North Arlington High School - Chrysalis Yearbook (North Arlington, NJ)
- Class of 1955
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As high school principal Mr. llovvartl
Bradford became our friend during the
early stages of our careers as Yikings. llis
friendliness and untlerstandingg are still in
ready supply whenever he has the oppor-
tunity to visit us as Superintendent of
Schools during our final years at N. A.
lt has always heen Nlr. Bradlordis sin-
cere desire to improve X. A. H. 5. and
make a good school hetter.
Mr. Howard Bradford
SlllJ6l'1il1l6I7ll6lIl ry' Schools
Fortunately for us the Board of Edu-
cation is always on the alert to safeguard
our interests and provide the very best
possible in educational facilities for the
benefit of our entire school system.
Wie owe our thanks and appreciation to
these hard-working, conscientious people.
Since our first meeting with Hr. Joseph
lslimlin in our Sophomore year when he
guided us through the mysteries ol' bi-
ology, we liavc become better acquainted
with him as our principal.
As overseer oi our school he has bol-
stered our ambitions and advanced our
hopes for the future through his co-opcra-
tion. patiencc, and willingness to help
each one of us when we needed it most.
Mr. ioseph 1. Flimlin
MRS. ISABEL CAPWELL
Director of Guidance
Our guidance throughout our high school career
has been under the surveillance of Mrs. Isabel Capwell.
As head of the guidance department, her recommenda-
tions have enlightened us about our shortcomings in
the past and our possibilities for the future.
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MRS. LOTTABEI. Mt-CORD
Co-ordinutor of the Junior High School
Head of the English Department
Aside from her duties as head of the English De-
partment, Mrs. Lottabel McCord has constantly aided
us in the development of our personalities through her
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We Seniors have developed
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The foremost' interest in our
minds'has been preparation for
the future because we have real-
ized that the fleeting months
would soon lead to graduation
and then more serious responsi-
EDWARD B. HAKIM
"None but himself can be his
Engineering is in "Steady lfddies'
future . . . four years of basketball
and football . . . captained the foot-
ball squad and served as president of
the Student Council . . . college to
follow graduation for him.
ROBERT L. GAECKLE
"All greatness is unconscious or it
is little and nought" -Carlyle
"Bob," a future mechanical engineer
. . . football and Honor Society par-
ticipant . . . enjoys sleeping and
eating . . . vicelpresident of the Stu-
dent Council in his senior year . . .
a college prep course outlined his
high school studies.
"Lord of himself" -Byron
Another great sportsman is g'Sully"
. . . basketball, baseball, and football
teams had his participation . . .
treasurer of the Student Council . . .
college counts high in his future
plans . . . hearty eating his spare
THEODORE S. TRUST, JR.
"Il matters not how a man dies, but
how he livesl' -Johnson
A busy man is "Ted', . . . captain
of the track team and president of the
class for the sophomore and junior
years . . . ambition is to be a suc-
cess . . . studied a general course
didn't like to do homework.
"The pen is mightier than the sword"
Journalism will be "Bobs" career
. . . his many activities included co-
editing the Yiking Saga and presiding
over the Honor Society . . . likes
writing and basketball . . . French
homework his greatest dislike.
FRANCES M. STECEWYICZ
"Style is the dress of thoughts"
"Fran," treasurer of the senior class
. . . has plans for a career in the field
of education . . . served with the
Glee Club for four years . . . likes
making clothes . . . lists Latin II as
her chief aversion.
ROBERT K. HRLVNINIER
"llc zcho has a lhousuml friends"
'lBrumbi" is a great sportsman as
well as a leader . . . president of the
senior class and captain of the bas-
ketball team . . . his ambition is to
own his own business some day.
DANIEL J. CALABRESE
"It is rz friendly heart that has plenty
of friends' -Thackery
A great baseball player is "Danny"
. . . captain of the team during his
senior year . . . vice-president of the
class also . . . took a college prep
course . . . lists cars as his chief like.
"As good be out of the world as out
of fashion" -Cibber
"Chris,,, our faithful co-captain loves
cheerleadinv . . . ver ' fashion-minded
. . . Honor Society member and vice-
president of Tri-Y . . . college is her
aim . . . noted for her cynical wit
and love of leisure.
RUTH ANNE CERAYOLO
A lonely lady, garmented in light
from her own beaulyn - Shelley
"Ruthie" . . . sweet and sincere . . .
a future Jrivate secretar' . likes
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music . . . senior class treasurer and
Honor Society membei . . . faithful
Clee Cluber . . . a soft voice reveals
her quiet charm.
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WALTER N. ANDERSEN
"The Devil is a gentleman"
"Walt" will work as a carpenter after
graduation . . . tall and lanky . . .
wears sharp suits . . . girls are both
his chief like and dislike . . . event-
ually hopes to marry a rich widow.
JOHN H. ANDERSON
' . . . the only tray to have a friend
is to be one" -Emerson
"Jack" participated in Clee Club . . .
will attend college after June . . .
he hopes to become rich . . . doing
nothing makes him happiest . . .
followed a college prep course while
ELIZABETH H. BANNERMAN
"The sweetest garland to the sweetest
Scotch as they come is our "Betty"
. . . Viking Saga and Glee Club mem-
her . . . counts Irishmen as her chief
dislike . . . will go into the working
world upon graduation . . . hopes to
JLDITH R. BIANCHINI
"Music my rampart, and my only
one" WSL Vincent Millay
The songbird of the senior class is
i'.ludy" . . . a member of the Glee
Club, Student Council and Leaders
Club . . . works as a soda jerk in her
leisure hours . . . life as a vocalist
appeals to her.
CONSTANCE THERESA BIONDI
"How the wit brightens! How the
style refines!" -Pope
College and a career are 5'Connie's"
chief aims . . . likes to watch foot-
ball games and play tennis . . . a
three year member of Glee Club . . .
her course was college prep . . .
she would like to learn to fly a plane.
CAROLYN D. BLUMETTI
" . . . the sweet magic of a cheerful
A future Conover model is "Lynn"
. . . loves to dance . . . commercial
studies filled her high school years
. . . three years of Clee Club also
. . . her chief dislike was getting up
early in the morning.
ANNE L. BROMLEY
"Newt, not gaudy"
"Andy" goes on to secretarial school
following lzigh . . . her ambition is
I0 travel . . . a new car would suit
her line at the moment . . . a com-
Rr nlericul course vas her high school
s.... MARYANN BROOKS
"Little I askg my wants are few"
Nursing occupies a high spot in
g'Brooksic's" future . . . three years
of Clce Club kept her busy . . . her
chief like is friendly people . . . she
took u general course.
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Mtn is noted for her red cheeks
and dimples . . . great supporter of
the school teams . . . Glee Club mem-
ber . . . enjoys playing the piano
. . . hopes to become a good secretary
. . . her sparkling smile a great as-
L CAROLE E. cAsoTTo
"Few things are impossible to dili-
gence and skill" -Johnson
An earliest and hard worker . . .
Honor Society and Viking Saga some
of her many activities . . . journalism
her chosen field . . . spends her spare
time making her first million.
EUGENE P. DE ANGELO
"I am the master of my fate"
"King," an active member of the
baseball team . . . pursued a general
course . . . hopes to have his own'
business eventually . . . his chief
dislike is getting up early.
JOHN P. DEGNIN
"Good sense is the body of poetic
Represented his class in the Student
Council . . . "Patty" likes a good,
interesting class . . . he plans to at-
tend college . . . wants most to be a
success . . . spends his after-school
KATHRYN E. ENCELHARD
HOWARD H. GEORGS
'tHe has no malice in his mindv
Having fun is "Ron's" chief pastime
. . X engineering shines in his future
plans . . . he followed a college
preparatory course . . . history in-
terested him most in high school.
"Beauty is a great gift of heaven"
Busy and vivacious "Rinny,' . . . col-
lege her present ambition . . . co-
captain of the cheerleaders and three
years of Honor Society to her credit
. . . wants only to he a success.
EDWARD D. FIORE
"His pride in reasoning, not in acting,
Track and Jr. Town Meeting part of
'5Eddie's" activities . . . plans to enter
a college of pharmacy after gradu-
ation . . . a college prep course
should aid him . . . spends spare time
at work . . . his chief dislike was oral
TILGHMAN B. FREY
"The world was worthy of such men"
E. B. Browning
To own a farm is "Ted's,' ambition
. . . football and baseball participa-
tion proved his love of sports . . .
college part of his future plans . . .
enjoys swimming at Point Pleasant
in the summer.
GERHARD L. FRUEWALD
"Hear ye not the hum of mighty
working? i' -Keats
Gerhard plans to be a tree expert . . .
his extracurricular activities include
track and presiding over the Tech-
nicians Club . . . swimming and shop-
work are his chief likes . . . he fol-
lowed a general course.
"The secret of success is constancy of
"How,' is very interested in model
railroading . . . member of the Slide
Rule Club . . . plans to enter the
field of horticulture . . . just likes
to take it easy . . . a general course
made up his high school studies.
? 6 . . studies music.
RONALD W. GODFREY
"One still strong man in a blatant
Football and basketball his main ac-
tivities . . . also a member of a drum
and bngle corps . . . "Ron" wishes to
become a member of the Navy . . .
eventually will work as a television
repair man . . . his spare time is
taken up with work.
STANLEY M. GRACZYK
"Tlzerc's zz good time coming"
Sports occupy most of "Stan's" time . . .
played basketball and baseball . . .
trade school will follow graduation
. . . to be a carpenter is his am-
bition . . . a commericial course con-
stituted his studies.
JUDITH M. HAYDEN
"Laugh and be well"
"Judy" likes happy people, being
one herself . . . her ambition is to
attend business school . . . following
that she hopes to become a secre-
tary . . . Leaders Club and cheer-
leading among her activities . . .
likes to dance.
ROBERT C. HENDERSON
"Everything comes if a man will
only wait" -Digrgeli
Being an airline pilot sounds good
to "Bob" . . . member of the Glee
Club . . . Business Law his favorite
subject . . . will join the U. S. Air
Force upon graduation . . . he took
a general course.
PHYLLIS J. HOSKING
"There's a woman like a dewdrop"
Another Florence Nightingale is
"Phil" . . . she plans to attend
nursing school in the fall . . . en-
joys dancing. basketball, and football
games . . . participated in Clee Club
JOAN AIN N HYER
"All of the charm of all the Muses"
Collecting records is a favorite pas-
timc with "Jeanie" . . . proved a
valuable member of the Glee Club
for four years . . . driving also rates
high with her . . . active in the
Tri-Y . . . wants to be a secretary.
NANCY E. JENIKOVSKY
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"'Tis easy to be true"
Our valuable import from Cuba is
Sarah . . . learned English rapidly
. . . Clee Club member . . . likes
to read . . . a general course made
up hcr studies . . . after graduation,
she plans to enter the working world.
CLARE M. .IACOBSON
"She mot-es a goddess and she looks
ll queen" --Pope
Clare added a note of beauty and
grace to the football field as head
majorette this year . . . prexy of the
Leaders' Club in '51 . . . she took a
commercial course . . . in the future
she hopes to serve as a secretary.
"The two noblest things, which are
sweetness and light" -Swift
To be an airline stewardess is "Nan's"
ambition . . . cheerleading and Viking
Saga are some of her many activi-
ties . . . served as president of the
Tri-Y . . . wants to travel and meet
people . . . is happiest when she is
PATRICIA A. JOHNSON
"The time will come when you will
hear me" -Disraeli
Nursing school has a future candi-
date in "Pat" . . . served two years
with the Clee Club . . . enjoys sing-
ing and dancing . . . she followed a
general course . . . could be seen
at all the football games, cheering
the team on.
EDITH BARBARA KANE
"Fair tresses man's imperial race
Edith, outstanding member of the
Viking Saga Staff for four years . . .
active senior cheerleader . . . Honor
Society member . . . Latin her favor-
ite subject . . . her goal is to do
"True and tender and brave and just"
After high school, it's college for
"Ronnie" . . . will study to be an
engineer . . . member of the track
team and Slide Rule Club . . . oral
talks his chief dislike in school . . .
spends most of his spare time work-
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THOMAS FRANCIS KELLY
"My only books were u'omen's looks"
Sports constitute "Tommy's" favorite
pastimes . . . valuable member of
our football team . . . upon grad-
uating hopes to enter the business
field and eventually be head of a
firm . . . homework is his chief
ARLEEN M. KIRST
"A daughter of the gods"
"Ar" proved to be an outstanding
sportswoman while in school . . . ac-
tive in the Tri-Y and three-year mem-
ber of the Leaders Club . . . her
ambition is to be a secretary .
enjoys drawing in her spare time.
PATRICIA ANN KOES
"Wit makes its ozcn welcome"
"l at," a friend to all . . . vice-presi-
dent of the class for two years . . .
one of our taller cheerleaders . . .
studied a commercial course . . . sec-
retarial school in the future for ber
. . . likes sports.
MICH AEL A. KURTZ
"Good at a fight but better ataplayn
Sports are in "Mickey's" blood
four years of football and baseball
to his credit . . . wants most to be
a success . . . has plans for further
education in the form of college . . .
spends much of his spare time work-
PAUL J. LECH
"All nature wears one universal grin"
.lovial Paul hasn't decided just yet
what he wants to do . . . likes to
kill time . . . member of the football
team . . . a college prep course saw
him through high school . . . next
year will see him enrolled in college.
"Let knowledge grow from more to
'6Eddie" served the band well for
four years . . . ambition is to be well
off . . . member of Audio Visual
Aids Club and baseball team . . .
will attend college next year .
enjoys model railroading in leisure
THELMA M. LINDQUIST
'I press thee to my heart as Duty's
faithful child" Alcott
To be an office worker is Thelma's
ambition . . . after graduation she
hopes to go to comptomcter school
. . . likes the summertime best . . .
followed a commercial course . . .
cooks and sews when not in school.
MARILOK THERESA LYMAN
"ft sight to dream of, not to tell"
Married to an alumnus, Marilou
came to N. A. from out of state this
year . . . Viking Saga member . . .
likes art and dancing . . . plans to
be a social worker . . . recordings
one of' her favorite amusements.
ARTHIQR J. MATSON
"Fools are my theme, let satire be
my song" -Byron
Four years on the basketball team
prove "BIat's" love of that sport . . .
a dental technician's job suits him
well . . . after high school, college
. . . spends his spare time working
or driving around town.
"Go where glory waits thee"
A future state trooper is "Mac" . . .
spends his leisure hours traveling be-
tween N. A. and North Carolina . . .
likes a good time . . . basketball and
baseball some of his activities . . .
took a general course.
ROBERT A. McLAREN
'6Wisclom of many, and the wit of one"
Three years of football kept "Rob-
bie" occupied . . . didn't like to get
up early . . . he plans to go on to
college . . . member of the track
team for two years . . . his was a
college preparatory course.
CAROL A. MEYER
"Like a diamond in the sky"
Dancing is Carol's great love . . .
after she graduates, professional
dancing school is next on her list
. . . member of the Pan American
Club for two years . . . secretary of
same in her junior year.
".-1 Lady with a Lamp shall stand
In the great history of the land"
"Mai", goes on to a nursing career
. . . member of the Leaders Club
and Tri-I' . . . sports are her chief
like . . . she participated in the May
Day Pageant for four years . . .
plays the piano in spare time.
"The greater man the greater
"Bills" ambition is to be rich . .
likes loafing and eating best . . .
member of the Slide Rule Club . . .
after graduation, his plans include
going on to trade school . . . followed
a general course of study.
KATHERINE M. MONAHAN
"Youth is the only season for
'Kittyw has a great love of dancing
. . . will work in a business office
after high school . . . able comedi-
enne in May Day Pageant . . . her
ambition is a career as a singer.
O. BRETT MOORE
"Write me as one who loves his
Commercial piloting appears in Brett's
future . . . president of the Junior
Town Meeting Club . . . likes speed
boats and hot rods . . . works on
outboard motors when not in NAHS
. . . soon to enter the Air Force.
FRANCES C. MOTTOLA
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever"
"Fran" likes tall people . . . after
high school, college is next on her
list . . . will pursue a career as a
laboratory technician . . . hers was
a commercial course . . . works much
of her after-school time.
MICHAEL H. MOIISAW
"A man possessed of splendid talents"
Football, basketball, and baseball
participation show "Mickey" as a
sportsman . . . a future tool and die
maker . . . he studied a general
course . . . also likes sports while
not in school.
RONALD L. 0'LAUGHLlN
"An apolliecary should never be out
of spirits" -Sheridan
The field of pharmacy will have an
addition in "Luke" . . . active in
sports, he played basketball and ran
for the track team . . . likes to sleep
late in the mornings . . . he goes on
RAYMOND D. OSWALD
"Life is too short to waste"
"0zzie', plans a career in the Navy
. . . gym and shop his favorite sub-
jects in school . . . member of the
baseball team in his junior year . . .
followed a general course . . . likes
sports very much.
JEAN M. PAGANELLI
"Hope and be Happy"
"Jeannie" . . . fun to be with . .
secretarial work is in her future . . .
took a general course of study . . .
homework her chief dislike . . . gym
period her most enjoyable time . . .
works when not in school.
"It's a mad world. Mad as Bedlam."
A cosmetologist-to-be is "Eddie" . . .
has a love of dancing . . . training
school to follow graduation . . . two
years in the Junior Town Meeting
Club . . . friendly people listed as
her chief like.
RICHARD H. PEARCE
"God-like in giving, but the devil to
Making a million dollars would make
"Richie" happy . . . doesn't like to
get up early in the morning . . . a
general course of study for him . . .
likes to build stock cars as a hobby.
HENRY E. PEDYNOWSKI
"He gave the people of his best"
Carpentry in his leisure hours leads
"Hank" on to a career as a drafts-
man . . . a general course outlined
his high school studies . . . home-
work, his chief dislike . . . working,
his chief like.
GLORIA HELEN PENA
"Of manners gentle, of affections
mild" - Pope
Student Council, Tri-Y, and Glee
Club were among "Glo's" many ac-
tivities . . . a college prep course
helped to prepare her for college
next year . . . likes singing and
dancing . . . to succeed is her main
NEIL S. POMERANTZ
VIVIAN I. PETERSON
A noble type of good,
"Viv" plans to go to great heights
us- an airline stewardess . . . member
of Glee Club and Leaders Club . . .
sports fill her spare time . . . fol-
lowed a commercial course . . . likes
Knowledge is more than equivalent
to force" -Johnson
"Hammer" has a great love for the
sciences . . . will till the soil for a
career . . . member of the Student
Council and Radio Club . . . in his
spare time he studies horticulture.
"Her very frowns are fairer far
Than smiles of other maidens are"
"Pop" . . . our attractive twirler . . .
studied a commercial course, will
enter the working world after June
. . . oral English her chief dislike
. . . future undecided . . . dancing
fills her leisure hours.
Kind hearts are more than coronets'
JOHN A. RUSTIA
Business school is next on the list
for Eleanor . . . eventually hopes
to become a comptometer operator
. . . member of Glee Club and Junior
Town Meeting Club . . . television
provides after-school entertainment.
"He speaketh notg and yet there lies
A conversation in his eyes"
Always ready with a witty remark is
"Abe" . . . football, track, and Stu-
dent Council filled his time . . . col-
lege will be a stepping stone for a
professional career . . . spare time
activity consists of loafing.
LAURA M. SANDQUIST
As good as gold
Sports always brings Laura to mind,
. . . has four years of Clee Club and
Leaders Club to her credit . . . a
secretary's career appeals to her . . .
commercial course will aid her on
to her goal.
NANCY A. SARGENT
"To a young heart everything is fun"
"Nan" . . . a friend to all . . . wants
to be a good secretary . . 1 lists early
classes as her chief dislike . . . Lead-
ers Club and Junior Town Meeting
Club her activities . . . hers was a
BETTY M. SCHOCH
It is tranquil people uho accomplish
Betty enjoys dancing a great deal
. . . comptometer school is in her
future plans . . . favorite time is the
end of the school day . . . she fol-
lowed a commercial course of studies.
RUTH E. SCHWEICKHARDT
"I am on the side of the angels"
"Ruthie" . . . treasurer of the Tri-Y
. . . loves to play the piano . . . sec-
retarial school will train her for her
ambition of being a first rate secre-
tary . . . member of the Honor So-
ciety and Viking Saga.
"She must be seen to be appreciated"
A valuable member of the cheering
squad was i'Ang" . . . to be a dental
assistant is her ambition . . . be-
longed to the Junior Town Meeting
Club . . . says homework filled all
her spare time.
P. RONALD SKWERSKI
"I assert that nothing ever comes to
pass without a cause" -Edwards
Engineering interests "Squirt" great-
ly . . . head photographer for the
Viking Saga . . . likes fishing . . .
a college prep course filled his high
school years . . . plays the accordion
in his leisure hours.
V' . A 5
ROBERT I. SMITH
Oblzgzng and cheerful, industrious
and kind" -Dubourg
"Bob" will enter the Air Force upon
graduation . . . hopes to become a
construction engineer eventually . .
member of the Slide Rule Club . . .
likes mechanical drawing . . . spare
time sees him building model planes.
". . . the stout u'atchu'orzl of 'Never
give up' " ---Tuppy
A Navy career sounds good to "Smit-
ty" . . . four years of football chan-
neled his energy . . . his main am-
bition is to live to be one hundred
and ten . . . leisure hours are spent
with the gang."
Should life all labour be?"
Track and baseball were "Chub's"
main activities . . . engineering will
be his career . . . spends his spare
time sleeping . . . a hitch in the
Air Force will follow high school
. . . autos his chief like.
.IANICE A. M. STEELE
"Away from the world and its tolls
and its cares" -Thackeray
"Jan" followed a general course of
study while in high school . . . three
year member of Leaders Club . . .
enters the working world after she
graduates . . . likes to read in her
CAROLE MARIE STEINMETZ
"Let these describe the undescribablen
A secretary's career for Carole . . .
commercial course will aid her on to
the goal . . . Clee Club and Junior
Town Hall, extra-curricular activities
. . . likes clothes . . . corresponding
secretary of the Tri-Y.
BARBARA R. STUERT
"Her smile is the sweetest that ever
was seen" -Ryan
"Bobby" expects to work in Bell
Telephone Company after .Tune . . .
member of the Glee Club for two
years . . . enjoys singing . . . a com-
mercial course student . . . likes to
dance or bake in her spare hours.
vy E up
1'-,QYQL-. -. 3.5
RICHARD S. SW ETZ
'. . . he was faultless in his dealings"
"Rickie" goes on to college from high
school to study engineering . . . mem-
ber of the Radio Club and Glee Club
. enjoys both singing and dancing
. . . college prep student . . . tele'
vision his after-school entertainment.
RICHARD L. TRENT
"I see the right, and approve it too"
Dick . . . co-editor of the Viking
Saga . . . will pursue a career as
an industrial engineer . . . member
of the track team . . . his prime dis-
like is homework . . . works on
the Viking Saga when not doing any-
ANNETTE THERESA YITALE
"I hate nobody: I am in charity with
the world" -Swift
Music and reading, Annette's chief
likes . . . teaching will be her ca-
reer . . . Viking Saga, Honor So-
ciety, and Future Teachers of Ameri-
ca some of her activities . . . she
plans to enter college in the fall.
ELEANORE ELIZABETH WAGNER
"Distinction with a difference"
"El" will go to college to study
teaching . . . treasurer of the Honor
Society . . . roots for the Giants and
Indians . . . member of Viking Saga
staff and Leaders Club . . . home-
work and orals her only dislikes.
LORRAINE H. WALINSKI
"A good heart is better than all the
heads in the world" -Tylton
A future private secretary . . . Lor-
raine took a commercial course . . .
likes to dance in leisure time . . .
business subjects her favorites . . .
president of the Pan American Club
in her junior year.
EDWARD B. WNUCK
"Whoso would be a man must be a
Three years of track and two years
of football mark "Eddie,' as a sports-
man . . . college preparatory student
. . . member of the Student Council
. . . likes to spend his spare time
Frances Stecewicz, Treasurer ,
Robert Brummer, President,
Mrs. M. E. Davidson, Advisor:
Daniel Calnbrese, Vice-Presi-
dentg Ruth Ceravolo, Secre-
JOAN DOROTHY W RIGHT
"Eyes of unholy blue"
Dancing and swimming are "Rick'sf'
favorite activities . . . four years of
Glee Club . . . she plans to enter
college next year . . . general course
student . . . she is undecided us to
what career she will follow.
HARRY E. ZONDLER
"Life is a jest, and all things show it"
Harry would like to be a physical
education teacher . . . participated in
Glee Club and basketball . . . college
is also included in next year's plans
. . . his greatest like is football.
CLASS HI TQRY
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of changlng classes was 11111 111 11 Ill 1111 11s ful
far supenor to our Clllltll I1 ffllllllldl' chool
Teddy Frey as presldent 111 1111 11111111r H1 11
School Student Council we 11 llllt tl lllf prlll
clples of student goxernment Our l1rt taste
of hlgh school subjects Callle throu 11 IX week
periods of languages to help ll 111 111 llxl 11,
schedule selectlons Soon we wt re choosmff o11r
own schedules wlth the and of our u111ns1-lor,
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men Now we were free and equal' No 1011 fer
dld we llne up to leave the gym at l1111cl1 11or
change classes ln f0l'lllall0ll, now we w cr1 able
to take part ln hlgh school llfe Marun Lucas
was our flrst class pres1de11t asslsted bs XICL
Presxdent Pat Koes, Treasurer Ted Frey and
Secretary Kltty Monahan Eddle Haknm 1111
the freshman football tea111 as captam In the
classroom well never forget Mr Burkes tales
of the sea and the nn stenes of old Egypt ln
Mxss Genowese s Anclent Hlstory class Our fll'St
dance was the Solar Serenade for whlch the
gym was decorated wlth the welrdest sun and
moon ever devlsed Our wonderful counselor,
Mlss Cunmngham, helped us a great deal be
fore she left N A H S
The Sophomore year meant the tradxtlonal
biology classes w1tl1 the1r frog dlssectxons fnot
for the squeam1sh'y and a trlp to the zoo
Enghsh students wlll remember Mr Fried
la ders dramatlc rendltxon of Julius Caesar
Those ln Typmg I reallzed the value of a sound
math background when makmg calculatlons for
tabulatlon sheets On the athletlc fxeld our
teams were successful ln brmgmg to N A a
state champlonslnp ln basketball and wmnmg
the Boosters Club Track Meet As the scene
for our dance we chose a romantxc spot m the
Paclflc, Paradise Island It was a great sue
Our Jumor year proved to be one filled wxth
more actxvxtles and hard work than any before
Classes provnded many laughs as well as long
assxgnments CU S I-Instory I1 Who can forget
John Rust1a's whimsical orals ln English III
or lns escapades 1n Mr De Marco's physlcs lab?
As I8 customary, our pnnclpal project was the
career papers ln whxch Carol Casotto and Eddxe
Hakun won the flrst pnzes At last we knew
we had really arnved when the words "all
Juniors wxll report to the muslc room to hear
a speaker period 4 today" apphed to us.
The Class of 1955 was well represented on
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Ocean Cnty ln the fmals for the state cham
In January our May Queen, Clare Jacobson,
was chosen from three candldates, whxle Pat
Koes and Ruth Ceravolo, the other two can
dldates, automatlcally became attendants along
w1th eighteen other sexuor glrls
March 25 and 26 were the dates of our semor
play, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, whxch
was a great success
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ties. The Seniors left for Waslungton on May
15 where, among other things, everyone en
joyed a moonllght cruxse on the Potomac Rlver
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Suburban in East Orange where we were guests
of the Juniors. .1 une 14 saw the hxlarious antxcs
of Class Nlght at the Swiss Chalet. Then three
days later on June 17 we left North Arlmgton
High School nn the tradltional graduation cere-
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Our younger brothers and sis-
ters will have to leam to be in-
dependent and work diligently
if they are to take our place
successfully-so say we Seniors.
UNIOR . . .
Vice President ....... ......
MR. REINFELD - 11-1
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Decker, 1. Delaney, M.
Ewing. SECOND ROW: 1. Cammett, R. Feniello, I.
Frame. S. Egan, E. Boechichio, .l. Case, C. Dobson, P.
Broadfoot, C. Della Volpe. E. Bremner, D. Feldhuson,
lass of 19 6
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Mrs. M. Sweetin
E. Fried, W. Fickes. THIRD ROW: Mr. C. Reinfeld
B. Gilmore. D. Anderson, E. East, R. Auer, N. Burr
E. Corgan, P. Bartole, V. Ammanchuck. E. Einsiedler, I
Bosco. FOURTH ROW: G. Bell, A. Dickson, G. Col-
well. J. Calabrese, R. Fabrizia.
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MR. COLLINS - 8 C
FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Bauer,
M. Pierro, J. Johnson, C. Norton, C.
Kluge, C. Fernandez. SECOND ROW:
Mr. E. Collins, T. Cymbor, S. Isen-
burg, R. Sargent, L. Carracciola, J.
Reeves, D. Macllwain, R. Efinger.
THIRD ROW: R. Jackson, J. Kel-
mer, R. Rabender, R. Schifano, A.
MR. HANLON - 8 H
FIRST ROW, left to right: F. Van
Wagner, R. Dell. SECOND ROW:
P. Reiger, T. Schifano, R. Mott, L.
Schoch, B. Twibill, C. Whittall, N.
Johnston. D. Griffith, B. lnfante, M.
GAMEY, P. Eggenhoffer. THIRD
ROW: Mr. T. Hanlon, J. Sullivan,
W. Stanish, C. Sciortino, H. Jenkins,
P. Heffelfinger, J. Kozak, P. Faiella,
R. Fagan, G. Siano, R. Brooks.
FOURTH ROW: R. More, E. Robb,
J. Glasgow, E. Feller, T. Savage, T.
MR. KLINGER - 8 K
FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Karst,
M. Villano, M. Rosen, S. Bleiweis.
SECOND ROW: G. Van Eyk, D.
Dahlinger, P. Francello, P. Foresta,
G. Mottola, J. Gundaker, N. Bian-
chini, P. Antonelli, D. Fleming, C.
Chestermien. THIRD ROW: Mr. H.
Klinger, J. Servidio, F. Savage, A.
Weishapl, E. Peri, H. Brown, T. Kel-
ly, R. Jenikovsky, R. Hurtt, W.
Braun, E. Kapashinski, A. Canis, L.
Marrinaccio, R. Martin, L. Sax, S.
Parker. FOURTH ROW: A. Lam-
beseder, R. Reynolds, J. Lahey, R.
Reese, T. Turner, B. Nanke, T.
MRS. MANNING - 8 M
FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Plant,
A. Szura, D. Venable, J. Schenkel,
E. Salgado,,R. Karshina, P. Nelson,
P. Kelly, B. Moore. SECOND ROW:
C. Kopecki, F. Ceravolo, M. Levin,
J. DePalma, P. Barnett, A. Bisaccia,
A. Brummer. THIRD ROW: Mrs.
C. Manning, K. Tonner, L. Shemeley,
J. Smith, J. Matson, J. MacDonald,
N. McCall, I. Moreno, I. Saliter, B.
Van Buren, M. Arback, D. Kane, B.
Whalen. FOURTH ROW: B. Fisher,
G. Forsyth, J. Kenny, R. F ielitz, R.
Alexander, D. Barker, R. Barile.
MR. KAELIN - 7 K
FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Frank,
M. Day. SECOND ROW: I. Keenan,
B. Quackenbush, I. Daly, R. Handler,
F. Alves, E. Blitz, I. Phillips, D.
Lasky, A. Polkowski, M. Macaluso, C.
Kientz, V. Harvey. THIRD ROW:
Mr. J. Kaelin, G. Evans, P. Schad, N.
Tepper, K. Walsky, F. Toman, E
O'Gureck, J. Kelly, I. Stopherd, D.
Byk, R. Hendrickson, L. Weinber,
W. Neer, A. Brown, L. Garcia, D.
Graf. FOURTH ROW: R. Lempert,
K. Oxfurth, F . Kesselman, F. Kraenz-
lin, R. Peters, S. Paurelsky.
MRS. LUBBEN - 7 L
FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Len-
kiewicz, D. Fraser. SECOND ROW:
C. Fernandez, L. Rutan, D. Kelich-
ner, I. Lowry, I. Lowry, R. Arizti,
G. Greenberg, C. Warner, S. Colman.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. M. Lubben, H.
Stock, J. Lentini, N. Florin, J. Thomp-
son, D. Rein, V. Sperduto, I. Bian-
chi, S. Krause, M. Ianowski, D. Wei-
ler, J. Ivers, E. Massey. FOURTH
ROW: S. Morrison, N. Steberger, M.
Wnuck, F . Reichard, I. Moschella.
MISS MURRAY - 7 M
FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Vance,
M. Mucciolo, S. Wyskiel, I. Spaatz,
D. McMurtrie, C. Kearney, R. Pel-
leteri. SECOND ROW: Miss P. Mur-
ray, W. Hulik, R. Luty, I. Rittweger,
R. Shapiro, B. Fleming, C. Adamo,
A. Romano, M. Chmielewicz, L. Mc-
Clear, D. McCooey, S. Borrelli.
THIRD ROW: V. Della Volpe, C.
Apostol, W. Hendricks, R. Sullivan,
P. Mugavero, R. Wilson, D. Barra.
MR. RECCHIA - 7 R
FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Case,
R. Ieck, M. Maurillo, B. Critelli, P.
Hartley, E. Fernandez, C. Soom, M.
Gloede, L. Malgeri. SECOND ROW:
I Pinto, Mf Gimme. TRIRD ROW:
. Haff, R. Pettis, 1. Consandine.
MR. TULLY - 7 T
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Shin
dell, D. Rosenberg, 1. Turri. SEC
OND ROW: G. Thunberg, C. Brier-
ley, M. Fullmer, F. Chletsos, L. Hoff-
man, E. Hanson, L. Steele, M. Gor-
man, M. Sneddon. THIRD ROW:
Mr. 1. Tully, R. Delaney, W. Jacobs,
F. Boss, M. Brecher, C. Potdevin, S.
Schwed, D. Gargan, I. Mitchell, D.
Feniello, D. Minter, I. Lucido, G.
Golt. FOURTH ROW: I. Maitland,
R. Rowe, P. Schlichting. I. Swiss, I.
Dalzell, R. Granberg.
Mr. L. Recchia, R. Rivas, R. Parkes,
. Treiber, W. Van Zile, A. Pinto,
Adamoli J Bivona I Mueller,
F rodella, R. Burgess, R. Schinder,
Of necesslty a happy famlly
we learned IS one that works
together plays together and so
leams together. In thus process
our extra-curricular activities
have played an important part.
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Moz.. .1.11-LW. sEco.wn ROW: C'
Treiber. Trvusurerg P. Broun. .-1. .-lr
nnsun. Il. .llur-y. R, Golub. I. Trmlm,
lu-P Pr:-siflenlg C. Rosenberg, Presi-
dent. THIRD ROWWJ .I. Hoffman.
'l'lu- purpusv ul' llu- llilll-.xlll1'I'll'illl
Club is tu iuu-rf-st llu- stuela-uts iu tlu-
lil'e'. Ullrltbllli. guul uululu-rs ul' ilu- Fpuu-
lSll-Spfillxlllgl l'UlIllll'lt'5. It also mln-w-lamps
nu upprm-4-mtmll ul tlu- 5IMlIllrll laun-
ffuugc-. lllt'l'1lllll'Q'. auul url.
llu- Flulm- Rule- l.lulJ IH 1-uulpuse-al ul
Flll4ll'lllS ulum ssisll lu luue- furllu-r
lxll0N'l0KlQt' of uultlu-uullu-s. llu- usm- ul
ilu- sluln- rulm- is lilllglll uluug with uumy
utlu-r llxiugs tlmt lurllu-r Ilu- Slllll1'lllS-
iutm-re-st in ll1l1lllt'lllillll'S. lllis group is
uow CUIllp0SCll c-utirm-ly ul' se-uiors.
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R. S141-lz. If. Fiore-. R. Ke-liz-Izrwr. R
Shapiro. TIIIRIJ ROIV: R. Guevlrll'
R. Dreesf-n, W. Miller. Mrs. M
FIRST ROW left to ri ht. R Smith.
Members of the Library Council as-
sist the librarian in checking books in
anll out of thc library, in putting hooks
away, and in generally attempting to
keep thc library as neat as possible. A
theater party to New York or to the
Paper Mill Playhouse cliinaxes the
The Babysitters Club acquaints its
members with the many responsibilities
of good child care and develops in its
members the necessary essentials for
good homemaking. Girls interested in
obtaining babysitting jobs may obtain
them by joining this club.
FIRST ROW". Ie!! to right: Miss N
W'aIsh, Advisorg R. Colob, R. Ifrun
ning, C. Summers, N. Kraus. C. Ca
sotto, Presillentg E. Treiber, J. .la
robs, R. Ivers. SECOND ROW: R
SChll.'0iCRh!ll'df, J. Mukofka, M. W'ar
lilfowski, N. Raub.
Left to right: C. Malone, F. Collum
C. Yofllowslri. I'ublir'iIyg P. Broad:
foot. Presizlentg D. Isalfscn, C. Gould
R. Setterstrom, Secretary: R. Brun-
ning, Mrs. Swaim, School Nurse.
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FIRST ROW, left to
right: P. Siecewicz, B.
Phillips, C. Della Volpe,
D. Gormley, K. Keating.
SECOND ROW: R.Sper-
rluto, D. Anderson, E.
Corgan, .l. Gallo, I. Mc-
Clear, E. Lanphear.
THIRD ROW: V. In-
galls, I. Mitchell, S. Mil-
ler, J. Meikle, E. Nanlfe,
P. Bartolc, N. Hayden,
D. Frazer, C. Toffey.
FIRST ROW, left to
right: N. Ienikovsky, I.
Steele, E. Kane, M. Mil-
ler, L. Sandquisi. SEC-
OND ROW: C. Casotto,
K. Engelhard, I. Hay.
den, V. Peterson, R.
ROW: N. Sargent, R.
Ceravolo, .I. Bianchini,
C. Jacobson, President:
A. Kirst, E. Wagner, F.
The lmzlflcrs Club. wliicll is SPOIISOITWI by
the llllN'Sil'lli I'i1illl'il1l0ll Depurlnlcllt. is com-
prised of girls tllut are outstumling in extra-
vurrieulzxr activities in zltlllr-tics. Br-siclcs fle-
Y0l0Ilil1gI goofl sportsnlzlllship and promoting
lvzulvrsllip. Illis vlulm Conrluvts illl0I'Sf'llOillSIiC
activities in the form of Play Days IIITOIIQLIIOUI
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The Junior Chefs Club is
composed of students in the
Junior High who are interested
in cooking and halting. Al-
though it has just been organ-
ized this year, the club already
has many enthusiastic and tal-
FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Rein,
D. Minter, M. ,lanou'slfy, M. Gentile,
D. Frank, R. Lempert, L. Weinberg,
C. Shindell. SECOND ROW: R. De-
lanev, R. Crandberg, W. Jacobs, R.
Pettis, Miss D. O'Malley, Adviwf.
The Talent Club consists of
students who have a particular-
ly outstanding talent. ln addi-
tion to performing at various
club meetings, its members also
have produced a ,lunior High
assembly program and have
made a trip to the Paper Mill
FIRST ROW. left to right: A. Adam-
oli, R. Bradford. Mrs. M. Lubben,
Advisor: W. Ilulilc, Treasurer: R.
Peters, Vice Presirlent. SECOND
ROW: L. MeClear, D. Lasky, C. Fer-
nandes, T. Albani. JI. Maealuso, I.
Lowry, Seerelaryg I. Lorvry. Presi-
clentg S. Morrison. J. Irers. F. Chlet-
sos. C. Brierley. TIIIRD ROW: I.
Daly, M. Maurillo, L. Rutan, V. IIar-
vey, C. Kearny.
The Junior High Drama Club
introduces eighth grade pupils
to the art of drama production
through the one act plays which
are presented at the North Ar-
lington Junior High assemblies.
SEATED ON FLOOR, left to right:
I. Bello, R. Van Buren. FIRST ROW:
R. Fisher, G. Van Eylf. 'F. Ceravolo,
President: Mrs. C. Manning. Arli--isorg
P. Barnett, Viec President: M. Levin,
Secretaryg D. Kane. SECOND ROW:
F. Savage, .l. DePaIma, K. Tonner,
M. Arbaclz. A. Rrummer. I. Matson,
R. Mott, N. McCall, I. Moreno, I.
Smith, S. Bleiweis.
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Ruth Ceranolo May Queen Cfure
Jacobson Pat Koes Carolyn Blumem
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' 'Eat . l- ik Left to right: Robert Shapiro, James Sorce, Richard Trent,
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' A .Yarzcy lenikovsky, lxalhryn lfrigelliard, Carole Casotto, Arlene
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ship Awards for Dan Calabrese, Ed Hakim,
Bob Brummer, from Coach Wilbur Ruckel.
Student Council President Ed Hakim
conducting an assembly program.
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The Senior Dance -
"Shou'er of Stars."
Ed Wnuclf, Clare Jacobson,
Marilyn Casella, John Rustia. K
Sports aided our "family" co-
educational program 'by provid-
ing an exhaust valve for excess
energy through exciting recrea-
tional outlets for our family's
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Tom Kelly snares pass and breaks
away from tackler.
FRONT ROW left to right N Romanoff J Rustza M Mousaw
M Kurtz Captam Ed Haktm T Frey E Wnuclt T Kelly R
Gaechle E Fisher .SECOND ROW 1 Cammett R Steele N
Rtttuteger B Dabzlta IL Lindquist R Jacobson A Ballestero
G Rowe I Bosco P bholslty J Colmo E Bambnck
ust what would happen durm the football season of
19.34 no one could predict There were too mans lfS sur
roundin this team which had lost 11 lettermen by graduation
l'1rst of all the N lixlll s hid a new coach Mr joseph Tully,
successor to Mr 'Nielsen who had retired after handling the
football coachin duties at NA for 16 years Along with Mr
'lullw came an entirely new coaching staff which lncluded Mr
laul Kelly Mr Rip Collins and Ur John lxaelm
Another of the bl er ifs was the fact that the team w as
swltchln to a Split 1 10I'I'lll110Il A lot depended on how well
the players adopted to it.
Thin s did not o too well for NA durin the first half
of the season. Hampered by injuries to such mainstay lines-
men as Bob flaeckle and Mike Kurtz the Vikings tied Wood-
Rid e and lost to Clen Rid e and Nletuchen.
Then with Caeckle 'md Kurtz returning andnled by the
brilliant play of Laptain Ed Hakim at fullback and Tom Kelly
at end the team cauaht fire and ripp,d Bloomfield Tech
St. Marys followed on a bitterly cold, fo y day which
saw a penalty cost NA a tie. The score was 14-13 when Hakim
went over for the tyinff extra point. However, an offsides vio-
lation caused the play to be called back, and the second at-
A victory over Hawthorne followed by a hard-fought loss
to Bergenfield completed the season, giving the Vikings a
record of 2 wins, 4- losses, and 1 tie, all of which does not
indicate how well the team actually played.
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Captain Ed Hakim has strategy meet-
ing with Kseatecll Coaches Paul Kelly,
Joseph Tullyg fstandingj John Kae-
lin, "Rip" Collins.
19 Wood Ridge 19
7 Glen Ridge 20
0 Metuchen 25
33 Bloomfield Tech. 0
13 St. Mary's fliutllerfordl 14
21 Hawthorne 14
7 Bergenfield 19
Tom Kelly Ted Frey
Ed Hakim and Ed Wnuck practice
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FIRST ROW, left
to right: Ed Hak-
im, Richard Hali-
im, Raymond Sat'-
age, Rudy Jacob-
son. S E C ON D
ROW: Al Mattos,
Bob B r u m me r ,
Captain, Art Mat-
son, Ken Powers.
BOB BRUMMER . . .
All State and Group I First Team,
All Bergen County Teamg Bergen
County Player of the Yearg Bergen
County Jamboree Teamg Captain,
N. Y. News Bergen-Passaic Team.
ART MATSON . . .
Honorable Mention, Bergen County
Jamboreeg Honorable Mention, All
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Wvith four veteran starters returning, North Arlington fans expected much
from the 1951-55 basketball team. and they were not disappointed. Coach Wilbur
Ruckel's starting five of Bob llrummer, John lialalmvse, Art Matson, lid Hakim,
and Al Mattos, ably backed by Danny Calabrese, Rudy Jacobson, Ray Savage,
Richie Hakim, Ken Powers, and Charles. Murkofsky, set out early to prove its
The first game was a preview of things to rome. the Vikings romping to a
score of 100-54 with Brummer scoring 35 points. North Arlington won the next
three games handily before being upset by Harrison. Brummer and Company
then reeled off nine wins in a row, ineluding one over a strong Clifford Scott
team. Scotch Plains ended the Yikings' skein with an 82-TT victory, reversing an
ED HAKIM . . .
Bergen County Jamboree Team:
Honorable Mention, All Bergen
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FIRST ROW, left i ' -
to right: J. Corbo, -
R Nolan, G. Ieck,
I Hakim, G. len-
IHVIS, J. Colino.
SECOND ROW :
C Roland, R. Wa-
lmski, A. Inlan-
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C Murkofsky, A. l
Springer, Mr. T.
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earlier Yiking victory. Wins over l'a-saic Yalley and Wiallington preceded the last
game of the feafon againft Harrifon on N. Aff court in which the Yikings
completely revenged their earlier defeat hy an 83-61 triumph, with lirummer scoring
49 points and smashing Andy Masfeyk previous school record of -18. This boosted
llrummer's seasoifa total to 514. top, in Bergen County. The victory also gave
N. A. a regular seafon record of 16 wins and 2 losses.
North Arlington hreezed through the Bergen County Jumhoree with victories
over St. l.uke's of Ho-Ho-Kus and St. Cecilia of Englewood in the preliminaries
and Lodi in the finalf. The team thus hecame the first in North Arlington history
to he Bergen County Champs, with llrummer scoring T8 points to set a new
Next came the N.J.S.l.A.A. State Championships which saw' North Arlington
hecome Group l Section I Champs with a victory over Fort l.ee and then the
defeat of Mountain Lakes and Frenchtown to put it in the finals against Ocean
City. In a hearthreakingz. storybook finiah the Vikings lost by two points in
overtime alter they had led throughout most of the game. lirummer scored 109
points in the four State Tournament games to give him T01 for the Season, a total
which broke Sherman White's Bergen County scoring record of 693 which had
stood for eight years.
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Start of the half mile at Fifth Annual Booster Club Meet.
Ed Wnuck crosses finish line with a five-yard lead.
This year's track team had much uphill work
to accomplish. It followed an outdoor track
team that had won all but one dual meet.
However, coached by Mr. Paul Kelley and Mr.
Joseph Tully, the team upheld the tradition
of a strong track team at North Arlington.
Missing from this year's squad because of
graduation were such outstanding performers
of last years team as dash man Malcolm Mc-
Farland, quarter-miler Ronnie Jacobs, and
lllilCl' Yic Sommers. It took hard work by
everyone to make up for these losses.
Leading the team were co-captains Ted Trust
and Ed Wvnuck. Trust excelled in the 100 and
220 yard dashes and in his specialty, the broad
jump, in which he was Group I State Champion
and possessor of the school record. Wvnuck regu-
larly won the half-mile and helped spark the
mile relay team. Other consistent performers in-
cluded Bob Gaeckle in the shot put, Bob Steele
in the mile., and ,lack Maltby in the quarter-
Perhaps the real reason for the teamls great
success was the fact that while there were some
individual stars, they were backed up by a well-
rounded team that realized that each member
had to do his part if it was to win. If the future
track teams of North Arlington display this
same type of spirit, the Vikings will continue
to be one of the most powerful teams in its
TRACK EVENTS AND PERFORMERS
100 yard dash-Ted Trust, Gil Jordet, Rich
Hakim, Gene Pickel
220 yard dash-Ted Trust, Gil Jordet, Rich
Hakim, Gene Pickel X
440 yard run-Jack Maltby, Brett Moore,
880 yard run-Ed Wnuck, Dale Hart, George
Paffendorf, Ron Trust
Mile run-Bob Steele, John 'Rustia
Mile relay-Jack Maltbv, Ed Wfnuck, Bob
Steele, Brett Moore
Shot Put-Ted Trust, Bob Gaeckle, Ed
Wnuck, Doug Kientz
High ,lump-Rich Hakim
Discus-Bob Gaeckle, George Jenkins, Doug
Broad Jump-Ted Trust
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Walczuk. A. Springer. C. Puffemlorf. R. Gaecklv. I.. T. Wnuck, 1. Rustia, R. Steele. Coaches' Paul Kelly
Ronmlm, D. Trvnt. R. Foruy. U. Pivlfel, C0-Cnwptain Ted and Joseph Tully.
Trust. R. Ilalfinl, M. Srulrury. A. Prigge. KiNEELI.YG:
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Co-captain Wnuck sharpens final kicking power. C01-appgin Ted Trust practices u-inning
broad jumping form. 5
Coach Collins and Captain Calabrese discuss Vikings'
chances as Ralph Feniello anzl Henry Bruzza ivatcll
game in backgrouml.
Jimmy Sorce gives the signal as Mike Kurtz
awaits the pitch.
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In his 10th year as North Arlington High
School's baseball coach, Mr. Edwin 'fliipi'
Collins once again guided his team through a
As usual Coach Collins was faced with a prob-
l8lllQ this time it was how to fill the big hole
left in the infield by the graduation of last
year's captain and short stop, Ronnie Gian-
christofaro, and last year's second-baseman,
Teddy Kent. Replacements also had to be found
in the outfield for Charlie Buchanan, and on
the mound for Greg Janis. However, the
spirited play of Captain Dan Calabrese, Mike
Mousaw, Mike Kurtz, Ted Frey, and Bob
Brummer overcame these gaps.
The schedule certainly was a tough one. It
included games with such powerful teams as
Roselle and Clifford Scott. However, Calahrcse
and Company held their own.
Unce again North Arlington participated in
the Four County Conference which, in addition
to N. A., is made up of Roselle, Roselle Park,
Cranford, Harrison, and Clifford Scott. This
is quite an interesting league to be in, and the
competition is stiff. However, the North Arl-
ington team showed it could hold its own.
It was a hard fought season against strong
teams, but when the dust had cleared, the
Vikings had played baseball that they, and
the entire school, could be proud of.
Many of this year's players will graduate,
leaving Coach Collins once again to rebuild.
However, the talent on the present J. V. team
and the coaching skill of Mr. Collins should
combine to form another strong baseball team.
Bob Brummer whips fast one toward home plate.
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SEATED, left to right: I. Sorce, M. Kurtz. M. Mousau'
Captain Dun Culabrese, R. llrummer, T. Frey, R. Mc-
Gilvery, E. Deflngelo. STANDING: Coach Collins, P.
, Bieclcrman, T. Haggen. E. Lenkiewicz, R. Jacobson, J.
Calabrese, R. Savage. R. Feniello, R. Kuhfuss, H. Bruz-
za, A. Smith.
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21 Caldwell Away '
23 Roselle Park Away ,N X
26 Harrison Home " 'gl ' Q'-' ' HQ,
28 Cranford Home I" '
2 Roselle Home
6 Hawthorne Away
12 Clifford Scott Home
18 Caldwell Home
19 Roselle Park Home
24 Harrison Away
26 Cranford Away
2 Roselle Away
Mike Mousau: puts tug on Dan Calabrese at practice.
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The winning volleyball team of 1954-1955 displays
smiles of victory.
Maryann Brooks teaches batting techniques
to senior softball team.
A well-lmluileeil sports ItI'0Q,II'illll proviiles
your-rouml activity for ilu- girls ol' N. .-X.
ll. 5. Volleyball. llasketlpzill. softball. uiskit.
:mil tennis are l.t'Llllll'0ll LlliI'1li'llOllS ol' tliis
program. Limler thi- ilirvm-lion of Nlrs. Sufi'-
fens, llllb girls are given an 0ItIl0l'llllllly to
purtieipzlte in lleanllliy mul 4-njoyulmlv l'eerei1-
tion. rlltillll play ll'1lCllCS orgzuiiziition. sports-
mnnsliip, and the co-ormlinution of work.
Sports is u lrusic necessity for ll well-roimileil
personality and Ll need which N. A. H. 5.
realizes :mil meets. '
How to serve a tennis ball is demonstrated
by Ann Bromlev.
rapid volley is exchanged by Judy Hayden of the
Leaders Club team and Kitty Monahan.
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Senior girls gather around Mrs. Steffens
for an informal talk.
Left to right: Pat Koes,
Judy Hayden, Co-Cap-
tains Christine Gonis
and Kathryn Engelhard,
.lane Meikle, Clemi Dob-
son, Edith Kane, Camille
Della Volpe, Una Ran-
kin, and Angie Sciortino.
Left to right: Co-Captain
Christine Gonis, Edith
Kane, Co-Captain Kath-
ryn Engelhard, Judy
Hayden, and Pat Koes.
ACROSS PICTURE, left
to right: Camille Della
Volpe, Kathryn Engel-
hard, Co-Captaing Janie
Meikle, Angie Sciortino,
Clemi Dobson, Una Ran-
kin, Christine Conis,Co-
Captain, Judy Hayden,
Edith Kane, Roberta
Special Copy ......
U nderclassmen .............
Business Manager ............... ..................... R nth Ceravolo
Business Advisor ........
Official Photographer ...........
Mr. Winsor Nielsen
.Mrs. Mary Davidson
.Mr. Charles E. Todd, Todd Studios
North Arlington, N. J.
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Montclair, N. J.
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This edition of the Chrysalis,
product of the efforts of many and
published by the Senior Class of
1955, is the 19th edition of the
school yearbook. This year's book,
largest and most ambitious yet
undertaken in the school's history,
will, we hope, provide much en-
joyment for its readers.
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Trust. Nancy Ienikovsky, Ruth Ceravolo, Miss Auflesirk, Business Advisor. STANDING:
Ronald Skwerski, Lorraine Walinski, Marilou Lyman, Annette Vitale, Edith Kane, Kathryn .
Engelhard, Richard Trent, Robert Shapiro.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ascoli
Mr. and Mrs. G. Bannerman
and Mrs. Bertram Barker
Jack and Nancy Bartlett
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Biondi
Pat and Carmen Bosco
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Briante
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Bromley., Jr.
Mr. and Mrs H. Brown
Mr. and Mrs A. Bnlmmer
Mr. and Mrs R. A. Buckwald, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs M. Casella
Mr. and Mrs Robert Casotto
Gerard T. Cedrone
Mr. and Mrs M. Ceravolo
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Cerrina
Mr. and Mrs Vliiliiam E. Cleaver
Mr. and Mrs Ted Cobb
Mr. and Mrs Dominic De Angelo
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davidson
Mr. and Mrs Michael N. De Marco
Mr. and Mrs J. Douglas
Mr. and Mrs E. Dreesen
Mr. and Mrs William E. Engelhard
Mr. and Mrs William L. Engelhard
Mr. and Mrs Sol Feinberg
Mr. and Mrs Edward Fiore
Mr. and Mrs Joseph J. Flimlin
Mr. and Mrs Tilghman B. Frey, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs Eugen Fruehwald
Mr. and Mrs L. Caeckle
Mr. and Mrs James Gallagher
Mr. and Mrs H. Ceorgs
Mr. and Mrs. Wfilliam Godfrey
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gonis
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hakim
Mary and Emily Halliwell
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hayden
Mrs. Wilbur C. Hollands
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Hyer
William R. .lenikovsky
H. G. Kettle
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kurtz
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lawrence
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lech
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lenkiewicz
Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Lindquist
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Maiella
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matson
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis C. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mcflilvery
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGilvery
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman D. McManus
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mottola
Mr. and Mrs. VV. Mould
Mr. and Mrs. D. Mousaw
Mr. and Mrs. John Paciga
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pearce
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pena, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pena, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters
Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf VV. Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. A. Poplawski
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rivas
Mr and Mrs. Emest P. Ruggieri
Mr. J. F. Rustia
Mrs. J. F. Rustia
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sargent
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sastre
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schoch
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sciortino
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Skwerski
Mr. and Mrs. B. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sorce
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stecewicz
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Steele
Mr. and Mrs. George Stiehl, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stuert
Captain and Mrs. Arthur C. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Swetz
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tacv
Toy Shop, Newark Airport
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Trent
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Trezek
Mr. and Mrs P. Vitale
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walinski
Mr. and Mrs James Whittall
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williamson
Mr. and Mrs R. P. Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wnuck
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zondler
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry R. Anderson
Anne 81 Ivan
Charles M. Applegate
Mrs. Mary Applegate
Mrs. Helen Becker
Mrs. Phyllis Blumetti
Evelyn H. Bone
Mrs. H. Books
,Iohn M. Burke
Nancy Lee Burr
Mr. and Mrs. Cantalupo
Mrs. Vincent Capozzi
Isabel E. Capwell
Mrs. Carrie Casey
Frank Ceravolo ,51
Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Costa
Anthony P. Costa
Eileen F. Cunningham
Mrs. Charles Daughton
Mrs. Rose Distel
George E. Flimlin Q
Maryann Fraiese, '54
Vivian C. Fries
Mrs. Helen Froh
Mrs. Helen Gaeckle
Mrs. L. Giancristofaro
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. S. Gundaker
Thomas ,l. Hanlon
Peter J. Hartman
Mrs. A. Hintzc
Mrs. L. Hosking
The Hutter Family
Mrs. C. ,lacobus
Richard E. ,Ienikovsky
The Jorgensen Family
George Kaderis, '52
Mrs. Sylvia Katz
Mrs. Carl Kaufhold
Mrs. Pauline C. Kearney
Mrs. M. Kerwin
Mrs. Charles Leopold
Florence M. Little
Local Carrier Company
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. G. Malgady
Mrs. Robert Martin, Sr.
L. B. McCord
Robert McGilvery, jr.
Carol A. Meyer
Mrs. A. Miraglia
Arthur B. Moore
Mrs. Arthur B. Moore
Mrs. Frank A. Mottola
The Newell Family
Owen R. Nutto
Dorothy L. O'Malley
The Ostrom Family
Mrs. A. Potter
,lohn D. Price
Mrs. E. Rawding
The Rehnberg Family
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Gertrude Saf
Mrs. Anna Salek
Mrs. Jack Schoonmaker
Mrs. Marie Schroeppel
Angela R. Scucci
Mrs. A. Stamoulis
Joan M. Steele
Mary Lou Sullivan
Mary A. Sweetin
Mrs. E. Szymanski
Claude Thompkins, Jr.
Mrs. Jean Trust
Edward von der Lippe
Ronald Walinski, '57
Mrs. Dorothy WV right
Mr. and Mrs.
Joan Zondler, '53
Compl me is of
GOOD lUCK - 1955
Harrison, New Jersey
Kill Y SPRING!-'Il-'ID
TRIICKING C OMPAN Y
1231 Harrison Avenue
Kearny, New .Iersey
Sargent Motors, Inc.
Corner of Hedden Terrace
and Ridge Road
NORTH ARLINGTON NEW JERSEY
SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY . .
"Direct from Our Own Creamery" - Your Assurance of Quality
H. H. NEWTON 17 Forest Street
M. DAN NEWTON KE 2-3130 North Arlington, N. .l.
H. A. GREENE COMPANY
Serving the schools and athletic organizations of New Jersey
with dependable athletic equipment for over a quarter century.
Outfitters: North Arlington High School Athletic Teams
28 HALSEY STREET fNear Central Ave.J NEWARK 2, NEW JERSEY
Italian Dishes a Specialty
We Cater to Showers, Eanquets.
Weddings, and Parties up to 100
Pizza Served Every Night
After 8:00 P.M.
on Route 17
604 Ridge Rd. No. Arlington
Telephone KEarny 2-3957 Mltchell 2-5277 KEarny 2-4452
PLUMBING Sc HEATING
CONTRACTOR REAL ESTATE 0 INSURANCE
Oil Burner Installations NIORTCACES
.Iobbing Promptly Attended to
A. L. Davidson,
73 DEVON STREET P"'S"'e"f
M. E. Davidson, 790 Broad St.
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J. Se1"y.-Trvas. Newark 2, N. ,I
K E M P
MACHINE 8, T00l
27 PORETE AVENUE
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
J f .
0 ' A 1 -J .
4 1' uf 'Q A
F. J. FIELITZ
CLEMENT M. BRIERLEY
Hrierley's Funeral Service
211 Ridge Road
North Arlington, New Jersey
Telephone KEarny 2-0150
39 River Road
North Arlington, N. J.
SELL - SERVICE - RENT
Generators, Pumps. Chain Saws
85 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J.
Qlf.-I LITY MEA TS
RIDGE SWEET SHOPPE
COUNTRY CLUB ICE CREAM
Biggest Sodas, Sundaes, and Malts
269 Ridge Road North Arlington
KE 2-0446 KE 2-1037
The WHELJN SALES ,-ICENCY
Wiillium Wolper, Pharmacist
- A We Deliver -
l Ridge Road Cor. Belleville Pike
North Arlington, N. ,l.
SERVICE COMPANY, Inc. PROCESSING Inc
KE 2-2489 Charles Orobio
17-29 CRYSTAL STREET
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
S. Felsenfeld, B.S.
S. J. Greenstein, Ph.G.
EMERALD DRUG STORE
Phone: KE 2-5987
Cor. Elm Street
368 Belleville Pike Arlington
4 14.55795 fc
4 1 . I 1
J' , J 4 --Q. -
Prospect Avenue Delicatessen
203 Prospect Ave. North Arlington, N. J.
Good Coffee Horton's Ice Cream
C h a t t e r la o x
Props.-Nancy and .lack Bartlett
Carmen and Pat Bosco
189 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Grobel's Esso Station
450 RIDGE ROAD
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. I.
E a g a n ' s
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
Bernie's Variety Store
Next to A. Sz P. Super Market
Toys -- Paints --- Hardware - Houseware
10 Ridge Park Drive
KEarny 2-1214 Free Delivery
H0'l'he'5e"'5 Wiener's Apparel
Delicatessen and Grocery Store --C,,,dte ,O Collegett
53 Gold Street North Arlington 9 Ridge Road North Arlington
380 Belleville Turnpike
Property Repair Company
Painting, Decorating :Q
N h A l' N
on ""g'0" ew Jmey 14 Abbott Place North Arlington
Kearny 2-3281 ,
Holiday House laundry
"We Pick Up and Deliver"
Tuesday - Thursday
t V I N G
M0 KE 2-8844
Walter Falck, Jr., '42
92 Grant Avenue Kearny, N. .l. 148 Ridge Road North Arlington
HEnderson 5-6565 KEarny 2-5734
Service ---- Fuel Oil
Coal -v Coke
109 Wallis Avenue Jersey City, N. .l.
Spartan Sweet Shoppe
31 RIDGE ROAD
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. .l.
KE 2-4556 Free Delivery
White Rose Delicatessen
1. c. and J. s. HORN
384 Belleville Pike
North Arlington New Jersey
The Landis Shops
Ladies' dc Children's Apparel
"Where a Smart Shopper Stops
For Women 81 Children Value Tops'
45-53 Ridge Road North Arlington
2 GREAT STORES
77 GOLD STREET
"After All, It Takes a Baker"
Specializing in Anniversary, Party
and Wedding Cakes
323 Ridge Road 98 Ridge Road
Lyndhurst, N. J. No. Arlington, N. J.
CE 8-5168 KEarny 3-4194
Motor Tune-Up KEarny 2-9743
Nick's Sunoco Service
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Belleville Tpke. 81 Devon Street
Kearny, New Jersey
Nick Motto, Prop.
R. Pierre, Jeweler
DIAMONDS 0 WATCHES 0 JEWELRY
Fine Watch Repairing
15 Ridge Road No. Arlington, N. J.
Tel. KE 2-9292
One of the Better Drug Stores
Camera Supplies - Sporting Goods HGfdil19 Pharmacy
Samuel Clott, Ph.G. - Samuel Weiss, Ph.G.
801 Kearny Avenue 312 Harrison Ave.
KE 2-6615 HA 4-4327 48 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Ice Cream Magazines
Ridge lumber Company
Lumber and Millwork vllluge sweet
Greeting Cards M Luncheonette - Toys
241 Ridge Road
KEarny 2-1828 North Arlington 18 Ridge Park Drive North Arlington
PRIME MEATS I FROZEN FOODS
GROCERIES 0 FRUITS 0 VEGETABLES
858 Kearny Avenue Arlington, N. .l.
Gild-N-Son Mfg. 8. Sales
4 Seasons Anodized Aluminum
Combination Storm Windows and Doors
328 Belleville Pike
Kearny New Jersey
BLOUSES 0 DRESSES 0 SKIRTS
36 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J. KE 3-5455
Elite Barber Shop
285 Ridge Road No. Arlington, N. J.
374 BELLEVILLE PIKE
NORTH ARLINGTON NEW JERSEY
Open Sundays and Holidays
KEarny 2-2896 Night: KEarny 2-1765
Thomas Meloro 8. Son
271 Ridge Road No. Arlington, N. J.
Opposite Holy Cross Cemetery
Thos. P. Goffredo, Manager
KEarny 2 5724
Tremarco Coal Company
BLUE COAL 0 KOPPERS COKE
203 Ridge Road North Arlington N
Congratu ations and Good Luck
Jay Arnold Shops
btvles for DAD N LAD
43 Ridge Road North Arlington
Bonny Dell Farms
231 MEADOW ROAD
RUTHERFORD N J
The Bottle Shop
592 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. I.
Hours 8 am to 8 pm KEarny 2 7197
Thomas the Tailor
First Class Cleaning Dyeing dc Tailoring
Dress Well Press and Succeed
165 Ridge Road North Arlington N J
Slip Covers Made to Order
Otto s Decorators
New Furniture of Every Description
575 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J.
Heartiest Congratulations to the
CLASS OF 1955
The Peters Family
Fristik 8. Degerdon
Radio 8: Television Service
269 Ridge Road North Arlington,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schleider
.Iohn D. Crane 8. Sons
241 Kearny Avenue Kearny, N
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Petersen A Friend
Dr. M. Kessler
Kearny Federal Savings
and loan Association
614 KEARNY AVENUE
ARLINGTON, N. J.
North Arlington Office
49W RIDGE ROAD
Mr. and Mrs John Pena, Sr A Friend
WaIter's Prime Meat Market
203 Prospect Avenue
North Arlington New Jersey
Ridge Park Barber Shop
16 RIDGE PARK DRIVE
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
I6 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. J.
The Friendly Family Shoe Stores
364 Kearny Ave.- --Arlington, N. J.
KE 2-9712 308 Harrison Ave. -f --Harrison, N. J.
Kirk Catering Service
121 RIDGE ROAD
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J.
Kate's Beauty Salon
KEarny 2-2289 843 Kearny Ave.
Edlin's Prescription Pharmacy
Ridge Road and .launcey Ave.
North Arlington, N. J.
Band Box Fashions
Lingerie -- Sportswear
KEarny 2-6638 F. Humiston, Reg. Ph. 59216 Ridle RDI!! NO' Arlington
KE 3,9537 KEarny 2-9812 KEarny 2-9649
Terry's Sweet Shoppe
Brick Work - Plastering D d Mlk T ki P
Concrete Work ot an I 1 e uretz iw, rops.
37 Eagle Street North Arlington, N. J. 382 Belleville Pike No. Arlington
Dixie 8. Nick's Texaco Service
330 River Rd. Y- Phone KEarny 2-9738
"The Best Friend your car has ever had"
Weltz Fuel Oil
Oil Burners -A Fuel Oil
221 Prospect Avenue North Arlington
KE 2-9696 Delivery Service
Acme Quality Food Market
GROCERIES 0 VEGETABLES 0 MEATS
98 Ridge Road North Arlington, N. .l.
Ridge Park Friendly Service
353 Ridge Road North Arlington
KEarny 2-9051 KEarny 2-3926
Melrose Hair Stylist
The Home of Smart Coilfures
146 Ridge Road North Arlington
Flowers for All Occasions
379 Ridge Road North Arlington
KE 3-9339 Infants to Teens
580 Ridge Road
North Arlington, N. .l.
Boys' and Girls' Wear
Correct laundry Company
Complete Laundry Service-Dry Cleaning
Rug Shampooing and Storage
Joe's Bake Shop
578 Ridge Road
22-40 Crystal Street North Arlington CAKES ROLLS
KE-amy 2-8541 X-Ray Fitting KE.my 2,9629 Excellent p,,,kg,,g
K r 0 U S e r ' S Rocky's Diner
Sundial Shoes Breakfast - Lunch - Dinners
Shoes for All the Family
Fast Clean Service
Only Diner open 24 hours in No. Arlington
43 V2 Ridge Road North Arlington. N. J.
H. Krauser North Arlington 11 River Road St Belleville Turnpike
Flemmg's Delicatessen The Graduating Class
203 PROSPECT AVENUE
NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J. North Arlington New Jersey
ATHLETICS BOOSTERS CLUB
COM PLI M ENTS OF
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Carr. Secretary ...Joseph Flimlin
Treasurer ....... H. J. Turner
COMPLIMENTS M0ntcIair 3-1660 Edwin J. 0'Malley
A- R- 5A"0R'T0 consmucnon
CONTRACTORS 0 ENGINEERS
15 BAY STREET
MONTCLAIR, N. J.
STUDENT COUNCILS of the North Arlington Hugh School
HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
E dward Hakim
Camille Della Volpe
Miss Emma M Audeslrk 1 r John Kaelln
NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL P T A
President ..,..... Mrs. Arthur Reichard Corr Sccy Mrs Rosario Macaluso
Ist Vice Pres ..,.. Mrs. Leonard Barnett Rec Svc v Hrs Bernard Wasserburger
2nd Vice Pres ......,.. Miss Nancy Walsh Treasurer Mrs John Olandt
HiSl0fllllH Mrs Alfred L Davidson
THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL P T A.
WOODROW WILSON SCHOOL P T A
WASHINGTON SCHOOL P T A
A P MUZZIU
58 ALI AN DRIVE
NORTH ARLINGTON N J
C USS Nohonul Honor Society
of NORTH ARLINGTON
Preszdent .............,..,... Robert Shapiro
Vwe Preszdent ..........,....... Edith Kane
Eth el Kook
I - cHmuEAo:ns
Class of 19 6
The VIKING SAGA
North Arlmztan Hugh School
Offzczal Student Publzcatzon and
Yearly Subscnpuon 50 cents
Rlchard Trent Robert Shapiro
I' R I RUTH SCHWEICKHARDT
CAROLE STEINMETZ SHARON MILLER
Rec Secretary Chaplazn
CAM 0 1955
The Class al T957 The Class al T959
The Class al T958 The Class of T960
BETTY GLO ELLH1 PATTI SUSE
CLARE MAR CAROLYN CHRE
JUDY VIV PHYL RUTH ANN
JOAN AR CAROLE JAN GRACE
EDNA P. . , PHYL MARILYN
IEANNE B. C""""'Q','e"'s JOAN RUTHIE
SUSIE B. of ' e GLORIA H. JUDY BROOKSIE
MAGGIE G. 5 C. EDNA Y. 1955
FRAN D. ' DOTTIE S. POP FRAN
PHYLLIS F. FLO S. ANGIE CONNIE
WINNIE Y. MARILOU
MARY LOU CARYL
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kindness and hard work.
Mr. Todd in conference with Editor
Tell Trust find Nancy Jenikovsky.
The Chrysalis is proud of its repu-
tation for having outstundingly fine
senior portraits, thanks to Mr. Todd
of Todd Studios.
Uur Frien ds
Sid, Al, and Ray
Jolly good friends
To you and to me.
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