Milton High School - Echo Yearbook (Milton, MA)

 - Class of 1972

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V.-. . . . . . . 55 V, ..- .:'?i'gV.-'f--f ', 'AT--z '3.f-f-1.5"-V525-Q - "1 1 H " :f.,...f.:-31-.:fVcv P'-24--.-ij ,, --1-5.4: f.gf'V,.r2.-'Vi'-Q.. . ..,'f,.-RV. "f. - " Vg+a-.aL"'4- .. fl-V .Nm-Vg. .V...,'m 1 . V, V ,.f.- , ...V V, . ..,. -ev. ...Viv Vg.. Q. .. ,.,., ' - f V Hx H. VV- 33? - ', if L - I fV.V':T'e'I'Vi5L' -'VY'-A '-V211 VV -3-i-:WV ' AVEJf"'V,-f'1'1.X?"'-K -'rf " :iff V-f. :hs-'i:i1V. -Vu ,. fnV.,Vv.-.. fm-..!-..V.f. ..2-q.V.,.:..V.g1. V... .fV-W..-V 5?-f5f...V..fwsV.,f.NV V Vw-di,-f..f..-..vf.,, A. V....gAVfx2G ,Vp V , .-..1.. ,.-.?2Vv.5'-?...VV,:7V2zrV'S.V:.1..m mwifsik., .Hs-v ain. ...VMQQS-., , A.. 5.-.v. :m'sexV.+sV ..Vf.. .9.a IOSEPH LYNCH WE, THE MILTON HIC-H SCHOOL GRADU- ATINCI CLASS OF 1972, WISH TO DEDI- CATE THIS YEARBOOK IN MEMORY OF A FELLOW SENIOR, ATHLETE, AND FRIEND, IOSEPH LYNCH. I i , x H XXX l X XE f M ' 4 xX X gggw Xxlwwf f X X X ,im ' 1 x X X A K H mx A f VJ X XX Br sh s X MTX J ' Rf FX.:-gif Nha i iw v f x Sunny skies sleeps in the morning He doesn't know when to rise. He closes his weary eyes upon the day Look at him yawning, Throwing his morning hours away ,,. 3 M.H.S. Administration f MR. CONNOR MR. MULLIN Principal MR. MCCORMICK 1 Superintendent Assistant Principal MR. HASKELL MR. COOKE Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent 4 of Business Affairs School Committee Left to right: Frances Marden, Donald Burgess, Dr. joseph Donahue, Dr. Arthur Sullivan, john Crowley, David leffries. A , .i,1f vu, fs The committee at work Mr. Crowley and Dr. Sullivan discussing future plans. ' 1 1 1 7 2 w w S U N R I 5 E 2 i n 9 1 i - i -- - - 7.5- V ' I ,A-L-, I ,.... ' ' 1- ,Q - lv i f.w-..., My e ufxkm. A -,J , Q T-5' , - W. To The Graduating Class Of1972 is . a TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1972 - On behalf of the faculty that you have worked with during the past three years, I offer you sincere best wishes for continued success and future happiness. You, with their help, have achieved an enviable record of accom- plishments academically, socially, and in your contribution to our community. The habits of study and the self- discipline which you have developed during your high school career insure you not only of success in your cho- sen field, but also the personal satisfaction of being prepared for the challenges that lie ahead. For myself, it has been a pleasure to serve you as principal during your senior year. I will treasure the memories of our struggles and accomplishments, as we work to ever improve our high schooli I extend to each of you con- gratulations and hope that you will attain the goal which you have set for yourself. I wish you true success, not necessarily great wealth and fame, but the joy and happiness which comes from the knowledge that you have used the talents you possess to improve your life and the lives of all those who are associated with you. I also offer congratulations to your parents. Their sacrifices and hard work have made your achievements possi- ble. May they always be proud of you, knowing that their efforts have enabled you to live a happy and successful life. Roger T. Connor Principal 8 NIV xQQ , .f"'2f"' X ffTxX SENICRS 1 QV. if 4 5 3. -ug-W' US. 64 W 7? .4 H thi is 'pm as J W. I N . an , Ms 1, KAREN AHEARN A ia Q "',, .f an bk an-4 LILLIAN AMARU CAROL ANGELONI DAMIAN ANSELMO JANICE ARBER J,Jvk1E5J': E ,UC ,, ROBERT BARRY PATRICIA BAXTER IOHN ARTHUR IAMES BAKER KATHLEEN BALFE STEVEN BARANOWSKI ELLEN BAYARD GEORGE BERGIN CAROL BIBINSKI DEBRA BLACKMAN MAUREEN BLAKE QR- fi. -if L2 GARY BORNSTEIN GARY BORTOLOTTI RICHARD BOYD PAUL BRENNAN Il'11L5? 2 ...fi SUSAN BRATLIE MANDY BRESLIN MICHAEL BRILLIANT ELIZABETH BRODERICK IOEL BRODY KAREN BRODY DOROTHY BROWN IAY BROWN CONSTANCE BRYAN PAUL BURKE KEVIN CALLEN DALE CARBERRY 3, 6' ARTHUR CARP KATHLEEN CARREGA 5 GERALD CAVANAUGH SUSAN CERCONE IANET CHECKASKY IAMES CHIAVAROLI ANN CHICK 15 ROBERT CIFRINO WILLIAM CLARK LAURIE COHEN PATRICK CONDON ,pf it STEPHEN CLARKE DAVID CONKLING 16 ROBERT CONNELLY Y., . ., IANE CLOUSE KENNETH COHEN . J.1.f,, 4 MARC COHEN MARY COOK KATHLEEN COUGHLIN IEAN CONNOLLY CHRISTINE COYNE ARLENE CRISPO THOMAS COUTTS THERESE CROWLEY HELEN CRUICKSHANKS ..-' L I ROBERT CUMMINGS SUSAN CUSHING BENIAMIN CURTIS WENDY DAVIS JAY CURRY MERRILL DAVIDSON WESLEY DAVISON DENISE DECELLE GERALD DENSMORE IEAN DEVANEY BRIAN DESMOND J' pi x ff W l 45323 51 La.. MQ 27.44 fw"53?'AR A arf? ' A 5:52 ,I 1. 1 LF fhr A' Zim wr BRIAN DEVIN A 'uv' v LINDA DOHERTY pm 79' if Q - -'fx 12' BARBARA DONAHUE CHARLOTTE DONAHUE CLAIRE DONOGHUE AI 1 Q ,,.f CATHERINE DONOVAN GERARD DONOVAN IAMES DONOVAN ELIZABETH DOWLING 19 REGIS DOWNES RICHARD DOYLE PAULA DRAIN ROBERT DRISCOLL FZ, ' I I 'gsfi ' ' X fi ' LAVINA DUFFY ARLENE DUGAN NANCY DUGGAN ANNE DUNNE MICHAEL ELLIOTT BARBARA ERLANDSON 20 CINDY ERNEST IOSEPH FAHEY 'QV MARGARET FALLON MAUREEN FALLON IO ANN FARROW 21 MARY FALLON ,,...,0 SUSAN FERRARI JOHN FIDLER EDWARD FIDROCKI MICHAEL FINE ls. NEAL FINEMAN PATRICK FINN 22 STEVEN FINN IODY FISHER LL S I KATHLEEN FLAHERTY BRUCE FLOMAN N21-' I L LINDA FOGG TIMOTHY FORDE JAMES FOSTER SHARON FOX LESLIE FRANK IAMES GALLIGAN PATRICK CALVIN 23 , Www. ' ' M. STEPHEN GARDNER MARY GARRITY CHRISTOPHER GEDEN ZACHARY GERUT MARY ANN GIAMMARCO 1 CATHERINE GARVIN IOSEPH GIBBONS I f fini, Wifi, ,., ROBIN GINSBURG LAURA GILBERT J L. H 'S +11 I 24 ANNE MARIE GLYNN IAMES GOLDIE V' , i -X ' 'E 2' . , -, 'Zhi A ' . - f yzvif flwffw . -Q has ' R 1 Iii' "iffy efiiks'-1'5Is5j,,W.' . ' '-fJ.5A.Edx-'-"i+5?'f5 . ' , ,'f3,f5,':, 1.3-,:, Q.-,a N BARBARA GOLDSTEIN PHYLLIS GOOBER 15"- 'fb- CAROL GOOD CYNTHIA GOLDSMITH 25 MICHAEL GREGOIRE REBECCA GOODMAN --...5 H-J PAUL GOODWIN BRUCE GORDON KAREN GORDON KAREN GORDON PATRICK GRANT MARTIN GREALISH BRIAN GRIFFITHS 26 A ' ' ,N y X ., ,,, WD A STEPHEN GRUNIN THOMAS GUNNING ff 1 ,E DENISE HADDAD LOIS HALZEL MAURA HAMILTON ,an if STEPHEN HAMILTON EUGENE HANDEL 27 X - CHRISTINE HANLEY xi f .15 ff' .- TIMOTHY HANLON MARGARET HANSBURY THERESA HARDESTY DAVID HARNEY IEANNE HARRINC-TON IOHN HARRINGTON JOAN HARTIGAN 28 WEN DY HAWKINS IANICE HAYDEN LYNDA HAYES STEPHEN HEFLER IOSEPH HENNESSEY LINDA HICKEY KAREN HENTOFF PAUL HIGGINS g 2 g 29 X 4 ,Z Lf ROBERTA HILL ROBERT HIXON MARIANNE HOLLAND MARYELLEN HOLT KAREN HOLZMAN A '53 D A ,f IANE HORAN SUSAN HORLINK MARCIA HOWES CYNTHIA HOY THOMAS HUFFAM IOHN HUMPHREYS PHILIP HUNT KENDALL INNES . . 1153 Alu! 1 NANCY JOHNSON MARTIN IOYCE IINA KALLIAVAS DEBORAH KARON PAMELA KASPAR SUSAN KATZ 31 WAYNE KAUFMAN WAYNE KAURANEN ROBERT KELLEY MARYELLEN KELM PETER KEENAN KATHLEEN KELLY NOREEN KELLY X L, V f 'K , IAMES KENNEDY IOHN KENNEY 32 .......q ROBERT KLEHM RHONDA KOHNER T 'im 1 ROBERT KRIM CARLA KRUEGER TIMOTHY KUNZ N MICHAEL KUPPENS PAUL LAMONTAGNE 33 1:4 IOYCE LANDAU DONALD LANTZ DAVID LARSEN EDWARD LEAHY A N IOHN LENANE MARGARET LEONARD VICTOR LEVINE JOEL LEVITTS 34 LARRY LIBERFARB , In-"E LEWIS LIGHTMAN COLLEEN LINEHAN RICHARD LIPSON MICHAEL LITNER BARBARA LITTLE EDWARD LIVINGSTONE ROBERT LLOYD 35 Cv 14 ROBERT LOBBAN KENNHH LONDON BRIAN LOSORDO IOSEPH LYNCH '15 VIRGINIA MACDONALD MARY MACINNIS PAUL MACMILLAN FRANCES MACNEIL 36 O l ff 'R J ffiwwn KAREN MAHONEY STEPHEN MALONE 19 PETER MANAK IAMES MANZER DIANE MARTIN ARLENE MARCUS PAUL MASON ROBERT MATTIOLI ROBERT MCALJLIFFE 37 CYNTHIA MCBURNIE PATRICK MCCARTHY KATY MCCARTIN TERESA MCCARTY ,I Z1 I 1 FW' I , I , fr, I 'vw M W 1: IIA! 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IOHN MCCLELLAN WILLIAM MCCUE I SUSAN MCDONOUGH DANIEL MCGRATH 38 IUDITH MCGRATH CORA MCHUGH TARA MCINERNEY MAUREEN MCSHARRY WILLIAM MEE IOHN MEEK MARIORIE MERLIN IACQUELINE MIGELL 39 ,S STANLEY MILLER MICHAEL MILLS 15 V03 eff Y IOSEPH MIROTTA ROBERT MOHN PATRICIA MONAHAN MICHAEL MORAN Qs-, A EDWARD MORGAN l'JDlTH MORRIS MARIORIE NEWCOMB K BRUCE NOVICK , fl 5 Q 2- , ' i W ff.b1,f,.fs z Q, -fig - 2 2 hx .Q 1, X Q fir' f ' DIANE OGDEN DEBRA OLEMAN nga-rx DAVID OGAR MARY O'LEARY CATHERINE O'MALLEY KATHERINE O'MALLEY , Aw T IEAN O'MEARA KENNETH O'NElLL SEAN O'SHEA IAMES PARKER BREN DA PEARLMUTTER W , WESTON PAGLIA ROBERT PA EDWARD PARR 43 NORA IOHN PANZICA M VINCENT PELLERITI RACHEL PELTZ DIANE PERLMAN 1- inf GAY PIERCE ERIC PILSMAKER RUTH PINKUS I RICHARD PLUNKETT BARBARA POLESKI BRIAN PRETTI CATHERINE QUIGLEY MARY RANKIN ALAN RASKIND uun.n.nl N U! SHELLY REVIS KATHLEEN REICHERT PATRICIA REILLY STEPHEN RICHMAN DIANE RIOUX BARBARA ROBERTSON 45 4 - K' IOANNE RUDINSKY HOWARD RUDNICK IANICE RUSSELL ANN RUSSO THOMAS RYAN WAYNE SACCHETTI VALERIE SALVONI CHRISTOPHER SANDS 46 ALEXIS SCARR MICHAEL ROGERS DEBRA ROSEN GORDON SCHNAPER ELLIOT SCHWARTZ K.AREN SEARS JOAN SEIDMAN MICHAEL SEIGAL PATRICIA SELLARS ALBERT SEXTON SCOTT SHABEL IOYCE SHARAF VICTORIA SHEA NANCY SHEEHAN STEVEN SHOLK PETER SHORT MICHAEL SHUSTER ELEANOR SHWARTZ ANN SILVERMAN PETER SIMONELLI 'vnu' Sun-..g Mit, NANCY SHIBLEY ROBERT SHUTE CYNTHIA SLOAT IUDITH SORGI ROBERT SMITH LAURENCE SPUNT M , I . ,,,,, J, ,J HH M "': M 1 I 'SWWM gg x . -qgfxm-up-M.. , , .. , 49 ali- 1 1-umm! Q 5 f . 'wma - 11 T534 A gig' f 4 I 4' IOANNE STERN LISA STARR DANIEL SULLIVAN IEAN SULLIVAN W IOHN SULLIVAN BA RBA RA SWETI' ARLENE TAROS MARK TATELMAN MARY SULLIVAN NANCY SULLIVAN MARY SYLVA BARRY TARTARKIN Vl"'v BRIAN TATRO DONIS TATRO 50 ANNE TAYLOR -If ff I I if A L f -,'I . I II 2" T' 'iz I LL......:. I' ' , -3- M 'T ,Fj1u 3 Li 'gx A L - Pr' I - . '-A ,X bud' DEBRA TAYLOR ELAINE TAYLOR DONNA THOMPSON LINDA THOMPSON CAROL THORP CLAIRE TIMMONS JOHN TOBIN PATRICIA TRINCIALI 51 FRANCIS WALLACE GORDON WALLACE DOLORES WARE IEFFREY WAYNE 52 NANCY VAN PUTTEN ARLENE VERNON 1' RICHARD WALLACE DONNA WEINER I f.', Q lr-5 3' 'VU' AVIVA WEISTROP RICHARD WESSEL ALAN WIEDEMAN PAMELA WIEDEMANN ELLEN WINN IOHN WINN MICHAEL WLUKA MICHAEL YOUNG SUE ANN ZANE DEBORAH ZOLA ,I fx -.vel - Jyfw-wwf Marv' .fm ima .X ' Q 1 A J 's W K X , , , 9 1 1 g , , , A , 7,5 . : Y 1 ,htm Q'-K-1 v- L ,ww L 1- N' ,JN .v 21 f.1w,1f-:.1.:w-2 pf...1-..vs--JP, La?2ME.frf"1m5, 1 5Y"4' 'ME 'fSwxx5'FW -A W X 1 .- ,: ,:.,. -:L..g:2g.: 12x15 :,.-5-3.17121-:mr vig-Q qwiv ' , - ' '--f'-' -'f w:w,w: --t',,,f1u:x,w rm '55, ww :,. fy f A 7 5, Qu, , ,vsggifiir K 1 A C T I V I T I I E S Once again, a true unity. ,Z President, Monica Gallagherp V.P, Aram Donabedp Sec., Claire O'- Malleyg Treas., Timmy Manning. The elected officers of the junior class assumed all responsibilities and accepted all suggestions through- out the school year. They fought bitterly and cheered heartily at their traditional Powder Puff Game. Of course, they provided refreshments for all. Their dance of December 10 was a great success and the concert in the Spring was even greater. Their willingness to work contributed to a good year. Secretary Claire O'Malley junior Class Officers Monica and Aram planning the dance Senior Class Gfficers Secretary Ruth Plnkus and Treasurer Steve Baranowski worklng dilllgently. What shall we do now? Senior Officers: Ruth, Gary, Joe, and Steve. President Gary Bornstein, aided by the other class officers, joe Gibbons, Ruth Pink- us, and Steve Baranowski, immediately set to work planning for a Senior Lounge, to bring an atmosphere of informality and comfort to the class. They also planned the Powder Puff football game, dance, and a prom at the Blue Hills Country Club. The prices of the prom tickets were greatly decreased due to the large treasury. They ended their year early on May 15 with a BIG BANG! Gary Bornstein and loe Gibbons at work. This is a big decision! Future Homemakers of America, the school's largest and most active club, holds an initiation ceremony each year in October for new members. Among their other activities throughout the year are the Student-Faculty Basketball Game, Father-Daughter Dinner, and their annual Fashion Show. F.H. . Installation T vp'-sink Selected members of F.H.A. l 58 Careful Tricia, or you'll burn your finger! Art Club The ultimate in creativity is the goal of the Art Club. Under the direction of Miss Hanifey, the recently defunct club was once again resumed. The enthusi- asm and talent of such members as loanne Stern, Moey Lane, Martin C-realish, and many others are the factors that help to continually conceive the artwork ofthese people. 59 Wizard of Oz This year's production of the Wizard of Oz, directed by Mrs. Tuttle was a tremendous success. Denise DeCelle did an exceptionally fine job as Dorothy, supported by Doch Wallace, Susan Cushing and Tricia Canavan. The make-up crew, lights, staging, and cleanup were just as important backstage to the play's success as were the actors and actresses. Congratulations on a job well done. The wicked witch strikes again. .K ,S The caged-up cast. nv-may -wu- 6 1. L x 2 . 5 1 i 2, Wigan, ' 1 X' fy L 15 - 5 A N 5 1 k,,' I L. ,, 1 5 , i .M . Kr, ,xx .W V51 f- , 5 gnu ,X 1, 2 'E Th in s 1 K? A A Q23 I F x 11 A f..,.,,L :Er . V 1 :ikx4 f A'L E 9 V .Q will ! M fi ,lj Q 5' . ,,,,, M, A. , s 3 - V K ,,,4L , ,wg . , 1 S , g . , A E 5 2 2 5 N. 1 ,Ml 2-X Q ' KMMQSK f,f, ,Xb -. -Hqgw hgh? 7 , K, , Jil: 2 " -. Q 5 1' 5- " X V- V V , . 1 3,2 '55 ,X - 5 'X ,gl ,k,, J 3 V Y Mk, axis: , ,Q , MM , Q, WE wa Several patients entertaining themselves. Volunteens The group of youths called "Volun- teens" is several very dedicated and un- derstanding students. Under the supervi- sion of Miss Foster, these volunteers have brought happiness into the lives of many people. Their deeds consist of preparing a buffet luncheon followed by entertain- ment by Lisa Starr, Kate Breslin and Nancy Phelps, for patients of a local hospital for the Mentally Retarded, and entertaining patients of Perkins Institute for the Blind. What the world needs are more people who are willing to dedicate their time like the Volunteens. Thank you! Qi' 1 They did some " Pretty o.k." singing l l Entertainment by Kate and Nancy A buffet luncheon. A very talented lady. T Science Club This year's Science Club was organized and kept busy by President john Panzi- ca. john is a very dedicated student and is interested in the medicalproffession. The other executive members were jeff Berkowitz, Vice-President, Laura Silver, Secretary, and Carl Garvin, Treasurer. The club holds numerous lectures, one of which was given by Secretary Laura Silver on wild foods. A special guest speaker was Sylvester I. Flaherty from the Milton Department of Sanitations, who spoke on ecology, reclamation, and conservation. The club is a group of eight members with the common desire to fulfill their quest for scientific knowledge. 64 b I Excitementemay Math C!ueb,fbut1whoever eee Said Math was exciting? Cf? President, Attehuff President, M a r C Sar1dSe: e abd Treash feb Schnaper. The different typese of maiheemeticg not found in the SCl'l0ol 1l'iiih? eh' i e,'e ' f e ii 1 iiff Ski Club Skiing down Killington or a trip to Mt. Snow are amongst the highlights of the Ski Club's program. The feeling of gliding down the flowing white slopes seems to bring unending pleasure to the members of this active club. Headed by presi- dents Neal Fineman and William Clark, V.P. Ste- phen Gardner, Sec. lane Clouse and Treasurer Lisa Broderick, this group was a tremendous success. O Milton's Chess Club fanatics, Ar- thur Carp, Steve Hefler, Alex Scarr, and Edmund Sibis, possess a remark- able talent in the art of chess. This game requires a tremendous amount of concentration and skill, both of which were executed throughoutthe year. Chess Club , rg XX 4 1-vx C, 1 wl .4 fa Skill and concentration Let your fingers do the walkin' . .. The French Club is one of the largest clubs of Milton High School. This year there are thirty-five members under the leadership of President, Eliz- abeth Pillag Vice-President, Carole Cifrinop and Treasurer Charlotte Don- ahue. Their schedule of events includes a car-wash, a paperback book store in Milton High School, and a visit to the French Museum. So as they say in French - Vive la M.H.S. French Club 68 spanish Club Launching the carpwash as fifgtfbig fnoney raising project proved to be a sixty don! lar success. Under the leadefshipg David Ferris, Vice-President Susan Cush ing, and Treasurer ReganeCcarym?f?2'ficS6e n1ued to be a fine year for Spanish lovers- f c up X 0 n n ,ji u 'H . Q559.. Debating Club The Debating Club is the only club in MHS that actually works at their spe- cialty. Their main object is to prove a fact one way or another by presenting information in brief. Their material is collected, coagulated, and finally the data is given orally by the members of the team against another school. Mr. Smonian is the advisor, jeff Wayne is president, and Lewis Lightman and Larry Spunt are the other officers. -v 70 Mass. State Track Finalists This year, Milton High was fortunate enough to have several extremely fast runners on its track team. They were so fast, in fact, that they were eligible for, and won, the Class C division in the Mass. State runs. Brian Devin, who set a new record at MHS for the fastest runner, placed third in the 2-mile run. Leo Vercollone came in first, and Mike Downes third in the 1000-yd. dash. Matty McLellan placed second in the 300 yd., Roger Connor fourth in the 600-yd., lack Donahue placed fifth in the 50-yd. and Pat Grant placed fifth in the high jump. Roger Connor, Jonathon Losordo, Leo Vercollone, and Matty McLellan ran the relay faster than any other division and won the State Championship. Veteran's Day Dance Music by "Work." Our first dance was truly a tremendous success. Sponsored by the Senior Class it was supported by all. WORK, a new group, provided the music and were thoroughly enjoyed. This dance definitely added to the enjoyment of the long weekend. Some danced ... and some just listened. This year, Girl's League was quite a successful affair. The cou- ples, entertained by Big D 84 the Marcelles, danced the evening away. Produced by the Student Council, the dance consisted of fun and frolic for all, including Miss Foster, the advisor, and other chaperones. Everyone's appetite was satiated by buffet sandwiches and punch made by members of the council. C-irl's League Everyone danced ... and danced. Big D and the Marcelles H S,Cll0Ol,BUS Q What's red, white and yellow? The screaming yellow band bus! M . H . S. Ba n d Hup, two, three, four . .. Kill it, quick! M.H.S.'s band brought spirit and music to all wherever they went. They performed throughout the year with outstanding success. ln return for their spirit, time, and effort, they went to Washington, D.C. to compete in the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which ended their great year. is mv. f ,- .,, va W' A ff, v. ,fw . if ,nv ,av 1' ' if AQ fbwwso-M 'VW M' 3 I Ky I wb 'VN ,M Q Q 4 ' 1 4? .fr Q35 Q I J' , 3- lngymww-:ia if wif 'Qi , , K . , V N Vf-Q r .. -W' X-.WH P 4 , ,-MQ: f w - .fx , .1 5.1, 'x i !,' ' A11A3'3Li J xg 'ff'--rv, - , an g .xr i K' M I href.:-4,3 :mag Ll"- , N : R xx . '--2 , , . -1, ' -f , W. N W A ., ,, . I H' .Y 'gg xs 1 ,. MVK X . a xs-X K xfix ' GX? . N ,L 1- 'W-vs, ,M V f A .k-.. 4 R. "4 li S sa' G m Show Vaultin included almost everyone. Once again, the MHS Gym Show was a great success. Under the direction of Mr. Fontecchio and Miss Duggan, the participants of the show practiced day after day in order to gain perfection. A variety of events were displayed, in- cluding Katy and Hank McCartin and Arthur Vercollone performing of the trampoline. Boys' and girls' floor acts were demonstrated with outstanding performances by Rick Nugent and Patty Gregoire. The balance beam, with special- ists Nancy johnson, Kathy Reichert and Marcia Howes, the uneven parallels with Sue Bratlie, the rings with Chris Sands, and vaulting, including almost everyone, were once again stimulating to the audience. The exciting show closed with the annual Tableaux, a unique tribute to various strifes of the world with the gym team as models. All in all, the show illustrated extreme grace and skill, and, of course, physical ability. A beautiful performance! 76 ,WW I if X? 5. 2 ., 1,,v1"" ni- W ,,,.... A, ,f .f.f r ,W gy my, 1, pace, W 1 'f gff ., ' "r:?f44s-4-4557 A motorcycle chase. Floor acts - Patty Gregoire. gg f K f' Chris-enormous physical ability. Grace and beauty on the beam. The horse. The clowns provided entertainment Double acts under the parachute displayed creativity. Katy and Arthur - doubles on the tramp. elif' ei.,-new .. t , The high bar - a wondrous event, Kathy - perfect balance. aaaa a Adifficultjump! The tableaux Warming the hearts on a very cold night. Christmas Caroling Kid fix Santa and a very happy family. 80 On the night before Christmas, an enthu- siastic group set out to sing Christmas cheer to Milton citizens. Inspired by the traditions and brotherly love of the winter season, these people made it a point to show the shut-ins and emotionally disturbed of Mil- ton that they had not been forgotten. National Merit Scholars This year Milton High School is proud to have five fine students Arthur Carp, Gordon Schnaper, Beth O'leary, Stephen Hefler, and lohn Fidler represent the National Merit Society. lt is the first year that Milton High has had so many semi-finalists. What is be- comming of Milton High School ...? National Honor Society ""f"" ' Milton High School has taken careful consideration in choosing the members of the National Honor Society. They were chosen according to scholastic ability, leader- ship, service, and character. This group of students displays Milton High School's quality. 81 Student Council The Student Council is a small group of students represent- ing the entire student body of the school. They worked hard planning for the Evaluation Committee and had a successful Girls' League Dance. They had numerous and thoughtful hours planning the betterment of our school. Homeroom Representives Under the direction of Miss Foster, a delegation of students, each rep- resenting their homeroom, worked diligently to provide a link between the Student Council and the student body. The group discussed plans for the open campus, free study halls, and social counseling. Mr. Mullians Assistants This group of dedicated girls assist Mr. Mullin to their greatest extent in his daily work. Library Assisstants Helping Mrs. Pile and Mrs. Green are a group of cheerful library assist- ants. Their job involves stamping out books, shelving chronicals of the past, present, future, and telling other students to "please be quiet!" Data Processing W I -.l Karen Ahearn A pretty smile for Mrs. Fidler. Let's see what pops out! 84 The monster machine in 006 is controlled by a group of data pro- cessing assistants and, of course, its masters, Mr. Creighton and Mrs. Fi- dler. In a syndrom of keypunching, tabulations, circuiting, and punch cards flying around, the little groupl keeps things in order. y l l l l Oh, No! I lost count. l 'Q--f av"M' , ' ,f - f V ' ' I k' H I M Q 4 ,f1:x.,,,,i,QKgzy J v janitorial Assistants A special work- study program was initiated four years ago and is still run- ning strong. Under the directorship of Mr. Fiore, qualified business students "earn while they learn". Attending classes in the morn- ing, they put their knowledge to work in the afternoon at commerical jobs carefully provided through the guid- ance office. Well, guys, where's the dirt? Wo r k Stu d y The new M.H.S. policy, "Keep the school clean," was followed through by our super-clean janitorial assist- ants. Thanks to them the school remained litter free throughout the year. l '--'W' - .. -QF H. V ,ww Lisa Starr D editor-in-chief Yearbook Lit 1971-72 was a time of change for the MHS yearbook. Many new concepts were evolved by Editor-in-Chief Lisa Starr. The change of the name, and the removal of the seal are just a couple of steps from the traditional past into the ever-present age. But, there were also alterations that cannot be seen within the pages of the book. Mr. Sulli- van, a recent addition to the English dept. and this year's advisor, was borne into the yearbook world. Although the yearbook staff was not as large as in past years, there were still several people who devoted time to produce the book. All of the photography seen within these pages was done by Lisa and her assistant Karen Hen- toff. fKaren was also the business manager working in conjunction with Miss Wiley.l Ellen Winn, who always kept the staff cheerful, had the most valuable fingers be- cause of her time-consuming typing job. ff'-vm--gi KW? ffl., ,. K, ,W r 2' 4- I-um... ,,...-1--.a. , e f :A 'S Lf' ,fl .XDA 1 .ff fly, V? I x is f 2' QA f f Q., L ' , in t vl f J' ' .H ,fl i an X xl? ,eff J E1 Q, ' IB '38 , ssgxffff-?:ix'1" ' Q J s:.Ui?'fSff . - 1 gl 5 'T Rf ,Q . 96' - gif' 5 -,iv xi cw an '33 3 vnu , . 4 .,s , ii All Pfooffeadlng and Wflte'UP5 Were done bl' Lama- junior Mary Donlavey and Peter Clougherty helped to provide the pages with layouts and captions. Laura Gilbert provided us with many of the write-ups, and was also the proofreader. All of the art- work seen inthe book, including the design of the cover, was done by Debbie Blackman, this year's art editor. .. ,iii M. 'f'5uM::' -Sf: c "I-li -if 1':f:'-iiffriiii-Iii at sv ,.,5ml.pg: ,s ff A- 1 ll A lie f' M l . ,A-'R' Ellen's bubbling personality always kept the staff cheerful. 89 All in all, yearbook was a full time job. The people with specialties, such as Debbie, Lisa, or Karen, did their jobs well. They hope it will be appreciated. ,WZQE-Es'i:'5 ' i " ' A . .,,, Q. ,, E Versatility 1 It L-. Working together is what produced the yearbook. 90 Mary . , , at the highest point . .. Gia. iii x Every event was attended to obtain pictures. 4r , , U M K K I Y urq , Q 5 .1 '04 The choice of pictures was a tedious job. ...afulltimejobm with DQVBI' 3 ITlOITlEI'lt'S FCSI. Everyone had a certain job. J Mr. Sullivan, our advisor. gg,..5g5,5.,,,,,,5 ,gi -5 f lisa-af 11. 5,112w22..ei---,,,4 fx Wi., zu. ,Q 5531, W, X ,F 1- N ,f ' S df. 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W ,,,,, Au.-V x , , 31,5 f A .5 v,,f.,, ,,,,,, N, ',,,, Q..-2,.z.,,,,,,,,1z, -.3 ff.. .4 ----v -ea, -f, - ,,.1 mf - ,ff P?"" .-I ff, , ll ,wik 1 illI-' f Mpihs- Nancy Sheehan, Art Editor. The Unquity Echo staff. Advertlsement Increased the Echo sales. UN UITY ECHO Under the fantastic supervision of Mrs. Goldman, he Unquity Echo enjoyed a successful year. While taff members worked hard P.T.A. night aqauinting arents with the Echo and winning their financial upport, magazine sales increased. However, all the taff's time was not spent in financial pursuits alone. or the first time in its history of publication, the cho broadened its primary qualifications to include ith the work of MHS students material submitted y the MHS faculty and alumni. From these contri- utions, the staff selected the best, typed all accept- nces, and coordinated art work with the poetry and rose. Kathy Coughlin, Editor-in-Chief, Nancy Shee- an, Art Editor, and Karen Hentoff, Business Editor, trvorked to direct the staff's efforts in producing two ine Echo issues. Thanks to all members and support- rs, 1971-72 succeeded in being a year of change and rogress. l l i 'z it 5 V , fsmfv V A ,, -A: 3, ' 4, ' r ' 1 ' f fr - X ' iff , .i1,',,Tt" V Ly QU . 1 , M 57 K, If ,, ...f The staff coordinates all contributions. gr' -. Q-- sP"" 'K .ft ii. .,,. im Xfx..,i ...ff fm'-X -5 --..LL K V . K5 Editor-in-Chief Kathy Coughlin and Advisor Mrs. Goldman check the artwork. 1'-A rx . The Half-Wits - getting their minds together. . fmt 'i vi , ..w,, , M it rx 2 K Q . i 1' Lf it 1 if X W f Sticky fingers. 96 Saws L Half-Wit Milton High SchooI's newspaper took on a different im- age this year. With its new name, The Half-Wit, the staff tried to encourage creativity and school participation. Since M.H.S. the only high school in New England which uses its own off-set printing facilities to produce a newspaper, the staff faced a two-fold job. Photography became a large part of The Half-Wit and illustrations became more common. Classified ads were accepted from the students. The staff in- cluded janice Hayden, Editor-in-chiefg Barry Tartarkin, Pro- duction Co-ordinator, Brian Devin, Sports editor, Bob Kent, future Editor, and Steve Hamilton, Review editor. Also to be congratulated for their work are the photographers, typists, reporters, and production staff. -8-O Photographers plus. Hamilton and Devin continuous comedy I . 5 is I il . , FS 1 Q .E xg nf - 1 1 ,fix .f f ,ff . , l X, vw ,,,. I K v '7 new . ,A 1 nl, 'ww ,lf S M, 'ff - ' '5 ' .. i' f zu , Q , ::, 14 .gig A . . C"'5'?a, Q i,wgf:, V 'f,' My A 5 wigs., -if . 'fig s Mtv Q5 wwgi wwiwk "" 7' iw-Nl' , Zn 1. 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Quart- erback, Dale Carberry led the offense with her receivers, Wendy Hawkins, Tara Mclnerny, and M.V.P., Ellen Winn. The Senior Defense did their utmost to re- strain janet Dalrymple, the juniors M.V.P., as she scored their two touchdowns, one being called back on a penalty. Their curshing defeat, 6-0, was enlightened as Pat Grant, Chris Sands, Pat Condon, john Panzica, and Bob Cifrino, the Senior cheer- leaders, livened up their team and cheered with their never-ending enthusiasm! Many thanks to all. z, , ,f ii 'E V K . ' Aww I ,JD Y 5 5,3-I N. " i .J-.g ji., A 'Wa , M. . aw, Ann-,.f, Q 4 M fs fi? if Q9 Kjfiwi' Ai is J-gwf .,. M It s mine. :A-., 7.- A ., K tg hw figg -' .. 4- 'g.,1,,.x.fw11fwQ A, g Yf Sv '-'fir fffxiw ,ff 54 ff KX XV 4i5:iffSw5f V ' - V 31 gf-1.1. fy yn M, A ,W S N 4 f K are 59 Y - fw- gi My ,,, -hw, V A .V wg? M ,,fL557gKf,fw . W up f ww, x ' A .Ag , 5 W ,Rf .M . F' 2 .1 Van. 1 , , . X Q J. V' is l V V, .. ,WS JH? 'S "N Y ,1 ' L , "" .. , . . ' ev f 31,1 M ,M . K y U V, I A , -ml, if 'W ,, V Q y K f Ai' ' KH 4.5-,V Mak ff' 'Q in U 'A QQ , Q' f A W 1g'i-f Qi mf :'l"ff., ' :HSS es-' - TL-li' ' " r wg . q 1 " 1 . i ' fy -Q, V 2 , --SWS KL i 'W M The winning down for Milton. FCOTBALL The MHS football team of 1971 was one of the best in the past few years. The team was led by its hard-working cap- tains Paul Brennan and lohn Lenane. The srong point of the club was its stingy defense. They allowed fewer points all season than any other Bay State team, except for Walpole. The defense was led by two hard-hitting linebackers, Brian Losordo and jackie Kenney. The middle guard, was Brian Pretti, whose agility and speed more than made up for his size. Robert Barry and Tim Ryan stopped the running game completely. Others making a strong contribution were Mike Kuppens, lack Donahue, Leo Vercollone, and versatile joe Fahey. The offense, though not as strong as the defense, was ex- citing. What they lacked in size they supplied with their speed and desire. Matty McClellan led the team with touch- downs l6l and had opponents chasing him all over the field. He was often double-teamed, but never completely stopped because of his blinding speed. The running game was led by the burly fullback, john Lenane. He was a hard-nosed type of runner who seldom was stopped without getting yardage. The blocking was led by all-scholastic center Dave Ogar, who had help from guard and tackles like Don Lantz, lack Kenny, and Mike Kuppens. Paul Brennan made a large contribution to offen- ses along with Pat Grant, Harold Kelley, and others. The suc- cessful season was indicative of the good coaching, never- ending inspiration and enthusiasm of Mr. Brennan and Mr. Lapworth. 106 ,, 1 a - - i is K 3 -. W ,- f 3.-u..4 .Mfr L Qy,:.,,4 ' V - .. My-- 05,1 ., A .L V ag V, Y., . M.. . .. -- , sys,-.iff ,fy-li .' .' i H- --'ftffW1?n?ff -A -'wa ' z' f ' W A t 'Q fy ' 6 '-il B "W 1, gf, .'. Make roomy here they come. i 7 2 l N L X A www , 1 . Q Ab . , 4 9,13 n W? X 4, A 1 , U ,. jk npfi T, fi: T nA ,,1T, .igf ,,f'f,n ff' - 1 n ' ,1 A - ,wh ,s.f+vwww7y'fA" A X ,f'.,:j'4f4.f'm',.I53:v V: 'fl W A ,Q I A e , V .450 k "..+1-W--,.1. 'lik 'V rn 1 A D ., A -A W , ' .wa-3-2 ' . paw Q K' . A L' . 1. Qgvjffimg , AVL- ' , jg' . Planning foraheavy play. -- - 'wk , ,, , .7 N V K. W ,li ,ewvf , --- 1' y L QW ,,"77f Q. -s gn L n gif 5' , , f- ,M wi. V ff" - MXN' f' , y K wwf an ' "' aw "'n A I .MW 1 P-if 5-diw ., T. Q ,,, wi' V +- tm ,JW A tremendous tackle. Till death do us part . ,, ,,,.M-.1 A close one lA tough play. l l Milton makes an interception Ball, ball, who's got the ball? 109 A.. ww N., - X -St., 'F 45333 :L if -.- ei,..,,g ,d,.., 'fit ' ' .K ,: V' ff! , S X -v. ll Hot dogs, anyone? ime Cindy: picturesque beauty. Right on! An easy down for Milton. I l Vocal verosity: the mighty megs. The crowd disperses cheerfully. A hopeless dream, but have you ever heard of miracles? Stand on your own two feet! A lot of pressure means a heavy load. A race against time. We was-" ff wwf - ooas, omg di 'a .ff A A' 1. ,. ,,- si aww- AV Hockey At the time of this writing, due to publisher's deadlines, the Hockey team is only halfway through a tough season, but still hoping to attain a better record in the Bay State League. There are many teams in this league that the Whiz Kids could beat with constant effort from seniors like Humphries, Huffam, and Hixon, or a trio like Galvin, Cifrino and Burke. There was great effort shown also from Findley, Gregoire, Coughlin, and Morgan. Defenseman, Manning, Sorgie, Donovan, Maiden, and Burke also tried to keep those pucks out of the net but this was the first Bay State League experience for sophomores like Burke and Maiden and the two goalies, Poleart and Galvin. The team won the Framingham South game and tied Framingham North but a much better team effort went into the game against Brain- tree. This was either teams game all the way to the final minutes when unfortunately, Braintree won. This game showed what the team could do and possible inspired some more wins for the second round. Team work. 19'-Q., W 7 J' 'ig ..- 'Z ws: ,,fN -W"llNW'J7' if . f '- -, 1 at 5 J v D H Constant effort. A clean goal. 4 x .1 . I " Humphries makes his move. -.sv-I Bobby fights till the end High hopes. 115 , XX U-1 Q T iyyy Nw, y Stomach disorder. Wrestling The star of this year's wrestling team was captain Brian Losordo. He was number one in the confer- ence last year and did not lose once this year either. joe Gibbons was also a captain of this fine team. The two coaches were Mr. Baldwin and Mr. Tartiff. The team is comprised of thirty members, many of which were sophomores. The team had twelve matches in the Southeastern Conference this year. Sit back and watchg you're next! Q-w"""""L' ul' X Unlimited Milton nails the preppie. Milton vs. Milton. -7 Ivdjlt lt takes two to tango. ,xiii Aw+f:qlg.gj1g Arm , sf 335, wx ig-wqMWL'Qaq -w ,gi 'gifs 5?iQfJs SLM Q The team awaits glory. No fairs, she's taller. s'+...,., , 1 K .,..r' ,,.uo""""" Carol moves quickly. The 1971-1972 Girls' Basketball team finished the season with more losses than they expected. It was unfortunate that the Varsity team lost most of its star players in last year's graduating class of '71, They hope for a better season next year. The ju- nior Varsity team improved greatly this season. Their cheer 'Double Digits' was quite appropriate since their game scores averaged higher over last year's. It showed their determination to gain a high score and win. Their determination did win them a few games and gave their opponent a good challenge and hard fight for the victory in other games. With more work, determination, and experience, both next year's teams should be very promising. The coaches, Mrs. Sneider and Miss Richardson look for more help from the sophomore and junior girls in the future. Co-captains Carol Bibinski and Valerie Salvoni strove to make this a winning year for MHS along with varsity members Sue Daly, Sue Rottenberg, Pat Reilly, Arlene Goldsmith, Anne Dunne, Lynn Irwin, Mary Roche, Cindy Hoy, and Cindy Clark. Valerie hold on to it. kv 3'.f l .ww - 'fi--,wus xxXX ' E ,-W' .sw W ., f Q , eff f,.v , ...A,,.....-fW""""" 'iw N W ...p-""""" ,...vwf-,..,,4..f-A ..,- ,J Girls' Basketball Women's Lib. Close your mouth before the ball lands there 5"e--- l,l, N If N., .- QV. E- LL ' sf ,..1""'Nr Q " Y WMM al Perfect set-up. , , ,w G? .W ., W ,,-bm. f fag,-..,:t, l 1, -, 75 . . ,,.. , ,Q MQW f , W 1 413, 'M , , as ,I S Y n is Q I if ll , , p, ip , M W Tl, . F . L' Q I I. 2 - wh -i , 5. Boy s ,Mg - ,, .H aig .xgy - .2,., fi-n, 'h T ym n as ics ffl' f 'jg Q, 1 f Last year at the letterman's banquet, Thomas Fontecchio, Milton's gym coach, opened his speech by saying, "Well, the gymnastic team g 1 95, had a winning season this year, we won a meet." For several years at , My I . . . r' h g -f kA S the team has had hard times, but since Mr. Fontecchio became ' 'Mfg' it Coach two years ago, the team has steadily improved. Rick Nugent lc 'f Jlsi - T- and Chris Sands, this year's co-captains, have been part of the grad- ' ual rebuilding. Senior, Tim Kunz came back after a year's absence if-a s adding experience to a team which is mainly comprised of juniors. at ,yr L T - 1 Paul Reichert, john Gormley, Paul Meyers, Brian Shaeffer, Bob Sav- S 3 age, and Brian Ditulio, all consistant scorers, are juniors who show S an ' ' promise for next year. The team's progress can be measured by the if w y S L, 2, w t fact that the first score of last season was 38 points compared to this 'S at season's opening mark of 67 points. Two reasons for this productive tcs, increase are Bill Ferarra and jim Rutecki, who should definitely leave their mark before leaving MHS. When these two are put with Sands 4 and Nugent, the team's nucleus is formed. Assistant Coach Ron Reid we took charge of Milton's first l.V. squad in gymnastics. This season s "Tl """"""""'l was encouraging because it had improvement and more recogni- Q -ff W tion, both needed in building a good team. I hope I don't lose my grip. vul Up and over. My 24 hour deodorant is wearing off. 122 my 2 ' g,2x,sliLJU sr"- Perfect posture. wwe 'UW Nugent at his best The line-up. 123 , 7.1. Miss Duggan and her girls. The girls'Gymnastics team was headed this year by Susan Bratlie and Kathy Reichert. The newest addi- tion to the girls' gym department, Miss Duggan, was the coach. Susan's specialties were the uneven par- allel bars and vaulting. Kathy performed on the une- vens, the beam, and did vaulting as well. The fifteen members of the team, including Patty Gregoire and Cheryl Greenberg on floor acts and Nancy johnson on the team, exhibited grace and beauty to all. Girls' Gymnastics Hmm I T I hope I don't get hijacked. il t, f"t-ssc Kathy The fIoor's crooked. in -q K .K V.,, ,V 5' Q 9 G LW f,,wvq.,W,,.,- . , Q . X fi , U 1 ,Q X Susan The blood is starting to rush. Wx ,,.., J f ,,,MemvvI"""" Wil 9' The straightness of an arrow. 2 -- Q Forked leg. A r ggi mm, ,L ,,r. . W' . - Umlia My Basketball This year our Basketball Team returning from last with only five letterman and one starter, are currently enjoying one of its finest seasons in recent years. With strong rebounding from Steve Baranowski and Bill Donovan, and the scoring supplied from Captain Gary Bornstein, jim Manza, and lim Cunningham, the team is currently in second place in the Bay State League. Strong support from the bench, which Milton teams have been lacking in the past, is coming from lay Sexton, Mark Ryan, and james Chiavaroli. The team is looking forward to making the state tournament this year and with a little luck, you'll be seeing the Whiz Kids in Boston Garden come March. .. ' . F, A 5, x. S N Gary in a tight position. 126 ar- Bi i' E K Q 5 I ,mf 1 -f. 5 . v ' , . 3 be Q I -me ,,,..:.w.A A su re score. w 2 Reach for the sky Surrounded but not fooled. 'nv 'fe Manzer on the move K I Q 1 ..n,, ix S I AX Warming up. fb -J 1' Q-mill' Qaed- . 55 ,gs QQ The Whiz Kid. 'X 128 Anticipation Wdaifiii xg: , ,,., ,. 'Y as ur ,...,.-. 6. nil' .-f gi' Where's the rest of the team? ,, ,K vw.-..,-5... 95 ,--.--apr' ,- wit xg , - V L L Spirit leads to victory. ,ff- 1 , 4 fa ,4 du., K 'Z Two more points for MHS. 129 , . -a i 1'- .vw Pearce puts one in. Student-Faculty Basketball Karen ,V , , Oops! Dropped It! T . T' r Griffiths, Gretsky, and, hey, who's that handsome devil? 1- , y i, , . ,N . , , , ,..,,, T- lf K, 1. sfilisiillffm - I - 3 , , :HL "x ga , Kellygon the offenses V,k' D s i The Student-Faculty Basketball Game sponsored by the F.H.A. was held during December this year. The women teach- ers were victorious again this year. Some of the players were Miss Pearce, Miss Richardson, Miss Duggan, Miss Ryan, Mrs. Snieder, and Miss Sullivan from Pierce lr. High. On the girls team Anne Dunn, Karen Hentoff, Susan Rottenberg and Char- lotte Donahue were just a few of the many girls who played. The boys defeated the male teachers in their game. Some of the teachers on the team were Mr. Maxwell, Mr. Reed, Mr. Gretsky, and Mr. Harding. Two of the players on the winning team were Bobby Kelly and Brian Griffiths. 131 G C A N D D 1 P K 1 I I 1,? i me .A ' ' -YH. ":'E:,f.2:5ElPf::i3f'?'" ,TWQUE f wig ,, I af fa ir, wrtj faw . 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J , -A - ,K KK LK -4- K? KK ,3.K,K . T .K L, Wigs? K' 'PP 1 . Q .r " 1' ' .mf z 1 ,I W FA . . K,- , K, ., +,v yn, . Ay -..,. 4' A " 'M 4 5 1 -J , 3- ' .ig A .- .1 ,fff..aLWv,, ,, 1- M ' f--Q,,,,,.,..,. 'mv 'F' W ww-4? fb , .- The look of love. This isn't the met! 140 P' .ul I Who, me? I 1 1 Qi 'h of 1 f J A successful evening. s Put your head on my shoulder ...aa i I I This Physiology stuff is scrambling my brain, Q. WJ' if Cheese. S...-. 142 Quinnie onthe brain. if- fi- W , , 4. 12 Qs ' , 1 '+"1 Plunkett tries to raise his LQ i Secret thoughts. 143 1 t bt r '- A e , :af , ,wif .ff 5 . K P W A in , f 1 Debbie and Arlene: Are you sure they don't have Ripple? 'E The Cardinals. Caught by the camera! twin l 4 x . ww 41-fc K Ain't I sweet? ,pwvsw "Hanger" anatomy 5' ri Two minutes to bell time. 145 Meditation break. 'IWUFQ' The Lone Cradler . "4 k, sgs..w A' 'Y I N.. F55 "well, we need three more ads, and . ,. " in 1 I A good elbow to lean on. The Wizard of ld. 147 Strumming the blues ws' Kami., A Iivel y group when the day is over. Catching a quick one. 1 o L gf" J . 8 A ,, ,, .,5 at , A iff Ha, ha, ha. Good joke! The Bailey's are back in town. fl 149 E if P So what if my Mother wears pink sneakers!!! i l Determination Wi KN N 'gh ,fi i M ., - .if r wr M, ,- nl . ' 5, .V ,W 'fl 'twill UIEZ , nu- Y J I l , gh wvyg? 3? 4 V ,iq W X fmlla-W 1 fi- "1 lifxiigl. ' 1 A M ov X f W is Q 0 MJ Unexpected shivers - a fire drill. . Q 2 , 'Www A Q 4 ,f 1 l But don't you think that the exponential value is more than ,. A 150 xx f .S 4 7' 1 I Q! .Ni h I xtqgl A -'iigiaf ' ,. 'wi ' L fa 3, ' 22 M , 1 . vu , as , eq., i 'EH Debbie lt lifts and separates - cross my heart! 151 Dynamite! 'i ,Q if 5 E ,K ,. ss. just take a band-aid for you headache and you'II be fine. 152 1 i x K the crew Au- Throw her a banana! 153 Well scratch my leg. ik BEST LOOKING MOST CULLIBLE Kenneth Cohen lanice Russell Ruth Pinkus O N' ZF we 'r ilu... Y Hi 1 i BEST joseph Fahey FRIENDLIEST Kenneth O'NeilI Katy McCartin 'riv- MOST ATHLETIC Paul Brennan Valerie Salvoni COUPLE Maureen Blake MOST ARTISTIC Debra Blackman am 'wr--f MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Peter Short Lisa Starr BEST PERSONALITY joseph Gibbons Ellen Winn J ry' xl 155 BEST DRESSED Robert Hixon Debra Taylor N . i i i I i F A ! C U L i T Y , V ' o . Y7 in IULIAN ALEXANDER POLLYANNA ANDEM ROBERT ARCHIBALD Art Department Head English Department Head Guidance Director RICHARD BAILEY Industrial Arts - Head IAMES BALDWIN Physical Education ROBERT BANTA Vocational Mathematics Electronics Woodworking ELLEN BERCIN French W ihffiizgl ,Q if 3 r-Z, ., , gr " 'A-' 1: eff ET ,. J- v 5 . "W ,. if ,. - ,. ,il ' Af -5. . , K 9? Rig ' ' ,, - V ?'? i ff, if A 'Q f - ' o,y1iZ1,,g,, K H A ' Z ffi- 1. . ' A f E Y ' fag? 5 A Qi ,," 71 if '- N i gl ,, In A. A A, b,,, ' S a-IAKXE' 'll X to 552.55 r THOMAS BRENNAN CARYN BRONSTEIN IUNE BUCHANAN Guidance Child Development Business and Developmental Math MARY CALLAHAN Mathematics SHIRLEY CAVE English GERALD CAMPBELL IR. Science Department - Head WALTER CHICK CARROLL COLBY Ch9mi5U'Yf PhY5'C5 Psychology, Science PHILLIP COPP Psychology, Sociology ,w"""'-Www, HENRY COMIER Biology, Health 1 MORGAN COSTELLO Economics, Business Law ANGELA COVEY Spanish FREDRIC CRADLER WILLIAM CREIGHTON English 161 Data Processing IOSEPH D'ALEl.lO Spanish ROBERT DEAKIN Educable Special Class MURIEL DENNIS Guidance Office R955 DEPOYAN IOSEPHINE DESMOND Mathematics Department - Head Business z-fa1igfqwa,2wgem HAZEL DOUGLAS KAREN DUGGAN Mathematics Physical Education LOTTIE ELZBUT Business Department- Head DANIEL EVANS 163 KAREN FALB Band Biology PATRICIA FERREN LENORE FIDLER Typing Data Processing o s e E xx N. v fs:- GINO FIORE THELMA BELLE FOSTER Driver Education, Work Study Social Studies - Head 125:41 ' V' MIRIAM GOLDMAN English 164 RAYMOND GADAIRE History Q2 PATRICIA HANIFEY Art DORIS GREEN PAUL GRETSKY Library Spanish MARY HABOSIAN LEONARD HAMILTON German, French, English Chemistry DAVID HARDING GERTRUDE HOWE Mathematics Nurse 165 KATHARINE IRWIN French L QP ROBERT JENNINGS History Q .41 2 ELIZABETH IOHNSTON FRANK KELLEY ROBERT KENT Typing, Stenography, Accounting Data Processing History F' IOHN LAITINEN WARREN LAPWORTH ARLENE LAVIN History Physical Education Spanish ELLIOT LEVINE WILLIAM MACDONALD ETHEL MACDONALD Audio-visual Graphic Arts Office f X -:w-1 ---- ww 'V fl-"f - ' 1 , V V,,,1 . A1.r,,vzf ...- f,Qf,,. ,,,, , ..:. V . . ,K , A , ,. ,, ,. MICHAEL MAXWELL Spanish EVELYN MCCUSKER Office SUSANNE MINEHAN English 168 PETER MCCLELLAND Mathematics LEON MERIAN Foreign Language - Head if FRANCIS MOORE ALICE MURRAY PATRICIA NELSON Guidance Office English English RANDI NELSON English CAROL NEWSOM ARVID OHLEN Mathematics Mathematics PAMELA PEARCE Science ESTHER PILE Library GEORGE RAMACORTI RONALD REED DAVID RICHARDS Guidance English Metal and Power Mechanics NANCY RICHARDSON SYLVIA ROBBINS ELIZABETH ROLAND Sewing Science Foods MARY RYAN Science RICHARD RYAN Director of Health and Physical Education 171 15314 RICHARD SCOPA HELEN SEARS Remedial and Developmental Reading Guidance HARRY SEMONIAN History BENNETTE SHULTZ French, Latin PAUL SHUTE Mechanical Drawing 172 WY ,X in , X MICHAEL SICILIANO SHARRY SIMERL French History THOMAS SMIGLIANI History 173 IUSTIN SULLIVAN English LINDA SNEIDER Physical Education VI. M xff .aff , QE, x X 73,3 NORMAN TARDIFF Mathematics FRANCIS TATRO Music Department - Head ,st , get ' s' MARYLOU TROIANO Speech, Drama JANET TROWBRIDGE English IUNE TUTTLE English 1711 IANE WAGONER Audio-visual HELEN WALKER English :- RICHARD WHITE English 175 MARIA WARD Mathematics ETHEL WILEY Science s H I G H N G O N x 1 ish hw , . 74 .fl xx . .5 -' 5. x. 5 Vs. ,fi .W +. ,s .N rf, . at -,,, V. K '.4,'1 frf 4546 FW, "2-.1 .5 .,,f -214' 2 -fl-fx fm" - -we A me Jag, 'fi ,:',i'f,2 rf xzf "'-' ' I 1 I6Lxi.,kA!:. . ,WST .-'.,Yg,'1!- 1, V' 1,.3n ,qw 9'-'ff' iv- nf ,-. LL E i:,.cf'ys, - ,- Y . v. , ,wig-fhf' . VJ' "Wx ,JP 1 ,pdf ' I1f"'K - X 3A.....f 5. gif" . Q. , ,, ff L , 'x - .fy 21.84 .fx ww " ,x . K wa N, A xr. ' R - Y ' f Q'4+wf ffl S"N,'EX f 2 -QL! ' ez- 7 , Qs ,if W ,P 1 .lk Ever again the morning creeps across your shoulder, Through the frosted window pane the sun grows bolder. Through the waving curtain wall the sun is streaming, Far behind-your flickering eyelids you're still dreaming. Close beneath the window sill the earth is humming, Like an eager Christmas child the day is coming. Like an antique ballroom fan your eyelids flutter, Sunlight streams across your eyes th rough the open shutter. Tom Paxton The sun shines brightly outside of your room. The snow glistens slightly for it is High Noon. The world is alive. Q me Sim xv X ra -K .ww A time for learning, even by reading a newspaper . . .,. atime for helping others .,,, SO J' .asf The sun shines brightly outside of your room. The snow glistens slightly for it is High Noon. or a time of creation. High noon. It is everybody's time of day. The sun has ris- en, andthe world is alive. High noon is a time for doing things, be it work or play. For some, it is a time to help child- ren to learn about life, for others, a time of creativity, such as sewing, or painting. For still others, it is a time for learning, even by reading the everyday happenings in the newspaper. 181 The morning is over. .. A.. we must begin to think seriously i 1 r r i oflife. The round, hot, red ball has disappeared in the sea - night has drowned the day 182 -Tashjian r ai." -If . Our departure from MHS only acknowledges the fact that a new period in our life has arrived. Perhaps you will interpret High Noon as a per-in your life, not only in the day. lt is a period in which you realize that the beginning, or morning, of your life is over, and the middle of your life is taking its place. Your youth has risen and you have progressed to adulthood. The departure from Milton High School only certifies the fact that this is a new period of life. Yet, rather than physically performing the acts of creation, such as in sewing, and education, we must enlarge our tributes, such as creating a better atmosphere for mankind, and learning how to survive and help others survive in a world filled with strife and hardships. Yes, our morning has passed, and the arrival of High Noon is here. 183 J' '-it BOOSTERS Mr. and Mrs. F. Wm. Ahearn Mr. and Mrs. joseph P. Angeloni Ellynne Sheree Bayard Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. Bergin Zalman Fryman Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bibinski Mr. and Mrs. Oistein j. Bratlie lune W. Buchanan Mary A. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Roger Connor Angela T. Covey Mr. and Mrs. james R. Cummings Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson Mrs. Wesley Davison Josephine C. Desmond Mr. and Mrs. Fox Devin "Ding Brat" Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Donahue Lottie A. Elzbut Patricia Ferren Mr. and Mrs. joseph F. Fidler,1r. Mrs. Leonore Fidler Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Abraham Frank Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fisher Robert Fox Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. joseph P. Garrity Carl Garvin Catherine Garvin Laura Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Milton Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 1. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gordon 184 BOOSTERS "Hannibal Hayes and Kid Curry" Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Hickey Gertrude B. Howe, R.N. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Howes In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frank Miss Katharine Irwin Elizabeth Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kelm IlKeSSyll Mrs. George D. Kilnapp Mr. and Mrs. Edward 1. Leonard "Little Eddie" Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Losordo Mrs. Gerard E. Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. George McCarty Tara Mclnereny V Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mullin, jr. Miss Patricia E. Nelson "P.l.K." Pamela K. Pearce Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas 1. Russo Mr. and Mrs. A. Salvoni 7 Valerie Salvoni Gordon H. Schnaper Mr. and Mrs. john Shabel Mr. and Mrs. David Shwartz Mr. and Mrs. Eli Siedman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 1. Smigliani jean M. Sullivan "The Pepsi Machine" , Linda Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tuttle Ethel B. Wiley Lantana 185 l j w X 1 IQ0 IQ I W: 5 QM 57 X Sunny skies weeps in the evening It doesn't much matter why. - I guess he just has to dry from time to timeg y U ' Everyone's leaving, And sunny skies has to stay behind. , -james Taylor . my QWW W 41990 0 ' sap 1 f Ha92Ql 49Q C Please Patronize Our Friends fa ff STUDIO Portraits Engagement Portraits College Applications Wedding Photographs Individual 81 Commercial Photographs 480 Adams Street, Milton, Mass. 698-3456 Best Wishes To Class Of 1972 MILTON BANK AND TRUST CO. 524 Adams Street, Milton, Mass. 540 Granite Street, Braintree, Mass. 164 Parkway, Quincy, Mass. JAMES T. PHELPS 84 CO., INC. Established 1854 - Insurance - 30 Central Avenue C. Wilson V P esident Res Milton 696-6300 .Tel.I 333-0529 Good Luck Class of'72 MILTON HOME FURNISHERS, INC Carl R. Todaro, Mgr. "Fine Furniture" 360 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. 696-3420 Compliments of THATCHER FARM DAIRY 267 Thatcher St. Milton, Mass. Best Wishes To Class Of 1972 FOX'S GULF SERVICE "24 Hour Service" 1563 Blue Hill Ave. Mattapan MCDONOUGH DRUG, INC. - Prescription Specialists - -Free Prompt Delivery - Dorchester Lower Mills 298-0103 Best Wishes Class of '72 HANLEY PHARMACY "No Need to Leave a Sick Child" lust Call 696-4440 Nathan Fleishman, Reg. Pharm. Corner Reedsdale Rd. 84 Randolph Ave. Please Patronize Our Friends 190 Please Patronize Our Friends Congratulations To Class of 1972 MURRA Y'S DEPARTMENT STORE Mattapan Square Custom Package Plans Tailored to Your Taste BRUSH HILL TRANSPORTATION 109 Norfolk St. Dorchester, Mass. 02124 CITGO-IENNEY STATIONS ROBERT H. PIKE INSURANCE AGENCY "Now Two Locations to Serve You" 131 Brook Road 59 Adams St. tMilton Villagel 372 Granite Ave. Milton 02186 Tel.: 698-7850 698-9646 698-9619 Compliments of MILTON FOOD MART, INC. 133 Brook Road Milton, Mass. Congratulations 102nd Graduating Class Compliments of MILTON COOPERATIVE BANK 420 Granite Ave. Milton, Mass. 02186 Best Wishes to Milton's102nd Graduating Class MULLEN'S SERVICE STATION "Your Friendly Mobil Dealer" 352 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass 698-1630 E. T. O'NElLL - Insurance and Real Estate "All Forms of lnsurance" 30 Central Avenue Phone 698-3838 Milton, Mass. Please Patronize Our Friends 191 Please Patronize Our Friends Bowl for health and fun atthe EAST MILTON BOWLADROME 540A Adams Street East Milton, Mass. Tel. 698-9502 ROBERTS SUPPL Y CO. "Dupont and Touraine Paints" Fine Wallpapers Scott's Lawn Products "Your Handy, Helpful Hardware Store" Mattapan Square - A Nice Place to Shop 296-3800 LeMans Ventura ll Pontiac Firebird "Sales and Service, Free Pick-up Service" M. B. LAWRENCE PONTIAC CO. 326 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. 696-1680 Compliments of CAPITOL ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO., INC. Blue Hill Avenue Maltapan, Mass. Good Luck to the Class of '72 LlLLIAN'S FASHION SHOPPE "A Woman's World of Fashion" 532 Adams Street Milton, Mass. Congratulations 'l02nd Graduating Class BREWSTER SUPER MARKET 98 Houston Ave. Milton, Mass. Compliments of CYPRESS CLEANERS Central Avenue, Milton "Pickup and delivered" Charge Accounts Welcome CHARLIE'S CHEVRON Motor Tune-ups Brake Service General Repairs "Snow Plowing Done Too" 588 Adams St., Quincy 479 9074 Pleast Patronize Our Friends Please Patronize Our Friends Compliments of BERNARD H. ROSENTHAL, D.D.S Compliments of CHAMBERS WISWELL 81 MOORE A Marketing Service Organization 295 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. 02021 Compliments of Compliments of NoRrH SHORE MASONR Y, INC. FURNWUREBY BARON'S 405 Main sr. Wak5lg'icg9gAaSS' Canton Dorchester Hingham Best Wishes To Class of 1972 CAV'S COFFEE 81lNC. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 Adams Street 696-9819 OF B OS TON Mattapan Office Milton, Mass. 02187 SAMOSET KNOLL ARTS. 184 2 Bedroom Apts. - Wall To Wall Carpeting, Refrig., Stoves Garbage Disposal, Heated, Air-Cond. - 12 Month Lease 746-7690 828-6560 Compliments of PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE BANK lFormerly Mattapan Co-operative Bank! 1575 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan, Mass. Please Patronize Our Friends 193 Please Patronile Our Friends "Save In A Savings Bankv SAVINGS BANK Richard H. Schmidt, President - O. - Two Convenient Locations - .O. - 40 Adams Street 561 Adams Street Milton Village East Milton, Mass. Please Patronize Our Friends 194 PI Pt O F d Compliments of lack McCarthy VILLAGE FORGE INC 25 Agnes Ave. Hyde Park Mass 361 2591 Pl P O F d 195 Please Parr ze Our Friends ll Compliments of ANN'S Sub-Sandwich Shop Phone-in-service Free Eat-for-a-week Loc to - 508 R' er Street Mattapan Phone 298 9520 l. B. COLE AND GLEASON - o O o - "Milton Home for Funerals" - o O o - 5 Canton Avenue at Milton Village GE 6-7200 Please Patronize Our Friends 196 PI P OF d Compliments of MARIO SUSI 84 SONS, INC. - Excavating Contractors - 36 W IWOOd SI Dorchester Ma 02121 265 5020 282 5091 To Class of 1972 1 Today is the First Day of the rest TIME - ofyourIife--- 1 Don't waste it. To SAVE DoRcHEsrER Q SAVINGS BANK "DORCHESTER'S OLDEST BAN K" Pl P O F d 197 Please Patronize Our Friends Congratulations Complimgntg To The Class Ol:'l972 102nd Graduating Class When YOU Graduate lVlY0 You've Got A Lot To Live pepsi' got A Lot To Give Real Estate Think Of Us. L C. r 225 Franklin St., Boston Tel. 742-443 CO., Represented in Milton by john W. Kunhardt, Mrs. George Owen, lr. Katherine Sullivan and Frank Brunton 1131 Randolph Avenue Milton, Massachusetts Area Office: 696-0700 97 Adams Street, Milton Village Telephone: 696-4430 609 cumming Hwy. -Automatic - Heating - Mattapan, Mass. "A Life-Time-Experience" Tires Batteries Accessories 'I25 Robbins St. Milton 02186 , , , Days: 522-9222 Nights: 696-2939 Repair Foreign 8: American Cars Please Patronize Our Friends 198 Please Patron O Friends Compliments of HENTOFF ENTERPRISES 295 Turnpike St. Canton, Mass. IOHNSTON FUNERAL HOME Robert H. Johnston Francis C. Satterwhite - Completely Air-Conditioned - 460 Granite Avenue Milton, Mass. Tels: 696-4544 696 6625 Compliments of DR. AND MRS. IOHN F CALLACHERJR. 99 Adams Street Milton, Mass. PleasePatron O Friends Please Patronize Our Friends Congratulations To The Class of 1972 from HENDRIE'S INC. 44WharfSt. Milton, Mass.O2187 CARROLL PERFUMER Mattapan Square "Home of Famous Cosmetics" ALSON'S MEN'S SHOP Mattapan Square ShoppingCenter WALSH'S HOCKEY SHOP 447 River Street Mattapan Square PANTIQUE 1612 Blue Hill Ave. Mattapan, Mass. 02126 CARLETON FORD Ford - Pinto - Thunderbird "Where Your Neighbor Bought" East Milton AL'S FAMOUS FOOD - Party Platters - 1667 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan Square Good Luck Class of '72 MILTON HOME FURNISHERS, INC 698-1370 Best Wishes Class of '72 HANLEY PHARMACY "No Need to Leave a Sick Child" just Call 696-4440 Nathan Fleishman, Reg. Pharm. Corner Reedsdale Rd. 84 Randolph Ave. Carl R. Todaro, Mgr. "Fine Furniture" 360 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. 696-3420 RUSTIC GARDENS FLOWER SHOP 426 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. Compliments of CENTAL HAND LAUNDRY 32 Central Ave., Milton, Mass. Tel: 696-3045 Please Patronize Our Friends 200 Please Patronize Our Friends 1 ,I ffm.. 'NWN Xf 'Hymn A 7--. fm :if 'lil llutvtll ls " wg ' fl,-G K -4 ', A . A - A ' X1" M I Q , gp. ,.', 3, , . Compliments of Honda Sales And Service -AllMakesAnd Models ln Stock At All Times - INSURANCE WEYMOUTH HONDA 84 100 Concord St. 877 3333 A Framingham "lust Insurance SA LES 211 Main St. tOn Rt. 181 Route 128 To Cape Cod Take Exit 28N From Expressway Open Eves 'Til 9 .M. Sat. 'Til 5 Phone: 337-7400 DOROTHY IVICLAUCHLIN Bridal Shop is I lt- Vt-iltf Iornmltf w , 56A Iimw Srlvvt, M1l1on,M.1t wsvomfi Congratulations To Class of "72" Good Luck to 102nd Graduating Class REID 81 HURLEY Travel Service" Milton, Mass. AIVIARU'S RESTA URANT Rt. 109 Dedham, Mass. 326-9755 Charles F. Amaru Compliments of PARKWAY PHARMACY William A. Clark, Reg. Pharm. 65 Blue Hills Pk Mil1on,Mas wx. Compliments of SILVEY ELECTRIC CO. Matlapan,Mass. Compliments of CATHAY VILLAGE 500 River SI. Maltapan Square Please Patronize Our Friends 201 P u I . ,Q k. 5 5 ,Q 5 - if I 1 1 ' 1 -S E ' 5 51 3 s Q 5 ss 5 2 Q ? E , ,.M-,.....,,.....,,..-M.,...- .W --.-, ..,.-.,,..., -m..,-,.,. . --..,.... A... . ..M..... A.... W- ...., ...WMM . v,,,,,N ,. -wil ,, .......,,.W 1-.. H- , ... , W..- .... , M, A... ,.., . .... MN, ..,-..W,,,, M... -- , W5 X L X KUNZ TIMOTHY 39 Cbeever Street ff KUPPEN5, MICHAEL F 81 Chapen Street. 15 Blue Hill Avenue Club Indoor Track'1,2,3: MARCIAAI, 3, Science Clubfl 2 3 L 34 DONALD I. 1,2,3. Club Audubon Road Activities F Capt.l ., 35 Frothingttam 44 Gordon fCo Road 1,2,3: l 1 2 3 Spanish Ski Club Indoor T LINEHAN, 1, F.H.A, Alternate 35 Activities: F.H:A. DramafClub 1,2 LITNER Activities Track 1,2. teens brary , 70 Waldeck Club 35 Data Club 1 1AMEs1,, 36 st. Agatha ROBERT E., 'l'l4'l Brook 112 Chess Club1 Latin EDW Country 2, Indoor T ef? , mm s wx A - -w-A M M 'W : 3 I f Mi . E BRIAN E 50 Alfred Road Acnvn Football 2 3 MCSHARRY E., 9 Kahler Avenue. Activities: F.H.'A Outdoor Traclxi LYNCH, 1,2,3g Baseball 1. VIRGINIA R., 26 Crown Street. Road. Street. V 4 Gary F., 125 Reedsdale Road. Activities Activities: Road. Activities: Golf Team 1. .H.A. 1 Circle, F 15 Golf MEE, Avenue. Activities: Football French Golf LTON Soccer 1 L., 78 Art Volunteens1,2. Country ..l'1 ....,...r r,ot , F 1,2,3 CTri-Capt.i: Activities 1,2,3. Play NICKINSON, ANN S., 98 fgllub 1, Advocate 1. NOVICK BRUCET 23 Outdoor T 1 Team Mechanic Tqm Sreet. Track Hill T I Activities. X? W BNN K -L Q A 5 3 fi fi S , N, ,Q ,,,,, .X x .awww 1W..w-mm-1, Y, .ww-.M--. ,-mx-mpwfuw we-,rfvww mmfmwmww:-wmum...E .,.. Q.. :m,.M.'W.,g Mn v,f-.- awww, ,,1vf.,m.-QM.w-yy,,,,,-- ,vmwmmw-N. 1, frwwmkbmqdkm .Nkmwgwmw ,- w ., , fxymiwm TIMMINS, CLAIRE T., 176 Brush Hill Road. Activities: F.H.A.1,2. cl., ,32fiVNi6i'l'ifl'll'f5Y.fCEI. Activitiessi F.H.A. 515' French Club 1,3 Spa1fll5ii"g'Zl!,glgl.'15Softball25sGlee,'Club1,2,3.5.- , ' 7 5 i i C., 16 Savin Street. Activities:iFrenorlrQl,ub 15' Softball 2. is f sLoAT, Ctililfl-llA M., 95 Highland Street. Activities: ,Drama clribii, 2,3, Band 1,2,35 Spanish Club 15 Half-Wit 2,35 Nationalflhespians 3. SMITH, RQBEVRT M., 24 Willoughby Roads 2 . i f soizci, lUDlTH M., 10 Denmark Avenue. SPECTOR, BETH M., 67 Blue Hill Terrace. . L L , SPUNT, LARRY E., 18 Adanac Road. Activities: Debating'Team 2,3 iSecretaryl5 Half-Wit 35 Homeroom Representative 3,33 Student TOBIN, lOHN F., 60 Columbine Road. TRINGALI, PATRICIA S., 42 Blue Hill Parkway. V VANPUTTEN, NANCY I., 538 Brook Road. Activi ies: F.H.A. 15 Ski Club 2,35 Drill Team 2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3. VERNON, ARLENE l., 97 Truro Lane. Activities: Latin Club 15 F.H.A. 1. l ' WALL, SUSAN E., 9 Governor, Belcher Lane. Actilfities: Gymnastics 1,25 Spanish Club 2, ski club 2,32 'EchoV15 r..nzA1..1 5 , . . . s, . Handb0ok1'2I3. V . 1 Q, ii ,.i-i, 5 . , . WALLACE, FRANClS'M., 145 Adams Street..Activities: Drama Club, V. . r.ii ii i V V -1,2,3 iPresidenr7g,VLatin club 12,3'lPlfQglf3iflW-CVl'1HlQfl'1fl?l'Qvg,VQVGlQQ Vcluegj. STARR, LlsA w., ii Gulliver Street. Activitiesi,Yearb,ook12,35cEditor- 21N2fi0n2lTheSP 0cieIY 2: Seninrflaii Plnyis it S' 3? 2 iiiiit i A . in-Chief1iPhotographerJ5 Spanish Club 1,'2,35i'5EClTEtitLYl5gf.,HgA4 1,25 l - 7 i VV . V VVV' ' ..,,V : Q 1 ' - Homeroom Representative 1,25 Pep V. ., WN-l-ACE. COR U' ' W., 142t.Franklin 'i,i 5, 5 Vri, STERN, 1oANNE, 29 Annapolis Road.. Activities: Sipaiiish ..ii Clt3e1,2, ,-WALLACE, RICHARD V.,i15i science T Art ClUb3' A ' . ' 5 ' wink' 4 ..,, 2 , suLLivAN, DANTEL i., as Bradford Roadi'Actillities:iBaseball1. . WARE, SDGLORES, 460 Central V V , V . , . , , , 2 2 3 . ., ,. ,L,. , , V,V V V 1 V I . ' ' 1 f 1 1 Q - r .V V V r r it VVVV VVGV, . , Vi ' . isuLLivA AN M., 54 Franklin street..Aciiviriesgnrarna Club 1,2, A , , g k, 5. Q i t gg . 7 , 3, unqtrit f,, o 31 spanish Club 3. , , .. V g . V V VV WAYNE, JEFFREY c., 112 Craig street.1Aclivities: D' ,2531f V A. L if A i .l5.i ' A A lPf'-fsidenfii 5CienCe.ClUb12 5 ' ilub 112132 Gym ' SULl,lVAN,,l N L., 104 Thacher Street. Activitiesg l'00m RGPFGSSDIHUVE 2-st., ,g l ' l A ' l l A A . . lll A fl f . . . ' VSULLltMi!jlf.i.,VQ 5, Y A., 37 Magnolia Road. Actiyiti . WEINER, DONNA l., 4367 Wflctivlti 21323731 . ienfeC'Ub2- Dfanaclubw- or .,..,i it L ,,.. ...,' 'L , .L 72 Central fgvgnue. Activiiie WElSTROP. AvlvA K., 37. Hill f- Q Claim Unqufn Echsa w fditnne ee Class Ptayfap Povvd: l 1 WElDEMAN, AL G 2 gi ,tm . - L . 2 f'i 'f i f I iVV'Tean1 L i ' .,.. 1 i' i f it f E' lil A . 7 A A WHDEMAN. A liliiidll f TARQS 3 SENE Nlz, 375 Adams Street. Activities: Frerlchitiflub 15 15 French Clubs2.f lil , .5 ' 03 t L A i t Wlbmf ELLEN 17 TARTARKeil'4l, BARQ F., 368 Blue Hills .Parkwa g Activities: Baseball Cheerleader 2,3 iC V pta, the V V VV V VV V .37 Yearbook 3: V TATELMAN,MARK L.,27 Hud' Science Club .f 2,3. .7 fi i 3 1 A 1 5 2' ' A 2 A . aTATR0r BRN , -12.195 Milwn Sf' iZlt'eSaS2nd1.i?i3ri5h0fUSi?'3A5i AWLUKN .....,. K , ' . ?f1,2,3,OutdQ i' k51i2,3flndoo Track i1,2r3:t.f,0CCf2l' i .r... I li l . ' A Clu l..' 'L 'L WHO, F-H-Aa is P - .s.. Club 1,25 251-lo , 'rn'Delegate 2, Honteroorn - lf , ljElJ 1 W teff1afe32 'lf " if A A Dlfggieam 3 ' W . 1 ' l' ii i TAYL0R.. t0ak Slfee,s fActivitles: FrHsAi1- UNE' SUESA J Stfeeft Activftlesl F-H+. . iii A V' 7 , . . Club 2' . TAYLOR, DEBRfA2p?i.,74 Dexter Street. Activities:l:,H.N3V15Z."Tif? ' Q gif? bg 5 ' ,L ,i ii tilt . A A li A - .ill L A' i ZQLI? DEBO T' 2 Iizqllgigieshlnlcglil TAYLOR, ELAINE E., 133 Lyman tiv!V5iiegif'.irQtjeerleadirgg1,25 rVg.V,b90,. ASU2 . Ga r C 5 .. .. , Girly Softball Team 25 Volunteeng, nqljr3lV? r2Sqcietyi.3Vg.. V it 2VV .V VV , , ling V ,, if rii. W " Y . li g l THOMPSONIDONNA M0 sli' ,t Zgwffice Assistant 15 F.H.A.15 Senl riC Pl? 'f', i f f- 5 , EV 5 ' i ii L, i V VI 1 'Qwf i vc W ,r VVVV V V ,, ..,. , THOMPSON, LINDA R., as Forbes Road. ,A gf 6 ' E clieerleader 1 iCaptainJ, 2 3 ico-captainmg ' - 1 if, ,r ub, F.H.A. 1, Volunteens 3, Drill Team 1, Half- A 31,2,3, Spanish V sClubiT.2fTennis1.2. A , t Q i p A "i. siis 5 i i , . ,JOAN C-,31HillS View Road. . A . . 1 ..V.,. BOL L., 330f,Eimwood VV 2 Ff ' WW" Team 19 Maiomuft. Club siia M A A i" . 5t.5 ii.. 1 .,,. V ., . .. . V , A 4 . 3 4 gm-- ,.-. -. -- - -,-,.. ...- . I QM- .., . , ,4v41..'- f -- N. , . , , . ,- .-- a 4. 4 . is- done . .J A f r


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