Fermi High School - Traces Yearbook (Enfield, CT)

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• For yesterday is but a dream i and tomorrow is only a vision hut today well lived makes yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope i . 1 I t I We, the Class of 1973, wish to dedicate our book to MR. TIMOTHY PATRICK CONNORS You may never realize how much you have i given us . . . Thank you for your time, your concern, and I above all, yourself. j ( seedlings sown • ' ■ _ tqclay ' ■ ’ ’ ' " they are the unknown, horizons, ' . vague ‘ ’ transcending • ‘ • • every sun every naked rain inspired expired 1 sainted only in reflections : or ■ procurred autumn leaves. yet. , in scouring empty hedges . have not wishful plantings deceived us? forlorn, a confident a friend lost as reddened sun early dusk speaks another season hidden in upturned loam beneath a coming snow fortunes abided, celebrated destroyed in early frost we grow we must for one has cherished a horizon. — Ray Holland LbVE wr YOU ONNQRS TABLE OF CONTENTS Faculty and Administration 11 Seniors 35 Sports 101 Activities 129 This is the beginning of a new day. God has given me this day to use as I will. I can tvaste it or use it for some good purpose. But what I do with this day is important be- cause I have exchanged a day of my life for it. When tomorrow comes, today will be gone forever. I hope I will not regret the price I paid for it. anonymous I shall pass through this world but ohce ' i x .. If therefore there be ■ ; any kindness can show — or any goodness I can do Let me not defer it, nor neglect it For I shall not pass this way again. anonymous What is the use in worrying? RETRACING There is a silent meaning behind all things anonymous T he timelessness of child- hood, its sudden friend- ships and short sorrows, its dreams, its laughter, its make-believe — all are delightfully illustrated in the minds of elders, that tvill bring back many happy memories. anonymous Never look down to test the ground before taking your next step: only he tvho keeps his eye on the far horizon will find his right road. anonymous Tk ’ kjcVm V ii i iL MR. ANTHONY TORRE PRINCIPAL Graduation is a time of mixed emotions. There is sadness because we are saying goodbye to students, most of whom we may not see again; there is happiness because these same students are taking their proper place in society and exercising their human right to individuality. In my heart I feel both apprehension and hope. I am apprehensive of the mountains each graduate must climb and the rivers each must ford — the mountains and rivers of living. At the same time I am hope- ful that in some way I have been able to touch your lives so as to make your journey meaningful and productive. At graduation, students and educators alike realize their close at- tachments and the effect of a meaningful teacher-student relationship. In the light of this realization and because I care deeply about you, I sincerely wish you success, and I pray for God’s blessings upon you. Anthony Torre Principal 12 upon yonr shoulders rest the burdens of young hearts. We only hope that our future will bear the fruits of your labors. MR. RICHARD KISIEL HOUSE MASTER BOARD OF EDUCATION; Front Row (1. to r.) Mr. Bernard Gordon, Mr. Henry J. Mercik, Mr. William McWha, Mr. Charles Fowler. Back Row — Mr. Paul M. Gaylor, Mr. Robert Berger, Mr. Joseph Colletti. (missing from picture: Mr. Daniel Landry, Mrs. Vivian Garland.) ENGLISH The English program is designed to meet student needs and interests. Each year a quarter course in writing is required of every student; in addition, he selects three quarter courses from a large number of electives. The many available choices permit the student to prepare for his post-high school plans and also to take additional courses in any area of English which is of interest to him. . . . Mary Malley MISS LAURA BAIONE " Oh, good! He’s absent again! " MISS NANCY KOPLIN " Oh, now that’s cute!” MR. ROBERT KNIGHT i i MISS MARY MALLEY Dept. Head " Oh, you know . . .” 14 MR. PAUL RAYMOND I i MRS. JANET FOX MRS. ESTHER HEFFERNAN MRS. LINDA DERBY MISS ROSE PORCELLO 15 SOCIAL STUDIES MR. ROBERT ROBBINS MR. PETER CREEDON MR. GREGORY QUINLAN " Please try to control yourself.” MR. ROBERT KOZACZKA Dept. Head Social Studies education has a two-fold purpose: enhancement of human dignity through learning and a commitment to democratic processes as a means to that end. The idea of human dignity means that each person should have the opportunity to know, to choose, and to act. It is our fervent hope that our program will develop young adults who will say: " I know what’s going on. I’m part of it, and I’m doing something about it.” MR. THOMAS OULETTE " Gusty Stuff.” MR. THOMAS SNIPE " Ya know what 1 mean?” MR. DONALD FLEBOTTE " Psycho” MR. JAMES REVERUZZI " Let’s watch Sesame Street!!” 17 MRS. FLORENCE LYONS " I’m blooming happy!” MR. JAMES YANKEE " Twinkle, twinkle, little star. " MR. JAMES CHERRY " Weight divided by molecular wght. = Moles” 18 MR. BRIAN DOLLEY " Let’s put our answers into the mole machine and see if we re in the right ballpark.” SCIENCE Science is the great adventure of the human race. Through science, man has already learned to dominate the earth, defeat all enemies and competitors, construct muscle and brain more power- ful than his own. Its exploits still continue, coming at closer and closer intervals. Each generation sees more changes, and the curve of change sweeps upward at an eversteepening pitch. Where it will take mankind cannot be forseen — perhaps to disaster, perhaps to the stars. . . . LIFE MR. STEPHEN ROSS " I’d like you to meet my friend . . MR. JOHN KOUBA MR. DWAIN POULIN Dept. Head " Physics is Phun " MR. FRANCIS RAGO " Far out!” MATHEMATICS For too many years we have felt that our main function was to enable students to fulfill their math requirements in order to enter college; therefore, the colleges have indirectly dictated our curriculum. Recently, however, we have attempted to meet the needs and expectations of the entire student body by introducing such courses as Computer Programming and Surveying. The department anticipates further diversifications as student needs expand. . . . Joseph Scherr MRS. MARY HOLMES " Wanna learn how to play Polish poker?” MR. EUGENE RYCZEK " You’re a deadbeat.” MRS. LENORA HILINSKI MRS. CAROLE HAWKES MRS. LYNN PASCO " The solution is trivial.” MISS SADIE FALBO " How’s the weather up there?” MR. KENDALL OWENS " But this is Algebra I!” 20 MR. JOSEPH SCHERR Dept. Head " There’s that handsome Math teacher!” i INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION MR. HARRY ROMER MR. FRANK TOKAS Industrial Education is an activity-oriented curriculum area con- cerned with problems of an industrial nature, and how to solve these problems. Specific concern is given to the development of the concepts of technical competence, social competence, consumer competence, cultural appreciation, occupational information, and leisure time pur- suits. MR. JAMES HODRINSKY Dept. Head MR. GARY FAIRWOOD MR. WILLIAM SCUDIERI " SHOP ! ! ! Did you say SHOP ? ? ” BUSINESS EDUCATION MRS. ANNE GORHAM " Settle down!” The Business Education Department provides students an opportunity to develop a marketable skill in the field of Secretarial Science, Bookkeeping, Clerical Administration Dis- tributive Occupations, or Data Processing. Emphasis is placed on the values of social contracts, the importance of civic responsibility and the need for a well- adjusted personality. This is possible through such organiza- tions as Distributive Education Clubs of America, The Eermi Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America in con- junction w ' ith all Business Education classes. MR. ANTHONY PESSOLANO " I know I ' m King of the Species.” 22 I r MRS. MARILYN HLRTRAND It MR. PAUL niSF.STI " Let ' s go skiiog!” MRS. GLNEVIKVE MURPHY it P I k ' 5 ) I i ! I I MISS DARLENE WIL.SON MESS ANDREA RUSSO " Hrutiil . . . Hard, liuli? " " (a)ul l he trouhle , . MISS C AROL ni ARGEON Distributive Education MR ANTONIO BATISTA 23 FOREIGN LANGUAGE The Foreign Language Department aims at creating a better under- standing between nations by studying their language, culture, and literature. With this in mind, w e have expanded our present language programs to include German and Italian courses. Our emphasis has been an audio-visual-lingual approach, especially in EBF (Encyclopedia Brittanica Films) in French and Spanish. . . . R. J. Mercik MS. SUSAN BUCKLAND MUSIC MR. JOSEPH GIANGRASSO " Want to hear me play Melancholy Baby?” MR. JOHN MARIANO " Now people — it goes like this.” " Music is said to be the speech of angels.” I ART " A picture is a poem without words.” i I MRS. JANE DOCKER MR. ROBERT FOLEY MRS. JOAN BOURQUE " Okay kids, let’s put away the Play Doh.” 25 MR. JOSEPH NUCCIO " Where’s your crewcut?” 1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education, required each year, is designed to pro- vide a program which develops strength, agility, muscular coordination, sports and skills for leisure time and to develop particular abilities and interests in the process of a complete education. J FAMIL Y LIVING AND CONSUMER EDUCATION Training in this field, while leading to a useful and interesting career, is also one of the best prepar- ations for an ultimate career as a homemaker and mother. It also develops an awareness and an interest in the problems facing the consumer today. MRS. PATRICIA VALLAS i t I i I MS. MAUREEN KELLY " My name is Ms. Kelly” MRS. ELIZABETH OGONIS " I do not teach Home Ec.; (we are the Dept, of Family Living and Consumer Education) 1 MRS. PATRICIA HOLMES MRS. CHARLOTTE SCHNEIDER mm DRIVER EDUCATION 28 MR. PETER STASZKO ' They call me Baby Driver.’ 9 MR. HARRY ZEROOGIAN Work Experience I L MISS JUDY GAJEWSKI Special Education MR. RICHARD PELLIN Resource Consultant 29 GUIDANCE The counselors have tried to establish a working relationship with as many students as possible. Be- cause a relationship is a two-way street, we are de- pendent upon students to take the initiative to help develop rapport between our department and the student as an individual. Hopefully, those who de- velop such a relationship will act as ambassadors to their peers. Come in and meet us — let’s be friends. MRS. RAE TOBER MR. MALCOLM DAVIS I SECRETARIES ■ MRS. CEIL EVANS MRS. NANCY KALWA MRS. LILLIAN SCHULTESS i‘ I 31 CAFETERIA STAFF: (kneeling) Wesley Martin, Kevin White. Row 1 (1. to r.) — Pamela Young, Mary Chase, Lillian Dragon, Nancy Pel- letier, Irene O’Zemko, Grace Lee, Olga Captain, Carmilla Bruno. Row 2 — Leona Sidorsky, Josie Smith, Irene Gaskin, Patrick Pad- revita, Annette Prior, Joyce Mackey, Madeline Netkovisk, Florence Kur- ley (hidden), Olga Telmosse ! 32 ROBERT LATAILLE Head Custodian V fi wnni A itv 3 % W q V m r BRENDA ADDLER " Dirty Harriet " " Oh my God, George” Kennedy Singers 1, Candy Sale 2, 3, Future Nurses 3, 4. MONA LYNN ABERT " You idiot! " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Teachers Aides 2, Student Secretary 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, FBLA 4, Senior Variety Show 4. PAMELA ALBERT " Pam” Student Council 1, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, Nurses Aide 2, 3, 4. 36 BETTY JANE ALPHONSE " Jane” " Right on” Pep Squad 2, Future Nurses Club 2, Nurses Aide 2, 3, 4, Student Secretary 3, Tennis Club 3, Secretary Club 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4, FBLA 4. DEBRA AMPRIMO " primo " " Oh, really?” Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee (Co-Chairman) 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3, 4, Swim Team Aide 3, 4, Fermi Hostess 2, 3, Lamplighters 2, Guidance Aide 1, General Office Aide 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Car Wash 2, Homecoming Day Committee 4, Class Night 4, Senior Variety Show 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Ded- ication Day Float Committee 3, Track Team Aide 3, 4. PETER ANDERSON " Andy” Junior Varsity Soccer 2, Varsity Soccer 3, 4. ROBIN ANDERSON " Funny or what” CLAUDIA ARCHAMBAULT Koscuiszko Singers 1, Candy Sale 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 3, 4. MARY ANNIS " Mar” Lamplighters 1, 2, Honor Roll 2, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Senior Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Fermi Hostess 2, 3, Usherette for Gradu- ation 3, Homecoming Day Committee 4. I 37 DEBORAH A. ARRE " Debbi " Fermi Hostess 2, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3. DEBRA ARSENEAULT " Debbie " Chorus 3, 4, FBLA 4, Y-Teens 1, Variety Show 3, 4, Lamplighters Usher- ette 3, Scholarship Dance 3, Spaghetti Dinner Dance 3. JERRILYNN BABUT " Jed” Student Secretary 3, Tennis Club 1, 2. 38 I LYNN BANIS I Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Lamplighters 1, 2, Library Aide 1, 3, Guidance Aide 1, 4, Social Studies Lab Staff 1, 4, Tennis Club 2, Future Teachers Club 2, Candy Sale 2 , National Merit Scholarship Fund Drive 3, 4, Usherette for Graduation 3, Year- book 4, Literary Magazine 4. PAULA BAILEY SPERRAZZA 1 PAMELA BARRUP " Pam” " Be good” Honor Roll 3, Lamplighters 2. RICHARD BENNETT " Bengi” " Ha! That ' s pretty good!” PHYLLIS BENNICI " Bennich’’ Pep Squad 1, Y-Teens 1, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Candy Drive 2, 3, Junior Class Vice-President, Graduation Usherette 3, Car Wash 3, Senior Class Treasurer, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 4, Powder Puff Eootball 4, Senior Variety Show, Magazine Drive 4. MARK BERNIER " Bernie” Bowling 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2. 40 DEBORAH ANNE BLAKE " Debbie” " You gotta be kidding " Secretaries Club (Assistant Vice-Presi- dent) 3, Fermi Hostess 3. DONNA BLACK " Yog” EVELYN BLIER " Eve” FBLA 2, 3, 4. PAUL BESSETTE " Sarge " " Be cool” AV 3, 4. JOHN BLANCHFIELD, JR. Lamplighters 3, 4. DAVID BIGOS " Dave” " And in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love, you make.” V. Swim Team 3, 4, Honor Roll 2. 41 NORMAND PAUL BLIER, JR. ' Rock’’ Freshman Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, Basketball Manager 1, 3, Junior Varsity Basketball 2. ROSEMARIE BOTTARO " Rose " Honor Roll 3. VICKY BOND " Vic " " Just wait a minute, now " Band 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH BOURQUE " Berkley " Ski Club 1, 2, I. Water Polo 1, Fresh- man Football, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Baseball, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Dedication Day Float 3, V. Football 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4, V. Basket- ball 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4, " V. Baseball 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4. EILEEN BOND " I” " Give up” ALFRED BOUCHARD " " Al” Marching Band 4. 42 BRADLEY BRODTMAN " Brad " Freshman Football, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 4. JANE SUSAN BROPHY " Janey” " What did you say?” DECA 3, School Store 3, Concession Stand 2, 3, Distributive Ed. 1, 3. CARMINE BRUNO " Carm” " Hey! How ya doing” J.V. Baseball 2, Honor Roll 3, Handball Tournament 3. 43 CHRISTOPHER BUTLER " Chris” " Shut up, Sweet " Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2. KERI CADY " Cady” " You dummy” Distributive Education 3, 4, School Store 3, Teachers Aide 2, Concession Stand 3. 44 PATRICK CANNATA ■’Pat " National Honor Society 2, Senior Prom Committee 4, Farewell Prom Committee 4, Variety Show 4. JOHN CAREY " Jack” J.V. Basketball 2, J.V. Soccer 2, V. Soccer 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, School Newspaper 3, 4. DEBORAH J. CAPWELL " Cappy” RICHARD F. CARD, JR. " Dickie " " Good Gravy!” PAUL E. CENSKI " Jose” Junior Lamplighter Stage Crew and Manager 1, Track 1, J.V. Football 1, 2, Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, School News- paper 1, (Photographer), V. Football 4. KATHLEEN MARIE CASPER " Kathy” " No . . . Come on” Battle of the Bands 3, Dedication Day Float Committee 3, Homecoming Day Committee 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, (Secretary 2), Yearbook 2, 3, (Co-Editor) 4, Literary Magazine 3, 1. Tennis 3, I. Volleyball 3, " Crucible” Play 2, " Mad- woman of Chaillot” 3, Farewell Prom Committee (Decoration Chairman 3), Art Club 1, School Spirit Award 2, Future Nurses Club 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4. JANET CHILLSON " Jan” Cheerleading 1, Student Council 1, Prom Committee 3. PHYLIS CHRISTMAS " Phyl” " Oh my God” DONNA SUE CIMINO " Prudence” " Who, What, Where, How, When, and Why” Junior Prom Committee 3, Farewell Prom 4, Teacher’s Aide 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Senior Prom 4. 46 GEORGE CLARK " Skip " DAVID CLARK " Dave” WILLIAM CLASSEN " B. C.” Student Council I, Junior Varsity Base- ball 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Senior Variety Sbow 4, Yearbook (Sport’s Editor) 4. KEITH COMPARETTO ( I j GLEN CLAYTON ( Band I, 2, 3. KAREN CONFER " Well . . 47 1 HELEN MAUREEN CONNOR " Moe” " Come off it, man!” Color Guard 3, Fermi Hostess 2, 3, Secretarial Club 3, Senior Prom Com- mittee 4, Senior Variety Show 4. JOHN CONWAY " Oscar " J.V. Soccer 2, V. Soccer 3, 4. DEBORAH CORBIN " Debbie " 48 I I LORRAINE ELIZABETH CORNING " Lori” " You’s a Devil!” Candy Sale 2, 3, Honor Roll 3, Senior Variety Show 4. WILLIAM CORMIER " Hawkeye” V. Football 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4, V. Baseball 4, Yearbook 4. HOWARD CORO, JR. " Howie” " He said ' Ho Hi’ Freshman Football, Football 2, 3. L DEBRA COURTEMANCHE " Munch” Field Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Soft- ball 3, 4, Girl ' s Athletic Association 3, 4, I. Volleyball 3, Senior Variety Show 4. STEVEN CROUSE " Steve” Band 1, 3, Swim Team 3, 4. CHERYL ANN CROWLEY " Stick” " What does that mean?” Director of Activities 2, 3, Chairman of Candy Sale 2, 3, Honor Roll 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Com- mittee 4, Car Wash 3, Secretary Aide 3, 4. 50 DEBORAH DEAN " Debbie " TONI ELIZABETH DelGRECO " Toni Liz” " OH God” Candy Sale 2, 3, Field Hockey 3, Pep Squad 2, Senior Prom Committee 4, Senior Variety Show 4. I DONALD J. DESLAURIER " D. J.” LAURIE ANN DEWEY " Goldie” " Take it from the top! " Y-Teens (President) 1, Girl ' s Intramural Softball 1, Poppy Contest (third place) 2, Student Council 1, Class Historian 2, 3, 4, Majorettes 2, 3, (Captain) 4, Powder Puff Football 3, Fermi Hostess 3, Senior Variety Show Committee 4, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Class Trip Committee 4, Chairman of Junior Prom Committee 3, Hostess of Junior Prom 3, Hostess of Senior Prom 3, Dedication Day Committee 3, Girl ' s Softball Team 3, 4, Manager Boy ' s Swimming Team 3, 4, Laurel Girls State Representative 3, Junior Achievement 3, Homecoming Day Committee 3, Chairman of Candy Drive 2, 3, Battle of the Bands Dance Committee 3. FRED DICKSON KENNETH DIFRANCO " Kenny” " Who, me skip? No not me! " Track 1, A.V. 2, 3, 4, Lamplighters 1. TINA MARIE DIFRANCO Field Hockey 3, (Manager) 4, Girl ' s Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Variety Show 4. 52 I KAREN DION DECA 3, 4. KATHLEEN DOHERTY " Kathy” WILLIAM DONELAN " Bill” " Hey Rootus!” Social Studies Lab 2, 3, 4, Lamplighters 2, 3, (President) 4, EFN Television Project 2, (Director) 3, 4, Literary Magazine 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Senior Variety Show 3, 4. LAURIE ANN DOWNES " Laur” Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club 2, Homecoming Committee 4. JUDY A. DRAKE Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Fare- well Prom Committee 3, Guidance Aide 3, Candy Drive 2, Magazine Drive 4, Homecoming Day Committee 4, Senior Variety Show 4. I 1 SCOTT DUNCAN Freshman Soccer, V. Soccer 2, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN J. DUNTON " Kathy” Yoga Club 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4. DIANE MARIE DURFEE " Durf” 54 I DEBRA LYNN DUSTIN " Mousie” " I don’t believe it!” Student Secretary 3. ROSALIE M. DUZIK " Rose” Spanish Award I, Literary Magazine 2, Fermi Hostess 2, Field Hockey 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee (Chairman) 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4, Senior Variety Show 4, Yearbook 4. I 1 GREGORY D’VILESKIS " Greg” Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY EDGAR " Nance” " Well, it’s about time.” Medical Technology 1. DARRELL ELLIOTT " Cosmo” Freshman Football 1, V. Football 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4, Swimming 3, Track 2, (Co-Captain) 3, Ski Club 1, 2, Hand- ball Tournament Runner-Up (singles). 55 JANET LORRAINE ELLIS " Legs” " How you gonna act Man?” RICHARD MICHAEL FAHEY " Ricky” JANICE FALKOWSKI Library Aide 3, Future Teacher ' s Club 3, Tennis Club 3. CYNTHIA FALKOWSKI " Cindy” Lamplighters 1, 2, Pep Squad 2, V. Field Hockey 3, V. Basketball 3, 4, J.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, I. Softball 1, Senior Variety Show 4, Senior Prom Com- mittee 4, Honor Roll 2, 3. PEARL FAWCETT V. Cheerleader 1, Pep Squad 2, Literary Magazine 3. DAVID JOHN FALKOWSKI " You’ll get over it” Band 2, FBLA 4. CHERYLE FERGUSON " Fergi, Fergerburger” " Oh really” Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Concert Choir 4, Field Hockey 3, Softball 3, 4, Lamp- lighters 3, Girl’s Athletic Association 3, First Annual Scholarship Dance Com- mittee, Honor Roll 2, 3. 56 SHARON FERGUSON " Fergi” " You ' ve got to be kidding! " Chorus 1, 3, 4, Concert Choir 4, Field Hockey 3, I. Volleyball 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Lamplighters 4, Usherette 3. I I LARRY FIGELLA " Leapin’ Larry” " It all depends on the way you look at it” Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. DEBRA ANN FERRACCI " Debby” " You listen!” Teacher ' s Aide 2, Powderpuff Football 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Y Teens 1. FBLA 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 4. GARY A. FREED " GAF " " Never give in!” Audio Visual Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. 57 ADRIA FERRIS " Penny” Medical Technology Club 1, Student Council 1. JAMES EDWARD FULLER " Jim” Freshman Football, V. Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Hockey, Freshman Track, V. Track 2, 3, 4, V. Swimming 3, 4, A.V. 1, FBLA 3, (President) 4, Ski Club 2, 4, Honor Roll 4, Junior Float Com- mittee 3. L THOMAS JOHN FUREY " Tom” Freshman Soccer 1. RAYMOND GAGNON " Ray” Band 1. DEBRA GALLO " Debbie” Chorus I, Pep Squad 2, Teacher’s Aide 3, Color Guard 3, 4, Office Aide 3, 4, Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. LAURIE GAINES Junior Prom Committee 2, 3, Lamp- lighters 2, Class Ring Committee 2, Candy Drive 2. ROBIN GAMACHE " Bert” Student Secretary 3. DANIEL GALLO " Danny” Freshman Football 1, V. Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Track 1, V. Track 2, 3, Fermi Host 2, 3. 58 I SUZANNE GIGUERE " Sue” " Oh, you ' re kidding!” Field Hockey Team 4. RAYMOND GONYEA " Sugar Ray” GARY GODIN Work Experience 4. EARL GORDON GLORIA GASKINS PETER GONGOLA Freshman Baseball, J.V. Baseball 2, AV 2, 3, (President) 4. i li 60 i JIM HAIKO " Haiko” " Are you embarrassed?” I KAREN HANRAHAN Ski Club 3, 4, Project Teach 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. MICHAEL HALGAS Ski Club 2, 3, 4, V. Swim Team 3, 4, FBLA 4. DANIEL JOHN HAYDEN " knees” " Did the bell ring yet!” V. Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Football, V. Swim Team (Co-Captain) 3, 4, Junior Prom Host 3, Senior Farewell Host 3, Representative for Boys State 3, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, Freshman Track, V. Track Team 2, 3, 4, Class Officers (Vice-Presi- dent) 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Class Trip Committee 4, Float Com- mittee 3, Senior Variety Show 4. ALAN HEBERT ”A1” Lamplighters 3, Literary Magazine 4. ROBERT HENDRICKSON STEVEN HENDRICKSON " Hender” " How we doing?” Freshman Baseball, V. Baseball 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, J.V. Basketball 2, 3, V. Basketball 4. 62 COLLEEN MARY HENRY " Burpie” Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3, (Captain) 4, Tennis Club 2, Pep Rally Committees 2, 3, 4, Dedication Day Float Com- mittee (Co-Chairman) 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3, 1. Volleyball 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Enfield Scholarship Fund Drive 3, 4, Candy Drive 2, 3, Yearbook (Faculty Section Editor) 4, Homecoming Day 4, Girl’s Athletic Association 3, 4, D.A.R. Award 4. KIM HINDS " Kimba " " Right on” V. Track 3, V. Football 3. DEBRA HOCTOR " Deb” " Be Good!” Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 1, 3, PowderpuflF Football 3, Student Council 3, Secretary Club 3, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Drama Club 1, Ticket Com- mittee 1. DOREEN HOCTOR " Dor” " Hey, how ya doing?” Library Aide 1, 3, V. Basketball 2, Ski Club 2, 3, J.V. Basketball 3, V. Soft- ball 3, Powderpuff Football 3, Candy Sale 3. SUSAN HOLBURN " Sue” " Good Morning!” Library Aide 1, 3, 4. RAY HOLLAND " Toby” Literary Magazine 4, (Poetry Editor). 63 STEVEN HORSTMEYER " Sticker” Freshman Football, V. Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Track, V. Track 2, 3, 4. CLARK HOWELL " Wanna start a band?” Band 4, All Things Must Pass, (Chair- man) 3, 4, Concert Choir 4, Glee Club (President) 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Lamp- lighters 4, MICHAEL JANDREAU " Mike” " Really” 64 MICHAEL PATRICK KAMINSKY Freshman Football, Varsity Football 2, 4, Handball 4. SANDRA LEE KANTOR " Sandy” " Cut it out!” KATHLEEN KARAT " Kathy” " Really?” Library Aide 1, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Choral Club 3. 65 WAYNE A. KINGSBURY MICHAEL KENNEDY " Mike” J.V. Soccer 2, J.V. Basketball 2, 3, J.V. Baseball 2. PATRICIA A. KLUCZNIK " Pat” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. 66 I ERIC ANATOLE KURISH Junior Achievement 3. LYNN S. LABRECQUE " Lynis” Chorus 1, 2, Future Nurses Club 2, (Vice-President; 3, Powderpuff Football 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 3, 4, Track Manager 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Basket- ball 4, Softball 4, Honor Roll 2, Senior Variety Show 4. I JANICE LAGROW " Jan " Ski Club 3, 4, Project Teach 3, Future Secretary Club 3. CYNTHIA VALERIE LABUTIS " Cindi " Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club 2, 3, Impressions Workshop 2, " Madwoman of Chaillot” 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3, Usherette for Graduation 3, National Honor So- ciety 3. 4, Yearbook 4, Lamplighters 4. RENEE LALIBERTE Library Aide 1 LINDA LANGAN Candy Sale 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Farewell Prom Committee 3, Fermi Hostess 3, Graduation Usherette 3, Distributive Education Clubs of Amer- ica 3, (Historian) 4, Field Hockey 3. MARK LAVAWAY " I ' m Sorry I’m Late” Soccer 2, Ski Club 3, Yearbook Photog- rapher 4. ERICA LARSON Future Nurse ' s Club 2, 3, 4, Powder Puff Football 3, 4, Girl’s Swim Team 4, Ski Club 3, I. Volleyball 3, Senior Variety Show 4, Pep Squad 2, Honor Roll 2, Lamplighters 1, Health Curriculum Committee 4. 68 i 1 DEBBIE ANN LEATHE j " Leathe” I ' ' That ' s the breaks” i Powder Puff Football 3, 4, Home- 1 coming Committee 4, Senior Prom j Committee 4, FBLA 4, Senior Variety Show 4, Pep Squad (Treasurer) 4. I I i i AUGUST LEFAKIS " Gus” " Variety is the spice of life” Band 1, 2, 3, String Ensemble 2, 3, 4. LINDA Leblanc " Lin” " Reap” " La De Da De Da” Future Nurse’s Club 2, 3. 4, Nurse’s Aide 2, 3, 4, Teacher’s Aide 2, Home Economics Aide 1, Lamplighters Cos- tume Committee 1. JEANNE LEMINI " Jeannie” " I don’t know” Powderpuff Football 3, Basketball 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Girl’s Athletic Association 3. CANDACE LEE " Candy-Bar” ”Ya know” Pep Squad 2, Fermi Hostess 2, DECA 1 , 2 . MARK LEONE " Chuck” Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. 69 DENISE LESCAULT " Watch it!” Student Council (Secretary) 3, Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4 , Guidance Secretary 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Honor Roll 3. MICHAEL LOCKLEAR " Mike” " Come on, don ' t talk like that.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Varsity Football 3, Freshman Football, Impres- sions Workshop 3. 70 I BARRY LOOS " Barry” Electronics Club, Fermi Communications Club. PAULA LOUBIER DECA 3, 4, Concession Stand 3. 1 1 LAUREEN D. LUMSDEN " Laurie” Honor Roll 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3, 4, (Co-Captain) 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey (Co-Captain) 3, 4, Girl ' s Athletic Association 3, (President) 4, Senior Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Variety Show 4. SUSAN E. MADIGAN " Ma " " I didn ' t do it " Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Usherette for Lamplighters 2, 3, 4, Lamplighters 1, Library Aide 3. 71 DEBRA A. MADORE " Debbie” " Get out of here” FRANCES C. MALINOSKI " Fran " Tennis Club 2, V. Cheerleader 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Farewell Prom Committee 3, Girl ' s Athletic As- sociation 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 3, Dedi- cation Day Committee 3, Hostess Dedi- cation Day 3, Float Committee 3, Home- coming Committee 3, I. Volleyball 3, Secretarial Club 3, Senior Variety Show 4, Candy Sale 3. JUDITH NINA MAGGIO " Judi” " Oh My God” Honor Roll 1, Cheerleading 1, Knitting Club 1, Basketball 1, Ski Club 3, 4, Float Committee 3, 4 , Secretary Club 4, (Vice-President) 3, Senior Prom Committee 4. ELLEN MALLEY " Where’s my shotgun?” Pep Squad 1, Guidance Aide 1, News- paper 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Housemaster Aide 3, Fare- well Prom Committee 3, Graduation Usherette 3. LINDA MAHALSKI " Bug” FRANCIS MALLOY " Take it easy” 72 I DENISE MALONE " Dee” Honor Roll 2, 3, FBLA 4, Homecoming Day Committee 4. CAROL MALONEY " Baloney” Social Studies Aide 1, Running Wild 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Reflections 2, (Prose Editor) 3, (Co-Editor) 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Senior Prom Committee 3, Ski Club 2, Lamplighters 2, Tennis Club 2, " Madwoman of Chaillot” 3, Graduation Usherette 3, Yoga Club 3, Gymnastics Club 3, Enfield Scholarship Foundation 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Variety Show 4, Magazine Sale 4, Children’s Christmas Show 4. I FRANCES MANZONE " Fran” BARBARA MARINACCIO 73 MICHAEL MARTIN " Fin” " Right” Track 1, 2, Swim Team, (Co-Captain) 3. 4. r CAROLYN MAYO " Maio” Basketball 1, 1. Softball 1, Pep Squad 2, Candy Drive 2, Field Hockey 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, Fermi Hostess 3, Senior Variety Show 4, Senior Prom Committee 3, Farewell Prom Committee 4, Homecoming Day Committee 4, G.A.A. 3, 4. SUSAN JOAN McGRATH " Sue " Drama Club 1, Yearbook 1, Future Teacher ' s Club 1, Future Nurse ' s Club 1, Teacher ' s Aide 2, Majorettes 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3, AFS 3, 4, Student Council (Director of Activities) 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Senior Pr om Committee 4, Swim Aide 3, 4, Track Aide 3, 4. 74 I MICHAEL McGuire " Goombah” MICHAEL METTA " Mike” " Don’t worry” Junior Varsity Soccer 2, Varsity Track Manager 2, 3, 4. LAURA McINNIS PAUL E. MIENTUS 75 SEAN M. McKEOWN " Irish” " That’s Bush” Freshman Football, V. Football 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4, Freshman Basketball, J.V. Basketball (Captain) 2, V. Basket- ball 3, (Co-Captain) 4, Freshman Base- ball 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Literary Magazine 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Com- mittee 4, Variety Show 4. MARY K. MILLER " Kathy” I PATRICIA A. MISIEWICZ " Pat " Literary Magazine 1, 2, 4, Lampl ighters 2, 3, (Vice President) 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 1, " Madwoman of Chaillot " 3, Physics Lab Assistant 3, 4, Senior Variety Show 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. SUSAN MORYTO " Sue” " I don’t know” Vice President 2, D.E. 3, 4. PAMELA MOODY " Pam” " Don ' t worry about it!” Powder Puff Football 3, FBLA 4, Honor Roll 2, Embroidery Club 1, Senior Variety Show 4, Homecoming Com- mittee 4, Prom Committee 3, Pep Squad 4. KATHLEEN MULLEN " Kathy” Chorus 4, Distributive Ed. 3. JOHN MORRISON " Dig it!” CATHY ANN MURATORI Honor Roll 3, Student Secretary 3, 4, Future Secretaries Club 3. 76 I GERALD E. MUSKA " Gerry” " What’s Happening” Ski Club 1, 2, (President) 3, 4, V. Football 3, Soccer 2, V. Track 2, 4, Football Manager 4. PAUL NAl " DIB” " It’s a strange world” Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track, Freshman Baseball, Baseball 2, Student Council 1, Class Officers (President) 1. JAMES NELSON " Jim” RICHARD DAVID NELSON " Hey that’s pretty good” FBLA 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2. BARBARA NOONAN " Noono” Band 1, Field Hockey 3, 4, J.V. Basket- ball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Girls Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Variety Show 4. SABATH PETER NIGRO " Sam” " OH, so much!” I I d 11 PATRICIA MARIE NOWELL " Patty” " Seriously now " Freshman Softball, Student Council Representative 1, Class Officers (Secre- tary) 3, DECA 1, 2, (Treasurer) 3, (Secretary) 4, Work Experience 4. MELISSA OASE " Missy” Student Council (Secretary) 2, Junior Prom Committee 2, 3, Library Aide 1, Lamplighters 1. RITA O’BRIEN Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. MARK FRANCIS O’CONNELL J.V. Soccer 2, V. Soccer 3, 4, Enfield Scholarship Fund Drive 3, Yearbook 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Usher for Graduation 3, Audio Visual Club 1, J.V. Basketball Manager 1, Senior Variety Show 4, Sen- ior Prom Committee 4, Farewell Com- mittee 4. EVELYN O’HAGAN " Ev” CLAUDIO OREEICE " Claude” " Consistency is the hob goblin of little minds.” Medical Technology Club 1, Eootball 1, 2, 3, Track 4, Lamplighters 4. 78 I DONNA OSTHEIMER " Os” " Hang it up, Falkowski” Honor Roll 1, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, V. Basketball 3, Powder Puff Football 3, Library Aide 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Variety Show 4. TERENCE O’TOOLE " Rip” Senior Class President. ROBERT A. PANCAVAGE " Duce” Track 1, 2, 4, Electronics Club 4, FBLA 4. JANET PACKARD " Pack” V. Basketball 1, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, Tennis Club 2, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Variety Show 4, Softball 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. ROBERT OTTMAN , " Ott” Medical Technology Club 1, Band 3, (Treasurer) 4, Future Teachers Club 3, Project Teach 3, 4, Swim Team 3, 4. JOSEPH PARELIUS " Joe” L DEBRALEE ANN PERRIER " Mouse” " Good Play!” Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 4, Secretary Club 3, Homecoming Committee 4, B owling League 4, Senior Variety Show 4, Senior Prom Commit- tee 4. DANA LAURETTE PETERS " Dragon Lady " " Oh go soak your head!” Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Nurses Aide 2, 3, 4, Lamplighters 4. EILEEN PIEPER " Piep” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, V. Field Hockey 3, 4, (Co-Captain) 3, V. Basketball 3, 4, (Co-Captain) 3, 4, V. Softball 3, 4, I. Volleyball 3, 4, Girl ' s Athletic As- sociation 3, (Vice-President) 4. Senior Variety Show 4. 80 THOMAS PIOREK " Tom” " Don’t get me wrong, but . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Floor Hockey 3, Year- book 4. THERESA FAITH PIRANIAN " Terri” Class Officers (Treasurer) 3, Senior Variety Show 4. PHYLLIS POHARSKI Guidance Aide 1, Student Council 1, Ski Club 1, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, 4. ROSE PREBLE " Bud” " Bull, it is” Honor Roll 1, 2, Future Nurses Club. DAVID PRICE V. Swimming 3, V, Track 3, AV 2, 3, 4. 81 KATHLEEN PROVENCHER " Ponch” " Catch ya Later! Wow!” DECA 4. i HELEN E. RATHBUN " Hel” " Hey . . . What can I say?” Cheerleader 1, V. Cheerleader 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Honor Roll 4, Fermi Hostess 3. JUDITH RAY " Judy” National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY JOSEPH RARUS " Joe Allegro” " Hey Joe, Yeah!” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Floor Hockey 3, 4, Project Teach 3. DONALD REDDEROTH " Duck” FBLA 4. 82 STEVEN REED " Chico” " That’s protein” YOLANDA MOLINA " Jo” " It ' s weird " Future Homemakers of America 1, Chorus 1, Honor Roll 1, English Club 1. JANET RESNICKOF F " 1 don ' t agree with that! " Intramural Softball 1, Softball 2, Basket- ball 2, Field Hockey 2, Literary Maga- zine 3, 4, Yoga 3, V. Softball 3. JO ANN L. ROBBINS " Jo” " Bill " JAMES ROBERTS " Jim " " Will you shut up!” Honor Roll 3, Ski Club 3, Cribbage Club 1. ROBERT RICHARDSON " Bob " " Due pasa” Band 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3. 4. 83 RAY ROBIDOUX RITA JEAN ROSE " Freta” " Huh!” CECIL ROY " CR” " Nick don’t” Floor Hockey 3. KATHLEEN ANN RUBBA " Kathy” " Dummy up!” Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Concert Choir 3, 4, Nurses Aide 1, 2. 84 ARMAND RUBY " Rootus” " Oh Father high in Heaven, smile down upon your son . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Lamplighters 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Im- pressions Workshop 2, Social Studies Lab Staff 2, 3, 4, Enfield Scholarship Drive 3, 4, School Newspaper 2, 4, Senior Variety Show 3, 4, Literary Magazine 4. NANCY RUNYON " Goat” " Rip me off " DEC A 1. KERRIE RUDOLF " Frenchie” Class Secretary 1, Cheerleader 1, English Award 1, Honor History Award 1, Lamplighters 2, 3, 4, Powder Puff Eoot- ball 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Honor Roll 3, Spanish Award 3, Senior Variety Show 4, Farewell Prom Committee 4. CAROL JEAN RUSHFORD " Uh-huh” Chorus 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 4, Lamp- lighters 3, 4, Fine Arts Dance 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. 85 ROBERT RUFFINO " Rob” BETH SANTANELLA Lamplighters 1, 2, 3, Secretary Treasurer 4, Guidance Aide 1, Literary Magazine 1, Float Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Farewell Prom Committee 3, V. Cheerleading 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Variety Show 4, " Madwoman of Chaillot " 3, Home- coming Day 4, Honor Roll 2, Usherette for Graduation 3. DAVID SARNO " Chip” J.V. Basketball 2. BRUCE SARNO WILLIAM SCALES " Bill” " Faaar out” Honor Roll 2, 3, Lamplighters 4, Social Studies 4, V. Sailing 2, 3. GLADYS SCANLON " Sue” " Hey, how’s it going? " Concert Choir 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Variety Show 4. MARK WILLIAM SCAVATTO Basketball 1, Football 1, V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, Variety Show 4. WILLIAM SCANLON " Bill” 86 GERRY SCHIENDA Football 1, Wrestling 1, Baseball 1, V. Baseball 2. DEBORAH A. SCHWENGEL " Debbie " Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, International Club 4. MARYANNE SCHACK " Schacker” Junior Prom 3, Variety Show 4. KAREN SCHNEIDER " Really?” Band 1, 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Nurses Aide 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. FRED SCHMIDT MARY RITA SCHMID " This could only happen to me” Band 1, Library Aide 1, 2, Nurses Aide 1, 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, Yearbook 2, 3, Majorettes 2, 3, Office Aide 1, 3, 4, Fermi Hostess 2, 3, Variety Show 4, Powder Puff Football 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. 87 LINDA SENIO " Puppet” " Keep on Trucking” SETH SEIDEL " Easy Rider” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, Band 1, Soccer 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, Car Wash 4, Variety Show 4, En- field Scholarship Foundation 4. DONALD SHEAK " Don” " No such word as " Can’t” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Class President 2, 3, Swim Team 3. 4, Track 3, Boy’s State Delegate 3. 88 j EUGENE SHLATZ Freshman Football, V. Football 2, V. Track 2, 3, 4, Freshman Track. JOSEPH SHOLUNAS " Big Joe” V. Track Team 2. HENRY SIENKO DECA 3, 4. DONALD SLANETZ " Slice-its” " You ! ! ! ! around, you lay around " V. Basketball (manager) 2, 3, 4, V. Baseball 2, J.V. Football 3. I ! i THOMAS SLOANE " Tom” Soccer 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Track 1. 89 MARK SMINKEY " Mark” " People must learn to live together in peace” Soccer 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Senior Prom 3, 4. BRUCE SMITH V. Swim Team 3. LYNELL SMITH " Lynn” World Civ. Club 2, Drama Club 1, Variety Show 4. SHARON SMITH " Smithet” " I ' m only kidding” School Newspaper 2, Project Teach 2, Student Council Representative 2, En- field Scholarship Fund (Co-Chairman) 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senior Variety Show 4, FBLA 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA A. SMYTH " Barb” Literary Magazine 1, 2, Class Ring Com- mittee 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Variety Show 4. JOAN ELIZABETH SNYDER " Joni” Bridge Club 1, Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, Tennis Club 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, V. Cheerleader 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Float Committee 3, I. Volleyball 3, Yearbook 2, 3, (Senior Pictures Editor) 4, Enfield Scholarship Fund 3, Track Aide 3, 4, Literary Magazine 4, Senior Farewell Prom 4, Variety Show 4. 90 JEAN ST. AMANT " Not Bad” Lamplighters 1, Ski Club 2, Variety Show 4. IRIS BETH STEIN Honor Roll 1, Future Teachers Club 2, Candy Drive 2, Volunteer Teachers Aide 2, 3, Enfield Scholarship 2, 3, 4, Yoga Club 3, Drama Activity 3, Literary Magazine 3, (Prose Editor) 4, Yearbook Secretary 4. DAVID STELMAT Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 1, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Senior Farewell Commit- tee 4. 91 DEBORAH STEWART " Debbie” JOANNE STUART " Jo” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, School News- paper 2, 3, Volunteer Teacher ' s Aide 2, Literary Magazine 3, (Co-Editor) 4, Latin Award 3, English Aw ' ard 3, So- cial Studies Lab 3, 4, Yoga Club 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Variety Show 4, Candy Drive 2, Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2, 3, 4. SUSAN SUIZDAK " Sue” " Smile, it makes the world wonder what you ' ve been up to.” Lamplighters 1, Fermi Hostess 2, Library Aide 4. DAVID STOCK " Schroder” " Hail, Ludwig Van Beethoven!” Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, Concert Choir 4, Impressions Workshop 2, Sen- ior Prom Committee 4, Lamplighters 4, Stage Band 1, 3. GARY STOUT SHEILA SULLIVAN Honor Roll 3, FBLA 3, 4, Intramural Gymnastics 1, Library Aide 1, 2, 3, Fermi Hostess 3, Senior Float Commit- tee 4. 92 WILLIAM ALAN SWEET " H. B. " " Hey, Pollock!” Band 1, 2, 3, 4, (President 1, 4, Vice- President 3), Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Float Committee, Impressions Workshop 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Lamplighters 3, 4. 95 PEGGY TEVALD " Peg " " Let’s take a spin through Mac’s” SHERYL THERRIEN " Canuck " " Teh . . . Ohhh!” Band 1, (Secretary) 2, 3, Chorus 4, Fine Arts Dance 3, Ski Club 4, Usher- ette for Lamplighters 2, Senior Prom Committee 4. NICHOLAS J. THEOFILES " Nick” Freshman Football, V. Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Track, V. Track 3, Floor Hockey 3, Freshman Basketball. RONALD THOMPSON " Ron” Distributive Education 1, 2. PAUL THERIAULT " JR” " Nuts” Chess Club 1, String Ensemble 3. SANDRA THRIFT " Sandy” Ski Club I, 2, Library Aide I, 2. 94 I ROBERT TIMMERMAN " Bob” PIERRE TRINQUE " Dink” " Back Off, Jackson” Fr eshman Football, Freshman Track, V. Football 2, DECA 3, (President) 4. DEBRA LYNN TRIOLO " Tree” " O.K. Kids” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Variety Show 4, Yearbook 2, 3, (Co-Editor) 4. DAVID UDAS " Dave” " You Clutz.” Freshman Basketball, J.V. Baseball 2. 95 DONALD S. UDAS " Don” " Don’t worry (we got it)’’ FRED VANHOUTTE " Freddy” Freshman Soccer, Soccer 2, 3, Chess Club 1. JANICE VAUGHN " Crickett” Future Nurses Club 2, 3, Color Guard 2, 3, 4, AV 4. MARYANN VELLA " Mare” Pep Squad 1, Student Council 2, Field Hockey 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Graduation Usherette 3, Senior Variety Show 4. ROBERT CHARLES ANTHONY VELLA " Tooter” " I’ll call you, you, and you, the three C+ !? ! Birds!” Freshman Baseball, J.V. Baseball 2, V. Football 2, 3, Attendance Distributor 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Senior Variety Show 4. FRANK D. VINCENZO Freshman Football. 96 JOSEPH VIOLETTE " Joe” Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, Track 2. CARL RAYMOND VIOLETTE Freshman Football, V. Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, 3. V. Basketball 4. r WILLIAM KENNETH VREELAND " Bill” " I don’t want to hear it, Jake.” THOMAS WELLS V. Football 2, 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, V. Baseball 3, 4, Yearbook 4. MARY WENTWORTH Powder Puff Football 3, Tennis Club 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Farewell Prom Committee 4. RICH WEST WANDA L. WHAPLES 98 DEBORAH G. WILCOX " Debbie” Library Aide 1, Junior Prom Committee 3, Track Manager 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Float Committee 3, Nurses Aide 2, 3, Student Secretary 3, 4, Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4, Senior Variety Show 4. KATHLEEN YOUNG Literary Magazine 2. n GARY ZERA KEVIN BOWEN " Z” J.V. Basketball 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, j.V. Baseball 2, V. Baseball 3, 4. TABITHA NDISI " Taby” Honor Roll 4, Photography 1, Basket- ball 4. PHOTOS RAYMOND ALESKWICZ STEPHEN APOSTOLICO LOUIS ARMENTANO CAROL CHAMBERLAND JAY HOWE DAVE KOZOCZKA AVAILABLE TODD MANGINl MELANIE PUMIGLIA DAVE STOUT DON WEEKS SUE WORTH NOT 100 Win Fifth, 3-0 f«™XDr,ps ThiVd straight ! falcons Top Kennedy Jor mfl fetto ' 2 -® 0 ' vnfieVA- S O - li 4 o -.:-- « f eif?!. ' , O ' - f " Q O D Puloski falcons ski Dumps . 34-14 - g sr 35 .l 2 CD -ocks Girls Blonk fermi Field Hockey SPORTS i ’ilby Shatters ' 45 IV piay FOtil ii Aims For Fifth Win Fermi’s Streak Catholic Mm . .... tl J Ci L % I tnri«« ®Tls To Remain Urdefeated OnW Te ' f tine fetmi Gitte « U e victor ' o I Olv Ei isel V Enfield, Fermi Tie In Soccer Game X THS Falcons Win Over Tigers, 20-14 iisK . ' »««r H»J. tOJ , Fermi High Gridders Shade “ cA • Bloomfield In Close Opener V 4 ,,. ShodeS Fermi, 3-2 yrih East Catholic Surprises Fermi, 18-0 Feriii At Bast Catholic Wilbv Snaos Fermi ' s Unbeaten Skein At Four. 41.22 Fermi High Nips East Hartford, 1-0; Aiming At Enfield In Saturday Clash FERMI FOOTBALL TEAM— BOTTOM ROW: Mark Zaccaro, Glen Marinelli, Steve Angelica, Carl Scavato, Pete Lamagna, Bob Wilson, Vance Sawamura, Steve Cohan, Mike Daly, Mike Tar- nowicz, Greg Boyajain, Bill Moore, Hank Wopschall, Rick Skizewski, John Loubier, Shawn Byrnes, Jerry Lepore, Rick Marks, Greg Bushway. SECOND ROW; Bob Desjardin, Steve Moody, Steve Horstmeyer, Brad Bradunan, Bill Classen, Sean McKeown, Carl Violette, Dan Hayden, Tom Wells, Nick Theo- filies. Bill Cormier, Dan Gallo, Paul Blier. THIRD ROW: Bob Lengyel, Gerry Muska, Tom Halligan, Tom Snipe, Bill Barker, Dan Regan, George Marinelli, Rick Trudeau, Gus Jasminski, John Theofilies, Steve Sibley, Brian Hallenbeck, Jim Madsen, Steve Guilmette, Mark Cunningham, Ron Mayette, David Bran- chaud, Charlie Ragno, John Kouba. Joe Nuccio. FOOTBALL The 1972 football season started out like a house on fire winning the first four games! With a record of 4-0, it looked as if Fermi High School was on its way to their first undefeated football season. Then the tide turned as the record ended up as 4-6 for the season. The record is no indication of the great team we had. We are really proud of our players! ! At no time did they give up! ! CO-CAPTS. BILL CORMIER, DARRELL ELLIOTT, KEN BOURQUE, SEAN McKEOWN. COACHES (KNEELING) JOHN KOUBA, CHARLIE RAGNO. (STANDING) BOB LENGYEL, TOM HAL- LIGAN, TOM SNIPE, BILL BARKER, JOE NUCCIO. COACH NUCCIO 103 I STEVE HORSTMEYER JIM FULLER CARL VIOLETTE DAN HAYDEN BILL CLASSEN DAN GALLO ARMAND RUBY RON SHELTON TOM WELLS BRAD BRADTMAN MARK LEONE I PAUL BLIER SEAN MCKEOWN • • • . • ’ • • • . ‘ • ' I DARRELL ELLIOTT BILL CORMIER JERRY MUSKA KEN BOURQUE i ' FRONT ROW; Tom Quail, Ray Aleskwitz, Jack Carey, Chris Conway, Bogdan Boczar, Dan Gillmette, Pete Anderson, Larry Holmes. KNEELING; Ken Morris, Mark O’Connell, Bob Richard- Figella, Bob Michaud, Dave Lucas, Coach Tony Batista, son, Scott Sauve, John Sheehan, Dan Sharon. STANDING; John Tony Batista SOCCER 1972 An impressive fighting spirit displayed by our Fermi Falcons more than compensated for an average season of soccer. The Falcons gained experience, strength, and unity through great personal and team sacrifices. From these came both personal and team victories. However, the goal of the season was not a victory; it was a sense of personal achievement for all team members. SEASON RECORD Fermi 0 East Hartford 1 Fermi 2 Springfield Trade 3 Fermi 1 Prince Tech 2 Fermi 6 Penney 0 Fermi . .. 3 East Catholic 0 Fermi 6 Penney 1 Fermi 6 RHAM 4 Fermi 1 East Hartford 0 Fermi 0 Enfield 0 Fermi 0 East Catholic 4 Fermi 3 Springfield Trade 0 Fermi 0 Prince Tech 6 Captain Ray Aleskwitz [1 |F i HEV KFwi LARRY FIGELLA MARK O’CONNELL TOM QUAIL " Great Save " JOHN SHEEHAN ;s3 o n 3 1 JOHN CONWAY PETE ANDERSON JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER " Lets Go” FRONT ROW: Glen Locke, Bogdan Boczar, Guy Cannella, Danny Sharon, Barry Kapinos, Tobi Molina. STANDING: Coach James Reveruzzi, Bob Bourque, Tony Giovanetti, Dan Gillmette, Dave Falkowski, Andy Rivers, Rich Sylvester. Ill iir m OiiS Vy4 FRONT ROW: Kathy Cardella, Nancy Brassard, Colleen Henry, Lori LaScala, Paula Vella. BACK ROW: Judy Rarus, Phyllis Krasinski, Fran Malinoski, Sandy Evans, Sue Cote, Beth Santanella, Donna Courchaine. CHEERLEADERS Imitating baby falcons, dancing around Miss Fonseca while her face turns red, sing- ing Christmas songs in October, creating " new, exotic” jumps, and just acting plain crazy is the fun part of being a cheerleader. But there is another side. It is spending long hours of practicing cheers and afternoons and evenings making booster badges and posters. It is smiling and cheering when the score is 72-50 in the fourth quarter of the basketball game. And it’s singing the fight song with pep and spirit after a Falcon victory or defeat. If anyone were to ask these girls how they feel about their responsibilities the answer would be, " We’re from FERMI, and no one could be PROUDER!!” SENIORS (left to right): Fran Malinoski, Colleen Henry, and Beth Santanella. " What do you got? . . . FALCONS . . . LOUDER . . . FALCONS . . . CAN’T HEAR YOU . . . FALCONS ! ! ! Go get ’em Falcons! You can do it!” JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD: FRONT ROW: Debbie Whaples, Mona Ferreira, Sandy Rogerson. BACK ROW: Sharon Mulkern, Patty Mayo, Sue Markowski, Nancy Buiniskas, Karen Banis, Bonnie Redderoth, Deb- bie Marek. JUNIOR VARSITY SUBS: Debbie Scanlon, Jackie Wells. . ' H(GH SCHOOL band f sk fwK » jl B Iv |b||: HMS9 .M BM aWfcb—i BfcMr . •• pil |||||r m ' ' T v ' .-•‘TW ' if ■- ' ' r ' w ' ■ HkS i r ' : M j ' 3 BASKETBALL No one knows the effort that goes into a basket- ball season. Most people are aware only of the games and the number of wins and losses a team compiles. There is a great amount of time and self-sacrifice a person must be willing to give. The long practice sessions, the weekend practices, the inclement, wintry weather that has to be endured are all part of a basketball player’s daily life. If you are playing on a winning team it makes it that much easier. However, if the number of wins are minimal that can com- pound the misery. I admire the basketball team for meeting this challenge with amazing stamina. The most important thing in retrospect is to say to one- self " It was all worth it.” VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM— FRONT ROW: Paul Ciriello, Mark Scavotto, Co-Captains Ken Bourque and Sean McKeown, Mike Kennedy, Dave Laraway. BACK ROW: Asst. Coach Tom Snipe, Carl Violette, Armand Ruby III, Rich Grassette, Larry Figella, Gary Zera, Manager Don Slanetz, Head Coach Dave Shea. FORE- GROUND: " Spalding Top Flite 100. " 115 I- SENIOR PLAYERS — FRONT ROW: Mark Scavotto, Co-Captains Ken Bourque and Sean McKeown, Mike Kennedy. BACK ROW: Carl Violette, Armand Ruby III, Rich Grassette, Larry Figella, Gary Zera. CO-CAPTAINS KEN BOURQUE and 116 LARRY FIGELLA ARMAND RUBY III I ( J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM— FRONT ROW: Dave Laraway, Jim Sheehan. Captain Mark Cunningham, Mike Drennan, Ken Morris. BACK ROW: Coach Tom Snipe, Jim Lemeris, Doug Quarterman, Bob Kobielski, Jerry Lepore. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Sean Byrnes and Eldon Wallen. COACH TOM SNIPE and CAPTAIN MARK CUNNINGHAM. 117 Push for our second victory! I, BACK ROW: Barry Kapinos, Tom Fregon, Ed Jewett, Tom Alexander, Joe Vossen, Jay Beigel, Jim Ottman, Coach Lengyel. THIRD ROW: John Watson, Mike Scavatto, John Arrowsmith, Glenn Marinelli, Greg Boyagan, Ed Dugan, Paul Traczyn- ski. SECOND ROW: Bob Stauble, Rich Stewart, Joe Traczynski, Bob Block, Ron Painchaud, Jim Gavin, Steve Landry. FIRST ROW: Jim Fuller, Dan Hayden, Don Sheak, Mike Halgas. Mike Martin, Steve Crouse. SCHEDULE Fermi 74 Derby 20 Fermi 50 Windsor Locks 45 Fermi 51 Watertown 44 Fermi 45 Windsor Locks 50 Fermi 56 Gilbert 39 Fermi 4-’ Conard 48 Fermi 59 St. Paul’s 35 Fermi 56 Hartford Public 39 Fermi 52 Norwich Free Academy 43 Fermi 54 Glastonbury 41 Fermi 44 East Hartford 51 Fermi 59 Hillhouse 34 Fermi 60 Lee 35 Fermi 49 Wethersfield 46 Fermi 36 Maloney 59 Fermi 60 Litchfield 35 Fermi 54 Middletown 41 " Oh no, I have a cramp in my foot.” " Is it a jump ball?” " Now, what do I do?” 118 SENIORS and COACH MR. LENGYEL The 1972-73 varsity swimming team was a thirty-six-man team that participated in seventeen dual meets. The Fermi Falfins entered the " large” division qualifying meet for the state championships held at East Hartford High School and the " large” division State Championship meet held at Yale University’s Payne Whitney gymnasium. Although this was only the second year of varsity swimming at E.F.H.S., our team represented us well. BOYS’ SWIM TEAM 119 FIELD HOCKEY 1972-1973 RECORD For The 1972-73 Season 7 wins — 1 loss — 1 tie Fermi 4 Newington 0 Fermi 3 South Windsor 1 Fermi . 2 East Windsor 0 Fermi 3 Bloomfield 0 Fermi 1 Enfield 0 Fermi 0 Newington 0 Fermi 0 Windsor Locks 2 Fermi 1 Suffield 0 Fermi 3 Windsor Locks 0 LAURIE LUMSDEN SUE GIGUERE JANET PACKARD CAROLYN MAYO CO-CAPTAIN LAURIE LUMSDEN, COACH CAROL ALBERT, CO-CAPTAIN SARAH KING MANAGER TINA DIFRANCO EILEEN PIEPER BARBARA NOONAN DEBBIE COURTMANCHE The girls certainly proved what hard work and dedication can do as they achieved a winning season with only one loss in 9 contests while their first season did not pro- duce a single victory. Much of the credit for their fine record goes to the defense, led by Laurie Lumsden and Linda May, which yielded only 3 goals 120 to Fermi’s opponents while our offense pro- duced 17 goals. Donna Teske scored 8 goals, Sarah King 5, and Sharon Benoit added 4. The highlight of the season was when the team avenged its only loss of the year by defeating Windsor Locks 3-0 in the last game of the season. ENRICO FERMI HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ FIELD HOCKEY TEAM— KNEELING: Barbara Noonan, Diane Teske, Debbie Hanscomb, Co-captains Sarab King and Laurie Lumsden, Donna Teske, Sue Buyer, Carolyn Mayo, Sharon LaBrecque, and Linda May. STANDING: Coach Carol Albert, Manager Tina DiFranco, Debbie Court- manche. Sue Classen, Bea Pieper, Sue Giguere, Janet Packard, Mary Beth White, Tabatha Ndisi, Kathy King, Eileen Pieper, Debbie Chichester, Diane DeRose, Debbie Bourque, and Manager Michelle Schmidt I ' y W ' L ■ Wir % d 1 ■ i . 1 i 4 . 1 GIRLS’ SWIMMING TEAM Fermi Fermi Fermi Fermi Fermi Fermi Fermi Fermi RECORD 1 win, 7 losses Maloney Lyman Hall Penny Newington Windsor Locks (84-27) Hartford Public Glastonbury Hamden Coach, MRS. LAURA ARNOLD Senior swimmer, ERICA LARSON The girls’ swimming team, in its first season, completed an impressive twelve meet schedule which included four or five of the five top-rated schools in the state of Connecticut. Working very hard every afternoon the young team, of primarily sophomores and juniors, im- proved times and performances enabling several swimmers to earn firsts in several of the meets. The season culminated with some of the mem- bers participating in the state championships at Southern Conn. State College. Sheila Lee placed 12th in a field of 36 in the 50 yard backstroke with a time of 35.44 seconds. Pam Stasteczko and Debi Douville placed l6th and 21st, respectively, in a field of 35 diving competitors. An impressive showing for first year divers and team. FERMI’S FIRST GIRLS ' SWIMMING TEAM— HRST ROW: Mrs. Arnold (coach), Pam Stasteczko, Debi Dou- ville, Eileen O’Connell (manager) Margret Lowney, Sue Wilsox, Carol Hayden, Erica Larson. BACK ROW; Donna Gonzales, Karen Lucey, Sheila Lee, Kathy Duren, Cindy Brown, Sue Halgas, Debbie Ainsworth, Joanne Daley (manager). MISSING FROM PICTURE: Nancy Caswell, Sue Uzell. Take your mark, Get set . . . GO ! ! Faster, faster! The Finish! THE DIVERS SHOWED THEIR GRACE AND SKILL 123 SENIOR DEBBIE COURTEMANCHE SENIOR LAURIE LUMSDEN As the final buzzer sounded on February 9, the Girls’ Basketball Team found them- selves ending a winning season. The girls had greatly improved their 3-8 record last year. Of course, the girls greatest victory came after defeating Enfield High 35-34 in an extremely exciting game. However, it is not the record that is of primary importance to a team which works together through many long hours of prac- tice and difficult quarters of play. Rather, 124 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL VARSITY SCORES Fermi 39 Holyoke Catholic 36 Fermi 42 Bloomfield 34 Fermi 14 Windsor Locks 43 Fermi 49 Newtington 41 Fermi 28 South Windsor 25 Fermi 35 Enfield 34 Fermi 40 South Catholic 27 Fermi . 35 Newington 32 Fermi 29 Windsor Locks 46 Fermi 30 South Catholic 35 Fermi 39 South Windsor 25 Fermi 32 Enfield 37 CO-CAPTAIN EILEEN PIEPER, COACH ANDREA RUSSO, CO- CAPTAIN DEBBIE COURTEMANCHE SENIOR TABITHA NDISI SENIOR EILEEN PIEPER SENIOR JANET PACKARD girls who have developed a spirit of self- determination, positive attitude, and pride in individual as well as team play are the ones with the winning record. Certainly, our sen- ior members Captain Debbie Courtemanche, Laurie Lumsden, Tabitha Ndisi, and Janet Packard possess these characteristics. Interscholastic sports yield many records, but the greatest of these is known only to each member who has been a real part of the team. SITTING: Laurie Lumsden, Diane Desrose, Sue Classen, Gayle Hutchinson, Eileen Pieper, Debbie Courtemanche, Debbie Bourque, Bea Pieper, Laurie DiBattisto. KNEEL- ING: Karen Courtemanche, Tabitha Ndisi, Sharon La- Brecque, Diane Teske, Janet Packard, Dottie Desjardin, Sheila Lee, Donna Teske, Sharon Benoit. 125 |Rsa l.rF ff® W LiL ' fjl SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS i I I PI 1 Mrs. Ogonis (Advisor), Terry O ' Toole (Class President), Sue McGrath (Director of Activities), Phyllis Bennici (Class Treasurer), Dan Hayden (Vice President), Laurie Dewey (Class Historian). MISSING FROM PICTURE: Pat Nowell (Class Secretary). JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Janet Cannone (Class President), Anne Baril (Vice President), Betty Jenkins (Class Treasurer), Carolyn Mueller (Class Secretary), Sue Beyer (Director of Activities), Ellen Macintosh (Class Historian), Miss Kelly (Avisory), Mr. Ouellette (Advisor). SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Lisa Walerzak (Class Secretary), Lynn Gangone (Vice President), Lynn Weeks (Class President), Jackie Wells (Class Treasurer), Carol Hayden (Class Historian). M : II r (J 1 D » I ! ! i. I AS SCHOOLS MATCH WITS Mrs. Fox (Advisor;, Armand Ruby III, Bill Donelan, Cliff Wilson (Alternate), Pat Misiewicz, Mark Davis, Mrs. Hines (Advisor). NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FIRST ROW; Colleen Henry. SECOND ROW: Pat Misiewicz (Vice President), Mona Abert. THIRD ROW: Joanne Stuart, Seth Seidel, Debbie Triolo. FOURTH ROW: Cindi Labutis (Secretary- Treasurer), Pat Kluznik, Rose Duzik, Judith Ray. FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Hilinski (Advisor;, Lynn Banis, Carol Maloney. SIXTH ROW: John Carey, Armand Ruby HI (President), Bill Sweet. 4 i !i ( NEW SPAPER STAFF 0 Dave Brown, John Carey, Alan Hebert, Iris Stein, Joanne Stuart, Armand Ruby III, Bill Donelan. 130 PEP SQUAD FIRST ROW: Mrs. Bertrand (Advisor), Sharon Tidwell, Karen Zebrowski, Maryann Roussea, Karen Lucey, Pat O’Brien, Donna Hargraves. SECOND ROW: Edna Ware, Eileen O ' Conners, Carol Hayden, Kathy Houde, Carolyn Mueller, Sandy LaPlante, Tracey Sullivan. THIRD ROW. Lisa Abohatab, Dorothy Burr- wood, Debbie Niner, Linda Blake, Joan Lemeris, Betty Jenkins, Nancy Courville. FOURTH ROW: Janet Dawson, Lynn Gan- gone, April Latkofsky, Roseanne Rothier, Cindy Girard. MISS- ING FROM PICTURE: Denise Malone. GIRLS’ ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: Carolyn Mayo, Sharon Benoit, Linda May, (Secre- tary), Sue Cote (Treasurer), Laurie Lumsden (President), Eileen Pieper (Vice President), Sarah King, Sue Beyer. SECOND ROW: Sharon LaBrecque, Kathy Duren, Sheila Lee, Janet Packard, Colleen Henry, Frances Malinoski, Diane Teske, Marybeth White. THIRD ROW: Tina DiFranco, Laurie Dewey, Donna Teske, Beatrice Pieper. Debbie Courtemache, Debbie Bourque, Diane Derose, Debbie Douville, Kathy King. MIXED CHORUS FIRST ROW: Bill Foss, Eileen Du;;gan, Sue Bouchard, Karen Lucey, Terry DesRosiers, Diane Luty, Dana Peters, Ann Alden, Judy Buerk. SECOND ROW: Mr. Giangrasso, Karen Libby, Linda Misterka, Sue Cote, Kim Buckley, Julie Duggan, Esther Johnson, Kathy Rubba, Beth Enderle, Linda Petanaude, Kim Como, Gary Cartier. THIRD ROW: Kathy Kelly, April Per- coski, Sheryl Therrien, Cheryl Eerguson, May Percoski, Tom Buchanan, Kathy Kelliher, Ralph Martin, Sue Pomerleau. EOURTH ROW: Bill Donelan, Kim Penton. Toni DelGreco, Diane Levy, Mike Locklear, David Stock, Sue Madigan, Vicki Bond, Sue Scanlon, Clark Howell. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Debbie Arsenault, Cindi Bartis, Nalani Kupau, Kathy Mullen, Carol Rushford. CONCERT CHOIR FIRST ROW: Sue Bouchard, Terry Desrosiers, Mr. Giangrasso (Direc- tor). SECOND ROW: Kim Buck- ley, Karen Lucey, Kathy Rubba, Diane Luty. THIRD ROW: Esther Johnson, Cheryl Ferguson, Sharon Fuguson, Kim Fenton, Kathy Mullen. FOURTH ROW: Bill Donelan, Sue Scanlon, Diane Luty, Clark Howell, David Stock. MIS- SING FROM PICTURE: Sue Desormier, Carol Rushford. AUDIO VISUAL CLUB I Frank Corbo, Paul Gongola, Andy Baker, Dave Price, Cindy Streeter, Peter Gongola, Mark Lamana, Mark Stapleton, John Targonski. ENRICO FERMI NETWORK Cheryl Bernard, Pat LaFountain, Lucielle Dunn, Dave Melancon, John Young, Pauline Christian, Eszter Somogyi. I AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Barry Loos, Dave Johnson, Gary Buzckowski, Gary Eisenman, Rich- ard Bouchard, Paul Faille. BOWLING CLUB I I i ! I I I I i i I I 1 I FIRST ROW: Donna Adler, Linda Patenaude (Secretary), Kathy Wence, Ann Alden, Brenda Adlet (Asst. Treasurer), Trudy Morrison, Ernie Avery, Tom Lucardi (Asst. Treasurer). SECOND ROW; Dave Sokol (President), Russel Hack, Clinton Williams, Matt Mailman, Guy LaRoche, Bill Mailman, Joe Rancourt, Tom Rolland, Eric Kurish (Vice President). LITERARY MAGAZINE EIRST ROW: Joanne Stuart, Carol Maloney, Nancy April, Lynn Weeks, Sheryl Adams. SECOND ROW: Ray Holland, Lynn Banis, Iris Stein, Diane Moores, Sheryl Gracewski, Alan Hebert. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Donna Black, Janet Resnickoff, Mary Canrwcll. STRING ENSEMBLE Dave Stelmat, August LeFakis, David Dragone, Kathy Ruby, Bob Jones, Mr. Mariano (Director). Pianist — Princess Ringland. FUTURE NURSES’ CLUB FIRST ROW; Dana Peters, Kim Commo, Judy Buerk, Debbie Lund- quist, Maryann Rousseau, Betty Jenkins, Pam Albert, Kathy Cas- per, Sue Pomerleau. SECOND ROW: Erica Larson, Laurie Downes, Cindy Trapanese, Nancy Edgar, Amy Buczacki, Diane Levy, Robin Smith. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Eileen Galligan, Brenda Adler, Donna Adler, Claudia Archambault, Penny Ferris, Denise Lescaulr. mV " 1 ? ij 1 t ■ i V i 1 ■ « 1 ’ i 1 r ffv 1 E f I I INTERNATIONAL CLUB FIRST ROW: Ana Rosario Wuan (Peru), Linda Olson, Tabitha Ndisi (Kenya), Joanne Daley, Maria Zevallas (Peru), Joan Le- meris (Secretary), Pat Fitzgibbon. SECOND ROW: Alexandre Eros- sard (Brazil), Bill Barras, Sue Mc- Grath, Mrs. Young (Advisor), Joyce Parlapiano, Lynn LaBrecque, Jose Arquello (El Salvador). MISS- ING FROM PICTURE: Gladys Chavez, (El Salvador), Ana Lucia Bandiera (Brazil), Bob Dojka (President). SOCIAL STUDIES LAB FIRST ROW: Lynn Banis, Joanne Stuart, Cheryl Bernard. SECOND ROW: Bill Donelan, Armand Ruby III, John Young, Bill Scales, Dave Reynolds. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Joyce Jansik, Maryann Basile, Mike Nadeau, Mark Nadeau, David Melancon, Mr. Reveruzzi (Advisor). 134 wsu SKI CLUB FIRST ROW: Bob Davis, Bob Richardson, Phil Struthers, Chris Holmes (Vice President), Jerry Muska (President), Gus Jasminski, Jim Stewart, Mark Stapleton. SEC- OND ROW: Debbie Hoctor, Denise Deauville, Linda Robideau, Sharon LaBrecque, Sue Halgas, Betty Slanetz, Cindy Brown (Secre- tary), Diane Dugre, Kim Buckley, Janet Packard, Donna Ostheimer, Karen Schneider, Donna Robinson, Mr. Bisesti (Advisor). THIRD ROW: Mr. Hodrinsky (Advisor), Chris Golek, Allison Hemphill, Mark Bernier, Mike Shea, Mike Egan, Debbie Chichester, Greg D’Vileskas, Laurie Lumsden, Erica Larson, Cindy Falkowski, Mr. Fair- wood (Advisor). NURSES AIDE Judy Rarus, Karen Scheider, Rose Preble, Phyllis Bennici, Barbara LaBreck, Debbie Dean, Joann Rob- bins, Sandy Thrift, Pam Albert, Theresa Piranian. I I FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Bill Royce, Mike Halgas, Steve Moody, Richard Nelson, Tony Cobb, Bob Pancav- age, Jim Fuller (President), Dave Brown, Don Redderoth, Richard Kurek, Mr. Pessolano (Advisor). SECOND ROW: Mrs. Lecrenski (Advisor), Mrs. Perigard (Advis- or), Mary Davis, Sandy Werner, Debbie Ferracci, Mona Albert, Denise Lescault, Mary Annis, Jill Luczai, Sharon Mulkern, Jeanneann Casarella, Marilyn Robbins, Bebbie Arsenault, Linda Misterka, Lori Maylott, Kathy Cardella, Donna Reed, Pam Moody, Frances Malin- oski. Miss Wilson (Advisor). THIRD ROW: Debbie Meek, Tina DiFranco, Sheila Sullivan, Helen Rathbun, Becky Johnson, Debbie Leathe, Sue Carr. 135 I I i DISTRIBUTED EDUCATION CLUB Miss Beargeon (Advisor). FIRST ROW —BACK TO FRONT; Pete Trinque, Tom Smyth, Debra Tourville, Pat Bar- nett, Jean Cygan, Paula Loubier, Carol Dickinson, Laurie Champion, Phyllis Poharski. SECOND ROW— BACK TO FRONT: Rob Ruffino, Jacoba Timmer- man, Rosa Rosato, D iane Maynard, Sue Locke, Keri Cady, Wanda Whaples, Diane Durfee. THIRD ROW— BACK TO FRONT: Ron Thompson, John Noland, Diane Budgen, Henry Sienko, Greg Cartier, Linda Langan, Candy Lee, Pat Nowell. I PROJECT TEACH Carolyn Mueller, Donna Potvin, David O ' Hagan, Ray Sheffer, Cheryl Haynes, Liz Menard, Mr. Rago (Advisor). 136 Senior — Laurie Dewey (Captain) Senior — Sue McGrath MAJORETTES KNEELING— Sue McGrath. BACK ROW Debbie Bjorndahl, Debbie Dubuque, Laurie Dewey, Captain; Lynn Saso, Diane Langill. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Sheryl Branchaud. WILLIAM SWEET VICKY BOND DAVID STELMAT ROBERT OTTMAN ENRICO FERMI HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT AND MARCHING BAND — ROW I: Kenneth Andrews, Jeffrey Cooper, David Stelmat, Steven Landry, Cynthia Debonis, Joseph Ricci. ROW II: Susan Bouchard, William Sweet, Kathleen Duren, Stana Kozlovich, Christopher Beaudoin, Deborah Stelmat, Carey Rackliffe, Vicky Thibodeau, Sheryl Gracewski, Thomas Coughlin, Armand Ruby III, Vicky Bond. ROW III: April Percoski, Robert Jones, Robert Ottman, Thomas Buchanan, Richard Johnson, Arthur Edgar, Gary Dumas, Richard Sevarino, Donald Whiteway, Paul Faille, David Wilber, Jeffrey Demetrion, Elaine Gentile, David Stock, Mathew Legault, Michael Locklear, Mark Legault. ROW IV: Clark Howell, Mark Parlapiano, Mark Washburn, Alfred Bouchard, Robert DellaRocco, Robert Steiger, Steven Wilcox, Thomas Piorek, Theresa DesRosiers, Mr. John Mariano, Kathleen Ruby, Nalani Kupau, Theresa Callahan, Princess Ringland, Ralph Martin, William Royce. MICHAEL LOCKLEAR THOMAS PIOREK THOMAS COUGHLIN CLARK HOWELL 1 just love a parade. Don ' t you, John? STAGE BAND — ROW i: Robert Ottman, David Stock, Mathew Legault, Ralph Martin, Joseph Ricci, Mark Legault, Elaine Gentile, ROW 11: Thomas Buchanan, Richard Sevarino, Richard Johnson, David Wilber, Jeffrey Demetrion, Donald Whiteway, David Stelmat, Kenneth Andrews, Robert Jones, Jeffrey Cooper. ROW III: Mr. John Mariano, Theresa DesRosiers, Clark Howell, Thomas Piorek. OFFICERS — William Sweet, President; Susan Bouchard, Librarian; William Royce, Vice President; Robert Ottman, Treasurer; April Percoski, Librarian; Princess Ringland, Secretary; Mr. John Mariano, Director. Thiiik big, work hard, and have a dream!” LAMPLIGHTERS ? H r i FIRST ROW— KNEELING: Bob Jones, Bob Ottman, Kenny Andrews, Bill Sweet, Bill Royce, Dave Stock, Bill Donelan, Armand Ruby 111. SECOND ROW: Diane Luty, May Percowski, Sue Bellefleur, Debbie Akerlind, Donna Cote, Terry Callanan, Terry Desrosiers, Maureen McKeown, Princess Ringland. THIRD ROW: Clark Howell, A1 Kimiotek, Mrs. Tober (Advisor), Sue The motto of the Lamplighters, Fermi’s resident dra- matic group, is ' Think big, work hard, and have a dream!” After a major season of four dramatic productions last year, the Lamplighters decided to experience another facet of theater, the musical. The search was on for a musical which had a large cast, fine music, and that would fully utilize Fermi’s large stage. All of these qualities are found in their choice of Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s Cote. Kim Buckley, Pat Misiewicz, Cindy Debonis, Beth San- tanella, Elaine Gentile, Carey Radkliffe, Patty Fitzgibbon, A1 Bouchard. FOURTH ROW: Kim Kelleher, Vicky Thibodeau, Katy Mallay, Cindi Labutis, Diane Levy, Celest Gould. FIFTH ROW: Debbie Bradley, Nora Joyce, Kathy Hadlow, Corrine Cyranowicz. musical classic, " Oklahoma!” Combining the talents of both Fermi and Enfield High Schools, the Lamplighters have captured the essence and color of the Oklahoma homestead. The play promises to be a memorable experience for both cast and audience and yet another example of the spirit and dedication of the students and advisors involved. Mil Hi 141 DF8Bie ? 0. 0 |jl tyc. uo-ro,»3i L . Rot) ' «® ' ' " y ' y ' V« ' fl9 ' TOd 0 ' C(2 uyye l I I I I Most Athletic Boy and Girl Sean McKeown and Laurie Lumsden Class Flirt and Class Cassanova Denise Lescault and Gerry Muska CLASS T A T I S T I C S 1973 Most Studious Patricia Misieiwicz Class Scientist Gary Freed I. 144 I ' Class Clown Mark Lavaway Most Talkative Mary Chase Best Dressed Boy and Girl Rob Ruffino and Micheline Pelletier Class Mathematician Terry O’Toole Class Artist Scott Duncan Class Couple Fran Malinoski and Jim Fuller Most Cheerful Person Rose Duzik Best All Around Debbie Triolo and Sean McKeown Most Class Spirit Sean McKeown and Kathy Casper Most Likely To Succeed Patricia Misieiwicz and Seth Seidel A I i I i I Class Photographer Tom Piorek Class Musician Bill Sweet Class Devil Gordy Duggan Class Angel Donna Cimino I Class Actress and Actor Shyest Person Patricia Misieiwicz and Bill Donelan Steve Horstemeyer I 147 I ! Who would ever guess I I I i I 1 I ! 1. Jane Brophy 2. Dave Stock 3. Keri Cady 4. Iris Stein 5. Janet Resnickoff 6. Sue McGrath 7. Carol Maloney 8. Rita Rose 9. Janice LaGrow 10. Debbie Dean 11. Sandy Cummings 12. Sam Nigro 13. Mike Laurie Arnold 14. Lori Corning 15. Ronnie Shelton 16. Debbie Wilcox 1 ' . Sue Suizdak 18. Bill Vreeland 19. Cindi Trapanese 20. Bill Sweet 21. Jeri Babut 22. Cindi Labutis 23 . Cheryle Sharon Ferguson 24. Karen Hanrahan 25. Tom Wells 26 . Mark O’Connell 27. Bill Classen 28. Bill Cormier 29. Kathy Casper 30. Lynn Banis 31 . Helen Rathbun 32 . Eric Kurish 33 . Colleen Henry 34. Sandy Kantor 35. Tina DiFranco 36 . Debbie Leathe 37. Joni Snyder 38. Denise Malone 39. Kathy Dunton 40. Pam Moody 41. Brad Brodtman V i ' 1 1 ! V- Jll mmlAIJ 1 J u ■ a 1 ! 6 : — 1 ■iP •- i 148 we would turn out so well . . . i VI [■ f m A r [ PHI 1 - -n m 1 -lit 1 ] i 9 a Jj W 1. Darrell Elliott 2. Debbie Amprimo 3. Debbie Ferracci 4. Peggy Tevald 5. Jayne Dickinson 6. Rose Duzik 7. Michelene Pelletier 8. Linda Langan 9. Maryanne Schack 10. Fran Malinoski 11. Jim Fuller 12. Debbie Dustin 13. Patty Nowell 14. Phyllis Poharski 15. Liz Cormier 16. Donna Cimino 1“ . Toni Delgreco 18. Mo Connor 19. Denise Lescault 20. Laurie Lumsden 21. Eileen Pieper 22. Melissa Oase 23. Cathy Muratori 24. Debbie Triolo 25. Tom Sloane 26. Gordy Duggan 27. Terri Piranian 28. Sandy Werner 29. Laurie Dewey 30. Don Sheak 31. Mona Abert 32. Pete Basile 33. Brian Buck 34. Rich Desroisers 35. Pat Cannata 36. Penny Ferris 37. Janet Packard 38. Judy Maggio 39. A1 Bouchard 40. Debbie Doreen Hoctor 41. Rich Grace 42. Debbie Schwengel 43. Erica Larson 44. Barb Noonan 45. Donna Black 46. Debbie Perrier 47. Rose Battaro 149 January 27, 1973 Elmcrest Country Club Memories are Made of This Host and Hostess Jim Fuller and Fran Malinoski Head ’em up! Move ’em out! lead the Grand March. Gee, 1 like your flowers. Bill. Whistle while you . . . 150 UMI n I l| I I John Blanchfield and Corie Cormier Bobby Kelleher and Laurie Jerome i t Host and hostess Dan Hayden and Laurie Dewey chat with Mr. Torre. Ken DiFranco and Phyliss Christmas enjoying their evening. Mike Kennedy and Mary Lombardo lead the group back on to the dance floor. Lets Stay Together :■ I May 6, 1972 Chez Josef j’ ii j ? I h ii ! i.. n i l| The Grand March. Acknowledgements The Traces staff extends its sincerest thanks to: Mr. Anthony Torre, Principal Mr. Ralph Cerrato, Housemaster Mr. Richard Kisiel, Housemaster Mrs. Barbara Perigard with special thanks for her help and support in the Sponsor section. Mrs. Ceil Evans Mrs. Nancy Kalwa Mrs. Lillian Schulthess Mrs. Ann Madsen Mrs. Irene Boewinski Miss Mary Falbo for the use of their typewriters, telephones, paper cutters, and the intercom. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown for extending deadlines beyond all limits. Mrs. Jane Docker Mr. Robert Foley for the use of art supplies. Steve Urbon for taking special colored pictures. Michael Ryan Morris Landry for the photography team that was always there when we needed them. Donnie Wells for his special help in the Faculty Section. Custodians for putting up with our " saves” on the blackboard in room 326 . For yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a vision hut today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope These five concise and very meaningful lines have provided the theme for our 1973 Yearbook, Traces. We have attempted to compile in one minute col- lection all our memorable years at Enrico Fermi High. It is our sincere hope that all of yesterday’s visions, as well as those of today, will be relived in the future as you once again retrace your steps through these pages of the past. To the members of the staff, a simple thank-you from the two of us, for no one can possibly conceive the months of thought, work, and sheer dedication that was so unselfishly given by each of you in order to produce a work that all can be proud of. And finally to our Advisor, Miss Nancy Koplin, who didn’t lead us by the hand as some advisors do, but was always there when we needed her. You allowed us to construct the yearbook ourselves, enabling us to experience the disappointments and rewards that resulted from our efforts. Thank you. Editors Kathy Casper Debbie Triolo FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Piorek (photo- grapher), Tommy Wells (Art Editor), Mark O’Connell (Assistant Art Editor), Bill Classen (Sports Editor), Bill Cormier (Assistant Sports Editor). SECOND ROW: Mark Washburn (photographer), Carol Maloney, Lynn Banis, Karen Zebrowski, Colleen Henry (Facutly Editor), Rose Duzik (Activity Editor), Cindy Labutis. THIRD ROW: Iris Stein (Secretary), Jayne Dickinson (Candid Editor), Eileen Galligan (Assistant Faculty Editor), Joan Snyder (Senior Section Editor), Betty Jenkins (Assistant Senior Section Editor). BACK ROW: Debbie Triolo (co-editor). Miss Nancy Koplin (Advisor), Kathy Casper (co-editor), MISSING FROM PHOTO, Janet Cannone. Congratulations Seniors NOW COME ON IN TO YOUR KIND OF PLACE Now in two Locations 385 Enfield Street 97 Elm Street TRY OUR NEW QUARTER-POUNDER Compliments of BRAINARD and AHRENS INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE " Best Wishes " From Enfield Wallpaper Paint Co. 401 ENFIELD STREET ENFIELD, CONN. Best Wishes Seniors FROM KELLER OIL CO. 513 ENFIELD 92 Pearl Street, Enfield, Conn. Phone 745-2417 and also 101 Suffield Street, Suffield, Conn Phone 668-2328 " we ' re hard at work for you " " Good Luck Seniors " Compliments MAC ' S DRIVE-IN Rt. 190 West StafFord, Conn. 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FRONT END SERVICE 79 Enfield Street HOME OF THE BIG BOY HAZARDVILLE PHARMACY 337 Hazard Ave. Enfield, Conn. ' ' 24-HOUR PRESCRIPTION CALL SERVICE " Phone 749-8769 (Automatic Recorder) 1 160 Senior Steve Hendrickson Senior Tom Quai Senior Larry Figella Senior Bill Classen Senior Bill Cormier Quail ' s single beats Enfield 4-3 Senior Bob Gracewski FRONT ROW; Manager John Pare, Mike Daly, Jerry Lepore, Mike Rick Skizewski, Vance Sawamura, Rick Marks, Dan Guilmette, Bill Scavatto, Matt Mailman, Carl Scavatto, Glen Marinelli, Chris Holmes. Petronella, Mike Drennen, Steve Sibley. Tony Leno, Coach Joe Nuccio. BACK ROW: Tim Dube, Jim Stuart, 4 X GIRLS’ SOFTBALL 1973 The girls had a remarkably successful season as they compiled a PERFECT 12-0 record and became the first team in Fermi history to go undefeated. This feat was truly amazing in light of the fact that there were seven sophomores on the team and only one senior. Laurie Lumsden will of course be missed, but the team will remain in good shape for next year with eight of nine starters returning. Despite some one-sided games, going undefeated was not an easy accomplishment. As the season pro- gressed the pressure mounted and the emotional strain was added to by several very close games in which the girls had to come from behind. These games were a real test for their poise and the outcomes reflected their never-dying winning attitude. Highlights of the season would include the 11-5 and 13-10 victories over Enfield and a 17-0 no-hit game pitched by Donna Teske against Windsor Locks in the final game of the season. SENIOR LAURIE LUMSDEN COACH CAROL ALBERT RECORD 12 wins — 0 losses Fermi 12 Simsbury 2 Fermi 12 Bloomfield 6 Fermi 24 Bloomfield 6 Fermi 8 ■Windsor Lotks 2 Fermi 18 South Windsor 0 Fermi 16 East Granby 12 Eermi 11 Enfield 5 Fermi 38 South Windsor 2 Fermi 10 Simsbury 6 Fermi 9 East Granby 8 Fermi 13 Enfield 10 Fermi 17 Windsor Locks 0 ENRICO FERMI HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS ' SOFTBALL TEAM— KNEELING: Dottie Desjardin, Diane Teske, Sharon LaBrecque, Debbie Hanscomb, Donna Teske, Sheila Lee, and Sharon Benoit. STANDING: Gayle Hutchinson, Debbie Bourque, Sue Classen, Lynn Gangone, Bea Pieper, Debbie Carson, Laurie Lumsden and Lynn Delay. A Successful Season 5 TRACK 73 RECORD 7 wins 3 lost Fermi 94 Springfield Tech 46 Fermi 67 Windsor Locks 76 Fermi 72 Avon 73 Fermi 92 Lee 52 Fermi 50 North Catholic 93 Fermi 104 Suffield 41 Fermi 75 Enfield High 70 Fermi 85 E.O. Smith 60 Fermi 104 Ellington 40 Fermi 89 East Windsor 51 Asst. Coach Steve Ross, Co-Captains Dan Hayden, Mark Leone, Head Coach Bob Lengyel Darrell hangs up there Only one more time STEVE HORSTMEYER Dave Dragone " My wig fell off” SCHOOL RECORD HERE WE COME! TRACK TEAM 1973— FIRST ROW: Rich Kurek, Ed Daly, Steve Horstmeyer, Darrell Elliot, Dan Hayden, Bob Pancavage and manager Linda Rabideau. SECOND ROW: Steve Moody, Dan Regan, Joe Traczynski, Bob Stauble, Dave Dragone, Tony Giovanetti and Keith Boccaccio, THIRD ROW: Jim Gavin, Mike Tarnowicz, Pete Lanagna, Mike Jones, Chuckie Breslin, Jim Krajewski, Jerry Flanagan and Greg Boyajian. FOURTH ROW: Mike Shea, Joe Vossen, Bill Moore, John Koperniak, Joe Drennen, John Fenner and Chris Golec. Missing from picture: George Marinella, manager Mike Metta, Don Giguere, Mark Leone, Mark Parlapiano, John Loubier, Gary Freed, Carl Violette, Gary Miller, and Eldon- Wallen. Sprinter Mark Leone Triple-jumper dAN HAYDEN CARL VIOLETTE I Bob Pancavage SENIORS: Ed Daly, Rich Kurek, Darrell Elliot, Steve Horstmeyer, Dan Hayden and Bob Pancavage. Long-jumper EUGENE .SCHLATZ ■Yip -ee-oo-ii-aa! ' Oklahoma” backstage and onstage " I cain’t say no.” " Can I come too, Curly. I just love the way you handle horses.” ” ' Ow about dis babee?” " I got to Kansis City on a Friday. ' " Go, Granny!” " The farmer and the cowman should be friends. " we never walked alone. " Pore Jud is dead.” ‘About how far did you want to go, Ali?” The Class of 73 journeys to our SENIOR WASHIHGTON GETTYSBURG WILLIAMSBURG ahish country $25 DEPOSIT DUE FINAL PAYMENT MAR 23 Where ' s that bottle of aspirin? nation’s capital. Richard Nixon slept here. R)r1ra° V z”V ar 2c Or - isox a SAo bfi(r V V V»o «.S wriii2« ysX- sjv-V: oS SA cars AoNnkO.a’T SN aVvA S- c ?c.V. «Vo 5r w„T o o V 4Lr rooYv Rjt «G«D?r (Q YV ' vx cNc V«atA 4or ai(»-H9 r Q Vvook 2 ' OY V oinOT - OT nomcrovS xcA rctet ?»x5lWi. Yrv«.r A S S o i v-»-VS‘Vo rooY Yv Cv. r " a.w " VA " tAarcc, noVc : a -assaS Orsa Qi stY a c oo®, (lMCc «nc» o ar i ao o S JO rci$ mcx Y Xor -SokVw ' fi ‘xc V atr A(2jroV. WA vji ' Q.A oyn p xilk Jor VoUfro «)rv rc aT» J J C2V o vc ’ " , ' SR lih«i mil I III I ii } whatJuay to Goi " 1975 ” CLASS HISTORY Come with me for a while and let ' s review a past of wonderful and rewarding experiences of the Class of 1973. " 73 ” means something new and rewarding. It was the opening of our new school, Enrico Fermi High. Mr. Anthony Torre was appointed principal in the Spring of 1970, our freshman year. Fermi students chose blue, black and white for the school colors and the falcon as the mascot. However, the construction of the new school was plagued by inclement weather and labor problems and in June, 1970, it was announced that the school opening would be delayed and double sessions would be held at the Enfield High School. During our sophomore year, the flame of knowledge was inten- sified. During late October forms were placed in the main office for those interested in running for class officers. The sophomore candidates for office were: President, Nalani Kupau, Norm Charest, Alan Pira, Donald Sheak, and Robert Vella. Vice President, Sue Moryto, Mona Abert and Patricia Misiewicz. Secretary, Melissa Oase, Ellen Malley, and Liz Cormier, Treasurer, Gary Freed and Phyllis Bennici. Director of Activities, Cheryl Crowley and Sheila Hughes. Class Historian, Barbara Smyth, Kathleen Karat, and Laurie Dewey. On November 9, assemblies were held for the intro- duction of the candidates. At the assembly a debate was held on questions concerning the philosophy of the school. On November 10, the candidates were elected in the homerooms. To lead us in our activities for the year were: Don Sheak, Pres- ident; Sue Moryto, Vice President; Melissa Oase, Secretary; Phyllis Bennici, Treasurer; Cheryl Crowley, Director of Activities. Class Historian, a position which is maintained for three years, was Laurie Dewey. Well, we were now set. Plans had to be made for money-making projects. Boy, did we come up with some ideas. Remember the car wash which turned out quite well. It was held behind the Food Mart and it was pretty cold for washing cars. Everyone had a good time. Maybe we didn’t get all the spots off the cars, but we tried. I bet you remember that first candy sale — peanut crunch, and chocolate covered mints; now how about one of each? The sale went very well; so well in fact that it is paying for our caps and gowns. Remember our first football team. No Senior players ! This did not stop us. Instead of playing junior varsity teams, our Falcons went full force, as hard as they could against more experienced varsity teams. In spite of the odds they went out and played some good games. I ' ll bet you football players remember playing Putnam, Plainfield and especially McCann, the highlight of the football season. Arousing school spirit for the great football team was Colleen Henry, a member of the varsity cheerleading squad for three years; Advised by Miss Fonseca. We certainly can’t forget our first soccer team coached by Mr. Batista or our basketball team coached by Mr. Shea and Mr. Snipe. Our first baseball team was coached by Mr. Ryzcek and Mr. Nuccio. Our track team, coached by Mr. Ross, did an excellent job which was probably due to their getting up early in the morning and training while most of us were sleeping. We didn’t have our own school yet, but the name Fermi High spread quickly in the area of athletics. We knew we were a school then. There were many in school and after school activities such as film study program, and our school paper. The Voice, advised by Mr. Raymond. Remember our small band during our sophomore year, followed by the twirling majorettes and color guard. We also had a group of girls who backed up the cheerleaders and they were known as the Pep Squad. Teacher’s Aid was another morning ‘activity where students volunteered to help the elementary schools several mornings each week. There was a tennis club for girls and we played tennis if and when the courts were free. Literay Magazine was an exciting after school activity where collections of selected short stories, essays, poems, and narratives and other forms of contemporary literature were compiled and sold in the form of a little booklet. The advisor of this activity was Miss Mackley. For some lucky students there was a trip during the spring vaca- tion, to London, England. Many places of historical interest were visited. We’ll never forget our Yearbook Staff advised by Miss Koplin. Remember the production, " South Pacific”, which the Lamp- lighters presented — it was a great success! Yes, our Sophomore year went by quickly and we found that our class account contained $1,050 a little peanut brittle. Our Junior year arrived and we finally were to enter our " real home,” Enrico Fermi High School. Chosen Class Officers this year were President, Don Sheak; Vice President, Phyllis Bennici; Secretary Pat Nowell; Treasurer, Theresa Piranian; Director of Activities, Cheryl Crowley. We began making money quickly by selling Nestle’s Candy Bars. We were great at that. We ate so much candy there was no room for lunch. We were great that year in sports too — the teams were bigger and better. Girls’ sports and a swim team were added to the sports program. Our band now consisted of thirty members and they did a fantastic job during half time shows and concerts. Our Junior Prom, " Let’s Stay Together, " was a night to remem- ber. It was held at Chez Josef on May 5. Host and Hostess Dan Hayden and Laurie Dewey greeted each couple and led the grand march. That year the Lamplighters presented the " Glass Menagerie”, " A Man Called Paine”, and " An Evening With The Masters”. We can’t forget Dedication Day for our new school. There were ceremonies and a parade. Other activities also going on included The Ski Club and Powder Puff Football, in which the sophomores and juniors played flag football against the seniors and killed them. The low point was the loss to the Enfield High Powder Puff Team. For the academically talented student we had our National Honor Society. For the sports-minded girl, there was the Girls’ Athletic Association which raised money for scholarships and for special projects. That’s where you got your school pennants! F.B.L.A. was another important school club centering around activities in the business field. Our last project of the year was the Senior Farewell Prom under the leadership of Miss Russo. We made " Never Can Say Goodbye” a truly memorable evening for the Class of ”72”. Host and Hostess for the evening were Dan Hayden and Laurie Dewey. Crowned King and Queen were Wayne Gowdy and Roxanne May. As all things must, our junior year came to an end. All in all, it was a very good year. During the summer we sent Daniel Hayden and Donald Sheak to Nutmeg Boys’ State at the University of Connecticut while Laurie Dewey represented us at Laurel Girls’ State. 14 Do you remember receiving your appointment card in the mail for senior class pictures? Yes, time was getting short — just one more year of school ! We entered our Senior year with the enlightenment of experience. Again class elections were held. Terry O’Toole was elected President; Dan Hayden, Vice President; Sue Surprise served as secretary until she moved in November at which time Patricia Nowell took over the responsibilities; Phyllis Bennici, treasurer; Sue fcGrath, Director of Activities. By now, the players on the football field were very familiar to us. Seniors included: Co-captains, Darrell Elliott, Bill Cormier, Sean McKeown, and Ken Bourque. Other Seniors were Brad Brodt- man. Bill Classen, Jim Fuller, Dan Gallo, Dan Hayden, Steve Horstmeyer, Mark Leone, Armand Ruby III, Ron Shelton, Carl Violette, Tom Wells, Paul Blier and Gerry Muska were team managers. Cheering them on from the sidelines were senior cheerleaders Colleen Henry, Fran Malinoski, and Beth Santanella. We had a great swim team this past year — Falfins had a winning season 13-4. Seniors included: Jim Fuller, Dan Hayden, Mike Martin, Mike Halgas, Steve Crouse, and Don Sheak, Captain. On the basketball court were Senior Captains Sean McKeown and Ken Bourque, also Armand Ruby III, Mike Kennedy, Carl Violette, Gary Zera, Rich Grassette, Larry Figella, Mark Scavotto. Senior girls on the basketball team were Captain Debbie Courtemanche, Laurie Lumsden, Tabitha Ndisi, Janet Packard, and Carolyn Mayo. Our Senior winter prom, " Memories Are Made of This,” was held at the Elmcrest Country Club. Host and Hostess Jim Fuller and Fran Malinoski welcomed each couple. The Drama Club had already begun rehearsing their performance of " Oklahoma,” Rodgers and Hammerstein’s American Musical. Senior members included: Bill Donelan, Armand Ruby III, Bill Sweet, Celeste Gould, Pat Misiewicz, David Stock, Beth Santanella, Cindy Labutis, Nora Joyce, and Clark Howell. Covering the bases for Fermi during the baseball season were Captains Ken Bourque and Sean McKeown, Bill Classen, Larry Figella, Bob Graczewski, Steve Hendrickson, Tom Quail, Armand Ruby III, Tom Wells and Gary Zera. The softball team had an undefeated season assisted by senior Laurie Lumsden, first baseman. Track and Field, coached by Mr. Lengyel ended their season with 7 wins, 3 losses. Seniors included: Captains, Dan Hayden and Mark Leone, also Ed Daly, Darrell Elliott, Gary Freed, Steve Horstmeyer, Rich Kurek, Bob Pancavage, Eugene Shaltz, and Carl Violette. We paid tribute to Mr. Connors as we dedicated the Yearbook to him. As you remember, the first week of November brought news that Mr. Connors, Vice-Principal, would leave Fermi to accept a position as principal in Bellingham, Massachusetts. Realizing how much his guidance, advice and friendliness would be missed, several students organized an assembly to express our appreciation for all that he had done during our three years at Fermi. A few months passed, and Mr. Cerrato entered the building as our new Vice Principal, which made Mr. Kisiel very happy. " Traces”, our Yearbook, is in many ways the most irnpressive and exciting school publication. Behind the scenes in room A326 the staff works long and hard to record all our activities perma- nently. Money-making ideas were brought up again during class meet- ings of officers. We’ll never forget selling magazine subscriptions. Then, before we knew it, we were planning for the Class Trip to Washington, Pennsylvania, Williamsburg; that was an exciting week with Uncle Tony and Uncle Rev. Our most successful class project was the senior variety show, " What A Way To Go ”. Opening the show were M.C.’s Tony Rarus and Kerrie Rudolph. Highlighting the show were Armand Ruby and Bill Donelan, Ron Shelton, Judy Maggio, Laurie Dewey, Steve Horstmeyer and Bob Vella in his bikini. But, we won’t ever forget the constipated caterpillar and the twelve years of school. Some Dew, Yoga Class, Jackson 5, and the coed football skits. We give our special thanks to Miss Koplin and Mary Davis. Before we knew it, the time was drawing near. Valedictorian Patricia A. Misiewicz and Salutatorian Armand Ruby III were selected according to scholastic grades. The Third Annual Sports Banquet was sponsored by the Fermi Boosters Club. And now we’re here! — Class Night Remember Homecoming Day, Saturday, November 11? Cere- monies began at eleven thirty with a parade from Hazardville Center to the school. Students, alumni, faculty, administration and town officials were present. The football game was against New Britain’s Pulaski High School. That night there was a Homecoming Dance with Image as entertainment. Our football team was now sporting a 4-5 record. Then came that Big Day — Thanksgiving. The football game against Enfield on the cross town rival’s home field. I think I forgot the score. No, I do remember that we let them win with a score of 0-23. The soccer team did a terrific job this year and seniors included: Co-captains, Ray Aleskwicz and Jack Carey, Larry Figella, Mark O’Connell, Thomas Quail, John Sheehan, Peter Anderson and Robert Richardson. We can’t ignore girls’ sports. Their record was equal to or even a little better than the boys’ record. Our girls’ field hockey team did a tremendous job with seven wins, one loss, and one tie. Senior Co-captain was Laurie Lumsden, also Debbie Courtemanche, Eileen Pieper, Carolyn Mayo, Barbara Noonan, Janet Packard, Sue Giguere, and Tina DiFranco. The girls ' swim team in its first season did very well also. Congratulations and good luck to our Senior Erica Larson. Majorettes, Color Guard and Band performed in an outstanding fashion this year in parades, home concerts and exchange concerts. Senior majorettes include: Captain Laurie Dewey, Sue McGrath; Color Guard, Debbie Gallo; Band President Bill Sweet, Treasurer, Bob Ottman, also Vicky Bond, A1 Bouchard, Tom Buchanan, Tom Coughlin, Clark Howell, Nalani Kapau, Mike Locklear, April Percoski, Tom Piorek, Armand Ruby III, Dave Stelmat and David Stock. Our Farewell Prom is Saturday June 16th and Graduation takes place June 20th. Well, Seniors, we’re packing up three years of knowledge and memories and setting out to encounter new experi- ences and opportunities. It’s going to be really hard to leave Fermi; We’ll never see many of our friends again in the years ahead and the wonderful experiences that happen only in high school are forever behind us. Yes . . . Graduation is near for the Class Class of " 73 ”. About 370 seniors will have treasured memories when that last day arrives. They will never return as students to the place where they have spent time and energy that has placed them in the graduation class of 1973. We couldn’t do it without a superb class, a great faculty and a top administration. The year 1973 will be long remembered by Enrico Fermi High School. Well, here it is, the end, and yet this is when and where it all begins. Thank you. Laurie Dewey, Class Historian ”1973” 15 " We, the class of 1973, wish to dedicate our book to Mr. Timothy Patrick Connors.” ' My mother made me say it !’ Special thanks were given to Tabitha. Steve Horstmeyer was presented with a new zipper to play with. While Brad Brodtman received a key to the girls’ room. Good catch. Laurie. I CLASS NIGHT Chez Josef June 13, 1973 And to our " Jewish American Princess”, we gave Joe Namath. Dan Hayden was acknowledged as the class ' ' Best Breaststroker’ with a rate of . . . per minute. Our special appreciation was shown to Mr. Kisiel and Mr. Cerrato by our gifts of silver mugs. Time it was, And what a time it was, It was . . . A time of innocence, A time of confidences. Long ago . . . it must be .. . I have a photograph. Preserve your memories. They’re all that’s left you. Simon Garfunkel Ken Bourque, Gary Zera, and Tom ' ' X ' ells met the requirements for Nurse ' s Aides. (At least three periods per day in the Nurse ' s Office. ) Line up for your official Pessalano autograph. Pat and Armand received awards for their scholastic ability? Renewing old friendships. f Valedictorian Pat Misiewicz GRADUATIOM June 20, 1973 . . . The butterfly, that beautiful symbol of free- dom, can break from its own cocoon and fly to any corner of the world without considering anything but its own survival. It needn ' t be concerned with busing, the arms race, abortion, or any other issues. As indi- viduals, we can choose not to be concerned with these major issues and ignore the responsibilities connected with the freedoms we enjoy, but wouldn’t we in effect be reversing the butterfly’s metamorphosis and weav- ing our own little cocoon ? Will our individual freedoms as parents, teachers, administrators, and graduates be that of the butterfly’s cocoon or of flight into awareness of responsibility? — Excerpt from the Valedictory Address of Patricia Misiewicz High honor graduates Pomp and circumstance " I’ll meet you in the parking lot! " And bringing up the rear . . . Dr. Louis Mager, superintendent of En- field schools thoroughly enjoyed gradua- tion " Help! My cap won’t stay on!” Our friendships we will hold We will remember our days at Fermi High Terry O ' Toole presents the class gift High honor student Seth Seidel receives his diploma from Mr. McWha Ours was a class of many talents " Congratulations !” Contemplating new horizons " Gee Lynn, suddenly I ' m all choked up! " Looking to the future . . . Now that they’re gone . am not afraid of tomor- row for I have seen yester- day and Hove today William Allen White Designated as Departmental Scholars were Joanne Stuart, English and Social Science Depart- ments; William Sweet, Science Department; Patricia Misiewicz, Mathematics Department; Deborah Schwengel, Foreign Language and Family Living and Consumer Education Depart- ments; Scott Duncan, Art Department; Phillip Bauckman, Industrial Education Department; Clark Howell, Music Department; Sheila Sullivan, Business I epartment; and Laureen Lumsden, Physical Education Department. I MOISTEN CLUE AND STICK IN BOOK — LET BOOK SET FOR ONE HOUR BE SURE GLUE IS MOISTENED EVENLY As u e set forth our paths, Through all our coming years Remembering the past The laughter and the tears Looking to the future And to the years gone by Then we will remember Our days at Fermi High Although we may be varied In our abilities and goals When memories are long buried Our friendships we will hold Reaching out to others To help us find our way We will be inspired by all Our dreams of yesterday Traces Supplement 1973 BOTTOM ROW: Steve Hendrickson, Armand Ruby III, Tom Quail, Fran Burke, Jim Madson, Larry Jones, Steve Sibley, Larry Figella Gary Zera, Coach Gene Ryczek. SECOND ROW: Tom Wells, Bob TOP ROW: John Theofilies, Mark Cunningham, Brian Hallenbeck Graczewski, Bill Cormier, Bill Classen, Ken Bourque. THIRD ROW: Rick DeVeau, Manager Ken Christenson. COACH GENE RYCZEK 11 wins 4 losses Fermi 2 Fermi 2 Fermi 5 Fermi 7 Fermi 4 Fermi 5 Fermi 6 Fermi 7 Fermi 2 Fermi 2 Fermi 3 Fermi 14 Fermi 8 Fermi 2 Fermi 0 Just when you have a team where you want it, graduation wipes it out. I was very proud to coach this 1973 Falcon baseball team, and I’m not saying this because the team ha d a winning season. A good team plays and wins, a better team plays together and wins, but the best team plays together on the field and are teammates off the field. The 1973 Falcons were the " best” team Enfield has seen in a long time. Best of Luck to my graduating seniors and may you win every game 4-3 in extra innings. Coach Gene Ryczek East Hartford 4 Northwest Catholic 7 Suffield 3 Earmington 2 Enfield 3 Pulaski 3 Northwest Catholic 0 Pulaski . 3 Suffield 4 East Hartford 0 Farmington 0 Woodrow Wilson 0 Woodrow Wilson 3 Manchester 0 Stamford Catholic 5 Senior Capt. Ken Bourque Senior Capt. 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