North Arlington High School - Chrysalis Yearbook (North Arlington, NJ)
- Class of 1943
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THE CLASS OF 1943
North Arlington High School
NORTH ARLINGTON, NEW JERSEY
To all our boys nh service
Wrltes the Class ot 43
We deducate thus CHRYSALIS
Wlth prlde and loyalty
We orause you tor your Courage
Your wlllmghess to tnqht
For you there IS HO enemy
That can dety your rhlght
We know that through your ettorts
A peace shall ehd thus war
We salute you our detehders
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WILLIAM R HOLBERT FRANKJ HURLEY
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Board of Educatnon
FLORENCE COBB Presvdent
WALTER J MCMULLEN
ARTHUR F MATHISEN, br
IRIS F OTTE, Dnstrnctiflerk
Term QXDNVCJ Februgfy 7943
with "play," for she is the coach of the Players and is respon-
sible for hits like "Ever Since Eve." Miss Lister teaches in the
seventh and eighth grades and shows her versatility by playing
for the glee club and assembly singing In addition to English,
Miss Pelissier teaches French sponsors the Honor Society
and arranges assembly programs one of the best features of
our school Miss Hilton divides her time between teaching
English and Latin sponsoring the Latin Club and counseling
Closely connected with the English department is our
librarian Miss Reddy famous for the way she has organized
student assistants to help us in the library
Four teachers make up the commercial department Head
of the department and custodian of school funds Miss Aude
sirk is known for her efficiency and her oft repeated remark
Have you checked that stencil? Mr Ruckels favorite
remark seems to be I grant you He has done much to
build up our basketball team Miss Bialek sponsors our school
store Val Halla and like many other teachers devotes
much time to war work Our fourth commercial teacher Mr
Beckett is adviser to THE STUDENT PRINTS and faculty
managed of athletics He sees that we get our tickets AND
the right change
Mr Flimlin head of the science departement has three
others associated with hum His interest in photography leads
to his being consulted on all sorts of problems of exposure
speed of films and what have you Miss Fadden combines her
interest in science with work as a nurse s aide Miss South
gate a new comer to our faculty fairly bubbles with pep and
enthusiasm Mr Coughlin shares his favorite sport fishing
with other members of the staff
Besides Mrs Capwell we have two other math teachers
Mrs Davidson in addition to her teaching finds time to
direct the Student Council and head up the Victory Corps
program Miss Cunningham takes charge of the Red Cross
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activities in the school, helping students to "knit one, purl
Three teachers give most of their time to social studies.
Mr. Bradford leads seniors through the intricacies of P, A. D.
Mrs. Van Winkle teaches history in the high school, advises
the senior class, and counsels the iuniors, ln the junior high
Mrs Lubben teaches history and geography,
The six remaining teachers on our faculty work with
what are known as 'tspecial" subjects Two of them teach
gymnasium Mrs Steffens is in charge of the girls and has
worked out a popular system of inter-class contests run by
the students themselves under the guidance of the Leaders'
Club ln the boys gym Mr Detels is in charge of the tough
ening up program requested by the government to prepare
boys for military service
The artistic side of our education comes under the
leadership of Mrs Trullinger who teaches art and Miss Zin
garo who teaches music and directs the glee clubs and the
Shopwork for both boys and girls is directed by Mr Fin
Iey who practices what he preaches about vocational training
by working in a defense plant after school hours l-lomemaking
is Miss O Malley s subiect l-low often we ve been made hun
gry by the tantalizing odors that come from the domestic sci
Mrs Swaim our school nurse calls on us when we re
absent and looks after our welfare in general
The two secretaries in our office are both alumnae of
N A H S and being sisters both named Johnson Miss
Forence Mr l-lolberts secretary is famous for a sentence
we ve heard often Don t forget your excuse tomorrow morn
ing or I ll have to send you home for it Miss Edith M
Hurley s secretary has earned a reputation for being obliging
from her often repeated Surely
Now that you ve met the thirty two members of our
faculty we Il introduce you to the students
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rc t t cur l ycs We hayc had .3 grand t me workrng and play
r hcr c can r a k n mu h fun and many Q
rncs r vw mbcrta wt than that we feel tnat s hOOr
y de e to ta e the future eyen the urrcer 1
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At th s TWYWC we shou d ket rntroduce the tybrcal senror
of N rrth Arlr gt n Hrgh 5 nool He has enyoycd thus year the
most ot al and wouldnt mrnd com ng back next year rf he
were surc that homework would be ab lrshGd
Football ranks trrst an ung hrs tay r te sports but basket
ball ard swlmmnng are very close to t
It yru would lke lu combrne hrs fworrte pastrme and
rad o program tune rn Bob Hopes radro show on Tuesday
Wrghf or perhaps you could get Harry James orchestra on the
Make Belneve Ballroom to render h m Whrte Chrrstmas
Problems of Amerrcan Democracy P A D s hrs lay
r tc subrect and that mrght have sornethrng to do wrth hrs out
lrc lt n the w ur He belreyes the war wrll last two years
We be reye tnat some day he mrght DE a moyre rrtrc He
clsrms Now Voyager to be the best prcture ot the year
Greer Garson rs hrs tavorrte actress and there rs a tre between
Gary Cooper and Errol Flynn tor the best actor
Personally tnrs senr r wouldnt cnange places wrth any
one but he admrres Presldent Roosevelt more than anyone
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NOw we d lrke to haye y u meet our classmates
:S . . . n as well as aculty
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yrs-tr rs ccmr grttetl upon ur frre 'rd ns Wd our lcryalty to
thes,l,rrrl 'A L lf y.' Ld lr ri " A h d
se -rr 3 sr glr e a ple gt ack ct ciropc- at on on 're art lr
arrr, str lr' t Dir you w nder that we we e th lla 1 r hat?
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Charles Altken Verner Anderson Rose Beduguan
Chuck enloys the dnstlnctnon of beung the
furst member of our sensor class to enlast
entering the Navy early IH the year Before
enllstlng he could always be seen at the school
dances lndulglng tn hls favorite recreation
When Chuck wore one of has famous sport
packets the hall always seemed about three
Known for hzs qulck on the trlgger mathe
matlcal mind and that blonde wavy hanr thats
the envy of all the gurls Verner us one of our
qulet sensors We can certalnly see why math
ns hrs favornte subyectl l-le s a good scout
an more ways than one IH fact he s a Scout
Rose ordlnarnly a quuet senlor lS apt to
laughnngly comment Go soak your head f
you make a sassy remark Football basketball
tennis volleyball and badminton are among
her Interests Maybe some of the gurls wall be
wearlng Roses creatlons when her dream of
becomsng a famous fashion designer comes
Bernie as a lukable blond sensor with an urge
to attend an aeronautical engineering School
Hts nnterest In model alrplane bulldung should
be a great asset to hls career As vlce pres:
dent of the Hu Y Bernle has devoted much of
has tlme to thus organnzatuon Many of the
posters un our hall testlfy to Bob s rnterest In
Murnel s quiet charm has made her many
frlends IH the two years she has been wlth us
Bowlnng volleyball basketball and baseball
are on her preferred sports lust Are you
kidding? or l-le s rugged' are expressions
you ll probably hear when you re near Muruel
She ll make some lucky executive a flne sec
Durlng hns four years at N A Pete has
become one of the most popular boys In the
student body l-le has xcelled an football
baseball and on the basketball court Has
popularlty :sn t due only to hns physncal abnllty
but to has pleasant personalaty and witty
Robert Bernadmo Muriel Boylan Peter A Dalesso
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Lachlan Cameron Mane A Corso
Pudge us the type of fellow one might call
carefree Lute to hum us a song and he means
to keep un tune He has a secret passion
namely Harry James Perhaps Lachlan wull
realize hus ambition to go saulung when he be
comes one of Uncle Sam s Merchant Marines
Thus petite young miss has taken part un
many actuvutues during her hugh school days
Everyone remembers her dancing un the Mun
basketball swummung and badminton When
you hear her radio going full blast youll know
the dual us set for the Make Believe Ballroom
or Harry James orchestra
Jummy us the fellow you ask to help you
when you get stuck un chemistry class One
of those science whuzzes he also us unter
esteo un astronomy Wonder ut he can tell
fortunes by the stars? Few of hus classmates
know ut but Jum us an accomplished musucuan
A captivating smile and two dancing eyes
introduce Mel A native ot New York she
came to us un our sophomore year The town
ot Pleasantvulle her former home must ac
Count for that sunny disposition Ambitious
she wishes to become the perfect secretary
Another of the legion of gurls who wush to
become Florence Nughtungales S r wull
make a good nurse Her heerful attitude and
quiet truendluness should give her an enviable
sports especially basketball and volleyball
She enuoys swummung during the summer
Thus dynamuc personality wull long be re
membered by N A s followers both on the
gruduron and basketball court Hus excellent
playung ot both sports has earned hum the rught
to go down un our schools Hall of Fame
Johnny was co captaun ot the basketball team
of l942 43 He untends to make the Navy hus
lute tume career
Imelda Corcoran Shirley Crouthers John D Adamo Jr
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Red halr exuberance and dramatnc abllnty
describe our Chrassle An attractuve member
ot the casts of most of our plays she twnnkles
luke the star she may someday become He
abrllty on the basketball and volleyball courts
proves she has many talents Her smooth
danclng and wltty conversation makes her
popular among her classmates
A cheery Hu Hank greets thls lovable
sensor as she strolls through the halls Henrl
etta quuet and snncere ns everyones frnend
With her lnfectlous giggle and nnevltable
blush she goes through lute quite happily
Her popularnty to say nothung of her capabll
:ty won her the posutlon of class treasurer rn
her junior and sensor years
The president of the Student Councll
Tommy always seems to be runnnng somewhere
for something for someone An active member
of THE STUDENT PRINTS and H1 Y he also
helped Ever Since Eve to success with his
portrayal of a football captain
An expert rufleman Bob as also Interested
In baseball and frshnng Havlng trlgonometry
as has favorlte subject he should fund hs
chosen profession mechanncal englneerung
an lnterestlng one Thus will have to walt
untul after the war though untul Bob comes
sallung home from the Navy
Everyone knows Ruth with her sweet smnle
and pleasant way She has managed our school
store wnth the capable effuclency she posses
ses Ruth was chaurman of our .lunuor Prom
Commnttee and a member of our Glee Club
Having proved her abllnty as secretary of her
homeroom Ruth wlll be an asset ln the bus:
Harry has lzterally pulled us out of many
tlght spots ln baseball games wnth has out
standsng playzng One of the few of our sensor
boys who would luke to take a trnp around the
world after the war of course Harry wall
certasnly keep has posse even IN strange lands
Robert George Frisch Ruth Marjorie Faulls Harry R Hammer
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Vivacious and c h a r m i n g describe our
Annie She has rhythm in her walk and rhythm
in her talk Noted for her cheerleading ability
and willingness to cooperate she is one of our
most outstanding seniors A nie likes all
sport but bowling is on the top of her lst
She s going to make some executive a mighty
A jolly litterbug .lack came to N A in his
iunior year His dancing and acting ability
and Senior Minstrel and Dont Take My
Penny Jack wants to take a crack at the
Axis after he graduates l-le expects to go
into the air corps Happy landings Jack
Way back in September Bill decided to do
his but by getting a iob in a war plant This
proved to be lots of fun for Bill had the op
portunity of coming to school in a blantant
plaid work shirt and high laced shoes topped
with scarlet socks A good half miler perhaps
Bill will continue his interest in track at the
college of pharmacy he plans to attend
D Elia Jack Funeman Wrllram Grll
Automobile mechanic is the field that Pat
would like to enter after graduation One of
those ready willing and able fellows he is
always there Pats the fellow who does so
much tor our school and says so little about
t in tact his name is synonymous with
Everybody knows him everybody likes him
is sense of humor ability on the gridiron
an pleasing personality make him outstand
ou Bill s just a happy go lucky fellow who
likes to dance and eat His ambition to be
a State Trooper Watch out you speeders or
you ll have Ferocious after you
lf you hear someone greet you with H
Schmaltz you should know immediately its
Bill using one of the expressions most popular
with him The gas shortage doesn t bother him
since his hobby is walking We guess Bill has
all the angles trig is his favorite subiect'
Hi Y Auto Club and the Student Council
claimed his attention
Patsy J Falzarano Bull Farrell Wrllram T Gregg
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won him a place in the spot light of the Junior ing. Don't let the nickname, "Ferocious" fool
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Jean Young Harrns Barbara Heely SNIIIGY HOCHWISCY
Grandma as Jean ns known to her frnends
snnce her magnnflcent showing ID Don t Take
My Penny ns as Interested an sports as she ns
ln dramatlcs Ever Slnce Eve brought her
age down another generatnon She played the
mother In thus popular presentation' Jean
hasnt devoted all her energnes to the stage
however war work and travel also held her
Barbara has dlvlded her sensor year between
secretarlal tralnung' She s famous for her effl
clency whlch IS reflected IH her cllpped clear
speech and for her lovely blond halr which
she wears I0 such a pretty feather cut
Hockey endowed wlth an addlng machlne
mlnd lntends to become an accountant Base
ball and basketball hrs favorlte sports have
an energetlc supportor nn Stan He can always
be seen at the games rootlng for hls favorlte
team ours of course Another ambltlous
sensor he wants to own has own buslness ten
years from now
Happy go lucky Mac with has frnendly smlle
and pleaslng personallty has made many
fruends durlng hls hugh school years Angus
strange to say would luke to change places
wlth Hltler' He says he d luke to see how lt
feels to thunk you re a god ' If Mac works just
as hard when he s a Marine as he has on our
football team we wlll be certaln of vlctory
Flrst of us senlor gurls to brave a feather
cut Irene found hers was a great success Her
good taste us reflected also In her always ap
proprlate and smart clothes Long before most
of us became Interested ln helplng an the war
effort Irene was a full fledged Nurses And
With rlngs on her fungers and bells on her
toes she shall have musuc wherever she goes
Peg as one of our most popular students She
has been actlve ln all school affalrs She ns as
much at home on the basketball court as she
as on the dance floor
Angus Malcolm MacLeod Irene Jenluns Margaret Ann Knrby
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Cheerleadang basketball volleyball Nataon
al Honor Socaety Tra Y Leader s Club asnt
Jeanne a busy young lady? Among her many
talents she seems to have a flaar for dancang
Youll see her at all sports events cheerang
our team on to vactory and at all our dances
dancang her way to the top of our popularaty
Attractave calm competent Jackae has been
sancere fraendlaness has made her a favorate
both an socaal carcles and on many of our garls
sports teams Just a country garl at heart
Jackae may some day settle down on a farm
and raase a Vactory Garden
Outstandang an all sports Helen receaved
the coveted honor of beang elected manager of
the Leaders Club She has been captaan of
both the volleyball and basketball teams Jolly
and full of fun she has many fraends Unaque
an her ambataon Helen expects to study aero
Jacquelane C Kuett Helen Korol
Remember those sessaons after the Town
Meetang of the Aar when Marae showed us
what dancang feet can do an the way of new
and antracate steps? Maybe she should become
an Arthur Murray anstructor' Although she s
only been wath us sance September Marae has
secured a place an our famaly
George now a son of Uncle Sam wall long
be remembered by has classmates That an
have made ham well known an has two years at
N A H S Havang dastanguashed hamself on
our fleet footed track team George as now
helpang to make the future hastory of the U S
Navy more anterestang
Harry IS one half of the famous photography
team of Johnson and Schmadt who are respon
sable tor many of the anformal pactures an our
CHRYSALIS Sometame ask Harry about the
trouble he had gettang snaps of the sensors
workang an a certaan department store We re
awfully glad he got them
Mane Lalona George Lewrs Harry Johnson
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our secretary for two years. Her quiet and fectaous gran and anevatable sense of humor
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Grace Newton Ray McCullough Lucy Megla
One of the hardest worklng of the CHRY
SALIS staff Grace has contrlbuted many Ideas
for nts makeup Carvlng flgures and collectung
forelgn dolls constltute Grace s unusual hob
bles Sunce she lntends nursung to be her
career after graduatlng at was not unusual
for Grace to volunteer for Nurses Alde work
during the last term
Energetlc editor of THE STUDENT PRINTS
Mac can be seen rushung from typewrlter to
makeup table a few days before the monthly
publncatnon goes to press Wouldn t you thunk
also funds tlme for basketball track Natlonal
Honor Socnety and HI Y lf you re looklng
for an unformed member for your pet debating
society Ray s your man
Lucy always on the go as one of the few
sensor gurls who have cooktng as a hobby She
has proved her wnllungness to help out many
times by assisting In the gas ratnonung going
to work to ease the manpower problem and
buynng war stamps and bonds
The second member of our class to enllst nn
the Navy Kenny has won our admlratlon by
has ablllty on the grxdnron coupled wlth that
engagnng smile and ready wut whlch have made
ham so popular Well Kenny s yomed the
Navy we hope he sees the world'
Remember that peppy lnttle sensor on the
twlrllng staff? She s Rosemarue known to her
fruends as Mudge At the bowllng alley or
the skatlng rlnk she shows her abullty
sports Since she has a desnre to travel let s
hope she flnds many opportunutues to satlsfy
Yes at was Hugh s toe that klcked the furst
fleld goal ln N A hvstory' Football s not the
only sport ln whnch Hugh excells Track bas
ketball and baseball also claim has attention
Hustory IS has favorlte subject he not only
enloys studylng lt but also wants to make some
as a Marlne And he wlll too
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Mur the hard workang managang edator of
the CHRYSALIS as also one of our outstand
ang football players and track stars lf you
Knock twace and ask for Joe George w ll
probably answcr an lake terms sance thas as has
favorate sayang l-le as another of our class
mates to serve sance he has aoaned the Army
Famous for has poetry publashed Vox
scaentasts John can always get a laugh wath
has dry humor Perhaps sometame hell tell
you about the sufferang he endured whale
workang as a stockboy untaed shoelaces and
traps to a fragad receavang platform
A small garl wath a great deal of vatal ty
Janet ls a fraend to all After she graduates
both the Tra Y and the Nataonal l-lonor Socaety
are goang to mass thas actave worker To be a
pravate secretary as her aam and wath that
personalaty she should be tops
Jerry wall be remembered for has brallaant
long shots an basketball As Co captaan of the
l942 43 basketball team he dad a swell aob
Phalately stamp collectang to us laymen
as Jerry s chaef hobby l-las ambataon an lafe as to
be presadent of a company Here S hopang
That dark and attractave senaor whom you
notaced an Ever Sance Eve as Isabelle Always
on the go and always laughang she never seems
to have a gloomy moment Thas wallang senaor
undertook the aob of beang co chaarman of the
Chrastmas card comattee She s been on nu
merous basketball and volleyball teams
Pappy as the oraganator of the amusang
sketches youll fand an our yearbook Art
makes ham no sassy he was one of the most
valuable varsaty players for two years s
so peacful an the country as Erwan s theme
sance he wants to own a farm Erwan left at
mad year for the Navy
Jerome Novack Isabelle P Rae Erwm Glenn Pabst
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Joy Wlfh her brIght blond haIr IS one of
our best known senIors As presIdent of the
Tn Y thIs year Jwy has proven herself gulte
an executwe l-ler Interest IH sports made her
an BCYIVE member of the Leaders Club and
gave her the desIre to be a physIcal educatIon
One of the senIors who have been workIng
most of the year Nan wIlI be well fItted for
a secretary s posItIon after hIgh school QuIet
and llkable Ann IS wlthout a doubt one of our
nIcest senIors We re all hopIng shell get a
chance to go on that long awaIted trIp
See those Informal snapshots farther on In
the CHRYSALIS7 Many of them are the work
of thus clever photograper Frank Unl ke many
camera enthusIasts who merely photograph
as a hobby Frank Intends to furher hIs educa
tIon by golng to a photography school We can
see a place for hrm In Who s Who as a press
Dons always on the go keeps us laughIng
and happy from September to June Her Vlfall
ty and capacIty for fun never cease to amaze
us One of the most versatIle of our footlIght
enthus asts Dons has gIven us many excel
If you need someone to laugh at your Iokes
call on Betty shed rather laugh than eat'
Shes one gIrl who makes a habrt of beIng
happy One of Three Musketeers you can
usually fInd her wIth Dons and ChrIssIe Wnth
that personaIIty shell surely make a fIne sec
retary for some lucky executwe
Mare s Interest ID the theater IS responsnble
for her remarkable scrapbook of New York
plays a really unIque hobby Margaret Isn t
stage struck but has as her lIfe s ambItIon to
be a prIvate secretary We can see her as the
rIght hand man to a busy executIve
Dons Kay Runnacles Betty Ryans Margaret Sarro
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The newest addrtlon to our class Dolores
has been wlth us a scant half year as tar as
we re concerned ut as much too short a time
We wrsh we had seen more ot her honey
colored hatr and tlashung smule These wall
both brlghten her career as a nurse and cheer
Marge has had plenty ot practnce tor a sec
retanal lob She s been the secretary ot her
homeroom tor the past two years Sewrng
walklng wrrtrng letters collectung postcards
plenty of hobbies? It you see Marge worknng
hard dont talk to her lnterruptrons are her
Class presudent and class wat Al has for
many years eased our dull moments Perhaps
has good humored Corn contrlbutes to has
popularuty tor he rs also presldent of the l-lr Y
a member ot the Honor Soctety and compos
:ng cdltOr of THE STUDENTS PRINTS
Alrce Skolslu Jean Smnth
Alger Rrchard Ross
Most people hate wrutnng letters but not Al
She has thus as a hobby l-ler lovely volce has
been heard tn the Glee Club the Junlor and
Sensor Mlnstrels and many school programs
Here s another sennor who needn t worry about
gas ratlonlng srnce her tavorlte pasttme ns
walkung' Perhaps that accounts for her sunny
The ttrst palr of twans to graduate from
N A Jean and Ruth are two ofthe best lrked
sensors Jean the turst halt ot thus comblna
tuvutles and lS famous tor her amuslng antucs
and maschlevlous gran Her favorlte spot as
:ce slcatang and her tlgures are as good on the
comptometer as on :ce
Ruth the second twtn has the unusual
hobby ot keeplng a scrapbook of all the hap
penungs In her hugh school years Sports must
be pretty well represented ln her scrapbook
srnce Smutty goes IU tor all sports
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When Ray got the opportunlty at the mud
term to start college lmmedlately we were
certalnly happy for hum But the school mlsses
IS Ball of F re who was a co captann O
the track team for two years vlce presldent of
Our lunlor class and a crack student as well
We know hell be at the top of hrs class nn
Evelyn belleves IH the old proverb Sllence
ns golden One of the quieter members of
our class her frvendllness has made her well
known lf you happen Into Evelyn s home and
fund colns all around don t thunk she s hoard
lng' l-ler hobby IS collectlng old colns Skat
lng danclng and tennls are her favorlte forms
of exercise and recreatlon
Peppy and full of llfe Joy IS always readv
and wllllng to help She played most of the
accompanlment for last years Junlor Sensor
Mlnstrel As one of the members of our at
tractlve twlrllng squad she cheered the foot
ball team on
The E that IS Dots mlddle lnntlal mlght
well stand for energy Besldes malntalnlng
one of the best scholastic records an the sensor
class Dot devotes herself to the l-lonor So
cuety the Student Councll and edltorshlps on
both THE STUDENT PRINTS and the Cl-lRY
SALIS And wlth all thas she drsplays a wnn
nmg personallty and a captlvatlng smlle'
Tall blonde George was the enthusrastuc
captaln of our vlctorlous l9-42 football team
and although an lnlury early In the season
kept hum from playing he was present at
every game to heer and congratulate the
boys George was also actuve on the track
team Has ambrtlon IS to become a teacher
and a track and football coach
Dorothy E. Ullman George Joseph Ulrich Jr.
Mary E Znegler Edmund P Wllke Lots Carolme Wernes
Mary a modern young MIss IS Interested
In a modern Industry flyrng Another hobby
of hers IS photography although her pe
peeve IS gettIng her own pIcture taken
Among her extra currlcular QCTIVITISS glee
club rated number one on her IIst Pretty soon
we hope to be hearIng about Marys flyIng
Ed a very busy senIor Indeed has been
presIdent of the Honor SocIety a member of
less actor We ve enIoyed hIs partIcIpatIon In
all of our recent school plays A whlz In
chemIstry and other scIences Ed expects to
become an M D
LoIs was a major attractIon on the l9-42
football fleld as she led the band and twIrlers
durIng the halves A quIck change after the
football season made her the Southern belle
In Ever SInce Eve It really wasn t so much
of a change after all the football team fell
for her IU thIs one too
Make up edItor of the STUDENT PRINTS
treasurer of the Honor SOCIETY member of the
lrI Y Joan has had a busy senIor year Sne s
also Interested In all sports IncludIng football
basketball swImmIng and volleyball BeIng
one of the lucky senIors who have an easuly
reached summer cottage Joan can pursue her
favorIte sport swImmIng
LorraIne TITS that descrIptIon l.Ittle but
oh my We wonder If her SIZE has anythIng
to do wIth her unusual hobby of collectIng
mInIature vases Drum malorette for three
years she helped our football team to vnctory
many tImes LorraIne expects to be another
Angel of Mercy
E Joan Wellner Lorrame Weber
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I begtns at home, we at N A H S, think.
Congressman Smlth goes to Washlngton to serve inthe United
States Senate, Representatlve Jones travels to Trenton to the
state assembly, and the representat ves of all the homerooms
IH North Arllngton Hlgh School go to Room l l l to take part
tn our own phase of a free democratnc llfe
Luke all governmental bodles the STUDENT COUNCIL
was faced by tasks far greater than t had ever tackled before
Addtng to the Councll s custcmary actlvltles brnnglng
all school news and problems before the students flnanclng
plays and club pursults co ordlnatlng school affalrs and
settltng lssues of controvcrsy they launched a huge war bond
and stamp sellnng campa gn ano also began the Hugh School
Vlctory Corps whach gave every student a chance to do has
:nd vldual part ID the war effort
Llke the Student Councul the NATIONAL HONOR SO
CIETY does a great many useful thungs Members are chosen
wnth the approval of the faculty and by the vote of the club
These members are accepted for nomlnatlon only lf thenr
marks are hugh they possess good leadershlp and they are
generally well llked
THE STUDENT PRINTS too has had to meet some of
tts most adverse condutlons thus year
The flrst cnsrs to be coped wlth by the edltors upon
comlng back to school IH September was the ruslng cost of
publlshung the paper Then lt was announced that club per
rods would be elnmlnated lt was durlng thes perlods that
most of the work of publlcatlon had been done The employ
ment of the sensors before durlng and after the Chrlstmas
holldays made the sltuatlon more acute
Wlth all these obstacles ID thelr path lt seemed as lf
the publlshlng of the paper would have to be dlscontlnued
However through the tenaclty and untlrang efforts of the
staff the paper was contlnued and wlll probably go on to wln
honors at the Columbla Scholastnc Press Assocuatuon Contest
as an prevlous years
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Srtt ng Facmg Group Thomas Goftredo Pres Front Row Craug
S Cnuncll Repfesentaflves Macijorkrndalc Dorothy Ullman Loree Cochrane Geraldine Me
ragiro Joan Rosendal Second Qow Annta Bryan Peter Dalesso
Back to Front Mrs Davrdson Sponsor Jack Henderson Joseph Demodrco Walter Graczyk
Seated F Pasercna M Frrel B Lawson H Conrad Second Row F
Farr ngton M Staub P Fr stech M Bryan R Faulls R Lewis Thurd Row
studentcouncll F Mrglorra W West A Granbcrg G Volland H Coombs E Sanzlone
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J M:CouDrey, J Lanris, Mass Pehsq er Sranrirng an Rear R Frisch, J, Brydon, A, Ross, E
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Wlkre, R McCuHough, H Johnson
Left to Rwqnt, Seated Ruth Lcrcr, Bvrnmc Goldwatt, Frances Crcamcr, Joan Weilncr, Ray
MCLLJHOJQN Havrrcttc Kas? Thomas Coffredo Ruth Bamrord Dorothy LJHman Marne Staub,
Mane Core' Stanrirng Marilyn Scnr'Ier, Rodobh Gofhedo, Roborfa Sfuib, Joyce Kabary, Vrrgrnra
Lottman, Mme Hcnwctta Halton, Frank Rogers, Marvm Novuck, Betty Ogulvue, Clanre Bain,
Mr Alvin Bczkcrf, Lorcc Cochrane, Viola Como, Jack Frncman.
luwuc means a lot to us at N A H S Anyone enterung our school at
any tnme rs more than llkely to hear the ORCHESTRA the band or one of the
glee clubs practnclng If the sound as the screechlng tone ofa vlolln lt as prob
ably one of the members of the orchestra tryung to struke a crescendo But
when thus same crescendo IS played at assembly It IS so thoroughly rehearsed
before hand no one would detect that there had been any trouble on the
A sound ofa bass drum us a sure sngn that the BAND us near at hand
Thus group has played for nearly all the assemblles thus year Anythung from
l waltz to tango time can be deftly handled by :ts members
Dunng raun and even snow the band was present at the football games to
cheer our team to vtctory
Z Nothlng .S acceptable to the cams GLEE cLuB but perfectron We
were all spellbound by the musical selectuons sung by these gurls on so many
occaslons Although It seems unnpossuble to Improve upon thus group we ex
pect to have the needed bass parts supplued by a new group nn thus school the
Boys Glee Club
Front Row Mary Topo ng Betty Ann Hughes Pegg, Rooney Santlna La Plata Dons Lusnon
Janet Tu ner No ma Saw eka Loss Plath Stanilng Miss Z ngaro Second Row Barbara
Rder Mary Zeger lrcne Schoene c Jan e Ecko Dots Scthcvst om Joan Wertz Vnrgmla
Frazer Ann Gruber Th rd Row Clalre Ba th Flo ence Perret Lau ett B ant Helen Cottrnan Do othy Schadt Alsce Mart nson
Am?-3 BVYUY JOYCE Kabal Vlrglna Cottman Lorranne Nordstrom Back Row Margaret Bryon Dors Kuefer Lorrame Hayman
Ruth Hey Nancy Cedrone Joan Rosendal Irene Trederrnan Ros Ilo Janc McLacha
ont Row nnson G Have! R mer R r o Shmns A Camo ea F Johns Secon Row
B 1 J I H Rose-na R Bam or Thur Row W Isber
Dav cs T Snwelds
an Jung Mwss Z nqavo Front Row Lor amp Nor 'stvum F ank Hormmh Second Row Roberf Unkerf
0 un G uger V gna r M mc S no Back Row Harry Johnson Thomas Shuelds John Sh1eIds
F1ward Re.Jmond Floyd Johnson Joan Rosen la A rc! o Cohwwcoero
SMU-ice to the school and fun for the members are the
aims of most clubs but especially of the Leaders' Club, the
Players, the Tri-Y, and the l-li-Y.
"Sound minds in sound bodies" seems to be the motto
of the LEADERS' CLUB as we see the future "Joan Di Mag-
gios hitting in that winning run that puts the game on ice
Composed of girls who are squad leaders in gym this club is
responsible for all the play days held at the school The chief
aim of this group is to develop leadership fellowship and
sportsmanship among the girls
Speak more loudly is the familiar cry heard at the
rehearsal of the PLAYERS Once again this year our dramatic
association has had another hit Ever Since Eve The
young artists again produced one of the high spot shows of
the year Much time and labor was put into this show and the
results from a financial as well as an entertainment stand
point were extremely gratifying
Scholarship character personalit and a majority vote
are the qualifications of each member of the TRI Y This
organization has annually made donations to the poor held
successful dances and candy sales and sponsored a most event
ful alumni supper
Like the Tri Y the l-ll Y has contributed immensely to
the welfare of the school Not only has this group kept order
through the halls but also collected food for the poor at
Thanksgiving time A high spot inthe l-li Y year is the annual
Barn Dance an old fashioned party featuring square dances
This completes our roster of clubs and organizations
In previous years the list was much longer but many of the
organizations were in a way war casualties One of the
casualties was the Cl-lRYSALlS CLUB With so many seniors
working after school and taking on new duties it was impossi
ble elven to have regular staff meet ngs Therefore much of
the work was done in class and at odd moments One result
is that this issue is really a senior c ass L k Everyone had a
hand in its making To try to a list of staff members
would mean listing the whole c
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for our class, and tt mtght vyeff be the motto for our Sensor
year ft was a very dtfferent year from what we had expected
Thus year above aff, thc re was work tv be done, and a writ to
o tt scc-med fy take possession of us at When we saw
fry vyavtng prru N tr the atry we felt as though we cou n t
do enough far t
cme ttf r ur Lys gave uo the un of sentnr year acttvntnes
to tow the armed fdrces and are novv helptng Uncie am
rrcctfy e rest o us eped rn trectly 1 the fait
b ys and gtrfs trted to reneyc the fab r shortage by partrcupat
mg n ptrt ttmc empf ymeat n stores and factcrres To make
thts p sst c programs were rearranged and teachers cooper
ated by cuttung dcvvn on h mevvork
Thrcugh the Student Counct' we have purchased war
bonds a td stamps vwortn thausands of do 'ars money to help
We hsve g ven much ttm to y funtary servtce of one
sort f another scrap drtves ratnontng bandage makung
m def a rp ine buntdtng to name onfv a few
f addttton to nevv dutres war has meant g vtng up some
f u dearest pfeasures Other sensor fasses enyoyed thetr
t s tr ps tnp we u dn t take be ause W couldn t char er
buses Lack of transp rtat on facuhttes meant that we had to
gtye up scme of our f otbafl and basketbatf games or some
tumes n t go afong to cheer our teams Manv c'ubs we for
mer'y cntoycd coutd w t be formed NNewe had to guye up
n es entcrtatnmc wts and worst o at our mtns r
ut through at thus weve found that every Ioss can
prcvrde 1 Q1 n Our chief gatn has been a more grown up
a cfoser sp rut cf co nperat an between facu tx and students
tn matters pertarntng t gutdance em 'oyment and the prob
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situationefeat SZ! OO per week.
Gas ratmning t,uif tne Nur" .ut of touring Cars but These bays and qirig have tiiimd backs tickets
students :milf st," tram- 'via bu,ks .f grinmssign tb acivpnttirus
Pane! discussions stirnuiatefi stiigients to study probiems Affgr 3 digguggion of S93 Pgwgr Vg, Air P4-,wer
and to express their Upinions freeiy. students fight it out in fun
NE thrrwg worth frghrmg for wS the prrvriege of de-
weiop mg as 8lWH'WdlVldU81,VWOTjLJS1'8 COQ :rw a dwefa-
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To grow by particrpaturwg mm many acTlvuT1CS, even Taking
over dunes usually reserved for teachers
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Drubk' 41 uhle tru! ami Trouble" And exams.
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Serv rrs sm-xcrcri 1 -.1 sho k mer exams
fue smrrace, nur nervousness.
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lax from the hard work of the classrooms
them the semow audod md abetted by
lumors gave a dance Thus as somcthnng
we are fughfmg for the chance to enjoy
reatlon of our own choosmg free from
spectres of fear and want
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the tatugue ot new work Not that nt dldnlt take plenty of work to
produce thus play The cast rehearsed untul It was letter-perfect
and then rehearsed some more to put on a productuon ot truly proa
tessional smoothness. The stage crew worked flst as hard to turn
out most attractive scenery and properties But "work" isn't the
nght word. Putting onthe play was fun tor all who had a share in
And it certainly was ton for the audiencel
Lucybel e holds Court wlth the f qtball tearn
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ln spate of war and ratuonrng and cancellatuon of pleasure drlvlng we always
had a treat to look forward to on Thursday mornlng
30164 p showed how fortunate we were
One reason we have enloyed these programs so much us that they have
been so varled and so hugh ln qualuty Some have been educatuonal lbuf not
a brt stuffy l Our knowledge of the Allred Natrons has been broadened
by a number of excellent speakers from Countrres luke Chlna Labrador and
Australua Two sclentlsts came all the way from Chrcago to present a program
on sound Other programs provrded splendrd entertarnment plays presented
by students and Concerts by the band and the orchestra and best of all a
vlolrn concert by Cal Sueb
est are 'no vvaq'g'f' Tagg'e Gym es" These are thc- nobles from the same pay
7Ae reflected the trend of our
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o ether nto ore effrcrently operatlng system Clubs an
war w rlf were rordrnatc so tnat they woo d al leadt war s
coorses and orgarr Htl ws were formed so that students oo
tml r r tl r currlcc
cneral membershlp p os fwe spec a wrsrons lr
Lan bei Product r and Cemmonrts erwl formed the
c t plan nto whrch we w old be assembled
Al alr mrnded stcrdents took to the alr and lrterally ew
to be me members rf the Arr berwce Drvrslon where they
recerved thelr frrst knowledge ot pre flrght avratlon
Attemptrng To serve those already ln the armed forces
mam f os' rned the Land Serwce when we cllected books
puzzles and games for U Q O centers and became rlre war
dens plane spotters and dld Red Cross work to keep up the
h mc front
Th sc am ,ng os who had thcoghts about s me dax see ng
the wer d as a member of Uncle Sam s Nam lcrned the Sea
Qerw CC Dlwls rw wlthOl,Jl delay
Tre Prodoctror Servrce offered part tlme emblotment
n ndostrx and mu x students we wt to work t release men
an w m n for rn re essentlal gccopatlons
Rememberrng that our town most wot be teglected mam
lorned the Commonrtx Serxrce where we zssrsted n m ndrng
hrldren helped ratl nrng and sa wage ampargns and
generallx pot our spare tlme at the serwrce of our town
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One blg I b undertaken by the upper classes
was that ol preparung ratuon books for the
whos t wa ten thousand Ot them he
Student Councll dexoted rnuch tame to or
gan: Ing the work Then students spent a
whole attcrnoon trlllng out books To be
sure that eycrythrng was ID order the ottrce
practrce class devoted days to the task of
checklng every book
We telt rewarded for our trouble when
people remarked how quuckly and ettucuent
ly books were rssued Our teachers and
people from the town did the actual work
ot handnng out books but we had tun of
ushering and asslstrng
ln keeptng wrth the trend of the tnmes
students showed a deeper Interest an the
skrlled labor phase ot lndustry as reflected
nn rncreased enrollment rn shop classes
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NOTHEF2 phase of the war effort fha? we found
often more fun tnwn work was the collection of
scrap We hdped pale up the mounfaun of metal and
rubber that dccorafed The for behind the scbooi last fall
a mounfawn To be measured IH Tons
Part of thus war program was desugned especnally
for gnrls Qunte a 'ot of knntfung went on some of nf for
the Red Cross and some of nt for a specnal soldier sanlor
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our meat and gasolune and travellng on shoe leather Instead of
tures we stull had plenty ot fun As a matter ot fact we may
have enjoyed ourselves more than usual because we were so
busy that every spare moment was somethnng spectal to be
ln spate ot all our dreamtng of a whnte Chrustmas we
we dnscovered all over agaln the exquusute pleasure ot sleugh
rndnng snowballung and just playung What at we had to go
shopplng on foot' That proved a very good opportunuty for
pleasant walks and companuonable ones too
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aggressuve competutuve spurut Amerucans do not look for
ward to fughtung on a battlcfueld alth uugh we are provung that
we are enturelu, capable of ut uf necessarx, but every one of us
lukes to take part un an athletuc contest
Now when more than ever befcr strong munds and bodues
are needed to defend our country s frcedom sports and physu
cal traunung have a 'arger and more umportant role than ever
t play The organuzers of our Vu tom Corps realuzed thus and
started more extens ve phvsucal traunung courses for both
boys and gurls
In the boys gym classcs emphasus has been put upon drull
and calusthen cs for thc purpose of tougneruurug up as well
as upon sports luke basketball and volleyball The physucal
futness program for the gurls was organuzed through the
Leaders Club to unclude untramurals basketball volleyball
baseball and shuffleboard and ondutuonung exercuses to
umprowe posture balance and cc ordunatuon l-lugh pount
of theur work wa Playday an event that brought together
gurls from surroundung schools
Our unterscholastuc program was hard hut bv the war
Because of transportatuon duffucultucs baseball had to be
dropped enturely and other sports had to be curtauled B
sudes four of our coaches left to enter the armed servuces or
to do war work
In spute of such duffucultues or perhaps because we trued
especuallv hard to overcome them we won the State Cham
puonshup un Group One un football and had the most success
ful basketball season ot our hustory
In the openurug game agaunst Park Rudge N A s football
team showed some of the power that was later to bowl over
tough opponents but the vuctorx was dummed when George
Ulruch our captaun suffered unuurues that kept hum off the
fueld for the rest of the season
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Front Row' George Murray Locklan Cameron Peter Dalesso Erwin Pabst Angus MacLeod
Alger Ross, John D'Adamo. Standing Hugh Morton, George Ulrich,'Ken Morris, Bil
At Wood-Ridge we were able to stave off the great power
of the Wood-Ridge backs and capitalize on the breaks. Thus
we won the first leg on the Little-Three Championship.
Highland Park, "Little-Five Champions," expected to
lick the Vikings, but they were the victims of a relentless
ground attack that netted two touchdowns in the first half.
ln the rainy second half the game was a stand-off, but victory
was sweet over a Group ll team.
Hawthorne, a second Group ll school, presented a tough,
heavy team, which was finally defeated by a dogged defense.
Even N.A's second team was on the way to a score against a
disheartened Hawthorne team.
Our goal line was crossed for the first time in a spec-
tacular game in which Hasbrouck Heights was defeated and
NA. won the Little-Three championship for the second time
in three years,
At the next game, on a freezing Saturday afternoon, our
team found it hard to warm up to their work, allowing Moun-
tain Lakes to score a touchdown on a pass interference touch
play. This seemed to warm the boys up, both inside and out,
and they proceeded to score 26 points.
beating our Group lll neighbor Lyndhurst N A completely
outclassed its big opponent never once losing its aggressive
superiority Lyndhurst failed to threaten at any time
One of the most satisfying victories of the year was
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The Bergenfueld game was played on Thanksgivlng Day.
After spectacular playlng
second half Into a rout
Second team had ample
whnch certalnly polnted
nn the fnrst half our team turned the
Durlng the last two quarters the
opportuntty to show theur progress
toward another successful season
next year, unless Adolf! Benito, and l-lurohlto interfere
The outdoor track season of l9-42 came to a cllmax on
June 6 wlth the running of the State Meet at Montclaur I
thls meet we placed four men Bull Murphy was crowned
champuon an the mzle run and Bob MacLachlan an the half wnth
George Murray tralltng htm for a fourth place Ray Terepka
took thurd place an the guarter mule
Durlng the season we entered sux dual meets wlnnang
flve and losung one the contest wxth St Aloyuous In these
meets our opponents were East Rutherford Caldwell l.ynd
hurst Good Council St Aloylous and Newark Academy
The closing of the armorues elrmunated the bug Indoor
meets of prevsous seasons and transportatuon dlfflcultnes cut
down even the polar meets of prevnous years but the boys
on our team have mauntaaned the hugh level of therr enthusn
asm Iookung forward to a good outdoor season
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over the faculty always the most hllarnous game of the
On December l5 N A was host to the Park Rndge team
After a very excatlng game Park Rudge emerged the vnctor by
a score of l7 ll
Scheduled for the Vlknng s next opponent was Hasbrouck
l-lelghts The tlrst halt ended wuth a score of 20 9 ln favor
of our opponents We came back un the second half but the
lead they had establushed was too much for us and the game
ended 26 20
Bergenfleld put ID their appearance on our floor on
January 8 and overcame our varsity nn a thrlllnng over tnme
perlod The game was tned at seven dufferent nntervals and
when the regular peruod ended the score was 30 30 Bergen
fleld then scored two pounts
Our next opponent was Wood Rudge whom we defeated
Wood Rsdge led I5 I l ln the fnrst half but the Vukungs came
back to emerge vnctornous wlth a score of 32 29
Thus time the lead was exchanged on seven occaslons The
fnrst half ended with a score of l5 9 an favor of Park Rldge
but wnthln three mlnutes of closung tame the score had been
tled Then one of our maunstays was elumnnated on personal
fouls and Park Ridge came through wlth four points to wm
One of the most promuslng outcomes of the season was
the all round Improvement shown by our JV s a fact which
speaks well for the future of the team
Readlng from upper left hand corner The openlng moment of the
game ln she goes Puttrng the ball nto the basket a neat truck If
you can do nt Players and ball more or les tangled up Hold your
breath ah there she goes
The closing game of the season was played at Park Ridge.
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