Milton High School - Echo Yearbook (Milton, MA)

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i I 5 ! 2 PPL tj 1 569 THE F IJ H T Y N I N E B 5 PRESENT THIS VOLUME as a record of their Milton High School adventure. The Forty-niners of the past searched for gold, but their namesakes sought for and found at M.H.S. the greater treasures of knowledge and understand- ing, of cooperation and friendship with one another, and of faith in the future. F.,,,gf X., ,-Xorg so K ,.. ' ' f cf- its C12 " -. f- , L X Q 5-ff , Etta . 'r fi L , J-N 'LL If LH- , 1- so Q, fm, to Q, T 1 -X ff?"-itffflf'-' is" ' f t t s ' fir 3' flfftcfi fi r QQ ft g k as e J t Q r. -" N 'rfgx--ixiiifil 'A' ff 'iii l "' 152'-i K 5- ' 1361 g:3.--fg -. , ggi pf? rglf, :gf 932.5 X' ' 1-Q 'tt 1 3.9.1. Nl The UNQ .fd puggcafiolz of IA., SENIUH CLASS MILTUN HIGH SIIHIIIIL MILTUN, MASSACHUSETTS YEARBC :K-'49 MHS EEUHBE II. MAHSDEN .l:leaclmaJfer le .jJeac!ma5 fer 2 eaaage u A century of strife and progress has added much to historical lore since longing eyes lured by dreams of precious nuggets were drawn toward the Golden Cate. In that historic gold rush, personal avarice proved the undoing of many of the more venturesome. The nineteen forty-nine graduates are on the verge of a quest for attainments of more intrinsic value than gold. In this search the motives of narrow personal gain can be fully as devastating as the greed of one hundred years ago. Your quests of success, knowledge, companionship, and cooperation are worthy ideals. What is the success you seek? ls it a pyramid of wealth to Haunt before other men? Is it the prestige of power or the adulation of popular acclaim? Or is it the joy that springs from a job well done and a satisfaction that you carry more than your share of the load? What is the knowledge you seek? Is it the book-recorded facts of history? ls it a methodical routine which has been evolved and which you have tried and not found wanting? Is it the best siftings of other people's experiences? Or must you supple- ment the known and even pioneer in unknown areas? ls this the knowledge you seek ultimately? Can others benefit from it? Can they improve upon it? How basic is the companionship you seek? Is it the stimulation incited by crowds? Is it the entertainment provided by the imagination or experience of another? ls it the fellowship of men with like interests and common aims? Is it the bond of friendship held firm and secure by links of quiet trust and precious thoughts? Why is cooperation a part of your quest? ls it a popular fad? ls it a mere trend of the times? Does it spring from group thinking? Is its development an accepted practice? Or is cooperation truly the keystone in the arch of understanding? These simple questions are directed to you who graduate. It is my hope that your worthy quests may be guided by a keen understanding desire to help others even more strongly than to benefit yourselves. 5 'u ii J: ,Z Miss Gertrude Miller Guidance Department To you, Miss Gertrude M. Miller, and to you, Mr. Arthur J. Brimstine: we, the Forty- niners of Milton High School, dedicate this year book. For your wise and patient direc- tion, for your interest in our preparations for work and for further training, for your readiness to be of service at all times, we are deeply grateful. Mr. Arthur J. Brimstine Vice-Principal Head of Mathematics Department xw,,u,,',qn'," u x if -ws IW-W Wg! 3754. ' w 14" MN., wx. 1+ -nr - 1191, ,glam H, . ,Q x If N 4" ,w..,:w LQ ,. ,.,.. 1 ww w , , f , W Ny , wgyugll 5 ,1 Qjm - - '12 , ' , 1 W ' fy ' W ,z -- L x ' W 1 fl 5-f'i",:'9 '3j','3'1"'V'1' "W 1' 'YQ-, .4r1 V,J'.l! wwf? wmv! w A N M N 5 . ,MQW 'N , ' q N .9 'N ' . R, -1 mf?-b, ' Lf 1 ,f ,N A. n' . h ,, , .,.' . X, ' 1 if A , ,X 1 ' 'X v V , 'i 1 1- --" WT f' ff , f 4 1' 4: -q ' gi ' mf A + . KC 1 , -1 n- ff. - f - S - X "'e'lN' 'Q am. r. '-'N' Aknomi G. Arm Ms. Cross Country unc I uk lo 1 Wiznmzu, F. lil-2NNi'I'l"l', Phybiw Auto Mechanics. Radio Club Adxmx HAROLD L. Blsmil-1, Latin Dolus A. Bmnclcs. Head of Rngli ll ljlllillllli nl MAX 0. BROWN. Chess Club Adi 1211 JOHN A. CARNIIQ. Hookkeepin Hockey Couvll. Assistant Football l o ll ll Sunu.m' Cfxvic, lfnglisli. Yvar Hook Ac xml DORIS H, Cimnwuzk. Latin ALICE Fi. CONANT. Physical I dur xtlon Director of blrls Athlmtlns Nlcl.l.u: V. DAWHS, Sewing CIIARLICS Nl. lllmmi. NVnndno1kin Avronaulic's. I1llIllN Lou 1 GRlC'l"l'A L. lhuxs. Biology, RUTH DYAS. English. Unquity TIIELMA B. FUSTER. History Studvut Council Adu tl A. Ilugnii GODDARD, Head of Frvmh DF1D3lilllCl1t Q-cccu fy GENEROSA C. HAGAN, Foods, Cafeteria Director DORA HANILIN, Art JOIIN M. HASKICLI., History, Basketball Coach ANNE C. JONES, French, French Club Adviser E. FRANCIS KAN!-I, Submaster. Head of Connnercial Department NATIIANIEI. W. KETTENDORF, Mechanical Drawing HARRY B. MCCORMICK, Physical Education, Hygiene, Football Coach lVlAR'I'HA R. MURIJOCK, Typewriting, Office Practice NORMAN N. NEVINS, Head of History Departnient, Assistant Track Coach EDITH E. NEYLAN, Law, Bookkeeping, Latin-Ainerican Club Adviser ROBERT J. N. OSBORN, Baseball Coach CLAIRE E. PARTRIDGE, English, Dramatic Club Adviser FREDERICK A. ScIIoENHERR, Superviser of Manual Arts, Athletic Association Treasurer HOWARD A. SMITH, Head of Science Department, Visual Aids, Photography Club Adviser STANLEY F. SNELI., Mathematics, Junior Varsity Basketball .4 QI I I l"MNm:ls W i A. GI-IRAl,I!l I". GI-Ill'I'Rlilll-I 'I'wiss. Ste-img:-apln. T C. CLCM f H.uuum' Ii. S'I'Al'I.l'IS. Sivmigi-apln. Typ:'xsl'iting. Girls- lA'ill2Qlll' Afivis--1' NORMAN ll. VIVARDII-'F. History. iVIathematics. Junior Varsity Ftltllllilil . 'I'.-vrlm. Musiv. Build. f,I'L'ill'Sll'il ypvwriting. i"inam'ia1l Adviscr 0 Pulilicalions Rosazolc li. Iwmiism. l'rmling. blmp me AVHITIC. linglisli Im I+. lilcicxl. N-cn-lui'y Fl:-xxfzi-is l,. Liimm-.m. Num- l,wii: A. l,m-zzm. Clvrk Iiuslf: Dlcifmwn, Mullu-niulim-s. Al.1m:ic NIc:Cm', Pliysical Education Hmnv Homin Assvinirly Arlvisvr Ili-iiimuli llolimiixx. Iinglish. IC. AIICRICDITII Rmzn. linglish. Un lvuw of aiusvau-rv 10448-A10 Press Club Advisor A1ARl2'kIlK'I' ll. lh:.x1.n, Music- AARON H. Yi-:.vroN. Physical Ifkliic-ation, Uirvvtur of Athivtivs. Faculty Manalgvi' 10 MHS ..... .. -... i v , , ','X"' 'w ' X " 2' 1, "M" A ' 'N X ' , 69- L , A 'fp'-' LX! M y, X Q. Xi, gXXXXk EXXXX WX QXXQ , 1 MX , X ' , LX X -XX XX X X X i X X LXXHL5 1 XX 3' N f' . 1.3, 1 4 J , ' ,:" x ' , 4 1 X W" , Y, ,'.',"- 'X ,M . Wlfm '- .13 ., XXX!-..-gm H X ' :m, 1 . wa L 'U'-NQIm"' 1' , L , X N w, X XX. "1 Wm ,. , . ' A " 1, 1 , ., ' l W W- ' ' W 'FEE . am lr 'll' W H, Run, 4101, ,,, ,,gl,1jg I-,, Ullonm-Il, Il. Vnlsifvr. N. Kvrr. li. Xkllsnn. lf, l"ram-r. lt. lflllis. ll. fill-Um-: ,, , . - '. ' ' . . -,.f1 lem- nt, ol....... m.. s.v...1U, r, e,1...... s. mu, J, 11r....,,1..il1, J. rx...a,. nz. sim-m. n. 1:r....11f-n, Nl. s.'n.....1.. Xl, lh--lnoml, J. Xlvuilt-1--, lX. lin-v. C, Wilson. YE HBIJIIH Elliffif-Iill-0111-17, RlClli1l'tl Vtfatson Assislanl lflI,l.1Ul'S Rolwrt Ellis Nancy Kerr llonalql Pnlsifm-r lgilJ!'II'lIlPll.Y Eliiflll' lillvn Oillonnvll l,ill'I'!ll"V Arlvisvr Miss Sliirlvy Cau- Filllllllfl-fl! Arlviscr Miss lf. Cvrtruclo Txsiss Stag Sylvia Bell ,lane Merrilecs ,lean Calnplwll Joseph Noris Nancy Dec Robert Ulsson Mary Dcsinoncl Riclmrcl Rancllvtt Cynthia Fraser Catherine Schultz l?l'2lIll'GS Glynn Marie Sclnnnlm Rvginn Malice Charles Smyth Carol XVilson With our gratvlul appreciation to Doro- thy Alnel and Gerard Jepson for drawings, to Rolwrt Donohue and Arthur Harkins for the vlass numerals. to Cciorge johnson for snapshots. to Joseph Connelly and Carol Scllroeclf-r for special Write ups. and to the entire class for its vntllusiastic sup- port and intvrest. 12 MHS- ' The 19418-1949 Student Council con- tinued to work for the betterment of the school throughout the year. Aided by the members of the Home Room Assembly, the Council sponsored wide constructive and social programs. The members of the Council supervised the Courtesy Cam- paign, the schoolis Lost and Found Depart- ment, and the awarding of athletic letters. Among the annual events included in the program were the Sophomore Party, held in September to acquaint the new members of the school with their fellow classmates, the Harvest Dance in Novem- ber. and the fall and spring movies. Through attendance at various state. division, and regional conferences of the National Association of Student Councils. the members acquainted themselves with the problems confronting students' organ- izations throughout the state. ST HE T IIUUNIIII. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Facility Adviser Russell Sandblom James Jackson .lane Halliday Edward Power Miss Thelma B. Foster Swnrvl llrfl In righll: E. Pow:-r. J. Hallillny. R, Surulblnm, J. Jan-k-on, J. Costello: Slunrlingz D. Dnln-y, F. Hs-gm-r, C. Smyth. J. Dvsnmml, D. jnllnstunu, C. Collins. .M .. . ::?'-9"-1'-' il front Row tlrfl In ligllll: J. Nexins, ll. tiifmlex, ti, Svliromlt-1. S. liuight. l'. Kr-lnp, ll. liunslv-in. ll. llziker: Rini! ir: ', N 0t.onm-ll. K. l..iInu-. It, Il.tll.iIi.m. li. Ill-ni. I lout-xp lt. Jolnislonv, Nl. Ito--li--, ti. julinsun. EIIHU ,'jfll'f0l'-ill-Cllfff Sanford llwigtit 'fl-9 flssislani lfrlilors Philip Kemp '40 Carol Sfvhroeller 'sl-'J Rohert Runstein '50 Sporls David Hallahun '-'W Edward Power' '50 Nancy 0'Connell '50 I iterary AlIUl..W'l' Miss llIfIlll'iI1l Arlvixar Nliss l". tif'l Ruth Dy as 'lI'll1lt"lltt iss Locals Barbara Baker 119 Ralph Block '40 Phologrnpliy George Johnson 319 AVIS Harold Crowley '49 Dorothy Johnstone '50 .4lllIIlIll' Ann Lahive '50 Humor ,lo Ann Nevins 'Il-0 Secretary Catherine Fehultz '40 E.t'l7IIHllgl'.9 Margery lim-he '50 Our suhool inaguzine, The Lllllllll-ff Hello, publishes in eaeh issue a vuriecl col- lection of student stories. poems. reports on school activities. snapshots. and illus- trutions. In the annual Boston Globe con- test. the magazine has received high rat- ings. MHS.- .. -.. ..--- The Home Room Assembly of the Stu- dents' Association consists of one delegate and one alternate from each senior high homeroom. The chief duty of this Ofgall- ization is to assist the Student Council in its various activities. This year it has helped to sell movie and dance tickets. Three times a year the delegates, with the aid of their alternates, distribute and col- lect the activity cards which keep an ac- curate record of the activities of the stu- dents each year. HIJME HUIJM SSEMBLY President Charles Collins Vice-President ,loan Kclliher Secretary ,lean Henningzm Assistant Secretary Daniel Crowley Faculty Adviser Miss Rose Depoyan lxr Run' llvjl lu riglnl: li. Murphy. Xl. Sc-hulnh. ll. lllmsln-y, J. H:-nuigzm. ,l. Kvlliln-r. C. Collins, l'. Domi:-y. K, lm.,t..,.-y. xl. czumpl-.-ll: and RW: J, Him-.-y, s. xl.-i'..gm-, lm. om... W, Fox, rg, Altima, J. l.1-vin-, la. xn.,.,.a. S. llmiglll. ll. Gnlln'l'y'. WY. Ford, J. Wvlmln. Xl. Rnwllv, li. Xalnllaull: ffnl Rolf: F. -Xrlllur, W. Xluvli, H. Xl.u'llunulnl. I'. Nl:-In-uri. P. Xlau-ulnnulll, P. Xl:-Gonigle. K. Nc-wrninb. J. 0'Ke-vfe. H. Ne-leon, ll, Lake. W. llvnsnmrr, l'. Kemp, .l. Collin-. 1 1 'i' lx! Ibm' tlvfl In riglill: ,I. Na-vine. Xl. llnnmqni. C. llnrt, S. lh-ll, M, Svhunilx, li. Waller. M. Downey, .l. Merrilevsg Lfnrl Huff: 12. Wil-nn. l'. Ka-nip, li. lint-un. ll. l'nlsif1'l'. ll, M4-Nlnlmll. l'. l"n-uliliulnl. S. llmiglll, K. Svllultv. C. Cmvilvy. HU UH HULL Congratulations to our Honor Roll Sen- iors! Their perseverance, application, and sc-holasliu achievements merit special rec- ognition. In addition, these students are entitled to a special "M" for their leader- ship and service in Ll variety of school mgrzinizutions, lVlHSl -.. -1 The annual initiation of the sophomores and the impressive candle-light installation of new oliicers marked the beginning of a busy program for the Girls' League. This year the League carried out many benehcial projects. Among these were the sending of clothing bundles to a needy town in the mountain section of Kentucky. the supervising of the school library, and the raising of funds for the League's scholarship fund. The climax of the social program was the annual Girls, League Dance in April. GIRLS' LEAGUE President Carole Crowley Senior Vice-Presirlent Mildred Campbell funior Vice-Presirlent Nancy O7Connell Sophomore Vl'C6-Pl'CSI:fl'6lll Janet Costello Secretary Elizabeth Manning Treasurer Miss Edith Neylan Faculty Adviser Miss Harriet Staples hr Row Hell In riglilla Carole Crowley, pr:-sid:-nl: Xlihlrc-il Czimphf-ll. si-ninr vivo-preeiflvm: Janet Cnet:-lln, sophomore xii-v-pri-sidviil: Elizabeth fllnnning, sm-rrotary: Buck Rnzr: Nancy 0'Cnnm-ll, junior vice-pr:-sidcnt, iff. 57' U.: Ist Row Hell lu nglrllz J. ll'-ren-W J. llallulny, 5. M K. Power, M. ltovliv, J. Arvlwr, 21111 Row: J, Cmllulmn. D. juhmlonr-, W. Munro:-, L, 0l.onn4-ll. W. lox, M. Bw-rrv C. Fra-wr. P H E 5 5 li L H President Edward Power Executive Member Robert Sullivan Secretary Sheila M mnmrx 'e Faculty Adviser Miss Meredith Reed HS The Press Club is made up of ten boys and ten girls from the junior class who are chosen by their English teachers. Each month one boy and one girl cover the sports, clubs, assemblies, and other news of interest and report to the Milton papers. The purpose of the Press Club is to keep the people of Milton informed about the activities in the high school. The Dramatic Club provides experience in acting and stagecraft, supplies whole- some entertainment for its members and for the school, and promotes an active in- terest in the theater. At each monthly meeting, a different group presents a one act play. Under the direction of Miss Claire Partridge, the club adviser, the senior members presented the three act mystery play, The Night of fanuary 16th. Karen Quinn, Carol Ann Schroeder, Donald Bat- ting, and Ronald Bowman played the lead- ing roles in this unusual courtroom drama. The large supporting cast presented the conflicting evidence in a most effective manner. DHAMATIII EI. B President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser Ronald Bowman Jane Halliday Nancy Kerr William Fox Miss Claire E. Partridge Front Row U1-'ft In righllz N. Kerr, R. Bowman. W. Fox. J. Hallidayg Bark Row: C, Svliroenler. P. Cartwright. M. Schumb, J. Cnmphcll, E. O'Dunnrll, M. Lugnrr' J, Hannigan. Er, Y vo First Raw UPI! In riglrtj: B. Pulaski, Fi. 0'llonm-ll, H. Coym-, J. M:n'AmInm, I". Uhllii-ld. D. Shen. M. 0'Connvll. D. Punch, H. Dias: Ser-and Row: B. Graves. C. Mucnlunuld, C, Wilson, C. Svlurm-dvr, M. Dura-y. J. Canipln-ll. M. Downey, K. Quinn, J. Mi-rrilvvs. NI. lliwrnomi, I-2. Mun-mlonalzl, ll. Canipln-ll, l'. lhflyn-nz Third Rum: J. Cliristi-xiwn, J. Trent, L. Smart, P. Donovan, C. Crook, Nl. Caruso. S. Film-l"ag:n1'. l'1. llnnn, Y. Galley: Fuurlli Row: ll. Pant-rsou. D. Pulsifer, J. Surnlblom, P. Dudley, D. Stew-vis, A. Hurkins. K. Farnle-I. ll. Jepson. M. l'zlppns: Fifllz Row: U. Knupp, l-f. Linroln, C. Quirk, A. Fu-4-tier. GLEE EI. B President Treasurer Director Accompanist Assistant MHS jean Campbell Dorothy Shea Mr, lsrancis Tatro Miss Margaret Heald Miss Rose Depoyan The Clee Club has completed a year of growth and accomplishment under the di- rection of Mr. Tatro. Following the school traditions, the Clee Club provided the music for the Thanksgiving assemblyg and at Christmas time, the members sang carols in the corridors throughout the building. The Glvc Club prepared selections for the annual spring concert of the music department and for the Spring Festival of New England Schools. Much credit is due Mr. Tatro, Miss Heald. and Miss Depoyan for helping the M.H.S. Clee Club to attain its present high standard. The Milton High School Band proudly represented our school at eight of the foot- ball games and at some of the baseball games. The band had the additional honor of playing at Fenway Park for the B. U. --N. Y. U. football game. The hand constributed several delight- ful selections at the annual spring concert. At the State Music Festival held at New Bedford, our musicians received a very favorable rating. The group had a very profitable year in many ways. After working hard for new uniforms, the members received their new outfits in March. Now our band looks as well as it sounds! Director Mr. Francis Tatro Flon! Run' llvfz lo riglllilz D. Holmes. J. Us-z-rin,2'. D. Pi:-kcrillg. J. Rufusc, M. Gluck, R. Murcli, C. Perry, S. Mikulski. XV. Ki-ouglig Secoml Raw: D, Kanxpp, B, Alexander, D. Sargent, A. Ducey, L. Lee, H. McDonald, I7. l'um'h. N. Aylwursl. l'. Dodge. B. Brown. .l. Liuieg Tlrinl Row: T. Stenbcrg. D. Lunt, R. McLeod, K. Herscy, ll. S1-xlozl. XV. Hooper. L. Beckett, I-I. Walker. li. Lincoln, C. Smith. P. Sinnnonsg Fourth Raw: A. Fusoni, E. Dunn, I7. Slu-ii. ll. Trovslninlge, C. Quirk, K. Block. J. Shrink, J. Frei-lnzm. -F6 W-If -1. .up 12... Q' va I Isl Huw tlvfl lo righll: lt. I-lllis, F. Miller, ll. Stvvvlls, J. Mustt-morn, lf. 0'Donncll, A. llurltius, C. Duuohocg 21:11 Roar: ll. Wallin-1-, J. 0'tIumn-ll. l'. I-'v-nlinanld, It. lNlr'tIalnnl. J. Miligny, IP. Fings-raid, N, H1-rrnn, R. Onkua H IJIIJ III. B l'r1'si41crlI ,lilIllt'S Mastvrson l 'if-cf-l'r'es1'rfell! lien Wallace Sf'I,'l'!'flll'y lfllvn 0'DonnPll 7'1'u1l.w1'1'l' Alan Davis l,llI't'lLIlSl-llg Agvnl David Stevens Fm-ully Aflviser Mr. Wendell Hvnnctt Among the neiwst organizations in the school is the Radio Cluh, which was started lust year. It meets after school cvcry othvr Tuesday for work and discus- Sion. This yvar Pavh lneniher made one of the following projects: a home radio, a portable radio, or a short wave set. A few lnvmlu-rs worked for their amateur radio livmiscls. The club hopes next year to explore the newer fields of radio. such as television and radar. The Photography Club enjoyed an active year under the direction of Mr. Smith. Many profitable discussions were held concerning the proper use of equipment and the best ways of taking and develop- ing pictures. For special projects, the members made Christmas cards and worked on dark room improvements. The club members take many pictures of school scenes, some of which have been printed in the Unquity Echo and the Year- book. PHUTIJBH PHY III. B President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser George Johnson Richard Carlson Gloria Pesiri William Melley Mr. Howard Smith I.v1 Run' ll:-fl lu riglzlyz ll. Kluym-, ll. Dias. W. Mi-llvy. R. Carlson, G. Pvsiri, P. llownvy, I. Fulzonv, L. Sllilnmin 2mI Row: F. Ili:-kinson, li. Ni-ll, D. Pulsilvr, li. lillis, W. llunrov, J. Blast:-rsun, W. Thatcher. S. Raisg 3111 Row: J. Sullivan, M. Pappas, K. R3IlLllCiI, D. Batting, A. Hurkins, R. Hadillctun, W. Sccutore, H. Crowley. N Hrxl Row tlrll lu righll: M. llullupbvll. K. liz-mon, 1. Asqnilh, C. Sun-ll, ll, Wtnlson, ti. Wilson. l'. lllt-l.:-mi, In Q, K N. A. l5"l'iH, ll- ll1'lIlll'l'. H. Smilll. J. Fuln-yg Svvurul Row: li. 0'Ilonnn-ll, N. lh-4-, .l. Buy-tl, C. Sn-lmu-all-r, li. Clowlvv, Nluille-t. Nl. Gluck, li. Guslnfv, G. llurslnnan, R. Holub, D. llarrly, S. Huis, S. livllg Thinl Row: Rl. Schunili, Quinn, l'. Svliviulm-, .l. Nvvin:-, ll. llownr-y, J. Culnplwll, ll. Alwl, .l. film'rx'il4-vs, Ii. Wullf-r, ll. Yivkvrsoll. lholum. M, lh-smoml, H. Nlnrpliy, lf. llnn, M. Ilnuovnng l"uunli Row: li. liownnin, ll. Ilmlnllvlon, S. Dwight, Jlllulson, ll. lzllls, l.. Nnyllx, XX. Xl:-ll:-x, ll, l'ulsll:-r, l'. l'n'l4llnnnal, ll, 'Xl1'Xlulmn, ll. Cloulv-5. PHE EH EI. B Senior Sl'Ill.0l' Junior funior Faculty Adviser MHS Presirlent liichard Watson Secretary Carol Vllilson Presirlent Carol Snell Secrelary l'aul McLean Miss Anne Jones Le Cercle francais is one of Milton Higlfs largest organizationsg yet it has lonfr been the most informal. Under the U guidance of Miss Anne Jones, the club tries to promote a greater interest in France and to help its memlicrs to speak French more fluently. At tht- annual open nivvting for thu cn- tire school, the club presented the delight- ful conwdy, Paris lnlerllule. Plays depict- ing holiday customs. charades. and conversational contests have lmeen features of other programs, ln ,lanua1'y, the senior officers retired. and the junior ollicers assumed respon- sibility for uintvr and spring avtivities of the club. n The Latin-American Club has its own guidance of Miss Neylan, enjoyed a pro- fitable year learning about the various Latin-American countries. The primary purpose of this club is to promote a mut- ual understanding of our neighbors in the other Americas. For the bi-weekly meetings, the members plan exhibits, re- ports on current Latin-American affairs. and programs for special Latin-American holidays. The members are also learning to use common Spanish expressions. The Latin-American Club has its own art committee, directed by Joanne Herron. and its music committee led by Carol Wilsoli. LTI AMERICAN Faculty Adviser President Vice-Presidellt S ffcretary Trevsurer IILB Miss Edith Ney lan Norma Murray Mildred Glu:-k Carol Schroeder Claire Quirk Isl Rum flefl ln riglzljz P. Holtz, C. Crowley. J. liznlgvr, T. Kunun-ally, D. Batting. W. lhirgvss, C. Ilomrlnn-, V. Curley, H. Hickey, F. 'illilfielilg 2nd Row: Y. Ford, C. Wilson, C. Scln'ov1lr'r, C. Qnirk. N. Murray, M. Gln:-k, D. Caruso, J. Herron, E. Nlacdonald, J. Viukcrsong 3rd Raw: B. Clark, B. 0'Tuo1c, J. Fzllicy, T. Stafford, B. Tllolnson, E. Murphy M. Cmnpl.vz'll, M. Svlnllnb, M. Desmond, P. Noyes, B. Shannon, E. Smith, K. Mnloncyg 41h Row: D. Martin, E, McGarraIizln, R. Holub, A. Linclmn, H. Coyne, J. Riley, M. Mc-alle, P. Lawrence. H. Dr-nnvliy, li. Brooks, M. Lugncc, ll. Johnson, E. Cuslwc. 25 In 'E' A, up 1 l Isl Row llefl lu righljz P. Doelgs-, G. Morris, K. Hunlfllvton, H. Whighaln, R. Parslov, T, Lynch: 2nd Raw: lt. Mullunald, R. Doherty, D. Brown, ll. Small, R. Bloc CHESS IIL H President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser H5 Russell Haddleton George Morris Roland Small Thomas Whigham Mr. Max O. B 1'1m wn Under the auspices of the Boston Inter- scholastic Chess League, the Milton High Chess Club has met such strong opponents this year as Boston Latin, Boston English, and Brookline High. Although Milton High has only a few skilled players at pres- ent. the outlook for future years is bright. The Junior High Chess Club, of which Clifton Smith is the president, is doing much to stimulate interest in chess among the younger pupils. ,wuwxwu m,,,'!w, M, ,N ,, , , wwwwm, I NX Y X X vip W ui, . ,,,, , QV' 4, i'r,'A.I1 , -will X Wa' 0 67' I fic, Q-171.7 , " 95,4 .f ' 6S1'v3':fP , X 5 , i' 5 " :Ui by 1-,M f 47' 'J-SN! fri '-ff N32 P x:"f K 'V -iwl' X .0 r 4,1 L WMU QQ -ave' 9 k 1 N. 'X X 4 f 4 1 I N ' , X . , Llp' 'wg . KAI ' 4! 1 n - . E X .- X Rx x fab 1 Qxfxxz a Sa X'f' Sig L wil N X' Jean Cam Ll qq Fluff: Ron' llwfl lo nplllt: Xlr, t,:iru1i-, IP. Nlovlniy. l'. Nlrhoiilglv, .l. Ninilliloln. V. ltlnrk. ll. lmli-y. .l. ltiivliuiizlii l.. Lollnli. XII. Nl1'f.olnm-k: 11111 Ron I J. Lolllns. .l. Loalr-llo, XX. Fox, J, llnli-o, l'. llonollnv, t'. llunllm-yg l'. l'lr'lil1n-eau J. Itlnkv. J. NI:-Garry: .Jul Hou: I-,, Lnlnplwll, tl. tfllonm-ll. S. llniglil, It. t'1'1iv, .l. K1-lly, t'. Mxuwlonulil, H. Slou-r, J. Juvkhoii, lt. but-utoiv-g Ill: Ron: tt. Hyun, li. tizul:-un, NN. Joy, li. lhinhluin, C. Smyth, E. l'umcrs, E. Cuilvy. PUUTB LL Co-1-upluills William Nlau-lx J. Rnssvll Slltltlliltlltl Alllllflgfl' john Collins llwul Combi: Mr. llnrry lX'lm'Corniir'lx xlssfslnlll LVUIIFIL Mr. john A. lfairnir MHS 'l'hc footlrnll tcuni vlininxcll its ln-st svn- son of rcccnt ycars hy' tying with Concorcl High for the State Class C Cllanipionsliip. The tvznn non nine of its ten gzuiies. losing only to Fllttlllllglliltll. Hy' ove1'poxxvril15: North Quincy, thc Maroon and Whitm- lurolw u twelve- your losing slrcak. 'l'hrvo nivinlwrs of our vxrellvnt sqnml ircvixml tht- honor of living svlvctvcl lor ltu- South Sliorv All-Scholastim' Vl't'2ltll. tlwrc-hy proxing that Mark. Sznulhlom. :incl lllnlw rank with tho hesl atlllvtcs in this sm-tion. hninvasnrahlc praise unit 1-remlit is clue' Coaches lVlL'C0l'llltt'k and Curniv. the 1-o-vaptailis. and thx' entire' squad. Coach Arnold Adams's cross-country squad for 1948 finished a fair season with a gratifying victory over Quincy. During the season, the course record of 1220.5 was broken hy our own Fretl Conrad and hy a sophomore from Brain- tree, who set a new time of 12:16.10 Co- eaptain Harold Crowley ran a steady third in most of the meets. with Walter Gillis. the other Co-captain. coming in fourth several times. The final slate showed losses to Rock- land and North Quincy, a win at Everett Vocational, losses to Braintree and Wey- mouth. and the final min over Quincy. EHUSS EUU THY C0-captains Harold Crowley Walter' Gillis fWC1l1IIgCl' Robert Oakes Coach Mr. Arnolcl Aflams Ixr Rau' Hof! In rigllllz H. Crowley. T. NlvLaugl1lin. R. Ellis. J. White, F. Conraul: 21111 Row: R, -Oakes, W. 'lIv'Cinly, F. Sullivan. A. Hurt. li. Sullivan. J. Xloon-. D. Crowley: .5'nl Razr: J. Holm:-r. 17. 5If'Vl'l1S. D- Plilfilvll -1- Skillillll- 9 Q I A ":j':' It! Run- tlrjl lu nghlt: W. 'Ihutrhn-1. H. Ltnlmn. Ii. Napili. K.. .lm-'I-, WX. .l1ly. lt, l'nl-it'-r, XX. llilli-, l', llnnn. lt, Hall.nlmn: Zur! R4-u: lt. Luntplwtl. nnnnngt-rg F. Xlnlh-n. XX. Xltllnns. J. XXtntn-. H. 'l'ltnusmnt It. I-'tnnlt-I, NX. St-rnlnn-. H. Snllimn, J, Fritz, 1. Snllixnn TH Eli Mnnagvr Rnhvrt Czunplwll lfoavlt Mr. Arnold Adams MHS The svcond yvar of winter track at 1Vl.H.S. llfitllfllll furth many calltdidatvs ful' tht- 1liH1l'l'l'tll spewialtivs. The tvann hvld dual nwvts with Ntttit-k and with Boston Cnllege High. At the Northeastern. Greater Huston lntvrsc'hnlustic. and State' Mm-ts. tht- lmys nwt stiff cmnpvtitinn and gainml vahtzlhh- PXllPl'iPltl'l'. 'l'hc- training 11-1-viwtl in uintvr trzu-k hvlpt-tl to km-p thtf ltlillll lIll'llllN'l'S in con- ditinn for tht' nmrv strc-nunus st-he-fhtle in the spring. HIQIEHEY Something new has been added to Mil- ton Highw-a hockey team. Coach Carnie issued uniforms and began practice during the Christmas vacation. Although the team was handicapped by inexperience and hy MU"age" Dfmald Sargent the unseasonahle scarcity of ice, it made u Assistant Manager paul P-inerty fair showing lll the South Shore Hockey League. Wins and losses were almost Coach Mr- John A- Camle equally divided, Next year, the team will have a sizeahle nucleus of veterans and the prospect of a hetter showing. Finn! Row flefl In righllz P. Hennessey, J. Curley, W. Crnne, R. Wallace. R. Reid, B. Russell, W. Melley, W. Mark, H. Bortolutti. G. Smith: Rear Row: Mr. Carnic lvmwlll, P. Fincrly lnmlmgx-rl, l'. Ilnrsvy, R. Hutt:-rwurth. J. Kea-fr. D. Mr-llvy, E. Curley, D. Quinn. W. Fox. R. Ultlheltl. J. Davey, P. lllnvslulmlnl. C. Stewart, D. Surg:-nt lnmnagz-rj. C l l 31 'u 9:5 X, If km :swf 'X 'x'N"3 3 ,mow Q ff if B SHETB I.I. This year our basketball team under the direction of Mr. Haskell really earned the title of "Whizz Kidsw. First, they raced through their schedule of Bay State League games with a total of fourteen wins and one loss. Then came the well deserved invitation to the Tech Tourney. ln succession, Milton don ned Winthrop, Braintree, and Belmont, and became Class B champs of the Tech Tourney. But that was not all! At the New England Tournament the following week, the "Whizz Kidsw defeated the Sacred Heart High School of Waterbury, the Class B champions of Connecticut! Captain, John Kelly Coach, Mr. John Haskell Manager, George Fl. Johnson junior Varsity Coach, Mr. Stanley Snell Assistant Managers, Gerard Jepson, Robert Welts Frnnz Ron' ffffl In righll: D. Daley, R. Stover. J. Snnxlblnm. H. Duke. J. Kelly. R. Carlson. J. Costello, J. Wllelplcy, J. Blake: Hur-k Rnu-: li. Wells, P. Dmmlme. P. XIvConiulv, J. Newman, G, Jepson, L. Tyrrell, D. Killilea, P. M--Lean, G. .lohnsun. Mr. Hn-km-li. as A ? YI Front Run' llrll lu righllc J. ltviml, U. Ilul-lnnun, .l. A-qnitln. E. Sm-1-I, Nl. llovun-y, li. llolnls, G. l'1-siri. ,I. N1-xin llnvk Kulr: l', ltilvy. k, Quinn. l'. limi-. lx. Xlnlpliy, J. Knlvr, J. tiznnplu-ll. l'. 5u'lmul1u'. .l. l"'.ilu-x. l'. llnnnin l.. l'rnlt. FIELD HUEHEY Field hockey teams were chosen in Ur- tober and named after states. Contrary to previous years, only one .senior team. llldlilflkl, was chosen. lmliana, eaptaineil hy Peggy Downey and Betty Sweet, had a Coach Miss Mille Cmmm very sneeessful season with five wins anal no defeats. This team also sc-orerl the lnost points against its opponents and hall the least nnmher of points seorecl against it. High seorer for ull teams was senior. Rosemary lloluh. with twelve points, Nineteen girls earned their shields. 34 HS' t GIRLS' B SHETB LL ln place of varsity basketball, the girls have a program of intramural competition which gives every interested girl an oppor- tunity to play in a series of games. This year thirteen squads competed for the title. Senior teams and co-captains were as Coach Miss Alice Conant follows: Florida - Mildred Campbell, Nancy Drohan Indiana-Rosemary Holub, Betty Sweet Utah-Irene Falzone, Joan Manning Ist Raw fleft to righljz E. Hegner, C. Quirk. I. Falzone, G. Pcsiri, F. Olillielrl, D. Horan, J. McGrath, J. Asquith, R. Hnluh. D. Tivnang 2nd Rum: K. Benson. KI. Campbell, J. Fahey, Nl. Deslnoml, E. Murphy, M. Srrhumb, E. Smith. P. Boris, N. Drohan, E. Sweet, P. Downcyg 3111 Raw: E. O'Donnell, H. Coyne, P. Riley, H. Doyle, P. Noyes, M. Donovan, I. Kelliher S. Bell, J. Campbell. K. Quinn, D. Caruso, J. Hertruln, E. Manning, K. Maloney, D. Conperg 41h Row: E. McGarrahan. l.. Pratt. J. Re-ixl, M. Keeler. G. Hurshlnun. H. Foul, D. Russell. J. Horton, C. Burt, M. Meade, P. Lawrence, M. Gluck, M. Williams, J. Badger. 35 E ' 4 '31,- Qi mf, I L, , V, -S.. 1 iv---an Mm .- ' w--on M, gh 4 fix" .:.-'-. 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We'll never forget our outstanding athletic successes: the Tech tourneys, the North Quincy victory. the honor of living footlmall eo-champions in our class. Wtfll recall. too. the social events of our high school years: the Harvest tlances. the Girls' League lialls. tht- Senior Proms. and other less formal gatherings. NVe'll think often of the lifelong frienclships which started in Milton High, anal Weill follow with eager interest the progress of our high school comratles llere at Milton lligh yye have had tht- ehance to receive an excellent educational lmaekgronntl for tht- coming years. We have learnetl to cooperate yy ith others and to use our mimls ancl lnoclies in henefieial nays. The opportunity for a well halaneerl training has heen ours. At this time yye yyish to express our gratitude to those yy ho have made this possible for us: to our parents. to the faculty' and aclniinistration, to the school committee. anal to the citizens 'of lVlilton. As yx e leave Milton High. yy e shall face rliflieult acljustments to the fast inoyfing life ol' our times. l am sure that yse shall all try our hardest to make this World a lietter place to live in. 'llo you ull. l yyish a hap-py' anal successful future. Edward Campbell -i2 H5 "- DOROTHY ANN ABEL 105 Washington St. N:LfSl'!lg Art, Sports Do you need a poster, a design for a blackboard, a cartoon for the yearbook? Ask "Dotty". We admire her talent, enthusiasm, and dependability. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, French Club I, 3g Latin-American Club 3, Unquity Echo Collector 1. LILLIAN ARONSON 29 Huntington Rd Ofkcc Work Sewing "Lil", the girl with that envi- able blonde hair, amazes us all with her ability to whip up those smooth clothes in sewing. We like her friendly smile and he! quiet competence. Chorus Z, 25 Dramatic Club 3. JEAN MARIE ASQUITH 12 Clark Road Jr. College Swimming "Jeanie with the light brown hair" is the pride of any basket- ball team. Small and cute, she is always ready for a laugh. Athletic Association 3g French Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 3. JOHN PETER AYLWARD 54 Sunnyside Road Marines Football '6Jack," with his fiery red hair, is one of the liveliest of the "boys." Although aggressive on the gridiron, he appears cool, calm, and collected on the dance floor. Football 1, 2, 3g Honor Roll once. JANE ANN BADGER 45 Buckingham Road Driving Business School "Janie" is carefree and full of fun. She can usually be seen either in the midst of excitement or driring the gang around in her blue Oldsmobile. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Latin- American Club 1, 23 Girls, Lea- gue Music Committee 2, Soft- ball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. JANE BAGLEY 21 Lothrop Ave. Undecided Sports A great sports fan, Jane has been an enthusiastic cheerleader. She's always friendly, thoughtful, and a good pal. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 3. BARBARA ANN BAKER 67' Granite Place College Music Barbara of the sparkling brown eyes and lovely smile, is known for her poise, her quiet friendly manner, and her skill at drawing clever designs. Dramatic Club 1, 35 French Club 1, 3, Latin-American Club 3, Photography Club 3g Press Club 2, Unquity Echo 3, Chorus 1, Honor Roll hoe times. DONALD BATTING 316 Randolph Ave. King's Point Sailing Don with his jet-black curly hair is always full of pep. He hopes eventually to sail around the world. Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3, Latin-American Club 3, Photography Club 2, 3g Cross Country 15 Band 1, 2, 3. SYLVIA E. BELL 32 Allen Circle College Tall, attractive "Suzee", always bubbling with energy, has ver- satile interests, a jovial manner, and a fine sense of humor. Dramatic Club 2, 3g French Club 2, 35 Press Club 25 Hos- pitality Committee 2 5 Eflucotion Committee 3, Basketball 1. 2, 3g Softball 1, 2, 3. Honor Roll ten times. KATrlERINE T. BENSON 22 She'don St. Teaching Swimming Carefree "Kaye" has a friendly smile for all. Her athletic skill and her spontaneous wit are well known throughout M.H.S. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 35 Girls' League Music Committee 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll three times. 'E JEAN ESTHER BERTRAM 31 Bates Road Work Swimming ,lean's sense ot humor and her quick smile have made her a popular member of the class. Those long shots in basketball were a joy to her teammates. Dramatic Club 2, 35 Chorus Ig Basketball 1, 2, 3g Sojtb dl I, 2, 3. JAMES l". BLAKE 66 Crofton Avenue Marines Sports Our "Jim" is modest and easy to get along with in school. His power, ruggedness, and speed in action have established fine athletic records. Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. RALPH STUART BLOCK, JR. 47 Courtland Circle College Clarinet Ralph's combination of capa- bility und ambition makes him one of our class geniuses. Unquity Echo 3, Chess Club 35 French Club 1, 3g Dramatic Club 35 Latin-American Club 35 Baud 1, 2, -'tg Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll eleven times. PRISCILLA BORIS .97 Audubon Road College Drawing Priscilla, who has gorgeous red hair, is a reliable and sin- cere 'friend. Besides being a good athlt-lc, she is an efiicient worker in many activities. Girls' League Education Com- mittee 2, Music 35 French Club 2, 35 Chorus 1, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3g Field Hockey 2, 35 Basket- ball 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll four times. RUTH BOSWORTII 59 Pleasant Street School Skiing A smile and a laugh iden- tify Ruth. She loves blue con- vertibles, and can be seen driv- ing around with "Tracie', in her "Chevie." Dramatic Club Ig Chorus 15 Basketball 1, 3. MHS RICHARD li. BOWEN 975 Brush Hill Road Navy Horses "Dick," curly haired and lanky, is rather quiet in school, lzut he has a hidleu quickness of wit about him. His depend- able ways will help him in main- taining a high standard. RONALD P. BOWMAN 10 Winthrop Street Service Acting "Ronnie," with his striking blonde hair and natty clothes. keeps us entertained on and off the stage. Drfnnntic Club, President 3, l"icc-President 25 French Club I, 2g Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Foot- lwall 15 Track 3. .IEANNE MARIE BOYD 42 Sheridan Drive College Boating Slim, sophisticated Jeanne loves to be on the go and have fun. Her sparkling personality makes her an asset to our class. Girls' League Education Coe'- mitlee 35 French Club 0. 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 7: Field Hockey 2g Basketball 2, 35 Softball 2, 3. JAMES G. BUCHANAN 65 Granite Place College Sports ,lim's cooperative spirit and fine teamwork have been an ex- ample to many M.H.S. athletes. lluaffected and likeable, he often brightens his surroundings with his quick humor. Home Room Assembly 1: Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball Ig Track 25 Hockey 3. PATRICIA BULMAN 11 Orono Street Secretary Sports "Pat" with her friendly smile makes friends easily. Her smooth manner and her love of fun makes her an essential member of our class. We shan't forget her enthusiastic greetings across the lunch room counter. WILLIAM FRANCIS BURGESS 21 Mechanic St. Salesmanship Sports With his quiet grin and his soft-spoken remarks, "Willie" distributes good humor. His abil- ity to lower sales resistance and his industrious manner will make him a super-salesman. Latin-American Club 3. HENRY .IOSEPH BURKE 161 Eliot Street Unrlecide:l Sports "Hank" has an uncanny way of piling up the spares and strikes at the bowling alleys. Although he is quiet in appear- ance, he enjoys life as it comes and helps the rest of us to sec the bright side of a dark day. CAROL ANN BURT 16 Winthrop Street Nursing Swimming Carol's enthusiasm for work has made her a desirable mem- ber of many organizations. A good athlete- and a whiz at her studies, she-'s a friendly and cle- pendable companion. Dramatic Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Unvuity Echo Col- lector 25 Basketball 1, 25 Field Hockey 25 Softball 2, 35 Honor Roll nine times. ETHEL CLARE BYRNES 112 Squantum St. Art School Dancing llear somebody laugh? That's Ethel! She's peppy and attrac- tive and gets along with every- body. Girls' League Music Commit- tee 15 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Dram- atic Club 1. 25 Softball 1. 25 Honor Roll once. EDWARD CAMPBELL 40 Quarry Lane School Swimming "Ed" is our popular and very capable class president. Quiet in his classes he's a wonderfull person to work with. Senior Class President 35 Iunior Class Treasurer 25 Home Room Assembly Alternate 25 Football 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll twice. .IEAN P. CAMPBELL 270 Blue Hills Pkwy. Painting Art School "Jeani" is just brimming over with artistic talent and with the joy of living. Girls' League Art Committee 2, Chairman 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Art Editor 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll six times. MILDRED ANN CAMPBELL 37 Concord Avenue Nurse Tall, friendly "Millie" is a great sports enthusiast and a fashion leader. Home Room Assembly 1, 2, 35 Girls' League Athletic Com- mittee 25 Girls' League Vice President 35 French Club 2, 3: Latin-American Club 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1. 2, 35 Honor Roll twice. v ROBERT G. CAMPBELL, JR. 194 Canton Avenue Sailing Fishing Big and broad, "Soupy" is rather taciturn in class, but he's quite the reverse when he is out with the gang. He took time off from fishing in the Neponset to be a very efficient track man- ager. Track 3. ROBERT WILLIAM CANON 5 Pagoda Street Cbllfgf' Radio For a person who states that his pet hate is getting up in the morning, Bob maintains a de- cidedly active pace in and out of school. He has made a sub- stantial reputation in school and on the baseball diamond. Baseball 1, 2, 3. RICHARD K. CARLSON 2 Martin Terrace U. S. Nacv Cartooning "Dick" is a fun-loving and sin- cere nal. His perseverance won for him a well-deserved letter in cross-country. ' Photography Club 2 3: Crow Country 1, 2. 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1. it v DELORES T. CARUSO 35 Reerlsdale Road Dancing Business School "Dee" always remains calm, capable, and courteous whether we meet her at school or behind a department store counter dur- ing the Christmas rush. Sbe's a friend worth having. Basketball 3: Softball 2, 3g Honor Roll three times. ALBERT B. CLEMENT 130 Church Street Navy Automobiles "Al", husky and good looking, takes school work right in his stride, along with his outside activities. His scantily clad Ford is one of the faster vehicles on the road. Track 1. CHARLES F. COLLINS 205 Edge Hill Road College Sports A fast sprinter on the track, an elusive and high-scoring half' back on the grid-iron, and the capable president of the Home Room Assembly: that's Charlie. Home Room Assembly 1, Pres- ident 3: Student Council 35 French Club 3g Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH CONNELLY 664 Adams Street Marines Sports A fast and hardworking mem- ber of the track team, Joe is one of the friendliest and most likeable boys in the senior class. Class treasurer 35 Football 2: Track 2, 35 Honor Roll four times. -, KEVIN F. CONNELLY 664 Adams St. Hotel Manager Sports "Kev", studious in school. iovial outside, is somewhat qui- eter thcn l-rother Joe. but alwavs friendly and interesting. In ad- dition to being a fast sprinter. he is our lv-st broad-iumnev, Football 1. 2: Basketball Ir Track I. 2. HS DORIS MARIE COOPER 99 Culliver Street Undecided Bowling Big brown eyes and a flash- ing smile help to make Doris very popular. Good natured, she enjoys activities both in and out of school. Field Hockey 1. 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOHN VINCENT COSTELLO 17 Bunton Street College Sports "Cos", an all around sports enthusiast and participant, is a swell friend who always has a joke or a story. Football 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1. 2, 35 Baseball 1, 35 Track 2. HELEN MARIE COYNE 725 Hillside Street College Swimming Helen, with her pretty dark hair and jovial manner, is a great favorite. Have you noticed that hint of a lilting brogue since her trip to Ireland last summer? Dramatic Club 3g Photo- graphy Club 2, 35 Latin-Amen ican Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2. 35 Basketball 1, 35 Softball 2, 3. BRIAN CROWLEY 86 Otis Street College Sports The tall senior with the curly red hair and the happy grin? That's Brian. Quiet and sincere. he is a fine companion and de- pendable friend. Football lg Basketball 1: Track 1. CAROLE ROSE CROWLEY 338 Central Ave. Business School Dancing Carole, our smooth Girls' Lea- gue President, is well known for her ready smile and friendly manner. Girls' League President 35 Vice-President 25 Student Coun- cil 15 Home Room Alternate 2: French Club 2, 3: Dramatic Club, 1, 35 Softball 2, 35 Basket- ball 35 Latin-American Club 3: Honor Roll nine times. HAROLD F. CROWLEY, JR. 47 Concord Ave. Art School Photography Cover designs for the Echo, records for the track team, ex- hibits for the Photography Club: that's all in the day's work for "Harry", Unquity Echo 2, 35 Press Club 25 French Club 2, 35 Photography Club 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll three times. HELEN P. CUNNINCHAM 20 Meredith Circle Undecided Foreign Ajairs Petite Helen's wit and orig- inality make her an excellent conversionalist. She is already active in organizations dealing with current affairs. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Press Club 25 A. A. Collector 15 Basketball 35 Soft- ball 3. EDWARD FRANCIS CURLEY 403 Highland St. Marines Sports Our tall and friendly "Ned" with his dynamic personality and athletic ability is known for his humor and his willingness to try almost any thing. Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Baseball 35 Hockey 3. JOHN F. CURLEY 12 Audubon Rd. Business School Cars "Jack" is a fun-loving, care- free. happy - go -lucky fellow. .Iaelc's tennis shots and his skill with the hockey stick have added to M.H.S. scores. Clee Club 15 Tennis 1, 2: Hockey 3. ALBERT JOSEPH CUTTER 181, Pine Avenue Air Force Baseball "Tunda", full of fun, is always ready for a good time. Have you ever watched him change a pile of spare parts into an engine that works? Baseball 3. ANN MARJORIE DACEY 23 Aberdeen Road Undecided Dancing Ann, our active drum major- ette, is a worthy opponent in sports. Her sense of humor has won her many friends. Drum Majorette 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Softball 1. JAMES WILLIAM DACEY 3 Frothingham St. Undecided Sports .Iim's friendly smile has made him well liked. Our quiet .lim is quite talkative once you get him going about his favorite baseball stars! Baseball 15 Football 2. DONALD FRANCIS DALEY 3.4 Pond Street Undecided Sports "Don", a three letter athlete, is an ardent worker. Except for his pet hate for Swedes lRemem- ber that vociferous feud with Joeli, Don is very amiable. Student Council 2, 35 Class President 25 Echo Collector 2: Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. MARION PATRICIA DARCY 31 Bryant Avenue Work Driving Neat, dainty, and graceful "Pat" has a quiet manner. Is it her work at the taxi office that has made her fond of cars? Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll three times. NANCY ELIZABETH DEE 39 Hurlcroft Road College The lucky owner of a cheery personality, Nancy is a loyal and helpful friend to everyone. Home Room Delegate 25 Al- ternate 15 Yearbook Staf 35 Girls' League Education Com- mittee 25 Chairman 35 Echo Collector 25 French Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Chorus 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 25 Softball 2, 35 Badminton 15 Honor Roll twice. ARLENE F. DENNEHY 41 Grafton Ave. 0,0ice Work Drawing Quick, lively Arlene is a lover of good times. She is known for her willingness to help her .friends at any time. Dramatic Club 2, 3 5 Softball 35 Basketball 3. MARY LOUISE DESMOND 32 Windsor Road College Swimming Mary, always thoughtful and reliable, is one of our talented musicians. Her alert mind and gracious personality are guaran- tees of an outstanding future. Yearbook Stal 35 Girls' League Social Committee 2, 35 Latin-American Club 35 Band 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Softball 2, 35 Basket'all 35 Honor Roll four times. HELENE LOUISE DIAS 126 Audubon Road Journalism Dancing Dark, versatile Helene has many likes: dancing, hot fudge sundaes, convertibles. She is known for her pep, vigor, and friendliness. Clee Club 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3: Dramatic Club 35 Photography Club 3: Basketball 2. 35 Soft- lxall 2, 35 Field Hockey 2. CHARLES DONOHOE 5 Centre Lane Accountant Sports "Chuck", quiet and unassum- ing, is a triple threat mang for he manages to combine school. outside athletics, and an auditing job in Boston. Latin-American Club 35 Radio Club 35 Basketball 15 Track 1. PAUL EUGENE DONO-HUE 10 Rockwell Ave. Play Sports Sports "Ace" combines a rare sense of humor, and a fondness for bright, flashy colors with tons nf pep. Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1. 2. 3: Baseball 1, 2, 35 llnquity Echo 2. HS ROBERT F. DONOHUE 48 Parkway Crescent Marines Sports Our "Bob", a one man cheer- ing section, has a loud voice at a game, but try to get an answer out of him in English. Radio Club 35 Track 1. MARJORIE H. DONOVAN 4 Mulberry Road College Bowling "Margie" enjoys herself every- where. Her scholastic ability and her varied activities make her a delightful conversationalist. French Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 25 Girls' League Finance Committee 25 Chairman 35 Field Hockey 25 Basketball 25 Soft- ball 1, 2 5 Honor Roll seven times. MARY MARGARET DOWNEY 80 Huntington Road College Sports Charming "Peggy" is out- standing as an executive, a stu- dent, and a friend. Class Secretary 35 Girls, League Art Committee 35 Chorus 15 Latin-American Cl-tb 25 Press Clu'r 25 French Club 2, 35 Dranrtic Club 3: Home Room Delegate 35 Clee Club 3: Field Hockey 1. 2. 35 H's"et'a'l 1, 2, 35 Softb"ll 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll six times. HELEN DOYLE 102 Emerson Road Study Law Horseback-riding Helen a real live wire who has made many periods ents'- taining with her happy-go-lucky manner, is also a capable worker. Dramatic Club 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 2, 3. NANCY L. DROHAN 56 Concord Avenue College Dancing Nancy, the tall, slim, girl with honey-blonde hair, likes all sports. She and her well-filled car are regulars at every game. French Club 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 35 Field Hockey 2. 3: Basketball 1. 2, 35 Softball 1. 2, 35 Honor Roll once. PAUL F. DUDLEY, JR. 185 School Street College Sailing Paul, a mainstay of the bass section of the glee club, is also an excellent hitter for the M.H.S. ball team and a lively pal. Clee Club 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Track 25 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll three times. HERBERT ALLEN DUKE 129 That her Street Undeciflerl Sleeping Tall, blonde, and handsome "Herbie" has a casual manner. He may profess to enjoy sleep- ing, but he's certainly wide- awake on the basketball floor. Basketball 1, 2, 3. PAUL DUNN 25 White Lawn Ave. Prep School Yachting "Piggy" is well known for his great running ability and his love of boats as well as for his likeable personality. Trach' 1, 2, 35 Bashelball 2. SANFORD ABELL DWIGHT 7 Rowe Street College Tennis Efficiency plus! That's "Sandyn. Versatile, cooperative, congenial are only a few of the terms we can apply to him. Echo 2, 35 Editor-in-chief 35 Home Room Assembly Alter- nate 35 Press Club 25 French Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Clee Club 1, 25 A.A. Collector 15 Football 1, 2, 35 Manager 25 Indoor Track 25 Tennis 1, 2, 35 H1 nor Roll nine times. DAVID ELLIOT 797 Brush Hill Road College Sports "Dave", a real "buddy", is known and well liked by every- body in M.H.S. Whether it's playing a sport or keeping a friend, Dave can always be counted on. Good luck to one of the "gang!" EVELYN MARIE ELLIS 188 Blue Hills Parkway Sports College Up to date on current hap- penings, Evelyn helps along any discussion. We like her friendly manner and cooperative ways. Basketball 2, 35 Softball 35 Honor Roll twice. ROBERT CONANT ELLIS 29 Maitland Street College Ping-pong Our versatile good-looking Bob is a busy man, but he finds time for swimming, bowling, playing the trumpet, and being an ex- cellent companion. Yearboolf 35 French Club 2, 35 Radio Club 35 Photography Club 2, 35 A.A. Collector 35 Band 15 Cross-Country 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll twice. OLIVE DAY EMERSON 42 Aberdeen Road College Horses "Ollie" possesses pep, vivacity, and a fine sense of humor. She is kept busy with many church and youth club activities, Basketball 2, 35 Honor Roll three times. MARY JOAN' FAHEY 102 Waldeck Road College Swimming Poised and attractive Joan, one of our busiest seniors. alwavs has time to be friendly and help- ful. Girls' League Music Com- mittee. chairman 35 Nominating Committee 25 Athletic Commit- tee 15 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Athletic Association Collector 2: Home Room Delegate 2: French Club 25 Latin-American Club 3: Photoeranhv Club 3: Field Hoclfev 1. 2. 3: Baslfetball 1. 2. 35 Softball 1, 2. 3. TRENE A. FALZONFT 220 Blue Hills Parlrway School Dancing Petite Trene of the snarklinfr brown eves came to us last venr. Her comoanionable wavs and her friendlv greetings have made a lasting place for her. Dramatic Club 2. 3: Photoe- rnnhv Club 35 Softball 2: Dfrslfetball 3. JANET MARY FEIN 69 Church Street Art School Dancing "Jan" always has some of the latest news and movie comments. She takes her studies seriously, and she's a capable artist and illustrator. Dramatic Club 2, 3. PAUL FERDINAND 75 Maple Street College Boating Paul, an ambitious lad, lends life and wit to any crowd. He works for a Boston firm after- noons, but in his spare time he likes to putt around in his motor- boat or to drive his "Olds" fwith that fast pickupll. Photography Club 23 French Club 2, 35 Unquity Echo Col- lector 2: Press Club 25 Radio Club 3: Honor Roll six times. RICHARD F. FINERTY 4 Dean Road Art School Sports Tall, light-haired Dick can draw anything from cartoons and carricatures to landscapes. He's eflicient, too: for he manages his school work, a job at a local market, and a varied social schedule. Home Room Delegate 25 Nom- inating Committee 3. DONALD W. FITZGERALD 102 Decker Street ' College Fishing "Don" disproves the theory that red hair and fiery tempers go together. Quiet and conscien- tious, he has established a fine record in his studies. Have you heard his latest fishing yarns? Radio Club 3g Honor Roll twice. " HELEN FRANCES FORD 376 Blue Hill Pkv. Air Hostess Drawing Helen came to us in her iunior vear. and b-fore Iona. won the friendship of all bv her charm- ing smile and fri:-v-dlv manner. Her skill in sports has been an asset to our senior teams. Basketball 3: Snlrbnll 3. HS , . A .lf .aw 15 Q 50 CATHERINE ANNE FOUHY 9 Avalon Road College Driving the car Kay's quiet helpfulness and her consideration for others have made her many friends. She meets disturbing situations with an excellent sense of humor. Latin-American Club 25 Dra- matic Club 2, 3, Chorus 3g Soft- ball 2, 3. AUDRE JEAN GAETANI 57 Cliff Road College Swimming Chic and personable Audre, with her naturally curly hair and her flashing brown eyes, is a popular figure in M.H.S. French Club 25 Dramatic Club 35 Girls' League Finance Com- mittee 2g Honor Roll three times. MARJORY DARYL GARDNER 310 Eliot Street Nursing Riding A bright smile, a cheery "Hi", and a sincere interest in other people are three of Marjory's trademarks. Music, riding, and friends top her list of interests. Dramatic Club 35 Basketball 1, 3. WALTER CILLIS 12 Aberdeen Road Service Hockey Sincere and fun-loving "Wal- lie", a valuable member of this year's cross country team, has also been a well-qualified adviser about the best movies in town. Cross Country 1,25 Co-captain 35 Track 1, 2, 3. MILDRED GLUCK 88 Brook Rd. Business School Dancing "Milly", our head drum-maj- orette, is petite, pretty, popular, and she has personality plus. Girls' League Hospitality Com- mittee 1g Girls' League Civics Committee 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Latin- American Club 35 Treasurer 2: Photography Club 3g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 33 Drum Maforette 1, 2, Leader 3. FRANCES MARION GLYNN 53 Pleasant Street Secretary Music "Frannie" enjoys playing the piano, hearing records, and see- ing movies. She is always ready to hear or to tell a good joke. An ever dependable pal is "Frannie". Dramatic Club 35 Yearbook Staf 35 Honor Roll five times. MARJORIE P. GRAHAM 27 Rockwell Avenue Model Horses Tall, vivacious "Margie" has a delightful combination of blonde hair and brown eyes. Her lively conversation and musical laugh often attract a group around her. EDITH MILDRED GUSHEE, 7.9 Hillside Street College Piano "Edie's" witty personality is enjoyed by her classmates. She is a conscientious student and is always willing to help. French Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Latin-American Club 2, 35 Glee Club 3. RUSSELL E. HADDLETON 42 Blue Hills Parkway College Chess "Russ", the happy young man who has a way with the ladies, belongs to several chess clubs and weather clubs. Two of his constant companions are his En- glish accent and his slide rule. Dramatic Club 25 Photography Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Radio Club 25 Latin-American Club 35 Chess Club 1, 25 Presi- dent 3. DAVID HALLAHAN 80 Clapp Street Radio Work Sports "Dave", always polite and well- dressed, is one of the smoothest boys in school. A talented artist and actor, he's also a speedy member of the track team, Cross Country 1, 25 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 85 Football 35 Honor Roll three times. DOROTHY ANN HARDY 16 Woodchester Drive College Boating "Dot" is a diligent worker and a good friend. Her favorite hobby, sailing, keeps her busy. Girls' League Education Com- mittee 35 French Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 85 Field Hockey 25 Basketball 25 Soft- ball 25 Honor Roll three times. ARTHUR E. HARKINS 24 Hillcrest Road College Photography Smooth dancing, a friendly smile, a clever line: these are a few of Art's trademarks. Chess Club Treasurer 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 A.A. Col- lector 35 Photography 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Honor Roll twice. ELIZABETH ANN HEGNER 37 Cape Cod Lane College Swimming Betty's engaging charm and unobtrusive efficiency make her one of our most popular girls. Student Council 35 Nominat- ing Committee 25 Girls' League Hospitality Committee Chairman 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2. 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll five times. JOAN-NE RITA HERRON A2 Houston Avenue Art School Dogs Do you want to know anything about dogs? Ask Joanne, our canine expert, who owns and trains dogs for a hobby. Manv of her clever drawings are of dogs, too. Latin-American Club 35 Chorus 2: Basketball ,7. 2, 3: Softball 1. 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 25 Barl- minton 1. ROBERT ARTHUR HIGGINS 2 School Street School Sports I-Iave vou ever watched our amwrentlv serious "I-lien" tell 2 h-'morons vom? Capable and friendlv. he has alreadv had years nf business 1-rnerience. Photography Club 3. E- ROSEMARY ALICE HOLUB 36 Reedsdale Road Business Sports "Rokey" is well-known for her athletic ability, her fine sense of humor, and her friendly manner. Dramatic Club 1g French Club J, Latin-American Club 33 Photography Club 3, Girls' League Athletic Committee 35 Chorus 1, 25 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3g Softball 1, 2, 35 Badminton 1. DAVID THOMAS HORAN 20 Fairbanks Road Service Sports "Dave" demonstrates the old adage about still waters running deep. Modest and dependable, he is a loyal friend. We had thought him quiet until we over- heard him at a football game. Football 2. DORIS HORAN 16 Fairbanks Road School Sports A Soft-spoken Doris always con- tributes a bit of good humor to our vocal sessions. She's a help- ful and dependable friend. Dramatic Club 8g Basketball J: Softball 3. GRACE RUTH HURSHMAN 72 Huntington Road College Sports "Gracie" is well poised and charming. Her enthusiasm for all she does is shown by her sparkling eyes and vivacious smile. Dramatic Club 2, 85 Latin- American Club 2g French Club 2, 85 Girls' League Athletic Committee 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, .tg Basketball 1, 2, 3g Soft- ball 1, 2, 3: Honor Roll once. ALAN JOHNSON 3.9 Pleasant Street Undecided Mechanics Who doesn't know the chauf- feur of that neat convertible? Al, our early moming milkman, 'is also the fastest half miler on 'the track team and a loyal friend. Cross Country I: Track 1, 2, 3. HS ARTHUR JOHNSON 40 Howe Street Undecirlerl Sports Tall, blonde "Arla" is a reti- cent but pleasant friend. He is a faithful member of the cross country squad as well as being a conscientious student. Track 1g Cross Country 2, 3.5 F, ench Club 2, 3. BARBARA LOUISE JOHNSON 25 Hillcrest Road School Piano Always calm and good-natured, "Barb" can be relied upon to add her hit to our "gab" ses- sions. She is a helpful worker in many activities. Dramatic Club 3g Latin-Amer- i"an Club 35 Softball 2, 3. GEORGE E. JOHNSON, Jr. 162 Church Street Photography Rarlio Announcer George adds pleasure to any gthering, be it large or small. He is best remembered as being "behind the camera". Echo 3: Photography Club 2, 3, President 85 Radio Club 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Dramatic Club 2, Tennis 25 Basketball 3. WILLIAM P. JOY, .Ir. 216 Central Ave. Prep School Athletics Good-natured "Hiker" has proved his prowess as an athlete by turning in remarkable per- formances, both as a center in football and as a mainstay of the track team. Best of luck, "Hiker"! Football 2, 35 Track 2, .93 Athletic Association Collector 2. COLEMAN JOYCE 7 Cottage Place College Golf Tall and brawny "lid" is one of the best natured fellows in the world. His sturdy dependability and his natural a'hletic ability have made him a valuable mem- ber of many M.H.S. teams. Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3. JOAN ELINOR KALER 176' Brook Road College Boats Joan, a fervent sports en- thusiast, is a very good athlete' herself. Her pleasing manner and friendly disposition have won her many friends. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, S5 Softball 1, 2, 35 Badminton 1. MARY ELIZABETH KEELER 90 Wood Street Service Bowling Has anyone ever found Mary at a loss for words? Her energy and enthusiasm have brought results in a variety of activities. Girls' League Hospitality Com- mittee 35 Unquity Echo Col- lector 1, 35 Photography Club 35 Field Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3. JOAN KELLIHER 31 Victory Avenue College Cheerleading "Joanne", brimming with pep, loves to cheer our Milton boys to victory. She's tops in charm and executive ability. Student Council Secretary 25 Home Room Delegate 1, Vice- president 35 Girls, League Vice- president 15 Social Committee 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, Head 35 Dramatic Club 3. JOHN LAWRENCE KELLY 65 Reerlsclale Road Navy Sports "Jack" is a good-nalured, like- able fellow who is quick-witted and eager to find fun. He ltas an outstanding athletic record. Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, Captain 3. BRIAN JAMES KELTY 404 Adams Street Prep School Sports Handsome "Kel" is popular with both fellows and girls for his many witty remarks and for his smooth carefree manner. He has made a name for himself as an outstanding high jumper. Track 2, 3. PHILIP A. KEMP 54 Lodge Stteet College Music "Phil", apparently carefree and happy-go-lucky, has been a responsible assistant editor of the "Echo". One of his favorite pastimes is improvising the music for assembly programs. , Unquity Echo 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 25 Press Club 25 Band 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll nine times. ROBERT PAUL KENDRIGAN 42 Courtland Circle School Bowling Although "Lefty" lives in a distant section of the town, he hasn't allowed geography to keep him away from his many friends or from any baseball game. Cross Country 15 Football 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. THOMAS W. KENNEALLY 67 Church Street Colkge Piano "Tommy", our genius with the piano keys, makes some of those clever arrangements he plays for us. His combination of talent, industry, and dependabili- ty promises a good future. Dramatic Club 2, 35 Latin- American Club 3. CHARLES H. KENNEY 38 Houston Avenue Undecided Bowling Can anyone in the class talk faster than "Chico"? Does any- one ever see him without his pal, "Denny"? He is an ardent sports fan and a valuable base- ball player. Baseball 3. GERALDINE ANNE KENNEY 314 Blue Hill Pky. School Dancing "Gerry's" good-natured dispo- sition, friendly ways, and rare sense of humor make her an all- round chum to evervone. Girls' League Civics Com- mittee 35 Dramatic Club 35 Softball 25 Field Hockey 25 Basketball 2. vu ' NANCY RUTH KERR 37 Collamore Street School Music Here's Nancy, our friendly and efficient assistant editor. Who else could check a pile of copy, whip up a frsppe, and plan 8 social whirl with the same vim and competence? Home Room Alternate 1 5 Press Club 25 Yearbook 2, Assistant Editor 3g Dramatic Club 1, 2, Secretary 85 Nominating Com- mittee Sg Basketball 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll five times. FRANCIS J. KEYES 5 Warren Avenue School Hockey "Denny", carefree and happy- go-lucky, and his faithful fol- lowers are likely to show up in any part of this or neighboring towns. We have found him an ever-helpful pal. Basketball 3. ROBERT S. KINGSBURY 47 Lothrop Avenue College Skiing "Bob", tall and distinctive in appearance, is known to all. We're not likely to forget his humor and resourcefulness. His varied interests include science, skiing, and scouting. Basketball 3. WILLIAM E. KRUCER, Jr. 118 Pleasant St. School Hunting, Fishing "Bill" is good natured, full of fun, and always neatly dressed. He has a keen interest in new cars, but doesn't like their high prices. Bill's honest sincerity and warm smile will be missed by many in M.H.S. Glee Club 1, 2. WANDA H. KULIKOWSKI 1,7 Washington Street Secretary Dancing Demure and petite, Wanda is a welcome addition to our group of "Forty-niners". Her quiet manner and thoughtfulness have gained her many friends at M.H.S, this year. Dramatic Club 3. H5 I .2 r-'c. at Qs U 54 JOSEPH ARTHUR KUNZ 37 Cheever Street Business Sports "Buddy,' can usually be found wherever the "gang" has col- lected. The fact that he fits the description of "tall, dark, and handsome" may be one reason for his popularity with the girls. His good nature and casual non- chalance have brought him many friends among the fellows. PATRICIA M. LAWRENCE 807 Canton Avenue School Dancing "Patsy" is blonde, sparkling, and witty. Her strongest like is strawberry ice cream. She hopes to be an airline hostess some day. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3g Latin- American Club 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 8. JANET LEA 595 Pleas nt Street WAFS .Ianet with her flashing smile has always been popular among her classmates. Blonde and pretty, she is one of our smartest dressers. JEAN ANN MacADAM 33 Lufberry Street Nursing Tennis "Jeannie" with her pleasing smile and cooperative spirit has been a happy addition to M.H.S. She possesses a fine combination of charm, sportsmanship, and dependability. Chorus 25 Clee Club 2, 85 Dr1matic Club 2, 8. ESTELLE M. MacDONALD 101 Emerson Rd. Music School Singing Estelle's lovely soprano voice and her warm smile make her a very welcome member of our class. She's a capable organizer and a dependable worker in many groups. French Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Latin-American 2, 85 Glee Club 3. WILLIAM MACK 50 Brush Hill Road College Sports "Bill,', the lad with the un- rulliled disposition, holds a top rating in looks, athletic ability, leadership, and popularity, Student Council 25 Home Room Delgate 1, 3g Football 1, 2, Co-captain, 35 Hockey 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. ROBERT H. MacKERRON 16 Bassett Street College Flying "Bob", one of our newest '49-ers, came to us from Newton High. A good student and an in- teresting speaker on many sub- jects, he is the only M.H.S. student to have a flying license. Photography Club 3. PHYLLIS MAHONEY 9 Columbine Road Business Riding "Pam" places her love for horses and riding at the top of her list of interests. The happy owner of her own mount, she spends many pleasant hours riding over the Blue Hills. She's an ambitious worker and a stead- fast friend. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. EVELYN LOUISE MAILLET 22 Murray Avenue Nursing Swimming "Evite" is usually one of the first to venture out with the latest fashions. Her sprightly conver- sation and her abundant supply of pep have made her popular. Dramatic Club 3, French Club 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3g Softball 1, 2, 3. KATHERINE E. MALONEY 236 Eliot Street Secretary Dancing "Kay,' is an attractive brunette who displays tact, pep, and vigor. She is also enthusiastic about sports and athletic teams. V ice-President Junior Class 25 Home Room Delegate 25 Latin- American Club 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3. JOAN MARIE MANNIING 15 Denmark Avenue Music Airline Hostess Long blonde hair and blue eyes, that's Joan. She keeps any crowd amused with her jokes and imitatjons. She can always be counted upon to help. Girls' League Civics Committee 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Svfl' ball 2g Basketball 1, 25 Honor Roll three times. MARY E. MANNIN-G 2 Clark Road Work Reading, Movies "Betty", cheerful, friendly to all, is an able class vice-presi- dent. She is an enthusiastic athlete as well as an all round good sport. Secretary of Junior Class: Vice-President of Senior Class: Secretary of Girls' League 3? Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3: H0n0f Roll three times. JAMES E. MASTERSON, Ir. 93 Elm Street College Amateur radio Where does this wire go? Ask "Jim", the president of the Radio Club. Quiet and industrious, he is the ideal fellow everyone likes to have around. Radio Club, Vice-President 2, President, 35 Photography Club 35 Cross Country 1 g Honor Roll once. GERARD MATTALIANO' 34 Blue Hill Terrace Undecided Yes, the lad with the tuneful whistle and the happy-go-lucky manner is "Mat". Has anyone ever seen him l'ook worried? His close friends have always found him to be a real pal. ALBERT McDONALD 74 St. Mary's Rd. Undecided Riding "Al", rather quiet and reserved, is easy to get along with. Although he's an expert on horseback, he is, we hear, equally skillful at handling cars and motors. Band 3. i vu 'kr WALTER McDONOUGll 21 Melbourne Road Dentistry Sports Although Walter left us for a few years, he is as popular 35 ever now that he has returned. Tall, blond, and smooth looking, he is a truly likable and hard- working senior. Baseball 3. EMILY M. McGARRAllAN 387 Adams Street College Entertaining Petite, dark-haired Emily, noted for her style and wit, is a great conversalionalist and pal. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3g French Club 2, 35 Latin- American Club 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Softball 1, 2, 3. REGINA KATHERINE McCEE 345 Adams St., Dorchester Bowling Secretary "Gina's" antics have kept many of us rolling with laughter. She? pistie-like in size, but she has plenty of fun and capability in her five feet, two. Yearbook Staf 35 Girls' League Home Room Collector 25 Class Gilt Committee 35 Dramatic Club 35 Basketball 1g Softball 15 Honor Roll twice. JOANNE FRANCES McGRATH 25 Arlwill Street Ofice Work Basketball "Jo" is outstanding for her mopcrativeness, enthusiasm, and willingness to work hard on any school project. Girls' League Civics Com- mittee Ig Library Committee 25 llnquity Echo Collector 25 Dra- matic Club 3: Softball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. ROBERT F. MCMAHON 59 Sheldon Street College Golf "Mac", an industrious fellow, in school and an enthusiastic golf fan outside, tackles math problems and sand traps with equal vigor. lle's a lively and entertaining conversationalist. French. Club 2, 3: Radio Club 35 Honor Roll six times. HS GEORGE A. McPHEE 80 Central Avenue School Sports In the school lunchroom or at the chain store counter, ser- vice with a smile is the practice "Bambi" always follows. Is it any wonder that we like him? Photography Club 3. MARGARET MARY MEADE 52 Culliver Street Work Tobogganing Never in a hurry! That's "Chickie". Her "Hi" and a grin for everyone have won and kept her many friends at M.H.S. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Latin- American Club 35 Chorus 3g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3. ROBERT DAVID MEEK 14 Capen Street Marines Sp,rts When blond, good-looking "Bob" gets on the basketball Hoor, his opponents have trouble finding his small active figure. Bob's casual manner and wiry endurance are assets, too. Football Ig Basketball 1, 2, 3g Baseball 3. VJILLIAM P. MELLEY, .Ir. 49 Plymouth Avenue College Photography Tall. dark, handsome Bill has a quiet, friendly smile, an easy manner, and versatile interests. Photography Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 3: Tennis 2, 35 Radio Club 3, Hockey 35 Honor Roll three times. JANE ANN MERRILEES 31 Vinewood Road College Singing, Swimming Jane, gifted with a lovely so- prano voice, has a poised and sincere manner. Busy as she is, she's never hurried nor ruffled. Yearbook 3 5 Girls' League Dramatic Committee 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3g French Club 2, 3: Class Gift Committee 35 Basketball Ig Softball 25 Honor Roll nine times. FRED MULLEN 36 Pleassnt Street College Swimming Our friendly and diligent Fred holds a record for hikes and rambles over the surrounding countryside. Dramatic Club 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Track 2, 35 Baseball Manager 3. ELEANORE L. MURPHY 97' Decker Street College Skating "Ellie's" vivacious attitude and expressive eyes reveal a sincere, friendly personality. Home Room Assembly 15 Delegate 1, Alternate 35 Chorus 1, 35 Athletic Association Col- lector 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Latin-American Club 35 Girls' League Committee 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 3. NORMA JOYCE MURRAY 23 Hazel Street Model Bowling Norma bubbles with enthusi- asm and good nature. We envy her crisp curly hair, flashing smile, and dimples. Girls' League Committee 15 Dramatic Club 35 Latin-Ameri- can Club 35 Chorus 1, 25 Basket- ball 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3. RALPH NEFF 1058 Canton Avenue College Automobiles Quiet and logical Ralph has a keen interest in photography and in his job at a local garage. Photography Club 25 Honor Roll once. JO ANN MERRILL NEVINS 23 Kahler Avenue College 10's poise and good scholastic record have made her one of our outstanding seniors. Local Editor of Unquity Echo 25 Humor Editor 35 Girls, League Social Commitee 1, Co-Chairman 2, Chairman 35 Press Club 25 Dramatic Club 15 Badminton 15 Softball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Field Hockey 35 Honor Roll eleven times. RICHARD K. NEWCOMB 26 Pierce Street Business Auto Races Tall, good-looking "Dick" has a smooth line of repartee. He already has a head start in the business world. Home Room Assembly, Alter- nate 2, Delegate 35 Nominating Committee 35 Glee Club 15 Football 1, 2. JOSEPH JOHN NORIS 139 Clapp Street Work Basketball At most basketball games we find Joe giving the cheering sec- tion a helping voice. Tall, quiet .loe is a helpful friend. Yearbook Staff 35 Unquity Echo 3. PHYLLIS ARLENE NOYES 26 Houston Avenue Nursing Swimming Have you ever had our tall and friendly "Phyl" tell you about the latest doings of the Boston Red Sox? Her efficiency and enthusiasm will be assets in her nursing career. Latin-American Club 35 Field Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 35 Softball 3. MARILYN O'CONNELL 29 Sheridan Drive School Sports Marilyn's gay sense of humor has often helped us tr start the day right. Horseback riding and keeping up with the latest shows are her pet likes. Glee Club 35 Latin-American Club 35 Softball 35 Basketball 3. ELLEN M. 0'DONNELL 17 Webster Road College Piano Ellen with her lovely eyes and rosy cheeks is a marvelous pianist and a dependable friend. Home Room Alternate 15 Girls' League Publicity Committee 15 Dramatic Committee 2, Chair- man 35 Yearbook 35 Ir. Glee Club Accompanist 25 Press Club 25 Radio Club, Secretary 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Com- mitee Chairman 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Honor Roll four times. 744 Y' 1 FAY J. OLDFIELD 437 Pleasant Street School Graceful, petite Fay is always ready with a happy laugh and a bit of gay conversation. Her flashing smile and her bubbling energy make her a center of attraction in any gathering. Latin-American Club 35 Chorus 1, B5 Glee Club 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 15 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. ROBERT C. OLSSON 80 Harold Street School Hunting Has anyone ever seen "Bob" when he wasn't cheerful? For years, he has been a hunting and fishing enthusiast. And what tall tales he does tell about his ex- cursions! Yearbook 3. ARLENE JANET ORR 544 Pleasant Street Undecided Skating Arlene was a welcome addi- tion to M.H.S. in her junior year. She has made friends easily with her quiet and friendly man- ner. She's a real expert on rollerskates. Basketball 25 Softball 25 Chorus 2. BARBARA ANN O'TOOLE 35 Wood Street Ojice Work Dancing "Barb" possesses pretty blonde hair and an Irish twinkle in her eyes. She is a graceful expert on the dance floor and on the hockey field. Latin-American Club 3 5 Chorus 15 Field Hockey 15 Softball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. PRISCILLA PARK 40 Reservation Rd. Undecided Travel With her quiet smile and demure manner, Priscilla has gained lasting friends. Her abil- ity in'sports has made her a highly desirable teammate. May you always have good luck in carrying out your plans for distant trips! MHS PAULINE MARIE PATTS 17 Elton Road Ojlce Work Swimming Good natured Pauline is the envy of all the girls for her basketball ability. Her friendly manner and smile make her a valuable member of our class. Field Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 15 Chairman of Girls' League Cisics Committee 3, S. RALPH PERRY, Jr. 24 Park Street School Photography Ralph, likable and depend- able, is easy going and good natured. He is active scholasti- cally as well as socially and was one of the faithful, hard hitting linemen of the football team. Photography Club 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Chorus 15 Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3. GLORIA PI-IYLLIS PESIRI 1124 Brook Road Secretary Sports Gloria has a distinctive charm all her own. She is a good con- versationalist and has a smile for everyone. Girls' League Publicity Com- mittee 35 Dramatic Club 35 Latin-American Club 35 Basket- ball 1, 35 Field Hockey 1, 25 Softball 35 Photography Club Secretary 3. DAVID B. PETERSEN 43 Lyman Road Going to sea Fishing Tall and husky, "Dave" was a newcomer to M.H.S. this year. Along with his curly hair and his ruddy complexion, his in- fectious grin and happy manner make him stand out in our minds. Good luck, "Dave"! JON H. PETERSON 19 Clifton Road College Fishing "Pete" joined the M.H.S. '49- ers this year, His early morning uuips, his lucid explanations for difficult math problems, and his musical talent have impressed all who have come to know him. Honor Roll once. DORIS ELAINE PICKARD 10 Harold St. Business School Sports Quiet and unassuming in the classroom, Doris can make her- self heard in the grandstand. Her elficiency and her calm poise will help any oliice. Chorus 1, Basketball 2, 3g Softball 2, 3, Honor Roll once. LUCY ELLEN PRATT 19 Austin Street College Stamp Collecting Where would we all be after school if Lucy didn't deliver the slips and bus tickets? Lucy is also an avid baseball fan. Dramatic Club 2g French Club 25 Unquity Echo Collector 25 Chorus 15 Field Hockey 1, 2: 35 Softball 1, 2, 3g Basketball 2, 3. DONALD W. PULSIFIER 15 Brae Burn Road College Swimming "Don", our smiling genius keeps his time well under con- trol and has plenty of leisure for friendship. French Club 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Photography Club 35 Chorus 15 Yearbook 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3J Honor Roll twelve times. DOROTHEA M. PUNCH L0 St. Mary's Road School Basketball Do you hear a merry laugh? Then "Dotty", our snappy drum- majorette, is present. She's anlx eliicient and a loyal leader. Glee Club 1, 2, 8g Chorus 15 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Drum. majorette 1, 2, 3. 1 KAREN MARIE QUINN 8 McKinnon Avenue College Singing Striking dark hair, a vivacious charm, and a lovely voice! Karen possesses all these and more. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 3g Latin-American Club 25 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3g Softball 1, 2, J: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll once. CLAIRE MARIE QUIRK 60 Gulliver St. Business school Dancing There's never a dull moment when Claire's around! She's ef- ficiency plus! Home Room Alternate 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Girls' League Civics Committee 25 Girls' League Music Committee 35 Chorus 3, Latin-American Club, Treasurer 3, Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll once. SHIRLEY RUTH RAIS 62 Belcher Circle Swimming Emerson College Pep, enthusiasm, d r a m a ti c ability, a well-timed spirit of fun! Yes, that's Shirley! Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Latin-American Club 2: Photography Club 33 Girls' League Dramatic Committee 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. RICHARD ROSS RANDLETT 27 Brae Burn Rd. Engineering Photography Has your picture been snapped for the yearbook? It was prob- ably some of "Rick's" work. He enioys traveling, too. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Radio Club 25 Photography Club 3: Yearbook Stag 35 Cross Country 1, 2. HERBERT IVAN REID 74 Belcher Circle Business Sports If our hardworking genial "Herbie" can quote stock market ratings as rapidly as he reels off batting averages, he'll soon be a first-rate financier. Photography Club 2: Basket- bfl' 13 Cross Country Ig Honor Roll four times. .IEAN LOUISE REID 446' Central Avenue College Sports lean, demure and dainty, has a charming manner and gracious poise that will continue to make f iends for her everywhere. Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Chorus 15 French Club 2 g Honor Roll four times. RICHARD DONALD REID 173 Eliot St. Radio School Sports Small, wiry "Dick" was an agile goalie for our new hockey team this year. His varied in- terest-: include printing, record collecting, basketball, and start- ling surprises for his pals. Athletic Association Collector 35 Hockey 3. JEAN BONNER RILEY 34 Meredith Circle Art School Music .lean's clever designs with the drawing pencil and her perfect control of the piano keys delight us. Girls' League Art Committee 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Junior Art Editor 25 Latin-American Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Softball 2, 3. PATRICIA ANNE RILEY 31 .Bates Road Secretary Dancing "Pat's" smooth good looks anrl manner more than make up for her petite figure. She is not only smart and capable but also a light and graceful dancer. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3. BARBARA ROBBINS 241 Edgehill Road Nursing Reading "Robbie" is outstanding for her friendly manner and her lhoughtfulness. We know that her patients will find her vital- it, and optimism both contagious and infectious. Good .uek to you as a nurse, "Robbie". Dramatic Club 35 Chorus 2. DOROTHY ANNE RUSSELL 17 Landon Road School Dancing "Dottie", who joined us in our junior year, made friends at once with her gracious manner. A good athlete and a capable stu- dent, she has contributed sub- stantially to our records. Basketball 2. 35 Softball 2, 35 Honor Roll three times. HS I I RUSSELL J. SANDBLOM 199 Milton Street College Sports "Joe" talks more about his feud with the Irish lmeaning Donl than about his football and student council honors. Student Council 1, 2, Presi- dent 35 Football 1, 2, Co-Captain 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Honor Roll six times. DONALD C. SARGENT 38 Avalon Road Draftsman Hockey Tall, tan, and talented. "Don" is a good-looking senior with a quick wit and a love for sports. Football 35 Hockey Manager 35 B1seball 1, 2, 3. CAROL ANN SCIIROEDER 23 Brackett Street College Draviatics Carol's delightful stories in the "Echo", her ability in many activities, and her lively wit constantly arouse our admiration. Assistant Editor of Unquity Echo 35 Press Club 25 Latin- American Club 2, Secretary 35 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Committee chairman 35 Chorus 15 Glee Club 35 Basketball 2, 35 Soft- ba'l 25 Honor Roll four times. CATHERINE ANN SCHULTZ 14 Audubon Road Secretary Sports Kay's cheerful conscientious- uess has made our school years more pleasant in many ways. Yearbook 35 Unquity Echo 35 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Basketball 15 Honor Roll seven times. MARIE COLETTE SCHUMB 27' Carden Street College Swimming Marie, tall, dark, and reliable, has a calm sense of humor rip- pling under the surface. Home Room Assembly Dele- gate 1, 25 Alternate 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Press Club, Secretary 25 Dramatic Club I, 25 Program Committee 35 French Club I, 2, 35 Latin-American Club 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll eleven times. PATRICIA MARY SCHWARZE 80 Pleasant St. Commercial Art Records Friendly "Pat" is a talented artist and a gifted conversation- alist. She is noted for her style, distinctiveness, and poise. Dramatic Club 35 French Club 35 Girls' League Social Com- mittee 35 Basketball 2, 35 Soft- ball 2, 35 Field Hockey 3. ELAINE FAY SCORGIE 5 Viola Street Secretary Skiing Elaine, well-groomed and at- tractive, is a good friend and a lively talker. We're all sure Elaine will make a very eliicient secretary. ROBERT W. SECATORE 500 Eliot Street Undecided Football Bob's perseverance and deter- mination on the gridiron were a great help to our team. His genial smile and nonchalant manner make him a favorite with the fellows and girls alike. Basketball 15 Football 1, 2, 3. BARBARA JEAN SHANNON, 25 Pilgrim Road Nurse Sports "Barbie" always has a fund of enthusiasm with which to greet the darkest days. Her friendly ways and her happy disposition have helped her to influence many of her classmates. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Press Club 25 French Club 2, 35 Un- ouity Echo Collector 15 Latin- American Club 25 Glee Club 35 Chorus 25 Softball 2, 35 Honor Roll four times. DOROTHY LOUISE SI-IEA 283 Central Avenue Nursing Dancing "Dot", widely known for her quick wit and her willingness to entertain others, is peppv. con- scientious. and dependable. Cirls' League Publicity Com- mittee 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club I, 2, 35 Photo- vranhy Club 3: Latin-American Club 35 Basketball I, 35 Soft- ball 1, 2. 35 Band 2, 3. GEORGE ALBERT SKINNER 31 Horton Place Service Old Firearms "Georgie" is a tall, rangy fel- low who likes a good time. He has a quick sense of humor that will help him make many new friends everywhere he goes. Cross Coun'try'1 5 Track 2. TIMOTHY F. SLYNE 4 Nash sim College " ' Golf Everyone knows that happy-g0- lucky boy with the black hair who works as a soda clerk at Hammers: the one who is always questioning his friends with "Are you kiddin'?" You're right! It's "Tim". A.A. Collector 35 French Club 2, 35 Tennis 1. MARY ELEANOR SMITH 56 Pierce Street Nursing Sailing Tall and trim, Eleanor has a lot of ambition to go with her beautiful red hair. She is one of the peppiest 'and most attrac- tive seniors. Dramatic Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Latin American Club 35 Basketball 1, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3. CHARLES EDWARD SMYTH 294 Edge Hill Road College Sports Tall, good-natured Charlie is a master at carrying on a hum- orous monologue on any subject. We admire his dependability. Student Council 35 Yearbook Stajf 35 Press Club President 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 French Club 2. 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll 'three times. TI-IERESE CLAIRE STAFFORD 28 Warren Avenue Work Skating X "Tracie" puts a spark of enz thusiasm into her school work as well as her outside interests. Warm-hearted friendliness is one of her nicest qualities. Dramatic Club 1. 35 Latin- American Club .95 Photography Club 35 Basketball 1. Q1 DAVID .l. STEVENS 84 Gulliver Street School Travel Dave always has plenty of vim, vigor, and interesting conversa- tion. An enthusiastic radio "ham", he's willing to discuss his contacts with any listener. Clee Club 35 Chorus 2g Radio Club 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3. ' CHESTER STEWART 1640 Canton Ave. Learn a trade Hockey New to us this year, "Chet" is a dark-complexioned, quiet boy. Nothing cramps his style for friendliness. When his fav- orite sport, hockey, started this year, he was in his glory, play- ing his best for M.H.S. Hockey 3. JOHN OWEN SULLIVAN 633 Adams Street College Track Small, fun-loving "Sully" is a grand friend. His skill at talking himself into and out of predicaments is remarkable. He works hard in school and at an outside job. Cross Country 1, Manager 2 J Track 1, 2, 35 French Club 25 Photography Club 2, 3. HENRY CLEMENT SUMNER 287 Reedsdale Road Business . .Sports. . "Hank" looks and acts the ellicient business man. His quiet manner of tackling complicated rows of figures in bookkeeping. his well-timed sense of humor. and his poise in dealing with people will be assets when he starts his own businness. Baseball 1, 35 Basketball 1, 3. ELIZABETH M. SWEET 9 Edgelzill Road College Sports "Betty" excels in all athletics. Her sportsmanship and good humor have made her a favorite. Girls' League Athletic Com- mittee Chairman 3g Dramatic Club 1: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3: Honor roll once. HS .-7 We wi fi.. Wwe ,vt PAUL JOSEPH TEGAN 95 Emerson Road Service Hockey "Tege", with his wide grin, is one of the most carefree fellows around. He can always see the funny side of an incident, and he always seems to be happy. French Club 2g F00fbUll 25 Hockey 3g Track 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM THATCHER 32 Hurlcroft Road Photo Work Art School "Bill" is quiet, unassuming, and pleasant to talk with. In his spare time he does a lot of photo work and also has a job with a Boston Sunday paper. Photography Club 2, 3g French Club 35 Track 2, 35 Honor roll once. DOROTHY TIVNAN. 23 Stanton Road Records Business School "Dotty" is a connoisseur of phonograph records. Her quiet poise and gracious ways have won her many friends in and out of school. Basketball 2, 39 Softball 8g Dramatic Club 3. MARIE .IOSEPHINE TOTTE 203 Church St. Undecided Swimming Marie has a lot of pep and a fine sense of humor. She parti- cipates in many school sports and can always be seen with her double, Joan. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Ba- sketball 1, 2, 3g Softball 2, 35 Archery 3. LEO TYRRELL 437 Adams Street College Basketball "Tiger", active and popular, is the spark of the history class. He keeps in trim for the winter basketball season by practicing in his backyard court all sum- mer. Echo Collector 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 25 Baseball 3. RICHARD ROY VAPPI 361 Blue Hills Parkway Skiing U. S. Army Tall. husky "Vap" is noted not only for his sharp clothes and his skiing exploits in New Hamp- shire hut also for his forthright speeches and his dependability in the Home Room Assembly. Home Room Delegate 1, 2, 35 Athletic Association Collector 1g Football 1, 2. HELEN LOUISE VICKERSON 227 Eliot Street Swimming Business School Helen, a tall, striking blond, has a beautiful singing voice and a gift for acting. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Clee Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 1, 2, 3, Home Room Assembly, Alternate 3g Latin-American Club 35 Chorus 1, 2g Basket- ball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 2, 3. RICHARD A. WALLACE 45 Thacher Street Sports Sports Writer Short and light, "Dick" is happy and sincere friend, a serious worker, and an enthusi- astic baseball player. Baseball 1, 2: Hockey 3. BETTY ANN WALLER 101 Central Avenue Nursing Hiking Betty combines a fondness for music and the outdoors with an enthusiasm for nursing. Wt-'ll remember her quiet acts of friendliness and her sincerity of manner. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 34 Athletic Association Collector 25 Girls, League Music Committee 3g Honor Roll seven times. MILDRED EDITH WOODWARD 11 Clark Road Work Swimming, Skating "Milly" has a courteous, win- ning disposition and a gift for friendly conversation. She is a willing worker and a good ath- lete. Civics Committee 3, Dramatic Club 2 g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Soft- ball 15 Honor Roll once. RICHARD W. WATSON 191 Edgehill Road College Fishing Did you see something whiz by in the corridor? That was "Dick", oH for more material for the Yearbook. He's an excellent executive and a good pal. Home Room Assembly Alter- nate 1g Unquity Echo 2, Press Club 2, Yearbook Editor 3g French Club 2, 35 President 3, Honor Roll nine times. MARY LOUISE WILLIAMS 86 Church Street Work Swimming "Mary Lou" has a merry twin- kle in her blue eyes and a gay lilt to her laughter. There's always fun and action when she's around. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 g Field Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3. CAROL ANN WILSON 18 Hillcrest Road College Dramatics ' Vivacious Carol has many tal- ents. She speaks French beau- tifully, is a fine actress, and has lots of musical ability. French Club Secretary 2, 3: Yearbook 3, Echo Collector 2: Girls, League Committee 3g Latin-American Club 2: Music Chairman 35 Chorus 1, Drama- tic Club 1, 2g Program Com- mittee 3g Basketball 2, 3, Soft- ball 2g Glee Club 3, Honor Roll eleven times. EDMUND WINSLOW 194 Brook Road Riding Electrical School Ed is another newcomer who has quickly made a place for himself by his readiness to make friends. Our new hockey team found his skill with the puck a great asset. Hockey 8. RALPH' E. MELZARD 128 T hacher St. Army Hunting Ralph deserves a medal for ef- ficiency. It isn't everyone who can make up the work missed during a three month absence, keep up with current assign- ments, and manage a job. 1 1. W l'l"l'l lCS'l' Paul Donohue Dorothy Shea HAI'l'll'IS'l' COUPLIC l ,lnhn Kelly Margaret lVlcadc BEST LOOKlNC William Mack Betty llegncr SHOR'l'lSS'l'-TA LLICST ,lean Asquitll Brian Crowley CLASS AR'l'lS'l'S Harold Crowley ,lean Campbell MHS 5 IUH S 6-fi MOST DEPEN DABLE Charles Smyth Nancy Dee BEST DANCERS Patricia Riley John Aylward CLASS ACTORS Shirley Rais Ronald Bowman BEST LINE Paul Donohue Mildred Gluck BEST NATURED Mildred Campbell lfdward Curley EHLATIVE5 MOST POPULAR William Mack Joan Kelliher MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Joseph Sandblom Carole Crowley BEST DRESSED Mildred Campbell Brian Kelty PEPPIEST Joan Kelliher Leo Tyrell MOST INDUSTRIOUS MOST REPRESENTATIVE Joseph Sandblom Ioan Kelliher CLASS INTELLECTUALS Richard Watson Carol Wilson CUTEST Donald Daley Patricia Riley SMOOTHEST Edward Campbell Norma Murray Carole Schroeder Richard Watson Carol Wilson ily? 51? ' CLASS HISTUHY ln the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty-six, gold was discovered in the great western region of Milton High School. Rumors spread all over the surround- ing countryside, and as usual the story was greatly distorted. By the time it had reached the ears of the younger generation of Milton, the rumor failed to mention in what form the gold had come. ln September a vast migration swept Milton High from smaller surrounding regions, namely Cunningham and Central Junior High Schools. Once at M.H.S., the prospectors found that they could not immediately go out into the gold fields, but that a great deal of preparation was required. The group was divided three ways. The first division learned the instruments used, the places where the precious ore is most likely to be found, and how to separate the nuggets from the useless soil. The second division planned to handle the business side of the venture. The last group learned the theory behind gold- diggingg they sat up long nights devising newfangled instruments for prospecting, and they studied the soil and climate to see why there should be gold in this region. The newcomers found adjustment easy and their confidence reached new heights, but the girls who had come suffered a great setback. lt seems that some veteran prospectors, wishing to keep all the profits for themselves, decided on a barbarous scheme to discourage the new settlers. Under penalty of being banished to a lower society, the girls were forced to dress in most unseemly clothes, and were, for a whole day, at the mercy of their elders. The next noteworthy event was the Harvest Dance. Many sophomore girls cast their eyes longingly at the gay posters proclaiming this festivity, but few achieved the glory of attending. U ln the winter of this year, the Tech Tourney saw the first Milton High School team ever to play in the tournament. Though our team went down to defeat at the hands of Boston Latin. later the champions, we still considered our boys tops. A N v K f' ' ' g I A ii'-'Q dis v -N 2-sf! Ai-,W 'if IF. T XX .CTT ? 'f'4! - 21 "" " ' - is ' si C 66 HS- -- - -. Q:-ft'-3.Fim-13 "i if, - .U 'KJ-'JJ XS 4' X J n '-y X Q X V X 4, -Z ., N, I Zagglub I -E' 5 r R t. -1!iDo'.N01- 2 I w 1' mx .. l5Q3'5Eii1X1jic"tkQ.-.1 jf 3 31 5 4 S ' X xetrQ.L 6' H x X .mt 119 - , Y Zyl I, I.-R: 1 , A M-lj A' 5' X j l ' ..,1,"X , ,Q -X - . A N' .f-A dr, 4 . y i l -'-' f+l Q gf A .1 "5 - . ln April the "male supremacy complexii of the class suffered a serious blow. Our local Sadie Hawkins observance was a different kind of gold rush. The gold this time was in the form of the nicest Hmenl' in the school. This climaxed the social events of the year and compensated the girls for missing the Harvest Dance. Having completed the preliminary training, the prospectors moved on to the north side of the building to make room for a new immigration. ln this period they were to delve deeper into the more advanced theories behind treasure-seeking, and some of them even began to put to practical use the experience already obtained. When the initiation for new-corners came ,round again, it was viewed from an entirely different angle. No longer did it seem a scheming plan, and the forty-niners with great enthusiasm anticipated seeing their subordinates enslaved. The costumes this year did not seem quite as outlandish as the previous year, but then, maybe the forty-niners were prejudiced. Having reached the second step of training, the class began to feel important scholastically. Many of their number had some of their first journalistic efforts published in the school publication called the Unquity Echo. None failed to be thrilled by the glorious account of Caesar's victories described so glowingly in the Latin ll class, while some more advanced souls formed deep philosophies of life from the inspiration of Cicero. Those who have a craving for good mysteries found ample outlet for their interests in a subject inadequately described as shorthand. Many practical forty-niners, who had learned the opera- tion of a mysterious machine known as a typewriter, went on to find how its facilities could be used to best advantage. The athletic addicts of the class were well rewarded for their efforts this year. The football team had a wonderful year which contained only two defeats. The Tech Tourney greeted Milton for a second time. Although everyone was full of spirit and confidence, we were once again eliminated in the first round. The spring passes rapidly, and with the passes of the seniors, the forty-niners came into their own. As they left for a summer's rest, they looked forward to next fall when all their hard work and dreams of the past two years of preparation would come to fruition. Arriving in Milton High for their last year, the forty-niners were eagerly look- ing forward to sailing through their senior year. They expected that this year would be an agreeable mixture of pleasure and glory, with the work element fading into the background. This expectation proved, however, to be entirely unfounded. After 67 'u Y' first term report cards came out, everyone realized that he would really have to get down to brass tacks and dig hard for any gold he expected to mine. lnitiation was looked forward to eagerly by the girls of the class as this was their year to complete their vengeance for being so humiliated two years before. With a marvelous attention to details, the girls worked out a costume so devastating that it seemed to take all the color out of the faces of the initiates for could that have been the whitewash?J. The appearance once again of the raw onion caused great rejoicing in the ranks of the seniors, but intense distaste to the sophomores. The football team had a glorious year, shining particularly in their defeat of Northy Quincy, a deed for which the forty-niners will go down in history. The members of the team seemed to have done particularly well in the gold fields, because now there appeared in various places such as tie clips, buttonholes, and especially as ornaments around girls, necks, some of the largest nuggets of gold ever to be mined. Despite the apparent value of these giant size nuggets, it was indeed surprising how few of the team members were able to keep their treasures. Along about the middle of December the class suddenly picked up greatly in appearance. It was certainly a mystery to see so many jackets and ties on the boys and such neatly arranged feminine coiffures, until it became apparent that class pictures were to be taken. These pictures are really quite necessary for the year- book. When properly inscribed with cryptic personal messages, the pictures become a popular medium of exchange. This year the Harvest Dance provided a different story. The seniors were there in all their glory, and took great delight in the fact that they were definitely in the majority this year. It was a very gay affair and one that will be remembered clearly by all for many years to come. The school year ended in a blaze of events, social and scholastic. The Girls' League Dance, a marvelous affair as usual, was followed by the Senior Prom, The boys had to do a little work in the mines around this time of the year to be able to attend in style. Final tests were regarded apprehensively, but were promptly forgotten as soon as they were over. Class Day brought all the seniors together for perhaps the last time for an occasion of gayety and merriment. The day of graduation finally dawned and the seniors walked proudly out onto the gold fields for the final leave-taking. As they received their diplomas, their hearts were full of gratitude to the many influences in and around the school which had brought them to this goal, and they looked forward with eagerness to the time when they would use to its fullest capacity all the gold they had mined. gSylvia Bell. Q-2 cflfx 7-!' A af'-f-'Ki 5 'S - r 'Y' ll gg D , gf X ii' if X" diy! N l ix' ' 'lf' e X' . 'l' -Y' ' 5' A 3:1 I S 4iQ l K:i?Q1 ---if ' -' e' , t lx F '5- ' ' 5-. -Q T - ,ur ' T-'?'s '.?'Xi L-i D fa li 'J 45' F Ai- PVT -:?Zff h.tvf'-1 - MHS 68 0 . 9 ,T A P4 5. 1 . f f wt f E ' x ' ig :X l We, the Class of 1949, being of reasonably sound mind and body, are about to leave the protecting arms of Milton High and venture upon a cold and merciless world. Before we go, however, we should like to leave to the classes which follow us an array of our priceless treasures as a memorial of our back-breaking and mind-expanding labor in this, our Alma Mater. To future history classes-hundred watt bulbs and pens that never go dry for grueling nights of source themes and outlines. To future Year Book stajs-five or six new and different adjectives for every senior. To the Dramatic Club-nlen-those with talent preferred, and also new slip covers. To 001-a clock. To the Chem. lab.-a fumigator, to be used after making Smith 4755, commonly known as rotten egg gas. To girls, gym-ropes with steps on them, also, archery and badminton again. To the lunchroom-a juke box-thereis not enough noise now. To the school building-an elevator and a television set, and also a rest room re- served for seniors who pass out waiting for the last lunch shift. To the Auditorium-special mirrors so that those in the back rows of the side balconies can see whatis going on, To the cloak room-clothes pins to keep your boots together. To future French classes-French Ill leaves as a memorial its pencils worn thin from writing those verbs twenty-five times. To the 4th period study halls-mimeograph machines for copying those spelling sheets. To future occupants of home room, 2l2awe leave the advice to uwear your rubbersi' or else. To 202-a new lampshade-puh-lease! To the Chemistry classes-pencils with flashlights o11 them for taking notes in the dark fon film reports, of course-D. To the school-interesting assemblies that always last way into 4th period so that there's never time for a test. To the faculty-our sincere thanks and appreciation for all they've done for us. On this 14th day of June 1949 A.D. The Forty-Niners of Milton High School of Milton, Massachusetts, signed the foregoing instrument in my presence declaring it to be their last will: and as witness thereof l do now. at their request and in the presence of the Yearbook Staff. hereto subscribe my name: Carol Wilsoli, Chief Attorney. 69 I f', .JELQ A flee Carol Ann Schroeder '49 Like sturdy sheltered trees we grew- Each a slender sapling young That reached its branches to the sun Eager to brush its tender leaves Against the silver clouds of day. As up and up the branches climbed, The rains poured down in fiendish glee To bow the growing arms of this Small tree. But when the sun beamed forth Her golden smile, it straightened up And thrust its roots deep in the ground. Fed by life-sustaining food, it Sought the purest airg its feath'ry Tendrils loved the birds that sheltered There. Man paused to rest beneath its Shady boughs which braved the hot sun's Scorching rays, and cooled the weary Worker. lt stretched out wiry roots To grasp the soil from sliding earth And firm its noble trunk. Still rose A stormy threat, Which menacerl all The trees with fear, and struck their Very hearts until they writhed in Twisting helplessness. But when the Fury died, amongst the tangled Boughs, the Tree still pointed skyward- Amidst the ruined pillars of Our world, is need for us who like The Tree shall serve with arms outstretched ln strong but sweet humility. 70 qi . .11 X 11.111- .1 111.1111-11.1 1l1,11. III'-111I 11111-1' 1-11l111x" "XX 'lin' f 1 II1 l1ll l411ff1111 N111! 4111 1I11' XX Ixl 111 11 11- A .rf 11-1 . " 111- 1 1c .1111ck,1111-1-1,1l111-kv' "'I'il11-'her-1'-r-rl" "I 1 k of I1 l111I I11 k 1111111 Xs I 11.13 111-K Knymgf 71 f ,1 1 I X' . if W, .I WA 1 W9 uw i Z th Ur Af? 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Ellis F asch Studio, Milton's Photographer The Fisher Secretarial School Frank A. Fowler Fred, the Hair Stylist Godfrey Fuel Company Granite City Coal Co. J. J. Hammers, Inc. Hearing Aids Company of Quincy Hendrie's Ice Cream Hezlitt's "in the Village" Hodges Drug Store Joseph W. Horak .leanne's Beauty Salon Howard Johnson's, Randolph .loslin Showcase Sa Fixture Co. J. F. Kerrigan Kline's Shoe Store Joe Lareau's Barber Shop Henry M. Litman Dr. Herman S. Livingstone Loring Studios, School Photographer Dr. Irving G. Lunt i E. E. MacKinnon, D.M.D. MacNeill's, Inc. Mr, and Mrs. Owen McGarrahan Milton Auto Sales Milton Company, Inc. Milton Co-operative Bank Milton Flower Shops A Friend Milton Hill Beauty Shop Milton Hill Pharmacy Milton Home Furnishers Milton Sea Foods Milton Village Barber Shop Milton Village Jenney Service Milton Youth Club Murray's Department Store D. W. Newcomb Mr. and Mrs. A. Noble Larry Noble Nelson Noble Old Colony Laundries, Inc. Dr. A. B. Packard Henry W. 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