Milton High School - Echo Yearbook (Milton, MA)

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.,,.f---1 ...-V.--.for-"'r"""' . . ,,,..w,, I' -- ,-v ,f-v,..v"-..1..s-uf'-"',.af"d-""? 'K ,hy-H"'n'?'f?"1' '71 . y.gg,.,g5-,1 ' A - ----- H- M, ff- U, ,,...--f---- ,Z Z""" f:,..,.. .1 af: -'1 gf, . - ,-44pw5If"fg -2' is ,.4 . , 9,4 f -f 7' . 'J 1 ., , , ,4 .4 . , ' f 1 il I Prologue "Growth is the only evidence of life Contents Prologue - - - I Faculty - 7 Activities - I3 Sports - 39 Seniors - 55 Sponsors - 93 Epilogue - - I l 2 f The Yearbook of the Senior Class MIL T Y ' lf, , I li i THE ECHO I964 Milton High School MASSACHUSETTS I V With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth Godns work must truly be our own. From Inaugural Address of John Fitzgerald Kennedy 9 Principafs Message Mr. E. Francis Kane My sincere congratulations to a most outstanding class, the graduating class of 1964. The renovation of our school and the large addition in the form of a new wing, made possible by the generosity of your parents and citizens of the town, has not made your task an easy one with bulldozers, cranes, and airham- mers ever present for the past two school years. Yet you have accepted these challenges and crowded conditions with a cooperative attitude and attained great heights in every endeavor. You have set a iine example for the succeeding classes who will enjoy these splendid new facilities which are now nearing completion. As you go on to college or enter the business world you are well prepared to meet the challenges of an ever increasing complex adult life. Be not dis- mayed with the constant reminder of unemployment and the dislocations caused by automation. Your high school career has been the mere beginning. An understanding faculty has taught you the right answers, the right attitudes, the right way of thinking, and perhapsiimore important, you have learned there is yet so much more to learn, so much more to know, and so much more of yourself to give for the welfare of others. s .X 4. i We are confident of your success. 6 -ig .":fb 1 'I ' K, 5 S 1 ' - I X A ,Hg 7 i 'Q 1,41--"fir x 5 . .1-4f1'9"fZfN S, , ,,,A X " A vw h efqgyh : w .2-1 iff ,- '?'i'.T'9 i515 g 9 PE 'M -Y f ' Q 1 2 ff ,f 4 K, i Um ACLILTY h - i ENGLISH MISS CAVE MR, FIDLER MISS ALBRET MISS HEISSEREP. MISS DYAS MR. BAKER MRS. GOLDMAN MISS ROBINSON MISS NELSON MR. TRACY ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL MR. IXJULLIN BUSINESS MRS. SMITH MISS ELZBUT MISS DESIN'IOND MISS JOHNSTON MR. CAENIE MR. CANNON Faculty FOREIGN LANGUAGE MIss SHULTZ MRS. DONALDSON MISS FARREN MR. ENGBORG DR. MISS CHADXVICK SANTOSUOSSO MR. CROXVELL INDUSTRIAL ARTS MISS DAWES MRS. CALLAHAN MR. SHUTE MR. BAILEY MRS. ROLAND MR. CARROLL GUIDANCE MRS. HAYER fSecI'etaI'yQ MISS MILLER MR. ARCHIBALD MR. RABIACORTI PHYSICAL EDUCATION MHS. BELKIN MR. LAPYVORTH MISS HANLEY MR. RAYMOND MR. RYAN MATHEMATICS MR. TARDIFF MR. SXELL MISS DEPOYAN MR. BRENNAN SCIENCE I MR HAINIILTON MB. PEDERSEN MR. SINIITH MR. CREIGHTON MR. CAMPBELL MISS WILEY MB. COLBY Faculty SOCIAL STUDIES MR. MCCABE Mlss FOSTER MR. NEYVINS MR. KENT MR. CORP MR. GADAIRE MR. JEXNINGS SPECIAL SUBJECTS MR. ALEXANDER QAIU MRS. PILE fLibraryj MR. MULLIN MR. TATRO fMusicj READING MR. SHEA DEVELOPMENTAL MRS. BUCHANAN AUDIO-VISUAL Mlss WAGONER SPECIAL STUDENTS MISS BENSON Faculty DRIVER EDUCATION MR. DUNBAR NURSE MRS. DAVIS OFFICE SECRETARIES Mas. MCCUSKER 12 MRS. ARCANA ,wk 521'7', . - F HH -. Y " - N" " sfx ' ':-Q M' s 'i 2,5 'S' , li M fv' ml, ,,, ' t Y A-I2 , i'f 'E-n?3' ,.iffll T Z Af F' 12 f FALL T- fy? M51 if 7 ' 1? . 1 'I Tl ITIE N V Front Row: Lee McGowan, lliarylaine Trombley, Joan Plummer, Naomi Eisenstadt, Judy Lansky, Martha McGowan, Erna Stengel, Ellen Jones. Second Row: Ronald Sidman, Stephen Cappers, James Hankey, Kevin O'Donnel1, Paul Canpers Ronald Enholm, Alan Fink Gordon VVillis National Honor Society About one student in every twenty makes the National Honor Society. "HonorD is their middle name - and it is a distinct honor to place their picture first among all school activities. Chosen by their teachers and princi- pal for excellence in academic achieve- ment, high quality of leadership, sin- cerity of purpose, and devotion to the high standards of Milton High School, they have all earned for themselves the singular distinction of membership in the Milton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society. It is encouraging to note that each year, since establishment of our chapter, membership has increased. The individ- ual, the school, and the community all benefit as this number grows. We, the editors, congratulate the members of the Society and trust that they will in- spire Sophomores and juniors to mem- bership. Front Row: Debra Tilrlen, Naomi Eisenstadt, Cheryl Gamin, Joan Plummer, Joan Mirkin, Deborah Pitnof, Martha McGowan, Barbara Solomon. Second Row: Terri Kovack, Iris Garnerman, Marylaine Trornbley, Judith Lansky, Stephen Cappers. Arthur Telegen, Ronald Siclman, Lee McGowan, Erna Stengel, Ellen Jones, Diane Randall. Third Row: Gerald Goldschmidt, Kevin 0'Keeffe, Alan Fink, Robert Powers, Paul Cappers, Kevin O'Donnel1, Ronald Suffers. James I-Iankey, Gordon XVi1lis. Senior Honor Roll With courses becoming more compre- hensive and difficult each year because of the demands of our era, students necessarily find it more difficult to maintain honor grades throughout their high school careers. Nevertheless, by consistent hard-Work and persistent ef- fort, our best students do maintain these high standards. Reflecting glory on themselves, their families and their school are our Senior Honor Roll stu- dents. Along With the National Honor Society these students are the cream of Milton High School. They are more than all-A studentsg they are all-A citi- zens. Front Row: Deborah Pitnof, Naomi Eisenstadt. Martha NlcC-.ouan Pliylis Iieberman Rhonda Dobrou Erna Stengel. Second Row: Claire Sigel, Mai aiet Lamb Ellen Jones John Petersen Ronald Peterson, Jane Murdock, Mary Lang, .Ieralyn Needel Third Row -xilene Pearlstem Leslie Brittan Lois Kullen, Rona Reinstein, Linda Zundell, Igaty Chapman P y -xlcoin Barbara Solomon Yearbook Literary Staff Recording the activities and accomp- lishments of three hundred twenty-five seniors has been the job of the Year- book Staff. What Was it Churchill said about: uNever have so many owed so much to so fewv? The Writeups, the captions, the pictures didn,t just hap- peng they are the result of the hard Work of a few conscientious, capable mem- bers of the Class of 1964. Front Row: Janet Larson, Paula Maffeo, Elaine DiMascio, Ronald Enholm, Sandra Epstein, Jane Utley- Second Row: Linda Lewis, Audrey Cotreau, Theresa Palingo, Robert McCusker, Claire Abdelahad, Loretta DiBiase, Joan Kantaros. Third Row: Gretchen Greeley, Mary Nicholson, Marylaine Trornbley, Joyce Lennon, Donna Krumin, Sue I-Iackley. Yearbook Business Staff 17 The difference between What you pay for a yearbook and what it costs to print it has to be raised by our very capable Yearbook Business Staff. They begin in September and they never stop till your book is paid for. Keeping after advertisers, selling popcorn, pro- moting tickets for the Senior Play - these and so many other ways are used by the Y. B. S. to guarantee you a good book. Front Row: Joan Kantaros, Nancy Kornetsky, Sue Hackley. Lee McGowan. Joan Plummer. Second Row: Judith Lansky, Alan Fink, Paul Capps-rs, Kevin O'Dounel1. Gordon XYii1is, Marla Ne-edel, Editor Gerry Goldschmidt, pictured below. Echo Staff Twice a year the students of M. H. S. are treated to a prize-Winning magazine. The literary talent of the School is poured into the fall and spring issuesg result: great reading in depth. The editors of the ECHO have never been satisfied with anything but excellence. Congratulations on maintaining the high standard you have set for yourselves. 18 DRAMATIC CLUB Front Row: A. Barrett, D, Tilden, H. Dworkin, E. Rosenlalatt, C. Iutrone. M. Neeclel, D. Gilbert, C. Gamni, J. Larson. Secfnd How: D. Seliroder, R. Dobrow, J. Cox. M. McGowan, M. Lzunlm, J. Neerlel, S, Atran, L. Lewis, S. Mummey. Third Rox: J. Mirkin. N. Berger, I. Gamerman. E. Jones, L. McGowan, D. XVluka, R. MrCuske1', M. Nicholson, R. Donahed, S. Hackley, M. Coyle, B. Gotz, S. Beck. El. DiMasci0. K. Norman, D. Neiman. Fourth Row: C. Farrington. C, Manak, J, Coaker, D. O'Donnell, K. OlDonnell, P. Grippers, D. Pierce, R. Smith, J. Petersen, L. Brittan. Dramatic Club and Thespians The playls the thingl Makeshitt rehearsal areas, unfamiliar stages, uncertainty - all these did not faze members of the Dramatic Club or the National Thespian Troupe 2209. They feasted on misfortune and thrived on crises. The show must go on - and it did. NATIONAL THESPIAN TROUPE NO. 2209 Front Row: Martha McGowan, lX'lE11'g'Ell'9l. Lamb, Jeralyn Needel, Sami-a Atran. Second Row: David W'lukzi, Robert MoCusker, Mary Nicholson, Ralph Donabed. 19 Front Row: Martha McGowan, Joan Plumme S 1 R R 11 E1 1 I OI ff Besides being a governing body, the Student Council seeks to provide the students With information and enter- tainment. It has sponsored an assembly in which the members of the Senior Class could hear the candidates for class office speak on personal qualifications and matters of importance concerning the Senior Class. It has sponsored the annual Sophomore Breakfast, and cake sale in the fall, besides earning money by having members sell candy at bas- ketball games. We are grateful to the members Whose unselfish efforts have made our years at Milton so rewarding. Front Row: Lee McGowan, Kevin O'Donne11, Ronald Sidrnan, Judith Cox, Christina XVa1ker, Barbara Solomon. Second Row: Carol Introne, Lois Kullen, Barry Polonsky, Robert Cadigan, Robert Allan, Alan Fink, Linda Lewis. Jane Murdock. Home Room Delegation Co-sponsors of the Sophomore Break- fast, promoters of the Junior Dinner, producers of the February Talent Show and late semester Hootenanny - these and a host of other activities Were at- tended to by members of the Horne- room Delegation. This group truly represents the Will of the students and has done an excellent job in 1968-64 for its fellow students. 21 Front Row: Janet Foster, Christina VVaIker, Evely Scribner, '65g Marcia Morgan, '65. Second Row: June VVi1son. Miriam Payne. Mary Coyle, Nancy Koi-netsky. Library Club The Library Club's interest is to add enjoyment to reading and make it a pleasure rather than a chore. The Library Club is experimenting this year with the paper-back book store. These books, which cover a variety of subjects, are available to the students at nominal cost. Funds received are being put towards a scholarship. The officers of the 1968-64 Library Club are: Christina Walker, President, Evelyn Scribner, Vice-president, janet Foster, Secretary, Marcia Morgan, treasurer. Under their direction, activi- ties including a Christmas tea, a Valen- tine party, and a picnic to climax the year, have been held. t Row: Diane Slip, Ellen Jones, Nancy Kornetsky, Marla Needel. Second Row, Joan Mirkin, NI cia Ganter, Judith Lansky, Rhonda Dobrow Library Assistants Milton High School boasts a superb library. In five years it has grown from non-existence to the Well-stocked, neat- ly arranged shelves that have helped all students learn better and know more. Keeping the permanent books intact and in order, and operating the popular paperback book store have kept Mrs. Pile,s library assistants a very busy group. Front Row: Jeralyn Needel, Mary Lang, Christina Walker Wfarylame TromLlex Lorrell Johnson Gretchen Greeley, Phylis Lieberman. Second Ron Barbara Huffam Ioan If8'lCB.l os Laney Ixornetskx Katy Chapman, Lee McGowan. Ellen Jones, Barbara Qtern Debra T116'en Martha McGowan Girls League Every M. H. S. activity is a busy one, but the Girls League must rate among the most active. Under Miss Miller the League planned and conducted the big dances of the year and the highly ap- plauded Motliersi Tea. On the practical side the girls contributed to the annual Girls League scholarship fund to benefit a deserving college-bound graduate. FRENCH CLUB Front How: Jeralyn Neeclel, Cheryl Gamm, Martha McGowan. Sue Hackley. Lee McGowan, Erna Stengel, Deborah Pitnof, Marla Neeclel, Barbara Solomon, Second Row: Roberta Blat-ker, Diane Randall. Naomi Eisenstadt, Doreen Fine, Joan Plummer, Debby Lynn. Carol Introne, Barbara Huffam. Rhonda Dobrow, Diane Filbert, Beverly Kerner. Third Row: Peggy Lamb, Nancy Canter, Marylaine Tronibley, Rona Reinstein, Linda Zundell, Paula Mazeika, Pat Klehni, Jerry Lunt, Linda Shapiro. Terri Kovack, Sandra Macdonald. French Club The French Club had an ambitious program this year: French newspaper printed by the members, dinner in a French restaurant, French movies and plays, and presentation of skits representing life and culture in France made for a variety-packed year. The French Honor Society, chosen for continuing excellence in French and all subjects, reflects great honor on the Foreign Language Department and Milton High School. FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: Martha McGowan, Joan Plummer, Judith Lansky, Erna Stengel, Deborah Pitnof. Second Row: Gordon SVillis, Alan Fink, Gerald Goldschmiclt. 25 Front Row: Elizabeth Allison, Paula Maffeo, Arlene Pearlstein, 'xlervl Thurman Nancy Be1 61 Elaine DiMascio, Judy Bourne. Second Row: Helen Dwoi-kin, Barbara 'Stein Carol Rasmussen Dianne Dolan. Claire Abdelahad, Sharon Mower, Jane Utley. Third Rom Chris Manak Tom Pilla Rlchaicl Morris, Peter Fall, Stephen O'Neill, Russ Fortier. Art Club members enjoyed trips to the Museum of Fine Arts, Brandeis Uni- versity, the Boston Globe exhibit, and to various school art club exhibits. Keep- ing our corridor Walls adorned with award-Winning masterpieces has also been an important function of the M. H. S. Art Club. Mr. Alexanderis en- thusiasm for things artistic is a key in- gredient for the success the club enjoys. Club 26 BAND Front Row: Bonnie Palter, June YVilson, Robert Tatro, Hazel Howes, Dorothea Schroder. Second Row: David Aieta, John Petersen, Paul Foster, Ralph Donabed, Richard Ziegler. Band and Glee Club Music for Milton High School - indoor and outdoor - has been provided by the M.H.S. Band under Mr. O'Donnell, and the Glee Club under Mr. Tatro. Exchange concerts and the all-instrument concert at Pierce gave much pleasure to members and audiences. The Christmas program this year, with Paul Mitchell as narrator, featured both gay and solemn holiday music. With practice sessions flimited to one period a day in makeshift Room 223, and an hour a week before school in the early morning, both the Band and the Glee Club did a marvelous job this year. GLEE CLUB Front Row: Beverly Bloom, Joan Kantaros, Sonja Jensen, Sally Mummey, Debra Tilden, Claire Sigel. Second Row: Donna VViner, Terri Kovack, Rona Reinstein, Marjorie Lunt, Barbara Gotz, Mary Coyle. Ellen Yanoff, Judith Greenburg. Third Row: Robert McCusker, Ralph Donabed, Paul Foster, Robert Tatro, Paul Nangeroni. 27 Front Row: Allan Tatel, Robert Smith, Robert Powers, Stephen Cappers. Second Row: Kendall Allen, Melvyn Peltz, Ralph Donabed. Screen Guild The Screen Guild plays an essential role in Milton High. The members of the Screen Guild, under the leadership of Robert Smith, chief technician, are re- sponsible for the operation and maintenance of! the audio-visual aids throughout the building. Their knowledge and skill of all such equipment makes it possible for students to gain a better understanding of such subjects as biology, chemistry and English and it is their "behind-the-scenesv Work which make all school func- tions complete and enjoyable. The teachers, above all, are deeply indebted to the valuable services which the Screen Guild affords. Similarly in the audio-visual Held is Mr. Hamiltonis 8 mm. Movie Club. 8 MDI MOVIE CLUB Tulman, Robert Smith, 28 Front Row: Melvyn Peltz lr Hamilton. Second Row: Michael NURSES AIDES Front Row: Jane Hayward, Phylis Lieberman, Mary Coyle. Arlene Pearlstein. Nancy Kornetsky, Joan Mirkin, Cheryl Camm. Second Row: Paula Maffeo, Beatrice Shields, Iris Garnerman, Katy Chapman, Peggy Alcorn. Claire Abdelahad, Lee Plotnick, Nancy Canter, Paula Manowitz. urse's Aides and Bloodmobile The girls pictured on this page have volunteered many hours and dedi- cated their many talents towards one objective: helping people get Well and stay well. They hold and deserve, an honored place in the community. BLOODMOBILE Front: Mary Coyle. Rear Sandy De-Vore, Dianne Dolan, Sally Murnmey. 29 CONCESSIONS UNDER MR. CARNIE Front Row: Sandra Macdonald, Sue Hackley, Carol Introne, Elaine Dillascio, Joan Kantaros. How: Janet Kennedy, Lois Kullen, Cheryl Farrington, Marjorie- Lunt, Debby Lynn. Joan Concessions Profits from selling hot dogs, collee, cokes, and programs at football are turned over to the Yearbooks financial adviser Who in turn sees that a and better Yearbook is published. Long hours of hard Work, often in the cold, have never erased the cheery smiles nor silenced the pleasant sounds concessionaires. A tip of the chapeau to you all. CONCESSIONS UNDER MR. CREIGHTON Front Row: Beatrice Shields, Paula Maffeo, Claire Abrlelhazl, Janet Foster. Second Row lXIcCusker, Henry VVifholm, Peter Fall, Mr. Creighton. Second Bottari. games bigger biting of our : Robert 30 Front Row: Leslie Brittan. Susan Parrott, Pliylis Lieberman Rilph Donaberl Eliza eth Pierce nne Barrett, Cynthia Panzica, Janet Larson. Second Ron Terri loxach Robert Allan John Petersen Brad Burgess, Henry XYifholm. Ronald Peterson DdY1fl Vllula Robert lXlCCuskei Dorothea Scliiodei Debating Club One of the new clubs started this year is the Debating Club under the direction of Mrs. Goldman. The elected officers are Ralph Donabed, president. Phylis Lieberman, vice-president, and Betsey Pierce, secretary. Throughout the year different groups Within the club have presented debates on current topics, With nieinbers of the club acting as judges. Actually this is a year of forming the Club and building for the future. As we go to press We are negoti- ating with other schools for future de- hates. Front Row: C. Colombo, J. McGrath, M. Dobson, B. Nugent, J. Bottari. M. Roche. A. Cotreau. N Mahoney. Second Row: D. Reveny, M. Laffan, P. Karsh, M. O'Neil1, T, Palingo. N. Gardiner, S Devore, C. Murphy, C. Raditch, J. Hayward. Third Row: L. Plotnick, L. DiBiase, M. Alcorn Harkins, A. Simpson, J. Flynn. E, McDermott, K. Grant, J. Burke, J. Dwyer, B. Bloom. Future Homemakers of America The Milton High chapter of the Future Homemakers of America is, this year, besides being one of the most ac- tive clubs in the school, the largest chapter of its kind in the state, having 130 members. In November, the FHA of Milton were represented at the state convention. In December it was a candlelight initiation ceremony and Mothers, Tea. May they live always up to their motto: TOWARDS NEVV HORIZONS. 32 , E Front Row: Nancy Leisher, Lois Kulien, Arthur Hail, Edward Holhd e Baibaia Huffarn Nlaiy Lang Second Row: Patricia Coughlin, Mary Nicholson, Cynthia Lien, Cherxl Farrm ton Janet Ixeinedy Janice Marad. Third Row: Sandra Macdonald, Gretchen Greeley Robert Cadi an Roiert Powers Joseph LaCroix, Susan Hackley, Linda Lewis. Ski Up at 4:00 a.1n.l Aching bones all day Monday! Forgetting money, bus tickets, and Wax! Broken skis, snow- White derrieres, Wind-burn! Sound like fun? It sure is! For sheer good fellow- ship, a barrel of fun, and a million laughs - you,d have had ,ein all if you had joined the M.H.S. Ski Club. Club 33 LATIN CLUB Front Row: Judith Lanksy, Miss Shultz, Joan Mirkin. Second Row: Iris Garnerman, Rona Reinstein, Latin Club The purpose of the Latin Club is to instill in interested students a love for the classical and an appreciation of all the humanities through a knowledge of Latin culture . . . and to have a lot of fun while doing it. Math Club V Activities of the Math Club include: participation in math and science fairs, trips to computer labs, films on new phases of math. Their largest project this year Was a slide rule class offered to students. MATH CLUB Front Row: Eliot Gilbert, Stephen Cappers, Arthur Telegen, Ronald Suffers, Ronald Sidman, Hazel Howes. Harold Fienberg. Second Row: Allan Tatel, Christopher Manak, Gerald Goldschmidt, Edward McCarthy, Arnold Kaplan, Joseph LaCroix, Melvin Katz, Eugene Murphy. Third Row: James Coaker, Daniel Berry, Kevin Regan, Gerald Binder, Paul Cappers, John McNulty, Kevin O'Keeffe, Gordon VVillis. Terri Kovaek, 34 Front Row: Melvyn Feliz, Robert Smith. Second Row: Richard Leblanc, Stephen Ruttenbe-rg, '65 Language Lab The Language Lab Technicians, who keep our lab in good repair, are an important part of the foreign language program at Milton High School. Their job is to repair booths, head sets, microphones, and to aid teachers and students in their use of the lab. Facult and Office ecretaries The hundreds of errands that have to be done and the thousands of pages that have to he typed and duplicated - these are accomplished quickly and ef- Hciently by our secretaries and assistants. FACULTY SECRETARIES Front Row: B. Shields, M, Magnet, B. Bloom, N, Mahoney. Janet LaCroix, R. Dee-ly, K. Robertson. Second Row: D. Keveny, P. Laffan. L. Kerner, N. Berger. M, Nicholson, B. Gotz, S, Devore, D. Randall. Third Row: .l. Lennon, L. Jolinson, E. McDermott, I. Schwalbe, D. Little, J. Flynn, E. Connolly. 2 GUIDANCE ASSISTAXTS Front Row' A. Barrett, M. McGowan, M. Lamb, C. Vl'alker, M, Lunt, B. Huffani, P. Lielierrnan, Second Row: L. Brittan, J, Murdock, N, Trombley, L, Johnson, E. Jones, T. Kovack, G, Greeley E, Rosenblatt. OFFICE ASSISTANTS Front Row: C. Ganim. P. Matteo, E, Jones, N. Malmney. D. Fine, G. Simmons, E. Hosenblatt, D. Randall. Second Row: BI. Nicholson, .l. Lennon, Hacliley, C. Farrington. K, Grant, Ill. Payne, M. Alcorn. J. Kennedy. D. YYiner, ,I 36 Qi 1 as ii? 5 Q K A More Honors for Milton NATIONAL 'MERIT AXVARDS Seated: Kevin O'Donne11. Stand- ing: Arthur Telegen, Gordon XVillis, Joan Plummer. Diane Randall and Ilene Schwalbe Won the Aquinas Sec- retarial Contest for South Shore communities. Ioan Plummer, National Merit F inalist, chats with fellow honor students. TYPING AXVARDS Left to right: Diane Randall, Ilene Schwalbe. if .ww V- 3,2-ff' ' ' si' . -' X, ,HN ' 4"' W' u ,A-,pq -N Q, B ?5 mqqmeffwifir-,.211hI '- B. , 1. I - . AWLV ' .. ,5 k . I , Nagy., .HP ,- , A x L I f-gf-I Wi? 19 ? fi lf1 : f ?i?i?f " f g.E I.: PM 2 fy'-gif - ff igi i3+? I 1 1 ' U 1 AW P RT :-.1 BAY STATE LEAGUE CHAMPICDNS I963 1 f L v 3 x 2 E I E Z 5 Z 1 i Q E 3 4 i E 1 I FOOTBALL QSENIORSD Front Row: Mr. Ryan, Pete Lievi, Tom Grogan, Dave VVhite, Mark DeCarli, John Blake Paul Smith Joe Sidoti, Bruce Ryan, Dennis Brogna, Mr. Lapworth. Second Row: Mr. Tardiff Dick Mahoney Paul Mitchell, John Gioiosa, Mr. Brennan. Goff. Bob Cadigan. Jack Martinelli, Art Hall. Bob LeCla1r Jim Hankey Ed Football Awards Late on a dark November afternoon the silence encompassing Needham High Schoolis football field was broken with the curt announcement that: '4Mil- ton High School is the new champion of the Bay State Leaguef, And in the twilight it dawned upon us that the superhuman efforts of our team had finally been rewarded. In a league without a pushover, in a league where boys become men, this was the toughest, the best trained, the cleverest team ever to wear the red and white spangles of Milton High School. To the varsity, to the jayvees, to the managers, to the water-boys, and to the men who made them champs: Good work, boys! 42 Co-captains Blake and Ma Fight, O fight for dear old Milton - Our boys did! They svveated, strived, and Worked their hearts out at every game. We must Win today - Desire was the star of our team. Remember boys that We are with ycu, The entire school, everyone, did their part rooting for the XVhiz Kids Watching every play. Each tackle, each block, each pass was important. Teamwork was the victor. Lift the name of Milton higher, lift it to the sky Every team in the league respects Milton as the football powerhouse For we'll fight, fight, fight, and We'll Win tonight and Weill honor Milton High For the first time in history, Milton won the league title. Boys, weire proud of you! MI FOOTBALL AWVARDS Bruce Ryan, John Blake, Mr. Brennan iPhoto by Quincy Patriot Ledger-J The Owen B. Kiernan Award Bruce Ryan, unsung hero of many games, and John Blake, everybodyas all-scholastic, were the co-Winners of the Owen B. Kier- nan award for outstanding play in the triumph over Braintree on Thanksgiving Day. The tremendous team performance made it doub- ly difficult to select a Winnerg thus these young men can feel Very proud of the honor given to them. 44 CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Debby Lynn, Nancy O'ConneIl, Miriam Payne. Carol Cercone, Barbara Payne, XVendy Stafford. Second Row: Janice Marad, Lois Kullen, Linda. Falcone. Cheerleaders. and Majorettes Color, zip, and glamor were added to all our sports events this year as the 1963-64 version of our Cheerleaders and Majorettes Went through their carefully rehearsed routines. As much a part of every game as the teams themselves, We tip our hat to these lovely ladies. MAJORETTES Front Row: Joyce Lennon. Donna McHugh. Ann Cifrino, Sharon Mower, .Tune Utley. Lynn Raymond, Carol Rasmussen. 45 a R V In Appreciation Inscribed on the trophy given by the 1963 football squad to their coaches are these Words: TO OUR COACHES Head Coach Tom Brennan Assistant Warren Lapworth Assistant Dick Ryan Assistant Norman Tardiff Our sincerest thanks From the 1963 champions Of the Bay State League . . . to which We all add ours! 47 F1'O1'1f. How: Kenneth Geromini. Jack Martine-lli, Brad Buck. Ric-hard Labrlon, Arthur Hall, Rifhard Dugan. Second Row: Ronald Sidman, Stephen Innes, Chris Jepsen. Ronald Enholrn, Richard Gundersen, Alan Fink. Basketball Where We were short on height, We Were long on hustleg Where We were short in depth, We Were long on desire. No finer group of athletes ever repre- sented Milton High School than its 1963-64 basketball team. They made the most powerful team in the state extend itself to the utmostg when they played the Kids, they knew they had been in a fight. With the jayvee team a Winning one--this year, maybe 1964-65 will see us Tech Tourney-bound. INDOOR TRACK Front Row: Allan Tatel, Ted Hollirlge, Richard Morris, Ken Leach, Martin Levitt, Edward Anton. Second Row: Arthur Telegen, David Fresliman, Paul Smith, Steve Scolnick. Rolert Powers, Mr. McCabe. Track Our two track teams compiled an excellent record this year. Practicing in corridors and cafeterias long after all others had gone home, our dedicated runners Cyou have to he DEDICATEDQ to con- tend with their practice conditions, not to mention the air-conditioned arinories and sheds they actually raced in, gave their Very best effort to achieving team success and school honor. OUTDOOR TRACK Front Row: D. Cox. R, Moore, D. Brogna, S. Needel, R. Morris, P. Maguire, J, Sidoti, R. Gundersen. Second Row: D. She-ptyck, P. Cappers, A. Cushing, M, Levitt. A. Kaplan, R. Riley. N. Gordon, Astrachan, P. Mitchell. R. Dugan, H. VVifhol1n. Third Row: J. Blake, R. Smith, A. Perriello, K. Leach, H. Powers. K. O'Donne1l, V, Aieta, R. Anton, F. Haggerty, YV. Nugent. 49 E Z Front Row: VVillia1n Cook. Ronald McNeill, Joseph Sidoti. Neil Cannon. Paul Mitchell, David Harris, Second Row: David Cox, Kenneth Chute, Rolzert LeClair, Fred Hogan, David Aieta, David King, John Goff. Wrestling An 18-17 loss to powerhouse Wellesley was all that stood ben tween our wrestlers and sole claim to the Bay State League Chainpion- ship. Coach Tarcliffis squad, adinitteclly the best trained and best coached squad in the league, can review with great pride and satis- faction in the 1964 campaign, especially its victory in the State Meet where the Milton team was crowned State Champion. 50 Front Row: M1-. VVebster, Paul Cox, Robert VVal1ace, Joseph LaCroix, Second Row: XYilliam Nugent, Ronald Hodgdon. Gymnastics They arrived at school every day during the season at 6:45 a.m. They practiced till the bell at 8:10 a.m. They competed with teams who have had years of experience. But the Milton High Varsity Gym- nastics team, in its first year, held its own with all of them. Congratu- lations, boys! 51 HOCKEY Front Row: Dick Mahoney, David XVhite. Bruce Thompson '66, Robert Cacligan, Fred Crowley, Mr. Pedersen, Second Row: Jim Schwartz, Joe Marshall, Paul O'Neil1 '66, John Blake, Bob Byron, Bob liockey The upset of the entire sports year took place at Boston Arena this past Winter when unheralded Milton High School dropped vaunted Needham from the ranks of the undefeated with a sparkling 3-0 shut- out over their arch ice foes. Playing with a small squad, our ice men gave a Very creditable performance in league competition. Soccer Our hustling soccer team, spearheaded by goalie Bill Nutting, had a Winning season for itself in 1963. Coach Pedersen has many returnees next year, headed by co-captains Greenman and Byron. 1964 should be a great year. Loughran. John Leahy. SOCCER Front Row: David Cox, Ronald Sidman, Ronald Enholm, Yi'illiam Nugent, WViliiam Nutting, Christopher Manak. Second Row: Edward Hoiliflge, Kenneth Chute, Henry VVifho1n1, Paul Cox, Ronald McNeill. 52 S n Our spring sports program features baseball, track, golf, and tennis. Rec p g ords are unavailable because of the printing date of this Yearbook. We trust Spo that the teams of Coaches Osborn, Tracy, Nevins and F idler will Win every trophy in sight Baseball Seated: Chris Jensen, Jack Marti nelli, Ken Geromini. Standings Dick Mahoney, Bob Cadigan. Dick Levenson, Bruce Ryan, Ron En holm, Mike Geraee. Golf Front Row: Paul Foster, Bob Mc- Donough, Art Hall. Rear Row: Ted Hollidge, Bob Tatro, Bob Allan. Tennis Front Row: Fred Englander, Bruce XVyman. Second Row: Kevin O'Kee-ffe, Kevin Doherty, Mike Koppel, Don Campbell, Ed Lato. The Presidents Message The time has finally come for us to part and go our separate Ways. But let us always re- member the Words of many great educators. c'The real purpose of education is to enable the pupil to get along Without his teacherf, Do not think that once We are out of school, our education has stopped, for We will keep learning every day of our lives. Let us not become lax in our thinking. We must continue to broaden our interests and expand our ideas. What- ever path in life We may take, there will always be room for improvement. Only by constantly striving to reach our goals can We hope to achieve success. The years ahead Will be decisive ones, both personal and world-Wide. May the Good Lord give us the courage to stand up for our faith and convictions and help us on the right path throughout life. On behalf of the members of the Class of 1964, I would like to express our most sincere gratitude and my own personal thanks to those Who, through the years, have given us the co-operation and encouragement We have so sorely needed. I only hope that some day each of us may repay you by helping others as you have helped us. Robert J. Allan President Class of 1964 54 ff - ' , s W , S f I xr Y WW! Wil .-.QQ If M '- -,ULN wel' 1, X X, .,,, "ij fl. Wu T .A-H1 R -Q 1. I V . ..,, - Q ' -2 Q' rxr'1 ,E:,! YQ? , fg iL gg-ji? - J PM 1: fa fi I R Class Officers This year the Class Officers had an unusal experience. They faced the entire Senior Class gathered in the gymnasium and presented their own political rally. In a most dramatic and democratic fashion eight excellent candidates sought the support of the student body. The four pictured above Were elected and served their class Well. They are: Bob Allan President Ronnie Enholm Vice-President Linda Lewis Secretary Bob Cadigan Treasurer 56 M. H. S. CLAIRE ABDELAHAD 430 Truman Highway Cheerful Claire is a busy girl, active in many school sports and clubs. She plans to go to college and has enjoyed mem- bership in the Rainbow and the Milton Youth Club. Field Hockey 1, Tennis 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Art Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Yearbook Business Staff 3. DAVID A. AIETA 44 Magnolia Road An outdoor guy with a love of boating, Dave will always be remembered as the kid with the tuba in the band at those great football games. He hopes to go on to college. Band 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3. VINCENT I. AIETA 44 Magnolia Road Energetic Vince loves all sports. Among his favorites are boating and fishing. He also enjoys fixing and building boats. His future plans include higher education. Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Out- door Track 1, 2, 3. MARGARET L. ALCORN 949 Canton Avenue Peggy is eager to help and does so with a smile. She is ac- tive in both school and outside activities. After high school, Peg plans to study retailing at college. Basketball 2, 3, Tennis 2, Yearbook Staff 3, Ski Club 2, Future Homemakers 2, 3, Of- nce Assistant 3. ROBERT ALLAN 24 School Street President Integrity, school spirit, friend- liness, modesty - qualities which have given Bob the re- spect of his classmates and have elected him to the highest class oflice. Bob has been a leader, not only in school, but also in outside activilies includ- ing DeMolay and M.Y.F. He plans to attend college. Homeroom Delegate 1, 3, Student Council 2, Debating Club 3, Golf 1, 2, 3. FREDERICK W. ALLEN 54 Audubon Road Dexterity is the word for Fred. He used this talent while working as a machinist after school. After graduation, he plans to atend college and be- come an electrical engineer. Screen Guild 3. KENDALL C. ALLEN 54 Audubon Road Aside from a busy school life, Kendall is active in the Screen Guild. He also works after school. YVe wish him luck in his future plans. Screen Guild 1, 2, 3, Art Club 1. ELIZABETH ALLISON 68 Murray Avenue Quiet, athletic Liz takes an enthusiastic part in all girls, sports. Her plans, however, are in the field of interior decorat- ing. Because of this ambition, she has taken an art course at the Mass. College of Art. Field Hockey 1, Tennis I, 2, Basketball 1, Art Club 2, 3. EDWARD E. ANTON 32 Elm Street Ed enjoys and participates in many sports . . . has odd jobs outside school . . . plans a college education . . . hopes to be an electrical engineer. 'We wish him luck. Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. SAMRA E. ATRAN 6 Breck Street Sophisticated yet down-to- earth Samra is one of the ac- tresses of our senior class. She also works as a volunteer at various hospitals. Next fall, Samra plans to enter the U. of Mass. where she thinks she will major in biology. French Club 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, National Tbespian Society 2, 3. Great oaks from little acorns grow. l 9 6 4 RODNEY BAKER 50 Sheldon Street After a full day at school, Rodney works as a gas station attendant. He is thinking of go- ing to East Coast Aero-Tech. Whatever he does, though, we know he'll work hard at it. DIANE M. BALLARINO 69 Capen Street Fun-loving Diane is always on the go. She is active in her church's sodality and the Mil- ton Youth Club, where she loves to dance. After gradua- tion, Diane plans to attend a business school. ANNE M. BARRETT 46 Belcher Circle Gregarious is the word for Anne. Always willing to talk, Anne will discuss anything from politics to boys. Since she moved to Milton from Chicago in her junior year, Anne has made many friends. Because of her winning personality, we know she'll do well in college and for the rest of her life. Debating Club 3. SUSAN BECK 105 Ferncroft Road Sue, always eager to help, wants to be a nurse. Because of this ambition, she is very ac- tive in Volunteens, junior Red Cross, and is a Nurse's Aide at Milton Hospital. Besides these activities, Sue is a busy mein- ber of U.S.Y. and Bjnai B'rith. Dramatic Club, Secretary 1, 2, Treasurer 3, French Club 2. DOROTHY E. BELLEW 78 Meagher Avenue Friendly Bonnie is a lively girl. Aside from her outside in- terests, which include C.Y.O., Bonnie finds time to sew, cook, dance and listen to records. As for the future, we wish her the best of luck. NANCY BERCER 41 Lufbery Street Peppy Nancy, known for her creative art work, loves sketch- ing and skating. A member of B'nai B'rith Girls, Nancy hopes to become a cornmercial artist. Art Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. STEVEN BERNSTEIN 36 Elin Street "Bernie," always with it, likes water skiing and cars. An ardent member of Milton's Youth Club, he plans to enter the field of business administra- tion in college. Basketball 1, 2, Screen Guild 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 3. DANIEL BERRY 20 Kahler Avenue Dan, an active member of the Math Club, enjoys football, basketball and Hshing. Through college he plans to become an electrical engineer. Math Club 2, 3. VIRGINIA R. BETTS 171 Church Street Friendly, helpful Ginny is busy in every field. An avid basketball player in her church, she won the coveted Player of the Year Award. She is also an active member of her church P.F. Ginny's future lies in the field of science. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Band 1. GERALD BINDER 20 Laurel Road "Elgin,,' a firm believer in nonconformity, enjoys folk sing- ing and chess. He is a valuable addition to our informal Folk Music Club this year. Math Club 2, 3. M. H. S. Individual superiority, not standardization, ROBERTA BLACKER 94 Ferncroft Road Cute, petite Roberta likes hamburgers and books on An- cient Greece, she dislikes tardi- ness and rock 'n roll. She is an ardent member of the Volun- teens and B'nai Blrith Girls. Roberta is certain to be suc- cessful as a teacher. Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 2, 3, Library Club 2. JOHN T. BLAKE 21 Kahler Avenue Rugged Jolm is Vice-Presi- dent of our Milton Youth Club and Co-Captain of the football team. After furthering his edu- cation John hopes to enter pro football. Football 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3. BEVERLY E. BLOOM 90 WVarren Avenue Bev, always ready with a smile, is a member of the B'nai B'rith Girls. Her chosen field - secretarial Work. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Future Homemakers 2, 3, Badminton 1. RICHARD BOEHLER 10 Augusta Road Richard, active in C.Y.O. and Milton Youth Club, plans on a college education. YVe're sure he'll be a success. Outdoor Track 2, 3, Football 3, Glee Club 3. PAUL BOSELLI 262 Brush Hill Road Ambitious and hardworking, Paul hopes to follow the N.R.O.T.C. Plan and major in Chemical Engineerin . Home Room Delegate 2, Gymnastics 3. is the means of the progress of the world. lSchellingD JOAN D. BOTTARI 609 Canton Avenue Sparkling and vivacious, Joan is always ready with a smile. She hopes to enter the teaching profession and perhaps the Peace Corps. Dramatic Club 1, 3, Future Homemakers Secretary 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Cynmastics 2, 3, Field Hockey JUDITH BOURNE 11 Brandon Road During her spare time you can Hnd Judy either playing tennis or drawing. The time spent drawing will be put to use when she starts illustrating as her career. Dramatic Club 1, Future Homemakers 2, Art Club 3. JOHN BOYCE 12 WVood Street One of our most serious stu- dents and a member of his C.Y.O., tall, quiet John plans to attend college upon gradu- ation. Basketball 1, 2, 3. MABGRIE M. BRAVERMAN 71 Concord Avenue "Margie,' likes bowling, traveling, swimming and mu- sic. Her ambition is to be a secretary. LESLIE A. BRITTAN 80 Hudson Street Loquacious Leslie, noted for her beautiful eyes, likes folk music, movies and books. She is also active in the Volunteens and B.B.G. VVe are certain Leslie will make an excellent English teacher. French Club 2, Library Club 2, Nurse's Aicle 2, Debating Club 3, Yearbook 3, Guidance Office Assistant 3. 1964 DENNIS P. BROCNA 255 Blue Hills Parkway Likable Dennis . . . a good word for everyone. A member of the Milton Youth Club and employee of the Record-Ameri- can, Dennis is a valuable asset to the M.H.S. football team. Football 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, Spring Track 2, 3. JOHN BRUNEAU 211 Centre Street john - likes cars and travel- ing, hopes to study engineering at college. An active member of DeMolay, john may be seen running for the MHS track teams. Indoor Track 1, 2, Outdoor Track 1, 3. LAWRENCE R. BRUNKE 137 Pleasant Street Always helpful, Larry works at Milton Hospital. He would like to enter the business world or the Navy. D. BRADFORD BUCK 45 Clifton Road Brad . . . an avid sports fan . . . dislikes television unless there is nothing else to do... likes a nice cold strawberry ice cream soda after a basketball game . . . enjoys going to drag races in Maine or Connecticut . . . would like to major in physical education. Soccer 1, Football 25 Base- ball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. DAVID J. BUCKMAN 10 Belvoir Road Aifable and popular Bucky is an active member of YMHA. He enjoys small parties where he entertains with his guitar. Dave plans to pursue a career in music. M. H. . BRADFORD W. BURGESS 9 VVarren Avenue Brad . . . a conscientious student who manages at all times to wear a smile . . . an active member of De:Molay, Milton Youth Club, and Metho- dist Youth Fellowship . . . spends his spare time working in a drug store . . . hopes to become an engine-er. Home Room Delegate 2, De- bating Club 3. IEANNE F. BURKE 9 Governor Belcher Lane Amiable and capable Jeannie . . . always willing to give a helping hand . . . hopes to be- come a nurse . . . likes con- fusion and excitement . . . a loyal member of C.Y.O. Basketball 15 Future Horne- nzakers 2, 3, Tennis 1. ROBERT P. CADIGAN 38 Lincoln Street Treasurer Versatile and dependable Bob has contributed to all phases of Milton High activi- ties. He is president of Milton Youth Club and co-captain of the hockey team. Bob wants to be a high school math teacher. He has served well as class treasurer. Skt Club 3, Gymnastics 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Co-captain 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. FREDERICK I. CALLAHAN 213 Eliot Street Fred . . . an avid sports fan enjoys reading up on criminal law . . . extremely interested in photography . . . we are sure that he will make an ex- cellent accountant. FRANCIS CAMORALI 383 Adams Street Fran, who considers himself a great 'farm-chair quarterbacki' hopes to become a school teacher. He belongs to the Hull Yacht Club, where he enjoys his hobby of boating, and the Boston and WVeymouth Skating Clubs. All Fran wants now is a successful life - we hope it is. Homeroorn Delegate 1. The roots of education are bitter . DONALD CAMPBELL 2.70 Blue Hills Parkway Donald . . . our capable ten- nis captain . . . an admirer of folk music . . .aims for law school and a shingle bearing his name . . . enjoys sports of all kinds. Hockey 1, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Captain 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Track 3. PATRICIA A. CAMPBELL 398 Reedsdale Road Cheerful and likable Pat . . . a smart dresser . . . dislikes homework . . . her many hob- bies include listening to rec- ords, dancing, cooking, and sewing . . . always bubbling over with enthusiasm . . . an active member of C.Y.O. Basketball 1. NEIL F. CANNON 1272 Brook Road Muscular Neil . . . an excel- lent boxer serving as captain of the Y.M.C.A. wrestling team . . . hopes to continue his edu- cation by studying medicine in college. Wrestling 1, 2, 3. NANCY A. CANTER 38 Curtis Road Carefree, able Nancie . . . is always ready with a friendly 'KHP' . . . an active member of YMHA . . . enjoys horseback riding and bowling . . . plans to become a dental hygienist. Basketball 1, French Club 3, Nursels Aicle 2, Badminton 1. PAUL K. CAPPERS 45 Frothingham Street Eflicient and studious Paul . . . besides his studies excels in music and sports . . . plans to major in engineering at col- lege . . . member of National Honor Society. Basketball 1, 2, Glee Club 1, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Math Club 2, 3, Senior Play, "Echo" 2, 3. STEPHEN R. CAPPERS 40 Lyman Road Steve is a National Honor Society member whose ability in math and science insure his success as an engineer. He is an avid member of DeMclay and Pilgrim Fellowship and a zealous folk music fan. Math Club 1, 2, 3, Bancl 1, 2, Track 1. ANN T. CARNEY 39 Avalon Road Ann . . . our welcome addi- tion from Ireland . . . not too fond of homework . . . likes to sew, dance, and listen to rec- ords . . . a sure bet that good- natured Ann will be successful in all her endeavors. KATHLEEN I. CHAPMAN 703 Brush Hill Road Katy . . . known for her many witticisms. With her friendly smile and pleasing nature, she is sure to be a success as a nurse on a good-will ship. Yearbook Business Staff 3, Ski Club 2, Softball 2, 3, Gym- nastics 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3. KENNETH H. CHUTE 50 Rustlewood Road Good-natured Kenneth . . . always smiling . . . a sharp dresser . . . spends his sum- mers boating, skin diving and water skiing . . . known for his pleasant disposition. Soccer 1, 2, 3, Track 3, VVrestlin.g 2, 3. BARBARA E. CLOUSE 127 Sumner Street Barbie is always ready with a smile. After school hours, Barb works as a sales girl. XVhile her interests lean toward biology, Barb isnlt sure what she wants to be. She plans, however, to attend a junior college and will decide there. Glee Club 1. but the fruit is sweet. CAristotleQ l 9 6 4 JAMES W. COAKER 329 Eliot Street Studious Jim has traveled all over the world. He is a great golf enthusiast, an active mem- ber of the Math Club, and is a member of Milton DeMolay. Golf 1. 2, 3, Math Club 1, 2, 3, Slci Club 2, Orclrestra 1, 2. CARLA J. COLOMBO 394 Truman Highway Laughing, vivacious Carla shares her ready smile with everyone. She hopes to be a medical secretary. Future Homemalcers 3. STEPHEN F. CONDIT 848 Brush Hill Road A bug about music, classical and orchestral, Stephen is a member of the band. He comes to us from Illinois Where he was active in the United XVorld Federalists. He hopes to enter U. S. foreign service. Band 3. ELAINE M. CONNOLLY 30 Belvoir Road After graduation Lainie plans to go to business college to be- come a secretary. Her winning smile can be seen on the job at Cummings. She is a member of the C.Y.O. Basketball 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1. PAMELA COOK 57 Columbine Road Pert Pam will surely charm the passengers when she be- comes an airline hostess. She is a member of Rainbow Girls, Milton Youth Club, and her Church Basketball team. Basketball 1, Badminton 1, Art Club 2. WILLIAM D. COOK 57 Columbine Road Bill's varied interests include skiing and fixing automobiles. After graduation he hopes to attend college. Bill has been active in DeMolay, Milton Youth Club, and the National Hot Rod Association. He has also Worked as a lifeguard. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Screen Guilfl 1, 2, 35 Gymnastics 2, 3, Slci Club 2, 3. AUDREY COTREAU 89 Brook Road A member of the Yearbook Business Staff and active in Milton Youth Club, friendly carefree Audrey hopes to Work at Bell Telephone. Yearbook Business Staff 3. PATRICIA COUGHLAN I5 Hillcrest Road Easy-going Pat, a sports en- thusiast and a great all-around girl, is college-bound. She is active in school, Milton Youth Club, and C.Y.O. Dramatic Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Ski Slub 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 3, Badminton 1, 3, Tennis 2. ROBERT J. COUCHLIN 143 Thacher Street Bob enjoys reading anything at all-dislikes filling out forms of any type. He spends his spare time playing basketball and football. He would like to be a chemical engineer. DAVID M. COX 79 Plymouth Avenue A lover of all sports, Dave spends a lot of time at the Y. I-Ie is Well known as President of C.Y.O. He would like to at- tend college and enter the Held of Biolo y. Vlfresftling 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 35 Soccer 3, Gymnastics 2, 3. M. H. S. Change is inevitable. In a progressive JUDITH COX 36 Plymouth Avenue Judy, with personality plus, is known to all by her winning smile. Teaching is her ambi- tion, sports is her first love. She is active as her homeroom representative and in Milton Youth Club. Horneroorn Delegate 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Frenclr Club 2, Softball 1, 2, Tennis 2, Baskejball 1, 2, 3. PAUL V. COX 79 Plymouth Avenue Paul's ambitions lie with the Peace Corps or in Biology Re- search. He is an enthusiastic Sportsman, is active in the YMCA and on our soccer and gymnastic teams. Honieroom Delegate 3, Soc- cer 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, Co- captain 3. MARY T. COYLE 16 Buckingham Road Known for her quiet person- ality, Mary would like to be a nurse. She is a Nurse's Aide and is active with the Junior Red Cross. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Nurse's Aide 1, 2, 3, Dramajic Club 2, 3, junior Rell Cross 2, 3, Li- brary Club 1, 2, 3, Fielrl glogkey 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, FREDERICK I. CROWLEY 45 Avalon Road Carefree Freddie loves base- ball, football and hockey. His other interests lie in C.Y.O. and in cars. After saying goodbye to Milton High he hopes to attend college. Football 1, Hockey 2, 3. MARK DCCARLI 31 Valentine Road An able football player, tall, broad Mark ig one of the stars of our great football team. He is active in C.Y.O. and hopes to go to college. Football 1, 2, 3. country change is constant. QAnon.j RITA L. DEELY 51 Brook Road Rita, a competent future secretary, enioys sports, par- ticularly horseback riding, ten- nis and bowling. Basketball 1, Baclrninton 1. CAMILLO T. Dr-:GRAZIA 117 Truro Lane Cam is interested in art and has been an exhibitor. He is an active member of C.Y.O. and Milton Youth Club and enioys working at Dr. NVolfe,s Animal Hospital in the summer. Band 2, 3, Senior Play, Foot- ball 1, SANDRA B. DEVORE 79 Lyman Road Sandy, active in many school affairs, is taking the business course. She looks forward to business school after graduation and eventually plans to become a secretary. Dramatic Club 1, Future Hornemakers 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Basketball 1, Badminton 1, Archery 1, Blood- rnobile 2, 3. LORETTA C. DiBIASE 700A Randolph Avenue Loretta, always full of fun, will be remembered by all for her performances at the Can- teen Talent Shows. She enioys dancing and horseback riding and is a member of C.Y.O. Softball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, "Ecl1ov Business Staff 2, 3, Future Homernakers Club 2, 3. ELAINE C. DiMASCIO S5 Amor Road Artistic and bubbling describe Elaine who hopes to become a secretary at Fisher. Swimming and skating also attract her. Art Club 2, 3, Softball 1, Basketball 1. 1964 RHONDA F. DOBROW 69 VVendell Park There is a white nursels uniform in Ronniels future. Ronnie also enioys a good game of tennis. Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Year- book 3, Library Assistant 2, 3. MARJORIE DOBSON 360 Blue Hill Avenue During her high school years Mariorie has been a member of Rainbow. She hopes to become a bookkeeper after graduation next June." DIANNE M. DOLAN 14 Quarry Lane Dianne has varied interests but teaching holds Hrst place in her heart. She also enioys draw- ing and reading. Future Homemakers 2, Bloocl- niobile 2, 3, Art Club 3. RALPH A. DONABED 16 Austin Street Ralph aspires to be another Perry Mason or perhaps ioin the diplomatic corps. He en- joys playing the drums and collects oriental records. Stuclent Council 1, Debating Club, Presiclent 3, Wrestling 2, Football 1, Dramatic Club 2. PAUL DONOVAN 4 Spaiford Road Ambitious is the word for Paul who is active in C.Y.O. and works at the First National. Plans in his future include college where he hopes to become a teacher. DIANE DOULOS ll Vose Hill Road Diane, who has had nursels aide experience for three years, hopes to earn her own cap after graduation. Basketball 1, Softball 1, Ten- nis 1, Volleyball 1, Nursels Aide 1, 2, 3. ROBERT H. DOWDALL 37 Berlin Avenue Bob's future plans are indeli- nite. He hopes to don Navy blue and perhaps further his education. Soccer 1, 2. RICHARD F. DUGAN 34 Saint Maryls Road Dugie is undecided about his future. He does plan to go to college, however. He enioys sports especially basketball. Basketball 1, 3. ROBERT L. DUNN 111 Allerton Road Bob likes any subiect as long as it's math. He hopes to attend Bentley and become a CPA. Outside of school he is active in C.Y.O. and cadclying. HELEN DWORKIN 61 Parkway Crescent Smiling and sweet, Helen has plans to become an executive secretary after graduation. She enioys sports and art. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Art Club 3, Basketball 2, Archery M. H. 1. i 1 Education should be, as .gradual asithe moonrise, IUDITH A. DWYER 7 Columbia Park Judy plans to further her education at secretarial school. She has enioyed C.Y.O. activi- ties and her work at WVool- W0rth'S. Future Homeniakers 3. SANDRA I. DYSON 8 Robbins Street Sandy plans to work or at- tend secretarial school after graduation. Swimming and ice skating are her favorite outdoor sports. LINDA B. EARLE 21 Park Street Athletic Linda has a passion for horses and works part-time at a riding school. Her gradua- tion plans include secretarial school. NAOMI R. EISENSTADT 105 Valentine Road Social work holds Naomi's interest and is her chief ambi- tion after graduation. Her kind- ness and consideration will help her to succeed in her chosen field. Her senior year was high- lighted by election to the National Honor Society. Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Libraru Club 1, 2, Yearbook 3, Basketball 1, Library Assistant 1, 2. RONALD K. ENHOLM 167 Dudley Lane Vice-Presiclent Popular and persevering, our All-American Ronnie deserves all the honors bestowed upon him. He is a member of the National Honor Society and recipient of the Harvard Book Prize. Soccer 1, 2, Co-captain 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Business Stay? 1, 2, Manager 3, Student Council 3, Boys' State 2, SANDRA EPSTEIN 252 Blue Hills Parkway Sandy loves parties and hav- ing fun. She has enioyed work- ing in a hospital and plans to become a legal secretary. Dramatic Club 1, Softball 2, 3, Yearbook Business Stab' 3, Nurse's Aide 2, Office Assistant 2, Ski Club 3. JOEL S. EUSE 8 West Street Joe, friendly and likable, is planning to study Business Administration. He has been very active in U.S.Y. and Vol- unteens and enioys riding when he isn't working. PETER G. FALL 36 Otis Street Peter, a member of the selected A Cappella Choir, and gifted in the field of art is aiming for Mass. College of Art. Horseback riding is his favorite pastime. Art Club 2, 3, "Echo,' 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Photography Club 3. M. CHERYL FARRINGTON 112 Dyer Avenue Always laughing, happy-go- lucky Cherry can always be heard cheering for M.H.S. Loves skiing, hopes to attend college. Homeroom Delegate 1, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Year- book Business Stayjl 2. ROSEMARIE FARRINGTON 12 Elm Street Petite and soft-spoken, Rosie has hopes of becoming an air- line stewardess. She's a member of C.Y.O., Milton Youth Club and enioys sewing in her spare time. Art Club 1, 2, Future Home- niakers 3, Basketball 1. perceptible not in progress but in result. CMelvilleQ I 9 6 4 HAROLD M. FIENBERC 35 Pagoda Street Friendly and always display- ing a smile . . . hopes to become an Architectural Engi- neer. Stamps, coins, U.S.Y., the clarinet and saxophone and a part-time iob keep him busy. Matli Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Gymnastics 1. DOREEN FINE 93 Craig Street Garrulous Doreen enioys working with children. Plans on making teaching her career. Shels a member of U.S.Y., B'nai B'rith Girls and Volunteens. Baclrninton 1, French Club 3, Office Assistant 3. ALAN M. FINK 25 Prince Street Eflicient, hard working and capable . . . all the qualifica- tions of a good lawyer. Alan, besides being an avid sports fan is interested in stamps and attends Hebrew Teachers Col- lege. Al is a member of the National Honor Society. "Echo" 2, "Echov Sports Editor 3, Track Manager 2, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Homerooni Delegate 3. ELIZABETH FITZGERALD 44 Hollis Street Betsy, an independent think- er, active in all sports, especi- ally enioys scuba diving and water skiing, hopes to be a secretary after graduation. Tennis 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Homeroorn Delegate 3. JEANMARIE FLYNN 13 Tucker Street Jean with the pretty red hair . . . likes bowling, movies, ice skating, skiing . . . hopes to become a secretary, model, or social worker. Future Homemakers 3. WALTER FORBES 15 Ellsworth Road Walter . . . reserved and quiet is a member of the Mil- ton Youth Club. After a year of post-graduate work he plans to attend Wenworth. RUSSELL A. FORTIER 19 Morton Road Russ likes iazz, photography and expresso. Active in church activities he hopes to be a part of the exciting world of radio. Homeroorn Delegate 1. JANET E. FOSTER 165 Hilltop Street Quiet but friendly Jane is sure to make a fine teacher. She is a member of Rainbow and the Pilgrim Fellowship. Real Cross 2, 3, Library Club 2, Secretary 3. PAUL R. FOSTER 69 Courtland Circle Paul, a patron of good music, is headed for college. He is a member of DeMolay, M.Y.C., his church choir, and he enioys caddying. Outdoor Track 1, Golf 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Banrl 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3. DAVID I. FRESHMAN 14 Houston Avenue Spirited and outspoken, Dave spends his after school hours behind the counter at Tucker Pharmacy. After graduation he hopes to attend college. Track 1, 2, 3. M, H , S, Progress is impossible without change, and those who RICHARD S. CALLANT 36 Collamore Street Richard woucl like to go to college on a cooperative plan after graduation, He's a mem- ber of C.Y.O. and holds an after-school job. Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2. IRIS B. CAMERMAN 247 Blue Hill Avenue VVho's more likely to show up at a group than Iris? The teaching profession needs more people like her. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Business Staff 2, Senior Play. CHERYL S. CAMM 16 Blue Hill Avenue Cherie has excelled in all phases of school life. Her good cheer and talents will be missed. Senior Play, Oyjfice Assistant 3, French Club 2, 3. MARCIA L. CANTER 15 Clifton Road An active member of Rain- bow Girls, Methodist Youth Fellowship, Girls, Church Basketball, and Milton Hospi- tal's laboratory, Marcia plans to go into the nursing profession. Library Assistant 1, 3. NANCY E. CARDINER 190 Edge Hill Road Perky Nancy is sure to be an asset to any employer who hires her as his secretary. Basketball 1, Future Home- nzakers 2, 3. MICHAEL GERACE 47 Centre Lane Friendly Mike's great interest at M.H.S. has been athletics- also a member of the Legion Baseball Team, he hopes to at- tend Springfield. Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Indoor Track 2, Homeroom Delegation 1, 2. RICHARD F. CERMAINE 2. Beck Street VVhat does a potential psy- chologist have in common with a car tinkerer? To get the answer, ask Smack, a hard- working state laborer. Football 1, Track 1, Home- room. Delegate 1. KENNETH M. CEROMINI 123 Guliver Street Reserved and likable Kenny ranks sports of all types quite high. Biology rates a close second. Ambition is Kennyis middle name. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3. DIANE C. GILBERT 38 Amor Road An understudy and commit- teewoman for Milton High's Dramatic Club, affable Diane also participates in golf, bad- minton and tennis. Frencb. Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. ELIOT J. GILBERT 52 Craig Street Quiet but alert Eliot plans to go on to college to study aeronautical engineering. Hockey 2, 3, Math Club 3. cannot change their minds cannot change anything. fShaWQ I 9 6 4 WILLIAM C. GILMAN 3 Avalon Road Aquatic activities take up Wi1bur's spare time in the sum- mer: swimming, boating, water skiing. During the winter De- Molay, Milton Youth Club and hockey occupy WVil,s time. EDWARD A. GIOIOSA 11 Church Street Carefree Ed participates in C.Y.O. activities and is inter- ested in cars. Football 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, 3. JOHN I. GOFF 354 Blue Hill Avenue John's ambition is to attend Bridgewater State Teachers College and to become a his- tory teacher. His present inter- ests include swimrning, Hshing and lobstering. Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 3, Wrestling 2, 3. ROBERT L. GOLDBERC 346 Blue Hills Parkway Reserved Bob takes an active interest in U.S.Y. Jazz and sports will undoubtedly rank second and third to study when he's attending a liberal arts college. Math Club 3. GERALD H. GOLDSCHMIDT 43 Houston Avenue A dynamo of ambition and action, Gerry has succeeded in everything he's undertaken. May good fortune go with this National Honor Society mem- ber in his medical or chemical research. Latin Club 1, Math Club, Treasurre 2, 3, "Echo" 2, Edi- tor 3, Baseball 2, Soccer 2. M. H. BARBARA C. GOTZ 117 Ferncroft Road Vice-president of B.B.G., member of U.S.Y., salesgirl at Filene's, and participant in Milton Volunteens, Barbara still Hncls the time to play tennis. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, KAREN E. GRANT 434 Brook Road An avid football spectator, Karen plans to become a medi- cal secretary. Already Karen has worked as a clinical secre- tary at Carney Hospital. Tennis 1, 2, Future Home- nzakers 2, 3, Badminton 1, Softball 1, Office Assistant 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2. SANDRA GRAY 33 Lufbery Street Known as Sandy by all of her friends, she plans to be- come an airline stewardess after graduationf' GRETCHEN CREELEY 87 Hurlcroft Road Vivacious Gretchen loves action . . . skiing, sailing, study- ing. Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, Yearbook Business Staff 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Guidance Of- fice Assistant 2, 3. IUDITH CREENBURG 23 Cheever Street Persistent Judy has devoted a great deal of her spare time in helping the ill, and in fur- thering her interest in iournal- ism. Latin Club 1. As we advance in life, THOMAS F. CROGAN 970 Canton Avenue His nickname: Crogie5 his hobby: sports5 his job: chef5 his ambition: civil engineer. Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 15 Track 2. RICHARD A. GUARINO 109 Wendell Park Dick is active in several youth groups and enjoys tink- ering with cars. He hopes to attend college. Ski Club 35 Screen Guild 1, 2, 3. RICHARD GUNDERSEN 32. Woodchester Drive Quiet, sincere Richard is known for his interest and ability in athletics. He hopes to study engineering at Tufts. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 2. SUSAN G. HACKLEY 1090 Canton Avenue Sparkling Sue has been hap- pily busy at M.H.S.! Ski Club 2, 35 Frenclt Club 2, Treasurer 35 Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 Badminton 1, 2, 35 Soft- ball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 Nursels Aide 15 Yearbook Business Staff 35 Homeroom Delegate 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Office Assistant 2, 3. ARTHUR HALL 90 Washington Street Arthur, who is a valuable member of our football team, enioys sports above all else. He plans to attend college. Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Gymnastics 2, 35 Golf 2, 35 Ski Club 2, President 3. JAMES HANKEY 12 Buckingham Road jim will long be remembered for his friendly smile and his scholastic and athletic achieve- ments. He is a member of the National Honor Society. Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1. ELIZABETH M. HARKINS 539 Adams Street Bizzie, who enioys home economics and C.Y.O., hopes to become a nurse. Future Hornemakers 35 Soft- ball 3. DAVID F. HARRIS 78 Dyer Avenue His nickname - Hacka. His hobbies - music and scuba diving. His ambition - to be- come an engineer. Band 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 3. JOYCE A. HARRISON 68 Revere Street All work and no play makes anyone dull. That's why you can End Joyce spending her spare time either bowling or drawing. Joyce hopes to attend I.B.M. school after graduation." JANE E. HAYWARD 69 Gerald Road Jane, a future practical nurse, enjoys horseback riding and swimming. Future Hornemakers 2, 3. we learn the limits of our abilities. CFroudel l 9 6 4 ROBERT HIRL 100' Wendell Park Robert is a tennis and horse- back riding enthusiast. He plans to attend college. RONALD HIRSCH 436 Central Avenue Ronald's favorite subjects are math and physics. He plans to go to college and study as- tronomy. Latin Club 1, 2, Math Club 2, 3. RONALD W. HODCDON 42 Wenclell Park Fun-loving Ronnie enjoys sports and plans to study engi- neering. Homeroom Delegate 2, Gym- nastics 2, 3, VVrestling 2. EDWARD W. HOLLIDGE 96 Granite Place Though quiet, Ted is always ready with something funny to say. He is well liked by his friends and active in school. Ted is busy in DeMolay and his church group. His plans for the future include the U. of Maine, and becoming a chemi- cal engineer. Golf 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, Ski Club, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3. HAZEL R. HOWES 31 Cheever Street Hazel, often seen toting her glockenspiel, participates in church groups and sports. She hopes to become a medical technologist. Math Club 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 3, Bad- minton 1, 3, Archery 3, Band 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Play. JANE E. HUDSON 10 Hope Avenue Jane is a sports enthusiast. She especially enioys archery, ice skating, and bowling? BARBARA J. HUFFAM 45 Badger Circle Good-natured, always willing, Barbara, efficient secretary of our yearbook, hopes to become a fashion editor. Yearbook 3, French Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Tennis 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Guidance Office 3. STEPHEN C. INNES 38 Winthrop Street Steve, an active member of DeMolay, Vice-President of his church youth group, likes work- ing on cars, both types of ski- ing, hopes to become a lawyer. Soccer 2, Basketball 2, 3. CAROL F. INTRONE 57 Buckingham Road Popular Carol, M.H.S. party girl, is full of fun and mischief, always looking for a good time. French Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Senior Play, Ski Club 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Fielcl Hockey 1, Tennis 2, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Badminton 1, 2, 3. SONJA JENSEN 6 Audubon Road Sonia'S talent at the piano keeps her busy both at M.H.S., and in community activities. A nine-year veteran, she has studied at the New England Conservatory of Music. Latin Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. M. H . , New times demand new measures and new men, the world CARLTON C. JEPSEN 474 Brook Road Likable, quiet Chris, enjoys all sports, plays for the Ameri- can Legion Baseball team, plans to attend college. Cross Country 15 Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3. EDWARD J. JERDON 40 Edward Avenue Right after graduation Jake has plans to serve Uncle Sam. LORRELL JOHNSON 36 Concord Avenue Lorryis outside activities in- clude work at a Real Estate and Insurance Co. and typing for Mr. Allison. She enioys tumbling and horseback riding and belongs to Rainbow, At school she is secretary to Mr. Smith. Homeroom Delegate 15 Girls League Secretary 35 Guidance 2, 35 Faculfy Secretary 3. ELLEN T. JONES 229 Edgehill Road Quiet, hard-working Ellen, belongs to C.Y.O. and Milton Youth Club, she hopes to at- tend Emmanuel. She is a Na- tional Honor Society member. World Affairs Club 15 Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Basketball 15 Guidance Of- yice 2, 35 Oyjfice Assistant 35 Li- brary Assistant 3. JOAN D. KANTAROS 12 Vose Hill Road Friendly Joan, with a smile for all, is an enthusiastic foot- ball and hockey fan, hopes to attend college. French Club 25 Dramatic Club 35 Ski Club 35 "Ecl1oU 25 Yearbook Business Staf 35 Glee Club 1, 2 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Badminton 1, 35 Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Delegate 25 Nurses Aide 1. ARNOLD KAPLAN 18 Landon Road Arnold, leader of his own band "The Noblesf' enioys all sports and is captain of his U.S.Y. basketball team. His fture plans include college. Outdoor Track 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Math Club 3. PATRICIA A. KARSH 142 Pleasant Street Quiet Patti, who came to M.H.S. in her junior year, is an active member of Y.M.H.A. Hecht House, hopes to become a medical secretary after at- tending a junior college. Future Homemakers 3. MELVIN B. KATZ 75 Meagher Avenue Mel, a firm believer in hav- ing a good time, plans a future in accounting. Matli Club 3. ARTHUR F. KEIF 22 Wildwood Road Buddy, a member of the C.Y.O. and the United States Naval Reserves, plans a future in the service and the field of electronics. Gymnastics 2, 3. RICHARD W. KELLEY 145 Hinckley Road Dick, who came to M.H.S. from North Quincy High, is verv interested in cars, espe- cially foreign ones. Plans to attend medical school. advances and time outgrows that were in our fathefs time best. I 9 6 4 QLoWellj JANET A. KENNEDY 57 Elton Road Fun-loving "Ken,', an avid M.H.S. fan, likes the cold weather and the Sports that go with it, especially enioys roller skating, plans to attend a two- year business college. Dramatic Club l, Ski Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soft- ball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3. BEVERLY A. KERNER 9 Craig Street Petite Bev is an interested member of Volunteens, hopes to be a dental hygienist. Latin Club 1, Art Club 2, French Club 3. LINDA F. KERNER 9 Lufbery Street Likable Linda: enjoys sewing very much, plans to go to work after graduation in the Held of designing. DOROTHY R. KEVENY 7 Cedar Terrace Street Bright and peppy, Dotty has been a member of Milton Youth Club and C.Y.O. A secretarial career is on her list of future plans. Future Homemakers 2, 3, Softball 1, Basketball 1. DAVID L. KING 39 Pond Street Dave, a great sports fan, is a track enthusiast. He has been a member of the Y.M.C.A. wrestling team. Future plans: more schooling. Soccer 1, Wrestling 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 3, Football 3. PATRICIA A. KLEHM 12.0 Granite Place Perky Pat likes sports and has kept herself busy in the Milton Youth Club and the C.Y.O. Her pleasant ways will be put to use in a nursing career. French Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3. GEORGE R. KNIGHT 694 Randolph Avenue Persevering George spends his spare time working after school. A member of St. Eliza- beth's C.Y.O., We wish him well in the future. NANCY I. KORNETSKY 96 Pagoda Street A constant heralder of good things, dependable Nancy has been the president of Milton Volunteens for the past two years. A career as an occupa- tional therapist is in her future. Latin Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Library Club 2, 3, Li- brary Assistant 2, 3, "Echo,' 2, Secretary 3. TEMA KOVACK 543 Eliot Street Terri, a recipient of a Na- tional Merit Letter of Com- mendation, enioys playing the piano and violin as well as listening to folk music. Her only maior dislike - cigars! Science or the languages is next. Latin Club l, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Debate Club 3, Yearbook 3, Yearbook Business staff 3. DONNA M. KRUMIN 654 Canton Avenue Donna's sunny personality and sense of lnunor make her liked by everyone. A member of C.Y.O., Donna plans on an I.B.M. career. Yearbook Business Staff 2, 3, Art Club 3. M, H, And doubtless, after us, some purer scheme will LOIS E. KULLEN 28 Badger Circle Lois, our head cheerleader, is a ski enthusiast. Always dis- playing a radiant smile, she is active on M.Y.C. Council. Cheerleader 1, 2, Captain 3, Ski Club 1, Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Gi mnastics 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 2, Homeroonz Delegate 1, 3, Yearbook Representative 1, 3, Yearbook 3. RICHARD LABDON 571 Adams Street Dick is both an ardent bas- ketball fan and a participant. He hopes to become a teacher and also a basketball coach. Basketball 1, 2, Co-captain 3, Homeroorn Delegate 2. JANET D. LACROIX 20 Lincoln Street Dependable Janet occupies her time with C.Y.O. and choir. During her senior year she put her business talents to use as Mr. Hamiltonls secretary. Future Homemakers 2. JOSEPH C. LACROIX 137 Sassamon Avenue Joe is a dynamo when it comes to the out-of-doors, but saves time for C.Y.C. and the Youth Club. Joe hopes to pur- sue a career in business. Golf 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, Math Club 3, Ski Club 3, Homeroom Delegate 3, Gyrn- nastics 3. MARGARET E. LAFFAN 13 Bailey Avenue Friendly Peggy is vice-presi- dent of St. Elizabeth's C.Y.O. She leaves M.H.S. with our best wishes for a successful nursing career. Future Hornemakers 2, 3. MARGARET D. LAMB 715 Adams Street Good-natured Peggy loves the Cape where she holds the position of swimming instruc- tor. She is a shining example of the M.H.S. girl. Jazz Club 1, Glee Club 2, French Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, Dramatic Club 2, President 3, National Thespian Society 2, 3, Guidance Office Assistant 3, Yearbook Staf 3. MARY L. LANG 254 Lyman Road Friendly Mary enioys skiing, skating and swimming. Maryls future plans include college. Ski Club 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, Basketball 2, 3, Softball 2, Badminton 2, 3, Yearbook 3. JUDITH L. LANSKY 615 Blue Hills Parkway Thoughtful Judy worked as a volunteer at the Deaconess Hospital last summer. Always willing to help, we're sure she'll be a success at college. She is a member of the Na- tional Honor Society. Latin Club 1, 2, Consul 3, French Club 2, Library As- sistant 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2. STEPHEN C. LANSTEIN 18 Decker Street Witty Steve takes life with a grain of salt. His humorous personality is enjoyed by every- one. Steve occupies his spare time by working after school. Wrestling 1. JANET K. LARSON 339 Thacher Street Janet's favorite hobbies are swimming and sailing. From high school, she hopes to go to a iunior college or business school and become an executive secretary. Yearbook Business Staff 2, 3, Debating Club 3. be 1-shaped outrby wiser men than We. lLowelD r l 9 4 KENNETH LEACH 39 Rowe Street Kenny, always cheerful and smiling, plans to attend a four year engineering school, and is sure to be a success. Band 1, 2, Cross Country 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3. ROBERT LeCLAIR 359 Eliot Street Red, an avid athlete, is ac- tive in C.Y.O. His plans are to join the Navy upon graduation. Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Vfrestling 1, 2, 3. NANCY LEISHER 14 Grafton Avenue Active in all school sports, Nancy plans to attend college and study physical education. Softball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Gymnastics 3, World Affairs Club 1. JOYCE A. LENNON 300 Blue Hills Parkway Cheerful, lively Joyce is an avid athlete and quite active in Milton Youth Club and C.Y.O. After graduating, she plans to attend a business school and study accounting. Horneroom Delegate 1, 2, Ojtice Assistant 2, 3, Faculty Secretary 3, Yearbook Business Stab' 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, Maioreftte 2, 3, Gym- nastics 1, 2, 3. RICHARD E. LEVENSON 40 Allen Circle Friendly Dick has been ac- tive for the last three years in Milton Youth Club, A.Z.A., and Y.M.C.A. His favorite hobbies are skiing and working on cars. Soccer 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3. M. H. S. NIARTIN A. LEVITT 194 Lyman Road Marty, an avid track enthusi- ast has ioined the track teams all through high school. After finishing at M.H.S., he plans to study engineering at North- astern. Math Club 1, Debating Club 3, Cross Country 2, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. LINDA J. LEWIS 100 Valley Road Secretary Cheerful, vivacious Linda loves all kinds of athletics and is very active in girls, sports. Her other interests include Mil- ton Rainbow and Methodist Youth Fellowship. After gradu- ating she plans to go into retail- ind Ilonzeroorn Delegate 1, 3, Dramatic Club 1, Ski Club 2, 3, Archery 2, Basketball 1, 2. PHYLIS R. LIEBERMAN 28 Adanac Road Phyl is active in the B,nai B'rith Girls and has served the community many times as a nurse's aide and as a member of the Milton Volunteens. Her ambition is to go to U. of Mass. and studv nursing. Latin Club 1, Matb Club 2, Debating Club, Vice-President 3, Guidance Assistant 2, 3, Yearbook 3. CYNTHIA LIEN 40 Hawthorne Road Cynthia is fond of all sports, especially swimming and skiing, and she also likes to sew in her spare time. Her plans are to attend a junior college after M.H.S. Ski Club 2, 3, Softball 1, Basketball 1, 2. PETER LIEVI 38 Martin Road Smilin' Pete can think of no better way to spend an after- noon than at working on a car, his first love. He plans to enter the service after graduation and later become an electrician. Football 2, 3. Progress, man,s distinctive mark alone - MICHAEL D. LIPSON 34 Pope Hill Road Ranking 1'irst among Mike's pastimes is working on cars. Also, he is very active in U.S.Y. and has held the office of vice- president of A.Z.A. DIANE L. LITTLE 37 Cypress Road Diane spends much of her time sewing and engaging in school sports. She works after- noons at Crantis and will enter the business world after gradu- ation. World Ayfairs Club 1, Future Homemakers 2, Basketball 1, LAWRENCE LITWACK 73 Badger Circle Much of Larryis time is cc- cupied by activities of the A.Z.A. and U.S.Y. Among his many hobbies are dancing, stamps, horseback riding, water skiing, swimming, and piano playing. After M.H.S. he plans ot study accounting at Bentley. Art Club 2, Math Club 1, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Indoor Track 3. MARJORIE LUNT 41 Mullin Avenue jerry enioys all outdoor sports, especially swimming and sailing. Her hopes are to attend college, maior in history, and become a iunior high school history teacher. Fielcl Hockey 1, Softball 3, Girls, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Gym- nastics 1, 2, Glee Club 3, Nurses Aide 1, French Club 3, DEBORAH W. LYNN 22 Murray Avenue Active, enthusiastic Deb loves sports especially hockey and roller skating. Always laughing and full of funl Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 2, French Club 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. SANDRA L. MACDONALD 50 Hoy Terrace Vibrant Sandy, co-editor of Teen Talk, likes horses, sports cars and Miami. Plans to go to college and become an air- line stewardess. French Club 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Tennis 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Nurses Aicle 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Fielcl Hockey 1, Archery 3. JANICE MacMILLAN 173 Eliot Street Janice enjoys dancin , listen- ing to records, and making her own clothes. Member of M.Y.C. - hopes to seek secretarial employment and attend model- ing school. Basketball 1. SALLY ANN MacNEIL 251 Blue Hills Parkway Sally loves horseback riding, swimming and skating. Pet saying, 'Tndividualism is the key to success? She hopes to enter the Held of nursing." PAULA A. MAFFEO 37 Beacon Circle Cheerful Paula is active in sailing clubs and enjoys horse- back riding and skating. Am- bition: Medical technologist. Library Club 1, Art Club 3, Office Assistant 2, 3. MARIE MAGNER 137 Lyman Road Marie, always busy babysit- ting, likes baseball and clothes. Dislikes - homework! Member of Milton Youth Club. She will seek employment after gradu- ation. not Godis and not the beasts' . lBrowningl I 9 6 4 ANN MARIE MAHONEY 120 Dyer Avenue Quiet Nancy hopes to be- come a Medical Secretary. She is active in C.Y.O. and a mem- ber of the Milton Youth Club. Basketball 1, 2, Softball 2, Office Assistant 2, 3, Tennis 2. RICHARD J. MAHONEY 142 VVarren Avenue Because of his personality and friendliness, Moe has be- come one of the most popu- lar boys at M.H.S. Quick to laugh and always ready for a good time . . . Capable treas- urer of M.Y.C .... headed for U. of Mass. Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. CHRISTOPHER C. MANAK 62 Oak Street Busv Chris, a transfer from English High School, has had no trouble adiusting to M.H.S. Math Club 3, Soccer 3, Sen- ior Play. PAULA MANOWITZ 137 Ferncroft Road Paula, always ready to laugh, enjoys dancing, piano, sewing and swimming. Active in B.B.G. and Naciremas Club. Hopes to become a dental as- sistant. Badminton 2, Basketball 2, Dramatics 1, Nursels Aide 2, Jazz Club 1. JANICE MARAD 376 Brush Hill Road Cute and peppy Ian says what she thinks. Loves sports, especially football and hockey. Will never forget cheering for M.H.S. Ski Club 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Fielcl Hockey 1, Basketball 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Cheerleader 2, 3. STUART MARCUS 3 Columbia Park Stuart is college bound and hopes to become an electrical engineer. Likes music and sports, especially basketball and football. Basketball 3. JOHN MARTINELLI 131 Clapp Street Popular jack, speedy co-cap- tain of our great football team, will always remember locker room days and Mr. B. Member of M.Y.C. and Legion baseball, hopes to go into football coach- m . gootball 1, 2, co-captain 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 1, 2. PAULA A. MAZEIKA 78 Badger Circle Personable Paula is interested in math and science. Active in C.Y.O., Y.P.R.C., she is Presi- dent of Senior Girl Scouts. Likes music and bowling. Math Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Fielcl Hockey 2, Badminton 2, Frencli Club 3. EDWARD I. MCCARTHY 16 Horton Place Smiling Eddie is always seen helping out on the sidelines of M.H.S. sports. A. member of C.Y.O., he plans to attend busi- ness school. Football 2, Baseball 1, Bas- ketball 2, Math Club 3. ROBERT MCCUSKER 60 Valley Road Bob is always ready for a laugh. A star of the senior play, active in C.Y.O. and M.Y.C., he wants to major in business administration. Gymnastics 1, Soccer 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Debating Club 3, Senior Play. M. H. S, If We do well here, We shall do well there, ELAINE M. MCDERMOTT 47 Churchill Street Elaine enjoys swimming, fish- ing and horseback riding. She has participated in the Milton Youth Club. After working as a dental secretary and assistant, Elaine is interested in continu- ing her career as a dental as- sistant. Future Homemakers 3. ROBERT G. MCDONOUCH 95 St. Agatha Road Mac, Vice-President of C.Y.O. . . . his favorite pastime- golf. Golf 1, 2, Captain 3, Ski Club 3. THOMAS MCDONOUCH 100 Gerald Road Tom, who enjoys sports, is the captain of the Cunningham Bowling League. He plans to enter the service and then to further his education. Gymnastics 1. BRUCE M. MCENANY 29 Hillcrest Road Barney is a member of the C.Y.O. and enjoys golf, bowl- ing, and football. He hopes to go to Mass. Bay College and then to the University of Mas- sachusetts to continue his edu- cation. LEE McCOWAN 34 Rose Street Lee, a participant in many clubs and activities at Milton High, also enjoys softball and tennis. The National Honor So- ciety is proud to have Lee as a member. French Club 2, President 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2,-3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, "Echo'i 2, Worlcl Affairs Club 1, Softball 1, Homeroom Delegate 3. MARTHA MCCOWAN 18 Babcock Street Versatile and enthusiastic, Marty, a National Honor Soci- ety member, has devoted her time and talents to a better Milton High School. French Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, "Echo" 2, Stu- dent Council 3, Guidance As- sistant 2, 3, Office Assistant 2, Basketball 1, 3, Tennis 2, Na- tional Thespians 2, 3, Yearbook Erlitor 3. JOANNE C. MCCRATH 524 Eliot Street Perky Joanne is a member of the C.Y.O. and the Milton Youth Club. She enjoys travel- ing and hopes to become a secretary. Future Homemakers 3. RONALD S. MCNEILL 1044 Brook Road Ron is active in sports at M.H.S., in church activities, and in skiing. Ron's future plans are to go to college with hopes of becoming a naval ofli- cer after graduation. W1'estling 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 3, Gymnas- tics 1, 2. JOHN MCNULTY 31 Hawthorne Road Hard-working Iohn has made many friends at M.H.S. After graduation he plans to go to college and major in electrical engineering. Math Club 3. JOAN S. MIRKIN 18 Hawthorne Road joan is a member of U.S.Y. and is the Monitress-Historian of Milton B'nai B'rith Girls. She plays the piano, enjoys sailing, and attended a youth hostel. Her hobbies include charcoal sketching, playing the guitar, and folk music. Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, French Club 1, 2, Badminton 2, 3, Archery 2, 3. I can tell you no more if I were to preach a whole year. flidwinl 9 PAUL F. MITCHELL 61 Hoy Terrace Dependable, conscientious Mickey, a real sports enthusiast . . . a member of C.Y.O. . . . a lifeguard at Cunningham Park. He hopes to combine athletics and pre-dental work in college. Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Gyninastics 2, 3. RICHARD O. MOORE 41 School Street Dick enjoys many sports. He is a member of M.Y.F. and plans to attend Bentley College for a career in accounting. Indoor Track 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 2, 3. JAMES MORGAN 116 Wendell Park Jim participates in the C.Y.O. and the Milton Youth Club . . . enjoys fishing, boating, water skiing and, golf . . . has his own lobster business in the summer . . .plans to attend col- lege and become a veterinarian. Baseball 1, Basketball 3, Golf 3. RICHARD S. MORRIS 27 Parkway Crescent Fuzzy enjoys art as well as sports. He works on an estate, enjoys hockey, and plans to go to art school. Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Out- door Track 1, 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3. SHARON A. MOWER 20 Buckingham Road Sharon is a majorette and en- joys all sports. She belongs to the Rainbow Girls, Theta Al- pha, and the Y.W.C.A. Sharon enjoys art and sewing and plans to be a fashion designer. Maiorette 1, 2, 3, Gymnas- tics 1. 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Art Club 3, Future Horne- makers 2, Softball 1. SALLY A. MUMMEY 7 Fairfax Road Sally belongs to the Young Republicans and is a Nurse,s Aide. Her hobby is singing and she is presently studying at the Boston Conservatory. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Badmin- ton 1, A Cappelhz Chorus 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Play. JANE H. MURDOCK 9 VVestbourne Street Jane, always full of pep, is' a photography enthusiast. She is a member of the Milton Youth Club, Bowling League, and plans to attend secretarial school after graduation. Softball 1, Basketball 1, 2, Y e a r b o o k 3, Guidance 3, Horneroom Delegate 1, 3. CAROL B. MURPHY 182 Beacon Street After graduation, pleasant Carol plans to work for the New England Telephone Com- pany. Future Hoinemakers 2. DENIS MURPHY 78 Fairbanks Road After a busy high school life, Denis hopes to attend Franklin Institute. EUGENE L. MURPHY 156 Pleasant Street Quiet Eugene enjoys math and is a member of the C.Y.O. Other hobbies include records and golf. After leaving M.H.S., he hopes to attend college. Math Club 2, Golf 2. M. H. S. The history of the world is none other than the PAUL NANGERONI 939 Brush Hill Road Easy-going Paul, our class musician, spent four years in the "Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra" which performed at the VVhite House in 1962. He was also in the All-District and All-State Mu- sic Festivals. After graduation, Paul hopes to major in violin at the Hartt College of Music in Hartford. IERALYN NEEDEL 16 Badger Circle Talkative Ieri, always full of life, plans to go to college and become a social worker. Her outside activities include Vol- unteens, U.S.Y. and Girl Scouts. Dramatic Club 1, 2, Vice- Presiclent 3, T liespian Society 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Year- book 3. MARLA C. NEEDEL 146 Truro Lane Artistically inclined Marla is secretary of U.S.Y. and Milton Volunteens. Outside interests include drawing, listening to music, sports and working with young children. Library Club 1, 2, Library 1, 2, 3, Frencli Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Tennis 3, 'tEcli0,' 2. STEPHEN M. NEEDLE 41 Concord Avenue Pleasant, good-natured Steve hopes to enter the field of law after leaving M.H.S. In his spare time, he enjoys tinkering with his car, and watching football games. Cross Country 2, Indoor Track 2, Outcloor Track 2, 3. DORA NEIMAN 88 Sumner Street Never at a loss for words, Debbie's plans for the future include nursing after graduat- nig. Her outside interests in- clude dancing and Volunteens. Dramatic Club 2, 3. MARY JANE NICHOLSON 407 Highland Street Cheerful, friendly Mimi, a star of the senior play, is a member of Milton Youth Club and C.Y.O. After graduation, she hopes to attend Stonehill College to become a teacher. Basketball 1, Badminton 1, Softball 1, Archery 2, 3, Maiorette 2, Yearbook 2, 3, Senior Play, Debating Club 3. KAREN NORMAN 152. Craig Street Pert Karen's outside activi- ties include Volunteens, B'nai B'rith, sports, and piano. She was the baby photographer at the Beth Israel Hospital. Karen plans to attend Boston Univer- sity after graduation. Dramatic Club 2, 3. BERNADETTE M. NUGENT 2.4 Adrian Road Berni participates in C.Y.O. activities and enjoys skiing. She would like to be a nurse. Future Homemakers 2. WILLIAM J. NUGENT 60 Cypress Road Pleasant, easy-going Bill is a member of the C.Y.O. council, Y.M.C.A., the Student Govern- ment Exchange in 1962, and Milton Youth Club. Bill plans to major in biology and become a teacher. Soccer 1, 2, Co-captain 3: Indoor and Outdoor Track 1, 2, Gymnastics 1, 2, Co-captain 3, Ski Club 2. WILLIAM R. NUTTING 22 Lodge Street A future physical education teacher, Bill plans to attend Northeastern. His hobbies in- clude swimming and skiing. He is a member of the Milton Youth Club, Pilgrim Youth Fel- lowship, and is an oPricer of the DeMolay. Baseball 1, Soccer 3. progress of the consciousness of Freedom. CAristotlel I 9 6 4 JOHN O'CONNOR 37 Antwerp Street Little Oakie with 'gHgures', on the brain at all times will make a successful bookkeeper. His hobbies include most sports and an interest in C.Y.O. Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1. PATRICIA M. O'CONNOR 37 Antwerp Street Friendly Pat enjoys working with children and plans to be a kindergarten teacher. She is also an active member of C.Y.O. and loves skating and bowling. Bloodmobile Assistant 2, 3. DANIEL O'DONNELL 118 Blue Hill Avenue Good natured, easy-going Danny is a member of the C.Y.O. and the Milton Youth Club. He hopes to be a doctor and we wish him well. Senior Play, Dramatic Club O. KEVIN CYDONNELL 26 Murray Avenue This National Merit semi- finalist enjoys boating and fish- ing. A college degree is includ- ed in the future of this Na- tional Honor Society member. Hoineroom Delegate 2, 3, K'Eclio', 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Latin Club 1. KEVIN O'KEEFFE 189 WVilliams Avenue Active and alfable, Kevinis chief likes are sports cars, hi- fi equipment and travel. For the future he plans to become an engineer and retire young. Student Council 1, 2, Presi- dent 3, Math Club 1, 2, 3, Ten- nis 2, 3, Soccer 3. M.H. . ROBERT O'LEARY 11 Fuller's Lane Bob has been kept busy with C.Y.O. and his supermarket chores. FRANK J. OLIVA 62 Essex Road Frankls interests are divided between C.Y.O. and tinkering with engines. He hopes to do some traveling after high school, possibly to the South Seas. Ufrestling 1, Football 2, 3. MARGARET O'NEILL 114 Squantum Street Black-haired, blue-eyed Peg- gy enjoys horseback riding and water skiing. Her outside ac- tivities include C.Y.O.. STEPHEN O'NEILL 177 Harborview Road Stevels after school jobs have prepared him for his place in the business world. BRIAN O,TO0LE 294 Highland Street Brian, who plans active duty in the Navy upon graduation, is a member of the C.Y.O. and U. S. Navy Reserves. He hopes to become a salesman. Music and cars occupy much of his spare time. Track 2, Gymnastics 3. True progress quietly and persistently moves THERESA PALINGO 71 Amor Road Theresa's chief pastimes in- clude bowling, swimming and skating. After graduation she plans to attend a beautician academy. Future Hornernakers 3, Year- book Business Stay? 3. BONETTA PALTER 196 Blue Hills Parkway Friendly and ambitious Bon- nie, an active participant in sports, enjoys her work as a dietary aide. We are sure she will be successful as a physical therapist in the Armed Services. Field Hockey 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, Badminton 1, Latin Club 2. CYNTHIA L. PANZICA 17 Stanton Road Cynthia, active and ambitious, hopes to major in journalism at college, Painting, skiing, and bowling are a few of her many hobbies. She likes children and does much volunteer work. Math Club 2, "Ecbov 2, De- bating Club 3. SUSAN M. PARROTT 414 Adams Street Sue loves sports and is an active member of the Rainbow Girls and Young Republican Club. She hopes to attend college. Tennis 1, Basketball 1, 3, World Affairs Club 1, Debating Club 3, Math Club 2. MIRIAM A. PAYNE 26 Glendale Road Miriam, a popular and friend- ly cheerleader, enjoys skating and swimming. Active in the Pilgrim Fellowship and Milton Youth Club, she plans to enter training on the E. E. G. after graduation. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3: Cheer- leader 2, 3, Library Club 3, ARLENE G. PEARLSTEIN 68 Brook Road Sister, known by her smile and personality, is one of ten students from M.H.S. to attend Saturday art classes at Massa- chusetts College of Art. She enjoys meeting celebrities and hopes to become an elementary teacher. Her chief goal is to grow a little taller. Latin Club 1, Art Club 2, Yearbook 3, Nurseis Aide 3. MELVYN S. PELTZ 91 Oak Street Melvyn, organizer of the 8 mm. Movie Club, is very in- terested in photography and home movies. His free time is spent in his electronics shop at home. 8 mm. Movie Club, President 3, Screen Guild 1, 3, Art Club 2, Language Lab Technician 3. JOHN PETERSEN 57 Aberdeen Road jack works at Tucker Phar- macy, but still finds time to participate in DeMolay, Milton Youth Club, and Church Aco- lyte Guild. He loves to be well informed, and hopes to be an engineer. Latin Club 2, Luncbroom Help 1, 2, Band 2, 3, Debafing Club 3, Yearbook 3. RONALD C. PETERSON 20 Wlinthrop Street Ronnie, who likes most sports especially tennis and basket- ball, hopes to go into civil en- gineering or architecture. He divides his spare time between DeMolay, M.F.Y., the Milton Youth Club, and his work in a drug store. Tennis 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Dramatic Club 3, Debating Club 3. DAVID R. PIERCE 39 Buckingham Road Industrious Dave plans to take a scientific course in col- lege. He is interested in ath- letics, especially track, he is ac- tive in DeMolay and the Milton Youth Club. World Affairs Club 1, Ski Club 2, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Indoor Track 3. along without notice. QSt. Francis de Salesj I 9 6 4 ELIZABETH PIERCE 40 Hollis Street Betsey . . . helpful, friendly, well liked . . . intends to go to college and eventually into so- cial work . . . her pet peeve - people misspelling her nick- name . . . member of the Young Peoples Fellowship and St. Michael's Conference. World Affairs Club 1, De- bating Club, Secretary 3. THOMAS E. PILLA 44 Sias Lane Talented Tom hopes to be- come a commercial artist fol- lowing graduation. Outside of school, he is busy with a job and activities of the C.Y.O. Art Club 2, 3. DEBORAH M. PITNOF 356 Blue Hills Parkway Cheerful, friendly Debby, a member of the French Honor Society, keeps herself busy with U.S.Y., Volunteens, and sports, especially skiing - her favorite. Library Club 1, 2, French Club 2, Secretary 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Badminton 1, Arch- ery 2, Tennis 3, Yearbook 3. LEE F. PLOTNICK 183 Lyman Road Lee . . . friendly, well-liked . . . enjoys art and home economics. Future Homemalcers 2, 3. JOAN PLUMMER 25 School Street National Merit w i n n e r Joan hopes to turn her hobby, sewing, into a career by teach- ing home economics. She is ac- tive in the Rainbow Girls and in school, where she is a mem- ber of the French Honor So- ciety. She is also a member of the National Honor Society. Student Council 1, Treasurer 3, H omeroorn Delegate 2, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, 'cEcb0D 2, 3. BARRY M. POLONSKY 372 Blue Hills Parkway Industrious Barry, who hopes to be an architect, occupies himself mainly with his work after school in Colby Drug. Honreroom Delegate 1, 2, 3. ROBERT W. POWERS 276 Centre Street Bob can be found skiing, sail- ing, or busy with his work as president of his Church Youth Fellowship, oHicer of DeMolay, and member of the Milton Youth Club. He is headed for college and a career as an en- gineer. World Afairs Club 1, Ski Club 2, 35 Outdoor Track 2, 3g Indoor Track 3. CAROLE M. RADITCH 122 Thacher Street Carole has been a great help to her community by aiding in various charities. In her spare time she is occupied with ac- tivities from U.S.Y. and the Y.M.H.A.-Hecht House. l.B.M, School is her future. Art Club 1, 2. JAMES C. RAE 70 Grafton Avenue Jay is an avid sports fan. After graduation he hopes to attend Bentley College of Ac- counting. JOHN RAFTERY 18 Hazel Street Johnls favorite pastime is working on his car. Other than that he enjoys football and hockey. Prep school and col- lege are in his immediate future. M, H , ls, We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves, DIANE B. RANDALL 9A Parkway Crescent Diane, quiet, friendly, Well- liked . . . enjoys playing the piano and babysitting . . . has received a certificate for excel- lence in typing and shorthand . . . hopes to become an ex- ecutive secretary. Welre sure she will be an asset to any of- lice. Archery 2, Library Club 2, French Club 3, Office Assist- ant 2, 3, Faculty Secretary 3. CAROL RASMUSSEN 1003 Canton Avenue Talented Carol enjoys sports, sewing, art, and her activities in the Luther League. Her participation in the Art Club and art classes will greatly contribute to her future career as a fashion designer. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Maiorettes 2, 3, Softball 1, 3, Gymnastics 1, Art Club 2, 3. KEVIN RECAN 30 Grafton Avenue Holy Cross College and serv- ice in the Navy highlight Kevin's plans for the future. At the present time, he is occu- pied with his job of helping lead the Milton Boy Scout troop. Math Club 3. PATRICIA A. REGAN 28 Thistle Avenue An avid golfer and swimmer, Pat is a member of a swimming team and a camp counselor. C.Y.O. activities take up the rest of her time. Worlcl Affairs 1, Blooclrnobile Assistant 2, Basketball 3, French Club 3. RONA E. REINSTEIN 6 Breck Street Rona . . . cheerful, pleasant, popular . . . active in the B'nai B11-ith Girls . . . hopes to become an elementary school teacher. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, Glee Club 3, French Club 3, Yearbook 3. otherwise We harden. lGoetheQ JAMES B. RICH 28 Parkway Crescent jim, who hopes to go to en- gineering school, enjoys sports of all kinds, and his activities in the U.S.Y. Latin Club 1, Wrestling 1. KATHRYN ROBERTSON 7 Mathaurs Street Petite, bubbly Kathy likes sports, dancing, and conver- sation. Since she hopes to be a legal secretary, she has a job after school as her church sec- retary. She also belongs to the church choir and C.Y.O. Basketball 1, Softball 1, Faculty Secretary 3. RICHARD ROBERTSON 167 Eliot Street A very interested member i.n his Church Fellowship, Rich also enjovs football and fishing. He would like to work for Uncle Sam after graduation. ALAN W. ROBSHAM 89 Oak Street Patriotic Al plans to serve our country after graduation in some branch of the service. He enjoys working on cars in his spare time. MARY RCCHE 273 Eliot Street Mary, who holds a part-time job, still finds time to enjoy skating and bowling. She is a member of C.Y.O., hopes to be- come a practical nurse. i964 ROBERTA ROCHE 8 Nahanton Avenue Energetic Bobbie is active in C.Y.O. basketball and is coach of the softball team. She hopes to become a secretary. Basketball 1, Gymnastics 1, Softball 1. ELAINE ROSENBLATT 9 Harold Street Friendly Elaine enjoys ten- nis, basketball, and archery. After graduation she hopes to enter the teaching profession and major in Physical Edu- cation. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 3, Archery 2, 3, Tennis 2, Dra- matic Club 2, 3. CHESTER ROSZKOWSKI 304 Truman Highway Mechanically minded Ches- ter enjoys tinkering with cars in his spare time. His plans after graduation include the armed forces. SUSAN L. ROTMAN 3 Mulberry Road Easy-going Susan is inter- ested in teaching the deaf and dumb after graduation. Her out- side activities include B.B.C. Red Cross Representative 1. THOMAS W. ROULSTON 71 Columbine Road Tom, always on the go, has been a well-liked member of our class, whom we will miss. He is interested in going into the Held of business adminis- tration after college. Cross Country 1, 2, Captain 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Out- cloor Track 1, 2, 3, Math Club 2, Dramatic Club 1. GEORGE I. RUDNICK 72 Hudson Street George plans on a college education after graduation. Al- though working after school he still Ends time to be an active member in U.S.Y. Latin Club 1, 2. BRUCE W. RYAN 1244 Brook Road After a busy M.H.S. career, Bruce is headed for college. His outside activities include C.Y.O., swimming, boating, and water skiing. Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 1. DOROTHEA SCHRODER 45 VVoodside Drive In the following year we will find Dorothea in her native Germany continuing her studies in mathematics and English. VVe will certainly miss our new friend. Debating Club 3, World Af- fairs Club 3. ILENE S. SCHWALBE 68 Cheever Street Award winning Irene is headed for a career in both executive secretarial work and business education after gradu- ation. She is an avid sports fan and a participant as well. Library Assistant 2, Faculty Secretary 3, Archery 3, Year- book Staf 3, Superintendentis Office Assistant 3. ARLENE R. SCHWARTZ 464 Central Avenue Conscientious Arlene is an active member in U.S.Y. and the Dramatic Club. Her hope of becoming an elementary teacher after graduation stems from her love of children. Badminton 1, French Club 2, Dramatic Club 3. M, H , S, Discontent is the first step in the STEPHEN M. SCOLNICK 145 Truro Lane Civil-minded Steve hopes to extend his education to law after graduation. His main am- bition is to travel abroad. Indoor Track 1, 2 Captain 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. LINDA SHAPIRO ll Blue Hill Terrace Besides being successful in her studies, Lynn hopes to go on to a career in teaching the handicapped children. Her in- terests include B.B.G. and piano. Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3. DAVID J. SHEPTYCK 41 Hawthorne Road Likable, jovial Dave has been greatly interested in out- door sports. His hobbies are jazz and traveling. After gradu- ation he plans to enter college and major in forestry. Football 1, 2, Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 3. BEATRICE M. SHIELDS 50 Sassamon Avenue Besides singing and dancing, Beatrice also likes to roller skate. She would like to be- come a successful secretary when she graduates from M.H.S. FAYE R. SHWARTZMAN 37 Trout Brook Avenue Through the Y.M.H.A.-Hecht House where she has belonged for three years, Faye gets to enjoy her hobbies of ice skat- ing and art. B.U. next. RONALD J. SIDMAN 59 Reedsdale Road Soft spoken Ronnie spends much of his spare time at either gardening or the M.I.T. Department of Meteorology. We know he will be success- ful in college. Ronnie belongs to the National Honor Society. Soccer 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Honieroom Delegate 1, 2, 3, Math Club 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3. JOSEPH S. SIDOTI 178 Lyman Road State wrestling champ Joe is a great sports enthusiast enjoy- ing track, wrestling and foot- ball. After graduation he hopes to be a Physical Education teacher. We all wish him well. Football 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, Captain 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Gym- nastics 2. CLAIRE S. SICEL 27 Curtis Ro-ad Popular Claire hopes to en- ter the world of medicine either as a dental assistant or a medical secretary. Being treasurer of Volunteens and an OH-icer of B.B.G. are included among Claire's outside ac- tivities Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Yearbook 3. GAIL F. SIMMONS 10 Adanac Road Vivacious Gail hopes to study dental assistance after graduation. B.B.G., Volunteens, and watching track meets are Gail's favorite pastimes. Softball 1, Office Assistant 3. ARLENE J. SIMPSON 6 Berlin Avenue Al, a member of the Rain- bow Girls, enjoys dancing, skating, and swimming. She is interested in becoming a hair- dresser. Future Homernakers 2, 3. progress of a man or a nation. CWildel I 9 6 4 DIANE SLIP 3 Lethrop Avenue Talkative Slippery lives the phrase, '6Never a dull momentf' B.B.G., Volunteer VVork, U.S.Y. and bowling have taken up much of her time. The business world, either as a secretary or bookkeeper, is her next stop. Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. PAUL L. SMITH 50 Landon Road Tall Paul is an avid sports participant and fan. He has done much to spur our football team on to victory. C.Y.O. and the Milton Youth Club are among his activities, and col- lege is his goal. Football 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, Outdoor Track 1, 2. ROBERT M. SMITH 131 Elm Street If Bob canlt Hx it, it's hope- less! One could always iind Bob in the French lab where his efforts were greatly ap- preciated. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Screen Guild 1, 2, 3, French Lab 1, 2, 3, 8 man. Club 3. BARBARA SOLOMON 34 Victoria Street Perky Barbara, always ready for a good time, is a popular member of her class. To at- tend a good college and be a top-notch writer are her am- bitions. B.B.G. is included among her high school ac- tivities. Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, Yearbook 3. ALAN B. SPICKLER 18 Hawthorne Road Spic, an active member of A.Z.A., hopes to go on to col- lege after graduation. XVhen he has free time, he enjoys bowl- ing and collecting records. W1'estling 1, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Play. M. ,Hg . KATHLEEN SPOON l Clapp Street Kathleenls friendly manner will certainly be welcomed in her chosen profession of nurs- ing. Although C.Y.O. and the Milton Youth Club take up much of her time, she still finds time to watch school sports. Maiorettes 1, Softball 1, 2, Badminton 2, Red Cross 2. LEWIS STEIN 2 Kahler Avenue Although Lou came to M.H.S. in his senior year, his friendly personality won for him many friends. He is a member of A.Z.A. Plans after graduation include college. STEVEN P. STEIN 2 Kahler Avenue Steve entered M.H.S. as a senior, and made many friends. His popularity may be attribut- ed to his winning nature. A.Z.A. constunes his spare time. Col- lege is next on his agenda. 8 man. Club 3. ERNA STENCEL 34 Annapolis Road Pleasant Erna will be re- membered as a hard-working student, always willing to help. One of our prize National Hon- or Society menibers she has participated in many communi- ty activities, and has worked in the Kidder Branch Library. Our loss is Brandeis Univer- sity's gain. Latin Club 1, French Club 2, Vice-President 3, Hmnerooni Delegate 2, Yearbook 3, French Honor Society 3. BARBARA I. STERN 32 Houston Avenue Talented Barbie has been a great asset to our art depart- ment. To be a commercial art- ist is her goal. U.S.Y., B.B.Y.O., and art classes are her favorite pastimes. Field Hockey 1, Art Club 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2. :Life is a progress from want -to want, RONALD L. SUFFERS 27 Hollingsworth Road Capable Ronnie, well known as an active member of U.S.Y. and Volunteens, plans to be either a civil engineer or an architect. Latin Club 1, Math Club 2, President 3. ALLAN B. TATEL 39 Lothrop Avenue Quiet Tate . . . active in U.S.Y., an avid record collector, now headed for a career in the field of engineering. Math Club 3. ROBERT F. TATRO 195 Milton Street Likable and active Bob hopes to become a musical director. A great sports fan, he is a member of Milton DeMolay and of the Milton Youth Club. Golf 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Band 1, 2, President 3, Glee glltgi 111, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir JAMES TAYLOR 51 Grove Street Known around M.H.S. by his friendliness, james fills his spare time working on cars, boating, fishing, water skiing, or collecting coins and stamps. He is an auto parts salesman after hours. A member of M.Y.C., he hopes to go to Bab- son lnstitute and major in ac- counting. ARTHUR C. TELECEN 15 Adanac Road Energetic Arthur . . . a trans- fer from Boston Latin School . . . enjoys girls, math and good jokes . . . dislikes home- work - but then, who doesn't? A National Merit semi-finalist. Math Club Treasurer 3, Out- door Track 2. MERYL J. THURMAN 17 Craig Street Meryl with the sparkling eyes . . . often seen with a paint- brush . . . volunteers her serv- ices at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital . . . an enthusiastic golfer . . . headed for Mass. College of Art. Art Club 2, President 3, Yearbook Stay? 3. DEBRA L. TILDEN 117 Sumner Street Cheerful Debbie, always on the go . . . a graceful dancer, a versatile athlete . . . loves convertibles, warm summer afternoons and most of all, banana splits . . . hopes to en- joy the rewards of the teach- ing profession. French Club 1, Glee Club 3, Basketball 1, Dramatic Club 2, 3. MARYLAINE TROMBLEY 481 Eliot Street A quiet smile, a pleasant manner - this is Marylaine. Active at M.H.S. and in her church, popular Marylaine loves art and hopes to enter a career in home economics. This unas- suming young lady is a member of the National Honor Society. Horneroorn Delegate 1, Vice- President Student Council 2, French Club 3, Basketball 2, Girls League President 3. J. GAIL TUFTS 179 Highland Street Attractive, dark-haired Gail enjoys horseback riding, skat- ing and sailing. A.n active member of her church fellow- ship, she hopes to become a medical secretary or an elemen- tary school teacher. Homeroorn Delegate 1. MICHAEL M. TULMAN 1 Kahler Avenue Ambitious is the word for Mike who works at a service station after school. A friendly smile for everyone is Mikes, way. Active in Y.M.H.A., he hopes to attend Babson In- stitute. 8 min. Movie Club, Vice- President 3. not from enjoyment to enjoyment. CBoswellj I 9 6 4 JANE UTLEY 65 Essex Road Well-dressed, smiling Janie is a talented artist and a Blood- mobile volunteer. One of our majorettes, she enjoys all types of music. Art Club President 2, 3, Maiorettes 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Business Staff 3. BARRY VOCEL 10 Craig Street Business school is Barry's goal. Active in U.S.Y., he also works after school . . . has an interest in all types of cars. His favorite pastime: bowling. CHRISTINA WALKER 17 Cheever Street Pretty, perky Chris . . . en- joys all sports and music . . . an expert seamstress . . . liked by students and teachers bolh . . . has had an active career at M.H.S. Library Club 1, Vice-Presi- dent 2, President 3, Girls L eague Vice-President 3, Horneroom Delegate 3, Tennis 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Basket- ball 1, Gymnastics 1, Badmin- ton 1, Softball 1, Guidance As- sistant 2, 3. ROBERT B. WALLACE 15 Blue Hill Terrace Street Known as 'KThe Governor" by his friends, Bob is mainly interested in cars. He spends his free time working in an auto body shop. His other in- terests are ice hockey and tennis. ELLEN M. WALSH 374 Brook Road Amiable Ellen is known for her long shiny hair. She enjoys sewing and is often found at a hootenanny or folk concert. ALAN P. WEINER 136 Craig Street Tall Al likes cars and his hobby is flying model air- planes. YVorking at a bowling alley' occupies most of his free timef' DAVID WHITE 521 Pleasant Street Dependable YVhitey . . . a valuable asset to our great foot- ball team . . . possesses a great sense of humor . . . usually found where the action is. College-bound, he is a fan of the Patriots and the Bruins. Hockey 1, 2, Co-captain. 3, Football 1, 2, 3. M. HENRY WIFHOLM 1371 Canton Avenue NVif, active and conscientious, is a good friend to have . . . often seen riding his horse or mountain climbing . . . mem- ber of the American Moun- taineeris Club, he plans to be- come a veterinarian. Math Club 1, Art Club 2, Debating Club 3, Soccer 2, 3. GORDON WILLIS 27 Nancy Road Gordon is well-liked and respected by all. He is a mem- ber of the National Honor So- ciety, National Merit Semi- finalist and Assistant Editor of the "Echo7, he hopes to be- come an engineer. Often seen flying by in an MG. Soccer 1, Math Club 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 1, "Ecbov 2, 3. JUNE B. WILSON 2 Pine Grove Street Ladylike June . . . blond hair and a quiet way . . . always helpful. She is capable Worthy Advisor of Milton's Rainbow Girls . . . a future secretary. Band 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, Treasurer 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 2, Red Cross Repre- sentative 1. M, H, S, Progress is our most important product. QCeneral Electric? DONNA L. WINEB 76 Hudson Street Donna, a member of Volun- teens and B'nai B'rith Girls, has Worked at the New Eng- land Medical Center. Enjoys tennis, skating, both types of skiing. Likes people. Hopes to become a dental assistant. Glee Club 3. DAVID WLUKA 172 Blue Hill Avenue Friendly Dave has a smile for everyone . . . a strong voice in an argument , . . likes 'iquietu jazz, a hi-li bug . . . This active Scout leader hopes to enter the field of journalism. Senior Play, Debating Club 3. Zin Enuing illlemnrg Judith Cahan October 4, 1946 - October 7, 1963 tNot graduating with Class of 'G-1 ELLEN P. YANOFF 110 Blue Hills Parkway Attractive Ellie . . , laughter is her middle name . . . A member of the Pep Club and of the Bjnai B'rith Girls, she hopes to attend Hnishing school after graduating from M.H.S. Glee Club 2, 3. RICHARD P. ZIECLER 19 Clifton Road Hard-working Dick is the President of M.Y.F. and a member of Milton DeMolay. M.H.S.'s history bug, he plans to teach after college. Band 2, 3. LINDA ZUNDELL 33 Pope Hill Road And we save the best for last! Active in B'nai B'rith Girls and Volunteens, she hopes to major in languages and become an interpreter. Known by her, 'cDr. John, what did you sayll' French Club 2, 35 Latin Club lg Yearbook 3. doors 'iKeep Outlv . . . Most popular club was the Couples Clubg met every day between periods in every nook and corner of the building . . . The Tea Room was used occasionally as a library . . . Lost and Found featured a Mickey Mouse Wfatch . . . Hockey and Basketball seasons successful: no one got hurt . . . Ski Clubbers had lots of fun if you like watching TV in traction . . . Wfonder what was plotted in all those moments of meditation . . . As the Bard would have said about so many rooms in the building, including the lovely lavs: HI see thee still, yet I use thee notf, . . . And when the class pictures came back, the blondes had forgotten they were blackheads the week the photographer came . . . The Associated Press story men- tioning the one-day delay of second term report cards . . . The shriveled up February vacation . . . How about the written tests in girls' gym classes? . . .All the Dickenses and Fensters wandering and whistling through the corridors . . . And a typi- cal student-teacher conversation: 'cMiss Dyas, is this Room 2l9?,' . . . 'gOt course, canit you read the sign: 2-2-IEW . . . Student Persecution week lasted from Sept. till june . . . Parking cars was fun, and the cab ride from Central Sq .... Never could convince Miss Shultz that a field trip to see "Cleopatra', would be a good Latin Club project . . . And it was the year that Liston felt the Lashes of Cassius . . . VV e had many bests: Typ- ists in the Aquinas contest, artists in the Globe contest, wrestlers in the state meet, and for sheer speed, there was nothing like the dashes and hurdles to first place in the chow line . . . VVe had four in a locker, six at a table at lunch, hours of homework, endless quizzes and tests, but with it all we had a million laughs and a million memories . . . and weill treasure every one . . . Look out, world: HERE WE COME! '64's Superlatives FOR the past few years this and the following page have been used to picture and caricature the "most,' and the abestv of this and that - This yearls Yearbook Staff, believing such pages concerned too many trivial items and never were - nor could ever be - accurate evaluations, voted unanimously to eliminate this feature from the 1964 Yearbook. We hope, instead, to make of this page a sort of dedication to all our fellow students who did the very best they could and most profited from their years at Milton High School. We believe that an all-B student who had to work, work, and work some more to attain those Bys rates Best Student award every bit as deservingly as the all-A student. The second stringer who got clobbered in practice but who endured all his hurts for the glory of Milton High School is, to our way of thinking, the real Best Athlete award winner. And so with all the other categories. If you did your best, then you were the best - and we salute you. A good team, a good school, a good town - is not composed of eighteen or twenty Best7s and Most,s. It is made up of persons all of whom have done their best to make it good. To you - the best of Milton High School - our congratulations for a job well done. THE 1964 YEARBOOK STAFF 92 .. .'r.f. . .- ' '-Q- i n 1,1 :Af 1 "' A., A P - Y .f'P! "Q 'Wu h 4 -A nr ., -J -fi N" ' , 5 -:A - ' I 1 - , L L 4.5-,H '2f?' wi 'I Eff?- f'13X " i' Y 1. T FALL- ff I' ' f i' ' Jia? , f- ' 1 --ihie , x,f i-' if A N 11 5 SPONSORS - Please Patronize Our Friends - 44 .I "Save in a Savings Bank" SAVINGS BANK Richard H. Schmidt, President TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 0 40 Adams Sfreel 561SAdams Street Milton Village East Milton Square "Boston's Oldest Chevrolet Dealer" HFRIEND OF THE FAMILYH SALES SERVICE ' - o - ' John J Delaney Inc WALTER BAKER CHOCOLATE I , I MATTAPAN, MASS. Jell-O Divison 2 General Foods Corp. 98-3800 I noRcHEsTER, MASS. Please Patronize Our Friends - S P O N S 0 R S - Please Patronize Our Friends - 1 Best of Luck,-"Future Citizens' BRUSH Hlll MARKET - Maffeo Bros. - MILTON Auto SALES, INC. Mercury C01T16t "First in Sales, because we are Packaged Liquors Beer and Wines first in service" W Foreign and Domestic N 95 Eliot Street ' Nlill0I1 ll Blue Hill Avenue. Milton, Mass. ' OX 6-2000 OX 8-6900 Compliments of: 1 W. F. MacDONAlD CO., INC. General Contractors 45 Willard Street Quincy, Mass. GR 9-6244 Congratulations and Best Wishes to "THE WHIZ KIDS" from the father of many former "Whiz Kids" Fred Williams - Please Patronize Our Friends - S P O N S O R S - Please Patronize Our Friends - GR 2-3656 Quincy Square OUINCY TYPEWRITER SERVICE Compliments of: LANG 84 MOORE 1 DRUGGISTS 5 Maple Street . l . 246 Bowdoin Street - TA 5-5480 Typewrlters Addlng Machmes and 1439 Dorchester Avenue - TA 5-3186 Sales - Service - Rentals Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 MILTON HIGH SCHOOL Dodge - Dart - 880 - Tough Trucks GUARANTEED USED CARS Bernie Wantmanas from YANKEE DODGE, INC. the Makers of "Sells for Less - Services Best' . o 2262 Dorchester Avenue ' Dorchester at Lower Mills lGE lilillll 296-9200 Eliot Street Milton, Mass. 02187 - We Service All Makes - - Please Patronize Our Friends - I -1 A S S O C I A T E S - Please Patronize Our Friends - CARLETON FORD Ford - Falcon - Thunderbird East Milton Just off Expressway at OX 8-1370 East Milton Square Compliments of: S. J. PHILOPOULOS, D.D.S. 524 River street Mattapan 26, Mass. Compliments of: BRAINBEAU OLDSMOBILE 20 Granite Street Braintree, Mass. VI 3-2100 FRANK A. FOWLER, MGR. LOREN MURCHISON AND CO., INC. Representing: "School and College Jewelersv 27 School Street Boston, Mass. R12-0161 F. A. KING AND SONS "Plumbing and Heatingl' Mass. License No. 5198-5214 OX 8-0631 90 Adams Street Milton Village, Mass. MILTON VILLAGE JENNEY STATION L. J. MacKenzie, Owner Adams Street Milton Village, Mass. - Please Patronize Our Friends - A S S O C I A T E S - Please Patronize Our Friends - "Wedding Photographs" -4 "Fine Photographs" it "College Applicationsv fA "Industrial and Commercial Photographs" STUDIO 480 Adams Street Mi1ton's Photographer OX 8-3456 ROBERT'S SUPPLY COMPANY "DuPont and Dutch Boy Paints and Fine Wallpapersl' , "Scott,s Lawn Products" "Wilkinson Garden Tools and Razor Blades' 1643 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan Square CY 6-3800, 6-3801 GEORGE C. WILSON INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. "Insurance with Assurance" Your Local Agent 30 Central Avenue OX 6-6300 Compliments of: "Now itls Pepsi for those who think youngv CHARLES C. COPELAND CO., INC. ll3l Randolph Avenue Milton, Mass. OX 6-0700 LEWIS AND SON "Plumbing and Heating Contractors" "Home Appliances - Oil Burners" License No. 4785 408 Granite Avenue East Milton 86, Mass. OX 6-3130, OX 8-8742 MILTON FACTORY SHOE OUTLET. "Brand name Shoes at Discount Prices for Men - Women - Children' 564 Adams Street East Milton, Mass. COpposite Milton Savings Bankj - PI6ase'Patronize Our' Friends - A S S O C I A T E S PIease"Patronize Our Friends - CYPRESS CLEANERS 25 Central Avenue, Milton 698-9277 "Pick-up and Delivery" Same Day Service - Tailor on Premises M. B. LAWRENCE PONTIAC CO., INC. Pontiac and Tempest "Sales and Service, Free Pick-up Seruicev 326 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. OX 6-1680 Compliments of: MASS. GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLY CO. 64 Main Street Watertown, Mass. O'NEIL INSURANCE Edward T. O'NeiI "All Forms of Irisurancel' 30 Central Avenue I Milton, Mass. MULLEN'S SERVICE STATION 352 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. OX 8-1630 "Your Friendly Mobil Dealerv Compliments of: MILTON BANK AND 524 Adams Street Milton 86, Mass. TRUST COMPANY Please Patronize Our Friends - ASSOCIATES - Please Patronize Our Friends - NORFOLK COUNTY TRUST CO. Granite Avenue, East Milton 86 "A Strong Neighborhood Bank - At Your Servicei' Eliot Street, Milton 87 Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1964: MR. and MRS. WILLIAM B. GREELEY HANLEY-FITZPATRICK PHARMACY "No Need to Leave a Sick Child" - Just Call OX 6-4440 Nathan Fleishman, Reg. Pharm. Corner of Reeolsdale Road and Randolph Avenue COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Compliments of: F. W. WOOLWORTH'S Mattapan Square WALTER F. DELANEY, PRES. AND TREAS. 2287 Dorchester Avenue Dorchester, Mass. 02124 "Insurance of All Kindsi' 296-9400 - Please Patronize Our Friends - A S S O C I A T E S Please Patronize Our Friends - C. P. GARDINER AND SONS "Contractors" 99 Myrtle Street North Quincy, Mass. GR 2-7706 MILTON VILLAGE BARBER "At Your Seroicev SHOP Philip Zona, Prop. 6O Adams Street Room 5 Milton, Mass. J. B. COLE AND GLEASON "Milton Home for Funeralsi' 5 Canton Avenue at Milton GE 6-7200 Village CODMAN CATERERS, INCORPORATED 4l River Street Dorchester 26, Mass. Phone: CY 8-6000 Compliments of: VILLAGE DRESS SHOP 2256A Dorchester Avenue Dorchester 24, Mass. MILTON HOME FURNISHERS, INC. Carl A. Todan, Mgr. "Fine Furniturei' 360 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. OX 6-3420 Please Patroniie Our Friends - A S S O C I A T E S - Please Patronize Our Friends - SQUARE PHARMACY D. Berger, Pharmacist and Owner I 1656 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND CENTRAL CLEANERS, INC, "1-Hour Cleansing and 3-Hour Shirt Seruicev 12-14 Central Avenue Milton, Mass. OX-6-3000 HENRY JENKINS TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. "Transporters of Merchandise Since 1896 Serving New England" 848-3000 Wood Road, Braintree, Mass. Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1964! GUIDO DIMASCIO 85 Amor Road Milton, Mass. Compliments of: MATTAPAN CO-OPERATIVE BANK 1575 Blue Hill Avenue I 1 Mattapan, Mass. Business: CY 8-2515 Home: ED 3-0179 - Please Patfoniie 0ur'Friends - ASSOCIATES - Please Patronize Our Friends - CATHAY VILLAGE Andrew Chin, Owner "Finest Chinese Foods 500 River Street Mattapan Square CY 8-2151 BROOK ROAD JENNEY SERVICE STATION "Ask For led or Saltyn 131 Brook Road Milton, Mass. OX 8-9646 Chez Marie P A T R O N S Arthur's, Lawn Mowers and 526A River Street, Mattapan Square Garden Supplies East Milton, Mass. Preston, Inc. Milton Village ...oi Bob and Oscar's Mattapan, Mass. ..o1 Murray's Department Store Mattapan, Mass. Granite 5 and 51.00 546 Adams Street Milton, Mass. 197 Compliments of: Arthur H. Blackburn, D.D.S Mattapan Square -01 Wynn Floor Covering, Inc. Mattapan, Mass. - Please Patronize Our Friends - PATRONS Carl S. Aldrich Service Station Dorchester, Mass. 101 Ruth Radford, Piano Studio River Street, Mattapan 101 Rico's Markets, Inc. River Street, Mattapan 1o1 Wisteria Shop of Milton Nursery Blue Hill Avenue io, Celi's Barber Shop 479 River Street, Mattapan ,Q-. Mattapan Fish Market 502 River Street ,oi Carne's Glamorama "Styling of Distinction" T o T Kline's Shoes Alson's Men's and Boys' Wear Mattapan, Mass. lnstron Engineering Corporation Canton, Mass. 101 O'Neil's Delicatessen and Restaurant Adams Street, East Milton, Mass. 1101: George's Shoe Store 29 Central Avenue, Milton, Mass .-.o-. Rustic Gardens Shop East Milton, Mass. -O- Jackson Radio and Television East Milton, Mass. 10-. East Milton Package'Goods Store, lnc 7 o 7 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan, Mass. Everett C. Myers - Please Patronize Our Friends - P A T R O N S Please Patronize Our Friends - Drever's Service Station, Dorchester, Mass. 101 South! Shore Travel Bureau Bob Ellis, Agent Sheldon Bldg., East 1-ov Milton Hardware Co. William A. Barnes, 1 o T Clover Drugs Co. Saul Cohen, Owner, Milton -.O1 Miss Vaughan, "Dresses" Central Avenue, Milton -a o 1 Harry, The Hair Stylist Dorchester Lower Mills -a o 1 Hodges Drug Store, S. M. Ross, Mgr., Milton, Mass. "Gulf Products" Scavo's Auto Body Quincy, Mass. 10.- Compliments of: Silvey Electric Co. Milton Mattapan, Mass. 10-. McDonough Drug Adanas Street Dorchester Lower Mills 10... Barry's Shell Service Center East Milton, Mass ,oi Reid and Hurley, "Travel Service Milton, Mass. ...o-. Milton Flower Shop East Milton, Mass. -.oi Carroll Perfumer Mattapan, Mass. Please Patronize Our Friends - BOOSTERS - Please Patronize Our Friends - Mr. and Mrs. George Abdelahad Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Aieta Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Allan Donald E. Allison Edward B. Anton Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Atran Mr. john A. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Thomas Robert I. Bellew Henry Berger Robert Bernstein Harold R. Betts Daniel E. Blacker Arthur Bloom Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brittan Mrs. William I. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Cadigan Mr. Edward Cannon Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Canter Miss Doris Chadwick Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Chute Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clouse Mr. and Mrs. George W. Coaker Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Connolly Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Coyle Mr. Howard W. Crowell Cynthia's Yarn Shop Miss Nellie V. Dawes Mr. and Mrs. Gaetano P. DeGrazia Miss Rose Depoyan Mfss Josephine C. Desmond Mfr. and Mrs. Philip Dohrow Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Dolan, Ir. Mr. and Mrs. Aram Ramon Donahed Mrs. George P. Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dwyer judge Samuel Eisenstadt Miss Lottie A. Elzbut Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Cappers, jr. Miss Shirley Cave Mr. Alan R. Engborg Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Enholm Please Patronize Our Friends - BOOSTERS - Please Patronize Our Friends - Mr and Mrs Jack Epstein Mr and Mrs Milton Kornetsky Mr. and Mrs. Leo Euse Mr and Mrs Carl Kullen Mr. and Mrs Joseph P. Farrington Mr and Mrs Floyd A. Lamb Mr and Mrs W. F. Farrington Mr- and Mrs Merton Lansky Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fienberg Mr arid Mrs Vail O- Leach Mr and Mrs J, Dgvid Fine Mr and Mrs Edward B. Lennon Mr. and Mrs. Burton L. Fitzgerald MT- and Mrs 521111 Levitt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Forbes Mr. and Mrs Albert L- Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Foster Mr. and Mrs. David Lieberman Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Gamni Mr. and Mrs William Lien Mr. and Mrs. W1 L. Ganter Mr, and Mfg, john j, Little MT- and MTS' Louis Gofz Mr. and Mrs W. F. MacDonald, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maffeo Mr. and Mrs. William L. Greenburg Mr, and Mrs Simon Manowitz Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Hackley M,-, and Mfg Raymond Mafad Mr. and Mrs. William Hall Mr, and Mrs, john Mazeika MF- and MTS- George E- Hafkim Mr. and Mrs. james M. McCusker, Sr Helen Harvey, Hair Stylist Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. McEnany Miss Elizabeth M- l0hI1Sf011 Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGowan Mr. and Mrs. E. Francis Kane Mr, and M1-5, Hayman Mirkin Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Kantaros Mr. and Mrs George D. Moore D Mr. and Mrs. Simon L. Katz Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mullin, Ir. Mr. and Mrs. William Klehm Mr. Dennis Murdock - Please Patronize Our Friends ,- BOOSTERS. - Please Patronize Our Friends - Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Patricia Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Needel Samuel Needel E. Nelson Samuel I. Norman John I. O'Connor, Ir. Maurice Palter William E. Payne, Ir. Maxwell Pearlstein Max Peltz John A. Petersen Carleton Peterson Russell Pitnof H. Polonsky Charles A. Powers, Sr. Miss Ialond Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford I, Roland David Rotman Leonard Rudnick William G. Ryan, jr. Mrs. Virginia Santosuosso Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Albert Schneiderman and Mrs. Morris I. Scolnick and Mrs. Bertram L. Schwalbe and Mrs. George Schwartz Senior High Guidance Mr. and Mrs. Myer Shapiro Miss Bennette A. Shultz Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Norman Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ethel B. Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. M. Shwartzrnan Hyman Sigel Alfred Simmons Harry Slip Robert A. Smith Morris Solomon Joseph Spickler Peter Spoon Samuel Stern G. Tardiff Irving A. Thurman Raymond Tufts Harry Tulman C. N. Utley Leon L. Vogel Francis Walker Wiley Robert Wilson, jr. Anna Winer Mr. and Mrs. Issac Wluka Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Yanoff - Please Patronize Our Friends - am flags PHUHIGHAPHEH . .. The responsibility associated with such a title is no small task. A School Yearbook without photographs would indeed be dull. Therefore, we have tried to fulfill our photographic assignment with the careful attention necessary to assure you a pleasant and lasting memory of your days at Milton High School. Q46 HARVARD NTUDIU Official Pfzofograplner l947- 1964 669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. ESPEUIHLLU FUR UUU. 0 The making of School Yearbooks takes far longer than you think. 0 The co-ordination of photography, art work, engraving, printing and binding was entrusted to our skilled craftsmen who have been making fine quality Yearbooks for more than a quarter of a century. 0 Together with the staff who have served you so well, we too share in the satisfaction of completing this book . . . Especially For YOU f PAUL K. BLANCHARD, INC. 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