Enfield High School - Echo Yearbook (Enfield, CT)

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ECHO 1966 Enfield High School Ehompsonville, Connecticut MISS IDA PERDRIZET Dear Miss Perdrizet, You have discussed and helped us to solve our problems and to adjust to our school and social environment. You have also helped us to understand ourselves and our potentialities so that we could set realistic goals for the future. You have encouraged us to pursue the right education and have shown us what it can mean to us economically and culturally. It is with sincere appreciation for your guidance and interest during our years in Enfield High School that we, the class of 1966, dedicate this Echo to you. Sincerely, CLASS OF 1966 2 Preface The scales are about to tip. Many of us will continue our formal education, others of us will begin a career. All have benefited from the well balanced programs of- fered to us by our school. In our academic pursuits we have been aided by well equipped scientific, language, and social studies laboratories. Vocational training was offered to prepare students for future occupations. Music, art, and homemaking students all worked with special facilities designed to provide practical training. To aid not only in enriching our lives, but also assisting with our studies, a well trained librarian and well stocked library were at our disposal. Combined with these ex- cellent conditions, we have been served by truly dedicated teachers. In the field of athletics, mental alertness was coupled with physical fitness. There were eight varsity interscholas- tic sports, most of which had junior varsity teams from which to draw players. All of us aren’t athletes, but our varied physical education program helps us all to keep in good physical condition. Our social activities have added to our well-rounded program. Organizations such as Future Teachers of Amer- ica and Future Nurses Club have been established to acquaint us with possible future occupations. Clubs have been formed to develop skills and talents, such as the Dramatics Club, Model Congress, or Echoes. Others, like the popular Ski Club are for recreation and fun. In all of these we have sought to obtain the needed balance. LINDA GADEMAN Editor-in-Chief )■ i I I 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Dedication 3 Preface 6 Board of Education 7 Administration 11 Faculty 22 President’s Message 22 Class History 24 Seniors 75 Features 111 Sports 135 Advertisements STAFF Editor-in-Chief Linda Gademan Associate Editor Steve Estvanik Literary Editor Bette Meskell Opening Section Miki Mokrycki Senior Section Ellen August Features Section Nanette Morin Sports Section Bill Dripchak Advertising Jim Noyes Assistant Editors: Howard Crane, Ann Egan, Ellen FitzGibbons, Pol Holt, Rick Lafleur, Nancy Luczai, Emilyn Smyth. Typists: Carol Cusovitch, Karen Cusimano, Diane Ingraham, Kathy Liucci. Staff Assis- tants: Gail Blakeslee, Marilyn Cherry, Pat Hall, Alma Maldonado, Nancy Murray, Betty Sarno, Marcia Sperry, Claire Tenerowicz, Wendy Weisleder. The members of the Echo Staff wish to thank the members of the EBM for their help in our advertising campaign. BOARD OF EDUCATION Standing, left to right: Mr. James Kelley; Mr. Kenneth Goodsell; Mr. Charles Fowler. Sitting, left to right: Mr. Alexander Tenero; Dr. William Goldberg; Mr. Theodore Hammes; Mr. James Tully. From wise planners, 6 MR. CHARLES A. SZUBERLA Superintendent of Schools MR. LEO O. GARREPY Assistant Superintendent of Schools MR. HARRY E. TATOIAN Principal experienced administrators MR. THOMAS MICHAEL Vice-Principal MR. JOSEPH CABRERA Vice-Principal MR. JOHN LYONS Guidance Director trusted advisors, MR. JOHN HAGBERG Guidance Counselor MR. WILLIAM MALONEY Guidance Counselor MISS ROSEMARIE CARRIGAN Guidance Counselor MISS IDA PERDRIZET Dean of Girls, Guidance helpful counselors, MR. PHILIP BLANEY Attendance and Transportation Officer MR. BENJAMIN PALLOTTA Reading Counselor m:tr Mrs. Josephine Epstein, School Nurse Miss Marie Robideau, our school librarian, talking with students dedicated staff. . . GENERAL OFFICE STAFF Left to right; Mrs. Carolyn Patch; Mrs. Ceil Evanauskas; Mrs. Josephine DeCaro; Mrs. Ruth Porcello. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT First row, left to right: Mrs. Barbara Dawson; Miss Judith Fitts; Mrs. Adian Doherty; Mrs. Marion H. Furey; Mrs. Elizabeth C. Mullen; Miss Joyce Shea. Second row, left to right: Mr. Sabath Nigro; Miss Alva Dearborn; Miss Gail C. Darden; Mr. Robert Campbell; Miss Anne Cutler; Miss Mary E. Malley, Department Head; Mr. Chester Blair. Not pictured: Mr. Robert Knight. from the ideas of great men, Enfield High School offers its students a diversified four year English course. The student may choose between academic or business English. The primary objective of Business English is training the students in the mastery of business terms and the mechanics of communication, reading and writing. In Academic English the aim is to develop and improve the four areas of communication. And through a study of American literature the students are acquainted with American ideals. In addition, courses in journalism and speech are offered. Mrs. Doherty’s Speech Class enacts a play. Mr. Nigro conducts a discussion on English Literature. h f Students are offered a wide variety of subjects in the field of social studies. Geography, a survey of all the countries in the world is usually fol- lowed by a course in world civilization which encompasses a study of history from the " cradle” civilizations to the present. An American history course is offered and is compulsory for Juniors. Modern World problems is offered to Seniors as an " in depth” study of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Other courses are offered to students who wish to gain further knowledge in social studies such as social problems and economics. Mrs. Bigos’s Problems of Democracy class various world cultures, SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Front row, left to right: Mr. Shaun Kelly; Mrs. Helen Brill; Mrs. Patricia Bigos; Mrs. Carol Bruce; Mr. Frank Gawle. Back row, left to right: Mr. Frank Taylor; Mr. Franklin Gross; Mr. John Lyons; Mr. Robert Robbins; Mr. Edward Boland; Mr. Ronald Tenero. 12 One of Mr. Gross’s informal World Problems classes fundamental principles, With the present change in curriculum, no longer can the freshman be distinguished by his taking Alge- bra I. A freshman may be learning that " x” is un- known (Algebra I) or he may find his problerti involves a graph with " x” accompanied by unknown " y” (Algebra II). The mathematician then proceeds to geometry where he learns of triangles, axioms and postulates. The last step is Math IV consisting of the slide rule, functions, and graphs. But those mathe- matically inclined will be taking Math V, working on calculus in their senior year. Math IV students finding functions of angles. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Seated, left to right: Mr. Kendall Owens; Mrs. Anne Johnson; Miss Jill Fitzgerald; Miss Barbara Flebotte; Mr. Dennis Brunton. Standing, left to right: Mr. Joseph Scherr; Mr. Lewis Clish; Mr. Homer Fowler; Mr. Robert Fitzgerald; Mr. Anthony Torre, Department Head. Mrs. Johnson cheerfully teaching a mathematical shortcut. Mr. Lunetta and his students experi- menting with physical phenomena. the wonders of nature , . . The Science Department of Enfield High School is geared to the students’ abilities and interests. With the help of modern equipment and laboratories and the direction of adept teachers, many of the students acquire a firm background in the fundamentals of the sciences. As a freshman, the student can choose among physical science, general science, and earth science. The sophomore studies biology to acquaint himself with the living organisms of the earth. In the last two years of high school the student can study physics for a better understanding of energy, and chemistry for the scientific knowledge of the nature of his world. In chemistry the emphasis is on individual laboratory work to develop the student’s confidence and resourcefulness. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Standing, left to right: Mr. Dennis Brunton; Mr. John DeMetropolis. Seated, left to right: Mr. Arthur Benoit; Mr. David Keaney; Mr. Homer Fowler; Mr. John Hutchins; Mr. Vincent Lunetta. Not pictured: Mr. Michael Ricci, Department Head. 14 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Standing, left to right: Mr. James Liberty; Miss Ruth Levine. Seated, left to right: Mrs. Mary Hassett; Mrs. Sirvart Hintlian, Department Head; Miss Elizabeth Best; Mrs. Elaine Myott. Not pictured: Miss Sandra Kazman. by learning foreign languages, In a time when so much stress is being placed on international communication and understanding, many of us are fortunate to have learned a foreign or ancient langu age in high school. Not only will these languages help us in our long-dreamed of travels, but they have already helped to improve our art of communication and our appreciation of literature and our American culture. French and Spanish students on one of their frequent visits to the language laboratory. Miss Best giving individual instmction on conjuga- tion of Latin verbs. appreciating art and music, Mrs. Kemnitzer and Mr. Foley displaying their stu- dents’ work. Art students evaluating the symmetry of their creative work. Acting as a service organization, the music department lends much to the cultural aspect of life at Enfield High. The department’s fine performances in concerts have added much to the social life of the student. The courses made available are beneficial to all students, providing cultural and intellectual stimuli. The art department brings to its students not only in- tellectual stimuli but a deeper cultural understanding of life itself. Students who plan to continue in the field of art, as well as those who don’t, leave these classes as more complete individuals, able to cope more skillfully with life and its varied perplexities. Mr. DeMaio illustrating principles of the musical scale. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Lejt to right: Mr. Joseph Giangrasso; Mr. Anthony Perrone; Mr. Lonard DeMaio. learning useful skills, Business Education at Enfield High School provides a broad general training in office skills. Individual differences are recognized by grouping young women into a secretarial or a clerical business course. Young men pursue a general business course leading to ac- counting. Students are taught the value of social con- tacts and the importance of civic responsibility. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Standing, left to right: Mr. Ralph Cerrato; Mr. Paul Bisesti; Mrs. Carol Radziewicz; Mrs. Dorothy Hare; Mrs. Rita Lowney; Mr. Robert FitzGerald. Seated, left to right: Mrs. Phyllis Granata; Miss Eileen Malley; Miss Catherine Tatoian; Mrs. Poppy Fowler, Department Head; Miss Anna Parakilas; Miss Henrietta Coulombe. Business students advancing their transcribing skills. A typing class perfecting their speed and accuracy. 17 Driver Education class demonstrating proper driving techniques. Driver Education is one of our high school’s most worthwhile courses. It is composed of classroom in- struction, behind-the-wheel training in drive-o-trainers and on-the-road instruaion. It is a half-year course which qualifies the student for the Connecticut state driver’s license. Enfield High School students receive untold benefits from this enlightening course. DRIVER EDUCATION Left to right: Mr. Peter Staszko; Mr. John Lyons. gaining practical experience, The art of homemaking consists not only of cook- ing and sewing, but family health and economics as well. Here the student acquires the foundation upon which she builds the skill and knowledge necessary for her dedicated role in life as a wife, mother, and homemaker. Home and Family is also offered for seniors who wish to discuss the joys and problems of family life. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Left to right: Mrs. Judith McCarroll; Mrs. Mary Gaimari; Mrs. Priscilla Tassinari; Mrs. Maura Cassidy. Home and Family students engaged in a discussion of child care. acquiring physical PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Left to right: Mr. Joseph Lamana; Mrs. Ida Bryant; Mr. Carl Angelica, Depart- ment Head; Mr. Walter Sugalski; Miss Jean Davis. fitness, Precision and timing is essential in C a feat of this type. Who among us, at one time or an- other, has not wished that he could by- pass gym class? The answer of course is that most of us have expressed the same desire, but not one of us will deny the fact that although there may be aching muscles, physical education is an essential part of our attempt to grow and develop as complete human beings. Dedicated physical education teachers attest each day to the fact that physical fitness is indispensable to sound bodies and minds. The gymnasium has become an in- tegral part of our high school activities. In it we have watched our basketball games, attended our proms, and finally, our graduation. As we graduate we are reminded of the essential part this gym- nasium and physical education has played in our lives and experiences as high school students. Physical Education students performing a feat of balance. A group of girls learning that physi- cal fitness can be fun. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Left to right: Mr. Clifford Easton; Mr. Erroll Shain; Mr. Harry Zeroogian; Mr. Dale Courtney. developing mechanical abilities- Another renowned feature of our varied curriculum is the fine program in industrial arts. Here business and vocational students are able to further their technical and manual skills under the expert guidance Mr. Zeroogian’s class undertakes an exercise in draft- ing. of Mr. Zeroogian, Mr. Easton, Mr. Shain, and Mr. Courtney. Metal shop, wood shop, technical and engineering drawing provide excellent experience for a future career. Students in Wood Shop develop their skills. 20 Class History 1966 Tonight we leave the security and shelter of our high school. Now, as young adults, we are being tossed out into a complex, demanding world. Ahead of us lies the balance between further education and the prospect of future oc- cupations. Some of us will enter college and others will begin work in their chosen vocations. We will carry with us the knowledge and experience which we have gained over the past four years. As summer turned to fall, there we were, young and ex- cited at the prospect of entering a new school. There was a balance between the security which we had felt in junior high and the anticipation of the obstacles which we would encounter in a new school. Through that first day of con- fusion we finally established ourselves as full-fledged fresh- men. We were no longer on double sessions. We were to be the first class to complete four full years in our new school. We had gained a new prestige as high school students, but we had yet to convince the upper-classmen of that. Through the aid of our officers, Linda Moody, president; Miki AIo- krycki, vice-president; Beryl Baker, secretary; and Gail Blakeslee, treasurer; we became a united class. The balance between faculty and students was established through our Student Council representatives, Alma Maldonado, Pol Holt, Bill Nareski, Francis Catania, Steve Estavanik, and Howard Crane. Scholastically, Miki Mokrycki received the English Com- position Award and Steve Estavanik the Math Award. Honor was also brought to our class on the athletic field. On the gridiron. Jack Jacewicz, Jay Fuller, Bob Bohman, Rick LaFleur, Herb Taylor, Ray Weller, Roy King, John Longo, and Gerry McDougal brought recognition to the Green Raiders. On the basketball court, Charlie Ragno, Mike Angelica, Jay Fuller, Jack Herold, Bob Porcello, Nick Albano, Gerry McDougal and Pat Reilly battled the opposition. Rick Baril, Gerry McDougal, Dave McCord, Randy Fisher and Mike Angelica fought the challengers on the baseball diamond. As our freshman year drew to a close, our anxious antici- pation of the coming year increased. Our reputation as ambitious and concerned students was upheld throughout our sophomore year. This was to be a time of development in all fields with a balance between scholastic and athletic achievements. Jack Jacewicz, Jay Fuller, Bob Bohman, Rick LaFleur, Herb Taylor, Ray Weller, John Longo, Gerry McDougal, Mike Angelica and Jack Herold continued their struggle on the football field. The varsity was cheered on by Pat Hall. The boys on the basketball court were joined by, Ken Van Nostrand, Steve Mayville, and Harold Daigneau. Beryl Baker, Jeanne Olschafski, Diana Stein, and Claire Tenero- wicz, as JV cheerleaders, aroused the fans and cheered the boys on to victory. Our baseball team, led by Gerry Alc- Dougal, Mike Angelica, Dave McCord and Jack Wbiteley continued to exhibit its strength. That year in our class elections, Linda Gademan stepped into the presidency with Tom Kozaczka, vice-president; Betty Sarno, secretary; and Gail Blakeslee, treasurer; com- pleting the slate. Alma Maldonado, Wendy Weisleder, Pol Holt, Ann Egan and Howard Crane represented us in Stu- dent Council. Under the council, we learned that the center stairs were for traveling downward. If we happened to for- get that rule, several seniors were stationed at strategic lo- cations to casually remind us. Margaret Jensen added to the Class ' prestige by receiving the Latin I Award. But our class was not to sit idly by and have our honor handed to us. That year the academic and vocational students joined together to work on our first project, our | " Penny-less Dance,” under the direction of Linda Gademan. i In the field of dramatics, Janet Sabellico, Diane Wakelee, and Mo Mercik gave memorable performances in our pro- : President’s Message Left to right, sitting: Pat Hall, Class Historian; Lynn Smyth, Treas- urer. Left to right, standing: Bill Dripchak, President; Jay Fuller, Vice-President; Betty Sarno, Secretary, missing from picture. " A sound mind in a sound body is a short but full description of a happy state in this world. He that has these two, has little more to wish for; and he that wants either of them, will be little the better for anything else.” John Locke How often have we heard the expression " A sound mind and a sound body go hand in hand.”? Looking back over our high school years, we see that we have strived to maintain a balance between the classroom, the athletic field and our social activities. Our academic and athletic achievements, as well as our social behavior, have been commendable. We leave Enfield High, with a sense of pride in these accomplishments. To all future seniors we leave traditions to be employed as guidelines and our ac- complishments in the classroom and on the athletic field as goals to be attained and even surpassed. To our teachers and our athletic coaches who have imparted their knowledge and guidance to us so that we could perform as we did, we acknowledge our warm appreciation for our marvelous and eventful years. We are especially indebted to our parents who have contributed immeasurably to our lives so that we could become more complete individuals in both mind and body. f duction of Teahouse of the August Moon. As our junior year began, we obtained the cherished title of upperclassmen. We were now past the stage of sliding down banisters and our new-found maturity was professed. Our football team, spurred on by Jack Jacewicz, Jay Fuller, Bob Bohman, Greg Quinlan, John Ashton, Mike Angelica, Herb Taylor, Jack Herold, Ray Weller, Gerry McDougal and Charlie Ragno gave an unforgettable per- formance that year. None of us will ever forget the high- light of the year — the Longmeadow game, when, in the last two minutes, we moved the ball across the line to beat our arch-rivals 12-6. That year, Charlie Ragno added En- field ' s name to the Suburban League All-Stars. Everything was continually moving now. There was no regressing; we were moving forw ' ard at a rapid pace. Our hard-worki ng soccer team displayed its never-ending spirit in spite of a disappointing season. Tom Besse, Mike Foley, Bill Nareski, Bob Jones, and Tom Browne were on the field. That year Tom Kozaczka took over as president. Bill Dripchak as vice-president, Betty Sarno as secretary, and Lynn Smyth as treasurer. To assist them were our Student Council representatives Miki Mokrycki, Alma Maldonado, Steve Estvanik, Howard Crane, Sam Sferrazza and Ann Egan. Another major production of the year was the play In- herit the Wind, the largest production ever staged by the Enfield Lamplighters. The scales of justice were leveled as Janet Sabellico, Barry Masterson, Ellen FitzGibbons, Francis Catania, John Ashton and Jim Verdina reenacted the famous Darwin Monkey Trial. Our basketball team was not to be forgotten. Ken Van Nostrand, Gerry McDougal, Charlie Ragno, Mike Angelica, Pat Reilly, and Bob Porcello performed a superior job on the court as Beryl Baker, Pat Hall, and Jeanne Olschafskie cheered them on to victory. That year the girls also scored on the basketball court. Colleen Schneider, Wendy Weis- leder, Linda Ruggiero, Sheila Willey, Donna Bartlett, Marilyn Smythe, Barbara Mylek and Shirley Smith scored the points Steve Mayville acted as Chairman of our prom, " Athen- ian Sunset”. Barr) ' Masterson and Mo Mercik, as host and hostess, greeted each couple with a friendly welcome. There were many awards that year. Joe McGrath received both the Latin II and the American History Awards. Linda Gademan received the Leadership Medalion. In the business field, Elaine Afaholski received the Typing and Transcrip- tion Awards. Noreen Bednarski received the Bookkeeping Award. Five juniors received letters of commendation from the National Merit Exams. They were Linda Gademan, Ann Egan, Marilyn Cherry, Steve Estavanik, and Steve Tremont. To Girls ' State we sent Ann Egan, Betty Meskell, and Alma Maldonado and the representatives to Boys ' State were Tom Kozaczka and Paul Skowran. That was the year we just missed tying for the Valley- Wheel baseball title. The scales of justice seemed to be tilted in the opponents ' favor. The team, with Mike Angeli- ca, Charlie Ragno and Dave McCord, relied on its pitching and defense for their victories. Mike Angelica brought honor to our class when he was named All-Valley Wheel third baseman. Our band, under the direction of Mr. DeMaio, won fame in its own right. Their talent was made evident through a broadcast over WTIC radio. Let us not forget the hockey team. John Clarkin, Jim Sarno, George Bryant, Bob Therrien, Tom Ross, Jack Jace- wicz, Joe Hutchinson and Bill Nareski finished the season with a 2-2 record. Under the chairmanship of the class officers, we presented the seniors with their farewell prom, " Carousel”. The un- usual decorations consisted of various cardboard animals and a large carousel in the center of the gym. We were now on the threshold of the final step in our journey. Over the past three years we had matured and progressed to the status of seniors. Much lay ahead of us. There was much to be done and many preparations to be considered. We will not easily forget the odor which emitted from the chemistry labs after first and second periods, and for some reason seemed to linger for the entire day. We now established the balance between ourselves and the underclassmen. As seniors we took on the leadership of the entire school. The Student Council functioned under the direction of Miki Mokrycki, president; Rick Bellico, vice-president; Alma Maldonado, secretary; and Sam Sfer- razza, steering committee chairman. Our other representatives were Ellen FitzGibbons and Joe McGrath. We began our first project of the year under the direction of our class president Bill Dripchak, vice-president. Jay Fuller, secretary, Betty Sarno, and treasurer, Lynn Smyth. We sponsored a food sale which we held at Food Mart, the profits of which went into the class fund. Again on the football field. Jay Fuller and Bob Bohman (co-captains). Jack Jacewicz, Herb Taylor, Gerry McDougal, Charlie Ragno, Mike Angelica, Ray Weller, John Ashton, Rick LaFleur, Greg Quinlan, John Longo, Bob Desormier, Jack Herold and Nate Hale won many impressive victories. The cheerleaders, Pat Hall (captain). Beryl Baker, co-cap- tain), Jeanne Marinaccio, and Diane Wakelee did their best to support the team. On the soccer field were Mike Foley and Bill Dripchak (co-captains). Bill Nareski. Bob Jones. Ron Gravel, and Ken Sturm. Members of the hockey team were John Clarkin, captain, Joe Hutchinson, Jack Jacewicz, George Bryant, John Ashton, Dick Trumbel, Bob Therrien, Jay Fuller, John Pellegrino and Jim Sarno, co-captain. Our Senior Prom, " Visions of Sugarplums,” was directed by Nanette Morin. Host and Hostess were Gene Bence and Linda Moody. The Drama Club worked diligently to make their produc- tion of Oklahoma] a success. To Linda Gademan w-ent the honor of the D.A.R. Award. The boys on the basketball team continued their struggle for the Valley Wheel title. The girl ' s basketball team was not to be outdone. They finished the season in second place. We have now reached the final phase of the present. Only the future awaits us. As we leave Enfield we are faced with the balance between the security which we felt in high school and the challenge of the modern world. We will have, to carry with us, the experiences and achievements of our high school years. GERALDINE LOUISE ALMEIDA " Gerry” College Board Review IV; EBM I; Ski Club III; Junior Prom Committee III; Art Club IV; Senior Prom Committee IV CHARLES JAMES ANAGNOSTOU " Ag Man” French Club I; Personal Typ- ing I; Basketball I; Weight- lifting 11, III; College Board Review IV JUNE MARIE ANDERSON " June Bug” Glee Club I, II DENNIS RICHARD ASHWORTH " Dobie " Intramural Basketball 11, III, IV ANNMARIE LOUISE ANZULEWICZ " Snapper” Sewing Club I Personal Typing I; Junior Prom Committee III; Student Ticker II; Ski Club III; Dra- matics III MARJORIE ANN BABUT " Margie” Personal Typing I; Dramatics II; Junior Prom Committee II ARACHY " Arch” J.V. Football III; Electronics II; Farewell Prom Committee III; Junior Prom Committee III; Personal Typing IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; College Board Review IV 24 NANCY MARIE AIDUKONIS Art Club II, IV; Glee Club II; Junior Prom Committee III JAMES MILTON AINSWORTH Track III, IV; Intramural Bas- ketball IV MICHAEL SEBASTIAN ANGELICA " Sebie” Freshman Basketball I; J.V. Baseball I; J.V. Football II; J.V. Basketball II; Varsity Baseball II, III, IV; Varsity Football III, IV; Varsity Bas- ketball III, IV; Senior Prom Committee IV WILLIAM ROBERT ANDRUKAITIS " Bill- French Club IV; College Board Review IV; Body-build- ing Club I, II RICHARD ALBERT ARCHAMBAULT " Archie” Glee Club II; Art Club II ELLEN MARIE AUGUST " El- Majorettes III, Captain IV; Personal Typing I; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Home- room Representative III, IV; Library Aid IV; Yearbook Staff, Senior Section Editor IV JOHN DAVID ASHTON Varsity Football II, III, IV Intramural Basketball II, IV Dramatics III, IV; Hockey IV Varsity Baseball II, IV MARYANN ARACHY " Gila- Personal Typing I; Tennis Club I, II; EBM III, IV; Col- lege Board Review IV; Senior Prom Committee IV 25 CAROLYN LOUISE BARBOUR " Bootsie” Honor Roll I, II, III; J.V. Cheerleader I; Ski Club I, II; Y-Teens I, II, III; Foreign Affairs Club II, III; National Honor Society III, IV; Var- sity Softball III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Usher- ette III LAURA ANN BAILEY " Peanut” Personal Typing I; Senior Prom Committee III; Junior Prom Committee III; Dra- matics III BEVERLY ANN BACEWICZ " Bev” Dramatics IV JOHN FRANCIS BARTLEY " Bart” Intramural Basketball IV " Bart” Student Guide I; Junior Achievement III, IV " Rich” Honor Roll I; Personal Typ- ing I; French Club I; Student Council IV, Vice-President IV; Student Ticker IV; Senior Prom Committee; Ski Club IV; Intramural Basketball IV BERYL MERIDETH BAKER " B " Secretary of Freshman Class; J.V. Cheerleading I, II; Var- sity Cheerleading III, IV, Co- Captain IV; Intramural Bas- ketball III; Intramural Vol- leyball III; Personal Typing I; Tennis Club II; Junior Prom Committee II, III; Pep Club III, IV; Farewell Prom Committee III; Ski Club III, IV; Dramatics III, IV; Senior Prom Committee IV CLAUDIA JEAN BELANGER " Claud " Honor Roll I, II, III; Nation- al Honor Society III, IV; Per- sonal Typing I; Future Teachers Club I; Glee Club I, II; Echoes II; Library Aid II; Student Ticker III, IV; Junior Prom Committee II; Home- room Representative III; Hall Patrol III; Junior Achievement III, IV 26 JOAN MARY BOUCHARD " Joannie” Honor Roll I; EBM I, II; Office Aid IV CAROL ANN BLOCK " Carrie " Intramural Basketball III; Per- sonal Typing I; EBM I, II; Dramatics I; Office Aid III, IV; Senior Stenography IV GAIL LYNN BLAKESLEE Honor Roll II; Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Intramural Basketball II; Future Nurses Club I, H; Farewell Prom Committee III; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; Yearbook Staff IV ROBERT KERR BOHMAN " Bob” Honor Roll I, II; J.V. Foot- ball I; Varsity Football 11, III, IV, Co-Captain IV; Var- sity Track II; National Honor Society III CAROL ROSE BORAWSKI Southington High School: Business Club I, II; Enfield High School: Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; EBM IV; Li- brary Aid IV DOMINIC ROBERT BOURQUE " Mickey” Intramurals I, II BIERWIRTH " Bob” Southington High School: Language Club II, III CAROLE CHRISTAINE BERCUME Sewing Club I, II THOMAS EDMUND BESSE " Tom” Soccer II, III DONNA MARIE BOUCHER " Donnie” Library Aid III JOHN BENNICI " Beech” J.V. Football I; Weight Lift- ing I; Band I; Drafting IV CAROL CELESTE BJORNDAHL Medical Technology I; Glee Club I, II, III; Personal Typ- ing IV BOVAT Camera Club I; Ski Club II III EBM I, II; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Pep Club I V Future Teachers Club IV Senior Prom Committee IV College Board Review IV PAULINE ROSILIE BOTTONE Student Patrol I, II 29 SUSAN ARLENE BRAY " Susie” Intramural Basketball I, III; Future Nurses Club I; Per- sonal Typing I; Ski Club III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Junior Achievement III, IV, V; Senior Prom Commit- tee IV JOSEPH JAMES BROWN Intramural Basketball I, II THOMAS ANDREW BROWNE " Tom” Freshman Basketball I; Soccer III, IV; J.V. Baseball III; Var- sity Baseball IV DAVID ALLAN BRUNELL Weightlifting Club II, III DORIS ANNE BRYAR Hostess Club I; Glee Club I DAVID ERROL BRUCE " Dave” Physics Club III; Chemistry Club IV; Band I, II, III RICHARD LESLIE BUCK Weightlifting Club I; Span- ish Club III; J.V. Baseball II; Varsity Baseball III, IV " Cookie” Homeroom Representative IV; Personal Typing I; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; College Board Review IV ANGELA MARY BUTTACAVOLI PHILIP ANDREW BROWNE •■Phil” Dixieland Band I; Dance Band I, II, III, IV; Band I, II, III GORDON JOHN BURRIS " Gordy” Intramural Basketball I, II, IV; Art Club I, II; Personal Typing I; Chefs Club II SANDRA DIANE BUDLONG " Sandy " Future Nurses Club I, II, IV; Tennis Club I; Hi-Y Club III, IV; Art Club III, IV ROBERT GLENDON BRYAR " Bob” Track III " Kathy” Honor Roll I, II, III; Nation- al Honor Society III Glee Club I; Junior Prom Committee II; Farewell Prom Committee III; Usherette III; Senior Prom Committee IV BRYANT Honor Roll II; Band Manager III; Freshman Basketball I; J.V. Baseball I, II; Intramural Basketball I, II, III, IV; Ski Club I, II, III, IV; Dance Band I, II, III, IV; Band I, II, III, IV; Gymnastics II; Dramatics IV KATHERINE JOYCE BREITHLING PATRICIA ANNE BROWN " Patti” Sewing Club I, II ROBERT LOUIS CHADDERTON " Bob” Hi-Y Club III, IV DOMENICA ANNE CICORIA " Donna” Glee Club I; Drill Team II, III, IV RONALD LEE CHMURA " Ronnie” Honor Roll I, III; Hi-Y Club Secretary and Treasurer III, IV ; Personal Typing IV MYLES ANGELO CASTAGNA Electronics Club I; Language Lab Technology I, II, III, IV COLTON " Weasel” Y-Teens IV CONLEY " Lynnie” Intramural Basketball I, II, III, IV; Intramural Volleyball I, II, III, IV; Dramatics I, II, IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee II, III; Senior Prom Committee III, IV; Junior Achievement III; Usherette III JOHN LOFTUS CLARKIN J.V. Basketball Manager I Intramural Hockey I, II; Var sity Basketball Manager II Hockey III, IV MARIETTA BERNADETTE CICORIA " Maryann” Glee Club I; Drill Team II, III, IV s " MARTHA JANE COE " Marti” Art Club I; Intramural Field Hockey II; Glee Club III; Echoes III; French Club IV JAMES JOSEPH CONVERTITO " Jim” Intramural Basketball I, II; EBM I GERALD JOHN CLEARY, JR. " Jerry " Electronics Club I; Glee Club II, III; Echoes II, III; Hall Patrol III, IV MARLYN MARIE CHERRY Honor Roll I, II, III; Nation- al Honor Society III, IV; Math Club I; Personal Typing I; Homeroom Representative III; Library Aid III; Yearbook Staff IV; Future Teachers Club IV; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV KAREN SUE CLOUGH Intramural Basketball I, II; Varsity Basketball II; Medical Technology I; Ski Club II, III; Art Club III; Future Teachers Club III KARLENE MARIE CASARELLA " Kar” Honor Roll I; Girl Fashions I; Dramatics II, IV; EBM III, IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV; Farewell Prom Committee III ANDREA MARY CARUSO Scholastic Art Award I; Dra- matics I; Hostess Club II; Art Scholarship to University of Hartford III; Farewell Prom Committee III FRANCIS ROBERT CATANIA Student Council I; Track III, IV; Soccer III; Hi-Y Club I, II; Personal Typing I; Bowl- ing Club II; Junior Achieve- ment III, IV; Dramatics III, IV 33 ALICE IDA CONWAY " Al” Glee Club I ROBERT NELSON CRAMER " Lumpy” Noma Business Arithmetic Award; Body Building Club I, II MICHAEL WILLIAM CROWLEY " Mike” Track II, III, IV; Soccer III; Hi-Y Club I, II, III, IV; Stock Investment Club II; Junior Achievement III, IV ROBERT THOMAS CROSS " Bob” Camera Club III, IV; Bowling Club III CAROL ANN CUSCOVITCH Intramural Volleyball II; Girls Fashions I; Junior Prom Committee III; Hostess Club III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV BARBARA ANN CYBULSKI " Barb” Personal Typing I; Junior Prom Committee II, III; Fare- well Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; Dramatics IV; Senior Stenog- raphy Honor Roll I, II, III; Science Club I; Usherette III; Math Club III; National Honor So- ciety III; Homeroom Repre- sentative III; Senior Prom Committee IV LYNN-DIANE MARIE CYBULSKI FRANCIS ROBERT CORMIER " Bob” Noma Business Arithmetic Award III KATHLEEN ANN CORKUM " Kathy” Junior Prom Committee III; Homeroom Representative IV; Personal Sewing IV; Senior Prom Committee IV LINDA MARY CORMIER Honor Roll I, II; Chess Club I; Intramural Volleyball I, II, III; Intramural Basketball I, III; Tennis Club I, II; Var- sity Basketball II; Varsity Softball III; Bowling Club IV; Glee Club I; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee III, IV CHARLENE CRAWEORD " Chari” Student Guide I ALFRED JOSEPH COURCHESNE Student Guide I HOWARD HENRY CRANE, JR. Honor Roll I, II; National Honor Society III, IV; Vice- President National Honor So- ciety III; Math Club IV; Stu- dent Council I, II, III; Vice- President Student Council III; Hi-Y Club III, IV; Yearbook Staff IV KAREN ANN CUSIMANO Girls Fashions I; Business Club III, IV; Student Ticker III; Junior Prom Committee III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV DIAInE MARY CYBULSKI " Di” Future Nurses Club II ROBERT HUGH CROMBIE " Rob” J.V. Basketball II; Intramural Basketball III, IV; Varsity Baseball IV; Dramatics III, IV ROMALENE MAY DESMARAIS " Romie” Girls Fashions II, III ROBERT MARVIN DAVIS Student Guide I JANET MARY D ' AGOSTINO " Jan” Intramural Volleyball II; Art Club I; Student Ticker I; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV JOSEPH PAUL DOYKER " Joe” Metal Working I, II, III ROBERT WILLIAM DESORMIER " Bob” Honor Roll III; J.V. Foot- ball III; Hockey III, IV; Var- sity Football IV KAREN ANN DUDA " Dude” Honor Roll I, II, III; Nation- al Honor Society III; Business Club I; Dramatics II; Junior Prom Committee 11, HI; Fare- well Prom Committee III ANNMARIE VERONICA DiLORENZO SHARON ESTHER DESCHAMPS Honor Roll II, III; Future Nurses Club I; Intramural Basketball I; Glee Club III; Dramatics IV; Personal Sew- ing IV Junior Prom Committee Junior Achievement III III 1 ANNA MARY DePAOLO " Ann " Honor Roll I, II; National Honor Society III; Business Club I HAROLD GEORGE DAIGNEAU " Har” J.V. Basketball II; Intramural Basketball III, IV; Varsity Baseball IV; Dramatics IV DENISE MARIE DOUVILLE " Dennie” Glee Club II; Junior Achieve- ment III; Business Club III; Senior Prom Committee IV EMILY LINDA CYR " Smiley” Senior Prom Committee IV; Personal Sewing Club IV DIANE THERESA D’ALEO " Dee " Future Nurses Club I; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Hostess III; Senior Prom Committee IV WILLIAM DALE DRIPCHAK, JR. " Bill- Honor Roll I, 11, III; Nation- al Society III; Vice-President of Junior Class; President of Senior Class; Intramural Bas- ketball I, II, III; J.V. Base- ball II, III; Soccer IV; Fare- well Prom Committee III; Dramatics III, IV; Yearbook Staff IV, Sports Editor VICTORIA GARCIA DeALBA " Vicky” Glee Club I, II, III; Personal Typing I; Hi-Y Teens II; In- tramural Basketball III JOHN JAMES DICKSON " John-John” Personal Typing I; J.V. Base- ball II; Woodworking I, II, IV; Junior Achievement IV ANN CHRISTINE EGAN Peronal Typing I; Honor Roll I, II, III; Student Council II, III; National Honor Society III; Intramural Basketball IT, Farewell Prom Committee II, III; Junior Prom Committee III; Ski Club III, IV; Home- room Representative III, IV; Library Aid III; Yearbook Staff IV; Model Congress IV; Junior Achievement IV FREDERICK JOSEPH DUFRESNE " Fred” STEPHEN MICHAEL ESTVANIK " Steve” United Aircraft Algebra Award I; Yale Book Award III; Math Club I, II, III, IV; Student Council I, III; Nation- al Honor Society III, IV; Pres- ident of National Honor So- ciety IV; Chess Club III; Yearbook Staff IV; Assistant Editor of Yearbook; Class Night Marshall; Yale Sym- posisum II SHARON IRENE MICHAEL FREDERICK FALKOWSKI FOLEY Drill Team III, IV; Glee Club " Mike” I; Future Nurses Club II Freshman Basketball I; J.V. Basketball II, III; Track II, III; Soccer II, III; Dance Band II, III; Sophomore Dance Committee IT, Junior Prom Committee III EMETINE MARIE FALBO " Marie” Future Nurses Club 1; Art Club III; Honor Roll III; Glee Club I, II RONALD EDWARD FIORE " Red Man " Intramural Basketball I, II, IV; Soccer III; Business Club II RANDALL DAVID FISHER J.V. Baseball I, II, III; Sci- ence Club I CLAUDIA ANN DUPUIS " Sunny” Glee Club I, II, III, IV; Echoes I, II; Honor Roll III; Future Nurses Club IV ROBERT MICHAEL FALKOWSKI " Bob” Biology Club II ELLEN JANE FITZGIBBONS " Ellie” Honor Roll III; Intramural Basketball II, III; Intramural Volleyball III; Future Nurses Club I, II; Tennis Club II; Personal Typing II; Dramatics III, IV; Ski Club III, IV; Pep Club III, IV; Yearbook Staff IV; Junior Achievement III; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV Intramural Basketball I, II, III; Track I, II, III, IV; Na- tional Honor Society III, IV; Honors Program IV ; Science Club I; Math Club I, II, III, IV; Audio-Visual Club I, II " Wes” Intramurals II, III WARREN HAROLD FIRTION Metal Working 1, II DIANE MARIE ELLIOTT " Ellie” Intramural Sports I; Student Guide I; Student Ticker I; Glee Club I; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Junior Prom Committee II, III; Fare- well Prom Committee III; Hall Patrol III GERALD KENNETH FITZSIMONS " Jerry” South Catholic High: Intra- mural Baketball I, II; Li- brary Aid I, II; Enfield High: Model Congress III, IV SHARYN LOUISE GARDNER Honor Roll I; Intramural Bas- ketball II; Student Ticker II, III; Junior Prom Committee III RONALD GAMAGE Weightlifting I GERALD GLENN GASKELL Golf III, IV Homeroom Representative IV; Student Council II E. SHERYLE JEAN GALLANT Honor Roll I, III; Glee Club I LINDA MARION GADEMAN Honor Roll I, II, III; Nation- al Honor Society III, IV, Sec- retary III; Yearbook Staff IV, Editor-in-Chief; President of Sophomore Class; Conn. Asso- ciation of Women Deans and Councilors Award III; Model Congress IV; Future Teachers Club III; Ski Club III, IV; Glee Club I, II; Sophomore Dance Committee II, General Chairman II; Spring Concert II, General Chairman II; Fare- well Prom Committee II, III; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV ; PATSY-JEAN GILBERT " Pat” Glee Club II PAULETTE ROSE GODBOIS " Pol " Our Lady of the Angels Academy: Spelling Award I; Latin Club I; Dramatics I; Music Club II; Librarian II; Enfield High School: Junior Prom Committee III; Future Nurses Club III, IV DIANE MARY GEBO Y-Teens II; Junior Achieve- ment III DONNA MARIE GRAVES Intramural Baketball IV DUANE ANTHONY GROSSO Track I RONALD PAUL GRAVEL " Pebbles” Intramural Basketball I, H, III; Weightlifting Club I, II; Track I, II, IV; Gymnas- tic Club 1; Soccer IV; Junior Achievement IV; Science Club I; Hall Patrol II JOANNE THERESA GUZOWSKI Glee Club I NATHAN HALE " Nate” West Fairmont High School: J.V. Football 1; Varsity Foot- ball II, III; Basketball II; Track III; Enfield High School: Varsity Football IV; Track IV BOYD ALLEN HAZZARD " Hap” Wood Shop II, IV; Repre- sentative to Central College III JUDITH ELLEN HANSON " Judy” National Honor Society III, IV; Intramural Volleyball II; Hall Patrol III; Junior Prom Committee III; Spanish Club III PATRICIA ANN HALL " Pat” Class Historian; Honor Roll I, II; National Honor Society III, IV; Jr. Red Cross Repre- sentative I; J.V. Cheerleader I; Varsity Cheerleader II, III, IV, Captain IV; Intramural Volleyball III; Glee Club I, II; Echoes I, II; Tennis Club II; Sophomore Dance II; Fare- well Prom Committee II, III; Chairman Americana Record Company II; Pep Club III, IV; Ski Club III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Junior Achievement III, IV; ' ear- book Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee 42 PHILIP LOUIS GOGUEN Student Patrol I LAURA MAE HAZEN Glee Club I, II; Junior Prom Committee III " Nanc” Business Club I, II; Personal Typing II; Junior Achieve- ment III, IV; Intramural Bas- ketball III HARRINGTON Honor Roll I, II, III; Echoes I, II; Sewing IV; Art Club IV PATRICIA ANN GRIFFIN " Trisha” Honor Roll I; Tennis Club I, II, III; Intramural Basketball I; Usherette for Open House I; Usherette for Concert I, II; Usherette for Play II; Student Guide I, II; Science Club II; Business Club III; Art Club IV JOANNE JEAN GRILLO " Jo” NOMA Arithmetic Award III; Intramural Basketball I, III, IV; Girls Fashions I; Student Guide 1; Junior Prom Committee III; Business Club IV JOSEPH GEORGE GORSKI " Gork " Smyrna High School, Georgia; Enfield High School: Hall Patrol III; Ski Club IV ARNOLD GRIMALDI " Arnie” Wrestling Team I; Weight- lifting Club I, II BERNICE ELAINE HEATH " Bonnie” Typing Club I; Biology Club II; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee II; Spring Concert II; Ticker II; Fall Festival III; Junior Prom Committee III; Pep Club III; Stenography Club IV; Dramatics IV; Ski Club IV KAREN ANN IWANICKI Personal Typing I; Senior Stenography IV EDWARD KARL HUBBARD Bowling Club II; Intramural Basketball IV Honor Roll I, II, III; Nation- al Honor Society III; Student Council I, II; Spring Concert Committee II; Dance Commit- tee II; Chairman Steering Committee 11; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Yearbook Staff IV; School Representative to Governor ' s Safety Council Workshop INTERLANDE " Dave” Intramural Basketball I, II, III, IV; Spring Concert Com- mittee II; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Student Patrol III; Dramatics IV ROBERT JOHN JACOBS " Jinx” J.V. Football I; Track I; In- tramural Basketball II, IV; Band I, II, III, IV; Dance Band I, II, III, IV BRENDA LOUISE HEBERT Honor Roll I, II CAROL ANN HILL Drill Team III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III CAROLYN DIANE HEINONEN " Carol " Honor Roll I, II; Personal Typing I; Dramatics I; Soph- omore Dance Committee II; Dramatics II, IV; National Honor Society III; Home- room Representative III, IV; Library Aid III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Junior Prom Committee III; Ski Club III; Pep Club IV; Senior Prom Committee IV LAWRENCE JAMES HULL " Larry” Enfield High School: Band I, II, III; Agawam High School: Varsity Soccer II; J.V. Foot- ball I VICTORIA GAY HOPPER " Vicki " Meadowdale High School, Dayton, Ohio: Fine Arts I, II, Choir II; Lionettes II; En- field High School: Art Club III, IV; Yearbook Staff IV KENNETH JOSEPH HILINSKI " Ken” Honor Roll I, II; Band I, II, III, IV; Electronics Club I; Dance Band II, III, IV JOHN STEVEN JACEWICZ " Jack” J.V. Football I; Hockey I, II, III, IV; J.V. Baseball I, II; Varsity Football II, III, IV; Spanish Club III; Junior Prom Committee III JAMES JACKSON HEROLD " Jackie” Freshman Basketball I; Track I, II; Varsity Football II, III; IV; Intramural Basketball II, III INGRAHAM " Diane” Intramural Basketball I, II; Echoes I, II, III, IV; Chorus I. II, III, IV; Girls Chorus II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; Yearbook Staff IV; Office Aid Club IV; Glee Club I, II, III, IV HEALD " Fred” Freshman Basketball I; Intra- mural Basketball IV KILCOYNE " Barbs " JENSEN " Peggy " Latin I, Award II; Future Nurses Club II, III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III Music Award II; Future Nurses Club II, Secretary II; Glee Club I, II ROSANNE JEANETTE JASMINSKI Typing I; Student Ticker I II, III, IV; Dramatics I, II Junior Prom Committee III Future Nurses Club III; Fare well Prom Committee II MICHAEL KOMINSKI " Munch " Typing I; Intramural Basket- ball I, III, IV; Glee Club I DONNA FRANCES JEROME Vergennes Union High School, Vergennes, Vermont: Honor Roll I; Freshman Bas- ketball I; Gym Club I; Bowl- ing I, II, III, IV; Junior Prom Committee II; Ski Club II; Personal Typing III; Dra- matics IV KAREN JENKINS Sewing Club II KENJI JORDAN College Board Review IV; Chess Club IV THOMAS JOSEPH KOZACZKA " Tom " Hi-Y III, IV, President IV; Honor Roll I, II, III; Nation- al Honor Society III, IV; Boys State III: Delegate to National Hi-Y Assembly, New England Assembly III, Vice- President of Sophomore Class Student Council III; Presi- dent Junior Class III; Intra- mural Basketball I; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III ROBERT GEORGE JONES " Bob” Freshman Football I; Varsity Track I, II, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Varsity Soccer IV; Ski Club MARILYN RAE JEZEK " Lyn” Library Aid I; Junior Prom Committee II; Drama Club II, III, IV; Sophomore Record Hop Committee II RUSSELL MURRAY KLOTER " Russ” Business Club I; Chess Club II; Debating Club IV; College Board Review IV; Creative Writing IV LINDA ANNE KLEZOS " Lin-Kleo” Girls Fashions IV; Intramural Basketball; Y-Teens IV WALTER EDWIN KIRCHMEIER " Wally” Walt Whitman High School, South Huntington, New York: Freshman Track I; Weightlift- ing Club I; Freshman Wres- tling Club I; Freshman Bas- ketball I; Varsity Cross Coun- try II; Enfield High: Varsity Track II, III, IV SUZANNE ELIZABETH KNEIP " Peanuts” Coral Gables Senior High, Florida: Fashion Club I; En- field High: Typing I; Glee Club II; Drama III; Senior Stenography IV ; FViture Teachers IV; Senior Prom Committee IV DORRINE CONSTANCE KENNEDY " Dee” Farmington High: Referee III ELIZABETH JAY KNAPP " Liz” Honor Roll II, III; Spanish Club III 47 ■ “ - CYNTHIA CECILE LAVALLEE " Cindy " Dramatics IV BARBARA JEAN KUCAVICH " Barbi” Personal Typing I; French I, II; Biology II; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV SUSAN MARY LAVER " Sue " Personal Typing I; Business Club III, IV; Ski Club IV m. SUSAN ELIZABETH LANDRY " Sue ” Personal Typing II; Junior Prom Committee III; Fare- well Prom Committee III; Dramatics III SUSAN ELAINE LANSBURG " Sue " Girls Fashions I; Intramural Basketball I; Business Club 11, III, IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Office Aids IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Usherette for School Play DONNA ELAINE LARIVIERE Farewell Prom Committee IV " Sue” Ski Club III, IV; Business Club IV LAZZERIN Business Club I, II; Tennis Club III; Office Aids IV ANDREA COLLEEN LaFOUNTAIN " Andy” French Club I RUSSELL ALLEN LEE Track I, II; Bowling Club 11, III, IV; Spanish Club II DONALD LEONARD LANGO " Don " Student Guide I JOYCE MARIE LaRUSSA Math Club I; Honor Roll I; Intramural Basketball I, II, III, IV; Intramural Volleyball I, II; Library Aid I, II, III, IV; Student Ticker I, II; Per- sonal Typing IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Dramatics III; Senior Prom Committee IV AGNES MARY LATULIPPE Honor Roll I; Library Aid II, III, IV; Usherette for Spring Concert II; Junior Prom Com- mitte III; Usherette at Class Night and Graduation III; Senior Prom Committee IV SHARON LAWRENCE " Sherry” Math Award III; Intramural Volleyball II; Bowling Club II; Echoes II; Farewell Prom Committee III; Dramatics IV ROGER DAVID LaVALLEE " Rog” Intramurals I, II, III RICHARD LESTER LaFLEUR " Rick” J.V. Football I; Intramural Basketball I, II; Track I, II; Varsity Football II, III, IV; Student Ticker I, II, III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; Future Teachers Club IV KATHLEEN MARY LENO " Kathy” Dramatics I, II, III, IV; In- tramural Basketball I, II, III, IV; Intramural Volleyball III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV NANCY ANN LUCZAI " Nance " Honor Roll I; Girls Fashions I; Library Aid II, III, IV, President III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Usherette Class Night and Graduation III; French Club III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV ; Future Teachers IV KATHLEEN ANN LIUCCI " Kathy” Camera Club I; Student Ticker II; Junior Prom Committee III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Intra- mural Basketball IV Intramural Basketball II; Sci- ence Club I ELEANOR MAE LINDSEY " Cookie” Personal Typing I; Business III, IV; Office Aids IV JOHN STANLEY LONGO J.V. Football II; Varsity Foot- ball III, IV; Senior Farewell Prom III ANN MARIE CATHERINE LIUCCI " Ann” Y-Teens II, Vice-President II; Student Ticker II; Girls Fash- ions II; Business Club III, IV, Sales Manager III, Treas- urer IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV; Intramural Volley- ball III, IV Kerr Junior High: Glee Club I; Future Homemakers of America I; French Club I; Del City High School: Future Homemakers of America II; Enfield High School: Honor Roll II; Hi-Y II; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; Future Teach- ers Club IV ELAINE MARIE LEGIENZA Personal Typing II; Erench Club II; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Intramural Volley- ball IV DAHLENE ANN LETENDRE " Dar” Intramural Basketball I, II; Intramural Volleyball II, III; Personal Typing I; Dramatics IV JUDITH LONGANO " Judy” Intramural Volleyball I; Y- Teens II " Sue” Girls Fashions I, II MacNAIR " Bob” Dramatics II SUSAN KAROL MACK " Sue” Y-Teens II; Spanish Club III ROBERT NORMAN MAGNUSSEN " Bob” Honor Roll I; Dance Band I, II, III, IV SANDRA MARIE MACK " Sandy” Y-Teens II; Spanish Club III RONALD GERALD MARCOTTE " Moco” Wood Shop I; Metal Shop II; Weightlifting Club II; Bowl- ing Club III, IV; Math Club IV JANE MARIE MASLOWSKI Tennis Club II; Senior Prom Committee III, IV; Farewell Prom Committee III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Junior Achievement III, IV; Dramatics IV EDWARD PAUL MANGINI " Ed” Ski Club II THOMAS MALONEY Woodworking I; Intramurals II, III MARTIN " Chris” Dance Band I, II, III, IV MALDONADO " Al " Honor Roll I; Laurel Girls State III; Intramural Basket- ball I, Captain I; Student Council I, II, III, IV, Treas- urer III, Secretary IV; Per- sonal Typing I; Lamplighters Guild III, IV, Treasurer IV; Usherette Class Night and Graduation III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Yearbook Staff IV MARILYN ANN MANKUS " Mar” Intramural Basketball I; Typ- ing Club I; Glee Club I, II; Business Club I, II, III, Vice- President III; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee; Ticker IV; Senior Prom Committee IV ; Model Congress IV ELAINE CATHERINE MAHALSKI Girls Fashions I; Hostess Club II; Junior Prom Committee III; Shorthand Award III; Typing Award III 52 ROSALYN PAULA MANISCALCHI " Roz” Glee Club I; Future Nurses II; Farewell Prom Committee II; Senior Prom Committee II, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Dramatics IV; Pep Club IV SHARON ELAINE MARTIN " Sherry” Dramatics I, III, IV; Pep Club III, IV; Business Club IV LOUIS RICHARD MAGGIO " Lou” J.V. Football I, II; Varsity Football III; Intramural Bas- ketball II; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV ALICE JEAN MARINACCIO " Jeanne” Junior Varsity Cheerleader II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Varsity Cheerleader IV; Senior Prom Committee IV ' PAUL THOMAS MASON " Mace " Delegate to Model Congress I, II, IV; Choral Group I, II, III; Personal Typing I; Echoes II; Chemistry Club IV CAROLYNN ANNE MAYLOTT Majorettes III, IV; Dramatics IV BARRY JAMES MASTERSON Student Ticker I, II; Business Club II; Dramatics II, III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Host of Junior Prom KAREN ANN MARTIN " Purity” NOMA Spelling Award I; Girls Fashions I; Dramatics I; Typing I Award II; Drill Team II; Pep Club II, III, IV; Typing II Award III; NOMA Math Award III; Stenography I Award III; Ski Club III; Bowling Club III; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Volley- ball IV; Senior Prom Commit- tee IV; Library Staff IV 53 NANCY LOUISE McCANN Intramural Basketball I, II, III; Varsity Basketball II; Var- sity Softball II; NOMA Math Award III GERALD McDOUGAL " Jerry” Junior Varsity Football L; Junior Varsity Baseball I; Junior Varsity Basketball I, II; Personal Typing I, IV; Varsity Football II, III, IV; Varsity Baseball II, III, IV; Varsity Basketball III, IV; Dramatics II, IV; Ski Club III MARY ELIZABETH MESKELL " Bette” Business Club I; Dramatics I, IV ; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee II; Laurel Girls State III; Junior Achievement III, IV; Farewell Prom Committee III; Yearbook Staff IV, Lit- erary Editor; Senior Prom Committee IV; Youth Corres- pondent to Hartford Courant IV STEVEN PAUL MAYVILLE " Stef” Basketball I; French Club I; Bodybuilding I; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Farewell Prom Committee II; Personal Typing II; Intramurals Cham- pions III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III, General Chair- man; Farewell Prom Commit- tee III; Senior Prom Commit- tee IV; Farewell Prom Com- mittee IV; Junior Achievement IV " Shorty” Science Club I; Intramural Basketball I, II; Freshman Baseball I; Chef ' s Club II; Junior Varsity Baseball II; Junior Varsity Basketball III; Varsity Baseball III, IV; Var- sity Basketball IV SHARON BETH McDonald Dramatics I; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom IV ; Farewell Prom IV MAUREEN LINDA MERCIK " Mo” " Laurie” Honor Roll I, II; Future Teachers Club I, II; Student Ticker II, III, IV; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Farewell Prom Committee II; Library Aid II, III, IV; Dramatics III, IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Hall Patrol III; National Honor Society III, IV Dramatics I, II; Student Guide I; Junior Prom Committee III; Hostess of Junior Prom III; Farewell Prom Com- mittee III; Pep Club III, IV; Senior Prom Committee MILLETT 54 NANCY JANE MINICHIELLO " Minnie” Mixed Choir I; Girls Choir; Art Club I, II KATHLEEN ANN McCracken " Kathy” National Honor Society III; French Club I; Hostess Club I, II; Personal Typing II; Business Club III DOUGLAS PAUL MIRO " Doug” Track Team I, II; Intramurals I, III; Chess Club II; Junior Achievement III, IV CHERYL SUE MAYNARD " Cherry” Future Nurses Club I; Vol- leyball II; Y-Teens II JULIA MOFFETT " Julie” Art Club I; Business Club I Junior Prom Committee III Pep Club IV; Dramatics IV Senior Prom Committee IV MICHALINE GAIL MOKRYCKI " Miki” English Award I; Vice-Presi- dent of Freshman Class; Honor Roll I, II, III; Glee Club I, II; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Student Coun- cil III, IV, President IV; Na- tional Honor Society III, IV, Treasurer IV; Junior Achieve- ment III, IV; Class Night and Graduation Usherette III; Homeroom Representative III, IV; Ski Club III, IV; Dra- matics III; Yearbook Staff IV, Opening Section Editor; Model Congress IV; Farewell Prom Committee II, III; Jun- ior Prom Committee III; Sen- ior Prom Committee IV McGrath " Joe” Math Club III; Honor Student I, II, III; Tennis Club II; Sophomore Dance Committee II; American History Award III; Latin Award II, III; Na- tional Honor Society III, IV; Farewell Prom Committee III; Personal Typing IV; Student Council IV; Hi-Y IV Elmira Free Academy: Chess Club I; Intramural Basketball 1; Spring Dance Committee; Enfield: Chess Club III, IV CONSTANCE ALVA MURRAY " Connie " Y-Teens I; Junior Achieve- ment III; Gregg Typing Award III; Intramural Volley- ball IV; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV ANNE MARIE MORTELL " Mitzi " Volleyball I, II, III; Intra- mural Basketball III, IV; Bowling Club II; Senior Prom Committee IV MARILYN DEE MYERS " Lyn” Glee Club I, II; Echoes I, II; Band II, III, IV; Intramural Basketball IV LEROY EDWARD NASH " Roy” Honor Roll I; Personal Typ- ing I; French Club I; Dra- matics 11, III, IV; Biology Club II; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV CARL LEWIS MYERS Vocal Music I, II, IV JEAN MORIARTY " Jeannie " Coventry High School: Intra- mural Volleyball I; Intramu- ral Baseball I; Intramural Tumbling I; Freshman Dance Committee I; Enfield: Intra- mural Volleyball II, III, IV; Intramural Basketball II, III, IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Personal Typing IV LINDA HELEN MOODY President of Freshman Class I; Student Council I, II; Med- ical Technology Club I; Fare- well Prom Committee I, III; Junior Prom Committee III; Class Night and Graduation Usherette III; Junior Achieve- ment III, IV; Ski Club IV; Senior Stenography IV; Col- lege Board Review IV; Senior Prom Committee IV NANCY JEAN MORIN Y-Teens I; Intramural Basket- ball II, III, IV; Intramural Volleyball II, IV; Business Machines Club IV; Senior Prom Committee NANCY JEAN MURRAY Honor Roll I, II; National Honor Society III; Library Aid II, III, IV; EBM III, IV; Farewell Prom Committee III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Intra- mural Basketball IV; Field Hockey II NANETTE MARIE MORIN Intramural Basketball I, II; EBM I, II; Varsity Basketball II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Junior Achievement III; Usherette III; Yearbook Staff IV, Features Editor; Senior Prom Committee IV, General Chairman; Ski Club IV JOSEPH STANLEY NOVAK " Joe” Honor Roll I, II, III; Dance Band I, II, III, IV; Dixieland Band I; Camera Club I; Audio-Visual II; Marching Band IV; Chemistry Club IV Honor Roll I; Intramural Bas- ketball I, III; Intramural Vol- leyball II; Girls Varsity Bas- ketball III, IV; Hostess Club I, II; EBM III; Glee Club I, II; Future Nurses Club IV; Typing Club IV " Bill- Student Council I; Honor Roll III; Hockey Team II, III, IV; Soccer III, IV; French Club I; Ski Club II, III, V, Presi- dent II; Tennis Club II; Per- sonal Typing II; Electronics Club II; Junior Prom Com- mittee III LORETTA RAE MULLEN " Lora” Hostess Club I; French Club II; Personal Typing II; Future Teachers Club III LARRY GEORGE NISOTIS Track I, II; College Board Review III THERESA JEANNE MULLEN " Terri” Freshman Basketball I; Art Club I; Glee Club I; Echoes II; Girls Chorus II; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV NARESKI WILLIAM DEAN PARMENTER " BiH” Honor Roll III; Hockey II Intramurals II ROBERT JAMES NOWAK " Bob” Dramatics II, III PETER MERVIN PEASE " Pete " J.V. Football II THOMAS RAYMOND OWENS Honor Roll II, III; Intramu- ral Basketball II, III, IV; J.V. Baseball II, III; Bowling Club IV DENNIS FRANCIS O ' TOOLE DANIEL JAMES PALMER " Danny” Windsor High School: Stu- dent Council I; Science Club I; Student Patrol I; Early Bird Calisthenics Club I; Enfield High School: Intramural Bas- ketball II; Biology Club II; Chef Club SUZANNE CONSTANCE PARADIS Dramatics I; Student Guide I; Personal Typing II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Pep Club III; Ski Club IV; Senior Prom Committee IV PAUL GREG PANOSKY " Greg” Junior Prom Committee III; Drafting Club III, IV VINCENT JOHN PETRONE " Vinny” Intramural Basketball III, IV WILLIAM JOHN PEASE Intramural Basketball I; Woodworking Club II; Jun- ior Prom Committee III; EBM IV; Ski Club IV JEAN ANN PETERSON Intramural Basketball II, IV; Intramural Volleyball II; Fu- ture Nurses I, II; Glee Club I ROBERT ALAN PULITO Electronics Club I; Basic Elec- tricity Club IV; College Board Review IV GREGORY PAUL QUINLAN Wood Shop I; Spanish Club II; Hi-Y I, II, III; Junior Prom Committee III; Fare- well Prom Committee III; J.V. Basketball I, II; J.V. Baseball II; Weightlifting I, II, III; Wrestling I, II; J.V. Football II; Varsity Football III, IV; Track III, IV THERESA PETERS Junior Prom Committee III J.V. Football I; GeneraL Woodworking II; College Board Review IV; Drafting Club III; Dramatics IV JOANNE THERESA POHARSKI -Jo- Ski Club IV; EBM I, II, III; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III THOMAS EDWARD PEDERZOLI 60 KENNETH EDWARD PEPKA Metal Shop I, II, III JUDITH LYNN POWERS " Matches” Commerce High School; Pep Club II; Library Aid II; En- field High School: Pep Club IV ; Homeroom Representa- tive 11, III, IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; EBM IV JOYCE SUSAN PIRANIAN Y-Teens II; Senior Stenog- raphy IV JOHN DENNIS PELLEGRINO " Pell” Intramural Football I, II; In- tramural Basketball I; Hi-Y I, II ROBERT MICHAEL PORCELLO " Bob” Freshman Basketball I; J.V. Basketball II; Varsity Basket- ball III, IV; Hi-Y I, II PETITPAS " Tiny” Intramural Volleyball III; Pep Club I, II; Future Home- makers Club II " Terry” EBM I, II; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Farewell Prom Committee III SANDRA ANN POULIOT " Sandy” EBM II, III; Junior Prom Committee III 61 SANDRA ANN RATCHES DONALD PETER KAREN ANN RUGGIERO " Reggie” Intramural Volleyball III, IV; Y-Teens II PATRICK WILLIAM REILLY " Pat” Math Club I; Spanish Club II; J.V. Basketball I, II; Var- sity Basketball III, IV; Hi-Y I, II, III, IV NANCY JOAN RICKER Penny High School: Honor Roll I; Intramural Basketball I; French Club I; Enfield: Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; French Club IV LINDA JEAN ROGERSON " Lin” Intramural Basketball I, III; Varsity Basketball II; Junior Prom Committee III; Dramat- ics IV; Student Ticker IV MARION GAIL ROBERTS Personal Typing I; Hostess Club II; Dramatics II; Senior Prom Committee IV " Sandi” Intramural Volleyball II; Pei ' sonal Typing I; Junior Prom Committee III; Ski Club III, IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Homeroom Representative IV RANDAZZO Student Patrol I CHARLES JOSEPH RAGNO " Charlie” J.V. Basketball I, II; J.V. Baseball I; Varsity Basketball III, IV; Varsity Baseball II, III, IV; Varsity Football III, IV BARBARA FRANCES QUINN " Bonnie” Intramural Basketball I, II, III; Student Ticker I, II, III; Dramatics II, III, IV; Farewell Prom Committee III; Junior Prom Committee III SANDRA ELIZABETH REESE " Andy” Intramural Basketball I, II, III, IV; Pep Club III; Stu- dent Guide I; Junior Achieve- ment III; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Farewell Prom Committee III VNCY ELIZABETH REX BM II, III; Typing I FREDERICK JOHN ROMANO " Fred " Honor Roll I; Intramural Bas- ketball I; Student Ticker II, IV; Future Teachers Club II, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Junior Achievement III, IV; Dramatics IV ANNA MARIE RAVOSA " Rags " Ski Club III THOMAS ROSS Intramural Basketball II, III; Track III JAMES ROBERT ROACH " Jim” Football Manager I; J.V. Football II; Varsity Football IV DEBORAH SUSAN RESNICKOFF " Debbie” Intramural Basketball II; In- tramural Volleyball II, IV; Personal Typing I; Glee Club I, II; Senior Prom Committee III; Art Club II, III; Year- book Staff IV; Sewing Club IV SAMUEL JAMES SFERRAZZA " Sam” Honor Roll I, II, III; Student Council III, IV; National Honor Society III, IV; Latin Award III; Math Club I, II, III; Hi-Y Club IV; Personal Typing IV JAMES MICHAEL RUVOLO " Jim” Honor Roll I; Intramural Bas- ketball I, II, III, IV BRENDA ARLENE RUMILL Business Club II; Junior Prom Committee III; Ski Club III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV ROSALYNN ANNE SANTACROCE DOROTHY ANN SHEWOKIS " Dor” Junior Achievement III, IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Dramatics IV; Ski Club " Rozz " Tennis Club I, II; Intramural Volleyball II, III; Intramural Basketball II, III; Glee Club I; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee II; Library Aid II; Stu- dent Ticker II, III, IV; Jun- ior Prom Committee III; Jun- ior Achievement III, IV; Farewell Prom Committee III SUSAN CLARA RUSHFORD " Sue” Athol High School Mahar Regional: Senatus III; Teen Scene III; Office Co-Worker III; Enfield: Library Aid IV A LINDA MAE SCHOFIELD " Lynn” Honor Roll I, II; Honor So- ciety III; Enfield Business Managers I; Y-Teens II; Jun- ior Prom Committee III; Of- fice Aids IV CHARLES JOSEPH SACHELI " Chuck” F.F.A. Scholarship I; F.F.A I, II, III, IV; Honor Roll I Intramural Basketball I, II IV; Bodybuilding I 64 VINSON FRANCIS SCICOLONE " Vin” Intramural Basketball I, II; Science Club I; Glee Club I, II, III, IV; Electronics II; Debating Club II; Math Club II; Business Club IV CHRISTINE THERESA SACHELI " Chris” Honor Roll II; Personal Typ- ing I; Business Club IV LINDA MARIE RUGGIERO " Lindy” Girls Intramural Basketball I; Girls Varsity Basketball II, III, IV; Girls Varsity Volley- ball III, IV ELIZABETH ANN SARNO " Betty” Class Secretary II, III, IV; Homeroom Representative III; Yearbook Staff IV; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III GAIL FRANCES SCUDIERI Intramural Volleyball IV; In- tramural Softball IV; Personal Typing I; Girls Fashions I; Student Ticker III, IV; Usher- ette School Play III; Junior Prom Committee III; Business Club III; Dramatics IV; Sen- ior Prom Committee IV; Fare- well Prom Committee III COLLEEN MARY SCHNEIDER JANET SABELLICO " Jan ” Intramural Volleyball II, III; Intramural Basketball III; Pep Club III, IV; Student Guide I; Dramatics II, III, IV, Pres- ident IV; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III " Col” Junior Achievement IV; Intra- mural Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball II, III, IV; Dra- matics I, IV; Farewell Prom Committee II, III; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV; Ski Club IV JAMES DONALD SARNO " Jim " Honor Roll I, II; Varsity Hoc- key I, II, III, IV; Intramural Basketball I, II; Hi-Y Club IV 65 ROBERT SIEMIENKOWICZ " Bob” Business Club I; Woodwork- ing I; Chess III; Bowling IV SHIRLEY BARBARA SMITH " Smitty” Intramural Basketball III, IV; Varsity Basketball III; Volley- ball IV; Personal Typing 1; Usherette, Class Night and Graduation III; Personal Sew- ing IV EILEEN THERESA SMITH Future Nurses Club I; Li- brary Aid II, III, IV PAUL JOSEPH SKOWRON Honor Roll I, III; Representa- tive to Boys’ State III; Dance Band I, II, III, IV; Debating Club II; Hi-Y Club III, IV; Hi-Y Representative to Hart- ford III, IV; Hi-Y Vice-Presi- dent III, IV; Personal Typing IV EMILYN MARIE SMYTH " Lynn” Junior Achievement III, IV; Library Aid III, IV; Intramu- ral Basketball II, III; Student Patrol I; Farewell Prom Com- mittee II, III; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Home- room Representative III, IV; Ski Club III; Junior Prom Committee III; Class Treas- urer III, IV; Usherette III; Pep Club III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV " Mike” Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Farewell Prom Com- mittee III; Host Farewell Prom Committee III " Shorty” Intramural Basketball I, II, III, IV; Girls Varsity Basket- ball III, IV; Intramural Vol- leyball in, IV; Personal Typ- ing I; Usherette III; Personal Sewing IV Public Speaking I; Junior Var- sity Volleyball I, II, III; Rec- ord Committee II; Jamboree Committee II; Junior Prom Committee II MICHAEL EDWARD SMYTH MARILYN CAROL SMYTH DEIDRE LOU SPRINGER " Dee” fi MARCIA ELYN SPERRY Honor Roll III; Entry in Scholastic Art Awards II, III; Art Club I; Student Patrol I; Glee Club II; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Sewing Club DIANA ADELE STEIN J.V. Cheerleading II; Library Aid II; Farewell Prom Com- mittee II, III; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Student Ticker II, III, IV; Junior Achievement III, IV; Dra- matics III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III " Bill- Honor Roll II; Junior Prom Committee III; Ski Club III SHARON MARIE STIMPSON Honor Roll I; Intramural Bas- ketball I; Intramural Volley- ball III SIEDOROK " Sandy " Intramural Basketball I; Var- sity Basketball II; Future Nurses Club I; Medical Tech- nology I; Senior Prom Com- mittee WILLIAM ALFRED SIROIS GAIL ANN STEELE Personal Typing I; Senior Farewell Prom Committee II; Usherette III; Business Activi- ties IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee III Industrial Arts I, II, III; Gen- eral Woodworking II, III; Drafting III; Hockey I, II, III; Junior Varsity Football I; Varsity Football II; Weight- lifting II; Track III DONNA MARIE SIMMONS Pacci Hire The Handicapped Con- test — 1st Prize; Scholastic Art Contest II; Hi-Y I, II; Art Club I, II, III, IV; EHS Choral Society I, II; ' fennis Club II; Future Teachers Club III; EBM III; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Dramatics IV; Senior Prom Committee IV DONNA EVELYN TARANTINO Intramural Volleyball II; In- tramural Basketball II, III; Ski Club IV; Personal Typing I; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV BRUCE WILLIAM TAYLOR Honor Roll III; Chess Club I, II; Intramural Sports IV LOUIS VITO TALLARITA " Lou ' ” Intramural Basketball Man- ager I, II; J.V. Baseball II, III; Personal Typing II; Model Congress IV " Stud” Industrial Arts I; J.V. Football I, II; Weightlifting I; Track III, IV CLAIRE MARIE TENEROWICZ Honor Roll I; J.V. Cheerlead- ing I, II, Captain III; Intra- mural Volleyball II; Sopho- more Dance Committee II; Spring Concert Committee II; Americana Record Committee II; Usherette II, III; Tennis Club II, III, IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Homeroom Representative III, IV; Junior Achievement III, IV; Ski Club III, IV; Senior Prom Com- mittee IV; Yearbook Staff IV; Model Congress IV LUCILLE ELAINE STRATTON " Snookie” Art Club III, IV; Future Nurses Club IV RONALD FRANCIS STODOLSKI ROBERT TARPINIAN, JR. " Tarpo” College Board Review IV ROBERT RAYMOND THERRIEN " Bob” Honor Roll I, III; J.V. Bas- ketball I; Hockey II, III; IV; Dance Band I, II, III, IV MARY ANN SWENTICKAS Junior Achievement III, IV; Girls Fashions I; Future Nurses Club II; Ski Club III, IV; EBM III; Junior Prom Committee III; Dramatics IV; Senior Prom Committee IV KENNETH ALAN STURM " Kenny " Bodybuilding I; Soccer IV; Junior Prom Committee III; Farewell Prom Committee III Intramural Basketball II; In- tramural Volleyball II; Hostess Club I, II; EBM III, IV; Usherette III FRANCIS WAYNE TAYLOR " Fran " Woodworking I HERBERT JOSEPH TAYLOR J.V. Football I; Varsity Foot- ball II, III, IV ROBERTA JEAN STOTT " Berta” ROBERT LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI " Bob” TIMOTHY DENNIS THIBODEAU Student Patrol I, II Intramural Basketball II c - .-f PAUL FRANCIS TEVALD Dramatics II, III PATRICIA DARLENE TUBBS " Tricia” DONALD WILLIAM URICCHIO " Don” FREDERICK WAL LACE TROMBLEY Honor Roll I; Intramural Ten- nis I, II, III; J V. Basketball II; Chess Club III, IV; Dra- matics IV CAROL LYNN TYSOWSKI Personal Typing I, IV; Girls Fashions III; Dramatics IV; Glee Club IV; Art Club III JANE OLIVIA VOLUNGIS Wethersfield High: Student Council I; Enfield: Future Nurses I; Junior Achievement III, IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Dramatics III; Majorettes IV; Future Teach- ers IV; Library Aid IV Ski Club I, II, III, IV; Wood Shop Club I; Drafting Club IV Intramural Basketball I, IV; Intramural Volleyball II, IV; Girls Fashions I; Personal Typing I; Usherette II; Jun- ior Prom Committee III; French Club III; College Board Review IV Edwin O. Smith High School: Hostess Club I, II, III; Li- brary Club II; Enfield: Cleri- cal Practice Club IV; EBM IV KENNETH EDWARD VanNOSTRAND " Van Man” J.V. Basketball II; J.V. Base- ball II; Varsity Basketball III, IV FRANK CARIO VESCE Band I EVELYN SYLVIA WALLER ”Ev” 70 RICHARD ROBERT TRUMBULL •Dick” Band I, II; Student Council I; Hockey IV JAMES VITO VERDINA " Dina” Biology Club I; Personal Typ- ing II; Intramural Basketball I, 11, IV; Dramatics III LYNDA JOYCE TREPKUS Bowling II; Sewing Club III JOSEPH RALPH WALLACE " Joe” Woodworking I DIANE LAURA WAKELEE J.V. Basketball I, II; J.V. Cheerleading III; Varsity Cheerleading IV; Typing I; Dramatics I, II; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV LESLIE ANN WARDWELL " Les” Library Aid III, IV; Girls Fashions I; Spring Concert Committee II; Usherette II, III; Farewell Prom Committee III; Junior Prom Committee III; Future Teachers IV STEPHEN JOHN TREMONT " Steve " Rentavler Algebra Prize I; Na- tional Honor Society III; Representative to Eastern States Exposition IV; Bowling II; Math Club IV; Chemistry IV; Yale Symposium III GEORGE VAN TASEL Student Guide I THOMAS PAINE WIGHTMAN " Tom” Electrical Club IV; Glee Club I, II, III, IV SHEILA CHARLENE WILLEY " Sunshine” Jefferson Davis High: Student Council I, Treasurer; Honor Roll I; J.V. Basketball I; For- est Hill High: Swimming II; J.V. Basketball II; Cheerlead- ing II; Enfield: National Hon- or Society III, IV; Varsity Softball III, IV; Varsity Bas- ketball III, IV; Varsity Volley- ball III, IV RAYMOND WILLIAM WELLER " Ray” J.V. Football I, II; J.V. Base- ball I, II; Varsity Football III, IV JOHN ROGER WHITE " Jack " Varsity Track II, III, IV WLODKOSKI Future Nurses Club I; Ski Club II, III, IV; Dramatics IV Joe Intramural Basketball I, II IV; Stock Investment I; Per sonal Typing I, II, III, IV ALLAN GRIFFITH WIGHT " Al” Track I, II, III, IV; Soccer III; Varsity Football IV; Jun- ior Prom Committee III; Sen- ior Prom Committee III; Dra- matics IV SUSAN ANN WARREN " Susie Q” Intramural Basketball I; Fu- ture Nurses Club I; Glee Club II; Office Aid III WENDY LOUISE NX ' EISLEDER Honor Roll I; Intramural Vol- leyball I, IV; Varsity Softball I, II, III, IV; Varsity Basket- ball II, III, IV; Glee Club I, II; Student Council II; Soph- omore Dance Committee II; Tennis Club II, III; Junior Prom Committee III; Usher- ette III; Farewell Prom Com- mittee III; Yearbook Staff IV; Senior Prom Committee IV; Dramatics IV JOHN JAMES WHITELEY " Jack” J.V. Baseball I, II, III MARIE JAN YAKSTA Honor Roll I, ' II; National Honor Society III, IV; Usher- ette II; Junior Prom Commit- tee III; Dramatics III, IV; Li- brary Aid III, IV; Pep Club IV SUSAN LEE ZIMMERMAN " Susie” Intramural Basketball II; Sophomore Dance Committee II; Farewell Prom Committee II; Usherette III; Ski Club III, IV; Junior Prom Com- mittee II; Junior Achievement III, IV; Dramatics III; Home- room Representative III, IV; Pep Club III EDWARD FRANCIS YACOVONE " Yac” St. Albert’s Seminary: Honor Roll I, II, III; Intramural Basketball I; J. ' V. Basketball II; Varsity Baseball III; Var- sity Basketball III; ’Varsity Football III; Choir I, II, III; Enfield High School: J.V. Football IV; Dramatics IV GEORGE CHARLES ' WERNER Student Guide II, III Nicholas John Albano, Frank Edward Chmielecki, Madeline Marie Garrow, Michael Gum- kowski, Michael Anthony Loney, Joseph Jerome Martin, Edward Francis McCann, Jr., Kenneth Allen Marena, Janet Janeen Ott, Zane Martin Pu- miglia, Daniel Seoft Swenson, Jerry " rodd Wheeler LINDA ANN WHITE Personal Typing I; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Club III, IV; Dramatics III; Junior Prom Committee III; Senior Prom Committee IV I i We I : spent I our I spare i I time I ] i ! supporting the classics, As a service to our school and the music department, our sophomore class sponsored the annual Spring Concert. Girls from the class served as usherettes and sold tickets at the door. Our newly formed jazz band was introduced under the direction of Mr. Leonard DeMaio. The entire sophomore class worked diligently to make the concert the great success it was. Mr. Perrone, musical director and Linda Gademan, Soph- omore Class President acting as chairman of the Spring Concert. Two of our seniors, Joe Novak and Bob " Jinx” Jacobs at a practice session. Chris Martin, Bob Therrien, and Ken Helinski, members of the brass section, rehearsing for the Spring Concert. Clockwise, standing are: Elaine Legienza, Dianna Stein, Claire Tenerowicz, Pat Griffin, Leslie Wardweel, Pat Hall, Nancy Luczai, Evelyn Waller. i A view of the crowded dance floor. Committee Chairmen — Left to right: Susie Zimmercan, Bonnie Quinn, Rosalyn Santacroce, Gerry Fitzsimmons, and Steve May- ville. General Chairman- — Linda Gademan. Under the direction of Linda Gademan, Sophomore Class President, the Class of ' 66 undertook their first money raising proj- ect. Our Penny-less Dance proved to be an enjoyable evening for all. We printed our own tickets and worked daily on our decora- tions, publicity, and ticket sales. To the swinging music of our two bands, freshmen as well as seniors helped to boost the treas- ury of the class of ’66. sponsoring social activities Class president Bill Dripchak observes some of the cooks who made the bake sales successful. Working industriously are, lefl to right, Carolyn Barbour, Linda Gademan, Lynn Smyth, Diane D’Aleo, Susan Zimmerman, and Nanette Morin. Also contributing to the class effort are Joyce LaRussa and Kathy Leno. earning funds, BAKE SALE Because of the high operational and publication costs of our yearbook, help was needed for our finances. What better way was there to make money than to appeal to people’s appetites with delicious and tantilizing pastries and cakes? People love to eat and with all the fine cooks in our senior class the shoppers at Food Mart and Stop and Shop could not resist our wares. Many thanks to all the senior homeroom representatives and others who worked at the bake sales. Because of their efforts, our treasury was given a welcome boost. 78 Formulating plans for their company are, left to right, Susan Zimmerman, Jan Sabellico, Claire Tenerowicz, and Nan- ette Morin. JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT Junior Achievement is an extra-curricular, learn-by-do- ing activity sponsored by local businesses. Students obtain valuable experience in owning, managing, and working for a corporate enterprise by forming their own miniature companies. They learn what it really takes to run a busi- ness, and at the same time become familiar with record keeping, production and sale of products, and use of capital. This year there were four Junior Achievement com- panies: Ambiz, sponsored by CL P, Delta Rho, spon- sored by deBell Richardson, Trend, sponsored by Bige- low Sanford, and Double-O-Semble, sponsored by Bridge’s. Every Monday night juniors and seniors met to learn more about the activities of a business and had fun while they were learning. Senior members of Junior Achievement. Standing, left to right: Michael Crowley, Julia Moffett, Ann Egan, Linda Moody, Susan Zimmerman, John Fuller, Claire Tenerowicz, Linda Gademan, Bill Nareski, Diana Stein, Rick LaFleur, Francis Catania, Bette Meskell, Linda Weigle, Rosalyn San- tacroce, Claudia Belanger, John Dickson. Seated: Jane Volungis, Sandra Reese, Nancy Grondski, Nanette Morin, Miki Mokrycki. Kneeling: Pat Hall, Jan Sabellico, Lynn Smyth, Susan Bray. Putting principles into practice are, left to right, Diana Stein Nancy Grondski, Miki Mokrycki, and Bette Meskell. practicing business procedures, 79 Mr. Charles Szuberla, Superintendent of Schools, addresses the Junior Class during the induction ceremonies. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Karl D. Lee Chapter of the National Honor Society, named in honor of the former Enfield Superintendent of Schools, strives to uphold the ideals of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Vari- ous aids, such as tutoring before major exams, are performed during the course of the year by the mem- bers. Juniors who have maintained an honor average for three years are eligible for membership. A social program is held each year at which new members are inducted by the seniors. receiving recognition 80 Officers, left to right: Stephen EsUanik, president, Donald Bania, vice-president, Miki Mokrycki, treasurer, Marianne Such, secretary. academic achievement, Front row: William Hocking, Kenneth King, Gerard Dumond, Richard Falkowski, Walter Klimola, William Malinoski. Second row: Shirley Guzowski, Babette Cote, Laura Baione, Lorraine Snee, Susan Torre, Linda i eander, Lynn Riopel, Michele Pilver, Rosemarie Farley, Barbara Gwozdz, Ellen Carey. Third row: Brian Riordan, Michael Dube, Richard Scherr, George Brown, Donald Campbell, Jerald Calnen, Russell Tyler, and Lawrence Hayden. Senior members, standing, left to right: Pat Hall, Stephen Olesk y, Sal Orefice, Bill Dripchak, Sam Sferrazza, Joe McGrath, Pol Holt, Ann Egan, Linda Gademan. Seated: Carolyn Barbour, Lynn Cybulski, Laurie Millet, Marilyn Cherry, Claudia Belanger. STUDENT Senior members, left to right, standing: Ellen FitzGibbons, Alma Maldonado, Micheline Mokrycki, Richard Bellico, Joseph McGrath, and Samuel Sferrazza. The Enfield High Student Coun- cil was organized with several ob- jectives in mind. Among them were the interpretation of student opin- ion, the encouragement of good citizenship and better student- teacher relationship, the fostering of better school spirit, the enacting of legislation beneficial to the general welfare of the school and review- ing the requests of school clubs and classes to sponsor activities involv- ing the student body. representing Student Council Officers, left to right: Alma Maldonado, Secretary; David Nelson, Treasurer; Micheline Mokrycki, President; Samuel Sferrazza, Committee Steering Chairman, and Richard Belli- co, Vice-President. 82 COUNCIL Each year the Council sponsors fund raising activities to provide a scholarship given at graduation. In the last few years, the Coun- cil has formulated an International Day Program in which foreign-ex- change students visit our school and relate different aspects of their life. It has been hoped to achieve through this program a better un- derstanding of both countries and people and to promote interest in having a foreign-exchange program. Junior Members, left to right: Terrence Calnen, Duane Nelson, Peter Grace, Laura Baione, Larry Baione, David Nelson, and Jerry Calnen. our classes, Sophomore Members, left to right: Dale Bellida, Susan Flanagan, Richard Malley, Lorna Bailey, Matthew Alaimo, Linda Kedikas, and Colleen Smith. 83 Senior Members, seated: Leslie Wardell, Mary Ann Lucas, Jane Volungis, Nancy Luczai. Standing: Rick LaFIeur, Fred Romano. learning of our FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The Future Teachers main ob- jective for the year 1965-66 was the Warehouse Point Receiving Home Project. Each week students visited the home to entertain the children. With the supervision of Mrs. Mullen, the club’s advisor, the service proved to be rewarding to both the children and the club members. Guest speakers included teachers and guidance directors from our school as well as teachers from other local schools. The club’s pur- pose, to stimulate student’s interest in teaching and to activate their growth as outstanding teachers, be- came a reality in our senior year. Officers, left to right: Linda Kinsley, Treasurer; Kathy O ' Brien, Secretary; Leslie ' ' X ardell, President; Mary Ann Lucas, Vice-President. 84 ■v Officers, left to right: Janet Goff, president; Sharon Zywiak, treasurer; Lorraine Snead, vice-president; Dale Bellida, historian; Mary Olko, secretary. FUTURE NURSES CLUB Started in October, 1962, the Future Nurses Club is open to all students interested in nursing. Mem- bers become involved in many ac- tivities such as visiting and helping people in nursing homes and or- phanages. Trips are also taken to local hospitals. Speakers in different fields of nursing talk to the students to acquaint them with some of the many varied aspects of nursing. Mrs. Josephine Epstein, the school nurse, has acted as the advisor to this activity. chosen professions, Senior Members, standing, left to right: Beverly Bacewicz, Paulette Godbois, Margaret Jensen. Seated: Sandra Bud- long, Barbara Mylek, Mrs. Epstein, Janet Goff, Claudia Dupuis. Senior Library Aides, standing, left to right: Carol Borawski, Lesley Wardell, Lorita Millett, Jane Volungis, Nancy Murray, Janet Goff. Kneeling, left to right: Eileen Smith, Rosalyn Santacroce, Ellen August, Nancy Luczai, and Joyce LaRussa. aiding in the stacks, LIBRARY AIDES The Library Aides give interested students the opportunity to work in the library one or two days a week during their study periods. This year, in addition to the records previously available, the library has installed new apparatus for the benefit of the students, such as a copying machine and a tape recorder. Library Aides learn how to operate the equipment, which enables them to be of service to the students. The group also sponsors various activities. This year they entertained an author and other Library Aide groups from neighboring high schools. They also attended various meetings and state workshops. Students who meet certain minimal require- ments may receive academic credit for library aide work. 86 Sentor at W ork, left to right: Lesley Wardwell; Nancy Luczai, President; Joyce LaRussa; Lorita Millett; Jane Volungis. School Store, senior members from left to right: Susan Lansburg, Ann Marie Liucci, Joanne Grille, Susan Leander, Christine Sacheli, Karen Cusimano, Carol Borawski. serving the students and faculty, E.B.M. The purpose of the Enfield Business Managers Club is to aid the school in any of its business transactions and give the members an advanced knowledge of business through practical experi- ence. The members operate the school store for the benefit of the entire student body. This year they sought advertising and planned the program for the school play, Oklahoma. Each year the club sponsors Play Day, to finish off the school year with a grand flourish. E.B.M. Club officers, left to right: Karen Cusimano, secre- tary; Susan Lansburg, vice-president; Judy McCracken, pres- ident; Ann Marie Liucci, treasurer. Il HOSTESS CLUB Through the Hostess Club, juniors and seniors learn the essentials of be- coming good homemakers. With Mrs. Cassidy as ad- viser, the girls study flower and table arrangements. They have contributed to the success of several school functions, such as the open house by provid- ing eye-pleasing refresh- ments. preparing for future roles, Senior Members, standing, leji to right: Sam Sferrazza; Joe Novak; Haul Skowron, vice-president; Ron Chmura, secretary and treasurer; Howard Crane; Joe McGrath. Seated; Tom Kozaczka, president. HI-Y The Enfield Hi-Y is one of the most active groups in the school. It emphasizes funda- mentals of government through student participation. During the past few years the Hi-Y has succeeded in sending delegates to Youth in Government in Hartford, and to the National Hi-Y Congress in Minnesota. It also has fund raising projects to cover ex- penses for its activities and for charities. Hi-Y membership is a rewarding experience for any high school boy. Hostess Club members, standing, left to right: Terry Petig, Loretta Mullen, and Joanne Poharski, serve several of their classmates, seated, left to right: Stephen Estvanik, Diane D’Aleo, and Linda Gademan. SKI CLUB Open to all enthusiasts of one of the fastest growing winter sports, the ski club is one of Enfield High’s largest clubs. Mr. Gawle serves as adviser; Jan Nareski, president; Bill Nareski, vice-president; Jan Wojnar, secretary; Gary Gody, treasurer. This year the club took several trips to Mt. Tom and Thunder Mountain. Several other journeys were planned, but an early thaw forced their cancellation. Instead, members view ' ed films of skiing and had displays of the latest in ski equipment and apres-ski attire. Several ski club members studiously put their knowledge to use. enjoying ourselves on the slopes Senior members, standing, left to right: Mr. Gawle, adviser; Carolyn Barbour; Bill Nareski, vice- president; Ann Egan; Pat Hall; George Bryant; Susan Zimmerman; Sue Leander; Linda Gademan; Nanette Morin. Kneeling and seated, left to right: Claire Tenerowicz, Miki Mokrycki, Lynn Smyth, John Fuller, Rick LaFleur. entertaining E.H.S. Officers, left to right: Alma Maldonado, secretary; Janet Sabellico, president; Tim Riley, vice-pres- ident; Bonnie Quinn, treasurer. Herb Taylor and Rick LaFleur hard at work on scenery. Left to right: Mr. Frank Gawle, Fred Trombley, Ken Goguen, Chet Arachy, John Ashton, George Bryant, Bill Dripchak, Tom Pederzoli, Greg Quinlan, Rick LaFleur, Beverly Bacewicz, Linda Cormier, Dianna Stein, Kathy Leno, Claudia Dupuis, Alma Maldonado, Janet Sabellico, Laurita Mil- let, Bonnie Quinn. Allan Wight is performing an acrobatic feat. with dramatic productions, Mr. Gawle and Joe Novak make scenery for Oklahoma. DRAMA CLUB During the past three years we have watched the slow tedious process of producing ordinary plays into theatrical masterpieces. Opening night, at each annual performance was a tribute and accomplishment of months of hard work. Under the direction of Mr. Frankin Gross, such plays as The Hasty Heart, Teahouse of the August Moon, Inherit the Wind, and Oklahoma were presented. The club is directed under the guild system whereby students can advance from apprentice to master. When they have become experienced members, they can become Lamplighters. Credit must also be given to the numerous technicians and " stage-hands” whose undying support made the flower of success bloom. 91 Band members, under the direction of Mr. DeMaio: Front row, left to right: Harold Madsen, Alan Lorreno, Bruce Heuner, David Bartlett. Chris Asselin, George Bryant, Phil Browne, Kathy Leno, Robert Blais, Todd Paterson, David Parlin, Kathy Mori- arty, Joseph Sellers. Second row, left to right: Robert Therrien, Chris Martin, Tom O ' Toole, Ken Hilinski, Paul Skowron, Nicho- las Santella, John Chamberlain, Mark Brightenfeld, Richard Lee, Marilyn Myers, Beverly Becewicz, Third row, left to right: Bernie Edwards, David Bruce, David Isabelle, Zane Pumiglia, Earl Reyn- olds, John Stewart, Albert Albetsky, Ed O ' Rourke, and Roy Campe. Fourth row, left to right: Robert Jacobs, Glen Worther, Charles Scott, Mike Eoley, John O ' Dell, Richard LeBorious, Ray Bouchard, Gerald Masterless, Paul Kohler. Standing: Joe Novak, John Prazner, Larry Lynch, and Eddy Ott. providing it CONCERT BAND Over the past few years a new enthusiasm has arisen in the high school through the efforts of our school band. The band has taken an athletic front by playing at home football and basket- ball games. They have also taken a more serious role in the Christmas and Spring Concert and parades which occur during the year. The band group plays various types of music including traditional, modern, and contemporary. Their latest undertaking is Oklahoma for our school drama group. We attribute much of our success to our band director, Mr. Leonard DeMaio, and the seniors who are leaving this year. They are the following: Robert Jacobs, Robert Therrien, Chris Martin, Mike Foley, Zane Pumiglia, Paul Skowron, Phil Browne, Kathy Leno, George Bryant, Joe Novak, Marilyn Myers, and Beverly Bacewicz. Left to right: Ken Hilinski, Phil Browne, Robert Jacobs, Mike Foley. Front row, left to right: Chris Asselin, Paul Skowron, Robert Chamberlain, Phil Browne, George Bryant, David Isabelle. Second row, left to right: Bob Therrien, Chris Martin, Ken Hilinski, Tom O ' Toole, Bob Jacobs, Joe Novak. Third row, standing: Mike Foley, John O’Dell, Richard LeBorious, Glen ' Worther, Ray Bouchard. with music, ]KTL BAND Our school Jazz Band is composed of a group of skilled musicians who are specially selected from the regular band for their playing ability and interest. Since its beginning in 1963, the Jazz Band has participated in many school and outside activities and has been featured on the recording, Americana. The Jazz Band has played a variety of material, from traditional dance band pieces to contemporary jazz. Left to right: Phil Browne and George Bryant of the Jazz Band. dancing under a Chairmen of the Junior Prom: lejt to right: Joyce LaRussa, Nanette Morin, Pat Hall. Miki Mokrycki, Betty Sarno, Rosalyn Santacroce, and Steve ayville, general chairman. Steve Mayville, general chairman of the Junior Prom, Athenian Sunset. ATHENIAN SUNSET The time finally arrived when our junior class could display their creative ability. On May 7, 1965, entering through the Hellenic arches, the couples were greeted by the host and hostess, Barry Masterson and Mo Mercik. The juniors relived a night of Grecian ec- stasy. We danced to the music of the Joe Chopus Combo in the shadows of Doric columns and Athenian facades. The couples were reluctant to leave the enchanted land of Greece. 94 The grand march at the junior prom, Athenian Sunset. Grecian sunset, Barry Masterson and Mo Mercik, host and hostess of the junior prom. Couples enjoying themselves at the junior prom dancing to the music of the Joe Chopus Combo. 95 Left to right: Marcia Sperry, Pat Hall, Beryl Baker, Lynn Smyth, William Dripchak, Tom Kozaczka, Nanette Morin, Betty Sarno, Miki Mokrycki, and Rosalyn Santacroce. bidding farewell to the CAROUSEL In turn, we, as the Junior class, presented the farewell prom to the graduating seniors and rallied a large am- bitious group of classmates for the unforgettable prom Carousel, the setting was of carnival romance with pastels and gaiety in every corner. Nanette Morin was chairman in the creative merry-go-round of three dimensional ani- mals surrounding the dance floor and drawn together with the swirling fantasia of colored crepe paper over- head. The night was enhanced by the presence of our host- and hostess, Mike Smyth and Diane D’Aleo, greeting the guests and circulating throughout the evening. Aesthetic beauty was woven through the room with the well-known A1 Jarvis Band playing reminiscent mel- odies and the refreshment stand staying well equipped with the tempting delights. As the evening progressed and the hour came to bid farewell, all left in good spirits. 96 Mike Smyth and Diane D ' AIeo, Host and Hostess. King and Queen, Tom Quinlan and Doric Sullivan. class of ’65, King and Queen, Tom Quinlan and Doric Sullivan, lead the grand march of the Farewell Prom. Mike Smyth and Diane D ' Aleo crown Tom Quinlan and Doric Sulli- van as King and Queen of the Farewell Prom. VISIONS OF SUGARPLUMS On the wintry evening of December 10th, under the direction of Nanette Morin, the Senior Prom, Visions Of Sugarplums, was held. The couples were greeted by the host and hostess. Gene Bence and Linda Moody, and various mischievous elves. With the Twelve Days of Christmas looking down upon them, the guests entered a snowy evening filled w th snowmen, beautifully wrapped presents, and Visions Of Sugarplums. While dancing beneath the floating snowflakes, colorful holly balls, and swirling streamers, the couples were reminded of the coming Christmas season. Santa drew the evening to a close by bestowing candy canes upon all good little boys and girls. General Chairman, Nanette Morin. T T • • • recalling visions Committee Chairmen, left to right: Linda Moody, Bette Meskell, Ann Egan, Jim Noyes, Nanette Morin, Betty Sarno, and Lynn Smyth. 98 Dick Prior and Orchestra furnish the music for this scene. Host and Hostess, Gene Bence and Linda Moody. of sugarplums, Couples happily conversing at the refreshment stand Santa after his premature arrival at our Senior Prom. Rick LaFleur, Editor of the Student Ticker. STUDENT TICKER Learning more about the professional world each year, the Ticker staff now produces a paper everyone can be proud of. During our stay we have seen it progress from a stack of mimeo- graphed papers to a professional looking journal. From the many contributions submitted by members of each class have emerged outstanding articles and editorials on school events. Responsible for the progress and success of the Ticker are the dedicated editors, without whom the Ticker would never be a functioning part of our school. Student body, Standing, left to right: Susan Sharon, Mary Olko, Sharon Zywiak, Charlene Weiss, Roger LaFleur, Dianna Stein, Mike Mahoney, Terry Calnen, Mrs. Barbara Dawson, advisor, Judi Bowman. Seated, left to right: Rosalyn Santacroce, Laurita Millett, Laura Baione, Kathy Steinert. Kneeling: Doug DelFini. 100 YEARBOOK STAFF Each year members of the graduating class are chosen who will be dedicated to the task of producing a reflec- tive yearbook. The yearbook staff works throughout the year to produce a yearbook our whole class can be proud of. Under the direction of the Editor-in-Chief, a network of various groups performs diverse tasks. The first project was to choose a theme. After several meetings during w ' hich many suggestions and sketches for covers were discussed, the staff settled on a theme of bal- ance and selected a design for the present cover. This was only the start however, and the staff soon learned w ' hat was necessary to publish a yearbook. There were committee meetings to attend and weekend meetings at the editor’s house. As the deadlines approached, the latter took on an immense importance as the time w ' as not available to complete the work at school. There were pic- tures to be taken, developed, cast aw-ay and retaken. The selected pictures then had to be cropped and captioned. The meetings at times neared chaos as staff members strove to correlate the conglomaration of pictures, cap- tions, copy and running heads. Eventually however, the deadlines were met and the staff breathed a sigh of relief that they had accomplished what they had set out to do.- Linda Gademan, Editor-in-Chief record, keep tng a Stephen Estvanik, Assistant Editor Bette MeskelK Literary Edito diligently, Left to right: Ann Egan, Kathy Liucci, Ellen August, Diane Ingraham. Left to right: Betty Meskell, Pat Hall, Howard Crane, Ellen FitzGibbons, Lynn Smyth. choosing BEST ALL AROUND GIRL AND BOY Beryl Baker and Bill Dripchak GIRL AND BOY MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Linda Gademan and Stephen Tremont MOST POPULAR GIRL AND BOY Pat Hall and Rick LaFleur MOST ATHLETIC GIRL AND BOY Wendy Weisleder and Mike Angelica MOST BUSINESSLIKE GIRL AND BOY Nanette Morin and Billy Pease BEST DRESSED GIRL AND BOY Donna Tarantino and Bill Backhaus CLASS ACTOR AND ACTRESS John Ashton and Janet Sabellico our favorites, HANDSOMEST BOY AND MOST ATTRACTIVE GIRL Jack Herold and Bette Meskell MOST COURTEOUS AND CONSIDERATE PERSON Miki Mokrycki WITTIEST GIRL AND BOY Marilyn Markus and Tom Kozaczka tng CUTEST GIRL AND BOY Suzanne Paradis and Herbie Taylor 106 19 CLASS ARTIST Andrea Caruso MOST CHEERFUL PERSON Mo Mercik our best. CLASS SCIENTIST Steve Estvanik CLASS MUSICIAN George Bryant 107 Strolling through the spacious halls of our hotel. Oh my feet! Stop the bus ! Charge ! We re almost ready. 108 WASHINGTON TRIP Because of the size of our class, Washington was invaded by two different groups of seniors this year. With anxious anticipation we awaited the long jour- ney to the National Capital. With tired feet but questioning minds, we visited the Lincoln Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, and Mount Vernon. Some ambitious seniors even climbed the Washington Monument. Perhaps the bus rides were the most memorable part of the trip. Or maybe the cafeterias where we ate our meals? After our five hour stop-over in New York, most of us were ready to get home for a good night’s rest after an unforgettable week. Sightseeing at Annapolis. • • expenenctng a memorable vacation. Casino de Commodore Where are the boys? You found that in my suitcase? no First row, left to right: manager Ron Goulet, Bruce Winters, Wayne Kowalchuk, James Toohey, Frank Scalia, Kirk Banks, Roger Pease, Bill Fuller, George Classon, and Larry Pease. Second row, left to right: Bob Desormier, Mike Angelica, Greg Quinlan, John Longo, Rick LaFleur, Jack Jace- wicz, John Ashton, Bob Bohman, Jay Fuller, Herb Taylor, Ray Weller, Gerry McDougal, Ed McCann, Nate Hale, Jim Roach, and Charlie Ragno. on the FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 25 Enfield 6 Ludlow 6 Oct. 18 Enfield 13 Holyoke Catholic 0 Oct. 15 Enfield 6 Palmer 6 Oct. 23 Enfield 12 East Longmeadow 16 Oct. 30 Enfield 28 Minnechaug 0 Nov. 6 Enfield 6 South Hadley 6 Nov. 13 Enfield 21 Longmeadow 0 Third row: Coach Lamana, Coach Sugalski, Randy Ladd, Frank Thompson, Joe Nosal, Danny Naughton, Russ Tyler, Dave Tucker, Rob Robinson, John Ackerman, Tom Bernard, John O’Dell, Coach Lyons, and Coach Keller. gridiron, THE FOOTBALL SEASON The 1965 Green Raider football team compiled a 3 win, 1 loss and 3 tie record. On September 25, the Enfield Raiders were host to Ludlow. The Raiders drew first blood in the first period when Russ Tyler and Charlie Ragno, a familiar combination to En- field fans, teamed up for a 35-yard touchdown aerial. The Ludlow team later scored in the second period. Our defense, led by co-captain Bob Bohman and mainstay John Ashton, prevented another score by Ludlow. And thus the game ended in a tie — the third out of 7 games in the last two years. The next game was against Holyoke Catholic on Friday, October 8th. This marked the first night game that the Green Raiders had played since 1952. This time Enfield showed its running game in the forms of Herb Taylor and Mike Angelica, who had touch- down runs of 31 and 28 yards respectively. A fine defensive effort was turned in by Greg Quinlan and Mike Angelica. John Fuller kicked a point after touchdown to make it a 13-0 victory. In the next game on October 16, a Suburban Lea- gue encounter, Enfield traveled to Palmer to play the Panthers. In the first quarter the Raiders scored when Russ Tyler faded back to pass and finding his re- ceiver covered raced 40 yards to a touchdown. Again fullback Herb Taylor gained a large chunk of yardage and Greg Quinlan contributed a good defensive effort. But with one minute before the final gun, the Pan- Bob Bohman, co-captain. blocking Jay Fuller, co-captain. thers were able to push over a score and the Raiders left the field with another tie. In the next game on October 23, the Green Wave visited the Spartans of East Longmeadow. The win- hungry Raiders scored a touchdown in the first period on the fine mnning of fullback Taylor and the pass- catching of Ragno. Center Jack Jacewicz recovered a fumble in the end zone to score the touchdown. Later a Tyler-to-Ragno pass chalked up another six points and at the end of the first half the Raiders were ahead 12-0. But in the second half the Raiders seemed to lose their momentum and but for fine defensive ef- forts of Jack Jasewicz, Mike Angelica, John Ashton, Bob Bohman, and Ray Weller, the game would have ended with a more lopsided score than 16-12 in favor of the Spartans. Next on October 30, the weary Raiders opened a 3 game home stand when the Minnechaug Falcons invaded Enfield. By the end of the day, the Falcons’ wings had been clipped. Enfield stmck early in the first quarter on mns by Angelica and Taylor and a one yard plunge by Tyler. The run for the point after touchdown was successful and the Raiders led 8-0. In the second quarter, Charlie Ragno intercepted a Falcon pass and took the ball 30 yards for another score. Mike Angelica ran for the extra two points and the Raiders were ahead l6-0. Then the Raiders scored again with a combination of Tyler-to-Ragno passes and Enfield led 22-0 at halftime. In the third quarter, after runs by Tyler and Taylor, Tyler hit Ragno with a 4 yard aerial TD and the Raiders led 28-0. Enfield’s sophomores finished the game. Again Enfield produced a brilliant defensive effort. Rick LaFleur, Bob Desormier, Jack Jacewicz, Charlie Rag- no, John Longo, and Ray Weller turned in note- worthy performances. On the offensive side, the run- ning of Taylor and Angelica and the 3 touchdown output by Ragno helped complement the defense and give Enfield its best all-around performance of the season. On November 6, winless South Hadley visited En- field. The Tigers scored midway in the first quarter to take a 6-0 lead. For a while it looked as if the game would end that way. Both teams turned in good de- fensive performances. But with a minute left in the fourth quarter, Enfield got its hands on the ball. Successive passes from Tyler to junior Dave Tucker moved Enfield to the Tigers’ five yard line. Then with 13 seconds left Tyler fired to Ragno in the end zone for six points. ' Then came the try for extra point, but the South Hadley team stopped the mnning play. ' The game ended in a 6-6 deadlock, the third for the Raiders in six games. Again the mainstays of the defensive line were Jack Jacewicz, John Ashton, and Bob Bohman. On November thirteenth, the Green Wave was host to their traditional rival, Longmeadow, on a rain- soaked field. Midway in the first quarter, Gerry Mc- 114 1 [ l ' ( Dougel ran twice and Mike Angelica carted the ball fifteen yards for six points, then the Raiders led 16-0. In the second quarter Tyler threw to Ragno to the Lancer’s fifteen; six plays later Herb Taylor bulled over for another six points, and a Tyler to Ragno pass made it 14-0 at half-time. Then in the fourth quarter, Tyler hit Ragno for an 18 yard TD, and John Fuller added more icing to the cake when he kicked the ball through the uprights for the point after and a 21-0 final score. Those who contributed their efforts were Gerry McDougal, Mike Angelica and Charlie Ragno. Defensive stickouts were Greg Quinlan, John Fuller, John Longo, Rich LaFleur, John Ashton, Bob Bohman and Ray Weller. Other steady performers for Enfield this year were ends Jim Roach, Jack Herold and Nate Hale, and punter Ed McCann. To cap off the season, Charlie Ragno, leading team scorer the last two seasons, was voted All-Suburban League end for the second year in a row, and Bob Bohman was voted All-Suburban League tackle. At the awards dinner, Ragno was pre- sented with the Most Valuable Player award. Enfield’s defense again was the highpoint of the football season. With graduation. Coach Lamana will lose most of his defensive team, his offensive line, and part of the starting backfield. Next year an experi- enced backfield will return, headed by Russ Tyler, Joe Nosal, and Erank Thompson. We wish good luck to next year’s team and hope they also produce a win- ning record and capture the league title. the pass. Charlie Ragno Jack Jacewicz Herb Taylor 1 Mike Angelica Ray Weller receiving Ragno churns for big yardage. Gerry McDougal Mike skirts end. 116 John Longo the hall, John Ashton Rick LaFleur Ray Weller comes up to block for Dave Tucker in a tense game with South Hadley. Advice on the sidelines. 117 Half-time strategy that won the year. defending Greg Quinlan Ed McCann 118 Bob Desormier Another score for " The Raiders” our line . . . Nat Hale Jim Roach Joyous celebration. Front row, left to right: Bill Martin, Paul Sirois, John Rug- giero, Jim Bergeran. Middle row, left to right: Rich Malley, Jim Reveruzzi, Ken Breedon, tri-captain. Bill Dripchak, tri- captain, Mike Foley, tri-captain, David Wence, Bob Jones. Back row, left to right: Mr. Easton, John Hughes, manager. Bob Kilby, Joe Homicky, Rich Gwordz, Ron Gravel, Ken Sturn, Bill Nareski, Mr. Fogarty. on the FIRST SUCCESSFUL SOCCER SEASON Soccer, a relatively new sport at Enfield High, en- joyed its first winning season with a 4 win, 3 loss, and 2 tie record. The Raider hooters played a com- bination varsity and junior varsity schedule. Co-captains Mike Foley, Ken Breedon and Bill Dripchak sparked the team with senior Foley and junior Breedon leading the scoring with 7 and 8 goals respectively. Senior defensemen Bill Nareski, Bob Jones, Ken Strum, Ron Gravel and Bill Drip- chak helped stop the ball from penetrating the goal and they forwarded it up to the offensive line. The Raiders played several good games of which the overtime victory over the East Longmeadow varsity was the most thrilling. In the first overtime period, Foley rocked the ball past the Spartan’s goalie, Stietz, and into the nets. This was the best all-around game that the Green Wave played. Next year Coach Easton is expecting 15 returnees and hopes to complete another winning season. We wish him good luck in his ventures. SCORES Enfield 1 Windsor 3 Enfield 1 East Longmeadow 0 Enfield 1 Rockville 1 Enfield 4 East Windsor 1 Enfield 2 East Grandby 4 Enfield 4 Alumni 3 Enfield 1 East Windsor 1 Enfield 4 South Windsor 1 Enfield 4 Windsor Locks 3 Enfield 0 Chicopee 3 120 iM -.V ' ,- ' ' - ‘-c A " ■ ' ' ' ' • . ■•• - -- . •, • ' ■»-V ' « »- JL. • -. ■ 4 Mike on the move. Bill Nareski Mike Foley, co-captain. • H Nareski ' s kick blocked. Bill Dripchak, co-captain. Ken Sturm Bob Jones Ron Gravel kicking for the goal . , . Hewes moving down field. Bill taking it the other way. Ken on the oflFense. ■r ' Front row, left to right: Eddy Ott; Ray White; John Clarkin, co-captain; Dave White; Paul Sirois; Bill Nareski; Bob Therrien. Back row, left to right: Mr. Tenero; Mr. Keaney; Larry Prickett; Jim Sarno, co-captain; Mike Bergeran; Rich Trumball; George Bryant; Mike Ross; John Ashton. on the rink . THE VARSITY HOCKEY SEASON The 1965-66 season marked the fourth year of varsity hockey competition for the Enfield High School team. During this most demanding season a 5-10 overall record was achieved. Departing senior members are: John Clarkin and Jim Sarno, co-captains, Jack Jace- wicz. Bob Therrien, George Bryant, Dick Trumbull, John Ashton, Bill Nareski, John Pellegrino, and Joe Hutchinson. Front row, left to right: John Ackerman, Mike Angelica, Dave McCord; Dave Peturssen, Bob Porcello, Pat Reilly. Back row, left to right: Coach Angelica; Mike Foley; John Ravenola; Russ Tyler; Ken Van Nostrand, captain; David Tucker; James Arietti; Mike Rubba, manager. on the court, VARSITY BASKETBALL SEASON The Enfield Green Raiders compiled the 65-66 season with a 5 win, 10 loss recor d. But it can be said that the record is not a true picture of the season. Enfield started off the season by accepting an in- vitation to the jamboree at South Hadley. There they whipped a strong South Hadley team in an abbrevi- ated game. Next the Raiders officially opened their season and a three game home stand with a home victory over Springfield Commerce. Then followed a heartbreaking one point loss to East Longmeadow. The Raiders started a rally late in the third, period but were not able to sustain it. Then the Raiders took on a strong Agawam and lost by a score of 70 to 59. The Green Wave then ventured from home to sweep by Commerce again, Longmeadow and Easthart pton. Future potential was shown in the talent of Russ Tyler as he threw in 35 points against the Eagles. The high flying Raiders then took on Lu dlow at home, and they were beaten by a score of 68-60. Then followed a loss to Minne- chaug, another one point loss to East Longmeadow and another to Agawam. The Raiders finally broke their losing streak with a solid 13 point win over Longmeadow. Easthampton then invaded the Raider’s court, and the high-flying Eagles were able to chalk up a thrilling overtime victory. The Raiders then lost to Springfield Tech, Minnechaug again and Ludlow. The season showed many surprises from the dis- covery of the talent held by Russ Tyler to the speed capable of being held by one team. Although not enjoying a winning season the team did feel a tremendous amount of support from the spectators and from the student body at Enfield High. 124 sail Mike Angelica Ken Van Nostrand, captain sinking the ball Mike dribbles down court. Ken leaps for another. 125 Bob Porcello Dave drives in a basket. awaiting Dave McCord Tucker adds two more. 126 the rebound, guarding the basket . . . 127 Front row, left to right: Linda Segler, Barbara Rose, Linda Gavin, Kathy Steinert. Middle row, left to right: Janice Howell, Beverly Jezek, Stasia Wezowicz, Linda Montoya, Sue Thayer, Carol Mori- arty. Back row, left to right: Louise Curley, Mrs. Bryant, Linda Ruggiero, Sheila Willey, Wendy Weisleder, captain; Marilyn Smyth, Carolyn Barbour, Doree n Kennedy. battling for points . . . Wendy drives n for a basket. GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL The 1965-66 basketball season proved to be a successful one for the girls as they placed second in their league. Through many a practice and the coaching of Mrs. Bryant, the girls compiled an 8-2 record. Their only two losses were to the league winner, Ware High School. Throughout the season, the title for high scorer was a constant battle between junior, Linda Montoya and senior, Wendy Weisleder, with Linda finally ending as high scorer with 135 points. Seniors who participated on the team and helped generate team spirit were Sheila Willey, captain Wendy Weisleder, Linda Ruggiero, Col- leen Schneider, Marilyn Smythe, and Carolyn Barbour. SCHEDULE OLA 16 Enfield 26 Monson 25 Enfield 35 Ludlow 15 Enfield 39 East Hampton 32 Enfield 34 Ware 33 Enfield 19 Palmer 26 Enfield 43 Monson 24 Enfield 36 Ludlow 23 Enfield 49 East Hampton 19 Enfield 27 Ware 35 Enfield 23 128 Beryl Baker, co-captain Pat Hall, captain Jeanne Marinaccio Diane Wakelee with encouraging cheers, Front row, left to right: Jeanie Marinaccio; Beryl Baker, co-captain; Pat Hall, captain; Gerry Schianca; Diane Wakelee. Back row, left to right: Rosemary Sullivan, Nancy Keller, Jane Sanger, Linda Porcello, Cetta An- gelica, Peggy DiMaria. CHEERLEADERS During the football season, a group of green and white clad girls were very noticeable in front of the home stands. Known as the Varsity Cheerleaders, this group, armed with a never- say-die spirit and seemingly boundless energy, cheered the Green Raiders on to victory. During the basketball season, their spirit and energy remained in evidence as they aroused the crowci’s enthusiasm and continued to cheer the team on. Under the watchful eyes of their advisors. Miss Fitzgerald and Miss Dearborn, captain Pat Hall, co-captain Beryl Baker, and senior mem- bers, Jeanne Marinaccio and Diane Wakelee worked long hours to perfect their individual and combined efforts which brought applause from both sides. 129 Front row, left to right: Co-captains, Marie Yaksta and Ellen August. Back row, left to right: Diane Nadeau, Cindy Shea, Sue Alaimo, Carolyn Maylott, Priscilla Maldanado, Kathy Grenier, Jane Valungis, Laura Baione. with batons in hand, MAJORETTES In their green and white corduroy uniforms, the majorettes are a colorful and lively addition to half-time activities during the football and basketball seasons. Under the guidance of their advisor, Miss Shea, and the leadership of Ellen August and Marie Yaksta, the group learned to perform intricate routines which pleased the attending crowds. Carolyn Maylott Jane Volungis 130 f ' S ' Sl?’55! fisiaitgjK pi«ioijr( ' rft r P ' iii ■ ' »r Sm iim imii, IBI lj5J;j T. Bi!;j7 ' . ' ! S i ®t. • «» j5ti !£i i «i«iv 4i5i«i? in skillful formations . . . Front row, left to right: Marietta Cicoria, Domenica Cicoria, Grace Ingraham, Lillian Chrusciel, Lynn Dumond. Top row, left to right: Lenora Lepore, Mary Sferrazza, Sharon Falkowski, Linda Stanzione, Lynn Riopel. Senior members Marietta Cicoria, Sharon Flakowski, Domenica Cicoria. DRILL TEAM The " Raiderettes” had another successful year in 1965-66. The purpose of the Drill Team is to offer an opportunity for the girls to gather together to promote school spirit. Many football and basketball routines were created by the girls, accompanied by Mr. DeMaio and his band, to entertain the fans. The officers this year are Sharon Falkowski, captain, Cheryl Copas, co-captain, Roberta Millet, secretary, and Domenica Cicoria, treasurer. Back row, left to right; Coach Angelica, Gerry McDougal, John Ravenola, Russ Tyler, John Haden, Mike Gale, Tom Owens, Assistant Coach Bob Brommage. First row, left to right: Tim Riley, Randy Ladd, Dave McCord, Mike Angelica, Laney David, Louis Tallarita, Bill Malinowski, Rick Baril. on the baseball diamond BASEBALL TEAM This year’s team promises to be one of the best Enfield has ever produced. A strong infield seems to be the Green Raider’s insurance of a respectable record. Hoping to make up for a weak outfield is strong hitting and the reliable keystone combination of Dave McCord and Chick Ragno. Making up for last year’s loss of seniors and prom- ising to bring the team to greater victories in this season’s playoffs are Dave McCord, Charles Ragno, Lou Tallarita, Gerry McDougal, Mike Angelica, Tom Owens and Rick Baril. This year’s loss will be next year’s gain with juniors Bill Malinowski, Russ Tyler and John Ravenola. Mike Angelica 132 Louis Tallarita Tommy Owens Dave McCord driving in runs . . . Rick Baril Gerry McDougal and on the track. TRACK TEAM The Enfield High School Track Team will be en- tering its third season of Valley Wheel competition with high hopes for a good year. Coaches Frank Gawle and John Hagberg say that the team is begin- ning to round out now that the team has been organ- ized for a few years. They hope to have a well- rounded team with good strength in every event in- stead of just a few individual stars that have devel- oped in the past few years. Returning seniors who will help the team are John Fuller, captain; Walter Kirchmirer; Ron Gravel; John Fowler; John White; Allen White; Herb Taylor; and Rick LaFleur. Other seniors out for the first time that are ex- pected to help are John Ashton, Ray Weller, Bob Por- cello and Jeff Stevens. Senior members of the Track Team. Standing, left to right: Ron Gravel; Greg Ouinlan; Nate Hale; and Mr. Frank Gawle, track coach. Kneeling, left to right: John Fuller, Bob Jones, and Herb Taylor. Captain John Fuller 134 are advertised by our loving friends WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE PATRONS AND PATRONESSES John R. Adler Mr. and Mrs. Sol Aligata Mr. and Mrs. Harold August Mrs. Dudley M. Baker Mr. Karl Baron Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Barboza Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Besse Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blakeslee Mrs. F. William Block Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boucher Mrs. George S. Bouthillier Mrs. Andrew Bray Mr. and Mrs. Harold Briar Mrs. Helen Brill Mrs. Florence Bryant Mr. James Buchanan Mr. Gordon Burris Mr. and Mrs. James D. Cherry Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Clough Mr. and Mrs. Roland Conlon Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Crane, Sr. Mrs. Thomas Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Frank D’Agostino Mr. and Mrs. William D’Aleo Mr. Charles DePaolo, Jr. Mrs. Geraldine Deschamps Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Desmarais Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickson Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DiLorenzo Mrs. Concetta Douville Mr. and Mrs. William Dripchak Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dufresne Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egan Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Elliot Mr. and Mrs. Albert Falbo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fiore Mr. Salvatore Fiore Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. FitzGibbons Mr. and Mrs. Bart D. Foley Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gademan Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner Miss Marge Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Griffin Mr. and Mrs. John Gurosh Mr. and Mrs. William J. Guy Mrs. Philip Harbough Mr. and Mrs. George Heath PFC Gerard Hebert Mr. and Mrs. Aarne L. Heinonen Mrs. John C. Huddleton Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Iwanicki Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen Mrs. Louise Kech Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Klezos, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kominski Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaFleur, Sr. Mrs. John Lansburg Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Armand Leander Mrs. Ellen L. Heureux Mr. and Mrs. Chester Liucci Mr. and Mrs. Chester Luczai Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Manischalchi Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mayville Mr. and Mrs. Landon B. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Edward McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Mercik Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Miller Mr. and Mrs. John Mokrycki Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Moriarty Mr. and Mrs. George Morin Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mullen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murray Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mylek Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nisotis 135 PATRONS Mr. Willard Noyes Mr. Roger Olson Mr. Mrs. Robert G. Osenbach Mr. Arthur Pare Mr. Edward H. Parker Mrs. John H. Parsons Mr. Mrs. Thomas Pederzoli Mr. Andrew Prayzner Mr. Mrs. Harold Pryor Mrs. Mac G. Quinn Mr. Mrs. J. Michael Quinn Mr. Mrs. Charles Ragno Mr. Mrs. Richard Ramsdell Mr. Mrs. Fred Ramano Mr. Mrs. Carmine Ruggiero Mr. Mrs. Gasper Rumore Mr. Mrs. James Sacheli Mr. Mrs. Joseph Santacrose Mr. Mrs. Joseph A. Sarno Mr. Mrs. William Schofield Mr. Mrs. Wm. Arthur Scudieri Mr. Anthony Sevarino Mr. Mrs. Joseph V. Siemienkowicz Mr. John Sirois Mr. Mrs. Francis B. Smyth Mr. Mrs. Thomas R. Smyth Mr. Mrs. Edward Stein Mrs. Estelle Stott Mr. Mrs. Roger Stratton Mr. Mrs. Edwin Wardell Mr. Mrs. Robert A. Weisleder Louise Whitney Mrs. Joseph Zimmerman A Friend A Friend THE HARVEY LEWIS COMPANY 291 BRIDGE STREET SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS — Prescription Opticians Since 1890 — T - W AUTOMOTIVE PARTS EQUIPMENT 144 CHESNUT STREET SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 01101 Serving The Automotive Trade Since 19 IS ALAN DRUG CO., INC. 581 ENFIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Sales and Rentals: Wheelchairs - Crutches - Commodes Telephone: 745-8118 WOODRUFF TV Sales and Service HAZARD AVENUE THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. — Telephone: 745-2626 — Motorola Color TV on Display 136 Graduates Success to each and every one; Useless days, may there he none; Creative minds, both great and small Can bring achievements to you all; Each feat accomplished on your own Swells pride you might have never known. Success The Enfield Food Mart 137 Compliments HALLMARK CARDS Manning Road Thompsonville Connecticut 139 Compliments MCDONALD ' S Enfield McDonald’ s . . . where quality starts fresh . . . Everyday!!” 141 BOSWORTH STUDIO Your Natural Color Photographers 612 Dwight Street Springfield, Massachusetts THE HILDITCH MARKET 101 HIGH STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Fine Foods Since 1842 METROPOLITAN LIFE 5 NORTH MAIN STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Representatives: Representatives: Joseph S. Konicki Raymond E. LaRose Clarence C. Mitchell Richard McDowall Gilbert N. V as seur Robert W . Schnepf Francis Kessler Clerical Staff: Doris N. Guinn FJeanor C. Malley Anthony DeCarli PETER A. CROMBIE, INC COMPLIMENTS OF HOME MODERNIZING CENTRE 38 ALDEN AVENUE THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Telephone: 1A‘)-A2l6 T. L. Cowan General Manager All Work Insured and Guaranteed — GENERAL CONTRACTORS — — Custom Built Homes — Garages — Dormers — Additions — Remodeling — Recreation Rooms — Siding — Aluminum Products 144 COMPLIMENTS OF JAY ' S AUTO ELECTRIC MAIN STREET SCITICO, CONNECTICUT Telephone: 749-9446 GUIMOND CONSTRUCTION CO. CONCRETE CONTRACTORS 16 DALE ROAD THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Telephone — 749-7974 — 749-9874 145 Motion Picture Equipment and Photographic Supplies VALLEY CINEMA, INC. 958 STATE STREET SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone: RE 6-4576 BEST OF LUCK IN THE FUTURE! KING’S CORNER SERVICE 146 C. H. DEXTER SONS, INC. CREATORS OF INDUSTRIAL PAPERS AND WEBS Established 1767 WINDSOR LOCKS, CONNECTICUT Member of COUNCIL OF PROFIT SHARING INDUSTRIES COMPLIMENTS OE BARNES CONSTRUCTION 147 CONGRATULATIONS I AND BEST WISHES 1966 GRADUATING CLASS SHALLOWBROOK HUNT and HORSEMANSHIP SCHOOL, INC. — Hal A. Vita — Riding Master — SHALLOWBROOK STABLES HALL HILL ROAD SOMERS, CONNECTICUT RAINBOWS INC. COLOR SEPARATIONS For The Lithographic Trade HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT Telephone — 749-3013 148 SCITICO MARKETS MAIN STREET, SCITICO HAZARD AVENUE, HAZARDVILLE SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW ' YOU LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU COMPLIMENTS OE COULOMBE BROTHERS MAINE Eoiiudation Seed Potcttn Growers and Bulk Trucking RAY MADOWASKA CLAYTON EORT KENT Tel. 728-4464 Tel. 994-3319 149 EAST WINDSOR TOOL DIE CO., INC. TOWN STREET WAREHOUSE POINT, CONNECTICUT FRIENDLY ' S RICHARD M. GREEN, Manager THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT 150 COMPLIMENTS OF THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL COMPLIMENTS OF BALCH PONTIAC, BUICK, INC. " Never Knotvingly Undersold " ROUTE 5 WAREHOUSE POINT, CONNECTICUT NA 3-2466 " Say It With Flowers " HALL HILL GARDENS HALL HILL ROAD SOMLRSVILLE, CONNECTICUT Telephone RIverview 9-9003 Members of Teleflora COMPLIMENTS OE A FRIEND 152 KING’S CORNER BARBER SHOP ROUTH • William J. Amlaw— Pro ;. We have for your convenience — Appointments You may book A ' o, three, four or more weeks ahead You may call in — You may walk in (Appointments have preference) — The only union shop in town — Call: 623-7538 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Stereo and Air Conditioning HAIR STYLING — HAIR CURLING — RAZOR CUTS ELM GARAGE Compliments of Frame Straightening and General Repairs VILLAGE GAL, INC. Wheel and Steering Alignment Dynamic Wheel Balancing and Brakes CORNER OE PEARL AND MAIN STREET — Telephone: 745-3060 — THOMPSONVILLE ELM STREET Wo7nen ' s Casual Apparel THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. Separates 153 Creating a Better yOMORROW CARVILLE ' S RESTAURANT WILSON AND UNION CONNECTICUT Your banking center for checking and savings accounts, personal loans and every nnodern con- venient banking service. THE CONNECTICUT BANK AND TRUST CDIVIPANY 35 offices serving 24 Connecticut communities. 154 COMPLIMENTS OF ENFIELD ROAD CONSTRUCTION DEPOT HILL WAREHOUSE POINT, CONNECTICUT COMPLIMENTS OF DALE ENTERPRISES DALE TREE SERVICES, INC. SHAKER ROAD HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT 155 MEADOW FORD, INC. The Ford Dealer — Ford - Cars - Trucks - Mustangs — Telephone: RI 5-2451 41 NORTH MAIN STREET ECONOMY OFFICE EQUIPMENT, INC. Typewriters — Sales, Service, Rentals Telephone — RI 5-3328 638 ENFIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT DeBELL RICHARDSON, INC. Consulting Engineers to the Plastic Industry Telephone: RI 9-8301 HAZARDVILLE CONNECTICUT S. S. KRESGE CO. Everything Eor The Student Stationery — Party Goods — Wearing Apparel Telephone: RI 5-3564 ENFIELD PLAZA THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. ’ 1 ARIETTI BROS. 1 Sales and Seri ' ice - Burner Installations LIZ-ANN’S BEAUTY SALON | Coal - Wood - Coke - Range and Fuel Oil J 98 PROSPECT STREET 124 MAIN STREET | THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. Telephone: RI 5-5257 • OFFICE and YARD — Telephone — f 745-3023 1 Compliments of ) COMPLIMENTS ENFIELD 1 } OP CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH. Inc. | • STOP SHOP 907 ENFIELD STREET | Telephone — 745-0361 ELM BEAUTY STUDIO — Telephone — 745-2562 Rev. Paul J. Bartlewski PASTOR OF ST. ADALBERT’S CHURCH t FALCETTI ACCORDIAN CENTERS Located in INDIAN ORCHARD WESTFIELD THOMPSONVILLE L. W. ST. JOHN — All Forms of Insurance — SUFFIELD, CONNECTICUT — Telephones — Office — 8-7833 Residence — 8-7489 158 WHITE CIRCLE LINES, INC. charter Bus Service Telephone 745-8881 COMPLIMENTS OF GALE MOTORS, INC. 875 ENFIELD STREET — Telephone — 745-3383 DANNY’S RADIO SERVICE Drive in Service • Phone RI 9-7233 Specializing in Home and Auto Repairs Transistor Radios SHAKER ROAD HAZARDVILLE, CONN. COMPLIMENTS OF CENTER DEPARTMENT STORE 159 COMPLIMENTS OF GAETANO’S BEAUTY SALON MAIN STREET SCITICO SMYTH FARM DAIRY BAR — Telephone — 749-7215 ENFIELD GARDENS The Best in Flowers . . . Always! OLD KING STREET ENFIELD CONN. 06030 — Telephone — 745-4680 SOUTHERN AUTO SALES, INC. WAREHOUSE POINT Telephone: NA 3-2471 JARRETT INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance — Real Estate " Cojnplete Insurance Service” Telephone — RI 5-4222 31 HIGH STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. Eleanor E. Olschafskie MEADOW FORD Your Downtown Ford Dealer We Carry a Full Line of Fords and Trucks Large Assortment of Good Clean Used Cars George D. Canegallo Owner - Manager 410 NO. MAIN STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. Telephone: 745-2451 Best Wishes To THE CLASS OF 1966 FROM RELIABLE WELDING HAYDEN WAYSIDE FURNITURE, INC. 245 ENFIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 1 161 BRAINARD - AHRENS, INC. General Insurance — Real Estate 92 PEARL STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT — Telephone — 745-2417 JAMES C. PARAKILAS — SENIORS — Thank you for your patronage in the “School Store” E.B.M. EOLLOW THE " GREEN RAIDERS " EACH WEEK IN THE THOMPSONVILLE PRESS MILO D. WILCOX INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Co7nplete lusuratice Protection — Telephone — RI 5-5246 — 71 HIGH STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. SHLATZ PACKAGE STORE TAYLOR ROAD HAZARDVILLE, CONN. T elephone: RI 9-6222 Complmtents of HOY’S CHEVRON STATION MAIN and TAYLOR STREETS SCITICO, CONN. — Fuel OH Delivery — Telephone: 749-4715 THOMPSONVILLE RUG CO. Expert W all-to-W all Installation Braided Rugs 492 ENFIELD STREET ROUTE Harry J. Zirolli — Owner THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 163 COMPLIMENTS IF HIGH STREET TEXACO AND MOLINSKI OLDSMOBILE GREY’S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ' Oldest Sport Organization In Northern Connecticut’ KING’S KORNER PACKAGE KING’S CORNER Telephone — NA 3-4667 COMPLIMENTS OF DR. BERNARD S. DIGNAM 164 MICHAEL W. SOKOL Nationwide Insurance 740 ENFIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. Telephone: RI 5- 3152 ALDEN AVE. GARAGE 744 ENFIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. Compliments of DR. WALTER J. STOPA DR. FRANK J. STOPA — OPTOMETRISTS — SMYTH FARM DAIRY. INC. 165 THE RAGNO SULLIVAN AGENCY Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Residential - Commercial - Industrial - Appraisals - Management 79 CHURCH STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. — All Lines of Insurance — Telephone: RI 5-3369 — RI ' - 212 RI 5-3622 Anytime BEST WISHES To The Class of 1966 From Everyone at U.S. ENVELOPE For Fun and Magic it Grippo’s PARKVILLE NOVELTY CO. 1733 PARK STREET HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT ANGIE’S POLYCLEAN CENTER ELM SHOPPING PLAZA THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. — Telephone: 745-8811 — One Stop Cleaning Center and Shoe Repair For a Pontiac or Good Used Car it’s " GRIPPO " at RUSSELL PONTIAC 612 NEW PARK AVE. WEST HARTFORD, CONN. Telephone: 236-4501 Compliments of SUNNYFIELD FARMS MOODY ROAD HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT 166 CRAIG’S 39 PEARL STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Known for Brand Name Merchandise Carter’s Underwear - Donmoor Kate Greenaway - Farah boys’ pants Polly Flanders — Telephone — 745-6369 — GRAHAM’S Shoes for the Entire Family — Gifts For Men — Telephone: 745-3271 44 PEARL STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT DICK’S PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ELM STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT — Telephone: 745-4135 — Residence — Tel.: 745-5471 Compliments of NOWAK’S PHARMACY 70 CHURCH STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT " The Nation ' s Showplace for Carpet Values’’ FABER’S opposite The Mill THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Compliments of BRIGHAM’S CANDIES 449 MAPLETON AVENUE SUFFIELD, CONNECTICUT i5B south main street « WEST HARTFORD, CONN. FOUR CORNERS PACKAGE STORE POST OFFICE ROAD ENFIELD, CONNECTICUT Telephone: 745-0000 ENFIELD LANES At The Enfield Shopping Plaza ROUTE 5 THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Phone: 745-4931 — 167 DAN - DEE CLEANERS 128 SOUTH ROAD THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Greater Enfield’s Quality Cleaner’s — Economy Prices — Laundry - Shirt Serv ' ice - Garment Shoe Repair and Rug Cleaning — Free Pickup Delivery — Compliments of ELM STREET PACKAGE STORE WINDSOR LOCKS, CONNECTICUT ENFIELD PHARMACY, INC. HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT R. E. Fournier — Reg. Ph. — Telephone: 749-8163 — Free Delivery Compliments of MILLER OIL CO. 447 ENFIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE BIG G DEPT. STORE Over 78 Years of Home Improvement — Experience ! — 132 SOUTH ROAD THOMPSONVILLE STYLELINE Hair Stylists, Inc. Telephone: 745-0998 93 PEARL STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Open Thurs. Fri. Evenings ’TIL 9 Best Wishes to the Graduating Class Compliments of PLAYHOUSE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER MAIN STREET SOMERS CRAND’S CANDY CASTLE ROUTE 5 ENFIELD, CONNECTICUT 168 — 24 Hour Taxi Service — Telephone: 745-6050 THOMPSONVILLE CAB CO. E. K. Mullen — Prop. COURTESY — EEFICIENT SERVICE HARTLEY’S STORE 1436 ENFIELD STREET ENFIELD, CONNECTICUT — Groceries — Compliments of JOHNNY’S GARAGE HAZARD AVENUE THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. Telephone: 749-8567 WOODRUFF T.V. SALES SERVICE " Your Motorola Color Dealer " 72 HAZARD AVENUE THOMPSONVILLE Phone: lA ' b-KsKs Compliments of SOUTHWOOD PIZZA GRINDERS 97 RAFFIA ROAD THOMPSONVILLE Complete Take Out Service Skip DeMaria, Owner Compliments of JOSEPH T. GLISTA AGENCY COUNTRY CASUALS Clothes for Country Living Misses Junior Sizes PLAYHOUSE PLAZA MAIN STREET SOMERS, CONN. DR. ALFRED J. STRATFORD 169 HAZARDVILLE PHARMACY FRANKLIN A. FULLER | Herbert Light — Reg. Phar. AGENCY, INC. | , 65 MAIN STREET 6619 MAPLETON AVENUE HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT SUFFIELD, CONNECTICUT " 24 Hour Prescription Call Service” Tel. Tel. • Phone; 749-8769 (Automatic Recorder) 668-7437 668-2546 i Comp liments of JACK’S SHELL SERVICE | ZERA EQUIPMENT " Service is our Business” ■ Utility Farm Equipment 714 NORTH STREET — Telephone: 745-1500 — { [ SUFFIELD, CONN. WEYMOUTH STEELE RD. i — Telephone: NO 8-7059 — ENFIELD, CONNECTICUT ( 1 — Compliments of — COMPLIMENTS HAZARDVILLA RESTAURANT OF ' Telephone 1 749-9856 H T AUTO BODY J ECONOMY RAMBLER, INC. COLLINS’ i 1 American — Classic POWDER HILL FARM Ambassador — Marlin — EGGS — 525 ENFIELD STREET Telephone: 749-3416 ■ Telephone: 745-2469 HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALON 5 MAIN STREET HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT — Telephone: 749-9451 — DR. BRENDAN MAGAURAN DR. CARL SCAVOTTO Compliment: of POST OFFICE BARBER SHOP ENFIELD DAIRY BAR Ice Cream Sandwiches SOUTH ROAD THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND TAT’S ICE CREAM " Our Own Make " Complete Line Of Candies - Fruits - Vegetables - Groceries — Fruit Baskets Made to Order — Proprietors — R. R., N. M. DeCaro Bros. Telephone — 745-8903 76-78 PEARL STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Instruments and Instruction Music Records and the Kinsman Organ YiOdi hofi meadou 8 Center Square Tel. LA 5-6062 or LA 5-7739 East Longmeadow, Mass. 171 Complime7it5 of PETE’S FRIENDLY TEXACO ROUTES 190 191 SCITICO, CONNECTICUT Compliments of THOMPSONVILLE DRUG 9 NORTH MAIN STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT RINGSIDE RESTAURANT, INC. 112 SPRING STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT E. C. ALLEN’S SONS General Merchandise Established 1882 — Telephone: 749-8282 — HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT NEIL’S DANCE STUDIO GOURLIE BROS. Selected Candy - Soda - Magazines - Tobacco Toys - Newspapers - School Supplies — Sealtest Ice Cream — KIMMELL’S BAKERY DELICATESSEN 800 WILLIAMS STREET LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of MOORE RUG COMPANY 555 ENFIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT NORTHERN CONNECTICUT NATIONAL BANK STAN’S PLUMBING HEATING Branches in Thompsonville, Windsor Locks, 19 LINCOLN STREET Warehouse Point, Ellington THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Drive- ?! Wtndow Service 24 Hour Night Depository Best Wishes to the Class of ”66” Compliments of CRIPPS PAINT VOGUE COIFFURES WALLPAPER CENTER 96 NORTH MAIN STREET 95 CHURCH STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT — Telephone: 745-3770 — Office: 745-1078 Residence: 749-4077 MAREK JEWELERS Compl ments (7 r of Distinction 15 PEARL STREET MATTY AND FRANK’S THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT RESTAURANT ENFIELD SPORT CENTER SPAULDING GARDENS Flowers For All Occasions Telephone: RI 5-5269 Greenhouses - Sutfield 844 ENFIELD STREET - STORE - THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Joseph Cerrato, Proprietor 36 Pearl Street, Thompsonville, Conn. " Say it ivith flowers” FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED ANYWHERE DUNN’S RESTAURANT LOUNGE Fi 2 e Food and Liquors Entertainment Wed. thru Sat. In the Tack Room ROUTE 5 ENFIELD, CONN. — Telephone: 745-0416 — Compliments of BROMAGE AGENCY Insurance Agent 58 PEARL STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT LARUSSA FURNITURE APPLIANCE STORE Let Us Comphte Your Home with Furniture and Appliances 12 Pearl St. 136 Main St. Thompsonville Windsor Locks Tel.: 745-5595 Tel.: 623-3373 STATE LINE SERVICE, INC. Free Pick-Up and Delivery Service Jack, Bob and Don O’Connell Open 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. — S H Green Stamps — 567-9585 — Day or Night Telephone: 745-8357 1730 LONGMEADOW STREET LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS — CONGRATULATIONS — Compliments from PILCH’S POULTRY BREEDING FARMS, INC. Compliments of THOMPSONVILLE DRUG CO. 9 NORTH MAIN STREET Telephone — 745-6936 Compliments of BROWNE FUNERAL HOME 121 PEARL STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Compliments of THE BRIDGE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. " The Firm of Reliable Service” Sally Billings - Dick Weingartner - Dave Reece 174 TRUDEAU’S FURNITURE MART — specializing in — Colonial Reproductions - Accessories Norman Trudeau HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT ALCONN PLASTIC CO., INC. Molding-Fabricating-Engineering-Developing HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT Arthur W. House — Telephones — 749-7323 — 749-7454 NUTMEG BUILDING SUPPLY CORP. WAREHOUSE POINT CONNECTICUT NOBLE’S PACKAGE STORE BRAINARD ROAD Telephone: RI 9-3652 Yard Manager Proprietor Yard; 749-7101 CLAUDIA’S BEAUTY SHOP PLAYHOUSE PLAZA MAIN STREET SOMERS, CONN. LeGEYT FLYING A SERVICE Brakes Front End - Tune-up - Road Service HAZARD AVE., ROUTE 190 Just off Expressway Telephone: 745-0685 THOMPSONVILLE , CONNECTICUT A FRIEND CAMEROTA USED TRUCKS AUTO PARTS We Buy Trucks, Cars, Machinery Scrap For Cash SHAKER ROAD HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT Fred Bergamini Sam Camerota GEISSLER’S SUPER MARKET CORNER MAIN AND BRIDGE ST. WAREHOUSE POINT, CONN. HIGHLANDER MAIN STREET SOMERS, CONNECTICUT PAPERHANGING GUARANTEED •TRITCHED CANVAS CEILINGS WttFRED W. KELLER •« PROSPICT ST. • THOMPSONVILLI Rl 5-6097 Compliments of CLARA’S CLASSIC BEAUTY SALON Eugene and Robert Lee BAKERS DOZEN DONUT SHOP 43 MAIN STREET HAZARDVILLE, CONNECTICUT Compliments of ED’S SERVICE STATION HAZARD AVENUE THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT Phone: 749-4640 HENRY CHARLES CLEANSERS HENRY CHARLES RUG SERVICE 565 ENEIELD STREET THOMPSONVILLE, CONNECTICUT — Telephone: 745-3000 — Compliments of LEO’S VARIETY 176


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