Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

 - Class of 1962

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ROBBINS UBRARY THIS • BOOK’BELONGS -TO -TF RPBBIfs S • LIBRAKYi ■ - RLINQTOJSJ - avkssachusetts • For Reference Not to be taken from this library JWW, - .- , 1 ' ■ 1 1 - kC ' ■■ •f ' E ' w j- PREFACE The Arlington High School graduate must be mentally, phys- ically, and socially well prepared to meet life confidently in a less sheltered world. Knowing his limi- tations, he should always be striv- ing to improve them. He should be able to follow command; yet, he must be able to give orders when necessary. Thus, the Arling- ton High graduate leaves a goal be- hind him which the undergraduate may continually try to surpass. CONTENTS Preface 1 Class officers 4 Administration 5 Faculty 6 Seniors 15 Activities 69 Athletics 101 CLASS OFFICERS J¥N 2 1 ’62 O . S. S » fc ■ I 3 ’O HBTT)BiCA£ OOtLF.rrrON William J. Grannan, President; Ruth Sandra Kerr, Vice President; Patricia M. Egan, Secretary; Robert G. Arena, Treasurer. Guy A. Petralia V ice-Principa! ADMINISTRATION Few classes in the past fifty years have faced a world of so many challenges as the senior classes of the high schools of the United States. The answers to the problems of the near future are, unfortunately, beyond the reach of the best minds of the world. In a small way, your experi- ence at Arlington High School as directed through the curriculum, extra-curricular activities, and general social and mental development should give you a reasonable start in facing the prob- lems of tomorrow. With a few exceptions, it has been pleasant to have your class at Arlington High School. I know I express the feelings of the Faculty and all con- cerned with administration of the High School that we wish you the best of success and sincerely hope that your individual desires and wishes may be realized. iDc Charles H. Downs, Principal Theresa B. Binnig Dean of Girls Gerard G. Kemp Vice-Principal MODERN LANGUAGES Ron- I : Florence Heller. Grace R. Jerardi. Bessie Bailey. Helen H. Stockman. Row 2: Frangoise Spahr, Ralph S. Giobbe. Roy S. Bradbury Ciuy A. Petralia. Haul of Department ENGLISH FACULTY Row . Rita K. Ready. Rufina M. Helmer. Agnes V. Hurley. Miriam S. Meisels. Eleanor F. Byam. Ann Couser. Ruth E. Hunt. M. Christine McQuade. Row 2: Lena M. Manning. Alexandra Rrastin. Elizabeth W. Sampson. Arline Dow, John R. Byrne. George A. Lincoln. Head of Department: Reed R. Taylor. Iris C. Brown. Mary M. O’Connell, Agnes C. Bray. i Row I: Everett L. Reed, Richard Y. Coombs, Gerard G. Kemp, Head of Depariiuent Thomas J. O ' Brien, Joseph Papandrea. Row 2: Charles W. Skinner, Raymond S. Kroll Clarence E. Faulk, Richard L. Miller, Donald J. Manning. SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES Kou’ 1: George F. Fusco, Dorothy Elia, Carl A. Johnson, Head of De- partment; Doris J. McCarthy, Eeslie H. Barrett. Row 2: James E. Kel- ley, Harris B. Siegel, Perley H. Thompson, George P. Lowder, Frank M. Kotchin. MATHEMATICS Row 1: Martha A. Van Genderen, Anne R. O’Keefe, Douglass L. Eaton, Head of Department; Jane E. Rutledge. Row 2: James A. Cava- lier!, Walter E. Ready, Michael Bezuhka, David N. Brackett, John S. Sampson, Philip G. Lewis, Edward P. Burns, Cecil V. Howell, Elmer E. Barber. Row I: E. Christine Norwood, Ellen B. Fitzpatrick, Director; Mary F. Barry. Row 2: George F. Fusco, Mora C. Rawlings, Margaret A. Dow- ney, Secretary; Arthur L. Tuohy. GUIDANCE 8 MUSIC Richard E. Laman, L. Hassler Einzig, Director. LATIN Julia U. Butler, Assistant Li- brarian: Signe B. Hynson, Li- brarian. LIBRARIANS Gerald A. Robinson, Director; Donald G. Blackett. ART Edith J. Gavin, Mary E. Donovan, Dorothy Rounds, Head of Department. HOME ECONOMICS Row I: Mary E. Green. Florence E. Eorsyth, Director; Dorothy A. Danforth. Row 2: Josephine T. Lee, Effie G. McEwen, Ilmi S. Jones, Pauline L. Wade, Mae R. T ruvedson. BUSINESS EDUCATION Row I: Marion E. Kennedy, W. Ray Burke, Head of Department; Mary N. Thompson. Row 2; Glenna Kelly. Edith W. Phinney, William T. Gibbs, James J. loner, R ussell S. W allace. John E. Britt, Henry M. Toczylowski, H. Russell Albro, Theresa B. Binnig •• 10 INDUSTRIAL ARTS TECHNICAL- VOCATIONAL MANUAL ARTS Genevieve J. Humphrey Row I: Dominic Liiongo. Ralph F. Gioiosa, Supervisor: Laurence P. Arthur, Frank L. Prusik. Roil ' 2: Charles Fagone, Joseph Tarantino, Ronald J. Whitmore, Howard E, Danforth, Sydney J. Sandherger. Row I: James I. Terranova, Norman R. Jacob- sen, Edmund J. Lewis, Director; Robert J. Brennan, Ralph M. Warren. Row 2: Louis T. Galante, Walter C. Verney, Robert E. Mitchell, Francis V. Kirk, Frederick J. Maloof, Malcolm L. Allen, William V. Delaney. BOYS’ A X William F. Lowder, Robert C. Hill, Harold B. PHY SICAL Fairbanks, Ralph E. Bevins. Christine Fiorenza, Mary E. McDon ough, Mary E. Coutts. GIRLS’ PHYSICAL Jacqueline A. Niland, Assi. Secretary Georgia L. Canole, Asst. Secretary Helen B. Bergkuist, R.N.; Barbara K. Hallos, MEDICAL RN Jean E. Roos, Secretary TYPISTS YEARBOOK COMMITTEES OUR EDITORS K. Friis, E. Casey, C. Zucker, N. Fitz- patrick, K. Nordstrom. Theresa B. Binnig, Adviser R. Barton, G. Berberian, B. Bieren- broodspot, D. Gagner, A. Gallagher, R. Galluzzo, M. Flanrahan, D. Flan- son, L. Flarney, P. Hebert, V. Hen- derson, M. MacDonald, B. McGurl, V. McLaughlin, C. Meadows, B. Ryer, L. Vendice. ARTISTS C. Wilson, D. Graziano, E. Chan, D. Dixon, M. Nochella. M. Gott STUDENT COUNCIL Row I: D. Santos, P. Ellingwood, K. Callahan, C, Meadows, N. Ananikian, Secretary: J. Babin, Vice-President: N. Fitzpatrick, A. Keirstead, S. Souza, P. Fairchild. Row 2: P. Green, T. Ficklider, A. Spector, R. DeCaprio, C. Alex- ander, M. Craven, M. Flail, D. Watson, R. Delay, President: R. Warrington, H. Boroyan, R. Beardsley, A. Baldwin, A. Clark, C. DiCicco, W. Cardullo. The Arlington High School Student Council is a self-governing body of twenty-four representatives elected by the four classes as well as two additional members chosen by the Arlington Technical High School. The Student Council reflects the ideas and opinions of the entire student body. This selected group of students is well able to assume the required responsibilities. All of the members exemplify the type of fine teen-agers we have in America today. The members of the student council are elected by the students in the early part of the school year. In the course of the year the Student Council sponsors several charitable projects; such as, a collection for the Junior Red Cross, the Heart Fund, and UNICEF. For the first time this year the Student Council was given the opportunity to do volunteer service at the Bedford Veteran ' s Hospital. A selected group from the school as a whole along with members of Student Council do volunteer service there once a week. With the help of the home economics department an Annual Teacher’s Tea is held early in October. The Student Council mem- bers act as hosts and hostesses to the faculty. This enables the teach- ers to get acquainted with the members of the council. In order to raise money for worth-while causes, the Student Council organizes an amateur show, an auction, a tag day, and afternoon dances, func- tions in which all the high school students may participate. With the able guidance of Miss Theresa Binning, the Student Council has had another successful year. RICHARD H. AHLBERG 229 Highland Avenue ELIZABETH L. ALOSSO 10 Trowbridge Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G. S. 2, 3; Girls’ Choir Treasurer 3; Office Asst. 3; Tennis V. 1; Honor Roll. CECILIA A. ALBANESE 105 Everett Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Cheer- leader 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Cl ub Librarian 1, 2; Harmo- nettes 3; Student Council 2. Tg.y ' TTr’ --gssfsiisp! JOHN C. ALBANO 529 Summer Street JOHN J. ALBERTS 24 Princeton Road RICHARD P. ALEO 20 Chandler Street NANCI A. ANANIKIAN 5 Lockeland Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle I, 3; G. S. 3; Girls’ Choir 2, Asst. Treasurer 3; Student Council 2, Secretary 3; Softball J. V. 1, 2, V. 3. MARIE ANDERSON 8 Williams Street JULIA ANDERSON 39 Tomahawk Road Office Asst. 2, 3. 16 ALYCE M. ARNAUD 5 Ernest Road Allied Youth 2. 3; Chronicle I, 3; Dramatic Club 3. ROBERT G. ARENA 90 Hathaway Circle Eootball V. 1, 2; V. Co-Cap- tain 3; Indoor Track V. 2, 3; Outdoor Track V. 2, 3; Senior Class Treasurer. NANCY E. ATKINSON 3 1 Tufts Street G. S. 1; Office Asst. 2, 3. DENISE L. ARONSON 5 Littlejohn Street Allied Youth 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3; Office Asst. I, 2, 3; Eield Hockey TV. 1. CAROLYN T. AUEIERO 14 Granton Park Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. DAVID R. AUSTIN 39 Milton Street GENE E. BAILEY 37 Pleasant View Road G. S. 1, 2, 3 Treasurer; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Har- monettes 2, 3. JUDITH V. BAKER 3 1 Amherst Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle Latin Club Socius Ludorum Office Asst. 2; Honor Roll. 3; PETER R. BAKER 3; 21 Stevens Terrace Allied Youth 3. 17 RICHARD L. BARNABY 16 Aerial Street Dance Band 1, 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Projection Club 1, 2; Football J.V. 1. JANE F. BARRETT 16 Cleveland Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1; Office Asst. 1, 2; Honor Roll. JANICE E. BANKS 127 Florence Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; G. S. 1, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2. PATRICIA BARLAS 1 12 Park Avenue, Ext. Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1; Dramatic Club 1; Art Club 1 . RUTH J. BARTON 105 Wright Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3; Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 3; Yearbook 3. JEANNETTE BARTER 9 Wright Street STEPHEN W. BEARDSLEY 14 Mount Vernon Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 3; Student Council 3; Football J.V. 1, 2; French Club 3. MARLENE E. BECKER 33 Milton Street Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2, 3. 18 JAMES L. BELCASTRO 174 Wood Street, Lexington MARYBELLE D. BELCHER 41 Hawthorne Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Inter- Nations Club Treasurer 3. MARTHA H. BELDEN 17 Oak Knoll Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 3. PAUL D, BENGTSON 18 Cedar Avenue Science Club 1 . RICHARD A. BERTOCCI 243 Park Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2, 4; Debating Club 4; Inter-Nations Club Vice-President 4; Latin Club 4; Honor Roll. DAVID W. BERNARD 3 Lanark Road GERALDINE M. BERBERIAN 70 Sunset Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook 3. WARREN W. BERGLUND 272 Broadway Band I; Library Corps 2, 3; Projection Club 1, 2. 19 PAUL C. BISHOP 151 Wollaston Avenue Allied Youth 3. PHYLLIS C. BISHOP 151 Wollaston Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; G. S. I. 2. BARBARA A. BIERENBROODSPOT 15 Reservoir Road Chronicle 2, 3 Copy Editor; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 3; Honor Roll. CHRISTINA BEUCLER 107 Eairmont Street SUSAN L. BLAISDELL 89 Ridge Street Allied Youth 3. CAROL A. BLANCO 25 Piedmont Street Allied Youth 3. EDWARD C. BONACCORSO 37 Alton Street JEREMIAH A. BORSINI 67 Decatur Street Student Council 1, 2. 20 EDWARD J. BOUDREAU 18 Moccasin Path Allied Youth 3; S cience Club I, 2, 3; Golf V. I, 2, 3. MARIE E. BOTTA 49 Decatur Street Allied Youth 3; Office Asst. 3. JOAN M. BOWLER 15 Norcross Street Chronicle 3; Lunchroom Asst. I, 3. KENNETH BOVA 4 Pamela Drive Allied Youth 3; Eootball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. THOMAS J. BOYLE 85 Cleveland Street CAROL B. BROADBENT 59 Paul Revere Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3. JUDITH W. BRAYTON 6 Wachusett Avenue Allied Youth 4; G. S. 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3, 4. LINDA K. BROWN 2 Elorence Terrace Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club I; Girls’ Choir 2, 3. ROBERT E. BROWN 163 Charlton Street 21 SANDRA J. BROWN 1 173 Massachusetts Avenue Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2. JOYCE F. BUNKER 15 Central Street JUDITH A. BURGESS 64 Marathon Street Allied Youth 3. ULICK M. BURKE 16 Montague Street VIRGINIA M. BURKE 80 Newport Street Allied Youth 3; Field Hockey 3; French Club 3. KATHLEEN T. CALLAHAN 50 Florence Avenue Allied Youth 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Basketball J.V. 1; Field Hockey J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Honor Roll. DAVID W. BUTLER 1 1 Venner Road Inter-Nations Club Vice-Presi- dent 2. LOUISE E. CALDERONI 56 Piedmont Street G. S. 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. BARBARA A. CAMMARATA 50A Fairmont Street 22 PAUL R. CAMPBELL KATHLEEN CARAMANIS 105 Grafton Street 56 Egerton Road Allied Youth 3; Eootball V. 2, 3. RONALD V. CARLINO 78 Decatur Street JOAN H. CARROLL 185 Forest Street Allied Youth 3. RAYMOND D. CARUSO 160 Wollaston Avenue Projection Club 1, 2, 3; Base- ball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Basketball V. Manager 1, 2, 3; Cross Country J.V. 3; Football J.V. 1. MARY ALICE CASAZZA 97 Massachusetts Avenue Chronicle 3. BARBARA CASTAGNOLI 16 Kipling Road Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 1, 3. DONALD J. CATALANO 62 Marathon Street ELIZABETH A. CASEY 57 Gray Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Debating Club Treasurer 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2; Yearbook 3. 23 JANET E. COLBURN 6 Puritan Road Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 2, 3; Honor Roll. MAUREEN A. CAVANAGH 2 1 Harvard Street Allied Youth 4; G. S. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir 3, 4; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll. ELIZABETH H. CHAN 289 Mystic Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2; G. S. 2; Glee Club 1; Inter-Nations Club 3. ■ MARIE A. CIRILLO 18 Virginia Road ROBERT P. COLEMAN 50 Percy Road, Lexington Office Asst. 3; Student Council I, 2. GERARD C. COLETTA 205 Waverly Street Allied Youth 3; Science Club 2; Honor Roll. JOHN J. COLLINS 553 Summer Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Eootball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Out- door Track 2. ROBERT M. COMMINS 1 1 Ottawa Road 24 CAROLE P. CORCORAN 19 Wollaston Avenue Allied Youth 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 2, 3; Latin Club 3. JEANETTE M. COREY 254 Elorence Avenue RALPH W COOK 23 Jason Street Allied Youth 2; Outdoor Track 2, 3. RUTH E. CORBIN 1 1 1 Eastern Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3; Art Club Secretary 1, 2; G. S. L 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2. ROBERTA R. COSTLEY 55 Florence Avenue Chronicle 2, 3 Assistant Edi- tor; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; Lat- in Club 3; R.V.T. 2; Honor Roll. THEODORE COUTCHAVLIS 177 Park Avenue PATRICIA A. COVENO 15 Pine Ridge Road MAUREEN A. COX 14 Parker Street Allied Youth 3. 25 LESLIE M. CRUWYS 18 Huntington Road Allied Youth 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2 Secretary, 3. 1 1 Dartmouth Street Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. SHIRLEY I. CROCKER 283 Ridge Street Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. CLIEEORD A. CROSBY 40 Eremont Street ROSEMARY J. CURTIS 24 Cornell Street Allied Youth 3. THOMAS J. CURTIN 7 Fairmont Street Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Foot- ball J.V. 1. 26 MARCIA J. DALRYMPLE 16 Pine Ridge Road G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Latin Club 3. ALICE M. DALTON 38 Fairview Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; Debating Club 3; G. S. 3; Office Asst. 1 . Rogers High School, Newport, R. L; Pep Nite (trampoline); Recreational Leadership, R.O. T.C.; Future Farmers of Amer- ica. DONNA M. DALRYMPLE 52 Moulton Road MAURICE M. CUTTING 21 Newland Road FREDERICK P. DANIELS 130 Massachusetts Avenue PAUL C. DAVIDSON 164 Mt. Vernon Street Chronicle 2, 3. RAYMOND A. DE CAMPO 14 Dorothy Road CAROL R. DANNENBERG 25 Glen Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3 Vice-Presi- dent, 4 President; Cheerleader 3, 4; Chronicle 1, 2 Business- Manager, 3 Club Editor, 4 Feature Editor; Latin Club 4 Soda Ludorum; Honor Roll. CAROLE A. D’ARRIGO 154 Gardner Street 27 LAWRENCE A. DECAREAU 53 Alpine Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Student Council I; Football J. V, I, 2. CHARLES B. DEWING 176 Pleasant Street Allied Youth 1. 2, 3; Dramatic Club I, 2, 3; G. S. I, 2, 3; Cross Country V. 2, 3; Indoor Track V. 2. 3; Outdoor Track V. 2. 3. RODNEY C. DE FILIPPIS 5 Old Middlesex Path Allied Youth 3. RICHARD J. DELAY 34 Swan Place Allied Youth I, 3; Chronicle 3; Library Corps 2, 3 Vice President; Student Council 2, 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. JOHN H. DERBY 237 Appleton Street Band I, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3 President; G. S. I, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2 Secretary; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. DAVID DEROW 8 College Avenue FRANCES D. DI FRANCO 22 Pondview Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Latin Club 3; Field Hockey J. V. 1. 2, 3; Softball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3 Varsity Captain. HELEN M. DI FAZIO 122 Newport Street Chronicle 3. DONNA J. DIXON 94 Menotomy Road Chronicle 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2. 28 DONALD M. DODGE 80 Waverly Street JOHN T. DONAHUE 3 1 Pondview Road ALICE I. DOHERTY 23 Heard Road Allied Youth 3; Eield Hockey V. 3; Softball J.V. 2, 3. DANIEL E. DONOVAN 1 1 Peirce Street Lunchroom Treasurer 2. MARY E. DONOVAN 272 Appleton Street G. S. 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Harmonettes 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. PATRICIA A. DONOVAN 191 Mystic Street JAMES B. DRISCOLL 107 Hibbert Street Allied Youth 3; Baseball V. 1, 2, 3 Captain; Basketball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Eootball V. 1, 2, 3 Co-Captain. PAULINE C. DONALDSON 3 1 Boulevard Road PATRICIA A. DRISCOLL 103 Oakland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Latin Club 3; Eield Hockey J. V. 1, 2, V. 3. 29 MICHELE DURYEA 20 Milton Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3. JAMES M. EARLS 47 Ronald Road PATRICIA M. EGAN 35 Bonad Road Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 3; Latin Club 3; Class Secretary 2, 3; Field Hockey Manager 3; Tennis V. 1, 2, 3 Captain; Honor Roll. LINDA E. EINZIG 53 Yerxa Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Ban d 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 3; Orchestra 1 Secretary, 2, 3 President. PAUL A. ELLINGWOOD 89 Massachusetts Avenue JOHN ERCOLINI 17 Linwood Street EILEEN R. ESTRELLA 68 Margaret Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer- leader 4; Chronicle li 4; Latin Club 4 Scriha; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Office Asst. 2, 3; Honor Roll. FREDERIC P. FAIRCHILD 17 Bartlett Avenue Allied Youth 1. 2, 3 Vice-Pres- ident; Student Council 3; Cross Country J.V. 2, V. 3; Indoor Track V. 2, 3; Outdoor Track J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. 30 BARBARA A. FENNELL 34 Walnut Street Chronicle 3. LIVIA E. FEROLITO 65 Lake Street Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2. PETER W, FARNUM 272 Renfrew Street THOMAS A. FEEHAN 16 Belknap Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Basketball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Football J.V. 1. SHEILA R. FINNEGAN 79 Spy Pond Parkway Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 2 Exchange Editor, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Library Corps 2, 3; Office Asst. 1; Honor Roll. ROBERT M. FITZGERALD 1 1 River Street NAN C. FITZPATRICK 29 Wachusett Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice- President; Chronicle 2, 4 Car- toonist: Latin Club 4 Soda Litdorum: Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3 Vice- President, 4. 31 DONNA L. GAGNER 21 Linwood Street Officer Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook 3 PAUL H. FREDERICK 28 Forest Street Indoor Track Manager 2. JOSEPH A. GAETA 1 8 Magnolia Street Chronicle 2, 3; Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3. ANN M. GALLAGHER 74 Orvis Road Office Asst. 1, 3; Yearbook 3. PAUL FLANNERY 102 Mt. Vernon Street Projection Club 1. MARCIA GALLIGAN 29 High Haith Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; French Club 3; Honor Roll. KARIN L. FRIIS 68 Cedar Avenue Glee Club 1; Library Corps 2, 3; R.V.T. 2, 3. ROSEMARY GALLUZZO 42A Magnolia Street Lunchroom 1; Office Asst. 3; Yearbook 3. JOSEPH W. FUREY 9 Perkins Street Allied Youth 2; Chronicle 3. KENNETH J. GARRITY 63 Brattle Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; G. S. 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3. JAMES J. GANOTA 106 Rhinecliff Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Baseball J.V. 1; Hockey J.V. 1, 2; Tennis V. 3. MARILYN GALVIN 29 Cheswick Road Lunchroom 2; Field Hockey J.V. 1. GERALD L. GEAGAN 57 Sunset Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. STANLEY W. GENTHER 30 Milton Street Honor Roll. LOIS A. GEORGE 40 Rublee Street G. S. 3; Lunchroom 1, 2, 3. JAMES GILFILLAN 51 Morningside Drive Cross Country V. 2; Indoor Track V. 2, 3 Captain; Outdoor Track V. 2, 3. PRISCILLA A. GILLIS 12 Grand View Road Allied Youth 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; G. S. 1, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Inter-Nations Club 3 Secretary: R.V.T. 1. 33 JOHN P. GIORDANO 25 Gardner Street Football J.V. 1, 2, V. 3. RICHARD A. GIUFFRE 36 Churchill Avenue Allied Youth 3; Debating Club 3; Baseball J.V. 1; Tennis 3. SUSAN M. GOLDEN 1 13 Medford Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3. ROBERT H. GOODENOUGH 10 Bailey Road Cross Country 2; Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3. ALLEN H. GOSS 22 Perkins Street Dramatic Club 1; Library Corps 3; R.V.T. 2, 3. VINCENT E. GOVONI 21 Pond Lane Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Bas- ketball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3 Co-Cap- tain; Cross Country V. 3. MARCIA M. GOTT 90 Churchill Avenue Chronicle 1, 2, Publicity Man- ager 3; Art Club 1, Vice-Pres- ident 2; Library Corps 1, Chairman Art Committee 2, 2nd Vice-President 3; Year- book Art Editor 2, 3; Office Asst. 1; Honor Roll. WILLIAM J. GRANNAN 3 1 1 Massachusetts Avenue Senior Class President; Library Corps 2, 3; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Basketball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3 Co-Captain; Eootball J.V. 2, V. 3; Chronicle 3. EVA P. GRAY 14 Belknap Street 34 DIANE E. GRAZIANO DONNA M. GRAZIANO 14 Brand Street 20 Thesda Street Allied Youth 3. JOSEPH E. GREEN 30 Amsden Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1, 3; Latin Club 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Outdoor Track J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. SUSAN J. GUNZELMANN 193 Spring Street Chronicle 3; Field Hockey J V. 1, V. 2. ROBERT A. HAGG 152 Brattle Street PAMELEE E. HAIGH 61 Lowell Street Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2. EDWARD D. HAGOPIAN 175 Palmer Street LINDA J. HAMILTON 62 Nicod Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Office Asst. 1; Field Hockey J.V. 1; V. 2, 3; Tennis V. 2, 3. MARJORIE E. HANCOCK 23 Carl Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 3. 35 PATRICIA A. HANNAFORD 8 Harvard Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 1; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Office Asst. 2, 3. DIANE HANSON 176 Newport Street Allied Youth 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook 3. MARGARET M. HANRAHAN 1 1 Harlow Street Office Asst. 3; Yearbook 3; Honor Roll. CHARLES T. HANNAEORD 19 Nicod Street DORIS A. HAROLD 97 Claremont Avenue Chronicle 3; Eield Hockey J.V. 1 JEANNE P. HARRISON 247 Park Avenue Chronicle 3; Latin Club 3; Li- brary Corps 1, 2, 3; R.V.T. 1, President 2; Erench Club 3. ROBERT HAUSER, JR. 10 Cleveland Street Chess 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Cross Country J.V. 2, 3; In- door Track 3; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA M. HAWKES 19 Sutherland Road Allied Youth 3; Glee Club 3. 36 NANCY L. HENDRIGAN 34 Cliff Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; Debating Club 3; G. S. 3. VIVIAN M, HENDERSON 219 Wollaston Avenue Allied Youth 3; Office Asst. 3; Yearbook 3. SANDRA J. HEWSON 95 Medford Street MARY E. HICKSON 9 Mary Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G. S. 3. BRIAN M. HIGGINS 123 Oakland Avenue DENNIS A. HIGGINS Office Asst. 2, 3; Student Coun- 29 Avon Place cil 3. Office Asst. 3. 37 JOSEPH C. HIGGINS 404 Massachusetts Avenue Office Asst. 3; Student Council 3. NANCY HOLLAND 179 Hillside Avenue Chronicle 1, 2, 4; Girls’ Choir 3; Inter-Nations Club 2; Latin Club 4 Consul Secundus; Li- brary Corps 2, 3, President 4; Orchestra 3; Honor Roll. WILLIAM F. HOLLINGSWORTH 206 Wachusett Avenue EDWARD B. HOUSER 159 Washington Street Football J.V. 1, 2, V. 3. CURTIS V. H. HOWARD 215 Crosby Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Debating Club 3; Basketball 1; Tennis 1. FRANCES P. HOWARD 29 Walnut Terrace Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 3; Office Asst. 3. JOHN A. HOWELL 12 Lincoln Street Chronicle 1, 3; Glee Club 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; Science Club 3; French Club President 3; Math Team 3; Honor Roll. JOSEPH R. HYNES 21 Daniels Street HELEN R. INGRAM 89 Decatur Street Allied Youth 3; Lunchroom 2, 3. 38 FLETCHER IVEY 7 Lakeview Golf 3. LEONARD W. JACKSON 46 Ronald Road CAROLYN W. JARVIS 500 Summer Street Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; G. S. 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2; Allied Youth 1, 3. ERIC L. JOHNSON 163 Highland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Dramatic Club 3; Lunchroom 3. MARILYN E. JOHNSON 98 Spring Avenue Band 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; G. S. 1, 3; Glee Club 1, 3. LOIS A. JONES 53 Kilsythe Road PETER E. JOHNSON 3 1 Summit Street CATHERINE J. JEEFERSON 5 Reed Street Chronicle 3; G. S. 2, 3; Ten- nis J.V. 2, V. 3. SYLVIA L. JUDD 79 Harlow Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 3; Harmonettes 3. 39 DENNIS P. KALLIS 29 Egerton Road Allied Youth 3; Eootball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3 Cap- tain. STEVEN KAPSALIS 24 Chandler Street ARTHUR J. KEANEY 204 Summer Street Office Asst. 2, 3. ERANK KASPARIAN 259 Mystic Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Baseball J.V. 1; Hon- or Roll. ALLAN G. KEIRSTEAD 27A Linwood Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Student Council 3; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2. 3; Eootball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; WILLIAM E. KELLY Hockey V. 1, 2, 3. 296 Summer Street ERNEST R. KEMERY 15 Einley Street Yearbook 2, 3. KATHLEEN F. KENERSON 99 Grafton Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1. 40 CLAUDIA L. KENNEY 9 Sawin Street Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3. KATHLEEN L. KENNEDY 35 Amsden Street R. SANDRA KERR 58 Beverly Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; Tennis V. 2, 3, Vice- President 2, 3. STEVEN C. KLETJIAN 26 Kensington Park DEIRDRE KNUEPFER 26 Bailey Road Allied Youth 4; Chronicle 1, 2, 3, 4; G. S. 3, 4; Office Asst. 2. BEVERLY M. KOBY 23 Lincoln Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3, 4; Debating Club 4; G. S. PHYLLIS A. LAMARRE 66 Mystic Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Field Hockey J.V. 3. DAVID S. KEYES 43 Pine Ridge Road Band I, 2, 3; Projection Club 3. GERALDINE M. LANDRY 7 Palmer Street 41 WILLIAM LA POINTE 52 Windsor Street VIC TOR F. LARKIN 22 Lanark Road NANCY L. LASALLE 182 Brattle Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, President 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 2, 3. STANLEY R. LASHOTO 15 Langley Road DOUGLAS W. LAWSON 12 Lockeland Avenue C. DAVID LEVERONE 46 Bow Street MARY E. LEAVER 32 Addison Street Chronicle 3. NANCI A. LEVERONE 12 Monadnock Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3; Debating Club 3; G. S. 3; Office Asst. 1, 2; Honor Roll. PETER J. LAX 29 Linwood Street Allied Youth 2. 3; Chronicle 3; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Hock- ey V. 1, 2, 3 Co-Captain. 42 RICHARD J. LEVERONI 16 Orlando Avenue Allied Youth 2; Football J.V. BETTY B. LEWIS 1 13 Sylvia Street Allied Youth 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; R.V.T. 1. WILLIAM A. LEWIS 50 Claremont Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 2 Vice-President; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3 Co- Captain; Outdoor Track V. 1, 2, 3. JEAN M. LICCIARDI 359 Appleton Street Allied Youth 3. JEAN B. LITTLEFIELD 62 Fisher Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; G. S. I, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Latin Club 3; Library Corps 1, 2 Sec- retary, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. LETITIA A. LIONETTA 98 Palmer Street Chronicle 3; Honor Roll. JAMES J. LOFTUS 32a Fairmont Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Field Hock- ey J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Football V. 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track V. 1, 3. ROBERT J. LIVOTI 29 Avon Place Football J.V. 1; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track V. 1, 2, 3. 43 WILLIAM P. LOPEZ 78 Gardner Street FREDERICK LONSDALE 95 Sunnyside Avenue Latin Club 3. GERALD T. LOPILATO 55 Newland Road DAVID E. LOVELL 4 Longmeadow Road SUSAN P. LORD 1 1 3 Franklin Street Chronicle 3. RICHARD J. LUONGO 20 Udine Street Office Asst. 3. PATRICIA M. LYNCH 65 Freeman Street Allied Youth 3; Glee Club 3. MARYANN J. LYONS 348 Mystic Street MARY B. MacDONALD 30 Menotomy Road Office Asst. 3; Yearbook 3. 44 KATHLEEN E. MacDOUGAL 101 Churchill Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. MARTHA E. MacFARLANE 25 Putnam Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Major- ettes 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 3. LINDA A. MacGREGOR 61 Paul Revere Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Li- brary Corps 1, 2 3 Secretary. WESLEY G. MacMULLEN 84 Morningside Drive CHARLES W. MAHER 19 Amherst Street Indoor Track 1, 2; Outdoor Track 2. SANDRA A. MacQUESTON 14 School Street Chronicle 1, 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 3. JOAN F. MAGURN 845 Concord Turnpike Allied Youth 1, 3; Chronicle 3. MARYANN E. MACKLIN 7 Village Lane Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 3 Advertising Manager; Of- fice Asst. I; French Club 3. DAVID M. MAHONEY 27 Wall Street 45 JEAN A. MAHONEY 69 School Street Allied Youth 1; Chronicle 3. BARBARA A. MARCHAND 17 Belknap Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2, 3. DALE V. MAITLAND 28 Magnolia Street RICHARD S. MALVEY 88 Ronald Road Outdoor Track V. 2. ANTHONY E. MANFREDI 44 Oakland Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Cross Coun- try V. 2, 3; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track V. 1,2, 3. JOSEPH L. MANTONE 5 Dorothy Road SHIRLEY A. MARCHANT 15 Court Street JANET A. MARCHESE 306 Forest Street Glee Club 1. JANICE R. MARCHESE 306 Forest Street Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 3. 46 JOSEPH J. MARCIANTE 126 North Union Street Eootball J.V. 1. CHARLES M. MARDIGIAN 147 Waverly Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Chronicle 3. FRED B. MARKER 33 Pilgrim Road Allied Youth 3. WILLIAM H. MARTIN 39 Tufts Street JOHN F. McCarthy 12 Egerton Road EDWARD A. MASSUCCO 3 Virginia Road Allied Youth 2. PATRICIA K. McAULEY 17 Mary Street Glee Club 2. ELLEN L. McCARROLL 16 Forest Street Office EILEEN McBAY 20 Lake Street Asst. 3. 47 KAY T. McHUGH 109 Scituate Street VIRGINIA A. McLaughlin 7 1 Warren Street G. S. 2, 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook 3; Honor Roll. KATHLEEN A. MCCARTHY 28 Hillside Avenue Chronicle 2. BETTY J. McGURL 18 Grove Street Place Allied Youth 1; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook 3. JAMES J. McMAHON 39 Eairview Avenue JOHN J. McNAMARA 153 Brattle Street CAROLE A. MEADOWS 5 Brattle Court Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Student Council 3; Yearbook 3. JOHN E. MEDEIROS 40 Warren Street G. S. 3. 48 JOAN A. MILLER 32 Dudley Street Allied Youth 1; Glee Club 2. CONSTANCE L. MITCHELL 124 Lowell Street RONALD L. MORELL 1 26 George Street G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Projection Club 1; Science Club 2, 3; R.V.T. Hospitality Chairman 2, President 3; Of- fice Asst. 1, 2, 3. ROBERT A. MOISAN 59 Stowecroft Road NANCY G. MORRISON 46 Washington Street Allied Youth 1; Chronicle 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 3; Basketball J.V. 1, 2, 3. WILMA M. MULLER 42 Cleveland Street Chronicle 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Latin Club 3; Library Corps 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. DAVID J. MURPHY 6 Park Street Place BETTY M. MORRISSEY 212 Renfrew Street Glee Club Treasurer 3, 4; Girls’ Choir 2; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; R.V.T. 1, 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Science Club 3, 4, MARY J. MUELLER 1 14 Ridge Street Allied Youth 3; Tennis V. 2, 3 49 MARY E. MURRAY 22 Fisher Road EDWARD W. NAGLE 54 Beverly Road Allied Youth 3; Basketball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. DORIS G. MURPHY 120 Broadway BEVERLY M. MURRAY 22 Hutchinson Road Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 3. DENNIS M. NOLAN 19 Indian Hill Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Band 3 Drum Major; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 Treasurer; G. S. 2, 3; Honor Roll. MARGUERITE F. NOCHELLA 125 Crescent Hill Avenue Art Club 1. JOHN C. NITCHIE 52 Hillsdale Road Inter-Nations Club 2. CASSANDRA C. NOBLE 74 Rhinecliff Street Library Corps 2, 3. 50 MARCIA M. NOLAN 12 Draper Avenue Band 1, 2, 3 Vice-President; Chronicle 2, 3; Orchestra 3; Allied Youth 3. KENNETH V. NORDSTROM 1 14 Pleasant Street Chronicle 2, 3; Debating Club 3; Latin Club 3 Primus Con- sul; Science Club 2, 3; Honor Roll. JOHN NUHIBIAN 27 Everett Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3 President; Physics Lab. Asst. 2, 3. DAVID R. O BRIEN 21 Highland Avenue CAROLE E. OHANIAN 79 Dothan Street BARBARA M. O’DONNELL 24 Dundee Road MARY-JULIE J. O’CONNELL 424 Massachusetts Avenue Honor Roll. SUSAN E. OICLES 27 Joyce Road Chronicle 1; Office Asst. 1. 51 KATHLEEN D. O’LEARY 15 Rawson Road ARTHUR J. O’LEARY 75 Jason Street BRUCE H. OLDHAM 1 19 Russell Street, Woburn KAREN A. O’LEARY 22 Bailey Road Chronicle Art Staff 1, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Allied Youth 3; Hon- or Roll. EVELYN C. OLEY 64 Highland Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. ERANK M. O’NEIL 63 Warren Street Lunchroom 1, 2, 3. LINDA L. OREALY 27 Eoxmeadow Lane G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Girls’ Choir 2, 3 Accompanist. DENNIS K. OLSZEWSKI 13 Chandler Street Allied Youth 3; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; French Club 3. RICHARD A. OMUNDSEN 261 Pheasant Avenue Projection Club 1, 2, 3. 52 RICHARD F. PANNIELLO 7 Hadley Court CLAIRE A. PARENTI 9 Piedmont Street ROBERT F. PARKER 100 Highland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Office Asst. 2; Voc. Student Council 3. RICHARD B. OSTERBERG 100 Massapoag Avenue, Sharon Allied Youth 3; Basketball J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Football V. 1, 2, 3. RANDALL A. PARR 47 Silk Street Allied Youth 3; Football J.V. 1, 2; French Club 3. SUSAN J. PARKER 27 Eabyan Street Allied Youth 1. BARBARA C. PEACOCK 27 Appleton Street ELIZABETH A. PANSUK 65 Park Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Inter-Nations Club 3; Honor Roll. CAROLYN E. PEDRO 67 Windsor Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Office Asst. 1, 3. I EDMUND W. PERRY 52 Beacon Street HELEN M. PERRY 20 Eoxmeadow Lane JUDITH L. PERRY 73 Varnum Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Basketball J.V. 1; Field Hockey J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. CAROL D. PETERSON 74 Cutter Hill Road Basketball J.V. 2, 3. LEONA A. PETRIDES 79 Hibbert Street STEPHEN G. PICONE 43 Temple Street Cross Country J.V. 3; Hockey J.V. 1, 2. PAUL J. PFEIFFER 30 Richfield Road G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Latin Club 3. LINDA B. PIGG 61 Aerial Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. ROBERT B. PIERCE 5 1 Jason Street Band 1, 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3. 54 DAVID G. PIKE 161 Gray Street Allied Youth 3. CHERYL A. PINDARI 21 Newcomb Street Allied Youth 2; Office Asst. 1, 2 . CAROL E. POIRIER 60 Windsor Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, President 3; Harmo- nettes 3; Office Asst. 1. ROBERT E. POMEROY 106 Hillside Avenue ANNE M. PRENDERGAST 60 Brattle Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3. ANTHONY V. PREVITE 29 Morningside Drive Allied Youth 3. THEODORE POTHIER 10 Quincy Street SANDRA J. POSEY 18 Pilgrim Road Chronicle 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. 55 MARY ANN PUBLICOVER 1 1 Huntington Road Office Asst. 3. PAULA J. RAAB 3 1 Chandler Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Art Club 2; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 3. F. ELAINE RACKLIFF 17 Trowbridge Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Glee Club 2. ANDREW P. RAISIS 15 Mary Street SUZAN M. REDGATE 35 Gardner Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Cheerleader BARBARA A. RAYMONDI 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; G. S. 67 Everett Street 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1 Secretary. MARTIN E. REID 69 Hishland Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3. NANCY L. RICE 43 Woodside Lane Allied Youth 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. ST l2 56 CHARLES E. RILEIGH 67 Paul Revere Road JUDITH A. ROBERTSON 12 Intervale Road Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Allied Youth I, 2, 3. ROSALIE RIPALDI 12 Woodland Street Chronicle 2, 3 Business Man- ager; Debating Clu b 3; G. S. 2, 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Honor Roll. PAULINE M. RISSER 9 Sawin Street Chronicle 2, 3. ANN M. RUSSELL 91 Egerton Road BARBARA E. ROOS 17 Wachusett Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3. JEANETTE E. ROUSSEAU 21 Alpine Street PAMELA RUGG 16 Spring Street Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3. 57 JOSEPH E. RUSSO 1 83 Pleasant Street Allied Youth 3; Band 3. BEVERLY A. RYER 15 Lakeview Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Office Asst. 3; Yearbook 3. JOSEPH N. SACCA PHILIP A. SACCO 38 Amsden Street 46 Pierce Street JAMES R. SANTOS 20 Dartmouth Street Band 2, 3 President; Orchestra 2, 3. DONALD SANTOS 293 Gray Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Student Council 3; French Club 3. JOHN S. SAKOIAN 25 Brunswick Road Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. PATRICIA M. SANTOLIQUIDO 1 15 Mary Street Chronicle 1, 2, 3, 4 Editor-in- Chief; Latin Club 4; Library Corps 2, 3; Science Club 3; Stamp Club 3; Honor Roll. 58 JOHN SARACENO WILLIAM J. SCAGLIONE 10 Hathaway Circle 68 Hathaway Circle JANE E. SCANNELL 10 Earmer Road Allied Youth 1; Chronicle 3. BARBARA A. SCHAEEFER 6 Dudley Street Place ADELLE SCHUDNACHOWSKI 736 Massachusetts Avenue Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Latin Club 3; Library Corps 2; Office Asst. 2, 3. PETER D. SEWALL 32 Arnold Street SUSAN P. SHARP 9 1 Winchester Road Allied Youth 2, 3; G. S. 3; Office Asst. 2, 3; Chronicle 3. LINDA K. SERFILIPPI 20 Bowdoin Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Latin Club 3; Basketball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Field Hockey V. 2, 3 Captain; Softball V. 1, 2, 3. PAUL G. SHEA 159 Newport Street Baseball J.V. 2, V. 3; Cross Country J.V. 3; Hockey J.V. 1, 2, V. 3. 59 ROGER S. SLACK 96 Jason Street KAROLYN I. SMITH 1 145 Massachusetts Avenue Office Asst. 3; Honor Roll. WILLIAM T. SMITH 19 Tufts Street Stamp Club 2 President; Honor Roll. HAROLD E. SONNICHSEN 37 Robin Hood Road Science Club 2, 3 Vice-Presi- dent: Physics Lab Asst. 3. 60 ANGELA SOPHIS 77 Fairmont Street STEPHEN W. SOUZA 34 Amsden Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Student Council 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. KAREN A. SPANEAS 41 Egerton Road Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Office Asst. 1. PAULINE R. SPENCE 104 Summer Street Allied Youth 1, 2 Correspond- ing Secretary, 3; Chronicle 1, 2, 3 Circulation Manager; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1 Pres- ident; Class Treasurer 2; Ten- nis V. 2, 3; Honor Roll. JOHN D. SPENGLER 189 Jason Street Allied Youth 3; R.V.T. 1; Sci- ence Club 1, 3; Cross Country V. 2, 3; Indoor Track 3; Out- door Track 2, 3. STEPHEN L. STABILE 169 Lake Street Dramatic Club 3. THERESE R. STANLEY 3 1 Melrose Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Office Asst. 1. THOMAS S. STENGER 4 Robin Hood Road Tennis 3. PETER G. STEVENS 10 Gray Circle Allied Youth 2; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 61 WILLIAM H. STEVENSON 24 Ottawa Road Cross Country V. 3; Indoor Track V. 3; Outdoor Track V. 2, 3. MARYLEES SUTTIE 25 1 Gray Street Allied Youth I, 2. 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 Secretary; G. S. I, 3; R.V.T. 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3 Sec- retary. RALPH A. STRATIS 99 Stowecroft Road Basketball J.V. 2. RUSSELL STURGIS 10 Jason Street JOSEPH P. SULLIVAN 1 1 Marathon Street ROBERT E. SWADKINS 29 Summer Street JAMES R. SYMONDS 14 Eayette Street Eootball J.V. 1; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. MELINDA B. TALCOTT 247 Wachusett Avenue Allied Youth 1, 3; Glee Club 1, 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Major- ettes 2, 3. 62 ROBERT E. TARTARINI 173 Mystic Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 2. PATRICIA L. TASSINARI 152 Lake Street Chronicle 1, 3; Dramatic Club 1; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir Vice-President 3; Office Asst. 1, 3. DONALD B. TEDFORD 13 Laurel Street Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. ANNA C. TERZIAN 1 192 Massachusetts Avenue WILLIAM TORPEY 74 Brooks Avenue Allied Youth 3; Football J.V. 1; Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3. LOUISE J. TORENTO 1 10 Robbins Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Office Asst. 2, 3. DEBORAH L. THOMPSON 1 1 8 Warren Street PATRICIA R. TIEDE 19 Eustis Street Allied Youth 2, 3, 4; G. S. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir 3, 4 Secretary; Harmo- nettes 4; Office Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll. 63 KATHLEEN D. TRAINOR 853 Massachusetts Avenue Glee Club 2. MILTIADES C. VARGELIS 1318 Massachusetts Avenue Eootball J.V. 1; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track 1. LORRAINE VENDICE 3 1 Thesda Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chronicle 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Office Asst. 2, 3; Yearbook 3; JOSEPH J. VENDITTI WALTER C. VERNEY Honor Roll. 26 Hancock Street 56 School Street PATRICIA A. VAUGHAN 53 Wollaston Avenue ARTHUR VALLIERE 50 Gloucester Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Projection Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. ALICE M. TOTTEN 146 Summer Street RICHARD E. VAN VALKENBURGH 39 Hospital Road Eootball V. 1, 3. JON R. WALLACE 277 Renfrew Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Basketball J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3. MARIAN R. VINCENT 43 Overlook Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. CHRISTINE A. VINCENT 19 Churchill Avenue Allied Youth 2; Office Asst. 2, 3. DAVID M. WALSH 9 1 Newland Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Eootball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Hockey J.V. 1; Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3. CLYDE R. WARD 74 Ronald Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Cross Country V. 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3; Out- door Track V. 1, 2, 3. SANDRA J. WARREN 87 Bay State Road ROBERT F. WELCH 95 Franklin Street Lunchroom 1, 2. THOMAS K. WHELTON 36 Robbins Road DOUGLAS C. WHITE 40 Walnut Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Chronicle 3. 65 SUSAN M. WHITNEY 32 Crawford Street PATRICIA A. WHITE 164 Park Avenue Library Corps 1, 2; Honor Roll. SHELTON WICKER 14 Peter Tufts Road Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Bas- ketball V. Manager 1, 2, 3; Eootball J.V. 1, 2. ERANCIS G. WILl WERTH 216 Hillside Avenue Allied Youth 3; G. S. 3; Ten- nis 1 . CAROL E. WILSON 1 1 Pelham Terrace Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 1; Dramatic Club 2, 3. BRUCE S. WILLIAMS 48 Eoster Street WALTER WRIGHT 3 Vista Circle 66 ELLEN R. WYMAN 215 Pleasant Street Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll. KIMBALL WYMAN 50 Hillside Avenue Allied Youth 1, 3. PHYLLIS J. YETERIAN 44 Magnolia Street Chronicle 3. CLAYTON G. ZUCKER 1 1 Endicott Road Allied Youth Treasurer 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Yearbook Edito- rial Staff 3; Class President 2; Cross Country V. 1, 2, 3; In- door Track V. 1, 2, 3. CAMERA SHY KENNETH BRADY THOMAS E. FARNHAM, JR. THOMAS J. BURKE ERNEST A. CAPEL PAUL M. CARROLL GEORGE CHATEAUNEUF DOUGLAS B. COOMBER JAMES R. CRESS DONALD C. DELANO ROY G. FITZPATRICK SUSAN J. FREDO STEPHEN G. GRADIE BENNETT D. HALPRIN ELIZABETH J. JENSEN FREDERICK J. LIVINGSTONE MICHAEL R. MIRANDA VINCENT J. MIRANDA JOHN K. MURPHY EDWARD T. PRESTON SHIRLEY A. TOTTEN CLASS HISTORY The high school years involve the student in intel- lectual awakenings, gradual development of his matur- ity, and good times. Since no two individuals gain ex- actly the same experiences or rewards for their efforts, no two classes, consisting of individuals, value the same memories in the same way. Every class has benefited from advanced methods of teaching, new text books, and devoted teachers. The Class of 1962 have accepted challenges and reached different goals that may or may not have been inherited from former graduating classes. Although a reflection upon statistics, dates, and events can not capture a true picture of the activities of the Class of 1962, all of these have helped mold memories for all of its members. The change in the school system in September of 1959 from a three to a four year senior high school made our class the last one to enter as sophomores. During that year we also played our last traditional football game with our old rival, Melrose, on Thanks- giving Day. In December the Dramatic Club play. The Match- maker, was presented and enjoyed by all who saw it. As a forerunner of a joyous Christmas vacation, a Christmas assembly put everyone in a holiday mood. After the Christmas holidays, our track and basket- ball teams weren’t too successful; but the hockey team won six out of seven games. At the end of January in 1960, the presenting of athletic achievement awards at an assembly made many of us very happy, indeed. In February, members of our class also won awards in art. The first science fair at Arlington High School, put on by the Science Club, came in March. The seventeen exhibits varied immensely with something to please 67 everyone. The two winners of first prizes went to a state fair with their exhibits. In March, also, the bas- ketball team ended their season by beating Watertown for a total of six wins and ten losses. April gave us a second assembly for athletic achieve- ment awards. Later in April The Mikado, presented by the Gilbert and Sullivan Club, was a wonderful suc- cess. The actors stirred the audience to laughter many times. During April, too, the Chess Club also finished in the first position in the Greater Boston Chess League while outdoor work was started by the track team. In May, clubs and sports teams finished the season with final get-togethers and elections of officers for the coming year. June found us filled with impatience for the closing of school, but we were burdened with studying for final examinations. Thus, ended our first year in a much more adult world than we had experienced in our ear- lier school life. Soon after returning from summer vacation we be- gan the activities of our junior year. The football team completed a very successful season by defeating Gloucester in a new Thanksgiving Day rivalry. Soon following that event, the Dramatic Club presented a delightful interpretation of A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur ' s Court. Christmas vacation was a welcome change but very short as usual. Upon our return we were notified that juniors would soon take the Merit Scholarship Exam- inations and the Scholastic Aptitude Tests. The winter sports program included the participa- tion of the hockey team in the State Tournament; the basketball team in the Tech. Tourney; and the track team’s winning their division championship. With the arrival of spring, the Gilbert and Sullivan Club successfully presented The Mockingbird, a story of old New Orleans. The climax of the year was the Junior Prom, held at the Hotel Continental. It was the largest in the his- tory of the school and one of the most enjoyable events of the year. After completing the College Board and final exam- inations, everyone departed to enjoy his summer activ- ities. As the summer of 1961 ended and September ar- rived, we eagerly anticipated our final year as seniors at Arlington High School. We began classes earnestly, knowing this would be a busy year with much respon- sibility. The clubs and other activities began their sea- sons with the groups — the Debating Club, the French Club, and the Mathematics Team — newly added to the school’s program. The football team accomplished the first undefeated season since 1949 and was re- warded with a trip to Miami, Florida, during the Christmas holidays. As the Arlington High School eleven finished its season, the basketball and the hock- ey teams began their schedules. In December the Dra- matic Club presented a most enjoyable production of the play. Our Town, and many seniors took the Scho- lastic Aptitude Tests. As we began the new year of 1962, many of us either had been accepted by a college or were busy filing ap- plications. Studying on through the winter and the spring, we also were occupied with many activities and thoughts of future events. In March the Science Club presented its third annual science fair, and April brought the Gilbert and Sullivan Club’s annual production. This year it was a variety show, containing excerpts from many successful Broad- way presentations. To conclude a never-to-be-forgotten senior year, there came the senior prom, the senior class day dance, the class day program, and finally graduation day exercises. Memories of these events will linger with us for years to come. Our senior year was one of termination, but it was also a threshold of embarkation upon a new phase of our lives. The Class of 1962 has had the distinction of having had the first Arlington High School Freshmen for many years among its members. In September 1958 two groups of students from both Junior High School West and Junior High School East came to the high school and attended classes; they benefited from the facilities and activities at Arlington High School. On the follow- ing September, these two groups were joined by the rest of the Class of 1962. With graduation exercises their high school years terminate, and the members of the Class of 1962 scatter to many places to seek fur- ther education in their chosen professions or to tackle actual jobs in life. They are prepared to meet the chal- lenge of society and to become successful and mean- ingful citizens. 68 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP The National Merit Scholarship Cor- poration is an organization concerned solely with scholarships and as a result of an intensive testing program, six Ar- lington High School students were se- lected as semi-finalists for this program. Their distinguished performance on these nationwide selection tests has brought great honor to the Arlington High School. SEMI FINALISTS — B. Morrissey, N. Holland, E. Sonnichsen, K. Garrity, J. Howell, D. Derow. Six additional students have been awarded Certificates of Merit by the Na- tional Merit Scholarship Corporation for excellent performance on the selection tests. CERTIFICATE OF MERIT — D. Nolan, P. Santoliquido, L. Pigg, J. Little- field, J. Harrison, R. McLean. 70 The Arlington High School Debating Club was re-activated this year after a lengthy absence. Much of the season was devoted to the internal re-organization of the club, although many interesting debates were held. Among the highlights of the club’s activities, one must mention the critical and often humorous com- ments of our faculty advisor and of our contemporaries as we struggled to learn to think on our feet. We are facing the future with confi- dence as our attendance records show that more than a half of the membership comes from underclassmen who will, with their experience, make our meetings stimulating. The club, depending upon the level of progress reached, is contemplating par- ticipating in several interscholastic de- bates, the Springfield Model Congress, and other related activities. Though we may not attend all of these this year, the membership deserves a hearty, well-done, for their first year’s achievements. DEBATING TEAM E. Casey, Treasurer; L. Leverone, Mr. Harris B. Siegel, C. Howard, President; W. Holland, H. Boroyan, D. Watson, Secretary. Five times this year the Arlington High School Mathematics Team rode in Mr. Eaton’s and Mr. Sampson’s cars and headed for Arlington High’s first set of meets in mathematics. The mathemat- ics team is a new club this year. Mr. Eaton or- ganized Arlington’s team, while Mr. Sampson has been helping him with their transportation and morale. Arlington High’s Math Team is a mem- ber of the Metropolitan League, which consists of nine schools in the area; Revere, Lexington, Winchester, Haverhill, North Cambridge Cath- olic, Malden Catholic, Swampscott, Matignon, and Arlington. The meets in which the members participate are simply organized tests in mathe- matics. Each of the five members chosen for any one meet can compete separately in three of the five tests offered. After the five tests, the team works as a unit on a sixth “team” question. The league champion is the team that gets the most total points during the year. So far, Arlington has won a third and a first place and is second in the league standing. All the members of the Ar- lington team have found the meets a challenge and have had a very good time. MATH TEAM Row I : W, Holland. N. Fletcher, W. Robertie. Row 2: J. Cole, E. Sonnichsen, B. Perry, P. Russell, E. Kasparian. 71 ALLIED YOUTH Row 1: C. Zucker, Treasurer; C. Dannenberg, President; P. Fairchild, Vice- President; P. Gillis, Secretary. Row 2: M. Coffey, S. Freyer, H. Edwards, G. Gilbert. In this, the sixth year of Allied Youth in Arlington High School, post 813 has advanced from an organization bare- ly in existence to one of the most active groups in Arlington High School. To carry out its purpose, to educate stu- dents against the dangers of alcohol and to promote social functions where alco- hol has no place, this year’s A.Y.’ers participated in an educational program which included speakers and panels con- cerned with the problems of young peo- ple. Several dances were sponsored throughout the season, highlighted by the “Coke-Tail Kickoff” in October, honor- ing the Arlington High School football teams. On November 16, forty-one delegates attended the International Conference at Buckhill Falls, Pennsylvania, an experi- ence that few will ever forget. Clad with Nova Scotia plaid ties, Texan hats, and armed with pages of addresses, the 1961 delegation sadly left new friends on No- vember 18 to bring home the inspiration and knowledge its members had acquired and to build a greater Allied Youth in Massachusetts. On May 4 and 5, 1962, post 813 realized its first Northeast Conference, the climactic event of the year. Songfests, workshops, speakers, and a Talent Show were but a small part of the extensive program, not to mention the many new friends that were made. To our successors and all Allied Youth, we leave the record of our accom- plishments, extend the best of luck for the future, and pledge our moral support wherever we may be. Last but not least, we shall be forever grateful to our advi- sor, Mr. Barrett, for making possible, par- ticipation in an organization that will al- ways be on the “top” of our high school memories. Row I: M. A. Macklin, Advertising Manager; P. Spence. Circulation Manager; C. Dannenberg, Feature Editor; R. Costley, Assistant Editor; P. Santoliqiiido, Editor-in-Chief; P. Riigg, Club Editor; R. Ripaldi, Business Manager; M. Gott; Publicity Manager; N. Fitzpatrick, Cartoonist. Row 2: P. Davidson, Technical Editor; L. Driscoll, Technical Editor; B. Bierenbroodspot, Copy Editor; R. Stanley, E.xchange Editor; J. Gaeta, Technical Editor; J. Fallon, Sports Editor; R. Gechijian, Photographer; R. DufFey, Technical Editor; A. Spector, Sports Editor. JOHN S. SAMPSON Adviser “When is The Chronicle coming out?” “What did you get for an assignment?” “Are you collecting assignments?” “Is there anything to be typed?” “Where are the ad proofs?” “Is this all the copy?” “Let ' s set up page one!” Always with such excited cries has each Chronicle gone to press — each of the issues which has chron- icled the exciting and interesting happenings and events of each month at Arlington High. This year as always, the climax of the year for The Chronicle staff was reached at the May banquet when Aunt Minerva’s identity was revealed and the new Chronicle staff was announced. To next year’s staff we extend our best wishes for a successful year and ask, “When is the next Chronicle coming out?” on c CHESS CLUB The chess club, one of the oldest clubs in the school, has its headquarters in Room 5. Club members can come to Room 5 any day after school to play chess. Mr. Sampson, a mathematics instructor, is the faculty advisor. For many years, the club has entered a ten- man team in the G.B.I. Chess League. Our team plays other teams from schools like Brookline, Cam- bridge Latin, and Boston Latin. Two years ago the team won its hrst championship, and last year they du- plicated this feat. In the course of winning these cham- pionships, the team has won 27 games without a defeat. This year the team is seeking its third straight cham- pionship. While the club has members from all grades, freshmen through seniors, the team itself is composed entirely of sophomores and freshmen. All of the mem- bers of the chess club are extremely happy to partici- pate in such an active group. K. Waken, W. Holland, B. Perry. DRAMATIC CLUB The dramatic club started another successful year under the leadership of its officers: Presi- dent, Jack Derby; Vice President, Ellen Wyman; Secretary, Marylees Suttie; Treasurer, Dennis Nolan; Assistant Treasurer, Frank Kasparian; and the Faculty Director, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Sampson. Thornton Wilder’s unconventional, intriguing, and absorbing play, Our Town, was chosen for this year’s annual dramatic club production. That truth is to be found only in the future is the theme of the play and is realized by Emily Webb. The excellent coaching of Mrs. Sampson was plainly evident in the work of the enthusiastic cast of players. They presented this philosophical play about growing up, loving and dying, in a convinc- ing manner and with excellent timing. Special credit must be given to Dennis Nolan, the Stage Manager, who was on stage for almost the entire performance and greatly added to the success o f this year’s fine production. At the time of the year book’s publication, the dramatic club will be presenting a one-act play at the Massachusetts Drama Festival. Win- ners of this contest enter the state finals held at the John Hancock Hall. From here the winner participates in the New England Festival. The cast of the play of the Arlington High School Dramatic Club will assuredly give a creditable performance. Row 1: M. Suttie. Secretary; J. Derby, President; E. Wyman, Vice-President. Row 2: F. Kasparian, Asst. Treasurer; D. Nolan, Treasurer. 76 PROJECTION CLUB The Projection Club has enjoyed another successful year. The club consists of about 25 members who work well together to make the operation of the club possible. The aim of the club is to promote the good operation of the audio-visual equipment in the high school. We know that in future years we shall continue to secure from the teachers the same co-operation which has helped us so much in the past. As our school en- rollment is steadily increasing, we hope the member- ship of our club will also increase. Throughout the year, the officers and members have RADIO CLUB The Radio Club was organized for those who want to try for a novice license. It includes sim- ple diagrams of radio hookups and each meeting devotes some time to code practice. Several boys already have their General license and they carry on the necessary training. At the close of each meeting there are questions and answers which are pertinent and informative. There are no dues thus far and the club meets in D2 every Monday at the close of school. Anyone interested is wel- come to join. Omundsen, A. O ' Leary, W. Lucas, R. Caruso, D. Keyes, B. Halprin. concentrated their efforts in making their club a credit to the school; they have been willing and competent in taking charge in projection operations whenever any department in the school needed their services. This year the projection club, under the direction of Mr. Fagone, installed a Public Address system to be used for field events. It was used this year in announcing the plays and activity at the high school football games. 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. C. Thomas, A. Guild, J. Lynch, B. Houghton, Vice- President; A. Roberto, President; A. Valliere, R. J. Peirce, J. Kalafatas, Mr. Laurence P. Arthur, Instructor. ?OH ' 1: M. Benson, K. Friis, Hospitality; N. Fletcher, Secretary; R. Morell, President; B. Morrissey, Treasurer; J. Baer. Row 2: R. Gregor, F. Apicella, A. Goss, S. Garrity, Hos- pitality; S. Prendergast, A. Fallon. The Read, View, and Talk Club, unlike many school clubs, strives for informality. We conduct our meetings at Robbins Library as we sit around a table, sipping cokes and munching cookies. We review books, have a panel discussion, view films, and listen to two guest speakers during the year. Last year an instructor from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology spoke to us and our guests, members of the Science Club, about rockets and missiles. At another meeting Mr. Siegel discussed segregation. Our end-of-the-year outing turned out to be a thea ter party with the Dramatic Club and the Library Corps. LIBRARY CORPS Row 1: E. Estrella, N. Eitzpatrick, W. Mul- ler, R. Delay, N. Flolland, President: L. Mac- Gregor, Secretary; K. Friis, R. Costley, Mrs. Signe B. Hynson, Librarian. Row 2: M. Ben- son, C. Noble, B. Morrissey, A. Goss, W. Berglund, J. Howell, J. Littlefield, S. Finnegan, J. Harrison. To keep our library functioning with efficiency and at its fullest capacity is the aim of the Library Corps. Each of the forty-five selected members serves for one study period each week or for two sessions before and after school; they check books in and out, shelve them, repair them, and do other routine work of the library. This frees the librarians to work more extensively with students and teachers. All the members have had a li- brary training course to familiarize them with the li- brary and the way in which it functions. They utilize this knowledge in helping other students in their use of the library. “All work and no play” has never been characteristic of the Library Corps. A Get-Aquainted Party began the school year. Since then other activities have in- cluded held trips to other libraries, the annual book sale, and the annual outing with the Read, View, and Talk Club. The Library Corps tries to guide the students to the wealth of knowledge the library holds for all. FRENCH CLUB Row I: J. Howell, President: N. Raia, Vice President: P. McCall, Secretary. Row 2: Mr, Ralph S, Giobbe, Mrs. Helen E, Stockman, E. Boudreau, Treasurer. Formed for the purpose of furthering the knowl- edge of French culture and civilization, and to stim- ulate the practical application of spoken French, the group called Le Cercle Francais was first organized in October under the enthusiastic direction of its faculty advisor, Mrs, Helen E. Stockman, assisted by another equally enthusiastic faculty member, Mr. Ralph Gi- obbe. Meetings, followed by a social period, have been conducted in French, according to the rules of the Con- stitution. Board members outlined a specific plan for each meeting and the following were enjoyed: a spell- ing “Bee,” charades, and a Christmas skit written by members, a movie, songs and folk dances, a Mardi Gras dance, and finally a dinner at a French restaurant. Future plans call for a French choral and frequently an instrumental group to entertain at the meeting, a traveling Guignol theater presenting fairy tales via the medium puppets, and the playing of Pere Noel to a French orphanage. INTER- NATIONS STUDENT CLUB Row 1: L. Holson, P. Gillis, Secretary: M. Belcher, Treasurer; R. Bertocci, Vice President; N. Pettengill, President; J. Colburn, E. Chan, E. Pansuck. Row 2: L. Henry, J. Kavanagh, C. Benoit, J. Glachen, R. Duffey, N. Polk, M. Hannon, M. Grant, C. Grant. The Internations Club was established at Arlington High School in 1958 with the help of the American Field Service Exchange student of 1958-1959, Albert Hasibuan of Indonesia and with the help of students interested in broadening their outlook through contact with their contemporaries of different races or reli- gions. The meetings, which are held once a month, serve to acquaint members with various countries. The knowledge acquired from hearing speakers and viewing films serves to familiarize students in a more intimate way with people and places all over the globe. The club does not limit its activities to action within our school but extends outside to other organizations with similar aims. Representatives have gone to the Inter- national House in Cambridge for folk-singing and to the Babson Institute for conferences on careers in for- eign service. The goal of the Internations Club is to attain a better understanding of less familiar lands and their people. The club and its activities mark a step forward on the road to a better tomorrow for all of us. 81 LATIN CLUB K. Nordstrom, Consul Primus; J. Baker, Socii Ludorum; N. Holland, Consul Secundiis; Miss Dorothy Rounds; E. Estrella, Scribu; N. Fitzpatrick, Socii Ludorum; C. Dannen- berg, Socii Ludorum. Motto: Multi sunt vocati, pauci sunt electi In the pleasant atmosphere of a social club, the members of the fourth year Latin class have had the opportun ity to recapture the social, political, and artis- tic aura that surrounded the early Romans. On the sec- ond Monday of each month, addressing each other by their adopted Latin names and being guided by their elected Consul Primus, the members took turns in en- tertaining the club with descriptions, anecdotes, and pictures of the various landmarks of ancient Rome. In addition to honoring the esteemed Vergil and the 2031st anniversary of his birth with a surprise party, the members raised their voices in singing on the occas- ion of the birthdays of individuals in the club. Taking catalogues and guide books and accompanied by their good friend and adviser Miss Rounds, the club enjoyed held trips to Harvard’s Fogg Museum and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. From the hrst meeting in Octo- ber the members look forward to the club’s climactic activity, the traditional Roman Banquet. Then, in the manner of their ancestors, they don togas, recline on pillows, and engage in stimulating conversations while appeasing their appetites. Again, in this its seventeenth year, with pleasure the Arlington High School Latin Club has accomplished its purpose of increasing the students’ knowledge of Roman civilization. 82 B. Morrissey, R. Gonyea, E. Sonnichsen, J. Nuhibian, R. Milligan SCIENCE CLUB The science club is now in its third successful year of operation at Arlington High School. At the North Shore Regional Science Fair, Arlington High School won a second prize, a third prize, and an honorable mention. We were the best represented school in the winners’ circle. At the State Science Fair at the Mass- achusetts Institute of Technology, three of the con- testants from Arlington High School won second prizes. The club is proud of these honors and looks forward to another year of success in science fair participation. Shortly after the conclusion of the science fairs, the club elected its new officers. A trip committee and a ways and means committee were formed. So far this year the club has visited a candy factory. Many more interesting trips to scientific laboratories and research plants are planned. There are also plans to have some noted scientists give lectures to the club. The science club in our school promises to be among the most progressive clubs with much potential for the future. Certainly in this age of emphasis on space and technology it occupies an important place in our school. LAB ASSISTANTS E. Boudreau, Chairman of Weather Station; M. Suttie, Sec- retary; J. Nuhibian, President; E. Sonnichsen, Vice President; R. Gechijian, Treasurer. kJ MOST ATHLETIC JAMES DRISCOLU LINDA 5ERFILU1P1 MOST TALKATIVE ARTHUR VALLIERE NANCI ANANIKIAN JAMES SANTOS NANCY LASALLE MOST POPULAR JAMES DRISCOLL SANDRA KERR BEST DANCER WILLIAM LEWIS JOHN MCNAMARA NANCY HENDRl AN CAROL DANNENBURG BEST ACTOR DOUCLAS WHITE PAMELA RUGG MOST LIKELY TO SUCEED CLAYTON ZUCKER CAROL DANNENBURO MOST BUSINESSLIKE PETER FAIRCHILD NAN F1TZ.PATRICK MOST attractive EDWARD NAGLE SUE REDGATE BEST PERSONALITY STEPHEN 50ULA SANDRA KERR MOST INTELLIGENT JOHN HOWELL NANCY HOLLAND MOST POLITE JOSEPH GREEN PATRICIA DRISCOLL WITTIEST ARTHUR VALLIERE EILEEN ESTRELLA MOST ARTISTIC KENNETH NOIRDSTROM MARCIA GOTT Automation, as we all know, is playing a very im- portant part in our society. With all the changes that are taking place today, the Manual Arts Department also had to make changes in order to keep abreast with industry. Since the colleges are spending less time now teaching basic techniques of mechanical drawing than they had in the past, our department as a result had to gear our program to meet this need. The stu- dents are now getting a wide background in mechanical drawing in order for them to undertake the advanced work successfully in college. In the days when home industry flourished, children were required to take part in the construction and the assembly of products. They watched and aided adults making many things and as a result learned through the making of things. Today children have very little opportunity to familiarize themselves with making things in the home. The Manual Arts Department tries to furnish students the opportunity to learn through the planning and the constructing of interesting specific objects. Pupils have the opportunity to work with textiles, metals, electricity, wood, ceramics, photog- raphy, leather, printing, and other materials, and to obtain a knowledge of common tools and materials. We in our school are very proud of the Manual Arts Department and its achievements. MECHANICAL DRAWING Charles Fagone, Instructor RALPH F. GIOIOSA Director WOODWORKING Joseph M. Tarantino, Instructor MECHANICAL DRAWING Sydney J. Sandberger, Instructor PRINTING Ronald J. Whitmore, Instructor MECHANICAL DRAWING Laurence P. Arthur. Instructor GENERAL SHOP Dominic E. Luongo, Instructor MECHANICAL DRAWING Howard E. Danforth, Instructor CRAETS Erank L. Prusik, Instructor TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL EDMUND J. LEWIS Director Having previously chosen our respective trades in our last year at a junior high school, we the members of the Arlington Technical High School were wide-eyed and anxious to see what our new courses of study would be like. We soon found out that they were completely different from anything we had done in the past. The main difference was having alternate weeks of classroom instruction and then putting our theories to work in shop work during the intervening weeks. As sophomores we were taught the basic funda- mentals of our trades, starting with the simple assign- ments and gradually working with more difficult ma- terials and projects. Our related classes dealt mainly with theory, technical drawing, and the necessary mathematics required to master our trades. In our junior year having gained some experience, we were assigned work which was a little more com- plicated. We then began to realize that the purpose of our schooling was to build an adequate background for use in later years. ,A.s time progressed, we all thought that we could take it in stride since everyone had settled down; however, little did we realize the many changes that were about to take place during the following year. When we entered upon our senior year, we en- countered the new changes which had been made dur- ing the summer. We found out more subjects had been added to our courses, resulting in the hiring of four new teachers, adoption of the name, Arlington Teeh- nical and Vocational High School, and the introduction of a four year technical training course replacing the former three. Even though all these changes had come about, we still had to keep up with our studies. Before we knew it, the senior prom and graduation were at hand. Having had a three year technieal high school back- ground and knowing that it is impossible to learn everything in so short a time, some have decided to go on for further schooling before seeking employment upon graduation. One of the privileges awarded seniors in good stand- ing is: after proving their abilities and qualifications, they have their choice of going out to work on April 1, or staying in school until June. As graduates we are ready to face the world in any direction we travel and assume any responsibilities that we may encounter. We shall always remember the educational tours to industry, usually three a year and the interesting assemblies which included hlms on sci- ence and lectures by personnel from the business world. The proms and other activities which we shared with our high school colleagues has left a lasting im- pression. Last but not least the good fellowship and lasting friendship we have built over the past three years will linger in our memories forever. MARIAN F. McGrath Secretary Row I: D. Reid, L. Driscoll, .1. O’Neil, T. Joyce, R. Lantigua. Row 2: C. Prince, R. Murphy, P. Sacco, P. Slater, W. Verney, J. Higgins, L. McCann. FLORENCE E. FORSYTH Supervisor, Home Economics L. George, H. Ingram. LUNCHROOM STAFF Fvelyn Ribeiro. Helen Fllingwood, Stasia A. Hatless, Mary von Hein, Tuvan McKiel, Alice Rogers, Manager: Helen G. Darcy, Hazel O’Shaughnessy, Gertrude Baldwin, Agnes R Starkey, Mildred G. Hoyt, May Abel, Edith C. Rossetti. J. Newton, C. Pedro, Elorence E. Forsyth, Director. V. McLauchlin, P. Hebert, C. Meadows, B. McGurl STUDENT ASSISTANTS Lorraine Vendice G. Berberian, V. Henderson, B. Bierenbrood spot. R. Barton, M. MaeDonald. S. Marchant, E. Pope. L. Harney, K. Smith. A. Gallagher, M. Hanrahan, D, Hanson. J. St. Marie R. Galluzzo, B. Ryer. R. Morell Row 1: N. Lambiase, D. Stadtman, A. Schudnachowski, Coveno. Row 2: J. Marchese, H. Iceton, J. Purdy, K. N Dougal, D. Eliopoulos, N. Tucker, D. Caliendo. STUDENT P. Coveno, P. Spence, C. Suprenard, R. Shea, D. Aronson, M. Cavanagh, M, Benson, E. Alosso. S. Sharp, M, Becker, Miss Jean Roos, Secretary; C. Aufiero, B. Roos. B. Marchand, M. MacFarlane, M. Belden. D. Gagner, J. Anderson. P. Raab, S. MacQueston, Miss Jacquelyn Niland, Secretary; K. Callahan. ASSISTANTS F. Willwerth, N. Long. B. Lewis, R. Ripaldi, L. Canole, Secretary. Torento, C. Vincent, Miss Georgia J. Littlefield, B. McGurl, E. McBay, S. Posey, P. Hannaford, N. Rice. Violin C. Benoit, H. Cosman, K. Derian, L. Donnelly, Treasurer; C. Hamilton, B. Ilchuk, C. Morrison, A. Ottoson. P. Reid, B. Wicker. Cello P. Camacho, Librarian; W. Holland, C. Ward. Clarinet E. Meckel, P. O’Leary, S. Sumner, G. Vouros. Trumpet A. DeFrancesco, Secretary; B. McKenzie, J. Santos, B. Watson. Flute P. Britton, L. Einzig. President; F. GustafF, M. Nolan. Saxophone M. Morton. Trombone D. Brigham, R. Stewart. Bass Viol R. Barnaby. Percussion S. Donovan, D. Morano, Vice President; P. Sousa. Piano S. Brown, F. McPeake. ORCHESTRA The orchestra won many laurels this year by playing at numerous school functions and assemblies. The members should be commended for their display of talents at the dramatic club play when they added a bit of color during the intermissions. The orchestra also played a prominent part in the annual Gilbert and Sul- livan production which had the format of a musical revue. Under the capable direction of Mr. Laman, the or- chestra members spent many hours of hard work in practicing for these performances during school time as well as after school, and the results were educational and rewarding. It is hoped that in the future the Arlington High School Orchestra will provide as many pleasant mem- ories to its members and audiences as it has this year. Last fall many anxious faces greeted Mr. Laman, the band’s director, and Mr. Stires, the band’s drill mas- ter, at the first marching rehearsal of the Arlington High School Band. The band was complimented on the neatness of the uniforms, the band mascot. Uncle Sam’s Hat, and the agility of the drum major, Dennis Nolan. As the season progressed, the band newspaper. the Big Brass, was a welcome addition to the Friday rehearsals. The concerts by the Arlington High School Band have always been attended with great fervor and the many tedious hours of rehearsal have soon been forgotten. All the members of the band have thoroughly enjoyed the activities despite their hard work. Clarinets F. Bataglia, J. Cole, A. Fisher, M. Johnson, M. Kasczynski, P. O ' Leary, R, Maimone, E. Meckel, Treasurer: R. Pierce. R. Pooley, S. Sumner, G. Vouros. Trumpets A. DeFrancesco. D. Duffy, B. Halprin, R. Holdsworth. D. Keyes, N. Magliano, W. Medeiros, R. Traverse, J. Santos, President; A. Sweeney, D. Vivian, B. Watson, Secretary; R. Johnson. Saxophones R. Hatch, M. Morton, S. Pitchel. Piccolo M. Nolan, Vice Pres- ident; Flute L. Einzig. Alto Horn J. Baer. Trombones D. Brigham, R. Greenwich, R. Ward, Equipment Man- ager. Baritone J. Troike. Drums J. Collins, Librarian; G. Geannaris, J. Kendall, C. Myatt, J. Rollo, P. Souza. Glockenspiel L. Santoliquido. BAND Row 1: W. Muller, L. Orfaly, Accompanist; N. Ananikian, Assistant Treasurer; E. Alosso, Treasurer; C. Poirier, Pres- ident: P. Tassinari, Vice-President; P. Tiede, Secretary; J. Sienczyk, Librarian; N. LaSalle. Row 2: G. Bailey, J. Colburn, GIRLS’ CHOIR The Girls’ Choir, under the direction of Mr. Einzig, was first organized in 1956. Meeting the second period on Tuesday and Thursday, the girls practice for many relaxing hours. The only requirement for membership to Girls’ Choir is one year of Girls’ Glee Club. Each C. Albanese, S. Judd, M. Cavanagh, C. Corcoran, L. Calder- on!, L. Cruwys, M. Dalrymple. Row 3: L. Brown, M. Galli- gan, L. Einzig, M. Donovan, N. Morrison, J. Newton, P. Han- naford, E. Oley. year our members look forward to performing in the Christmas assembly, as well as in exchange concerts with neighboring towns. The girls agree that it is almost as much fun preparing programs as it is presenting them. It is easy to see that the Girls’ Choir will go on giving as much pleasure in the coming years as it has in the past. GIRLS ’ GLEE CLUB There are two Girls’ Glee Clubs at A.H.S. which meet under the direction of Mr. Laman during or after school. Both clubs occasionally have the opportunity to perform before the student body or at the junior high schools. Active participation in all Glee Club re- hearsals and performances is necessary in order to join the Girls’ Choir. The 1961-1962 year was a very suc- cessful one for the Glee Club but they are looking for- ward to many more prosperous years in the future. 97 Row 1; P. Driscoll, Vice-President; J. Bellizia, President. Row 2: P. Morell, Secretary; B. Morrissey, Treasurer. BOYS’ GLEE CLUB R. Morell, J. Derby, P. Pfeiffer, J. Howell, S. Brown, R. Slaughter, Mr. L. Hassler Einzig, Director. Rich and hearty sounds from the bo ys’ glee club were heard second period every Tuesday and Thursday in Room M-1. The small, but enthusiastic group sang under the direction of Mr. Einzig and Mr. Laman. Many of the male leads for the Gilbert and Sullivan shows were seleeted from boys’ glee club. This year, The Barber Shop Quartet as well as the Mitch Miller routine were made up of boys’ glee club members. The exchange concert programs provided the group with an opportunity to perform with mixed chorus and girls’ choir thus ending the year with several enjoyable experiences. HARMONETTES S. Judd, Accompanist; J. An- derson, C. Corcoran, M. Don- ovan, J. Newton, P. Tiede, G. Bailey, L. Einzig, J. Colburn, C. Albanese, C. Poirier, N. LaSalle. To have the pleasure of hearing the Harmonettes, a singing group of thirteen girls, has become a tradition at Arlington High School for eight years. Under the superb direction of Mr. Einzig, the Harmonettes enter- tain not only at school activities but also at various women’s clubs and other social events; such as, the Rotary Club, the McLean Hospital, and church dances. In order to become a Harmonette one must have successfully completed one year of work in the Girls’ Glee Club and the Girls’ Choir. Try-outs for the Har- monettes begin in the spring of the school year for a period of two weeks. In the fall of the next school year, the girls who are chosen by Mr. Einzig meet one period a week, — ready to sing and to experience a year full of musical enjoyment. 98 i?oH’ 1: W. Muller, B. Lea, Librarian; S. Brown, Accompanist; J. Hutton, Vice-Presi- dent; N. LaSalle, President; G. Bailey, Treas- urer; D. Kneupfer, Secretary; L. Calderoni. Row 2: M. Cavanagh, R. Corbin, C. Kenney, C. Poirier, L. Orfaly, S. Redgate, S. Judd, B. Alosso, S. Kerr, C. Corcoran, C. Albanese, R. Ripaldi, L. Cruwys. Row 3; J. Colburn, L. Einzig, P. Hannaford, M. Donovan, P. Tiede, E. Oley, J. Newton, K. O’Leary, M. Dalrym- ple, M. Galligan. C. Jefferson, P. Tassinari. Row 4: R. Barnaby, C. Mardigian, P. Pfeif- fer, J. Derby, D. Nolan, R. Tartarini, R. Mor- ell, L. Shumaker. The Gilbert and Sullivan Club during our three years, and for many of us four years, at Arlington High School has put on four very enjoyable and successful shows. In our freshman year, the club did the “Pirates of Penzance” and in our sophomore year the unforget- table “Mikado,” both of which were the works of Gil- bert and Sullivan. In our junior year they produced “The Mocking Bird;” although this production was not a G. S. show, it was still a very memorable one for A.H.S. During our senior year, they proudly pre- sented the “Revue for 1962,” which will always be re- membered as one of the best of Mr. Einzig’s variety shows. Under the direction of Mr. Einzig, the G. S. Club has for the past four years and others before this pro- duced some of the best entertainment offered by Ar- lington High School. In the future, there will certainly be many graduates who will look back upon the G. S. shows as experiences which they have always enjoyed and which will never be forgotten. MAJORETTES It was with great pride that the majorettes performed at all our football games and activities. Co-operation, long hours of practice, and hard work on the part of each majorette made the half-time show an outstanding feature at each game. Under the leadership of Jean Gurecki, head majorette, the girls initiated unique and intricate routines which were enthusiastically received by the audiences. Without exception everyone enjoyed the precision, pep, and colorful performances the ma- jorettes contributed to the enjoyment of our football games. GILBERT AND SULLIVAN 1 YOUTH VOLUNTEER PROGRAM Row I: M. Craven, D. Caliendo, F. Bernard, Miss Rebecca Glasmann, Chief, Social Work Service: Dr. S. P. LaCerva, Hospital Director: Mr. Frank Bernadiicci, Chief, Voluntary Service: K. Callahan, M. MacFarlane, S. Wilkinson. Row 2: M. Scott, M. Shapiro, M. Belden, J. Purdy, J. Fallon, A. Arlington High School demonstrated its progressive methods by participating actively with the Arlington Mental Health Association and the Bedford Veterans Administration Hospital in the development of a Pilot Youth Volunteer Program which started February 28, 1962. Thirty carefully selected students were accepted as volunteers with parental responsibility and permis- sion given, spending two hours weekly at the hospital Sakoian, N. Leverone, G. Tilton, M. Whelpley, V. Gustaff. Row 3: A. Spector, D. Santos, H. Boroyan, D. White, Mrs. Ruth Turner, Assistant Chief, Voluntary Service: G. Suprenard, R. Surabian. under supervision of hospital personnel or adult vol- unteers. This program was made possible by the encourage- ment and untiring efforts of Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Bert A. Roens, Principal Charles H. Downs, and Miss Rebecca Glasmann, Chief, Social Work Service. Mrs. Ruth Turner is in charge of this program at the hospital. YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAEF Row 1: P. Egan; P. Fairchild, Business Manager: N. Holland. Row 2: K. Callahan, J. Green, D. Nolan, A. Valliere, G. Coletta, C. Mardigan, J. Loftus, J. Spengler, W. Berglund, J. Gaeta. Working without any particular recog- nition, the group of homeroom repre- sentatives from the senior class forms the only link between them and the year book staff. The representatives have the responsibility for collecting each one’s payment for the book itself and then for making sure that each student receives his copy. Besides working with the busi- ness manager of the year book, the rep- resentatives help the student council in selling the tickets to their senior prom and also taking charge of collecting mon- ey for their caps and gowns for grad- uation. These students perform a valuable service for their fellow classmates. They deserve our gratitude for work well done. 100 R. Arena Co-Captain J. Sakoian " i J. Loftus W. Grannan J. Driscoll Co-Captain FOOTBALL Row I : Mr. Edward P. Burns, Coach: A. Keirstead. R. Van Valkenburgh, J. Collins, P. Campbell, R. Osterberg, Co-Cap- tains J. Driscoll, R. Arena; W. Grannan, D. Walsh, D. Kallis, R. Delay, E. Nagle. Row 2; P. Lax, D. Tedford, K. Bova, J. Miitty, J. Cook, W. Glynn, K. Simmons, J. Giordano, E. Arlington High School enjoyed one of its most suc- cessful football seasons during this past year. The team shared the co-championship of the Class A division with Everett High School. This achievement is con- sidered the highest football honor in the state. Arling- ton met the three most powerful football teams in this area in their games with Everett, Brookline, and Brock- ton, defeating two and tying one. The offensive team called the “Panthers” captained by Jim Driscoll averaged twenty-two points per game. The Panthers had an effective group of running backs in Jim Driscoll, Ed Nagle, Henry Toczylowski, Ken Bova, Dave Walsh, Bill Morris, Jack Collins, Bill Grannan, and Paul Tierney. The defensive unit called the “Tigers” captained by Bob Arena offered the strongest reason for an un- Houser, G. Strob, R. Warrington. J. Quandt, P. Tierney, Row 3: R. Walsh, Manager; M. Doran, R. Coffey, H. Mun- cherian, S. Ereyer, N. Piccolo, R. Carr, W. Morris, K. Genge, P. Valenti, J. Alosso, D. Elarrington, H. Toczylowski. defeated season. The line consisted of four tackles and one end: Bob Arena, Paul Campbell, Dennis Kallis, Bob Warrington, and end Allan Keirstead. The four backer-ups consisted of Peter Lax, John Mutty, Steve Souza, and Paul Tierney. The three safety men con- sisted of Jim Driscoll, Bill Grannan, and Bill Morris. This Tiger team held the strong scoring Everett team to six points. It also held a great Brockton team on the five yard line for four downs to prevent a possible defeat. Highlights of the season: a. The great pass defense displayed by Bill Gran- nan, Bill Morris, Jim Driscoll, Paul Tierney, Peter Lax, John Mutty, and Steve Souza. b. The punt returns of Jim Driscoll and Bill Gran- nan. 102 c. The defensive line play of Bob Arena, Paul Campbell, Dennis Kallis, Bob Warrington, and Allan Kierstead. d. The gaps opened by the Panther line made up of Allan Keirstead, Dick Van Valkenburgh, Don Ted- ford, Dick Osterberg, John Mutty, Bob Warrington, and Dick Delay. e. The great run of 89 yards by Jack Collins in the Everett game. f. The game-saving tackle by Jim Driscoll in the Newton game with ten seconds remaining. g. The one hundred and ten yards gained by Dave Walsh in the second half of the Brockton game. h. The great goal line stands displayed by our Tigers in the Newton and the Brockton games. i. The replacement job done by Ed Nagle at quarter- back during the last half of the season. j. The tremendous news to hear that Arlington was co-champion with the Class A Everett team at the end of the Gloucester game. k. All scholastic honors were bestowed upon Bob Arena, Allan Keirstead, and Bob Warrington. All American honors went to Jim Driscoll. The climax to such a successful season was a trip for the entire squad and coaches to the Orange Bowl Game in Miami, Florida, on New Year’s Day, fi- nanced by the people of Arlington. D. Tedford K. Simmons E. Nagle William F. Lowder Director of Athletics Edward P. Burns Head Coach S. Souza P. Campbell R. Osterberg J. Giordano P. Lax K. Kallis A. Keirstead K. Bova J. Collins D. Walsh R. WALSH Manager FOOTBALL SCHEDULE John R. Byrne J .V . Coach Sept. 23 Somerville Arl. 18 Opp. 6 30 at Watertown 38 0 Oct. 7 Waltham 20 6 14 at Everett 6 6 21 at Newton 18 14 28 Brookline 35 0 Nov. 4 at Weymouth 26 6 1 1 Brockton 26 14 23 at Gloucester 12 0 James A. Cavalieri Varsity Coach Ralph Bevins J.V. Coach Robert C. Hill J.V. Coach BASKETBALL WOf MTSf ioiv 1: J. Driscoll, T. Curtin, W. Grannan, V. Govoni, T. Feehan, J. Gilpatrick. Row 2: R. Caruso, Manager; R. Keefe, The Arlington High School basketball team had a fair season striving to keep the record at the 500 mark throughout the season. The strong teams in the Sub- urban League this year were Rindge, Brookline, and Brockton. In the next group of three were Arlington, Cambridge, and Newton South. The ten team League makes for an interesting schedule and Weymouth is a fine addition to our League. In spite of a lack of height the Arlington team played well and many of the games were close, inter- esting, and exciting. High scorers for Arlington through- out the entire season were Co-Captain Bill Grannan and Co-Captain Vinny Govoni. Both boys hnished in the top bracket of scorers in the League. Other boys who played well throughout the season were seniors: Jim Driscoll, Ed Nagle, Tom Feehan, Dick Osterberg, and Tom Curtin. Graduation will take many of the squad, but boys who played well this year and will be the nucleus for next year’s team are; E. Nagle, R. Osterberg, W. Green, P. Scully, George P. Lowder, Coach. Bobby Keefe, Peter Scully, Bill Green, and Jim Gil- patrick. The team was fortunate to have the services of an All-American Manager in Ray Caruso. Ray was a valuable member of the team for three years. George P. Lowder Coach 106 INDOOR TRACK Row I: J, Loftus, R. Kelly, C. Zucker, W. Lewis, D. Walsh, R, Goodenough, C. Ward, R. Arena, M. Vargelis, James E. Kelley, Coach. Row 2: H. Toczylowski, P. Tierney, R. Livoti, D. Kallis, E. Boudreau, C. Dewing, C. Mardigian, W. D’Antuono, R. Brooks. Row 3: R. Batchelder, J. Wallace, P. Fairchild, A. Previte, J. Tiede, H. Gallagher, D. Brady, S. Freyer, J. Gilfillan, Row 4: J. Green, T. Latty, J. Coughlin, A. Spector, J. Smith, S. Powilaitis, J. Coates, R. Fisher, R. French. Row 5: E. Coveney, R. Fiscale, W. Mac- Neil, M. Doran, R. Barnaby, D. Wellons, G. Suprenard, R. Hannaford, J. Philips. The Arlington High School Indoor Track Team experienced another fine season this winter in winning four meets and losing one. As defending champs of Division I in the Metro- politan Track League, Arlington opened its season against powerful Natick and went down to defeat by the narrow margin of 39-38. Arlington then went on to defeat North Quincy, Watertown, Belmont and Somerville. There were many excellent performers this season and the graduating seniors will certainly be missed. Prospects for next season are good but a great deal of work must be done with the undergraduates in order to continue the success that has been associated with the team over the past few years. CROSS COUNTRY Row 1: J. Gilfillan, Manager; W. McCarty, D. Wellons, A. Manfredi, C. Ward, C. Zucker, V. Govoni, P. Fairchild, W. Stevenson, James E. Kelley, Coach. Row 2: S. Kelly, Manager; R, Hauser, J, O ' Brien, S. Picone, R. Caruso, C. Ripaldi, J. Tiede, E. Leahy. Row 3: A. Manfredi, J. Coats, J. Green, S. Seery, D. Tuller, K. Doyle. JAMES E. KELLEY Coach The Arlington High School Cross Country team had an excellent 1961 fall season with a winning schedule of three wins and one loss. Led by Captain Clyde Ward, the team was admirably supported by Anthony Manfredi, Peter Fairchild, Clayton Zuck- er, John Spengler, Charles Dewing, Vin Govoni, Bill Stevenson, and Bill Mc- Carty. The team had victories at the ex- pense of Belmont, Watertown, and New- ton, losing only to powerful Beverly. Arlington did well at the Middlesex League Conference Meet held at the Mt. Hood Golf course with Clyde Ward showing the way with a sixth place finish and the team finishing in ninth place among the eighteen teams running in this meet. At the State Meet, Arlington finished ninth among over twenty class A schools and once again Ward did an excellent job. The team as a whole did very well. One ray of hope for next season was the steady improvement of sophomore Dave Wellons and captain-elect Bill McCarty. These two boys are the only returning lettermen next fall; those seniors are really going to be missed. Though a num- ber of boys in the sophomore and fresh- man classes have turned out for the team, Mr. Kelley is going to have to depend on boys like J. Coughlin, A. Manfredi, J. Coates, J. Smith, K. Brady, and others to develop over the next two years in order to keep Arlington in se- rious competition in the cross country sport. HOCKEY Row 1: W. Gammell, B. Fredo, A. Keirstead. P. Lax, J. D. Webb, B. Carr, R. Walsh, Manager: C. Langone, John R. O’Brien, D. Milne, E. Fraser. Row 2: Edward P. Burns, Byrne, Assistant Coach. Coach: T. Shaughnessy, B, Clarke, D, DeCaprio, J. Allosso, The Arlington High School hockey team was in a rebuilding stage after its championship team of last year. Co-captains Allan Keirstead and Peter Lax were the only returning veterans from a championship squad. Bob Fredo, Donald Webb, Bill Gammell, Ed Fraser, and Joseph Allosso moved up from the J.V. squad. Because of the greenness of the squad, three freshmen. Buddy Clarke, Richard DeCaprio, and Bob Carr also moved up to the varsity. The team finished third in the G.B.I. League race with a record of seven wins, three losses, and four ties. Peter Lax finished in the top ten scorers for the league. Allan Keirstead was rated as one of the best defensemen in schoolboy hockey. The first line consisted of Bob Fredo, Buddy Clarke, and Peter Lax. The second line consisted of Ed Fraser, Dick DeCaprio, and Joseph O’Brien. At defense were Allan Keirstead and Bob Carr with Donald Webb as their substitute. Joseph Allosso tended the nets with spares of Bill Langone and Tom Shaughnessy. Bill Gammell rotated at right wing with O’Brien. The climax of the season came during the last day when Arlington tied Waltham to qualify for the state tournament. Edward P. Burns Coach 110 GOLF The Arlington High School golf team is looking forward to a successful season as a member of the Suburban League. With several veterans returning, led by Ed Boudreau and Ken Garrity, the golf- ers hope to give the strong Brockton, Brookline, and Newton teams a real battle. Our golf team has the opportunity to play some of the finest golf courses in Massachusetts. Matches are played at Winchester, Weston, Charles River, Brae Burn, and Thorny Lea. The schedule includes matches with Rindge, Cam- bridge Latin, Brookline, Brockton, Wal- tham, Newton, Watertown, and Newton South. J. Noonan, R. Fahey, P. Scully, E. Boudreau, K. Garrity, F. Ivey, R. Hannaford, J. Ganota. George P. Lowder, Coach 112 Row 1: C. Dannenberg, D. Aronson, N. Hendrigan, S. Redgate. Row 2: C. Albanese, G. Gilbert, J. McCall, E. Estrella, M. Coffey, K. Hauser, S. Davison, D. Watson. CHEERLEADERS With the four veteran seniors alternating as leaders, the 1961-62 cheerleaders have been the recipients of high praise from many people for their superior performance and excellent qualities as school representatives at sports events. Only a few realize the endless hours of practice endured by these twelve vivacious girls who spur the school teams on to victory. Their hard work has not been in vain for the teams have been very successful as is evident in their final ratings. The cheerleaders could be seen proudly dis- playing their red and gray uniforms not only at interscholastic games but at other events of equal importance to the athletic program; such as in coaching the new Pep Club of Arlington High School in the new cheers. The high traditions of character, scholastic ability, and performance are passed on annually to each succeeding group, giving greater impetus in the achieving of perfection each year by each new group of cheerleaders. FIELD HOCKEY Row I: M. Craven, M. Dobie, P. Fitzgerald, M, Buz- zell, L, Serfilippi, J, Perry, L, Hamilton, J. Gill, R, Stanley, J, Rizzo, S, Purcell, Row 2: Mary E, Mc- Donough, Coach: V. Burke, F. DiFranco, K. Callahan, N, Whittaker, S, Dobie, S, Gunzelmann, P, Driscoll. J. Fallon, R. Lax, A. Doherty, D. Harold. V. Keohan. P. Egan. Row 3: B. Arena, J. Wood, N. Berglund. P. LaMarre, G. Brown, C. DiCicco, E. Cole, V. Zucker, Led by Captain Linda Serfilippi and Co-Captain Judy Perry, the field hockey team completed one of its most success- ful seasons in recent years with a record of five wins, one loss, and one tie. The opening game with the Concord-Carlisle Regional marred an otherwise spirited beginning as the Arlington girls were defeated by a score of four to nothing. Too many early season mistakes coupled with a strong Concord offense proved to be the difference between victory and defeat as the season got underway. There were three victories in a row before THE GAME with Winchester when the win streak was broken as the two teams played to a one to one tie. A strong final game enabled Arlington to defeat Lex- ington in the last game of the season with high scorer, Captain-Elect Martha Buz- zell scoring two goals. Mary E. McDonough Coach 114 Row 1: D. DiStefano, B. Roda, L. Serfillippi, J. Scannell, S. Doherty, Captain, R. Lax, D. Lamarre, C. Peterson, Mary E. McDonough, Coach. Row 2: E. Button, Manager; G. Brown, C. Hamilton, J. Williams, M. A. Dobie, S. Dobie, G. Driscoll, M. Constantino, M. Lamarre. Row 3: M. Clinton, J. Gill, Managers; S. Buckley, W. Meehan, P. Mahoney, A. Castellucci, J. Proctor, D. Mahoney, L. Donnelly. The girls’ basketball team led by Captain Susan Doherty, having lost all of its forwards through grad- uation, had difficult times for the opening games of the 1962 season. A strong Melrose team handed the girls their worst defeat of the season but did not dampen their spirit and enthusiasm. The team bounced back against Somerville with an easy victory only to lose two more close games to Winchester and Belmont. As the forwards finally began to click and the guards continued with some outstanding defensive play, the team scored two in a row with victories over Water- town and Newton. Another close game, with Lexing- ton on the winning side, closed out the season as the team finished with three wins and four losses. Captain- elect Diane DiStefano will lead the team for the coming season and prospects are bright with only four players graduating. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Congratulations to the class of 1962 PURDY STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS 367 Boylston Street Boston, Massachusetts 116 This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of ti graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone met NATIONAL ART AWARDS Four Arlington High School students were awarded recognition for their art work in the 34th Annual Art Competition sponsored by the Scholastic Magazines. This year’s competition, held in New York City, and judged by a group nationally renowned artists and art educators, comprised 165,000 en- tries from the fifty states. Marcia Gott was awarded a scholarship to the Rochester Institute of Technology for her win- ning portfolio. Marcia was Art Editor of the 1962 Yearbook and designed the cover and “Who’s Who” pages. She will major in art at Rochester. Elizabeth Chan was awarded a gold key and blue ribbon for her portfolio. Elizabeth also served as a member of the art staff for the year- book. She will major in art at the Museum School of Eine Arts in Boston. Bette Roda, a junior, was awarded a gold plaque for her pen and ink rendering. This is Bette’s second such award, having won in New York City last year. Bette has been nominated art editor for the 1963 yearbook staff. James Johnson, a junior, was awarded honora- ble mention for his abstract painting. He will also serve on the yearbook art staff next year. F. Gustaff, M. Gott, B. Roda, E. Chan, J. Johnson TABLE SETTING CONTEST Eor the past three years the Foods classes have competed in a Table Setting Contest. This contest has been preceded by a demonstration and talk on table setting by Mr. Swanson of the Swanson Jewelry Company, and a lesson on arranging centerpieces by Mr. Scott of Scott Flowers, Inc. The students are then prepared to apply their knowledge of design, color, texture, and style in relation to china, glass, silver and linens for pleasing and accurate table setting. Participation in this type of experience has promoted greater interest and enthusiasm as well as appreciation in the art of serving food. SCIENCE CLUB The Arlington High School Science Club presented its third annual Science Fair on the afternoon of Mareh 8 and also on March 9. The fair was comprised of nine projects and thirteen demonstrations and was very well attended by both students and the public. The winners were J. Howell, first; J. Alderson, second; J. Nuhibian, third, with E. Sonnichsen and R. McLean receiving Honorable Mention. The winners then went on to participate in the North Shore Re- gional Science Fair and the Massachusetts State Sci- ence Fair. They received a fifth award and three honorable mentions at the regional fair and second and third awards and an honorable mention at the state fair. J. Alderson’s project appeared on WGBH- TV from the state fair. Computer E. Sonnichsen ■Vt) AHTKRY rjKKKCT.S Of tmk actio.v of thk to : art Photography Lab R. Raleigh; Mr. Richard Y. Coombs, Adviser Van de Graaff Generator B. Hrul Time Lapse Photography I. Alderson High Speed Photography B. Perry I he Visible Head A. Hintlian; Mr. Everett L. Reed, Jr. Adviser, Dr. Everett L. Reed, Judge Heart Diseases F. DiFranco Ammonia Fountain R. Gechjian; Dr. J. Edward Vivian, Judge Graphing 4-D J. Howell Sugar and Rayon from Wood R. Costley Transmission of modulated light waves R. McLean SCIENCE TEAM Arlington High School joined with seven other Greater Boston High Schools in forming a Sci- ence Quiz League. This was initiated by the joint action of the Northeastern Section of the Ameri- can Chemical Society and various participating high schools. Included in the objectives of the quiz series are the stimulation of interest in science at the high school level, the provision of intellectual competition and contact between scientifically oriented students of the participating schools and the stimulation of public interest in science through occasional television presentations of quizzes. A competitive examination covering the fields of biology, chemistry, physics comprised the basis for the selection of the Arlington Science Quiz Team. Of the contests held, Arlington won over Wal- tham, Dedham, and Wayland, tied Brookline, and lost to Belmont. Wind Tunnel W. Holland Row I: J. Howell, Captain; J. Nuhibian, G. Sullivan, J. Cole. Row 2: Donald J. Manning, Faculty adviser; R. Pierce, P. Russell, R. Gonyea, E. Sonnichsen, D. Schneider. I OUTDOOR TRACK Row I: J. Spengler, J. Gilfillen, M. Vargelis, P. Arena, R. Livoti, A. Previte, C. Ward, P. Fairchild, J. Green, W. Lewis. Row 2: J. Coughlin, E. Shepard, R. Coveney, G. Suprenard, E. Kelliher, S. Ereyer, W. D ' Antuono, R. Kelly, R. Brooks. Row 3: S. Seery, P. Tierney, K. Genge, W. Glenn, R. Warrington, W. McCarthy, J. Tiede, J. Bloodsworth, S. Powilaitis. The Outdoor Track team recently completed its season and although its final record showed one win, one tie, and three losses, the boys still turned in a very fine effort. New events such as the Pole Vault, Discus and Javelin will receive greater attention in the future. It is only the second season that Arlington has had these events and it has hurt the scoring effort of the team at various meets. Senior Captain Dennis Kallis proved to be a very fine leader of a team that was made up of veterans C. Ward, R. Goodenough, J. Wallace, E. Boudreau, A. Previte, B. Lewis, J. Spengler and P. Fairchild. These boys are going to be missed as they have formed the nucleus of three very successful seasons. Returning letter-winners will be Co-Captain P. Tierney and J. Vaudo; H. Toczylowski, S. Ereyer, R. Brooks and W. D’Antuono. Next year will find Arlington opening its season against Weymouth and then meet Waltham, North Quincy, and Cambridge Latin in that order. TOUCHDOWN CLUB The Touchdown Club of Arlington held its annual Frederick V. Ostergren Memorial Dinner at the Town Hall on May 10, 1962. Approximately 200 boys and girls from the high school varsity athletic teams plus the musical groups and cheer- leaders were honored. The 1962 recipi- ents of the Memorial awards given to the outstanding boy and girl athlete of the senior class were Linda Serfillippi and Alan Keirstead. The members of the varsity football team also received the Arlington Touch- down Club championship trophies for winning Class A State co-championship in f ootball. 4 BASEBALL Row I: J. Allosso, P. O ' Brien, T. Feehan, P. Shea, T. Curtin, A. Keirstead, J. Driscoll, Captain; R. Carr, V. Govoni. Row 2: J. O’Brien, R. Mulcahy, J. Gilpatrick, R. Keefe, G. Strob, W. Grannan, D. Olzewski, W. Morris, R. Caruso, T. Falwell, Manager. The Arlington High School baseball team enjoyed a very successful season finishing in a tie for first place with Waltham in the suburban league. It was a very close and highly contested season and the race was not decided until the last scheduled league game. The team played great ball all season, and was led by our great short stop J. Driscoll. Other players that also contributed greatly to the success of the team and who will be returning for the 1963 season are such players as J. Gilpatrick and leading pitcher for 1962 a winner in ten consecutive league games and who has been elected captain for 1963; also pitchers R. Keefe from this year’s varsity and P. Scully and W. Pulley from the J.V. squad; Varsity squad infielders, G. Strob, W. Morris and J.V. infielders G. Clarke and R. Fredo; varsity catchers R. Carr and J. Alloso and varsity outfielders P. O’Brien and R. Mulcahy. These young men will make a real good foundation for a fine baseball season in 1963. SCHEDULE Arl. Opp. Brookline 14 3 at Weymouth 4 2 Medford 6 7 at Newton South 2 1 Waltham 8 3 at Cambridge 14 4 Watertown 6 0 at Newton 5 4 Rindge 13 0 at Brockton 1 2 at Brookline 0 7 Weymouth 10 5 Newton South 1 4 at Waltham 5 2 Cambridge 13 3 at Watertown 0 7 Newton 14 10 at Rindge 6 0 Brockton 7 3 At Medford 3 7 Row I : J. Galvin, D. Wilkinson, E. Casey, P. Egan, Captain. Row 2: Mrs. Mary Coutts, Coach; G. Brown, P. Spence, S. Doherty, S. Kerr, M. Macklin, Manager. The 1962 Girls’ Varsity Tennis Team, under Captain Patrician Egan, had a full schedule of matches with no cancellations or postponements. Two new schools were added to our list of opponents, Watertown and Newton. The team won three matches decisively and lost five closely contested matches in lengthy deuce games. Altogether a hard-fought schedule with hopes for a suc- cessful 1963 season under Captain-elect Susan Doherty. TENNIS Row 1: P. Mahoney, J. Gill, J. Toomey, B. Roda, F. DiFranco, Captain; L. Serfillippi, R. Lax, R. Stanley, S. Buckley. Row 2: M. Clinton, Manager; B. Arena, J. Rizzo. M. Dobie, W. Meehan, S. Daily, P. Fitzgerald, A. Craven, A. Castellucci, N. Galvin, P. Driscoll, M. Tannian, Manager; Mary E. McDonough, Coach. SOFTBALL Once again Concord-Carlisle spoiled an undefeated season for the A.H.S. Girls with an 11-0 victory in the opening game of the season. The team continued without a loss to finish with a strong record of 7 wins and 1 loss. Captain F. DiFranco and first baseman L. Serfilippi were the only seniors on the squad which was capably managed by M. L. Clinton and M. Tan- nian. The hitting of A. Castellucci, the fine fielding of B. Roda, and the outstanding pitching of P. Mahoney, all underclassmen, were three of the many reasons for success of the 1962 A.H.S. Softball Team. SCHEDULE All. Opp. Concord-Carlisle 10 11 Cambridge 20 8 Lexington 10 0 Winchester 13 4 Melrose 15 10 Malden 19 9 Belmont 10 2 Newton 13 9 or A POTPOURRI of T V ■ ' ■ ' s ' " --... 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