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EYRIE 1975 JF ' w MM i W $A, ' m ufl ra £• -¥i 7c H ¥ EV ■ .. 4 . ffiKB % as r ni3HE gag -aaa. JJlth— -OA s TOLLAND HIGH SCHOOL TOLLAND, U.S.A. VOLUME V we fc s i!- v6t .rtfctfi! . - % ■ 75 «£ m I ' .« p . ' ISLA iMfi i i ; : rVT$i • »-» - ,» «»» ■ ' :-. f J ats % - - , . - «•—• ? j 8 ' .v ' ■■ - ' ■ . • . fill !•. " • r i « ! The time has come for us to go. In peace we bid you good-bye. The many sunny days we have lived here __iriLk ng be remembered by us. We will think of you, as you think of us. Should you come to see us, we will divide our love among you, and you will be most welcomed, for we have learned to think not only with our heads, but with our hearts as well. And so we leave: We only pass this way once. X 0° } i To a QJ)£ " f X SL + Jexh Levi Pet yy WE t 0 + ®+ £+ £ ®++®Z +: : ' % ft tf n® V o .1 MRS. DORIS TOBIASSEN The Class of 1975 dedicates this issue of " Eyrie " to Mrs. Doris Tobiassen, a teacher whose nineteen years of service in Tolland schools have earned her the respect and appreciation of several generations of young people. Countless English classes and the National Honor Society have all felt the touch of her devoted hand. To the many rewards and satisfactions she has received in the past, we would like to add, " Thank you, Mrs. Tobiassen, for a job well done. " The words of Henry Van Dyke depict for all of us the portrait of a teacher that Mrs. Tobiassen leaves with us. " This is my work; my blessing, not my doom; Of all who live, I am the one by whom This work can best be done in the right way. " Henry Van Dyke DEDICATE. . . How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of Being and ideal Grace. I love thee to the level of everyday ' s. Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light. I love thee freely, as men strive for Right; I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise. I love thee with the passion put to use In my old griefs, and with my childhood ' s faith. I love thee with a love I seemed to lose With my lost saints, — I love thee with the breath, Smiles, tears, of all my life! — and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death. ADMINISTRATION A o « .o ? o y MR. KENNETH MacKENZIE Superintendent mwwm MR. ROY NIERENDORE Principal - y ii u i u ni w ii w w w ii nniiinwTtiwi i wmim— w imiiniiii ' iiiinimm • - MRS. RICHMOND, Secretary STAFF MRS. FREY, Nurse MRS. WEIGOLD Secretary MRS. LOCKHART Bookkeeper GUIDANCE C.W.E. MRS. BARBARA PALMER Counselor MR. DON SIERAKOWSKI Counselor MR. FRANK LUCENTE C.W.E. MRS. LYNN NOCIFORA Counselor MRS. BARBARA JARVIS Guidance Secretary ENGLISH Mrs. Sennott Mrs. Diederich M Mrs. Tobiassen CO , t-H ' And a dress, no less! Mrs. Blow 10 Mr. Magrey Mrs. Formisano Mr. Kalber MATH Mr. Deeley Mr. Edelen Mr. Carusonc Mr. Payne - ; SCIENCES Mr. Pedcrsen HISTORY Mrs. Boucher Mr. Dextradeur Mr. Shea n i mt John Paul Jones . . Pickled? Mr. White 6 y s€ " V WJ FOREIGN LANGUAGES WHAT did you say " Mr. Williams Mrs. Srurtevant Mrs. Lee £f v - vvw. HOME ECONOMICS Fururc Homemakers? Mrs. Jcdrziewski Mrs. Tangari 16 . % RET PEP! ' ) Of chc hands Of the mind 0 ' " •v. Mr. Goldberg Art is creation . 17 1 I MIIIIIIMMI Mrs. Switchenko BUSINESS ■1 £ D I don ' t believe it! ' r« in H - ?3 i ■ ■ ■ -. wAVS . . ' H Miss Comber Mr. Scinto 18 Mrs. Blaszczak READING LIBRARY IDC Mrs. Tracy 19 Mr. Allely Woods Watch your fingers! Mr. Bendy Power Technology INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Leibenguth Metals Mr. Turner Graphic Arts J PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Olander It was there just a minute ago! I ' ve got it! I ' ve got it ' 22 MUSIC Mrs. Dixon Hup, cwo, three, four . ,-i£q Vt l ' fn.r oom-pah, oom-pah Mr. Partridge 23 CAFE STAFF Mr. Penny Thank goodness for ' Hostess Something looks fishy . Glad that ' s over . Mr. Mctcalf Mr. Lessig t 1 } I Mrs. Ostien, Mrs. West, Mrs. Todd, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Colombaro, Mrs. Ouellette, Mrs. Waller, Mrs. Chamberland, Mrs. Scavetta. Mr. Patchell Mr. Pawelczyk Mr. Zwingelstein Mr. Pierce CUSTODIANS iiiyj 25 f-iilHjET v a : a j. yS9 - ' - r BFWFs, 5MBBPHP m r ?y$ ARIES March 21 — April 20 COLOR: Red STONE: Aqua-Marine KEYWORDS: Urgently, Assertively GOOD TRAITS: Ambitious, Adventurous, Highly Energetic, Witty BAD TRAITS: Impatient, Impulsive, Quick-Tempered, Selfish, Unsubtle. Ellen Gray 4 10 57 — " True freedom lies in the knowledge that we i.an never be truly free. " PauJ Martin 3 29 57 — " What really matters is what happens in us, not to us, " 28 Mary Warks 3 21 57 — " Know first chat no urge, no influence is greater than the will of the self to do what it determines to accomplish. " Dale Lotreck " Talouse " 4 13 57 — " When all are off to fight the wars, who ' l stay to live in peace? " Parti Roberts 4 2 57 — " The true height of a person is not his height but his heart. " Teri Marquette 4 12 57 — " Life like a dome of many colored glass, stains, the white radiance of eternity. " 29 Lynn Tourtellotte " Fred " 4 18 57 — " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others, cannot keep it from themselves. " Wendy Wanchak " Wendell Z " 4 2 57 — " Aloneness is an aspect of the land. ' kt Melissa S. Dudek " Lissa " 4 7 57 — " Some men see things as they are and say WHY? I dream things that never were and say WHY NOT? " • Rosanne Jones " Ro " 4 10 57 — " A fool can ask more questions than a wise man can answer! " 30 Tina Usher 3 24 57 — " She shines with her own kind of light, you look at her once in a day and what ' s wrong is all right. " Sandy Duntz " Sam " 4 11 57 — " Where there is light there is hope. ' V fill ,r Y]OW £ W H l.JO vt«i ' Peter Martin l 3 29 57 — " Don ' t let his quietness fool you, he has had his share oTfiin. " - Ok 3 29 57 — Don t let nis quietness tool yoi Kathy Bush 3 28 57 — " Thou art the star for which all evening • " ■V 31 TAURUS April 21 — May 20 COLOR: Pale Blue, Pinks STONE: Diamond KEYWORDS: Possessively, Permanently p GOOD TRAITS: Affectionate, Patient, Trustworthy, Strong Values, Loves Luxury, Good Pood BAD TRAITS: Stubborn, Self-Indulgent, Greedy, Obsessed With Routine Debbie Warks 3 21 57 — It cakes both rain and sunshine ... to make a rainbow. Mariko Kagaya 4 27 56 — Happiness is like a smile Sharon lngraham 4 21 57 — When God pulls down the shade of light and pins it with a star, remember that you have a friend, no matter where vou are. 32 Heidi Horsman 4 23 57 -- " We are children of the universe. No less than the trees and the stars, we have a right to be here. " mm ■■■: ._j ■■■■: ' Bob Loehr 4 22 57 — " Lookin ' at the things that pass me by, wondenn ' if where I ' ve been is worth the things I ' ve been through Laurie Marie Noch 4 28 57 — " Everyone can have a friend, who himself knows how to be a friend. " Ken Boyden — " It doesn ' t really matter if I ' m wrong. I ' m right where I belong, I ' m right where I belong 33 Gail Quinn " Edgar " 5 17 57 — " Don ' t it always seem to go, that you don ' t know what you ' ve got ' till it ' s gone. " Dawn Luginhuhl " Swiss " 4 28 57 — " Birds of a feather flock together James Morey " Jim " 4 30 57 — " I ' m going to miss this place " Roy Gurnon 4 28 57 — " Life is like an athletic contest, it doesn ' t matter if I win or lose. It ' s how I ' ve played the game " 34 Steve Brennen 5 10 57 — " Everybody seems to think I ' m lazy . . . I don ' t care I think they ' re crazy . . . running everywhere at such a speed. " ■-w ' ' Bettyanne Janelle " Betry " 4 30 57 — " I know not all that may be coming, but be what it will, I ' ll go to it laughing. " ' — " Don ' t be misled by his innocent lookj Brian Beirner 5 7 57 — " A wise man does not try to hurry history. ' 35 Bill Fleet 5 19 57 — " The road to success is just an oP cliche, but I ' m going to the top, so buddy don ' t get in my way. " Sue Kassett 5 25 57 — " I sure hope the road don ' t come to own me there ' s so many dreams I ' ve yet to find. " Gary Berube 4 29 57 — " Quiet are his thoughts but happy is his nature. " 36 MAY21-JUNE21 COLOR: Yellow STONE: Agate KEYWORDS: Adaptability, Versatility GOOD TRAITS: Lively, Versatile BAD TRAITS: Changeable, Restless, Inconsistent, Superficial, Two-Faced. Peter Perreira " Pete " 5 22 57 — " Music is the shorthand of emotion ' GEMINI Rhonda McCusker " Ronnie " 5 21 57 — " I am happy for my eyes have seen Joy glow- ing here before me, face to face. " Linda Kinney 5 24 57 — " Outside, I should like to see your inside. ' 37 Diane Parent " Di " 5 22 57 — " Life is a pure flame, and we live by an invis- ible sun within us. " Sandy Ahnert " Sam " 6 9 57 — " His eyes are the color of the sand and the sea, and the more he talked to me the more he reached me. " Mm i a .-j Mahlon Davis 6 4 57 — " Speech is great, but silence is greater. ' Peter Ray 5 30 56 — " If you think you ' ve won, that ' s when you better give up, because that ' s when it will get you! " 38 V Sue Philipp " Flip " 6 3 57 — " The grand essentials in this life are some- thing to do, something to love, and something to hope for " Deborah Owen " Debbie " 5 29 5? — " I believe in the sun even when it ' s not shin- ing, I believe in love even when I am alone, I believe in God even when he is silent. ' Kim Donaldson 5 31 57 — " A word to you, a word to me . friend to me. " 1 friend to yi u, a Edward Karpuska " Eddy " - — " We should learn to accept people for what 1 . ire and not what tl d - 39 BMMMMHMHHH m MU i Margaret June Zabilansky " Peg " 6 15 57 — " As wc hold our glasses full of wine up, let us toast tomorrow but not sip away the past. " Mrs. Nancy Ann Shores 6 5 57 — " If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears however measured or far away. " Sandra M. Henry " Sandy " 6 1 5 7 — " Music is love in search of .1 word " David Mulholland 6 11 57 - - " The most unhappy of all men is he who believes himself to U si 40 ■ Niv Dcbra Babcock " Debbea " 6 15 57 — " Heaven is under your feet as well as over vour head " I ,, i irgi Trac) and Kathy Zimmerman 9 23 57 6 20 57 " I hope someday you will join us and thi vorld one " 41 Virginia Dowty " Gina " 6 18 57 — " Pains of love be sweeter by far, than all other pleasures are. " Gary Young 7 7 57 — " Without music, life would be a mistake. " Heidi Horn 6 22 57 — " Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is but a broken-winged bird that cannot fly. " Brian Gsell ' Monk " 5 21 5 " 7 — " VX ' isemen argue causes, fools decide them. ' 42 ■■HH Craig Conlcy 7 8 57 — " My heart is warm with the friends I make, yet there isn ' t a train I wouldn ' t take No matter where it is going. " CANCER JUNE 22- JULY 22 COLOR: Smoky Grays and Greens STONE: Pearl KEYWORDS: Protectively, Sensitively GOOD TRAITS: Sympathetic, Sensitive, Powerful, Imaginative, Patriotic BAD TRAITS: Untidy, Moody, Over- Emotional, Easily Flattered, Given to Self -Pity James Zabilansky 7 21 57 — " A friend is one who knows you well, and likes you just the same " Don Smith 7 3 57 _ " Thoughts, rest your wings. Here is a hollow of silence, a nest of stillness in which to hatch your 43 jlT , X Gary Dimmock 7 9 56 — " To be great is to be misunderstood. " ■si? Laurecn Anderson 7 4 57 — " Fantasy is just a game people play with each other. " Colette Wilde 7 8 57 — " Silence is but the first step towards under- standing, " Harold Levesque " Charger " 7 2 5 7 — " A true sportsman is one who plays the field- 44 7 29 57 ■ ily fire. " Lonnie Warner " Freak " " Where there ' s smoke, there ' s not necessar- Michaele Wilkes " Mike " 6 15 56 — " Everybody has to be somebody to somebody to be anybody. " £ v Sharon Adams 7 18 57 — " Habib, would you like this onion or just a slice of it? Did I prefer the part to the whole whole to the parr ' " Francis LaBonte " Fran " 7 10 57 — " Scout for the slcy, 75 off R oad. ' 45 E I Joyce Czarnecki " J.C Penny " 8 20 ?7 — " Winter, spring, summer or fall, all you have to do is call, you ' ve got a friend- " LEO JULY 23- AUGUST 22 COLOR: Golden Yellow Orange STONE: Ruby KEYWORDS: Impressively, Powerfully GOOD TRAITS: Sensitive, Creative, Generous, Born Leaders, Natural Warm-Hearted Charm BAD TRAITS: Quarrelsome, Bullying, Intolerant, Snobbish, Jealousy Kimberly Fox " Foxy " 7 29 57 — " Life is very short; and very uncertain, let us spend it as well as wc can " 46 Margaret O ' Brien " Mitzi " 8 7 57 — " In perperuum, frater, ave atquc vale ' Julie Anne Sespaniak 8 7 57 — " I really do not imagine how people can be unhappy, my belief is that they do not know where to find happiness. " Lm Fill Bre.nda Hunt 8 57 — " It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are. " Patrick Cowperthwaite 7 31 57 — " It is not the who or what that matters in life, but the whys which must be answered; and I shall try " 47 Hwa Dudek 8 18 57 — " All people smile in the same language. " Shelhe Oullette 8 14 57 — " The only reward of virtue is virtue; The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Denise Bowering " Den " 7 25 57 — " Keep your face in the sun and the shadow will fall behind. " Robin McLuskev 8 16 57 — " Some people are so contrary that if they fell in a river, they ' d insist on floating upstream. " 48 ( Darlene M. Hunt " Dar " 8 26 57 — " I ' ve been happy lately, thinking about the good things to come. " Mike Green 8 19 57 — " I want my son to be the best hunter in New England. Should I adopt an Indian ' ' " Suzanne Prose " Suzy " 8 14 57 — " Did you ever wake up to find a day that broke up your mind — Destroyed your notion of circular time? It ' s just that demon life Has got you in its sway. " Paula Norman 8 22 57 — " Yet I cannot tarry longer. The sea that calls all things unto her calls me, and I must embark. " 49 VIRGO Carrie Smith 9 13 7 — " They cannot scare mc with their empry spaces, Between stars — on stars where no human race is. I have it in me so much nearer home. To scare myself with my own desert places " A UGUST 23 — SEPTEMBER 22 COLOR: Dark Grays, Browns, Navy Blues STONE: Sardonyx KEYWORDS: Errtically, Analytically GOOD TRAITS: Hard-Working, Practical, Meticulous, Perfectionists, Tidy BAD TRAITS: Worrisome, Hypercritical, Finicky, Petty, Can Be Too Inhibited. Brenda Sbarge 9 7 57 — " Tis the voice of the lobster, I heard him declare You have baked me ux brown, 1 must sugar my hair. " 50 9 9 57 go ' " Debbie Stewart " I ' m looking through you, where did you Diana Palumbo " Di " 9 1 57 — " The waves that plunge along the shore whis- pered, " Dreamer, " dream forever more " Cindy Lee 9 21 57 — " You have the freedom to be yourself Here and Now. " Laurie Duell 9 8 57 — " Yesterday is only a dream, tomorrow is only a vision. But a well lived today makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope " 51 Pat Wearne 9 24 57 — " Treasure the gift of understanding. ' LIBRA SEPTEMBER 23 — OCTOBER 23 COLOR: Blue and Pink STONE: Sapphire KEYWORDS: Harmoniously, Together GOOD TRAITS: Charming, Easy Going Nature, Romantic, Diplomatic, Idealistic BAD TRAITS: Indecisive, Resentful, Flirtatious, Gullible, Easily Influenced Bambi Knight " Bambino " 9 24 57 — " Tenderly I give you my hand, that you may feel the warmth of its grasp. " Francis Raia " Chi Chi " 9 26 56 — " Success is a journey not a destin) 52 f V Steve Groves 10 10 37 — " We judge ourselves by what we feel capa- ble of doing, others judge us by what we have done " Tom Krawiec " Kradad " 10 4 57 — " Win without boasting, lose wirhout excuse " Jean Stefaniak " Jeannie " 10 6 ' 57 — " If you can ' t win make the one in front of you break the record " Darlene Hackett 10 5 56 — " The world is mine: blue hills, still silver hikes, broad field flowers, and the long white road a gate- less garden, and an open path; my feet to follow, and my heart to hold. " 53 Tim North 9 28 57 — " Yours is the earth, and everything that ' s in yi-. 0 Liunc Sanders 54 ZP i L S » Anne Farney LQ£? tiT— " Whacever your lot in life, huild something Steve Dzat 10 22 57 — " If I can ' t take it with me, I ' m not going 5S on .6 SCORPIO OCTOBER 24 — NOVEMBER 22 COLOR: Dark Red, Maroon STONE: Opal KEYWORDS: Intensively, Passionately GOOD TRAITS: Highly Imaginative, Subtle, Persistent, Powerful Peelings and Emotions BAD TRAITS: Jealous, Stubborn, Secretive, Suspicious, Resentful Karen Danforth 10 19 57 — " The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you can ' t. " Craig Segar 10 26 56 — " A just future awaits the deserving. ' Glenn Catr 10 13 57 — " Personality has the power to open many doors, but character must keep them open " 56 Kathv Ju Lemire 10 30 57 — " Breathe deep and smile, Things could be a lot worse. " Laurie Volsdal he thing that I call living is just being )one left to bla Debra Jean Larson " Debbie " 11 1 57 — " The art of living consists in knowing impulses to obey and which must be made to stay. " Jeff Baker 11 21 57 — " A man is as big as the things that make him angry. " 57 Elizabeth Noonan " Betsy " 1 1 26 57 — " The worst pain of all is not physical. ' SAGITTARIUS NOVEMBER 23 — DECEMBER 22 COLOR: Purple, Dark Blue STONE: Topaz KEYWORDS: Wildly, Freely GOOD TRAITS: Optimistic, Versatile, Open-minded, Good Judgement, Sincere BAD TRAITS: Prone to Exaggeration, Tactless, Boisterous, Irresponsible, Restless Paul Slivinsky 12 2 57 — " We arc all blind, till someone shows us che way. Even then, will I follow Gail Graf 11 25 57 — " I own rhe stars because nobody else before me ever thought of owning them " 58 , Candy Kalas 12 12 V — " Use what talents you possess; the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those who sang best. " T Cindy Kalas 12 12 " ) " — " Laugh and the whole world laughs AT you " Judy Jolicoeur 12 5 57 — " Those were the days my friend, we thought they ' d never end " 59 Brcnda Bousquet 1 j j 57 — " What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly. It ' s dearness only that gives everything its value " Donna Farris 12 11 56 — " Everyday need not be warm. Light rain should thread could thread some days together . " Richard David Davis Jr, " Dave " i _• i,. 56 _ " [J you want to be happ think happy ' Shawn Lampron i: 9 57 — " M greatest inspiration is a challenge to attempt the impossible. " 60 Steve Cabaniss " Bear " 12 16 57 — " It is better to listen than to talk ' Lynn Bonderman 12 15 57 — " I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. " CAPRICORN DECEMBER 23 — JANUARY 19 COLOR: Black, Very Dark Green, Brown STONE: Turquoise KEYWORDS: Prudently, Aspiringly GOOD TRAITS: Reliable, Prudent, Good Sense of Humor, Patient, Ambitious BAD TRAITS: Rigid Outlook, Pessimistic, Conventional, Mean, Over-Exacting Lome Elderkin 12 26 57 — " Nothing can be more cherished than the value of each dav " 61 Tina Surette 12 27 57 — " Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — i took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. " Carleen Frazer " Car " 12 31 57 — " Let her cry for she ' s a lady. Let her dream for she is a child Linda Bane 12 27 56 — " give me time, time for patience, for under- standing too, Time to remember, thoughtful deeds, to do. time to believe in, all fellowman, time to perceive the value of a friend. " Tony Lapointe 12 29 57 — " Time does not become sacred to us until WC have lived it. " 62 Elizabeth Porter " Liz " 1 3 57 - " There tan be no very black melancholy to him who lives in the midst of nature and has his senses Bruce Rocha 1 11 57 — " Wild oat s will get sown some time, and one of the arts of life is to sow them at the right time. " Ken rererue 1 4 57 — " Lift ' s constitution is all sail and no anchor. ] s 57 Nancy Parker " This above all, to thine own self be true . ' 63 1 6 55 tion. " Sccve Diulio " I can resist everything except tempta- Charlene West 1 1 57 — " Give what you have. To someone, it may be better than you dare to think. " John Barbcro 1 12 57 — " Spend your money on health food and you sha be run over by a truck. " Mary Jojendrucck 1 11 57 — " The old men say ' the earth only endures. ' You spoke truly You are right. ' 64 M Joel Harding I id 57 -- " We do not change things with our desire, hut rather our desires change. " AQUARIUS COLOR: Electric Blue STONE: Amethyst KEYWORDS: Independently, Humanely GOOD TRAITS: Independent, Triendly, Original, Faithful, Idealistic BAD TRAITS: Unpredictable, Eccentric, Rebellious, Tactless, Perverse Hli abcth Henry " Betty " I 27 57 — " Always take the time to say what ' s in your heart. " Bill Trousdell i 24 57 — " Thought is the seed of action. ' 65 M 0fe+ : 1 Sherry Clough 1 23 57 — " In many ways the saying ' know thyself is not well said It is more practical to say ' know other people. " Bruce Mancuso 2 4 57 — " If we must go as tattered gypsies seeking out the friendly people — let it be so. " ... ? I M t Pam Wells 2 1 5 7 — " The Dream that I see makes nit what I am. ' Dou£ Moore 1 25 57 — " What, me worn - " 66 Karen K Cooke " Cookie " — " I will be the gladdest thing under the sun! I will couch a hundred f lowerwand not pick one. " jK mm «r . 4 " Ken Shores 5 57 — " A little humor no ; and then, never hurt the st of men " K v Warren Diana 2 11 5 7 — " The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds; the pessimist fears this is true. " Janis Romanick — " Lire is like an onion you peel it off one layer .it a time, and sometimes you weep. " 67 Susan Lafontaine " Sue " 2 18 57 — " Live for today. But remember yesterday, And think of tomorrow. " PISCES FEBRUARY 20 — MARCH COLOR: Sea-Green STONE: Moonstone KEYWORDS: Nebulously, J) Impressiona bly GOOD TRAITS: Humble, Sympathetic, Emotional, Impressionable, Kind BAD TRAITS: Vague, Easily J} Confused, Unable to Cope Witty the Practical Running of TheirJW Life )) ( -■ a. % : r 45 Pam Willis " Do you know what 1 know Steve Goepfert " Gef f " 2 19 1 — " Don ' t be misled by his innocent lix ks 68 Robert Hampton 5 11 58 — " I will rise again " Tina Tuominen 2 23 57 — " a ooolmg breeze and the sky is filled with pine tree voices. " Mary Gugliotti 2 ' 23 57 — " Remembered toys are never past Karen Bunce 2 26 57 — " Let ' s go sec the sun Before it stops turning Together we can lie in fields of wonder. " 69 Jeff Gallic 3 2 57 -- " We ought never to do wrong when people are looking " .; ' I Carla Ree Doran 3 7 57 — " I ' ve come here on my own. My only friend my pocket, My heart my only home. " 70 Y Vy aw Of Frank Quinn 2 29 56 — " My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me. " Bill Zimmerman 3 19 57 — " It ' s not that I like study less, it ' s that I love fun more. " SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS ■ -■ 10 2 57 — " There are several good protections against temptations, but the surest is cowardice. 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' (•t, O Sheerer- frtep o r first- v Icfara OJe r £ " ,r« . -ion rtjh ScWi6 ' bashti bell +e n . UJeu ill never for dr -tha-t Score f Si ' SO or -r-be ecsfc f,c CfOUtf s s? 78 undeA $ s 79 v, .3 V, V ! o E 8- i r if H H c z I I h I SF txM 0 v r •■ ,V t 81 ml 83 £np to 6 - ' i - c V, 5 In? N em £ ?j y f 3. % %%W 8 1y JU J jt ' l hris.j nvjj) v x v v J X V j your refrigerator running? 4 k It Jh p M-ft y ar. U Mr N. and Mrs G — Is this what we drove you to? Hi ' We ' re the kids from sandbox two 87 ACTIVITIES 89 HpVMMi National Honor Society I see ya Employees of the Corner Shoppc 90 Cat in the Hat ' You ' re too old for that 1 ' v i A day ' s work is never done mmnn Photo Club Library Club A_ £L_ Scuba and Snorkel Club Funny-looking bullscyc ' Dart Club Wauh this Bridge Club 4, 3, 2, 1 I quit ' Rocket Club 93 Spelunking Club Good Shot! Nice )ob Manko ' Knitting and Crocheting Club Future Teachers Club Pep Club ' ; " : ' • -,:•■. .-. I 1514 m Beautiful - Tolland High School sincerely thanks the Booster Club for their hard work and generosity. The equipment fur- nished by their donated time and effort is greatly appreci- ated. 96 Nutmeg Boys ' State Laurel Girls ' State Student Council Executive Board Eyrie Staff Co-Editors — Melissa Dudek, Dawn Luginbuhl Our hard-working Student Council consists of only a few, and they deserve commendation. Some of the things they succeeded in are: smoking in the courtyard, improvement of the lounge and Cafe, organization of the parking lot and restroom clean-up. Thanks, kids, even though we seem apathetic. Missing from picture: Ellen Gray and Kathy Jo Lemire. Working . . as usual. p Audio Visual Club An Club Sturbndge Village ' 98 CHORUS Madrigal Singers 100 BAND •$ w -j 101 BILLY LIAR Director: Brad Magrey w »w« c ■ Billy Mrs. Boothroyd . Alice Geoffrey Arthur Barbara Stage Manager . .... Bruce Rogers ... Carrie Smithh . . Peg Zabilansky .... Peter Perreira . . . Brandon Davis Sid Stockel ... Helen Wyland . Carol MacArthur Jeff Gallic v V EFLECTION SPORTS 75 103 5, in a ) 9+ Cc ay, sv. s yi SOCCER 6 wins — 6 losses — 3 ties pptui VARSITY John Barbero Doug Durdan Mike Toppi Ron Langevin Paul Levcsque Tim Blauvelt Steve Goepf en Scott Kramer Roy Gurnon Rkkjedrziewski Tony Oullette Scott Dudek Mike Lahue Pete Hyjek Dave Henry Harold Levesque Coach — Augie Link Mgrs. — Dom Pal umbo, Steve Busel The yearbook staff failed to get pictures of the Junior Varsity team and we are very sorry. They finished with a record of 9 wins — 4 losses — 1 tie. 106 " r. -ifsai You put your right foot in . Deep in thought. Break! • 0W Let ' s get it together. Pleased ta meet ya. 107 VARSITY Brian Bcuncr Scott Kramer Roj Gurnon Tony Oullcttc Jeff Baker Doug Durdan Tom Krawicc Tim Rlauvelt Pete Jesanis Rick Jedmewski Dennis Tracey Mgr Rick Higgins Coach Bcrnie Mulligan Chalk one up for Tommy ' 108 When history was made - Tolland 58, Ellington 50 The first of 2 victories. BASKETBALL Hit the deck!? ' Varsity — 13 wins — 7 losses . Varsity — 16 wins — 4 losses Freshmen — 5 wins — 8 losses .JUNIOR VARSITY ' Barry Johnson Dave Kopsiek Paul Lafontaine Brian Tracey Mike Ketcham Dave Bane Scott Dudek Jeff Muller Dave Alderuccio Pete Hyiek Mgr Andy Hoermann Coach — Skip Olender 109 GIRLS BASKETBALL Varsity — 13 wins — 5 losses J. Varsity — 9 wins — 4 losses i ♦ VARSITY Gina Dowry — Co-Captiin Shellie Ouellette Laurie Duell — Co-Capcain Ann Gugliotti Bctry Janelle Maeve O ' Neill Patti Roberts Lira Ulbinslcy Mickey O ' Neill Tracey Benson Advisors — Lynn Nocifora, Alice LaPoint V y, .3. " Let ' s Go! ' 112 JUNIOR VARSITY Linda Noch — Co-capcain Niamey Bowen Dome Hrbe — Co-captain Nora Stockel Ann Beaulieu Judy Jendrucek Kach) Hoke Ann Furey Lisa Lemek same Advisors Unofficial cheerleaders 113 DIRECTORY A DAMS, SHARON — p. 45 pep club 1; neco 2; cross country 2; floor hockey 3; track 3; bowling club 2; ski club 2, 3, 4; volleyball 4; chess club 2. }; greenhouse director 4 AHNERT, SANDY — p. 38 art club 1,2, 3, 4 ANDERSON, LAUREEN — p. 44 ski club 3, 4; art club 1, 2, 3, 4 BABCOCK, DEBRA — p. 41 library page. 1. 2, 3, 4; 020 member 2, 3, 4, future teachers 1; chorus 2, 3; voice class 4; work study 3, 4; student sec. in guidance 2 BAILEY, ANNE — p. 36 ski club 4; child D club 4 BAKER, JEFF — p. 57 baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; cross country 1, 2, 3, 4; basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; homeroom rep. 1;SBJ club (vice pres.) 2,3 BANE, LINDA — p. 62 BARBERO, JOHN — p. 64 ski club 2; soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; basketball 1; baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; class pres. 1; student council 1 ; board of directors 4; SBJ club (treasurer 3) 1, 2, 3,4; child D club 4 BARROWS, LINDA — p. 55 child D club 4 BEITNER, BRIAN — p. 35 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; cross country, 3, 4; track 3, 4; student council 1, 2; class treas. 1; class pres. 3, 4; boys ' state del. 3; SBJ club 1,2, 3,4 (sec. 2) BERUBE, GARY — p. 36 track 3 BONDERMAN, LYNN — p. 61 BOUSQUET, BRENDA — p. 60 library club 1, 2, 3, 4; student council rep. 4 BOWERING, DENISE — p. 48 drama 1; track 2, 3, 4; yearbook 4; ski club 3; rat patrol 4; torch staff 3 BOYDEN, KEN — p. 33 ping pong club 1, 4; pep band 3, 1; dance band 2, 3, 4; band 1, 2, 3, 4 BRENNON, STEVE — p. 35 bowling 1, 2 BROOKS, JOHN — p. 59 BUNCE, KAREN — p. 69 chess club 1, 2; bowling club 2, 3; ski club 2, 3, 4; student secretary 4; pep club 1 BUSH, KATHY — p. 31 " torch " 3 CABANISS, STEVE — p. 61 track 3, 4; ping pong club 2, 3, 4 CARR, GLENN — p. 56 CLOUGH, SHERRY — p. 66 national honor society 3, 4; drama club 1, 2, 3: pep band 1, 2, 3, 4; board of directors 1, 2, 3, 4; neco 2; ski club 2, 3; prom committee 3; club culture 3; band 1,2,3.4 CONLEY, CRAIG — p. 43 homeroom rep. 1, 2; ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; slide rule club 2 COOKE, KAREN — p. 67 neco 2; ski club 2; drama 1, 2, 3 COWPERTHWAITE, PATRICK — p. 47 band 4; dance band 2, 3, 4; bowling club 3; board of directors 3; pep band 3, 4; neco 1; scuba club 4; ski club 4; prom committee 3 CZARNECKI, JOYCE — p. 46 DAMMAN, HANS — p. 71 ping pong club 1 ; ski club 2 DANFORTH, KAREN — p. 56 art club 1, 2, 3, 4 DAVIS, DAVID — p. 60 track 2, 3, 4; ski club 2, 3, 4; " billy liar " 4; scuba club 4; bowling club 4 DAVIS, MAHLON — p. 38 DIANA, WARREN — p. 67 future teachers 1, 2; chess club 1, 2; ski club 1 DIMMOCK. GARY — p. 44 DIULIO, STEPHEN — p. 64 DONALDSON, KIM — p. 39 DORAN, CARLA — p. 70 echo staff 1,2; national honor society 3, 4; yearbook photography 2, 3, 4; ski club 3; basketball 1 DOWTY, VIRGINIA — p. 42 cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; ski club 2, 3, 4; future teachers 1; Softball 2; yearbook 4; soccer 1 ; danceband 4 ; eastern regional orchestra 4; nccc 4; gymnastics 1; rat patrol 4; floor hockey 3 DUDEK, EVA — p. 48 DUDEK, MELISSA — p. 30 future teachers 1; national honor society 3, 4; ski club 4; afs 1; student council 1, 2, 3; dance committee 1, 2, 3, 4; pep club 1; yearbook co-editor 4; board of direc- tors 1, 2, 3, 4; pep band 2; " the boy- friend " 1; prom committee 3; nccc cho- rus 2; child D club 4; chorus 2; band 1; neco 1,2; girls ' state delegate 3 DUELL, LAURIE — p 51 cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; track 1, 2, 3, 4; cross country 2; soccer 1 ; basketball manager 3; board of education rep. 3, 4; homeroom rep. 2, 4; prom committee 3; board of directors 4; dance committee 1. 2, 3, 4; variety show 2, 4; pep club 1; future teachers 1; ski club 2, 4; afs 1; banner carrier 3; child D club 4; casino night 1, 2, 3 DUNTZ, SANDY — p. 31 library club 4 ; chorus 4 DZAT, STEVE — p. 5 ELDERKIN. LORRIE — p. 61 bowling club 1, 2; esp club 1, 2; school store 4 FARNEY, ANNE — p. 54 FARRIS, DONNA — p. 60 floor hockey 3; track 3 FERENCE, KEN — p. 63 chess club 2; pep band 2, 3; dance band 1, 2, 3, 4; freshman basketball 1; nccc regional band 2, 4 FLEET, BILL — p. 36 ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; basketball 1 FOX, KIM — p. 46 ski club 2, 3, 4; future teachers 1; stu- dent council 2; work study 3, 4; track 2; yearbook 4 FRAZER, CARLEEN — p. 56 GALLIC, JEFFREY — p. 70 baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; basketball 1; " billy liar " 4; bowling club 2, 3, 4; ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; exchange with weaver h.s. 2 GOEPFERT, STEPHEN — p. 68 soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; child D club 4; fresh- man basketball 1; jv basketball 2; base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; bowling club 3, 4 GRAF, GAIL — p. 58 lib. page 1, 2, 3, 4; pep club 1; school store 4 GRAY, ELLEN — p. 28 " torch " 2, 3; afs 2; drama 1, 2. 3, 4; class advisory board 3; student council (chair- man student court comm.) 4; chorus 2, 4; nccc chorus 4; " the boy friend " 1; " deadly ernest " (stage manager) 3; vari- ety show 2, 4 GREEN, MIKE — p. 49 track 2,4; football 2, 3.4 GROVES, STEVEN — p. 53 cross country 1, 2, 3, 4; track 1, 2, 3, 4; ski club 3, 4 1)4 GSELL, BRIAN — p. 42 GUGLIOTTI, MARY — p. 69 ski club 2, 3, 4; scuba 2; board of direc- tors 2, 3, 4; home ec club 1; junior class sec; senior class sec. GURNON, ROY — p. 34 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; child D club; boys ' state delegate 3 HACKETT, DARLENE — p. 53 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; bowl- ing 1,3; ping pong 4; floor hockey 2, 3, 4; school store 4 HAMPTON, ROBERT — p. 61 HARDING, JOEL — p 65 ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; soccer 1; child D club 4; cruiser club 4 HENRY, BETTY — p. 65 bowling 2; ski club 3, 4; work study 3, 4; casino night HENRY, SANDY — p. 40 national honor society 3, 4; band 1, 2, 3, 4; chorus 4; gymnastics club 1, 2; rat patrol 4; cheerleading 1, 2 (transfer) new england music festival 2, 3; all-state music festival 2, 3, 4; s.e.d. district mass. 2 HORN, HEIDI — p. 42 pep club 1, 2, 4; ski club 1, 2; advisory board 1, 2, 3; gymnastics 1 ; future teach- ers 1; casino nite 1, 2 HORSMAN, HEIDI — p. 33 bowling 1, 2; floor hockey 3; future teachers club 1 ; student council 1 ; ping pong club 4; setting for variety show 2 HUNT, BRENDA — p. 47 band 1, 2, 3, 4; chorus 2, 3, 4; pep club 1, 2, 4; nccc band 2, 3, 4; bowling 2, 3; board of directors 4; national honor society 3, 4; variety show 2 HUNT, DARLENE — P . 49 pep club 3; library club 1, 2, 3, 4 HURLEY, TIM — p. 35 ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; bowling club 1, 2, 3, 4; baseball 2,3.4 INGRAHAM, SHARON — p. 32 band 1, 2, 3, 4; pep band 2, 3; bowling 1, 2, 3; gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; all eastern chorus 3; nccc chorus 3; nccc band 4; chorus 2, 3, 4; madrigals 4 JANELLE, BETTY — p. 35 cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; yearbook 4; gym nasties 1; rat patrol 4; variety show 1, 2 nccc band 3, 4; bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 " torch " 2, 3; school store 4; ski club 4 library club 1 ; band 1, 2, 3, 4 JENDRUCEK, MARY JO — p. 64 pep band 1, 2, chess club 1; board of directors 2; nccc 4; all-eastern band 4; band 1, 2, 3, 4; national honor society 3, 4; student council 2 JOLICOEUR. JUDY — P . 59 pep club 1, 2, 3; library club 1, 2, 3, 4 JONES, ROSANNE — p. 30 KAGYA. MARIKO — p. 32 knitting and crocheting KALAS, CANDY — P . 59 track 2; soccer 2; pep band 2, nccc band 3, 4; afs club 2; rat patrol 4; variety show 2; yearbook 4 KALAS, CINDY — p. 59 dance band 4; rat patrol 4; band 1, 2; pep band 1, 2 KARESKLCARLA — p. 55 future teachers club 1; cross country 2; track 2; yearbook 4; ski club 2, 3, 4; rat patrol 4 KARPUSKA, EDWARD — p. 39 KASSETT, SUE — p. 36 ski club 2, 3, 4; child D club 4 KINNEY, LINDA — p. 37 ski club 1, 2, 3; art club 1, 2; track 2, 3; photo club KNIGHT, BAMBI — p. 52 scuba club 3, 4; ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; trea- surer 2, 3, 4; bowling club 1; Softball 2; student council 1,2; floor hockey 3; vol- leyball 3; set crew 1, 2; gymnastics; year- book 4; fallen eagles 1; casino night 1, 2 K RAW I EC. TOM — p. 53 basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; child D club 4; cruising club 3, 4 LaBONTE, FRANCIS — p. 45 LAFONTAINE, SUSAN — p. 68 future teachers 1; yearbook 4; pep band 1; pep club 1; school store 4; rat patrol 4; soccer 1; band 1, 2 LAMPRON, SHAWN — p. 10 national honor society 4; newspaper 1, 2, 3; student council 3, 4; pep club 1, 2, 3; library club 2, 3, 4 LaPOINTE, ANTHONY — p. 56 LARSEN, DEBRA — p. 57 future teachers 1; art club 1, 2, 3; pep club 2; fallen eagles club 2; future nurses club 1, 2 LEE, CINDY — p. 51 bowling 1, 3; future teachers 1, 2; library aide 1 ; madrigals 4; ping pong 4; nccc chorus 3,4; eastern chorus 4 LEMIRE, KATHY JO — p. 57 " arsenic and old lace " 1; bowling 1, 2; library club 1, 2, 3, 4; student council 2, 3,4 LEVESQUE, HAROLD — p. 44 soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; vice club 2, 3, 4; child D club 4 LOEHR,BOB — p. 33 library page 1, 2, 3, 4; audio visual club 3; ping pong club 1 ; photo club 3 LOTRECK, DALE — p. 29 track 1; vice club 2, 3, 4; dance band 2, 3,4 LUGINBUHL, DAWN — p. 34 soccer 1; varsity basketball 1, 2; home- room rep. 1,2; vice president 2; softball 2; yearbook co-editor 4; ski club 2; vari- ety show 2 ; rat patrol 4 MANCUSO, BRUCE — p. 66 MARQUETTE, TERI — p. 29 future teachers 2; art club 1,2; madrigal 4; all eastern 4; library 1, 2; nccc chorus 4; pep club 1, 2; afs 1, 2 MARTIN, PAUL — p. 28 art 1,2,3 MARTIN, PETER — p. 31 McCUSKER, RHONDA — p. 37 soccer 2; baseball 2; homeroom rep. 2 McLUSKEY, ROBIN — p. 48 MOORE, DOUG — p. 66 vice president 1; soccer 2; ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; gymnastic club 1, 2; vice club 2, 3, 4; bowling club 1 MOREY, JAMES — p. 34 MORGANSON, WAYNE — p. 70 MULHOLLAND, DAVE — p. 40 bowling club 1; art club 1, 2; advisory board 2 ; homeroom rep. 1 NELSON, GREG — p. 55 bowling club 2; ski club 2; track 3; ping pong club 1 NOCH, LAURIE — p. 33 student secretary 4; child D club 4 NOONAN, BETSY — p. 58 NORMAN, PAULA — p. 49 student council 1, 2; school store 4; executive board 4; yearbook 4 NORTH, TIM — p. 54 ski club 3, 4; track 3; bowling 4 O ' BRIEN, MITZI — p. 47 ski club 2, 3, 4; softball 2 115 O ' NEILL. MICKEY — p. 70 checrlcading 1, 2, 4; gymnastics 1, 2, 3; ski club 3; homeroom rep. 2; Softball 2; child D club 4 OUELLETTE, SHELLIE — p. 48 basketball 2, 4; Softball 2; track 1; cheer- leading 4; ski club 3, 4; floor hockey 3 OWEN, DEBBIE — p. 39 library club 2, 4; national honor society 1, student sec. 3; home ec club 1; teacher 1 PALUMBO, DIANA —p. 51 pep club 1 ; future teachers club 1 ; exec- utive board of directors 3, 4; girls ' intra- mural soccer 1 PARENT, DIANE — p. 38 pep club 1; Softball 2; yearbook 2, 3, 4; school newspaper 2, 3; executive board member 4; cross country 2; school store 4 PARKER, NANCY — p. 63 ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; national honor society 3, 4; drama club 2; photo club 3; scorekeeper for boys track 3 PERREIRA. PETER — p. 37 bowling 1, 2; pep club 1, 2; library club 1, 2, 3, 4; " the boyfriend " ; " the night is my enemy " 2; set building 1, 2, 3, 4; assistant manager " you ' re a good man charlie brown " 2; " deadly ernest " 3; " ask any girl " 3; future teachers 1; " billy liar " 4; madrigal singers 4; stu- dent council 4 PHILIPP, SUSAN — p. 39 ski club 2, 3, 4; pep club 1, 2; gymnas- tics 1, 2, 3, 4; " casino nite " dance hall girl 2, 3; school store 4 PORTER, ELIZABETH — p. 63 drama club 1, 2. 3; Softball 2; ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; assistant boys track manager 3; boys track manager 4; board of directors 2; student council 2; photo club 3; hik- ing club 2 PRICE, KATHY — p. 51 bowling club 1; chess club 1 ; neco 1; afs 2; newspaper club 3 PROSE, SUZANNE — p. 49 national honor society 3, 4; yearbook 4; floor hockey 3, 4; ski club 3; anglo- american travel club 4; student for par- ents night 3, 4; neco 1 QUINN, FRANK — p. 71 work study 3, 4 QUINN, GAIL — p. 34 work study 4; tolland pony league foot- ball cheerleader 4; student sec. 4; school store 4 RAIA, FRANCIS — p, 52 RAY, PETER — p. 38 ROBERTS, PATTI — p. 29 cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; variety show 2, 4; track 2; cross country 2; student council 4; student sec. 4; rat patrol 4; gymnas- tics 1, 2 ROCHA, BRUCE — p. 63 band 3 ROMANICK, JANIS — p. 67 SANDERS, LAURIE — p. 54 library club 1, 2, 3, 4 SBARGE, BRENDA — p. 50 SEGAR, CRAIG — p. 56 SESPANIAK, JULIE — p. 47 SHORES, KEN — p. 67 basketball; track 3, 4 SHORES, NANCY ANN — p. 40 SLIVINSKY, PAUL — p. 58 SMITH, CARRIE — p. 50 set building " arsenic and old lace " , " the boyfriend " 1 ; " you ' re a good man, char- lie brown " 2; " deadly ernest " 3; " ask any girl " 3; " billy liar " 4; hiking club 1; art club 1, 2; board of directors 1, 2; yearbook publicity 4; national honor society treas. 3, 4; band decorations 1, 2, 3; variety show 4; pep band 1, 2 SMITH, DON — p. 43 ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; bowling club 4; photo club 4; track 3, 4 STEFANIAK, JEAN — p. 53 homeroom rep. 2; vice president 3; track 3; vice president 4; national honor soci- ety 4 STEWART, DEBBIE — p. 50 home ec club 1 ; ski club 3; anglo-ameri- can travel club 4; yearbook 4; student guide for parents ' night 3, 4; student sec. 3 STOCKEL, SID — p. 54 " you ' re a good man, charlie brown " 2; " deadly ernest " 3; " ask any girl " 3; " billy liar " 4; class ' 75 board 3, 4; nccc 4 TORNATORE, PATRICIA — p. 46 varsity basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; ski club 2, 3, 4; track 4; softball 2 TOURTELLOTTE, LYNN — p. 30 student council secretary 3, 4; madrigals 4; class secretary 2; all eastern band 4; greater hartford youth corale 4; neco 2; club culture 3 TRACY. GEORGE — p. 41 art club 2, 3; spelunking club 4; chess club 1 TROUSDELL, BILL — p. 65 TUOMINEN, TINA — p. 69 exchange student ULRJCH, TIMOTHY — p. 41 chess club 1 VOLSDAL, LAURIE — p. 57 student board of directors 3, 4; art club 3 WANCHAK, WENDY — p. 30 class secretary 1; class president 2; board of directors 1, 2, 3; student council 1, 2, 3, 4; yearbook 4; national honor society 3, 4; future teachers club 1; pep club 1 pep band 1, 2, 3, 4; nccc band 2, 3, 4 dance band 1, 2, 3, 4; " the boyfriend " 1 " ask any girl " 3; variety show 2; softball 2; track 3; all-state band 4; all eastern band 4 WARKS, DEBBIE — p. 32 WARKS, MARY — p. 29 ski club 3, 4 WARNER, LONNY — p. 45 WEARNE, PAT — p. 52 fashion show 2, 3, 4; fall frolic fair; stu- dent rep. activity council 4 WEST, CHARLENE — P . 64 school store 4; national honor society 4 WEST, GENE — p. 28 WEST, LINDA — p. 41 school store 4 WILDE, COLETTE — p. 44 WILKS, MIKE — p. 45 WILLIS, PAM — p. 68 cheerleader 1, 2, 3 YOUNG, GARY — p, 42 cross country 1; dance band 1, 2, 3, 4; homeroom rep. 1; pep band 1, 2, 3, 4; j.v. baseball 1, 2; track team 3, 4; all eastern band 4; all state band 4; variety show 2 ZABILANSKY, JIM — p. 43 ski club 1, 2, 3, 4; track 4 ZABILANSKY, PEGGY — p. 40 future teachers 1; softball 2; chess club 1, 2, 3; ping pong 1; ski club 1, 2, 3; " billy liar " ; board of directors 4; year- book 4 ZIMMERMAN, BILL — p. 71 ZIMMERMAN, KATHY —p. 41 gymnastics 1, 2; spelunking club 4; chess club 116 117 13 years. . . closer to you Vernon National Bank has more offices in Tolland County than any other national bank, for your convenience. 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Come in and see us Allen Lawrence " The place to go when you have a party or get together. " Ph. 875-4765 Rt. 1 95 Merrow Rd. Marge Cerrigone Tolland, Conn. 06084 John Cerrigone J M UPHOLSTERING TOLLAND PHARMACY INC. Slipcovers Wallpaper Draperies Carpeting Free Decorating Service Robert F. Klecak RPh. Mgr. Tolland Center Shoppes Route 74 Tolland, Conn. 872 2831 124 e reward isfoha e donei. -Ralph Waldo Emerson m THE SAVINGS BANK OF ROCKVILLE MEMBER F D I C Offices in Rockville and Somers 125 m DAVID J. WEBSTER BUILDER - DEVELOPER Rockville ' s Finest Food Store Cost and 1 0% on groceries, frozen foods, dairy and health and beauty aids. U.S.D.A. Choice meats and top quality produce. Located in the center of Rockville ' s redevelopment area. 22 East Main Street Rockville, CT BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1975 the ROCKVILLE an (203) 875-6663 127 875-5503 ROCKVILLE FLORIST 6 Kingsbury Avenue Rockville, Connecticut PEOPLE ' S Sctviiij Heinle SINCE 1870 Member Federal Deposit Inn ROCKVILLE VERNON CIRCLE 128 Plastic Molds — Tools — Engineering A EMOLD COMPANY, INC. Tolland industrial Park Tolland, CT Tel. 872-8369 STEVE TOMS PIZZERIA 4WestRd., Ellington For prompt service, call 875-6203 ow S+eve Bellinghiri ned by Tom Benoit SHURWAY SUPERETTE Rt. 195, Merrow Rd. Tolland, Conr . 872 6089 Store Hours Monday 9-6 Tuesday 9-6 Wednesday 9-8 Thursday 9-8 Friday 9-9 Saturday 9-6 Sunday 8-1:30 Compliments of: MttenFannu Best Wishes to the Class of ' 75 SWISS LAUNDRY Milk Ice C ream Rt.83 Ellington, Conn. 06029 Windsor Ave. Rockville C+. Compliments of ZAHNER ' S MEN ' S SHOP Main St. Rockville " Clothes cr lad and Dad " 129 Good Luck Class of " 75 " HARTMANN ' S SUPER MARKET Windsor Ave. Rockville, CT THE KINGFISHER CORP. Industrial Drive Tolland, Conn. - _ BILL ' S AUTO PARTS OF TOLLAND Bill DeBacco Prop. Late Model Cars and Trucks Bought and Sold " The House of A Million Parts " Route 74 Tolland, Conn. Manchester: 649 4578 Rockville: 875 6231 YES, YOU CAN... Reap more than you sow WITH $$$AVINGS It ' s .nice when you get back more than you put in... and at our bank, it ' s regular! Regular big interest is paid on every dollar you save with us — and that helps your savings grow. ..fast and sure. Harvest yourself a happy financial future. Start a savings plan with us now and add to it regularly. BANKING HOURS Monday thru Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Friday y :00 a.m. to 7 :30 p.m. THE SAVINGS BANK OF TOLLAND 670 TOLLAND STAGE ROAD TOLLAND, CONNECTICUT Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 131 TOLLAND AUTO PARTS Call 872-05 1 4 or 456 0203 Rt. 195 — Merrow Rd. Tolland TOWNESHOPPES Congratulations Gradsof 1975 RED APPLE SUPERMARKET 73 East Street Rockville, Connecticut « Tel. 203 — 872 0801 tte GAIIOVSSIi GIFT S-CARDS ' P ARTY TRI-CITY SHOPPING H1ZA • VERNON CONN 0 s Best Wishes to the Class of ' 75 132 All Our Good Wishes to the Class of 1975 m realtor ' Ljouble Ljutch | eciltij OF TOLLAND, CT. M L V. BLAUVEIT 875-8121 VERNON WORK APPAREL MIS Route 30 El Camino Plaza Vernon, Conn. 06066 Phone: 872-2906 " Serving you since 1881 " F. A. RANDALL STATIONERY CO., INC. Books Stationery Office Supply Business Forms Office Equipment 3M Copy Paper Photo Finishing School Supplies Tri-City-Plaza, Vernon, Conn. Phone: 872 0547 TOLLAND BARBERSHOP Route 74, Ray Professional Building — Lower Level We do men ' s and women ' s hairstyling — Long or Short Store Hours Tuesday-Friday 8:00-5:30 Saturday 8:00-5:00 133 Thanks to the Businesses That Have Helped Support the 1975 Eyrie Potterton ' s Home Entertainment Center Vernon Wayside Furniture Vincent ' s Pharmacy Inc. Pat Mike ' s Sunoco Regal ' s Men ' s Shop Tolland Pizza Shop Sal ' s Shoe Service Fisher Opticians ONE LINERS: Mr. Part. I leave you Sue W., Bye! PL., R.J. and S.K. before Band? O.K.! Re Rove Rou Rynn, Rherry, And Randy! Homer, hands off the girls in Italy. JH I wanna see, I wanna see! M B Who in the class of 76 with initials JF says, why try harder, I ' m already 1? Cindy M. that ' s a funny place to hide a cameo. JE, MK, MG, DT, ST, — I HATE that name! BW ' 76 ' — You happy Skipper! Wavne, no matter what remember me, Gail JC Loves you MUFFIN 134 There are places I ' ll remember All my life though some have changed Some forever not for better, Some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments, ' lovers and friends yttl andjbme are living, e loved them all. o , 3 7 " CL ° J To a f od L uc so tA V off .%i " w


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