North Arlington High School - Chrysalis Yearbook (North Arlington, NJ)
- Class of 1954
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THE SENIOR CLASS
When we came back from our summer
vacahon Ias+ fall we me+ Na+ Arllng+on
for +he +urs+ +rme He was en+erlng +he
7+h grade several days Ia+e because of
d1f+1cul+y ln re+urnmg 'From Upper Neuras
+hema where he had been a gulde for
+ourmg school +eachers Provmg +o be a
very precocious 7+h grader Na+ had In
side of several days quickly explored +he
school 'Fmdmg some remarkable pom+s of
ln+eres+ 'I'ha+ few people no+lce Upon be
coming be++er acquam+ed wn+h us Na+
asked 1+ he could show everyone some of
'I'he dlscovernes he had made Hrs urbane
manner won our consen+ so now we would
like +o ln+roduce Na+ ArImg+on who +hus
'hme serves as our guide while we +ag
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NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL w'
NORTH ARLINGTON NEW JERSEY
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To Mrs. Mary E. Davidson, our beloved Guidance Counselor, ieacher, and
friend, lhe Graduaring Class of l954 hereby dedicaies lhis yearbook in recognilion
of lhe kind assislance and 'rhe sound advice she has always given us.
Alfer gradualing from Manchesler, Conn., High School, Mrs. Davidson Then
alfended New Brilain, Conn., Normal School. Subsequenfly she received her Bache-
lor of Science Degree from New York Universify in l929 and lalrer did graduale
work al Columbia Universiry and Trinify College.
Mrs. Davidson began reaching in 1937 in her home lown of Manchesfer. Mar-
riage io Mr. Alfred Davidson broughl her career lo a Jremporary hall: in I94O she
relurned lo leaching, This lime in our own Norlh Arlinglon where she presenfly
leaches Malhemalics and Human Relalions and is head of 'rhe Malh. Depl.
Mrs. Davidson, your friendly help and consideralion of all our needs as well
as your skill in +he classroom makes each one of us indebled lo you. I+ is our sincere
wish ihaf your luiure will be as pleasanl as you have helped 'ro make our pasl.
Besl Wishes, "Ma," and many Thanks!
CLASS OF l954
The Superintendent n
MR. HOWARD BRADFORD
Superinlendenr ol Schools M
Beard ef Erlnentien
lr is +he responsibilily of rhe Board of Educalioh, elecled by lhe cilizens of
Norlh Arlinglon, ro rnalre The policies which guide lhe operalion ol The school
syslem. The conrinued progress and innprovennenhiv our school syslem speaks well
for Those civiceminded persons who serve lhe public in lhis sonfielimes dilliculhand
lhanlcless raslc. We owe lhern all our Thanks and apprecialion.
Also lo our popular Superinrendenl, Mr. Howard Bradlord, and ro lhe Secrelary
lollhe Board of Educalion, Mr. Daniel DeGennaro, we wish 'ro express our qralifude
for Their ellorls on our behalf. -CLASS OF I954
Sealed, lefr +3 r'gl'f: Superlnrenclerl' of Schools Howard Bradferd, Presidenf cf lhe Board
Mille' Bi-acl Secreiary ha fre Board Daniel DeGennaro. Slbhdifgi Mr, Jaclc Ffnernan, Mrs. Alfna
Wasserburqcr, Mr. James OConnell, Mr. Jeremiah Canalcy.
"To The members oT The gradu-
aTing class of '54 go my besT wishes
Tor a successful and happy liTe. As
Teacher OT many oT you and principal
oi all, iT has been a unique and
happy privilege To have served you."
Joseph J. Flimlin
Loolfing aTTer The welfare of a Tamily oT nearly 700 is cerTainly no easy Taslc.
lT Talces endless planning and preparaTion To malce The wheels run smooThly. l3orTu-
naTe indeed are we To have an adminisTraTive Team, headed by Mr. Joseph Flimlin,
which works so eTTicienTly and sincerely aT This immense iob.
CLASS OF i954
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MRS. ISABEL CAPWELL
Direcfor of Guidance
We are happy we have such a sincere and
Tireless DirecTor of Guidance as Mrs. Capwell. She
is The guardian of our TuTures.
M RS. LOTTABEL McCORD
Co-ordinafor of The Junior High School
Head of The English DeparTmenT
Mrs. McCord has been a consTanT source of help
To us, befriencling us as an English Teacher when we
were freshmen and confinuing To remain inTeresTed
in our achievemenTs.
-.fe Department lleed
MISS E. AUDESIRK MR, K, BRADFORD
Business Educafion I N R Social Science
MRS M DAVIDSON MR G FLIMLIN
MR J FENCE Mn. E coLuNs
MR. J DETELS MR. H FRIED'-ANDER MR. J BURKE MR. M DQMARCO MISS L FADDEN
Mochanucal Drawmg Enghsh Meihomahcs Scueneo Scuence Junnor Hugh
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MISS E KOOK
MRS C MANNING
MISS F GRANT
MISS E LIMENFELD
MISS P MURRAY
MR J KAELIN
Mas M LUBBEN
MR W NIELSEN
MISS D OMALLEY Mn A rummoosu MR L RECCHIA , Muss A ROMANELU Mk W RUCKEL
Jumor Hugh Cgmmgrgugl Busunoss Educahon
Home Economucs Mum:
MRS M STEFFENS MRS M SWEETIN MISS D TARANTINO MR P TOBIA MR J TULLY
Physncal Educahon Mafhemahcs Englush French Shop Junlor Hugh
MRS K TULLY MISS N WALSH MISS E ZINGARO
Englush Husfory L'b"5""1" Musnc
MRS C CASEY
MRS F COBB
Affendance Offncer t
MRS D FRANK
Sec fo Mrs. Capwell
MRS I LOWRY MRS E MCMANUS MRS M SASTRE MRS A. STALB MRS K SWAIM. RN
Secrefary Sec fo Mr Flumlm Sec. fo Mr. Fhrnhn Secrefary School Nurse
LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Thunberg and Doris Tiedemann lco-
ediforsl, Kenneth Barneff lsporfs ediforl, Mr. Nielsen ladvisorl.
Bernice Perref lclassesl, Jane? Kelly lseniorsl, and Frances
Doherly lchiel fypisfl.
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Our hard-worlcing yearboolc siall compresses lhe
six-year high school record of lhe senior class info a
compacl' chronicle conraining 84 pages. This seem-
ingly impossible leaf is accomplished in a relalively
shorr period of lime.
ll is a huge, hazardous 'raslc involving lhe combined
eflorls ol: many people who are laced wilh meeling
angry deadlines wilh accuracy and imaginalion. Chief
conrribulors lo This edilion of lhe "Chrysalis" have
been Richard Thunberg, Doris Tiedeman, Janel Kelly,
Eslher Ficlces, Ken Barnell. Frances Doherly, Bernice
Perref, John Werner, Shirley l-lauer, Marilyn lngalls,
Lois Elsey, Mary Milchell, and Anna Finsiedler. ln
addiiion Miss Audesirlc and Mr. Nielson ol lhe lacully,
Mr. Todd ol Todd Sludios and Mr. Rae ol lhe Rae
Publishing Co. have all played necessary roles in lhe
publicalion of 'rhe boolc. We sincerely hope you will
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Na+ proved 'ro be a very achve 7+l1
grader ln Ociober he nohced ihai flwere
was unusual achvufy among 'lhe semors so
he followed 'l'l1em one day Lo and behold
+l1elr deshnahon was Mr Todds phofo
graphnc sfudno As Na+ slnpped m+o fhe
cap and gown a surge of prude ran
'lhrough hmm For a momenf he fel? +ha+
he 'loo was a semor buf 'Hmen he realized
ihaf has clamahc momeni' of aclnevemenl'
had noi' ve? arrnved, so he dropped ihe
borrowed robes symbolnc of success and
refurned +o his normal self. secure in flue
knowledge fha? one day he foo would be
a mighry semor.
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SAMUEL ANTHONY AMMIANO
"Leave silence fo fha Gods.
l'm only human."
A swell guy . . . musically inclined . . . G-lee Club I
and q-arfel . . . lakes a college prec course " 1 Q Q
. . . "Sam" plans fo become a draflsman . . . C
'ols of luck.
eLAnYs JOAN BAMBRICK L
"ls she so quiel' and demure?
Maybe . . . don'f be loo sure!"
Swivel, friendly . . . good-nafured . . . always
willing fo help . . . fakes a general course . . .
"Glad" plans fo become an airline hosfess.
"Rafher shorf, always neafg
Full of mischief and very sweef."
'Dee" . . . very popular member of the senior
class . . . acfive in girls' sporfs . . . presidenf
of Leaders' Club . . . secrefary of Sfudenf Council
in senior year . . . our shorfesl' cheerleader . . .
hopes fo become a successful secrefary.
SUSIE LOUISE BISACCIA
"Her raven black eyes and hair
Comb'ne fo form a wonderful pair."
"Sue" . . . known for her laclc of heighl' and
oufsfanoing walk . . . fun fo be willi . . . nice-
looking . . . flag swinger for fwo years . . . her
fine choice cf ciofhes proves she will be a suc-
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"A perfecf friend and a pal we all admire:
His characfer a blend of all we could desire."
Friendly . . , has a keen sense of humor . . .
member of Honor Sociely . , . acfive on Viking
Saga and lhe Yearbook . . . Sfudenl' Council rep-
reserlaiive . . . "Ken" hopes fo become a denlisf
. . . we wish him luck.
ROBERT JAMES BERRY
"His love for sporfs will never die.
And as a friend he's rafed high."
Tall . . . conscienfious . , . "Bev" goes for
baske-fball in a big way . . . enioys hunfing
, . . Sfudenf Council freasurer . . . likes laughfer
. , . has lhe makings of a fine engineer.
Wa'-"7MiJ'N5'! 4 N, THOMAS E. BOGDON
fl ' at "Aihlefic fame, muscular frame,
6.. 1. i' Foo+beIl game, Tom's lhe name."
. .f Popular . . . "Boogie" will be remembered as a
,ghd if - 4- ' rugged lineman . . . fakes a college prep course
f 6' M 3. . . . his ambilion is fo be an engineer . . . lofs
fix of luck lo a real friend.
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VIVIAN JEANNETTE BOWIE
"Thai she is sweel. we have no doubl:
Why she is quiet we haven'+ found our."
"Viv" . . . aclive in girls' sporls . . . lakes a
commercial course . . . quief, unassuming . . .
dislikes orals . . . plans 'ro become a denial
assisfanl . . . lois of luck fo a swell friend.
ELEANOR LEONA BOYARSKY
"No1'hing is rarer 'than lrue good na'lure."
Good-nalured . . . "El" is well liked . . . acfive
in girls' sporls . . . 'laking a commercial course
. . . plans fo be a secrelary . . . we wish her luck.
"To know her is fo like her."
Usually quief . . . lhoughllul . . . "Ev" pursues
a general course . . . enioys gym . . . plans io
go 'to college . . .
has greaf hopes of becoming
"Whal"s 1'he lhoughf if if doesn'f include a man."
"Jeanie" . . . preffy . . . blonde . . . in her fhree
years ai N. A. she has become aclive in girls'
sporfs and class dance commiffees . . . ardenf
baskeiball len . . . has a liking for Kudo . . . lofs
of luck 'ro "Jeanie" as a secrefary.
JUDITH CAROL BROWN
"l+'s early fo bed and early fo rise.
Thai makes one sick 'lil fha dey she dies."
1 2- Full of fun . . . known for ihef "half-awake" look
. . . historical novels infrigue her . . . "Judy"
has many friends . . . lakes a college prep course
. . . we wish her luck as a primary feacher. ,
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CHARLES PAUL BUCHANAN 'Xp 1: fa,
l ve otten regretted my speech
Never my sxlence
uxet has an appealmq personallty sgghkfs
baseball enthuslast trwendly smnle Q Q
wush Chase success rn hrs chosen career as a
JAMES CANALEY X
Laughung and tallung all the clay
He always has someth ng funny to say
Nice to know artlstuc Jam as been
a member of the track team for the past three
years takes a college prep course
plans to become a teacher
W' MICHAEL ROBERT CASELLA
The man who loves to laugh
Must surely do well
Good loolung fun to know hustorlan of
the sensor class member of the Student
9, Council tor two years hrs abzlnty and per
'Vx Q sonalsty are sure to make htm a bro success
HAROLD CH RISTMAN
"" Happy am l from care l am free
Why cant they all be contented luke me
Lance came to us from Roselle n es
wrestlxng handball and tencmg fruendly
actnve an class dnscussrons he plans to
be a chemical engmneer good luck
MARGARET DUFF COCHRANE
A pretty gurl wnth a baton
Always ready 'lo march on
Well luked by all attrachve Maggxe I5
achve m Leaders Club twlrler for four years
we know her abnhty an the commercual tleld
will quahfy her as a successful secretary
JOHN WILLIAM COKLYAT Q.,
Henght ns no hmdrance
l can see the upper crust too
Fnendly good natured has oral talks
reflect hrs wut always ready to laugh
en oys snnglng xn Glee Club takes a college
prep course plans to become an electrical
engmeer we are sure he wnll be successful
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ROBERT B. COLLINS
"His limbs are casl in manly mold,
For hardy sporls and conlesl bold."
Good-nalured . . . popular . . . winning smile
. . . "Collie" excels in sporls . . . ceplain of
'uric' ' loolbell learn in lris senior yeer . . . sure lo be
successful as a businessman,
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I' ' I As willy as lhey come . . . "Kudo" . . . alhlele
"Quiet sweel, and debonair.
She doesn'l seem 'ro have a care"
Pleasenl' lo 'lellc lo . . . wonderful lo know . . .
"Lonnie" has gorgeous blaclc hair . . . friendly
lo all . . . is ocllve in sporls . . . her lalenled
lingers insure her success as a lypisl . . . we
wish her lhe besl of luck.
CARMELLA DELLA VOLPE
"Willa a dance and a song,
She will live her lile long."
Never al a loss for friends . . . "Millie" will be 2
remembered for her singing . . . very aclive in
girls' sporls . . . vice-presidenl ol Leaders' Club
. . . She's sure fo be a big success as a vocalisl.
ol lhe class . . . likeable personalily . . . vice-
,Mh presidenl of lhe senior class . . . sure lo be suc-
cessful as an engineer.
RALPH MICHAEL D'ANTICO
"Ralph, a new boy in our class,
A friendly person who makes 'friends fast"
"Riff" . . . came lo us in his senior year . . .
liked al once by everyone . . . spends mosl of
his spare lime al hunling or boaling . . . lakes
a college prep course . . . we are assured of
his success as a business man.
BERNARD LOUIS DISTEI.
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gay . . . 'everybody's friend . . . plans include
ll-ie Air Force and a business career . . . weflnnow
he'll be successful.
FRANCES JOAN DOH ERTY
"She has a smile 'llwa+'s lull ol lun,
And a disposilion briqlwl as sun."
A swell friend io all . . . a very capab'e caplain .5 55X
ol live 'lwiriers . . . 'fakes pleasure in flue achieve- ji' I,
menis of olbers . . . "Fran" is a member of Honor 'lm' 'A
Sociely . , . will surely succeed as a denial
BARBARA LOUISE EICKE
"Slwe's prelly io walk wifln, willy 'fo lalk willm,
And pleasanl' lo lllink on."
Dresses immaculalely . . , has an irresisfible per-
sonalily . . . wears a conlaqious smile . . . is very
aciive in sporls , . , we know lner charm and
grace will lead "Babs" 'lo success as an air line
"Always sweer, always kind,
Always quiei' and refined." -
Looks quief, and yer- . . , a wonderful companion
.' . . "Jo" is very alhlelically inclined . . . mem-
ber of 'rhe Leaders' Club . . . fakes a commercial
course . . . we know slwe will make some lucky
executive a wonderful privale secrefary,
i ie Luuwie sas
"A fellow wifh pleasant ways.
Willegsgfsuccessful all his days."
A swell pal . . . avid "ham" radio fan . . . liked
by all . . . "Lud" lakes an inieresl in ofliers . . ,
plane io aflend college and become an elecfrical
engineer with his knowled e of a cerfain '4l
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Ford. we knew he will succeed.
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ANNA M. EINSIEDLER
"She looks like an angel and acls like one, foo,
Bul you never can fell wha? an angel will do."
Very aclive member of many clubs . . . Honor
Socieiy . . . swell friend . . . "Ann" lakes a
general course and plans lo become an Enqlislw
Teacher . . , we know slne will be a success.
LOIS KATHRYN ELSEY
"Work lascinales me:
l could sir and look af ir lor hours."
Friendly . . .sense of lwumor . . . member of band
and orclnesfra , . . library council . . . Tri-Y
Treasurer . . . "Lo" is raking a college prep
course . . . plans lo become an occupafional
llmerapisl . . . we wish liar luck in llie luiure.
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ESTHER LEE FICKES
To draw lo skelch fc paanf
ls my delaghf
uae+ arl slacally anclaned fakes a college
prep course member of band on year
book sfafl Es plans lo become a nurse
we know she wall succeed
True moral as lake a raver
The deeper 1+ as lhe less noase at makes
Hank quaef lakes sporls personalaly
warh muscles lr endly and popular presa
denl' of Honor Socaely an senaor year a fer
college plans fo be an enqaneer we wash
PHYLLIS ANN FABIANO
Charrnang lavely and pefafe
Af lhe paano she cawf be beaf
a sancere dependable has a
flaar for nace clothes capable lwarler
very achve an school aflaars her good looks
wll aad her an a career as a model
JOAQUIN FERREI RA
Men of few words are fhe besf men
Reserved quaer and easy goang member of
'lhe bard and ihe foolball learn we wash
ac cess n fufure ,I rs as an
Frrendly and sancere are her ways
One of ihe quaefer members of fhe class
Mare as acfave an g rls sports member of
the Leaders Club actave on dance commaHees
dp. we wash her success as a fypasl'
as mam smoaua eALa.o
Shes preify 'ro look ai pleesonf lo hear
And very ansparang when leadang a cheer
Full of unendanq pep Maria as aovaal and
good nafured always 'ralkang very acfave
an Cheerleadang garls sporls and Leaders Club
we know she wall make a wonderful home
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"Jusl a pal, lcind and lrue,
A loyal classmale 'rhrough and through."
"Janie" . . . well-liked by all . . . a good friend
lo have around . , . very aclive in all girls' sporls
. . . member of Leaders' Club and G-lee Club
. , . Senior Class Secrefary . . . Janie's ambilion
is lo be an accounlanf.
"By dillerenl' melhods diflerenl men excel.
Buf he's lhe one who does all lhings well."
One of The smaller members ol our class . . .
quick smile, popular wilh everyone . . . "Cris"
is caplain and "shor+" slop on 'the baseball leam
. . . four years as class presidenl' . . . sure lo
be a successful cerlilied public accounlanf.
JEANNE DARLENE GRINDELL
"Sugar and spice and everyfhing nice:
Thafs what fhis girl is made ol."
"Jeanne" . . . cule . . . known 'for her fasfe in
clolhes . . . flag swinger . . . member ol Tri-Y
. . . avid gum chewer . . . plans fo furlher her
educalion in college . . . lots of luck.
GLORIA SWEET HANCE
"Noi quiel, nof loud, noi' shorl. not fall,
Bul' a swell combinalion ol lhem all."
Lois of school spiril . . . lrequenlly inhabils
Eddie's . . . has a yen for lots ol fun . . . acfive
on girls' volleyball, solfball and baskelball leam
. . . lols of luck fo "Glo" as a secrelary.
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"l-ler very lrowns are fairer far,
Than smiles ol other maidens are."
Our lair-haired beauly . . . a Sludenl' Council
allernale in her freshman year . . . aclive in girls'
sporls . . . 'lakes a general course . . . "Ge+ch"
plans lo become a secrelary . . . we wish her
FRANK GOSZTYLA. JR.
"Good sporl, good friend, good-na'fured."
Well-lilced . , . a smile 'lor all . . . has a flair
lor malcing people laugh . . . "Whimpy" ialmes a
college prep course . . . his main desires are lo
become' a certified public accounlanf and lo see
'the Dodgers win a world series.
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11 . 5 dl "She has rhythm in her teet.
- ' ,Q ' And music in her soul."
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I Friendly . . . attractive . . . dependable . . .
,-1, talces part in May Dey . . . member ot Tri-Y
F , - and band . . . loves 'Food and money . . . her
C winning way is an asset . . . her ambition is to
5 3.1 , be a dancer.
it , "Mildest manners adorn the gentlest hearts."
Fun to know is our musically inclined George . . .
l president of Radio Club . . . plans a hitch with
1 the Navy . . . afterwards to become an electronics
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DAVID D. HOLLAND Q ,I
"Actor, adventurer, all rolled in one, ' A
And a swell personality second to none." 1 5 , I'
"Mucho bassou . , . wears a tritz . . . popular Q' A i
and friendly . . . "Dave" enioys a good iolce W
. . . active in Student Council and on the football L Q
team . . . we wish him success as a contractor. ff l
ROBERT HosKlNe 5. w-.W
"Never serious, never a frown, V
Nothing in life can get him down." , A
Friendly and sincere . . . "Bob's" main interest Ee, l X
is the drums . . . member of dance band . . . 'U 5 17 ,
sings too . . . his future plans include the Air - I i fy
Force . . . he hopes to become a draltsman . Y - :Ai
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1 ' "A maiden of stature tall,
A iovial friend among us all."
Good-natured . . . always smiling and witty . . .
musically minded . . . "Lynn" talces a college prep
course . . . plans to become a lady in white
. . . not a nurse, but a doctor.
RONALD EDWARD JACOBS
"Time for laughter. time tor fun,
But never leaves his work undone."
A swell personality will take our "Jake" tar f . .
friendly sense ot humor . . . president of Student
Council . . . takes a college prep course . . .
intends to enter the professional tield as a first-
GREGORY HENRY JANES
Facing lite without a care."
Not a worry in the world and everybody's friend
is "Otie" . . . his arm is an asset to the baseball
team . . . sense of humor . . . plans to attend
college and then own e business.
JOSEPH E. KARASIEWICZ. JR.
"A tall body leaves room tor a big heart."
"Joe K" . . . the quiet type . . . known for his
basketball prowess . . . has a weakness tor
Jaguars, stock cars, and pro-basketball . . . sure
to come out on top in whatever he does.
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"The fairest garden in her looks,
And in her mind the wisest books."
"Lo" . . . likeable . . . pretty . . . active as a
twirler tor two years . . . our attractive drum
maiorette . . .smember ot Honor Society and
Glee Club . . . her ability to do things well
qualities "Lo" as an efficient airline stewardess.
THEODORE A. KENT
"He's tull of mischief and of fun.
A fellow liked by everyone." '
"Ted" . . . one of the smaller but livelier mem-
bers ot the class . . . a hustler on the baseball
'diamond . . . active in the Student Council . . .
with his winning ways he is sure to be a successful
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FRANK KAVESANKY, JR.
"One of the boys, and one of the best."
"Sanky" , . , quiet and unassuming . . . likeable
. . . ardent Dodger tan . . . takes a college pre
course . . , we wish him luck as a photographer
JANET MILLAR KELLY
"She has found the road ot' ambition,
Which leads to the road ot success."
Known as the Hcendyebar kid" . . . capable . .
sincere . . . active in glee club . . . Tri-Y chaplain
. . . member of yearbook statt . . . we're sure
"Scotty" will become a successful research tech
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Fond of dress fonder of dresses"
Chuclco The Sefurdey nighl flash . . . al-
ways good lor a laugh a hf with ihe girls
Glee Club men plans 'ro eifend college
he is sure 'lo be a successful businessman.
Jus? fhe righf combinafion of all 'thai' is fine."
Well lilced always ready wifh a willy remark 1
Mac loves 'ro clown around capable
fraclc caplain ioolball vice president of
Sfudeni Council w wish him luck as a
" ROBERT A. KOPET
fi A Q, "Women are my trouble,
' fu- But frouble is my middle name."
f - ft, i 5 g Secaucus imporl . . . popular. especially with
' M J fhe girls . . . fond of baslreiball and lhe "Knicks"
' . . . "Bob" hopes lo aflend Annapolis . . . he
! is sure fo be a success in whafever field he
DOROTHY ANN KRAUSS
"li"s nice fo be naiural.
. lf you're naturally nice."
' "Dolly" . . . one of our quief classmafes . . .
member of Viking Saga for fwo years . . . dis-
likes oral English . . . plans fo enfer the clerical
field . . . we all wish her luck.
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JANICE MARIE MATHIESEN
"A pretty girl wifh flashing eye.
And smiling lips fha? never sigh." I
Nice fo know . . . swell personality . . . "Jen"
'fakes e general course . . . acfive in girls' sporfs
. . . member of dance commiflees . . . plans fo
become an in+erior decorator.
"She's ihe wisesf of the fair,
And 'lhe fairesf of fhe wise."
"Nilde" . . . wonderful girl . . . lofs of fun . . .
liked by everyone . . . aclive in girls' sporfs. a
member of various clubs including Honor Socieiy
. . . "Nilde's" abilify and personaliry will ceriainly
aid in her career as a secrefary.
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MARY MARGARET MITCHELL
"Some+imes serious. more oflen gay.
Charming and sweel in every way."
"Mitch" . . . secrefary of The Leaders' Club and
Honor Sociely . . . aciive in sporls . . . pleasanl
smile . . . friendly . . . iniends 'lo enier ihe sec-
relarial field . . . we wish her The besl.
ROBERT G. MORE
"A smile is conslanl' in his eyes.
Bofh boys and girls his friendship prize."
Willy . . . friendly . arfisfic . . . ialces a gen-
eral course.. . . Sfudenr Council alfernale . . .
played baslcelball in his freshman and sophomore
years . a member of The class dance commiifees
. . . arf commiliee for May Day . . . plans lo
become a Commercial arlisi,
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WALTER LEWIS PASCIAK. JR.
"Some fhink fha world was made for fun and frolic.
And so do l."
"Skippy" . . . loves ialopies . . . 'ovial and mis-
chievous . . . member of fhe frack 'team . .
fakes a general course . . . affer "Uncle Sam"
plans 'io become a skilled draffsman.
BERNlCE CLA!RE PERRET
.UA pleasure lo know and a ioy fo behold."
Niece" . . . personalily plus . . . showed her
school spirii' by lwirling and cheering . . . presi-
denf of Tri-Y . . . well-liked . . . acfive in many
clubs . . . she will cerlainly make a wonderful
JAY NORMAN NELSON
"This very afhlelic boy we find,
Excels in sporls of any kind."
"Nei" . . . hanosome blonde . . . an assel lo
football and baskefball feams . . . easy-going
. . . likeable personelify . . . ambilion fo become
a successful engineer . . . we hope il is realized.
i THOMAS O'NEILL
"l am happiesl
When farfhesf from my pen and book."
"Tom" . . . faking a general course . . . would
like 'lo be a phofographer . . . aclive in marching
band . . . member of Audio-Visual Aids Club
. . . we know he will succeed.
"There are some silenl people who are
More inieresling fhan fha best lalkers."
Oflen accused of being quiei' . . . John is well-
iked . . . 'lakes a general course . . . likes Eng-
lish . . . his plans For lhe fufure include being
a machinisl' . . . we wish him success.
"Good things come in small packages.
Bu? so does nilro-glycerinef'
Shorf . . . cule . . . wiffy . . . a member of 'rhe
Leaders' Club in her junior ancl senior years . . .
acfive in girls' sporfs . . . "Em" 'lakes a com-
mercial course , . . we're sure she'li excel as a
elziors 1954 A
VIRGINIA MAY PRZYBO ROWSKI
Youve pleasanl ways abou? you
The lund ihal' wrs a friend
Qunef frnendlrness all her own achve an grrls
sporfs drslrlres homework and early classes
marrrage ns Gmnxes ambuhon
For hum fha world would hold no goys
If rn uf fhera were only boys
Mnschrevous an oufslandmg alhlele
Slrclrer lrlres a good yoke and mce lookmg
rs mambo lung frrendly smnle
after college plans fo become a gym ieacher
WILLIAM R SCHAD
A lnrlle mrschnef full of Fun
Cerfamly lrked by everyone
1 good loolung wonderful personalnfy
wlnnmg smule brurssng end an Foo?
a plans vnclude college we wrsh hmm
success as a drafisman
BETTY ANN SCHINDER
Dazzlmg eyes a pep fhafs rare
And a smxle 'Phafs charmrng beyond compare
Cheerful Bef excels an all gxrls sporfs
our very peppy cheerleader member of
Leaders Club we know she will be a bug
success as an assrsranf accounfanf
JOH N EDWARD ROSE
A swell and quref lad ns he
Always remembered wrll he be
Mrld mannered and qunel Jac lakes a
general course plans fo be a dralfsrnan
would llce io breed horses known for
has wnnnnng smlle we wash hum well
JAMES KENNETH ROWE
A wonderful guy +rue of hearf
Wu? ham well really hale fo arf
Porky well lcnown popular good.
loolung foofball player for fhree years
Sfudenf Councnl represenfahve and Sennor Class
Treasurer much success lo hum as an engineer
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"She is iolly and carefree.
As ihough life were a pleasanf game."
Cheerful and friendly . . . "Fran" is Ireasurer of
Leaders' Club . . . faking a general course . . .
loads of fun . . . we know she will realize her
ambifion fo become e medical essisfanl.
DOROTHY HELEN SENKOWSKI
"Good looks are a greaf recommendafion,
ln fhe business of mankind."
"Dol" . . . short . . . laughs easily . . . can be
seen rushing fo work in the offernoon . . . loyal
member of the Vagebonds . . . has parficipafed
in girls' sporfs and Glee Club . . . sure fo be
a success in her chosen field-a secrefary.
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ELAINE MADELINE SERVIDIO
"Sweef voice, sweef ways,
Always a sweef smile."
Cufe . . . friendly . . . nice fo fall: Io . . .
"Laine" is faking a general course . . . she plans
fo go 'ro -business school and become a secrefary
. . . we wish her success.
"Blond hair. blue eyes.
And a golden disposilionf'
Our very affraclive cheerleader . . . always ready
Mff6r fun . . . lakes parl' in girls' sporls . . . plans
fo enfer secrefarial school we wish "Pal"
Iols of luck in her chosen fieldb
ARTHUR JOHN SMITH
"A Iiiile nonsense now and Ihen,
I ls relished by fhe besl' of men."
Even-'rempered . . . a good sporl' . . . always
'. willing fo help . . . "Tex" fakes a college prep
Q K course . . . member of 'rrack feam . . . foreign
languages are his "meal" . . . we know he will
I succeed as an ambassador.
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I "A fellow wiih a smile.
ls a fellow worfhwhilef'
I Peppy . . . sincere . . . known for his successes
on the Iraclc feam . . . "Vic" is a ialopy en-
lhusiasf . . . fakes a college prep course . . .
he is sure fo be a successful mechanic.
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RICHARD THUNBERG ' " 5
"A friendly. sincere fellow, 'li A W
Full of arnbilion and abililyf' 5, e,- is
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Ambirious . . . our very capable Chrysalis Co- ,, r
edifor . . . aclive in Sludenl Council and Honor , 5, - 'V' . ,
Sociefy . . . "Torcl1y" is one of our mosl' ouf- F
slanding sludenls . . . we wish him luck in his i
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ooms E. TIEDEMANN 1'
"A swell girl wilh a sleady mind: "A 'af
A better friend is hard 'lo find." '
Tallcalive . . . has sparkling eyes . . . loves 'ro N
debale . . . "Doris" enioys club worlc . . . vice- 2
presidenf of Tri-Y . . . co-eclifor of Chrysalis
. . . Honor Sociefy . . . we know she will become X
a wonderful nurse. f fx
KARL PETER WURSTER
"The kind of 'Fellow
Who will always have friends."
"Sherry" . . . easy-going . . . wonderful sense
of humor . . . lraclc manager as a iunior . . .
'lakes college prep course . . . well-lrnown for
his hcl' rod . . . we wish him well as a mechanical
EDNA YODLOWSKl QW"
"Wills a song in her hearl,
And a smile on her face."
"Ed" . . . sophislicaled . . . well-known lo all
. . . dependable in helping prepare school dances
. . . added color 'lo 'lhem wiih her singing .
parlicipales on girls' volleyball l'eam..,."Ed" is
sure +o be a successful dicfaphone operalor.
ELEANOR L. VOLLAND
"Willa sparkling eyes and charming smile:
She goes on making life wor'rhwhile."
Pleasanl . . . 'Friendly . . . aclive member of our
band . . . plays lhe piano . . . parlicipales in
girls' sporls . . . we are sure "Elly's" personalily
will aid her in allaining a posilion as a privale
"To worry lirlle. lo hurry less.
ls his idea of happiness." -
Quiel' and induslrious describes "Jack" . . . mem-
ber of lhe Vilcing Saga slaff . . . in Glee Club
and on 'lhe lraclc leam . . . plans, io furfher his
educalion and become a wriler . . . we wish
WINIFREDE ANNE YODLOWSKI CHARLES A MAURILLO
Youll luke her wh n you msel her Worry lei' rl' run cwey
And fhen youll luke her more Lave lsfe and lava 11' gay
Wmme popular Full of fun peppy Carefree dreamer mnsch evous us our
achve un all gxrls sporls Leaders Club Chaso wanis fo work 'foward becommg
member In her sensor year we wnsh much a mrllronavre hope he succeeds an whalever
luck fo Wmme n ll her fufure endeavors he may choose fo do
E Illll CLASS UFFICERS
LEFT TO RIGHT J Gemmel Secrefary J Rowe Treasurer G Cook lVnce presndenf Mrs
M Davadson lSemor Class Advusor R Grancrlsfofaro Presudenl M Casella lHns1or1an
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You The class of l954 These words
spoken by The Then vnce prnnclpal Mr BradTord
Qlgmhed as we e Tered NorTh ArlnngTon Hgh
School Tor The TTrsT Tlme someThnng Tar oTT nn The
remoTe TuTure BuT over The years bofh has words
and our own N P have become almosT a parT
of U5 maghmg a chmax In Thus our long awa1Ted
senuor year and culmlnahng an graduahon Who
among us w II exer To geT The IaughTer The occa
slonal Tears The p de and The learnnng our Alma
MaTer has guven To us7
IT all sTarTed TP SeoTember oT I948 on oroenTa
Tron day when we meT our homeroom Teachers and
began The T1rsT oT ma y lourneys Through The now
Tr endlv Then Torebodlng halls
ln our new envnronmenT we Tound The TnrsT year
one OT surprlse and en oymenT For nnsTance one
aTTernoon a Iunnorhgh dance was held n whnch
The boys pmcked numbers To sngnnfy whnch gurls They
would volunTarnly escorT Those were The days
when we looked up To The bug senxors everyone
gh school was a semor To us Then and
even Imagine The day when we would be
places LaTer The class enloyed Ts TrsT
exams shop home ec and aThleTncs We
we surpnsed and pleased The Tollowmg
ID The h
In T enr
class below us' We TelT very supernor snnce we were
now exploring algebra geomeTry oral Englnsh and
oTher ToTally new subyecTs AnoTher sTar was added
To our record as we complled a one hundred per
cenT parTncnpaTuon un The magazane campaugn Tor
whuch we had an :ce cream parTy and a Trap To The
Lnncoln TheaTer on school Txme oT course
Upon enTerlng our Treshmen year sn l95O
were glad To be able aT lasT To parTncupaTe In all
school acTavaTles Our Treshman TooTball Team wll
be remembered along wnTh The Tnme Bob Collnns
scored all The pomTs an a game agaunsT The Lynd
hursT Treshmen a game whnch we won by a wade
margun Among our newly Tound acT1v:Tnes was The
elecTuon oT class oTTvcers Ronnie Grancr1sToTaro
was elecTed TnrsT class presaoenT and oTher oTTwcers
Included Mary MuTchell vnce presudenT Henry
Fa llTz secreTary and Manlyn Ingalls Treasurer
There began To be some meannng To The words
class oT 54 as everyone worked TogeTher To
make a success oT our TursT class dance The Ornen
Tal FanTasy IT was ar Thls dance ThaT our energeTnc
counselor Mrs Cleaver gave her ve sron oT The
Then came our sophomore year and wnTh T
came geomeTry bnology and loTs oT hard work
We also had our share oT Tun such as The biology
Trap To The Bronx Zoo where some oT The boys de
crded To go Tor a swam n The lake Then There
were always Mr Joseph Flnmlnns classes enrnched
by hrs wnTTy remarks and gokes Among hns words oT
wvsdom was The sTaTemenT when commenhng on
baldness ThaT no grass grows on a busy Thorough
Tare On The aThleTuc side our class had The largesT
represenTaTnon oT any on The very Tme Vakung TooT
a Team oT I9::I The class dance Souree n
Pans was held and soon anoTher evenTTul year
had passed We were a sTep nearer our goal
Our lunuor year was one whnch wlll be long re
membered Tor such Thnngs as career papers long
and someTumes he1Ted dlscussnons an Mss Geno
vese hlsTory classes and a number oT oTher scho
lasTnc endeavors AThleTlcally a noT Too successTul
TooTball season was more Than compensaTed Tor
by our T4rsT sTaTe champuonshup baskeTball Team on
whuch our aThleT:c classmaTe George Cook
sTarred The Tumor year nemesus career papers
Then held ouT aTTenTnon Tor a whsle The annual Ro
Tary Club dinner was held aT The ClnTThouse w Th
a number oT The Iuneor class presenT ATTer The
Iudgnng OT The varuous enTrues Those subm1TTed by
Bob More and Vlvuan Bowfe were gnven TnrsT place
OTher awards wenT To Marnlyn Fraley LoreTTa
Kelly JaneT Kelly Shurley Hauer Malcolm Mac
Farlane Karl WursTer James Rowe Ken BarneTT
and Mschael Casella Soon came The arrival oT our
class rungs our class dance OuTslde of Heaven
and Then The bug nghT oT our T1rsT gunsor sensor
prom held aT The HoTel Suburban nn EasT Orange
on May 8 Only one sTep more remanned Tll we
would reach our goal
In SepTember we enTered our senior year IT was
Then ThaT we began To realnze whaT our Alma
MaTer meanT To us Tor soon we would be sep
araTed Trom her The very pace of Tlme seemed
To nncrease as The TooTball season quxckly came and
wenT Among our class celebruhes were Bob Coll ns
George Cook and Mal MacFarlane as capTa1ns oT
Thenr respechve aThleTuc Teams Ron GlancrnsToTaro
as class presndenT Tor hs TourTh sTralghT year and
as baseball capTann and Ron Jacobs who had
been elecTed sTudenT councul presndenT by The en
Our Tunal class dance The Colonnal Ball was
held nn February our lovely May ueen Daane
Bnanchnnu was chosen and Tnme raced by unTul
class nrghT Then abrupTly :T almosT sTopped Here
we realized ThaT we were now aT The accomplnsh
menT oT someTh1ng whuch Thus Tar has Taken The
greaTer parT oT our lnves A hechc pernod Tol
lowed which culmunaTed rn our long awauTed grad
uaT1on lT as someThnng whnch could never have
been aTTafned wfThouT The help oT our paTuenT
undersTandfng parer'Ts and our somehmes crrhcal
buT rewardnng Teachers To Them and To our
hard worklng counselor Mrs Davndson go our
s1nceresT Thanks They made our Task much easner
Our graduahon n1ghT was a n:ghT whrch we knew
was The accomplushmenT oT our purpose yeT whnch
was also much more To us We have soughT and
ganned our rewards You The class OT T954
has become someThrng real and lrvrng someTh1ng
whnch we shall always remember
Class moTTo Ad AsTras per Aspera
To The sTars Through d1TTnculTues
Class colors Green and whuTe
Class flower Orchnd
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The mosl' dashearlenung pari of Nals school life
was waichlng 'lhe senlors as lhey gracefully and
confldenfly moved abou? 'lhe school How fall ihey
we e! How well groomed! And how well dresse
Yes and how small poor Nal was he fhoughl' He d
have 'lo warl' an efernrly +o be a glorious semor.
However one facl' escaped our frnend Na+. ascent
ns fhe ma.n fhnll of lnfe Neverlheless he had one
sahsfachon' None of +he seniors had ever been
+o Upper Neurasihema Excepl for 'lhus poor Na+
mnghl' have had a had mfenonfy complex
U IIIII ...Blass M1955
MR. De MARCO - ll-3
FIRST ROW, Ief+ To righfz J. Sorce. D. SuIIivan. SECOND L. Sandquisf, A. VIIaIe, L. Walins-Id, E. Wagner. B. ScI1ocI'1
ROW: A. Sciorfinoq B. Sfuarf, C. Sfeinmeh, F. Sfecewicz, L. Romano, E. Wnuck. FOURTH ROW: R. Sweh, R
M. Poplowski, N. Sargent R. Schweickhcrdf. R. Skiverski. Smiih, T. Trust R. Smifh, R. Trenf. J. Rusfia.
THIRD ROW: Mr. M. De Marco, H. ZondIer. J. Sfeele.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Presidenf ...... ....... T ED TRUST
Vice Presidenr ...... ........ P AT KOES
Secrefary ..... ...... R UTH CERAVOLA
Treasurer ..... ..,,,.,. F RANCES STECEWICZ
MR. COLLINS - 8-C
FIRST ROW, lei? lo riqlwfz A. La
Rosa, R. Maslondrea, B. Mifclwell
A. Wfeinberg, T. Kelly, W. Daclwow
ski. SECOND ROW: R. Jackson, R
Helms, J. Lyle, D. Pierro, T. Savage
G. Helms. THIRD ROW: D. JunO.
L. Pierro, C. Paganelli, M. Scalercio.
MRS. MANNING - 8-M
FIRST ROW, leT+ Io right W. Kil-
larn, R. Reider. SECOND ROW:S.
Densler, M. Capufo, A, Campisi, M.
Niemas, J. Sar, F. Macaluso, D.
Nicol, S. Shannon, J. Jacobs, H.
Way. THIRD ROW: G. Sinnolf, L.
Reiclward, M. A. Sfoicovy, J. Simp-
son, J. Frazier, B. Yam, N. Raub, N.
Tonner, B. Kukla. C. Murkofsky. E.
Sclwoles. FOURTH ROW: D. Soper,
J. Olandf, G. Bollinger, B. Cassok,
G. Jeck, J. Mauro, G. Ryan.
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MR. POTTER - 8-P
FIRST ROW, lelf Io riglmlz R. Lyons,
J. Kelly. SECOND ROW: D. Isak-
sen, C. Sommers, D. Anello, L. Mc-
Gee, L. Canaley, R. M. Bivona, M.
Purpura. THIRD ROW: R. Orrock,
E. Wilson, M. Robinson, E. Treiber,
G. Mollola, K. Schneider, R. Lough-
ridge, R. Wilson. FOURTH ROW:
J. Hakim, R. Gillow, R. Marlins, D.
Braun, L. Blumelfi, A. Smiflw, P.Jund.
MR. RECCHIA - 8-R
FIRST ROW, lell fo riglwf: A. Bar-
nelf, 6. Jenkins. SECOND ROW:
6. East D. Johnson. C. Sygnarski,
A. Sclwmiff, V. Zukeuskus, G. Zoolc.
A. D'Adamo, B. Smedley. THIRD
ROW: J. Francello, R. Fraise, R.
Mifchell, L. Vaslo, C. Gould, R. Bru-
ning, N. Kraus, R. Trusf. R. Sheridan,
G. Biancliini. FOURTH ROW: T.
Sullivan, J. Howell, J. Allen, G.
Brown, J. Carriciola, K. Novaiovsky,
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MISS MURRAY - 7-M
FIRST ROW, lelf Io rlqlwlz M. VII-
lano, P. Francello. SECOND ROW:
A. Lambescder, N. Jolwnsfon, L.
Sclwoclw, B. Van Buren, A, Brummer,
C. Clweslerman, M. Arbacln, D. Flerne
Inq. R, Alexander. THIRD ROW: R.
Reynolds, E. Kapuslninslcl, P. Barnelf,
A, Blsaccla, C. Kopecki, D. Grlfilh,
D, Jaynes, F. Cervola, G. Sono, J.
Kelly. FOURTH ROW: T. Wnuclc,
D. Barker, P. Kelly, G. Forsyflw, R.
Reese. A. Szura, A. Welslxapl, P.
Reiger, A, Gonis.
MR. TULLY -- 7-T
FIRST ROW, Ieff fo riglwf: R. More
J. Kelmef. SECOND ROW: R. mmf
B. Inlanfe. D. Paulfson, C. Fernan
dez. M. Gamey, M. Pierro, E. Fer-
nandez. THIRD ROW: G. Bush, R
Ellnger, J. Reeves. J. Glasgow, P
Faiella, R. Dell. FOURTH ROW: H
Jenkins, S. Isenburg, C. Beniemin, R
Jenlkovsky, W. Braun, J. Sullivan.
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IIIIIIIIITH GRADE 1959
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MR. KAELIN - 7-K
FIRST ROW, lol? Io riglulz B.WhoI-
en, K. Tonnor, D. Kano. SECOND
ROW: R. Karglnno, I. Moreno, P.
Fqqenlwolfer, J. Solder, J. Dopolmca,
G. Mollole, M. Levin, R. Fagan, R.
Flellfz. THIRD ROW: R. Barila,
F. Robb, T. Turner, D, Vencble, J.
Maison, J. MacDonald, B. Twlbill,
J, Smlflm, J. Psrlver, L. Slwerneley, J.
Scluenkel, B. Flslmr, B. Moore.
FOURTH ROW: J. Planl, J. Kenny,
P. Nelson, F. Salqado. R. Hurlf, W.
MRS. LUBBEN - 7-L
FIRST ROW, loft Io riqlwf: E. Perl,
T. Cymbor, F. Feller, T. Wilson.
SFCOND ROW: H. Brown, M, Karsf,
N. Bianclninl, L. Sax, P. Foresla. G.
Bauer, C. Norfon, F. Savage, F. Van
Wagner, THIRD ROW: J. Enrico,
C. Ficlwfcr, J. Kozak. G. Van Fylc,
D, Dolwlnqer, C. Wlnilfall, L. Meri-
nucclo, A. Shzinmelz, W. Nenlwo.
FOURTH ROW: L. Caracclola, C,
Sclorfino, R. Sarqenf, D.MccllwaIn,
P. Hdielflnger, R. Brooks.
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Being a very ambilious person,
Na+ Tried oul lor some of lhe
leams. He had glorious visions of
himself making a 'rouchdown or
scoring a winning baslcel. Alas, his
chief occupalion became lhal' of
wafer boy. Alfhough Na+ didn'+
enioy lhis, he remained uncone
quered. Failhful lo lhe code of a
real aihlele and holding his head
high, he dreamed of The day
when he would be a Varsify Vi-
lcing and wear The blue and while
uniform of his Alma Maier.
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T ROW lefT To riqhT H F lTz an M. MacFarlane, B. Schad, G. Cook, D. Lahey,
e D OW R m h E Halc m J. CarnmeTT, R. Nolan, B. DiSilva, J. RusTia,
o n a e co THIRD ROW: R. O'Neill, R. STeele.. J. HarTley.
B. Collins, B. Gaeckle, T. Bogdon, E. Wnuck,
The TooTball season oi l953 was noT one of excellence
nor success. AlThough The season was winless, The boys
showed plenTy oT sounlc and always had a good spiriT, re-
gardless oT circurnsTances. There always has To be a losing
Team, and perhaps The I953 ediTion oT The Vikings was iT,
buT The good NA s'JorTsmanship always prevailed.
Many men oT The l952 squad were losT by gradua-
Tion. Wifh The only Trained guarTerbaclc gone, Jay Nelson
had To sTarT Trom scraTch. A new line had To be Tormed
and Trained. ThroughouT The season inexperience was an
The Vilcings sTarTed 'The season wiTh a 6-6 Tie againsT
Wood-Ridge which scored TirsT, buT capTain Bob Collins
came back wiTh a score on a plunge Trorn The Two-yard line.
Malcolm MacFarlane lcepT NA Trom being shuT ouT
George Cool: converges on a Ed Hakim abouT To be
ST. Mary's baclr. Taclrled.
FIRST ROW, Ieff Io righfz B. Schad, J. Ro e D Ro er so T d n Felrz G oo
M. MacFarlane. SECOND ROW J Ne-'son Coins D I-Ioia
by Glen Ridge by carching a 'rouchdown pass wirh rninufes
Iefl in Ihe game.
A srrong Melruchen Ieam came Io NA for Ihe Ihird
game, which ended in a scoreless lie.
Then Ihe Vikings Iravelled Io Scorch Plains where
Bill Sched scored Iwo of Ihe fhree N.A. Iouchdowns-one
on a 43-yard pass play. The game ended wilh a I9 Io
SI. Marys, Bogola, Hawlhorne, and Bergenfield
spelled four srraighl defeafs so 'rhaf Ihe season ended
wifh a 5 Iosf, 3 Tied record.
This year II seniors will be Iosr by graduafion, Iwo
bacldield men and The resr Iinernen. Nexl year Ihe Ieam
may again be hampered by a loss of players, and inex-
perience will be a lcey Iacror. To coin a phrase once
Ireguenfly guofed in Brooklyn, "Wan 'Til nexl year!
JUNIOR HIGH TEAM
FIRST ROW, Ieff Io righfz J. Glasgow, G. Jenleirs, G F sy e
J. Kenny, J. Kelly, R. Loughrldge, J. Hakim, H. Jenkins. SECOI
ROW: J. Mauro, R. Eiinger, H. Way, R. Lyon, J. Olancll, we
R. More. THIRD ROW: S. Densler, R. Hurlf, P. Nefson I. Pe
L. Reichard, R. Jackson, M. Scalcrcio, A. Smifh, A. Barneli
Joh Ca abrese
Bob Brummer an a gump ball
Cepfam George Cook
Dan C Iabrese
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FIRST ROW: D. Sullivan, R. Kopef, G. Cook, R. Brummer, R. Berry. SECOND ROW: G. Jordef
lMgr.l, D. Calabrese, J. Calabrese, B. Schad, A. Maison, A. Maffos, E. Hakim, Coach Ruckel.
Capfained by senior George Cook, Ihe I953-54
sfarfing feam was composed of 'rhree juniors: Bob
Brummer af cenfer, Ed I-lakim af forward, and
Danny Calabrese af guard, and one sophomore:
Johnny Calabrese. Lafer in The season, Arr Maf-
son became a regular sfarfer. To assisf fhese
boys were seniors Bill Schad, Bob Berry, and Bob
Kopef, iunior Dave Sullivan, and sophomores Al
Malfos and Ken Powers.
This year The squad ufilized a new kind of
defense, a man-To-man zone defense. ln fhe be-
ginning of fhe season Coach Wilbur Ruckel fried
various offensive arrangemenfs io see which would
be besr for his inexperienced feam. Then wirh
several games under fheir belfs, fhe Vikings wenf
on fo beaf some very sfrong foes.
Sfarfing ouf fhe season wifh a loss fo Nufley,
if appeared fhai fhe Narls rnighf have a poor
record, buf soon fhe vicfories began +o pile up
so fhaf The season ended wifh a befler record
fhan lasf year's feam. Some of fhe 'reams fhaf
were defeafed were Scofch Plains, I-lawfhorne,
Bergen Tech., Glen Ridge, and Wood Ridge.
I-lowever, N. A. dropped fwo To Nufley, and fhen
losf Io Clifford Scofr in fhe middle of fhe season.
On February 22, The Vikings faced a very sfrong
Englewood squad in a preliminary game of fhe
Oscar F. Thompson Memorial Baskefball Jamboree,
buf losf fhe game in overfime 55-51. Thus fhe
Vikings were eliminafed from fhe Jamboree.
Then, fhree weeks lafer, fhe Vikings sfarfed fhe
N. J. S. l. A. A. Sfafe Championship games wifh an
easy win over Nefcong I-Iigh by an overwhelming
score of 90-48. By winning The Nefcong game, 'rhe
Narls gained fhe Group I, Secfion 2 fifle: how-
ever, fhe going was fougher in fhe nexf game
as N.A. fell fo a sfrong Park Ridge feam 69-60
in a close, excifing game in fhe sfafe semi-finals.
Final sfafisfics of The regular season showed
fhaf fhe Vikings chalked up a fofal of I,I24 poinfs,
while fheir opponenfs scored only 882. This gave
fhe Narls a game average of 62.44, while The
opponenfs had a 49.0 game average. High man
for fhe year was Brummer wifh 345 poinfs for
l9.l6 average. Nexf came: I-lakim wifh 226 poinfs
for an average of I2.55 poinfsf John Calabrese
wifh I70 poinfs: Cook had I57 poinfsg Mafson
wifh an even I00: and Dan Calabrese wirh 48
markers. In foul shofs, N.A. made 248 ouf of
446 for a 55.65 percenfage. The opponenfs made
48.7l percenf by making 282 ouf of 579 fried. The
Junior Varsify, which did nof do excepfionally
well fhis year, scored 830 poinfs +o 'Iheir oppo-
FIRST ROW: J. Harringfon, R. Feniello, K. Powers, R. Sfeele, R. Savage. SECOND ROW:
A. Smilh, R. Hakim, R. Kuhluss, Coach Recchia.
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Kelly. FIRST -ga rg- me ..,.,s
ROW: M. Mac- I .. I
Farlane, R. Gae-
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T. Frey. SEC-
OND ROW: A.
R. Jacobs, D. 'j I .5 - Q-
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berg. J. Mallby, ' '
D. Kelso, G.Jor- y
def. B A C K, .
sisfanf C o a ch
Tully, K. Barnelf ' 1
In 'rhe running evenfs were:
IOO yard dash-Ouldoor Capiain MacFarlane, Trusf and Piclcel
220-MacFarlane, Trusf, and Piclcel
440-Jacobs and Ivlallby I
880-Wnuclc and Sommers
mile-Sommers and I-Iar'r
The mile relay leam saw Jacobs, Iviallby, Sommers, Wnuclc, and MacFarlane
as Imey runners.
Conlenders in 'Ihe field evenls were: I-lenry Fielilz and Bolo Gvaeclcle in lhe
sho? pull Larry Romano in Ihe iavelinz MacFarlane in Ihe discus: Ivlallby ai Ihe
high iump: Truslr and MacFarlane in The broad iump, and AI Efinger in The
Also parlicipaiing in lhe various evenfs were Donald Kelso, Jim Canaley,
Jimmy Source, Ted Frey, Ronnie Trust Gil Jordel, and Allan Springer.
Vic Sommers and Ed Wnuclc
lead The pack.
Henry Fielifz winds up -
in fha discus fhrow. All Efinger polewaulfs over The bar af fhe Nufley dual meef.
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Afler gaining second place in The Four Counly
Conference in I953 The Vllcing baseball squad.
again under lhe capable coaching of Rip" Col-
lins, enlered 'rhis league once rnore.
Only five lellerrnen relurned 'this year. They
were Ronnie Giancrislofaro, lhe caplain, al shorl-
slop, Ted Kenl al second base, Greg Janes and
Bob Brunnmer, Two very capable pilchers, and
, ' ,fl Danny Calabrese in The ouflield. Newly seen on
nr elf! A li ' ' ru H B ri
3-mite! ' .X 3 +e playing ie were enry ruzza as calc er,
N. Greg Janes Johnny fCalafbrese al 'rhirld base, and Rail Oswald,
h-I iam: 56,10 blaze one a lrans er rom Be-llevile l-ligh Schoo, al hrsl
X down llle mlddle' base. Olrher oulfield osifions were filled b
QI M rv Y
ly- Charles Buchanan, Milce Kurlz, Dave Sullivan, and
The learns in lhe league Thar were played were
Clifford Scoll, Roselle Parlc, Roselle, l-larrison, and
Cranford. There were also games againsl Caldwell
i Ted Ken?
Y 'J SNGFQS
"" .J A Y a high flyer.
XY L I FIRST ROW: Coach Colifns, T. Keri, G. Janes, R. Giancrisloiaro lCapfainl M Casella C Buc an
an, M, Mousaw. SECOND ROW: H. Bruzza, M. Kurfz, S. Cvraczyk, D. Calabrese. Feniello, T l-laggan
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Diane B'5ncHr1r m'sses a S
Bernie Ferre? is Pe c c er a
Mrs. Sfeffens We umprre
T e g rls an Hue gym classes are dedta ed o rhe flask of learfw 'wg new skll
an The var ous T es of sporfs. The re-self of H1 s 'haf ea h q rl has become adep-
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LEFT STDE OF "VM: Camme Deva Vc'pe, M545 ONTO
fCa::'afnj Berkce Peffet Berllde Mafos, Chfsfne Gcnis.
RTGHT STDE OF "V 1 Diare BIahchInI, Nancy Jemkcvsky,
Pai' Shannon, Kathryn EnqeThard, Be-Hy Ann Schnder.
CENTER: Miss A. Romanelli ISponsorl.
FIRST ROW: Bernice Per-
ref, Kafhryn Fnqdhard,
BQWJQ Mavcs, Boffy Ann
Schhdw Ch"s'4ne Gonls.
SECOND ROW: Diane
B'anch'fI, Carn?Uo Delfa
Vcfpe, Maria Gafku lcap-
falnj, Nancy Jenlkoysky,
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Soon aller slarling, Na+
had The same dillicully 'rhar
many olher 7Th graders
have: he gol losf. Wander-
ing Through various rooms.
he found in each some new
and marvelous lhing. His
grearesl delighl was a
sguished-up frombone lcnown
in +he elile circles as a
French horn, buf he also
saw sheels of music, old uni-
forms, parls ol radios, boolcs
galore, microphones. movie
proieclors, cameras, pup-
pels, gavels, balons, and
old school newspapers.
Surely all ol lhis myslerious
eguipmenr was somelhing
exlra lo which he could loolc
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nedy. SECOND ROW: J. Case, A. Barr, J. Sa
zalone, Miss F. GranT lSponsorl.
FIRST ROW, leff To righT: A. ViTale, F. Doha-rTy,
Wagner, K. Enqelhaid, C. CasoTTo. R. Cerevo.
T ROW, leTT To rIqhT: C. Babelc, M. Zook
reas.l, A. ViTale lPres.l, B. Macy lSec.l. C. Ken-
L. Kelly, B. Mafia, ssconn Row. R. eaekie, oi
Tiedemann, M. MiTcl'ell lSec.l, K. BarneTT lVice
Pres.l, R. Thunberg lTreas.l, H. FieliTz lPres.l, A
Ein ' '
siedler, E. Kane, J. Nelson, Miss E. Koon lSponi
The F. T. A. concerns
iTselT wiTh The develop-
menT oT The characlrer oT
Those sTudenTs inTeresTed
in Teaching as a career
so ThaT They may gain
physical viTaliTy, menTal
vigor, moral discrimina-
Tion, wholesome person-
aliTies, helpfulness, knowl-
edge, and leadership.
H0 0R 0ClE'l'Y
The Honor SocieTy promoTes The developmenT and
recogniTion oT leadership, scholarship, and characTer. ITs
yearly inducTion ceremony is eagerly awaiTed by The
sTudenT body. This orga,nizaTion, a member oT The Na-
Tional l-lonor SocieTy, helps boTh The school and com-
muniTy Through iTs many proiecTs oT service.
LEADER ' CL B
PrornoTing leadership Through
fhe inTramural program oT The
Physical EclucaTion DeparTmenT
is The goal oT This organiza-
Tion. This group arranges Tor
boTh social and aThleTic pro-
grams 'wiThin The school and
oarTicipaTes in playdays wiTh
oTher schools. -
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The Tri-Hi-Y dernonsTraTes much enThusiasm in iTs
supporT oT various chariTies and school acTiviTies. The
members oT This club promoTe high sTanclards oT Chris'
Tian characTer ThroughouT The home, school, and com-
muniTy. This organizaTion is devoTecl To service, but all
The members Tincl The program so inTeresTing ThaT They
do noT mind The worlc involved.
OUTSIDE Top To boTTom: C
CcscTTo, J. Emma, M. Miller, R
Ceravolo, R. Schweickhardh J. Gem-
me.i, . c e ec. , . -
Adamo, M. Cochrane M. Fraiese
. E gelhard, R. Spe duTo E. '-
or 'no Trees. , N. Jenilzovsk
ea Volpe V'ce res. P. '-
o. . i . . ' Pres.
DE ' Top To boT om:
e e, E. Kane, C. Jaco n
oes, L. an uis, A. irs,
i e, . a os, . c. er y
Sc inder, J. Gallo, M. Ga. . L.
CarThy C. Della Volpe, J. Bianchinj
STTTTNG, leTT To righT: E. TiTa, E. Nanlne, A. KirsT.
OW' A Ersed' r C rr Sec L Els
FIRST R . . i. i Q l o . . ey
lTreas.l. J. Kevy lCl'ap'a'nl, B. PcrreT lPres,l, D.
Tiedomann lVlce Presl, N. Jerfkovsky lT'l'sTo-rfanl.
ngals lRcc. Seal. SECOND ROW: M ss E.
Limenfeld lSp:nsorl. J, Gr'ride'l, B. E"s7e:i'er, L.
Wallnsli, E. Larohcar, V. 'rgalls S, Mdler. C. STe'n-
meTz, M. Miller, J. l-Tyer, A, ViTale, C. Goss, R.
Schweiclchardt Miss N. Walsh lSoonsorl.
The girls in This club assisl The
librarian during The afler-school
circulalion period. Through lhis
worlc They gain valuable experi-
ence which proves +o be mosl
helpful in bolh college and busi-
LIDE HUL UL B
This club is composed of lhose sludenls who
plan lo lurlher lheir knowledge ol malhemalics
and wish lo become familiar wilh fhe use of 'rhe
slide rule. Al The presenl lime, This organizalion
is composed almosl enlirely of seniors.
FlRST ROW, lell lo righl: M. MacFarlane, .
FIRST ROW, lelf fo r'gh'r: C. Babelc, B. Baran lVice
Rres.l. C. Casolfo lPres.l, R. Schweiclrhardl' lScc.
and Treas.l. SECOND ROW: R. lvers, J. Schoch,
J. Mahofha, Miss N. Walsh lSponsorl, D. Tiede-
mann, R. Auer, D. Krauss, L. Elsey.
L Erb R
Berry, D. Tiedemann, J. Ke'ly. M. lngalls, K. Barnel
Thunberg. SECOND ROW: K. Wursler, R. Collhs G
Cook, G. Janes, J. Nelson, J. Colclyal, C. Lev"1, T. Bo
D. Morgan, RJ Jacobscr, Mrs. M. Sweefin lSponsorl 51
FIRST ROW, lefl 'ro
riglwfz M. Fralese, B.
Malfos, W, Yodlowsld,
L. Kelly. SECOND
ROW: D. Bianclvini, B,
Porrel, F, Dolworfy, B.
Elclce, M, Ingalls.
Tl-llRD ROW: L. MC-
Ccrllwy, J. Kelly, J.
Maflwlesen, E. Volland,
D. Goefclulus, Y. D'-
Adamo, V. Przyborcw-
Tre efwlerlam fwq music of llms orga lza lon qracrfs our Clwrlslmab qracluallon,
a d absembly programs Tlve sofwg sele TIODS preserlecl by llwe Glee Club are a
Our original lwirlers
and flag swingers have
weallwered many frying cir-
Cumsrances, lou? always
came oul on lop. Alllwouqlw
llmey never received due
praise lor llieir lward worlq,
'lney marclned willi energy
and enslwusiafm. NVe liope
We iwirleri ol flwe lolure
will carry on llneir sorfl and
SlTTlNG: Susie Bisaccia, Jeanne
Grindell. STANDlNG: Frances
Dolwerly lPres.l, Pliyllis Falciano,
Our band Tlwrouqlw ifs fine
sclwool spiril has added much
color lo various assemblies and
social lunclions. The music of
Our band was apprecialed and
enjoyed by all.
'RST PCVJ, 'en lo f'gL?: M. l'gaf': E Lf fcz E
Vi EN: F. XvAvl""Cy', C, Murlof:-',f J. Syeflel. D. Tlelsi
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TQJFUF RCYJ: G. Ryan, A. EIU?" fa, Rolzfd, R. Ffrf
J, Caracoola, R. Hoslcing. 53
FIRST ROW, 'eTT To righT: S. lngber, J. STeele,
M:f'e lPres.l C. STe1rfneTz lSec.l, N. Sargen
'IEETI G CLUB
This club, an aTTiliaTe
oT The Junior Town MeeT-
ing League, is inTeresTed
in discussing currenT aT-
Tairs, To allow a number
oT individuals To oTTer
Their poinTs oT view on a
selecTed Topic, To search
ouT all The TacTs, and To
Tace all issues TruThTully.
SECOND ROW: L, Sandquisf, E. Fiore, N. Pom-
e'anTz, E. Rises. A. Sc'orTino lTreas.l, Miss
Genovese lSponsorl, J. Bianchini.
READI G CLUB
This organizaTion has a limiTed buT lively member-
ship. MeeTings oT The Reading Club are held once a
monTh aT which Time reading,maTerial is reviewed and
The background oT The selecTio'i is presenTed and dis-
cussed. This enables The members To geT a beTTer under-
sTanding of The liTerary value oT iTs selecTions, and also
Teaches Them To geT The mosT enioymenT ouT oT whaT
FIRST ROW, leTT To righT: A. Einsiedler, A. Vi+ale
lSec.l, L. Kelly lPres.l, E. Kane lVice Pres.l, D.
Tiedemann. SECOND ROW: Mrs. K. Tully lSpon'-
sorl, C. CasoTTo, M. Miller, K. Engelhard, C. Gonis,
A news organ, "The
Viking Saga," confains a
recenf and accurafe re-
porf of Ihe news around
Ihe schooI. This is one
organizafion of whigh we
are very fond, for if aI-
ways brings Io Ihe a+I'en-
Irion of The sfudenfs new
and inIeresIing Topics.
A. Vi'raIe IThircI Page EdiIorI, D. Trenf, E. Ka
R. Shapiro ICo-EcIiIors-in,ChieII, K. BarneII s+an
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in'gI ISporIs EdiforI, C. Casdfo ISecond Page
SITTING, Ieif Io riqhi: P. Sfecewicz, A. Barr,
Kennedy. FIRST ROW: C. Treiber, M. GaIIo,
Wahnski, E. Wagner, C. Gonis, N. Jenikovsky, B
Thunberq, E, Larnphear, M. Zook. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. I-I. FriedIartder ISponsorI, J. Werner, J. MaIIby,
R. McGiIvery, R. Skwerski, E. Lenkicwicz, P. Bieder
man, A. Chaif, R. Groos, R. Thunberq, Miss D
THE IIIKI II AGA
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FlRST ROW, lei? io riqhi: Mrs. Davidson lAdvisorl, C. sorl. SECOND ROW: E. Fisher, U. Rankin, R. Sperduio
Hcfier, M. MacFarlane lVice Presl, R. Jacobs lPres.l, J. Lunde, N. Burr, D. Sullivan, N. Pomeraniz, J. Rowe
D. Bianchhi lSec.l, R. Berry lTreas.l, Mrs. V. Fries lSpon- F. Hakim, K. Barneii, J. Malfby.
"l'UDEN'l' CUUNCIL REPRE ENTATIVE
This group oi seleciecl people, worlcinq for ihe welfare of The eniire school,
is one oi our mos? vigorous and worthwhile orqanizaiions. Among iis yearly aciiviiies
are ihe sale oi S. A. A. iiclceis, The magazine campaign, and rhe May Day iesiiviiies.
STUDENT COUNCIL ALTERNATES
FlRST ROW, lefi fo riglr+: Mrs. M. Davidson lAclvisorl, E. P. Siecewicz, J. Miichell, C. Hahn, B. Macy, H. Janulis, A
Whack, L. Erb, R. Thunberq, M. Casella, R. Brurnmer, Mrs. Anderson, L. Sanzalone.
Fries lAdvisorl. SECOND ROW: C. Dobson, P. Koes,
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D. DaL"'ge' F Cow. - 3 f'a5:w:C'1 P. E3'n9i'. SECONJD
RCVV: B, Vie -1" J. TQV1"'w Q. 5"'-3. L. C3r3:cA:'J, J.
H-'Y'sn'Q5 Q. U." V. EjQD7'LLf:U' M. Qavfey, J. Vv1JL53'w,
K. Tcvei L. Sher 3,', Mfg. J. Beta lSj::r1s3rl.
EIGHTH GRADE 'CIENCE CLUB
THS orgawlzaion plavs field Trlps and de-vo+es
Mel? 'o We futher sfedy of sclenie. Dwlng The
neee"'gs of fhis club, the cavwe-ra fa sfudied and
Ps cpe-raffof efpidwed. This erab'e5 members fo
fale bewurer and clearer picfures.
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The Gourmel Club plans well-
balnncerl meals 'roi be servecl al
lhe Caleleria. The members also
learn proper serving and ealinq
meihocls, and, in general, all
lhinqs which are necessary lo a
STANDING, lelf lo riqhl: J. De Palma,
Miss L. Fadden lSponsorl, D. lsalcsen.
LEFT SlDE OF TABLE: A. Brummer, B.
Van Buren, S. Parker, l. Marino, P. Eg-
qenholer, C. Sommers. RIGHT SlDE
OF TABLE: B. Whalen lSec,l, M. Ar-
bach lVice Pres.l, D. Kane.
JH. HIGH CHO0L
TUBE 'll CHUNCIL
The Junior High School Siu-
denl Council is an organizalion
composed ol a represenlalive and
allernale from each of The eiqhl
Junior High homerooms. The
Council plays an aclive parl in
lhe sale ol S.A.A. carcls, lhe an-
nual magazine compaign, and lhe
Uniled Appeals Drive. ll also
promoles social aclivilies in lhe
FlRST ROW, lei? lo righi: B. lnlanle,
A. Campisi lPres.l, Mr. Kaelin lSpon-
sorl, P. Kelly lVice Pres.l, C. Sommers
lSec.l, B. Whalen. SECOND ROW:
S, Densler, Gi. Moilola, R. Helms, J.
Lyle, C. Sciorlino, W. Nanlce, R. Milch-
ell, R. Alexander, T. Sullivan, M. Pom-
JH. HIGH CHHHL
The Junior High School Drama
Club develops lhe characler and
personalily of ils members. ll
plans programs for 'rhe Junior
High assemblies, and ils worlc is
enioyed immensely by bolh slu-
clenls and facully.
FlRST ROW, lefl' lo righf: C. Sommers,
M. Capufo lSec. and Treas.l, F. Maca-
luso, E. Treiber lVice Pres.l, J. Jacobs.
S, Shannon, M. Sfoicovy. SECOND
ROW: H. Way lPres.l, N. Tonner. J.
Frazier. M. Clark, J. Simpson, M. lsals-
sen, N. Raub. B. Yam, A. Campisi, G.
Ryan, Mrs. C. Manning lSponsorl.
THIRD ROW: J. Mauro, L. Reichard.
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Betty Ann Schinder, Eleanor Volland.
Marilyn Fraley, Vivian Bowie.
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Dorothy Senlcowski, X ' '
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Shirley Messer, Mary Ann Fraiese.
Jean Broadfoof, Jane Gemmell
Jeanne Grindell, Benilde Maffos
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Y 'ig '- f - ' Ooyxs SPOX V i . JI , of i954 for fOUf years -- i950 i951 9
.L ,, X00 Many C Xunchfi 6, 'il' . L K 1954
:'5'Z1H.pw...... --ss " "
Miss Zingoro lending 'he
Put Shcnnon's machine lust am'f working
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One day NaT snuk nnTo Room
209 and succeeded an enTermg
our Top secreT yearbook Tnles As
he looked TThe confudenhal ma
Ternal Tor The book he wondered
how :T was paid Tor Drd we pluck
money ouT oT The anr'7 Or grow
IT77 ThaT aTTernoon whale he was
buylng hrs dally pickle nn hrs Tav
oruTe dellcaTessen he heard one
oT The senlors say To The owner
ThaTs Trne One halT a page aT
S24 OO Thankyou
Wondernng whaT Thes Trans
acTnon was ThaT had escaped hrs
eagle eye NaT asked The senlor
e l l Tell you chum :Ts
prnvnlege of The sensors To publush
The Chrysalls Thus cosTs a T
OT money Tar more Than you can
lmagnne Where does Thus amounT
come Trom7 Adverhsung T
course Our Trnends help us each
year by buying These ads W1Th
ouT Them we would have no year
book NaT was pleasanTly sur
prlsed upon hearing Thus com
merclal To know ThaT The Town
supporTed :Ts sTudenTs l-le wnshed
Though ThaT some oT The people
Upper NeurasThenua would
come down To earTh and Tollow
The example oT NorTh Arl1ngTon
ADVERT! I ll
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Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. E. Bambriclc
Mr. and Mrs.
Bob and Barbara
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Michael J. Casella
Charlie and Gladys
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Colclyal
Davidson Agency, Inc.
A. Della Volpe
Joseph V. Doherly
Fmmel C. Eiclce
Ludwig C. Erb
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Finsiedler
Mr. and Mrs T. Elsey
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Flerman Georgs, Jr,
. W. Hance
Miss Edirh Kavesanlcy
Mr. and Mrs. Franlc Kayesanlqy
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Keller
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kenr
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krauss
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm MacFarlane
Manny and Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Mallos
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mayhew
Mr. and Mrs. William McCarlhy
Flo and Ang Minai
Mr. and Mrs. Val Morr
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph l-l. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pianladosi
Mr. and Mrs. Anlhony Pinio
Mr. Joseph C. Poller
Mr. and Mrs Bari Ruggiero
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Russomanno
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Saslre
Mr. and Mrs William Schad. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs William Schad, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis F. Schley
Mr. and Mrs Carl Sciorlino
Charles D. l-larlwell
Mr. and Mrs. l-larry l-larch
Mr. and Mrs. Fllsworih D. l-lallield
Mr. and Mrs. Arlhur l-lolmes
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas l'lul+er
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Jacobs
Jeanne and Zibbie
Jimmy and Claudia
Johnny and Dave
Mr. and Mrs. A. Senlcowslci
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Smirh
Mr. and Mrs. Axel E. Thunberq
Vinny and Lorerla
Mr. and Mrs. W. Von Ronn
Mr. and Mrs. A. Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wursler
Mr. and Mrs. Franlc J. Yaqlee
Marion and Bill Younqhans
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Buchanan
Mr. H. L. Adamcyk
Miss Emma M. Audesirlc
Miss Mina B. Audesirlc
Mrs. Alexander Besada
Mrs. J. W, Bone
Mr. Kennelh Bradford
Mr. A. Bucher
Mrs. Josephine Casella
Mr. Michael J. Casella
Edylhe Grace Cialarone
Anna May Cifune
Anlhony C. D'Adamo
Mrs. J. D'Adamo
Miss Mollie D'Adamo
Mrs. Mary Davidson
Mr. Michael N. DeMarco
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Mrs. Ellrieda M. Ficlces
Mrs. Mori. Franlc
Mr. Hy Frezer
Mr. Joseph Geisel
Mr. John Gemmell
Miss Bealrice Genovese
Mr. Roberl l-lalch
Mr. Joseph lasco
Charles E. Keller, Jr., '53
Charlolle E. Keller
Roberl' C. Keller, '52
Mrs. Charles Leopold
Mr. Abe Levin
Miss Florence McCar'rhy
Lolrabel Bird McCord
L. M. Morris
Mr. Alberr Moslcowilz
Mrs. William Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nelson
Jay and Paul
Glenn Warren Newlon
Mrs. Florence Perrel
Mrs. John Quinn
Ridge Painl and Wallpap
Miss Angela Romanelli
Miss Josephine Sciorfino
Mrs. James Simpson
Frank S. Silelq
Kalherine D. Swaim, R.N.
Mr. Thomas Tamburello
Mrs. O. Willcinson, Sr.
Mrs. O. A. Wilkinson, Jr.
Miss Eleanor Wursrer
Mary Ann Yablaniclcy
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FRANK 8. FRANK ENGINEER CONSULTANTS
50 Journal Square
Jersey City, N. .l.
T 0 D D S T U D I O S
Your Yearbook Photographer
CREATORS OF MODERN PACKAGING MACHINERY
500 Belleville Turnpike Klurny 2-8400 North Arlington, N. J
W +533 if
1:-' TIF' 215' fe'
CLEMENT M. BRIERLEY
BRIERlEY'S FUNERAL SERVICE
211 Ridge Road
North Arlington, New Jersey
Telephone KEarny 2-0 I 50
MArIrel' 3- I 790
I'I. A. GREENE COMPANY
Serving Ihe schools and alhlelic organizalions of New Jersey
wifh dependable alhlefic equipmenl for over a quarfer ceniury.
Oulfiflersz Norlh Arlinqfon High School Alhlelic Teams
28 HALSEY STREET lNear Cenlral Avemuel NEWARK 2, NEW JERSEY
SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY . . .
E 0 R E 5 T D A I R Y
Mun and cmm rnonucrs
"DIrecI from Our Own Creamery" - Your Assurance of Qualify
H. H. NEWTON I7 Foresl Sfreef
M. DAN NEWTON KE. 2-3I3O Norlh Arlinglon, N. J.
DR. A. II. SAPORITU
BOARD OF EDUCATION
FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY
86 Sunset Avenue
North Arlington New Jersey
ATHLETICS BOOSTERS CLUB
Presidenf , , ., ,,.....,,,, Charles Savage
Vice Presidenf . ,.... WiIIIam R. Holberf
' Rec. Secrefary ....A , ,.,, Thomas Gilmore
Corr. Secrefary .,,,,,......,. Joseph Flimlin
Treasurer .,,..,...,,........., ,,,., H . J. Turner
. ,, A 1 M
lOUIS E. and MILDRED E. KEMP MACHINE 8. TOOL
Norih Arlington, N. J.
F. J. FIELITZ
SERVICE COMPANY, Inc. PROCESSING, Inc.
MOntclair 3-I66O Edwin J. O'Malley
Contractors 0 Engineers
15 Bay Street
Montclair, N. J.
JOHN D. CRANE 8. SONS
24I Kearny Avenue Kearny, N. J.
ARTHUR J. O'CONNOR
R E A L T o R
Telephone KEarny 2-3957
Plumbing 8. Heating Contractor
Oil Burner Installations
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
73 Devon Street
North Arlington, N. J.
RUTH 8. LOU STEELE
LOUISE 8. FRED FIELITZ
couNseLLoR AT LAW
I57 Ridge Road North Arlington,N.J
l. A. S. PRINTING CO., Int.
Social and Commercial Priniing
KE. 2-0446 KE. 2 7
NORTH ARLINGTON PHARMACY
The Whelan Sales Agency
William Wolper, Pharmacisl
- We Deliver -
485 Elm SI'reeI Kearny, N. J.
I Ridge Road Cor. Belleville I e
KEarny 2-S362 Norih Arlingion, N. J.
KENNY 2-9742 Wang xl Son Compliments of
CHINESE AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Family Dinners and a Ia Carle
Served a+ 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
2 Ridge Road Norfh Arlingfon, N. J.
lcorner Belleville Turnpilcel
A. P. MUZZIO
58 ALLAN DRIVE
NORTI-I ARLINGTON, N. J
JERSEY TRUCK CENTER
Serving the Trucking lndustry of America
INGALLS AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
Scienlific Engine Analysis
We'II Tesl -- Nol' Guess!
Complele Speedomeler Repairs
KEarny 3-2477 450 Ridge Road
No. Arlinglon, N. J.
PATTY'S FLOWER SHOP
Flowers for All Occasions
333 Ocean Ave. Jersey Cily, N. J.
We Deliver Anywhere
Pally Maldeslino Formerly wilh
Res.: ll Alberl Sfreel Golllwardf Bros.
No. Arlinglon, N. J. Jersey Cify.
KEarny 3-1833 New Jersey
RIDGE SWEET SIIOPPE
Counlry Club Ice Cream
Biggesl' Sodas, Sunclaes. and Malls
269 Ridge Rd. Nor+l'1ArlingIon, N. J.
NEW LINCOLN THEATRE
838 KEARNY AVENUE
ARLINGTON, N. J.
KEarny 2-95 l 6
K Ea rny 2 -9000
SARGENT MOTORS, Inc.
Corner of l-ledden Terrace
and Ridge Road
Norllw Arlinglon New Jersey
Por? Chesler 5-3400
PORT CHESTER, NEW YORK
39 River Road Norllm Arlinglon, N. J.
PAT the TAILOR
FIRST CLASS CLEANING. DYEING
Dress Well, Press Well, and Succeed
"SIip Covers Made Io Order"
New Furniiure of Every Descripfion
598 Ridge Read Nerll' ArlIng+c'r, N. J, E5 R'dge Road Norllw Arlingion, N. J.
KE 34783 Delivery Service
Floral Creafions for All Occasions
SALLY and MICHAEL TRENT
6 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
R. PIERRE, Jeweler
DIAMONDS 0 WATCHES 0 JEWELRY
Fine Waich Repairing
I5 Ridge Road
No. Arlingfon, N. J.
25 RIDGE ROAD
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
EXNER - FLORIST
Arfificial 8: Nafural Cemelery WreaII1S
356 Belleville Pilze
Norflw Arlinglon, N. J.
Pnore KEerny 3-2481
KE 2-9696 Delivery Service
ACME QUALITY FOOD MARKET
GROCERIES 0 VEGETABLES 0 MEATS
98 Ridge Road Norlh Arlingfon, N. J.
TREMARCO COAL COMPANY
BLUE COAL 0 KOPPER'S COKE 0 FUEL OIL
203 Ridge Road Norflw Arlingfon, N. J.
KE 2-4556 Eree Delivery
WHITE ROSE DELICATESSEN
I. C. and J. S. HORN
384 Belleville Pilce
No. Arlinglon New Jersey
Ocorqe Gervasi, Prop.
RIDGE BARBER SHOP
Specializing in Scalp Treafmenf
34 Ridge Road North Arlingion, N. J.
l. 8. P. MASON CONTRACTORS
smcx womc o CONCRETE wokx
52 Ninflw Sfreel' Norfh Arlingfon, N. J.
PRIMEMEATS o FROZEN Eooos
GROCERIES o Enuirs o VEGETABLES
858 Kearny Avenue Arlingfon, N. J.
77 GOLD STREET
ARLINGTON SALES CORPORATION
I58 RIDGE ROAD
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
FINDLAY-YOUNG 8. COMPANY
Asphalf Tile 0 Linoleum 0 Rubber Tile
5 Ridge Road Norih Arlingion, N. J.
KE 2-2266 Work for All Cemeferies
ALBERT H. HOPPER, Inc.
MONUMENTS and MAUSOLEUMS
Opp, Main Enhance Holy Cross Cemefery
329-34I Ridge Road
Waller Woodruli North Arlingion, N.J.
374 BELLEVILLE PIKE
NORTH ARLINGTON NEW JERSEY
M 8. M AUTOMOTIVE
PARTS COMPANY, Inc.
346 BELLEVILLE TURNPIKE
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
RusI Craff - Gibson - Barlrer - Volland Cards
Founfain Service - Gold Seal French Ice Cream
Agenfs for Candy
594 Ridge Road
Norih Arlingfon, N. J.
4312 Ridge Road, No. Arlington
Opp. I-lardir-g Avenue
SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Edwards - Jumping Jack
NaIuraIi1er - Busfer Brown - Pro-Iac-Iiv
FRISTIK 8. DEGERDON
RADIO 81 TELEVISION SERVICE
4l0 Ridge Road Norih Arlingion. N. J.
.IOE'S BAKE SHOP
Specializing in Fresh Baked Goods
All Baking Done on Premises
578 Ridge Road Norih Arlingion. N. J.
PRIME MEAT MARKET
203 Prospecf Avenue
North Arling+on New Jersey
Hours 8 am. fo 8 p.m. KEarny 2-7I97
THOMAS the TAILOR
FirsI Class Cleaning, Dyeing 8 Tailoring
Dress Well, Press. and Succeed
I65 Ridge Road Norfh Arlingfon. N. J.
Toys 0 Founlain Service 0 Novelties
389 Kearny Avenue
Kearny, New Jersey
THE FABRIC SHOP
Slip Covers - Drapes - Yard Goods - Cur+ains
Maferials To Beaurify You and Your Home
RIVERSIDE SERVICE, Inc.
CLASS OF I954
'ver Road Norfln Arlinglon, N
KEARNY FEDERAI SAVINGS
and lOAN ASSOCIATION
6I4 Kearny Avenue
Arlington, N. J.
Norrn Arlnqlon Office
3 Ridge Road Norflm Arlingfon, N. J. 4912 Ridge Road
DEE SHDPPE fhe
BLOUSES - SKIRTS
200 Wasninglon Srreef Newark, N. J.
GIID-N-SON MFG. 8. SAlES
4 Seasons Anodixed Aluminum
Combinaiion Slorm Windows and Doors
328 Belleville Pilxe
Kearny New Jersey
BONNY DEI.l FARMS
Rufusreroiw. new JERSEY
REED'S RECORD ROOM
NEW REGENT CLEANERS
TAILOR a. FURRIER
P. Mazuiian, Prop. 46 Ridge Road
KE 2-2520 No. Arlinqlon, N. J,
E A G A N ' S
NORTH Arzunoron. N. J.
Tel. KE 2-9292
One of Ihe Beifer Drug Siores
Samuel Clolf, Plv. G. Samuel Weiss, Pl1G
48 Ridge Road Norm Arlinqfon, N J
EDMUND A. WILKE
Custom Built Kitchen Cabineis
Recreafion Rooms - Bookcases
Small Furnifure Builf Io Order
IIS Sunsel Ave. Norlh Arlinglon, N. J.
"Everything for Building"
RIDGE LUMBER COMPANY
24I Ridge Road Norih Arlingfon, N. J.
KEarny 2-98I2 KEarny 2-9649
TERRY'S SWEET SHOPPE
382 Belleville Turnpike
North Arlingfon, N. J.
Dol and Milne Turelzlxin
G A l l O ' S
83 Ridge Road Norfh Arlingfon, N. J.
SPARTAN swm snow: 'I'
ai RIDGE ROAD REGAL SUPER MARKET
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
KE 2-9774 574 Ridge Road Norlh Arlinglon, N. J.
HOME MADE CANDIES s. ICE CREAM
870 Kearny Avenue
AI Belleville Pike
5c 81 I0c Sl and Up
C. A. RONSON' STORES
4 RIDGE ROAD
NORTH ARLINGTON. N. J.
A. COLMENERO PIANOS
Agency for WORLD FAMOUS
KRAKAUER 8: FRANCIS BACON PIANOS
I2 Ridge Road Norlh Arlingfon. N. J.
Blouses 0 Dresses 0 Shirfs
36 Ridge Road
Norlh Arlinglon, -N. J. KE 3-
800 SCHUYLER AVE.
LYNDHURST, N. J.
John Rosa, Prop.
RIDGE PARK BARBER SHOP
I6 Ridge Park Drive
Norlh Arlingion, N. J.
THOMAS JEFFERSON P. T. A.
WASHINGTON P. T. A.
WOODROW WILSON P. T. A.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
of Noam Anuucrou men scuool
Presidenf ....,....,. ..,..,......... H ENRY ElELlTZ Secrelary ............................,,.. MARY MITCHELL
Vice Presidenf ,.,,.,,...,.,. KENNETH BARNETT Treasurer ...........,.....,.,,.., RICHARD THUNBERG
Adviser .,........ .....,.,,... .,,,..,, M I SS ETHEL KOOK
wm-I aesr wlsi-ies Fok FUTURE success . . .
K. W. FELDHUSEN
'EST WMS ' " nom Anuncrou morons
Sclwuyler Avenue and Belleville Pike
Norfh Arlinglon, New Jersey
GRACE EV, LUTHERAN CHURCH
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J. ICE 2-435i
NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL P. T. A.
Presidenl . Mrs. Kennelh Ingalls Treasurer , ..,Mrs. John Orland?
Isl Vice Pres. . Mrs. Ar+l'1ur E. Reichard Rec. Sec. ..,,, ,, ,Mrs. Leonard Barnelf
2nd Vice Pres. Mr. Kennelh Bradford Corr. Sec. ..Mrs. Bernard Wasserburger
Hislorian Mrs. Alfred L. Davidson
Presidenl' Rec. Secrelary
DORIS TIEDEMANN LOIS ELSEY
Vice Presidenl Treasurer
ANNA EINSIEDLER NANCY JENIKOVSKY
Corr. Secreiary Hislorian
JANET KELLY MISS EVELYN LIMENFELD
STUDENT COUNCILS of the North Arlington High School
HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Ronald Jacobs Malcolm MacFarlane Alice Campisi Polar Kelly
Presidenf Vice Presidenf Presidenf Vice Presidenf
Diane Bianchini Roberl' Berry Carole Sommors
Secreiary Treasurer Secrefary and Treasurer
Mrs. Mary E. Davidson
Mrs. Vivian Fries Mr. John Kaelin
CLASS OF 1955
Richard T 1
CLASS OF 1956 CLASS OF 1958
CLASS OF 1957 CLASS OF 1959
Frannie Lonnie Bewy Mana Diane
HI - LITES
Emily nine CHEERLEADERS
Gloria Dol Jane Jeanne '53-'54
Y A G A B 0 N D S
Cris Camille Nancy
Jean Sue Edna Winnie
Camille Rosalie Dm Jim
Pal Nancy Compliments of
C0 - ETTES CAVALIERS "54"
Jane "Meek" Clemi Mac "Willie" Sam
Collie Edna Eoxie Maryann
Dee Nellie Marla Mac
Kuclo Susie Kope Nilde
Dol T. K. Ellie Buggie
Barney Millie Jake Plwil
Pal' Porky Lonnie Qlis
Cris Maggie Ber Jane
Slick Emily Ralph Jeanne
Winnie Meg Dave Niece
Pigeon Lo Torclwy Geiclw
Lee Lud Henry Janice
"The Rock" Elaine Mary Sam
Fran Don Jeanne Andy
Buch Fran S. George Karl
Soon Na+ will be leaving 'ro relurn lo his summer iolo in Upper Neurasihenia.
l-le had a wonderful lime meeling you and showing you his discoveries. Allhough
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everylhingf' lo his fellow siudenls, "Keep lhe Viking banner flying high," and 'ro
everybody, "Good-bye and good luck!"
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