Enfield High School - Echo Yearbook (Enfield, CT)

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£CHO YEARBOOK MICHAEL J. RICCI In Memoriam A man who excelled in many fields, he dedicated his life to teach- ing. He brought into the classroom a vast, practical experience to share with his pupils. Constantly alert to new developments in edu- cation he never ceased to study as he taught. He set high standards for himself and his students expecting, not perfection, but the maximum accomplishment within their capabili- ties. For this, a generation of his pupils are grateful. Jack Ikenga Mariko Magaya 1? r . ' 4W -; »» ' The Mouse That Roared E-H.S. Golf Team George Langdon Nick Cherpak Goach Joseph Lamana i E.H.S. Girls Softball Team EH S. Ciirls Softball Team. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT; Sharon London, Anne Desroches, Marianne Cihristenson, Sue Herter. and Elise Keller SECOND ROM ' ; Diane Legennza, Anne Bottomley, Mary Dunigan, Lori Legasse, Brenda Colegrove, and Kim Schnider THIRD ROM ' ; Mary Fiore, Lori Bride, Linda Dowden, Leslie Meyers, Sharon Ciormier, and Cioach Kathleen Gendell Leslie Meyers t Joe Dippel John Carollo Varsity Baseball Team E.H.S. V ' arsity Baseball Team FRONT ROW, FROM LFFT TO RIGHT; Gary Dehaas, Co-Captain John Carollo, Joe Dippel, Peter King, and ' ( oach Robert Broniage. SECOND ROW; Mark Lamond, Gary Anselmi, Greg Franklin, Don Whittle, John Connolly, Cihip Kusmickus, and | Ronald Newport, THIRD ROW; Steve Lamond, Ed McCoy, Mike Jorgenson, Bill Rush, Alan Ouellett, Bill Ackerman, and Tim Smith. Peter King Score keeper Liz Baer Gary Dehaas N ' ARSITY TENNIS TEAMS. KNEELING: Girls’ Team: Darci Dolloff, Linda Keyes, Karin Wright, Co-captains Phyllis St. (ieorge and Pat Healy, Kim Parker, Lynda Ruel, Lori Andrews, Fran Herrmann, Pam George and Cathy Coakley. STANDING: Boys ' Team: Cioach Marty Cole, Phil Hover, Rich Hallett, Russ Fiore, Bruce Wardw ell, Mark Folsom, Dan Flanagan, Brian Hallett, Mark Dripchak, Mike Susi, girls ' manager Peggy DelGuidace, and girls’ Coach Sam Blank. Girls’ Tennis The Girls’ Tennis Team this year showed tremendous impro- vement over last season. Two Sen- iors and Co-captains Patty Healy and Phyllis St. George led an inex- perienced team to a great season. Hard work by all make the future look great, with 10 returnees, in- cluding 1 singles Fran Herr- mann and 1 doubles Lynda Ruel and Darci Dolloff next year. Boys’ Tennis The 1975 Boys’ Tennis Team had a record of 0-7, but despite the poor showing record-wise, this team did its best to win. Su- perior competition was our down- fall. For a second year team which is still building and will continue to build, we faired well. We were shut out only twice, by Conard and Wethersfield. Mark Folsom TENNIS The art of running the mile consists, in essence, of reaching the threshold of unconsciousness at the instant of breaking the tape. O’Neil EUS VARSITY TRACK TEAM. FRONT ROW FROM L. TO R: Cheryl Jones, Tina LaPointe, Mike Coonev, Mark Thorstenson, Jim McCiarthy, Rob Johnson, Rich Lavasseur, Art Stoddard, Marcel Dubois, Frank Giguere, Frank Gould, and Ken Wright. SECOND ROW; Wayne Abraham, Mark Sullivan, Vickie Rurrington, Howard Edgar, Fred Fisher, Dennis LePage, Ed Smith, Peter Felix, Rill Snow, and Rill Roucher. THIRD ROW: Nancy Sellers, Lester LaPierre, Rarbara Quoos, Rrendon Regies, Charles Creden, John Ciooney, Doug Pike, Mike Flanagan, Joe Cummings, and Greg Pike. FOURTH ROW: Joe Rigatti, Paul Cirillo, Don LeDoux, Dan Ciote, Paul Gillen, SalK Garvey, Patty Freigon, and Kathy Fure . FIFTH ROW: Cioach Rruce Rarmak, Sue Wadman, Lillian Sheridan, Susan Garvey, Matt Hazen, John Leader, Gene Miller, and Coach Rob Kramer. Bill Snow Itoislensonj , Co-captain Ken Wright C -captain Frank Gould iWTBoi i JiHliM riilnti CLASS HISTORY 1975 Recall yourself getting off the bus in September of 1972 about to enter Enfield High School for the first time. After a 9-month reign in Junior High, we stood before these doors, our hearts interwined with feelings of anticipation, awe, fear, and uncertainty about the future. But enter we did to leave our mark upon the school and to take with us the engraved memories of Enfield High and our fellow students. We knew we had to establish ourselves and helping us were the members of the Sophomore Student Council: President Patty McGowan; Vice-President Chris Andrews; Treasurer Sandy Kweder; Secretary Sally Loftus; and Class Historian Cory Kelly. The representatives were Kathy Bride, Jeffrey Curtiss, Laura Jarmoc, Cindy Jute, Kathy McGuiness, Lynn Sferrazza, Bruce Wardwell, Colleen Sulivan, and Pete Dumas. Sophomore names appeared in many of our fall sports. Five members of our class enriched the Varsity Football Team: Dave Flower, Joe Dippel, Rich Morris, Dan Garvey, and Bill Olshafskie. Participating on the J.V. Football Team were the following sophomores: Tony Brown, Ron Chevalier, Carm Conte, Bill DeMur, Marcel Dubois, Brian Gamage, Frank Giguere, Frank Gould, Brian Hallett, Bruce Humphries, Steve Jerome, Bill Korona, Dennis LePage, John Mooney, Rick Olshafskie, Jim Santacrose, Bruce Soderland, Art Stoddard, Jeff Thibodeau, Bill Thomson, Michael Welsh, and James Preste. The first Enfield-Fermi Thanksgiving Day Football Game was held that year and Enfield gave an outstand- ing performance as they shutout Fermi 23-0. Steve Magora excelled on the Varsity Soccer Team as a sophomore. Exemplifying their talents on the J.V. Soccer Team were John Badger, Jim Bousquet, Comie Buanno, Mike Cooney, Gary Hammond, Cliff Hoxie, Peter King, Mark Rhodes, James Vallee, and Ken Wright. Pat Healy, Diane Kamay, Brenda Meyers, Valerie Smith, Phyllis St. George and Marcia Frangimore magni- fied their athletic abilities on the Field Hockey Team. Always present to inspire our teams onto victory were the J.V. Cheerleaders; Arlene Choolgian, Elaine Hitchcock, Donna Krivac, Sue Massee, Brenda Meyers, Laurie Wagner, and Dawn Greenblott. Showing a very promising season on the Varsity Basketball Team were sophomores Jim Hayden and Carm Conte. Assuring our success in the years to come were Tony Brown, Gary DeHaas, Joe Dippel, Brian Hallett, Peter King, Steve Magora, Rich Morris, Rich Landry, and Norm Booth. The Boy ' s Swim Team was introduced into our sports schedule that year. It showed great promise for the future as it mainly consisted of the following sophomores: Bob Callahan, John Carrollo, Mike Cooney, Ed Fetko, Fred Fisher, Jeff Folger, Mark Folsom, Mark Henley, Russ Miller, Phil Pouche, Bill Snow, Mark Thorstenson, and Sam Thompson. The J.V. Girls Basketball Team had a winning season with the help of Sandy Bailey, Lillian Bottomley, Mary Dunagin, Lynn Sferrazza, Patty Tracey, Shelly Turgeon, and Cheryl Williams. Starting off their Baseball careers on the varsity team were sophomores John Carrollo, Bill DeMur, and Joe Dippel. On the J.V. Team were John Badger, Ron Chevalier, Gary DeHaas, Russ Fiore, Brian Hallett, Bruce Humphries, Peter King, Dennis LePage, Bill Korona, Rick Landry, Bill Nehila, Ken Owens, and Mark Rhodes. These girls were at the softball diamond; Vikki Burington, Kathy Coughlin, Linda Dowden, Mary Dunagin, Leslie Meyers, and Sue Poliks. The Track Team had a fine year with the help of 15 sophomores; Bill Boucher, Tim Castelvetere, Mike Cooney, Jeff Curtiss, Greg Eckenroth, Pete Felix, Fred Fisher, Frank Giguere, Frank Gould, Paul Gracewski, Gary Hammond, Rick Levasseur, Art Stoddard, Mark Thorstenson, and Ken Wright. We had overcome the uneasiness felt at the beginning of the year and left school knowing that we had secured our place in Enfield High School. It was with a feeling of confidence that we walked back through the doors of Enfield High in September of 1974. A new student council was elected. Chris Andrews became president; Pete Dumas vice-president, Kathy McGuiness, secretary; and Sandy Kweder was re-elected treasurer. This year we had two class Histor- ians. Jeff Curtiss began the year and was later replaced by Tracy Strickland. The representatives in our Junior year were, Kathy Bride, Pam Gonyea, Laura Jarmoc, Paula Kilty, Lynne Mathieu, Karen Nelson, Colleen Sullivan, and Greg Wilby. As footb all season approached, we knew it was going to be an exceptional year. Jim Hayden and Ray D ' Amato were added to the squad. We stomped over Fermi in the Thanksgiving Day Game with a score of 39 to 21. Steve Cote, Eric Longfellow, and John Mooney were new faces to the soccer team in 1974. Field Hockey attracted many new juniors to the team: Mary Dunagin, Sandy Bailey, Debbie Boisjolie, Janice Cerrato, Arlene Choolgian, Kay Dripchak, Tracy Strickland, and Shelly Turgeon. Six juniors made a fine debut on the Cross Country Team as sophomores. They were Jeff Curtiss, Fred Fisher, Brian Smith, Rich Levasseur, Art Stoddard, and Mark Thorstenson. Four new girls became cheerleaders, Nancy Crompton, Sandy Kweder, Carolyn Eberle, and Kathy Sherwin. Leslie Meyers and Tracy Stricland became members of the Girls Basketball Team. Many new juniors appeared upon the mats for the Wrestling Team in 1974. They were Tony Brown, Jeff Curtiss, Dave Flower, Dan Garvey, Dennis LePage, Bill Nehila, and Ray D ' Amato. The Girls Swim Team was developed in our Junior year at E.H.S. Representing our class were Vikki Burington, Nancy Crompton, Carol Mathieu, Debra McCully, Sandy Stratton and Laurie Wagner. The Boys Swim Team added Juniors Marcel Dubois, Pete Felix, Paul Gracewski, Greg L ' Herueux, Eric Longfellow, Jeff Thibodeau, and Bill Thomson. Another new sport was introduced this year. Appearing on the Ice Hockey Team for the first time were; Jim Bousquet, Comie Buanno, Steve Desroches, Tim Grigely, Wendell Grigely, Charles Hart, Roger Ingraham, Phil Pouech, and Mark Rhodes. In the spring of 1974 the Track Team went co-ed. Joining the team were; Debbie Boisjolie, Vikki Burington, and Tina Lapointe. New male members were; Daryl Dumala, Howard Edgar, Dan Martin, James McCarthy, and Jim Vallee. On the Boys Tennis Team were Russ Miller, Steve Cote, Mark Folsom, and Brian Hallett. The Lamplighters presented two excellent plays that year Flowers For Algernon and The Night Thoreau Spent In Jail. Our Junior Prom was held on April 6 and was entitled " Moments to Remember " . Entering the National Honor Society were; Sue Bousquet, Kathy Bride, Martie Cass, Kathy Coughlin, Madlyn Crowell, Fred Fisher, Kathy Deryer, Kay Dripchak, Carolyn Eberle, Nancy Fontana, Barb Grape, Patty Healy, Alton Huntley, Laura Jarmoc, Sandy Kweder, Janet Lane, Eric Longfellow, Tracy Lovell, Karen Nelson, Karen Martinson, Lynne Mathieu, Kathy McGuiness, Kathy Sherwin, Phyllis St. George, Tracy Strickland, Debbie Wilson and Bob Zannoni. Bob Zannoni and Peter King were chosen to go to Boy ' s State while Debbie Wilson and Kay Dripchak were chosen to attend Girl ' s State. Kathy McGuiness was given the Yale Book Award and Janice Cerrato was the Connecticut Association of Womens Deans and Counselors winner. Laura Jarmoc was the recipient of the Walter Rensselear Polytechnical Institute Math and Science Award. 1974 had been a good year for us. We had progressed much over the previous year and now anxiously awaited our final year at Enfield High School. September had finally arrived. We were Seniors and there was no one better. Chris Andrews was re-elected president of the Senior Class. Patty McGowan was our new vice-president and Leslie Malone our new treasurer. Kathy McGuiness was re-elected secretary and Tracy Strickland continued as Class historian. Our Football Team gave us a very fine season under the leadership of tri-captains Dave Flower, Rich Morris and Joe Dippel. On the Soccer Team Steve Magora and Pete King led us through the season and through two victories over arch rival Fermi High. The girls had a dynamic season on the hockey field with Co-Captains Shelly Turgeon and Sandy Bailey. Three new names appeared in cross country; Mike Cooney, Jim McCarthy, and Jeff Thibodeau. Co- captains were Rick Levasseur and Mark Thorstenson. Leading the cheers which lead our teams on to victory was head cheerleader Sandy Kweder. We lost a close basketball game to Fermi for the first time, we killed them the second time. Our captain was Center Jim Hayden. Our Ice Hockey Team was captained by Tom Cummings. Cheering at the basketball and hockey games was well known Section 32. The Girls Basketball Team played a good year under the leadership of Shelly Turgeon. Vikki Burington was captain of the Girls Swim Team, while John Carollo lead the Boys Swim Team. This years Wrestling team was tri-captained by Bill Nehila, Dave Flower, and Dan Garvey. Our final event of the season was the winter prom, " Friends and Lovers. " Our Senior Class Trip was to Washington D.C. where we mixed a little education with a lot of fun. This years presentation by the Lamplighters Drama Guild was one of their finest. The Mouse That Roared. It starred Brian Smith and Tracy Lovell, and Mike Castelvetere. Hitting off the spring sports was our Baseball Team. Captain of the Raider team was John Carollo. Four seniors joined the Track Team this year; John Boudreau, Marcel Dubois, Rick Landry, and Bill Snow. Captain was Frank Gould. The Boys Tennis Team was captained by Mark Folsom and Brian Hallett. The Girls Tennis Team had a fine year. They were led by Co-captains Pat Healy and Phyllis St. George. We rounded out our year with three memorable events as we reached the turning point in our lives. Thursday June 5 was Class Night. Finally on the following day Friday June 6 we the Class of 1975 graduated. On Saturday June 14 the Farewell Prom When Will I See You Again was held at the Sheraton Inn. The insecurities we brought with us in September of 1972 have long since vanished and will now be replaced by the warm memories of friendships we have made and experiences we have shared. Tracy Strickland 15 iillH iiii Special thanks were given to our V ' ariet y Show advisers. June Nth marked a night we ll always remember . . . Our Senior Farewell Prom, We en- joyed a delicious dinner at the Sheraton Inn and danced until 1:00 am to the “good vibra- tions” of Apropo. The evening ended with evervone wonder- ing . . . “W ' hen Will I See You Again? .cl F OST A D HOSTESS T«1 Wagner Leeann Pazik KING AND QUEEN — Bill Thomson Kathy McGuinnes; 1st CiOL’RT GOL ' PLE — Steve Magora 6 Sue Massee 2ncl GOUHT GOl ' PI.E — Joe Dippel K ' alerie Smith ill iILu ■CH H illteV ■ wl l.overs in the niglit ■ Bl ' MP ' Mr Bassett!! " It as a ear I II never forget It ' 1 ! t f ' We the Class of ' 75, being of sound mind and body, do hereby decree that this is our last will and testament and contains our most prized possessions. Be they insults, complaints, gifts, or slanders, use them in bad health and remember we ' ll never be thinking of you in the future. The following are our last wishes: Fred Fisher leaves Mr. Bromage five potted crawling vines, a pair of used shoes, 2 erasers, and a years supply of rotton lunches. We the seniors who went to Washington D.C. leave the chaperones in the John F. Kennedy Center of Performing Arts listening to the symphony. Tracy Lovell leaves Lori Pulaski all the fun and love she shared in Lamplighters. Sharon Verret leaves her sister Bev all her Steno and typing skills. Gail Kingsbury leaves her faculty parking space to our parking lot managers. Mrs. Granata ' s 5th period Accounting 2 Class leaves her one copy of " How to work indepen- dantly, in other words, ALONE! Tina Lapointe leaves Patty Frigon all the worms on the track after every rain. Brian Smith leaves with 16 copies of assorted choral music and many thanks to Rocco Autorino. Stephanie Smith leaves Jim Trefethen his own locker. Sue Massee, Marcel Dubois, and John Badger leave wondering if Chester Blair will make it until 1984. Paul Snow having faith in Mrs. Humphrey ' s bestowson her, a year subscription to Zonker comic strip hoping that she will always talk to her plants. We the seventh period Latin 3 Class, leave Donna Signet cum magna gratia, magno amore (et unus solanus melongena)! Arelene Choolgian leaves Tom Clarkin one big piece of cake, and hopes he has fun eating it. Richard Wheeler leaves Randy Berube two sixes of " MIX " and his tree fort, may he keep the walls on. Mike Caltelvetere leaves Joe Cummings his best wishes in his attempts to run a four minute mile. Karen Bartholomew leaves Mrs. Arnt all her typing papers so she can show next years sopho- mores that she can teach them to type. Karen Martinson and Lauri Wagner leave one Advanced Biology Thesis to Mr. Krsmer so that he may finish reading it through the summer. Sue McCafferty leaves her Enfield Varsity Football T shirt and gym shorts to her sister Carol. Howard Edgar leaves Mr. T. the busted slide ruler he always gave him. Sharlene Sabonis leaves Mary Ann Harris her unfinished sewing projects in hopes that she will finish them for her. Burry leaves a friendly word of advice to all future ski club members. " Look before you leap " . Kim Richman would like to leave her yellow journal and a big juicy red apple to Mr. Fredrick — but she threw away the journal and ate the apple, so he ' ll just have to accept her thanks, for being the terrific friend and teacher that he is, instead. We luv ya, Mr. Fredrick. Kathy Sheehan leaves her brother John all the days she made it to school because at the rate he ' s going he ' ll need them. She also leaves Tracy Dobrozensky her calm ability to walk in the office and sign herself in and out of school. Bill Snoe leaves his brother Steve his swimming ability. Chris Huskak leaves his parking space 13 to any lucky underclassmen that drives a red 1972 Pinto. Yasu Bando and Jane Salva leave one Tarzan and Jane skit to anyone dumb enough to try it. Cheryl Bridge, Sue Haun, Robin Yoreo, Carol Bloniarz, Sue Poliks, Cheryl Maniscalco, Chris Harlambakis, Nancy Troughton, Sue Vilece and Ellen Smith leave Mr. Tracy and Mr. Skehan, during second lunch wave, two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun. Cathy, Jill, and Paula leave Mr. Autotorino an eye full of a large lunged soprano. 30 Kathy Costas and Sue Vilece leave Chris Wheat without a business machine. Betty Lynch leaves Kathy Sarno her big mouth. John Badger leaves Mr. Bromage happily. We, the senior class, leave Mr. Blair ' s domain with a greater understanding of how to buffalo people. Shelly Turgeon leaves the ' 75-76 Basketball team much success and luck in the hopes that their season will be as rewarding as hers was. Kim Wood leaves Mary Olstolski a decent attendance record. Sue Massee, Marcel Dubois, and John Badger leave Mr. Blair wondering if we read any of his books. Brian Smith, Comie Buanno, and Brian Hallett leave Mrs. Swan ' s first period class of 1976 a tradition of 8:32 ' s at least twice a week. Cindy Jute leaves Mr. Smith (taking her stereo with her) trying to make a success of the magazine drive. Linda Christenson, Sue Bousquet, and Kathy Dreyer leave to Mr. Tupek 3 boxes of colored chalk, 2 bottles of black nail polish, the Male Chauvanist Pig Award and all our math knowledge since he doesn ' t have any of his own. Arlene Choolgian would like to leave Jan Bloomstrand a taller hockey stick than she had this year. We the Class of 1975 leave the Class of 1976 Joe Hethcoat. Howard Ehgar leaves the Assistant coac h Mr. B. a padded discus to throw at next years track team. Certain non-members of the FBLA club, period 2 and 4 office occupations leave to the teacher " TWO FACES " . Ken Owens leaves Karen Jones a messy locker in anticipation that it will stay clean. Tracy Lovell leaves Mr. Kramer tidepool No. 1, a soggy hach test kit, and better luck next year. We, the Senior Student Council leave next years Student Council all a set of ear plugs in hopes of blocking out a few certain Juniors. Mark Cerrato leaves to Lisa Labonte one copy of the hit record " Matchmaker, Matchmaker. " Homeroom 303 leaves Mrs. Tyler listening to morning announcements in peace. Kim Wood leaves her badmitten racket to any J unior in hopes that they get Mr. Skypeck. We the Seniors of Concert Choir and Chorus leave Mr. Autorino a bottle of scotch, and a funeral parlor in Bahamas. Monica Maciolek leaves Mr. Skeehan with a smile, third period silent study, 9 detentions, and the best of everything. Colby Harmon leaves Mr. Blair a reliable camera crew for next years football games. Phyllis St. George leaves Mr. Bromage a puzzled look. Sue, Karen, Shirley, and Cheryl leave the second floor stairway to any Juniors who love to stop traffic. Jane Salva and Laura Grob leave steno happily. We the Seniors on the 1975 Track Team leave Sue Wadman to Matt Hazen. Barbara Grape leaves Joe Rigatti with great memories of Enfield High School. Bill Snow leaves Tom Gwaizda all the girls he didn ' t ask out. Sue Phelps leaves her big mouth to echo through the halls of E.H.S. We, Donna Stewart and Diane Kamay leave our locker to anyone who thinks they can clean it out. Pete Felix leaves the Swim Team 1 false start and 2 disqualifications and a wet referee. Senior homeroom 310 leaves Mr. Campbell having a wonderful day. Cheryl Emonds leaves Chris Wheat ' s locker unoccupied. We, the Senior Class leave to all future " jocks " the tunnel of love to embrace. Steve Paul leaves next years lunch menus to Mr. Bassett to the relief of next years period 4 class. Laurie Wagner leaves all her AFS experiences to her brother Ted for future references. Ken Wright, Jim Vallee, and Bill Boucher leave Mr. Blair a bag of lollipops to tame the gouldes and honchoes of the Class of 1976. Bruce Wardwell leaves Laurie Rossi the recipe for grilled cheese sandwiches. The Senior Powder Puff team leaves Mr. Blair a pair of long underwear so the Juniors can have the game next year even if it is cold. Martie Cass leaves Jan Carney at her elite typewriter with a big eraser. Tina Lapointe leaves the Track Team . . . THANK GOD. Karen Nelson leaves Sharon London 1 pass to Guidance so she can drop Calculus early in the year. We the Senior Powder Puff Team leave Paul Rodgers one 1975 football helmet to fit his swollen head. Kathy Gregson leaves Tom Clarkin physically but never mentally and for all other girls to keep their hands off. Joan Manischalchi leaves Mr. Blair her appendix scar. Paula and Arelene leave to any Junior going on next years Washington trip, 1 song, 1 free ride at the zoo, and hopes that they have as much fun as we did. Leslie Meyer and Linda Dowden leave the Girls Softball team a locker full of empties some of which " You " helped contribute to. Patty McGowan and Phyllis St. George leave Mr. Hawes a few notes. Kendra Dahill and Meredith Kay leave Mr. Murphy 7 black venitian blinds to be kept down during all his first period classes to come. We do hereby entrust this Last Will and Testament to the capable hand of Lou Kwapien with the knowledge that he will carry it out to the fullest extent, after all we know he runs the school anyway. Signed and Sealed With A Kiss The Class of ' 75 Dedication No man can reveal to aught but which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge. The teacher who walks in the shadow of the temple, among his followers, gives not of his wisdom, but rather of his faith and his lovingness. Ifh e is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. Kahlil Gibran How can you thank a person who has meant and been so much to one class It isn t easy, but we know you 11 understand. As a teacher and advisor you have overlooked the routine of schoolwork and become a good friend and counselor. With a combi- nation of subtle wit (and not so subtle humor ), you have transformed an ordinary class into a true learning experience. Gorilla jokes and derivatives do mix! Your informal chalkside manner brings you closer to the student body, and mind, as a real person. You have given generous!) of your- self in time, patience and concern, working with the Variety Show cast, organizing the annual trek to Washington D.C., and even risk- ing your life on the ski slopes. Thank you, Michael Austin, for your undying wit and wisdom. Class of 1975 Three years have passed since we en- tered Enfield High School. Although these years have been a small part of our lives, still they have been an integral part. In September of 1972, we were sophomores, excited, adventurous and still very much in our adolescence. Now in June of 1975, we are leaving Enfield High School as young adults, ready to challenge and experience whatever may lie ahead in life. VVe are leaving with a precious gift. This gift, molded from toil, error, and joy is an awareness of awaken- ing adulthood. It was given to us by En- field High School. Martha Cass Nancy Fontana . ♦ i f Dk ) « •-r ' Seniors Faculty Activities Sports Candids Patrons If a man does not keep paee with his eompanions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Thoreau 1 LP?- d ' jd - o c yi xS: oD ' uuiiy l)b(KJ (H ' Scxjvu v 3e ' r c Aoclu-oJ ' w ' . yoLx mcv:fe O O-K y- the last analysis our hopes for peace and an ordered world rest upon individuals. They are the (;L7 final sources of power and direction. — Raymond Fosdick Everyone s grammar school vision of high school didn t come true. Much of the glamour seemed to vanish by the time we reached Enfield High. But, by now, we have realized that the most important lessons we could have learned here were not concerned w ith English, Math, or History, but with life. Enfield High has been a place for us to be exposed to many new ideas; enabling us to choose and form our own. The greatest thing anyone could accomplish at E. H.S. was to learn how to get along with people whose ideas may differ from his own . . . because high school is our last sheltered step before “the big world.” As we leave Enfield High, full of hopes and energies, let’s take the time to thank th ose who have helped us. Although we must look toward the future, we each know that the times and friendships shared at E.H.S. will always have a special place in our hearts. Christine Andrews Class President. 20 EDWARD ABLE " Gremlin ” December 18 Sagittarius Band 1,2, 3,4; Who’s Who 4; Russian Club 4; Social Studies Club 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. PETER ANDREW ALAIMO " Dane’ February 8 Aquarius As Schools Match Wits 3,4. CHERYL ANDERSON June 20 Gemini Powder Puff Football 3,4; Girls’ Tennis 3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committees: Senior and Junior; Who’s Who 3; Student Council 4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Intramural Basketball 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. DONNA AGRO December 20 Sagittarius SHARON LYNN ALBEE ” Boon ' September 15 Virgo Prom Committees: Junior and Senior; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4. CHRISTINE LOUISE ANDREWS “Teenie " = February 27 Pisces Senior Prom Committee; Stu- dent Council 1, Vice-President 2, President 3,4; Class Night 4, Senior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Co-Director of Assembly 1. DEBBIE ARNOLD July 23 Leo Work Experience 4 JOHN E. BADGER ”J. B . ” June 24 Cancer Varsity Basketball 4; J.V. Bas- ketball 3; Varsity Soccer 4; J.V. Soccer 1,2; Varsity Baseball 4; J.V. Baseball 2,3; Ski Club 4 Who’s Who 3; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 3,4; Usher for Gradu- ation 2,3; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Personal Typing 2; SAC 3. 22 KAREN BARRY March 25 Aries enior Farewell Prom Commit- ■e 4, Future Nurses Club 4; lass Night 4. JON A BASCOM “Boom-Boom December 31 Capricorn Boys Tennis 1, Band 1,2; Indus- trial Arts 1; DECA 3,4; Personal Typing 2; Honor Roll 4. BARBARA JEAN BATCHELDER “Barb” March 13 Pisces heerl eading 1; Powder Puff Dotball 3,4, Yearbook 4, Prom ommittees: Junior, Senior and arewell. Ski Club 2,3,4; Who’s . ' ho; Student Council 1; Class I ight 4; Senior Variety Show 4; sherette for Graduation 3; onor Roll 1, 2,3,4. YASUHARU BANDO “ Yasu ” November 13 Scorpio Yearbook Staff 4, International Club 4; Photography Club 4, Library Aid 4; Intramural Bas- ketball 4; Junior Assembly 4. JAMES BARKYOUMB “Jim ” February 4 Aquarius HENRY BEDARD ■Jay ' October 23 Scorpio Photography Club 2,3,4; Rus- sian Club 3,4; Social Studies Club 2,3,4. . V LINDA BEELER ‘Lin” JEFF BENSON November 11 Scorpio TOM BENNETT ■‘TEB ■ November 26 Sagittarius J.V. Basketball Manager 2. DONNA-LEE BLATCHI " Blatch” qC ' July2 5Ite r Powder PufP ootbaU-XA Ski Club 1, 2,3,4; LibraiV OT Lamplighters 1; Seniot ' ty Show 4; Work Experi2 Honor Roll 1,2; Guidan ;gl!CM . CAROL BLONIARZ January 6 Capricorn Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 3,4; Work Experience 4. LILLIAN BOTTOMLEY “Lir ' December 11 Sagittarius Girls Basketball 1,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Intramural ’’Basketball 1; Guidance Aid 1. Honor June 3 Gemini DENISE BETOURNAY " Nise” December 6 Sagittarius Personal Typing 2; Guidance Aid 1. LAURIE D BENT November 20 Scorpio WALTER BOTTOM LEY “Wally” September 9 N’irgo WILLIAM J BOUCHER “Billy Boo " August 19 Leo Track 2,3,4; Band 1, 2,3,4; Social 1 Studies Club 3,4; Senior ariety i Show 4; Intramural Basketball j 2; Stage Band 1,3,4, “Wanna see my etchings?” JOHN BOUDREAU “ Bonzi” June 3 Gemini Track 4; Ski Club 4; Band 1,2, Outdoors Club 2,4. NE B in i DARLE June 1 Gemini Intramural Basketball 1; Girls Intramural Volleyball 1. MICHAEL BOULETTE “Mike” October 23 Scorpio JAMES BOUSQUET “Jim” June 18 Gemini Varsity Soccer 4; J. ' . Soccer 2; Ice Hockey 1,3; Senior V ' ariety Show 4 SUSAN MARIE BOUSQUET “Little Boo " April 1 Aries Bowling 3, Powder Puff Foot- ball 3,4, Yearbook 4; Ski Club 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Lamplighters 4; Senior N ' ariety Show 4; Work Experience 4; Concession Stand 4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; National Honor Roll So- ciety 1,2, 3,4; Office Aid 2; rusi. ;y • V KAREN BOURQUE September 7 Virgo Work Experience 4, Honor Roll 1,2,3. lA .»» ANTHONY F BROWN “Tony” January 21 Aquarius J.V Basketball 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; J V Football 1,2; Wrestling 3; Track 1. DONALD BUREAU June 30 Cancer KATHRYN BRIDE “Kathy” January 23 Aquarius Powder Puff Football 3,4, Ju- nior Prom Committee; Ski Club 2,3,4; Band 1, National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 2, 3,4; Lamplighters 4; Senior Va- riety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Usherette for Graduation 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. COMIE BUANNO October 19 Libra Varsity Soccer 3,4; J.V. Soccer 2; Ice Hockey 3,4; Senior V ' arie- ty Show 4; Honor Roll 3. RONALD BURKE “Ron” December 22 Capricorn ALICE BREWCZYNSKl “Al” November 13 Scorpio Girls Basketball 1; Nurses Aid 3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Commit- tees: Senior and Farewell; Ski Club 1; Student Council 1; Se- nior Variety Show 4. CHERYL BRIDGE July 28 Leo Powder Puff Football 4; Prom Committees: Senior and Farew- ell; Future Business Leaders of America 3; Student Council 1; Work Experience 4; DECA 3. 26 I CYNTHIA ANN BURKHART " Cindy July 20 Cancer Future Business Leaders of America 2. PATRICIA LOUISE CANTIN “ Pat October 10 Libra VALERIE JANE BUTENAS " Val ' January 18 Girls Basketball Manager 2; 1 Girls Softball Manager 2; Ski , Club 3,4; Student Council 1; 1 Honor Roll 1,2. 3, 4; National i Honor Roll Society 4. BOBCARAVELLO January 19 Capricorn Band 1,2,3. ROBERT CALLAHAN November 5 Scorpio Boys Tennis 4; Boys Swim Team 2; Ski Club 1,2, 3,4, Band 1,2; Senior Variety Show 4, Honor Roll L2,3,4; Outdoors Club 1. VIKKI BURRIN Burry” February 5 Track 3,4; Girls 3,4; Girls Soft Swim Team 3; Club 3,4; Band Soup 3,4; Class Variety Show 4; Basketball 1, 1; Intramural mural Soccer 1; Int leyball 1. BRENDA L CARD .August 21 Leo Girls Basketball 4; Powder Puff Football 4, Yearbook 4; Prom Committees: Senior and Fare- well; Ski Club 4, Future Nurses Club 4; Class Night 4, Senior Variety Show 4 BARBARA BUSHEY “Clutch Cargo’’ September 27 Libra MARYCARACOGLIA “Mare ’ April 23 Taurus Future Business Leaders of America 3,4; P ' uture Homemak- ers of America 2,3; Senior ’ari- ety Show 4; Work Experience 4; Honor Roll 2,3. MARY BETH CARSON November 24 Sagittarius FLORENCE CARY " Flo " August 29 N ' irgo Mixed Choir 1; Guidance Aid 2, 3. SUSAN CARLEY “Adrienne” September 7 Virgo KENDA J, CARLSON March 19 Pisces A.F.S. 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; In- tramural Volleyball 1; Inter- mural Basketball 1,2; Exchange Student to Thailand 3. RANDY S. CARROLL March 13 Pisces PAULCARONNA September 19 Libra ANNACARDAROPOLI “ Banana’ February 3 Aquarius JOHN CARDEN November 6 Scorpio Automotive Club 3,4; Work Experience 3,4. JOHN CAROLLO " Johnny” August 6 Leo N’arsity Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Boys Swim Team 1,2,3, Captain 4. ' ' O ' JILL DALE CARLSON August 12 Leo fowling Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 3; ixed Choir 2,3,4; Concert Choir 2,3,4. 28 MARTHA JOAN CASS " Martie ’ January 27 Aquarius Powder Puff Football 3; Year- book 4; As Schools Match Wits 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 4; Lam- plighters 1; Alphabet Soup 3; Senior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4; Usherette for Graduation 2; Creative Club 3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Roll Society 3,4; School Newspaper 2. HARVEY CASSELL February 15 Aquarius MICHAEL A CASTELVETERE " Sierra” July 23 Leo ks Schools Match Wits 4; Pho- ography Club 2,3,4; Mixed hoir 4; Lamplighters 4; Rus- ian Club 3,4; Social Studies ' lub 2,3,4; Intramural Basket- iall2. TIM CASTELVETERE November 30 Sagittarius Track 2, Band 1,2, 3, 4 EWAtO ' ,■ V Girls Basketnaliyii ' Girl H()ckw ia;4; OM er PyfrPAot b ]TLS 4; Jeafbook 3 ' ,4, P m ComnyittlfM: Senior and Jpniort C.4. V.D)c t;lass ht J : Senior V riefw ' SjijiY ette itty Graduanof) 2,4V HJBho|r Roll ' r, ,3 4 -Offi idrAr G rlJ Basketb ' n l nager {. MARKCERRATO May 13 Pisces {ki Club 3,4; Future Business i ' eaders of America 2; Conces- iion Stand 4, Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4, r PAUL CHAPIN V July 24 Leo Yearbook Staff 2; Photography Club 1,2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club 2,3,4, ' ork Experience 4 RONALD CHEVALIER " Ron ’ June 15 Gemini Varsity Baseball 1,2,4; Varsity Football 1,2; Ice Hockey 4, GAILEN F. CHORETTE January 28 Aquarius Wrestling 4, Bowling 4. BILL CLARK January 14 Capricorn ARLENE S. CHOOLGIAN “Chooch” April 20 Aries Girls Field Hockey 3,4; J.V. Cheerleading 1,2; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Prom Committees: Junior and Senior; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Office Aid 2; Girls Basket- ball Manager 4. LINDA DARLENE CHRISTENSEN ' Christy ' February 2 Aquarius Ski Club 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Senior Variety Show 4. KATHERINE A COBB July 25 Leo Future Business Leaders America 4; Honor Roll 3. WILLIAM M. CLARKIN " Bill " March 22 Aries JOHNCOCCIA July 17 Cancer 30 STEPHEN W COOPE “Steve ' ' Eebruary 8 Aquarius JOSEPH E COURTOIS “ Joe " January 14 Capricorn ERNEST COLLINS " Ernie " March 29 Aries STEVE COTE September 4 V irgo Varsity Soccer 1; J.V. Soccer 3; Boys Tennis 3; Golf 4; Band 1 KATHLEEN ERANCES COUGHLIN ■ Kath " May 1 Taurus toys Swim Team Manager 3,4; lirls Softball 2; Powder Puff " ootball 3,4; Junior Prom Committee; Ski Club Treasurer President 1,3,4; National Honor Society President 4; LVho ' s Who 3,4; Class Night 4; cnior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4; Gymnastics Club f. Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Office jVid 1; Guidance Aid 1; Citizen- [hip Award 1. MICHAEL E. COONEY " Mike " September 29 Libra V ' arsity Soccer 1; J ' . Soccer 2, 3; Boys Swim Team 1,2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4; Track 2,3,4: Band 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3 4, Personal Typing 4. JOHN COTE " William November 17 Scorpio Chess Club 1,2,3; N.R.A. 4. KATHLEEN MARY COSTAS " Kathy ” April 9 Aries Work Experience 3,4 BETTY JANE CORNOCK " BJ.” Eebruary 20 Pisces CARMINE ANTHONY CONTE " Rider " Eebruary 10 Aquarius Varsity Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Var- sity Football 2,3, Captain 1; Cit- izenship Award 1. V MADLYN CROWELL December 20 Sagittarius Powder Puff Football 3,4; Prom Committees: Junior, Senior and Farewell; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4, Concession Stand 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Roil 1,2, 3,4; National Honor Roll Society 1,2, 3,4. THOMAS M CUMMINGS ■ ' T.C. ' November 14 Scorpio Ice Hockey Captain 4; Industri- al Arts 2,3,4. DOREEN CYR February 23 Pisces JAMES CUDNIK ' " Jim " March 28 Aries jj I k RUTH ANN CUTLER May 18 Pisces Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 2,3,4; Library Aid 2,3,4; Lamp- lighters 1; Honor Roll 1,3,4. NANCY ANN CROMPTON " Giggles " September 1 Virgo Girls Swim Team Captain 3; Cheerleading 4; J.V. Cheerlead- ing 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committees: Junior and Senior; Who’s Who 3; Class Night 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Usherette for Gradua- tion 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Gymnastics Club 1; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Elementary Tutoring Program 1. MAUREEN O ' HARA CROSS " Moe " September 7 Virgo Work Experience 4; ' Guidance Aid 1. JEFFREY J. CURTISS " Munchkin November 3 Scorpio Wrestling 1,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Bowling 1,2; Band 1,2, 3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 3,4; Library Aid 2; Weight lifting 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2, Historian 3; Lamp- lighters 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2,3,4. KENDRA DAHILL September 2 Virgo Mixed Choir 1,2,3; Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Committee; Lamp- lighters 1; Senior Variety Show 4; Gymnastics Club 1. 32 DANIEL DEMERS " Dan ' August 14 Leo PATRICIA DeMUR “Pat” May 19 Taurus JULIE DIANE DAHL April 22 Taurus Powder Puff P ' ootball 3,4; Per- sonal Typing 4. GARY VV DEHAAS December 22 Capricorn J. ' . Baseball 2,3; arsity Base- ball 4; J ' . Basketball 2. COLETTE DAIGLE “ Daigs” May 22 Gemini Girls Softball 1, DEC A 3,4 DAVE D AMATO July 7 Cancer Bowling 4. WILLIAM K DeMUR “Wild Bill” March 7 Pisces Varsity Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Varsity P ' octball ( " aptain 1; J.V ' . Foot- ball 2; Varsity Soccer 1,2; Track 1; Senior Variety Show 4; Usher for Graduation .V, DEBORAH DENSMORE “ Debbie " March 18 Pisces International Club 2. DOREEN DENTON September 23 Virgo DAN DeSOUSA May 10 Pisces STEVEN J DESROCHES " Eneeve August 19 Leo Varsity Soccer 1; Ice Hockey 3, 4; Honor Roll 3,4. KATHRYN MARISE DEVEAU " Kath” September 27 Libra Girls Tennis 4; International Club 4; Gymnastics Club 4. JOSEPH J. DIPPEL ‘Dip’ May 16 Taurus J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Base- ball 1,2, 3, 4; Varsity Eootball 2,3, 4; J.V, Eootball 1; Ski Club 1; Boys State Representative 3; Grand Marshal 3. ALAN DESROSIERS December 8 Sagittarius 34 LORI DOBROZENSKY June 14 Gemini iCirls Softball 1; Ski Glub 1,2; IjStudent Council 1, Secretary; JWork Experience 4; Scholastic ; Art Award 2. KATHERINE jOLAINE DRIPCHAK KJ” March 12 Pisces Girls Field Hockey 3,4, Girls Tennis 3; National Honor Socie- ty 3,4; Girls State Representa- tive 3; Senior ' ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4, Seminar Day Committee 3; RST 2; Span- ish Club 4 LINDA JEANNE DOW DEN " Dowd " May 15 Taurus Girls Softball 2,3,4, Powder Puff Football 4; Yearbook 4; Alphabet Soup 3; Senior Variety- Show 4; Creative Writing Club 3; Honor Roll 3,4. MARCEL DUBOIS “Maxwell ” March 30 Aries J.V, Football 2; Boys Swim Team 3; Track 1,4 CAROLE DUCLOS “ Munchkin” June 20 Gemini Ski Club 3, 4, Color Guard 2,3, Co-Captain 4, Knitting Club 2; Mixed Choir 1, Senior Variety Show 4, Honor Roll 1,3 KATHLEEN JO DREYER “Shorty” April 22 Taurus Bowling ’ice President 3; Year- book 4; Color Guard 3; National Honor Society 3,4; P uture Homemakers of America Presi- dent 3; Lamplighters 4; Senior V ariety Show 4; Work Experi- ence 4; Concession Stand 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Roll Society 1,2, 3,4, Of- fice Aid 2; Chorus 1, Pep Squad 2; Drama Usherette 2. PAUL EMILE DUBRELTL March 23 Aries Lamplighters 2,3,4. MARY DONNELLY August 26 ' irgo Powder Puff Football 3. JOSEPH Y DUBE “Joe November 29 Sagittarius DARYL DU MALA January 28 .Arjuarius Track 3; VVeight Lifting 3; Honor Roll 3. 35 ROSEANNE M DUPUIS " Roseanne June 19 Gemini Drama 2; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Work Experience 4; Intra- mural Basketball 1; Honor Roll 3,4. JANET EASTMAN " Jan January 3 Capricorn International (dub 2. J AGIN [laroo ;r’2 S;Ki|tka ius i;l ' BasketbMNl 3; Girls ' all 1,2,3141 ' Girls Field lockey 3,4; PowcVr Puff Foot- ball 4; Senior X ' ariety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3,4. KATHLEEN DWIGHT " Kathi May 16 Taurus Girls Tennis 4; Future Business Leaders of America 4; Honor Roll 3,4. GREG ECKENROTH " Eck May 31 Gemini V ' arsity Soccer 1; Boys Swim Team 1; Track 2,3,4; Bowling 3; Senior Variety Show 4; Intra- mural Basketball 2,3; DECA 3, 4. HOWARD EDGAR " Howie " January 27 Aquarius Track 3,4; Weight Lifting 2,3; Honor Roll 3. NICHOLAS DU RAY " Nicky " June 12 Gemini Boys Tennis 4; Ice Hockey 4, Golf 4; Ski Club 4; Class Night 4; Senior V ariety Show 4. CYNTHIA JOYCE EASTMAN " Cindy November 3 Scorpio Band 2,3,4; Color Guard 2; Fu- ture Nurses Club 4; Senior Vari- ety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. CAROLYN ANN EBERLE May 1 Taurus Cheerleading 4; J.V. Cheerlead- ing 3; Powder Puff Football 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Knitting Club 1; Future Nurses Club 3,4; Alphabet Soup 3; Se- nior Variety Show 4; Creative VV ' riting Club 3; Gymnastics Club 1; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. 36 COl.l.EEN EHRMARDT Eebruary 15 Aciuarius Junior Achievement 2,3; DEC A 3,4. CHERYL ANN EDMONDS ' Cher ' August 5 Leo Senior Prom Committee; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4, Honor Roll 3,4 EDWARD EETKO " Ed October 14 Libra Boys Swim Team 1,2, 3, 4; Intra mural Basketball 2,3. FREDERICK FISHER • ' Fred " July 25 Leo Boys Swim Team 1,2, 3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook 2,4, National Honor Society 3,4; Photography Club 2; Chess Club 2; Lamplighters 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Coin Club 2. CATHERINE ANN FITZGERALD P ' itz " Buns” June 22 Cancer ' owder Puff Football 4; Prom Committees: Senior and Fare- veil; Future Business Leaders of merica 2; International Club t. Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed :hoir 4; Student Council 4; amplightres 3,4; S. S. Lab 2; ilST 2,3,4. RUSSELL FIORE " Chadwick ’ July 30 Leo J. " . Baseball 2; Boys Tennis 4; Ice Hockey 4. ! PETER FELLX " " Pete " June 5 Gemini ■Boys Tennis 4; Boys Swim iPeam 3,4; Track 2,3; Weight " Lifting 3,4, Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. LINDA MARIE FITZGERALD " " P ' itz " February 10 Aquarius Powder puff P ' ootball 4; Year- book 3, Assistant Editor-in- C ' hief 4; Prom Committees: Ju- nior and P ' arewell; Ski Club 2,3; Who s Who 4; Class Night 3,4; Senior Variety Show 4. SHARON ANN FITZSIMONS " Fitz ' December 31 Capricorn Prom Committees: Senior, Farewell and Junior; Yearbook 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Lamplighters 1,2,3, ' ice Presi- dent 4; Senior V ariety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Usherette for Graduation 3. DAVE FLOWER May 13 Taurus Varsity Football 1,2,3, Tri-Cap- tain 4; Wrestling 3, Tri-Captain 4; Weight Lifting 2,3,4. TIMOTHY FLYNN ' Flynnie April 25 Taurus J.V ' . Football 1; Track 1; Bowl- ing 3,4; Senior Variety Show 4. JEFFREY FOLGER " Jeff November 7 Scorpio Boys Tennis 4; Boys Swim Team 2,3,4; Outdoors Club 3,4. NANCY FONTANA “Nan June 24 Cancer Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Future Business Leaders of America 3,4; Lamp- lighters 1; Work Experience 3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Guidance Aid 1 KAREN FLAHERTY July 24 Leo Honor Roll 2,3,4. MARK FOLSOM “Stick " ’ December 27, Capricorn Boys Tennis Co-Captain 3,4, Boys Swim Team 2,3,4; Who s Who 3,4; Intramural Basketball 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Nation- al Honor Society 4. THOMAS FORTIER “Tom’ " November 5 Scorpio 38 Isn’t school interesting? DEBRA FRANGIAMORE " Debbie " December 26 Capricorn LYNNE GALL ' SKA October 30 Scorpio I’owder Puff Eootball 3,4; Prom Ormmittees: Junior and Senior; Senior Variety Show 4. DANIEL P GARVEY i " Garv " : May 23 Gemini ' arsity Football 2,3,4, Co-Cap- :ain 1, Wrestling 3, Go-Captain 4, Track Captain 1; Ski Club 1, 2, Weight Lifting 2,3. LOU ANN GAMAGE December 20 Sagittarius WILLIAM (;ARNER " V ’et Willie " September 30 Libra Ice Hockey 4; Outdoors Cdub 2. BRIAN GAMAGE “ Gams " December 31 Capricorn J.V. F ' ootball 1,2; Boys Tennis 4; Senior ariety Show 4; Work Experience 4; DECA3,4. 39 BRENDA MARIE GEBO June 7 Cancer Powder Puff Eootball 4; Honor Roll 2,3. FRANCIS E. GICUERE " Frank ’ December 12 Sagittarius N ' arsity Football 3; J.V’. Football 2; Ice Hockey 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Band 2,3,4; Weight Lifting 2,4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Stage Band 3,4. PAUL THOMAS GRACEWSKI " Gra ” January 3 Capricorn Varsity Baseball Manager 1; Boys Swim Team 3,4; Track 2,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4. BONNIE GIESSLER December 10 Sagittarius GAIL M GODBOUT September 18 V ' irgo FRANK ROBERT GOULD December 1 Sagittarius Varsity Football 3,4; J.V. Foot- ball 1,2; Track 2,3, Captain 4; Honor Roll 3. KAREN GRACZYK March 2 Pisces Junior Prom Committee; Stu- dent Council 1; Social Studies Club 4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Usherette for Gradua- tion 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Office Aid 3,4; Home Economics Award 1. MICHAEL GIOSCIO “Mike " November 13 Scorpio Work Experience 4. 40 BARBARA JEAN GRAPE " Barb April 14 Aries Powder Puff Eootball 4, Year- book 4; Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Who ' s Who 3,4; Student Council 1, Senior V ariety Show 4; Intra- mural Basketball 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. DAVID GRAVES " Why is the grass always greener on the other side ' : KATHLEEN MARY GREGSON " Greggs " March 26 Aries Girls Field Hockey Manager 4; Powder Puff F ' ootball 3,4; Prom Committees: Senior and Junior; Color Guard 1; F ' uture Business Leaders of America 3; Yearbook 4; Student Council 1; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Drama 1,2,3. TIMOTHY GRIGELY ■ ' D A. King ' September 25 Libra J.V. Football 1; Ice Hockey 3; Weightlifting 3. WENDELL L GRIGELY, JR " Grigs " June 6 Gemini Ice Hockey 3; Ski Club 3. RICHARD HANDVILLE ■Rick” June 28 Cancer Band 1.2, 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Stage Band 1,2,3, 4. CHRISTINE A HARLAMBAKIS “Chris” June 18 Gemini Cheerleading 1. COLBY HARMON “Gustav Vom Rhein” June 1 Gemini Track 1; Senior Prom Commit- tee; Photography Club 1,2,3; President 4; Russian Club 2,3,4; Senior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4; Social Studies Lab 2,3; Sports Photographer 4. GARY HAMMOND “Seagull” October 20 Libra J.V. Soccer 1,2; Track 1,2; Weightlifting 2,3. JILL HARRINGTON November 26 Sagittarius MARK HALPIN September 5 ’irgo BRIAN HALLETT June 2 Gemini J.V. Basketball 2; J. ' . Baseball 2; J. ' . Football 2; Boys Tennis Co-Captain 3; Who’s Who 3; Weight Lifting 2,3,4; Conces- sion Stand 4; Intramural Basket- ball 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. SALLY ANN HASTINGS " Haste ' December 19 Sagittarius Yearbook 4; Ski Club 1,3,4, Usherette for Graduation 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. ELAINE R HITCHCOCK ■ ' Hitch " December 3 Sagittarius J V. Cheerleading 1,2; Co-Cap- tain 3; Varsity Cdieerleading 4; Powder Puff Eootball 3,4, Year- book 4; Prom Committees: Ju- nior, Senior and Farewell, Class Night 4, Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 3. , u. -o , P gBBI HAYFORD June 24 Cancer Bowling Treasurer 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Color Guard 3; Mixed Choir 2; Future Home- makers of America 2; Treasurer 3, Lamplighters 4; Senior Varie- ty Show 4, Work Experience 4; DECA3,4 MARK JAMES HENLEY " Hunyak September 29 Libra Varsity Soccer 1; Boys Swim Team 2,3; Band 1; P ' uture Busi- ness Leaders of America Presi- dent 3; Industrial Arts 1. CHARLES HART " Chuck ” November 24 Sagittarius Ice Hockey 3,4, SUEHAUN January 30 Aquarius Future Business Leaders of America 3; Work Experience 3; DE3; Ski Club 1 WILLIAM J HIGGINS " Hig " February 12 Aquarius JAMES STEVEN HAYDEN " Haydes ' April 15 Aries Varsity Basketball 2,3, Captain 4; J ' Basketball 1; Varsity Football 3,4; J V. Football 1; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Usher for Graduation 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Honor Roll 3. PATRICIA ANNEHEALY October 18 Libra Girls Field Hockey 2,3; Powder Puff Football 4; Girls Tennis 3, 4; Yearbook 2, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Ski Club 2,3, 4; National Honor Society 3.4; Concert Choir .Accompaniest 4, Girls State Representative Al- ternate 3; Senior N ' ariety Show 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Class Night 4. JOSEPH G HETHCOAT " Joe May 21 Taurus Concert Choir 4; Mixed Choir 2, 3,4; Intramural Basketball 3. BRUCE HUMPHRIES May 10 Taurus Varsity Baseball 1; J. . Baseball 2; ' arsit Football 3,4; J A’. Football 2. ALTON F HUNTLEY " Al ' ' January 26 Aquarius Band 1,2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Who’s Who; Boys State Representative 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. CHRIS HUSHAK August 2 Leo Yearbook 4; Chess Club 1,2; Senior Variety Show 4; Junior Achievement 2,3; Woodwork- ing Club 1,3,4; Chorus 1; Coin Club 1; Biology Club 2,3. SHERRY A HODGE " Hodgie ” August 27 Virgo CLIFF HOXIE " The Hox " September 7 Virgo J.V. Soccer 2,3; Yearbook 4; Band 3; Industrial Arts 3. DAVE HUNT " Moe November 20 Scorpio LAURIE HUPPl October 26 Scorpio Girls Basketball 3; Girls Tennis 3; Knitting Club 3. LINDA SUSAN HUTCHINS " Hutch " March 29 Aries Yearbook 4; Usherette for Grad- uation 3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. 44 RICHARD ROBERT JENKINS ■Rick " May 20 T atirus Concert ( lioir 4; Mixed ( hoir 1, 1; Alphabet Soup 3. STE E JEROME " Steve June 25 Cancer J. ' . Eootball 2; Work Experi ence 4. CIN DY ANN JACQUES October 28 Scorpio Band 1. 2. 3,4, Intramural Bas- ketball I LAURA MARIE JARMOC July 5 Cancer Powder Puff P ' ootball 3,4; Year- book 4; Ski Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; V ho ' s V ho 3,4, Student Council 1,2, 3, 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Llsher- ette for Graduation 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Renselaer .Award 3. CRAIG INGALLS November 27 Sagittarius Automotive Club 3,4; Weight- lifting 3; Honor Roll 4 PAUL JULE JANUSZEWSKI " Polock " May 6 Taurus Band 2,3,4; Industrial .Arts 1.2. ROGER INGRAHAM ■Rog " December 20 Sagittarius Ice Hockey 3,4. DEBBIE JACKSON " DJ " August 21 Leo [ Band 1; International Club 2; Social Studies Club 4; Work Experience 4; Honor Roll 2; Office Aid 2; Spanish Club 4. BOB JOHNSON " Buck August 11 Leo Chess Club CYNTHIA JUTE “Cindy’ " C.J. July 15 Cancer I’ rom Committees: Junior, Se- nior and Farewell; Mixed Choir 3,4; Student Council 1,2; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Roll 4. SUSAN KAPLAN “Sue ” May 15 Taurus Girls Softball 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Intramural Basket- ball 3,4.. STEPHEN R. KAUFFMAN “Mooch December 17 Sagit- tarius Work Experience 4. 46 WARREN A KAUFFMAN August 18 Leo Work Experience 3,‘4; Intramur- al Basketball 2. LYNNE ELLEN KING May 1 1 Taurus RAYMOND A KELLER JR “RAK February 24 Pisces Senior Prom Committee; Audio Visual Club 2.3,4, Honor Roll 3. JAMES KELLIHER September 10 V ' irgo ki Club 2.3. ROSS JAMES KENNEDY December 7 Sagittarius J.V. Football 1,2; Alphabet Soup 3. MEREDITH KAY July 12 Cancer PAULA MARIE KILTY September 9 X ' irgo Powder Puff Football 3,4; Girls Tennis Manager 3; Yearbook 4 Prom (Committees: Senior and Junior, Who’s Who; Concert (Choir 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 1,4; Student (Council 3.4, Lampligh- ters 1,2, 3,4; Class Night 4; Se- nior V ariety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4; Usherette for (Craduation 3; Intramural Bas- ketball 3, Honor Roll 3.4 MELVIN E KING August 20 Leo Wrestling 2 JGAN K KELLEY February 3 Aquarius Bow ling 4, M CORINE CATHERINE CHRISTINE KELLY " Cory February 8 .Aquarius Girls Softball 1; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 1.2, 3, 4, Color (Cuard 2; Library Aid 2; Alphabet Soup 4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4, Usherette for Graduation 3; Intramural Bas- ketball 1. PETER EDWARD KONIECZNY “Pete " March 19 Taurus DONNA LEE KRIVACS August 21 Leo Cheerleading 1; J V. Cheerlead- ing 2; Co-Captain 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Committee; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Intramural Basketball 1. PETER A KING June 10 Gemini J. ' . Basketball 1,2; Varsity Baseball 3,4; J ' . Baseball 1,2; V ' arsity Soccer 3,4; J.V. Soccer 1,2; Who ' s Who 3; Student Council 1; Boys State Repre- sentative 3; Senior Variety Show 4; Usher for Graduation 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; School Newspaper 1; Student Advisory Council to the Superintendent of Schools 3,4; English Award 1. LOUISE TERESA LAFERRIERE July 24 Leo Senior Variety Show 4. GAIL MARIE KINGSBURY Februar 19 Aquarius WILLIAM KORONA “Bill February 25 Pisces J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Football 1, 2; Honor Roll L2,3,4. EDWARD KRASA “Eddie ” December 2 Sagittarius Color Guard 1; Library Aid 2; Guidance Aid 2,3; Biology Club Vice-President 2. PAUL LaMESA March 5 Pisces SANDRA LYNN KWEDER " Sandy June 15 Gemini Cheerleading 3, Co-Captain 1, Captain 4; Powder Puff Foot- ball 4; Farewell Prom Commit- tee; Ski Club 1, 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Who’s Who 4; Student Council 1, Treasurer 2,3; Class Night 3,4; Senior Va- riety Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4. 48 JANET FIDELIA LANE October 5 Libra Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 1, Alphabet Soup 3,4; Senior Vari- y, ty Show 4; Honor Roll L2,3,4; l ' ational Honor Roll Society 3, M; RST 2,3,4; Seminar Day 3,4; vjArts Festival 2,3,4. MARLENE PRANCES LaPIERRE January 18(-apricorn Powder Puff Football 3,4, rewell Prom Committee. TINA LAPOINTE " T” September 19 Virgo Track 3,4; Girls Basketball Manager 3; Yearbook 4, Ski Club 2,3.4; Rand 3.4; Ciolor Guard 2,3; Knitting Club 2, Chess Club 2; Senior Variety- Show 4; (gymnastics ( lub I; Honor Roll I; Personal Typing 2; C;uidance Aid 2,4, Art Club 3 4. Isn ' t Physics Fun 49 LISA ANN LeBEL “Lise ” December 20 Sagittarius Color Guard 3,4; Knitting Club 3; International Club 3; Usher- ette for Graduation 2,3; Honor Roll 3.4. RICHARD LEVASSEUR ' Rich March 25 Aries J.V. Soccer 2; Cross Country 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Chess Club I; Personal Typing 3; Guidance Aid 4. . GREGORY L’HERUEUX “Greg’’ January 22 Aquarius Varsity Soccer I; J.V. Soccer 2; Boys Tennis 4; Boys Swim Team 3,4; Band 1, 2,3,4. KANDY LEE LASHER June 7 Gemini Color Guard 2,3, Captain 4; Knitting Club 2; Future Nurses Club 4; Future Homemakers of America 2,3; Senior Variety Show 4; Crisco Home Ec. Award 2. SAMUEL LAURIA ‘Sam ” July 10 Cancer DENNIS LePAGE October 22 Libra Varsity Baseball 1, J.V. Baseball 2,3; Varsity Football 2,3,4; J.V. Football 2,3; Wrestling 3. mic;hael lexttsky January 4 Capricorn WELLS RAY LINDSAY October 14 Libra Photography Club 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Social Studies Lab. 3,4. 50 GEORGE LOVE May 15 Taurus c D , SALLY MARIE LOFTUS I January 18 Capricorn “ Powder Puff PTiotball 4; Year- . book 4; Student Council 1,2; j Senior Variety Show 4; Junior „ Achievement 2,3. JUDITH LYNN LOISELLE ■ Judy ' Augusts Leo Powder Puff Football 4; Year- book 4, Junior Prom Ciornmit- tee; Ski Club 3,4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4, Intramural Basket- ball 2, Honor Roll 2,3,4. TRACY LOVELL " Trace " December 28 Capri- corn Powder Puff P ' ootball 3, Cap- tain 4; National Honor Society 3,4; International Club 2,3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2, 3,4; Class Night 4; Senior ariety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Ticker 3. MONICA MACIOLEK October 2 Libra Student Council 1; Work Expe- rience 4. PHILIP J MaGUIRK " Phil " April 13 .Yries Audio-Visual Aides 1, 2,3,4 ERIC R LONGFELLOW May 16 Taurus Varsity Soccer 3,4; Boys Tennis 4; Boys Swim Team 3,4;Wation- al Honor Society Vice-President 3,4; Photography Club 2; Chess Club 1, Student Council 1, Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH LOSTY " Marybeth February 11 Aquarius Senior X ' ariety Show 4, Work Experience 4; Junior Achieve- ment 2,3; DECA 3,4. ELIZABETH LYNCH Bet ’ May 5 Taurus Powder Puff Football 3,4; Se- nior ' ariety Show 4; Work Ex- perience 4; DECA 3,4. STEVEN M MAGORA " Steve April 30 Taurus Varsity Basketball 3,4; Captain 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 1, Varsity Soccer 1,2,3, Captain 4; Class Night 4.. ESLIE ANN MALONE DANIEL JAMES MARTIN " Dan” December 30 Capricorn J.V. Baseball Z; J.V. Soccer 2; Track 3,4; Ski Club 1; Intra- mural Basketball 3,4. SUSAN JOAN MASSEE “Sue January 17 Capricorn Cheerleading 3,4; J.V. Cheer- leading 1,2; Powder Puff Foot- ball 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committees; Junior and Se- nior; Ski Club 2; Band 1; Stu- dent Council 1; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Usher- ette for Graduation 3; Honor Roll 2,3,4. CAROL ANN MATHIEU July 26 Leo Girls Swim Team 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Girls Tennis 3, 4; Lamplighters 2; Intramural Basketball 2. KAREN MARTINSON March 15 Pisces Ski Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Usherette for Gar- diiation 3; Intramural Basket- ball 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2, 3. 4; Latin I Award 2; Chemistry Award 3. MICHAEL MASTALERZ “Mike ' September 11 N’irgo Bowling 4, Industrial Arts 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Work Experience. “Les " May 15 Taurus Powder Puff Football 3,4; Girls Tennis 3,4; Future Business Leaders of America 3; Student Council 4; Senior k ' ariety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Honor Roll 3,4. CHERYL ANNE MANISCALCO November 5 Scorpio Powder Puff Football 4. WAYNE DENIS MARTIN “.Apeman " April 11 Aries JOAN MARIE MANISCALCHI “Joanie February 23 Pisces Powder Puff Football 4; Work Experience 4; DECA4. WAYNE R MARTIN April 25 Taurus LYNNE MARIE MATHIEU Eebruar) 7 Aquarius National Honor Society 3.4; Who ' s Who 3,4; Student Cioun- cil 3; Senior ' ariety Show 4, Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. SUSAN MARIE McCAFFERTY " SUMC December3 Sagittarius Powder Puff Football 3,4, Year- book 4; Junior Prom Commit- tee; Ski Club 3,4, Majorettes 2; Concert Choir 4; Lamplighters 1; Senior X ' ariety Show 4; Ush- erette for Graduation 3; Intra- mural Basketball 1.2,4; Honor Roll L2.3,4 PATRICIA ELLEN McGOWAN " Patty” November 19 Scorpio As Schools Match Wits 3,4; Band Council V ' ice-President 3; President 4; Stage Band 1,2, 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Who’s Who 4; Student Council President 2; Vice President 4; Alphabet Soup 3,4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Elks Youth Leadership Scholarship 3; School Newspa- per 1,2,4; UN Day Delegate 4. STEPHEN J McGUFF " Stenka ' March 10 Pisces Yearbook 2,3,4; Ski Club 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Who’s Who 3,4; Photography Club 1,4, President 2,3; Weight Lifting 4; Russian Club 2,3,4; Social Studies Club 2,3,4; Se- nior Variety Show 4; Conces- sion Stand 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Social Studies Lab 2, Director of Services 3, Executive Direc- tor 4. MARY ELLEN McGUlNNESS ’Mare October 16 Libra Yearbook 4; Ski Club 1,2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Who’s Who 4; Library Aid 2,3; Class Night 4; Senior Variety- Show 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. DEBRA LEE McCULLY ’Canuck July 21 Cancer Girls Swim Team 3; Powder Puff P ' oetball 4; Girls Tennis 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2. Tell Mark 1 want to order ten of these Mmes McCarthy ’J immy’’ Decembers Sagittarius .(iross Country 4; Track 3,4; Yearbook 4; Band 1; Honor Roll 3,4. KATHLEEN ANN ; McGUlNNES “Kathy " March 16 Pisces ; Boys Swim Team Manager 3,4; ' Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Com- Imittee; Ski Club 1,2, 3. 4; Na- i tional Honor Society. Secretary ‘ 4; Who’s Who 3; Student Coun- cil 1.2; Assistant Secretary 3, ! Secretary 4; Yale Book Award 3; : Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Honor Roll 1.2. 3.4. MICHAEL McNamara " M ach " Mike November 14 Scorpio J.V. Baseball 2; Intramural bas- ketball 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3. LESLIE MEYER " Leslie " November 21 Scorpio Girls Basketball 1,3; Girls Soft- ball L2,3,4; Powder Puff Foot- ball 3,4; Ski Club 3; Senior Vari- ety Show 4; Intramural Basket- ball 2,3. MARY E MEYER JuK 19 Cancer BRENDA J MEYERS January 13 Capricorn Girls F ield Hockey 2; Cheer- leading 3; J.V. Cheerleading 2; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Year- book 4; Prom Committees: Ju- nior and Senior; Future Busi- ness Leaders of America Histo- rian 3,4; Class Night 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Work Experi- ence 4; Concession Stand 4; Usherette for Graduation 2,3; Intramural Basketball 1, Office Aid 1; Modern Dance 1. RONALD MICHAUD " Bonzo” April 6 Aries RUSSELL MILLER “Russ” March 5 Pisces Boys Tennis 3; Boys Swim Team 2; Ski Club 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 4; Work Experience 4. KEN MILLER " Keno ’ December 24 Capricorn 54 Once upon a time . . ■ DEBBIE MUNIZ July 17 Cancer JOHN H MOONEY November 13 Scorpio J.V. Football 2; j.V’. Soccer 3; Track I. WILLIAM NEHILA “ Bill” September 10 V ' irgo Varsit) Baseball 2; Wrestling 3, Tri-Captain 4. MARK MONTEITH October 9 Libra RUSSELL MONTMINY ' Russ” October 5 Libra MAUREEN ELLEN MULLOWNEY August 6 Leo KIM MOYNIHAN ” Kim” April 24 Taurus Work Experience 4; Honor Roll 2,3; Guidance Aid 1. DEBORAH ANN NORIN “ Debbie” June 6 Gemini Lamplighters 2; Work Experi- ence LYNETTEMISTRETTA “Lynn” November 9 Scorpio V ' ork Experience 4. RICHARD MORRIS “ Rich” September 15 Virgo Varsity Basketball 3,4; J.V. Bas- ketball 1,2; Varsity Football 1,2, 3, Tri-Captain 4; Class Night 4; Grand Marshal 3. KAREN NELSON October 31 Scorpio Powder Puff Football 3,4 ; Year- book 4; Junior Prom Committee Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4. LINDA ANN NIXON " Lin September 15 Virgo Bowling 3, Treasurer 4; Future Homemakers of America 3; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2,3. JILLSUZANNEO BRIEN October 20 Libra Color Guard 3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; International Club 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Usher- ette for Graduation 3; Intramur- al Basketball 3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3. ELIZABETH OLIVER March 1 Pisces Ski Club 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3. GLEN O ' KEEFE “Ace ” June 25 Cancer Band 1,2, 3,4; Stage Band 1, 2,3,4. RICKOLSCHAFSKIE “Wierdo January 15 Capricorn J.V. Football 1,2; Weightlifting 2; DECA4. WILLIAM CHARLES OLSCHAFSKIE JR. “Wild Bill’ February? Aquarius Varsity Football 1,2, 3, 4; Ice Hockey 4; Weightlifting 2,3,4; Track 1. SHARON ANN OSBORNE “Ozzi e October 1 Libra Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 2; Senior Variety Show 4 VVork Experienc ; Con- ’ ince ANTIONETTEOSIP “Toni " December 29 Capricorn International Club 2,3; W Experience 4. R ' EtfL ' UfcEL’ET MarclT 22 es (L‘ Lain i‘‘gh t6« j - niorVari tj( now 4. 1 j 56 1 SCOTT OWEN ; " (Jlyde ' March 7 Pisces TERRY OUELLETTE December 20 Sagittarius CHERYL E. PAJAK April IT Aries MICHELLE PARTYKA April IT Aries Work Experience 4. KEN DAL OWENS JR. ' Ken September T Virgo J. ' . Baseball 2; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Chess Club; Intramural Basket- ball 2. JANINEM PARE “Jay” August 8 Leo Powder Puff Football 4; Girls Tennis4; SkiClub 1 ,2,3,4; Con- cert Choir 3; Mixed Choir 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Usher- ette for Graduation 3. j, CYNTHIA GAIL PALMER 1 “Cindy” December 31 Capricorn , ' heerleading 1; Ski Club 1,2,3, fl. Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, Library Aid 1; Honor Roll 4; Lfffice Aid 1; Guidance Aid 1. KENNETH PARR " Jack the Knife” February 10 Aquarius Chess Club 1,2; Weightlifting 1; Work Experience 4; Intramural Basketball 1. SUSAN POLIKS October 26 Scorpio Girls Softball 2; Cheerleading 1, 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Ski Club 3,4; Gymnastics Club 1; Honor Roll 3.4. SUSAN JEAN PHELPS “Sue” March 7 Pisces Powder Puff Football 4; Inter- national Club 3; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Intramural Volleyball 1; Tutor- ing Program 1; Enfield Health and Education Committee 1. ANDREA PIOTROVVSKI “Andie” December 11 Sagittarius Powder Puff Football 3,4; Ski Club 1,2, 3,4; Student Council 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Honor Roll 2,3; Guidance Aid 1. CAROL POIROT “PI” December 22 Sagittarius Yearbook 4; Gymnastics Club 1; Volleyball 1. KIM MARIE PIOTROVVSKI April 24 Taurus Ski Club 4; Student Council 1; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4. STEVEN L. PAUL “Big Steve” January 17 Capricorn Band 1,2, 3, 4; Russian Club 4; Honor Roll 3; Social Studies Lab 4. DIANNE-MARIE PELLEGRINO “Dee- Dee” December 3 Sagittarius Powder Puff Football 3,4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Work Experience 4; Concession Stand 4; Honor Roll 3,4. DALE E. PERCOSKI July 31 Leo Bowling 2; Band 1, 2,3,4; Chess Club 1,2; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4. 58 PHILLIP R POUECH " Pooch " April 2 Aries Boys Swim Team 2; Ice Hockey 3,4; Track 1; Student Council President I .Lamplighters 1; Honor Roll 3. CHARLENE POLLARD " Char January 29 Aquarius Yearbook 4; Lamplighters 1; Senior ’ariety Show 4. SANDY PROTEAU " San ' September 30 Libra Future Nurses Club 2,3; Office Aid 2. PAT RAYNOR November 19 Scorpio j MICHAEL] ROCHETTE I " Roach " August 10 Leo ERICH REHMER l ‘‘The Mongolian Wild Ass” December 29 Capricorn KIMBERLY ANN RICHMOND Kim March 7 Pisces Junior Prom Committee; Inter- national Club 3,4; Fellowship Club 4 LINDA A RINALDI August 10 Leo Library Aid 1. MARK RHODES " Squirrel February 27 Pisces J.V. Baseball 2; J ‘ Soccer 1,2; Ice Hockey 3,4. JANICE ROHRBACHER March 16 Taurus Majorettes 1, Inte rnational Club 3,4; Mi.ved (;hoir 1,4, Fel- lowship (dub 4 MICHAEL H ROSSIGNOL " Mike Octobers Libra Outdoors Club 3. GASPARE ROSATO March 7 Pisces Work Experience 4; Intramural Basketball 3,4. CINDY ROWLEY “Cindy " February 25 Pisces JANESALVA May 15 Taurus Powder Puff Football 3,4; Ski Club 3; Future Business Lead- ers of America 3; Concert Choir 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Intra- mural Basketball 1,2; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Intramural Softball 1 . CRAIG RUBNER SHARLENE M. SABONIS “Charlie” November 25 Sagitarius Color Guard 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Future Nurses Club 2,3,4; Knit- ting Club 1,3,4; Lamplighters 2; Sewing Club 1,2; Library Aid 1; Guidance Aid 1; Gymnastics Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1. EVA ROZENBERSKY October 9 Libra JAMES SANTACROCE “Jim” March 19 Pisces Varsity Football 1,2, 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Senior Prom Committee; Weight Lifting 2, 3,4; Senior Variety Show 4; Varsity Basketball 1. SANDRA LEE SCOTT " Mikie June 11 Gemini Future Nurses Club 4; Intra- mural Basketball 1; Honor Roll 3; Intramural Volleyball 1; Spanish Conversation Club 4; Nurses Aide 3,4. MARIAN SELLERS November 28 Sagittarius Yearbook 4; Ski Club 1; Senior Variety Show 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Guidance Aid 1. 60 FRANCES ANNESIMONOKO " Fran” March 22 Aries Ski Club 1,2, h ' uture Nurses Club 3,4; Senior ' ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 4. KATHERINE ANN SH ERWIN " Kath April 24 Taurus J.V. Cheerleading 3; ' arsity Cheerleading 4; Powder Puff Football 3.4; Yearbook 4, Prom Committees: Senior and Junior; Ski Club 1.2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Student Council 1; Class Night 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Usherette for Cradua- tion 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Junior Achievement 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. CHRISTOPHER N SINSIGALLI " Chris’ January 18 Capricorn Honor Roll 3,4 61 CHERYL ANN SKARZYNSKI " Brandy June 12 Gemini BRAIN THOMAS SMITH " Smitty July 1 Cancer J.V. Football 2; Cross Country 3; Track 1,2,3, Captain 4; Year- book 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Concert Choir 3,4, Mixed Choir 1,2, 3,4; Lamplighters 2, Vice-President 3; President 4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety- Show 4; Concession Stand 4, Honor Roll L2,3,4. LEONARD SMITH " Lenny October 10 Libra ELLEN SMITH May 8 Taurus Work Experience 4; Senior Va- riety Show 4; Junior Achieve- ment 2; FBLA 2. BENJAMIN F. SMITH HI " Ben ” September 15 V ' irgo Future Business Leaders of America 3; Intramural Basket- ball 1,2, 3,4. STEPHANIE SMITH “Steph " December 29 Capri- corn Color Guard 2,3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 2,3,4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4 VALERIE M. SMITH “Val ” February 8 Aquarius Girls Basketball 1; Girls Field Hockey 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committees; Junior and Senior; Ski Club 1,4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Usher- ette for Graduation 2,3; Intra- mural Basketball 2; Baseball Bat Girl 3,4. SHIRLEY A. SMITH April 15 Aries Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Committee; Social Studies Club 3,4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Junior Achievement 2,3,4; Honor Roll 3,4. 62 PAUL SNOW CLOUTIER ■ ' Flake ' April 25 Taurus . Bowling 3,4, International Club 2; Library Aid 2; Chess Club 1. WILLIAM L. SNOW " Bill May 9 Taurus Boys Swim Team 2,3.4. JUDY SNYDER “Thumper” March 21 Aries Color Guard 2,3,4; Knitting Club 2; Future Nurses Club 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4. BRUCE SODERLAND June 7 Gemini Varsity Football 2.4. EDW ARD SQUIRES “Ed ' December 20 Sagittarius EDWARD S. SREDZIENSKI “Shred September 27 Libra Senior Prom Committee; Rus- sian Club 4; Social Studies Club 3,4; Senior N ' ariety Show 4; In- tramural Basketball 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Social Studies Lab 3,4. GAIL MARIE STAVESKI September 1 ’irgo Yearbook 4; Ski Club 1; Senioi Variety Show 4, Junior Achieve- ment 2,3; Honor Roll 3,4; DECA3,4 PAUL STEVENSON June 24 Chancer PHYLLIS JEANNE ST GEORGE " Phy 1 " April 2 Aries Girls Basketball 1, Girls Field Hockey 2,3,4; Girls Tennis 3; Band 4; Alphabet Soup 2,3; Usherette for Graduation 3; In- tramural Basketball 1,2.3; Hon- or Roll 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3,4. BEVERLY JANE STEBBINS fl “Stebbs January 30 Aquarius :heerleading 1; Ski Club 2,3; i Student Council I, Lampligh- ters 2; RSTStaff2. 63 CHRISTINE A TEMPLE " Chris ” April 1 1 Aries GARY M THIBAULT July 9 Cancer Handball 4. WAYNE OLIN STOWELL " Euel September 21 irgo Industrial Arts 2.3,4; DECA 2.3 ARTHUR STODDARD “Art January 27 Aquarius J.V, Football 2; Cross Country 3,4; Track 1,2,3, 4; Mixed Choir 1 ; Lamplighters 1. PETER SUSl " Paco ” August 4 Leo Photography Club 2,3,4; Rus- sian Club 3,4; Social Studies Lab 2,3,4. THERESA SWENTNICKAS “Terrie " September 3 Virgo DECA 3,4. DONNA STEWART “Stewy” December 27 Capricorn Girls Field Hockey 2; Ski Club 4; Intramural Basketball L2,3,4. TRACY STRICKLAND " Trace December 14 Sagittar- ius Girls Basketball 1,2,3; Girls P ' ield Hockey 3; Powder Puff P ' ootball 4; National Honro So- ciety 3,4; Who s Who 3,4; F ' u- ture Business Leader of Ameri- ca 4; Class Historian 3,4; Girls State Representative Alternate 3; Class Night 4; Senior V ' ariety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Junior Achievement Treasurer 3,4; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Leaders Club 2 SANDRA STRATTON " Sandy May 25 Gemini Girls Swim Team 3,4; Library Aid 2; Lamplighters 1; Senior Variety Show 4; Office Aid 2 ‘p VtOLLEEN SULLIVAN March 15 Pisces Girls Basketball Manager 2; Powder Puff F ' ootball 3, 4; Ju- nior Prom Committee; Student Council 2,3,4; Senior Variety Show 4; Concession Stand 4; Girls Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 2. JOY THOMPSON November 5 Scorpio Farewell Prom (iommittee; Future Business Leaders of America 3,4; Student (Council 1, Class Night 4; W ork Experience 4; Cioncession Stand 2; [Honor Roll 1,2. c:vntmiatrkffthf;n " (dndi May 22 Ciernini MARL I, TflORSTENSON " Thor ' March 23 . ries Boys Swim Team 2,3; Cross (Country 3, Co-C aptain 4; Track 1, 2,3, 4; Yearbook 3,4; Cotices- sion Stand 4 WILLIAM THOMSON " Bill March 26 .Aries Varsity Football 3,4; J.A " . Foot- ball 1,2; Boss Swim Team 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1,3,4 DOLORES TREMBLAY May 5 Taurus Honor Roll 1,2,3 : SAMUEL A THOMPSON " Waldo December 26 C apricorn j Boys Svsim Team 2,3; Future I Business l.eaders of .America 3; I Yearbook 4; Photography Club 1 4; Russian Cilub 4; Social Stud- ; ies C. ' lub 2,3.4; (. ' oncession j Stand 4; Social Studies Lab 1 Staff .3.4. P.ATRICLA A TRACEY " Trace November 3 Scorpio Girls Basketball 1,2, 3; Honor Roll. 3,4, JEFFREY M THIBODEAU November 14 Scorpio J A . Football 2; J A " " Soccer I; Boys Swim Team 3,4; Cross Country 4. Honor Roll . 3. i MICHELLE TURGEON " Shelly July 1 Cancer Girls Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Girls Field Hockey 3, Co-Captain 4; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Usherette for Gradua- tion 2,3; Honor Roll 2,3,4, Bat Girl 3,4 JAMES ALLEE " Jim October 14 Libra Varsity Soccer 1,3,4; J ' . Soccer 2; Track 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4; Photography- Club 2,3; Russian Club 4, Class Night 4; Concession Stand 4; Intramural Basketball 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4. DI ANE VELLA “Tookie” May 29 Gemini Yearbook Staff 4; Mi.xed Ghoir 1; Student Council 1; Alphabet Soup 4; Junior .Achievement 1 66 MARK ANTHONY VITKALSKAS NoveiiilxT 2 Scorpio r Roll 3,4; Personal T SLSAN MARItZMLECE " Sue ' .Ypril 1.5 .Aries Girls Basketball 1. LAL RI ANN W AGNER January 15 Capricorn Girls Swim Team 3; CTieerlead- ing 4; j. ' . Cheerleading 1.2,3; Powder Puff Pootball 4; Year- book 4; Prom Committees: Ju- nior and Senior; Ski Club 1.2.3, 4; International Club 3,4; Class ' ight 4; Senior N ' ariety Show 4; Gymnastics Club 1 Po w d eV Vu §1 )0 1, Committees: Class Night 4? S.( Show 4; Concessid rom KARL H W ALL.ACE March 30 Taurus valentine G W ALSH " Val .August 10 Leo BRL ' CE PETER W ARDVVELL Ma 1 1 Taurus Ski (, ' lub 4, Student (Council 2; Class Night 4; Senior A ' ariety Show 4; Concession Stand 2; Intramural Basketball 2.3,4 JOHN BRIAN W ARRtlN " Eoofer " Octover2 Libra Ice Hockey 4; Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1; Library .Aid 1; Class Night 4; Senior A ' ariety Show 4. ELIZABETH D W HALEN " Dale ' .August 1 1 Leo Powder Puff Football 4; Prom Committees: Junior and Senior; Future Nurses (dub 4; Student Council 1; Class Night 4; Senior A’ariety Show 4; Concession Stand 4, Junior .Achievement 2, MICHAEL AVELSH Jul 12 Cancer A ' arsity Basketball Manager 1; A ' arsity Baseball Manager 1; J A ' . Football 2: A ' arsity Soccer 1, Ski Club L2.3;CarAA ' ash2, I I ROBERT VVINSTANI.EY ' Bob May 16 Taurus KENNETH WRIGHT Red May 30 Gemini arsity Soccer 1.4, JA . Soccer 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 3,4; Class Night 4; Senior V ariety Show 4; Honor Roll 1. 2,3,4. SUSAN WHITE " Sue March 18 Pisces Color Guard 2,3,4; Who s W ho 3; Knitting Club 2; Mi.xed Choir 3,4. .Accompianist; Intramural Basketball 3,4; Honor Roll 1.2. 3,4; Childrens Theatre. IHMBERLVJ WOOD “ Kim ” November 27 Sagittarius Yearbook 4; Prom Committees: Senior and Earewell; Mi.xed Choir 1; Library Aid 1,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3. DEBBIE WILSON " Wilts Wilson May 23 Gemini Powder Puff Eootball 4: Senior Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3.4; Girls State Representative 3; Class Night 4; Senior Variety Show 4; Honor Roll 1.2, 3, 4; National Honor Roll Society. ROBIN YOREO ■ Rob July 31 Leo I. ROBERT M ZAWOM " Bullitt April 6 Arit-s National Honor Society 3,-4; Russian Cilub President 2.3.4, Honor Roll 1,2, 3.4; Social Stud- ies l.ab Director of (ireative Projects 2,3,4 Raymond d amato June 21 (iemini ’arsit Football 3,4, Wrestlins i3; Senior arietv Show 4. PAMELA SMITH “Smitty September 3 N’irgo Knitting Club 1 , Softball 1 ED DOLINSKY July 25 Leo Track 1; Yearbook 1; Ski Club 1. GARY DeVOE December 9 Sagittarius LELAN ' D LELORY KEMPTON " Lee " October 11 Libra .Automotive Cilub 4. RICHARD A W KENNAN May 17 Taurus J. ’. Baseball 1, Honor Roll 1,2. DONNA ZL CCHl .August 22 Leo Girls Basketball Manager 3,4; Girls Softball Manager 3; Pow- der Puff Football 3; Band 3.4; (iolor Guard 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4. Mi.ved Choir 4, Librars .Aid 2; Lamplighters 2,3; Senior a- riet Show 4; Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3,4 JOHN MAYS •August 21 Leo STEPHEN BARTHOLOMEW .August 8 Leo MICHAELS CASSANO February 23 Pisces PETE DLMAS " Chick” December 14 Sagittarius Student Ciouncil 2 GREGORY GL ERRIERO November 4 Scorpio ALAN M ARSHALL ' Marsh ' December 23 Sagittarius JAMES PRt:STE •April 3 .Aries J.N ' . Football 2; Varsitv Pootball 3,4 MAYNARD RIOL’X November 3 Scorpio Cross Ciountry 1; Track 1; Ski Club 1 ; Band 1,2,3. KEMNJ SCHOOLS November 1 1 Scorpio Administration Mr. Leo Yaconiello, Principal Mr. Alan Tracy, Assistant Principal Mr. Willard J. Skehan, Assistant Principal BOARD OK KDL ' CATION Standing, left to right; Mr John (iilhooly, Mr Dale rha er, Mr Rohert Berger, and Mr Charles I ' uren Seated: Secretary Mrs. Antoinette Strom, Mr Bernard (iorden, Ms I’h II is Bouchard, and Chairman of the Board Mr W illiam MeW ha Dr, Louis Mager, Superintendent Mr, Anthony Torre, .Assistant Superintendent M r. AN’illiani McW’ha, Chairman of the Mr. Paul (iaylor, hoard Board member Guidance Department Mr. William Wenzel Mr. Stanley ZuZel Mr. Raymond Cloutier, chairman Mr Richard Hellstein M iss Ida Perdizet The services of the counseling staff are available to students who need educational, vocational, social and personal counseling. Each student is assigned to a counselor. However, any student may at his own discretion make an appointment with any member of the counseling staff. Appointments may be made at any time with the receptionists in the guidance office. Areas in which counselors may be helpful to students are: Peer Relationships College Selection Adult Relationships Testing and Interpretation School Achievement High School Curriculum Course Selection Vocational Planning In addition to the counseling services, students also have the opportunity to utilize the Guidance Resource Lab. This lab includes a broad selection of materials such as books, pamphlets, filmstrips, files, college cata- logues, occupational information, a college viewdeck, occupational files and a filmstrip monitor. 74 Library Mrs. lar Barnes, secretar ' I ' lie library collection contains books, peri- odicals and painpblets on all the school sub- jects from automobile mechanics to Kn jlish drama. The reading interests of xoimg people are reflected in the great nund)er of paperbacks and the mans books on current social prob- lems.. . udio-visual materials, such as phonogra- phs records, tapes, and film strij s, supplement the printed collection to make the library a true " learning center Mrs. Marie McGarry, librarian Mrs. Charlotte Gracewski, secretary English Department Mrs. Klizabeth Mullen, Department Chairman Miss Anita Pappas By continual evaluation of curriculum and constant search for variety of material, the English Department seeks to respond to the needs of Enfield High School students.. It is our hope that by thoughtful selection of courses and by active involve- ment in them, each student can enjoy increased competence in handling lan- guage and a growing knowledge of self. Mr, Robert Campbell Mr. John Talbot M rs. Muriel Humphrey Mr. William Fogarty Mrs. Donna Swan M r. (Chester Blair Mr. David h ' rederiek 77 Mrs. Patricia Bieos The 1974-1975 school year was one of continual attempts to provide avenues for self-re- alization and self-fulfillment for students in Social Science class es. The Social Science’s curriculum has been designed to provide choices for students taking the Social Sciences. It is hopeful that their choices in- crease the possibility for all students to make some mean- ingful contact with society and its problems. SOC;iAL SCIKNCF. DKPARTMKNT STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr Frank Taylor, Mr Dennis Ciorso, Mr ( arl Gahm, Mr Richard X ' incent, Mr. Frank Gaw le. Department Chairman Fdward Bo- land, and Mr Richard (ielio The basic philosphv of the lab is for learning to come alive through the hands of the students. This is a place of innova- tive learning. The students in the lab learn to work with teachers; they share ideas and help each other with various projects. Students in the lab also teach teachers and other students to use photographic equipment, tape recorders, and all types of technical aides. Working in the Social Studies Lab is a real learning experience. Mr. James Furey Mrs. Phvllis Granata Miss Anna Parakilas M iss Gail O Shea Mrs. Poppy Fowler, Department Mr. Dennis Murphy Chairman rhe Business Department s currienlurn offers comprehensive training in the basic skills needed for immediate entry in office and business related occupations. Opportunities are available for e.xperi- encing on-the-job training simultaneously with academic e.xposure in school. These opportunities apply to the areas of office occupa- tions and the field of distribution. In addition, courses are offered as a stepping stone to further study. .ibiiit mm Mrs. Sandra A. Arndt Mr. Robert Fitzgerald Mrs. Dorothv Hare M r. William Silk Miss Eileen M alley Mr. James Gregor Mathematics Department t Mrs. Pat Bertone-Gross Mrs. Marilyn Scheck Mr. Stanley Tupek Miss Nancy Wisnewski op - r rin r. Mr. Michael Austin Mr. Stephen Smith, Acting Department Chairman Miss Louise Marconi Mr. Robert Bromage Mr. Raymond LaFlamme The Mathematics Department offers an expansive selection of courses in an attempt to meet the needs of all students. These offerings range from in- troductory courses for those who desire a practical mathematics, to theoreti- cal courses for those who will pursue mathematics beyond high school. A resource center is available to the students which affords a conductive, vet informal, atmosphere in which to studv and to experiment independent- ly. Mr, Edward Maszta Mr. Robert Kramer Mr. Edward Bassett Scientific knowledge is increas- ingly important to all of us today. In recognition of this, the Science Department continues to evaluate and incorporate changes in the sci- ence curriculum. The full-year courses offered to the students are: Advanced Biology, Advanced Chemis- try, Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, and Physics. The half-year courses include: Advanced Genetics, Anat- omv and Pysiology, Astronomy f. Astronomy 2, and Ecology. The department is participating in the COOPERA- TIVE PROGRAM FOR SUPERIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS with the University of Connecticut. Those who enroll in Advanced Chemistry are eligible for col- lege credit. Mr. Kenneth St. George Mr. John DeMetropolis 85 Mrs. Sandra Brassard, Department Chairman The Foreign Language Department at Enfield Fiigh has continually encouraged students to study a foreign language not only to expand their knowledge of other cultures, but also to improve their potential in the world of work. French, German and Spanish are taught in an approach that is audio-visual with emphasis on the sounds and gram- mar patterns of the spoken language. Latin also is presented in a dynamic manner with audio-visual materials that help the student develop a better cultural understanding of classi- cal antiquity and its implications in the present. Mr. Vancor Foreign Language Mr. Winzler Mr. Paul Lucius 86 Mrs. Sirvart Hintlian Mrs. Donna Swan Family Living And Con- sumer Education This year has been one of growth for the Department of Family Living and Consumer Education, Greater numbers of students are finding the courses offered to be vital in their high school program, and many boys are now making contributions in all areas of clothing and food, interior design, consumer education, and the Child Development and Human Relations courses have proved to be of special interest to students. The implementation of the nursery school laboratory has made the Child De- velopment course more attractive. The course provides a valuable e.xperi- ence in preparing for parenthood and for vocational opportunities. The Human Relations course helps students to analyze and clarify personal values and goals which influence their relationships with others. The success of the program indicates that student interests and needs are being met. II Mrs. Christina McDonald, Department Chairman Miss Margaret Chamberlain Mrs. Judith McCarroll Miss Charlotte Yale Mrs. Linda Tyler It has been a good year. Our e.xpec- tations for new courses came through in spite of the eccentric meanderings of our enthusiastic staff. Field trips coupled with numerous exhibits have added spice to the already enjoyable art courses. We will miss those of you who are leaving us and we hope you carry fond memories as you go into the “real ” world. Mrs. Barbara Kemnitzer Mr. Newell Murri The program in Iiulustrial Education offers students an opportunity to explore and be- come acclimated to modern in- dustrial teehnicpies. Occupational skills, consumer knowledge and leisure time are an integral part of curriculum offerings. The courses include Home Mechanics, .Automotive Mainte- nance, Electricity and Electron- ics, Technical Drawing, .Archi- tectural Drafting, and Material Processing, W ood Technology and Metal Technology. Mr. Charles Hervnicwicz j Mr. Valentine Kropnicki, Department H Chairman Industrial Education Mr. Chester Thompson Mr. George Rypysc M r. William No es Mr. Dana Hawes Mr. Rocco Autorino The Music Department of Enfield High School encompasses three areas of specialization: Instrumental, classroom and vocal music. The instrumental area, under the direction of Mr. Dana Hawes, in- cludes the marching and concert bands, as well as a string ensemble and individual instrumental study. Several members of our band have continued their pursuit of a career in music, both military musical organi- zations and in solo or group performances. We at Enfield High School could always depend upon our musicians to get us into spirit of things, either at athletic events or during holiday seasons. The classroom curriculum is aimed to accommodate three different kinds of student: the general student, who may include the History of •American Music (Music II) or Electronic Music in his studies; the college bound liberal arts and elementary education majors and the music minors, who would find history of European Music and Counterpart (Music III) both necessary and helpful; and the advanced music major, who would study advanced Music under the capable guidance of Mr. Leonard De- Maio. Mr. Rocco Autorino is the man in the director’s chair when our mixed and select choruses take to the risers for a performance. Mr. Autorino, an accomplished vocalist in his own right, selects music from a wide span of numbers, ranging from early sacred music to contemporary folk numbers. The vocal class which he conducts helps the student gain confidence in his solo work, improve his vocal technique, and realize the potential of his own voice. The Music Department which has been consistant in turning out fine music students with college acceptance rate of 85%, has also received numerous awards and grants for its fine work. The Electronic and Ameri- can Music courses have received government grants, and the latter has also been awarded a National Freedom Foundation Grant and the Down- beat Jazz Award. Compositions produced by the alumni of our department have been performed at Trinity College, the University of Connecticut, on the National Education Television network and at the National Teacher’s Conference. 90 Mr. Leonard DeMaio The physical education department of Enfield High School offers a wide variety of activities. These activities include many in- dividual sports such as archery, tennis, handball, gymnastics, and field events. It also offers such team games as speedball, volleyball, softball, soccer, and field hockey. It is the main objective of the department to provide a wide background of activities that can be enjoyed after a student leaves Enfield High. The program also includes such intramural programs as flag football, basketball, handball, volleyball, softball, track and field and tennis. This year the program has initiated a selective program for juniors and seniors. They meet three times a weeli for half a semester. Sophomores meet twice a week all year. The gym instructor Ifeve a more planned p ram f tha iiT ' th all the sporhsfeo Oa e ‘ 9 s dents includ- t S dM S|tiid ts hjive a oice of i.vrtJesAin tjm? ar ofaj fosu iKerest to Mrs. Kathleen Bromag ana The Enfield High School driver and traff- ic safety department contributes its re- sources to introducing young people to the highway transportation system. Preparing its students to be informed and active sup- porters of sound traffic safety programs are the major goals of the department. Al- though driver and traffic safety education is onlv one force that influences operator behavior, it is probably one of the most powerful influences. The course, although it cannot change student’s “style of life ”, it can change his “style of driving ”. SPECIALISTS M rs. Carol Bruce, Reading Consultant Mrs. Dorothv Gilmore, Nurse Mr. Harry Zeroogian W ork Experience Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols, Food Management Mrs. Delores Cireen, Nurses’ Aide Instructor Custodians M r. Adam VViecek Mr. Stanley Golemba Mr. Raymond Colton Mr. Joseph Naughton Mr. Lou Kwapien Mrs. Anna Cuscovitch T . 1 nn % 7 Moments To Remember Our Junior Prom “Mo- ments to Remember’’ was held on April 6, 1974. At the door of the Baystate West Motor Hotel we were met by Danielle Bastien and Frank Giguere. After our meal, we danced to the music of Easy Street. We ended the evening know ing in years, this would be one of our fondest memo- ries.. Host and Hostess Danielle Bastien and Frank Giguere 100 National Honor Society NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Huntley, Fred Fisher, Kathy Coughlin, Kathy McGuinness, Eric Longfellow, Brian Smith and Janet Lane SECOND ROW: Kathy Dreyer, Mary McGuinness, Barbara Grape, Carolyn Eberle, Madlyn Crowell, Sue Bousquet, Kathy Sherwin and Tracy Lovell. THIRD ROW: Karen Martinson, Martha Cass, Pat Healy, Debbie Wilson, Laura Jarmoc, Kathy Bride, Sandy Kweder, Kay Drip- chak and Phyllis St. George. Yale Book Club Award: Kathy McGuinness 103 Awards D. A.R. Award: Sandy Kweder Girls’ State Representatives: Debbie Wilson. Kay Dripchak and Pat Healy. Boys State Representatives: Joseph Dippel, Peter King, and Al Huntley. Girls’ State Representative: Tracy Strickland C. A.W.D.C. Janice Cerrato F. B. L. A. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Bushy, Lvnn Caluska, Nancy Fontana, Daniel Bastien. Mary Caracoglia, Kathy Dreyer, Donna Duschene, and Chervl Burnham. StCUINu ROW: Jane Salva, Laura Grob, Leslie Malone, Jayne Stroup, Kathy Mal- ley, Elaine Hitchcock, Brenda Langan, and Sandy Stratton. THIRD ROW: Amy Ingraham, Lome Butler, Dolores Tremblay Lori Pulaski, Wanda Poquette, Maureen Stazko, Mrs. Arndt, Nancy Brown, and Marie Davis. SKI CLUB. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Coughlin, Kathy McGuiness, Lee Ann Pazik, Debbie Wilson, Lauri Wagner, Kenda Carlson, Kathy Sherwin, Judy Loiselle, and Debbie Brosihan. SECOND ROW: Patty Cabrera, Dolly Kamay, Barbara Grape, Barbara Batchelder, Linda Christensen, Patricia Healy, Tina Lapoint, Carole Duclos, Scott Bailey, Joyce Friedrich, and Mary .Ann Folsom. THIRD ROW: Pam George, Cindy Dubois, Linda Giguere, Barbara Cwikla, Kathy Clark, Mary Parker, Lorie Bride, Marrianne Christensen, Roberta Roy, Karen Nelson, and Laura Jarmoc. FOURTH ROW: Doris Blaine, Mr. Kramer, John Coughlin, Kathy Bride, John Warren, Ken Wright, Jim Vallee, John Cooney, Brendan Coughlin, Brenda Colegrove, Sue Sanger, Debbie Skukowski, and Bob Robbins. 104 THE OUTDOORS CLUB STANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Carera, Steve Mali- nowski, John Beaudreau, George Fetko, Greg Gregonis, Joe Gregonis, Dave Fredrick, advisor; Tom Gra- cewski, 1972 alumni; Dave Fredrick II and Donna Mortensen. A E S KNEELING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Garvy, Denise Mckiernam, Carol Barberi, Janice Rohebacher, Patty McMahan, Liz Albert and Kenda Carlson, President; SECOND ROW: Cindy Ei- man, Mr. Celio, advisor; Mary Blauvelt, Kim Richmond, Kathy Deveau, Tony Deveau, Margerie Duquette, Donna Duquette, Patty Cabrera, Mary Balinskas, Dolly Kamay and Diane Kamay. Not pic- tured is: Yasu Haru Bando, Kathy Fitzger- ald, Jill O’Brien, Carri Faber and Lori Wagner.. LIBRARY AIDS STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Holly Stoodley, Anne V ' ella, Sally Ann Garvey, Lynn Campbell and Debbie Carroll. SITTING: Lynda Keyes, Kathy Green, Marilyn Gould Band FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ed Able, Cindy Eastman, Sue Roth, Regina Preston, Roberta Roy, John Cooney, Debbie Brosnihan, Judy Duclos, Cindy Jacques, Lynn Campbell, Susan Jandreau, Sheila McLaughlin, Patty Barry, Sharon Beaupre, Terry Dunigan, Barbara Quoos, Mark Larsen, Greg Pike, Rita Cornmo, Jane Tryon, and Phyllis St. George. SECOND ROW: Dale Percoski, Joe Rigatti, Richard Beaupre, Ken Sayles, Mike Cooney, Dan Climan, Ken Owens, Andy Cloughley, Tina Lapointe, Chris Friend, John Thomson, Greg L’Heurux, Paul Januszewski, Steve Whittemore, and Dennus Gibbs. THIRD ROW: Rick Handville, Donna Albetski, Frank Giguere, Glen O’Keefe, Al Huntlv, Dan Desroches, Mike Amarello, Vin Rigatti. Bill Boucher, Mark Zachary, Tim Castevetere, Patty McGowan, Matt Soule and Steve Paul. ‘ 106 Color Guard (X)LOR GUARD KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT; Kandy Lasher, Go-Captain; Carole Duclos, Co-Captain, STANDING: Mary Maznick, Char- lene Hoxie, Carol McCafferty, Jill O Brien, Marie Smith, Lisa Lebel, Stephanie Smith, Susan White, CXiarlene Sabonis, Robin Poutre and Rita Gagne. Class Devil and Class Angel Jim Bousquet and Kathy Cobb Class Actor Brian Smith Most Attractive Sue Massee and Wendell Grigely Class Flirts John Badger and Arlene Choolgian Class Actress Tracy Lovell BOWLING CLUB. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Gregor, advisor; Jill Carlson, Mark Nixon, Sharon DuBois, Cathy Foley, Ann Vella, Crystal Marquardt, Karen Belanger, Kim Boudreau, Marie Vella, Joan Kelly, and John Rucci. SECOND ROW: Rodger Mercier, Paul Cirillo, Chuck Merrill, Joe Hethcoat, Donna Duquette, Mary Blauvelt, Cindy Pitts, Marita Havens, Liza St. George, and Mike Mastelerz. THIRD ROW: Matt Soule, Mark Larsen, Al Sears, Carl Geissler, Scott Chase, Kim Wood, Elaine Allen, Linda Nixon, Janet Hallack, Mike Murphy, Paul Hanley, and Rich Ferguson. 114 S.S. Lab. SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dolly Kamay, T. Scott Fox, Gerald Barnett, Steve Malinolaski. SECOND ROW: Ed Sredzienski, Wayne Martin, Bob Zannoni, Stenka, Steve McGuff, Steven Paul, Shirley Smith, Ed Able, Ferg, Mike Castel- vetere, Karen Graczik, Y ' asu Haru, Bando, Sam Thompson, Henry Bedard, and Ed Davis. FUTURE NURSES CLUB. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rita Como, Carolyn Eberle, Charlene Hoxie, President; Mrs. Gilmore. SECOND ROW: Debbie Kukowski, Treasurer; Sue Johnson, Lquren Kempton, Charlene Sabonis, Robin Poutre. THIRD ROW: Brenda Colegrove, Linda Keyes, Sharon London, Joyce Fontano, Secretary; Dale Whalen, Vice- president; Cathy Boucher. Cindy Eastman.. AUDIO-VISUAL SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Furey, advisor; STANDING: Mr. DeRose, advisor; Phil MaGuirk, Ray Keller, Mike V ' ierra.. Student Council SENIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Fitzsimons, Laura Jarmoc, Kathy Bride, Cheryl Anderson, Paula Kilty, Colleen Sullivan, Cathy Fitzgerald, and Debbie Boisjolie. Not pictured is Karen Nelson.. EXECUTIVE BOARD FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Clark, Vice-President; Linda Treglia, President; Kathy Mc- Guiness, Secretary; Cathy Fitzgerald, Parlimentarian; Nancy Murphy, .Asst. Secretary; Doris Blaine, Treausrer;.. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS STANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: John Schmid, Historian; Linda Treglia, ' ice-President, Lisa LaBonte, President; Nancy Murphy, Secretary; Not pictured is Carol Pare, Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVES FRONT TO BACK: Sue Sanger, t ' llen (Jlschafskie, Barbara Cwikla, Kathy Clark. Linda Guiguere, Lee .Ann Pazik, Liz Albert, Doris Blaine and Donna Duriuett SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally Ann Garvey, Historian; Janice Carney, Treasurer; Kim Arena, President; and Steve Mali- nowski; Not pictured is Tracy Dobrozen- ski, Secretarv . SOPHOMORE CLASS REPRESENT.A- TIVES SEATED, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Fleming, Donna Krikori- an, Gerry Brigada. and Lorie Bride, STANDING: John Cooheny, .Ann Kvved- er, Karen Rittlinger, Sandy Albee and Brendan Coughlin. 117 Boss- Concert Choir FIRST ROW, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Healy, Sue Berry, Holly Stoodley, Sue Webb, Shelly Little, Jill Carlson, Crystal Marquardt, Janet Turcotte, Lori Edge, Holly DeKam and Mr. Autorino. SECOND ROW: Karen Slater, Ruth Cutler, Donna Zucchi, Jane Salva, Sue McCafferty, Mary Ellen Ouellette, Martha King, Cathy Fitzgerald, Wendy Baldwin and Janice Carney. THIRD ROW: Carrie Faber, Martha Cass, Stephanie Smith, Rich Jenkins, Mike Dubanoski, Mike Castelvetere, Chris Paulin, Brian Smith, Joe Hethcoat, Mike Murphy, Paula Kilty and Donna Simic.. Mixed Chorus FIRST ROW, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Autorino, Ruth Cutler, Elaine Allen, Mary Beth Morrell, Shelly Little, Sharon Fitzsimons, Jill Carl- son, Crystal Marquardt, Mary Beth Maznicki, Jeff Curtiss, Brian Smith, Lori Edge, Cindy Jute, Lori Cote and Marianne Christensen. SECOND ROW: Sue White, JoAnn Salisbury, Donna Zucchi, Joan Kelley, Tracy Lovell, JoAnn Dreyer, Mary Ellen Ouellette, Lloyd Gagnon, Joe Flethcoat, Allen Decker, Mike Murphy, Machelle Caplette, Kathy O ' Donnell, Jill Schollard, and Patricia Frigon. THIRD ROW: Louise Dubois, Karen Bar- tholomew, Janice Rohrbacher, Janine Pare, Martie Cass, Debra Michalski, Idsa Lebel, Stephanie Smith, Rich Jenkins, Russ Miller, Mike Castelvet- ere, Chris Paulin, Trica Brennan, Donna Simcic, Cathy P ' itzgerald, Paula Kilty, Terri Dunagin, and Anne Bottomly.. 123 i.v Exchange Student Kenda Carlson and Yasu Haru Bando Yasu-Haru Bando, Enfield Ifish School s second AFS Ex- change Student, is spending this year at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Dripchak of 4 Standish Street Two of the Drip- chak’s children, Ka and Mark, attend Enfield High Yasu, whose Japanese address is; 3-23 Higashideguchi Minamikomatsushima Eomatsushima 773, sends the following message to the class of Enfield High and people of Enfield 3 it , f T s N it , A ' FS M: r. [ ' i T X T " 7 3 tr 4 h K J l r: . : l-f, n . ir ly ( t r ( n, f j 1 " - ' S- ' iU ( s u %. tit |4 A 0J Kt-3 Mercia Ferreira is an Exchange Student from Brazil. She lives here in Enfield with Senior Mar- ian Sellers. She is here to study and improve her English. Mercia has a regular class schedule and is envolved with the students and the activities of an American girl. She will graduate with the class of 1975 in June. Claudia Robelo is an Exchange Student from Nicaragua. She lives with Sophomore Dawn Sidway. Claudia is here to study and improve her English. She has a full and active day, just like her American piers. Claudia will graduate with the class of 1975 in June. . 125 Yearbook Staff Ass’t. Editor in Chief Linda Fitzgerald Editor of Opening Section Martha Cass Editor of Senior Section Linda Hutchins Editor in Chief Pat Healy Editor of Art Section Diane Kulungian Candid Section Editors Valerie Smith and Mark Thorstenson Sports Editors Sue Massee and Paul Gracewski Faculty Section Cheryl Anderson Candid Section Fred Fisher Art Section Editor Janet Lane 127 FRONT ROW, FRONT TO BACK, Jenifer Goguls, Fran Hermann, Barb Quoos, Lillian Sheridan, Ann Riley, Nancy Murphy, Mark. BACK ROW ' FRONT TO BACK, Debbie Lee, Nancy Dipippo, Sue Garvey, Joanne Vefro, Loray Garlan, Patty Frigon.. FRONT ROW, FRONT TO BACK, Cathy Coughlin, Barb Grape, Sharon Fitzsimmons, Lauri Wagner, Nancy Crompton, Linda Christianson, Kathy Sherwm, Judy Loiselle, Laura Jarmoc, Jim V ' allee, and Brian Smith BACK ROW, FRONT TO BACK, Linda Dowden, Tina LaPoint, Kathy Mc- Guiness, Karen Nelson, Charlene Pollard, Sally Hastings, and Kathy Bride. 128 LIGHT LIFTING SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Roy. Mr. Lucius, Jeff C ' urtiss, Rick Deiliiar and Rick Bcaupre STANDING: Greg (iregonis. Dave Rucci and Boh ( arara. . ST.AGE B.-VND SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patty McGowen and Frank Giguere FIRST ROW: Rick Handville. Ld . hle. Glen O Keefe, Tim Gastelvetere and .Al Huntley SECOND ROW: Mr Dana Hawes. Band director; Dale Percoski, Ken Sax les, Joe Rigatti, John Ivanesin, Dan Climan. Steve Whittemore, Dennis Gihbs and Matt Soule. Not pictured are: Bill Thomson, Vincent Rigatti and Mark Zachary.. Host and Hostess Rich Jenkins and Pam Gonyea Hi There!! The Elmcrest Country Club January 25 1975 You ve got the cutest little . . Smile, Madlyn! J I thought you knew how to dance?! Yasu Ham Bando and Jane Salva As Schools Match Wits STANDING, RIGHT TO LEFT: Patricia McGowen, Alternates Martha Cass and Marion Sellers, Committee Members. SEATED: Sharon McMahon, Susan Garvey, Cinch Eirnan and Mark Dripchak. Panalist Mark Dripchak Advisor Mr. Fogarty .Advisor Mr Talbot 136 Advisory Board The Student Advisor) (louneil is a hoard of fourteen students from Knfield s four secondary schools u lio meet on a rejjular basis witli Superintendent Louis Mager and Assistant Superintendent Anthoin Torre. The Council was formed in 1973 by the su[)erintendent to bring high administrators and students close together in order for each to gain insights into the problems and propitious solutions. Enfield ffigh School s delegation included Sophomore (und Ba- cew icz. Junior Jim Brewcynski, Senior Steve Paul, and Senior Peter King, u ho has served two ears on the panel. rhe board met with Dr. Mager and Mr. Torre appro.ximateU twelve times during the past school year, (ioals of the council in- clude a more active student suggestion involvement, w ithout w Inch the panel cannot perform to the fullest capacity. Peter kiiin Steve Paul Spani.sh Club STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mar .Ann Harris, Paul (iraeewski. Sue (jarve . and Mr. ancor. adv isor KNEELING: Ka Dripehak, (diaries John- son. treasurer, and Linda Bombola, president ( ' indv Bacew iez EHS neerLoaoers arsitv Cheerleading Squad FRONT ROW: jane Taksar. Captain Sandy Kweder. and Carolyn Eberle. SECOND ROW: Kathy Sher- win. Sue Sanger, Liz Baer, Carol Ha den, Sue Massee, Denise Turgeon, Elaine Hitcheock, Lauri Wagner, and Nancy Crompton Coach Kathleen Bromage Long hours of practice both in school and out are what developes the proficiency of a cheerleading squad. Yet here at Enfield High our squad has learned that cheering lies beyond drilling and praetices; cheer- leading is giving and giving not only of skill and physi- al endurance-but of oneself. It is a full time sport with all of its own triumphs and frustrations, many of them unknown to a crowd of fans. From soccer, cross country, and football long past basketball season the cheerleaders at E.H.S. bring life and spirit to the Green and White. Good sportsman- ship knows wins and losses, and through them all the girls never seem to abandon faith. In each and every one of us there lies a body of spirit waiting to burst forth and fly. An enthusiastic fan, a zealous shout, or simply a warm smile returned, let a cheerleader know that she is helping set free that spir- it. The thrill of bringing joy to a crowd or to just one fan is the only, yet the ultimate reward that a cheer- leader e.xperiences. S.L.K. 144 Y. OOh, that team is much too much! Elaine Hitchcock Sandy Kweder Lauri Wagner Nancy Crompton Kathy Sherwin Bruce Barmak ev Cross-Country Team. KNEELING, LEET TO RIGHT: Matt Hazen, Jeff Curtiss, Co-Captains Mark Thorstensen and Rich Levasseur, Greg Pike, and Jim McCarthy STANDING: Jeff Thibodeau, Art Stoddard, Doug Pike, Joe Cummings, Mike Cooney, John Stoddard. Bill Stack. P ' red Fisher, Mike I ' koagan, and Coach Bruce Barmak. The 1974 edition of the Enfield Cross Country team showed much improvement in running to a 4-8 record under the leadership of Coach Bruce Bar- mak. While this is not a winning record, it must be taken into account that this is only the 2nd year that Enfield has had a cross-country program. This was also the initial year in the CCIL which is one of the best athletic conferences in the state. The team was led by Sophomore Joe Cummings who set a school record of 15:23 on the home course. This team, as evidenced by the Long Green line showed tremendous depth as was seen by the con- sistent performance of Seniors Mark Thorstenson, Ered Eisher, Jeff Curtiss and Juniors Doug Pike, Mike Elanagan, and John Stoddard. This group being commonly referred to as the “Varsity Seven”. Other members of the team showing tremendous improvements were Seniors Rick Levasseur, Mike Cooney, Jim McCarthy, and Jeff Thibodeau. Sopho- mores Matt Hazen, Greg Pike and Bill Stack who placed 8th in the CCIL JV race all ran consistently all season. Beyond their individual performances, the team accomplished many firsts, among those being a meet held during a football game with a win over crosstown rival Eermi. SCORES EHS 25 Windsor Locks . 36 EHS . 43 Conard ... 16 EHS . 25 Penney ... 36 EHS . . 40 Wethersfield .16 EHS . . 35 East Hartford . 21 EHS . 28 Hall .29 EHS 44 New Britain ... 22 EHS . 34 Manchester . 21 EHS . . 30 Springfield Tech . 26 EHS . 39 Windham .16 EHS . 26 Fermi ... 33 CCIL Field Day . 8th Place League in EHS . 30 East Catholic . . 29 Eastern Sectionals .14 Out of 22 Teams Low Score Wins in X-C Jeff Curtiss Rich Levasseur Mike Cooney 147 Jeff Thibodeau Mark Thorstensen Art Stoddard Jim McCarthy V arsity Soccer SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Thorogood, Mike Walsh, Co-Captains Peter King and Steve Magora, Dan Sullivan, and Roger Anderson KNEELING: Ass t. Coach Richie Estsetes, Ed Smith, Ed McCoy, Jim Vallee, Comie Buanno, and Ted Wagner. STANDING: Coach Bill Teed, Steve C ' utler, John C ' onnolly, Ken Wright, John Badger, Dan P ' lanagan, Don Whittle, Paul Wakelin, Eric Longfellow, and Jim Bousquet. The 1974-1975 Enfield High School Soccer Team, under the coaching of Bill Teed, ha s been one of the most successful soccer teams Enfield has ever seen. Led by Co-Captains Peter King and Steve Magora, along with six other seniors, the Raiders established an outstanding record of ten wins and five losses to place second in the CCIL. The Raider’s greatest moments came when they defeated the Eermi Ealcons 4-0 and 5-1. The Raiders then continued their season by qualifying for the Class L finals in the state tournament. Although eliminated from the finals by Darien 3-2, in double over time, the Class of 1975 will never forget the fine performance of the Raiders. Junior Ed McCoy was the Raider’s leading scorer this season with 14 goals, followed by Steve Magora with 13. Also figuring promi- nently in Enfield’s overall 10-5 record were John Connolly and Don Whittle, both juniors, who tallied seven goals apiece. Goalies John Badger and Steve Cutler, along with Eullbacks Paul Wakelin, Eric Longfellow, and Peter King kept their opponents’ scoring to a bare minimun. Precision passing was the speciality of Halfbacks Comie Buanno, Dan Sullivan, and Ted Wagner, all outstanding midfielders. Thanks to the hard work of Coach Teed and a lot of team work and practice on the team’s part, the 1974-1975 Enfield High Soccer Team has given us something to be proud of and a lot of fine memo- ries. 148 Coach Bill Teed Steve M agora Eric Longfellow What team work! John Badger Peter King Jim Vallee Ken Wright Don Whittle Raiders on the War Path! Mike Walsh John Connolly p» Jim Bousquet - Field Hockey Team SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Janice Cerralo, Arlene Chooligan, N ' alerie Smith, Co-Captains Shells Turgeon and 1 Sandy Bailey, Debbie Boisjolie, Mary Dunagin, and Phyllis St George. KNEELING: Elise Keller, Kathy PMore, Chris Dippel, Jan j Bloomstrand, .Andrea Belida, Marion Pazik, and Linda Hoyt. STA.NDING: Manager Kathy Ciregson, Kath V ’alsh, Diane Legienza, Debbie Brosniham. Darci Dolloff, Sue Herter, .Ann Bottomley, Lori Lagasse, .Ann Desrosuiers. Sally Garvey, Peggy DelGuidice, and Coach Kathleen Bromage. Senior Co-Captains Shelly Turgeon and Sandy Bailey led the combined N’arsity and Junior N ' arsity Girls Field Hockey Team to a season record of 5 wins, 7 losses and 2 ties. Despite the slow start, with total teamwork and skillful contribution from ’alerie Smith, Phv llis St. George, Mary Dunagin, Arlene Chooligan, Janice Cerrato and Debbie Boisjolie, the 2nd half of the season was dominated by wins. Outstanding performances came from all other mem- bers of the team who will return for another year or two and help keep our “ Raider Pride.” Our girls provided an exceptional display of talent as they battled Fermi to a 1-1 tie and were then defeated in their second attempt 1-0. The experience of the upperclassmen gave the sopho- mores and juniors of the J.V. team the needed experience to pile up a 10 win, 1 loss and a 2 tie record. As in all teams, cooperation and hard work led to the success of this team, which set the bright new foundation for next year s team. Coach Kathleen Bromage W-OQllS ffT][Elia)m®CIK(Ey» 5 Mary Dunagin Valerie Smith Arlene Chooligan Co-Captain Shelly Turgeon Phyllis St. George Manager Kathy Gregson 152 Debbie Boisjolie Co-Gaptain Sandy Bailey Janice Gerrato Kay Dripchak Prklf and Joy VARSI TV EHS 0 3 Conard EHS 1 5 Hall EHS 2 3 Newington EHS 1 1 Manchester EHS 1 1 Eermi EHS 0 3 Hall EHS 4 1 Windsor Locks EHS 2 0 Windam EHS 1 2 Eermi EHS 2 0 Windam EHS 3 2 Manchester EHS 1 4 Conard EHS 6 2 Bloomfield EHS 1 4 Simsbury IFiOTTi ILIL Varsity Football Team FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Drzewicki, Steve Roy, Dan Levesque, Bill Ackerman, Tom Flower, Bill Maznicki, Steve Ziter, Henry Blethan, Dave Rucci, Kevin Jones, Frank Neves, Tom Hryniewicz, Marty Mancuso, Mark Mooney, Tim Kelley, Dave Scott, and Jim Butenas. SECOND ROW: Managers Cindy Bacewicz and Tim Smyth, Bill Thomson, Tony Brown, Dan Garvey, Dennis Lepage, Jim Ha den, Tri-Captains Dave Flower, Joe Dippel and Rich Morris, Bruce Soderland, Frank Gould, Bruce Humphries, Bill Olschafskie, Ray D Amato, and Manager George Ouelette. THIRD ROW: Ass t. Coaches Ray LaFlamrne and Joel Ar- nold, Joe Cimino, Dean Salerno, Mike Driscoll, Clem Polek, Lenny Guyette, Paul Gillen, Jerry LaCasse, Greg P ' ranklin, Mike Caruso, Phil Mancuso, Steve Lamond. Steve Jones, Paul Rogers, Nick Smith, Pete Moschetti, Ass t Coach Joseph Bacewicz, and Head Coach Jo- seph Lamana. After losing ten out of eleven offensive starters from the 1973 team, the Class of 1975 made a respectable 4-5-1 showing in football. The Raiders began their season with three mediocre performances which result- ed in two losses and a tie. However, Senior Tri-Captain Quarterback Joe Dippel led the Raiders to romp over CCIL rivals Windham, East Hartford, and Manches- ter. Dippel, who scored ninety points during the season, was equally effective running and passing. He was ably supported by Rich Morris and Dave Flower, the other two captains, who keyed the final Enfield victory against Penney. A thrilling 37-34 defeat to Fermi ended the season. Other performers from the Class of 1975 who made their presence known on the gridiron included Receiver Jim Hayden, recipient of many a Dippel toss. Center Dennis Lapage, Linebacker Dan Garvey and Defensive End Bruce Humphries, a fierce competitor. A strong nucleus gives the impetus for a banner season of Enfield football next year. P.K. 154 Mf : ' i 1 ri-Captain Rich Morris Tri-Captain Dave Flower Tri-Captain Joe Dippel Ray D’ Amato Frank Gould Dan Garvey Bruce Soderland 1 1 1 Girls Swimming SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Ruel. Susan W ' adman, Beth Linenan. and Joanne Maznicki, KNEELING: Sue Roth, Karol Pare, Sharon London, Debbie Lall , Sandy Giordano, and Manager Roberta Rella. STANDING: Co-Captain ikki Burring ton, Mary Ellen Hughes, Cathy Diel, Sands Stratton, Coach Kathleen Gendall, Karen L ' nterreiner, Lorie Bride, Laura Barrett, and Co- Captain Karen W right What is there to say about a losing team, when you are only in- terested in win-loss records? Nothing! But as all of us know, there is much more involved when coaching or competing in any sport. Many will think that we were trying to swim above our heads, in the very aggressive CCIL this year. However, we have gained the poise and confidence from this experience, so that in seasons to come, we will be able to hold our heads high in defeat and to be humble in our triumphs. For when that final lap is swum, we will look ourselves in the eye and know that we have done our best and be proud in that fact alone. 160 C3QDQOOQDOOQOOOOOOOQOODOPQQQQ QaOOOQOagDOOODOPQOQOO E.H.S. Swim Team. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tri-Captains John Carollo, Bill Snow, and Ed Fetko, SECOND ROW: Mark Breor, John Thomson, Greg L’Heuroux, Kathy Coughlin, and Kathy McGuiness. THIRD ROW: Coach Steve Hershey, Mike Bond, Mark Folson, Mike Cooney, Peter Felix, Pete Chabot, Bob Levasseur, and Coach William Teed. FOURTH ROW: Mike Amarillo, Bruce Chesworth, Mike Lally, Ted Wagner, Joe Carollo, Steve Snow, John Leader, and Tom Gwiazda. Missing from picture: Jeff Thibodeau, John Coughlin, and Jeff Folger. The 1975 Boys Swim Team of Enfield High School, coached by Bill Teed and Steve Hershey, provided fans with a season of ex- citement that will long be remembered. Together the coaches and captains Bill Snow, John Carollo, and Ed Fetko, led the team through a tough schedule for the first time in the competitive waters of the CCIL. Captains Bill Snow and John Carollo qualified for the Connect- icut State Swimming and Diving Tournament. Both captains went on to break school records. Along with the captains fine work, much worthy contribution came from the rest of the team, who despite their record did a fine job in representing Enfield High. 162 Jeff Thibodeau Mike Cooney Jeff Folger 163 A 4 HELP!!! You won Billy. Really! Peter Felix Eric Longfellow Mark Folsom E.H.S. Varsity Basketball Team LEFT TO RIGHT: Elise Keller, Sue Herter, Chris Dippel, Mary Dunagin, Sandy Bailey, Captain Shelly Turgeon, Coach Mrs. Bromage, Linda Dowden, Roberta Palmer, Karen Depratti, .Anne Bottomley, .Anne Desrosiers, and Marion Pazik. Long hours and hard work were all worth it for the Girl’s V ' arsity Basketball Team as they ended with a winning season. It was the rebuilding year for the team with Cap- tain Shelly Turgeon returning as the only varsity player. But the girls made up for their lack of expe- rience with their skill, talent, and devotion. One of the highlights in the season was their de- feat over the Fermi Falcons. The girls defeated the Falcons 45-33. Behind the devoted coaching of Mrs. Kathleen Bromage the team throughout the season demon- strated their motto, “ Don’t let up.” Next year looks very bright for the girls who are looking forward to an even better season. Coach Kathleen Bromage 165 E.H.S. Basketball Team KNEELING: Captain Jim Hayden. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Carm Conte, Ed McCoy, Tim Kelley, Rich Bertrand, Steve Lamond, Don Whittle, Mark Thomas, Brian King, Nick Smith and Coach John Skypeck. Missing from picture: Steve Magora. Coach John Skypeck Many things were said before the opening of the Raiders 1975 hoop season. Our young and ine.xperi- enced team was underestimated, the reason being the loss of five starting varsity players to graduation. Coaeh Skypeck took the few seniors and juniors he had and combined them to create a basketball team that completed with a winning season. The Raiders were led by Senior Captain Jim Hay- den, who received much recognition as the area s top scorer. Making fine performances on the court were Senior Guards Steve Magora and Carm Conte and Ju- nior Ed McCoy. Forwards Steve Lamond and Don Whittle both juniors, with their shooting and rebound- ing skills, helped make our Raider team a winning combination. The big highlight of the season was Enfield’s thrill- ing victory over the Fermi Falcons, in their second contest 64-58. The Raiders then went on to qualify for CCIL tournament play. Spirit never dwindled as the Enfield Raiders battled for each and every victory. Ass t. Coach Bernie LaPlante Jim Hayden Don Whittle Ed McCov Steve Magora Steve Lamond Ice Hockey Team KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager John Warren, Phil Pouche, Dean Tucker. Steve Maticki, Tom Cummings, Bernie Morisette, Frank Wadsworth, Keith Gonyea and .Al Rotatori STANDING: Tim Grigley, Rick Decaro, C- ' arl Brewer, Mike (iillen, Frank Giguire, jack McDonald, Ron Chevalier, Joe Cummings, Bill Ackerman, Wendel Grigley and Coach Richard McCiarthv . Coach Richard McCarthy Manager John Warren 171 After facing a losing season last year, the h HS hockey team backed by its loyal fans set up shop at the new Enfield Twin Rinks determined to rewrite the records. Having home ice was bound to improve the team’s performance but to what degree remained to be seen. Five seniors, Wendel Grigley, Tim Grigley, Phil Pouche, Ron Chevalier, and Frank Giguire put together their talents with another senior Tom Cummings in helping him to protect the home net, and keeping their opponents scoring to the minimum. These six seniors lead the pack of underclass- men who represent the base of next years team and another season of exciting interscholastie ice hockey. Captain Wendell Grigley Score!! The agony of defeat. E.§S.%. Mfresfilm§ Team E H.S. Wrestling Team SITTING: Co-Captain Bill Nehila. KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rich Hallet, Kevin Keller, Rich Wylott, John Able. Rich Beaupre, and Pete Courtois. STANDING: Coach Curt Parker, Paul Gillen, Dave Rucci, Co-Captain Dave Flower, Steve Roy, Brian Hallet, Ron Pease, and Manager Tim Smith. Missing from picture: Jeff Curtiss. With the recent revival of wrestling at Enfield High and the loss of seniors to graduation, this year was dedicated to the re- building of a strong well organized base for future years. Under the fine leadership of Coach Parker, Co-Captains Dave Flower and Bill Nehila developed a team of many qualities. Although few team victories were accounted for, many individ- uals achieved their own and well deserve to be congratulated. Outstanding performances came from Dave Flower, Bill Nehi- la, Jeff Curtiss, Brian Hallet, Steve Roy, and Paul Gillen. On the whole we can be proud of this Raider team and give them our support as they did for our school in representing us in their many interscholastic encounters. 174 Coach Curt Parker Co-Captain Dave Flower. inner ai in ' Junior Vai JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEAD- ERS FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Co-Captains Sue Keegan and Nancy Murphy. SECOND ROW: Donna Krikorian, Doreen V ' ezina, Linda Ruel, Ann Kweder, Lori Rossi, Roberta Roy, Brenda Colegrove, Sue McGuiness, and Joanne Maznicki. JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER TEAM. SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Rotatori, Rich Hallett, John Thom- son, Bill Taksar, Joe Cote, Brenden Coughlin, and Peter Courtois. KNEELING: Mike Friend, Ken La- Pointe, Peter Lasutschink, Rick Gas- kell, Carl Nasto, and James Bozeman. STANDING: Coach Larry Wood, Ed Malley, Mike Susi, David Newsam, Keith Sherwin, Ken Kula, Brian Po- liks, John Cooney and Tim Readon. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager Tim Smith, Steve Roy, Dave Rucci, Peter Moschetti, Rich Beaupre, Henry Blethen, Tom Flower, Bill Maznicki, Steve Ziter, Mark Mooney, Dave Scott, Jim Butenas, Dean Salerno, and George Ouel- lette. STANDING: Coach Joel Arnold, Manager Cindy Bacewicz, Nick Smith, Dan Levesque, Bob Drzewiecki, Bill Ackerman, Kevin Jones, Tim Kelley, Tom Hryniewicz, Mark Guimond, Frank Neves, Marty Mancuso, Charley Polaski, and Coach La Flamme. sity Sports GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: l-ori Lagasso. Sal- ly Garve , Kathy Hart’, l.inda Ki‘ t‘s. Jan Blomstrann, Goatli Mrs Kath- leen Bromage, Linda Host, .Andrea Bellida, Sue (iarvey and Kim Schneider. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Quinn, Dan Sullivan, Bill Taksar, Tom Flower, Henry Blethen, and Jim McCoy. SECOND ROW: Nick Smith, Brian King, Jeff W idun, Ken Kula, Ken Boulette, Rich Bertrand, Tim Kelly. Marty Mancu- so, and Dean Salerno. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Stese Shepley, Ronnie Rumore, Kevin Kellerher. Bill Nehi- la. and Gene Miller STANDING: Coach Curt Parker, Yasuharu Bando, Kevin Jones, Roger Moron, Mark Zachars, Jerry Lacasse and Manager Tim Smith 179 ' t . ' I • ' ,i ‘ if’- rsTFVvivoyoa-r ' 1 • l ( eV utli I haf e e Vith u, •, Tx sJ[)ift yesterclay ' ' mePhi adream. - 1 You Ve siin ojBe iilj;ny aloneness • And I, of yc( 4 r longiiiig’s • v Have btiil lower in the sk • ' § steep Ufjed • •. • y ' nd our dream is over. V ‘ AlHd V ' utl 3o no see the dawn as ovet . , ' » Oi thys, a fa’seweflo our youth gone. . % Rather As the begitiithig of eternjty .and w ' oleness A bipth of life and ff joy and of st l, ” AnckindeaditAyas no dr m h V ' Only, perchaiige, toojnuch reality. ‘ , Through our loVe, arid our yduth . • ' 5 J have too miTph ' b r-igo simple a loVe to tey.of, And a fyelmg onl sbnn ia ui hearts«nicyeyi s. . ' X •■ : .V . ' 1 - i 1 ' i, ‘ 1 yji jp ‘Check that one out Sam This has got to be a Monday It s about time you took my “Fork it over.” Well, it couldn’t hurt. -there ' s something obouto Ve vo man “Your locker or mine? " “ I told you to leave my girl alone!” V " Uncle Sam wants mei ' I don ' t even have an Uncle Sam ’ ' Quick! l,et s catch him! " Now forms nest number " And not onl that, w ould ' belie ' m n 1 J Si ( ) scEesCk 1 ' .■ 1 i HH r? j w iSS AS vA J ' KgAT Bb Kf J Congratulations Class of “75” from TEAM REALTY INC. THE TRADESMAN RESTAURANT Sandwiches and Grinders — Take Out Service 99 Raffia Road, Enfield CT Tel. 749-9675 SOUTHWOOD PHARMACY INC. 89 Raffia Road Enfield CT 06082 DAIRY MART BEEF SHOP Freezer Orders Our Specialty Full Line Delicatessen Compliments of STEVE’S PIZZA 321 Hazard Ave., Enfield 749-9478 THE CHARLES A. LUCE CO. GE Appliances and Television 314 Hazard Ave. Enfield CT E.C. ALLEN’S SONS 336 Hazard Ave. Floor Covering — Paint — Wallpaper TOWN AND COUNTRY PKG. STORE 1 19 Hazard Ave. Enfield CT FENTON FORD, INC. 65 Hazard Ave. Enfield CT Congratulations and Best of Wishes from ENFIELD SQUARE OPTICIANS Complete Optical Service ALAN DRUG CO., INC. 581 Enfield ST. 745-8118 PROP-R WALK SHOES Enfield Village Rt. 190 Enfield CT Congratulations and our Very Best Wishes to the Class Of ’75 COLLI-WAGNER REALTY CO. 308 Hazard Ave. Enfield Equal Housing Opportunity GALE TOYOTA, INC. 841 Enfield St. Enfield, CT 745-1639 Good Luck to the Class of ‘75’ ENFIELD SPORT CENTER MR. PIZZA 912 Enfield St. 745-3478 FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 604 Enfield St. Enfield, CT ACME AUTO SUPPLY 606 Enfield St. Enfield, CT 745-2471 ENFIELD FEDERAL SAVINGS LOA ASSN 660 Enfield St. Enfield, CT 06082 MOUNTAIN LAUREL RESTAURANT 701 Enfield ST. Enfield, CT TROIANO OIL COMPANY Troiano’s Garage Enfield, CT 745-0321 199 Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cooney Mr. and Mrs. William Ackerman Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Herrmann Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Sellers Mr. and Mrs. John F. McCafferty Dave and Steph Smith Richard A. Dunn C.A.R.E. Rufie Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reardon The Edward C. Smith Family The A. D. Smiths Mr. and Mrs. Tony Barbieri Uncle Wilty and Relatives Mary E. Cruze Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Kilty Tomorrow is ours, it will be what we make it. Paula M. Kilty Muriel G. Humphrey Linda Tyler Dave Fredrick Chris McDonald Shalom Mr. an d Mrs. Raymond DeCaro Richard Celio Raymond Keller Jr. Mark Folsom Mr. and Mrs. James Lamond Lenny Grabon Anonymous Fran Herrmann Carol Hayden Good Luck All, Cheryl Anonymous Henry David Thoreau Ipana Gary R. Carney Mr. and Mrs. Jon Lonergan HI Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wyse Best Wishes to the Class of 75 Richard Mazur Edward Walter Masztal Mr. Vancor Mrs. Stanley Bigos Mark Winzler Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Smith Family Mr. Carl Gahm Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor Richard Vincent Jonathan and Alicia Corso Karen and Mark Mr. and Mrs. Raymond LaFlamme Rosemary and Oliver Dana Hawes Mrs. Harold J. Bromage Mr. and Mrs. Michael DeRose Mrs. John H. 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