Milton High School - Echo Yearbook (Milton, MA)

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'4- .' k 'f 2 . 7 555 1 hi: ' 1 ,, A A rg v . U f Q 0 l I www Life is a path from birth to death. At least once in our lives each of us stops to listen to a fantastic tale. XVhen we have arrived at our final destination, we ourselves will have told quite a tale. VVe shall have traveled the roads of joy, sorrow, mystery, often delayed by daily problems. In much this same manner Alice, of Lewis Cari-oll,s Alice in lV0ncIerlzmcl, follows a path. Her hardships are many, her problems are varied . . . yet she travels on. YVe, too, the class of 1965, are starting our paths. Milton High School has given us the in- troduction, the push, the drive, the advice, and the desire to continue. Our trip is as varied, as complex, and in many ways as fantastic as that of Alice. VVe must travel on . . . forever indebted to Milton High. eanlewh Prologue Faculty Activities Sports Seniors Features Sponsors Epilogue MILTCN HIGH SCHOCDL THE ECHCD I 9 6 5 The Yearbook of the Senior Class MILTON, MASSACHUSETTS 'I v - - Y - - - - , ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT BENJABIIN BULIP JOHN P. CONCANNON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS E. DAVIS WOODBURY SCHOOL COMMITTEE JOSEPH M. DONAHUE IOSEPH DUGGAN FRANCES NIARDEN EVERETT C. MYERS W. GORDON SWAN, CChairmanj af Wwwfcww www Za mam ,W sow Gkmla M Bmw 744 Mudage Mr. E. Francis Kane My sincere congratulations to the graduating class of 1965, the largest class in the history of Milton High School. You have been closely guided for the last three years by a most under- standing faculty to prepare you to take your rightful place in society. And I am not unmindful of the many honors you have received, especially in the academic field. You are about to enter an exciting adult life with its limitless possibilities and challenges. XVe are told that some five million youths will enter this society within the next three years and with an ever-increasing degree of automation some would discourage your generation with its high hopes and aspirations. You have been encouraged to seek the right answers, the right attitudes, the right way of thinking. As you enter college life or the business World, we hope you will make use of these attributes. The complex adult life of today de- mands it of you. This is not the end of our relationship. NVe are confident of your success, and we shall always be eager to assist you in any way possible. T'-1 AC LTY Yliidx WW bf 4 A N -r Aw 'fvmcl ENGLISH MISS DYAS MISS CAVE MISS ALBIIET MR. F IDLER MR. MCDUFF MRS. DRUCKER MISS ROBINSON MISS NELSON MRS. GOLDMAN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL MR. IN1ULLIN BUSINESS MISS DESMOND MRS. SLIITH MISS ELZBUT MR. CARNIE MISS JOHNSTON MR. CANNON FOREIGN LANGUAGE MISS FAIIIIEX MR. Cn0wI3I.L MRS. IDONALDSON MISS SHULTZ MISS RICH HOME ECONOMICS Mus. ROLAND MRS. CALLAHAN MISS DAXX'ES GUIDANCE MR. BRENNAN MISS SEAIIS MR. ARCHIBALD M IIS. H.-kX'ER MR. RAMACOIITI MATHEMATICS MR. SNELL MR. TARDIFF MISS IDEPOYAN MR. ALGER MR. BRENNAS MR. GLEASON INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. SIIUTE MR. BANTA MR. BAILEY MR. MACDONALD MR. RICHARDS PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. RYAN MRS. BELKIN MR. RAYLIOND MISS HANLEY MR. LAPXVORTH SCIENCE MII. PEDEIISEN MII. CIIEIGIITON MII. SMITII MII. COLIII' MISS YVILEY XIII. cj.-XBIPHELL MII. HABIILTON SUPERVISORS MII. ALEXANIJIQII QAIID MR. TATII0 CMIISICD SOCIAL STUDIES XIII. XICCABE MISS FUSTEII MR. NEVINS MII. KENT MII. COPP MII. GADAIRE MR. JENNINGS READING DEVELOPMENTAL MR. SHEA MRS. BUCHANAN LIBRARY AUDIO-VISUAL SPECIAL STUDENTS MRS. PILE MISS WAGONER MISS BENSON DRIVER EDUCATION NURSE OFFICE SECRETARIES MR. DUNBAR MRS. DAVIS MRS. MCCUSKER MRS. ARCANA A Y CTIVITIES FRONT ROXY: Karen Minsimzer, Susan Arlains, Judith Falcone, .Judith Myers, Gail Suzedell, Bonnie Geller, Marcia Brcmfielrl, Bette Sunshine, Martha Peverly, Second Row: Cynthia. Newcomb, James McDonough, Steven Astrac-han, Peter Alurmlzu, Barry Alpert, Alan Bravex-man, Donna Botbol. The National Chosen for their scholarship, leader- ship, service, and character, the mem- bers of the National Honor Society cer- tainly deserve to have their picture placed first in the Yearbook. To become a member of the National Honor So- ciety, one must be extensively screened by his teachers. He must also maintain a high scholastic record and participate in extracurricular activities both in school and in the community. As a re- Honor Society sult of this close scrutiny only about one out of every twenty students becomes a member. However, this number has been increasing from year to year. This year the National Honor Society has been fortunate in having Gail Suzedell as its president. The privilege of be- coming a member of the National Hon- or Society is one to which all should aspire. I'ltUN'l' ROXY: Elaine Kaiserman. B:u'h:u'a Wckstein, Alive Uonnolly, Donna Bntbol, Judith Myers, llzxrvia, Bl'Ul'l1fI9lLl. Susan Adams, Juditli lfzilvune. 151-llc Sunshine. Second Row: Cynthia Nt-wuonila. Nl L lx A yr: ijnian, Gail Suzedell. Larraine liussi. Karen llinsinyqer, Marc Glassinan. James Mvljunoixgli. Mic-hele Manning. Mary Delaney. Bonita Geller. llairllia I'vve1'ly. Third Row: Michael Lilzmt. Harry Alpert. Peter Murrina. Leo Casey, Hunalil I.in4le-n. Iiuwi'--nee Anderson. Kevin Doherty, Stephen Astl':H'l1:ln. Alan Hl'2lVt'I'l'l'l2ll1. Senior Honor Roll The members of the Senior Honor Roll are those students who have main- tained honor grades throughout high school. This is not an easy task, and they deserve much credit. They care enough to do more than just the essen- tials expected by their teachers. Extra reading assignments and independent projects earn them their high marks. They are not just good students, they are also good citizens. These students are the ones Who find the time to do their part to aid the community by do- ing such things as volunteer Work, serv- ing on committees, and participating in community projects. Not one of these students ignores his duty to Milton. The members of the Senior Honor Roll are the top members of the class of 1965. FRONT ROXV: Karen Stockman, Judith Falvune, Alice Connolly, Cynthia Newcomb, Neal Gordon, D LBLHI V-1-W N,l. VV l 'ff' -l " " - Y- ' " ' ' onni 0 ln, a Lrie e son, enfy :ta 1011. second Row. Maltha. l tveily, Phyllis Burnham, Lois He-vis, Roberta Silverio. .lane Shaughnessy, Susan Reardon, Marcia Brnmfielfl, Susan Vveinstein, Barbara Xlfekstcin, Linda, Shimmin. Donna Spirmey. Third Row: Marjorie Rooflin, Janet Rosenblnom, Susan Bates, Carol Cercone, Lurraine Bossi, Michele Manning, Judy Myers, Sandra Feingold. Yearbook Literary Staff The Work, the fun, the teachers, the friends, the ambitions - this is our school. Can the pictures, the Write-ups, the pages of one book express the feel- ing we have all had for M.H.S.? T0 prove that it can has been the hard job of a few zealous members of our class. ROBERTA SILVERIO, Yearbook Typist The devoted literary staff of 1965 has spent many hours working diligently toward their ultimate goal-a Yearbook which in later times will help us recap- ture the spirit of our years at Milton High School. MR. BLANCHARD CYearbook Printerl MR. IANNELLO QYea1'book Photographerl Staff of I96 Yearbook ASSISTANT EDITOR ASSISTANT CYNTHIA NEWCOMB NEAL GORDON DONNA BOTBOL SUE BATES EILEEN GOLDIE DONNA SPINNEY ROBERTA SILVERIO LARRAINE BOSSI R4ARCIA BRONIFIELD PHYLLIS BURNHALI CAROL CERCONE JUDY FALCONE SANDRA F EINGOLD ALICE CONNOLLY MICHELE NIANNING NIARTHA PEVERLY BARBARA WEKSTEIN SUE REARDON LOIS REVIS JANET ROSENBLOOINI JANE SHAUGHNESSY MARJORIE ROODIN WENDY STAFFORD KAREN STOCKMAN SUE WEINSTEIN HARVEY VVEINREBE LINDA SHIMMIN VALERIE NELSON JUDY MYERS FRONT ROW: Susan Adams. Perm' Nelson. lflmvan-Il Lunnlnn, Walter Gallery, Gail Suze-dell. Pell: Murflza, Alan Brave-I-Inan. Second Row: I.iII4lu Slain, Bette Sunshine, Sandra Feingold. Franc-I H1-aney. Karen 1IiIlSlllS'6I', Bonnie- Geller, BIar,im'iv Linnl. WALTER GALLERY GAIL SUZEDELL PETER NIUHDZA BONNIE GELLER BITA EUERLE BETTE SUNSHINE LINDA STEIN ROBERT XIANTICA STEPHEN GEDEN ELAINE K.-XISERBIAN Echo Staff VIRGINIA PIERCE KAREN NIINSINGER IDOHIS CARLSEN FRANCES HEANIEX' SUSAN NVERNER TINA RUDKIN PIOXVARD LONDON PETER NELSON ALFRED DUSHNIAN IDONNA MANGANELLI BUSINESS EDITOR SANDRA FEINGOLD 18 NIICHELE GIXEELEX' SHEHYL COOPER BRUCE VVYNIAN SANDRA CIFFOHD JANE SIEGEL ROBERT DENNIS ANNE O,NIALLEY' NI.-XRCIA Koss ALAN BRAVERBIAN MARJORIE LIND SUSAN ADAAIS The Echo This year for the first time the "Echov staff has made it possible for the stu- dents of M.H.S. to enjoy not only a semi-annual magazine but also a peri- odical hulletin. The key Words for this yearls skillful staff seem to be progress and excellence. Making Headlines While Beating Deadlines FRONT ROW: Gail Bavley, Susan Silver, Kevin Doherty, Frances Heaney. Martha Mull ill 1 Pls e Lackey. Second Row: Grace Bzit.ta:.:'lioIi, Carol Noi-lon, Janet Rosenbloom, Baxbu 1 Moilm sanlii Bloom. Thirrl Row: Helaine Albert, Lindam Riu-liie, Ellen Euse, Marion McCabe Bubari In Mai ureen Horigan. Yearbook Business Staff It is the responsibility of the Yearbook Business Staff to make certain that the Milton High Yearbook is financed prop- erly. A homeroom representative is necessary to insure efficient transac- tions between the students and staff. Additional funds are obtained through subscriptions and advertisements. With the competent help of Miss Wiley, the staff has maintained an excellent repu- tation for success. 20 FRONT RUXV: Lynne Raymond. 1'ax'ol Norton. Alzircizu Bromflelil, lilyrze Lackey, Susan Silver, Prim DeYouni-r. Sf-voml Row: Sandra lilrmin. Joel fir.-ennmn. David Turnbull. Michael Alt'NulIy. Elle-n liuse The Collectors A grim name for a grand group - "The Collectorsf, At times ,twas a grim job, plaguing and hounding their friends for that last dollar to beat that last deadline. Did they succeed? - Well, you Wouldift he reading this if you l13.dI'1,'f paid for itl 21 FRUNT ROW: G. Bavloy, M, Kznufman. D, Rutlml, K. Hurwitz. H. Alpert, A. Solomon. G. Suze-dell. S. Allunis. N. Swartz. Second Huw: N. 'l'hm'hurn. I.. Shimmin, S. Iiluom. 'l'. Lemler, S. Alrranisrm, li. Petersen, IJ. Uarlson. K. lklinsinger, L. Bossi. J, Myers. E. Milnian. I.. Raymond. I., Stein, Ii. Kagan. Third Row: A. Bravernian. M. Koppel, D, I.:ul'kin. .I, Robbins. I.. Ifasf-li. M. Melia-an. H. NVeinrelio, Il. Linden, li. Uunnoll, H. l.ilnn-r. Dramatic Club The brilliance of Broadway is here at Milton High. This year our Dramatic Club had a dream come true - an enor- mous stage, an intricate lighting system - everything We need that the show might go on. The premiere production was the sen- ior class play, "Tom Ionesf, the story ol' a uparagon of virtue - misunderstood as the good so often are-.U See pages 102 and 103 for behind-the-scenes and on-stage pictures. Aided by the spirit of an enthusiastic director, Miss Cave, the Dramatic Clulm planned a very full year. Included in the yearis activities were special pro- grams, workshop sessions, and partici- pation in regional and state drama festi- val activities. ll lvl' lx fly- '.5LQfJ.7 . X .-X. Front row: Linda. Stein. Linda Sliimmin, G l . uzetlell. Barry Alpert. Karen Hurwitz. Cynthia Ross, Arlene Solomon. Second row: Alan Braverma R I l L l 1" 1 Al Bl llpl ie ,inLen, incon lasci, an ank,Mich:1el National Thespian Society KCTHE PLAYJS THE THINGF, Willid17l Shakespeare S Q ' lj F ll i M M' N .1 :,f in W kj li a- Wm ' c 9 A vi dy f M - X A Spotlights and greasepaint, hammers and stitches, scene plots and sound cues, rehearsals and more rehearsals- a play and a company grow together. Beyond the applause on opening night is another goal, the coveted certificate and pin of the National Thespian So- ciety. This year the combination of our new stage, more difficult plays, and stiffened membership requirements has increased the challenge. By February, eleven seniors and two juniors had qualifiedg after the May initiation a record number will be wearing the insignia of the double mask. FRONT ROXY: Carol Cercone, Elaine Kaiserman. Second Row: John Quatromoni, Howard London, James McDonough, Senior Student Council The Student Council has increased its already large contributions to Milton High School and to the community. The council has promoted the "Save the Childrenls Federationv by collect- ing usable clothing from the students. At the time of the national election the council also helped with a 5'Get out the vote campaign? For the school, the council has helped in the scholarship drive by selling candy at basketball games and by sponsoring rummage sales and cake sales. It also sold note- books, sweat shirts, and book covers to raise money for its general functions. Besides being active within the school and the community, the Student Coun- cil has sent delegates to the Eastern Massachusetts Student Council Con- vention and to the Massachusetts State Student Council Convention. 1 lN XX I in li Shimmin, Paula Tate. Marc-ia Iirumiield, John Quatromom Xliche Nl umm L e 1 Geller, Valerie Nelson. Second Row: Stanley Bunscm, R1 11 1 S 1 l Dax li l e I I h l x in N 1 Fx l 7 . eal Gordon, 'I'm-Vry Law, ltulmort Hilmes, 4 'ei '1'1'o.zi Homeroom Delegation The Homeroom Delegation, consist- ing of one delegate and alternate from each homeroom, is a very important or- ganization in our school. It aids the Student Council in linking together the student body and the faculty. The dele- gation assists in keeping the students aware of the activities and opportuni- ties that are opened to them. The delegation met regularly under the capable leadership of its president, john Quatromoni. 25 FRON L' ROW A11 n Sholds, Bonnie Geller, Cynthia Ross, Second Row: Lind P 1 tt 1 Libra ry Assistants They come early, and leave late, and give up their study periods to shelve and dust, to straighten and check out the books in our library. They,re indis- pensable not only to Mrs. Pile, but also to each Milton High School student, for they put themselves at our disposal to help us find whatever books or maga- zines that We may need. The Library Assistants are true examples of good citizenship at M.H.S. 26 X x f X Q fy-s 3 ' - jx FRONT ROW: Alice Connolly, Uni-ol Norton, Nancy Swartz, Paula Tate. Judith Dugan, Miriam Kauf- man. Sm-mid Row: Martha MacXVi11iani, Pyntliia Ross, Frances Heaney, Patricia Brennan. Sandra Bloom. Girls League This year the Girls League took on a bright new air under the capable lead- ership of Nancy Swartz, its president, and Miss Desmond, its new adviser. For the gala semi-formal, which initi- ated the yearas activities, the school gymnasium was transformed into a wonderland of blue and green. The Girls League not only sponsored tradi- tional activities such as the Mothers' Tea and Fashion Show, and the Spring Dance, but also introduced the Spring Picnic on which every girl had a time she will never forget. Any girl whose interests ranged from art to athletics could find her place in the Girls League. FRONT ROXV: Jann Sharon, Martha Pe-verly, Elaine Walsh, Elyse Lackey, Bette Sunshine. Stephen Karoul. Donna Manganclli. Elaine liniserman. Second llow: Lois Revis, Linda Shimmin. Laura Fine, Susan Adams. C'ynthin Newcomb, l.ynula XYelensliy, Maureen Horigan. Norma Thorburn, Barbara We-k4Lein. Arlene Nil-rman, Mr. Enrborg. Thirll ltow: Barbara Merlin, Marion Mcl'alye, Sheila Abrzinison. Karen Alinsinger. Joseph 1"on'an. Larry Anderson. Barbara Petersen. Micliele Manning, French Club This year's French Club, aided by the enthusiasm of president, Bette Sun- shine, vice-president, Steve Karoul, secretary, Karen Stockman, and treasurer, Elyse Lackey, is succeeding in its purpose to stimulate interest in French outside of the classroom. "Paper bag dramaticsf' Susan Adams, slides of Switzerland, Mr. Foss's talk on Cambodia, French films, their own newspaper, and four trips to a French restaurant have made it a variety-packed and enjoyable year. Ellen Euse. Merle Gabor. French Honor Society The French Honor Society, selected for continuing excellence in French and all other subjects, has brought much credit to Milton High Schoolis Foreign Language Department. FRONT ROTY: Susan Adams, Bonnie Geller, Gail Suzedell, Elaine Kaiserman. Second Row: Cynthia Newcomb, Marcia. Bromiield, Bette Sunshine. FRONT ROYV: Maureen Mt-Carthy, Susan Bates, .Ioan Bogni. Esther Milman. Sec d Ro 'XIarJo1e Rooclin, Marjorie O'Brien. Art Club The imaginative and colorfully crea- tive posters which have been adorning the Walls of Milton High School are just a sample of the Art Clubys artistic ability. Promoting interest in school activi- ties and events, the club has proven to be one of the most beneficial organiza- tions in the schoolis history. Field trips to art exhibits, museums, and other places of interest, are just an- other branch on the tree of activity of this productive and energetic group. 30 M 6 PQ .li .Xxx N A xx! ' . ,' Mm If f W 5 I x 1 FRONT ROXY: Peter l-lesselsrliwerrlt, Samli Pit-rc-P, Donna Mnngminelli, Michael lJeAngelis, Second Row: XVilliam Dunphy, Ric-harnl I.uwne5', Lincoln Fasrli, Peter Shcinfelfl, Mr. O'Donnell. Band The Band, under the direction of Mr. O'Donnell, has given us much musical pleasure with their performances this year. The members, who rehearsed every seventh period, were an integral part of each football game and pep rally, as Well as enthusiastic performers at the Christmas assembly and the an- Glee Club This year the Glee Club was composed of selected voices, under the superb direction of Mr. Tatro. This group met twice a week for rehearsals and enjoyed the use of the modern facilities on our new music department. The members presented gay entertainment at the Christmas assembly as well as at the annual spring concert and a special concert at Natick High School. nual spring concert. FRONT RUXY: Anne- 3lucXVilliam, Elyse l.avln-y, llarlvara lim-tts, Ericlca Jacobsen. Laura Fine, Alan-Ilia Mac-XYillizun, Janice Ferrcn. Milmlreel Wilt-ox, llymla XX'elvnsliy. St-cond Row: lilnily Correnti, llm-len Ulasby, Arlene Solomon. Karen Minsingr-r. Daniel Larliin, Marilyn Brit-kley, Marjorie l.in1l, Sheryl Chair, .li-anette Bruneau. LEFT TO RIGHT: Stephen Iiullenlwrg. Mr. E!lHlHl1'2'. Ric-hard Blank. Language Laboratory Assistants An important part of the foreign language laboratory program at Milton High School is that of the Language Lab technicians who keep our lab in perfect condition. With their valuable assistance in repairing booths, microphones, and headsets more time can be utilized in acquiring knowledge of French and German. Chemistry Club ., , .Nr Z d rip ? w-elsif I-'HUNT RUXV: Norma Thorburn, .Inn Honsnll. Sun :l,YI'0VllL'll, John Agh:1,ianian. Susan Silver. Second li-iw: Arlene Solomon. David 'l'urnhuII. Ili--hnrfl l.nwm-y, Kon I'l1il1i1is, Mr. Hamilton. FRONT ROXY: Susan Gardner, Emily Vorrenti. Karen l.ouglu'an. Kathleen Lynch. .ludy Gales, .Iualy Falcone. Anne IllacVVilliam, Valerie Nelson. Second Row: Miriam Kaufman. Sandra Lever. Paula Tate, Susan Reardon, Frances Heaney, Larraine Rossi. Mary IM-laney. Sandra Feingold. Uarol Norton. Mr. 1'rr-i1..:'l1trm. 'l'hiril Row: Alice Connolly, Robert Anderson. .laxnes Corliss. Kevin Ilolierly, Tlmomas Qualromoni, Daniel Larkin, XValter Gallery. Nancy Swartz. Concessions For most people football games start at 1:00 P.M., but for the industrious, enthusiastic concession-Workers game time is 9:00 A.M. It is at this time that students, directed by Mr. Creighton, begin prepara- tion of the appetizing snacks that are on sale during the game. "Pop- corn, hot dogs, coffeelv is a frequent cry of these workers, while pro- gram vendors, under the direction of Mr. Carnie, approach customers as they pass through the gates. Football games are exciting, but the concession Workers add fun. 34 FRONT ROVV: J. Smith, E. Campbell, Ii. Lief. E. Sm-rilmer, J. Bruneau, D. Van Putten, J. Ferren, P. Burnham. Serond Row: E. Parker, J. Falcone. G. Bavley. L. Bossi. A. MacVVi11iam, E. Correnti, F. Heaney, C. W'ard, P. Desmond. L. Tutunian. J. Pulaski. Third I-low: K. Lynch, A. Sholds, G. Demitri. D. McGag'h, R. Silverio, M. Harrington, S. Reardon, M, Brickley, H. Ross, P. Anton, K, Hale J. Dugan. D. Canty, S. Lever. P, Tate. M. Morgan, Mrs. Roland. Fourth ROW! N. Swartz, J. Sliaughe nessy, P. XVest. S. Feingold, E. Lievi, J. Quinn. V. Capoclieci, L. Jones, M. Thomas, M. Lally, P. Mulhern. J. lilehm, C. Galvin. V. Nelson. A. Connolly, E. Jacobsen. Future Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of America is one of the few clubs at Milton High to have a state and national affiliation. Also, the Milton High Chapter is the largest in the state consisting of 147 members with Mrs. Roland as chapter adviser. The FHA offers many advantages to its members, a few being - oppor- tunities to be of service to othersg assistance to members in choosing their life goals and valuesg providing new friends, new views, and new experiences. Fifty girls from Milton attended the annual FHA State Convention held at the University of Massachusetts. The last national convention was held in Chicago, with Larraine Bossi and Frances Heaney representing our chapter. The next convention in Philadelphia will be attended by Mrs. Roland and two representatives to be elected. This year's activities have already included a record hop which was very successful, a candy sale, and a Silver Tea initiation ceremony. X3 xx tix as 1..5:,,4 I-'IUINT ROW: Pamela. DeYounH. Donna Sninnoy, Linda Stein. Susan Chu-rlner, Daniel Larkin, Judy Hatvs, Valerie Nelson, Alice Connolly, Lynnm- liuynioncl. Second Row: Virginia Olxerg, Mary Delaney. Susan Adams. Carol Cercone, Linda. Ritchie, Su:-:an Reardon, Donna Spinney, Maryheth Giarla. Tliirml Row: xvlllllllll Lynch, Stephen Smith. Marla Mr-Lean, Ronald Turner. James Curran. Ralph Stmldarml. ki Club The Ski Club has become one of the most popular clubs at Milton High. Such enthusiasm for membership has made more and better trips possible. Un- der Mr. Raymond's guidance, the club was run by President Chris Hoxie, Vice President Judith Cates, and Secretary-Treasurer Daniel Larkin. Altough attempts for trips early this school year had been futile because of Weather, snow finally fell CSO did the skiersj and a good time was had by all. Q v K.:--ev. 1 , -as 'Fl . ' - 'Maas , X if f, fr' U' qi Q., l ii it 'if' M.-wma . FRONT ROXY: Myra, Lyman, Bonnie Geller, Alan liraverman. Miss Shultz, Petui' Murdza, Susan XVeinsLein, Gail Suzeclell. Ser-ond Row: Ellen l,llI'liP'l'. Stanley Bunson, Marcia Bromfield, Ronald liinzls-11. .Iuily Myers. Donna. Hotlml, Miriam Kaufman. Elyse Lackey. Latin Club The Latin Club with seventy mem- bers is one of the largest clubs at Mil-- ton High School. Under the guidance of Miss Shultz and Mrs. Donaldson, the Latin Club has kept alive an interest in the classical languages. During the course of the year the club has seen slides of Various parts of Europe, par- ticularly Italy, put on a play about the Roman feast day of Saturnalia, and had its annual Slave Auction. In addition, the club participates in the nation-wide junior Classical League Which holds state-Wide and nation-Wide conventions each year to which the Mil- ton Chapter has sent several members in previous years. The officers of the club include Peter Murdza and Alan Braverman, consuls Nancy O,Connell, aedile, Bonnie Cel- ler, treasurer, Susan VVeinstein, record- ing secretary, Felice Reagan, corre- sponding secretary, Gail Suzedell, pho- tographer, and Myra Lyman, historian FRONT ROXY: l'r-ter Alurdza, Michael Litant, .Inn Iionsall Wifi. l'l0lPL'I'l Melaugh '66, .Incl Greenman. Peter Nelson. Iizirry Alpert. Second Row: Alivhzxvl RI:-Nulty. Pcli-1' Shumsker. Steven Oppcnheim. Michael Koppel. Alan Keith, Huh Rosemark. Mathematics Club The Mathematics Club provides in- terested students an opportunity to dis- cuss their projects before the entire group. Aerodynamics, set theory, analy- sis of medical data are some of the top- ics which have been outstanding this year. Mathematical essays prepared for classes are another source of interest- ing material. Also, mathematical films are shown and guest lecturers have been invited to discuss mathematical topics at the meetings. In the spring, the club takes at least one field trip to a mathematical or sci- entific installation at a university or government center. For a service project, several mem- bers of the club teach the use of slide- rule to large groups of students over a period of two to three Weeks. Facult , Office and Guidance Assistants These girls have given up many of their study periods to help the faculty and oiiice secretaries. They peiform such tasks as typing, delivering notices, and answering the telephone and switchboard. ni-, .,.. , FACl'LTY SECRETARIES FRONT RUXY: Iinherta Silverio. Linda Robertson. Cynthia Galvin, Paula Callen. Carol Norton. Gail Bavley. Marcia Morgan. Set-ond How: Evelyn Ss-rihner, Jeanne Klehm, Sandra Feingwnlrl, Cheryl Erna, Linda, Jones, .leanne Lztlfroix. Barbara, Payne, Harriet Zieper, Grace Battaglioli, GUIDANCE ASSIST.-XNTS FRONT ROW: Valerie Nelson, Donna Botbol, Alam-ia Bromlieltl, Carol Cercone, Mary Delaney, Susan Weinstein. Martha 1IaeXYillia1n, Sem-ond Row: Janice Fei-ren. Judy Falcone, Donna AlcGag.g'li, Susan Bates, Larraine Bossi, Patricia llulhern, Carol Norton, Karen Stockmztn, OFFICE ASSISTANTS FRONT ROXV: Kathleen Lynch, Alice Connolly, Vir,2'inia Ohergi. Frances Heaney. PSHHJ' lVill2ll'1l, Kathleen Culligan, Donna Spinney. Second Row: Martha MacXVi1liam, .Tucly Dugan. Uyntliin Newcomb, Jeannette Quinn, Lois Revis, Jeanne Connelly. 39 FRONT RONV: Charlotte Blake, Lynda XK'elensky, Sandra Bloom, Gail Bavley. Second Row: Laura Fine, Barbara Merlin. Bloodmobile Assistants Yes, some people can stand the sight of blood. The Bloodmobile Assistants, for example, are trained to assist in the various duties that are necessary to the smooth functioning of the Bloodmobile in its visits to Milton. These girls, through their hard work and generosity both after school and during vacations, are the builders of a better com- munity. WGN as I Q39 Q' 2 Z X , - '-,E - J' l : 5 XJ -1 SURE CST POSSC 1866 Front row: Merle Gaber. Sheila Abramson, Susan XVeinsLein, Maureen Harrington. Second row: .loan Bogni, 3llll'g'E' Cennami, Karen Hurwitz. Miss Benson's Assistants Room 020, the first classroom in the new building, is separate from the hub- bub of the rest of the school. Hundreds of students rush by every Week, but only nine girls go inside. They are met by cries of "Look, who is herev and shout- ed c'Hello,s.H This is Miss Bensonls Spe- cial Class. The girls are there both to teach and learn. They do everything from teaching reading and art to play- ing games. For this they give up one to five study periods weekly. But it is not all an act of giving. Girls going into this type of teaching receive invaluable ex- perience. There is also a sense of pride, accomplishment, and love which enable the girls leaving the room to hold their heads a little higher. MADAGASCAR U. Can I commute? Alexander's Rag Time Band Will the real Betsy Ross please stand up? Introducing Clyde Ferndale, Jr. Good Night, Chet - - - Good Night, Dave" Next class - - - 1 mile to the left PORT TQN Q 0'- FOOTBALL SENIORS FIILJNT ROXV: Barry Levine. Charles King, lVilliam Klaus, Peter Nelson. Paul Callanzm, Eclwarcl I, U X in K ith Q l R L' l. l Keno lx 9 N ' ' ' at . ,- la e . ,econr ow: lC1'l!'t .L 1 V. 'evin tiorgi. Jose1.h Lewan, John Quatronmnl, lfaul Kerrissey. James Leonard, Harry Mere-mlitli, Alfrell Salvoni, Philip Benos, Howard Lonllan, .lose-pli Morganc-llax. Thirrl Row: John Aghajanian. John XVQS1., John Cutler, John Barry. Joseph Cunning'- ham. Franuis Haf2,g'erty, John Gioiosa, David Kippenlie-1'pfer, Robert Tucker, Peter Clune. Football When we look back on om' football teams that have acquired the name 'cfighting menf, we can easily class our 1964 football team among them. Al- though we lost several games, our boys, spirited and determined, made a credit- able showing. One of the highlights of the season was the Needham game. We lost, but we who were there knew that the Red and the White had outplayed Needham by far. However, the game of the season was against Braintree on Thanksgiving Day. The boys fought hard and defeated our arch rival 28 to 22. After playing an excellent game, our quarterback Harry Meredith and our co-captain Paul Kerrissey were the re- cipients of the Owen B. Kiernan award. We have every right to be justly proud of these boys who wore our colors proudly and defended them with honor. Hznrry Meredith, Mr. Brennan, Paul Kerrisspy. The Owen B. Kiernan Awards In addition to the usual bone-crushing line play and deft run- ning by a flock of fleet backs, this year's Braintree-Milton game fea- tured an almost continuous game of catch between Harry Meredith and Paul Kerrissey. So accurate were Harry's tosses and so fantastic Paul's grabs that the judges were forced to - and delighted to - award this year,s Owen B. Kiernan Award for excellence in the Thanksgiving Day game to these two fine members of our graduating class. FRUNT ROXY: Alidn Silverio. Varol F1-11-one. Limla I-'ali-one. Sl-cmul lioxr: XYen..ly Stul'forrl, Jane rilmuxllnessy, B:u'lw:u':i Payne. Nam U'1'nnm-ll. 'l'4-rry Angl-luni. .loan Horlihy. Cheerleaders and ajorettes Autumn saw bubbling activity at the football games with our cheerleaders and majorettes. Led by their captains, Carol Cercone and Lynne Raymond, these two groups of girls worked hard preparing cheers and routines throughout the season. The weather may have been cold, hot, or wet, but these perky girls were always there, giv- ing a wholehearted effort to encourage the crowds to demonstrate the schoolzs support for its team. FRONT ROW: Alivlxr-le Robbins, Janis-e lferren, Juno Itilc-hiv. Linda Ritchie, Sei-und Row: Linda Davison. Ann Cifrinu, Lynne Raymond, Donna Mel-Iimli. Kathy Arnislrung. FRONT ROXY: James Mc-Donough. XVil1iam O'Connell. Harry Meredith, Paul Kerrissey, Joseph Cowan, Second Row: Ulycle Nickinson. Richard Godfrey, Paul MOGuire, Craig Nickerson. Basketball With only one returning letterman, this yearis basketball team could not expect too much. They made up for their inexperience by their enthusiasm and Willingness to Work. Every after- noon they could be seen nhooping itv in the gym even after other teams had quit. Although they did not Win all their games, they played well and often lost by only a few points. If games could be Won by sheer effort, our team would have been on top. This yearis jayvee team had a successful season, and many juniors played on the varsity, so maybe with this experience and skill, the 1965-66 team Will be a Winning one. n Front Row: John Agliajnnaian, Edward Lipsitz, .Incl Clrec-nman. Richard Dennis, f'hl'lSI01Jl19l' Hoxie, llohf-rt Riley. Second Row: .lose-nh Morganella. Roller! f'al'lson. Francis Kelley. Neal Gordon. David liordzin. Indoor and Gutdoor Track Coaches Adams and McCabe turn out stellar teams. Perhaps you've been casually leaving the building by the basement floor, and were nearly trampled by a herd of . . . boys. Or maybe you were almost struck with a javelin by a tribe of . . . boys. W7ell, these herds and tribes are our diligent track men, practicing their way to stardom. 49 l"ii0N'I' RUW: Philip Benos, John flioioszl. lticharrl Levine, Hill Christiano. Second How: Alfreil Snlvrmi, Sli-plien Smith. Micliziel Mt-Nully. llEll'l'X l.u'ine. Wrestling Milton High School is very proud of its state championship Wrestling team. Under the able leadership of Mr. Tardiff and his as- sistant Mr. McCabe, this hard-Working team is recording victory upon victory, and is now shooting for its first Bay State League Champion- ship. Captain Bob Gioiosa and all his teammates are to he given a hand for their fortitude in the grueling sport. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. VVebster, Robe-rt Connell, Steve- Astrachan. Steve Karoul. Gymnastics Gymnastics is one of the newer sports at Milton High School and is rapidly gaining popularity. Our gymnastic team is only in its second season but has received a great many compliments for such a young team. This is due mostly to the hard work and rigorous effort of our talented coach Mr. David Webste1'. Captain Steve Karoul and his fellow teammates have made an excellent showing this year in the Bay State League and also have greatly aided in the success of our annual gymnastic show. LEFT TO RIGHT: KG-vin Dolivrly, Iioh lxv3lliPl'. .lue Marshall, Rob Byron, .lohn Leahy, Bob Rochlin, Hockey Though fevv in number, the hockey team under the leadership of co-captains Byron and Marshall and Coach Gregory have proved to have been a mighty adversary to all who faced it. Quick skating and defensive maneuverability spotlighted a most productive year. Cross Countr FRONT HOXV: Jerry Kane, Robert Lewis, Michael De-Angelis, Chrismplmei- Hoxie, Robert Reilly. Edward, Lyons, Ruben Dmmvznn. lmvid Byrne-, Stephen Smith. Alfred l"Pl'llllG. FRONT' ROYV: Robert Rochlin, Joseph Al!,1l'Sllilll, Joel 1'i!'El'!'1lHHTI, Robert Byron, Kenneth Phillips. Second Row: Robert Ponnell, Craig Nickerson, John Leahy, Kevin Doherty. Soccer This was the year when it was deemed necessary by Coach Pedersen to form a junior varsity team. The overwhelming turnout for this relatively new sport at Milton High School Was a pleasant surprise to all. The varsity team, as a Whole, played fast, lively and enjoyable games. The 1965 team was led by co-captains Greenman and Byron and goalie Nickerson. A11 in all a very successful year! O Spring Sports BasebaH FRONT ROXY: Peter Nelson, .lim Mc-Donough, Fred Trozzi, Ric-lmrd Godfrey. Second Row: Ralph Godfrey, Dom Uzirota, Peter Vi-nf-to. Steve Ruttenberg. CSOH FRONT ROXY: Arthur Muwvr 'lill. Ed Lyons 'lili, Bob Donovan, Jerry Rogers, Bob Barnurrl, Kevin Sorsri. Second Row: Mr. Nevins, Marshall Solomon, Paul Shefiler, Rlvlmrcl Elwyn '66, Brian De St. Croix, Holm Carisen, Don I.eClair. Dave McCue. Tenni FRONT RONY: David Powers, Robert Melaugh, Paul Staiti, Bruce Vvyman, Second Row: Fred Englanmler, George Gilman, Bud Parham, Michael Koppel. Michael Lavlne. 54 Girls Sports G mnastic FRONT ROXV: Donna Spinney, Linda Shimmin, Valerie Nelson, Lynne Raymond, Alice Connolly, Bette Sunshine. Phyllis Burnham. Sevnnd Row: Elaine Xvalsh, .Judith Falcone, Nancy Swartz, Mary Delaney, XVendy Stafford, Judith Gates, Diane Van Putten, Third Row: Larralne Bossi, Carol Cercone, Linda Ritchie, Barbara Payne, Varol XVard, Sandra Lever. Tenni FRONT ROXV: Dorothy Connell, Judith Myers, Bette Sunshine, Doris Carlson, Valerie Nelson, Barbara Wekstein, Lind, Ellen Euse, Shi-ila Abramson, Bates. olleyball Marcia liromrlelcl, Second Row: Marjorie Barbara. Petersen. Michele Manning. Susan FRONT ROW: A. lllacXVi1Iiam, A. Nierman, K. Stockman, A. Connolly, L. Shim- mln, B. Sunshine, M. MacKVilliam, G. Demitrl, D, Van Putten, P. Burnham. Second Row: E. Nvalsh, E, Correntl, M. Lind, D. Botbol, J. Dugan, M. Delaney, S, XYeinstein, M. Bromfield, J. Gates. D. Connell, J, Falcone, E. Lackey. Third Row: J. Myers, M. Lyman, E. Euse, S. Abramson, C. Capodieci, D. Carlson, F. Heaney. B. Petersen, M, Manning. L Bossi. 55 FRONT HUW: Anne Macwilliam, Karen Stockman, Vileinstein. lgElI'lJill'2L Betts. Elyse Lackey. Second Row: Arlene Niermuzi, Susan Emily l'u1'renti, Cynthia Newcomb, Marvin Bromfield, Elaine Lic-fvi. Mzu',io1'ie Lind, Genrifianna Llemitvi. Third Row: Ellen Euse, Myra Lyman, I'S:u'lm1'u Petersen, Marion lXIc'C'ahe, Sheila Abramson. .luclith Myvrs. more Basketball , -sl ,ri . ' : ' in '- mf 5, .. , f i . fr- .:v- 1, ,. ' 535 'UQ - .4912 ' rw J ' - A-fe.:-lm-.z :ia 2, 5 '-H:--:v A ,.,,g -wen: '. , , ' .. 1,-Qvg wwf! rf: ',. L2..n ' ".Ex . , . Na ' - - ' ' M' 9 2 ' ,.-:-..f ,fsv ' wi, ,, :Ex w if +:w.'x. -L: ,,: 1"-ui: ii - '- v w E G if-wg h gig mfr. 5.5 3- i .fczww ., x' ,S k Q, W 5 A f f i 1 IQ -V - l im , - 3 .A . ..., v ff. A I .zwnv -M1-M -A - was new M x 3ji2:':1::5'2SL2'i::,' iz:-Ei-:WEEE -.-:5kIT:K2:li"'- MI sz3f?i?f:2f5' ff. ' 'f 'ff ' z A QIFTY' MM AL ' flv fh. " Q? .nf Q FRONT ROW: Phyllis Burnllnm. Dianne Van Putlen, Judith Gales, Judith Dugan. Mary Dvlnny, Linda Shimmin. Second Raw: Elaine XX'a1sh, Elyse Lacks-v, GE'DI'2'lLlll2l Demitri. Patricia Brennan. Susan XYein5L9in. Emily lY'Ul'l'i"lIll, Amir MacXYilliu1n, i. - The Presidents Message For twelve years the road has been straight, but now we come to a fork. As we stand before the intersection a decision must be made as to which road we alone shall take. For some the choice will come easy, for others it will not. Our selection will come as a result of our own ideas, our parents, inHu- ence, and most of all the provident guidance of our high school teachers. For the past three years we have been drilled andtestedg prepared for the moment of decision. We should be able to stand on our own two feet and choose one road, and travel that road to our intended goal. Very shortly the guiding hand will be removed. We will be on our own. Thanks to Milton High School each of us will have matured enough to stand alone. We, the class of 1965, have been fortunate. We recognize all who have had any part in our success and are grateful to them. I am proud, and I know that you are, to be a member of the Class of 1965. May God be with you. RALPH STODDARD President Class of 1965 58 ENIORS Senior Class Officers CAROL CERCONE, Secretary NEAL GORDON, Vice-President JOHN PERRI, Treasurer RALPH STODDARD, President The Class of 1965 has been blessed With four enthusiastic, dedi- cated, and co-operative class officers. Thanks to their inspiration and perspiration, the entire school has profited. They have indeed set a high standard for future class officers to meet. A grateful school says, "Well Donelv eo The Road Not Taken-by Robert Frost SHEILA J. ABRAMSON 53 Martin Road Sheila, who is as active out of school as she is in, plans to become an elementary school teacher after college. Wlith her friendly disposition, she is sure to be a success. Tennis 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Yearbook Business Staff 3: Special Class Volunteer 3, V01- leyball 3. SUSAN ADAMS 4 Brackett Street National Honor Society Amiable and capable Sue, a member of the French National Honor Society, spent her iuuior year studying in Switzerland. Active in her church Pilgrim Fellowship, Sue also eniovs knitting, folk music, and wan- dering through Harvard Square. Her ambition: to return to Europe. French Club, Vice-President 1, 3, Ski Club 3, "Ecl1o', 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3. JOHN C. AGHAIANIAN 109 Washington Street Fun-loving Aka is a real sports enthusiast. His hobbies: s ating, tobogganing, weight training. His ambition: to be- come a chemist. He is a mem- ber of the Milton Youth Club and CYO. Football 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, Outdoor Track 1, 2, Chemistry Club Treasurer 3, Homeroom. Delegate 1. HELAINE L. ALBERT 225 Blue Hill Avenue Friendly Penny, always smil- ing, wishes to attend college next fall. She is an active mem- ber of the B'nai B'rith Girls Her hobbies include swimming, skating, and bowling. French Club 2, 3, Yearbook Business Staff 3. BARRY ALPERT 9 Hawthorne Road National Honor Society Barry, a member of the Na- tional Thespian Society, will always be remembered for his outstanding acting ability. He plans to attend Northeastern University next year and hopes to become a research chemist. Dramatic Club 1, 2, President 3, Math Club 3. Two roads diverged LAWRENCE A. ANDERSON 38 Brandon Road Ambitious and alert aptly describe Larry who, although very busy at MHS, finds time to participate in the Young Re- publicans Club and the Milton Youth Club. This French Na- tional Honor Society member helps prepare for a medical career working at Massachusetts General Hos Jital. French Club 1, 2, 3, Math Club 2, Ski Club 3. ROBERT B. ANDERSON 428 Central Avenue The-re's never a dull moment when Hawkis is around . . . loves both water and snow ski- ing, as well as boating and eol- lecting coins. A member of the CYO and Milton Youth Club . . . has a part-time iob at Kerriganls Corner . . . hopes to go to college. Football 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, Concessions 2, 3, Hockey 3. LAWRENCE C. ANSELLO 625 Adams Street Larry is an avid sports fan with a particular interest in pro basketball. His hobbies include basketball, baseball and archery. For an ultimate goal, Larry hopes to become a successful businessman. After school he is a part-time employee at a local market. Track 2. PATRICIA A. ANTON Elm Street Patricia, always with a pleas- ant smile, plans to attend hair- dressing school. A sports en- thusiast, her hobbies include tennis, swimming and tobog- ganing. Tennis 1, 2, Softball 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, Badminton 1, 3, FHA 3. GERALD L. ARONSON 15 Lafayette Street Gerald, an avid reader, en- ioys building and flying model airplanes, and water skiing. His oustide activities keep him busy, he is secretary of his AZA Chapter, Model Airplane Club Adviser, and tezun cap- tain in a bowling league. His ambition is to become a mechanical engineer. Chemistry Club 3, Soccer 2, Basketball 1. I96 STEPHEN M. ASTRACHAN 168 Brush Hill Road National Honor Society Steve, a versatile athlete and enthusiastic reader of crime stories, is also active in AZA. VVe all wish him luck in his plans for an education in ZIYV. Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Gym- nastics 1, 2, 35 Outdoor Track 1, 2. DAVID R. BAKER 156 Hinckley Road David can be found working at Cunningham Park Pool in the summer and at Kerrigan's Corner Pharmacy in the winter. While majoring in Hotel Man- agement in college, he hopes to find time to continue swim- ming, water skiing and listen- ing to records. Homeroom Delegate 35 Ski Club 35 Basketball Manager 2. PETER BALEYKO 7 Brookside Park Skipper has made many friends at Milton High. His hobbies are boating, swimming, and water skiing. He is also active in his CYO, MYC, and the YMCA. Skipper plans to attend college. French Club 15 Ski Club 35 Football 3. ROBERT C. BARNARD 97 Antwerp Street Barney, a well-liked member of our senior class, is an avid sports fan. As well as partici- pating in sports at MHS, Bar- ney enjoys Park League Bas- ketball. He plans to further his education next year. Baseball 1, 35 Ski Club 35 Band 15 Golf 2. ROBERT BARON 2. Elm Street Friendl , unassuming Bob is an avid, sports enthusiast. A track star, Bob is always run- ning-either on the track, or to work at a gas station or to attend to his tro Jical fish. His reserved manner belies a sturdy ambition to succeed in life and to go to college to major in biology. Track 2. M. H. S. JOHN L. BARRY 93 Reservation Road john, a member of CYO and MYC, loves guns and boats. He enjoys playing football, baseball, and sailing. After graduation john plans to con- tinue his education. Football 1, 35 Baseball 1. SUSAN L. BATES 72 Plymouth Avenue Popular and pleasant Sue . . . capable chairman of our Art Club . . . an active member of Youth Club and Pilgrim Fel- lowship. Sue will always be remembered for her keen sense of humor and ready smile. She hopes to pursue a career in art. French Club 15 FHA 15 Art Club 2, Chairman 35 Yearbook 35 Spirit Committee 35 Guid- ance Assistant 2, 35 I-Iomeroom Delegate 35 Tennis 1, 35 Bas- ketball 1. GRACE M. BATTACLIOLI 41 Caskins Road A sincere and friendly man- ner is just one of the many attributes of Crace's engaging personality. After graduation, she hopes to continue her edu- cation at a business school and become an executive secretary. French Club 2, 35 Faculty Secretary 35 Yearbook Business Stag 3. CAIL S. BAVLEY 45 Parkway Crescent Gail has worked at the Mil- ton Hospital as a nursels aide to prepare for a career in nurs- ing. She enjoys listeningk to records, traveling and wor ing with children. Faculty Secretary 35 Year- book Business Staff5 Blood- mobile 2, 3. MARY F. BELL 18 Brackett Street A member of the CYO, Mary likes sports, sewing and volun- teer work. After going to busi- ness school, she hopes to be- come an executive interna- tional secretary. Tennis 25 FHA 2, 35 Year- book Business Stafj' 3. in a yellow wood, PHILIP D. BENOS 96 Nancy Road Congenial and atfable Phil will always be remembered for his sense of humor. Besides drawing funny cartoons, Phil also enioys tobogganing and sports. He hopes to go to college and study business administration. Football 1, 2, 3, YVre.s'tling 1, 2, 3. BONITA S. BERMAN 175 Summer Street Spirited Bonnie will never forget a certain midnight rally that was held for our football team. Bonnie won honors both for herself and for Milton by successfully competing in a typ- ing contest. Wle know that Bonnie will continue to bring honor to herself and Milton, for she hopes to become an attorney. Tennis 2, French Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, FHA 3. MARCIA S. BERRY 20 Kahler Avenue Marcia has many interests- enioys swimming, horseback riding, tennis and badminton. She is a member of BBC and USY. Her ambition is to be- come a dental assistant. French Club 2, 3. BARBARA M. BETTS 171 Church Street Barb, cute and petite, is an ardent participant in sports at MHS. During her spare time she does volunteer work at the Quincy Hospital and is an active member of her church. Barb hopes to become a nurse. Field Hockey 1, Tennis 1, 2, Basketball 1, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Archery 2. CHARLOTTE M. BLAKE 36 Buckingham Road Ever since her visit to Mexi- co, Chy has become an expert on Mexican affairs. When she is not working as a salesgirl, the college-bound Chy is either babysitting, skiing, or sewing. Ski Club 2, Bloodmobile 2. ALAN H. BLANK 5 Tucker Street Alan is an active member of USY and AZA. He hopes to become a government employee in foreign service. Because of his ability to get along with people, Alan is sure to be a success. Latin Club 2, Spirit Com- mittee 3, Homeroom Delegate 2 RICHARD R. BLANK 70 California Avenue Dick has many and varied interests, including skin diving. boating, flying and hunting. Besides his participation in CYO and MYC, Dick finds time for electronics . . . with hopes of one day becoming a research engineer. Screen Gailcl 1, 2, French Lab Assistant 1, 2, 3, 8 mm. Camera Club 2. SANDRA BLOOBI 144 Ferncroft Road Sandy, always seen with a smile, has been busy during her years at MHS as a Volun- teen, Nurseis Aide, and coun- selor at day camp for retarded children. She is an active mem- her of BBC, she enioys knit- ting and sewing. The future holds a nursing career for Sandy. Library Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, French Club 3, Arch- ery 2, Basketball 1, 2, Gym- nastics 2, Baflminton 2, Blood- mobile 2. JOAN M. BOCNI 31 Brandon Road Vivacious joan went to Mass. College of Art for two years because of her talent in this Held. She received a Globe Award in her junior year. Her hobbies: painting, sewing, and knitting. Her ambition: to go to the Museum of Fine Arts and become a designer. French Club 1, Art Club 2, Secretary 3, Special Class' Vol- unteer 3. LARRAINE M. BOSSI 35 Vose Hill Road Ambitious, intelligent, sophis- ticated-these are a few of Larraine's characteristics. She hopes to become a professional nurse. Homeroom Delegate 1, Gym- nastics 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Yearbook 3, Concessions 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Badminton 2, 3, Fielcl Hockey 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, FI-IA 1, President 2, 3, Guidance Office Assistant 3, Volleyball 3, Dramatic Club 3. And sorry I could not I 9 6 5 DONNA BOTBOL 18 Nahanton Avenue National Honor Society Donna, Milton High School's representative to Girls, State, has been an active participant in many school and outside activities. She hopes to become an elementary school teacher, and with her patience and bright cheery attitude, we know she will do well. Latin. Club 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Guidance Of- fce Assistant 3, Yearbook As- sistant Erlitor 3, Student Council 1, Secretary 2. ALAN N. BRAVERMAN 244 Lyman Road National Honor Society Alan will always remember Latin classes with Miss Shultz. Besides his many activities in school, he has found time to be president of the Blue Hills AZA and vice-president of the Tri- state Region AZA. Alan plans to go into law and eventually enter politics. "EchoU 1, 2, 3, Incloor Track 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Treas- urer 2, President 3, Soccer 1, 2, French Club 1. PATRICIA A. BRENNAN 164 Blue Hill Avenue Versatile Pat has been active both in and out of school. She has served on the Milton Youth Council and as secretary of her church CYO. In addition, Pat has done work at a nursing home. Her future includes a career in nursing. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 2, Softball 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, Spirit Club 3, Con- cessions 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 2. MARILYN A. BRICKLEY 2 Curtis Road Marilyn takeg an active part in school activities. Among her favorite hobbies are tennis, skating and bowling. She be- longs to the Milton Youth Club and CYO. After graduation Marilyn hopes to enter the business world as a secretary. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2. MARCIA S. BROMFIELD 258 Pleasant Street National Honor Society just a peek at Marciais re- warding but hectic schedule shows her many contributions to MHS. Marcia is a member of the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Yearbook 3, Bas- ketball 1, 3, Tennis 3, Badmin- ton 2, 3, Volleyball 3, Guid- ance Assistant 3, Homeroom Delegate 3. M. H. S. JEANETTE BRUNEAU 211 Center Street Jeanette's natural pep and enthusiasm for all her school and outside activities along with a vivacious personality have won her many, many friends at MHS. In the future, she hopes to go into secretarial work. Art Club 2, Dramatic Club 3, Softball 2, Glee Club 1, Chorus 3, FHA 3. STANLEY N. BUNSON 67 Revere Street Stan, well-known for his accordion playing at Latin Club parties, is active in AZA and holds an office in USY. In the midst of his busy schedule Stan finds time for bowling. After MHS and college, he plans a career in law. Latin Club 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 2, 3. STEVEN B. BURKHAMER 42 Vllashington Street Although new at MHS, Burk is not lacking in activities out- side of school. He is a member of DeMolay, his church basket- ball team and league bowling and is a leader in Boy Scouts. Also interested in cars, he builds both models and drag racers. PHYLLIS R. BURNHAM 12 Allen Circle Phyllis, one of the most lov- able members of the class, is also one of our style setters. Daintiness, ambition, and abili- ty are only a few of her Fine qualities. We wish her best of luck in her career as a nurse! Yearbook 3, French Club 3, FHA 3, Archery 2, 3, Gymnas- tics 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Bas- ketball 1. SUSAN M. BURNS 60 Brush Hill Lane Susan, who loves the arts, spends much of her time out of school working in theatre groups and writing poetry. She hopes to maior in theatre arts in college. Glee Club 2, French Club 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3. travel both Q ROBERT J. BYRON 1111 Brook Road Bomber, an out-going, friend- lv student, enioys, above every- thing else, playing hockev and baseball. He can certainly look back on his high school days with much pride, for his con- tributions are numerous. Bob aspires to become a physical education teacher. Homeraom Delegate I, Soc- cer 2, Co-capt. 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2 3, Clzenzlstry Club 3. EDWARD F. CALLAHAN 213 Eliot Street Quiet Ed eniovs bowling, stamp collecting, and swim- ming . . . hopes to become a psychologist . . . has persever- ance and the desire to do well. PAUL I. CALLANAN 16 Pillon Road Iggy, an enthusiastic weight- lifter and swimmer, will always be remembered for his fine show of abilities on the grid- iron. His cool disposition will carry him far in his hopes to become a plumber. Football 1, 2, 3. PAULA A. CALLEN 1022 Blue Hill Avenue Bright and alert Paula en- ioys skiing and horseback rid- ing. She is a member of CYO and the Milton Youth Club. A look into Paulals future will see her as a medical secretary. Ski Club 2. ELIZABETH BI. CAMPBELL 398 Reedsdale Road Betty is an enthusiastic par- ticipant in sports as well as an interested spectato1'. Al- though she is kept quite busv with her work at a local store, she still finds time for "can- teenn and CYO. YVe wish her luck in her plans for travel. DEBORAH A. CANTY 24 Revere Street Debbie, mischievous, talka- tive and full of fun-yet always found where there's work to be done. Silence is not in her vocabulary . . . takes life as it comes. Skiing and horseback riding keep this girl busy now, as legal secretarial work will in the near future. Basketball 1, FHA 1, 2, 3. CAROLYN L. CAPODIECI 24 Fairfax Road Carolyn, courteous to all, is motivated by an increasing desire to assist others. This will be very helpful for her planned career in nursing. Basketball 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, FHA 2, 3. ROBERT B. CARLSEN 10 Pagoda Street Good-natured "SydD takes life as it comes and is without a care in the world. He enioys sports of all kinds, especially golfing. College education after MHS. Golf 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, French Club 2, 3. DORIS A. CARLSON 539 Pleasant Street Efficient an d dependable Doris is busy in every field. She is a member of the Girls' Bowling Club, and she sings in her church choir. Doris hopes to become a teacher or a com- mercial artist. Dramatic Club 3, "Echo" 2, 3, Office Assistant 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 3, Soft- ball 2, 3, Volleyball 3. DOMENIC I. CAROTA 49 Norman Street One of our star pitchers, Dom has won many a game for MHS. lf he cannot be found on the nearest baseball dia- mond, he is either playing his drums or listening to records. MHS wishes Dom the best of luck in his baseball career. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Track 1. And be one traveler, l 9 6 LEO CASEY 90 Grafton Avenue Leo, a model railroad enthus- iast, is a member of the Sea Explorers. He loves golf and spends much of his time on the course. Leo hopes to attend B.U. School of Liberal Arts. VVe wish him luck in whatever he may do. DIANE M. CELLI 109 Capen Street Diane loves learning about or dancing to all the latest dances at the Surf. This active member of CYO, MYC, and Volunteens hopes to become a hairdresser. FHA 2, 3. MARJORIE A. CENNAMI 412 Granite Avenue Margie enioys working with exceptional children. She has been of great assistance in Miss Benson's special class. VVhen not devoting her attentions to the needs of others, Margie may be found dancing. She is a member of CYO. FHA 2, 3. CAROL I. CERCONE 27 Bates Road CLASS SECRETARY Carol, like Emerson, lives the phrase: "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusi- asmf, As a leader of school spirit, bright-eyed Carol cer- tainly upholds this sayin . French Club 1, Ski Club 2, 3, Homeronm Delegate 1, Sec- retary 2, Student Council 3, Guidance Assistant 3, Spirit Club 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, Cap- tain 3, Gymnu.s'tics 2, 3, Year- book 3. SHERYL I. CI-IAIT 9 Nancy Road Sheryl, although employed after school, still finds the time for many school activities. She hopes to further her education and become a dental hygienist. Best of luck, Sheryl! French Club 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Club 2, Chemis- try Club 3, Glee Club 3, Li- brary Assistant 3, FHA 3. M. H. S. ROBERT E. CHRISTIANO 165 Church Street Bob has a keen sense of humor which will be a great asset to him when he enters the insurance field . . . Outside activities include Rod and Gun Club, YMCA, CYO and the Milton Youth Club . . . Hob- bies: antique cars and guns. WILLIAM A. CHRISTIANO 165 Church Street Bill is an active member of YMCA, CYO, and the Brain- tree Rod and Gun Club. His hobbies include such things as guns and old cars. After MHS he plans to go to college and study drafting. Wrestling 2, 3. HELEN M. CLASBY 235 Pleasant Street Friendly and reserved, Helen is interested in sports, especi- ally basketball. She is also a member of the CYO and the WMCA. Helen's desire to see the world has led her to choose a career as an airline hostess after graduation. PETER D. CLUNE 70 Elm Street Friendly and good-natured, Pete is a new addition to our Ski Club. A whiz on crutches, we hope he skis as well. We wouldn't want any more broken bones. He is a member of his church CYO, and also of the YMCA . . . hopes to attend Boston University next fall. Football 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, Ski Club 3. ROBERT COCO 172 Harbor View Road Carefree Kool is always ready for a good time. He enioys sports and weekends. He plans to attend college and become an engineer. Football Manager 2. long I stood RICHARD S. COHEN 3 Tucker Street Dick, whose friendly smile has graced our corridors for three quick years, hopes to enter and succeed in the busi- ness world. KATHLEEN E. COLLICAN . 12 Bailey Avenue Good-natured Kathy has a pleasing manner all her own and can always be found where there is excitement. She enioys many outside activities, but working out at the "Y" and riding horseback are her fav- orites. Kathy plans to become an executive secretary. FHA 2, Dramatic Club 3, Glee Club 1, A Cappella Clmir 1. lDOROTI-IY F. 'CONNELL 70 Central Avenue Quiet and ambitious, Dotty cnioys reading as well as intra- mural sports. She plans on a career in nursing. Fielcl Hockey 2, Basketball 2, Gymnastics 2, Math Club 2, FHA 3, Badminton 2, Softball 2. ROBERT V. CONNELL 70 Central Avenue Bob has been basketball man- ager for both Jr. and Sr. years. His activity in football, gymnas- tics, and soccer have kept him quite busy all through his three years at MHS. After graduation Bob hopes to become a gym teacher or a Peace Corps worker. Football 1, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Soccer 3. JEANNE M. CONNELLY 1133 Brook Road Jeanne, soft spoken but cer- tainly not shy, is always smil- ing. Her sincere ways and sparkling eyes keep people from passing her by. Horseback riding and skating keep this girl busy. Jeanne has plans for college. Glee Club 2, French Club 3. ALICE M. CONNOLLY 155 Ridgewood Road Popular Alice, a combination of fun and frolic, plans to at- tend Boston College where she will major in education. Her brains, beauty and charm will surely bring her success. Out- side of school, Alice keeps busy as corresponding secretary of the MYC. French Club 1, Ski Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Yearbook 3, Concessions 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, 3. JAMES H. CORLISS 384 Central Avenue Jimmy is an active member of MHS and recipient of the National Merit Letter of Com- mendation, also participates in Milton Youth Club, CYO, and enioys sailing. We know he will succeed in his plans for college. Latin Club 1, French Club 1, Chef Club 2, Debating Club 2, Chemistry Club 3. EMILY L. CORRENTI 37 Belvoir Road Active Emily aspires to be a kindergarten teacher. Always smiling, friendly and on the go, she belongs to her church Fel- lowship and basketball team, Rainbow, and Milton Youth Club. FHA President 1, 2, 3, Fielcl Hockey 3, Concessions 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 3. JOSEPH M. COWAN 227 Blue Hills Avenue NVhether on the football field or in class, Joe can always be depended upon to do his best. He is sure to be a success in whatever he undertakes. Football 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 3. JOSEPH F. CUNNINCHAM 34 Governors Road Joe excels in not iust one sport but in three: basketball, football and baseball. After attending college he hopes to enter the sales world. Basketball 1, 2, Football 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. And looked down one I 9 6 JAMES S. CURRAN 5 Hope Avenue Buzzy, always co-operative and cheerful, has made many friends at MHS. He is very ac- tive in school and community affairs. A lover of the outdoors, he is a proud member of the Charles River Sailing Club, an avid horseback rider and a competent skier. His ambition is to be a CPA. Ski Club 2, 3, Tennis 1, Homeroom Delegate 2. PAUL W. CURRAN 8 Andrews Road Paul . . . a newcomer to Milton High . . . enioys all sports, especially hockey, base- ball, and basketball. A loyal member of CYO he still finds time for his favorite hobbies- high diving and motorcycle racing. He hopes to attend Harvard and become a social worker. PATRICIA K. CURRY 4 Saint Mary's Road Mischievous Pat plans to continue her studies in the Held of art by attending art school. NVe all wish her the best of luck in the future. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3, Fielcl Hockey 1, 2, Gym- na.s'tie.s' 2, Baclminton 1, 2, 3, FHA 2, 3. JOHN H. CUTLER 454 Granite Avenue Tall and easy-going, jack is all for fun and excitement . . . likes skiing, skating, and horse- back riding. He is headed for the accounting field. Good luck with the figures! Football 2, 3. MICHAEL R. DeANGELIS 111 Silver Brook Road Active in the CYO, Mike en- joys cars, model trains, and water skiing. He plans to go to college and then the business world. Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Out- cloor T-rack 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3. M. H. S. MARY E. DELANEY 16 Hawthorne Road Mary is a combination of intelligence, humor, and mis- chief. She is always on the go, and especially enjoys skiing- in both snow and water. Elementary teaching is her ambition. French Club 1, Ski Club 2, 3, Concessions 1, 2, 3, Home- room. Delegate 1, Volleyball 3, Basketball 1, Field Hockey 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Guid- ance Assistant 3. GEORCIANNA D. DEMITRI 9 F1-othingham St1'eet Georgia, likes all sports and especially enioys our football games. Being an active member of the Milton Youth Club and spending her spare time help- ing others at the Carney Hos- pital fill most of Georgia's remaining time. She hopes to attend Chandler Secretarial School. FHA 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3, Softball 3. RICHARD J. DENNIS 1006 Canton Avenue Den, busy with track, enioys all sports in general. Canteen, CYO, and an outside iob occupy the rest of his free time. He is looking forward to Norwich Military University and then the Air Force and Aeronautical drafting. Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3. PAULA M. DESMOND 70 VValnut Street Desi, good-natured and well- liked, hopes to become a licensed practical nurse. She is a member of the CYO and of the Milton Youth Club. FHA 3. BRIAN C. De ST. CROIX 19 Aberdeen Road Friendly, cooperative Brian hopes to attend college and become a teacher. Fishing, golf, CYO, and a part-time iob keep him busy. Golf 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Debating Club 2, French Club 3. as far as I could PAMELA J. DeYOUNG 68 Columbine Road "The sweet magic of a chee1'- ful face." Pleasant Pam hopes to become a dental hygienist. Known for her feminine, but perky ways, Pam will surely be a success in any field she chooses. Ski Club 2, 3. STEPHEN M. DILLON 135 School Street Good-natured Steve can al- ways be found where excite- ment is. He spends much of his spare time at the Boston YMCA. Steve'5 future plans include business school. Ski Club 2, 3. LINDA J. DISKIN 178 Brook Road Cheerful, loquacious Linda enioys listening to records and bowing. Active in religious organizations and in the Volun- teens, Linda always lends a helping hand whenever she is needed. Homeroom Delegate 3, FHA 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Tennis 1. MARIORIE L. DOBSON 360 Blue Hill Avenue Throughout her years at MHS, Marge has been a mem- ber of the Future Homemakers of America. VVe wish her luck in her hopes to become a bookkeeper. FHA 1, 2, 3. KEVIN J. DOHERTY Pine Grove Street A recipient of a National Merit Letter of Commendation, Kevin has also had a fruitful year as manager of the Business Staif of the Yearbook. Congen- ial Kevin will certainly be a success in his chosen field of law or foreign service. Debating Club 2, Yearbook Business Staff 1, 2, Manager 35 Hockey 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3. To Where it bent MARY K. DOHERTY 49 Rowe Street Mary's participation in many extra-curricular activities has made her an important part of MHS. In her spare time she does volunteer work at the Car- ney Hospital. She plans to attend Boston College to pre- pare for a career in nursing. Tennis 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 53, Softball 1, French Club 1, , 3. BARRY N. DORES 70 Sumner Street Musically - inclined B a r r y plays the piano and guitar. He enjoys sports and also mathe- matics . . . is considering engineering as a career. ALFRED I. DOTOLI 16 Hurlcroft Road Alls natural musical ability has helped him to become an accomplished guitar player for the Druids, a well-known in- strumental group. In this com- bo, Al works as a musician at dances held by various schools and organizations. After gradu- ation he hopes to attend a Music or Business School. ANNE H. DOUGHTY 56 Morton Road Soft-spoken Anne possesses a quiet and unassuming manner. Her favorite sport is skiing. After graduation - college. F ielcl Hockey 3, Latin Club 35 Ski Club 3. DENNIS M. DOYLE 15 Spruce Street Although Dennis seems very quiet and shy, we at MHS can appreciate his sparkling wit, keen sense of humor, roguish smile, and red hair. We wish him well. I96 NADINE I. DUBAY 95 Ferncroft Road Sports-minded, adventurous Deanie eniovs ice skating, swimming and tennis. She is also an enthusiastic artist. Hav- ing a yen to travel and meet people, Deanie ho Jes to ioin the Navy after graduation. IUDITH A. DUGAN 34 Saint Mary's Road Friendly and pert Judy, an active member of our school, also participates in CYO and Milton Youth Club. She enioys all sports, especially swimming and plans to become a teacher after college. Fielcl Hockey 1, 2, 3, Gym- nastics 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, FIIA 3, Office As.s'i.s'tant 2, 3. WILLIAM T. DUNPHY 79 Audubon Road Bill, enthusiastic about music, plavs the saxophone, clarinet and drums. Not only do musical activities like band and glee club consume his time, but he is also a member of CYO and the Milton Youth Club. He hopes to become a high school teacher after college gradua- tion. Barul 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Senior Flag Staff 2, Screen Guild 1, B. JOANNE ECNET 293 Eliot Street Calm, serene, conscientious . . . Joanne has all of these characteristics and more. Al- though she is reserved, she is a very enioyable companion and a loyal friend to those who know her. Joanne, who spends her spare time teaching Sun- day School, hopes to become a nurse. FREDERICK J. ENCLANDER 120 Craig Street Fred is one of MHS's most accomplished tennis players. His future plans include a career as a political analyst. French Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Co-captain 3. M. H. S. CHERYL A. ERNA 52 XVood Street Cheri has a talent for adding to the enioyment of those around her. At MHS she has served as faculty secreta1'y and has assisted in the superinten- dent's office. She enioys sum- mers of swimming and boating at Cape Cod. FHA 2, 3. ELLEN R. EUSE 8 VVest Street Easy-going Ellen is an active member of Volunteens and USY. She says, "I like to do almost anything," and this we can see by her many extra- curricular activities. Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, Tennis' 3, Baclminton 2, Li- brary Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, French Club 3, Yearbook Busi- ness Stag 3. JUDITH A. FALCONE 43 Vose Hill Road National Honor Society judv is an active participant in many school activities. Judy shows enthusiasm for all she does by her vivacious smile. She will always remember wrestling matches and sixth period par- ties. Her future plans include a career in medical technology. Latin Club 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, F ielzl Hockey 1, Basketball 1, Gymna.s'tics 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 3, Yearbook 3, Volleyball 3, Concessions 1, 2, 3, Guidance Office Assistant 3. ELIZABETH I. FALLON 290 Central Avenue Beth, good-natured and soft- spoken, manages to find time for her interest in cooking, even though she works after school. XVith her sincerity and diligence in helping with the special class, she is well prepared for her career in practical nursing. FHA 1, 2, 3. THOMAS K. FALLON 47 Reeclsdale Road A recent transfer from B. C. High School, Tuck is a member of the CYO, Scituate Junior Yacht Club, and South Shore Skateboard and Tipping Asso- ciation. He enioys working on cars and sketching. Next year will find him in college. Ski Club 3. in the undergrowth, LINCOLN FASCH 29 Oak Road Lincoln, an active member in the Milton DeMolay, enjoys swimming and riflery. He plans to become an ichthyologist. Good luck with the fishes. Linc. Bancl 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Ski Club 3. DENNIS J. FEDERICO 63 Sears Road Dennis enjoys skating and wants to become a construc- bional engineer. Football 2. SANDRA L. FEINGOLD 97 Decker Street When Sandy entered MHS in her junior year, she enriched our school with her sparkling personality. A career as a sec- retary is her ambition. Faculty Secretary 3, "Echo', 3, Yearbook 3, Library Club 2, Library A.9si.s'tan.t, 1, 2, 3, FHA 3, Concessions 3, Basket- ball 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Tennis 2, Volun- teens 2. JANICE A. FERREN 310 Eliot Street Peppy, energetic, and never at a loss for words-these are just a few of Janice's cha1'acter- istics. As a majorette, she has spent many Saturday afternoons cheering our team on. Janice hopes to enter a career of nursing. Majorettes 3, FHA 3, Glee Club 1, President 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, Softball 2, French Club 1. LAURA C. FINE 94 Hudson St1'eet Laura, always eager and willing to learn, keeps herself occupied after school preparing for a future in dental hygiene. When not at work, you may find Laura horseback riding or swimming. French Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Chemistry Club 1. And took the other, KAREN L. FLAIIERTY 1118 Blue Hill Avenue Congenial Karen hopes to become a commercial artist, as demonstrated by her Junior, Senior Art Award and lessons at Mass. Art School, Karen is sure to succeed. She also enjoys skiing, water and snow. Latin Club 1, Ski Club 1, 2, Blooclmobile 2. EDWARD M. FLANAGAN 26 Hazel Street We will never forget the ter- rific trombone Ed played in our school band for two years. VVhen not workini at a local restaurant, Ed wor s on cars in order to prepare himself for his future career - a machine drafstman. Band 1, 2. JAMES J. FORTI 16 Rockwell Avenue Quiet but dependable Jimmy can usually be found hard at work in our school cafeteria. Employment after school takes up most of his spare time. MERLE R. GABER 31 Kevin Road Cheerful and enthusiastic, Merle has been a member of Blnai B'rith and the Milton Volunteens. She enjoys piano and bowling. After college-a career in teaching. Special Class Volunteers 3, French Club 2, 3. WILLIAM E. GALLAGHER 22 Cedar Terrace Street NVhen not working, Bill en'oys tinkering with cars and radios. After graduation he plans to attend Northeast Insti- tute of Industrial Electronics. l96 WILLIAM H. GALLAGHER 11 Cabot Street In his spare time, Billy enioys playing basketball. His ambi- tion is to become a captain in the Coast Guard. WALTER F. GALLERY 126 Elm Street WValter's versatility, popular- ity, cheerfulness, and enthusi- asm are known to everyone at MHS. He has been given the honor of representing MHS at Boys, State and was a Good Government Day Exchange Student. His hobbies: horseback riding, bowling, and skating. His ambition: To become a priest. Screen Guild 1, 2, 3, Stu- dent Council 2, "Ecl1o,' Staff 2. CYNTHIA J. CALVIN 22 Foster Lane Attractive and pleasant, Cin- dy has been a faculty secretary this year. An active member of her church fellowship, Cindy als o enioys swimming and horseback riding. Ambition: A secretarial career. Gymnastics 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, FHA 3, Archery 3, Faculty Secretary 3. MARC E. GANEK 96 Dexter Street Among Marcls interests are sailing, playing the guitar and trumpet, and working on his car. He looks forward to a medical career. Track 1, Chemistry Club 3. SUSAN D. GARDNER 248 Blue Hill Avenue Tiny and talkative Sue, alias Ava, will always be remem- bered for her keen sense of humor and her beautiful sweat- ers. Ava will never forget all the great times she had on ski trips - with her chicken break- fasts. IVe wish her the best in her plans for college. Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Concessions 1, 2, 3. M. H. S. IUDITH L. GATES 18 Artwill Street Judy, an enthusiastic football fan, will be remembered for her flashing smile and bubbling personality. Vice President of the Ski Club, this capable skier delights in the sport. She also enioys swimming and sailing. Concessions 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 5, 3, Basketball 1, Tennis 1, . BONNIE J. GELLER 191 Lyman Road National Honor Society Because of her line scholastic achievements and friendly per- sonality, Bonnie has won the respect, admiration, and friend- ship of all who know her. Homeroom. Delegate 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, French Club 1, "Echo" 2, 3, Library Club I, Library AS- sistant 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Club 1. MARY ELIZABETH CIARLA 77 Reedsdale Road Betl1ie's eflfervescent nature, radiant smile, and willingness to help will certainly be assets in the field of social work. She enjoys participating in her church organizations, likes to draw and loves to ski. Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Concessions 1. JOHN R. GIOIOSA 11 Church Street Hardworking Bobby, captain of our wrestling team, loves all kinds of sports. His hobbies in- clude hunting, horseback rid- ing, and bowling. Bobby would like to become a surveyor. Indoor Track 1, Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, Captain 3, Outdoor Track 3. GREGORY GIORGIO 1200 Randolph Avenue Greg can be found after school working in the Star Mar- ket. In his spare time he enioys Fishing, swimming, golf and ice skating. After MHS he plans to study business administration. as just as fair, NIARC B. CLASSRIAN 205 Thacher Street Friendly Marc has a "hi" for everyone. Homes to seek a place in oplithalmology or dentist1'y. Besides participating in automotive mechanics and Summer League Basketball, he enioys water skiing, bowling and hockey. Chemistry Club 3. BASIL A. GLAZER 135 Craig Street Quiet, reserved, sincere - these words describe Basil. Out- side school, he is an avid coin collector, and is active in AZA. Basil's pleasant manner and keen wit will win him promi- nence in the future. Football 1, Wrestling 1, Matlz Club 2, 3. RALPH A. CODFREY 358 Eliot Street Rufus is an eager participant in all sports and served as one of our most capable baseball managers. Baseball Manager 2, 3. RICHARD A. CODFREY 54 Reservation Road If it's anything to do with sports, particularly baseball or basketball, Richard understands it. In addition to sports, he loves to water ski and bowl. College is on Richard's horizon. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 3. EILEEN S. GOLDIE 136 Ferncroft Road Eileen, a capable and enthusi- astic senior, enioys knitting and playing the piano. She is an active member of Volunteens, and B'nai Birith Girls. Her am- bition is to become a medical secretary. Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Homeroom. Delegate 1, 2, Yearbook 3. And having perhaps NEAL GORDON 30 Sears Road CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT Neal, always on the go, has proved himself a capable lead- er as vice-president of the senior class as well as editor of the Yearbook, Even in music he deals in doubles, playing the saxophone and the clarinet. Band 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Editor 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Outcloor Track 5, 2, 3, Horneroom Delegate CHARLES E. CORING 93 Governors Road A real speed demon whether on the track, on the basketball court, or in the swimming pool. Charlie, active outside of school in the Milton Youth Club and the YMCA swim team, still finds time for fishing and water skiing, His future lies in the business world. Track 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3. CORNELIA C. GREENE 52 Martin Road Connie came to us this year from Fontbonne Academy. She is co-champion of the girls' ten- nis tournament and is active in CYO and sodality. Her great ioy is working with exceptional children. Her ambition is to teach elementary school. Glee Club 3, Tennis 3. JOEL B. CREENMAN 52 Nancy Road There is never a dull mo- ment with joel. Between school sports and being active in AZA, Joel still finds time for hunting and fishing. He hopes to fur- ther his education at college and enter the field of chemical engineering. Soccer 1, 2, Co-Capt. 3, In- door Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Math Club Vice-President 3, French Club 1, 2, I-Iomeroom Delegate 1. BARBARA HAGGERTY 216 Central Avenue An avid sports fan Barbara can be seen at most of Milton High's football games. She is a member of CYO and also enioys horseback riding, swim- ming, and painting. She hopes to become a secretary. FHA 1, 2, 3. I965 FRANCIS C. HACCERTY 216 Central Avenue F rank, with his prize-win- ning smile, has helped many Milton High teams . . . football, indoor track, and cross-country. He enioys coin collecting, and plans to enter technical school. Football 1, 2, 3, Incloor Track 1, 3, Outdoor Track 1. KATHLEEN B. HALE 11 Clapp Street Friendly Kathy is a lively girl. She is active in CYO and works at Milton Hospital. Swimming and playing piano are her favorite pastimes. The business world awaits Kathy. Softball 1, Basketball 1. BARBARA A. HARAN 9041 Randolph Avenue Barbara, who came to Milton High in her junior year, spends much of her spare time work- ing at Milton Hospital as a dietary aid. Barbara also eniovs participating in CYO and soft- ball. She hopes to become a teacher, we wish her luck. FHA 3. JOHN W. HARRINGTON 61 Marilyn Road John, a future teacher, is interested in horseback riding and readin 1. He can often be found working at CYO func- tions. MHS will miss Iohnls friendly personality when he leaves to attend school in Canada. Wrestling 2, 3. MAUREEN F. HABRINCTON 128 Pleasant Street Blessed with a sunny disposi- tion and a willingness to help, Maureen easily won our hearts. Her personality is one which the business world will surely appreciate. With the ioy and kindness that is so character- istic of her, we know she will not fail. FHA 1, 2, 3. M. H. S. FRANCES A. HEANEY 27 Vose Hill Road "She has a voice of gladness and a smile." Vivacious Fran- nie, artist and dancer, enlivens any group she is in. She has been the faithful and talented state historian of the FHA. French Club 1, FHA 1, Vice- presiclent 2, 3, Homeroom Delegate 2, "Eclzo', 2, 3, Year- book Business Staff 3, Conces- sions 3, Field Hockey 1, Gym- nastics 1, 2. DAVID H. HERLIHY 48 VVindsor Road Daveis hobbies are both interesting and varied. He en- ioys butterfly collecting, skiing, both on the snow and in the water, and skate boarding. PETER HESSELSCHWERDT 28 Hillcrest Road Peter is an enthusiastic mem- ber of our school band. His many outside activities include Pilgrim Fellowship, DeMolay, and Boy Scouts. Pete's a.rnbi- tion is to become a teacher. Homeroom Delegate 1, Bcmrl 1, 2, President 3. ERNEST C. HILL 69 Beacon Street Circle Pool, bowling and mechani- cal drawing occupy this boy's spare time. Hard-working Ernie also holds a part-time iob . . . belongs to MYF and the Milton Youth Club . . . headed for the business world. LUIS A. HINCSTON 1192 Brook Road Lois came to Milton High this year from North Carolina. Petite and fun-loving, she is a welcome addition to our class. She enioys listening to records and making some of her own clothes. Captivated by the charms of the South, she hopes to return there to continue her education. the better claim, KENNETH F. HIRL 100 YVendell Park Good-looking Kenny is a for- eign automobile fan an d spends much of his time work- ing on a little Tr. No. 3. After completing high school, Kenny hopes to enter the Marine Coms and become an officer. Good luck in the service! FREDERICK HOGAN 17 Brookside Park jerry has been an active member of our wrestling team throughout his high school year. His chief hobby is skin diving. After MHS he plans to enter college. Wle wish him success in the future. Wre.s'tling 1, 2, 3. ROBERT B. HOLBIES 35 XVoodville Avenue Ruff, whose outside activities include Dealolav and the Red Cross, enioys playing the ffuitar. He hopes to "make a millionf' and we wish him luck. Honzeroom Delegate 3. MAUREEN F. HORICAN 37 Brandon Road Friendly Maureen, with a smile for everyone, always savs iust what she thinks. She loves sports, especially bowling and bike-riding. She is a worthy member o a worthy group: the Volunteens. She plans to attend college and become a Home Economics teacher. French Club 1, 3, Softball 1, Yearbook Business Staff 3. ANDREW HORVIT 150 Truro Lane Andy is quite an active young man. Although he is kept verv busy with AZA,' the Norfolk Beekeeping Association and his part-time job, he still finds time to pursue his hobbies of bowl- ing and meteorology. Andy hopes for success as a meteor- ologist. Math Club 2, 3. CHRISTOPHER S. HOXIE 24 Andrews Road Good-natured Chris always has a smile for everyone. As our Ski Club president, he is an enthusiastic skier and also enjoys sailing and scuba div- ing. Chris hopes to go to col- lege and become a physical education teacher. Cross Country 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Ski Club 1, 2, President 3. KAREN HURWITZ 114 Valentine Road Sincerity, patience and will power - these spell K a r e n. Karen has worked with Miss Benson's special class. She can be found on stage anywhere, and we expect to see her name in lights in the very near future. Orel1e.stra 1, "Echo" 3, Dra- matic Club 1, 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3. BEATRICE M. IOVINO 10 Crown Street Beatrice is a quiet little miss with a quiet little way. She hopes to become a medical technician. Her hobby is sing- mg. Glee Club 2, Nurseis Assist- ant 3. ERICKA R. JACOBSEN 217 Eliot Street Good-natured Ericka always has a cheerful word and warm smile for everyone. She is a member of the BYF and enjoys art and sewing. Ericka's ambi- tion is to become a secretary Glee Club 2, 3, Art Club 2, FHA 3, Field Hockey 3. LINDA M. JONES 42 Audubon Road Linda with the long brown hair finds relaxation from her iob at Milton Hospital by swim- ming, skating or sewing. She hopes to become a secretary after graduation. FHA 3. Because it was grassy l 9 6 SHIRLEY A. JOSEPH 79 Harold Street Shirley, always there with a smile, has hopes of becoming a secretary. She is an asset to our community as she has been an active member of Volun- teens and of B'nai B'rith Girls. FHA 2, 3, Homeroom Dele- gate 3. LOIS A. KAGAN 25 Meagher Avenue Lois wants to make the thea- tre her career. Much of her time is taken up with voice, piano, and guitar. She has spent mer summers working in sum- mer stock. Glee Club 1, Dramatic Club 2, 3. ELAINE KAISERMAN 396 Blue Hills Parkway National Honor Society Elaine, ambitious and dili- gent, is active in both school and community affairs. This member of the French Honor Society is also an accomplished pianist. A delegate to the National Association of Student Council Conferences, she has an enviable scholastic record. "Echo" 3, French Club 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, Presi- dent 3. STEVEN M. KANE 11 Hollingsworth Road Steve, a future psychiatrist, enjoys and indulges in all types of athletics, including football, hockey, and basketball. He plays the piano and the drums and leads his own band, The Hi-Liners. Chemistry Club 3. STEPHEN KAROUL 8 Clark Road Steve, one of the school's best gymnasts, may someday be seen at the Olympics. He has proved himself to be a capable leader by serving as V ice-Presi- dent of the French Club and captain of the Gymnastic Team. He is also an active member of AZA. French Club 1, 2, Vice- Presiclent 3, Soccer 1, 2, Gym- nastic Team 1, 2, Captain 3. M. H. . MIRIAM KAUFMAN 20 Dyer Avenue Always laughing, always friendly . . . carefree VVigi adds to any group. She takes iazz lessons and will always be remembered for her dancing ability. In the future she plans to become a high school math teacher. Homeroom Delegate 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, Gyrnrwstics 1, 2, 3, Latin. Club 3, French Club 1. ALLAN B. KEITH 28 Hemlock Drive Winner of the Harvard Book Prize, Allan, who is known for his friendly smile, enioys sail- ing. He is a member of the DeMolay and is treasurer of the MYF. A college degree lies in his future. French Club President 1, 2, Math Club 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS M. KELLEY 90 Grafton Avenue Frank, a member of the Mil- ton junior Legion baseball team, also enioys bowling, track and football. His hobby: coin collecting. His job: gardener on an estate. As you can see, he is always busy with his many outside interests. Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3. PAUL M. KERRISSEY 224 Central Avenue Popular Paul is co-captain of our football team, a council member of the Milton Youth Club - also a member of the Legion Baseball Team. Paul was co-winner of the Kiernan Award. He hopes to attend col- lege and become a lawyer. Football 1, 2, Co-captain 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Boys State 2. CHARLES A. KING 23 Martin Road "Scooter" is as active as his busy schedule will allow him to be. Working after school used up most of his time, but he still found the time for foot- ball. VVe wish him luck. Football 1, 2, 3. and Wanted wear, DAVID W. KIPPENBERGER 147 Ferncroft Road Athletic "Kip,, a member of Milton Youth Club and YMCA, plans to become a physical edu- cation teacher. He enioys skin diving and guitar playing. Football 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Indoor Track 3. WILLIAM E. KLAUS 12 Rose Street Friendly, hard-working Billy, a member of the Milton Youth Club and the YMCA, loves playing football, Billy plans to continue his education after high school. Football 1, 3. JEANNE M. KLEHBI 120 Granite Place Talkative Jeannie will always be remembered by her friendly "hil" Her easy flow of con- versation and hearty laughter are great dispellers of gloom. She is active in many things: basketball, CYO, and the Mil- ton Youth Club. XVe are sure she will succeed in a business career. FHA 3, Facility Secretary 3. KAREN T. KNIGHT 694 Randolph Avenue Karen, known for her typing ability, hopes to be an oilice secretary after graduation. Al- though busy with bab sitting and working as a clerk at a local store, Karen still finds time to pursue her favorite hobby - sewing. Faculty Secretary 3. MICHAEL D. KOP-PEL 70 Dexter Street Mike is a boy who speaks his mind but does it in such a way that no one is ever hurt. As the president of the Milton USY, he manages to keep himself quite busy. Mikels future plans include college. Math Club 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Co-captain. 3. Though as for that PAUL S. KOSS 118 Elm Street An active member of AZA and captain of their basketball team, Paul is a diligent worker who enioys mathematics, elec- tronics, and music. He is in- terested in becoming either a school teacher or an electronic technician. Band 2, 3, Audio Visual Aid 3, Math Club 1, Basketball Manager 3. JOHN N. KOULOURIS 16 Mathaurs Street john, a member of the Na- tional Guard, and a collector of unusual things, is a "mister fix-it" when it comes to cars. He has two main hopes for the future: one, to. have his own business, the other, to build a sprint car for racing all over the country. Homeroom Delegate 2, 8 nun. Camera Club 2. ELYSE LACKEY 103 Gerald Road Lively Elyse is an active member of BBG and Volun- teens. Her hobbies: sports, es- pecially swimming, water ski- ing, and piano playing. Her ambition: to become an ele- mentary school teacher. Field Hockey 3, Tennis 2, Softball 1, 2, Badminton 2, Basketball 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Yearbook Business Staff 3, Glee Club 3, Homeroom Dele- gate 2, Volleyball 3. IEANNE M. LaCROIX 137 Sassamon Avenue Pleasant and sociable, Jeanne is an active participant in her church CYO. She enjoys play- ing basketball and the piano . . . hopes to attend Burdett School after three happy years at MHS. Basketball 2, FHA 1, 2, 3. MARY ANN LALLY 5 Hawthorne Road She wears one of the most pleasant smiles at MHS. Mary- ann plans to enter elementary teaching after college. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 3, FHA 1, 3, French Club 2, Badminton 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, Softball 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, 2. I96 DANIEL LARKIN 28 Allen Circle Versatile Danny is a great outdoorsma.n. He may be seen whizzing down the ski slopes all through the winter or pur- suing his other hobbies of hunt- ing, Hshing, or skin diving. His keen sense of humor will help him over the rough spots. Ski Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, Concessions 2, 3, Football Manager, 1, Senior Play 3. EDWARD R. LATO 54 Landon Road Sports-minded Ed enjoys football and track. He plans to go to law school. Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3. TERENCE M. LAW 23 Christopher Drive Easy-goin Terry, new to our school iist year, has won many friends with his flashing smile. Participating in many sports, he excels in golf. He is a leader as shown hy his mem- bership in the Milton Youth Club Council, he is president of his CYO. Terry plans to maior in Business Administra- tion. Homeroom Delegate 3, Golf 2, Basketball 2. IAMES E. LEAHY 22 Spatford Road Iim, who entered Milton High School in his iunior year, has a keen sense of humor and a wonderful personality. Al- though he works after school three days a week, he still man- ages to participate in extra- curricular activities. He hopes to attend college and major in psychology. Gymnastics 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3. JOHN F. LEAHY 44 Cordon Road Quick-witted John is a sports enthusiast who enioys skiing- on both snow and water- and skating. His ambition is to become a physical education teacher. 3 Hockey 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, M. H. . NADINE A. LEARY 44 Robbins Street Friendly Deani, an active sports enthusiast, is busily occupied with Rainbow, Theta Alpha, and Milton Youth Club. We all wish her luck in her plans for secretarial school. FHA 1, 2, 3, Blooflmobile 2, 3, Basketball 1, 3. MATHILDE R. LEMLER 65 Brook Road Stylish Tilly can talk of her interests in art, music and danc- ing in four languages. Besides school activities, she attends Saturday classes at Massachu- setts College of Art in prepara- tion for a career in fashion illustration and commercial designing. Art Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3. JAMES F. LEONARD 22. Church Street "Gentleman jim" is our flashy co-captain of the football team As quiet as he may seem in the halls of MHS he is very active on the field. jim's winter sport is wrestling. His outside activi- ties include the Milton Youth Club. Football 1, 2, Co-captain 3, iVrestIing 1, 2, 3. SANDRA E. LEVER Sandy is well prepared for her chosen career of nursing through her volunteer work. She is very active in her church group also. FHA 1, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Softball 2, Tennis 2, Basket- ball 2, Concessions 2, 3, Gym- nastics 3, Folk Singing Club 3. BARRY S. LEVINE 75 Craig Street Barry, affable and congenial, is a boy of varied interests. If not found proving his capabili- ties as a football player or as a wrestler, he may be found catering to his bees. He hopes to further his education at a college of business administra- tion. Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3. the passing there RICHARD LEVINE 10 Hudson Street Happy-go-lucky Dick is usu- ally seen fiashing a smile around the corridors. He enioys tinker- ing with cars and working with plastic models. A member of the Social Club at YMHA, he works out in the gym. He plans to attend school after gradua- tion. 1Vre.s'tling 1, 2, 3. LOIS D. LIEF 116 Brush Hill Road Lois is full of pep. Her good-natured disposition and her sense of humor make her a friend to all. She cniovs bowl- ing and is a member of the Milton Youth Club. WVe wish her good luck as a stenogra- pher. FHA 3. ELAINE L. LIEVI 55 Valley Road Keeping up on the latest is part of her iob as the reporter of Milton High's social world in Teen Talk. Ever friendly, ever active, Elaine looks to nursing for a future career. FHA 1, 3, Library Club 2, Softball 1, Basketball I, 2, Baclminton 2. BIARJORIE A. LIND 446 Central Avenue Margiels hobbies include reading, Jainting, and playing tennis. After college she wants to teach history in secondary school. "Ecl1o', 2, 3, Tennis 3. RONALD H. LINDEN 51 VVarren Avenue XVittv Ronnie, the Tom jones of Milton High, has varied hob- bies and ambitions. Besides his interest in baseball, football, and his car, Ronnie studies Russian at Emmanuel College. He hopes to become a profes- sor of Russian to interest others in this language. Baseball 2, 3, Latin. Club 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2. MARILYN A. LINEHAN 49 Courtland Circle Friendly Mae enioys bowling and skating. She hopes to go on to an academy and to become a beautician. FHA 1, 2, 3. KAREN F. LIONETTI 349 Central Avenue Karen, ever on the go, spent her freshman year in the city of Rome. On her return to Mil- ton she immediately became active in CYO and her hobbies: ice skating, swimming and folk music. Karen spends her spare time working at the Boston University Medical S c h o o l where she wants to continue her schooling. FHA 2, 3. EDYVARD I. LIPSITZ 116 Ferncroft Road Spirited Eddie is enthusiastic about everything he does. Most of Eddie's spare time is taken up by Hebrew Teachers Col- lege and USY, where he is an active member of the New England Region. WVe know that Eddie will be a devoted rabbi and we wish him luck. Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3. MICHAEL A. LITANT 76 Brush Hill Road This future mathematician likes to spend his spare time tinkering with his model rail- road, playing an intriguing game of chess, or reading. Michael is an active member of the United Synagogue Youth. French Club 1, Math Club 2, 3. BARRY P. LITNER 79 Blue Hill Terrace Street Barry, a man of adventure is both president of AZA and an assistant Boy Scout leader. An avid reader, Barry hopes to become an electrical engineer after graduation. Had Worn them really I 9 6 HOWARD B. LONDON 41 Gerald Road Personality plus . . . this is o u r gregarious, ambitious tackle. College and teaching are included in Howie's future plans. Band 1, Football 1, 2, 3, VVre.s'tling 2, Homeroom Dele- gate 1, Student Council 2, Treasurer 3. DAVID 1. LORDAN 40 Governor Stoughton Lane Dave, a sailing and skiing enthusiast, is also a member of the Explorer Scouts. Recipient of a National Merit Letter of Commendation, Dave plans for a career in engineering. Latin Club 1, Ski Club 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3. JOHN M. LOSORDO 980 Brush Hill Road john, a new face at MHS this year, is a transfer student from Catholic Memorial. He is inter- ested in cars and sports, especi- ally football, hockey, and wrest- ling. john's ambition is to become a construction engineer. KAREN F. LOUCHRAN 112 Thacher Street Karen, a sports enthusiast, is a lively and spirited member of her class. Aiming for a nursing career in the Air Force, Karen is sure to succeed in whatever she does. French Club 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, Conces- sions 1, 2, 3, FHA 1. RICHARD LOWNEY 10 Church Street An active member of our school band, Dick is out march- ing at every football game. He enioys hunting and camping. He works in a drugs store after school and hopes to enter pharmacy after graduation. Band 1, 2, 3, Chenlistry Club 3. M. H. S. DAVID H. LUBIN 39 Nancy Road Dave, a born handy-man, cnioys fixing cars and doing electrical Work. His ambition is to become an electrical tech- nician. JAMES LYDON 175 Atherton Street jimmy, one of our most tal- ented dancers, ioined us in his junior year and has won many friends through his friendly disposition. Football 2. DIYRA J. LYMAN 68 Brook Trout Avenue Personable and witty Myra keeps busy both in school and out. A pianist of note from the New England Conservatory, she still Ends time for her hob- bies: sports, reading, and chess. Myra plans to pursue a medical career. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, Badminton 2, Softball 2, Basketball 2. KATHLEEN M. LYNCH 61 Crown Street Katie, full of fun and pep, has certainly contributed her share to MHS. She hopes to enter the Held of elementary teaching. FHA 1, 3, French Club 2, Ski Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Arcbefry 2, 3, Ofice Assist- ant 3, Concessions 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM F. LYNCH 4 Cedar Terrace Because of his outgoing and friendly personality Bill has won many friends at MHS. He enioys all sports and is a mem- ber of the YMCA. Bill's goal is to go into business manage- ment or become an accountant. Ski Club 1, 2, 3. about the same. SALLY MRCNEIL 251 Blue Hills Parkway Sally loves horseback riding, swimming and skating. Pet say- ing: "Individualism is the kev to successf' She hopes to enter the field of nursing. ANNE M. MacWILLIAM 28 Brush Hill Road Bright and friendly, Anne enioys sewing and babysitting. She sings in her church choir and is active in MYF and Mil- ton Youth Club. Anne's spark- ling personality promises a successful practical n u r s i n g career. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Basketball 3, Concessions 2, 3. MARTHA MIICWILLIAM 28 Brush Hill Road Unassuming, friendly Martha is active in MYF and Milton Youth Club. She enioys sewing, swimming and reading. Martha plans to maior in education. Library Assistant 1, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Guidance Assist- ant 2, 3, Office Assistzint 3, goncessions 2, 3, Glee Club 2, DONNA M. MANGANELLI 15 Clifton Road Spirited Donna, a future ele- mentary teacher, loves music and sports. Excelling in all intramurals, she is tennis co- champion. Besides practicing as a member of the highly selective All-District Band, she spends time on the golf course and on the CYO Council. Bancl 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3, Tennis 3, Baclminton 2, Softball 2, "Echo,' 2, 3, Orchestra 2. MICHELE C. MANNING 51 Denmark Avenue Friendly, capable, and viva- cious-these are but a few of Micheleis attributes. She is known for her ready laugh and artistic ability. Michele plans to attend the School of Nursing at U. of Mass. French Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, Homeroom Delegate 3, Volleyball 3, Year- book 3. JOSEPH A. MARSHALL 19 VVildwood Road Carefree Joe keeps busy every minute and is seldom seen without a pal. He is active in sports and likes to ski, skate, water ski, and bowl. Hockey 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, Ski Club 3. ALFRED A. MARSOLINI 444 Truman Highway Al, a newcomer who works every afternoon, has not had the opportunity to participate in many school activities. An avid reader and bowler, Al will certainly be a success in any Field he chooses. LINDA A. MASON 2 Andrews Road Quiet, but dependable Linda . . . horseback ridinf is her favorite sport, and office work is her future ambition. A loyal member of CYO and YMCA, she has won many friends dur- ing her three years at MHS. French Club 2, 3. MARION I. McCABE 48 Waldeck Road Marion, an active participant in school sports, is kept busy with her work in Young Repub- licans. An officer of her church fellowship for three years, she plans to pursue a career in reli- gious education. French Club 1, 2, 3, Gym- nastics 2, 3, Tennis 2, Basket- ball 1, Softball 1, 3, Archery 2, 3. PHILIP J. MCCABE 186 Granite Avenue A boy with good tastes in everything that counts, "the Shadowv has been seen work- ing in Ho-Io's. His hobbies in- clude ice skating, swimming, and traveling. Hockey 3, Golf 3. And both that morning l 9 6 MAUREEN C. MCCARTHY 214 Granite Avenue Maureen loves folk music and parties, participates in CYO and can be found with a paint brush, a needle, a book, or anv sports equipment. She plans to go to art school and enter the Held of fashion design. FHA 1, Art Club 2, Presi- dent 3. JOAN M. MCDONALD 66 Reedsdale Road This member of MYC loves sports, especially skiing. Joan plans to attend Aquinas Secre- tarial School next year, and to become an executive secretary. Gymnastics 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, 3. JAMES M. MCDONOUCH 159 Warren Avenue National Honor Society Likable lim has contributed much to MHS. His quick smile and pleasant personality have won him many friends. This National Honor Society mem- ber enioys all sports, including baseball, boating, and water- skiing. His conscientiousness will surely help bring him suc- cess as a doctor. Student Council 3, Hame- room Delegate 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. DONNA M. MCGACH 16 Chilton Park Donnais favorite hobbies are skating, swimming, and playing tennis. From high school she hopes to go on to business school and become a secretary. FHA 3, Guidance A.s's-istant 1, 2, 3. PAUL C. MCGUIRE 7 Marshall Road Good-natured Paul enjoys participating in school athletics and other sports. He is a mem- ber of his CYO Council. Dur- ing the summer months, Paul has been employed in the field of motel management. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. M. H. S. MARK I. MCLEAN 39 Sias Lane Music-loving, guitar-playing Mac is a member of MYC, an Explorer, and president of "Liberal Religious Youths." Wle wish this college-bound senior good luck. 3 French Club 3, Football 2, SHEILA A. MCNEELY 196 Ridgewood Road Sheila, noted for her per- petual smile, has made manv friends at Milton High. She is active in her CYO and in the Milton Youth Club, her hob- bies include water skiing and horseback riding. Sheilais pleas- ant and friendly manner will surely carry her far in her career as a certified public accountant. Library Club 2. MICHAEL E. McNULTY 31 Hawthorne Road Modest Mike, active in both track and wrestling, is one of the more athletic members of our class. An avid outdoorsman, he enioys hockey and Fishing. Mike hopes to become a biolo- gist after graduation. Track 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3, Math Club 3, Hameroom Delegate 3. NEIL E. MEISLER 4 Mulberry Road One of our most lively talk- ers, Neil is sure to have inter- esting classes when he fulfills his ambition of becoming an English teacher. French Club 3. HARRY C. MEREDITH 40 Hemlock Drive Mischievous Harry, our ca- pable quarterback, enioys water skiing and swimming. He will always remember our gymnas- tic exhibitions, and the Thanks- giving Day game-for which he was co-recipient of the Owen Kiernan Award. Harry has our best wishes in his pursuit of engineering. H omeroom Delegate 2, Math Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3. equally lay BARBARA L. MERLIN 87 Pope Hill Road Likable Barbara enioys read- ing and playing the piano. She is a member of USY. After attending college in Illinois, she hopes to become an elementary school teacher. Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 2, 3, Yearbook Busines.s- Stab' 2, 3, Bloodmobile 2. GEORGE R. METCALFE 26 Cushing Road Bob has varied interests. VVhen hels not busy with work- ing in a restaurant, he devotes his time to cars and water sports. ESTHER L. MILMAN 97 Blue Hill Avenue Artistic Esther is treasurer of our Art Club. She also enioys dramatics, folk music, and modern iazz. She plans to maior in art. Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Art glub 2, Treasurer 3, Glee Club KAREN L. MINSINGER 114 Gulliver Street National Honor Society Patient, good-natured Karen enioys sewing and art. She is a Sunday school teacher and serves as YVorthy Adviser for the Milton Rainbow Assembly. Karen possesses all the quali- ties needed for her chosen career - elementary school teaching. French Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, "Ecbov 2, 3. FRANK J. MITCHELL 138 Thacher Street Hard-working, ambitious and determined Frank will always be remembered for his leas- ant personality. Frank lkeeps himself busy workin after school and with his hobbies of sailing and working on old cars. Football 1. In leaves no step MARCIA A. MORGAN 76 Forbes Road Friendly Marcia enioys play- ing the piano. She hopes to become an executive secretary after high school. Library Club 1, Treasurer 2, FHA 3, Faculty Secretary 3. JOSEPH P. MORGANELLA 59 Guilford Road Fun is a favorite subject for Joe, but football runs a close second. As one of the "men" on the football Held, Joe has always been a tower of strength. Joe has plans for the business world. Football 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3. PATRICIA L. MULHERN 34 Crown Street A sparkling and friendly per- sonality has won many friends for Pat at MHS. A transfer stu- dent she had been active in the Glee Club, Legion of Mary, Drama and Sewing Clubs. An excellent water skier and swim- mer, Pat enioys all sports and participates actively. After col- lege she hopes to become a social worker. FHA 3, Fielcl Hockey 3. PETER MURDZA 85 Highland Street National Honor Society Dependable and capable, Peter is an enthusiastic member of both the Latin Club and the "Echo,' staff. His future plans are to attend college, major in history, and eventually attend law school. Latin Club 1, Treasurer 2, Co-consul 3, "Ecbo', 2, Secre- tary 3. PAUL I. MURRAY 4 Fairfax Road Paul, one of MHS's enthusi- astic athletes, also participates in Milton Youth Club. In warm weather he can often be found near the water either swim- ming or sailing. After MHS- a liberal arts college. Cross Country 1, Incloor Track 1, 2, Outdoor Track 2, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. I96 JUDITH R. BIYERS 108 Gulliver Street National Honor Society Energetic Judy is active both inside and outside school. An otlicer in BBG and a member of Volunteens, she has also done volunteer work at Milton Summer Day Camp for Special Children. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Softball 2, 3, Gym- nastics 2, Badminton 2, 3, Tennis 3, Volleyball 3, Year- book 3. MICHAEL D. NEEDLE 41 Concord Avenue Friendly and ambitious Mike is determined to break into the field of commercial art. Co- president of our Art Club, Mike displays great artistic talent. His spare time is spent either working in a department store or tinkering with his car. Swim- ming, water skiing, Fishing, and yachting are some of his favor- ite hobbies. Art Club 2, Co-Presirlent 3. PETER A. NELSON 248 Bluc Hills Parkway Dependable Pete is a sports enthusiast who cnioys traveling. He is an asset to the community as he is active in the CYO and Milton Youth Club. His unassuming manner and quiet ways belie a sturdy ambition to succeed in life. He hopes to enter engineering school. Football 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, "Echo" 2, 3. VALERIE NELSON 50 Churchill Street Although Val spent her junior year away from us in Connecticut, she came back still full of pep and school spirit. She is an active partici- pant in all sports. Val will be a cheerful addition to whichever college she attends. Yearbook 3, Ski Club 3, FHA 1, 3, Latin Club 1, Tennis 3, Majorette 1. CYNTHIA L. NEWCOMB 66 Badger Circle National Honor Society A member of the French Honor Society, Cynthia has been a credit to the student body at MHS. She finds time to participate in activities outside as well as inside school. XVe wish her much success in her plans for a career in govern- ment work. Latirz Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 3, Fielcl Hockey 1, 3, Bas- ketball, 1, 3, Softball 1, Arch- ery 2, 3, Yearbook Assistant Editor 3, Homeroom Delegate 1, 2, Ojfice Assistant 3. M. H. S. JEROME T. NEWELL 39 Bates Road Jerry, an enthusiastic mem- ber of the Youth Club, enioys Weightlifting and working on , cars. His ready Wit and con- genial personality will carry him far. Jerry plans to attend , a teclmical school next year. Football 2, Track 2. CRAIG S. NICKERSON 19 Gibbons Street Nick, one of the hustlers on the basketball court, is always on the go. At home in any sport as well as in the class- room, he has a sense of humor I to match his ability. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Soccer 3, French Club 2, Chemistry Club 3. CLYDE M. NICKINSON 112 Central Avenue Personable Clyde likes to travel. He is a member of the AZA, enioys sports, and has worked at the Red Feather Camp. His aim is to become a Certified Public Accountant. Basketball Manager 2, 3. ARLENE M. NIERMAN 939 Canton Avenue Busy Arlene enioys all sports and her activities as a member of the Milton Youth Club. Arlene intends to further her education and become an ele- mentary school teacher. Basketball 2, 3, Tennis 2, Badminton 2, Archery 2, 3, French. Club 2, 3. JOHN M. NORIS 14 Lyman Road Athletic John enioys partici- pating in school sports. john is also an active member of CYO and the Milton Youth Club. John intends to further his education in college. Football 1, Cross Country 2, Incloor Track 1, 2, Outdoor Track 1, 2. had trodden black. CAROL M. NORTON 540 Pleasant Street Pleasant, vivacious Carol en- ioys membership in MYC, Young People's Fellowship and Volunteens. Carolls line person- ality and honest determination will carry her far in her ambi- tion to become an executive secretary. Her hobbies include sailing and skiing. FHA 1, 2, Basketball 1, French Club 1, Yearbook Busi- ness Stag 3, Faculty Secretary 3. VIRGINIA A. OBERC 18 Myers Lane Impetuous Ginny is an ardent lover of the outdoors. She en- ioys swimming in summer and skiing in the winter. A member of Rainbow and of thc Milton Youth Club, this perky individual is sure to succeed. College is in sight for next year. Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 3. MARJORIE A. O'BRIEN 1105 Canton Avenue Pert, petite Margie can often be seen at work in the art room. She has studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and is taking classes at Mass. Art School. Margie also enjoys horseback riding, swimming and skiing. She hopes to become a fashion illustrator. Art Club 3. WILLIAM P. O'CONNELL 73 Clapp Street Oakie is one of M.H.S.,s most outstanding basketball stars. He also enioys playing baseball. In his spare time Oakie collects records. He hopes to become a professional baseball player. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1. GERALD L. O'NEIL 191 Church Street Versatile Gerry swims, hunts, fishes, skates, and participates in most outdoor activities. Pho- tographer, painter, and sculp- tor, Gerry also tinkers with cars, radios, and television sets in preparation for his career as an electrician. Oh, I kept the first STEVEN OPPENHEIM 40 Willoughby Road Active Steve can be seen at the Science Museum where he was elected to the Board of Volunteers, or at the Mass. General Hospital where he works. His hobbies include reading about microbiology or any type of medicine. Stevels career in medicine has already begun! Band 1, 2, Math Club 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Dramatic Club 2 LAWRENCE I. OSTROWSKY 98 Sumner Street Larry is kept busy with sev- eral organizations. He is a member of the Hecht House and is president ofa Boys' Club. Larry enjoys bowling, and he hopes to attend college. CALVIN PARKER 15 Mathaurs Street Quiet Cal has spent most of his spare time working. After graduation Cal plans to further his education. ELLEN S. PARKER 127 Craig Street Ellen, a veteran camper, loves all types of sports. She is vice-president of the Milton Volunteens. Her hobbies in- clude water skiing, swimming, and knitting . . . hopes to go into dental hygiene. French Club 1, Latin Club 3g FHA 2, 3. ALICE M. PASQUANTONIO 42 Orchard Road Friendly Alice, known for her sewing ability, also enjoys knit- ting and bowling. She keeps busy working in a drugs store after school. We wish Alice luck in her chosen career of dietetics. Library Club lg FHA 2. 3. i965 BARBARA I. PAYNE 26 Glendale Road Peppy Barbara, known for her blonde hair and ready smile, is a credit to our school. Barb is an active member in her church Fellowship and in the Youth Club Council. She plans to attend college next year. Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, Yearbook Business Staff 3, Ski Club 3, Faculty Secretary 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, 3. JANE E. PELTON 99 Lyman Road Jane, who works at Milton Hospital, enioys sewing and cooking, as well as bowling and horseback riding. She would like to become a secretary. Red Cross 1, 2. ELLEN J. PENDOLEY 44 Lyman Road Ellen's work at Milton Hos- pital, along with her outside sports activities of bowling, horseback riding, archery and swimming keep her constantly busy. She enioys sewing and collecting records. After gradu- ation she plans to attend a business school. Library Club 2, Library As- sistant 2, 3. LINDA R. PERLMUTTER 53 Aberdeen Road Versatile Linda loves to sew, draw, and attend the theater. She hopes to become an ele- mentary school teacher and a part-time model. Library Assistant 3, Latin. Club 1, French Club 1, 2. JOHN D. PERRI 111 Milton Street CLASS TREASURER John, the master of addition and subtraction, is the treasurer of our Senior Class and speed demon of the track team. John plans to ,go to college and enter the field of business adminis- tration. Homeroom Delegate 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Chemzlstry Club 3, Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3. M. H. S. ALEXANDER E. PERRIELLO 36 Fairbanks Road After school, Alex spends his time working in the Supreme Market. He participates in CYO, Milton Youth Club, and enioys boating and art. Alex plans a career in engineering. Incloor Track 1, 2, Outdoor Track 1, Screen Guilcl 1, 2, 3. BARBARA A. PETERSEN 57 Aberdeen Road Quiet Barbara needs only a little encouragement to talk about her hobby of art. Al- though active in intra-mural sports and school clubs, she finds time for her church youth group and Rainbow. VVe wish her luck in her career as a kindergarten teacher. Tennis 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, Softball 1, 3, Basketball 2, 3, French Club 1, 3, Dramartic Club 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 3. MARTHA L. PEVERLY 137 Robbins Street National Honor Society Martha's sincere and pleasant nature has Won her many friends during her years at Milton High. Although she works after school at the Mil- ton Library, she still finds time to be active in her church group as editor of its newspa- per. After college, she plans to become a high school English teacher or librarian. Orchestra 1, 2, Yearbook 3, Honzeroorn Delegate 2, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 3. KENNETH M. PHILLIPS 18 Pope Hill Road Ken, witty, pleasant and per- sonable, can look back on his high school days with pride knowing that he has contribu- ted to the class of '65. In addition, he is extremely active in community affairs. He loves math, chemistry and skiing. College is in view. Soccer 3, Chemistry Club 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3. SARAH H. PIERCE 40 Hollis Street Quiet and efiicient . . . that's Sally. She enioys all types of folk music and finds poetry her favorite form of literature. Hopes to attend college and with her many likable attri- butes, we know she will do Well. Band 1, 2, 3, Debating Club 2, Folk Music Club 2. for another dayl WILLIAM W. PICOTT 188 Blue Hills Parkway Bill has been active in MYC and CYO. Bowling in the Cun- ningham League, tending Hen- drie's ice cream bar, fishing and golfing have accounted for Billis spare hours. Latin Club 1. JOAN A. POLESKI 87 Robbins Street Joanls warmth and charm have made many friends for her at MHS. She is a member of the CYO and Milton Youth Club. Her hobbies consist of sewing, ice skating and swim- ming. Her ultimate goal is to become a secretary. Tennis 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1. JOHN C. QUATROMONI 120 Thacher Street A member of the CYO and the Milton Youth Club, John enioys baseball and football. Although he transferred from Cathedral High School in his iunior year, his winning person- ality has earned him the honor of being elected president of the Homeroom Delegation. lFootball 3, Student Coun- ci 3. THOMAS QUATROMONI 120 Thacher Street Carefree and considerate, Tom has won many friends at MHS with his pleasant person- ality. He has served as treas- urer of his CYO and vice-presi- dent of the Milton Youth Club . . . eniovs music and playing the drums . . . future plans include a military career. Spirit Club Presiclent 3, Concessions 1, 2, 3. JEANNETTE bl. QUINN 321 Tliacher Street Friendly Jeannette is a volun- teer worker at Milton Hospital. Her future plans include at- tending college where she will maior in elementary education. Fielcl Hockey 1, Basketball 1: Softball 1, FHA 1, 2, 3. Yet knowing how way B. LYNNE RAYMOND 22 Rustlewood Road Church fellowship and Satur- day art classes keep Lynne out of mischief. She hopes to be- come an artist or an interior decorator. Maiorettes 1, 2, Captain 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3. SUSAN V. REARDON 56 Badger Circle Popular Sue, noted for her stylish clothes, has been kept busy in her senior year collect- ing information for her Teen Talk column in the Milton Record-Transcript. She enioys skiing and membership in the Milton Youth Club and CYO. FHA 1, 3, French Club 1, Ski Club 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Concessions 3, Yearbook 3, Volleyball 3. ROBERT R. REILLY 44 Pleasant Street Cross-country captain Bob has contributed to all phases of MHS. Should make a good gymnastics instructor. Cross-country 1, 2, Captain 3, Incloor Track 1, 2, 3, Out- door Track 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, Homeroom Delegate 1. LOIS D. REVIS 5 Byrne Road "Life is too short to waste," is a saving attributed to Lois. She has been active in Milton BBC for three years and is now president. Lois, an avid sewer and sketcher, hopes to become a French teacher. Junior Red Cross 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Of- jfce Assistant 2, 3. JOSEPH H. RIDDLE 32 Bradford Road XVorking on cars and hunt- ing are Joels favorite pastimes. He intends to enter the service after graduation. I96 LINDA A. RITCHIE 10 Hillcrest Road Versatile Linda, a member of the Milton Youth Club and CYO, enioys sewing, skiing, and swimming. She will always be remembered for her bouncy step, on the football field as a maiorette and on the dance floor. Future plans: college with a physical education maior. Basketball 2, Majorettes 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 35 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. JEFFREY R. ROBBINS 45 Aberdeen Road A witty addition to the Senior Play, Ieif is also a member of AZA, Knights of Pythias, YMHA, and YMCA. His inter- ests include engines, history, and weightlifting. He hopes to become an economist. Outdoor Track 2, Dramatic Club 3. LINDA M. ROBERTSON 7 lylathaurs Street Linda is sure to be a success- ful secretary because of her experience at Milton High. She is an active member in her church CYO, and in her spa1'e time likes to bowl. Softball lg Faculty Secretary 3. DANIEL ROCI-IE 273 Eliot Street Cood-natured Dan is active in CYO and enioys baseball and horseback riding. He plans to attend college and become an accountant. ROBERT ROCHLIN 40 Sumner Street Cood-humored Rocky will always top your favorite anec- dote. Loves hunting, folk music, photography and In o a t i n g . Along with his good nature is an incessant drive toward success. Hockey 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3. M. H. S. WALTER T. ROGERS 418 Adams Street Iuga, the outdoor type, enjoys hunting and Hshing. He wants to go to Montana State University and study wild life management. Golf 1, 2, 3, Football 2. JOHN F. ROMAN 63 Cabot Street john, a member of the Quincy YMCA, enjoys scuba diving, coin collecting, and flying. He plans to enter the world of business administra- tion. MARJORIE S. ROODIN 380 Blue Hills Parkway Margie, whose hobbies in- clude art and dramatics, plans to attend college, where she will rnaior in art. She hopes to enter the field of fashion illus- tration and to travel extensively. French Club 1, Art Club 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Badminton 3. BOB M. ROSEMARK 115 Blue Hills Parkway Bob, an ambitious and capa- ble senior, plans to study medi- cine in college. His hobbies range from coin collecting and the stock market to softball and bowling. He is an active mem- ber in AZA and NEYO. Latin Club 1, Matlz Club 2, 3. JANET K. ROSENBLOOM 54 Briarfield Road janet, president of the Milton V olunteens, is a pleasant com- bination of gay personality and quick wit. Her enthusiasm in school activities has added much to MHS. She intends to go into the field of psychology. French Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Year- book Business Stayff 3, FHA 1, 25 Homeroom Delegate 3. leads on to way, BERNARD I. ROSS 237 Thacher Street Bernie spends his spare time participating in CYO, TFL, and Milton Youth Club. XVe wish him success in his plans for business management. Latin Club 1. CYNTHIA ROSS 23 Quentin Street Popular Cynthia is active both inside and outside MHS. She is a member of the Milton Volunteens and B'nai B'rith Girls. Looking forward to a nursing career, she also enjoys music and sewing. Library Assistant 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Delegate 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1. HELEN ROSS 32 Hudson Street Quiet Helen, a member of the Milton Youth Club, is sure to succeed as a secretary. Her leisure time is usually spent bowling, swimming, sewing, or concoeting some scrumptious dish in the kitchen. FHA 3. THOMAS F. ROWAN 17 Bates Road Tom enioys sports, working on cars, and bowling. This member of the CYO hopes to ioin the State Police Force after graduation. Hockey 1 . STEVEN E. RUTTENBERG 24 Lothrop Avenue Steven is an ubiquitous photographer and a potential broadcaster. Audio-Vi.S-ual Club 1, 2, 3, Language Club 1, 2, 3, Base- ball Manager 2, Dramatic Club ROBERTA R. RYAN 270 Blue Hill Avenue Friendly, good-natured Ro- berta loves the outdoors, espe- cially horseback riding. A talented cook and seamstress, she looks forward to college as a Home Ec maior. Her efliciency and good cheer will open the door to success. ALFRED A. SALVONI 361 Thacher Street Popular and easy-going Fred is a football and wrestling en- thusiast. He is active in CYO, Milton Youth Club, and the Competitors Car Club. His ambition-to go to California and then on to college to be- come a veterinarian. With his cheery attitude, we know he'll do well. Football 1, 2, 3, VVres'tling 1, 2, 3. STEVEN SCHNEIDERMAN 68 Hudson Street Steven, an active member of AZA, is interested in basket- ball, softball, swimming, and bowling. You might find Steve with his head buried in the paper . . . for one of his hob- bies is the stock market. He hopes to pursue a career as a graphic artist. Latin Club 1, Homeroom Delegate 2g Chemistry Club V ice-President 3. EVELYN I-I. SCRIBNER 58 Webster Road Pert, vivacious and enthusi- astic Evelyn enioys water ski- ing and swimming. She hopes to become an airline steward- ess. Library Club Vice-President 2, FHA 3, Faculty Secretary 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3. RICHARD J. SEMER 38 Spruce Street Dick, who can be seen afternoons working at Milton Academy, is a member of the CYO. He enjoys boxing, bowl- ing, and lifting weights. After graduation he plans to enter the service. Football 1, 3, IVrestling 1, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. I doubted if I should ever come back. I 9 6 CHARLOTTE NI. SHANION 48 Blue Hills Parkway This transfer from Roslindale High School, where she used to be a cheerleader, enioys music and sports. She likes to play piano, bowl, and skate. Charlotte's future includes a career as a teacher. SUSAN B. SHAPIRO 65 Hudson Street Sue, noted for her dancing talent, enioys sports, and being with people. She is very active in the Volunteens and camp life. A career in speech therapy is Sue's ambition after leaving MHS. Art Club 3, French Club 2, 3. JANE R. SHARON 481 Blue Hill Avenue Vivacious Jane, a lover of action . . . skating, swimming, and bowling. She plans to attend college and to travel abroad. JANE E. SHAUGHNESSY 3 Francis Street Peppy Janie, always smil- ing. Being secretary of the Milton Youth Club is just one of her many activities. A look at her record shows iust how busy Janie is. Cheerleader 3, Yearbook 3, French Club Secretary 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, Gym- nastics 3g FHA 2, 3. PETER SHEINFELD 73 Grove Street Pete is enthusiastic about everything he does, especially politics. He is an avid member of the Young Republican Club and can be found campaigning at the polls during any elec- tion. DeMolay and an outside fob take up what is left of his spare time. Pete hopes to attend Northeastern. Band 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA A. SHIMMIN 20 Reservation Road Linda has earned recognition in many outstanding ways at MHS as well as in our com- munity. Her work as VVorthy Adviser of Rainbow takes up much of Linda's spare time. She hopes to pursue a career in Home Economics. French Club 1, 2, 3, Dra- matic Club 3, Latin Club 2, Homeroom. Delegate 3, Field Hockey 1, 3, Basketball 1, Gymna.S'tie.s' 2, 3, Volleyball 3, Yearbook 3. ALLYSON E. SHOLDS 35 Centre Lane Reserved Allyson certainly must bring sunshine to the Rainbow Girls with her bright eycs and warm smile. After graduation, Allyson hopes to further her education and be- come a medical secretary. FHA 1, 2, Concessions 1, 2, Library Assistant 2, 3. PETER M. SHUMSKER 35 Lothrop Avenue A whiz in math class . . . Peter's time out of school is spent in AZA as president of the Milton Chapter. Latin Club 1, Math Club 2, 3. SUSAN C. SILVER 4 West Street Friendly Sue can often be found working in her father's drug store. She enioys swim- ming and riding around in her boat. Her ambitions: to grow an inch, and to excel at teach- 1112. Chemistry Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 2, Yearbook Business Stag 2, 3, Bloozlmobile 2. ROBERTA M. SILVERIO 269 Edge Hill Road Cheerful, friendly Bobbie keeps busy with CYO, Milton Youth Club, and an office iob. Her hobbies include sewing, cooking, and skiing. Future plans? Junior college and a career as a secretary. Library Club 1, 2, Yearbook 3, Faculty Secretary 3, FHA 3, Basketball 2. M. H. S. 1 shall be telling this with a sigh SUSAN P. SINCLAIR 91 V alley Road Susan enioys sports, especi- ally bowling, swimming, water skiing, and ice skating. She will either be a very prettv model or a very efficient secretary. JOSEPH H. SKINNER 29 Horton Place Basketball is Zeke's favorite in and out of school. NVith a light heart and a quick hand hc has sparked his teammates for three years here at MHS. He plans to enter the service after graduation. Basketball 1, 2, Captain 3. JEFFREY SLAVET 34 Landon Road jell, noted for his height, his witty sayings and his great sense of humor, has manv inte1'ests. His membership in YMHA, his fob at Hobby Fair, and skiing are a few of them. -left plans to attend college after MHS. Ski Club 1, 2, 3, lVrestling 1, Dramatic Club 3. JACQUELINE P. SNIITH 36 Belvoir Road Sunnv and enthusiastic, Jackie eniovs all areas of sports. She can often be seen rooting for Milton High at the football games. XVe shall miss her. Library Club Treasurer 1, Gymna.s'tic.s 2, 3, FHA 3, Nur.s'e'.s Aifle 1, 2. STEPHEN C. SMITH 208 Churehill's Lane Friendly and always busy, Steve loves swimming, sailing, skiing and hunting. DeMolay, MYF, and Coast Guard Auxili- ary have occupied his spare time outside of school. He hopes to enter the Diplomatic Service after college. Ski Club 2, 3, Cross Coun- try 2, 3, Outclaar Track 1, 2, 3, VVrestling 3. VVILLIANI A. SMITH 21 Granite Place Smitty enioys sports of all types and is a member of the East Milton Bowling Associa- tion. His hobbies include swim- ming and hunting. After gradu- ation he plans to enter the army and later pursue a career in Photo Offset. RUSSELL E. SNOW 126 Reedsdale Road Russell is a sports enthusiast whose hobbies include hunting, water skiing, and swimming. Russ is headedfor college. ARLENE SOLONION 58 Aberdeen Road Arlene is a busy girl, both in school and out. Besides being a hospital volunteer, she enioys writing to her two pen-pals, bowling, and listening to folk music. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, Gym- nastics 1, 2, Softball 1, Chem- istry Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3, GI? Club 1, A Cappella Clioir 9 . ..., . KEVIN C. SORCI 10 Denmark Avenue His membership in the East Milton Square Bowling Associ- ation and his participation in Summer League Basketball demonstrate Kevin's interest in sports. He also participates in CYO and Milton Youth Club. XVe hope Kevin succeeds in his plans to teach social studies. Golf 2, Captain 3, Football 3. DONNA NI. SPINNEY 10 Tucker Street Friendly, petite Donna is always bright and smiling. Be- sides school activities, CYO and Milton Youth Club, she loves playing the guitar, sail- ing, and skiing. One hobby, art, will help prepare her for a career as an illustrator of children's books. Latin Club 1, Library Club I, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Office As- sistant 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Gym- nastics 3, Folk Music Club 3. Somewhere ages and ages hence, l 9 6 WENDY L. STAFFORD 28 Warren Avenue WVendy has cheered our teams in victory and defeat throughout her high school career. Her outside interests include swimming and skiing. In college XVendy plans to major in physical education. Lat-in Club 1, Library Club 1, FHA 1, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, Badminton. 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Cheerleacler 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 3. LINDA B. STEIN 95 Amor Road A look at her record shows Linniels value to Milton High. "Echo" 2, 3, Hormeroom Delegate 1, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, French Club 1, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Gymnastics 1, 3, Archery 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3. KAREN L. STOCKMAN 534 Brook Road Karen, composed, compati- ble, and sincere, has been very active in both school and com- munity activities. She has worked as a hospital volunteer and in her spare time enjoys bowling, knitting and dancing. Karen wants to be and un- doubtedly will be a very line speech therapist. French Club 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, Yearbook 3. RALPH E. STODDABD 17 Meadow Lane CLASS PRESIDENT P o p u l a r and easy-going Ralph, our Senior Class Presi- dent is always ready with a quick smile and a friendly word for everyone. His outside inter- ests include Milton Youth Club and Pilgrim Fellowship. He en- joys all types of winter sports, especially skiing. Homeroom D e l e g a t e 3, Latin Club 1, Ski Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Golf 1, 2, 3. RUTH ANN STOVER 136 Audubon Road Ruth Ann who has a smile for everyone, is the capable presi- dent of her church Fellowship as well as an active member of Rainbow. Always busy, she sews, knits, plays the guitar, and skis enthusiastically. FHA 1, Ski Club 2, 3, Li- brary Assistant 1, Concessions M. H. S. Two roads diverged WILLIAM STRACHMAN 71 Dexter Street Quiet but friendly, Bill has won the admiration of many at MHS. His outside activities include a job after school, auto- mobiles and folk music. After MHS and college - a career in engineering. Folk Singing Club 2, Ski Club 1, 2. BETTE L. SUNSHINE 111 Ridgewood Road National Honor Society A member of the French Honor Society, Bette's interests French Club 1, 2, President lie in music, sewing and study- ing Hebrew. Her ambition is to help others to help them- selves by a career in physical therapy. French Club 1, 2, President 3, junior Red Cross 1, Softball 2, Tennis 3, "Echo" 2, 3. GAIL SUZEDELL 56 Holmes Lane National Honor Society President Versatile Cail, a member of the French Honor Society, is a National Merit Semi-Finalist. Her hobbies: skiing, playing the folk guitar, photography. Her ambition: to work in the life sciences. "Echo" 2, As.s'1Ls'tant Editor 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1. NANCY E. SWARTZ 15 Nancy Road Perky, cheerful Nancy . . . enjoys all sports and music . . . a versatile dancer . . . a member of the Milton Youth Club, has had a very active life at MHS. Maiorette 1, Softball 1, 2, French Club 1, Pep Club 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Milton Volun- geens 1, Girls League President PAULA E. TATE 108 Blue Hill Avenue Cheerful Paula reads and sews in her spare time. She keeps quite active as Veep of the Girls League. Paula wants to return to school as a teacher. Homeroom- Delegate 2, 3, Girls League Vice-president 3. in a Wood, and I- HOWARD H. TEMKIN 24 Aberdeen Road Howie is an active member of AZA and an important help- er for Boy Scout Troop No. 18. He enioys golf and bowling. His ambition: to become a drafting engineer. MARY F. THOMAS 638 Blue Hill Avenue Dependable, friendly and thoughtful, Mary has made many friends since transferring to MHS in her junior year. Skiing, cooking, swimming, sewing and a iob as a clinical secretary occupy her spare time. Mary, who also enioys writing poetry, hopes to enter the field of journalism. FHA 3. NORMA J. THORBURN 525 Randolph Avenue Norma, a transfer student from Fontbonne, is spending her last year of high school at MHS. It hasn't taken Norma long to get into the swing of things though! She is a mem- ber of CYO and belongs to the choir. Skiing, tennis, knitting, sewing, and dancing are some of her hobbies. Norma hopes to become a Registered Nurse. Dramatic Club 3, Chemistry Club 3. RICHARD H. TREANOR 61 Mingo Street Dick, who hopes to enter the business world after graduation is an avid folk music fan. Skater, swimmer, and sports enthusiast, Dick will certainly be a success in whatever he may do. French Club 1, Folk Music Club 2, Homeroom Delegate 2. FREDERICK C. TROZZI 36 Vtlilloughbv Road Fred, one of Milton Highis representatives at Boys' State and the leader of a dance band, the "Nobles,,' always has the time to stop and talk to a friend. His future plans include college. Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Student Council 2, Homeroom Delegate 1, 2, 3, Wrestl'ing 1. ROBERT M. TUCKER 258 Dana Avenue "Sophie', delights in sports of all kinds. A member of the Milton Auxiliary Fire Depart- ment, he plans to become a fire engineer. Football 1, 2, 3. BRIAN M. TUOHY 80 Webster Road Brian is a sports enthusiast. He has been a member of the Milton Youth Club for three years. After MHS his ambition is to become a construction worker. Cross Country 1, Track 1, 2, Hockey 1. DAVID J. TURNBULL 625 Pleasant Street Quiet Dave enioys all types of sports. In his spare time, he likes to bowl and play pool. He is on the Cunningham Bowling League and belongs to CYO. He hopes to attend col- lege next year. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3. RONALD F. TURNER 127 Silver Brook Road Ronnie is a member of the National Rifle Association and a player on his church basket- ball team. He enjoys building wooden planes and collecting foreign money. He hopes to become an aerospace engineer. LINDA A. TUTUNIIAN 18 Century Lane Bright and bubbling Linda is always full of enthusiasm for all Milton High activities. Dark hair, beautiful eyes, and a radiant smile are all associ- ated with her. Linda plans to maior in physical education in college. French Club 1, Ski Club 2, FHA 3. I took the one less traveled by, I 9 6 DIANNE A. VAN PUTTEN 538 Brook Road Cute and popular Vandy has made many friends at MHS . . . Always eager to participate in any club or activity . . . Loves reading and sports . . . Ambi- tion: to be a teacher: Basketball Ig Softball lg Gymnastics 2, 3, Maiorette 1, Archery 2, 3, Field Hockey 3, Latin Club 3, French Club 1, FHA 3. PETER S. VENETO 192 Church Street Tall, dark and nice to know, 'KDinoU lives on the baseball diamond and is famous for his skate boarding . . . an all- around guy with a fast sense of humor and a smile for all. As Milton's future archaeologist, we wish him luck on the rocks! Baseball 1, 2, 3. JOHN P. WALKER 17 Cheever Street jack, whose hobbies are sports, especially hockey and water skiing, hopes to attend college next year. He is a mem- ber of CYO and the Milton Youth Club. Gymnastics 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3. ELAINE M. WALSH 1175 Brook Road Red-headed, peppy, and full of fun, Elaine bubbles over with enthusiasm. A l xv a y s friendly, always talkative, al- ways active, she may be found on any ski slope. College is her ambition for the next four years. French Club 1, Dramatic Club 1, Field Hockey 2, 3. CAROL A. WARD 6:2 Huntington Road Vivacious, loquacious Carol perfectly suited for her iob as Teen Talk writer. This active member of the Milton Youth Club and CYO enioys several sports . . . skiing, swimming, and horseback riding. She'll be a great hairdresser. Horneroom. Delegate 1, Ski Club 2, FHA 1, 3, M. H. S. DAVID E. WEBSTER 36 Lothrop Avenue Davie has worked with Mr. Raymond and Dr. Knuttgen on the physiological testing. He is also a member of YMCA and is active in Milton DeMolay. He enjoys scuba diving, coin collecting and automobiles. HARVEY L. WEINREBE 26 Warren Avenue Everyone likes and remem- bers Harvey for his individual- ity, and sense of humor. After his successful years at MHS where he spends spare hours playing golf, bowling and pre- siding at AZA meetings, he hopes to become a doctor with a thriving private practice. Latin Club 1, Library As- sistant 1, Math Club 3, Year- book 3, Senior Play 3. SUSAN L. WEINSTEIN 28 Gerald Road A mere glance at Suzyls ac- tivities is proof that she has played an important Dart in the life of our school and our class. A member of Volunteens, she plans to become a teacher. Special Class Volunteens 3, Basketball 2, 3g Badminton 2g Field Hockey 2, 35 Softball 2, Library Club 1, Volleyball Sq French Club 1, 2, Yearbook 35 Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 3. BARBARA M. WEKSTEIN 364 Blue Hills Parkway Vivacious Barbara enioys music and reading. An enthusi- astic participant in volunteer work, she hopes to become a social worker. Yearbook 35 French Club 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 1, 2, Tennis 3. LYNDA R. WELENSKY 74 Brook Road Lynda, a future nurse, has been busy preparing for this field by donating her services to the Bloodmobile and Red Cross. Her certificate of Oper- ation Kindness was well de- served. Her leisure time may be spent traveling, listening to good music or curled up with an intriguing book. French Club 2, 3, Nurse's Aide 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3. And that has made J. PI-IILLIP WEST 18 Oak Street Friendly Phil is a football and gymnastics enthusiast. He keeps busy with his part-time job at Hendriels after school . . . Hopes to attend VVentvvorth Institute and then go on to engineering school. Football 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1. PATRICIA I. WEST 32 Belcher Circle Pat is active in the Milton Youth Club as well as in the CYO. She may be found at the Milton Cinema where she works as a cashier. She hopes to pur- sue a career in the Held of accounting. FHA 3. ROBERT H. WIDDEN 40 Beacon Street Circle Captain Bob, the tall blond with an easy-going manner. YVork after school and cars keeps this boy busy . . . born with a paint brush in his hand . . . we wish him well in his future career. MILDRED E. WILCOX 75 St. Agatha Road Millie, known for her beau- tiful singing voice, loves people. She is active in her church, and enioys collecting old coins, painting, and participating in sports. Her ambition is to become a nurse. Basketball 1, Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 Archery 2, Tennis 1, Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3. PENNY A. WILLARD 81 Huntington Road Penny seems to have very little time for the many things that she enioys doing. During school vacations she has been employed by the government and served in recent political campaigns and has also re- ceived her license to fly an airplane. She hopes to become a court reporter. Glee Club 1, 2, FHA 1, of- Hee Assistant 2, 3. O 0 96 DONALD E. WILLIAMS 42 Church Street A good pal to all, Don is a member of the East Milton Bowling Association and CYO. His favorite pastime is working on cars. He plans to become a policeman. Wrestling 1, 3. BRUCE S. WYMAN 14 Kevin Road Versatile Bruce spends most of his time with music lessons and playing in a professional dance band. Bruce's hobbies include photography and rec- ord collecting. He hopes to become a dentist. Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 1, 25 Tennis 1, 2, 3, "Echo" 2, 3g Math Club 2, 3, French Club 1, Yearbook Business Staff 3. ROBERT ZASLAW 49 Aberdeen Road Independent and witty Bob enioys baseball, football, bowl- ing and rooting for the Sox. Political science is also one of his interests. His ambition is to attend college where a career in social work, law, or public relations will be pursued. HARRIET T. ZIEPER 18 Blue Hill Terrace Street Civic-minded Harriet has done volunteer work at Faulk- ner Hospital. Active in Milton BBC, she also finds time to perform her duties as corres- ponding secretary of Milton Volunteens. After graduation, Harriet hopes to become a dental assistant. all the difference. I 9 6 Many honors Class of 1965. Among them were: were received by individual members of the NATIONAL MERIT FINALIST: Gail suzedell NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION: james Corliss Ronald Linden Kevin Doherty Michael Litant Iudith Falcone David Lordan Basil Glazer Peter Murdza TYPING AWARDS: Bonnie Berman Martha MacWilliam BROTHERHOOD AWARD: Sue Weinstein STUDENT COUNCIL NATIONAL CONVENTION: Elaine Kaiserman GIRLS STATE REPRESENTATIVE: Donna Botbol BOYS STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Walter Gallery Paul Kerrissey Fred Trozzi BETTY CROCKER WINNER: Martha Peverly PATRIOT-LEDGER ALL-SCHOLASTIC: Paul Kerrissey-Football joseph Marshall - Soccer ART AWARDS: Pat Curry Fran Heaney Nancy Swartz Sue Bates JOHN PHILIP SOUSA AWARD: Donna Manganelli HARVARD BOOK PRIZE: Allan Keith To these and to all who helped Milton High School grow in stature and community respect: Th E TURES SUDAN? X2 WM 2 f"' Mi 0 2 "NM- 0 -QQ W3 LIJV0 Q5 QLXUL SENIOR OV BEST D QQLQQQQQQ CY N N IC fy SQA fp, N 1-X C fa, QM uma. 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Tom Jones ......... Tluvnckum ta tutorl . Square fanother tutnry .. ' CAST .. Alan Braverman . , . . Gail Suzedell . . . Michael Koppel . . , Barbara Petersen .. Linda Shimmin ., YYalter Gallery . .. Jeffrey Rohhins .. Ronald Linden ., Neil Meisler . . . Basil Glazer Mr, 1Vestern .............. ..... . . Alan Blank Sophia, lVestei1'n fhis d!IllgiltL'I'i Miss lvestern this sisterj I-Innour 1Sophia's maidy .. Justice Dowling ......, . . . . . Cynthia Ross ,. Susan Burns ,. . . , .. Lois Kagan . . Harvey !Veinrebe Doctor ......... ....... D aniel Larkin Highwuyman ....,.. . . . Peter Hesselschwerdt Harriet Fitzpatrick ....... ........ D onna Botbol Fitzpatrick flier hnslmndj ...... . .. Mark McLean Mrs. Xvhitefield fthe innkeeperb .. Linda Stein Susan fa. maid at the innj .. Lynne' Raymond Lady Bellaston .........,. . . . Karen Minsinger Nancy Qher maidy .. ..... Miriam Kaufman Cone-stable ..... . . . ....... Peter Ilesselsehwerdt Servants . . . . . . Doris Carlson, Robert Connell Barry Litner Produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing: C'0mpany of Chicago , .,-v Q, ,Lx ,IA f he 52 .,.f , 7 f' 'Q M7224 f- X fa, 5 ' 2 1' X , ..,.,.. QQ rf gk 0 . x wg? - - L f A if I DU TRIAL ARTS OO often we think of the word "Industrial,' and too seldom the word "Arts" when referring to Rooms A-3, 4, 5 and 6 in the sparkling new wing of Milton High School. The things produced in these rooms are truly artistic and we are as proud of what our boys have done with their hands as we are of our academic achieve- ments. Industrial Arts is instructional shop work which provides an orientation in the areas of production, consumption, and recreation through actual experi- ences in planning, producing, servicing, and repair- ing various types of consumer goods in common usage. Through these experiences the student learns how to use and maintain these items intelligently. He develops gen- eral skill and resourcefulness in working safely with things mechanical and technical. The student learns about industrial tools, ma- terials, processes and design. They learn to do critical thinking in solving problems relating to these matters. The Industrial Arts program is organized on a basis to parallel modern industry as near as possible within prac- tical limits. Experiences in Electronics, Graphic Arts, VVoodworkng, General Metals, Power Mechanics, and Drawing fmechanical and technicall are provided. The various areas are not regarded as separate subjects but as areas of experience and segments of the total Indus- trial Arts Program. We have a modern plant, a superb faculty, and young men who appreciate both. 3 B 5 ' ! , F 4 E 2 A 3 5 Qi fi I' Ha p. -A Y 5 N, 3? if 3 Qs Mx fx' C ASS WILL We, the class of 1965 of Milton High School, located in Milton, Norfolk County, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in these United States, on the planet Earth, being of reasonably sound bodies, and hav- ing no minds at all, after three glorious years within these walls, do hereby bequeath the following items of no value whatsoever to our illustrious pedagogues to do with as they please: To Mr. Kane we leave a 14-karat gold brass bracelet to wear with his sleeveless vest. To Mr. Mullin we leave a time clock for his 8:15 Club. To Mr. Archibald, Mr. Rainacorti, and Miss Sears we leave three let- ters of recommendation. To Mrs. Arcana, Mrs. Hayer, and Mrs. McCusker we leave many faith- ful assistants to help them next year. To Miss Albret we leave a gold bound copy of "Macbeth.v To Miss Depoyan we leave a full undisturbed class period of concen-- trated study. To Miss Foster we leave an enthusiastic class. To Mr. Smith we leave a normal solution for his chemistry worries. To Mr. Alexander and Mr. Lazzaro we leave an abundant supply of red paint. To Mr. Alger, Miss Cox, Mrs. Drucker, and Miss Rich we leave our hopes that they enjoyed their first year at M.H.S. We leave Mr. Bailey, Mr. Banta, Mr. MacDonald, Mr. Richards, and Mr. Shute in the new wing. To Mrs. Belkin and Miss Hanley we leave plenty - socks, sneakers, combs, gym suits . . . We leave Mr. Brennan to many more years of Bay State champion football teams. We leave Mrs. Buchanan with advice on how to discipline senior class studies. We leave Mr. Campbell a few more girls for his Physics classes. We leave Mr. Cannon and PT 107. We leave Miss Robinson - darn it! We leave Mr. Carnie in the Cage. To Miss Cave we leave an Oscar. To Mr. Colby we leave a book of tardy slips. To Mr. Copp we leave a policeman - just in case. To Mr. Creighton we leave a Ph.D. in Data Processing. To Mr. Crowell we leave a securely anchored French flag. To Miss Dawes we leave 'Needles and Pinsf' To Miss Desmond we leave an enthusiastic Girls League. To Mrs. Davis we leave Ben Casey and Dr. Kildare. To Mrs. Donaldson we leave une petite dictee. To Mr. Dunbar we leave a gold plated seat belt and our best wishes. To Miss Dyas we leave a vocabulary text with so attractive a format that her seniors will reach for it gladly. To Miss Elzbut, Miss Johnston, and Mrs. Smith we leave three sets of false fingernails. To Mr. Engborg we leave a trainable cowlick. To Miss F arren we leave the second half of O,Brien's LaFrance. To Mr. F idler we leave a shiny silver badge to wear with his whistle. To Mr. Foss we leave a Happy Louis Quatorze Party. To Mr. Cadaire we leave Bob Cousy and an up-to-date joke book. To Mr. Gleason we leave a very active turkey trained to throw fish at deserving students. To Mrs. Goldman we leave our love - per se. To Mr. Hamilton we leave a new lab coat which red pencils cannot stain. To Miss Heisserer we leave Cowan, Cunningham, and Meredith. To Mr. Jennings we leave a world atlas. To Mr. Kent we leave an Honors History class. To Mr. Lapworth and Mr. Ryan we leave a new check book. To Mr. McCabe we leave our problems. To Miss Nelson we leave a more co-operative homeroom. To Mr. Nevins we leave an Honors class that discusses Modern History. We leave Mr. O,Donnell in the band I'001Tl with a band. To Mrs. Pile we leave a treasure map locating all lost books. To Mr. Raymond we leave more snow for his ski trips. To Mrs. Boland we leave a ticket to U. Mass. To Miss Shultz we leave Donna Botbolis brother. To Mr. Snell we leave plenty of Ben-Cay with which he may rub away senioritis. To Mr. Tardiff we leave two tickets to see the Masked Marvel and Haystack Calhoun. To Mr. Tatro we leave the Beatles. To Miss Wiley we leave a million dollars - or two or three - to help put an end to her yearbook financial worries. We leave Milton High with enlightened minds, high ideals, and sad hearts. If' Signed in the greater part of room 910 on this 1, thilteenth day of June in the year of Our Lold one thou ff f f . . - ' ,Z ,511 ' , ' ' ' sand nine hundred and sixty-five by those who for obvi- Q27 - I' ous reasons prefer to remain anonymous. f . Y Z L - , Y , , , f 41 Budd, Cyrano de Bergerac, Huckleberry Finn, Ringo ' Witnessed by David Copperfield Brutus Billy Starr, Banquo, Beowulf, James Bond OW' ,N- ,Hs WMV, gym Wi? ' QQ M TW TQEZ , V 1 K C -as 'Ri fi 35 -4 I v M M , ...www Mmwv -1 gi ff 51 sf 2 , 1.1 S, 4. 2 . ,wg wh, "Lf 2 1,1 27' " 5 ., My my xg ..-as X 0 f xx . 'Q X 5 at EI, w .X Lffjg " 'Q?,':v:i MMM W zffxif an., MEMORIES .... MEMORIES CHOOL began on September 10th with students and teachers madly rushing through the new wing trying to locate new class- rooms. Soon Mr. Kane had to initiate one-way traffic to relieve the traffic jams that held up students between classes. A good excuse for being late to class was, "I had to come all the way from T rig down in l24f, Remember Mr. Kane,s directions to juniors and Seniors for filing to the aauditoriumv? . . . lucky Sophomoresl We started the year off right with a collection of lost and found articles left over from june, to which we added a few gems of our own . . . Mr. Kane,s 14-Karat gold brass bracelet and a sleeveless vest. One could almost feel the enthusi- asm of our class . . . class election and posters literally hanging every- where . . . Tag Day, when the boys carried girls, books for a day, then got their chance to retaliate the following week . . . the Girls League Christmas Dance that drew nearly 200' couples . . . the asurprisev that awaited us after Christmas vacation - a Suggestion Box . . . our Senior Class Play "Tom jones" that drew a sell-out crowd and ran for two nights . . . I wonder why? . . . the bean raffle with a typewriter and a transistor radio as prizes. Significant events were . . . the Turkey Game - we won! . . . although Braintree left her 'gmarkv on M.H.S. . . . the data processing report cards . . . the Navy Band appeared once more to fill our halls with music . . . the assembly with the Atomic Energy Commission . . . one National Merit semi-finalist and eight letters of commendation . . . the delayed dismissal bell at February vacation. Strange things also happened this year . . . Mr. Mullin mentioned Ama- zons smoking in the girls, rooms and there were termites at work on the ceilings of the boys' rooms. Favorite questions were, "Have you started your term paper yet?" and 'els this an eight-period dayfw Fa- miliar sights were Seniors checking college acceptance lists . . . Seniors standing around waterless water fountains . . . Mr. F idler conducting "whistle-stopv tours along Senior corridors . . . Seniors ducking in doorways to avoid detection . . . All these things plus many others have given us a lot of fun and wonderful memories of three great years at M.H.S., and so we say, HO Milton High, to You Alway.v AND ESPECIALLY WE REMEMBER Dr Peclersen's prize-winning photos of the Ecstasy of Victory and the Agony of Defeat PONSORS 2 S P O N S O R S - Please Patronize Our Friends - "Save in a Savings Bank" SAVINGS BANK Richard H. 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Arcana Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Nathan Aronson Abraham Astrachan . Newton S. Baker . John L. Baleyko Charles A. Barnard Hyman Baron Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Battaglioli Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bavley Mr. and Mrs C. J. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Mark Benos Mr and Mrs. Harold Betts Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Blake Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Blank Mr. and Mrs Irving Bloom Mrs. June Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bunson Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. 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 Dr. and Mrs. and M1's. james R. Byron I. P. Campbell J. Paul Canty Capodieci L. E. Carlsen Charles Carlson Domenic Carota Leo I. Casey Benjamin Chait . Frank Clune Matthew T. Connolly Frank J. Corliss Antonio Correnti Bert Cowan Paul M. Cox - Please Patronize Our Friends - BOOSTERS - Please Patronize Our Friends - Mr. and Mrs. James S. Curran Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. DeAngelis Mr. and Mrs. William Delaney Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Dennis Miss Rose Depoyan Miss Josephine C. Desmond Mr. and Mrs Charles De St. Croix Mr and Mrs Raymond DeYoung Mr and Mrs. Joseph Dillon Mr. and Mrs James J. Doherty Mr and Mrs Leonard J. Doherty Mr. and Mrs. George P. Donaldson Mr. and Mrs Joseph Dotoli Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dugan Mr and Mrs. Leo F. Dunphy Miss Lottie A. Elzbut lVIr. and Mrs. Leo Euse Mr. and Mrs. Louis Falcone Mrs. Sarah Fine 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 S. J. Flaherty Matthew C. Flanagan . Joseph V. Forti Milton Gaber John E. Gallery . Joseph Ganek Benjamin L. Geller C. Thomas Ciarla Benjamin Giorgio Max Classman Jack Glazer Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Godfrey Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldie Louis Gordon Charles Goring Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Greene Mr. and Mrs Lewis Greenman Mrs. Margaret E. Fallon Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Fallon Miss Susan E. Farren Mr. and Mrs. Clifton L. Fasch Mr. and Mrs. William T. F idler Mrs. Martin Hale Mr. and Mrs. John Haran Mr. and Mrs. George J. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrington Mrs. John F. Heaney - Please Patronize Our Friends - BOOSTERS Please Patronize Our Friends - Mr. and Mrs. August L. Hesselschwerdt, Ir. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. La Croix Mr. and Mrs. F. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Lally Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Holmes Mr. and Mrs Manuel S. Lato Mr and Mrs. Leo J. Horigan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Law, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Horvit Mr. and Mrs Joseph H. Leahy Mr and Mrs. Cordon Hoxie Mr. and Mrs Leo Lemler Mr and Mrs. joseph E. Iovino Mr. and Mrs. William L. Lever Mr and Mrs john W. Jacobsen Dr. and Mrs. Albert Levine Miss Elizabeth M. Johnston Mr. and Mrs Abraham Lief Mr. and Mrs. Max Kaiserman Mr. and Mrs Charles J. Lievi Mr. and Mrs. E. Francis Kane Mr. and Mrs Henry F. Lind Mr. ancl Mrs. Harry Kane Mr. and Mrs F. D. Lionetti Mr. and Mrs. Albert Karoul Mr. and Mrs Leslie A. Litant Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaufman Mr. and Mrs Sidney Litner Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kelley Mr. and Mrs Ray S. Lowney Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. Keith Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Lyman Mr and Mrs. Joseph B. Kerrissey Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1. King Miss Katherine MacWilliam Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam F. Klehm Mr. and Mrs. W. R. MacWilliam Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manganelli Mr. and Mrs. Sumner C. Koppel Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Marsolini Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Koss Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lackey Mr. and Mrs. Bemard McCabe - Please Patronize Our Friends - BOOST ERS - Please Patronize Our Friends - Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. McCabe Mr. and Mrs John A. Petersen Mr. and Mrs. James M. McCusker Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Peverly Mrs. Patricia McDermott Mr. and Mrs Louis Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. McCagh Mr. and Mrs Francis Poleski Mr. and Mrs. William S. Meredith Mr. and Mrs John I. Quinn Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Merlin Mr. and Mrs Fred P. Quatromoni Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Minsinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. A. Edward Morgan Mr. and Mrs William A. Reardon Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. Mulhern Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Revis Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mullin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ritchie Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Murdza Mrs. D. J. Roche Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Myers Mr. and Mrs. William I. Roman Miss Patricia E. Nelson Dr. and Mrs. S. Rosemark Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Newcomb Mr. and Mrs. Morton K. Rosenbloom Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Nickinson Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ross Mr and Mrs. Allan A. Nierman Mr. and Mrs Herbert H. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Norton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Ryan Mr and Mrs. John F. Oberg Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Salvoni Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oppenheim Mr. and Mrs A. Schneiderman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostrowsky Mr. and Mrs Ferris E. Shamon Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pasquantonio Mr. and Mrs Arnold Sharon Mr. and Mrs. Domenic J. Perri Miss Bennette A. Shultz Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Perriello, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Max Shumsker - Please Pafronize Our Friends - B O 0 S T E R S Mr and Mrs. Ralph Slavet Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Myer Silver Mr. and Mrs. George J. Tutunjian Mr and Mrs August Silverio Mr. and Mrs. William Van Putten Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Veneto Mr. and Mrs Lawrence D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walker Mr. and Mrs Robert F. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Matthew V. Walsh Mr and Mrs Gabriel Solomon Mr. and Mrs. James F. Ward Mr and Mrs Hugo Sorgi Mr. and Mrs. Osbome V. Webster Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Spinney Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Weinrebe Mr and Mrs Edward J. Stafford Mr. and Mrs. David Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Saul L. Stein Dr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Wekstein Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Stockman Mr. and Mrs. George Welensky Mr. and Mrs Ralph F. Stoddard Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N. West Mr. and Mrs Richard B. Stover Mr. and Mrs. John W. West Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Sunshine Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wilcox, Sr. Mr and Mrs Jerome J. Swartz Miss Ethel B. Wiley Mr and Mrs. William S. Tate , Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Williams Mrs. Mary J. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Treanor Frederick C. Trozzi Robert O. Tucker F. J. Turnbull Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Frederick A. Wyman . Samuel D. Zaslaw . Jacob Zieper - Please Patronize Our Friends - ewzidzfs l'Hllllllllllll'Hlll . .. 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. file HARVARD TUDlU 1947-1965 Official Plzofograplzer 669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. apecdalfq fam Zan . 0 The making of School Yearbooks takes far longer than you think. O The co-ordination of photography, art work, engraving, printing and binding was entrusted to our skilled craftsmen who have been making tine quality Yearbooks for more than a quarter of a century. 0 Together with the stat? who have served you so well, we, too, share in the satisfaction of completing this book . . . Especially For YOU Au' tj . glanc AWD, dmc. School ond College Publications 669 Boylston Street Boston, Moss Autographs 6 7. Stephen Smith 8 9. Beth Fallon 10. 14 'I7 And so we have wandered from Prologue to Epilogue - - - We hope that it is but the first of many such lI111JS you will take through the pages of this, the 1965 Milton High School Yearbook. . Harvey Weinrebe . Janet Rosenbloom . Paul McGuire 4. Susan Adams . Susan Silver . Lois Revis . Phyllis Burnham Donna Manganelli . Mary Delaney . Pamela DeYoung . Ruthann Stover . Sue Weinstein . Sheila Abramson . Michele Manning . 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