Arlington: “The One True Ward”
ANDERSON, Brent and Janet
BARBER, Carl and Katie
BRYAN, George and Maria
CHANDLER, Bob and Norma
DAVIS, Mindy MADSEN
DREDGE, Paul and Nancy
HUPPI, Ron and Linda
JODOIN, Marilyn A Foley
JOHNSTON, Jim and Mary
KELLOGG, Ed and Diane
LA PIERRE, Lee and Dottie
MAITLAND, Bill and Jo
MANDERINO, Gus and Betty
MATHENY, Chuck and Joan
MILLER, John and Dorothy
PATTON, Ellen
RAPSON, Warren and Harriet
ROBERTSON, Matt and Heather
SHELDON, Garret and Carrel
SLOAN, Jim and Mimmu
SYKES, Roger
THOMPSON, Kip and Leesa
ARLINGTON WARD As Stake Clerk in 1984, I drew up the official boundary map.
Arlington Ward campout tradition.
Annual Arlington Ward Campout at the Joseph Smith Birthplace.
Most of my Lynn Asian Branch staff came from my own One True Ward, Arlington.
Served as Assistant Nursery Leader in the Arlington Ward.
Arlington Ward Music Coordinator
Nancy Dredge succeeded me as Arlington Ward Music Coordinator
Justin at the Arlington Ward Clambake
I tried to bring William Billings and some lovely medieval music to the Choir.
Arlington Ward Spring Sing.
Linda Darley Huppi the perennial sparkplug of the Spring Sing
and I’ve known no better accompanists.
Nancy was listed as 1995’s Ward Music Director.
I was the choir director.
But Spring Sing was Linda Huppi’s show, every year.
Arlington Ward Spring Sing.
Jim Johnston sang Nanki-Poo to my Ko-Ko in the 1995 Spring Sing
Sunday School on the Temple site.
Arlington Ward Council
Assigned to clear 35 dead family members for temple ordinances.
We of the One True Ward watched the Boston Temple rise.
Arlington Ward still set the pace for the new Cambridge Stake
Arlington Ward Primary Brunch
2004—Arlington Ward Reunion
Sunday School in front of the now five-year-old Boston Temple
Arlington Ward—25 Years!
Bishop Paul Dredge invited me to speak in June 28 Sacrament Meeting
Billings partisanship
Brent and Janet Anderson
Moved to Paul Revere Road
Rejoicing and Genevieve
1981—Grandma’s Ninetieth!
Mingled families
Carl and Katie Barber
The MIT physics department held a memorial service for Professor Emeritus Walter Carlyle Barber
Carl and Katie Barber came to church in the Arlington Ward
George and Maria Bryan
At the Winter Quarters Temple on the 17th, with old Arlington friends.
Rick worked for George one summer in the sewers. We stayed with them at Winter Quarters a couple of times, on our way to and from Keokuk. Their daughter Jacquie showed us around the Nebraska Capitol. My old library table (a gift of Jerry [Clinky] Cline) still bears (underneath) a sticker, testifying in Debbie’s hand, since her high-school days: “I love George Bryan”—their son.
Bob and Norma Chandler
Competed good-naturedly with him to bring Alberta to Church in Cambridge.
Major revelatory event: Bob Chandler as founding Bishop of the One True Ward.
Nobody could ever be mad at Bob Chandler
Below, on stage: standing, at right: Doug Chandler; foreground, far right: Jonathan(?) Huppi
Found letter requesting use of Cambridge Chapel for their wedding
Ed was a counselor in founding Arlington (“One True”) Ward Bishopric
At Amy’s & Tor’s reception
At the Primary Brunch
Mindy Madsen Davis
Shutterbugging at the 2004—Arlington Ward 19th Reunion
Paul and Nancy Dredge
Margaret, at the 1982 Cambridge Ward Christmas Party
With Garret Sheldon, organized a deep-sea fishing excursion in 1989
Valerie’s Young Women, around Debbie at the Belmont Chapel piano; including Margaret Dredge
Paul Dredge succeeded me as president of the Asian Branch
Nancy Dredge took over as Music Coordinator when I was called to lead the choir.
Lindsay Elisabeth Ralston named after Liz.
Bishop Paul Dredge invited me to participate in its June 28 Sacrament Meeting
Upon our exile to Utah, we found found Margaret employed by the Utah Symphony Orchestra
Ron and Linda Huppi
Jonathan(?), at the 1982 Cambridge Ward Christmas Party
Linda Darley Huppi the perennial sparkplug of the Spring Sing
I’ve known no better accompanists.
Spring Sing was Linda Huppi’s show, every year.
Sparkplugged by the great Linda Huppi in 1995
Marilyn A Foley Jodoin
When we met in 1970, Marilyn was married to Dave Ailshie, then in the Seventies Presidency with me; Carol is their daughter.
Valerie’s Young Women, around Debbie at the piano; including Carol Ailshie
Jim and Mary Johnston
Pepe, at Timbaloo, before we gave him to the Johnstons
Sang Nanki-Poo to my Ko-Ko in the 1995 Spring Sing
Arlington Ward Bishop, neighbor, and friend
At Amy Maitland’s wedding reception
Bequeathed Pepe le Pew to Jim and Mary Johnston
Gathered at Jim and Mary Johnston’s
Inherited and still curates Pepe le Pew
Blogged about Pepe Le Pew when the Cambridge Chapel burned.
Ed and Diane Kellogg
Ed and Diane Kellogg hosted a post-parade picnic for the Arlington Ward
Lee and Dottie LaPierre
Fellowship in the Church seems to have survived our choir deviations
Bishop of the Arlington Ward
We Andersons sat for years in the third row at Church, behind Lee and Dottie and their ten kids.
At Amy Maitland’s wedding reception
Katie at Primary brunch
At the 19th Reunion of the Arlington Ward At the Kelloggs’ 2000 Patriots’ Day post-parade picnic
Bill and Jo Maitland
Emily and Amy at Cyndi’s 5th birthday Party at Timbaloo
Amy, at the 1982 Cambridge Ward Christmas Party
Valerie’s Young Women, around Debbie at the Belmont Chapel piano; including Eliza and Sarah Maitland
Jo’s Valerie’s best friend; Justin and Sarah Maitland are long-term good friends
At the Kelloggs’ 2000 Patriots’ Day post-parade picnic
Beloved pillars of Cambridge Branch and Cambridge and Arlington Wards
Jo is Valerie’s best friend, if I don’t count
Amy’s wedding reception
We stayed with them in Arlington for Chris’ funeral
Stayed with them in Lansdowne on our final trip back to our Eastern home.
Went with them to the amazing Philadelphia Temple.
Gus and Betty Manderino
Gus Manderino, then still an active-duty Arlington cop.
Marc, in the parlor, enjoying the crokinole board that Gus Manderino gave us.
I’ve answered cheerfully to “Dick” from only three men
I’m “Andy” by preference, largely as a prophylactic against that alternative.
Learned about Macouns (pronounced McGowans) from Gus.
Agostino Manderino, of Arlington and the U. S. Army, met and wed Betty Smith of Tooele, Utah.
I was warned that Sister Manderino was a real sweetheart, but her husband the cop was a grouch.
Without question, the best likeness I’ve seen of the inimitable Gus Manderino.
Gus and Betty at the Primary Brunch in 2002
Beloved pillars of Cambridge Branch and Cambridge and Arlington Wards
Took Gus 30 years to convert
At Primary brunch, 2002
Chuck and Joan Matheny
Valerie resisted release as Young Women President
2004—Arlington Ward 20th Reunion
2004—Spring Sing, 2004
John and Dorothy Miller
The Millers at the 2004—Arlington Ward 19th Reunion
2004—Spring Sing, 2004
Ellen Patton
Perennial social sparkplug of the One True Ward.
Took pictures of the Scarlet Shuffle at my 50th MIT Reunion

Warren and Harriet Rapson
I conducted their baptism service as Cambridge Ward Mission Leader
At the Kelloggs’ 2000 Patriots’ Day post-parade picnic
Served with me in the Asian Branch’
At Primary brunch, 2002
Ruby Souza baptized concurrently with the Rapsons.
Matt and Heather Robertson
Great-grandson of Leroy Robertson
Assistant choir director in Arlington
Both playing with the Orchestra on Temple Square circa 2003
Garret and Carrel Sheldon
With Paul Dredge, organized a deep-sea fishing excursion
Jim and Mimmu Sloan
Valerie’s Young Women, around Debbie at the Belmont Chapel piano; including Eva-Jo Sloan
Roger Sykes
At Primary brunch, 2002
Kip and Leesa Thompson
At the Kelloggs’ 2000 Patriots’ Day post-parade picnic
Bishop Kip (a great favorite with our girls, in particular)
Kip at the 2004—Arlington Ward 19th Reunion Granted me a year of merciful emotional decompression after the Erik disaster
Humored a deviant choir director
Bishop of the Arlington Ward
Patriots’ Day at the Kelloggs
At Amy Maitland’s wedding reception
Present at the 19th Reunion of the Arlington Ward
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