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TRACES 

1974 




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CONTENTS 

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Faculty and Administration *x .« 

Seniors //: .N . . . . ' . ' 

Sports . . . v . . . . . . f 

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I’m headed somewhere far away 
A place called tomorrow 
On a road called today. 


— Anonymous 



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Learn from yesterday* 




. . . The years have gone by 
but 

like a fleeting wind down the 
path of dreams 
our 

memories hold a time for us. 




Live for today . . . 

If we should live 
a thousand years , 
our time is today, 
Today. 

— James Montgomery 


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Dream for tomorrow. 





Ready am I to go, 
And my eagerness 
With sails full set. 
Awaits the wind. 




MR. ANTHONY 
TORRE . . . 


a man 
a friend 

a believer . . . 


You are gone 

yet never forgotten, 

An empty chair stands still 
where, in our hearts, 
only you can sit. 

You are more 

than words can tell; 

You are the beauty of our todays, 
the foundation of our tomorrows . . . 

. . . you are the one to whom 
we dedicate this 
yearbook. 


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MR. MARIO A. GENTILE 

PRINCIPAL 


As we say farewell, I congratulate all of you in the Class of 1974 upon your 
graduation. 

We trust we have prepared you at Fermi to carry on the American way of 
life, living in contentment but not complacency. I urge you to use the knowl- 
edge and experience you have gained here to enrich your future and that of 
our nation. I hope that you will strive to improve mankind, to live in a world 
of peace and harmony, enjoying the beauty that exists and working to elimi- 
nate the ugliness. 

The influence of friends and teachers, through education, should have in- 
creased your inspiration to succeed in your own ambitions and should have 
strengthened your resolve to live as an inspiration to others. As you reach for 
new adventure in life, I ask that you treasure the qualities of kindness, hones- 
ty, understanding, and courage. Strive to find the truth, declare the truth, 
and accept the truth. 

Best wishes for continued success to the first class to have completed three 
years at Enrico Fermi High School. 

Mario A. Gentile 
Principal 


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HOUSEMASTERS 




Mr. Ralph J. Cerrato 

Red Floor 

Education makes people easy 
to lead, but difficult to drive; easy 
to govern, but impossible to 
enslave 

— Lord Brougham 


Mr. Raymond Marr 

Blue Floor 


Mr. Richard W. Kisiel 

Green Floor 


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ADMINISTRATION 



Dr. Louis Mager 

Superintendent 


Mr. Anthony Torre 

Assistant Superintendent 


BOARD OF EDUCATION 



Mr. Bernard Gordon, Mr. Charles Duren, Mr. Robert Berger, Mr. Dale Thayer, Mr. William McWha (Chairman), Mr. John Gilhooly, Mrs. 
Antoinette Strom, Mrs. Phyllis Bouchard, missing from picture, Mr. Paul M. Gaylor. 


GUIDANCE 


The Enrico Fermi Guidance Department's primary objective is to offer services to 
the students. The School Counselor assists students with educational and vocational 
planning along with the opportunity to discuss personal plans for the now and the 
future. The Guidance Office also furnishes information about the world of work, edu- 
cational programs and agencies which supplement the services of the school. 



Mrs. Margaret Wilcox 


Mrs. Georgette Pare 



NURSE 



NURSE’S AIDE 





Mrs. Patricia Holmes 



LIBRARIANS 


Mr. Arthur Kevorkian 



Mrs. Martha Dunn 


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CUSTODIAL STAFF 




Mrs. Virginia Salimen 


Mr. Robert Lataille 


CAFETERIA STAFF 


Mr. Anthony Cardarella 


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Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols 

Food Services Program 






PON A 


Mr. Richard Pellin 

Resource Teacher 



Mr. Peter Staszko 

Driver’s Education 



Mr. Harry Zeroogian 

Work Experience 



Miss Judith Gajewski 

Special Education 


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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


The Foreign Language Department encourages students to study a foreign lan- 
guage in order to create a better understanding between nations, to appreciate their 
literature, culture and life style, while at the same time improving their potential in 
the world of work. 

With the above objectives in mind, we offer all students sequential programs in 
Spanish, French, Italian and German. Our emphasis is on the sounds and grammar 
patterns of the spoken language, through audio- visual-lingual approach. 

— Mr. Raymond Mercik 



Mrs. Teresa Bueker 


Mr. Raymond Mercik 

Department Head 
“Donde esta mi regia?” 


Miss Deborah DePietro 

"I’m impressed!" 





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The artist suspects in nature a great conscious- 
ness like his own. There is not a living organism, 
not an inert object, not a cloud in the sky, not a 
green shoot in the meadow, which does not hold for 
him the secret of the great power hidden in all 
things. 

Rodin 


ART 


Mrs. Jane Docker 

“Visually orient yourself’ 




Industrial Education is an activity-oriented cur- 
riculum area concerned with problems of an indus- 
trial nature, and how to solve these problems. This 
may be accomplished by recognizing and defining 
problems, thinking critically and objectively about 
them and acting constructively and creatively to- 
ward their solution. 


-INDUSTRIAL 
P EDUCATION 


Mr. James Hodrinsky 


Dept. Head 

“Would you repeat that?” 



Mr. William Scuderi 

"Let me point one thing out.” 





Mr. Robert Foley 


Mr. Frank Tokas 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 


The Fermi Social Studies Department is 
committed to a program based on “The Three 
Ts: Individuality, Inquiry and Involvement. Full 
year, semester and quarter courses are offered, 
dealing not only with America, but with all parts 
of the world, including Europe, Africa, Asia, 
Canada, Latin America, and the Middle East. 
In addition, students may make arrangements 
for independent study in Fields where they have 
particular interest. 




Mr. Franklin Gross 
Dept. Head 

“Do you see my point?” 



Mr. Thomas Snipe Mr. Robert Kozaczka 

"Sheehan and Laraway report to 218.” 

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Mrs. Mary Gail Cokkinias 






Mr. Gregory Quinlan 

“Calm down." 








Mr. James Reveruzzi 

"Just because the water is gone doesn't 
mean someone drank it." 


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Mr. Robert Robbins 



Mr. Peter Creedon 



Mr. Donald Flebotte 


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SCIENCE 


The ten members of Enrico Fermi science staff hope that they have 
served these two purposes: 

Helped the student ask questions and attempt to find a better way to 
answer them. In other words to have the students use their minds, not 
the minds of others. 



Mrs. Florence Lyons 

"Smile, things could be worse!” 


Mr. John Kouba 

“Win a few, lose a few 




Mr. James Cherry 

"Here’s the thing guys 




Mr. Dwain Poulin 

Dept. Head 


Mr. Stephen Ross 

“What the heck are you doing?” 







Mr. Francis Rago 

“Amazing!” 



Mr. Steven Olsen 

“You'll see this later." 



Mr. Stuart Geffner 

“It’s simple!” 



Mr. Brian Dolley 

“Alright boys, sit down and get to w-ork.” 


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BUSINESS EDUCATION 


The Business Education Department Provides an oppor- 
tunity for students to develop a marketable 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 Secretarial Science. Emphasis is placed 
on the value of social contacts, the importance of civic res- 
ponsiblity, and the need for a well adjusted personality. 




Mr. Anthony Pessolano 



Miss Terellto Wright 


Mr. Paul Bisesti 



Mrs. Anne Gorham 

“And the second reason is 



Mrs. Genevieve Murphy 

"Here’s the important thing." 



Mrs. Elenrietta Montagana 

Dept. Head 

“Go to my office and get 


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Miss Darlene Wilson 


Mr. Antonio Batista 

“Who?" 


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Mrs. Patricia Mayo 

“Do you get the idea?" 


Miss Andrea Russo 


Mr. Richard Gray 





FAMILY LIVING 

"Real joy comes not from ease 
or riches or from the praise of 
others, but from doing something 
worthwhile 

— Wilfred T. Grenfell 


AND 

CONSUMER EDUCATION 



Mrs. Elizabeth Ogonis 


Music is . . . 

a cry from our hearts, 
a rejection of our souls, 
a song for our thoughts, 

. and an answer for our time. 




MUSIC 


Mr. John Mariano 


Mr. Joseph Giangrasso 


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The Physical Education Department has developed a selective program which 
has been offered for two years. Students meet five days a week and participate in 
various units of activity for a designated period of time. Physical Education is no 
longer a recreational period at Fermi 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 perfect, we are continually changing and improving the program in 
the hope that more students can and will enjoy activity. 

Good luck to the Class of '74 
The Physical Education Department 




Mr. Joseph Nuccio 


Miss Leah Carter 



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Mr. Robert Lengyl 


Mrs. Lora Arnold 


Mrs. Carol Albert 

"Geez Louise.” 




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Quarter and semester courses in English provide students with broad and mean- 
ingful experience in the arts of reading and writing. It is hoped that the study of the 
writings of many authors will encourage students to explore further in the field of 
literature. 

Miss Mary Malley 


Miss Sharon Sullivan 


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Miss Laura Baione 







Miss Nancy Koplin 


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Mrs. Carole Jonaitis 


ENGLISH 



Miss Mary Mackley 

“Dear Heart.” 


Miss Mary Malley 
Department Head 



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Mrs. Eleanor Hines 


Mrs. Esther Heffernan 


Mr. Robert Kelleher 

"Don't get mad; get even." 












Miss Mary Ann Fonseca 

“This is only the tip of the 
iceburg." 




Miss Rose Porcello 


Ms. Linda Lazarus 

(Picture not available) 

"Ms.! Not Miss, not Mrs., Just Ms." 



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MATHEMATICS 




Mr. Eugene Ryzcek 


Mrs. Carole Hawkes 


Mr. Kendall Owens 


Mrs. Lenora Hilinski 



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Mrs. Mary Holmes 




Miss Sadie Falbo 



The mathematics curriculum is designed to 
Mrs. Lynn Pasco 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 


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Mr. William Barker 


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Pucker power 






“Oh, hello Mr. Gentile." 


“Y our candy bar sure looks good!” 


“Get that snake off my desk!” 



“Although the class average was 25 



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“I thought I said 3 minutes!” 


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“About that case of Brylcreem I ordered 





TEACHER S PRAYER 

Oh, heavenly one up in the sky. 

Don't let me break down and cry! 

Help me keep my temper cool 
As I begin each day of school. 

My homeroom is just down the hall 
Erom the busiest hangout of them all. 

A smoke-filled room with a littered floor; 

The butts disappear as I come through the door. 

I try to realize the students' plight 
Because they stayed up late last night. 

But. when half my classes are sound asleep. 

My peace of mind I cannot keep. 

And when my class responds so well 

I’m surprised delighted my pride doth swell! 

So I ask, "What is relative mass?” 

Instead I hear, “Can I use the pass?" 

I think I give a fair exam 

But then I hear, “Y ou're crazy, ma'am. 

I f you think we can pass this test. 

Better cross your fingers and hope for the best!” 

I dread one period every day. 

But I guess there's just no other way. 

Study halls are quite a zoo; 

Eighty kids with nothing to do. 

Then there's that blessed time of day 
When all my troubles go away 
Everyone's happy; my heart even sings. 

At two o'clock, when the last bell rings. 

So help me, someone, to get through the year. 
Because if I don’t, I can't shed a tear 
For all of my students that I’ve had before, 
Especially the great kids from the class of '74. 





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The time we have spent at Enrico Fermi High School 
has been short. When we began as Sophomores we were 
not aware of the varied experiences which were aheadTor 
us during the next three years. We were on the threshold 
of a new life and about to gain insight into the many ave- 
nues of learning. We were to gain knowledge and under- 
standing of our fellow man and make lasting friendships 
which would keep alive the memories and experiences we 
would earn during high school. 

We leave Enrico Fermi High School as older and wiser 
individuals, looking into the future with great confidence 
and anticipation. Our educators have tried to prepare us 
for the many obstacles we will face in this uncertain 
world. We have worked together as one class for three 
years, but now the time has come when each of us will 
begin a different role in society. 

The only thing we can do is put to use the knowledge 
we have gained over the past twelve years and apply it to 


our own very special lives. We know we have only 
scratched the surface of life and there are so many roads 
to be explored. There is so much more to learn and do 
and it is there just waiting for each of us. We are closing 
a very special and memorable, if not brief, chapter of our 
lives, one filled with much laughter and sadness, memo- 
ries and dreams, lasting experiences and friendships. 

We must not look back in sadness, but forward in 
happiness. Time does not erase these memories and 
friendships we have gained; rather, it keeps them alive 
within us always. May each of us in the Class of 1974 use 
our lives in a productive way and live with much success, 
luck and happiness forever, always remembering our 
days at Enrico Fermi High School. 

Janet Cannone 
Class President 


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<;cnior 



PRESIDENT 
Janet Cannone 




VICE PRESIDENT 
Anne Baril 


SECRETARY 
Julie Dugan 











LISA ELLEN ABOHATAB 
"Poop” 

Honor Roll 1 ,2,3,4;National 
Honor Society 3.4; Lamplighters 2, 
3,4; Usherette for Graduation 3; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Dedication Day Committee 2; 
Homecoming Day Committee (Co- 
Chairman) 3, (Chairman) 4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Library Aide 3,4; Pep 
Squad 3; Chorus 4; Enfield Schol- 
arship Foundation 2,3,4. 


PAMELA JEAN ANDERSON 
“Andy” 

“ya know" 

FBLA 4; Variety Show 4. 


SANTA ANGELICA 
“Sandy” 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Algebra Award 2; 
Fermi '76 3,4; International Club 
3,4. 


DEBBY AINSWORTH 

"Bones” 

Band 1,2; Swim Team 3,4. 


PETER ALLEGRETTI III 


RAYMOND F. AQUILO 
“Dummy" 
“morning" 

Variety Show 4. 


MARY ALBERT 
"Mary” 
"That's life!" 


KENNETH C. ANDREWS 
"Kenny” 

“What can I say?" 

Lamplighters 1,2,3, (Treas.-Sec.) 4; 
Band 1,2,3, (V. Pres.) 4; Stage 
Band 1, 2, 3,4; Lamplighter of the 
Year Award 3; Variety Show 4. 










JOHN ARROWSMITH 
“Arrow” 

Swimming 2,3,4. 


JOHN E. BAILEY 
“Jake" 

Floor Hockey 3: Ice Hockey 4. 




DAVE AREL 
“Hip" 

"By Krackie" 

Soccer I: Ice Hockey 1,4; Floor 
Hockey 2,3; Tennis4; Senior Fa- 
rewell Prom Committee 4. 


ERNEST C. AVERY JR. 
“Ernie” 

Baseball I; Bowling Club 2,3. 


KEITH A R VIS A IS 


LINDA BAK 

Secretarial Aide Blue House 3, 
Hostess for N.E.B.E.A. Business 
Convention 3, Junior Prom Com- 
niltee 3. Senior Farewell Prom 
Committee 3. Honor Roll 3.4. Va- 
riety Show 4. Senior Magazine 
Drive 4. 


SUSAN ARMENTANO 
"Sue" 

FBLA 4; Senior Farewell Prom 
Committee 4: Newspaper Staff 4; 
Variety Show 4. 


MARY BABA 

Honor Roll 1,2. 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 2,3.4; Senior Magazine 
Drive 4; Variety Show 4. 


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ANNE PATRICIA BARIL 
"Behold ihe turtle. He makes prog- 
ress only when he sticks his neck 
out." 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Eoundation 3,4; Student Council 1; 
Dedication Day Committee 2; 
Usherette for Graduation 2,3; Ju- 
nior Prom Committee 3; Library 
Aide 3; Yearbook (Co-Editor of 
Activities and Candids) 4; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Farewell Prom C ommittee 4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; 
Variety Show 4; Class Night 4; 
Class Trip Committee 4; Class 
Vice-President 3,4. 


CYNTHIA LYNN BARTIS 
"Cindi" 

“Give me a break!" 

Honor Roll 2,4; Variety Show 4; 
Chorus 3.4; Color Guard 3; Major- 
ettes 4. 


BONNIE LYNN BARNES 
Variety Show 4; Poster Award 1 . 


SUSAN BASTARACHE 
“Sue" 

"Go away 

Ski Club I . 


PATRICIA ANN BARNETT 
“Patti" 

“Oh, That's cute." 

DECA (Treas.) 3; (Historian) 4; 
Chorus 1; Library Aide I; Variety 
Show 4. 


DONNA BELISLE 


MICHAEL W. BARNES 


PETER BASTONE 
“Pete” 











CHERYL ANN BERNARD 
“Sherry" 

“Who me? I don't do anything." 

Lamplighters 1: Social Study Lab 
Aide 3; Variety Show 4: Chorus 4; 
Guidance Aide 1: Nurses' Aide 1,2, 
4; ELN 3. 


SUSAN A. BEYER 
“Sue" 

“Hiya" 

FBLA 4: Junior Prom Committee 
3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 
4; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Homecoming Day Commit- 
tee 3; Variety Show/ 4; Class Offi- 
cers (Director of Activities) 3: 
Girl’s Athletic Association 2,3; 
Usherette for Oklahoma 3; Field 
Hockey 2,3; Powderpuff Football 
3. 


SHARON ANN BENOIT 
“Wilt" 

“Ah, come on!" 

Variety Show 4; Girls' Athletic 
Association 2,3; Basketball 1.2. 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 1.2, 3,4; Softball 2,3, 
4; Intramural Volleyball 2. 


RICK BERTRAND 
"Bert" 


DEBRA ELIZABETH 
BJORN DAHL 
"Debbie" 

"Hey Man" 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3.4; Yearbook Staff 
(Faculty Editor) 4; Variety Show 4; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 4; 
Lamplighters 2; Dedication Da\ 
Committee 2; Pep Squad 2; Major- 
ettes 3,4 (Captain), Gymnastics 
Club 3,4. 


SUSAN BELLEELEUR 
“Bug" 

Honor Roll 3,4; Lamplighters 1,3. 
4; Color Guard 3,4; Powderpuff 
Football 2; Intramural Volleyball 
2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Se- 
nior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Library Aide 4; Variety Show 4. 


Hartford Public High. Audio-Vis- 
ual Club 1,2,3; Chess Club 1.2,3; 
Stage Crew 1,2,3: Fermi Audio- 
Visual Club 4; Swim Team 4. 


GARY J. BtRNIER 
“How’s it going?" 

Newspaper Staff 1: Ski Club 3,4; 
Student Council I . 


GERALD H BERNARD JR 
“the Professor" 

‘‘Live life to the fullest, be 
versatile." 


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AURORA BOSCO 
“Rori" 

“Has anyone seen Tom this 
morning?" 

DECA 1. (Treasurer) 2: FB LA I. 


SUSAN BOUCHARD 
"Sue” 

"I don't care" 

FBLA 4; Variety Show 4; Lam- 
plighters 3,4; Chorus 3,4; Band 1,2, 
3,4; Ski Club 4; Eco Pond 2; Dedi- 
cation Committee 2; Band Librari- 
an 3,4. 


JOSEPH BLACKW ELDER 
“Joe" 


ROBERT BLOCK 
"Dennis" 

"Y ou're Rugged" 

Variety Show 4; Tennis 4; Swim- 
ming 2,3,4; Track 1.2; Football 2; 
Honor Roll I; Special Awards ( 100 
Mile Swim). 


DARLENE BLYTHE 
"Red Freak" 
“What A Rush!" 


KEITH BOCCACCIO 
“Cotch” 

Cross Country 4; Track 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 1; Chess Club 2; Reflections 
2. 


BOGDAN BOCZAR 
"Bug" 

Honor Roll 1,2: Fermi '76 3,4; 
Soccer 1,3.4 (Varsity). 


DAVID BORENSTEIN 







JAIME L BOUDREAU 
“What can I say” 

EBLA 4; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 
4: Pep Squad 4: English Depart- 
ment Aide 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 




SHERYL BRANCHAUD 
“Peanut" 

Majorettes 3: Lamplighters 2. 



NANCYANN BRASSARD 
“Nanc” 

Variety Show 4; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Homecoming Day 
Committee 3,4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committe 2,3; Fermi Hosts 
2,3 (Teacher's Convention); Usher- 
ette for Graduation 2; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Girls' Athletic 
Association 2,3; Student Secretary 
2; Magazine Drive 4; J.V. Cheer- 
leader 2, Varsity Alternate 3; Ma- 
jorettes 4; Powderpuff Football 2, 
3,4. 


KATHY BRAYTON 










DAVID BROWN 
“Dave” 

Honor Roll 3; Lamplighters 2; 
FBLA 3; Newspaper Staff 3; Social 
Study Lab Aide 2 (Director of 
Support Services). 


CYNTHIA L. BROWN 
“Chuck” 

“Let’s go Skiing!” 

Honor Roll 1,2; Variety Show 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
3; Ski Club 2, (Secretary) 3,4; 
Sw imming 3, (Varsity) 4; Tennis 4; 
Manager of Boys Varsity Swim 
Team. 




SCOTT JAMES BROWN 
"Keith" 

“Dija hear the New Stones Album 
yet?” 


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STEVEN BUCKLEY 
“Steve" 


JOANNE BUCZKOWSKI 
“Jo" 

"I don't know." 

Junior Prom Committee 3: Home- 
coming Day Committee 3.4. 


Honor Roll 2; FBLA 4; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Varie- 
ty Show 4: Chorus 1.2, 3,4; Switch 
Board Operator (Main Office) 3; 
Nurses' Aide 3.4; Spaghetti Dinner 
2,3,4; Panacake Breakfast 2. 


KIM PAMELA BUCKLEY 
“So it goes and so on." 

Honor Roll 3,4; Yearbook Staff 
(Literary Editor) 4: Lamplighters 
1,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Winter Prom 4; Homecom- 
ing Day Committee 3; Variety 
Show 2,4, (Usherette) 3; Library 
Aide 3,4; Chorus 2, (Librarian) 3; 
(President) 4; Concert Choir 2,3,4; 
Color Guard 3, (Captain) 4; Fermi 
Hosts 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Powder- 
puff Football 2; Intramural Volley- 
ball 2. 


ROBERT BUCZKOWSKI 
"Buck” 

Football 1; Ice Hockey I . 


TERRY BRUNSON 
“What??” 

Honor Roll 1,2; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Farew- 
ell Prom Committee 4: Variety 
Show 4; Pep Squad 1 ,2; Ski Club 4; 
Student Council 2; Intramural Vol- 
leyball 2; Oratorical Contest I (2nd 
place trophy). 


JUDY LYNN BUERK 
“Buerky Baby!" 
“Hev Dugan!!!” 


DIANE BUGDEN 
“Buggy" 

Variety Show 4; Fermi Hosts 3; 
DEC A 1. 


AMY BUCZACKI 

Honor Roll 1,2. 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3.4; Future Nurses 3,4; 
Nurses' Aide 3.4; Senior Magazine 
Drive 4. 




SHARON LEIGH BUIkA 


Honor Roll 2.3.4: Future Nurses 2, 
3,4: Variety Show 4; Enfield Schol- 
arship Foundation 3: Senior Maga- 
zine Drive Homeroom Captain 4; 
Intramural Volleyball 2. 





JANET ANGELA CANNONE 
“Hi How’s it going?" 

Yearbook 3, (Lay-Out Ed.) 4; Ush- 
erette for Play 3,4; Usherette for 
Graduation 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 3,4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 2,3,4; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 
4; Library Aide 1; Pep Squad I; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2. 
3,4; Fermi Hosts 2; Class President 
2.3,4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; 
Student Council President 1; Pro- 
ject Teach 2; Student Council 
Award 1; Rep. at State Convention 
I; Rep. at Parade of Youth Forum 
2; Laurel Girls State Representa- 
tive 3; Pep Rally Committee 3. 



KATHLEEN ANN CARDELLA 
“Munch" 

"Can I have your vegetables?” 

Yearbook Staff 4: FBLA 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Fare- 
well Prom Committee 3; Home- 
coming Day Committee 3,4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Ski 
Club 4; Scholastic Art Award 3; 
Junior Prom Hostess 3; Magazine 
Drive 4; Cheerleading (J.V.) 2, 
(Varsity) 3.4. 




SUSAN CARR 
“Sue" 

"Well .” 

FBLA 2,3,4; Usherette for Gradu- 
ation 3. 



GARY CARTIER 

Lamplighters: Chorus 2,3.4: Con- 
cert Choir 2,3,4; Football 2. 


GREGG CARTIER 
“Cartch" 

“Let's go get some critters, Mark." 
DECA 1 (President), 2. 




MARK G. CEKALA 
"Holy Smokes” 

Soccer I; Golf 1; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Fare- 
well Prom Committee 3; Variety 
Show 4. 


NANCY CASWELL 
"Goldilocks" 

"I did it again." 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4: Variety Show 4; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2, 
3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2; Swim- 
ming 3, (Co-Captain) 4; Tennis 4; 
Science Fair (Honorary Mention) 
1; Magazine Drive 4; Photography 
1; Nurse's Aide 3,4. 




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LESLIE CHAPPELL 


International Club 4; Homecoming i 


Day Committee 4. . 

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DEBORAH M. CHICHESTER 
“Chick” 

“Hey, how’s it going?” 

Honor Roll 1. 2. 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 3; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3; Variety Show 4; 
Pep Squad I; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3,4; Girls' Athletic 
Association 2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; 
French Tutor 3; Powder-puff Foot- 
ball 3; Gymnastics 3; Field Hockey 
(Varsity) 2,3. 


JERI CHILLSON 

Cheerleading (Captain) 1,2; Stu- 
dent Council (Secretary) 1; Senior 
Variety Show 4; Gymnastic Award 
2 . 


MARK COLTURI 
“Ant" 

“Cut it out.” 


KIM COM MO 
“Kimmie" 

"Hey! Jack" 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurse's Aide 2,3.4. 





MICHAEL CLARK 
“Mike” 


Football (J.V.). 




CATHERINE CONLEY 
“Cathy” 



PATRICIA L. COOLEY 
“Pat" 

Homecoming Day Committee 3.4; 
Variety Show 4: Pep Squad I. 


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DONNA MARIE COTE 

Lamplighters 3.4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 2.3; Variety 
Show 4; Color Guard 3,4; Color 
Guard Award 3: Car Wash 3; 
Magazine Drive 4; Powderpuff 
Football 2. 



NANCY JEAN COURVILLE 
"Nanci” 

“Alright, where we going for 
breakfast today?" 

National Honor Society 3,4; EBLA 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Se- 
nior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Dedication Day Committee 2; 
Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; 
Vareity Show 4; Pep Squad (Secre- 
tary) 3; Enfield Scholarship Foun- 
dation 3,4; Student Advisory 
Board 4. 




DONNA RUTH 
COURCHAINE 
"Donner" 

“Don't get hyper" 

Social Study Lab Aide I; Usherette 
For Graduation 2,3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 2,3.4; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 
4; Library Aide 2; Enfield Scholar- 
ship Foundation 3,4; Fermi Hosts 
2,3,4; Girls' Athletic Association 2; 
Car Wash 3; Tennis Club 2,3; Rep- 
resentative For Cultural Geogra- 
phy 1; Magazine Drive 4; Student 
Secretary 1.4; Cheerleading 1, 
(J.V.) 2, (Varsity) 3,4; Softball 2; 
Intramural Volleyball 2; Powder- 
puff Football 2, (Co-Capt.) 3. 



HUGH JOSEPH 
CUNNINGHAM 
"Joe" 

"Hey man what’s happening?" 


SUSAN MARIE COTE 
“Sue" 

Honor Roll 1,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Lamplighters 3, (His- 
torian) 4; Yearbook Staff (Sports 
Editor) 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 
4; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- 
tee 2, (Chairman) 3; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 
4; Chorus 3, (Publicity Manager) 4; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2, 
3,4; Fermi Hosts 2,3.4; Girls' Ath- 
letic Association 2, (Treasurer) 3; 
HomeEconomics Award 1; Con- 
cert Choir 4; Cheerleading (J.V. 
Captain) 2, (Varsity 3, (Capt.) 4; 
Powderpuff Football 2; Intramural 
Basketball 2. 








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KAREN COURTEMANC 
"Munch" 

Fermi "76 4: Basketball 2,3,4: Ten- 
nis 2. v 




JANET JEAN CROYLE 
"Jan" 

"mm sure" 
Guidance Aide 3. 




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MARK JOHN CUNNINGHAM 


Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
3; Variety Show 4; Football 1,2,3, 
4; Baseball 1,2,3, (Co-Captain) 4; 
Basketball 1,2, 3,4. 

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CYNTHIA ANN 
DALESSANDRO 
“Cindy” 

"Hey chooch, got a match?" 

Student Council 1; Bowling Club 
(Pres.) 4; Class Officers (Treasur- 
er) 2. 



ROBERT DAMON 

"Boob" 

"Just remember one thing, God put 
us on this earth and he is the only 
one that has the right to remove us 
from it.” 














CYNTHIA ANN DEBONIS 
“Cindy” 

“Well, agh I have to go to the 
band room." 

Lamplighters 1,2; Future Nurses 4; 
Senior W inter Prom Committee 4; 
Variety Show 4; Band (Band Man- 
ager) 1,2,3; Chorus 1; Color Guard 
3; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 
3,4; Outstanding Student Award 
(Band) 4. 


DEBBIE ROSE DENMARK 

Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Guidance Aide 4. 


ROBERT NEIL DAVIS 
“Oggie" 

Honor Roll 1.4; Homecoming Day 
Committee 4; Variety Show 4; Ski 
Club 1,2, 3.4; Soccer 3,4; Tennis 4; 
Fermi “76" 3,4. 


JEFFREY DEMETRION 
“Demeat" 

Track 2; Floor Hockey 3; Band 1,2, 
3,4; Stage Band 1, 2,3,4. 


KAREN D. DECARO 
Clerical Office Practice 4. 


ROSEMARY ANNE 
DEROCHICK 

“Rose” 

Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Library Aide 4. 


MARK DAVIS 

Honor Roll 1,2. 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Variety Show 4; 
Class Officers (V. Pres.) 2; As 
Schools Match Wits 3.4; Citizen- 
ship Award 1; First Prize School 
Science Fair I; State Science Fair 
1; U.S. Army and Conn. Nutrition- 
al Council Award for Science Pro- 
ject I; Chemistry Award 2; Geome- 
try Award 3; History Award 3; 
French Awrd 3: Physics Award 3; 
Rensselaer Medal 3; Commenda- 
tion for Performance on 
PSAT/NMSQT 4. 


ROBERT DELLAROCCO 

“Rocco" 

"You’ve got to be kidding me” 
Band 1,2, 3.4. 




DIANE MARIE DEROSE 










BONNIE MARIE 
DIGREGOR IO 
"Little Rat" 

"Peter Piper Picked a Peck 

Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
3; Powderpuff Football 4; Variety 
Show 4. 


DOROTHY ANN DESJARDIN 
“Dot” 

Honor Roll I; Library 2; Basket- 
ball 3: Softball 3: Future Nurses 3. 
4; Enfield Scholarship Foundation 
3.4; Senior Winter Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Tennis 4. 


CAROL A. DICKINSON 
"Smile; it can't be that bad." 

DECA (Sec.) 3, (Pres.) 4; Variety 
Show 4. 


RICHARD DEVEAU 
"Rich" 

Baseball 1.2. 3.4; Football 1.2 


Honor Roll 1. 2, 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3.4; Basketball 2,3.4; 
Field Hockey 2.3,4; Senior Fare- 
well Prom Committee 3.4; Girls’ 
Athletic Association 2,3; Office 
Aide 1; Softball 2; Fermi ’76 3; 
Yearbook 4; Magazine Drive 4; 
Variety Show 4. 


LORRI DIBATTISTO 

"Lor" 

"Let’s go out!" 

Ski Club 2.3.4; Girls Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2,3; Tennis I; Softball 2; 
Dedication Day Committee 2; 
Girls Basketball 3; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3. 


NORBERT DE SOUSA 


ALBERT DOIRON 
"Albie" 






ROBERT DOJKA 
“Bob- 


Honor Roll 1, 2. 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4, International Club 
2, (President) 3.4; Variety Show 4; 
Fermi '76 3.4; Class Officers (Trea- 
surer) 2; Science Dept. Aid 1.4; 
Spanish Tutoring 3.4: Bi-Lingual 
Award 3: Kosciuszko Science 
Expo. (3rd prize) 



KATHLEEN DORGAN 
“Moo" and "Peg Leg" 
"Smile. Somebody loves you." 

Library Aide 1; Office Aide 2,3. 




JOSEPH PETER DRENNAN 
“Joe" 

"Though you may be hurt b\ trust- 
ing; y ou'll be hurt more if you don't 
trust." 

Track 1.2.3; Ski Club 3.4: Honor 
Roll 2; Newspaper Staff 2; Bowling 
Club 2; Enfield Scholarship Foun- 
dation 3; Connecticut Congression- 
al Intern 3: Tennis 4; Variety Show 
4: As Schools Match W its 4. 


DAVID DRAGONE 
Track 1.2, 3.4; Cross Country 4. 




LINDA MARY DRONEY 
"Lynn" 

Usherette for Graduation 3; News- 
paper Staff4; Variety Show 4. 


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Student Advisory Council 4; Varie- 
ty Show 4. 


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DEBORAH ANN DUBUQUE 
“Debbie" 

“What" 

FBLA (V. Pres.) 2,3,4: Majorettes 
3.4: Junior Achievement 2: Gradu- 
ation Hostess 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4: Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Homecoming 
Day Committee 4: Variety Show 4. 


PAUL DU FOUR 
"Have a nice day.” 



LUCILLL DUNN 
“Lucy" 




JULIANE DUGAN 
"Julie" 

"U s D-U G-A-N." 

Spaghetti Dinner Dance 2,3: Mixed 
Chorus 3. (Treas.) 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Ski Club 3: DECA 
Fashion Show 3: Senior W inter 
Prom Committee 4: Concert Choir 
4; Class Secretary 4: Class Trip 
Committee 4: Variety Show 4. 


MARY EILEEN DUGAN 
"Doughnuts" 

"He> Buerk!" 

Chorus 3. (Sec.) 4; DECA Fashion 
Show 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4: Variety Show 4. 




DEBORAH JEAN DUPONT 
"Irish" 

"Nothing worth possessing can 
quite be possessed." 

Kosciuszko Sinaers 1: Honor Roll 
3. 


PATRICIA LEE EDW ARDS 
"Pat" 

Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Variety Show 4. 





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MICHAEL JOHN EGAN 
“Eag” 

J.V. Football 1,2; V. Football 4; 
Floor Hockey 2,3; Wrestling 4; Ski 
Club 3,4; DECA 3.4. 





SANDRA MARIE EVANS 
“Sand” 

“No! You're Kidding!” 

Honor Roll 1.2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4: Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3,4; Fermi Hosts 2,3,4: 
Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; 
J.V. Cheerleading 2; V. Cheerlead- 
ing 3,4: Powderpuff Football 2,3: 
Girls Athletic Association 2; Car 
Wash 3; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Magazine Drive 4; Senior Win- 
ter Prom Committee 4; Variety 
Show 4. 







MICHAEL FERGUSON 
“Fergy" 

‘Title be runnin' Saturday.” 
Variety Show 4. 



DAWN FERRARI 

“Hey." 






SUSAN MARIE FIORE 
“Sue” 

"Oh — come on” 

Office Occupations 4; FBLA 4; 
Variety Show 4. 




WILLIAM FIELD 
“Bill" 

“Right” 

Honor Roll 1,2,3; National Honor 
Society 3,4. 


FREDERICK FI EL DHOUSE 
JR. 

“Fred" r . 


rack 2; 


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DEBRA LYNNE FLAHERTY 
"Debbie" 


International Club 3,4; Lampliv- 
ters 3,4; Usherette for Graduation 
3; Junior Prom Committee 3; En- 
field Scholarship Foundation 3; 
Chorus 4; Library Aide 4; Home- 
coming Day Committee 4. 


PATRICIA MARY 
FITZGIBBON 

“Pat” 


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TERRI FLECK 

Honor Roll 1.2, 3. 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3.4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3.4; National Merit 
Scholarship Commendation 4; 
Yearbook (Co-editor of Candids 
and Activities) 4; Enrico Fermi 
Network 2.3; Citizenship Award 1; 
Tennis 2; Dedication Day Commit- 
tee (Chairman) 2; Variety Show 4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 2,3, 
4. 



CAREN FOWLER 
“Mouth" 

"How do you do this?" 



KAREN LYNN FROST 
"Bleah" 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3.4; National Hon- 
or Society 3.4: Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3,4; Office Aide I: Li- 
brary Aide 2; Lamplighters 2: So- 
cial Study Lab Aide 4; Variety 
Show 4. 




ELL1E FUSCO 
"Little one" 

"Hi Kid! What ya doing?" 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Farewell Prom Committee 4; Con- 
cert Choir 4. 


DIANE FUSHEY 






RICHARD GABRIEL 
"Gabes" 

"Sure Bud” 


Freshmen Football I; Basketball 1; 
Floor Hockey 3: Ice Hockey 4; Ski 
Club 4; Senior Farewell Prom 
Committee 4; Variety Show 4. 




BRIAN G A DOWRY 
Swimming 2; Bow ling Club 4. 


THOMAS GACONA 




THERESA LYNN GAINES 
“Ter" 

J.V. Cheerleading 2: Powderpull 
Football 2; Variety Show 4. 


EILEEN FRANCES 
GALLIGAN 

Yearbook (Asst. Faculty Ed.) 3, 
(Co-Editor) 4: Fermi Hosts 3,4; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 3, 
4; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- 
tee 3,4; Homecoming Day Com- 
mittee 3,4; Powderpuff Football 2, 
3, (Tri-Captain) 4; Car Wash 3,4; 
Future Nurses 3; Usherette for 
Graduation 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 4; Dedication Day 
Committee 2; Intramural Volley- 
ball 2; Class Trip Committee 4; 
Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; 
Usherette for Play 4; Class Night 
4; Variety Show 4. 



MADALAINE GALLUCCIO 
“Lynn” 















ROSANNE GENTILCORE 

"Rose” 

FBLA4. 


ELAINE GENTILE 
"Guy” 

“Hi Guy” 

Band 1.2, 3,4; Stage Band 1,3,4; 
Christmas Show 3.4; Library Aide 
1; Homecoming Day Committee 3; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Variety Show 4. 


ANTHONY JOHN 
GIOVANETTI 
"Tony” 

“Give Me The Gist” 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4: National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 2,3.4; "Who's Who 
Among American High School 
Students" 3,4; Boys State Delegate 
3; Track 1. 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3,4; Lam- 
plighters 2; H ome coming Day 
Committee 2. 


CLAIRE GIGUERE 
"What Can I Say." 

FBLA 4; Variety Show 4. 


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GLENN GEOEEROY 
“Jeff 

“Son of a Gun” 

Honor Roll 2,3; Project Teach 2; 
Lamplighters 2; Junior Lifesaving 
2; Floor Hockey 3; Variety Show 4. 

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PRISCILLA GILES 
"Pris" 

Library Aide. 


CYNTHIA GIRARD 
“Cindy” 

“Let's Check This Out" 

Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; 
Pep Squad 3; Fermi Hosts 3; 
FBLA 4; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Tennis4: Vari- 
ety Show 4. 


JEANGOGUEN 







DAVID GONZALEZ 
"Speedy” 

“I'll let it go this time but next 
time.” 

Track 1,2; 100 Mile Swim Club; 
Chess Club 1 . 



THOMAS GORMAN 
"Tom” 

Soccer 1,2. 




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KARE^GR^AlM^. Vl 

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Library Aide 3.4; Guid^pdej^ide I; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Powderpuff Football 4; Variety 
Show 4. 




ALMA E. GUHNE 
"Beth” 



DONNA GRADY 

Office Aide 2,3,4; Color Guard 2,3; 
Usherette for Graduation 2; Li- 
brary Aide 2. 




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PAMELA JEAN HALE 
“Carol Burnett" 

"Ya ta” 

Library Aide 1; Pep Squad 1; 
Homecoming Day Committee 2; 
Class Secretary 2; Variety Show 4. 


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PATRICIA HAYDUSKI 
“Pat" 

Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; 
Car Wash 3,4; Tennis 2,3; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 2; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 3; Enfield Schol- 
arship Foundation 3; Office Aide 4. 





DANIELLE HANRAHAN 
“Dani” 

Girls Basketball 2; Girls Athletic 
Association 2; Softball 2; Powder- 
puff Football 4. 



DEBORAH LYNN 
HANSCOMB 
“Deb" 

“You’re Kidding??" 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3; Pep Squad 1; News- 
paper Staff 1,2; Library Aide 1,2; 
DECA 3; School Store 3; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Farewell Prom Committee 4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Tennis I; Girls Basketball 2; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 3; Girls Athletic 
Association 3; Field Hockey 3,4; 
Softball 2,3,4; Variety Show 4. 



CAROL ANN HELMNS 
“Bangs" 

“See ya later” 

Homecoming Day Committee 3; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Variety Show 4. 



NANCY HOLDEN 
“failed another one” 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3,4; Pep Squad 1; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Variety Show 4. 


CHRIS HOLMES 

“Mess” 

"Hey Gus, Lets Ski That Mogul 
Field!” 

Soccer 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, (V. Pres.) 3, (Pres.) 4; 
FBLA 4; Variety Show 4. 





ROBERT HOOPER 
"Hoop” 

Track 1,2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Honor 
Roll 2; Variety Show 4. 



PATRICIA A. HOVER 
“Patti” 
"Really?” 




JAMES lORIO 
“Jim" 

“Hey, What can I say?" 
Freshman Football 1. 



AUGUST JASMINSKi 
“Gus” 

“Where's the Moguls, Holmes?” 

Honor Roll 1,2,3; National Honor 
Society 3.4; Variety Show 4; Ski 
Club 2,3, (V. Pres.) 4; Football 
(J.V.) 2, (Varsity) 3,4; Track 1,2. 




CLAIRE JEAN 

Guidance Aide I; Spanish Award 
1 . 



ELIZABETH ANN JENKINS 
“Betty” 

Honor Roll 2,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff (Ass't. 
Sen. Sec. Ed.) 3, (Editor) 4; Lam- 
pliters 1; Future Nurses Club 2,3, 
(Vice Pres.) 4; Hostess for Gradua- 
tion 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Dedication Day Committee 2; 
Homecoming Day Committee 
(Float Chairman) 3,4; Variety 
Show 4; Pep Squad 3; Enfield 
Scholarship Foundation 3,4; Class 
Officers (Treasurer) 3; Home Eco- 
nomics Award 1; Alternate Dele- 
gate to Girls' State 3; Class Trip 
Committee 4; Class Night Com- 
mittee 4; As Schools Match Wits 4; 
D.A.R. Award 4. 




DAVID JOHNSON 
“Dave" 

‘ Don't ask me I just work 
here.” 

Fermi Amateur Radio Club 2, 
(President 3,4; Ice Hockey 4. 



MARIO JOHNSON 
"Hippie” 

"Doctor, everything's up his nose." 


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REBECCA JOHNSON 
“Becky” 

“Uncle Tony, can I have a pass to 
get out of . 

FBLA 2, (President) 3,4; Usherette 
for Graduation 2,3; Senior Farew- 
ell Prom Committee 4; Homecom- 
ing Day Committee 4; Variety 
Show 4. 


LORRE JORDAN 


LARRY JONES 
Baseball 1,2, 3, 4. 


ANN KELLEHER 

Lamplighters 2; Usherette for 
Graduation 2,3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Variety Show 4; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 2; 
Ski Club 1,2; Senior Magazine 
Drive 4; Powderpuff Football 3,4. 


ROBERT JONES 

“Bob" 

Lamplighters (President) 1,2, 3,4; 
Variety Show 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; 
Stage Band 1,2,3; Chorus 2,3,4; 
Project Teach 2; String Ensemble 
3,4. 


KATHI KELLEY 
“Machine Gun Kelley” 

Chorus 3. 


JOYCE JONES 
“Joy” 


ROBERT MICHAEL KAHN 

“Bob” 

Honor Roll 3; Yearbook 4; Lam- 
plighters 1; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Homecoming 
Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4; 
Class Officers (Treasurer) 4; EFN 
2; J.V. Football 2; Soccer 1,4; 
Track 1; Floor Hockey 2; Wres- 
tling 4; Powderpuff Football Coach 
3. 




KIM MARIE KELLIHER 
“Kimarie” 

“What a dumbie!” 










SANDRA KAY KELLEY 
“Sandi” 

“You’re a real pickle” 
Library Aide 2,3. 


DEBORAH KINNEY 
“Debi" 

"Keep the faith” 

FBLA 4; Social Lab Aide 4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Pep Squad 2,3; EFN 4; 
Children's Theater Group 3,4. 


TERRY KELLIHER 
“Kell" 

“Hey Art” 

Social Study Lab Aide; Variety 
Show 4; Library Aide 2,3,4; Ski 
Club 4; EFN 2,3. 


ROBERT KOBIELSK1 

“Kobo” 

Honor Roll 3; Basketball 1,2,3. 


Honor Roll 2,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3, (President) 4; Lampligh- 
ters 1,2, 3,4; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Homecoming Day 
Committee (Class Float) 2,3,4; 
Variety Show 4; Library Aide 1,2; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 3, 
4; Guidance Aide 3,4. 


ALLEN KMIOTEK 
“Oh my God" 

International Club 2; Lamplighters 
(Lighting and Stage) 2. 


SARAH DAWN KING 
“Kinger” 

“You're a real card, a real joker.” 

Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
3,4; Variety Show 4; Enfield Schol- 
arship Foundation 3,4; Girls Ath- 
letic Association 2,3; Basketball 2; 
Field Hockey 2, (Co-Captain) 3,4; 
Softball 2; Intramural Volleyball 2; 
Gymnastic Club 2,3. 


JOHN KOPERNIAK 
“John” 

“Man's worst enemy is himself’ 

Honor Roll 1,2; National Honor 
Society 1,2; Ski Club 4; Track 3; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 4; Class 
Officers (Vice-President) at St. 
Thomas Seminary 2. 








CANDIS KRAJEWSKI 
“Canday-Bar” 

“What?” 

Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
3; Vareity Show 4; Breakfast Club 
3,4. 


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DAVID LAGROW 
“Dave” 

Ski Club 2,3,4; Football 2; Track 1; 
Ice Hockey 1 . 


KATHRYN KUKULKA 
“Kate" 

“Oh say can you ski?” 

Honor Roll 1; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 
4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Student Advisory 
Board 4; Cheerleading I; Powder- 
puff Football 4. 


STEPHEN FANDRY 
“Speedy” 

“Anyone want to buy a candy 
bar?” 

Honor Roll 2; Famplighters 3,4; 
Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2,3,4; 
Swimming 2,3,4; Golf 4; Variety 
Show 4. 


PHYLLIS JEAN KRASINSKI 
“Polock” 


Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Dedi- 
cation Day Committee 2; Home- 
coming Day Committee 3,4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Pep Squad 1; Enfield 
Scholarship Foundation 3; Typing 
Award 2,3; Class Trip 4; Magazine 
Drive (Hmr. Capt.) 4: Cheerlead- 
ing J.V. 2, Varsity 3.4; Powderpuff 
Football 2,3; Intramural Vollevball 
2 . 


MS. SHARON R. 
LABRECQUE 
“Fifi” 

“Right on sister” 

Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; 
Fermi '76 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 2; Girls’ Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Science 
Award 1; Girls' Basketball 3,4; 
Field Hockey 3.4; Softball 2,3,4; 
Intramural Volleyball 2; Variety 
Show 4. 


PATRICK LAFOUNTAIN 
“Pat” 

Social Study Lab Aide 2,3,4; EFN . 













BRUCE LARSON 


SANDRA LAPLANTE 
"Sandy” 

Homecoming Day Committee (Se- 
nior Float) 4: Variety Show 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3,4; Girls’ Athletic 
Association 2; Field Hockey (Man- 
ager) 2; Powderpuff Football 3; 
Tennis 4. 


WALTER LAPOINTE 
“Walt” 

Football 1 . 


LORIE JOAN LASCALA 
“Lor" 

Yearbook (Sec.) 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3.4; Girls' Athletic 
Association 2; Car Wash 3; Cheer- 
leading 1,2. (Varsity) 3,4; Powder- 
puff Football 2,3; Magazine Drive 
(Hrm. Capt.)4; Variety Show 4. 


STEVEN LARENSEN 
"Dutch boy" 

“You Pinhead” 

Track 1. 


STEPHEN LA PLANTE 


GUY JOSEPH LAROCQUE 
“Rocky” 

“Lo” 

Bowling Club 2,3,4. 


DIANE LYNN LANGILL 
“Dee" 

“Hey Bud!” 

Future Teachers 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior W inter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 
4; Pep Squad I; Chorus 4; Enfield 
Scholarship Foundation 3; Senior 
Magazine Drive (Hrm. C'apt.) 4; 
Majorettes 3.4; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 2,3,4. 


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DARLENE LAVERTU 
“Dee” 

“I’m so embarrassed!” 


PETER LESNIAK 
“Polack” 

“I don’t know” 

Audio-Visual Club 1; Ice Hockey 
1 . 


SHEILA MARIE LEE 
“Bookie" 

“Hi Guys!” 

Honor Roll 1; Social Study Lab 
Aide 1; Usherette for Graduation 
2; Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Girls' Athletic Association 2,3; 
Hiking Club I, Girls' Basketball 2, 
3,4; Field Hockey 2; Softball 2,3,4; 
Girls’ Swimming 3, (Capt)4; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1; Variety Show 
4. 


RANDY LEVESQUE 


KEVIN LEE 

“La” 

Bowling Club 1; Basketball 1; In- 
tramural Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1,2, 3,4. 


CHERYL LESSARD 


JOAN MARY LEMERIS 
"Joanie" 

Honor Roll 2,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3, (Secretary /Treasurer) 4; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 3, 
4; International Club (Secretary) 3; 
Lamplighters 1; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Fare- 
well Prom Committee 4; Home- 
coming Day Committee 3,4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Pep Squad 3; Cheer- 
leading 1; Tennis 2. 


JOANNE LIRO 
“Jo” 

Honor Roll 1,3,4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Junior Prom Commiteee 3; Se- 
nior Farewell Prom Committee 3; 
Dedication Day Committee 2; Va- 
riety Show 4; Fermi Hostess 
(N.E.B.E.A. Business Convention) 
3. 






DEBORAH JEAN LOMBARDI 
"Debbie" 

Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Project Teach 2; Tennis 4. 



LEE PRISCILLA PENELOPE 
LOMBARDO 
"Nancy Drew" 

“Are you sure you don't mind?” 
Library Aide 1; Variety Show 4. 




MARY LOMBARDO 
"Motor Mouth” 

"Don't be mean.” 

Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
3; Variety Show 4; Ski Club 4; 
Nurses Aide 114. 



VINCENT LOMBARDO 
“Vince Lombardi" 

"Take it easy" 

Senior Winter Prom Committee 3; 
Variety Show 4; Fermi '76 4; Ski 
Club 3; Track 4: Baseball 1; Sw im- 
ming 2,4. 


BARBARA MARY LUCAS 
“Barb" 

“I'll talk to God about you. but I 
won’t make any promises!” 

Usherette for Graduation 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Guidance Aide 
2,3,4. 



KAREN ELIZABETH LUCEY 
“Kar" 

"What’s it to you." 

Honor Roll 3,4; Usherette for 
Graduation 2; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Homecoming 
Day Committee 4; Variety Show 3, 
4; Pep Squad 3; Concert Choir 3.4; 
Project Teach 3,4; Graduation 
Banner Committee 2; Nurses’ Aide 
4; Swimming 3.4, (Boy's Swim 
Team Manager) 3,4; Tennis 2,4; 
Spaghetti Dinner Dance 3; All 
Things Must Pass Dance 3; Class 
Trip 4; Concession Stand 3; Gym- 
nastics Club 3 . 




DAVID LUCIUS 
"Loosh" 

"Far out." 

Variety Show 4; Student Council 1; 
Soccer (J.V.) 1, (Varsity) 2,3,4. 



DEBORAH LUNDQUIST 

"L L.” 

"Nurse Where's my nervous 
ring?!" 

Honor Roll 1.2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3.4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Future Nurses 3,4; Reflections 4; 
Social Study Lab Aide I; Home- 
coming Day Committee 4; Variety 
Show 4; Enfield Scholarship Foun- 
dation 3,4; Guidance Aide 4; Nurs- 
es Aide 2,3,4; Magazine Drive 4; 
Candy Sale 4; Commendation 
from Principal 3. 


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PHYLLIS MADORE 
“Phyl” 

"Hey look.” 

Future Nurses 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3: Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Homecoming 
Day Committee 4; Variety Show 4; 
Nurses' Aide 3,4. 


PETER J. MANCUSO 
“Pete” 

"I don't know.” 
Bowling Club 2. 


JAMES MADSEN 
“Jim" 

“You're Whipped" 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Farewell Prom Committee 3; 
Homecoming Day Committee 3; 
Variety Show 4; Poop Squad 3,4; 
Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; 
Floor Hockey 3; Ice Hockey 4. 


WILLIAM PAUL MAILMAN 
Chess Club 1; Bowling Club 2,3,4. 


ELLEN MACINTOSH 

“Mac” 

Usherette for Graduation 2; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Library Aide 3,4; En- 
field Scholarship Foundation 2; 
Class Historian 2,3,4. 


LORI ANN MAGNIFICENT 
“Lor” 

Usherette for Graduation 3; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Farewell Prom Committee 4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Variety Show 4; Enfield Scholar- 
ship Foundation 3. 


Chess Club 1,3: Bowling Club 2,3. 


THOMAS LUSARDI 
“Tom” 

“Gel A Strike” 




GEORGE J. MARINELLI JR. 

Bowling Club 2.3; Football 1, 2. 3.4; 
Track 1.2, 3,4. 



RALPH J MARTIN 
“Ralphie" 

Band 2,3.4; Stage Band 2,3.4; Cho- 
rus 2,3,4; Soccer (Captain) I . 




WESLEY EDWIN MARTIN 
JR. 

"Buzz) Buzz" 

"Love American Style,! Big Louie 
Here’” 



PAMELA ANN MASON 
"Pam" 

“Ah, c'mon." 

Senior Winter Prom Committee 4. 
Variet) Show 4; Softball 4; Pow- 
derpuff Football 4. 


LINDA vI AY 

Honor Roll I; Hostess for Gradua- 
tion 2; Variety Show 4; Girls Ath- 
letic Association 2,3; Basketball 2; 
Field Hockey 1,2,3; Softball 1,2; 
Intramural Basketball I; Intramur- 
al Volleyball 1.2. 


RONALD MAYETTE 
“Flash” 

Honor Roll 2; Future Teachers 2; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Home- 
coming Day Committee 3,4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Football 1,2. 3, 4; Wres- 
tling 1,2,4; Powderpuff Football 
(Coach) 3; Winter Track 2. 







DUNCAN MCCLINTOCK 


DENISE MAZIARZ 



Honor Roll 2,3; Newspaper Staff 
1; Ski Club 2,3,4. 




DAVE MELANCON 
"Four String Stereo 
Accoustical Dave” 

Social Studies Lab 2,3,4; Enrico 
Fermi Network 2,3,4; Student 
Council I . 



MICHAEL MC ELWAIN 
“Mike” 

Football 1 . 



MARC MENDELSON 

Chess Club I; Bowling Club 2; 
Soccer 4; Tennis 4. 




DEBORAH JEAN MEEK 
"Giggles” 

“Fantastic” 

Lamplighters 1,2; FBLA (Club 
Reporter) 3,4; Future Teachers 2,4; 
Variety Show 4. 


LORRAINE MERCIER 
“Lorrie” 

FBLA 2; Future Nurses 4. 


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EMILY MENARl 
“May I Help You, Please?” 


Honor Roll 1,4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Variety Show 4; Library Aide 1,2, 
3,4. 




LORRAINE D. MESSIER 

"Mess" 

Honor Roll 1; Variety Show 4; 
Nurses' Aide 2. 




MICHELE MARIE METTA 
"Wittle Wop" 

“What's New?” 

Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Eco-Pond (Sec.) 2; Bowling Club 
1; Scholastic Art Award 1; Powder- 
puff Football (Capt.) 2,3,4; 6th and 
7th Joint Art Festival 2,3, (Chair- 
man) 4; Magazine Drive (Hrm. 
Capt.) 4; Calender Sale 2; Variety 
Show 4. 



THOMAS M ISIEWICZ 
“Tom” 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3, (Vice-President) 4; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Variety Show 4; Enfield Scholar- 
ship Foundation 3,4; Senior Maga- 
zine Drive (H R. Captain) 4; Phys- 
ics Lab Aide 4; Baseball 1 , (J.V.) 2; 
Ice Hockey 1, (Varsity) 4; Golf 
(Varsity) 4. 


LINDA ANN MISTERKA 
"Lin” 

“Who wants to go to Abdow’s!??” 

FBLA 2,3, (Social Director) 4; 
Future Teachers 4; Social Studies 
Lab Aide 1; Usherette for Gradua- 
tion 3; Variety Show 4; Chorus 3; 
Ski Club 2. 


SHEILA MOODY 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Farewell Prom Committee 4; Dedi- 
cation Day Committee 2; Home- 
coming Day Committee 2; Variety 
Show 4; Pep Squad 1; Director Of 
Activities 2; Ski Club 4. 


DIANE MOORES 

Reflections (Art Editor) 3,4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Children's Theater 3; 
Tennis 4. 









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CAROLYN SUSAN 
MUELLER 
“Carol” 

"Oh no! Not again.” 

Honor Roll 2,3,4: Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 3.4; Homecom- 
ing Day Committee 4; Variety 
Show 4; Pep Squad 3; Chorus 4; 
Guidance Aide 2,3,4: Fermi Host- 
ess 3; Class Secretary 3: Office 
Aide 2,3,4; Graduation Decora- 
tions 2; Magazine Drive 4. 


SUSAN ELIZABETH 
MULKERN 
“Sue” 

Honor Roll 3,4; Lamplighters 2.3; 
Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Dedication Day Committee 2: 
Homecoming Day Committee 3: 
Variety Show 4; Fermi '76 4; En- 
field Scholarship Foundation 4; 
Guidance Aide 2.3,4. 


MARY BETH NEWMAN 
“Mannew” 

"Don’t get uptight!” 

Honor Roll 3; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4; Varietv Show 
4. 


JOHN NOLAN JR. 


ROBERT MUNROE 

“Bob” 


JOHN OLIVER 


KATHLEEN MORLARTY 
“Kathv" 


PAUL J. MUSSO 
"Moose” 
“Weeeeo!" 

Junior Prom Host 3. 




LINDA OLSEN 
“Lynn” 

"I don’t know.” 










DIANE PARCIAK 

Usherette for Graduation 3; Dedi- 
cation Day Committee 2: Home- 
coming Day Committee 3.4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; Magazine Drive (H R. 
Captain) 4; Carwash 3. 


RONALD PAINCHAU D 
“Ron" 

"That Cuts No Ice!” 
FBLA 4; Swimming 2,3,4. 


JOYCE MARIE PARLAPIANO 

International Club 3.4; Usherette 
for Graduation 3; Junior Prom 
Committee (Chairman) 3; Variety 
Show 4; Consumer Ed. & Family 
Living Award 1,2; Citizenship 
Award 1; Home Ec. Club (Presi- 
dent) I . 


PATRICK PADREV1TA 


DENNIS PARENTEAU 


GEORGE PAUL PA NOSKY 
Project Teach 2. 


BARBARA PARSONS 
“Barb” 

Honor Roll 1,2. 3. 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Lamplighters I; 
FBLA 2; Variety Show 4; 
Dedication Day Float Committee 
2; Sophomore Auction 2. 


International Club 3.4; Pep Squad 
2,3; Guidance Aide 1; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; UN Day (Co- 
Chairman) 3; Office Aide 1 ,3.4. 


THERESA PATER WIC 
“Terry" 

“That’s Cool!” 



NANCY PAUL 
“Nanny” 
“Kiss It” 


DECA 1 , (Vice President) 2. 





JOSEF PIEKOS 



BEATRICE R. PIEPER 

“Bea” 

Variety Show 4; Girls’ Athletic 
Associaton 2,3; Basketball 1, 
(Manager) 2, (J.V. Co-Captain) 3, 
(Varsity) 4; Field Hockey 2,3, (Co- 
Captain) 4; Softball 2,3,4. 








WAYNE PORCELLO 
“Pork” 

Stage Band 1; Ski Club 1,2.3: Ice 
Hockey 1 . 



DONNA JEAN POTVIN 
“Donna" 

“I don’t know.” 

Honor Roll 3; Usherette for Grad- 
uation 3; Senior Farewell Prom 
Committee 3; Variety Show 4; Pro- 
ject Teach Club 2,3. 




WILLIAM BRADFIELD 
PRICE 

Chess Club 1; Bowling Club 2; 
Swimming 2,3,4. 



DOUGLAS QUARTERMAN 
“A.J." 

"Hey, What's Happening.” 
Basketball 2,3,4. 







CAREY MARIE RACKLIFFE 

Band 2,3.4; Usherette for Play 3; 
Social Study Lab Aide 1; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Farewell Prom Committee 4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 2; 
Library Aide 1; Pep Squad 1; 
Guidance Office Aide 1; Eco-Pond 
2; Variety Show 4. 


RICHARD T. PROVENCHER 
“Leechmere" 

“You got a smoke?" 

Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Football 1 . 


Variety Show 4; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 1; Football 1 . 


ROBERT QUICK 
"Rob" 

"Hey Corey, What are you doing 
after school today?" 

Football 1,2; Track 1; Ice Hockey 
1 ,4; Tennis 4. 


JAMES BRIAN 
PROVENCHER 
“Jim” 

“ Heyyy ! ! ! ! Howyadoin?” 



SUZANNE MARIE 
PROVENCHER 
“Sue" 

“For Real?” 

Variety Show 4; Library Aide 4. 



JOHN RAGNO 
"Rags" 

"Take it out!” 

Homecoming Day Committee 4. 


CLAIRE RAICHE 
"Joe" 


Honor Roll 1,3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 4. 





JOSEPH RANCOURT 
"Rank” 

Bowling Club 2.3.4; Handball 
Tournament 2. 






Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Winter Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Farewell Prom Committee 3.4; 
Dedication Day Committee 2; 
Homecoming Day Committee 3.4; 
Variety Show 4; Enfield Scholar- 
ship Foundaton 3,4; Fermi Hosts 2. 
3,4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2; 
Car Wash 3; Nurses’ Aide 3; 
Cheerleading (J.V.) 2, (Varsity) 3, 
4; Pow^puff Football 2,3; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 2. 

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JUDITH MARIE RARUS 
“Judy" 

“Now that you feel like a complete 
jerk." 



DANIEL REGAN 
“Dan" 

Football 3.4; Track 2,3.4. 


DONNA JEAN REED 
"Donut” 

“Hey Whip!” 

Honor Roll 2,3; EBLA 3.4; Library 
Aide 2,3; Student Secretary 3; 
Powderpuff Football 3. 




MAUREEN REGAN 
“Moe” 

Variety Show 4; Newspaper Staff 
4; Work Experience. 



DAVID REYNOLDS 
“Ren” 

Honor Roll 1.2, 3.4; National Hon- 
or Society 3.4; Lamplighters 2; 
Social Study Lab (Executive Direc- 
tor) 3,4; Fermi ’76 (Chairman) 3,4; 
Newspaper Staff 2; Social Study 
Award 3. 


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DEBRA LEE ROBERTS 
“Debbie” 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3,4. 


JOSEPH RICCI 
“Joe" 

“Get out of here.” 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Stage 
Band 1 ,2,3,4; Lamplighters 2; 
Homecoming Day Committee 3; 
Bowling Club; Wrestling 4; Ski 
Club; Intramural Basketball 4; 
Variety Sow 4. 


CHRISTINE RICHARDSON 
“Chris” 


PRINCESS RINGLAND 
"Prinie” 

Honor Roll 1,3; Lamplighters 1,2, 
3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 
4; Band 1,2, 3,4; String Ensemble 3, 
4; Chorus 4; Stage Band 1,2; Varie- 
ty Show 4. 


ARTHUR NELSON RIVERS 
“Art” 


MARILYN ROBBINS 

“Me” 

“I bet you I’m right.” 

Honor Roll 2,3; FBLA 3, (Treasur- 
er) 4; Variety Show 4; Library Aide 
1, Enfield Scholarship Foundation 
3; Project Teach (Pres.) 2; Student 
Advisory Council 4; Connecticut 
Title of Jr. Accounting Award First 
Place 3. 


Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Chess Club 3. 


PAUL RICHARD 

"Muggsy” 
“Ask me if I care.” 



WILLIAM S. ROBINSON 
“Movie Man” 
“That's Show-Biz.” 


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KENNETH ROGERSON 
“Ken” 

“You turkey.” 

Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Variety Show 4; Poop Squad; 
Football 1.2,4; Baseball 2. 

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THOMAS ROLLAND 
“Tom” 

Bowling Club 2,3,4; Football 2; 
Baseball 1; Track 2;Golf4. 



WILLIAM F. ROONEY 
“Bill” 


ROSA ROSATO 
DECA. 



LOIS ROSS 

“Lo” 

“Big Deal” 

FBLA 4; Yoga Club 2. 




W AYNE L. ROSSIGNOL 



MARY ANN ROUSSEAU 
“Mare” 

“Can’t, got too much homework!” 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 
3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Se- 
nior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
4; Homecoming Day Committee 
(Dance Chairman) 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Enfield Scholarship Foundation 3; 
Yoga Club 2; Nurses Aide II 4; 
Variety Show 4. 


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CECIL ROY 
Floor Hockey 2,3. 



WILLIAM ANDREW ROYCE 
“Bill” 

“C'mon People” 

Student Council Representative 1; 
Kosciuszko Singers 1; Color Guard 
2; Band 2, (V. Pres.) 3, (Pres.) 4; 
Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4: Fermi ’76 
(Director) 3,4; Lamplighters 
(Pres.) 1,2, (Historian) 3, (Pres.) 4; 
FBLA 2,3,4 (State Pres.) 3,4; Na- 
tional FBLA Pres. Candidate 3; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Varie- 
ty Show 4; “Madwoman of Chail- 
lot” 2: Children’s Drama Group 3; 
“All Things Must Pass" Annual 
Scholarship Dance 2,3,4; Outstand- 
ing Student Award 2; Dramatics 
Award 2; Yale Club of Hartford 
Book Award 3; Citizenship Award 
3; Leadership Award 3. 




THOMAS G. RYPYSC 
“RIP" 

“Don’t worry about it.” 

Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Newspaper Staff (Photographer) 3, 
4; Ice Hockey 4. 



JENNIE SUSAN SANZO 
“Jen” 

"Oh my God.” 

Variety Show 4; Senior Magazine 
Drive (Hrm. Capt. ) 4. 


LYNN ANN SASO 

FBLA 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Senior Winter Prom Committee 
4; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Homecoming Day Commit- 
tee 3.4; Variety Show 4; Senior 
Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; 
Majorettes 3. 



MONICA SATCHELL 



R. SCOTT SAUVE 
“Scotty” 
"You're a waste." 


Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Variety Show 4; Soccer (MVP) 1,2, 

3, (Capt.) 4; Ice Hockey 1 ,4: Tennis 

4. 




LAWRENCE SAWTELLE 
“Larry” 

“Don't worry about it.” 
Football (Manager) 2. 




PATRICIA ANN SAWYER 
“Pat” 

Honor Roll 3.4: Ju nior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Variety Show. 



CAROL SCHUMAKER 

Honor Roll 2.3,4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 3; Variety Show 4; Pep 
Squad 1; Girls' Swimming 4. 





KEN SCOTT 
“Scotty” 

"He scores!” 

Track 1; Floor Hockey 3. 


ALAN SEILHAMMER 
“Al” 

“Hey man, get a load of that one.” 

Honor Roll 2,3; Reflections 3; Va- 
riety Show 4; Audio-Visual Club 1; 
Soccer 1 . 




NANCY E. SCHERMERHORN 
“Scherm” 

Social Study Lab Aide 1; Usherette 
for Gradution 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Winter Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Farewell 
Prom Committee 3,4; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3,4; Variety Show 
4; Pep Squad 1; Project Teach 2; 
Float Committee 2,3,4; Senior 
Magazine Drive (Hrm. Capt.) 4; 
Powderpuff Football 3,4. 



RICHARD JOHN SEVARINO 
“Doc” 

“C'mon” 

Lamplighters (Prop-manager) 1,2, 
3; Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Variety Show 4; Band 3,4: Stage 
Band 3,4. 


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MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER 
SHEA 
“Mike” 

Honor Roll 3; Social Study Lab 
Aide 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Ski 
Club 3,4; Football I; Track 1,2, 3,4. 



RAYELLE SHEFFER 
“Raye” 



RAYMOND SHEFFER 
“Shef” 

“The pack is back." 

Project Teach 2,3,4; Fermi Envi- 
ronmental Action Group 2,4. 



STEPHEN HENRY SIBLEY 
“Stan” 

Variety Show 4; Fermi Hosts 4; 
Poop Squad (Tri-Capt.) 3,4; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3, (Co-Capt.)4; Baseball 2, 
3,4. 




JACQUELINE SHEEHAN 
“Jackie” 

“Oh, far out.” 

Honor Roll 3; Social Study Lab 
Aide 1; Usherette for Graduation 
3; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Homecoming Day Committee 3, 
(Float Chairman) 4; Variety Show 
4; Class Officers (Director of Activ- 
ities) 4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; 
Tennis 2. 



ERICA SMITH 
“Rickie” 



LINDA SMYTH 
“Farmer Smyth” 

Honor Roll 1. 2. 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; FBLA 4; Senior 
Winter Prom 4; Enfield Scholar- 
ship Foundation 3,4. 



THOMAS SMYTH 
“Smitty” 

DECA 1,2; Ski Club 1,2. 


DOROTHY MARIE 
SOWULESKI 
"Dottie" 

"What can I say?” 

Honor Roll 4; Usherette for Grad- 
uation 3; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Senior Farewell Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Homecoming Day Commit- 
tee 4: Library Aide 1: Pep Squad 1; 
Chorus 4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 4; Girls' Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2; Softball (Manager) 2. 



KENNETH ERNEST 
STADLANDER 
"Ken” 

“Let's go!” 

Honor Roll; Audio-Visual Club; 
Track; Golf. 


ROBERT E. STAUBLE JR. 
“Bob" 

“I didn’t do it.” 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; 
Track 1,2, 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; 
Homecoming Day Committee 3,4; 
Biology Award 2; Enfield Environ- 
mental Acton Group (V. Pres.) 2; 
Variety Show 4. 



CAROL STEELE 

Fermi '76 4; Basketball (Girls 
Manager) 2; Tennis Club 2. 


THEODORE STELMAT 
“Polock” 

“You're kidding.” 

Honor Roll 2; Track 3,4; Cross 
Country 4. 







RICHARD STEWART 
“Stu” 

“Hev, if vou don’t like the music, 
well_ 

Swimming 2,3,4. 


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RUSSELL ST. JOHN 
“Russ" 

Wrestling 4; Powderpuff Football 
Coach 4: Golf 4. 


ROBERT STOCK 
“Bob" 

Lamplighters 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3; 
Bowling Club (President) 2. 


DONALD E. STOUT 
“Don" 

"Let's get st ed.” 


DIANE MARIE ST. MARTIN 
“For heavens sake” 

Hostess for Graduation 3; Variety 
Show 4; Crisco Award 1 . 


DEBRA STONE 
“Debbie" 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3.4; Enfield Scholarship 
Foundation 3,4. 


BARBARA STOREY 
“Barb” 

“Don't say that.” 

Chess Club 1; Guidance Aide 1; 
Baseball 1 . 


CHERYL L. STONE 
"Rainbow" 

“Hey, can't have everything." 
Honor Roll 1,2, 3. 4; Tennis 2. 


CYNTHIA STREETER 
“Cindy” 
“Indubitibly” 

Lamplighters 1,2; Audio-Visual 
Club (V. Pres.) 3, (Pres.) 4; Variety 
Show 4. 












RICHARD THERIAULT 
“Rich" 

Project Teach 3.4. 


DEBOR \H STRUMPFLER 


LOUISE JULIA TESTONI 
“Louard" 

Senior Winter Prom Committee 4: 
Variety Show 4. 


KIM A. TAVSH ANJI AN 


TRACEY SULLIVAN 
'"I'm not Sheila" 

EBLA 4: Usherette for Graduation 
3: Homecoming Day Committee 3; 
Variety Show 4; Library Aide 2,3: 
Pep Squad 3: Fermi Hosts 2.3: 
Work Experience 4. 


JOHN THEOF1LES 

Football 1.2.3: Baseball 2,3. (Co- 
Captain) 4. 


GREGORY LEONARDO 
STROMAN 
“Greg" 

"Catch you w hen the nips are up." 
Football 3.4. 


DONNA TESKE 

Girls’ Athletic Association 2.3; 
Girls' Basketball 3.4: Field Hockey 
3.4; MVP (Field Hockey) 4: Soft- 
ball 2,3.4: Intramural Vollevball 
1 . 2 . 


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ViCKY THIBODEAU 
“I'm bored.” 


Lamplighters 3,4; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 4; Variety Show 
4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Enfield Scholar- 
ship Foundation 3,4; Project Teach 
3; Eco Pond 2. 



CARL THORESEN 




GARY THRESHER 



SHARON TIDWELL 

“Not Necessarily!” 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Lamplighters 
3,4; Senior Winter Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Dedication Day Committee 
2; Homecoming Day Committee 4; 
Pep Squad 3; Chorus 1; Softball 1; 
Intramural Basketball 1; Tennis 3; 
Variety Show 4. 


JACOBA WILLEMINA 
TIMMERMAN 

“Willy” 

“It’s the truth, Phil.” 

FBLA 2; DECA 3, (Sec.) 4; Varie- 
ty Show 4. 



JOHN TIROLETTO 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Chess Club 2; Fermi 
'76 3,4; Enfield Scholarship Foun- 
dation 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4. 





JOSEPH G. TRACZYNSKI 
“Joe" 

“Groovy” 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; International 
Club 2; FBLA 4; Variety Show 4; 
Boy’s State Delegate 3; Football 2; 
Track 1,2, 3, 4; Swimming 2,3,4. 





BONNIE TRICKETT 
“Trick" 


RICHARD TRUDEAU 
“Rock” 

“I've done that before." 


Senior Winter Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Farewell Prom Committee 
3; Variety Show 4; Ski Club 3.4; 
Magazine Drive Homeroom Cap- 
tain 4. 




Freshman Football (Captain) I; 
Football 2.3; Floor Hockey (Cap- 
tain) 3; Ice Hockey (Captain) 1,4; 
Soccer 4. 




GLORIA JEANNE TYRRELL 
“Hey Egret!" 


JOHN UNGHIRE III 

“How's it going?" 

Chess Club 2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4. 



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JERRY VAN KIRK 
“Joe Banana" 

Lamplighters 3,4; Social Study 
Lab Aide 2,3,4. 




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Honor Roll 1; Lamplighters 2,3,4; 
Social Study Lab Aide 1; Dedica- 
tion Day Committee 2; Library 
Aide 2; Enfield Scholarship Foun- 
dation 3; Guidance Aide 2,3.4; 
Contact 4; Cheerleading (J.V.) 2; 
(Varsity) 3; Variety Show 4. 



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ANDREA VERESHKO 
“Peas” 



CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL 
WACHOWIAK 
“Chris” 

“Take it easy.” 


Variety Show 4; Floor Hockey 3; 
Wrestling 4. 





ALAN JAMES WALTON 
“Say” 

Honor Roll 3; International Club 
4; Band 1; Project Teach 2; Fermi 
Environmental Action Group 2; 
Swimming 3,4. 


REGINALD M. W ALLEN 
“Reggie" 

Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Variety Show 
4; Magazine Drive Captain 4. 




MARK WALTON 
"That’s Life.” 



MARK EDWARD 
WASHBURN 
“Wash” 

“That gets me ticked." 

Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 4; Yearbook Staff (Pho- 
tographer) 4; Homecoming Day 
Committee 4; Variety Show 4; 
Band 1,2, 3,4: Stage Band 3,4. 










JOANN DENISE WAUGH 
"Poke" 

"You wouldn't believe 


Lamplighters 2. 


BEATE WIENHOFF 


JAMES WILLIAMS 
Band 1,4; Football 1,2. 


CLIFFORD WILSON 
"BB" 

Honor Roll 2; Variety Show 4; Ski 
Club 4; As Schools Match Wits 3, 
4; Track 2; Tennis 4 


JOHN WILSON 
“Finally!!!” 

Honor Roll 1,3. 


MARLENE BETH WILSON 
"Blondie" 

“Lets Check-Out the Fire House!" 

Variety Show 4; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 4/ 


BRIAN PAUL WOODBURY 
“AB" 

“Let Me Take Your Picture" 

Yearbook Staff (Photographer) 4; 
Variety Show 4. 


GEORGE W RIGHT 


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YVONNE WRIGHT 




BETTEJANE ZAVATSKY 
“Bette" 


Social Study Lab Aide I; VarietV 
Show 4: Chorus 2; Folk Club4FArt 
Club 2,4. vr-si-' 


ROBIN ZOCCO 


JOHN YOUNG 

Lamplighters 2,3,4; Social Study 
Lab Aide 3,4; Variety Show 3. 



KAREN CHRISTINE 
ZEBROWSKI 
“Ski” 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 3,4; Yearbook 3, (Ed. of 
Senior Section) 4; Reflections 4; 
Hostess for Graduation 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Winter 
Prom Committee 4; Dedication 
Day Committee 2; Homecoming 
Day Committee 3,4; Pep Squad 3; 
Class Trip Committee 4; Variety 
Show 4. 



DAVID ZACCARO 
“Dave” 

Ice Hockey 1,2,3. 



CINDI ZUKAS 



CAMERA SHY 
1974 


WILLIAM BARNETT 
KEVIN BOWEN 
SHAWN JOHNSON 
KIMBERLY LA FLEUR 
EDWARD MATUS 
CHRISTOPHER MYERS 
JOSEPH OUELLETTE 
MICHELE SCHMIDT 
RONALD SHELDON 
GREGORY SMITH 
MARK STEWARD 
DARRYL SYKES 
ELLEN WANCZYK 
REINHARD WEGER 
JAMES WHALEN 






Well, we did it again! The Class of '74 started the year off with a bang by winning the Homecoming Day Float Contest 
for the third year in a row. The winning streak began with our Sophomore float dealing with Fermi's dedication, and con- 
tinued with our Junior float concentrating on school activities and class spirit. The '74 spirit Finally caught fire for the cli- 
max of our hardworking sessions. “Lift-Off '74'' established the mood for our upcoming year, graduation, and future 
goals. See you next year at the Alumni float meeting! 








J.V. AND VARSITY SOCCER TEAM First Row: Bobby Michaud (Tri-Captain). David Lucius (Tri-Captain), Scott Sauve (Tri-Captain). Sec- 
ond Row: Steve Michaud. Bob Kahn, Mark Hicks, Mark Bouchard, Chester Kroczewski, Ed Morse, Bogdan Bozcar, Guy Canella, Jeff Ale'skwiz, 
Tony Giovenetti, Dave Sautelle, Chris Holmes. Third Row: Coach Jim Reveruzzi. Rich Trudeau, Danny Sharon, Kenny Morris, Bob Davis, Keith 
Patenaude. Ron Scussel, Ken Christensen. Andy Rivers, Steve LaRocque, Wayne Augusto, Varsity Coach Chico Batista. (Missing from Picture — 
Marc Mendelson.) 



TR1-CA PTAINS: Scott Sauve. Bob Michaud, Dave Lucius. 



Evaluating the per- 
formance of our team 
for the past season is a 
rather arduous task. 
At the beginning of 
the school year, in 
September, I felt we 
had a chance at a .500 
season at best. Little 
did I realize the re- 
ward of the good hard 
work that was forth- 
coming. This team 
performed beyond my 
expectations, ending 
the season with a 6-3-4 
record two of those 
losses by only one 
goal. 

When Soccer is 
mentioned, Fermi 
High students can be 
proud the first time 
we made it to the State Soccer Tournament finals! 

Chico ’73 











Senior T ony Giovanetti 


Senior Bob Davis 


VARSITY SCORES. 1973 SEASON 
6 WINS. 4 TIES. 3 LOSSES 


Fermi 

1 

Trade High 

1 

Fermi 

0 

Windsor Locks 

1 

Fermi 

3 

Prince Tech 

. 3 

Fermi 

_2 

East Hartford 

l 

Fermi 

3 

East Catholic 

. . 2 

Fermi 

0 

Farmington 

. 3 

Fermi 

3 

Avon 

2 

Fermi 

4 

Enfield 

I 

Fermi 

1 

East Catholic 

0 

Fermi 

1 

East Hartford 

1 

Fermi 

1 

Trade High 

0 

Fermi 

0 

Windsor Locks 

0 

Fermi 

I 

Enfield 

2 


TOURNAMENT 


Fermi 

2 

Hampdem High 

3 


J 





I 


Senior Bob Kahn 


Senior Marc Mendelson 





Senior Guy Cannella 




Senior Bogden Boczar 


“Now this is a soccer field, understand?" 


“Too Much stick-em, Coach!” 





. 




Senior Danny Sharon 


Senior Chris Holmes 




Senior Bob Michaud 


Senior Dave Lucuis 


Senior Rich Trudeau 




VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM First Row: Diane Teske, Sarah King (Co-Captain), Rosemary Bellantuano, Sharon LaBrecque, Marita 
Egan, Debbi Marrochini, Debi Hanscomb, Donna Teske, Mary Motyl, Sharon Benoit. Second Row Debbie Agro (Manager), Betsy Hall (Man- 
ager), Cathy Gaylor, Debbi Bourque, Gayle Hutchinson, Diane Derose, Bea Pieper (Co-Captain), Lynn Gangone, Ann Whalen, Bette Derose, 
Lynne Delay, Polly Bauckman, Coach Carol Albert. 

GIRLS’ FIELD HOCKEY 

This year’s field hockey season featured a number of notable accomplish- 
ments achieved by the team and by individual members of the squad. The girls' 
1973 schedule included several perennial state hockey powers, such as E. O. 
Smith, Simsbury, and Granby. Strong peformances against these highly-re- 
spected opponents proved Fermi deserving of similar recognition. The team's 
two games with Granby, the eventual 1973-74 state champion, were particularly 
impressive as Fermi lost 3-2 and then held Granby to a scoreless tie in their sec- 
ond meeting. 

The girls finished their regular season with a record of 8-2-2 which qualified 
them for state tournament, ranked 17th in the state. In a thrilling contest, the 
girls defeated Suffield 2-1 in triple overtime, but then lost to Guilford, the tour- 
ney's runner-up, 1 -0. Participating in the state tournament was an exciting expe- 
rience for the team and one of which they can be very proud. 

Outstanding achievements by individuals on the team include the record scor- 
ing of Senior Donna Teske as she led the team in scoring for the third straight 
year. Donna recorded 18 goals, while Sarah King and Sharon Benoit each had 
10. Donna's school record of 27 goals for her three year varsity career will be 
very difficult to surpass. 












VARSITY SCORES, 1973 SEASON 



X WINS, 2 TIES. 2 FOSSES 


Fermi 

2 

E.O, Smith 

1 

Fermi 

i 

Simsbury . 

4 

Fermi 

KK ■ ■ 2 

Granby . 

3 

Fermi 


Windsor Locks 

0 

Fermi 

. 2 

Enfield 

0 

Fermi 

s$ 

South Windsor 

0 

Fermi 

4 

Newington 

1 

Fermi 

. 0 

Granby 

0 

Fermi 

yy 

Enfield 

1 

Fermi 

y/7 

Newington 

2 

Fermi 


South Windsor 

0 

Fermi 

10 

Bloomfield 

0 


tournament 


Fermi 

2 

Suffield 

1 

Fermi 

0 

Guildord 

1 





1 




Left Inner Sharon Benoit 



Center Halfback 
Sharon LaBrecque 




Right Wing 
Debi Hanscomb 



Right I nner 
Sarah King 


Right Fullback 
Bea Pieper 


HARD WORK AND PRIDE BREED WINNERS! 




CROSS COUNTRY 










i 







Cross Country was a new sport at Fermi this past year. The com- 
petition was very tough and included several CCIL teams, the Class 
S, the State L, and the CCIL League champions. 

Outstanding performances were consistently recorded by Junior 
Mike Jones and Sophomore Don Gonzalez who usually finished 
second and third respectively. 

Perhaps the highlight of the year was the Enfield meet in which 
Fermi swept the first four places. 

With only Seniors Keith Boccaccio, Ted Stelmat, and Dave Dra- 
gone leaving, continued improvement of this young team should 
bring Fermi its first winning season next year. 

Coach Stephen Ross 



CROSS COUNTRY TEAM First Row: Mark Parlapiano. Dave Boyajian, Don 
Gonzalez, Mike Jones. Second Row: Coach Stephen Ross, Bob Benoit. Glenn Reese. 
Chuck Breslin. Keith Boccaccio. Missing From Picture Ted Stelmat. Dave Dragone. 


“I’ll beat you yet, Jones." 


Seniors Keith Boccaccio and Dave Dragone 

109 


VARSITY SCORES, 1973 SEASON 

2 WINS, 6 LOSSES 

Fermi 

38 

Stafford 

21 

Fermi 

24 

Somers 

31 

Fermi . 

39 

East Hartford 

21 

Fermi 

Pk 43 

Windham 

16 

Fermi 

45 

Platt 

17 

Fermi . 

29 

Manchester 

26 

Fermi 

34 

Wethersfield 

24 

Fermi 

2*> 

Enfield 

34 




GIRLS’ SWIMMING 



GIRLS' SWIM TEAM - First Row: Karen Lucey, Kathy Duren. Sheila Lee (Co-Captain), Lyn- 
da Lucey, Audrey Sheak, Carol Shumaker. Second Row: Patti Locke, Mary Ann Drennan, Kathy 
King, Debbie Ainsworth. Debbie Douville, Peggy Maher, Joanne Daley. Third Row: Donna Gon- 
zalez, Diane Suleski, Carol Hayden, Coach Lora Arnold. Nancy Caswell (Co-Captain), Jean 
Cammilleri (Manager), Cindy Brown. Becky Taylor. 



tense moments 


•ft. 



VARSITY SCORES, 1973 SEASON 



1 WIN 1 

LOSSES 


Fermi 

54 

East Hartford 

58 

Fermi 

52 

St. Bernards . 

60 

Fermi 

27 

Sheehan 

86 

Fermi 

45 

Penny 

67 

Fermi 

49 

Hartford Public 

64 

Fermi 

38 

Maloney 

75 

Fermi 

43 

Glastonbury 

70 

Fermi 

42 

Hall High 

. 71 

Fermi 

.40 

Conard 

73 

Fermi 

37 

Newington 

76 

Fermi 

78 

South Catholic 

33 

Fermi 

. . . 48 

Seymour 

65 



SENIOR SWI M MERS: Debbie Ainsworth, Cindy Brown, Nancy Caswell, Shei- 
la Lee, Karen Lucey, Carol Shumaker. 



not to turn back 







‘I’m going as fast as I can!" 


"Why didn't I stay 
home today???" 


The Fermi H igh Girls' Swim Team is a dedi- 
cated, determined group of girls who have worked 
diligently the two years of its existence. Although 
team victories have been minimal, individual ac- 
complishments have been astounding. Realizing 
the extremely rigorous competition meeting the 
top ten teams in the state, the swimmers per- 
formed admirably, chopping seconds off times in 
virtually every contest. 

Sheila Lee and Debbie Ainsworth, both se- 
niors, and Kathy Duren, junior, met qualifying 
times for the state championships at Southern 
Connecticut in New Haven. 

The team was captained by Nancy Caswell and 
Sheila Lee. 

Coach Lora Arnold 


certai 


stop 


C3 n 


now 


“Oh no! My race is next." 


“We're winning!" 




FOOTBALL 


JL 



VARSITY SCORES, 1973 SEASON 


5 WINS, 5 LOSSES 

Fermi 34 Bloomfield 16 

Fermi 34 Montville 14 

Fermi 15 Kennedy 24 

Fermi .W. 6 Morgan 14 

Fermi . 12 South Catholic 7 

Fermi 16 Wolcott .29 

Fermi 18 East Hartford 45 

Fermi 34 Pulaski . 12 

Fermi 27 Farmington 12 

Fermi 21 Enfield 39 

A W INNING SEASON! 


The thrill of victory 



The agony of defeat 



COACHING STAFF Kneeling Mr. Bob Lengyl 
(Asst. Coach), Mr. Joe Nuccio (Head Coach). Mr. John 
Kouba. Standing Mr. Dan Gallo, Mr. Bill Barker, Mr. 
Lennie Shorts. 

Can our season be measured by wins and losses 
alone? If so, we have achieved but mediocrity. 
Yet, if we did not achieve in other ways, even an 
undefeated season would have been meaningless. 
Any coach will preach the importance of blocking 
and tackling to his players, but what is it that 
makes those players respond? It is pride; pride in 
their team, pride in their school, and especially 
pride in themselves. Football does not take place 
merely between the markings of white lime, not 
only within the walls of a locker room, not only 
before the cheering crowds of a rally, not only 
during a victory celebration or at a silent meeting 
of dejected losers. It is an emotional experience 
unique for each individual. 

These are the things seniors must leave behind 
each year. This year thirteen of us ieave them be- 
hind with a lingering emptiness. 



The Defensive Line-up 




We finally got our scoreboard! 


Falcons are King of the 
BEASTS! 


THE SENIORS 


HI 




I VARSITY AND J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM — First Row: Coach Nuccio, Coach Barker, George Marinelli. Bob Stauble, Mark Cunningham, Jim Mad- 
sen, Steve Sibley (Co-Captain), Mike Egan, Greg Stroman. Steve Guilmette. Joe Scalia and Coach Lengyl. Second Row: Coach Gallo, Dave Branchard 
(Manager), Dan Regan, Ron Mayette, Ken Rogerson, Brian Hallenbeck (Co-Captain), Gus Jasminski. Mike Barns, Rick Sylvester, Mike Rooke and 
Coach Kouba. Third Row: Coach Shorts, Rich Skizewski, Bob Francoeur. Mark Zarcaro, Tom Alexander, Matt Mailman, Bob Desjardin, Steve Ange- 
lica and Ron Criscitelli. Fourth Row: Mike Daly, Carl Scavatto, Bill Moore, Glenn Marinelli, Jerry Lepore, Vance Sawamura. Greg Boyajian, Tony 
Leno. Mike Tarnowicz and Dan Guilmette. Fifth Row: John Mayo, Bill Meek. Steve Korb, Brian Poudrette, Teofe Ziemnicki, Vince Breslin. Dave Jen- 
sen, Scott Ottman and Dewey Thomas. Sixth Row: Eric Giuliano (Manager), Jerry Bastarache, Joe Spence, Dick Madsen, Mike Pilkington, Jim Duffy, 
Mike Moore, Scott Boucher and Mike Callahan. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Patrick Pieper. Rick Sands, Pete Lamagna, Rich Marks, Greg Marks 
and Jim Rager. 



“What did you say, coach?” 


The Brotherhood 


And now, a word from our loyal fans 


1 









TRIBUTE TO THE SENIORS 



DAN REGAN 
Offensive End 



GUS JASMINSKI 
Safety 





RON MAYETTE 
Halfback 




BRIAN 

HALLENBECK 
CO-CAPTAIN 
Quarterback JIM MADSEN 

Defensive End 



DAVE 

BRANCHARD 

Manager 



STEVE 

GUILMETTE 

Linebacker 



UNI TED THE Y STAND, UNI TED THE Y FALL 





KEN ROGERSON 
Offensive End 


MARK 

CUNNINGHAM 

Center 


GREG STROMAN 
Defensive Guard 


GEORGE 

MARINELLI 

Linebacker 


STEVESIBLEY 

CO-CAPTAIN 

Tackle 


BOB STAUBLE 
Guard 


Did you hear about 


“Now, come on you guys!” 


SENIORS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Kelleher, Nancy Scher- 
merhorn, Janet Cannone, Jackie Sheehan, Eileen Galligan, 
Nancy Brassard, Anne Baril. Michele Metta. 


t” 


AND 
NOW . . . 
THE 
GIRLS 



POWDERPUFF 

FOOTBALL 

1973 


POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL TEAM 
First Row: Debby Deschamp, Sally Boud- 
reau, Angela Wrightman. Second Row: Don- 
na Whalen, Janice Therrien, Michele Metta. 
Third Row: Coach Bob Kahn, Barb Harding, 
Lisa Waleryszak, Linda Kendrick. Fourth 
Row: Janet Cannone, Nancy Brassard, Eileen 
Galligan, Nancy Schermerhorn. Jackie Shee- 
han. Fifth Row: Coach Rick Provencher, Ann 
Kelleher, Anne Baril, Lorie Reese, Coach 
Mark Provencher. MISSING FROM PIC- 
TURE: Head Coach Eldon Whalen. 



“What do I do now?” 


On your mark! Get set! GO!” 






Ready or not, here we come!” 


DIFFERENT, 
YET NOT APART . . . 


"Women Power!” 

THE MANY FACES 


‘Zac, Y ou’ve got legs!’ 




“Just a little more to the left!” 

UNITED BY A COMMON 
BOND . . . 


“Where are those suspenders you prom- 
ised, Coach?” 


“Not now. I’m busy!” 


I can fly!” 


“Man your battle stations!” 






VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Center: Sue Cote (Captain). Left to Right: Donna Courchaine, Sandy Rogerson, Bonnie Redderoth, 
Mona Ferreira, Sue Markowski, Patty Mayo, Judy Rarus, Phyllis Krasinski, Sandy Evans, Lorie La Scala and Kathy Cardella. Missing from 
Picture — Mrs. Sue Chincola (Advisor). 





the continual hope for a 
victory.” 




to help raise others’ spirits.” 


TO BE 
A 

CHEERLEADER 
IS . . . 


having a great advisor.”’ 


the few special moments when you know it’s all worth it.” 


Being a cheerleader is a big part of these girls’ lives. It is an 
honor accompanied by responsibilities such as: making posters, 
selling booster badges, trying to fill spectator busses, and cheer- 
ing for a game when school spirit has died, almost. Then, there 
are very special times unique to a cheerleader and her squad; 
Going to cheerleading camp in 90 degree summer weather, 
making sure everyone who needs a ride gets one in the “Nova”, 
meeting a new advisor whose first comment is “you’re mental” 
and after all this, still wanting to be friends outside school. 

This year’s squad achieved a closeness which shines through 
both on and off the field and court. Thus, it is with regret that a 
season ends, especially for the seniors, who have just begun to 
get to know each other after three very full years. But, a cheer- 
leader leaves with the feeling that she has played as big a part in 
the making of Fermi High as Fermi High did in the making of 
her. 



SENIORS - L eft to Right: Judy Rarus, Sandy Evans, Kathy Cardella, Sue Cote (Cap- 
tain), Lorie LaScala, Donna Courchaine and Phyllis Krasinski. 




something I shall never forget.” 



JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD Front Row: Kathy Kelly, Karen D'Amato, 
Nancy Buiniskas (Captain), Lori Binnenkade, Gayle Gott; Back Row: Debbie 
Whaples, Jennifer Provencher. Karen Banis, Janice Golec. Debbie Marek . 



great memories, new and lasting friendships, craziness, work, 

fun, happiness.” a way to show you’re glad to be a part of your school.” 



Sharon Mulkern. 


BOY’S SWIMMING 



VARSITY SCORES, 1974 SEASON 


9 WINS, 6 LOSSES 

Fermi . . 78 Watertown . 96 

Fermi 112 Windsor Locks . ... 56 

Fermi 97 Gilbert 75 

Fermi 78 Penney 96 

Fermi 83 Hartford Public 89 

Fermi 77 Glastonbury 90 

Fermi . 90 East Hartford 82 

Fermi .97 Windham 75 

Fermi 97 Manchester 75 

Fermi Conard . . . .^v ... 91 
Fermi 90 Wethersfield 82 

Fermi . 110 Enfield 67 

Fermi 1 13 Xavier . . . ... 62 

Fermi 98 Middletown . 76 

Fermi 82 Norwich 90 


Placed Second in the Northern 
Division Championships 




BOY’S SWIM TEAM — First Row: Steve Landry, Mel Feltault, Mike Scavotto, Joe Traczynski (Captain), Bob Block (Captain), Jim Gavin (Captain), 
Ron Painchaud, Jerry Bernard, Bill Price, Rich Stewart. Second Row: Rich Pianka, Joe Vossen, Tom Alexander, Jay Beigel, Jim Ottman, Mark Stears, 
Mike Dugan, Paul Traczynski, Dan Kara, Tom Frigon, Joe Annis. Third Row: John Chonka, Dave Boyajian, Mike Slattery, Mike Healey, Steve Korb, 
Mike Craddy, Dave Burn, Ernest Torres, Clark Gable. Fourth Row: Kathy Duren (Manager), Coach Lengyel, Karen Lucey (Manager). 


Senior Tri-Captains Bob Block, Joe Traczynski, and Jim Gavin did an excellent job in leading 
the “Falfins” to a hard earned 9 wins and 6 loses record. Bob Block leaves Fermi as the school 
record holder in the 50, 100, 200, 400, and 500 Yard Freestyle Relay. Jim Gavin leaves school 
and pool records in one meter diving which should stay on the record books for many years. 

Highlights of the season were second place in the Northern Division Independent Schools 
Swimming Championships; and Jim Gavin’s Fine second place finish at the State “LL” Champi- 
onships at Southern Connecticut State College. 

— Coach Lengyel - 


120 




I 



Bob Block (Captain) 



A1 Walton 



Bill Price 





Rich Stewart 


Ron Painchaud 


Steve Landry 


Mel Feltault 


Jerry Bernard 





















Put it here, Jim. 


I think I’ll take a nap. 


Here I go again. 


Holy mackerel! 


C’mon move it! 


I thought the coach said this was the easy 
stroke. 


Maybe I’ll win. 





The 1973-74 basketball season witnessed the departure of 
six seniors, the arrival of some promising new faces and a 
new coach. Co-captains Diane Derose and Donna Teske 
concluded their third year of varsity participation and were 
instrumental in establishing an atmosphere of pride, unity, 
and respect that survived a long season and the disappoint- 
ment of not qualifying for Connecticut’s first state tourna- 
ment for girls’ basketball. 

The girls’ respectable 7-7 record was one percentage 
point under the 51% cutoff to be eligible for post-season 
play. There was no lag, however, in the team’s spirit or de- 
termination as hopes of making the tournament were kept 
alive up to the very last game which the girls narrowly lost 
to Penney 27-32. The team’s schedule included some very 


tough competition as 3 of the 7 schools played finished the 
year ranked within the top 15 Class L teams in the state. 

Being a member of a successful team entails a great deal 
more than simply acquiring skills and being in condition. It 
necessitates strict self-discipline, an intimate rapport 
amongst the teammates founded on principles of respect 
and understanding, maintaining a deep sense of pride in 
your efforts, and the ability to share joy with teammates. 

It was in these aspects of team-membership that this 
team excelled to surpass their tangible success-rating of 
50%. Because of their willingness to address themselves to 
the task of try ing to master all facets of a “basketball sea- 
son” they emerged better people from the experience, as 
well as better athletes. 


GIRLS’ BASKETBALL 



Left to Right: Diane Suleski, Rosemary Bellantuano, Sharon LaBrecque. Debbie Nelson, Donna Teske (Co-Captain), Sheila 
Lee, Heather Sauve, Sharon Benoit, Lori Jensen, Debbie Bourque, Gayle Hutchinson. Diane Derose, (Co-Captain), Bea Pieper. 
Debbie Douville, Lynne Delay, Diane Teske, Betsy Hall (Manager), Debbie Agro (Manager), Coach Carol Albert. 



SENIORS : First Row — Lejt to Right: Donna Teske, Diane Co-Captain Donna Teske, Coach Carol Albert, Co-Cap- 

Derose; Second Row: Bea Pieper, Sharon LaBrecque. Sheila tain Diane Derose. 

Lee, Sharon Benoit. 


After that ball! 





Pardon me 


“Hands off!” 


Ready, aim 



A moment of relaxation. 



„> 


And they’re off! 


124 








“Where is the ball? 


“Oh no!” 







“umph!” 


RECORD 


Fermi 

. . 57 

Bloomfield 

36 

Fermi 

. . 55 

O.I. A 

28 

Fermi 

. 51 

East Hartford 

...21 

Fermi 

41 

Enfield 

.54 

Fermi 

. 44 

Hall 

38 

Fermi 

31 

Hall 

42 

Fermi 

. 49 

South Windsor 

. 25 

Fermi 

.32 

Penney 

39 

Fermi 

. 40 

Enfield 

50 

Fermi 

.26 

Conard 

. 48 

Fermi 

. 27 

Conard 

42 

Fermi 

. 51 

Bloomfield 

41 

Fermi 

49 

East Hartford 

29 

Fermi 

27 

Penney 

. . . 32 




Stretch! 


“Oh no you don’t” 


125 


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ICE HOCKEY 



ICE HOCKEY TEAM Kneeling First Row Left to Right: Danny Sharon, John Bailey. Joe Cannella, Tom Ledger, Jim Duffy, Tom Mis- 
iewicz, Jerry Flanagan, Rick Lamagna, Mark Angelica. Second Row: Rick Trudeau (Tri-Captain), Coach Ed Mantenuto, John Pare, Rene 
Golden, Corey Fisher (Tri-Captain), Dave Arel (Tri-Captain), Dean Buczkowski, Gary Cummings, Bob Desjardin, Robert Reid, Steve Cie- 
sones, Dave Jensen, Bill Rooney, Andy Molloy (Trainer). MISSING FROM PICTURE: Dave LaGrow, Mike Cizeski (Manager), Paul 
Raymond (Assistant Coach). 


VARSITY SCORES 1974 SEASON 
11 WINS -9 LOSSES 


Fermi 3 Wethersfield 4 

Fermi 5 Windsor . 7 

Fermi 5 Wethersfield 4 

Fermi .13 Enfield 0 

Fermi 3 Conard . . . fck. . .4 

Fermi . 2 South Windsor I 

Fermi 3 Rockville 2 

Fermi 6 Maloney . 2 

Fermi 5 Suffield I ... 2 

Fermi 1 Windsor 5 

Fermi 3 Conard . . 2 

Fermi 0 Simsbury . . 6 

Fermi 3 Simsbury . 7 

Fermi 2 Hall 4 

Fermi .4 Hall . . . . ^1 . . 1 

Fermi 1 South Windsor 2 

Fermi 7 Maloney . 1 

Fermi . 2 Suffield Academy 1 

Fermi 2 Suffield 3 

Fermi 6 Enfield . ... 3 


The story of Fermi High School’s 
first ice hockey team is a story of 
endless hardships and setbacks. A 
“home” rink which was actually 
miles from home and a painful scarc- 
ity of practice dates were prime fac- 
tors in limiting the success of the 
team. And yet, if anything, the story 
of this team is a success story. 
Despite the poor conditions, the 
team compiled a fine 11-9 record 
against some of the state’s Finest 
hockey teams, only to be “reward- 
ed” by another setback. Technicali- 
ties in their schedule denied the team 
a berth in post-season tournament 
play; a berth which no team could 
have deserved more. 

It was the rapport established by 
youthful Coach Ed Mantenuto with 
the diverse personalities of his team 
which enabled him to demand and 
get the best his players had to offer. 
Falcon hockey contests were typified 
by vicious checking and all out hus- 
tle; a style of which Rick Trudeau 
was the epitome. 

The high points of the season will 
long be remembered - wins over 
powerhouses Suffield Academy, 
Conard, South Windsor, and an 
unprecedented dominance over arch- 
rival, Enfield. 






DAVE LaGROW 

Right Wing 


DANNY SHARON 

Goalie 


BILL ROONEY 

Right Defense 


DAVE AREL 
TRI-CAPTAIN 
Center 


JOHN BAILEY 

Right Wing 


TOM MISIEWICZ 

Left Wing 


COREY FISHER 
TRI-CAPTAIN 
Left Wing 


RICK TRUDEAU 
TRI-CAPTAIN 
Left Defense 








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WRESTLING TEAM 



WRESTLING TEAM First Row: Tony Giovanetti, Scott Ottman. Vance Sawamura. Greg Boyagian, Don Gonzolez, Paul Pare, Mark Les- 
sard. Bob Streeter. Second Row: Rich Marks, Doug O'Connell, Earl Fissette, Rich Scussel, Paul Faille, Floyd Jarvis, Bob Kahn, George Mari- 
nelli. Coach Stuart Geffner. Missing From Picture: Bob Stauble, Steve Sibley. 



“Am I next Coach?” 


“I just hope and pray we win this one.” 


“What’s the matter boy?” 













Tony Giovanetti 


George Marinelli 


Steve Sibley 


“‘Tell me, what’s the secret?” 


Coach Stuart Geffner. 


“On your mark, get set, GO!” 


“Can I have a piggy back ride?” 

Ode to a Wrestler 

The Fermi matmen sometimes only numbered ten. 

Even while they practiced in their gym den. 

If only their coach had been quiet. 

They might even have forgotten their diet. 

But what can one say about a record of two and eleven. 

Our coach says it’s better than zero and seven. 

Oh yes, our coach, what a nice guy. 

Even if he showed up looking like he was ready to die. 

Who could blame him for looking numb, 

All he shouted at matches was, “Don’t look back, you bum.” 

Then there were good times with Stauble and Sib. 

However hard we tried, they found no candidates from women's lib. 
Well the team’s very glad that they are all eating. 

They know well there will be no more beating. 

A nd as our space closes out, we must say good-bye, 1 29 

Just remember your wrestler is and was a friendly guy. 


Bob Kahn 


Bob Stauble 





1974 BASKETBALL TEAM — First Row — Mike Drennan, Ken 
Morris, Jim Sheehan, Dave Laraway, and Mark Cunningham. Second 
Row — Coach David Shea, John Koperniak, Doug Quarterman, Jim 
Lemeris, Eldon Wallen, Keith Patenaude, and Coach Thomas Snipe. 


This year’s squad showed a marked improvement over 
past seasons. The hard work and determination on the 
part of each boy was evident in every game they played. 
With the fine play and teamwork of our seniors, combined 
with the sharp shooting talents of our juniors, our squad 
fashioned an eight and twelve season. Fermi fans and fol- 
lowers all have a lot to be proud of and can look forward 
to an even better season next year. 



BOYS’ BASKETBALL 


VARSITY SCORES, 1974 SEASON 
8 WINS, 12 LOSSES 


Fermi 

. . 65 

East Windsor 

. 75 

Fermi 

. 69 

Windsor 

. 79 

Fermi 

82 

Prince Tech 

. 81 

Fermi . 

. 45 

East Hartford 

58 

Fermi 

81 

Stafford 

. 70 

Fermi 

^•“TT 

Tolland 

. 83 

Fermi ^<7. 

51 

Windsor 

. 61 

Fermi . . . . 

72 

Enfield 

91 

Fermi 

97 

Suffield 

80 

Fermi 

67 

Windsor Locks 

. 74 

Fermi 

70 

Goodwin Tech 

. 66 

Fermi . . 

64 

Pulaski 

. 66 

Fermi 

80 

Stafford 

. 56 

Fermi . . . 

82 

Montville . . . 

85 

Fermi ... 

53 

Pulaski 

. 80 

Fermi 

^^88 

Montville 

. 75 

Fermi 

69 

Goodwin Tech 

. 55 

Fermi 

55 

East Hartford 

. 75 

Fermi 

77 

Prince Tech 

. 75 

Fermi 

53 

Enfield 

69 




Coach David Shea and his Captains, Dave Laraway and Mark 
Cunningham. 



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“Swish!” 


“Take your place on the dotted line!” 





Senior Mark Cunningham 



Senior Doug Quarterman 


Senior John Koperniak 




Senior Eldon Wallen 


THE BEST 
YET! 



“I’m flying!” 



Stretching for the tap. 


Our fast break! 


131 




Tonight’s Falcon line up 


Looking for the shot. 


Making it look easy! 


Break! 


A tense moment. 


Sheehan’s jump shot. 




1974 J.V BASKETBALL TEAM — Left to Right — Bill Slattery, John Mayo, 
Scott Boucher, Jeff Starr, Jim Lemeris, Coach Thomas Snipe, Keith Patenaude, 
Chuck Puleri, Mike Drennan, Ken Morris, and Mgr. Mike Scavotto. Missing Front 
Picture: Bob Francour. 


Bob Francour lays it in. 



John Mayo looking toward help. 



Captains of the Bench! 


C oach Thomas 
Snipe, Our Man 
Snipe! 



JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES, 1974 SEASON 
15 WINS, 4 LOSSES 


Fermi 

.68 

East Windsor 

. . . 75 

Fermi 

39 

Windsor 

41 

Fermi 

... 59 

Prince Tech 

.63 

Fermi 

... 75 

East Hartford 

. 64 

Fermi 

.86 

Stafford 

. 26 

Fermi 

. . . 64 

Tolland 

41 

Fermi 

. 54 

Windsor 

48 

Fermi 

.59 

Enfield 

. 54 

Fermi 

.59 

Suffield 

45 

Fermi 

... 78 

Windsor Locks . . 

.44 

Fermi 

.66 

Goodwin Tech 

.38 

Fermi 

.61 

Pulaski 

. . . 52 

Fermi 

... 76 

Stafford 

. . . 27 

Fermi , 

.66 

Montville 

80 

Fermi . . 

... 58 

Pulaski 

53 

Fermi . 

... 68 

Montville 

. 49 

Fermi 

... 53 

East Hartford 

. . . 51 

Fermi . 

... 58 

Prince Tech 

. . . 82 

Fermi 

... 62 

Enfield 

. 45 





Up, up, and AWAY “Just a few more inches.” 



Enrico Fermi High School we’re for you. 

We proudly show your colors black, white and 
blue. 

Spirit high, we’ll always do our best 
With an F - E - R - M - 1 for you. 

The fighting falcons out for victory 

The score goes up, let’s cheer, yes, we will 
always be 

Fighting, winning, to achieve our goal 
Stand and give a yell for victory! 




“Now that we got into this we should be able 
to get out.” 



“Here’s a little strategy for 
your game, Coach.” 




“1 want you out of there this 
instant!” 


Determination Plus! 



Let Lengyl put you in the driv- Tap for BLUE, 

er’s seat! 


A new addition to the cheerleading 
squad?!?!! 


“Where did it go?” 



"You mean to tell me he’s been under 
the water for 10 minutes and he still 
hasn’t come up for a breath?” 



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Whose happy faces spur us on 


Whose sad faces make us try harder 


And, whose loyalty brings 
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STU DENTED VISORY BOARD: Sealed — Left 
to Right: Sharon Mulkern, Jean Cammilleri, Bonnie 
Redderoth; Standing: Lori Binnenkade, Kate Ku- 
kulka, Kathy Michaels, Kathy Kelly. 

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: From Bottom: 
Mike Jones (President), Nancy Buiniskas (Secre- 
tary), Debbie Niner (Treasurer), Maureen Mc- 
Keown (Director of Activities), Carol Hayden 
(Historian). 


SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Left to Right: 
Linda Kurkul (Director of Activities), Peggy Maher 
(Treasurer), Rich Steinert (Vice President), JoAnne 
Dickinson (President), Debbie Duren (Secretary), 
Russ Jackson (Historian). 




FOLK CLUB: Sealed Left to Right: Caroline Marek, Bette Zavat- 
sky; Standing: Joe Guidone, Mike Garen, Mark Parlapiano. 






AUDIO VISUAL: Seated Lejt ru Right Stanles Kozikowski 
(Secretary). Paul Gongola (President), Andrew Baker (Vice Presi- 
dent); Standing Jerry Bernard Jr.. Mr Robbins (Advisor). 



. 


“AS SCHOOLS MATCH WITS”: Seated Left to Right : Cliff Wil- 
son, Betty Jenkins, Joe Drennan. Standing Mrs. Hines (Advisor), Mark 
Davis (Captain), Tom Misiewdcz (Alternate). Mr. Creedon (Advisor). 


BOWLING CLUB: First Row Left to Right Colleen Peters: 
Second Row: Karen Phillips, Sharon Scott: Third Row Lil Devin. 
Linda Patenaude (Secretary), Monica Kakluskus; Fourth Row Jay 
White, George J. Marinelli Jr. Missing From Picture: Clint Wil- 
liams (President). 




PROJECT TEACH: First Row Left to Right: Jim Magee, Pat Casey, Tom Cremona, Bill Giuliano, Joe Rinaldi, Chris Wachowiak, Paul 
Traczynski; Second Row Kathy Houde, Debbie Lavaway, Debi Carson, Debbie Bjorndahl, Betsy Hall, Maureen McKeown, Donna Burn, 
Sheryl Gangwere, Julie Sokol, Mr. Mercik (Advisor); Third Row: Joyce Janezic, Betty Slanetz, Sharon Caldwell, Donna-Rae Hargraves, 
Mary Baba, Holly Scarr, Linda Anderson. Barbara Cram, Judy Flinkman, Despina Zovas, Robin Orton, Lauretta Loubier, Holly Marcoux, 
Nancy Cherry, Jean Cammilleri, Chris Misiewicz; Fourth Row: Pete Mancuso, Mark Lamana, Ernest Wilson, Chris Myers, Pat Droney, 
Linda Moore, Janice Dubois, Kim Fenton, Claire Cyr. Missing Front Picture: Sue Fabyrycki, Robin Reese, Bob Dojka, Debbie Frost, Diane 
Shaughnessy, Sue Karamberis, Lee Zaccaro. 


INTERNATIONAL CLUB: First Row — Left to Right: Karen D’Amato, Mark Lamana, Annette Levesque, John Schultess, Myriam 
Camargo (Brazil); Second Row: Joyce Parlapiano, Carol Kazukynas, Sue Halgas (Secretary), Debi Carson (Treasurer), Joanne Daley (Presi- 
dent), Clair Bouchard, Pat FitzGibbon, Jill Luczai, Sharon Mulkern, Leslie Chappell; Third Row: Kathy Houde, Michelle Kazay, Claire Cyr, 
Lori Jensen, Alan Walton, Ernest Wilson, Mrs. Ingrid Young (Advisor), Bob Dojka, Sandy Angelica, Marjorie Robinson, Karen Christie, 
Mary Ellen McCue. Missing Front Picture: Joyce Janezic, Diane Shaunessey, Ernest Torres (Mexico), Robert Villagomez (Ecuador), Janet 
Diorio, Cindy Hooper. Maggie Keen, Mark Parlapiano, Betty Slanetz, Heather Sauve. 


ENRICO FERMI NETWORK: Sitting Left 
to Right: Berta Chaloux, Rik Huggard (techni- 
cal director), Carol Hayden, Dave Reynolds; 
Standing: Eileen O'Connor, Dawn Percoski, 
Steve Melancon, Mike Nadeau (program direc- 
tor), Kenny Mayo, Lynn Damon, Deborah 
Kinney. 




PLANETARIUM AIDES: Seated Left to 
Right: Eric Giuliano, Mr. Yankee (Advisor), Ken 
Gatto; Second Row: Jim Magee, Bill Giuliano. 
Holly Marcoux; Third Row: Karin Smilgys, Pat 
Droney, George Sawn; Fourth Row: Randy Lev- 
esque (President), Libby Moore, Chris Myers. 
Missing From Picture: Greg Marks, Rose 
Marie Bellantuono. 


WOMEN S ACTION CORPS: First 

I Row — Left to right: Carol Micciulla, 
Darlene McGuire, Donna Hanscomb, Sue 
Karamberis, Barbara Cram; Second Row: 
Miss Wilson, Jaime Boudreau, Tammy 
Lafontaine, Dotty Burwood, Karin Smil- 
gys, Lori Madigan, Mrs. Bertrand. 
Missing From Picture: Carol Kantor, 
Donna Jarvis, Lisa Anderson. 



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DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB: First Row Left to Right: Mrs. Mayo (Advisor), Joanne Daley (Historian), Rorie Bosco (Trea- 
surer), Carol Dickinson (President), Mark Stears (Vice President), Lynn Lombardo, Dolores Bosco; Second Row: Holly Marcoux, Barbara 
Loos, Karen Colagiovanni, Gail Soucie, Gregg Cartier. Allyson Hemphill, Craig McKiernan, Carol Saydlowski, Lynn Rancourt, Pat O'- 
Brien; Third Row: Cindy Kertenis, Christine Dauphinais, Anne Maxellon, Karin Smilgys, Tracey Barrett, Debbie LeBlanc, Kathy Morrone, 
Kathy Hadlow, Audrey Sheak, John Cepiel, Katie Malloy. 



FBLA: First Row Left to Right Mary Smalley, Mary Arcouette, Jackie Triolo, Debbie Akers, Jamie Triolo, Mary Traynor, Doreen Luc- 
zai, Kathy McCusker; Second Row Mr. Pessolano, Miss Russo, Mrs. Lecrenski, Brian Hallenbeck (Publicity Manager), Nanci Courville 
(Photographer). Marilyn Robbins (Treasurer), Jeannean Casarella (Secretary), Sue Carr (Vice President), Becky Johnson (President), Linda 
Misterka, Cathy Carlson, Tracey Sullivan; Third Row: Charlene Good, Donna Dion, Lori Maylott, Karin Smilgys, Trudy Morrison, Sue 
Archetti, Lisa Waleryszak, Claire Cyr, Rosanne Routhier, Jaime Boudreau, Lynn Saso. Cindy Girard, Michele Schmidt; Fourth Row: Gail 
Soucie, Deborah Kinney, Pauline Christian. Kathy Morrone, Sue Fiore, Claire Giguere. Sue Armentano. Debbie Meek, Pam Anderson, Den- 
ise Maziarz. Debbie Dubuque, Barbara Loos; Fifth Row: Alice Warmouth, Clark Gable, JohnCepiel, Paul Montminy, Tony Cobb, Joe Trac- 
zynski. Bill Royce, Ron Painchaud, Fran Burke, Mike Dugan, Sue Beyer, Bonnie Sloane. 





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POOP SQUAD: First Row Left to Right Brian Hal- 
lenbeck. Ken Rogerson, Steve Sibley; Second Row 
Vance Sawamura. Rich Skizewski. Jerry Lepore, Glenn 
Marinelli. 


LITERARY MAGAZINE: Seated Left to Right: Diane 
Moores, Karen Niner, Diane Smith; Standing: Regina 
Mon, Betsy Hall, Gaby Trapp, Brenda Coffey, Laurie 
Burke. Missing From Picture: Chris Faille. 




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AMATEUR RADIO CLUB: First Row Left to 
Right: Richard Fedo, Dave Johnson (WA1QHB); Sec- 
ond Row Michael Shea, Gary Buczkowski. Rick Pian- 
ka, Fred Caswell (WA1QZC), Gary Eisenman 
(WNIROH). Missing From Picture Paul Faille 
(WNIRND). 


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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: First Row — Left to Right: Gus Jasminski, Paul Richard, Brian Hallenbeck, Tom Misiewicz (Vice Presi- 
dent), Tory Giovanetti John Tiroletto, Santa Angelica; Second Row: Barb Parsons, Sandy Evans, Mary Baba, Kim Kelliher (President), 
Joan Lemeris (Secretary-Treasurer), Sue Cote, Betty Jenkins, Terri Fleck, Anne Baril, Diane Derose; Third Row: Debbie Chichester, Nancy 
Caswell, Karen Zebrowski, Debbie Roberts, Debi Hanscomb, Lisa Abohatab, Karen Frost, Debbie Bjorndahl, Amy Buczacki; Fourth Row: 
Debbie Stone, Bob Stauble, Bill Field, Bob Dojka, David Reynolds, William A. Royce, Mark Davis. Missing From Picture: Linda Smyth. 
Smyth. 


SKI CLUB: First Row Left to Right Gus Jasminski (Vice President), Chris Holmes (President); Second Row: Linda Kendrix, Alison 
Hemphill. Debbie Scanlon. Sue Halgas, Barbra Polak, Kelli Willis, Nancy Potkai, Laurie Olsen, Diane Ostheimer, Scott Sauve. Mike Shea, 
Dave LaGrow, Pat Casey; Third Row Carol Saydlowski, Mike Callahan, George Porrier, Nancy Buniskas, Janice Golec, Sue Classen, Sue 
Mulkern, Debbie Chichester, Lori Mason, Kathy Silver, Diane DeGray, Jackie Grippo, Mike Ferguson, Karen Banis, Steve Metevier, Bob 
Benoit, Kevin Ferguson, Mr. Gary Fairwood (Advisor), Mr Paul Bisesti (Advisor), Cindy Brown (Secretary); Fourth Row: Sharon LaBreck, 
Donna Courchaine, Sharon Mulkern, Debbie Marek, Lisa Waleryszak, Bonnie Trickett, Joanne Lombardo, ,'rlene Pfeifer, Kathy Cardella, 
Richard Holmes; Fifth Row Kim Buckley, Jeff Starr, Jim Stewart, Duncan McClintock, Craig McKiernan, Greg Cartier, Chris Golec, Tony 
Leno, Jane Baumann. 





FUTURE NURSE’S CLUB: First Row — Left to Right: Betty Jenkins (Vice President), Mrs. Wilcox (Advisor), Maureen McKeown (Presi- 
dent), Lori Mason (Secretary-Treasurer); Second Row: Donna Hanscomb, Karen Potter, Carol Madore, Sharon Mulkern (Hidden), Cindy 
Debonis; Third Row: Eileen Quinn, Kathy Silver, Ellen Boudreau, Linda Kurkul, Amy Buczacki, Nancy Buiniskas, Nancy Potkai. Missing 
From Picture — Susan Pomerleau, Debby Lundquist. 



FERMI '76: Seated — Left to Right: Maryann Basile, Kathy Kelly, Russ Jackson, Nancy Marquis; Second Row: Mary Beth White. Lori 
Binninkade, Jane Ostrander, Laurie Olson; Third Row: Mark Nadeau (Program Director), Carla Fleck, Laurie Devin, Mike Haertel, Kathy 
King, Marilyn Basile. 


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SPECIAL AWARDS 



Dorothy DesJardin — Betty Crocker 
Award 


Brian Hallenbeck — Knights of Columbus 
Scholar-Athlete Award 


Sue Cote — Women Deans and Counselors 
Award 



Joe Drennan — Congressional Intern 


Betty Jenkins — DA R Award 


Bill Royce — Yale Club of Hartford Book 
Award and FBLA state president 



Betty Jenkins and Janet Cannone — Girls’ State Representatives. 



Tony Giovanetti and Joe Trazcynski — Boys’ State 
Representatives. 






Silling: Diane Levy, Julie Dugan, Sue Cote, Kim Buckley, Eileen Dugan, Cindi Bartis; Second Row: Rich Steinert, Chris Albert, Ellie Fusco, 
Princess Ringland, Patty Fitzgibbon, Kim Commo, Crystal Ringland, Judy Buerk, Mr. Joseph Giangrasso; Third Row: Dawn Arseneault, 
Valerie Fuchs, Sue Bouchard, Linda Rabideau, Terry DesRosiers, Linda Patenaude, Lillian Devin, Cheryl Cote, Sue Pomerleau, Carolyn 
Mueller; Fourth Row: Diane Langill, Karen Libby, Antoinette Drummond, Dennis Peters, Cheryl Bernard, Linda Flanagan, Lynn Damon, 
Lisa Abohatab, Dorothy Sowuleski. Bonnie Redderoth; Fifth Row: Larry Fournier, Ralph Martin, Russ Jackson, Jerry Bernard, Rick Scus- 
sei. Bob Jones, Monica Satchell, Lesley Pryski, Kim Rivest, Gail Sands; Missing From Picture: Ann Alden, Nancy DesRosiers, Sharon 
Monts, Carol Rozalski, Liz Tourville, Joyce Parlipiano, Ron Tweedie, Victoria Cripe, Dawn Griffin, Cathy Carlson, Donna Grady. 



From Row: Chris Albert, Ellie Fusco, Judy Buerk, Mr. Joseph Giangrasso; Second Row: Rich Steinert, Cindi Bartis, Valerie Fuchs, Sue 
Bouchard, Terry DesRosiers, Eileen Dugan; Third Row: Julie Dugan, Sue Cote, Cheryl Cote, Cheryl Bernard, Linda Flanagan. Kim 
Buckley, Lesley Pryski; Fourth Row: Larry Fournier, Ralph Martin, Russ Jackson, Jerry Bernard, Rick Scussel, Bob Jones, Diane Levy; 
Missing from Picture: Cindy Woodin, Victoria Cripe. 


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OFFICERS: Joseph Giangrasso — 
director, Kim Buckley — president, 
Eileen Dugan — secretary, Cindi 
Bartis — librarian. Sue Cote 
publicity manager, Julie Dugan 
treasurer, Diane Levy — assistant 
librarian. 





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INSTRUMENTAL 



CONCERT-MARCHING BAND: First Row — Left to Right: Ken Andrews, Mark Washburn, Crystal Ringland, Steve Landry, Malcolm Ray, 
Jeff Cooper; Second Row: Princess Ringland, Sue Stock, Debbie Black, Elaine Craddy, Kellie Gaylor, Alice Warmouth, Debbie Manning, Dave 
Boyajian, Sheryl Gracewski, Debbie Stelamt; Third Row: Sue Bouchard, Stana Kozlovich, Elaine Gentile, Debbie Duren, Mark Legault, Kathy 
Ruby, Joe Ricci, Vicki Thibodeau, Lori Anderson, Carey Rackliffe; Fourth Row: Walter Sweet, Arthur Edgar, Chris Walsh, Rich Sevarino, Paul 
Faille, Jeff Demetrion, Rich Johnson, Dave Wilber, Don Whiteway, Jr., Miriam Climan; Fifth Row: Paul Delgreco, Julie Flanagan, Ron Tarascio, 
Bob Steiger, Steve Wilcox, Tim Stelmat, Ron Reuter, Bob Dellarocco, Jim Williams, Terry DesRosiers, Terrie Callahan, William A. Royce. Missing 
From Picture: Chris Faille. 



JOE RICCI 


SUE BOUCHARD 


BILL ROYCE 


PRINCESS RINGLAND 



MUSIC 




OFFICERS: Kneeling — Left to Right: Miriam Climan (Soph- 
omore Representative), Sue Bouchard (Librarian), Terrie Cal- 
lahan (Assistant Librarian). Second Row: Debbie Stelmat 
(Band Manager), William Royce (President), Ken Andrews 
(Vice-President), Rich Sevarino (Treasurer), and Kathy Ruby 
(Secretary). 


STRING ENSEMBLE: Seated — Left to Right: Dave Dragone, Kathy 
Ruby, Princess Ringland; Second Row: Debbie Duren, Miriam Climan, Bob 
Jones, Russ Jackson, Rich Johnson, Bob Dellarocco. 



VICKI THIBODEAU 


ELAINE GENTILE 


CAREY RACKLIFFE 


KEN ANDREWS 





STAGE BAND: First Row — Left to Right: Princess Ringland, Mark Legault, Joe Ricci, Kathy Ruby, Miriam Climan; Second Row: Bob 
Dellarocco, Malcolm Ray, Ken Andrews, Mark Washburn, Jeff Cooper, Steve Wilcox; Third Row: Paul Delgreco, Chris Walsh, Rich Sevari- 
no, Don Whiteway, Rich Johnson, Dave Wilber, Jeff Demetrion. 






COLOR GUARD 


Kneeling: Linda Rabideau, Diane Levy, Denise 
Deauville, Anne-Marie Bourque, Diane Hender- 
son; Standing: Kim Buckley, Donna Cote, 
Charles Strider, Valerie Fuchs, Sue Bellefleur. 


SENIORS: Donna Cote, Kim Buckley — captain. Sue Bellefleur. 






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MAJORETTES 



DIANE LANGILL 
Senior 



DEBBIE BJORNDAHL 
Captain 


DEBBIE DUBUQUE 
Senior 



NANCY BRASSARD 
Senior 


“Pssst left foot or right foot?” 


CINDI BARTIS 
Senior 





152 


(Front to Back): Cindi Bartis, Eileen O’Connor, Nancy Brassard, Barb Harding, Diane Langill, Debbie Dubuque, Barb Loos, 
Debbie Bjorndahl. 




I’VE GOT RHYTHM 



“Let’s get 'em Band!” 


“All together now, 1-2-3.” 




“Loosen up, Donna, we all know 
you're the class angel!” 



A simple version of Happy Birthday. 




Majorettes demonstrating their great 
twirling technique. 


“I gotta be nuts having this job!" 




“Nice doggie”. 











Kathy Ruby displaying her talents. 


“Next stop, the Rockettes!” 


“Don’t you dare!” 





“Play it again, Sam.” 


“Hit it, baby!” 




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LAMPLIGHTERS’ PRODUCTION OF 




Mark Davis and Maureen McKeown. 


Dave Melancon and advisor Mr. Gross, a man who transforms the 
Lampliter motto of “Think big, work hard and have a dream” into 
reality. 




‘ ‘5 UN RISE AT C A MPOBELLO ’ ’ 



LAMPLIGHTERS: Seated — Left to Right: Terry DesRosiers, Laurie Pomeroy, Darleen Agayoff, Lisa Abohatab, Janice Middlaer, Bette 
Derose, Donna Jarvis, Gail Ivanoff, Crystal Ringland, Regina Mon, Lisa Anderson, Nancy DesRosiers, Carol Wilcox, Janet Diorio, Kim 
Buckley; Kneeling: Mike Mule, Rex Gordon, Pat Droney, Mark Davis, Bob Jones, Don Whiteway, Jim Magee, Dave Melancon; Standing: 
Sue Stock, Annette Deragon, Karen D'Amato, Chris Misiewicz, Maureen McKeown (Vice President), Bill Royce (President), Mr. Creedon 
(Advisor), Mr. Gross (Advisor), Kenny Andrews (Secretary-Treasurer), Sue Cote (Historian), Pat Fitzgibbon, Donna Cote, Cathy Thomas, 
Debbie Bradley. 



Terry DesRosiers as the woman be- Steve Melancon. 

hind the man in the role of Eleanor 

Roosevelt. 


OFFICERS: First Row — Left to Right: 
Maureen McKeown (Vice President), Sue Cote 
(Historian), Second Row: Bill Royce (President), 
Ken Andrews (Secretary-Treasurer). 


Mark Davis, with Karen D'Amato as Sis. 


Mr. Creedon, advisor, and Dave Melancon. 








TRACES STAFF 1974 


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To have a present or future 
there must first be a past; one 
filled with the memories of our 
friends, acquaintances and experi- 
ences. As a result of a truly dedi- 
cated and hardworking staff, we 
believe that a meaningful and rep- 
resentative past has been success- 
fully constructed in our 1974 
Traces. 

We hope you will gain from 
these remembrances and grow 
with them as we have. 

Thank-you, 

The Yearbook Staff 



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’74 YEARBOOK STAFF — Kneeling: Mark Washburn (Photographer), Rod Duff (Photographer), Paul Ciriello, Charlie Breslin (Asst. 

Sports Ed.) and Bob Kahn (Business Man.). Sitting: Sue Cote (Sports Ed.), Janet Cannone (Lay-Out Ed.), Betty Jenkins (Editor), Eileen Gal- 
ligan (Co-Editor), Karen Zebrowski (Sen. Sec. Ed.) and Kathy Cardella (Art Ed.). Standing: Lorie LaScala (Sec.), Joanne Liro, Emily Men- 
ard, Diane Derose, Terri Fleck (Activities & Candids Co-Ed.), Sue Classen (Asst. Fac. Ed.), Debbie Bjorndahl (Fac. Ed.), Gail DiMaria, Anne 
Baril (Activities & Candids Co-Ed.), Kim Buckley (Literary Ed.), and Miss Sullivan (Advisor). Missing from picture: Miss Koplin (Asst. Ad- 
visor) and Debbie Lundquist. 






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Now since a smile can do 
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By cheering hearts of care, 
Let’s smile and smile and not 
forget 

That smiles go everywhere! 




“My boyfriend’s back and there’s gonna be trouble!” 



“Hey babe, ya wanna boogie?” 




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“Where’s da chicks, Man?” 


“I’m so embarrassed!” 










Greaser Rev, the slickest DJ in town! 


“Oh Bobby Baby!” 


“Hide the booze, Man!” 


Come on baby, let’s twist!” 


“Wanna dance?’ 


“Teen Angel” 


“Guess who won the jar of vaseline?” 


Hoppin’ and boppin’ to the Crocodile Rock. 


“Hi Mom!” 


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MOST ATHLETIC — Bea Pieper and Mark Cunningham 



BEST SMILES — Mary Lombardo and Gus Jasminski 



SHORTEST AND TALLEST — Michele 
Metta and Doug Quarterman 


MOST CLASS SPIRITED — Richie Estes 
and Betty Jenkins 


CLASS MATHEMATICIAN — Mark 
Davis. 



MOST BUSINESSLI KE — Becky Johnson and Bill Royce 


BEST ALL AROUND — Brian Hallenbeck and Sue Cote 








CLASS SCIENTIST — Mark Davis 


MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Royce and Betty Jenkins 


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CLASS ARTIST — Greg Stroman 


CLASS INDIVIDUALIST — Dave Melancon 


CLASS SWEETHEARTS — Bogdan Boczar and Phyllis Madore 





CLASS MATCHMAKER — Sandy 
Evans 


CLASS ACTOR — 


Bill Royce 


CLASS MUSICIAN — Ralph Martin 



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FRIENDLIEST — Sue Cote and Jim Madsen 


MOST ABSENTMINDED — Jim Provencher 






DEVIL AND ANGEL — Ralph Powers and Donna Cote 


CLASS BLUSHER — Marlene Wilson 



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BIGGEST APPETITE — Steve Sibley 


FLI RT AND CASANOVA — Kate Kukulka and Chris Holmes 





MOST CHEERFUL — Miss Sharon Sullivan MOST TALKATIVE — Miss Mary Mackley 



HANDSOMEST AND MOST 
ATTRACTIVE — Mr. William Barker 
and Mrs. Valerie Maier 


FACULTY CLOWN — Mr. James Reveruzzi 


MOST ABSENTMINDED — Mr. Peter 
Creedon and Mrs. Jane Docker 


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BEST DRESSED — Mr. Robert Kelleher 
and Mrs. Theresa Lecrenski 


FACULTY CHAUVINIST — Mr. Stuart 
Geffner 


DEVIL AND ANGEL — Mr. Stephen Ross and 
Miss Sadie Falbo 





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PATRONS 


Miss Sharon Sullivan 

Mr. Joseph Scherr 

Mario A. Gentile 

Chico 

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Fairwood 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Foley 

Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Hodrinsky 

Mr. & Mrs. William Scudieri 

Mr. Steven Olson 

Mr. Tom Snipe 

Mr. & Mrs. Gary S. Mayo 

Mr. Arthur Kevorkian 

Miss Judy Gajewski 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. Montagna 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Galligan 

Mrs. Janet Fox 

Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Michaud 

Rose Porcello 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Mercik 

Mr. Lawrence A. Wood 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Tokas 

Miss Andrea Russo 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Valias 

Miss Mary Falbo 

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Wilcox 

Mr. & Mrs. John S. Mariano 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Baril 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Pasco 

Mrs. Jane A. Docker 

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Kelleher 

Good Luck from the Magnificent 7 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cannone 

Mr. & Mrs. Roland Brassard 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Hilinski 

Mr. & Mrs. John Netkovick 

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Cokkinias 

Mr. & Mrs. James Reveruzzi 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Stewart 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Breslin 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Tento 

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Catamia 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bottaro 

Mr. & Mrs. John Bemoriei 

Future Nurses’ Club E.F.H.S. 

Girls’ Field Hockey Team 

Class of “75” Class Officers 

Dara & Kristin Baril 

Varsity Cheerleaders 

Anthony Scalic 

Majorettes 

D.E.C.A. 

“We don’t understand, Mr. Geffner” 

Mrs. Genevieve Murphy 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Pare 

Mr. & Mrs. Giovanni Derose 

Mr. & Mrs. Lester Kahn 

Mr. Cherry’s Advanced Chemistry Class 
says “live it up on graduation with 
C 2 H 5 OH" 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred B. Jenkins Jr. 

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Mr. Richard Gray 

Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Menard 

Mr. Ross’ Advanced Bio Class wishes luck 
to all the bananas who take this “Mickey- 
Mouse” course. 


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Compliments of 
Amos D. Bridge's Sons Inc. 

VINCENTS A PPA REL 
Enfield, Conn. 

Compliments oj Keller Oil Co. 

Enfield Street, Enfield, Conn. 

ENFIEL D PH A RMACY INC. 

233 Hazard Ave., Enfield, Conn. 

PIZZA PALACE INC. 

524 Enfield Street 
Compliments of 

RI VER VIEW DAIR Y & CHUCK WA GON 
167 Elm Street 

ARCOUETTE'S CHEVRON 
Auto Specialists 
559 Hazard Ave. 

Compliments of Steiger's 
Enfield Square 
Enfield, Conn. 

COUNTRY DRUG 
Elm Street, Enfield 
Good Luck, Seniors! 

F.B.L.A. 


MAREK JEWELERS 
Gijts of Distinction 
State Line Plaza, Enfield 
Mr. & Mrs. F.J . Fleck 
13 Wilstar Circle 
Congratulations, Class of '74 
Good Luck, Class of ’74 
in your goals. 

Yearbook Staff 
Good Luck, Seniors! 

PHE CENTRAL BANK FOR SA VINGS 
Enfield Square 

BEST WISHES TO THE 
GRADUA TING CLASS OF 1974 

McDonalds 



385 Enfield Street; 97 Elm Street 


Traces ’74 wishes to acknowledge - 
Mr. Jack Brown . . . patient, 
knowledgeable, publishing representative 
Mr. Walt Steinmetz . . . industrious 
photographer 

Faculty and Administration 
cooperative 

and understanding attitude 
and 

Miss Sullivan ; . . sincere and confident 
smiles 


183 


Soon It Will Be Over 


It’s al! gone too soon 

The smiles, tears, and games; 

Counting the days, hours, and minutes. 

Yet, I'm sad to say farewell 
Because, soon it will be over. 

Too many goodbyes, too many memories; 

All the hoarse throats and wrong notes; 

The sleepy away games and wonderful 
45 yard goals; 

The ticket sales, long plays, 
and longer parties . 

Soon it will be over. 

All the raised gym floors and ugly grapevines; 

The pulled muscles and sweaty gymsuits, 

The smiles from forgotten faces, 

Campaign posters, make-up tests, 
and unsuccessful labs; 

All the goofed-up announcements 
and over-due library books. 

Soon it will be over. 

All the “WE'RE FROM FERMI 

AND NO ONE COULD BE PROUDER!” cries. 

The walks through what you thought 

were empty halls, 

and then you'd see a housemaster . . . 
who would give you a generous smile 
and a warm hello. 

All the times you were lonely, 

and all the friends who came 

are now more than just acquaintances. 

Soon it will be over. 

I'll miss the Yablonski Cheers 
and other Polish revolutions. 

Not forgetting the quiet Monday mornings 

and taxing Friday tests 

and great lunchroom get-togethers. 

The days you would lean against a wall 
and watch the passers-by. 

Or stop in the S.S. lab or converse with 
friends by the library. 

And I'll miss the firedrills that saved a few working 
minutes of class . . . 

Soon it will be over. 


Remember the rut you got into by taking the same 
route every 

day to classes, and then one day you decide to 
change and see new 

faces and temporarily forgotten smiles? 

Soon it will be over. 

I'll miss the boring assemblies and most of all. 

The Senior Class. 

The wonderul friends I’ve made 

And the cherished memories they have given me. 

And the demanding teachers who were beautiful 

people 

after the bell rang 

the delays of the national anthem 

And the weary feet and wornout heads . . 

Too soon it will all be over. 

The football season! 

The spirit, the fights, the tempers — the victorious 
embraces and 

the losing pats on another’s back. 

I'll miss the black cheeks beneath helmets and the 
crying fans. 

And the basketball season! 

With the strange and tickling feeling you get in your 
throat when the clock is running fast and you 
know 

that the Falcons have it all. 

And happy Mr. Snipe and sad Mr. Shea, or visa- 
versa. 

I won't forget the dances and the proms 

Or the varied fund-raising solicitors who drove the 

faculty up a wall. 

Soon it will be over. 

But to think it is ending 

And we will all leave each other behind, 

Y et carry with us only those memories of yesterday. 

I an i going to miss it, 
a lot . and so will the rest of the class. 

The class of 1 974 . 

Because we were in it all 
. together.