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CIHBLE 0F CCNTENTS
in the sunshine
are my highest aspirations.
I may not
but I can
believe in them,
and try to follow
where they lead.
We, the last of all,
are the first of all.
The oldest is always
to I see nothing
which I have seen before
6 A man is never lost,
l he has only been mislaid.
6 Somebody said that it couldn't be done, but he with a chuckle replied that "maybe it couldn't," but he would
worried he hid it. He started to sing as he tackled
Don't walk in front of me.
I may not follow.
Don't walk behind me.
I may not lead.
Walk beside me
and just be
Come into the mountains, dear friend.
Leave society and take no one with you
But your true self.
Get close to nature.
Your everyday games will be insignificant.
Notice the clouds spontaneously
And try to do that with your life.
be one who wouIdn't say so till he'd tried. So he buckled right in the trace of a grin on his face. If he the 7
thing that couldn't be done, and he did it.
Play for more than you can afford to lose,
And you will learn the game.
pretend to be,
So we must be
pretend to be.
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at least no one ever has done it."
But he took off his coat and he took off his hat
and the first thing we knew he'd begun it.
With a lift of his chin and a bit of a grin,
without any doubting or quiddit,
he stared to sing as he tackled the thing
that couldn't be done, and he did it.
The triumph of evil requires only that good
men do nothing
The more you know, the more you know you
do not know.
Are you doing the right thing . ..
or iust doing the thing right?
The art of "being" is facing the fact that your
biggest task is not to get ahead of others, but
to surpass yourself.
10 There are thousands to tell you it cannot be done, there are thousands to prophesy failure, there are
a grin, just take off your coat and go to it, just start to sing as
l don't know what the future is
holding in store.
l don't know where l'm goin', I'm not
sure where I've been.
There's a spirit that guides me, a light
that shines for me.
My life is worth the livin', I don't
need to see the end.
. . . For afterwards a man finds pleasure
in his pains, when he has suffered long
and wandered far. So I will tell you
what you ask and seek to know.
lf you see your neighbor carrying something, help
him with his load.
And don't go mistaking paradise for that home
across the road
thousands to point out to you, one by one, the dangers that wait to assail you. But just buckle in with a bit of 11
you tackle the thing that "cannot be done," and you'll do it.
THE SENIDR CLASS DEDICATES THIS BDOK
TD MRS. ESTHER PILE FDR ALL HER YEARS OE
DEDICATED SERVICE TD THE STUDENTS OF
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To The Class of 1977:
Every September a new class enters Milton High School. When the teachers meet
the new group of students, they observe how closely this class resembles the class of
young men and women who graduated the previous june. From experience, however,
the teachers know that even though the similarities are strong, each class is unique,
with its own spirit, enthusiasm, talent, and personality.
just as each class is unique, each member of the Class OF '77 is a separate
individual with unique potential. Your parents and teachers have worked hard to help
you to develop your talents and to prepare you to move forward toward your goal,
which can be gained only by your personal effort.
Robert Kennedy in his book "To Seek A Newer WorId" said, "Today's young people
appear to have chosen for their concern the dignity of the individual human being.
They demand a limitation upon excessive power. They demand a political system that
preserves the sense of community among men."
Go forward to meet the challenges you will find. Do not be afraid to speak out for
vvhat yoti beheve to be true and just VVork hard for the nght of each person to
express his own individuality in a society where everyone's rights are protected.
As you graduate from Milton High School, I offer you congratulations and pray that
God will bless you and help you to express individuality in a world at peace.
Roger T. Connor
HARRY B. MCCORMICK JOHN M. HASKELL
Superintendent Assistant Superintendent
ROBERT F. COOKE ROGER T. CONNOR
Assistant Superintendent Principal
WILLIAM E. MULLIN, IR. THOMAS F. BRENNAN
Vice-Principal Assistant Principal
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WILLIAM A. EDWARDS ROBERT C. SWEENEY LEO F. DUNPHY, IR.
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ROSAMOND ALBERTI SUSAN ALEX
To everything there is a season, and a Storm the master-marathon l'll fly By
time to every purpose under heaven. flash and thunder fire l'll survive . ..
is only one goal in life,
and that Not all girls from Sweden are blonde.
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The man who makes no mistakes does
not usually make anything.
The happiest person is the person who
thinks the most interesting thoughts.
Live each day as if your life had just
I am not afraid of tomorrow for I
seen yesterday and I love today.
Without hope there is nothing. Get
ahead in what ever you dog always
forward, never straight.
ROBERT BERG KATHRYN BERTRAM
Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your
soul. Dream deep, for every dream pro'
ceeds the goal.
IOSEPH BIBINSKI IANE BLAKE
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Today is the end, but tomorrow is just Heard Melodies are sweet, but those The mind forgets a thousand things but
the new beginning, unheard are sweeter. fKeatsJ a friend is the one exception.
Accept me as I am so I may learn what
I can become.
Blessed is he who expects nothing, for
he shall never be disappointed.
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I drink the wind while I am young, do Be not simply good, be good for some- With all its sham, drudgery and broken
all the things I've never done. thing. dreams, it is still a beautiful world,
KENNETH BURGESS DAVID BUTLER
lt's time to say good bye and move-on.
DEBRA CAMPBELL VELMA CAMPBELL
Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, Behind every wall a lonely flower
and live today! grows
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IOSEPH CARNEY PAUL CARR
The prosperity of man is not in what
he has but in what he does.
What lies behind and before us are tiny
matters compared to what lies within
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Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only
to be understood.
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Accept people for what they are, not
for what they do.
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The wise mari ITIUSI be wise bef0f9, IIOI The rose that drops in tears today, may Red is gray and yellow is white but we
after the event. rise in smiles tomorrow. decide which is right and which is an
The joys of this life are to be found in
the making of friends.
No love, no friendship can cross the
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One of the most beautiful qualities of
true friendship is to understand and to
To live in perfect happiness is to truly
If I accept the sunshine and the
warmth I must also accept the thunder
and the lightning.
It is the laughter we remember when
we remember the way we were.
We need to laugh more to enjoy our-
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tomorrow is but today's dream.
PAUL CRONI N
Don't roll the dice if you can't pay the
IAMES COULTER PATRICIA COX
MICHAEL DALY ELIZABETH DAMICO
What we see mainly depends on what
we look for.
PAUL DANEHY IENNIFER DAUBS
Each friendship is a signature in some- As we advance in life we learn the
one's book of life. limits of our abilities.
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Success begins with a person's will -
lt's all in the state of mind.
Then turn not pale, beloved snail, but
come and join the dance.
Laughter is like taking an instant vaca
ROY DITULLIO DIANE DOBROWSKI DEIRDRE DOHERTY
Happy memories make warm compan- See you 'r0und, and if I d0n't, gay
GERARD DOHERTY BRIAN DOLAN SUSAN DOLINER
Happiness, I have discovered, is nearly
always a rebound from hard work.
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IOAN DONAHUE BARBARA DONEGHEY ELLEN DONOVAN
You will still be here tomorrow but
your dreams may not.
IU DITH DONOVAN
MAURICE DUFFY RICHARD DUGGAN IOHN EARLS
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Happiness is memories of the past and
expectations of the future.
You be you, and I'll be me and togeth-
er we can be friends.
Now is the time for laughter, tears and
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True friends are like diamondsp pre-
cious and rareg
False friends are like autumn leaves
DAVID FERRARI STEVEN FERRIS
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MICHAEL FINNELL SHEILA FINNERAN BARBARA FITZGERALD
There is only one successg to be able to
spend life in your own way.
IOHN FITZGERALD IOSEPH FITZGERARD PATRICK HTZPATRICK
MARIE FLAHERTY TAMMY FLAHERTY
See page 21 to find out why lohn got an "A" on the test
The genius of young persons is smoth-
ered under a heap of useiess knowi-
edge . . . Voltaire.
Sail on byg your time has come to
shineg all your dreams are on their way.
KiM FORD SUSAN FORTE
A moment's insight is sometimes worth Stone free to do as I please!
a life's experience.
Time passes much too quickly when
we're together laughing.
IAMES GANNON STEVEN GEORGE MARY GILLIS
Absence makes the heart grow fonder. A quiet boy, you may see, but hidden Seasons go round, round. Painted
inside is TNT. ponies go up, down. We're captive on
a carousel of time.
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Go placidly amid the noise and haste
and remember what peace there may
be in silence...
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You do ygur thing, If only you'd believe Live hand-in-hand
VH do mine Like I believe in miracles. and together we'll stand,
If by Chance We Should meet' its beau- We'll get by. On the Threshold of a Dream.
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if EVA GREELEY
, Friends depart and memory takes them
f to her Caverns.
The greatest feeling always shows itself
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thinks the most interesting thoughts.
IOANNE GUERINI CAROL HAGLUND
We know what we are, but not what
we may be.
MARCY HALPERN MELISSA HAMILTON MARIE HANAFIN
You're a butterfly, and butterflies are Memories are for looking back because
free to fly, fly away, high away, bye bye we can never go back.
SUSAN HANDEL IULIE HANNON ROBERT HARRINGTON
You see things as they are and ask I desire no future that will break the
"Why?", but I dream things that never ties of the past.
were and ask, "Why not?"
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Drean, but don't make dreams your What we learn with pleasure we never
Think, but don't make thoughts your
EVA HELLSTRDM EDWARD HENDERSON
Swedes have more fun!
I am united with my friends in heart,
what matters if our place be wide
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Memories are mine to sort out and
treasure, uncertain is my future before
If we do meet again, we'lI smile in-
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off it, then you'lI never go wrong.
INDIA HUNTER VICTORIA IEPSON
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Memories we've shared, can't be taken
away so I'Il dream of tomorrow and
MARIBETH IOHNSON PETER IOYCE
When all are one and one is all,
To be a rock and not to roll.
Nothing is ours but time.
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you didn't know you left open.
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We cannot discover new oceans unless
we have the courage to lose sight of
lf there is no wind - row.
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Adventure is not in the guidebook and
Beauty is not on the map.
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No goal is too high if we climb with
care and confidence.
So keep well, Keep well old friends.
Your life will be judged not by what
you did, but what you didn't do.
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Beyond fathoms of mirror maze house Either do not attempt at all, or go
a multifold series of empty Vanities. through with it.
NANCY KROZY GERALDINE LACROIX
Each dawn is a new beginning. Thoge were the days,
PAUL LANE TERESA LAMMEY
Let a man keep pace to the music he It's not what you have, but how you
hears however measured or far away. use it.
LISA LEONARD LAURA LEVITT LEONARD LIMA
The person who fulfills all of his goals
too early in life, has nothing left to live
The way to live happily with people is
to overlook their faults and admire the
Time flies over us but it leaves its shad-
Happiness is not having what you
want, but having what you have.
PAULA LUCCIO DEBRAH LUOSEY
It matters not how long we live, but Nothing in life isto be feared,
how. It is only to be understood,
MAUREEN LYNCH BARRY MacDONALD
I don't think of the future. It comes Accept me as I am - only then will we
discover each other.
REGINA MacDONALD SPENCER MICINNIS
Affepl me 35 I am 50 l maY leam What I can't believe I was here for 3 years.
I can become.
MARYELLEN MAHONY MNE MAIDEN
Long life is denied us therefore let's do G0 plaqidly among the noise and haste
something to Show that we have lived. and remember what peace there may
bein silence . ..
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BRIAN MANNING EUGENE MANNING IEANNE MANNING
Take your time, think a lot, you may
still be here tomorrow, but your
dreams may not.
Of what can a man be proud of if he is
not proud of his friends.
Wipe your glosses with what you
Yesterday is not ours to recover, but
tomorrow is ours to win or lose.
Would you but a used care from this
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Men of few words are the best men.
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And so it goes.
Music once admitted to the soul be-
comes a sort of spirit and never dies.
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Yesterday is not ours to recover, but
tomorrow is ours to win or lose.
SHEILA MCGONAGLE EDWARD MCGOURTY
The sand will slowly wash away but Life is either a daring adventure or
the memory lingers on. nothing at all.
JOHN MCHUGH STEPHEN MCHUGH
How quickly good times become just
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MARY MEARN VIRGINIA MEE SUSAN MEEK
I went looking for a perfect ending, For the too many miles and the I00
couldn't find one, so l bought a new little smiles, I still remember you.
RICHARD MELGARD ANDREW MELLEN
Later... much later,
MARIA MERLO IOSEPH MESSINA
Take a look back, you can see the fun
and laughter that we all had together.
El'-EEN ME55lNGER CARLOTTA MICHAEL LORRI MILLER
Do not follow where the path leads. The P0"P0'59 '5 Walling ' 800dbY9-
Rather go where there is no path and
leave a trail.
STEVEN MOREAU ROBERT MORRIS FRANCES MULLEN
On earth there is no heaven but there
are pieces of it.
ELISE MURPHY MARYANNE MURPHY MURIEL NAAS
I desire no future that will break the There are two ways of spreading light. Learn from yesterday, dream for tomor-
ties ofthe past. To be the candle or the mirror that row, and live fortoday.
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Fate makes our relatives, choice makes
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SUSAN O'LEARY DIANNE OLSON
We've only just begun to live so
many roads to choose, we start out
walking and learn to run.
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Go placidly amidst the noise and haste
and remember what peace there may
be in silence,
BRIAN 0'SHEA PAUL O'SULLIVAN
A friend is a person, who knows all
about you and still likes you.
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Good-bye Mr. Chick
IODI PARK IRIS PARKER PAM PARKER
Thought I saw him walking down the
street wearing someone eIse's memo-
We're part of the fire that's burning . ,.
from the ashes we can build another
When you walk through a storm hold
your head up high and don't be afraid
Make the most of yourself, for that is
all there is to you.
KATHERINE PARROW MARK PERRONE
The past is a guide, the future, a prom- Patience is a virtue of the strong,
ise, the present for living.
EDWARD PETERS ANNE PETITTI
lf not now - when? The road is long with many a winding
turn. But I'm strong enough to carry
NANCY PICCO MAUREEN PICKUP
Do it, do what you feel, but do it in Keep your face towards the sunshine
style! and the shadows will fall behind you,
HEATHER PINKUS KATHLEEN PLANT STEPHEN PLANT
Endings always come too fast. They Accept me as I am so I may learn what
come too fast but they pass too slow, I can become.
LAURA PLOTKIN ANNE POFCHER WALTER POLLARD
Blessed is the person who can laugh at A person must have a certain amount
himself - he'll never C9356 to be of intelligent ignorance to get any-
GARY POLONSKI IOHN PRANTIS RICHARD PROCTOR
There is nothing at all in life except
what we put there.
They build too low who build beneath
Life can only be understood back-
wards: but it must be lived forwards.
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RICHARD REGE MICHAEL RILEY STEPHEN RILEY
We can do anything we want to, if we
stick to it long enough.
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perfectly sure of yourself, you enjoy it.
A soul without discipline is like a ship
without a hull.
Activity is the only road to knowledge.
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Remember yesterday, enjoy today, and
Hope for tomorrow
REGINA SANTA MARIA
CAROL SEIDMAN MICHAEL SHAHEEN IOHN SHERIDAN
Do not go where the path leads, rather
go where there is no path and leave a
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The important thing: to be able to sac-
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"School teaches, but we learn from
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Good things in life take a long time.
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The road of life is too short to go
through alone without your love.
MARY SULLIVAN MEREDITH SULLIVAN PAULA SULLIVAN
"Be yourself. Who else is better "We may lose, or we may win, but we The Sand will Slowly wagh away, but
qualified?" will FIEVEI' be here again." the memory lingers On.
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Remember what the CIOOVYTIOUSS Saldi The moment may be temporary, but Take care to get what you like or you
"Keep your head." the memory is forever. will be forced to like what you get
Yesterday is not ours to recover, but
tomorrow is ours to win or iose . ..
Friends depart, memories take them.
Teach me not to forget.
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Love is never having to say you are Now I can Rock and Roll all night and
sorry. party every day . . .
DALE VARNEY IOHN WALLACE MARILYN WALSH
DENISE WARE LINDA WATSON PAUL WATSON
There can be no rainbow without a
cloud and a storm
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We've only just begung so many roads You receive happiness from friends and Don't waik in- from of meg don't walk
to chooseg so much of life ahead. mold your ways for the ones you love. behind me. just waik beside me and he
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TERESA YOUNG LINDA ZAUNERE
l am if YOU are YOU, and if bY C"13nCe Don't it always seem to go that you
we meet . . . lI'S beautiful. don't know what you've got till it's
ROBERT FOSTER MARIE MARGARONE LINDA MCCLOSKEY
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SCOTI' RICHMOND EVE WILLIAMS ANDREW KRISIUKENAS
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I, Earls, B. Simonelli, P. Lane, P. Sullivan
The Senior Class Officers, President Paul Lane, Vice-President
Robert Simonelli, Treasurer lack Earls, and Secretary Paula Sullivan,
were pleased to serve the class of 77 in its last year at the high
school. Two dances and a trip to Bermuda served to unite the class
and provide revenue for the final events at the Senior Prom.
SENIGR CLASS OFFICERS
N. Chapman, L. Ware, P. Smith, I. Sheehan, C. Dolan, K. Langevin
The junior class this year was well represented by President Chris
Langevin, Vice president Ned Chapman, Secretary Lorraine Ware,
Treasurer Chris Dolan, and executive board members lean Sheehan
and Patty Smith. Their plans include a ski trip and the always
popular donkey basketball game to bring down the cost of the
junior Prom at the year's end. The class of 1978 plans to wrap up
the year with a field trip to Martha's Vineyard.
lUNlOR CLASS OFFICERS
The Student Council will serve many purposes this
year. lt has purchased equipment for the Science Depart-
ment as well as helping to finance the copying machine
in the library. The Council has also sponsored the suc-
cessful Girls League Dance and hopes to serve as an
effective liaison between the students and the adminis-
Front: D. Christodoulelis, M. McCue, I. Forcucci Second: K. Fidler, S. Gallagher, H. Pinkus Third
C. Brennan, G. Daly, C. Mancini Fourth: M. Kelliher
SCHOOL COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES
Milton's School Committee Representatives work hard
to relate the feelings and opinions of the student body to
the proper school officials. Frequent meetings are held
with the Guidance Department, the faculty Advisory
Committee, and the School Committee itself. This year's
Representatives have worked to make changes in the
present study hall system, improve the school's general
appearance, and instigate a program for greater student
Front P Puliafico, S. Gallagher, G, Devin Second: K. Sands, M. Mc Cue, P. Nangeroni
Front P Smith, L. Carbone Second: M. DRagon, B. O'Neil, I. Markell, Miss Seegraber, B. Driscoll, P, Devine D. Cunningham, S.
Kennedy E Peters, D. Donovan, I. Forcucci, T. Rankin. Missing S. Robertson
Insight, MHS's bimonthly newspaper, offers students an opportunity to express
themselves and inform others about their own activities. This year, under the
direction of faculty advisor Miss Seegraber and editor Patricia Devine, record sales
have reflected the increased quality of the newspaper. The staff has attempted to
publish articles that relate closely to the student body. Insight features music
reviews, sports articles, club news, ads, editorials, and behind the scenes revelations
of various school and community programs.
On the lighter side the newspaper usually includes a "mad-lib", crossword puzzle
or word search games. This year special feature articles were written about life in
Sweden by MHS's two Swedish exchange students, Maria Arlborg and Eva Hellst-
Insight Staff members include: associate editor, jenny Markell, Photography and
Graphic Arts, Bob O'Neil and Scott Robertson, Deirdre Donovan, john Forcucci, Ed
Peters, Ed Henderson, and Tom Rankin copy editors, and Business Manager Susan
Front: K. Chase, M, Ravitz, I. Markell, M. Kliman, Second: D. Collier, P. Smith, D. Doherty, D. Donavan, l. Manning, L. Carbone
This year the Unquity Echo staff plans to publish two quality magazines, one in
December and the other in the Spring. The staff spent the fall semester gathering
material, collecting sponsors, editing, and typing material for the first issue. In an attempt
to upgrade the quality of published work, the staff was more selective than in previous
years. As a result, the winter issue may be slightly shorter, but we feel it is improved.
This year's co-editors are jenny Markell and Myrna Ravitz, as well as Kathy Chase fart
editori and Marlene Kliman fbusiness editorj. The advisor and morale booster is Mrs.
LETTERS OF CQMMENDATION
Standing: S. Robertson, I. Sullivan, W. Pollard. Sealed: I. Forcucci. Missing National Merit Semi'
Finalist M. Kliman
CH ESS CLUB
Back row: I. Prantis, G. Cross, B. Eggert, C. Pine. Front row: A. Kaunfer, R. Wallace, M. Eggert, P. Carr
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Back row: D, Hartman, I. Prantis, l. Sullivan, M, Kliman, E. Moriaty. Front row: A. Kaunfer, R. Wallace, D. Rosenbaum, D, Page
Standing: I. Wallace, P. Altsher, 1. Phelps, Seated: K. Stone.
Third: P. Luccio, M. O'TooIe, K. Broderick, P. Nangeroni Second: C. Wright, N. Picco, D. McNulty, S. Higgins, D. Hodapp, D
Ware, Front: P. Carr, B. Donehgy, M. Mahony, C. McManus, B. Thompson, E. Silverman
Front: P. Carr, E. Nash, F. Thompson, S. Egan, M. Washburn Second: P. Manning, S.
Gallagher, D. Hartin, B. Thompson, M. McCune Third: B. Driscoll, B. Flagg, P. Amaru, M.
Dragon, I. Gannon Fourth: P. Puliafico, A. DeBesse, E. Galvin, C. Sullivan
Front: P. Carr, 1. Hoos, R. Wallace, D. Page, S. Loring, M. Saipe Second: l. Yosovitz, D. Rosenbaum, 1. Becker, S. Katz, R
LeLacheur, A. Cunfer, B. Munroe, I. Allen, E. Moriarty, S. Breen, D. Jacobs, Mrs. Ryan
The Science Club meets every two weeks. President!Siobhan Breen, guided
by Miss Ryan, has planned many activities for the club. Some of these are:
field trips to the Science Museum, to World's End, to the Arboretum, and to
many other places. Individual projects for members are planned on topics of
Back row: Mrs. Moore, P. Joyce, 1. Karalekas, D. Parks. Front row: M. Washburn, M. Sarafeen.
T. Magna, P. Pilgrim, M. Karakostas, L. Pickup, M. Fallon, M. Howard, I. Stanley, P. Luccio, N. Picco, D. Lloyd, M. O'TooIe, E
Wall, D. Lyons.
R. MU LLllNl'S ASSISTANTS
Girl s League A 'mi'
Back row: D. Baker, D. Conlin. Second row: l. loyce, M. Auril, B. Driscoll, S. Mc Hugh, P. Fitzpatrick, N. Flavin, P. Clougherty, I
Connaly,1. Shields. Front row: M. Duffy, I. McDermott, I. Linskey, B. Carrol, D. McNulty, l. Fitzgerald, 1. Coffey, R. Burke.
SPECIAL CLASS AND ASSISTANTS
M. McCune, M. Forte, 1. Gallagher, D. Dipesa, S. Breen, I. Wirrell, B. Thompson, D. Thomas, M. Fallon, S. Gallagher, F
Thompson, K. Swanton, M. McDonald, M. Fund
CDNCERTA D ARCHI C- BA D
Front: P. Lynes, D. Doherty, C. McCarhty, S. Breene, l. Jackson, F. Thompson, l. Macelltany, D. Rosenbaum, R. Karon, E. Moriaty
P. Dodd, H. Chattillon, S. Williams, N. Tringalli, M. Karakostas, N. Whelpley, M. Peters Second: l. Alexander, R. Wallace, R
Galer, N. Brody, P. Hannisian, M. Howard, D. Dobrowski, E. Sylan,, D. Parks, C. Pyne, D. Page, E. Neely, M. Pollard, F
Chruickshanks, M. Lewis, N. Barcelou Third: T. Fitxgerald, l. Turok, G. Martell, W. lefferies, I. Katz, E. Pyne, M. Avril, l. Connely
1. Finerty, 1. Mirotta, R. Dittub, B. Flagg, M. Minichiello, I. Bowlby, K. Macdonald Fourth: B. Munroe, D. Burdett, R. Hamilton, D,
Hartman, W. Flanagan, H. Carter, K. Fine, G. Burdett, C. Boyce, I. McGonagle, R. Bowlby, D. Varney, l. Weinstein, R. Le Lacheur
invite .L .
Front: C. Boyce Second: 1. Weinstein, G. Burdette, D. Burdette, D. Hartman
STAGE BA D
Front: 1. Bowlby, R. Galer, E. Pyne, I. Connoly, M. Minichiello, M. Pollard, F. Cruickshanks, K. Macdonald Second: T. Fitzgerald
D. Burdete, D, Hartman, H. Carder, K. Fine, G. Burdette, C. Boyce, 1. Mirotta, R. Bowlby, I. Weinstein
BARBER SHOP QUARTET
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C. Boyce, K. Fine, P. Baxter, G. Burdette
Front: G, La Croix, S. Carle, D. Olson 1Captainj, I. Gallager, K. Hagerty Second: S. Egan, E. Hogan, P. Coggin, K. Manning Third
A. Veneto, W. Kinsman, C. McFadden, A. Bonner, K. Carroll, D. Rees, P. Rees, E, Kussman, B. Thompson
BA D BOARD
Front: C. Pyne, I. Alexander, D. Dobrowski, M, Minichiello Second: K. Fine
Front: T. Austin, T. Flaherty, B. Mackenzie Second: N. Krozy, I. lohnson fCaptainl, N. Kelly lTrick Twirlerl, S. Rota fCo
Captainl, B, johnson
GIRL' SELECT CHCDRUS
Front: I. Walsh, S, Breen, C, Rumpf, P. Amaru, M, McDermott, Second: M, Minichiello, P. Melchin, G. LaCroix, B. Hawkins
Front: E. Livingston, P. Amaru, P. Sullivan, S. Breen, E. Dutton, P. Baxter, 1. Stallions, E. Pyne, D. Rosenbaum, M, Lewis, P, Dodd
M. McDermott, R. McDonough Second: M. Parsloe, D. Dobrowski, P. O'Brien, M. Stanton, 1. Allen, G. Devin, C, Boyce, R
LeLacheur, I. Mirotta, D. Lynes, C. Rumph, B. Hawkins, K. Parrow, M. Kliman Third: I. Alexander, P. Ryan, K. Hegarty, D. Parks
M. Minichello, C. Sullivan, P. Melchin, H, Carder, R. Grogan, P. Taros, G. La Croix, A. Melchin, E. Langelier
VVOODVVI D TRIQ
M. Pollard, W. leffries, M. Minichello
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS QF AMERICA
Front: P. Luccio, N. Picco, E. Williams, D. Lloyd, 1. Moulton, H Crowley Second P Moriarity K Flanagan M Minichello K
Clark, M, Washburn, M, McDonough Third: A. Bonner, T. Austin, M Fallon M Hanafin S Moriarty E Messinger B johnson
The goal of the FHA is not to produce better cakes but
better people. AS a national organization we try to show
our members how to communicate with and work posi-
tively for the home, school, and community, while in-
vestigating different careers.
Our annual activities such as the Parent-Daughter ln-
itiation Ceremony and the Father-Daughter Sports Night
give us the opportunity to learn more about the people
MHS'S 1976-1977 FHA officers are: President Hope
Crowley, Vice-President Kathy Clarke, Recording Secre-
tary janet Allen, Corresponding Secretary Terry Austin,
treasurer Patty Moriarty, Historian Peggy Puliafico, and
Reporter Katie Flanagan.
This year Milton has the honor of having both a State
officer and a National officer as members. Jennie Moul-
ton is the 1976-1977 State President and Gerry La Croix is
a 1976-1977 National Committee Member.
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Front: P. Carr, M. Fallon, E. Walsh, L. Vey, D. Donovan Second: C. Greenfield, K. Palumbo, P. Puliafico, M. Richard, L
Delaney, Ms, Habosian Third: B. Hawkins, S. Katz, P. Smith, L. Ware, J. Richer
The French-Spanish Club has fun while discovering new
things about Spanish and French culture. Annually, the club
attends the Whole World Celebration during Thanksgiving
week. The Christmas party introduces the members to various
French and Spanish holiday traditions. Working with Miss
Habosian, President Liz Walsh, Veep Dennis Marshall, and all
the other club members have visited a myriad of places.
G ERMAN GLU B
Front M Livingston, W. Kinsman, K, Hagerty Second: S. Katz, M. Eggert, L. Berkovitz, K, Boudrot Ms Habosian
This year, the German club, with the help of Miss Habo-
sian, was involved in many interesting activities. President
Wendy Kinsman, Vice President Dennis Marshall, and Secre-
tary-Treasurer Kathy Hagarty planned field trips and tradi-
tional German festivals with the help of and for the benefit
of all the club members. During the fall, the club organized
an Octoberfest and celebrated the holiday season with the
annual Weihnachtfest. The Club attended the Whole World
Celebration and visited a German restaurant. They have also
been selling German candy. Thus, while a knowledge of the
language is not necessary, members do deepen their ex-
perience of German culture and tradition.
Front M McDonald C Pyne C Rumpf A Dinsmore Second Mrs Hogan, L. Carbone, B. Fitzgerald, M. Lewis, R. Hoos, A.
Bonner M Fallon S Blankhorn M Brown D Taracevicz Third D Cunningham, D. Collier, E. Taros
This year the Art Club made scenery for the
drama club's productions and to raise money for the
julian Alexander Scholarship Fund, they once again
held a craft sale. Designing and painting murals
around the school also kept the art club busy. Under
the direction of Mrs. Hogan, President Barbara Fit-
zgerald, Vice-president Dee-Dee Taracevicz, and
secretary Molly MacDonald, the Art Club was a
Front: M. Minichiello, D. Dobrowski, F. Thompson, D loyce R Ross M lones D Parks Second M Mahoney E Silverman B
Thompson, D. Rees, P. Rees, C. Radovich, M. Duggan, K Greenin I Markell P Devine I Alexander
The President of the Drama club this year was
Elise Murphy, the Secretary was jennifer Markell
and the Treasurer Dawn Parks. The club per-
formed l. M. Barrie's Peter Pan for the winter
production. The club, under the direction of Mrs.
Coetze and Mr. Reed, put on a fine show. The
spring production will be Bye Bye Birdie, which
will be presented in cooperation with the music
The Drama club presented a very
impressive and enjoyable Peter Pan
this year. Directed by student Elise
Murphy and Mr. Ron Reed, cast
members Maryann Connor 1Peterj,
Ken Fine QHookJ, jenny Markell
fWendyJ, Maryellen jones, Ed Peters,
Debbie Shea, Dana Rankin, Dawn
Parks, and Walter Pollard brought
this charming story to vital life.
Director Elise Murphy
ATIO AL HO CR SCDCIETY
Mrs. Tuttle is Milton High School's 1976-1977
National Honor Society advisor. With the help
of Mrs. Tuttle and the other National Honor
Society officers, President john Sullivan has
been holding regular meetings on the second
Tuesday of every month. During the months of
October and November the Milton Chapter of
the National Honor Society held a very suc-
cessful canned goods drive for under-privi-
leged families. New members were initiated in
December. The new senior members are:
Eva Greeley, jill Johnson, Nancy Kelly, Paul
Lane, and Eddie Peters. Congratulations to
Standing: D. Dobrowski, D. Doherty, l. Hannon, 1. Alexander C Erlich M Kliman P Devine P Danehy P Lane P loyce E Peters M
Nash, M. Eggert, President 1. Sullivan, K. Sands, E. Greely Second Row A Breymann S Kennedy 1 Markell E Silverman M McDonough
S. Doliner, M. Kelliher. Front Row: C. Brennan, M. Manning S Meek D Wolf N Kelly 1 lohnson M Sullivan S Radovlch D Hodapp L
Leonard, P. Wolfe.
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Front Row: M. Condon, L. Marrama, 1. Menz, 1. Galvin, B. D'Amico, L. Slyvester, P. Flibotte, R. Reed, 1. McLaughlin Second Row: M
Whalen, S. Maclnnes, A. Beskrowni, Mr. Reed, B. Meeken, R. Proctor, 1. Harrington, I. Kelly, D. Wayne, Mr. Lapworth, Mr. Smigliani
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Front Row: A. MacNeil, K. Plant, H. Maclnnes, D. Noonan, 1. Carlson, K. Cadigan, Mr. Laitenen Second Row: Mr. McLaughlin, D. Campbell
B. Ellis, W. McKenzie, B. McLeod, P. Fitzpatrick, T. Barry, T. Flaherty, V. Mee, N. Chipman Third Row: B. Morris, K. Burgess, S. Moreau, S
IUNIOR ORK STUDY
TOP ROW: I. Rota, W. Flemming, P. Abruzzese, 1. Foian, E. Clark, D. Morrissey, J. Susi, FRONT ROW: B. Avitable, K. Maclnnis, T
Menz, P. Hannisian, E. Fox, S. Lynch, M. Kaes.
A. Koffen, G. LaCroix, E. Quint
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Mark McCue and Michelle Kelliher
BEST PERSONALITY AND BEST SENSE OF HUMOR: Liz Panora
and Bob Simonelli
BEST SMILE: Maureen Goodman
BEST SMILE: John Sheridan
BEST COUPLE: Karen Broderick and Peter Nangeroni
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MOST ATHLETIC: Richard Rege MOST ATHLETIC: Susan Doliner
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MOST MUSICAL: lane Alexander MOST MUSlCALg Bgb Bowlby
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The 1977 Echo is the product of many helpful seniors who devoted hours of their free or occupied time to
put together a book for the Class of 1977. Editors Ken Sands and Susan Kennedy would like to thank Mr.
justin Sullivan and Mr. joseph O'Neill, for all the time and effort and suggestions they have put in to Echo 77.
Ken and Susan would also like to thank:
Photography: Bob Eggert,1oe Kennedy, and Bob O'NeiIl.
Layout: Dimitri Christodoulelis, Maureen Fallon, Heather Pinkus, Walter Pollard and Tom Rankin.
Art: Carla Michel, Art Editor, john Forcucci and lohn Phelps
Typing: Denise Collins, Cheryl Erlich, Sheila Finneran, Marie Hanafin, judy Hunt, Tricia Joyce, Theresa Lamney,
Claire MacManus, Tricia Mc Grath, and Susan Meek.
Humor and Comic Relief: Dimitri Christodoulelis, Mark McCue, Walter Pollard, and Scott Robertson.
Special Thanks To: Mr. Paul Ajemian, Miss Patricia Ferren, Mr. David Harding, Mrs. Carol Newsom, and Mr.
Are you sure this game is healthy? Dennis, smelling out the trouble.
That's my teacher.
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Front: 1, Earls, M. McCue, l. Collett, B. Burke, D. McNulty, S. Richman R. Carroll, I. Gannon, l. McHugh, I. Coffey, P. Ioyce, P. Lane, R.
Melgard Second: F. Glazer, W. Driscoll, C. Losordo, L. Lima, S, Tuck, R. Gallgher R. Kelly, P. Harrington, I. Bowes, S. Carroll Third: Mr.
McLaughlin, Mr. Shores, Mr. Riordon, S. Cercone, P. McKenzie, M. Sumner, M. Burns, B. Berry, l. Aylward, S. Lyons, P. Veneto, B. Grant, E.
Tarpey, P, Cavanaugh, l. Linsky, D. Giles, l. Indelicato D. MCNulty, 5. Richman, B. Carroll
Although not as successful as hoped, Milton
High's 77 football Team proved to be a very ex-
citing and competitive team. Led by co-captains
Dan McNulty, Scott Richman, and Bob Carroll,
the Whiz Kids made strong efforts against Fram-
ingham South, Wellesley, and Needham, and im-
proved with each outing. At the Natick game,
Bob Carroll was awarded the First limmy Curley
B. Flagg, M. Fallon, K. Stevens, P. Donavan, I. Sheehan, L. Ware, M. Stanton, Coach Duggan. Front row: M.
McDonough, M. Manning, E. Greeley, E. Cooney, M. Glynn, S. Doliner.
CO'CaPf3lfl Eva Gfeel9Y Co-Captain Mary Glynn Co'Caplain Ellen Cooney
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The 1976 Field Hockey Team finished a
winning season with the record of 5-4-4.
The five seniors on the team were in-
strumental in gaining this success. Seven
returning lettermen will insure the success
of next year's team. Coached by two dedi-
cated teachers, Miss Karen Duggan and Mrs.
Anne Mahoney, Milton beat Braintree 3-1 in
their first home game. The team then rolled
up an equal number of wins, losses, and
ties, but had a lot of fun and learned a lot
Front: M. McCartin, R. Manning, M. Carr, I. Macdonald, R, Rege, I. Griffin, N. Coughlin, M. Tarpey Second: Mr. Herget, 1.
Metcalfe, T. Fitzgerald, P. Danehy, D. Christodoulelis, R. Feldhouse, M. Cleary, I. Harris
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Captain 1. Byron, D. Page, Score keeper I. Balfe. Front row: D. Doherty, M. Arlborg, E. Hellstrom, I
Hartin, M. Minichiello.
CROSS CGU TRY
The 1976 Milton High School cross-country
team, staggered by insufficient numbers, did
what they could with what they had and, as a
result, earned the respect of the teams
throughout the league. This year's team was
the smallest ever at Milton High, consisting of
four sophomores and three seniors. One bright
spot was the success of a sophomore, john
Brenner, who was elected to the Bay-State
League's allstar team. Brenner ran far beyond
what was expected from him and became one
of the league's finest runners. Leading the team
were senior co-captains Ed Henderson and
Gary Polonski. Other members were senior
Kevin McWilliams, sophomores john Brenner,
Pat Connolly, Tom Rankin and Martha Burgess.
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H. Cifrino, I. Benkis, T. Fidler, 1. Barry, A. Ross, Mr. Goodless
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Office Economics, Business Law
CARROLL COLBY ANGELA COVEY
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Reading English Library
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MARY HABOSIAN KAREN HOGAN ROBERT IENNINGS
German Art History
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HARRY SEMONIAN MICHAEL SICILIANO
MARYLOU TROIANO RICHARD WHITE MARY WRIGHT
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