VOLUME 43 CONTENTS
Letters and Postscripts
Two friends reunite in Arizona—Bob Costantino and John Vernon
hadn’t met in over 50 years.
Remember the Pony Boy?—Dom Dirienzo owned and operated
his pony ice cream business.
North Cambridge triangle—Les Oliver describes his old
neighborhood from aerial photo
Our Harvard Theater—Charles Sullivan shares great photos.
Hal Conrad—World War II 95th Bomber group,
336th Squadron surviving veteran.
The Scholl/Conrad family—Firefighters and more.
Richdale Ave. barn—Dom Dirienzo recalls his family
barn on Richdale Ave.
Easter Parade—Dorothea Moore McGee and her
friends strolled to the Common.
A First Grade punishment—X. Murphy recalls punishment
in grade one with no ill will.
Lefebvre brothers led research—Al and Joe located many of the
founders of Kahagon Lodge, O.A.
The Five Shillings—Walton’s group was inducted
into the Doo-Wop Hall of Fame.
Two high school coaches—Larry Gibson and John Sheehan
are recalled from old clippings.
Old Porter Square—Kevin Upton describes his old
neighborhood from aerial photo.
A visit by Dr. Mullen—John X. Murphy remembers his
family doctor coming to the house.
Upper Rindge Avenue—Anne Trant Sirois describes her old
neighborhood from an aerial photo.
Cambridge Sanatorium—Charles Sullivan and Ray Pothier
share info on Concord Ave. hospital.
Famed radio/TV announcer—Norman Brokenshire’s memoire describes his one year at Rindge.
Almost forgotten celebrities—Three Rindge Tech students
became famous in their day.
Gene Bresnahan—Dennis Walton and Gene composed
and recorded “Teen Angel” in 1957.
Remembering Mel Walton—Our resident music guru, Paul
Power, recalls The Five Shillings.
Studying Chaucer —John X. Murphy recalls the high
school lesson with laughter.
NCC ’67 observes 50th —Mary Ann Bell & Bill Driscoll share
memories of their reunion.
Two friends reunite at luncheon—Helen Casey was thrilled to meet
her pre-school pal, Ellie Roy Stace.
Rindge class of 1973—Richie Sarno and friends have
created an anniversary newsletter.