Milton High School - Echo Yearbook (Milton, MA)

 - Class of 1955

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There have been rough going and easy travel, hard work on the one hand, but ample enough moments of pleasure and companionship on the other to make parting at the crossroads so much more difficult. Our well-worn shoes have scuffed the corridors between periods, hurried us into the cafeteria line first, slapped the gym floor after that lay-up shot, felt the good earth of the gridiron, and skimmed the varnish at many a dance. Just as we have different shoes for differ- ent activities, so also are we equipped with different types of knowledge to meet the diversities of life. But just as cleat shoes don't make a baseball player, neither does knowledge, in itself, make a success- ful man. Only by applying that learning with wis- dom and perseverance may we become "big- leaguersf' Therefore, fx 1958 Unquity may these shoes, if Echo Yearbook, which have been 1 n e v e r take a chosen as the X "iX X 'Vfffff misstep in the theme of our hard trip ahead. Knowledge Is Power A PUBLICATION OF THE SENIOR CLASS MILTON, MASSACHUSETTS n 4 The Principal's Message The hour of commencement is approaching. In june several million young people will join the vast body of American high school graduates. Consequently to you the present time is critical. To you the contemporary events of your life are no less crucial than were very turbulent days to your predecessors. The adult life into which you are emerging has evolved through a long chain of dissensions and improvements. Apparently each class climbs a pyramid built ever higher by each successive generation. Therefore, as the horizon seems to recede, the circle of vision includes many more observable problems. It is my belief that, even though recognized problems increase each year, your prepared ability to face issues and solve them also grows each year. ' It is your fortune to vault into active constructive citizenship at a pivotal point in democratic development. 'The issue of freedom always seems transcendent in American controversy. From the freedom of religion to the freedom to work comprises a long span of history. Free enterprise, free education, free opportunity, and freedom to be individualistic are significant goals in American aspirations in which a degree of success has been attained. But progress in human relations does not prevail easily. "Blood, sweat, and tears" are virtually synonyms for disruption of the status quo. Today large numbers of World citizens are not in accord with free enter- prise as a worthy mode of production. The impacts of rival ideologies are making indentations on some traditional tenets of our forefathers. National ownership is developing. Public supervision is being accepted. Through taxation widespread federal research is being assured. More and more areas of benevolence are being recognized as governmental responsibilities. In your emerging world, service is much more a hallmark of merit than it has been. No longer do schools intentionally spur rivalry. Teachers certainly do not encourage young people to practice self-idolatry. Public schools, colleges, and state departments of education are fostering citizenship instruction. Beneficial social attri- butes are being inculcated. Planned activities to develop widespread public acceptance of social responsibilities are being sponsored. The trend toward altruism is not limited to education and governmental agencies. Business also accepts the challenge. Industrial corporations through foundations are supporting numerous Wholesome projects for the benefit of society. Two thousand years ago a Biblical question was raised, "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" Today more and more laymen reply with a resounding 'iYes." 6 ADMINISTRATION ARTHUR I. BRIMSTINE VICE PRINCIPAL Head of Mathematics Department O E. FRANCIS KANE SUBINIASTER Head of Commercial Department O GERTRUDE MILLER Guidance Department ARNOLD C. ADAMS Track Coach BARBARA ALBRET English RICHARD C. BAILEY Aeronautics Woodworking Mathematics ALEXANDER C. BELL, IR. Remedial Heading IDA F. BERNI Secretary DORIS A. BRIDGES Head of English Department Unquity Echo Adviser MAX O. BROWN Chess Club Adviser JOHN A. CARNIE Bookkeeping Hockey Coach Assi.s'ta.n.t Football Coach SHIRLEY CAVE English Speech Activities Adviser O DORIS H. CHADWICK Latin. ALICE E. CONANT Physical Education Director of Girls, Athletics FRANCES L. CROSKERY Nurse 0 NELLIE V. DAWES Sewing ROSE E. DEPOYAN Mathematics DOROTHY GEISSLER Director of Cafeterias CHARLES M. DUNBAR Highway Safety Tennis Coach RUTH DYAS English Yearbook Adviser LOTTIE ELZBUT Typewriting Stenography Financial Adviser - Echo, Yearbook THELMA B. FOSTER History Student Council Adviser A. IRENE CODDARD Head of French Department GENEROSA C. HAGAN Foods Remedial Reading 0 DORA HAMLIN Art IOHN M. HASKELL History Basketball Coach MARGARET B. HEALD Music O FRED L. KELLEY Physics Auto Mechanics LYDIE A. LIVEZEY Clerk HARRY B. McCORMICK Hygiene Physical Education. Director of Athletics MARTHA R. MURDOCK Typewriting Office Practice Girls, League Adviser NORMAN N. NEVINS Head of History Department Assistant Track Coach IMOGENE FOLLANSBEE Law ROBERT N. OSBORN Remedial Reading Baseball Coach CLAIRE E. PARTRIDGE English Dramatic Club Adviser E. MEREDITH REED English Scribblers Club Adviser D WILLIAM T. ROGERS Printing FREDERICK A. SCHOENHERR Supervisor of Manual Arts Athletic Association Treasurer PAUL 1. SHUTE Mechanical Drawing HOWARD A. SMITH Head of Science Department Cross Country Coach Photography Club Adviser STANLEY F. SNELL Mathematics Junior Varsity Basketball Coach HARRIET E. STAPLES Typewriting Stenography Girls, League Treasurer NORMAN C. TARDIFF History Mathematics junior Varsity Football Coach FRANCIS W. TATRO Supervisor of Music EVELYN C. O. TONDREAU French IANE E. WACONER Supervisor of Audio-Visual Education, Screen Guild Adviser Radio Club Adviser IAN F. WATSON Physical Education Hygiene ETHEL B. WILEY Biology Financial Adviser - Echo, Yearbook ivilie Student Council Front Row: D. Stevenson P. Kenney, A. Dahlbo, R Lake, V. Burdick, W. Pur- sell, R. Keddy. Second Row J. Fallon, D. Lunt. Student Council and Home Room Delegatlon The Student Council experienced a successful year. Its members attended State and Eastern Division Conventions at Arl- ington, Winchester, and Gloucester. Robert Lake served as president of the Eastern Division and as a member of the State Executive Board. At the National Convention of Student Councils of 1952 which met at Evanston, Illinois, Robert participated as a discussion leader. The main purpose of the Student Council is to serve the school in every possible way. This year the Council has engaged in varied activities, such as sending of cards to the service men graduated from Milton High School and to the sick members of the student body, raising an additional sum for its scholarship fund, and playing host to the Student Council Alumni. Milton Student Council is justly proud of the loyalty of its graduates. David Stevenson, president of the Home Room Delega- tion, has presided over that group during a prosperous year. The Assembly has tried especially to publicize and help put into greater practice the "Code of Honor." Home Room Delegation Front Row: I. Meyer, E. Rowbotham, J. Myers, F. Kaplan, C. Forde, D. Stev- enson, D. Morrissey, M. Dunn, B. Ulman, N. Daley, S. Gerke, 1. Reeder. Second Row: B. Scales, D. Buona- gurio, -I. O'Connor, T. Gal- lagher, H. Sinclair, J. Cros- by, I. Kearney, T. Carlmark, R. McGrath, I. Croce, R. Ceronini. Third Row: K. Mullin, D. McKinnon, R. Desmond, I. Kelly, G. Finer- ty, I. Cronin, WV. Gustafson, I. Thornton, W. Hl1lCl11ll811, L. Webber, A. Ahearn. Business Staff Front Row: 1. Sylvester, B. Ellwood. Second Row: C. Currant, W. Ellis, M. Croce. Business Staff Were it not for the self-sacrifice and well- organized efforts of the business staff, M.H.S. would have no school publication. By conducting a record hop, by selling tickets for the senior play and for two moving pictures, and by obtaining sponsorships and selling subscriptions, the business staff has raised funds to support both the magazine and the yearbook. BUSINESS MANAGER John Sylvester, '53 Barbara Ellwood, ,54 Marie Croce, '53 VVilliam Ellis, '53 Claire Currant, '54 Honor B011 Those on the Honor Roll in Milton High School have been not only scholastic leaders but also members of various extra-curricular groups. As they pursue further studies or enter business, their ability in leadership will enable them to achieve the high goals for which they strive. These seniors whose willingness and ability have been recognized receive the admiration and respect of the entire student body and the faculty. Their scholastic achievements merit special acknowledgment. Honor Roll Front Row: P. Crowley, R. Kondey, D. Tyrrell, E. Dowd, A. Granstrom, I. O,- Connor, R. Emery. Second Row: K. Hermance, R. Lake, R. Lincoln, W. Flannery, V. Van Neste, D. Stevenson. Yearbook Front Row: D. Tyrrell, I. Collins, R. Noris, V. Van Neste, B. Webb, S. Slyne, A. Connelly. Second Row: A. Granstrom, R. Kondey, A. van Gestel, K. Berggren, W. Flannery, R. Hickey, J. Fan- del, D. Morrissey. Yearbook Editor - Victor Van Neste, Associate Editor- Betsy Webb, Biographies - Dorothea Tyrrell, Robert Kondeyg Art - Robert Hickey, Dorothy Morrissey, Athletics - Julia Collins, William F lannery, Pho- tography - Karl Berggren, Typists - Ioan Fandel, Alice Connolly, Clubs - Sheila Slyne, Allan van Ges- tel, Teachers - Annette Cranstrom, Secretary - Rita Norisg Literary Adviser - Ruth Dyasg F inanciol Ad- visers - Ethel B. Wiley, Lottie Elzbut. Unqulty Echo This year the Unquity Echo Staff has again endeavored to maintain the high standard of past years. With Richard Lincoln as editor, the members have put out Christmas and spring issues with en- tertaining stories, interesting features, and attractive cuts. The results of their efforts should equal the impressive record of last yearis staff, whose issues won first rating in the Columbia Scholastic P1'eSS Association contest and the Boston Glohe one hun- dred dollar award. Echo Front Row: G. Smith, B. Kelley, E. Dowd, R. Lin- coln, E. Coughlan, I. Oi- Connor, M. Campbell. Sec- ond Row: B. Avery, M. Ed- mundson, D. Stevenson, M. Cappers, C. Donohue, VV. Gustafson, M. Gordon, R. MacDonald, R. Murch, S. Mikulski, B. Boynton. Orchestra Front Row: J. Collins, I. Curran B. Graham, P. Con- nors, L. Stanhope, M. Phipps, D. Thompson, H. Laurie. Second Row: Mr. Tatro, R. Murch, W. Ferry, R. Lincoln, D. Bannan, M. Cappors, A. Pappas. Orchestra A small group of pupils interested in orches- tral music met each Thursday afternoon in Room 223. Under the direction of Mr. Tatro the group played at several school functions during the-year. The two highlights of the year, however, were pro- viding the music for the senior play and playing in the spring concert. One of the new selections the orchestra learned is Haydenls Toy Symphony. This has proved to be a great favorite with the members. Band The band members had an active schedule with band rehearsals brought into school time, The band supplied the musical entertainment for the football games, gave a school assembly program in April, and presented its annual concert in May. Two members represented Milton at the All-State Band in Springfield, and four others were in the Eastern Massachusetts Band in Randolph. As in past year the band provided the musical background for com- mencement. Band Front Row: G. Wifholm, C. Westhaver, B, Pearson, M. Phipps, Mr. Tatro, I. Roe- der, I. Swingle, B. Irwin, L. Stanhope, I. Myers, G. Chandler, I. Carroll. Second Row: R. Crowley, R. Wea- ver, D. Peatfield, S. Kelley, M. Huban, I. Driscoll, R. Murch, R. Driscoll, T. Pardy, R. Yocco, I. Grogan. Third Row: R. Thompson, A. Pappas, D. Bannan, E. Walker, R. Desmond, R. Lincoln, D. Duncan, I. Rafuse, D. Lunt, R. Brad- shaw, S. Mikulski. Dramatic Club Front Row: R. Fahey, J. Wilson, E. Jenkins, E. Dowd, B. Graham, N. Old- field, E. Webb, S. White, V. Burdick, M. Dunn, D. Tyrrell. Second Row: S. Scroggs, N. Sandstrom, A. Pappas, D. Stevenson, R. Lincoln, S. Fay, R. Ma- honey, V. Van Neste, R. Kondey, P. Connors, B. Ul- man, I. Meyer, L. Mash- rick. Third Row: A. Gran- strom, C. Stebbins, Annette Foisie, Adelaide Foisie, I. Fandel, A. Fandel, E. Peters, C. Donick, S. Slyne, D. Morrissey, B. Zwicker, B. Mooney, I. Collins. Dramatic Club Under the able guidance of Miss Partridge the Dramatic Club has accomplished much in pro- viding the student body with lively and interesting entertainment, as well as instilling in its members an appreciation for the time-honored art of acting. On April 17 the seniors of the club presented "Bertha, the Beautiful Typewriter Girly' for the bene- fit of the magazine and the yearbook. PRESIDENT Richard Stanley VICE-PRESIDENT Arthur Pappas SECRETARY Joanne Meyer TREASURER Richard Mazzucatclli Speech Activities A new club, Speech Activities, with Miss Shirley Cave as adviser, was introduced to Milton High School this year. Through the club, which met biweekly on Tuesdays, the members became ac- quainted with individual speaking, work with radio scripts, voice recording, and the techniques of group discussion. This club should become very popular among M.H.S. extra-curricular activities. . PRESIDENT Suzanne White VICE-PRESIDENT Margaret Dunn SECRETARY Barbara Boynton ADVISER Miss Shirley Cave Speech Activities Front Row: B. Graham, F. Sweeney, N. Oldfield, P. Dunn, S. White, B. Boynton V. Burdick, C. DeCiaco1no D. Williams. Second Row: I. Coles, M. jaspan, L. Kel- ley, T. Hawkins, S. Glick- man, A. Hitrys, R. Mahoney, W. Pursell, D. Bannan, W. Keough, M. Brolin, J. Swinglc. 1 Q Clee Club Front Row: R. Fahey, L. Geissler, B, Mooney, N. Oldfield, J. Swingle, S. Rob- inson, B. Webb, B, Graham. Second Row: B. Hicks, I. VValden, E. Barrows, E. Peters, M. Bogdanski, P. Savage, A. Oxner, E. Walk- er. Glee Club Under the direction of Mr. Tatro, the meni- bers of the Clee Club have enjoyed many pleasant times rehearsing and performing. In the fall they provided music for the Thanksgiving assembly, and for the United Nation's Day program at the Pierce School. At Christmas time they presented their Christmas Assembly, the Christmas promenade in Quincy, and sang Christmas carols in the school corridors. The next Glee Club project was the excel- lent Spring Concert presented in May. PRESIDENT Beverly Graham VICE-PRESIDENT Richard Hersee TREASURER John Crosby Chess Club The Chess Club, under the capable direction of Mr. Brown, has played exhibition games with several South Shore teams. Because of Dave Wek- stein,s amazing skill and Stan Stearns, organizational and teaching ability, the team has been able to prove the powerful versatility of Milton High School, even in this most difficult of games. PRESIDENT David Wekstein VICE-PRESIDENT Stanley Stearns TREASURER Cordon Crose SECRETARY Charles Donohue Chess Club Front Row: I. Swingle, G. Grose, S. Stearns, D. Wek- stein, C. Donohue, S. Mi- kulski, P. Dunn. Second Row: A. Lagace, R. Des- mond, W. Keough. junior Aides Front Row: B. Bent, L. Ceissler, P. McDermott, K. Sullivan, C. Kelty, D. Mor- rissey, N. Quirk, I. Swingle, M. Dunn, C. DeCiacomo, D. Tyrrell. Second Row: I. Collins, M. Bell, S. Callow, C. Forde, I. MacGregor, D. VVilliams, A. Granstrom, S. Kolstad, B. Webb, B. Kel- ley. Third Row: A. Collins, A. Foisie, A. Dahlbo, I. Fan- del, A. Fandel, A. Clasbv, G. Smith, B. Avery, B. Mooney, P. Kenney. lunior Aides For the second year, girls from M.H.S. have served as Junior Aides at the Milton Hospital. From half-past four until six in the afternoon they have performed such duties as filling pitchers with ice Water, giving clean glasses, and serving supper trays. These girls, dressed in crisp yellow and White uni- forms, not only have cheered hospital patients but, at the same time, have learned about the nursing profession. Scribblers Club If one sat in on a meeting of the Scribblers, he'd hear poems, jingles, and short stories Written by members of the Club. Miss Reed is to be con- gratulated fer her success in imbuing the sopho- mores and juniors with the valuable skill of colorful, concise Writing. PRESIDENT William Kepper VICE-PRESIDENT VVilliam Keough SECRETARY Carole Stebbins TREASURER Marilyn Bell ADVISER Miss Meredith Reed Scribblers First Row: S. Glickman, M. Bell, W. Kepper, C. Steb- , bins, W. Keough. Second Row: I. Driscoll, M. jaspan, K. O'Donnell, C. Smith, P. Florence, L. Stanhope. Third Row: B. Ellwood, G. Campbell, F. Kaplan, S. Fay, M. McNamara, E. Ross. Photography Front Row: R. johnson, M. Edmundson, V. Van Neste, C. Stebbins, R. Stanley, K. Hall. Second Row: R. Murch, R, Bradshaw, R. Crowley, M. Cappers, L. Osborn, C. Smith, C. Ten- ney, I. Hogan, L. Norton, R. Paterson. Third Row: R. Hickey, R. Britt, R. Duncan, S. Tays, M. Cordon, I. Mc- liinnon, R. Wilcox, L. Web- ner. Photography Club Although late in organizing, the Photography Club has varied its standards of achievement to in- sure more effective training in darkroom technique for its members. Under the zealous uidance of Mr. Smith, a scrapbook of Milton landlmarks was as- sembled. In addition, contests have produced many high-caliber snaps eagerly sought after by the stu- dent body. PRESIDENT james McKinnon VICE-PRESIDENT Morris Edmunson SECRETARY Carol Stebbins TREASURER Richard johnson ADVISER Mr. Howard A. Smith Screen Guild Miss Iane Wagoner, audio-visual director at Milton High School, once again advised the screen guild. Extensive courses in the operation of movie projectors, tape recorders ,and other audio-visual equipment were afforded to all members. Although organized meetings were held only once a month, many members were in 116 during a third period operating a powerful Navy-type radio receiver. PRESIDENT Donald Avila SECRETARY Frank Treanor TREASURER Karl Berggren ADVISER Miss Jane Wagoner Screen Guild Front Row: C. Kelley, L. Ceissler, I. Hannon, F. Treanor, D. Avila, K. Berg- gren, E. Coughlan, J. WVal- den. Second Row: A. Pap- pas, B. Murch, D. Sweet, R. Boles, S. Stearns, D. Ban- nan, I. Bender, F. Sullivan. Girls' League Exec. Board Left to Right: B. Graham, J. Tegan, N. Oldfield, S. White, C. Donick, B. Mooney, M. Kenney, Miss Murdock, D. Tyrrell, S. Gerke, D. Morrissey, B. Webb, I. Fandel, B. Kelley, M. Campbell. Girls' League The Girls, League has had a busy year with many activi- ties. The impressive candle-light installation of new officers, followed by the initiation of the sophomore girls, occurred in November. Shortly afterward, the League members organized the Junior Aides at Milton Hospital. At Christmas time the members sent much- appreciated toys and gifts to the Home for Little Wanderers, held a Christmas dance, and shipped a Care package overseas. In February the dramatic committee presented a play at the valentine tea f0l' mothers and repeated it for the school assembly. Finally, the year was climaxed with the annual Girls, League Spring Dance. PRESIDENT Margaret Kenney SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT Dorothea Tyrrell JUNIOR VICE-PRESIDENT Sandra Gerke SOPHOMORE VICE-PRESIDENT Carolyn Donick SECRETARY Barbara Mooney TREASURER Miss Harriet E. Staples ADVISER Miss Martha Murdock 20 21 DOT S ...L FOCTBALL Coach Harry B. lVlCCO1'l11lCk Football Team Front Row: G. Finerty, I. Carnie, R. Lake, W. Ma- honey, I. Moran, H. Cross, J. McDermott, P. Kenney, J. McGrath, H. Miller. Sec- ond Row: Mr. Carnie, W. Donovan, R. Stanley, R. Mc- Grath, I. Daley, W. Flan- nery, I. Crosby, I. Mitiguy, j. Hannon, D. Buonagurio, P. Bobrick, Mr. McCormick. Third Row: H. Weeks, R. Mahoney, T. Gallagher, J. Larrabee, D. Crook, P. Sul- livan, H. Ellis, I. Kelly, C. Perry. Fourth Row: A. van Cestel, S. Snell, C. Bossi, S. Svedeman, J. Thornton, D. Whitney, W. Kantaros, E. Cicconi. The Whiz Kid grid team climaxed a successful season by winning more than half of their games. The team ended the season with a 5 and 4 record after getting away to a slow start by losing the first two games to Winchester and Natick. The spirited eleven finally got started by a win over Norwood. With a victory under their belts, Coach McCormick,s charges led by the fine play of the two co- captains, Jim Moran and Hank Cross, steadily improved throughout the rest of the season. In the two big games of the year, the team beat North Quincy but lost to the Wamps of Braintree. The North game was a thriller down to the last second. It was decided by an extra point kick by Iohn McDermott after Carry Finerty had plowed over for the equaling touchdown. Milton won a 13 to 12 victory in the waning minutes of the ball game. The Thanksgiving Day game Was a differ- ent story though. Braintree, led by the fine running of Bill McCarthy, completely outplayed Milton and led 13 to 0 at the half. Milton finally got started in the second half and clicked for a touchdown. Bob Lake threw a pass to end jim McGrath who ran seventy yards for the score. Time ran out before Milton could sco1'e again, and the season ended with a disappointing loss to Braintree 13-6. 24 SE 3 W EE Y? if S "5 2 F 5 Z J 5 E 4 x i 5 E i z x i 5 ,, ,,....,... W , .- .... , ,, .Y ,,,, my ... M .... A v.m-.,-T-M-f-x,m.w.-www Q- - , v--e,.,, Y-, V . f-vmqwrww-:e,:.rwMmam'fMfMmmmwQ ,www , , M- ,..,. MQ, - - QW. ..., . , m-,.,,,m-M mwmwfm-.H HW Awww. BASKETBALL Basketball Front Row: W. Flannery, W. Hayes, R. Connelly, J. McDer1nott, R. Lake, G. Murphy, D. Crook, K. Mul- lin. Second Row: Mr. Has- kell, C. Perry, T. Gallagher, R. Webb, A. Ahearn, G Meeken, D. Stevenson. Finishing second in the Bay State League, the Whiz Kid Coach John M. Haskell hoopsters enjoyed an 11-3 record. After getting away to a slow start by losing two out of their first three games, the team improved stead- ily as the season progressed. The main scoring power of the squad was supplied by the co-captains John McDermott and Bob Lake. johnny worked out of the pivot position, while Bob did most of his shooting from the side. Other senior standouts included Bob Connelly, George Meeken, and Art Ahearn. Throughout the season the team treated their followers to some very exciting games, many of which could not have been won without the Kids, untiring spirit. There were five games that were decided in the last few minutes or seconds. A good example was the second Dedham game, which was won by a basket by Art Ahearn just before the buzzer sounded. Another thrilling game was the second Needham contest, Milton having dropped the first. In this game the Whiz Kids played possession ball to stop the fast-moving Needham quintet, only to be hurt by a. poor third quarter. The two losses to Needham were a big reason why the team didn't gain a post season invitation to the Tech Tourney. Next year should see a fine M.H.S. basketball team on the court because of the gifted and experienced ballplayers returning. 26 x , I 3 , Q E 3 3 3 Z z Z 2 2 2 , 2 S 3 E E E Q Q 5 s 5 'S Q 5 i Cheerleaders ond Row: N. Baker, S White, P. McDermott, K Sullivan, L. Celi, J. Alfano S. Gerke, P. Holmes. Cheerleaders At every football and basketball game home or away the cheerleaders, under the able leadership of jini Burdick, the vivacious head, were always there rooting the VVhiz Kids on to victory. In addi- tion to cheering at games, they participated in many cheerleading competitions in which they were tops. New cheerleaders who joined the squad this year were Nancy Baker and Sandra Gerke, juniors, and Peggy Holmes, sophomore. Cheer Down by the goal post Skit and scat. We want a touchdown Push 'em back! Block 'em, tackle 'em, Push right through. Come on, Milton, We,re for you! Front Row: V. Burdick. Sec- Cross-Country Front Row: D. Lunt, J. Mc- Cusker, R. Mahoney, R. Stevens, N. Wallace, I. Eng- dahl, W. Ellis, P. Crowley, R. Swan. Second Row: I. Bender, W. Keough, K, Forde. W. Hinchman, W. Gustafson, J. Craig, R. Smith, G. Crose, Mr. Smith. Cross-Country The "hill and dale" boys of M.H.S. ended a good season by winning half of their dual meets. Coach Howard Smith's team had victories over Quincy, Weymouth, Rockland, defending State champs, and suffered a defeat to Brockton by the slim margin of one point. The highlight of the sea- was the ouststanding running of Neil Wallace, cap- tain of the team. Neil won not only all the dual meets, as well as state championship in Class D, but also the New England championship. Hockey Competing in the fast-moving South Shore League, the Milton High squad once again proved to be a formidable foe. Coach Carnieis team ended the season with a 3-2 record. Led by the high scorers of the season, Captain jerry Dacey and Billy Mahoney, the team handed North Quincy its first defeat in three seasons. Lack of ice hampered the team from completing its schedule and moving higher in the league standings. Hockey Team Halliday, W. Pursell. Front Row: R. Scales, W Mahoney, C. Brooks, I Dacey, H. Cross, A. van Gestel, J. M o r a n, M Carnie. Second Row: R Lishman, R. March, R. Ma honey, I. Leary, H. Ellis, N Dahlbo, R. McAuliffe, B Indoor Track Front Row: R. Noris, I. Stenberg, F. Brimstine, 1. Engdahl, N. Wallace, J. Hannon, J. McGrath, H. Miller, P. Kenney, R. Stev- ens, W. Ellis, D. Clasby. Second Row: D. Tiews, I. Bender, I. Clasby, T. Col- ligan, G. Grose, T. Hawkins, R. Smith, W. Richardson, Jerome Driscoll, James Dris- coll, I. Lane, I. Craig, E. Bonano, D. Desmond, W. Luce, R. Presutti. Third Row: G. Martin, K. Forde, I. McCusker, G. Williamson, P. Sullivan, J. Deering, M. Gordon, R. Smith, I. Carnie, R. Bruce, I. Kearney, W. Track The indoor and outdoor track teams enjoyed one of their better seasons. Performing in the Metro- politan Interscholastic League and the Bay State League, Coach Adams, teams displayed some fine running. The main factors behind the victories wcre the veteran runners and the balance of good distance and dash men. Another asset to the teams this year was the fine relay team, which always made an excellent showing. Kantaros, R. Duncan, W. Keough, H. Weeks. Baseball Once again the Milton nine showed the ag- gressive spirit which makes them such a tough op- ponent. Operating in the Bay State League, the team played very impressive ball throughout the season. A nucleus of seniors, led by Bob Lake and Iohn McDermott, provided much of the punch in the lineup, but the team suffered slightly from the lack of pitching depth. The combined team play helped bring a good season. Baseball Front Row: A. Ahearn, I. McDermott, R. Lake, R. Connelly, W. Mahoney, B. Restuccia. Second Row: D. Teevens, W. Flannery, J. Mitiguy, W. Jepson, J. Moran, Mr. Osborn. Tennis Left to Right: D. Wekstein, QI. Crosby, M. Edmundson, R. Mahoney, A. Blackburn, S. Stearns, Tennis Although hampered by the lack of experi- enced tennis players, Mr. Dunbar's team still showed great spirit and ability in the past season. Led by such players as Dick Mahoney and Arthur Blackburn, the club made a good showing and al- ways displayed plenty of hustle, whether playing away or at the courts at the Town Field. They played such teams as North Quincy, Hingham, and Brockton. Golf The new addition to M.H.S. sports com- pleted its second year of existence. Mr. Kelleyis squad, led by such players as Paul Crowley and jack Dennehy, enjoyed a good year. Although in its second year the sport is fast becoming very popular with the pupils. Next year should see some big advances. Many of the matches were played on the Wollaston golf links. Golf Left to Right: H. Maloney, C. Pickering, VV. Fitzgerald, I. Dennehv, D. Pickering, P. Crowley. Girls' Field Hockey Front Row: J. Walden, L. Geissler, D. Tyrrell, P. Ken- ney, D. Morrissey, A. Gran- strom, B. Webb, E. Dowd, B. Donohue. Second Row: B. Mooney, M. Fahey, J. Smith, I. Kirkegard, J. Fan- del, A. Clasby, C. DeGia- conio, D. Williams, I. Col- lins, M. Dunn, B. Kelley. Field Hockey Field hockey teams were organized in September and named after states. There were two senior teams, Rhode Island, co-captained by Dottie Tyrrell and Peggy Kenney, and Pennsylvania led by Ann- ette Cvranstrom and Dottie Morrissey. Pennsylvania had a very successful season placing second. Betsy VVebb, Barbara Mooney, and Ioan Fandel led their team for an eight-three season. Rhode Island ended in fourth place winning five games and losing five. Highest individual scorers were Julie Collins, Peggy Kenney, and Dottie Tyrrell. Seventeen seniors were awarded their shields. Girls' Basketball All three senior teams had a very successful season finishing in a tie for second place. New York was co-captained by Peggy Kenney and Connie Kel- ty, Alaska by Joanne Swingle and Annette Gran- strom, and Michigan by Betsy Webb and Allison Hersey. Each team won eight games and lost three. New York, however, scored the highest number of points. Highest scorers were Ioan Fandel, Pat Mc- Dermott, Kay Sullivan, Nancy Oldfield, Virginia Burdick, Betsy Webb. Eleven girls from New York received shields, eleven from Alaska, and twelve from Michigan. Girls' Basketball Front Row: I. Wilson, E. jenkins, B. Webb, A. Her- sey, B. Donohue, N. Quirk, M. Kenney, C. Kelty, K. Sullivan, A. Granstrom, I. Swingle, D. Tyrrell, R. johnson, J. Dowdall. Second Row: S. White, B. Kelley, L. Ceissler, A. Oxner, I. Parsloe, B. Mooney, A. Mac- Kinnon, B. O'Dea, S. Fol- ger, N. Oldfield, I. Walden, S. Robinson, S. Skilling, E. Dowd, R. Fahey. Third Row: j. Collins, B. Boynton, P. McDermott, M. Dunn, V. Burdick, C. DeGiacomo, D. Morrissey, N. Richards, P. Shaughnessy, E. Peters, A. Connelly, I. Fandel, G. Smith, A. Clasby, D. Wil- liams, F. Sweeney, B. Gra- ham. J V 33 ' eniors ...A Left to right: R. Noris, P. Kenney, J. McDermott, 1. Hannon CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT John McDermott VICE PRESIDENT Philip Kenney SECRETARY Rita Noris TREASURER James Hannon PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Looking back through the years to the war-ravaged world of 1940, we see the small figure of a child about to enter school for the first time. This child represents us, the present graduating class, who have received most of our formal education while the nations of the earth have been engulfed in bitter conflict. During these years, we have been a living part of the changing world: the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the school adoption of a new salute to our flag, the death of a great president, the allied victory in Europe, the use of the atom bomb, the long awaited end of World War II, the once fantastic dream of television, the organization of the United Nations, the conflict in Korea, the death of a king and the coronation of a queen. As we leave our public school life, each in his own way seeking a new goal, let us stop to appreciate the educational opportunities that we have had dur- ing these twelve years. By placing faith in ourselves, our country, and our God We confidently look into the future. John E. McDermott 36 ARTHUR T. AHEARN 56 Howe St. College Arta . . . smooth, deliberate manncr . . . mellow personality . . . neat dresser . . . a natural basketball player . . . an avid sports fan and bowler . . . always on the spot when some- thing's doing. Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, Home Room Alternate 3. JOHN F. ANDREWS 37 Woodchester Dr. School Andy is witty in a friendly way . . . would enjoy school if there were no teachers . . . is a super salesman . . . likes to patronize the bowling alleys. Baseball 1. DONALD F. AVILA 75 Martin Rd. Collcgc Don . . . often called GD. A." . . . is a clever sailor and a good skier . . . likes to take things apart . . . is experienced in radio and movie technical work. Tennis 2, Chess Club 1, 2g Screen Guild Secretary 1, President 2, 3, Home Room Delegate 1. ERMA R. BARROWS 3 Lawrence Rd. School "My Friend Irma" likes to watch football games . , . is modest and genial . . . enioys bookkeeping . . . has an easy- going nature . . . admits she is allergic to homework . . . plans to be a teacher. Glee Club 3. SHIRLEY F. BELL 39 Otis St. VVork Shirl, a newcomer in her junior year, has easily made many friends . , . is full of pep and known for her good humor and iokes . , . enjoys playing a lively game of basketball. Chorus 2g C'rls, League Hospitality Committee 2, 3, Latin-American. Club 2g Bas- ketball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Ways and Means Committee 3, Girls, League Collector 3. BEVERLY A. BENT 15 Bradford Rd. School Bev . . . serene hazel eyes, quiet manner, friendly disposi- tion . . . a future efficient medi- cal secretary . . . an active member in Rainbow . . . an eager spectator of M.H.S. sports. Chorus 1. KARL E. BERCGREN 27 Frothingham St. College Karl . . . our versatile pho- tography editor . . . hot man with a "hop-up,' or stock car . . . rifle expert . . . really a regular friend with a rare sense of humor and varied interests. Screen Guild 2, 3, "Un- quity Echo" Staff 2, Year- book 3. SHIRLEY A. BEVIS 37 Cypress Rd. Nursing Shirl . . . is an especially good seamstress . . . admits she has problems with Problems . . . hopes to fulfull her ambi- tion of nursing. MARY E. BOGDANSKI 123 Cliff Rd. Business School Mimi . . . flashing brown eyes . . . dashing smile . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . a lively companion with insep- arable friends. GEORGE E. BOSSI 18 Chesterfield Rd. College Ace . . . a quiet manner till you know him . . . a grin t.hat pleases . . . fondness for draw- ing' and bowling . . . a deep thinker, and a real asset on the football field. Football 3g Baseball 2. 1953 MHS WALTER E. BOSWORTH 39 Pleasant St. Business School Gus . . . sports enthusiast . . . faithful gridiron man . . . . . . carefree and friendly . . . busy with work outside of school. Football 2, 3. BARBARA A. BOYNTON 2.08 Church St. College Pretty Barb . . . neat, dainty, graceful . . . eager and enthusi- astic . . . congenial . . . well- groomed . . . unaffected and likable . . . loyal rooter for the Whiz Kids. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 25 "Unquity Echol' 35 Se1'vicemen's Committee 15 Latin-A m e r i c a ri Club 25 Girls, League Art Commit- tee 35 Secretary Home Room Assembly 25 Senior Class Nominating Committee 3. FREDERICK T. BRIMSTINE 70 Plymouth Ave. College Brim . . . small but dynamic . . . happy-go-lucky and fun loving with a ready grin . . . interested in all sports . . . a welcome addition to any crowd. Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Track 2, 35 Spring Track 2, 35 "Unquity Echov Collec- tor 1. ROBIN C. BRITT 29 Craig St. College Robin . . . the silent type . . . unique style on the basketball court . . . careful in selecting friends . . . cnemy of stuck-up girls . . . udonlt fisteris the ouave" . . . sports fan with a flair for photography. Photography Club 1, 2, 35 'Glee Club 3. CHARLES S. BROOKS 38 State St, Service Chuck . . . sometimes called Red . . . has blue eyes . . . par- ticipates in some outside sports . . . can be the life of the party . . . patronizes the East Milton Bowling Alleys . . . is a hockey and football fan. Football 15 Baseball 15 Hockey 2, 3. BEVERLY A. BROWN 718 Canton Ave. U. S. Navy Bev . . . quiet and unassum- ing . . . has varied outside in- terests, such as Theta Alpha Club . . . usually seems to be enjoying herself . . .is an eager sports fan and a real friend. Softball 15 Basketball 15 Speech Activities 3. ALFRED T. BRUNKE 137 Pleasant St. College Bob . . . tall and easy-going . . . good man at any drafting board or at the wheel of a Chevy . . . spare time killer on work, boats and basketball. .. better half of Brunke-Connors duet. Aeronautics Club 1. VIRGINIA B. BURDICK 39 Bassett St. Dental Hygienist Jini . . . our cute, peppy head cheerleader . . . one of the most popular senior girls . . . a girl with blonde hair and brown eyes Cwhat a combina- tionlj . . . a real whiz at ten- nis. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Girls, League Dra- matic Committee 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, Head 35 Student Council 2, Secretary 35 Speech Activities 3. SUZANNE M. CALLOW 30 Quarry Lane U, S. Navy Sue . . . cute and petite . . . hates to wait for people . . . is a welcome member to any bas- ketball team . . . has big plans for her chosen career . . . is a Hayloft Jamboree fan. Chorus 1, 25 Basketball 15 Softball 1. MARILYN I. CAMPBELL 5 School St. Work Mal . . . talented pianist . . . experienced babysitter . . . ex- cellent pu il in shorthand . . . good baskletball player . . . active member in church youth groups . . . a capable and de- pendable secretary 'for some- one's office. Girls' League Hospitality Committee 2, Chairman 35 Glee Club 35 Secretary "Un- quity Ecbol' 35 Honor Roll six times. MURRAY A. CAPPERS 36 Wendell Pk. College Mouse . . . expert photo- graphic technician . . . partici- pant in all church activities . . . one of the lucky few who like math . . . keen baseball player . . . ready with the his- tory answers. Band 1, 2, 3, Aeronautics Club 1, Orchestra 2, 3, Pho- tography Club 2, 3, "Unquity Echo" Staff 3. JEAN SUE CARITA 99 Brook Rd. Work Jeanie . . . has beautiful brown eyes and hair . . . is an excellent dancer and bowler . . . likes collecting records . . . is an ardent fan of the Rox- bury Red Raiders . . . has made many friends at M.H.S. with her cheery "Hil" for everyone. VINCENT F. CELLI 133 Houston Ave. Northeastern Kiwi . . . especially enjoys swimming . , . attends canteen regularly . . . dislikes seeing famous entertainers earn so much . . . plays a "liken and works during spare time. EDWARD P. CICCONI 15 Squantum St. College Ed . . . black hair and snap- ping brown eyes . . . carefree and nonchalant manner , . . dependable football player . . . easy-to-get-along-with disposi- tion and a great sense of hu- mor. Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Indoor Track 3. ANNE I. CLASBY 235 Pleasant St. Nursing Anne . . . arrived from New York in her iunior year . . . can always be counted on to help . . . is excellent in bowling and swimming . . . seen at canteen with her "double" . . . appears quiet and serene but can really enliven things . . . enjoys lis- tening to the latest records. Softball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Field Hockey 3. , DAVID E. CLASBY 235 Pleasant St. Pilot Dave . . . welcome newcomer to M.H.S .... shy but friendly nature . . . experienced trav- eler . . . faithful Worker at his after-school job. Track 3. ANSTISS M. COLLINS 205 Edge Hill Rd. College Anne . . . liked for her at- tractiveness, frankness, and naturalness . . . well known for her unfailing generosity . . . has a flair for poetry . . . will be long remembered for her clever caricatures and witty stories. Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Latin-American Club 2, Girls, League Civics Commit- tee 3. JULIA M. COLLINS 125 Blue Hill Pkwy College julie . . . all-around good sport . . . wearer of sharp im- ported plaids . . . unassumin and steadfast friend witfl straight-forward personality and and cooperative spirit . . . an able sailor and skier. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 3, Latin-American C lub 2, Scribblers 2, Chorus 2, Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, Girls, League Athletic Committee l, 3, Yearbook 3, Honor Boll three times. ALICE A. CONNELLY 42 VVasl1ington St. Secretary Al . . . has ambitions of be- coming a iournalist . . . is a whiz in her favorite subject, Problems of Democracy . . . has a flair for acting . . . has ability in all sports but excels in basketball . . . shows great promise as a tap dancer. Softball 1, Basketball 3, Dramatic Club 3, Yearbook 3, Honor Roll once. ROBERT I. CONNELLY 42 Washington St. College Bob . . . a opular shy guy . . . .all around, sports fan . . . no sign of his usual classroom reserve on the basketball court. Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Home Room Alternate 2. 1953 MI-IS DONALD L. CONNORS 84 Martin Rd. College Moose . . . an aeronautics expert with a love for flying . . . many outside activities in- cluding swimming instruction at Y.M.C.A .... astonishing vocabulary and a mean set of tonsils for hillbilly sin ing. Aeronautics Clugb Vice- President 1, MAHJORIE A. COSTELLO 75 Capen St. Office Work Li'l Margie . . . is a new- comer to M.H.S. this year . . . has made loads of friends with her good humor and friendly smile . . . is often seen with her double . . . has memories of the Oriental on Saturday nights . . . does good imper- sonations . . . likes listening to records . . . hates to be kept waiting. ELINOH P. COUGHLAN 1 Thompson Lane College Ellie . . . has reddish blond hair and blue eyes . . . likes sports and auto racing . . . goes for hillbilly and popular music . . . likes English enough to take two courses . . . does ex- cellent work in all school sub- jects as well as in outside ac- tivities. Scribblers 2, Latin-Ameri- can Club 2, Basketball 2, Screen Guild 3, "Unquity Eclzol' 3, "Unquity Echo" Collector 3. JOSEPH v. CROCE, JP.. 168 Brush Hill Rd. Work joe . . . quiet and good- natured . . . interested in all sports . . . enioys playing a good game of hockey . . .is a popular guy with everybody . . . always present at the Youth Club. Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, Home Room Delegate 2, 3, Senior Class Nominating Committee 3. HENRY C. CROSS 51 Houston Ave. Undecided Hank , . . a great football player and an able co-captain . . . likes all sports .... always has a happy grin . . . is active in everything, both in school and out . . . fits into any crowd. Football 1, 2, Co-Ca tain 3, Hockey 1, Baseball 1, Ways and Means Committee 3. PAUL H. CROWLEY 166 Granite Ave. Schoo Ace . . . one of our golf en- thusiasts . . . also one of Mr Smithls standbys on track tean . . . member of Wednesday night bowling league and can- teen on Saturday nights . . owner and keeper of Miltor High "Scrap Bookf, Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, In- cloor Track 1, 2, 3, Golf 2 Co-Captain 3. CERARD R. DACEY . 23 Aberdeen Rd. Worl Dace . , . an all-around ath- lete . . . a whiz on the hockey rink . . . popular and well- knovvn senior . . . will never forget Thanksgiving' Day game . . . always ready with some new expression. , Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Captain 3, Track 1, 2 3, Golf 2. CLAIRE T. DE GIACOM0 41 Marr Crest Dr. Collegc Yacomoco . . . envied for hor many talents since she car turn her hand at anything . . has a fancy for redheads . . packs her familiar beach wagor for all M.H.S. activities . . owns a smart, stylish wardrobe Basketball 1, 2, 3, Fielc Hockey 3, A. A. Collector 3, Latin-American Clu b 2, Speech Activities 3, Girls League Athletic Committee 3. JOHN A. DENNEHY 41 Grafton Ave. Worl Den . . . clean cut and al- ways friendly . . . a real ladies man . . . well respected by sophs on school bus . . . has ar unusual bowling skill but hates waiting for people Saturday night. Football 1, 2, Hockey 1, Golf 2, Co-Captain 3. BEATRICE E. DONOHUE 10 Rockwell Ave. Secretary Bea . . . freckles . . . ready laughter . . . much mischief.. connoisseur's collection o: phonograph r e c 0 r d s . . "small in quantity, but rich ir quality" personified. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Latin- American Club 2, F i ela Hockey 3, Honor Roll once. L. ROBERT DOUGLASS 15 Hazel St. School Doug . . . has terrific ability as a broad jumper . . . enjoys watching and slaying football . . . . works har after school in gas station or on his "taxi,' . . . says his pet peeve is the draft. Track 1. EVELYN J. DOWD 10 Edward Ave. College Ev . . . known for her red hair and snappy clothes . . . ardent football fan . . . hates shy bo s at stag dances . . . has a mind, of her own . . . wants to be a bilingual secretary . . . is an active Rainbow girl. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, "Unquity Echo" 2, 3, Honor Roll eleven times. JANET D. DOWDALL 199 Church St. Work Janet . . . has brown hair and brown eyes . . . is small and dresses neatly . . . likes dancing and the movies at the State Theatre , . . can usually sec the bright side of things. Basketball 1, 3, Softball 3. MARGARET M. DUNN 2.5 Whitelawn Ave. College Peggy . . . a cute blonde with a terrific ersonality . . . Mil- ton's Heddla Hopper . . . secre- tary of the Youth Club . . . one of our most popular seniors . . . college girl t e. Field H oclkxb 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Latin-American C l u b 2, Speech Activities 3, Home Room Alternate 1, 2, 3, Dra- matic Club 3, WILLIAM J. ELLIS 29 Maitland St. College Bill . . . has brown hair, blue eyes . . . helps keep up the financial end of school publi- cations . . . likes all sports and is member of track team . . . attends Milton Youth Club and C.Y.O. regularly. Footbal 1, Cross-Country 3, A. A. Collector 3, Year- book 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. RALPH A. EMERY 442 Central Ave. College Gus . . . pleasantly quiet . . . spends much time on his hobby of model railroading . . . like most of us, dislikes homework . . . prefers Mr. Kelley's class over and above others . . . al- ways gets good marks in every- thing he tackles. Honor Roll seven times. IOHN E. ENGDAHL 105 Robbins St. College Little jackie . . . a whiz in math and physics . . . a good addition to the track team . . . active member of Milton Youth Club, Galahad Club, DeMolay . . . a good accountant for some lucky boss. Cross-Country 1, 2. 3, Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2. WILLARD C. EVERETT 177 Edge Hill Rd. College Bill . . . enthusiastic sports- man . . . a member of Massa- chusetts Air National Guard . . . a good-looking chap with matching brown eyes and hair . . . quietly popular . . . very dependable. MARY L. FAHEY 202 Blue Hill Pkwy College Marv . . . tall and neat . . . is faithful to Milton although her heart is for B. C. High . . . makes many friends with her cheerv smile . . . attends all the school dances . . . loves to watch football . . . hopes to be- come a teacher. Basketball 1, Field Hockey 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Scribblers 2: Girls, League Athletic Committee 3, "U n q uit y Echov Collector 1, 3. ROBERTA H. FAHEY S8 Brush Hill Rd. Work Berta . . . short and cute . . . friendly personality . . . blond hair and twinkling blue eyes . . . loves to put on a Southern accent . . . enioys singing when nobody is around . . . is shy about her talents but admits she is keen about archery . . . member of the Swedish Danc- ing Club. Latin-American Club 2, Glee Club 3, Basketball 3, Dramatic Club 3. 1953 MHS MURIEL M. FALLON 42 Wood Street ' Work Mil . . . is always laughing . . . has an aversion for home- work . . . likes to watch a good game of football . . . can usu- ally be found where the gang is . . . has a really enlightening smile. Basketball 1, 3. JOAN E. F ANDEL 77 Reedsdale Rd. College The Dell . . . famous for her hen parties . . . collects popu- lar records . . . has drawin talent, good scholarship and expert driving ability . . . is a high scorernin field hockey.. . never says no. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Girls, League Art Com- mittee 1, 2, Chairman 3, Latin-American C lu b 2, Scribblers Treasurer 2, Year- book 3, junior Aide 3, Glee Club 3, Chorus 1, Dramatic Club 3. AUDREY A. FARRELL 15 Emerson Rd. Sec. Work Audrey . . . pretty hazel eyes and brown hair . . . good sense of humor which enlivens all her classes . . . enjoys tether- ball, dancing, and swimming . . . ardent music fan. Glee Club 3, Girls' League Hospitality Committee 3. WILLIAM I. FEIN 69 Church St. Service willy . . . avid hunter and fisherman . . . employee at supermarket outside of school hours . . . has quiet but humor- ous nature . . . hopes to hike the Appalachian trail from Maine to Georgia. Cross-Country 1, Indoor Track 2, WILLIAM T. FITZGERALD 102 Decker St. College Bill , . . enjoys playing bas- ketball and occasionally golf . . . likes to go to the Y.M.C.A. has a combination of fiery red hair and freckles . . . knows a little about everything . . . is a supercharged sports fan, Baseball 1, Golf 2, 3. - CAROLE A. FLAHERTY 94 Gulliver St. Sec. School Cuddy . . . has blond hair and blue eyes . . . enjoys many pen pals . . . is an excellent typist . . . seen regularly at the Oriental on Friday night . . , is lucky enough to have the fam- ily car . . . enjoys watching thc Red Sox, especially from the first base stands. Honor Roll four times. WILLIAM C. FLANNERY 84 Dyer Ave. College Bill . . . class giant . . . good student . . . a stellar mounds- man . . . sports enthusiast . . . quiet except when with the boys . . . No. 1 basketball man- ager . . . very active at M.H.S. Football 1,'2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Manager of Basket- ball 2, 3, Yearbook 3. SHEILA M. FOLCER 19 Washington St. Sec. School Sheila . . . mischievous and full of fun . . , brightens up any dull class . . . has an infec- tious giggle and a merry twin- kle in her eye . . . will make an efficient secretary. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Scrib- blers 2, Latin-American Club 2, Softball 3. VIRGINIA M. FORD '- 376 Blue Hill Pkwy College Ginny . . . full of mischief and fun . . . always going places and doing' things . . "" . faithful member of canteen . a skilled horse enthusiast . . . the gal with the chic wardrobe. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Latin-American Club 2. .1. ROGER A. FORDE 12 Babcock St. Work Fordo . . . always cheerful . . . an avid sports fan . . . spends his spare moments put- ting chrome war paint on his Pontiac . . . dislikes English but is at home in problems. 4 l l 4 l 1 1 ERLE R. FRATUS 84 Badger Circle School Bibsy . . . smooth and good- looking . . . a snappy dresser around M.H.S .... often seen in his green Ford convertible . . . enjoys listening to popular records . . . says playing the trumpet is his hidden talent. EVELYN M. GAETANI 83 Blue Hill Pkwy Artist Evie . . . recognized by her twinkling eyes and rippling laughter . . . has great creative and artistic ability . . . is well liked for her cheery disposition . . . always dresses in a snappy and attractive fashion. Honor Roll once. THOMAS I. GALLAGHER 431 Eliot St. College Tommy . . . quiet and likable . . . good-natured, always smil- ing . . . a good hoopster . . . cooperative and active in M.H.S. affairs . . . easily recog- nized by his blond hair per- fectly whiffled. JEANNE D. GARDNER 41 Wood St. Secretary jean . . . sparkling eyes, strik- ing wavy black hair. flashing "Ipana', smile . . . busy girl with outside activities . . . smooth dancer. Honor Roll four times. LORRAINE GEISSLER 112 Central Ave. Nursing Laurie . . . newcomer in her senior year . . . enthusiastic about everything . . . easy to know and like . . . gifted in art, good in sports, and gener- ous of her time as aide at Mil- ton Hospital. Field Hockey 3, Basketball 3, Screen Guild 3, Girls' League Civic Committee 3, junior Aide 3, Glee Club 3. BEVERLY GRAHAM 4 Rowe St. College Bev . . . a talented pianist who has played for assemblies and Glee Club . . . happy dis- position . . . a dislike for con- ceited Jeople . . . ready smile . . . lorown hair and lively brown eyes. Basketball 2, 3, Softball 1, Orchestra 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, President 3, Girls' League Music Committee 1, 2, Chair- man 3, Latin-American Club 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Speech Activities 3. MARY L. GRAHAM 27 Rockwell Ave. Secretary Mary Lou . . . blond hair and brown eyes . . . fashionable dresser . , . a music lover who can direct a vocal group . . . shorthand devotee . . . usually seen around school with her chum, Claire. A. A. Collector 1. B. ANNETTE GRANSTROM 3 Coolidge Rd. College Annette . . . is easy to get along with . . . has beauty plus brains , . . hates to Wait for people . . . is known for her pleasant smile and her French enthusiasm. Field H ockey, Basketball, Softball 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Latin-American Club 2, Scribblers 2, Girls' League Nominating Committee 2, Dramatic Committee 3, Year- book 3, Home Room Alter- nate 2, "Unquity Echo" Col- lector 2, Honor Roll nine times. EVELYN L. GREEN 375 Reedsdale Rd. Work Evie . . . always has a smile for everyone . . . likes to square dance . . . enioys listen- ing to the better bands . . . is one of Mr D1u1bar's protegees . . . is active in church groups. Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Honor Roll once. WILLIAM P. GRIFFIN 38 Rowe St. College Bill . . . quiet and reserved manner . . . keen sense of good sportsmanship . . . s unk and ambition . . . sunny disposition . . . true loyalty to his job . . . faithful attendance at C.Y.O. 1953 MHS I. NOEL CUARINO 109 Wendall Park College Noli . . . likes basketball... also enjoys skiing . . . works when not in school . . . talks a lot about his hobby, cars . . . dislikes the latest fad, knee socks and white bucks. Indoor Track 1. BARRY T. HANNON 520 Randolph Ave. College Buck . . . regular member of C.Y.O. and Youth Club . . . an especially good hockey player . . . also member of Megansett Yacht Club . . . a mischievous fellow with a keen sense of humor evidenced by his laugh- ing brown eyes. Hockey 1, 2, 3g Golf 3. IAMES C. HANNON 24 Ferncroft Rd. College Krazylegs . . . a thunderbolt on the gridiron . . . Miltonls own Arthur Murray . . . a way with the girls . . . fun-finding manner and smile . . . a mean guitar player . . . our popular class treasurer. Football 1, 2, 3g Indoor Track 1, 2, 35 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Home room Alter- nate 1, Delegate 2, Class Treasurer 3. ROBERT A. HASKTNS 202 Church St. Dental Tech. Bobo . . . member of East Milton Bowling League . . . model railroading enthusiast when time permits . . . a west- ern music fan . . . a friendly boy with always a grin and a ioke. FREDERICK D. HAYES 64 Robbins St. Work Fred . . . is a mechanical wizard . . . likes to work on cars and electricity . . . enjoys swimming, basketball and hockey . . . works after school hours . . . likes Problems best of all school subjects. Radio Club 1. WILLIAM M. HAYES 474 Brook Rd. Undecided Bill . . . six feet, four inches of good looks . . . famous size 15 shoes . . . a whiz of the basketball court . . . well-timed sense of humor and a subtle smile . . . definitely no partial- ity to women drivers. Basketball 3. JAMES M. HENDERSON, JR. 58 Warren Ave. Work Jimmie . . . does a lot of boating . . . likes track . . . is another of the many fans of western tunes . . . is quite handsome with brown wavy hair . . . favors hygiene over all other subjects. KENNETH E. HERMANCE 4 Wyndmerc Rd. Colle fe Werm . . . enjoys rnocl-cl building . . . gets excellent marks . . . has truly light blond hair . . . is a penny sodajerk . . . appears smaller than he rcally is . . . sings in church choir . . . keeps his history out- lines in good order. Home Room Delegate lg A. A. Collector 15 Photogra- phy Club 1, 2, Screen Guild 25 Honor Roll nine times. ALISON B. HERSEY 156 Edge Hill Rd. Nurse Herse . . . vivacious . . . ex- pert swimmer . . . terrific ath- lete . . . science enthusiast . . . T.V. fan . . . never known to complain about anything . . . could listen to music all day. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 34 Softball 1, 2, 3, A, A. Collector 14 Girls, League Civic Committee 2, 3. DONALD C. HERSEY 156 Edge Hill Rd. School Butch . . . loves to swim . . . enjoys playing basketball . . . always up to something . . . well known for his lively per- sonality . . . dislikes getting up in the morning ,. , . excels in auto mechanics. 1 1 ROBERT H. HICKEY 132 cuff Rd. College Hick . . . makes up for lack of weight with an indefatiga- ble sense of humor . . . is shrewd judge of characters . .. likes bowling, baseball, and pool . . . has a genius for his- tory . . . is allergic to every- thing . . . is the best anchor man a lunch board could have. Aeronautics Club 1, Year- book 3. FRANK E. HOEFT 71 Antwerp St. Naval Air Force Frank . . . blond air and green eyes . . . a real "hot rodder" . . . football fan . . . popular fellow known by al- most everyone for his shy smile and quick iokes. ARTHUR V. HOGAN 275 Pleasant St. College Hogey . . . has a slide rule brain in math . . . is always ready for a good joke . . . waxes philosophical at times . . . vents his terrific energy in a constant smile and in work . . . has a keen eye for a usouped coupev but uses his thumb for a ticket to anywhere. ROBERT L. HUME 16 Dyer Ave. School Bob . . . likes all sports in- cluding football, baseball, bowling . . . is another of our anti-women drivers . . . has happy blue eyes and an unruly lock of hair . . . is an after- school worker and hot-rodder. Football 1, Basketball lg Baseball 1, 2. HELEN F. INCRAHAM 37 Pagoda St. Work Helen . . . sincere, dependa- ble, and good-natured friend . . . well-timed sense of humor . . . a good sport about every- thing . . . versatile interests.. . friendly smile and always a "Hi" for everyone. Softball 1, 2, Ways and Means Committee 3. NANCY P. JACKSON 11 Ferncroft Rd. School Nan . . . dislikes taking an active part in athletics but en- ioys watching football and basketball . . . dependable Rainbow girl . . . always fas- tidiously dressed because she sews her own clothes . . . good law student . . . allergic to homework. ELEANOR M. JENKINS 49 Cheever St. College Ellie . . . has dark. naturally curly hair . . . loves to eat . . . hates to get up early . . . likes Pfood music . . . does not enjoy Miss Foster's outlines . . . is a graduate of Mr. Dunbar's school for helpless female driv- vers. Basketball 2, 3, Softball 1, 24 Latin-American Club 2, Dramatic Club 3. WALTER T. IEPSON 64 Houston Ave. College jep . . . tall, friendly, and good-natured . . . a-jack-of-all- trades . . . keen interest in sports and in out-of-town girls . . . a good conversationalist . . . active participant in C.Y.O. Basketball 2, Manager 1: Baseball 1, 2, Honor Roll once. RUTH A. JOHNSON 23 Orono St. Work Ruthie . . . small, blonde, and blue-eyed . . . always a ready smile and a Good laugh . . . member of Youth Club and C.Y.O .... ardent swim- mer . . . dancing and bowling enthusiast . . . but definitely not a hot-rod fan. Basketball 3, Softball 3. BERNICE M. KEDDY 39 Winthrop St. School A uiet manner which hides a livgly personality . . . glow- ing brown eyes . . . agreeable dis osition . . . various hobbies and interests, such as baby- sitting, making shell iewelxy, and watching hockey games. Field Hockey 1, 2, Basket- ball lg Softball 1, Honor Roll 1953 MHS BARBARA A. KELLEY 11 Lothrop Ave. College Kell . . . coal-black hair . . . diligent worker . . . mischievous eyes . . . sports enthusiast . . . good student . . . spark of the French class . . . master at the p1aIlO. Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Latin-American Club 25 Scribblers 25 "Un.quity Echo" 35 Junior Aide 2, 35 Girls, League Athletic Committee 2, Chairman 35 Honor Roll once. CAROL ANN KELLEY 985 Metropolitan Ave. Work Snooky . . . appears quiet and calm but can be the "life of the partyi' . . . enjoys hobby of collecting post cards . . . is a conscientious worker . . . enjoys the social gatherings in 208 before school and the let- ters she receives from her Eng- lish pen pal, LEONE KELLEY 18 Park St. Radio School Kell . . . capable Iunior Aide at Milton Hospital . . . excel- lent horseback rider . . . likes Charley Drew and his amusing antics . . . has a pleasant dis- position with a friendly "Hin for everyone. Softball 15 "Un.quity Echo" Collector 15 Latin-American Club 25 Speech Activities Club 35 junior Aide 3, CERARD I. KELLY 65 Reedsale Rd. Navy Jerry . . . is a good basketball player . . . tours the town with his boys . . . has a mischievous nature . . . always ready with a witty remark. Football 1, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 35 A. A. Collector 35 "Un- auity Echo" Collector 35 Home Room. Alternate 3. CONSTANCE L. KELTY 404 Adams St. College Good-looking Connie . . . popular . . . smooth . . . care- free . . . has a merry disposi- tion and is an all-around good sport . . . is well known for her exciting parties. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 35 Latin-American Club 25 Field Hockey 3. LEE M. KENNEDY 78 Governors Rd. Service Thumper . . blond, hand- some, and energetic . . . is al- most always on the go . . . known for his noisy "rods" . . . is terrific with a basketball or hockey stick. Baseball 15 Hockey 3. MARGARET M. KENNEY 314 Blue Hills Pkwy Secretary Peg . . . popular president of Girls' League . . . fashion lead- er . . . dynamic personality . . . one of the jolliest, friendliest, and best-liked girls at M.H.S. Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Girls, League 1, 2, Presi- dent 35 Senior Class Nomi- nating Committee 35 Honor Roll three times. PHILIP H. KENNEY 38 Houston Ave. College Phil . . . an excellent grid- iron man . . . Miss Fosterls seventh period errand boy . . . a good student . . . a winning smile, friendly manner, and good-natured disposition . . . one of our most popular seni- ors, sought after by many girls but captured by few. Track 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Student Council 35 Senior Class Vice-President 35 Honor Roll six times. JOAN KIRKEGARD 637 Canton Avenue School Ioanie . . . natural poise and sweetness . . . talented artist and musician . . . active Rain- bow girl . . . a likeable dispo- sition with a smile for every- one . . . secretary of fellowship group. Chorus 15 Softball 35 Field Hockey 35 Girls' League Mu- sic Committee 3. ROBERT L. KONDEY 101 Franklin St. College Bob . . . likeable and fun- loving . . . ready to please everyone . . . a helpful partici- pant in any group or commit- tee . . . hard working, depend- able student . . . always the well-groomed gentleman. Yearbook 35 Dramatic Club 35 Honor Roll eleven times. ROBERT L. LAKE- " 2.2 Glendale Rd. 3 College Bob . . . tall, blond, hand- some senior . . . outstanding athlete . . . honor student . . . exceptional aptness for leader- ship . . . pleasing personality . . . extreme popularity. Football, Basketball, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, Home Room Delegate 1, Student Council 2, President 3, Echo 2, Presi- dent of Eastern Massachu- setts Student Councils 3, Delegate to Evanston, Ill., Convention 2, Honor Roll nine times. JOSEPH G. LARRABEE 20 Harold St. Work joe . . . a well-known and popular senior . . . the lad with the winning smile and fascinat- ing green eyes . . . just won't give the girls a break . . . abili- ty to succeed. Q Football 1, 3, Ways and Means Committee 3, Home Room Alternate 3. - DAVID R. LAWLESS X l4DBrookside Park School ave . . . good looks . . . carefree nature and clever wit . . . constant good humor . . . iowner of the familiar Ford X. . . often seen around town. R. CRAIG LAWRENCE 260 Centre St. College Lightning . . . handsome with his smooth smile and well- groomed locks . . . handy with cars . . . talented in mechani- cal drawing . . . diligent in his work. RICHARD N. LINCOLN 31 Canton Ave. College Dick . . . Milton's ride and joy in the musical field . . . sur- prises everyone with his ability to play so many instruments . . . a rich vocabulary . . , keen mind . . . hard working "Echo,' editor. Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dra- matic Club 2, 3, Echo, Assist- ant Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 3. MITCHELL M:-ICDONALD, Jr. 22 Hazel St. Undecided Mitch . . . handsome lad with a sunny disposition . . . after-school worker . . . a live wire . . . basketball star . . . never a bad word about any- one. ' Football 1, Basketball 1, Outdoor Track 1. ROBERT N. MacDONALD 89 Decker St. College Mac . . . one of Milton I-Iigh's best artists . . . works hard and seriously . . . is also an excellent baseball player and enioys all sports . . . goes to the "Y" often. Baseball 2, 3,, Echo Staff 2, 3. R. JEAN MacGREGOPi 478 Adams St. College Jean . . . conscientious stu- dent . . . a lover of horseback riding . . . talented musician . . . one of the English V girls who are especially well known for eloquent speaking and writ- ing . . . friendly personality. Scribblers 2, Basketball 3. AGNES C. MacKINNON 261 Blue Hills Pkwy. Air Line Bunnie . . . is as cute as her nickname . . . has attractive blond locks . . . can usually be found where the fun is . . . dis- likes waiting for people but is faithful to her many admirers. Basketball 3, Softball 3, Iunior Aide 3. RICHARD S. MAHONEY 9 Columbine Road College Dick . . . enjoys acting . . . does quite a bit of skiing . . . plays a lot of basketball and' tennis . . . does well in all his subjects but likes- history best. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Captain 3, Dramatic 2, 3, Speech Activities 3. 1953 M H S WILLIAM L. MAHONEY 142 Warren Ave. College Bill . . . good-looking and popular senior . . . great ability on the gridiron and in other sports . . . a swell personality which sparkles with his keen wit and cheery smile. Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Home Room Alternate 1, Delegate 2. IOHN C. MALLOY 736 Randolph Ave. College John . . . tall and nonchal- lant . . . likes to play tennis . . . works after school . . . al- ways has something to say . . . is a woman killer but dislikes conceited girls. A. A. Collector 2. HARRIETTE M. MARCHANT 86 Wood St. Work Mickey.. . . has hazel eyes, brown hair, and a friendly dis- position . . . had lots of fun with Mr. Dunbar . . . enjoys watching football . . . is a fan of hill billy music . . . favors office practice above other sub- Jects. 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball JEAN A. MATTHEW 11 Riverside Ave. Undecided Kitty . . . has pretty black hair and brown eyes , , , likes to speak in assemblies . . . en- 1oys taking part in discussions . . . wants to travel , . . is known for her good humor and witty remarks. JOHN E. McDERMOTT 68 Richard Road College i John E .... our popular and in ustrious class president who excels in all sports . . . a great hoopster . . . ready smile and way with all females . . . a good-natured and easy-to-get- along-with friend. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 35 F0'0'lball 1, 2, 3, Home Room Alternate 1, Class Presklent 3. PATRICIA M. MCDERMOTT 68 Richard Road Work Pat . . . one of our pretty cheerleaders . . . active mem- ber of Youth Club . . . peppy and friendly disposition . . . whiz in shorthand . . . loyal participant of C.Y.O. sports . . . very popular senior at M.H.S. Home Room Alternate 1, Field Hockey 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Latin-American Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Cheer- leader 2, 3, Girls' League Education and Publicity Committee 3. JAMES W. MCGRATH, JR. 84 Decker St. College Mickey . . . one of our good- looking and best-dressed boys . . . outstanding end and a great high jumper . . . welcome ad- dition to any crowd with his iokes for all occasions . . . ad- vocate of flashy sweaters. Football 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2, 3. LOIS MCINTOSH 41 Essex Road Work Lois . . . a conscientious blonde who is really full of fun . . . quiet and friendly manner . . . smart dresser . . . an after- school worker . . . a popular music fan who loves to dance. Latin.-America Club 2, Home Room Delegate 3. JAMES C. MCKINNON 79 Robbins St. College Gus . . . can't stand strange women . . . enioys football, ski- ing, and ice skating . . . hopes to break into ice cream industry . . . likes radio and photogra- phy . . . is- easy to know, with a good word for everybody. Aeronautics Club 1: Radio Club 1, Screen Guild 3. FRANCIS MCNAMARA 57 Hurlcroft Road Printer Mac . . . red hair . . . casual manner . . . effective "line" . . . a great baseball fan . . . puz- zling humor . . . after-school worker in a gas station. GEORGE B. MEEKEN 700 Randolph Ave. Service Meek . . . is amiable and modest . . . loves sports but works most of time . . . can really Hhoopv a bowling ball . . . is never bothered by the Arctic climate of first period gym . . . has a way with the girls. Football 1, Basketball 2, 3, Echo Collector 3, Baseball 3. HOWARD MILLER 208 Gov. Stoughton Lane Col. Howie . . . has plans to go to Northeastern . . . terrific football ability . . . likes a good time . . . does very well at track . . . has a flashy car which can be recognized by two horns . . . is especially popular with op- posite sex. Football 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track il, 2, 3, Echo Collector 1. 'Y , JOHN R. MITICUY .75 Cliff Road College Jack . . . tall and good-look- jing . . . liked by all who know him . . . sports eager beaver . . . busy man both in school and outside . . . one of Mr. ' Kelley's favorites. 1 Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Track 2. ' BARBARA A. MOONEY 15 Audubon Road Nursing Barb . . . quiet and attractive with a good-natured smile , . . full of fun to her many friends . . . C0l'1SClCfltlOl.IS VVOI'kCl' . . . a joyful participant in C.Y.O. sports. Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball 1, 2, 3, Scribblers 2, Chorus 1, 2, Girls' League Nominating Committee 1, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Latin- American. Club 2, Glee Club 3, junior Aide 2, 3, Honor Roll seven. times. JAMES P. MORAN 210 Brush Hill Road. School jim . . . athletically inclined . . . easy-going nature . . . ever- present smile . . . aggressive football player . . . active mem- ber of Youth Club . . . future physical ed. teacher. Football 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, Hockey 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Home Boom Delegate 2. PHYLLIS I. MORIARTY 88 Emerson Rd. Airline Host. Phyl . . . is small and full of fun . . . makes many of her own clothes . . . always looks nice and neat . . . spends exciting summers at Whitehorse . . . loves to bowl. Basketball 2, 3, Honor Roll once. DOROTHY D. MORRISSEY 11 Gordon Road College Dottie . . . dancing brown eyes . . . flair for art . . . expert on sailboats . . . a constant worker . . . good athlete . . . most popular girl in the trig class. Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball 1, 2, 3, -Girls, League Athletic Committee 2, Civics Committee 3, Latin-Ameri- can Club 2, Scribblers 2, Photography C lub 2, 3, Chorus 2, Dramatic Club 3, Home Room Delegate 3, Yearbook 3. GEORGE M. MULLIGAN 17 Harold St. Army Mull . . . big, rugged and easy-going . . . four years in National Guard . . . fun-loving appearance, but serious nature at heart ...' a football- enthusi- ast . . . all the markings of a tough "top sargef' Football 1, 2, Track 3. THOMAS I. NALLY 218 Eliot St. School Tom . . . is a terrific sailor with his own boat in Boston Harbor . . . likes athletics . . . is always calm, unruffled, and dependable . . . takes every- thing in his stride . . . Women drivers his pet peeve . . . hot rods his second love. DONALD R. NELSON 16 Denmark Ave. Work Don . . . has a neat and cheerful appearance . . . is bothered by nothing . . . spends most of his spare time working in chain market . . . has laiqilick smile and pleasant voice . Q . owns a small Ford with- big "duals." 1953 MHS RITA F. NORIS 139 Clapp St. Secretary Rita . . . enjoyable person- ality . . . beautiful eyes and a friendly smile . . . secretarial success . . . perseverance to please . . . hard-workin C.Y.O. member . . . emphatically known as "hot spookf' Latin-American Club 2, Yearbook Secretary 3, Senior Class Secretary 3, Honor Roll twice. NANCY L. 0'BRIEN 23 Cottage Place College Nance . . . bowls and dances equally well . . . is an ardent Canteen member . . . has the luck to get the car to go out riding with the girls . . . enjoys a good game of tennis . . . often goes over to B.C .... experi- ments continually with the latest fad. JUDITH G. O'CONNOR 70 Brook Rd. Teachers Col. Judy . . . is a conscientious worker and faithful friend . . . has scholastic genius . . . hopes to become a teacher . . . pre- fers English to other subjects . . . enjoys walks with "Blondie" Scribblers 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Echo Collector 1, 2, Echo Staff 2, 3, Honor Roll eleoen times. BARBARA A. O'DEA 412 Granite Ave. College Barb . . . ossesses a beau- tiful smile plus dim les . . . lives for the week-endp. . . has a good time everywhere . . . dresses neatly . . . hopes to be a teacher . . . is a faithful friend to her associates . . . just about makes that school bus every morning. Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOHN F. O'HALLORAN 54 Washington St. College Easy . . . is a popular humor- ist . . . enjoys being with the bowlers . . . a whiz at golf . . . is always present with his car . . . has a happy-go-lucky per- sonality. Track 1, 2, 3, Golf 3. NANCY M. OLDFIELD 437 Pleasant St. College Nance . . . one of our smoothest seniors . . . quiet but full of fun . . . beautiful brown eyes that sparkle at the mention: of a certain name . . . a wel- come addition wherever she goes. i Field Hockey 1, 2, Basket-L ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Speech Actioi-j ties 3, Girls, League F inancej Committee Chairman 3. ARLINE R. OXNER 1395 Canton Ave. Work Penny . . . attractive, with brown hair and matching brown eyes . . . quiet an poised . . . enthusiastic about' art . . . especially partial to swimming and horseback riding . . . finds boys who continually talk about cars unbearable. Field Hockey 2, Basketball 2, 3, Softball 3, Glee Club 3.x MARION E. PARK Q 40 Reservation Rd. Office, Lucia . . . as the saying goes, "The best things come in small , packagesv . . . enjoys swim- ming, bowling, and skating . . .1 has shining brown hair and brown eyes . . . says her pet' peeve is oral topics, but takes. them in her stride. Basketball 1. JUNE PARSLOE 1086 Blue Hills Ave. School June . . . always on the go . . . friendly to all . . . "Juni- therv to her close friends . . . blond hair . . . real conver-1 sationist . . . a clever hand with a paint brush . , . future hope - art school. Field Hockey 2, Basketball 3, Softball 3, Girls, League Art Committee 3. M. MARILYN PEROLA 5 Adanac Road Work Mal . . . expert babysitter! . . . Dean Martin-Jerry Lewis' fan . . . good typing student . . . basketball enthusiast . . . everyone's quiet, hard-working, buddy . . . an early bird on' school mornings. ELEANOR M. PETERS 12 Brush Hill Rd. Undecided Ellie . . . has pretty hazel eyes and natural waves . . . is fun-loving and without worries . . . loves to dance . . . is al- ways around when anything's doing . . . enjoys listening to jazz and can jitterbug like an expert. Basketball 3, Softball 3, Latin-American Club 2g Dra- matic Club 3, Glee Club 3. SIDNEY K. QUINT 32 Willoughby Rd. College Sid . . . is a little quiet but always ready to help . . . has a very good build . . . enjoys watching boxing bouts . . . works after school . . . says his pet peeve is lack of money . . . prefers history over his other subjects. Baseball 1g Track 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1. NOREEN F. QUIRK 60 Gulliver St. Bus. School Noreen . . . snappy black hair . . . a fast talker . . . and a barrel of fun . . . bowling and horseback riding advocate . , . a mischievous nature, bubbling with energy. Field H ockeu 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 3, A. A. Col- lector 24 Latin-American Club 2, Girls' League Edu- cation and Publicity Com- mittee 3. BERNARD S. RESTUCCIA 270 Jerusalem Rd. College Cohasset Bunny . . . wonderful per- sonality . . . catching smile . . . untamed wisp of hair . . . active member in Youth Club and C.Y.O .... an extremely popu- lar senior. Cross Country 1, 34 Bas- ketball 1, 34 Baseball 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, Treas- urer 3, Chess Club 15 Echo Staff 2, Assistant Editor 3g Honor Roll five times. NANCY H. RICHARDS 27 Fairbanks Rd. Secretary Nan . . . enviable blond page boy . . . smooth, sophisticated manner . . . trim well-groomed appearance . . . poise . . . pleasing personality . . . main- stay in many conversations. Chorus 1, Latin-American Club 2g A. A. Collector 25 Basketball 3. CLAIRE R. RISTUCCIA 964 Brook Rd. School 'Talented pianist . . . sunny disposition . . . beautiful coal black hair . . . collector of good hit tunes . . . a welcome mem- ber to any group. Basketball 1, 2. SALLY A. ROBINSON 77 Franklin St. Sec. School Sal . . . appears quiet yet isn't shy . . . loves a good foot- ball game . . . is seen readily at canteen . . . dislikes waiting for anybody . . . is a true friend . . . will be a capable secretary. Softball 1, Basketball 3g Glee Club 2, 3, Girls' League Social Committee 3. HAROLD I. ROEDER, JR. 84 Franklin St. College Buddy . . . enjoys all sports, especially baseball . . . likes hunting . . . also takes a keen interest in farming . . . works after school at a gas station . . . is seen buzzing around in his bright yellow convertible. Baseball 1, 2, 3. MILTON G. ROGERS 21 Pillon Rd. Work Cid . . . tall, handsome red- head . . . seemingly quiet ap- pearance and soft-spoken re- marks. . . nonchalant and easy- going manner . . . East Milton landmark. PHYLLIS A. SAVAGE 97 Pleasant St. Work Phil . . . quiet, modest, de- pendable . . . really clicks those typewriter keys . . . is destined to future success in the business world . . . enjoys watching and playing basketball . . . has a friendly twinkle in her eyes at all times. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 1953 M1-IS ROBERT H. SCALES 52 Houston Ave. College Bobby . . . short but full of life . . . very sports minded . . . tops with a hockey stick . . . quiet until you get to know him Cwowlj . . . active in C.Y.O. . . . very capable in school work . . . popular with his many friends. Home Room Delegate 1, Alternate 2, 3, A, A. Collec- tor 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3. PATRICIA SHAUGHNESSY 99 Thacher St. Bus. School Pat . . . likes horseback rid- ing . . . has beautiful wavy hair . . . is allergic to books and says her pet peeve is homework . , . never walks home when Gene has the car . . . is always seen with Barb. Basketball 1, 3, Softball 2, 3, Chorus 1, Glee Club 1, Dramatic Club 3. SHIRLEY H. SKILLINC 60 Antwerp St. College Shirl . . . sunny disposition . . . mischievous blue eyes . . . always ready for a good time . . . easy-going . . . famous for her willingness to serve as a chauffeur. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Latin- American C lu b 2, Girls' League Finance Committee 3. SHEILA A. SLYNE 4 Nash St. College Sheila . . . short black wavy hair . . . a happy smile which she uses often . . . music en- thusiast . . . an avid bowler and reader . . . a future teacher . . . happy addition to seventh period history. Field Hockey 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Scrib- blers 1, President 2, Latin- American Club 2, Junior Aid 2, 3, Honor Boll five times. GERALDINE F. SMITH 8 Webster Rd. College Gerry . . . friendly and de- pendable . . . very artistic . . . understanding and eager to please . . . always ready for a laugh . . . liked by everyone. Field' Hockey 1, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Latin-American Club 2, Echo Staff 3, Girls, League Art Committee 3, junior Aide 3. GERALD SMYTH 1 Kahler Ave. Pre-Medical Jed . . . popular uy around M.H.S .... neat fesser . . . avid sports enthusiast . . . dan- gerous man with a hockey stick . . . a whiz in seventh period history class. Football 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3. CHARLES M. STASEY 1153 Brook Rd. College Bucky . . . a typical student with his dislike for homework . . . an incurable skeptic . . . after school worker . . . pleas- ant and friendly manner . . . always seen around town in his Buick. Indoor Track 2, Aeronau- tics Club 1. STANLEY STEARNS 2 Hinckley Rd. School Stan . . . a real party boy . . . competent sports manager . . . talent for talking about any- thing . . . "What do you say?" . . . mad man behind the wheel . . . football and swimming regular. Baseball Manager 1, Hock- eu 3, Manager 2, Screen Guild 1, 2, 3, Current Events Club 2, Chess Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, Tennis 3. JOHN T. STENBERG 323 Central Ave. College Tiley . . . expert sailor . . . a member of the DeMolay . . . unassuming and stea dfa st friend . . . great sense of fair play . . . ability to get along with everyone , . . oh, that natural blond hair! Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 3, Band 1. RONALD E. STEVENS 84 Culliver St. College Ron . . . likes all sports . . . has won many track meets for with his high jumping ability . . . has a friendly per- sonality and pleasing smile . . . works hard after school . . . is well-liked by everyone. Cross Country 1, 2, 3, In- door Track 1, 2, 3. DAVID A. STEVENSON 25 Gordon Rd. College Gus . . . an excellent partici- pant in all he undertakes . . . good looks . . . neat dresser . . . interested in all sports . . . idol of many girls . . . active stu- dent at M.H.S .... ardent sup- porter of "The Goopv . . . a Boys' Stater. Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, Manager 25 Track 15 Dra- matic Club 35 Echo Staff 35 Student Council 35 President of H orne Room. Delegation 35 Honor Roll seven times. BARBARA A. STONECK 93 VVarren Ave. Work Barb . . . taciturn in class but jovial outside . . . lively sense of humor . . . plenty of witticisms . . . unobtrusive man- ner . . . easy-going disposition. Field Hockey 35 Basket- ball 35 Softball 3. KATHLEEN SULLIVAN 1 Mathaurs St. Nursing Sully . . . popular and good- natured . . . well known for her pleasant smile . . . neat dresser . . . one of our better cheer- leaders . . . active member of Youth Club and C.Y.O .... "Oh, Minnie." Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Latin.-American C lu b 25 Seruicemen's Committee lg Girls, League Social Com- mittee 35 Junior Aide 3, WILLIAM G. SWAN 49 Pine Ave. College Bill . . . wears a constant smile and is an inexhaustible source of mirth . . . makes his classes more interesting . . . always has a lucid explanation for being late . . . is very easy to get along with. Cross Country 15 A. A. Collector 1. FRANCES L. SWEENEY 20 Allen Circle College Franny . , . came to M.H.S. last Se tember . . . always was and allways will be welcome . . . asset to any group with her witty remarks and lively spirit . . . mischief personified. Speech Activities 35 Girls, League Finance Committee 3. JOANNE SWINGLE 7 Edward Ave. College Jo . . . one of our most popu- lar seniors with her charming smile and her beautiful blue eyes always sparkling with en- thusiasm . . . our peppy head drum majorette . . . a member of both Fileneis and Jordarfs hi-school fashion boards. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Drum Maiorettel, Head 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Latin-American. C lu b 25 Girls' League Dramatic Com- mittee 2, 35 Speech Activities 35 Echo Collector 1, 3. JOHN SYLVESTER, JR. 57 Hinckley Rd. College John . . . the guy with the rosy cheeks . . . hard Worker for Yearbook and Echo . . . ready smile . . . friendliness with everyone . . . enjoys his- tory . . . likes to experiment with electricity. Aeronautics Club Treas- urer 1, 25 Yearbook and Un- quity Echo Business Man- ager 3. M. JOYCE TECAN 95 Emerson Rd. Secretary Joyce . . . well groomed . . . stylish . . . efficient and dili- gent . . . fun to be with . . . helpful to any basketball team. Basketball 1, 25 Latin- American Club 25 Chairman of Education and Publicity Committee of Girls, League 3. H. FRANK TREANOR 61 Mingo St. College Quieter member of the class . . . good-natured and likeable chap . . . swimming and hockey fan . . . shy chuckles and a smile for his friends. Screen Guild 1, 2, 3. DOROTHEA B. TYRBELL 437 Adams St. Nursin Dottie . . . capability and ambition . . . pe and enthusi- asm . . . brains plus beauty . . . adds gaiety to any gathering . . . a busy gal on week-ends. Basketball 2. 35 Softball 2, 35 Field Hockey 35 Latin- American Club 25 Scribblers 25 Dramatic Club 35 Year- book 35 Girls' League, Vice President 35 Honor Roll times. J 1953 ALLAN van CESTEL 68 Cheever St. College A1 . . . sharp dresser . . . sports fan . . . a good man to have on a hockey team . . . pre- fers short girls . . . is well liked and active both in and out of school. Baseball 15 Football 2, 35 Hockey 2, 35 Spring Track 2, 35 Home Room Delegate 25 Yearbook 35 Dramatic Club 35 Ways and Means Committee 35 Honor Roll once. VICTOR VAN NESTE 55 Governors Rd. College Vic . . . has active vocabu- lary . . . likes science, fiction and boxing . . . dabbles in photography and painting . . . can realy "wring out" those model planes . . . is a member of Civilian Saucer Investiga- tions. Editor-in-Chief of Year- book 35 Dramatic Club 35 Photogralphy Club 35 Honor Roll twe oe times. THERESA B. VENETO 23 Fairfax Rd. Airline Sec. Terri . . . a very popular senior . . . attractive brunette with friendly brown eyes . . . a whiz in shorthand . . . a good sport about everything . . . always saying "Time for a holiday" . . . clever with a needle and thread and knitting needles. Basketball 1, 25 Softball 1, 2, 35 Latin-American Club 25 Dramatic Club 3. JUSTINE L. WALDEN 81 Blue Hills Ter. School Justine . . . "jack of all trades" . . . a capable business- woman . . . member of many clubs . . . participant in many sports . . . one of Mr. Dunbar's graduates. Field Hockey 2, 35 Basket- ball 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Screen Guild 35 Glee Club 35 Girls' League Finance Committee 1. EVERETT L. WALKER, JR. 44 Cedar Terrace College Oscar . . . is active in church groups . . . plays hot trombone for Mr. Tatro . . . heartily dis- likes any type of test . . . has an allergy for fallen leaves . . . works after school. Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 A. A. Collector 15 Cho- rus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Screen Guild 15 Aeronautics Club 15 Echo Collector 25 Speech Activities 3. NEIL F. WALLACE 45 Thacher St. College Neil . . . small but active . . . New England cross -country champ and holder of many records . . . a golf enthusiast . . . has a shy smile and modest lllannef. Cross Country 1, 2, Cap- tain 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Home Room Delegate 1. ELIZABETH I. WEBB 36 Spafford Rd. College Betsy . . . popular and petite with lots of pep . . . good at basketball . . . unpredictable . . . constantly on the go . . . a ready leader. Home Room Alternate 1, 25 Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Latin American Club' 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 'Girls' League Education Commit- tee 1, Social Committee 2, Chairman 35 Associate Editor Yearbook 35 Glee Club 3. RALPH E. WEBB, JR. 27 Wildwood Rd. College Hoofer . . . 6' 2' basketball star . . . bowls expertly . . . swims like a fish . . . brightens up any class with his offhand remarks . . . plans to be an engineer. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 25 Cross Country 35 Chess Club 2. DAVID R. WEKSTEIN 364 Blue Hills Pkwy College Dave . . . terrific chess player . . . possesses an abundance of energy . . . prefers math over other subjects . . . enioys all sports and activities. Tennis 2, 35 A. A. Collec- tor 25 Chess Club 1, 2, Presi- dent 35 Aeronautics 15 Forum 2. RICHARD A. WELTS 30 McKinnon Ave. College Dick . . . one of our future iet jockeys . . . a dynamo at the piano . . . key man at the First National Stores . . . burns out an average of two "rods', a year . . . always clean cut and friendly with a colossal appe- hte. Band 1. SUZANNE H. WHITE 5 Norway Rd. College Suz . . . full of fun and fancy free . . . always ready with a witty remark . . . loaded with personality . . . one of our pep- piest cheerleaders. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Girls, League Dramatic Com- mittee 2, Chairman 3, Dra- matic Club 3, Speech Club 3, Girls' League Nominating Committee 1. DONALD H. WIENERS 185 Eliot St. Work Don . . . active participant in C.Y.O .... spark of any class . . . loves to make money . . . dislikes kids playing "wheel" . . . happy-go-lucky disposition. Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Photography Club 1, 2. IUDITH WILSON 395 Blue Hills Ave. College Judy . . . a girl who is loads of fun to be with . . . the envy of all with her long pony tail . . . owner of a really lush wardrobe . . . cute voice . . . calm appearance at all times. Latin.-American Club 2, Dramatic Club 2, Basketball 3, Softball 3. 55 ROGER H. WILCOX 598 Pleasant St. College Roge . . . guiet, but not shy . . . quite han y at a soda foun- tain . . . talented at singing and drawing . . . definitely not par- tial to people who on't take care of good cars . . . a really pleasant guy who will never have ulcers. Track 1, Photograph? Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic C ub 2, Aeronautics Club 1. DONNA M. WILLIAMS 24 Hillcrest Rd. Ir. 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They bring to our minds the many struggles, aims, and dreams which we experienced. First of all, remember how dominant and unapproachable thefseniors appeared to be during the first few days of our sophomore year. Actually, the boys didn't have much to worry about, but the girls were disheartened by thoughts of the Girls, League Initiation. However, this event served to break the ice, and everyone appreciated seeing the girls at their worst. Then after our trip to the Walter Baker Chocolate plant we sophomores gained a little edge on the juniors and seniors because of all the chocolate we sported around school the next day. The boys were somewhat bashful about their first high school dance, the Harvest Dance, but by December they had conquered their shyness enough to attend to the Girls, League Christmas dance. As our sophomore year progressed, we became more involved not only in the fun but also in the work associated with school life. Geometry problems and Caesarls memoirs of the Gaelic Wars mingled in our cramped little minds with plans for the coming week-end and the next big sports event. Our basketball team lived up to our great expectations and entered the Tech Tourney. The Milton liveliness and friendliness were so outstanding that maroon hats with white M's became familiar sights around the Boston Garden. Nevertheless, our carefree days as sophomores soon ended and our next year stood before us. juniors! How proud we were to be called by that name! We began our second year, not as "measly, mousey, moth-eatenv sophomores, but as happy members of the class of ,553 at ease in our now familiar surroundings. Having no active part in the initiation, we sat back and enjoyed the plights of the newcomers, all the while, keeping in mind ideas for future reference. Remember the famous bus strike? Nothing like a two-mile walk to cure those early morning blues. Poor, poor East Miltonites! The strike, however, didn,t dampen our enthusiasm when we returned to the Tech Tourney for the sixth consecutive year. How could We ever forget those balcony seats where we yelled our heads off and threw every- thing but our screeching sirens over the railing when the Whiz Kids nrolled up the scoref' After receiving our class rings, we realized for the first time that we were about to enter our final year. The junior girls appeared in full force at the biggest social event of the year, the Senior Prom. When the senior homerooms were emptied at the end of May, we pictured ourselves as already belonging there and chose our future seats. When we returned to Milton High for our senior year, we did not feel the dramatic change we had expected. NVQ hoped, however, that our class work would not interfere with our social interests. In the field of sports we did not have 57 a magnificent record, but as usual it was better than average. Even though we lost the three Braintree Thanksgiving Day football games, We can boast of our three wins over North Quincy, especially that game of our senior year when the extra point just saved usfrom a tie. We happily remember our basketball glories and our track victories with our individual senior star, the New England cross- country champion. To elaborate further on sports we could very well draw a cartoon picturing our hockey team swimming around in the melted ice. Thus, though we haven't named specihcally all the sports of M.H.S., we have tried to recall some memories. Remember how, during the election of class officers, the senior home rooms were covered with campaign posters? How many times did we wonder whether the big sign across the ceiling of 208 would fall and whether the dollar bill would stay on the wall? After the selection of class oiiicers, we chose committees to plan our many important senior functions. In addition to the Har- vest Dance, the Christmas Dance, and the Girls, League Dance, we attended a talent show, a series of movies, and a record hop at which we learned the bunny- hop. And who can forget the day the girls played basketball while the boys led the cheering? In january we saw the President's inauguration on television es- pecially installed in the school. We must also mention the two fads which were in vogue during our senior year - white bucks and knee socks. What a combi- nation! From the sports and gayer side of school life, let us now go on to the school work itself. Having been forewarned of the senior-year outlines, we conquered them with a maximum amount of ink and a minimum of effort. Some of Mr. Kel- leyis experiments may not have been successful, some of Mr. Brimstine's pet puz- zlers may have seemed impossible, and "Macbeth" may have given a real workout to our brains, but the most elusive problem of all was the hiding place of Mr. Smitlfs rotten-egg gas. But seriously, although we may not have learned all the facts in our three years, course, we did learn to appreciate the help given by our teachers and to understand the importance of our education. Then as old man winter began to leave us, boys and girls naturally became friendlier. Therefore, as we walked down the corridors, we saw many couples happily lining the walls. F inally, "Bertha, the Beautiful Typewriter Girln was produced as our senior play, and the prom was over. Graduation is now at hand. just think, fellow seniors, as we receive our diplomas, about the many, many happy times in the recent past. We are leaving most of our school friends. We shall not participate in school sports and activities, sit with our classmates any longer, nor have the friendliness and help of our teachers. Think how it will be, no longer to call ourselves part of Milton High. Indeed, the happiest days of our lives have been our high school years at M.H.S. 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"F1iend of the Family" e 9 H IGE GIEAM Best Wislmes To The Class of 1953 MILTON HIGH SCHOOL from 131 Eliot St. MILTON BLuehills 8-7850 A YEARBOOK UU I PRODUCTION ami jx- gianckan-bj ggnc. from . . . BOSTON, MASS. ' NORTH CONWAY, N. H. ili1BVililD STUDIO 1947 ' 1948 ' 1950 669 BOYLSTON STREET ' 1951 ' 1952 ' 1953 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 51 Adams St. Cl' 6-4700 Milton Village A5 0 'f' f-go 17 , n px mg ': 71155:-1' if-ff o i-rfi- 5 is R W .. -,, -N .-.t-,.. - Please Pafronize Our Friends - 64 ASSOCIATES F. A. KING 8. SONS "Plumbing and Heating" 20 Adams ST. Milton, Mass. "Congratulations to Class of 1953" A FRIEND MILTON VILLAGE BARBER SHOP Philip Zona, Owner 67 Adams ST. . . MilTon, Mass. f i'ff"i54g ARTHUR E. KING "Decorating - Painting - Wallpapers" 97 Adams ST. BI - 8-0781 OFGANT-CARLSON TIRE CO., Inc. "House of Quality" lSeiberling Tires, Vulcanizing, Recapping Electrical Appliances, Frigidaire, and 24-Hour Road Service Compliments of: THE BETSY LEE SHOPPES 513 Adams ST., E. Milton, Mass. and 'II Beale ST., WollasTon, Mass. iss-'es' Compliments of: J. F. KERRIGAN g .r 2 Reedsdale Rd. MilTon, Mass. Compliments of: MR. JOHN H. GRANSTROM 196 Warren ST. Roxbury, Mass. HUNNEMAN 8. COMPANY, Realtors 5 Arlington ST. BosTon I6, Mass. Rep-resented by John W. KunhardT Cu - 6-4430 HENRY JENKINS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 'L "Transporters of Merchandise .since 1896, serving New England" 32 Regis Rd. MaTTapan, Mass. 7 Y JOHN J. DELANEY, Inc. "Boston's Oldest Chevrolet Deale-rv 1MaTTapan Square, Mass. Please Patronize Our Friends - 65 p ASSOCIATES CENTRAL CLEANSERS "Certified Cleanslrlgv I2-I4 Central Ave. Milton, Mass. N Y L V GODFREY FUEL CO. "Let the Red Fleet Deliver Your Heat" Milton, Mass. Bl - 8-0500 enzyme .fNa THATCHER FARM "Dairy Productsv Thatcher St. Milton, Mass. Compliments of: BENT'S SERVICE STATION 598 Randolph Ave. Milton, Mass. 'SR' COMMUNITY MOTOR SALES, Inc. "Chrysler - Plymoiutlf, 424 Adams St. Milton, Mass. T MILTON HOME FURNISHERS "Quality Furniturev 360 Granite Avenue Milton, Mass. PARKER WEBB REALTOR 45 Milk St. Boston, Mass. 45942 MILTON AUTO SALES, Inc. "DeSoto - Plymouth" 95 Eliot St. Milton, Mass. Compliments of: HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT Mrs. P. M. Warren, Mgr. l5l8 No. Main St. Randolph, Mass. X FRANK FOWLER LEON MURCHISON, Inc. representing: 333 Washington St. Boston, Mass. "School and College jewelersv if i4iQ! m Compliments of: MR. and MRS. JOHN A. BERGGREN 27 Frothingham St. 5 Milton, Mass. - Please Patronize Our Friends - 66 ARTHUR'S CYCLE AND M fa' Compliments of: Compliments of: 51517-6' BARR'S DINER f '0" F. FRED BORTOLOTTI ix-9 i Compliments of: ANNE E. WHITE, Realtor ikbi JAMES F. HANNON Lawrence Pontiac Milton REQ-Sh0PS Graniteipcpgnce Co. J. Fandlsgg, Inc. Bough mtg: OWER SHOP ASSOCIATES "Bicycle Sales and Service, Lawnmowers and Hobby Suppliesi' 558 Adams St. Milton, Mass. x xfiiil' MILTON VILLAGE JENNEY SERVICE "Lubrication Specialistsi' 59 Adams St. Milton, Mass. MILTON CLEANSERS 551 Adams St. E. Milton, Mass. 'Try Our Special Steak Dinner, 90 cents 333 Granite Ave. E. Milton, Mass. Contractor-Plasterer "Remodeling and Repairingi' 205 Thatcher St. Milton, Mass. Bl - 8-4382 MILTON SPRING "Beverages and Pepsi Colav Charles C. Copeland Co., Inc. Bl - 8-9457 5 Norway Rd. Milton, Mass. Bl - 8-2941 T "General Contractoif' 24 Ferncrott Rd. Milton, Mass. si-fs-2573 PATRONS Preston's, Inc. T O 1 J. Fleisher, Inc. T O T J. J. Hammers, Inc. 1 0 .- Carl L. Catani, D.D.S. .1 O 1. Joseph C. Mahoney 67 Hezlitt's T O T Milton Hill Beauty Shop 1- O 1... The Diamond Match Co. ..... o 1 Parkway Pharmacy 1 O 1 Read 8. White s Myllmaki's Texaco Station 1 O 1 C. Baker's School of Dancing 1 0 1 Jackson Radio and Television 1 0 1 Duke Linoleum Co. Brockton 1 O 1 Milton Hill Pharmacy D. Byrnes, Mgr. .1 0 .1 Milton's Half-Hour Automatic Laundry 101 "The Corner Variety Store" W. N. Ross, Prop. 1 0 1 Robert Supply Co. "Hardware Supplies" Courtesy of Square Pharmacy 1 0 1 Mr. and Mrs. 1. 0 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lou 1 0 1. Mr. and Mrs 101 Dr. and Mrs. .- o Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs J. F. McDermott is P. Pappas . Parker Webb Philip S. Foisie . Edward Lake Austin Kelley 101 Milton Assembly, No. 38 Rainbow Girls 1 0 1. Dr. George H. Sullivan, Jr., D.M.D. 1 0 .1 Murray's Dept. Store Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Dowd 101 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Malloy 191 Dr. Albert F. Hickey IIA 101 Friend of '53" .101 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Croce 1.01. Mr. Desmond M. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Hermance 19... Compliments of Milton Unit of American Auxiliary Milton Post No. 114 1.91 The Terminal Barber Shop 101 E. C. Myers 1.91. H. P. Hood 8. Sons "Dairy Products" 101 Courtesy of Hope Karen Oil Co. o "A Friend of Milton High School" 101 "Homes by Crosby" Fasch 1 0 1 Studio "Milton's Photographer" 1.01. Milton Village Jenney Station 101 Carlson's Service Station 101 Woodward's Chevrolet BOOSTERS OF '53 John Sylvester Everett L. Walker A. E. Perola Mar T rrell Y Y and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence I. Jenkins James A. Stevenson john F. O'Halloran Frank Jepson Walter O'Brien Timothy Slyne F. B. Prestuccia H. William van Cestel V. F. Van Neste James F. Hannon C. Ronald Stevens Bernard J. Mulligan XValter I. Fandel Mr. and Mrs. John M. Morrissey Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Hannon Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kelty Paul B. Jackson, ,26 Mr. and Mrs. James Guarino Frank L. McNamara Mr. and Mrs. Danforth B. Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. McKinnon Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Coughlan Mrs. Ellenwood Folger Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. 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