North Arlington High School - Chrysalis Yearbook (North Arlington, NJ)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1939 volume:
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The Class of 1939
North Arlmgton H1gh School
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WHOSE LOVE AND COUNSEL
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oar CHRYSALIS aclvuser Mlss Lea our class advnsers Mr
Clarke and Mass Aodcslrk Mrs Drvsdale who helped vvlth the
make ap of our book Mr Joseph Flnmlm who sopplled a
homber of plcfares and Mr Bradford who asslsted us wurh
our flhahclal problems
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you Q plcrore of the rlch and varlcd program of our school
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A member of the fnrst football sauad, JOHN
RAAEN was yflted the most valuable player of l937
and was elected captcln for l93:v, dunng whlch sea'
son he earned a quarter back posutuon on the all,
statc team Track hlgk scorer tor l93:w, plngpong
champ, and presrdent of the senlor class, l'Benyy"
expects to go to college and become a commerclal
As assuclate edutor ot the CHRYSAIJS, football
manager area ylce presudent ot the sensor class,
ROBERT BRADSHAW was a very busy fellow thus
year Skllled at playlng the harmonlca, Bob as also
an ardent sports tan and swung enthuslast, He en-
loys campzng and whlstlrna and lg a swell all around
No one needs to ask ROY NELSON what hrs
ambltlon ln lute lS We all know he wants to be on
accordlonlst, Playung hrs accord.on I5 has chlet en'
thuswasm next to has frlends, who always come tlrst.
l-le has proved hls popularlty and lnterest ln the class
by belng chosen treasurer in has junuor and senlor
A peppy gurl wuth a cheery smrle, that's RlTA
ORLANDO. Ruta has been a tavorute among her
classmates, as proved by the fact that she has been
elected secretary ot our class for two consecutlve
years. Because of her love of sports, we are sure that
her career as a gym teacher wlll be successful.
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Ruth Alvenus Campbell
Esther Louise Blorling
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Alexander Bruce Margaret Therese Burns Dorothy
One of the many attractive things about LUCY BAIRD is
her nick name, "Cubbie." "Cubbie" wants to be a piano player
in an orchestra or a secretaryvor better still, to have no work to
do at all, and tour the country at leisure. What an ambitionl
When things go wrong, ESTHER BJORLING breaks into a
smile and says, "Oh well, everything will turn out all right," Non-
chalant, pretty, and vivaciouswthat's "Hesse," When she
achieves her ambition of becoming a nurse, she'll cure her pa-
tients with a smile,
RUTH CAMPBELL, better known as "Beans," enjoys crowds.
She loves to be neat and since she's always cheerful and full of
pep, we're surely going to miss her when she applies for that
position upon graduating, Her employer will get a "find,"
Distinguished and active describe HUGO BOGATTO, who
has made o success of fulfilling two difficult overlapping posi-
tions -that of first president of the GO., and captain of our
trophy winning track team If "Bing" works as hard in his busi-
ness career, he can achieve only one goal-that of success.
ALEX BRUCE is the fellow with an exposure meter in his
eyes. While the CHRYSALIS was in the making, Alex was one of
our photographers who stalked about murmuring such stuff as,
"two seconds at FS" or "l ZOO will stop that," He was right, too,
An enthusiastic sewing class student, MARGARET BURNS
hopes to someday become a famous buyer for Mocy's or some
other large department store, Margaret is interested in fashions
and would like to make this her life's work,
We confer upon DOROTHY DANEK the title of the quietest
girl in the school, but we clon't mean that she doesn't have good
times. Dot reserved Friday nights for going out and the rest
of her evenings were spent in-guess what? Right! Studying.
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Shy and reserved, RUTH CARLSON is a typical school girl,
for although she may seem rather quiet, Ruthie can surprise you
with a good hearty laugh when the occasion demands. She is
planning to join the business world upon graduating.
An enthusiastic football rooter is VERA CRAFT. Unfortun-
ately the football season lasts only till November, so Vera has
to fill out the year with roller skating. Vera has ambitions of
becoming a window dresser, We'll know where to find an expert.
JOHN CALABRO, our aviation mechanic in the making, is
the jovial punster of the class. On the football gridiron he gain-
ed the title of "l25 pounds of dynamite" from the coach. If we
ever hear of a successful space ship, we'll know it's John's.
Determination and an indomintable disposition both on the
football field and off are two virtures which are in OZZIE CALO'S
favor. Being a blocking back, "Oz" knows what it means to
fight for his Alma Mater. He hopes to work upon leaving school.
ANN D.ODSKl is no mere grandstand sports enthusiast, for
she likes to get right into games herself. Like many girls, she
enjoys dancing and rollerfskating Her ambition is to be a pri-
vate secretary with an A-l rating.
DOROTHY DUYOR says she can't wait till she graduates,
but we know she's had so much fun here she'll be sorry to leave
our school. An enthusiastic rooter at all our football games,
Dot can shout as loud as the cheerleaders
RICHARD DZIEMIAN has been called the "hidden genius,"
because of his flare for doing odd things, like being "Bongo, the
Wild Man" at the Junior Circus. His deep interest in foreign
affairs and reading usually result in good history marks.
Richard M. Dziemian
Charles E. Haffeman
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Ruth G. Ellers
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Edward R. Hendrix Ethrl S Craefe 'K-lcziit rt Elizul ctlt Han
LDUIS l"Lew" Mantessafll GALLO is the humorist and
genius of the class, but he is not content lust to make us suffer,
for he intends to be a humorist for a famous newspaper Louis
was unique the one box cheerleader with seven pretty girls
"Appealing" might well describe RUTH EILERS, Ruthie ent
ioys social affairs and, of course, dancing A pleasant iob in
the business world is Ruth! desire and as there is a needle in
every haystack, Ruth, you may find just such o career
HAROLD GASS was always in the thick of the fun A real
fighter on the football field, he was usually found at the bottom
ofthe pile. No matter how big the opponents, "Hal" will always
flash his aggressive smile and plunge right in
CHARLES HAEEEMAN, alias Charlie, is our radiant literary
artist who never fails to iniect the germ of cheerfulness into
those around him "Cheerful Charlie" is a whiz: too, when it
comes to throwing words together
All-around iolly good fellow is EDWARD HENDRIX. His
rare choice tidbits ot wit have kept us in good spirits through
many dull moments. Of course Ed is a sports fan and likes to
see our boys bring home the bacon,
ln the morning we were usually enlightened by ETHEL
GRAEEE's notes on the history assignment for the previous night.
Ethel works in the school office and hopes that this experience
will help her after graduation
lnstead of being just an ordinary sports fans, BETTY
HANEY likes fencing and horseback riding Tranauillv sweet,
Betty wants to go on to college and become a teacher Doubtless
she will be voted the most charming teacher.
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BETTY EMERY and good tlmes are as lnseparable as chlld-
ren and lolltpops Her pep as a rheerleader grew oat ot her
love for sports VVlth her sparlflna personality and cheerful
cllspl sltlon she wlll ao tar lll ct l'ege and HW lute
A ,ov al rzcrschallt-, and a aalet slncere manner go ta make
up BETTY HANNAN liettx lS a swell sport and has an excep-
tuonal Olllltllx ter athletlcs She ernlrjtvg a good mrvle and asks
only a chance to become a success HW the world ot baslness
In splte of hls avowed enthaslasm t,r hewdaxs CLIFFORD
HERRER lS loathe t, leave school behnnd htm Perhaps that lS
why he lntends to keep rlght on and become a teacher Atter
OCl'1ICVllWQll'1IS, he wants most ot all to see the world.
'lMost valaable plaver for the V331 season flttlnalv dese
crlbes KENNETH HECKER As a taotbal' ture eater he lS second
to none, and as a good stadent and a svvell tellovv he ts anbeate
able After WOVl4llWQ to earn some money 'Ken' hopes to go to
RICHARD HOLUGAN ts a svvtng tan rt there ever was one.
"Hap" beats the skln tar the N A H S SNAIYWQ Band un Jean Krapa
style Dlclds other hobby as vachtnng, vvhlch he takes In tull
stride Surely he wlll never lack trtends
GLADYS HENRY ns one ot those persons that always have
samethlng to do and something to sav. She lS the possessar of
a charmnng smlle and a wlnntng dlsposutlon whuch should help her
nmmenselv as she seeks her posutnon as secretary nn some OlflCC.
Who was the famous busnness manager at N A H S 9 JUL-
IUS HORN, ot coarse Evervthung "Yaddv trled has hand at-
handlnng money tar the Janlor Clrcas and managing the attalrs
ot the CHRYSALIS, plavlng on the football team fvvent over
vvtth a bang
Kenrtc th E Heel' er
Rlchard Brown Hell
Gladys A. Henry
Julras S. Horn
Pierre B. Lacombe
Edith Carol Johnson
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Dorothy Mae Leopold Margaret Mary Lochridge Robert J Hughes
Determination, diligence and an enviable personalityfyes,
thats EDITH JOHNSON "Ede" has given vent to her literary
genius in the STUDENT PRINTS and the CHRYSALIS Being O
typically active girl, she delights in swimming and dancing
GERTRUDE KAPLAN, who lived up to her reputation ot
being one ot the most light-hearted ot girls, always declared
that friendship was the most important thing in high school,
Shes planning to continue her education at Berkeley,
Atter the travel bug has finished his work, ROBERT
KRElNER intends to settle down and write an interesting and
exciting book ot his adventures, As editor ot THE STUDENT
PRINTS, Bob has embarked upon a literary career which he
hopes to continue,
Having earned the title ot "The Clown from Paris" because
ot his exploits at the Junior Circus, PIERRE LACOMBE has been
warmly welcomed to our school Four short years ago he could
speak no English, Now he rs vice-president ot the G O
A good sport and an all around girl is DOROTHY LEOPOLD,
"Dot" is an enthusiastic sports tan and enioyed being on the
sidelines, rooting tor N A H S She has made an excellent G, O,
treasurer and hopes to become a good secretary,
Delightful, captivating, and jolly describe MARGARET
LOCHRIDGE. Jitterbug9 Ot course, and an excellent one at
that, As a cheerleader and homeroom secretary, Margie showed
her glowing personality to be a distinct asset,
Perhaps the outstanding ability in ROBERT HUGHES's
makefup is his aptness at cartooning. But who doesn't remember
the famous thirty-eight page story Robert wrote? lt's hard to
know whether he'll be a writer or an artist,
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T l ilvlan-,uri Cali-rid liwez Ni' linc ux Auflre, Nl' rin,
"At left halfback is THOMAS MANSON e", Yes, some
day these words may be coming out of your radio speaker "Moe"
deserves credit for his hard work while playing for his Alma
Mater Besides football, Moe likes bowling and billiards
Gl.ORlA MOLINEAUX has contributed much to her school
and class. Her scholastic standing and her winning personality
have gained her the presidency of the Honor Society, but don't
think that she is a grind, for she likes dancing and fooball games,
AUDREY MORRlS's curly hair is the envy of her classmates,
but she would rather be sleek looking like Dolores Del Rio
Audreyls cheerful nature is hidden beneath her quiet manner,
We know she'll reach her obiective, a commercial teacher.
Like the rest of N AHS 's three musketeers, HENRY MORE
wants to become a successful business man Perhaps one of the
chief reasons is that "Hickie" enioyed the business machine
course so much Like many business men, he is already a staunch
WILEORD NEAL has the unique ambition of becoming a
great banio player and is planning to study music when he leaves
high school Willy's favorite recreation and pastime is roller
skating and they say he certainly can skate like a champion
A flash of red-gold hair and a charming smile-Wthat's
RUTH NORDFORS, whose task it was to edit this Yearbook
Brimming with enthusiasm, she found going to high school a
grand experience. "Rusty" has the highly original ambition of
becoming an author.
A-l iitterbug Who? MILDRED NUTTALL, ofcourse' Mil-
lie enjoys dancing above everything else, but, nevertheless, finds
time for swimming and iceeskating, Since she enjoys social events
and sports so much, her comtemplated office career may seem
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Winfred Emily Schoen-eber
Sarah Luella Schiid
Janet Barbara Schreiber
BERTHA SAHAGIAN has a quiet, genial manner. She says she
has enjoyed everything that school life has given her, but prefers
dancing and listening to the radio above everything else We'lI
always remember her as the darkeeyed gypsy in the Junior Circus.
One of the peppiest of the cheerleaders, SARAH SCHlLD
enjoyed dancing and swimming as well as watching football
games. Sally has always said she liked everything in school,
even the studying. The Tri-Y liked Sally, for they made her
WINIFRED SCl-lOENLEBER's greatest enjoyment in high
school was chemistry lab. Winnie liked football games and her
studies, too. Her greatest ambition in life is to be a success.
We wish Winnie luck in her college career.
An all-star football kicker, CHARLES SMITH admits that
he loves to sleep, "Wide-awake" Charlie was also one of the
track heroes, Can't you just imagine him in l999 telling his
grandchildren about all the fun 'way back in l939?
"Fastidious" is the word for JANET SCHREIBER, for she
is always as fresh as the proverbial daisy. A success in school,
she devoted herself to all sorts of activities, enjoying especially
football games and dancing.
A scholar and talented pianist without being a bore-
that's ISABELLE SKAL, "Izzy" proved her love for sports when
after every football game she could just whisper, "I'm a little
hoarse," When she smells HZS in her college lab, she'll remem-
ber room lO-4.
"Silence is golden," is the motto of DOROTHY STEITZ.
Of her four years in high school, Dot enjoyed her junior year the
most. When not in school, Dot's favorite recreation is swimm-
ing. Her aim in life is to be the perfect secretary.
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We con stall remember the doy when EVELYN STOCK first
come to N A H S She mode us thank of Snow White Although
she hos been here only o short time Evy enaoys our corefree
otmosph re ond tne friendliness between student ond teocher
You heor someone g gglang turn ond see JANE STORM
INGER wreothed an her awfcctaous gran Stormy olwoys loved
chemistry olthough she could aust obout reoch the top of the Iob
toble As o cheerleoder she gove some of her pep to our squod
MARY STRECKER wall leove our high school thas yeor but
at wall be some time before lost troces of the ort work thot she
hos left behind wall vonash from our wolls ond fales uaet ond
unamposang Dork Eyes as on exceptaonolly good doncer
Becouse of haS hoppy go lucky dasposataon JOHN VERDI
wos heortaly welcomed bock to N A H S Full of wat ond humor
John hopes to follow the footsteps of Wolter Wanchell but an the
meontame he expects to work for on ansuronce compony
Efficiency as CLAIRE TAYLOR s maddle nome, Whenever
there wos work to be done on clubs or the GO. we found Clcaire
an the madst of at. She olso proved her obility by ottoining the
highest Girl Scout oword the Golden Eoglet.
VlRGlNlA TOWNSEND our up-ond-coming Elsie de Wolfe
N.A.H S. version is Ginny to oll of us who know her, Ginny
wonts obove oll to become on interior decorotor ond one ccan
often find her sketching owoy ot house plons ond the like.
One of the two girls in the school orchestro JEAN WARTER
hos the distinction of being the only senior member. Music is
not her only enthusiosm for she enjoys call kinds of sports. Her
voraed interests wall continue to win her mony friends.
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THOMAS WARK has no trifling ambition he wants to
become a mllli inaire Upon leasing school however, he is going
to get a lab at the bottom and Work' up l-lere's hoping he
tinds time tor mam social actixities he so much enioys.
Lovable and QG5, SHIRLEY WORTH will r'nOkC Ony of her
patients get better when she's a nurse, The mainstay ot the
cheering squad, Shirley has helped all the spectators to cheer
themselves right into sandpaper throats at every game
Who Caught the first winning tOuChdOwn DOSS7 Why ROB-
ERT WOLFEI iff course Bob has been active in school affairs as
evidenced by his being elected president at the junior class in
'38, and president of the l-li Y in '39,
A really exceptional fellow is EVERETT ZIEGLER, lt's a
case ot the early bird getting the worm, but what would "Zeke"
do with a worm His two main hobbies are roller skating and
model railroading, and he goes in strong tor both ot them,
MURRAY ZUCKERBROD, one of our swing enthusiasts,
wants to become an orchestra leader but expects to be a plumb-
er, No matter what the future holds for him, we know that his
grand smile and jovial manner will win him friends wherever
For most of us our hugh school days began on our gram
mar school graduatuon nught amud all the excutement of the
gurls punnung on theur furst corsages and takung home theur
bouquets Wheu Mr Zummerman shook our hands we felt
as though we were really grown up but remember the
scared solemn faces wuth whuch the boys paraded slowly up
the ausles and the confusuon of the gurls when they trupped
on theu furst long dresses
When September came we found much to our chagrun
that we were only Froshues looked upon as babues by the
uunuors who were then the hughest grade un the school Our
freshman year was enluvened by occasuonal partues wuth spe
cual mphasus upon refreshments
Our sophomore year started wuth the glad news that we
were to have half sessuon untul the buuldung was funushed but
ut wasnt much fun when we had to wrute most of our wgrk
because the hubbub of the steam shovels and hammers
drowned out our vouces One of the great events of the yea
was the sophomore theatre party to The Whute l-lorse Inn
On the other great trup seven hularuous busloads of us went
to the curcus
Thus year was also umportant because we furst organuzed
our class and brought forth our furst money makung proposu
tuon the movue party for the whole school to see My Maru
The uunuor year the most excutung fulled us wuth the
grand feelung the upper classes always have Remember way
back when we were freshman were delughtful words to say
Even un September we talked about the Prom' However
before that grand occasuon we were to know the excutement
and fun of guvung our own curcus The menagerue the clowns
the freaks the Baxaruan Gardens the dancung and the game
room all together proved a great success The Junuor Prom
held un the softly shaded lughts of the Swuss Chalet wull al
ways be remembered as one of those maun days You know
luke your furst date etc The gurls beautufully dressed
delucately tunted dresses and the boys cooperatung wuth theur
full dress suuts added the necessary dugnuty and charm The
year slowly drew to a close and on the senuors graduatuon
nught the uunuor gurls Iuterally walked unto theur senuor year
when the Dausy Chaun gracefully formed the honor guard for
the outgoung class
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The start ot school thus year dudn't
tuuud us wuth the usual "Well, they've got
us ccged' attutude We got up wuth
alacrutj, that turst mornung last Septeme
ber, tor we were senuors. Those exfuun-
ufurs, how tar away they seemed'
Because of the excutement of new
studues and the start ot the football sea-
suun we dudn't organuze our class untul
about the muddle of October. Then we
elected John Raaen, presudent, Robert
Bradshaw, vucefpresudent, Ruta Orlando,
secretary, and Roy Nelson, treasurer. Soon
everyone was at work on the task of mak-
ung our senuOr year the best ever.
In October, too, THE STUDENT
PRINTS began uts monthly output, After
weeks spent un gatherung news, typung up
the dummy, cartoonung, pastung, and
Ietterung headlunes, the edutors, Bob Krue-
ner and Eduth Johnson, and theur enthusuf
astuc staff turned out a grand "newsy"
turst edutuon, to be tollowed by others uust
We saw further evudence that our
school was becomung a "real hugh school"
when the turst G O, was inaugurated in the
tall. Thus organuzatuon, headed by Hugo
Bogatto, presudent, Puerre Lacombe, vuce-
presudent, Dorothy Bryan, secretary, and
Dorothy Leopold, treasurer, was soon
ottackung such problems as charterung
clubs, reducung the number of cases of
tarduness, adopting a constitution, and
establushung a pount system.
"Ale, the seniors' dues are comung un at last."
"l.et's feature the G. O. nomunatucnsf'
Above The G O.-treasurer reports the organuzatuon "un the black
Below: The Delegate Assembly members lusten to the munutes.
The football season opened rn a blaze
of colfnr Slgns so brtght they would have
made a rarnbow seern subdued appeared
on the blackboards rn every room, lRe-
member what happened when you leaned
Of course the season opened wnth a
burst of lusty' cheering! too. The cheer-
leaders- seven pretty gurls and one brave
boy- -kept the enthuslasm of both the
plaxers and the spectators at fever heat
Just how enthustostrc the spectators were
can be seen rn the thrrd pscture We'll
never forget the excrtement of that first
touchdown of the season
There certarnly was plenty of cause
for cheerrng We watched the team wtn
more games than tn any prevrous season.
l-low they slaved at back-breakung call-
sthenrcs to lumber taut muscles, rnuch to
thetr duscomfort and the inevitable watch-
ers' enloyrnent' The hours and hours
they spent in sunshlrae and pourrng rain
practicrng, in some cases just for the privi-
lege of snttung onthe bench and hoping to
be allowed to play even a few minutes at
the end of the fourth auarterl
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l-'rut what waald the fastball sc-asan be wutnaaf dances
iyml flu' auunuua' rluuwuurw It was lwere Tnaf The gurls and even ,
une Lareuuts nl nl tneur part The Tlwankless tasks af putlung :V -4 1
up an-:rural c ns prunfung fuckers makung posters, and round-
uuug up Tne Tucku-T manex alfen ga annafuced Dx flwase Wl'1O SOy,
VV11S'lTuT3 swell1'lOu'uCQ" The Tru Y gurls can tell you a lat
all 'ar new mach ellarr went unfgtu preparatuans for the Fall
Gay wuflw pennants, the Paar-
lnall Vuctary Dance, guven by
the uuunuarsu was a fuftung true
bare fa Oar grand players
As un prevuaas gears the clue
max af the seasan was the
Faatlnall DIMNCV af wliuclw HOV-
xey Harman, Rutgers' famaas
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Preporing the Scenery
The other side of the Christmas seo-
son ffthe deep religious significonce of the
holidoyswwos reflected in the beoutiful
Notiyity ploy produced by the Senior Dro-
The lovely scenery wos the result of
hours of concentrotion upon plonning,
drowing, ond pointing. None of us will
soon forget the intense blue of the sky,
lighted by one golden stor, in the first
scene, or the glow obout the strow-
thotched stoble in the second,
The cleor, fresh voices of the Glee
Club set the keynote of the ploy ond odded
the chorrn of the old corols to the beouty
of the ogeless story,
Following the Bible story closely, the
ploy told of the oppeoronce of the stor in
the sky, the coming of the ongel to the
shepherds, their journey to the Monger
ond their offering of gifts to the Child,
ond finolly the odorotion of the Wisernen.
Upon our return to school in our newly-
acguired Christmas clothes we were greeted by
the cheerful news that work had at last begun on
the erection ot the latest addition to the school,
a gymnasium and auditorium wing, The contrac-
tor, the surveyor, and the tractor, combined with
the snorting rhythm ot the steam shovel, gave a
"men-at work" atmosphere to lXl.A.l-l.S.
A wave at activity surged through the school,
The mural showing awesome prehistoric monsters
was completed in the science room. Clubs re-
sumed their programs interrupted by the holidays.
The Lens and Shutter Club, particularly its senior
members! began in good earnest to take the many
pictures they contributed to this yearbook.
Amid all this excitement students were con-
tronted with the problems ot studying for exams
and writing their tirst term papers tor history.
The library saw a steady stream of seniors pour-
ing over books and encyclopedias,
rg reap-ggrgrw ter term paper: brrdu eye new Drttc werrvfg eye vtew
CCR tc wark Informotnom Pleose'
rev 'Awrwg or hcse mud-xeors Where do teachers get such questions?
For these amttervts the reward mf icvoltv schoforshtp, ex- crm thetr fe'?cw students was etecthurw to rhewwbershtp IU
celterwt Character and Jtttstomimg gerwrgg rg yhe schoot the Nattzmci Honor Soctetv
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Pram guvem lil hcmar af the semars The beautiful
event added ah ,ther memary tc Oar lust af hugh school
revertes The glrls were breath takmg IU thelr soft,
swlrlthg dresses and the fellows added a hate af dlgm
ty In therr "summer farmals H
Havlhg reached the goal ttf every sensor, name
ly! QI'GdLJOfIf7f1, we wall always recall the stately caps
ahd Qawhs, the preclaas duplamas, the heverftarbe
forgotten farewell speeches, and last, with dreadful
fmalvty, aur marching aat af the portals af our Alma
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A DAY AT N. A. H. SZ
What sort of private life does he have?
between periods, in his spare time, after school?
What sort of private life does he have?
What about his social affairs, his friends, his yi? .
likes and dislikes?
These pages contain the answers in pictures
that tell a story-informal and intimate shots show-
ing the lives and habits of students,
These pictures, based on a recent survey of the
senior class, present an authentic study of student ,
life as we have lived it.
Nil antlinr Oldrrn cluck ii'-r lil"SlClS crfuwin
mules the typical sciwimr but his rn4ftlier's call,
Putting her best face forward takes ten minutes Breakfast is usually MOSY S6f1lOfS walk
of a senior girl's time. Almost all use make-up. light, milk is popular, to and from school.
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iay plays, movies, talks, and musical programs.
Students learn how They learn, too, haw to give
to find information. one another a helping hand.
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what it is that makes a grasshopper hop, of a mast perplexing problem of planes and angles.
"So you think you'll get out of a bath by hid- "A poodle'S life is
ing under the stove! Not on your life, boyl" not o happy one . . .
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IKE the House of Representatives in Wash-
ington, the Delegate Assembly is the part
of the G O. that is in closest touch with stud
dents, Made up of representatives from each
homeroom, this group discusses problems
confronting the school.
After they have thrashed out difficul-
ties, the members make up suggestions and
recommendations to be brought before the
Executive Council, who in turn look to the
Assembly for new ideas and an expression of
lMILAl2 to the Senate in Vtfashington, the
F- Executive Council of the GO, passes on all
suggestions brought up in the Delegate As-
sembly The main purpose of the Executive
Council is to help students as much as pos-
sible by following their suggestions and by re-
moving causes for complaints.
Besides the G O. officers and the club
chairman, the council has nine members, two
from each of the three upper classes, and one
eacn from the three lower classes.
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senvars, elected ten juntars ta brtng the
mernbershtp tw the usual twenty
Thls accamnltshed, the club went ahead
wtth nts regular acttvttues amang whtch were:
a trap to the Rahway YMCA spansared by the
liahway HI Y, a swimming party ta Hacken-
sack, a skattng party to l-lackensackg a sertes
at vallex ball games wnth the Tr: Yg and the
spansartng at sexeral safety nralects and as
semhlx programs tar the school
EDlCATED fLtTl'16tdCOlOlCOFY'1r'T'tL,1VtlTy ser'
wee, the Tn'Y has more than tulttlled tts
:rms The gfrls x ated to ratse a fund at tttty
dallars taward the expense at publtshtng the
handbuctk Thts year they gave the tlrst at
them' annual tall dances, and made the grand
prattt af Sf 47.
Ltke mast at the ather clubs, they had
a Chrfstmas party but they enlayed even
mire the the thex had later, to whtch they
tnwtted tlae hcxs at the t-ln-Y.
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HE Student Prints Club has as its major
activity, the publication of the school
newspaper, THE STUDENT PRINTS. The
paper, which is published every month, shows
clearly the hours of concentrated effort the
members put upon their work. Starting four
years ago as a mimeographed magazine, the
paper has evolved into a four-page, off-set
printed publication that reflects admirably the
busy life of N.A,H.S.
The club provides staff members with
opportunities to get experience in journalism.
O learn the essentials of good breeding-
that is the purpose of the SubfDeb Club.
The girls had numerous opportunities to act as
hostesses, especially on Club Night when they
entertained the teachers and the guest speak-
Much of the club time is devoted to a
study of the rules ot etiquette which make
social life pleasant. They have learned how
cultured people behave under different cir-
cumstances so that they in turn may be free
HE tfrnlluantty C turett ,fstwm r r the Jun
lar benror fNAwstre', the t.nlx drwxe, and
many other fries:-, rs we re rr rtpets ot the
Art and Poster-r L uf tvftwzers hue used
therr own tune truwlk tu tn 'gt others QCT pub'
Inetty tor worthwhrie acttvrtues
As thrs as an atter Sfhfivifl Stub there are
no at-t 'me cruh nwc-T was exrcpt when there
are posters needet: t. r the ttttererwt dass tr
School prugects Then the art room hams with
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N answer to the requests ot a number of
non Cummereuat students who wanted to
learn to use ottree machtnes the Business
Maehnes Club was QVQGVWwZCd The members
learn to use such eautpment as the addung
machine and the poster prrntnng machine.
They nn turn render a servuce to the school by
preparrng posters and programs tor various
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his issue of the CHRYSAUS owes much to
the Lens and Shutter Club, for its mem
bers contributed many of the informal shots.
Composed of iuniors and seniors, the club is
fostering interest in phatcgraphy as o hobby
in school and tn later life
The club was fortunate in having the
Board of Education purchase a splendid auto-
focus enlarger for them, They sold about one
hundred football pictures On Club Night
they featured an exhibit of their work, with n
prize for the best unit.
" B. Tf' is the official name of the Junior
Camera Club The letters stand for "Jn-
stantaneousf "bulb," and 'timef' and were
taken from the markings on cameras.
The purposes of the club are to improve
picture taking technique, to learn developing
and to get more enioyment out of picture tale
ing Each month there was a contest for the
best snaprshttt, the best pictures to be entered
are a contest at the end of the year. They
raised a fund for the poor at Christmas and
bought a dexeloping set.
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EWING a tine seam is no longer lost art to
the members ot the Home Economics
and learning how to wear clothes to the best
advantage, In addition to making clothes,
they gave several parties to show the girls how
to be correct and gracious hostesses
Their spring projects were a tashion show
in which the girls exhibited the clothes they
had made themselves, and a number ot trips
to different clothiers.
ITH so many people riding hobbies, the
Girls' l-landcratt Club has proved very
popular In tact, it became necessary to di
vide the club into two groups
The girls worked on protects ot their own,
each one choosing some sort of handcratt that
she will continue to be interested in, such as
knitting, crocheting, soap carvtng, block print'
ing, and making and weaving baskets Many
brought their own materials, but some were
supplied by the sponsors
HEN as a hut pick not a hut puck? The
aoswer rs, 'Wherw a Leathercraft Club
member IS usmg at to tool Teather " Usmg
such sample too's, thex iearrwed first haw' to
marmrpulate the leather Theo they made de
STQOS tor such artrctes as key cases, wallets,
and change purses
After less hs rr: the art of Iacrrwg thev
turned to more drftrcult protects luke Irhked
belts jerkms, desk sets, and book csxers
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members Team how' to drrve urmtetlrgehtly
under xarrous corwdrtrons and how to avoid ac-
crderwts These rrurposes were accomplrshed by
drstrrbutrrwg pamphlets, readmg books, and
prcserwtmg specral speakers and demorwstra'
At the erwd ot the year the state mspec
tor QONC members a wrrtteh amd 'zral test.
Those who succeeded uh passing thts test may,
wherw thex reach the requnred age, get therr
lrcemse by takmg just the road ood vrsroo tests,
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F5 sttll a red letter day tar French Club
members when a letter arrnves tram France
The members are even now addtng to thetr
knowledge ot French by an exchange ot cor'
respondence wtth students an France
Thetr program was rtchlv varued Each
member crtntrtbuted a chapter to a bltok en'
tttled, "A Boys Trtp to Francef' They gave
a Thanksgtvtng basket to the poor, had a
Chrtstmas party, went on a trap to see "The
Amertcan Wav,' and later saw 'Ballertnat
PPLEALING to gurls' interest nn actually
talmng part In sports, the Junlor Girls'
Sports Club as popular wnth students an the sev'
en'h and erght grades, The tarst meettng ot
each month ts devoted to bustness, whtle all
the others are actnvttv meettngs. Members ot
the club take turns tn planntng tor the Octav-
Bestdes games olaxed durtng club oertod,
the gtrls have enloved htlong, swimmtng, bt'
cxcltng, roller skatsng, and an outdoor partx'
marlatng the close of theur year
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Qusm or PEACE ......,.,,..
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was potty uw tc c o wc stasfn A Polnt
asa tt l wasn f so smtotn cs oulc wc dcslrec but at t
' w 5 1 L r s t a t ry wc t was the team l
use t the ncw swtcr Thcre ore becausc of a superb e
e tse the s orc was 6 lln North Arllngton s favor
At Good Cotnscl the ll cklng was smoother hut falled
somctlmes at our opponent s goal Ilne Yet the blockcrs were
responstble for the '23 yards gauned tr ground p ays How
ever the Intense heat wore down our furst and second strung
ers and the fxnal score was l9 l3 IH favor of Good Counsel
The spectators and football players were tusttfted nn namtng
t a glorldus at eat
Plawng Lyndhurst was merely a story of gotng out of
our class Even nere our defensvye maehlne was not stooped
comp ete y The ftnal score was 6 tn fayor of our neugh
bors remarkably good score for as aga nst such strong
ln North Arllngton s cyes the plcture f the Harrison
game was lust a matter of bad breaks Thetr flrst touch
down came after recovertng Q fumble bv North Arllngtor'
on the three yard lune whence they tmmedtately plunged over
Thetr other touchdown was scored on a pass lnto the end
On the offense only the center of the line proved to
be lnytnclble because of the ntce work of Hecker Calabro
and Lacombe The flnal score was lil 7 wlth North Arltng
ton on the short end
After these three defeats IU a row North Arltngtan be
came a changed team The players were brtlltant tn blacktng
S xty str.
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ts c"f A' ln almit ex try detotl th' team under the
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'mth . wr w lrg n teams ta 'ect tt. dm
NW 1 -bc w 'f if out to mckw tht' fwcltbafl 'W l st
fall 'ttle d l l '- eo lic- they wcre to learn a ne , ' 1 1 of
tocltlct L tt 1 tt .1 tl l th 'tk gctrnes w cl ive wg n lm lv :la
lng rather than ,na yldua' performance lhey soon learned
that eyer- one an the team had tc do h-' b U ctl the
res l o' ti fa l :re lh 1 -' X l at X Cn ' TGV
I3 'J Mke lhn liio- could do llttlc If I t "ld
gtar l' to-lc-d nlrn
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hrouck l-lenghts conttrst They cfrmpletely overpowered theur
foes and came out wtth a pleasant lf? O vtctory Many sec-
ond strung men showed thetr real worth In thrs game
The story was the some forthe Wardlaw battle North
Arltngtorfs blncktng was beaottfoly Indeed making for long
runs frequently But, even then, It was not onttl the lost
two mtnates that the tssoe was declded The ftnol score was
l3 7 wtth North ArI:ngton on top
Agatnst Queen of Peace, the story was dnfferent, The
fteld was covered wtth ace, malong long rons almost on tme
possubtltty lt was the heouttful punttng by Charles Smtth
that contunoally polled os out of danger as well as the wane
derful work of the North Arltngton Itne that constantly pot
Queen of Peace tn danger All afternoon! they bottled up
Queen of Peace to the extent that our opponents gatned a
mtnus fave xards for thetr efforts The game wos won and
lost on the many fumbles The store was l9 7 wtth a su
pertor North Arltngton eleven on top a ftne close for a soc
Some of the soccc Q was doe to oar cheerleaders argtng
the boys on to vlctory The vtston of seven lovely grrls and
one dauntless bov as they performed thetr tntrucate forma
ttons spurred the team to a Itke enthustasm
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SAVINGS ACCOUNTS PERSONAL LOANS
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Safe Deposut Boxes A Suze For Any Purpose
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
CONAPLIMENTS OF T HE
North Arhngton I-hgh School
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President MRS J LLOYD KEPLER
Ist Vice Presldent MRS DAVID WARK
Znd Vnce Presndenf MISS MARGARET PELISSIER
Secretory MRS HENRY GAUCI-I
Treosurer MRS JOSEPH ORLANDO
I-Insforuon MISS MARIAN LEA
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West Hudsons Leadmg Newspaper
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Sportmg Goods Camp Outfrtters
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