North Arlington High School - Chrysalis Yearbook (North Arlington, NJ)
- Class of 1952
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NUHTH AHUNETUN HIGH EEHUU
NUHTH AHUNEIUN, NEW JERSEY
We, +he Class of I952, declicafe
+his, our Yearbook, +o lhe Fu+ure.
I+ is 'lo lhis uncerrain Fufure +ha+
we look wi+h hope and a cerlain
amounl' of frepidafion, for who can
+ell whalr lies across +he horizon?
As we face +he lasl' half of 'rhe
2O+h Cen+ury. we know +ha+ lhese
have been +he besf years of our
lives, during which our parenls and
ins+ruc+ors have helped us es+ab-
lish a foundalion for life. Now if
is up lo us fo build well on +ha+
Whal' appears +o be a lroubled
fulure challenges us +o +hinlc and +o
acl' in 'rhe besl' +radi+ions of our
slurdy American background. May
we. when +he iourney is finally
done. be able +o Jrhank God for
happiness and success.
Leff To righf:Mr,H.WrlCoX7Mr.W.Trenf1Mr,A,LarkIn.Presidenf1Mr.E.Madde'1,
Mr. J, Bayer.
Mr. William Holberf
Mr. D. De Gennaro
We are indebfed 'ro rhe Board of
Educafion and Mr. Holberf for
Hweir cons'ren'r efforfs N'To make a
good school befferf' Looking back
over 'rhe years, we can see a
sfeady improvemerfr in Hue arnounlr
and condi'rion of The faciiifies
avaifable fo Wwe sfudenfs of N. A.
Mrs. l. Capwell, Guidance Direcfor, has
been responsible for helping many of us
plan our fufures more infelliqenfly. For
fhis we fhanlc you, Mrs. Capwell, and your
Also. we wish fo fhanlc Mrs. McCord,
Junior l-liqh School Supervisor and Head
of fhe English Deparfmenf, who has
always exerfed on us a lcind and pafienf
influence for fhe beffer fhrouqhouf our
high school experience.
"As you bid a fond farewell fo
your high school, I exfend fo you
my besf wishes for a happy and
"l hope fhaf fhrough your par'
ficipafion in fhe affairs of our gov-
ernmenf you will make fhis a beffer
world for all of us."
Miss E. Audesirlc Mr. K. Bradford Miss J. Cunningham Mrs. M. Davidson
Bus. Ed. Depl, Soc. Sci, Dept Froslv. Counselor Sr. Counselor
Mallw. Mallw, Depl.
Miss P Murray
Mr. J. Flimlin Sophl bounseior Miss F. Granlr
Scierce Depl. English Ji Courgselor
Miss E. Kools Mrs. J. Wi+l1erelI
7+li Gr. Counselor 8th Gr. Counselor
Enq.. Soc. Sci. Mallm, Science
Mr. W. Baskin Mr. J, Burlce Mr. E. Collins Mr. J. Delels
Enqlislw Mallm, Science Enq.. Soc, Sci. Mecl'1,Drawinq
Miss L. Fadden Mr. C. Finley Mr. G. Flimlin Miss M. Frosclnauer Miss B. Genovese
Malin., Science Ind. Arls Science Ari
Miss K. I-lollernoll
Enq., Soc. Sci.
Mr. W. l-lulzel
Miss E. Limenfeld
Mr. A. Mallwisen
Mr. l-l. Miller Mr. W. Nielsen Miss D. O'Malley Miss M. Pelissier
Er-.q,, Soc. Sci. Enqlislw Dom. Sci. Spanish
Mr. l.. Recclwia
Main., Soc. Sci,
Miss A. Romanelli Mr. W. Rucicel Mrs. M. Swkehfens Miss D. Taraniino
Bus. Educ. Bus. Educ. Phys. Ed. French
Mr. T. Thomas Miss V. Tulio Miss N. Walsh
Phys. Ed. Bus. Educ. Librarian
Miss E. Zingaro Mrs. C. Casey Mrs. F. Cobb
Music Cafeieria A++endance Officer
Mrs. l. Lowry Mrs. M. Rufyna Mrs. A. Sialb Mrs. K. Swain Mrs. H. Thomson
S M H Ib
Sec. +0 Mr. Bradford Sec. +o Mrs. Capweli Sec. io Mr. Bradford Nurse ec. fo r. o erf
Firsf row: l., Saliaqian, A. Sanclers, R. Keller, W. Eckarcll, I, Jansen. Second
row: M. Cockirane, D. Heys, E, Garqan, D. Jasailis. R, Maio.Tl1ird row:
C, Yaqer, J, Perraudin, J, Sawicki, T, Ferreira, E. Smedley, R. Millar, R,
Giorclano, A. Malinowski, B. Jenkins, R, Lopes.
We sincerely wisli +o lliank all Tlnose wlwo Helped lo make our
yearbook possible. We are deeply apprecialive of llwe work
done by Miss Auclesirk and her secrejrarial Training class:
ancl Miss l-lollerlnoll, wlio assisled us in scheduling our year-
book piclures. Special llwanks go io Mr. Nielsen lor all llie
lime and ellorl lwe pm' inlo our yearbook. We wanl also lo
express our gralilude 'ro Those leacliers willioul wliose co-
operalion we would noi lwave been able lo rneel our clead-
lines and publislw lliis book. Lasl bul' noi leasl we wanl io
lliank all slalf members for llieir lireless elwforls lo make our
yearbook a success. Besl wislies are exlencled lo +l'ie Class
of l953 lor a successful yearbook.
Clarissa Kinnaman ancl Roger Swiss
C. Kinnaman, Mr. Nielsen, R. Swiss
COMMERCIAL EDITORS DEPARTMENT EDITORS SECTION EDITORS
P. Dolierly, C. Farese, Miss Audesirk R, Srnilln, H. Grok, Miss Hollerliofl' Sealed front E, Crawford, V. Scliullz. B.
row: G. Tedesco, D. McLaughlin, T, Re
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"DO You REMEMBER?"
During fhe years of our sevenfh and eighfh grades, we were in a haze of wonder
as we wandered up and down The enormous halls of N. A., worshipping our upper-
Came fhe day when we fook our places as freshmen. This was a year in which
many fhings happened. lnferesf in sporfs brighfened as one of our own freshmen
played on fhe varsify foofball squad, namely our presenf day captain, Bob Francis.
Tony Bosco was chosen as our firsf class presidenf. The freshmen girls fried vainly +o
feach flaifoofed boys how fo dance before our firsf plunge info 'lhe fhroes of sociefy,
"The Top Hai Serenade." Everyone was fhrilled af The "Top Ha+'iers" performance,
alfhough fhey were iusl' silenf dummies. A+ fhis and all ofher gala performances fo
come, our sponsor was Mrs. Davidson. Affer fhe Easfer vacafion we came back 'ro
fake our final exams, bid fhe seniors farewell, and fake our firsi sfep up fhe ladder
of accomplishment J
As sophomores we expanded our chesfs and looked down upon ihe "green"
freshmen. We were looking up fo bigger and befier fhings. Lucy Sahagian and Roberfa
Millar were chosen as cheerleaders, a rarify for sophs. Alfhough we had a depressing
fooiball season, our 'rhrilling baskefball feam kepf us on 'rhe edge of our seafs mosf
of fhe fime. Then came fhe baseball season wifh rookies "Gig" Den Braven, Tony
Bosco. Joe'Bonomo. and Joe Lavin carrying fhe 'ream along fo vicfory.
The bulk of us managed io gef fhrough fhe exams, and again we bade farewell
fo 'rhe seniors before sfepping fo fha second rung of fhe ladder.
g The passing of a swiff summer found us on- fhe brink of new experiences, our
'unior year. This year Mr. l-Iufzel came fo N. A., and once again we were 'ro have a
band. a 'rremendous boosf during fhe fooiball games. However, fhe foofball season
was one of consfanf anxiefy. no beffer fhan fhe year before, buf fhe Vikings were
aiways in fhere fighiing.
Our rings arrived in fhe early pari' of December, and we were overjoyed as we
gazed af ihem wiih fond glances.
The baskefball foam had a fhrilling and excifing season, especially since Joe
Bonomo was in fhere represanfing us mighly juniors. The 'rrack foam. paced by anofher
rep nlgfgh sfar, Joe Ryan, broughf back fop honors in The "S'rafe Championship Two
Mi e ea
. On lxilarch 9, '5l, we held The "Underwa+er Rendezvous" fo raise money for our
prom. Mosf people came oui' of pure cufiosify fo see whai' 'rhings are like underwafer.
Leo Girardy donafed his diving suifs from which poured colorful bubbles. Once again
Mrs. Davidson weafhered our husfle and busfla, wiih Rog Swiss as class presidenf.
Then, wifh abafed breafh, we waifed as fhe "Junior-Senior Prom" drew near. Finally,
on May 25+h, we were greeied in fhe lobby of 'rhe Four Towers by Chairman Al
Sanders and proceeded fo dance fo fhe music of Mimi Capufo.
- As fha excifemenf of The year died down, we wafched in panicky silence, imagin-
ing ourselves in The place of fha oufgoing seniors. Wifh firne flying by so quickly, we
fook fhe nexf rung of The ladder wifh a rnixfure of sadness and happiness.
We greefed fhe summer wifh doubf, for if would be our lasi' as high school
sfudencfs. Trying fo acf sophisficafed and feeling giddy all af once. we enfered our
final year a+ N. A. Our ex ecfafions were flying wide and handsome, and before long
we found fhem fo be fulfhled fwoffold, A dark season was predicied for fhe Viking
foofball squad. buf wifh ihirfeen senior members, how could if be dark? VVi'rh Bob
Francis and Tony Bosco as capfains, 'rhe 'ream compiled a nearsperfecf record of
seven wins and one ionely defeat
English IV was a combinafion of "Macbe+h" and dear old Grendel. Cn Decernber
7, I95i, fha senior dance, fhe "Winfer Wonderland," was a framendous success.
wifh Class Presidenf Al Sanders acfing as chairman. Affer fhe Chrisfmas vacafion, we
began looking forward fo fhe baskefball season wifh Capfain Joe Bonorno sparking
fhe foam 'ro vicfory. The Mofhers' Day Tea and fhe class 'rrip were huge successes.
On Class Nighf, we displayed our many falenfed personages. Affer final exams, fhe
big nighf came, graduafion. Adiusfing our caps, we marched info fhe gym fhai' was
fransformed for The nighf. As ihis eveni' of our high school career ended, we knew
we had faken fhe final sfep up 'rhaf ladder fhaij had looked so formidable iusf a few
years ago. If only we can find anofher ladder io climb!
Mrs. Davidson-Our Advisor V -
Trips +o Everywhere
SENIGR CLASS OFFICERS
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Under direcfion of Mrs. M, Davidson.
Seafed: Mrs. Davidson: Miriam Wiebe, Secretary: Joseph Bonorno, Vice President
Sranding: Alfred Sanders, President Richard Srnifn, Treasurer.
"Maff" hasn'f been wifh us fhese pasf
years, buf many of us have nof forgoffen
him. Taken ill upon coming fo us from
Scofland, Maff couldn'f affend high
school, buf he lcepf af his worl: in order fo
graduafe wifh us. We earnesfly wish him
fhe very besf in life ..,.
Roger N. Beegle
Roger, one of fhe comedians of fhe class,
was always fun +o have around. He was
acfive in fhe Sfudenf Council. Glee Club.
and on fhe baslrefball feam. Roger enjoys
fishing and ofher sporfs, and we are sure
he will succeed in his chosen field as a
Roberf A. Alfier
"Bob is fhaf mischievous fellow in The
senior class, who lcepf fhings from geffing
dull. He was a fasf guard on fhe J. V.
baslcefball squad in his sophomore year.
Alfhough he fool: a college prep course.
Bob's fufure plans are uncerfain, Whal-
ever his choice, we wish him success ....
Gloria E. Ba rreiro
"Glor" is besf described as a quiel person
wifh a pleasing personalify. Alfhough
quief, she was quife acfive in girls' sporfs,
especially as a member of fhe archery
squad. The fine qualifies fhaf Gloria pos-
sesses will insure her being a success as a
general office worker ....
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Our good-looking blond. always fo be re'
membered for his beaming smile, is
"Charlie," He was a sprinfer on fhe frack
feam during his frosh year. giving +ha+ up
fo work parf fime affer school hours. Tal-
enfed wifh fhe slcefching pencil, Charlie
is sure of success as a carfoonisf ....
Quief, yef full of fun fo her friends. is
"l"lopie." She was a member of fha Arf
Club and girls' volleyball feam. During her
leisure fime she lilred fo dance and lisfen
fo records. Hope fool: a commercial
course and infends fo become a secre-
Ronald F. Boehm
We will always remember "Ronny" for his
red hair and funny iolces. He played fool-
ball in his junior and senior years. and his
main inleresls lay in sporls. We are ,sure
fha? his college prep subiecls will help
him lo be a success as a pharmacist .
Joseph A. Bonomo
We will always remember "Joe" for his
abilily on lhe basliefball cour? and his
capfaincy in our senior year. Playing base-
ball and being senior class vice-presidenf
have rounded oul' his aclivilies. Joe also
enioyed lisfeninq lo music. His versalilily
is sure lo help him lo be a V.l.P ....
Yvonne J. Bianchini
Quiel, wifh an inclinalion loward painlinq
and music. besl describes Yvonne. She did
arl' worlc yearly for our class dances and
was also a member of The school Orches-
+ra. Wi+h arf and music occupying her
spare lime, nursing, her chosen career,
will be pleasanl worl: for her ....
Anlhony G. Bosco
Anlhony is 'rhe good looking. popular fel-
low of lhe senior class, who was well-lrnown
lhroughoul fhe school. He was one ol
N. A.'s beller afhleles. parlicipaling noi'
only in baslcelball and baseball. bul also
in foolball. Afler gradualion Anlhony
plans lo allend Wesl Poinl. We're sure
success will be his ,...
lvl a rqarel Deloress Belz
"Dee's" likable personalily and friendli
manner won her many friends. She was e
member of lhe Leaders' Club for lwz
years and was aclive for four years is
girls' alhlelics. Dee also belonged lo lhi
Glee Club. Affer qradualion she plans lc
become a homemaker ....
Harry C. Brighl, Jr.
We all lrnow "Tippil." fhe "Frankie Laine"
of our class. He proved his alhlelic abilily
on fhe foolball learn as our rugged cenler
and his popularify as class lreasurer in
our 'freshman year. His hobbies of 'lishinq
and boaling will help him slay a bachelor
and become a marine engineer ....
. Richard Henry Brown
Always wiih a friendly smile and wifiy re-
mark, "Dick" was lhe life of any class he
happened lo be in. On lhe gridiron Dick
played +ackIe. ln +he near fufure, Dick in-
fends 'ro give his service +o Uncle Sam.
and we know he'll look wonderful in his
navy blues ....
William Dunbar Corsar, Jr.
"Bill," our musically-minded classmaie,
belonged io lhe Glee Club, Troubadors.
Concerl Band. and Dance Band. l-le was
very much inreresfed in his hobbies. which
included music, slock car racing, and sail-
ing. We hope he will realize his ambifion
and become a mechanical engineer ....
Edward Sie nley Bula
Our handsome blond, always lo be re-
membered fer his shy grin, is Ed. His quiei
manner won him many friends during his
school years. l'lis main inleresf lay in ihe
oufdoor sporls of huniinq and fishing, The
life of a poullry farmer appeals io Ed ....
Marjorie Jean Cochrane
An abundance of inielligence, wi+, and
energy besl porfrays "Margie" A mem-
ber of Leaders' Club and Honor Sociefy
'for fwo years, she was also quile acfive in
lhe Glee Club. on class dance commiliees,
and on ihe yearbook sfaff. Her only wish
is 'ro become a nurse ....
Calherine E. Cammeli'
Because of her personalify, "Caihy" is one
of ihe popular members of our class. She
was aclive in girls' sporis during her 'Fresh-
man and sophomore years. Her pasiime
aclivifies included cooking, sewing, and
lislening lo music. We're sure Caihy will
be a success as a secrefary ...,
Louis Frank Chiccone
"Chick" is ihe senior 'fellow who can al-
ways be found in ihe middle of class dis-
cussions. As a dependable member of +he
Siudeni Council. he ehficienily carried our
his dufies. Chick enioys sporfs, parficular-
ly huniing, The career of a mechanical
engineer seems fo appeal to Chick ....
Thomas Jellerson Davis
"Tom's" manner is one ol sincerily and
lriendliness. and il was for lhese reasons
lhal he was so well-liked in school. For
four years, Torn was a dependable player
on N. A.'s baslcelball leam. Upon gradu-
alion he plans lo enler inlo lhe lield ol
Marie Joan De Meo
"Re" is one ol lhe popular members ol our
class. Her yearly worlc on lhe dance come
millees rounded oul her exlra-curricular
aclivilies. Roller slcaling. horseabaclc rid-
ing, dancing, and swimming were includ-
ed in her paslime inleresls. Marie is sure
lo be a successlul clerical workerf. . .
Anlhony C. D'Adamo
"Tony," one ol lhe mosl aclive members
ol our class, will never be lorgollen lor
his worlc in lhe Sludenl Council. as repre-
senlalive, vice-presidenl. and presidenl.
l-le also found lime lor sporls and dance
commillees. Tony's love ol lraveling will
help him as a wholesale grocery sales-
George E. Den Braven
Mix a friendly personalily wilh good looks
and you have "Gig" He did much in his
four years as forward on lhe baslcelball
leam and a conslanl sparlcpluq as baseball
caplain. He also held lwo class ollices. A
lulure in lhe adverlising business appeals
lo Gig ....
Helen Margarel Crawford
Genlle in manner, good-nalured, and will-
ing lo worlc describes "Ellen," A member
ol lhe Glee Club lor lour years, she also
served on lhe Chrysalis slall. During her
spare lime she sludied piano and organ.
Ellen plans lo enler a business career
aller gradualion ....
Mary Lou Doglione
Mary Lou came lo us in her senior year.
ln her quiel way she became a popular
girl in a shorl lime. Her oulside inleresls
were cenlered aboul lhe Broolclyn Dodg-
ers. Roller skaling and reading were done
in her spare lime. Mary Lou hopes lo be-
come a successlul singer ....
Peggy Ann DoherTy
"Peg" is ThaT TallraTive girl who is very
Triendly and eFlicienT, One ol our peppy
cheerleaders, Peg was also acTive in The
l-lonor SocieTy and Tri-l-li-Y. She parTici4
paTed on The class dance comrniTTees and
yearbook sTaTT. Were sure success will
come in her chosen work as an air line
RoberT W. Francis
Nell always remember "Bob" as our
ugged, good'naTured TooTball capTain.
'le was a member oT The Track Team and
'he TooTball Team Tor Tour years. This ver-
alile fellow was also presidenT and vicee
vresidenr ol our class, and served on all
lance commiTTees. Bob plans To Turlher
iis educaTion ....
"WalT" is The Tellow who accomplished
much in his own quieT way, l'liqhesT recog-
niTion was his as The besT place-kicker in
many years. Class vice-presidenT in his
junior year, WalT was Treasurer of The
l-lonor SocieTy. and also a Chrysalis sralzl
member. Engineering is WalT's ambiTion,
"Terry" is a quieT person wiTh a smile 'lor
nearly everyone, and so is liked by all. She
has been acTive on The yearbook sTaTT, ArT
Club, and girls' aThIeTic Teams. Among her
various pasTimes, dancing, sewing, and
skaTing Top The lisT. Success is sure for
Terry as an accounTanT ....
Frederick T. Elsey
"Fred" is The Tellow in The senior class
who always seemed To have his arm or leg
in a casf. DespiTe These "minor" iniuries,
he parTicipaTed in class dances and was a
member of The Glee Club. BaskeTball and
Track Took much ol his Time. Engineering
is Fred's ambiTion ....
-Carole Vivian Farese
SweeT, amiable, and always willing To help
describes Carole. Besides singing for The
Glee Club and parTicipaTinq in girls' aTh-
leTics, she was also a member oT The Chry-
salis sTaTl. Since she has Taken a commer-
cial course ThroughouT high school, we're
sure Carole will succeed as a secreTary ....
Rose Marie Giordano
A quiet buf fun-loving person wirh a
pleasanf personalily besi describes "Roe."
She was noi active in school acrivifies, be-
cause she devoied her affer school hours
fo worlc in a beauiy parlor. ll seems na-
fural +ha+ Roe's fulure ambilion is 'ro be'
come a beaurician .,..
We'll always remember Leo for his collecs
Hon of sramps, coins, animals, eic.. which
were all included in his famed "museum."
Leo also found lime ro be manager of fhe
foolball feam and a four year lraclrman.
We are sure his hobbies will help him in
raising wild animals ....
One never missed "Red's" brighl loclcs as
he passed down fhe halls. His school ac-
Hviiies included being a foofball manager
in his sophomore year. Red's inferesi in
sporrs has now changed 'ro roller slrarinq.
In fact he hopes one day io become a
professional roller'slca+er ....
Herman J. Groh
Herman, quiet and soil-spoken. is one of
our laller senior fellows. ln his junior year,
Herman became an acfive member of The
Audio-Visual Aids Club. Working for a
pholographer afler school also loolc much
of his lime. To be an engineer is Her-
rnan's ambiiion ....
Cheerful, good-narured, and friendly pe
lecily describes "Ei's" disposiiion, f
fhough kepf busy as vice-presideni of Ti
Hi-Y. she was a member of The Leadei
Club, Honor Sociely, and girls' afhlel
reams. During her spare lime, Ei liked
alfend club meefings. Her only desire
io be a secrelary ....
John E. Hari
As a fhree year lraclcman and a membi
of our school Band, "Jack" made his plac
in our senior class. He enjoyed fishing ar
swimming, buf his main inferes+s lay
aviafion, His hobby may carry him on '
fhe career of an air line pilor ....
"Der" is fha? friendly, infelligenl, and
well-mannered girl who is always willing
lo help. A member of 'the Leaders' Club
and Tri-Hi-Y for ihree years, she was also
secrelary of lhe l-lonor Socieiy and a
member of The Chrysalis slairi, Dor plans
io enier The Teaching profession. . .
Dolores Pairicia Jasairis
Quief and well-mannered, ye? very friend-
ly. is"'Lorrie." A member of +he Honor
Sociefy and Tri-Hi-Y in her iunior and
senior years, she was also aclive in rhe
Siudeni Council. We're sure success will
come fo Lorrie in her chosen worlc as a
privare secrerary ....
John Edward Higgins
"Jack" is one of 'rhe smaller members of
our class. He is a quief-looking fellow, buf
he really loves io iallc. He lilces io play
baseball in his spare lime. Jaclcs ambiiion
is +o be a salesman. and wilh his bright
smile and lively chafrer, he will surely
Isabel J. Jansen
Cheerful, vivacious, and full of fun de-
scribes "lssy." Her main acriviries were
in girls' sporis. being on 'rhe volleyball,
baslzeiball, and soffball reams. She was
also quife aciive in fhe Leaders' Club. In
her spare Time lssy enioyed dancing and
modeling and hopes fo become a model
aifer gradualion ....
Alasiair W. Hunier
"Al" is a rafher quiei' fellow who goes
aboul his work wiihour much fuss and
fume. As a sprinfer on fhe 'rrack feam, Al'
became a four-year man. His iuiure in-
'reresfs lie in ihe field of chemislry, where
he hopes io become a chemisi ....
Donaro Anrhony lnfanie
"Dan" came fo us in his senior year from
Cenlral High in Newark, His friendliness
and humor, along wi'rh playing half-back
on 'fhe foorball squad. easily make him a
parf of us. Since continuing his commer-
cial course ai N. A., Dan is assured of a
fine career as an accounfanf ,,,.
Larry G. Kaeser
Thal lall lellow wilh a lriendly smile is
Larry. Nol really quiel once you know him,
Larry had an unassuming bul friendly
manner. Throughoul high school, Larry
look lhe general course. l'lis only ambi-
lion is lo qraduale, bul we're sure he will
succeed in whalever he underlakes eller
The nickname "l-lol Rod" seems lo lil very
well. Anylime a black Ford shol pasl, we
knew who il was before lhinking lwice. A
quiel Fellow who is usually found some-
where aboul his car, George seems a na-
lural lor lhe dulies ol a mechanic ....
Roberl C. Keller
"Bob" is lhe lall, qoodslooking lellow who
was presidenl ol Honor Sociely in his
senior year. l-le also was a member of lhe
Audio-Visual Aids Club, lhe yearbook
slall, and lhe lrack learn. Wilh his per-
sonalily and inlelligence we're sure Bob
will succeed in his chosen career ol chem-
Alice Ann Kerr
A very pleasing personalily wilh a warm
smile besl describes our "Al," A peppy
cheerleader in her senior year, she en-
ioyed all lypes ol sporls. Being a member
ol Tri-Hi-Y and Glee Club look much ol
her lime. Al's lulure ambilion is lo do
work in lhe clerical lield ...,
Beverly Lois Jenkins
Good-nalured, friendly, and lull ol pep
basl describes our "Bev," Allhough cheer-
leading look mosl ol her lime, she had
membership in The Leaders' Club and Tri-
l-li-Y. Bev's abilily lo gel along well wilh
people will help in allaining her goal as
an air line hosless ....
Clarissa Jane Kinnaman
"Ris" is probably our mosl aclive class
male. Chaplain ol Tri-Hi-Y, Fulure Teach-
ers of America Presidenl, and l-lonor Sol
ciely member kepl her ralher busy. Co-
edilor ol lhe year book and slall member
ol lhe Viking Saga look more ol her lime
The besl lo Ris in her chosen lield o'
A Ernesl Mariin Kraus
"Ernie" is The Tellow in The senior class
who always has some wiTTy remark. Among
The acTiviTies ihaT he parTicipaTed in dur-
ing his high school years were The Orches-
Tra, Dance and ConcerT Bands, and The
baseball Team. For a career, Ernie has
chosen To be an elecTronic engineer .,..
"Joe" is our big, broad shoulderecl class.
male who never failed To greeT everyone
wiTh a 'friendly smile. Joe liked To loaf
besf, bul baseball, hunTing. and fishing
were also among his TavoriTe hobbies. We
all are hoping To see Joe piTch for The
New York Yankees someday soon ....
"Al" is The Tall, good-looking fellow who
always had a Twinkle in his eye Tor some
Tair damsel. Wheiher in school or on The
gridiron. he was sure To be in The rnidsT
of Things. One dey Al hopes To seT up
his own privaTe business ....
"Dan" came To us in his sophomore year.
and we're cerTainly glad he did. 6eTTing
righT inTo The swing of Things, he donned
a baseball uniform. He volunieered his
services To The Viking Saga sTaiT, and This
year became ediTor. We know Dan will
be a success as a iournalisT ....
"Edie" is anoTher of our quieT classrnales
who has a sweef disposilion. She was ac-
Tive in Tri-Hi-Y, on class clance cornmif-
Tees. and in The Glee Club, Music is her
TavoriTe inTeresT. A commercial course
ThroughouT high school gave Edie The arn-
biTion To become a secreTary ,...
Ann Eleanor Kuhlussi E
Fun-loving wiTh a pleasing personeliiy and
.smile besf describes "Ann," Her pasTimeV
acTiviTies included skaTing and dancing.
BesT of all. she liked To ride in a con-
verTible, Coming To us in her junior year,
she did noi' have a chance To loin many
organizahons. Marriage is Ann's ambi-
Richard M. Liebau
"Silence is golden" seems lo be "Diclc's"
moilo. for he was always 'lhe quiel, re-
served lellow in lhe senior class. One of
Diclcs aclivifies was being a member of
The Sludenf Council. l-lis inferesls lay in
The sporl of fishing. Afler gradualion.
Dick hopes To own a ceramic business ....
"'l'ony's" easy-going manner has made
him well-lcnown and well-lilced in 'rhe
school. Among school aclivilies. Tony was
a member oi The yearbook slalll and for
lwo years in fhe Sludenl Council. Wiih his
abilily and intelligence we're sure Tony
will succeed in his chosen career of law,
Ronald Franlc l.ei+e
"Flelch," one of 'rhe quieler members of
our class, is a qreai dixieland lan. l-le was
inleresled in sporls and played baslcel-
ball in his freshman year. As his ambilion
is lo be a policeman. we're sure ihal
Flelch will make lhe grade ....
Rosalie Ann Lopes
Quief and reserved is our "Lee." A mem-
ber of 'rhe Glee Club for lhree years, she
also Toolc par? in Leaders' Club aclivilies.
She considers reading, roller-slcalinq, and
dancing among her hobbies. Ailer qradu-
afion Lee hopes fo enter the secrerarial
field. . . .
' V1 k
l-lappy-qo-luck describes Jonas. Wilh a
qood word and friendly smile, he was
well-lilced, Baslcelball manaqer for lhe pasi
iwo years was one of his aclivilies in
school. A prize in his iunior year for a
paper on pharmacy guided Jonas foward
his fuiure goal as a pharmacisl' ....
Edward Mac Cabe, Jr.
"Ed" is lhe really rugged lype. He loved
lhe oul-of-doors and was 'Found slciinq or
swimming in season and camping all year-
round, Ed played hard lor N, A. in fool-
ball and was vice-presidenl ol The Audios
Visual Aids Club. We wish Ed luclc as an
ii si i
Pleasanl, well-mannered. and always will-
ing To help is "Roe's" disposiiion. She was
a member of ihe Siudeni Council and on
'rhe Chrysalis sfaii. Rosalyn enioyed music
and was an excellenl pianisl. After gradu-
alion Roe hopes lo iuriher her educalion
in fhe field of medicine ....
"Will" is lhai iall senior fellow whose in-
ieresfs lay in sporis. Alihough aciive on
ihe baslcefball and iraclc learns, his fa-
voriie sporf was baseball. We will never
forqel him in lhe school band, l-lis college
prep course should help him realize his
ambiiion in lhe field of pharmacy ...,
"Mouse," called so because of her small
slalure, has a pleasani personalily and
loves fun. A member of Leaders' Club. she
devoled much of her 'rime lo girls' sporfs.
She also worlced on class dance commil-
iees. The life of a privale secretary ap-
peals io Ann ..,.
Roberia J. Millar
"Ber+" is ihe peppy liille miss who was
capiain oi our cheerleading squad. l-ler
pleasing lraiis and underslanding a'l"fi+ude
won her many friends. Ber+'s aciivifies in-
cluded membership in ihe l-lonor Sociefy,
Leaders' Club and Tri-l-li4Y. She also par-
licipaied in girls' sporis. l-ler ambilion is
lo become a secrelary ....
A cheerful greeling, wiih a 'friendly smile
are lwo assels of "Di's" pleasanl person-
alily. She was secrelary of lhe Tri-Hi-Y,
vice-presidenf of rhe Honor Sociely, pres-
idenl' of Leaders' Club, and in fha Ore
ches+ra for four years, Her only desire is
To go 'forfh info lhe field of nursing ....
George K. lyleilcle
The fellow wifh a friendly smile and win-
ning way describes our "Ken," Taking
pari in school acliviiies as varsily guard
on lhe foolball 'learn and member of ihe
Chrysalis siahf made him well-known lo
many, On lo college. and lhen fo selile
on his own farm is Ken's ambilion ....
Allan Paulson '
Tall, lair, and blue-eyed describes HAI."
A quiel' fellow, he spolxe in class only
when he had somelhinq worfhwhile 'ro say.
Allhouqh he didn? see loo much aclion
on lhe gridiron, he was reliable in fhe
quard posilion. We wish Al success in
lhaf which he underlalces ....
Richard E. Nida
"Dick" came lo our class in his iunior year
and was always wellslcnown and well-lilred
abouf lhe school, He foolc a general
course fhroughoul high school. Afler
qradualion Dick plans fo become a rne-
chanic, and lhe class wishes him all due
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Harrier B. Neumann
Quiel and reserved. yer full of fun will
her 'Friends is Harriel. Alfhouqh mosl o
her lime was spenl wilh rhe Tri-Hi-Y, shi
was also secrefary of lhe Audio-Visua
Aids Club. and served on lhe May Dai
commillee. Harrier inlends lo enler 'rhe
secrelarial field aifer qradualion, . . .
. Michael Pesce
"Mike" has Traveled far and wide as man-
ager of lhe baslcelball leam for lhree
years. A friendly fellow lo lrnow, his chief
inleresl in life is rrlaior league baseball.
We cerfainly wish Milne lhe besf of luck
in his arnbilion lo become owner ol rhe
New Yorlc Yanlcees ....
William Joseph Peschler
"Willie" is one of lhe greal ouldoor mei
in fhe senior class. l-lunlinq, lishinq, slcal
inq, and foolball, all inleresl him, ln hi
'freshman year Willie ioined fhe foollaal
learn and played for four years, conlribul
inq ro many ol' our viclories. Afler qradua
lion Willie's arnbilion is lo enler busi
Friendly, pleasant and lull of lun is Joy.
Since cominq lo us in her sophomore year,
Joy parlicipaled in many of fhe qirls'
spovls. She also was a member of lhe
school Orchesrra. Wifh her love of music.
Joy hopes fo become a professional vio-
linisl in lhe near fulure ....
Michael R. Pivovar
A fall, lun-loving redhead is ihe descrip- A quiel fellow wiih a shy grin is "Mike"
lion ol "lsh." She iook a general course i-le was well-known as one ol 'ihe fellows
lhroughouf high school, and upon graclua- who gave Charles Alias a bil of compe-
lion she wanrs io hold a secrelarial posi- lilion. Since hunlinq has been Milce's
lion, Her rnany pasiime adriyifies, such as iavorile sporl, we wish him luck in finding
swimming, dancing, and bowlinq, lei? her The million he is hunling 'lor .,..
lillle'+ime 'lor many school aciivilies .,.,
-William F. Riecke
"Rick" was lhe fellow who was sure io be
seen behind ihe wheel oi his giganlic
black car. One of our laller senior fellows,
he was always quier and lriendly. Rick en-
joys iraveling, which helps lo explain his
lulure desire lo become a Truck driver ....
"Torn" is well-liked lor his friendliness,
good naiure, and being a good conversa-
lionalisi, His main inieresi lay in iournalf
ism, and he showed his abilily by being an
irnporlanl member ol The yearbook slail
and school newspaper. Wilh his abilily
we're sure Torn will find success as a
Emil will always be remembered as our
fall, soil-spoken classrnaie. He volun-
leered his service io lhe Audio-Visual
Aids Club .during bolh his iunior and san-
ior years, Since Emil's hobbies were main-
ly concenlraled on pholography, we feel
cerlain he'll do well as a pholoqrapher ....
Coming To us in his iunior year from
France, Paul has been called "Frenchie"
by many. His warm personalily and deep,
rich voice have allracfed all of us. Play-
ing soccer is his favoriie paslime. Wilh
his undersianding of chemislry and biol-
oqy, we're sure Paul will succeed as a
bacleriologisl, . . .
Shorl and sweei besl' describes "Lou." She
was a cheerleader for lhree years, served
as corresponding secrelary ol ihe 'l'ri-l-li-
Y, and was a member of our class dance
commillees. Her parlicipalion in qirls'
alhleiics gave her membership in lhe
Leaders' Club. Lou's ambilion is To be an
air line hosless ....
Alfred E. Sanders
We all know "Al" as lhe lellow who is
forever rushing lhrouqh lhe halls. l-le was
so qood-nalured lhal he never had a
minule lo himself, As presidenl ol our
class and prom chairman, he did a won-
derful iob. Al's enerqy will surely help
him become a successful banker ....
A dull class wasn'l dull for 'lonq once
"Jose" slarfed wilh his humorous remarks,
A Sludenl Council represenlaliye and
member ollhe foolball squad in his sopho-
more year rounded oul his exlra curricu-
lum. ln lhe fulure Joe plans lo become a
mechanical engineer, and we wish him
Joan F. Sawiclci
Alhlelically inclined, quief, and refined
is our "Sawick." Alrhouqh cheerleadinq
did lalce mosl of her lime, she found lime
lo l'dlC6 parl in Glee Club acliyilies. Her
parlicipalion in girls' sporls qave her
membership in lhe Leaders' Club. Aller
gradualion Joan hopes 'ro enler lhe secre-
larial field ....
Palricia Calherine Rossin
"Palsy" is lhe lively, lallcaliye girl who i
always ready for fun. During her lirsl lwl
years she played girls' volleyball. Pals
spenl mosl of her spare lime on hobbie
which included readinq. painlinq. ani
dancing. She chose lhe colleqe prei
course and aims lo be a bio-chemisl. ..
Virginia Lorraine Schullz
"Ginny" is lhal lively, 'rallcalive qirl whc
is always ready for fun. A member ol lhe
Glee Club for lhree years, she was alsc
acliye in lhe Sludenl Council. Ginny en
ioyed readinq, sewing, decoralion, anc
desiqninq, and hopes lo become a beau
lician ailer qradualion ....
Emma J. Smedley
Genfle in manner, quiei and infelligenl'
besi explains '4Em's" personaliiy. Among
her aciiviiies she was presideni of 'rhe Tri-
HIAY and a member of 'rhe Honor Sooieiy.
She also did work for the Viking Saga.
Her only wish is io become a privaie
Our iall, handsome blond, wiih a very
quiei disposirion, is "Bob," Besides beinq
a frackman for iwo years, Bob's ierrific
line play on The iooiball squad rafed his
beinq chosen line capiain for our lasr sea-
son. bui iniuries prevenied his playinq.
The iuiure of a millionaire appeals 'ro
Roger A. Swiss
"Roofs" shy smile made him a iavoriie
wilh his classrnaies. l-lis easy-qoinq man-
ner and abiliry were eviden? in Siudeni
Council, Honor Socieiy, and Chrysalis
siahl, ln Sporis he excelled ai ioolball and
as irack capiain, Roqer's paiience and ine
lelliqence will aid him in becominq a suc-
cessful physician ....
George Richard Sharp
Reserved, quiei, easy-qoinq, and depend-
able besi describes "Dick," During his
high school years, Dick was an imporiani
member oi many musical groups, beinq
in ihe Glee Club, Conceri Band, and
Dance Band, Aiier graduaiion Dickls arne
biiion is ro become an aircraif desiqner.
ai which we're sure he will succeed ...,
Alice Riia Siewari
Good-naiured. friendly. and always will-
ing 'fo help is "Al," Beinq Tri-Hi-Y frees-
urer and secreiary of AudioAVisual Aids
kepi her quiie busy, She was also a rwirl-
er and look par? on The class dance com-
miiiees, Al looks forward io beinq a Typ-
ist and were sure she'll succeed ....
Everyone knows "Dick." noi only for beinq
a qood iraclcman, bu? also for his winninq
personaliiy. Dick had a very aciive hiqh
school life. He was in ihe Band, Audio-
Visual Aids Club, and 'rreasurer of his
class for fwo years. l'lis ambiiion is io be
a pharmacisl ....
Edward F. Taylor
No one can iorgei "Eddie," ihe boy wiih
The big blue eyes and blond hair. l-le
played baskeiball and baseball and iold
iokes ihroughoui his high school career.
Eddie enioyed hiking, driving dancing,
and looking for girls. He plans io be a
Geraldine A. Tedesco
Popular, friendly, and willing lo help besi
describes "Gerry." A member of ihe
Siudeni Council for ihree years, she also
pariicipaied in lhe Glee Club. During
her iunior year Gerry held fhe office oi
class secreiary. Afier graduafion Gerry
plans To enler a school of nursing ,...
Allen Raymond Van Tegle
A pleasani 'fellow io know who always
voice 'ro his opinions is "Al." l-le x
ieered his ialenr io ihe Glee Cluh
became an Audio-Visual Aid. Wi
mind for discussion, we're sure AI w
wonders in ihe field oi labor and indL
Salvaior Frank Viiale
"Ever-yihing he has done, he has done
well" besf describes "Sal," This assel of
Sal's was seen noi only in ihe excellenf
iob he did as Sludeni Council ireasurer
buf also as an imporiani member of ihe
Audio-Visual Aids Club. Sal plans io be-
come a civil engineer ....
Emmaline Isabelle Volland
"Emmy" is a ialkaiive qirl who is boih vi-
vacious and friendly. She was our capable
drum maioreiie for fwo years and always
gave a good periormance. She played
girls' baskefball and volleyball and re-
gards dancing as her iavorile pasiirne.
Emmy iniends io become an air line hos-
iess aifer graduaiion ....
Miriam Esiher Wiebe
Small in siaiure wirh a very pleasant and
cheerful personaliiy besi describes "Mif-
zi." Alihough she was senior class secre-
tary, Miizi also 'found iime for dance com-
miiiees. May Day commiiiees, and an ac-
+ive membership in 'rhe Ar+ Club. A public
accounianfs life seems 'ro appeal +o
Charloiie N. Yager
Pleasani, iull oi fun. and liked by every-
one is "Charl." Alihough cheerleading
accounled for much of her lime, she also
held membership in 'rhe Leaders' Club,
Tri-Hi-Y, and Honor Socieiy, Her sporl
acliviiies included volleyball and baskel-
ball. There is Iillle doubi Thar she will
succeed as a secreiary ....
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Miss I-IoI+erI1oFF ll-I
FRONT ROW: IJ. BeISIWaw, N. CoIweII. SECOND ROW: D. Gordon, A. Anderson, J. Berman, B. Frank. FOURTH ROW
Dirnodica, C. Grinneii, B. D'Arnore, G. FosIIe, S. Flncn, N. W. Ferguson, A, AposIoI, W. BreIII'1uI, S, CoIlno, M. HaII
Cafncarf, M,CeruIIo, J. Bowers, Miss HoIrerI'voII,THIRD ROW: J. Aronson, F. Brown, J. Dickson. FIFTH ROW: D. I-Iesford
B, CIarIc. J. GaIIoway, J, Boqdon, V, Dornanski, R. Dorber, C. G. Bee-rII, R, Harr, J. Baker, R. Davy, D, Davis.
Mr. Kenne+I'1 Bradford ll-2
FRONT ROW: A, Massey, H, NoIan. SECOND ROW: J. John
Son, R. MuIIen, J. Lyon, J. Hudson, J. LavaI, H, Morfon, D, Jor-
def, E. Kent THIRD ROW: W. Myers, C. Penfa, T. Lavin, M.
Keannq, C. KeIIer, E. Hess, J. Kocnansky, H. JanosIci, Mr. Ken
nefn Bradford. FOURTH ROW: B. Laney, L. KeIrner, A. Krleg, J
Marqo, S. LIndIWoIrn, J. NeIson, R. MITCI'1eII. FIFTH ROW: W
Makaus, R. Mac Niven. R. Newron, C. MaIIIand, J. OswaId
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If. 1 f-w.:u?1.l!B:.fs 2-.ffm-w-27111 ww
Miss Taran+ino I I-3
FRONT ROW: E. Popiawski, J. Reimer, L. Reiqer. SECOND
ROW: Miss Taraniino, D. Van Teqlen, A. Smiiiw, A. Sioicovy,
ROW: R. Wasserburger, J. Wilice, B. Wilcox G Przyborowski
H, Sciwuiiz, J. Woilemlwaupf, J. Sfeeie, J Pouiiquen R an
E. Vickers, J, Zomdier. C. Torrkim. M. Thompson, R. Saiwaqian, zalone, A. Wisniewski, FIFTH ROW: R Srieddon E Sioberq
THIRD ROW: R, Ross, R. Pefrocco, R.Sci1weicki1ardf,J, Reese,
F. Wagner, R, Szczesvy, D, Siwardiow, J. Saniianria. FOURTH
J, Wagner, E, Ronalder, J. Wafson, K. Whifney A Woiper
JR. CLASS CDFFICERS
Vice Presideni .. .,
Mr. J. Flimlin IO-I
FRONT ROW: D, BIanCIwInI, B, BrowrIrIdqe, M, Codwrane, E. M, CQseIIa, B, DISIQI, ID, DAc1os'IrQ 6, Cfgffk, J, Cf,kI5m', 3,
Bone, E, Boyarsky, G, BrornIey, C DeIIa VoIpe, Mr, J, FIi'n'In. Clwenes, FOURTH ROW: C, Budmnan, J, Brown, G. Banwkrif k,
SECOND ROW: R, CoIIIn5, T, Bogdan, S, fvnrniano, R, Cnanw- J. Brooks, L, Bruninq.
berIain, T. Cerone, K, Barneff, K, CIark, R, Berry, THIRD ROW:
FRONT ROW: G. Hendrickson, D, Docker.SECOND ROW: R, Mr. G, FIrn'xIIn, FOURTH ROW: A, En'fed1c", J, Enrnvm J
GIancrisIOIaro, F, GOSWVIG. I.. EVI3, D. H:IIand, J, Ferre"'a, G-emrnek D, GoeIcI1IUs, B, Ecke, F, LI -"crm, M. Ga IC. FIFTH
H, FIeII?Z, R, Hoskinq, THIRD ROW: M, Frfjggex LA EIJCYN Q- ROW: E, FIckc5. JI, GrirdQII, IVI, Irnwu, M, Graff, S, I"In'1- r,
Hence, A, Fernardez, IvI.Fernandez, D. Fakdaro H, I-::r'r,n,
MISS MURRAY I0-3
FRONT ROW: C. Mauriho, J. Perrone. SECOND ROW: D. FOURTH ROW: M. Mifcheil, M. IngaIIs, S. Messer, J. Rowe,
Krauss, J. Kelly, B. Schinder. F, Sciorflno. L. McCar+hy. E. V. Przyborowski. M. Klum, B. Maffos, B. Perref, R. Reilly.
Pinfo, J, Mafhiesen, L. KeIIy, Miss Murrav. THIRD ROW: FIFTH ROW: B, Sched, D. Robermxson. J. I.u+y, V, Romano,
J. NeIson, G, Janes, W. Pasciak, T. O'NeiII, R. Jacobs, R, M. MacFarlane, B. Jones. R. Pearce, J. Karasiewifz.
Mi+cheII, J. Rose, F, Kavesanky, C. Levin, T. Kent D. Morgan.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Presiclenf ...,. ....., . .., .,,......,,..,.. ...... ,.....,.,............,....... .... R o n ald Gianchrisfofaro
Vice Presideni ,..,.. . .,.. ..,......,..,,.......... .... ..,,,.,..........,..,,..,.......,...... G e orqe Cool:
Secrefary ...... ........ Pa+ricia Shannon
Treasurer .. .......... Thomas Boqdon
I-Hsforlan .,..,..,.....,....,.....,..........,.... ........... R oberf More
MR. DETELS I0-4
FRONT ROW: E. Yodlowski, K. Thompson, E. Volland, D. Sfeele, V, Sommers, Mr. Defels. THIRD ROW: R. Thunberg
Tiedernann, D. VIIIano, W. Yodlowski, D, Senlcowslcl. SECOND R. Wroble, J. Werner, W. Wa+son, R. Shanks. FOURTH ROW
ROW: A, Smlfh. P, Shannon, M. Van Ness, E. WiIson. J. W. Wald, J, W3IIcinson, C. Winsfer.
s........ .C if Q'
FRONT ROW: M. CaseIIa. A. Bromley, R. Feller, M. Brooks.
C. Blumerfi, J. Brownridge, E. Bannerman, J. Bianchini. SEC-
OND ROW: K. Cairns. C. Fales, T, Frey, W. Cushing, D,
Afamanchuk, D. Dis+eI, E. Fiore, Miss Cunningham. THIRD
ROW: D. Biack, C. Boldt J. Amafo, C. Faulls, R. CervoIa, K
Engelhard, C. Casofro. FOURTH ROW: A. Efinger, D. Can
Ialupo, W, Andersen, R. Brumrner, J, Anderson, D. CaIabrese
MISS TULLO 9-2
FRONT ROW: J. Krok, A. Ma+son. D. Margo, J. Harfley,
N. JeniIrovsIcy, J. I-Iyer, A. Kirsf, P. Hosking. SECOND ROW:
S. Ingber, P. Koes. P. Johnson, J. Hayden. R. Godfrey, S.
Graczyk, R. KeIiCI'Iner, M. Lucas. THIRD ROW: M Kurfz,
M I .
E. Lenlciewicz, H, Georgs, B. McGiIvery, T. Lindquist C
Gonis, E. Kane. C. Jacobson. FOURTH ROW: R. Gaeclcle
P, Lech, E. Hakim.
MISS LIMENFELD 9-3
FRONT ROW: 6. Pena. V. Peferson, K. Monahan, B. ReynoIds, MoHaIa, M. W. Miller. B. Paulison, E. Rivas. M. Mercier, Miss
E, Pardo, J. Paqane-Ili, C. Meyer. SECOND ROW: H, LImenfeIcI. FOURTH ROW: B. Moore, G. Morr, B. MiIIer
Pedynowslci, R. McLaren. R. More. R. Moore, M. Morrow. J. PorIer,sL, Romano.
R, Dreesen, R. O'I.augI'wIin. THIRD ROW: M. A. MiIIer. F.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Rresidenf ....... .. .... .,,,,..,.,.....,.....,.........,...,. ,........,..,..... . ....... M a rvin Lucas
Vice Presidenf .,.... . ,..,.......,.,..,..,....,............,..... ............, . ....,...... P a+rIcia Koes
Treasurer . .. .,..........., Tilghman Frey
Secrefary. ,.... . ..... Kafhryn Monahan
MR. RUCKEL 9-4
FRONT ROW: I.. Sandquisf, N. Sargent J. A. Windle. L. N, Pomeranfz. D. Trenf, R. Shapiro. THIRD ROW: D. SuIIi
Walinski, C. Sfeinmeh. J. Wright A, Scion-Hno. SECOND van, F. Siecewicz. L. Welsh, R, A. ScIwwecIcI'1ard+. A. Vifaie
ROW: H. Zondler. R. Skwerski, T. Trusf, R. Smifh, J. Sorce. A. Wagner.
MR. RECCHIA 8R
FRONT ROW: C. Kealing, J. Maslerfon
M. Clnampignon. C. Wollenhaupl, B. A
Wlwislon, Y. Parker, R. Auer, D. Fernan-
dez. SECOND ROW: N. Miller, J, Cam
mall, S, Roman, B. Harlon, R. Harfley.
N. Ri+'rweger. T. Haggan, Mr. Recclwia
THIRD ROW: E. Lanplnear, J. Ra++i. D.
Anderson. A. Maflos, J. Calabrese, R.
MRS. WITHERALL 8W
FRONT ROW: B. Tlnunberg. E. Fried, C
Della Volpe, J. Mi+chell, J. Ammon, S.
Miller. J. Sanzalone, N. Hayden. SEC-
OND ROW: R. Frank. slanding, J. A
Meikle, E. East H. Sansom, P. Sfecewi+z,
P. Slobodin, R. Graczyk, N. Walt R.
Kuhfuss, Mrs. Willnerall. THIRD ROW:
P. Godfrey, G. Bell, H. Bruzzo, R. Sav-
age, M. Ewing, B. More. E. Lindquisf
FOURTH ROW: P. O'Malley, B. Gilmore
E. Gargan, D. Kienfz, G. Paflendorf, H.
Sleele, G. Miller.
MR. BASKIN 8B
FRONT ROW: C. Halnn, C. Dobson, C.
Huffer, J, Carllon, E. Bremner, V. lngalls.
M, Brown. B. Phillips, V. Aiamancliuck
SECOND ROW: M. MacCabe. O. Kisl.
W. Weiner, R. Sfeele, A. Dickson, M.
Solomon, l-l. Margo, M. Marlins, C.
Seeds, Mr Baskin. THIRD ROW: E. Tila,
M. Harris. J. Van Orman, P, Barlole. R.
Sperdulo, J. Mercier, B. Myers. J. Wil-
kinson. FOURTH ROW: E. Peacock, R.
Fabrizio, D. Lalwey, A. Amafo, M. Zook,
E. Nanke, M. Zumack, B. Burke.
MR. COLLINS 8C
FRONT ROW: R. Anderson, R. Jacob-
son, W. Fickes, D. Feldhusen, P. Fabiano
M. Sadvary, G. Shanks. J, Albani. SEC-
OND ROW: C, Perrone. D. Sfarkey, H
Wollenlmaupf. A. Lavin, J. Lindholm, E
Gordon, C. McLaren. C. Malone. THlRl:
ROW: E. Bambrick, R. Decker, K. Powers
D. Schaefer, L. Pesce, S. Howell, Mr
Collins. FOURTH ROW: R. A. Seller-
slrom, G. Yodlosky. E. Walson, J. Skol-
ski, A. Goodwin, J. Gallo.
MR. BURKE 7B
FRONT ROW: J. Hamill, P. Gausis, M
Clwiccone, A. Gausis, C, Tolfey, E. Moore
H. Schinder. SECOND ROW: M. Pascialc.
L. Sanzalone, R. Halcim, J. Peri, N. Sper
dufo, R. Hendrickson, G. Jorclel, G.
Schroeder. STANDING: Mr. Burke.
THIRD ROW: E. Olowslci, R. Nolan, J
Valenre, A. Ballesfero, T. Savage, J. Perl
MISS KOOK 7K
FIRST ROW: E, Brand, U. Ranlcine, J
Truslca H. Janulis, M. Feller, C. Kennedy
P, Brown, B. Macy. SECOND ROW: J
Colino, R. Walinslci, J. Slewarl, W
Gould, G. Bullock, R. Groos, P, Bieder-
man, E. Fisher, Miss Kook. THIRD ROW:
J. Malcollca, l, Landers, D. Fraser, C
Gerry, R. lvers, M. Redner, C. Treiber
J. McClear. FOURTH ROW: R, Karasie-
wilz, B. Baran, A. Prigge.
MR. MATHISEN 7MA
FRONT ROW: E. Cochrane, A. Barr. J
Slember, C. Rosenberg, C. Grinnell, A.
Aronson, R. Golob, C. Babelc. SECOND
ROW: D. LaRue. J. Hoffman, S. Beerli,
R. Sandquisl, H. Wliiiney. J. Lunde, F.
Collura, M. Sclwoal, G. DeMeo, Mr.
Mafliisen, THIRD ROW: A. Andersen. E.
Lennox, D. Berman, T. Keller, R. Flana-
gan, E. Bianclwini, J. Murphy, B. Milcliell.
FOURTH ROW: B. Koclnanslty, R. Finclw,
R. Ogilvie, D. Kelso. A. Clmif. R. Moll.
MR. MILLER 7MI
FRONT ROW: D. Francis, B. Medeslwa,
D. Lopes, L. Alves, L. Miraglia, B. Kunsl,
N. Brownridge, D. Gormley. SECOND
ROW: C. Smillw, J. Di Trolio, R. Foray,
A. Springer, A. lnfanle, R. La Morro, S.
Weinberg. J. I-leclc, Mr. Miller. THIRD
ROW: M. Shyne. C. Di Pace. C. Slomo-
vi+z, W. McWilliams, B. Da Silva, J.
Sclwoaf, FOURTH ROW: R. Mancini, R.
Walczulc, J. Ferra, E. Piclcel, D. Harf.
Norih Arlinqlorw, we sing lhy praises,
Our Alma Maier on lhe hill
Fond memories of thee we shall cherish
As dislance makes 'rhem dearer sfill
And Though fhe years sleal swilfly o'er us
A fribuie lo Thee shall be sung,
As now in you'rh's undaunfecl chorus
We sing, Norlh Arlinglon.
Bu? high school lriendships all musl sever
And fade as does lhe dying day
And closes? friendships all be broken,
As ou? in llle we wend our way.
And ye? whalever be lile's forlune,
As llfels long race we gladly run,
We'll love lhee sfill our Alma Maier
Our clear North Arlinglori.
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lCap+.I, Bill Ferguson, George Den Braven, Wilbur Ruckel Davis, George Cook, AI Wisniewslci.
FRONT ROW: Tom Bogdon, Don Roberrson, Bill Ferguson, Poplawslci, Bill Sched, Joe Karasiewilz, Bob Berry.
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FRONT ROW WalT Pasiclc Malcolm. MacFarlane, Ronald Canaly. Charles PenTa, George Beerli WalT Anderson THIRD
l"larT Buddy Gordon SECOND ROW Paul Kelly, coach, Jim ROW: Roger Swiss, John Bogdon Dick SmiTh
CapTaln Roger Swiss Duck SmlTh
WiTh The resignaTion oT Mr. Tommy
Thomas as Traclc coach, The school board
obTained Mr. Paul Kelly To Take over The
direcTion oT Track and physical educaTion.
Under The direcTion oT The Tormer iavelin
Thrower, The Team has shown deTiniTe im-
provemenT, having been wealcened Through
graduaTion and oTher deparTures.
Among The reTurning leTTermen are Cap-
Tain Roger Swiss, Malcolm McFarlane,
Richard SmiTh, Buddy Gordon, and Ed
The indoor schedule puTs The emphasis
on large inviTaTional meeTs such as The
"Philadelphia Inquirer" MeeT, The Millrose
Games, and The N.J.l.S.A.A. lv1eeT. while
The ouTdoor schedule puTs chieT emphasis
on dual meeTs, climaxed by The N. A.
BoosTers' Club MeeT and The pasT season
STaTe Championship OuTcloor lvleeT.
The N.A.l-l.S. baseball learn
will slarf ils I952 season wilh a
scarcily of piichers bul will have
a hosl of ye+erans reiurning
from lasl year's mediocre ieam.
Coach "Rip" Collins, slarfing
his sevenfh year al' Norfh Ar-
linglon, believes lhal This year's
learn will rnalce up in spiril whal
They lack in naliye abilily.
Among The veierans refurn-
ing are Caplain George Den
Braven, Tony Bosco, Ed Taylor,
Gene Poplowslci, Diclc Dorber,
"Moe" l-lall, and Jaclc Reese.
The squad will again compele
in The Four-Counly Conference,
won lasf year by Roselle Parlf
High School. Olher Teams in
The' league include Clifford
Scorl, l-larrison, Cranford, and
Girls sporlrs are parl ol Jrhe well-planned
gym program a+ Nor+h Arlinglon High
School which is headed by Mrs.
Madeline Slreflens. The Class of I952
has produced very alhlelic girls, who
have been champions in bolh volleyball
and baslcelball in inlerclass compelilion
since Their enlrance inlo high school.
Besides lhese sporls, Jrhe girls parlicipale aclively in archery, soil-
ball, high jump, and planned games. To keep lheir lrim figures and
good healrh, +he girls are offered a number of exercises in addilion
'ro lhe sporls.
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SEATED: D. BIanCI'wInI, G. Pena, R. WrobIs
C. Englenard, D. GOQIQIWIUS. STANDING- I-I
Morfon, E. Hakim, D. SnarcIIow. D. Hays, T, Da
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FIRST ROW: J. PouIiqucn, R. MuIIen, SECOND ROW: E. Iand, J. power. R. Jaccbs, G, Dew Braven, D, Krusninski, K.
Wagner. R. MQIO, 5, VIVaIe. R. Swiss, A. D'Adarnf1, A. Krieg. Barneff R. Tnurberg, W, Ecrguwn. MISS .I-UIIO.
D, DisIeI, M. Lucas. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Dawdzon, D, I'IoI-
FIRST ROW: E, Garqan, C. Kea+Inq, C
Gerry, D. Anderson, Mr. Reccnia. SEC
OND ROW: E. Eisner. A. Anderson. A
Goodwin, U. RanIcIn, D. Kienfz, I-I. San
som, J. Infanfe, J. DITroIIo, R. FIanaQan
HO CR SOCIETY
SEATED: W. Ecicardi D. I-Ievs. R. KeI'e'. D. M:I.augI'wII'w, P. Doneffy. M. Cochrane, A. Anderson, E. SmecIIey. SECOND
MISS PeIIgzIer. STANDING FIRST ROW: C. ilvnarnan, C. ROW: M. CemIIo, G, BeerII, S. V5IaIe.
Yaqer, B. Frank, I2. MI1Ia' J W' In-3, ID, .lawieiix E, Gafyarn,
SEATED AT TABLE: M355 Audewk, Kwgnirakw, H. Morfcn, Iey, J, I.avaI, R. Smi+I1,'I, I2eIIIy, E. MacCabe, A. AposIoI, D.
A, Anderzcn, Miss Iarar-Mfr, STANDING: B. Frank. E. Srned- Krauss, E. Kane.
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FRONT ROW: R. Ceravola, M, Preise, V. Pryzborowski, G, ley. M. Mercier, Miss O'Mafley. THIRD ROW: J. Kocnansky,
Bromley. G, Pryzborowski, F. Sfecewicz. SECOND ROW: M. Gallo, J. Brooks, N. Sargent M. Brooks, B. Eicke.
P, Johnson, M. Cochrane, F, Dolweriy, J. Paqanelli, A4 Brom-
FRONT ROW: R. Shapiro, R. Moore, R, Trenf, A. Sanders, G, Moor, R, Tnunberg. THIRD ROW: W. Corsar, R. Leire
R. Srnifn, E. Macflabe, N. CaiweW, E, Lindquist SECOND H: Gron, R. Peacock. T, Kidd, B, Giirnore,
ROW: R. Kelker, S. Vlrale, K, Wlwifney, A. Hood, J. Herr,
FIRST ROW: J, Qfwde. L. Efey, B, perrczf. SECOND ROVVZ J. Tledcmafw, A. EirwsEdNer, J. Kefly, Miss WaNsFw.
LE DERS' Cl UB
SEATED: B. Perfef A, Ma -"C'WSifv R. Mihr, J. Sawicki, M. Sahaqian, B. Ufxmcre, J. Marge, B. Jenkins, A. Kerr, C. Yaqor
Cnchrafe, C, He-ye, D, McLaugWr, E, Garqam L. Saiaqkw E. WINsor, J. Podlqucv, S. UndHoWrr', R.Sa'wza1owe, G. FQSNQ
D, Bev, J. Lafel. STANDING: C, GW vc N, M. CcruU', F. M, Gaim.
SEATED: P, Dcherfy. B, Jevkim, D, Hays, R, MIIIN, FIRST C. Kiwvamaf. E. KVGVVIWIC, J. Pollquen, C, Yaqer, E, Garqarf
OW: M255 WQISH. B, Ferret M, Cam Q, M. I'WqaII11,S. I-Iauer, B. Frank, L. Sahaqfarw. THIRD ROW: F, SaIwaqIar', E. Srfwecfey
, FICIQQS, M155 LImefIeId. SECOND ROW: IJ. McLauqIwIIm A. Kerr, M, Le5IIe, A, Sfewarf, I-I, Neuman A. EIMSQICIIQL
SEATED: A, VIfaIe, J, G1-IndfgII R, Sbgpifm, M, A, M: nf, E. M, MIIIer. R. Sfniockardr, Mfe. I. Capwe'I, B. Eirkc, C
WIICOX. STANDING: C. KI"'ar'wo" E, Kare, C E"gIeIWarCI Caifnffm, E, Waqwer, C Gi"'I'w, B, I5ar"NerV'Wa'w.
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FIRST ROW: F. Doiwerry, M. 6aIIo, M,
MiIIer, B. Wiicox, W, YodIowsIcy, C.
Srierrnfyz, J. Neison, M, Mi'cIweII, S. Lind-
IioIm, B. Eicke, SECOND ROW: Miss
Zingaro, J. Arnafo, J. LayaI, R, Srnifh,
G. BeerIi, R. Groos, D. LaRue, J. CoIino,
E. Pardo, B. Reyr'oIds, G, I-Iarce. THIRD
ROW: J. Wiikinsor, R. Moore, S. Colino,
B. Jones, M. Marrirs, M. Ewnq, R. Kara-
siewiiz, J. CuIUyar, R. II'iu'berq. FOURTH
ROW: M, I-Iaii, A. Woiper R. CoIIir's,
R. More, FI. Zo'idIer, I'I. Margo, J. GaIIOA
way, D. Lackey, O. Kirsr. FIFTH ROW:
J. Werner, D, I-Ioiiand, G. Janes, T. Kefir,
C, Levin, A, Wifreiv-fsIc' R, Fabrizio, T.
FIRST ROW: M. CoC5ra'ie, J. Wrigiii, B. DiArnore, Y, Bian- ROW: J. Ggrnmeii, P.
CI1ir'5. SECOND ROW! D. Biandnini, W. Yodiowsky, P, Fabiaro, Coiiro, E, Crawford, J.
G. I-Iance V. Ro+ers:r, J. B7ancniri, V, Pryzbgrgwgki, THIRD
Hoskinq, C, Biurnerri, A, Krieg, S.
I-Iyers, A, Kirsr, Miss F. Zinqaro,
FIRST ROW: B. D'Arnore, C. Dobson, J.
Cariron, V. InqaIIs, B. Myers, R, Sand-
quisf, S. Beerii, E. Cochrane, M, Herr,
J. Truska. B. Perrer. SECOND ROW: A.
Krieg, C. ToILIey, A. BorreIIi. J. MircIieII,
A, EinseidIer, R. Frank, B. Einseidier, S.
I-Ioweii, P. Godfrey, E. Brand. THIRD
ROW: R, MiIcI1eII, I. Landers, P. Brown,
L. MiraqIia. L, Sandquisr, J. Biarichini,
A. Kirsr, M. R. Feller, C. Kennedy, E.
Fried, L. KeIIy. FOURTH ROW: V, Ran-
Icine, P, Hoskinq, J. Wriqlwi, U, Referson,
B. Maffos, L. McCar+I'1y, F, Sciorrino, D.
Francis, M. Redner, M. Cochrane, FIFTH
ROW: F. Sreccewicz, M. A. Brooks, R.
Cerayola, P. Johnson, J. A, WindIe. D.
Sinkowski, J. Brooks, V. Pryzborowski, G.
Pryzborowski, J. Waiienhaupr. SIXTH
ROW: C. Hufrer, J. Grindeii, C, Blum-
erii, D. Krauss, N. CGIIICGFI, I-I. Morion,
C. Casoria, R. A. ScI'iweicI'iardr, M. A.
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FRONT ROW: J. Porfer, J, Perraudin, S. BeerII, M. IvIarIIns, W. WeIner, D, CanIaIUpo, E. Firkes, J, Balccr, C. Kinnarnan
A. Bfomley. L, Sendquish D. McLauqIwIIn. M, InqaIIs. SEC- THIRD ROW: A. Anderson, I., BrunnInq, R, HoQIcInq, W. MII
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E. Fisher, R, MangIne, A. MOIIOS, I'-I,
WIviIney. SECOND ROW: J. VaIenIe, B. I
DaSiIva, C, Baliek, D. AIIIer, N. Sperduio,
C. Treiber, M. Marfins, E. Brand. THIRD
ROW: A, Chair, R, FIncI'1, A. BaIIesIero,
FIRST ROW: H. Whirney, E. VoIIand, A. Marfof., E. Lerkiewim.
R. Snwifh, M. InqaIIs, L, Hsey, J. Gernmelh C. Cascwffa. SECOND
ROW: W, Corsar. I.. Brurfnq. C, Kinnarnan, IE. Bremmer. R.
Penocca, W, Weiner. D, Canrahfpn. VV, Breiihut, E. Fickes,
FIRST ROW SEATED: A. Maffos. E. Brem-
mer, W. Weiner. E. Fisher, R. Mangine,
A, Chair. SECOND ROW SEATED: N.
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SEATED: E. I.eriIciewiCZ, R. Smifh, J. Fer-
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CIarIc, W. MiIIer, A. Anderson. C, Keller, R. I-Iosking, P
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MO RN P CKAGING MACHINERY
l FOREST DAIRY
Service Our Specialty
Milk and Cream
'l7 Forest Street
NORTH ARLINGTON, N.
Sargent Motors, lnc. Tire Trading Company
Chevrolet Dealer 239 Halsey Street
Newark, New Jersey
Corner of Hedden Terrace
and Ridge Road Dolores
North Arlington New Jersey .ldsdlfls
H. A. GREENE COMPANY
Serving the schools and athletic organizations of New jersey
with dependable athletic equipment for over a quarter century.
Outfitters: North Arlington High School Athletic Teams
28 Halsey Street Newark 2, New Jersey
fNeor Central Avenuel
FRED J. F EILITZ
Kemp Machine and Tool Works, Inc.
I8 Spruce Street, Nutley, N. J.
BRIGHTON VACUUM EXCHANGE MOntcIair 3-1660 Edwin J. o'Mauey
SALES - SERVICE - REPAIRS
Refrigerators - Washers
Radios - Vacuum Cleaners
. . . TELEVISION . . .
2396 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
555 Valley Brook Avenue
Lyndhurst, New .Iersey
I5 Bay Street
Montclair, N. J.
Sincere Good Wishes
The Class of 1952
CLASS OF 1953
President ..... .... A ndrew Massey Treasurer . . . . Joel Aronson
Vice President. . . .... William Makaus Secretary . . . . . . Marie Cerullo
Historian .... Dick Dorber
Compliments of the
North Arlington High School
High School Junior High School
ANTHONY D'ADAMO ROGER SWISS CAROL GERRY DORL ANDERSON
President Vice President President Vice President
ANN KRIEG SAL VITALE CATHERINE KEATING ELEANOR GARGAN
Secretary Treasurer Secretary Treasurer
MISS VIVIAN TULLO
MRS. MARY E. DAVIDSON
MR. LOUIS RECCHIA
President R I Treasurer
EMMA SMEDLEY ALICE STEWART
Vice Pres. Historian
EILEEN GARGAN BETTY FRANK
Corres. Sec. Chqplqin
HARRI ET NEUMANN
NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
Athletics Boosters Club
MR. THOMAS GILMORE MR. TILGHAM FREY
President Vice President
MR. MARK LEEPER MR. H. L. BRADFORD
Recofding Swefaw MR. HAROLD TURNER Corresponding Secfeff-fy
MR. HENRY MILL ER
DR. A. R. SAPORITO
NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL P. T. A.
P s ........ ...... M rs. S. Smith, Jr. Treus. . . ...... ..... M rs. C. E K ll
Vice Pres. . ........ Mrs. J. W. Bone Rec. Sec .......... ..... M rs. W
Vice Pres. . ....... Miss B. Genovese Cor. Sec .......... .... M rs. H.
Historian ,,,,,,,,.,, , , Mrs. Mary E. Davidson
WOODROW WILSON P. T. A.
WASHINGTON P. T. A.
THOMAS JEFFERSON P. T. A.
EMERALD DRUG STORE
s. FELSENFELD, 5.5.-s. J. GREENSTEIN, Ph.G.
KEarny 2-9742 ASIA Wong 5 59"
Chinese American Restaurant
Family Dinners and Ala Carte Served at all Hours
Luncheon Served II a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Dinner Served 4:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
All Varieties of Foods Put Up to Take Home
380 Belleville Tpk. North Arlington, N. J. 2 Ridge Road Noni, A,-linggon, N. J,
iCorner Belleville Turnpikej
,,, GRoaEL's Esso sTATioN
THE FABRIC SHOP 450 Ridge Road, North Arlington, New Jersey
3 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Wedding Flowers-Funeral Designs
Wholesale and Retail
INFANTS - CHILDREN - and LADIES WEAR
594 RIDGE ROAD NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
96 Schuyler Avenue North Arlington, N. J.
PHONE KEarny 2-5724
TREMARCO COAL COMPANY
BLUE coAL-xoPPER's cone-FUEL on
KEarny 2-9609 Free Delivery
Delicatessen - Beverages
203 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J. 126 Ridge Road Nonh Arlington N J.
TOM THE TAILOR
"Fine Tailoring - Cleaning - Pressing" NEWSPAPERS - MAGAZINES
We also carry Ricciardi's French Ice Cream
165 R'd R d Nth AI' t ,N. J.
'ge on or rmg on 189 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Bcnny Dell Farms Good Luck, Graduates
JAY ARNOLD SHOPS
Styles for DAD 'N' LAD
231 MEADOW ROAD RUTHERFORD, N. J. 43 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Class of l952
MEADOW BROOK DAIRY
Waldron ' s
Country Bottled Milk
500 Schuyler Avenue
North Arlington, N. J.
DAVIDSON AGENCY, INC.
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
Kinney Building, 790 Broad Street
Newark 2, N. J.
I0 G-Riverview Gardens
North Arlington, N. J.
PYROMETER SERVICE COMPANY
Rebuilt lnstru ments
348 River Road, North Arlington, N. J.
CLASS of i952
To the Young Gentlemen who will turn
to pipe smoking:
Get the best - a Schoenleber
handmade Briar root pipe
Newark Pipe Shop
29 Branford Place
Newark 2, New Jersey
Bev Joan Edie Joy Bob Joe
Dick P Ferg
Charl Alice A
"DETS" Porky UP -I-rpprr
Diane Doris E
TONY R Bosco
Peggy Margie Eileen Red Gi 9
Bob Tom Red Gig Re Bill
Howe Row 1 'Hilfe M' fffif' i5Z,'2.".s
Glo' Wolf Terry Doris Edie Dick
Dee Miss Lou Bob F. Jack Mr Ann K. Tony
Joe R rr, Peg Ei Herm Nielgerr Al Lee
Chick omane I Carhy Ed G. Lorry z Dqn Ed
I2 Roe Bev I2 Ernie Don
Yvonne Tony Leo Geo Ris Alex
Marge Tony B. lssy Larry Joe Tom
Ellen Dick Tip Ed A wqiarlie H H f
Barb Compliments Elly THE VIKING SAGA
of ,he Official Student Publication
Judy Janie of
JOLIETTES North Arlington High School
Cleml Suzie Yearly Subscription 50 cents
Carolyn AI Bobbie Editors: Dan Krushinski
Dm' C':'fZ,m""s A' LEADERS CLUB
Bob Ken Diane Mclau hlin resi en
ci-lERoKEEs 9 P " '
Sal Rob Charlotte Yager , Secretary
Beverly Jenkins , . . ,Treasurer
R09 Fred Jack Ed
Walt Herman Leo Compliments
REBELS O U
Tom Rick Emil
KILNS SUPPLIES Tel. KEamy 2-7914
ANN LIEBAU STUDIO
173 Belmaunt Ave., North Arlington, N. J.
Evening Classes Day Classes
Mon., Wed., Fri. Wed., 8. Sat. a.m.
203 Prospect Avenue
North Arlington, N.J.
PAT THE TAILOR
598 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J.
GENERAL ROOFING CONTRACTOR
176 Baltimore Ave.
North Arlington, New Jersey
Open Sundays KEamy 2-2896
and Holidays Night: KEamy 2-1765
THOMAS MELOR0 8. SON
271 Ridge Road No. Arlington, N. J.
Opposite Holy Cross Cemetery
Thos. P. Goffredo, Manager
KEamy 2-8541 X-Ray Fitting
Shoes For All The Family
Buster Brown Shoes
432 Ridge Road
H' Krause' North Arlington, N. J
A. COLMENERO '
Pianos Bought, Sold and Exchanged
Tuning, Refinishing and Reconstructing
12 RIDGE ROAD N0. ARLINGTON, N. J.
K Earny 2-1157
Flowers For All Occasions
287 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J.
K Earny 2-4784
EDMUND A. WILKE
Custom-Built Cabinets - Recreation Rooms
115 SUNSET AVE.
NO. ARLINGTON, N. J.
HIGHLAND HOME BAKERY
Bread - Cake - Pies -- Pastry
Orders taken for Birthday Cakes
806 Summer Ave. Newark, N. J.
K Earny 2-1969 Marfak Lubrication
Brake Servlce - Front End Alignment
264 Belleville Pike North Arlington, N. J.
LAFAYETTE IRON WORKS, INC.
649-661 Grand Street
Jersey City, N. J.
of Radio and Television
ELITE BARBER SHOP Serv-Ce
54 Eighth Street
285 Ridge Road No. Arlington, N. J. North Arlington' N' J'
"JOE THE BOTTLE SHOP
"GEORGE" Delivery Service
"EDDIE, 592 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Corsages KE. 2-7317
Tel- Ru. 4-0747 Wedding Bouquets Telegraph Service
800 Schuyler Ave.
Lyndhurst, N. J.
317 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J.
Opposite Holy Cross Cemetery
F. Russo, Prop.
574 Ridge Road
SEITZ'S SOUND SERVICE
Loud Speakers for Rent
For Dances, Parties, Weddings, 8. Lectures
Sound Truck Mobile Equipment
Recordings Free with Equipment
DRUG STORES, INC.
ALEX WEISS, B.s., Reg. Ph.
854 Kearny Avenue Arlington, N. J.
HARRY'S ESSO SERVICE
353 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Auto Supplies - Bicycles
Authorizes Sales Agency
55 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Port Chester 5-3400
Port Chester, New York
39 River Road North Arlington, N. J.
ACME QUALITY FOOD MARKET
Groceries - Vegetables - Meats
98 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J.
RIDGE SWEET SHOPPE
269 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J
Country Club lce Cream
Biggest Sodas - Sundaes and Malts in Town
When You Buy For The Future
NORTH ARLINGTON MOTORS
Schuyler Avenue and Belleville Pike
North Arlington, New Jersey
ed FORD SALES and SERVICE
KEa rny 2-0446
WILLIAM WOIQPER, REG. PHARMACIST
Prescriptions Our Specialty
We Have Filled Over One-half
1 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J.
L. Kaufhold KE-2-435l
Oil Burners Installed
20 Beaver Avenue
North Arlington, N. J.
FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY
86 Sunsei' Avenue
Nor+h ArIing'I'on, N. J.
Board of Trus'I'ees
MAYOR WALTER O'CONNELL
MR. WILLIAM R. HOLBERT
REV. JOHN SANSOM-Presidenf
MRS. J. H. STOVER-Secrefary
MR. NORMAN SATTLER-Treasurer
MR. JOHN HULL
MRS. E. McGARRY
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MR. ALFRED W. LARKIN
MR. H. ROBERT WILCOX
MR. WALTER R. TRENT"'
MR. JAMES F. BAYER
MR. EUGENE J. MADDEN
MR. PETER R. TONNER
MR. D. J. DeGENNARO
'Term Expired February I8, I952
THE NORTH ARLINGTON
23 Ridge Road
NorII1 ArIing+on, N. J.
Federal Reserve Sys+em
Federal Deposi+ Insurance Corp
MR. and MRSA. ARTHUR JANSEN
DR. LOUIS A. LEVISS
KEarny 2-44 I 0
"Good Work Is Our Success"
Three Hour Cleaning Service
We Call For and Deliver
dge Road Nor+I'i Arlingfon
KEARNY FEDERAL SAVINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION
JOHN D. CRANE 8: SONS
Ridge Road Norfh Arlinglon, N. J. Funeral Diredtors
6I4 Kearny Avenue Arlinglon, N. J. 24l Kearny Avenue Kearny'
HA ' 6-7694 KE 2-6I85
mio" my KEarny 2.0447
DRAPES - SLIP COVERS - REUPHOLSTERING
REPAIRING HENDERSON 8: COMPANY
OTTO'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP plumbing and Heaiving
2I3 NORTH 4II1 STREET 75 RIDGE ROAD 9 Harding Avenue Norm Arlingwn'
HARRISON, N. J. NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
KENNY 2-7670 KEarny 2-9895
SPICK AND SPAN
Dress Sui'Is-Tuxedos-Full Dress-Cu+aways FORESTA S STATIONERY
and all Accessories 'ro Hire
Special Rafes +o Clubs 594 Ridge Road
I55 Ridge Road Norfh Arlingron, N. J.
Nor+I1 ArIing+on, N. J.
5c G I0c SI and Up
C. A. RONSON STORES
4 Ridge Road
Nor+l'l Arlinglon, N. J.
Real Eslafe and Insurance
l23 Ridge Road, Norfh Arlingfon, N. J.
CHAMPION LINE MACHINERY
95 Schuyler Avenue
Nor+l'l Arlinglon. N. J.
Clemenf M. Brierley
2lI Ridge Road
Nor+l1 Arlinglon, New Jersey
50 River Road Norlll Arlinglon, N
HUGHES' SERVICE STATION
Gas - Oil - Repairs
600 Schuyler Ave., Norlll Arlingfon, N. J.
Ke. 2-I I66
' FINDLAY-YOUNG s. co.
Asphall' Tile-Linoleum-Rubber Tile
I5 Ridge Road
Nor+h Arlinglon, N. J.
KEarny 2-4620 Bus.-KEarny 2-09I5
DRAPES : DRY GOODS : FURNITURE
BED SETS : SLIP COVERS : UPHOLSTERY
A. Del Sapio I74 Hiclxory Sfreef
Manager Kearny, N. J.
GILD 'N SON
Manufacfurers of +I'le "GUILD" All
Exfruded Aluminum Combina+ion
Sform Windows and Doors
MELROSE HAIR STYLIST
The Home of Smarl' Coiffures
l23 Ridge Road
Norfh Arlingfon, N. J.
Tues. ll'lru Thurs. 9-6 Friday 9-8
aza Belleville Pike Arlinglon, N. J. Closed Monday S-fufdav 9-6
Good Luck +o +he
J h Bob
Class of l952 F Neil
B Hy Ed
H y M
L y KHy
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. W. Jarvis
Complimenfs of Room IIO
CLASS OF l952
The Class of I954 The Class of l956
The Class of l955 The Class o-F l957
Mr. and Mrs. Emil C. Anderson
Ann and Dick
Mr. and Mrs. M. Barreiro
Helen and Fred Becker
Mrs. Augus+ Be+z
Mrs. John Bischoff
. Howard L. Bradford
L. Cameron, Sr.
. James R. CammeH
Mrs. Russell Capwell
Mrs. J. Clark
William D. Corsar
. A. J. Crawford
A. L. Davidson
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Thurlow W. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. George Den Braven
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doherfy
Mr. and Mrs. An+hony Dusman
Eleanor and Emmaline
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elsey
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Farese
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ferreira
Mrs. Ina Gallo
Mr. Michael Gallo
Leon Girardey, Jr.
Leon Girardey, Sr.
W. R. Holberi'
Herberf J. Hunrer
Charles H. Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs Charles E. Keller
Mr. and Mrs. James Kerr
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kidd
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kinnaman
Mr. and Mrs. William Kos+er
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Leifer
Mr. and Mrs. Anihony Locascio
Mr. and Mrs. John Lopes
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lynskey -
Mr. and Mrs. Edward MacCabe
Mr. and Mrs. Les+er Mayer
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McLaughlin
Mr. and Mrs. George Meikle
Louise and Chris Ollwerfher
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perraudin
Mr. and Mrs. Vincenr Pesce
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Peschler
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Possehl
Mr. and Mrs. George Possehl
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Quinn
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Recchia
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Riecke
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Sharp, Jr
Mr. and Mrs. William Shields
Mr. and Mrs. James Sfewarf
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Swiss
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Tedesco
Miss Marion Tres'l'ed
Mr. and Mrs. B. Van Teglen
Mr. and Mrs. Palsy Vi+ale
Mr. and Mrs. George Volland
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ward
Mr. and Mrs. George Wollmann
Mr. and Mrs. Marfin W. Yager
Mrs. Anna Ariz+i
Miss Ema M. Audesirk
Miss Mina B. Audesirk
Mr. Kenne+h Bradford
Mrs. Carrie Casey
Mr. Rip Collins
Mrs. Roberl Cur+is
Mrs. J. D'Adamo
Miss Alice Dewar
Mr. R. Dunlcelman
Miss Cafherine Eden '5l
Mr. George Flimlin
Mr. Joseph Flimlin
Miss Margarel Froschauer
Miss Bea+rice Genovese
Miss Florence Gran?
Mr. Rolaerl' Halch '50
Miss Ru1'h Heys
Mrs. Edna Hipp
Miss Kafhleen M. Hollerhoff
Mr. William Huhel
Mrs. Helen Jasaifis
Mrs. Fred Johnson
Mrs. Jean Kaeser
Mr. Charles Keller, Jr.
Miss CharloHe Keller '5I
Miss Efhel B. Kool:
Mrs. J. Kuhfuss
Mrs. O. Kvamme
rs. E. Zurheide
Mr. Frank M. Leile
Mr. Manuel Lima
Mrs. Anna Malinowslci
Mr. A. Malhisen
Miss Pairicia Murray
Miss Lucy Naas
Mrs. Edward Neumann
Mrs. Thresa Nowicki
Miss D. L. O'Malley
Mr. A. E. Pehlblad
Mrs. Florence Perrel
Mr. John A. Pfirrmann
Mr. John F. Phillips, Jr.
Mr. John Reese
Miss Angela Romanelli
Mrs. C. Rossin
Mr. W. C. Ruclrel
Mrs. M. Ru'I'yna
Mrs. Helen Smilh
Mrs. Ka+herine D. Swaim
Miss Doris A. Taran+ino
Miss Vivian C. Tullo
Mr. Joseph Tully
Mr. Sabafo Vi+ale
Mr. George Volland, Jr.
Miss Helen Walker '5I
Miss Nancy E. Walsh
Mrs. E. Willce
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