Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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Samuel, Printers Engraving by Cleveland Engraving Company Typography by Commercial Typesetting Company Covers by Mueller Art Cover and Binding Photography by Chesshire Studios Page Three Page Four dedication E, the Evclidian staff of 1951, dedicate this hook to oiir Alina Mater. Thoiigh it has heen in existence only two years, it holds a place of reverence in the hearts of all "Eiiclid's sons and daughters." The Alina Mater expresses all the loyalty and gratitnde we feel towards oiir school, so generously given to ns hy oitr parents and friendsg oitr faciilty, always willing and anxions to help ns with oar prohlenis and stadies, and oar classmates, who have shared oiir joys, sorrows, worh and play. Oiir Alina Mater "lifts the hearts of all" whenever and wherever it is siing. With the passing of time its words will assiinie an even deeper meaning, reviving the Hrneniories of oar friend- ships heref' We can triily say "Alina Mater, Eitclid High School, all oilr praise we hring to thee." alma maler Hail to Thee, O Euclid High School, To thy name all praise we sing. Happy days of youthful pleasure, Learning, living, life so dear. Our hearts fill with gratitude For all that is to be- Alma Mater, Euclid High School, All our praise we bring to thee. Where the blue of Erie's waters Casts the sun's bright golden rays, There all Euclid's sons and daughters Sing the joys of student days. If after-days be dark and drear And storms of life draw nigh, The memories of our friendships here Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. Lawrence Beck Lester Angene Page Five Hail To Thee clid High School our new stadium The Euclid Panthers played and won their first home football game of the 1950 season in the new stadium when they played host to Shaker Heights, the defending Lake Erie League champions. During the half-time ceremonies of the Homecoming game between the Euclid Pan- thers and the Parma Redmen on October 50th, 1950, Euclid High's 332,000.00 stadium was formally dedicated. Mr. Ike Driver, prom- inent civic leader, who is keenly interested in the youth of our community, addressed the gathering. Mr. Russell Glass, president of the Euclid School Board, made a presentation of all athletic facilities which was accepted on behalf of the students and faculty by Clifford Owens, principal. Mr. Keay, athletic director, acted as master of ceremonies. The present stadium has a seating capacity of 3,000 which can be doubled through addi- tional construction if the need arises. The building of Euclid's new stadium, one of the most modern and complete in the district, was the final step in fulfilling the require- ments for membership in the Lake Erie League. The pictures at the right show the stadiu under constructiony pictured below is fl stadium after completion. Page Eight Just as the raising of the flag symbolizes the opening of the school day, let the raising of this flag reopen all the school days of 1950-51. Page Nine Page Ten fable of confenfs Faculty . , . Seniors ... Juniors ... Sophonumes Cllasses . .. Clubs ..... Dramatics . Publications Music .,.. Girls' Sports Boys' Sports Social Iife Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page X ll 0 II Learning board of education The edition of the Euclidian is a Record of School Friendships. While it tells but a partial story, that story is important to all members of the class of 1951. I hope it will always remain so. It may become even more important in the years ahead. While the fullness and effectiveness of life cannot be measured adequately in terms of any one experience, yet fortunate is the young man or woman who has learned during high school days to make real friendships with their teachers and with their classmates. Preserve this record well. It will be a con- stant source of satisfaction to you long after your high school days have passed. -Russell H. Erwine RUSSELL H. ERWINE SUPERINTENDENT Page Twelve Row 1, left to right: Mr. Loyal E. Luikart, Vice-President: Mr. Russell Glass, Preszdentg Mr. Russell Erwine, Superintendent, Mr. John F. Davis. Row 2, left to right: Mr. Stewart A. Cox, Clerk-Treasurerg Mr. Frank B. Mills, Business Managerg Mr. C. E. Bowman, Mr. Ray I. Turk. CLIFFORD G. OWENS PRINCIPAL Through the medium of this year book we shall be able to live again the second year of our school's existence. Portrayed here in pic- ture and prose are many of the happy memories of activities in which we all shared and participated. Yes, the Euclidian will be cherished by all of us, now and in the years to come. My personal congratulations to the staff and sponsor for this superior production. I am sure that your efforts will be rewarded in a feeling of self-satisfaction as well as by words of praise from those who examine your excellent work. -Clifford G, Otuem, Principal WALTER SCHWEGLER VICE PRINCIPAL GRADUATES OF 1951: You are stepping into places of responsibility that will call into use the full measure of every skill and ability you have acquired in your years in school. And now, you are prepared by reason of home opportunities, community advantages and educational effort to be considered graduates of Euclid Senior High School. May you always be as proud of your school in the future as you have been during your student days. Euclid will be proud of you who will be numbered among the many successful graduates. -Walter Sehwegler, Vice-Principal Page Tlanrfeen faculty Page Fourtee Harriet Sheats Meryl Baumer Dean of Girls Dean of Boys Lucille Aingworth English B.A. Flora Stone Mather M.A. Columbia University Roy Apple Journalism, English B.S. Fenn College Kent State University Western Reserve University Ashland College John Carroll University Pauline Berg English B.S. Kent State University M.A. Western Reserve University Lester Angene Chairman of English Department English, Psychology B.A. Heidelberg M.A. Ohio State University Ohio University Olin Bailey Biology, Visual Education A.B. Rio Grande College M.S. Ohio State University Western Reserve University Robert Bennett Social Studies, Business B.S. Ohio State University M.A. Ohio State University Mexico City Coll Western Reserve Lillian Barrow Commercial M. S. Muskingum College M.A. University of Pittsburgh University University of Amsterdam Harold Blackburn English A.B. Otrerbein College M.A. Western ege Reserve University Clemens Blauch Social Studies B.S. Kent State University M.A. Ohio State University University of Akron Adrian Buerger Mathematics B.S. University of Dayton E.E. Ohio State University Pera Campbell English B.A. Defiance College M.A. Ohio State University University of Wisconsin Louise Darst Chairman of Commercial Dept. B.A. Oberlin College M.A. New York University Clarence Eckert Industrial Arts B.S. Kent State University M.A. Kent State University james Gebhart Chairman of Science Dept. B.S. Heidelberg College M.S. Ohio State University Western Reserve University Wisconsin University Toledo University jean Bowditch School Librarian A.B. Western Liberty State Teachers' College B.S. in L. S. Western Reserve University james Calvert Physical Education, Science B.A. North Central College M.A. Ohio State University Western Reserve University Ford Case Industrial Arts B.S. Ohio University M.S. University of Wisconsin Spartoco DiBiasio Physical Education, Science, Ps cholo Y SY B.A. Oberlin College M.A. Columbia University Western Reserve University A. C. Galicki Industrial Arts B.S. Ohio University Dorothy Gill Chairman of Girls' Physical Education Dept. B.A. Ohio State University faculty Page Fifteen Page Sixteen Wilma Gilman Social Studies, Languages, Business B.A. Heidelberg College Western Reserve University Joseph Gram Physical Education, Swimming B.A. Ohio State University Leon Heinlein Science, Mathematics, Automotives B.S. Ohio University M.E. Ohio Univer- sity, Kent State University Marion Hoddick Chairman of Home Arts Department B.S. Ohio State University M,A. Western Reserve University Elsie Kluter Physical Education, Swimming A.B. University of Michigan Western Reserve University Dolores Kramer Physical Education, Home Arts B.S. Kent State University Bruce Graham Social Studies B.A. University of Akron M.S. Ohio State University Western Reserve University Dale Harper Chairman of Music Department, Instrumental Music, Music Theory B.S. Cincinnati Con- servatory of Music University of Cincinnati University of Akron M.S. Western Reserve University Margarette Heintz English, Languages, Business B.A. Western Reserve University Richard Keay Science A.B. Miami University M.A. Western Re- serve University, Kent State Univer- sity, Ohio University Harry Koth Chairman of Mathematics Dept. Mathematics, Science B.A. Baldwin Wallace College M.A. Ohio State University jane Lais Physical Education, Business B.S. Kent State University Edith Lemon Home Arts B.S. Northwestern College M.A. Western Reserve University Neil MacKeigan Chairman of Language Dept. Languages, English B.A. Allegheny College Western Reserve University M.A. Western Reserve University June Phypers Commercial B.A. Denison University M.A. Western Reserve University Radcliffe College New York University Middlebury College Nicholas Price Industrial Arts B.S. Ohio State University Leonard Robuck Speech, English, Dramatics B.A. Western Reserve University M.A. Western Reserve University Harry Spangler Science B.A. Heidelberg College M.S. Western Reserve University Robert Lewis Physical Education, Swimming B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College M.A. Western Reserve University Edmund Mize Commercial B.S. Ohio State University John Pohto Industrial Arts B.S. Ohio State University M.A. Western Reserve University John Reeves Commercial B.S. Kent State University M.A. Western Reserve University Grace Shepard Physical Education, Swimming B.A. LaCrosse State Teacher's College Helen Stewart Social Studies B.S. Kent State University M.A. Western Reserve University Ohio State University, University of Zurich faculty evfifwwtfasfw U Q s Mei" M W"A'?M 1'-VMf"!2 we-v-"' misss my ,-,f,w1wss3- ferfesssat ' V .: ns, p?i3jZZ3?Z ,gftawzg A si' 652512 .1 -ia , 5 g.32?Rsal1:stv'2., :- -, i wwj :...,ssV.p.i1,.' 1,5 -34.146 V wi' ' ,...E.:.., s sz "1 A- ' CW"wf". ' Q J , ,'ff'-af' ' 't if 1 'T5412--,eil , ,.., K V, iiiiift str' 'wa : . 24 A s. V, Ia -li' A Page Seventeen Page Eighteen faculty I. M. Stubbart Mathematics B.A. University of Iowa, Cleveland Teachers' College Clarence Swackhammer Chairman of Boys' Physical Education Department B.S. Ohio University M.A. Columbia University, Ohio State University Jan Tompkins Vocal Music B.M.E. Oberlin College Ruth Vermillion English, Languages B.A. Akron University M.A. Western Reserve University Stanley Whiteside Chairman of Social Studies Department B.A. Ohio State University Wisconsin University john Supance Auto Driving B.S. Ohio University M.E. Kent State University Norman Thompson Science B.S. Kent State University Western Reserve University Anthony V. Vaccariello English, Languages B.S. Miami University M.A. Western Reserve University Fred Vollman Chairman of Arts and Industrial Arts Departments B.S. Cleveland Institute of Art Western Reserve University M.A. Western Reserve University Lincoln School of Welding Beula Wilson Mathematics B.A. XVestern Reserve University M.A. Western Reserve University University of Southern California For All Thai ls To Be" anuafg L President, Andrew Dorfeld 'Em ' ' ---- 1 Vice-President, Robert Behnke Secretary, jean Fertig Treasurer, Roy Brown une Z I Y , L .53 f.5:,2:jj-:.'ji V - Presldent, . Alan Cross 'QM f A I H 4 4 Vice-President, m I li Howard Welch Q Q 'Wm k its I ka and 3 xr A L , N i, V - I'I"f ! .5 -.::., ..,. --.- :rv VZ Z:::1,. - S 252' Secretary, Secretary, Treasurer, Nancy Moretti Mary jo Replogle Charles Lays . , w ANDERSON, JANE Not only can :he define charm, .the practice: it. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 45 Student Council 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Board 45 Ad Club 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 25 Newcomers Club 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Staffg Sr. Play Cast5 Prom Comm. 35 Majorette Club 15 Choir 15 Dancing Club 35 Knitting Club 45 Senior Act. Club 4. AUER, DOLORES The better you know her, the better you'll like her. Cadette 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Play Staffg Majorette Club 15 Choir 1, 2, 35 Bridge Club 3. BEHNKE, ROBERT Bob doe.rn't take track just for fun, he harn't a car Jo he har to run. Nat'1. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Soph. Class Pres., Jr. Class Pres., Sr. Class Vice-Pres.5 B.L.C. 3, 45 Cadet 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Track 1, Z, 3, 45 Letterwinner 2, 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. BOSTON NORTON Into the cloud: he towerr. Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1 2 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Letterwinner 2, 3, 45 Stage Crevti 45 Varsity 2, 35 Senior Act. Club 4. BOZELL, GEORGENE "Ginger" and .vpice and everything nice. Entered from Shaw High in jr. Yr. Cadette 3, 45 Y-Teen 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 jr. Play Staffg Majorette Club 35 Choir 35 Canasta 4. BROWN, ROY Heir always by the bubbling "brook" Student Council Planning Comm. 45 Jr. Class Treas.5 Sr. Class Treas.5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Letterwinner 3, 45 Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 35 Stage Crew 45 Dancing Club 3, Pres. 35 Ping- Pong 4. DORFELD, ANDREW We firrt heard hir name, when by hir accordion he won fame. Entered from East Tech in Jr. Yr. Sr. Class Pres.5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Letter- winner 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Senior Act. Club 4. FENSKE, ALBERT Thou reernert to enjoy life! Sr. Class Sec.5 Euclidian Bus. Staff 45 Football 15 Baseball 2, 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 4, Treas. 45 Camera Club 35 Madrigals 3, 4. FERTIG, JEAN A gal with a career-Barney. Entered from East High in Jr. Yr. Sr. Class Sec.5 Cadette 3, 45 Football Attendant 45 Y-Teen 3, 45 G.A.A. 35 Majorette Club 3, 45 Major- ette 45 Choir 35 Senior Act. Club 4. FOLLIS, NANCY A rnerry heart rnaheth a cheerful countenance! Soph. Class Treas.5 Cadette 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4. Jr. Sisters 25 Survey Bus. Staff 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Staff5 Sr. Play Staffg Prom Comm. 35 Choir 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 3, 45 Modeling Club 4. seniors Page Twenty-one seniors FRAZIER, JOHN Better to he mad with a crowd than wire hy yourtelf. Football 15 Baseball 15 Choir 15 P.A. Club 15 Recrea- tion Club 45 Card Club 25 Checkers Club 1, 25 Ping-Pong 4. GOTTHARD, ELEANORE She has a kindly glance and a friendly Jpirit. Choir 25 Knitting Club 15 Arts and Clubs 25 Art Club 4. HANKS, CLIFFORD "I like the girly, hut they frighten me. Can't .romeone mggext a remedy?" Cadet 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterwinner 3, 45 jr. Play Staff5 Stage Crew 3, 45 Whittling Club 45 I.ettetmen's Club 4. KALTENBACH, KENNETH Everything comer to him who waitf. Newcomers Club 25 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 45 Math Club 3, 4, Pres. 4. KEMTER, LOIS Life it not to .fhort hut what there ir always time for courtesy. Student Council 2, 35 Cadette 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 2 35 Camera Club 15 Canasta Club 4. KRIVOY RAY He workr when he ha: nothing elle to do. LUONGO, EDWARD Alwayf loathed hookxl Thi: world is meant for fun. Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Dancing Club 45 Varsity Club l, 25 Chess and Checkers 35 Ping-Pong 4. MARTIN, FRED Talking comet hy nature, .rilence hy wixdom. Jr. Class Treas.5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Track 35 Letterwinner 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermens' Club 4. MASON, THOMAS Markx, not women, are hi: aim. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Ad Club 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterwinner 45 Stage Crew 45 Movie Club 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 45 Math Club 3, 45 Lettermens' Club 4. MCWHERTER, GLORIA She mutt have heen told :ilence it golden. Service Club 15 Y-Teen 2, 45 Jr. Sisters 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Pres. 35 Knitting Club 3, 4. Page Twenty-'two MILLER, JOAN You will know ber by ber Jboes. Entered from East High in Sr. Yr. Y-Teen 4, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 4g Choir 4g Stage Crew 4, Modeling Club 4. NEUMEISTER, ELLEN Tbe brain: of tbe "combination", Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Student Council 2, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4g Jr. Sisters 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Dancing Club 35 Sr. Act. Club 4, Knitting Club 4, Modeling Club 4. PAELCHEN, DOLORES Yon may know ber by tbe company Jbe beept. Y-Teen 1, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Choir 1, 2, Needle- work 4, Pres. 4, Writing for Fun 3. PETERS, JANET V It'J nice to be natural. Y-Teen 2, 33 Sr. Play Staff, Choir 3, 4, Singing for Fun 3, Needlework 4, Dancing Club 4. PETERSON, GOLDIE "Eucliil': mine" Entered from john Hay in Sr. Yr. Y-Teen 45 Needlework 4. POWELL, DAVID Look at tbe birdie-bold it. Ad Club 2, 3, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Survey Ed. Staff 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Canasta Club 33 Camera Club 4, Pres. 4. RAZAYESKI, DOLORES A brigbt little permn to bane aroundf anotber like ber cannot be found. Y-Teen 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 35 Singing for Fun 3, Operetta 35 Needlework Club 4. SANDSTROM, KENNETH See if I care. Hi-Y 3, 43 Track 43 jr. Play Cast, Music for Fun 3, 4. SCHOENBECK, CAROL A merry beart. Service Club 2, Y-Teen 3, Newcomer's Club 2g G.A.A. 3, Choir 4g Singing for Fun 3, 43 Needle- work Club 4. SCHUDEI., WILLIAM An bonext man bay notbing to fear. Ad Club 2, 3, Baseball 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3g Movie Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Meteorology 3, 4, Math. for Fun Club 4. seniors Page Twenty-Tb ree seniors l Page Twenty-four SHEPARD, GEORGE The more people I ree the hetter I like myself. Student Council 2, 3, 4, B.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Cadette 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Newcomer's Club 2, Football 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4, Sr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Scale 8: Tri- angle 1, 2. STERLING, THOMAS So very full of fun that he joker with everyone. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Student Council 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Survey Ed. Staff 4, Asst. Sports Ed. 4, Orchestra 2, French Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 1, Ping-Pong Club 4, Singing for Fun 4, Sr. Act. Club 4. SUGDEN, PATRICK "Aw come on girls, leave me alone!" Student Council 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Stage Crew 3. SWEET, ALMA Ain't rhe Sweet. Y-Teen 3, G.A.A. 3, Knitting 3, 4, Needlework 4. TREBEC, RICHARD "H'm you're nervous, you mu.rt have never driven with me heforef' Hi-Y 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Whittling Club 33 Camera Club 4. VADNAL, PAUL A famour name. Choir 1, 2, 3, Sr. Act. Club 4, Diamond Sport's Club 3, Camera Club 4. WALLAUZ, NANCY Service hui no heritage. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Student Council 4, Soph. Class Sec'y., Jr. Class Vice-Pres. G.L.C. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Sisters 2, Newcomers Club 2, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 2, Knitting Club 3, Dancing Club 4. WHITCOMB, ROBERT He left without hir "Sharm", WHITELOCK, PATRICIA There'r nothing .ro heeoming to tz girl us moderty, Jtillnerr, and humility. Choir 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4. ZALETEL, CHRISTINE Her hrilliunt huir if eomhetl jurt Jo. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Needlework 4. 4 seniors ALEXANDER, PATRICIA F "Nothing hut death will part me from my dignity." F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, jr. Sisters 2, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Eucliclian Bus. Staff 3, 4, G.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3: Choir 2, Science Club 2, Sec.-Treas. 2, Bridge Club 3, Cribbage Club 4, Knitting Club 4. ARRISON, ARDYS Her favorite ftndy is men and .fhe'r never failed yet. Y-Teen 1, 2, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Majorette Club 1, 33 Choir 2, 4, Canasta Club 4. ' BAEHR, ROLAND He doern't ray much . . . in rthool, BALDASSARRE, ADELINE Simple, Jweet, and Jo petite. "Miss Euclid" Att. 3, Knitting Club 1, Girls' Wood- working 2. BARRY, DONALD Hit greatert fault it that he har no faults. Student Council 1, 2, B.L.C. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 1, Wrestling 3, 4, Track 1, Choir 1, Gymnastics 3. BATES, BARBARA The life of the party. Swim Cadettes 3, 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Ed. Staff 4, G.A.A. 4, jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Megaphone Club 33 Bridge Club 3, Modern Dance Club 3, Art Club 4. BECHEMER, ANTHONY Shy gny! B.L.C. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Stage Crew 4, Cards and Games Club 2. BECVAR CAROL Indian, describes this maiden fair, Darh are her eye: and dark if her hair, Swim Cadettes 3, F.T.A. 1, 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, jr. Play Staff, Majorette Club 1, 2, Megaphone Club 1, Red Cross 1, Bridge Club 3, Cribbage Club 4. BEETHAM, ELEANOR We're awfully fond of thi: hlond. F.T.A. 2, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Survey Ed. Staff 4, jr. Play Staff, Band 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 2, Bridge Club 3, Pinochle Club 4. BEIFUSS, WILLIAM So rweet, the hlnsh of hafhfnlnerrf Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Card Club 2, Dancing Club 3. i i Page Twenty-five seniors ,....,,. .,.., .............,. ,.,... ...Wm ' 2- ..-:w-:.f'-:wr-.'-'- f -4' 4-2" -,-- ' -'--mwaza,-t., r N Q. N 4 I 4. I ..,.N',m+ ww- 'LT 'ts hr2f:.:fefx A YW ,0,.,,. W . . ., ,f H ,Ji iz! ! r ve! 2 i i ,if if , f l as aux. ,fe gifzsigifaf, 'ras 4 ,,',- 1 , :fri -"-, Wu. Page Twenty-six BLANCHFIELD, GAH. She it here, hut where are her thoughtx? Swim Cadettes 3, 4g Y-Teen lg Jr. Sisters 25 Major- ette Club 3, Choir 1, 2. BLINN, ROBERT "Should I worry?" Swim Cadets 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Letterwinner 25 Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4g Senior Activities Club 4. BOLDIN, RICHARD He doex nothing in pariicular and doe: it well. Diamond Sports Club 33 Checker Club 4. BRAIDIC, KENNETH What should nz man do hut he merry! Student Council lg Baseball 3g Diamond Sports Club 35 Round Table Club 4. BROOKS, JOAN You'll know her hy the way :he walkx. Majorette Club 3g Singing for Fun 2. BROOS, DOROTHY She :urely look: mtirfied. Y-Teen 33 Jr. Play Staff 35 Maiorette Club 13 Choir lglovie Club 2, Sec. 25 Pinochle Club 2g Dancing u 1. BROWNING, DONALD For he'.r 4 jolly good fellow! Swim Cadets 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4g Survey Staff 4g Foot- ball 1, Swimming 4g jr. Play Cast 3, Choir 1, 2g Singing for Fun 3g Ping-Pong Club 4. BRUMFIELD, BETTY "Arn I .ro funny?" F.T.A. 23 Y-Teen 1, Dance Club 1, Pinochle Club 4. BRYAN, MARION She goes along in 4 quiet way. BUBNIS, KEAN "I may do .romething :emotional yet!" Student Council 3g Swim Cadets 4g Senior Activities Club 4. seniors ' ' ,.. ' . - "rw BUCHTA, RUTH Though quiet and Jhy, .rhe'll get hy. Y-Teen 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, Choir 1. BURKHOLDER, WILLIAM Don't take life too Jeriouxly - yoit'll never get out of it alive! Basketball 33 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Diamond Sports Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. BUTLER, JOAN "Why aren't yon all content like me?" Y-Teen 1, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, Red Cross 2, Modeling Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4. BYRUM, JOHN Bright and gay, that winning way. B,L.C. 4, Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4, New- comers Club 2, Survey Staff 3, Football 1, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 3, Baseball 1, 3, Swimming 4, Band 1, 2, 2, 4, Bd. of Dir. 4, P.A. Club 3, Key Club 2, 3, . CALABRESE, ANTHONY Not zz care in the world. Hi-Y 3, 4, Dance Club 3. CALDWELL, GERALD Such and ro ixarioux are the taster of men. B.L.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Ad. Club 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Band 1, 2. CAMPBELL, THOMAS The tall, .vilent type. Choir 1, 2, 3, Music Appreciation Club 3, Camera Club 4. CANADY, CARL A man of few wortlr. Entered from Pennsylvania in Junior year. Stage Crew 3, 4, Diamond Sports Club 3, 4. CAPRETTA, JEANETTE Alwny: ready to make herrelf ureful. Red Cross 4, Knitting Club 1, 2, 3. CARR, JOY She'll go placer. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Ad. Club 4, Service Club 1, 2, Y-Teen 3, 4, jr. Play Staff 3, P.A. Club 3. 4. Page Twenly-seven seniors Page Twenty-eight CASTELLANO, ANTHONY The young man with the horn. Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 3, 4. CI-IAMPA, MARLENE One in a million. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, P.A. Club 3, Sports and Games Club 1, Girls' Woodworkers 2, Treas. 2, Needle- work Club 4, Treas. 4. CHUHA, JOHN I with the perxon who invented work had finirhed it. Choir 1, 2, 3, Singing for Fun 3, Ping Pong Club 4. CIMPERMAN, JEAN There ir mirchief in that Jmile. Y-Teen 1, Majorette Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 1, Knitting Club 1, Danc- ing for Fun 1. CLARK, PHILLIP A man Jncceedr hecaase he haf the proper Jtnff in him. Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, Track 2, 3, 4, Mgr., Letter- winner 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, P.A. Club 3, Letterrnens' Club 3, 4. CLAYTON, LEE He never letr hir Jtndier interfere with fun. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Baseball 1, Letterwinner 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 1, Cards 8: Games Club 2, Diamond Sports 3, Ping Pong 4. CODLING, JOYCE She har the mildext manner! and the gentlest heart. Y-Teen 1, 3, 4, Survey Ed. Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Megaphone Club 3, Choir 2, 3, P.A. Club 4, Breeze Staff 2. COOK, ALICE Loohie! loohie! Here comer Cookie! Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 3, 4, Newcomers Club 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Megaphone Club 1, 3, Cheerleader 1, Choir 1, 2, 3. COONEY, PATRICIA Vim, vigor, vitality. G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 2, Cabinet 2, Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Bus. Staff 33 Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Prom. Comm. 3, Majorette Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, Prince of Peace 3, Bridge 3. CREIGHTON, EVELYN A diligent worker, Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Sec'y 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Prom. Comm. 33 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 3, Madri- gals 3, 4, H.M.S. Pinafore. seniors CRICKON, VIRGINIA She left the "HeighrJ" to join our clan. Entered from Heights in jr. Year. Cadettes 3, 45 Y-Teen 45 Prom. Comm. 35 Dancing. Club 45 Round Table 3. CROOKS, EDWARD Man war made for hraoer thing: than Jludy. Entered from Chardon in Jr. Year. Cadet 45 Basketball 45 Diamond Sports Club 4. CROSS, ALAN An all-round good fellow, who'J mighty mellow. Student Council 35 Jr. Class Vice Pres.5 Sr. Class Pres.5 B.L.C. 1, 45 Cadet 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Euclidian Bus. Staff 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 45 Swimming 45 Letterwinner 45 Prom Comm. 35 Gymnastics Club 2, 3. CROUSE, CORNELIA "Corny" is ar "Corny" doer. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 45 Cadette 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice Pres. 45 Euclidian Bus. Staff 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 45 Cheerleader 1, 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Madrigals 2, 45 Dancing Club 35 Senior Activity Club 4. CROWTHER MAE She liver in peace with all mankind. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 45 Fresh. Class Sec'y.5 F.T.A. 1, 25 Y-Teen 1, 45 Survey Ed. Staff 45 G.A.A. 45 Prom. Comm. 35 Megaphone Club 35 Band 3, 45 Choir 15 Orchestra 3, 45 Movie Club 45 Red Cross 15 Publica- tions Club 45 Bookstore 2, 3, 4. DAHN, BETTY By being herfelf .rhe Jhines. Entered from Toledo in Jr. Year. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 45 Student Council 3, 45 Cadette 3, 45 Y-Teen 3, 45 G.A.A. 35 Prom. Comm. 35 Bridge 35 Pinochle 4. 5 DANIELS, ANGELO Easy come, eaxy go. Entered from Glenville in Sr. Year. Checker Club 4. D'ARCY, JAMES Blertingf on him who fini invented Jleep. Ir. Sports 15 Card Club 25 Canasta 35 Ping-Pong 4. DENNIS, DONALD lim to he happy-go-lucky! Baseball 1, 35 Pinochle 1, 2, 3. DESIMONE, ALBERT Stuilying if my "jinx". Student Council 15 B.L.C. 45 Hi-Y 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter Winner 1, 2, 45 Varsity Club 25 Gymnastics Club 3. Page Twenty-nine seniors Page Thirty DEWEESE, MARJORIE Still water run! deep. Entered from Lakewood in Jr. Yr. Y-Teen 3, 4g Modeling 4, Commercial Club 3g French Club 4. DIRK, WILLIAM "I anrwered immediately, I raid I didn't hnow!" Swim Cadet 3, Survey Bus. Staff 4g Track 1, 25 Jr. Play Castg Choir 1, 3, 4, P.A. Club 35 Swimming Club 3g Round Table Club 4. DOWD, MARGARET Speech is great, hut .rilence if greater. ' . . ' . R Student Council 1, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, ed Cross lg Knitting Club 1, 2g Sports 8: Games Club 1. DUZINSKI, ROBERT Wise from the top of hir head up. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 33 Camera Club 4. EBEL, EDWARD He came, we Jaw, we liked. Entered from Lakewood in Jr. Yr. Cadet 4g Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Captain 4, Letterwinner. EIBER, ROBERT He ured to trod the Jtraight and narrowf now he walk: the road to Town. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4g Student Council 4, Treas. 43 Cadet 4, Hi-Y 4, Ad Club 4, Pres. 4, Band 1, 2g Choir lg Canasta Club 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 45 Senior Act. Club 4. ELRICK, RALPH Between the age of boy and youth, when thought it speech and speech it truth. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4g Quill and Scroll 43 Student Council 4g Hi-Y 3, 4g Survey Bus. Staff 4, Asst. Mgr. 41 jr. Play Staffg Prom Comm. 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, P.A. Club 4, Pinochle Club 35 Round Table 3. EVANS, GLORIA The Blond Bomh.rhell! Student Council 1, Cadette 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sisters 25 Survey Ed. Staff 45 Euclidian Bus. Staff 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette Club 15 Choir 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club 39 Art for Fun 4. EYNON, WILLIAM A: a comic, heir atomic! Student Council 2g Cadet 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4, Football lg Baseball 1g Basketball 1, Choir 1, 25 Pinochle 3g Senior Act. 4. FABEC, FRANK You and your accordion make .rweet music. Ad Club 3, 45 Pinochle Club 3. FABIAN, RONALD I make no noise, but I get my moneyir worth. Chess and Checkers 1, 2, 3. FAIRCHILD, NAN "Boo" always does her best. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 43 Cadette 3, 43 Service Club 1, 23 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. 2g Survey Bus. Staff 33 Euclidian Ed. Staff 4g Jr. Play Staff3 Prom Comm. 33 Megaphone 1, 3, Vice-Pres. 33 Cheerleader 13 Bridge Club 33 Knitting Club 43 French Club 3. FILSINGER, GERTRUDE She'r absorbed in her own thoughts. F.T.A. 1, 23 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 jr. Play Staff 33 Prom. Comm. 33 Choir 1 23 Bridge Club 33 Knitting Club 4. FINK, GERALDINE Sheif ezferybodyir friend. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 23 Music Appreciation 13 Social Club 23 Bridge Club 3. FINKE, JOAN She hat found the .secret to happinerx. Y-Teen 43 Prom Committee 33 Choir 13 Movie Club 43 First Aid 13 Dance Club 23 Bookstore 3, 4. FRECKER, BETTY A man if always better than a book! Student Council 13 F.T.A. 23 Y-Teen 13 Majorette Club 13 Senior Activities 43 Dancing Club 1. FUNK, DOROTHY A pleasing :mile .fo beguileff G.L.C. 43 Service Club 23 Homecoming Queen 43 Attendant Basketball 2, Football 43 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Bus. Staff 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 4g Majorette Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Majorerte 43 Megaphone Club 1, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 3. GABRIAL, HAROLD Didn't you know I war here? Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chess and Checker Club 2, 33 jr. H. Games and Sports 1. GALLO, WILLIAM I could get along fatter on rollerrhaterf Hi-Y 23 Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 43 Football 23 Choir 1, 2g Chess 8: Checkers 2, 3. GIBBS, JUNE It'.f commendable, Jhe'.f dependable. Entered from Collinwood in Junior year. Y-Teen 43 Prom Comm. 33 Canasta Club 33 Sr. Activities Club 4. seniors Page Thirty one seniors GLAVAN, BERNARD On thiy Miehaelangelo we pin our hoper. Newcomers Club 2g Ir. Play Staff 33 Pinochle Club 3. GOLE, FRANCES Sweetx for the Sweetest. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 33 Hockey 23 Choir 2, 33 Bridge Club 3, Knitting Club 1, 2g Modern Dance Club 4. GOLINAR, MARGIE H ere'J one girl who really rates. Y-Teen 4, Megaphone Club 4g Crafts and Games Club lg Singing for Fun 2, 35 Modeling Club 4. GOODMAN, ALBERT Move a pawn or rnoee a knight-Alhertif chershoard if hir might. jr. Play Staff 33 Chess Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. GOODRICH, RONALD No matter if the world goex wrong - l'rn alwayx right! Round Table Club 1. GRAY, MAR-IORIE The girl with the strong right arm. G.A.A. 3, 4, Dance Club 3g World Affairs Club 45 ' Modeling Club 4. GRESS, DONALD We don't need to "Cast" a vote for Don. Choir 1, 25 Movie Club 3, 4g Chess Club 2, 3, 4. GRIFFIN, KATHLEEN Perionality and Jmiler, dazzler and heguiler. G.L.C. 3, 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 39 Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4g G.A.A. 3, 4g jr. Play Staff 3, Prom Comm. 33 Megaphone Club 3g Choir 35 Bridge Club 3, Knitting Club 4. GRILL, RAY What you are Jpeakx .ro loudly l can not hear what you Jay to the contrary. Entered from Western Reserve Academy in Jr. Yr. Student Council 4, Treas. 4, Hi-Y 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 5, Bus. Manager 4, Singing for Fun 3. GUIP, JOHN I Here ir a good Jport if there ever wax one. B.L.C. 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball lg Track 1, 3, 45 Letterwinner 1, 43 Varsity Club 3, 4g Athletic N Assoc. 2. l Page Thirty-two HALE, BETTY "Hale, Hale," the gangit all here. Swim Cadettes 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 4, Prom Comm. 35 Camera Club 1, Treas. 1, Social Club 2, Treas. 2, Canasta Club 4. HARRISON, EUGENE Hi: arnhition it to he prerialent, nothing more! Hi-Y 4, Football 2, Jr. Sports Club 1, Card Club 2, Chess and Checkers Club 3. HEETER, WILLIAM White .thirty - Pink collarf. Swim Cadets 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Survey Ed. Staff 4, Swimming 4, Prom Comm. 3. HILLIER, MARY She har a rare affliction, the if called a fenrihle girl. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officers 1, 2, Sec. 1, Treas. 2, G.L.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, jr. Drama Club 1, Social Club 2, Dance Club 3. HOFFERT, ED Hero of the hartlwoorlff Student Council 3, 4, B.L.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Letter- winner 1, 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Choir 1, Jr. Sports Club 1, Card Club 2, Key Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. HOFMANN, CLARK Be glad your friends are many. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treas. 3, Planning Comm. 3, B.L.C. 4, Swim Cadets 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, Prom. Comm. 3, Choir 1, 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. HOLLYFIELD, MARY IJ the not a nzodett young lady? F.T.A. 1, 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Euclidian Ed. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, jr. Play Staff 3, Prom Comm. 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pinochle Club 3, Art Club 4, Casting Club 4. HOPP, JOAN None hut herxelf can he her parallel. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Jr. Council World Affairs 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Red Cross 2, Prince of Peace 4, Flower Club 2, Music Appreciation Club 1, Sports and Games Club 1. HUSTON, RICHARD He can manage anything! IVANCIC, JACQUELINE Through the .rhadoufs of life, along came Bill. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Advertising Mgr. 4, Prom Comm. 1, 3, Choir 1, 2, Red Cross 1, 2, Arts and Crafts 1, Girls' League 1, Music Appreciation 1, Knitting 3. seniors Page Thirty-ibre seniors Page Thirty-four JAMESON, DOROTHY Some think the world is made for fun and frolic -- .fo do I! Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Majorette Club 1, 2, Mega- phone Club 1, Choir 1, Art Club 4, Modern Dancing 3, Bridge Club 3. JARC, WILLIAM Quiet and shy, hut a real nice guy. Cadet 4, Baseball 1, Letterwinner 1, Prom Comm. 3, Diaanond Sports Club 3, 4, Metal Craft 1, Choral Clu 2. JERABEK, JOAN It'r better to wear out than to rurt out. Y-Teen 1, 2, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 3, 4, Red Cross 3, Arts Club 2. JESBERGER, NED A calm anzl Jelf-porserrerl young man. JOHNSON, ALLEN Were glad to haue him with ur. JONES, CHARLES Were you euer in his frerh air taxi? Football 2, Golf 1, 2, Prom Comm. 3, Ukelele Club 4, Whittling Club 3, Cards and Games 2, Recrea- tion 1. JONES, MARGIE Fm ture carer are an enemy of life. Y-Teen 1, 2, 4, Survey Ed. Staff 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, P.A. Club 3, 4, Flower Club 1, 2. JORDAN, NANCY She goes along in her quiet way, thinking of pleasant thingr to ray. Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Jr. Play Prod. Srafli 43, Meg. 3, Knitting 3, Bridge Club 3, Art Clu . KEARNEY, MARLENE Plearing way with little to Jay. Entered from St. Francis High Jr. Year. Y-Teen 3, 4, Majorette Club 3, Dancing Club 3, Modeling Club 4. KEHN, FRANK A hlurh it nice, hut often inconvenient. Fr. Class Treas., Jr. Class Treas., Hi-Y 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Letter Winner 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Pinochle 3, Dancing Club 3, Lettermans' Club 4. KERR, THOMAS A 10 o'cloch scholar. B.L.C. 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Ir. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3. KEY, BARBARA Happy the comer, happy .the goer, .fhe'r fallen in love with lovely elother. Cadette 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Art Ed. 4, Bus. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Play Staff 3, Prom Comm. 3, Majorette Club 1, 2, Megaphone Club 1, 3, Band 1, Choir 1, 2, Red Cross 1, 2, Bridge 3, Modeling Club 4, Art Club 4. KISTHARD, HENRY Yon can depend on :itch a friend. Student Council 3, Choir 1, 2, Stage Crew 1, 2, Jet Racers 1, Card Games 1, 2, Checkers 3, Dancing Club 2. KLOSS, KENNETH Now he'J earnert, now he".f clever, now he'r jolly, changing ever. Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, J. V. Capt. 3, Dancing Club 3, Ping-Pong Club 4, Breeze Staff 2. KOLLAR, DONALD He rtoopr to nothing hat the door. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, B.L.C. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Track 1, Letter Winner 4, Prom Comm. 3, Jr. High Sports 1, Card Club 2, Pinochle 3. KOPPICH, CAROL Shelf got that jingle, jangle, jingle. YTeen 3 4 GAA 3 4 r Pla Staff' Band 3, 4, - , Q - . . , sl. V , Modeling 4, Music Appreciation 3. KOSHOCK, MICHAEL Out of right hut not ont of mind. Student Council 1, 2, Echo Ed. Staff 2, Prom Comm. 3, Metalcraft Club 1, Camera Club 2, 3. KOTNIK, RUTH Teasin' for no rearon. Entered from Notre Dame in Jr. Year. Y-Teen 3, 4, Dancing Club 3, Knitting Club 3. KOVACH, AUDREY Not acquainted with the world of strife, .the liver on the happy ride of life. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Prince of Peace 4, Knitting Club 1, 3, Girls' Woodworkers 2. KOZLOW, STEPHEN Nothing ventnred, nothing gained. Student Council V1, 2, Survey Ed. Staff 3, Choir 1, 2, Camera Club 2, 3, jr. Hi-Y 1, Pres. 1. seniors Page Thirty-five seniors KOZLOWSKI, FRANCES When France: dancer with me. Y-Teen 2, 45 G.A.A. 45 Choir 1, 25 Singing for Fun 33 Modeling Club 4. KRAUSE, HELEN Wort!! do not ilexerihe her clever little walk. Y-Teens 2, 45 Majorette Club 35 Choir 1, 2, 35 Modeling Club 45 Sec'y. 45 Modern Dancing 3. KRAUSE, KAY A tlafh of .ragar and lots of Jpice, that'.f oar Kay, naaghty hat nite. F.T.A. 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 45 Survey Bus. Staff 35 Opus Bus. Staff 25 Majorette Club 3, 45 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader 45 Movie Club 2, 35 Dramatics 15 Knitting Club 25 P. D.'s 1. KUBIK, ESTHER Eacliilk lou, Cincinnati? gain. Cadette 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 45 Echo Ed. Staff 15 Opus Bus. Staff 25 G.A.A. 3, 45 Cheer Leader 1, 25 Choir 1, 2, 35 Knitting 15 Reading 8: Writing 25 Dramatics 15 Dancing 35 Modeling 4. KUHARIK, DONALD Manner: so heconie a man. Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 25 Letter Winner 15 Prom Comm. 33 Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 15 Dancing Club 15 Pinochle 3. KUSAR, ROSEMARY Someone sweet. Entered from Union High, Willoughby, Sr. Yr. Y-Teen 45 Singing for Fun 4. LANGA, JOANNE H er glory, all her hair. Y-Teen 2, 45 Jr. Sisters 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Comm. 35 Singing for Fun 35 Modeling Club 4. LANGDON, VIRGINIA Sweet antl nice to all who know her. F.T.A. 15 Choir 15 Red Cross 15 Knitting Club 35 First Aid 33 Modeling Club 4. LAYS, CHARLES 4 He ir pofxerreti, not hy the devil hut hy a woman. Fr. Class Pres.5 Soph. Class V.P.5 Sr. Class Treas.5 B.L.C. 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Football 15 Baseball 1, 2. LEONARDI, MARY May I have the next dance? Y-Teen 1, 2, 45 Prom Comm. 35 Megaphone Club 35 Art Club 35 Sr. Act. 4. Page Thirty-six LIBBY, WILLIAM Fool: rash in where angels fear to tread. Nat'l. For. League 45 Student Council 25 Euclidian Ed. Staff 3, 45 Jr. Play Cast5 Prom Comm. 35 Choir 1, 2, 35 Prince of Peace 45 Round Table 45 Debate Team 45 Diamond Sports 35 Drama Club 2. MAHER, PATRICIA Attention folhr, ree wh0'J here, the girl who :are can make as cheer. F.T.A. 25 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Megaphone Club 3, 4, Sec'y. 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir l, 2, 35 Movie Club 45 Dramatics Club l. MAI-INE, DONALD Clothex make the man. Nat'1. Hon. Soc. 45 B.L.C. 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter Winners 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Gymnastics Club 2. MAHNE, DOROTHY Therelr mixchief in thix woman. Student Council 45 F.T.A. 1, 25 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 35 Euclidian Ed. Staff 45 Hockey 1, 25 jr. Play Staff5 Prom Comm. 35 Choir 1, 2, 35 Movie Club 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 Card Club 25 Camera Club 25 Music Appreciation 35 Crib- bage Club 4. MAKMAN, MAYNARD A quiet hut a learned lad. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Science Club 1, 2, 45 Music Appreciation 3. MALM, CONSTANCE l'm very mach "engaged" Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 1, 25 Att Club 3, 4. MARCHIONE, PATRICK A wise man heepx hir own counsel. Wrestling 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 35 Singing for Fun 3, 4, Pres. 4. MARCOMBE, RUTH Love if hlind. Soph. Class Sec'y.5 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, Pres. 15 Euclidian Bus. Staff 35 Jr. Play Staffg Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 45 Movie Club 2, 35 Red Cross 1, Opus Ed. Staff 25 Echo Bus. Staff 25 Dramatics Clu l. MARTINCIC, FRANCES 'Tir my chief delight, to do the things I might. F.T.A. 1, 2, 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 35 Majorette Club 2, 35 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir l, 25 Movie Club 35 Red Cross 1, 25 Dramatics 15 Modern Dancing 4. MATHERS, MARILYN A max: of contraafictionx. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Quill 8: Scroll 3, Pres. 45 Student Council l, 2, 3, 45 Planning Comm. 35 G.L.C. 2, 3, 45 Ad. Club 2, 35 Y-Teen I, 2, 35 Ir. Sisters 25 Treas. 25 Sur. Ed. Staff 35 Page Ed. 35 Euclidian Ed. Staff 3, 4, Editor 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Jr. Play Cast5 Prom Comm.5 Round Table 35 Debate 4. seniors Page Thirty-seven seniors Page Thirty-eight MCAREAVEY, GEORGETTE Fair and .fociahle if the, just 4 dainty mystery. Entered from jane Addams in jr. Yr. Y1-'lgeez 3, Red Cross 1, Pinochle Club, Cribbage C u . LICDERMOTT, JEANNE On field and court, the lover her Jporlr. G.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Hockey 4, Prom Comm. 3, Megaphone 3, Choir 1, French Club 2, 3, Knitting Club 3. MCGARRY, EILEEN Which twin har the Toni? Entered from Willoughby in jr. Yr. Student Council 3, Y-Teen 3, 4, Choir 3, Pinochle 3, Canasta Club 4. MCGARRY, KATHLEEN "I do." Entered from Willoughby in jr. Yr. Y-Teen 3, 4, Choir 3, Canasta Club 3, Pinochle Club 4. lXlcGLY NN, ANNAMAE ,Her 176617215 in Georgia. Y-Teen 1, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Soc. Club 2, Home Nursing 3. lX'lcMAI-IAN, ROBERT llonr-fifths fun and a fifth. Football 1, 2, Basketball l, Letter Winner 1, Stage Crew 3, 4, Chess Club 1, Ping-Pong Club 4. MCVEEN, MILFORD Yoii're Jiire lo enjoy the qualifier of this hoy. Football 1, Choir 1, 2, P,A. Club 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 3, Round Table 4. MCPHERSON, FLORA By the work, yoifll know the workmen. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Quill 8: Scroll 4, Student Council 4, G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Ad. Club 2, 3, V.P. 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, Jr. Sisters 2, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Associate Ed. 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 3, 4. MEGLAN, JANET Why Jo pensive, ir the weigh! of the world upon yon? Student Council 1, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Movie Club 3, 4, Sports and Games 1, Pres. 1, Modern Dancing 4, Singing For Fun 2, 3, Art Club 3. MEZZACAPPA, ANITA Alwayr hmy, acting . . . dizzy. Entered from Collinwood in Sr. Yr. Y-Teen 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Prince of Peace 4, Ukelele Club 4. MICHELBRINK, RICHARD Beware the qniet type! B.L.C. 2, Football 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3. MIHELICK, DOLORES Sbelll carry on the name. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Singing For Fun 3, Pinochle 4. MILOSEVICH, MARY Smile when you say that. Y-Teen 2, Red Cross 1, Hobby Club 1, Cribbage 4, Crafts and Games 1, Pinochle 3. MONACELLI, THEODORE Ambition know: no rert. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Planning Comm. 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bd. Directors 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Movie Club 2, Scale 8: Triangle 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Dia- mond Sports Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3. MORETTI, NANCY Ske'll never walk alone. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Student Council 3, Sr. Class Sec'y., G.L.C. 4, F.T.A. 4, Treas. 4, Ad. Club 3, 4, Sec'y. 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Majorette Club 1, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Science Club 2, Prince of Peace 2, 3, 4. MUSER, WILLIAM Bill and bil' car will .rare go far. Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Track 3, Camera Club 3. NAGLE, HOMER Everyone can't be a hero. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4. NEUBECKER, PHILIP "Plail'.f the billi' Student Council 1, 2, Basketball 1, Choir 1, 2, P.A. Club 1, 2, Star Gazers 1, Ping-Pong 2, 3. Nirz, JAMES Inst like ol, Man River Entered from East High in Jr. Yr. Camera Club 3, Gem Hunters 4. NULICK, ROBERTA Gentlemen prefer blonrlet. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Prom Comm. 3, Choir 1, 2, Modeling Club 4, Sing- ing for Fun Club 3. seniors Page Thirty-nine I seniors Page For'I'y NUNNALLY, JERRY Congratulations for graduation. Swim Cadet 4. PABALIS, DIANA Make haste, my time is precious! Y-Teen 4, Survey Ed. Staff 3, Hockey 23 Dancing Club 2g Singing for Fun 35 Modeling Club 4. PAGE, DOLORES A sweet gal, a real pal. Student Council 3, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 3, 4g Jr. Play Staff 3, Choir 1, 3, Home Nursing 3, Modeling Club 4. PALSA, VERONICA "RolZy's dolly" Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 43 Student Council 35 Football Queen 43 Y-Teen 3, 4, Prom Comm. 33 Megaphone Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4g Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 2. PATMORE, MARTHA She's tall and thin and light of hair. Student Council lg Ad Club 2, 3: Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Sisters 2g Survey Bus. Staff 3, Adv. Mgr. 33 Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Asst. Adv. Mgr. 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 jr. Play Staff, Prom Committee 3g Major- ette Club 1, 23 Megaphone Club 13 Choir 15 Bridge 33 PAYNE, RICHARD He has the stride of a geniusg further proof is not at hand. B.L.C. 4g Cadet 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball lg Wrestling 2, 35 Letterwinner 4, Choir 1. PAZ, MARIE Your life is hound to he a success. Service Club 2g Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3, 4g jr, Play Staff, Home Nursing 3, Modeling Club 4. PECK, WILLIAM Now please hehaue, just once. PEDERSON, BERT Mild, ye! he satisfies. Track 2, Ping-Pong 4. PEGNOLI, JANET Engaged, her diamond doth announce, soon her free- dom she'll renounce. Student 1, 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 2, 3, 43 Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockev 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 1, Prince of Peace 4. PERAT, EDNA By my voice you will know me. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1, G.A.A. 4, Choir 1, 2, Operetta 1, Singing for Fun 2, 3, Modern Dance Club 4. PERRY, SAM Hix power liex in his voice. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Letterwinner 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, World Affairs Club 2, Jr. Varsity 1. PETERSON BARBARA Laughing eye: anal flancing feel. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Survey Ed. Staff 3, Page Ed. 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Prom Comm. 3, Megaphone 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Cheer- leader l, 3, 4, Captain 4. PFAFF, GEORGE Better late lhan never, Football 1, Jr. Varsity 1, Gymnastics 2, 3, Gym Club 4. PODNAR, FRANK Little, but big in hir ways. Hi-Y 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Diamond Sports 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4. POLLACK, BETTY Belly goe: merrily on her way, what elfe ix there for as to Jay? Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Echo Bus. Staff 3, Choir 2, 3. 4, Red Cross 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, Stargazers Club 2, Sec. 2, Card Club 2, Dancing Club 3, Canasta Club 4. PORTER, TOM Men of few worrlr are the her! men. Student Council 3, Baseball 1, Crafts and Games 1, Card Club 2, Dancing Club 3, Ping-Pong 3, Senior Act. Club 4. POTOKAR, RONALD Ace of all good rportx. Student Council Z, B.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Basket- ball 1, Baseball 1, Wrestling 2 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4. POWELL, FEROLYN Silence if the key to contentment, Y-Teen 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, Canasta Club 3, Modeling Club 4. RACECIC, MARTIN AJ merry as the :lay if long. Hi-Y 1, Baseball Mgr. 1, Red Cross 1, Chess and Checkers 3, Gem Club 4. seniors Page Forfy-one seniors Page Forfy-'two RADIO, LILLIAN Life lr az rongy on with the marie. Y-Teen 1, 3, 4, Pres. 13 Red Cross 13 Handcraft 2g Modeling Club 4. RAPLENOVIC, HELEN She Jpefzhr and act: jun at Jhe rhould, Y-Teen 43 Choir 23 Canasta Club 33 Knitting Club 4. RATH, ANN Be good and yodll he happy, hut yozdll min 4 lol of ffm. Student Council lg F.T.A. 1, 23 Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 33 Euclidian Ed. Staff 43 Hockey 1, 23 jr. Play Sfaffg Majorette Club 33 Choir 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 23 P.A. Club 13 Movie Club 33 Red Cross 13 Camera Club 23 Card Club 23 French Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 33 Modeling Club 4. RATZMAN, LEONARD The her! laid plan: of "Ram" .ood men. Quill and Scroll 43 Survey Ed. Staff 43 Chess Club 3, 4. REDLIN, KENNETH A man of deedr and not of words, Football 43 Basketball 33 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Letter- winner 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 33 Stage Crew 23 Diamond Sports Club 3. REILLY, CLAIRE ffijrzdly, jolly all the time, truer friend you'll never zo . Y-Teen 2, 3, 43 Eucliclian Bus. Staff 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 43 Hockey 3, 43 Prom Comm. 33 Choir 23 Knitting Club 33 Modern Dancing 4. REPLOGLE, MARY JO Honor comer from honert toil. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Pres. 43 Student Council 23 Soph. Class Sec., Sen. Class Sec.3 Caclette 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 43 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 43 Euclidian Bus. Staff 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Prom Comm. 33 Madri- gals 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 43 Knitting Club lg Sewing Club 23 Art Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Senior Act. Club 43 French Club 2, 3. RICHARDSON, LOU ANN A Jmile for thir, zz Jmile for that, alwayx ready to rtop and chat. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 43 G,L.C. 43 Y-Teen 2, 3, 43 Euclidiari Bus. Staff 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Jr. Play Staff3 Prom Comm. 33 Majorette Club 33 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 23 Prince of Peace 43 Echo Staff 1, 23 Camera Club 23 Modern Dancing 3. RICHTER, MARILYN A touch of fire on her head, Jheir fmt our own good- mztured "Red." Y-Teen 3, 43 Jr. Play Staffg Red Cross 23 Singing for Fun 23 Dateology 33 Needlework 33 Canasta Club 4. RILEY, SHIRLEY Slfzcerizfy triumphr. Y-Teen 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 3, 43 Dancing Club 33 Sewing Club 23 Knitting Club 1, 4. seniors RODGERS, PATRICIA What she nndertakes to do, she does. Y-Teen 1, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Choir 1, 2, 3, Red E Cross Operetta 39 Literary Club 3, Singing for l Fun 2, . ROGERS, PAUL Give credit where credit is due. Nat'l. For. League 4g Student Council 2g Hi-Y 25 Echo Bus. Staff 25 Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Jr. Council of World Affairs 2, 3, 4g Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 2g Treas. 23 Prince of Peace 4g Drama Club lg Oper- etta 35 Choir Bd. Directors 43 Madrigals 2, 3, 4. ROJECK, RITA Gracious in manner. Service Club lg Y-Teen 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, Home Nurs- ing Club 39 Needlework Club 4. RUSS, JAMES Russ never canses a fuss . . . SANTORELLI, ARLIN E Variety is the spice of life. Entered from Collinwood High in Sr. Yr. Knitting Club 4g Modeling Club 4. SARI, JOAN I heliene in interest, that not in principle. Y-Teen 33 Survey Ed. Staff 3, 43 Choir 1, 23 Red Cross l, 2, Sports and Games 1, Sec. lg Singing for Fun 25 Needlework Club 3g Canasta Club 4. SCHAFER, RONALD Intelligent hnrnorist. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 2, Science Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4. SCHELGUNOV, RAY A "Ray" of sunshine. Football 2g junior Varsity Club 1g Chess and Checkers 2. Club SCHMID, RITA Mnsic is said to he the speech of angels. Cadette 3, 4g Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4g Prom Comm. 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Canasta Club 33 Modeling Club 4, Operetta 3, Madrigals 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHNEIDER, DOLORES Always busy, do not fear, a certain charm is hidden f 2 here. F.T.A. 2g Jr. Council of World Affairs 2g Red Cross 13 Hobby Club 1, Sec. lg Reading and Writing Club l 2, Flower Club 33 Needlework Club 4. 2 Page Forly-ihree seniors Page Forty-'Fou r SCHULTZ, CHARLES Man alive! Gymnastics Club 2, Ping-Pong Club 4. SCHWABE, WALTER Good hurnor rnnn. SETRON, ROBERT Innocence .fo hecorne: n man. Student Council 1, Cadet 3, Football 1, 2, 4, Bas- ketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Let- terwinner 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Stage Crew 4, Pinochle Club 3, Lettermen's Club 4. SEZON, CHARLES "Chuck" full of Jpice. Student Council 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, Letterwinner 1, Choir 1, Diamond Sports 4, Vice-Pres. 4, jr. High Sports 1, Gymnastics Club 2. SHANNON, CAROLE Shy hui nice. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Echo Bus. Staff 2, Choir 2, 3, Red Cross 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, Pres, 1, Stargazers Clulg Z, Card Club 2, Dancing Club 33 Canasta Clu . SHIELDS, SALLY Let lhe world Jlide, Fl! not budge nn inch. F.T.A. 2, Ad Club 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Newcomers Club 1, Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Sen. Ed,, Bus. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Prom Comm, 3, Majorette Club 1, Megaphone Club 1, 3, Cheerleader 1, P.A. Club 4, Red Cross 1, Prince of Peace 2, Bridge Club 3, Senior Act. Club 4. SIMMONS, GERALDINE She livex to learn. Y-Teen 1, 2, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Choir 3, Sports and Games 1, Social Club 2, Bridge Club 3, World Affairs Club 4. SKUFCA, MARGARET Wax the run that wrong? Entered from Collinwood in jr. Yr. Canasta Club 4, Modeling Club 4. SLEITH, HARRY Wire just wild nhonl Harry. ' Hi-Y 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. High Sports 1, Science Club 4, Sec. 4. SLUGA, HERMAN What H errnan doeJn't know iJn't worth knowing. Student Council 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Science Club 4. seniors SPINNLER, WILLIAM Left have wine, women, Jong and laaghtery .rermons and soda water the day after. Hi-Y 43 Euclidian Bus. Staff 43 Football 2, 33 Prom Comm. 33 Red Cross 3. STALEY, RAY Why aren't you all at happy ax me? Hi-Y 43 Newcomers Club 13 Football 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Choir 33 P.A. Club 33 Red Cross 23 Breeze Staff 23 Games Club 4. STAPLES, SUE What it her power orer man? Cadette 3, 43 F.T.A. 1, 23 Ad Club 23 Service Club 13 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43 Newcomers Club 13 Survey Ed. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 33 Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 4g Jr. Play Staffg Prom Comm. 33 Majorette Club 13 Megaphone Club 13 P.A. Club 23 Red Cross 1, 23 Prince of Peace 2, 33 Canasta Club 33 Ukelele Club 4. STEFANCHIK, MIKE He and hir .tax hlow up a mighty "Gale," jr. Class Vice-Pres.3 Student Council 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 1, 23 Dancing Club 33 Operetta 33 Diamond Sports Club 4. STEFANCIK, HAROLD You may tahe two giant stepx. STEFFEN, JANET She it full of good fan. F.T.A. 23 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Sisters 23 Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Jr. Play Staff3 Prom Comm. 33 Megaphone Club 1, 33 Choir 13 Bridge Club 33 Modeling Club 4. STERLE, RAYMOND The more foolx, the more fan. Student Council 33 Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 43 Base- ball 13 Jr. Play Staff3 Band 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 23 Jr. Varsity Club 13 Pinochle Club 23 Canasta Club 4. STINSON, JUDY Sweet and Jimple, with a rlimple. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Soph. Queen3 Y-Teen 2, 3, 43 Echo 13 Survey Staff 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Play Sfaffg Prom Comm. 33 Choir 1, 33 P.A. Club 3, 4, Director 33 Movie Club 33 Flower Club 23 Senior Act. Club 4. STOKES, JAMES Happy-go-lachy, never harrier, can't understand why anyone worrier. B.L.C. 43 Hi-Y 43 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 13 Letterwinner 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Comm. 33 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 13 Jr. Varsity Club 13 Diamond Sports Club 33 I.ettermen's , Club 4. STRAH, RUDY Not hay, not timothy, only "Strah." . Euclidian Bus. Staff 43 Basketball 13 Jr. Play Sfaffg 5. bVars2ty Club 13 Pinochle Club 23 Canasta u 3, . Page Forly-five seniors Page Forty-six STROUP, JOAN SIQBIJ' wire for the worriey not. Service Club 1, Y-Teen 2, Jr. Sisters 2, G.A.A. 5, 4 ing Club 4. STRUNA, VIRGINIA To everyone her hrmh lellx that ar an arzixz .the excel! Service Club 1, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Sisters 2, G.A.A 1, 2, Prom Comm. 3, Science Club 1, Canasta Club 3, Art Club 3, Modeling Club 4. STUBER, RITA Wee, bar wicked! Entered from Villa Angela in Jr. Yr. Y-Teen 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Bus Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Bridge Club 3, Knitting Club 4. SUGERMAN, MORRIS What gal iJn't hi: girlfriend? Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Planning Comm. 3 Jr. Class Pres., B.L.C. 3, 4, Cadet 4, Hi-Y 4, Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Feature Ed. 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4 Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 4 1, P.A. Club 1 2, 3, Varsity Club 2. SULLIVAN, JOHN N oz a fighter, but he'x got spirit. Football 1, 2, Jr. Recreation Club 1, Art Club 1. SUTHERLAND, JOHN Nice to everyone he knowr. SWANEY, ROBERT He lravelr hir own path. Cadet 4, Football 2, Stage Crew 4, Pinochle Club 4 Canasta Club 3. SWEET, RICHARD He'J jnrt an all around Jport. Football 4. SZABO, ANDREW ' I-Ie laughx at the world. B.L.C. 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Jr. Play Staff, Stage Crew 3, Science Club 1, Red Cross 2 Canasta Club 3, 4. TAPASSI, ANDREW Left give a cheery Andy ir here! Stage Crew 3, 4, Dancing Club 3, Canasta Club 3 Chess and Checkers 4. v Choir 1. 3. 4, Jr. Council of World Affairs 4, Model- Letterwinner 4, jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Band TARANTINO, ALICE Little, but .to it a flick of dynamite. F.T.A. 1, 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Sisters 2, Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Page Ed. 3, Bus. Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Soph. Ed. 4, Bus. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 2, 3, Megaphone Club 1, 3, Cheerleader 1, Choir 1, 2, Orchestra 1, Red Cross 1, 2, Prince of Peace 2, 3, Canasta Club 3, Modeling Club 4, Arr Club 4. TARASCO, DOROTHY Her wayr are way: of plearantnen. Y-Teen 2, 4, Knitting Club 2, Flower Club 3, Danc- ing Club 3, Modeling Club 4. TEEGARDIN, ANNE A warm friend in our rnidrt. THOMAS, LARRY N 0 mon' grows under hif feet. B.L.C. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Wrestl- ing 3, 4, Letterwinner 4, Prom Comm. 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Chess and Checkers 3: Key Club 3, 4, Sec. 4. TIFFANY, ROSEMARIE Deeds, not wordx are repaid. Ad Club 3, 4, Service Club 1, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, s 4 Vice-Pres. 2, jr. Sisters 2, Pres. 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Majorette Club 1, 3 Megaphone Club 1, Choir 1, 3, Canasta Club , Modeling Club 4, Pres. 4, Madrigals 3, 4. TIMCO, RAY "I'll get by". Hi-Y 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Choir 1, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, P.A. Club 4. TIMONEY, ELAINE Patient and .rtill and full of goodwill. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Majorette Club 1, Choir 1, Canasta Club 3, Modeling Club 4. TOTH, PATRICIA A conxtant .rource of xurprire and delight. Student Council 1, G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Service Club 1, 2, Treas. 2, Homecoming Queen 4, Foot- ball Attendant 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 4, Prog. Chr. 3, jr. Sisters 2, Newcomers Club 1, Survey Ed. Staff 3 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Megaphone Club 1, Knitting Club 3, Canasta Club 4. TOWARD, AGNES Surely out to rise to fame, study is her middle narne. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, G.L.C. 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Bus. Staff 3, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Needlework Club 3, Madrigals 4. TOWN, SUSANNE Small and slender, full of grate, charming laugh and winmrne face. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Quill Sc Scroll 4, Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Planning Comm. 3, Jr. Class Sec'y., G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Home- coming Attend. 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Echo Ed. Staff 1, 2, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Assoc. Ed. 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Jr. Play Cast, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Prince of Peace 4, Red Cross 1, Camera Club 2, Sec'y. 2, Bridge Club 3. seniors Page Fo rly-seven seniors Page Forty-eight TREBEC, PATRICIA "Thi.r rchool if .rwell hut I wouldn't want it for a .rteady diet". Student Council 1, 5, Y-Teen 1, 2, 5, 4, Echo Ed Staff 1, 2, Survey Ed. Staff 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 5, 4, Ed. Staff 4, jr. Council of World Affairs 1, 2, 4 G.A.A. 1, 2, 5, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 4, Prom Comm. 5 Majorette Club 5, Choir 1, 2, 5, 4, Card Club 2 Dramatics Club 1, Treas. 1, Dancing Club 5, French Club 1, 2, 4, Operetta 5. UHL, WILLIAM To know if to appreciate thir lad. Natll. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill 8: Scroll 4, Student Council 5, Cadette 5, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Asst. Cir. Mgr. 4 jr. Play Cast, Stage Crew 2. VAH, ELIZABETH A friendly Jort. Y-Teen 1, Bridge Club 5. VAN OSDALE, JOHN "Never worry-it tahex too long". Entered from Collinwood in Jr. Yr. Cadette 5, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Red Cross 5 Ukelele Club 4. VAN SCODER, RICHARD It'.r nice to he naturally when y0u're naturally nice. Hi-Y 5, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 5, 4, Football 1 Track 2, Prom Comm. 5, Band 1, Choir 1, 2, 5, 4 Madrigals 4, Gymnastics 5, Sr. Activities 4. VERBECKY, DOLORES Ninety-nine and forty-four one-hunalredthx percent true. Megaphone Club 1, 5, Needlework Club 5, 4. VERBSKY, SARA Her .ftrut if a joy to heholtl. Y-Teen 4, Echo Bus. Staff 2, G.A.A. 2, Hockey 2 Prom Comm. 5, Majorette 1, 2, 5, 4, Leader 4 P.A. Club 1, Movie Club 1, Red Cross 2, Band Bd Directors 5, 4. VIDUSICH, BARBARA She har what it taker. Entered from Miami, Fla. in jr. Yr. Modern Dancing Club 4. VOLNEY, GEORGINE A contagiour laugh wherever it lr heard. WAGNER, DOROTHY Full of generority. Y-Teen 1, 2, 5, G.A.A. 1, 2, 5, Choir 1, P.A. Club 5, Social Club 1, Dramatics Club 1, Flower Club 4. 1 Y-Teen 1, 2, 5, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Prom Comm. 5, Student Council 1, Fr. Class Sec'y, Soph. Class Treas., a Majorette Club 2, 5, 4, Choir 4, Orchestra 5, 4, Cadette 5, 4, Y-Teen 5, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, G.A.A. 5, 4, Majorette Club 5, Knitting Club 3, Quill 8a Scroll 4, Student Council 5, G.L.C. 5, 4, F.T.A. 2, 5, 4, Service Club 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 5, 4, jr. Sisters 2, Survey Ed. Staff 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 5, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Advisory Bd. 5, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Megaphone Club 1, Pinochle Club 5. WAID, JACK Someone .fwell to have around. WALSH, ROBERT "Relax, relax!" jr. Play Staff, Art Club 3, 4. WATERWASH, CRISY Cri.vy'J the girl ufhohl take a dare, most anytime and anywhere. Y-Teen 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, Band 1, 2. WATKINS, MARILYN A finger in every pie. , Quill 8: Scroll 4, Fresh. Class Pres., Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Cir. Mgr. 4, jr. Council of World Affairs 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1, Sec'y. 3, Prom. Comm. 39 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 1, 2, Sr. Act. Club 4, Operetta 3, Choir Bd. Directors 4. WAUGH, DALENE N ice and new, we like her too. Entered from Independence, Mo. in Ir. Yr. Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Knitting Club 3, Red Cross Club 4. WEBER, RALPH "I have no strife to bother my life, Jo I paddle my own canoe." Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill 8: Scroll 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Asst. Bus. Mgr. 4, Jr. Play Cast, Movie Club 3, 4, Star Gazers Club 2, Craftsman Club 1, Science Club 4, Pres. 4. WEIR, MARLENE Marie har charm and ro hat the. Y-Teen 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Math for Fun 3, Dancing Club 4. WEIST, BARBARA Sayx little, think: a lot. Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Echo Bus. Staff 1, G.A.A. 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 1, Singing for Fun 2, Flower Club 3, 4. WELCH, HOWARD When at a game and you want firrt reportr, look for H owie, he wribsx Sportr. Sr. Class Vice Pres., B.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 4, Newcomers Club 1, Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Sports Ed. 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Football 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4, Boy's Stage 3, Band Bd. Directors 4. WEST, DONALD Eaxt it eart and "Tuhby" ir Wert. Cadette 3, 4, Football Mgr. 3, 4, Baseball 2, Wrestl- ing Mgr. 3, Track Mgr. 33 Letterwinner 2, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Choir 2, Stage Crew 4, Science Club 1, 2, Pinochle Club 3. seniors Page Forty-nine seniors 1 Page Filly WHEATON, WESLEY Leader of men, follower of women. Student Council 1, 4, B.L.C. 3, 4, Cadette 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Survey Ed. Staff 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Letterwinner 2, 4, N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Varsity Club 2, Key Club. WHITESIDE, JEAN Yoa'll rememher her laughter forever afrer. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Quill 8: Scroll 4, Nat'l. For. League 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, Student Council 1, 4, G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1 2, Ad Club 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, jr. Sisters 2, Survey Bus. Staff 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Megaphone Club 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Prince of Peace 1, 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, Girl's State 33 French Club 3, 4. WILHELM, LAVERNE A willing and diligenl worker. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill 84 Scroll 4, E.T.A. 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sisters 2, Survey Ed. Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Advisory Bd. 4, jr. Play Staff, Megaphone Clug 1, 3, Choir 1, Needlework Club 3, Sr. Activities C u . WILLSON, NANCY With .rmilex and giggle: for all timer. G.A.A. 3, jr. Play Staff, Prom Comm. 3, Prince of Peace 4, Needlework Club 3, 4. WITTINE, EARL A quiet chap of .faperior hranil. Track 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, Scale 8: Triangle 1, Whittling Club 4, Gem Hunter's Club 4. WOLF, PETER "Hold the fort hoyx, I am coming". Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Student Council 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Sports Ed. 3, Ed.-in-Chief 4, Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Letterwin- ner 3, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Prince of Peace 4, Diamond Sports Club 3, Publications Club 4. WOLFF, PETER c. Relax, Pete'J here! Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff, Band 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, Round Table 3, Ping-pong 4. YERMAN, DONALD No sinner, no faint perhaps, hu! still the very best of chaps. Football 3, Baseball 1, Scale 84 Triangle 2, Red Cross 3. ZELLER, MARILYN Sweet and lovely. Entered from Collinwood in jr. Yr. Canasta Club 3, Modern Dancing Club 4. ZOGG, EDGAR Zig, Zag, Zogg! Choir 1, 2, 3, P.A. Club 1, Ping-Pong Club 1, Chess 8: Checkers 1, Boosters Club 1, 2. "Joys of Siudeni' Days" Page Fifty-'rwo if 27 aniar J4 President .,4......................... jean Bosco Vice-President . . . ...... Dick Sodja Secretary .... ........,, B etty Poje Treasurer .... . . .... .,.. G ladys Stevenson u 22 unior President . ....,................ Dan Wawrzyniak Vice-President .... ..., A nne Browning Secretary ..,,. . . .Janice Lindstrom Treasurer . . . . . .Dan Colantino Donald Alston Ida Bickley Jean Bosco Estell Bozell Anne Cristoff Kathleen Courtot Carol Deely Norman Eighmy Ronald Elliott Grace Germano Douglas Greve Suzanne Hawkins Richard Kosteinshek Judith Levkovitz John Nachti gal James Nimmo Elizabeth Poje Marcus Predovic Richard Presterl Earl Price William Schlauch Walter Schwabe Burleigh Shibley Jerome Silverman Norman Simmons Blase Skully Eugene Snyder Richard Sodja Vincent Sofia Gladys Stevenson Bruce Abbott Joyce Ahey Annabel Aitken William Akos Joan Aldred ,s if' .Q ' i 4 'ST 2 ,, 2 it sw JS I ff' .1 J fr , I, iq lie sulssu ' juniors bww-Q2 la.. Page Fiilry-+h ree class of 1952 I.- ' ai i a f -,:..: .--... : M g -:,.-- -, f ,pl 4 t , Air- at QQ? ,J 5 A ,. WP- gig., 5- -' .U we . ::, 7 . t K E if V l , A ? ' nf'f"'5wr7 f .-:: fx fmt D ' fs ' N' I , . 1, A W gi ,. J 'X if xi i 'E 43 wing i E M 1' 2 Zigi . 7 .t .. 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A YY' Page Filly-seven class of 1952 Page Fifty-eighf Diane Lekse Robert Lindsay Janice Lindstrom Walter Lindstrom Arlene Lokar Jane Lowell Joan Luikart Richard Lumadue Patricia Lynch Jack MacEWen Dorothy Maczuga Don Malaga Rose Marie Mannion Robert Mansperger Janet Mapes Eileen Marchione Shirley Maradorf Alice Mauser Robert McCulley Patricia McNellan Alice Melkerson Vincent Menill Joyce Meyers Dolores Mihelich Patricia Miklus Mary Jane Milavec Donald Miller Richard Miller Sandra Miller Margaret Miskerich Wilma Mlack Jack Mocny Frank Molnar Robert Monnett Daniel Moriarity James Morron Kay Moschell james Murray William Myers Richard Nagode Patricia Nagy Judith Nelson Richard Newman William Nobbe James Norsic Richard Nunnally Ronald O'Connell Thomas O'Donnell Nancy Offineer Dolores Ogreen John Ohnemus Louis O'Kicki Edward Omerza Leroy Omerza Lillian Oraham Eugene Orlando Lois Osberg Shirley Palmer Frances Parziale Thomas Paskins , Z .,.. wk ' 'ffl 'lf Q -:: . , i . is If Q X iuniors g 'xvrzif .5"P'M!ifg V Q vs i 5 ' X. 3 2 5 i 3 2, l . , A Q Qhlf ' ,.1.,1 , L . 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'xl'-f E .1,, . R, AI' 4 if f 3 "WEP l 29? "i.': S 1'A ., 3 we ,V., .V 2 4 .,,. .lllr V. wig? S . fi? , A A . Y' X i t fi l a sa V I ""- i FZ -I 2 Xt.Q5f'g ,i 1 WW ff N ,.,.: . f---Q 1 :-A 1 1 Q-.. , V ,.:...,,..-- I :" je Q VP f , , Q . ' nrun ' --:- AA1 4 f , 5 an V, , M 1 tn tt t gf' 2 ,.::.EE ":"',, x X ...,. Page Sixty Leonard Rattini Margaret Reilly Elaine Repicky Jean Richman Marilyn Rini Nancy Rolinson Harvey Roll Carol Rouse John Ryan Stanton Ryan James Sainsbury Shirley Salettel Michael Santon Corrine Sbrocco Roland Schmelzer Rita Schmidt Paul Scmitt Harry Scholpp Fred Schule Barbara Schultz Nancy Seaman Allan Sherrill Claire Shepard Kathleen Shirilla Ruth Sill Audree Simonic Fred Smith Kent Smith William Snyder James Sobe Robert Soeder Alvce Sowden William Soaur Gloria Stahre Clyde Stapp Constance Strk Robert Stefancik Marion Stone james Strathern Charlotte Stuzen Irene Substelny Carolyn Swackhamer Nancy Szabo Richard Taylor Mac Tench wr' I I :-" ..,,, . 'Z z' 1: 1 A E rw A juniors .- .M Q 5 W t?.si- :E-'-'W QQ, I t-., n G . A g. if if is ii X, R , , H.. -fi E xx . ' . K 'aw 9 Barbara Tiefenbach J it Janet Trommetter o r , Gretchen Uhry 'Z' . MQ fiffhfiglfk ' 'W - ' ' ,'r..- 1 Martha Verbsky 1 , Q ., I 'V' ,:- A William vigh . P 4 f A Y Robert Waid 2 a swf 3 Q W Q , . Roberta Walensa 2 49. 5 . '- Q53 1.- 5 V, " Q ' ? Leo Walsh ,,. it ytlgwm A 1:,fg,3,. A , m --" 5 - .,, I 5 : :'-: 4 '::': f ig if Y ,,, , A 'av . Q' , , A k , .. W :'1 sr, ti, .g f If K . , A img 6 Dan Wawrzyniak in b Q DOH Webkel' f ,. .-. , .-,.: .--,A , ..,.,,. g . I iz., I-Coflafd Weiss l fm. Hrs Q w tw ,, Alfred W1ll12mS A xii :,, I i w as 5 , t at W X , K ' 1 ,.., -5 Q' , Don Winter ' -':r-4 1 . b, , .. ' 4 ! Delores Wiseman gi ' ""': A, " ' "-- ' 1- W N Carol Wiskes 'W 'MN A:.-' 4 ,K N K .,:L,,: T . Q, A 4 Harold Wittlinger N tm ' s -Q ,Q Wavne Woganstahl 'ed J' 5- ..,. 'Q ' ' 'M' - r :Z2 , , 3, L .t..-.t::,t ' , , S Ffa? I .:," ' ,-::'--,. 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Sally Irons Jean Jacobski Dale James Carolyn Janke Joseph Janus Betty Jevnikar Frank Jirovec ' Jeanette Johnston N Bernice Jokela Ron Joranko Betty Justus James Kalin Robert Kane Joseph Kantner Wallace Nido Richard Karlinger Joe Kawrich Joyce Kellam Anne Kelso Gail Kibby Fred Kinkoph Marilyn Kline Ray Knapp Louis Knezevich George Koepplingn Frank Kokos Margie Korta Walter Korta Joan Kostelnik Gerald Kotnik Jean Kotnik Larry Krauter Max Krecic Karen Kreinheder Pat Krome Paul Kubik Marcia Ellen Kuch' Tom Kunkel Tony Kure John Langdon Ronald Laseak Carl Lasinski Ken Lasko Carl Laubler Patricia Leffetts ' Arline Lengel Margaret Libby Glenn Long Joyce Long Marilyn Lovett VC'illiam Lux l sw ndra MacDonald nald MacKay McCandles omas McCarthy ary McClure 'onard McCormick rnes McDermott rbara McGowan herie McKenzie lirley Mangusson mes Majoros chard Makman ry Malmberg een Mannion 'haue Mansperger alter Mapes mes Marcombe ,rricia Morerr mis Margo ,errv Maryazic 'illiam Mauser Eronica Mauer ward Micco ichael Michael 'illiam Mikolsky lzlrienne Miller ed Miller ennerh Miller iolet Milosevich ,ary Ann Mitch Lrbara Mittelstadt rald Mlachak al Moore ll Morgan avid Morse aine Moser on Mramor 'arilyn Muehl eraldine Mxihic harles Murphy loria Myers ,an Myers 'rrv Nemerousky ichard Nemerh avid Niccum rank Nimmo phn Novak iirley Olsen ian Outten 'ave Owens oger Pae atherine Paolo ireline Plasius lelen Papes lngela Parenti fseph Pascal l . lleen Pavlina lanual Paz athryn Peck 'erra Lee Peunoyer -eralcline Percio huck Peterson 'orman Petrick . ki ::'. 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Q Q X 2 is it . tw Q 4 4' 'in R 'SV Qi C f Q"' Q T Jerry Petrofes Ronald Phillips Veral Pierce Jean Powell Sylvia Pringle Patricia Ann Rad Phoebe Raney Arthur Reed Charles Reier Stephen Rapasy William Rice Frank Phillips Lenore Richards john Richmond Gary Risley Robert Roach Paul Rogers Shirley Rojeck Eunice Rose Howard Rose Steve Rosik Dany Ross Donald Runo Thomas Sabbath Marleen Sabec Laura jean Samsa Robert Sanders Edward Santon Geraldine Schmitz Bill Schneider john Seleman Russel Shawke Edith Sherrill Roxann Shirk Patricia Shrewsbur Navarre Seiber Constance Sieker Ken Sims Marily Skiff Gertrude Skrobot Sharon Sladek David Smith jack Soll Sue Spangler Allen Stalker Marcia Stark Beverly Stevens Thomas Stevenson! Ray Stills David Stinson Donald Streck Pat Sullivan Stuart Summerville Don Sustar Eleanor Sutherland jim Teegardin Sally Telisman Otto Thomas Ted Thomas Chauncey Thomps Donna Thompson Fred Thompson Robert Thorncraft 4 ck Todd e Toigo ank Toplak rlene Tortorici ll Trout eraldine Turk iseph Turkall ck Vaughan ale Vencl alan Vendeland rol Verbsky bn Vicic yhn Van Hof nomas Walklet rald Walsh Waters sella Waterwash , arles Watkins ,ck Watlcinson ary Louise Weir 'illiam Weiss nlward Welling mes Welsh fillard Wertenberger isan Wettrick on Whiteside enny Whitlow ichard Whitney onald Wiech ,ck Wierman uth Wilk etty Yanchar :an Yarbrough Eward Williams irley Williams ichard Wohlgemuth enneth Wuchte ridson Wills 'uart Winters Iary Lou Zohler ary Zanzig harles Ziegenfus sophomores I' Page Seventy-one gi an Maw ww ll II Sfudeni Days classes Sewing Sewing one's own clothes is not only more economical than buying them, but also provides an opportunity for original- ity in clothes to fit personal tastes. In connection with design, textiles and color are studied and ready-made garments are compared with those the girls make. Physics The students of Mr. Koth's physics class are examining an optical disc, which is used for the refraction of light. Through this course the student learns the prin- ciples of heat, light, sound, electricity and machines. Two days each week are devoted to lab work when the principles learned in the lecture room are practiced. Co-ops The co-op plan is offered to students who want to work part-time while they are still in school. They must prepare for the job in advance so the sophomore, and junior years are spent mastering the necessary skills such as typing, short- hand, bookkeeping and filing. This pro- gram is especially advantageous because the student has a chance to practice his acquired knowledge. classes Cooking An abundance of storage space and all the conveniences of a modern kitchen are combined in Euclidls Home Arts depart- ment. Each year the newest models of gas and electric stoves and refrigerators are purchased to keep the girls up-to-date on the latest cooking methods. The plan- ning, preparing, and serving of nourishing and attractive meals are emphasized. French Beginning students in Mr. MacKeigan's French classes soon learn that no English may be spoken during that period. They are able, after a fairly short time, to carry on conversations with ease and by the second semester to lead the class discus- sion as Joan Kromar demonstrates in the picture. As soon as the rudiments are learned each student is given a French pen pal. English Senior English is an advanced course with much emphasis being placed upon com- position and English literature. The Atlan- tic Monthly and Harpers magazines keep the students up-to-date on the best works of present day authors. In Mr. Black- burn's classes an informal seating arrange- ment permits freer participation and more contact with each individual. classes Girls' Gym Gym classes provide a welcome break in the school day but still give the girls mental as well as physical exercise. They participate in such outdoor sports as hockey, soccer, baseball, and track dur- ing warm weather and move inside during winter months to play volleyball, basketball, ping-pong, and badminton. In addition they attend health classes one period each week. Boys, Gym Basketball, baseball, football, exercises, and swimming comprise only a part of the activities in a boys' gym class. Mem- bers of the Swim Leaders Club assist Mr. Graam in his task of helping the boys to improve their swimming, while members of the Boys' Leaders Club aid the physical education teachers during gym classes and referee intramurals before school in the morning. Auto Driving Auto driving, the newest addition to Euclid's High's ever expanding curric- ulum, is open only to students sixteen years old and over. With the aid of thorough instruction, driving students acquire valuable knowl- edge of rules and driving techniques so that at the conclusion of the course a better than average number of driving students gain licenses. Page Seventy-six classes World History To aid in comprehending world prob- lems, students in Mrs. Stewartis world history classes study the progress of man- kind and civilization from their begins nings to the present day. They learn not only the connection between events of the Western and Eastern hemispheres but also learn to understand the customs of our neighbors. A test is the cause of the student's thoughtful expressions. Woodshop For boys who intend to be carpenters, cabinet-makers, or general handymen around the house, woodshop is an excel- lent course. Mr. Case instructs them in the fundamentals of joinery and the uses of various woods in the elementary course and in the more advanced courses in cabinet construction, wood turning, and wood finishing. Mechanical Drawing Under the guiding hand of Mr. Pohto, a mechanical drawing student learns the use and care of drawing equipment, the importance of neat, accurate work, how to draw machine parts, and to read blue prints of architectural drawings. Methods used in industry are followed, providing a good basic foundation in drafting. Page Seve nity-seven classes Typing The typing course is found to be equally useful to students in commercial, home arts, and college preparatory courses. It is valuable to anyone who desires clarity and accuracy in his work either for his own use or for a future occupation. Through continuous time tests, students increase their typing speed which is a prime requisite of a good typist. Band The photographer has caught Mr. Harper in a pose familiar to all musicians. Unlike most classes, the band is frequently required to perform at contests and for the public. ' The members of the band learn not only better musicianship and acquire added ability in ensemble music, but also derive much enjoyment from their first period class. Choir Pictured here is a typical rehearsal of the popular A Cappella Choir. Miss Tomp- kins, the director, selects the outstanding members in the choral department to participate in this choir. To any student who gains membership, the experience acquired plays an important part in rounding out his high school education. Page Seventy-eighi' classes Office Secretaries The efficient young woman behind the office counter is Miss Dolores Fondran, or more simply-Dolores. When she isn't busy fulfilling her secretarial duties to Mr. Owens and Mr. Schwegler, she makes out athletic eligibility lists, records grades and activities, and takes dictation. Mrs. Winters comes in three days a week to help in the office. P.B.X. Operator Secretary to Mrs. Shears and Mr. Baumer and P.B.X. operator Miss Winifred Willis never has a dull moment for there is always dictation to take, letters to write, reports to make and calls to answer, Along with these duties, other little jobs such as student accounting, entries and withdrawals, transcripts and monthly state attendance reports keep Winnie constantly busy. School Nurse Mrs. Bieberle, school nurse, takes care of students who become ill or are injured while at school. The clinic, located in the office corridor, is her headquarters. Along with Dr. Martin, school physician, she gives first aid and general checkups in an effort to keep the student body in good health. Page Seventy-nine Page Eighty c I a s s e s Library Miss Bowditch, head librarian, is always ready to assist students in finding refer- ence books, novels, biographies or poetry in the library. Students have the privilege of using the library both during study halls and after school. Since the library is large enough to accommodate 600 students at one time, tests are often given there. Mr. Brewster Whether you want a door unlocked, a window fixed, the school opened for a special affair, or freight unloaded, Mr. Brewster is the man to see. With his group of thirty-four workers, he is com- pletely responsible for the upkeep of the building. He is shown checking the gauges in our ultra-modern boiler room which provides for coal, gas, or oil consumption. Cafeteria Though the cafeteria is not a classroom, nearly all students visit it some time dur- ing the day. Mrs. Palloran, head dieti- cian, supervises the planning and cook- ing of meals served in the cafeteria both during lunch periods and for special ban- quets. The cafeteria also provides an excellent place for holding school dances. All Praise We Sing national honor society The National Honor Society was first organized in l American schools to promote leadership and good character as well as to create an enthusiasm for scholarship and a desire to render service. Any senior or junior in the upper third of his class is eligible to be rated for possible mem- bership. With the aid of a point system each teacher and each present National Honor Society member rates the prospective students on the basis of leadership, character, and service. Then each January at a solemn and impressive ceremony the worthy scholars are initiated. A member must stand out among his fellow students but not away from them, for membership is the highest honor that can be conferred upon a high school student. The picture below was taken at the conclusion of the annual N. H. S. assembly. Page Eighty-two T. Monacelli, R. Elrick, B. Eiher, B. Behnke R. Weher, 1. Anderson, R. Schafer, B. Peterson, C. Crouse, S. Mardorf, V. Palsa, A. Lokar, M. Mathers, I. Lowell J. Dondrea, I. Stinson, D. Mahne, N. Yeary, M. Replogle, M. Crowther, E. Neu- miester, S. Town, T. Sterling, I. Whiteside, D. Kollar, B. Dahn, E. Creighton S. lntihar, N. Moretti, N. lVallanz, I. Carr, H. Nagle, B. Uhl, T. Mason, L. Richard- son, A. Sowden, I. Whiteside, C. Hofmann. Row 1 left to right: S. Mardorf, E. Repicky, I. Whiteside, I. Limlstrom. Row 2 left to riglrt: B. Former, B. Buck, A. Sowden, N. Moretti, B. Camno, A Aitken N Willson, S. Town. Row 3 left to rzgbt: B. Libby, I. Lowell, A. Lokar, M. Holfelder, S. Caruso, R Pae B Mansperger. national forensic league Under the guidance of Mr. Leonard Robuck, speech enthusiasts participate in local, district, and state con- tests and speak before the public to gain enough points to become members of the National Forensic League. At the contests they present original oratoricals, humor- ous declamations, extemporaneous speeches, dramatic cleclamations, or participate as a member of the debate team. N.F.L.'s scholastic qualifications are the same as those of National Honor Society and International Quill and Scroll: a student must be in the upper third of his classg but he must earn twenty points to achieve membership. A member may and usually does continue to work for points, striving for the higher degrees of Merit, Honor, and Distinction. To receive these degrees fifty, one- hundred, and two-hundred points respectively must be earned. Row 1, left to right: M. Sugerman, M. Mathers, P. Wolf. Row 2, left to right: J. Wolfenberg, B. Kirk, L. Wilhelm, S. Town, F. McPherson. Row 3, left to right: B. Ulal, L. Ratzman, R. Weber, R. Elrick, A. Laker, P. Trebec, J. Whiteside. international quill ancl scroll Page Eighfy-fou r Members of Quill and Scroll, are inducted into the Society during an annual assembly program. The newly elected members take the oath of the organization, and receive their membership cards and pins. COn the pins are inscribed the letters I.H.S.H.S.J. the abbreviation for International Honor Society for High School journalistsj The purpose of the society, to honor Worthy high school journalists, and the qualifications for membership are explained to the entire student body in this assembly. To qualify one must give outstanding service either to the business or to the editorial staff of the Survey or the Euclidian, rank in the upper third of his class scholasti- cally, excel in character, leadership and service, and be recommended by the advisor of one of the publications. Samples of his work must be submitted to the societyls executive officer for final approval. national athletic scholarship society i To become a member of the National Athletic Scholar- ship Society a boy must have been awarded a letter in football, basketball, swimming, wrestling, track, baseball or golf and proven himself outstanding in fair play and good sportsmanship. In addition to a letter, he must be in the upper forty percent of his class and must be elected, by the vote of the faculty, into the society. N.A.S.S. was formed primarily to promote good scholarship among athletes by producing an incentive for earning better grades. Intelligent students not only make the best athletes, but also save the coach from worrying about the eligibility of his players. It is certain that more boys will strive for membership in N.A.S.S. and make it a bigger and more important honor club at Euclid High. Left to right: Don Mahne, Ed Hoffert, Frank Kelan, Wes Wheaton, Pete Wolf. Page Eighty-tive sfudem' council Twice a year each homeroom elects one representative who takes any problem of the students to the Student Council. At the meetings these problems are discussed and solved, if possible. The Council sponsors many programs and dances for the enjoyment and benefit of the entire l student body and is always ready to back any school activity. The Get Acquainted Dance, the first of the year, as well as the Football and Basketball Dances are annual affairs. Honor study halls, the bookstore, hall guards, concessions, the student council reception room, the recreation room and assembly programs are completely managed by the student representatives in keeping with Mr. Kothls policy of giving the students as much responsibility as possible in the running of the school. Alyce Sowden and Herman Sluga headed the magazine drive which was originated to take the place of numerous small money-making propositions previously used by Student Council. The individual students were allowed to apply their share, one-half of the profits, to any school activity or publication they chose. A nine-hundred and fifty dollar popcorn machine, pur- chased in March, was used at the final basketball game, the tournament, and after school. A tax stamp drive, headed by Joanne Archbold, was promoted by the council to help pay for the machine. Page Eighty Row 1, left to right: R. Grill, S. Town, T. Monacelli, Mr. Kotb. Row 2, left to right: C. Bates, B. Stevens, L. Osberg, A. jones, I. Pegnoli, D. Morse. Row 3, left to right: J. Stinson, A. Sowden, D. Malone, N. Wallauz, M. Mathers, F. Guarino, R. joranleo, W. W'heaton. Row 4, left to right: 1. Coski, M. Hillier, B. Nobbe, L. Demeter, R. Friedel, M. Kaplan, I. Clayton, J. Whitesizle, E. Bozell, R. Ferro. Row 5, left to right: D. Wawrzyniak, B. Eiber, G. Shepard, C. Sezon, 1. Anderson, B. Dahn, C. Thompson, R. Pae, M. Sugerman. Row 6, left to right: K. Brockman, E. Hoffert, R. Elricle, E. Snyder, G. Byrne, L. Knezevicla, K. Sims, D. Whiteside, 1. Sullivan. COI'1C9SSIOI"lS secre'rarles Left to right: Marilyn Mathers, Chuck Sezon, Ralph Elrick, Flora McPherson. Heading concessions is another of the enormous jobs undertaken by the Student Council. Marilyn Mathers, Chuck Sezon and Dick McHarg took charge of foot- ball concessions while Flora McPherson and Ralph Elrick managed basketball con- cessions. Homeroom representatives, hon- orary members and student volunteers sell at the games. hall guards Left to right: Ro Ferro, Sue Town, Marilyn Mathers, Herman Sluga. Two secretaries are assigned to the Student Council Reception Room each period. They take charge of articles for the lost and found, escort visitors around the school, and deliver messages for Winnie. Ro Ferro is responsible for the upkeep of the roomg Sue Town and Marilyn Mathers assign the secretaries. officers Seated, left to right: B. Peterson, I. Archbold, Seated: Sue Town, secretary. I. Whiteside, E. Creighton. Standing: Ray Grill, treasurerp Ted Monacelli, Standing, left to right: D. Freck, N. Wallaztz, M. Patmore, K. Griffin, B. Dirk. Nine hallguards are assigned each period to keep the halls clean, to see that students have hall passes, and to direct visitors. Jean Whiteside chooses the captains and the other guards from study halls and gives each of them a list of rules to follow in accordance with hall procedure. presidenty Moe Sugerman vice-president. Student Council, the governing body, was headed by Ted Monacelli, Morris Suger- man, Sue Town, and Ray Grill. These officers were elected by secret ballot last spring in an all school election. Bob Eiber was elected as treasurer by the council to fill the vacancy left by Ray Grill the second semester. Page Eighty seven hiY In troubled times such as these, it is good to have a code to live by, something to grasp mentally that will strengthen your stride along the paths of everyday living. The Euclid High School Hi-Y platform is such a code-a guid- ing influence to its members. The first plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Speech. A fel- low's speech usually betrays his inner life. "As a man thinks in his heart, so is he." The second plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Sportsman- ship because it means much in building up a boy into a man. Clean Sportsmanship develops courage, will-power, self-reliance, fair-play, team-work, and self-sacrifice. The fellow who plays clean in athletics will play clean in the game of life. The third plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Scholarship. No boy can get any lasting benefit for himself by any kind of cheat- ing. You may fool your teacher, but you can never fool yourself. The fourth plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Living. A man is made by his habits. "What you do speaks so loudly that I cn- not hear what you say." Thus does Hi-Y work to benefit boys. -Pele Wolf, Editor of the Survey The Hi-Y officers for the year 1951 were Ted Monacelli, presi- dent, Ronnie Potokar, vice-president, Wesley Wheaton, secretary, ard Howie Welch, treasurer. Page Eighty-eight The Hi-Y at Euclid was com- pletely reorganized this year. In pre- vious years each applicant for Hi-Y was voted upon by the members of the club, but this year it was decided to open Hi-Y to all boys in the school. A larger club resulted, necessitating the organization of five chapters. Each chapter elected its own officers and carried on its own projects, the entire club meet- ing only at the beginning of the evening and then the group break- ing up into chapters for more specialized meetings. hi Y Cavaliers A clothing drive and food for a needy family at Christmas time as Well as a speaker from the F.B.I. were the projects of the Cavaliers, sponsored by Mr. Ben- nett. lts officers were Dick Trebec, Chuck Sezon, Bill Nobbe, and Louie Knezevich. Knights The major project of the Knights chap- ter of Hi-Y, sponsored by Mr. Apple was the planning of a banquet held April 24 at Rondini's for the whole club. Pete Wolf, Ed Hoffert, Don Barry, and Mike Stefanchik were presi- dent, vice-president, secretary and treas- urer respectively. Counts A panel discussion, the sale of First and Tens at the tournament, and a visit to john Adams Hi-Y were the events spon- sored by the Counts under the leadership of Ralph Elrick, Sam Perry, Bob Dill, and Bob Eiber. Mr. Galicki filled the vacancy left by the retirement of Mr. Stubbart as sponsor. Lords Mr. John Kuhfahl, assistant director of the Y.M.C.A. in Euclid, helped the Lords as Well as the whole Hi-Y in their Work. Led by John Byrum, Larry Thomas, Dan Wawrzyniak, and jim Stokes, the Lords had a paper sale on March 17th to raise money and sponsored a dance at the 200th Street project, open to the public. Squires Clark Hofmann, Fred Martin, Al De- Simone, and Ray Timco, officers of the Squires, with the aid of Dr. Erickson, sponsor, and the other members of the chapter, held a clothing drive, a dance, and sawed wood as a money mak- ing project. Y-feens Y-Teen Cabinet Seated, left to right: G. Enzerich, C. Crouse, P. Toth, I. Wfhiteside. Service, educational and recreational meetings comprised the year's Y-Teen program. Two service meetings were planned for each class, while recreational activities vary from parties to the Hi-Y Friendship Christmas Formal, The style show and a speaker from the F.B.I. were two of the most enjoyed educa- tional meetings. The election of officers is held in May so that the new officers have an opportunity to attend the summer district and state conferences. Standing, left to right I Archhold I Perlioni N. Yeary, C. Welling Senior Y-Teen Row 1, left to right: I. Whiteside, P. Toth, G. Emerich, N. Yeary. Row 2, left to right: A. Cook, R. Stuher, A. Tarantino, D. Page, I. Pegnoli, I. Codl- ing, A. Toward, E. Vah, .M. Crowther, D. jameson, AI. Paz, M. Golinar, I. Ierahek. Row 3, left to right: D. Verhecky, B. Vidusich, L. Wilhelm, D. Funk, N. jordan, M. Zaletel, N. Wallaztz, I. Hopp, L. Radio, .M. jones, J. Stinson, S. Town. Row 4, left to right: M. Hillier, D. Mahn, D. Paelchen, P. Rodgers, E. N eumeister, H. Krause, B. Pollack, L. Richardson, I. Finke, M. Richter, S. Shields, P. Cooney. Row 5, left to right: M. Kearney, V. Crickon, F. Powell, V. Struna, K. McGary, Ii 1LIzrGary, D. Tarasco, V. Palsa, P. Maher, B. Peterson, G. Evans, A. Mezzacappa, . 417. Row 6, left to right: F. Kozlowski, D. Mihelick, E. Kuhik, C. Becvar, P. Alexander, B. Key, 1. Meglan, I. Steffan, I. Butler, G. Volney, J. Ioancic, R. Nulick, F. McPherson. Row 7, left to right: K. Griffin, E. Beetham, S. Staples, M. Patmore, B. Dahn, E. Timoney, M. Kusar, J. Gibbs, I. Finke, B. Weist, A. Kovach, M. DeWeese, C. Koppich, E. Perat. Junlor Y'Teen'Row 1, left to right: N. Colhow, I. Luileart, G. Uhry, L. Osberg, K. Shirilla, I. Mapes, D. Kooach, P. Hurley, G. Stahre, R. Mannion, P. McNellan. Row 2, left to right: L. Payne, D. McZuga, N. Rolinson, R. Ferro, M. Geddes, G. Glenn, B. Carano, I. Ahey, E. Bozell, I. Bosco, C. Vanek, M. Rini. Row 3, left to right: P. Lynch, E. Marchion, B. Langer, C. Hartzell, P. Nagy, C. Sobrocco, J. Perlioni, N. Offfk neer, M. Brown, E. Repicky, E. Kalberer, C. Rouse, S. Dadlow. Row 4, left to right: V. Brazil, D. DiSantis, M. H olfelder, C. Shepard, M. Dowis, S. Boyle, R. Baus, P. Miller, B. Kirk, I. Wolfenberg, G. Emerich, B. Lash, I. Coski, D. Holzmer. Row 5, left to right: A. Browning, D. Ford, A. Aitken, C. Ianke, C. Stuzen, I. Archbold, C. Welling, P. Miklus, I. Richman, R. Lausche, K. Moschell, R. Schmidt, M. Hale. Row 6, left to right: L. Bruck, M. Hazzard, I. Blanc, D. Kling, S. Saletal, NI. Infanlolino, ZVI. Frech, D. Andrucci, N. Zupancic, 1. Wohland, M. Miskerich, I. Aldred, A. Lokar, C. Wishes. Sophomore Y'Teen-' Row 1, left to right: A. Miller, I. Bales, S. Balint, M. Zaler, B. Stevens, S. Mag- nusson, A. Corlette, M. Worley, S. Friedman, C. Janke, V. 0'Connor, S. Williams, G. Turk. Row 2, left to right: R. Wilk, P. Schrewshury, S. Wetric, M. Goers, A. Cook, E. Rose, C. Bernadini, I. Outen, B. jevnicar, C. Garhartstein, S. Caruso, G. Scrohot, M. Hasinle, D. Hutton, A. Dilinger. Row 3, left to right: R. Friedel, M. Mihelich, G. DeNoewer, I. Kromer, E. Pavlina, R. Valencia, I. Hanson, Meyers, M. Hallack, S. Cormiea, C. Culter, I. Dinwodie, B. Jokela, F. Elrick, R. Mauer. I. Row 4, left to right: L. Demeter, M. Sabec, N. Sieher, M. Hoffert, P. Considine, E. Baldassarre, M. Fazzan, M. McLure, P. Rady, I. Yarhough, J. Percio, M. jerkis, I. Huddlestone. Row 5, left to right: S. Pringle, I. Kotnik, S. Irons, G. Meyers, A. Kelso, M. Muehl, P. Raney, B. Galensic, I. Long, N. Ford, D. Thompson, C. Wagner, C. Clampitt, D. David, E. Mannion. Row 6, left to right: L. Margo, I. Lynn, S. Parrill, P. Arnold, I. Johnston, S. Ball, B. Coren, C. Verhsley, A. Blassek, D. Delost, A. Lengel, K. Ingraham, E. Beltz, J. Bernier, K. Kreinheder, M. Ierkic. maioreffe club Y Row 1, left to right: P. Lynch, 1. Lindstrom, A. Browning. Row 2, left to right: L. Richardson, D. Funk, Mrs. Kramer, N. Moretti, R. Mannion. Row 3, left to right: C. Janke, G. Snyder, G. DeNoewer, M. Worley, M. LaMacclaia, B. Tiefenbacb. Row 4, left to right: A. Delinger, S. Caruso, N. Ford, E. Marchione, G. Stalare, P. McNellan, A. Melkerson. Row 5, left to right: S. Kollar, J. Dykes, C. Il'7agner, C. Clampitt, D. Thompson, B. Glinsek, I. Brew, M. Dowis. Row 6, left to right: C. janke, 1. Barney, B. Zales, P. Arnold, J. Woodruff, M. Stark, 1. Eynon. maiore'r'res Page Ninefy-+wo Row 1, left to right: K. Krause, I. Luikart, D. Funk, N. Moretti, I. Fertig, R. Manf nion, S. Verbsky. Row 2, left to right: R. Marcombe, F. Martincic, I. Lindstrom, S. Boyle, L. Richardson. megaphone club Row 1, left to right: R. Valencia, I. Dondrea, V. Palsa, R. Dugan, P. Maher, B. Peterson. Row 2, left to right: R. Ferro, I. Clayton, B. David, C. Stuzen, E. Repicky, C. H artzell. Row 3, left to right: S. lVettrick, S. Parrill, B. Zales, L. Demeter, M. Libby, A. Simonic, I. Kromar. Row 4, left to right: B. Stevens, C. Cutler, L. Payne, M. Mihelich. cheerleaders Euclid High's 1951 cheerleaders were captained by Babs Peterson with two other seniors, Pat Maher and Vernie Palsa, and three juniors, ,Ioan Dondrea, Rita Dugan and Rosie Valencia, on the squad. Page Ninefy-Jrhree senior acfivify Row 1, left to rigbt: I. Stinson, M. Patmore, L. Wilhelm, N. Moretti, M. Leonardi, 1. Ander- son, E. Neumeister. Row 2, left to right: T. Sterling, P. Rogers, P. Vandal, B. Eiber, C. Crouse, M. Replogle, . 8 .fechnicans club Row Row Row Row G. Page Ninefy-four 1, left to rigbt: E. Orlando, K. Mosclaell, Mr. Gebbart, I. Ierabek, H. Wittlinger. 2, left to right: B. Case, R. Fitzgerald, F. Toplak, I. Stinson, I. Gaylor. 3, left to right: D. Winter, M. MeVeen, B. Waid, A. Iolanson, R. Taylor, I. Grey. 4, left to right: W. Gollwitzer, B. Green, N. Petrik, R. Zanzig, F. Brancely, D. Malaga, Zanzig. movie club Row Row Row Row D. 1, left to right: W. Scbudel, T. Mason, B. Blinn, Mr. Bailey. 2, left to right: S. Balint, E. Sherrill, M. Crowtber, P. McNellan, G. Stare. 3, left to right: P. Slarewsberry, D. Broos, E. Bozell, I. Meglan, I. Bosco, 1. Finke. ilglleft to right: C. Malm, D. Gress, I. Majoros, L. Woodford, R. Weber, B. Messersmitb, ang. sfage crew Left to right: B. Flynn, N. Eighmy, E. Kramer, J. Russ, I. Gaylor, Mr. Case, W. Mapes, D. Walsh, D. Iustis, T. Becbemer, D. West, K. Miller. Page Ninefy-five acl club Row Row Row V. Row 1, left to right: A. Sowden, B. Eiber, N. Moretti, Mr. Spangler. 2, left to right: N. Yeary, A. Melkerson, B. Tiefenbacb, W. Fortner, C. Bates. 3, left to right: L. Weiss, S. Marrlorf, A. Simonic, D. Leske, E. Repicky, Pierce. 4, left to right: D. Colantino, D. lVawrzyniak, R. Cameron, M. Tencb, J. Pas- sesallo, J. Woodruff, I. Carr, M. Koletic. Row 5, left to right: R. Kappelle, F. Sclazzle, R. Mansperger, R. Tiffany, 1. Ander- fufure Teachers Page Ninefy-six Row Row G. Row A. Row V. 1, left to right: S. Town, A. Browning, 1. Carr, N. Moretti, Miss Campbell. 2, left to right: B. jevnicar, D. Wiseman, B. Cartwright, A. Toward, D. Page, Ubry, I. Dondrea. 3, left to right: P. Lynch, 1. McDermott, J. Coski, M. Hillier, A. Balint, Sowden, N. Wallaaz, R. Lausclae. 4, left to right: D. Barrett, B. Bebnke, R. Pae, R. Walensa, I. Anderson, Menill, G. Volney, P. Alexander. social clubs Flower Club Members of Mr. Smith's Flower Club visited local greenhouses to gain new ideas and methods which may be applied to the growing and exhibiting of their plants. Each fall the club sponsors a flower show and awards prizes for winning entries. Camera Club In a single semester, even an inexperi- enced photographer can learn proper exposure, distance judgement, choice of subject matter, posing, development, and printing of pictures, by joining the camera club. Under Mr. Thompson's sponsorship, club members find that events such as school dances afford an excellent oppor- tunity to gain experience. Cribbage Club Cribbage is one of the more complicated card games which may be played during leisure time. Mr. Galicki quite often joins a group to make a "second" or a "f0urth.D Dancing Club During the first semester the members of Mrs. Kluterjs and Mr. Bennett's Danc- ing Club receive professional instruction from Arthur Murray teachers. The second semester is devoted to perfecting the new dance steps. Nleedlework Club The beautiful hand-worked creations made by the girls in the Needlework Club, under Miss Aingworth's supervision should grace any home-or hope chest. social clubs Ukelele Club Mrs. Heintz instructs budding Arthur Godfreys in the popular art of ukelele strumming. Each member must own his own nuke". During a meeting there are as many kinds of ukes as club members. Ceramics Club The Ceramics Club utilizes all the crea- tive ability its members possess. Mr. Voll- man is always on hand to give assistance and to see that the new kilns and other equipment are used properly. unior Red Cross The school chapter of the junior Red Cross, sponsored by Miss Lemon, pre- pares its members to render aid during emergencies. Typical of their many service projects is the making of party hats and other favors for the children's hospitals. Gem Hunters Mr. Stubbart originated the Gem Hunters Club to acquaint boys with the common semi-precious stones, their use, and loca- tion. Many of the boys have learned to cut and mount their stones. Chess Club Most of the thirty members of the Chess Club have long known how to play this complicated game, joining simply as a means of meeting others who share their enthusiasm for the "sport of Kingsf' social clubs Ping-Pong Club Amateurs and aspiring pros are equally welcome to join the Ping-Pong Club. Mr. Apple is always on hand to teach the beginners and to challenge the old timers. Modeling Club Many prominent local models appear before the girls of Miss Gillman's Model- ing Club to give them practical but beau- tifying hints about clothes, posture, poise, and grooming. P.A. Announcers Club Whether announcing is just fun or a future ambition, the P.A. Announcers gain invaluable information about diction, inflection, and general voice improvement from their sponsor, Mr. Robuck. Singing For Fun l Miss Tompkins Singing For Fun Club gives singing enthusiasts, who because of crowded schedules are unable to attend any regular choir, a chance to "sing for fun" once each week. Members of this group often participate in productions such as the Christmas Concert. Canasta Club Canasta has become such a national and local favorite that Miss Darst and Miss Berg both sponsor sections of this popu- lar club. social clubs World Affairs Club The Wforld Affairs Club, which is a chap- ter of the jr. Council of World Affairs, was organized by Mrs. Stewart to pro- mote better understanding of foreign and international affairs among our high school students. joan Hopp, because of her many years of service, was awarded the opportunity to represent our chap- ter in New York. Publications Club The Publications Club, with the help of Mr. Angene, laid rough plans for a school magazine and edited poems, essays and stories for publications and contests. Science Club Students who are intensely interested in science meet with Mr. Gebhart each week to report on the newest scientific developments and discuss new theories and laws. They inquire about scholarships and contests and often participate in them. Knitting Club Argyles and mittens and even an occa- sional sweater are knitted by the girls in Mrs. Barrows' Knitting Club. The girls quite often get so engrossed in their knitting that they work on it between classes, and a few confess that they don't always hear the bell. Round Table Club Current events and policies of local, national, and international significance are debated informally during round table meetings. Mr. Whiteside is responsible for maintaining order, which, when dis- cussions become heated, is quite a task. If 0 H DfUmGflCS x iunior play r cgmofner Mlm .14 jrednman v The junior class, under the able direction of Lester Angene, presented their annual play, "Mother Was A Freshman," a hilarious farce built around college life, on November 17 and 18. Mother, Janice Lindstrom, was the comely co-ed who attracted more than usual interest from hand- some Professor Michaels, played by Tom Paskins. John Gottschling as Bobo, won the hearts of Susan, jane Lowell, and the audience alike. The hard-working production staff, headed by Ann Browning, managed all the technical aspects of the play, and gave the class a much needed boost in the financing of the junior-Senior Prom. Janice Limlstrom is the center of all masculine attention in this scene fr the junior class play, "Mother is a Freshman." 2 Q Ky left to right: M. Holfelder, 1. Covert, B. Skully, C. Shepard, E.Bozell, B. Mansperger, J. Gottxchling, I. Lowell, I. Lin T. Pasleins, E. Repicky, N. Offineer, G. Ubry, G. Taylor, A. Sowden. Page One hundred and Two Y a Q ar 5 2 B in 2 a ! 0tA2l' 'Wad .A v JR. PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF Ist Row, l. to r.-D. Disantis, F. Schule, A. Lokar, S. Mardorf, J. Wohland, I. Woodruff, A. Browning. 2nd Row-S. Balint, B. Tiefenhaah, C. Vanek, D. McZuga, P. Lynch, K. Shirilla. 3rd Row-M. Reilly, M. Rini, N. Yeary, B. Hall, I. Perlioni, R. Baus, R. Ferro 4th Row-I. Wolfenberg, B. Kirk, N. Zupancic, N. Seaman, C. Rouse, I. Archbold, C. Welling, G. Emerich, A. Sowden. 5th Row-D. Kling, C. Ianke, J. Blanc, D. Cameron, L. Weiss, V. Mennill, K. Smith, C. Kazar, J. Richman, C. Swackhammer. CAST Familiar to everyone who has ever attended a play M Ab. .Z Abb J ' L, d rehearsal is the substitution of chairs for furniture. rs. igai ott .......,....,,...,. anice in Strom Susan Abbott ..,. . .,........ .,..... . . .... Jane Iowell Mrs. Miller ......,. ,........... , Estell Bozell S lvia ..........,.. .,,... . Nancy Offineer 3' Bunny .,....., H elen, ,..,,. Carrie ,...... Clara, ..,..,.. Marge ,..,,. Boho. ,,.,,.., lack ,........ Howie ...,,..,,,,.. . .,.. Bill , ,.....,........,..,....,....., Claire Shepard Mary Holfelcler Alyce Sowden Elaine Repicky Gretchen Uhry john Gorrschling .,,..,,,-.....Iohn Covert Blase Skully .,-.-....-..,-.,Richard Taylor Dean Gillingham ..,... ,..,..... R oberr Mansperger Professor Michaels ................,...,,.,..... Tom Paskins 'lk ll? fl? PRODUCTION STAFF CHAIRMEN Manager of Ticket Sales ......,,.r,.... .Anne Browning Publicity. .....................,,,.,..,.. .... . ,, Arlene Lokar Reservations , ,,,..,,..,........,. - Properties .,..... Wartlrohe ,,.... Bookholtlers ..,. Sounel Effects ......,. Furniture ,.....,,,,,, Jeanne Wfohland ,-.--.--,janet Woodruff Shirley Maradorf iDorothV Maczuga lEdmund Kornraus ----..,..--.Richard Dostal Fred Schule senior play wan!-JAGCAEZ ,gun H SENIOR PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF-Row 1, left to right: P. Cooney, J. Stinson A. Taratino, P. Wolf, D. Barry, K. Braidic, F. McPherson, N. Willson. Row 2, left to right: P. Rodgers, L. Wilhelm, M. Richter, J. Codling, V. Palsa C. Reilly, B. Vidusieh, M. Paz, E. Creighton, A. Toward. Row 3, left to right: M. Hillier, P. Trebec, R. Nulick, C. Bewar, B. Bates, P. Alex ander, S. Shields, P. Toth, D. Funk, M. Replogle, J. Hopp. Row 4, left to right: R. Tiffany, J. Carr, M. Patmore, B. Key, E. Beetham, A. Rath S. Staples, B. Weist, C. Koppich, M. Jones, C. Crouse. Row 5, left to right: P. Wolff, D. Browning, J. Guip, B. Eynon, B. Walsh, H. Welch R. Timco, F. Kehn, L. Clayton, M. Stefanchik, B. Blinn, L. Thomas, H. Nagle. Sue Staples, Don Browning, and Pat Toth provided the wind, rain, and thunder offstage. Page One hundred and four PRODUCTION STAFF General Manager Publicity .,..... Properties .... Wardrobe .... Sound Effects . . . Reservations . . . Furniture . . . Tickets ...., Bookholders ..,. CHAIRMEN . , . ,..,. Don Browning ,..,..Pat Cooney , . . .Alice Tarantino , . . .Barbara Vidusich ........Sue Staples . . . , .Pete Wolf fDonBarry I Ken Braidic ,.......judy Stinson fMary Jane Hillier . . . 4 Flora McPherson l Cornelia Crouse Marilyn Mathers, an aspiring amateur detective, uses a very unprofessional method in capturing the murderer, Ronald Goodrich. cwCLI'l'l5A6lCLOK .yllfl 77 Patron ..... ........ R onald Goodrich Arbuthnot . . . ..... Herman Sluga Joyce Rogers . . . ..... Kay Griffin Mame Phillips .... .... J ean Whiteside Constable Small ................ Bill Uhl Belinda Pryde .......... Marilyn Mathers Commodore Lucius Towser . . .Ralph Elrick Gail Russell ................. Sue Town Alice Fisher . . . . .... Flora McPherson Mary Jane Hillier Dr. Russell . . . ........ Bill Libby Bill Phillips .....Ralph Weber Mr. Temple .... .... W esley Wheaton Mary Temple . . . .... Barbara Peterson Gilhooley .... ........ P hil Clark Fred Porter . . . ..... Bob Eiber Left to right: P. Clark, B. Uhl, S. Town, B. Libby, W. Wheaton, B. Peterson, R. Weber, M. Hillier, F. McPher- son, R. Goodrich, M. Mathers, I. Whiteside, R. Elrick, K. Griffin, H. Sluga, B. Eiber. Paqe One hundred and five speakers i Ist Row, left to right-A. Sowden, P. Wolf, S. Mardorf, R. Ferro. 2nd Row-A. Lolear, I. Lowell, R. Pae, I. 1Vloiteside, S. Town. The speech team, coached by Leonard Robuck Wadsworth Individual Events had 21 full and profitable schedule this year. Tournament re...........e..... ......,.,ee......, F ebruary 10 Oberlin Debate Clinic ...,.......,..,.....,,,, ,October 10 District Finals ----.---..--.-.---..... February 25 and 24 Stow Freshman Debate Tournamem.,,.December 2 March 10 Massillon All Events Tournament ,s,,,s, January 20 State Finals, ,s,,,,, ,,.,..,. , April 6 and 7 debate Ist Row, left to right-P. Wolf, M. Mathers, J. Hopp, B. Libby. 2nd Row-R. Pae, S. Williams, P. Lefferts, B. Former. ll 0 0 PUbIlCGflOflSn 'rhe euclidian Without the co-operation of the faculty and student body, a yearbook would be a nearly impossible task because of the constant picture taking, solicit- ing and data gathering involved. Their patience and understand- ing made this book possible. Both the Euclidian Editorial and Business staffs are sincerely grateful. Pat Cooney and Sally Shields direct a meeting of the slogan committee. Who could for-get posing for pic- tures in the boys' gym? Row 1, left to right: S. Town, M. Mathers, F. McPherson, Mr. Angene. Editorial Staff Row 2, left to right: A. Tarantino, A. Toward, A. Browning, N. Wallaxzz, M. H ol field, M. Brown, I. Pegnoli. Row 3, left to right: D. Jameson, P. Totb, B. Key, M. Hale, A. Rath, S. Stapl G. Simmons, S. Shields. l 6 Row 4, left to right: P. Cooney, R. Pae, M. Kaplan, B. Libby, P. Trebec, G. Volne Page One hundred and eight the eucliclian Business Staff Row 1, left to right: 1. Richman, M. Watkins, R. Grill, I. lvancic, Mr. Bennett. 2, left to right: N. Colhow, M. Paz, E. Creighton, D. Funk, C. Crouse, Row N. jordan, D. jameson, A. Tarantino, R. Stuher. Row 3, left to right: B. Vidusich, M. Replogle, P. Lynch, C. Becvar, G. Evans L. Richardxon, D. Waugh, C. Stark, S. Shields, R. Nulick, G. Uhry. Row 4, left to right: V. Brazil, M. Hillier, J. Blanc. P. Cooney, B. Key, P. Alexander, S. Staples, I. Steffen, P. Miklus, N. Zupancic, E. Kalherer. Row 5, left to right: J. VanOsdale, B. Spinnler, W. Gallo, J. Caldwell, R. Weher, R. Strah, R. Elrick, B. Uhl, A. Cross, L. Thomas, W. Wheaton, I M. Patmore. Mr. Angene and Mr. Bennett, the editorial and business advisors of the Euclidian confer on the budget. Marilyn Watkins "clinches" the sale of an ad to Ray Demshar. Editor Marilyn Mathers and associate editors Sue Town and Flora McPher- son look over the dummy. Page One hundred a 'rhe survey staffs Row 1, left to right: Mr. Graham, J. Wfhitexide, M. Sugerman, Mr. Apple. Row 2, left to right: B. Cate, B. Fortner, A. Tarantino, R. Stuber, P. Toth, 1. Sai . Pe noli. Rohn 3gleft to right: G. Evans, D. jameson, A. Toward, L. Wilhelm, B. Ievnika T. Sterling, I. Dinwoodie, M. IvlCCl1l1"6. Row 4, left to right: G. Volney, M. Crowther, M. Skiff, B. Kirk, I. Wolfenben S. Staples, E. Beetham, C. Welling, I. Hansen. , Row 5, left to right: P. Trehec, P. Cooney, R. Ferro, C. Hartzell, F. DeVit A. Vendeland, K. Smith, IV. Wheaton, R. Grill, R. Elriok. Jean Whiteside, business manager of Survey editor, Pete Wolf, checks t the Survey, along with many other paper as it comes off the press. members of the business staff, sold programs during the football and basketball seasons. The Survey, Euclid High's bi-monthly newspaper, is published and printed by the student body under the editorship of Pete Wolf. The combination of hard Work and originality which characterize this paper helped win an All American rating in the National Scholastic Press Association competition. Page One hundred and Ten h Music the euclid high school band The Euclid Senior High Band had no sooner assembled in September than they found themselves outdoors again-this time it was work, not play as they drilled for marching band. From then on it was drill, drill, drill as they prepared a new routine for each home and away game. The grand finale, which had been planned for the last game of the season, was reluctantly forgotten as the rain failed to slacken by half-time. At the climax of the football season, rehearsal for the popular production, Concert in Swing, started and later much time was spent in preparing for the district and state contests. Many of the instrumentalists participated in the Greater Cleveland Music Contest at Cleveland Heights on March 30 and 31. The semi- classical concert was given by the band on May 18. At this concert the year's best section of the band was chosen by Mir. Harper, director, with the aid of Mr. Clark and Mr. Mitchell. Marching for Decoration Day was one of the last major activities of the band of 1951. Page One hundred and 'twelve Row 1, left to right: T. Paskim, R. Schafer, J. Carney, B. Vigh B Went E Ka. berer, C. Welling, .M. Libby, K. Smith. Row 2, left to right: D. Allar, 1. Arclabold, G. Emerieh, C. Koppiclo, M Crowtbei H. Scblopp, E. Speed, B. jevnilear, D. Mansperger, G Rzxley M Broo M. Deluge, A. Reed, T. Kimes, M. Stefancloik. Row 3, left to right: D. Ross, D. Broz, J. johnson, I. Huddelstone B Kzrvlanei band Mr. Harper and his two assistants, Mr. Mitchell This trombone trio was one of the many and Mr. Clark, were kept busy planning special features of the band's "Concert an original show each week for the march- in Swing." ing band. I. Gabriel, A. Dauer, D. IVIacKay, G. Long, B. Bztshong, D. Morse, I. Johnson, J. Simmons, J. Norsic, B. Egensberger, T. Conkel, I. Morton, D. Christie, I. Krecic, H. Hershey. u 4, left to right: J. Petrofes, I.. Woodford, N. Vixler, M. Weir, T. Sabbath, . Kalin, F. Ham, Mr. Harper, P. Richards, T. C ostellano, I. jackson, R. Lapinskas, I. Mansperger, H. Sleith, Mr. Clark, A. Browning, R. Francisco, R. Knapp. Page One hundred and Jrhirfeen The euclid high school choir Though it was tiring, not one member of the A Cappella Choir regretted that the performances for the personnel of Tapco, the radio audiences of WHK and WSRS, and the commuters in the Cleveland Terminal were all scheduled for the same day - December 21. On December 20 at the Christmas Concert, Miss Jan Tompkins' choir appeared for the first time in the new robes so generously given to them by the Euclid Kiwanis. Not to be outdone by the band, the choir members who partici- pated in the vocal contest on February 24 won their share of "firsts" and "seconds," S The Spring Festival at Shaker Heights turned March 16 into a day full of fun, as members of the choirs of Lake Erie League schools met to swim, dance, eat, and of course-+sing. The dayls events were climaxed by an evening choral program with the com- A Cappela Choir Page One hundred and fourteen bined choirs singing four songs. Members of the A Cappella are: B. Behnke, D. Colantino, B. Duzinski, I. Stoke R. Timco, D. Van Scoder, W. Wheaton, D. De Genova, B. Dirk, F. Fahec, A. Fensk M. Hollyfield, D. Miller, B. Monnett, P. Rogers, P. Trebec, F. Ham, H. Hersheg M. Makman, M. Stefanchik, B. Carano, E. Creighton, C. Crouse, I. Dondre. M. Geddes, M. Guip, J. Ierabec, P. MeNellan, V. Palsa, R. Schmid, C. Schoenbeci I. Stroup, C. Swackhamer, R. Walensa, M. Watkins, M. Zaletel, R. Mannioa Aitken, I. Coski, G. Glenn, C. Hopes, S. johnson, K. Moschell, I. Pegnoi A. B. Pollack, M. Replogle, A. Sowden, A. Toward, S. Town, S. Verhsky. , Madrigals Choir Board of Directors Q y R. Shirk, S. Telisman. ?ow 2, left to I. Burns, M. Laughlin. Qow 3, left to M. Watkins, i W. Wheaton. Qow 4, left to ow 1, left to right: E. Creighton, C. Crouse, right: A. Aitken, A. Toward, Replogle, P. Breen, G. Mc- Seated, left to right: B. Carano, W. Wheaton, B. Behnke, R. Schmid, P. Rogers, C. Bates. Standing, left to right: P. McNellen, M. Wat- kins, A. Fenske, S. Perry, L. Knezevich, A. Aitken, E. Creighton. right: A. Fenske, R. Tiffany, R. Schmid, M. Makman, right: B. Behnke, P. Rogers, 1 B. Dirk, D. Nliller, D. DeGeno11a, P. Kuhik, W S. Perry. Y P Sophomore Choir f I. Bentley, M. Costello, J. Kantner, L. Knezevich, M. Miller, M. Paz, C. Peterson, S. Repasy, C. Watkins, S. Gardner, F. jirovec, B. Kane, P. Kuhik, R. Pae, D. Todd, C. Bates, E. Beltz, J. Brew, A. Brown, J. Burns, S. Butcke, S. Caruso, C. Dynes, R. Friedel, M. Goers, E. Heinrich, K. Ingraham, M. Ierkic, J. Kellam, G. Kibby, L. Margo, B. Matyazic, T. McKenzie, R. Shirk, S. Spangler, B. Stevens, E. Sutherland, S. Telisman, M. Skiff. Page One hundred and fifieen orchestra Row 1, left to right: D. Miller, R. Makman, B. Weixt, E. Kalberer, H. Scblopp, R. Mamperger. Row 2, left to rights R. Lauscbe, M. Holfelder, D. Plesnicar, J. Johnson, D. Allar j. Carney, M. Crowther, G. Stabre S. Carroll. Row 3, left to right: D. Mansperger, I. McDermott, H. Welch, D. Morxe, I. jolmf son, P. Richards. Standing, left to right: R. Knapp, T. Castellano, Mr. Harper, F. Podnar, H. Sleitb, I. Whiteside, G. Uhry. music masters , wmmmdumnu The Music Masters, composed entirely of high school students, is an out- standing dance band, continually in demand for dances in Euclid and neighboring communities alike. One of their regular jobs is the Casbah, the youth canteen. Even though they are a professional band, they often play for school programs such as Gala Night and the Concert in Swing. Page One hundred and sixteen 7 Band Board of Directors Choir Accompanists Sfffffdf leff to Wgbt: F' Mcphermn' C' Well' Maynard Makman and Harry Hershey are the mg' G' Emerwb' S' Verbsky' very capable accompanists of the choir. Slfmdingr left lv figbff M- Sfefanfhikr K- Smith, Together they have spent a total of 20 years f- Byfllmr H- Welch, 1- 105115019 T- playing for their own as well as the puh- Mwwfelli- lids enjoyment. marching band At the conclusion of each performance on thefield, the Marching Band goes into one of its standard formations, a hig, E, for the playingof the alma mater. Page One hundred and sevenfeen musicians of n Er rw F ...ff ?ag One h d iand e ghfeen Girl's Sporfs girI's leaders club Loose straight hair and pale faces can mean only one thing. Girls' Leaders Club is holding its annual initiation of members. All senior and junior girls are eligible to apply for mem- bership. The applicants, rated by three subject teachers on the basis of scholarship, leadership, initiative, dependa- bility, and athletic ability, are then screened by the present G.L.C. members. The final selection is made by Miss Gill, sponsor. The job of the leaders is to aid the physical education teachers by refereeing games, taking care of equipment and demonstrating proper techniques. Any girl desirous of entering the physical education field certainly gains valuable experience through membership in G.I..C. To earn a G.A.A. letter is one of the foremost desires of all Euclid girls. For three years each G.A.A. member strives to earn enough points for a letter and perhaps if she takes part in every possible athletic activity, she will pg reach her goal. Because of the difficulty in accumulating the required points, only a limited number of girls receive the award. Points may be earned not only through intramurals such as volleyball and baseball, and individual sports such as roller skating and bowling, but also by playing hockey as a member of the only interscholastic sport for Euclid girls. Row 1, left to right: .M. Hillier, J. MtDermott, K. Krohme, Miss Gill. Row 2, left to right: A. Cook, I. Donnlrezz, I. Pegnoli, K. Shirilla, F. McPherson, N. Moretti, E. Creighton. Row 3, left to right: M. Mathers, N. Wallauz, A. Mauser, S. johnson, P. Nagy B. Hall, M. Hale, D. Funk. Row 4, left to right: P. Toth, S. Mardorf, I. Wohland, I. Whiteside, R. Walensa S. Town, A. Toward. Row 5, left to right: L. Richardson, K. Griffin, P. Cooney, A. Lolear, C. Stark, E. Kztlberer. Page One hundred and 'twenty 2 1 a. a. advisory board I w Seated, left to right: C. Reilly, A. Mauser, G. Volney, F. McPherson, A. Browning, A. C ook. Standing, left to right: A. Lokar, j. Wobland, M. Reilly, M. Gray, D. Funk, R. Walensa, .M. Hale, B. Hall. . I. c. in ac'rion Page One hundred and 'rwenry-one . a. a. seniors Row 1, left to right: A. Mauser, F. McPherson, G. Volney, A. Browning, Miss Gill. Row 2, left to right. A. Cook, I. Codling, A. Toward, D. Auer, M. Crowther. M. Paz, D. Jameson. Row 3, left to right: A. Tarantino, I. Langa, I. Pegnoli, M. Mathers, L. Wilhelm, E. Creighton, C. Crouse, M. Replogle. Row 4, left to right. N. Moretti, D. Funk, P. Toth, N. jordan, N. Wallazzz, M. Zatetel, N. Follis, M. Hollyfield, S. Shields. Row 5 left to right.' R. Tiffany, I. Steffan, R. Nulfcle, S. Town, M. Hillier, J. McDermott, I. Whiteside, P. Cooney, C. Becvar, B. Key, B. Vidusick. Row 6, left to right: C. Koppich, D. Milhelich, F. Kozlowski, K. Griffin, P. Alexander, I. Stroup, M. Gray, I. Meglan, P. Trehec, S. Staples, M. Patmore. o o . a. a. lunlors Row 1, left to right: A. Mauser, F. McPherson, G. Volney, A. Browning, Miss Gill. Row 2, left to right. S. Balint, 1. Lztikart, R. Carabotta, I. Dondrea, R. Dugan, G. Uhry, I. Mapes. Row 3, left to right: D. Konach, L. Osberg, K. Shirilla, A. Chistoff, A. Melkerson, N. Yeary, P. Lynch, P. Hurley. Row 4, left to right. M. Rini, E. Bozell, G. Hocevar, N. Szabo, C. Hartzell, A. Simonic, B. Hall, P. Nagy, D. Clayton, I. Perilione. Row 5, left to right: C. Stuzen, M. Dowis, 1. Ahey, E. Marchione, B. Langer, K. Krohme, M. Geddes, V. Brazil, I. Coski, D. Holzmer, C. Shepard. Row 6, left to right: G. Emerich, C. Welling, I. Archhold, S. Mafaoff, S. johnson, P. Miller, A. Aitken, C. Ianke, E. Kalherer, I. Lindstrom, J. Lowell, M. Hale. Row 7 left to right: L. Brucle, C. Stark, P. Nagy, D. Kling, N. Zupaneie, R. Schmidt, M. Miskerich, T. Wohland, I. Aldred, R. Sill, R. Walensa, I. Woodruff, I. Trommetter, C. Wishes. . a. a. sophomores Row 1, left to right: A. Mauser, F. McPherson, G. Volney, A. Browning, Miss Gill. Row 2, left to right: M. Zahler, B. Stevens, I. Eynon, XVI. Mihelich, I. Bales, A. Balint, NI. Colwill, A. Aliller, S. Friedman, A. Delinger. Row 3, left to right: G. Turla, S. Caruso, L. Sarnsa, J. Meyers, G. Slerohat, C. Bernadine, P. Shrewsbury, S. Wetta-ich, R. Couk, K. Peck. Row 4, left to right: D. Hutton, R. Wilk, P. Sullivan, M. Sahec, N. Sieher, C. Culter, S. Irons, I. Burns, A. Kelso, G. Kihhy. Row 5, left to right: B. Hazen, B. Guiffre, B. Iokela, I. Farry, J. Ewell, C. Gerhardstein, M. Skiff, S. Sladek, C. Scheer er, P. Considine, S. Beldin, M. Goers. Row 6, left to right: M. Hoffert, S. Spangler, I. Kotnik, M. Lihhy,R. Friedel, M. Muehl, L. Demeter, S. Kollar, C. Clam- pitt, C. Wagner, P. Arnold, O. Duval, P. Rady. Row 7, left to right: 1. Huddlestone, K. Ingraham, V. Eisler, B. Glinsek, S. Pringle, B. Corron, S. Carroll, C. Dynes, I. Bernier, D. Kotz, A. Lengel, P. Raney, 1. Long, D. Thompson, M. Kline. .a. a. cadeiies E Row 1, left to right: B. Key, M. Replogle, G. Emerich. Row 2, left to right: C. Beadle, R. Schmid, B. Vidusich I. Huddlestone, A. Kelso, C. Shepard, Mrs. Shepard. Row 3, left to right: I. Mapes, M. Mihelieh, A. Melker: son, M. Geddes, S. Spangler, S. Magnusson. Row 4, left to right: L. Kemter, S. Carroll, C. janke, C. Culter, G. Blanchfield, G. Evans, C. Kazar, S. Staples, E. Kubic. Row 5, left to right: D. Auer, N. Follis, B. Dahn, M. Koletic, B. Langer, A. Sowden. Row 6, left to right: A. Browning, A. Aitken, I. Lindstrom, R. Friedel, I. Lowell, V. Crickon, M. Libby, I. Wfoodruff. girls' hockey 'ream Row 1, left to right: F. McPherson, P. Toth, Captaing S. johnson. Row 2, left to right: G. Ubry, A. Towarrl, P. Cooney, D. Holzmer, P. Trebec, A. Simonic, A. Laker, A. Browning, B. Hall, K. Krobme, M. Paz, A. Cook. The swim cadettes assist Mrs. Kluder, the swimming teacher, in her tremendous task of teaching different swimming strokes to the girls. They study life-saving one period each week, and are con- stantly trying to improve their own swimming ability. A rigid skill test must be passed before any girl can be considered for membership. Page One hundred and twenty-four f"t:'V4'7317k13' Lz.w..Ym.:' gpnw Here is a typical swimming class in Euclid Higlaiv beautiful pool XX Captfun Ronnfe Potokar Bob Bebnke Dick Sweet john Guip Norton Boston Fred .Martin Andy Dorfelzl Stan Inlilaar Kenny Redlin Al De.S'imone Bob Setron Al Cross Wes Wheaton Moe Sugerman Ricky Payne Chuck Starman Sam Perry Tony Bechemer jim Nimmo Tom Mason John Ohnemu: m larry Thomas football Team Row 1, left to right: A. Dorfeld, B. Behnke, L. Zupanic, R. Paine, R. Potokar, K. Redlin, C. Crawford, K. Anzells, L. Omerza. Row 2, left to right: N. Boston, T. Mason, R. Sweet, S. Intihar, T. Bechmer, J. Ohnemux, N. Simmons, D. Grevex, J. Nimmo, B. Schneider. Row 3, left to right: Mr. Calvert, C. Starman, A. DeSimone, A. Cross, B. Setron, S. Perry, F. Martin, W. Wheaton, L. Thomas, F. DeVito, F. Garafolo, Mr. DiBia:io. With only 4 lettermen returning for the 1950 football squad, the outlook was far from bright to Coach Sparky DiBiaso and his assistants Clarence Eckert, jim Calvert, and Bob Lewis. The team, however, not to be outdone by the 1949 squad, turned in a com- mendable performance of 5 wins and 3 losses. Showing a fighting spirit, Euclid sounded a challenge by rout- ing Ashtabula, her first opponent of the season as Ron Potokar took the ball 54 yards to the 3 yard line on the first play. Back home for the initial game in the new stadium, the Panthers met their first Lake Erie League opponents, Shaker Heights. Bob Setron threw 2 touchdown passes to Stan Intihar ro defeat Shaker 13 to 12. journeying to Shaw, the Panthers bowed to a spirited and powerful Cardinal team, thus suffering their first defeat of the season. The following week a scrappy Canton team pushed over a win when the "blue and gold" missed several scoring opportunities on long passes. Unleasing their power at Cuyahoga Falls, Ken Redlin, with much team aid, ran the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown. Through a powerful ground and aerial attack, Euclid trounced Parma at our first Homecoming Game. The new stadium was formally dedicated, officially making us members of the Lake Erie League. To avenge last year's defeat, with 5 minutes to go and the score University 13, Euclid 0, Ronnie Potokar threw 2 touch- down passes to Stan Intihar and Stan placed 2 perfect kicks to win the game. Rain, mud, cold-and Toledo's big men dropped Euclid to close the Panther's 1950 football season. Page One hundred and fw -eight 1-1 ---7--7-7 football Faculty Athletic Manager Retires it The familiar figure of Mr. Harry Spangler will be missing from the athletic scene next year. At the termi- nation of the 1951 season, his retire- ment from the position of faculty athletic manager became effective. For years he had been athletic director at Shore and was the logical choice for faculty athletic manager at Euclid High. To assist him in the sale of tickets and the managing of games, Ad Club was organized. Few people realize the time required in establish- ing and maintaining the efficient, co-ordinated working system that Mr. Spangler created in the Ad Club. Giving up his job as faculty athletic manager does not mean leaving Euclid High, for Mr. Spangler will continue his teaching duties here, Mr. Anthony Vaccariello, who was a coach at Shore and who has always been interested in high school athletics, has been appointed to succeed Mr. Spangler. SEASON'S RECORD Opponents Euclid 6 Ashtabula ......... 20 12 Shaker Heights ..... 13 34 Shaw ............. 6 14 Canton Lehman .... 7 14 Cuyahoga Falls ..... 18 6 Parma ............ 46 13 University ........ 14 25 Toledo DeVilbiss . . . 12 Page One hundred and fweniy nine Page baskefball and +l'xir+y Captain Frank Kehn Ed. Finnegan Ed. Hofferr Stan Intihar Dick Paugh Louie Zupanic Don Mahne Larry Woodford Don Kollar Jim Nimmo Ed. Ebel Dennis DiCenzo Tony Bechemer season's record Ours Theirs Lorain ...... Ashland ..... Akron Garfield Shaw ....... Cleveland Hts. Lakewood . . . Shaker Hts. .. University . . . Elyria ....... Canton Lehman Garfield Hts. . Cleveland Hts. Alumni ..... Lorain ..... Lakewood . . Elyria ..... Warren .... Shaker Hts. .. Shaw ....... District Tournament Willoughby .. Cathedral Latin Cleveland Hts. . Collinwood . . Kent Regional Barberton .... varsity baskelball Row 1, left to right: S. Intilaar, E. Hoffert, F. Kelan, D. Malone, E. Ebel, N. Boston. Row 2, left to right: T. Becbemer, D. Paugla, K. Smith, L. Woodford, F. DeVito, D. Koller, Mr. Calvert. Row 3, left to right: B. Mesrersmitla, T. Mason, E. Crooks, J. Nimmo, D. DiCenzo, E. Finnegan. Though the Panthers ended in a third place tie with Elyria in their first year in the Lake Erie League, the Calvertman gave all the league schools very keen competition. The hoopsters won 7 of their scheduled league games and 4 of the 7 independent games having a total of ll wins and 8 losses for the regular season. Euclid, however, did not show its real spirit and speed until the tournament. In their first tourney game they trounced Willoughby 67 to 27. Cathedral Latin was the next victim to fall into the Panther's clutches, losing by the score of 52 to 50. Then as the underdog, having been overpowered in two league games by Cleveland Heights, the Panthers played a magnificent game to edge out the Tigers 49 to 48 in an overtime period to remain one of the sixteen teams bidding for the state championship. Sailing was a little easier in the next and final district tourney game. Euclid defeated the neighboring Collinwood Railroaders 59 to 35 to win the district championship. Each player on the cham- pionship team received a medal while a trophy was presented to the school. Don Kollar, voted most valuable player of the tournament by all the tourney coaches, was awarded the Ford Case Trophy. A week later Euclid traveled to Kent for the Re- gional Tournament. Though their opponent, the Barberton Magics, was a strong favorite, the Panthers held their own the first half, but with the loss of Stan Intihar in the second half, Euclid lost control of the backboard and the game. The final score was 55 to 38. Captain Frank Kehn and Coach Calvert discuss team strategy. Page One hundred and 'thirty-fwo iunior varsify basketball The junior Varsity Basketball team of Euclid were the champions of the junior Lake Erie League in their first year of competition. Winning fifteen straight games and losing only one game of eighteen shows the ability and spirit of the boys. The team averaged fifty-five points per game while their opponents averaged thirty-four points. season's record Euclid Euclid 64 ..... . . . Ashland 57 45 ..... .. Lorain 55 Euclid 49 ..... ..,.... A kron 51 Euclid 61 Euclid 45 Euclid Euclid Euclid 54 ..... ...... U niversity 50 Euclid 67 ' Euclid 65 ........ Canton Lehman 21 Shaw 42 ..........Cleve. Heights 28 .............Lakewood 56 Shaker Heights 54 55 64 ........Elyr1a56 Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Mr. Calvert bead basketball coach, as well as tbe entire team and student body, was 'very proud of Don Kollar, voted the most valuable player of the tournament, by the tourney coaches. . . . . , . Garfield Heights 26 ...... . .. Cleve. Heights 52 46 Lorain Lakewood 52 ...,......Elyria20 Warren 28 55 Shaker Heights Shaw 47 Row 1, left to right: K. Brockman, K. Simx, E. Hinkle, V. Cappella, K. Joranleo, Mr. DiBiasio, Mr. Supance. Raw 2, left to right: M. Cooper, D. Vicic, K. Anzells, F. Nimmo, B. Cole, B. Ebel, F. Phillips. Row 3, left to rigbt: F. Clevenger, I. Pascal, B. Morgan, P. Borovic, D. Vencil, W. Corta. Row 4, left to right: E. Cregle, D. Dulskis, M. Bann, I. Salesman, B. Sanders, V. Mennill. Page One hundred and rhiriy 'three runner-up in The sfafe T. Gietano D. H uertel M. McDermott I. Malack B. Vigh R. Carson E. Paz B. Nobbe I. Silverman W. Wheaton F. Garafolo D. Zgonc wrestling Larry Thomas, Don Barry, and Fred Martin are the only three seniors leaving the first squad of the wrestling team this year. Wrestling Record Opponent Euclid 8 Western Reserve Academy .... . . . 27 18 Shaker Heights ........... . . . 21 20 John Marshall . . . . . . 18 14 West Tech . .. ... 18 7 JohnHay .. 25 0 Benedictine . . . . . . 38 12 University .... . . . 24 14 Lakewood .... . . . 16 15 John Adams .... . . . 20 20 West High ...... . . . 14 13 Garfield Heights .................... 24 Row 1, left to right: M. Paz, M. Tencb, T. Gietano, G. Mlacbak. Row 2, left to right: Mr. Eckert, D. Barry, B. Vigb, B. Nobbe, F. Martin D Brennan Row 3, left to right: L. Thomas, B. Gilmore, W. Wheaton, I. Huertel R Pbzllzps D. Zgonic. Row 4, left to right: I. Silverman, J. Bernstein, R. McDermott R Carson F. Garafalo. boy's leaders Row 1, left to right: C. Lays, Mr. Swaclehammer, R. Potokar. Row 2, left to right: T. Gietano, W. Wheaton, A. Di.S'omone, E. Hinkel, G. Shepard, R. Messerssmith. Row 3, left to right: R. joranko, L. Thomas, I. Cald- well, E. Hoffert, B. Behnke, K. Whitlow. Row 4, left to right: I. Gulp, K. Redlin, J. Byrum, R. Paine, T. Kerr, C. Hofman. Row 5, left to right: D. Barry, A. Croxs, B. Nohhe, D. Kollar, T. Bechemer, H. Welch, M. Sugerman. golf Team Row 1, left to right: B. Mye1'x, M. Racecic, G. Byrne. Row 2, left to right: D. DiCenzo, I. Penkala, Mr. Blackburn, L. Zupanic, B. Kappelle. swimming leaders Row 1, left to right: C. Hanks, R. Newman, C . Lauhler, 1. Caldwell. Row 2, left to right: I. Taigo, W. Nido, R. Eiher, R. Aleos, I. Vaughn, I. Sall. Row 3, left to right: R. Sweet, T. Carney, F. Clevenger, I. Turner, D. Greve, I. Byrum, E. Ehel, D. Browning, D. Visio. Row 4, left to right: C. Starman, A. Cross, M. Sugerman, G. Shepard, W. Wheaton, I. Atwood, C. Stapp. Tennis Team Row 1, left to right: S. Gardner, A. Dower, D. Austin, D. Smith. Raw 2, left to right: Mr. Troglia, B. Kane, D. Maleman, A. Reed, F. Delaney. Page One hundred and Hwiriy -seven swimming 'ream Row 1, left to right: D. Browning, 1. Byrum, B. Heeter, A. Cross. Row 2, left to right: D. Winte1'x, B. H orner, F. Sclaule, R. Scbmelzer, D. N ewman, D. Nagode, G. Gundling. Row 3, left to riglal: Mr. Gramm, J. Craig, M. Krecic, F. Miller, D. Whiteside, F. Kidd, F. Molnar. Dick Newman, John Byrzzm and Don Whiteside rest on the edge of the pool after practice john Byrum, dash man, comes out of the pool after a practice swim. Page One hundred and thirty-eight 'rrack Team Row 1, left to right: P. Clark, P. Bremser, C. Vidic, A. Omerza, I. Thompson, L. Braund, G. Kostelic, B. Horner, H. Moses, I. Silverman. Row 2, left to right: B. Blinn, B. Scloudel, K. Sandstrom, I. Wilse, T. Bechemer, K. Eells, T. Porter, I. Brennan, T. Mason. Row 3, left to right: B. Bebnke, K. Krause, M. Sugerman, S. Szemenyei, I. Coski, N. Sim- mons, A. DeSimone, R. Strohm, I. Wright, B. Liptak. Row 4, left to right: D. Besemer, I. Fisher, P. Marcbione, F. Brancely, R. Kidd, J. Guip, M. D'Arcy, F. Martin. The first event in which the Euclid cinderman, coached by Clarence Swackhamer and Ira Stubbart, took part was the Arena Meet on March 31. Competing in Class B at the indoor meet, Tony Bechemer cap- tured a first place in the high jump and Ralph Strohm took a second in the shot put. Captained by Jim Wright and Harold Moses, the Panthers copped a second in their first triangular meet collecting a total of 46M points to Adams' 38 and Akron South's 52M points. The rain, mud, and cold, as well as the Lakewood pace proved to be too great for Euclid, for at the next meet, the Panthers suffered a 70M-47M2 defeat. At the West Tech Relays Ralph Strohm, Tom Cousineau, and Al Omerza took a first place to win the shot-put trophy. The Cleveland Heights Tigers outwore the Euclid Panthers by a score of 65 to 55 at a very close meet. The thinclads next traveled to the East Tech Relays where Tony Bechemer won a first place in the high jump. The Panthers came back to defeat the Lorain Steelman 69M to 48161, track Tech meet 7 at the first meet on the new Euclid At the District Meet, held at East Tony Bechemer qualified for the state by tieing for third place in the high jump. A Page One hundred and Jrhirfy nine baseball 'ream Row 1, left to right: G. Blanclafield, T. Srpan, F. Baldassarre, B. Dirk, B. Stratlaern, T. Kimes, B. Silvola, K. Redlin, F. Podnar. Row 2, left to right: R. Cicirella, B. Whitcomb, K. Braidic, R. Staley, I. Omerzzz, E. Modic, I. Alaburda, R. Kosteirzcbek, E. Ebel. Row 3, left to right: D. Berichon, V. Carney, I. Frazier, I. Paola, M. Predovic, C. Schultz, B. Burklaolder, T. Momzcelli. BASEBALL RECORD Theirs Ours 12 Willoughby .... . 4 4 Willoughby ...... . 2 0 Cleveland Heights .. . 2 9 Lorain ........... . 5 8 Painesville Harvey . . . 7 5 Shaw ............ . 3 2 Garfield Heights . . . . 5 5 Garfield Heights . . . . 9 3 Shaker Heights .... . , 6 2 Brush ......... . . . 10 2 University . . . . 5 2 Lorain .... . 7 2 Painesville . . . . . . 11 3 Shaker . . . . 4 Page One hundred and ioriy Dennis Rinaldi, captain of the 1950 baseball team, wishes Ed Ebel, captain for the '51 sea- son lots of luck. "Happy Days of Youfhful Pleasure" urnie azure her attendants Dorothy Funk and Jean Fertig pafricia QM her attendants Carol Becvar and Patricia Maher social life ATouchdown "A touchdown, a touchdown ....... 'l cheered the spectators and the team did their best to oblige. The crowd went wild as our boys smashed through their oppo- nents line to make a sizeable gain. Dedication Mr. Russell Erwine, Mr. Ike Driver, Mr. Richard Keay, Mr. Russell Glass, and Mr. Clifford Owens were all on hand on October 20 to dedicate our new 352,000 stadium. The new stadium with a seating capacity of 3,000 was an addi- tion much appreciated by both the Euclid and visiting fans. Majorettes Euclid High's majorettes are some of the hardest working girls in the school, but they receive very little credit for their efforts. Under the direction of Mr. Mitchell, they practice from eight o'clock to nine-thirty every morning of the football season, learning new routines each week. The Parma Band Modern schools, beautiful homes, and diversified industry as well as the growth of Euclid from 1880 to 1950 were the things saluted -by the Parma Marching Band at the dedication of the new stadium. social life Homecoming Queens October 6 was the date of Euclid's first Homecoming Game. Two girls from each class were chosen to sell tickets for the game. Dorothy Funk and Pat Toth tied in ticket sales to become twin queens while their attendants were Rosie Man- nion, Margie Hale, Joan Clayton, and Joyce Long. Scoreboard 46 to 6 was the final score of the Parma- Euclid game. The scoreboard, very gen- erously given by the Board of Education is located at the north end of the foot- ball field. 7 unior Class Party The junior class convened on the evening of October 23 to brew magic potions and work other mystic feats. A spell of mer- riment and gaiety was cast over the entire crowd, and they found themselves compelled to dance and laugh until ten o'clock when the spell was suddenly broken leaving only nostalgic memories. Presentation of Car Mr. Powers of Euclid Ford presented John Supance, our driving instructor, with a new dual control Ford. The car was immediately put to good use as evidenced by the insert in the upper left corner. The victim could not be identified but it is believed that it was the "Little Old Lady" so often referred to by Mr. Supance. social life Key Club The Key Club, a junior branch of the Kiwanis Club, meets every Thursday night at the school. Members are chosen by the clu-b and approved by Mr. Owens. Key Club sponsors various money-making activities and has a yearly service project to benefit the school. Sophomore Class Party On October 31 the sophomore class spon- sored a Halloween Party. Dick Sodjals band furnished the music for dancing and free refreshments were served to all. Dur- ing the band's intermission everyone gathered around the piano to sing and play. Cheerleaders Rated tops by all Euclidites was our cheerleading squad composed of Pat Maher, Babs Peterson, Vernie Palsa, Joan Dondera, Rosie Valencic, and Rita Dugan. Whether rain or shine, the girls were on hand to cheer our boys on to victory. Co-op Party The co-ops, because they attend school only in the morning and work all after- noon, miss many of the school's social functions. To compensate for this they had a special party at Mr. Smith's home. social life The Gym An eye-catching display was created by posting paper letters at the top of the column of windows on the west side of the gym. When the lights were on and the letters shown brightly we knew another big game was being played. Senior Class Party Dancing, including a polka contest, was the main entertainment at the Senior Class Party on October 16. The class officers, dancing in the foreground, were elected in late September by the entire class. N.H.S. Initiation Mary Jo Replogle congratulates Tom Sterling after the National Honor Society assembly while the other newly initiated members Wait to have their pictures taken. Chesshires Getting senior pictures taken at Ches- shires involved what often seemed like endless waiting. Dave Powell's camera caught a group of our students waiting, as usual, to pose for the silhouettes which introduce the various sections of the Euclidian. social life Christmas Time A beautifully trimmed tree was a part of the school's Christmas decoration. The photographer caught Alice Melkerson and Joe Sullivan as they were putting the finishing touches on the Student Council tree in the main corridor. Santa Claus Mr. Baumer, dean of boys, inspects the Christmas decorations in the cafeteria made by the Y-Teen Club for the Hi-Y Friendship Christmas Formal and finds Santa to be in very good condition. Senior Day In the "Senior Day" assembly the mid- year graduating class took advantage of their last opportunity to "show-offw their talents before their former class- mates. jack Frazier sings as he strums on his guitar. In addition to the entertain- ment senior awards were presented to Euclid's third graduating class. social life The Pirate Dance The Business Staff of the Euclidian pre- sented the Pirate Dance on February 23 to help finance our yearbook. Pirates, skeletons and a treasure chest adorned the cafeteria while students danced to the music of Ronnie Son and the Musical Trou-badors. The Brush Recorder A Brush Tape Recorder was included in the long list of purchases made by the Student Council during the year. Any student or teacher in the school has the privilege of using the 3250.00 recorder. The Popcorn Machine "Between ninth and the closing of school, when the appetite is beginning to grow, cornes a lull in the day's activities that is known as the popcorn hour." The enticing odors from the council's new 3950.00 Manley Popcorn Machine lure hundreds of students to the gym cor- ridor nightly. wmww Wuwwg ,wmmemnww ww Um 'za Page One hundred fhory-one BEST WISHES FROM FORD 8. 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I-4626 Page One hundred titty-two CHESSIRE-HIGBEE PHOTOGRAPHERS I Official Photographers of Euclid Senior High School The Swim Cadettes are an efficient crew, Always on guard in their iackets of blue, For all school days, through tumbling spray, The girls in the pool will learn the right way We're proud you ioined us dear seniors! I Girl Swim Cadette Best wishes to the class of '51 I THE CLUB CASBAH EUCLID'S POPULAR AND EEAUTIFUL TEEN AGE NITE CLUB COMPLIMENTS OF THE MUSIC MASTERS ORCHESTRA "Music Styled For Your Dancing and Listening Pleasure" BEST WISHES FROM THE NOTTINGHAM DRUG CO. Expert Prescription Service E. 'I87th St. and St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio E. A. Matyas M. Matyos A. A. BURMAN FUNERAL HOME 'I3'I24 Euclid Avenue LI. 'I-O 100 Page One hundred fifty-three VILLAGE BAR LIQUOR ' BEER ' WINE GOOD FOOD TELEVISION 469 E. 185th St. KE. 1-9881 Euclid 19. Ohio MATT F. 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I-6686 GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES TO ALL GRADUATING KERR LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES 21850 St. Clair Avenue AUTOMATIC AND HAND SCREW PRODUCTS Page One hundred fifty-tour BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '51 LAKELAND TAVERN REdwood 1-9894 23931 Lakeland Blvd. COMPLIMENTS or T R A C Y ' S Chuck Krafochvil Fritz Tracy Chuck Egensberger EUCLID PAPER COMPANY WRAPPING PAPER ' PAPER BAGS PAPER CUPS ' TWINE 24901 Lakeland Blvd. RE. 1-2666 Euclid 23, Ohio Andy Barrick, Mgr. COMPLIMENTS OF FRED KRAUSS GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OF LOU'S TAVERN and BILLIARDS BEER, WINE and SANDWICHES Music by Lou 783 East 222nd St. RE. 1-9843 Euclid, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF VILLAGE RESTAURANT Corner Dille and Euclid Ave. DODGE - PLYMOUTH IN EUCLID Sales - Service CLANCY MOTORS INC. 22480 Lake Shore RE. 1-7300 Page One hundred and fifty-five GIRL GRADUATES . . Before you decide on your B. G. CBusiness Girl to you? Career, be sure to "window-shop" the wonderful variety of opportuni- ties at the Telephone Company. Come in and talk it over at: 750 HURON ROAD THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Women's Employment Office on Main Floor Monday through Friday, 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. CONGRATULATIONS FROM GIBSON REALTY R E A L T O R S 22091 Euclid Ave. KE. 1-3530 COMPLIMENTS "ARCADE TAVERN" 327 East 156th St. Cleveland, Ohio LIQUOR ' WINE ' BEER ALL FINE FOODS Stop in and see Bill S. Cabot. Prop. COMPLIMENTS OF TRACY TAVERN AIR COMPRESSOR RENTAL CO. Sales and Rental Contractors Supplies and Equipment 19615 Nottingham Rd. KE. 1-8000 Cleveland 10, Ohio COMPLIMENTS or DEMSHAR'S DELICATESSEN For The Best FOOD SOFT DRINKS BAKERY 756 East 200th St. Tel. RE. l-9896 EUCLID'S SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS GRDINA HARDWARE 22336 Lake Shore Blvd. RE. 1-0403 "You Can Get It At Grdina's" Page One hundred and fifty-six COMPLIMENTS OF UDOVICH'S CAFE COMPLIMENTS OF E. 200TH BEER GARDEN 381 E. 200th St. Phone KE. l-9748 Euclid, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF NOTTINGHAM RESTAURANT 18625 St. Clair Avenue IV. l-9507 COMPLIMENTS or WEALTHY'S BEAUTY SALON 778 E. 200th St. Euclid, Ohio Phone IV. 1-2624 LIBBY PRODUCTS COMPANY IV. 1-4163 or CH. 1-5280 Industrial Soaps and Cleaners Soaps for: Hotels, Factories, Clubs, Hospitals, Institutions, Office Buildings, Rugs and Carpet Cleaners, Progress and Maintenance. COMPLIMENTS OF WILLIAM A. GENT A Sincere Thank-You to Our Ad1fertise1's Th Edt DON'T MISS THE CBANDJ BUS Have Fun. . . WH ff WQK . . . Go Places Contests . . . Festivals . . . Foot- ball games - provide thrilling fun for those in the band. loin l p your school band now and share in these exciting events. 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