North Arlington High School - Chrysalis Yearbook (North Arlington, NJ)
- Class of 1953
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North Alrlmqton we smg thy pruse-QA
Our Alma Mater on the hrll
Fond memorxes of thee we shall chermsh
As drstance makes them dearer st1ll
And though the years steal svuftly o'er us
A trlbute to thee shall be sung
As now m youth's undaunted chorus
But hxgh sehool frmendshxps all must sever
And fade as does the dymg day
And closest frxenclshrps all be broken
As out rn lmfe we wend our way
And yet whatex er be 11fe's fortune
As 11fe's long race we gladly run
We'll leve thee stxll our Alma Miter
Our dear North Arlmgton
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We the Senror Class of 1953 have the honor and pleasure of dedrcatrng our year
book to Mr William R Holbert our Superrntendent of Schools who aftcr thirty
nrne years ofdevored servrce to educatron rn New Jersey wrll retrre on July 1 1953
In 1910 Mr Holbert graduated from the Doylestown Penn Hrgh School and in
September of that year entered Lafayette College from whrch he received the de
gree of Ph B in 1914 Then began hrs work rn educatron Frrst he was a teacher
of mathematics at Hampton N J High School from 1914 to 1916 From there he
moved to Somervrlle Hrgh School where he was a teacher from 1916 to 1918
At thrs time Mr Holbert s career was rnterrupted by World War I for more than
a year while he served with the U S Army rn France
Wrth the termrnatron of the war Mr Holbert returned to Somerville as a teacher
but was soon promoted to the prrncrpalshrp Here he remarned untrl 1929 at which
time he was selected to be high school principal and later supervrsrng prrncrpal of
the Manasquan Schools By thrs trme Mr Holbert had obtarned an M A from the
In 1933 he agarn moved thrs time to Belleville Hrgh School where he was
prrncrpal of the hrgh school Two years later rn 1935 he made hrs last move when
fortunately for us he came to North Arlrngton For erghteen of those thrrty nrne
years dedrcated to educatron Mr Holbert has served the crtrzens of thrs borough
loyally and skrllfully
We are happy for Mr Holbert that he comes to the end of hrs tenure full of vigor
and in good health for we know he enjoys best the actrve lrfe sprced by a frequent
game of golf Hrs army of frrends wrll be pleased to know that he does not plan to
leave us completely for he rntends to remarn lrvrng rn North Arlrngton so we can
look forward to seeing hrs easy smile and hearing hrs cheery vorce But there can
be no denyrng that something frne wrll be lost from the school system of North
Arlrngton We ve been lucky for we know frrst hand hrs kindness hrs frrendlrness
and hrs great sense of fairness
So long Mr Holbert good luck good health and God Bless You'
Class of 1953
BGARD OF EDUCATIO
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Mr Tonner, Mr Madden, Mr. Larkin, Presr
dent, Mr W R Holbert, Mr. Bayer, and Mr. Wilcox, Vice President
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"As your Class of 19533 beeonies a part
of the ever-growing alunini of North Ar-
lington High School, l give you my very
best wishes for a happy and successful fu-
ture and urge you to keep always before
you the idealsof good citizenship foster-
ed in your school and personified in your
honorary member, our beloved superint-
endent, lxlr. lflolhert, who graduates with
you into retirenientafter3S3 years of skill-
ful and devoted leadership of the youth of
"To you Ixlr. Holbert, and to you, Class
of 1953. l say, 'You have niade a good
Mrs. L. Mc Cord, Coordinator of the
Junior High School, Head of the English
Dept., has solved many of our problems
sending us along the right road once
again. Thank you. too, Mrs. Mc Cord.
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THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF I953
On the morn1ng of September Z 1947 the graduatlng classes of
W1lson Washmgton and Jefferson elementary schools assembled ln the
mus1c room of N A H S for the f1rst t1me Thms was the begmmng of
our s1x excxtlng years 1n North Arllngton H1gh Durrng those f1rst few
days the school looked b1g and confuslng but we soon got used to lt and
l1ked lt very much
Then after a wonderful summer September 1948 rolled around
We had our f1rstJun1orh1gh dance that year at whlch the g1rls taught the
boys to dance The dance was from three to f1ve but havlng had a l1tt1c
trouble w1th the phonograph the muslc ended some t1me after four
rellef Sam Col1no gave us the f1rst real sample of h1s enjoyable vo1ce
Fmally September 1949 was upon us and another summer had
ended Th1s was to be an exc1t1ng year for now we could part1c1pate IU
all h1gh school act1v1t1es On Aprxl Z0 1950 we had our flrst class dance
The S1lver Shpper Along w1th our adv1sor M1ss Mulcahy the class
worked hard for thxs dance wh1ch resulted 1n a huge success That year
the boys began to JOIN the athletxc teams wh1le the g1rls Jomed the glee
club At last we had our f1rst electlon of class offlcers 1n wh1ch Andy
Massey was elected our class presldent Once aga1n 1n the sprmg the
Annual Magazme campaugn helped our class ralse the needed money for
our treasury As always we could never seem to m1ss the days of exams
but we surv1ved and looked forward to a restful summer
Returnmg once aga1n toN A 1n 1950 we found M1ss Grant our new
small and l1vely class adv1sor At our second class dance Club '53
dlsappolntment we agaln had trouble w1th the phonograph
Passmg Room 104 the face ofmany a s1ck sophomore would appear
for we were cutt1ng up our frogs 1n blology class Also 1n th1s year Mr
Hurley our pr1nc1pal res1gned and Mr Bradford v1ce prmclpal of our
school became pr1nc1pal
Enterlng our Jun1or year we felt proud knowmg we were reachmg the
top In the early fall we had our th1rd class dance The Parade of H1ts
and went to the 1-IackensackCourt House for our ' Know Your Commun1ty
project In the spr1ng we undertook the annual Jun1or project Career
Papers On May 2.3 our very successful Jumor Sen1or Prom was held
at the Hotel Suburban 1n East Orange It was a n1ght we shall long re
F1nally the b1ggest day came September 3 1952 Bemg full fledge
Seniors we reahzed that th1s was lt It was to be our last year at N A
h1gh w1th Don Shardlow as Pres1dent of our class We the proud Sen1ors
held our last but most successful dance 1n December W1th the college
board exams over we entered a hect1c spr1ng wh1ch f1nally brought the
crown1ng of our lovely May Queen and an enjoyable class tr1p
In June we sadly enjoyed a wonderful class n1ghtw1th our parents and
teachers W1th the g1v1ng out of the OTCh1dS and the readmg of the class
w1ll prophecy and h1story We reahzedwe would mrss our Alma Mater
Then the most excltmg n1ght f1nally came June 12 1953 when we
all sa1d ' good by to our Alma Mater
In partmg we wrsh to thank M1ss Grant our adv1sor and all our
teachers and fr-1ends for four wonderful years We are now on our own
to take part m l1fe's act1v1t1es May we never forget'
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JOEL DAVID ARONSON
"Everything Happens to Me"
"Arrow"...as witty as they come...
lots oflaughs for everyone. . .star stuff
...at his best as basketballcaptain...
looks as if he's on a bachelor binge
hopes to make a good busrness
JACK MARTIN BALCER
Can t Help Stngrng
Jack a friendly guy yearbook
co editor membetofband and or
chesua reporter on Vrking Saga
staff a Sunday School teacher
smcere plans to go to college and
major in hrstory
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ARTHUR LOUIS APOSTLE
Dom What Comes Naturally
Art presrdent of the Honor So
crety well lrked on baseball
team for four years wrrtes sports
for the school paper takes a college
prep course rs plannrng to become
an electrtcal engtneer
GEORGE JACOB BEERLI
Ractng wrth the Moon
Grg one of the more studrous
members of our class shows much
abtlrty rn the Glee Club and on Vrk
mg Saga staff acttve on track team
hopes to become a chemrcal en
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ALLAN ROGER ANDERSON
It s What You Do wrth What You
Allan one of the busrest members
of our class prestdent of Student
Council co edrtor of the Vrking
Saga for two years actrve member
ofthe band an honor student sure
to be successful as a dentrst
Ltttle Man You ve Had a Busy Day
Phrl one of the smaller members
of the class a part ttme Job pre
vents htm from partrcrpattng rn any
extra currrcular actwrtres plans
to help Uncle Sam he s bound to
look good rn those bell bottom
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JOHN K BLRMAN
My Heart ls A Hobo
The boy wtth the frlcndly smrle an
a wrnnrng way dcscrlbes our J K
loves to hunt proud owner of a
hot rod expects to Jom the army
after graduatron we wlsh htm suc
BARBARA ANN CLARK
Babs a petlte blonde wlth a
gentle manner quret acrrve as a
twrrler and rn grrls sports member
of the Leaders Club a future sec
retary may she have success tn her
JOHN JOSEPH BOGDON
oh Johnny Oh Johnny
treasurer of the Student
Councrl member of the Royal Or
der of Cherokees quret but full of
fun dependable he plans to attend
college we hope he becomes a btg
MA RIE CERULLO
Mane the frrendly cheerleader
wrth the wrnnmg smrle secretary
of the Leaders Club and a member
of the Honor Socrety well lrked
Mane rs never at a loss for frrends
lots of luck as a secretary Mane
JOAN RITA BOW ERQ
Wrth A Song rn My Heart
Joanre wonderful vorcc our
poppy smrlrng cheerleader actrv
rtrcs rnclude Student Councrl Glee
Club and homeroom secretary
shcs sure to become a successful
FREDERICK G BROWN
Ir Q as armple as That
Freddre sense of humor bets
rnto tmpossrble Jams ltkes to ear
track team takes a general
course hrs ambmons are lrterary
that rs to follow rn the footsteps
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BARBARA ANN D'AMORE
"Take Me Out to the Ball Game"
Dependable and sincere is our class-
mate "Babs"...usually seen with Jo,
Sanz,Jan, Al, and Joaniemmember
of Leaders' Club and Glee Club...
excels in basketball, volleyball and
Rrde Ranger Rrde
Drck tall and husky plays a
trombone rn the band manager of
the football team has a flarr for
food we wrsh hrm luck as a forest
ranger hes sure to keep thrngs
peaceful in the Rockres
NOEL JAMES COLWELL
'There's a Rainbow Around My
"Midge"...hard to find in a crowd
can be detected by hrs hearty
laughter wrtty Audro Vrsual Ards
Club plans to own hrs own busrness
we wrsh htm all the luck rn the
RICHARD F DORBER
The Best of Everythrng
Drck always had a frrendly smrle
and a wrtty remark huntrng and
frshrng are hrs past trme actrvrtres
plans to donn a parr of navy blues
and spend some trme wrth Uncle
"For He's a Jolly Good Fellow"
"Sam"...the life of the class...good
natured...excels in sports...captain
offootball team rn senror year one
of the most outstandrng basses rn
Glee Club plans to Jorn the navy
hrs brg ambrtron rs to become
Along Came Brll
Always with a mrschrevous grrn
that sour Turt hrs future rncludes
berng Presrdent of the Dodgers
loves to krd around thrs good look
rug brrght eyed guy rs sure to come
out on top
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SHIRLEY JUNE FINCH
Arn t She Sweet
Shrrl sweet quret wrllrng to
help others lrkes the masculme
gender wants to be contented wrth
lrfe we hope she frnds happtness
rn the very near future
for four years captarn tn hrs senror
year takes a general course Buddy
plans to become an automobrle me
chantc upon graduatron Buddy
plans to work for Uncle Sam
GLADYS MAY FOSTLE
Lawdy What A Gal
Glad athletrc well lrked
Mrss Amazon President of the
Leaders Club memberof the Trr
Y and the Student Counc rl on year
book staff takes college prep course
wants to be a gym teacher
JOHN ROBERT GALLOWAY
looks quret but rs known to be a
lotdrfferent has a passron for food
stngs tn a quartet plans to Join
the U S Navy Uncle Sam can use
BETTY JEAN FRANK
Gul of My Dreams
Bet quret artrstrc tnclrnatrons
member of Vrkrng Saga Staff
hrstortan of the Trl Y rn Junror year
treasurer rn senror year takes gen
eral course and plans art as her ca
MARIE ANN FUSCHILLO
Short And Sweet
Known for her lack of herght con
tagrous smxle excells rn sports
hopes to become a professronal
swtmmer lots of success to Shorty
we know she wrll be one of the best
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"Buddy"...member ofthe track team "Jack"...a1ways ready with a joke
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Ronme mrschrevous lns a
btlrty rs an asset to our track tc rm
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lrkes anrmals always seen rn a 1,4
car plans to go rnto servrce after
Hey Good Lookm
Dave well known popular
good lookmg good athlete par
ttcipates tn football and basketball
lans to be a gym teacher hrs
outstandmg personalrty wrll help
htm go far
You Gotta Be a Football Hero
Moe wonderful personalrty
muscles galore good humor lrve
captatn of football squad Uncle
bam can use hrs help we all wrsh
Moe the best tn anythtng he
Take It Easy
Ed often accused of bemg quret
well lrked enloys sports a
fnendly smtle for all lrkes to eat
and sleep he ssure to be a success
as a skrlled carpenter we wtsh
htm the best
CONSTANCE MILDRED GRINNELL
Chew Chew Chew Chew Chew
Con wrllrng to do her part
thoughtful fulloffun trft of gab
ardent gum chewer member of
Leader s Club typrng abrlrty ln
sures her success as a typrst
Our Very Own
Beans fnendly and attracnve
frequently rnhabrts Belmar mem
ber of the Glee Club takes a com
mercralcourse plans to attend art
schoolfor the purpose of becoming
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It s a Brg Wrde Wonderful World
Reserved quret and easy gorng best
descrrbes Jan ardent huntrng fan
loves out of door sports plans to
further hrs studres rn college hrs
chosen freld rs arrcraft desrgnrng
The Old Master Parnter
Wavy harr usually smrlmg loves
pames and the farrer sex mem
ber of the football team takesa
college prep course always found
combrng hrs ha rr wrshes to become
a commercral artrst
Thou Sweet Thou Wrtty
Joy good lookrng ardent Dod
ger fan actrve rn grrls sports
sharp sense of humor ambrtron rs
to get marrred we hope she makes
a good catch and keeps hrm too
CHARLES E KELLER IR
Chuck good lookrng rndustrr
ous and dependable co edrtor of
the Chrysalrs plays the trumpet
terrrfrcally fun to know college
rs next on hrs agenda wrth hrs a
brlrty he rs sure to be a success
DOLORES GENEVIEVE JORDET
Thrs cute lrttle gal loves to skate
member of Trr Y rn senror year
takes a commercral course hopes
someday to become an offrce work
er sure to be successful rn her
Mrke always ready wrth a Joke
well lrked lrkes the grrls par
trcrpates rn sports his ambrtron rs
to be a mechanrc his abrlrty and
personalrty are sure to ard hrm rn
whatever freld he chooses
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"We Love the Sunshxne of Your
A tall slender eyeful thats our
blonde blue eyed Ann lrkes mu
src and sports effrctent secretary
ofthe Student Councrl member of
Vtklng Saga staff popular wrth
everyone plansa career rn model
IOAN MADELINE LAVAL
When You Talk It s So Insane
Choan as carefree as they come
always keeps us guessmg actrv
ittes mclude membershtp m Leaders
Club Honor Society and Vrkmg
Saga N A H S ts certatn to rmss
her pep and fnendlmess
Loves cars has a crew cut mem
ber of the football and track teams
ts taktng a general course tn
school hrs ambttton ts to grad
uate we hope he makes rt easrly
shme after a ratnstorm Shell
excels tn sports acttve member
of the Leaders Club has a flau
for mustc we hope Shell con
tmues to be a success
LORRAINE ANNE KELMER
Larrte always rushtng from one
place to another wtlllng to gtve a
helpmg hand to anyone who needs
tt her ambttron to marry a mtl
ltonalre keeps her busy tryrng tc
Ieff loves basketball takes a
college prep course ambmon rs to
own a cham of hotels and motels
hrs abrlrty ts sure to lead htm
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A tall, good-loolsing blonde...su-n- "We 're Pals"
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IOAN ANNE LYON
When You re Smrlrng
Joame cheerful good natured
actrve rn Leaders Club Honor So
crety and Glee Club good skater
plans to enter secretarral freld
Tam t What You Do
Set Shot to be remembered for
abrlrty on basketball court Class
Presrdent rn Freshman Sophomore
and Junror years member of Stu
dent Councll takmg College Prep
Course plans are uncertarn
ROBERT S MACNIVEN
Let the Rest of the World Go By
Mac tall and good lookmg
outstandmg athlete llkes a good
Joke and nrce lookrng guls sharp
dresser fnendly smrle smcere
nature good luck tn whatever you
JOAN MARIE MARGO
I Can Dream Can t I
Known by her frrends as Sadre
Gouch very attractrve cheer
leader rn Jumor and semor years
co captam rn her semor year
active ln sports hopes to become
a secretary good luck Joan
Patrence and Fortrtude
Chuck one of the qureter mem
bers of the class always wrllrng to
help others member of the Honor
Socrety and class treasurer in hrs
semor year after college hopes to
her-ome a pharmacrst
Willre well known for hrs wavy
blond hair blushes beautrfully
loves baseball no team wrthout his
excellent prtchmg vice resrdent
of the class twrce hrs am rtion rs
to be a doctor
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I ll Be So Alone Wrthout You
Lynn co edrtor of the Vrkrng
Saga secretary of the Honor socrety
and capable twrrlrng majorette
versatrle always busy has what
rt takes to be a success we re sure
she ll make a wonderful math
REGINA MARIE MULLEN
5 2 Eyes of Blue
lean cheerful fnendly peppy
member of Student Councrl and
Glee Club helped on yearbook
cheerleader one of our younger
senrors a secretanal career ts rn
ROBERT F MOORE
Booty good lookmg quret
drslrkes orals sings tn the Glee
Club member of the baseball team
hasa flarr for geometry hrs am
brtron IS to be a draftsman lots of
luck to a good fnend
Powder Your Face wrth Sunshine
Io rs a tall quxet blonde actwe
rn grrls sports member of the
Leaders Club hkes skatmg takes
a commercral course lntends to
become a secretary we all wtsh
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Mrtch sweet frrendly good
natured partlcrpatesm grrls sports
member of Glee Club for four
years takes a commercral course
cessful as a secretary
ROBERT W NEWTON
You Were Only Teasmg
Known as Fxg loves the farrer
sex ,taking a general course rn
school a member of the football
team aglee cluli man ambrtlon
rs to become a manne engrneer
lots of luck
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HOWARD F NOLAN
I Whxstle a Happy Tune
Howre wonderful personalrty
very actrve member ofthe football
and baseball teams for four years
takes college course rntends to
study law we wlsh hrm luck
JEANNETTE G POULIQUEN
Pretty as a Prcture
the semor class secretary of the
Trr Y and Class of 53 rn her
semor year honor student takes
acommercial course hopes to be
come a secretary
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JAMES S OSWALD
Why Can t You Behave
O no one can forget hrm
humor has brrghtened our acquarnt
ance with hrm pleasant smrle
partrcrpates rn many sports m
brtronrs to be a sports wrrter good
EUGENE I POPLAWSKI
They Always Call Hrm Mr Touch
school spurt excels rn all sports
captam of baseball team an as
set to our football and basketball
teams hopes to become a profes
sxonal baseball player
Charlre My Boy
Chuck another of our quret
members enyoys sports well lrked
can be seen playrng football or
baseball rn any spare txme he man
ages to frnd hrs plans for the future
Off We Go rnto the Wrld Blue
Red playsa hot trumpet mem
ber of band for 3yean takes a
tn many heated dnscumons p a
in drum and bugle cor plam to
become an aircraft mec ante
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Lrkeable Rrch tall and husky
athlenc Jovral and good natured
not afrard of anythrng comes to us
from Seton Hall has a boommg
voice lots of luck to a wonderful
! m a Shy Guy
Bob llttle and likeable dis
likes homework loves weekends
takes the general course plans to
work after school his ambition is
to be a mechanic we hope he re
allzes his ambrtion
JOHN D REESE
Am t Mrsbehavrng
Jack one of ouroutstandmg ath
letes lrkeable personallty rndul
ges rn humor extensrvely seems to
enjoy lrfe a lady krller mtends
to become a physical educatron rn
What s the Use of Worryrng
o peppy co captarn of our
cheerleaders short sweet and al
ways ready for fun actrve member
of Leaders Club plans to enter
the freld of busmess teachrng she s
sure to be a success
Genevreve Sweet Genevreve
Genme quret a drsposrtron all
her own a member of Glee Club
and volleyball team takes a com
mercralcourse Gennre rs plannrng
to become a secretary
Me and My Shadow
Santr 15 sard to have a flau for
food one of the quieter members
of the class takes a general course
plans to be a toolmaker we hope
his skrll w11l carry htm far rn hrs
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.. .-:H ' K L H
Full of Fun and Fancy Free
Sanz very athletrcally rnclmed
member ofLeaders Club for three
years and vice presrdent rn her
senror year plans to do offrce work
upon graduatron hopes to become
Wrap Up Your Troubles rn Dreams
Smitty our ever popular well
of fun active rn Glee Club takrng
acommercral course Smltty plans
a career ln the secretarral freld
HELEN CATHERINE SHULTZ
Halr of Gold Eyes of Blue
Shultzre as peppy and mrschre
vous as they come gets mto rm
possrble jams has arepertorre of
corny yokes plans for the future
aren t defrmte we re sure to mrss
You re a Brg Boy Now
Ed that tall quret fellow you
ee walkin down the hall good
classmates member of the Glee
Club takes a general course
plans to make the navy hu cancer
ROBERT SCHWEIC KHARDT
'It s a Hap-Hap-Happy Day '
"Swick taking a college prep
course plans to attend college
actrve m orchestra rn freshman
year Need insurance? It can be
obtarned from our future rnsurance
DON KEITH SHARDLOW
The Best Things In Life Are Free
Don aswell friend always voices
his oprnlon In the most pleasant
manner president of the senior class
plans ro attend co
leasant way! are cena help
im becornea wonderful minister
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ANNA MARIE oTOICOVY
Someone Lrke You
Annte lrkeable to all quret tn
her own way frrendly her chorce
of clothes show her excellent taste
warm personalrty seen wtth E1
leen plans to be a Comptometer
JOSEPH R SZCZESNY
Chunk belongs to the rrotous
102 gang hasa smrle for every
one some extras too manages
both the football and basketball
teams plans to be a mechamc rn
the Nanonal Guard
JOAN MARIE STEELE
Beauttful Brown Eyes
J best descnbed as pleasant
full of fun and lxked by everyone
participates rn grrl ssports Leaders
Club upon graduatron she plans to
become a secretary marnage ts
MARY C TRENCH
Last Mlle Home
May the Scotttsh member of the
Class of 53 actrvem the artclub
and Trt Y takes a commercial
course plans to be a secretary
we all wrsh her luck
Back rn Your Own Backyard
Scotty stratght from the old
country qutet loves soccer
lS good at rt too plans to help
Uncle Sam for a few years hrs ul
trmate goal lS to becomea me
DORIS VAN TEGLEN
Delrghtful to Know
Dot one of the more popular
glrlsrntheclass pretty well llked
plenty of school spnrtt lrkes to
draw dresses xmmaculately good
companron sparklrngsmtle plans
to become a dental assrstant
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EILEEN IEANNE LK1:RS
All the Thrngs u Are
Quret but not unheard of rs our
Vrckre mrsfhfef rn askut and
blouse actrvefrrl the Tn Y and on
the Vrkrng Saga staff wrllrng to
work for what she wants plans to
be a prrvite secretary
EDWARD von der Lll-'PE
Lrpp tallandlagky warmsmrle
member of basketball team
actrve on track team durrng sopho
more and rumor years takes a
general course uncertarn about
ROGER KING WASSERBURGER
KENNETH GEORGE WHITNY Heart and Soul
On Chapel l-lrll 'K Srmon. screntrfrcally mrnded
Ken easy gorng well lrked , i'gP0tlcr0nVrkrng Saga represent
rpemberof A quartet keeps the bass uve to Student Council honor
Section rn tune has a weakness udent ambrtron rs to a meta
food plansxto go rnto the mrmstry lurgrstx hrs knowledge o chemrstry
weire sure he 11 succeed it sure,tq make hrm successful:
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Fran short and smrlrng quret
good drsposrtron takes a general
course hrs plans for the future are
uncertarn we wrsh hrm luck rn
whatever freld he chooses
Well All Rlilht
Jack one of the taller members
of the class good natured and well
lrked hasa fondness for cars takes
a general course on hrs way to be
comrng a merchant marrne has the
makrngs of a frne man
JOHN E WILKINSON
And So It Goes
Wrlkte happy go lucky par
trcrpates rn football and basketball
enjoys huntmg hrs vorce can be
detected rn the Glee Club takes a
general course plans to jom the
ELINOR RUTH WILSON
I Got Rhythm
Ellre devtlrsh and always laugh
mg allaround friend participates
in Glee Club Student Councrl and
manysports bats off to a swell kxd
and our future atrlrne hostess
IANET H WILKE
He s My Guy
Ian s helprng hand rs always rn
demand never forgets a fnend and
her frrends can t forget her acttve
on the Vrkrng Saga staff Jan
quret fumness rs an asset to her rn
becomrng the perfect secretary
ALEX WISNIEWS KI
Handsome tall too that s Wrs
goes for basketball rn a brg way
GleeClub well lrked hopes to
Qgvi be an accountant hrs abrlrty rn IhlS
freld rs bound to help htm go far
Bev always attractrvely dressed
actrve rn Glee Club frrendly
smrle for everyone takes a college
prep course hopes to attend college
and then become a busrness wo
JOAN ROSE WALLENHAUPT
of the darly commuters to Newark
usually smrlrng takes a com
mercral course ambrtron rs to be
come a dress destgner we hope
she realrzes her ambrtron
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"We were rough and ready guys,
but,oh, how we could harmonize."
"Al" . . . his booming voice
can be heard in all the college
prep classes . . . has a flair for
photography . . . his hopes include
pharmacutical work . . .
" . . . as sweet a treat as eating
candy and cake."
"Zinky" . . . seems quiet, but
her friends know different . . . a
part-time job keeps her too busy
for many extra-curricular activ-
ities . . . her plans for the future
are to enter the business field . . .
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
SEATED: Miss F. Grant, Advisor, STANDING: Gladys Fostle, Histor-
iang Don Shardlow, Presidentg Charles Maitland, Treasurer: William
Makaus, Vice-Presidentg Jeannette Pouliquen, Secretary,
Jeannette Pouliqueng Miss Audesirk,
Advisor, Allison Smith.
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SEATEDg Mr, Nielsen,
Charles Keller, Jack
SEATED: Gladys Fostle, Doris Van Teglen,
Beverly Wilcox, Joan Lyons. STANDING:
May Trench, Joan Laval, Jean Hudson.
In dedicating this edition of the "Chrysalis'
to Mr. Holbert, we wish to thank all the
members of our staff who helped to compile
this book, a record of the 'Class of 1953.
We especially wish to thank our advisors,
Mr. Nielsen and Miss Audesirk, who assisted
us extensively. Good luck to the Class of
1954 in their efforts to produce a successful
Jack Balcer and Charles Keller
SEATED: Allan Anderson, Photography
Alec Wolper, Photography. STANDING
Arthur Apostol, Sports, Helen Morton, Sen-
iors, Marie Cerullo, Activities, Eileen Vick-
ers, Faculty, Janet Wilke, Chief Typist.
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MR. I. FLIMLIN 11-1
FIRST ROW: J. Brooks, V. Bowie, D. Bianchini, S. Bisaccia, G.Bambrick,E. Boyarsky, E. Bone, J, Broadfoot, I. Brown,
Y. D'Adamo. SECOND ROW: S. Ammiano, P. D'Agostino, R, Collins, T. Bogdon,1. Coklyat, R. Berry, M. Casella,
R. Chamberlain, Mr. J. Flimlin. THIRD ROW: K. Clark, I. Canaley, T. Cerone, K. Barnett, C. Buchanan.
JU IORS I9 4
MR. BRADFORD 11-'2
FIRST ROW: R. Giancristofaro, L. Erb, R. Jacobs, B. Distel. SECOND ROW: M, Fraiese, A. Fernandez, M. Holzer,
J. Emma, E. Fickes, A. Einsiedler, I. Grindell, B. Eicke, M. Gallo, F. Doherty, G. Hance, M. Fraley. THIRD ROW:
D. Holland, R. Hoskings, L. Elsey, S. Hauer, M. Ingalls, J. Gemmel, D. Goetchius, C. Della Volpe, F. Gosytyla, G.
Janes, Mr. Bradford. FOURTH ROW: D. Docker, J. Ferreira, I. Karasiewitz, G. Hendrickson, H. Fielitz.
.. I-sense ks I wa
MISS GENOVESE 11-3
FIRST ROW: J. Kelly, L. McCarthy, E. Pinto, S. Messer, D. Krauss, M, Mitchell, B. Perret, L. Kelly, B. Mattos, M
Klum,V. Przyborowski. SECOND ROW: Miss B. Genovese,T. Kent,C. Levin,J. Perrone, I. Luty, D. Morgan, G. Morr
C. Maurillo, W. Pasciak, R. More, R. Mitchell. THIRD ROW: R, Pearce, F. Kavesanky, T. O'Neill, J. Nelson, D
Robertson, M. MacFarlane.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President .............. Ronald Giancristafaro
Vice President . . .... . .Henry Fielitz
Secretary .... . .Diane Bianchini
Treasurer . . . . James Rowe
MR, DETELS 11-4
FIRST ROW: D. Senkowski, E. Volland, P. Shannon, B. Schinder, F. Sciortino, E. Yodlowski. SECOND ROW: J. Wer-
ner, W. Watt, K. Wurster, J. Young. J. Rose, A, Smith, Mr. J. Detels. THIRD ROW: R. Thunberg, W. Schad. J. Rowe
fix 1' f-"':".X. A
MR. FRIEDLANDER 10-1
FIRST ROW: A. Efinger, H. Georgs, R. Dreesen, E. Hakim, D. Calabrese, E. Fiore, W. Anderson, D. Canralupo. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Anderson, M. Case1la,C. Blumetti,J. Amato, P. Hosking,S. Ingber, R. Cerevo1a,A. Bromley, K. Engle-
hard, N. Ienikovsky. THIRD ROW: Mr. Friedlander, M. Grant, C. Biondi, B. Bannerman, M. Brooks, J. Hyer, J. Bian-
chini, G. Pena, C. Casatto, C. Gonis, J. Hayden. FOURTH ROW: D. Distel, R. Gaekle, R. Godfrey, R. Brummer, D
Hearle, T. Frey. S. Graczyk.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President ..... . . . . Ted Trust
Vice President . . . . Richard Trent
Secretary ..... . . Harry Zondler
Treasurer . . . . Ruth Ceravola
I 'M J
MR. G, FLIMLIN 10-2
FIRST ROW: R. McGilvery, R. Kelichner. SECOND ROW: C. Meyer, T. Lindquist, F. Mottola, P. Johnson, K. Mona-
han, E. Pardo, I. Pagnelli, M. Miller. THIRD ROW: A. Matson, B. Moore, M. Morrow, A. Kirst, E. Kane, P.Koes,E
Lenkiewicz, M. Mousaw, Mr. G. Flimlin. FOURTH ROW: R. McLaren, W. Miller, P. Lech, M. Kurtz, R. O'Lough1in
MISS TARANTINO 10-3
FIRST ROW: R, Smith, J. Sorce, R. Shapiro, R. Trent, N. Pomerantz. SECOND ROW: E. Rivas, R. Schweickhardt, J
Sygnarski, C. Steinmetz, E. Wagner, B. Paulison, A. Sciortino, J. Wright, N. Sargent. THIRD ROW: Miss Tarantino
J. Steele, L. Sandquist, V. Peterson, A. Petruzzi, W. Yodlowsky, B. Reynolds, A. Vitale, M. Poplowski, B. Schoch
J. Porter. FOURTH ROW: R. Smith, D. Poerio, H. Pedynowski, H. Zondler, F. Stecewicz, L. Romano, T. Trust, R
Skiverski, D. Sullivan.
MRS. WITHERELL 9-1
FIRST ROW: R. Fabrizio, G. Colwell, J. Bosco, J. Cammett, R. Decker, D. Feldhusen, M. Ewing. J. Calabrese. SEC-
OND ROW: J. Ga1lo,J. Ammon, D. Fernandez, M. Champignon, C. Dobson, C. Della Volpe, J. Carlton, P. Broadfoot.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Witherell,G. Fruehwald, V. Atamanchuk,E. Einseid1er,E. Bocchichio,R. Frank,N. Burr, P. Barrole,
J. Case, E. Fried, E. East, E. Bremmer, M. Brown, R. Auer, A. Amato, D. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: E. Bambrick, W.
Fickes, H. Bruzza, G. Bell, P. Fabiano, R. Feniello, R. Anderson, J. Albani.
FRESHMEN I9 6
MRS, FRIES 9-2
FIRST ROW: D. lberer, N. Hayden, C. Hammill, J. Hull, A. Lavin, C. Hutter, C. Keating, E. Gordon, V. Ingalls, E
Lamphear, C. Hahn. SECOND ROW: Mrs, Fries, R. Hartley, E. Greenberg, B. Gilmore, A. Goodwin, J. Lindholm, S
Howell, P. Godfrey, E. Gargan, D. Kientz, D. Laney. THIRD ROW: T. Haggan, R. Graczyk, R. Jacobson, O. Kisr, R
MISS LIMENFELD 9-3
FIRST ROW: N. Rittweger, N. Miller. SECOND ROW: J. Mitchell, C. McLaren, I. Matera, 1. Meikle, J. Masterron,
C. Malone, E. Nanke, S. Miller, B. Phillips, B. Myers, M. MacCabe. THIRD ROW: G. Miller, L. Pesce, G. Paffen-
dorf, J. Maltby, B. More, 1. Mercier, R. McKenna, H. Margo, M. Martins, E. Lind uist, R. O'Neill, Miss Limenfeld.
FOURTH ROW: C. Perrone, A. Mattos, E. Peacock., D. Margo, K. Powers. q
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President ...... . . .George Miller
Vice President. . . . John Calabrese
Secretary .... . . . Jane Meikle
Treasurer . . . . Doris Anderson
MR. RUCKEL 9-4
FIRST ROW: J. A. Van Orman, M. Zumach, B, Thunberg, D. Starkey, B. Tepper, P. Stecwicz, R. Sperduto, R. A.
Setterstrom, G. Yodlowski, C. Wollenhaupt, H. Wollenhaupt. SECOND ROW: R. Steele, P. Skolsky, R. Savage, P.
Slobodin, J. Skolski, M. Zook, H. Sansom, J, Sanzalone, J. Wilkinson, B. A. Whiston, H. Steele, M. Sadvary. THIRD
ROW: H. Snyder, A. Smith, R. Schaefer, S. Roman, N. Watt, C. Seeds.
MR. POTTER 8-P
FIRST ROW: P.Gausis, M.Chiccone
D. Francis B. Medaska A. Gausis L
Miragira. 'sscoun Row: M. Pascl
iak,A. Ballestero, W. Helms, R. Ha-
kim, E. More, W. Norton, J. Peri, N
Sperduto, Mr. Potter. THIRD ROW
R. Nolan, J. Peri, D. Alteir,
MR. RECCHIA 8-R
FIRST ROW: A. Anderson, R. Wal-
czuk,A. lnfante. SECOND ROW: E
Cochrane, C. Kennedy, C. Rosenberg
R. Sandquist, V, Rankin, E. Brand, J.
Hoffman, R, lvers, S. Beerli, D. Gor-
mely. THIRD ROW: D. Fraser, B
Kunst. J. Truska, B. Macy, C. Trei-
ber, D. Brown, R. Golob, A. Barr, J
Makalka, J. McClear, C. Gerry, Mr
Recchia. FOURTH ROW: I. Colino
A. Springer,A. Prigge,G. Bu11ock,E
MR. COLLINS 8-C
FIRST ROW: D. Lopes, C. Grinnell,
E. Spaven, G. Dc Meo, C. Toffey,
M. Hart, J. Hamill, R. Morgante, H.
Schinder, C. De Pace, L, Alves,
SECOND ROW: R. Groos, R. Foray,
B. Da Silva, R. Hart, R. La Motta, J.
Heck, E. Olowski, D. La Rue, R.
Olgilvie, L.Sanza1one. THIRD ROW:
R. Finch, R. Mott, R. Krasowitz, J.
Ferra, J. Murphy, R. Hendrickson,
MRS. MANNING 8-M
SITTING: J. Stewart, A. Chait.
FIRST ROW: J. Lunde, C. Babek, H.
Janulis, J, Slember, M.Fe11er, V,
Kalinsky,C. Slomowitz,H. Whitney,
A. Aronson, A. Borrelli. SECOND
ROW: G. Jordet, D. Kelso, P. Bied-
erman, F, Collura, M, Shyne, I. Land-
ers, J. Schoch, A. De Pasquale, R.
Walinski, C. Smith, Mrs. Manning,
N. Romanoff. THIRD ROW: D. Ber-
man, R. Flanagan, W. Gould, E.
Lennox, E. Gorski, E. Pickel.
MR. KAELIN 7-K
FIRST ROW: G. Bollinger, G. Dum-
mar, E. Wilson. SECOND ROW: J
Olandt, H. Way, E. Trieber, C. Gould
K. Schnieder, L. McGhee, B. Kukla
D. Isaksen, R. Martins, K. Navajov-
sky. THIRD ROW: R. Fraicsc, R.
Ammon,D. Soper, R. Reider,G. Jeck
J. Lahey, R. Lyon, W. Smedley, B
Cassak, J. Kaelin. FOURTH ROW
R. Trust, L. Blnmetti, R. Bivona, L
Canaley, M. Clark, R. Orrock, R
MRS. LUBBEN 7-L
FIRST ROW: R. Sheridan, D. Anello
C. Sygnarski, M. Purpura, D. Johnson
A. Rowe, G. Mottola, C. Sommers
A.D'Adamo, P.Juno. SECOND ROW
J, Allan, J. Hakim, J. Carracciola
E. Bianchini, A. LaRosa, R. Lough-
ridge, L, Vasto,J. Lyle, R. Helms, A,
Barnett,G.East,Mrs. Lubben. THIRD
ROW: G. Jenkins, T. Sullivan, W.
Killorn, C. Sciortino, B. Mitchell.
MISS MURRAY 7-M
FIRST ROW: L. Reichard, J. Kelly
W. Peterson, S. Densler. SECOND
ROW: S. Shannon. J. Jacobs, J. Sar
S. White, N. Raub, M. Robinson,J
Gerry, E. Scholes, B. Yam, F. Ma-
caluso, M. Stoicovy, THIRD ROW
M. Caputo, A. Smith, G. Ryan, R
Gillow, J. Howell, C. Murkofsky, G
Brown, J. Mauro, M. Pomerantz, D
Nicol, Miss Murray. FOURTH ROW
J. Simpson, A. Campisi, M. Niemas
N. Tonner, J. Cushing, J. Frazier.
MR. TULLY 7-T
FIRST ROW: S. Brown, D. Norton, R
Bruning, R. Mitchell, T. Savage, A
Weinberg, D. Braun, R. Jackson, N
Krans,B. Cacciatore,G. Zook. SEC-
OND ROW: Mr. Tully, M. Scaelercio,
D. Juno, L. Pierro, D. Pietro, W.
Dachowski, T. Kelly, G. Helms, R.
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FIRST ROW: D. Robertson, R, Hart, C. Keller, J. Kochansky, E. Poplowski, S. Colino QCapt.J, M. Hall, R. Newton, R.
Mac Niven, H. Nolan, J. Rowe. SECOND ROW: B. Diste1fMgr.J, R. Davey fMgr.J, D. Holland, J. Ferreira, H. Fielitz,
W. Scnad,J. Luty, M. Mac Farlane, G. Cook,T. Bogdon, R. Collins,W. Pasciak. THIRD ROW: J. Cammett, R. Steele,
R. Jacobson, E. Hakim, D. Calabrese, M. Kurtz, R. Gaeckle, J. Calabrese, M. Mousaw, R. Smith, J. Bosco, T. Haggan.
BRAIN AND BRAWN
FIRST ROW: J. Detels fTrainerj, T.
Potter fLine Coachj, W. Nielsen CHead
Coachj, E. Collins qAssistant Coachj.
SECOND ROW: E. Poplowski QBackfield
Captainj, S. Collno fTeam Captainj,
M. Hall QLine Captainj.
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Wisniewski, NOT IN PICTURE: D, Dorber, J. Karasiewitz.
FIRST ROW: S. Graczyk,D. Trent, E. Hakim, D. Calabrese, N. Miller, E. L
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CAPTAIN JOEL ARONSON. COACH RUCKEL
Experience and all-round ability enabled the 1952-53 North Arlington basket-
ball team to post a fine record Q14-41 for the season.
Eight seniors and three juniors made up this year's squad. Andy Massey, the
season's high scorer for the second year in a row, established a new school record
of 48 points in one game. Captain Joel Aronson, injured early in the season, didn't
play until the post season tournament. Al Wisniewski, who improved with every
game, proved to be a high scorer and rebounder. Bill Ferguson, filling in for the
ailing captain, added speed and spirit to the team. Rounding out the starting five
were Dave Hesford, a brilliant playrnaker and scorer, and George Cook. George,
the only starting junior, gave up many points to feed the big scorers. Jack Reese,
Dick Dorber, Jim Oswald, Jay Nelson, and Joe Karasiewitz completed the squad.
Twice the high scoring Vikings passed the century mark. First in the 101-81
win over Harrison and second in the 106-81 victory over Wood-Ridge, which set
the Bergen County scoring record.
The team took part in the post season Bergen County Jamboree and the State
BILL FERGUSON AL WISNIEWSKI ANDY MASSEY
NAHS ..., ........ 9 1 - Nutlcy .......... CL
NAHS .... . . 79 - Hawthorne ....... 58
NAHS .... . . 92 - Hasbrouck Heights. . 49
l NAHS .... . . 71 - Bergenfield ....... 50
NAHS .... . . 62 - Woodtlidge ....... 28
NAHS .... .... 6 2 - Nutlcy .... . . .44
, , NAHS .... .... 1 01 - Harrison ..... . . .81
,la NAHS .... . . 69 - Lyndhurst .... . . . 74
. .1 'Q' NAHS .... . . 56 - Hawthorne. . . . . . 57
' 4 NAHS .... . . 76 - Bernards ......... 54
' NAHS .... . . 79 - Clifford Scott ..... 59
NAHS .... . . 79 - Bcrgenfield ....... 70
. NAHS .... .... 1 O6 - WoodRidge. . . . . . 81
ff NAHS .... . . 65 - Lyndhurst ........ 75
' . F NAHS .... . . 69 - Scorch Plains ...... 81
Q NAIIS .... . . 80 - Scotch Plains ...... 79
3 NAHS .... . . 80 - Bernards ..... . . .44
A NAHS .... .... 8 7 - Harrison. . . . . . . 53
Total 1404 1108
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FIRST ROW: Willie Makaus, Jim Oswald, Jack Reese, Moe
Hall, Capt. Gene Poplawski, Bill Ferguson, Art Apostol.
SECOND ROW: Ron Gianchristofaro, Greg Janes, Charlie Bu-
chanon, Coach Collins.
With 10 lettermen returning, the outlook for the 1953 baseball team is
good. Coach Rip Collins expects great things from his veterans. Moe CAPTAIN
Hall should be able to take care of the catching duties, while on the .,
throwing end ot' the battery will be Art Apostol, Willie lviakaus, and -
Greg Janes. In the infield will be Jack Reese at third, Ronnie Gian- ,-
cristofaro at short stop, Bill Ferguson at second base, and big Jim . iq 4
Oswald at first base. The outfield will probably find Dick it
Dorber in right, Howie Nolan in center, with Captain Gene
Poplawski in left field.
This group has played ball together since they were
sophomores and have been brought up carefully by
Coach Collins. This will be the third year the team
will compete in the Four County Conference. As a
special treat, the boys will travel up the Hudson
to play the West Point Plebes.
FIRST ROW: I. Bog-
don, V. Romano, E.
von der Lippe, C,
Penta, R. Hart, C.
Kelichner, M. Mac-
Farland, Coach Kel-
ly, J. Werner, W.
Pasciak, A. Efinger.
With some veterans of two years' experience returning and Mr. Paul
Kelly starting his first full season as track coach, the track team ought
to have a good season.
Two lettermen have been lost through graduation, but Captains John
Bogdon, Buddy Gordon, along with Vic Romano, Ron Hart, Ed von der
Lippe, and Bob MacNiven are returning to give Coach Kelly a nucleus
around which to build.
Invitational meets during the indoor season and dual team meets in
the outdoor season provide many thrills for both team members and spec-
LEFT TO RIGHT: Co-Captain Buddy Gordon, Ronnie
Hart, Co-Captain John Bogdon, Vic Romano.
LEFT TO RIGHT Co captarns Florence Sahagran and Ioan Margo joan
Bowers Mane Cerullo Betty Ann Schrnder Pat Shannon Regrna Mullen
Our peppy cheerleaders have d1sp1ayed fme school sp1r1t and outstano
1ng enthusrasm TU supportlng and boostlng the morale of the teams
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FIRST ROWg R. Dorbcr, P. Stecewicz, A, Anderson -- President, A, Krieg -- secretary, J. Bogzdon -- 'l're.isurer, NN
Ferguson -- Vice President, C, iltitter, D, Van Teglen. AECIOND ROW: Mrs. D.ix'idson -- Advisor, LE. Penn, R. Berry, R
Tliunbcrg, C, Keller, R. Bruinnier, M. Morrow, J, Maltby, R, Jacobs, Cl. Della Volpe,
The Student Council, a representative group, coordinates student activities by al-
lowing students to share in the formation and execution of student policy . . .
SEATED: Jeanette Mitchell,Rosalic Sperduto, Mrs. Fries, Bernice Perrct, Judy Bianchini. STANDING: Dorothy Ibercr
Gladys Fostle, Helen Morton.
HO OR SOCIETY
The Honor Society creates an enthusiasm for scholarshipg stimulates a desire
to render service to the school and the community, promotes leadershipg and de-
velops character . . .
SITTING: A. Wolper, G. Bcerli, H. Morton, A. Apostol, Miss Kook. STANDING: R. Wasserburgcr, J. Pouliquen, W,
Makaus. J. Lyon, J. Wilke, A. Anderson, M. Mitchell, D. Shardlow, D. Tiedernann, J. Laval, K. Barnett, M. Cerullo,
C. Maitland, L. Kelly, F. Doherty.
The Reading Club acquaint s
its members with modern
literature of value -- that
literature which is not us-
ually discussed in school
courses . . .
FIRST ROW: I, Wilke, C. Casotto, E,
Kane, J. Balcer, A. Krieg. SECOND
ROW: N,Jenikovsky, M, Miller, C.
Gonis. THIRD ROW: H, Morton, J.
Laval, E. Vickers. FOURTH ROW: D.
Shard1ow,A. Wolper. SPONSOR: Miss
FRONT ROW, E. Vickers, B. Wilcox, E. Kane, A. Anderson, A. Apostol, H. Morton, N.Jenikovsky, A. Krieg, J. Laval,
BACK ROW: Mr. Friedlander, J. Wilkc, R. Wasserburger, A. Wolper, D. Shardlow, G. Beerli, I. Balcer, MissTarantino,
The Viking Saga trains students in journalism, makeup, and the responsibility of
meeting deadlines . . .
KNEEl.lNGg R. Schweickhardt, A. Vitale. FIRST ROW, B. Thunberg, E. Wagner, C. Gonis, P. D'Agostino, C. Casotto
P. Slobodin, M. Miller. SECOND ROW: K, Barnett, R. Trent, R. Shapiro, .I. Maltby.
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The Tri-Y creates, maintains, and extends throughout our school and community
high standards of Christian character . . .
FRONT: D. Iordet, F. Sahagian. FIRST ROW: D. Tiedcinann, M. Ingalls, A. Einsiedler, I. Pouliquen, M. Cerullo, B
Perrct, B. Frank. SECOND ROW: Miss Limcnfield, L, Elsey, N. Jcnikovsky, C. Gonis, J. Kelly, J. Wilke, A. Krieg, M
Trench, G. Fostle, G. Pena, E. Vickers, Miss Walsh. SPONSOR -- Miss Limenfeld.
Leaders' Club is composed of the girls who have been outstanding in the women's
athletics. It develops initiative and good sportsmanship . . .
FIRST ROW: M. Mitchell, G. Bambrick, B. Eicke, E. Pinto, R. Sanzalone, B. Perret, G. Fostle -- President, J. Lyons, J.
Nelson, S, Lindholm, R. Mitchell. SECOND ROW: B. Clark, J. Laval, L. Sandquist, F. Doherty, F. Sciortino, J. Steele,
I. Margo, M. Cerullo, J. Pouliquen. THIRD ROW: M. Cochrane, D. Bianchini, B. Shinder, C. Grinnell, B. D' Amore
B. Mattos, A. Kirst, E. Kane, E. Wilson. SPONSOR -- Mrs. Steffens.
B BY SITTERS CLUB
The Baby Sitters' Club was established as a community service. It trains its mem-
bers inthe fundamentals of child care . . .
FIRST ROW: C. lluttcr, C.Dubson, C, Hamill, A. Lavin, A. Bromley. SECOND ROW: J. Gallo, l. Mastcrton, l. Lind
lrolnr, l7.Stcccw1cz, l. Mcikle, ,l, Van Orrnan, E. Brernner, Miss O'Malley -- Sponsor.
Our energetic twirling team has aroused our school spirit by adding to the splendor
of our football games and pep rallies . . .
FRONT: Captain, ll, Morton. STANDING: S. Bisaccia, M. Cochrane, B. Ferret, F. Doherty, l. Grrndell, Miss Grant -
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FIRST ROW, E. Volland, H. Whitney, A. Mattos, l. Ferra, C. Murkolsky, L. Elsey, V.Przyborowsl-ci, T. O'NeiIl, A. Bar-
nett, L. Kelly -- Drum Majorette. SECOND ROW, E. Bremner, E. Fisher, P. D'Agostino, R. Godfry, G. Ryan, H. Georges
THIRD ROW: L. Albani, R. Davy, E. Fickes, J. Ferreira, R. Hosking, J. Coklyat. INSTRUCTOR, Mr. Piantidosi.
N, A,'s Band and Orchestra have, in providing music for school functions, offered
students a fundamental knowledge of music . . .
ORCH EST RA
FIRST ROWg G. Bell, B. Kukla, S. Beerli, L. Sandquist. SECOND ROWg
L. Elsey. THIRD ROW, R. Davy, L. Abani. INSTRUCTOR, Mr. Piantidosi.
Barr, H. Whitney, C. Murkofsky
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FIRST ROW: C. Gould, L, Vasto, D, Isaksen, L, Brand, V, Przyhorowski, A, Fernandez, C, Malone, D, Fernandez, J,
Slember, Miss Zinuaro, SECOND ROW: L, Miraglia, J, Werner, D, Distel, B, Fibrizio, H, Steele, M. Mitchc1l,B.Eicke,
B, Perrot, F, Doherty, THIRD ROW: E. Scholes, H, Zondler, G, Ryan, J, Coklyat, R. Hosking, A, Mattos, J, Mitchell, J.
Meikle, V.Atarnanchnvk, FOURTH ROW, M, Clark, I. Truska, A, Vitale, L, Sandqnist, D, Bianehini, L, Pesce, E, Gar-
gan, P, Godfrey, R, Frank, J, Lindholm, FIFTH ROW: P, Brown, R, Ivers, I, Gernmell, J, Bianchini, U, Rankin, F, Col-
lura, E, Cochrane, J, Makofka, R, Sandquist, D, Starkey.
The Glee Club, which has offered students the opportunity of being part of a sing-
ing group, has, in its rendition of beautiful music, given the student body and corn-
munity a great deal of enjoyment . . .
FIRST ROW, P, Stecewicz, D, Frances, C. Hahn, I, Wilkinson, V.In,qalls, B, Phillips, N, Hayden, A, De Pasquale, SEC-
OND ROW, R, Sperduto, M, Fraiese, L. McCarthy, B, Mattos, C, Hutter, J, Van Ormen, J, Ammon, B, Thunberg, C,
Dobson. THIRD ROW, J. Wright, P. Johnson, E. Freid, C, Casotto, G. Pena, P. Ilosking, D. Krauss, S. Beerli. FOURTH
ROW, R, Ceravola, V, Peterson, M, Mi1lcr,R. Sckweickhardt, F, Sciortino, R. Setterstrom, J, Carlton, P. Broadfoot, D,
Senkowski, J, Broadfoot, FIFTH ROW: I, Hayden, J. Amato, E. Tita, E, Einsiedler, N, Burr, A, Einsiedler, I. Grindell,
C, Stienmetz, B, Reynolds. SIXTH ROW: D, La Rue, A, Prigee, R, Smith, T, Pierro, G, Heck, A. Springer, G. Bell, R.
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The Library Council gives girls the opportunity of obtaining firsthand knowledge
of the operation of a library . . .
FIRST ROW: Nl, Brown, E, Einsrcdlcr. SECOND ROWg A. ljrnslcdlcr, Sponsor, kllss Walsh, C, Cassouo, D, Tlcdemann
L, Elscy. THIRD ROW: J. Kelly, R.Scl1weickl1urdL, G. Pena, R, Aucr.
The Future Teachers of America acquaint themselves with the teaching profession
and the opportunities it will offer them in later life . . .
SEATEDg Mrs,W1Il1erell, Annette Vitale, loan Hull. STANDING S. Howell, J. Hull, E, Einsiedlcr, H. Sansom, M
Harris, M, Zook, V. Ingalls.
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Through literature and visual aids, the Travel-Talk Club developed
an interest, understanding, and knowledge of the world . . .
STANDING: N. Burr, President. FIRST ROW: E. Nanke, E. Tita, P. Godfrey, R. Frank, S. Ilarnell, E. Bremner. SEC-
OND ROW: E. Einsiedler, G. Paffendorf, B. Phillips, P. Stecewiez, Miss Genovese, P. Slobodin, B. Thunberg, J. Ammon
TIIIRD ROW: C. Perrone, W. Seeds, R. O'Laughlin, O. Kist, V. Ingalls, E. Fried, P. Bartoli, V. Armunchuk.
The Technicians Club, while instructing boys in the
use of audio-visual aides equipment, has at the same time
performed a great service for our school . . .
FIRST ROW: R. Shapiro, I. Anderson, E. Peacock, H. Bruzza, O. Kist. SECOND ROW: E. Len-
kiewicz, R. Trent, G. Fruliwald, Mr. Burke, M. Ewing, E. Lindquist, R. Decker.
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OW HERE FOLLOWS A SHORT HISTORY OF
THE CLASS OF '53 N SEVEN BRIEF ACTS . . .
ACK IN I94 WEA
SPIRED . . .
FRONT ROW: D. Iordet, R. Mullen, R, Sch-
weickhardt, B. Ferguson. J. Barnett. I. Hoag-
land, J. Zondler. R. Feller, S. Finch, R.
Szczesny, C. Gordon. SECOND ROW: J,
Galloway, T, Aschoff, A, Apostol, M. Leslie,
D. O'Su1livan. I. Johnson, C. Keller, E,
Ronalder, R. MacNiven, M. Thompson, N.
Cathcart, J.Shepherd. THIRD ROW: H. No-
Ian,R. Newton.J, Oswald, A, Spook, S. No-
vick, B. Frank, B. Wilcox.A. Krieg, S. Lind-
holm. M. Cerullo, I.Wi1ke, FOURTH ROW:
Mrs. Belus, R. Hart, R. Kaderis. I. Sullivan,
V. Domansky, G. Beerli, H. Ianoski, P. Co-
coran, K. Whitney, A. Wolper, J. Watson,
W, Makaus,C. Maitland, D. Shardlow, Miss
FIRST ROW: A. Smith,E. Wilson. G. Fostle,
J, Pouliquen, I. Hudson. B. Clark, E. Kent,
H. Morton. J. Laval. C. Callen. SECOND
ROW: R, Ross, M. Van Ness. J. Margo, J.
Wilkinson, H. McKnight, A. Anderson, F.
Sahagian, I. Steele. THIRD ROW: R. Davy.
J. Stee1e,R. Mitchell. R. Riplinger, J. Aron-
son, I. Dickson. FOURTH ROW: M. Hall.
C. Dittmar, E. von der Lippe. J. Lyon, C.
Penta, E. Hess. FIFTH ROW: B. Brighthut.
E. Sjoberg, S. Colino, J. Wagner, Miss
FIRST ROW: B. Jones, R. Freese. F. Brown.
S. Cristofulli, I. Berman, C. Keller. D.
Schnepf,A. Leander. SECOND ROW: W.
Meyers. F. Sciortino, B. D'Amore, D. Maran-
non,M.Fernandez, D. Van Teglen.C. Grin-
nell, L. Kelmer,A. Stoicovy, R. Sanzalone.
D. Dimodica, T. Vigloria. THIRD ROW: J.
Wollenhaupt, J. Santianna, J. Balcer, G.
Landers, C. Fernandez, D. I-Iesford, J. Ko-
chansky,A. Wisniewski. J. Reese, G. Pryzy-
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Victor Romano, Sheila Lindholm
Margaret Cochrane, Howard Nolan,
liam Ferguson, Marie Cerullorrn
Janice Mathiesen, Sam Colino
Jeannette Pouliquen, Dick Dorber
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Thomas Bogdon, Flore, ce Sahagian
Jack Balcer Joan Laval
The Football-Basketball Team
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Rosetta Sanzalorlg Fred Brown with friends
John Kochansky, Joyce Johnson
AFTER THE UAME, DELEMBER I3. I953. IPS. WE WON 9I 621
AND WHEN IT WAS DONE,
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RIDGE SWEET SHOPPE
26 R dge R d rth Arl ngt N
Country Club Ice Cream
Blggest Sodas Sundces and Malts In Town
When You Buy For The Future
NORTH ARLINGTON MOTORS
Schuyler Avenue and Bellevllle puke
North Arlnngton New Jersey
Authonzed FORD SALES and SERVICE
L Kaufhold KE 2 4351
Corner of Hedden T race
and Rldge Road
North Arl ngton Jersey
KEorny 2 8000
PYROMETER SERVICE COMPANY
Rebus It In struments
348 Rlver Road North Arlungton N
Compu ments ot
NORTH ARLINGTON BRANCH
23 Rvdge Road
North Arlungton N J
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Fd lDe s
K Earny 2 0691
Class of I953
Country Bottled M1 I k
500 Schuyler Avenue
North Arl ngton N .I
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RUTHERFORD NATIONAL BANK MEADOW BROOK DAIRY
Fed r Reserv Sy tem
e era po it Insurance Corp.
PETER REIGER SI'lEl.l. SERVICE
Expert Lubrlcatuon Car Wash
Belleville Turnpike and Rlver Road
North Arlington N J
KEarny 2 3443
DUNN S DELICATESSEN
374 Bellevrlle puke
JOE S BARBER SHOP
9 Van Cortland Place
Arlington N J
Nobody can please everybody but we try
MILLAR S PIES
Al Zrto Prop Ke 2 9743
RELIABLE SUNOCO SERVICE
Bellevllle Turnpike 8. Devon Street
Kearny N J
SARAH W JOHNSON COUNCIL No 65
North Arl II'lQ'l'0I1
Meetmgs Frrst and Thnrd Thurs Evenrngs
Amerlcan Leglon Hall
Loyalty Love Patrzotzsm
JIMMY S SHOE SERVICE
203 Prospect Avenue
RIDGE HARDWARE CO
Housewares Paints Plumbing
Electrical 8. Garden Supplles
582 Rudge Rd No Arlmgton
334 Belleville Turnpike
North Arlington New Jersey
GALLO S MEATS
380 Belleville Pulte
North Arlungton N J
HY GRADE DELICATESSEN
Quality Cold Cuts Homemade Salads
Emil Sturclre Prop
260 Bel Ievllle Pllce North Arlungton
KEamy 2 8541
X RAY FITTING
SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY
BUSTER BROWN SHOES
43'6 Rldge Road North Arlungton N.J.
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ooms Funeral Dnrectors
24 Kea nv A enue Kearny
KEar 2 008
THE FABRIC SHOP
3 Rdge Road North Arlngton N
KEarny 29742 ASIA Wong G on
Chunese American Restaurant
mly D ners a d Ala te Served at all Hours
Luncheon Ser ed ll m 4 30 p m
D ne Ser ed 4 0 m 930 m
A Varsetes of Foods P Up to To e Home
2 Rdge Road orth Arlington N
KEarny 2 3706
BAUERLEIN S FLORIST
Wedding Flowers Funeral Designs
Wholesale ar"I Retall
va Schuyler Av enu. North Arlmgton
Good Luck Graduates
JAY ARNOLD SHOPS
Styles for DAD N LAD
Ridge Road North Arlington N
KEarny 2 44IO
Good Worlc ls Our Success
Three Hour Cleanung Servuce
We Call For and Deluver
Rndge Road North Arlmgton
A RONSON STORES
4 Rndge Road
North Arlington N J
N KE 2 2442
MICKLEY S MARKET
858 Kearny Avenue Arlmgton,
KEarny 2 9609 Free Delivery
Del lcatessen Beverages
N I26 Ridge Road North Arlington N J
KEarny 2 5987
EMERALD DRUG STORE
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380 Belleville Tpk North Arlmgton, N
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JACK CLARK DAIRY
North Arlnngton N J
Ke 2 4961
Wallace Hoffman Prop
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210 Belle llle Plke Arlington N J
Ke 2 9222
JOE S CITIES SERVICE
Repair Ser Ice Flats Flxed
590 mga Road
North Arl: gton
Ke 2 9840
287 Hugh Street
GILD N SON MFG 8. SALES
4 Seasons Anodized Alu lnum
Combunotuon Stor Wmdo s and Doors
328 Belleville Prke
KEorny 2 9527
INGALLS AUTO ELECTRIC
450 Radge Road North Arlnngton
AT GROBEL S ESSO STATION
Tune Up Carburetors
Brakes Generators Starters
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Shoes of the Better Klnd
857 Kearny Avenue
Arl ngton N J
Candues 8- Ice Cream
870 Kearny Ave
At Belleville Plke
FRISTIK 81 DEGERDON
Radio and Televlslon Servlce
K Earny 2 4369
410 River Rd N Arlmgto
JOE S BAKE SHOP
Fresh Baked Goods
Done on Premises
578 Rldge Road
North Arlington N.J.
JOSEPH S BARBER SHOP
230 Bellevulle Pike
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PAGANELLI'S DELICATESSEN ' ' '
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485 Elm Street
JOSEPH A KRIEG
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Equutable Lute Suite IOIO
Insurance Co Commerce Cour dg
Of Iowa Newark 2 N J
Tel Ke 2 9292
One of the better Drug Stores
Samuel Clott Ph G Samuel Weiss Ph G
48 Rudge Road North Arlington N J
KEarny 2 4655
JARVIS OIL COMPANY
Oll Burners FUEL Burner
Installed Serv: ce
I87 Rutherford Place
North Arlington N J
HUGHES SERVICE STATION
Gas Oll Repaurs
600 Schuyler Ave North Arlington N J
DR L G MARTIN
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BERGER S DAIRY
50 River Road North Arlmgton N J
TV 81 Radlo Tubes Tested Free
55 Ridge Road North Arlington
Everytlung For Buzldmg
RIDGE LUMBER COMPANY
241 Ridge Road North Arllngton N J
FINDLAY YOUNG 8: COMPANY
Asphalt Tlle Linoleum Rubber Trle
5 Ridge Road North Arlington N J
JUSTICE BODY WORKS
20 Rlver Road
North Arlington N J
Ke 24223 George J Gutierrez
Control Bred Parrakeets
From Talkmg Strains
607 Schuyler Avenue North Arlmgton
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ACME QUALITY FOOD MARKET
Groceries Vegetables Meats
98 Rndge Road North Arlmgton N
CI ASS of 53
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Nancy 49 an Gladys 53
PAT the TAILOR
Flrst Class Cleaning
Dyeing 8- Tallormg
Dress Well Press Well md Succeed
598 Rxdge Road North Arlsngton N .l
Ke 2 9537
Restaurant Fountain Service Snack Bar
185 River Road
PIKE ESSO SERVICE
One Stop Service
Dealers an all Kmds of New 81 Used Tires
Arlington N J
865 Kearny Ave 81 Belleville Turnpike
Ke 24556 Free Delivery
WHITE ROSE DELICATESSEN
I C and.l S Horn
384 Bellevllle Pike
SPARTAN SWEET SHOPPE
31 Ridge Road North Arlmgton N J
Ke 2 9774
Say It Wzth Flowers
Weddmg Bouquets and Floral Designs
Store md Greenhouses
521 Ridge Road North Arlmgton N J
ROGERS and TAYLOR S
Atlantic Gasoline Statlon
Bellevulle Pnke 8- Chestnut Street
16 Rdge Rod Nth Al t
TOM THE TAILOR
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Service our Specialty
Milk and Cream Products
"Dzrect from our own Creamery"
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THE WHELAN SALES AGENCY
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ANN LIEBAU STUDIO
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CL 'ISS of 1953
The Class of 1955 The Class of 1957
The Class of 1956 The Class of 1958
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Presrdent Vlce Presldent President Vsce President
ALLAN ANDERSON WILLIAM FERGUSON LOIS MIRAGLIA INGRID LANDERS
Secretary Treasurer Secretary and Treasurer
ANN KRIEG JOHN BOGDON ROBERT FORAY
Mrs Mary E Davudson
Mrs Vlvuan Fnes Mr Joh Kaelm
Smcere Good Wzshes
THE CLASS OF 1953
Class 0 1954
President Ronald Glancrlstofaro Treasurer James Rowe
Vnce President Henry Flelntz Secretary Duane Blanchlnl
NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL P T A
Presldent Mrs Alex Brown
'Ist Vice Pres Mrs Kenneth Ingalls
2nd Vlce Pres Mr Kenneth Bradford
Mrs Charles Keller
Mrs Leonard Barnett
Mrs .I W Bone
Mrs A L Davidson
NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH
los eph Tully
SCHOOL ATHLETICS BOOSTERS CLUB
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Allle and Don
George E Anderson
Louls T Apostol
John P Balcer
Betty and Joe
Mr and Ms
Mr and Ms
Mr and Mrs
M and Mrs
John J Bogdon
Juluus H Bowers
Fred L Cobb Jr
Jamce and Ted Cobb
George L Dorber
Gabriel R Fushchlllo
Louls E Gaeckle
Jack and Gladys
Joyce and Vlnme
Mr and Mrs
Charles E Keller
Alfred R W Larknn
Pete and Al
Robert S Macnlven
Horace D Newton
Jean L Poullquen
Marge and Rlchle Robertson
Mr and Mrs Joseph Rufolo
The Rev and Mrs J H Sansom
L R Shardlow
Harry S Thomson Jr
John von der Llppe
H Robert Wilcox
Carew and Carola Wlnshlp
Mr and Mrs Alexander wlSIllQWSkl
Mr and Mrs August Wollenhaupt
Mr and Mrs Wulllam Wolper
Marlon and Bull Younghans
Mr and Mrs Harry Zondler
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Harry K Sloberg
Roben F Sneddon
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Joseph B Wagner
and Mrs WiHiam Ross
Miss Emma M Audeslrlc
Mass Muna B Audeslrk
Mr Kenneth Bradford
Mrs L Cameron
Ralph S. Cobb
Mrs Rose V Colwell
Mr John Detels
Mr G Fllmlm
Mr JosephJ Fllmlin
Mrs Vlvuan C. Frles
Annette M Gee
Mlss Beatruce Genovese
Mr Charles Gordon
Miss Florence Grant
Hans Enc Gunners
Mlss Kathleen Holterhoff
Mr John Kaelrn
Bob Keller S2
Charlotte E Keller 51
Mrs Harry D Kennedy
Mlss Agnes Kldd
Mr Thomas Kudd
Mass Ethel B Kool:
Elger E Landrs
Mrs Mae Lubben
Mrs Eleanor Lyman
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Mass Anne McLardle
s Alice Zimmerman
Mrs Lottabel McCord
Mrs C. P Merquelm
Mrs Ethel Moore
Mr Robert Moore
Mlss Patncla Murray
Mrs Florence Newton
Horace D Newton S
Mr George Norberg
Miss Dorothy 0 Malley
Mrs Rose Penta
Mrs M. Petracco
Mr Armand Pnantadosl
Mr Louls Recchla
Mrs Joseph Robertella
Mr John Rubertone
Michael J Rufolo J
Mrs Katherine Russell
Mrs M Rutyna
Mrss Mary Ann Stolcovy
Miss Dons A. Tarantino
Jean L Tomastelc
Mr JosephJ Tully
Mass Nancy E Walsh
Mrs. Edmund Wlllce
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For the first time in the history of the North Arlington High School, the Vikings this year
won a State Basketball Tournament. Displaying superlative form, Coach Rucke1's boys swept
through four straight games to capture the Group I Crown.
Once before, in l95O, the Vikings won the Section I, No. Jersey, Group I Championship, but
the team lost to Roselle Park in the final game for the State Championship.
This yearin the first game of the tournament which was played in the Summit High School,
the team, sparked by the return of its injured captain, Joel Aronson, who scored 27 points, beat
a tough Glen Ridge team 81 71
Playing the second gamein the Elizabeth Armory the Vikings led this time by Al Wisniew
ski who made 22 points easily won the Section II Championship by beating Verona 66 49
The semi final game found the Vikings pitted against Closter winners of the Sectionl
Championship Once again Captain Joel Aronson swrshed 27 points through the nets to lead the
team to another easy victory '73 56
Then came the finals'
The one team standing between the Vikings and their first state championship was Riverside
High School from the banks of the Delaware River down near Camden On the sunny Saturday
afternoon of March 2l a huge enthusiastic crovsd turned out to support their favorite teams A
large delegation of North Arlington fans both students and adults made their presence felt as
the cheering grew to a crescendo of noise when the game became more heated and the out
come more doubtful
Behind by six points at the half 35 29 the Vikings knew that the second half was a now
or never proposition In the third quarter N A scored 24 points to Riverside s l4 This was itll
By this time the frenzy of excitement was almost unbearable The cheerleaders were hoarse
the spectators limp but the game continued!
Then in the final quarter the Vikings dropped in 13 points to their opponent s ll and stayed
in front tothe exciting end when the wonderful music of the buzzer shouted to the world that
the Vikings were victorious
Coming from behind to win this one the boys surely lived up to the N A athletic tradition
of Never say die
Congratulations for a Job well done!
COACH WILBUR RUCKEL
Setting a school record at
48 points in one game, lead-
ing Bergen County in scoring
with 436 points for the sea-
son, an average of 24.1 per
game, and playing fine ball
in the tournament, Andy had
quite a season for himself top-
ped off by being named ALL
His excellent rebounding
and setting up of plays for the
Vikings made Dave an invalu-
able player on this ye ar's squad.
Faking, dribbling, and driving
enabled him to draw many
fouls from the opposing players.
This was another of Dave 's many
achievements this season.
Improving with every game during
the season and playing great ball in the
tournament, "Wis" proved to be a fine
center and big scorer, dropping in 316
points in regular season play. He, too,
was named ALL STATE.
The only junior on the starting team,
George will give Coach Ruckel a fine
ballplayer around which to build a team
A tough break in the fifth
game of the season in which
Captain Joel injured his left
knee put him out for the rest
of the regular season, but Joel
came back to lead the team to
victory in the tournament, aver-
aging l9.5 points per game.
Dick was another experi-
enced senior who helped make
this year's team the strong
team that it was. His height
and aggressiveness were e-
qually important tothe team's
Filling in for injured Joel Aronson
Bill did an excellentjob Speed spirit
and team work were outstanding in
Ferg s playing
Although not a tall player by bas-
ketball standards, Jack's springy legs
enabled him to outjump many opposing
players for rebounds. Hustle and speed
Taken on after the season
had started Jim proved to be a
valuable addition to the squad
He gave the varsity needed
height and played fine, basket
ball in the tournament
Head manager for this sea-
son, Ken did a good job in a
most important position. Tak-
ing care of all the equipment
is a big responsibility and he,
along with his assistants, car-
ried this burden excellently.
THANKS A MILLION . .
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Yes, thanks a million, Mr. Todd, for your cooperation and patience.
As you know only too well, the modern yearbook puts more and more stress
on a large number of good pictures to tell its storyg but for every picture
that appears in the book there are at least two more that don't appear,
because there must necessarily be a huge pool from which the best and
most expressive pictures are selected. A good photographer like you can
do much to guarantee the success of a yearbook, but it means a great deal
of work on your part.
Patiently you have put up with our demands, for you understand our
problems in meeting ironclad deadlines, so we thank you sincerely for your
efforts both on behalf of this year's book and for the other yearbooks of
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