North Arlington High School - Chrysalis Yearbook (North Arlington, NJ)

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Y nj, 4 -ir ,U .w Vi' ,,, , 'I .ri if" Foreword Forward, westward, outward, over mountain ranges, desert plains, be- yond oceans, and across continents man moved until he had encompassed the world. Man inspected the things ot his earth, the elements ot his universe, and accepted their causes. ln these causes, through science, he found basic laws, which he used to sirnplity and unity nature. His superstitions and myths were replaced by what he learned to be truth. Copernicus and Galileo put the earth in its place, Newton tied the earth to the planets by a web ot gravitation, and Einsteins theories gave man a new concept ot matter. Man harnessed electricity to fforlc tor him. He imitated the birds, ard now goes beyond them. The unknown be- came the known and the complex became simple. Thus begins a new age. In this hrst international Geophysical Year, the "enemy, who is port ot rnan, made a satellite and moved torward and outward to where the sky is black, and broke the gravitation barrier. Lil-ce a butterfly treed trom the prison of his CHRYSALIS, man broke outward in the year ot i957. We dedicate this CHRYSAUS to man and the history ot mon, to the .niernational Geophysical Year, and to the scientists and explorfrs .-he . . . fs f fbwng ininfitv to uf. Table ot Contents Foreword . ..,, ,, 1 Title Page .,...., .. 2 81 3 Administration . ., 4 Heads of Departments 81 Faculty . .. 5 Stott , . 8 Dedication , 9 Seniors . .. .'lO Underclosses .. . .30 Sports .. . , 38 Activities .,.. 50 Atterword . , .88 NORTH ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J Published by the Senior Class ' Edited by Nancy Hfwb 2 L! 5 4 Y CNE: X? off DR. GEORGE I. THOMAS MRS. MARY DAVIDSON Superinfendenf of Schools Acfing Principal ADMINISTRATION MRS. LOTTABEL MCCORD MRS- ISABEI- CAPWELL Direcfor of Junior High School Direcfor of Guidance 5 f --hh,- J' we Mr Kenneth Bradford Social SfUdl9S H ,gal iisung' Mr George E Flnmlm Scfence 1' Mrs Dorothy Bolan B S d Busfness Educahon Department Heads 4 4 fi .psf Mnss E1helKook Languages FACULTY xii Iii? Mr Norman Cherry Mr Edwnn Collms Music Englzsh Socral Studres Gln'- . . A ,A l lv ' h if 1 l ' l 3 f 5 - , ,g.f'.., iq 1 l ' 53531 -Iiifllfi ' ,X 2 .M-A- 5 I it MA. .wggf W F Z -.. V' '. MA' 'vs- fr 5 ,Q ' . K ' .IL V: V 1. , fi 'rf ffkf:,l'i'j ,I A A P ,- f55?'351'F5if- 31 .iff 1 ., . . ': Q-::fef'41-f?ff1:'?2. :sr be ' if - ,- 1:1ffg4zjL',4,ff.I1If' - :gif w i, ,Mft ,- M e 1 .ff,if?rf','fxf" if seg we if-'flu A - ' A Mr. ' ' M-A. B.S. 'yy 'fih n r vl y -A I' . J.. f . . E A , A. x ,- I l I , 'M - X 4 : X lu! M.A. 5.5. , A , S tv! kv Mr Wulbur Ruckel Business Educafnon AN Ski Wunsor Nxelsen English Mr JohnM Burke M Science Mafhemaflcs Drrver Educahon ag, iq. Mr John Defels B P E Mechanical Drawmg rf . f A 2 ii ' W B. . 4 ' "X 1 ,Qv K, . ,x c A + - ifff A . .2 H K g . :Q I Miss Erika Erskine X Mr, Lee Farber if I J h' V MV' Edward G'-7H09h9V B.A. MA. ' m 5 B.A, Junior High J Guidance 6 I Junior High -Q 0 Q' , S 1-an , , , i xr, xx J' f ,eu fl Mr, John Kaelin Mrs. Madeline Kearns A. M.A. Mafhemaiics Mrs. Mae Lubben B.S. Junior High N 4 L . Q-of .9 Mr. Peier V. Perroita B.S. lndusfrial Arfs X Junior High Mrs. Cafherine Manning M,-5A Dorothy Moreland B.S. Junior High junior High Mr, David G, Pheihean B.S. Ed. Junior High my i Mr. Louis Recchia Mr. Rober1Sounders Mrs, Helen S. Romer M.Ed. M.S. B.S. Ed. Aff Business Educafion Junior High 6 Mrs. Florence Gebbie ,A Miss Beatrice Genovese MY- Neil Gerard A B M A B S English, Lalin, Guidance Social Sludies Science 'ir A 1' -X 3 x A Mr. George A. Kelley English, Journalism ,. . 3 -7 6 .- -1 Miss Dorothy O'Malley Mr, Alphonse Parelli M,A. BA, Home Economics I Junior High e lb ' i -in s fi Q' y ' f 1 f. L i 'L Mr. Michael Praschak lik' B.A, "Y English, Dramafics -A ,W 5' -x qi 'ii' Mrs. Evelyn Sirotof Mrs. Madeline Sfeffens 8.5, B.P.E. Library Physical Educafion Mr, Paul Kelley Physrtal Eclucafion Fa of Q-fr xg 4., Miss Despina Pulas B.A. French, English -1. --sz 2 rv, 12? Na Miss Gloria Perrine B.A. Mafhemafics l A Q y Z, -Q ll .. lf . tl I Mr. Charles M. Weigand B.S.Ed. Business Educafion 7 I I' V' 5 3. JO iI f II . MRS' MADEUNE JENSEN Miss ALEXANDRA HENDERSON Secrefary Nurse Guidance Office MAIN OFFICE STAFF I ww , - ' Mrs. Edna VoIIand, Secretary: Mrs. Rosalind Leeds, Attendance Officer' and Mrs. Emily McManus, Secretar Y. MR. WILLIAM KELLY Cusiodian QIXII ' mi O - -r X vi. -'-ri . I . f . Y I ii I I Ii, 'MI Il Nxly . NI ' .xii . 'J E WQI ' ' I ag I f , 1Ir I-1 Q CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Frances Barile, Mrs. Florence Perret, Mrs. Dorothy Burgess, and Mrs. Carrie Casey, Cafeferia Supervisor. MR. ALFRED MOORE Cusfodian ' X kk Y , . . MR. RAYMOND SC Custodian T.. HAEFFER I x F . 9 I .Q The Boosters' Club holding a regular meeting. Seated around the table are: Mr. C. Heins, Mr. J. Fristik, Mr. T. Gilmore, Mr. L. Girardy, Mr. J. Sullivan, Mr. A. Reichard, Mr. E. Robb, Mr. D. Fraiese, Mr. H. Turner, Mr. C. Anderson, Mr. J. Mauro, Mr. W. Holbert, Mr. A. Brown, Mr. H. Reichard, Mr. C. Havel, and Mr. J. Stahl. Ot the seven tounders of the Boosters' Club, three are still active members. They are Mr. J. Stahl, former Superintendent of Schools W. Halbert, and Mr. H. Among the past president are, FIRST ROW: Turner' Mr. A. Brown Mr. C. Havel, Mr, H. Turner, Mr. C. Heins, Mr. T. Gilmore. SECOND ROW: Mr. A. Reichard and Mr. J. Fristilr. Many fine services are done us each year by the Boosters' Club. Among these is the opera- tion ot the refreshment stand at all football games. n 9--. DEDICATION The Class ot T958 is happy to dedicate this yearbook to the NAHS Boosters' Club, an organization that for years has dedicated itself to help- ing in every way possible to make our school better in athletics and in all other aspects. Current otticers at the club are Mr. E. Robb, Sr., Recording Secretary, Mr. D. Fraiese, Vice-President, Mr. G. Jeck President, Mr. H. Turner, Treasurer, and standing? Mr .l Mauro, Sr., Corresponding Secretary. Another job well done by the men ot the club is announcing at our tootball and basketball games. Here at work are Announcer H. Turner and Mr. T. Gilmore, w o operates the electric clock and the scoreboard. TIIIE ...Q-, p 'i ARLINGTON ool 'Y-:Q 9 72 ww-n .L.....-i- Q , Ny" ", P i xiii. There were A" scientists, teachers, explorers who made great c rlbutions to man's search for knowledge. - 'fa Mzf-,,KPrometheus broughlfu nd knowledge. Socrates' taught Aristole who taught the western 'world how to think te' reason and the nawre of knowledge. , '- .MoseS, Jksufsfdnd Molfltlmmedp B dha, Con- .: fusciUexandffiao-Tiemltaught men th ways of f f God andj.how--to olriby Him. - 'V Kfoperniqls, Gnlileo,kBac,on, Newto Dar- vfin looked 'hgfand gui-vlnthouf fear f the knowledge-lwhachglhey Xwould ang. the which! they.3,wo'uld, deslrox. crossed thgoch n, Balboa the af DQfCm'l,'ff1 3g.MageIlan flehre wosnn to space, gave gsm the l all they- have ,f- C-unn-.g -Af, lm 9 C79 ... ',p' U'y I Secretar Honor Societ Secretary, Student Council if Y CLASS Ol ALICE MARGARET CAMPISI "AH that is lair, is by nature good." "Alice" . . . college prep . . . a smile for everyone . . . efticient Secretary of Student Council and Honor Societ . S y . , May Day songstress . . . rock and roll tan . , . talented pianist , . . S,E.A. 2 years . . . sureefire success. President, Student Council Vice-President, Honor Society LAWRENCE MITCHELL REICHARD 'lNone but himself can be his parallel." "lar" . . . college prep , . . energetic head of Student Council . . . athletically inclined toward football and track . . . Honor Society ll yeari, Vice-President , . . amiable . . . summer life guard . , . always a gentleman , . . future Medicine man. Treasurer, Student Council BARBARA JOAN KUKLA "A constant lriend is a thing rare and hard to findfl "Barb" , , . energetic sports fan . labors endlessly over Viking Saga . . . Tri-Y and S,E.A. Veep . . . Student Coun- cil Treasurer . . . racoon coat . . . Honor Society Q2 yearsl . . . Leaders' Club i3 yearsl . , , future Physical Ed. Teacher. Editor, Chrysalis NANCY ELLIN RAUB "lt matters not how long we live, but how." "Nance" . , . a constant worker . . . S.E.A. L4 yeorsl, President C2 yearsl . . . county typing contest winner . , . Honor Society i2 yearsi . , . college prep . . . "Chips" . . . Leaders' Club l2 yearsj . . . Trenton State , . . Business Ed, Teacher. Co-Editor, Chrysalis JUDITH ANN FRAZIER "Music has charms alone for peaceful minds." "Judy" . . . business course . . . cheery co-captain of cheerleaders . . . Chrysalis . . . Leaders' Club K2 yeorsb . . . hastens to be helplul . . . friendly, gay . . . popular pianist . . . active in many May Days . . . Private Secretary. 'N-1 fn 958 LEADERSHIP 11" 'UN t President, Senior Class Vice Presldent Student Councrl GEORGE JECK JR The world knows nothing ts greatest men George college prep so t spoken handsome football 4 years valuable basketball player 4 y a s bug blue eyes gultarlst baseball 4 yearsl swnmmnng enthusl as Montclair State Physlcal Ed Teacher Secretary Semor Class JOAN ANN SIMPSON Eyes of unholy blue Joan blond and blue eyed cheerleaders co captain oranges and Mr Collins college prep Who me? unodvertlsed art talent Leaders Club 2 years watty Clvrysals football fan Prnvate Secretary President, Honor Society CHARLES ARTHUR Mumcorskv A proper man as one shall see n a summers clay Charlne all around sports man football 4 years basketball 4 years baseball 4 years dandy debater Student Councrl physrcs enthusiast May Day performer Honor Society 2 years ambntlously working towu Vrce President Semor Class GEORGE STEPHEN JENKINS Good at a light but better at olay Geo college prep frosh pres: dent all around athlete basket ball 42 yeorsl track lfi yearsj You ve got to be a football hero team captain Physncal Ed Teacher of tomorrow Treasurer, Semor Class Treasurer, Honor Socrety JOHN OLANDT e world was worthy of such men Stan class money man C2 yearsl mnsses US Hnstory I fruendly lnkeable college prep Honor Socxety l'I year! Student Councnl Slide Rule Club notable football man future Cnvrl Engmeer 1505 1 fr- SW ur-"' 1' at buf' q-r""" f' DN Q27 M-i JAMES ALLAN EUGENE F. BIANCHINI LAWRENCE ANTHONY BLUMETTI "A good laugh is sunshine in a house." "Seek sailor, the safe harbor" "His limbs are cast in manly mold, For hardy sports and contest bold." "Jim" . . . general course . . . con- "Ace" . . . business course . . . toot- stantly working on '50 Chevy con- ball t2 yearsi ...tireless weightlitter "Blu" , , . general , . . well-suited vertible . . . Chem Lab enthusiast ..,tree and easy nature.. .quiet lor athletic teams . . , football I4 . . . quiet, but friendly . . . a smile in class-a real talker out of school years? . . . baseball 14 yearsj . . . for everyone . . . pet peeve1 English , . . plans to serve Uncle Sam in the 'What?' '.., mischievous . . . nix orals . . . entering working world, Navy, on homework and teachers , . . toot GEORGE BOLLINGER "lt's a mad world. Mad as bedlamf "George" . , . general course . . Audio Visual Aids 4 yearsb 4 . . re- citing radio commercials his specialty , . . "goes" tor hill-billy music , . . efficient phonograph operator for school dances , , . future Trattic Manager. iv' -42' i 14 GEORGE THOMAS BROWN "Dream your troubles away." loose and fancy tree . . . can't wait lor graduation. ROSEMARIE CAIOLA "Sugar and spice and everything niceg That's what this girl is made of." Y "Tom" . . . general course , . , ho rod driver . . . Bronader-Praco, Inc. . . . '58 Ford . . . spare time gun collector . . . mischievous smile . . toll, bashtul , . . dark, wavy hair . , future Mechanic. 1 'N "Ro Ro" , . . live foot two . . . cute little mischief-maker . . . gallant Glee . Clubber . . . likes black Cardigans. . . commercial . . . Home Economics en- thusiast , . . Secretary . . . eagerly anticipates graduation, 72 .v"' wif' LYNNE ELIZABETH CANALEY JOHN CARACCIOLA FRED CARREO "Without laughter there is no joy." "Life is too short to wastef' "All nature wears one universal grin "Lynne" . . , college prep . . . friend- "Jack" . . . general course . . . de- "Freddie" . . . business course ly, out-going . . . effervescent cheer- pendable drummer C4 yearsi . . . thrives On discussions in Human Rela leader ll yearl . . . likes Cape Cod, Harding Drugs . . . tall, sandy-haired, lions . . , wavy blond hair people , , . tall red head . . . con- muscle-bound weight lifter . . . dance rtitest smile . . . Naval Reserves mem stantly laughing and having fun , . . band i4 yearsi . . , looking forward ber , l . Career in the Navy Physical Ed. Teacher of the future. to graduation, MARILYN KIDD CLARK JEANNE ANN COLANDO FRANK CUMMINGS "The only way to have a friend "Her face is sweet, her HA Qood hear' is belle' 'han all is to be one," thoughts are kind, 'he l1e0ClS in 'he world," A finer girl is hard to find." , "Mar" . . . business . , . 103 pounds "Frank" . , , class Tony Curtis . , . of dynamite . . . Since when do "Jeannie" . . . commercial , . . im- D0U9l95 Florist - 4 - h0"'d'P0l"l9d Scotsmen have tempers? , . . NAAC port from California three years ago Ford - r r 5l'0"'9f 5lle"'7 lYP9 - r - . . . Junior Achievement . . . Leaders' Club L3 yearsi . . . twirler . . . spirited sports girl . . . Secretary or Hospital Worker. ei! . . . blue-black tresses . . . strives for better typing . . , knows more ways to crinkle her face than anyone else . . . likes dancing . . . volleyball . . . Secretary. obliging, constantly willing to help . . , flair for Human Relations , . . Jersey City arrival . . . college prep. THOMAS H CZAYA Obllgmg and cheerful V: t lk Q hs' 62.7 go!" 'V PATRICIA LOUISE CZUBA SAMUEL R055 DENSLER ,- ue ,S , 9 C, ,-,ch syone He who has a thousand f d mdusfraous and lund rlen s best plarn set Sam Caesar Q f wealth of wut me ueen o Peace trans a b Usmess Specfufor friend college prep course fer thus year easy gonng sports accorduon vlrtuoso 'rock team 41 Y9UVl 53 PlYm0'-'ll' amiable supports the BawlO daffy over dancmg forever scurry Slev'-W5 l"5l'l'-'le of T9Ch"'0l09Y Drome enloys basketball mg to and fro music muslc musnc Mel0llU"9'C0l Engmeef college prep attracted to short Fndelnty Unnon Chrysalrs glrs colle e GEORGE S EAST g partlal to Pennsylvanua dreams of college THOMAS EDWARD ESPOSITO RAYMOND LAWRENCE FRAIESE Th e greater man the greaier courtesy ln UI 1 d q e ness an confidence Success begins wlth a fellows will shall be your strength George amlable a ay college prep zeal for goodloolung general Ace sp: tall soft spoken chemlstry friendly srncere fellow wnth the T square a real pamc V k I mg baseball pltcher K4 yearsj football 44 YeU"5l llkes U an semor lustory Interested general course amlabl A F e words good laugh baseball C2 yearsl lr orce Draftsman f o wlt gym hns natural favorite constantly cuttm ca 9 pers hopmg fo, C fuyure on fhe base Career Paper Winner Doctor of ball dlam d on tomorrow Q' 43" vrfjs rf' -iv' yr ,Y ' iv . , 11 - - n - - - - " ' " I I ' ' ' " " . . . ' . . . a f' H 11 - HP 'H - ' l I . I . I 11 H 11 - " ' ' ' ' ," ,, 1, ff A . . - . l 'HI ' HR 11 . . A . I I - u 11 H - 11 - - ' . y 1 , . I ' .7 fy " ' rl' . ' 'fd we . 'ff' Q r A . . N . I .-1, N K 1 JOSEPH FRANCELLO ROBERT GILLOW CAROL ANN GOULD "Ga where glory waits thee." "A dream itself is but a shadow." "The secret of life is in art," "Joe" , general . . , State "Bob" . . . college prep . . , truck "Carol" . . . business course . . . Championship Miler C2 yearsj . , , man 63 yearsl . . , known for his friendly , . . oft times quiet. . . an track captain . . . football 12 yeqrgj rock collection . . . follower of Bela- Gnlrrlal l0Ver . . . Bell Telephone . . . . . . enjoys hunting, fishing . . . easy fonte . . . extremely interested in the pleasant smile . . . dogs and horses to get along with . . . pet peevez role Sciences . . . Camera Club, President her artistic SPeClClllY . - - F.H.A. ll players . . . hoping for college , . . . . . u career in Geology. yearl . . . future in Business world. Physical Ed. Teacher. RONALD ANTOON GROOS JOHN HAKIM JAMES HOWEU "lndustry is t'ortune's right hand." "Wit is the salt of conversation." "His fwfr Shall be Of Whfll C0l0r it please God." "Ronnie" . . . general course . . . "Johnny" . . . college prep , . . main office assistant C4 yearsj . . . had friendly: always ready for fun . . , Hllmli - - - fed hair and freckles . . . fun in French l . . . a whiz at the football 63 yearsl . . . basketball 12 likes fishing, lW"'ll'19 A - - 'rock CT ditto and mimeograph machines . . , YGGVSD - t - interested in photography, Yeufl v - - We0kf1eSS fo' CGFS - - V f0O1- friendly, helpful to all . . . Travel Carpentry . . . greatest dislike: role ball 42 Yeoffl - - V 5l"Y, mischievous Agent' players...future in Science. Smile - - ' Ch'Y5Ull5 - - - C0mlCGl Cl'lQl'ClCfeI' . . . general COUTSE. 'X 9'1" I' DIANA HELENE ISAKSEN DIANE GERALDINE To a young at heart ,- Ii 'C' Kfo- fi? YN JOHNSON DOMINICK .I .IUNO l am happiest when farthest from A friendly smcere fellow everything ts fun my pen and book full of ambrtron and ability business course Leaders I commercua course a Dom commercial but hopnng Clu Cl yeorl asset to gnrs ardent talker adversnty to for college lrkes woodworknng basketball team Chrysalvs struct teachers lust hates to Glee Club young man wnth fancy footwork peppy cheerleader homework Grand Unuon a orr nnmble footed on the ll yearj that lust scrubbed look Good bye sweet U S Htstory l dance floor homework grubber Business cd Teacher of the future Glee Club Q3 yearsl F H A Chrysalis .5 Q ., Q ,X ah . f R I 1 ' , I "Di"... ' ' "Di" , ,, ' ...tll " " . , , ' ' ' do ' 5. 'frh ' " "He "" A ' , ' "'P t" . .. er- "KT" - - - ' ' f'Bill" . . . ' ly: '-' - ' t X 3' year PATSY J .IUNO e whole of chlvalry IS nn courtesy a college prep mann a true gentleman a hutch hnker of long standlng haunts e shop hoprng for college mann goal loads of money ROBERT KALICKI has no malice ln his mrncl a 58 Dodge recreatnon league basketball and baseball par tucnpant current Interests tropucol fish sktn duvnng ex weught lrfter qunet ambxtxous college prep 0 WILLIAM L KILLORN Life rs a fest and all things show rt tireless track star college mmded popular comedian soft spoken star of .lunuor History smcker before o smule wrthstood the duress of Physucal Futness Test slt ups future Ac countant -of RAYMOND JOSEPH KOPET Ray commercnal ouch' 4, NAOMI PAULA KRAUS ROSE AN N LA MONICA A tall body leaves room f of Nofhmg 15 fmpggglble 90 U lt IS a friendly heart that has a big hear! wlllm h g earl plenty of friends Calm and cool Pun busuness course Vllrmg those low cenllngs' let ers an Amencan Club effluent Vnlung 5090 ll Yeflfl Wafdmbe P059 English IV has pet peeve culhvated Saga Business Edntor l3 yearsl Setter Jefse Cv w ve n hus halr Forsythes l y y Import Gee Club fhe perenmgl volunyeer bubbling wnth fun and frlendluness quiet unassuming swlmmmg flsh O to b b k 9 qc ,n lndmnol Chrysalis Glee Club color In Merchandnsung fut N STEWART IRVING L ure urge guard hreles Secretary ANG RUTH MARILYN LEVINE ELIZABETH ANNE LEWIS Kind h earts are more than coronets Wflfe In e U5 one who loves Sflence rs the perfect h ld f era 0 ,oy hrs fellowmen u general course former Bent' bU5""e55 COUYSG ly of Lyndhurst sports follower Ruth general course FHA STEPS 50f'lY ffvnifef lV0fT1 Queen shy Seldom gpeuks U,-,less spoken Q1 yegfj llkes horseback ,-,dmg of Peace volleyball enthusuast doles out lunch to anyone and experienced at sewung coolung A fl Ye null-'fUllY veryone future In Accounting guidance omce alde ll yearl 900d HCV-"'ed M405 0nY'l"f'9 bllle loves to talk plans to be a Duet: Glee Club fl Yeflfl fUfUf9 clan Homemaker i Secreta ry 19 X- 1 9 1. -'v 'O 121 . ,, ,, . . . . ff A A . ,, . , ,, - H 'f " . . - ' ... . "No".,. - NRO".-A ' " W .... Y ' ' . . . ' h' K ' - - ' 0 i ' ' . . . . . . . . . ' A ' ' ' ' - - - . I . V y I . . I i I t ' H h, . . A,, - ' ' I V A ' 'g,,, " . 4 ' stypist...Private ,, . H ,, . H - - . In HS' ,, A l . I . A D . 'H H H I I l . l A U H H ' I A to . . . , , , l 'l V ' I ' . . . F.H. . K arl . . . .f"' ' - -. .Q-if T 1 f" f, . ' X 9 f fN xxfo- J'- I1- wr---' '51 A CATHERINE SOPHIE LIS SHARON R055 LYNDEN RQBE511 LYQN, JR. "From the crown of her head to the HA good l-,eqrf is beyyer ll-ian all HAWUY from me world and ips foils sale of her foot, she is all mirth." file heads in ,lie world." and jfs Ccueslff "Cathy" . . . business course . "Sherri" , . , full of fun . . . Ameriwn "Leo" . . . avid football follower . . . cheerful, fun-loving and friendly . . . Legion Twii-Ier r2 yeqrgl , i 4 Lenders' mechanical minded l A l big blue 'he Pefleff lokef - - - HVF-C 0- - A Club . . . business course . . . dirnpled eye-5 and saucy Smile , , , quiet, but- talented pianist . . . always willing to lqughler i I , loves dancing i , , ' I - ,he pmcilcol ioker A l I Co,-iscien. helP ' - - efficient Umm Wofkef - - e Hahne's . . . enloys volleyball, soft! lious driver , , , Chemigtry- NH-4 , , , SeC"e'0"Y - 4 - Homemuliefi ball, wiskit . . . future in Secretarial i,p.und.C0mii-ig Drgftgmqni or Merchandising field. FRANCES ANN MACALUSO JOHN G. MAURO ANN MARIE MCGARRITY "A little fun does no one any harm." "All greatness is unconscious or it is "Always sweet, always kind, ,,F ,, , I little and naught." Always quiet and refined." ran . . . business course . . . artis- llc Ubllllt' - - - l-ellders' Club 42 yearsl "Jack" . . . physics and chemistry whiz "Ann" . . . general course . . . effer- - - - V0ll9YbUll eI'1fl1USlGSt . . . Chrysalis . . . football star . . . college bound vescentg ready for fun . . . small and - - - Cdlm, cool . . . cheerful smile . . . Camera Club member , . . base- wiry . . . strong school spirit . , . . . . fascination for fun . . . set goal ball Q4 yearsl , . . talks his way out senior year gift from Queen of Peace 79 be 5UCC955fUlC0mP'0m9f9r Operator. of trouble . . . career in Engineering. . . . volleyball expert . . . future Homemaker. - LOIS EVELYN MCGHEE LINDA ELOISE MCLELLAN ARLENE SHARON MELNICK "Of manners gentle, of affeclions mild." "The best of life is conversatianff "A good heart is worth a pot of gold," "Lo" . . . Leaders' Club 13 yearsj, "Linda" . . . business . . , sophomore "Mel" . . . a friend indeed . . , down President , . . fun and friendly . . . year addition . . , enioys volleyball, with English orqlg! , , , Glee Club 14 quiet popularity . . . business course other girls' sports . , . comptorneter yearsi...Vilring Sago typist 13 years . . . soph class veep . . . frosh secre- whiz . . . fancied French . . . gift of . . . rare rebel against gym , . . pop tary . . . school sports supporter . . . gab . . . statuesque brunette . . . music fan . . . commercial course . . . outstanding athletic ability . . . Pedi- cheerful, friendly . . . Legal Secretary. future Private Secretary. atric Nurse. JOSEPH JOHN MILLER "Leisure is the best of all possessions," "Joe" . . . football 42 yearsi . . . ardent interest in a certain Pontiac . . . sophomore year newcomer . . . dreams and laughs the day away , . . mischief in his eye . . , college prep, ANDREW R- MORWS GERALDINE Morton HHe mlfes delight if! mos, "Hold on to your dreams and things athletics life will be good," HAHCLYH - - 1 Qeneful Ifowse - - - "Geri" . . . commercial . . . naturally former B"0nX"'e A ' ' A for ATP' curly hair . . . never seen frowning letic Ability , . . basketball i3 yearsj, I - - arden, gum Chewer A I - good CQPLOLV' ' b'-Pebull i2 Y90'5lL - - 4 cook and homemaker . . . F.H.A. il W'59'C'QCk'n9 WW - 0dVe"5'7Y to yearj, Vice-President , . . Glee Club algebra . . . future in the field of K3 years? - ' - marriage imminent. Business Management. 45' 55- Z"" MARGRETTA NIEMAS lt rs tranqurl people who accomplrsh much Marge buslness course enthusnastlc school supporter represented N A at Grrls helpful not too talkatrve ceptnonxst KEITH EDWARD NOVAJOVSKY Everything comes at a man wall only walt Keith general cours quiet nonchalant devotee of bowlmg fools around wxth cars noyed by nonsy underclassmen never having been one himself future an the workmg world f amnable fancues customrzed cars r easy golng good for a laugh State enloys lunch shop Englush IV debater favors th RAYMOND NOLAN DOLORES CATHERINE NORTON All men of achon are dream Lrlre a dramond rn the sky ay general course qulet Dee petite ll yearl who trles ANN DOROTHY OLEJARCZYK She that ccnverses not knows nolhmg Dottle lmport from Harrison out QOIHQQ gurl wnth the votce busnness course Hahne s toys danclng wearmg nice clothes hopxng to work at Frdellty Umon Trust v qunet as a mouse buslness course F H A p curl ktd typlst reluctant toward hom work future as a Homemaker ROBERT F ORROCK Poltteness costs nothing and gains everything Bo quiet and courteous college prep friendly greehng college prep friendly greeting to all sports fan druves at the drop of a hat Hotel Manager to be XX , ft - - H - arg ,, H - - 1 H A H 4 "R "E . . . .. I , U H . . . ' . , , H 11 - ' ' ' ' - ' ' . . . Ti- . . . - ' . . . . . . in ' . . . ' Leaders' Club, Vice-President . . . Re- abolition of homework, ff ' - 1, ,, . . , ' ' "' - tr - - 11 ll ' ll 4 I b 9 ' I I l I Il ' ll I - ll bl! ' ' ---Cn' ' '...en- ' ss X X 0 l .1 MICHAEL POMERANTZ "Why should life all labour be?" "Mike" . . . avid fan of swimming fi JOSEPH PETER PRIEBE "One still strong man in a blatant land." i -C' ROBERT V. REIDER "Men of few words are the best men." "Bob" . . . studious . . . calm, cool, and archery . . . college prep course "Joe" . . . general course . . . clerical Gnd C0mf0V'0bl9 - - - 9"fl"U5lU5m for . . . a future millionaire . . . Audio practice genius . . . quiet?-don't be boating ' - - qt-'ie' WUYS - - - Uew CU' Visual Aids K2 years? . . . talkative too sure! . . . sophomore year recruit - - - 5l0WP0ke - - ' H'-'mo' S0ClelY ll track man C2 yearsj . . . the Army from Queen of Peace . . . '50 Mercury Yecfl v - - bmeball K2 Y9U"5l - - ' MARIE C. RIECKE "The sweet magic of a cheerful face." "Mickie" . . . general . . . small and vivacious . . . senior year cheerleader . . . obliging, shy mannered . . . quick wit , . . what happened to driving? . . , ambition yet to be decided. MARGARET ROBINSON "Manners are the happy ways of doing things." "Little Joan" . . . neat five feet . . . college prep . . . S.E.A. C2 yearsl . . . sincere, friendly manner . . . quiet . . . a natural for doing things neatly . . . Trenton State . , . Ele- mentary Education. L- .6 and College. man . . . future in the Navy. College b0U"Cl - - - C'-Tree' PUPEV Winner . . . Medicine. ARLENE ROWE "All the charm of all the Muses." "Lee" . . . business . . . Leaders' Club Cl yearl . . . neat, demure . . . stylish . . . bright, busy, not so talkative . . . steps sprightly with a baton . . aversion to English iV tests ing Business world. LV enter- 23 ing N ETHEI. MAY SCHOLES SANDRA MARIE SHANNON CAROLE DAWN SOMMERS There rs nn calmness oft a A lady with a lamp shall stand Thy smile becomes thee well magic power ln the great history ol the land Carole loves psychology Bunny congenial and unassum Sandy general course Student Council Q4 yearsj as business course talented Leaders Club C2 yearsl Vakfng car wnll travel Pan Amerucan Club plamst Glee Club K4 yearsj Saga typust laughed through Latm C4 yearsl first wnth frnendlmess a true animal lover noted Chrysalis color guard C2 Leaders Club l2 yearsj for her spellmg accomplishments years! loves dancmg gurls sports Presldent Tr:Y SEA K4 yearsj enternng Secretarial tleld a cheerful chatterer Nurses college prep Psychological ambntlon Homemaker DOUGLAS FREDERICK SOPER MARYANN BERNADETTE THOMAS JOSEPH SULLIVAN STOICOVY A wlllfng mmd makes a light loot Speak less than thou lrnawest Good things come In small packages Tom fruendly courteous Doug always ready with o Mare fun to be with us: don thunk C0nSYGnYlY qulp snlent but strong ardent ness course powder blue G ee cuttmg rugs slide rule c ub Ch l t k t m mana er admurer of sophomore gurls zea C ub Student Councnl H FC VYSU 'S 'UC 90 9 h o s slun dlver enthusnastnc track talented plamst loves clothes C4 YGGYST b0Wlln9 ent USIUST U man K2 yearsl scuence wnzard Internor Decorating unassum best ClGnCel' R C A lnilllvfe Rutgers bound future Marme mg and amuable tudy tmy talka EIOCTYICOI Engineer Bnolognst uve K -I Q"'v K. Qu- .,,, -1 ,' ,.. ,J . I f If - - H - H - H - H - H . . ll ll H H - Q H H - h w,.g...' ' ,- . - - - 1 . . , . "Have more than thou showestp H A ' ' ' -H H H - - H . ' Il ll ' H H . . ' . ,, ,, . v- . ..Ab .' nl ,Q ' l- so!,,'. . I "' I "' "...' I . . . .. . , , - - - Y- X l 9 ' i M X , l ka X: D. 4 Q"'T"' ig , f Q AX A ' . - - 'I x '19- " if Jovci ANN sYLvEs1ER NANCIE A. TONNER mzngnn ANN nmgfn "A true friend is a friend forever." "l have immortal longings in me." "Conversation ig the vent of character "Joyce" . . . business course . . . tall "Nance" . . . college prep . , . Viking as well as of lhougml and slim . . . former Q. P.'er . . . Saga Art Editor . . . Leaders' Club 43 "Liz" , . . sparkling personality and clothes connoisseur . . . a girl from yearsl . . . "Who's asleep?" . . . lunch flirfqtieus manner , , . giggles , , , "I Barbizon . . . likes dancing, big time debater . . . S.E.A. ll yearsi didn't say a word" . . . head maior. bracelets . . . hates English orals , . . . . . greed for good books . . . Chrysa- ene , , , crazy over cha-che . , . future Model. lis . . . Fashion Designer of tomorrow. Chrysalis, . . most talkative . . . best dancer . . . future Social Worker. FRANCES E. TRUNCALE RONALD WILLIAM TRUST LOUISE ANN VASTO "Without laughter there is no joy." "The charm and playfulness of his talk." "Lovely, fair and sweet is she." "Fran" . . . college prep . . . kid "Ron" . . . general course . , . track "lou" . . . neat, pleasant . . . avid from Kearny . . . S.E.A. C2 yearsj 13 yearsi . , . tall, handsome . . . Home Ec. student C4 yearsj . . . lovely . . . Tri-Y . . . class comedienne . . . every inch a man . . . talkative: 'wlrlers' captain . . . always Con, Viking Saga . . . Chrysalis . . . every- friendly smile . . . ioined Coast Guard siderate of others . . . general , , , body's pal . . . N.A.A.C .... Jersey -May '57 . . . entered active service- happy as a lark-sings like one too City or Paterson State , . . Elementary January '58. . . . future Homemaker. Education. 11. 'iw' i . MARGARET MARY WARLIKOWSKI "Genius must be borng if can never be taught." "Margie" . , . college prep . . . Library Council . . . Honor Society i2 Y9UYSl - . . Viking Saga . . . history lover . , . Chrysalis . , , Girls' State . . . lunch time debater . . trig minded . . . Douglass College. 'L' MARTIN G. WARNER "Youth is the only season for enjoyment." "Jerry" . . . general course . . . aversion to work . , , Consumer Ed, cut-up . . . Glee Club . . . transferred from Queen of Peace two years ago . . . career in the Navy. I A EDWARD W. WILSON "Poiiteness costs nothing and :IE In gains everything." . . . general course . . . football K1 fearl . , . always lends o hand . . . future weight-lifting champ . . . favorite car: sky-blue Cadillac . . . HSVCI' dances . . . entering Armed Forces. LZ i HENRY ARTHUR WAY "Life is what you make it." "Hank" . . . college prep . . , tall, dark andv . . . track enthusiast 42 yearsl . . . roughie-toughie . . . study hall silence offender . , . "cool" hair- cut . . . young at heart . . . Drafts- man's or Engineer's ambitions, ifrnam 2 1 1" v "Sf," i I. ROBERT WILSON BARBARA LOIS YAM GLORIA ANN ZOOK "Peace looks down from "Wisdom of many and the wit of one "The lime will Come when you towering heights." will hear me." "Yammie" . . . loves music and danc- "Zep" . . . college prep . . . quiet, ing . . . constant stream of jokes . . . "Gloria" , , avid S.E.A, member V4 well-mannered . . . "Lazybones" . . . devotee of dramatics . . . Honor So- Yeung , , , Gleg- Club , , . college hates getting up in the morning . . . ciety ll yearl , . . Leaders' Club ll prep . . . takes to tennis . , . par- eagerly anticipating graduation . . . yearl . . . Library Council K4 yearsl gicipqfes in volleyball, softball , , . future still to be decidedg Armed , . . college bound , . . Chrysalis . . . Teachers' College, Newark or Mom. Forces, of Collegee Viking S095 - - A fU'U"e French ln' clair . . . Elementary Education. terpreter. The Senior Class practicing democratic action as President George Jeck conducts a senior meeting. i , f-. -A-in "1 ' ' L .i.....- -fa-v "- vii 27 HALL OF FAME Most Likely to Succeed ....,..... Most Intelligent ..,..,,.,,e,,,,.,,,,., Best Liked L.,.L,,... Biggest Class Contributor ....,. Best Student ,..,s,,,,.,.s,.,.,..,..,.. Best Athlete ,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,..,s,,,,,,. Best Dressed Most Courteous Best Dancer Friendliest Best Looking Most Versatile Shyest Nlcest Smile Best Driver Wildest Driver Biggest Clown Slowest Biggest Dreamer Alibi Ike Most Talkative Charles Charles George Charles Charles George Mu rkotsky Mu rkofsky Jeck ..,,........s.....,.sY.... Mu rkofsky Murkotsky Jeck .... Ray Kopet George Jenkins Thomas Sullivan John Hakim Larry Blumettl George Jeck Bob Render Fred Carreo George East John Mauro Joe Priebe Ray Fraiese Bob Wilson Eddie Wilson Ronnie Trust Mike Pomerantz SENIOR PREFERENCES School Hangout Subject College ar Magazine Sport Pet Peeve Barbara Kukla Margie Warlikowski Lois McGhee Carole Sommers Alice Campisi Barbara Kukla MaryAnn Stoicovy Rosemarie Canola Alice Campus: Liz Treiber Lynne Canaley Judith Frazier Barbara Kukla Joan Robinson Jeanne Colando Carole Sommers Lois McGhee Fran Truncale Arlene Melmck Nancie Tonner Dot Oleiarczyk Liz Treiber North Arlington High School Eddie s Sweetshop English IV Rutgers Ford Seventeen Basketball Mockmg T V Program American Bandstand Music Style POPUIU' Band Glen Miller Sang Stardust Movie Star Tab Hunter Kim Novac Tegchef '-------...-A---------4I.---,-,-,.,,,,,,-,-,,.,,,-,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,... M l'. 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CLASS HISTORY As the Class of l958 stands on the threshold of the future ut us umpossuble to keep thoughts of uet propulsuon Sputnuks and trups to the moon from unvadung our munds Before steppung forward unto the new unexplored world of speed and space however let us put our thoughts unto reverse for a whule and try to puece together the scattered memorues that represent our years at North Arlung on Caught un a whurl of enturely new actuvutues and unterests we spent many months of Seventh Grade Iearnung the ropes and found that changung classes was almost as much fun as goung to a cur us especually when we had new afternoon sublects each markung peruod For at least three days our lunes would unvaruably get tangled Luzzue Treuber was one of the first of us to become a Iutterbug expert durung the noon hour dancung sessuons and many of our athletuc boys partucupated un basketball and tumblung durung that same peruod Glee Club and art classes were held at 8 am once a week for ambutuous students whose unterests lay un those fields Havung successfully presented one play at assembly un whuch Sam Denslers short heught was emphasuzed many of us spent two months rehearsung dulugently for a second one entutled Sprung Fever On the mornung ut was to be presented Nancy Raub came down wuth the mumps and the whole ass mbly was called off On her first attempt Barbara Kukla placed thurd un the school un the Magazune Campaugn thus begunnung her five year career as a wunner Cheerung our State Champuon basketball team on to vuctory partucupatung un our first May Day as Popo the Puppet and solucutung funds for the Cerebral Palsy Druve rounded out our first year at NAHS Eughth Grade ushered un the fad of gurls wearung dog collars on theur ankles and the presentatuon of another play un whuch Carole Sommers assumed the role of a teacher and Fran Macaluso spelled tauned by our class members that year were Ethel Scholess placung first un the Bergen County Spellung Bee and seventh un North Jersey and Aluce Campusu s election as Presudent of the Junuor Hugh Student Councul Rotary trups to the Charm Candy Company and the U N and the Dramatucs Club trup to see Carmen un the form of an operetta were among our first educatuonal excursuons Lughtung the gym as Glow Worms for our second May Day and plannung our schedules for the followung four years were the actuvutues that brought Eughth Grade to an en As Freshmen we elected George Jenkuns Class Presudent Lous McGhee Vuce President Larry Reu chord Secretary and George Jerk Treasurer Wuth these officers at our helm we set out to carve a nuche for our class un the NAHS Hall of Fame by presentung our first dance Cupuds Poraduse Fuve munute orals un Mrs McCords Englush I class proved nerve wrackung to many of us especually MaryAnn Stoucovy who stood up un front of the class and then completely forgot everythung she had planned to say The first Vu Queens Cavalcade of Sports was held wuth Marulyn Clark leadung Perky Freshmen un theur unsuccessful bud for first place Our freshman football team showed uts potentualutues y scorung 7 wuns I t and ony 2 loss s basketball Charlue Murkofsky was the first freshman un the hustory of North Arlungton Hugh to be used as a substutute un a varsuty game The newness of havung unduvudual schedules carryung report cards from class to class and beung largely undependent proved to be hugh pounts of our first year un Hugh School Dusectung frogs and busectung angles for us ut vuce versa'7J marked the begunnung of our sopho more year un buology and geometry classes respec tuvely Many squeals were heard from squeamush gurls as the work wuth scalpels began but a Buology Trup to the Bronx Zoo and Botanucal Gardens compensated un some way for the agony of the ordeal Doug Sopers leapung frog was an out standung specumen Wuth Charlue Murkofsky as Class Presudent we presented our second dance Tropu cana 58 whuch attracted many guests who were unterested un meetung the Mystery Sunger Mr X never showed up The Bonnue Lassues of Games Nught fame dudnt have enough pounts to win for the evenung but we were all proud of Duana lsak sens beung awarded a whute blazer for havung drawn the best publucuty poster Two honors came to our school that year when our basketball team once agaun became Group I State Champrons and and when the Vukung Saga wuth Naomu Kraus as Busuness Edutor was uudged the best school paper un New Jersey North Arlungton Hugh School made uts football comeback at the begunnung of our Junuor Year by establushung a reco d of 5 wuns and 3 losses Success also came to us un basketball when we agaun won the Group I State Champuonshup and ln track when Joe Francello became the State Champuon Muler settung a new state record of 427 Even the gurls got unto the athletur act portroyung rough tough football players un the Vu Queens Cavalcade of Sports Cathy Lus was our memorable enthusiastic coach In class we waded through U S Hustory 'I wuth John Olandt as star debater Junuor Guudance Conferences wuth Muke Pomerantz chief question asker and Career Paper Wrutung wuth Nancy Raub and Bob Render receuvung top honors Among the many places vusuted on field truos were Stevens lnstutute Fort Dux and the New York Stock Exchange abundance of food served to all guests Under the durectuon of Mrs Gebbue and our officers Charlue Murkofsky Luz Treuber Lous McGhee and John Olandt we presented our thurd class dance Ara buan Nughts and the Junuor Senuor Prom held ID the Hotel Suburban Among the members of our class who partucupated un the new style May Day were Aluce Campusu sungung lm Just a Gal Who Cant Say No Dot Oleuarczyk guvung her rendutton of Fush Got to Swum and Tom Esposuto and Dom Juno appearung un a sextet that sang By the Seo Then along came exams thus ended our Junuor Year Thus year our Senuor Year has been as nearly perfect as we could ever umagune and perhaps ut has been even a but better Our undefeated football team won the Group ll Sectuon I State Champuon shup and the basketball and track teams piled up C sumularly envuable record Judy Frazuer and Joan Sumpson Co captauns Muckue Ruecke Lynne Canaley and all the other cheerleaders dud a fine 'ob of supportung our teams throughout the seasons At our final class dance Sulver Sleughrude Presudent George Jeck announced Lous McGhee to be our lovely Queen of the May and she was crowned at one of the gayest May Days ever Our never to be forgotten Senuor Trup Mothers Day Tea, the Junuor Senuor Prom Awards Assembly Class Night and finally Graduatuon utself have brought us up to the present as we e'1d our sux year stay un North Arlungton Hugh School We depart wuth muxed emo tuons anxuous to go on to new and greater things but sad at the prospect of leavung the securuty of NAHS and our wonderful hugh school teachers and fruends - I I I I I I I - ' I ' I ' ll If , , u , - - - u u, . u, D f . I I . I I . . . , , . . ,, . I I . , , . - . C Y H . . If . , - o , . . . . . . n . , . ., . . , 4 , : . . . . . . . . . ,, I ' I - , . ,, . . . , . . u , I I D I ' "MifhifhippiAl' Among the Oufsfcnding honofg of. The Stevens trip will long be remembered for the . ' ' 'I I I I , , u , . . I . . ' ll I I - . . ' ' H ' ' ' I - I fu fu f I ' ' I ' ff . ff Il H I 'I . I I . I u , , ,u - ' ,u . u I . . , ' ' ll ll d. 1 ' - 1 I I I V I I I 1 I , I - I 1 I- ' f I . , I I A , ' , I ' Il ' I ' ll I I I I , u , u , , , n - - - u I - I A f ' . . . ,, I rr - - - . . b ' ' , ie, I e . In ' I f 1 , . ' ' ' ' I I Q 1 I I I , '-'I-1w1ngggtMiai':!':i'.'.'fm9 c 1 . -5 ' 'Q 5 r I 5 v ,f A L . P. : ' ' 153555, 1 5.1, ,V I ', ' K , N , - ' . fi g ' g-13:-5: w-If -'- f- , ' .' ' u-. ' ' -b Y . Y -..-.4 , U N D E R C L A S S M E N With many years of study ahead of them, the UNDER- C.LASSMEN hold the future in their hands and, although they have iust begun to scratch the surface of the knowledge avail- able to them, they are already making their own plans for things to come. , Will Professor Robert Goddard establish his name in the annals of history next to Sir Issac Newton's?v I Will Dr. Wernher von Braun's name be heard on every ml and when Q 2' and the to the 'Y If l f ,I fs '-'ve Presldenf Vfce Presrdenf Secrefcry Treasurer Y -A-Z S0 P H Presldenf Frank B055 Vice President Donqld Fraser SGCVGYGFY Joyce Moschellc Treasurer Joan Keenan HP' fy N. se- P X.4 ui P rwmp 4 E: A' 1, FQ W' " Q5 7, 5 f ". P HM, ,F - H xA' Nb . -.M v 7,5 H VLA ' ' 'f l91C ' ' ' ' ' - ,WQZ H ,P ' , , 1 t. , .. , , 'J-WA Y Q :mr W A fb .' -f ":4g:,',r x - e - Y A1 .. . .VJ Z, i gl- , -R 31:-sv r V r -, I . ilu" A, " I A I U fn'-Tp, . X - 'V , 1 V? 6- J:' - Y V . ' w ' 'W " ' "x. . " UN 1 - 5 ,, -' ' ' u -' ' ,Mg ,V . Q' I n by AT up 'V :in , 5, I :xv :gl . W e , . f , -L-.31 A we v v r -F . wi f n I ' , e an ,A J Ax' 5 ' ' - .. "T ' , I h V . ' - " ' ' ' rf . 4 - ' .. 'A' TM "' ' 'A I ' ' -4 . f1T.-.7I A A - 4 u Q. . . ' ' . , . ,hx i .Y 'T ' 4 ' b v rr ' K V 1 ' Q ,M . i Y ' . ' g r Q . 1 . '- . I . Cie? sde M gm o f EI zobeth Tombu ello U u Fred Hahn fin 1 Q5 Y he W 6 r si enf ,, , Rich ruzzo i A rei nf Gi n our Secre cry ' r Tre s rer . , ,, L Q E . E Pe F' . M' O B L Q . A F . Q I ' V , X! X I W - . ' , I I , 1 4. X X . ' 1 K dz' s ,. ,. 'Hi 1.6. A. -I 'Dv' Q -k b 4 " x V 1l'l If . Flir'-A 'X A wifi. tb, ' 4' I, " , ' A 4 - , A T V. 0 WEHUWB : ixigl :D . 1 . 1 . V .I F vi .gx ', 9 N . :BH Y I' ' , ', , .7 :Y ' ,E ' X P . . V A i ' I Q N- H I ', 4 1 A - 4 I X I 1 .L - A X. xx , v 5 ,x Y Q - Y X' 3' 1 - , ' 1 EIGHTH GRADE f50A1f5f'gf5n -nm XX we SEVENTH GRADE FT 1 Uh 590595 D 'fx Mx nh 9 R - 1 J D K1 I . I. an V E E f x E ij Xb i I v I I i , V I 1. ..5 YQ.: - Q V - ii. VV , . V: Q 1 W 1 X ' ' 4' X i " Z Eli' I 1 h f- - 3 " Ms . 13 V , V 2 - X ' X "' , . .. J 11 E 1, in E. I ' 4 V ., rig b R jx A xg' E . ig ,V 'E E' E , . ' ' in W ' 1 A E R PAQ aff -N , -f ' ' A V V 1' V , - xg' -..AG ' " . ' ' Il, . , fl - Raj 1 , -V A A N A -H gr N. l ' V " 'V -gn ,E V ' .6 IV: - y if V K 2 qi. Evf X E E L ii - 'V XXV J!- ,-ff' FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Marilyn Mauro, Vice-President, Richard Bruzza, President, Betty Tamburello, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Fred Hahn, Treasurer. Underclciss Leadership SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Joan Keenan, Treasurer, Don Fraser, Vice-Presi- dent, Frank Boss, President Joyce Moschel- Ia, Secretary. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bob Bclriie, Vice-President Paul Nelson, Treasurer, Nadine Bianchini, Secretary, Pefe Kelly, P resident. 1. J 2,4 K f DSCGFHIJGV, is 'he new Junior Guid ance Counselor. ll -a 1 I 1 Ribs' 4 Mrs. Holliday, who joined us in fl LT ' . . ' W I 4 ,'N Q 'YI Q-an sxlafzsx Q L .x ,Ia N Q , 1 ,x ' 91 af ' 9 ' 141, , A L . ' 41 L. A ' Q y K ' - 5 0 R I V Q L, .- - f I gf f , I . 4 0 -1 im, -D -.-.. 1 ' ' -1' 3... f-......,..- Q. 1 Z.-.1 -dy,,., - Q. Man used ATHLETICS to make him strong. Before the first Olympiad he played games and raced by toot, on horseback, on chariot. He tugged at war, and the Spartans left their weak to the elements. Knights would ioust and jest and play at combat. Children played cops and robbers, cowboys and Indians, pioneers. The Vikings were buried with a dog at their feet. Their courage made epics. Jules Verne played with his imagination and created a world of the future. H. G. Wells brought warriors from Mars. Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon ventured into galaxies and penetrated space-for the fun of it, for the sport of it. And in the end, after they had done with playing, a dog was sent up into the realm ot darkness and the unknown became science-fact. We aren't playing anymore. i . l . 1 C . - A , .W B.s33Egatiy11Eeui zeal lag, 3 35" 'ii.4i:,', M . 3 ': Q4 7 1 ui... nv' f- 9-P513 34 iii., 1957 VIKINGS D. Betz, E. Salgado, E. Bianchini, J. Miller, L. Blumetti, T. FIRST ROW: J, F,-angelic, R, Ffcgesel J, Mauro, G, Jeckl G, Wnuck, D. Fraser, E. Ballestero, R. Bradford, G. Sica, W. Woods. Jenkins, Captain, J. Hakim, C. Murkofsky, J. Olandt, L. Rei- THIRD ROW: J. Bivona, G. Sileno, A. Steinmetz, J. Sullivan, Clmfd- SECOND ROW: R- EfTln9e'f V- 5Pe"dl-'lo' G- F0"5Y7l"f H. Jenkins, L. Marinaccio, R. Barile, P. Nelson, W. Hulik. FOOTBALL This year's victorious team proved itself early in its high school years when as freshmen under Coach "Rip" Collins they compiled a freshman football record of seven wins, two losses, and one tie. As sophomores, their record was not very impressive. Fate seemed to be against them as they lost six games while winning only two. However, the boys didn't give up. They came right back the next year and in a preview of things to come put together a record of five wins and three losses. This was the first winning season North Arlington witnessed since the T951 team won seven and lost one. ln their senior year, the last year for most of the starting team, the boys proved what their coaches had always thought them capable of doing. This they did admirably because for the first time since T942 North Arlington could boast of an undefeated team. This year will live forever in the minds of the senior boys who played Joe Miller Fullback so well every Saturday as well as practicing to the ut- most of their ability every week day. The seniors who will graduate this June know that they leave their record in the very capable hands of the iuniors, sopho- mores, and freshmen coming back next year, and they wish them all the best of luck. THE RECORD NORTH ARLINGTON 27 WOOD-RIDGE O A poor first half netted the Narls only seven points. ln the second half, however, the Vikings erupted and drenched a fired-up Wood-Ridge team with a deluge of twenty points. NORTH ARLINGTON T3 GLEN RIDGE T2 This game was the highlight of the season because for the first time in five years the Vikings downed the Ridgers. For the first three quarters Glen Ridge led North Arlington, but with only six minutes to go in the fourth quarter a long pass to Joe Francello, an extra point, and a recovered fumble and subsequent drive netted our team thirteen points and the game. Joe Francello End LU"'Y Bl'-'melfl End Waltrip NORTH ARLINGTON 'I2 METUCHEN O A hard fought game by both teams terminated in a victory for N. A. Following the pattern of its previous two contests, North Arlington scored late, two touch- downs in the fourth quarter pulling the game out of the fire. Despite the score this was one of the Viking's toughest games. NORTH ARLINGTON 26 WALLINGTON I3 North Arlington showed its football prowess as it downed a well-rated Wallington eleven with compara- tive ease. The Narl defense successfully bottled up the Panthers' speedy backs, and the offensive line opened huge holes in the Wallington forward wall as our backs gained 423 yards rushing to only 'I9O yards by Wallington. NORTH ARLINGTON I3 NORTHERN VALLEY 7 A charged-up hard-fighting Northern Valley team played over their heads as they held North Arlington's potent offense in check for most of the game. Our boys showed a marked letdown in this game comparable to the one shown against Wallington last year. However, they were still good enough to down the Norsemen. NORTH ARLINGTON 41 PARK RIDGE 6 The Narls lost no time in making up for the pre- vious week's poor showing as they rolled up forty-one points in the first half. After this the first and second team were taken out, and the third team finished the game. Although the third-stringers were held scoreless, they showed up well as they held the Park Ridge varsity to only six points. NORTH ARLINGTON 54 WEEHAWKEN 0 In this one-sided contest, the old record of forty- six points was shattered as the Vikings scalped the Indians in every department. Returning to their late scoring form, the Vikings scored only thirteen points in the first half but made up for this as they rolled up a total of forty-one points in the second half to hand the Indians their worst defeat. NORTH ARLINGTON I3 HAWTHORNE 6 For the first time in i5 years North Arlington went undefeated as they skinned the Bears in a very close Line Coach Mr. A. Parelli, Head Coach Mr. P. Kelley, and Assistant Coach Mr. J. Kaelin. and hard-fought contest. Leading the Viking attack, Bob Reese proved himself worthy of his selection as next year's captain. Bedlam reigned when the final gun sounded as overjoyed players and fans raised the coaches to their shoulders and carried them from the field, a fitting climax to a great season. POST SEASON AWARDS As a reward for its superb record, the N. A. football team was showered with awards. The All- County team named Larry Reichard, center, on the first team, George Jeck and Ray Fraiese, third team, and Larry Blumetti, fourth team. All-State selections had the same four boys on the second and third Group II teams, while half-backs George Jenkins and John Hakim re- ceived Honorable Mention on the All Bergen-Passaic team. December I7 brought long-awaited news: North Arlington had been named Group Il Section I Champions. George .Ieclc hands off to Captain George Jenkins. LUVVY Relclmfd Ceflfef Jack Mauro Guard QM la-iq VARSITY FIRST ROW: P. Nelson, P. Kel' ly, R. Reese, D. Fraser. SEC- OND ROW: C. Murkofsky, A. Morris, Captain, G. Jeck. 1 S. Playing forthe first time in Group ll, though actually still a Group I school, North Arlington had its string of two consecutive State Championships broken when it lost the first game of the State Tournament to Rutherford by two points. Until then, however, the Narls were one of the outstanding teams K in the state. B A Led by Captain Andy Morris and George Jeck, the two highest scorers in Bergen County, the team continued the unbeaten string to forty-one games before losing to Hackensack in the Bergen County Jamboree. Three seniors, Andy Morris, George Jeck, and Charlie Murkofsky, formed the solid core of this exceptional team, coached to perfection by Mr. Wilbur Ruckel, who will have as the basis for next year's team iuniors Paul Nelson, Pete Kelly, and Bob Reese. CHARLIE MURKOFSKY ANDY MORRIS GEORGE JECK Captain JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW. N. Tepper, G Lenkiewicz, D. Barra, J. Lenfini Cqptcing H. Source, A. Wei SI1clpI. SECOND ROW: A. Adu moIi, D. Betz, S. Schwed, R Sullivan, D. Rosenberg, D. Byk, R. Bradford. BALL N. A. 81 ...,. 50 ..... 56 ..... 65 ..... 61 ...,. 82 ..... 88 ..... 89 ..... 75 ..... 78 81 ..... 76 ...,. 84 ,.... 82 ..... 98 ..... 91 ..... 93 ..... 64 ..... 64 ..... 69 ...,. 55 ,.... 1 'a I ,w......... Mr. THE RECORD HAWTHORNE .. PASCACK VALLEY ALUMNI . NUTLEY . ,. HARRISON KEARNY ,. WALLINGTON . . .. GLEN RIDGE HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD SCOTT PARK RIDGE KEARNY MIDLAND PARK . MIDLAND PARK . WALLINGTON ... PASSAIC VALLEY HARRISON ,. .. PASCACK VALLEY Chrisfmas Tourney BERGEN CATHOLIC .. LYNDHURST RAMAPO REGIONAL 1' si if 6, yes o...K. 44 .-ue' g . wg, ag ' x X INDOOR TEAM STANDING: Mr. P. Kelley, Coach, FIRST ROW: J. Freedman, R, Brooks, R. Jenikovsky, G. Golf, SECOND ROW: J, Francello, Captain, J. Swiss, J Bianchi, P. Moncuso, E. Osborne, T. Wnuck, A. D'Aquino. TRACK JOE FRANCELLO Mile: BILL KILLORN Q? I ...iff fl 4: . ' , X '., a. ' T. . I 4 '- - A 'E f1'!'!""' . ur an sa uf' 4 'M IG' "- W, mn ,I .M 4 av . Q.. 3.545 ffl Wa. N Q . -f - - ,. Q' J - Q JFK' KZ 2713 l-llilPU5' ,J mi nv ... rs, 'W 'M nv' FE ..- fr' , A , -Q- QUA 4 lu " 9 li 3' J' f' A O4 . ,U 1 . 31. I49'3I?"? 1 wg lQ"ji'? ' ' ? 'Q- .NI .M4,,w 4 'E 4 l "Q Coach Kelley offers friendly advice fo Capfam Joe Francello 44 If-E-' ' sg, Col .. Q' OUTDOOR TEAM FIRST ROW: W. Killorn, J. Bianchi, R, Efinger, R. Gillow, T. Wnuck, L. Reichard, J. Francello, Captain, R. Jenikovsky. SECOND ROW: Mr. A. Parelli, Assistant Coach, E. Bianchini, D. Soper, R. Kulesa, R. Brooks, R. Sullivan, H. Way, J. Allan, J. Schenkel, C. Shindell, T. Sullivan, Manager, Mr. P. Kelley, Coach. Led by Joe Francello, Captain and State Champion miler, this year's track team has Coach Paul Kelley looking forward to a good season. With the return of almost all of the 1957 squad, the team seems certain to improve on last year's record. Among the returning Iettermen are seniors George Jenkins, pole-vaulter and probable quarter- miler, Larry Reichard, sprinter and high-jumper, Bill Killorn, miler, Bob Gillow, high-iumperp Doug Soper, broad-jumper, and Hank Way, shot-putter. Also among the returning Iettermen are some out- standing underclassmen such as, Joe Bianchi and Chick Shindell, both sprinters, Richie Jenikovsky and Tom Wnuck, half milers, and Bob Fielitz, shot-putter. With this talented neucleus to work with, Coach Kelley has high hopes for the success of the season. Track season encompasses more than iust outdoor track, as any of the thoroughly-chilled boys seen running around the track behind the school during the months of December, January, and February will say. These boys are training for indoor track, which takes place during the colder months. To them the outdoor track season is a time to thaw out frozen feet and ears, but the enioyment that they get from indoor track ottsets these discomfitures. Good teams have been a byword at North Arling- ton High School this year, and the track team is no exception. Gene Bianchini, Larry Reichard and Bob Gillow off the mark. .. N . -:ggi aggff- -mswg-gg,,, h ,LAN . s.q,,,- ,. ' QEQF-75'54?:':44i,n,..55.. MR. E. COLLINS Coach o Rerder Charlie Murkofsky .lack Mauro BASE BALL GEORGE JECK 'ix and Capta n Ray Frarese Although thus vs coach Rap Collunss 'I3th year as Vnkung baseball coach he nevertheless consuders It a lucky one The reason for has con fldence IS that all of last years regulars have returned most of whom have played under hls gundance tor the past four years and therefore should thus year reap the benetIts ot considerable coaching and experuence Among the returnees are all staters Ray Frauese captam and catcher Charlle Murkotsky flrst base Bob Reese thnrd base Larry Blumettl pitcher outfielder and George Jeck center Helder Also returnung are lettermen John Mauro shortstop Andy Moms rught field Pete Kelly second base Don Fraser left fleld and putchers Tom Esposlto Paul Nelson and Bob Shunder These boys all of whom have played regularly last season should prove invaluable In achnevmg a wunnmg season Three new teams Glen Rock Wood Ridge and Mldland Park have been added to the 'I958 schedule makmg a total of seventeen games all of whuch wlll provlde stat? competltlon for the Narl Nlne Thus ns the year everyone has been wamng for the year of the veterans 1958 SCHEDULE Apr: Apr: Aprl Apr: Apr: Apr: Apr: May May May May May 7 8 WOOD RIDGE WALLINGTON MOUNTAIN LAKES HARRISON MIDLAND PARK HAWTHORNE BERGEN TECH MIDLAND PARK GLEN ROCK CALDWELL HAWTHORNE HARRISON Home Away Home Home Home Away Home Away Away Away Home Away X In ly tr 1" ili' .119 1172 UKBH1 ' . ...LV A we UBI I . Q ..,y t X I .. wg- . E , . Y 6 H "Il I n he 1 Z' I 35 I I. I. KI' gift Y. :Q V JI If -si . I ' --0:4 Y 1, 13--A,., 'ms-r'f'lP 1' 9 ns .,f-1 ---IVA.. -1, 6- 4 ,,..'5:1:: 3:J,, w..ng?i,v,,,.r:. --' s ' ' - ' r - 41-:1i.L'F. ffififys, ',' 4 fs. -gif' 1958 VIKING TEAM FIRST ROW: R. Reese, R. Schinder, P. Nelson, P. Kelly, C. Murkofsky, R. Froiese, Captain: A. Morris, S. Schwed, A. AdcmoII. SECOND ROW: G. Jeck, J. Mauro, R. Reider, J. I.enIini, E. Kopushinski, D. Barra, T. Esposiio. ANDY MORRIS I I J I I 1 ' y Tiki!! fi., a., I .i.,arH.' Z Q, V yi S M x Q A i' 3 .H , ' K: qw . 3' WTS! in r 4. ,X 9-1 h rf , 4 I ,I -n 5.9 ',""' , xwf, III T' ' u. 'VI ,I 3' Iv I I: ." PI 'Qi ff J. 1 W I3 .tu g - . l . W Q - .Q' A I A T fn! I M LARRY BLUMETTI TOM ESPOSITO If X 47 'Q ' 1 A , Z 5 u 4 I 5 W if 4 ,c1,,"""'7' , . v' U - N 5, fx 'lk- Y y E -E 1 J . . .. . ... f , 4' Jn,-gag, 'mil I , . . 'Ju-. ,ig -5-'f . ,:,-.,i.',g'- -A . - QQJY .ML iff. ' 1.2 - 5 A, ms ,',.,,1'i-3' L ,v, 'wwf if ff-'- --fm, 2 '- wr- 4 ' " . 'T '--Mfw. ' -'Q t 'I 2 5'.:1-nf' Q. "All rfghf BADMINTON BASKETBALL BROAD JUMP GIRLS' SPORTS PHYSICAL FITNESS SOFTBALL I :snail an Q 1 cv' D. Our ACTIVITIES have purpose. All past feats, the search for knowledge, and the western reaches of man's minds have been brought together inthe special committee for the International Geophysical Year. And the activities which will be done this year, these I8 months, by them-they will measure the ocean depths, cosmic rays, geo-magnetism, solar physics and the iono- sphere. They will seek and probe the secrets of the ice age. They will search the northern lights for their causes and possibilities. Satellites will span the world, circumnavigate and record, measure, and from sensitized machines will know more and more of the unknown- Sixty-four nations, friends and foe, will work together and share as they have never shared before, that which in the sharing increases man's knowledge of man and this planet earth. i The progress of life and death, creation and destruction, thought and thoughtful error have resulted through eons, millineums, centuries, decades, years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds, thehblink of an eye have been brought to focus on this space of time: July Ist I957 to 3'lst 1959. Andgswe also focus upon it. May we not run from what Und. unknown is dangerous only to the coward. -1 '--J 1 4 .5 VIKING SAGA To present a recent ond oc- curate report of school news and to serve as a recorder of important events constitute the chief goals of The Viking Saga, our school newspoper. X-XX ,pm EDITORS FIRST ROW: Mr. G. Kelley, Adviser, N. Tonner, C. Kientz, J. Thomas, B. Kukla, J. Keenan, R. Shapiro. SECOND ROW: R. Handler, D. Rein, R. Lempert, R. Trust. BUSINESS STAFF FIRST ROW: N. Coe, M. Wnuck, F Ceravolo, J. Reider, J. Parker, Mrs H Romer, Adviser, S. Coieman. ,J ,X lego . 1, 1' Nan gy Z-'li -I -5 REPORTERS FIRST ROW: I.. Schemeley, C, BrierIey, E, Hansen, M. Levin E. Weiss . Brummer. SECOND ROW: C. Shindell, C. Jacobsen, J. Hurley, G. Bollinger, B. Yam, M. Wurlikowski, K. Steberger, C. Stein, J. Schenkei. THIRD ROW: R. AIexander, J. Matson, E. Blitz, M. Arbach, G. Greenberg, M. Gcmey, J. Francelio, L. Hoffman. FIRST ROW: Miss G. Perrine, Adviser M. Warlikowski, Secretary, B. Kukla Vice-President, C. Sommers, Presidenf N. Tonner, B. Yam. SECOND ROW: D McMurtrie, S. Morrison, C. Kienlz, F Chlelsos, J. Keenan, C. Soom, L. Steele THIRD ROW: V. Harvey, K. Sleberger D. Graf, A. Romano, F. Reichard, M Mucciolo, C. Brierley. FOURTH ROW E, Hansen, T. Seeds, Treasurer, J Thomas, J. Daly, J. lvers, P. Schad, L Rufan. TRI Y STUDENT EDL ASSOCIATIOI FIRST ROW: B. Saarloos, L. Steele, R. Shapiro, C. Brierley, M. Robinson, A. Campisi. SECOND ROW: E. Wehren, Mrs. F. Gebbie, Adviser, C. Sommers, Treasurer, N. Raub, President, B. Kuk- la, Vice-President, J, Keenan, Secretary, J. Kearney. THIRD ROW: N. Tonner, J. Myles, R. Handler, P. Schad, H. Stock, T. Seeds, M. Arbach. FRENCH CLUB PAN-AMERICAN CLUB FIRST ROW: C. Soom, N sen, E. Milligan, B. Echoft dent, B. Yom, V. Fisher THIRD ROW: J. Thomas Treasurer: B. Hendler, C Craig, G. Weissman, J Myles, J. LePore. Designed to promote interest in the French arts among its members, the French Club discusses topics relative to these aims. The Pan-American Club develops an appreciation of the Spanish literature and art by helping its members to understand the language to its fullest extent. FIRST ROW: C. Sommers, J. S e r vidio, L. Schemeley, Treasurer, J. Bello, M. Maca- luso, M. Levin. SECOND ROW: G. Thunberg, L. Ru- tan, G. Greenberg, L. Steele, E. Blitz, R. Shapiro, N. Kraus. THIRD ROW: C, KO- pecki, P. Schad, S, Coleman, N. Tepper, E. Massey, R. Handler, V. Harvey, N. Mc- Call, F. Chletsos. FOURTH ROW: L. Hoffman, B. Critel- li, B. Moore, A. Brummer, President, L. Sax, Vice-Presi- dent, M. Walmsley, Secre- tary, J. Matson, M. Arbach, S. Schwed. Fleming, B. More, B. Jorgenl SECOND ROW: K. Tonner, D. Graf, E. Hansen, Presi- FIRST ROW: Miss B. Genovese, Adviser, R. Reese, R. Barile, Sec- retary, J. Schenkel, B. Moore. SECOND ROW: J. Matson, F, Cerovolo, D. Dahlinger, D. Skolf sky, J. Saliter, M. Arbach, THIRD ROW: D. Kane, T, Seeds, B, Whalen, President, K. Tonner, J. Gundaker, J. DePcImo, J, Bello, Vice-President, J. Smith. FOURTH ROW: P. Kelly, T. Wnuck, P. Nelson, R. Alexander, E. Salgcdo, R. Jenilcovsky. Primarily concerned with discussing current affairs intelligently, the Junior Town Meeting stimulates in- terest in the ever-changing world ot today. Recognizing the need for the well-informed "Homemaker of Tomorrow," the Future Homemakers of America is concerned with development of domestic abilities, concentrating on the work done in Home Economics classes. OFFICERS AND ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: A. Romano, D. Skel- slcy, C. Kearney, J. Ivers, K Kelly. SECOND ROW: M. Muc ciolo, G. Silvers, L. Companaro M. Maurillo, J. Tonner, FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW S Douglas E Petko H Wrnmkor S Arbuch Presrdent B Thompson Treasurer L Sellg S Shrndell SEC Huth P Thompson C Ross V1cePresrdent Mrs E Srrotof Adviser C Knentz Secretory S Mc Cullough C Bethke L Collette FIRST ROW: E. Ballas- tero, S. Isenberg, T. Turner. A. Lindholm, P. Foiello, President. SEC- OND ROW: Mr. J. Burke, Adviserg G. Bollinger, Vice-President: R, Gud- brandson, J. O'NeiI, M. Pomerantz. B l th 1 h f d d AUDIO VISUAL AIDS eZU.S2flT9meffbeffol'i'+lIZSA.'fd..f'iZ'.'fE Z.'L.l,0,.-IQ, these skulls for the servuce of the school LIBRARY COUNCIL The members of the Lrbrary Councnl ossrst the Irbronon durrng therr study periods ond after school thus gommg o knowledge of the physrcol structure of C1 lrbrory pn , , . - . . ,W x. v 4 X t 1 7 4, ,I Y :I ' . . ' A I 41 r. 1. ' L ff' . ' . ' Q ,, ' I lv I I - ONDIROW: E. semis, H. " ' Q ,L D fi, ' . ' . .' ' h Y 3 lj - I' , I Ii 1" I" xi I . 1 I . - , ..,-9,1475 X GUIDANCE OFFICE ASSISTANTS FIRST ROW: E. Smith, F Reichard, D. Dale, J Rcub, B. D'Arcy, C Adamo SECOND ROW- L ZUkDWSkl B Sobchno Ruffweger E cm burello M Whlffull R Shcpnro F Macaluso MAIN OFFICE ASSISTANTS FIRST ROW J Myles M Wnuck J Scopelmn B More C Gennle S Has son SECOND ROW Kosfkc S Lynden Bolmger J Hurley Vcnfyk THIRD ROW Seeds K Sieberger OGureck H Stock Latfel FIRST ROW: G. ThoobaId, L. Lattell, C. Kapushinski, J. Macc' Iuso, J. Mastrantonio, T. Chletsas. SECOND ROW: S. Auslunder, M, AntoneIIi, Vice-Presidentg R. Chait, Presidcntg N. Wr:iIer', 4 Treasurer and Secretaryg L. Thunberg, 5 .--, v r ,,,. 7,7 "Q 1- 1. ,..,w , v 'fx " ' 'vw x 1-4.4 .1:.u..,.4a-.LS ,, Lua, y - 1- N 'f " ,'v w ,Nl ' I I ,.. ..., , I ,,4. hzftrri 1, I I 1 's ' -fb. HIC-H STUDENT COUNCIL JUNIOR The function of the Junior High Student Council is to deal with problems of the seventh and eighth grades through student representation. AWARDS rnrtil Winners of Boys Career Paper Awards RIGHT TO LEFT 'Ist Prize Robert Render 2nd Michael Pomercntz 3rd Raymond Fraiese Ath Lawrence Relchard and 5tI'l William Killorn 'S Girls' Career Paper Awards. Roub, 2nd Barbara KuIcIa, 3rd Nancle Tonner 4th Frances Mccoluso, and Sth MaryAnn Mrs M Jensen and winners of RIGHT TO LEFT Ist Prize Nancy Stoicovy Veterans ot' Foreign Wars essay award winners: Nancie Tonner and MichaeI Pomerantz. 61 u 4 F.: 1 X Q.. S nf K ii' f xqi TOP OF 'LH DOWN: L. Canaley, D. lsalcsen, G. Van Eyli, R. Mott, N, Tonner, C. Kopecki, Secretary, B. Van Buren, M. Nie- mas, B. Yam, N, Raub, A, Rowe, J. Gunclaker, S. Lynden, S. Shannon, J. Bello, N. Bianchini, J. De Palma. COUNTERCLOCK -!... WISE FROM TOP OF "CH: L. McGhee, President, B. Kulcla, J. Simpson, M. Clark, Treasurer, J. Matson, D. Dahlinger, C. Chesterman, F. Macaluso, F. Savage, C. Sommers, E. Treiber, B. lntante, J. Moschella, N. Johnston, L. Shemeley, LEADERS' CLUB Selected for their outstanding athletic participation and sportsmanship, the girls of the Leaders' Club contribute to the gym program ot the school. .4 K . SENIORS COUNTERCLOCKWISEQ D. Isaksen, S. Shannon, F. Macaluso, J. Simpson, M. Clark, N. Raub, C Sommers, A. Rowe, B. Yam, E. Treiber, M. Nie- mas, N. Tonner, B. Kukla, S. Lynden, L. Canaley. CENTER: L. McGhee. .bf u"' -JJ . ....,.. -..- I. Providing entertainment at football and basketball games this year, the new Marching Squad has enabled more girls to participate in extra-curricular athletic activities. COLOR GUARD TWIRLERS Our energetic twirl- ing team has arous- ed our school spirit by adding to the splendor of our foot- ball games and pep rallies. The Color Guard, bearing the American Flag, marches in front of the Band at home football games. FIRST ROW: R. LaMonica, E. Treiber, Head Maioretteg S. Shannon. SECOND ROW: F. Savage, K. Tonner, L. Schoch, D. Skolsky, J. Saliter, C. Chesterman. ' ra, up-V Moy Queen P and Her Court Y -1 , ,y Ny" May Queen, Lois McGhee, cenierg and Special Aiiendanls, Rosemarie Caiola 9 -1 and Alice Campisi. 5 Q6 .in Marie Riecke, Sharon Lynden, Linda McLellan, Sandy Shannon, ,Arlene Melnick. Center: Marilyn Clark. Carole Sommers, RoseAnn LaMonica, Fran Macaluso, Judy Frazier, Joan Simpson, Pa? Czuba, Fran Truncal ' ' e, Arlene Rowe. Elizabeth Treiber, Ann McGarrity, .. .L .4 JL. WML ?Jy 7Z4wM N303 WMM MW www? SS' jfffffal Zjw ww Gif qfwfwyyils WW my QWVLW 1 EJWWUMWQMMMWM ii W QWWWM W My Jwfgjw Q VJQWZQFQVW 5 ,cfywyvfw if M SQA x E 3 Wg W! Ng? 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K of f f gy E Q, fb 2, 6 1 aku . ffwzzb ' W' I Qi ..., ' QP . - id 1 1 1, ,QIM 0 ' Q . Learn to become a Beuufician or Municurisf Pay only l'vr 11".,.'1,. 0 COIIIIDIVIQ' 1'UUI'hf' 0 Took, fupplivf, bookf. uniform. everything included me-n lliplonmf 'i"'1Y"' 0 Individualized inftrurlion 0 Day and vw-ning vlufwf 0 P1111-lilllt' rlune, arranged 0 Lifetime plavemenl service 0 Approved for veleranr Irrifv or 1-all for Frm' lfoolifvt PARK BEAUTY SALON BENEDICT GRIPALDI, Director Opposite Public Service Terminal Xext Door to Kl0ill.S Dept. Store The First National Bank 8 Trust Co. of Kearny , A.. .4 "Th4' Hank of Friendly Svr1'if'1' Kearny Si Midland Avenue Kearny, X. ,l. 'A ' ".2k?::f 1907 --- OUR FIFTIETH YEAR ---- lf I . North Fourth Street Mwnbw, nf, at the Bridge The Federal Reserve System 1 The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation East Newark. N' -l- The Kearny Chamber of Commerce GOOD LUCK, GRADUATES! BOROUGH OF NORTH ARLINGTON Mayor PETER R. TONNER Couneilmen JERENIIAH CANALEY ANDREW CERCO ' ' STEVE KOWALSKI RAYMOND MAHONY WILLIAM McDOWELL ERNEST ROSENBOWER x'. I3 i un 5' tip Congratulations. Class of '58.' EQUITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 583 Kearny Avenue Kearny, N. J. I4 A L D E N S JOAN DIANE JOYCE FRAN SANDY GINNY NIARYLENE Qc:-ENT Morons C gig I ' TY i M43 , ,gn 'iii Kiwis. , M' Cid -, .vs I 1 44.5 3' as 5 3 Z in 'E HEVRQH L- ,lov 'l'i'ilm'ulv, Prop. RIDGE PARK BARBER SHOP Ridge- Park Shopping lic-ntc KR 3-8300 - - fimplc' Parking --- SARGEN1' CHEVROLET, INC. Corner of Heddon Terracc and Ridge Road North Arlington, N. J. KEarny 2-9000 ..J...I. .L 1 .L I AP 5. 'cf ff.. X M 1 gf --small! 5 ,4 X . 'si Q' N f ,A ln Loring llvnmrs' of: Hur llvur Son rlml lfrullwr Kearny Federal Savings John Joseph Zook, Jr. f4"NllH1P1H0-NIJ Sepwnzlwr IUSU - IUJT NORTH NRI-INUTUN. N. .l. 9 . N 'S H00 Lomplmmnm uf 71... CIark's Record Shop ,ez Rlnmz RU-KD No. ,xRI.1NcT0N, N. J, n - - '- -'wif-was ,f : 4. ,., x' ,A BLUE mason WALL H' 'f lim! lfishes fi . - . Blue Ribbon Q Wallpaper Co. 3 xRLINf:ToN N1'Tl,m' l "L, Q, - S. Mintz R. Murknfsky - lf. Sheffrirl ........ M I GOOD LUCK .' from North Arlington High School Hrs. Hrs. Mrs. Hrs. Parent-Teachers Association F. hvnuck. Prvsidwzt H. George-. lift'-I,l'l'Sidl'Ilf I". Steffi-ins. 21111 l'ir'a'-1'rz'sil1vl1t L. XICEFTCWIII, Rev. Sevretary Mrs. H. Grinnell, Cor. Svrrvtary Mrs. F. Kraenzlin, Treasurer Mrs. G. McCord, Historkzu NORTH ARLINGTON BOARD OF EDUCATION President JOHN OLSSON Secretary DANIEL De CENNARO Treasurer THEUDORE LAPINSKI IcIcpImm Ixl' urns m 00 Clllllllllllllllli o SHERIDAN FORD INC 160 BI'll ROXI' DRINI' REARNY 'N .I .Sal ru 1 fomplnmnhs o FUCETOIA BROS MYLES ELECTRIC 7 PIPPY GAllO S ACTION STORES lxI4 ARNX N j RI' JTIIN 7 601 m lame ra Supplu S Sporting f oods I hone RI' .arm 3 6838 uournsm DOUGLAS 317 RIDGE ROAD 'NO ARLIWI TON N J Douglas Howat on Prop PYROMETER SERVICE CO INC M8 RIN ER ROAD 'NORTH ARLINCTON N - -2 ' 11 1-2:0 J ' 2 . y l 0 A 1 Y A 4 . lu-1 Dum, E l'S Sl? 'I 'f' I 1 ' - - f - 801 KEARNY AVENUE i . 1 . " ', , '- f ll Q I we TEMPERATURE PROCESSING COMPANY W8 RIYFR ROAD NORIII ARI INI ION N I omplunc nls 0 WARD OPTICAI ORETE. Mrs co IRI'f ISI KONIRVII' ROOF 1Il'llxS IORILFI' ANPNIJI' NORIII ARI INITON N J EDDIE S RIDGE SWEET SHOPPE PIILRRI' .S Il l' f Rb UU Nlalls Ill Toun' Q9 RIDCF ROAD NORIH ARLINCTON 'N WHEIAN DRUGS N0 4RIlNfTOV PH4RM4fIf S 1LI'S 4fENfI 1 RIDFF ROAD I OR BELLFY ILLE IIKF Dclzurv finvuhf rc KE 20446 KI' arm 9 1960 Tmnmg Plumbmg K H1 atzng, 011 Burners ROBERT WILSON I as Installed 146 B RIDFF ROAD 'NORTH ARLINCTON 'N J - - - - - A . I I , ,,.. . . , , . INC. . ,, . , ., . ,.-, . intl! V1 - , . ' . ,. 1 .,..,I. A. . I 1 , , ,, . , Biggest Sodas. Sundavs, and 1 l V if 2f ,, .. . 1 -,-.,I. ,fy 7 ,. . . 1 Ik" ' ' I I Y A I , Q .I 41 I I . . 1 . . ,., f J 1 I . 4 ,A V W- , , E R I D , . . . ,"I A Tl I..1 - - - 14 - .I .wr .?, -D . BRUMMER S CONFECTIONERY LUNCHEONETTE 16 RIDGE RO XD NO 'IRLINL TON N .I 8: P G LF SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE MONTI ONIERX and WILLET STREETS BIOONIFIFLD N J e WEb ter 00011 FRIEDRICHS DAIRY INC I IPXRK XWENIE Hes! 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