Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)
- Class of 1948
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Published by the Students of
EUCLID CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
Dick Teske-Business Manager
David Fielding-Business Manager
Activities . . .
Sports . . .
Music . . .
As we, the class of "48." go our various
ways, we can always wander back to Euclid
Central in spirit, by opening this book ot
'AC-olden Memories." Within its pages are
recorded the many pleasant activities of the
year which is the threshold of a new lite for
all of us. May this book recall only happy
hours for everyone.
We dedicate this book, Opus '48, to Mr. Richard
Keay, one of the pioneer members of the faculty.
His quiet dignity, as well as his teaching ability,
makes him one of the most respected teachers in
Euclid Central. For twenty-five years he has de-
voted himself to the science classes of our school,
as they have devoted themselves to him. His
students will always remember his efforts to help
He works loyally with our athletic teams.
Whether we have winning teams or losing teams.
he backs them whole-heartedly, and with heart-
warming spirit and interest. His first day at Eu-
clid Central was really a lucky one for all its stu-
dents and faculty members.
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This yearbook is more than a pictorial
account of a school, its faculty, and its
student bodyg it is a real expression of
life in a democratic society, in Euclid
Central, which we have all learned to
love. My personal congratulations to the
staff and to the sponsor of this year's
"Opus" They can be justly proud of a
Clifford C. Owens
This yearbook is the interesting rec-
ord of an interesting high school class.
lt tells the story of happy friendships
that have been made through the years.
After all is said and done, the years we
spent in high school are the happiest of
our lives. Young people often do not dis-
cover this until the years of mature ex-
perience force this view upon them.
lt is my hope that your high school has
prepared you well for the years ahead.
You have learned to work, to play, and to
enjoy wholesome recreation. While you
have been busy with your studies, you
have had an opportunity to develop good
attitudes and a broad perspective in life.
Furthermore, you have had an opportuni-
ty to develop an abiding faith in your
country, in your homes and in your fel-
low associates. Cherish these above any
price, Do not let anyone despise your
youth, your vision or your faith in hu-
R. l-l, ERWINE
Dean of Boys
Mr. Robert Holloway became Dean
of Boys in September ot l947. Past
experiences have equipped him well
for this position. During his term ot
service to his country, he had a great
deal of experience with handling
men. This, along with his college edu-
cation, has well fitted him tor the job
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Dean of Giirlls
ln the fall of l947, Miss Clara
Chiara took over the position of Dean
ot Cirls. Since Miss Chiara had pre-
viously been a member ot the faculty.
she was already well acquainted with
the school routine, faculty, and many
ot the students. Under her guidance.
the girls are led along the road to bet-
BOARD OF HZDUCATIUN
The school board is a group of citizens elected by popular vote. This
board of Euclid citizens has charge of various appropriations tor maintenance
'for additions to the schools. And they al
system as a body. The members ot the Board of Education are: john
F. Davis, C. E. Bowman, Russell Class, Loren j. Bullard, Anton E. Strohm.
so control the actions of the school
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Rio Grande College, A. B., Ohio
State University, M. S.: BioIogY,
Science, Movie Club.
Muskingum College, B. S. in Ed..
University of Pittsburgh, lvl. E.C
Typing, Shorthand, Knitting Club.
Lite certificate in public school
music, Cincinnati Conservatory and
Baldwin-Wallace, Hi-Y, Madri-
gals, jr. C1 Sr. Choirs, Male Cho-
Ohio State University B. S. in Ed-.
ancl M. A., English, Social Studies,
Kent University. B, S. in Ed..
Western Reserve, M. A., Er1glISb.
Ir. Math, National Honor Society
Sponsor, Polka Club.
Otterbein, A. B., Western Reserve,
M, A., English, Am. Govt., His-
tory, Opus '48 Sponsor, Travel
Club, Golf Coach.
Kent State, B. S. in Ed., Ohio State
University, lvl. A., Arn. Govt., His-
tory, Economics, School Treasurer.
MORTON BURGI N
Bowling Green, B. S. in Ed., Eng-
lish, Drama, Speech, Director ot
lr. Class Play Drama Club.
North Central, B, A., Ohio State,
Nl. A. in Physical Education, Bas-
ketball Coach, Phys. Ed., Assistant
Football Coach, Intramural Direc-
Western Reserve, B. S. Certificate
in Personal Psychology from Uni-
versity ot Pennsylvania, Vocal Mu-
Ohio State University, B. A., M.
A., Drawing, Woodwork, Arts and
Flora Stone Mather of W. R. U.,
A. B., Latin, English, General Lari-
guage, Music Appreciation.
University of Akron, A. B., Ohio
State, M. A., History, 8th Grade
Core, Psychology, Echo Business
Sponsor, F. T. A.
Grinnell College, A. B., University
of Pittsburgh, M. of Ed.g Math.,
Science, Sr. Card Club, Athletic
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
and University of Cincinnati, B. S.
in P.S.M.g Western Reserve Uni-
versity, M.A.g Band, Orchestra.
MARY K. HAUSHEER
Miami University, B. S., Graduate
course at Ohio State, Horne Eco-
nomics, Y-Teen Friendship Club
Sponsor, Cheerleader Sponsor.
Ohio University, B. S. in Ed.: Sci-
ence, Mathematics P. A. Club,
Ohio State, B. S., Western Re-
serve, M. A.g Home Economics,
Club Coordinator, Chairman Activ-
ity Ticket Committee.
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EDWARD L. HOON
Western Reserve, B. S. and M. A.,
journalism, Echo Sponsor, Chair-
man of Core Dept., Sr. Play.
Miami University, A. B. Western
Reserve, M. A., Industrial Science,
Chemistry, Camera Club, Chair-
man Athletic Association.
Baldwin-Wallace, A. B., Ohio
State, M. A. in Education and
Phys, Ed.: Advanced Math, Phys-
ics, Card Club Student Council
Fenn College, B. S., Science,
Mathematics, Photography Club.
Western Reserve, M. A., B. A-I
Spanish, French Music Apprecia-
Bowling Green, B. S. in Ed., Uni-
versity of Mich, M. A. in Ed.I
7B English, Remedial English, Bus-
iness, Crafts 6 Games Club.
Kent State University, B. S. in Ed.,
Mathematics, First Aid Club.
DELMAR V. SMITH
Ohio Northern, A. B., Columbia
University, M. A., Co-op commer-
cial, Athletic Booster Club, lr.
Kent State University, B. S. in Ed.,
Western Reserve, M. A., Social
Studies, English, World Affairs.
Baldwin-Wallace, A. B., Western
Reserve, M. A., English, Book-
keeping, Sport and Games Club.
University of lll., A. B., University
of Penn., M. A.g Social Studies,
English, Ir. Y-Teen Club.
Wooster College B. A., Western
Reserve, M. A., World History.
Business Information, Girls' Travel
Ohio State University, B. S., Wood
Shop, Shop Math, Mechanical
Drawing, Craftsman Club.
Cleveland School of Art, B. S. in
Ed., Western Reserve M. A. in
Art., jr. High ln. Arts, Automotive
Ess., Sr. High Art, Arts and Crafts
Oberlin College B. A., PSySiCal
Education, Girls' Leaders, G. A. A.,
Northwestern, Illinois State Teach-
ers College, B. A., M. A.G lndl-'S'
trial Arts, Drivers' Club.
Miami University, B. S. in Ed.:
Mathematics, Science, lr. Needle
C. I. SWEET
Charity Hospital, Public Health
Certificate, Western Reserve Uni-
versity, School Nurse.
Cleveland Heights, Dyke Spen-
cerian College: School Secretary.
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Graduated from Euclid Central in
Western Reserve School of Educa-
tion, B,S.g Mathematics, Science,
Ohio University, B.S.g University
of Michigan, M.A.g Mathematics
lunior Varsity Club.
Western Reserve University, B.S.g
Ohio State University, B.S. in ln-
dustrial Artsg Stage Crew, Chess
and Checkers Club.
Muskingum College, A.B.g Mathe-
matics, Physical Education, Varsity
Club, Football Coach.
Akron University, B.A.g Latin,
General Language, lunior Y-Teen
Alma College, A.B.g Western Re-
serve, B.S. in Library School, Co-
lumbia University, M.A.g Super-
visor of Libraries.
Ohio University, B.S. and M.A.,
Director of Pupil Personnel.
Ohio State University, B.A.g West-
ern Reserve, B.S. in Library School,
Graduate School of Western Re-
serve, M.A.g School of Applied SO-
cial Science, MS, Home Econom-
FILM SUPPLY EXHAUSTED
CHARLES KOPSICK DONALD OESTERLE
Veteran of U. S. Marines Veteran of U. S. Army
Intramurals, Travel Club
Senior llfairewellll Poem
ln the days that soon will come,
Please always keep in mind
All the laughs and tears,
The friends you'll leave behind
Open locker doors filled with
Pictures ot the year,
Senior plays, basketball games,
Shouting and the cheers.
Days spent in the chem lab
Filling the place with smoke,
The way the girls looked after gym,
It really was no joke.
These memories will never fade,
Nor from your minds will dart
But, forever, will be laid
In a pocket of your heart.
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MR. D. V. SMITH
MRS. BETTY WEBER
MR. P. WINTERS
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WILLIAM . BARTOL
Camera Club, Travel Club.
ARTHUR D. BOSCO
Freshman Football and Basket-
ball, Reserve Basketball, Intra-
murals, Varsity Basketball, Var-
sity Baseball, City Champs, Var-
Sity Club, Travel Club, Hall
BARBARA A. BREW
Opus 47, Camera Club, Friend-
ship, World Affairs Club, Bas-
ketball, Volleyball, Baseball,
Badminton, Field Hockey, Intra-
murals A I I-S t a r Volleyball
Team, Senior Play, Echo Busi-
ness Staff, Arts and Crafts, Dis-
pensary Duty, Girls' League.
ANNE E. CHINCHAR
Camera Club, Arts and Crafts,
Polka Club, Friendship, Echo
Business Staff, Co-op, Choir.
ALBERT P. DELGADO
Choir, Hi-Y, Varsity Club, Hall
Guard, Athletic Association Rep-
resentative, Freshman Football
and Basketball, Varsity Foot-
ball, Letterman 3 years, Reserve
Basketball, Varsity Basketball,
Letterman 2 years, Varsity
Track Team Letterman.
ROBERT F. DROBNICK
Freshman Football and Basket-
ball, Varsity Football, Basketball
and Track, Hall Guard Captain,
President of Athletic Associa-
tion, Chess and Checkers Club,
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DALE O. GALER
Big Nite, Gala Nite, Choir, Mu-
sic Appreciation, Hall Guard,
Airplane Club, Hi-Y Chaplain,
FLORENCE A. GALER
Manager Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, Camera Club, Opus 7,
Friendship, Co-op, Secretary
World Affairs Club, Echo Busi-
ness Staff, Intramurals, Baseball,
Basketball, V o I I e y b a I I and
Hockey, Manager of Volleyball
Team All-Star Volleyball Game,
Second in Foul Shooting Con-
test, Office Work, Dispensary
ALVIN R. GOWER
Band, Orchestra, Choir, Solo and
Ensemble Contests, Band Con-
tests, Music Appreciation Club,
Varsity Club, Gymnastics Club,
Senior Class Play,Cross Country
Big Nite, Gala Nite junior Play,
Track, Hi-Y, Basketball and
Volleyball, Intramurals, Hi-Y
Chaplain, President junior B
Class, Track and Cross Country
Letter, Band Letter Award.
ROBERT G. HERENDEEN
Card Club, Camera Club, P. A.
Club Music Appreciation Club,
Solo and Ensemble Contests,
Big Nite, Gala Nite, Band, Pa-
trons' Concerts, Rhythmasters,
.1 iuANiTA M. i-iustoisi
'- I "B0bIzysoclfer"
' -Q' ' Opus, Knitting Club, Girls' Re-
-., , serve, Friendship, Typing Tillies,
J .f , I Choir, Polka Club, cms' Travel
, ": 1 ' - Club.
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it Fw Hi-Y, Gym.-asiac Club, V. P. for
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six months, Basketball, Intra-
murals, junior Hi Track, H all
VALERIA M. KALIN
junior Girl Reserves, Arts and
Crafts Club, Camera Club,
Choir, Hobby Show, Echo and
Opus Staff Polka Club. Hall
Guard, Friendship Club, Student
Athletic Association, Student
DIANA M. KLOPOVIC
Friendship Club. junior Girl Re-
serves, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, Hall Guard, Opus Staff 47,
Carnival. Arts and Crafts, Music
Appreciation, Camera Club CO-
DORIS I. KOLLMORGEN
P. A. Club, Opus Staff. Camera
Club, Music Appreciation. Arts
and Crafts, Friendship Club,
"What a Life," "Every Family
Has One," Choir, Echo Business
Staff, Secretary, Teacher'5 As-
sistant, Office Assistant.
Camera Club: Friendship Club:
ANTHONY M. MARTUCCI
Freshman Football, Track and
Baseball, Reserve Football and
Basketball, Varsity Football,
Track and Baseball, Intramurals
Basketball, Card Club, Chess
and Checkers Varsity Club,
Band, Rhythmasters, Hall Guard
jAMES j. MEGLAN
Football, 2 Letterman, Basket-
ball, Track, 3 Letterman, I-li-Y,
Social Committee, Chrm. Dec-
orating Committee for Hi-Y-
Friendship Formal, Movie Club,
Sec.-Treas. Student Council,
Varsity Club, Chess and Check-
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MILAN L. MIHELICH
Freshman Football and Basket-
ball, Reserves Basketball, Varsi-
TY Football and Track, Intra-
murals Basketball and Volley-
ball, Captain Hall Guards, Class
Treasurer, Varsity Club and
SHIRLEY L. MILLER
Prexy Girls' Reserves, Arts and
Crafts Club, V, P. and Treas.
Girls' Athletic Association, Stu-
dent Council, Service and Pro-
gram Chrm. Frindship Club,
Echo, Opus, Music Appreciation,
Prexy, Future Teachers of
America, Choir, Chrm. Hall
Guard Comm., National Honor
Society, Track Queen.
WILLIAM H. RAGBORG
Freshman Football and Basket-
ball, Reserves Football and Bas-
ketball, Varsity Football, Track
and Basketball Madrigals, Boys'
Quartett, Male Chorus, junior
Choir, Gala Nite, Big Nite, N.
H. S., Am. Leg. Essay Award.
Echo Staff, Capt, Hall Guards,
Repr. and Prexy Student Coun-
cil, Prexy and Treas. Hi-Y.
Treas. junior Prom Science
Club. Movie Club, Chess and
Checkers, Varsity Club.
jACK H. SAEFKOW
Class President, Football, Bas-
ketball, Track, Prom. Comm.
Hall Guard, Ref. for Morning
Intramurals. Varsity Club, Sec.
I-li-Y, P. A. Club Chess and
Checkers, Basketball Intramu-
rals. junior High Football and
VI jEAN SCHULTZ
Choir Arts and Crafts, Opera
Club, Opus 47 Staff, Echo Staff,
Choir Secretary, S. S. S. Club.
Opus Bus. Mgr., Hi-Y, P. A.
Club, Student Council Sec'y,
Choir, Madrigals, Boys' Chorus,
Senior Chess and CheckerS
Camera Club, International Re-
lations Club, Gymnastics Club.
Gala Nite, Big Nite, Soph0rT10f6
Band, Gymnastics Club, Hi-Y.
Gala Nite, Big Nite.
Track, Football, Student Coun-
cil Basketball Intramurals, Var-
sity Club, Gymnastics Club,
Opus 47 co-Editor, Opus '48
Advertising Mgr., P. A. Club.
Orchestra, Final District State
Scholarship Tests '46-'47,
Friendship Club, Polka Club
HAROLD E. ANDERSON
Hi-Y, Travel Club, Archery
Club, junior High Recreation,
NORBERT L. ARCHBOLD
Student Council, High Y Vice-
President, President, Track Let-
ter, Football, Hall Guard Cap-
tain, National Honor Society,
Basketball Intramurals, Activity
Ticket Committee, "Rooting fOr
Rl-Ifh": Gymnastics Club Vice-
President, Choir, Movie Club,
Boys' State Alternate.
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Band, Orchestra. C-ala Nite.
Model Airplane, Chess and
Band, Orchestra, Hi-Y. junior
Band, "What a Lite," "Every
Family Has One" Band Contest.
Instrumental Contest, H a I I
Guard, Opus '-I7 Faculty Editor.
Opus '48 Business Staff.
CARROLL j. BARBER
Opus '47 Art Editor, Co-op:
Hobby Show, Friendship Club,
Arts and Crafts Club, jr, High
Recreation, Intramurals, Bas-
ketball Foul Shooting Contest,
Dean's Assistant, Carnival, Gala
Night, Echo Staff, jr. Girl Re-
GEORGENE E. BLACK
Hobby Show: Welfare Board,
junior Girl Reserves, Vice-Presb
dent, Intramurals, Hall Guard:
N u rse Assistant: Orchestra,
Band, Choir Secretary, Gala
Nite, Big Nite, Ensemble Con-
test, Friendship, Orchestra Con-
MARjORlE j. BELL
"What a Life", All-Star Basket-
ball Team, Intramurals, Girls'
Leaders, junior Girl Reserves,
Friendship Club, Opus '48 As-
sistant Editor, Girls' State Rep-
resentative, Community Chest
Speaker, Office Assistanti
"Rooting for Ruth", National
Honor Society, Cheerleaders,
Echo, Gala Nite, Big Nite, Solo
and Ensemble Contests, C., A
A, Letter, "Berkeley Square."
Soph, Badminton Champ, Chai?-
el Choir, All-Star Skill ODEV-3
Club, Card Club, Welcome
Board, Hobby Show.
Band: Orchestra: Solo and En-
semble Contest First Place: Gala
Nite: Big Nite! Rhythmasters:
IOHN R. BLAKESLEY
Track: Cross Country: Cho i rg
Madrigals: Boys' Chorus: Chess
and Checkers Club: Varsity
Club: American Legion Essay
and Oratory Contest Winner:
DAVID C. BLAUCH
Opus '-48: Band: Hi-Y: lunior
Band: Orchestra: junior Recrea-
tion Club: Hobby Show: Carni-
val: Solo and Ensemble Contest:
Big Nite: Gala Nite: Intramu-
rals: Golf: Band Music Li-
brarian: National Honor Socie-
IACKIE A. BOYD
lr. High Recreation: lr. Girl Re-
serves: Girls' League: Friendship
Club: Polka Club President:
Knitting Club: Card Club:
Teacher's Assistant: Intramu-
rals: Girls' Glee Club: Gala Nite:
Co-op: Office Assistant.
VILET M. BRATEL
Band: Orchestra: Friendship
Club: Opus '48: Movie Club: ln-
tramurals: Girl Reserves: G. A.
A.: Solo and Ensemble Contest!
Big Nite: Gala Nite: Bookstore
Clerk: National Honor Society.
ROBERT C. BRODNIK
Athletic Association: T r a v el
Club: Varsity Club.
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MARY ANN BUDAN
Polka Club: Senior Card Club:
EDWIN l. CLARK
Football: Basketball: Baseball:
Student Council: Hall Guard:
Big Nite: Varsity Club: Gym-
nastics Club: Intramurals: Hi-
Girl Reserves: lr. High Recrea-
tion Club: "Celestial Love Af-
fair": Freshman Choir: Senior
Choir: Friendship Club: "What
a Life": Reporters' Club: Bas-
ketball and Volleyball Intramu-
FBISC Carnivall Camera Club:
Drama Club: Girls' League: Hall
Guard: Chapel Choir: Echo
Staff: Sr. Card Club.
IUANITA l. COLE
Echo Staff: lr. Class Play:
Friendship Club: Book Review
Club: Arts and Crafts Club:
Choir: Knitting Club: Spelling
Contest: Girl Reserves: Carnival:
ROBERT L. COM PTON
Band: Football: Baseball: Var-
sity Club: Hall Guard: Intra-
mural Basketball: Stage Crew.
ETH EL G. COULSON
Friendship Club: Girl Reserves:
Intramurals: lr. Class Play:
Echo: Arts and Crafts Club:
Knitting Club: Music Apprecia-
tion Club: Big Nite: Choir.
GLENN B. CRAWFORD
UG. B. C."
P. A. Club Chief Operator: Or-
chestra: Band: Football: Basket-
ball Manager: Echo: Hobby
Show: Chemistry Lab Assistant:
lr. Assistant Scout Master: Stu-
dent Council: National Honor
Society: Carnival: A m e r i c a n
Chemistry Society Contest Sec-
ond Prize: Phi Be ta KGDDH
Contest Honorable Mention: ln-
tramurals: Patron Concerts: Se-
nior Class Play: Chemistry Club.
Orchestra: Band: Hi-Y: P. A.
Club: Gymnastics: Track: Intra-
murals: Rhythmasters: jr. High
Card Club: lr. Class Play: Gala
Nite: Big Nite.
Friendship Club: Music Appre-
ciation Club: Choir.
ANN E. DRAGONETTE
Friendship Club: Student Coun-
cil: Polka Club: lr. Class Playl
HENRY F. EICHHORN
Home Room President: lntra-
mural Volleyball: Intramural
Basketball: Hall Guard: Base-
ball: Basketball: lr. and Sr. Card
Clubs: Varsity Club.
EVELYN E. EVANS
Band: Orchestra: First Place in
French Horn Contest: French
Horn Quartet: Brass Sextetl
Brass Quartet: Woodwind Quin-
tet: Friendship Club: Echo Typ-
ist: Opus '48 Photography Edi-
tor: Big Nite: Gala Nite: Eisen-
hower Award: jr. Girl Reserves!
jr. Band: Hall Guard: Intramu-
rals: G. A. A, Letter: jr. Class
Play: Music Letter.
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DAVID W. FlELDlNG
Orchestra: Choir: Hi-Y: Opus
'48 jr. Play: Intramurals: Hall
RUTH 1. FRAZIER
lr. Girl Reserves: Hall Guard:
Sr. Choir: Gala Nite: Big Nite:
Music Appreciation Club: Girls'
League: Friendship Club: Chapel
Choir: Opera Club Concerts:
Echo: Solo Contests: Girls' Glee
THOMAS D. GLASS
Football: Baseball: P. A. Club:
Student Council: Hall Guard:
Intramurals: Chess and Checker
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'Si Q ARTHUR coooMAN
V' Chess Club: World Affairs Club.
Q :AROL coiaooisi
Hall Guard: Polka Club: Sports
and Games Club: All-Star Team:
Intramurals: Leaders: Friend-
ship Club: Majorette: junior
High Spelling Champion: Ath-
letic Association: Opus "48"
NORMA C. GRANDILLO
Sr. Card Club: Book Review
Club: lr. Play: Choir: Prom
ROSE MAR I E GRI BBONS
Friendship Club: Girls' Leaders
President: Movie Club: Cheer-
leader: Echo: Opus '48: lr. Class
Play: Knitting Club: Future
Teachers of America: Intramu-
rals: Arts and Crafts Club: Dis-
pensary H e I p e r: Bookstore
Clerk: All-Star Cheerleader,
HERMAN L. HAFFNER
Football: Varsity Club: Senior
Choir: Stage Crew President:
Madrigals: lr. Class Play Usher:
Sr. Class Play Stage Crew.
STEVE I, HAYDU
Varsity Football Letter: Varsity
Baseball Letter: Freshman Bas-
ketball: Hall Guard: Hi-Y Sec-
retary: Choir: Varsity Club:
Boys' Recreation Club: Reserve
Football: Freshman Football.
THERESA L. HEISER
lr. Girl Reserves: Sports and
Games: Friendship Club: Arts
and Crafts: Echo: Movie Club:
Girls' Leaders Treasurer: Stu-
dent Council: Manager of Stu-
dent Council Bookstore: Drum
Major: Maiorette: Hall Guard:
Choir: Gala Nite: Big Nite: ln-
tramurals: Elementary Program:
Sr. Card Club.
ELLEN E. HOFMANN
Band: Orchestra: Choir
Accompanist: Girls' Leaders: lr.
Band: Solo and Ensemble Con-
test: Big Nite: Gala Nite:
Friendship Club Inter-C I u b
C o u n c i I Representative and
Vice-President: Birthday Boardl
Opus '48 E d i to r-in-Chief:
Nurse's Assistant: Patrons' Con-
certs:: lr. C I a s s Badminton
Champ: Echo: "Rooting for
Ruth": jr. Class Play: lr. Girl
Reserve Treasurer: "Not Such A
GOOSQIII Chapel Choir: Intra-
murals: G. A. A. Letter: Music
Letter: All-Star Skit: Elementary
Recreation Program: National
MARY IANE ICZAK
lunior High Recreation: Girl Re-
serves: Friendship Club: Card
Club: Polka Club: Girls' League:
Teacher's Assistant: Girls' Glee
Club: Gala Nite: Office Assis-
tant: Co-op: Intramurals.
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Senior C I a s s Vice-President:
Opus '48 Art Editor: Camera
Club Treasurer and Secretary:
G. A, A.: Friendship Club: Girls'
Leage Secretary an d Social
Board: Card Club: Prom Flower
Committee: Hall Guard: Intra-
murals: jr, High Recreation:
Girl Reserves: lr. Red Cross.
Girls' Leaders: Friendship Club:
Opus '48: Movie Club: Athletic
Association Secretary and Trea-
surer: Future Teachers of
America: Knitting Club: Polka
Club: lr. Class Play: Hall Guard:
Choir: Echo: Intramurals: Car-
IOAN A. IOHNSON
Charity Football Queen: Bad-
minton Champion '46: Debate
Team: Echo Staff: Friendship
Club: Nurse's Assistant: All-
Star Cheerleader: Freshman
Cheerleader: Athletic Associa-
tion: Intramurals: Choir: Pa-
tron's Concert: Gala Nite: lf'
Class Play: Drama Club: Polka
Club: All-Star Volleyball Team.
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. , q ' lr. Girl Reserves: lr. High Knit-
.. ,Vw Qf 'Q ting Club: Camera Club: Polka
i 3 i-:' 'I ' ,gg 2 " ' Club: Nurses' Aide: Choir: Co-
'1:'g:i,. 'AN .,.. Z . , .
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MARY JANE KANTNER
Friendship: Intramurals: luniOr
Class Play: Echo: Girl Reserves:
Arts and Crafts Club: Chess and
Checkers Club: Knitting Club:
Girls' Glee Club: Gala Night.
'v :EAN KAUCNIK
Girls' Leader: Friendship Club:
Polka Club: Card Club: Arts 5
Crafts Club: G. A. A. President:
Opus: Sports Editor: Intramu-
rals: Sr, High Treasurer: Cap-
tain of All-Star Game.
Card Club: Radio Listeners'
Club: Travel Club: Debate
Team: P. A. A. Club.
ROBERT H. KELLEY
P. A. Club: Gala Nite: Gymnas-
tics Club: Reserve Football: lr.
LILLIAN D, KINKOPF
Friendship Club: G. A. A.: Polka
Club: Senior Card Club: Knitting
Club: Girl Reserves: Intramu-
rals: President of Girls' League:
Choir: Girls' Glee Club: Hall
Guard: Captain of Volley Ball:
Polka Club Chairman: Co-op:
CECILIA R. KNAPP
Editor-in-Chief of Echo: junior
Play: Friendship: Book Review:
Al'Cl1Sfy Club: Knitting Club:
Hall Guard: Girls' League Corn-
mittee: Intramurals: National
DOLORES P, KOENIG
Friendship: Co-op: Senior Arts
Cr Crafts: Archery Club: Polka
Club: Teacher's Secretary: Of-
LILIAN H. KOLMAN
Friendship: Music Appreciation:
Sports CJ' Games: Polka Clubi
Square Dance: Treasurer of Pol-
ka Club: Teacher's Assistant:
Office Assistant: Co-op.
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C MARY E. KovAcici-i
Friendship Club: Polka Club:
Knitting Club: Echo: Opus: Stu-
dent Council: lntramurals: Girls'
League President: Senior Class
S6CV9lafy: Choir: All- Sta r
Teams: Girls' Leaders: Prom
Orchestra Committee: G. A. A.:
lr. Girl Reserve: jr. High Rec-
reation: lr. Class Play: Hall
LOIS L. KREBS
Friendship Club: Choir: Orches-
tra: Girls' Leaders Club Vice-
President: jr. Play: lviadrigals:
Hall Guard: National Honor S0-
ciety: Student Council: Senior
Editor of Opus: Activity Ticket
Committee: Gala Night: Big
Night: Girls' League: Girls'
Trio: Intramurals: Sr. Play: Pa-
trons' Concerts: Assemblies: Girl
ALBERT F. KRIZ
Freshman Track: Varsity Track:
Varsity Club: Intramurals: Gala
Echo Editor: Polka Club: Knit-
ting Club: Student Council: De-
bate Team: lunior Play: Hall
Guard: Dean's Assistant: Bad-
minton and Hockey Intramu-
rals: Choir: National Honor So-
IOSEPHINE C. LETTE
lr. Girl Reserves: G. A. A.: Arts
G Crafts: Co-op: Radio Listen-
ers' Vice-President: World Af-
fairs Club: Opus '47 Typist:
Hall Guard: Office Help: Teach-
er's Secretary: Carnival.
MALCOLM R. Mac KAY
Stage Crewg Hall Guardg Hi-Yg
Reserve Basketballg jr. Hi Bas-
ketball C1 Footballg Sr. Card
IANET M. MARSHALL
Friendship Clubg jr. Girl Re-
servesg l945 Track Queeng Sr.
Card Clubg Girls' Leadersg Sec.-
Treas. Athletic Associationg In-
tramuralsg Hall Guard: Opus
S t a f fg All-Star Cheerleaderg
Choirg Student Council V,-Pres.
and Pres.g jr. Class Playg Home
Room Play "Rooting for Ruth"g
Cheerleaderg C a rn e r a Clubg
Movie Clubg Chapel Choirg Big
Niteg Etiquette Boardg National
DOROTHY O. MARTENS
Co-opp Teacher's Secretaryg Ra-
dio Listeners' Club: Sr. Arts C1
Crafts Clubg Camera Clubg
Helper in Mr. Koth's Office?
jENNlE L. MARTlNClC
M u sic Appreciation C l u bg
Friendship Clubg Choirg Drama
Club in Pa.g junior Class Play in
SHIRLA M. MATTHEWS
Echog Y-Teeng Girl Reserves:
President of World A f f a i r 5
Clubg Sec.-Treas. of Spanish
Clubg Star-Gazer Clubg Camera
Clubg Choirg Girls' Glee Clubg
Chapel Choirg Patrons' ConcertSl
Gala Nightg Big Nightg jr. Class
Playg "Rooting for Ruth"g jun-
ior High Nightg lntramuralsg
Dispensary Aideg jr. Red Crossi
Assembliesg National H o n o r
EDWARD C. MEDVES
R e s e r v e Football: Reserve
Trackg Varsity Footballg Varsity
Trackg Archery Clubg Camera
Clubg junior High Recreationg
Sergeant-at-Arms in Variety
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KENNETH E. MOON
Hi-YQ Footballg Trackg Basket-
ballg Volleyballg lntramuralsg jr.
Class Presidentg Stage Crewg M.
C. of junior Assemblyg C h o i rg
Arts 5 Crafts Club.
Track Team: Va r si ty Clubg
Track Captain '48,
ROBERT A. MOSES
Stage Crewg Popular Science
Clubg Chess G Checker Club.
WILLIAM E. MOWER
"Bad Luck Mower"
Varsity Club: P. A. Clubg Bas-
ketballg Trackg Footballg Hall
DOROTHY B. OLESINSKI
Choirg Knitting Clubg Friendship
Clubg Arts G' Craftsg Ope ra
Clubg Athletic Association.
STEVEN PAPOU RAS
Polka Club: Hi-Y
BEVERLY R. PARKER
Social Chairman of Girls' Lead-
ETS: Movie Club: Future Teach-
ers: Choir: jr. Play: Polka Club:
Y-Teen: Knitting Club: Intra-
murals: Echo: Assistant Editor
of Opus: Camera Club.
CAMIL E. PASCHALI
Travel Club: Football: Athletic
Association: Archery Club: jr.
High Recreation: Card Club.
BRUNO M. PETRICIG
Gala Nite: Big Nite: Football:
Baseball: Basketball: Intramu-
rals: Choir: Hi-Y: Male Chorus:
Choir: Hall Guard: Student
Council: Varsity Club.
IVIARGUERITE M. PETRICK
Friendship: G.A.A.: Card Club:
Knitting Club: Girl Reserves:
Art 6' Crafts Club: Girls' Lead-
ers: Echo Staff: Student Coun-
cil: Intramurals: junior Play:
Girls' Glee Club: Hall Guard:
Gala Nite: Co-op: Office As-
sistant: Choir: Bookstore Clubl
jAMES W. PICKMAN
Freshman Football and Basket-
ball: Varsity Football: Reserve
Basketball: Varsity Basketball:
President of Varsity Club: Pres-
ident of Senior Class: Choir!
Hall Guard: Card Club.
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MARIAN F. POCH
Friendship: G.A.A.: Polka Club:
Card Club: Knitting Club: Echo:
Hall Guard: Intramurals: junior
Play: Choir: Co-op Class: Office
Football: Basketball: Baseball:
Vice-Pres. Varsity Club: junior
High Recreation: Student Coun-
cil: Athletic Association: Hall
STANLEY D. POROPAT
Freshman Football: V a r s i ty
Football: Reserve Basketball :
Baseball: Varsity Club: Card
Club: Recreation: Hall Guard:
Gymnastics Club: Intramurals:
jACK j, POSCH
Student Council President: P.A.
C I u b Treasurer: Announcer:
Track: Intramurals: C h o i rl
Chapel Choir: Hi-Y: Echo Pho-
tographer: Camera Club Presi-
dent: Polka Club: National
jOAN B. RAMIVIEL
Cards C7 Games: Gala Nigbfi
Girls' Glee Club: junior Girl Re-
serves: Camera Club: Sr. C a r d
Club: Polka Club: Friendship:
Echo: Movie: Intramurals: jun-
Band: Orchestra: Choir: Patrons'
Concerts: Big Nite: Gala Nite:
Music Award: Opus: Echo.
Girls' Leaders: Movie Club: P.
T. A: Camera Club: Music Cori-
tests: G. A. A.: Hobby Show:
Carnival: jr. Class Play lBusi-
ness lvlgr. and Castl: Intramu-
rals: Scorer for All-Star Game:
Hall Guard: jr. Girl Reserves:
Friendship: jr. Movie Club
Council: Assistant in Gym Class:
National Honor Society.
RAYMOND l. SHAWKE
Hall Guard Capt.: Travel Club:
MARIAN L. SHEBANEK
Opus Staff: Movie Club: Intra-
murals: Arts C1 Crafts Club: Y-
Teen: Girl Reserves: Camera
Club: Card Club: Choir: junior
WILLIAM T. SHIRILLA
lr, High Football: Travel Club:
CHARLES j. SMALTZ
Choir: Track: Madrigals: Gala
Night: Big Night: Boys' Chorus:
junior Play: Polka Club Vice-
President: Opus Sports Editor:
lr, Class Vice-President.
lANE N. SOWDEN
Pres. and Vice-Pres. of junior
Girl Reserves: All-Star Basket-
ball Team: Social Chairman and
Pres. of Y-Teen Friendship: P.
A. Club Announcer: Intramu-
rals: Welfare Board: Choir:
Opus '48 Asst. Sr, Editor: Na-
tional Honor Society: Girls'
State Alternate: Chapel Choir:
jr. Class Play: Girls' Gym Lead-
ers: Hall Guard Captain: Stu-
dent Council: F. T. A. Knitting!
Sec.-Treas, Camera Club: Movie
Club: Big Nite: Gala Nite: Con-
certs: Assemblies: Sr. Cla ss
HELEN lvl. STAMPFEL
lr. High V.-Pres. Student Coun-
cil: Girls' League: W e l f a r e
Board: G. A. A.: Girls' Leaders:
Movie: Chaplain of Y-Teen:
Book Store Clerk: Opus Faculty
Editor: Echo: jr. Class Play!
Prom Committee: K n i t t i n g
Club: Card Club: Intramurals:
lr. Girl Reserves: jr. High Rec-
reation: Polka Club: Arts and
Crafts Club: Athletic Associa-
ALBERT F. STRASSHOFER
Track: Varsity Club: Chess and
Checkers C I u b: Intramurals:
Recreation Club, jr. High: Big
Nite: Sr. Choir: jr. High Bass Cr
Tenor Club: Hi-Y.
RICHARD F. STUCK
lr. High Nite: Movie Club:
Camera Club: Football: Gala
Nite: Big Nite: Choir: Hall
Guard: jr. Class Play: "What a
Life": Polka Club: Hi-Y: Mad-
rigals: Intramurals: Carnival:
Boys' Chorus: Hobby Show.
Sr. Band: Ir. High Recreation:
jr, Girl Reserves: Hall Guard:
Choir: jr, High Band: Friendship
Cll-lb! Sr. Card Club: Movie
Club: F. T. A, Club: Opus '48
Staff: jr. Play: Home Room Play
"Rooting tor Ruth": Solo G' En-
semble Contest: Gala Night:
Concerts: Big Night: Assem-
blies lBand and Choirl: G. A.
A. Skit: Foul Shots at All-Star
Game: Camera Club: Carnival
Skit: Band Contest: Chapel
LOUISE D. SVETIN
of '-s' ' Q " 'AD0f"
"i " Polka Club: Knitting Club: Se-
es' nior Card Club: Choir: Girl Re-
ttrl Y' serves,
,aiu , - :
ELIZABETH A. SZEMENYEI
Friendship Club. Polka Club:
Radio Listeners: Opus: Sr, Choir:
Chess Er Checkers Club: Intra-
murals: Carnival: Drama Club!
Girls' Glee Club: Fashion Show:
lr. Class Play "What a Life"1
Freshman Play, "Wienies 'for
Wednesdayu: Girl Reserves.
if' y DAN i.. TREBisKY
.. : ' XQ X "Slim,"
yqxf Chess G Checkers Club: Chess
,X-F w Team: jr. and Sr. Card Clubs:
EVELYN L. TUCK
jr. Girl Reserves: Friendship,
Girls' L e a d e r s: Polka Club:
Amegia Club: Choir: Big Night:
Intramurals: Girls' League Vice-
President: Prom Flower Com-
mittee: Sophomore Class Secre-
tary: Co-op Class.
ALICE M. VOGRINC
Came from South High in Se-
nior Year, Y-Teen.
IAMES M. WARD .lily
V.-Pres. of Hi-Y: "What a
Life"g Hall Guard Capt.: Foot-
ball Mgr.: Track: Student
Council: Pres. Athletic Associa-
tion: Gala Nite: Big Nite:
Choir: Treas. Varsity Club!
Travel Club: lr. Card Club!
Boys' Chorus: President Sopho-
more Class: Prom Committee!
Recreation Club: Intramurals:
Madrigals: lBerkeley Squarel3
Singing Trio: "Rooting fOr
IVAN L. WElNSTOCK
Echo Sports Editor: P. A. Oper-
atorg P. A. Announcer: Camera
Club: Choir: jr. Class Play! ln'
tramurals: Intramural Referee:
National Honor Society.
Senior Play: Hi-Y: Gymnastic
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Four Years and Letter in Band:
Chess C1 Checkers Club: Ass't
for jr. High Airplane Club:
"Rhythmasters" Dance Band,
Dlayed for school dances.
MARGERY H. WRIGHT
Co-op: Sec. to Mr. Kothg Arts
CT Crafts Club: lSr,l Office
l'lE'lD9fC Sec. Radio Listeners'
Club: Sec. to Teachers.
GERALD E. YEARY
Track Team: World Affairs
Club: Hi-Y: Senior Choir: Stage
Crew: Chess Cr Checkers Club:
junior Prom Committee: Stu-
dent Council: junior Play: Na-
tional Honor Society.
RUTH V. ZACH
Friendship Club: Polka Club:
5DOrts 6 Games: Square Dance:
' IOSEPH L. ZUPANIC
Football: Track: Travel: Varsity
Club: jr. Class T.easurer: Hal:
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Weather T C Post-school
Blue Skies News
Issue No. 1
June 32, 1958
Congresswoman, Florence G a l e r.
just returned to Washington, D.C.,
with two famous hair stylists who
are also former classmates. They
are Anne Chinchar and Juanita
Huston, who have made head line
news in Hollywood at the M.G.M.
Since graduating from high school
in 1948, Arthur Bosco, Jack Saef-
kow and Bill Tomazic have become
noted millionaires through a get-
rich-quick investigation, and the re-
of them formed
ads in various
sults were: the three
a company putting
magazines reading-"if you want to
get rich quick send
in a dollar for
Then they in
turn send back a note saying "get
enough suckers to send in dollar
bills and you will get rich quick."
Oh, well, good luck boys.
Brew Takes Over
Since Howie Lund has been in the
hospital with a serious case of per-
manent "hoarseness,l' Barbara Brew
has taken over his post as disk
jockey on station E.C.H.S. Dale
Galer, the famous loafer of his gen-
eration, has spent much of his time
there, counting how many times a
record turns while being played.
Letter to the Editor
This newspaper received a letter a
few days ago from Captain Al Del-
gado of the U.S. Navy, who wrote
that on his way to South America
he met four of his former class-
mates as passengers of his ship.
They were Shirley Miller, Valeria
Kalin, Bob Drobnick, and Milan
Mihalich, who were completing the
last lap of their round-the-world
Stars Come to Town
"Have you been down at the Palace
this week to see that wonderful
show?" Things like this are being
said all over greater Cleveland since
Bob Herendeen and his band have
moved itno town. Featured along
with him is Vi Jean Schultz straight
from Hollywood, after finishing her
picture with Van Handsome. They
have temporarily set up a first aid
station in the lobby for all the men
who faint from her radiating beauty
as she walks on the stage. Also
along with the show is Bill Bartol,
who has been touring the U.S. with
his "talking accordianf' It has just
been announced by Doris Kollmor-
gen, the traveling secretary for the
band, that all former classmates of
Bobs will be admitted free.
Businessmen of '58
'Ihe most successful businessmen of
1958 title has been given to Mr, Bill
Ragborg, Alvin Gower, and Antho-
ny Martucci, who combined their
talents and organized a consultant
Firm on which they advise the peo-
ple on retiring young and living the
life of Riley, They were Hooded
every day with hundreds of people,
including Jim Meglan, and Diana
Klopovic, who is so so tired of
teaching kindergarten but was told
by the school that she would have
to wait till she's 65. But now that
they advised millions of people, the
trio has decided to retire them-
selves. Bill has moved to Florida,
Anthony to California and Alvin to
South America. Bill's house is so
big that he has hired Stanley Ivan-
cic as chief guide so he won't get
lost in the house. A house guest of
Mr. Martucci last week was his for-
mer classmate Mr. Dick Teske, who
has just completed a non-stop high-
way from Euclid to California, called
the Teske Turnpike.
Breaks U. S. Record
H. Breaks U. S. Record
Champion Hag pole sitter, Harold
Anderson, is sitting in his glory on
top of the highest flagpole in the
World, which is in Euclid. After
sitting high for one year, two
months, three days and twelve and
a half hours, he is very glad to get
back to earth. VVhen asked what he
saw from his post 1500 feet in the
air he said, "One thing I saw was
Joan Jonnson, Josephine Lette and
Joan Rammel in their helicoptors
and they stopped a few times to visit
me. Also Tom Glass passed me up
when he was thrown from his
new invention - a gasless car,
which resulted in an explosion. I
also saw Jim Pickman, Greta Coch-
rane, Ay Kriz and Ronald MacKay
Hy by on their air trip around the
world. It's a funny thing, but from
that pole I could see with the aid
of my powerful binoculars, Mary
Ann Budan, Lillian Kolman, Bever-
ly Parker, Marge Petrick, Pat Lally,
and Louise Svetin, walking their
bunch of children to school where
I think I saw Evelyn Evans and
Nancy Stumpf as teachers and Ed
Clark as chief custodian."
'Ihen Mr. Anderson was rushed to
the hospital for a period of recu-
peration where he will have Rose
Marie Gribbons, Betty Johnson,
Janet Marshall, and Jo-Ann Rentz
The new Euclid Glenville Hospital
has just appointed Louis Theodosion
as head pharmacist there.
Secretaries Mary Jane Iczak, Mar-
ion Poch, and Evelyn Tuck dis-
closed today that the noted duet of
the medical world, Doctors Norbert
Archbold and Glenn Crawford have
finally found a cure when called on
the case of Bob Compton and Jim
Ward, the famous lizard trainers. At
first it was thought that the lizards
caused the diseaseg however, with
the aid of the well-known authors
John Blakesley and Gerald Yeary,
who have done quite a bit of re-
search to help their friends, this idea
was dropped. The cure is not al-
TRY OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN
upon your casket
I Fair and warmer
Issue No. 1
June 212, 1958
lowed to be printed at this time, but
the public will be notified at a later
Clock Makes Money
Engineers David Blauch, David
Fielding, Steve Haydu and mechan-
ics Hank Eichhorn, Camil Paschai.
and Dick Stuck have combined their
great talent in making clocks which
go slow at night and fast during
school time, Accountant Arthur
Goodman has figured out that in
the six months production this clock
has made 514,999,995 profit for this
Redecorate "White House"
Juanita Cole, Ellen Hofmann, Jackie
Johnson, and Dolores Koenig. heads
of the C.H.J.D. Interior Decorating
Company, have recently been asked
to redecorate the White House. They
have just completed a book which
contains decorating hints. The book
was illustrated by Carroll Barber,
the noted commercial artist.
Since Herman Haffner. Theresa Hei-
ser, Georgene Black, Lois Krebs and
Jane Sowden have graduated from
college with the highest honors ob-
tainable they have had very very
good luck in getting jobs. Mr. Heff-
ner is the chief bottle washer at the
Cleveland Hotel, and Miss Heiser,
Miss Black, Miss Krebs, and Miss
Sowden have a job as dish wipers
there. Also Ethel Coulson, Mary
Jane Kantner, Jack Posch, and Helen
Stampfel, who have recently been
voted the most successful people in
1958 leading a drive promoting the
enlargement of Dagwood sand-
Knapp Named Editor
Ceil Knapp, who recently was
named editor of Euclid's daily
newspaper "The Gabby Times,"
ran a column last week called "Let's
Gossip," told us what some of the
former graduates from Euclid Cen-
tral have done with themselves-or
shall we say not done with them-
selves?-anyway-Last night the
first column appeared and this is
what we found. Jean Kaucnik, Lil-
lian Kinkopf, and Jennie Martincic
have opened a modeling agency in
New York which so far has proved
very successful. Ken Moon, it seems.
is still a bachelor, but all reports
state that he is very happy??'?'? Bob
Moses, president of the American
Pretzel Twisting Company, reports
that business is as "doughy" as ever.
Joan Rammel, chief stewardess of
United Air Lines, stopped off at
Nicaragua the other day and saw
Alice Vogrine, who is still trying to
get the Marines out of there. Her
foreign correspondent, Shirla Mat-
thews, is keeping the White House
up on Alice's work. Dorothy Mar-
tens has opened a drive-in-restau-
rant down there also. Seems to be
a busy place!!
Lawyer Makes Good
Out of college at last are Chuck
Smaltz, Don Pokorny, Marian She-
banek. and Al Strasshofer. Chuck's
first law case "The State vs. 'Shoul-
ders"' proved successful for the
great lawyer, and he is now oft' to
a flying start. Don Pokorny plans
to play pro football with the Browns
along with Stan Poropat and Bill
Mower. Marian just received her
degree as an occupational therepist
and Al has received one in the farm-
LAST MINUTE NEWS
Dan Trebisky has just announced
that he will enter the Golden Gloves
Contest after last Friday's knock-
out over f'Slugger McGoon."
Scientist at Work
Dick Wirth, noted electronic expert,
has been working on a contraction
to the Einstein Theory, His promot-
er is Bob Kelley, well-known mil-
Owner of the 'fRide Em Cowboy
Ranch," Bill Shirilla, just announced
that Bing Crosby is going to trade
in his horses for some of this ranch's
stallions and try again.
Businesswoman '5 8
Jackie Boyd, Ann Dragonette, Mary
Kovacich, and Elizabeth Szemenyei
have formed a chain of beauty shops
in New York, Chicago, Miami, and
Hollywood. This group of promi-
nent women have just been awarded
The Plaque for "The Most Success-
ful Business Women of 1958"
Music Is Tops
The combined bands of Al Belpulsi
and Bruce Cumming will be at the
Palace July 4 with our own Norma
Grandillo and Bruno Petricig as
featured soloists. Also Marjorie Bell
and Ruth Frazier will be in town
with the Metropolitan Opera Corn-
pany next spring. Miss Bell has the
lead in the opera "Madame Butter-
fly" and Miss Frazier in "Lakme."
Vilet Bratel made her debut with
the Cleveland Orchestra as the oboe
soloist last week. where she was
very well received. Rosemary Dirk,
Dorothy Olesinski and Margery
Wright have formed a piano trio
which has become n a t i 0 n ally
known. This is the first of its kind
featuring three girls.
Ivan Weinstock has just decided on
what he wants to do with himself!!!
Last evening. while the fcrrnef
Miss Carol Cordon and her husband
were enjoying a neighborhood movie.
their house at OOOOOOOO Nothings
Ave was robbed down to the last
toothpick. Naturally, as everyone
does, they called the Get-l-lim De-
tective Agency, headed by loe Zu-
panic and Charles Kopsick, to solve
the case. Immediately they called
Captain Ed Medves of the police force
who in turn sent out policemen Bob
Laird, Ray Shawke, Bill Mills, and
Frank Parziale, who are known for
their good work in other cases of this
type. Riley Westmoreland, known as
the second Sherlock Holmes, arrived
within five minutes after he was
called, and within two minutes he had
discovered some invisible toot-prints
on the ceiling. He will check them
this afternoon and the robber is ex-
pected to be found by evening, Ivan
Weinstock. owner of the "Never
Know What to Expect" insurance
company, assured the unfortunate
people that they will receive approxi-
mately l0,000 dollars in pennies.
Pretty good, hey what? This informa-
tion was disclosed today by Miss jane
Adams and Miss Ruth Zach, secre-
taries ot the detective agency.
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LAST WILL AND TLSTAMLNT
We, thee undersigned, being of sound mind, do make, publish and de-
clare this to be our last will and testament,
Bill Bartol wills to Mr. Harold Blackburn a walkie-talkie set so that he can
keep in touch with the members of his Travel Club.
Art Bosco wills a picture of Al Capone to Andy Bubonic.
Barbara Brew wills her seat on the 200th St. bus to anyone who thinks he
Anne Chinchar wills her carrying voice to anyone who sits in the back of Mr.
Smith's co-op class.
Al Delgado wills a compass to joe Zupanic so that he can find his way around
Robert Drobnick wills to the 200th street boys three chairs around the ra-
diator in Roosevelt's gym.
Dale Galer wills his ability to drive slow to Bob Stahre.
Florence Galer wills to Mr. Smith the thirty-eight pounds he lost teaching co-
op. Don't try so hard,
Alvin Gower wills his ability to run a mile in less than six minutes
to "Whitey" Carlson, who shouldn't give up so easily.
Robert Herendeen wills his ability to play the saxophone to Henry Kapel.
luanita Huston wills Mr. Graham to her little blonde sister, Alice, in the Sth
Stanley lvancic wills to Bob Baitt the ability to be on time once in a while.
Valeria Kalin wills the ability to dodge Mr. Graham's finger of justice,pointed
toward the office door at 8:25 V2, to the late arrivals of his next homeroom.
Diana Klopovic wills her ability not to have to go to the office every day for
an excuse to Frank Bosco,
Doris Kollmorgen wills her long-long skirts to any girl who thinks she can
stand the glances and remarks.
Anthony Martucci wills his speed to Mike Tarasco, so that he can play full-
back on next year's football team.
larnes Meglan wills all his broad-jumping ability to Ray Selzer. l-le'll need
Milan Mihelich wills to Frank Rielly the ability to try to last in school.
Shirley Miller wills a new pair of shoes to Mr. Graham to take the place of
those he wears out during his classes.
Bill Ragborg wills Mr. Miller a badge so he will look authentic when he plays
policeman with future couples.
lack Saefkow wills that handsome, manly Bill Mower a pair of track shoes to
get away from joan Bronkall.
Vi lean Schultz wills to her shadow Charlotte Gleeten her ability to keep out
of trouble, and to Larry Totura a hair ribbon to keep those beautiful tresses
forever in place.
Richard Teske wills to Chuck Smaltz a pair of bloodhounds to keep watch
over his many female admirers.
Louis Theodosian wills the name of his car to Bill Gent's model T Ford,
Bill Tomazic wills Harold "'l-widdlefingers' Wittlinger to lvan Weinstock.
lPlease take good care of him, lvanl.
Alfred Walz wills to Mr. Edwards one case of Pepsodent tooth paste.
Andrew Williamson wills to his brother the ability to get along with Mr,
LAST WILL AND TLSTAMLNT
Harold Anderson wills to Mr. Hoon his slender figure, so he won't leave a
vacuum when he walks through the halls,
Norbert Archbold wills to all Hi'Y boys his ability to get SO cents
each month for dues.
Carroll Barber wills her ability to draw Varga Girls to Paul Chaney.
Marjorie Bell wills her spot in cheerleading to anyone who can practice and
still be able to move at the game.
Albert Belpulsi wills his trumpet-playing ability to little Harold Gabriel.
john Blakesley wills his hurdling ability to anybody with longer legs-for in-
stance, Bob Klun.
Dave Blauch wills to Marsue Keyerleber the headaches of band librarian.
jackie Boyd wills to Eleanor Praprotnick her good sense of humor and all her
pep and ambition on Monday mornings.
Vilet Bratel wills Mr. Blackburn a pair of ear plugs, so he won't be annoyed
by portable radios during classes.
Bob Brodnik wills his books.
Mary Ann Budan wills Mr. Blauch a pair of stilts so he can see what's going
on in the back of the room during 9th period Government Class.
Ed Clark wills to Mr, Smith his good humor in the morning or, as far as that
goes, all day long.
Greta Cochrane leaves her freckles to Mr. Hoon, so he'll have something on
the top of his head.
juanita Cole leaves to her brother Dale the ability to stay out of detention
hall all his school life.
Bob Compton being of sound mind and body leaves nothing to nobody.
Ethel Coulson wills ability to graduate to her brother, Charles, who will need
Glenn Crawford wills some more hair curlers to Mr. Heinlein.
Bruce Cumming wills to Tony Ferrato his ability to get along without girls.
Rosemary Dirk wills her great ability in math to anyone who's struggling
Ann Dragonette wills more time between classes to all thcse who go steady.
Henry Eichhorn wills to Mr. Fred Vollman some of his hair in order for him
to have something to comb.
Evelyn Evans wills her ability to talk a cop out of giving her a ticket to any-
one who needs it.
Dave Fielding wills his ability to get along with girls to Dave Hollis.
Ruth Frazier wills her ability to reach high notes to Mr. Beck.
Tom Glass wills his ability to get out of school to jim Stewart.
Art Goodman leaves his brother an A in Latin, the only way he could get one.
Norma Grandillo wills her success as a model to Dolores Perat.
Rose Marie Gribbons wills her job in the dispensary Znd period to anyone
who can bandage a finger so it doesn't look like a broken arm.
Herman Haffner wills to the boys who want to be on the stage crew the abil-
ity to remember switch number l5, the attic light.
Steve Haydu wills Mr. Smith to anyone who wants him and his 8:l5 bell.
Theresa Heiser wills her moldy loafers to Mr. Harper for use during the l9-48
Ellen Hofmann wills her ability to get along with girls to her brother Clark.
Mary jane lczak leaves with the teachers the happy thought that she is the
last of the lczaks.
Alice jelco wills invitation to all party-crashers.
jackie johnson wills her deep laugh to Bob Stahre because he likes if
joan johnson wills to Dolly Radio her tight brown skirt which Dolly really
thinks is laheml sharp.
Betty johnstone wills Mr. Smith the ability to talk without using his hands.
Mary jane Kantner wills to her brother joe her height and her ability to get
along with Mr. Vollman.
jean Kaucnik wills to the 49ers the HIGH STANDARDS of the lately de-
Ed Keller wills to Mr. Winters a homeroom as good as the one he had this
Bob Kelley wills his ability to get along without girls to Lloyd Dunlap.
Lillian Kinkopf wills her good humor and laugh on Monday to all dead beats
coming to school with hangovers from the previous week-end.
Ceil Knapp wills her position as Echo editor to anyone having an Iron Con-
Dolores Koenig wills her ability to get through school to anyone who wants
Lillian Kollman wills to Eleanor Proprotnik the ability to keep smiling
through Mr. Smith's co-op classes.
Mary Kovacich wills to her brother Eddie the ability to get along with her
girl friends and keep his mind on studying at the same time.
Lois Krebs will her chair in orchestra to anyone who wants it,
Al Kriz wills his ability to take off days from school to go hunting to Ted
Pat Lally wills the 20 pounds she's always losing on her diets to Helen Peter-
son who needs them more than she does.
josephine Lette wills her sympathy with "Mitzi" Perme who will be in next
year's co-op class.
Ronald McKay wills his gymnastic ability to -lerry Arko.
janet Marshall wills to jim Egensperger a pair of rubber heels for his loafers
so he won't sound like the Lone Ranger when he crosses the stage.
Dorothy Martens wills her ability to keep her hair the same color day after
day to Charlotte Cleeten.
jennie Martincic left in such a hurry she forgot to will anyone anything,
Shirla Matthews wills a real cigarette to john Wright.
Ed Medves wills his ability to play guard position to "Eat" Wilse.
Ken Moon wills a big and vicious dog to Indian joe Smith that will chase any-
one that comes in late up to the office.
Wakefield Morgan wills his ability to get into trouble to Mickey Schneider.
Bob Moses wills his ability to leave the school during the day without getting
caught to jim Stewart.
Bill Mower wills to Mr. Smith an automatic door slammer so he doesn't have
to slam it every morning at 8:25.
'Dorothy Olesinski wills her ability to get along with people to her sister Mary
Beverly Parker wills her ability to take gym and like it to Marilyn Courtot and
Frank Parziale wills to Mr. Blackburn's Travel Club a portable dice table.
Camil Paschali wills his curly hair to Mr. Hoon.
Bruno Petricig wills to Mr. Smith some polish to keep his head always shin-
Marge Petrick wills Andy Bubonic a race track so he can speed without hav-
ing the cops chase him.
jim Pickman wills his ability of coming late to school to anyone who can keep
up the tradition.
Marian Poch wills to "Butts" Bubonic and "Slim" Kovacich her glasses SO
they can see the stop signs while driving.
Don Pokorny wills to Mr. Thompson all of Paul Brown's football plays.
Stan Poropat wills his athletic ability to Don Mahne.
lack Posch wills the work, headaches, and fun of the Student Council to the
loan Rammel wills all the bubble gum she can get to Andy "Bubbles-Butts"
lo-Ann Rentz wills candy hearts to the girls who lost theirs when Mr, Troglia
Ray Shawke wills his patent on the ability to laugh to Bob Baitt.
Marian Shebanek wills her naturally straight hair to anyone who wants it.
Bill Shirilla wills to Mr. Holloway more detention slips tor the people who
come on the late bus.
Charles Smaltz wills to Frank Reilly his ability to disagree with Mr. Burgin.
lame Sowden wills a pair of roller skates to anyone who is always late
Helen Stamptel wills Lois Hedtky a course in Biology so that she can find the
answer to why there are never just two rabbits,
Albert Strasshoter wills Mr. Edwards a whip to keep his classes in order.
Dick Stuck wills Mr. Blackburn a piece ot paper and pencil to write his great
American novel with.
Nancy Stumpf wills her place in marching band to any lr. High Band member
who wants it.
Louise Svetin wills Mr. Blackburn a pair ot suspenders.
Elizabeth Szemenyei leaves all the girls at the mercy ot her brother, Steve
Dan Trebisky wills his ability to graduate to George Snider.
Evelyn Tuck wills Lois Hedtky her ability to catch on to a good joke, espe-
cially about rabbits.
Alice Vogrinc wills "My Father's Mustache" to Florence Cole.
lim Ward wills his 200th Street accent to Mr. Burgin who doesn't seem to
lvan Weinstock wills the Echo typewriter to anyone with a hammer and a
strong right arm.
Riley Westmoreland leaves Mr. Vollman his ability to draw a complete pic-
ture without all the facilities.
Richard Wirth wills his ability to stay out ot detention to the detention hall
Margery Wright wills Mr, Koth a secretary who isn't so strict and who won't
bother him with math problems,
Gerald Yeary wills a Ford to anyone who can keep it running longer than he.
and the rest ot the Yearys to the teachers.
Ruth Zach wills to Wilma johnson additional strength to help her through
the last semester. g
loe Zupanic wills Mr. Miller a new comb and a bottle of Wildroot
ln testimony whereof we have set our hands and seal this twenty-eighth
day ot May in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and forty-eight.
Witness Lois Krebs
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Secretary-Mary jane l-lillier
77'?9W'3i' C' "F'HF"" "
First row lleft to rightl: V
Hansen, j. Saso, M. Pfatf, M
Mavsar, j. Smith, W. john-
son, C. Black, M. Stefanchlk
B. L. Rohrback, C. Brown. S
Kornprobst j. Danley.
Second row: Mr, Bennett, A
Toth, A. Morse, W. jaros, l
Richard, R. DeCeneva, C. Fa-
rona, D. Perat, Mr. Edwards
Third row: Ci. Snider, W. Kal-
berer. R. Genzen, A. Oester-
le j. Conahan, C. Zele, S
Totura, M. Mlachak, R. Pin'
kava, L, Dunlap, F. Bosco, R
Fourth row: R. Cederlund, R.
Welling, M. Schneider, R
Hazzard, j. O'Neill, D. Mil-
ler, E. Emery, R. Bailey, R
Dreis, j. Stewart, j. Bann.
First row lleft to rightl: Mrs
Stewart, P. Beam, M. Pernne
D. Kokos, K. Roach E. Pro-
potnik, R. Miklus, C. Malrn
Second row: D. Volpe, A. Carl-
son, W. Long, M. Ohnemus
R, Bennington W. Willis, N
Beck, Blatnlk, jarvis, S
Third row: C. Martens, j, Lu-
zar, A. Bubonic, D, Payne, j
Colinar, R. Schultz, D. john-
son, F. Brodmck, F. Sain.
Fourth row: N. Lewis j. Bar'
tone, j. Egensperger, B
S t a h r e, C. Vollmer, B
Schultz, L. Troha, R. Bal-
dassarre, P. Maczuga.
First row lleft to rightl: P.
McNeilly. C. Cleeten, H, Sni-
der, N. Cerjevic, A. Sheller
M. Bain, M. Courtof, A.
Second row: B. Zupanic, P. Kli-
suric, A. Brack, L. lerabek, E.
Kessler, M. Coe, C. Zimmer-
man, B. Lewis P. Berger.
Third row: 1. Olesinski, P. Flet-
cher, F. C-ole, M. Sarlo, D.
Radio, D. Hochevar, L. Yan-
char, M. Cherry, R. Fletcher,
Fourth row: W. Mersnik, B.
Crabtree C. Verbsky, I. Wil-
son, D. Gockel, M. Snyder, P.
Nichols, I. Cirye, W. Armour,
First row llett to rightlz Ray
Stone, N, Misheck, C. Boyd
W. Hughes, R. Campbell, H.
Scott, C-. Conlon, M. Tarasco,
R. Clouser, 1. Callahan,
Second row: B, Morgan, l. Wil-
liamson, 1. Noda, L. Reiter,
A. just B. Ferguson, R. Kri-
voy, D. Walker, R. Stampfel,
Third row: l. Petrenchik, T.
Hopes, B. Gent, R. Loushin,
B. Rath. C. Bobar. B. Mar-
var, R, Hochevar, T. Grubbs.
Fourth row: D. Hollis, T. Skiff
R. lanik, D. Dallas, D, Keel
R. Koren, F. Tomaric, 1.
Potts, A. Bradac.
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Furst row llett to rightl: A
Martuccl, A, Clunta, l., Buck-
ley. C. Walz, R. Westbrook, B
Long, E. Smrth, D. Walland.
Second row: Mlss Berg, P
Wade V. Shupe, M. Zales, L
Svarpa, W. Melkerson, B. Cran-
Bge. D. Moser. l.. Kusar, A
Thlrd row: B. Bautt, R. Yeary
E. Brown, W, Marett, 1. Struck-
lln, B, Llptak, B. Willem, E
Fourth row: P. Maloney, R
Hrlbar, R. Sulzer, 1. Sharpe, H
Paelchen, 1, Bratel, 1. Blazek
First row llett to rlghtl: 1
Harwood, N, 1ohnson, A. Wag-
ner, B. 1urcak, 1. Pornplos. 1
Chapman, 1. l-lutton, 1. Rleder
D. Morgan R. Wrlllams, V. Da-
wes, 1. Berlln.
Second row: Mr. Barley, M, Ko-
zar, L. Yeager, P, Causlay, W
Knapp, 1. Gallagher, 1. Hester
M. Stomp, M. Podbergar, W
Hahn R. Caratolo, 1. Clayton
M. Callahan, 1. Cronda, E
Creighton, Mr. Burgln.
Thlrd row: H. Blakesley, S
Szemeyeu, L. l-loltelder, C
Mower, B. Ravencratt, 1, PaolO
1. Kunkopf T. Luzar, R. San
W. Slade, S. Steed, l. Molllson
R. Recher, C. Crlbbons, H. Cor-
Fourth row: R. Scholpp, 1. Cos-
kr, B. Bubonlc, 1. Lausche, N
Kallman, B. Shearer. P. Healy
S. Scott R. Muller, D. Levar, F
Herendeen, W. Fielding, 1. Ce-
celrc. F. Baldassarre.
First row lleft to rightl: M
Spencer, A. Baldassarre, 1. Fink
A. Thomas, D. Wagner, E
Yurfz, B. Frecker, D. Pabalis
I. lvancic, F. Cole, C. Simmons
Second row: Mrs. 1. Thomas, P
Rodgers, 1. Sutherland M. Ra-
cecic, L. Thomas, C. Hofmann
W. Biefuss, A. Goodman, R
Cunningham, Miss Withrow.
Third row: G, Pfaff, D. Cole, C
jones, R. Sterle, 1. Maxwell B
Messersmith, W. Heefer, M
Sugarman, K. Aplis.
Fourth row: F. Meyers, R
Cross, F, Kehn, L. Mills, I
D'Arcy, R. Schafer, W. Uhl D
Mahne, L. Clayton, C. Sezow.
First row lleft to rightl: L
Kemter, P. Luth, D. Boduroff
1. Pavlina, Miss Vermillion, D
Ogrinc, R. Rossington, l. Metz-
Second row: C. Busch, B. Kva-
ternik, D. Razayeski, P. Rielly
M. Mumford, D. Paelchen, I
Third row: 1. Farzier, A. Fens-
ky, E. Cesnik, P. Rielly, I. Far-
kas, I. Turk A. Miller.
Fourth row: N. Boston E. Lon-
go, K. Krause, l. Baumann, C
Tanger, P. Vadnal.
Flrst row lleft to rlghtl: M
Spencer, A. Baldassarre, l
Fxnk, A. Thomas, D. Wagner.
E. Yurfz, B. Frecker, D. Paballs
1. lvancuc, F. Cole, C. SummOnS.
Second row: Mrs. Thomas, P.
Rodgers, I. Sutherland, M. Ra-
cecuc, L. Thomas, C. Hofmann
W. Buefuss, A. Goodman R
Cunningham, Miss Withrow.
Third row: Cl. Pfaff, D. COl9.C
jones, R. Sterle, l. Maxwell, B
Messersmith, W. Heeter, M
Sugarman, K. Aplls.
Fourth row: F. Meyers, R
Cross F. Kehn, L. Mills, l
D'Arcy, R, Schafer, W. Uhl, D
Mahne. L. Clayton, C. Sezon.
Furst row lleft to rught': T
Porter, B. Sleby D, Mulls, M
Campbell, M. Krecuc, C. Malm
I. Stokes, M. Doshock, W
Second row: Mlss Surrarrer. A
Kovach, E. Perar, R, Salvadore
B, Stone, R. Mclvlann, D, Stone
D. Kuharnlq B. Weust.
Thlrd row: A. Dnsimone, R
Weist, W. Beck, K. McCullogh
D. Sater, E. Hoffert, D. Solon
Fourth row: C, Schultz, I
Culp, K. Shllinger, D. Kollar
W. C.bby T. Bechemer, B
Stone, H. Kornprobsf, R. Capps
First row lleft to arightl: P.
Neubecker, R. Fabian, 1. Sari,
l. Cimoerrnan, B. Hale, C. Pe-
rez, V. Palsa E. Creighton, 1.
Capperta, M. Stetanchik, H
Second row: M. Sakecs. D.
Gress, R, Blinn, M. Malackek,
C-. Laddis, l. Sullivan, N. les-
berger, C. Radcliffe, C. Sele-
Third row: Miss M. Hausheer
E. McCarthy, M. Champa, V
Puska, S. Verbsky, H. Sleith, E.
Kubik, C, Luzar, M. Dowd, C.
Milosevich, Mr. N. MacKeigan.
Fourth row: C. Schroer, C.
Crouse P. Maher, S. Town, P.
Davis, P. Trebec, M. Olesinski
C. Levis, D. Broos, L. A. Rich-
First row lleft to rightl: D
Snyder, R. Marcombe, D
Mahne, 1. Allison. l. l-lopp, M
Marett, 1. Pegnoli, B. Pollack
K. Krause, l. Stinson.
Second row: Mrs, Clarke M
jones, A. Rath, B. Shroke, M
I. Hillier, C. Nuniveller, S. Ri-
ley, R. Schelgunov, R. Huston
F. Martencic, M. 1. Replogle.
Third row: A. M. McAlyrmG
M. Watkins, S. Kozlow C
Ross, N. Hadder, E, Zogg, R
Papp, R, Barnhart, B. Dortt, l
Fourth row: R. Morway, W
Wheaton, R. Strah, E. Snyder
R. Weber E. l-larrison, K. Red-
lin, C. Lays, B, Gallo.
Frrst row lleft to rightl: L.
Radlo, l. Buckley, 1. Richmond,
M. Crowther, Mr. Hoon, B.
Pole, M. Mullosevnch, R. Elliott.
Second row: V. Langdon, B.
Beyer G. Cermano, 1. Bosco,
A. Murray, B. Davis, B, Skully
Thurd row: C, McCord, M.
Predovuc, j. Austrn, F. Balzel,
R. Behrens, l. Butler 1. Fnnke.
Fourth row: 1. Dells, I. Silver-
man, H. Klsthardt, N. Simmons
1. Nrrnmo, W. Schlauch, C
Kelly, D. Alston.
First row lleft to rrghtl: B
Abbott, R. Vldmar, B. McCul-
ley. C. Stape 1. Morton, N
COllDOw, L. Payne, R Akers, B
Beldln. D. Bosanko, P. McNel-
lan, D. Knerr.
Second row: B. Punkava, C
Glenn. A. Mouser V, Carney
T. Hughes F. Crarofolo, l. Lew-
is, R. Van Castel, S. Balmt, H
Parts, M. Geddes, 1. Brunstead
Thurd row: C-. Starhe, D, Lurna-
due, B. Snyder, R, Besemer, S
Ryon, K. Wrnght K, Shirulla
A. Sowden, P. Ryder, D. Hem-
rich, N. Yeary, M. Stone, B
Fourth row: D. Crenova, l
Richmond, j. Dabrantrc, B
Vrgh. C. Pfrnem, L. Woodford
R. Olned, B. Wand, E. Wrlliams
D. Mnller, Y. Lavo, V. Manill.
FirSt row lleft to rightl: F
Delaney, B. Bushlong, W. Coll-
witzer, D. Winters, P. Petti H
Meyers, P. Smith. R. Carson
W. Downing, T. O'Donnell.
Second row: l. Covert, l. Kelley
R. Lapinskas, R. Verrni, D. Di-
cenzo, j, Bassett, R. Mansper-
ger, l. Penkala, H. Hershy, C
Coulson, B. Linsay, Miss Epaves
Third row: B. Lauter, M. Skow-
ronski, M. McGuire, S. Dadlow
M. Holfelder, C. Hope P
Lynch, D. Disantis, R. Phillips
Fourth row: N. Seaman, D
Higgins, P, Nagy, D. Kirkendall
E. Kalberer, N. Zupancic, C
Leitch, L. Lenarsic F. Parziale
First row lleft to rightl: P.
Miller, B. L. Kirk, j. Wolfen-
burg, l. Schafer. j. Blaine, A.
Penko, D. Ford, S. johnson, K.
Moshell, C. Kazar, 1. jackson.
Second row: Mr. Calvert, A.
Atkins, C. Welling, P. Miklus,
R. Taylor, l. Stead, R. Miller, 1.
Buntley, D. Beldin, j. Archbold,
B. 1. Kirchoff, Mr. Miller.
Third row: A. Huston F.
Bransly, W. Myers, B. Stoddard,
H. Scholpp, R. Hill, C. Harnil,
I. Cioushivin, W, Nickles, L.
Zupanic, M. Hazzard.
Fourth row: D. Bookwater. C-
Gardner C. Crawford, 1. Harris,
F. Clevenger, j, Schnider, D.
Hormell, H. Wittlinger, D, Fef-
rell, R. Peck.
.,. ,-,. .7 . A
Flrgt row lleft to rlghth R
Son, M. Mrhellch, M. Worley
D. Carroll, N. Stelnbrenner. A
Westbrook A. Kusar, R. Va-
lenclc, B. Zales.
Second row: C. Wagner. C-
Snyder, L. Laddls, R. Queen, B
Beaudry, R. Broz, C.. Latour. P
Richard, Mr. C-ray.
Thlrd row: N. Wlcklzer, l. Sul-
luyan R. Munlc, l. Clayton. M
Costello, 1, johnson. C. Emer-
'fh, R, Laccheo.
Fourth row: R. Egenspergef. L
Totura. P. Arnold, R. Bechemer
R. Celst, S. Kollar. R, Lausche
R. Fnfolt l. Starrnan.
Flrst row lleft to rlghtl: C
Centinl, V. Mrlosevlch, R. Her-
rnan, P. Flnney, l. Hanna, M
lerklc, C. Carlson. N. Budden
C. Budden. S. Telxsman, R. Bo-
ber, L. Margo, S. Sladek, M
Second row: Mr. McBnde, C
Verbesky. B. Cluefere, C. Peru-
sek, C. Mclienzle, R. Coulc, P
Carlson, C, Beck. V Flsler B
Campbell. P. Rady, 1, Kellarn. l
Farry, I, Eells.
Third row: A. Torturrcr, D. Bar-
rett, R. Messersrnlth. O. Whit-
son, C. Marshall, l. Kutz l
jones, C. Certz, R. Frech. D.
Runo, C. l-larback. 1, Mapoaos
Fourth row: S. Welsert, D. Cla-
Ser. D. Kotz, C. Schmrtz R
Friedel, C. Dynas, I. Haunes. W.
l-lauck, S. Selta, M. McClure.
D. Delost. N. Petrlch, E. l-lln-
First row ileft to righti: I.
Corka, D. Fielding 1. Macurio,
R. Calka, N. Saint Amour, C.
Long, H. Burrington, D. Morse,
F. Diyon, B. Hail, T. Waiket,
D. Mansperger, N. Carlson.
Second row: Miss Robinson, T.
Beveridge 1. Bales, K. Lasko,
G. Koepplinger, I. Langdon, N.
Delaney, 1. Evens, B. Ciarquiio,
I. Harwood, S. Friedman, I
Andeen, 1. Marombe, Mr. Lat-
Third row: A. Saxton, A. Baker
R. Rapaszhy B. Hagy, 1. Mc-
Dermott, l.Outten, B. Mauser
A, Stalkey, D. Heeter, M. Cor-
don, D. Smith,
Fourth row: C. Towsey, A. Mii-
ier, A. Balent S. Beidin, S
Starn, P. Shrewsbury, S. Caruso
N. Ford, M. Coers, B. Hender-
First row ilett to rightiz. B
Yancher, M. Hasink, 1. Din-
woodie, S. Wettrick B. Ha-
nel. R. Abbott, 1, Kantner
P, Kubic, R. Bencen, I. Me-
gra, M. Libby. K. Paola.
Second row: Mr, Cartwright
M. Bann, F. Elreck, E. Sou-
therland, P. Maritt, C. Coe.
C. Shear, B. jolcaia, M. Skiff
I. Brew, Ci. Mayers, P. Crom,
Third row: R. Cashin, I. Burns
C. Thompson. F. Nimmo, B.
Rice, C. Laubler, E. Rose P
Bruner, C. Coatsworth, I
Welsh, C. Sieker, I. Bern-
Fourth row: E. Verh, A. Dower
B. Bartlett. I. Benntly, S
Winters, I. Selemen S. Sum-
mervill, G, Parfitt. T. Miller
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Nautiiointalll Honor Society
The National Honor Society is
sponsored by Miss Pauline Berg,
who has made our chapter active.
The activity is in the form of
monthly meetings which are both
social and inspirational. The offi-
cers at present are: President, Nor-
bert Archboldg Vice-President, jane
Sovvdeng Secretary, Lois Krebs.
Twice a year members are elected
by the faculty according to scholar-
ship, leadership, character, and ser-
vice. Students become eligible for
membership in their llA and l2A
years. This is the highest honor a
student may obtain.
First row ileft to right! : Lois Krebs, jane Sowden, Norbert Archbold, Miss Berg.
Second row: Florence Galer, Shirley Miller, Arthur Morse Bob Bailey, Bill Ragborg.
Glenn Crawford, Dick Teske, Theresa Heiser, Marjorie Bell.
The Student Council is the stu-
dent governing body of Euclid Cen-
tral. The faculty adviser is Mr.
Harry Koth, who has the assistance
of the President, janet Marshallg
Vice-President jack Poschg Secre-
tary Dolores Radio: Treasurer Wal-
First row ileft to right! : Mary jane Hillier, john Chapman, Carol Schroer, Marjorie
Bell, jack Posch, janet Marshall, Dolores Radio, Walter Kalberer, Mf-
Koth, Ann Dragonette Angela Martucci, Tom Walker.
Second row: Barbara Westbrook. jim Wright, Wesley Wheaton, Anthony Ferrato, lOE
Brancely, Theresa Heiser, joan Grze, Pat Lally, Wilma Mersnik, Arthur
Morse, Clark Hofmann janet Schaefer.
john Kaallman, Virginia Hansen, Stephine Kornprobst, Valeria Kalen.
Shirley Miller. Marge Petrick, Lois Krebs, Frances Bajzel, Dorothy Ko-
kos, jack Richard, jane Sowden Steve Kozlo, Peggy Berger.
Fourth rowi Norbert Archbold, Bob Bailey, Ray Loushin, Bill Tornazic, Bill Ragborg.
jim Ward. Don Pokorny, Gerald Yeary, Glenn Crawford, Chan Craw-
ford Charles Boyd.
The Girls' Leaders are a selected group
of girls chosen for their character, lead-
ership, sportsmanship, and dependability,
as well as their athletic ability. The
"Leaders" have charge of intramural
games, referee and assist in gym classes.
Mrs. Weber is the sponsor of this fine
, club of girls.
First row lleft to rightl: Mary Kovacich, Theresa Heiser, Lois Krebs, Rose Marie
Gribbons, Mrs. Weber, Beverly Parker, Polly Klisuric Marjorie Bell.
Second row: Ruth Recher, Mary Cherry, Lenore jerebek, Helen Stampfel, jo Ann
Rentz, Alberta Sheller, Albina Sheller,
Third row: Evelyn Tuck, janet Marshall, Mary Lou Stefanchik Ellen Hofmann, Dor-
othy Levar, Dolores Radio, Lois l-ledtky.
Fourth row: jean Kaucnik, Shirley Danley, Marge Petrick, Marsue Keyerleber, Nancy
Beck, Carol Gordon, jackie johnson, jane Sowden.
y The Hi-Y is a branch of the
. Young Men's Christian Association.
It is sponsored by john Beck. This
club is open to boys from grades
nine through twelve, who may apply
for membership by writing a letter
to the sponsor, stating the reasons
for wanting to join. A limited num-
ber are taken in each semester. The
present officers are: President, Bill
Ragborgg Vice - President, Norbert
Archbojdl SeCl'ej'3l'Y, Steve Haydu: john Stricklin, Walter Kalberer, john Bartone, Gene Vollmer, BOL
Treasurer, ROgel' Yeafy. Stahre, jim Egensperger, Gerald Yeary. Hugh Scott jack Sharpe. lBCK
Richard, Bob Baitt,
Second row: Steve Palsa, Tom Glass, Bruno Petricig, David Fielding, Alvin Gower.
Norman Misheck, Dale Walker, jack Bratel Dick Stuck, Charles Smaltz.
Herald Anderson, Al Kriz, jim Williamson, jerry Noda, Richard Clousef.
Bill Schultz, Rodger Yeary, Art Morse, Mr. Beck.
Third row: Louis Theodosian, Bill Ragborg Chuck Boyd, jim Ward, john Bann, Ron-
ald Mackay, Ken Moon, Bill Ferguson, Dick Teske. Dick Coski, Bob Her-
endeen, Steve l-laydu, Carl Zele, Ray Stampfel, Ray Stone, Dale Galer
jack Posch, Lloyd Dunlap.
Fourth row: jim Meglan, Ed Clark, john Petrenchik, Ted Grubbs, Ray Loushin. Bill
Gent Bruce Cumming, Al Strasshofer, Norbert Archbold, Andy William-
son, jim Potts, Charles Bober, Steve Papouras, Bob Marvar, jack Saef-
kow, Herman Haftner.
First row lleft to rightl: Bob Kelley, David Blauch, Dick De Genova, Gil Kostelec.
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First row ileft to righti: Corinne Brown,
Marian Poch, Alice Brack, Wilma Mersnik,
Ellen Hofmann, jane Sowden, Mary Cherry,
Mary Kovacich, Beverly Parker,
Second row: C-reta Verbsky, joan Cirze, Ruth
Ann Fletcher, Rose Marie Fletcher Evelyn
Evans, Alice Vogrinc, Lillian Yanchar, Flor-
ence Cole, Esther Kessler, Lenore jerebek,
Cornelia Zimmerman, Dorothy Olesinski, jo
Third row: Carroll Barber, Pat Lally, jackie
Boyd Evelyn Tuck, joan Bronkall, Beverly
Lewis, Rosemary Dirk, Ceil Knapp, C-reta
Cochrane, Carol Malm, Barbara Sanders,
Cieorgene Black, Winifred Willis, jane Wil-
son, Miss Hausheer.
Fourth row: jackie johnson, Valeria Kalin,
Stephanie Kornprobst Theresa Heiser, jean
jones, Barbara Keller, Katheryn Roach,
Marie Sarlo, Mary Kantner, Ethel Coulson,
Carol Cordon, Marian Shebanek, Barbara
Westbrook, janet Marshall.
Fitth row: jean Kaucnik, Marge Petrick,
Eleanor Proprotnik Lil Kinkopt, joan john-
son, Ruth Bennington, jennie Martencic,
Rosemary Miklus, Dorothy Kokos, Mary
Stetanchik, Lois Krebs, Shirla Matthews.
First row lleft to rightl: Reita Williams.
Barbara Long, Bernice jurcak, Shirley Miller,
Helen Stamptel Alberta Sheller, Dolly Ra-
dio, Polly Klisuric, Carolyn Karlovic, Lois
Second rowi june Render, joan Hutton, Mil-
dred Kozar, Mildred Podberger, jackie
C-roncla, Edna Creighton, Nancy johnson,
jonna Harwood, Ava Wagner Valerie Davis,
Pat Wade Gertrude Walz, Marilyn Zales,
Third row: Nancy Sturnpt, Alice jelco, Mary
jane lczak, Nancy Cierjevic, Marie Baitt.
Helen Snider, Eileen Schneer, Betty Saso
Mary Pfatt, Edna Smith, Ruth Frazier, Ann
Dragonette, Dorothy Levar, Lois Hedtky, jo
Clayton, joanne Hester, lrene Mollison, Pat
Blakesley, Ruth Caratalo Angela Martucci,
Fourth row: Audrey Frame, Betty Rohrbach.
Vilet Bratel, Rose Gribbons, Eleanor Cer-
mano, joan Olesinski, Mary Mavsar, Norma
C-randillo, Helen Peterson, joan Rammel,
Moynan Coe, Marge Bell Peggy Nichols,
Peggy Berger. Albina Sheller, Alma Eppick.
Frances l-lerendeen, joan Lausche, Charlotte
Fifth row: jucly Lindsay, Norma Custer,
Eunice Shirbv, Shirley Danley, Nancy Han-
sen, Adrienne Bennett joan Baeckler, Pat
Healey, Marsue Keyerleber, Barbara Shearer.
Sue Scott, Ruth Recher, Rhoda Miller, NO-
rene Kollman, Marian Cuitfre, Marilyn
The Opus '48 staff hopes to make the
third year book of E.C,l-l.S. a big success
and in future years to bring back happy
memories to the departing seniors. The
present sponsor is Mr. l-larold Blackburn,
who was also one of the sponsors of the
Opus '46, our first year book.
Editor-in-Chief .............. Ellen Hofmann
Assistant Editors . ,. .. . Marjorie Bell
i Beverly Parker
j Art Editor ..... ..... A lice jelco
Senior Editor .... Lois Kfel-US
Girls' Sports Editor . . .... jean Kaucnik
' Boys' Sports Editor . Charles Smaltz
Photographer , . . , . , . Evelyn Evans
Music Editor . . . .. jo Ann Rentz
j Faculty Editor . . , . . Helen Stampfel
,, Club Editor ....... ,.4.. j anet Marshall
j Business Manager ............,,. Dick Teske
j David Fielding
3 Assistant Business Manager. .Elizabeth Szemenyei
l Publicity ...,.,........,,.,.. Dolores Radio
Advertising ,.. ., Bill Tomazic
' First row lleft to rightl: Nancy Stumpf Marjorie Bell, Ellen l-lofmann, Mr. Black-
, burn, Dick Teske, Rose Marie Gribbons, Alice jelco.
1 Second row: janet Marshall, jean Brew, Mary Stefanchik,Helen Stampfel, Beverly Par-
ker, Mary Kovacich, jo Ann Rentz, Vilet Bratel.
Third row: jane Sowden, jackie johnson Shirley Miller, Dolores Radio, Carol Gordon.
1 Marian Shebanek, Evelyn Evans.
Fourth row: Andy Williamson, Bill Tomazic, Tom Glass, Bruce Cumming, David
Fielding, David Blauch, jean Kaucnik, Lois Krebs.
The Echo, our school paper, is
one of which we can be proud. In
previous years it has taken high
i scholastic ratings. lt is also ex-
changed with other neighboring
schools. The faculty advisers are
i Mr. Edward Hoon and Mr. Bruce
Graham, who have the assistance of
the staff headed by Ceil Knapp.
First row lleft to rightl: Morris Sugarman, Ruth Marcombe, Ray Krause. BernICe
jurcak, Ceil Knapp Ivan Weinstock, Esther Kessler, Mr. l-loon, Mr.
Graham, Reita Williams, Sue Town, janet Pegnoli, Ronald Vidmar.
Second row: Carroll Barber, joan Rammel, Lenore jerabek, Movnan Coe, Barbara
Brew, Ruth Frazier, Florence Galer Alberta Sheller, Albina Sheller, Peg-
gy Berger, Pat Lallv, Vi jean Schultz.
Third row: joan johnson, Doris Kollmorgen, Marge Petrick, Shirla Matthews, Greta
Cochrane, Barbara Westbrook, Dorothy Levar, Charlotte Mower Marie
Sarlo, Theresa l-leiser, Cornelia Zimmerman, Lou Ann Richardson, Pat
Fourth row: Tom Skiff, Douglas Miller, Dick Clouser, Gene Vollmer. juanita Cole
Mary jane Kantner, Ethel Coulson, Anne Chinchar. john Bartone, jaCls
Sharpe, john Blakesley, Angelo Dragonette, Don johnson.
l ' V .'
For the betterment of athletics and to
buy uniforms are the duties of the Var-
sity Club. This club meets on Wednes-
days, while the officers meet on Mon-
days to plan the meetings. This club does
a fine job and is a great service to ath-
letics. jim Pickman, Presidentg Don PO-
korny, Vice-Presidentg Chuck Boyd, Sec-
retaryg these boys are the leaders of the
'Left to rightl: Ed Medves, Stan Poropat, jim Pickman Don Pokorny, Bill Ragborg.
The ourocse of the Athletic Boosters
is to promote interest in sports among
the students, so the teams will have
backing. Some of its functions are sell!
ing tickets for the games, making post-
ers, soonsoring dances after the games
and other helbful things. The officers
are: President, Bob Drobnickg Vice-
President, jim Ward: Secretary, jackie
johnsong P u bl ic it y Chairman, Paul
First row lleft to rightl : Ronnie Son jim Ward, Paul Chaney, Bob Drobnick, jackie
johnson, Paul Kubic.
Second row: Dorothy Olesinski, Chuck Cesen, Bob Carlson, Bob Blynn, Elise Kalberer,
Peg Rielly Norman Simmons, Ed Zogg, Dennis Di Cenzo, Ruth Recher,
Carol Cordon Vifalter Melkerson.
Fourth row: Bob Bober, l-larry Kornprobst, john Ciuip, Dolly Perat, Matt D'Arcy, Va-
Giirllsf Aclhillecic ssociiauttiion
Everyone who goes to the noon
movies is familiar with the Movie
Club. This year we have been en-
joying the new projector which was
bought with the profits made on the
noon movies that cost two cents a
day. lvlr. Bailey is the club sponsor
and has been since l94O when the
club received its charter. The offi-
cers are: President, Ted Cirubbsg
Vice- President, jim Egenspergerl
Sec'y and Treas,, jim Meglan,
L-ul .r .Y ft-' 1 ' '
The Girls' Athletic Association
operates under a constitution deal-
ing with sports activities. lt pro-
motes skill and enioyment for girls
while they are acquiring good
sportsmanship. Points are giv-
en to each girl for participating
in sports. When lOO of these points
are obtained, a C.A.A, emblem is
awarded. Outside activities count
toward the emblem also. The asso-
ciation is sponsored by lvlrs. Weber.
The officers are: President, lean
Kaucnikg Vice-President, N a n c y
Beck, and Secretary-Treasurer, Lois
First row lleft to rightl 1 Lois l-ledtky, Nan-
cy Beck, lean Kaucnik, Mrs, Weber.
Second rowi Geraldine Neff, Audrey Frame.
Norma Custer, Shirley Danley Nancy Han-
sen, Rhoda Miller, Marion Ciuffre.
First row lleft to rightl: Nancy Stumpf, Vilet Bratel, jim Meglan, jim Egenspergef,
Ted Crubbs, Mr. Bailey, Polly Klisuric, Rose Marie C-ribbons.
Second row: Marian Shebanek, Theresa Heiser, Helen Stampfel Wilma Mersnik.
Beverly Parker, jo Ann Rentz, loan Rammel,
Third row: Norbert Archbold, Dick Stuck, Bill Ragborg, lane Sowden, jackie john-
son, Katherine Roach, Nancy Beck, janet Marshall.
. . Cllmullb
Fnrst row llett to rlghtlt john Oklcki, john
Chapman, Mr. l-lelnlenn, Morris Sugarman,
Peggy Berger, Don Moser, Whitey Carlson.
Second row: lvan Welnstock, lack Saetkow,
Bull Tomaznc l-lugh Scott, Bob Stahre, Glenn
Crawford, lane Sowden, Rodger Yeary.
Third rowi Bruce Cummung, Ralph Strohm.
Bull Mower, Harold Whntlnnger, jam Wright,
Tom Glass, Bob Kelley.
JR, Clls SS PLAY
On November Zl, 22, l947, the junior Class presented "The Whole
Town's Talking," which is a hilarious comedy about a wealthy manufacturer
who wants to "marry off" his daughter to a junior partner. ln order TO
make his partner seem more exciting and romantic to his daughter, he in-
vents a fantastic love affair involving the junior partner and a famous movie
actress. Letting the story slip out, it soon becomes the talk of the town, but
matters really become complicated when the actress and her fiance arrive
The play, under the direction of Mr, Burgin, was double cast with
twenty-six juniors taking parts.
Annie ..... . ,
Mrs. Simmons ..
Taxi Driver ....
Henry Simmons . .
Ethel Simmons . , .
Roger Shields . . ,
Chester Binney . . .
Sally Otis ...,......
Lila Wilson ...,...,.
Mrs, jackson and Girls ..
Donald Swift ....
Letty Lythe . ,
Sadie Bloom . .
Prompters . ,
. . .Phylis McNeilly, Stephanie Kornprobst
,. Wilma Mersnik Delores Perat
.. Carl Farona, Lawrence Reiter
Walter Kalberer, Don Dallas
, Peggy Berger, Mary Stefanchlk
....,, Bill Cent, jack Richards
4 . . . . Arthur Morse, Ted Cirubbs
. .. Carol Malm, Lenore jerabek
Cornelia Zimmerman, Mary Pfaff
........,, Barbara Westbrook
. . . . . , . Dick Coski, Bob Stahre
Margaret Nichols, joan johnson
.. Wilma johnson, joan Bronkall
. . .. Mary Ann Mavsar
.. Mr. Vollman, Mr. Price
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Dear Diary T
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september 3, 1947 , ', -' 9 .CQ
i . 9:
Well, school s started again and is more crowded than ever. There '
certainly are a lot of new students. 1 I S: 14.
September 5, l947 GF-
glifgnt to the Round Robin at Shaw Field and saw our team beat Garfield ,J
, 1, gap, September l9, l947
43 ' Ji. The Girls' Leaders sponsored the first dance of the year. It was
kk a Sadie Hawkins Dance and was really super.
'l X September 26, l947
A X 4 The Quiz program in assembly was a riot. The student team won, of
course, over the faculty team.
October 3, l947
Went to Bedford to see the football game and added my voice to the
cheering section for our victorious team.
October lO, I947
Today's annual Shore-Central football clash dashed my hopes to
the ground. We lost. Oh, well. Next year--
October l7, l947
The faculty took over the assembly today and really put on a show. lt
must have taken Mr. Harper a long time to learn to play the violin three
October 24, l9-47
Tried to get out of locked trunk today like Earl Lockman, escape artist.
October Sl, l947 -
Happy days are here again! N. E. O. T. A. had their meeting today and 1
we had no school.
November l l, l9-47
Went to Cala Night with you-know-who and had loads of fun. C-erry
Yeary was swell as Masternof Ceremonies and all the acts were good.
I still can't straighten up. I4
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November l4, l947
Our assemblies are getting better and better. Mr. Latter's 7B's are
talented and their program went over big with everyone.
November 2l, l947
Q Saw the junior Class Play, "The Whole Town's Talking," tonight and
n iq nearly split my sides laughing. Art Morse looked so funny in that chan-
-,, Q' delier.
" November 27, l947
1, Turkey and all the trimmings! Mmmm- I'm 50 full I can hardly
move. No school even adds to the enjoyment of Thanksgiving,
T December 5, l947
,,, ,,, What a dayl Everyone's busy. A band concert assembly, the Wick-
liff basketball game and the Opus "Scarecrow Dance" all in one day.
December lO, l947
The band had a benefit concert to raise more money for their new uni-
forms. Hope they have enough now.
December l9, l947
Finallylll We actually beat Shaw in the basketball game tonight.
What a wonderful feeling! Everyone's still cheeringlll
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December 22, 1947
Two whole weeks of vacation! Better start getting out the Christmas
lights for the tree.
january 6, 1948
Had my picture taken three times today, for the Opus, of course.
january 10, 1948
Went to the Snowball Dance and saw Shirley Miller and Bob Drobnick
crowned Snow Princess and Snow Prince. Was really nice!
january 16, 1948
What will those Seniors think of nextl HUGE, red cellophane bows
and pants at half mast! iHaven't lost a basketball game yet.l a
j8l'1Ll3I'y 22, tl. 2,23
Saw the Senior Commencement program tonight. How serious they , -81 Q
all looked, as if they missed us already. ' ,l at
February 6, 1948
l'll be hoarse for a week after that thrilling game between Shore and if-T
our Lions. We were victorious for the second time. f-r -
Went to that Foreign Affairs Card Party and had a wonderful time and
- '-,L for a good cause too.
February 28, 1948
My aching feetl l'll have to sleep for a couple of days to get back to
L f.,,1.-51, normal after the exciting Friendship Formal. Didn't get in 'til the wee
' small hours but had such funl
March 8, 1948
February 20, 1948
All-Star basketball game again. Didn't know whether to root for Army
or Navy. I had girlfriends on both teams. Those skits certainly N J,-
showed imagination. migiljg
March 18. 1948 -f, Q
The Senior Class Play was very good and showed some fine acting abil- XL 'L gl!
ity. ' SK ,-
March 30, 1948 6' X
Big Night brought out some more talent who put on a very enjoyable
program. Cieel Wish l could sing - or something!
ni? April 16, 1948
X The Concert in Swing sounded wonderful and everyone was sorry when
Q the curtain closed.
I 'A April 20, 1948
1 i Something new has been added. A Speech and Drama Nightl Shows
7 j some people really lean something in class.
.,,.4. ' April 21, 1948
Opposed Western Reserve Academy in a track meet today. These boys
sure can run. 1
April 30, 1948
Not all the talent is in the Senior High. Today was junior High Night. X
Y ' Drew a big crowd. Enjoyed every minute of the program. 0
lyiay 7, 1948
Another Patron's Concert. More wonderful music. An orchid to Mr. Q
Harper and the band.
May 15, 1948
452 ac' How do those boys do it? l get out of breath running for the bus, but
NQ to them a mile is nothing. The District track meet brought more
S H prizes to our home ground.
May 23, 1948
J Went to the Baccalaureate Service today and listened to the choir and
heard a very good talk.
May 29, 1948
My favorite dance! The Proml Had scrumptious time dancing to ,,
wonderful music. l'm sayin m coura e. ia. N1
june 1, 1948 g Y g Commencement again. There were quite a few graduating this time.
Everyone looked so proud. -'
june 4, 1948 a ff
The term certainly went by fastl School's out again and another three Lt f
months of vacation has arrived. just think! No more home-
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SR, GLASS PLAY
The Senior Class play "Berkeley Square" was presented on March l8
and l9, l948. This is a love story of a present-day American, who is un-
ceremoniously thrust into the bewigged and powdered lite of Eighteenth
Century London, and an English girl, who has been dead more than a hun-
dred years before his birth.
This year the Seniors discussed many play possibilities before the VOTE
was taken. jo-Ann Rentz was chosen student director because ot her 'fine
job as manager last year. The set was under the direction of Walter lerros.
due to the illness ot Mr. Vollman, and Mr. Edward Hoon was faculty director.
C A S T
Maid ......... ........ . . . Dorothy Olesinski
Tom Pettigrew .......,, . . . Glenn Crawford
Kate Pettigrew .......... . . . janet Marshall
The Lady Anne Pettigrew . . . . . . Shirla Matthews
Mr. Throstle ........... . . . David Fielding
Helen Pettigrew .,... . , . Marjorie Bell
The Ambassador . . . . . Dick Stuck
Mrs. Barwick . .. . . . Lois Krebs
Peter Standish .. ......., jim Ward
Marjorie Frant . . ..... Greta Cochrane
Major Clinton ........... . . . Riley Westmoreland
Miss Barrymore ........... ....... I ane Sowden
The Duchess of Devonshire . . . ...... Marion Poch
Lord Stanley .............. .... D avid Blauch
The Duke of Cumberland . . . . . Ivan Weinstock
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First row lle
tt to right' 1 Bob Campbell lAss't Managerl, Frank Sain lAss't Managerl, Myron
Mlachak, Roland Hazzard, Bruno Petricig, Bob Compton, Tom Srpan, Sam Totura,
Ed Clark, lim Ward lManager, Tonv Delgado lLine Coachl,
Bill Ragborg, Ralph Strohm Stan Poropat, Don Pokorny, lack Saetkow, Rocco
Baldassarre, Tony Martucci, Andy Bubonic, Ray Sulzer, Mike Tarasco, Ray Dries,
Ray Laushin, Coach Thompson.
Glenn Crawford, Bob Ksenich, Bill Mower, Ted Cirubbs Steve l-laydu, loe Zupanic.
Bob Drobnick lCaptainl, Ken Moon, AI Delgado, Bob Rath, Ed Me-dyes. lim Meg-
lan, Ray Stampfel, Norbert Archbold, lim Pickman.
First row Ile
ft to rightl : Carl Zele, Tome Rogers, Fred Baldassarre, Don Loomis, Dick Cousnio.
Norton Boston, Bob Scott, Ray Stone, Chuck Boyd, lerry Noda Bill Clund, DICK
DeCeneva, john Colinar.
Bob Baitt, George Evans, Richard Riebar, lim Blazek, Dick Clouser, Gene Vollmer.
Dick Welling, john Bann, Tom Skitf, jim Stewart, Lyle Braund, lack Bratel Don
Richmond, Matt D'Arcv. Bill Liptak, Bill Thomas,
Coach Calvert, Bob Sanders lAss't Coachl, Angelo Dragonette lManagerl, Bob
Bailey, Clinton Vidic, lim Callahan, lim Wright, lack Sharpe, Rodger Yeary Bill
Hughes, Well Marett, lohn Batol, Carl Farona, Bob Cranage, joe Blatnik, Ed
Potokar Steve Szemenyei, Blase Willem.
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Again the Opus has the pleasure of writing the story of a championship
First row lleft to rightl: Bill Mower, Bob Bailey, Al Delgado, Stan Poropat lCaptainl, Bob
Drobnik., Art Bosco, Hank Eichhorn.
Second row: lim Blazek lManagerl, Richard Riebar lAss't Managerl, Ronald Mackay Frank
Reilly, lim Pickman, Don Pokorny, Andy Bubonic, Coach Calvert.
team. Not only the teams of the Eastern Conference, but the teami
of greater Cleveland and townships east of here felt the sting of defeat as the
Euclid Central five rolled through its schedule defeated only by the Alumni.
The highlight of the season was when these boys defeated our rivals, Euclid
Shore, twice in the same year. ln the rallys before and after the games, the
school showed its appreciation to Coach Calvert for his hard work in devei-
oping this fine team. We hope he does just as well next year. Captain and
high-point man this year was Stan Poropat, who counted l4l points during
the regular schedule. In the tournaments the team got as far as the quar-
ter-finals by defeating an aggressive Shaker Heights team. They then lost
to a very powerful Lakewood team, a team which incidentally went all the
way to the finals. Congratulations to Stan, Coach Calvert, and the boys on
a very successful season.
Congratulations are due to yet another group of Mr. Calvert's boys, the
reserves. Although they did not win a championship, these boys lost only
two games, and missed a tie for top honors, when Shore defeated its last op-
ponent by one point. Nice going, Reservesl
S C H E D U L E
Euclid Central 63 Fairport Harbor 55
" " 48 Wickliffe 36
" " 38 Bedford 33
44 Shore 39
37 Alumni 40
45 Garfield 40
70 Maple Heights 35
30 Brush 20
50 University 34
3l Bedford 27
46 Shore 44
54 Garfield 44
70 Maple Heights 3l
56 Fairport Harbor
42 Brush 55
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First row ileft to rightl 3 Coach Miller Ken johnson, Art Bosco, joe Kochevar, joe Lovsin, joe
Likosar, Tony Martucci, Ed Mikovic.
Second row: Ray Stampfel, jim Pickman, Bruno Petricig, Ed Clark, Steve l-laydu, Ted Crubbs,
Andy Bubonic, Tom Srpan, Leo Troha.
Third row: joe Blatnik, Dick Clouser Bob Cenzen, jim Potts, Ronnie Queen, Don johnson,
Frank Sain, Bob Compton, Don Richmond.
The l947 baseball team really did a great job. Much to the pleasure of
the faculty and students, this team came through to beat Shore twice and
win the Eastern Conference title. This was a particularly good job inasmuch
as this was Coach lVliller's first year at Euclid Central. l-le worked hard
and so did the boys to develop a team that went through the schedule unde-
feated. One of the "sparkplugs" on the roster was joe Lovsin who did a
superb job on the mound. The boys got as far as the play-off and were de-
feated then by some bad breaks. l-lere's a salute to Coach Millerg may he
do as well this year,
E. C. 5 Painesville 4 E.C, l Shore O
" i wiiioughby 5 " ii Brush 3
" 3 Shore l " 7 Maple l-lts. O
3 Brush l ' l 3 Bedford O
4 Bedford l ' 3 Garfield Z
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Front row ileft to rightl: Norbert Archbold, jim Meglan, Roland l-lazzard, Cliff Boyce lCap-
tainl, Cierald Yeary, jack Saefkow Richard l-lochevar, Al Strasshofer, Bob Ksen-
ich, Ed Hodikevic, Bill Mower, Bob Drobnick.
Second row: H. McBride lAss't Coachl, Bill Carlson, Mickey Schneider, Chuck Smaltz, Al
Kriz, Bob Benke, Matt D'Arcy Ray Sulzer, jack Posch, Bill Ragborg, Rodger
Yearyg Rocco Baldassarre, john Blakesley, Dick Degenova, Wakefield Morgan.
Third row: Bill Kerslake, Bruce Cumming, joe Zupanic, Ed Medves, Al Delgado, Ervin Emery
Al Gower, Bob Pinkava, Ray Fry, Tom Skiff, Norman Misheck, Bob Scott, Ray
Sharpe Ralph Campbell.
The l947 Track Team enjoyed a very successful season last year by
winning all their dual and triangular meets, and making an impressive show-
ing at all relays and conference runnings. The thrill of the season was when
they became Eastern Greater Cleveland Champions in Class C. They
sustained another record by winning all their dual meets. lt leaves them
unbeaten in dual competition in over two years. Although all the meets are
away, the "Opus" will be in back of them wishing them a very successful
season. "C-ood Luckl"
Schedule of 1948
APRIL 2 Indoor ..... . ... A
' 9 Mentor .... .. A
" l3 Willoughby ..... , A
' l7 Mansfield Relays ........ .. A
' Zi Brush ................... .. A
' Z4 Western Reserve Academy. . . . . A
" 27 john Adams ............. . . A
MAY l Salem Relays ..,... .. A
" 8 Rocky River Relays .. .. A
" l5 District ......... .. A
Zl-22 State ...... . . A
25-29 Conference . . . . . A
Reaching its heights at Euclid Cen-
tral High School are the ever-popular
girls' sports under the direction ot
Mrs. Betty Weber, girls' physical edu-
cation instructor. Basketball, base-
ball and volleyball are still gaining in
popularity. Having a lot to do with
these sports are the Girls' Athletic
team, and one to each ot the winning
teams in the other sports which took
place during the year. Emblems are
also given to girls with seventy-tive
points or more that were obtained by
participating in sports in and out ot
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Association and the Girls Leaders
the former being the sponsor ot the
All-Star Basketball Came which takes
place in March. The girls of the two
well-known teams, Army and Navy.
are picked tor their sportsmanship and
their ability. After the game is played,
a plaque is awarded to the winning
The cheerleading squad this
year is composed of five varsity
girls, and tive reserves. The girls
have worked hard to develop bet-
ter cheers and more successful
There is also a Freshman squad
of girls. They are: Rosemary Va-
lencic, Cale Emerich, Esther Ku-
bic, Nancy Steinbrenner, Alice
The Varsity squad this year
consists of Rose Marie Cribbons,
janet Marshall, Mary Cherry,
Marge Bell, Nancy Beck.
The Reserves are: Shirley Dan-
ley, Rhoda Miller, Ruth Recher.
Bernice lurcak, Reita Williams.
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Wearing smart new uniforms of blue and gold, the Euclid Central Band
has continued to uphold its fine reputation not only in the school but
throughout C-reater Cleveland. The band and its director, lVlr, Dale Harper,
have proved themselves versatile, being equally adept at martial, classical, Or
popular music, and this undoubtedly accounts for the success of their many
public appearances. During the football season the band played at every
game at home or away with a snappy new routine each week. As a concert
band, they were seen at Cala Night, the traditional Patrons' Concerts, the
Concert in Swing, Big Night, and a special Benefit Concert to raise funds lOf
the uniforms. During the year the band also plays concerts at local indus-
tries, and visits each of the Euclid grade schools to acquaint the pupils with
the instruments and types of music. Since l942 the band has maintained
its standing in the first division of the state contest, and has consistently
placed a high number of winners in the Crreater Cleveland Solo and Ensemble
Contest. The hard work of each member and of the director have given
Euclid Central a band to be proud of.
Whether singing an old Christmas carol, the Negro spiritual, "Dry
Bones," or a popular tune like "Winter Wonderland," the sixty-eight Senior
Choir members do equally well. The selections they present are represen-
tative of the spirit of American music. And although they often appear at
assemblies and concerts, the most beautiful and memorable time is the fra-
ditional Christmas Service. To this inspiring program was added this year
the use of an organ on which Mr, john Beck, choir director, gave recitals.
From the Choir sixteen members are chosen for the lvladrigal group, which
sings tor local clubs, churches, and industries, in addition to the programs at
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No commencement without the orchestra playing "Pomp and Circum-
stancef' or no class play without the orchestra in the pit would be complete,
for this group of titty-three musicians till a special spot in Euclid Central's
lite that no other organization can take. Although the orchestra usually is as-
sisting rather than taking the spotlight, it is very impressive when it appears
at a concert with girls in formals and boys in dress suits. Also it has dis-
tinguished itselt several times by taking first place in the Greater Cleveland
Orchestra Contest of the Class A group. The Orchestra is an important part
of the musical activity of Euclid Central.
TIHUE JUNIOR BAND
ln l942, Albert Mitchel organized the junior High Band at Euclid Cen-
tral with an enrollment of thirty-tive. Since then it has almost doubled in
size and has distinguished itself in many ways. Members ot the band have
placed high in the Greater Cleveland Solo and Ensemble Contests, and it has
taken first place in the junior Band Contests. Since its first concert in l945.
the band has given at least one concert a semester. This year it appeared
on junior High Night and at the Benefit Concert. Besides the entertainment
and enjoyment it provides, the junior Band gives experience to the members
that is valuable for a place in the Senior Band.
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With sparkling white uniforms and twirling batons, our four drum ma-
jorettes strutted across the field at every football game this year. Head-
majorette, Theresa l-leiserg faculty adviser is Dale l-larper, and featured acro-
bat is Certrude Walz.
A glance in the auditorium any morning first period would reveal the
thirty-four girls of the Freshman Choir grouped around the grand piano with
their director, Arthur Cartwright.
Sweet music and swaying dancers is the setting for the Rhythmasters.
Euclid's popular dance band headed by Al Belpulsi.
Nothing is more appealing than a group of boys' voices raised in an Old
familiar tune, and this is especially true of Euclid Central's Male Chorus, di'
rected and accompanied by john Beck.
The booming drums and blaring horns of the Pep Band sound the Way
for victory at the rallies or basketball games,
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1331 Chardon Road
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Compliments of l Best 'wishes from
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LEO BONAZZA, President
World War II Veterans
MR. HAROLD BLACKBURN, Faculty Sponsor
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the Class of '48
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1150 East 222 St, 19691 Euclid Ave.
As zz fast-growing Eurlizl industrial
organization, we take pride in
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I9000 Cochran Ave.
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783 E. 222 St. l
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Good Luck from
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