Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

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PkkI InMI F |f ' ] -«|Bb t ' ' 1 fc ' iv H 1 r t ' i5 IS l f 1 H PREFACE Three years spent as students in high school have seen us grow in in- tellectual depth and physical stature. The acquiring of knowledge was our goal, the power that will help us mold our futures. In the past we have always taken for granted so- ciety’s benefits; now with maturity we must give a share to a world in need of assistance. Today’s chang- ing affairs require stable minds. Communism is striving for suprem- acy; public indifference is threaten- ing our American heritage; the pow- er of the atom is endangering our very existence. Thus, the problems are clear; decisions must be made; the ability is ours. The world will he what we make it. CONTENTS Preface Class Officers Administration Faculty Seniors Activities Athletics CLASS OFFICERS ANTHONY F. DAY, President DAVID E. MORINE, Secretary DAVID A. MARTIN, Vice President JOHN L. RADOCHIA, Treasurer ADMINISTRATION Charles H. Downs, Principal. From an educational point of view, the completion of the required years on the secondary level will mean to some the end of formal education and to others the beginning of higher education. Re- gardless of which of these situations may apply, each faces a greater challenge than ever. It has been our aim at Arlington High School to guide students in the directions that would best answer their future needs, whether it be to enter the business world immediately or to prepare for a profession. It is my hope that the members of the Class of 1961 will try to apply themselves to the task of the future in a manner that will bring them the greatest satisfaction and happiness. Theresa B. Binnig Dean of Girls Yearbook Adviser Gerard G. Kemp Vice-Principal Guy A. Petralia Vice-Principal FACULTY I ENGLISH Row I: M. Christine McQuade, Lena M. Manning, Elizabeth W. Sampson, Rita T. Ready, Eleanor E. Byam, Rufina M. Helmer, Agnes C. Bray, Mary M. O’Connell, Iris C. Brown. Ron ' 2: George A. Lincoln, Head of Department; Ann Couser, Arline Dow, Alexandra Krastin, Sylvia L. Saslow, Agnes V. Hurley, Ruth E. Hunt, George E. Eusco. MODERN LANGUAGES Row I: Helen E. Stockman, Bessie Bailey, Grace R. Jerardi. Row 2: Guy A. Petralia, Head of Department; Myron J. Ricci, Roy S. Bradbury, Ralph S. Giobbe. Gerard G. Kemp, Head of Department: Richard Y. Coombs, Everett L. Reed, Jr., Donald J. Manning, Richard L. Miller, Joseph Papandrea, Clarence E. Faulk III, Raymond S. Kroll, Charles W. Skinner. SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES Row I: Frank M. Kotchin, Leslie H. Barrett, James E. Kelley, Carl A. Johnson, Head of Department: Doris J. McCarthy, Robert E. Mitchell. Row 2: Harris B. Siegel, Perley H. Thompson, George P. Lowder, Arthur T. Burroughs, George F. Fusco. 7 MATHEMATICS Row 1: Martha A. Van Genderen, Douglass L. Eaton, Head of Department; Anne R. O ' Keefe. Row 2: Edward P. Burns, Walter E. Ready, Michael Bezubka, John S. Sampson, Edward G. Bradbury, Elmer E. Barber, David N. Brackett, Cecil V. Howell, James A. Cavalieri. GUIDANCE Row 1: Mary F. Barry, Ellen B. Fitzpatrick, Director; E. Christine Norwood. Row 2: Margaret A. Downey, Secretary; Arthur L. Tuohy, Mora C. Rawlings. 8 K I I C I Richard E. Laman, L. Hassler I VI U O I Einzig, Supervisor. LATIN Edith J. Gavin, Mary E. Donovan, Dorothy Rounds, Head of Department. Gerald A. Robinson, Supervi sor; Donald G. Blackett. ART LIBRARIANS Julia U. Butler, Assistant Librarian; Grace A. Richmond, Librarian. HOME ECONOMICS Row I: Dorothy A. Danforth, Florence E. Forsyth, Director; Mary E. Green. Row 2: Ilmi S. Jones, Pauline L. Wade, Effie G. McEwen, Josephine T. Lee, Dorothy P. Skinner. BUSINESS EDUCATION Row 1: James J. Toner, Glenna Kelly, W. Ray Burke, Head of Department; Mary N. Thompson, M. Louise Miller. Row 2: Russell S. Wallace, H. Russell Albro, Edith W. Phinney, Hope F. Jones, Theresa B. Binnig, Sylvia L. Saslow, William T. Gibbs, Henry M. Toczylowski. 10 Genevieve J. Humphrey, Industrial Arts. VOCATIONAL Row 1: William J, Doherty, James I. Terranova, Edmund J. Lewis, Director: Robert J. Brennan. Row 2: Malcolm L. Allen, Norman R. Jacobsen, Francis V. Kirk, William V. Delaney. MANUAL ARTS Row 1: Dominic F. Luongo, Ralph F. Gioiosa, Director; Laurence P. Arthur, Frank L. Prusik. Row 2: Charles Fagone, Joseph Tarantino, Ronald J. Whit- more, Howard E. Danforth, Sydney J. Sandberger. 11 ini C ' ni l Cl A I Marian M. Spilner, Katherine E. McCarty, CJ7IKL0 I M Y ol r L Supervisor; Christine Fiorenza, Mary F. Coutts. Eileen F. Callahan, AssisUmt Secretary Helen B. Bergkuist, R.N.; Barbara K. Hallos, R.N. Jacquelyn A. Niland, Clerk-Typist MEDICAL p. DLJVClC ' A I C. Hill, William F. Fowder, Supervisor; D (D I O iHYolCAL Harold B. Fairbanks. Jean Roos, Secretary YEARBOOK COMMITTEES Theresa B. Binnig, Yearbook Adviser. OUR EDITORS S. Killourhy, H. Marcus, H. Govenar, D. Matheson. TYPISTS ARTISTS J. Alicandro, G. Beninati, M. Bennett, R. Botti, J. Brown, G. Canole, B. Faucon, E. Gallagher, L. Kirk, J. Lawless, V. Mooradian, K. Peters, P. Purrington, B. Raab, J. Sangeleer, J. Smith, A. St. Onge, A. Weddleton. M. Mirak, R. Fletcher, D. Castaldini. ?ou ' I: C. Annese, B. Raab, S. Killourhy, N. Fitzpatrick, Vice President; C. Murray, Presi- dent; E. Pearson, Secretary; D. Hall, C. Thomas, C. Albanese. Row 2; P. Green, M. Hall, S. Kangas, J. Babin, D. Mahoney. N. Ananikian, K. Callahan, A. Spector. Row 3; R. Covell, R. Delay, F. Pomeroy, R. Warrington, C. Allen, S. Beardsley, J. Borsini, H. Boroyan. STUDENT COUNCIL When someone thinks of Arlington High School, he will never forget one of the most influential and essen- tial activities of our sehool — The Student Council. Con- sisting of twenty four members representing the entire student body, the Student Couneil meet on the second and the fourth Thursdays of every month to decide matters pertinent to the school and the students. The purpose of the Student Council is to offer a service which is always available to the school. Fulfilling this obligation, the members collected money for the Junior Red Cross, UNICEF, and the Heart Fund. Another significant role of the Student Council is that its members act as guides for parents at the Open House. They also assist new students in finding their way to their classes in our complicated building. In October, an annual Faculty Tea, with the Student Council members as hosts and hostesses, is given. Dur- ing the past December, the Student Council had an added duty which was to give assistance to the Evalu- ation Committee when they made their survey of Arlington High School. Among the very successful activities of this year’s Student Council were an Auction and the Eriday after- noon dances in the Old Hall to which students from all classes were invited. Having instituted new activities and developed es- tablished activities, the Student Council enjoyed anoth- er busy and successful year. CLASS JOHN R. ANDERSON Ricky 39 Tomahawk Road Lunchroom 2, 3. ANDREW J. ALES Andy 27 Albermarle Street Dramatic Club 3; Latin Club 3 JO ANN ALICANDRO Consul Primus; Library Corps 4 Dudley Court 1, 2, President 3. Yearbook staff 3. CARL E. ALLEN, JR. Bud GLADYS M. ANDERSON 59 Moulton Road 1 32 Appleton Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chess 2, Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3. 3; Chronicle 2, 3 Sports Editor; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 Presi- dent; Latin Club 3 Consul Secundus; Student Council 3. JUDITH E. ANDERSON Judy 76 High Haith Road Honor Roll; Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Latin Club 3; Li- brary Corps 2, 3. 1961 JOAN M. ANDERSON Joanie 13 Mt. Vernon Street Chuck VIRGINIA L. ALDRICH Ginny 1 15 Gloucester Street Band 1, 2, 3; Chess 2, 3; G. S. Accompanist 1, 2, 3; Glee Club Accompanist 1; Girls’ Choir Accompanist 2, 3; Latin Club 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3. Honor Roll. SUSAN C. ABBOTT Sue CHARLES J. AHERN 12 Higgins Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; 262 Elorence Avenue Glee Club 3; Office Asst. 3. ALLEN J. AVERY 30 Harlow Street SHEILA M. BAKER 291 Washington Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle Dramatic Club 2, 3. ARTHUR T. BARLAS 1 12 Park Avenue Extension Allied Youth 3; Chess 1, 2, 3 Dramatic Club 3. PHILIP D. ANDERSON Buzz 39 Tomahawk Road RALPH J. ANNESE 6 Lovell Road Allied Youth 3. MARY JANE C. ARRIGO 1 10 Varnum Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Choir 3. SANDRA L. AUDUNSON Saudi 25 High Haith Road G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Choir 3 Treasurer. WILLIAM P. ANDERSON CAROLE A. ANNESE 35 Brooks Avenue 6 Lovell Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Choir 3; Student Council 3; Basketball J.V. 1, 2, 3; Bowling LEONARD M. BAKER 3 1 Amherst Street RICHARD W. BAKER Lennie 2 1 Stevens Terrace Allied Youth 3. Richie GAY-ANN B. BENINATI 86 Egerton Road Library Corps 1, 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3; Yearbook staff 3; Bowling 1. 2. MARILYN L. BENNETT Mai 16 Dorothy Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3; Yearbook staff 3; Bowling 1, 2, 3; Lunch Room 3. DIANE V, BERBERIAN 40 Fordham Street Allied Youth 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Chronicle 3; GAA 1, 3; G. S. 2. 3. JAMES G. BATSON 29 Newport Street Allied Youth 3; Science Club 2, 3; Inter-Nations Club 3. MARIE G. BATTAGLIA Pixie 19 Newcomb Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir 3. EUGENE BELLE 219 Summer Street JAMES F. BELLUCHE Jim Chess 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 54 Spy Pond Parkway 2. 3 Treasurer. Allied Youth 2, 3. WAYNE W. BARTELL 19 Oldham Road Dramatic Club 3. THOMAS BARTOLONE 56 Lancaster Road JEANNETTE M. ROBERT M. BELZARINJ BELLUCHE Jan Pezzi 38 Dundee Road 6 Cresthaven Drive, Burlington Chronicle 3; Bowling 2. Tom CLASS OF 1961 RUSSELL BERRY Russ 102 Elorence Avenue Projection Club 1, 2, 3. CAROL A. BERTAGNA 101 Brantwood Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; GAA 1; Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3. LINDA R. BERTOLAMI Lyn 132 Wildwood Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Office Asst. 3, JUDITH A. BIBBY Judy 1 14 Park Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 3. MARY A. BILAEER 1 1 Nourse Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 3. V I MARY V. BISCOE Biscuits 57 Alpine Street Chronicle 1, 3; Dramatic Club L 2, 3. CAROLYN BODMER 56 Newport Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1, 2, KENNETH BISHOP 3; GAA 1; Glee Club 1; Office 151 Wollaston Avenue Asst. 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR BONNER RITA T. BOTTI 27 Park Circle 15 Wellesley Road Honor Roll; Allied Youth 3; Art Club 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook staff 3. 19 CLASS OF 1961 KENNETH B. BREDIN 44 Wilbur Avenue Allied Youth 3. THOMAS F. BRESNAHAN Tom 65 Varnum Street CLAIRE M. BOURQUE 1 20 Jason Street Art Club 1, 2, 3; G S 2; Glee Club 1. PAUL J. BOUTIETTE 45 Sunset Road Basketball JV 1, 2. V 3; Golf 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM F. BRENNAN Billy 140 Decatur Street Allied Youth 3. LESLIE C. BRIDGENS 93 Oakland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1, 3; Dramatic Club I; GAA 1; G S I, 2, 3, Secretary: Glee Club 1; Choir 2, Librarian, 3; Harmon- ettes 3. LINDA N. BRIDGENS 93 Oakland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; GAA 1; G S 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3; Librarian: Harmonettes 3. JEREMY J. BRIGHAM 163 Pleasant Street Chess 1, 2, 3; Library Corps 2, 3 Treasurer: Cross Country 3; Tennis 2, 3. CAROLE E. BROOKS Brooksie 16 Orchard Place 20 CAROL R. BOWLBY 83 Beverly Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President: G S 2, 3; Glee Club 1 . PAUL F. BURKE, JR. 56 Falmouth Road Latin Club 3; Projection Club 1, 2, 3; Cross Country I, 2, 3; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. JUDITH A. BUXTON Judy 88 Highland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; GAA 1; Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3; Asst. Treasurer Office Asst. 1; Modern Dance 1. RICHARD H. BUZZELL Buzz 15 Russell Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3 Manager; Lunch Room 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3 Manager. JUDITH A. BROWN Judy SANDRA BROWN 330 Forest Street 58 Moulton Road G S 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook staff 3; Honor Roll. WILLIAM N. BROWN Bill 45 Cleveland Street Allied Youth 3; Baseball 1. ROBERT W. BURGESS Boh 82 Park Street RICHARD F. BURKE Dickie JENNIE I. BUTTRICK 64 Adams Street 733 Summer Street EDWINA M. BURKE 81 Winchester Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 2; Bowling ROBERT J. BRUNO Boh 400 Appleton Street CARL R. CARLSON 322 Ridge Street Dickie NEIL M. CADOGAN 87 Valentine Road JAMES R. CANNON 186 Florence Avenue GEORGIA L. CANOLE ELIZABETH S. CAREY Ellie Betty 99 Thesda Street 382 Massachusetts Avenue Office Asst. 3; Yearbook Staff Chronicle 3. 3. CAROL A. CARPENTER Caddy 26 Lake Street KATHERINE G. CAGGIANO Cagy 246 Mystic Valley Parkway Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1; G S 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; R.V.T. 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. MARGARET M. CAMPBELL Margie 1 1 Colonial Drive Chronicle 1, 2, 3; Sports Editor; G.A.A. 1, 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; Vice Pres. Basketball JVl, V 2, 3; Field Hockey JVl, V. 2, 3; Captain; Girls’ Softball 2, 3; Manager. ELEANOR A. CAMPOBASSO 50 Decatur Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3; G.A.A. 1, 3; Latin Club 3; Library Corps 1, 2. KENNETH M. CARLIN 43 Thorndike Street JOYCE M. CANNON 19 Apache Trail Allied Youth 3; Dramatic Club 3: G S 3. CLASS OF 1961 RICHARD C. CEGLIA SUSAN L. CENTER Siizy JAMES C. CEURVELS Ceg 15 Cliff Street 42 Ronald Road 163 Summer Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 1, Allied Youth 1, 3; G S 2, 3; 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; G.A.A. Student Council 1; Class Officer 1; G S 1, 2, 3 Vice President; 2, President; Eootball V. 1, 2, Glee Club 1 Secretary; Girls’ 3; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 2, 3. Outdoor Track V. 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY S. CHAPMAN Bev 8 Water Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; ROBERT E. CHASE Boh Office Asst. 3; Dramatic Club 426 Massachusetts Avenue 3; Lunch Room 3. Basketball J.V. 2, V. 3. ELIZABETH A. CLINTON Betty 61 Princeton Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle I; Lunch Room 3. BRENDA M COLLINS 7 Prospect Avenue Allied Youth 3; G S 2; Bowl- ing I; Modern Dance 1; Lunch Room 3. CAROLEE COLLINS Calory 46 Adams Street Allied Youth 3; G.A.A. I; G S 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 3. MARILYN J. CHURCHILL WILLIAM E. CLARKE 40 Longmeadow Road Billy Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; 19 Windermere Avenue Dramatic Club 3. Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Eoot- ball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Hockey V. 1 , 2, 3, Captain. ■j- i BRUCE A. CUNNINGHAM 63 Beverly Road CAROL L. CROCKER Laurie 36a Academy Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G S 1, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. ROBERT P. CRONIN 10 Avon Place DONALD E. CURTIN 10 Raleigh Street HAROLD S. COSTA 1 16 Varnum St. Allied Youth 3. JANE E. CUMMINGS Janie 95 Glenburn Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1 Presi- dent: Girls ' Softball J.V. 1 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 President. PASQUALE V. COSTA ROBERT A. COVELL ROSEMARIE M. COVENO Pat Boh Roe 59 Park Avenue Extension 80 Gardner Street 15 pjpg Ridge Road Chronicle 2; Student Council 2, 3. MARILYN R. COWAN 20 Windsor Street Chronicle 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; EARLE J. CRAIGIE Art Club 1,2. 11 Cedar Avenue WILLIAM J. DALY 99 Menotomy Road MARIE E. D’ARRIGO 154 Gardner Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle Art Club 3. PAUL E. DAVIEAU 174 Brattle Street Allied Youth 3; Baseball J.V Hockey 1, 2, 3. Billy CALVIN T. CUTTER JOYCE A. D’AGOSTINO 2 Apache Trail 175 Wright Street Latin Club 3; Projection Club 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track 1. 2, 3. GAIL A. DAHLBERG 159 Charlton Street Chronicle 3. LORRAINE F. DANIELL 45 Hibbert Street Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2, 3. ROBERT E. DALY Dob I9A Fairmont Street HERBERT J. D’ARCY Herb 103 Melrose Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Golf V. 2, 3. CLASS OF 1961 SUSAN E. DAHILL Sue 238 Forest Street Glee Club 1; Lunchroom 3. CLASS OF 1961 JOAN A. DAVISON 281 Park Avenue G.A.A. 1; Office Asst. 3. ANTHONY F. DAY JEANNE A. DAY Red Tiger 21 Surry Road 7 Egerton Road Allied Youth 3; Office Asst. 3. Allied Youth 3; President, Sen- ior Class; Eootball V. 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track 1. PAMELA J. DAY 14 Blossom Street Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3. VIRGINIA DeCAPOT Ginny 64 Windsor Street Chronicle 3. PAUL R. DECAREAU 182 Lowell Street SUSAN A. DECKER Dek 38 Gloucester Street Office Asst. 3; Bowling 2. Sue JANICE M. DeLAGE 41 Bates Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. EUGENE V. DELGAIZO 46 Egerton Road LORRAINE J. DEMERS 79 Harbor Avenue, Nashua, N. H. Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. ' . 6 ' 28 FRANK P. DENARO 10 Udine Street Football J.V. 1. PAULINE M. DENNEN Polly 20 Beacon Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Bowling 2. ROBERT R. DeRUSSO Bobby 74 Varnum Street Band 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; G S 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2. 3. LOUIS R. DESTREMPS, JR. Desi 1051 Massachusetts Avenue MARGARET A. DOHERTY Jan Peggy 40 Crawford Street Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Office Honor Roll; G.A.A. 1; G. S. Asst. 3. 2. JANICE M. DiSESSA 47 Tufts Street MARJORIE L. DEVLIN Margie 10 Crawford Street Allied Youth 3; Art Club 3; G.A.A. 1; G S 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Choir 3. CAROL B. DiNUCCI 77 Tanager Street Allied Youth 3. 29 WILLIAM T. DOHERTY Dogzie 3 Westmoreland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Eootball J.V. 2. E. THOMAS DONAHUE Tom 57 Wollaston Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1; Library Corps 2, 3; Projection Club L 2, 3. ANTHONY A. DiDONATO Tony 197 Eorest Street Allied Youth 3; Dramatic Club 2 . FRANK R. DONAHUE 3 1 Pondview Road 1; V. 2, 3; Hockey J.V. 1; V. Allied Youth 2, 3 Vice-Presi- 2, 3. dent; Cheerleader 2, 3; G.A.A. I; G. S. 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; Dance Band 2, 3; Orches- tra I, 2, 3; R.V.T. 3; Basket- ball J.V. 2; Bowling 1. CATHERINE H. PAUL A. DONNELLY VALERIE J. DONNELLY DONNELLY Cathy 22 Menotomy Road Va! 38 Park Avenue Extension. Allied Youth 3; Baseball J.V. 26 Upland Road West MARY D. DONOVAN DOROTHEA M. DOTALO 5 Park Street 6 Brattle Terrace DAVID P. DOUGLAS JANET L. DOWNS Dave 10 Stevens Terrace 4 Littlejohn Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Choir 3. JOHN E. DOYLE Boots 23 Chester Street Chess 1; Cross Country 3; Spring Track 2, 3. MARCIA A. DOYLE 109 Westminster Avenue Chronicle 3. ' 30 CAROL E. DUGGAN 74 Chandler Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Office Asst. 3; Bowling 1. CAROLYN M. DUGGAN 47 Windmill Lane Dramatic Club 3. CAMILLE K. EAKINS 115 Park Avenue G S 2, 3. NANCY A. ELIASSON 147 George Street AGNES ELLIS Nancy 64 Wright Street Chronicle I; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Library Corps 1, Secretary 2, 3; Latin Club 3. WILLIAM R. DUTTON 106 Bartlett Avenue Baseball J.V. 1; Football J.V. 1; V. 2, 3; Hockey V. 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM ERCOLINI Bill 17 Linwood Street ROLAND H. ESTEY 37 Old Colony Road Dramatic Club 2, 3 Stage- hands; Golf 2, 3 Varsity CLASS OF 1961 DAVID B. ERICKSON 244 Highland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chess 1, 3. JOAN M. ESTRELLA Joni 68 Margaret Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1; G.A.A. 1; Dramatic Club 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; Bowling Team 1, 2. JUDITH A. FIFIELD Judy 10 Lockeland Avenue Chronicle 1, 2, 3, Copy Editor; G S 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 1,2. RICHARD L. FIORENZA 32 Cornell Street Cross Country 1, 2; Indoor Track 1. THOMAS K. FITZGERALD Fitzi 29 Locke Street Allied Youth 3. JUDYTH A. FITZPATRICK Jiidie 108-A Fremont Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; Student Council 1. JANE E. FLAHERTY 3 1 Temple Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Honor Roll. ROBERTA A. ELETCHER Bobanne 243 Pleasant Street Chronicle 1, 2, 3 Publicity Edi- tor; Art Club 1, 3; G S 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3 Vice President; Harmonettes 2. JANET E. FLOYD 32 Foster Street Glee Club 1. ANNE M. FOLANT 266 Washington Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle DONNA S. FOLANT 266 Washington Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; 2. Girls’ Softball J.V. 1. RICHARD L. FOLEY Dick FLORA E. FORD Flo 16 Melrose Street 90 Mt. Vernon Street r 33 JAMES C. FORITANO 57 Chester Street Dramatic Club 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3. JOANNE EORNI Jo-Jo CAROLYN L. FOSTER 18 Crescent Hill Avenue 21 Fessenden Road Office Asst. 1,2,3. G.A.A. 1; Office Asst. 3; Field Hockey J.V. 1; Girls’ Softball J.V. 1. SALLY A. FUCILE 3 19 Forest Street EILEEN B. FURTADO Izie 9 Fessenden Road Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; G.A.A. 1; Bowling 1; Field Hockey J.V. 1, V. 2; Girls’ Softball V. 1, 2, 3; Inter-Na- tions Club 2, 3, MICHAEL GAMBARDELLA Gamhy 503 Appleton Street STEPHEN P. GARIEPY 24 Locke Street Chess 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. ELAINE M. GALLAGHER PETER J. GALLUZZO Lainie 42a Magnolia Street 49 Huntington Road Allied Youth 3; Latin Club 3. Allied Youth 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Bowling 1; Modern Dance 1. ALFRED GAZZA 104 Park Avenue Ext. 34 EARL S. FOSTER 19 Yerxa Road LOIS T. GOLDBERG Loie 145 Wildwood Avenue Chronicle 2; Dramatic Club 1. BARRY R. GORSUN 677 Concord Turnpike HELEN L. GOVENAR 1 122 Massachusetts Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1 3 Feature Editor; G S 1, 2 3; Glee Club I; Latin Club 3 Yearbook Editorial Staff; Hon or Roll. PATRICIA E. GLYNN 270 Washington Street VIRGINIA I. GOLDEN Ginger 1 5 Andrew Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1. RICHARD E. GORHAM Dick 117 Highland Avenue Baseball I J.V.; Football 1 J.V. 2, 3V. M. CURTIS GILBERT 5 Newcomb Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Football 1 J.V.; Indoor Track 2, 3. CLASS OF 1961 PAUL GERE 69 Henderson Street Red FLORENCE R. GESWELL MAUREEN W. H. GIBBONS Flo 1 1 Egerton Road 31 Fremont Court Allied Youth 3. Chronicle 2, 3; Office Asst. 3. GERALDINE M. GREENE Jeri 9 Whittemore Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Bowling 1. LAURENCE N. GREEN Larry 28 Buena Vista Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1, 2 3. CAROLYN HALL 3 1 Everett Street Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1; Basket- ball V. 1, 2, 3 Captain; Eield Hockey V. 1; Softball V. 1. ! CLASS 1961 JUDITH GURNEY Judy 71 Glenburn Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3; G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. MARTHA A. HADLEY 1 19 Gloucester Street Allied Youth 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1 ; Choir 3. ANGELO J. GRIECO 61 Wilbur Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. WILLIAM T. GREENE 614 Summer Street THOMAS E. GRADY 74 Allen Street Projection Club 1, 2, 3. MARY E. GRAZIANO 59 Thesda Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Glee Club Choir 2; Office Asst. 2, 3. JAMES M. GREATOREX Jim 72 Avola Street Allied Youth 3. LEE ANN HIGGINS OTTO T. HENRIKSON 25 Claremont Avenue JOHN HESS 73 School Street DANA P. HICKEY 39 Marathon Street Cookie 259 Eorest Street Chronicle 3; G S 2. RICHARD P. HILLER MARGARET C. HILLIS 2 1 Parker Street Allied Youth 3; Cross Country 59 Everett Street V. 1, 2; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3 3; Spring Track V. 1, 2, 3. Dramatic Club 3. SUSAN HOLLAND Sue 179 Hillside Avenue Chronicle I; Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1; Choir 2; Harmo- nettes 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Sci- ence Club 2; Honor Roll. KATHLEEN M. HORN BECK Kathy 8 Newman Way G S 2, 3 Librarian; Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3 Accompa- nist; Harmonettes 3 Accompa- nist. KATHLEEN D. HOGAN LEO R. HOGAN Kathy 14 Newport Street 49 Walnut Street Chronicle 3; Lunch Room 3. SUSAN M. HORSMAN Sue 4 Joyce Road Basketball J.V. 2. CLASS OF 1961 JUNE E. HOVER 1 15 Hillside Avenue Dramatic Club 3; G S 2, 3; Majorettes 1, 2, 3 Head. HUGH W. HOWARD 215 Crosby Street Allied Youth 3; Cross Country 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY L. HOWELL Doltie 143 Park Avenue Allied Youth 3; G S 3; Glee Club 2. BRUCE L. HUMES 107 Appleton Street WILLIAM M. HUNTER Scot 196 Summer Street Allied Youth 3. GENEROSO D. lANDOLI Jerry PAUL P. ILCHUK Ilch 20 Eairmont Street Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Librarian; Projection Club 1, 2, FELIX A. lOVANNI 3 Vice President. 32 Thorndike Street RAYMOND L. JAMES Ray ERIC F. JOHANSSON 61 Melrose Street Ingie Baseball J.V. 1; Basketball 14 Sky Line Drive J.V 1. Allied Youth 3. 47 Beverly Road Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. 39 MARYKAY K. KINNEY 38 Country Club Drive Honor Roll; Allied Youth 3; Dramatic Club 3; G S 3. LINDA P. KIRK MAUREEN E. KRAWCZYK CHARLES J. KRIKORIAN 18 Brattle Street Bubbles Charlie Allied Youth 3; Library Corps 60 Rawson Road 96 Brooks Avenue 3; Office Assistant 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Bowling 1. LEONARD A. KUHN Lennie 25 Avon Place LOUIS J. KUNTZ Louie J. G S 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 44 Hilton Street 2, 3. Chronicle 2; Student Council 2. CYNTHIA LAFOND EDWARD J. LaLUMIERE Cindy Eddie 74 Princeton Road 28 Margaret Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 3. JOHN S. LAMBIASE 47 Melrose Street JAMES H. LANGLEY 41 Forest Street JOYCE E. LANGONE 207 Renfrew Street Allied Youth 3. WILLIAM J. LEONARD 105 Bow Street Bill WILLIAM M. LEONARD Billy 25 Berkeley Street Allied Youth 3; Hockey J.V. 1; V. 2, 3. DAVID H. LENCE 441 Mystic Street EDWARD J. LEWIS Eddu Fuzzy 19 Iroquois Road Chronicle 1, 3; Lunchroom 2 LEVERONE MARY A LUCINDA E. LEONARD Cindy 3 1 Walnut Street Chronicle 1, 2, 3 Adv. Mgr.; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3; R.V.T. 2 Secretary, 3; G S 1, 2, 3. 35 Kilsythe Road WILLIAM E. LaRUE 40 Bowdoin Street JOAN M. LAWLESS 65 Webster Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G S 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook staff 3. CLASS OF 1961 JOHN D. LAWLER ROBERT J. LAWLER Bob Johnny 48 Everett Street 193 Waverley Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G S 3. CHARLES J. MABARDY Charlie 207 Appleton Street JAMES W. LUND NORMA G. LUNDEEN 26 Cedar Avenue 10 Belknap Street Honor Roll; Allied Youth 2, 3; Honor Roll; Allied Youth 3; Science Club 2, 3 Treasurer, G S 2, 3; Office Asst. 3; Chairman of Weather Commit- Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Treasurer. tee; Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3. PAUL A. MacDONALD 30 Ronald Road Allied Youth 3. THOMAS A. MacEACHERN Tom 21 Windsor Street I CLASS ELIZABETH A. LEWIS AUDREY E. LIMA Betty Ann 61 Amsden Street 27 Joyce Road ANDRIS LINCIS And] 24 Exeter Street G S 3; Glee Club 3; Base ball V. 1. A lied Youth 3. FREDERICK A. LLOYD Ricky 29 Trowbridge Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Projection Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3. MARY E. LOFTUS 35 Varnum Street Chronicle 2, 3; Office Asst. 2. 3. MARY R. MacNEILL 70 Brooks Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1; Latin Club 3; Student Council 2; Bowling 1; Honor Roll. MARY KATHLEEN MacLELLAN Kathie 1 Locke Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1. ROBERT L. MacGlLLIVRAY 19 Mott Street Allied Youth 3. STEPHEN L. MacGREGOR 1 1 Lincoln Street KENNETH E. MACOLINI Mac 76 Amsden Street ELIZABETH J. MAHONEY Liz 102 Eremont Street Office Asst. 1,3. LORETTA M. MAHONEY 102 Eremont Street VIRGINIA H. MAHONEY Ginny 50 Adams Street Allied Youth 3; G.A.A. 1. KENNETH D. MALEY Fats 23 Scituate Street Allied Youth 3. CLAIRE S. MANEREDI DOROTHY J. MANNINEN 44 Oakland Avenue Jeannie Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. 1 12 Wright Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G S 3; Latin Club 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. BARBARA A. McAULEY Barhy 17 Mary Street Allied Youth 3. ARLENE M. McGRATH 25 Aerial Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Band 1 Sec- retary, 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 2 Exchange ■ Editor, 3 Assistant Editor: Art Club 3, G.A.A. 1; JOSEPH D. McGovern Orchestra 1, 2 Vice President, Lucky 3 President; Inter-Nations Club 210 Summer Street 3. ROBERT W. McCARROLL Bob 1 18 Paul Revere Road Band I, 2 Treasurer, 3; Dra- matic Club 3; G S 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Dance Band 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Inter-Nations Club 3. BARBARA L. McCRAE 33 Bellington Street JAMES E. McLaughlin Mac 1 2 Quincy Street MARIANNE McKIEL 57 Colonial Drive CLASS OF 1961 ELIZABETH A. MASTERS Liz 39 Tanager Street WILLIAM S. MATARESE DONALD M. MATHESON Froggie 53 Webster Street 267 Eorest Street Allied Youth 2. 3; Chess 1; Sci- ence Club 2, 3 President; Year- book Editorial Staff 3; Lab As- sistant I, 2, 3; Honor Roll. GEORGE E. MEAD Salty LORRAINE MEADOWS 48 Pine Street 5 Brattle Court Allied V ' OLith 3; Office Assistant 3. VIRGINIA A. McLaughlin peter j. mcmahon david l. mcNamara 71 Dorothy Road Pete Mac Allied Youth 3; Dramatic Club 11 Lome Road 130 Sunset Road 3; Office Asst. 3. Chess I. BARBARA A. MELVILLE 103 Gray Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1; Inter-Nations Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3. CAROL A. MEO 67 Robbins Road Honor Roll; Allied Youth 2, 3; Glee Club I; Library Corps 1, 2. 3. MARY C. McNAMARA 269 Lowell Street Chronicle 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3. SARA A. McPEAKE Sally 1 5 1 Summer Street Chronicle 2; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; R.V.T. 2, 3. LAWRENCE J. MELIA 36 Edmund Road CLASS OF 1961 SUSAN L. MERRILL Sue 16 Pelham Terrace Allied Youth I, 2, 3; Band 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3; Inter-Nations Club 3 Svcretarx: Chronicle 3. JAMES P. MLSITA 1 14 Broadway PRANCES E. MESSINA Fran 93 Churchill Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3. GAIL A. MEULENGRACHT 1450 Massachusetts Avenue Glee Club 1 . MURIEL L. MIRAK 59 Morningside Drive Honor Roll; Allied Youth I, 2, 3; Chronicle I, 3 Cartoonist: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. I; G S 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Inter- MAURA A. MOLOY Nations Club 3. 62 Beacon Street ROBERT L. MILLAR 1 1 Lansdowne Road SANDRA M. MINICHIELLO Min 34 Moulton Road ARLENE M. MONIZ Tiny JOHN M. MONTICONE 10 Argyle Road 65 School Street Chronicle 3. ANNE F. MILLER 4 Intervale Road Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Latin Club 3; Office Asst. 2; Inter-Nations Club 3. CHARLES W. MORGAN RICHARD J. MORIARTY Charlie 31 Burch Street 107 Thesda Street Football V. I, 2, 3; Indoor Allied Youth 3; Football J.V. Track V. 1, 2, 3; Spring Track I; Hockey V. 1,2, 3. V. 1, 2, 3 Captain. PHYLLIS A. MOYER 90 Thorndike Street Allied Youth 3. CAROL B. MULKERN 1 1 Kipling Road JOSEPH F. MURPHY Miirph 6 Memorial Way VERONICA MOORADIAN Ronnie 19 Chatham Street Chronicle 1; Office Asst. 3; Yearbook stall’ 3. DONNA L. MOORE 75 Varnum Street Office Asst. 1, 2. DAVID E. MORINE Dave 1 2 Frost Street Projection Club 1, 3; Clas.s Secretary 2, 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Indoor Track V. 2, 3; Spring Track V. 1.2, 3. 36 Orvis Road ROSS H. MORRISON 46 Washington Street Baseball J.V. I, V. 2, 3; Basket- ball J.V. I, V. 2, 3; Football V 1. 2, 3. JOHN T. MORUZZI 37 Pilgrim Road STELLA MOSKOVIS 419 Summer Street Dramatic Club I, 2, 3; Office Asst. 3; Inter-Nations Club 2, 3. CLASS OF 1961 MURIEL J. NELSON iO Grandview Road Allied Youth 3. SANDRA L. NIGRO 1 1 2 Gardner Street Allied V ' outh 2, 3; Chronicle 3. MARGARET D. NIXON JAMES B. NARDONE Jim 1 3 Magnolia Street JOYCE M. NORMANDIN 53 Marathon Street Allied Youth 3. Nick 5 1 Aerial Street Chronicle 2. 3. MARION E. MURPHY 79 Hathaway Circle CHARLES J. MURRAY KENNETH C. MURRAY 107 Highland Avenue Ke i Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1; 206 Florence Avenue Latin Club 3; Library Corps I; Glee Club 3; Lunchroom 2, 3; Student Council 1. 2, 3 Presi- Football J.V. I. dent; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Basketball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Foot- ball V. 1,2, 3. LJCIA C. MUSANTE Lee 36 Orvis Road Field Hockey Manager 1, 2. JOAN M. MUTTY 20 Old Mystic Street Chronicle 3; Latin Club 3. EILEEN J. O ' DONNELL 1021 Massachusetts Avenue Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3. MARILYN C. O ' DONNELL 2 1 Hodge Road Allied Youth 3. RUTH E. O ' MEARA 65 Broadway Honor Roll; Office Assistant 2, CAROL K. ONEILL 48 Massachusetts Avenue G.A.A. 1; Office Asst. 3; Bas ketball V. 2, 3; Softball V. 2, 3 NANCY B. ORECH 70 Oak Hill Drive Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3 Glee Club 3; Office Asst. 3. MARYANN H. OGONOWSKl 24 Columbia Road Band 3 Sec.; Dance Band 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3 Sec.; Inter-Nations Club 1. 2, 3; Stamp Club 3 Assi. Sec. OERIA THERESA M. Terr 27 Parker Street Allied Youth 3. rcas. CLASS OF 1961 MARCIA C. NOYES 1 1 1 Medford Street Glee Club 3. Marsh LINDA M. O ' BRIEN 9 Webster Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle G S 3; Office Asst. 3. PAUL M. O ' CONNOR O ' Kie 3; 37 Webster Street Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. SANDRA A. PALOMBA Sandy 1 Newcomb Street GEORGE D. OWEN 33 Fountain Road JOHN R. PARESKY 14 Mott Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3. DOUGLAS M. PALMER 28 Belknap Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G S 3, Glee Club 3; Science Club 2, 3; Indoor Track J.V. 2. ELAINE D. PEARSON 33 Laurel Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Student Council 2, 3 Secretary; Tennis V. 1, 2, 3, Captain. LEO G. PARNAGIAN 47 Mott Street Allied Youth 3; PHYLLIS J. PATERSON Jean 20 Chenery Terrace, Belmont ROGER F. PECK 1 19 Scituate Street Allied Youth 3. MARIJKE PEPER FRED E. PERRY 172 Mystic Valley Parkway 47 Draper Avenue G.A.A. 1; G S 2, 3; Glee Chess 1, 2, 3. Club 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Inter- Nations Club 1, 2. 3; Choir 2. JAMES D. PATON 15 Iroquois Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle Inter-Nations Club 3. Jim Rog PHILLIP G. PERRY Phil 73 Varniim Street FREDERICK E. POMEROY 106 Hillside Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3 President; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Student Council 3; Football J.V. 1. JOSEPH M. POMPONIO Pomp 57 Wilbur Avenue Chronicle 3. MELVIN L. PONTE 25 Randolph Street G S 2, 3; Glee Club 2. 54 KAREN L. PETERS ALPHONSINE Y. CHARLES G. PIANDES 19 Tanager Street PETRALIA Chuck Honor Roll; Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 1, 3, Office Asst. 1, 3; Yearbook Staff 3. 24 Kenilworth Road 17 Thorndike Street Lunch Room 2, 3. SALVATORE J PICARIELLO 6 Virginia Road Allied Youth 3. THOMAS R. PIGOTT Tom I 1 Russell Street JANICE E. PIHL 1 7 Wyman Street PHILIP F. PLUMMER Phil 33 Old Mystic Street DAVID H. POOLEY 63 Cedar Avenue Allied Youth 3; G S 1, 3; Library Corps 1. WALTER F. PRESTON SANDRA E. PROCTOR Wall Sandy 123 Webster Street 1 1 Cypress Road Allied Youth 3; Projection Allied Youth 3; Office Assistant Club 1; Science Club 2, 3; Lab 3 , Assistant 2, 3. JANET I. PROULX 52 Huntington Road Office Assistant 1 . Wedgy ROY K. PUBLICOVER 40 Irving Street Band 2; Chronicle 3; Library Corps 2, 3. PATRICIA A. PURRINGTON 4 Swan Street Library Corps 1; Office Assist- ant 2 . BLANCHE A. RAAB 3 1 Chandler Street Allied Youth 3, Chronicle 2, 3 Art Club 3, Student Council 3 Yearbook staff 3. ANNETTE T. RADUAZZO 32 River Street Allied Youth 3. 55 CLASS OF 1961 JOHN L. RADOCHIA Radish 3 1 Pine Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 3; Treasurer Jr.; Sr., Class; Base- , ball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Football V. ; 1, 2, 3 Co-Captain; Indoor Track V. 1,2, 3. ARNOLD N. REPPUCCI Arnie 77 Sunnyside Avenue Allied Youth 3; Cross Country V. 3 Captain; Football J.V. 1; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3. DAVID B. RICE 243 Lowell Street CLASS OF 1961 DIANA S. RIZZO 455 Appleton St. Chronicle I, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 3; Library Corps 3; Office Asst. 3; Basketball J.V. DIANE M. RIZZO 258 Elorence Avenue G.A.A. 1, 3; Library Corps 2, 3; Basketball V. 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey V. 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Soft- ball V. 1, 2, 3 Captain; Honor Roll. JOSEPH S. RIZZO Irish ROSEMARY C. RIZZO 21 Norcross Street 62 James Street Allied Youth 3; Baseball V. 2, 3. 56 RUSSELL A. RICHARDS Russ 102 Valentine Rd. Cafeteria Treasurer. PATRICIA A. RIDGE Pat 90 Harlow St. Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. GEORGE M. ROBBAT 26 Frost Street Chess 2, 3. JUDITH L. ROBINSON Judy 63 High Haith Road Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Of- fice Asst. 3; Inter-Nations Club 3; Basketball Manager 3; Girls’ Softball J.V. 1. PHYLLIS E. ROBINSON 8 Radcliff Road Allied Youth 3; G S 1, 2, Asst. Treasurer 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 2, 3. EDA SALTAMARTINE 1008 Mass. Avenue Office Asst. 3. LINDA C. SANDLER 22 Wyman Street Allied Youth 3. NORMA A. SCALEATI 22 Surry Road Dramatic Club 2, 3; G Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3. JANET L. SANGELEER 13 1 Thorndike Street Allied Youth 3; G.A.A. 1; Majorettes 1, 2, 3; Office Asst. I, 2, 3; Yearbook staff 3. ELIZABETH M. SAULNIER Beth 1263 Massachusetts Avenue Joe LEE M. ROSCOE 26 Morton Road Allied Youth 3; Band 1, 2, 3 President; G S 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Library Corps 1, 2 Vice President, 3; Dance Band 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Projec- tion Club 1, 2; R.V.T. I, 2 President 3. ARTHUR T. SACCO 41 Lancaster Road ANDREA ST. ONGE Andy 3 1 Newland Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1; Office Asst. I, 2, 3; Yearbook staff 3. RUTH A. SANTOS 201 Spring Street Rnthie NEDRA R. SARNOW 1 4 Addison Street Cheerleader 3; G.A.A. 1; Li- Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Chron- brary Corps 1, 2, 3; Basketball icle 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ J.V. 1, V. 2; Eield Hockey V. Choir 2, 3; Inter-Nations Club 2; Girls’ Softball V. 1, 2, 3. 2, Treasurer 1. JOSEPH J. ROLLINS 30 Pine Street PHILL P M. SCAN LAN ALFRED A. SCOTT Scotty 266 Park Avenue SHEILA K. SCANLON JOHN P. SCHWAMB 1 1 Parker Road Red Shelh 15 Martin Street Allied Youth 3. 43 Palmer Street Dramatic Club STEPHEN P. SEDOEF 147 Warren Street Allied Youth 3. Steve DONNA M. SERETTO 1 3 Academy Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle G S 3; Majorettes 1, 2 Lunchroom Helper 2, 3. PHILIP J. SHEA 3 1 Bailey Road Dramatic Club 2, 3; Projection Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT C. SHARP 5 Cheviot Road LEO SCULLY 57 Edmund Road GERALDINE J. SCOTTI Honor Roll; Basketball V. 1, 2 Jerri Captain, 3 Captain; Golf V. I, 51 Chester Street 2, 3 Captain. JOHN SHANNON Iggy 34 Edgehill Road Allied Youth 3; Eootball J.V. I, V. 2, 3; Hockey V. 1,2, 3. MARITA B. SIMPSON Shorty 83 Harlow Street Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Office Assistant 3. JUDITH M. SMITH PATRICIA L. SMITH Judy 67 Dow Avenue 100 Gray Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Office Asst. 3: Yearbook Staff 3. Pat MARK SKIGIS 1 1 5 Varnum Street JUDITH M. SIMPSON Judy 107 Grafton Street EMIL E. SKOGLUND Skip 1 27 George Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G S 3; Glee Club 3; Science Club 2. CAROLYN J. SIMPSON Carol 14 Brookdale Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle I; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G S 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3; Inter-Nations Club 3. CLASS OF 1961 RICHARD E. SHEA 3 I Bailey Road Dramatic Club 2, 3; Projection Club I, 2, 3. EILEEN M. SILVA Sarah RICHARD H. SIMON 15 Windemere Avenue 141 Hillside Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3. Latin Club 3; Science Club 2, 3; Cross Country J.V. 3; Honor Roll. PAUL F. SMITH 6 Woodside Lane Smitty ROBERT D. SMITH Smitty 104 Fremont Street Football J.V. 1. FREDA A. SPECTOR 33 Elmore Street Honor Roll; Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 2 Feature Editor, 3 Editor-in-Chief; G S 1,2; Glee Club 1; Latin Club 3 Scriba. JAMES T. SPRINKLE Jim 440 Concord Turnpike Honor Roll; Chess 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3; Stamp Club 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3. SONIA J. STARSJA 205 Forest Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH A. STEELE, JR. 71 Allen Street Dramatic Club 3; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Lunchroom Helper 2, 3. ATHANASIA M. STACEY MARY K. STANLEY Nancy 131 Wildwood Avenue 68 Brooks Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1, Honor Roll; Allied Youth 2, 3; 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 3; Field Chronicle 1, 3 Circulation Hockey J.V. 1. Manager; G.A.A. 1; G S 1, 2; Library Corps 2. CHARLES K. STEFANIDAKIS 1 37 Brattle Street Chezz Sue SUSAN E. SOLO 83 George Street Chronicle 3. Sully JEAN M. SURRETTE ELIZABETH C. SWAN Beth 44 Coolidge Road Chronicle 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3 Treasurer; G S 1, 2, 3 Treas- urer: Glee Club 1. JOHN F. SULLIVAN 1 8 Davis Avenue Band 1. Jeantue 36 Tanager Street Office Asst. 3. CAROL A. THOMAS 67 Grafton Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; G.A.A. I; G S 3; Glee Club 3 Presi- dent; Office Asst. 3; Student Council 3. MARSHA L. THISSEN Buzzie 11 Oak Hill Drive Office Asst. 2. JANE STETSON 3 Bradley Road STEPHEN C. THOMAS PAULA F. THYNE Sandy I Pond Terrace 108 Oakland Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3 Allied Youth 3; Band 1, 2, 3; G S 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1 Dramatic Club 2, 3; Projection Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 3 Club 2, 3. Office Asst. 3. KATHLEEN M. TEEHAN Kathy 73 Broadway Allied Youth 2, 3. ROBERT J. SWEENEY Everett 1 8 Frazer Road Allied Youth 3; Baseball 1 J.V. EUGENE P. SWEENEY Pete 14 Peirce Street Lunchroom Helper 2, 3. THOMAS R. TOURTELLOTTE Wliitey 145 Park Avenue Ext. LORRAINE A. TRUBIANO 10 Johnson Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. HENRY R. TOFURI Hank RICHARD J. TOMPKINS 12 Hadley Court Dickie 3 1 Exeter Street Basketball J.V. 1; Football J.V. 1, 2. DIANE D. VIEIRA DeeDee 68 Trowbridge Street JOHN E. VIVIAN Eddy 35 Hutchinson Road Band 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; Pro- jection Club 1, 2, 3; R.V.T. 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3. RICHARD M. TIERNEY Dick 56 Newland Road Baseball V. 1, 2, 3; Football V. 1. 2, 3; Hockey V. 1, 2, 3. MARY E. TOBIN 17 Randolph Street DONALD W. TUTTLE JOSEPHINE M. VAGNATI Donnie Jo-Marie 138 Gray Street 12 Brattle Terrace Chronicle 2; Office Asst. 3. LOLA B. VLAHOS 55 Udine Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. CLASS OF 1961 SUSAN A. WALLACE Sue CAROL L. WARNOCK RALPH M. WARRINGTON 31 Melvin Road 37 Tomahawk Road 35 Peirce Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G S 2; Student Council 3; Basketball J.V. 1; Football J.V. L V. 2, 3 Co-Captain; Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3; Repre- sentative, Student Gov’t Day, State House; Honor Roll. ROY M. WEBSTER 15 Ronald Road Allied Youth 3; G S 3. ANNE L. WEDDLETON 7 Linden Street Glee Club 1; Library Corps 3; Office Asst. 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 3; Honor Roll. RICHARD M. WELLONS Ricky 45 Morningside Drive Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Cross-Coun- try 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track 1, 3; Outdoor Track 1,3. 63 FRANK E. WEYMOUTH 38 Forest Street RICHARD C. WHARTON 38 Academy Street Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3. NANCY M. WHITE ROBERT M. WHITE 24 Bow Street 95 Everett Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. CHRISTINE J. WOODBURY MARY A. Chris WINCHENBAUGH 39 Overlook Road 41 Grafton Street Chronicle 1, 2, 3; G S 1, 2; Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Library Corps 2, 3; Office Asst. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Office 3; Modern Dance 1; Honor Asst. 3. Roll. CLIEEORD A. WORTH WINNIERED M. WRIGHT Cliff Winnie 54 Waldo Road 102 Eorest Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Band 3; Pro- jection Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3. ALAN C. WILSON JEAN M. WILSON Willie 61 Wollaston Avenue 8 Aerial Street Band 1, 2, 3; Chess 1, 2, 3; G S 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3. CAROL A. ZAMMARCHI 144 Wollaston Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; G S 3. CAROL A. ZARELLA Zippsie 189 Sylvia Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. LADONA N. WHITING Do-Dee 126 Broadway Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 3. LINDA M. WILKIE 1 8 Linwood Street DAVID R. ZWICKER Zeke 83 Edmund Road Allied Youth 3; Hockey J.V. 1 CAMERA SHY George Clements David Conley Richard Curley Edmund Curran Michael T. Daly John Doherty Vincent Kearns David Kendall David Kilpatrick George Loan Kenneth McTear Richard Oldham H. Edward Ostrander David Parrot Shaun Quinlan Joseph Riley Janet Robinson Jerome Robinson Joseph Sandberger Francis Scanned George Snow Edward Teehan John Thurston David Vannicola John Welch CLASS HISTORY Wide-eyed with anticipation and casting nervous smiles about us, we the sophomores of 1958 began our careers as students in Arlington High School. From the windows facing toward the east, new additions to the school rise brick-by-brick. The tumult created by this situation made concentration difficult; general tran- quility was further upset by the excitement of a suc- cessful football season marred by only one loss. We were later an appreciative audience at the Dramatic Club’s presentation of “Our Hearts Were Young and Gay” and were equally enthusiastic about the Gilbert and Sullivan Club’s offering, “The Pirates of Penzance.” These performances terminated our use of the Junior High East Auditorium as the locale of our amateur pro- ductions; the next year saw some of us performing on our new stage in the Lowe Auditorium. March brought with it victory for our hockey team in the form of the state championship and the chance to show what we could do in the Providence regional tournament. Finally, the precedent set by our art department in winning a number of coveted awards was a pleasant addition to our first wonderful year. Full of confidence we returned as juniors after a summer’s rest. We played basketball, mixed chemicals. 65 sang, cooked, and painted in the new additions of the high school, completed during the summer vacation. Many students strove to master Russian; and the ac- celerated science class, the first in Arlington High, entered its third semester of chemistry. The new sci- ence club offered students a chance for original re- search; a successful season was climaxed by the well attended spring science fair. This Thanksgiving day football game saw an end to the traditional rivalry between Arlington High School and Melrose, as they defeated us in the last game we would ever play together. In December, the Dramatic Club presented The Matchmaker, winning the acclaim of all who attended. Later, the skill of the “Spy Ponders” was well dis- played as the hockey team captured, for the second consecutive year, the Greater Boston Inter-seholastic championship. The chess team, not to be outdone, suc- ceeded in winning its own title of state championship in the field of chess. The newly-dedicated Lowe Auditorium found itself filled to capacity as the Gilbert and Sullivan Club gave a very professional presentation of the “Mikado.” The gala junior prom, held at the Hotel Continental, was a night to be remembered. As this year came to an end. Superintendent Hall, the head of the Arlington school system for so many years, announced his plans for retirement. Dr. Roens, his assistant, assumed the responsibilities of superintendent. Our new assistant superintendent. Dr. Lawrence H. Anderson, came to our school system in January, 1960. When the summer was over, we entered high school as seniors, ready for the most important year of all. A very important year it was! We were caught in a whirl of last minute preparations and worry over our future plans. The outside world loomed closer. We still found time to cheer our sports teams on to victory. Gloucester was our Thanksgiving Day foe, and we met her with full force. The Dramatic Club produced anoth- er success, “Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.” The Gilbert and Sullivan Club matched this with their production of “The Mocking Bird.” We were proud of the students who received scholarships and awards. Sixteen were presented certificates of merit while six were semi-finalists in the Merit Scholarship Competition. The Latin Club and the Science Club both offered interesting exhibitions. Our last week in high school was really the most exciting. Class day, the senior prom, and graduation night all left us with memories which will be with us always. 66 MERIT SCHOLARS The National Merit Scholarship Corporation is an or- ganization concerned solely with scholarships. As a re- sult of an intensive testing program, six Arlington High School students were selected as semi-finalists for this program. Their distinguished performance on these na- tionwide selection tests has brought great honor to the Arlington High School. V. Aldrich P. Burke S. Holland A. Wilson S. MacGregor L. Scully Sixteen additional students have been awarded Certificates of Merit by the Na- tional Merit Scholarship Corporation for excellent performance on the selection tests. % ' 1 Cf L T 1 t t 1 1 Row 1: R. Simon, D. Conley, A. Miller, E. Judge, M. cus. Row 2: D. Palmer, J. Lund, C. Allen, S. Gariepy, Kinney, M. Mirak, H. Govenar, D. Matheson, H. Mar- R. Warrington, B. Coppinger, J. Sprinkle. 68 ALLIED YOUTH Row 1: V. Donnelly, 3rd Vice President; C. Dannenberg, 1st Vice President; F. Pomeroy, President; K. MacLellan. Row 2: J. Mantyla, J. Manninen, Execu- tive Board; F. Kenney, Treasurer; Leslie H. Barrett, Adviser; N. Fitzpatrick, 2nd Vice President; P. Spence, Corresponding Secretary. Allied Youth is an international organi- zation of high school students who want to know the scientific facts about alcoholic beverages. Teen-agers learn how they can have good times without resorting to alco- holic stimulants. Their dances and their meetings help them with personality prob- lems and help them to keep in touch with other individuals and groups in high schools across the country and in Canada. Mem- bers of Allied Youth believe that they serve themselves best by serving their com- munity in a variety of social and civic ac- tivities. F. B. I. Director, J. Edgar Hoover, says: “It is heartening to know of the pro- gram undertaken by Allied Youth.” Row I: H. Govenar, Feature Editor: L. Leonard, Advertising Manager: F. Spector, Editor-in-Chief: A. McGrath, Assistant Editor: C. Dannenberg, Club Editor: S. Finnegan, Exchange Editor. Row 2: R. Stanley, Business Manager; R. Gechijian, Photographer: J. Gaeta, Vocational Editor; C. Allen, Sports Editor: P. Berg, Sports Editor; P. Davidson, Vocational Editor; M. Campbell, Sports Editor. CHESS CLUB CHRONICLE Much time and effort is spent on Arling- ton High School’s newspaper, the Chronicle. Being on its staff offers many opportunities to the students for expressing their ideas and opinions. Through the Chronicle, the school is invited to participate in press con- ferences and local and national contests. Every student at Arlington High School may be a part of the Chronicle. This year the staff, ably guided by Mr. Sampson, was assisted by more than two hundred and fifty conscientious workers who wrote and helped with the newspaper’s administration. There were monthly editions from October to May. A highlight of the year is the Chronicle Banquet. At this time the secret identity of our counsel-giving Aunt Minerva is revealed and the incoming staff is intro- duced. Working on the Chronicle has proved to be an enjoyable activity in our school. The Chess Club meets every Friday in Room 5 at the close of school. It is open to all players who are interested. There are experienced players and novices, all of whom can learn by playing with others and analyzing their games to discover how they could have played better. Developing skillful players is necessary as the Chess Club enters a competing team in the Greater Boston Interscholastic Chess League. In fact, the Arlington High Chess Club is the defending champion of the league. When senior members graduate, they have to be replaced by younger players; that is the reason for its being so necessary to encourage the younger players to play better. Stephen Gariepy tied for first in the 1960- 61 individual, championship of Greater Boston, and Kenneth Walters tied for third. The Chess Club is a very valuable organi- zation which offers a unique opportunity for our high school students. Stephen Gariepy won the Massachusetts State Schoolboy Championship in Chess. He won a two out of three match with a con- tender from New Bedford. Row I: J. Brigham, R. Dearborn, S. Gariepy, A. Wilson, G. Robbat, J. Sprinkle. Row 2: FI. Snyder, C. Kierstead, F. Perry. 70 PROJECTION CLUB Row I: C. Worth, T. Grady, P. Ilchuck, Vice President; R. Shea, President; P. Shea. Row 2: Charles Fagone, Director; B. Halprin, P. Burke , J. Vivian, T. Donahue. The Arlington High School projection club, under the supervision of Mr. Fagone, functions in the oper- ation of many types of movies, using sound and repro- duction equipment. In this year’s club, there are about thirty members who are more than willing to forfeit their study periods in order to learn to operate these machines. The primary function of the club is to operate the machines for the teachers who find visual aid teaching devices helpful in their classes. The movies can express, sometimes in a matter of seconds, a point which could possibly take endless lessons to explain. The club also has control of special services; such as, the lighting for the school’s new auditorium. The hall has been equipped with a General Electric control panel, a type which is used in many professional thea- ters. There is also a sound contr ol cabinet which has a built-in tape recorder, phonograph, amplifier, and mi- crophone mixer. Learning to operate these units is optional for the club members; special training, which is provided for every machine at the beginning of the year as a club policy, is required. The projection club is a very useful and busy or- ganization which enjoys the benefits of a hard year of work, as do most other clubs, and ranks among the most popular. STAMP CLUB After a lapse of several years, the Arling- ton High School Stamp Club was reorgan- ized with seventeen members who meet every other week. The practice of exchang- ing duplicates affords each member the op- portunity to increase his collection and at the same time to meet other students who are interested in this hobby. The club is open to all students whether they are nov- ices in stamp collecting or are somewhat experienced. Students may obtain the knowl- edge necessary to pass the requirements for securing Scout Merit Badges by listening to speakers on occasional programs and seeing exhibits of collections. We hope to meet with other high school stamp clubs. At the present time, we are also exhibiting on a bulletin board in the School Library information on new issues and instructions as to obtaining First Day Covers. A practice will soon be instituted whereby a member may sell his duplicates and buy those stamps desired after con- sulting a stamp wanted list posted for the members. A. Raises, Vice President; W. Smith, President; Charles W. Skinner, Director; M. Ogonowski, Assistant Treasurer; E. Peper, Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Elizabeth W. Sampson Director Row I: E. Wyman, Recording Secretary; C. Allen, President: C. Bowlby, Vice President. Row 2: J. Robertson, Assistant Treasurer; E. Belle, Treasurer; S. Moskovis, Corresponding Secretary. DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club of 1960-61, the oldest club in Arlington High School, boasts of having one hundred and fifty-eight who participate in two meetings a month, presenting entertainment for the membership. Mrs. Sampson, the director, and the officers help the club to synchronize its activities and run its meetings ac- cording to the rules of Parliamentary procedure. For its first project of the year the Dramatic Club produced “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court,” a hilarious comedy by John G. Fuller. This production was the thirty-fifth consecutive play pre- sented by the Dramatic Club with the exception of 1943, a war year. Under the direction of Mrs. Samp- son, Miss Hurley, and Mr. Einzig the cast and the committees combined their efforts to make this play an outstanding success. Another major function of the Dramatic Club is participating in the annual Massachusetts Drama Fes- tival. This event is under the sponsorship of the Massa- chusetts High School Drama Guild and the preliminary competition is held among neighboring towns. The win- ners of this first contest enter the state competition held later at John Hancock Hall in Boston. The finalists enter the New England Competition. Our entry this year is “The Happy Journey” by Thornton Wilder, and we are hoping for a favorable rating. A most enjoyable club outing is held annually to conclude a successful year. Those who have been members of the Dramatic Club during their entire high school career feel that they have been greatly rewarded by participation in this enriching club. Row 1: M. Suttie, S. Merrill, M. Mirak, V. McLaughlin, M. Arrigo, S. McPeake, B. Chapman, B. Carter, S. Hamilton, M. Simpson. Row 2: L. Leonard, N. Sarnow, J. Foritano, C. Buckley, R. Estey, J. Steele, J. Vivian, S. Jorgensen, A. Ellis. M. Mirak, President; R. Corbin, Secretary; M. Gott, Vice President; E. Swan, T reasnrer. 75 ART CLUB Revised under the direction of Mr. Robinson, the Art Club started the year with an amended Constitution and a large membership. The first activities were initiated when a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts was made. To develop ap- preciation and to acquire skill in the var- ious phases of art, the members formed oil painting classes under Mr. Robinson’s supervision, and many eager dabblers cultivated young talents. School-wide poster campaigns through- out the year were presented by Art Club members in collaboration with specific clubs and organizations. A successful year was enjoyed by all! LIBRARY CORPS Row 1: D. Rizzo. K. Caggiano, A. Weddleton, A. Ales, President; M. Campbell, Vice Presi- dent: J. Littlefield, Secretary; G. Beninati. Row 2; A. Ellis, C. Woodbury, D. Johns, L. Kirk, V. Donnelly, J. Estrella, R. Santos, J. Anderson. Row 3; T. Donahue, R. Publicover, L. Roscoe, J. Vivian, The Library Corps offers students an opportunity to serve their school. Each member spends one study pe- riod a week working in the library. By giving this time, the members gain a better understanding of how the library operates. Each year the Library Corps presents a gift to the library. The record player given last year is an impor- tant addition to the library facilities. To earn money for the purchase of the gift, as well as for other needs, this organization has several money-raising projects, one of the most successful of which has been the Candy Sales. The most important project of all is the Book Eair in April. Members spend a great deal of time in preparing for this event; and for several days classes come to the library to buy paper-back books. The wide variety of selection and the attractive displays are appreciated by students and teachers alike. In addition to rendering a valuable service to the school. Library Corps members enjoy themselves at parties during the year. The year’s social activities are terminated with an outing in May. R.V.T. CLUB Row I: J. Bellizia, R. Costley, Hospitality; J. Harrison, President; B. Morrissey, Secretary; N. Fletcher, Treasurer; J. Baer, L. Leonard. Row 2: K. Friis, N. Gianouvokos, A. O’Leary, Hospitality; L. Goldberg, J. Vivian, J. Howell, L. Roscoe, R. Souza, V. Donnelly. Every second Tuesday, the R.V.T. Club, consisting of approximately twenty members, meets at Robbins Library at two forty-five in the afternoon. Book reviews are given by the members as well as by the club’s ad- visers: Mrs. Butler, assistant librarian of A.H.S. and Mrs. Sanborn, Young People’s Librarian at Robbins. Alternating with book reviews, interesting and educa- tional movies are shown which the club discusses over “cokes” and cookies. Special events include the annual Christmas party and an outing in May. R.V.T. invites two speakers during the year and usually has a panel discussion which requires a good deal of preparation by the mem- bers. Informality is the keynote at R.V.T. meetings, and the small size of the group makes for lively participa- tion by everyone. INTER- NATIONS STUDENT CLUB Row 1: M. Peper, J. Robinson, N. Pettengill, S. Moskovis, Corresponding Secretary; R. Kidd, President; N. Sarnow, Treasurer; S. Merrill, Recording Secretary; M. Mirak, J. Bellizia. Row 2: M. Ogonowski, D. Rivers, W. Guanci, R. DeDominicis, C. Molino, D. Mooney, D. Butler, Vice President; J. Paton, J. Batson, J. Nitchie, D. Nichols, B. Melville. The Internations Club was established at Arlington High School three years ago in the fall of 1958 by students interested in broadening their outlook through direct communication with their contemporaries in other parts of the world. Among the people most influential in the establish- ment of this club was our American Field Service Ex- change student of 1958-1959, Albert Hasibuan of In- donesia, beginning it as a truly international organiza- tion. Meetings held once a month have acquainted the members with the less familiar lands of our world through discourses by student speakers from such countries as; France, Hungary, Argentina, West Africa, Norway, Germany, The Netherlands, and others. Films depicting the life and features of various lands have been a pleasurable means of enlightenment for the members and their guests. The club’s activities are not confined solely to those in school but extend outside to other organizations of a similar nature. The World Affairs Council annually sponsors programs and conferences of people and stu- dents from various countries at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; these are meetings which the Inter- nations Club also attends. Such gatherings offer them an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas with people of different nationalities, faiths, and customs. The Internations Club of Arlington High School is active with a purpose; it is certainly an important insti- tution in our school society today, promoting the kind of understanding that will make a better tomorrow. ' II miiB LATIN CLUB Freda Spector, Scriha: Andrew Ales, Consul primus; Carl Allen, Consul secundus; Calvin Cutter, Socius htdorum; Sybil Killourhy, Soda hidorum. Motto — Ne Quid Nimium Nobis The opportunity to learn more about the places, the people, the language, and the customs of the civiliza- tion which was the basis of our own is afforded those members of the Latin Club. This is, and has been for sixteen years, the general objective of the Latin Club. The Latin Club, the members being the pupils of the Latin IV class, is run by the olficers with their Latin titles and supervised by Miss Rounds. At the meetings held on the first Monday of each month the Club had a variety of things planned. Special reports were given on different facets of Roman culture. Vergil was surprised with a birthday party to which the hon- ored and esteemed bust of Cicero came. As an impor- tant feature of this year’s activities, a Latin Fair was held which exhibited projects prepared throughout the year by the club. The climax, however, was the tradi- tional Roman Banquet which contributed both socially and intellectually to the enjoyment of the members. SCIENCE CLUB 63 64 Sm Eu Gd w, liftJS ISIO is; 74 V3 94 95 Np Pu Am ' }J 747 1741 E. Boudreau, Chairman, Trips: J. Nuhibian, Chairman, Public Relations: J. Lund, Treasurer: H. Marcus, Vice President: M. Ogonowski, Secretary: D. Matheson, President. The Arlington High School Science Club was formed in the fall of 1959 under the direction of Mr. Coombs and Mr. Reed. The purpose of this organizat ion is: first, to stimulate interest in science among the pupils; second, to help make its members more proficient in science; third, to provide an opportunity for original research under compe- tent supervision; and fourth, to further an understanding of present- day science. The club meets each Friday while school is in session. Among its activities, the Science Club sponsors an annual science fair held early in March. The winners of this fair go on to participate in the North Shore Regional Science Fair at Salem State College and the Massachusetts State Science Fair at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The club maintains and operates a semi-official weather station which is located in and above room 31. Daily readings are recorded and a monthly report is sent to the United States Weather Bureau at Logan Airport. Members of the Science Club have found it to be a stimulating and educational group which they have enjoyed thoroughly. R. Barnaby, D. Matheson, J. Batson, W. Preston, J. Sprinkle. ■Hill I .JJ-lJJJ-L WITTIEST WILUAW CLARKE KATHLEEN TEEHAN BEST DANCER ANDREW ALES LUCINDA LEONARD hvOl j $$ MOST BUSINESSUKE CARL ALLEN SYBIL KILLOURHY f 5tST PERSONALITY CHARLES MURRAY DIANE JOHNSON MOST INTELLECTUAL RALPH WARRINGTON VIRGINIA ALDRICH 0 " best ACTOR ROBERT De RUSSO CAROL BOWLBY of c ' VtiH MOST MUSICAL LEE ROSCOE VIRGINIA ALDRICH Woodworking — Mr. Joseph Tarantino, Instructor General Shop — Mr. Dominic F. Luongo, Instructor Printing — Mr. Ronald J. Whitmore, Instructor j ■ ■ k ■ Edmund J. Lewis Director VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT The past three years have brought some remarkable changes in the Vocational High School. This school has not reached its full potential, however. There are still years of growth to come. In our Sophomore year we experienced an entirely different type of education — in shop one week — in class the next. This required some readjusting. We got to know our teachers very well. They were soon able to detect our weak- nesses and strength. We were fortunate in spending our first shop year with seniors who, we thought, were mechanical wizards! Little did we know! We were taught fundamentals in our respective trades, as well as proper working habits and attitudes. Things changed in our second year. Mr. Patterson retired and Mr. Lewis suc- ceeded him. We were fortunate in moving into new quarters which were better than average in this State. We were no longer spread all over the building! We were a compact unit and we liked it! We’ll never forget those wonderful trips we took to M.l.T. and the Western Electric. Our senior year has passed all too quickly. We know this is it! Next year we’ll be working, going to school, or helping Uncle Sam in the Armed Forces. One thing we do appreciate though is the opportunity this community has af- forded to us as recipients of a good all round practical education. It has been a pleasant and profitable experience. LUNCHROOM STAFF Alice Rogers, Manager; Helen Darcy, Agnes R. Starkey, Hazel O’Shaughnessy, Edith Rossetti, Phyrma Hanscom, (on leave of absence); Marie von Hein, Mildred Hoyt, Luvan McKiel. Florence E. Forsyth Supervisor, Home Economics. Helen Ellingwood, Stasia Hatless, Evelyn Ribeiro, May Abel, Gertrude Baldwin, Mary Greeley. AND ASSISTANTS S. Abbott, M. Carroll, K. Anderson, H. Ingram. P. Duffy, R. Welch. R. Sweeney P. Sweeney D. March J. Steele F. O’Neil 89 R. O’Meara, Mrs. Hallos, R.N. OFFICE ASSISTANTS M. Simpson, N. Orech, C. Thomas, P. Thyne, Miss Roos, Secretary; L. Bertolami. G. Beninati. Miss Callahan, Assistant Secretary: A. St. Onge, M. Bilafer. S. Abbott, R. Botti, M. Winchenbaugh, L. Meadows, Miss Niland, Clerk-Typist; S. Moskovis, J. DiSessa. G. Canole. J. Gurney, S. Starsja, J. Vagnati, M. King, L. O’Brien, C. O’Neill, K. MacLellan, C. Crocker, M. D’Arrigo, M. Loftus. C. Woodbury, J. Lawless. E. Gallagher, K. Marley, E. Mahoney, J. Day, E. Saltamartine, J. Manninen, B. Chapman, S. Decker. C. Lafond, N. Lundeen, B. Faucon, M. Loftus, J. Surrette, F. Geswell, S. Decker, D. Johnson, J. Robinson, D. Rizzo, V. McLaughlin. A. St. Onge, K. Peters M. Stanley, J. Davison, C. Foster. ORCHESTRA Violins: L. Donnelly, C. Derian, C. Morrison, A. Ottoson, M. Peper, Vice President; P. Reid, C. Simpson, B. Wicker. Flutes: P. Brittan, L. Einzig, N. Holland, A. McGrath, President. Trumpets: A. DeFrancesco, B. McKenzie, J. Santos, B. Townsend. Cello: P. Camacho, W. Holland, M. Ogonowski, C. Ward. Clarinets: R. Carey, J. Derby, Secretary; E. Meckel. French Horn: V. Aldrich. Trombone: A. Wilson. Bass Viol: R. Barnaby, R. Wharton. Saxophones: B. Coppinger, P. Ilchuck, Librarian; R. McCarroll. Percussion: L. Roscoe. Piano: N. Lundeen, T reasurer. The orchestra under the capable direction of Mr. Laman is one of the most active organizations in school. The main functions of Arlington High School’s orches- tra is to provide musical background for the annual Gilbert and Sullivan production, present a musical pro- gram during the intermissions at the Dramatic Club play, participate in graduation exercises, and play for numerous assemblies throughout the year. The orchestra has spent many hours in practicing for their appearances. There are rehearsals during school time as well as after school. Through the untir- ing efforts and skill of each member, the orchestra has added greatly to our pleasant memories of Arlington High School. DANCE BAND Trumpets: J. Santos, D. Vivian, B. Halprin, A. DeFrancesco. Trombone: A. Wilson. Piano: M. Ogonowski. Saxophones: C. Worth, P. Ilchuck, V. Donnelly, S. Pitchel, R. Pooley, B. Cop- pinger. Bass: R. Wharton. Drums: L. Roscoe, C. Myatt. afternoon rehearsals; such as, “start at the top, “swing out,” and “stomp on that note.” The devotion, however, to tiresome rehearsals and long hours of practice has been rewarded; this year’s dance band has won recognition as a fine instrumental organization. The Dance Band, which was first organized m Sep- tember of 1959, has developed into a well balanced performing group. Directed by Mr. Laman, the dance band performed at the Allied Youth Dance and at ex- change concerts in Wakefield and Stoneham. Senior members will undoubtedly long remember the vocabulary which accompanied many of the Friday GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB The Arlington High School Band has displayed enthusiasm and spirit over the past years, participating in football games and assemblies. This year, under the able direction of Mr. Laman, the band has shown outstanding marching techniques. Without doubt many senior band members will long remember the “military-style” marching rehearsals during the football season in preparation for half-time shows. May next year’s band have the same joyful enthusiasm and spirit. BAND The Girls’ Glee Club is an organiza- tion for all girls interested in joining ' a girls’ choir. Membership in good standing in the Glee Club is necessary before a girl can join the Choir. Under the direc- tion of Mr. Laman the members rehearse classical favorites, such as “Ave Maria,” and some popular pieces, such as “Catch A Falling Star.” Sometimes performances are given at the junior high schools. The dues paid by the members are used to pay for the music awards which are given out at the Awards Assembly in June. Row I; S. Abbott, Vice President; M. Hall, Secretary; C. Thomas, President; B. Morrissey, Treasurer. Row 2; J. Catanzano, M. Noyes, K. Peters, R. Kidd, K. Caggiano. Clarinets; R. Carey, J. Cole, B. Coppinger, Vice President; J. Derby, M. Johnson, J. Lind, P. Medeiros, E. Meckel, R. Pierce, S. Pitchel, R. Pooley, S. Sumner. Trumpets; H. Baughan, A. DeFrancesco, V. Ela, B. Halprin, Librarian; D. Keyes, J. Santos, A. Snyder, B. Townsend, J. Troike, D. Vivian. Sousa- phone; A. Morello. Drums; J. Collins, P. Curtin, G. Gean- naris, C. Myatt, L. Roscoe, President; J. Vivian. Glockenspiels; P. Concannon, M. Ogonowski, Secretary. Alto Horns; V. Aldrich, J. Baer. Trombones; B. Houghton, R. Ward, A. Wil- son, Treasurer. Saxophones; P. Ilchuck, C. Worth. Flutes; L. Einzig, A. McGrath, M. Nolan, S. Thomas, Manager. Row I: M. Arrigo, K. Hornbeck, Librarian; P. Robinson, Assistant Treasurer; E. Swan, Treasurer; R. Cavicchi, President; S. Brown, Accompanist; S. Center, Vice Pres- ident; L. Bridgens, Secretary; V. Aldrich, Accompanist; H. Govenar. Row 2; C. Eakins, C. Crocker, L. Leonard, M. Battaglia, C. Caggiano, D. Berberian, S. Killourhy, R. Fletcher, M. Peper, M. Ogonowski. Row 3; N. Lun- deen, P. Thyne, C. Thomas, H. Mardigian, L. Bridgens, V. Donnelly, S. Audunson, P. Concannon, N. Scalfati, M. Devlin. Row 4; B. Halprin, R. McCarroll, L. Ponte, D. Palmer, J. Lawler, A. Lincis, L. Kuhn, E. Skoglund, R. Ceglia, R. Webster. GILBERT AND SULLIVAN BOYS ' GLEE CLUB The Gilbert and Sullivan Club, better known as the G. S. Club, is a musical group under the direction of Mr. Einzig. Each spring the members of the club present an operetta. Many of the productions have been the works of Gilbert and Sullivan. In our sophomore year “Pirates of Penzance” and in our junior year “The Mikado,” both written by Gilbert and Sullivan, proved to be very successful. This year, our senior year, the club is putting on “The Mocking Bird,” an operetta written by Rosenfeld and Sloane. The members of G. S. hope that other future members will profit as much as they have by participating in all the activities of the Gilbert and Sullivan Club. Row 1; D. Palmer, Secretary; P. Coyne, E. Skoglund, Librarian; L. Ponte, Treasurer; L. Kuhn, President; S. Brown, Accompanist; W. Lewis, Vice Presi- dent; R. McCarroll. Row 2; B. Elalprin, J. Byam, A. Zoglio, J. Elutton, W. Guanci, W. Robinson, J. Ray, R. Slaughter. Row 3; J. Derby, R. DeRusso, J. Hodgdon, C. Molino, R. Barnaby, R. Ward, R. Webster. Row 4: T. Pfeiffer, D. Parrott, R. Morell, A. Lincis, P. Pfeiffer, L. Roscoe, C. Mardigan. The Boys’ Glee Club is one of the many organizations in the activity pro- gram at Arlington High. Few organiza- tions offer a better opportunity for boys to get together and sing, and their per- formances are always admirable. This year, as usual, a large number of musically inclined students accomplished a successful season. The club’s programs, which included spirituals, folk songs, show tunes, and old favorites, were en- joyed by all. During the year the Boys’ Glee Club participated in the Christmas program, the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, and numerous assemblies. The Club is under the direction of Mr. Einzig, aided by this year’s accompanist, Stephen Brown. Row I: M. McNamara, M. Greene, Assistant Accom- panist; K. Hornbeck, Accompanist; L. Cruwys, Sec- retary; J. Cummings, President; L. Bridgens, Librarian; R. Fletcher, Vice President; S. Audunson, Treasurer; J. Buxton, Assistant Treasurer; C. Collins. Row 2: J. Gur- ney, M. Battaglia, V. Corbett, J. Corelli, M. Devlin, C. Bertagna, P. Concannon, P. Day, N. Sarnow, L. Leon- ard, M. Arrigo. Row 3; S. McPeake, C. Feeney, S. Starsja, S. Center, L. Bridgens, P. Thyne, J. Downs, E. O’Donnell, C. Annese, P. Robinson, N. Scalfati. The Girls’ Choir, under the direction of Mr. Einzig, was first or- ganized in 1956. Meeting the second period on Tuesday and Thurs- day, the girls practice hard for many enjoyable hours. The only re- quirement for admission to choir is one year of Girls’ Glee Club. As usual, the girls have given their full support to the various activities, the most important being Arlington High’s annual Christmas pro- gram. They have also, in the past, traveled to Wakefield, Stoneham, Natick, and Melrose for exchange concerts. The girls agree that it is almost as much fun preparing programs as it is presenting them. Un- doubtedly the choir will go on giving as much pleasure in the coming years as it has in the past few. GIRLS ' CHOIR HARMONETTES For seven years the Harmonettes, A. H. S.’s select musical double-sextette, have been delighting audiences not only by the “quantity” but also by the quality of their numbers. After two grueling weeks of try-outs in the spring, the new Harmonettes return in the fall to follow a busy schedule under the helpful direc- tion of Mr. Einzig. This includes ex- change concerts with neighboring schools, participation in school assemblies, and entertaining local women’s clubs and other organizations. This year’s sextette has surely succeeded in making the school proud of calling them “Our Har- monettes.” K. Flornbeck, Accompanist. Row 1; J. Newton, M. Donovan, S. Center, P. Thyne, P. Concannon, P. Robinson, L. Bridgens, L. Bridgens. Row 2; C. Feeney, G. Bailey, N. LaSalle, C. Corcoran. 95 MAJORETTES J. Hover, Head Majorette; J. Mantyla, J. Gurecki, J. Ellicott, M. Mac Farlane, D. Seretto, C. Alexander, B. Lea, L. Peabody, J. Sangeleer, L. Talcott, H. Edwards. Rain or shine the Drum Majorettes are willing to perform at all the football games. During these games the girls participate in a colorful half-time show, performing numerous intricate twirling techniques; they are invariably rewarded by much applause from the fans. With funds raised from two tag-days, the ma- jorettes have been outfitted with new uniforms whose colors are white and maroon with a silver trim. Under the leadership of June Hover, head majorette, the girls led the band with enthusiasm and precision. Everyone has enjoyed the colorful sparkle and vigor that the majorettes have contributed to our football games. Row I: E. Corbett, R. Gorham, R. Moriarty, D. Martin, G. landoli. R. Warrington, Co-captain: J. Radochia, Co-captain; A. Day, J. Shannon, W. Dutton, R. Morrison, R. Tierney, D. Falwell, W. Clarke. Row 2: A. Keirstead, N. Taylor, J. Sa- koian, P. Campbell, R. Osterberg, R. Harrington, D. Morine, E. Nagle, D. Kallis, J. Driscoll, R. Arena, P. Lax, D. Delay. Row 3: K. Simmons, J. Collins, D. Tedford, J. Loftus, K. Bova, S. Sousa, C. Murray, J. Giordano, G. Strob, J. Mutty, D. Walsh, R. Ceglia, R. Walsh, Manager. FOOTBALL The Arlington High School football team this year rates with the best in its history. This team averaged twenty-nine points per game on offense and only al- lowed eight points per game on defense. The season’s record was six wins and two losses. One of the losses came at the hands of the state champions, Brockton; yet, Arlington was the only team that was able to move the ball against Brockton all year. The other loss was to a fine Everett team. The team was led by two fine co-captains in John Radochia and Ralph Warrington. Arlington had a great array of backs and notable speed and power in: John Radochia, Dave Martin, Dick Moriarty, Dick Tierney, Ross Morrison, Dave Falwell, Jim Driscoll, and Nelson Taylor. The line was made up of such stalwarts as Ralph Warrington, John Shannon, Anthony Day, Bob Har- rington, Dick Ceglia, Dave Morine, Charlie Murray, Allan Keirstead, Robert Arena, and Ed Corbett. This team had two of the best running guards in the state in Tony Day and Dick Ceglia. Honor must also be paid to John Radochia and Dave Morine who made everybody’s “All Scholastic” football team. The season ended with a tremendous display of fine football on Thanksgiving Day against Gloucester, with our Arlington team winning by a score of forty-four to zero. Mr. Edward P. Burns Head Coach Mr. William F. Lowder Director of Athletics Mr. Ralph Bevins Mr. Robert C. Hill J .V . Coach J.V. Coach R. Warrington Co-Captain J. Radochia Co-Captain D. Falwell Mr. John R. Byrne J.V. Coach R. Ceglia R. Tierney Mr. James A. Cavalieri Varsity Coach R. Morrison R. Moriarty G. landoli P. Russell, P. Berg, P. Tierney, J. Mutty, R. Caruso, J. Driscoll. 100 J. Shannon W. Clarke W. Dutton FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 24 - — at Somerville Oct. 8 — at Waltham 15 — Everett 22 — Newton 29 — at Brookline Nov. 5 — Weymouth 12 — at Brockton 24 — Gloucester ARL. OPP. 36 14 D. Morine BASKETBALL Row I: J. Driscoll, T. Feehan, V. Govoni, L. Scully, Captain; R. Marchand, P. Boutiette. Row 2: George P. Lowder, Coach; E. Ostrander, R. Chase, E. Nagle, C. Murray, R. Morrison, W. Grannan, R. Caruso. The Arlington High School basketball team had a most successful season winning fifteen games and los- ing only three. With early season non-league victories over Lexington and Winchester, Arlington looked for- ward to winning the Suburban League title. The desire was not realized as Rindge had an exceptionally strong team and defeated us in two close games. Winning nine of the last ten games our team won an invitation to the Eastern Massachusetts Tournament. In an ex- citing game Arlington lost to Durfee 56 to 51. The success of the team was based primarily on the height, experience, and skill of the senior members. Led by captain Leo Scully, Ross Morrison, Charlie Murray, and Ed Ostrander, Arlington outscored op- ponents by large margins and enabled substitutes to gain valuable game experience. Arlington had three boys well up in the league scor- ing. Leo Scully averaging eighteen points per game was the third highest scorer in the league. Also in the first ten league scorers were Ross Morrison and Ed Ostrander. One of the key factors in Arlington’s suc- cess was the tremendous work of Charlie Murray. Other seniors making valuable contributions to our team were Ray Marchand, Paul Boutiette, and Bob Chase. Arlington basketball followers will miss the great play of Leo Scully who has been the best basket- ball player seen in Arlington for many years. SUBURBAN LEAGUE Rindge 15-1 Waltham 7-9 Arlington 13-3 Newton South 7-9 Brookline 1 1-5 Newton 2-14 Brockton 9-7 Watertown 0-16 Cambridge 8-8 Arl Opp. 9 Lexington 39 35 16 Winchester 63 58 20 at Newton South 73 47 22 Waltham 44 40 28 at Brookline 56 68 30 Cambridge 72 37 6 at Watertown 79 36 10 at Rindge 68 74 13 Brockton 64 45 17 Newton 57 35 20 Brookline 55 50 24 at Cambridge 52 20 27 Newton South 66 44 31 at Waltham 59 39 7 at Newton 76 42 10 Watertown 62 37 13 Rindge 52 54 15 at Brockton 44 43 Won 15 Lost 3 INDOOR TRACK Row 1: S. Kelly. Manager; P. Fairchild, R. Goodenough, S. Freyer, Co-Captains: D. Falwell, D. Martin; R. Beach, K. McTear, A. Manfredi, Mr. James Kelley, Coach. Row 2: R. Warrington, J. Green, C. Ziicker, C. Ward, J. Doyle, C. Gilbert, R. Kelly, C. Dewing, W. Lewis. Row J: D. Walsh, P. Barnes, W. Torpey, C. Maher, K. Kelly, M. Vargelis, C. Mardigian, L. Ponte. Row 4: R. Livoti, A. Reppucci, J. Radochia, R. Ceglia, R. Moriarty, P. Hiller, R. Wellons. The Arlington High School Indoor Track team ex- perienced one of the finest seasons in the last decade when after defeating Somerville, Natick, North Quincy, Belmont and Watertown, it was named champion of Division II of the Metropolitan Track League. This season the squad was led by two outstanding performers, David Falwell and David Martin who were Co-Captains. The team featured excellent desire, courage and team spirit, so much so, that it would be hard to single out a single boy and say he was the outstanding mem- ber. The following boys became letter winners because of their steady performances all season. Co-Captains Falwell and Martin, William Lewis, Robert Beach, John Radochia, Peter Hiller, Robert Goodenough, Clayton Zucker, Arnold Reppucci, Peter Fairchild, Clyde Ward, Anthony Manfredi, James Lund, James Gilfallen, Robert Kelly, David Walsh, Kenneth Kelly, Richard Moriarty and Manager Steve Kelly. Graduation will take many of this season’s squad, but there are ten returning lettermen and many other boys who just missed becoming letter winners. This group will again make Arlington a solid track team and one that opponents will find hard to defeat. A sincere congratulations to a fine team for an excellent season. 104 James E. Kelley, Coach. CROSS COUNTRY The Arlington High School Cross Country Team enjoyed a winning season this fall with a record of four wins and three defeats. With a serious leg injury leaving Captain Arnold Reppucci on the inactive list, Junior Letterman Clyde Ward was called upon to assume the re- sponsibility of leadership; and he did such a good job that the letter winners elected Ward to the captaincy for next season. Ward was aided by some fine running on the parts of Zucker, Gil- fallen, Spengler, Manfredi, Wellons, Dearborn, Doyle, McCarty, and Kelly who made up the varsity squad. Running for the Junior Varsity were: Burke, Cutter, Barnes, Simon, Dewing, Robinson, Pfeiffer, Howard Wyman, and manager Paul Fredrickson. Arlington defeated Watertown, Newton, Waltham, and Newton South; Arlington lost to Melrose, Belmont, and Beverly. Captain- elect Ward was the individual winner in six meets and finished second to State Champion, Bill Norris of Beverly. A very promising season is expected next fall with Ward, Gil- fallen, Manfredi, Zucker, Kelly, Spengler, and McCarty all returning from this season’s varsity team. Row I: W. McCarty, J. Brigham, R. Wellons, J. Gil- fallen, J. Spengler, C. Zucker, C. Ward, A. Reppucci, Captain; A. Manfredi, J. Doyle, R. Kelley. Row 2: P. Frederick, Manager; W. Robinson, P. Barnes, P. Fair- child, P. Burke, R. Goodenough, W. Howard, C. Dewing, T. Pfeiffer, C. Cutter, D. Tuller, James E. Kelley, Coach. 105 HOCKEY Arl. Opp. 3 Rindge 3 0 10 Cambridge 6 1 17 Waltham 2 1 21 Somerville 4 1 24 Brookline 4 1 29 Newton 5 1 31 Medford 2 0 7 Rindge 3 1 14 Cambridge 2 3 21 Waltham 6 3 28 Somerville 6 0 4 Brookline 7 1 11 Newton 0 0 18 Medford 6 0 Row I: A. Kierstead, P. Donnelly, W. Clarke, Captain; P. Davieau, C. Morgan, S. Quinlan. Row 2: Edward P. Burns, Coach; B. Leonard, N. Taylor, D. Tierney, J. Shannon, P. Lax, S. Taylor, John R. Byrne, Assistant Coach. The 1961 hockey team rates as one of the finest ever at Arlington High. Their league record stands at 12 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie. This championship team scored 56 goals for and allowed only 13 goals against. For some of the players such as Charlie Morgan, Dick Tierney, Bill Dutton, Paul Davieau, and Bill Clarke, this will be their third straight G.B.I. Championship. Three of our pucksters, Charlie Morgan, Shaun Quinlan, and Paul Donnelly, finished in the top five in the league scoring race. The first line was composed of the following players: Charlie Morgan, centerice; Shaun Quinlan, left wing; and John Shannon, right wing. The second line was made up of four players: Paul Donnelly, centericeman; Peter Lax, left wing; William Dutton, left wing; and Bill Leonard, right wing. The first defense had Paul Davieau, left defense, and Allan Keirstead at right defense, with the follow- ing players, Dick Tierney, Nelson Taylor, and David Zwicker as alternates. In the goal was our Captain Bill Clarke who had the honor of being an all-star goalie for the past three years. This year’s hockey team averaged 4 goals per game and was considered the finest passing team in school- boy hockey. Arlington High entered the State Hockey Tourna- ment on March 27 and in its first game beat St. John’s Prep by a score of 2 to 1. In the quarter-finals of an- other game, Arlington came from behind to beat a great West Springfield team by a score of 3 to 2. In the semi-finals, Arlington lost to Needham by a score of 3 to 2 in a sudden death overtime period to end the game. The entire hockey season was one of the most successful our school has ever had, and the team and Coach Burns deserve sincere congratulations. 106 Edward P. Burns Coach W. Clarke, Captain 107 P. Davieau P. Donnelly J. Shannon D. Tierney S. Quinlan B. Leonard C. Morgan GOLF George P. Lowder, Coach. 108 The A.H.S. golf team playing in the fast Suburban League looks forward to another successful season. With several veterans returning, the golfers, led by Leo Scully and Paul Boutiette as co-captains, hope to defeat such teams as Brockton, Newton, and Brookline who were the powers in the league last year. Our team has the opportunity to play some of the finest golf courses in the state. Matches are played at Winchester, Braebum, Weston, Brookline, Brockton, and Charles River. The schedule includes matches with Rindge, Cambridge Latin, Brookline, Brockton, Wal- tham, Newton, Watertown, and Newton South. H. Darcy, P. Scully, E. Boudreau, L. Scully, R. Estey, K. Garrity, P. Boutiette, A. Ferriera, R. Marchand. CHEERLEADERS V. Donnelly, M. Coffey, N. Hendrigan, D. Aronson, R. Santos, G. Gil- bert, S. Redgate, D. Watson, V. Corbett, C. Dannenberg, D. Berberian, M. MacNeill. The cheerleaders of Arlington High were very successful this year in promot- ing school spirit. While Arlington High enjoyed one of its most nearly victorious years in the performances of its athletic teams, the cheerleaders faithfully at- tended football, basketball, and hockey games to support these teams and show their appreciation for the efforts of the boys. This friendly and energetic group of brunettes, brownettes, blondes, and red- heads included five seniors, four juniors, and three sophomores. Under the leader- ship of Dianne Berberian and Mary MacNeill, these girls practiced their cheers diligently from June to February and led two spirited football rallies: one before the team’s first game with Somer- ville and one for the traditional Thanks- giving game. The latter prepared the stu- dent body to play host to our new Thanksgiving Day rival, Gloucester High School. Many thanks should be extended to the girls for their spirit and leadership. Row 1: D. Rizzo, N. Berglund, I. Downs, M. Riley. Row 2: P. Widder, L. Serfilippi, J. Erhardt, M. Winchenbaugh, J. Greene, J. Estrella. Row 3: J. Eallon, K. Callahan, P. Egan, P. Driscoll. FIELD HOCKEY no Row 1: M. Craven, M. Buzzell, M. Campbell, Captain; D. Rizzo, S. Purcell, J. Perry. Row 2: P. Lamarre, Manager; L. Serfilippi, R. Stanley, S. Gunzelman, L. Hamilton, D. Johnson, Marian M. Spilner, Coach. Mrs. Christine Fiorenza Coach The Girls’ Field Hockey Team, having only three veterans from last year’s team on its squad of eleven, managed to com- plete a very successful season, since it lost only two of its six games. Much credit is due the coach. Miss Spilner, for her patient guidance and understanding during practices and at the games. The game with Lexington proved to be the most exciting one of the season. In it were many fine plays by the goalie and plays that challenged the ability of those on the team. The game ended in a one to one tie. This year’s team was managed by Phyllis Lamarre and captained by Mar- garet Campbell. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Miss Marian M. Spilner Coach This year’s basketball team performed very successfully despite the fact that many of last year’s players had graduated. Carol O’Neill, Diane Rizzo, and Car- olyn Hall, Captain, were the varsity scorers, with Susan Doherty, Linda Serfilippi, and Rosemary Lax on defense. The members of the Junior Varsity were Bette Roda, Diane Johnson, Margaret Campbell, Carol Peterson, and Nancy Fletcher as forwards, with Nancy Morrison, Leah Donnelly, Diane DiStephano, and Rita Stanley as guards. Freshman were also included on the squad. Led by their able coach Miss Spilner the Junior Varsity won six games out of nine, while the Varsity won eight games out of nine, losing a heart breaker to their rival Winchester by only a small margin. Row 1: C. O’Neil, C. Hall, Captain. Row 2: J. Robinson, Manager; D. M. Rizzo, S. Horsman, C. Annese, L. Serfilippi, S. Doherty, R. Lax, D. Johnson, M. Campbell, J. Gill, Manager. Congratulations to the class of 1961 PURDY STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS 367 Boylston Street Boston, Massachusetts This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of litho- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm, J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method. mpm ' f.rMi ' t §0mjw MM : S ; v, ' ' ‘V ;. :


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