Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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Al-BMIKQQQA, ? ll l W II JL., UCLIIDI N Presented by the Students of EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL I Editor I eO.e,O e.eee S eeee I S. Beverly Hpgen IL Business Managers Angelo Drogonette Kay Sturm Printing by Edw. T. Samuel, Printers Engraving by Cleveland Engraving Company Covers by Mueller Art Photography by Raimor Studios age Two -.W .1 , I Y 5-..-1... ,,,,,., .,. .,,, i F' 2 , e' . 1 - M f A ' guru I I ff'5.1'.2.,gg.M 5535-g g,fi3' efggb 5.5 J ...,.., 5. 1 IW 1 1 , n 1 gf I w J .LM-fu .M-Q .,.,..... .....M.. swf QW, 'ae , li ill I - ....,-.........i . , Fprg -, X ug. 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While many paths lead us to the four corners of the Earth, may the lessons we have learned here stand us in good stead in the years that lie ahead. EU LID H IGH Many distinguished guests were present at the impressive ceremony held in the auditorium. Among these were Governor Frank Lausche, who delivered the dedication ad- dress, Dr. Clyde Hissong, state superintendent of public instruc- tion, members of the board of education, and civic leaders. At the completion of speeches, Prin- cipal Clifford G. Owens was presented flags by Commander Howard Goebel of the American Legion, Post 343. E DEDICATION DAY Euclid Senior High was formally dedicated on Sunday afternoon, October 30, l949. A large portion of the populace attended the Dedi- cation and the open house which preceded it. This was the first opportunity Euclid residents had to inspect the completed building to which they had contributed so generously. Following the close of the pro- gram, tea was served in the cafe- teria by the Euclid Council of Parent-Teachers'Association, where the public was given an opportun- ity to meet the dignitaries, teachers, and friends. L..44.i DEDICATI We, the Euclidian staff of 1950, dedicate this book to the citizens of Euclid. Had it not been for their foresight, public spirit, and deep interest in the youth of this com- munity, our school could not have become a reality. Against tremendous odds in the way of steadily rising building costs, Euclid's citizens displayed great courage by meeting the challenge unflinchingly when the need arose for a new building. Here, we have an edifice which stands as a monument to the community. The added facilities in this new insti- tution of learning will give Euclid students of today and the future an even better chance of becoming successful citizens of our city and the world. We can iustly be proud of so fine a building which has an equal nowhere. . i""w K, .1-" . fi The Students Choice Mr. Euclid High - Fred Baldassarre Miss Euclid High - Joidu Turk ' :- ,, . 515. ,. Q . i :zen- V A- ' ' ' , 1 5, -. , '- -' 1- rl - - -H -5...'L-J.. ., ., ., in ,A ,.-All ,Aff Page Eight HER ATTENDANTS 5 a llllS UEHEHE Ellllllllllllllll lllllNllllNl The two girls chosen as attend- ants to Miss Euclid High were . elected on a similar basis, one representing the iunior, the other, the sophomore class. All V four students were chosen from a ballot of five contenders. llllllllll llllllll-lS55lllllll JUNIUR lllllNllllNl Mr. and Miss Euclid High were chosen by the student body as best exemplifying the worthy characteristics of Euclid High pupils, namely, attractiveness, friendliness, co-operation, and participation in school activities. ,FN--.c X, i .0 X . X RE'S EUCLID HIGH WITH HER SCHO ARSHI As a field, however fertile, cannot be fruitful without cultivation, neither can a mind without learning. -Cicero The pursuit of scholarship is the purpose of a school. Euclid's modern facilities in every department provide the student with an opportunity to acquire a broad basic educational foundation and to develop his talents in fields of his choosing. Euclid's faculty plays its most important role in the develop- ment of scholarship. They strive incessantly to raise to an even higher plane the standards of its scholarship. Euclid Schools have sent sons and daughters out into the world who have captured more than a fair share of laurels. Most of the molders of youth at these older institutions of learning continue to help direct us toward a better, more secure destiny in their new workshop at Euclid High. HER SPORTSMANSHIP For when the One Great Scorer comes to write against your name, He marks-not that you won or lost-but how you played the game. -Grantland Rice Sportsmanship is one of the outstanding qualities of Euclid High. "On the square" fittingly describes her not only in athletics, but also in other competitive activities. The student body is invariably first to praise the achievements and victories of a rival, for their aim is always to play the game fairly and render honest, praiseworthy opinions of other schools. Euclid accepts defeat as a challenge to her sportsmanship. Euclidites are staunch 'Followers of their own teams and are ready to give credit for a hard-fought game, even if a team should fail to bring home a victory. .wm -ugmfmwqntumn -11.1 lim nsmswmf ..m1 AN HER FRIE DSHIP Friendship is a word the very sight of which in print makes the heart warm. -Augustine Birrell Many friendships have developed through work and play here at Euclid. Daily contact and innumerable social affairs have afforded the student body an opportunity to become better acquainted. Diversified recreational clubs have brought together students who possess similar interests, while sport events have instilled a keener sense of belonging and appreciation of one another in Euclid High pupils. These activities have helped form and bind countless friendships. x EU LID HIGH REVIEW CONTENTS Our Faculty ..,v . Class of 1950 , ... . ...,,,,, Class of 1951 ssssss. .,,,.,,, Class of 1952 ,ssssss sss,ssss Our Curriculum Our Activities .,.,,.. ,.,..... Our Publications Our Dramatlcs ..ssA .,.,,.,. Our Music Girls' Athletics s,s.. sss.ssss Boys' Athletics as Our Social Life sssss .3 Our Advertisers Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 13- 20 21- 54 55- 66 67- 74 75- 82 83-102 103-108 109-114 115-124 125-132 133-148 149-160 161-187 Page Twelve - - :rf -:S. ., 5P " YAC BLT I n BOARD OF EDUCATION This yearbook represents an important milestone. Other classes have graduated from Central and Shore, but this book tells the story of the first January and the first June class to be graduated from the Senior High School. The young people ot this class have had the privilege ot completing their work in a time of a historical educa- tional experience. No other class can have this distinction. I am hoping that the mem- bers appreciate this situation and will always have reason to recall the pleasant days and the happy experiences that they had in this outstanding building. Russell H. Erwine Row One-Mr. Loyal E. Luikart, Vice-President, Mr. Russell Glass, President, Mr. Russell H. Erwine, Super- intendent, Mr. John F. Davis. Row Two-Mr. Stewart A. Cox, Clerk-Treasurer, Mr. Frank B. Mills, Mr. C. E. Bowman, Mr. Ray .l. Turk. Page Fourteen 'Fr- , . CLIFFORD G. OWENS-Principal :N I fl. ff! HARRIET SHEATS--Deon of Girls ADMINISTRATION x, f -:ar I I 1' Y' v 11... V W, , R ' I , .. , .nf ' ' f " X . "3"2,. Q5 , R 1 I I II , +5 4 fi , . .l V. ,, , 1- . ,k fm, ' I . - :1.. "f'- ,-113731311 . V. ,, ' J. 'WYE 'IIA' -'-VI if A 1:1 f-' ' ' ily, f' QT: 'K WALTER SCHWEGLER-Vice-Principal X Y" , I I5g,f5f,: MERYL R. BAUMER-Deon of Boys Page Fiffeen I I I FACULTY G y ff? "' was , -az: ix V- I X 3 of' , E " tg-,L W' ...- ww' LUCILLE AINGWORTH LESTER ANGENE English Junior Red Cross Club LILLIAN BARROW Commercial Knitting Club 'rs RRS X. ' . x-My x....' ex sl',XC1g-,5. 'gs.Y -Qi x X 12 '- -cg Page Sixteen Chairman ot English Department English, Psychology ROY APPLE Journalism, English SURVEY Advisor Writing for Fun Club EUCLIDIAN Advisor Junior Play Director XF, OLIN BAILEY Biology Visual Education Movie Club JOHN BECK PAULINE BERG HAROLD BLACKBURN Vocal Music English English A Capella Choir, Boys' Music Appreciation Club Golf Coach Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Literary Club Modrigols Singing for Fun Club ROBERT BENNETT Social Studies, Business EUCLIDIAN Business Advisor Hi-Y Club Dancing Club JEAN BOWDITCH School Librarian CLEMENS BLAUCH Social Studies School Treasurer ADRIAN BUERGER Mathematics Mathematics for Fun Club f rx.-ceq., fl K4 FACULTY 'JT v"5-If-"iw .,,. . if ag: fa. . t 4 X ,.f L tl fix I if -wnwifwl A, N JAMES CALVERT PERA CAMPBELL FORD CASE Physical Education, English Industrial Arts Science Future Teachers of Stage Club Basketball Coach America Assistant Football Coach Gymnastics Club SPARTOCO DI BIASIO CLARENCE ECKERT .IAMES GEBHART Physical Education, Industrial Arts Chairman of Science Science Wrestling Coach Department Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Science Reserve Basketball Coach National Athletic Scholastic Society First Aid Club WILMA GILLMAN Social Studies, Languages, Business Friendship Club Cheerleaders Practice Club DALE HARPER Chairman of Music Department Instrumental Music, Music Theory Whittling Club BRUCE GRAHAM Social Studies Senior Class Sponsor SURVEY Business Advisor Bridge Club LEON HEINLEIN Science, Mathematics, Automotives Science Club P.A. Technicians Club Camera Club -', QQ' --...A LOUISE DARST Chairman of Commercial Department Commercial Canasta Club DOROTHY GILL Chairman of Girls! Physical Education Department Physical Education Girls Leaders Club Girls Athletic Association Maiorette Club 'xx -,f ,,,f gf?-gf Y ' af ....., FACULTY -,.-- I MARION HODDICK Chairman of Home Arts Department Home Arts Social Club Co-ordinator HARRY KOTH Chairman of Mathe- matics Department Mathematics, Science Student Council X . X 1' sv ,vis an 'M DOROTHY HOGAN Assistant Librarian EDITH LEMON Home Arts Junior Red Cross Club Meteorology '3 S. iqg Q, 2 1. :Q -L 3 - :jd .,,: 'N' - Qgsfamp ' f - X . vs-1b1:::wb -1, : 1 r "'x3fY'- '2'I,. ' "r, , - .. ,M 5 55. , X ::1.:2:i:2,-:rally '-'51,.1-'Kiwi-2:5:.,f: qs- .ref- 111- .sf-I wg : 1:-g:,g-1 ai --:-:-: 'Lv . 2.fgSgW.1.-'. Qzgifgjgzgiygwj t' .' , . v.9:ii1E,:: .311 -.E1PS'I,sI12i-SESS: sr -if--:WF IX .- x fir 52. A . f Page Eighteen 4 3. I ' - Ev in IK . :IX ,gf Xa., .,..:,g.:QsS 1 I 'sf' 4 if xi is x gg M 3l59ifi"'fs:?' ' 2. siiii . 5 I RICHARD KEAY Science Director of Athletics ROBERT LEWIS Swimming, Physical Education Swimming Cadets Boys Life Saving MARGARETTE PATRICK HEINTZ English, Language, Business Junior Class Sponsor Needlework Club JOHN POHTO Industrial Arts Baseball Coach Megaphone Club Diamond Sports Club 'wi-1 if " ., ,, X J , . get S : ,. .,,, : gs. . .ff CECELIA KNAPP Assistant Librarian NEIL MAC KEIGAN Chairman of Language Department Language, English P.A. Anncuncers Club French Club JUNE PHYPERS Commercial Home Nursing Club NICHOLAS PRICE Industrial Arts Chess Club HELEN STEWART X x, .-,MF , i sf W iffy , 2 ' NY it 1 ' S .mfr M , , ,L - .5 M D 1 ,J 'L '- Q f yr' , JOHN REEVES Commercial Checkers Club Social Studies World Affairs Club RUTH VERMILLION English, Language Friendship Club STANLEY WHITESIDE Chairman of Social Studies Department Social Studies, Business National Honor Society Round Table Club Kl,.f..,,h-K, N V i N" ee "f Ea.: FACULTY i -. 540 H X Kc- . - I sr , We l X r, -- 5' .7 -. w , :' 'Q5f' 5 .2,:gi"'.1,,, A 4' . f 'ft . i s Ai: I? 5. 5 l . GRACE SHEPARD DELMAR V. SMITH HARRY SPANGLER Swimming, Physical Chairman of Commercial Science Education Ca-Op Department Athletic Manager Swimming Cadets Commercial Acl Club Girls Lite Saving Flower Club Synchronized Swimming Dancing Club IRA M. STUBBART CLARENCE SWACKHAMER ANTHONY V. Mathematics Chairman of Boy's VACCARIELLO Hi-Y Club Physical Education English, Language Assistant Track Coach FRED VOLLMAN Chairman ot Art Industrial Arts Department Art, Automotives Art Club BEULA WILSON Mathematics Friendship Club and Department Physical Education, Science Track Coach Boys Leaders Club -w ,VX 1 - ww f,,,. .Hi L Ivy 44.51, :if 51- nef- Sophomore Class Sponsor Pinochle Club X . W ...- fn X . y W i " - Page Nineteen WITHOUT THESE PEOPLE? DOLORES FONDRAN WINIFRED WILLIS OHice Secretary Switchboard Operator DOROTHY BIEBERLE GEORGE BREWSTER School Nurse Custodian DR. M. L. MARTEN School Physician Page Tweniy 955 ENXGR CQ? X950 I F SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS -' : -25215. W, ,... ,,. 4 z . - -af: . Qs: ...:.:.-: -.A-. 1 ,, x s: ,,, . 'S ,Q 5 :V ,,,, ,..:- : lg Q 5 sl, ,,,- - 1 T 1 i January Class Officers Jim Blazek, President, Bill Lindsay, Vice-President, Joan Christopher, Secretary, and Joe Bresnan, Treasurer, discussing graduation plans at the main entrance. Page Twenty-two June Class Officers Harold Moses, Treasurer, Ralph Strohm, Vice-President, Joan Toth, Secretary, and Jim Wright, President, assembled at the auditorium entrance. JUDITH ABBOTT Never a care in the world Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Jr. Class V. Pres., F.1'.A. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, Paper Staff 3,4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Sewing Club 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Pres. 3. MARILYN ABBOTT Enthusiasm-love for sports Makes for success on many courts Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. B. Class Treas., G.L.C. 3, 4, Swim Cadettes 4, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Newcomers 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ath. Bd. 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Stott, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 2, Choir 1, P.A. Club 3, 4, Math for Fun 4. CONSTANCE ALTER She lives by admiration and love Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Paper Stat? 2, 3, 4, Ed. Bd. 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, Maiorette Club 1, 2, Choir 2, 3, Bridge Club 4. ELIZABETH AUER She found a way to stay carefree and gay Jr. Class Pres., Service Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 2, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Stat? 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Stag, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 4, Sr. Planning Comm., First Aid 4. ROBERT BAITT It's the bait that attracts the best catch Student Council 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Paper Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Golf 3, Letterwinner 3. LAVERNE BICKLEY A friendly gal with many pals Paper Staff 3, Sr. Play Staff, Big Sisters 4, Knitting Club 1, 3, Sports and Games Club 2, Sewing Club 4, Needlework Club 4. JAMES BLAZEK Our votes went to him, this smilin' Jim Sr. A Class Pres., B.L.C. 4, Paper Stat? 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Mgr. 3, 4, Track 1, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, Sr. Planning Comm., Varsity Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. RAYMOND BRANDT - He was "Delt" a Case of friends Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Student Council 3, Ad Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Sr. Play Staff, Newcomers 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, "Mr, Shore" 3. GEORGIA BRASCH Take a pair of sparkling eyes Swim Cadettes 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Stat? 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Letterwinner 3, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 2, 3. JACK BRATEL And he has taught us laughter B.L.C. 4, Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Choir 1, 3, 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Varsity Club 3, 4. SENIORS ,gms . . v ' 2.5961 9... . , s W' 4 6 , xf' f -. -. Qg. wp' .1r1qg,.:.- " u 1 if ix ' ii v V we Mws X Nw' btw' Page Twenty-th ree CLASS OF 'I950 .sg 1 by 7 5 4. x 1 , , . l ,ff Hem M ' .1 l ,-45.-?f' l . I.. I wal... 9 Q ,ex 6 FJ YW . 'f Q 5 1 4 X K S s ,iii x ,Ze l 4 X' ga P f Q -,-ye 51 ' S, Q it Q M 'Miva l x if s 1 41 1 'N a, . I L : " fps IUW .genes ... ,Yi V ,gb ifvbg ' !'R"1 if M537 '94 x KR? ,ww Sm- Y' . 'P Q . 'UN A . 331 W' fin-ef.. I ,. , 1 ww.- -issremxs.. is JOSEPH BRESNAN He has that "Winning Way" Sr. A Class Treas., B.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Prom Comm., Choir 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, Sr. Planning Comm. DIANA CALABRESE A twin delight who's quite all right Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Stat? 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 4, Sr. Play Stott Jr. Play Staff, Dancing Club 4. MILDRED CALABRESE She proves that two are better than one Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Statt 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 4, Sr. Play Staff, Jr, Play Stalt, Dancing Club 4. RICHARD CALLALY He was smart in winning Mary Ann's heart Paper Stott 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Canasta Club 4. MARY CARDINALE She went to our hearts on wings at song Y-Teen I, 2, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 4, World Affairs Club 4, Sec. 4. JOAN CHRISTOPHER A constant source of surprises Natl. Hon. Soc, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Ad. Bcl. 3, 4, Sr. A Class Sec., Sr. B Class V. Pres., G.L.C. 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, V. Pres. 2, 3, Sr. Sister 3, 4, Paper Staff 2, 3, 4, Ed. Bd. 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Stag, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 2, Megaphone Club I, 2, 3, Cheerleader I, Choir 2, 3, Sr. Planning Comm., Bridge Club 4. ROSELLA CHRISTOPHER She Rose to a place in our hearts ff we X 1, , gag Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, c.A.A. 1, choir 1, 2, Knitting Club 4. -we .1-5,wQt .af W:"f'-'fr BRUCE COONS To know him IS to understand him Jr Play Staft Sr Play Staff Stage Crewi 2 3 4 Canasta Club 4 PHILIP DOGANIERO His cares are few H1 Y 3 4 Ad Club I 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 Basketball Mgr 3 4 Baseball 'I Letterwmner 4 Jr Play Stal? Cho1r I 1 'N 'X' 1 ., X. , e . M Q A . . . . ' ii ' '- , 1 , , 1 , : 2 2 is 1 ww' I N. ik-' I ' -- . DOROTHY EARL .XY ., ,f NE I I ,, gait M . Page Twenty tour As royal as an earl Y Teen 3 4 Paper Staff 4 G A A 4 Science Club 4 Needle vork Club 4 Jr Red Cross 3 4 V Pres 3 Treas 4 MONA EGGER She shines from within Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Sr. B. Class Sec., G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4, Basketball Queen 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Pres. 2, 3, Newcomers 2, Yearbook Stat? 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Majorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Megaphone 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2. ANTONETTE GIUNTA She rates high on the basketball court Paper Stag 3, Pinochle Club 2, Sewing Club 3, Sports and Games 1, Embroidery Club 4, Sr. Sisters 2. .IACQUELINE GORDON In calm tranquillity she shall reign Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staft, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 1, 2, Megaphone Club 1, 2, Chair 1, 2, 3, Bridge Club 4. JULIAN GREVE They call him Peppy Hi-Y 3, 4, Newcomers 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Baseball 4, Jr. Play Cast, Sr. Play Staff, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Diamond Sports 4. ESTHER HAUSER She enjoys the pleasures she gives Student Council 1, 2, 4, Swim Cadettes 4, Ad Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Maioretre Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, P.A. Club 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Dancing Club 4. PATRICK HILL This Hill is really smooth Entered from Cathedral Latin in Senior year Hi-Y 4, Newcomers 4, Track 4, Sr. Play Staff, Red Cross 4. WILBERT HOFFMAN Knowing him makes you like him Football 4, Baseball Mgr. 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, Stage Crew 4, Canasta Club 4. MARY ANN HOLDREN In her quietness, she'll be heard Swim Cadettes 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Maiorette Club 1, 2, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 3, Canasta Club 4. NEIL HOPE There's Hope in the 'future Entered from St. Ignatius in Junior year Hi-Y 3, 4, Choir 4. RICHARD HRIBAR Commendable and Dependable Student Council 1, B.L.C. 4, Hi-Y 4, Football 1, Basketball Mgr. 3, 4, Golf 4, Letterwinner 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Chess and Checkers 4, Card Club 3. N 4 . . " x IVF' 'A- X 2 SENIORS ,- ,S ' v lf? ' '67 5 Hi L ,NY ., , ., . lgbiw-N-L . A -A if 'T .w I ti' ,rms Y Q' I ' ., : X gg, 'W' ef . 1, . L V Q A i . .,., e 4.2 - ,,,-4 .bl 5 -X ,stiff ,. 1 K .. . S fax - fx. f ' ' K' -HMM fl '-Q-"" . s. f R, fi" A, -. A 9332:- selv- ' .N-. . -Q-ff-" . vc., Q, . fy: 3, ef fini-'5 42" .f"3,gQ fn' rf' l . MM, Lx -r Page Twenty-five CLASS OF 1950 'QE' Ev- -M.-0 'Sw .glv"' wiv ,..-I as: ' gr. '52 X: Wag, , ' - :Y . 'fiif s -i1f' : ' . 31, E, 5 1 33: A if ' : I , W,-M-s W? Page Twenty sux ,ni B-gs. 5,312+ xX get DONALD HURLESS Everything will come if a man will only wait Basketball 3, Baseball 3, 4, Letterwinner 4, Band l, 2, 3, Scale and Triangle 'l, 2, 3, Math for Fun 4. ANN JEHLICKA Speech is great, but silence is greater Y-Teen 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Needlework Club 4. BETTY JOHNSON Everything new appears beautiful Entered from John Hay in Senior year Student Council 4, Newcomers 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Bridge Club 4, GERALD KEYES He IS the Key to Be-Bop B.L.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Wrestling 'l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Red Cross 4. ROBERT KLUN Klun's a clown Football 'l, 2, Track Mgr. 3, 4, Stage Crew 4, Varsity Club 4, Chess and Checkers 3. WILLIAM KOSHKO Athough he says little, he knows much Baseball T, Round Table 4. THEODORE KOLTHOFF Simplicity is his motto Yearbook Stuff 4- Choir 'I 2 3' Singing for Fun 4. DAVID KRAMER Today small in frame Tomorrow tall in fame H1 Y 3 Jr Play Cast Band 'l 2 3 4 Scale and Triangle 3 LOIS KUSAR A worker with a will Jr A Class Sec Sr B Class Treos Y Teen 2 Sr Play StaFf Choir l Polka Club 3 Singing for Fun T 2 4 Sr Sisters 3 4 EDWARD LAIRD Give hum his boots and saddle C Fo tbull 3 Wrestling l Choir 'l 3 4 nastics Club 2 3 Card Club 3 Polka Club 2 Chess and Checkers 1 Traveling Club 2 , , , , -sa' Tv' -4...--'N' Nudi - I ' - 1 - 2 - , , . : . .Z'?ss,g. 5 .'-if ' Y . ,W x . ., . .5 - 1 . I . . - ' I- xt 5 . I A . . . - , " N ' , I r 1 I Q 1 - s A fy s Q .......-r A . .Q .W A - Q.-Q '-va-,, 1. . ' . ' . , -,LC ,. B.L. . 3, o , , , 2, , , Gym :xx - -4 ,Sq-qs.: .xx i . - , . R. . ,N 5 , I I 1 I gh N QC51 I- :QEQDN-.If"'Z X tl' PN ,. Qiiemi I nh WILLIAM LANDEG One of the best Hi-Y 45 Football 35 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Letterwinner 45 Scale and Triangle 45 Dancing Club 4. BOB LIMBERS Effort is his middle name B.L.C. 25 Paper Stat? 45 Band I, 2, 35 Gymnastics Club 4. WILLIAM LINDSAY He holds the Key to Success Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Ad. Bd. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, V. Pres. 4, Planning Comm.5 Sr. Class Pres.: Sr. A Class V. Pres.5 F.T.A. 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 45 Big Brothers 35 Key Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Newcomers I, 25 Paper Staff 45 Yearbook Staff 35 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I5 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Letter- winner 35 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Jr. Play StafF5 Prom Comm.5 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Sr. Planning Comm. 45 Dancing Club 4. BARBARA LONG Unpretentious in everything she does Student Council I5 Y-Teen I, 25 Sr. Play Staf't5 Choir I, 25 Sr. Sisters 35 Polka Club 3, 45 Knitting Club I5 Needlework Club 4. PATRICK MALONEY Slim and trim B.L.C. 35 Paper Stat? 25 Choir I, 2, 3, 45 Dancing Club I, 25 World Affairs Club 3, 4. ROBERT MARICH My Kingdom for a football Student Council 35 Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Letterwinner I5 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 First Aid Club 4. ANGELINE MARTUCCI Not quantity-lt's quality that counts Natl. Hon. Soc. 45 Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4, Planning Comm.5 Freshman Class V. Pres.5 Jr. Class Pres.5 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 45 Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. I5 Paper Staff 45 Jr. Play StaFf5 Music Appreciation 45 G.L.C. 3, 4. ARDELLE MEYERS Notl1ing's impossible to a willing heart Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Ad. Bd. 3, 4, Planning Comm.5 Jr. A Class Treas.5 G.l.C. 3, 45 Ad Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 45 Service Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 45 Track Queen 4, Football Attendant 35 Y-Teen I, 2, 3 45 Sr. Sisters 3 45 Newcomers I5 Yearbook Staff 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 Jr. Play 5taFf5 Sr. Play StaH5 Prom Comm.5 Maiorette Club I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 45 Megaphone Club I, 2. DOLORES MIHOK Starry eyes, merry ways Entered from Glenville in Junior year Y-Teen 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Jr. Play Staff5 Sr. Play Staff5 Bridge Club 4. RAYMOND MONACELLI Clothes make the man Hi-Y 3, 45 Ad. Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Jr. Play Stafl:5 Prom Comm.5 Band I, 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Stage Crew I, 25 Movie Club I, 2. SENIORS J, .- 4...f' w...- i i X fi Iii QP, ff' s c. '-Jfftc , A ,.,, , 4' . u1,,5g,.f. A. . sf-1..'f5'122.,' IN vi Q ' Q! mx ,xx -iii . .5 ' ,WEA . Htfrgzzgag New X--31+-.,: , I- 5- Q5 -1' 1 z Page Twenty seven ,,...!v' CLASS OF 1950 A we . ' 'I .-4. N-5,1 -. 53- 3 s I , 0-ss vwifiisf-E - .3 .+ S sn . Q Q 3' .x QJ.-p "' I . ,- H . g, ..,f.a Mm 3 1:6359-44-1. -SPF 'XWN i g, Nw- N , .f? tf1rm 'ig ,V .3 it' -' YV' R 5353 '55-if 2iX?i':f'Ef' ' :-S. 15-. . 15 f ...,:..s, ,- f- .2 me N s,,,..s,9 A .Q , . .-2 fr . a -. isfff -If:-ffe:.'f, ' Q- Sit ka' .' b::fEw ,,i ' 11. . . , gg. ' 2 T"'- 'Q-ff N ww : -'s' kwa ' N - It gait N, , . . ' -' l--"'E'L" ":"Q'fi ' ff.: Rf- ' Q1 '- .f1'l'A:-.fi Z. a X' ,,::' X ' J vw ' 'YQ 1 S SEM i.. N ' 1-- : .si ' -5. 5, -E351--ms . .V .. ,W X - ' ' , X '4sQ:..,s..,.- '1e.:...- 'A , Qtbl A ., ' f.2:fi'5? RQ Q . x ,,. . .4-so-f .. .tan 'Qwx-.. wax? X :N 'BK ,Q QSQQ. Q . xx SESS. '- - 'V ' X Nash... s' Page Twenty-eight .,. s. "N -. , 1 .2 ff' QA ......-ff S N l NQA.-f gm , - 4 ' iigiif? , H. -:Q 1 I 3 ISK. ,wsq S .g. X -- - -"' disk .5 X Q RALPH MOON Cheer up, people, the Good Humor man is here B.L.C. 4, Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Ad Club 1, 2, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3 4, Letter- winner 2, N.A.S.S. 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 4, Gymnastics Club 4, Megaphone Club 3. DONALD MOSER His talk is slow, but his accomplishments grow Hi-Y 4, Paper Staff 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Asst. Ed. 4, Jr. Play Cast, Sr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., P.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Camera Club 1, 2, Sec. 1, Astronomy Club 3, V. Pres. 3, Physics Club 4. EDWARD NOBBE The best athlete plays to win Hi-Y 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Man. Ed. 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 2, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Stott, Prom Comm., Stage Crew 4. ANTHONY PARlSl A pinch of "Punch" makes for popularity Hi-Y 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Football 1, 2 ,3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, Letterwinner 4, Stage Crew 4, Canasta Club 4. LONA PRESTON She taps happiness with her dancing feet Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 2, Megaphone Club 2, Choir 3, 4, First Aid Club 4. ROBERT REPLOGLE A pleasing way with little to say Paper Stat? 4, Scale and Triangle 4. NANCY RICE When Nancy comes marching home again, hurrahl hurrah! Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staiif, Sr. Play Staft, Maiorette Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, First Aid Club 4. KENNETH SAYWELL We say well of Ken Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 4. MELVYN SELBY ' Friendliness excels VIRGINIA SHUPE An engaging little Miss Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, Paper Staff 2, Prom Comm., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Movie Club 3, 4, Card Club 3, Home Nursing 4, Knitting Club 2. PATRICIA SOLON Pat puts her "Sol" into everything she does Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Ad. Bd. 4, G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Ad Club 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Newcomers 1, Paper Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Choir 1, 3, Bridge Club 4. ALAN STEGKAMPER We're glad to have him with us Hi-Y 3, 4, Card Club 4. EUGENE STOCKHAUS Each man is iustified in his own individuality JOHN STRICKLIN A faithful hand in Euclid's band Student Council Planning Comm., Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Paper Stal? 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Travel Club 1. LORETTA SVARPA A "Model" person Student Council 4, Jr. Class Treas., Ath. Assoc. 4, Sr. Sisters 3, 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Traveling Club 3, Singing for Fun 4. PATRICIA WADE Born to play, and play she will Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Nursing 4, Sec. 4. DORIS WALLAND A short but happy story Sr. Sisters 1, 2, Paper Staff 1, Traveling Club 1, Knitting Club 1, 2, Singing for Fun 1. ELEANOR WALTEMADE Strong in will, Ellie fits the bill Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 4, Newcomers 1, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Letter- winner 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Stay, Maiorette Club 1, 2, 3, Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Dancing Club 4. GERTRUDE WALZ A high-stepping leader, fame will surely greet her Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Student Council 3, 4, Planning Comm., Soph. Class Sec., Jr. Class Pres., G.L.C. 3, F,T.A. 2, 3, V. Pres. 3, Track Attendant 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, Sr. Sisters 3, Prom Comm., Mcxiorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Maior- ette 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader 4, Movie Club 3. ALICE WHITE Slowness is sure Sr. Sisters 2, Paper Staff 1, Knitting Club 3, Garden Club 1. SENIORS 7 , 'gov -ff' ,El fi' . 4-as i' 'Q' 43 'Vx XL.. . 1--...ff IDN 1:5239 531' 'ffgf' ,,....-- Page Twenty-nine CLASS OF 1950 Q , . , ,, 3: Blase the trail when you want to succeed ""'5 .. QQEZEZIU, Hi-Y 47 Football l, Mgr. 47 Basketball i7 Golf 47 Canasta ' . -, " 'i I' gi, J 575132. ,b I it Club 47 Chess and Checkers 2, 37 Card Club 'l. it EUGENE wn.soN . " f,:.j if ' He conquers who endures ,.,. Hi-Y 3, 47 Football 'l, 2, 3, 47 Baseball 'l, 2, 3, 47 Wrestling "" X- 1. 2. 3. 4: I-effefwifmef 2: Bvnd 1. 2. 3: Choi' 41 DGHCW9 :Sl XIN SR- -X , -1-V : fw5f35kQ'g ' riff- is .:f.:.:,:-::,:5gI.g23-2.15:etfxsgsr. A X-1212. 6' :ra ' Club 4. Wif- W. iliil wh. ,, ' - Q' my x. 'Nu' K "0-':r:"' Page Thirty 7 JAMES WOODRUFF Easy going, easy knowing B.l..C. 3, 47 Swim Cadets 47 Hi-Y 3, 47 Ad Club 3, 47 New- comers 37 Choir 1, 2. ROGER YEARY Everything fine? ROGER! Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 47 Student Council 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Planning Comm.7 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 37 Track 2, 3, 47 Letterwinner 37 Band 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 2, 3, 47 P.A. Club 2, 37 Gymnastics Club 2. ROBERT YOUNG Bob's heart was young and gay Swim Cadets 47 Football 'l7 Baseball 'l, 47 Wrestling 1, 27 Sr. Play Staff. MARILYN ZALES Genius tinds its own road Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 47 Sr. Sisters 37 Yearbook Staff 47 Sr. Play Cast7 Band i, 2, 3, 47 Orchestra l,' 2, 3, 47 Home Nursing 4, Treas. 47 Knitting Club 'l. CHARLES ZNIDARSIC Born to be funny B.L.C. 47 Hi-Y 47 Basketball 47 Letterwinner 47 Jr. Play Sldgj Sr. Play SlGgf Choir 2. MARY AKOS To climb steep hills requires slow pace at first Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 47 Jr. Sisters 37 Yearbook Staff 47 G.A.A. 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Knitting Club 47 Sr. Play Staff. JERRY ARKO With his car he'll travel tar NYY NN? Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Ath. Assoc. 37 Paper Stafif 37 Jr. Play Cast7 Choir 2, 37 Drama Club 'I7 Travel Club 27 Polka Club 37 Music Appreciation 47 Dancing Club 4. FRED BALDASSARRE -pmuww sv An all round guy whose friends rate him high Natl. Hon. Soc. 47 B.l..C. 4, Pres. 47 Football 2, 3, 47 Basket- ball 27 Baseball 2, 3, 47 Letterwinner 27 N.A.S.S. 3, 47 Varsity Club 'l, 37 "Mr. Euclid High" 4. LENORE BALTUS A merry heart goes all day Y-Teen l, 2, 35 Yearbook Stat? 25 Choir I, 25 Singing tor Fun 4. KATHARINE BATES Little feet stepping into a big world Quill and Scroll 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Ad Club 2, 35 Service Club 35 Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 35 Paper Staff 25 Yearbook Staff 4, Art Ed. 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Cast5 Prom. Comm.5 Megaphone Club 35 Choir I,2, 35 Bridge Club 45 Sr. Play Staff. JOHN BAUMANN A smile shining with personality Natl. Hon. Soc. 45 Student Council 'l, 2, 3, 45 B.L.C. 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Wrestling 45 Track 25 Jr. Play StaH'5 Prom Comm.5 Movie Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 35 Polka Club 25 Camera Club l5 Key Club 3, 4, V. Pres., and Pres. 45 Sr. Play Cast. WILLIAM BECKER Occupation is the basis for enioyment Scale and Triangle 3, 4. RICHARD BERICHON lgnatius's gift to Euclid Entered from St. Ignatius in Senior year Yearbook Staff 45 Diamond Sports 45 Baseball Manager 4. JOAN BERLIN Deeds, not words, are repaid Y-Teen 'I5 Knitting Club 25 Garden Club 35 Needlework Club 4. GEORGE BLANCHFIELD A prize package, this tighter B.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Letterwinner 35 Choir 2, 3. DOLORES BODUROFF Always gay, that's her way Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 'I5 Paper Stat? 3, 45 Yearbook Stat? 3, 45 Prom Comm.5 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chess and Checkers 35 Writing for Fun 45 Dancing Club 45 Card Club I5 Spanish Club 2, Pres. 25 Sr. Play Stott. .IUDITH BOSANKO Naturalness is her virtue Natl. Hon. Soc. 45 Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 25 Yearbook Staff 45 G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play StaFf5 Singing for Fun 45 Sr. Play Stalf. lYLE BRAUND Brain, beauty, and "Braund" Football 2, 3, Capt. 35 Baseball 25 Track 3, 45 Letterwinner 35 Physics Club 45 Camera Club 25 Chess and Checkers 35 Science Club 45 Meteorology Club 4, Co-Pres. 4. SEN IORS Z' x sur' Q-ff" -ZZ? .. wg. ,I il" 'haw 4 A g .ivzqk X 4 , ggi VX, :',f,rg:g: -xg-, if zgsw 1. X O if? str-, ff " 5 g., 55: Page Thirty-one CLASS OF 1950 4. PHILIP BREMSER The height of delight v"""W Hi-Y 4, Football 'I, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Letter- 3',.,? 5 ,, ., E f' 1 V M.- . ,N . . . e , Y " ' ws.. ,..,. Q .... F X Y at N . ,sm , ,. f. - 'f Iwi ,mf . winner 3, P.A. Club 3, 4, Card Club 4, Science Club 4, Meteorology Club, Co-Pres. 4, Track 3, 4. Q, M.,-...,....w',, DANIEL BRENNAN An all round good fellow Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Camera Club I, Card Club 2, Star Gazers Club 3. BEVERLY BREWSTER l Student Council l, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Treas. 2, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Singing for Fun 4. Sincerity triumphs over all Q MARGARET BRODNAN A first rate athlete Entered from Chardon in Senior year f F.T.A. 3, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3. :xi ii . MICHELE BROWN - -. Travel teaches toleration Entered 'From Pensacola in Senior year 1 Art Club 3, Literary Club 4. 1 " ' MQ? 5 qw x...,.,...+a RONALD BROWN A penny saved is a penny earned Dancing Club 4. ROBERT BUBONIC The world is ruled by imagination Hi-Y 3, 4, Paper StaFIi 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Card ,age wane and Games l, 2, Flower Club I, Writing for Fun I. Nu GERALDINE BUSCH With determination for her motto, she'Il surely succeed Y-Teen 'I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. I, Paper Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Choir I, 2, Pinochle Club 4, Drama Club I, 2, Sr. Play Stott. Q: A Q -Q -:s...,. 5 my. PF 1.1, -- :Zi-sw 41:1 Q Q I is -4 1 ia. , 'R ' L X -. .-a l .L K . .Q Page Thirty-two N-'wt' BERTELL BUTLER What spirits were his! Football I, Basketball I, Track 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 4, Physics Club 4, Meteorology Club 4. WILLIAM BYRNETT Never o dull moment! Entered from Benedictine in Senior year Diamond Sports 4. MARY BYRUM Ideas control the world Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Sec. 4, Student Council 3, Ad Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4, Service Club 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 1, Paper Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Newcomers Club I, Maiorette Club 1, Bancl 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, Orchestra 3, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play Stalt. MARGARET CALLAHAN Vim, vigor and vitality Jr. Class Pres., Y-Teen 2, 4, Paper Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, Jr. Play Cast 3, Prom Comm., Movie Club 3, 4, Jr. Dramatics 1, Girls Travel Club 2, G.L.C. 4, Social Club 3, Pinochle Club 4. FRANK CEK Tall and thin with a cheery grin Science Cub 4. EILEEN CESNIK A happy lite is one without strife Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Jr. Sisters 3, Paper Staff 3, 4, Year- book Staft 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, Prom Comm., Cheer- eacler 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation 4, Card and Games 1, Card Club 3, Megaphone Club 4, Lettering Club 2, Chess and Checkers 2, Spanish Club 1, Sec. 1, Sr. Play Stalt. JOHN CHAPMAN A happy "Chappy" Student Council 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 2, 4, Track Mgr. 3, Prom. Comm., P.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Camera Club 1, Polka Club 2, Card Club 3, Physics Club 3, Key Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 3. ROLAND CICIRELLI Little things are great to a big man B.L.C. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4, Newcomers Club 3, Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Key Club 4. JOANN CLAYTON Variety is the spice of lite Class Treas. 1, Choir 1, 2, Knitting Club 2, Social Club 3, Whittling Club 4, Photography Club 1. DOLORES COLANTONIO Personality plus Jr. Class Sec., G.L.C. 3, 4, Ad Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. ancl Pres. 4, Service Club 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, 4, Jr. Sisters 3, Yearbook Stott 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Choir 1, 2, Pinochle Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. VIRGINIA CONNOR Both short and sweet some say is best Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Megaphone Club 1, 2, Choir l, 2, 3, P.A. Club 3, Science Club 2, Sr. Play Staff. HELEN CORMIEA In Spanish and Art she la ecl her art P Y P Jr. Play Staff, Choir 1, 2, Dramatics Club 'I, Hockey 1, Arts and Crafts Club 2, 3, Whittling Club 4. SENIORS 3:5 Nr-1-pf 'Nuff' .Ng , I W Page Thirty-three CLASS OF 1950 1 N,,ii?g,f:.Qg 5, ,4.. , 'Si . Q, K N 5. , S .a mf- ty- pa" 5 V 125' 7 ' P .- .fQli?f' ' 4F'ff'2i . ,sw sf N f X Q 'K 1s:::sf'fE!as . .:4:a.::..-vase .. . . ,- v ' ' w nw- Q., ".1- 11.2 ,. .... l 45 5 N 1 1 3. -' ,Y ' ,. f9:,,.:.:s,.-.,.-.-.Nas5.-NCN.. .A atm-'iss-?fgs' . -- :fee-:,1Itg'..z.-v -2' 'YXFLYX7' fa- 'lit T .ish , : 'g.,z'e.g.'-,-.?,':'--rms.-:S A S - 'f :I . sz? " - rw.. -NW 5935. ' qw- 3, xT...,.,..f X J.. 1- . ,we-..3 ' ,,,., , Page Thirty-tour JOHN COSKI Fearless minds climb soonest into crowns Hi-Y 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Mgr. 3, Jr. Play Cast, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Student Council 4, Card Club 2, Flower Club 2, Drawing Club 3, Chemistry Club 3. THOMAS COUSINEAU Big and strong, good at ping pong B.L.C. 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1, Gymnastics Club 4. RICHARD COUSINO With sax in hand he led the band Hi-Y 4, Football 1, 2, Baseball 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4. EDNA CREIGHTON Knowledge is power Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Student Council 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Girls Travel Club 2, Sewing Club 3. BETTY CRESSMAN Without labor nothing prospers Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, F.T.A. 4, Service Club 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Newcomers Club 2, 3, Yearbook Stal? 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pinochle Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. CAROL CROCKETT How goodness heightens beauty! Jr. Class Pres., Student Council 2, G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette Club 1, Dancing Club 4, Bridge Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. ROGER CROSS Never a "Cross" word Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Band 1, Card Club 2, Chess and Checkers 3. JOAN CROSSWELL Her gift of gab is never drab Entered from Dallas, Texas, in Junior year Swim Cadettes 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 3, 4, Choir 3, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. JEROME CUNNINGHAM Cunning is the dwarf of wisdom B.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 3, Track 1, 2, 4. SHIRLEY DANLEY Surely success will be hers G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Sec. 3, Hockey 2, Letterwinner 2, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 4, Cheerleader 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, Knitting 2, 3, Singing for Fun 4, Senior Sisters 3. MATTHEW D'ARCY We're all behind our star in track Ath. Assoc. 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, CUPf- 37 Letferwinner 2: Cord Club 1, Varsity Club 3, Pinochle Club 2, Life Saving 4. CARL DEINER . . . and he plays on his big bass viole Track 1, Jr. Play Cast, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY DEMETER The secret of success is constancy of purpose Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Ad Club 4, Service Club 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ath. Bd. 4, Jr. Play Cast, Choir 1, 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Prom Comm., Sr. Play Staff. EDWARD DINSMORE Experience is the best teacher Returned after three years in the Marines Hi-Y 2, Wrestling 2, Jr. Play Cast. ROBERT DIRK Actions, not words, count most Hi-Y 4, Football 1, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Diamond Sports 4. ANGELO DRAGONETTE Give us a man who sings at his work Student Council 1, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Paper StaH 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, Football 2, Golf 2, 3, Letterwinner 3, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, Polka Club 2, 3, Writing for Fun 4, Track 2, Dancing Club 4. KENNETH EELLS I never met a man l didn't like Student Council Planning Comm., Hi-Y 3, 4, Ath. Assoc. 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Jr. Play Cast 3, Movie Club 3, 4, Chess and Checkers 2, Singing for Fun 3, Key Club 4. ELIZABETH ERIDON And a beauty appears through the mist Y-Teen 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, Choir 1, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play StaFF. BARBARA ERTHAL Contentment opens the source of every joy YATeen 1, 2, 3 ,4, Yearbook Staft 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Dancing Club 4. JACK FELDMAN Wit and wisdom are born within Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Ad. Bd. J, Jr. Class Pres., B.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- winner 3, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Jr. Play Statt, Prom Comm., Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4, Rep. to Boys' State, Sr. Play Cast. iw. 7. 4 4 14 4 -fr- x 'P s. sf-1 .ig 5.5, Nl 0 R 5 . 1 1 ,V t 'CST' ' .egg of , 1 , g',1i, , 1, ','... fi 1 . . iff.. ' fm ifb. 'sat-f X. s:i455f,,,',f,5s,.. ,Q m f. 'fbi 1- 1 . ggfg :Zi mga Y A .,, . y f ff 4 2 w 'sifgierfewiiy' vi . .ff-2?2'::,:v ' i gi fun-. fs. E- fs-M I i .N"N V? ,pr-C. IO! .s5.X E ?T'7' 50- Page Thirty-five CLASS OF 1950 ., 2? K X 4 'bn-1 Xen ta xwy' ""' ' ' - . iss.,-Q" af.-:::.. ,fig I -4. -s 1 -,-,Q -::g:3g::?i'?l:::3:sc::,55:j:j:5 :iz Q 1'7" Fw- Q -.-....v-M . --.' X' x xr .pl""" v .in ., l t' fp- sf? 6,8725 A -.sr .4--ref' .wax WHT 'Stk GX ., nj,-Que Page Thirty-six -m""f', we' WILLIAM FIELDING He travels through a field of fun Hi-Y 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Jr. Play Cast, Choir 1, P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Astronomy Club 3, Chess and Checkers 2, Meteorology Club 4. WARREN FOSTER His humor is a fountain that never runs dry B.L.C. 4, Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Jr. Play Staff 3, Letterwinner 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Meteorology Club 4. RICHARD FOX No sly guy, this Fox Paper Staff 3, Football 1, Track 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Writing for Fun 4. DOLORES FRABOTTA A pretty girl is like a melody Service Club 2, 3, Football Queen 4, Basketball Attendant 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 1, 2, Megaphone Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Choir 1, 2. AUDREY FRAME There's something fine in this frame G.L.C. 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Choir 1, 2, Knitting Club 2, Social Club 3, Needlework Club 4, Dancing Club 1, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2. JEAN FROST A good word finds a good spot Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, G.L.C. 4, Ad Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Newcomers Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. JOHN GALLAGHER The smilin' Irishman Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Football 3, Card Club 1, Chess and Checkers 2, 3, Singing for Fun 4. CHERIE GANSON Here's friendship filled with fun G.L.C. 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 4, Hockey 4, Cheerleader 1- Pinochle Club 4, Dancing Club 4, Megaphone Club 1. 1 GEORGE GARDNER This Gardner plants seeds of friendship Ad Club 4, Choir 1, 2, 4, Singing for Fun 4. RUTH GAROFALO Such as she will never be lonely Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 4, Hockey 1, 2, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 4, Choir 1, 2, Card Club 2, Dancing Club 3, Singing for Fun -4, Knitting Club 1, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2. PHILIP GAUSBY Ambition plus talent make for success Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, Jr. Play Cast, Hobby Club 1, Pocketbook Club 2, Reading Club 3, Pres. 3, Science Club 4, Sr. Play Cast. LOIS GIBBS Someone nice and new Student Council 2, 3, Planning Comm., Maiorette Club 2. LEE GIBSON A pretty Scottish miss whose eyes are tilled with bliss Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Home Nursing 4, Sr. Play Staff. FRANCES GIETANO She's bubbling over with pep and fun Student Council 1, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Paper Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club l, 2, 3, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, First Aid Club 4, Dancing Club 4. MARGARET GlLCHRlST She lives a quiet but happy life Entered from Kenmore High in Sophomore year F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 3, Yearbook Stott 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Dancing Club 4, Knitting Club 4. MARION GIUFFRE Her ways are ways or pleasantness Y-Teen l, 2, 3, Jr. Sisters 3, Paper Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Hockey 3, Jr. Play Stalt, Prom Comm., Choir 'l, 2, 3, Dancing Club 3, Camera Club l, Knitting Club 2, Sewing Club 4. LOIS GOERS A good word for all Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Paper Staff 3, Yearbook Stat? 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Stalt, Megaphone Club l, 2, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 'l, 2. CHRISTA GOLLWITZER She measures life with honesty and diligence Service Club 3, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 3, Yearbook Stal? 4, Paper Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 2, Megaphone Club 'l, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 4, Sr. Play Stott. PHYLLIS GOSNELL Extreme, it's true, but extremely nice, too Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staft 'l, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club l, Megaphone Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 'I, 2, 3, 4, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. ARTHUR GRAY There's power in his voice Entered from Glenville in Junior year Choir 3, 4, Singing for Fun 4, Operetta 4. J N., . .FL SENIORS 4 - Q 1, .lk .Mx l 3 K - nr, ,, I ' I", ,. 'X 2: 2 4. . ' -rf' , fs. af' x in 'Cf 1 'sp 'GRE -' .Q tv 'Q' , Q. .M :Ji 6' Page Thirty-seven CLASS OF 1950 MW' 'fwewi Page Thirty-eight Wh-'N yy' GORDON GREAVES He always "managed" well B.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Mgr. 4 JOHN GRIBBONS His passwords are "fun" and "trolic" Paper Staff 1, Baseball 1, Track 2, Jr. Play StaH, Stage Crew 3, Pinochle Club 3, Gymnastics Club 1. JACQUELINE GRIBBONS She has that certain twinkle in her eye Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council 3, G.L.C. 3, 4, Sec. 4, Service Cub 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hockey 4, Jr. Play Cast, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Staff. FRANK GRICAR Be Frank to be understood BARBARA GRIFFITH Gracious lady of charm Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Natl. Forensic League 3, 4, Pres. 4, Student Council 4, G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Ad Club 3, Service Club 2, 3, Y4Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Jr. Council World Affairs 4, Treas. 4, Rep. to U.N., G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, Jr. Play Cast, Megaphone Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, Sr. Play Cast. JACQUELINE GRONDA Through the serene a smile is seen Sr. Sisters 3, Yearbook Stott 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Social Club 3, Star Gazing Club 3, Y-Teen 2, Prom Comm., Singing for Fun 4, Red Cross Club 3. JOHN GUARINO Give credit to Jay, he's really O.K. Jr. Class V. Pres., B.L.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Stage Crew 4. PHILLIP GUTMANN Our State Champ N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, State Champion 4, Track 1, 2, Letterwinner 3, Prom Comm., Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 3, Key Club 3, 4. BEVERLY HAGEN' The Euclidian, the Red Sox, and Me Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, G.L.C. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, V. Pres. and Pres. 4, Service Club 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 2, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Paper Staff 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Editor 4, Jr. Council World AFtairs 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ath. Bd. 4, Jr. Play Stott, Gen. Mgr., Prom Comm., Mega- phone Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM HAHN He gives his thoughts no voice Paper Staff 3, Flower Club 3, Writing for Fun 4, Card Club 2. JONNA HARWOOD Small and petite, a gal that's sweet Y-Teen 'l, 45 Choir 'l, 25 Camera Club 1, 25 Knitting 25 Singing for Fun 45 Social Club 3. JEAN HASSINK Generosity and laughter, friendship ever after F.T.A. 45 Service Club 35 Sr. Planning Comm.5 YATeen 'l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 3, 45 G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Staft5 Prom Comm.5 Maiorette Club 2, 35 Megaphone Club 'l, 2, 35 Choir l, 2, 35 Stage Crew 45 Bridge Club 45 Sr. Play Staff. LOIS HEDTKY She has the head-key to athletics G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 35 Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 35 Paper Staff 25 G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 25 letterwinner 25 Prom Comm.5 Megaphone Club 45 Choir 35 Knitting Club 2, 35 Singing for Fun 4. DANIEL HEISTER Dynamo Dan, the weight lifting man Student Council 25 Football 15 Letterwinner 'I5 Prom Comm.5 Card and Game Club 'l, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 4. ROBERT HENRIKSON From a little spark may burst a mighty 'flame Jr. Play Cast5 Scale and Triangle Club 45 Pinochle Club 4. JEAN HENRY Full of pep and go G.L.C. 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 2, 35 Year- book Staff 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 45 Jr. Play Staff 35 Prom Comm.5 Megaphone Club 2, 35 Choir I, 2, 35 Singing for Fun 45 Dancing Club 45 Basketball Queen 4. MILDRED HENRY A model of apparel perfection Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 2, 35 Yearbook Staft 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Cast 35 Prom Comm.5 Megaphone Club 'I5 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 45 Sr. Play Staff. JOANNE HESTER A smile, a dimple, sweet and simple Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Swim Cadettes 45 Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Jr. Play Cast5 Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 45 Choir 'l, 25 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 45 Student Council 45 Movie Club 45 Sr. Play Cast. BETTY HOFFMAN Because of wit, she made a hit Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 45 Maiorette Club 'l5 Knitting Club 45 Red Cross Club 'l. LORETTA HOLFELDER A gentle disposition Student Council 'l5 Ath. Assoc. 25 Y-Teen 'l, 35 Paper Stott 35 Card Club 25 Knitting Club 35 Canasta Club 4. SENIORS i's'X Neff w ,-of , X -' 3 I 1 nw, ,pw .J 'lf ......-ff ,.vg?kf'r'fQ'gX! .5 " 1 PAF" ,.- . X ,- ....,.-- -...F X 'Nw ,I- an-7 , 4.21 xff' ' K 'z S-ld '. . i'fVff'fj4 1 'l N 'gre Q , fs- ' 3. 'fl' i 11 'i TQMRLV' f . ,q .'ff.aif:,vf5 511 -. 1232 -V f5'J'if - E- 5. ,y,,g:,:t.f: -'rw Q' Trfg- 'I .5 ' EL ,Q.,g1Lxj,wi , ' ,. -, fa I 9? QL 4..' . 'ff 1:-A ur s . 1--1 Nm. he , 15" J Mrs up-1" X., -'we 9 -nanny' Page Thirty-nine CLASS OF 1950 . , .I " ' 4 'S I A 1, '- j. ,. . is wr I ,. 1 sf X . "" if 'K '- 1 M-f' ' 1 . 4 X , ,A. .Q 41 1' l . ,Q 3 -. 'I-is -11'-, . .......... 'ju . 'NP' n-vm-.-an... ' -Q"--A , 'WL . . .ee A .5 fx mfs snnww' Page Forty x X' X .. X , tx Q xx X A. 9 ,ff SQ-.c "' --xri wx'-'C' 1 5 -if x, sm... fur' x 'QP'-'N"""'.!P DONALD HOLZHEIMER Actions speak louder than words Dancing Club 4, Scale and Triangle 3. JOAN HUTTON ln sports she's tops Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Social Club 3, Star Gazers Club 3, Dramatic Club 'I, Jr. Red Cross 3, First Aid Club 4, Camera Club I. DONALD ISCHAY The baskets will swish for our guy, Ish B.L.C. 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Band 'l, 2. JOSEPH JAKSE Anger makes a dull man witty Jr. Class V. Pres., Baseball 3, Letterwinner 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, Card Club 2, Dance Club 3. ELIZABETH JONASSEN An apple a day keeps the doctor away Natl. Hon, Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Natl. Forensic League 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Service Club 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Asst. Ed. 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Paper Stat? 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Sr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 2, Megaphone Club 'I, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Choir 'l, Writing for Fun 4. PATRICIA JORDAN She's really a riot when not being quiet Entered from Willoughby High in Junior year Swim Cadettes 4, Y-Teen 'I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Home Nursing 4. BERNICE JURCAK How she swings us into a cheer! F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Hockey 2, Jr. Play Staff, Megaphone Club 4, Sec. 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Movie Club 2, 3, Card Club 2, Knitting Club 3, Camera Club 'l, Sr. Play Staff. NORENE KALLMANN She takes the pleasant road to happiness Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Saph. Class Pres., Y-Teen 2, 4, G.A.A. 4, Yearbook Staff 3, Prom Comm., Band 4, Movie Club 3, 4, Polka Club 2, Arts and Crafts Club 3, Art Club 4. DONALD KALMAN Silent, yet heard Cress and Checkers 2, Flower Club 3, 4. HENRY KAPEL Always snappy, he makes you happy Hi-Y 4, Football I, 3, Baseball I, Track 'l, Band 'I, 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 2, Gymnastics Club 3, Meteorology Club 4. CAROLYN KARLOVIC lt's so nice to be natural Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, Polka Club 1, 2, Singing for Fun 3, 4, Big Sisters 3. MARTHA SUE KEYERLEBER Strong reasons make strong actions G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 2, 4, G.A.A. 4, Paper Staff 1, Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation 1, 4, Sr. Play Staff. JOHN KINKOPF Contentment of mind Hi-Y 2, Paper Staff 3, Football 3, Track 2, Stage Crew 4, Card Club 3, Travel Club 2, Hobby Club 1, Singing for Fun 4. LOIS KLING She lives in deeds, not years G.L.C. 3, 4, Ath. Assoc. 2, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 2, Paper Staff 3, Yearbook Stott 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Hockey 2, Letterwinner 3, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club 2, 3, Singing for Fun 4, Polka Club 1, 2. WALTER KNAPP You'll never catch this boy napping Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Play Stott, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Chess and Checkers 2, Art Club 3, Jr. Varsity Club 1, Meteorology Club 4. MARY KORACIN Her voice was ever soft Knitting Club 1, Music Appreciation 2, Flower Club 4. WILLIAM KOROSEC He travels fastest who travels alone JOANNE KOSHER Her words are few, her friends are many F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Knitting Club 4. GILBERT KOSTELEC Guess we never will know a better guy than Gil Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 2, 3, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Choir 3, Varsity Club 3, Camera Club 2, Meteorology Club 4. JAMES KOSTELNIK Peace is the natural state of man Gymnastics Club 3, 4. SENIORS 1, 'R '57 V3.1-az F' S19 -Q-39 NM :cg ' .. V-' R' f L . . , ,-1.393111 fig 1?"fX Page Forty one CLASS OF 'I950 2 I t Q-we A .V-C, Y 2 Qs:--tex - ve?-2' 5-iw df Snow'-" x ew Q 'me 1 -"::i:15.:,.. I V -ew.xs.w. 5.5 K ,,- 'Y ""' ' ' 'I 1 .31 z:f.- 3 if-Y' ' 5:5 .gf , A Iii Q ,... W , -:U f ' -uwlffz:-235' , - wif .. 1 , rv ca .Q , . 1 1 19 u ,X . 41 z , ,r 't My -:ea - -:Q . .. 1.545 v-mwsq-4 twf' 'few-.-wi' 'ii-s Q:-:NV X Page Forty two LOUIS KOTNIK There are cars in his future Student Council l, 2, Newcomers Club 'lp Dancing Club 4. EDWARD KOVACICH The wcrId's all right, it's the people in it Dancing Club 2, 3, Card Club I. NIILDRED KOZAR She cheered for Euclid Euclid cheers for her Natl Hon Soc 4 YTeen 2 Yearbook Staff 4 GAA 3 Hockey 'l Jr. Play Cast Prom Comm. Megaphone Club Cheerleader 3 4- Choir 3- Movie Club 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 'I Polka Club 2 Knitting Club 3 Sr Play Cast KARL KRAUSE Handsome and shy he s quite the guy BLC 4 Yearbook Staft4 FootbaII'I 2 3 4 Track'I 2 3 4 Letterwlnner 3 Choir 4 Varsity Club 'I 2 3 Meteorology Club 4 MARLENE KRAUSE Hair of gold eyes of blue FTA 4 Log Queen 3 Football Attendant 4 Y Teen 1 2 3 4 Paper StaFf2 3 GAA 'I 2 3 .Ir Play Stal? Prom Comm 3 Malorette Club'l 2 3 Megaphone Club 3 4 Treas 4 Cheer Ieader3 4 Choxrl 2 3 4 Sr Play tatt JOHN KREBEL He has the Boogie Beat Card Club 2 Singing tor Fun 4 NIARLENE KRECIC Born to create een 1 2 4 .Ir Susters 3 Paper StaH: 3 Yearbook a 4 GAA 'l Malorette Club 2 Megaphone u 'I Stage Crew 4 Sr Planning Comm Literary Club 4 Sr Play Staff Play Staff Prom Comm 3 RAYMOND KRIVOY I do the things I like to do Paper Staff 3 Stage Crew 'I 2 4 Card Club 2 Slngxng f Fun 4 Track I Gymnastics Club l 3 Chess and Checkers Club 2 RICHARD KUEBLER He'Il reach great "Helghts' Paper Staff 3, Hu Y 4, Band 'l, 2, Orchestra 'I, 2, Card Club 4, Canasta Club 4, Travel Club 2, Dancing Club 4, Meteor ology Club 4, Camera Club 3, Sr Play Staff, Yearbook Staff 4 CHARLES KUEHN A keen 'find with a 'Kuehn' mind Ad Club 3, 4, Dance Club 4, Key Club 3, 4 gg I . l . T ll' I VXI , J J A aw. V ' I -- - 'f 1-r-F ' . 3 - , - , ,..,, ,.., - 1- 1' I fe-ft-fe: ' 3 - 4 5. 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BARBARA LAVO Silence heals the blow of sound Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Nursing 4. GERALDINE LEBAR She works to win and it works Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Natl. Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, G.L.C. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Newcomers Club 1, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Home Nursing 4. DOROTHY LEVAR Her smile has brightened the year Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teen 2, Paper Stat? 1, Yearbook Staff 1, G.A.A. 1, Hockey 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, Orchestra 2, Movie Club 1, 2, Sec.-Treas. 1, Jr. Dramatics 1, Pres. 1, Knitting Club 2, Music Appreciation 1, Sr. Play Cast. THOMAS LIADY Euclid has no sorrow that his humor cannot heal Dance Club 4. WILLIAM LIPTAK He likes to make us laugh Hi-Y 3, 4, Ath. Assoc. 3, Football 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2. DONAlD LOOMIS Always the right thing at the right time Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter- winner 3, Card Club 2, 3, Jr. Varsity Club 1, Pres. 1, Meteorology Club 4, Diamond Sports 4. THOMAS LOVE A world without love is a world without laughter LOIS LUGOSKY Modesty sets off sprightly wit Entered from Collinwood in Senior year Y-Teen 3, 4, Pinochle Club 4. SENIORS ll!""-1. -5. s if" an Y . . .Q ,223 f J 1 , 1.5-Q, r,',,' . f gui' ,,w5:f:'jiSf5,gg' uv, zz. . Z 1 l -no fff.Q - '- .w -4 'N f f' ,,f-.,",:of,z'., 1 5' - ,- , is, 394,44 . gg ','. ...f li t I ' fl., jx ' .3 N "" -. 'T Q Q-""" 1 I Page Forty-three CLASS OF 1950 ' i " - 'Q-121:2-,:.r:':1E55-Eff ,ni . , A gf. 2 W- swam E E aww- "V" .. 'Mr' I ,E -lg .,gs"' .. - , H ,A H'-X e-1... '- K. X .. '-,.,..f-"' 5, :. I . X..- . ...gt M- -1 A - eg. t Xe. . A T I ' ',-., ,Q ,i" gf L ,zbn ,. , gh 1 :gp ,A W 7194 2 ' 1 as WW 4, A . ix i:g0""vs IAQ-3. . 1.-,,..g,, FW I -:www N- W... 'wfz-.gag- . . N yfxw....,,, Page Forty-four PATRICIA LUTH With her eyes she shall talk Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council 1, 2, Y4Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Prom Comm., Band 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation 4, Triangle Club 2, 3, Card Club 2, Camera Club 2, French Club 3, 4, Jr. Dramatics 1, Chess and Checkers 2, Sr. Play Stalzl. THOMAS LUZAR Strength through silence Hi-Y 1, Paper Staff 3, Track 1, Stage Crew 1, Gymnastics Club 1, Echo Club 3, Travel Club 2. ROBERT MACKI NNON He'll win with a friendly grin Jr. Play Cast, Card Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Singing for Fun 4. SUZANNE MAHON Someone new, exceptionally nice, too Enter from Villa Angelo in Senior year Jr. Class Pres., F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 4, Science Club 2, Singing for Fun 4, Round Table 4. BETTY ANN MARRACCINI Her friends are many, her worries few Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Newcomers 1, G.A.A. 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Music for Fun 3, Canasta Club 4, Dancing Club 2. RUTH MARSH Let me be what l want and speak what l think Swim Cadettes 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Stat? 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiarette Club 2, 3, Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, Stage Crew 4, Bridge Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. CRAIG MARTIN A pacemaker who came from Shaker Entered from Shaker Heights in Senior year Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, Hi-Y 4, Football 4, Wrestling 4, Track 4, Pinochle Club 4, Sr. Planning Comm. RICHARD MAURER By his voice he shall be known Hi-Y 4, Jr. Play Staff, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Card Club 3, 4, Airology Club 4, Dancing Club 4, First Aid Club 4. DOROTHY MAUSER In sports with girls success is hers. G.L.C. 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Letterwinner 3, Choir 1, Knitting Club 4. GRACE McCUMBER Always willing to serve Service Club 3, Pres. 3, Y-Teen 1, Big Sisters 3, Jr. Red Cross Club 4, Treas. 4, Knitting Club 1, Sr. Play Staff. WILLIAM McGAR His drawing pencil rules Ad Club I. BEATRICE MCKONE Silence is the perfect herald of ioy Y-Teen l, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Choir 'l, Jr. Red Cross Club 'l, 2, 4, Sec. 2, 4. DONALD McPHERSON There is power in his pen Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Ad Club 2, 3, Yearbook Stott 4, Copy Ed. 4, Track 3, Jr. Play Cast, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 4, Science Club 'l, 2. MARLENE MECK The ace at all good sports G.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Hockey 3, 4, Capt. 4, Letterwinner 3, First Aid Cub 4. ANIDA MILLER Nothing prospers without effort Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 'l, Orchestra l, 2, Singing for Fun 4, Chess and Checkers 3, Girls League l, Sec. 1, Lettering Club 2. RHODA MILLER She travels the road of friendship Class Sec. 2, Afh. Assoc. 3, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, Yearbook Stal? 4, G.A.A. 2, Hockey I, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 3, Megaphone Club 4, Cheerleader 2, Choir 'l, 2, 3, Pinochle Club 4, Social Club 4, Card Club 4, Big Sisters 3, Singing for Fun 4. DENNIS MLACHAK He has a "Den" of tricks Hi-Y 4, Ad Club 3, Wrestling l, 2, 3, Letterwinner 3, Pinochle Club 4. KENNETH MOELLER SENIORS .-w- K w I 4 .', Q-A- ,, -. ' CT- -v- if 3, .. .rf ' "W -4' -0' - ,- 1 .7 tv' " X I, X - l 3' Sd " l ' .J . ,Sie M l wi 2 ,. an "px i I' ' flu .1 4- f 4, t fa , fm ' 3A i fve- 1 .54 xi T . My V 'ff' . w-- ' ' A. . X I -J, ""' ' QM -. F .5 . i 5 QA mi lls.-fa. 5,..,5::f, , ,, wily.. ,' I .iilllYi'aiH .fl " . M ' 1 ' 5 f- NM.-5 55 . , g . , 4. I ll..tn+.Lf,M ff .-1 1 ,fr ,. .. ...- ., sf, ,, -- as-' f Z ' ij' L., A Q : ,,-2:2 J. , lf 41, r . .. - ' N' -,r . ' --.mg . - I ' f' xx, F - ish" 334 ' Men of few words are the best men ' ' L1f',1:5V3:.,, , -,V Hi-Y 3, 4, Wrestling 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Scale and Triangle 'Y V Club 2, 3, Pinochle Club 4, Stage Crew 4, Orchestra 2. 'Shi ',-, -,-.,. A+' of ..'- Ft 1 'L IRENE MOLLISON Irene's laughter will remain long after Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, Paper Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, Jr. Play Staff, Maiorette Club 'l, 3, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 3, Canasta Club 4, Polka Club 2, Sr. Play Staff. JUNE MONTGOMERY From January to December, it's June Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Paper Stott 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, Jr. Council World Affairs 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 3, Megaphone Club 1, 2, Choir 'l, 2, Band 'I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Staff. ft" .93 - ' , ,eil I . ,. W' ii Page Forty-tive CLASS OF 1950 Page Forty-six CLARICE MORA The more we see her, the more we like her Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL MORGAN Quiet, it's true, but nice, too Hi-Y 'I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN MORRIS She sees the sunny side of everything Red Cross Club 4. HAROLD MOSES Either l will tind a way or make one Sr. Class Treas., B.L.C. 4, Hi-Y 4, Football 4, Track 3, Letterwinner 3, Scale and Triangle Club 3, Sec. 3, Key Club 4. MARILYN MUMFORD None but herself will be her parallel Student Council 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sisters 3, Yearbook Staft 4, G.A.A. 4, Jr. Play Staff, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Singing for Fun 3, Sec. 3, Sr. Play Stag. GERALDINE NEFF An athlete by nature G.L.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Y-Teen 2, Paper Stal? 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Letterwinner 2, Choir I, 4, P.A. Club 3. GARY NELSON A pleasant way is the way to success Hi-Y 4, Choir 4, Dancing Club 4. DORIS OGRINC Her eyes and hair cause many to stare Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Paper Stal? l, 2, Prom Comm. l, Choir l, 2, 3, Sec. I, 2, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. .IOHN OKICKI First with the accordion Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Baseball I, Jr. Play Cast, P.A. Club 2, 3, Jr. Hi Sports I, Polka Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4. ALLAN ONIERZA Dark and tall, nice to all Hi-Y 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 'l, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4, Scale and Triangle Club 'l, 2, 3. JOHN OMERZA A star found on the pitching mound Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 'l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4, Scale and Triangle Club 2, 3, Diamond Nine 3, 4, Treas. 4. MARGARET PALEIT Always on the go Student Council T, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Newcomers Club 2, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Stat? 3, Prom Comm., Moiorette Club 2, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Singing for Fun 4. JAMES PAOLO "Varsity Jim" Football 'l, Track 2, P.A. Club l, 3, Diamond Sports Club 4. LAWRENCE PARR Beware the fury of a patient man B.L.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football T, 2, 3, 4, Basketball T, 2, 3. DORIS PATTERSON Carefree and gay, she came to stay Entered from Memphis, Tennessee, in Junior year Swim Codettes 4, V. Pres. and Pres. 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 3, Reading and Writing for Fun 3, Writing for Fun 4. JEAN PAVLINA She "eyes" the world with happiness Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Paper Stal? 2, 3, 4, Hockey l, 2, 3, Megaphone Club 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Arts and Crafts 3, Polka Club 3, Letterwinner 4, Basketball Attendant 4. JOAN PAVLINA She'll win with laughter Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Paper Stat? 2, 3, 4, Choir T, 2, 3, Writing for Fun 4, Polka Club 3, Arts and Crafts 3. MARY PEDERSON Mild, yet she satisfies Student Council 3, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Maiorette Club T, Maiorette l, Choir 4, Music for Fun 4. RONALD PERRY An easy going mind Hi-Y 3, Track 3, Stage Crew 4, Airology Club 4, Card Club 3. SALLY PETTIT Our gal Sal, a true pal Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Maiorette Club 2, Megaphone Club 'l, Choir T, 2, 3, 4, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. hs' N-ff SENIORS 1:19, H Q :Luge 4.-fi P' . 3 J 'Q ' W1 '- f I1-it v in , -:ct ' ,Q ' 1. W 2' W R ff 'W is ' 1 ,Sym X, M., sg, , -girww, ?fn.,.,... , ,vc ,, , I :-,f, ,Q , f -.A 31 . 1 Q: ' ' '12 5,5 1. G .. v , . ,.,' . -.,,.-p " ' .1 'P 1.,s S f . 9 5, ,. J., ,. ,v f. .fy . '- '.n':,, ,.,,1,y,s- ,s 'yn 9.-,Q ,V ff- 1 its Page Forty-seven MILDRED PODBERGER Glad hearts do work and know it not Y-Teen 1, 35 Paper Staff 35 G.A.A. 35 Polka Club 25 Sewing for Fun 45 Knitting Club 3. EDWARD POTOKAR The slow walking stick of dynamite Paper Staff 15 Football 25 Basketball 15 Card Club 15 Travel Club 15 Dance Club 1. CARL RANEY It's always sunny around "Raney" Hi-Y 45 Ad Club 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Choir 45 Canasta Club 4. BEULAH RAVENCRAFT Charm dissolves all else Y-Teen 1, 2, 35 Paper Stal? 35 Choir 15 Arts and Crafts Club 25 Social Club 35 Music Appreciation 15 Needlework Club 4. MARIAN READ A figure fine, hair that shines F.T.A. 45 Service Club 1, 2, 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 35 Yearbook Staff 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Cast5 Maiorette Club I, 2, 35 Megaphone Club 1, 2, Cheerleader 15 Choir 2, 35 Bridge Club 45 Sr. Play StaH. RUTH RECHER Her friendly manner has brought her popularity Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Pres. 45 Student Council 1, 35 G.l..C. 2, 3, 45 Ath. Assoc. 1, 2, 3, Sec. 35 Homecoming Attendant 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Stal? 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Letterwinner 35 Prom Comm.5 Megaphone Club 4, Cheerlead- er 1, 2, 45 Choir 1, 2, 35 Polka Club 15 Card Club 25 Social Dancing 3. MARGARET REILLY Her Irish eyers are always smiling G.L.C. 3, 45 Ath. Assoc, 2, 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Stal? 35 Yearbook Staff 3, 45 G.A.A. 45 Choir 1, 2, 35 Singing for Fun 45 Dancing Club 35 Sr. Play Staff. PATRICIA REII.LY This friendly Miss takes life with ease G.L.C. 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Prom Comm.5 Choir 1, 2, 35 Singing for Fun 45 Polka Club 25 Arts and Crafts Club 45 Dance Club 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Play Staff. JUNE RIEDER lt's always Spring around June Student Council Planning Comm,5 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Big Sisters 35 Paper Staff 3, 45 Yearbook Stalt 45 G,A.A, 45 Prom Comm.5 Megaphone Club 45 Polka Club 25 Social Club 3, V. Pres. 35 Singing for Fun 3. DENNIS RINALDI Take me out to the ball game Football 15 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterwinner 25 Scale and Triangle Club 35 Diamond Nine 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4 EDWARD ROBERTS To all men, the same Hi-Y 3, 4, Choir 2. KEN NETH ROBERTS He'll triumph through quiet humor Hi-Y 3, 4, Ad Club 4, Dance Club 4. AUDREY ROHLOFF She likes to talk, we like to listen Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 2, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, Choir 'l, 2 3, 4, Singing for Fun 4. GARY ROSENTHAL His work does follow him Student Council 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Ad Club 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Physics Club 4, Dance Club 4 Football l, Sr. Play Cast. CLARA SALAMONE The "eyes" have it Entered from Pennsylvania in Junior year Y-Teen 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Knitting Club 4. CAROLE SANDSTROM She follows a gracious path Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. RAYMOND SARI Energy is delight Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Jr. Play Staft, Prom Comm., Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Singing for Fun 4, World Alfairs Club l, 2, 3, ELLEN SARTORIO She strikes a happy note V-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, Jr. Play Staff, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Knitting Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. ROLF SCHOLPP Blessed is the man who has the gift of friendship Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Jr. Play Cast, Band l, Choir 'l, 2, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 'l, Treos. l, Gymnastic Club 2, 3, Dancing Club 4. ELAINE SCHOTTKE Our Eel lives in a pool of happiness Swim Cadets 4, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Paper Stat? 3, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Prom Comm., Maiorette l, 2, 3, 4, Leader 4, Pres. 3, Choir l, Megaphone Club 'l, 2, Sr. Play Staff. Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Statt, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 'l, 2' 1 CLASS OF 1950 --new Nw 5--+-'W' 'Vt-'M tat' 'Z' I s-,X yr.. Q Page Fifty cw-' in-r"""' SUE SCOTT She smiles and a new friend is hers .lr. Class Sec.5 Y-Teen 'l, 2, 35 Paper Staff 3, 45 Prom Comm.5 Choir 2, 35 Knitting Club 25 Card Club 35 Singing for Fun 4, Sec. 45 Megaphone Club 45 Sr. Planning Comm. BARBARA SHEARER A maiden fair Freshman Class Sec.5 Y-Teen 'l, 2, 35 Paper Staff 35 Jr. Play Cast5 Prom Comm.5 Megaphone Club 45 Choir 2, 35 Card Club 35 Knitting Club 25 Singing for Fun 4. SHIRLEY SHEWELL Surely she will do well Y-Teen 'l, 2, 45 Sr. Sisters l, 35 Hockey 2, 35 Band 2, 35 Orchestra 'I5 Choir I5 Whittling Club 45 Sr. Play Staff. MARTHA SHULSON A "little" bit of happiness Ad Club 35 Y-Teen I, 2, 35 Maiorette Club 'I5 Megaphone Club 45 Choir 'l, 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 4. ROBERT SILVOLA He always came through for the gold and the blue B.L.C. 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4, Capt. 45 Baseball I, 3, 45 Letterwinner 35 Student Council 4. NANCY SIMMONS To the University of Kent Nancy's true love was sent - Ad Club 45 Y-Teen 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 G.A.A. 35 Choir 2, 45 Art Club 3, 45 Whittling 4. WILLIAM SLADE Every noble activity makes room for itself Student Council 45 Hi-Y 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 25 Cheerleader 35 Letterwinner 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 35 Gymnastic Club 'l, 2. I DAVID SOUTHWICK Certainly slow, but certainty through slowness Paper Staff 35 Science Club 35 P.A. Club 45 Chess Club 4. PATRICIA SPENCER A sweet retrain F.T.A. 45 May Queen 3: Y-Teen 3, 4: Yearbook SICIIT 41 CIVC- Mgr. 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Jr. Pay Staft5 Band 3, 45 Prom Comm.5 Knitting Club 45 Sr. Play Staff. THOMAS SRPAN You can't keep a good man down N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Football 'l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Letter- winner 35 B.L.C. 45 Varsity Club 3, 4. SARA STEED Music is the speech of angels Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Jr. Play Cast, Choir 3, Star Gazers Club 4, Handcratt Club 4, Operetta 4, Canasta Club 4. LOIS STEFFEN Her charming ways make life more pleasant Student Council 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 1, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Paper Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Mega- phone Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, Bridge Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. .IAMES STEWART Cleverness is always serviceable Swim Cadets 4, HiAY 3, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Jr. Play Stalt, Choir 2, Varsity Club 3, Card Club 1, 2. Choir 2, Varsity Club 3, Card Club 1, 2. ROBERT STRATHERN The strong, silent type Basketball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 3, Baseball 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, Science Club 2, Diamond Nine 3, 4. CHARLES STRAUSS Euclid's reply to Johann Whittling Club 4. RALPH STROHM I see thy glory like a shooting star Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Student Council 1, Freshman Class Pres., Sr. Class V. Pres., B.L.C. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- winner 2, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, P.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, Sec. 3, Key Club 3, 4. KAY STU RM She walks in beauty Natl. Hon Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Natl. Forensic League 4, Student Council 1, F.T.A. 3, 4, Ad Club 2, 3, Service Club 1, 2, 3, Log Attendant 3, Football Attendant 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Newcomers Club 1, Paper Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Megaphone Club 1, Cheerleader 1, Sr. Play Cast THOMAS SUGDEN Friendly, snappy, always happy Hi-Y 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Asst. Adv. Mgr. 4, Stage Crew 3, Whittling 4, Sr. Play Cast. STEVE SZEMENYEI Generosity opens triendship's door Hi-Y 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, Camera Club 1, Dancing Club 2, 4, Chess and Checkers 2. CARL TANGER Some are born great, some achieve greatness Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Student Council 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Baseball Mgr. 2, 3, Letterwinner 3, Prom Comm. 3, Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 4, Key Club 3, 4, Sec. 4. QV' K""" :Wx 'PQ-u YZF' SENIORS -1 vw- 4- 'bf , .sw l c . ,,...,... s . ., G'-' .. ...Ms X . ' ..s-f f . .xg 'Q-..4" Nts X wil .5'fgi?': tis iiiw ,vo- .....v"' X Page Fifty-one CLASS OF 1950 fabr- 'lpf' ,wx 47581,- Page Fifty-two 'ev' 'inks RUTH THOMAS The sweetest lives are those to duty given Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, G.l..C. 2, 3, 4, Ad Club 3, 4, Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Sec. 2, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Jr. Play Stott, Choir I, 3, 4, Orchestra 'l, Dancing Club 4, Canasta Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. BEVERLY THOMPSON Sincere alone Freshman Class Sec., Y-Teen 3, 4, Canasta Club 4. JACK THOMPSON ReJoyce! AII's right with a right guy Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 'l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Prom Comm., Jr. Play Stag, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 4, Meteorology Club 4, Sr. Play Staff. VIRGINIA TIDERMAN Someone worth knowing Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Choir 'l, 2, 3, Dancing Club 4. LEROY TIMEN A modest wit Entered from Glenville in iunior year Dancing Club 4. JOAN TOTH Some buddy loves her Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Sr. Class Sec., G.l..C. 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Ad Club 2, 3, Log Attendant 3, Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Newcomers Club 'l, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Megaphone Club 'l, 2, Sr. Play Statt. JOIDA TURK Sweet and lovely Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Sec. Student Council 4, Planning Comm., Quill and Scroll 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Ath. Assoc. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 2, Paper Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Asst. Circ. Mgr., Hockey 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Choir l, 2, Sports and Games Club I, Book Review Club 2, Knitting Club 3, Singing for Fun 4, Rep. to Girls' State, "Miss Euclid High", Sr. Play Cast. CHARLES VANA Each man to his own desires Chess Club 4. JAMES VERBSKY A's and B's, but never C's Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Jr. Class Treas., F.T.A. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Ad Club 3, Newcomers Club 2, Baseball 'l, 2, 3, Jr. Play Cast, Band 'I, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 3, 4, Science Club I, Swim Club 4, Prom Comm., Sr. Play Cast. CLINTON VIDIC What's the RUSH! Ad Club 4, Football I, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Track 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 'l, 3, Card Club 2. AVA WAGNER Truth and honesty are the best passwords through lite F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, G.A.A, 4, Hockey 2, 3, Megaphone Club 4, Band 'l, Knitting Club I, 2, Math tor Fun 4, Drama Club I. PATRICIA WAWRZYNIAK Friendship is her motto Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Natl. Forensic League 4, Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, Planning Comm., Ad. Bd, 3, G.l..C. 3, 4, Ad Club 2, 3, 4, Cotton Queen 3, Y-Teen I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Jr. Sisters 3, Paper Statt 4, Year- book Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm., Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Planning Comm., Round Table Affairs 4, Writing for Fun 4, Sr. Play Cast, Rep. to Girls' State. DOLORES WEINKE Her smile, like the sun, makes the world brighter, the heart lighter Quill and Scroll 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, 3, Yearbook Stal? 4, Asst. Bus. Mgr. 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Stalt, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club l, 2, 3, 4, Maior- ette 3, 4, Megaphone Club I, 2, 3, Cheerleader 'l, Choir I, 2, Sr. Play Stag. PHILIP WELKER I may not always be right, but l'm never wrong Swim Cadets 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Prom Comm., Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Sr. Planning Comm. JEANETTE WERWAGE Never a word of complaint Entered from Collinwood in Junior year Paper Stat? 3, Social Club 3, Singing for Fun 4, Megaphone Club 4. REITA WILLIAMS Flashing eyes and the boys sigh Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Football Queen 3, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff I, 2, 3, Hockey I, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 'l, Cheerleader 'I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, Movie Club 3, 4, Card Club 2, Knitting Club 2, Dramatics Club 'l, Sr. Play Staff. DONNA WILLSON What sweet delight a quiet lite affords! Y-Teen 4, G.A.A. 2, Choir 'I, 2, 4, Jr. Red Cross Club 4, V. Pres. 4. JERRY WILSE Tiger Wilese a bright future Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom. Comm., Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Dancing Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4. LAWRENCE WILSON Just a little boy at heart P.A. Club 3, 4, Science Club I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Club 4, Meteorology Club 4, Gymnastics Club 4, Sr. Play Cast. BETTY WISE A little Miss who'll soon be in the clouds F.T.A. 4, Basketball Attendant 2, 4, Football Attendant 4, Y-Teen 'l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm., Maiorette Club I, 2, 3, Megaphone Club I, 2, 3, Choir 'l, 2, 3, Singing tor Fun 4, Sr. Play Staff. SEN IORS Q an--5 'Q Q i' -4-4' J-'L -95? Tux' ga gg if , ,rs t ,.. if 'Gunnar' Page Fifty-three CLASS OF 1950 4,4 N' -A HMP' q,!,.:4-w X-...sf Wal: ' JAMES WRIGHT iii: ""' 1.1" A Our class was led in the "Wrighi" way '5' 3 ' Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Siudenf Council 'I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, ' ' 1 , i Planning Comm., Sr. Class Pres., Foofball T, 2, 3, Baskeiball alia : 'I, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Golf T, Letferwinner 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 1 ' , ' - Gymnastics Club 'l, 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, Dist. Gov. 3, 1 1- if Rep. fo Boys' Slate. :Z f-Nz . Q, N LAVON YEAGER Always ready fo lend a helping hand :-'sf E Natl. Hon. Soc. 4, Class Treas. 3, G.L.C. 3, 4, Y-Teen l, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Prom Comm., Megaphone Club 4, Choir 'I, 2, 3, 4, Movie Club 4, P.A. Club 4, Arfs and Crafls Club 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club l. CHARLOTTE ZIEGENFUS Good fhings come in small packages Entered from Pennsylvania in Junior year Y-Teen 4, Newcomers Club 4, Paper Siaff 4, Yearbook Stal? 4, Megaphone Club 4, Choir 4, Jr. Red Cross Club 4, Page Fiffyrlou r All seniors came out that Tuesday nigh! fo Yhe Senior Party af which square dancing was fhe main fealure. Page Fiffy-five JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS k Q du P-., ' '. .XL fi-is , vm , A Junior A Class Officers Al Fenske, Secretary, Bob Behnke, President, Mike Stefanchik, Vice- President, and Roy Brown, Treasurer, Talking over class activities in the auditorium lobby. Page Fifty-six Junior B Class Officers Frank Kuehn, Treasurer, Sue Town, Secretary, Morris Sugerman, President, and Al Cross, Vice-President, making plans for a Junior party. .lone Anderson Dolores Auer Bob Behnke Norton Boston Ginger Bozell Roy Brown Angelo DeBenedicfis Morgaref DeBenedictis Jim Doherty Al Fenske Jean Feriig Jock Frazier Nancy Follis George Gardner Clifford Hanks Norman Herrick Kenneth Kalfenbuch Lois Kemfer Jim Kumse Ed Luongo Fred Martin Tom Mason Gloria McWherYer Jack Metzger Ellen Neumeisier Dolores Paelchen Janet Peters David Powell Dick Presferl Dolores Rozayeski Kenneth Sandsfrom Carol Schoenbeck Bill Schudel George Shepard Bill Spinnler 1 JUNIORS l . r e- P' i . 0 , " 1' M 5' X J' 1 ., -51 1 15 va, X , 2 .M , l M -. . 1 - ' rub, --" 'Q , , ,FY ' :AQ .if l.'i 'i X . : I 1 :vl for-if I. -:Q , I ,Qi W W , I 1,5 s., X :gr 1 ,- lg,-5, Z -.S b .r ,',. D B if W - V ' 3- K is fa fr, 'B' l'oo - I nf he ix .,,r, f gf' Kg , ,s . 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Sugden Alma Sweet Dick Trebec Paul Vadnal .lohn Waid Nancy Wallauz Bob Whifcamb Pat Whifelock Marge Zalelel Jack Aluburda Bill Arendt Pal Alexander Jacqueline Allison Arclys Arrison Roland Baelwr Donald Barry Adeline Baldassnrre Tony Bechemer Walter Beck Carol Becvar Eleanor Beerham Bill Beifuss Gail Blanclmfield Bob Blinn Dick Boldin Kennelh Bruidic .loan Brooks Dorofhy Broos Bill Bronkall Don Browning Kean Bubnis Ruth Buchia Betly Brumfield l 3 1 1 i l i 1 i i 4 l i l I, i l l 1 4 if ll ,X Bill Burkholder John Byrum Anthony Calabrese Jerry Caldwell Tom Campbell Carl Canucly Jeanette Capretta Joy Carr Tony Castellano Marlene Champa Shirley Charske John Chuha Phillip Clark Jean Cimperman Joyce Codling Dick Conlin Alice Cook Pat Cooney Kathleen Courtot Evelyn Creighton Virginia Criclten Al Cross Dick Cross Cornelia Crouse Pat Cummings Betty Dahn Jim D'Arcy Al DeSimone Donald Dennis Bill Dirk Margaret Dowd Roger Duzinkski Ed Ebel Gloria Evans Bill Eynon JUNIORS ' H v mm : 9 ' ' gg ,. 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Bob Eiber Ralph Elrick Frank Fabec Ronald Fabian Nan Fairchild Gertrude Filsinger Gerrie Fink Betty Frecker Dorothy Funk Harold Gabriel Bill Gallo Larry Geyer Bob Gilmore Bernard Glavan Al Goodman Ronald Goodrich Frances Gole Margie Golinar Don Gress Kay Griffin Ray Grill Douglas Greve Chuck Graham Marge Gray John Gulp Betty Hale Gene Harrison Bill Heeter Mary Jane Hillier Mary Ellen Hollyfield Ed HoFfert Clark Hofmann Jaan Hopp Dick Huston Jacqueline lvancic Dorothy Jameson Bill Jarc Joan Jerabek Ned Jesberger Al Johnson Bernice Johnson Chuck Jones Margie Jones Nancy Jordan Marlene Kearney Frank Kehn Tom Kerr Barbara Key Betty Klein Don Kollar Carol Koppich Mike Koshock Steve Kozlow Frances Kozlowski Dick Kosteinshek Ruth Kotnik Audrey Kovach Helen Krause Kay Krause Esther Kubik Don Kuharik Joanne Langa Chuck Lays Mary Leonardi Bill Libby Jim Litz Christine Luzar Pat Maher Don Mahne Dorothy Mahne 554 , R . '1 "N 4 Tw .qu- ufai' . - , X.. . X., 3 ef' Q N '24 x , 'ur J. 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Page Sixty-one CLASS OF 1951 . Q . --my-f ::v:15, of "" 0 155' ,mes , :.F.,::.v :- . 1. .i":f- . we r ,.Q - ' , -. :e r,. .Q 1-1 :Q Q -' 5 ,:: W 44-We .Wa Y X wr -we N X -- 1- rw - V .... ' ,av kwa I K . ggj., 331, y ,,,I i:" '1.3' X WM., N 5 ...., ix , X N GA., X , , Q x iiiieim Ae .L .- -. .I ii. 1 - 'A 1 -W--M C f f' ' f ' W 5, ,,,-3.5-aqhm. K SEX-.Qf:j,' - " riirfz,--rm, " - ID ew X Q is R X Q. , xxx x X Lf. x 1551111 gliri -:mbsf . fx Page Sixly-iwo - 22' . W iff? 'SL V fairs fi CDN .1 'Qc . .,,. .9 f v ?2i?i' . XX X N 'Ie . ww-9 X Y X X A .S X ifgximf Qwsx x xi5x?EvvA. ,L,x . My A ' 'N x X S -.fx w2.:.f g Q f X il x 1 x Xxx ,t ,Fr , 5 X. Maynard Makman Connie Malm Pa? Marchione Ruth Marcombe Mollie Marreff Frances Martincic Marilyn Malhers .lean McDermo1f Anna Mae McGlynn Gene McLoughlin Bala McMahon Flora McPherson Milford McVeen Janet Meglan Bob Messersmifh Dick Michelbrink Dolores Mihelick Geraldine Miklavic Don Miller Carolyn Milosevich Marcia Mlachalx Ed Modic Ted Monacelli Nancy Moreiti Celia Morgan Bill Muser Homer Nagle Philip Neubecker Jim Nifz Roberta Nulick Jerry Nunnally Diana Pabalis Dolores Page Vernie Palsa Mariha Pafmore Rickie Payne Marie Paz Bill Peck Bert Pederson Janet Pegnoli Edna Perot Carole Perez Sam Perry Bobs Peterson George Pfaff Frank Podnar Betty Pollock Tom Porter Ronnie Potokar Ferolyn Powell Martin Rocecic Helen Raplenovic Ann Rath Leonard Ratzman Kenneth Redlin Claire Reilly Mary Jo Replogle Lou Ann Richardson Don Richmond Marilyn Richter Shirley Riley Pat Rodgers Paul Rogers Rita Roieck Ronald Rossington James Russ Joan Sari Don Sater Ronald Schafer Ray Schelgunov Q rx 1 V JUNIORS W ff-rr! .rl ,W Ai ' nv.. 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I y Y 5 a '49 2, 'Q MW ' 'N-viii? were Rita Schmid Carol Schroer Charles Schultz Walter Schwabe Bob Setron Chuck Sezon Burleigh Shibley Sally Shields Geraldine Simmons Margaret Skufca Harry Sleith Herman Sluga Gene Snyder Dolores Snyder Bob Soeder Ray Staley Sue Staples Harold Stefancik Janet Steffen Ray Sterle Judy Stinson Jim Stokes Rudy Strah Joan Stroup Virginia Struna Rita Stuber Morris Sugerman John Sullivan Jean Summers John Sutherland Bob Swaney Dick Sweet Andy Szabo Andy Tapassi Alice Tarantino Dorothy Tarasco Larry Thomas Rose Marie TiFfany Ray Timco Elaine Timoney Pat Toth Agnes Toward Sue Town Pat Trebec Bill Uhl Elizabeth Vah Dick Van Scoder Dolores Verbecky Sara Verbsky Barbara Viclusich Nelson Vixler Georgine Volney Dorothy Wagner Bob Walsh Crisy Waterwszsh Marilyn Watkins Ralph Weber Marlene Weir Barbara Weist Howie Welch Don West Wesley Wheaton Jean Whiteside l.aVerne Wilhelm Nancy Willson Earl Wittine Peter Wolf Peter Wolff Norman Wonderly Don Yerrnan '52 .4 F .13 , in i fi Qs , t,.,X . L, L, irf y. L, S. V. S3 .S U ' Q 3 Is. x" Q 1 -ult- tcyvi fn- FVS ts r T, Y ..,...f it 'SL 1 5' A W., EB 5 I A JUNIORS ,ga T .A A ,yr 1 ur I l, 'J E i i 1 X i ! vis X J .N , Sap xt , T -Q- F-M.,-v vu ' Ox ' 4. li l H ,gi A' ' '22 are I .Q i ' ,. , - '+ ' A fu T Qs' T A " ' -- " Y -Oli' .. it-is ,-A,. NYT 125. , ,A Q i in ' 551 - - ' fe?-2 f ,g .5 lyv K V ,,,ss Tv? T? ' A ff ,Q 'fi 1 N-1'-P' ef. Qs- A AJ ff' s f mg- ' ,. Q ' K +2 ,. at I , .ATA .Hg 5 1 f fe , 4 t 'www nr gzxw' 5 D .+ M D ir A ,, I ,. ?'f'W , Q T, . ,ee r - , 4- fs' 1 D i .', F Q.,:1.---' K r' ' v ff L ww I i ' 15- , f l 'Q , X' ' ' 3' T , , N X T ', VFX " ' 7.1 , 'XXX 'f . 1 V .- tk fr' j Page Sixty-tive CLASS OF 1951 X. 1'-'Q 'l . l " ,' r , ' . .. ' "h-" 'L., , if u ,'.' if -V'- " .. ' .. "" W '-v- ' ' "" f ',,'. ' 5.-,.- .'-X' .1 -,'.' Q 1' -. H55 -', 2 " , .',- -. Q, .2:E:?i' '-," 1-1' . - 233.22 Hmmm ,mi 'www .--' -W'Y fuxu 'vii Mmgm. , h" fi '-'- V in il5S:,,:. '.,- f!,v"5 " 5 if , 4. . .- .,,,V..: K 9. Eleanor Yurfz Marilyn Zeller Bob Zeller Ed Zogg Diane Zulick Page Sixly-six Following the curreni fad, the Junior party high-lighted square dancing. No party would be complete without an abundance of good 'Food and a little social dancing. This party was completely successful in both respects. CLASS 0? X9 51 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sophomore A Class Officers Jimmy Nimmo, Secretary-Treasurer, Estelle Bozell, President, and Bill Schlauch, Vice-President, assembled at the gym entrance of the school. Page Sixty-eight Sophomore B Class Olticers Nancy Yeary, Vice-President, Janice Lindstrom, Secretary, Kent Smith, President, and Arlene Lokar, Treasurer, talk over the plans of their class at the entrance ofthe swimming pool. 2 I i i i i i i i i ii E 1 i i l I I 1 Donald Alston Joan Austin Frances Bajzel Barbara Bates Rene Behrens Barbara Beyer lda Bickley Jean Bosco Estell Bozell Joan Butler Duane Carney Ann Christott Mae Crowther Carol Deely Norman Eighmy Ronnie Elliott Joan Finke Grace Germano June Gibbs Ed Govitz Charles Kelly Henry Kisthardt Ed Langan Virginia Langdon Kathryn Maloney Mary Milosevich Austin Murray John Nachtigal Jimmy Nimmo Roger Popp Betty Poie Marcus Predovic Lillian Radio Bill Schlauch Jerome Silverman Norman Simmons Blase Skully Bob Stefancik Gladys Stevenson John Van Osdale Bruce Abbott Joyce Ahey Annabel Aitken Richard Akers Bill Akos Joan Aldred Dorothy Andreucci Evelyn Applebee Jo-Ann Archbold Bill Argent Jim Atwood Shirley Balint John Barone' gii- J John Bassett Ruth Baus Corrine Beadle Don Beldin Bill Beldin Betty Bentley Joe Bernstein Richard Besemer Joyce Blanc David Bosanko SOPHOMORES 'Jr fi ,.- i I - . . 1 'wr , 4 ig -. , r 1 J 4.1. ' Nw , , ,N f ,vi ' J- l I V f L A 11i'i'i4if11 l. . J if ,ali if ,. we A it .. may " j", 'f , 1 oh ' ' N- Y. , h six I ig, A 'S i-vrQ . in ' 'J X A Lf' .. I-13: -5" ' 1:1 535 1 - f" me ,.,, , , , ' ...ic x A.. A A ,Q in . X . wi , -wa-fe", A ,V+- bfx-' , fr N w -1 l '5 .A ,K -4 N - . u Q 'sry 'rr ' -4 I9 . V4 3 g 3 J fi 0 ,L "' ix xy S nv , b Li '- I I 1 ig gm A I ,ci .a Q J f Vqhs ' -f 1 C V ar' Ng ' 4 S, E el J ,, .s fs. , ,, A SW .-sm, 5 A , r I 4 l 'if if c ' R -A V 5-if r t -7-P' 1 2 ' , J fi K . QP 4 H " ' " - V iw Q 2 ' ,1 . - 15. Q -Q x . 1 A i ' . I Y I, wi' - H P . 1 ' ' .:161fJ',', - il :L i '.t mx. f-5' I is is ' B 3. Vx ,V - bc -I E, , ,li :-., Y , J 1 . ! , J 4-ii! Page Sixty-nine CLASS OF 1952 W 'BBW , X . ,, X .,. X ,N . Page Seventy ,J S . P --' ,i xx XX X X X NX R A Q 2: C R- .Q X Qi' F :-45?-1: 'sl .ff i 'Y' 3' s gQ1 , iii- ' 3,5 I in X 5 , Q. X1 bs y ' . -A ge-7 .C if J 5 s. N ll s , i Charles Bowman l Shirley Boyle l Frank Brancely . Ranald Breskvar Catherine Brodnik Monica Brown N Anne Browning Lois Bruck Bob Bushong George Byrne Richard Cameron ' Rose Marie Carabotta Beverly Carano James Carney l Tom Carney Vaughn Carney Ray Carson Barbara Cartwright Michael Cetaratti Doris Clayton Daniel Colantonio I Naomi Colbow Charles Conti Jean Coski i Charles Coulson John Covert ,l Charles Craig l Chan Crawford Shirley Dadlow Pauline Daniels David DeGenova Leonard Delac Frank Delaney I Frank DeVito l Dennis DiCenzo I . . l Dolores Disantis I Joseph Doherty l .loan Dondrea Richard Dostal 1 Marilyn Dowis 4 Willis Downing i Jack Dugan I i l Rita Dugan I Carl Ehlert Gale Emerich Tom Evans Dick Ferrel Rose Marie Ferro Thomas Finnegan Jack Fisher Bill Flynn Mary Ann Frech Gilbert Frey Donna Ford Carol Gardner Frank Garofalo Bob Gates Mary Geddes Carlton George Tom Gietano Gayle Glenn Walter Gollwitzer Ronald Gorisek N l L John Goffschling Jim Gray Bill Green Mary Ann Guip Richard Gygli Jack Haire Margie Hale Beverly Hall Fred Ham Donna Hamrich James Harris Carolyn Harlzell Martha Hazzard Harry Hershey Jim Heriel Geraldine Hocevar Richard Hogan Mary Holfelder Doris Holzmer Coralie Hope Donald Hormell Carl Horn Bruce Horner John Hovancsek Por Hurley Alice Husfon Mildred lnfanfolino Stanley lnfihar Jim Jackson Carole Janke Jan Johnson Suzanne Johnson Adrienne Jones Richard Joranko Donald Juslus Else Kalberer Rose Kalavsky Rufh Kalavsky Murray Kaplan Bob Kappelle Carol Kazar Jack Kelley Russell Kidd Tom Kimes Jane? King Bill Kirchner Beffy Lou Kirk Donna Kirkendall Doris Kling Richard Knerr Mary Kolefic Edmund Komraus Doris Kovach Ed Kramer Karol Krohme Walter Kuhar Mary LaMacchio Gerald Langan Barbara Langer Roland Lapinskos Gary Lafour Rita Lausche Bruce Laufer ix .., 1 SOPHOMORES , ,c . QQ .4 T . , . " W as - .4 Q 1, -1 ws , - 'fer M if ' 1 1-is mfr B . ,V f-f N c 1 ' ,ff . QV, X ,V , " - 'r A V... 1 ' .sy 'Vvv'kg.. . . . '.' X f' X c, s . ' X . R Y., , L : L z... 1 . ' C: .- 1 ii X 'xi' Q EJ V H' f - flag- ' x ' Y R: A - XA my , 'Q , 2 N' ,F 24 ' ' Q ' " - - ,, , ,Q akin, r N vi- -qw ' y . . , ' l '-" -f. - V 1 1' ' F .- :gr 'W Q A .. -4 ' x'fv-"OJ ' - ' ' "' v" A 4 " 1 XM ' ' T.. , y 'l E! r- I ' A' 4 , U 'N A I . ,.M vA,V ' IA' I ,lly r "" fa , I . . - e' A A, . . f rv 5 f w ,M .1 J 3 - nf-l f f f' ,i , ' 2 '-T' , 'A - 'Z' I Z , V 'I I f ' A o , . x L , , s J , i if - 'if 9' .fgl V ' .. ,A so gg 9 'fx A -J y Lys: 1 ' ' , " 'sn ' my ' ' U Rfil! Q 2 A ,V , 7.5 , , . I xyyxr 0 . ,SX Up. I ., l l... If y .it 2 5 fi J ii T?.,f,' iq , Sm 552, -5 1 ib1Qp11..i-, ' ' sk - w .1 X , ? . A 3 x-,',. , we : ,. Q4 N I iw, i -3. 5-K S v rl' ' 1 ,la . at fn., , I f-. l I 5 i X X Vi? f F l A Page Seve nly-one CLASS OF 1952 'SP' i Q. . .ai C? ' 4 ima., ...fu -5 var P. I -XXX A Q f L s x ' i X ' X fe -A 5:57- '25 Q , fi 'g c :Vg-5,4 I, ,fy A It . A Ja Q 5 N A? ,.Q 1-?i 11 ' i .'.x A .X W v .:.L T X ,v Civil: -c . 4x- -ru l 5, ,aw -I Ji ' Q LA. V - E' ' i Q, fs J. V - -, , -.:q,,,:,, Q 4 if 5 'i K, .' J Y- SI FWS .4 K, Q-1 uf ' -4 '. .5 ff" , Q, ' f A J' V s , ' . I , ge.-.e f 1 M,-..s.:i'5 H H al L' ,I . 'i ' , '- bv,1...'- . mvf'-uTf-31 J L .af ,Q 39, . A ' ' V . l ..,, X -" I H 1, W. 'V JN! , A3 1" 1. .- , G+' 1: 5 az V ' X I 1 , q , A . .4dis.x' J A 4- I . . 'T-as - sa I ' .f fy- ,E , -1-up .5 -' --ww f-'Q A- so we J A X + A J 35211 Af ' i.::i:i'ii': :':'-.::'E:1EEff' K -f .s,,..,c,., v.,.,.. .Q vis nan, 'kv . I W. 1:14 "iff . 57531- . he D K lu H ge, 5. ., Y.,-. 12? .Lg 5' ' lellifl ,V We-f X ' x Ur- ' .. 4, 'nge ""5iS1'iQ2k+5, , Q f Y . tg, f N. ""' i X. -Q: ,1-ssxszisw- , - Y, - 'S Q3 .... x 4 S x . Y 3 X. K I .sl Q X vb Nur' N ,Q I X fri- ,Y fQi'.','f' , :ff .- xx :NA M -A ei ,Qi X 3 ..: ' 'A ' Qf ' "i Page Seventy-two wi X.,Q ku A A mv,-,, ., , ' S ,u ::- W-ssw . if .- . 5-Ts Q, X N ws f?.'v'-sr' S ., X .- X:" 2f. 1' X A "N s c A if X - X 5' ei :ri RP, .F9 ' me ' L.. ,.-.' ,- -. , 1' !"' L car "Q X, ' :g ds y v - X V . f ' t l' ' 2 fif.fjsik,2: 1+ 'QS' f i V' ' ,-,.,4e:',s1ff., ' '-1 X , e .,, -1. d ' , - ' B sis? it J, L -,waxM.35fx3:,,- ,,- f' V, Q his ' . , N l" Q' ' 2 f "'-Til I: r it 3 ,..3,. 2.5525 'J X- " ' . 3 X , s2'1i:?i:S:Q" 1111 'f ' ' " 4 4561! , , gy N h ,', r 'bi 3 AX Y. 2F"fl " N """' L ' "53Y:5:- it . , L- . ' T' :TQ-.isf . 1. ,EX ., Q - Q -i wif it ,J 'N if ' i ya... 1 - f is l . .Q R 'f' - ' - I 5? : . . .. .- I 2 , WSI Mx If?-Ifffi 'fl X V .-im W L si L ,R . 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XXX Xi Yvonne Lclvo Diane Lekse Carole Leitch Bob Lindsay Janice Lindstrom Walter Lindstrom Arlene Lokar Jane Lowell Joan Luikart Dick Lumadue Patricia Lynch Dorothy Maczuga Rose Marie Mannion Bob Mansperger Janet Mapes Ellene Marchione Shirley Mardorf Alice Mauser Bob McCulley Pot McNellan Alice Melkerson Vince Menill Joyce Meyers Dolores Mihelich Pat Miklus Mary Jane Milavec Don Miller Pat Miller Richard Miller Sandra Miller Margaret Miskerich Wilma Mlack Jack Mocny Frank Molnar Bob Monnett Jim Morton Kay Maschell Dennis Murphy Mary Murphy Jim Murphy Charles Musser Bill Myers Dick Nagode Pat Nagy Richard Newman Bill Nobbe Jim Norsic Dick Nunnally Ronald Obed Ronald O'Connell Tom O'Donnell Dolores Ogreen John Ohnemus Louis Okicki Dick Olmsteod Ed Omerza Leroy Omerza Eugene Orlando Lois Osberg Frances Parziale Tom Paskins John Passerallo Lois Payne Jerry Penkala Paul Petti Carl Pfriem Richard Phillips Betty Pinlcava Donald Plesnicar Bill Potacar Earl Price Ronald Redding Charles Reighard Midge Reilly Elaine Repicky Audrey Richman Marilyn Rini Nancy Rolinson Harvey Roll Carol Rouse John Ryan Stanton Ryan Michael Santon Jim Sainsbury Corrine Sbrocco Janet Schaefer Ronald Schmelzer Riia Schmidt Paul Schmitt Jack Schneider Harry Scholpp Fred Schule Barbara Schultz Nancy Seaman Claire Shepard Allan Sherrill Kathleen Shirilla Ruth Sill Audree Simonic Charles Smith Kent Smith Bill Snyder Jim Sobe Alyce Sowdon Bill Spaur Gloria Stahre Charles Sfarman Connie Stark Bill Stoddard Marion Stone Clyde Stapp Jim Strathern Charlotte Stu zen Carolyn Swackhamer Nancy Szabo Richard Taylor Michael Tench Barbara Tiefenbach Janet Trommetfer Gretchen Uhry Carol Vaneli Bob Van Gastel Martha Verbsky Raymond Vermillion sin vagh Howard Vormelker SOPHOMORES , ' ,.A,4m,., . L . .- sv - , ,. La, - - E lr If ., 113, ,, l . ,W L-+1 , S ' 1 f . lf? ' .4 , 3 R ' C 1 xii-7' , 57?-'-7 K l 4 I XV' A- , .KV , W ,.,. .AVV 1 ,' t JE ,V , 1 , .- A gigif,-3itf lj ' ,I l gf' - ' 4 J 'tv . A , Q 1 ' - . . , - ' , 1 J 2.3 , ,.,, Q W S' in A vp 5 .J tw- V- .. 5 " . M. J 525111 :px Y , 1 .'.,Q"if'1Sl'Q - I 3 , W R ' R f' ,. 1 , li-:gs . al ,L . A, 1 1 5 ff if gc 1 I f 3 '45 J, 'fl , ,'?'1?t-3 i ,l dh rv fn ai 4 ,sl J. .9 fy 1-S .4 .1 3 4 5 y tfry xx? , X Xvl' , l J .fer 51- , v ' if i rvhlffiyfg ' 2' ! P 1 . c.,.f M-. L li' . , f 1 4 .fiif 5 1. ,, i A '1 V 1 ' , . if 4' LC , i , . . 'Q , , g. .C L 'L' jx' 'ig "ge F ' 13 Q q"j""g I 41? ri ' 4, - 1 - J K' -A i f .4 -S i ef" :J xx . Y 3, fy , EY ENN t .W , 1 rpg- x if H 1 .X-.aw f Q34 ,J .iw V v l " . , 'X , - . ' '1 t , ' ., P Q 5 f r ' , I,-,,f"fw' V .A ., FCFQ -V " rw.. '1 ll- V9 f .fr S 1 .I M.: l' R .au - ff t F7 Q, 1. ' f M f. .Fifa . lli - . r ' x , H3 Q 1 Q ' ' b - j .1 mf wr -R J f ffl -Q , - J V i H V. Wi ' ,W rw ,X zo: f- fari- -' 1 J x ,, ' ii . , 'X' -V 'Siw . 1' , , In 7 , W 'W f ' 5 19", ,I ig, - lf , it cf if ., , J ,ELS 2 r-i S' .1 J , -, girl-FITAEVI .A , ,W C A X . y ,563 ,. f'Z-15? e gr. , ' S' My K , : X 511, ,W -M -W W ,,....Q.-.f QQ. l,.. lied 'J -W .,- ,A J .fi-Q' it ' ' . - ., I v M QM? Ni -X A -' f 4 . , : rf, fiiiliff P '33 . J 531-231, inn. , ...Br y U ard I If h ' ct ' ji- ' V' ' .N :Qs-., f fff if ' ' ' N ' . ' ' ' l - iii? QW - ' " ' 'x Ai - " ' ,gf5'E?iff". 1 f X Ei12f.QiQf:f J . ' if? J Page Seventy-th ree P CLASS OF 1952 .:A. . P 4 :si-E . 1 fm- 9' . .. .fi XXI x -' 1 -- .,XXE: :, sX we if W Af' y .. I . '- K ....X...XX A ' ' Ii inf ' 1353 F 1 N' X ft: We 5, ,S N0 xxx 1' Jw! ,. 'F L 9 -ue' X9 X .,. ,. , WRX , 9 .X .. . ,..., ... Q .- -X-1. ez.: F 5 X W XXXf - .A Si it -X Bn 3+ N X3 9, -X X-K ,rs ., .. . 8 X. mf X X i s X .1 Ny' X- , XX S. ,.X..Xsv. . .qw S X X XXgX-WXXX ...R -.ff A Q 'Q' '- X f ' ' wif .I ,X ' ., 1 X X , 1 X -,.,1,:- ,gfff-c. X. ,.4,. , ,.., . ,, , 'M-vc , ,5X.X.- W il. -HX. - c-1 5,E:5gv:":,: 1 t A X X . f.i 2sfsis:s'-- fs.Xeif'4X' Q ,. ' X X ,.:jgX.rg. 1' ' I X i' X' i' - .Xxij - X ' .. ':g.. 4 '-if -I .- . :f' 151' . ' -. 1,.::i', X -X X 0 . '- fr- ' - -X 'N 221. .ay P . - i . ' " 2'X ... X i5f::. i -X . :SQ V " ' - V "':X3 ' X -2 951' "" i .5 ' ,.:...X..X.,:5Ei.i52..,, if-XX ,X X Ng, , we XX , X X M, c j., f 1? Q -.-:,. X f 'ik' fll ,.,, 5 I' 2 . 1 .X 'X g '- A- A :- 2 :,..'i: 3.,". Xi:- S311 ...XXX -E XS . ..X , wif PX X -A .X .I K , X 1 S - 54,1-5 5 - ..:5.,...' . XX' X- Xfv XX -X ww X we- Q X' X .X X ' tfifi- 'l-'??X:'f'.X..: .. ' 1 :-L .. " 5- -- ff" X' I im' 'QQ X x "" Q --'- T A X' - . X-L U . .X E.. X- :fa . 5:51551 - A. : X . . -,X :GN X - ' ':5Ef-sf ' A . f X X xxx N X X Xx .Wx .. . r X C ,iw SX XX X .X 1:5 .55 . ' x X .X -X ' x - X. .. X 'gg -.:.,,.,, X, X .X,:i ' X. X, XX-A .X X Q., NQFXS X X we we X X-.alfa-.Q53 X c X ,mag X XXX X X A X XX N X x N X Q X G' XX X X X . K 5 . af. X X. . . ,,.. 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I ffl PX XX S" age Seveniy-four Bob Waid Roberra Walensa Dan Wawrzyniak Lenny Weiss Odena Whitson Carol Welling Al Williams Ella Williams Don Winter Dolores Wiseman Carol Wiskes Harold Wittlinger Wayne Wogensiahl Jean Wahland Joan Wolfenberg Larry Woodford Janet Woodruff Nancy Yeary Roberf Yopko Marie Zakraycek Joe Zanghi Ronald Zanzig Bob Zifko Frank Zigman Nancy Zupancic Louis Zupanic Paf Arnold Bruce Beaudry Richard Broz Don Carroll Joan Clayton Ann Marie Corlelfe Jim Crabtree Bruce Davidson Gloria DeNoewer Bob Egensperger Ronald Fifolt Richard Geist Russell Klawon Shirley Kollar Bob Krause Joan Kromar Alice Kusar Ronald Laccheo Marlene Mihelich Pai Moody Ronald Mohic Joseph Murray Sue Parrill Bob Peck Frank Perovich Sam Pefscmis Dan Pitts Phillip Richards Fred Smith Geraldine Snyder Ronald Son Joe Starman Joe Sieed Joe Sullivan Larry Toiura Jerry Turner Rose Marie Valencic Carol Wagner Richard Washburn Evan Watkins Mildred Worley Barbara Zales Richard Zgonc DUE YACNALXAM COR English . . . Diagramming is only one method of learning grammar in Mr. Blackburn's English courses. Practicing their knowl- edge of sentence structure Cleft to rightj . . . Mary Byrum, Roger Yeary, Bill Lind- say, Reita Williams, Joan Toth, and Jim Verbsky. United States History . . . Students in Mr. Whiteside's United States history class gain an opportunity to learn more about our heritage, and the important factors which make our nation what it is today. Mr. Whiteside is pointing out to Bobs Peterson a travel route used by the conquering American armies during the Revolution. Government . . . In Miss Gillman's classes, students re- ceive a better insight into the workings of government, both in the classroom and in actual cases where the law is ap- plied. By the use of this chart, Miss Gill- man is indicating various types of gov- ernment. Advanced Algebra . . . Advanced algebra is among the most essential prerequisites for a college edu- cation. Pupils of Mr. Koth obtain an ex- cellent 'Foundation in this important sub- iect. Applying the factor theorem are Ruth Thomas, Maynard Makman, and Don Mahne. French . . . Entering Mr. MacKeigan's French class is much like a visit to a foreign land, for we are perplexed by the babble of strange sounds. In accordance with lat- est educational trends, the language is learned by the association of a mental picture with the object, rather than by English translations. Learning vocabu- lary by the association method are Joan Archibald, Jim Litz, and Mary Welling. Dramatics . . . "All the world's a stage," and during drama classes all students are the play- ers. Shown enacting "Poor Maddelena" are Bill Koshko, Cornelia Crouse, and Dolores Page. SCIENCE Eli 1: it ii l Physics . . . Experimentation during laboratory pe- riods give budding physicists an oppor- tunity to prove the facts they have learned in Mr. Heinlein's class sessions. Carefully watching Mr. Heinlein Qleft to rightl . . . Lyle Braund, Carl Tanger, John Seita, John Chapman, Phil Bremser, and Bertel Butler. Horticulture . . . Horticulture is a new addition to Eu- clid's curriculum. ln a well equipped room conducive to the growing of plants, students explore the mysteries of nature under the skillful guidance of Mr. Geb- hart. Sue Town, Harry Hershey, and Mr. Gebhart are examining ferns. Page Seventy-eight Biology . . . Students of Mr. Calvert's biology class- es obtain a fundamental knowledge of the physical structure of many organ- isms through careful examination of plants and animals. Scrutinizing mollusks are George Burns, Rita Lausche, Doris Clayton, Jean Coski, and Bill Nobbe. nd. , , Shorthand . . . Through diligent practice, students in Miss Darst's Gregg shorthand classes are soon able to transcribe eighty words per minute. COMMERCIAL Office Practice . . . Here, in Mr. Smith's office practice classes, are. to be found the secretaries and business leaders of tomorrow. Learning more about the operation cf these machines are Ruth Recher, Sue Scott, Lois Kuzar, Roger Cross, and Edna Creighton. Typing . . . Typing is one of the important assets in the competitive world ot today. In this typical class, Miss Phypers gives Eu- clid students an opportunity to become skilled typists. Miss Phypers is helping Ronald Potokar. Q Lew. fix. Page Seventy nine X HOME ECONOMICS ., ,., A S- . it 4 . -Z Cooking . . . The rudiments of table etiquette are practiced in this section ofthe home eco- nomics department. Being served by Margaret Reilly are Beverly Carono, Carol Kazar, Ida Bickley, and Mildred lntantolino. fs' Apartment . . . In the apartment used by home eco- nomics classes, girls acquire valuable knowledge towards becoming efficient home makers. Drying dishes are Pat Spencer, Carolyn Karlovic, and Elaine Schottke. Sewing . . . Among the keenest satisfactions of the fairer sex is the pleasure derived from making part of their personal wardrobe. Exceptionally time work has been done under the careful guidance of Miss Lem- on. Rose Marie Mannion is receiving in- struction from Miss Lemon, while Ger- trude Filsinger, Betty Pollack, and Do- lores Bodurot? work on their wardrobe. 'SB-f Page Eighty l 1 Ii 'i l l l l A l I i I il l l l o P i I I l .lil Machine Shop . . . After he is finished with Mr. Price's machine shop course, any boy can take a place in this mechanically minded world, for he has learned well the fun- damentals of machine shop practice. Ed Kovacich and Mr. Price are admiring one ofthe new machines. INDUSTRIAL ARTS -5.1-'sf in 'ff -an N VV z 'f Mr Ai ' . if 'QP' 1 ,A I By r Mechanical Drawing . . . In the mechanical drawing classes of Mr. Pohto, students receive a basic foun- dation in drattsmanship so that by the end of th course they are able to draw house plans Dave Kramer is using the transit Industrial Science . . Students in Mr. Keay's industrial science classes must be doubly attentive or find themselves at sea Here Boyle's law Archimedes principle and the rudi ments of mechanics are taught Ed Ko vaclch Jim Stewart Chuck Vana and George Blanchtield are learning how to use a micrometer -r yr in Page Eighty one 1 ' ' 5 I . , . . I .- . , I 1 I I I Q ' Q t 3 lm 1 - --,..g 4, J if ' ., . x ,si gi l ' ' f 1 1 . . 51: W. " , ' ' - 7' , F ' ' 1, A 5- 'X ' , . ' N. , - - A- , i I i X V ,J X , .N . " V 1 5 FLASSES Q? ln- Honor Study Hall . . . Run by the Student Council, without the supervision of a teacher, the honor study halls were instituted to encourage scholarship and to give good students an opportunity to practice responsibility and self-direction. Rolly Cicirelli is in charge of this study hall. Art... Seeing a lovely bowl or a striking tig- urine emerge from a lump of clay is one of the ioys of an art class. Here, Mr. Vollman teaches sketching, painting, and ceramics. Dick Cameron watches Ruth Marsh and Barbara Key paint in water color. Library . . . Peace and quiet prevail in the library which students use as a source of refer ence and for general reading purposes The friendly assistance of Miss Bowditch head librarian, is available at all times Page Eighty-two CHR ACT N XT KES STUDENT COUNCIL Row One-B. Lindsay, V. Pres.: R. Yeary, Pres., A. Martucci, Sec., C. Hoffman, Treas. Row Two-J. Don- drea, B. Schultz, R. Carabotta, G. Wcilz, L. Kemter, C. Schrorer, N. Moretti. Row Three-B. Griffith, S. Town, T. Monucelli, N. Rollinson, A. Meyers, A. Browning, M. Mathers, B. Baitt. Row Four-B. Frecker, G. Lebar, P. Wawrzyniak, J. Turk, S. Mardorf, P. Trebec, P. Solon, Mr. Koth. Row Five-K. Bubnis, M. Sugerman, R. Lindsay, J. Bernstein, K. Smith, G. Shepard, R. Gorsick, B. Johnson, M. Mumford. Row Six-D. Wawrzy- nick, R. Sterle, R. Cross, C. Tanger, J. Baumann, J. Wright, K. Eells, T. Porter, E. Hoffert, B. Slade. The council solves student problems, renders services for both the faculty and student body, and sponsors many activ- ities throughout the year. It also operates the recreation room in which students dance and play ping-pong at noon, the store room, where school supplies are sold, and the reception room, where visitors are received dur- ing school hours. THE STORE ROOM Under the direction of the Student Council, the Store Room has been a great service to the students. Here they may buy paper, pencils, book covers, and other school sup- plies. Page Eighty-tour THE PLANNING COMMITTEE 7 Row One-G. Walz, J. Turk, J. Dondrea, S. Town. Row Two-P. Wawrzyniak, A. Meyers, M. Mathers, A. Martucci. Mr. Koth. Row Three--T. Monacelli, C. Hoitman, F. Baldassarre, R. Breskvar, J. Wright, M. Sugerman. Euclid's student government, a democratic organization rep- resenting the entire student body, is composed of one representa- tive from each homeroom. It had its beginning last summer when Mr. Koth worked with the Planning Committee. This or- ganization deserves much credit for its excellent work in our school. THE RECREATION ROOM . . . The "Rec. Room," under the direction of the student council, has been a great service to the student body. During lunch periods students may dance, play ping- pong, or iust chat with one another. i fl 'Q f? I 1 Page Eighty-tive NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row One-B. Lindsay, V. Pres., R. Recher, Pres., G. Walz, Sec., Mr. Whiteside. Row Two-A. Martucci, J. Abbott, F. McPherson, M. Mathers, B. GriHith, E. Creighton, E. Creighton, M. Replogle, J. Stinson, J. Bosanko. Row Three-M. Abbott, R. Williams, M. Kozar, J. Hester, A. Meyers, J. Christopher, K. Sturm, M. Egger, J. Toth, N. Demeter, R. Thomas, Row Four-M. Byrum, P. Wowrzynialc, J. Gribbons, J. Turk, B. Cressman, P. Solon, E. Neumeister, D. Levar, L. Yeager, N. Kallman. Row Five-J. Feldman, F. Baldas- sarre, E. Jonassen, J. Whiteside, J. Carr, J. Frost, A. Miller, M. Zales, B. Hagen, J. Okicki, T. Monacelli. Row Six-C. Hoffman, R. Yeary, C. Tanger, J. Wright, R. Strohm, T. Mason, B, Behnke, J. Baumann, D. McPherson, R. Cross. Once again, the initiation of members into the National Honor Society was the most colorful and impressive assembly of the year. To be elected a member ot the N. H. S. is the highest honor which may be conferred upon a high school student. Members of the faculty and National Honor Society consider for mem- bership iuniors and seniors in the upper third of their class upon the basis of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Page Eighty six AD CLUB -B f i . A -1 if 5 I . I - . V I ' , .. 1 -, . s , . , . ' N .-3'-1 - Q -..- . . -- . . 'K .v n' s I S7 if' - .. if-ef B A A. - .vm . , VM, ss 5 1: Row One-D. Colontonia, V. Pres., R. Monacelli, Pres., M. Byrum, Treas., A. Meyers, Sec, Row Two- Mr. Spangler, B. Hall, M. Koletic, M. Mathers, E. Repicky, N. Moretti, P. McPherson, B. Tiefenbach. Row Three-R. Tiffany, J. Lindstrom, J. Passerello, P. Wawrzyniak, J. Whiteside, M. Tench, N. Demeter, J. Frost. Row Four-D. Colantonio, C. Vidic, F, DeVito, P. Solon, M. Patrnore, R. Thomas, K. Roberts. Row Fivef R. Vermillion, F. Fabec, G. Gardner, J. Caldwell, D. Wawrzyniak, B. Mansperger. FUTURE TEACHERS Row One-M. Byrum, Sec., A. Martucci, Pres., J. Abbott, Treas.p B. Hagen, V. Pres. Row Two-K. Bates, M. Read, J. Hassink, B. Griffith, P. Spencer, A. Wagner, B. Jurcak, M. Gilchrist, B. Wise, M. Krause. Row Three-F. Martincic, J. Christopher, A. Miller, S. Mahon, l.. Steffen, J. Henry, M. Abbott, A. Browning, Miss Campbell. Row Four-J. Kosher, J. Lausche, J. Toth, D. Weinke, B. Cressman, B. Frecker, P. Alexander, K. Krause, K. Sturm. Row Five-B. Lindsay, J. Verbsky, E. Jonassen, J. Montgomery, J. Carr, G. Volney, R. Walensa, V. Menill, B. Behnke. Page Eighty-seven Page Y-TEEN crimp A new 1 E 1 .- .3 i SOPHOMORES-Row One-M. LaMacchia, N. Colbow, J. Luikart, S. Balint, M. Guip. Row Two-A. Huston, B. Carano, D Disantis, G. Glenn, G. Uhry, D. Kovach, B. Tietenbach, R. Dugan, B. Pinkava, J. Dondrea. Row Three-B. Cartwright, D. Wise- man, B. Schultz, C. Hartzell, L. Payne, L. Osberg, J. Mapes, E. Applebee, P. Nagy, M. Dowis, R. Mannion. Row Four-E Repicky, K. Shirilla, P. Lynch, N. Yeory, A. Mauser, E. Marchione, C. Hopes, A. Jones, D. Clayton, P. Hurley, M. Rini, M. Zak- raycek. Row Five-D. Lekse, J. Ahey, A. Browning, C. Shepard, A. Simonic, B. Hall, M. Hale, J. Wolfenberg, B. Kirk, J. King, Holzmer, B. Langer. Row Six-J. Lowell, J. Wohland, S. Marclorf, G. Emerich, A. Sowden, C. Kazar, C. Leitch, N. Zupancic, P. Milclus, E. Kalberer, C. Vanek, M. lnfantalino. Row Seven-D. Kling, K. Moschell, C. Stuzen, C. Janke, R. Sill, M. Miskerich, D. Andrucci, B. Miller, C. Swaclxhammer, J. Archbold, C. Welling, L. Bruck. Row Eight-C. Gardner, A. Lokar, R. Walensa Wiskes, C. Beadle, J. Blanc, J. Woodruff, J. Aldred, Y. Lavo, J. Trommetter, N. Szabo, J. Lindstrom. D. C. JUNIORS-Raw One-B. Hale, A. Cook, A. Tarantino, D. Jameson, R. Stuber. Row Two-M. Mathers, M. Richter, M. Paz, C Reilly, A. Toward, J. Pegnoli, N. Fairchild, J. Coclling, D. Auer, D Page, C. Perez, F. Martincic, D. Pabalis. Row Three-G. Volney, J. Whiteside, P. Rogers, S. Town, P. Toth, J. Hopp, D. Funk, F. McPherson, L. Wilhelm, N. Moretti, D. Verbecky, E. Timoney, D Wagner. Row Four-C. Koppich, N. Follis, E. Neumeister, M. Hillier, P. Maher, B. Vidusich, E. Creighton, C. Crouse, F. Goller M. Golinar, E. Beetham, J. Steffen. Row Five-B. Dahn, J. Stinson, B. Peterson, R. Rojeck, V. Bozell, J. Fertiz, L. Kempter M. Dowd, M. Champa, M. Replogle, R. Schmidt, G. Laddis, P. Trebec. Row Six-B. Weist, M. Patmore, B. Bates, P. Alexani Marcombe, J. Carr, J. lvancic. Row Seven- S. Staples, C. Malm, A. Kovach, G. Filsinger, K. Griffin, S. Shields, N. Jordan, C. Becvar, B. Key, S. Charske, M. Kearny, der, C. Morgan, P. Cooney, V. Struna, B. Pollack, F. Powell, L. Richardson, R. G. Fink, R. Tiffany. FQ. Eighty-eight I I Y-TEEN SENIORS-Row One-D. Colantonio, Sec., R. Thomas, V. Pres., P. Wawrzyniak, Pres., P. Toth, Program Chairman, J. Grib- bons, Treas. Row Two-J. Abbott, V. Connor, M. Calabrese, D. Frabotta, D. Willson, A. Rohloff, J. Harwood, M. Pederson, B. Wise, M. Krause, J. Crosswell, B. Griffith. Row Three-M. Gilchrist, E. Sartorio, P. Spencer, B. Jurcak, R. Williams, C. Ganson, D. Boduroff, P. Luth, J. Bosanko, C. Ziegenfus, P. Wade, D. Calabrese. Row Four-F. Gietano, L. Gibson, E. Auer, M. Paleit, C. Crockett, E. Waltemade, M. Abbott, A. Wagner, B. Thompson, M. Cardinale, P. Gosnell, K. Bates. Row Five-J. Lausche, L. Preston, N. Rice, M. Mumford, D. Patterson, J. Hester, N. Demeter, M. Me-ck, P. Reilly, A. Miller, C. Gollwitzer, B. Brewster. Row Six-C. Salomone, J. Henry, N. Kallman, M. Keyerleber, D. Levar, S. Mahon, M. Byrum, M. Calla- han, B. Cressman, J. Hutton, M. Holclren, P. Reilly, E. Schottke. Row Seven-B. Hagen, S. Pettit, M. Henry, J. Frost, L. Goers, M. Akos, G. Busch, D. Ogrinc, D. Earl, J. Hassink, M. Read, J. Toth, D. Weinke. Row Eight-D. Mauser, V. Tiderman, B. Lavo, L. Lugosky, B. Hoffman, R. Christopher, J. Turk, E. Hauser, J. Kosher, M. Zales, G. Lebar, P. Jordan, J. Montgomery. Row Nine -E. Jonassen, R. Marsh, L. Stefton, J. Gordon, C. Alter, M. Egger, K. Sturm, J. Christopher, P. Solon, M. Krecic, A. Meyers, C. Sandstrom. Commonly known as the Friend- Q ' ship Club, the Y-Teen is the ea' A f schools largest club for girls. W . 1, ," V ' sy J ' ' The club corresponds to the Hi-Y in that it is o junior Y.W.C.A. or- ganization. These two clubs -V iointly sponsored an informal dance at Christmas and a for- - 'S mol in the spring. ' ', if , v fl. Q-' CABINET Row One-C. Crouse, B. Griffith, J. Gribbons, P. Wawrzyniak. Row Two -R. Thomas, N. Yeary, D. Colon- tonio, J. Turk, P. Toth. Page Eighty-nine HI-Y JUNIORS-Row One-B. Lindsay, E. Nobbe, R. Moon, R. Cicirelli. Row Two-Mr. Stubbart, D. Barry, D, Van Scoder, L. Thomas, J. Litz, T. Sterling, P. Wolf, M. Makman, W. Muser, T. Monacelli, Mr. Bennett. Row Three-L. Clayton, H. Welch, W. Wheaton, G, Shepard, R. Grill, R. Heeter, R. Potokar, T. Castellano, C. Szzon, A. Cross, D. McPherson. Raw Four-F. Kehn, B. Beifuss, R. Elrick, A. Calabrese, K. Sandstrom, D. Browning, N. Vixler, J. Byrum, F. Martin, C. Hanks. Row Five-D. Kollar, P. Wolff, S. Perry, P. Clark, E. Haffert, P. Sugden, B. Whitcomb, R. Trebec, T, Mason. SENIORS-Row One-B. lindsay, Sec., E. Nobbe, Treas, R. Moon, V. Pres., R. Cicirelli, Pres. Row Two-Mr. Stubbart, R. Sari, B. Bubonic, P. Gausby, R. Yeary, P. Hill, S. Szemenyei, J. Chapman, J. Feldman, D. Moser, W. Knapp, R. Monacelli, E. Roberts, B. Silvola, Mr. Bennett. Row Three-K. Saywell, G. Wilson, B. liptuk, T. Sugden, D. Conlin, J. Bresnan, K. Eells, E. Zogg, G. Kostelic, G. Nelson, J. Okicki, A. Dragonette, J. Thompson, C. Tanger. Row Four-J. Baumann, G. Blanchtield, J. Wilse, J. Keyes, C. Znidarsic, J. Stricklin, H. Schlopp, K. Roberts, J. Cunningham, B. Landeg, J. Arko, D. Cousino, H. Moses. Row Five -K. Moeller, J. Greve, R. Strohm, C. Runey, B. Fielding, H. Kapel, J. Verbsky, J. Bratel, D. Hribar, J. Blazek, B. Willem, G. Rosenthal, R. Brown. Row Six-B. Bremser, A. Omerza, J, Omerza, L, Parr, T, Cousineau, P. Gutmann, N. Hope, D. Kue- bler, J. Woodruff, B. Dirk, R. Maurer. Page Ninety l i I l A. i 1 l l 1 V l 1 l r r i l l Z l l i 4 1 A v l l i 1 l i l I l . KEY CLUB 1 l Row One-B. Lindsay, Pres., J. Baumann, V. Pres., J. Wrighf, Sec., B. Eiber, Treas. Row Two-H. Nagle, D. Wawrzyniak, J. Feldman, D. Moser, B. Nobbe, M. Sugerman, T. Monacelli, M. Tench, H. Hershey. Row Three-D. Colantonio, W. Wheaton, L. Thomas, R. Brown, H. Welch, J. Chapman, C. Tanger, C. Hoffman, R. Cicirelli, Row Four-R. Sirohm, E. Hoffert, J. Byrum, B. Behnke, S. Perry, P. Gutmann, D. Cousino, K. Eells, C. Kuehn. MOVIE CLUB Row One-J. Siinson, M. Kozar, Mr. Bailey, R. Williams. Row Two-L. Yeager, M. Verbsky, B. Frecker, K. Krause, R. Marcombe, A. Raih, F. Mariincic. Row Three-B. Shudel, A. DiBenedic7us, M. Callahan, N. Kallman, D. Levar, R. Sari, K. Eells. Row Four-D. Gress, D. Powell, R. Weber, D. Miller, T. Mason, J. Ohnemus, B. Shelby, J. Baumann. Q.-Q vw 11 Page Ninely-one MAJORETTE CLUB P' Q 4 . Row One-J. Toih, K. Siurm, E. Schofike, A. Meyers, M. Egger. Row Two-D. Funk, J. lindstrom, I.. Richardson, D. Weinke, Miss Gill. Row Three-J. Luikari, B. Tiefen Daniels, G. Blonchfield, A. Arrison, R. Dugan, J. Dondrea. Row Four-J. Mapes, N. Brooks, P. Lynch, B. Langer, R. Mannion, N. Moreffi, E. Marchione. Row Five-B. Vidu day, G. Bozell, A. Simonic, J. Ahey, A. Browning, S. Boyle, B. Schuliz, M. Dowis. Row P. Trebec, M. Kearney, L Bruck, 5. Mardorf, J. Wohland, B. Frecker, A. RCIfl"l. R. Murcombe, F. Martincic, K. Krause bach, M. LaMacchia, P. McNeIlun, P Colbow, J. Cimpermcn, D. Broos, J sich, M. lnfanfalino, H. Krause, J. Fara- Six-A. Lokur, J. Woodruff, C. Beodle ff ...Nm o S Ki MAJORETTES-Row One-K. Sfurm, K. Krause, G. Walz, l.. Richardson, J. Toih. Row Two-D. Weinke, S. Verbsky, F. Martin- cic, E. Schoffke, R. Marcombe, A. Meyers, M. Egger. Page Nineiy-iwo H. MEGAPHONE CLUB wo' A N - 'hi - :- X JL' n . .- I Row One-M. Krause, V. Palsa, D, Fraboita, B. Jurcak, B. Peterson. ,I 1 1 Row Two-J. Dondrea, C, Hcirlzell, R. Caraboffa, R. Williams, J. Pavlina, M. Kozar, P. Maher, N. Colbow, A. Cook. Row Three-L. Payne, E. Repicky, E. Marchione, L. Osberg, M. Golinar, J. Cimperman, J. Codling, J. Luikarf, S. Balinf, R. Dugan. Row Four-A. Glenn, P. Nagy, D. Disantis, R. Mannion, N. Rollinson, R. Ferro. Row Five-A. Simonic, Huston, B. Carcsno, E. Applebee, G. J. McDermoT1, M. Holfelder, L. V. Wilhelm, D. Verbeclcy, M. Leonardi, D. Funk, B. Klein, N. Jordan, B. Bates. Row Six-C. Gardner, Y. Lavo, E. Cesnik, D. Andreucci, J. Trommefter, D. Kling, C. Sfuzen, D. Lekse, J. Ahey. CHEERLEADERS-Row One-V. Palsa, D. Fraboffa, R. Williams, P. Maher, M. Krause. Row Two-R. Recher, B. Peierson, M. Kozar, B. Jurcak, J. Pavlina. Page Nineiy-'rhree P. A. CLUBS P.A. ANNOUNCERS Row One-S. Balint, J. Blanc, M. Champa, J. Sfinson, J. Jerabek, M. Geddes, C. Hrrfzcll, M. Hale, M. Verbsky. Row Two-L. Yeager, Mr. McKeigan, K. Moschell, R. Sfaley, G. Orlando, P. Clark, J. Carr, G. Frey, D. Hamrick, B. Dirk, E. Zogg, T. Castellano, M. Jones, J. Byrum. P.A. TECHNICIANS Row One-J. Paolo, W. Gollwiizer, K. Mosclwell, J. Siinson, J. Jerabek, H. Whitlinger, Mr. Gebhart. Rcw Two-D. Winter, B. Wade, P. Miller, B. Fielding. Row Three-R. Zanzig, G. Orlando, J. Chapman, R. Sirohrn, B. Bufler. Page Ninely-four 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V1 STAGE CREW 175115 1 gm. Row One-J. Zanghi, J. Wilse, Mr. Case, L. Zupanic, R. Perry, R. Maurer, B. Flynn, B. Meyers, R. Scholpp. Row Two-J. Kinkopf, C. Hanks, E. Poiokar, J, Guarino, J. Hassink, T. Luzar, D. Colloly, G. Gribbons, J. Harris, D. Richmond, W. Hoffman, B. Ul1l, M. Krecic, K. Bates, R. Marsh. FRENCH CLUB Row One-A. Roth, M. Hollyfield, Mr. MocKeigcxn, N. Yeury, D. Mohne, L, Richardson. Row Two4P. Trebec, N. Fairchild, M. Replogle, M. Mathers, J. Turk, F. Broncely, J. McDermofT, J. Archibold, M. Welling, S. Town, J. Whlfeside. Page Ninely-live f 11,03 4 ' 1 SOCIAL CLUBS F World Affairs Club The world affairs club, whose activi- ties are supervised by Mrs. Stewart, is a junior organization working for world peace. The club studies actions and methods ot the United Nations Assem- bly, to which it sends a delegate to ob- serve first hand the proceedings of the U. N. Assembly at Western Reserve Uni- versity. T 'i t 4 T First Aid . . . I The aim ot the first aid club is to im- part to its members a knowledge of first i aid essentials. Mr. DiBiasio is the spon- i sor. f 1 1 i Junior Red Cross . . . I The purpose of the Junior Red Cross 4 is to render service. Miss Aingworth leads the group by teaching methods of developing efficient organization when catastrophe strikes. Music Appreciation . . . By listening to recordings of musical masterpieces, the music appreciation club gains a better understanding of the classics. Miss Berg sponsors the club. T .1 SOCIAL CLUBS Home Nursing . . . The practical lessons learned in home nursing prove invaluable throughout a girl's lifetime. Miss Bierberle, school nurse, is the instructor. Needlework . . . For centuries woman has found pleas- ure in doing needlework. The girls in Miss Patrick's needlework club are no exception. Round Table . . . Discussion and debate on topics of current national and international in- terest with a goal of gaining a deeper insight into these problems is the pur- pose of the round table club. These spirited weekly discussions, conducted under the guidance of Mr. Whiteside, are keenly anticipated by all members. Writing for Fun . . . The Writing for Fun Club, as its name implies, is composed of students who write merely for the pleasure they de- rive from writing. Mr. Apple assists the club members with their work. SOCIAL CLUBS Flower Club . . . The flower club studies floral arrange ments, grows plants, and displays flow ers under Mr. Smith's guidance. Mathematics for Fun . . . Literary Club . . . Pupils possessing a logical mind find Eucliclites with a liking tor good litera- recreation by delving into deeper mclthe- ture read and discuss the old classics matics under the tutelage of Mr. Buer- and contemporary works in Mr. Black- ger. burn's literary club. Page Ninety-eight sf W. .av""', r SOCIAL CLUBS Chess and Checkers . . . 1 , I l fi Members of this club may play either chess or checkers during their weekly recreational period under Mr. Price's direction. s xy s. J! Science . . . The science club explores the many mysteries of science under the direction of Mr. Heinlein. It investigates any phase of science of particular interest to the members. Camera Club . . . ln the camera club, pupils are taught how to make proper exposures and the darkroom technique of developing and printing. Mr. Gebhart instructs the group. F C T 5 -. - 'Is - ,s s-iET1f""5,-L ii 'QE Page Ninety nine SOCIAL CLUBS Dancing . . . Formed to give students proper guid- ance in ballroom dancing, members of the dancing club received formal instruc- tion from professionals of the Fred As- taire Studios. After a series of ten les- sons, the eighty-five members spent the remainder of the semester enjoying and perfecting their newly acquired skill. The club sponsors, Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Shepard, direct activities. 'T s Diamond Sports . . . The nucleus of the baseball team can be found in the diamond sports club. Headed by Mr. Pohto, the group studies and discusses important plays and the rules of the game. - , 4. - A A. - Singing for Fun . . . The Singing for Fun Club was organized for those who like to sing but are unable toioin a choir. Com- posed of ninety-four mem- bers, the club under Mr. Beck's direction meets for one period each week. Page One hundred SOCIAL CLUBS fthe Knitting . . . Versatile knitters hail from Mrs. Barrow's knitting club. Perhaps, before long, Euclid men will be display- ing argyles. VT Ln - - ' -- J- ---- s f.: Pinochle . . . Whittling . . . The pinochle club is perfecting its Whittling, an interesting hobby, has technique with the aid of faculty over- been revived. With Mr. Eckert as its men- seer, Mr. Vaccariello. tor, the members make many unusual and artistic objects. Page One hundred and one SOCIAL CLUBS Gymnastics . . . Organized to teach interested boys gymnastics, the club staged an assembly demonstrating their many skills. The club is instructed by Mr. Calvert. Bridge . . . Co-sponsored by Mrs. Sheats and Mr. Graham, the bridge club is divided into two groups. At the semester's end, when members had become proficient, the two divisions held a championship game. The winning team is known as club number one. Meteorology . . . Anyone desiring a forecast of the weather needs only consult a member of the meteorology club. Mr. Heinlein is at the helm of the amateur meteoro- logists. Canasta . . . Supervised by Miss Darst, the Canasta club was organized to instruct those in- terested in learning how to play today's most popular card game. Vw V09 WPA NNE' uallush WG 4:4 J. My Page One hundred and 'rhree THE SURVEY F1 C2 my EDITORIAL STAFF-Row One-M. Kozar, J. Pavlina, Mr. Apple, N. Fairchild, J. Crosswell. Row Two--A. Marlucci, S. Shields, P. Wawrzyniak, M. Mafhers, D. Fraboffa, F. Gietano, N. Jordan. Row Three-M. Callahan, A. Miller, P. Reilly, B. Peterson, E. Cesnilc, G. Busch, M. Sugerman, D. Pafferson. Row Four-E. Beetham, J. Wilse, E. Nobbe, B. Limbers, B. Marich, P. Reil ly, B. Key, B. Hoffman. BUSINESS STAFF?Row One-D. Ogrinc, M. Pafmore, J. Montgomery, K. Krause, B. Hoffman, J. Wolfenburg. Row Two- J Hopp K Baies N Fairchild D Jameson A Tarantino R Siuber S Shields Row Three A Frame B Kirk M Hllllel' E Creighfon E Repicky C Hopes A Toward M Graham Row Four B Bales P Alexander C Morgan P Cooney B ey N Jordan M Dufrey Row Five J Schneider J Basseif A Lokar J Blanc S Siaples Griffin R Marsh A Rath ff? Page One hundred and four . , . , . , . , . , . , . . -. , . , . , - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 V- - T' 1 - 1 - 1 - f - K , . , . . -. , . , . , . , . ,K. , . , . . '-T QT: '. K ,C - ' .ie 8 '- - - .. V .- .-. M . H. ,. V , u xr . ' 0 y . Q . ii T . fs 0 - ' Q Q.: i . W' i .4 L N i Q Q- . Q Xe. f. - - 4 ff E TA " H PUBLISHED sv NXQ5 AND ron THE if STUDENTS OF SURVEY X .M,.u" EUCLID SENIOR V HIGH 'CLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Tliursclay, October 27, 1949 'sc e To Deliver ddress I 103 1011 Euc ld High f .-..-?,, Am, , , ...,,.,, .- Governor Lausche. Dr. Hissong f O bf ' 0 00 en ffl' 6' TB'ffG 1' TE l'd' ' P Z I nhouxq A 0 rlno ree lngs 0 UC l 'P P I I. I 0 A 1 ,- 'W , v , xe,.,wmo,., ann' 1-V r .7 . 0 u J 11, n -- L, - ...no po. I ,no ' 'L A , f3 I . Whfhef"""'iD' A909815 'M'lxfflve"'S'n3cv'ln9 ull" J T' , SunflaV.0ct.30 ond World Wann ' tgiefflen nbef9' hows Am The mak' ' 'f ' ve' Welle onli ed "9 b"""" V v 4' V.-1 il ru 1. 1 1' wr- w'll - lation began on fd fn Sol -Q recommendn- 'Hu' 1' hm' ' ' Ami U' ' . V , lo 5 SPG cg 099 ingnmq bl Y-lux ' b - pn-an-nn the main iulflims at the I'Rp1lllj'.4Tlle ll age' bds ill Har: xi' FUJI: e d-'hil V' 'V' ffwinul flmlil,-:ilinn 1-urenimiy of . u an Q -,. ig q., ,l,' U ,I K 9I'll'0llI'l'l6l'lfS IT- .-ocizites when il came to plan- 'D A-9 Q biT3I:l,M,Ellhnnhhlhail tg: ately ll9C9553rl' '-" SU 'mfg th? new building' 4 9 hmlli hullivoriuiu. l Slmlfllll 2lClCllll0r'lS to N 0 b l ig. The f'l'5ll'Gn'l 'SWG 5uhmm'ed fm' 'Ji Gem-ral iliuiiwnmi fol the dab' V i N . thu new suhnr-l was for the amount 5 Ulu IW xuiimn' mimi H1 Mr Shore and UPSOU elPmPHU115 .If Sl,T50,000, S.-muy hall um , ,,,.34n-w WI ,I 4, 31 " ' ' ' flCl'lO0lS. Nvllell these adsli- liven passed when the i'i4img costs "V 7 A KU A NUIUA tions failed to lake flare of the continuing growth, of pupils. the Euclid Board nf Education decided to build a large senior high school which would allow the Central and Shore buildings to he used of luhor and materials lfocnnie such that it was evlmll-nt thul a seuoml llonfl ixrule fm' 51,750,000 wr-ulfl nec-l to he sulumllcfl, Part of thix ivns requirell for vu-1-tiny: the orig- inul huilding and part wai nocef- Nnry in nrfler to make cr-rlziin mhli- lirvnrl. the rhief onu ul' which is lhl- ' 1 4"2 pool. This hull not been . . . Gov Lauwche I -5 Tha- lruil-ling will ln- open for .,L:" , pulvliv amy-er-lion beginning' at Q5 lzflll Iv. in. llesliv-:ition wivu-us will 1 Im-pgin nl 31:20 p. ni. , Rev. l'ziul U. Meir-i uf lhfe East Shore Nlvtlioflisl Clvur-h will de- liver Ihr xnvoruliuxi, following the 'f K' playing of the Iluflir-:iliun Blnrch by A A f' ' ihe lflui-lid High srhuul l-and. under , . . .,.hu l.l1i.'.'n , X , , m 01' e largely lor els-nientm-' OXQQWA :num on Page 3, im H fr p fifixo 9 J r ihu flu- rtion of Ili. Dah llaipei. school purposes, 6 ,ho wdexl Y W lrmecd -W., 'Mn Icursell -Glass, Prcsiderit of T.. 1'....... A wr 5 organ? .WPS Sue Town, Ra lplz I' ,Apple se, of Un ed'."'1"f'0'1"dm"qn-i'g1"DUf5 . , G ' gl ' dv 1 ' or ec, 170 . 1-cl. 3 r. larry . . at HHS ' e O 09 Q00 'no ' 5 on ed f "fm . 1 . . - uf br, XUOUS moi S QR LGYO YOOSQS In o Here B d Qssign Our 0550 Lihlei Mrlh .lsancrnle ff: 6 NX 9 1 9 a Gb ed Cl I0 and pill Q04 0999 X966 eosl Xxexl rflqn M 5 Peter 904-h f Qfe Sdi up the W 994. b 0000 Jxdonclxng Qoxeg. ' LGSIQI' Allllml ' 'if lllu JL WOff dh qfflyn Msonf Mor: 0 Pflge 'lscape 6 'Elo 529 OW ill' " ms anuour 'fl ml... of fl, bcuss I Qfhef 'S Su ' n A. in ,X ef he 9 'I 130 D f .. -.V e SUR P of-,S f S, on Qer. E nge New to x ina uc uh. oi V 'IM .,.., VEY Or ,he d per 0 re alto ' Marilyn Bl M A L- Sup 5 . flEXfi 9 A, SWL x Yxexulllewai' and Raul? 1 iyhiwb SSUG hu imm- the Q6 ,. l P6'lC I diivcll ng ,, nd Public llI'Si l'f'l1'1 yy , . ' 1. lil. iwxne. Dr. Sfllrl fi 'I cl:-liver greeting, lhi' l'f ba 1 ""L'lnll'Dl. IN 1. Ure- xf .. 4 ls ' 'ff 'l I H Oh laml 'W llierh uiliorvislon of thc wilh Rollin' Civi-rulli eminent acting: ns i. haf In-vu :livnlwl into thim- pnrls. concert band under the direction nl' our incompnrnhle Illi- Dale Harper, and fs-arurinu lhe 12 alluring' nmjorettef, Thr Acconlian "4" follows. rlirecleil lxy John Okirki. who hu: jun purchased a S1500 "Exeeliui-" acuomliun, Next. The Music Masters. with Hurry Hersey: l'iunista Maynard Makman. Agues Toward. Ann Rail. and Harry with Flurlicl Si-nioi' llighl llll pier-- Hy i li' Q, Pnl Walla- nill :irrnmpnnp lin- fnllnning nrla r.. in turn: The llnlw Chnrus ol' 230 moi:-1-Ng gi Quxnphoni- solo "Sola", hy Miki- Stefnlicliikz xi piano duel. fc-zilurinu llay- nzxrd Nlnknmn :mil Hurry llerahi-51 an violin :mil pinno rluvl by the Ilrilunzin hrolhers :xml za four minute 'Tuhcn on lhv lelephnneu by xi -Llullent who nzimu ix being wilhhvld from the audience. The firsl pi-rwn ix hu mixes Nlr. Ilvck Ihr- corn-rl identifi- rntion after tho rum-erl will hi- rruarzlc-d uilh "lun banana splits". Blnrilyn Walkin- uill -einir. "Loi 1- Sends in Lilllv Hill ol Ro:-ses"g zi trumpet iriu will plug "I-'lirialinnna za group ul lap dancers. under ilu- din-rlinn of lhihs Peterson will dunceg Arthur Grug will sim: the huss sole "Bells of the ,nl thc lun "FlnrncIor:s en simlvn. lrninwl by chun- Beck. The finale nill cumist ol' on-r tation", "Russian Picnic". "The ll' Lou- Sona". A'Where in the World" lenluringg soloist. rinrl lu-Ally an -:urpriso solo by Rita Srhniilll. snprunu. "Sanur GYPSY llehnl-ce Admissions I0 this hour and :A hull' xhun uill he -.old ln lhe limilr-cl number nl' l600 people. nnrl the prices will range from 50 uc-nts for adults lu 35 ue-nlu fnr -nturlr-nt-2. and 9 cents for children under twelve. THE EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF-Row One-B. Hagen, D. McPherson, K. Bates, D. Moser, E. Jonassen. Row Two-R. Garofalo, J. Reider P. Toth, B. Griffith, D. Calabrese, J. Abbott, C. Ziegenfus, M. Calabrese. Row Three-M. Egger, M. Mathers, E. Sartorio J. Christopher, J. Hassink, E. Waltemade, J. Gribbons, M. Hale. C. Alter. Row Four-G. Lebar, S. Pettit, M. Henry, P. Trebec M. Mumford, S. Steed, I. Mollison, M. Hollytield, Mr. Angene. Row Five-B. Libby, J. Greve, C. Sandstram, G. Rosenthal B. Messersmith, J. Stricklin, M. Krecic. BUSINESS STAFF-Row One-J. Turk, R. Grill, K. Sturm, T. Sugden, P. Spencer. Row Two-R. Garofalo, J. Reider, D. Bodur- off, J. Bosanko, M. Paz, C. Reilly, A. Toward, N. Moretti, J. Crosswell, A, Arrison, M. Gilchrist, D. Jameson, F. Gietano, B Wise. Row Three-C. Salomone, K. Shirilla, P. Lynch, E. Kalberer, P. Miklus, N. Zupancic, P. Wade, C. Gollwitzer, B. Brew ster, E. Auer, L. Gibson, A. Miller, M. Paleif, A. Wagner. Row Four-M. Read, L. Preston, N. Rice, J. Lausche, D. Patterson J. Hester, M. Callahan, B. Cressman, J. Gronda, E. Creighton, M. Kozar, P. Reilly, N. Jordan. Row Five-S. Staples, K Griffin, J. Stegen, J. lvancic, N. Simmons, R. Schmit, J. Kosher, L. Goers, M. Akos, E. Kubic, P. Alexander, C. Becvar, S. Shields Row Six-B. McKone, P. Reilly, M, Zales, V. Tiderman, B. Lavo, J. Gordon, D. Weinlce, J. Toth, J. Henry, L. Steften, R. Miller M. Jones, R. Marcombe, Mr. Bennett. Row Seven-G. Snyder, L. Clayton, S. Perry, J. Baumann, J. Okicki, D. Berichon R. Moon, J. Stricklin, D. Moser, D. Van Scoder, R. Sterle, J. Arko, R. Elliot. 0 RSA. Y, Page One hundred and six Typing the day's report on EUCLI- DIAN sales is Joida Turk, assistant circulation manager, while Angelo Dragonette and Kay Sturm, business managers, discuss new ideas to raise funds and Kathy Bates, art editor, and Jackie Gribbons work on the layout of our first yearbook. K f R ,, 1 I ii - ,- 'nrt'-4 .pv- ""',.fv """" in -sf -Nei THE STAFF The editorial staff ot the EUCLI- DIAN, under the direction of Mr. An- gene, began early to plan the year's work. Here Don McPherson, copy edi- tor, Don Moser and Elizabeth Jonas- sen, assistant editors, help Beverly Hagen, editor, work on mounting and paste ups for the engraver and printer. ' A ,1 A- A V M 21 M ,,,w.s....w-,,., ,y ,. H., .-, , . x S 3 ii 'i 1 L.J X' ,... ff The necessary funds tor the EUCLI4 DIAN were raised by the business stalt, under the direction of Mr. Ben- nett. Ray Grill, advertising manager, and Tom Sugden, assistant advertising manager, discuss the budget with cir- culation manager, Pat Spencer. Page One hundred and seven QUILL AND SCROLL Back Row-D. McPherson, P. Wolf, J. Montgomery, J. Turk, P. Wawrzyniak, E. Jonassen K. Sturm, D. Weinke, J. Gribbons. Front Row-M. Sugerman, P. Luth, B. Hagen, K. Bates M. Mathers. Recognition for outstanding work on school publications is awarded by membership in the lnternational Quill and Scroll. To qualify 'For membership, a student must be in the upper third of his class scholastically, be recommended by the advisor of the publication to which he has contributed noteworthy work, and submit samples of work to the Secretary ofthe lnternational Honor Society of Quill and Scroll for approval. Page One hundred and eight CHAR DRBMB TXCS JOHN LOVES MARY CURTAiN CALL rck B D helds W Uhl S To R Weber M Maihe s W Lbby K Sandsf am D Bro nng 6!"""'-Q 553' Page One hundred and len CAST Mary McKinley Sue Town Oscar Dugan Don Brownung John Lawrence Ralph Weber Senator James McKunley Bull Libby Mrs PhylllsMcKlnley Marnlyn Mathers Lt Victor O Leary Ken Sandsfrom George Beechwood Bull Dark Llly Herblsh Sally Shu Ids Harwood Biddle Ralph Elrlck Produced by Lester Angene Q Q3 ., V . K 'ax . fu, - X' .3 o lx 6" l . Fi x S -mmf A R.EIi,. irk,S.Sl , . ,. wn,. , . r, ,l , . r , . wi . mr, K A. ,,,c,,,,,,,,,,,,c,,c Fred Taylor ,,,,,,c,,,,,,,c,,c,,.,,,,,,,, ,Bill Uhl . 55 fig K K A I 3 ,,,,,7,,,77,,, ,, THE JUNIOR PLAY . .. .. I JUNIOR PLAY STAFF-Row One-M. Sugerman, J. Jerobek, F. McPherson, J. Whiteside. Row Two- B. Klein, A. Toward, M. Paz, M. Richter, D. Page, N. Wilson, J. Stinson, D. Jameson. Row Three-E. Neu- meister, G. Bozell, P. Rogers, H. Goodman, D. Broos, P. Toth, L. Wilhelm, A.Tarantino. Row Four-C. Becvar, B. Key, G. Filsinger, R. Marcombe, L. Richardson, P. Jordan, M. Hollyfield, N. Fairchild. Row Five-N. Follis, P. Wolff, S. Staples, K. Griffin, .l. Stelten, P. Alexander, C. Morgan, P. Cooney. Row Six-D. West, C. Koppich, R. Tiffany, M. Patmore, G. Volney, E. Timoney, .1..Carr, E. Beetham, A. Szabo. PRODUCTION House Manager Publicity ,.,,,,,, Wardrobe ,, Properties Furniture ,,,.. , Bookholders ..., ,. Sound EFFects Reservations . Stage Crew ,,,, STAFF CHAIRMEN , ,.,. Morris Sugerman ,,,,,.Joon Jerabek ,,.,.Marilyn Richter ,,,,,.Flora McPherson ., ,,.,,...,,, Don West lJean Whiteside 1Peter WOIFF W iSue Staples Ucinet Steffen , ,.,. Rosemarie TiFFany ,.,,.,,.,Dolores Page Page One hundred and eleven OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY CURTAIN CALL I Joanne Hester, Jane Anderson, Elizabeth Jonassen, Kay Strum, Joida Turk, John Okicki, Phil Gausby, Larry Wilson, Mildred Kozar, Barbara Griffith, Pat Wawrzyniak, Jim Verbsky, Jack Feldman, Tom Sugden, Dorothy Levar, Gary Rosenthal. Page One hundred and twelve Steward ,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,, Mrs. Skinner ,,,,,.., , Cornelia Otis Skinner Otis Skinner ....,..,,.,. Emily Kimbrough ,,,,,, Purser .. ,,,,Y.. Stewardess , Dick Winters ,,,,,, Admiral ,,,, ,.,..,, Harriet St. John ,, Winifred Blaugh Leo McEvoy ,.,.,,,,,, inspector ,, Therese ,, ,.,,........... . , Madame Elise ....,.,..,, Monsieur de la Croix Window Cleaner .,.., CAST Jack Feldman Pat Wawrzyniok Barbara Griltith Jim Verbsky ,, ,,,. Mildred Kozar Tom Sugden Dorothy Levar , Phil Gausby John Okicki Kay Sturm Elizabeth Jonossen Larry Wilson ,, ,,,,, Joida Turk Joanne Hester Jane Anderson Gary Rosenthal- Sugden Produced by Meryl Baumer THE SENIOR PLAY Row One-B. Wise, M. Krause, E. Sarforic, V. Connor, K. Bates, J. Crosswell, J. Bosonko, R. Williams, l. Mollison, Mr. Baumer. Row Two-B. Cressmon, L. Gibson, M. Akos, G. Busch, C. Gollwitzer, E. Neu- meister, M. Mumford, N. Follis, C. Crockett, P. Luth, D. Boduroff. Row Three-M. Read, P. iSpencer, D. Colantonio, N. Demeter, D. Ogrinc, J. Gribbons, M. Henry, M. Keyerleber, J. Frost, B. Jurcak, P. Reilly. Row Four-G. McCumber, L. Steffen, P. Gosnell, D. Weinke, J. Hassink, J. Toth, E. Schottke, R. Marsh, M. Krecic, L. Eridon. Row Five-J. Thompson, S. Shewell, J. Peters, E. Cesnik, J. Brooks, P. Reilly, S. Pettit, R. Thomas, J. Montgomery, C. Sandstrom, D. Kuebler. Publicity , Elaine Schottke Costumes .. , ...,,,, .,., , Kathy Bates Furniture . . ..,... Jerry Wilse, Eileen Cesnik Properties .Marilyn Mumford, George Shephard Bookholders .,... .... ....... J a ckie Gribbons, Peggy Reilly, Reita Williams, Bernice Jurcok Tickets .. . Nancy Demeter, Noreen Kallmann Reservations . , ,, Ellen Neumeister, Patsy Reilly Page One hundred and thirteen NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE .lim Wright, Kay Sturm, Jean Whiteside, Barbara Griffith, Pat Wawrzyniak, Elizabeth Jonassen, Mr. Baumer. nationally attiliatecl honorary society, the Euclid National Forensic League is the only school organization which continues to honor students after graduation. Aspiring members are admitted into the society by acquiring twenty points. Points are won by participation in interscholastic contests in debate, oratoriccil, humorous, and dramatic declamations, as well as by making speeches and announcements before an assemblage ot not fewer than twenty adults. In an effort to earn more points, students participate in both local and state contests. After gaining membership, members may work towarcl three higher honorary degrees. Page One hundred and fourteen we Page One hundred and fiffeen :Q BAND E I r i 5 i 9 id Euclid Hi h QI gl Mr. Harper enioys the luxury of his own phone while band secretaries Ger- ry Lebor and Joanne Hester check the attendance of the day's rehearsal. Page One hundred and sixteer t .L BAND i , l , l , , School Band "l l li l l Assembling their instrumenis for re- l hearsal are band librarians Ray Ver- million, Dorothy Levar, and Marsue Key- erleber in the spacious instrument room. lb Page One hundred and sevenleen CHOIR ,aww he I3 1.2: 'iii ,j2QS5EaQ.:-1: -.:':3Se5V5f:::- e-1 wr' ' aa' 4 "fs- I ,wm- 'S ex-ueggzl Page One hundred and eighteen 1 qi ii Eu lid Hi hi Nancy Rice and Wesley Wheaton, choir secretaries, help Mr. Beck sort out tickets to the Christmas Concert. 9 i CHOIR School Choir Sally Steed accompanies soloists Bob Behnke and Alyce Sowden as they en- joy the comforts of one of the many practice rooms. LJ Page One hundred and Nineteen ORCHESTRA Row One-M. Holfelcler, R. Lausche, D. McPherson, D. Miller, B. Mansperger, H. Schlopp, P. Wade, B. Weist, E. Kalberer. Row Two-T. Castellano, J. Johnson, H. Welch, R. Vermillion, J. Carney, T. Paskins, M. Zales, D. Plesnicar, B. Butler, J. Montgomery. Row Three-Mr. Harper, C. Deiner, M. Keyerleber, E. Jonassen, J. Jackson, H. Sleith, J. Stricklin, D. Kuharic, J. Hester, J. Whiteside. Page One hundred and twenty Although the orchestra is in reality a class, it embodies the rare quality of cooperation which one obtains only in such activities as other music organiza- tions, dramatics, and athletics. The or- chestra played at the commencement and cooperated with the choral groups in presenting the Christmas concert and the spring operetta, H. M. S. Pinafore. Tuning up in a practice room are Donald McPherson with the violin, Bob Mansperger playing the cello, and Carl Deiner with the bass viole. lgiii . 4 ' ' 2 'li . 'l ' Ti L ' . A r , A A CAPELLA CHOIR A A 4 . Q' lar'- Row One-J. Gribbons, A. Sowden, M. Replogle, J. Cimperman, A. Cook, J. Jerobek, E. Creighton, R. Schmidt, M. Watkins. Row Two-A. Toward, B. Kline, A. Rath, B. Pollack, P. Wawrzyniak, E. Neumeister, B. Cressman, M. Zaletel, E. Sartorio, P. Jordan. Row Three-N. Moretti, M. Hillier, L. Goers, M. Henry, M. Stefanchik, P. Rodgers, J. Coski, R. Scholpp, L. Clayton, D. Morgan, H. Krause. Row Four-G. Uhry, A. Aitkens, S. Pettit, C. Sandstrom, K. Redlin, B. Lindsay, T. Campbell, B. Dirk, B. Behnke, S. Perry, C. Tanger, R. Thomas, J. Frost, Miss Tompkins. Qu ,. . -5 my -- -iffy ff. . gs , f ' "vi .. ' . ,..-.. . . . . -+ s nj., f - A L 2 i - l Row One-C. Gollwitzer, P. Rodgers, R. Williams, M. Geedes, D. Wilson, C. Crouse, J. Peters, I. Mollison, N. Rice. Row Two- J. lvancic, G. Neff, C. Ziegenfus, G. Simmons, L. Payne, D. Broow, G. McWerter, B. Marracini, S. Steed, B. Kirk. Row Three- P. Luth, R. Besemer, P. McNellan, N. Simmons, M. Cardinale, F. Gole, A. Fenske, J. Feldman, F. Ham, D. Boduroff, E. Beetham. Row Four-M. Patmore, P. Trebec, G. Latour, B. Dirk, B. Zeller, D. DeGenova, D. Hormel, D. Libby, W. Wheaton, W. Foster, J. Lausche, E. Cesnik, R. Tiffany, Miss Tompkins. ' ' ' 1 - . .. N' '-'wafer '-'ef " '- Y' 'xi' ' Page One hundred and twenty-one MUSIC GROUPS l Page One hundred and twenty-two GIRLS GLEE CLUB . . . The many members of the Girls Glee Club gather on Thursday evening with Miss .lan Tompkins to do what they enioy most, sing. This group makes far too few public appearances. KORNY KOBBS . . . Euclid High's answer to Spike Jones, and the most entertaining group in town are our own Korny Kobbs. Harry Hershey, conductor and arranger for the group, has molded these talented ama- teurs into an outfit of pro- fessional caliber. FLORIDORAS . . . The Gay Nineties couldn't have been gayer than these twelve, who sing and dance in a style reminiscent of by- gone days. Under the direc- tion ot Mrs. John Pohto, this group has been very enter- taining. BOYS GLEE CLUB . . . The Boys Glee Club made its first public appearance at Gala Night and won both the applause and admiration of the audience. At this time they introduced a song that Mr. Beck had written as a suggested Alma Mater. Their love for singing and their fine voices combine to otter good entertainment. TAP DANCERS . . . The tap dancers provided fine entertainment for both the students and the public when they appeared in as- semblies and programs. Di- rected and taught by Babs Peterson, these girls did a variety of dances for every occasion. lKneelingD Joan Dondrea and Lois Osberg, CStandingl Babs Peterson, Marge Callahan, Corrine Sbrocco, and Lona Preston. BAND BOARD OF DIRECTORS Annually, the band and orchestra elect a board of directors. Composed of ten members, this governing body arranges social affairs, enacts rules concerning equipment and behavior, and directs publicity for concerts. MUSIC GROUPS Page One hundred and twenty-three H. M. S. PINAFORE l CURTAIN CALL Don Hormel, Sally Steed, Dave DeGenova, Evelyn Creighton, Mike Stefancik, Bill Stoddard, Marilyn Watkins, Art Gray, Gene McLaughlin. .gg CAST Buttercup ,,,,,,, A ,,,,,,.,,, Marilyn Watkins Dick Deadeye ,,,,,v.,7, Gene McLaughlin Bill Bobstay ,,,.,.,,.., oo.,,A .Don Hormel Ralph Rackstraw ,,,,,, Dave DeGenova Captain Corcoran ,.o, .,,Bill Stoddard Josephine ,7,..A .. ,,7,,,, H ,,Sally Steed Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. Mike Stefanchik Cousin Hebe ,,,ee,,,,,,, Evelyn Creighton Bob Becket ,, ....,,.,,,...,...... Arthur Gray Under the direction of Mrs. Florence Hale and Miss Jan Tompkins. TXT Y- 7 7 V " iiijfiffifviftf Ffh . 'ff?'ili?l'i?fsiX ?i:Y-'ff?'S"2iff2if" ,, - Page One hundred and twenty-four LS' 1x05 f -L Aw. M 2 x- rf - - - 1 gi Y Page One hundred and +wen'ry-five GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION A W . Y 1 Y SOPHOMORES-Row One-M. LaMacchia, N. Colbow, J. Luikarf, S. Balint, J. Dondrea. Row Two-N. Yeary, C. Hartzell E. Marchione, J. Mapes, L. Osberg, G. Uhry, R. Dugan, D. Kovach, R. Ferro. Row Three-B. Kirk, A. Mauser, D. Hamrich, M Geddes, E. Repicky, P. Hurley, M. Rini, M. Zakraycek. Row Four-R. Walensu, A. Lokar, B. Hall, A. Simonic, M. Hale, K Krohme, S. Johnson, B. Langer, A. Browning, D. Kling. Row Five-J. Woodruff J. Wolfenberg, D. Holzmer, J. Ahey, C. Shep- ard, M. Reilly, M. Dowis, C. Sbrocco, R. Sill, G. Emerich. Row Six-J. Aldred, C. Janke, C. Stuzen, M. Miskerich, J. Wohland, S. Mardorf, J. Lindstrom, L. Bruck, J. Blanc, A. Aitken. JUNIORS-Row One-F. McPherson, D. Jameson, A. Tarantino, N. Fairchild, A. Cook. Row Two-P. Toth, B. Vidusich, C Reilly, M. Paz, N. Moretti, J. Codling, A. Sweet, D. Auer, N. Wilson. Row Three-N. Jordan, E. Creighton, C. Crouse, S. Town M. Mathers, L. Wilhelm, B. Kline, D. Funk, A. Toward. Row Four-S. Shields, G. Filsinger, J. Whiteside, P. Cooney, B. Key J. Steffen, C. Morgan, P. Alexander, B. Bates, M. Hollyfield. Row Five-C. Becvar, S. Staples, B. Griffin, P. Trebec, J. McDer- mott, N. Wallauz, E. Neumeister, M. Hillier, M. Replogle. Row Six-C. Koppich, R. Tiffany, E. Timony, G. Volney, M Patmore, B. Weist, B. Dahn, N. Follis, J. Fertig, G. Bozell. Page One hundred and twenty-six GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATON SENIORS-Row One-D. Colantonio, Sec., D. Mauser, V. Pres., Miss Gill, J. Gribbons, Pres., A. Meyers, Treas. Row Two- P. Gosnell, P. Spencer, B. Griffith, J. Crosswell, J. Bosanko, D. Calabrese, M. Gilchrist, V. Connors, B. Wise. Row Threei A. Gardner, D. Frabotta, F. Gietono, E. Auer, L. Gibson, M. Mumford, J. Abbott, M. Calabrese, K. Bates, C. Crockett. Row Four-C. Gollwitzer, M. Poleit, M. Holdren, J. Hutton, D. Earl, B. Brewster, M. Abbott, J. Hassink, M. Read, L. Goers, L. Yeager. Row Five-C. Ganson, G. Busch, M. Callahan, B. Cressman, G. Lebar, P. Wawrzyniak, M. Meck, C. Salomone, M. Akos, N. Demeter, D. Levar, N. Kallman. Row Six-M. Egger, M. Keyerleber, M. Byrum, M. Henry, P. Jordan, P. Reilly, P. Luth, P. Solon, M. Krecic, L. Preston, D. Patterson. Row Seven-C. Alter, J. Kosher, S. Pettit, J. Henry, L. Steffen, J. Toth, D. Weinke, R. Marsh, E. Schottke, J. Christopher, G. Neff, N. Rice. Row Eight-E. Cesnik, C. Sandstrom, B. McKone, R. Thomas, P. Reilly, J. Gordon, E. Hauser, G. Brasch, V. Tiderman, B. Lavo, J. Frost, E. Waltemade, J. Turk. - Y Y 1 The Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, under the direction of Miss Gill, sponsors intra- mural games by which girls may earn an athletic letter. The policy of the or- ganization is formulated by an athletic board com- posed of the officers and one girl in charge of each sport. GIRLS' ATHLETIC BOARD Row One-N. Demeter, A. Mey- ers, J. Gribbons, D. Colontonio, D. Mauser. Row Two-B. Hog- en, D. Levar, S. Town, Miss Gill, L. Yeager, M. Meck, M. Abbott, G. Volney. Page One hundred and twenty-seven IN THE GYM Page One hundred and twenty-eight HOCKEY . . . The hockey team, coached by Miss Gill, was the only girls team formed solely to represent our school in out- side competition. The team was a member of the Lake Erie League for Women, and played such schools as Laurel and Hathaway Brown. Dili- gent practicing on Tuesday and Friday afternoons helped them perfect the co-ordination which enabled them to win the maiority of their games. LETTER WINNERS . . . To earn a G.A.A. letter it is necessary to be versatile as well as active. The girls must earn three hundred points by competing in various types of intramurals ranging 'From basketball to ping-pong and badminton. Seventy-five of these points may be obtained by participation in no fewer than three outside activities such as hiking, bowling and skating. VOLLEY BALL . . . Volley ball is one of the most popular of the girls' intramural sports because it allows a larger number of girls to play without detract- ing from the speed or skill of the game. League winners play oFf to determine the school championship. l I all t l i l l Sf it CADETTES . . . The Cadettes, who assist Mrs. Shepard in her swim- ming classes, must also be proficient in lite saving and synchronized swimming. Row One-G. Blanchtield, C. Crouse, D. Patterson, J. Fertig, N. Follis, J. Mapes, M. Replagle. Row Two-L. Kempter, J. Crosswell, N. Fairchild, A. Sowden, C. Shepard, G. Emerick, A. Browning, C. Morgan, C. Janke, B. Vidusich. Row Three-G. Bozell, C. Beadle, A. Aikten, V. Crickon, B. Bates, R. Marsh, E. Schottke, B. Dahn, D. Kirkendall, J. Woodruff, E. Kubic. LIFE SAVING . . . The goal of the life saving group is to achieve Red Cross life saving certificates by ac- quiring the knowledge requir- ed of o life guard. Here Jo- anne Hester is demonstrating the use of artificial respiration on Jane Anderson, while Betty Hale, Carol Crockett, Jean Frost, Monica Brown, and Mrs. Shepard observe. SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING To many girls the high light of the week was the Tuesday night synchronized swimming session. The girls took part in several programs in which they presented water ballets and other intricate forma- tions. Here Jean Fertig is demonstrating diving tech- niques, while Dody Patterson, Corny Crouse, Monica Brown, Virginia Crickon, Nancy Follis, Joanne Hester, Betty Hale, and Jane Anderson watch. IN THE POOL u 1 ' III ll III! " 1+ Eiiigllit Hill!! A ll Y 1 y ,E v wld ff y ',,, ,Q f .X Q K - 1 .. " 1 5 I , ' We - 58? ' -ri fx I K, I . ' wx :Q x xo. Y.-' 1--' 'i' """'5lXx,.T-tl,-1 A-, .NJ 'i ,,f"'v..,, ,, ,..s A ' Ti 'K Rf . I .fc I .-.A ...ya A s. '- tl ,.,...r -. .- fl f1..' 'r'fig.".W-:a-.L.s.-L'."-A' ' .. ,T 'Q 1w"1..g-fe13,-q'x,Q'.f I -' 1 V. .w -. A ,1':Q,,,5.Q-.knives-5142 29.3- .fl ' '- '. ?- TM?'Z-"'z'FF-'ifF'f?'fs?"-Qfsnxs Swiss.-T ' - r ' A - . ,' - si-:'...'.-', -.---. - A. .. . -- M- Page One hundred and twenty-nina THE WHITE SUIT BRIGADE we e..x ,wr Row One G Neff Treas J Grlbbons Sec Mnss Gull D Levar V Pres M Meclc Pres Row Two A Cook J Dondrea M Rum D Colantonlo K Krohme B Grlfflth E Creighton M Mathers F McPher son Row Three C Crockett C Gonson A Martuccl M Hllller P Cooney P Toth A Mauser M Abbott Row Four J McDermott M Egger J Chnstopher A Meyers E Kalberer J Turk J Wohland Row Flve N Demeter L Yeager S Town J Pegnoll B Hagen J Frost Row Slx J Whntesnde G Volney M Callahan J Henry K Griffin Row Seven J Toth L Hedtky P Wawrzynlok P Reilly Row Eight A Lokar R Thomas G Lebar Row Nlne M Keyerleber P Solon Row Ten D Mauser The Gnrls Leaders Club rs the most Important athlehc club for gurls Members are chosen on the basis of scholarshlp leadership mntlatlve, dependabullty, and athletuc alonllty These leaders assust Mass Gull In gym classes and In Intramural tournaments Page One hundred and thirty p,,,f1 si - X , U -' 5 ' v 1.4 3536, , " ' 2 wwf,- v ,, 1 ' . A , 5 Q23 Li" A :Q-A A fi- . Q54 .. '3 1 ks " J, - 'T e ,. 3 , 1 - -.,. . " " 1 JSA", ew- .rw ., , I . A ,wb V -Q I J , V Aw . , . 5. x ,. . ,E - 5 A . J: P fe -s ., M ". "' 5 W. wr 5 ' rf' 1 S ' - my , js. sr? - X as -. -f e sf -'J s V A S Q ., R X. .. . 1 -A LJ l , . S . " H T jp. E : fe f 1 2 , ft Q .i if 1 J .4 , Y ' . ai -' R Q , 3 3" -' ,' fl . X ..5i::. ' v , 1 13 ' Y , if 'A - . , .5 . ' , .1 ' ' , . , . ,p . , . - . , . 1 . 1 . I . I I I . T , - 1 1 ' . - . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . - . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 1 . , . , . , . , . , . . 1 . ' ' , . 1 - 1 - 1 - - 1 - 1 - 1 - I 1 - ' . - . , . , . . - . , . . - . . . , . . . . " I I GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB Dorothy Mouser and Gerry Nei? Marlene Mack Ruth Thomas and Lavon Yeager Mona Egger and Marilyn Abboff Pat Reilly, Dolores Colanionio, and Marge Callahan Carol Crockeif and Cherie Ganson Barbara Griffith, Joida Turk, and Peggy Reilly Joan Christopher, Pat Solon, and Ardelle Meyers Page One hundred and fhirfy-one GIRLS LEADERS Jackie Gribbons, Angeline Murfucci, and .lean Henry Joan Tofh and Gerry Lebclr Rufh Recher and Audrey Frame Beverly Hagen and Put Wawrzynicik Nancy Demeter and .leon Frosf Mursue Keyerleber and Dorothy Levnr Lois Hedfky, Shirley Danley, and Lois Kling Page One hundred and fhirfy-Two ' 1 QYS MCS WYE Page One hundred and Thiriy-'rhree OUR ATHLETES LETTER WINNERS-Row One-J. Guczrino, P. Gutmonn, T. Srpon, H. Moses. Row Two-R. Kosfeinshek J. Feldman, G. Blonchfield, R. Poiokor, R. Cicirelli, F. Boldossorre, M. Sugermun, D. Nunncilly, J. Doherfy B. Baiii. Row Three-B. Sefron, L. Thomas, R. Moon, B. Mclrich, G. Kosielic, K. Eells, A. DeSimone, L. Brcund C. Znidcirsic, D. Mlochek. Row Four-M. D'Arcy, E. Nobbe, G. Wilson, D. Rinaldi, J. Bluzek, T. Parisi, R Brown, B. Behnlce, J. Siokes, W. Wheofon, B. Horner. Row Five-J. Omerzcl, A. Omerzo, A. Dorfeld, B Lindsay, R. Strohm, D. Loomis, C. Hunks, D. Hribor, B. Londeg, D. Wesf. Row Six-G. Greaves, D. Hurless P. Clark, T. Cousineou, K. Krause, N. Bosion, T. Bechemer, P. Bremser, K. Redlin. NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLASTIC SOCIETY-Row One-T. Srpan, J. Feldman, B. Mcarich, F. Bcxldcssurre W. Wheafon, Mr. DiBic:sio. Row Two--G. Kosfelic, B. Lindsay, P. Gurmunn, E. Nobbe, R. Strohm, B. Behnke. Page One hundred and 'rhiriy-four , , n AA.- ul. . ,.. FOOTBALL First row-T. Castellano, J. Thompson, H. Moses, W. Wheaton, B. Slade, L. Thomas, F. Baldassarre, T. Srpan. Second row-B. Marich, A. Omerza, J. Guarino, R. Moon, G. Wilson, R. Potokar, G. Blanchtield, J. Wilse, T. Parisi, D. West. Third row-J. Omerza, N. Boston, A. Dorfeld, P. Gutmann, J. Guip, D. Sweet, T. Cousineau, R. Strohm, E. Hoffert, E. Luango, D. Richmond. Fourth row-J. Bratel, R. Payne, K. Krause, B. Behnke, J. Blasek, E. Noblue, B. Lindsay, L. Parr, R. Cicirelli. Coaches Clarence Eckert, Sparky DiBiasio, and Jim Calvert did not know what kind of team they were going to have when they called the boys together for the first time early in August. They were more than pleased with the results, for the team was able to win tour out of seven games. Head coach Sparky DiBiasio and his assistants, Jim Calvert and Clarence Eckert, are to be congrat- ulated for their fine job. Page One hundred and thirty-tive OUR FIRST Page One Hundred and Thirty-six Phil Gufml-,nn Karl Krause Tom Cousineau Andy Dorfeld Jock Feldman Co-Capiains Ralph Sfrohm Bob Murich Fred Bcmldcxssurre Allcxn Omerzo Rollie Cicirelli Bill Lindsay Norton Boston Ed Nobbe FOOTBALL TEAM John Guorino Gene Wilson John Omerzo jerry Wilse Jim Blazek Larry pun Jock Thompson Ronnie Pofokcxr Tom Srpon Tony Parisi George Blunchfleld Bob Behnke Harold Moses Page One hundred and +hir+y-seven FOOTBALL Harold Moses Ronne Potokar and .lack Thompson As Euclid Senior Hugh Schools football team triumphed over Ashtabula nn their first encounter In history they started a tradition which we hope will be carried on for many years The Panthers then trounced a strong eleven from Zanesvnlle Next victim to fall mto the clutches of the Panthers was Shaw who went down fighting In a hard battle at Shaw Stadium Journeymg down state to Mansfield our heroes of the gridiron suffered defeat at the hands of one of Ohuos strongest elevens Making a come back the Euclndutes defeated Parma IH a smoothly fought contest One of the most powerful teams in the region University moved into Euclid and over powered the locals in one of the hardest closest fought battles of the season The last engagement of the season was with Toledo DeVulblss who defeated the Panthers as they exerted a mighty surge of power Thus the football season came to an end The record of five victories and three defeats created by the Euclid Hugh Panthers In their first season IS Indeed impressive when we consider the caliber of the teams encountered Page One hundred and thirty eight The Il'S SEASON S RECORD Ashtabula Zanesville Toledo Woodward Mansfield University Toledo DeVulbuss Ours ' ' . ' - 6 ,s.,,..,,.,,,..,.sssss 7 f ' ' ' I - 20 ' ,sss,ss...,ss,.ssssss 21 . . ' . . . 7 Shaw ,-,,,,..s,,,.,,.,s,.,,,s,,,,, ,'l3 ' - f o ...,. ,,s.s 2 4 , ' 42 sss.ss.,,,..,...,...,s 6 . . . I 13 , , 6 ' - 26 ' ' ,s.......... 7 BASKETBALL '- H-we Row One-Mr. Calvert, R. Brown, B. Silvola, E. Nobbe, B. Lindsay, F. Kehn, D. Mahne. Row Two-W. Foster, R. Strohm, E. HoFFert, N. Boston, T. Bechemer, E. Ebel, J. Ohnemus, J, Chapman. Overcoming the handi- cap of never having play- ed together, the basketball team had a surprisingly good season, winning elev- en games and losing seven. Coaches Jim Calvert and Sparky DlBlaslo did a fine 'ob of molding the boys into a team Bill Lindsay and Ed Nobbe were co captains until they grad uated mud season when Bob Sulvola took their place Here the co captains and coaches are discussing the line up for a coming game Page One hundred and thirty mne- OUR FIRST Roy Brown Frank Kehn Ed Ebel Page One hundred and forty Bob Silvola Don Mahne Norton Boston Euclid's basketball team, coached by Jim Cal- vert, played eighteen games in a thrill-packed season. Bedford, our first and last opponent, lost their first encounter by twenty-one points, their second by one point, and won the tournament game, again by one point. After being trounced by a strong Ashtabula team, we bounced back to defeat a powerful Akron Garfield five. After we had lost to Shaker Heights, Cleveland Heights, and Lakewood, co-captain Ed Nobbe decided not to shave until the team won a game. After a shaveless week, the cagers got back on their feet by overpowering Bedford and Univers- ity. Having lost to Cuyahoga Falls, Canton Lehman, and Garfield, we fought back, defeating Maple Heights in the last game in which co-captains Ed Nobbe and Bill Lindsay played. Under the leader- ship of their newly-elected captain, Bob Silvola, the Panthers defeated both Brush and Lorain, the latter by one point. Cuyahoga Falls again proved too strong for our five, however, the season ended with a victory over Akron South. BASKETBALL TEAM Warren Fosfer Ralph Slrohm Ed Nobbe SEASON'S RECORD Theirs Ours 25 Bedford ,, 46 61 Ashland , 7 ,,,,. 39 56 Akron Garfield , ,,,,,, 60 58 Shaker ,W , , ., 38 60 Cleveland Heights 40 57 Lakewood , H ,, 45 31 Bedford , is 32 46 University ,,,, , , ,,,,, 65 46 Cuyahoga Falls , 34 52 Conlon Lehman , , , 53 62 Garfield ,,., 7, , ,,,, , 49 42 Maple Heights , V77,,,, 52 30 Brush 52 38 Lorain , 39 46 Cuyahoga Falls , 30 39 Akron South ,,.,A ,.,.. - ,41 n Ed Hoffert Bill Lindsay Tony Beckeme Page One hundred lorry-one JUNIOR VARSITY Row One-D. Kollar, J. Mocney, J. Byrum, D. Greve, L. Zupanic, Mr. DiBiasio. Row Two-K. Kloss, J. Nimmo, D. DiCenzo, B. Burkholder, H. Welch, K. Redlin, Row Three-B. Stoddard, K. Smilh, J. Haire, J. Dugan, D. Wawrzyniak, F. DeVito. Page One hundred lorry-Jrwo THEIRS 21 44 34 36 41 29 25 53 33 42 33 28 35 21 48 43 Bedford Ashland Akron South Shaker Lakewood Bedford Universiiy Cuyahoga Falls Canfon Lehman Garf1eld Maple Heights Brush Lorain Cuyahoga Falls Warren Akron South OURS 28 54 41 48 40 35 33 54 41 45 47 41 42 40 40 40 Phil Gutmann's four-year wrestling career was climaxed at East High on March 4, when he won the state heavy weight wrestling crown. ln the last two years Phil has not been scored upon in a dual meet, and has had ten straight pins Running true to form, Phil was the only tournament participant who was not scored upon during his four rounds. WRESTLING . ..,. - s...g.wi Row One-B. Nobbe, B. Setron, R. Potokar, R. Moon, P. Gutmann, G. Wilson, G. Blanchtield, T. Gietano. Row Two-T. Evans, D. Michelbrink, D. Nunnally, T. Monacelli, J. Heftel, D. Barry, M. Tench. Row Three -M. Cetaratti, M. Santan, R. Payne, C. Graham, W. Vigh, L. Thomas, P. Wolf. Row Four-Mr. Eckert, F. Martin, R. Baehr, C. Crawford, C. Martin, D. West. HV' W-fa' OUR STATE CHAMPION PHIL GUTMANN , ,.,.:,:'u. '.,.4M- Page One hundred forty-three ,,f,,,..n...T-5-- 1 Ralph Moon WRESTLING SCORES John Marshall Rhodes John Adams West Hugh John Hay Garfield Lakewood Benedictine Don Barry and Ronnie Pofokar Bob Sefron a d Dck Mchelbr nk 'S-N f BASEBALL Row One-G. Blanchfield, T. Srpan, F. Baldassarre, B. Dirk, B. Strathern, T. Kimes, B. Silvola, K. Redlin, F. Podnar. Row Two-R. Cicirella, B. Whitcomb, K. Braidic, R. Staley, J. Omerza, E. Modic, J. Alaburda, R. Kosteinchek, E. Ebel. Row Three-D. Berichon, V. Carney, J. Frazier, J. Paolo, M. Predovic, C. Schultz, B. Burkholder, T. Monacelli. f l As the baseball season open- .1 ll g ed, Coach John Pohto was very li l J optimistic about his feam's l f chances on the diamond. On 5 5 April 3 the Euclid Panthers play- rg! X ed the Collinwood Railroaders 9' in a practice game. Several re- turning lettermen were on the squad including Fred Baldas- sarre and Rollie Cicirelli in the outfieldp John Omerza and Den- nis Rinaldi, pitchersp Bob Silvola, Tom Srpan, and Roy Brown in the infield. E1 Page One hundred forty-five TRACK Row One-P. Clark, P. Bremser, C. Vidic, A. Omerza, J. Thompson, L. Braund, G. Kostelic, B. Springer, H. Moses, J. Silverman. Row Two-B. Blum, B. Schudel, K. Sandstrom, J. Wilse, T. Bechemer, K. Eells, T, Porter, J. Brennan, T. Mason. Row Three-B. Behnlxe, K. Krause, M. Sugerman, S. Szemenyei, J. Coski, N. Simmons, A. DeSimone, R. Strohm, J. Wright, B. Liptak. Row Four-D. Besemer, J. Fisher, P. Marchione, F. Brancely, R. Kidd, J. Guip, M. D'Arcy, F. Martin. Getting ready for a race are Jack Thompson and Jim NVright, while Coach Swackhamer and Harold Moses look on. Page One hundred torty-six Mr. Swackhamer's track team was composed almost entirely of veteran cindermen. Jim Wright, Tony Bechemer, Harold Moses, and Bob Behn- ke, just several of the return- ing lettermen, were expected to be even better this year. They were given their first big test at the Arena Track Meet on March 31. The team competed in Class B. BOY'S LEADERS CLUB C59 CU ' 1 we if-:nw MADE? A Y: 'un' 6K9 x ' . A ,Q U ge . 1 an 1. 5 G ,. 5-ft J ffm D fi QED pn, 5' 5 cw W Cf ff .. ,Q ' V-'L is . 3:25-fini, M" ings A umm' LH 2 'F 54 1 ' c J -CED . 6 f S, ' ' "' .5455 V- , 'i U9 92" V , ' , I I ' :ilk 543: V Vg . -, in , - ' . ' . , L3 A 'Q ' ff tgff . ' f ' 1 Row One-G. Blanchfield, F. Baldassarre, R. Cicirelli. Row Two-G. Shepard, W. Foster, B. Silvola, J. Feldman, C. Lays, J. Litz, D. Mahne, Mr. Swackhammer. Row Three-H. Moses, H. Welch, B. Stoddard, R. Potokar, T. Srpan, W. Wheaton, M. Sugerman, J. Cunningham. Row Four-J. Baumann, J. Bratel, D. lschay, J. Guarino, J. Bresnan, J. Caldwell, B. Selby, R. Messersmith, L. Parr. Row Five-C. Znidarsic, J. Blazek, E. Hoffert, B. Behnke, K. Krause, R. Strohm, J. Woodrufif, J. Guip, G. Greaves. Every Wednesday, the best golfers of Euclid High met with Mr. Blackburn to practice their technique. Entered in the lnterscholastic League, they compete against such schools as Cleveland Heights, Shaker, and Benedictine. Lettermen Angelo Dragonette and Louis Zupanic returned from last year to be two ot the four that comprise the first team. Four more boys were also chosen as alternates. Row One-D. DiCenzo, M. Racecic, J. Metzger, A. Dragonette, L. Zupanic, J. Penlxala, Mr. Blackburn. Row Two-E. Zogg, P. Petti, E. Luongo, G. Burns, B. Kappelle. Page One hundred tortv-seven ,,-- Row One J Van Osdale D Wesf J Thompson D Conlln B McCully B Kirchner Row Two B Heeter J Stewart W Wheaton R San B Wade D Nagode C Stapp Row Three B Uhl D Browning P Welker J Harris B Shlbley B Eynon J Verbsky J Dugan B Elber R Schmelzer The Swlm Cadets under the durec hon of Mr Robert Lewns were organ nz to assist hum In fh p ol order to qualify boys must swim 440 yards cmd demonstrate four different strokes Every Wednesday they gather together wlth Mr Lewis to practice the essentials of swimming and also to be framed In the rules and essen tuals of lute saving l w t A . P Y I. 7 if .-4" ' K .X Y ,.. . . - . , W 1 , - ' , I . . ' . I - ' ed ' ' ' e o . In , I . X EE age One - Good Times at Eucli Here at Euclid High we have had a full year. From that September day when we first gathered together to that memorable June day when we received our diplomas, we have shared serious moments and happy ones. ln September . . . Our first assembly, the Get Acquainted Dance. October . . . The Pixie Dance, Euclid High's Dedication. November . . . Gala Night, the Football Dance, the Band Concert, the Junior Play "John Loves Mary." December . . . the Hi-Y- Friendship Dance, the Christmas Concert, the Key Club Formal. January . . . the first Commencement. February . . . The Senior Party, the Band Concert, the Hi-Y-Friendship Formal, the Basketball Tournament, the Basketball Dance. March . . . The Operetta, "H. M. S. Pinafore," Career Week. April . . . Big Night, the Senior Play "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," John Beck Apprecia- tion Night. May . . . The Music Festival, the Junior-Senior Prom. June . . . Senior Night, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. These we will never forget. Dates . . . Courtesy of Alexander Put another nickel in . . Page One hundred titty High '1 Y -3 - Now WhoT's Wrong? I VP , I ,I +l5'z??"L'a2g,.H 'nr 'lr- X .. x Q mswme.c.,,.,N Watch Out! Our cheerleaders were second in Tournament competition - .'-cf: 1 3- , ,555-55 A-1. j Vi: 1, io? :-' . ,,., , ,.,.. M A3 urs V--,tram .- NPS-f'!'f'1I,K ' .A "J ELA5- Vi - P, ' V 1 ' J 141: 1 - n ,Q ' ,V L , -In .LA ,..x-gg- 1 D "G" .. E 2 3 1 1 A .lax - as x --T""' x"s"""' ' On September 7, l949, we entered our school for the first time. None ot us could cease being awed by the mag- nificence of our 54,000,000 edifice which consists of 61 class rooms furnished with the most modern equipment. The fluorescent lighted halls are walled in tile and Italian marble and lined with 1800 lockers. Nearest and dearest to the hearts was the 75 by 42 foot swimming pool, which ranges from 4 to ll 'Feet in depth. Our ioy was short lived because the pool spent most of the year under repair. The huge, well stocked library was made to accommodate 600 students a period, so that no student will ever have to be denied admittance because of over- crowded conditions. l l l l l l I , l Starting a season of gala events, the Student Council sponsored a get ac- quainted dance on Friday, September 9. We danced in the cafeteria to the latest popular tunes and polkas as played by the orchestras of Arnie Hayes and John Okicki. Came October . . . And the Pixie Dance, which featured some of the year's most unusual decorations. lt was held on October 22, to raise funds for the EUCLIDIAN. We were all fortunate to be present on Sunday, October 30, a day that will go down in Euclid's history, to witness the formal dedication of Euclid Senior High School. Governor Lausche, Supt. Erwine, and Principal Owens spent sev- eral minutes discussing this fabulous new building. With November . . . The first variety program of the year, Gala Night, was presented on November 1 to an enthus- iastic audience. A talent-packed pro- gram, directed by John Beck and Rollie Cicirelli, M. C., provided a wonderful evening of entertainment. WELL view:-s-,.- .5 1 . , WIC? Early in the year the EUCLIDIAN Editorial and Business staffs began work on the largest project of the year, the results of which you see before you. Dolores Frabotta reigned as queen at the first Student Council Football dance, November 29, with Marlene Krause and Betty Wise os attendants. The iuniors' chief contribution of the year was the class play, "John Loves Mary" which starred Ralph Weber as the soldier who came home, and Sue Town as the girl who waited for him. Adeline Baldassarre was the Junior Class's choice for attendant to Miss Euclid High. Vernie Palsa and Dorothy Funk lost by only slight margins. Basketball season saw students and adults alike fill the gym, which has a seating capacity of 2,400, to cheer for a strong team. The bleachers are folded against the walls after the games. Members of the team congratulated each other after defeating one of the best teams in the state, Akron-Garfield. This team went on to the semi-finals of the state. Coach Jim Calvert was justly proud of this victory. Then December . . . When Christmas rolled around, the Friendship dance was in perfect harmony with the joyous holi- day spirit as the happy couples spent the evening in the land of Kris Kringle. From a slate of five sophomores, three tied for third place. Lois Osberg won the title of sophomore attendant to Miss Euclid High with Joan Dondrea being a close second. 325135592--:.-1, 3:33-.,. -. f. .. . . C , ,, --:.p,,-ffeg'- .15 ' W ,, .X -sw, N-my . f - .V - ' , . Oz. ' ,Yf,Y35if'l" w 3::'fL'1 , -L ' Q L ' is in q Q . V - :f f T, . 'est :sl 3 .gg 1-.: -, , 3 - , :fr:1Qy5.w 1, va , , r..,,., ,, V i . mt.:--, 1.-1. in f vw . A' . , , I 1E" t'2 's,k ' I ' -Easgf ' Q. 1 RSX .-- C2 A -T 5 E ' f '11 ss: , in ' X l l W., f :ab Q7 vi-Q . , by .fri ,4-f?P.e:. E swm.Q,g,.,,Agx.:v P fivff 41? Q35 Q 'ss- N' KP' A NN., ie J E A N H E N R Y Basketball Queen Pgo h dd dffty NM-, -,..s, 4331: G9 'cy Nils wmv' The Key Club, a new school organiza- tion under the guidance of Mr. Voorhees, held its first formal during the Christmas season in Wade Park Manor Ballroom. Came January . . . The student body lined up to mark their printed ballots in private booths during the first Student Council election on Tuesday, January 'lO. Pat Wawrzyniak, Jim Wright, Joida Turk, and Ted Monacelli wore victory smiles after being elected president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively. Joida Turk, Kay Sturm, and Betty Johnson were chosen from a slate of five girls to be finalists for the title of Miss Euclid High. The students cast their votes for Joida Turk who reigned as Miss Euclid High. The reserve cheerleaders Cfrom left to rightj Joan Dondrea, Carolyn Hartzell, Elaine Repicky, Charlotte Stuzen, Audree Simonic, Lois Payne, Ro Ferro, and Rita Dugan worked as hard at cheering the reserve team on to victory as the team did at winning. Then February . . . And the cafeteria was decorated in an Egyptian theme for the annual Hi-Y Friendship formal, which was held on Saturday, February 25. And March . . . The cafeteria was filled with cheering and applause as attendants Jean Pavlina and Betty Wise watched Jean Henry be crowned queen at the Student Council Basketball Dance on Friday, March l7. The finalists in the Mr. Euclid High contest were Fred Baldassarre, Bill Lind- say and Rollie Cicirelli, with Fred being the winner. 'V' ...A 1. , Mil, I is ln May . . . An evening of fine music was presented by the music departments on May T9 at the Music Festival. May 2'l was the date, and Tapco, the place of our first Junior-Senior prom, presented by the Junior Class for the Seniors. Page One hundred and sixty From March l to 'll Euclid's spacious gymnasium was the site of the Class A Basketball Tournaments at which the students ct Euclid High were presented with an American Legion Sportsmanship plaque, displayed here by the cheer- leaders. More than tive hundred students can be served at one time in the school lunch room, one of the most modern in the country. The modern equipment includes two refrigerators with two hundred cubic feet ot storage space, several huge pres- sure cookers, automatic potato peelers, and a soup kettle four feet in diameter. Y as tt i" .S The snack bar, which is open during lunch periods, sells everything from pretzels to hot dogs and milk shakes to hurried students. Mrs. Allsopt is kept busy filling orders for hungry boys and girls. March 24, our first operetta, HM.S. Pinatore, starring Sally Steed and Dick DeGenova, offered a night of fine entertainment. ln April . . . Everyone with talent came out to perform April 'IB to be part of Euclid's tirst Big Night. On April 22, all of Mr. Beck's friends came either to offer their talents or support on John Beck Appreciation Night to help their friend who had given so much time, effort, and talent to our school. At Baccalaureate, on June 4, we realized that we had come to the end at our high school career. June 6, graduation was no longer in the dim future, it was now. We couldn't help looking back, iust once, as we left Euclid High, but the tears blurred the view just a little. ,Mg UCLlDlon . ERTXSERS A mf X e ,gf 4 , Jw 4 t 2 ,,H?'.,, Page One hundred and sixty-one Besf Wishes from Your CITY ADMINISTRATION KENNETH J. SIMS sss.sss HARRY J. KNUTH ,...... PAUL H. TORBET sssss GLENNA H. CLARK ,...,. WILLIAM A. ABBOTT ,,.... RALPH V. HILL L,..Ls,vLL ,---ssssLscL--------..Mayor -,------,Presidenf of Council ------.SoIicifor ,L-s--Trec:surer -------,-,,----,--.Auditor -e-s--CounciI-Word 'I ANTHONY J. LANG - .sss so ...... Council-Word 2 MICHAEL J. BOICH ......... ...... C ouncil-Word 3 HOWARD B. CRAWFORD ..... ...... C ouncil-Word 4 WILLIAM F. BURNS ssssssss .....,... C ouncil-of-Large HUGO H. LUX LL.,sss JOHN H. RITTER ....,, GEORGE F. SCHAFER ,sL,ss -----,--,Council-of-Large --------.CounciI-at-Large -------------ConsfabIe FRANK A. WELLING ........ .........,,........ C onstoble HARRY KOPPICH ....ss ALEXANDER APPLE ..... WM. A. McMASTER ..,..... M. A. SPINO -. ............... -- CLYDE WOODMANSEE ..... HARRY STALLEY ,,.,L . Page One hundred and sixty-two Justice of the Peoce Justice of the Peace ----------.Sofefy Director -------Service Director ------BuiIding Inspector -------.Engineer V 1 1 si- :.i.fr.. -. ff'E-'FV'--Half'-'-f aff: ::: 1:-1 :ivrf . 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'G --2:5323 fsfleg , Page One gs?-1535" 1-'enw-:iw hundred cmd sixfy-three Cpl tt Harry A. ArcI1itect BEN KRIIIISKY GMI R. B. DEIA NIOTTE Associate Architects for THE NEW EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL EUCLID. OHIO ! r L 5 BEST WISHES, CLASS OF '50 Ewan Smdm 762 EAST 185th STREET CI.ASS PHOTOGRAPHER T W 5 T Pgohddd yr Complim f EUCLI - IQACE DAIIQY 503 EAST 200th STREET EUCLID. OHIO IVanl1oe 'I-4700 omplimenfs THE CLEVELAND HOBBING MACHINE COMPANY 1311 CHARDON ROAD EUCLID OHIO TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE FIRST GRADUATING CLASS OF EUCLID SENIOR HIGH: CGNGRATULATIONSI and our heartfelt good wishes for every possible success in your future careers and private lives as well. Compliments of flalnlressn-graftrlrijuyflfyftiqrapfl fnrpurafinn Compliments of flbnenilq Clglwenaqe Dihtnioutinq, gnc. ERIN BREW - DUQUESNE BUDWEISER REdwood I-3300 23776 Lakeland Blvd. P g O hundred and sixty- ght Compliments of THE EUCLID VETERANS CLUB woRLD WAR II VETERANS A MOST SUCCESSFUL FUTURE TO THE CLASS "195O" DIAMONDS WATCHES "Euclid's Oldest JeweIers" 22570 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1-0155 Between the Theatres SILVERWARE GIFTS P ge One hundred cf d ty e Compliments of TELEVISION RADIO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Featuring AII the Leading Makes Frigidaire - RCA - Victor Zenith - Philco - Tappan A FRIEND SNOW BROS. 22366 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 13916 ST. CLAIR AVENUE REdwoocI I-0049 Llberty I-9657 You WILL ENJoY SHOPPING IN ouR YOUTH CENTER Everything for the High School Girl and Young Man! TAYl0R'S CLEVELAND'S FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE Ii g O h dred and se venty Euclid's BI-RITE Market FO O D B A S K E T 22001 Lake Shore Blvd. "The Store with the Friendly Atmosphere ond Competitive Prices" KEnmore 1-9775 or 1-7566 L 8, K SALES, SERVICE 8. PARTS Formerly 200th Street Auto Parts 786-792 Eclsf 200th Street COMPLETE SHOP SERVICE THE NATIONAL CONCRETE FIREPROOFING COMPANY GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS 1220 Terminal Tower CLEVELAND 13, OHIO ASSOCIATE CONTRACTORS FOR THE NEW EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL P ge One hundred cmd ty e C I' t Best Wishes of omp 'ments O GEOMETRIC STAMPING CLEVELAND oViIlRE WORKS COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC co. 'll'I'I East 200th Street 1331 Chqrdon Road Eudid' ohio Euclid 17, Ohio Best Wishes for Continued Success THE EUCLID ROAD MACHINERY COMPANY 1361 ci-IARDQN ROAD PgOhddd y A J A X Compliments of Manufacturing Company ST Cl-AIR COAL A N D SUPPLY CO. 1441 Chardon Road Euclid, Ohio EUCLID, OHIO BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '50 EUCLID FORD COMPANY Authorized Ford Dealer Genuine Ford Parts-Service 495 EAST 185th STREET Page One hundred and ty-th Compliments of Best Wishes From THE WEAN EQUIPMENT CHANDLER PRODUCTS CORPORATION CORPORATION EUCLID, OHIO EUCLID, OHIO Good Luck and Success to The Class of '50 THOMPSON PRODUCTS. INC. TAPCO PLANT Pgohddd yf CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS COMPANY PAINT MANUFACTURERS 1150 EAST 222nd STREET EUCLID, OHIO REAL HARDWARE PAINTS - SPORTING GOODS LOCKSMITH 727 EAST 185th STREET IVanI1oe I-9634 Best Wishes From CHESTERFIELD STEEL SERVICE CO. DILLE ROAD CLEVELAND COMPLIMENTS OF SOLON DRUG STDRES 21051 EUCLID AVENUE AND 21860 LAKE SHORE BLVD. Page One hundred cmd seven Ty-H Best Wishes from SMITH'S RESTAURANT 222nd STREET AND LAKE SHORE BLVD. EUCLID COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY I400 Churdon Road EUCLID, OHIO "A HOT NUMBER" KEnmore 'I-I4OO HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT COMPANY II00 East 222ncI Street 0 PUMPS 0 CYLINDERS 0 VALVES EUCLID CRANE 8. HOIST I365 Churdon Road EUCLID, OHIO PgOI'1ddd y HOWARD JOHNSON'S 30 FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS and FRANKFURTERS "Meet the Gang Here" W A T K I N S FURNITURE CO. East 220th Street and Lake Shore Blvd. Compliments of THE DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY I 420 DiIIe Road EUCLID, OHIO KEnmore I-0592 - 'I-0593 Best Wishes to the '50 Class DEMSHAR'S DELICATESSEN 756 East 222nd Street "EUCLID SENIOR HIGH'S MEETING AND EATING PLACE" Page One hundred and seventy L 8. M TOBACCO 8. CANDY CO. CEBRON'S MARKET 784 EAST 185th STREET 632 EUS? 222nCl Street KEnmore 1,8777 REdwood 1-6789 WHOLESALE JOBBERS SHOP AT BOULEVARD BEVERAGE "THE FRIENDLY STORE" BELLE BEAUTY SALON 22626 Lake Shgre Blvd. 21059 Euclid Avenue KEnmore 1-4410 fChcIrdon Cornersl Free Delivery Until 8:00 P.M. Open Until 10:00 P.M. REdwood 1-1020 Compliments of WILLIAM HEALEY COmP'ime"'S0f YOUR SOHIO DEALER HATTENDORF BLISS, INC. Corner of Lakeland and Babbitt EUCLID, Dl'llO EUCLID, OHIO Page One hundred ond seventy-eight Dear Seniors: MAY ALL YOUR MEMORIES BE NICE, OF THE WATER THAT FELT LIKE ICE. GIRL SWIM CADETTES Office Phone: REdwood I-5799 Residence Phone: REdwood I-2751 WESTMORELAND 8. CO. LICENSED BROKER REAL ESTATE 22090 LAKE SHORE BLVD. EUCLID 23, OHIO "EucIid's First and Only Business School" A short course will enable l l you to take complete notes, A thorough course in Typing Taught INDIVIDUALLY . . . Individual Instruction - Day and Night Sessions STUDY AND WORK NEAR HOME Centrally Located - A Private School Easily Reached - Modern Building Euclid School of Business 21930 Lake Shore Blvd. RE. I-26'I'I You can't crystal gaze YOUR FUTURE Nobody can. But one thing you can do is start laying a secure foundation for your future-today-by saving at Society. It's the friendly bank on Public Square where over 200,000 people save more than S200,000,000 - the bank where YOU belong. nrietg frgwiugd Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. WEAVER LESTER BETSY ROSS WOODMAN PIANO COMPANY COMPLETE MUSICAL SERVICE Pianos - Instruments - Sheet Music 14233 - 35 Detroit Avenue BOuIevurd 2-3220 Lakewood 7, Ohio RECORDS APPLIANCES HERB FITZGERALD TELEVISION AND RADIO Established I933 635 East 185th Street KEnmore 'I-1313 Page One hundred and seventy-nine KOEPPLINGER'S BAKERY FAMOUS HEALTH BREADS Genuine Pumpernickel - Home Made White AT YOUR GROCER Compliments of JOHN ZUPANCIC CEMENT CONTRACTOR 18220 MARCELLA ROAD KEnmore 1-4993 CLEVELAND 19, OHIO Compliments of C . N . D A V I S FUNERAL DIRECTOR "46 YEARS IN EUCLID" Pick Up and Delivery Same Day Service TOWN and COUNTRY CLEANERS EucIid's Finest CLEANERS - TAILORS - FURRIERS We Operate Our Own Plant REdwood 1-2244 22490 Lake Shore Blvd. Austin Platz - Jud Platz ' ' T E H T C O ' ' The Euclid Heat Treating Co. 1408 East 222nd St. Cleveland 17, O. KEnmore 1-2896 Compliments of LAKE SHORE MACHINE CO. EUCLID, oi-no JAMESON 8. MOELLER R E A L T O R S "Keepers of the Keys" Main Office - 18950 Lake Shore Blvd. Branch Office - 21272 Lake Shore Blvd. EUCLID CAB CO. 24-Hour - Two-Way Radio Service KEnmore 1-5100 Page One hundred and eighty We Rent WHITE FORMAL COATS ond Block Tuxedo Pants COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES FURNISHED Midnight Blue Tuxedos cmd Full Dress Suits Also for Rent COver 200 White Coots in Stockl STERN'S MEN'S WEAR KEnmore 1-2640 715 East 185th St. Compliments of BILL SCHUTT'S CHARDON coRNERs FOR FOOD AT ITS BEST lT'S THE KING cous DRIVE-IN 17901 Luke Shore Blvd. AND King Cole's RANCH HOUSE 17585 Luke Shore Blvd. Operated by Federico Bros. HASTY-TASTY DRIVE-IN 3200 West 1 17th Street Three Blocks North of Loroin 185th and Lake Shore Blvd. "You've Eaten the Rest-Now Enioy the Best" "KEEPsAKE" DIAMONDS GRADUATION GIFTS HAMILTON BULOVA LONGINES GRUEN OMEGA ELGIN WOLKOV JEWELERS 707 East 185th Street lVcln1'loe 1-4888 Page One hundred cmd eighty-one HAROLD FURNITURE CO. 708 East 185th Street EAGLE STAMPS Budget Terms Compliments of FLICKINGER, INC. East 200th Street EUCLID, OHIO "Your Feet Are Safe in Our Hands" TUCKER'S SHOES 686 East'l85th Street GOOD LUCK LAKE SHORE FLORIST Best Wishes from THE DOAN ELECTRIC COMPANY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Compliments of MARTIN'S MEN'S WEAR DISTINCTIVE HABERDASHERY 772 EAST 185th STREET Nunhoe I-4949 Compliments of ANTHONY FERRATO PHOTOGRAPH ER DEMSHAR HOME APPLIANCE CO EUCLID, OHIO Page One hundred cmd eighty-two KEITH WEIGLE MOTORS, INC. 20491 Euclid Avenue EUCLID, OHIO 499 East 260th Street REdwood 1-1070 U P S O N R E A L T Y COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE "Opposite Upson School" VICTORIA MILLER, Broker Euclid 23, Ohio Residence Phone - REdwood 1-8014 MOSS POINT CLEANERS 22048 Lake Shore Blvd. CLEANERS, TAILORS, DYERS, WEAVERS, FURRIERS AND INSURED STORAGE "Serving Euclid Since 1930" REdwood 1-4719 Pick Up and Delivery Compliments of THE BEACHLAND REALTY CO. 767 EAST 185th STREET IVanhoe 1-1012 WALTON ROLLER RINK TED WARNER, Orgcinist Compliments of BILL'S CLOTHES EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS 618 EAST 185th STREET KEnmore 1-4341 Compliments of LUCIEN G. RADIO 20404 Lake Shore Blvd. EUCLID 23, OHIO Compliments of CARTER TELEVISION, INC. 4445 Mayfield Road SOUTH EUCLID 21, OHIO Page One hundred and eighty-three Best of Luck to the '50 Class BAUR'S SOHIO SERVICE AND AUTO SALES 19619 Euclid Avenue KEnmore 1-9765 Good Luck and Best Wishes to All Graduating KERR LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES 21850 St. Clair Avenue AUTOMATIC-AND HAND SCREW PRODUCTS Congratulations, Seniors GIBSON REALTY - REALTORS Compliments of TRACY'S Chuck Kratochvil Fritz Tracy Chuck Ensenberger DIAMONDS - SILVERWARE - WATCHES FRIEDMAN JEWELERS Established 1914 22312 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1-0800 12322 Superior Avenue POtomac 1-6686 THE INTERIOR MARBLE 81 TILE CO. 4300 Euclid Avenue 22091 El-ICIICI Avenue HEnderson 1-1660 Cleveland 3, Ohio KEnmore 1-3530 REdwood 1-4974 GREETING CARDS GIFTS "YOU CAN GET lT AT GRDlNA'S" M A R I O N ' S INFANTS' AND CHlLDREN'S WEAR 804 East 222nd Street REdwood 1-6611 GRDINA HARDWARE 22336 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1-0403 Page One hundred and eighty-four Best Wishes to the Class of '50 LAKELAND TAVERN REdwood I-9894 23931 Lakeland Blvd. Jennie Kavchnik, Proprietress IT'S BETTER AT CLIFFEL'S CLIFFEL BAKERY 2 2 O 3 0 Lake Shore Blvd. Established 1905 G O R N I K'S STORES FOR MEN HATS - SHOES - FURNISHINGS - CLOTHING 22346 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood I-2151 1002, INSURED COLD FUR STORAGE EUCLID FUR 8. APPAREL Furs - Suits and Coats - Accessories 744 EAST 185th STREET KEnmore I-6720 CLEVELAND 19, OHIO JACK FISHER GARAGE 1566 Chardon Road SPECIAL DISCOUNT TO STUDENTS Phone IVanhoe I-8766 NICK'S BARBER SHOP 620 East 222nd Street EUCLID, OHIO FIRST CLASS WORK Operated by Nick Ciarlillo Compliments of F R A N K ' S C A F E 800 East 200th Street Compliments of LAKELAND MOTORS, INC. AUTHORIZED PACKARD SALES AND SERVICE 'I8781 Lake Shore Boulevard Euclid I9, Ohio Ivanhoe 3988 Page One hundred and eighty-tive Euclid's Oldest and Largest Beverage Store Since 1923 "C" CHARLEY, The Beverage Man FAMOUS FOR EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING IN BEVERAGES 677 East 185th Street Call KE. 1-4530 Give Us a Trial Compliments of MATT. F. INTIHAR REALTOR and NOTARY Compliments of GENT MACHINE CO. CONGRATULATIONS KRAUSE COSTUME CO. Compliments of MR. CALVERT'S HOME ROOM ROOM ioa ARE YOUR SHOES RUNDOWN? Then Run Down to the UNITED SHOE REPAIRING - DRY CLEANING 21937 Lake Shore Blvd. Come In and See Kelly the Shoe Doctor INVISIBLE HALF SOLES First Class Dry Cleaning GOOD LUCK MR. APPLE'S HOMEROOM Room 120 REdwOOcl 1-0200 Compliments of BRUNSWICK MAILANDER co. for Flgwers "BUILDERS OF MODERN HOMES SHORE-CENTER BUILDING We Deliver 27950 LAKE SHORE BLVD. REdwood 1-1775 Page One hundred and eighty-six TO ALL MUSIC LOVERS Compliments from the The Korny Kobbs We Deliver REdwood 1-5440 Shore Beverage "Euclid's Finest and Most Complete Beverage Store" Open Evenings Till 10:00 P.M. - Wednesdays Till 8:00 P.M. 21950 LAKE SHORE BLVD. FLOWERS 'Pl' ARRANGED DISTINCTFULLY 'ff DELIVERED EXPERTLY if PRICED REASONABLY We have served Euclid Graduates for many past years and aim to continue for years ahead. EVANS FLOWERS, INC. I4136.Euclid Avenue EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO Compliments of THE CASBAH Patented HELYX 'I Q. ,e...Mi I , f ' : Concrete Screws l I For attaching wood I - A sleepers to concrete 1 T No Drilling Na Plugging 20X 4U Cuts Erection Costs ,,.l,,--,,A, W-,ax ,FQ Quick and Inexpensive, Lewis 'O ff For Correct Length-Acld "4K'T'A"'rT':2.""'M"7a"1:Js'J' ' 33" to thickness you wish to attach. Better Builders Build N' Better Floors with 'X X It K HELYX noon scnews Xx x N XXX is x The Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 21700 St. Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio Page One hundred and eighty-seven WE SINCERELY THANK . Everyone who has contributed to the success of the 1950 EUCLIDIAN, and especially . . . Mr. Robert Bennett . . . Business Advisor . . . who, although confronted with an unusually large budget, has generously given his time and guidance to raise the funds that made this book possible. Mr. Lester Angene . . . Editorial Advisor . . . whose guidance and hard work have been an indispensable help to us in putting this book together. Mr. Ted Wahl and Mr. Ray Mileti . . . The Cleveland Engraving Company . . . Two splendid friends who have made many trips to our school to aid us with the layout and engravings of our book. Mr. Edward T. Samuel . . . Edw. T. Samuel, Printers . . . who, in spite of his hospitalization, has obviously gone out of his way for our book. Not only has he printed the book in three colors, but has taken an unbelievable interest in it, for which we are profoundly grateful. Mr. John Reith . . . Mueller Arts and Cover Company . . . who also has given of his time to help us design the cover which surrounds this book. Raimor Studios . . . School Photographers . . . who have taken many more pictures than was required of them. lt has been a pleasure to work with such a fine studio, where everyone has gone out of his way to co-operate with us. Anthony Ferutto . . . Another Fine Photographer . . . who has come to our school so many times at such short notice to take many ofthe pictures in this book. The Administration and Faculty of Euclid Senior High . . . whose patience and co-operation during those days of taking pictures and securing ads have made this job much easier. . . . and . . .The StaHis . . . lt requires hard work on the part of many people to put a yearbook together . . . We sincerely thank you for a job well done. KAY STURM, Business Manager BEVERLY HAGEN, Editor Page One hundred and eighty-eight -ii,-ff1,G:,,,z A, v.. M,-, 354 ' ix. " A I 1'wifff ww 7" F' AT ' '13, 'g f K LW A -ii!Y i "W 15 55 3 . F' L wif, 1 J., . .k ,K T'! - 159' :wi W :si W , A , gg 5 i E Ll 3 4 5 'ICF-LF. -YLXTEEN FEET EQUALE Z - V- -,-,...L.....1......7 I N l Q S 1 3 Q j i? i i P E Q? We 1, - g L 'F L+. V- v f ' 1- - -'H 4 '- Y. , l,:1::::ff:ffr-fr 1 - - '- , . ,.. 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