Milton High School - Echo Yearbook (Milton, MA)

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N. X, fd G2-1 'Bi 4 Prologue Since the very first days of our lives, we have been, as it were, taken by the hand. XVe have traveled few roads aloneg we have held 21 guid- ing, llunfl as we have found our way. This Yearbook hopes to show how our success here and our hopes in the years to come have relied on, and will always rely on, our Willing- ness to take oneis llllllll, and our desire to lend a lulnd. Prologue Faculty Activities Sports Seniors Patrons Epilogue Contents ' The Llnquity Echo MILTON HIGH ScHoo MILTGN, MASSACHUSETTS fzinawai 'e Wleamge 7751 Z ?-muon Kane One of the gieatest individual loys of man IS peacc of mind lt enables lllIH to l1ve a plofitable and happv life and to contiibute values to socletv that make this vvolld a bettei placc in which to livc Education is peihaps the gieatest contiibution to the giowth of pcacc of mind 'lhe thull of success made possible bv studv cieates pcace of mind Thc abllity to undclstand the loy of discovciy thc giowth of toleiancc bv wide dS90CldtlOH a ical sense of Llldllty thcse and manv 0tl16IS which ale the outgiowth of a good education dispel hom om minds ill thoughts ol dcfe-at and dcspau lhe incieasing complexity of L1Vll1Ldt1OH, xx 1th its evci incieasmg piob tion has not clcatecl thc se pioblc ms but vou xull bc callcd upon to solxe them lt 18 oui s1ncc1e hope that vou will ittain this pcace of mind that vou will contiibute voui talcnts to thc solution ol the pioblcms of thc flltlllti Youis is not an easy task You now cntci an adult liic that will demand voui bcst if vou aic to succecd Conflicting iclcologies coiiuption selfishness, lafxncss, giccd, .uc but 1 icw of thc contilbutlng causcs of lI1dfl0I'ldl tlnnlsing and thc loss of pc acc of mind As vou lcavc thc plotc ctixc atmosphcic of thc classioom and thc svmpl thctlc cffoits of youi faculty bc not discouiaged bv the challcnges of voul a'lultl1fe 4 Q I W . . .... Q . -I . . 1 V N ' 1 1' 1 , , 1 1 . 1 1' v ,Q , 1 J, , ' A , ' ' V? .S , , Y! ' ' 'l. , , . 7 J . I .. ,AE 1 1 K-I , 1 . 7 , -g, R. , 4 1' 7 3. I, 1 4 I 4 I , . . ' , ,, ' , ' '. . ' L. E s ' A c lems which seem to defy solution, militates against peace of mind. Your genera- : ' 'A' 1 ' z ' ' '. ai ' ' , ' J . ,. "i ,., L. ,, ,I ',' ' 4, 'K., , .. ' , .,". .. . 'A' xxx' ' il 4 'A 2 .M I " I uf K' gk' . 1 u ' 4 ' rl Ah, friends, dear friends, as years go on and heads get gray, how fast the guests do go! Touch hands, touch hands, with those that stay. Strong hands to weak, old hands to young . . . Touch Hands! -W. H. MURRAY T uLTy BUSINESS MISS IOSEPHINE C. DESNIOND MISS ELIZABETH M. JOHNSTON MISS LOTTIE A. ELZRUT MRS. ANNA M. SRIITII MR. IOHN A. CARNIE MR. EDWARD XV. CANNON ENGLISH MISS RUTH DYAS MISS HELEN HEISSEIIER MISS BARBARA ALBRET MRS. LYNN IACHNEY MISS SHIRLEY CAVI-1 MR. FRANCIS TRACY MISS PATRICIA NELSON MR. XVILLIABI FIDLEII MRS. IYIIRIAB1 CIOLDINIAN MR. JOHN BAKER FOREIGN LANGUAGE MISS SARA LEWIN MRS. GENEVIEVE IDONALDSON MISS DORIS CHADXVICK MISS BENNETTE SHULTZ MR. ALAN ENGRORG DR. JOHN SANTOSUOSSO MR. HOWARD CHOXVELI. GUIDANCE MRS. CA'I'HI:IRINE T. HAYER MISS CIERTRUDE M. IVIILLER MR. ROBERT H. ARCHIBALD MR. GEOIXCGE F. RABIACORTI f ,I .,, . . ,fy rg! INDUSTRIAL ARTS MRS. ELIZABETH ROLAND MISS NELLIE DAXVES MRS. IDOROTHY CALLAHAN MR. PAUL SHUTE MR. FREDERICK HOHN MR. RICHARD BAILEY MATHEMATICS MR. TIIONIAS BRENNAN MISS ROSE DEPOYAN MR. STANLEY SNELL MR. XVALTER GLEASON MR. NORNIAN TARDIEE PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. XVARREN LAPXVORTH NTISS PHYLLIS BERBIINGHABI MR. ROBERT RAYBIOND MH. RICHARD RYAN SCIENCE MR, -IOHN R. PEDERSEN MR. PIOXYARD A. SBIITII MISS ETIIEL B. VVILEY MR. LEONARD S, I'IAIX'IILTOX MR. VVILLIAIXI A. CREIGHTON MR. GERALD T. CI.-XBIPBELL, IR. Q: SOCIAL STUDIES MR. VVILLIAIXI NIULLIN MR. DIORIXIAN NEv1Ns Miss THELMA FOSTER MR. RAYBIOND GADAIRE XIII. ROBERT KENT MR. Plump COPP MR. ROBERT IENNINGS SPECIAL SUBIECTS IXIII. IULIAN ALEXANDER CATID Miss NANA BENSON fSpeciaI Students? MR, VVILLIAM IXTULLIN CAssistz111t Principulj MRs. ESTTIER PILE CLIDI'kl1'IkU1D MR. FRANCIS TATHO Oiusicj SCHOOL NURSE MRS, NIILDRED DAv1s SAFETY EDUCATION MR. CHARLES DUNBAR SECRETARIES Miss LYDTE LIVEZEY MRS. EYELYN MCCUsKER AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS Miss JANE C. XVAGONEIK DEVELOPMENTAL CLASSES MRS. JUNE BUCHANAN DEVELOPMENTAL READING MR. IOHN F. SHEA If time be heavy your hands. Q - TENNYSON Y ACTIVITIES N i NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front row: M. Dacko, ational Honor Society and Honor Students The honor of being the Hrst organization to be pictured and described goes to the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. The members of this group rate first place among all the groups in the school. Mem- bership in this elite organization is restricted to stu- dents who reflect honor on Milton High School and themselves through their devotion to duty and their willingness to give of themselves beyond the call of duty. It is the one organization that every student should aspire to join. Our heartiest congratulations to Phyllis Van Neste, Diana VVillis, Elinor Cannata, Geraldine Arrigo, Kenneth Sidman, Anne Swett, Marianne Dacko, Barbara Mantica, and Marcia Cohen. The Honor Roll is made up of students of the Senior Class who have maintained a record with a quality of excellence during their high school years. To qualify for the honor roll, one must obtain honor grades for the yearly average in the sophomore, junior and senior years. Most of these students will go on to college or work where they will reflect hon- or on Milton High School and the teachers through their knowledge, work and ability. SENIOR HONOR ROLL Front row: S. Dempsey, M. Ostroff, E. Costigan, A. Swett, P. Van Neste, G. Cole, M. Schnaper. Sec- ond row: E. Cannata, A. Simon, S. Lord, H. Shep- pard, S. Feldman, K. Bur- bank, D. Euerle. Third row: D. XVillis, L. Doherty, H. Davidson, K. Sidman, Colder. Swett, K. Sidman, E. Cin nata, B. Mantica. Second row: C. Arrigo, D. VVilhs P. Van Neste, D. Eucrle NURSES AIDES Front row: R. Shuffain, S. Messina, H. Goldman, D. Leon, S. Lord, G. VValler. Second row: D. Roman, D. Kcddy, Rl. Carver, L. Fahey, I. Vallicr, S. Trchub, H. -Iollev. Nurse's Aides The Nurseis Aide program is a part of the Girls League and is conducted by volunteers. These girls give up one afternoon a Week to help the nurses at Milton Hospital. They do such things as change the water, bring gifts to the patients, and serve dinner. Their most rewarding chore is adding a bit of sun- ny cheer to their patients. This program is one of the most important functions of the Girls League and of Milton High. Girls League More than fifty-five years ago the Girls League was founded. Its purpose was to further interest in civic affairs and in school. There are not only many affairs to further these interests, but also many af- fairs to earn money for the scholarship fund. The scholarship fund has grown because of the girls' selling BI.H.S. pencils and pins and because of the Girls League Dances. The Girls League also performs many civic duties. Among them is the Nurseis Aide program. GIRLS LEAGUE nl. Sooper, J. Schcffler, Cummings, D. Leon, Mantica, S. Dempsey. Second row: M. Cohen, Burbank, M. Schnaper, First row: K. Rosenblooln D B K S rt Lord, P. Curley, J. Alpe E. Brabazon, E. Nathan ECHO Front row: P. Van Neste M. Needel, 1. Kantaros, A Swett, D. YVillis, G, Arrigo B. Mantica, N. Kornetsky Second row: L. Balconi, E MacDonald, S. Hackley, L McGowan, P. Fall, J. Lan- slcv, C. VVillis, Plummer, Mi M eCowan. Third row F. Sidoti, A. Pappas, K Geller, S. Cappers, K O,Donnell, C. Goldschmidt, N. Colder. Publications: Literary Many hours after school and many hours during vacations were spent by the editors and committees of both the YEARBOOK and the ECHO. The gradu- ates of the Class of 1963, their personalities and their accomplishments, are represented in the pages of the YEARBOOK. The literary talent of the en- tire sehool was utilized to publish two more prize- winning issues of the ECHO. Miss Nelson and Mr. F idler are most grateful to all who contributed in any way to the ECHO and the YEARBOOK. And a special tip of the hat to Mr. Paul Blanchard, a good friend as well as our printer. YEARBOOK LITERARY Front row: A. VVerner, M Murdock, P. Smith, P. Mey- ers fEditorJ, K. Kelly, Al- pert, M. Lane, R. Jolley Second row: S. Messina, E Cannata, D. Euerle, D. Ked- dy, K. Burbank, Kenswil, M. Carty, M. Daeko, E Costigan. Third row: D Cummings, F. Ribeck, S Feldman, H. Sheppard, H Davidson, C. Rosenerantz S. Novack, M. Schnaper. 12 YEARBOOK COLLECTORS Front row: Smith, C. Farrington, B. Geller, M. Co'1d C Abdel-ih'1d R. . y, . e. . , Roache, J. Murdock, M Brrzmfield. Second row: M. Peyerly, C. Rovner, M. Man- ning, K. Norcott, D. Carl- son, R. Reinstein, E. Lievi, K. Dattman, E. Brabazon A. VVerner. Third row: R. McCusker, VV. Finn, L. Lewin, R. Suffers, M. XVif- holm, R. Gurney, K. Geller, K. Doherty, S. Cappers. Publications: Business The ECHO Business Staff and Collectors Were re- sponsible for the financial support of the 1963 issues of the ECHO and the YEARBOOK. Their fund- raising program consisted of selling subscriptions and seeking advertisers and boosters for the YEAR- BOOK as well selling tickets for the Senior Play, Whose profits were applied to these publications. The task of financing the ECHO and the YEAR- BOOK would not have been possible but for the Business Staff and Collectors under the guidance of Miss Wiley, Miss Elzbut, and very capable Business Manager Marilyn Coady. 13 YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF Front row: Smith. E. DiMascio, R. Enhohn, M. Coady, A. Colctti, P. Fra- ioli, E. Brandrup, 1. Larson. Second row: G. Greeley, I. Archilles, K. Doherty, D. Krurnin, J. Lennon, C. Far- rington, J. Leonard. Third row: P. Dugan, M. Tobin, B. Bush, YV. Harte, V. Mc- Kay, M. Nicholson. LIBRARY CLUB Front row: S. Dempsey, K Hosenbloom, C. Wfalker, L gan, D. Roman, D. Leon M. Tobin, P. Fraioli, C Cole, J. Smith. Third row K. Kelly, R. Mills, S. Lord l. Vallier, V. Mcliav, D Balconi, J. YVilson, S. Mes- sina. Second row: E. Costi- Library Club The Library Club, under the able direction of Mrs. Pile, proves the statement that books can be enjoyable as well as interesting and informative. That books can also be financially profitable was evident during the annual book fair, Which Was the most important event sponsored by the club during the year. Besides monthly meetings where guest speakers are often featured, the club features various teas and parties during the year, noteworthy among which are the tea for the faculty and the Christmas party with the French Club. Noonan. Libra ry Assistants Even someone with the zeal and willingness of Mrs. Pile could not possibly conduct all library busi- ness personally, thus the dedicated group known as Library Assistants exists. The young men and wom- en of this group are responsible for many of the me- chanical details that must be taken care of every school day, and without fanfare or applause. VVith- out the Library Assistants there would be no Mil- ton Higli School Library. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Front row: M. MacXVil- liam, R. Stover, N. Kornct- sky, C. Ross, D. Slip, N. Eiscnstaclt, M. Nr-edel. Scc- ond row: l. Lanskv, H. VVeinrebc, H. Davidson, B. Bush, I. Schwalbc, C. Colc. STUDENT COUNCIL Front row: R. Blalic, M. Tromblcv, B. Bello, A. Courtney, Callahan. Sce- ond row: E. Kaiserman. P. Botbol, K. Odieefe, R. Allen, L. Kullcn. Student Council and Home Room Delegates The Student Council and Homeroom Delegates of Milton High School, elected by the classes and homerooms, have once again been engaged in many activities the purpose of which is to benefit the school. For example, candy sales and rummage sales. with Miss Foster as the zealous sales mana- ger, have raised sizable amounts of money for school This year Fmds the student body groups celebrat- ing their twenty-fifth anniversary. We are proud to be the silver anniversary representative of the stu- dents of Milton High School. HOMEROOM DELEGATES Front row: K. Lynch, il. McDonald, C. Rosenbloom, M. Lane, B. Mantica. Scc- ond roxv: Lennon, M. Payne, C. Wtlfll, C. Farring- ton, K. Burbank, E. Goldie D. Cummings, P. Dugan, L Bossi, C. Cerzone, M. De- laney. Third row: Kanta- ros, I. Sooper, C. Ncwcomh L. Fraser, E. DiMascio, J Cox, M. Cerace, R. Hodg- don, R. Sidman, P. Kerris- sey, S. Germaine, R. Riley E. Stengcl, C. Ross, J. VVil- son, J. Smith, D. Roman, L Stein. Fourth row: J. Mc- Donough, F, Trozzi, R. Cadi gan, R. Mclieon, R. Byron I. Grccnman, B. Doherty, R Enholm, K. O,Donnell, R Maclntyrc, I. Aghaianian B. Burgess, L. Doherty, B Polonsky, H. London, E Anton, J. Martinelli, P Hessclschxyc1'dt. s 1 Dramatic Club Activity in the Dramatic Club begins in Septem- ber and ends in june. The Senior Play, the Christ- mas Presentation, the performance given for the benefit of the Milton Players, and the annual par- ticipation in the Drama Festival all deserved the accolades bestowed by spectators and critics. Shake- spearo said 'KHe is well paid that is well satisfiedn and the Dramatic Club can look back on a yearls hard work, and fun, with a great deal of satisfac- tion. They should feel amply rewarded. VVe thank them for the hours of pleasure they have given to DRAMATIC CLUB Front row: K. Geller, E. Fletcher, Kenswil, H. Davidson, M. Cohen, R. Bradshaw, E. McDonald, B. Bush, G. Cole, D. Albert Second row: E. Shadoff, C. Piovncr, S. Sathan, L. Fraser, F. Allen, E. Tollins, M. Coadv, J. Alpert, R. Kerner, D. Bean, S. Cer- maine, J. Sooper, D. Roman, E. Nathan, V. Berman. Third row: E. Kramer, E. Braba- zon, F. Bowlev, N. Solomon, B. Bello, M. DiMascio, S. Lord, H. Gurney, M. Tobin, D. Cummings, A. Pappas. R. Shilhnan, M. Portnev, R. Keenan. National Thespians Since the granting of its charter in June 1961, the school and to the community. NATIONAL THESPIAN TROUPE 2209 Front row: H. Davidson, J Kenswil, M. Cohen, B Bradshaw, E. McDonald, Second row: K. Geller, E Fletcher, B. Bush. National Thespian Troupe No. 2209 has provided leadership within the Dramatic Club and has initi- ated several worthwhile projects for the continuing program in dramatics. Membership in this honor group in dramatics is earned through quality service in one or more phases of dramatic production. The following were inducted during their junior year: Richard Bradshaw, Marcia Cohen, Howard Davidson, and lacqueline Kenswil. New membe1's as of February 1963 are: Benjamin Bush, Elburt Fletcher, Keevin Geller, Elaine Mc-Donald, Martha McGowan ,64, and Ieralyn Needel '64. Miss Shirley Cave is the faculty sponsor. Ifront roxy: i'. ilessn-lscliweiwlt. IC. Flanagan. D, Aim-ta. W. Dunphy. lb. Alanganelli, ii. Iilwulshaw, S. l'i1-rr-4-. H. Ifloxyi-s, Ii. I'a1Ler. J. Wilson, li. Barnard. Sm-owl row: D, Harris. C. Thirst rox: H. Donalied, S, Uppenheini. Ii. Ifasch. R. Talro. l,v:ir'h. S. Xoyack. M. DeAng'elis. H, XX'ynian, Mr. U'lDouneIl. De-Grazia. V. Hoxie, N. fluiwloii, H. I,on-lon, .l. l'et4-rsen, R. l'. Frisian- K. Gustafson. li. U'lJonnn-Il. li. l'oupor. R. I.uwnPy. R. Howes. Band This yearls band, under the direction of Mr. O,Donnell, has been a very important school organi- zation. In addition to its annual concert, the band also played at pep rallies, assemblies, football games, and, of course, graduation. This group of trained musicians has won the respect and admiration of the entire student body. Music is on the march at Milton! Cheerleaders and Majorettes Long hours of practice and barrels of enthusiasm have made our cheerleaders and maforettes the most popular groups of girls in school. just as important to the teams as a completed forward pass or a spec- tacular hook shot, the spirit of these young ladies contributed much to the success of our teams. CHEERLEADERS Front row: S. Clauson, A. Courtney, J. lylarad. Second row: J. Gallivan D. Lynn, L. Kullcn, C. Cercone, YV. Stafford, P. Doyle, l i MAJOBLETTES Front row: N. Schwartz, J. Utley, S. Mower, V. Nelson, J. Smith. Second row: L. Ritchie, M. Nicholson, L. Raymond, D. Mello, M. Coady, C. Rassmussen, J. Lennon. FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY First row: D. Pitnof. B Mantica. Second row: M Mc-Cowan, D. XVillis, M Daclio. FRENCH CLUB Front row: E. Shadoff, M Murdock, P. Smith, M. Carty, B. Mantica, S. Firth, J. Callivan, E. Kramer, C. Rovner. Second row: M. Lane, N. Colder, S. Novaclc M. DiMaseio, K. Sidrnan M. SL-hnaper, K. Burbank V. johnson, R. jollev. LATIN CLUB Front row: D. Spinnev, M. Peverly, D. Pitnof, N. Eisen- Stadt, QI. Mirkin, V. Nelson, S. Silver, J. Falcone. Second row: B. Geller, L. Perlmnt- ter, AI. Pollini, P. Van Neste, J. Lanskv, C. Rosenkranz, S. Feldman, D. Keddv, A. Swett, A. Donovan, J. Mex'- ers, M. Dacko. Third row: E. Euse, J. Dugan, N. Kornetsky, D, Euerle, C. Ahdelahad, L. Bossi, N. Solomon, R. Reinste-in, C. Suzedell, S. Reardon, M. Bromfield, K. Flaherty, W. Stafford, C. Nc-wcolnb. Fourth row: A. Solomon, P. Murdza, B. de St. Croix, D. Lordan, A. Brave-rman, H. VVeinrehe, VV, Piggot, R. Stoddard, K. Dohertv, R. Levine, D. Botbol, S. Bloom. MATH CLUB Front row: G. Willis, H. Howes, G. Cole, B. Shill- man, B. Elliott, C. Cold- schmidt, B. Dean, D. NVillis, M. DiMasc-io, -I. Coaker. Second row: S. Cappers, M. Bloom, T. Roulston, K. Sid- man, K. Oilieefe, A. Cush- ing, j. Murray, R. Sidman, N. Colder, E. Murphv. Third row: H. Suffers, B. Bloom, P. Cappers, J. Shain. R. Hirsch, G. Binder. M. Harrison, D. Berrv. Q , BLOODMOBILE ASSISTANTS Front row: S. Devore, S. Mum- mey, R. Reynolds, D. Enerle, C. Burnett, K. Spoon, M. Covle I. Utlev. Second row: S. Fostex, R. Elliott, S. Beck, A. Dono- van, P. Regan, D. Dolan, V. johnson, R. Jollev. FACULTY SECRETARIES Front row: S. Dempsey, M. Os- troff, S. Messina, P. Fraioli, E. Costigan, K. Kelly. Second row: B. Leavitt, L. Euse, D. Noonan, K. Anderson, C. Dasey. GUIDANCE OFFICE ASSISTANTS Front row: B. Mantica, E. Crunclevik, V. Nelson, E. jones, J. Gallivan, D. McCagl1, R. Jolley. Second row: P. Lieber- man, P. Curlev, C. XValker, L. -lolmson, C. Greeley, M. Mc- Cowan. OFFICE ASSISTANTS Front row: J. Sooper, L. Rosen, P.Maffeo, K. Kelly, E. Costi- gan, M. Ostroff, S. Messina. Second row: D. Randall, K. Dattman, R. Talcof, C. Far- rington, A. Courtnev, N. Bla- lionev, P. O,Connell. Tliird row: E. McDonald, F. Bowley, K. Grant, M. Schnaper, .I. Lennon, llackley, M. Mc- Cowan. ART CLUB Front row: P. Cook, E. Bra- bazon, N. Clickman, P Doyle, -I. Utley, A. Kaufl man, E. Allison, V. Berman. Second row: M. Thurman, C. Robbins, C. Rasmussen, M. Tobin, H. Wifliolm, B. Flanagan, I. Alpert, B. Stern, R. Farrington, A. Pearlstein. Third row: C. Raditch, M. Sherman, F. Riheck, P. Fall, L. Lewin, L. Litwaek, R. Morris, N. Berger. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Front row: B. Bloom, K. Loughran, K. Lynch, V. Nelson, M. McDowell. Sec- ond row: B. Nugent, S. Lever, M. McCarthy, B. Payne, S. Devore, L. Bossi, J. Quinn, E. Correnti, A. MacVVilliam, A. Schultz, C. Murphy, -I. Hayward, Third row: I. Falcone, M. Kauf- man, E. Fallon, C. VVard, B. Hagerty, M. Lally, F. Hea- ney K. Grant, M. Harring- ton, N. Leary, P. McDowell, M. O,Ncill, J. Rosenhloom, N. Mahoney, C. Ennis, L. DiBiase, Fourth row: L. Plotney, S. Reardon, B. Mills, D. Dolan, A. Simpson, M. Dobson, M. Tobin, S. Rae, J. Baranowski, V. Mc- Kay, H. Howes, R. Stover, N. Gardner, M. Roche, VV. Stafford, C. Norton. GLEE CLUB SENIORS Front row: C. Rovner, D. Bean, R. Elliott, M. Coady, J. Kenswil, M. Lane. Sec- ond row: K. Norcott, E. Madigan, R. Bradshaw, R. Howes, F, Bowley, M. Mur- dock. LANGUAGE LAB. TECHNICIANS Front row: R. Howes, B. Bradshaw. Second row: R. Smith. SCREEN GUILD Front row: S. Cc-rlnninr-, YV. Gullcrv, R. Howes, Miss XVugoner, A. XVc1'ner, R. B1'ilClSl1ilVV, A. Cushing, S. Roh-nlncrg. Second row: J. Hill, S. Novack, A. Pcrricllo, B. Bloom, K. Siclman, R. Shillmun, N. Bake-r. Third row: S. Bernstein, K. XVei- ncr, B. Bush, K. Allcn, L. Lewin, R. Cll2ll'il1fJ, R. Smith. YOUNG PEOPLE'S VOLUNTEER PROGRAM FOR MARCH OF DIMES Front row: B. Bush, K. Bur- bank, H. Davidson, Mrs. Williams, K. Siclmun, Miss Dvsmoncl. At Milton High School Something For Everyone 1. Before 5. Strong stomachs 9. So vital 13. Taxes 2. During 6. Strong ropes IU. Bones 1-1. 'I'x'puwritc1's S. After 7. So busv 11. Books 15. Turclfff 4. Strong bucks 8. So smooth 12. Bah! 22 No man can feel himself alone The while he bravely stands Between the best friends ever known - His two good honest hands. - N. WATERMAIN T GIRLS TENNIS Front row: M. Manning, M. Doherty, D. Keddy, C. Petry, E. Brahazon, N. Solo- mon, C. Ahdelahad, M. Mc- Carthy. Second row: R. Jolley, C. Introne, Kan- taros, N. Mahoney, S. Par- rott, I. Cox, A. Solomon, I. Bottari, E. Allison. Third row: S. Hacklev, S. Bates, K. Grant, C. VVallcer, P. Klehrn, P. Coughlin, M. Hagerty. GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY Front row: Falcone, J. Dugan, B. Betts, L. Shim- mon, G. Cole, P. Curry. Sec- ond row: Quinn, L. Bossi, F. Heaney, M. Lally, M. Coyle, D. Botbol. GIRLS BASKETBALL Front row: A. Swett, S. Dempsey, D. Euerle, G. Cole, B. Shuffain, S. Rich- ards, B. Mantica, P. Doyle D. Leon. Second row: G. VValler, K. Kelly, M. Shind- ler, M. Carver, D. VVillis, R. Elliott, M. Coadv, I. Schef- It-r, S. Messina. Third row: D. Mello, A. Courtney, B. Bello, P. Curley, S. Lord M. Tobin, B. Flanagan, N. Solomon, E. Brahazon, K Dattman. 1 v BASEBALL Front row: K. Geromini, I. O,Neill, M. Ccrace, R. Ma- honey, R. Cardigan, J. Mooney, R. Enholm, J, Martinelli. Sec- ond row: Mr. Mullin, L. Gra- ham, A. Rogers, B. Buck, J. Blake, R. Blake, R. Levenson, R. Sidman, P. Hogan, Mr. Gadaire. GOLF Front row. R McDonou li ' - g . J. O,Reilly, C. Coughlan, R. Cadi- gan, J. O,Neill. Second row: E. Murphy, I. Coaker, E. Hol- lidge, I. LeCroix, L. Doherty E. O,Neill, R. Allen, R. Tatro, M. Williams. OUTDOOR TRACK Front row: P. Smith, D. VVhitc, D. Sheptyck. Second row: S. Scolnick, I. Goff, T. Roulston D. Freshman, P. Schmidt, VVl Nugent, D. Cox, B. Tuohy. Third row: S. Needle, I. Sidoti, D. King, F.. Anton, Murray QI. Eiseman, A. Semer, V. Aieta, P. Mitchell. TENNIS Front TOXVI K. O,Donnell, D Campbell, G. Lemelman, K Pottle, M. Harrison, R. Gamer iont 1 xx .l. Mulligan, C. Coughlan, A. Litwack. A. Rogers. J. 'I'm'tort-lla, L. Graham. lt. Blake. H. Alt-llu:.:li. 1 Nlurphx ill :in J, Mooney. Second row: Mr. Brennan. K, Nortlion. H. Ward. F. Sirloti, l'. Mita-hell. A. Kelly. X. llickm ansen. .IA t'm,lc. H. Maclntyrfe. Al. Green. Mr. I.apwurth. Mr. Tarmlift' Third row: ll. Sheptyck. M. ticrace. .J N111 oiosa. .I. Goff, T. Grogan, D, lirogan. A. Hall. l'. Smith. P, Vallalian. J. Marlinvlli. J. Blake. E. hll'f'2ll'IllX Pour 1 um XX Finn, R. Sweeney, F, Oliva, l-3, Buck. P. Kerrissey. B, Ryan XV. Klaus. l'. Bonus. IJ. Doyle. l'. Flune. H Tum ei onnell. Fifth row: S. Hahn. l'. l.ievi, H. Mercslitli. P, XVest. ll. London. J. Barry. XY. Piggott. lt. l,et'lai1 D lx ne-nbtr ei J. llanltey. Sixth row: IC. Lato. B. Levine. D, Turnbull, IW. 'I'r0zzi, F. Hagerty, M. Del'arli. IJ. Uh Football For the second year in a row the football page in the Yearbook makes good reading. The 1962 edition of the YVhiz Kids trampled the rest of the Bay State League and regrets only that it couldnit have replayed the 28-12 Natick loss. Al- though some names crop up more than others in discussing individual games, it would not be fair to point out any individual as the star of the team. The star was desireg what they wanted to do, they did. YVhen they had to come from be- hind - the true sign of a champion - they did it. YVhen they had to protect a slim lead in the shadow of their own goalposts, they did it. Practicing after dark, in mud, in bitter cold and doing it willingly made Coach Brennan mighty proud of his ball club. So, to the coaches, the managers, the cheerleaders, the faithful fans, and especially to the sixty-six young men pictured above, Milton High School extends a sincere "XVell donelv 26 We Got Wet But We Won! HOCKEY First row: R. Mahoney Robert Cadigan, I. Callahan in, R. Carnie, E. O7Neill I. Ferreira. Second roxv: Mr Pedersen, J, Marshall, E lin, J. Blake, D. VVhite, F Crowley, R. Byron, R B MacLeod, Richard Cadi- Cilhert, I. VValker, R. Roch- Leven son, J. Leary, Keith. Hockey Our hockey squad highlighted an interesting sea- son with a 4-3 upset Win over powerful Natick. Early morning and late evening practice sessions vvere accepted as routine and Coaches Pedersen and Carnie agree that not a finer squad of boys could have represented M.H.S. Wrestling Although Wrestling has been an organized sport at Milton for a very short time, it has, through su- perb coaching and sheer Work, become one of the most popular. Fans poured into the gym in unex- pected numbers to watch Coach Tarditf's matmen compile a 10 and 3 Won-lost record. They have earned all the accolades bestowed upon them. WRESTLING Front row: D. Doyle, P. Benos, E. Rogers, R. Le- Clair, P. Hogan, J. Leonard, R. Maclntyre, K, Chute, D. King. Second row: F. Troz- zi, J. Gallagher, R. McNeill, I. Sidoti, D. Cox, N. Can- non, NV. Cook, R. Levine, J. Goff. Third row: N. Baker D. Aicta, B. Glazer, A. Keith, I, LaCroix, B. Le- 1 vine, D. Williams, F. Salvoni. BASKETBALL Front row: R. NVard, B. Buck, Al. Martinelli, K. Pot- tle, Al. Labdon, J. O,Ncill, R. Hall. Second row: Mr. Gadairc, A. Fink, E. McCar- thv, K. Geromini, A. Abrams, R. Sidman. Third row: P. Gundersen, C. Jep- son, I. Skinner, R. Enholm. Basketball Replacing its lack of height with desire and drive, our varsity basketeers completed its season with an 8 and 9 won and lost record. The Jayvees, often overlooked, gave the fans and their school much to cheer about. VVith the return of several lettermen and the experience gained by a hustling LV. club, the prospects are bright for the next season. Indoor Track Our indoor track and field men came along very fast after a slow start this year, and wound up the season with an even won and lost record. Coach Adams and his staff have brought the squad into the position of possible title contenders next season. INDOOR TRACK Front row: P. Schmidt, R. Riley, R. Morris, D. Carota, E. Anton, I. Noris, M. Ganek, A. Braverman, M. Sherman, M. Bloom. Second row: F. Sidoti, P. Murray, I. Crccnrnan, B. O'Toole, M. Lcvitt, C. Hoxic, N. Gordon, D. Lordan, M. Di- Angelo, V. Aieta, M. Di- Mascio, XV, Nugent, R. Keenan, M. Portnev. Third row: S. Nccdle, D. Camp- bell, K. Lcach, L. Hanson, K. O,Donnell, K. Conklin, R. Moore, S. Scolnick, A. Perriollo, L. Doherty, D. Brogna, M. Gcrace. Although it is difficult to account in writing for Our hooters iinshed second in the Bay State SOCCER CROSS COUNTRY Front row: P. Schmidt, R chan, S. Needle, P. Murray Cross Country a season that produced but one victory in nine meets, it is nevertheless with pride that We salute our Cross Country representatives in the Bay State League. For it was lack of numbers rather than lack of spirit or desire that prevented a more creditable record. With a larger turnout next year our harriers will be right back at the top of the standings. Soccer Riley, T. Roulston, S. Astra- League in the 1962 season with a 5-4-L record. De- fensively the team Was the giant of the league and occasionally ran Wild on offense. Their six-goal bar- rage against Quincy Was an example of this. Coach Pedersen hopes for an even better record next season as many of his sophomores and juniors return to action. lfront row: R. Gamer, I. Eiseman, G. O'Neill, WV. Nugent, I. Ferreira, K. Sid- man, E. Fletcher, S. Feld- man, R. Enholm. Second row: Mr. Pedersen, P. Ho- gan, I. Grccnman, P. Cox, I. O,Neill, E. O,Neill, R. Sidman, R. McNeill, R. NIcCusker, H. Tenofskv. Third row: A. Braverman, P. Dolan, R. Levenson, P. Doyle, H. VVifholm, S. Innes, K. Chute, R. Dowdall, J. Newell. W V 31 de ?7fzea6denZ'a Wleaaczge And suddenly it is over. The years of labor and concentration have been compen- sated for. We are about to receive our diplomag our goal has been reached. But cheers and scholarships are matched by the duties and responsibilities that We must assume. What's next? We place our trust in the Guiding Hand of Providence and are certain that He will direct our every action in fulfilling our role in His plan. Analagously, our class has the properties of a human hand. The palm represents the shelter that home and school have pro- vided for us. The back of the hand represents the future that is as yet hidden from us. The fingers represent the many possible roads that We may travel as We leave Milton High School: the roads towards college or business school, the road to immediate employment, the road to the armed forces, the road perhaps for some to the clergy. We shall all follow the path pointed out to us by His Hand. In the name of the Class of 1963, l Wish to thank the faculty and my fellow students of Milton High School for their constant and Willing response whenever We needed a helping hand. Qefffzecf fafmem President Class of 1963 at ' ,L V . 0 I I ' xif I ' Day MII' COINS .Whefi bagqm, now latent in our thougtits . . . shall st nd upo lfthis earth as one stan s upon a A if r . . 1 1 1 ll 1 ,1 10 I .I -AJA - ,,:.l .,L- -Lum TT F1 TX7,11,. Class Officers JEFFREY RUBMAN 4 Annapolis Road PRESIDENT Capable Ieff is an excellent student and a friend to all, a recipient of a letter of commendation from the National Merit Exam. Hopes to be a doctor, and We all Wish him Well. Yearbook Bz1.s'ir1eS.s' Staff 2, Chemistry Club 2, Math Club, President 2, Vice-President 3, Honor Roll eight times. EDWARD MADIGAN 38 Landon Road VICE-PRESIDENT A sport himself, Ed shows an interest in all Sports, especially baseball. After graduation, Ed plans to go into either accounting or law. Clee Club 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, ANN COURTNEY 106 Capen Street SECRETARY Vivacious and fun-loving, Ann is our peppy head cheerleader. Her outside interests include Water skiing, bowling, and skating. After graduation she plans to attend nursing school and we all know she will be successful. Ann will surely be missed at M.H.S. Student Council 1, Secretary 3, Homeroom Dele- gate 2, Girls League Hospitality Committee 1, Glee Club 2, Baclminton 1, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 8, Cheerleader 1, 2, Captain 3. ROBERT MacINTYRE 30 Artwill Street TREASURER Dependable and zealous, Bob is active on the Youth Club Council and is Vice President of his C.Y.O. group. Active now in school organizations, Bob plans to go on to college. Student Council 1, Homeroom. Delegate 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. MHS ALAN JAY ABRAIWS G7 Dexter Strcet Alan, interested in hockey, jazz, and bowling, plans for a career in law. Basketball Manager 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Tennis 2, 3. PAUL F. AJENIIAN 22 Badger Circle Paul has been a faithful manager of our football teain for the past two years. Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Clmir 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, Slci Club 3, Tennis 1, lVre.stling 2, 3. DIANE ALBERT 255'Blue Hill Avenue Diane, recipient of Gregg Shorthand Award, hopes for a future as a legal secretary. Loves ice skating and is a meni- her of Binai Birith Girls. FRANKLYN A. ALLEN, JR. 54 Audubon Road Frank, who enjoys working with cars, looks forward to a future in drafting, Screen Guild 2, 3, Football l. JUDITH ALPERT 6 Cantwell Road -lady, joining us during her senior year, hopes to be a teacher after attending Massa- chusetts School of Art. Girls League Art Committee Co-Chairman 3, Yearbook 3, Art Club 3, Senior Play Art Comrnittee 3. i963 KAREN ANDERSON 630 Brush Hill Road Karen, active as her fellow- ship president, likes swimming, skating and water skiing. Fu- ture plaus: College. junior Red Crass 2, Tennis 2. ELAINE ANCELONI 29 Bonad Road Elaine, winner of a National Essay Contest, enjoys ice skat- ing, tennis and swinnning. Her future plans are to go to college. Latin Club 2, 3, Softball 3, Baslcetlrall 3. JANET A. ARCHILLES 12 Bunton Street After graduation janet plans to attend Chandler Business School. Yearbook Business Staff 3, Arclzery 2. GERALDINE ARRICO 31 Sassainon Avenue Geri, a ineinber of the Na- tional Honor Society and the French Honor Society, was a representative to Girls' State. She plans to attend college. Hoineroom. Delegate 1, 2, "Unq11ity Eelmi' 2, 3, French Club 2, President 3, Fielcl Hockey 1, Badminton 1, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Honor Roll eight timer. NEWTON S. BAKER, JR. 156 Hinckley Road Newton, interested in Water skiing and skin diving, plans to attend Boston University. Screen Guild l, 2, 3, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3. LINDA L. BALCONI 188 Beacon Street Linda, our Herald-Traveler correspondent, is heading for a career in medical illustration. Girls League Art Committee 15 'iUnquity Ecliov 2, Art Ecli- tor 35 Art Club 25 Glee Club 15 Library Club 1, Vice-Presi- clent 2, President 35 Badmin- ton 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Softball l. JANET BABANOWSKI 406 Adams Street janet, nicknamed J. B., plans to he a heautician. Nurseis Aide 25 H omemakers Club 3. DIANE BEAN 543 Blue Hills Parkway Diane, recipient of National Merit Letter of Commendation, plans to attend college. Chemistry Club 25 Glee Club 2, 35 A Cappella Choir 35 Math Club, Secretary 25 Honor Roll twice. BARBARA BELLO 12. Concord Avenue Barb, a pleasant girl with a smile for everyone. Stuclent Council 2, President 35 French Club 35 Latin Club 25 Tennis 25 Badminton 2, 35 Gym Team 1, 2, 35 Honor Boll hoe times. VICKI BERMAN 144 Craig Street Vicki, who counts tennis and piano playing among her many outside activities, plans to go to the New England School of Art. Art Club 2. 3. MHS RAYMOND BLAKE 21 Kahler Avenue A great athlete quiet Bay, has attended Boys, State and has received the Harvard Book Award. Should he a success at college. Student Council 25 Vice- President 35 Homeroom Dele- gate 15 Football 1, 2, co-ca71- tain. 35 Baseball 1, 25 Basket- ball 1, 2. Honor Roll four times. BENJANIIN BLOOM 144 Ferncroft Road Ben plans to attend North- easterng he is a member of thc Milton Amateur Radio Club. Chemistry Club 25 Math Club 2, 35 Screen Guild 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll seven times. MARK BLOOM 110 VVarren Avenue Mark, planning to attend Northeastern and to take up engineering, Enjoys Fishing, howling, and sports in general. Chemistry Club 25 French Club 25 Math Club 2, 35 Tennis 25 Outdoor Track 35 Honor Roll four times. FLORENCE BOWLEY 554 Blue Hill Avenue Flo takes an active part in church affairs. She enjoys swimming and mountain climb- ing. Next year should see her in the WVaves. Navyls gain will he our loss. Office Assistant 35 Art Club 2, 35 Senior Play5 Honor Roll four times. ELIZABETH BRABAZON 374 Central Avenue Beth, full of pep, enjoys sports and drawing. She plans to attend Art School and then go to college She has won a Globe Art Contest award. Girls League Art Committee 35 Art Club 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Senior Play Art Committee 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Baclminton 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Softball 1, 2. RICHARD BRADSHAW 10 Roelsv1ex1 Road I11L1x 111 aetlxe p1rt1e1p111t 111 sehool 11111rs serxes Fleneh Llb T4e11n1e11n 11141 IS 1 n1en1ber of the 1X1t1on1l 1'11esp11n Soelety A deleg 116 to Boy St1t4 he hopes to 114401114 1 Selenee I-I61L116f Band 1 9 Pieszdent 3 Dm Hllltlf. 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' I ' I I 2 Ig . 1 - - - ' W. 4 7 9 ' 3 1, -, g :tl , .,, 3. Z 1 , ,, -, . 1 , . - I. .-' 4 . . H K 5 L 31 . v ..., ., V .1 I ,, . . ' 2 ,, . I A , L 1 1 v ,.i. 1 V E. ,1.,i g . . . . V Y i 2 . , H . . 1 1 , 1 ., ,1 - U 1' ,H - 1 V . . 71 ' ' ' , Lg . .. . ' ,. v 4 4 , 1 11- 1 1 J 3 ' 7 ' 1 2 " J kg , L, . ELINOR CANNATA 104 Audubon Road National Honor Societ mem K K . y . - ber, Elinor possesses all the qualities she will need as a nurse: warmth, intelligence, and diligence. Wfe will remem- ber, too, her vim as a majorette. Yearbook 3, French Club 2, Badminton 1, Softball 2, junior Red Cross 1, Honor Roll eight times. JAMES CARLIN 102 F erncroft Road jinfs Warmth has won him many friends at M.H.S. Some day, by continued hard work, he will become a successful architect. Music is his major outside interest. Chemistry Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Honor Roll four times. ROBERT CARNIE 22 Culliver Street "Car-nv is an Houtdoor mann and a hardy athlete. Itls no surprise he plans a career in Physical Education. Soccer 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, co-captain 3, T ennis 1, 2, 3. MARY R. CARTY 26 Lawndale Road Pleasant fun-loving Mary. Has a Wonderful sense of humor. Outside interests in- clude bowling and skating, Plans to go to college. Office Assistant 2, Yearbook 3, French Club 2, Secretary 3, Glee Club 2, Library Club 2, Badminton 1, Basketball 1, Girls League Hospitality Corn- mittee 3, Nursels Aide 2. Honor Roll three times. MARSHA CARVER 70 Meadowview Road VVe will remember Marsha as a carefree, fun-loving mem- ber of our class. Secretarial School is part of her future. Badminton 1, Basketball 1. MHS HOWARD CASTLEMAN l 75 Gulliver Street Enthusiastic about ears - Howie's ,58 Ford is his pride and joy. Track 1, Soccer 1, Screen Guild 1, 2, 3. l YANNA CECHER 97 Blue Hill Avenue Music and drama prominent among her interests. Quiet Yanna has future plans which include attending the Hebrew l University of Jerusalem. Dramatic Club 2, Nursefs Aide 2, 3, Future Homemakers Club 3. I JOSEPH CHAPIN 78 Morton Road joe loves the seas, sails, and sunny shores of summer. The future will see him studying at college. PETER CHISTOLINI 36 Audubon Road Casual and carefree, Pete hopes to join the Air Force and study mechanics. J. SUZANNE CLAUSON 21 Fullerls Lane Good-natured, fun-loving Sue. Outside interests: oil painting and sewing. Future plans: junior college and the business World. Student Council 2, Tennis 2, Badminton 1, 2, Girls League Social Committee 1, 2, Office Assistant 1, 2, Gymnastics 3, Basketball 1, 2, Homeroom Delegate 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3. IVIARILYN COADY G0 Ridge Road Marilyn, full of life. Loves dancing. Plans to go into man- agement. Nurses Room 1, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Badminton 1, 2, 3, Senior Play, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, "Unauity Eclzov 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Majorette Z, 2, 3, Year- book Business Staff Manager 3. JOHN COHAN 56 Blue Hill Avenue Quiet, pleasant John loves to be on the go in the water, or along the breezy highways. Further schooling is john's plan. DENNIS J. COHEN 50 Capen Street Likahle Denny, always found with pleasant smile, and keen sense of humor. He enjoys swimming and working on cars. His future plans include eol- lege. Lunclzroom. Help 2, Screen Guilcl 2, 3. NIARCIA E. COHEN 95 Franklin Street Marcia, pleasant, capable, and member of the National Honor Society. Outside interests: sci- ence, writing. Future: research in genetics. XVinner of National Essay Contest Award. Girls League Dramatic Com- mittee 2, Frencb Club 2, Nurse'.s' Aizle Z, Softball 2, Dra- matic Club 1. 2, Vice-Presirlent 3, Ilonor Roll six times. GAIL COLE 127 Blue Hills Parkway Cenial, good-natured Cail. Outside interests - the piano and sewing. Plans to be a Math teacher. Guidance AS.S'istant 2, Li- brary Assistant 2, 3, Band 1, Frencli Club 2, Fielcl Hockey 3, Badminton 1, 3, Math Club 2, Secretary 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 3, Honor Roll nine times. L i963 ANNETTE L. COLETTI 207 Milton Street Annette's sparkling person- ality and sense of humor make her a natural for her chosen career of nursing. Library Club 3, F ielcl Hockey 2, Archery 2, Glee Club 1, Basketball 2, Worlfl Affairs Club 2, Softball 1, Yearbook Business Stayji 2, 3. JOHN COLLINS 373 Central Avenue Friendly Seano, is always cheerful, has a ready smile, and enjoys a good time. An active member of CYO, he is on its council. He plans to go into the service and to be an electrician. ALFRED S. COMI 142 Alvin Avenue Al, a transfer from North Quincy High, is known for his pleasant smile. He is interested in marine biology, music, hockey, skydiving, and acting, KENNETH CONKLIN 85 Plymouth Avenue Tall, quiet, good-natured Ken, is always ready to help you with any problem you may have. He enjoys swimming. Plans to go into military serv- ice and then to work. JOSEPH COOK 21 Mechanic Street Friendly Cookie - enjoys sports, especially bowling. Plans to further his education. Track 1, 3, Gymnastics 1, 3, Football I, 2, 3. PAUL CORCORAN 44 Hurlcroft Road "Corky" is one of Uncle Sanfs future boys. He likes sports of all kinds, especially golf, hockey, baseball, weight- lifting and basketball. Hockey 1. ELAINE COSTICAN 55 Howe Street Elaine, just full of fun. Out- side interests: skating and bowling. Future plans: secre- tarial school. Office A.s'si.s-tant 2, 3, Wrrrlfl Affairs Club 2, Field Hockey 2, Library Club 3, Basketball 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Honor Roll nine times. CHRISTOPHER COUGHLAN 15 Hillcrest Street Chris, better known to his friends as Moose, plans to at- tend college after graduation. His outside interests include swimming, bowling, pool, Weightlifting, caddying, and Legion baseball. Homeroom Delegate 2, Golf 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball l, Track 3. ROBERT COUPER 124 XVood Street Friendly, likable Coup plans to attend college after his graduation from Milton High School. Homeroorn. Delegate 3, Dra- matic Club 2, 3, jazz Club 2, Math Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3. JARIES COX 588 Adams Street Quiet, friendly jim takes part in many outside activities such as Fishing, hunting, and swim- ming. After graduation, he plans to become a inernber of the State Police Force. JAMES CRAIG 36 Horton Place l Good-natured, ever cheerful, l ,Iini is liked by all. Outside in- terests include fishing, hunting, swimming, skiing and the Youth Club. He plans to at- tend college after graduation. 1 l DONNA CUMMINCS 21 Spafford Road Enthusiastic, versatile Donna is sure to attain her goal in life. YVe will surely iniss her at M.H.S. Homeroom Delegate l, 3: Yearbook 3, Tennis 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, Badminton 1, Soft- ball I, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA CURLEY ll Hiestvale Road Pat, with friendly smile and cheerful way, has won many friends at M.H.S.- XVe are sure she will be a successful secre- tary. Girls League Social Commit- tee 2, Chairman Athletic Com- mittee 3, Nurseis' Aide 1, Field Hockey 3, Badminton 2, Soft- ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. ALAN CUSHING 38 Crown Street Quiet, dark-haired Scott has future plans in the field of Aeronautical Engineering and the Air Force. He likes skin diving and flying, and takes part in the Civil Air Patrol. He also is a ham radio operator. Chemistry Club 2, Math Club 3, Screen Guild 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Track 1, 3. MARIANNE DACKO 141 Alvin Avenue National Honor Society inein- ber Marianne is sure to be a successful teacher. Girls League Financial Com- mittee 2, Yearbook 3, French Club 2, 3, Senior Play, Latin Club President 2, 3, French Honor Society 2, President 3, Honor Roll eight times. 4 i' fx g' ,f4g9 -K CERALDINE DASEY 194 Granite Avenue Friendly, golden-haired Gerry is liked by all at M.H.S. and will surely be missed when she leaves. Certain to be a success- ful secretary. Office Assistant 3. KAREN DATTBIAN 22 Highfield Circle Future medical secretary, Karen has taken the business course. WVe know her friendly ways will be missed at M.H.S. Office Assistant 3, Yearbook Business Staff 3. HOWARD K. DAVIDSON 5 Badger Circle Active in school and com- munity activities, enthusiastic about politics, Howie plans a career in either music, dra- matics, law or government. Drarnatie Club 1, 2, Treas- urer 3, National Tlzespian So- ciety 2, 3, Library Assistant 2, 3, Clee Club 1, 2, Senior Play, Yearbook 3, lfVorlcl Affairs Club 2, Honor Roll .six times. ELLEN DELANEY 104 XVendell Park Cheerful, witty Ellen likes bowling, golfing, and sewing. Her future plans are to go to college and, as she says, 'ibe successful." Tennis 3, Clzeerleacler 1, French Club 3. SUSAN DEMPSEY 225 Pine Avenue Always smiling Susie is a skating and dancing enthusi- ast - also enjoys being a mem- ber of the Milton Youth Club and C.Y.O. Her future plans include Katharine Gibbs Secre- tarial School. Library Club 2, 3, Library Assistant 2, Nurses Aide 1, Fielzl Hockey 1, Baclminton 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Honor Roll four times. l963 BARBARA DeSTEFANO 79 Cabot Street Petite Barbara enjoys horse- back riding immensely. Plans to go into art or secretarial VV0l'k. MARIO DiMASCIO 85 Amor Road Mario - enjoys making model rockets as a hobby - can best be remembered for his per- formance as Jim Lawrence in the Senior Play. His future plans are to enter the field of engineering. Math Club 2, 3, Frenclz Club 3, Honor Roll once. LEONARD DOHERTY 32 Pine Grove Street Lennie can often be seen practicing for track meets, also enjoys playing golf. He hopes to major in economics when he enters college. VVorlzl Affairs Club 2, Latin Club 3, Honzeroonz Delegate 3, Honor Roll fee times. ANNE M. DONOVAN 135 Houston Avenue Anne plans to go to nursing school, enjoys working on the Red Cross Bloodmobile. Re- cipient of a junior Achieve- ment Award for Community Service. Her most memorable event of her years at M.H.S. was her presidency of the Latin Club. Nurseis Aicle 1, 2, Blood- mobile 2, 3, Latin Club 2, President 3, Honor Roll four tirnes. MICHAEL DOYLE 196 Churchills Lane Mike loves swimming, skiing and hunting. The outdoor type. Worlzl Affairs Club 2, Cross Country 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Honor Roll five times. f PATRICIA DOYLE I5 Spruce Street Vivacious Pat enjoys skating when not studying, is a mem- ber of the C.Y.O. Council and a National Essay Contest win- ner. In the future, Pat plans to enter college. Art Club 2, Secretary 3, Nurse's Aide 1, Field Hockey 1, Badminton 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Cheerleader 3 PATRICE I... DUGAN 34 Saint Maryls Road Happy-go-lucky Pat enjoys swimming, bowling, and horse- back riding. Hopes to become a Physical Education teacher. Homeroom Delegate 1, 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, Softball 1, Badminton 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. JAMES EISEMAN 175 Lyman Road jim plans to major in law when he enters college. NVas a delegate to International. Day. Loves all sports, excelled in soccer and track. Latin Club 2, 3, World Af- fairs Club 2, Soccer 2, 3, ln- door Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Honor Roll once. ROBERTA A. ELLIOTT 38 Glendale Road Cheerful Bobbie often heard singing, helping on the Red Cross Bloodmobile, or playing basketball. Being chosen for the All-District Choir is one of Bobbiels happiest memories of M.H.S. junior Red Cross 1, Math Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, Maforettexs 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll Hue times. SUSAN ELLIS I Clark Road Easy-going Susie hopes to en- ter Aquinas Secretarial School. Basketball 1, Honor Roll twice. MHS JAMES ERNA 52 Wood Street Lively, fun-loving jimmy en- joys basketball and boating. Loves to tinker with ears. Col- lege-bound. DONNA EUERLE 70 Governor Stoughton Lane A National Honor Society member whose plans include college. A National Essay Con- test winner, a recipient of Let- ter of Commendation from National Merit Scholarship, a winner of Award for Com- munity Service- thatis Donna! Red Cross 1, 2, Math Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Blood- giobile Assistant 2, 3, Yearbook LINDA EUSE I Lufbery Street Dark-haired Linda has Won two certificates for shorthand. She enjoys swimming, bowling, horseback riding, and ice skat- ing. She plans to go to Mount Ida junior College. Badminton 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1. LOIS ANN FAHEY 70 Lyman Road Lois plans to enter the World of business. She is a member of C.Y.O. and likes to swim and dance. Nurseis Assistant 1, Nurse's Aide 1, jazz Club 1, Glee Club 1. KEITH FALT 37 Dyer Avenue Interested in ears and boats, Keith belongs to C.Y.O. Armed Forces after graduation. Soccer 2, Homeroom Dele- gate 1. STEWART FELDMAN 82 Craig Street A regular Roget, Stu always has the right word handy. YVin- ner of a National Merit Letter of Commendation, he is inter- ested in medicine. Member of the Volunteens. H omeroom Delegate 2, Latin. Club 2, President 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, VVorlcl Affairs Club 2, Baseball 1, Yearbook 3, Honor Roll seven times. IOHN FERREIRA 168 Canton Avenue jack likes archery, hockey, skating and bow hunting. He plans to be an accountant. Soccer 1, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, eo-captain 3. WILLIAM FINN 10 Lantern Lane "Finny," on the business staff of the Yearbook, likes to sail. He plans to go to college. Wrestling, Manager 2, Foot- ball, Manager 2. SARA JANE FIRTH 1100 Randolph Avenue National Essay Contest Award winner, Sara wants to teach mentally retarded chil- dren after she graduates from college. She has worked with Miss Benson's special class. Glee Club 2, Library Club 1, 25 Batlmirzton 1, Softball lg Basketball 1, French Club 2, Vice-President 3. BARBARA-ANNE FLANAGAN 5 Dean Road Sailing, skating, and dancing interest Barbara, who plans to teach after college. She belongs to the Milton Youth Club and C.Y.O. Art Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, Softball 2, Girls' League Art Committee 2. 1963 ELBURT FLETCHER 131 Otis Street Burt is a volunteer worker who likes water skiing. His chosen Held of Work is in Business Administration. Dramatic Club 3, Senior Play, Soccer 2, 3. CHARLES FOLEY 27 Horton Place Red-haired Charlie works after school hours. Hunting and Fishing occupy his leisure hours. DAVID S. FOWLEH 1258 Brook Road A National Essay Contest winner, David plans to go to college. He has held various outside jobs and loves politics. Dramatic Club 1, Clee Club 1, lVorlcl Afairs Club 1, 2. PATRICIA A. FRAIOLI 58 Pillon Road Secretary to Dr. John, Pat has won typing and shorthand awards. Her ambition is to be a secretary. She enjoys bowl- ing and is a member of C.Y.O. and the Milton Youth Club. junior Red Cross 1, 2, Li- brary Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Honor Roll once. ALAN S. FRANKEL ll Mulberry Road An organization man, Al is a member of U.S.Y., Volunteens, and the Young Iudeans. Hand- ball is his spare-time specialty and a Liberal Arts college is his goal. He has received a certificate for "Operation Kind- ness" from the Red Feather Association. LINDA MAY FRASER 130 Franklin Street Red-haired Lyn has won two Gregg typing awards, and was found at the concession stand at football games. She played church basketball and belonged to Rainbow. She wants to be a heautician. Nurses Aicle 1, French Club 2, Senior Play, Girls League Dramatic Committee 3, Home- roorn Delegate 2, 3, "Echov 1, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll three time.s. CLAUDIA B. FRIEDMAN 10 Victoria Street Friendly Claudia is a volun- teer worker at the Childrenls Hospital. Her future plans in- clude college wherc she will major in physiotherapy. Office Help 2, French Club 2, Badminton 1, 3, Softball 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3. JOHN C. CALLAGHER 91 Sias Lane 1. C., a transfer from Roslin- dale H. S., is a welcome ad- dition to M.H.S. A sports en- thusiast and a member of sev- eral youth clubs, he aims for a college education. Art Club 3, Wrestling 3. JOHN R. GALLAGHER 22 Cedar Terrace john keeps himself busy with outside activities and work after school. His future plans include a four-year hitch in the navy followed by technical school. JANE M. GALLIVAN 135 Elm Street Ianie, always ready with a smile, shows an interest in all sports. She plans to attend junior college after graduation. Guidance Assistant 3, French Club 3, Homeroom Delegate 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3. GERALD J. CALVIN 54 Thompson Lane Gerry, who enjoys bowling and C.Y.O., plans to go on to college. Football 1, Basketball 1. RICHARD S. GAMER 580 Brook Road Dick will always be remem- bered for his deep voice and dry sense of humor. Band 1, Soccer 2, 3, Tennis 1, 3. BRUCE B. GARDNER 13 Myers Lane The owner of a small engine and outboard repair shop, Bruce is also a boating enthusi- ast. His future plans include technical school, KEEVIN GELLER 583 Blue Hills Parkway Keevin enjoys skating and wants to become an engineer. "Unquity Echov Photograyohy Editor 3, Yearbook Business Staff 3, Dramatic Club 2, Vice- Presiclent 3, Latin Club 2, Senior Play, Honor Roll three times. SANIUEL L. GERMAINE 2 Breck Street Sam, the boy with the big smile, will always be remem- bered for his willingness to help. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Screen Guild 2, 3, Senior Play. Elhot munbcr of M1lto11 NORNIAN CLICKMAN 106 Ftrnuoft H0111 C l1cl1 hop1s to go to eolltge 1ftc1 1 ver3 busy thlce yt 1rs It M H S Alt Club 7 lmasuru 3 Hal CIIJSS I Football I 3 C16 C'ountr112 Track 1 7 3 CHRISTOPHER F CLYNN 27 Squ 111111111 Stlut Chr1s xx l1o 18 1 tr lI1SlLl' 110111 f 1thol1L lVlL1110I'Ill l1 IS bn en lm it busv Vkllll C1 O 111cl 1ft11 school xxorlx He pl 1118 to go to p1ep sehool btfort e11ter ll'10' Lollufe NEIL H COLDER 79 XY ITICH Axenuc COOCll1IflllGCl X611 lox es the p1111o Atte1 g1'lCllllt101'1 l1e xx 1ll go on to college Unquzty Echo 7 Asslstunt Club 9 Math Club 3 Honol Rall ezglzt times HELENE COLDMAN 47 H01lStOI1 Ax 6171111 Le11111e 1 tr111sfe1 from u111cy Hrgh pl ms to become 1 p1 1ct1U1l nurse She p l1tKl p 1tecl It QLIIIICY 111 the LQUIVI le11t of M1ltor1s D111111 Cllllb C1rls LL lgllt' mtl F1enc.h Club Enjoys relchng tohofrg111111ff md lce sk 1t111g Nuzscs Azcle 3 Bmlxatlmll 3 ELLIOT M COLDSTEIN 65 Aberdeen Roul Senlor U S1 non 1 trophy 111 Hecht House bowhng le1 fue 111 1960 Employed 111 1 Cllllf., store ll.:lfL1 sehool pl 1115 to 1ttc111l Colle 76 WILLIANI l GORDON 40 1' 111b111l1s Ro lcl B1ll 111f:'l1ll7LI of Nllltilll Iouth Club mtentls to go to eollegt llatlz Club 9 Honor Roll 0111 tzmgs LEO S CRAHAINI 77 Roekxs ell Avenue Leo IS the pI'6SlClGl1I' of tl11 lVllllOIl Youtl1 Club H l11s co11tr1but1cl t the 1thlet11 sueeessts of M H S Football 1 2 L0 clzptum Baseball I 2 3 Brlslxetlmll 1 STEPHEN B CREELEY 149 Br ullu, P10111 Stevo 18 1 l116l7l1lJ6I' of thr Xhlton Houth Club Counul 11111 the C Y O Interested 111 L lr Czmzmzstzw I Otudoor Yracl 1 lVlLSflIllg 7 3 Footlmlll 7 3 Stuclcnt COUIICIZ 7 MALCOLM R GREEN 98 C1pLn Street lXI1l1oh11 pl 111s to go to lJ1lS1 ness school OlltS1ClL lntercst IS hoekey Munbcr of tht M1lto11 Xouth C111b Outdoor Trnclx 7 J Foot l I 9 3 WILLIAM E GREENE 57 Mutm Roicl B1ll emoys workmg x11t1 horses 1ncl 1r1t1nds to work for the M S P C A Member ot M1ltor1 Yo11th Club C 1 O md the R C Club of M1lton Gynznastzes 1 1963 f 5 F 1 5 N I El, '. 4 Y. , , - ' -Q Y 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 f .' 11 .' . 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L 11 ' 1 , 1 1 ' 1 . . 1 . . - Av, ' 255 ' - a C I ' 4 ' Y I . 1 . . . . . 1 1 ' Y .' . , ' Q A' ' 1 2 v i l7 ' ' '7 K ELISABETH CRUNDEVIK 541 Randolph Avenue "Ebhis', was the chairman of the youth section of her politi- cal party in Sweden. Wle have enjoyed her company and will miss her when she returns to Sweden after her year's stay in Milton with relatives. RICHARD GURNEY 557 Pleasant Street Richard loves skiing and act- ing. College is next. Glee Club 2, "Echo" 3, Senior Play, Dramatic Club I, 2. 3. KENNETH CUSTAFSON 102 Granite Place Gus is president of his Church Fellowship Group, a member of the Milton Youth Club and Church Baskethall team. Loves Hi-Fi. Headed for college. jazz Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3. STEVEN HAHN 400 Blue Hill Avenue Steve hopes to go to art school. Attends YMHA. art classes. Art Club 2, 3, Band I, Luncbroom Help 3, VVre.stIin,u 2, Football 1, 2, i'Ecl1ov 1, Yearbook 3, Ilonor Roll twice. ROBERT HALL 149 XVarren Avenue Robert is interested in skat- ing and sports. Hopes to inakc his mark in the husiness world. Basketbzlll I, 2, 3. MHS SUSAN HALL 4 Mechanic Street Sue hopes her business course will lead to career with IBM. Has enjoyed sports of all kinds. YVILLIANI F. HANNON 34 Ferncroft Road Happy-go-lucky Bill, spends much of his time tinkering with cars. He plans to join the armed services after graduation. Football 2. LAVVRENCE A. HANSEN 26 Sassamon Avenue Popular, humorous Larry is a track and football enthusi- ast. After graduation, he hopes to attend the M a r i t i in e Academy. Football 2, 3, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3. DIANE M. HARNEY 18 Glendale Road Cheerful, friendly Diane looks forward to becoming a legal secretary. Her interests include art and athletics. French Club 2, Archery 3, Bzlsketball 3, Softball 3, Honor Roll twice. JOSEPH HARRINCTON 155 YVarren Avenue joe enioys sports, especially haskcthall. Plans to attend the Bav State Acadcrnv next vear. Soccer 2, Baseball 3, Bus- lcctball I, 2, 3. MIRIAM P. HARRIS 78 Dyer Avenue Carefree Mimi, whose inter- ests include swimming and traveling, plans to enter the business world after graduation. Basketball 1. T. MALCOLM HARRISON 261 Granite Avenue Cheerful Harry, an active member of the Pilgrim Fellow- ship and De-Molay, plans to at- tend college next year. Math Club 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Honor Roll six tin1e.s'. VVILLIABI B. HARTE 598 Brush Hill Road Bill enjoys sports, especially Hshing and track. He hopes to enter the business xvorld after graduation. Luncbroom Help 1, Yearbook 3, XV0rltl Affairs Club 2, In- cloor-Outdoor Truck 3. BARBARA HEALY 42 Hudson Street Barb, a native of California, is a welcome addition to M.H.S. this year. She enjoys skiing and mountain climbing. Barb hopes to attend college next year. junior Red Cro.s'.s' 3, N urseis Aide 3. ALAN HOBAN 67 Houston Avenue Friendly Al possesses a won- derful personality and a rare sense of humor. Spends part of his spare time Working at Mil- ton Hospital. Latin Club 2, Soccer 1, 2, Honor Roll four times. i963 PAUL F. HOGAN 275 Pleasant Street Quietly humorous, Paul is active in sports, especially base- ball and wrestling. He plans to major in engineering at college. Soccer 3, Baselmll 1, 2, 3, XVre.stling 1, 2, 3. THOBIAS HOPKINS 290 Eliot Street XVitty Tom, a, soccer enthusi- ast, plans to go into printing, where he will specialize in the oltsct method of printing. Soccer 1, 2, YVrextling 3. ROBERT E. HOWVES 31 Cheever Street Active, co-operative Bob is an enthusiastic member in his church activities and a 1ne1n- ber of the M.H.S. band. He would like to major in engineer- ing at Northeastern next year. Band 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 3, Screen Guilrl 1, 2, 3, Or- clzestm 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3. DIANE HUBBARD H80 Canton Avenue Petite, blonde "Lanny', enjoys skiing and horseback riding. She plans to go to college, where We feel sure she will be successful. Field Hockey 2. JANE E. HUDSON IO Hope Avenue Good-naturcd jane is fond of skating, archery, and coin collecting. During her high school years, jane has been a member of C.Y.O. and Canteen. Red Cross' Collector 2. f ROBERT E. HUNIPHRYS 700 Brook Road 'cHu1npai,', a worker at Hendrie,s, enjoys ice skating and is headed for a career as an accountant. FRANK JODAITIS 56 Norman Street Frank, a physics and trig fan, is interested in ears. Plans to study mechanical engineering. "Echo" Business Staf 2, Yearbook Collector 2, Football 2. VALERIE JOHNSON 36 Concord Avenue Val, liked by everyone in the class and known by her blonde hair, has worked with retarded children in the suininer in preparation for her future nurse's career. Nurseis Aide 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 3, Badminton 3, French Club 3, Worhl Affairs Club 2, Bloodmobile 1, 2, 3. RITA JOLLEY 276 Blue Hills Parkway Rita has been very busy in and out of school with her work at Nazareth and the C.Y.O. Council. Tennis 1, 2, 3, Guidance Of- fice Assistant 3, Yearbook 3, Basketball 1, 3, Softball 2, 3, Nursefs Aide 1, 3, YVorld Af- fairs Club 2, 3, Bloodmobile 1, 9 VVILLIANI KABIS 219 Thaeher Street Bill, who plans to go to col- lege and law school, is saxo- phonist in his own band, "The Rhythm Kingsf' Band 1, 2, Latin. Club 2, Tennis 2. MHS ALAN KAUFMAN 304 Blue Hill Avenue Al is most interested in art and mechanical drawing. Hopes to be a civil engineer. Art Club 2, 3. DORIS E. KEDDY 39 XVinthrop Street Doris, friendly, genial and capable, will become, after col- lege, a teacher whom all stu- dents will love and respect. Tennis 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Homeroom Delegate 2, Glee Club 1, Latin Club Secretary 2, 3, Nursefs- Aide 1, 2, 3, Bad- minton 2, 3. LAWRENCE P. KEECAN 227 Edge Hill Road Larry transferred to M.H.S. from Boston English. He will go into military service upon graduation. RICHARD P. KEENAN 65 Brook Hill Road Dick excels in tennis, track, and wrestling. XVith his person- ality he will be a success at college. Football 2, Tennis' 1, 2, 3, Track 3, Senior Play, Home- room Delegate 1, 2. RICHARD E. KEITH 3 Xvllltlliilll Road Dick is an outdoor man in- terested in camping, cars, traveling, hunting, and sports such as hockey and golf. Soccer 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3. ANTHONY KELLY 35 Reservation Road A member of the football team, and well-liked by every- one, Kel is going to settle clown at business school next year. Honieroom Delegate 1, Foot- ball 2, 3. KATHLEEN KELLY 20 Pond Street Kathy has always displayed a keen sense of humor. XVork and play have kept her busy and cheerful. Office Assistant 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Badminton 1, Field Hockey 2, Archery 2, Library Club 2, 3. JACQUELINE KENSWIL 49 Fairbanks Road jackie, always smiling, al- ways active. Dramatic Club 1, 2, Corre- sponding Secretary 3, Senior Play Committee, Senior Play, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, Library Club Play 1, 2, Li- brary Assistant 2, National Tlzespian Society, Secretary 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Honor Roll three times. ROBERTA KERNER 66 Culliver Street Roberta has worked hard and given much time to the townls various charity drives. Dramatic Club 3, Senior Play, Ofice Assistant 3, Bad- minton 1, 3, Basketball 2, Soft- ball 1, 2, Tennis 1, 3. WALTER N. KNADLER, JR. 23 Maple Street XV alter loves newspaper work and sports. More schooling ahead. Soccer 1, 2, 3, Track 3, YVrestling 3, Refi Cross 1. i963 ELAINE KRABIER 51 XVendell Park XVant something done? Ask Elaine. Always busy, always cheerful. French Club 3, Baclnzinton 2, Basketball 1, Softball 2, Tennis 1. MARY LOU LANE 15 Austin Street Mary Lou loves little chil- dren and hopes to he an ele- mentary grade teacher. C.Y.O., painting, sewing, and sports oc- cupy most of her time. Honzerooni Delegate 3, Year- book 3, Latin Club 2, Baclmin- ton 2, 3, Basketball 1, 3, Soft- ball 1, 3. VIRGINIA LARRABEE 20 Harold Street Ginny loves dancing and will miss when shels a work- ing girl. M.H.S. will miss her. Basketball 1. IAMES W. LEDWITH 3 Buckingham Road Jobs after school. and C.Y.O. administrative experience have prepared jim for the college and business world. GEORGE N. LEMELMAN 33 XVendell Park Interested in law and active in athletics. Spends summers practicing trick serve. Tennis 1, 2, 3. DIANE C. LEON 711 Blue Hill Avenue "Busy, busy, busyv is about the best way to describe Diane. Library Club 1, 2, 3, Nursefs Room. 2, 3, Nursels Aide 1, 2, 3, Archery 3, Badminton 1, 3, Baslcetball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 3. JOSEPH LEONARD 188 Brook Road After a busy M.H.S. career, joe is headed for college. Loves to read and play golf. Yearbook Business Staf 3, Worlcl Afairs Club 2, Cross- Country 2, Manager 3, Incloor Track 2, 3, Honor Roll twice. ALAN LEVITT 144 Audubon Road Ncxt Stop: Northeastern Eve- ning School and the business world. Soccer 1, Honor Roll twice. LEONARD LEWIN 2.5 Crown Street Another Northeastern-bound boy, Lenny has enjoyed U.S.Y. sports and school activities. "Echov Business Staff 1, 3, Yearbook Business Staff 1, 3, Art Club 2, 3, Screen Guild 1, 2, 3. LAWRENCE LIEF 103 Decker Street Larry, interested in astrono- my, plans to attend college. Chemistry Club 2, Math Club 2, 3, Honor Roll three times. ALAN LITWACK 27 Lufbery Street A1 has experienced a busy high school career of school Work, sports, and his hobbies: skiing, boating, and fishing. Football 2, 3, Track 3. SUSAN LORD 16 Spaltord Road Sue has participated in many school activities besides being successful in her studies. Girls League Dramatic Com- mittee 2, Civics Committee Chairmrm 3, Y e o r b o o k 3, Senior Pllllli Library Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Dramatic Club 3, Tennis 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, Basketball 1, 3, Co- Captain 2, Honor Roll six times. JOHN BIRCDONALD 26 Cedar Terrace Street Mads working hours have been at Stop and Shop, his leisure hours devoted to foot- ball and basketball. Golf 1. RICHARD MACLARY 35 Hoy Terrace Dick is an outstanding bowl- er and basketball player for his fellowship. He hopes to con- tinue school after graduation. BARRIE MacLEOD 379 Centre Street jovial Barrie spends his spare time repairing cars. He plans to be an auto mechanic. Soccer 2, Football 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3. PAUL MAFFEI 197 Thacher Street Paul, with seafaring blood in his veins, plans a career in the United States Navy. Bon voyage, Paul! W're.s'tling 1. RICHARD MACLIO 29 Cedar Terrace Street Everyone's friend, Dick loves bowling. After leaving M.H.S,, Dick plans to work or to go into Uncle Sam's service. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Gym- na.s'tic.s- 1. BARBARA MANTICA 32 Barton's Lane A member of the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society, Barb is a suc- cess at everything she does. Geometry did give her a few trying moments. "Eclzo,' 1, 2, Secertary 3, Homeroom. Delegate 1, 2, 3, Girls League Hospitality Com- mittee 2, 3, Freneli Club 2, Treasurer 3, Latin. Club Treas- urer 2, Guidance Office 3, Field Hockey 1, Badminton 1, Archery 2, Baslcetlzall 2, Soft- ball 1, Honor Roll .s-ix times. ROBERT MARQUIS 509 Canton Avenue Friendly and smiling Bob plans a career in the great out- doors, possibly as a lumberjack. Our best to you, Bobl PETER MARTIN 60 Fairbanks Road An ardent competitor, Pete enjoys a few strings of bowling. Active in the youth club and C.Y.O., Pete plans a career in the service. i963 EDWARD M. MASHRICK 37 Century Lane His nickname, Ted, his hob- by, auto racing, his employ- ment, cashic-ring at Supreme Market, his ambition, North- eastern. Honor Roll once. ELAINE NICDONALD 25 Lothrop Avenue Active Elaine, the star of our Senior Class Play, is enthusias- tic, talkative and unpredictable. Office A.s'si.s'tant 3, "Unquity Eclzov 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Senior Play, Badminton 2, Bas- ketball 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Recording Secretary 3. MARIE F. McDOWELL 44 Thistle Avenue Marie, who takes pleasure in swimming and babysitting, is a capable Louisette volunteer at the Carney Hospital. Nursels Aide 1. I RICHARD MCHUGH 276 Granite Avenue Good-looking Dickis friendly and happy disposition has made him a popular member of the Senior Class. Besides being a valuable member of the foot- ball teani, he is interested in cars, hunting and fishing. Football 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3. VIRGINIA RICKAY 594 Brush Hill Road Fun-loving Cinnie has a friendly disposition and a care- free nature. She is a talented artist and plans to attend col- lege after high school. Art Club 2, 3, Library Club 1, Treasurer 2, 3, Nurseis Aide 1, Badminton 1, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Yearbook 3. ROBERT A. MCKEON 99 Grafton Avenue Bobls personality, pleasant and co-operative, his hobby, fishing, his goal, Boston Uni- versity. Homeroom D e l e g a t e 3, Lunchroom Help 1, 2, 3, Gym- nastics 1, 2. DIANE M. MELLO 37 Hallen Avenue Peppy, pretty maiorette Diane is an enthusiastic partici- pant in school activities. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Nurses Room. 1, 2, 3, Nursels Aifle 2, 3, Tennis 3, Badminton 1, 2, 3, Archery 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3. SANDRA MESSINA 105 Pleasant Street Cute and peppy, with lots of personality, Sandy, who will always remember her favorite teacher, Mr. Mullin. Hopes to be a secretary. Office Assistant 3, Yearbook 3, junior Real Cross 1, Library Club 3, Nursels Aide 1, 3. PATRICIA MEYERS 16 California Avenue Pat, a good student, active in all class functions, all signed up for Penn State. Yearbook 3, "EchoM 1, Home- room Delegate 2, Wcrrlcl Affairs Club 2, Field Hockey 1, Bad- minton 1, Basketball 1, Gym- nastics 1, Honor roll eight times. PETER MILLER 100 Hollingsworth Road Pete, his personality, good- natured and likable, his hobby, ham radio, his ambition, elec- trical engineering. MHS BARBARA MILLS 24 Stanton Road Barbara, who plans to attend college next year, is noted for her friendly smile and keen sense of humor. Her outside interests include tennis and skating. Latin Club 2, Library Club 3, Tennis 2, Archery 2, Bas- ketball 2, 3, Softball 1. CHRISTOPHER MONKS 324 Beedsdale Road Good-natured Chris has a keen sense of humor and a friendly nature. He is active in Youth Club and hopes to at- tend college or business school. Basketball 1, 2. JOSEPH MOONEY 64 Audubon Road Popular '1Red', is a rugged senior and a bulvvark on our football team, spends his spare time Weightlifting. Intends to continue his education at college. Homeroom Delegate 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3. JOHN MULLICAN 104 Blue Hill Avenue Friendly but quiet Mull is an ardent bowler. After gradu- ation he plans a college edu- cation. Football 1, 3, Baseball 1, 2. MARTHA L. MURDOCK 16 Allen Circle Unselfish and good-natured, Martha will make a great so- cial worker. She is always ready to help others even when it means personal sacrifice. Office Assistant 3, Yearbook 3, French Club 3, Glee Club 3, Nurse's Aide 1, 2, Softball 1, Basketball 1, Honor Roll nine times. CHARLES M. MURPHY 78 Fairbanks Road Talkative Charlie, a humor- ist and daredevil, believes in having a good time. A mem- ber of the M.H.S. football team. Plans to enter the Service after graduation. Wrestling 2, Football 1, 2, 3. JAMES M. MURRAY 4 Fairfax Road Quiet yet full of fun, jim is an ardent debater and likes swimming and sailing. Plans on attending college next year. Math Club 3, Football 2, In- cloor and-Outcloor Track 1, 2, 3. ELLEN NATHAN 388 Brush Hill Road Active, friendly Ellen with her warm smile will make a very successful social worker. Ellen has won first and second prizes on the Community Au- dition Television show with her lovely voice. Girls League Social Commit- tee 2, Chairman 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Tennis 25 Archery 2, 3, Basketball 3. DIANNE M. NOONAN 71 Antwerp Street Dianne plans to do secre- tarial work after graduation. Library Club 3, Nurseis Aicle 1, 2, Basketball 2. KATHERYN NORCOTT 400 Blue Hills Parkway Kathie has a beautiful sing- ing voice and was chosen for membership in the All-District and All-State Choruses. Kathie is active in church affairs. Girls League Art Committee 1, 2, Nurseis Aicle 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2. - I963- KARL NORTHON 375 Blue Hill Avenue Happy-go-lucky Chick has a personality full of fun and humor, is good-natured and friendly. A star player of this yearis football team. Wrestling 2, Hockey 1, Foot- ball 1, 3. STANLEY NOVACK 14 Crown Street Studious Stan plans on going to medical school after college. He is certain to be a success in his chosen field. Band 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Screen Guild 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA O'CONNELL 73 Clapp Street Always happy and full of fun, "Smiley" takes everything in stride. Pat will make an en- joyable addition as a secretary to any office. Ofice Help 3, Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 2, Field Hockey 2, Softball 2. WILLIAM OLLERHEAD 43 Lyman Road Bill, with his sense of humor and good-natured smile, plans to become a construction en- gineer. He is interested in swimming, fishing and hunting. EDWARD A. O'NEILL I9 Huntington Road Athletic Eddie, co-captain of the soccer team and member of the Youth Club Bowling League, has a sharp sense of humor and a friendly person- ality. Soccer 1, 2, Co-captain 3: Hockey 1, 2, 3. IAMES O'NEILL 41 Pleasant Street 'KSeagull,', with varied in- terests, including C.Y.O. and skiing, plans to continue school after graduation. Homeroom. Delegate 1, Soc- cer 1, 2, Co-captain 3, Baseball 1. JOSEPH I. O,NEILL 104 Otis Street "Knuck," c o u r t e o u s and friendly, is certain to be a suc- cess in any field he chooses to enter, is interested in all sports, especially baseball and basket- ball, plans to go to college. Honzeroom Delegate 1, 2, junior Heil Cross 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Baslcetball 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH O,REILLY G47 Pleasant Street Jay is interested in all sports, especially golf. Hopes to further his education. Golf 1, 2, 3. KENNETH M. ORR 544 Pleasant Street Ken hopes to get ready for the wicked World of Work by attending the Coyne Electrical School. MARCIA OSTROFF 46 Nancy Road Laughing Marcia enjoys sew- ing and hopes to attend secre- tarial school and become a legal secretary. A likable per- son and a friend to all. Office Assistant 3, Faculty Secretary 3. MHS ALEXANDER PAPPAS 20 Oak Road Artistic Alex is known by his classmates for his original doodles drawn in class, enjoys model-making and record col- lecting. HUnquity Eclwi' Staff 2, Art Eclitor 3, Dramatic Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Iaz: Club 2, Screen Guild 3, Senior Play. JOHN POLLINI 226 Blue Hills Parkway A Latin enthusiast, john has become an authority on Roman culture. He hopes to major in anthropology and archaeology ia refresher course in spelling would help here, wouldnit it'Pl Latin Club 2, 3, Tennis 3. BIERRILL PORTNEY 20 Bonad Road "Skip" is interested in all sports and especially enjoys billiards and boating. After college he hopes to enter the fields of public relations and advertising. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Play, W'orlrl Affairs Club 2, Track, Manager 3. KENNETH W. POTTLE 2.08 Church Street Tall Duck, always smiling, is a friend to everyone. Enjoys all sports, especially swimming, basketball, and tennis. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, WILLIAM PRIMPAS 348 Truman Highway Quiet, friendly Bill is inter- ested in all sports, especially hydroplane racing. In 1961 he was voted to the Culf Hall of Fame for his outstanding achievements in outboard rac- ing. Is certain to be a success in college. STEPHANIE RAE 70 Grafton Avenue E e Pretty, perky Stephanie will x make a wonderful airline stew- , ardess. Is captain of her church l basketball team and also en- joys swimming. Future Honiemakers Club 3, Badminton. 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3. ROSE REYNOLDS 36 Wlood Street Friendly Rose is always will- ing to lend a helping hand. She hopes to become an airline stewardess or do secretarial Vvoflf. junior Recl.Cross 1, 2, 3, Nurse,s1Aitle 13' Nurse's Room 1, Tennis 2, Archery 2, 3. FRED RIBECK 67 Victoria Street Fred is interested in the field of art and hopes to make it his career, is also interested in chemistry, ice skating, and swimming. Art Club 2, 3. SUSAN RICHARDS 36 Holmes Lane Carefree Sue, always ready for mischief or a chance to have a good laugh. Enjoys summer sports and horseback riding. Hopes to go to art school and make art her career. Basketball 3. CHERYL E. ROBBINS 45 Aberdeen Road "Charlie,' is interested in all sports. Her plan for the future is to be a commercial artist. . Art Club 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Baclminton. 1. I963 DONALD ROCHE 8 Nahanton Avenue Independent Don, has a friendly and good-natured dis- position. Putters around cars in his spare time. Is a prospective member of the business World. E. ANTHONY RODCERS 1015 Metropolitan Avenue Tony is a sports enthusiast who plans to enter college after graduation. His favorite outside activity is skin diving. Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3. DORIS ROMAN 48 Washington Street 4 Doris has a cheerful smile for everyone and is active in many of our school functions. 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I 1 ' " A' .' 1 ' 1 1' - li 1' 1' " - 1 1 1 . - A 1 1 1 ' ' ' A1 ' . 1 1 .1 1 P 1 " ' . e 2 -' ' ,K 2 - 1 1 -1 A 1 1 Y 1 1 , . '. rj 1 Lg 11 l f ' -' 1 A-' ' I 1 '-z- 2.-' 21 L, -'- J 5 1 ' 1 g ' - ALAN SIMON 41 Lothrop Avenue Al plans to go to college and then to engineering school. Hc received a National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commen- dation. Chemistry Club 2, Math Club 2, 3, Screen Guild 3, Honor Roll eiglzt times. JANICE SMITH 135 Governors Road Ian plans to work after her M.H.S. days. Her outside in- terests include dancing and dramatics. Homeroom Delegate 3, Year- book Business Staff 3, Library Club 2, 3, Maiorettes 1, 2, 3, Basketball I. LAURENCE SMITH 107 Central Avenue "Pumpkin" plans to join the Marines or go to work after high school. Loves cars, water skiing and all sports. Glee Club 2, Track 2, VVre.st- ling 3. M. PATRICIA SMITH 90 Martin Road Pat plans to become an air- lines secretary after high school. She likes to bowl and belongs to C.Y.O., Pep Club, Volunteers, and Youth Club. Yearbook 3, Freneli Club 2, 3. BARBARA SOLOMON 65 Gulliver Street Barbara plans to go to Busi- ness School after graduation. She likes to take part in water sports. Library Club 1. MHS NANCY SOLOMON 58 Aberdeen Road Nancy plans to enter the teaching profession after gradu- ation. Loves to read, and is active in many sports. Latin Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Senior Play, Tennis 2, 3, Badminton 1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3. JUDITH SOOPER 93 Audubon Road Judy plans to attend college after graduation. A member of B'nai B'rith Girls and chairman of Senior Play Art Committee. Girls League Dramatic Corn- mittee 1, 2, Chairman 3, Office A.s'.s'i.s'tant 1, 3, Homeroom Dele- gate 2, 3, Art Club 2, Dramatic Club Z, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2. GORDON SPINNEY 10 Tucker Street 'cSpinv likes to ski, water ski, and bowl. He is a member of C.Y.O. and M.Y.C. Ski Club 3. ELLEN SPRINGER 108 Sumner Street Ellen plans to attend college after graduation. She likes bowling and water skiing, and is a member of Binai B'rith Girls. Dramatic Club 2, Freneli Club 2, Badminton 2, 3, Bas- ketball 3, Softball 2. RICHARD BI. SULLIVAN 23 Guilford Road i'Sully', plans to become a pharmacist. He likes to play golf, is a C.Y.O. oliicer, and an M.Y.C. member. Golf 2, 3. ROB RT SWEENEY 65 ,-overnors Road uToddlesU plans to go to col- lege after graduation. He has won trophies in the Babe Ruth League. French Club 35 Football 35 Baseball 15 Hockey 1. ANNE SWETT 41 Alvin Avenue Anne, a National Honor So- ciety member, plans to go to college after graduation. Anne was a delegate to Girls, State. French Club 25 'cEchoU 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Math Club 25 Bazlmintoi, 15 Archery 2, 35 Basketball I, 2, 35 Softball 1, 35 Honor Roll eight times. ROBERTA TALCOF 98 Lyman Road Friendly, outgoing Bobbie keeps busy with water skiing, bowling, the B.B.G. and the U.S.Y. Her horoscope predicts a college education after grad- uation. Dramatic Club 25 Latin Club 25 Badminton 35 Basketball 2, 3. HARRY TENOFSKY 65 Blue Hill Avenue Harry has kept our soccer and baseball squads taped to- gether. He is an early decision UMASSer. Worlzl Ayrairs Club 25 Soc- cer Managfr 35 Baseball Mana- ger 2, 35 .Ionor Boll twice. MICHAEL TOBIN 380 Truman Highway Mike could use 28-hour days. Always or. the go. Loves art and hopes to use it to good ad- vantage. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Softball 35 Art Club 2, 35 Nursefs' Room 15 jazz Club 25 Library Club 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Senior. Play5. Future Home- makers Club 35 Archery 35 Baclminiton 3. i963 EILEEN TOLLINS 39 Pope Hill Road Eileen, one of the stars of the Senior Play, loves all sports especially water skiing. Her of- fice of corresponding secretary to the B.B.C. takes up her spare time. Honzeroom Delegate 15 Latin Club 25 Senior Play5 Badminton 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Volley- ball 15 Softball 25 Honor Roll once. JOSEPH TORTORELLA 20 Barton's Lane joe's athletic prowess on M.H.S. teams will stand him in good stead when he enters the armed forces. Football 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2 3 .,, . PAUL TRACEY 338 Central Avenue Music-loving "Smokey,, is a jazz enthusiast. XVe wish him an abundance of music with which to enjoy his future life. SUSAN TREHUB 23 Blue Hill Terrace Sue is one of those admirable girls who do volunteer work with children. Besides working at Children's Hospital, Sue en- joys skating and bowling. After graduation, she hopes to attend business school. Badminton 1, 35 Basketball 35 Softball 35 Pep Club 35 Fu- ture Homemalcers Club 3. IRENE VALLIER 9 Pilgrim Road Quiet, studious Bonnie is looking forward to attending l.B.M. Business School after graduation and then going into the business world. She enjoys sports, especially bowling. Softball 35 Library Club 35 Nurses Aide 15 Batllminton. 35 Archery 2, 35 Tennis 2. Y PHYLLIES VAN NESTE 55 Governors Road National Honor Society inein- ber, Phyllis is headed for more honors at Radcliffe. "Ecl10v 2, 3, French Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Badminton 1, Softball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, French Honor Society 2, Honor Roll eight times. ANDREA VOCEL 10 Craig Street Conseientious Andy hopes to attend college after graduation. Has great desire to be a Busi- ness Course Teacher. Skiing, skating and secretarial. work make for a very Versatile young lady. Never too busy to lend a hand. Office Assistant 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Bazlminton. 2, Honor Roll seven. times. JOSEPH VOCEL 37 Lothrop Avenue Big, good-natured 'KTurksy,, is very popular because of his cheerful attitude. If youlrc looking for him, try the nearest ear that needs fixing. After graduation he plans to enter the service. C. BRUCE WALKER 39 Lyrnan Road All sports interest Bruce, es- pecially football, basketball, water skiing, and wrestling. A place in drafting school awaits him after graduation, XVrestling 2. GAIL WALLER 85 YVarren Avenue Gail is one of those popular, well-liked girls that have no trouble mixing and adjusting. ln the winter look for her at the rink enjoying her favorite sport, skating. Her attitude and ease with people should help her in junior college. Office A.s'sistant 3, Dramatic Club 1, Nur.s'e'.s- Aide 3, Bad- minton 3, MHS RICHARD WARD 62 Huntington Road "Ricoh plans to work. Likes all kinds of sports. Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate l. JORDAN WARSHAFSKY 2.6 Lothrop Avenue A dabbler in aeronautics, jordan plans to go to college. He also enjoys bowling and swinnning. Latin Club 2, Wfrrlcl Affairs Club 2, Screen Guilcl 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2. MARILYN WEINBERC 250 Blue Hill Avenue Marilyn changed schools in her senior year, fortunately for us. Any school would be proud to have her as a member. Her outside interest is skating, and her future plans arc to become a medical secretary. KENNETH WEINER 436 Central Avenue Fun-loving Ken is heading for college. His interests are in the Science Museum, Y.M.H.A., and swinnning. Vlfrestling 2, Cros-S-country 2, Homeroom Delegate 3, Screen Guild 3, XVorld Affairs Club 2. ARLENE WERNER 45 Annapolis Road Bubbly Arlene wants to be a pianist. Her membership in U.S.Y. and her work in the library have kept her busy, but she still finds the time to help handicapped children and to work on the Yearbook. Basketball 1, 2, Baclniinton 1, Screen Guild 1, 2, 3, Or- L'llUSfl'll 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Softball 1, Band 1, Yearbook 3, Honor Roll once. C. DAVID WESTHAVER 11 Spafford Road Blond, blue-eyed UXVestyv is a golf enthusiast. He also likes swimming and is interested in Boy Scouts. His plans are to go to college. Golf 3. JOHN WHALEN 11 Antwerp Street If he can tear himself away from his 57 Pontiac, john will continue his schooling. DAWN WHEALAN 101 Emerson Road HMiss Personalityf' known to everyone hy her pleasant smile, enjoys swinnning and skating. Is sure to he a success in any field she chooses. Frencb Club 25 Softball 15 Badminton. 15 Library Club 25 Library Assistant 25 Glee Club 25 Nursefs Aicle 1, 25 Yearbook 35 Office Assis-ant 35 Girls League Hospitality Conznzittee 35 Baslcetball 3. DIANA WILLIS 27 Nancy Road Award-Winning Diana - French Honor Society, National Honor Society, National Merit Scholarship and A. A. T. F. French I prize - plans a career in math or science. M.H.S. loses a prize possession! French Club 25 "Ecbov 2, Eclitor-in-Chief 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Badminton 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 35 Math Club 35 Honor Boll eight times. IEANNE Woons 45 Concord Avenue Active Jeanne, secretary of our Girls League, wants to he a gym teacher. Active on the Youth Club council. Basketball 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Badminton 25 Latin Club 25 French Club 35 Nursels Aide 25 Student Council 35 Tennis 25 A Cappella Cboir 25 Horne- roorn- Delegate 2, President 35 Honor Roll once. IRMELA WULKOW 14 Grafton Avenue Irmela will he returning to her native Germany after a ycar of American education. NVe wish her well. PAUL C. YOUNG 89 Blue Hill Avenue :Tall Pauli' likes baseball and fishing. Plans to go to college. Arriving at Milton High School too late to be photographed, but happily for us not too late to graduate, are: EDWARD F. CURRY, JR. BEVERLY A. LEAVITT 71 St. Ma1'y's Road and 520 Brook Road To every member of the Class of 1963: Best wishes from the Faculty of Milton High School Farewell Message From ll of Lls to All of You Your future success depends on your attitudes and actions of your entire school life. Our aim has always been to guide you. Itis still a long road, but we trust that at least you are on the road. We Wish you Well. Your Guidance Counselors it X! it it it We wish the Senior Class success and happiness and hope that we have somehow contributed to your complete education. Come back any time for a friendly chat or a pleasant songfest. Your Music Department if ik XX ik ik 'cLe bilingue, non seulement enrichit son bagage intellectuel, social et culturel de facon etonnante par son contact de plein pied avec deux cultures differentes, mais aussi sa connaissance intime des differences entre les deux lui permet de comprendre beaucoup mieux et d,accepter avec plus de tolerance les idiosyncrasies quiil rencontrera au cours de son existence? Your Foreign Language Department it ik ft 5 it We hope that you will retain your interest in science and keep abreast of the more important scientific discoveries which will be made by your age group in only a few years. If you go on to college, we shall appreciate hearing about your science courses, and your suggestions for improvements in our own courses will be most welcome. Your Science Department 62 We can think of no words more fitting for you, our seniors, than those of Emerson: UGO forth into the busy world and love it, interest yourself in its life, mingle with its joys and sorrows, try what you can do for others rather than what you can make them do for you, and you will know what it is to have friendsf, Your English Department it ik fi il' lik KOur Todays and Yesterdays are the blocks with which we build our Tomorrowsf, Your Industrial Arts Department CY tx it it it . . he that is of a merry heart hath a continual feastf, Proverbs XV, 15. He that loves truth and logic lives in a sunlight, clasping the Hand of God and his fellow man. Your Mathematics Department it 43.2 it 1? G The right to be an individual, within the bounds of law and reason, is your most fundamental freedom. Guard it well against all forces - either from without or within - which would form you in a common mold. Your Social Studies Department U if iii il ii We often seem to emphasize the notion of amaking a livingv, let us al- ways remember that it is infinitely more important to know 'chow to livef, Your Business Department ID ik fi Q "The level of hvsical mental moral and sniritual fitness of ever p , a 7 a I y American citizen must be our constant concernf, - President Kennedy Your Physical Education Department if '13 ik ik '43 c'Vita brevis, ars longaf' - Hippocrates Life is short, art is long. Your Art Department 63 Pfffsfffm ffff 'kzw dar A955 Q- E d 3 Court - MOST .sgvh ' I7 .:,,qVE::i:,,E: :ZI 5 9 Sldlpab i W W ff-P v Q' mx f W f PuPuLARlQ!Q is W if li 2 ' arbara 50b g A J gf? M. Bello Maclntyrc 7 N L4 YQ . may MOST MISCHIEVOUS Mus V,, , lm gMurphy nw, w A Kifhyi V O fx 5 vWd"5'fe Gall' v Q YifS5xDQSf5Q5"!Kwvfn Geller' A , 1 1 ,11 rgff , Q22 , M"E Beer ACTOR Donna X M ACTRESS Cummirlgs E -X 5 Grahamf -Q, 1 S615 T ,-."' i'1'j'f -' T 'A'. Q A'22'. j Izul T .L ':-'.' 3 . ,-E' 3 ,g.. A g I I V -'-:f 2 fx T T J, T Ml TU 1 P lder TSN Linda 7 fm 0 QQQEWCM - 1 xx-A Balcom QQ T T I Dick 2 H Q Q- T PCL mam ANCERS wi Cadigan LETS GIT L? S1'eve Hahn K! I S A nf mm ' '11A 52 - ,.,,.,, ..,,. SES g y, Blake T TQ T I - LOOKING if DFW. D Hi ,xii Kgjginna STHLETTE f ""f'i"9?Q7D i Jane Gallivan S+eve Gr ley :Th Brabazon CLASS ARTISTS 35llZ'N7lff' LY T0 T if SUCCEED :S:g:E -fS2L -S KEEUQIT IC f WIT , J 1 In Will September October November December january February March May June Memories To summer fun We said "Good-bye" And at last were SENIORS at Milton High Victories on Saturdays We did make Under Captain Graham . . . and Captain Blake. During this month We held our electiong Jeffrey Rubman was our Presidential selection. "Big-hearted Herbertf, With cheers of delight Was viewed by us one memorable night. And then John Thomas joined our ranks To him We owe a vote of thanks. The rain poured down on the Turkey Day game But the Whiz Kids came through with oodles of fame VVe ducked around corners and hid behind doors As Miss Foster patrolled every one of our floors Gaiety lasted all month . . . the reason? Parties and proms and the Holiday Season. Good old Saturday S. A. T. Wfith everyone hoping for 793. With stars like Norm and Dick and Pete VVe did pretty Well at every track meet. Mid-years and midnight oil a,burning Hoping to jam in some last-minute learning. VVhen pictures came back we laughed out loudg VVhat odd-looking people We had in our crowd. Milton was host to the state Wrestling squads And finished second, overcoming the odds. 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Please Patronize Our Friends - 1 BOOSTERS Please Patromze Our Fnends 1 1 r 1 r r Ar 1 rs 1' Xlrs 1nd Xl1s md Vlls md Mrs Iuh 111 5 md Xdls md X115 NI 1111112 Abr xms Iosqph P Angclom L20 B Albclt Alex 1112lLr Ccorge Archlllw Fr111l1 I Arr1go 111cl Tov Crflft md M1s X211 to11 S B1l1e1 Le-0112 H B111cl111p M 11L B mclrup H B ll moxx slu Xlxs I11g1E Bush XII' 111d Xlrs Thom IS F Cuhg Cintor s Cla 111ers N11 lflfl Mrs I' XV C1l1fOll XI1 md Xlrs Fr111L1s I C1111 XI1 md M1s AlJ1 1l1 1m Qfuvu Vllss Sh1rlev C1ve Ce-ntr 11 L lllllClI'X C211t1 11 Av21111e hood VI 1rk2t Dr II uolcl Clme Clow r D111 f 'III B ITOHG s B 1rlJer Shop Nlr r 1 r 1 1 r 1 1 X IS Mr 1nd M1s 111d Xlrs md Mrs 1nd Mrs md Mrs md M1s 111cl Mrs 1HCl M1s md X11s Irxmq Bello Slllliil -I Bloom Cl11111c2 WV Bowlgy I1m1s I B1 1h 1zo11 Don 11d B Br ulshfm M lmlf B1 ol111 Iohn I Bros11111 M wo E Blow 11 XVllll1Il'1 I Buch III 111 H uolcl Burh 11111 md B118 A1112 It Burm tt N11 md XI1s Iohr1I Coffew XI1 md Mrs Albert C ole-tt1 N11 111d X41s Fr 11121s Courtmx Xlr Hou 1rd Crow ell Clllllll11H fs Nlr md M1s Pnch 11cl F C1111v C1 11th1 1 s Y 1111 Shop NI Loulsc DIVIS X11 ll1Ll Nhs Rox C D1tt111111 Xllss Nelhv D1w2s Please Patronlze Our Frlends M12 1 '.4. 1'2 4' " 2 1 2 . 1' M '. 2 1 " . 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