Fermi High School - Traces Yearbook (Enfield, CT)

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ArxCE DEPART vlENT p FERiVil HIGH SCHOOL NO TH MAPLE STREET i-.g t 1 ft 2 CONTENTS Opening 4 Faculty and Administration 14 Seniors 36 Sports 96 Activities and Candids 136 Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has courage to lose sight of the shore. -Andre Gide DEDICA TION We, the class of 1975, dedicate this book to Mr. Peter Stasz- ko, a man who has consistently devoted his life to educating the youth of Enfield. In the classroom Mr. Staszko’s very spe- cial ability for learning and growing with his students left memorable impressions on all he taught. His warm-hearted personality, coupled with the experience and guidance he shared, has earned him unfailing respect from fellow teachers, parents, and students alike. Upon his retirement in June 1974, Mr. Staszko reached a milestone of 39 years in the teaching profession. In honoring him we acknowledge his many contri- butions and wish him many years of happiness ahead. “Live for something. Do good and leave be- hind you a monument of virtue that the storm of time can never destroy. Write your name in kindness .. .on the hearts of thou- sands you come in contact with each year; you will never be forgotten.” Chalmers 6 A TRIBUTE TO . . . Mr. Ralph Cerrato who greatly assisted our class as the administrative advisor during our junior year. We are thankful for the time, hard work, and suggestions that pointed us toward a successful senior year and a memorable time at Fermi High. Mrs. Carol Albert, former physical education teacher and coach a ' Fermi, who was fundamental to the growth of girls’ interscholastic sports, bringing statewide recognition to our school and developing high stand- ards of performance and spirit among her players. Mr. Richard Kisiel, former housemaster, who guided many of our students and aided us in a variety of student activities. His enthusiasm, efficiency and involvement will long be remembered. . . Dr. Franklin Gross who is the man responsible for the progressive curriculum in our Social Studies Department. He has been instrumen- tal to the development of the Lamplighters Drama group, and is the advisor to the nationally recognized Fermi ‘76 bicentennial program. “You can inspire in youth a love of knowledge, and make all its avenues look delight- ful. You can unlock the books, which are treasure houses of human wisdom, and give them a golden key ... You can create a love of investigation and give it direction. Y ou can enlarge the knowledge of the people in common things and thus lay the foun- dation of common sense.” Dr. Seaman A. Knapp 7 It is chance that makes brothers, but hearts that make friends. - Von Geibel 9 L The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man’s foot long enough to enable him to put the other some- what higher. - Thomas Henry Huxley The woods were made for the hunter of dreams. - Walter Foss 13 1 All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves: we must die to one , life before we can enter into another. - Anatole France ADMINISTRA TION Mr. Mario A. Gentile Principal Mr. Raymond H. Marr Red House Housemaster ENRICO FERMI HIGH SCHOOL 124 North Maple Street Enfield, Connecticut 06082 arm A. I’rinripal To the Graduating Class of 1975 In bidding farewell to you of the class of 1975, I hope you depart with fond and lasting memories of Feinni High School, ready and eager to meet the new challenges which await you. We will miss your laughter and enthusiasm for life, but we will recognize your spirit in the lives of other students whose leaders and examples you have been. As you enter one of the many crossroads in your life, keep alive the memories from Fermi High School, but meet the future with great anticipation and self confidence. On life ' s journey may you always look up, keeping your eyes on the good, pure, and honest, while striving to rid the world of hatred, poverty and apathy. Take time to discover the happiness within yourselves instead of chasing the elusive excitement that keeps itself just out of reach. Give your ambition and dedication to each task you put your hand to, and success will be yours. Best wishes for a prosperous future. Mario A. Gentile Principal Seated From Left To Right: Mrs. Phyllis Bouchard, Mr. William M. McWha(Chairman), Mrs. Antoinette Strom, Standing From Left To Right: Mr. Bernard Gordon, Mr. Charles Duren, Mr. Robert Berger, Mr. Dale Thayer, Mr. John Gilhooly, (Missing From Picture) Mr. Paul M. Gaylor. DR. LOUIS MAGER Superintendent MR. ANTHONY TORRE Assistant Superintendent BOARD OF EDUC A TION MRS. CATHERINE W. WARREN Guidance Chairman G VIDA NCE The Enrico Fermi Guidance Department’s primary objective is to offer services to the stu- dents. The school counselor assists students with educational and vocational planning along with the opportunity to discuss personal plans for the present and the future as well. The guidance of- fice also furnishes information about the world of work, educational programs and agencies which supplement the services of the school. Standing: Mr. David Shea. Mr. Arhtur Benoit. Seated: Mr. David Wing, Mrs. Catherine Warren, Mr. Malcolm Davis. 19 CAFETERIA STAEF — • m j m CUSTODIAL STAEE Custodial Staff: Robert LaTaille, Beatrice lulo, Anthony Cardarella, Earl Johnson, Roffaile Fiore, Raymond Ludwin, Ray- mond Burgess, Herman Cormier, Aloy- sius Nyerick. Mr. Robert LaTaille, Head Custodian 20 SECRETARIES Mrs. Rose-Ellen Trudeau Mrs. Nancy Stolinas ' Mrs. Charlotte Schneider t Mrs. Betty Michaud [ Mrs. Molly DiSalvo Mrs. Ann Madsen Mrs. Lillian Schultess PHYSICAL EDUCA TION The Physical Education De- partment has developed a selec- tive program which has been of- fered for 3 years. Students meet 5 days a week and participate in various units of activity for a des- ignated period of time. Physical Education is no longer a recrea- tional period at Eermi High, but we feel it is a learning experience geared to the development of life- time sports and physical fitness. Realizing the system is not per- fect, we are continually changing and improving the program in the hope that more students can and will enjoy activity. Good luck tathe Class of ’75 P.E. Department Left to Right: Mr. Joseph Nuccio, Miss Rosemary Sullivan, Mrs. Lora Arnold, Mr. Robert Lengyel. SOCIAL STUDIES The Social Studies cur- riculum should prepare a student to make reflective, rational, and critical deci- sions about public issues. We must expose students to value conflicts over pub- lic issues in order to pre- pa ret he mf or thecom- plexities of public life. Standing: Mr. Gregory Quinlan, Mr. Robert Robbins, Mr. Thomas Snipe, Mr. Peter Creedon, Mr. Thomas Ouellette, Mr. Donald Flebotte, Mrs. James Reveruzzi. Seated: Mrs. Mary Gail Cokkinias, Mrs. Thea Smith. Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up. — Oliver Wendell Holmes 22 FAMILY LIVING AND CONSUMER EDUCATION “Education is not something in the air, cut off from the daily life of the student of from his future work as a citizen. Real education, it is felt, must be based on the actual environ- ment and experiences of the child, and must fit him for the work he will have to do in life- after.” M 1 ' m aSMmt From Left To Right: Ms. Maureen Kelly, Mrs. Elizabeth Ogonis, Mrs. Patricia Valias. LIBRARIANS “If you have knowledge, let others light their can- dles at it.’’ Thomas Fuller From Left To Right: Mr. Arthur Kevorkian (Head Librarian), Mrs. Patricia Holmes, Mrs. Martha Dunn. 23 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Industrial Education is an activity-oriented curriculum area concerned with problems of an industrial nature, and how to solve these prob- lems. This may be accomplished by recognizing and defining problems, thinking critically and objectively about them and acting constructively and creatively toward their solution. From Left to Right: Mr. Scudieri, Mr. Frank Tokas, Mr. James Hodrinsky, Mr. Gary Fairwood, Mr. Harry Romer Mr. James Hodrinsky, Department Head 24 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Standing Left to Right: Miss Sharon Sullivan, Mrs. Esther Heffernan, Miss Mary Mackley, Mrs. Carolyn Lewis, Miss Laura Baione, Miss Rose Porcello, Mrs. Carole Jonaitis, Mrs. Janet Fox. Seated — Left to Right: Mrs. Eleanor Hines, Mr. Paul Raymond, Miss Mary Malley, Mr. Robert Kelleher, Miss Mary Ann Fonseca. Missing From Picture: Ms. Linda Lazarus. The English curriculum has been designed by the instructors in the department to help stu- dents be effective in the many uses of the lan- guage. In the required writing courses, it is in- tended that the instruction and concentrated practice will lead to clear and persuasive expres- sion of students’ knowledge and creative thoughts. Elective courses in many types of liter- ature give students the opportunity to learn, in- terpret, and apply the thoughts, as well as the writing style, of established writers of the past and present. To make it possible for all students to achieve these goals, a wide variety of course materials and teaching methods must be used. It is hoped that the curriculum will help stu- dents to be skilled and at ease in communica- tion, whether they are speaking or listening, reading or writing. 25 Miss Mary Malley, Department Ch ' airman ART DEPA R TMENT “Man’s life differs from that of most other organisms in that individualization has become more important to him than strict conformity to i type. Individual capacity, viewpoint, choice and action are qualities that make us human. Self- expression, as manifested in art, distinguishes individuals as well as cultures. The artist’s prod- uct makes the man unique as much as his thumb print and signature single him out. Art gives voice to the self.’’ — The Arts and Man % Left to Right: Mrs. Jane Docker, Mr. Robert Foley, Mrs. Barbara Early. I M USIC DEPA R TMENT Mr. Joseph Giangrasso Mr. John Mariano “Music is said to be the speech of angels.’’ 26 B U SI NESS DEPA R TMENT Standing — Left to Right: Mr. Paul Bisestim Mr. Richard Gray, MissTerletto Jones, Mr. James Laudato, Mrs. Henrietta Montagna, Mrs. Anne Gorham, Miss Darlene Wilson, Mr. Anthony Pessolano, Mr. Antonio Batista. Seated — Lejt to Right: Mrs. Carol Mayo, Miss Pamela Gates, Mrs. Marilyn Bertrand, Miss Andrea Russo. Missing jrom Picture: Mrs. Theresa Lecrenski, Mrs. Genevieve Murphy. 1 - » I The Business Education Department provides an opportunity for students to develop a mar- ketable skill in the fields of Secretarial Science, Bookkeeping, Clerical, Distribution, or Data Processing. The department also offers students opportunities to prepare for a two or four year program beyond high school in the fields of Accounting, Business Administration, or Secre- tarial Science. Emphasis is placed on the value of social con- tacts, the importance of civic responsibility, and the need for a well-adjusted personality. This is possible through such organizations as Distribu- tive Education Clubs of America and Fermi Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America which function as extensions of all Business Education classes. Mrs. Henrietta Montagna, Department Head 27 FOREIGN LA NG UA GE DEPARTMENT Mr. Raymond Mercik, Department Head The Foreign Language Department realizes the importance of being bi-lingual in today’s ever changing world. In recognition of this, we offer all students sequential programs in French, German, Italian and Spanish where they can study the language, literature, culture, and history of these lan- guages. Listening, speaking, reading and writing are done at all levels in varying degrees of em- phasis. Latin has been included in our curriculum once again as students seek a better cultural understanding of classical antiquity and its im- plications in our present world. SCIENCE DEPA R TM ENT Mr. Dwain Poulin, Department Head The ten members of the Enrico Fermi High School science staff hope that they have served these two purposes: helped the student to ask thoughtful questions as well as attempt to find a better way to answer them. First Row: Mrs. Florence Lyons, Mr. Francis Rago, Mr. Brian Dolley, Mr. James Cherry, Mr. Dwain Poulin. Second Row: Mr. James Yan- kee, Mr. Stuart Geffner, Mr. Steven Olson, Mr. John Kouba. 29 MA THEM A TICS DEPA R TMENT First Row: ( Left to Right I Mrs. Mary Holmes, Miss Sadie Falbo, Miss Carol Labutis, Mrs. Lenora Hilinski, Mrs. Lynn Pasco. Second Row: Mr. Kendall Owens, Mr. Eugene Ryzcek, Mr. Joseph Scherr, Mr. William Barker. The mathematics curriculum is designed to meet student needs and interests. We feel that the variety in courses offered to all students will better prepare them for their post-high school plans. — The Mathematics Department Mr. Joseph Scherr, Department Head 30 MRS. GEORGETTE PARE Nurse’s Aide MRS. ELIZABETH NICHOLS Food Services Program MR. RICHARD PELLIN Resource Teacher I i I MISS JUDITH GAJEWSKI Special Education f MR. ROBERT KNIGHT Reading Teacher MR. RAYMOND MONTAGNA Driver’s Education MR. HARRY ZEROOGIAN Work Experience Director Picture not available. I I PBSIP( W ■ ' • s E 1 ' Vs 1 if SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Jackie Wells (Treasurer); Jean Cammilleri (Director of Activities); Carol Hayden (Historian); Michael Jones (President); Nancy Buiniskas (Vice President); Deborah Niner (Secretary). Twelve years of our education, three of which were spent at Enrico Fermi High School, have come to an end. These past years have been spent in anticipation of a unique event — the graduation of the Class of 1975. Some may have experienced a certain anxiety in contemplating graduation; most, if not all, have awaited this event with anticipation, anticipation of the future. All of us begin new lives upon graduation. Whether the fall of 1975 finds us in college, or in a career , our lives will be greatly influenced by the years spent at Fermi High School. In either case, the key to our suc- cess in future years is to apply the knowledge we have learned as we pursue our goals. We conclude our years as students of Fermi High School. As graduates we will treasure fond memories of times past. Michael Jones Class President I 38 CHERYL ANN ADAMS “Charro” “It’s CAeryl, notS ieryl” DONNA MARIE ADDLER “Add” “We gotta stick together ‘gals’!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Library Aide 1,2,4; Planetarium Aides 3,4; Literary Magazine 2; Project Teach 4. Future Nurses Club 2; Fermi ’76 2: Mixed Chorus 1; Concert Choir 1, Majorettes 1; Bowling Club 2; Of- fice Aide 2,3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Class Night Committee 4. DEBRA ANN AGRO “Debbie” “EggroU” “See ya” Honor Roll 3,4; Library Aide 2,3, 4; Softball (Mgr.) 3,4; Field Hock- ey (Mgr.) 3,4; Girls’ Basketball (Mgr.) 3,4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Lam- plighters 1; Pep Squad 1; Home- coming Day Committee 2; Powder- puff Football 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4. f DEBRA J. AKERLIND “Debbi” Lamplighters 1,2; Pep Squad 1; Library Aide 2,3; DECA Fashion Show 2; Usherette for Play 1,2; Office Occupations 4; FBLA (Re- porter) 4; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4. DEBRA LEE AKERS “Debbie” “dynamite” DECA 3,4; FBLA 2,3 (Photogra- pher) 4; Ski Club 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. LILIANN AGRO “Lil” “Oh Yeah, You Wish” Pep Squad 1,2; Usherette for Play 2; Womens Action Corps 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Office Occupations 4; Variety Show 4. [ THOMAS BRANCH ALEXANDER “T Alex” “What a flipping zero” Junior Achievement 4; Boys’ Swim Team 1,2, 3,4. EDW ' ARDC. ALLEN III “Ed” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Fermi ’76 3; Boys’ Swim Team 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. ' Ljjipjyflgj i ' - ' . CYNTHIA ANDERSON “Cindy” “Kim, where we going Friday?” Office Aide 4; Library Aide 4. MARK ANGELICA Honor Roll 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Intramural Ice Hockey 4; Ice Hockey 3,4; Magazine Drive 4, NANCIEJ. APRIL “Cibie” “It’s an ‘ie’, not a ‘y’!!” Literary Magazine 2,3,4; Powder- puff Football 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. SUSAN ANN ARCHETTI “Ain’t no big thing.” Honor Roll 3; Library Aide 1; Guidance Office Aide 2; FBLA 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Occupa- tions 4. MARY JOAN ARCOUETTE “Mare” “Hey, What’s for lunch today?” Guidance Office Aide 1,2, 3, 4; FBLA 3,4; Accounting Award 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 1,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. LINDA MARIE BAJEK “Lin” “No, Really??” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Majorettes 1,4; Majorette Award 1; Guidance Office Aide 4; FBLA 4; Ski Club 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. STEVEN ANGELICA “Buzzy” Variety Show 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 4. JOSEPH JOHN ANNIS JR. “Joe” “How’s it going” Honor Roll 3; Boys’ Swim Team 2, 3,4; Student Council 1; Lampligh- ters 1; Class Officers 1; Junior Achievement 2; Fermi ’76 3; Varie- ty Show 4. DAVID BAKER “Dave” “Life is rough” LINDA MARIE BAJEK “Lin” “No, Really??” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Majorettes 1,4; Majorette Award 1; Guidance Office Aide 4; FBLA 4; Ski Club 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. ANDREW BAKER “Andy” KAREN KRISTIN BANIS “You’re Kidding!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook (Ass ' t Sen. Sect. Ed.) 4; Cheerlead- ing 2,3; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Pep Squad I; Science Fair Award I; Girls’ Athletic Association 2; Ush- erette for Play 2; Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 1,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. TRACEY BARRETT Guidance Office Aide 3; DECA 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4. WILLIAM S. BARRUS “Bill” “Hey, Wow!” Honor Roll 3,4; International Club 2; Class Trip Committee 4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DARLENE MELISA BARTIS Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Se- nior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Human Involvement Program 2; Magazine Drive 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4. MARYANN BASILE Honor Roll 1,3,4; Fermi ‘76 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2; Social Studies Lab Aide 2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Contact Staff 3; International Club 2,3; Enrico Fermi Network 2; Class Night Committee 4; UN Day Committee 3; Model UN 3; Magazine Drive 4. JANE MARIE BAUMANN “Janie” “We can’t let little things bother us.” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3,4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Varie- ty Show 4; Senior Earewell Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Outing Club 4. CHRISTOPHER BEAUDOIN Band 1,2; Arts Eestival Committee 2 . JOSEPH A, BEDNARSKI ••Bed” “Really” I I SANDRA BEDNARZ “Sandy” “Let’s go to breakfast.” Honor Roll 1.2, 3.4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; EBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Class Night Committee 4; Ac- counting I Award 3; Gregg Short- hand Award 3. JAMES ROBERT BEIGEL “Jay” “57’s are evil, mean, wicked, and nasty.” Boys’ Swim Team 2,3, (Capt.) 4; Intramural Badminton 3; 100 Mile Swim Club 2,3; Photography Club (President) 1. FAWN BENOIT cz RICHARD BEDNARSKI “Rich” CAROLE LINDA BERNARD “Individuality is my most prized possession.” Honor Roll 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2; Senior Winter Prom Commit- tee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Com- mittee 4; Cheerleading 1; Human Involvement Program 3,4; Guid- ance Office Aide 3,4; EBLA 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Girls’ Tennis 1; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show TERESA BLACKWELDER FRANCES BOTTARO “Frannie” “I agree” Class Night Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. I CYNTHIA BLIESENER i “Cindy” RICHARD BOUCHARD “Rick” “Hey man, you want to go to breakfast?” Amateur Radio Club 2,3,4. LINDA DIANE BLAKE “Lin” “I wanta go home” RAYMOND BISHOP “Joey” “Oh, Wow” DOLORES BOSCO “Hey Dawn, Have you seen Liz?” Honor Roll 2; DECA (Sec.) 3; Va- riety Show 4. Honor Roll 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3,4; Graduation Hostess 2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 4; Class Night Committee 4; Nurs- es’ Aide 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. Pep Squad 1,2; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Office Aide 3; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; junior Achievement 2; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4. Ski Club 3. ELLEN MARY BOUDREAU ROBERT BOURQUE “Bob” DEBRA ANN BOURQUE “Debbie” “You drive me up a wall Lynn!” Honor Roll 3; Girls Athletic Asso- ciation 2; Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; Field Hockey 2,3, (Co-Capt.) 4; Girls’ Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. GREGORY BOYAJIAN “Berrajent” “Dry up” Football 1,2,3,4; Boys’ Swim Team 2; Wrestling 3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4. ROBERT BOURQUE “Ollie” “Hey, what’s happening?” Soccer 2. DEBORAH JEAN BRADLEY “Deb” “You’re weird!” Lamplighters 2,3,4; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2; Literary Magazine 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. HOMER BOUSQUET “Joe” “Get out of here” Honor Roll 3. CHARLES BRESLIN Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Yearbook (Ass’t Sports Ed.) 3, (Editor in ChieO 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Class Night Committee 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Boys’ State Representative 3; Cross Country 3; Track 1,2; Variety Show 4, Honor Roll 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Outing Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. COLEEN BRENNAN “Excellent” KATHERINE ANN BROOKER “Kathy” “Leave me alone!” Pep Squad 1; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Human In- volvement Program 4; Library Aide 4; Office Aide 2,3; Guidance Office Aide I; FBLA 2; Homecom- ing Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Junior Achievement 2; Class Night Committee 4; Powder- puff Football 4; Girls’ Tennis 4. GARY JOSEPH BUCZKOWSKI “Buzzy” “Who says I’m Polish?” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2; Amateur Radio Club 2, (Sec.) 3,4; Magazine Drive 4. NANCY LYNN BUINISKAS “Nance” “The deepest feeling always shows itself in silence.” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3, (V.Pres.) 4; Yearbook (Act. and Candids Ed.) 4; Cheerleading 1,2, (Capt.) 3, (Varsity) 4; Homecom- ing Day Committee 2,3,4; Class Secretary 3; Class Vice President 4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Committee (Chrmn.) 3; Se- i nior Farewell Prom Committee 3; I Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; , Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. TERESA MARY CALLAHAN “Terrie” “Hey Debbie, cheese on 3A!” Honor Roll 3; Lamplighters 1,2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Band l,2,(Ass’t Librarian) 3, (Li- brarian) 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Usherette for Play 3; Class Night Committee 4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. GREG BUSHWAY “Bush” Football 1,2. SHARAN KAYE CALDWELL “That ticks me off’ Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook (Fac. Ed.) 4; Pep Squad 1; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Soft- ball 1; Human Involvement Pro- gram 2,3,4; Student Advisory Board 4; Guidance Office Aide 1; FBLA 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 1, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3,4; Maga- zine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. DOROTHY ELAINE BURWOOD “Dotty” “I’m so embarrassed.” Pep Squad 1,2,3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Internation- al Club 4; Library Aide 1; Womens Action Corps 3; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Usherette for Play 2; UN Day Committee 4; Tennis Club 2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. JEANCAMMILLERI “Oh Yeah?” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Yearbook (Bus. Mgr.) 4; Lamplighters 1; Home Ec Award 1; Science Fair Award I; Pep Squad 2; Class Vice President 2; Algebra Award 2; Poster Con- test Award 2; Human Involvement Program 3; Student Advisory Board 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Yale Club Award 3; Geometry Award 3; History Award 3; CAWDC Award 3; Girls’ Swim Team (Mgr.) 3; Commendation for Performance on PSAT NMSQT 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. CATHY A. CAPWELL “Cat” “1 was just entertaining the troops!” Honor Roll 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Arts Fes- tival Committee 1,2; Powderpuff Football 4; Magazine Drive 4; Va- riety Show 4. DEBORAH ANN CARSON “Debi” Honor Roll 1,2; Girls Athletic Association 2; Graduation Hostess 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- tee 3; Softball 2; Intramural Bad- minton 3; Human Involvement Program 3; International Club (Treas.) 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Usherette for Play 2; Junior Achievement 1,2; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Arts Festival Committee 1,2; UN Day Committee 3,4; Pow- derpuff Football 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DONNA CARTIER “Cart” LORRAINE CARTWRIGHT “Where’s Danny?” Honor Roll 3,4; Cheerleading 1; Gymnastics 1; Student Council 1; Arts Festival Committee 1; FBLA 3, (Sec.) 4; Class Night Committee 4; Office Occupations 4; Variety Show 4. JEANNEAN CASARELLA “Jen” “Huh?” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Pep Squad 1; Softball 1; FBLA 2, (Sec.) 3, (Treas.) 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Girls’ Basketball 1; Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. CHERYL ANN CASHMAN “But you said .. .” Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; FBLA 4; Of- fice Occupations 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. ALBERTACHALOUX “Bird” “Does a rock poop?” Honor Roll 3.4; Enfield Youth Association for Retarded Children (Treas.) 3,4; Hostess for Open House 2; Usherette for Senior Citi- zens Play 3; Pep Squad I; Social Studies Lab Aide 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Outing Club 4; Enrico Fermi Network (Pro. Dir.) 3; Of- fice Aide 2.3; Guidance Office Aide 2; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4; Usherette for Play 2; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Arts Festival Committee 4. NANCY CHERRY Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Project Teach 3.4: Girls ' Tennis 3.4. PAULINECHRISTIAN “T.P.” “Are you positive?” Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3,4; En- rico Fermi Network 2,3,4; Fermi ’76 3,4; Office Aide 1; Guidance Office Aide 1; Girls’ Basketball 1; Contact Staff 3; FBLA 3; Class Trip Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. STEVEN JOSEPH CLARK “Rommel, The Desert Fox” “Keep going and don’t look back” Mixed Chorus 1,2. WILLIAM EDWARD COCCHI KAREN CHRISTIE “Christie” “Oh my God, that’s so embarrass- ing.” Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; International Club 2,3,4; FBLA 3; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Junior Achievement 3; UN Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 4. SUSAN JUDITH CLASSEN “Sue” “Look for the good in people.” Honor Roll 3,4; Yearbook (Ass’t Fac. Ed.) 3, (Opening Ed.) 4; Se- nior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. ANTHONY COBB “Tony” Honor Roll 2; FBLA 2,3,4. KAREN COLAGIOVANNI “Cola” “Oh God!!” Office Aide 3; Guidance Office Aide 2; DECA 3; FBLA 3,4; Ski Club 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. CHRISTINE ANN CLAYTON “Crash H” “You’re not very nice, you know!” Guidance Office Aide 2,3; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4. JEFFREY COOPER “Coop” “Jeff’ Lamplighters 1,2; Stage Band 2,3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4. RICHARDCORNING KATHLEEN NANCY CONNOR “Kathy” “What? You’re Kidding!” MICHAEL CONFE R “Mike” Honor Roll 3; Lamplighters 4; Ju- nior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Li- brary Aide 1,2; FBLA 4; Office Occupations 4; Magazine Drive 1, 2,3; Variety Show 4. GARY COTE “Get over it will you?” Lamplighters 2; Audio Visual Club 2,3. WILLIAM COUGHLIN “Bill” “Hey, Charlie” Ski Club 4. CAROL NELL CONRAD Library Aide 1. DONALD M. COOLEY “Cool’s” “What” GARY CUMMINGS “Ca-Ca” Floor Hockey 2; Ice Hockey 3,4. TOMCURNAN “Got any papers?” CLAIRE PAULINE CYR “I’m hungry” Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Human Involvement Program 3; Project Teach 3; FBLA 3; Maga- zine Drive 4; UN Day Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. TONY DABREA “Bub” Soccer 2; Ice Hockey 4. JOANNE VERONICA DALEY Honor Roll 3,4; Girls Athletic Association 2; International Club 2, (Pres.) 3,4; DECA (Hist.) 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Usherette for Play 1,2; Junior Achievement (Sales V. Pres.) 2; Class Night Committee 4; Who’s Who Among High School Students 4; UN Day Committee 2,3,4; Girls’ Swim Team 2,3,4. MICHAEL JOSEPH DALY “Mike” “I’ve got the blonde” Lamplighters 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Planetarium Aide 2; Football 1,2, 3,4; Wrestling 1,4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. I .lUIIIMilIP LYNN DAMON “Be not ashamed to say what you are not ashamed to think!” Mixed Chorus 3,4; Concert Choir (Pub. Rel.) 4; Social Studies Lab Aide 3,4; Enrico Fermi Network 3, 4; DECA 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. JANET DAWSON “Jay” “That’s crazy.” Pep Squad 2; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; International Club 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Usherette for Play 2; Fashion Show Committee 1; Ten- nis Club 2; Magazine Drive 4; Va- riety Show 4. MARY LOU DEKAM Future Nurses Club 4; Outing Club 4; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2; Magazine Drive 4; Nurses Aide 3,4; Usherette for play 2. LYNNE ANN DELAY | “Alrighty” Softball 1, 2,3,4; Field Hockey 3,4; Girls ' Basketball 3,4. i Honor Roll 1,3; Football 2. CHRISTINE FAYE DAUPHINAIS “Chris” “You’ve Had It.” Lamplighters 2; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3,4; Band 1; DECA 3,4. DENISE ALMA DEAUVILLE “Neecie” “You guys” Color Guard 3,4; Library Aide 2; Guidance Office Aide 1; Ski Club 1,2; Usherette for Play 2; Maga- zine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DIANE MARIE DEGRAY “Dee” “I’m hungry!” Softball 1; Lamplighters 1,2; Pep Squad 1; Usherette for Play 1,2; Library Aide 2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2; Powderpuff Football 3; Nurse’s Aide 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. PETER DALY “Dates” PAUL DENNER “Dummer” “What a yo-yo!” Honor Roll 2,3; Audio Visual Club 1,3; Guidance Office Aide 3; Varie- ty Show 4. ROBERT J. DESJARDIN “Desi” Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Vari- ety Show 4; Ice Hockey 3,4; Foot- ball 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4. SUSAN MARIE DESORMIER “Sue” “What ya say?” Concert Choir 1,2; Arts Festival Committee 4. THERESE ANN DESROSIER “Terry” “Someday, when I’m famous you’ll ” Honor Roll 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3, 4; Lamplighters (President) 1,2,3, (President) 4; Stage Band 2; Social Studies Lab Aide 3; Contact Staff 3; Fermi ’76 3. LILLIAN IRENE DEVIN “Lil” “Hey Patten, How’s Pepper?” Honor Roll 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Bowling Club (Asst. Sec.) 3,4; Usherette for Play 4; Intramurals 4. DEBORAH DICKINSON LISA DIFRANCO “Cookie” DECA 3. ANN MARY DIGREGORIO “Annipoo” “What?” Honor Roll 4; Guidance Office Aide 3,4; DECA 3; FBLA 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Class Night Committee 4; Powderpuff Football 3. rVfev DONNA JEAN DION “D” “Let’s go to breakfast.” Honor Roll 4; Office Aide 3; FBLA 3,4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4. GAIL DiMARIA “Let’s go to the Elks!” Honor Roll 2; Yearbook 3; Pep Squad 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Junior Achievement 2. WILLIAM J. DOHERTY DEBRA DOUVILLE “Burt” “Hang in there . . ” Honor Roll 3; Girls Athletic Asso- ciation 2; Cheerleading 1; Gymnas- tics 2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Hostess for Arts Festival 2,3,4; Girls’ Swim Team 2,3,4; Girls’ Basketball 3. MICHAEL ROBERT DRENNAN “Pumpkin” Golf (Co-Capt.) 3,4; Football 1; Boys’ Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1,2; Variety Show 4. DAVID DORGAN “Dave” Variety Show 4. TIMOTHY DUBE “Doobs” Band 1; Baseball 1,2. RODNEY DUFF “Rod” “Really” Yearbook 3,4; Chess Club 1 . EDWARD MICHAEL DUGAN “Mike” “What a goof!” ' Honor Roll 3; FBLA 3,4; Variety Show 4; Boys’ Swim Team 2,3, (Capt.) 4. !l GARY DUMAS Band 1,2. KENNETH R. DUNN “Ken” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Senior Privilege Review Board 4; Commendation on the PSAT NMSQT 4; Golf 3,4; Variety Show 4; Class Trip Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 4. KATHLEEN L. DUREN “Kathy” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Girls’ Swim Team 2,3,4; Boys’ Swim Team (Mgr.) 2, 3,4; Track (Mgr.) 2,3,4; French Award 1; Lamplighters 1,2; Girls Athletic Association 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Fare- well Prom Committee 3; Yearbook (Dedication Ed.) 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 1,4; Magazine Drive 4; Vari- ety Show 4. BRYAN DUSTY “Dusty” “Hey Charlie” Outing Club 4; Guidance Office Aide 3,4; Junior Achievement 2,3; Soccer 1. ARTHUR J. EDGAR “Arch” “Hey, get out of my life!” Band 1,2, 3, 4; Planetarium Aides 4. BARBARA ANN FAHEY “Barb” “What? You know . . ” FBLA 3. JEFFE. DYNIA “Hulio” “How’s the wife?” ANTHONY EDGAR “Tony” GARYC. EISENMAN Planetarium Aide 4; Literary Magazine 2; Amateur Radio Club 2,3,4; Golf 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Chess Club 2. SUSAN FABRYCKI “Sue” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Lamplighters 2; Human Involvement Program 3,4; Project Teach 3,4; FBLA 4; Varie- ty Show 4. PAUL FAILLE Band 1,2, 3, 4; Amateur Radio Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 2; Wrestling 3,4; Variety Show 4. ' ’1 RAMONA MARIE FERREIRA “Mona” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3; Cheerleading (Capt.) 2, (Varsity) 3; Student Council 1; Girls Athletic Association 2; FBLA 2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Model UN 4; Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. GREGORY FIELD “Greg” I I ! I i i GERALD F. FLANAGAN, JR. “Jerry” “How ya doing Pinka, where’s Fred?” Honor Roll 4; Intramural Hockey 4; Audio Visual Club 1; Amateur Radio Club 3,4; Variety Show 4; Soccer 1; Ice Hockey 3,4; Track 3. I f I JUDITH ANNE FLINKMAN “Flinky” “Hey” Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Farew- ell Prom Committee 3; Human Involvement Program 3; Student Advisory Board 4; Class Night Committee 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Model UN 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. WILLIAM FOSS “Bill” Mixed Chorus 1; Magazine Drive 4. ) 1 DEBORAH ANN FROST “Frosty” “Oh my God!” Honor Roll 1,4; Project Teach 3; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4; Junior Achievement 2; r Office Occupations 4. ROBERT JOSEPH FRANCOEUR “Bob” “Hey, little guy” Gymnastics 1,2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Student Council 2; Football (Capt.) 1, (Varsity) 2,3, (Capt.) 4; Boys’ Basketball 1,2, (Varsity) 3,4; Baseball (Capt.) 1, (Varsity) 2,3,4. THOMAS FRIGON “Shotgun” Boys’ Swim Team 1,2,3. STEVEN FUSCO “Steve” LYNN MARIE GANGONE “Ahha, You’re funny Deb!” Honor Roll 1; Homecoming Day Committee (Chrmn.) 2,3,4; Field Hockey 3,4; Softball 1,2, 3,4; Home Economics Award 1; Pep Squad (V.-Pres.) 2; Director of Activities 2; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2,3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Girls’ Basketball (Mgr.) 4; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4. MICHAEL GAREN “Gook” Project Teach 2,3; Folk Club 3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Magazine Drive 4; Football (Varsity) 4; Baseball (Varsity) 4. LOIS ELAINE GARTEN “Lou” “Ya know” Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Future Nurses Club 3,4; Magazine Drive 4. DONALD J. GIGUERE “Don” Track 2. JERRY GATTEN “Honda is the best” CATHERINE R. GAYLOR “Cathy” Honor Roll 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2, 3,4; Usherette for Play 1,2; Intra- murals 1,2; Office Aide 3; Guid- ance Office Aide 3; Homecoming Day Committee 3; Junior Achieve- ment 3; Field Hockey 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Girls’ Tennis 4; Variety Show 4. WILLIAM GIULIANO PAULGONGOLA MICHELE S.GONDEK “Smiley” “Oh, Mechelle” “ blah, blah, blah” Honor Roll 3,4; Newspaper Staff 2; Bowling Club 4; Usherette for Play 2. CHRISTOPHER GOLEC “Really” Honor Roll 3; Ski Club 1,2,3, (V.- Pres.) 4; Outing Club 4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Wrestling 4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Senior Winler Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4. KATHERINE ANN GOCLOWSKI “Klutz” “I’ll do it later” Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. LYNDA GRAHAM RONALD GRENIER CINDY LEEGROSS JOSEPH STEVEN GUIDONE “Joe” Intramurals 1; Folk Club 1,3,4; Project Teach I; Chess Club 2. REX GORDON “Bette” “Isn’t that tacky” Lamplighters 3,4; Social Studies Lab Aide 4; Variety Show 4; Arts Festival Committee 2,3,4. SHERYL GRACEWSKI “Am I working today?” DONNA-MARIE GONZALEZ “Gomez” “Gee, that’s great!” Honor Roll 1,2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farew- ell Prom Committee 4; Band I; Intramurals 1,2; Gymnastics 1,2; Variety Show 4; Class Trip Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Girls’ Swim Team 2,3, (Capt.) 4. NICOLE M. GOSSELIN “Nicki” Honor Roll 3; Library Aide I; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Office Occupations 4; Variety Show 4. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Literary Magazine 2,4; PSAT NMSQT Commendation 3; Geometry Award 2; Physics Award 3; Chem- istry Award 2; Rensselaer Medal for Mathematics and Science 3; Variety Show 4. MICHAEL GUILBAULT DANIEL THOMAS GUILMETTE “Gil” “Easy, Easy” Soccer 1,2; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Foot- ball 3,4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4. KATHLEEN HADLOW “Kathy” “Get out of my life!!!” Lamplighters 2; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Softball 1; Guidance Office Aide 4; DECA 3; Variety Show 4; Girls’ Basketball 1 . SUSAN PATRICIA HALGAS “Sue” Honor Roll 1,2,4; Pep Squad 2; Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farew- ell Prom Committee 4; Intramural Badminton 3; International Club (Sec.) 3,4; Project Teach 2; Class Trip Committee 4; Ski Club 2; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; UN Day Committee 3,4; Girls’ Swim Team 2; Girls’ Tennis 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. GEORGE HALKOVIC “May I have your attention please ” Lamplighters 2,3,4; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3, (Dir. of Support Services) 4; Audio Visual Club 2; FBLA 2,3,4; Variety Show 2,3,4; Wrestling 1. JAMES HAPGOOD “Happy” Bowling Club 3. BARBARA HARDING “Barb” Pep Squad 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Majorettes 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DONNA-RAE HARGRAVES “Goldie” “Don’t worry about it!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Pep Squad 1,2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Human Involvement Program 2,3; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3, 4; Usherette for Play 3; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. CAROL M, HAYDEN “Anybody want a puppy or a kitten — they’re real cute!” Honor Roll 1,3,4; Class Historian 2,3,4; Arts Festival Committee (Sec.) 3,4; Pep Squad 1,2; Social Studies Lab Aide 1,3; Girls’ Swim Team 2,3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Fermi ’76 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Contact Staff 3; Enrico Fermi Network (Pro- gram Director) 3; Office Aide 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Outing Club 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Commit- tee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Baseball (Scorekeeper) 4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. KAREN HAYDEN “Don’t hold your breath” Honor Roll 1,2,4; Fermi ’76 2; Graduation Hostess 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Farew- ell Prom Committee 3; Softball 1; Human Involvement Program 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3, 4; Usherette for Play 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Powderpuff Football 2; Girls’ Basketball 1; Girls’ Tennis 3,4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. f ALLYSON HEMPHILL “No, really?” Honor Roll 1,3,4; Lamplighters 1; i Library Aide 2; DECA 3, (Sec.) 4; f Ski Club 2,3, (Sec.) 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Homecom- ing Day Committee 2; Variety Show 4. I DAVID HERZIG E KATHLEEN ANN HOUDE I “Kathy” “I got a letter!” Pep Squad 1,2; Graduation Host- [ ess 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee , 3; Human Involvement Program 3; International Club 2,3; Project ! Teach 3; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4; Class Trip Committee ' 4; Class Night Committee 4; Health Committee 1. RICHARD D. HUGGARD, JR. “Rik” Honor Roll 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3,4; En- rico Fermi Network 2, (Dir.) 3,4. GAYLE E. HUTCHINSON “Hutch” “Okey Dokey” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook (Ass’t. Sports Ed.) 4; Girls Athletic Association 2; Social Studies Lab Aide 1; Softball 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Field Hockey 3,4; Girls’ Basketball 1,2, 3, (Capt.)4. ANDREW B. JACKOBEK “Andy” “What a dude!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Bowling Club 2; Baseball 1 . JOYCELYNN M. JANEZIC “JJ” “JAY” “George” “I do not look like Miss Fonseca!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Social Studies Lab Aide 2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Cheerleading 1; Con- tact Staff 2; International Club 3,4; Project Teach 3; Enrico Fermi Network 2; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Student Council 1; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Arts Festival Committee 1; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. LLOYD ANTHONY JARVIS Ski Club 3,4; Wrestling 3. RICHARD EDWARD JOHNSON Honor Roll 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Lamplighters 2; Floor Hockey 2; String Ensemble 3; Se- nior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Contact Staff 4; Enrico Fermi Network 4; Class Night Commit- tee 4; Model UN 4; Student Body Publicity Chairman 4; Variety Show 3,4. SCOTT D. JOHNSON “I doubt it” Honor Roll 2,3. MICHAEL JAMES JONES “Jonesy” “Pretty Nuh, Huh?” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Class Vice-Pres- ident 1; Class President 3,4; Home- coming Day Committee 2,3,4; Stu- dent Council I; Wrestling 1; Cross Country 1,2, (M.V.P.) 3, (Co- Capt.) 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Pep Rally Committee 3, 4; American Legion Boys’ State Representative 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. MONICA C. KAKLUSKAS “Moe” “Hi Gine!” “That’s true” Honor Roll 3,4; Concert Choir 1; Bowling Club 3; Office Aide 1,3,4; FBLA 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4. SUSAN MARY KARAMBERIS “Sue” “Are you kidding me?” Honor Roll 4; Human Involvement Program 3; Women’s Action Corps 3; Variety Show 4; Class Night Committee 4. PATRICIA KANTOR “Pat” “Big Red” “Wouldn’t you like to know” Lamplighters 1; Library Aide 1; Guidance Office Aide 2. DANIEL KARA “Danny” Arts Festival Committee 4; Boys’ Swim Team 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. LISA KEITH Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Nurses ' Aide 3,4; Arts Festival Committee (Co-Chairman) 3. BARRY A. KAPINOS Soccer 2; Boys’ Swim Team 2. CAROL A. KAZUKYNAS “Kaz” “Alright, come on now!” Honor Roll 3; International Club 3,4; UN Day Committee 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Vari- ety Show 4. MICHELLE ROSE KAZAY “Shell” “Well, we had another fight” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Internation- al Club 3,4; Graduation Hostess 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Ush- erette for Play 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Girls’ Tennis 2; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 1,4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. THERESA ANNE MARIE KELTING “Terry” “I Miss Jeff’ Honor Roll 1,3,4; Graduation Hostess 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- tee 3,4; Intramural Volleyball 1; Intramural Basketball (Capt.) 1 ; Principal’s Advisory Board 4; Of- fice Aide 3; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Student Council 1; Usherette for Play 3; Junior Achievement (Personnel Mgr.) 2; Class Night Committee 4; Powder- puff Football 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. LINDA B. KENDRICK “Weeeeeeeee!” Honor Roll 3; Usherette for Grad- uation 3; Junior Prom Committee 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- tee 4; FBLA 4; Ski Club 3,4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Powder- puff Football 3,4. CYNTHIA KERTENIS “Pea Cock” “I’m a special pea cock.” Office Aide 3; DECA 3; FBLA 4; Office Occupations 4. KATHRYN HOPE KING “Kathy”, “Kinger” Fermi ’76 3,4; Girls’ Swim Team 3, (Co-Capt.) 4; Field Hockey 2; Girls Athletic Association 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Fare- well Prom Committee 3; Girls’ Tennis 4; Magazine Drive 4; Varie ty Show 4. JAMES KRAJEWSKI RICHARD LAMAGNA : Ice Hockey 3,4- E CAROL KOBIELSKI lonor Roll 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; )frice Occupations 4. STANA MARY KOZLOVICH “Tam” “I’m not that stupid, you know!” Honor Roll 3,4; Band (Drum Ma- jorette) 1, (Drum Majorette. Ass’t Sect.) 2, (Drum Majorette) 3; Human Involvement Program 4; Office Aide 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Senior Privilege Advisory Board 4. KATHLEEN KUREK ' BLA 4; Homecoming Day Com- littee 4; Variety Show 4. JEEFREY RAY LANCE Band 3,4. MARK JOSEPH LAMANA PETER JOHN LAMAGNA JR. “Pete” “You beast” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Homecoming Day Co mmittee 4; Variety Show 4; Football 1,2,3 (Tri-Capt.) 4; Ice Hockey 4; Track 1,2,3, (Tri-Capt.) 4. Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; International Club 3,4; Fermi ’76 2,3; “Expo ’72” Sci- ence Fair 3rd Prize 1; Audio-Visual Club 1,2, (V.Pres.) 3; Model UN 3; Project Teach 3; Yearbook 4; “As Schools Match Wits” (Team Capt.) 4; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4. LINDA ELLEN LANDRY Honor Roll 2,3; Magazine Drive 4. HENRY M. LANOUETTE “The Movie Man” “In Cine’ I ” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Commenda- tion for Performance on PSAT NMSQT 3; Variety Show 4. DEBORAH A. lARAWAY “Deb” “OK, see you later!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Guidance Of- fice Aide 1; Girls’ Basketball 1; Magazine Drive 4. DAVID ALLEN LARAWAY “Dave” Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; DECA 3; Class Trip Committee 4; Football 1; Boys’ Basketball 1,2, (Capt.) 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. STEPHEN A. LAROCQUE “Loke” “Clam it” Soccer 1,3; Boys’ Tennis (M.V.P.) 3, (Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. APRIL LEI LATKOFSKY “Ape” Honor Roll 4; Pep Squad 2; Arts Festival Committee 2,3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. DAVID LEATHE “Dave” DEBRA LEBLANC “Deb” “Debbie” “It s not fair” Honor Roll 1,2,3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Fare- well Prom Committee 4; DECA 3. I I 1 1 ) THOMAS LEDGER “Brown” “Ca-Ca” Intramural Hockey 4; Ice Hockey 3,4; Floor Hockey 2. MARKLEGAULT “Marcus Welby” Honor Roll 3; Stage Band 1,2,3, Band 1 ,2,3,4; Variety Show 4. EDWARD LEMANSKI JAMES ROBERT LEMERIS “Lemon” Homecoming Day Committee 4; Soccer 1; Boys’ Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Variety Show 4. ANTHONY KEITH LENO “Tony” Ski Club 2,3,4; Variety Show 4; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,4. GERARD JOHN LEPORE “Bear” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3 4; Boys’ Basketball 1,2,4; Basebal 1,2, 3,4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 2.3,4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Se- nior Farewell Prom Committee 2. 3; Senior Winter Prom Committe 3; Graduation Host 3; Magazi ' Drive 4; Variety Show 4. CYNTHIA MARIE LESSARD “Cindy” “What am I gonna do-oooo?” Mixed Chorus 1; Lamplighters 1; Project Teach 2; Office Aide 1,3; Junior Achievement 3; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- imittee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4. DIANE LEVY “Sister Dee Dee” “Honest to God” Mixed Chorus 1,2,3, (Sect.) 4; Concert Choir 1,2, 3,4; Lampligh- ters 2; Color Guard 2,3,4; DECA (Fashion Show) 2. LINDA LIRO “Fantastic!” Magazine Drive 4. BARBARA ANN LOOS “Bubs” “Calm down.” Lamplighters 1; Majorettes 1,3, (Capt.) 4; DECA 3; FBLA 3,4; Usherette for Play 1; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. KAREN BONNIE LIBBY “What can I say ?” xed Chorus 2,3,4; Concert Choir fowling Club 4; Magazine Drive NORA ANN LINN “I hear the mountains are lookin’ fine” GLEN LOCKE Intramural Hockey 4; Human In- volvement Program 4; Soccer 2. LYNN P. LOMBARDO ■n “Got the feeling” 1 JOANNE MARIE LOISELLE “Let’s go home” Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Contact Staff 3; Library Aide 2; DECA 3; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Class Night Committee 4; Girls’ Basket- ball 1 . ¥ t SCOTT MACKENZIE “Crazy” Soccer 1; Boys’ Basketball 1; Base- ball 1. JOHN K. LOUBIER “Muffin” DECA 1; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Football 1,2,4; Wrestling 4; Track 1,2,4. MARGARET F. LOWNEY “Really” Variety Show 4; Chess Club 2,3; Girls’ Swim Team 2; Softball 1; Library Aide 2,3. DIANE S. LUTY “What’s that?” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Lamplighters 1,2,4; Concert Choir 2; Gymnastics 2; Interna- tional Club 2; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Girls’ Swim Team (Mgr.) 3; Variety Show 4. JAIME JOSEPH MACK “Later Jack” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; DECA 4. JILLLUCZAI “Hi Guys” Honor Roll 3,4; Superintendents’ Advisory Board 3; International Club 3; FBLA 2; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. JOYCE MACKEY “All right!” DOREEN JEAN LUCZAI j “Dor” i Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; FBLA 3,4; I Class Trip Committee 4; Class j Night Committee 4; Magazine ! Drive 4; Variety Show 4. Honor Roll 3; Magazine Drive 4. JOSEPH MALISZEWSKI Honor Roll 2,3; Football 1; Soccer 4. • • HOLLY GAY MARCOUX “Hoi” “Yea I know” Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Squad 1,3; Social Studies Lab Aide 1; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Major- ettes 1; Gymnastics 1; Project Teach 1,3; Planetarium Aides 3,4; Office Aide 1; Womens Action Corps 3; DECA 3,4; Usherette for Play 1; Class Night Committee 1; Variety Show 4. MARY LYNNE MACSATA “What are you on?” Office Aide 2,3; FBLA 4; Office Occupations 4. MATTHEW MAILMAN “Mattie” Bowling Club 2; Football 2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3, (Co-Capt.)4. KATHLEEN A. MALLOY “Katie” “That’s the breaks” Lamplighters 1,2; Project Teach 2; Library Aide 1; Office Aide 3; DECA 3,4; FBLA 3; Magazine Drive 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. DIANE MANCINI Usherette for Play 2; Bowling Club 3,4; Library Aide 3,4; FBLA 4. STEPHEN MANCUSO “Steve” DEBRA ANN MAREK “Debbie”,” Deb” “What a jerk!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleading 1,2,3, (Varsity) 4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Pep Rally Committee 1,2, 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Geography Play Club 1; Social Studies Lab Aide 1; Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Human Involvement Program 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. RICHARD P. MARKS “Rich” Football 1,2, 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Golf 3,4; Baseball 2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. GLENN MARINELLI “Chell” Honor Roll 2; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 2,3,4; Football 1, 2,3,4; Boys’ Swim Team 2; Base- ball 1,3,4; Variety Show 4. GERALD MARQUIS SUSAN MARIE MARKOWSKI “Sue " “You crack me up.” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Cheerleading (Capt.) 1,2, (Varsity) 3, (Capt.) 4; Yearbook (Sec.) 4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Office Aide 1,2,3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Girls Athletic As- sociation 2; Usherette for Gradua- tion 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. JEFFREY MAY “Jeff’ CHRISTOPHER MARTIN “Chris” JAMES MAROCCHINI Bowling Club 3,4. ROLAND MASSE ANNIE MAXELLON CRAIGS. MCKIERNAN “Drop!” Stage Band 1; Band 1; DECA 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Homecoming Da Committee 2; Football 1; Maga zine Drive 4. LORRAINE LEE MAYLOTT “Lori” Honor Roll 3,4; FBLA 2,3,4; Nurs- es’ Aide 3,4; Library Aide 1; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. KATHLEEN M. MCCUSKER “Kathy” “You’re Kidding” Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; FBLA 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. PATRICIA ANN MAYO “Mayo” “Oh Really” Honor Roll 1,2,3; Fermi Hostess 2, 3,4; Cheerleading 2, (Varsity) 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3, 4; Girls’ Basketball 1; Modern Dance Fashion Show 1; Intra- mural Volleyball 1; Library Aide 1; Film Festival 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Office Aide 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. MAUREEN ANN MCKEOWN “Moe” “Let’s go to Macs and see who’s there.” ELIZABETH MENARD “Liz” Honor Roll 1,2; Future Nurses Club (President) 3,4; Lamplighters 2, (V. Pres.) 3,4; Yearbook 4; So- cial Studies Lab Aide 1; Guidance Office Aide 1; Geography Play Club 1; Girls’ Basketball 1; Nurses’ Aide 2,3; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 2,3,4; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 3,4; Pep Rally Com- mittee 3,4; Office Aide 2,4; Human Involvement Program 3,4; Project Teach 3,4; Director of Activities 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. MARY ELLEN MCCUE “Emmie” “Really? I knew you’d see it my way.” Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; International Club 2,3, (V.- Pres.) 4; FBLA 3; Junior Achieve- ment 3; UN Day Committee 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. T ID I STEVEN MOODY ELIZABETH MAY MOORE “Libby” Project Teach 2,3,4; Planetarium Aide 2,3,4; Girls’ Tennis 4. i I KENNETH RICHARD I MORRIS “Merc” Soccer 2,3, (Capt.) 4; Baseball 2,3, (Capt.) 4; Boys’ Basketball 1, 2,3,4; I Track 1; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Nurses’ Aide 4; Class Ij Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. TRUDY MORRISON “Trud” “1 don’t want to talk about it.” Bowling Club (Treas.) 2, (Presi- dent) 4; Guidance Office Aide 1; Women’s Action Corps 3; FBLA 3; Junior Achievement (Sec) 2; Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. SHARON PRISCILLA MULKERN “Mulk” “That’s ridiculous” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3,4; Cheerleading 2,3, (Var- sity) 4; Student Advisory Board 3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Junior Achieve- ment 2; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Model UN 4; Variety Show 4. MARK JAMES NADEAU “See ya.” Lamplighters (Stage Mgr.) 1; So- cial Studies Lab Aide 1, (Dir. of Pub. Rel.) 3; Fermi ’76 (Dir.) 3,4; Contact Staff (Ed.) 3; Enrico Fermi Network (Reporter) 2,3. KATHLEEN L. MORRONE “Kathy” “What are you on?” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; DECA 3, (Treas.) 4; FBLA 3; Girls’ Basketball 1; Girls’ Tennis 4; Magazine Drive 4. CLAUDIA GALE MOSHER “Claud” “Truth, Jerry.” FBLA 4. RICHARD N.MUNROE “Rick” “Just calm down” Ski Club 4. VIRGINIA MARIE MURATORI “Ginny” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Magazine Drive 4. KATHRYN MYERS “Kathy” )ECA 3. Fermi ’76 (Stu. Advis.) 2,3, (Ed. of “How to Book”) 4; Lamplighters (Stage Mgr.) 1; Social Studies Lab Aide 2,3, (Exec. Dir.) 4; Contact Staff 2,3,4; Enrico Fermi Network 2, (Dir.) 3,4. MICHAEL W. NADEAU “Mike” “That’s great” T m NOREEN NEWTON “Newt” “Let’s go to the Elks” Honor Roll 3,4; Softball 1 . ROXANNE MARIE NICOL “Rock " “Frost, watch out for that car!!” Library Aide 1,2,3; Office Aide 4; FBLA 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Variety Show 4. LESLIE NOTO “Ya, I know” MERRY MICHELLE NOBLE “Merry Christmas” “Really” Library Aide 1; Office Aide 3,4; Guidance Office Aide 1; Office Occupations 4. DAVIDO’HAGAN Project Teach 2,3. DEBORAH ANN NINER “Debbie” “Wow Terry, give him a double 12 !” Honor Roll 3; Yearbook 4; Class Treasurer 3; Class Secretary 4; Lamplighters 1; Pep Squad 2; Ush- erette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Senior Farew- i ell Prom Committee 3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. EILEEN MARIE O’CONNOR 1, “I’m bugged!” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Majorettes 3, (Capt.) 4; Guidance Office Aide 2, 3; Homecoming Day Committee 2, 4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Social Studies Lab Aide 1; Pep Squad 1,2; Girls Swim Team (Manager) 2; Girls Athletic Association 2; Contact Staff 3; Enrico Fermi Network 3; Office Aide 3; Fermi ’76 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Outing Club 4; Senior Win- ter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Base- ball (Scorekeeper) 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. PATRICIA O ' BRIEN “Pat”, “Patty” “Smile, it doesn’t hurt” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; DECA 3,4; FBLA 4; Homecom- ing Day Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. KATHLEEN OLSON “Kathy” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. CHERYL ANN PAGANO REGINA OLSEN “Gina” “I don’t even care.” PAUL OLIVER 2- Library Aide 2,3; Office Aide 1; Homecoming Day Committee 2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. JAMES ALEXANDER OTTM N “Jim” “Set of 50’s.” Boys’ Swim Team 2,3, (Capt.) 4; Boys’ Tennis 3,4; 100 Mile Swim Club 2,3,4; Honor Roll 3. DAVID MARK OUELLETTE “Dave” Honor Roll 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; FBLA 4; Nurses’ Aide 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Football 4; Boys’ Basket- ball 1; Track 4; Baseball 1; Variety Show 4. RONALD JOHN O’ZEMKO “Ronnie O” “Who’s that slick chick?” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. DONNA LEE PAGE “Donna”“Shortie” Honor Roll 3; Girls Athletic Asso- ciation 2,3; Gymnastics 1,2; Outing Club 2; Field Hockey 2; Class Night Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Variety Show 4. PAUL PARE “Halfpint” ROSEMARIE PARE “Rosie Ozie” “What!” Wrestling 3. Nurses’ Aide 3. It I E E MARK ANTHONY PARLAPIANO “Parlo” “Hey why worry about it?” and 1,2; International Club 1,2,3; rack 2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; oik Club 3,4; Variety Show 4. HARRY PARLEE LOUISEANNA CECIL I A PASQUINE “Louise” C Arts Festival Committee 2. EDWARD PATALIK RICHARD PIANKA “Pinka” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Audio Visual Club 1; Amatuer Radio Club 3,4; Boys ' Swim Team 2,3,4. « ISM Office Aide 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Variety Show 4. KIMBERLY ANN PELLETIER “Kimmie” LINDA PATENAUDE “Patten " “Great Dev, How’s Fame?” Honor Roll 3; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Intramural Basketball 4; Bowling Club (Sec.) 2,3,4; Usherette for Play 4; Magazine Drive 4. DOUGLAS PIANGERELLI “Hippy Ginny Wop’’ “Where’s Tex?’’ CLAUDE PAULHUS “Jack” “Keep a steady mind” “Where’s the party?” Fermi ’76 3; Yearbook 1; Student Council 1; Junior Achievement 2,3 4; Baseball 1; Magazine Drive 4 DAWN PETERS “Dawn” “Hey Liz, you seen Dolores?” Social Studies Lab Aide 3; Audio Visual Club 2,3. Guidance Office Aide 1; Arts Festi- val Committee 2; Magazine Drive 4. GREGORY PERKINS “Greg” PATRICK N. PIEPER “Piep” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Usher for Play 2; Football 3,4; Floor Hockey 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. ! GEORGE R. POIRIER I Honor Roll 3,4; Track I; Ski Club I 1,2,3, (President) 4. MARTIN PROUTY “Marty” MARK STANLEY PLISZKA “Get Tough” Football 1. LORI POHORYLO SUSAN DORIS POMERLEAU “Sue” Future Nurses Club 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,4; Bowling Club 2; Guidance Office Aide 1,2; Maga- zine Drive 4; Nurses ' Aide 3. LAURIE ANN POMEROY Honor Roll 3, 4; Lamplight ers 1,2, 3,4; Social Studies Lab Aide 3,4; Usherette for Play 3; Junior Achievement 2; Variety Show 3,4. BARBARA POLEK “Barb” “See you later.” Honor Roll 2,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; FBLA 4; Ski Club 3; Variety Show 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Powderpuff Football 3. A- MARKG. PROVENCHER “Crow” Variety Show 4; Football 1,2; Powderpuff Football (Coach) 3; Track I. ti W GLENN REESE Honor Roll 2; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Variety Show 4; Cross Country 3, (Co-Capt.) 4; Football 1; Boys’ Basketball 1; Track 1,3 (Tri-Capt.) 4. CHARLES THOMAS PULERI “Chuck” “Mengia” Honor Roll 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 2,3,4; Homecom- ing Day Committee 2,3,4; Baseball 1; Football I, (Varsity) 2; Boys’ Basketball 1,3,4; Class Trip Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4. MALCOLM RAY “Mai” Honor Roll 3,4; Stage Band 3; Band 1,3; Literary Magazine 2,4. LYNN MARIE RANCOURT “Brrr ” Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Committee 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; DECA 3; FBLA 4; Ski Club 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Powderpuff Football 4; Variety Show 4. BONNIE ANN REDDEROTH “I realize that.” Honor Roll 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Concert Choir (President) 4; Cheerleading 1,2, (Varsity) 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3, 4; Nurses’ Aide 2,3,4; Student Ad- visory Board 3; Lamplighters 4; Human Involvement Program 4; Ski Club 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. LAWRENCE K. REGAN “Larry” JOSEPHINE RAMOS LINDA ANN RABIDEAU Mixed Chorus 3,4; Concert Choir 4; Lamplighters 1,4; Color Guard 3, (Capt.) 4; Track (Mgr.) 2. wm I Baseball 3. ED REID “Oscar” ROBERT REID “Bob” Ice Hockey 3,4. i PATRICK J. RENNA I “Pat” I “Unlock that ! % piano!” ' Honor Roll 1; Biology Award 2; ; Golf 4; Variety Show 4; Boys’ Bas- ketball 1; Baseball 1 . 1 ' I !■ MARY RICHER I ANDREW RIVERS “Andy” “Hey Boy” B Lamplighters 1; Soccer 1, 2,3,4. liE CYNTHIA RILEY “All set?” String Ensemble 2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Guidance Of- fice A ide 3,4; Magazine Drive 4. JOSEPH A. RINALDI “Joe” Honor Roll 1,3; Project Teach 3. r ’it KIM KATHERINE RIVEST “Kimmy” “The loner asks nothing of life ex- cept to be alone in himself, not being selfish nor extravagent, but just being.” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3; Concert Choir 4; Lamplighters 2; Literary Magazine 2,4; Variety Show 4; Junior Achievement 2; Track 3. JEFFREY ROBIDOUX SANDRA ROGERSON “Sandy” “ but 1 won’t say anything!” Flonor Roll 3; Cheerleading 2, (Varsity) 3, (Co-Capt.) 4; Home- coming Day Committee 2,3,4 Track (Manager) 3,4; Pep Squad 1; Girls’ Basketball 1; Usherette for Play 2; Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Senior Winter Prom Commit- tee 4; Human Involvement Pro- gram 4; Ski Club 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 1,4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. PAMELA ANN ROBERGE “Yippee” “You only live once, so live well while you still have time.” Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Arts Festival Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Nigh Committee 4; Office Occupations 4. JANE ROBERTS “Bob” “Huh! I don’t get it” Office Aide 2; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4. CHERYL ANN ROBSON FBLA 3. GARRY RODRIGUE DONNA ELAINE ROBINSON “Don” “Can’t wait ’til Friday!!” Ski Club 2. MARTHA ROTH “Marty” “Hey, Boo Boo!” Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Softball 1; Cheerleading 1. HAROLD RUSSELL TIMOTHY STEVEN SARNO “Tim” DECA 3. ROSANNE MARIE ROUTHIER “Rosie” “No sir! What?” Pep Squad 2; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; International Club 4; FBLA 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; UN Day Com- mittee 4. KATHLEEN RUBY “Kathy” Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Lamplighters 1,3; String Ensemble 2,3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Senior Farewell Prom Com- mittee 3; Band 2, (Sec.) 3, (V.- Pres.) 4; Library Aide 1; Literary Magazine 4. PATRICIA ANN SALISBURY “Pat” Honor Roll 1,3,4; Yearbook (Art Ed.) 4; Senior Winter Prom Com- mittee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Junior Achievement 3; Class Night Committee 4; Mag- azine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. ELIZABETH GAIL SANDS Mixed Chorus 1,3,4; Senior Wintei Prom Committee 4; Senior Farew- ell Prom Committee 4; Color Guard (Capt.) 1; Arts Festival Committee 3. G. WARREN RUTHERFORD VANCE NEIL SAWAMURA Honor Roll 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook (Sports Ed.) 4; Scholar-Athlete Award 1; Foot- ball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Wres- tling (Co-Capt.) 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 4. DEBRA ANN SCANLON “Debbie” “Party” Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Cheer- leading 2; Ski Club 3, (Treas.) 4; Magazine Drive 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Powderpuff Football 4. KENNETH N. SCARBOROUGH “Kenny” Track 1. CARLSCAVOTTO “Scats” Football 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Junior Achievement 2; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. MICHAEL EDWARD SCAVOTTO Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farew- ell Prom Committee 4; Homecom- ing Day Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. CINDY SCHIENDA “Cin” “You’re alright” Honor Roll 4; Library Aide 3,4; Office Aide 1; Variety Show 4. CORRINE SCHLEICHER “Slich” “Let’s not and say we did” Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Powderpuff Football 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Variety Show 4. GAYLE SCHNEIDER Honor Roll 2,3,4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2; Homecoming Day Committee 2,4; Class Trip Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Powderpuff Football (Capt.) 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. FRANCIS T. SCHOOK “Fran” “Get Tough” JOHN H. SCHULTHESS HI “That’s what she said. ” International Club 3,4; Ski Club 1; Magazine Drive (Top-Seller) 4; Variety Show 4; Class Trip Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 4. DAVID SHARRON “Dave” PHILIP SEIDEL “Philippo” “Phil” Gymnastics 2; Planetarium Aide 4; Class Night Committee 4; Ice Hockey 4; Floor Hockey 2. DIANE SHAUGHNESSY “Irish Power” Honor Roll 1,3; Outing Club 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Human Involvement Program 2, 3; UN Day Committee 2; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. MARK SHEA “Shea” sans song, sans wine, sans singer, and sans end.” Ski Club 4; Cross Country 4; Track 1,4. i I AUDREY SHEAR I RICHARD RAYMOND SKIZEWSKI " Ski” Graduation Host 3; Junior Prom Committee 2,3,4; Senior Wintei Prom Committee 2,3,4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 2,3,4; Office Aide 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Variety Show 4; Class Night Committee 4; Football 1, (Varsity) 2,3,4; Wrestling 4; Baseball 1, (Varsity) 2,3,4; Donkey Basketball 3,4. ANTHONY SMITH “Tony” “Turkey” Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JAMES FRANCIS SHEEHAN “Dukes” DECA 3; Football 1; Boys’ Basket- ball 1,2,3, (Capt.) 4; Track 1; Base- ball 1,3,4; Variety Show 4. KATHLEEN SILVER “Kathy” Honor Roll 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3; International Club 4; FBLA 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Nurses Aide 4; Class Night Committee 4. MARY SMALLEY “Mooch” “Meet ya in the green floor girl’s room” Library Aide 1; FBLA 3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; KARIN JOAN MARIE SMILGYS Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Lamplighters 1; Bowling Club 4; International Club 4; Project Teach 2; Planetarium Aide 3; Womens Action Corps 3; DECA 3; FBLA 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Junior Achievement (Treas.) 2,3; Class Night Committee 4; Arts Festival Committee 3. BETTY ANN SLANETZ “Bet” Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Human Involve- ment Program 3; International Club 3; Ski Club 2,3; Junior Achievement 2,3; Baseball (Score- keeper) 1 . ROBYN GAYLE SMITH “Rubbu” “No Ss. ! %!” Honor Roll 1,2; Variety Show 4; Junior Achievement 2; Office Oc- cupations 4; Girl’s Basketball 1 . GAILSOUCIE Library Aide 1; DECA 3; FBLA 3; Office Occupations 4. II ROBERT E. STEIGER “Bob” “Hey! Look at that” Band 2,3,4. JAMES SMYTH “Smitty” Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4. JAYNE FRANCES SMYTH “Right on!” Honor Roll 1,3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Fare- well Prom Committee 4; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Student Council 1; Junior Achieve- ment 2; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4. MARK FREDRICK STEARS “Mark” “Make Mine Rambler” Lamplighters 1; Social Studies Lab Aide 2; Football 2; Boys’ Swim Team 2,3,4; 100 Mile Swim Club 4; DECA (V.-Pres.) 3,4; State First Place Sales Demonstration Winner 3. JAMES STEELE “Jim” DEBORAH SUE STELMAT “Debbie” “Deb-z” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Band 1,2, (Mgr.) 3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Homecoming Day Com- mittee 4; Variety Show 4; Usher- ette for Play 3,4; Class Trip Com- mittee 4; Class Night Committee 4. PHILIP STRUTHERS “Phil” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4. JAMES STUART RICHARD KEVIN SYLVESTER “All American Boy” CHARLES SZENIAWSKI Honor Roll 4; Soccer 1,2; Track 2; Football (Varsity) 3; Variety Show 4. RONALD ANDREW TARASCIO “R.A.T.” or “Ron” “Hey man, whadaya think’a that one!” Honor Roll 4; Band 2,3,4; Maga- zine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. JOHNTARGONSKI Lamplighters 3; Audio Visual Club 1,2,3. ijK. I- M ■ MICHAEL ALEXANDER TARNOWICZ “Mike” “Ah, come on, give me a break, eh!” Football 1,2,3, (Tri-Capt.) 4; Track 1,2,3, (Tri-Capi.) 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4. MARJORIE LYNN TAW SE “Lynn” Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; junior Achievement 2; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. MARY JANETKACZ “Teak’ “Rog-er” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Office Aide 2,4; Junior Achievement (President) 2, 3; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- tee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. PAULTRACZYNSKI “Little Joe” “I think therefore I am” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Project Teach 2,3; Planetarium Aides 2; Folk Club 4; Football 1; Track 1,3; Boys’ Swim Team 2,3,4; Computer Club (President) 4; Science Depart- ment Aide 1; Variety Show 4 KATHERYN THEOFILES “Kathy” “Sure” ALPHONSINE TROW BRIDGE “Al” Honor Roll 4; Lamplighters 1; Li- brary Aide 1 ; Guidance Office Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. DIANE TESKE “Banana” Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4; Girls Athletic Association 1,2; Hostess for Senior Farewell Prom 3; Homecoming Day Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Softball 1,2,3, 4; Intramural Soccer 1; Intramural Volleyball 1; Field Hockey (Var- sity) 1,2,3, (Co-Capt.) 4; Girls’ Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Variety Show 4. KATHLEEN MARY TRAYNOR “Kathy” Homecoming Day Committee 2; Magazine Drive 4. r JOSEPH KARL VOSSEN “Grover” “Good Morning” Honor Roll 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Audio Visual Club 1; Chess Club 1; Boys’ Basketball 1; Track 1,2; Boys’ Swim Team 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. CHRISTOPHER N. UNGHIRE “Chris” BARBARA ANN VIENS “Barb” “Hi, How are ya?” Pep Squad 2; Junior Achievement 2; Lamplighters 2,3,4. SUSANNEUZELL “Sue” Girls’ Swim Team 2. KAREN LEE MILLER VIDITO “Chester” “I don’t believe it” Lamplighters 1; Newspaper Staff 1; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Majorettes 1,4; Majorette Award 1; DECA 3; FBLA 4; Homecoming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. NANCY JEAN VOKES “Nan” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farew- ell Prom Committee 4; FBLA 4; Junior Achievement 2; Office Oc- cupations 4; Girls’ Basketball 1; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. SANDRA R, VREELAND “Sandi” “1 gotta go to the bathroom.” Library Aide 2; Variety Show 4. RONALD VESCE “Flash” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Boys’ Tennis 3,4. JAMES JOSEPH W ASKIEL “Jim” Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Lamplighters 3; Audio Visual Club 1,2; Citizens Award 1; Nutrition Counsel Award 1 . FRANK WENTWORTH “That’s life” DEBRA LEE WHAPLES “Whops” “1 can ' t take this” Honor Roll 3; Cheerleading 2,3, (Varsity) 4; Homecoming Day- Committee 2,3,4; Enfield Scholar- ship Foundation 3,4; Fermi Host- ess 3,4; Girls’ Basketball 1; Office Aide 1; Softball 1; Pep Squad 1,2; Gymnastics 2; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 2,3; Graduation Hostess 3; Usherette for Gradua- tion 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Lamplighters 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Human In- volvement Program 4; Ski Club 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. LISA WALERYSZAK Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Ski Club 2,3, 4; Homecoming Day Committee 2, 3,4; Nurses’ Aide 3,4; Powderpuff Football 2,3,4; Softball 1; Cheer- leading 1; Class Secretary 2; FBLA 3; Usherette for Graduation 3; Ju- nior Prom Committee 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Outing Club 4; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4. EDNA DELVENA WARE “Heysocks” “Chalkup another one for Pat and Edna” Concert Choir 1; Pep Squad 2; Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; FBLA 4; Magazine Drive 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JACQUELINE ANN WELLS “Jackie” “Bubbles” ROBERT WEATHERWAX “Bob” Honor Roll 1,2; Guidance Office Aide 1; Softball 1; Cheerleading 2; Class Treasurer 2,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3,4; Office Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4; Public Relations Com- mittee 4. ALICE LOUISE WARMOUTH “Well you can’t have everything.” Mixed Chorus 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; FBLA 3; Magazine Drive 4; Varie- ty Show 4. KAREN WIGGINS “Wigs” or “Wiggles” Social Studies Lab Aide 3; Maga- zine Drive 4. CLINTON ANDREW WILLIAMS “Dirty Harry Eastwood” Honor Roll 3,4; Intramurals 1; Bowling Club 2,3,4; Planetarium Aide 3; Magazine Drive 4. MARY ELIZABETH WHITE “Mary Beth” “What did you say?” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Yearbook (Ass’t Sen. Sect. Ed.) 3, (Ass’t. Ed., Sen. Sect. Ed.) 4; Fermi ’76 3, (Treas.) 4; Usherette for Play 2,3; Home- coming Day Committee 2,3,4; Of- fice Aide 1; Field Hockey 2; Girls Athletic Association 2; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2; Gradua- tion Hostess 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Laurel Girls’ State Representative 3; Connecticut Congressional Intern 3; Contact Staff 4; Literary Magazine 4; Ski Club 4; Model UN 4. CAROL ANN WILCOX Lamplighters 1,2, 3,4; Mixed Cho- rus 1; Pep Squad 2; Junior Achievement 2. DONALD WHITEWAY “Don” “What?” Honor Roll 3,4; Lamplighters 1,2, 3, (Hist.) 4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3, (Treas.) 4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 3,4. SUSAN WILCOX “Susie” Girls Athletic Association 2; Office Aide 4; Magazine Drive 4; Nurses Aide 4; Girls’ Swim Team 2. DAVID WILBER “Farmer” “Don’t work too hard” Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- or Society 3,4; Lamplighters 2,4; String Ensemble 4; Stage Band 2,3, 4; Band 1, 2,3,4, Variety Show 3,4; Floor Hockey 2. KELLI MARIE WILLIS Honor Roll 3,4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior Farewell Prom Committee 4; Gymnastics 2; Outing Club 4; Ski Club 1, 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; Variety Show 4; Student Council 1; Nurses’ Aide 3; Junior Achievement 2,3; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Com- mittee 4. ROBERT WILLIAM WILSON “Wil” Intramurals 1; Ski Club 1; Chess Club 1; Track 1,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 4. JEAN WOIKE “Bean”, “Beanie” “You Jerk” Concert Choir 1; Lamplighters 1; Library Aide 1; Office Aide 1; Guidance Office Aide 1; DECA 3; Variety Show 4. PRISCILLA WRIGHT “Pris” Honor Roll 2,3,4; Usherette for Graduation 3; Bowling Club 3; Project Teach 4; Variety Show 4. DAVID YOUNG LEE-ETTA ZACCARO “Lee” Human Involvement Program 3; Magazine Drive 4. CAROL ZAJACZKOWSKI “Polack” “I can’t go, Jimmy will get mad at me” Library Aide 1, Guidance Office Aide 2; DECA 2; Office Occupa- tions 4. MARK ZARCARO “Zac” “Hey! What’re ya gonna do?” Senior Farewell Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Day Committee 2, 3,4; Nurses’ Aide 4; Class Night Committee 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Ice Hockey 4; Track 1; Variety Show 4. IVAZIEKE “Gooney Bird” “Oh no!” Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 3,4; Senior Fa- rewell Prom Committee 3,4; Homecoming Day Committee 2,3, 4. DESPINA ZOVAS “Debbie” Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Project Teach 3; Guidance Office Aide 3,4; Maga- zine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; Home- coming Day Committee 4; Class Trip Committee 4; Class Night Committee 4; Variety Show 4. 94 CAMERA SHY 1975 DAVID BUYNICKI JOHN CEPIEL RICHARD CHAMBERLAND SCOTT DUMAS EDWARD EMERY EDWARD GIRARD ZED GRIFFIN ANTONIO JOHNSON ROBERT HADLEY PATRICIA KONDRACKI PETER MARTURANO DAVID MAROCCHINI JOEL McNABB PATRICIA PRINCE MICHAEL MONTOYA MARK STEWARD SCOTT WAGNER MARK VINCENZO STEPHEN WILCOX PAUL WILGOSKI 95 ' When all else is lost, the future still remains. ” GIRLS’ FIELD HOCKEY Top Row (Left to Right I — Betsy Hall (Mgr), Donna D’Orazio, Annette Deragon, Polly Bachman, Bette Derose, Janet Mack, Janice Davis, Debbie Nelson, Cathy Griffith, Mary Ellen Moore, Chris Pieper, Rosemarie Bellantuono, Debbie Agro (Mgr), Miss R. Sullivan (coach); Middle Row - Debbie Bourque, Gayle Hutchinson, Lynn Gangone, Lynne Delay, Diane Teske; Bottom Row — Anne Scavotto, Debbie Teske, Margie Davis, Ro- sanne Captain, April Blevins, Donna Hanscomb. In any team sport, if the team is to function effectively, all members must work well together. As our season prog- f 4 ressed, each individual learned to give of herself to help the team and feel the unity develop among the entire squad. Out season record of 7 wins — 4 loss- es — 2 ties shows the ability of the team to work together for a common goal: a ■ Fermi victory. ■ .. For the second straight year, the . . 1 , ' , ‘ team qualified for the CIAC State Field Hockey Tournament. Winning play Top — Coach R. Sullivan; Bottom Left to Right - Co-Caplain Diane Teske and Co-Captain Debbie Bourque. Coach Rosemary Sullivan The talent of our five graduating se- niors will certainly be missed, but the developing skills displayed on our J.V. squad are commendable, and should put the Fermi field hockey team into the 197 State Tournament again next fall. I congratulate the girls on their efforts this ’74-’75 season and say 1 am already anticipating the next season of play. Miss R. Sullivan, Coach Seniors: Left to Right Debbie Bourque, Gayle Hutchinson, Lynn Gangone, Lynne Delay, Diane Teske. Iv 1 99 VARSITY SCORES. 1974 SEASON 7 WINS, 4 LOSSES, 2 TIES Fermi 1 Windham 0 Fermi 1 Manchester 0 Fermi 0 Hall 3 Fermi 1 Enfield . . . . 1 Fermi 3 Windham 0 Fermi 2 Conard 1 Fermi 2 Conard . 3 Fermi 2 Enfield 1 Fermi 0 Manchester I Fermi 2 Windsor Locks 1 Fermi 1 Hall 2 Fermi 6 South Windsor 0 Fermi 1 NcwinRlon . . 1 CIAC STATE TOURNAMENT Fermi . 1 Newtown 3 Individual Commitment to a Group Effort makes a Team Work 101 CROSSCOUNTRY Senior Co-Captain Glenn Reese Senior Co-Captain Mike Jones Senior Mark Shea Only in its second year as a varsity sport, cross country has begun to develop a tradition of excellent performers. Senior co-captain Glenn Reese won eight dual meets, set three new course records, and placed fourth in the CCIL league meet. Complementing Glenn was junior Don Gonzalez who consistently finished second or third in dual meets and tenth in the League Championships. Although the record may appear dismal, it is also misleading. Most meets were not decided until the last competitor crossed the finish line. The leadership and competitive qualities of such fine young men as Glenn Reese, Mike Jones, and Mark Shea will serve as excellent models for future teams. Standing Front Left to Right: Eric Guiliano, James Guilmette, William Sweetman, Donald Campbell, Stephen DelMarco, Donald Gonzalez, David Boyajian. Kneeling From Left to Right: Mark Shea, Mike Jones, Glenn Reese, Coach Stephen Ross. Missing from picture, Mark Parlapiano. 102 M 1 111 F rm Ferru Ferro Ferro Ferro Ferro Ferro Ferro Ferro Ferro Ferro Fermi Fermi Fermi VARSITY SCORES nF 1974 SEASON 29 Minncchaug ,28 28 Windsor . . . 27 31 Manchester 25 41 Windham . . 15 Somers , 48 32 Tolland 39 Conard 32 Penney 31 Windsor Locks 35 East Hartford 41 Norwich Free Academy j-r Wethersfield 30 Hall 33 Enfield 103 FOOTBALL p res 72 ;3 35. 45y5 B24g;4e,;5_5,v2 98 61 «8P;63 H VARSITY AND J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM — First Row: Ed Quinn (manager), John Loubier, Mark Zarcaro, Dave Ouellette, Greg Boyajian, Mike Daly, Dan Guilmette, Carl Scavotto, Mike Tarnowicz (Tri-Capt.), Bob Francoeur (Tri-Capt.), Pete Lamagna (Tri-Capt), Jerry Lepore, Rich Ski- zewski, Glenn Marinelli, Rich Marks, Bob Wilson, Matt Mailman, Bob Desjardin, Pat Pieper, Coach Lengyel, Coach Occhiuti. Second Row: Coach Nuccio, Coach Barker, Kevin Harris, Tony Arre, Don Durfee, Frank Maliszewski, Gary Parks, Joe Spence, Greg Marks, Scott Ottman, Dick Mad- sen, Mike Rook, John Mayo, Vince Breslin, Jim Duffy, Scott Boucher, Dave St. Martin, R. Criscitelli, Frank Messinger, Tom Rooney, David Lillis (manager). Third Row: Terry Thomas, Steve Hayduski, Derek Thomas, Tom Mulcay, Bill Tidwell, Tom McCarthy, Bill Sroka, Phil Marcoux, Stew- art Sibley, Scott Blewett, Bob Lemieux, Pat Crowley, Scott Bergstrom, Jim Ciriello, Eric Tarnowicz, Dave Thibodeau, Steve Testoni, Glenn Mason (manager). Missing From Picture: Steve Angelica, Rich Sands, Fred Johanns, Bill Storey. COACHING STAFF — Joseph Occhiuti, Robert Lengyel (Asst. TRI-CAPTAINS Bob Francoeur, Mike Tarnowicz, Pete Lamagna. Coach), Joseph Nuccio (Head Coach), William Barker. Winning, losing, happiness, and sadness are all elements of the game of football. But what does football mean? Hard work, guts, and pride in the real meaning of football. Football is when a league of men come to battle on a common ground and demonstrate power. This power is superiority and this superiority is pride. Pride not only in ourselves but in our fami- lies and the school for which we stand. When the last contest is over, and wins and losses are forgotten, our pride remains and our school still stands. And most important we live our lives with the friends, knowledge, and the pride which this game has bred. THE SENIORS First Row: Mike Tarnowicz (Tri-Capt.). Bob Francoeur (Tri-Capl.), Pete Lamagna (Tri-Capt.)- Second Row: Steve Angelica. Mark Zarcaro, Jerry Lepore, John Loubier, Dave Ouellette, Bob Desjardin, Matt Mailman. Third Row: Bob Wilson. Carl Scavof . Glenn Marinelli. Greg Boyajian. Pat Pieper. Rich Marks. Rich Skizewski. Mike Daly. Missing From Picture: Dan Guilmette. VARSITY SCORES 1974 SEASON 5WINS, 5 LOSSES Fermi 34 Kennedy 16 Fermi 12 East Hartford 26 Fermi 30 Hall 61 Fermi 20 Wethersfield 38 Fermi 6 Windham 23 Fermi 28 Penney 26 Fermi 59 Manchester 0 Fermi 51 South Catholic 15 Fermi 14 Conard 26 Fermi 37 Enfield 34 VICTORY OVER ENEIELD HIGHLIGHTS SEASON!! and the game begins. 105 The power sweep. Follow me Lepore, I know the way out, We got you now! OH, OH!! Trouble!! Boy, they sure look big!! Touchdown! You take it, Pete! Hold on. Help is on the way. i ' tSf Jiy Varsity Team — First Row: Don Michaud, Mark Bouchard, Keith Patenaude (Co-Capt.), Ken Morris (Co-Capt.), Ken Alexander, Matt Wachowiak, Sec- ond Row: Dennis Montminy, Chris Radcliff, Jim Bialobrzeski, Rick Holmes, Steve Michaud, Dave Parker, Third Row: Coach Batista, Dave Burn, Rich Scussel, Andy Rivers, Roger Giguere, Joe Maliszewski, Teofe Ziemnicki, Ken Christensen, Mel Wachowiak. Co-Captain Keith Patenaude, Coach Batista, Co- Captain Ken Morris. All good things must have a starting point. This season was the beginning of a fine soccer team. Our record of 4 wins, 10 losses, and 0 ties does not really tell the true story. With the exception of two games, our soccer team played exceptionally well, losing most of our games by only one or two goals. Next year, our players will have had a little more experience and are expect- ed to make a good showing of themselves. It is always a pleasure to work with athletes so ready, willing, and able to perform. Coach Chico Batista Ken Morris Joe Maliszewski 108 Ken Christensen Andy Rivers soccer 74 I I i i i VARSITY SCORES 1974 SEASON 4 WINS. 10 LOSSES Fermi . 0 Avon . 3 Fermi . , 0 Manchester , , 3 Fermi . , 5 Penney 0 Fermi 3 E. Hartford 1 Fermi 0 Conard 3 Fermi 0 RHAM 3 Fermi 2 Windham 1 Fermi 0 Enfield 4 Fermi 0 Wethersfield 3 Fermi 1 Hall 2 Fermi 0 Manchester 1 Fermi 4 Penney 0 Fermi 1 E. Hartford 2 Fermi 1 Enfield 5 Soccer bubblegum? Put your dukes up! GIRLS’ SWIM TEAM 74-75 R • 11 li j |i f f ’• 1 The girls’ swim learn made outstanding strides in its effort to increase its win-loss record. As always, the final outcome is not an indication of the hard work and perseverance which is required to complete a competitive schedule . The team, co-captained by seniors Kathy King and Donna Gonzalez, enjoyed a 3-8-1 record. The two captains developed and encouraged the com- radeship necessary in any sport. They created a good personality balance leading to good rapport which solidified the team. Their contributions in their respective swimming events were also im- portant factors in their ability to lead. Other performances by seniors Debi Douville and Kathy Duren will be greatly missed next year. The dedication and effort of senior Joanne Daley, who began her swimming career as a man- ager in her sophomore year, was an inspiration to all new comers to the team . Six swimmers met qualifying times for the state sectionals: Donna Gonzalez in the 200yd and 400 yd freestyle events; Diane Suleski in the 400 yd freestyle; Kathy Duren in the 50 yd and the 100 yd butterfly; Sandy Noonan in the 50 yd and the 100 yd breaststroke; Debi Douville in the 100 yd breaststroke and the 200 yd individual medley. Sophomore diver Mary McCusker performed in the state diving preliminaries at Hamden High School and is looking forward to a promising ca- reer on the team. The juniors and sophomores provided the core of the team. Performers to look forward to next year and were highlights of this year’s team are Sandy Noonan, Kathy Mon. and Mary Mc- Cusker to name a few. MANAGERS: Lori Jensen, Coach Lora Arnold, Sue Jensen, Sue Hartley. (Missing from picture; Gay Messenger). GIRLS’ ' SWTM! T£AM!ff}-lf?i(9wrf J Diane Suleski, Peggy Maher, Lynda Lucey, Darlene Bower. Sandy Noonan. MaryAnn Drennan. Kathy King (Co-Capt.). Row 2: Joanne Daley, bi Douville,, .Mary McCusker. Ter CwUs. Nanci Goodrow, SJtaron Hartley, Kathy .Mon. Sue Pieper, Eileen Quinn. Row 3: Peggy Sheak, Darlene Ainsworth, Rachel Morin. Patty Healey, Mary Micciulla, Donna Gonzalez (co-capt ). Coach Lora Arnold m ill m} H PS li ' ■ I .! iI ' ImI SENIORS: Joanne Daley, Debi Douville, Kathy King, Kathy Duren, Donna Gonzal ez. Why didn’t I stay home today? VARSITY SCORES 1974 SEASON 3 WINS, 8 LOSSES, 1 TIE Fermi 29 Hall 93 Fermi 57 Hartford Public . 63 Fermi . 99 Wethersfield ... 116 Fermi 99 Conard 133 Fermi 49 Hartford Public . . 72 Fermi . 93 Windsor Locks . Ill Fermi . 49 East Hartford ... 73 Fermi . 63 Bulkeley 56 Fermi 117 Penney 90 Fermi . 61 Bulkeley 61 Fermi . 40 Windham 82 Fermi . 87 Enfield 35 Uh-Oh, I think I’m going to sneeze. I think this just cured my hiccups. Did you hear the one about Senior Kathy King Senior Joanne Daley they developed the comradeship necessary in any sport. Senior Debi Douville Off to a flying start! Senior Kathy Duren Senior Donna Gonzalez Signs of another Fermi victory. I i II 116 COACH AND CAPTAINS — Coach Ro Sulli- van, Co-captain Gayle Hutchinson, Co-captain Diane Teske. ITBASKEIiC Back Row, Left To Right. Rosemary Sullivan (Coach), Lynn Gangone (mgr.), IfebbieAourque, Sheryl Wild, Br da Mitchell, GajSe HutAin- son, Bets Hal (mgr.); L-R, Ch Pien , Janet Mack, Ljnne J lay, Cathy GrimM L-R, Naiomi Wh; t, ifue Jensen, April Bl ijj L-R, Debbie Nel|Bt Debbie Argo (mgr.), |j ie Teske, Diane Tesk SENIORS Top To Bottom: Gayle Hutchinson, Debbie Bourque, Lynne Delay, Diane Teske. The 1974-1975 girls’ basketball season was definitely a successful one, culminated by the team qualifying for the Class L State Tournament. The regular season record of 1 1-7 does not accurately convey the high caliber of play against strong league teams and the skillful determination maintained by the girls throughout the Season. High points of the season included wins over Enfield High and Penney High, who previously had consistently beaten Fermi in basketball. In tourna- ment play the team ranked 2 1st in a field of 25 Class L schools, in their 60-5 1 defeat to 12th ranked West Haven, the team effort and competitiveness were highly commendable. The high scoring talents of seniors Debbie Bourque (season total; 332 points) and Co-Capt. Gayle Hutchinson (215 pts.) will be missed next season as will the ball handling skills of Lynne Delay and Co- Capt. Diane Teske. The JV team compiled a 9-7 record and gained valuable basketball experi- ence as well as individual growth throughout the season which should be key elements in another successful varsity season in 1975-76. The underclassmen join me in wishing the seniors the best of luck next year. Miss Sullivan. 117 j Fermi VARSITY SCORES 1975 Season .32 Manchester . 26 Fermi . . . 32 Hall . 50 Fermi 62 . . Commerce . 39 Fermi . . . 32 . . Conard . 55 Fermi 60 . . E. Hartford 26 Fermi .31 . Penney . 27 Fermi 42 . . Windham . 53 Fermi .39 . . Enfield 29 Fermi . 63 Wethersfield . 22 Fermi . . . . 53 . Manchester . 33 Fermi . . .32 Hall 62 Fermi .59 Commerce . 38 Fermi .36 . Conard 61 Fermi . . .35 Enfield . 44 Fermi .39 Windham 31 Fermi .39 E. Hartford . 26 Fermi 46 Wethersfield . 32 Fermi . . . 20 Penney . 29 Fermi CIAC TOURNAMENT 51 West Haven 60 118 BOYS’ SWIMMING “I hope it’s not cold!” “Mr. Lengyel, I’ve changed my mind, I don’t want to dive today!” “I don’t want to get my feet wet!” “Mr. Lengyel, he already passed you!” “What did you say your name was?” fSAJUCUAl) Superman? “Boyajian, I’m warning you! the next time you hide my suit. I’ll 119 Senior Jim Oilman Senior Joe Annis 120 Senior Tom Frigon Senior Jay Beigel Senior Mike Dugan VARSITY SCORES, 1975 SEASON 10 WINS, 5 LOSSES Eermi ... 98 . . . Windsor Locks . . 77 Eermi ... 95 . . Watertown 75 Eermi ... 98 . . . Alumni 72 Eermi ... 73 . . . Conard 95 Fermi ... 98 . . Manchester 78 Fermi ... 96 . Hartford Public 76 Fermi ... 92 . . Wethersfield 80 Fermi ... 77 . . . Glastonbury 90 Fermi . . . 95 . . . East Hartford . . . 78 Fermi . . . 76 . . Hall 95 Fermi . . 97 . . . . Xavier .... 72 Fermi . . 103 . . . . . Norwich 69 Fermi . . 74 . . . . . Penney 98 Fermi . . 83 . . . Windham 88 Fermi . 104 . . . . Enfield 68 The swimming team finished this season with a 10 win, 5 loss dual meet record and placed fifth in the CCIL championship meet. Seven of the eleven school records were broken this year. Senior tri-captain Jim Ottman was involved in four of the seven records. Individually, Jim broke the school record in the 100 yard freestyle (54:9), 200 yard frees- tyle (1:59:9), and the 500 yard freestyle (5:30:3). Jim Ottman, Joe An- nis, Tom Frigon and Dave Burn lowered the 400 freestyle relay record to 3:45:8. Mike Slattery, Mike Healey, Tom Alexander and Tom Fri- gon lowered the 200 yard medley relay time to 1:52:34. Tom Alexander lowered his own record in the 100 yard butterfly event to 1:00:8. Mike Slattery broke Jay Beigel’s record in the 100 yard backstroke with a time of 1:06:4. Junior Mike Healey was the only swimmer to qualify for the state championship, doing so in the 100 yard breaststroke ( 1 :09:24). Front Row — Left To Right — Kathy Duren, Tom Frigon, Joe Annis, Jim Ottman, Mike Dugan, Jay Beigel, Paul Traczynski, Coach Bob Lengyel. Second Row — Dave Boyajian, Joe Tabone, Mike Slattery, Dave Burn. Mike Healey, Don Hayward, Steve Korb, Mike Traynor, Mike Craddy, Mary McCusker. Third Row - Dave Roessler, Mike Fusco, Frank Gaw ' le, Ken Cherpak, Mike Baum, Pete Beigel, George Schoeber, Mary Micciulla, Patty Healey. tr BOYS’ BASKETBALL ’75 1975 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Left To Right) Ken Morris, Chuck Puleri, John Mayo, Jim Lemeris, Jerry Lepore, Coach Tom Snipe, Coach Dave Shea, Bill Baskerville, Dave Laraway (co-capt.), Jeff Starr, Mike Drennan, Bob Francoeur, Jim Sheehan (co-capt.). Kneeling: Mike Scavatto, manager. Missing from picture: Keith Patenaude. The Fermi High Basketball Team finished the 1974-1975 season with an 8-12 record. The season was rather disappointing, since the team had a minimum goal of at least qualifying for the post-season tourna- ment which requires a .500 season. The 8-12 record is identical to the previous year’s record when the team was comprised mostly of juniors. This year’s team consisted mostly of returning se- niors, 8 in all. While experience was a Falcon advan- tage, being a new entry in a strong league turned out to be Fermi’s biggest obstacle. The C.C.I.L., or Cen- tral Connecticut Interscholastic League, besides being new, was a well balanced league. Actually, a team could defeat any other team on a given night. This is indicated by the Falcons’ close ballgames, including five losses by 3 points or less. These types of losses led to a dismal 3-1 1 record at one time, but the Falcons bounced back to take their last 5 out of 6! We graduating seniors have the utmost respect for the returning underclassmen. We spent much of our hard hours of practice with them, and we would like to wish all of them the best of luck in 75-76. Co-Captain Dave Laraway 122 Senior Mike Drennan Senior Ken Morris Senior Jim Sheehan VARSITY SCORES 1975 SEASON 8 WINS 12 LOSSES Fermi , , . . 54 . . Windsor Locks 67 Fermi , . . . 58 . . . . Manchester 57 Fermi .... 58 , . Hall 71 Fermi 59 . . Conard 74 Fermi ... 71 . . East Hartford 60 Fermi . . 50 . Wethersfield 52 Fermi ... 59 . Penney 61 Fermi .... 48 . . Windham 50 Fermi . . 68 . Enfield 65 Fermi .... 54 . . Cathedral 65 Fermi .... 73 . . . Manchester 77 Fermi ... 65 . . . . . Hall 84 Fermi ... 47 . . . . . Conard 56 Fermi ... 58 . . Enfield 64 Fermi . 64 . . . East Hartford 61 Fermi .... 68 . . . Wethersfield 67 Fermi .... 62 . Penney ... 57 Fermi ... 84 . . . . Windham 87 Fermi .... 65 . . . Windsor Locks 58 Fermi .... 68 . . . .. Springfield Commerce 59 ! Senior Bob Francoeur Senior Chuck Puleri Senior Dave Laraway Senior Jerry Lepore J.V. TEAM: (Kneeling) Stu Sibley, Terry Thomas, Pat Crowley, Scott Bergstrom, Jay D’Aleo. Standing: Jeff Starr, Doug Saley, Tom Rooney, Coach Tom Snipe, Bill Baskerville, Frank Mensinger, Chris Rackliffe. Missing from pic- ture: Eric Ruby, Mike Bruno. I Any wrestling team in its second year of infancy, that enters the CCIL faces highly skilled and well disciplined opponents. The true test of a team is not whether they win or lose; its the manner in which they face the challenges ahead, always giving one hundred percent, yet accepting the ultimate decision with a clear conscience and a feeling of pride and accomplishment. The Fermi wrestlers have displayed this attitude in all that they have done. Their spirit, effort, and conduct is unsurpassed within the league. Recognition and praise was constantly awarded them from parents, teachers, and opposing team members and coaches in reference to their improvement from last year. A record of 4- 1 2 does not do justice to a team that possesses these fine qualities. As much as 1 would like to, I as coach, cannot accept full credit for the team’s progress. The ma- jority of the credit belongs our two Co-captains, Vance Sawamura and Rick Marks. When leader- ship of such a high calibre is displayed from two young men like Vance and Rich, it makes my job much easier. Credit must also be given to Greg Boyajian — not only for the best record of the sea- son (10-4-2) — but for tremendous cooperation and strong support. My sincerest thanks and best wishes are with these three young men. My congratulations to the entire team for a very rewarding season. 126 Coach Greg Terrio VARSITY TEAM; Front Row I Left To Right ) — Roy Deschenes, Mark (Co-Caot.). Rich Skizewski, Greg Boyajian. Back Row (Left To Right) - John Lombardo, Don Gonzalez, Chris Golec. Missing from Picture — Bob Zarcaro, Rich Marks (Co-Capt.), Vance Sawamura - Greg Terrio (Coach), Rick Scussel, Bob Streeter, Wilson, Paul Faille. TUNG VARSITY SCORES, 1975 SEASON 4 WINS, 12 LOSSES Fermi . . 0 . Simsbury 65 Fermi . 36 Rham 21 Fermi . 62 . Spfld. Commerce 7 Fermi . 40 . Bacon Academy 21 Fermi . 30 . Farmington 39 Fermi . 20 . Manchester 40 Fermi . 15 . Spfld. Classical . 33 Fermi . 3 . Hall 58 Fermi . 21 . Bloomfield 38 Fermi . 0 . Conard 60 Fermi 5 . East Hartford . . . 47 Fermi . 3 . Wethersfield . . . 49 Fermi . 0 . Penney 63 Fermi . 21 . Rockville 48 Fermi 12 . Windham 46 Fermi 39 . Enfield 25 Co-Captain Vance Sawamura ! ' 1 — r- ' mib ' 1 y ' h 1 4 JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM: Front Row (Left To Right! — Mark Pian- ka, Ralph Beaudoin, Mike Leborius, Earl Fissette. Back Row (Left To Right! — George Diaz, Mark Kauffman, Wayne Cardoso, Rich Thomas, Dennis Duga. Missing from Picture — Ralph Archetti. Co-Captain Rich Marks 127 SENIORS Jon Pare Dix Jones Mark Angelica Pete Lamagna Tom Ledger i 1975 ICE HOCKEY TEAM; First Row — I Left To Right} Pat Lynch (mgr.). Bob Regan, Joe Cannella (tri-capt.), Stacy Lavertu, Tom Ledger, Bill Gallager; Second Row — Tony Lombardi, Dave Sawtell, Bill Pettola, Glen Rasmussen, Ken Gatto, Rick Lamagna (tri-capt.), Gary Cummings (tri- capt.), Jon Pare, Mary Traynor (mgr.); Third Row — Rene Levesque (mgr.) Jim Chevalier, Dave Jensen, Dean Buczkowski, Rene Golden,, Dix Jones, Mark Anglelica, Bob Koehler, Mike Cizeski, Pete Lamagna, Coach Ed Mantenuto. 130 The 1975 season saw not only the continued dominance over Enfield, but the addition of a home hockey rink. The teamwork displayed on the ice by seniors, juniors, and sopho- mores plus the coaching of Ed Mantenuto saw Eermi go 8-0 in the CCIL and ranked 13th in the st ate. The season’s end also saw the combination of personal success and teamwork propel Fermi to the state quarter-finals. Senior tri-captains Gary Cummings and Rick Lamagna placed 1-2 in the scoring race in which, even though he was lost for four straight games, Lamagna scored 39 points, just 1 1 behind Cummings 50. Senior tri-captain Joe Cannella, who Coach Mantenuto considers “the best penalty killer in the state” added scoring with defensive skills to help the team in tight spots. Senior Dix Jones’ comeback to school was exemplary of the team spirit. Down at the other end of the ice, senior goalie Mark Angelica exhibited acrobatics and net-minding know-how while turning away numerous scoring attempts and maintaining a low goals-against average. The final component of Fermi’s first league champion team was the underclassmen. Led by clutch goaltending of junior Mike Cizeski, the defensive squad will remain intact for next year. VARSITY SCORES, 1975 SEASON 13 wins, 8 losses Fermi . 2 . . South Windsor 5 Fermi . 9 . . Suffield 1 Fermi . 4 . Enfield .... 1 Fermi .1 . Rockville .4 Fermi . 2 Windsor . . 5 Fermi . 3 . Longmeadow, Mass. . . 6 Fermi . 2 . . E. Longmeadow, Mass. 4 Fermi .3 . Hall . . . 0 Fermi . 8 . . Hall ... 1 Fermi . 3 . . Simsbury 8 Fermi .4 . . Wethersfield 3 Fermi . 8 . . South Windsor 5 Fermi . . 3 . . Windsor 7 Fermi . 7 . . Conard 0 Fermi . 2 . . Rockville 1 Fermi . . 7 . . Conard 6 Fermi . . 2 . . Suffield 6 Fermi . . 5 . . . Enfield 4 Fermi . . 1 . . . Keefe Tech 4 Fermi . . 3 . . . Wethersfield 0 I 131 CHEERLEADERS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: First Row — L To R Debbie Whaples, Sandy Rogerson, Karen D’ Amato. Second Row — Kathy Kelly, Debbie Marek, Nancy Buiniskas, Sue Markowski, Sharon Mulkern, Patty Mayo, Jennifer Provencher. Missing from picture: Gayle Gott, Mrs. Susan Chian- ciola. Left To Right — Sue Markowski (captain), Sandy SENIORS: Left To Right — Debbie Marek, Sharon Mulkern, Sandy Rogerson, Debbie Wha- Rogerson (co-captain). pies, Patty Mayo, Bonnie Redderoth, Sue Markowski, Nancy Buiniskas. A Cheerleader must be able to convey her enthusiasm to the crowd through her expres- sions and smile. One of the hardest tasks is making the crowd want to cheer with you. That special glow called spirit is found within a cheerleader. But, everyone possesses the hidden enthusiasm for some facet of their life. A cheerlead- er just encourages that spirit. J.V. CHEERLEADERS: First Row — L To R — Linda Diorio, Patty Golec, Kathy Michaels (co-captain), Janice Golec (captain), Janet Moriarty, Lori Reese. Second Row - Roseanne Giovanetti, Michelle Mager, Janet Diorio, Lisa Catania, Geri Baldgya, Rita McKay. i 133 I “I don’t remember not?” . do I have my blues or “Oops! They caught me with my pom-poms down!” “I don’t believe it, WE’RE winning!” “Freeze! It’s a hold up!” 134 “That’s all folks!” 1 ti r I ' ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo ' s Nest " LAMPLIGHTERS: (Sitting — Left To Right j Bette Derose, Chris Misiewicz, Jay White, Diane Luty, Don Whiteway, Laurie Pomeroy, Donna Jarvis; (Kneeling I Erica Harris, Bill Rajpold, Ken Mercik, Steve Davis; (Standing I Chris Faille, Cathy Thom- as. Regina Mon, Betsy Hall, Peg Maher, Alicia Raiche, Cathy Richardson, Maureen Droney, Debbie Bradley, Andy Liro; (Back Row I Carol Wilcox, Barb Veins, Jim Magee, Nancy DesRosiers, Mike Daly, Terry DesRosiers, Karen Phillips, Lori Ber- trand, Sue Mayo. (Missing From Picture) David Royce, Maureen McKeown, Rhonda, Goodrow, Brian Donelan, John Quesnel, Bob April, Dotty Rudolph. We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done. — Longfellow 138 ' Our Time Has Just Begun ' 140 Host and Hostess Carl Scavatto and Nancy Yokes. Junior Prom May 3, 1974 141 miwy " Heft To Right ! — Sue Mayo, Betsy Hall, Ernest Wilson, Mark Lamana (captain). (Missing From Picture j — Christopher Faille. (Left To Right) — Regina Mon, Malcolm Ray, Sue Foster, Debby Black, Mary Beth White, Betsy Hall, Chris Misiewicz. Missing From Picture) — Denise Poirier, Kim Rivest, Darlene Granger, Christopher Faille, Mike Fusco, Cathy Lord, Eileen O ' Hara, Rich Raymond, Liz Tourville. National Honor Society (Foreground) - Betty Slanetz, Nancy Cherry, Ramona Ferreira, Diane Luty, Lisa Waleryszak. (Background) — Charles Breslin, David Wilber. Karen Smilgys, Nancy Buiniskas, Sheryl Gracewski, Cheryl Adams, Kenneth Dunn, Gary Bu- czkowski, Mark Lamana (vice-president), Jean Cammilleri (secretary), Kathleen Ruby (president), Susan Markowski, Terese Desrosiers, James Smyth, James Waskiel, Kathleen Duren, Joseph Vossen, Vance Sawamura. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Seated Left To Right: Rosanne Giovanetti (Vice President), Darlene Granger (Historian), Doreen Blake (President); Denise Poirier (Secretary), Cindy Parchark (Treasurer), Marci Secondo JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Left To Right: Lisa Anderson (Treasurer), Russ Jackson (Historian), Karen Niner (Secretary), Annette Deragon (Director of Activities), Janice Golec (Vice President). Missing From Picture: Rich Steinert (President). PRINCIPAL’S ADVISORY COUNCIL: Seated — Left To Right: Kathy Kelly, Kathy Michaels, Lori Binnenkade; Standing: Sharan Caldwell, Janet Moriarty, Judy Flinkman. SUPERINTENDENTS ADVISORY COUNCIL: Seated — Left To Right: Doreen Blake, Eileen O’Connor; Standing: Maureen Mc- Keown, Regina Mon. 143 iLeft To Right I Joel McNabb, Michael Scavatto, Harold Russsl, Stephen Morres, Christopher Martin, Steven Me- lancon, Thomas Williams, Linda Trapanese, Kathleen Prayzner, Pat Piorkowski, Asa Button, Roland Lajore, Dam- ion Holpin. (Missing From Piciurel Jeffrey Davis, Scott Fowler, Donald Gonzalez, Regina Luty, David Ragron, Sandra Grenier, David Young, Roland Masse, Darlene Ainsworth, William Cocchi, Scott Dumas, Gregory Field, Anthony Leno, Joyce Mackey, Harry Parlee. N F o 0 d S e r V 1 c e s e w s P a P e r S t a f f (Front Row — Left To Right! Karen Phillips, Arthur Edgar, Richard E. Johnson (Editor), Kim Ostrander, Allan Hopkins. (Background Left To Right! Anne Marie Bourque, Linda Johnson, Maureen McKeown, Carol An- drews. 144 Bowling Club Exchange Students (First Row — Left To Right I Jay White, Lillian Devin, Karen Phillips, John Maylott; (Second Row ' l Karin Smilgys, Richard Devin, Linda Patenaude. (First Row — Left To Right) Renata D’ Almeida (Brazil), Elisabeth Gur- gel (Brazil), Walter Loessner (Guatemala); (Second Row) Maria Abascal (Guatemala), Miguel Safie (El Salvador), Laura Guerreiro (Nicaragua), Alejandro Garcia (Mexico). (First Row Left To Right) Susan Vezina, Elisabeth Gurgel, Alejandro Garcia, Renata D’ Almeida, Cathy Lord; (Seated) Sue Halgas (secretary), Mary Ellen McCue (vice-president), Joanne Dale y (president), Debi Carson (trea- surer), Mrs. Ingrid Young (Advisor); (Third Row) Diane Ostheimer, Jackie Dunn, Judy Lagy, Janet Masus, Nancy Potkai, Karen Christie, Claire Bouchard, Kathy Houde, Claire Cyr; (Fourth Rowi Roseanne Routhier, Barb Martin, Jeannine Challoux, Lee Dansereau, Janet Dawson, Dot Burwood, Ernie Wilson. Folk Club Left To Right — First Row: Joe Guidone, Michael Garen; Second Row; Caroline Marek, Rick Kamay, Miss Baione (Advisor); Third Row; Mark Parlipiano, Bill Rajpold. (Missing From Picture) Rich Sylvester, Rhonda Goodrow, Eileen O’Hara. Left To Right — First Row: Jacqueline Dunn (Treasurer), Maureen McKeown (President), Mrs. P. Wilcox (Advisor), Nancy Buiniskas (Vice-President), Susan Vezina (Secretary); Second Row: Donna Kedzior, Lisa Waleryszak, Cathleen Thomas, Kim Ostrander, Charlene Good; Third Row: Susan Pomerleau, Sharon Dunton, Linda Santandrea, Ellen Boudreau, Darlene Bartis, Eileen O’Connor, Debbie Fushey, Jeanine Michard, Lois Garten, Marylou DeKam; (Missing From Picture I Michele Kazay, Laurie Olsen, Debbie Ostheimer, Denise Langan, Karen Hallowell, Joan Cooley. DECA — First Row Heft To Right! Joanne Daley. Carol Saydlowski, Craig McKiernan, Mark Stears. Second Row — Lynn Damon, Cheryl Cote, Holly Marcoux, Debbie Akers, Holly Scarr, Pat O ' Brien, Patty Allegretti. Third Row — Christine Dauphinais, Erica Harris, Tim Sarno, Richard Stonski, Kevin Bednarz, Mary Motyl, Tammy La- fontaine, Mrs. Carolyn Mayo. Fourth Row — Teofe Ziemnicki, Kathy Wince, Steven Dromgoole, Michael Moore, Kevin Fergueson. F B L A FBLA First Row (Left To Right) — Miss Russo, Debbie Akerlind, Lorraine Cartwright, Mike Bruno, Mrs. Lecrenski. Second Row — Diane Mancini, Pam Begnoche, Sheryl Wild, Kathy Coughlin, Rita McKay, Debbie Luke, Liz Strickland, Nicole Gosselin, Cheryl Cashman, Mary Traynor. Third Row — Debbie Fushey, Sue Archetti, Karin Smilgys, Terry Brooks, Nancy Peitras, Sue Fabrycki, Liz Menard, Lisa Petock, Roxanne Nicol, Debbie Frost, Debbie Fournier, Laurie Devin. Fourth Row — Carole Ber- nard, Jeanne Masse, Dennis Montminy, Denise Masse, Charlene Charette, Paul Montminy, Mary Scan- nell, Debbie Warcyski, Jeri Baldyga, Mary Ann Frye, Debbie Deschamps, Loretta Loubier, Ann Whalen. Fifth Row — Carol Bailey, Debbie Bouchard, Darlene Granger, Kathy Bala, Sue .Maly, Denise Poirier. Lori Courville, Kelly Tarr, Doreen Luczai, Karen Banis, Kathy Kurek, Monica Kakluskas, Edna Ware. Sixth Row Valerie Gaines, Linda Bajek, Pam Roberge, Karen Colagiovanni, Barbara Loos, Mary Ar- couette, Lynn Rancourt, Linda Kendricks, Pal O’Brien, Jodi Quick, Donna Lefebvre, Tony Cobb, Lori Fitzpatrick. Holding Banner — Sandy Bednarz, Barbara Polek. 147 Ski Club (First Row I George Porier (President), Debbie Akers, Chris Golec, Toefe Ziemnicki, (Second Row} Mr. James Hodrinsky (Advisor), Mr. Gary Fair- wood (Advisor), Kelly Willis, Lisa Waleryszak, Mona Ferreira, Karen Banis, Cathy Capwell, Cindy Hooper, Janet Diorio, Andrea Houde, Debbie Marek, Mary Beth White, Linda Bajek, Dawn Gutska, Geri Walton, Bonnie Redderoth, Mike Callahan, Susan Classen. (Third Row} Craige McKiernan, Mike Kluznik, Phil Struthurs, Mike Moore, Dan Jasminski, David Luke, Cheryl Boisjolle, Lori Courville, Denise Sylvester, Beth Kis- senger, Debbi Fushey, Kathy Curly, Sandy Rogerson, Debbie Whaples, Linda Kenrick, Patty Golec, Janice Golec, Susan Halgas, Julie Sokol, Nancy Potkai, Lynn Rancourt, Jeff Starr, Carol Saydlowski, Sharon Mulkern, Mr. Paul Bisesti (Advisor), ?oh ' ) Jeff Bassett, Terry Stone, Debbie Scanlon, Pat Casey, Debbie Lavaway. Outing Club (First Row} Linda Santandrea. (Second Row} Terri Marocchini, Audrey Parlipiano, Hiedi Ransey, Debbie Luke. (Third Row} Sue Verzina, Jeni Williams, Sharon Dunton, Nancy Olson. (Fourth Row} Ms. Maureen Kelly (Advisor), Carol Kantor, Debbie Osteimer, Diane Osteimer, Jackie Dunn, Lorraine Swols, Betty Smith, Debbie Warzyski, Mary Schannel, Wayne Cardosa, Mark Schroder, Bryan Dusty (Chairman). ( Missing Frorti Picture}: Berta Chaloux (Co-Chairman), Scott Mackenzie, Nancy Sawyer, Daryl Sandelin, Larry Morgan, Terri Kelliher, Jerry Dusty. 148 (Left To Right I — Sandy Rogerson, Jackie Wells, Debbie Whaples, Mary Beth White, Rich Johnson, Diane Levy, Sue Markowski, Debbie Marek, Sharon Mulkern. (Third Row — Left To Right} — Mr. James Reveruzzi (Advisor), Russ Jackson, David Royce, Brian Donelan, Do- reen Blake, Maureen Droney, Alida Raiche, Donna Zarcaro, (Second Row} - Jane Ostrander, Maryann Basile, Mike Mule, Patty Golec, Janet Diorio, Joanne Silver, Nancy Marquis, Darlene Granger, Linda Diorio, Janice Se- mensky, Cindy Hooper, Andrea Houde, Pat Droney. (Seated) Marilyn Basile, Mary Beth White, Kathy Kelly, Karen D’Amato, Mark Nadeau, Lori Binnenkade, Gayle Gott, Mike Nadeau. 149 f Standing} Ann Sullivan, Patty Golec, Denise Poirieo, Rita Mackay, Liz Strickland, Rosanne Giovanetti, Jeri Baldy- ga, Carole Bernard, Sharon Mendelson. (Kneeling} Janet Moriarty, Donna Zarcaro, Louise Dugen, Lori Madigan, Marci Secondo, Linda Diorio, Terry Booth. Powder Puff Football I Front Row — Left To Right ) Cathy Capwell, Debi Carson, Gayle Schneider, Linda Kendrick (Captain), Barb Hard- ing, Corrine Schleicher, Lynn Rancourt, Debbie Lavaway. (Second Row} Cindy Hooper (Captain), Julie Sokol, Thea Ziemnicki, Lisa Waleryszak, Kathy Brooker, Carol Evanisky, Marie Rose, Lorraine Swols, Sharon Dunton. (Third Row) Roy Deschenes (Coach), Jane Duff, Janice Semensky, Dawn Shaughnessy, Debbie Deschamps (Captain), Cathy Thomas, Debbie Bessette, Lori Binnenkade, Nancie April, Ron Grenier (Coach). (Missing From The Picture} Mr. Thomas Ouellette (Advisor), Debbie Scanlon. 150 (First Row — Left to Right! Cheryl Usher, Bonnie Redderoth, Yvette Girard, Gail Sands, Connie Johnson, Andrea Anderson, Lora Nohmy, Diane Callahan, Heidi Ramsey, Diane Farley. (Second Row! Mike Laboris, Jill Schneider, Kathy Mon, Cathy Kurley, Lynn Suchy, Audrey Parlipiano, Louise Dugan, Linda Patenaude, Lil Devin, Valerie Fuchs, Crystal Ringland, Mr. Joeseph Giagrasso (Advisor). (Third Row! Micheal Garen, Karen Hcllenwell, Lynn Fregeau, Cheryl Cote, Heather Harris, Karen Libby, Jim Young, Gary Guminiak, Judy Leahy, Linda Flanagan, Terry Des- Roisers, Lori Bertrand, Sue Pomerleau. (Fourth Row! Rich Steinert, Sharon Monts, Linda Rabideau, Alice Warmouth, Sharon Crouse, David Royce, Richard Scussel, David Lillis, Brian Donelan, John Quessel, Kim Rivest, Lesley Pryski, Diane Levy, Lynn Damon, Dawn Arsenault. (First Row! Mike Leborious, Linda Rabideau, Lynn Fregeau, Cheryl Cote, Heather Harris, Karen Libby, Louise Dugan, Audrey Parlapiano, Judy Leahy, Linda Flanagan, Terry DesRosiers, Lori Bertrand, Crystal Ringland. (Sec- ond Row! Rich Steinert, Mike Garen, Karen Hollowell, Lynn Suchy, Bonnie Redderoth, Sharon Crouse, Dave Royce, Rich Scussel, Brian Donelan, John Quesnel, Kim Rivest, Lesley Pryski, Diane Levy, Lynn Damon, Dawn Arsenault. 151 Senior Diane Levy Senior Linda Rabideau Majorettes — Sheryl Gangewere and Barbara Harding. Senior Denise Deauville Color Guard (Standing) Linda Rabideau, Kim Ostrander, Carol Andrews, Andrea Anderson, Valerie Foxx. (Kneeling) Diane Levy, Denise Deauville, Annemarie Bourque, Linda Johnson. THE ENRICO FERMI BA ND First Row: Mark Legault. Second Row Left To Right: Kim Ostrander, Ann Marie Bourque, Diane Levy, Linda Rabideau, Diane Prayzner, Ron Reuter, Tim Stelmat, Tod Lucia, Steve Wilcox, Kyle Begnoche, Naomi Whynot. Steve Delgrecco, Joe Ferreira, Carol Andrews, Denise Deauville, Linda Johnson, Valerie Foxx, Andrea Anderson. Third Row: Arthur Edgar, Brian Moore, Christopher Lachendre, Chris Walsh, Debbie Duran, Christopher Rackliffe, Doug Jones, Tom Allen, Paul Whiteway. Fourth Row: Paul Faille, Bob Xoehler, Frank Gawle, Vincent Cassotta, Debbie Sombrio, Jeff Cooper, Bob Reagan, Peter Choulnard. Fijih Row: Dave Wilber, Rich Johnson, Don Whitew ay. Lynn Suchy, Dave Wilson. Paul Lanouette. Brian LeMay. Sixth Row: Terry DesRosiers. Mary Henry, Cathy Richardson, Debbie Stelmat, Joe Cabrera, Crystal Ringland, Kathy Ruby, Glenn Dupont. Seventh Row: Karen Hollowell, Michelle Midgette, Kellie Gaylor, Toni Boutheillier, Lori Anderson, Miriam Climan, Sandy Ryder. Eighth Row: Paul DelGreco, Alice Warmouth, Elaine Craddy, Susan Stock, Walter Sweet, Debbie Black, Sheryl Gracewski, Eric Ruby. SENIORS — First Row Left To Right: Steve Wilcox, Mark Legault. Second Row: Terry Desrosiers, Debbie Stelmat, Glenn Dupont, Kathy Ruby, Sheryl Gracew ' ski, Alice Warmouth. Third Row: Arthur Edar, Don Whiteway, Paul Faille, Jeff Cooper, Richard Johnson, Dave Wilber. Missing From Picture: Terrie Callahan. BAND OFFICERS Left To Right: Mark Legualt (President), Kathy Ruby(Vice-President), Debbie Duren- (Assistant Librarian), Linda Rabideau(Color-Guard Capt.), Mirian Climan(Secretary), Lori ,Anderson(Band Manager), Don ' hiteway(Treasurer). Cathy Richardson(Sophomore Representative). Terrie Callahan( Librarian). 1 STRING ENSEMBLE Mr. John S. Mariano, Band Director STRING ENSEMBLE: (Left To Right) Katheline Ruby, Dave Wilber, Peggy Mah- er, Russ Jackson, Vinnie Cassotta. 1 i ! 154 IL E. STAGE BAND: (Seated Left To Right) Paul DelGreco, Crystal Ringland, Eric Ruby, Chris Rackliffe, Katheline Ruby, Mark Legault, Doug Jones, Paul Whiteway; ?ow Bob Koehler, Jeff Cooper, Dave Wilson. Brian LeMay; f T z rt ?on ' — Standing! Steve DelGreco, Joe Ferreira, Chris Lachendro, Chris Walsh, Vinnie Cassotta, Rich Johnson, Dave Wilber, Don Whiteway. Missing from picture; Glenn Dupont. 155 157 MARY BETH WHITE — Girls’ State, Congressional Intern MIKE JONES, CHUCK BRESLIN — Boys’ State SPECIAL A WARDS JEAN CAMMILLERI — Women Deans and Counselors Award, Yale Club of Hartford Book Award MIKE JONES Harvard Book Award I i I 159 ’ c y Mamps 161 TRACES STAFF 1975 ’75 YEARBOOK STAFF — First Row: Jean Cammilleri (Business Mgr,). Vance Sawamura (Sports Ed.), Sharan Caldwell (Fac. Ed.), Kathy Dur- en. Second Row: Maureen McKeown, Debbie Niner, Bette Derose, Mary Beth White (Asst. Ed.), Jane Ostrander. Third Row: Rod Duff (Photogra- pher), Sue Markowski (Sec.), Nancy Buiniskas (Activities and Candids Ed.), Chuck Breslin (Editor), Gayle Hutchinson (Asst. Sports Ed.), Jay White (Photographer), Pat Salisbury (Art Ed.), Mark Lamana (Asst. Fac. Ed.), Sue Classen (Opening Sect. Ed.). Mel Wachowiak. Karen Banis (Asst. Sen. Sect. Ed.). Missing from picture: Miss Sullivan (Advisor). Our Yearbook ... a collection of the unique moments and special memories we shared together — as the 1975 grad- uating class of Enrico Fermi High School. These past three years, we’ve each individually planted the roots of our lives into the future ... a future of which we are all very much a part. This Yearbook — may it convey to you the importance and special diversi- ty of our class. Here, as we reach the crossroads of our young lives, the past cannot be brought back, but the future is ours for the making. Thank you. The Yearbook Staff 162 IP-fr CHRISTMAS VARIETY SHOW The dancing Fermettes " . Signor Orefice and Company”. M.C.’s Glenn Reese and Mike Jones. “Ho, Ho, Ho!!!” Mark Legault on the sax. Diane and the Dynamics " . 164 CLASSSTA TISTICS BEST ALL AROUND Nancy Buiniskas and Vance Sawamura. FRIENDLIEST — ■ Mary Beth While and Rich Marks. un CLASS CLOWNS — Lynn Lombardo and John Schultess. CLASS BROWNIES — Maureen McKeown and Jim Sheehan. FLIRT AND CASANOVA Rich Skizewski and Bonnie Redderoth. 165 MOST ABSENT — MINDED — Debi Carson and Mike Drennan. CLASS MUSICIANS — Kathy Ruby and Mark Legault. It BEST BUDDIES — Sue Markowski and Debbie Marek, and Dave Lara- way and Jim Sheehan. MOST BUSINESSLIKE — Mike Nadeau, Mark Nadeau, and Debbie Niner, 166 MOST ATHLETIC — Gayle Hutchinson and Ken Morris. CLASS ARTISTS — Martin Prouty and Carol Hayden. CHAUVANIST and feminist — Sharon Mulkern and J erry Lepore. HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE George Poirier and Mona Ferreira. 167 CLASS SWEETHEARTS — Nancy Yokes and Carl Seavatto. MOST TALKATIVE — Debbie Whaples and Ron O’Zemko. 168 CLASS ACTOR AND ACTRESS — Mike Daly and Terrie Desrosiers. MOST STUDIOUS — Mark Lamana and Sheryl Gracewski. BEST DRESSED — Jaime Mack and Carol Saydlowski. CLASS DEVIL AND ANGEL — John Loubier and Lillian Devin. MOST LI K ELY TO SUCCEED — Chuck Breslin and Jean Cammilleri. 169 CLASS PHOTOGRAPHERS Rod Duff and Deb Akers. I have no riches but my thoughts. yet these are wealth enough for me. Sara Teasdale 1 I I Ljjim juyuMJi ' 1 II II PATRONS Complimenis of HA YDEN WA YSIDE 245 Enfield St. Enfield, Conn. Be Sure To Read The People ' s Paper iHlie iEnfielb resa It ' s chuck full of people news — your friends - neighbors, relatives. SUBSCRIBE TODAY We also publish the Northern Connecticut Bazaar and Longmeadow News. 71 CHURCH ST., ENFIELD BEST WISHES TO THE GRA D UA TING CLASS OE 1975 MCDONALD’S 385 Enfield St. 97 Elm St. 180 Compliments of SCI TIC O MARKET 541 Hazard Ave. KELLER OIL CO. 513 Enfield St. MR. EORMAL 530 Enfield St. Good Luck Class of ' 75! TROIANO OIL CO. Ill Enfield St. SMYTH EARM DA IRY BAR 73 Hazard Ave. Enfield Ct. Good Luck Erom The Girl’s Field Hockey Team Compliments of B UCZKOWSKI INS URA NCE A GENC Y 404 Hazard Ave. Mr. Cherry ' s Advanced Chemistry Class says: “TheSr. fA ’Sare going to have a -en time on Class ile wiih C 2 H OH . Good Luck From PROVENCHER’S CARPETS 46 Pearl St. MAREK JEWELERS Gifts of Distinction State Line Plaza, Enfield Best of Luck to the Class of 1975 from the Varsity Cheerleaders Compliments of RI VER VIEW DAIRY AND CH UCK WAGON 1 67 Elm St. GA TTO’S MUSIC A ND A PPLIA NCE CENTER 546 Enfield St. THOMPSONVILLE DRUG 9 North Main St. Enfield, Conn. The first Spanish 5 Class of Enrico Fermi High School extends a sincere wish for success to the succeeding Spanish 5 classes. Good Luck Seniors! ENEIEL DWALLPA PER AND PAINT 401 Enfield St. 181 PATRONS Mr. Robert Knight Mr. Mrs. Richard Earley Mr. Vladimiro Orefice Mr. Lawrence Wood M iss DePietro Mr. Dolley Miss Sharon A. Sullivan Mr. Mrs. Edward R. Sullivan M iss Baione Ms. Linda Lazarus Mr. Mrs. Donald Elebotte Mr. Benoit Miss Russo E.B.L.A. Mr. Gray Mrs. Gorham Mr. Quinlan Mr. Mrs. John P. Cokkinias M rs. Hilinski Mr. Owens Miss R. Sullivan Mr. Mrs. Mario Gentile Senior Class Officers Arthur L. Kevorkian Mrs. Bueker Mr. Paul A. Janaitis Mark J. Lamana Mr. Mrs. Raymond E. Montagna Mr. Mrs. Shigeo Sawamura Mr. James Cherry Mr. Thomas Snipe Mr. Seymour Schonberger Mr. Mrs. Brian Wilcox Mr. Joseph Scherr Ms. Dorthea Smith Miss Mary Malley Mr. Mrs. Erank K. Dunn Mr. Eugene Ryczek Senior Girl Swimmers Eermi Girls’ Swim Team Mrs. Young Mr. Mrs. Eerreira Mr. Mrs. Carmen Scavotto Mrs. Fox Karen Niner Mr. Mrs. Carroll E. White, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Giovanni Derose Mr. Mrs. Victor Banis Mr. Mrs. Leo Cammilleri Gary Buczkowski 182 Good luck, Class of ’75! Mr. John Cammilleri Mr. Mrs. Charles Breslin Good luck from a friend! Mr. Mrs. Michael Markowski Kathleen Duren Mr. Mrs. James E. Niner Donna-Rae Hargraves Mr. Mrs. Raymond Hargraves ’74 is still better Kevin Crouse Tom Alexander Mr. Mrs. Fredrick J. Barberi Kathleen Houde Mr. Mrs. Harold Ostrander Mark J. Nadeau Mr. Mrs. John B. King Diane Derose Mandy and McDougal The best homeroom A 1 1 6 Nancy Cherry Mr. Mrs. Charles Duren Mrs. Noma Caldwell Eileen Quinn Sheryl Gracewski Mr. Wing Mrs. John H. Schulthess, Jr. Mr. Robert Kelleher Good luck from H.R. 314 Mr. Mrs. Raymond Buiniskas Mr. Mrs. Thomas J. Baziak The 1975 Yearbook Staff wishes to acknowledge: Mr. Jack Brown . . . patient and helpful publishing representative; Mrs. Saiive . . . diligent photographer’s representative; Larry Grenier and Ed Anderson . . . faithful photographers; and Miss Sullivan . . . kind, considerate advisor. T h is day I realiz e the world I knew is gone, new seasons come and change the ground I’ve stood upon. — A nonymous -J


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