Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

 - Class of 1957

Page 1 of 320

 

Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1957 Edition, Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 320 of the 1957 volume:

LJ v fi.. 41554. x J, 1 I I 1 ' v 1 1 ,,,, in Nah 1 - .M o" . 'W ' L4 .ur - w I 1 1 M, X .V I' u 13.1, ,L V D' u,i'4'1- u 1' E U C l. l D IAN 1 57 Diane Brigger Editor-in-Chief Marji McCall , Assistant Editor Gail Brewster c Script Editor George Gore . i . Assistant Script Editor Tony Gregorc . i . . Picture Editor Diane Hamilton . Assistant Picture Editor Bob Chapman . . . Mounting Editor Jim Wawrzyniak. Assistant Mounting Editor MaryAnn Hummon T Art Editor Sandy Mock Stott Editor Marilyn Laurich Typist Beverly Perusek T Typist Tom Wight . Business Manager Pat Nipple , Ass't. Business Manager Pat Williams i Advertising Manager Dorothy Opalich Circulation Manager Nancy Broos . . Secretary Barbara Leybeck Treasurer Gene M, Pillot . Editorial Staff Sponsor Clayton George Business Staff Sponsor -vw 55,1 Sandy Mock Jim Wawrzyniak Tony Gregorc Bob Chapman Diane Hamilton Dedication ln i948 the panther was chosen as the symbol of Euclid High School. For the past nine years he has watched our school grow, and we, in turn, have watched him grow. Today, he rules the school as the figurehead of our school spirit. Never before has he meant so much. We can never forget the hard fighting panther leading us to victory and success in all phases of school life. It is with pride that we, the editors, dedicate the i957 Euclidian to the Euclid Panther. Alma Mater 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. lf 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. Table of Contents In1roducHon Adminiswation Seniors Underdasanen 0rganUaHons Fine Arts Sports Sfudent Ufe AdverHQng if ' " 1' I A .I 4 A 5 1 - ,J .J 1 Y Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 1 12 30 90 114 144 158 186 208 D, 13 lb, 4 xaiff .PWMAV . . E'-' Q. 4 V ..X1 , ,Q , x G. . ,sfN.,?..x.., i',rf-1- V . ,:'.,.f,,,s,s:pfs, :ff I.. - .- 1: 4-, tv, 1 V ' , , v"z,s1s'fi-'il ,,,, .Z ev A ' 56,51 ma.w..,,H :L1,w..Awf,. ,www , , 2, X ,,,,gw,,5 Z., Q 1 22 - A,'k ,M ff, . fx.. :l35i5f:,f'l" ,.- , " ..w.,w -- ' -. Q ,V ,Sgr Q - yy - ,- www S, 2, X s '- iTiz,..g4,,,1'ff,' 51? ' fx gf 2'Z,9,g'Q 'X , : 5 T954 .'s,S"lk iiiwi-LQ 1. 4 A:,Q,S.,s,, 'v ff XA f,w:,+y:, x 5. :V Q24 x .5 x-:QQ 5,33 sawfw 1:-HM: 'I . 1-2, ggi? .Y 1 ' -T mi 55 ' X N .NA-,Q M 4-:.X, w-swxs' 1 w. .wwxgxif X X-.- xg- S .1 xx X if sr ? fi Q,.,.,,Q..Q ,Q-,-ug::g".g,., .X Q X X R , . .X ,Mu S K XX ix .V x -Q .. izfeffs? X " Q" Y Q -Q ,S fy 1' XQNQS ' SQ: 2 'j .Q Q if - .x K :zgg pts The halls were still and quiet, soon to become alive Soon posters would be up and students would be hurrying to get to their next class This is Euclid High, the school in which l reign su- preme. For many days the auditorium lob by remained polished and shiny waiting tor the students to enter, step- ping quickly to the music ot the pit band. lt was in this same auditorium that the first football recognition ceremony was held. EXlT How many students would walk up these steps eoch day! Most of them would be wearing pins or signs cheering for one of the many activities. Spirit prevailed whether in sports or studies. The Iibrory, trophy cose, ond pool ore all symbols of contestsg os books cmd sportsman- ship go hcmd-in-hand. 'Rh Wk' Both students and faculty members carried forth the enthusiasm of our spirit. In the cafeteria they cheered, in the rec room hard ping-pong battles were waged, and in the office corridor many ways were organized to maintain this spirit. V 'fm 9 Few students will re- member this part of the school. Usually this path was used as a short cut to the wood shop or to the parking lot. For weeks previous to the first football game, the band practiced on the football field. lt, too, played an important part in the spirit. os l, -.4 -19-u r..f...,.-,.. At last the first day of school arrived and the '56 and '57 activities heqan The spirit bro!-.C forward as the Sophomore:-s learned the ways and traditions at E H E At night, too, I was remembered, Student voices rung out at the evening games. Plays, musical programs and other activities were supported. This indeed was to be a glorious year. Il Hdministration A acult Little could have been accom- plished in studies, activities and spirit without the support of the faculty and administration. As a unit they worked to give the students all the advantages of education. Truly they are the guideposts ot America's future. With that in mind, they work to give the future of America know- ledge, character, and the ability to guide others. I , ""'-rum., lui r IU "1'f f 1 C. .Q 1 ,N uv" .,w...w.f. l 2: ' ' 342 r 'Q 5 I' . 5' , A 3 .,,. id 'f E32 1 . 1 5' t lf i 4 1-if - 3 I i H A It' 98 ,if . BOARD OF EDUCATION Left to right Loyal Luikart C E Bowman Russell Gloss, Mrs. Grace Watkins, John Davis "School spirit" is one of those intang- ibles that result from a good school. Teachers sense it and so does your com- munity. It appears to be strongest in those schools where the student body and faculty together are enthusiastic about what the school is trying to do. That is the reason that in some of our colleges the crowd in the stadium will remain standing and cheer the losing team in an athletic contest. lt was not winning or losing which was most important. The character and integrity of the boys and girls and their willingness to do the right thing is a basic factor. To do the right thing and to be proud of it in the face of the scorn of others is one of the most important lessons a person may learn. To be proud each year of achievement, contributions made, and tuture ambitions is the prerogative of every senior class. My best wishes to the class of 1957, Sincerely yours, ' W. G. Fordyce Superintendent of Schools As we come to the close of another year of activity and achievement at Euclid Senior High School we turn with enthusiasm to peruse the pages of our yearbook. I am sure the Euclidian brings real pleasure to all now and will continue to be cherished as the years come and go. The staff has done an excellent job. Our con- gratulations and thanks to the spon- sors, staff and all who had a part in making this Euclidian possible. Our best wishes go with the class of l957, Sincerely, Clifford G. Owens Principal This year Euclid Senior High has reached a new high in school spirit which has been manifested in the classroom as well as in extra-curricu- lar activities. Wholehearted devo- tion to worthy purposes, willingness to participate, and appreciation of the efforts of others are some of the components of real spirit, To find yourself, it is said, you must lose yourself in a great cause. May you transpose this school spirit into com- munity spirit, working loyally for the home, school, church, and civic enter- prises. L.. E. Angene Director of lnstruction Many times in the years ahead ot you this year book will help you to recall the joys and the pleasures you shared in Euclid High School. lt will become more valuable to you each year. Congratulations and best wishes to all of you and may you have happi- ness and success in the years to come. As the underclass members take your places they will profit by your experiences and your many contribu- tions. Harriet Sheats Dean ot Girls Upon your graduation from Euclid Senior High you will have passed an- other important step in life. Memo- ries are wonderful but you must look to the future also. lt will be possible for us to learn much from you if you will share your future experiences with us. You will be welcome whenever you come back to visit the high school. Sincerely, Meryl R. Baumer Assistant Principal :ixfS?"1-'.,J?"'E : ' Since i949 Euclid High School has been providing a broad foundation on which our young men and women have built their future, Whether you plan to enter college or go immedi- ately into industry the values you have credited here will be ot much help. May you always be a credit to your school, your community, and to our nation. Bruce Graham Dean of Boys i l yt , Eg , iz? it tt tty , Above are two typical scenes of our faculty. To many students, grading papers is the symbol of the teaching profession. In the faculty library Elaine Mylar takes dictation from Mr. Buerger as Mr. Pringle completes yesterday's test papers. The faculty catch up on the daily notices and exchange information in the mail room. I7 Pictured here are some of our teachers ot a faculty picnic. They stated, "We have just begun to eat," Olin A. Bailey Science, Chairman Rio Grande College Western Reserve Ohio State B. A. M. A. E' Mary Lois Baker English Stephen College Carnegie Tech Lake Erie S A. Robert Bennett Harold Blackburn English, Social Studies English Ohio State Otterbein College Amsterdam University Western Reserve Western Reserve B. A. Mexico City College M, A. l indor University B. Sc. M. A. Lucille Aingworth English, Chairman Columbia B. A. M. A. y g -ff : . . 3 Q? ,M . : . ' gf I 52. 'H---er . ' hw. : N-.1 ' l A x . t fi? j 'Egg ':' 'A .f ,. H 1 ' :fl 5.13: f Bruce M. Barlow Industrial Arts Ohio State Wilmington College B. Sc. Alvin M. Amster Business Education Western Reserve B. A M. A. Lillian C. Barrow Business Education Ohio University Muskingum College Pittsburgh University B. Sc, M A. Home-room lll comes up for cz bit of early morning wisdom. Clemens E. Blauch Social Studies Kent State Univ. of Akron Ohio State B. Sc, M. A Jean Bowditch Willard Boerger Industrial Arts Ohio State B Sc, r ,S 4 1' 5 Mary Joan Bridges English, Spanish Coaches Mohr 'md Nelson diagram plays with napkins ' i .Q 4-1 . . Y TZ ' 1 fi' W' 2 'fail 22 52. M155 5 5 -an v- Q Q Adrian J. Buerger L.b,C,,i0,, groge Cltv College Mathematics West Virginia College Univ Of DGVTOH Western Reserve Ohio State B. A. B SC, B, S. L. S. Vacc steals the scene from Mr. Eckert, Mr. Ro- buck, and Mr. Hawver ot the football pass gate. Pera Campbell English Defiance Ohio State Univ. of Wisconsin B. A. M. A. James Calvert Phys. Education North Central College Ohio State Western Reserve 3 ' Mary Jane Davenport Business Education Univ, of Toledo B. A. Mr. Mayer inspects the birds and the trees A 7 ., , X ., yi -. .., if X 251. 1 V ' 'ii zffzfw , -X , A: Aw'-Q, - f 1' 2 f f g 5 1. fi.-iff ' J' E ut X Wilton E. Eckley English, Journalism Ohio University Mt. Union Penn State Western Reservc B. A. M. A. Joseph C. Gram Aloysius C. Galicki Industrial Arts Ohio Univ. Kent State John Carroll Western Reserve Fenn B. Sc. M. Ed. Ralph A. Greer Phys. Education Biology, Psychology Ohio State Heidelberg Western Reserve Emory Univ. B. Sc Western Reserve M. A. B. A. M. A. Marion Dise Home Economics, Chairman Ohio State Univ. of Minnesota Western Reserve B. Sc. M. A. I X 4 .- f X at X - S A .-,' . 'i ,, A . A il Clayton D. George Business Education Fenn Kent State B. Sc. Clarence F. Eckert lndustrial Arts Kent State B. Sc. M. A. Wilma Gillman German Heidelberg Western Reserve B. A. M. A. The Chaperones take ci break at the Senior Party. V ,vue 'Q' , i x , A ,JA ,I f Sabra Hansen English, Government Univ, of Louisville DePauw Univ. B. A. an 6, Ray Harper Mathematics, Science Muskingum College Ohio State B, Sc. M, Ed, Dale Harper Music, Chairman Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Univ. of Cincinnati Western Reserve B. Sc. M. A, X i Robuck consults Mr. Webster in his senior English class. fi .sf 1""7' Alice Hawkins Business Education Univ. ot Oklahoma Ohio Univ. B. Sc. Camera attitudes vary from Mr. Galicki's dis- interest to Mr. WalIace's threatening glance. W. Dean Hawver Science Ohio State B, Sc, Ed. ,A A 5235, 'ii -Zig, J? xx Q vs Frances Hutson English, Social Studies Western Reserve Miami B, A. MPP" R. M. Hungerford Industrial Arts Hiram College Kent State B. A. B. Sc. J. L. Jenkins English, Dramatics Indiana Univ. B. Sc, M, A. SJ Mr. Robuck, Mr, McKelvey and Mr. Whiteside enjoy a break between classes. X ff?-. tt' -fl f M 3 ..,,,, X , . V Nj! Agkxifz at if , of N ff ,if l x 1 S . . y Q s .isa l , M , , 9 2 'QW . Albert J. Judge Chemistry. Physics Kent State Kenyon Univ. of Florida B. Sc, M. Ed. Lee Lillick Phys. Ed, West Virginia Univ. Kent State B. Sc. in Ed. Fred Johns Mathematics Western Reserve B. Sc. M A. , , ., if L -t 1 1,9 3 "Qs, A Qwiutf ., . Q-.2-,J ,,, -, t - .Ji . A 2 qfgfgm... i.g4'- li, ,,fa:f.f'f 4.-Y' X -Q5 2 . 0 +311 :is-aff' jr-1 ' ff ?2"Tf.i:-4 Everett C. Johnston English Univ. of Massachusetts Western Reserve B, A. MA. Richard R. Keay Chemistry, lnd. Arts Kent State Western Reserve Ohio State B. A. M. A, Mary Patricia Marsh Home Arts Villa Moria College B Sc. Edith K. Lemon Home Economics Northwestern Western Reserve B. Sc. M. A. Jack L. Lewis Social Studies Bowling Green Kent State B. Sc. in Business Administration B. Sc. in Ed. Who can forget Mr, Supance's and Mr, Boerger's patience? There is still a question as to why their hair isn't gray. Joseph P. Mayer Science Baldwin-Wallace Western Reserve B, Sc. M. A. t'..2'.'33" Donald J. McCoIeman Social Studies Western Reserve University of Toledo B. A, Donald McGinley David N. McKelvey Science Business Education Kent State M'-'5k'n9'-'m . B' SC. in Ed! Endrgna University Mr. Thompson and Miss Schmidt look over the Guinea pig situation. Mr. Vollman lends a helping hand to Mau- rice McWaters in one of his art Classes mf' i 1 , f.l. Nancy McMahon English Bucknell University B A. xl 5, , rf- - ' ..,.ff.:, Q ia- ,V ' ' fa. , ' 1 . r-r 437' '- ft ,, . - . 'Qu 4,1 pf gi 9 -ev.-I - Q: ' ,,4.,..,ff ' " g g - ,"1E"i V. gjffl i . , 1,-3 fnf'oi1fw,,f.i ,. . ..,.- if Edmund C. Mile Business Education Ohio State Kent State Ohio University B. Sc. Ann Meinzen English, Business Education Kent State B. Sc, in Ed. Donald Mohr Phys. Education Bowl ing Green Baldwin Wallace Western Reserve B. A. M. A. i There's Mr. Boerger again with the other teachers at the Tasty Shop. Mr. Gram is very disgusted with the whole business, someone must have put cream in his coffee. Carol Patry Phys. Education, Chair- man Bowling Green B. Sc. in Ed. 1.-N-wx "fx 'Qf"?f:H'x' Helen Poese Home Economics Miami Western Reserve B. Sc. ,mmwx 'hz--lr... Emmaline Peyser Mathematics Bryn Mawr Bucknell University Western Reserve B. A, John J. Pohto Industrial Arts Ohio State Western Reserve Univ. of Delaware Univ, of Colorado Fenn College Kent State B. Sc. M. A, au- W.-.W 1 'Zvi 2 X fl gf X 1 1 11. .,,, , .- g i xi w .... 1 1.11..1.. g xx. , ' ""' lb. l .Ax Neal Nelson Social Studies Univ, of Rochester Kent State B. A. lI"i Ed, June G. Phypers French, Typing Denison Radcliffe Western Reserve New York University Middlebury College B. A. M. A. Herbert Nold Industrial Arts Ohio University Bowling Green B. Sc. in Ed. M. S. Gene M. Pillot Mathematics Ohio State Kent State Western Reserve B. Sc. M. Ed. Miss Campbell explains to Miss Williams the coming events in the Student Council room. Frank S. Pringle John Reeves Engli5h Business Education Sf, Bonaventure Western Reserve St, Francis College Kent STOYG Bucknell University B. SC. John Carroll M. A. Western Reserve Penn. Ext. B. A. Leonard E. Robuck Joan Schellentrager English' Speech Phys, Education Western Reserve Bowlmg Green B. A. M. A. B. Sc. Mrs. Poese truly believes "A stitch in time saves nine." "Now to rest our aching feet" Mary Kay Schmidt Science Denison B, A. if 'x-' , fffik ll H If FJ Audrey Simonic Phys. Education Bowling Green John Carroll B, Sc. in Ed. X , X , x. " 1 .. 5 s Y 'r w I :'? I S . , Dolores Simmons Business Education Bowling Green Kent State B. Ed. V K5 wi Ill. nifjw' w :J ,fix 'K 'R' fl, ,,-.-. 23 A " Y . ' ' . r,. gl i. -. f .ff 1 . i , , Kava . :Q-,rn K ' rf:-gy, 'N' fi 3' Bfvflfi V N K' j ' ac'-Wy--I 1 N- ,LQ 'I I V eff? F Delmar V. Smith Business Education, Chairman Ohio Northern Univ. Columoia B. A. M. A. Mr. Taylor led the choir so vigorously, he broke his arm. lt's the results that count, right Mr. "T"? R' 1551-M' . . ,,. M, i A Allan G- Sfeiskvl Helen F. Stewart 5OCl0l SfudieS Social Studies John Carroll Key-if grgfe B S ohio smre Western Reserve Univ. of Hawaii Univ. of Zurich B. Sc. in Ed. M. A. H. W. Spangler Science Heidelberg Western Reserve B. A. M. S. Merwin R. Staines Industrial Arts New York State Univ. Muhlenberg College Univ. of Colorado B. Sc. M. Ed. Edwin J. Sloeh Bowling Green Univ. of Arkansas Baldwin-Wallace B, A. John Supance Industrial Arts Ohio Univ. Stevens Point Teachers College Kent State B. Sc. in Ed. M. Ed. Clarence Swackhamer Sam W. ToYl0' Phys. Education, Chair- Music man High Point College Ohio Univ. Northwestern Columbia B Sc. in Music Wilmington College M. A. Ohio State B- SC- 'V' Ed' The teachers enjoy 0 Quick lunch at ODBH M A- House before returning to their next class. D. W. Thompson Norman Thompson Mathematics Science Muskingum College Kent State Butler Univ, Western Reserve B. A. B. Sc. in Ed. M. A. I fl? fr'-' Fred A. Vollmon Paul Wallace Industrial Arts, Chair- Boldwlmwolloce mon Bowling Green Cleve. Institute of Art B' A' Western Reserve Kent State B. Sc. in Ed. M. A. The last few minutes before back to work, Frank Troglic Industrial Arts Ohio State Western Reserve B. Sc. in Ed. M A. Stanley L. Whiteside Social Studies, chairman Ohio State Ohio Univ. Univ. of Wisconsin Igewis and Clark College . A. Anthony V. Vaccarlello Spanish Miami Western Reserve B. Sc. in Ed. M. A. George Wiley Co-ordinator Special Achievement Program Oberlin College Ohio State Western Reserve B. A. M. A. .- 5 ln! 15' 1 . - . Q . A ' u 4-t A '-.-, QAM 'fem-.f.ff1. , , 4-. -. i t- , f L- -Q.. :Q Lg: 3,1-,f ,g,,4,.: Q QL, .35 f f 1 -' -' 1,41-" 4 ' Reita Williams Beula WilS0ll English Mathematics Kent State Western Reserve Bw 55, Univ. of California B, A. M, A. LIBRARIANS D. Steen, J. Bowciutch, Z. De-Hunger. SECRETARIES Mrs. L. Winters, Mnss A. DeGnroIomo, Mrs L Boron, Mnss M. Lovett. Mrs. J. Boyer PUPIL PERSONNEL Ist Row: E. Wright, M. Mcnclnnis, H Shoinoff, N. Golvez, D. Sweef. H. Eisen- berg. 2nd Row: R. Winters, J. Broz, W. Harmon J. Bergem, P. Mulroy, E. Wulson, H. Wise A, Hornlm, B. James, J. Clark. 28 1 L. 1 S 7 4 NURSE HELEN wise, R "Zi ,V . 5' . ' fx. . .5 I A . nf 3 N4 i' M. 'X R. N. GEORGE BREWSTER ond JERRY GANSER Left fo Right: Mrs. Turk, Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Youngberg Mrs Forguone Mrs Pesec, Mrs. Sonciberg, Mrs. Molluskl, Mrs. Douglos, Mrs. Butzer Mrs Dondreo Mrs. Polodino, Mrs. Stroke, Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Brashecur. Seniors With an eye toward the future the Seniors worked together mak- ing their last year a momentous one. Friends became closer, underclassmen were regarded with warmth and a little envy, and the teachers received gratitude and thanks for their patience and understanding. As the year slowly drew to a close, dreams turned into reality as Seniors began their march into the future. Someday they will look back to their days at Euclid High remembering "the happy days of youthful pleasure, learning, liv- ing life so dear" and the "memor- ies of our friendships here will lift our hearts to Euclid High." y . 1 h - " :-:.- v 'fe' ww- -, . . -1 X., 4 K s. p 'Q .,.,. -f,. .. ,.-.........,,..-.: ..v .H ,..V -.5.L.,.. P . .A..,-.-!.v,..4.-M A.,.....-,. -.-- . , , -, A y. 'A 1fA,7.w,. ,W,y..M',1.,. W : , Q N , v SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS WY A. Flocke, Treasurer, D. Lockwood, President. B. Gerland, Vice President, J. Sanda, Secretary Entering the doors of Euclid High -J..,.. in September l954, the Class of '57 l found a school new to tradition and N-T--L. spirit. Our Junior year found us or- ' ganizing the first guidance council and dancing to the music of Harry Hershey at the "Southern Plantation". It was in our Junior year that the spirit finally arrived. As Seniors, it was our job to continue the spirit. For the first time our football team brought home a victory on Homecom- ing. Both the football team and cross country won Lake Erie League Cham- pionships. The Senior Prom, picnic, assembly, and graduation helped to complete a perfect year. ln the future, the Class of '57 can look back with pride and happy memories at their years at Eu- clid High. SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS 32 Mr. F. Johns and Miss W. Gillman SENIOR CABINET Af desks: A. Flocke, M. Yoger. B. Leybeck, G. Hunt, C. Conrad, M. Palumbo 2nd Row: J. Sando, E. Mylar, D. Pourse, I. Berardinelli, D. Hall. S. Foster, B. Stone. 3rd Row: M. Rankin, D, Marcus, S. Knowles, G. Allison, J. Whisler. Standing: D. Lockwood, J. Goebelbecker, K. Modic, P. Smith, B. Ambrose, J. Ridinger, B. Kalb, E. Fuller D. Larick, D. McCarfhy, J. William-s, N. Browning, J. Emerich, P. Srrohm, B. Gerlancl, K. Kratinc J. Thomas, D. Howard. , qv SENIOR GUIDANCE COUNCIL lst Row: D. Brigger, C. Conrad, A. Borden, J. Sonda, R. Templin, M. Hummon, C. Wright, C. Gciuch N. Broos. 2nd Row: D. McGinley, W. Milligan, D. McCarthy, R. Newcomb, B. Gerland, l.. Kelly. D. Thompson. ALBERTONE, DOMINIC "DOM" "To thine own self be true" N,F,L. 3, 4, World Affairs l, Pres. l, Basketball l, 2, Sfudent Council l, Squires Hi-Y 3, Golf Club 2, 4, Baskefball Club 3, Chess Club 3, Hearts 4. AMBROSE, ROBERT "Bos" "Life is too short" ANDERSON, SALLY "ZOSH" "BIond bombsheII" G,A,A. 2, 3, Megaphone Club 2, Big Show Cast 2, 4, Choir l, 2, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Friendship 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Pinochle Club l. ANSPAUGH, STEPHEN "STEVE" "Steve fills the bill" Transferred from Indiana in Jr, Year, , 1 as 1 5 'jf ffl . -l .4 of ALLISON, GEORGENE "GENlE" "Year round favorite" F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, GLC. 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Prom, Comm, 3, Mega- phone l, 2, Choir l, 2, ig Show Cost 2, Friendship 1, 2, 3. ANDERSON, ALVIN HAI-,, "Wafch fhe birdie" Tennis 3, 4, Camera Club l, 4, Pinochle Club 2, Chess Club 3, ANSON, BARBARA ,,AN,, "Is that an angel of an imp?" F.T.A. 2, 3, Stage Crew 4, Red Cross 3, Friendship 3, Aj Honor Study Hall 4, Art Club 2, Woodshop 3, Sing- ing for Fun 4. APOLSKI, LORETTA "RETTA" "Fancy free and full of lun" GirI's Glee Club I, Friend- ship 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 4, Service Squad 2, Dance Club l, Woodshop 3. 34 APPLEBY, JOAN "JAY" 'A friendly gal with many 5 pall, 4.F.L. 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, fice-pres. 4, Exec. board 3, l, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Movie :lub l, Moiorette Club 2, ,lay Night, Spring Play, All ichool Play Prod. Staff 2, l, 4, Big Show Prod. Stott l, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, l, Monitor 4, Social Club l, 're-Med Club 2, Nat'l. -lonor Society. AYALA, ROSITA "Rosi'rA" "A warm friend in our midst" 3.A.A. l, 3, 4: BiQ Show Band 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 42 Dance Club l, Service Club 2, Pony Chorus 3, 4. BAKER, JO ANN HJODYH "A dash of sugar, a dash al spice, That's our Jody- devlllsh and nice" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Student Council 3, All School Play, Play Night Prod. Staff 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Cost 3, Sur- vey Edit. Staff 2, 3, Bus. Staff 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, Honor Stud, Hall 3, 4, Canasta Club 2, 3, Choir l, 2, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. BARDEN, ANN "ELSE" , "A-Yaufre adorable" G.L.C. 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 4, Letter- winner l, 4, Guidance Coun- cil 3, 4. Sec'y 4, Student Council 4, Megaphone Club l, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Choir Council 4, Madrigals 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, Octet 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Honor Studv Hall 3, Golf Club 2, Ncit'l. Honor Society 4. 35 AYALA, RICHARD "DICK" "Knowing him makes you like him" Big Shaw Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pinachie Club 3, 4. BAGINSKI, HELGA "HELGA" "She shines from within" Entered Euclid in Jr. year. GAA., Hall Guard 4, Friendship 4, Browsing Club 3, Creative Writing 4, BALICE, ANTIONETTE "TONl" "A model of beauty" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, GLC. l, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- winner lj Student Council l, 2, 3, Megaphone Club 2, F,N.A. l, All School Play, Plav Night, Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, Big Show Prod, Staff 2, 4, Choir l, Girl's Glee Club l, Friend- shlD 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monitor 3, Drama Club l, Pres l, Canasta Club 3, Pres 3, BARROWS, EULALIA "LA LA" "5weet and gentle" GAA, l, 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Friendship l, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Dance Club l, Service Club 2, Pony Chorus 3, 4, BARTKO, ERN ESTINE "SNOOKS" "Still as the night" G,A.A, 4, Friendship 4, Music Appreciation 3, Charm Club 4. BAUMERT, DIANE "DEE" "Shc's found a way to stay carefree and gay" GAA, l, 2, Maiorette Club 2, 3, GirI's Glee Club I, Friendship 2, 3, Charm Club 4, Sec'y 4. BERAN, PATRICIA "PATH "How cute can you be" Nat'l. Quill and Scroll 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Sub 3, Maiorette 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3, Marching Band 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, GirI's Glee Club 3, 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, Snoopy 4, Eucuyo 4, Asst. Editor 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Point- rng and Drawing 2, Pony Chorus 3, Publications 4. BEREZONSKY, CAROL "CAROL" "In her quietness she'Il be heard" F.T,A. 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 4, World Affairs 4, Big Show 2, Choir l, 2, Cadet Choir 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, 4, Friendship I, Pinochle Club 2, Service Squad 3, 4, 1 'VN f f BATTUNG, JEANNE "BATTY" "The mark of infe!Iigencc" NFL. I, 2, N, H. S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. l, Student Coun- cil l, Swim Club 3, 4, F. NA. 4, All School Play Prod, Staff 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, Friendship 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Dramatics Club i, Golf Club 2, BENIC, DONALD "SPEEDY" "Goin' fishing" Camera Club 2, Forerncn's Club 4. BERARDINELLI, IRENE "lRENE" "I'm happy that l'm living" GA A. l, 2, 3, Letterwinner l, Senior Cabinet 4, Roonr Sec'y 4, Ad Club 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Euclid- ian Bus, Staff 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, Pinochle Club 3, Dance Club lg Prom Comm. i, Service Club I. BERLO, ROCHELLE "ROCHELLE" - "Nathing's impossible to a willing heart" G.L.C. 4, GAA. l, 2, 3, 42 Big Show Prod. Staff 3: Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Pinochle Club 2, Nat'l. Honor Society 36 BEYER, DOUGLAS "DCUG" "Cheer up-The Good Humor Mon is here" Football l, Letterman l, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- nton lj Wrestling l, Letter- mcn l, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Lettermrn l, Letterman's Club 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Key Club 4, Gymnastic Cl .b lg Automatives 2, Boskteball Club 3, 4, BINDOKAS, CAROL "BENNIE" "With Smiles she lives happily ever offer" GA.A, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner l, Guidance Council 3, Prom Comm 3, Student Councul 2, Majoretre Club 3, 4, Malorette 3, Megaphone 2, S rvey Bus, Staff 2. Friend- ship 2, 3, Usher 3, Dance Club l, Punochle 3, Chess Club 4. BISBEE, MARILYN "MARlLYu" "Thine eyes so blue and tender" G,A.A. 3, Movie Club 4, Book store 4, Friendshlp 2, Plnochle 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Red Cross l, Pres. l, Service Club 2. BOST, AN N ETTA HANNH "On the sunny side of the street" G.L.C. l, G.A.A. 2, Choir l, griendship 3, 4, Service Club 37 BlLL, GARY HCARMEN' "Seventy-nine years in c sandtrop" Football l, Letterman lg Wrestling l, Letterman l, Baseball l, Letterman l, Swnrrimtng 2, 3, 4, Letter- rnan 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders Club l, Student, Councll 2, Swim Club 3, 4, Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas 2, 3, Dance Club l, Golf Club 2, 3, 4, Pmochle 2, Hall Guard 3, 4, Capt, 3, 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Copt. 3, 4, Letter- man 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4. BIRKIC, DAVID "DAVE" "I'm on my way to somewhere" Football 2, 4, Key Club 4, Concert Band I, 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 4, Models Club l, Wrestltng Club 2, Golt Club 3. BOGG5. JACK "JACK' "Jock be nimble, Jock be quick" Basketball 2, Canasta 3, Golf Club 4, Ftshing Club I, Pinochle Club 2 BOWERS, ELIZABETH "BETH" "High Stepper" G.L.C. 4, G.A,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, 4, Friend- ship 3, Honor Study Hall 4, Dance Club l, Troyel Club l, Servlce Squad 2, Music Appreciation 3, Pony Chorus 3, BRATUSH, CHARLENE "CHAR" "You make us happy when skies are blue" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec. 4, GL.C 3, 4, G,A,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club l, 2, All School Play, Spring Play Cast 3, 4, Play Night Prod. Staff 3, Thespians 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, Accountant 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, Choir l, Nat'l Honor Society 4. BREWSTER, GAIL "GAIL" "Ideals control the world" Natl Quill and Scroll 4, Not'l Honor Society 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, Reperesentative Cleve. District F.T.A, 3, Vice-pres. 4, World Affairs 3, GA.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, Ad Club 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Choir Council 3, 4, His- torian 4, Madrigals 4, Euclldian Edit. Staff 2, 4, Script Editor 4, Survey Edit. Staff 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, Sec l, Girl's Printing Club 2, Pony Chorus 3, 4. BRINOVEC, MARLENE "MAR" "FriendIiness Excels" Megaphone Club 2, F.N.A. 4, Friendship 2, Dance Club l, Girl's Golf 2, Pinochle 3, Charm Club 4, Treas. 4. BROWNING, EDWARD "NED" "If silence were gold, He'd be o millionaire" Nat'l Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4, Track l, Ten- nxs 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 3, 4, Vice pres, 4, Boy's Leaders l, Student Council 3, Hall Guard l, 2, 3, 4, Capt 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4, Nobles Hi-Y 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Tumbling Club l, Advanced Zoology Club 3, Nat'l Honor Society 4. BRAUNLICH, DAVID "BONES" "Tall and thin with c cheery grin" Basketball 2, 3 ,4, Base- ball 4, Track 2, 3, Chess Club l, Basketball Club 2, 3, 4. BRIGGER, DIANE "sooo - or' "Broiny, blonde, ond beautiful" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Jr. Cabinet 3, Guidance Council 3, 4, Sec. 3, Prom Comm. l, 3, Spring Sports Attend- ant l, 2, Megaphone Club l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner l, 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 3, 4, Euclidion Bus. Staff 3, Edit. Staff 4, Edi- tor-in-Chief 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Service Club l, Vice-pres. lp Spirits 4. BROOS, NANCY "BRUCE" "Dork Eyes" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4, Guidance Council 4, Euclid- ian Bus. Staff 4, Sec'y 4, Art Club l, Chess Club 2, 3, Nat'l Honor Society 4. BULICEK, PATRICIA HPAT-I-In "A friendly lass with lots of class" F.T.A. 3, Ad Club 4, Maj- orette Club 2, Megaphone Club 2, All School Play Cast l, Choir 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, G.L.C. l, 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 4, Friendship 2, 4, Service Club l, Dramatics Club l, Dance Comm. l, Not'l Hon- or Society 4. 38 BURGER, VERNON "VERNON" "By the work you know the worker" Cross Country 4, Letterman 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman l, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Choir l. 2, 3, 4, Madri- gols 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Model Airplane Club l, Wrestling Club 2, 4, Golf Club 3. BURN ETT, MON ROE "MoNNiE" "An all around guy whose friends rate him high" Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Modrigols 2, 3, 4, Octet 2, 3, 4, Big Show Cost 2, 3, 4, Stomp Club l, Hearts Club 2, Chef's Club 3, Pinochle 4. CAMM, NANCY "NAN" "Never a dull moment" G.A.A. l, PA. Club i, All School Play Prod. Stott 3, Big Show Prod. Stott 3, Friendship 2, 3, Y-Teens I, Typing 3, Knitting Club 2, Hope Chest 4. CARR, CHARLENE "Cl-lUCKLE" "Easy going-Easy knowing" G.A,A. l, 2, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Bond 2, 3, 4, Pit Bond 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Plotter Club 1, Travel Club 4. 39 exe- . tj i j BURMEISTER, DALE "BUTCH" "His cares are few" BURR, BARBARA "BARS" "Deeds, not words are repaid" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Sec'y 3, Concert Bond l, GlrI's Glee Club 4, Cadet Choir 4, Friendship 2, 3 4, Pinochie 4. CARPENTER, CAROL "CARPY" "SociolabiliQy" F.T.A, 3, G.L.C. l, G.A.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner l, Holl Guard 3, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Pinochle 4. CARR, SHARON "sHERRY" "NaturaIness is her virtue" Prom Comm. 3, F.N.A. 3, 4, Choir 2, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Card Club l, 2, Sec'y I, Service Club 3, 4, Pres. 4. CEFARATTI, VINCE "WlNCE" "A happy lite is one without strife" Wrestling I, Boy's I.eader's I, Boys Glee Club 3, Hi-Y 3, Gymnastic Club 2, Wrestling Club I. CHAUBY, CLARISSA "Cl.ARE" "Innocence so becomes o girl" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G,A,A I, 2, 3, 4, F N.A. 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Big Show 2, Choir I, 2, GirI'5 Glee Club 4, Cadet Choir 4, Friendship 2, 3, Honir Study Hall 3, 4, Rec- reation Club I, Plnochle Club I, Home Nursing Club 4. CLAYTON, JOYCE "JOYClE" "Shc's full of sincerity" G.L.C. 4, G,AA. I, 2, 3, 4, Oil Painting I, Home Nurse ing Club 2, Archery Club 3. CLEMENTS, MARY "MARY" "Cute and sweet Nice to meet" Friendship 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Pinochle Club 3, 4. CHAPMAN, ROBERT "BOB" "Although he says little- He knows much" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4, Nat'I Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4, Football I, Cross Country 4, Letterman 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Man- ager 2, 3, Letterman 3, Track I, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Prom Comm. I, Stu- dent Council I, 4, Treas, I, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Choir I, Euclidian Edit. Staff 4, Mounting Editor 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Gym- nastics Club I, Golf Club 2, Chef Club 3, Pinochle Club 4, Nat'l Honor Socitey 4. CLARKE, JOANN UO., "Sophisticated Lady" F.T.A. 3, 4, Exec, Board 4, G.L,C. I, 4, G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner I, Prom Comm. I, 3, Student Council 3, All School Play Director I, Big Show Prod, Staff I, Euclrdran Bus. Staff 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Dramatics Club I, Canasta Club 2, Pinochle Club 3, Service Club I, Sec'y I, Nat'l Hon- or Society 4. CLAYTON, ROBERT "BOB" "Though he's quiet and shy, Bob's really quite a guy" Honor Study Hall 3, Golf Club 2, 3, Pinochle 4. COHEN, SERENE "Sl-IORTY" "A charming little Miss" G.A.A. 2, Choir I. 2, Sur- vey Bus. Staff 2, 3, Friend- ship 4, Canasta Club 3, Knitting Club 2, Dance Club 2, Painting and Drawing 4. 40 COLLEDGE, JUNE "WOC'N" "One of the best" G.A.A. I, 35 Big Show Cast 35 Choir l5 Friendship 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, Moni- tor 35 Dance Club l, 25 Charm Club 2, 45 Red Cross Club 3. CONRAD, CHERYL "CHERI" "Style all the while" G.L.C. l, 3, Honor Member 45 G.A,A. l, 2, 35 Class Cabinet 3, 45 Guidance Council 3, 45 Prom Comm. 35 Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, School Editor 45 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 35 Pinochle Club 25 Service Club l. CONTENZA, HARVEY "HARV" "Without lobor nothing prospers" Basketball I5 Hunting Club lg Weightlifting Club 2' Basketball Club 25 Pinoch- Ie Club 3, 4. CORSARO, BARBARA "sHoRTY" "Blues, stoy away from me!" 4l lof- COLTRIN, ROBERT "BOB" "Spech is silver: silence is gold" Movie Club l, Pres, l, Stage Crew 25 Key Club 2, 35 Big Show Band 35 Con. cert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Bogfd of Directors 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Offi- cer 4, Pit Band 3, 45 Printing Club lj Chess Club 3, Physics Club 45 Flash Cards 35 Nat'l Honor Society 4 CON ROY, JOHN "JOHN" "The friendly way is his 'Gyn CORRON, SHIRLEY "SHIRL" "Let the clouds roll by" F,T.A. 2, 3, 45 GAA, 25 Friendship 25 Choir l, 25 Knitting Club 25 Glee Club l, Pinochle Club 3, 45 Big Show Cast 2. COURTOT, EILEEN "coRKY OR Elf' "She carries a smile for all" Canasta Club I5 Charm Club lg Honor Study Hall 4. COVILL, JOYCE "JOY" "She knows the ways ot the world" Painting and Drawing Club 45 Canasta 35 Ballroom Dancing 25 Knitting Club 25 Honor Study Hall 4. CRAMER, ROBERT "BOB" "This man of action is a main attraction" Football I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man I, 3, 4, Capt. 45 Bask- etball I, 2, 3, 4, Letterman I5 Track I, 2 3, Letterman I, 3, Capt. I5 Lettermens Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Class Pres, 35 Class Cabinet 2, 3, 45 Prom Comm. 35 Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 45 Parllmentarian 45 Big Show Cast 25 Boys Glee Club 25 Survey Bus, Staff 25 Regents Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Quarter- back Club 2, 3, 4 D'AMICO, CAROLE 'DEP' "Always gay - That's her woyu G.A.A. I5 Megaphone Club I5 Junior Red Cross I5 Choir I5 Girl's Glee Club 35 Friendship 25 Oil Painting I5 Golf Club 25 Pinochle Club 35 Charm Club I. DeLAUER, DOUGLAS "DOUG" "The breeze and I" Honor Study Hall I5 Chess Club I5 Fencing Club 25 Pnnochle Club 3. COY, DAVID "oAvio" "Eltort is his middle name" Football I. 2, Letterman I5 Cross Country 3, Letterman 35 Track 2, 3, Letterman 3. CRANE, BRUCE "BRUCE" "An all 'round good fellow" Football I, 25 Basketball I5 Track 25 Boys Leaders Club I5 Student Council 25 Hon- or Study Hall 35 Dance Club I, Quarterback Club 25 Pi- nochle Club 35 Tumbling Club I. DANLEY, PATRICIA "PAT'S "With determination for a motto, she's sure to succeed" G.A.A. I, 2, 35 Bookstore 35 Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 35 Friendship Club 2, 35 Rec- geation Club I5 Golf Club DENIHAN, ROBERT "BOB" "I've no reason to complain" Football I, 35 Wrestling 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas. 35 Automotives 'li Track Club I5 Weightlifting Club 25 Quarterback Club 35 Wrestling Club 4. 42 DOMITOR, LYNDA HLYNNH "The problem is not how to add years to your llfe, but life to your years" Nat'l Forensic League 4, G.A.A. 3, Majorette Club 3, Survey Edit Staff 3, Friendship 3, Chess Club l, College Reading Club 2. DOTY, TOM "FORKBALL" "An answer to every question" Baseball 2, Dance Club l, Pinochle Club 2, Archery 3. DOWNING, ROBERT "Boa" "Strong ln will, Bob Olts the bill" Dancing Club I, Drawing Club 2, 3, Hearts Club 3, Art Club 4. DROBN ICK, JAMES "NICK" "I dream such foolish dreams" Stage Crew l, Hearts Club 2, 3, 4, Weight-lifting, Let- terman l, Ballroom Dancing l, Platter Fans l, Century Club l. 43 DONAHUE, GUY "GUY" "All men of action are dreomers" Football l, Basketball l, 2, 3, Track l, Tennis 2, Boy's Leaders Club l, Prom Comm, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Exec, Board 3, 4, All School Play Cast 2, Prod. Stott 2, Big Show Cast 2, Survey Bus, Staff 2, 3, Lord's Hi-Y 3. 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Thespians 2, Basketball Club 3, Pre- Med 2, Galt Club 3, Hall Guard 3, 4. DOUGLAS, HENRY "HANK" "I know a little bit about a lot of things" Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track lg Boys Leaders l, 4, Class Cabinet 3, Prom Comm. 3, A School Play, Spring Play Cast l, 3, Prod. Staff 2, Big Show Cast 2, Boys Glee Club 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3. 4, Dance Club I, Golf Club 2, Fencing Club 2, Basketball Club 3, 4, Hall Guard 4. DRESHER, MARY "oREsH" "A smile so bright ls always right' Nat'l Forensic League 4, G. A.A. 3, Megaphone Club 3, Suryey 3, Friendship 3, College Reading 4. DUVAL, JULES fumes" "We'Il walk a million mlles for one of his smiles" Nat'l Forensic League 4, Basketball l, Letterman l, Track 2, Swimming 2, Boys Leaders l, Student Council 2, 4, Swim Club 2, PA Club 2, 3, Tech. 2, HBVY 2, Spring Play l, Dramatics Club l, Swim Club 2, Of- ficials Club 3, Canasta Club 4. ECKERMAN, NANCY HECK" "The height at delight" FT.A. 4, G.L.C, l, GAA. I, 2, 3, Class Cabinet 2, Prom Comm. I, Prom Al- tendent I, Student Council 2, 3, Ad Club 2, 3, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Tech, I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. i, Treas, 4, Bookstore I, All School Play Night. Cast 2, Prod. Staff 2, 3, Survey Bus. Staff 4, Oil Painting l, Y-Teen I, Flash Cards 3. EIDENIER, HARRY "ORRlN" "Ten O'cloek Scholar" Wrestling l, Letterman If Baseball I, Letterman I, Student Council I, Dance Club I, Automatives 2, Hearts 3, 4, EISKON EN, CAROL "ESKY" "A friendly gal with Many pals" F.N,A. 4, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Choir I, 2, Girl's Glee Club 3, Cadet Choir 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dance Club I, Charm Club 4. Pres. 4 ELRICK, RICHARD "RICH" "He has that winning way" Basketball I, 3, Wrestling 2, Tennis I, I-li-Y 3, Treas. 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Dance Club I, Chess Club 2, Pinochle Club 3, Wrest- ling 4. 4 EDDY, THOMAS "TOM" 'King of speech" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, F.T.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Guidance Council 2, 3, Student Coun- cnl I, 4, Hall Guard I, 3, P,A Announcer 3, 4, Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3' Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monitor 4, Survey Bus. Staff 4. I EISEN, GERALD "JERRY" "Men of few words are the best men" Camera Club 2, Stamp Club ', 2, Pinochle 2, 3, 4. ELICKER, FRED UFRED., "Clothes make the man" Cross Country 2, 3. 4, Let- terman 2, 3, Track 2, Let- termen's Club 2, 3, 4, Dance Club I, Track 2, Officials Club 3, Canasta Club 4. EMERICH, JOHN "JOHNNY" "Everything will come if a man will only wait" Wrestling I, 2, Track I, Boys Leaders I, Student Council 2, 3, Camera Club 3, P.A. Technician 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4. 44 EMTER, LYN N HLYNNU "The best is good enough" Swimming 2, Dance Club l, Automotive Club 2, Hearts 3, Canasta Club 4. ERZEN, MARILYN "SALLY-BRiLLA" "Slim and Trim" Junior Red Cross 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Girl's Glee Club l, Honor Study Hall 3, Service Squad 2 FEDERICO, FRANK "FRANK" "We say well of Frank" Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Wrest- ling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Baseball 2, Track 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club l, Survey Edit. Staff 2, Lord's Hi-Y 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Club l. FINKE, BRUCE UFINKH fishy Guyn Football l, Basketball l, 2, Baseball I, Boys Leaders l. 2,' Student Council l, Junior Red Cross l, Gymnastics l, Basketball Club 2, Hearts Club 3, Scrabble Club 4. 45 ERICKSON, BRUCE "BRUCE" "My time done come et last" Student Council 4, Choir l, Hi-Y lg Pinochle Club l, 2, 3, Physics Club 4. FASIMPAUR, RONALD "RON" "A wise men keeps his own counsel" Entered in Senior year. N,H.S. 3, 4. FENSTER, ERIC "oeEJAY" "Knowledge is power" World Affairs 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Class Cabinet 3, Prom Comm. 3, Student Council 3, PA Announcer 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, Math Club l, Ad- vanced Zoology 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Creative Writing 3, Nat'l Honor Society 4. FIORETTI, DOLORES HDEEH "A merry heart cheers all dey" G.A.A. l, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Friendship 2, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Rec- ord Club l, Ballroom Dance 2, Charm Club 2, Home Nursing 3, Creative Writing 4. FLOCKE, ANN "ANNE" "In calm tranquility she shall reign" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, F.T.A. 2. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Exec Board 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, G.A.A, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabi- net 4, Treas, 4, Student Council 4, Big Show Band 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2. 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Girls Sports Club lg Drawing and Painting 2, Student-Faculty Comm. 4. FOSTER, ROBERT "ROBERTO" "Bobs are in fashion" Track 3: Camera Club 2 Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Model Air'-lane Cl-rb l, Golf Club 2, Advanced Zoology Club 4. FOX, WAYNE "FOXY" "Crazy like a fox" Nat'l Athletnc Sclnolarshio Soc'etv 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 3, 4, Gymnastics Club l, Golf Club 2, Biology Club 3, Wrestlina Club 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4, FRENCH, JUDITH "JUDIE" "Life is full of surprises" Choir l, Friendship 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Dance Club l, 2, 4, Charm Club 2, 4. FOCARETT, TONY "TONY" "A gallant guy ln every way' Football l, 2, 4, Letterman 4, Lettermens Club 3, 4, Regents Hi-Y 4, Football Club l, 2, 3, 4. FOSTER, SUE "BUG" "I gotta love one man illl I die" G.L.C, lg GAA, l, 2, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Homecom- ing Attendant 2, Megaphone Club l, All School Pla Cast lg Survey Bus. Statyt 3, Friendship 2, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Pinochle 2, 3, Senior Cabinet 4, Choir 2 3, 4, Madrigals 4, Bi Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Hai Guard 2. FRANKOVICH, PAUL "FRANK" "We all know Paul" Honor Study Hall 3, Scrabble Club 3, Math for Fun 4, Hall Guard 3. FRIEDEL, CLAROLYN "CLARE" "She's bubbling over wlth pep and fun, Her life ls really a happy one" G.A.A. l, 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, Student Council l, All School Play Cast 2, 3, 4, Play Night, Spring Play, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 4, Prod. Staff 3, Choir l, 2, , Eucludian Bus. Staff 2, 3, Friendship 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Thespions 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. l, College Reading Club 4, Hall Guard l. 2. 46 FULLER, EUGENE "GENE" "A smile makes a good start" enior Cabinet 45 Junior Red Iross 35 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Tumbling Club 25 Symnastics Club 25 Archery Ilub 2, 3, Pres. 3. EALLAGHER, WILLIAM "BILL" "A smile shining with personality' GARGETIC, MICHAEL "MIKE" 'He has taught us laughter" Iross Country 35 Track l, 5 Stage Crew 35 Model Air- ilane Clubg l5 Browsing IIub5 Scrabble Club 4. GAUSBY, CAROL "PlNKY" Calm, cool and collected" i.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Led Cross 25 F.N.A. 45 Big how Prod. Staff 3, 45 Choir 5 Friendship I5 Honor tudy Hall 35 Dance Club l. 47 "--.es - im - . 'QUT' xt: . . 1' ' is .5 GADKE, RICHARD "sMoicEsTAcic" "Genius finds its own road" Junior Red Cross 25 All School Play Prod. Staff lg Chess Club 35 Hearts Club 45 Automotive Club 2. GALLOP, LAURIE "LAURIE" "Sweet personality has this gd.. Entered in Junior year. G,A.A. l, 2. 45 Prom Comm. 3, Student Council 35 Choir l, 2, 35 Friendship 45 Hon- or Study Hall 45 Singing for Fun 45 Flash Cards 4. GAUCH, CAROLE "GAUCHlE" "She spreads happiness with her dancing feet" l-.T,A. 45 GAA. l5 Guid- ance Council 3, 45 May Queen l5 Student Council l, 25 Swim Club 2, 3, 45 All School Play, Spring Play Cast 2, 3, 45 Concert Band l, 25 Marching Band 25 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Usher 25 Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monitor 45 Dance Club lg Nat'l Honor Society 4. GERLAND, ROBERT "BOB" "Quiet action gets results" Basketball l, 2, 3, 42 Base- ball l, 2, 3, 45 Boys Leaders Club l5 Class Officer 4, Vice-Pres, 45 Class Cabinet 3, 45 Guidance Council 3, 45 Student Council 45 Bovs Glee Club 35 Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Basketball Club 35 Baseball Club 3. GIERKE, JERRY "JERRY" "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world" GNIDOVEC, TIMOTHY "TIM" "A worker with a wiII" Baseball I, Letterman I, Tennis 3, 4, Fodel Airplane Club I, Archery Club 2, 3, Physics Club 4. GOEBELBECKER, JAMES "JIM" "Born to sing, and sing he wiII" Class Cabinet 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Boy's Glee Club 2, 3. 4, Maclrigals 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Music Ap- preciation I, 3, Scrabble 2, GORE, GEORGE "GEORGE" "George is a boy of great fame, EucIid's loss is Indiano's gain" Nat'l Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres, 4, PA Announcer 2, 3, 4, Chorr I, 2, 3, 4. Treas. 4, Luclidian Edit. Staff Ass'l Script Editor 4, Wor Affairs 2, 3, 4, Treas, 3, Pres. 4. 4. ld GLEASON, JACK "FLY-Bv.NiGi-IT" ' "He conquers who endures" Concert Band I, Chess Club 2, Foreman's Club 4, Tumbling Club I. GOBLE, TOM "GOBS" "Thot's a splash, no, fhal's Tom" Football I, Track I, Letter- man I, Tennis I, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Boys Leaders Club lg Student Council 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres, 4, Tumbling Club 3, Gym- nastics I, 3, Sec'y Treas. 3, Spirits 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4. GORDON, GAIL "GAlL" "Stars in my eyes" G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross I, 2, F.N,A. 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, 4, GirI's Glee Club 4, Euclidian Bus, Staff 2, 3, Friendship 2, Honor Study Hall 4. GORTZ, JAMES "FINGER" "To know him is to understand him" Football I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 4, Basketball I, 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 3, Lettermerrs Club 4, Boy's Leaders Club I, Sec'y-Treas. I, Choir I, Glee Club I, Honor Study Hall 3, Tumbling Club I, Pinochle 2, Baseball Club 2, 3, 4, Quarterback Club 3, 4, Foremen's Club 4, Sec'y 4. 48 GOTTHALF, DONALD "DON" "Speech is great but silence is greater" F.T.A. 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, World Affairs Club 2, Movie Club l, 2, 3, 4, Survey Edit, Staff 4, Eucuyo 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Dromatics Club l, Publica- tion Club 4, Not'l Honor Societv 4. GRAHAM, SUSAN "SUE" "A faithful hand in Euclid's Band" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, historian 4, Exec. Board 4, GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, Big Show Band 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 4, Letter- winner 3, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 4. GREGORY, BARBARA "TEX" "Deep in the heart of Texas" F.T.A. 3, World Affairs 3, 4, G,A.A. 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Spirits 4, Flash Cards 3, 4, Dir. 4. HADDEN, RAY "RAY" "Thou seemest to enioy life" Track I, Swim Team 3, Key Club 3, Platter Fans l, Chess Club 3, Pinochle Club 4. 49 I GOVITZ, ELAINE "STlNKY" "Enioy yourself" G.A.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Movie Club l, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 2, Painting and Drawing 4, Canasta Club 3, Ballroom Dancing 2. GREGORC, TONY "ANTc'lNE-T.G," "So very full of fun that he jokes with everyone" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Nat'l Athletic Scholarship Society 2, 3, 4, Spirits 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Manager 2, Letterman l, 2, Letter- men's Club 4, Boys Leaders Club l, Officials Club l, Pres. l, Student Council l, 3, 4, Pres. l, 4, Treas. 3, Exec. Board 3, 4, Prom Comm. 4, Movie Club l, Pres. l, Stage Crew 2, 3, Stage Manager 3, Biology Club 2, PA Club l, All School Play, Spring Play, Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Choir l, Glee Club l, Euclidion Edit. Staff 4, Pic- ture Editor 4, Regents Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Gov't, City Council Prs. 4. HADDEN, ROY "LOUlE" "Gabriel, blow your horn" Track l, Key Club 2, Big Show Band 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Board oi Directors 3, 4, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, Second Sergeant 4, Pit Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Dance Band l. HADDOCK, LARRY "LARRY" "A pleasing way with little ta say" Hearts Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Ballroom Dancing l, Platter Fans l, Gym- nastic Club l. HALDERMAN, NATALIE "NAT" "Make mine music" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Sec'y 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Exec. Board 3, G.L.C. 3, 4, G.A,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Advisory Board 3, 4, Class Treas, 3, Class Cabinet 3, Room Comm 3, Student Council l, 2, Vice-Pres. l, Junior Red Cross 2, Big Show Band 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 2, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Board of Dir. 4' Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 2, Spirits 4. HALL, DQNNA "PROX" "Little feet stepping into a big world" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Mayorette Club 2, 3, Big Show Cast 2, Prod. Staff 4, Euclidian Bus. Stott 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, SEUY 4, Usher 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Drawing and P0lnT"'lQ Club i, Knitting Club 2, Embroidery Club 3, Tony Chorus 3, Dance Club HALLARON, THOMAS ,,TOM,, "The joker ot all cords" Swim Club 2, Survey Edit. Staff 4, Travel Club 3, Nobles Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 2, Big Show Prod. Stott 4' 1 HAMILTON, LYNNE . HLYNNEH "Life is iust a bowl of cherries" World Affairs, Pres. l, G. A.A. l, 2, 4, Student Coun- cil l, Bookstore l, 3, Con- cert Band l, Orchestra l, Friendship 2, Honor Study Hall 3. HALE, ALAN HALANH "AlI American crewcut" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Pres. 4, Nat'l Athletic Schol- arship Society 3, 4, Football l, Basketball l, Tennis 2, Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Boys Leaders Club l, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Leader 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Honor Study Hall 3, College Read- ing Club 4, Boys State Representative 3, Pinochle Club 3, Chemistry Club 3. HALLACK, JOHANNA HJOH "You and your beautiful eyes" G.A.A. 4, Student Council 3, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, Usher 2, 3, Dance Club l, Painting and Drawing Club 2, Pony Chorus 3, Pinochle 4. HAMILTON, DIANE "DEE DEE" "D-You're u darling" Natl Quill and Scroll 4, GLC. and G,A.A. l, 2, 3, Megaphone Club 2, Treas. 2, All School, Spring Play, Prod. Staff l, 2, 3, Play Night Cast 3, Big Show Cast 2, 4, Choir l, 2, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Edit. Staff 4, Asst. Picture Editor, Survey Edit. Staff 2, 3, Bus. Staff 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Thespians 4, College Read- ing Club 4, Spirits 4. HANSLIK, BARBARA "BARB" "Sweet Memories" G.A.A. 4, Friendship 4, Pinochle Club 3, Red Cross Club 2, Home Nursing 4, Service Squad 2 3. 50 HARRIS, CAROL "SHORTY" "Short and sweet" F.T.A. 45 G.L.C. l5 G.A.A. l, 25 Prom Comm. I5 Student Council l5 Mega- phone Club 25 Big Show Cast 25 Choir I, 25 Girl's Glee Club l, 35 Friendship 2 3, 45 Pinochle 35 Hope Chest Club 4. HEBRON, VIRGINIA , "Ginny" "Silence prevails, but a smile unveils!" Friendship Club 35 Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Drawing and Painting 35 Knitting 4. HIGHLAND, LENORE "LENl" "She surely looks satisfied" Megaphone 25 Red Cross Club l, 25 F.N.A. 25 Friend- ship 25 Honor Study Hall 45 Y-Teen l. HILLIER, DAVID "GABBY" "We're glad to have him with us" Football l, 2, Letterman l5 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man l, 35 Baseball l, 2, Letterman l5 Lettermen's Club 35 Boys Leaders Club 4, Vipe-Pres. 45 Guidance Council 25 Student Council 25 Stage Crew l5 Big Show Cast 35 Lords Hi-Y 2 3 4' Honor Study Hall 3, 4,'M6ni1 tor 45 Tumbling l, 45 Chess 25 Basketball Club 35 Fore- men's Club 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Century Club l5 Weight- lifting Club 1, 5l HARRIS, ROBERTA BOBBV' "She's got something up her sleeve: a crazy bone" Megaphone Club 2, 3, Pres. 35 Big Show Cast 25 Friend- ship 2, 3, 45 Home Nursing Club 25 Y-Teen l. HENRY, JUDY "HENRY" "I know a little bit about a lot of things" GAA. l, 25 Red Cross Club 1, 2, 35 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Platter Club l. HILL, MARCIA "MARTlE" "A sweet miss" Transferred to Euclid in Senior year. G.A.A. 45 Friendship Club 45 Photography Club 4. HODGES, JERE HSAMH "Each mon is justified in his own individuality" Camera Club 4. HOFFERT, JAMES "l-lOFF" "A first rote athlete" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man l, Basketball l, 2, Letterman l, HiY 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4, HOLLAND, ROBERT "HOWE" "An honest mon has nothing to fear" Honor Study Hall 2, Golf Club 2, 3, Chess Club 4, Ballroom Dancing l HORTON, FRANK "lnto thc clouds he towers" Printing Club l, Dance Club 2, 4, Chess Club 3. HOWARD, DONALD "DON" "A sensitive guy who always will try" Wrestling 4, Tennis 2, Senior Cabinet 4, Moyne Club l, Nobles l-ll-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres 4, l-li-Y Council 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Century Club l, Weight- llltting Club 2, Dance Club HOFFERT, NANCY "NANCE" "BeautifuI, beautiful brown eyes" GAA. 2, 3, Class Cabinet 3, Prom Comm. 3, Student Council 3, Magorette Club 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Bookstore 3, Manager 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dancing tor Fun l, Platter Fans I, Game Club 2, Charm Club 2, Canasta Club 3, Vice- Pres. 3, Pony Chorus 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Nat'l Honor Society 4. HOLTZ, PAT "PATH" "With smiles and giggles all the time" Prom Comm. 3, Thespians 4, F.T.A, 3, 4, GAA. i, 2, 3, 4, Megaphone 2, All School Play, Play Night Cast l, 3, Spring Play Prod. Stott 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Grls Glee Club 3, Madrigals 4, Euclidlan Bus. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Survey B s Staff 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Dramatics Club 4, Hall Guard 4, HOVANCSEC, LOUIS "LOU" "Never work, it takes too long" Cross Country 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, ln- clian Dance Club l, Wrest- ling Club 2, Ballroom Danc- ing 3, Etching and Printing 4, Boosters Club 4, HOYCAR, NANCY "'l'WEETY" "My young and foolish heart" G.A.A. 2: Friendship Club 2. 3 4, Charm Club 4, ln- terpretive Dance 2, Social Dance Club 3. 52 HUMMON, MARY ANN "HUMAN" "Someone worth knowing, Her good qualities keep growing" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 45 Nat'l Honor Society 45 F.T. A. 3, 45 G,L.C. 45 G,A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 3,4, Letterwinner 45 Guid- ance Council 3, 45 Play Night, Spring Prod, Staff l, 2, 35 Euclidion Edit Staff 4, Art Edit. 45 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Canasta Club 35 Pinochle Club 25 Drama Club lg Survey Bus. Staff 4. HUUSARE, ARLENE "ARLENE" "Always thy friend" F.T,A. 45 G,A.A. l5 Swim Club 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 45 Majorette Club 35 F.N.A. 45 Euclidian Bus, Staff 2, 35 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Ball- room Dance Club lg Scrab- ble Club 2. JACKSA, MARGARET "MARGl E" "What a cutie is this Margie" G.A.A. 25 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Charm Club 45 Hearts Club 3, Pinochle Club 25 Dance Club l. JAMES, WARREN "WARREN" "Aw girls, leave me alone" Football 15 Basketball l, 3, 4, Letterman l, 45 Boy's Leaders Club l, 45 Stage Crew 35 Big Show Cast 2, 35 Boy's Glee Club l5 Honor Study Hall 25 Tumbling Club I5 Health Club 15 Automatives Club 25 Basket- ball Club 3, 4. 53 s s.L.,,lC,Cg,.- ki, HU NT, GEORGIA "aEoRaiA" "Georgia on my mind" G,A.A. l, 2, 35 Senior Cabi- net 45 Homecoming At- tendant 45 Survey Bus. Statl 35 Friendship 2, 3, 4, Games Club 25 Canasta Club 3, Dance Club l, Charm Clulw 2 Service Club l. IOSUE, THOMAS "IOS" "The women are always ready tor Tom" Football 25 Basketball 25 Baseball l, 3, Letterman l5 l.ertermen's Club l5 Boys Leaders Club l, Movie Clut l, l-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Weightlifting Club, l, 2' Ballroom Dancing 3, Archi- tectural Drawinq 4 JAMES, CAROLYN "A cute gal with a friendly face, Welcome anytime and any place FTA. 45 World Affairs 45 GAA. l, 2, 35 Prom Comm. 35 Hall Guard 35 All School Play, Play Night Prod. Staff Show Cast 25 Girl's Glee 3, 45 Choir l, 2, 45 Big Club 35 Survey Edit Staff 3, 45 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 35 Canasta Club l5 Pinochle Club 25 Record Club 3. JARC, JOYCE "JOYCE" "The knowing mind" Letterwinner l5 Choir l, 25 Girl's Glee Club 35 Friend- ship 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Recreation Club l5 Chess Club 25 Travel Club 35 Pinochle Club 45 Nat'l Honor Society 4. JELINEK, WILLIAM "WILLIE" "Quiet though he may be He is friendly you will see': Baseball 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Archery 2, 3, Base hall Club 3, College Read mg 4, JERIC, CHARLES Hcuuckf' "Blues stay away from me" Pinochle Club 2, 3, 4 JOHNSON, NORMAN "PAPA" "AIl the world is my pIayhouse" N.F.L, 4, F.T.A, 4, Baseball 2, Moyne Club l, Stagecrew 3, P,A Techmcian l, All School Play Night, Sclrrng Play COST 2, 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2. 3, Chair l, 2, 3, 4, Madrlgals 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Thespuans 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, Game Club I, Basketball Club 2, Can- asta Club 3, Pinochle Club 4, Nat'l Honor Socuety 4, KALBERER, NORMAN "KAL" "He lives each day In his own way" Swim Club 2, Technician l, Pinochle Club l, Hearts 2, 3, 4 JERABEC, SUE "susan" She's short, but so is a stick of dynamite G.A,A. 2, 3, Pram Comm. 3, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Y-Teens l, Pinochle Club 4, Big Show 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, 4, Madrigols 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. JOHNSON, DOUGLAS 'foousff "Today small in frame, Tomorrow, tall in fame" Basketball 2, 3, 4, Manag- er 3, 4, Letterman 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Moniter 4, Math Club l, Bridge Club 2, Reading Club 3, hemistry Club 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4, KAIB, ROBERT "BOB" "Last one in is a fish" Basketball l, Track l, Ten- nis 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Class Coucil 4, Student Council l, Camera Club 3, Swim Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders lg Golf Club 2, Foremen's Club l, Choir KAMM, DONNA "DON" "UnpretenIiaus ln everything she does" Prom Comm. l, 4, Red Cross Club 4, G.A.A. 4, Friendship 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monitor 4, Card Club l, Golf Club 2, Dance Club 3, 4, Service Club l, Drornatics Club 4. 54 KATOSIC, BARBARA "BARB" "l'm all wrapped up in dreams" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, Megaphone Club 2, Survey Edit Staff 3,4, Third Page Editor, Eucuyo 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Plnochle Club 3. KELLOGG, BETH "BETHIE" "ll's nice to watch the world go by" Girl's Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, Dance Club l, Ballroom Dance Club 2, 3, Charm Club 4. KESSLER, PATRICIA UPAT., "It's her way to please, All things she does with ease" Entered Euclid in Junior year. Friendship 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Hope Chest Club 4. KLOPOVIC, JEAN ETTE "KLOPPlE" "She enioys the pleasures she gives" G.A.A. I, 3, Prom Comm. 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Choir l, Eucuyo Edit. Staff 4, Friendship 2, 3, Sec'y of Club l, Browsing Club 2. 55 LCZ.--, . l ,f,f, KAUFFMAN, GARNETTE "GARNETTE" "Sugar and spice and ever so nice" G.A.A. 3, 4, Maiorette Club 3, 4, Megaphone Club 2, Eucuyo 4, Treas. 4, Friend- shiD 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, Pony Chorus 3, Y-Teens l. KELLY, LEE "KEL" "Blond and toll, nice to all" Cross Country 2, Track l, 2, 3, Boy's Leaders Club 2, 3, Guidance Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Travel Club 3, l?ance Club 4, Model Club KLIMA, CHARLES "CHUCK" "Philosopher of love" Football l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, Hi-Y 4, Hon- or Study Hall 3, 4, Quarter- back Club 2, Tumbling Club l. KNOW LES, SHARI HSHARH "Pretty-eyed baby" Class Cabinet 4, Choir l, Friendship 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Canasta Club 2, Pinochle Club 3. KNUTH, JAMES "JIM" "Just o happy-go-lucky fella" KOESTER, THEODORE "TED" "A friendly sort" Camera Club 2, Stage Crew 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Platter Fans l, Camera Club 2, Travel Club 3, Chefs Club 4. KOLMAN, RONALD "RON" "Shy Guy" Model Club lg Ptnochlc Club 4 KORENCIC, BARBARA "BARB" "Let your conscience be your guide" World Affatrs 2, GAA. 2, ly Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Student Council l, Choir Study Hall 3, Glee Club l' Canasta Club 3, Hope Chest Club 4, KNUTH, ROBERT "BOB" "Sincerity triumphs over olI" Football 2, Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monrtor 4, Photography l , Basketball Club 3, Concert Band l, Marchtng Band I, Orcrestra l, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Ballroom Club 4, KOKAS, DENNIS HDENNYH "Sleep, sleep, sleep" KOPRIVEK, AL "ANGELO" "Let's have wine, women, songs and laughter, Sermons and soda water after" Football l, 3, Basketball l, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Boy's Leaders Club l, Student Council l, Junior Red Cross l, Boy's Glee Club l, Lords Hi-Y 4, Basketball Club l, Football Club 2, Baseball Club 3, Golf Club 4, Hall Guard 4. KORENCIC, SALLY "SAL" "With o shining baton she marches on" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, G.L.C. 2, 3, Letterwmner l, Class Cabinet 2, 3, Sec'y 3, Prom Comm. 3, Homecom- mg Queen 4, Spring Sports Attendant 3, Student Coun- cll 4, Sec'y 4, Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Head Major- ette 4, Bookstore 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, Friendship 2, 3. Usher 2, 3, Dance Club l, Pony Chorus 2, 56 KORN BLUM, ROGER ' HRODGE "We often hear Roger repeat Blessed be the mon who invented sleep" Cord Club l, Honor Study Hall 3 KovAcH, ELAINE "BUSTER" "The world is ruled by imagination" World Aftanrs 2, 3, Euclrdxan 8.15. Staff 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Ballroom Dance 2, Writing Club 4, Drama- tlcs Club l KOZLOWSKI, BRUCE "BRUCE" "A sharp character" KRAMER, TED "I like the girls, but they frighten me, Can't someone suggest a remedy?" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Base' ball l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2 3, 4, Prom Comm, 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Pres. 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, Regents Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball Club 3, 4, Dia- mond Sports 3, 4. 57 KOSTIHA, EDWARD "YO-YO" "Easy come, easy go, Drifting along, to and fro" Arr and Dravnng Club 3, Foremens Club 4 KOZAC, JANICE 'JAN' "Janice is sweet and sincere, forever happy and full of cheer" GAA l, 2, Moyne Club 4, Clwalr l, 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Recrearlon Club l, Scralmle Clulf 2, Canasta Clulr 3, 4 KRAFT, JOYCE "Joyce "There's no joke like her ioke" GLC l, GAA l, 2, 3, Letterwlnner 1, Prom Comm l, Student Council 3, Hall Guard 4, Megaphone Club 2, 3, FNA 4, Choir l, Gnrls Glee Club l, Treas l, Eucllduan Bus, Staff 4, Sur- vey Bus Staff 4, Friend- shup 2 3, 4, Pnnochle 4, M,slc Serwce Club l, Pres l. KRAUSS, CAROL "CAROL" "Friendship is the bond of reason" F.T,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, Treas. lg Prom Comm. 3, Student Council l, Camera Club l, P.A, Announcer 4, Bug Show Cast 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Robemaster 3. Corresponding Sec'y 4, Choir Council 3, 4, GirI's Glee Ciub 2, Friendshua 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Sewing l, Woodshop 3, Drawing and Painting 4' Nat'l Honor Soclety 4. KRAUSS, RONALD "RON" "Never a care in the world" KREJCI, LANE "i-ioTRoo" "With his bright purple car you can see him from afar" World Affairs 3, 45 Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Lefterman5 Big Show Band 3, 45 March- ing Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 45 Model Airplane I5 Auto- mofives 2. KROTINE, KEN "ALICE" "Every day is ladies' day with me" Track I5 Boy's Leaders Club I5 Senior Cabinet 45 Prom Comm. 45 Choir 2, 45 Boy's Glee Club I5 Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 45 Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Danclng Club I5 Pinochle Club 2' Basketball Club 3. KUBILUS, CAROL "CAROL" "C-You're a cutie full of charm" G.A.A. 25 Prom Comm, I5 Student Councrl I5 Mayor- ette 45 Cholr I5 Survey 25 Friendship 2, 35 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Dramatic Club I5 Dancing Club I, isoimx' ive . , I -:ew mf' -i f ,vin 3 3 ' 21113 ESA, xx KRECIC, CAROLYN "CAROLYN" "A quiet happy lite she lives, Complaints are something she never gives" F.T.A. 45 GAA. I, 25 Frlendship 2, 3, 45 Service Club 25 Home Nursing 3. KRIVEC, RONALD "RON" "This 9uy is talented" Dance Club I5 Biology Club 25 Pinochle Club 3, 4. KRZEWINSKI, LEONA "LEE" "A sharp package" Hall Guard I5 Stage Crew 2, 35 All School Play Prod. Staff 35 Choir I, 2, 35 G1rI's Glee Club 35 Girl's Ensemble I5 Friendship 2, 35 Dance Club I5 Pony Chorus 2, 35 Modern Dance Club 2. KUHAR, JOANNE ,,JO,, "l'm just happy and contented" G.L.C. I5 G,A.A. I, 25 Red Cross I, 35 Big Show Cast 25 Choir 25 Friendship 2, 35 Ballroom Dancing 25 Hope Chest 4. 58 KUHAR, RAY "BuooHA" "Rhythm in every finger" P. A, Club i5 Big Show Band 35 Concert Band 45 Marching Band 45 Dance Club I5 Pinochle Club 25 Chef's Club 3. LEBANT, NELSON "NELSON" "His popularity is mainly due to the tact he's never blue" LACE, BARBARA "BARS" "Brightest and Best" World Affairs 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Prom Comm, 35 Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y l, Exec. Board 45 P. A. Tech. I5 All School, Spring Play Prod. Staff 35 Big Show Cast 3, 4, Prod. Staff 35 Choir 2, 3, 4, Correspond- ing Sec'y 45 Girl's Glee Club l5 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Canasta Club 25 Music Appreciation 25 Dance Club l5 Student Faculty Comm. 45 Nat'l Honor Society 4. LAN ESE, SALVATORE "sAu' "Som's the mon to see, a person with individuality" Swim Team 3, 45 Boy's Leaders 45 Swim Club 45 Nobles Hi-Y 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Advanced Zoology 35 Chemistry Club 59 KUZNIK, ROGER HROC, "Here ls o boy ot deepest thought: His qualities cannot be bought" Entered Euclid in Junior year. Pinochle Club 3. LaBARBERA, THOMAS 'TOM" "horn paths ot humor he does not stray, For humor finds lt's own way" LAMPE, LINDA "LINDA" "Music, music, music" F.T.A. 3, 45 World Affairs 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Student Council l, 45 F.N.A. 45 Pres. 45 Big Show 2, 3, 45 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Letterman 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Survey Bus. Staff 45 Friendship 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 25 Ensemble l5 Pre-Med Club 25 Nat'l Honor Society 4. LAPINSKAS, THOMAS "LAPlNO" "Don't frown, laugh and be merry" Football l, 25 Basketball l5 Boy's Leaders Club I5 Eu- clidian Bus. Staff 35 Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Pinochle Club 2, 35 Quarterback Club 25 Woodshop 45 Foremen's Club 45 Supervisor's Club 4. LARICK, DAVID "DAVID" "At every turn he likes to learn" Tennis 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Parliamentarian 4. LARSEN, RUSSELL "RUSS" "Russ, Russ, you're the boy tor us" Baseball 4, Track l, Com- era Club l, 2, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band l, 2, Pit Bond l, Orchestra I, Pnnochle Club 3, Chess Club 4, LAURICH, MARILYN "MARILYN" "A gal with many winning ways" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, World Affairs Club 3, 4, Volunteer Sec'y 4, G.A,A. l, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 4, Ad Club 4, F.N.A. 4, All School Play Cast l, Prod. Staff 2, Euclidian Bus, Staff 4, Euclldian Edit. Staff 4, Typ- ist 4, Prom Comm, 4, Stud- ent Councll 4, Not'l Quill and Scroll 4. LAZOR, BARBARA "BARB" "A twin delight who's quite an right" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Choir l, 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Dance Club l, Scrabble Club 2, Senior Charm Club 4. LARKIN, KAREN "KAREN" "There's starlight in your eyes" F.T.A, 2, 4, Junior Red Crass 3, Choir l, GlrI's Glee Club 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Dance Club l, Junior Charm Club 2, Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Ass't Bus. Manager 4, Dramatics Club l, Pres. Ll., GL C. 3, Senior Cabinet LAURENSON, JAMES "JIM" "A willing worker" NF.L. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, F.T.A. 3, World Affairs Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Movie Club l, Stage Crew l, 2, P A. Announcer l, 4, All School Play Cost 3, Prod, Staff 3, Spring Play Cast 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, Nat'l Hnoor Society 4, Rouml Table 2, 3. LAURICH, PATRICIA "PATTY" "Hey, carrot top" Megaphone Club 3, All School Play Cast 2, Y-Teens l, Dance Club 2, Charm Club 4, LAZOR, BEVERLY "Bay" "She proves that two are better than one" GAA. l, lntraumural Sports 2, 3, Spring Sports Queen l, Ad Club 4, Majorette Club 2, P. A. Club l, Choir l, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Dancing Club l, Service Club l. 60 LEEPER, MAXINE "MAX" "School days School daze" Choir l, 2, Frlendshtp 2, Glce Club I, Canasta Club 2, 4. LEVKOVITZ, LENORE HLENOREH "She has o kindly glance ond o friendly spirit" LLOYD, BARBARA "BARB" "A sweet gal is this Barbara" F.T.A, 2, G.L,C. l, 2, 3, GAA. l, 2, 3, Moiorettc Club 2, 3, 4, Matorette 3, 4, Bug Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Glrl's Glee Club 3. 4, Euclidion Bus. Staff 3, 4, Friendshto 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Dance Club l, Scrabble Club 2, LUCCI, ROGER "ROGER" "He runs second to no one" Cross Country 4, Track 4, Fishing Club l, Pinochle Club 2, 3, Chess Club 4. 6l LEININGER, SUSAN "SUE" "Ain't she sweet, see her walking down the street" F.T.A, 3, GAA. l, 2, 3, Hall Guard 4: Room Ser'y 3, Swlrn Club 2, 3, Friend- shrp 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Charm Club 4, Dance Club l. LEYBECK, BARBARA "BARS" "Thot's our Barb" Play Night Prod jtaff 3, Sprlng Play Cast 3, Choir l, 2, Euclt-:tan Bus. Staff 4, Treos, 4, Survey Rep. 4, Frrenclsnro 3, 4, Thesplons 3, 4, SeC'y 4, Glee Club l, Photography Club 22 Charm Club 2, Drawing and Pointing 3, Senior Cabinet 4, Music Service Committee I, Nat'l Honor Society 4. LOCKWOOU, DAVID "DAVE" "You're sure to enioy the qualities ot this boy" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Lettcr- man 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Track l. 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Sentor Cabinet 4, Class Pres. 4, Regents H-Y 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Quarterback Club 2, 3, Diamond Sports 3, LUSTRIK, BARBARA "BARBARA" "She goes along in a quiet way' LYNCH, RICHARD "DICK" "Easy came: easy go" Football 25 Track l, 3, 45 Boy's Leaders Club I5 P. A. Technician l5 Pinochle 2, 35 Chess Club 4. MAHER, ROBERTA "BOBBlE" "She has the mildest manner and the gentlest heart" Friendship 45 Music Ap' preciation 35 Charm Club 4. MANDEL, CHRIS "Ci-mis" "He can manage anything" Basketball l, 45 Tennis 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Card Club l5 Golf Club 25 Pinochle 35 Baseball 4. MARCUS, DOROTHY "DOTTIE" "She proves when all is said and done, that just being happy is a lat of fun" Senior Cabinet 45 Prom Comm. 45 Euclidian Bus. Staff 45 Survey Bus. Staff 45 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 35 Social and Ch'-rm Club 25 Scrapbook Club 35 Service Club l. MAGALENGA, JUDY "MAGGIE" "On the field she led the way, Always carefree, bright and gay" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 45 G.L.C. 3, 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Maiorette Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, Head Maiorette 45 Bookstore Worker l5 Big Show Cast 3, 45 Survey Bus. Staff 35 Friendship 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Pre- Med Club 25 Magic Circle 15 Service Club l5 Freshman Play l5 Spirits Club 3, 4. MAHONEY, PATRICIA "PATTI" "Prisoner of Love" Entered Euclid in her Junior year. Megaphone Club 35 Honor Study Hall l, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. MANGUS, NANCY HNANH "I'm sure that cares are an enemy of life" Maiorette Club l, 35 Big Show l5 Choir l, 2, 35 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 45 Ball Room Dancing 25 Big Show Prod. Staff 3. MARION, MARK "MARK" "Mark" my words, he'lI ga far" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man I, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman l, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 45 Boy's Leaders Club I5 Chozr l, 45 Boy's Glee Club 45 All School Play Prod. Staff 45 Regents Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Quarterback Club 2, 3, 45 Wrestling Club 2, 3, 45 Foremans Club 4, Vice- Pres. 4. 62 MARSHALL, WALTER "wAi.i.Y" "King of rhythm" Not'l Honor Society 3, 4, World Affairs 3, 4, Pres. 4, Student Council 4, Big Show Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Director 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Director 4, Pit Band 4, Conductor 4, Lieu- tenant 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Dance Band 2, Rep. Band 3, 4. MASON, ROBERT "DlTTO" "I could get along in my own individual way" World Affairs 2, Movie Club I, Stage Crew 2, All School Play Cast 2, 4, Canasta 3, Scrabble 4, Latin Club 2, Hall Guard Captain I. MAY, JOHN "JACK" "EucIid's movie mon" Movie Club I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall l, 3, Rec- reational Reading l, Movie Operators Club 2, 3, 4. McCARTHY, DAVID "DAVE" "King of the Wild Frontier" C1055 Country 4, Letterwin- ner- 4, Track 4, Senior C-abinet 4, Guidance Coun- cil 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 42 Big Show Prod. Staff 3, Glee Club I, Biology Club 2, Round Table 3, Stamp Club 4. 63 MARTIN, ROBERT "BOB" "He can manage anything" Football I, 2, 4, Letter- winner 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Quarterback Club 4, Baseball 2. 3, 4, Sports Club l. MASSEY, PATRICIA "PATTY" "The right thing at the right time, up the ladder of happiness she'll climb" Senior Guidance Council 4, Megaphone Club l, Choir l, 2, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, Friendship 2, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Pony Chorus 2, Hope Chest 4. M:CALL, MARJORIE HMARGIH "A model person" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Treas, 4, F,T.A. 3, 4, World Affairs 3, Guidance Council 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Chair- man 3, Student Council I, All School Play Cast 3, Big Show 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Con- cert Band I, 2, 3, 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, Pit Band 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, Euclidian Edrt. Staff 4, Ass't Ed.-in- Chief 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Usher 3, Music Ap- preciation 2. McCORMACK, ARLYNE "BlRD" "This gal has got what it takes" G.A.A. 2, Prom Comm, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, All School Play 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Piaynite 3, 4, Prod. Staff, Big Show 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club l, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Thespian 3, 4, Pony Chorus 2, Modern Dancing 3, Sing- ing for Fun 4. McCRACKEN, GORDON "GORDON" "His friendship is growing yet his personality we'll not forget" Ncit'I Athletic Scholorship Society 3, 4, Foolboll 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- mon 3, 4, Letterrnen's Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, Junior Cobu- net, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Survey Bus. Sfoff 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Honor Study Holi 3, 4, Nol"l Honor So- ciety 4, Moth Club l, NVrcslling Club 2, Quarter- bock Club 3, Physics 4, Spirits 3, 4 , MCDONALD, JEANETTE "J5ANLTTE" "Ever true, Ever more" F.T A. l, G.A.A, l, Closs Cobinet 3, Prom Comm. 3, Bio Show 4, Survey Bus Stoll 4, Friendship 3, 4, Home Nursing 3, Y-Tcc-ns l, McHENRY, DIANE "DEE" "Diane is sweet and very neat" Entered Euclid in her Junior yeor G.A.A 2, 3, Megaphone Club 3, Friendship 4, Chorm Club 4, Honor Study Hull. MEYERS, ALVIN "CASEY" "A friendly word for everyone" Boy's Leaders Club l, Con- ccrt Bond l, 2, Model Air' plone Club l, Photography Club 2, 4, Browsing Club 3. Ml MeDERMOTT, KATHLEEN "KATHiE" "To us it's clear, She is sincere" G.l..C. l, GAA. l, 2, Me ol Q phone Club l, 2, Choir l, Friendship 2, Big Show Prod Stott 2, Service Club l. McGOWAN, LOU "LOUfMA-GOO" "She does not rest Till she does her best" G,A.A, l, 2, Big Show Cosl 3, Croir l, 2, 3, Singing for Fun 4, Friendship 2 4, Dance Club lg Conostc 2, Pony Chorus 3, McMlLLION, BARBARA "ANN" "A sweet personality ha: this girl" Boll Room Dancing l Scrabble 2, Bridge 3 Pinochle 4. MIKLAVZ, ROSE ANN ,,RO,, "Nothing is impossible to ar ambitious heart. She finishes everything thai she does start" World Affairs 4, G.A.A. 3 4, Megaphone Club 3, F.N A. 4, Girl's Glee Club l 2, Friendship 4, Honoi Study Hall 3. 64 MILLER, JAMES "OSCAR" "Fancy tree and tull at fun, lim sure is a friendly one" iootball 2, 3, Wrestling 2, Ihoir l, 2, Wrestling Club I, Card Club 3, Weight -ifting 4, MILLER, ROBERT "BOB" "Something different, a little shy, but he'll be successful by and by" Movie Club 4, Astronomy Club l, Sec'y-Treas. l, Amature Photography Club 2, Round Table 2, 3, Travel Club 4, Pres. 4, MILLS, BEVERLY HBEVH "There is mischief in that smile" G.A.A. 2, 4, Megaphone Club 2, Girl's Glee Club l, Survey Bus. Staff 27 Friendship 2, Honor Study Hall 4. Monitor 4' Hope chest 4, Pinochle 5. MOCK, SANDRA "SAM" "She went to our hearts on wings of song" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Class Pres. I, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec'y 2, Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Prom Comm. l, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Queen l, Junior and Senior Homecoming Attendant 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Letter- winner l, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Sec'y 2, Girl's Glee Club l, 3, Mad- rigals 2, 3, 4, Octette 2, 3, Big Show Singer l, 2, 3, 4, Singing for Fun l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Euclidian Edit. Staff 4, Staff Editor 4, Service Club l, Pres. l, Dramatics 4, Spirits 4. 65 ,Q . .L . MILLER, MELVIN "MEL" "Mel was always on the beam, an important member of the baseball team" Football l, Letterman l, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Letter. man l, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders Club I, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Scrabble 3, Pinochle Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, Diamond Sports 3, 4, Of- ficials Club l. MILLIGAN, WAYN E "WAYNE" "Strong, silent type" Nat'l Athletic Society 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Guidance Council 3. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4, Track glub l, Quarterback Club 2, , 4, MIRENDA, VIRGINIA "GEE GEE" "Doing what comes naturally" G.L.C. l, F.N.A. 3, Choir 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Friendship 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Pinochle Club 4. MODIC. KENNETH "KEN" "Ken fills the biIl" Class Cabinet 4, Ball Room Dancing I, Weight Lifting 2, Pinochle Club 3. MOHLER, BARBARA HBARBH "Silence is the key to contentment" World Affairs 4, Movie Club 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Record Fans l, Music Appreciation 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Pin- ochle 2 MOSES, RUSSELL "Nice to everyone he knows" Cross Country 4, Captain 4, Letterman 4, Basketball I, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Moyne Club l, Big Show 2, 3, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, First Ser eant 4, Science Club l, ?rack Club 2, Chet's Club 4. MURPHY, THOMAS "MuRPi-4" "All around good sport" Dancing Club 2, Canasta Club 2, Scrabble Club 3, Pinochle Club 4. MYLAR, ELAINE "BlMBO" "None but herself can be her paralIeI" World Affairs 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Class Cabinet 4, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Play Ni ht Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Glrl's Glee Club 3, Friend' ship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Thesplans 3, 4, Drama Club l. MOSER, KAY f'MousE" "She's full of good fun" World Affairs l, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Choir I, 2, GirI's Glee Club 3, Friendship 2, 3, Hope Chest 4. MURACA, MARGARET "PEGGY" "Just naturally pleasant" F,T.A. 3, 4, World Affairs 3, G.A,A. l, 2, 3, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Play Night 3, Spring Play Cast 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Pony Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dance Club I. MYERS, LAUNCE "l.AuNcE" "With an eye to the future he prepares to meet the world" Wrestling l, Letterman I, Tumbling Club I, Wrestling Club 2, Canasta Club 3, Pinochle Club 4. NAGY, LOUIS "Quiet though he may ba, he is friendly as you vlll see" 66 NAROSKI, JOE "JOE" "l believe ln interest but not in principle" NEAT, CONNIE "CONNIE" "She's a neat girl full of pep and personality" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, F.T.A, 3, 4, G,A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Ad Club 3, 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Monitor 4, Social and Service Club l, Treas. l. NEWCOMB, RAY "RAY" "A "ray" of friendliness" Swim 2, Guidance Council 3, 4, Doncing l, Pinochle 2, 3, 4. NIPPLE, PATRICIA "NlPS" "Attention folks-look wha's here, that cute lil' gal who makes us cheer" G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, 4, First Attendant l, Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Letterwinner l, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 2, Robe Master 4, Choir Council 4, Madrigals 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Ass't Bus. Manager 4, Survey Rep. 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Service Club l, Sec'y 1, Spirits 3, 4, Exec. Board 67 NEALE, NANCY "NANCY" "A pleasant smile, a sweet way having fun day after day, F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Maioretfe Club 2, 3, Mega- phone Club 2, 3, F.N,A. 4, All School Play Prod. Staff 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, Girl's Glee Club 4, Survey Edit. Staff 2, 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Charm Club 4, Drama Club l, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. NEUSTEDT, JEANETTE "JAN" "As she goes forward every day she'll make friends in her quiet way" F.T.A. 4, Friendship 3, 4, Y-Teens I, Music Apprecia- tion 3, Charm Club 4. NEYLON, LYNN "SCOOGE" "We're fond of this blonde" NPL. 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, F.N.A. 4, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, Spring Play Prod. Staff 3, Eucuyo 2, Friendship 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Drama Club l, BE, Show Prod. Staff 3, Hope hest 4. NIXON, BEVERLY "sew" "Life goes by so quickly" G.A.A. 2, Megaphone Club 2. 3, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Charm Club 4, Music Ap- preciation 'l. NOBBE, JUDY "NOBS" "Who said I was o door knob" NFL. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, G.L.C, 3, 4, G.A.A. i, 2, 3, 4, Pres. l, Sec'y 4. Ad- visory Board 4, Letterwinner l, 4, Prom Comm. 3, 4, Ad Club 3. 4, Megaphone l, 2, All School Play Prod. Staff 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 2, 3, Mad- rigals 3, 4, Octet 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Suryey Rep. 2, 3, Friendship 2. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Usher 2, 3, Dramatic Club l, Service Club l, Spirits 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Flashcard Chairman 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4. NOSSE, LARRY "GRiNDER" "Nosse, Nosse, he's our man, if he con't do it nobody can" Nat'l Athletic Scholarship Society 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner l, 4, Wrest- ling l. 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner l, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner l, 3, 4, Lefterme-n's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders Club l, Big Show Cast 2, Choir 2, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Weight Lifting l, Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4. NOVAK, FRANK "FRANK" "Just to be happy-ga-lucky" Honor Study Hall 4, Model Airplane Club l, Music Ap- preciation 2, Hearts Club 3 OBLAK, MARLENE "MARN" "A merry heart" World Affairs 4, G.A,A. 4, Prom Comm. 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, F.N.A. 2, 4, Spring Play.Prod. Staff 3, Choir 2, Friendship 2, 3, Usher 2, 3, Dance Club 2, Nursing Club 2, Knitting Club 3, Service Squad l. NOSAN, DGLORES "DEE" "Crazy heart" Prnochle Club 4. NOVAK, BARBARA "BARB" "She always does her best" F.T.A. 2, 3. 4, World Affairs 4, G.A.A. 4, Prom Comm. 3, All School Play Prod. Stott 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Dancing Club l, Game Club 2, Archery Club 2, Knitting Club 3, Service Squad l. NOVOTNY, RICHARD "DICK" "Should I worry?" Honor Study Hall l, Golf Club l, Automatives Club 2, Chess Club 4. 0'BRlEN, TERRENCE "TERRY" "The spirit of success lies ahead" Football l, Letterwinner l, Basketball l, 3, Letterman l, Stage Crew l, 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Chess 2, 3, 4, Baseball Club 3. 68 O'BRlEN, WILLIAM "BILL" "The smiling Irishman" Football l, Honor Study Hall 3, Chess Club 3, 4. OPDAHL, TIMOTHY "RED" "This boy gets along with everybody" Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Base- ball l, 2, Track 4, Letter- man 4, Lettermen's Club l, Student Council 4, All School Pla Cast 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Archery Club 2, Diamond Sports 2, 3, Quarterback Club 3, 4, PALUMBO, MARILYN "PLUMS" "Always cheer , never lly weary G.L.C. l, G.A.A. 2, 3, Prom Comm. 3, 4, Student Coun- cil l, Megaphone 2, 3, P. A. Club 2, Friendship 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club l, Senior Cabinet 4. PAPPAS, FAYE "FAziE'f "Let n smile be your umbrella" F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3. 4, Orchestra l, 2, Survey Rep. 4, Eucuyo 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Pre-Med Club 2, Pinochle Club 3. 69 i ix ',2 75 41 OPALICH, DOROTHY "DORTH" "The eyes that smile" F.T,A. 4, GLC. l, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 4, Letterwinner 4, Choir l, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Ass't Circulation Manager 3, Circulation Manager 4, Survey Bus, Staff 2 3, 4, Friendship 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Card Club l, Fencing Club 2, All School Play Prod Staff 3, 4, Flashcards 3, 4, Advisory Board 4, Hall Guard 4, Captain 4. PALM, FRED "FREoolE" "Swing it, Freddie" Football l, 2, Wrestling l, Boy's Leaders Club l, Drum- mer, Mayor Club 3, Stage Crew 4, All School Play Cost 2, 3, Big Show Prod Staff 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Pres. 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant 3, 4, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, First Ser- geant 3, Band Director 3, 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Honor Sergeant 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Thespians 3, 4, V Pres. 4, Singing for Fun 7 PAPP, BARBARA "BARBARA'f "She must have been told silence is golden" FTA, 4, GAA l, Book- store 4, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, Friend- ship 2. 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Thespians 4, Dance Club ly Singing for Fun 4. PARR, BONNIE "BONNIE" "Not only can she define charm, she can practice ll" Entered Euclid in her Junior year. , World Affairs 2, Big Show Prod, Staff 3, Hope Chest 4, Friendship 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3. PASQUALE, DAN UPASQUALEH "Everything comes to him who waits" Track 2, Ad Club 4, Book- store 4, Record Club lp Track Club 2, lndlan Danc- nng Club 3. PEARLMAN, CAROL "sQueAl4s" "Carnegie Hall or bust" GAA, I, 2, P. A. Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Technician 2, 3, 4, Bug Show 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3 4, Solo and ensemble winner l 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Drama Club I, Pres. I, Fenclng Club 2, Musnc Appreclotron 3, Col- lege Readrng 4. PEJACK, EDWIN ,,EM,, "What Ed doesn't know isn't worth knowing" Tennis 3, 4: Trng and Slade Rule Club 2, Zoology Club 3, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4, PERKINS, GEORGE "GEORGE" "Life is iust a bowl of cherries" PATTERSON, RONALD "RON" "With hls camera he marches on" Enter 3, Camera Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Euclidian Photog- rapher 4, Golf 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, PEGORARO, JAMES "PEG" "Hold the fort, girls, I'm coming" Football I, 2, Letferwinner I, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwrnner l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, Letterman l, Ten- nis l, Letterwinner l' Let- termen's Club 3, 4, Euclid- lan Bus. Staff, Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Card Club I, Basketball 2, 3, 4. PENNER, .IAN ICE "JANlCE" "Always ready to flash a smIle" PERTICK, MICHAEL "MICK" "A pleasing way with little to soy" Football I, 2, Basketball I, Baseball I, 4, Boy's Leaders Club I, 2, Camera Club l, 2, P.A. Club I, Honor Study Hall 3, Pin- ochle Club 4. 70 . PERUSEK, BEVERLY "Bev" "Success will be hers" F.T,A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Prom Comm. 4, Swim Club 3, 4, P. A. Club 3, All School Play Prod. Stott 2, 3, Spring Play Prod, Staff 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Euclidian Bus. Stott 4, Euclidian Edit. Staff 4, Typist 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Plotter Club l, Service Squad 2, Hall Guard 3, Flashcards 4. Advisory Board 4, Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4. PETERS, FRED "FRED" "My heart ls happy" PHELPS, JUNE "l-lElDE" "Why stay blue, do as I do" G.A.A. 2, Choir 2, Glee Club I, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Pinochle 3, 4, Party Games 2, Archery 3, Journalism I. PIERRET, KATHIE "KITTY" "She glves pleasures one cannot measure" Jr. Red Cross l, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Friend- ship 4, Social Dancing 3, Singing for Fun 4, 7l i hi? c- rfxxq -1 PETELINKAR, RICHARD "RICK" "Short of speech-never" Honor Stud Hall 4, Biolo y Club 2, galypso Club 2, Pinochle Club 3. PETRICH, NANCY "NAN"' "Now our golden days are at an end" Nat'I Honor Society 3, 4, GAA, 2, 4, Guidance Coun- cil l, 3, 4, Prom Comm. 4, Student Council 4, All School Play Cast 3, Prod. 2, Play Night Cast 2, 4, Choir lg Friendship 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, Sec'y-Treas. 3, Usher 3, Thespians 3, 4, Scribe 3, 4, Pinochle 4, Archery 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Typing 4, Party Gomes 2. PICKETT, BEATRICE "BEA" "Her hair is her crowning glory" GA.A. 2, P. A. Club l, 3, Sec'y l, Friendship 3, Drarnatics l, Games 1, Archery 2, Scrabble 3, Music Appreciation 3, Home Nursing 4. POKRANT, LEONARD "Len" "A sh guy, but hard to beat-Someone really nlce to meet" Movie Club 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Model Plane Club I, Automatives 2, Photog- raphy 4. PORTER, SPENCER "SPENCE" "He lives each day, in his own way" Basketball l, Music Ap- preciation 2, Student Coun- cil l, Dance Club l. POTTS, THOMAS "TOM" "This boy is one of the best. His friendliness shines above the rest" Scrabble 2, Pinochle 3, Photography 4, POWELL, RONALD "RON" "Ab-sorbed in deep thoughts" PRIEST, MAXINE HMAXH "Variety Girl" Not'l Honor Society 3, 4, G.A,A. 2, 3, Prom Comm. 41 Student Council 3, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Spring Play Cost 2, 3, 4, Big Show Cost 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Pianist l, 2, 3, 4, Choir Council 3, 4 POTICHNY, ELAINE "LOU" "Sweet ond nice to all who know her" G.L.C. 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Ad Club 3, 4, Megaphone 2, Survey Bus. Staff 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, Service Club l, Dance Club l, Nat'I Honor Society 4. POUSE, DARLENE "SMUGGLES" "Artistry in Moods" Entered Euclid in her Junior year. Class Cabinet 4, Megaphone 3, Friendship 4. PRICE, RICHARD "No matter what paths, roads or ways, he will remember his high school days" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man l, 4, Baseball l, 3, Letterman l, Boy's Leaders Club l, Choir l, Canasta 3. PRIMEAU, JAMES "FRENCHlE" "Elvis never heard of him" Football l, Cross Country 3, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Boy's Leaders Club l, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4, Lords Hi-Y 3, 4, Wrestling Club l, 2, 3, 4. 72 RAFTER, CAROL "KAY" "Climbing the stairway to unknown heights" G.A,A. I, 2, 45 Class Cob:- net 35 Prom Comm. 35 Movie Club I, 25 Megaphone Club 25 Friendship 2, 35 Service Club I, 35 Knitting Club5 Canasta Club 4, RANKIN, MARGARET "MARGlE" "Margie, we're always thinking of you" Sports Queen Attendant I5 F.'I'.A. 45 GAA, l, 2, 3, Class Cabinet 45 Student Council I5 Megaphone Club 2, 35 Friendship 2, 35 Dance Club I. RAYER, JOANNE UO., 'Someone sweet" G,A.A. I, 25 Megaphone Club I, 2, 35 All School Play Prod. Staff 45 Girl'S Glee Club 45 Cadet Cholr 45 Frlendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, Honor Study Hall 35 Charm Club 45 Social and Service Club I. REDFERN, JACKIE V "JAKE" "What's the word, Mr. , , Bl'hebird" Nat'I Quill and Scroll 3, 45 G.L,C, I, Capt. I5 G.A.A. 2, 35 Attendant to Queen I5 F.N.A. 45 Big Show 25 Choir 2, 45 Survey Bus. Staff 45 Eucuyo 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Poetry Editor 45 Friend- shiD 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Dancing Club I5 ?u?ing Club 25 Publications 73 .rv vm-v f RANDALL, ROBERT "BOB" "A walking dictionary" N F,L, 2, 35 Nat'l Qulll and Scroll 3, 4, World Atfalrs 25 Track I, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Letterman 3, 45 All School Play Cast 2, Prod Statt 35 Cholr 45 Survey Edlt Staff 3, 4, Eucuyo Edit. 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Blology Club 3, Chess Club 4 RASH, DENNIS "LOOPER" "A demon on the court" Natl Quill and Scroll 4, Basketball I, 2 3, 4, Letter- '-nan 4, Tennis 3, 4, Letter- man 4, Boy's Leaders I, Student Councnl 3, Survey Edit Stat' 3, 4, SpOrt5 Edit 4, Sports Club l, Basketball Club 3, 4 Splruts 4 REBER, CAROLE "CAROLE" "'Tis my chief delight to do the things I might" RESS, LINDA LEE "GlGel.E5l' "Bright and gay, that winning way" F,T.A. 3, 4, Exec. Board 45 G.L.C, I, 21 GAA. I, 25 Student Councll I, 25 Cam- era Club I, Sec'y I5 All School Play, Play Night Prod. Staff I, 2, 4, Cast I, 2, 45 Bug Show Band 45 Concert Band I, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band I, 2, 35 Croir I5 Survey Edit, 45 Eucuyo 4, Clrculation Manager 45 Friendship 3, 4, Usher 2, 45 Honor Study Hall 45 Pinochle 35 Publications 45 Y-Teens I, 25 Nat'l Honor Society 4, RICHARDS, PAUL "PAUL" "There's no trown on his brow" Football 2, Swimming 3, 4, Letterman 4, Boy's Leaders Club l, 4, Student Council 2, Swim Club 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Choir l, Hi-Y 2, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, World Affairs l, Biology Club 2, Hearts Club 3, Physics Club 4 RIEHL, LOIS "LOlS" "Not quantity, its quality" ROCHKAR, DIANE "RoCi41E" "Field and court, she's iust e good sport" GAA. l, 2, 3, Maporette Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Chow 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, ecord Club l, Knitting Club 2, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, Pony Chorus 4, Honor srudy Hall 3, Novi Honor Society 4. ROSE, CHARLOTTE "CHAR" "A gentle disposition, she fits any position G.A.A. 2, Big Show Cast 2, GirI's Glee Club l, 3, Choir l, Cadet Choir 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation 2, 3, Hope Chest 4. 131' L. ,L ,..x f- 'Q ist A is 'U M X If 'N 4' L g 4 ,y .. Ns' Q, . .A mst- ' my. .33 file Y ME .w,,..g' at gp ww, X 3 t ' 'r X iw it wi a 'Tips ix fx -V il Q25 1 RIDINGER, JOHN "BLONDY" "My kingdom for n football" Football l. 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 3, Track l, Letterman l, Letterrnen's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders l, Regents Hu-Y 3, 4, Officials Club l, Juarterback Club 2, 3, Class Cabinet 4. RITCHIE, GLORIA "RICKIE" "I'm very much engaged' Friendship 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Party Gomes lg Plnochle Club 3, Hope Chest 4. ROGERS, JAMES "JIM" "Roger: l've got W' Baseball l, 2, Hearts Club I, 2, Party Games I, Plnochle Club l. ROSE, GUILA "suv" "Sweet as u 'Rosen' F.T.A. 2, GAA. 4, Friend' ship 2, 3, 4, Knitting Club 2, Pinochle Club 3, 4. 74 ROSE, JERRY "JERRY" "We're glad to have him with us" Key Club 45 Boy's Leaders Club I5 Foremen's Club 4, ROTH, BETTY "BETTY" "Cute and sweet, nice to meet" Friendship l, 25 Dance Club lg Music Appreciation 25 Charm Club 4. RUNO, JACQUELINE "JACKIE" "In her quietness, she has charm" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 4, Sec'y l5 Movie Club 25 All School Play Prid. Staff 45 Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, Assit. Copy Edit. 45 Friendship 2, 3, Usher 25 Bridge Club I5 Knitting Club 25 Honor Study Hall 3, 45 Canasta Club 45 Service Club 35 Dance Club l. SALAJCIK, HELENA "HELENA" "ls she not a modest young lady?" 75 ROSKOPH, BARBARA "MOUSE" "l've got rhythm" Megaphone Club l, Choir lg Friendship 25 Service Club 25 Charm Club 4. ROW, GARY HGARYI. "A calm and possessed young man" Movie Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treos, 45 Electronics Club I lg Browsing Club 25 Scrabble Club 4 RYDER, WILLA "WILLIE" "Oh, you cute little redhead!" G,L,C. 45 G.A,A. I, 2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 3, 45 Stu- dent Council 35 Mciorette Club 35 Megaphone Club l, 25 Big Show Cast 2, 3, - Prod, 35 Choir l, 2, 3, 4 Sec'y 4, Cabinet 45 Girl's Glee Club 35 Euclidlan Bus. Staff 2, 35 Survey Bus. Stott 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, SAMIDA, PATRICIA "PAT" "Always on the go, someone nice to know" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- w.nner l5 Hall Guard 45 Movie Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 45 Jr. Red Cross l, Pres. I5 F.N.A. 3, 45 Friendship 25 Honor Study Hall 45 lefome Nursing 2, 3, Pres. 35 Creative Writing 4. SAMSA, MARILYN "SAM" "Hitch your wagon to a star" N F.l.. 4, G.l..C. 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Bug Show Cast 2. 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3. 4, Gnrl's Glee Club 3, 4, Euclid- man Bus. Staff 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dramatics l, Home Nursing 2, Geography I, Play Prod, Club l. SANDERS, DONNA "KlTTEN" "A girl has a right to change her mind" G.A.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Swim Club 3, 4, Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, Treas. 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Dramatncs Club l, Home Nursing 2, Geography l, Service Club l SAYAT, MARK "MARK" "Pick of the crop" SCHONHUITT, EVELYN "EVIE" "A cute little package" Ad Club 2, Choir l, Charm Club l. SAN DA, JOANNE ,,JO,. "Smile and the whole world smiles with you" N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Lette-rwrnner l, Class Cabinet 4, Sec'y, Maiorette Club 2, Guidance Council 3, 4, Student Council 3, Spring Play Cast All School Play Prod. Stott! l, 3, Blg Show 2, Co-Chairman Com- munity Chest 4. SANTEE, SANDRA "SANDY" "She travels the highway to happiness" G,L,C. 3, 4, G,A,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Malorette Club 2, 3, F.N. A. 4, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, Eucuyo 2, Frrendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Dramatics Club ', Geography Club '. SCHEEL, KENNETH "KEN" "A's and B's, never C's" Orchestra l, Photography Club 2, Scrabble Club 3, Pinochle Club 4. SCHREINER, ELIZABETH "BETTY" "So full of fun, she lakes with everyone" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Student Council 4, Movie Club 3, 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, Choir l, Survey Edit. Staff 4, Drama Club l, Pre Med. 2, Creative Writing 4, Music Appreciation l. 76 SCHROCK, LINDA "LIN" "Vim, vigor, and vitality" G.A,A. I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- winner lg Class Cabinet 35 Megaphone Club l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner I, 4, Capt. 2, Big Show Cast 2, 4, Prod. Staff 3, Choir l, 2, 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Sec'y 4. SCOTT, WILLIAM "BILL" "The tall silent type" Football 4, Baseball l, 25 Track 3, Letterman 3, l.ettermen's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders I, Nobles Hi-Y l, 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Diamond Sports 2, Quarter- back Club 4. SEAMAN, DONNA "SEAWEED" "A tashlon page from Vogue" G.A.A. I, G.L.C. I, Class Vice Pres. lg Megaphone Club 35 P. A. Club lg Choir lj Girl's Glee Club lg Friendship 3, 4, Usher 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 35 Knitting Club lg Dance Club 2, Charm Club 4. SIEBER, SHIRLEY "SHlRT" "Beauty is lt's own excuse for being" G.A.A. 3, 4, Swim Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Maiorette Club 3, Survey 4, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Pre-Med 2, Modern Dance Club lg Creative Writing 3. 77 SCHWARTS, GAIL "GAlLEY" Pleasant, peppy and personality pus" Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, G.l..C. I, 3, 4, Pres. 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3 4, Treas 35 Exec. Board 4, Mega- phone Club l, Cheerleader lg Choir lg Euclidian Bus. Staff 35 Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4g Business Manager 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Usher 25 Honor Study Hall 3, Nursing Club 2. SEAMAN, DALE "DALE" "The best athlete playa to win." SHUSTER, PATRICIA "PUDDl.ES" "She's got that linglif iangle, iingle" G.L.C. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, Choir 1, Girl's Glee Club lg Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Canasta Club 3, Pinochle Club 3. SKERLY, VIVIAN "Viv" "A smile, o din-iple, Sweet and simple" G.A.A. 4, Friendship 3, Honor Study Hall 4, Music Appreciation 3, Browsing Club 3, Pointing and Draw- ing Club 4. SLAPNICHER, ANTHONY UTEDH "Whatever sholl come, he can meet ond conquer" Entered Euclid in his Senior year. SMITH, BEVERLY HazvH "Some thlnk the world ls mode for fun and trolle- So do ll" F.T.A. 4, World Affairs 3, G.L.C. l, 4, G.A.A, 4, Prom Comm, 3, 4, Bookstore Manager 4, All School Play, Play Night, Spring Play Prod, Stott 3, 4, Choir lg G.rl's Glee Club l, Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 2. 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Y-Teens l, Dancing Club 2, Flashcards 3, 4. SMITH, PATRICK "PAT" "He always come through for the gold and blue" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Track 3, Letterman 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 2 Cabinet 4, Student Council 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Quarterback Club 2, 3. SOEDER, DOROTHY "DOTTlE" "Her sewing encourages us elf' Platter Fans lj Drawing and Painting 2, Scrabble Club 3, Publications 4. SMEBY, JOHN 'UOHNH "Silence prevails, but o smile unveils" Concert Band l, 2, Chem- istry Club l, Physics Club 2, Basketball 3. SMITH, DENNIS "oENNY" "Such and so varied are the tastes of menl" Nat'I Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4, Football l, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Manager 2. Letterman 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman l, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, 4, Student Coun- cil l, 2, P. A, Tech. l, Key Club 4, Bookstore 3, Survey Edit. Staff 4, Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Scrabble Club 3, Co-Chair- man Community Chest Drive 4. SODERBERG, LORETTA "LORl" "l "Survey" everything of interest" Nat'I Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Ncit'l Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Student Council 4, Exec. Board 4, Malorette Club 2, Spring Play, All School Play Prod. 2, Choir 4, Big Show .4, Spirits 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, Assistant Edit. 3, Edit.-in-Chief 4, Bus. Staff 3, Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Treas. 3, Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Usher 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 3. SOLON, MARTHA "SARTH" "lt's commendable, She's dependable" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4, G.L.C. l, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 3, Exec. Board 4, Usher 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Choir l, 2, Girl's Glee Club 3' Mega- phone l, Dance Club 2, Pinochle 2. 78 SOMRAK, TERRY "LEW" "Still water runs deep" World Affairs lg Music Ap- preciation 25 Browsing Club 3, Singing for Fun 4. STADLER, PATRICIA "PAT" "She lives ln peace with all mankind" G.A.A, l, 2, 3, F.N.A. 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Knit- fi Club lg Home Nursing giuivoodshop 35 Singing for un 4. STEELMAN, EARL "EARL" "Ho ls a boy of deepest thought, His quolltles cannot he boughf' STEGURA, ROBERT "BOB" "Little Giant" 79 SPRING, ARTHUR "ART" "Come what may: Tomorrow's another day" Pmochle Club lg Canasta Club 2, 3, Dancing Club 4. STANKIEWICZ, LORETTA "LORI" "By being herself she shines" GAA. lg Jr. Red Cross lg Bio Show Prod. Staff A Friendship 45 Honor Study Hall 45 Modern Dance 35 All Club 2. STEGH, KENNETH "ELVlS" "Always a friend ls our boy Ken" Pinochle Club l, 3, Canasta Club 2. STELLUTI, DELORES "DEE" "A little spark plug in every crowd" G.l..C. l, 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Pres, l, Letlerwinner lj Choir lg Euclldian Bus, Staff 3, Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 45 Girls' Recreation lg Hall Guard 4, Honor Study Hall 3. STENGER, CHARLES "CHARLIE" "His friendships are growing, and his personality we'll not forget" F.T A, 4, World Affairs l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Red Cross I, Scuence Club l, Treas. l. STERMOLE, ELAINE HSTERMH "She's absorbed in deep thoughts" G.A,A. l, 2, 3, Movie Club 3, 4, Chour l, Soph. Choir 2, Fruendshlp Club 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, Moth Club l, Photography Club 2, Chess Club 2, Music Appreciation 3, Plnochle 4 STINSON, BARBARA "BARR" "Friendliness becomes happiness" Entered Euclid High in her Junior year. Honor Study Hall 4. STROHM, PAUL "BALoYf' "He shines from within, He'll always win" Football l, 2, 3, Letterman 3, Basketball l, Track l, 2, Letterman 2, Class Cabinet l, 4, Student Councnl l, 7' Movie Club l, Hn-Y 2, Gymnastics l, Quarterback Club ,Z 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Class Officer l, Vice-Pres. l. STENGER, LARRY "RED" y . "Didn't you know I was here" Football l, Letterman l ' Survey Edit. Staff 2, Pinochle 3, 4. STEVENS, JAMES "J lM" "Eyes so dark, with a friendly spark" Dancing Club l, 2, Basketv ball 2, Chess Club 3, Drawing Club 4. STONE, ROBERTA "BERTlE" "A sweet gal to have around, A good friend like her cannot be found" G.L.C. l, 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Senior Cabinet 4, Prom Comm, 3, Megaphone Club l, 2, J. V. Cheerleader l, 2, F.N.A, 3, 4, Sec, 4, Big Show Cast 4, Choir l, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Frlendship 2, 3, Usher 2, Honor Study Hall 4, Pin- ochle Club 3, STEUHRINGIR, JEAN "STRlNGER" "Jeannie, with the light brown hair" G.L.C. lj G.A'.A. l, Swim Club 3, 4, Megaphone Club lg Stage Crew 4, Girl'5 Glee Club 2, 4, Big Show Cast 4, Friendship 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Dance Club l. 80 SULLIVAN, ROGER "Sl LLY" "Silence prevails, but ci smile unveils" Football l, 2, 4, Chess Club 2, Quarterback Club 4. TABOR, JOE ANN ,,JO,, "Jo always does her best" Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Choir l' Ball Room Dancing 2, 3, Modern Dancing 2, 3. TAPASSI, ANDREA "DORl" "When Dori dances with me" G.A.A. l, Friendship 2, Dramatics I, Ballroom Dancing 2, Charm Club 4, Modern Dance Club 2, Red Cross Club 3. TEGEL, WILLIAM "BILL" "On the mound, I-Ie's triumph bound" Basketball I, 2, 3, Wrest- ling 4, Letterman 4, Base- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman I, 4, Lettermen's Club 4. Dance Club 1, 2, Guidance Council 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Basketball Club 3, Al?iamond Sports Club 2, , . 8l SWANEY, JUDITH "JUDY" "Never lets her studies interfere with her work" GLC, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Letterwxnner l, P r O m Comm, 3, Big Show Cast 2, Cholr l, Glrl's Glee Club 3, Soph. Cholr 2, Survey Edit. Staff 4, Class Cablnet 3, Eucuyo 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Exec, Board 4, Pres. Senior Chapter 4, Usher 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Dance Club l, 2, Travel Club 3, Pinochle Club 2, Publications 4, Spirits 4. TAHON, CHARLES "cHucK" "As a comic, He's atomic" TAYLOR, WILLIAM "BILL" "An example of a good guyn Camera Club I, Quarter- back Club 2, Chess Club 3, 4. TEMPLIN, RENA "REBEL" "This gal makes you look twice" Nat. Quill and Scroll 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Guidance Council 3, 4, Megaphone Club 2, Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, Front Page Editor 4, Eucuyo 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club l, Vice- President , N.H.S. 4. TENCH, TOM "TINY "He lives for fun and enioyment out of life" Football 2, 3, Letterman I, B sketball I, Baseball I, 2, 4, Concert Band I, 2, 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Basketball Club I, Dancing Club 2, 3, Foremen's Club 4. THOMAS, JON "PlNHEAD" "This gentleman is a ladies man" Football I, 2, Co-Captain 2, Letterman I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain I, 2, Letterman I, 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders I, Senior Cabinet 4, Guidance Council I, 2, Student Council 2, Big Show Cast 2,5 Choir I, 2, 3, Boy's Glee Club I, 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Lord's Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Dance Club I, 2, Quart- erback Club 2, Basketball Club 2, Diamond Sports Club 2, 3. TIMCO, RONALD "RED" "Quite the friendly lad." Scrabble Club 3. TOWN, JUDY "JUDY" "Almost as bright as her hair" GAA. I, 2, 3, 4, Mega- phone Club I, 3, J. V. Cheerleader 2, Big Show Cast 2, Choir I, 2, Girl's Glee Club 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Travel Club 3, Creative Writing 4, THOMAS, JAMES "J IM" "Lift your head up high ond you'Il show the vor d" Zoology 3, Physics Club 4. THOMAS, MARLENE "MARTY" "Quiet as o mouse, Gentle os a lamb" F,T.A. 2, G.A.A. l, 3: Jr Red Cross 3, F.N.A. 4, Bla Sl-ow Cast 2, Friendship Club 2, Scrap Book Club I: Adventures with Business Machines Club 4. TOTH, HENRY "HANK" "Mild, yet he satisfies" Music Appreciation I X Photography Club Club 2, 4, Pinochle I. TOZZI, JOHN "Joi-iNNiE" "Man Alive" 82 ULMANN, JOAN "JOANNlE" 'Ninety-nine and forty-tour one-hundredths percent true" S.A.A. I, 2, 4, F.N.A. 3, , Friendship Club 2, 5, lsher 2, Home Nurse Club , Bi Sister I, Scrabble r it 3' 4 .lu , . VACCARIELLO, NICHOLAS "VACC" 'Work fascinates me- I :on sit and look at it for hours" Nrestling 4, Student Coun- :il l, Ad Club 2, Key Club 1, Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Bond l, 2, 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Uinochle Club l, 2, Dance Ilub 3, Cribbage 4, Hall Suard 4. VAH, RICHARD "DICK" "No sinner, no saint, but still a devil" Football I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 4, Wrestling l. 2, 3, 4, Letterman l, 4, Track 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Boy's Leaders 4, Guidance Coun- cil 3, Choir l, Boy's Gle' Club l, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Regent's Hi-Y 4, Hon- or Study Hall 4, Dance Club l, Golf Club l, Wrestling Club 2, Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4. VALENTI, ALBERT HA,-H "Speedy Valenti and his crazy cats" Class Cabinet 2, 3, Guidance Council 2, 3, All School Play Cast 2, Spring Play Cast 2, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Dance Club 3, Pres. 3, Card Club 2, Big Show Prod. Staff 4. 83 S-rr ff URGELEIT, LEONARD "LENNY" "Sporty Smile" Football l, Letterman l. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man l, Stage Crew l, Stage Craft l, Ball Room Dancing 2, Basketball Club 2, 4, Pinochle Club 3. VADAKIN, WILLIAM "BILL" "l have no strite to bother my lite- So I paddle my own canoe" VALDUGA, ARLENE HPHEBEH "Her grocetul hands are soothing comfort to a piano" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, FT.A, 3, 4, World Affairs Club l, G.L.C. 3, 4, GAA, l, 2, 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Ad Club 3, 4, All School Prod. Staff 3, Big Show Band 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, Pit Bend 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Edit. Staff 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. Exec. Board 4, Honor Study Hall Monitor 3, 4, Service and Social Club l, Student Faculty Comm. 4. WAKELEE, JUDITH "JUDY" "I cun't help it, I'm iust o genius" N.F.L. 4, Nat'l Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Bookstore 4, All School Play Cast 4, Prod. Staff 2, 3, Play Night Proa Staff 2, 3, 4, Spring Play Prod, Staff 2, 3, 4, Euclid- ion Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Survey Edit. Staff 2, 3, 4, Copy Editor 4, Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Pub- lications Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, Dramatics Club I. WALDMAN, GAIL "WORDS" "lnspiration and genius- one and the same thing" N.F.L, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, World Affair's Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, P, A, Club 2, 3, 4, Announcer, All School Play 2, 3, 4, Director 4, Cast 3, Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Sormg Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Survey Edit, Staff 3, 4, Feature Editor 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Thesplans 3, 4. WALTERS, WILLIAM "BILL" "A lot of friends he has made because of cheertulness displayed" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Choir 4, Modrigals 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4, Track Club 3, 4 WARD, RICHARD "RICK" , "He's "Rich" in friends" Football 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Honor Study Hall 4, Quart- erback Club 3, 4, Pinochle 3, Automatives l, 2, WATKINS, JERRY "JERRY" "A penny saved is a penny earned" Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4, All School Play Prod, Staff 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, Choir l, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Model Club l, Charm Club 2, Travel Club 4. WALL, RAYMOND HRAYH "This Wall is ever sturdy and capable" Track l, Tennis 2, 3, Prom Comm. 3, Student Council 4, Key Club 3, 4, All School Play Cast 2, Survey Busi- ness Staff 3, 4, Advertising Manager 4, Eucuyo 4, Scandal Sheet Editor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Publications Club 4, Auto- matives Club 2. WALTON, BRIAN "i.iMEY" "l say, anybody for a spot of tea?" All School Play Cast 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Madrlgals 4, Orchestra 2, Music Ap- preciation l, 2, 3, Drawing and Painting Club 4. WATERWASH, JAMES "JIM" "You may think that Jim is quiet, watch out, though, he's a riot" Track l, 2, 3, 4, P. A. Technicians l, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Track Club 2, Gymnastics Club 4, Flash Cards 4. WAWRZYNIAK, JAMES "WAWRZ" "TaIl, tailored, and poised" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Nat'l Athletic Scholastic So- ciety 3, 4, Football 3, Letterman 3, Track 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, P. A. Announcer 3, All School Play Stage Director 4, Euclidian Edit. Staff 4, Ass't Mounting Editor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Dance Club 2, College Reading Club 4, Officials Club 3, 84 WEISS RICHARD "A real "Wise guy Chess Club 2 3' Pinochl Club 4. . "wEAsLE" -ji ef w G - .Q I! , . e . Lit' . 1 "" .ix .N ,S s ff 7- . I-. 4 XA L Ks WERTENBERGER, ORLOW "WERT" "Mighty, Mighty Man" Student-Faculty Comm. 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man I, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Letterman I, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man I, 3, 4, Track I, Letterr-nan's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders I, Class Vice Pres 2, Class Cabinet 3, Prom Comm. I, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 4, Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4, Choir Council 3, 4, Boy's Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Dance Club I, Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Club 5, 3, 4, Baseball Club I, 2 , 4. WHISLER, JILL "JILL "Cute is she, nice company" Entered Euclid in her Junior year. , Senior Cabinet 4, WILLIAMS, GAIL HGAIL., "A sweet smile is always In style" 85 WERLEY, RICHARD "RICH" "No coword's soul is mine" Boys Leaders I, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod Staff 3, 4 Concert Band I, Chair 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 2, 3, -1, Euclidian Bus Statt 2, 3, 4, Dance Cluu I, 2, Canasta Clua 3 WEST, KENNETH "KEN" "The west is so full of fun- ond so is our Ken" WIGHT, THOMAS "TOM" "Character and witf- For leadership he's fit" Nat'I Quill and Scroll 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Nat'l Athletic Society 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man I, 3, 4, Basketball I' Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- man I, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Boy's Leaders Club I, Student-Faculty Comm. 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, 4, Guidance Comm 4, Prom Comm. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Jr Red Cross 2, Lord's Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, 3, 4, Dance Club I, Biology Club 2, Quarterback Club 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Big Shaw 2, 4, Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, Pit Band 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Bus, Manager 4. WILLIAMS, JOHN "ROOKIE" "Oh Johnnie, how you can love" Football I, 2, 3, Letterman 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, Base- ball I, 2, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, Senior Cabinet 4, Stage Crew 4, Lord's Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Quarterback Club 2, 3, Cribbage Club 4, Dance Club I. WILLIAMS, PATRICIA "WILLIE" "Happy-go-lucky" G.L.C. 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ad- visory Board 4, Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader i, 2, 3, F,N.A. 4, Prom Comm 3, Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Friendship 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3. WITTINE, MATTHEW "MATT" "Beware the fury of a patient man" WOLF, CAROL "WOI.FlE" "A kindly grace, A pleasant face" G.A.A. l, 2, 3, All School Play Prod. Staff 3, 4, Play Night, Spring Play 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 2, Charm Club 4, Service Clcb l. WOTAWA, MARY ANN "MARY" "A kindly grace, A friendly face" F,T.A. 4, World Affair's Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, F.N.A. 4, GirI's Glee Club l, Cadet Choir 4, Friend- ship 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Chess l. WISE, JAMES "J IM" "A "wise" man goes far" F.T.A. 4, Movie Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Model Club l, Photography Club 2, Travel Club 3, Jr. Motion Picture Council 4. WOLANSKI, SUSAN "sue" "Sweet Sue, just you" GAA. l, 2, 3, Maiorette Club 3, 4, Majorette 4, Megaphone Club 3, Big Show Cast 2, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Pony Chorus 4, Scrap Book l. WOLF, FRANCES "FRANCES" "Friendliness is one of her virtues" Entered Euclid in her Junior year F.N.A. 4, Clinic Sec. 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Friend- ship Club 4, Painting and Drawing Club 3, Knitting Club 4. WRIGHT, CYNTHIA "CINDY" "Just neat and sweet" G.L..C, l, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Guidance Council 4, Student Council 4, Stage Crew 2, Bookstore l, Concert Band l, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Edit. Staff 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Drawing and Paintin Club 2, Archery Club 3, College Reading Club 4, Home rts Club l, Pres. l. 86 YAGER, MILDRED "MILLl E" "Thot's our Millie" Nat'l Honor Society 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, 4, Prom Comm, 3, 4, Student Council l, G.A.A, 3, 4, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, Play Night Prod. Staff 3, Concert Bond lj Survey Edit. Staff 2, 3, 4, Clubs Editor 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Thespians 3, 4, Recreation Club l, Brow- sing Club 2, College Read- ing Club 3. YOCKEY, PATRICIA "PAT" "l've got a date with rhythm" Student Council 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Croir l, 2, Boll Room Dancing Club l, Pony Chorus 2, 3, 4. ZAHLER, WILLIAM "BUZZY" "Always leave 'em laughing" Nfit'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 4, Ten- nis 3, 4, Letterman 3, Prom Comm. l, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Key Club 3, 4, ln- ternatianal Delegate 3, All School Play Cast 2, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Pres, 4, Vice Pres, 3, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Advertising Manager 3, Sur- vey Edit. Staff 4, Cartoonist 4, Lord's Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas 3, Pres. 4, Dance Club l. ZANYK, JOHN ,.SKlP,, "And the band marches on" Boy's Leaders Club l, Movie Club l, Stage Crew l, P. A. Club I, Big Show 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 1 3, 4, Marching Bond 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Tumb- ling Club l, Canasta Club 2, Ballroom Dancing Club 3, Singing for Fun 4. 87 i l YATSKO, JACK "JACK" "Hail, hail, the gang's all here" ross Country 3, Model Club , Dance Club, Chess Club , 2, Art Club, Journalism lub I. YOPKO, MICHAEL "MIKE" "Sometimes l'm happy, Sometimes l'm gay" NFL. 3, 4, Basketball I, Bookstore 3, Boy's Glee Club 3, Euclidian Bus. Stott 3, Platter Fans l, Auto- motives Club 2, Painting and Drawing Club 3, Sing- ing tor Fun 4 ZANGHI, MARY "ZlNGlE" "A peppy and energetic one, She lives to have fun" N.F.L, 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, G,L.C. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Megaphone Club 2, All School Play Cast 2, Pro- ducer 2, Play Night Cast 3, Spring Play Cast 3' Big Show Cost 3, Dance Club I, Hall Guard 3, Choir l, Thespians 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Survey Edit. Staff 3. ZEIGLER, PATRICIA NPA-I-,. "Quiet at times, but full of spark" F.T,A. 3, 4, G.A,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Prom Comm. 3, Student Council 2, MegaphoneClub l, All School Play, 3, 4, Play Night 3,4, Spring Play 3,4, Big Show 2,3, Nat'l Honor Society 4, Choir l,2, Girls Glee Club 3, Survey Edit. Staff 4, Eucuyo Essay Editor 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Thespians 4, Scrapbook Club 2. ZINGALES, SAM "SAM" "Occupation is the road to enjoyment" Boys' Leaders Club lg Movie Club l, 2, 3, Stage Crew lg P.A. Club lg Key Club 2, 3: Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 3, 4, Put Band 3, 45 Dance Club lg Ball Room Dancing Club 2, Singing for Fun 4, NOT PICTURED FLECK, WALTER "WALTER" Silent and shy, Walter's really quite a guy" n KREBS, ELLEN "ELLEN" "Slowness ls Sureness" KERNAN, DIANE "DIANE" "Oh Beauty" 88 ZOUL, JANICE "JAN" "To be iust and kind and wise, there solid seIf-en- ioyment lies" G.A.A, 1, 2, F,N.A. 2, 3g Friendship Club 2, 3, Usher 2, Canasta Club lg Home Nursung Club 25 Dance Club 31 Service Club 4. JAWORSKE, THOMAS "TOM" "Indispensable to the Stage Crew" Stage Crew 45 All School Play, Spring Play, Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 35 Honor Study Hall 3, Thes- pians 45 Wrestling Club 2, Pnnochle Club 3, Dance Club 4 HALE, ROBERT C. "R. C." "Solitary" SHUBER, LOUIS "LOUIS" Why aren't you all as happy as me" u W --.I , wif' 161 V- 1 nderclassmen 3' Underclassmen have helped de- velop The spiriT and TrdiTions aT Euclid. When They enTered as Sophomores They were frightened individuals wiThouT a sense of be- longing. For Two years They were To work TogeTher To develop a class spiriT and loyalTy To The school. Their Junior VarsiTy fooT- ball Team became Co-Champs of The L. E. L. and Their assemblies pro- vided enTerTainmenT for all. Schol- asTically and in service, The iuniors and sophomores have done Their share of The iob of keeping Euclid Tops. As upperclassmen nexT year, They will be expecTed To mainTain The same high sTandards. if ..f I - ' 'LL' . - 3, Q: . , ' ., 1, ' A 1 . 1, 'f -. R ' -: ' " W. " . h - .-J,.-':.. U - x h '. vu- , . YK -Q 'Vi' gQf' 1.1 . Eb N , W ,UQ -i Jw, ,XNHU in Q- .1H 3A'Nxg'51E:z,g My 5xE'ii+'1 'ff c:Hgl1,n mmf ,, X ,H R' 1 --Nw xx:-XXX.. My K 7,55 l I ui Y X Qfagxg i ff. 1,5552 i avg. -...Q QNX I. 5 3 3 Ang nan 'SL' 4. 'W' .5 Q LLM . 1, mm mrmma., ,, ,A ,wmv JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS l., Relyeo, Secretoryg D Koss, Vice President J. Parker, Treosurerg R, Schnender, President Class of 1953 -.uni """x BOYS COUNSEI-OR sms couNsm.oR Frank Trogho Mrs. Helen Stewart 92 JUNIOR CABINET JUNIOR GUIDANCE COUNCIL Row lg L. Davis, M. Larkin, B. Harris, H Schic- Row l: M Larkin, L Relyea, M. Thompson, B mann, L. Burger, N. Pokorny. Monroe, D. Koss. Row 2: B. Monroe, J. Parker, D. Koss, L Rpt- Row 2: J Smith, B. Harris, L. Burger, L. Davis, yea, R. Schneider, H. Moles. H. Moles, L. Davis Row 3: J. Smith, J. Holt, A. Younaherg, F Row 3 J. Yonchor, J. Porlfer, J. l-lulf, A. Younq- Svracusc, J. Yonchar, L Stevens. herfl i TQ HOMEROOM 103 Top Leff: J, Friedman, G. Anson, I. Anderson, P. Millner, Top Right: D. Andrews, E. Abrahams, S. Montgomery, J. B. Bailey, M. Baurer, L. Banning, L. Abrahams. Barnes, G. Bisthold, R. Beal, F. Andraitos. Bottom Left: L. Ankuda, J. Kilda, B, Cabi, B. Benson, D. Bottom Right: G. Cach, G. Allar, N. Beeke, J. Kogoy, D. All- Beyer, J. Barnes, G. Bagocious, D. Barts. sooo, J. Boffung. 93 HOMEROOM 105 Ton Left' F Boslch, N. Comm, B. Boker, G. Adormck, F. Breen B. Brockbroder, M, Blackburn, L. Worholrc Top Rlghti T. Bulls, M. Brown, D. Bloom, J. Bucher, C. Braden P. Brnder, H, Berlo. Bottom Left R. Chlcone, J. Yonchor, E. Bolvoce, D. Francis B. Bolon, B Fuorlcll, C, Buss 1-9- HOMEROOM 106 Bottom Left: W. Cox, M. Colcuntonlo, F. Cesnlk, H. Konte, F 5 Cxrlno, N, Corroccio, R. Carpenter. X' ' Top Left: V. Colombi, P. Noble, D. D'Amico, C. Cerney, E Compono, D. Dovls, N. Costello, A. Weinstein. Bottom Right: N. Carney, B. Carlton, F. Cucek, D. Covell, D Buchto, R. Brown, S. Brown. i . , fe f 1... f we. 1 .. .. ,,Q ,,. . .a , .fff, Z.z f l , . M... S 3 ,. ' E' 94 HOMEROOM 107 Top Left. D Kordlc, J Duffy, W Duffy, B Dcmshor, tl Too Rrqhf L Domi D, D-ctz, D Clank, V MQDQWQ Elllot, C. Ettle-berq, B. Drotos Donn, D Do-ex Xf Dc-ws, E Detavue Bottom Left: R Dev, C Ettlertcrg, N Ellmv, N Dclmore A Bottom flight J Derhaurn C Dennrs, L Cronfr, J Du M Dntnrro, G Dulv Fellows, B Cook G McKr-e O Drssontuf. HOMEROOM 108 Bottom Lett: J. Huduc, H. Smlcnklas, F, Kash, B. Blackstone, R. Hammerlck, A. Hanes, G. Gordon, P. LaBan1, F. Brnqham Top Right: B. Henfling, A. Havo, P. Boehmer, F. Kakta, D Gray, D, Greene, J. Greaves, D. Hedges, N. Holmes J Her rrc . Bottom Right: C. Hoos, B. Harrrs, B. Hamilton, J. Handy, K Boyd, P. Glibe, F. Gable, G. Giordano, R. Grave-II, 95 K. Fletcher, Bottom Left' fine. Top Left: A. N. Viclmor, Bottom Left' R. Tilly, B HOMEROOM 110 Top Left. G. Folk, J. Focht, M. Felice, E. Foerste, L. Gobowizt, Top Right: B. Meier, P. Gregory, B. Monroe, L Gorslene R A. Gessic, J, Ford. Gauch, L, Rafferty, D. Fuller, B. Friedman. W. Gueskie, P. Flacsgorten, S. Goloba, F. Fan- Bottom Right: H, Fine, J. Golob, J. Golob, J. Geyer J ri sek, P, Faber, F. Fende, F. Chestnut. HOMEROOM 'I20 Tieclman, B, Tolar, D. Thompson, W Thomas, Top Right. M Thompson, C. Turk, C. Thornasy B Stojetz L. Tyleski, D. Tucher, M. Teckovic. N. Trudeau, G. Collins, D. Thromberenc, B. CIHKO G Wal F. Volduga, M. Tolar, J. Yesenko, W, Corlett, lace, T. Cyracuse. Tweed, W. Thomas, J, Votty, M. Toll. Bottom Right: K. Tropiano, D. Vadaken, R Twitchell M Turk, K. Toth, R. Valenti, C. Turner, E. Vonhoff J Turk V. Walker. vi ,41- 96 HOMEROOM 204 Top Left: J. Hult, J. Jones, C. James, C. Jeron, K. Kish, H. Top Righti B Hoernig, S. Kerzic, C. Jorc, A. lvancic, C Hill, P. Jerebec, H. Jonke. Kocher, M. Jordon, E. Shearer, Bottom Left: D. Hill, L. Johossen, K. Kessler, D. King, A,JohnA Bottom Right: T. Heinz, B. Koester, B, Patrycy, W. Hawke, J son. Hopperf, R. Heinz, B Kolomk, B. Rich HOMEROOM 207 Bottom Right: J. Koehler, J. Leduc, S. Levey, C. Kronz, W. Gieson, S. Lindauiest, M. Keyes, C. Laubler, R. Knock, K Krecic, M. Larkin, J. LaTour. Bottom Left: D. Koss, S, Castro Vinci, B, Lonning, M. Mc- Brown, J. Lucas, D. Lindstrom, H. King, S, Jones. Top Right: L, Luikort, C. Schmitz, C. Kozel, R. Fischietto, R. Kacprnak, D. Kuhar, L. Korzunowski, M. Lang, L. Konyho, B. Long, J. Kuchto. rf! 97 HOMEROOM 209 Top Left: H. McKnight, R. Leland, K. Mclnlyre, C. Massle, C. Kelly, J. Dresser, B. Malone. Top Rlaht: C. Leber, R. Kennedy, L. Levntf, V. Machefe, M. McPherson, L. Belavich, C. Manney, C. LaPresti. Bottom Left: G. Mofhson, K. McPeek, M. Monfwell, A. Ma- carol, H. Leininger, D. Lobdell, R. Lokar, J. McKibben, D. Lee. P. Morolf. HOMEROOM 214 Top Leflz A. Zayafz, D. Zackel, W. Wallace, R. Yane, K Zmner, B. Wonderslaben, D. Westbrook, M. Yates, M.Wise Too Right: L. Ziberf, N. Wood, I. Ziegler, D. Wifzke, L Gainor, D. Fuller, J. Zagoic, N, Wilberschied, D. Woomer J. Waschuro, C. Welcheck. Bottom Left: L. Zupancic, J. Znidarsic, J. Weber, l. Wolff D. Zak, J. Vigh, A. Zimmerman, J. Yanchar. HOMEROOM 308 Top Left: J. Norsic, G. Logon, J. Kovach, L. McLaughlin, M Tap Right: V. Mrlmach, S. Allbery, J. Malholl, H. Morgan, H. Mervor, R. Milan, T. Moore, D. Mehls, R. Mach, R. McLeod. Moles. I.. Gedgoudes, B. Missner, C. Miller, Bottom Left: C. Misich, J, Oneacre, B. Mlakar, C. Miligan, Bottom Right: B. Murphy, G. Neuman, L. Kendlg, W. Miller, B. Mijacek, P. Miles, S. Misterlf, M. Nash, C. Morris, D. Mcttls, W. Mitchell, W. Nelson. HOMEROOM Top Right: G. Nieman, J. Potocer, J wig, B. Paik, T. Payerchin. Bottom Left: R. Ozmun, B. Powell E. Palclc, N. Glau. Bottom Right: M. Pesec, P. Morolt N. Pokorny, B. Ostkor. C. Palmer, 309 Popes, S. Paul, J. Alteri- K. Oyler, G. Pormentor, H. Prebevsek, P. Perme, J. Nowacek. 99 A P-' HOMEROOM 310 Top Left J Paeauala, D. Potter, L. Rclveo, J Forzxalc, A Wugscr, A Prlrno, M. Stosucnko, P Schaefer, R Rec-QI. Bottom Right J. Parker, M. Koehn, J. Ryncourt, J. Ryder, R Ryba, N Ryder, D. Piccnottn, B. Pierret, L, Evancic. HOMEROOM 312 Top Left: M, Shirk, P, Hongosh, G. Sars, B. Ruchords, K. Rosc, Top Rlght' P Shunkwlter, J. Shack, M. Shehien, J. McGov R, Reeves, J, Rogosch, M, Snmcic. ern, R. Rohricht, R Rrcksecker, J, Rose, Bottom Left: M, McWaters, M. Patrlck, M. Seduskv, I-1 Bottom Right: C. Shlrk, M. Schultz, S. Schmidt, D. Shank, R Schoreman, G, Slat, D. Roberts, R. Rmehart, D, Rinehart. Rlbbse, B. Richards. 100 HOMEROOM 315 J. Wheeler, J Sums, R Slomm, C. Gromberg, A. Sumlow, J. Legerskl, T. Swlo R. Solovec, M. Smuth, El. Swortzwelder, M Smegelskn, M. Tuc- cern, E Skodlor, A. Smith HOMEROOM 318 Top Left: T. Roberts, D. Stillmgcr, S. Montgomery, R Specl, Top Rnght: B Sumner, M. Terrell, J Smrth, C Hunter, A C. Toylor, C. Thomos. Torontmo, D, Shockelford. Bottom Left: T, Serro, J. Strnod, J. Boltrus, P. Strunk, A. Els- Bottom Rnght: L. Smith, J. Thomas, C. Straub, J. Dudley, E Ton, D. Stomberger, J. Spour. Zecoru, B. Delventhol, C Tellung, L. Stevens 101 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS N. Beron, Secreforyg L. Judice, Treosurerg J. Becker, Vnce-Presldent, K, Smith, President. Class of 1959 W . .5 Q, jim? 13 WT BQYS CQUNSELQR GIRLS COUNSELOR Jghn Pohfg Miss Edith L6mOr'l 102 HOMEROOM 104 First Row: T, Bologh, L. Bunk, L. Anderson, J. Oxford D Antonoccl, G Albertone, N. Knooo, J Boltus. Second Row: B. Alves, J. Antonick, T. Bouer, B Bozuch, C. Bc1rnes,B Bott, N Armstrong. Third Row: G. Lucos, J. Ambrose, R Boker, J August, J Brnes, S. Anderson, J. Becker, B. Bolooze Fourth Row: C. Alberry, D. Bogley, B. Alex, C. Helntz, N McKnight, M Bcircolow, D Atron. Fifth Row. G. Beale, G. Ayolo, J. Austin, R Apolski, J Bell, G Baxter, M. Bell. HOMEROOM 116 First Row: S. Comeron, J. Dudos J. Betts, J, Brundlc, M. Boyle, C Boehmer. Second Row: J. Boftoglio, N Burrough, K. Beutell, J. Buckholz, A. Freed, M, Cobolo. Third Row: L. Bartholomew, P. Brody, P. Briwlc, M. Bernstein, R. Bernstein, N. Luckoy. Fourth Row: G. Bohn, J. Brozolovues, L. Besednik, N. Berger, J. Bowers, K. Berus, D. Busbee 103 HOMEROOM 118 Flrsf Row P. Clernence, D. Wilson, L Casfrovincl, C. Carpenter, M. Clevenger, D. Carleton, S. Clark, B. Coll. Second Row: S. Caroll, J. Cupollo, B. Clarke, P. Coddlngfon, C. Baltus, M. Cohen, C. Calonna, R. Carlson. Thrrd Row D. Chinchar, N. Charske, D. Carpenter, D. Chlncnar, J. Chnnclnar, W, Burlnngham, R. Budas, R. Byrns Fourth Row' C Clemens, G Clark, B. Chulcofe, J. Clmarellu, D. Chandler, K. Clark, B Slabeck, D Carter. HOMEROOM 125 Flrst Row J. Coleman, M Contenza, M. DeSan'ris, J. Danna, C. Conner, E. Dnsantis, D. Darnbrowsku, M. Dalton. Second Row' C. Delgado, A. Crone, M Dawes, C. Crum, L. Domnn, G. Dowd, K. Crobaugh. Thlrd Rowi D. Corrao, T. Crawford, L. Cook, K. Davns, R. Coy, B. Dasly. 104 HOMEROOM 127 Row I: R. Eversy, B. Evans, A. Eckert, M. Terrero, P. Esposnfo, A. Ernckson, S. Eruckson, M. Foersc, J, Dom Row Zi G. Eisen, J, Doejock, D Proghc, R. Denster, B Delly, D Dulch, R Doyle, D, Douglas. HOMEROOM 206 Row I: J. Fisher, C. Fouser, J. Pusher, C. Fulks. Row 2: S, Finley, S. Forker, B Fronklm, N Foy Row 37 J. Evert, J. Fellows, J. Essen, S. Drly. Row 4: D. Drake, R. Rosen, R, Drenser, R. Eckermon, D, Deborok 105 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row HOMEROOM 208 M. Grimm, B. Hoffey, J. Gniclovec, F. Greenway, K. Grant, G. Hattendorf, J. Gerzeny. S. Gibbs, C. Gufh, L. Grunerf, C. Harris, R. Gezannnc, J. Gordon, M. Gerdance, D. Frforr D. Galloway, J. Fisher, D. Freeman, R. Folk, T. Gildone, T. French, B. Goble. B. Fifolf, L. Hrrffrd, J. Fine, K. Gibbs, E. Ferko, D. Gesdorf, D. Pike. HOMEROOM 215 M. lafelice, J. Herald, D. Ingram, K, Horrocks, A. Huusare, M. Hirko, D, Hess. J. Holzmer, F. Fivecoof, M. Jack, D. Hifty, B. Hodgson, J. Southworth, M. Southworth. J. Hayes, W. Grisard, L. Hammel, J. Goldlusf, W. I-lamner, C. Hart. R. Goss, R. Grugel, R. Hallock, R. Grum, B. Gorse, J. Gronr. 106 HOMEROOM 218 Furs? Row: R. Jones, C. Soso, J. Goellner, J. Phnlluos, J Koeth, J Kloskv, L Juduce, J Kcstelllc Second Row' J. Heosley, F, Kowotz, E. Knoch, B Kmtor, J Kouoch, S. Kovoch, R Kooferer, M Horwurz Thnrd Row: P John, R Hlghlond, L. Korlnn, M Klennhenz, B. Klcnn, R Komnuc, L Kamen Fourfh Row' R. Jomes, D Hunter, D Jombor, H, Johnson, M Hodnnk. M Johnson HOMEROOM 301 Fnrsf Rowi G. Kruolfzer, L. Krosney, B. Legy, A. M Levy, C Kubolo, M Locny. Second Row' B. Lelond, A Lenese, M. Lee, S. Lousm, S Lentz, C. Longo Third Row: R. Kerzuc, C. Lowsen, J Koclon, 'l Poduono, B Lewin, D Kellogg, B, Kelso, K Lorkvn Fourth Row: J. Kozok, M, Kocyon, D, Lonser, A. Kuret, T. Lynch. B Kosr-non, V. Klug, J. Korosec. 107 Row Row Row Row HOMEROOM 304 I: L. LoCor1Te, M. Long, J. Muller, D. McNeiIIey, K. McDougal P McDnffuft B McGInndy J Lmdblcf 2: D. Mclimght, N. Luhh, G. Lnlly, L. McCormack, I, McGI1n K Lmfy S Mogorgnl 3: B. Mondcnt, R. Luberrlln, S. Lyons, J. McGorown, L. McGregor G McGrey 4: D McMHIar, C. Lindberg, S. McGrob, J. Luss, K. Mocoilorgn HOMEROOM 306 Row I: M, Mulhull, N. Moldern, S. Muller, B. Mulford, W. Mellor R Fulton J Memse Row 2: J. Dnshoun, R. Nuchlos, A. Marsh, R. Mohler, D. Margo, B Movse J Morrns L Meodm G Mouser D. Muller. I08 Row Row Row Row Row ROW Row Row HOMEROOM 316 UPU ZZEU wrufo 113-34 fbmv-fl P5-r L- - o .m , 'I' -n 30 ' -. 0.-'Z-iv F xg ' 0 mp.3P O ga-:ZF ID. -4 Z? EWSQ .OOU x.. -QE 'Z- no Q OJ 3-05 29' 0 Inn! ' 1: -'v F233 Oiff E3 5 -, X. 9' rn QPAO. . w ,123 '9..5E no. n .. Q2 2 Qf': :mn- JR 9.223 . T' on 513 Z . xi D ggzn HUFDVU 315-7' ,CK-. ,P FDR- Q. F7413 FD 5 3 B ri o is K. Z .9 '2 31' 5 O 3 L' zwvg CAFETERIA A Person, T. Pierce, C. Chinnici, L. Puglnese, S. Peierson, T. Mondosso, B Pnbermk Peek, P. Proudfom, J. Presby, K. Prefnor, C. Perry, K, Rcosch, L. Pefrnch, P. Pruwt Phelps, F, Poese, C, Perkms, J. Pemberton, C. Plesz, B. Plomer J. Ploggomwe Podobmkor, R. Plafcn, M, Pnllor, J. Pstmgolo, J. Pnsek, J. Perpeor, F. Posqucle. 109 CAFETERIA B Fnrst Row: C. Reighord, J. Reitenboch, L. Saks, L. Rouse, M. Rybcl, P. Ruszkoy, D. Soboto, J. Sandifer, P. Solvotore Second Row: P. Ronmsher, C. Wilkxns, L. Altenweg, J. Wollen, C. Ropos, J. Rexter, S. Rossoll, S. Redfern, Thnrd Row: J. Rlehl, D. Reed, C. Rees, H. Eppich, A. Kuthe, C. Roskoph, B. Rlder, W. Rosltono, J. Reed, J. Renfz, Fourth Row. C. Godberry, R. Renard, J. Pohto, D. Richie, T. Potokor, R. Repcnsy, E. Ritz, D. Potocor, L. Reposy. CAFETERIA C Fnrst Row. B Sceronko, H. Schultz, S. Schwenzer, D. Sontorelli, C. Semlow, S. Seri, J. Schoel, F. Schroll. Second Row: P. Shewell, M. Shea, l.. Schulz, M. Schneider, K. Schubert, J. Shoughnessy, C. Schroeder, Th'rd Row' D. Smuth, S. Soboth, J. Schmelzer, P. Suculicuno, K. Smith, J. Solvotore. Fourth Row: J. Shlelds, K. Smuth, R. Schubert, K. Schoenbeck, D. Seuford. HO CAFETERIA D Fursf Row: P. Stone, M. Stroeder, M Smith, J, Sorckld, P. Shh, S. Smyfhe, M. Smiths, A Sokol, S Srefomk Second Row: R. Wulson, S. Stevenson, E. Sfullsone, M. Soblesky, S Sloybough, C Skeyo, R. Spnes, N. Mueller, J. Stonwyck Third Row: B. Sfetuno, S. Stokes, R. Suhor, R. Swusher, B. Tnik, A. Steven, R, Srroh, T, Trcchuonc. Fourth Row: H. Zormon, B. Svekrlc, J. Spoondmore, R, Sonol, D Spencer, A Tesro, R. Soeder, R. Wolzer. CAFETERIA E Furs? Row: J. Turk, D. Szcwczyk, P. Tomc, C. Sweeder, J. Topo. P. Thompson, H. Svrgo Second Row' J. Word, J Usolns, C. Tkotch, M. Thompson, A. Telrsrnon, P Teeter. Third Row: T. Von Dnest, J. Compoeletfn, P. Tvler, T. Webb, D. Verh, J. Vougl, R. Wofson. Ill CAFETERIA F Row li L. Wilkes, B. Will, L. Zoller, J. Wise, D. Deon, A. Wiles, J. Willcox, M. Willioms, R. York. Row 2. C. Wohlgemuth, D. Zokel. J. Zevnik, W. Wotson, S. Wilson, S, Weover, D. Weiss, J. Zomen, C. Willioms. Row 3: J. Zeigler, A. Wittine, J. Young, J. Yoko, M. Weeks, D, Yurusko, D. Wodelin, P. Werley. Row 4' B. Wolomes, R A. Wilson, B. Wight, K. Wicks, D. Weiss, C. Yoichner, R. E. Wilson. 1956 memories The first doy of school, Sept. 4, the new teochers, the scored Sophomores, the first ossembly . . . the first ofter gome donce, Sept. 7 . . . the first footboll gome we won, Euclid l4 - Conton Lehmon 7 . . . the mogozine drive, Socrotes . . . Mom ond Dod's Night, Sept. 28, Euclid's second win . . . Sophomore porty, Oct. 3 . . . Homecoming, Oct. l2, no roin, the bonfire, the porode, the victory over Sho ker, the donce ond the crowning of the queen . . . the Senior porty, Oct. 24, their lost closs porty . . . Oct, 26, the Junior porty, o good time, closs spirit . . . Show Night, the footboll teom wins Co-Chomp title . . . the bond, mojorettes, cheerleoders . . . the Senior ossembly . . . Open House, Nov. I5 . , . Cross Country Chompionship . . . the Junior ond Sophomore ossemblies, "l Remember Momo," the Foll Ploy, Nov. l6 ond l7 . . . Thonksgiving ossernblies, Regents Hi-Y ond the Choir . . . the first bosketboll gome . . . the light bulb sole . . . Senior Psychological tests . . . the Ponthers of the Week , . . Christmos vototion . . .Student Government Doy, Jon. l6 . . A Notionol Honor ossembly . . . finol exoms, the lost for the Seniors, the first for the Sophcmores . . . the first doy of the new semester. ll2 .5 ! ,a v 8 fi , .,,. .- , -.. wr 9. zf ' , . yi,-I f sm' b rig: if 5,53 Y -D995 'fav .. llrganizations Through the various clubs and organizations at Euclid High, stud- ents were offered a chance to earn recognition, become good citizens, d evelop future goals, and make social contacts. Many friendships were developed in social clubs, and the school and community benefited from the work of the service clubs. 72313-: -I si I O wi, ,,A. , iii .1151 351 -V Qi, 7 X 5 , 5 r J,,g,1 im , . K 4 ' in 2 H. 44, 4 2 X, .Xe 9 A-'sypfg ' fe we ,e iii' r- f K 4'::a1.x71 -if 2?-,fgei' 7, . ,W ,w. W si' i Q NSY? 'WY X ' - ' 7 W , . 'H . at .Q Nay 51, u,,. . L' FRIENDSHI -Hu-Y X 1 ROW KF NRL F2316 839 ' KAQAGKEE - X- - orvf WM! S. ifjfr gbV'-21,999 1 4 k N ational Honor Societ OFFICERS S. Graham, Vice President, M. McCall, Treasurer, A. Hale President, N, Halderman, Secretary. The most coveted honor that a high school student can receive is to be selected as a member of the National Honor Society. To be eligible, a stud- ent must have an average ot eighty- tive or better, be in the upper third of his class, and display outstanding traits of character, leadership, and service. As leaders in our high school, National Honor members helped to continue the spirit through the various organizations in which they partici- pated. NATIONAL HONOR MEMBERS Row l: J. Sancla, G. Waldman, J. Wakelee, M. McCall, L. Soderberg, J, Magalenga, S. Korencic, M. Yager, G. Brewster, D. Brigger, T. Eddy, A. Valduga. Row 2: R. Fasimpaur, N. Petrich, J, Wawrzyniak, T. Wight, A. Flocke, G. Schwarts, T, Gregorc, J. Battung, S. Graham, W. Marshall, C. Neat, M. Priest, N. Halderman. NATIONAL FORENSIC MEMBERS Row l: L. Domitor, D, Koss, G. Waldman, J, Sanda, M, Shirk. Row 2: J. Nabbe, A. Tarantino, A, Gessic, B, Tolar, B. Maieslc, K. McPeek, J, Appleby. Row 3: P, Weiss, D. Biederman, N. Petrich, J. Wakelee, F Fantini, N. Johnson ational Forensic league One of the foremost organizations is the National Forensic League. Com- posed of sophomores, juniors, and seniors, members get a chance to participate in such speech activities as debate, original oratory, humorous, dramatic, oratorical declamation, and extemporaneous speaking. On their many trips throughout the year they showed others how a winn- ing spirit helps to make a winning school. l OFFICERS J. Sanda, Treasurer, G. Waldman, Presidentg D. Koss, Secretary OFFICERS L Soderberg, Treasurer, C. Bratush, Secretary, G. Schwarts, Vice President, B. Zahler, President It is the aim of every high school writer to become a member of the International Quill and Scroll. l. Q. S. recognizes any student who has made a worthy contribution to one of the school publications, is in the upper third of his class scholastically, and has been recommended by an advisor. Through their work on the Euclid- ion, Survey, and Eucuyo, members en- couraged spirit by informing and unit- ing students on important issues and events. lluill and Scroll QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS V Row l: C. Conrad, L. Soderberg, M. McCall, R. Templin, N. Broos. Row 2: J. Redtern, G. Waldman, J. Sanda, G. Schwarts, C. Bratush, S. Mock, D. Brigger. Row 3: J. Runo, G. Brewster, D. Hall, B. Katosic, D. Hamilton, B. Perusek, P. Nipple, B. Randall. Row 4t T Gregorc, B. Chapman, T. Eddy, R. Wall, T. Wight, B. Zahler, J. Wawrzyniak, THESPIAN MEMBERS Row l: B, Leybeck, G. Waldman, M, Muraca, E. Mylor. Row 2: C. Brafush, K, McPeek, N, Petrich, J. Wakelee. Row 3: F. Fantini, A McCormack, N. Eckerman, N. Johnson lhespians Students who have earned points through participation in dramatic productions are selected as members of Thespians, Euclid's dramatic so- ciety. At their monthly meetings, members worked hard learning the different aspects of the theater, later incorporated into their annual assem- bly. Thespians, in their second year at Euclid High, were a big factor in the school's increased spirit. OFFICERS B. Leybeck, N. Petrich, N. Johnson, F. Palm, F. Fantini STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS T. Gregorc, President, S. Korencic, Secretary, D Doley, Treasurer, J. Wawrzyniak, Vice President. Serving as the link between the students and faculty, the Student Council is the most prominent organi- zation and governing body in our school. Representatives from every homeroom meet weekly to discuss the various problems arising in our school. l-lall guards, concessions, assem- blies, room secretaries, guides, the recreation room, and the magazine drive are only a few of their services. This year the Student Council worked hard in getting tunds for the new "E" room. Student Council Row Row Row Row Row STUDENT COUN CIL MEMBERS l T. Kramer, S. Galaba, L. Soderberg. J. Buchar, D. Daley, T. Gregorc, J. Wawrzymak,vS. Korencic, S. Mock, B. Lace, G. Dona hue. , 2: A, Hale, J. Sims, B. Alex, N. Beron, S. Altnik, D. Mika, A. Gessic, P. Doyle, E. Eckert, L. Lampe, A. Flocke, C. Haas Koeth, M, Pertick, B. Cramer. 31 N. Link, F. Schroll, K. l-lorrocks, B. Smith, B. Messner, D. Lee, Petrich, S. Dritz, D. Zakel, B. Gabel, N. Clarske. 4: J. Plaggerriier, A. Braden, B. Schriener, C. Tkatch, J. Latour, K. Kish, W. Rasitano, G. McCracken, B. Stoietz, R. Reeves J. Nowacek. 5. T. Eddy, B. Gerland, D. Johnson, B, Pierett, H. Berlo, T. Opdahl, R, Wall, J. Moyer, W., Marshall, A. Sistine, G. Nowacek R. Chapman. HALL GUARDS Pow 1: N. Browmng, J. Battung, K. Oyler. N, Lnnk, R. Heinnes, E. Rost, B Gerland, F. Federlco, D. Seornon. Row 2. B. Bolen, S. Paul, N. Trudeau, J. Sums, S. Galoba, A Johnson, D. Barnes, R. Hunston, N. Voccarlello TROW 3: V. Davis, J. Kraft, J. Phelps, G. Rose, A. Weinstein, H. Boglnskl, A. Hole, S. Sok. Row 4: J. Redfern, P. Samlda, J. Battung, N. Petrnch, C. Neat, T. Knach, H. Contenza, L. Rafferty. 4- EXECUTIVE BOARD Row 1: S. Korencic, L. Soderberg, S. Mock, B. Lace. Raw 2' T. Gregorc, J, Bucher, S. Gaiaba, A. Hole Row 3 B Cromer, T. Kramer, J. Wowrzynrok, G Donahue. 1 ROOM SECRETARIES Row 1: N. Neull, B. Stone, P Morocco, B. Lace, S. Mock. Row 2 J. Boker, B. Gerland, G McCracken, D Doley, N Pefrlch. Row 3 T uregorc, B Cramer, R Chapman, J. Nowocek, L. Nosse. ' 1 G ltyk T Booxsrons Row 1: J. Geyer, F. Sivia, M. Snirk. Row 2: M. Bisbee, J. Wakelee, B. Hunt. V Row 3: B, Mojocek, B. Popp, R. Gooch, B. Smlth. 4- CONCESSIONS Row 1: S. Aetenic, B. Monroe, M. Borkalow, B, Kruger, C. McDiffitt. Row 2: J. Henry, L. Hansen, J. Bucher, K. Haas, I, Wolff, D. Weiss. 121 Future Teachers :wwf OFFICERS EXECUTIVE BOARD S Graham, Historian, A. Flocke, Treasurer, M. Yager,, Row I. B. Huston, A. Flocke, M. Yager, S. Graham. President, B. Huston, Secretary. Row 2: L. Ress, G. Brewster, M. Laurich, C Daugherty, J. Clarl-se. One of the largest organizations at Euclid is the Future Teachers of America. Mem- bers are selected on personality, scholarship, and interest in teaching. Substituting, tutoring, and observing gives F. T. A. members a chance to gain experience in teaching and enables members to earn points for their pin. SENIOR F. T. A. MEMBERS Row I: L. Ress, C. Harris, K. Larkin, P. Muraca, C. Gauch, C. Neat, N. Neale, S. Graham Row Z: Inger, M, Laurich, B. Perusek, F. Pappas, J. Nobbe, D. Opalich, B. Smith, P. Zeigler, M. Hummon, J. Clarke, . OC 9. Row 3: G. Brewster, A. Valduga, C. Berezonsky, B. Novak, C. Chauby, C. Krecic, G. Allison, M. Rankin, N. Johnson. 122 llf America Row Row Row Row JUNIOR F. T. A. MEMBERS I: H. Morgan, J. Mulhal, A. Primo, C. Hunter, M. Shirk, C. Daugherty, J. Mcliibbon, D. Koss, M Terrell. 2: J. Davis, M. Dunn, B. Carleton, L. Davis, J. Wheel, B. Hunston, B. Tolar, N. Trudau, I Wolff, A. Tarantino. 3: C. Turner, D. Biederman, C. Wallace, K. Kish, K. McPeek, J. Turk, J. Slat, M. Carney, M. Martin, J. Barnes, P Miles, B. Harris, C, Braden, J. Geyer. 4: J. Latour, K. Fletcher, K. Tropiano, L. Abrams, E. Skodlar, G. Sari, M. Carney, M. McPherson, M. Pesec, L. Relyeo M. Thompson, H. Moles, P. Perme, J. Buchar, R. Gooch. i Row Row Row Row SOPHOMORE F. T. A. MEMBERS l. R. Baker, S. Forker, C. Kruger, M. Barcalow, S. Schweizer, G. David, D. Rossow, F. Greenway. 2: C. Tkatch, M. Thompson, J. Petti, C. Colona, C. Sweeder, K. Beutel, C. McDougal, P. Brady. 3: S Fenle , J. Sajevic, S. Anderson, B. Evans, R. Sourthworth, N. Foy, F. McCormack, B. Kinter, N. Beran, B. Mulford L. Domin, Kubala, J. Pohto. , 4: J Suckla, K. Roasch, J. Betts, M. Nagode, M. Mullin, M. Dawes, J. Lawson, B. Scerenka, J. Judice, M. Person, J Klosky, C. Horcr, S. Powell. l23 Euclidian EUCLIDIAN EDITORS M, Hummon, D. Hamilton, G. Brewster, D. Brigger, T. Gregorc, S. Mack. Selected on personality, ability, dependability, initiative, scholarship, the '57 Euclid- ian staff has been meeting since November '55 to bring you a yearbook of which you can be proud. Editorial staff members can never forget the hectic rush, previous to their deadline, the closet, and the enjoyment and fun, they shared with their sponsor, Mr. Gene Pillot, in putting out the '57 Euclidian. EDITORIAL STAFF Row I. T, Gregorc, M. Hummari, D. Brigger, D. Hamilton, S. Mock. Row 2: D, Koss, B. Perusek, M. Laurich, G. Brewster. 124 ,X-X. EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF Row li B. Lcybcck, P. Williams, T. Wight, D. Opalich, P. Nipple, N Braos Row 2: P. Gregory, J. Notwbe, J Town, K. McPc-ck J Wakclee, D Hamilton, B Greaory Row 3 J. Supolo, B. Sumner, M Priest, P Espisito, A Huasarc, J. Jufiicc, 3 Millcr, K O-Iicrq lt is only through the efforts ot the Euclidian Business Staff that we are able to publish o yearbook of this size. The Busi- ness Staff raises money by sel- ling subscriptions and adver- tisements. Every year they put out the school record and see that the supplements are sent to alumni subscribers. Their most pleasant job is the dis- tribution of the yearbook to all subscribers during the latter part of May. EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS MANAGERS T. Wight, Business Mancgerg D. Opalich, P. Williams, P. Nipple, N. Broos, B. Leybeck. l25 ...m-1,,.tJr-Def,-,S-s . 1--ww-1 ,fr zgwzw, - f SURVEY EDITORS G. Waldman, B. Katosic, M. Yager, R. Templin, W. Eckley, L. Soderberg, Editor-in- Chief, J. Wakelee, J. Runo, D, Rosh, C. Conrad. Surve Meeting the last minute deadline seems to be the domi- nating factor to editors and reporters of our school paper-- "The Survey." Members of the editorial staff all get an equal chance to write editorials, gather news material, take students' polls and write col- umns. The staff is run by six editors and an editor-in-chief. Together they all help in pub- lishing a "newsy" and interest- ing paper. Row Row Row Row y-mmm SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF . Brewster, J. Sims, M. Larkin, M. Martin, J. Baker, L. Schrock, P. Zeigler, P. Muracca, P. Beran. . Misich, P. Gregory, L. Ress, J. Swaney, D. Smith, B. Zahler, R. Peterson, B. Leybeck, M. Barcalow, F. Popp. . Langa, J. Zeonik, A. Lonese, C. McDougal, N. Bake, L. Abrambs, D. Biederman, D. Weiss, J. Harold, N. Knoph. l26 Younaberg, S Forker, A. Crane, P. Stevens, F. Petrich, K. Pritnor, C. Crum, M. Grim, C. Kruger, B. Queen. SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF Row I: D. Stelluti, C. Bratush, J. Sando, G. Schwarts, W. Ryder, B. Perusek, B. Smith, J. Buchar. Row 2: R. Wall, J. McDonald, J. Boftung, N. Pokorny, R. Gouch, P. Perme, D. Koss, M. Terrell, C. Turner G McCracken. Collecting subscription mon- ey and seeing that each sub- scriber received a Survey every two weeks was the main job of the homeroom representa- tives of the Survey Business Staff. Along with the Business Managers these people sold football and basketball pro- grams, solicited advertising, and also had the difficult job of raising money for the pub- lication of the Survey and the sports programs. ' I " ' - SURVEY BUSINESS MANAGERS Row lc G. Schwarts, Manager, R. Wall, J. Sanda. Row 2: D. Sanders, B. Perusek, C. Bratush, W, Rvder. l27 .,..l....---1 CHEERLEADER'S CAPTAIN Pol Nipple Constantly working to per- fect cheers and to increase school spirit, the cheerleaders and megaphone club have planned pep rallies and boost- ed attendance at home and away games. The cheerleaders are chosen on ocrobatics, arm and leg movements, co-ordination, fac- ial expression, poise, and the ability to lead cheers. They are the true representatives of our school spirit, for they are the leaders of our spirit. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS D. Brigger, S. Mock, L. Schrock, P, Nipple, P. Marolt, S. Galaba. l28 MEGAPHONE CLUB Megaphone Club Dressed for 0 snow storm, the cheer' leaders are determined to stay warm. 129 Is This anyway to practice? H EAD MAJOR ETTES Sally Korencic and Judy Mcgolenga Euclid students will never forget the l957 majore-ttes strutting across the football field or dancing to the music of the band at games or pep rallies. Kicking high, twirling batons and forming various formations, the ma- jorettes would perform their dance routines, the highlight of the halftime programs. 1-. .ng . fm? Q 1957 MARCHING MAJORETTES A S, Woslanski, B. Lloyd, N. Hofferf, P. Noble, C, Bindokas, J. Magalenga, S. Korencic, I. Wolff, Beth Bowers, P. Doyle, K. Haas. Maiorette Club 1 After hclffirne The moioreftes return to the bleachers. Judy leads the moioreffes In o pep assembly 131 Hi-Y Nobles Hi-Y Lords Hi-Y Hi-Y Council Regents Hi-Y N- Squares Hi-Y Counts Hi-Y 132 Wai apolo GIRLS' SWIM CLUB Row I: J. Sfuehringer, A. Huusare, M. Priest, N. Eckerman, B, Perusek, D. Sanders, J. Batfung, C Gauch, S. Sieber, C. Neat. Row 2: R. Reba, P. Binder, A. Ja'1nston, M. Brown, M. Yates, J, Battung, A. Ryder, D. King, H. Moles Row 3: N. Bevan, J, Closki, D. Mika, S. Power, M. Reba, C. Crum, N. Fink, J. Holtmer, Mrs. Schellen- frager. BOYS' SWIM CLUB Row I: S. Lanese, P. Richards, T. Gobel, G. Bill, B. Kaib, A. Hale, N, Browning. Row 2: R. Reeves, E. Vidmar, S. Sak, B. Lobdeli, L. Stevens, B, Tweed, B. Richards, R. Ozman, O. Lan- ning, D. Williams, Row 31 R. Kojan, B. Gobel, T. Crawford, J. Grah, C. Lawson, D. Galloway, D. Pebblesec. 133 I x ...4 'R T gfffj' if FRIENDSHIP CLUB CABINET Row I1 A. Voldugo, J. Town, M. Solon, H, Moles Row 2: J. Moclilbbon, J. Swoney, D. Hall Row 3: N. Lnnk, A. Torcnfmo, N. Bercm Friendship SENIOR CABINET I34 JUNIOR CHAPTER SOPHOMORE CHAPTER 135 Eucu 0 Through the Eucuyo, EucIid's literary magazine, aspiring authors get a chance to see their poems, short stories, or essays in print. Atter an extensive contest, articles submitted by the student body are voted upon and edited for publication by the Publica- tions Club. All art work and printing is done by students. Many at the articles are sub- mitted to national contests where Euclid stu- dents often receive prizes. EUCUYO OFFICERS Row lx P. Doyle, G. Kaufman, L. Soderberg, R. Ternplin, J. Wakelee. ow 2: P. Zeigler, J. Redfern, L, Davis, P. Beran. ow 3: J. Hult, R. Wall, B. Randall. Row Row Row Row Eucuvo STAFF MEMBERS ' Randall, R. Templin, L. Ress, J. Wakelee, G. Kaufman, L. Soderberg, J. Redfern, P. Zeigler. Eddy, J. Turk, F. Papas, L. Relyea, D. Soeder, C. McDougall, J. Derbaum, J. l-lult. Wall, J. Swaney, L. Davis, P. Doyle, B. Tolar, B. Katosic, S. Forker, M. Fredley. Gotthalf, R, Stan-im, J. Sims, E. Firste, B. Huston, N. Fink, W. Eckley. l36 lllorld llllairs Club WORLD AFFAIRS MEMBERS Row I. A Laurich, M, Launch, M. Colontonio, D. Biedermon, G Waldman, H Shiernann, B Ostcar, P Gregory, Row 2' C, James, l.. Lampe, S. Paul, A. Tatantino, J Attenweg, K Fletcher, ,I. Wheeler Row3 C Berezonsky, J. Ziegler, M. Watawo, V. Mocheta, L Abrcms, D Zackee, J Chestnut, R Miklayz Row 4 B. Novak, N Pakorny, M Terrell, D. Gauch, W Marshall, J Lourerison, D Fuller, .I Plczagarniie, L Kreici. Every Wednesday World Affairs members meet to discuss current world news, see movies, hear speakers, and learn about con- ditions in the world. A favorite topic of dis- cussion is the United Nations. Each spring two Euclid students are sent expenses paid to New York to visit the U. N., and Euclid World Affairs members participate annually in a Model U, N. Assembly held at the Lakewood Civic Auditorium. ' A 'ws WORLD AFFAIRS OFFICERS J. Laurenson, G. Waldmen, G. Gore, W. Marshall, B. Lace The Spirits Club is a newly organized club which is largely responsible for the organiza- tion of school spirit. Remaining anonymous until the end of their Senior year, members make posters, tags and sponsor buses in co- operation with other school organizations and the athletic department. The "Panther of the Week" award, given to an outstanding student, and the selling of Panther sweat- shirts were only two ot their projects. SPIRIT CLUB OFFICERS G Donahue, President, J, Nobbe, Secretary, T Gobel, Vice- President Spirits sPmiT CLUB MEMBERS ' Row I: L. Saderberg, P. Nipple, S. Mock, D. Brigger, B. Gregory. Row 2: T. White, J. Nobbe, J, Swaney, D. Hamilton, T. Goble. Row 3: T. Gregorcn, T. Kramer, G. Donahue, G. Bill, D. Rash. l,38 KEY CLUB MEMBERS Row I: B. Zahler, J. Gierke, J, Waterwash, J. Emerich, R Wall, J Kriuth, R Chapman, N. Browning, P. Richards, Row 2: J. Rose, N. Vaccariella, C. LaPriesti, A. McLaughlin, D Delay, D Beyer, D Birkic, C. Owens, T, Bills, N. Rourich, A. Hale. Row 3: H, Leininger, B. Kosman, R. Gauch, D, Smith K Wicks, C Nevlon, K, Smith. lie Club The International Key Club is a group or- ganized to promote community service. Spon- sored by the Kiwanis Club, members have the opportunity to visit various factories, hear speakers, and learn about the business world. Last summer Bob Chapman and Bill Zahler attended the International Key Club Conven- tion held in Texas. There they learned about the organization of other clubs. Through Key Club activities boys learn the responsibilities of good community citi- zenship. KEY CLUB OFFICERS B. Chapman, P. Richards A. Hale, N. Browning I39 . A. Announcers nd Technicians ffsxsw F- 'w Q ' .. W 4 Row I: J. Krauss, C. Dougherty, G. Woldmon, B. Monroe, M. Thompson, B. Osfkor. Row 2: E, Lourrch, C. Crum, J. Sums, B. Tolar, J, Fotur, M. Felice, D. Atron. Row 3: J. Lourenson, E. Fenster, J. Fine, B. Show, T. Eddy, J, Rogush. ff. ,Q Q. F rf ix-H 1 i W - ,?si.'f. - Wg- vb. 4 t, SSW f z, .ff M 4 f -. . Q., -A . .P A if .,r, . K. 2 .4 Q- A V VN C .' 4 ., . 'P if X! ' 4 -. F : . . V' Q Wwe ik. f F 1 U 'F ., J X www . 3 P . .J f 3 ,, , Q in 5 x ra in 8 Row 1: D. Zcrkel, D. Pinror, D. Strlinger, J, Budos, P. Schuel. Row 2: P. Werss, G. Rcrffer, C. Peorlmon, R. Locor, N, Eckermon, H. Fosberger, B Pickett, S. Edwards. Row 3: C. Alberry, F. Poese, P Jerebek, S. MCGGII, D. Chlnchor, J. Goldlusf, B. Zrefz, L. Mofeyko, D. Bledermon. 140 Movie Club Row I: J. Penne-r, M. Busbee, D. Peek, B. Carleton, J. Bubonncs. Row 2: P. Tomndo, M. Green, B Mochler, B. Schrnener, E. Sfermole, R. Kerznc, M. Consodunm Row 3: L. Pokronf, G. Perkuns, B Maller, D. Gofrolf, A. Brown, R, Longel, J. Fellows. Row 4: D. Bates, J. Young, J, Zogorc, C. Owens, J. Moy, G. Row, K. McEkwoun, J Wuse. Camera Club E. Mahre, B. O'Moro, D. Smith, R. Patterson, M. Theodosicn, M. Keyes. 141 Future Nurses Row I: L, Lampe, J. Stuehrmger, B Stone, G Gordon. Row 2 S, Carr P. Wnlinarns, S, Santee, N. Neale, J. Redfern, C. Elskonen. Row 3 C. Gausby, M. Thomas, A, Huusare, L. Neylon, J. Kraft, Row 4 P, Sarmda, B, Burr, F. Wolf, P, Statler, J, Baftung, M. Launch. Row 5 M Ohlak, R. Mucholas, J. Ulmann, C. Berczonsky, C. Chauhv. Red Cross Row I: M. Koehn, F, Cercek, R, Mnlner, F. Bosich, M, Sfasienko, C. McDiffetf Row 2: C. Skeya, B, Florelll, J. Word, G. Wefherly, J. Woeckner, S. Sari. Row 3: J. Oneocre, J. Kalman, J. Znidarsec, D. Camm, A, Wisser. 142 d Club Row I: J. Nobbe, H. Moles, C. Neof, A, Vczldugo, B Hunt, D Thornbernes, C Turk, G. Brewster, G Mofhson. Row 2: M. Lourich, D. Goucn, E. Potuchny, B. Lozor, I. Berordunellu, P, Bulncok, A Mocrol, D Posquolc, J. Shukovic, Mr Voccorruello. Stage Crew gh? ' gif -' "' ' 5 f rw- A Iii ' i we ' Row 1: J. Moyer, C. Yoichner, R, Fulton, M. Bell, Row 2: L. Levkovifz, B. Ahson, C. Juron, A. Weunsfein, P. McCarthy, Mr. Jenkins. Row 3: T. Koesfer, J. Watkins, T. Joworske, T. Conner, Mr. Barlow. 143 Fine rts fl' The choir, band, and dramatic department are all part of school lite at Euclid High. At various assemblies and evening programs they provided entertainment and cultural relaxation for students and guests. J - - -list' f' V g ' 1 I .,-' " : I 'is ' ' " , v. Qi Siif' - . gym-. . , ' F, x M ., A 1 .- w Y' . . . - 9 t 4, 0 -1 1 Q . X v - 9 , , i . . . , W ,, - ' s . n In A Q 4 p v r 1 A Q ,. A Q , ,, ., V f. u 0 Q Q O 5 -4 be ,M U 5 0 " 0 in N G- 4 a M 'U ' ' 4 0 0 .fn -va f nv , f we-f 4' 4' s 1 Q an g f W ,, 3' X 1 BAND lNsTRucToRs Mr. A. Sydow, Mrs. B. Trautwein, Mr. D. Harper, Mr. A. Mitchell Row Row Row -........,, it M. McCall, A. Flocke, J. Smifh, E. Skodlor, S. Weaver, L. Schultz, K. Beutell, A. Crane, J. Smelfzec. 2: T. Bauer. P. Weiss, R. Moses, L, Lampe, J. Lindblad, N. Halderman, D. Dennis. J. Golob, N. Carney, J. Herrick, H Moles, J. Borgsfedf, L. Ress. 3: J. Becker, L. Krejci, D. Douglas, D. Roberts, C. Clark, J. Sajevic, M. Dawes, L. Mafeyka, D. Kuhar, R. Spies, A Patmos, A. Valduga, J. Tapp, M. Thompson, S. Forker, J. Derbaum, B. Carleton, B. Coltrin. S. Graham. T46 Row 4: K. Shoenbecker, S. Zingales, J. Lillie, R. Bahre, A. Primo, C. Sweeder, J. Geyer, J. Winfour, D. Paik, L. Garrett, R. Hadden, B. Delly, C. Carr, T. Crawford, R. Andrews, D. Schonauer, S. Jones, L. Reid, L. Hammell, W. Grissard, A. Testa C. Krueger, N. Pokorny, W. Granville, J. Folk, J. Papes. Row 5: J. Zanyk, R. Ayala, M. Larkin, B. Delly, W. Mitchell, B. Bozik, C. Perkins, M. Pesic, J. Spoonamore, F. Palm, M. Wilbershield, G. Allar, R. Kuhar, W. Marshall. D, Harper. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Row I: S. Zingales, M. Larkin, N. Holder- man, S. Graham, B. Coltrin. Row 2: R. Moses, D. Roberts, F. Palm R. Hadden, W. Marshall. l47 I EUCLID HIGH MARCHING BAND BAND SERGEANTS W. Marshall, F'. Palm, R. Hodden BAND LIBRARIANS L. Lompe, S, Graham, A. Flocke, N. Holdermcun EUCLID ORCHESTRA , f , ... , PIT BAND 149 CHOIR OFFICERS W. Ryder, Secretory, O. Werrenberger Treasurer, T. Kramer, President, J Prumeou, Vnce-Presldent. Row I: C. Hoes, A. Borden, B. Potrlcy, J. McKlbbon, C. Dougherty, C. Peorlmon, P. Bulicek, L. Soderberg, G. Brewsfer, M, Pruesr, B. Tolar, P. Miles, L. Dovis, J. LoTour, D. Lee. Row 2 :B. Bowers, B. Ostcor, L. Gorslene, C. Turner, K. McPeek, R. Moles, B. Doiley, J. Chinchclr, K. Mojcen, C. Krvauss, P. Nipple, D. Brigger, L. Schrock, J. Stuehringer. Row 3: C, Gousby, B. Hongoch, E. Fiorelli. S. Anderson, G. Foster, L, McLoughlin, N. Johnson, W. Custard, B. Wolters, J. Goebelbecker, J. Nobbe, B. Loce, W. Ryder, P. Beron, D. Lindsfrom. I50 Row 4: D. Hamilton, P, Holtz, S. Jerebec, V. Burger, M. Burnett, L. Stevens, D. Margo, W, Burlnngham R. Kuhar, M. Bell, D. Carpenter, D. Wnlson, M. Samsa, B. Moe-hler, E. Mylar. Row 5: J. Janes, C. Friedel, T. Kramer, M. Marlon, B. Walton, K. Krorrne, C. Nowacek, J. Primeau, T Opdclhl, D. Dolch, P. Faber, B. Gorse, B. Zahler, T. Consfantlne, D. Lanser, P. Typer, D. Srmth, D Rochkar, l. Wolff, B. Lloyd. CHOIR COUNCIL P. Nipple, M. Prlesf, B. Lace, B, Tolar, A. Borden, K. McPeek, S. Mock, G. Brew- ster, C. Krauss. 'R' Row I: P. Row 2: B. Row 3: M Row 4: B. Row 5: Row 6. Dad someone rnenflon needung a Inghtbulb9 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Gregory, P. Muscenti, J. Herold, M. Contenza, B. Henfling. Kinter, C. Calona, J. Gordon, A. Tarantino, P. Muraca. . Srmth, B Evons, D, lngrom, W. Wofson, S, Bukholz, J. Sum, K. Prethor. Kellogg, D. Mako, M. Nowocek, S. Pxerce, L. Juduce, N. Beran, D, McNueIey. R. Fulton, S. Anderson, M. Person, B. Scerawka, R. Carlson, L. Petruck, K. Lnnsz, N. Foy, C. Thatch. D. Koss, M. Shea, M. Lee C. Mrsrch, G. Gordon, P, Esposlro. Chorr members and alumnae decorated the Christmas tree at the frrst chour Christmas Party. 152 ev'- My what a mad scramble! Ted Kramer and Orlow Werfenberger play their rendition of "Chop Sticks," -,L Row Row Row Row Row I: 2: 3: 4: 5. Smi EHFQFF BOYS' GLEE CLUB Mohler, B. Dailey, B. Mramer, J. Chinclwar. Randall, G. Foster, L. McLaughlin, N. Johnson, W. Custard, K. Maicen, R. Suhash. Wertenberger, M. Bell, B. Walton, B. Walters, D. Margo, D. Lanser, P. Tyler. Burger, D. Werley, J. Nowacek, M. Burnett, L. Stevens, P. Faber, W. Burlingham. Kramer, M. Marion, T. Opdahl, D. Dolch, J. Goebelbecker, B. Gorse, B. Rider, T. Consfatine, D l53 MASTER SINGER: Row I: P. Gregory, L. Gorslene, S. Moc Ho z S Jerobec Brewster, S. Foster, P. Nipple. Row 2: K. McPeek, L. McGowan, L. McLougHIan N Johnson B Wolters, K Mocjen, B. Lcce, M, Somsc Row 3' R. Werley, V. Burger, M. Marlon B Walton M Burnett J. Goebelbecker, F. Palm, J. Nobbe, A Borden .rj2f':ff' - . . ,...,. ...V , M -..r :z R W 4.,.,L- ' -:-"f'154N: mf x N- -X...-., -42 . .k .-....sf'.1- r -'.'X'.'a ' QHWL5' :,15'l5:q.g-. 'P -...'-' ' H-H-. -2-'-fr-1::-- -f'-19-'Nc-.':. 4' -ff ., . .IA ..,,- . .+: . L- : :.:...f'q-,-:-q..:-- H-1, -"-' 1 '- - .. r f' 4 . Q. 'N A " '- V. ef. F--. -ww Q7 ' gg., q eg,-1,2 rw -. 1 'r--' :If 5 w 'z.:y.k il sh me-Q QW .+ g..Q:,g., Bw , 51.3 Q ' 1 ',Q,:-'55f.4LJ" Q ,gr Q- ' Q.. " 'ie -'Six SQQXSQQ r Lx 'g.1..,.,.f, xx. k , f'-W e :5"2,.. .ws f1'sYg5W'RygQ.a. er he ,wg .M-.gg-w,,gg5. 1 . sf-f . .3-3, N..-14 M., 3 Sf 55 -vm Lu: . -we-f...w:'Av.,,.. - .A A xiserw r. 5 . wg L. . 'X - L rn,,.5. 1 Vx in .5 va, I --Mxqpqx-X.. kxym X PYSWNI - .4 - 'efixYW'9QW'1 NH' fw if -- Mm . 4 . - L . . . M- -... ,i,.rQ..1 .3 -. .Ny-x .. .NX www K N.. Z f. 5, x-'ms S L 'M ix 5? A' I Q L . .. f 1 f - -5 -iv '-iQ5s.x'.R? 'wvifg 1-1 5 r' f Q. . - ACCOMPANIST Maxine Priest 154 OCTET Row I B WoIrer5,J Jones, M Burnett, Row 2, J. Goeoelbecker, J Noboe, A BOYCIGU, P Bevan V Burger. CADET CHOIR 155 Gail Waldman gives advice to "Mama" casr. Mr. Robuck gives instruction, but Judy Wcikelee and Dick Gauch have their own ideas. Row Row Row Row PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF 1: P. Gregory, M. lofelice, S. Jerevec, L. Levkovifz, G. Waldman, L. Ress, P. Zeigler, J. Lucas, P Muracca. 2: J. Batfung, L. Judice, J, Closky, S. Forker, C. Togh, C, Jeran, K. Kish, B. Smith, E. Mylar. 31 J. Smith, N. MocQuarrie, M. McBroom, C. Misich, P. Launch, B. Popp, A. Mocheta, C. Friedel P Holiz. dt J. Moyer, D. Gouch, C. Jackney, J. Waikins, T. Jaworski, J. Wawrzyniak, J. Young, D. Roberts 156 Uncle Chris leaves to visit Dogmar in the hospital. Katrin Mama Papa Dagmar Christine Mr. Hyde Nels Aunt Trina Aunt Sigrid Aunt Jenny Uncle Chris A woman Mr. Thorkelson Dr. Johnson Arne , A Nurse Another Nurse Soda Clerk Madeline Dorothy Schiller EUCLID HIGH PRESENTS "l REMEMBER MAMA" Charlene Bratush Bonnie Poznik Karen McPeek Norman Johnson Judy Klosky Malinda Shirk Nancy Carney Brian Walton Dick Gauch Judy Wakelee Corol Crvrn Clarolyn Friedel Robert Mason Eileen Laurich James Bubonics Fred Fantini Thomas Leach Portia Miles Carol Gauch Richard Kerzic Carol Gauch Charlene Brafush Bonnie Poznik Mama Consoles Uncle Chris as he prepares to leave the world l57 Sports jr Participation in sports develops sportsmanship a nd teamwork. Through the intra-mural program for girls and the various inter- school sports for boys, Euclid stud- ents were able to develop these characteristics. This year has been an eventful one as Euclid students saw the Cross-Country, Wrestling and Football Teams become champ- ion or Co-Champs of the Lake Erie League. ,M ..,:,, Q ,,..,,, .. ..s,. . as ..,,' r .,-,',f:3ys:,- .s-..v s. ws..-.. , . , s--..,-we X ,..: Sgr- ' ,- Q ' gi-gs' .ii ' 5-'Q 'J Fl' ' I .2 ' 1 IH, -. . m l gl - , ?, A. F ,- SI X. N l 'YVN4 ,,.:, - Ab. fs...9q,,..-fzszifi' 1.25 ,:+f-+-ef-:-v1s-::r4g:::-s- fr- s.: , as 1, . ss . . ffff '?-:EV ..., , T.: V nlggg ..,-,s...,:,,Ygj:::fg5:g:5:g- . ,V fkz.-:..:fa,a. .si -.sim E I: siiiif--. fr-, . . V -:.:,Q..,E SQ' ,ru . Q ,g - ' 4.1-:":wz: -: I 5: T ., .,,:5,::rs: ,.., - sz.. ar- v-i 5 . -e..:f, q X, ' ss M' W- L - '?S5wt'l, Q 1 ,.X,.- KS- 'K x , . ' ,p::ws:fz'w2f'sf1wsy eg' Q " Q21 ...s- ,..-.-,,,...,..... .... 1 1. 4 .... A 4 21 err!!-. E 3 as ,. T :d'E..P'. .wo-qr""""'3""" Q .iw z 5 .wwy . Q MMS W. 3 S g,,,,Ae,...w3 ,.x.W..f A1 2 ,,,.,,x.A,W.?-5 s X f 1 i 5 if ,,,,,.....,..,-9-w Ah- ....,..-.-qw .quam-v..e-an .alas-anna-ull uqqpnn-dna wmrwMwc - 1 . 1 ff aff: BOD Clflmel' Lorry Nosse Tom Wight Pm Smith lake Erie league r 4 ,A ,X ie a. . Dove Lockwood Ted Kremer Mork Marion DCIS SEGHWON 160 I f . ' x . 'J ' ' Xe Orlow Werfenberger Fronk Federico Tony Focorett Bob Martin 1957 l C0-Champs 1 , AE 'Ig f 2 r if 'Ni X , , Jim Gorfz Tim ODdOhl John Ridinger Wayne Milligan 161 Y X ' im Hofferf Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid .53 . .A . . Q v ww . ' if 'f1': -g X.-B':',!"!11.A' . "'::QFq:i-:, '.gff':':E Q..-f -- .1 ug.. ,Nw :Nm-gi vm..:,.q..,g wt X ' ' 'QWX V? X z K Q Ni- 5,0 Q X Q W 'X .3 3 X .ms ,Q , +9 r .v 'X 5 N 4 ' 'wigs K A wx 'ggwmx is l . 4 A Bill Scott l4 Akron Garfield lf? l4 Canton Lehman 7 6l Ashtabula O l3 Heights O 7 Shaker O .1 QM V if,f'Kf-- ' V t . Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Won ! .i I J, Dick Vah Bill Walrers l3 Parma 7 O Lakewood 7 l3 Shaw 7 6 Painesville Harvey O 7 Lost 2 VARSITY COACHES AND CAPTAIN A. Galicki, N. Nelson, Bob Cramer, D. Mohr, J. Lewis, C .7 .4- . "a 1' ,. R. Diester, R. Moler Richard Price V, Budan, R. Leland 2 3-Q 7 M A vs? if I 1 3 ! HIS " ,I , tru-1 L'X f'1"3 W ul 22 IBD 35' 38 A ,275 as I8 I9 W I If ,L fl 1 U E 'JINYIIEIIS 6 . . . 3 , W' JI" 'f'.'M '1 q,,,,,.,.:I...I,.I-.i- ' VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM JUNIOR VARSITY COACHES AND CAPTAINS Lk J. Mover, R. SICIIIOD, T. F h E Sf h -I A -1- g.. 4.. ' f ,- X - - ' . . JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 'I63 x 'Q ,0 ff f, . mi t or ' , 4 M. A.. A V and V . 1 I K X 5, 'Q' AS N2 W? M ,, M , ,wan y , 'KA 'ga - in 'x 4' 6 ,-x W 5- f , -..W , F. Q6 ,1- 1 li...i1-- .Ny .- '5 f o 5 . U x I y 4, Q " Y . L ' 'dm n , " I X X--':. :rpg xy. 9 jf X 3 -X , z l Jldwza I I rv W A M N. X , , ' fi-Q I 4 1 f - -. . , ,, im --........L-,-,.,-:,... ,,, , T553 - 'H' ' L. fm.-y A I A-'P ,I ,I 1 . V E 6 , y , fn I, 4 Q 1: ,' 'x Y' s M 35:2 Y V , e - . , . Y , N-.N 4' ' wa 2 "- 43. ' f ' iq.: , ,- - Q ,.,c.,,f.f-N ---- '1-ff ----'Y 2 ,,,... ::,Qr?f' ' r ' 5 :-2: 3 'Xl , Q 1 ir Q G4 rw 1, 5 J if ...L E Q . K. " wmv x 2 is? . jkx . 1 .. .A T ' ' 1 ?"'iq"S?f'73Tf'1' ??w??',?" V ' Y 52713 3' ' 'TW 7 573715 -11 ' Q I -" E 4 WY Zi? '1 f 5 I , - . . . 112 wg j r A 'Mm ' 4 5E8?zTffLf"4?1v9 .. .if Q 3 up ' " 'qw ' ' . , xy 'i ' g::f15 .. . f 1 - X f 1 5 1. if 1'-f 1 .- ,. 4 X' - f . ----- - 1 'iq ' ii . c . i Q 1 . I H 5 1, ,-5 , -' 'V Y ' - P 1 . L 4 if, 4- , yvxv Mi N , V .,,, . ,.N5k:-- ,X 4, , Q. - Y X ' ' . 1' 'SQEQN ' X , IZ- iz, -5' A 1n.,7 , 1 AA G , . A . 4 ', X ' cc v,sw1s,-r- X , ,L v v - . -5, N . 5.-3.1 'Q :fx ' - V W E . fi f XS ' " 4 vu Q-T. ' .- r .,?" :1f 5 I ' 'R 6' ', 2 N NY -2 ' r V", . F'i9"I! 1"f?Ei'i55-75:52 . ' 1 ' 4 A 1 1 4 . .. K, 4.55. N - 'fm My X A -ag . 1441 ... U., 1 M 4- 1411. QiS,-.-.a-r::,4ew:. - ws .1 , E 1 L Bob Cramer 58 80 71 48 67 35 54 55 64 Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid SECTIONAL CHAMPS Varsity Scores Chagrin Garfield Parma Lakewood Orange Shaw Shaw Harvey Heights Worm 6 4 . - , -1 - . .. ,P A ..-, W 4.1. N ...mimmw Y Q gm. i ' ff, 7 9 3 1 wwf 5: -I Q, " Q' , rm-Nw --A'- '. Q iffqsmrwfwmwww ' 5? 5 I U 1 , .E V x.-,...... ..,.. 1 5' ' f I .Q i 5 A , M Sig? -. , . . . av ,M , 1 Vtk- 1 41lf,3Ik.y' h Vi 6 iggs ...E . 5 q Jim Yanchar 50 70 57 81 65 67 58 59 62 Jim Pegoraro Dennis Rash Jon Thomas 2 " ' "T - - 31' xi ,y7"49Q: I" f ' ,Q ' . 1 5 gi.-:i 4. -: ij - 1 A c N. , - . . - 1 fi ' , 1 .51:2x.,..:ii.:kfx , 1,1 .: 1' Qi., ,.1-,- - . X ai.. 3, '-51' HQ, f ' 1, - '- " Q5 ' 1 -Q 'w.:-'e1:::v-5-I.'-- f m.-1 Q .' , , . ..,,.. . . " " f?'f.2f:Q .I "2 v ' ff.,.s'r' , ' 'A 1 I-' t I ' 'K '- il '1' 1 1 . 7 - ' -. ..- ' E' . ' 1 - A 1 2 - . " . H ' . ' " 1 Q 4, - . , 5- or ,':-1311.5-zkex:-,fvi ,.,.N5., V fy. Q . -si-4.:-srf: . .. 1,:- , 4,04 L.L:..., Joe Nossek Dennis Potter Edward Boulwdre 166 Q -ff E , E X5 1 , I V , X, i 1 I A ---W .J : l - -1 . I. , A wr. 1 V4 I P HK 5 3. ' - 777 '74 ' , LH" ' s ll l Mc, I h W 'W L af 1 J Q? 1 . Vs M3 A ' 7-it ' M1 f 1,11 I '-I 'I-ki wvf X xr X , . xr jga - f l I ,J I -rf QI, iff : 'v, N ' - :I , il 'N Doug Beyers Pot Smith Len Urgeleit Ted Kramer .EW S- 'iqhu 'xg kiw i. i. ,Q fi a, an , ' Tres ' -, QM ji , gif ,A3,,..M?t, tx .31t , ?,Q,cg,.e,As, , ,I Ak i f Jim Duffy Bob Hines Ron Schnieder I67 Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid 1 957 T0 U R N A M E N T Vo rsity Scores East 68 St. Joseph 76 Heights 47 S h o ke r 5 7 P 0 rm 0 4 4 B rush 57 Lo kewood 73 Sho ker 54 Lost l l 'iii Y ' 5 'gif' f f'5z,t'XwQ?QiSiL2, Doug Johnson ' : , VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM qua: 51-988 SR i. 15021 3.5 KSTYRI ffl 0 QSC-5,6 'MMI A wi' K ,I f gl . WON I5 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM LOST 3 I68 .u 35 I L? I e J ' , . 5 x ,, ' x 1 ' 4 'PSV' xv ! 1 32'1f'f"" Y . 3:91 '2:72Zz'f X f 14 5 ' ' f . 3' IA 'E'-YN, i mf ff? 'Ni , v R . X 1 vY v! ' -' -.SM . tefigtv, .' 'B nl 'H I 3 S 'd Z 5- ' ff nc xQ.! P+ 03-" wus- 'Q J '-src . I 4 T3 ' w h 54- AN H swx , . .. "- Bel, nf L H iw? jx E2 .,.'i. -1 ' J 1' 'i 2,3 g , U 1 Sf -f X Q, 4' 'ax Q . 7 , L s, Q bg A Q A fi x X L , - NN, , - - 5? A4 , .' , 1 4. ' J I V W X of f I -all '- 5, ' - 'A , E " . 'H "" ' b 31 we 1? f v 55 'ff , V f Q ' U G , if if :.-5 ,v-: , V Y , 4 1 ag A 1 , -..M . . w P I .W mmwm AQ , ,if S ry Nosse lake Erie league Lou Hovcinsek 3' l'M ii W-.-,WMA-M I ' i 1 , ,M i..,,w-.-W,.. ., -vw.-V-...,,,,., , , 5-722 ll 5 , X Bill T i W., gm.-..,,....... l l l l 'M if J. 'W ,Q 3' wmef, egel Orlow Werfenbe g Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid VARSITY Won l7O SCORES Ga rfield Bedford Cuyohog Po rmo Shaker l O ll 22 ci Falls 2 O ll MkM Str h He yeht yr- T? " ' .A-m..-'.,, Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid , x" - We VARSITY SCORES Cleveland Heights I2 Lakewood l l Shaw Pa i nesvi I le Sf. Joseph Mayfield ll Lost l 171 ran e erica l957 Champions David Barnes .,.l.w,... . A 1 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Third in Stote Competition. Ken Ross, State Champion, 'I27 pounds. 1 ff-WN WON 5 JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM LOST 0 I72 I J 4, 41. 13 , N 1 W t. f'-mv 4 W., MESH? H! :www fzi' Mx ' .,7!m3:'5 "i.f':i0ha . is A I 1 if Q 2 1--ffW::'z-fW:I'a':2 2 4 1 f QQ 1 Nmrggg, J- X Yu. Xy, E As X .0 . 4 t . gy - ack , Jem K' X Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid ,,v,1q,,,. .. .. , ...,,,c.4,v.,V ,..,r.,,,.,.. - ,,, ,M H - . .?.,-.!:::,7-,arm-se, 3 ,, . l A X f E Q , Q f -1 . we ,, -. Ir Aerial " - , l- 'Q I 5 in 3 fn: lv' X fu ff .,, 10 V t X v . 1 i vw S 1 K' M r Tom Gobel Ned Browning Gary Bill Alan Hale SWIMMERS SET NEW WIN-LOSS RECORD 46 Berea 3l 59 Shaw l8 44 Heights 33 27 Lakewood 50 25 Shaker 52 44 Berea 36 Won 8 , N V 5 "'4 f vrx M V ' ,V ,xx M N ,..7Q,A,j,,,tm :Q V 1 g - Y N! . e'li I' 4 . 4-4, al a if ee f Howard Leininger Dick Gravel! Stan Sak Barry Richards 174 4 . K H 7 lg an I , I if ,xfwlf ,fix M fb V , U - KJ . ' ' , V i '.q,,,,l A ' , ' I M,f', if M A i ,rg I I' 4 1 A 1 El 3 " gi , , 4, A ' Fil 'P ' Bob Koib Poul Richords Som Lonese Bob Gobel Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid CDEQ PLACE EIGHTH IN STATE MEET Lost i Height Lakewood Shaker Akron Show Wooster 4 l runes- I I ,E ,gg . ' . 'Z 'rn' "M C sf" ',,,.-A-Q. i i ri ' eorge Adomik Bob Dever Cooch Barlow Conch Grorn l75 VARSITY SWIM TEAM .QQ -... -' fx ,X v. 3 I ,. A , x ,,. 2' 4'-' A -A ,, ,, 1 f ' .fx '. Sz i W QQ. fx' 121, .-I I ,, A -v Q -, . X, , N, 'A X 2. . " .4 , 'Z . f ' s 'Z' T, ' , 2 , , 2 g f s I. "x A . V x" K- I -N , R' X , . ' ' W" N- f 7 N I if JUNIOR VARSITY SWIM TEAM I76 ' f Swlmmer rests for froctuon of c. second before returning to the other end of the pool, Kath completes tune dwe. Euclud duvers proctece tor cughts and mncs, Leunmger completes has drve Kalb makes good leap for extra distance. Euclid squad watches team mates win. I77 -N lung. '1 fin '- rf ' H1 Ll.Yvp0 TI! ' H CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Row I: B. Lewin, D. McCarthy, B. Chapman, R. Moses, V. Burger, R. Reeves. Row 2: B. Kelso, J. Hopperf, B. Gorse, T, Heinz. D. Bates, B, Nebe, L. Typewski. Row 3: S. Brown, R. Lucca, R. Speel, S. Jones, J. Smith, R. Blackburn. Row 4: D. McColeman, D. Margo, D. Fulier, D. Roberts, R, Schmidt, D. Soeder, D. Thompson. LAKE ERIE CHAMPIONS AND DISTRICT CHAMPIONS Won 7 Lost 0 Dave McCarthy Russ Moses Bob Chapman VBYHOH BUFQEY 178 thletic Board ATHLETIC BOARD Row I: M, Boumer, F. Pringle, C. Eckert, J. Moyer, D McColer-non, J. Suponce, A .VoccorreIlo. Row 2: D. Thompson, C. Swockhomer, N. Nelson, D. Mohr, E. Stoch, B. Barlow, A. Buerger, J. Photo Row 3: W. Boerger, A. Golicki, J. Calvert, C. Blouch, B Grohom, C. Owens, R. Keoy lettermen's Club Row Row Row Row LETTERMAN'S CLUB T. Kramer, J. Gortz, J. Hoffert, W. Milligon, D. Smith, T. Wight, P. Smith, T. Opdohl, B. Knuth N. Browning, G. McCracken, M. Miller, J. Pegororo, F. Federico, L. Nosse, T. Gobel, J. Thomas McCarthy. J. Posquole, D. Grovell, D. Bloom, D. Bovetz, R. Schnieder, D. Doley, J. Rogosh, B. Nebe, R. Moses D. Bates, K. Ross, J. Yonchor, L. Konyho, J, Nowcrcek, V. Burger, W. Fox, B. Wolters, B. Chopmon 179 GIRLS' LEADERS Raw l: C. Wallace, E. Potichney, P. Bulinek, B. Lloyd, C. Turner, C. Bratush, G. Swartz, M. Solon, K. Mclnfryre, D. Stelluti, S. Santee, W. Ryder. Row 2: M. l-lummon, M. Larkin, N. Halderrrian, C. Dougherty, D. Lee, M. McPherson, G. Slot, J. Mag:- lenga, P. Williams, J. Clayton, M. Samsa, M. Pesec, P. Shuster, J. McKibben, E. Vonhof. Row 3: A. Mocaroe, J. Clark, D. Opalich, J. E-uchar, M. Zanghi, R. Berlo, M, Martin, A. Borden, P. Permc, D. Lindstrom, B Bowers, C. Miller, J. Nobbe, B. Smith, D. Koss, A. Volclugo. G!RLS' LEADER OFFICERS G. Schwartz, C. Bratush, M. Solon x... liirls' leaders Junior and sophomore girls who excel in leadership, scholarship, de- pendability, and sportsmanship have the qualifications necessary to be- come members ot the Girls' Leaders Club. Alter attending the Leaders' Clinic and being voted on, the mem- oers referee, act as teachers' assistants and give gym makeups. l8O XX Q , . Q -:7 ., i G. A. A. ADVISORY BOARD Row lg M, Hummon, N. Halderman, J. Nobbe, K. Mclntyre. Row 2: A. Johnson, D. Opvalich, A. Borden, G. Schwartz, P. Perme, .AJ-l. Advisor Board By becoming a member ot the Girls' Athletic Association, girls have a chance to play such intramural sports as soccer, volleyball, field hockey, basketball, baseball, and tennis. Be- sides the fun and exercise, girls earn points toward an "E" letter or a medal, the most coveted prize of a G. A. A. member. ....- -,.,, Am 'le A .4 .L... ......-.... . .....l.., G. A. A. SPONSOR Miss Audrey Simonic Rovg I: M. Hummon, R, Berlo, G. Brewster, M. Lau- Row I: D. Opalich, N. Pefrich, D. Sfellufi. rich, B. Perusek. Row 2: P. Nipple, C. Chauby, B. Burr, J, Nobbe, N Row 2: l.. Soderberg, C. Berezonsky, B. Hanslnk, L. Halderman, L. Ress, J. Clayton. Schrack, J. Clarke, J. Battung. SENIOR H. Bagirski, M, Solon, J. Runo, J. Jarc, A. Borden, C Near, B. Smith, M. Wofawa, B. Novak, M Yager E Barrows, C. Rafter. P. Zelgler. G.A.A. R. Miklauz, E, Bartko, P. Bulicek, J. Town. Row 1: C. Wright, C. Gausby, P Schuster, R. Alaya L. Gallop, R. Templin. Row 2: G. Schworts, D. Sanders. 182 I D Lee, A, Macarol, M, McBroorn, B. Swarrzwelder, M. Schultz, H, Prebeusek, N Knoff, H Morgan, N I Wolff, J, McKxbben, Castello, J Battung, W Yates, JUNIOR J Barnes, D. Beyer, G. Berfhold, D Rarnmel, E Von- K. Mclnfyre, C Turner, N Pokorny, A Gessic, P holf, M, Terrell, S. Lrndquust. Perme G.A.A. A. Johnson, M. Turk, G. Bagocious, B. Benson, K B, Tolar, D. Shank, D. King, A, Have, Tropnano, J. Bucher, D. Thornberens, C. Miller. IB3 L Rouse, P Romisher, M. Boyler, D. Hess, D. Ingram, M. Iafeluce, K. Horrocks, K Raosch, T. Randozzo, J D Szewczyk, J Brundick, K. Prefnor BeTTs, C. Perry, L Petrrch. SOPHOMORE Row I: J. Herald, C. Osberg, J. Turk, J. Kolsky, N. W. Millar, J. Holzmer, M. Miller. M. Williams, D Link. Weiss, C GUTH, L. McCormick, M. Grim. Row 2. D. Zackel, J, Zeunnk, N. Beran, B, Kunter, B. Mulford, D. Rossow. G.A.A. Row 1: S. Anderson, M. Barcalow, C. Langa. Row it J, Peck, J, Peifie, D. Mika, L. Castro Vinci, J. Row 2' B. Evans, V Pemberron, B. Colt. Lausos, C. Harris, .i. Shale. Row 2: M. Jack, S. Cameron, S. Redfern, N. Burrough, C. Tkafch, P. Siclliano, A. Crono, J, Lindbead. 184 GIRLS SWIM CADETS Boffung, J. Sfuehrmger, C Neat, A, Huusore, D Scanners, S Sweber, B Pemsek, C Gouch, N, Eckermon M, Priest Student life Here, in Student Life, is the story of Euclid High, a school enriching the lives of all. To be a part of Euclid is more than attending clas- ses. lt is friendships, the thrill of the first day, watching and cheering at an important game, singing the "Star Spangled Ban- ner" at an assembly, or waiting for the 3:20 bell to ring. Regard- less of the occasion, the spirit exists and will remain in future years as memories of these events. 1' I' 'N gk af-, ww. 7 u B 9-Mi Q , N 'ilk x,f - x 5?-f, wx' ., .9 ig fx, P ,K I 'xfg 3 gr S XE in fi 9, , we, f' w A . ,.1,., Q ,f.'-LJ? ,, .,,V L, ,F X ww v '25 fy L 2 --vw - 'f ws ' ' k A 4313" I .,-i'-141205, -f- -. gg 5 i Ki,-21' ff? -f "wi . M . fig: Iii? '5f,1fQc3f , l . , gl fr if lffvbt HOMECOMING NOMINEES lst Row: S. Korencic, C. Brotush, L, Soclerberg. 2nd Row: M. McColl, B. Gregory, G, Hunt, S Mock, C. Eiskonen, S. Seiber. 3rd Row: J. Koeth, D. lngrom, S. Miller, l.. Relyeo, B. Harris, P. Doyle. Homecoming festivities begon with the nomination of these fifteen girls by the Letterrnen's Club ond the election by the student Body. The crystal bcill ond 0 winning teorn mode this yeor's donce perfect. l88 11 'S Q., X if L Queen Sally Korencic and her court were announced at the dance and posed for their royal portrait. xx x' '. , Wf 4 :E 1ff.3f.?ff? ff" " we- +2221 V' . - ffiw 'fl X. ,..., 00, :glue 5 ' vw Candidates for queen and sophomore attendant happily acknowledge the crowd's Cheers as they parade around the football field. l89 M1444 ' Caprain Bob Cramer and Pot Smith throw the A victory was The hope of all os the cheerleaders Heights dummy into The Bonfire. led the crowd in "Vicrory." -ew was X , .,.., . i. A jam packed stadium cheered and yelled as they watched Euclid win their first Homecoming game. l90 The Nobles Hi-Y get set to go nowhere os "fha-y don'f get around much anymore," Is Mr. X SM "sunny side up" or iusf plain scrambled? A ' S A. Q. sf. - u5fi'X R' .NL-'GX Q. L- a ' Lqftnt-'x The trophy for the winning floor is accepted by Goil Schwcirfs ond Pot Perme on behalf of The Girls' Leaders. 191 SANDY MOCK Senior Attendant hw GEORGIA H U NT Senior Attendant ig f 'S rd PAT DOYLE JOANN KOETH Junior Attendant Sophomore Attendant I 92 SALLY KORENCIC Homecoming Queen -r ,Q The Sophomores went back to the "good old daze". The Sophomore Class pre- sented their first assembly in the latter part ot October. Euclid students went back to the roaring twenties where bathing beauties and night club singers whooped it up. They still have schools in the year 2000. The slogan tor the day the Juniors presented their assem- bly was "better late than never". Based on school lite in the year 2000, scenes depicting the average school day and Home- coming were presented. l94 The "biggest and best" is what the Seniors worked for and achieved in their fall as- sembly. Patterned after Green- wich Village, the assembly used a regular stage setting for the first time. Hey Jim! Where did you dig up the weed? Ja. eva , .-. .JCR Maxine Priest teaches the varsity football players the art of dancing gracefully. "Come on Jackson, and get hep." Arlene McCormack's jive number was one of the biggest production numbers in the assembly. Miss Hansen explains class procedures to parents at the annual Open House, Parents got a chance to learn about their child's courses at the annual Open House. Various remarks were heardg the most common being "Hon- estly, I don't know how the children do it. Those stairs really are a chal- lenge. -wr- L,,a-L-ie .. Q Many a future teacher's heart was filled with thoughts of years to come as they were inducted into F.T.A. Through the hard work of the Deans and Mr. Owens, Euclid's an- nual College Nite was a success. The purpose ot College Nite is to inform the students and parents on various college's curricula and requirements. Interested students learn about college requirements at the annual College Nite. After game dances were always popular as they gave students a chance to get-together informally and talk over the game. Dennis Rash forgot to watch the dancing when he saw Tony with a COYTEEYO. Euclid couples step lightly across the floor after the football game. "Oh Jon, you dance divinely"' Tony Gregorc and his Silvertones were a favorite dance bond. 197 Next year, the after game dances will be as much looked forward to as they were this year. Gone with them are many memories of good fun. This year because of the increased spirit, pep assemblies were held more often. The pep band, cheerleaders, and majorettes were all part of the excited crowd urging their team to bring home a victory. Maiorettes strut down the gym to the "Euclid Fight Song." P Esposito, K. Osbergg D Weiss. Coptg J. Horoldg M, Iafelicej K. Linsz. The l957 cheerleaders, pro tem. The gym was like a bomb ready to explode before the crowd stood for the "Victory" cheer and the singing of the "Alma Mater" which brought the rallies to ci close. The cheering continued-not stopping until after the game. "i7qT""""'..Q-.QE 'i l . N ' sl ' i i Concession workers were kept busy selling pop, coffee, candy, hot dogs, and popcorn to hungry customers. Through the efforts of the Student Council and Ad Club, refreshments and tickets were easily and quickly obtained, adding to the enjoyment of visitors. -54.5 Karen McPeek greets a customer. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS P. Esposito, K, Osberg, D, Weiss, Capt: J. Harold, M. Iofeluce, K. Linsz. At both home and away games Euclid students and adults filled the stands. Regardless of the weather or distance, Euclid fans were there showing the team that win or lose they were behind them. Euclid students bundled up at the Harvey game. I99 C'mon Euclid - slaughter Shawl The most memorable football game was the night Euclid beat Shaw to become Co-Champs of the Lake Erie League. Students began to gather at the high school about 6:30 for the car caravan which would travel to Shaw. "And we will fight - And we will win" Decorated with signs and shakers, the buses and cars were filled with excited students, eage-r to see Euclid win. Windows were open so that cheers and pep songs were heard as the caravan proceeded down Euclid Avenue. 00 We're on our way! Euclid students arrived forty-tive minutes early to fill up the Shaw and Euclid stands. Their cheers were heard by the team in the locker room listening to Coach Mohr's pre-game instructions. Mr. Taylor and the choir boosted school spirit by selling shakers and sponsoring buses, an . .- :"FJfe 'EQILZH' ' 5'l ' f.R' T T , r .ff . - --,. ' 4 ' . nigh., his Mr, "T" and a bus load of Euclid rosters arrive at Shaw, "Everyone" went to the victory party at Marcia Hill's home. 201 By out-cheering and out fighting Shaw, Euclid's team returned home to Euclid where students waited to greet them. lt was a night to remem- ber, the night when the coaches' and team's beliefs and Euclid's spirit paid oft. The votes were counted at the mock presidential election, in which President Eisenhower won student support. To prepare students tor future elec- tions, Euclid held its second mock election, Tuesday, November 4 under the direction ot a Senior speech class, Students planned the election and helped at the ballot boxes, counting and tallying the returns. To raise money for the Community Chest, the Billy WilIiam's Quartet visited Euclid through the efforts Every Friday, students entered the auditorium to enjoy entertaining yet educational assemblies, planned by va- rious organizations and outside groups. Each class held a party where they had an opportunity to be- come better acquainted and raise funds for class projects. ot Bill Randle. Sophomores get together for the first time at their party. 202 For the last time the class of '57 had their fall party. Tony Gregorc's band played as the Seniors whooped it up. There was plenty of food and many came back for seconds and thirds. Don Howard asked, "Is that o cookie l see before me?" Sandy Mock accompanied by the "Silvertones' entertained the happy Seniors The Girls' Dixie Land Band was quite a hit. Entertainment was provided by the Seniors themselves. As the fun con- tinued, memories of previous parties prevailed as-Sophomores, our first get-together, as Juniors, the Virginia reel, and as Seniors, the jokes and laughter. The choir sings "The Hymn of Thanksgiving," Thanksgiving signified the traditional Regents Hi-Y assembly. Poems on the Spirit of Thanksgiving were read by members, and the music in the back- ground made this a beautiful and in- spiring assembly. This year, Reverend Mayer delivired an inspiring talk on the true meaning of the Spirit of Thanksgiving. The student body listened to Reverend Mayer intently. The choir gave its annual Thanksgiv- ing program the day before Thanksgiv- ing. The program, serious in nature, was in keeping with the freedom and Day of Thanksgiving we in the United States celebrate and enjoy, 4 Mr. Taylor announces the "Thanksgiving proclamation Christmas meant a great deal to the Choir. The day before the Christ- mas assembly, choir alumni mem- bers and the present members decor- ated the Christmas trees at the first Choir party. The Girls' Glee Club in one of their songs. Choir alumni members joined the choir in the traditional "The Lord Bless You and Keep Yau." Santa Claus visits the third floor hamerooms. 205 The whole school was decorated as the homerooms and Student Council joined to make this Christmas a gay one in the halls of Euclid High. Miss Williams' homeroom 2Ol won the prize for the best decorated Senior homeroom. - iz ' . fx. . Q.. V ,i-.. e- I' 'vwwsfffw , 5 lah I i gf, i 5 x N The Futurite party begins its campaign. Each year, in connection with the Senior government classes, Euclid students take over the city government for a day, Signs and posters show- ing party platforms and candi- dates were posted throughout the halls. Tom Wight, Tony Gregorc and Guy Donahue were elect- ed mayor, council president and judge respectively. On January l6, they took office along with the other elected officials. EucIid's City Council is sworn in. ,.--...--..--P . 'N Huw! nu.-. c A gt Tom Wight takes the oath of office from Mayor Sims. 206 tai HAQOY THE lvxllw l Www tslikil x WJ l7UlL BLlL FOR One of the most impressive and long - awaited assemblies was the National Honor Induc- tion Assembly, which took place on January l8. Speech- es on character, scholarship, service and leadership were delivered by members of the organization. Joanne Sando, Ron Fasimpaur, Arlene Valduga and Tom Eddy d New members begin their part in the ceremony. 207 Natalie Halderman calls the roll of new members. eliuered the speeches this year. There were many anxious moments as the roll was called and new members were ushered to the stage. The organ music in the back- ground and the happiness ot the new members all added to the program. After the cere- mony and pictures were com- pleted, a tea was held in the cafeteria tor parents and new members. dvertising B' A most important part of school spirit is the backing of the parents and community. With true spirit our community has backed our sports, organizations, and activi- ties as shown by the advertisers on the following pages. Without their aid, this yearbook could not have been published. -JJ! . L ' tg 'I Q . 1 5, ' . U55 nn-- ison sau' if ' 5?h"l.a?!' :tie Q' uf ., M35 2 ii auth 'tt at fi : '73 g lieu' 731 Wiz., A ,xlb .fw-ff K- rvfw OT! mgtifygi' , Patronize Your Advertisers Best Wishes CLASS OF 1957 750 East 185th Street CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER Convenient Safe Profitable Interest Bearing Sound Management Substantial Reserves T . C I.. A I R A V I N G S AND LOAN COMPANY 813 E. 185 St. 0 6235 St. Clair Ave. Savings Accounts Insured up to 510,000 Two Convenient Locations IV. 1-7800 I-IE. I-5670 Euclid's Finest Home Values KAPEL REALTY Realize the Home of Your Dreams Will Build to Your Blueprints or Your Specifications Also Build on Your Lot Real Estate - Builders Property Management - Insurance by Seifert 902 E, 222nd St. RE, I-0400 Best Wishes From FOREST CITY MATERIALS CO. Cleveland's Largest Lumbermen 17903 St. Clair Ave. CONGRATULATIONS THE GEOMETRIC STAMPING CO. CA Subsidiary of Barium Steel Corp,I iiii East Qoofh sneer - Euclid, ohio 212 3145 Superior Good Wishes From The Auto - Diesel Piston Ring Co., Inc. Avenue SUperior 1-1737 Cleveland 14, Ohio Compliments of Frank A. Thomas Er Associates, Inc. Civil Engineers 8- Surveyors Euclid, Ohio 213 Good Luck Graduates ot l957 V. DEMSHAR 6. SONS 22034 Lake shore Blvd, Complete Line of Magnavox l-li-ti Equipment - Also Complete line of photographic Supplies 81 Equipment Compliments of RICHARDS MARKET 82l E. 222 RE 2-7595 WHITEWAY STAMPING CO. Residence Commercial Factory Bldg. CARL J. NEWMAN Masonry - Construction 450 Lloyd Rd. Euclid 32, Ohio RE. l-2705 ST. CLAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 20020 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland l9, Ohio KEnmore l-6000 ED WANK Television Service Co. Euclid's oldest T.V. Service Shop DuMont - Philco - R.C.A. - Motorola G.E. All Standard Makes ANTENNA REPAIR and Installation Visit Our Color T.V. Room 378 East 200th St. Euclid, Ohio 214 EUCLID WINDOW SHADE COMPANY 505 E. 185 Street KE 1-4343 Euclid 19, Ohio Compliments of CHESTERFIELD STEEL SERVICE CO. 1220 East 22nd St, Compliments ot SIMS BROS. BUICK. INC. 18781 Lake Shore Blvd, Euclid, Ohio lVanhoe 6-0600 Bus: MU. 1-0116 l-lome: FA, 1-3475 D 6. D CLOTHING CO. Tailor Made Suits, Pants Ready Made Suits, Topcoats New Yorker Overcoats M. Ornstein New Store 895 East 152nd St. 762 East 152nd St. Cleveland 10, Ohio Best Wishes From THE PANTHER DINER 768 E 222nd St. RE 1-9775 Our Specialties Pantherlnurgers, Home Cooking, "Take Out" Service Compliments ot CLARK'S FOOD STORE 215 Compliments at ACKERMAN PLASTIC MOLDING DIV. i"k'k Consolidated Iron and Steel Manufacturing Co. EAST 200th HARDWARE Hand and Power Tools Fishing Tackle Plumbing and Electric Supplies Housewares - Appliances Scott's Lawn Care Products 687 East 200th Street lVanl'1oe l-8448 Compliments at SAM'S MODERN BARBER SHOP 828 East 200th Street Compliments of MOSS POINT CLEANERS 550 East 200tl'i Street 36370 Vine Street MILLER'S BEAUTY SALON Above Roller Drame 22480 Shore Center Dr. Euclid 23, Ohio REdwood l-9358 Compliments ot WATERWASH HARDWARE 335 East 200th Street Compliments at MODEL FOOD MARKET 445 East 200th Street Compliments of THE COLLINWOOD PUBLISHING CO. 8l4 East l52nd Street Compliments of DAVID'S JEWELERS 934 East l52nd Street Compliments ot JOE'S MOBIL SERVICE BIB East 200th Street 2l6 KERRUISH JEWELERS, INC. 8l8 East l52nd Street Good luck and a prosperous future 0 former Euclidite Congratulations Class of '57 81 Success in the future JACK L. ROBERTS Welter Realty, lnc. Compliments of P. R. WARD COMPANY 870 East l5'2nd Street MULLEN PURE OIL Cor. E. 222 St. and Euclid KE l-9892 REdwood l-7070 WILKIE HARDWARE Paints - Glass - Housewares Plumbing - Electrical Supplies 809 East 222nd Street Euclid 23, Ohio Best Wishes From PAGE REALTY CO. 8- PAGE INSURANCE AGENCY Realtors Member of North East Multiple Listing Service 455 E. 200th St. KE, l-lO3O Congratulations Seniors LAKE SHORE TASTY SHOP Corner 222nd and Lake Shore Blvd Euclid's Finest Restaurant Compliments of CARMEN BILL UPSON PHARMACY 48l East 260th Street CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! HI CARB CORPORATION 530 East 200th St. Cleveland 19, Ohio KE l-l78O 217 .f,2f511?:'4 Gene Slusser, Mgr. LAWSON MILK CO, Bread and Bakery Prod. Dairy Products and Ice Cream Open 8iOO am, to 10:00 pm, 7 days ci week 851 E, 222 St, Euclid, Ohio LAKE SHORE ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CO. 911 E. 222 St. Authorized Keepsake Diamond Rings FRIEDMAN JEWELERS Est. 1914 22312 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1-0800 12322 Superior Avenue POton'iac 1-6686 Headquarters for Sterling Silver 7Q:s5jiKiv1Sf1 i lf Ai Si if M iw i l l, .lW,LQiK.al 'g 5 i , Qxwuff' ' -" iiti'.S:fQi'i" i W, I 1 i , Q-1 ,i tj gL1N-My ' Jlila' ' I fe Q, i fag EUCLID RACE DAIRY PRODUCTS Serving All of Euclid With the Finest Dairy S' gzwvm Products in the Country 4. Muiiiiyzmaa Home Deliveries For Your Convenience ' Y - 5 S t s X- - -W , s IVanhoe 'I-4700 Famous for Ice Creams U, - Y.rM-- ' X , , fc is f X x --ilhaahf-3324.-C ..ee..bW ,,e,, .. nw'-. au.. . Ave-hr"1 r 1- we 'NN '- ' W A A it M f 'S ' Telephone KE. I-9876 ZALLER'S PURE OIL STATION Generator and Voltage Reg. Service Ignition Service - Brakes - Towing COmDlimeHfS Of 7oo Et zoom sr. UPSON SHOE REPAIR Frank and Rich Cleveland 19, Ohio CENTER BEVERAGE 26090 Mallard AND DELICATESSEN 22362 Lake Shore In Shopping Center REdwood 1-9473 WE DELIVER Open Daily 9:00 to Midnight 218 Compliments af Compliments Cleveland FABRIC shops, Inc. O Shoregate Shopping Center SKI-WAY O E. l85th Shopping Center MACHINE PRODUCTS COMPANY . RE. 2-7090 2I73O St. Clair Ave. - EUCLID CITY PLUMBING SERVICE Clevelflfld I7, OHIO 23745 Lake shore Boulevard Euclid 23, Ohio Lai-icks INGREDIENTS OF ENGINEERING 'I' I-I I N I4 T E 51' . I , '--G .t if . lii - X Y . "rg- laf ' . . " I fl ' l D0 . J Xi? E I Ns'-if . I -5 JI f' 1 426 ly!-rf? . ,-', '1'-1'f2?..-.e.'Jgff22f"' To The Graduates of E May Y uclid High l957 our Challenges Raise Your Thoughts To Ever Great Mentally, Mat ' ' er Success erlally, and Spiritually The Men at E. Hoffmann, Inc. IOB4 East 222nd Street - Euclid, Ohio THE EUCLID W OOD PRODUCTS CO. ST. CLAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 20020 St. Clair Ave. Euclid, Ohio WAGNER ELECTRIC coRPoRATioN 21300 si. Clair KE. l-6000 IV. 6-1666 219 Same Day Service Pick-Up and Delivery Jud Platz 4- Austin Platz TOWN 81 COUNTRY CLEANERS 8- SHIRT LAUNDRY Euclid Plant 22490 Lake Shore Blvd. RE I-2244 Euclid 23, Ohio For the Finest in Quality Jewelry WOLKOV JEWELERS Keepsake and Artcarved Diamond Rings All Nationally Advertised Watches 707 East l85th Street lVanhoe I-4888 Compliments of VALERIA DELICATESSEN 921 E. 185 Compliments of AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 82I E. I85 IV. I-9966 HERB FITZGERALD Repairs on Radio and T.V. RECORD PLAYERS 635 E. I85th Street List Your Home With Us A. J. MALONE AND SONS CO. 28902 Lake Shore Blvd. WI 3-4600 Willowick Compliments of DOROTHY V. BURGER AND ASSOCIATES Realtor RE. 2-8383 Frank Briganti 81 Son EUCLID BARBER SHOP 559 East I85th Street lVanhoe I-5I I2 "Serving Euclid for 33 Years" Compliments of H EN DERSHOT AND SMITH CO. KEnmore I-2640 STERN'S MENS WEAR Kgnmore 1-1313 Complete line of dress suits to rent 7I5 E, I85 Cleve. I9, Ohio LA SALLE BAKERY 863 E. I85 WHITEWAY STAMPING Cleveland, Ohio COMPANY KE I-2388 220 LACO DIE CASTING CO. 23440 Lakeland Blvd, Compliments af FRED OWEN'S GARAGE AND BODY SHOP 23031 Lakeland HATTENDORF-BLISS, INC. 25080 Lakeland Boulevard Euclid 32, Ohio Compliments of GOLLER BODY, INC. 24180 Lakeland Blvd, ZAK FUNERAL HOME 6016 St. Clair EN. I-3113 A. LOGAR, DRY GOODS 928 E. 222nd St. Euclid, Ohio KE 1-8479 933 E. 185 Cleve. 19, Ohio TRIANGLE FLORISTS Corsages-Weddings Funeral Arrangement Gifts Greeting Cords Best Wishes MELDEN'S DEPT. STORE 696 East 185th St. With Best Wishes MANWELL PRODUCTS, INC. 18011 Roseland Avenue KE I-3658 LA SALLE CLEANERS 8. DYERS 835 E. 185 Cleve. 19, Ohio Compliments of THE MOTCH 81 MERRYWEATHER MACHINERY CO. 1250 East 222nd Street G. W. OSTROM INSURANCE Chase Bldg. 21930 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-2882 Cleveland 23, Ohio Compliments of LINGERS JEWELRY Your Credit Account Invited 702 E, l85 Compliments ot THE DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY Evinrude Outboo rd Motors EUCLID MOTOR PARTS 81 REBUILDING Soles - Service - Ports Tuneup - Storoge Boots 8. Booting Supplies 2443l Lokelond RE. 2-8686 CENTER BEVERAGE AND DELICATESSEN 22362 Lake Shore In Shopping Center REdwood I-9473 WE DELIVER Open Dolly 9:00 to Midnight THE AUSTIN COMPANY Engineers ond Builders Bliss Steel Fobricoting Division l245 Eost 222nd Street Cleveloncl I7, Ohio CHARLES AND OLGA SLAPNIK FLOWER SHOPPE 6026 St. Cloir Ave. Cleveland 3, Ohio Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of NELMOR 26420 Lokelcind Blvd. Compliments of BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. 22078 Loke Shore Blvd. 222 Compliments of GABBY'S FOOD BAR 22400 Lake Shore RE. l-9854 Compliments of BILL'S CLOTHES 228l0 Lake Shore Blvd, MARTIN'S DAIRY BAR Euclid Avenue, near East 204th St Double Rich Milk Shakes Tempting Sundaes Delicious Ice Cream Cones feet LAKE SHORE MARKET Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables 20070 Lake Shore Boulevard Telephone lVanhoe l-44ll Euclid 23, Ohio Best Wishes TARANTINO BROS., INC. l76l4 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland l0, Ohio IV. l-0344 Best of Luck To the Graduating Class of i957 DR. R. M. BALDWIN Optometrist Compliments ot KLEMENC MACHINE CO. KATHERINE J. WELTER REALTOR Congratulations to the Class ot i957 YOUR FUTURE HOLDS IN STORE FOR YOU A HOME OF YOUR OWN When the Time Comes, Visit the Nartheast's most active offices 26500 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid 29025 Lake Shore Blvd, Willowick EUCLID HOMES CANTEEN Would like to give Congratulations to The Graduates of "57" 223 Compliments of GIUNTA and ZOOK BEVERAGES 923 East 222 "We Cater to Parties" RE I-6336 MILLER-STONE Euclid's Oldest Jewelers Between the Theatres RE. I-0155 22570 Lake Shore Blvd. Bus: Mu. I-OII6 Home. FA. I-3475 D 6. D CLOTHING CO. Tailor Made Suits, Pants Ready Made Suits, Topcoats New Yorker Overcoats M. Ornstein New Store 895 East l52nd St. 762 East l52nd St. Cleveland l0, Ohio For quality style and price Shop at FALLS TOWN AND COUNTRY 22822 Lake Shore 5 i SHERWIN HARDWARE 740 E. l85th St. IVanhoe I-2092 JET DIE AND DEVELOPMENT CO. 25020 Lakeland Blvd. Cleveland 23, Ohio REdwood I-3720 TEEN-AGERSI We can get you AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE KILLEN-KAUCNIK INSURANCE AGENCY 736 E. 200th St. Cleveland I9, Ohio IV. I-lO42 McDOWELL'S LAKE SHORE FOODS Full line of groceries -- Fresh meats and vegetables Full line of beverages Frozen foods - HarweII's Ice Cream Free delivery anywhere in Euclid OLD MEADOW DAIRY PRODUCTS Open 7 days a week 9 A.M. to I0 P.M. daily 23900 Lake Shore Blvd -- RE. 2-9948 Res. IV. I-O09 Engineering - Designing - Gen. Machine Work MALNAR MACHINE TOOL COMPANY Manufacturers of Special Machinery l930l St. Clair Ave. Cleveland I9, Ohio O Bus. IV. I-7744 Frank J, Molnar, President JOHN H. EMERICH Sunoco Service l8602 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland l0, Ohio KE. I-985i SUSAN'S CANDY AND GIFT SHOP For The Finest in Gifts and Candies 555 E. l85 St. 22 4 In Euclid Call VILLAGE CAB CO. Dependable 24 Hour Service 50C Anywhere in Euclid lVanhoe 6-I3OO All Cabs Equipped with 2-way Radio 5 POINTS KEY SHOP Key and Lock Work Home - Auto - Industrial POtomac l43OOO 9l6 East l52nd Street Cleveland IO, Ohio VADAKIN REFRIGERATION 8. AIR CONDITIONING, INC. I553I Euclid Ave. at Taylor Rd. Commercial Refrigeration and Home Air Conditioning Air Conditioning Sales 8. Service CALL GL. I-7346 TEDDY BEAR STORES, INC. 746 E. l85 St. Children's Wear - Juvenile Furniture - Toys IVanhoe I-8877 Compliments of RENE BEAUTY SALON Euclid - Green Shopping Center K POWERS REALTY CO. Chardon Rd. at Richmond Rd. IV. I-43lI Grade "A" Poultry and Strictly Fresh Eggs EUCLID POULTRY 549 East l85th Street Euclid, Ohio Jerv Petlfovsek KEnmore l-8l87 Phone: IVanhoe I -3300 Ruberoid - Asphalt - Asbestos Building Materials THE K 8. B HOME IMPROVEMENT, INC. 749 East l85th Street Cleveland, Ohio Carl Bork V. DEMSHAR 6. SON'S. INC. Magnificent Magnavox TV. 8. Hi-Fi Records Photographic Supplies ADAM'S MARKET Quality Meats and Poultry 520 East 200 Street lVanhoe I-2386 Congratulations Graduates THE LAKELAND FLORAL CO. C. Barile and Sons Flower, Gift and Garden Shop Lakeland Blvd. Wicklifte, Ohio Wlckliffe 3-I23O 29651 22 Compliments of MUTUAL METAL PRODUCTS, INC. 17600 Waterloo Road Cleveland 19, Ohio KE. 1-3220 Diamonds - Watches - Giftware ALVIN JEWELERS Budget Accounts Invited Never Any Carrying Charge or Interest TWO STORES 690 East 185th Street 5633 Broadway Insure With MATT F. INTIHAR Complete Insurance Service 630 E, 222nd St. REdwood 1-6888 lVanhoe 1-0678 Compliments of LAKE SHORE MACHINE CO. 1340 E. 222nd St. IV. 6-1515 Compliments of DRENIK BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTING, INC 23776 Lakeland Blvd John Drenik Best Wishes to the Graduating Class G. B. BREUER, D.D.S Best Wishes to the Graduation Class of 115711 TREBEC EXCAVATING, INC. 571 East 200th Street WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 25647 Euclid Ave. See us for a complete line of Auto Parts - Auto Accessories - Tires Sporting Goods Hot Rod Items our Specialty KRAUSS GARAGE I57O Dille Road at Euclid Ave. Euclid I7, Ohio KE. I-3874 LUIKART INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Insurance All Forms KE, I-4770 Compliments of NOTTINGHAM FEED 81 SEED l87l6 Nottingham Road IAY DEE CLEANERS 92l E. 222 Euclid, Ohio Let us care for the clothes - you care for - 3 hr. Service Quality Cleaning 81 Alterations Free Pick up 8. Del. RE. I-7060 227 ROOSEVELT EAGLE MARKET 690 E. 200 St, at Pawnee KE. 1-5332 Free Delivery lVanl'ioe 1-1911 lVan1'1oe 1-1912 Open Mon - Tues - Thurs. Till 9 P.M. Closed Wed - Fri- Sat. till 7 P,M. KINKOPF BROS. - FURNITURE Carpets 0 Home Appliances Television 0 Radio Johnny - Tony - Rudy 820 East 200 St. Cleveland 19, Ohio SADIE HOLLAND REALTOR Complete Real Estate Service "Every Customer A Friend" "Every 1-louse A Happy Home" TAUCHER'S MEATS Quality Meats Home Made Sausage KE 1-5757 20068 Lake Shore Blvd. Best Wishes to the Senior Class of '57 DR. ROBERT R. MCGONAGLE Compliments of PETRIC'S BARBER SHOP 761 E, l85tl'1 Street ELLIS AND LESSER Your Firestone Dealer 719 East 185th Street KE. 1-7444 For the Finest in Quality Jewelry WOLKOV JEWELERS Keepsake and Artcarved Diamond Rings All Nationally Advertised Watches 707 East 185th Street lVanhae 1-4888 CE. 1-1990 CE. 1-1991 CLEVELAND UNIVERSAL MOTORS, INC. Allen S. Brian General Manager 8810 Euclid Avenue WAGN ER ELECTRIC CORP. 21300 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland 17, Ohio IV. 1-7991 Res, RE. 1-8633 J. C. HOMER Radio and Television Service Day and Night Service 548 E. 200th St. Euclid 19, Ohio THE EUCLID HEAT TREATING COMPANY 1408 E. 222nd Street Cleveland 17, Ohio "Engineered Heat Treating" by ' ' T E H T C O ' ' J. KNIFIC SR. Real Estate R. KNIFIC All Types of Insurance 820 E. 185th St. IV, 1-7540 EDWARDS PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Repairs and Remodeling 1575 Chordon Rd. KE, l-1722 THE SHEET METAL PRODUCTS CO. 21200 St, Clair Ave. Cleveland 17, Ohio KE, 1-1960 Best Wishes J. M. ARNOFF COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Compliments of CHARDON ROAD PHARMACY 3380 Richmond Road KNlTTEL'S GARAGE 19115 Nottingham Rd, KE. 1-1428 Best Wishes from STERN'S MEN'S WEAR 715 East 185th St. KEnmore 1-2640 Complete line of White Tuxedo Coats for Rent MARK PRIMO Underwriting ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE Fire O Casualty O Surety Inland Marine Lite ARGUS UPHOLSTERY SHOP 23831 Lakeland RE. 147743 Compliments EUCLID SHORE MERCURY 481 E. 185 IVA 1-9100 Compliments of SHAKER TOOL AND DIE CO. 1080 East 222nd Street 9 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS THE REPLAC CORPORATION 2l830 St. Clair Ave. AMERICA Its foundation is in youth, Its salvation is in God. THE CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS CO. Euclid I7, ohio Manufacturers ot Paints, Varnishes Protective Coatings, Boiler Treatments and Allied Products in Euclid since l9l6 MILES AUTO STORES 669 E. I85th St. Complete Line of Auto Ports 8 Accessories KE. l-3200 24 I-lour Towing 81 Storage FARINACCI'S BODY SHOP l9825 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland l9, Ohio Loaners While Your Car ls Being Repaired llfreel Nick Farinacci IV, 6-2250 Compliments ot CLEVELAND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH INC. i296 E 260 BETHANDALE CORP. 24040 Lakeland Blvd. 3 FLICKINGER, INC. 939 E. 222 St. Euclid 23, Ohio RE. 1-7100 STONE CUTTING AND CARVING Sandstone for Platforms, Sills, Steps, Fireplaces, Landscaping, Etc. Fireplace Stone Cut to Order - Easy to Install Free City-Wide Delivery FREE ESTIMATES ST. CLAIR CUT STONE, INC. 19507 St, Clair Ave, lVanhoe I-2442 FROM A FRIEND Best ln Food FRIEDEL'S DELICATESSEN Mae - Mary Agnes - Leo RE, 2-7181 843 E. 222 open 6:30 to 9130 daily Euclid 23, Ohio Compliments of THE DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY WILSON 81 COLTON AMOCO STATION Daily Hours 6 A.M. to 10 P.M 19116 Nottingham Rd. General Auto Repairs and Road Service IV. 6-9809 Compliments of LARRY'S MARKET 692 East l85 Compliments WEAN EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 22800 Lokelond Boulevord Euclid, Ohio Compliments of AMERICAN STAMPING COMPANY 26650 Lokelond Blvd. Euclid, Ohio Compliments of THE HAMANN CONSTRUCTION 25020 Lokelond Blvd. 232 Compliments of THE GERL EXCAVATING CO. Compliments of RADIX WIRE CO. 26260 Lokelond Blvd. "Compliments of cr Friend" Compliments of TAPE AND LABEL SUPPLY CO 27671 Lake shore Blvd. 233 PURO CHEMICALS, INC. Complete Maintenance Cleaners and Janitor Supplies Good Luck to the 1957 Graduating Class 1643 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio PRospect 1-0600 PRospec t I-0601 PAPP'S BODY SHOP Address 21100 St. Clair Ave. Telephone IV, 1-4333 WM. H. TOWN Realtor Multiple Listing Service Specializing in Homes in Euclid And Northeast Cleveland Member of the Cleveland Real Estate Board 1564 Chardon Rd. 1Near Euclid Ave.1 IV. 1-5770 TAKE A JOB WITH A FUTURE For a good start in your business career become part of the Curtis family of factory and office employees We ore expanding. Our employees operate: Punch press Lathe Screw machine Drill r Typewriter Comptometer Calculating Machine Multlth p ess Milling Machine Boring Mill i i Add ressog raph Bookkeeping machines Verifox Shaper Ditto Planer Microfilm Dictaphone LEARN AS YOU EARN CURTIS INDUSTRIES. INC. 1130 East 222 "Euclid's Friendly Firm" Compliments of CLEVELAND BROACH CO. 234 ACE CHAIR RENTAL CO. Folding Chairs - Banquet Tables Card Tables - Coat Racks Cocktail Bars Hospital Beds - Wheel Chairs Invalid Walkers - Folding Beds Office and Warehouse 1320 E. I07th St. RE. 2-7177 Cleveland 6, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! Commencement is the start of a new phase of living. The future has promise for those with the right de- sires and the will to accomplish. May this be a perpetual Challenge to youl Sincerely yours KERR-LAKESIDE IN DUSTRIES, INC. Screw Machine Products Large Cop Screws - Set Screws Socket Head Products 2l850 St. Clair Ave, Euclid I7, Ohio KEnmore I -8380 STATE PLASTICS, INC. Injection Molding All Thermoplastics Specializing in Acid Resistant Saran 23 Years Experience in Plastic Molding 22240 Lakeland Blvd. RE. 2-7806 For Quality Price and Style Shop at FALL'S TOWN QS COUNTRY 22822 Lake Shore Blvd. Compliments of LLOYD GAGE 61 TOOL CO The best in Production Tools 70l6 Euclid Ave, EN. I-5709 2 FELICITATIONS from THE STATE CHEMICAL MFG. CO. RE. I-I936 BEN JAKU BEN Representative Boulevard Shoes Shore Center Building "Soaring No Effort To Pleose" 22324 Loke Shore Blvd. RE. l-0575 Compliments of RCESCH PAINT G WALLPAPER SUPPLIES 853 East 222 St. Euclid, Ohio RE. l-3585-86 236 SGRO'S SQUARE DEAL Super Market 26588 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood l-3250 "For the Finest in Foods" SHORE CENTER BARBER SHOP Euclid's Newest and Finest Barbershop 22748 Shore Center Dr. T,V. for your enjoyment - Completely Air Conditioned Plenty of Free Parking Specializing in all types of hair cuts New . MODERN . COMFORTABLE GATE-WAY MOTEL 29865 Euclid Avenue- Wickliffe, Ohio Phone: WH. 3-6777 AAA Approved - T.V. - Tile Baths - Carpeted 237 Compliments of BOULEVARD BEVERAGE COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Permanents That Satisfy Hair Coloring Consultation MARY FRANCES DEE'S BEAUTY SALON 2546i Euclid Avenue Specialists ln 0 Hair Cutting 0 Shaping 0 Styling 0 Waving Compliments of KNUTH GREENHOUSE 21601 Euclid Avenue Compliments of AJAX MFG. CO. l 44 l Chardon Rd, Compliments of KEITH WEIGLE MOTORS DeSoto Plymouth Dealers 2094l Euclid Avenue SORRENTO RESTAURANT Euclid - Green Shopping Center 7 A.M. - 5 A,M, lV, l-9688 MILLER-STONE Euclid's Oldest Jewelers Between the Theatres RE. l-Ol55 22570 Lake Shore Blvd. 238 REG. GOWER Complete INSURANCE Service AUTO - LIFE - FIRE - LIABILITY Ott. MA, I-6762 Res. GL. I-5487 SOLON DRUG STORE ' 2l86O Lake Shore Blvd, 2lO5l Euclid Avenue at Cnardon Road Compliments of A FRIEND BERGER'S WALLPAPER, PAINT AND LINOLEUM CO. 805 E. I85 St. IV. I-6250 69l9 Superior HE, I-3659 Compliments ot FRANK'S PASTRY SHOP 2099l Euclid Avenue l6404 Euclid Avenue Compliments of DOWD SERVICE STATION l8l22 St. Clair Avenue Congratulations to the Class of '57 EUCLID COAL G SUPPLY l4OO Chardon Rd. KE. I-l4OO Compliments of LEATHERBUILT COMPANY Designers 8i Manufacturers ot Leather ZIO99 Euclid Avenue 9 Barb Gregory Chuck Jeric Bruce Kozlowski Ted Kramer Ron Krauss Lane Kreici Lee Krezewinski Ron Krivec Ken Krotine Ray Kuhar Nelson LaBant SENIOR HOMERGOM 210 Barb Lace Lindo Lampe Torn Lapinskas Karen Larkin Russell Larsen Jim Laurenson Marilyn Laurich Patty Laurich Barb Lazor Bev Lazor Maxine Leeper Sue Leininger Miss Lucille Aingworth Lenore Levkovitz Barb Leybeck Barb Lloyd Dave Lockwood Roger Lucci Barb Lustrik Richard Lynch Bob Mason Joe Naroski Bonnie Parr Jean Sfeuhringer Compliments of BETTY HAN SON REALTY Bl? East l85fh Street LEO'S BARBER SHOP is now open 22645 Euclid Avenue at Ambassador Lanes EXPERT BARBERS Children are our Specialty open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Plenty of free parking 240 Compliments of THE EUCLID CRANE 6 HOIST CO. 1365 Chardon Rd. Euclid 17, Ohio 1. 1. TURNER, INC. 19451 Roseland Avenue Euclid 17, Ohio Contractor's Equipment Established 1926 Elaine Abrams Leah Abrams Gene Allar Doris Alsopp Shirley Altknecht Tyko Amundson Isabelle Anderson Anthony Andraitis Richard Andrews Richard Ankuda Gail Anson Bill Aspinwall Geraldine Bagocius CONGRATULATIONS FROM HOME ROOM 103 Bob Bailey Larry Banning Janet Barnes Judy Barnes Duane Bates Bob Batewell Judy Battung Marjorie Bauer Richard Bavetz Ronald Beall Herb Bechemer Noreda Beeke Barbara Bencin Linda Berger Geraldine Berthold Doris Beyer Barbara Cali Glenn Esch Jim Friedman Joe Kogoy Jayne Kulka Ken Majcen Patricia Milner Joe Poch Bob Queen 241 CHANDLER PRECISION CAPSCREWS produced to your exact specifications from high carbon, alloy and stainless steels. CHANDLER PRODUCTS CORP. 1491 Chardon Road Cleveland 17, Ohio RISHER SENioR HoMERooM 114 AND COMPANY Mr. Stanley 'larry Eidenier Ron Fasimpaur Joyce Jarc Sue Jerabeck Doug Johnson Norm Johnson Bob Kalb Norm Kalberer Donna Kamm Barb Katasic Beth Kellogg Lee Kelly Chuck Klima Jeannette Klopo Bob Knuth vic Whiteside Jim Knuth Ron Kolman Barb Korencic Sally Korencic Roger Kornblum Elaine Kovoch Janice Kozak Joyce Kraft Ellen Krebs Carolyn Krecic Carol Kubilus Roger Kuznik Bev Mills Art Spring Barb Stinson Jill Whisler 25030 Lakeland Blvd General Machine Work EUCLID BOARD OF EDUCATION W. G. Fordyce - Supt S. A. Fox - Clerk Treasurer F. B. Mills - Business Manager GOOD LUCK To undercloissmen from 1-IOMEROOM 112 242 Austin Cleaners All Garments 3 Sfofes To Serve You Better 0 21131 Euclid Avenue Free Of Charge 5 26596 Lake shore Blvd 0 36201 Vine Street Mothproofeol Phone IV. 1-2589 Jerry l-lorna Dave Stem Congratulations and Sincere Good Wishes "Everything for the Home" 720 E. l52nd Sr. UL. 1-2525 0 FURNITURE 0 CARPETING 0 APPLIANCES Consult Perme's for decorating and furnishing problems 243 COf'IQl'Gl'UlOl'lOI'IS of THOMPSON'S GULF ssnvice 5EN'0R H- R- 205 22199 si. cigar Ave-., N. E. Mrs' POW Euclid 23, ohio iv. 1-9594 l REdWoool 2-7171 Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co. "Euc1id's Oricginc11" Stephen Opalich 25861 Tungsten Road Euclid 23, Ohio ASSOCIATED SPRING CORP. Cleveland Sales Office 22700 Shore Center Ave. Springs - Wire Forms - Metal Starnpings THE VILLAGE RESTAURANT Corner Dille Road and Euclid Avenue lVanhoe 6-1210 PERFECT SHEET METAL 8. FURNACE CO. ' We Install Gas, Oil Furnaces and Cooling Systems Repairs on all makes furnaces, gutters, etc, Frank Bricelj 671 East 200th Street Manager Euclid 19, Ohio 244 Congratulations 81 Best Wishes Compliments of from LAKE SHORE LEWIS WELDING 8. ENGINEERING MACHINE CO. CORP. l340 E. 222nd St, 23000 St. Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio Compliments of Zatko Metal Products 20850 St. Clair Avenue RENT ouR FORK LIFT TRUCKS I SAVE on your Compliments Of Moreno: Handling COSTS NOTTINGHAM DRY CLEANERS BY dOYf Week O' monfh - new and used trucks - long term lease - l8l27 St. Clair Avenue Compliments of HOMEROOM 108 Specialized monthly repair service - complete reconditioning and rebuilt parts exchange Victor Electri-car For Plant Transportation REdwood 2-8282 We buy, sell, rent all types of Lift trucks - pick-up and Delivery BERR LIFT TRUCK SERVICE CO. 1320 East 260th sneer 24 The Kiwanis Club of Euclid Extends Its CCDNGRATULATIONS To Graduating Members at the KEY CLUB And ta Other Members at the Class at 1957 Rick's Men's Shop EucIid's Headquarters tar Young Men's Styles 22572 Lake Shore Boulevard fBetween Lake 84 Shore Theatres? RE. 2-7875 246 YY., ,A KENNY KING'S DINER 20371 Euclid Avenue "Famous for Big King Steokburgeru Curb, Counter, and Dining Room - Open 24 Hours Air Conditioned - Toke Out Service Coll IVonhoe 6-1414 CCDNGRATULATIONS To the Graduates ot 1957 Jackshaw Chevrolet Company 243 East 185th Street 247 Your City Officials Offer Their Congratulations and Best Wishes Kenneth J. Sims Paul H. Torbet William A. Abbott Michael A. Spino William F, Burns Harry J. Knuth Ralph V. Hill Anthony J. Lang , Max Gerl Helge V. Erickson Hugo H. Lux Frank A. Welling Charles W. Wade Anthony Sustarsic Ernest C. Peters . Robert Gill ,...... J. Vincent O'Connor LeRoy Williams . , Clyde Woodmansee To the Graduating Class of i957 Robert B. Henn .... Walter Nason . . . . Mayor . . . . . Law Director . Director of Finance . Administrative Director Judge of Municipal Court . , . . President of Council . . Councilman, lst Ward . Councilman, 2nd Ward , Councilman, 3rd Ward . . Councilman, 4th Ward .. . Council-At-Large- , . . Council-At-Large . Council-At-Large . . . Council-At-Large ...... . Chief of Police Chief of Fire Department .,.. .. Clerk of Council CityEngineer . . Building Commissioner . . . Park Superintendent . . . . Service Director 248 CONGRATULATIQNS To The Class of 1957 General Electric Company Lamp Wire 5- Phosphors Department 1331 Charclon Road Euclid 17, Qhio 'ir As well as advice and coun el ng to graduates, your local General Electric plant offers many opp t ities in th varied fields of busi e g e g ch try, finance, and perso el ill? Progress is our most important product General Electric 249 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND For a Guaranteed Fit Every Time See GORNIICS Store for Men and dress suit rental 223216 Lake Shore Blvd. "EucIid's First and Finest Men's Store" We carry our own complete stock 1 0 White Dinner Jackets Q Tuxedos 0 Pastel Dinner Jacke O Full Dress I Morning Forma O Complete Formal Accessories RE. 1-2151 250 2 fi - Our Plant in Euclid 503 E. 200th Street EUCLID RACE DAIRY PRODUCTS Serving All of Euclid With the Finest Dairy Products in the Country Home Deliveries For Your Convenience lVanhoe 'I-4700 Famous for Ice Creams Ga rco Machinery, Inc 21000 Si. Clair Avenue Cleveland l7, Ohio fir Tools For lndustry Machine Tool Distributor Phone: KEnmore l-9120 251 ' s 1 sofGood C't'ze s a e c Th 0 C potato p s r ' comm ity e spapers. Who's Running This Country? "The president?" said Susie. "No," said Uncle Sam. "The Government?" said Richard. "No," said Uncle Sam. "The people run this country. "In ancient days Kings used to rule the people. Today, in some nations, government dictates to the people. But here in the U.S.A., the people are the boss. The U.S. Constitution starts pgsiasssa 'IMHL5'iA'isEssi"5?'e'sQ5a' with the words, 'ive the people of the United States'. "The people elect the men who make our laws and the men who ad- minister our laws. The people elect. or their elected representatives appoint, the men who interpret our laws. That's how the people run the country. HNOW, boys and girls, you are part of the people. So when you grow up, youire going to have to help run the United States of Americalw r: - L s 2' ' 't" 1 1,3395 ie'i'QiQLg'.5'5Hi'5 BQ'+LiELLi'sEi26L''eosikioii-'Aries f XMe'k'LiEEE,"oA'io ' Best 'Wishes CLEVELAN D HOBBING MACHINE CO. 1311 Chcrrdon Head Cleveland 17, Ohio 252 IACKSHAW CHEVROLET New Cor Soles New Truck Soles Used Cor Soles Used Truck Soles Service 81 Ports IV. i-9090 543 E. 185 St. Euclid, Ohio BEST OF LUCK SENIORS ROOM 105 Compliments of SENIOR HOMEROOM 313 Compliments of HYPAR Compliments of BARKER 81 STAMPFEL E. A. BARAGA REALTY CO. A 985 E. 185th St. 253 "SERVICE TO YOUTH" Euclid Branch Young Men's Christian Association ,.l'flivb ' ov , -til., ,W , ,M .. ,, . ,Q-ofsfav ' fif.-rirv' AI - Q ' ' 5 .- HSERVICE THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH" Euclid Hi-Y Clubs Hi-Y Council Pat Smith, Chairman William Zahler, Vice Chairman COUNTS HI-Y Ed Dvorak, President Mr. Eric Boyer, Advisor LORD'S HI-Y William Zahler, President Mr. Wally Beermon, Advisor REGENTS Hl-Y Pat Smith, President KNIGHTS HI-Y Ken Gibb, President Mr. William Frye, Advisor NOBLES HI-Y Don Howard, President Mr. Clyde Cates, Advisor Mr. Paul Dunham, Advisor SQUIRES Hi-Y Mr. Walter Schwegler, Advisor Mr. Larry Oberdank, Advisor JOIN TODAY FOR FUN, FELLOWSHIP, AND HEALTHFUL RECREATION Mr, Robert Carlson, Exec., Mr. Carlton Chopp, Youth Dir.,VMr. Darold Burgin, Phys Ed. Director 254 , 'aim i m ,.-..,s- ,,,,....LSsf. W.,v.,.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.'.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.,.'. 4+ LLLQQ A Grand Place for a Date with a Date! SOME TIME WHEN you're lined up with your date for dinner and a show, downtown, start an hour earlier and stop first at the THOMPSON AUTO ALBUM AND AVIATION MUSEUM, Chester Avenue and East 50th Street. This is one place where you won't have to "make" conver- sation - it just comes naturally! Time turns back halfa century when you're with more than a hundred venerable ancestors of today's sleek hardtops and sportsters-all of them per- fectly restored, shiny with brass, and mighty handsome in a grandfatherly sort of way. flu their heyday they boasted of a lot of "pick-up."j Ancient flying machines which blazed the way for modern jets are proud company for the four-wheel veterans. And adjoining the museum proper is the life-size reincar- nation of a typical Gay Nineties "Main Street," populated by wax figures, all busy with their stores and chores. The es- tablishments of HTHOMPSONVILLE - 1898" are loaded with authentic furnish- ings, fixtures and mementos gathered from all parts of the nation. Many folks organize parties to visit the Museum before dinner and show-time, as a warm-up for the evening. The party idea is good, too! The Museum is open Weekdays from 1:00 to 5:00 and on Sundays 11:00 to 5:00. Admission free-closed only on legal holidays. Our gracious curator, Ruth Franklin, will be happy to see you anytime. Make it a date with a date, or a party -"SPEND AN HOUR IN YESTERDAY." Hompson Products, Inc. Mfrs. of Automotive, Aircraft, Electronic and lndustrial Products General Offices, Cleveland 17, Ohio-Plants in 18 Cities ii 'I lr li lr li li lv 'i 'i li li 'r 'i li li 'v 'r 'L ln lr 'r 'r lr lr 'r lr lr lr lr li 'r li li lr lr 3 'I lr li 4 ,L i lr 3 lr lr lr lr 255 PllEClSlllll UPTICHL lllSPEllSlllli lIlllllPllllY L. V. PROHASKA Eye Doctors Prescriptions Filled Complete Line of Latest Eyewear Fashions Repair Service While You Wait Broken Lenses Duplicated 22580 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-5779 Other Locations: 9915 Euclid Ave. 3550 Warrensville Center Road CE. l-4961 SK l-Oll2 Free Parking - All Locations 256 Linda Zupanic Steve Walk Marlene Wise Jack Zagore Delores Zackel Jerry Zingale lren Zigler Jim Rogers COMPLIMENTS or MRS. MCMAHONS JUNIOR HOME ROOM 214 Nancy Wood Nick Wilbershied Joanne Znidarsic Judy Waschura Jeff l-lerbst Doris Westerbrook Floyd Wickizer Margaret Yates JO Ann Woekner Bob Wanderslaben Dave Woomer Jim Vigh Lois Gainer Darlene Witzke Dennis Zak Lucille Zibert Karen Zinner Dick Fuller Ray Vidulich Irene Wolff Ruth Yane Bill Wallace Andrea Zayatz Jim Yancher Carol Welcheck Jackie Weber Ken Wahlen Stan Zupancic Dan Williams Allan Zimmerman C' Yr Bottom Row - Lett to right - Sponsor, Miss Phypers, Treasurer, Marge Southworthg President, Robert Miller, Secretary, Judy Southworth, Second Row- Agnes Roslonkowski, Isabelle Anderson, Beverly Malone, Karen Krecic, Barbara Evans, Janet Markove, Third Row- Charlene Carr, Jerry Watkins, Patrick Clark, Richard Andrews, James Waterwash, Vice President, Shirley Levy. Not Pictured- Tom Tench, Thomas Doty, Constance Kranz, Joe Pock, Frances Fivecost. Kathy Pierret Xlancy Petrich Jerry Rose Marilyn Palumbo John Ridinger Carol Pearlman Barbara Papp Paul Richards HOME ROOM 213 Bev Perusek Dennis Rash Bob Randall Frances Wolf Jim Primeau Marlene Oblak Dick Price Barbara Novak Tom Potts Bea Pickett Spence Porter June Phelps Leonard Pokrant Dorothy Opalich Mike Pertick Dee Nosan Tony Focarett Arlyne McCormack George Perkins Carol Krauss Jack Boggs Sally Anderson 257 COMPLIMENTS OF Ernestine Bartka Shirley Carran Carole D'Amico Patricia Danley Nancy Eckerman Carol Eiskonen Virginia McDowell Compliments of HOMEROOM 305 Darlene Poyse Guy Donahue Tom Doty Henry Douglas Robert Dowing Jim Drabnick Jules Duval Gerald Eisen Fred Elicker Richard Elrick John Emerich Lynn Empter Bruce Erickson Jim Halloran Wayne Milligan ECK'S HOME ROOM 220 John May Jim Miller Gordon McCracken Judy Magalenga Ann McMillion Alvin Meyers Rich Ward Dave McCarthy Pat Massey Robert Miller Mark Marion Gee Gee Mirenda Nancy Mangus Chris Mandel Ron Patterson Lou McGowan Tom Murphy Dotty Marcus Dick Weiss Kathy McDermott Bob Martin Ginny Hebron Mel Miller Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of SENIOR HOMEROOM 212 B Best Wishes From JUNIOR HOMEROOM 315 258 2' p eff?- ux ,- ' if . nfl- K.'I A s., - 49 W..- 35 OO kr va f xv Y s -cf x S A 'sp w I ar- 9' 'r' 4 M "x Ki' ,Q A Q. -1. ,fu ,W M.- A.. 4-f--3 Q 2 4 Nw. N N H.. X df '-as v VK .P 3 ,.x, fl x ' ' ' 'Fw L' .X ' , kg i gf 5 K ' fm -0256 1834 .. Eost 215 Street . 6- Albertone, Dominic Allison, Georgene Ambros, Robert Anderson, Alvin Anderson, Sally , Anson, Barbara , Anspaugh, Steve Apolski, Loretta . Appleby, Joan Ayala, Rict-ad , Ayala, Rosita . Baginski, Helga . Baker, JoAnn , Balice, Toni Barden, Ann , Barrows, LaLa .. Bartko, Ernestine Battung, Jeanne . Baumert, Diane Benic, Dnoald Beran, Pat ..,.. Berardinelli, Irene Berezonsky, Carol Berlo, Rochelle Beyer, Doug Bill, Gary Bindokas, Carol Birkic, David Bisibee, Marilyn Boggs, Jack . Bost, Ann Bowers, Beth Bratush, Charlene Braunlich, Dave Brewster, Gail . Brigger, Diane Brinovec, Marlene Broos, Nancy Browning, Ned Bulicek, Pat Burger, Vernon Burmeister, Dale Burnett, Monroe Burr, Barbara Comm, Nancy Carpenter, Carol Carr, Charlene Carr, Sharon Cefaratti, Vince Chapman, Bob . Chauby, Clarissa Clarke, JoAnn Clayton, Joyce Clayton, Robert Clements, Mary Cohen, Serene College, June Coltrin, Robert Conrad, Cheri Conroy, John . Contenza, .Harvey Corron, Shirley Corsaro, Barbara Courtot, Eileen Covill, Joyce . Coy, David Cramer, Robert . Crane, Bruce D'Amico, Carole Danley, Pat DeLaur, Doug Denihan, Robert Domitor, Lynda Donahue, Guy . Doty, Tom ., Douglas, Henry Downing, Robert Drescher, Mary Drobnick, Jim Duval, Jules Eckerman, Nancy Eddy, Tromas Eidenier, Harry Eisen, Gerald , Eiskonen, Carol . Elicker, Fred . . Elrick, Richard . Ernerich, John , Emter, Lynn .. Erickson, Bruce Erzen, Marilyn ., Fasimpaur, Ronald Federico, Frank . Fenster, Eric .... Finke, Bruce Firoetti, Delores . Fleck, Walter .. Flocke, Ann .. Focarett, Tony .. Foster, Bob .. Foster, Sue Fox, Wayne ..,. Frankovich, Paul French, Judy Friedel, Carolyn . Fuller, Eugene ,. Gadke, Richard .. Gallagher, Bill . Gallop, Laurie ., Gargetic, Mike . Gauch, Carole .. Gausby, Carole . 20000 Green Oak Drive 809 East 200 Street . 21071 Priday Avenue 120 East 216 Street 248 East 208 Street , 18970 Genessi Road 25551 Chatworth 1781 East 230 Street 25450 Morsdon Road 230 East 242 Street . 230 East 242 Street 655 Sycamore Drive . 84 East 217 Street 263 East 250 Street 27271 L. S. Blvd. , 23935 Clark Drive . , 151 East 219 Street 271 East 242 Street 21550 Nickolas Avenue 1823 Skyline Drive . . 21901 Maydale Avenue 19371 Lackerie Road 20251 Miller Avenue 22371 Lakemont Avenue 27001 Oriole Avenue 294 East 208 Street 18830 24400 Meredith Avenue Effingham Blvd. 21770 Fuller Avenue 545 East 240 Street 23741 Colbourne Avenue 26860 Shoreview 1984 ldlehurst Drive 24371 Effingham Drive 2230 Glenridge Road 22550 Tracy Avenue 18870 Naumann Avenue 385 East 211 Street 95 East 194 Street 304 East 264 Street 23701 L. S. Blvd. 24210 Clark Drive 1861 Grand Blvd. 22000 Tracy Avenue 1472 E. 248 Street 526 East 248 Street 10 East 219 Street 22751 Hadden Road 20900 Fuller Avenue 2051 East 226 Street 22571 Coulter Avenue 231 East 214 Street 23032 Chardon Road 251000 Chardon Road 24375 Garden Road 741 East 266 Street 25140 Treadwell Avenue 21970 Euclid Avenue 27220 Parkwood , 20770 Nicholas Avenue 325 East 195 Street 25561 Tungsten 1919 Pacini .. 21141 Miller Avenue 501 East 223 Street 21770 Wilmore , 134 East 219 Street 23255 Chadsey Drive 1466 East 256 Street 737 East 200 Street 28130 L. S. Blvd. 756 East 203 Street 340 East 255 Street 282 East 272 Street 190 East 252 Street 254 East 266 Street 24870 Shoreview Drive 540 East 260 Street 23001 Ivan Avenue 498 East 233 Street 1840 Glenridge Road 25151 Treadwell Avenue 22370 Lakemont Avenue 21691 Kennison Avenue 19801 Ormiston . 494 East 233 Street 705 East 254 Street 25445 Chartworth 160 East 196 Street 22400 Chardon Road 26301 Farrington ., 2180 Crescent Drive 25500 Glenbrook .. 27150 Zeman Avenue 25170 Glenbrook 370 East 222 Street . 140 East 219 Street . 1985 East 228 Street . 770 Babbitt Road . .. 110 East 255 Street 435 East 244 Street .. 906 East 232 Street . 555 East 240 Street .. 51 East 192 Street . 1852 East 223 Street .. 20406 Cherokee . 105 East 226 Street .. 1510 East 196 Street .. 317 East 246 Street . . 21930 Wilmore Avenue , 1970 East 226 Street .. 50 East 255 Street SENIOR DIRECTORY IV. 1-6762 KE. 1-2803 RE, 1-7277 RE. 1-7130 IV. 6-1971 IV. 1-9025 IV. 6-2184 IV. 6-2184 RE. 1-8263 RE. 1-2415 RE. 1-2415 RE. 1-2386 RE. 1-6236 RE. 1-7971 RE, 1-0049 RE. 1-2302 RE. 1-8393 RE. 1-2445 RE. 1-7136 IV, 1-8955 RE. 2-8065 KE, 1-6848 KE. 1-5550 RE. 1-5172 RE. 1-1054 IV. 1-4714 IV. 1-8159 IV. 1-5235 RE. 1-8975 RE. 1-2398 RE, 1-4713 RE. 1-8596 KE. 1-9286 IV. 1-4601 IV. 1-8093 RE. 1-4587 IV. 1-4413 RE. 1-9064 KE. 1-3594 RE. 1-1408 RE. 1-0084 RE. 1-4970 IV. 1-4970 RE. 1-6905 RE. 1-8982 RE. 1-7078 RE. 1-4718 KE. 1-6731 IV. 1-2527 IV. 1-3839 KE, 1-3253 RE, 1-6479 IV. 1-6339 KE. 1-3679 KE, 1-8097 RE, 1-0556 RE. 1-5255 KE. 1-7126 RE. 1-6459 RE. 1-2313 KE, 1-6902 RE. 1-3253 IV. 1-1483 RE. 1-7654 RE. 1-6866 RE. 1-4819 RE. 1-0458 RE. 1-2835 IV. 1-1697 RE. 1-2045 IV. 1-1418 RE. 1-6896 RE. 1-2433 RE. 1-4464 RE. 1-0409 RE. 1-4260 RE. 1-0627 RE. 1-7045 RE. 1-0953 IV. 1-2134 RE. 1-2367 RE. 1-4294 RE. 1-5128 IV. 1-2859 RE. 1-2993 RE. 1-3561 RE. 1-0752 KE. 1-3066 KE. 1-2995 RE. 1-6678 ,lV. 6-1755 KE. 1-7400 RE. 2-8161 KE. 1-0052 RE. -4952 KE. -4492 KE. -8111 .RE. -8533 RE. -9436 . , .RE. -7396 . , ,RE. -3089 IV . -7449 .lV. -3426 1 1 1 1 .. .RE. 1-0380 1 1 1 1 RE. -2456 KE. -2906 ,....RE. -6987 KE. -7154 .RE. -3580 1 1 ,....RE.1-8713 1 1 Gerlond, Gierky, Gleason, Bob Jerry Jack Gnidovec, Tim Goebelbecker, Goble, Tom Gordon, Gail Gore, George Gortz, J im Gotthalt, Don Gavitz, Graham, Gregarc, Gregory, Hadden, Hadden, Elaine Sue Tony Barba Ray Roy Haddock, Larry Halderman, Natalie Hale, Alon Hale, Robert Jim ra Hall, Donna Hallock, Johanna Halloran, Tom Hamilton, Diane Hamilton, Lynne Hanslik, Barbara Harris, Carol Harris, Roberta Hebron, Virginia Henry, Judy Highland, Lenore Hill, Marcia Hillier, Dave Hodges, Jere Haffert, Jim Hoffert, Nancy Holland, Bob Holtz, Pat Horton, Frank Hovansek, Lou Howard, Don Hoycar, Nancy Humman, Mary Ann Hunt, Georgia Huusare, Arlene , . Iosue, Tom Jackso, Marge James, Carolyn James, Warren Jarc, Joyce Jaworski, Tom Jelinec, Bill Jerabec, Sue Jeric, Charles Johnson, Doug Johnson, Norman Kaib, Bob Kalberer, Norm Kamm, Donna Katosic, Barbara Kauffman, Garnette Kellogg, Beth Kelly, Lee Kernan, Diane Kessler, Patricia Klima, Chuck Klopovic, Jeannette Knowles, Sharon Knuth, Jim Knuth, Bob Koester, Ted , Kokos, Dennis Kalman, Ronald Koprivec, Al Korencic, Barbara Korencic, Sally Kornblum, Roger Kostiha, Edward Kovich, Elaine 22051 Priday 2050 East 228 Street 24065 Clark Drive 436 East 266 Street 23595 Chadsey Drive 280 East 195 Street 165 East 207 Street 1050 Roosevelt Road, N. L. 25250 Treadwell 20400 Tracy Avenue 890 East 239 Street 1780 East 236 Street 19670 Ormiston Avenue 171 East 209 Street 25290 Shoreview 25290 Shoreview 919 East 232 Street 1960 Seneca Drive 1911 Beverly Hills Drive 252 East 248 Street 27530 Fullerwood Drive 21630 Maydale Avenue 21200 S. I., S. Blvd. 310 East 255 Street 24371 Gorden Drive 6420 Richmond Road 1531 East 254 Street 1505 East 221 Street 25233 Chardon 366 East 222 Street 20640 Chickasaw 19855 Edgecliff 578 East 250 Street 25290 Shoreview 18630 Naumann Avenue 21700 Ivan Avenue 851 East 232 Street 23841 Colbourne 227 East 242 Street 6604 Richmond Road 696 Willow Drive 978 East 239 Street 22730 Arms Avenue 615 East 222 Street 21601 Edgeclift 25370 Briardale 21550 Ivan Avenue 100 East 217 Street 866 East 239 Street 21041 Gollar Avenue 94 East 214 Street 308 Halle Avenue 25394 Chardon 287 East 257 Street 120 Eastbrook . . 316 East 200 Street 19360 Tyronne 20820 Naumann Avenue 25859 19900 Highland Newton . . 393 Halle Drive 532 E 25100 20715 21000 149 E 21171 751 E 1941 1941 885 E 20570 18901 21050 20681 21830 18827 21250 260 E ost 247 Street Chotworth Priday . . Wilmore ost 225 Street Gollar Avenue ast 254 Street Beverly Hills Beverly Hills ast 223 Street Tracy . . Pasnow S. Lake Shore Miller , . . Tracy . . Monterey . S. Lake Shore , ast 204 Street Kovach, Janice Kozlowski, Bruce Kraft, Joyce Kramer, Krauss, Krauss, Ted Carol Ronald 20971 Tracy Avenue 3287 Richmond Road 26331 Shirley . . 174 East 200 Street 26981 Shirley 23970 Clark Drive Krebs, Ellen Krecic, Carolyn Krejci, Lane Krivec, Ronald Krotine, Ken Krzewinski, Lee Kubilus, Carol Knhar, Joanne Kuhar, Ray . Kuznik, Roger LaBant, Nelson LaBarbera, Tom Lace, Barbara . Lampe, Linda . Lanese, Salvatore . Lapinskas, Ton Larich, David .. Larkin, Karen . Larsen, Russel . Laurenson, Jim . Laurich, Marilyn . . Laurich, Patricia Lazor, Barbara . Lazor, Beverly .. Leeper, Maxine . Leininger, Sue .. Levkovitz, Lenore E ast 243 Street 480 120 East 209 Street 145 East 196 Street 800 East 323 Street 395 E ost 214 Street 745 Hemlock Avenue Glenridge . 703 East 200 Street . 20421 Arbor Avenue 20750 Wilmore 446 East 275 Street 1484 Chardon Road 1534 East 196 Street 799 East 200 Street 20880 Goller Avenue 694 East 266 Street 453 East 243 Street 767 East 205 Street 351 24150 Euclid Avenue 357 East 248 Street . 357 East 248 Street . 45 Ea 80 Ea 27350 st 220 Street . . st 255 Street . Euclid Avenue RE. IV. RE. RE. RE. IV. KE. Indiana RE. KE, RE. IV. KE. RE. RE RE RE KE KE RE RE. RE. RE. RE, RE. EV. RE. KE. IV, RE. IV. KE. RE. . RE. KE. RE. RE. RE. . RE, EV. RE. RE. RE. KE. KE. KE. RE, RE, . RE. , IV. RE. RE. RE. RE. RE. .IV, IV. . KE. IV. IV. RE. RE. KE. IV. RE. . RE. IV. RE. KE. KE. . RE. .KE. ,. IV. RE. KE. RE. . .KE. .. RE. KE. IV. . KE. . RE. . .KE. , RE. , RE. . RE. KE. . IV. ., RE. . RE. RE. KE. IV. IV. KE. . RE. . . .KE. KE. IV. KE. RE. ...RE. IV. RE. IV. . RE. ...RE. .. RE. ...RE. ...RE. I- 1- 6- 1 gf 1- '1- 'I- 1-5925 6493 1 160 0449 1-4663 1-8634 2115 0616 5691 4348 1170 5478 -7730 -8270 -8270 5544 -1277 -1994 -1636 -7611 -5345 -2848 -1593 -6929 -2696 -0019 -7207 -3747 2-9187 1-0913 -2325 -1727 2-8270 1-4727 -7797 -9355 -0138 -1252 -1953 -7265 -4964 -0375 -8447 -1642 -4891 -6219 2-7430 1-4279 -1612 -5783 -1356 -1307 -0511 -2085 -7182 -3891 -6836 -8481 -6374 -9747 -9700 -5673 -2317 -9900 -0267 -6413 -8120 -5083 -5083 -4581 -0780 -6043 -5220 -8569 -6632 -6947 -5220 -0938 -6036 8033 9430 -9057 -0206 0965 -1847 -6298 5592 -3844 1322 -3941 0384 2450 2285 8326 -2237 -3075 1038 1476 5285 8038 6134 9415 1066 8418 8418 0570 0571 7717 0543 Leybeck, Barbara Lloyd, Barbara Lockwood, Dave Lucci, Roger Lustrik, Barbara Lynch, Richard Magalenga, Judy Maher, Roberta Mahoney, Patricia Mandel, Chris Mangus, Nancy . Marcus, Dorothy Marion, Mark Marshall, Walter Martin, Robert . Mason, Robert Massey, Pat May, John . McCall, Marge McCarthy, Dave . McCarmach, Arlyene McCracken, Gordon McDermott, Kathleen McDonald, Jeanette McGowan, Lou McHenry, Diane McMillion, Barbara Meyers, Al Miklavz, Rose Ann Miller, James Miller, Melvin .. Miller, Robert Milligan, Wayne Mills, Beverly Mirenda, Virginia Sandy Mock, Modic, Ken Mohler, Barbara , Moser, Kay , Moses, Russ Muraoa, Margaret Murphy, Tom Myers, Launce Mylar, Elaine Nagy, Louis Naraski, Joe Neale, Nancy Neat, Connie Neustedt, Jeanette Newcome, Ray Neylon, Lynn Nipple, Pat Nixon, Bev Nobbe, Judy Nason, Delores Nosse, Larry . Novak, Frank , Novak, Barbara . Novotny, Dick . Oblak, Marlene O'Brien, Terry O'Brien, Bill Opalich, Dorothy Opdahl, Tim , ., Palm, Fred Palumbo, Marilyn Popp, Barbara , Pappas, Faye . Parr, Bonny . Pasquale, Dan . Patterson, Ronald Pearlman, Carol .. Pegoraro, Jim . Peiack, Ed ,, Penner, Janice . Perkins, George Pertick, Mike Perusek, Beverly Petelinker, Richard . Peters, Fred . . Petrich, Nancy Phelps, June Pickett, Beatrice Pierrett, Kathie Pokrant, Leonard Porter, Spencer Potichny, Elaine Potts, Tom . Pause, Darlene , Powell, Ronald Price, Richard Priest, Maxine Primeau, Jim Ratter, Carol . Randall, Bob Rankin, Marie Rash, Dennis ,, Rayer, Joanne Reber, Carole Redtern, Jackie . Ress, Linda , Richards, Paul Ridinger, John .. Riehl, Lois Ritchie, Gloria Rochkar, Diane Rogers, James , Rose, Charlotte 1712 East 238 Street 21351 Edgeclitte 20632 Cherokee 20470 Ball Avenue . 3139 Richmond Road 435 East 271 Street 1515 East 195 Street 101 East 211 Street 1920 Seneca Drive 574 East 241 Street 19000 Lockerie . 175 East 213 Street 23685 Chadsey 21 East 220 Street . 21421 Ball Avenue 6263 Trebisky . 614 Pandora Place, An 406 East 222 Street 24401 Devoe , 180 Lloyd Road 24565 Hackett .. 22800 Tracy I . .. 24085 Clark Drive 136 East 208 Street 20481 Euclid Avenue 20240 Linde Drive 21480 Westport 20970 Nicholas , 331 East 257 Street 21616 Lake Shore Blvd. 20230 Lake Shore Blvd. 267 East 195 Street 818 East 223 Street 316 East 255 Street 19530 Monterey 21301 Fuller Avenue 1562 East 219 Street 24675 Narshan 26270 Briardale . 23305 Chadsey . 560 East 235 Street 27030 Shirley 20503 Cherokee . 21601 Ivan Avenue 44 East 212 Street , 20001 Champ Drive 26621 Chardon Road 924 East 232 Street 5 East 194 Street 25601 Lake Shore Blvd- 561 East 222 Street 895 East 223 Street . 2188 Glenridge Road . 20301 Ball , .. 94 East 196 Street 25451 Draketield 90 East 267 Street 2050 East 224 Street 19170 Genesee .. . . 19170 Genesee 25608 Chardon . . 526 East 250 Street 34 East 207 Street 748 East 203 Street 850 East 250 Street 120 East 196 Street 26930 Shirley Avenue 800 East 258 Street 756 East 249 Street 95 East 211 Street , 765 East 205 Street .. 22651 Coulter . . . . 720 Hemlock . 1844 Beverly Hills 27182 Oriole ... 22000 Priday . . 20556 Morris . . . , 2133 Waynake . 953 East 209 Street 24241 Effingham 23509 Lakeland . . . 1574 East 254 Street 468 East 272 Street 1070 East 260 Street 550 Sycamore Drive 779 East 203 Street 2600 Hilltop Drive 20591 Wilmare . . 21611 Roberts . 840 East 260 Street 296 East 250 Street , 20231 S. Lake Shore 818 East 205 Street . 23469 Chadsey . . - 544 East 237 Sffeef - 20270 Morris . , . . . 25060 Lake Shore . 576 Hemlock . . .. oheim, 90 East 217 Street . , , ... 721 East 250 Street . 21 East 225 Street 1450 East 252 Street 21790 Kennison .. . 20106 Cherokee . 20522 Chickasaw KE. KE. KE. IV. IV. RE IV RE. IV. RE. KE. RE. RE. RE. RE. KE. Cali KE. RE RE RE RE RE KE IV IV. RE. RE. RE. RE. KE. IV. RE. RE RE IV RE RE RE RE RE KE RE RE. RE KE RE KE RE AN RE IV IV IV RE KE KE KE AN RE IV KE RE IV RE. RE RE RE KE KE RE IV RE RE IV 2- I- 2479 5205 4461 1475 7409 0492 3827 6839 3143 3707 2160 3860 1693 8638 6211 5964 7337 6188 8384 1072 9368 9306 4382 1783 2024 7672 3468 1927 5749 2482 8196 6736 0171 0621 5420 1051 8077 2102 7685 8895 4645 7819 5846 3501 -7641 6684 -0587 8981 0322 6736 6190 8898 7567 3143 11 16 7956 7956 0722 1396 -0297 -1 169 2586 9993 8041 2- 1-3811 6413 7589 9171 5272 3654 -2927 9058 6882 KE. KE. RE. RE. RE. KE. RE. KE. IV. IV. RE. RE. RE. KE. KE. RE. RE. KE. RE. RE. RE. RE. RE. RE. RE. IV. RE. 3615 3691 1676 0613 4714 0335 8945 9059 8433 6674 2730 2389 8683 6773 5080 2833 0646 1866 2550 6197 2472 -0436 -2691 6383 -3702 -7738 -8485 Rose, Guila .. Rose, Jerry . Roskoph, Barbara Roth, Betty Row, Gary Runo, Jackie . Ryder, Willa Salaicik, Helena Samidi, Patricia , Samsa, Marilyn Sanda, JoAnne Sanders, Donna . Santee, Sandra Sayat, Mark , Scheel, Ken . Schonhuitt, Evelyn Schriener, Betty Schrock, Linda Schwarts, Gail Scott, William Seaman, Dale ., Seaman, Donna Shuber, Louis Shuster, Pat Sieber, Shirley Skerley, Vivian .. , . Slapnicker, Anthony Smeby, John . Smith, Beverly Smith, Dennis Smith, Pat . . Soderberg, Loretta Soeder, Dorothy . Solon. Martha Som rack, Terry Spring, Stadler, Art Pat . Stankiewicz, Loretta Steelman, Earl Stegh, Ken Stegura, Robert Stelluti, Dee Stenger, Charles Stenger, Larry Stermole, Elaine Stevens, Jim , Stinson, Barbara Stone, Roberta . Strohm, Paul , Stuehringer, Jean Sullivan, Roger Swaney, Judy Tabor, JoAnn Tahon, Charles Tapassi, Doris Taylor, Bill , Tegel, Bill Templin, Rena Tench, Tom . Thomas, Jim Thomas, Jon Thomas, Marlene Timco, Ron . . Toth, Henry . Town, Judy 1791 Sagamore , 22645 Chardon Road 21971 Crystal ... 11871 Naumann 20550 Priday . 374 East 250 Street 564 East 238 Street 23835 Chadsey Drive 25150 Richards .... 21701 Fuller Avenue 960 East 225 Street 834 East 239 Street 20521 Edgeclitt . 2560 Glenridge Road 2076 Miami .... , 19827 Lake Shore 26900 Oriole . ., 105 East 207 Street 20677 Chickasaw 520 East 240 Street 361 East 270 Street 6702 Richmond . ,, 320 East 264 Street 24400 Glenbrook .. 19801 Edgecliff 1811 Karen Drive 1691 Sayamore .. , 1774 East 236 Street 135 East 280 Street 21700 Wilmare , , 22551 Seabrooke 20170 Priday . 144 East 217 Street 1783 East 222 Street 22660 Coulter .,.. 20506 Chickasaw 23297 Williams . 20370 Nicholas . 552 East 234 Street 2021 1 Cherokee 20701 Naumann . 819 East 216 Street 21751 Ivan , , 5875 Dumbarton . 175 East 207 Street 804 East 254 Street 1830 East 227 Street 20750 Lake Shore Blv d. . 23737 Chadsey ..... 134 East 203 Street , 27520 Lake Shore Blvd 21800 Fuller . 20291 Priday .. . 23661 Greenwood . 915 East 237 street Q 644 East 245 Street 375 East 200 Street 274 East 210 Street . 21071 Lake Shore Blvd 27051 Lake Shore Blvd 21630 Roberts ..,.. 19761 Pasnow Avenue 141 Luikart Drive Tozzi, John . Ulman, Joan . . Urgeleit, Len . Vaccariello, Nick . Vadikin, Bill .. Vah. Dick 1461 East 195 Street 71 East 209 Street . ,. 817 East 203 Street . 26480 Parklawn . . . . 26200 Shoreview . .... . . . 1706 East 230 Street . , . . 25271 Chardon Valduga, Arlene . Valenti, AI. Wakelee, Judy Waldman, Gail . Wall, Ray , . . . . Wolters, William Walton, Ward, Brian , Dick ..... Waterwash, Jim . Watkins, Jerry . Wawrzyniak, J im . Weiss, Dick . , Werley, Dick ..... ..... Wertenberger, Orlow West, Ken .... . Whistler, Ken . . Wight, Tom , . Williams, Gail . Williams, John Williams, Pat . Wise, J Wittine, im . . Matt Wolanski, Sue . Wolf, Carol . . . . . Wolf, Frances . ,. Wotawa, MaryAnn Wright, Cynthia Yager, Mille Yatsko, Jack , . Yockey, Pat . . . . Yapko, Michael , . Zahler, Bill . . Zanghi, Mary . Zanyk, John . Zeigler, Pat . . Zingales, Sam . Zoul, Janice 20420 Shawnee . .. 23861 Alberton . . 23435 Chardon 71 East 197 Street 26340 Parklawn ..... .. . 28271 Lake Shore Blvd. , 20415 Shawnee ..,. 70 East 208 Street . , 1525 East 256 Street 881 East 250 Street .. 538 East 248 Street .. 20751 Morris 23780 Milton 20151 Ball . ..., . 111 East 208 Street ,. ,.... 260 East 271 Street ....... 1 23293 Williams Avenue REE 560 East 234 Street 560 East 234 Street .. . 24231 Yosemite Drive 671 East 266 Street 801 East 256 Street 161 East 205 Street 27292 Highland .... 19772 Pasnow .. . 1551 Dille Road .. 22901 Chardon . . . 20102 Shawnee . . . 580 East 260 Street .. 138 East 203 Street 20525 Ball .... . . 23917 Clark ...,..... ... 335 East 200 Street 21971 Morris .... -3517 -4555 -6158 -1148 1 1 1 1-2610 1 I- 1 8480 -8858 2-8153 1- 1846 1-5633 1-5717 I-9094 -2503 -6213 -0350 -5850 -6894 -7622 1-0662 1-B710 1 1 6 1-2622 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 -4350 -6144 -6158 -3344 -9469 -0076 -6526 -8925 -6871 -9688 -8091 -6780 -9843 -6935 -1176 -2543 -1649 -3064 -2232 -3587 -3130 -8451 -0672 -6160 -5210 -5358 -9819 -2790 -3895 -7797 2-9070 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -9687 -9599 -4822 -0217 -1692 -6111 -7025 -3871 -4533 -6759 -2329 -0182 -6411 -0554 2-8022 1 1 1 -0414 -9196 -7407 -2632 -941 1 2 1-1874 I-3798 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 6 1 1 1 1 -2526 -9315 -7016 -3308 -1376 -0929 -7241 -0409 -2480 -2049 -2655 -1785 -2132 -6550 -6550 -5883 -8092 -9189 -8241 -3848 -1343 -7422 -9148 -9149 -0639 1-5984 1-6060 1-4596 0956 1-7076 Albertone, Dominic Allison, Geanie Ambros, Bob Anderson, Alvin Anderson, Sally Anson, Barb Anspaugh, Steve Apolski, Lorretta Appleby, Joan Ayala, Richard Ayala, Rosita . Boginski, Helga Baker, Jody , Balice, Toni Barden, Ann Barrows, Eulala Bartko, Ernestine Battung, Jeanne Baumert, Diane Benic, Don Beran, Pat Berardinelli, lrene Berezonsky, Carol Berlo, Rochelle Beyer, Doug Bill, Gary Bindokas, Carol Birkic, Dave Bisbee, Marilyn Boggs, Jack Bost, Ann Bowers, Beth Bratush, Charlene Braunlich, Dave Brewster, Gail Brigger, Diane Brinavec, Marlene Broos, Nancy Browning, Ned Bulicek, Pat Burger Vernon Burmeister, Dale Burnett, Monroe Burr, Barbara Camm, Nancy Carpenter, Carol Carr, Charlene Carr, Sharon ., Cetaratti, Vince Chapman, Bob Chauby, Clarissa Clarke, JoAnn Clayton, Joyce Clayton, Bob Cohen, Serene ., Collidge, June Coltrin, Bob Conrad, Cheri Conroy, John Contenza, Harvey Corron, Shirley Corsaro, Barbara Courtot, Eilene Covill, Joyce Coy, Dave Cramer, Bob Crane, Bruce D'Amico, Carol Danley, Pat Delauer, Doug Denihan, Bob Dornitor, Lynda Donahue, Guy Doty, Tom Douglas, Henry Downing, Bob Drescher, Mary Duval, Jules Eckerman, Nancy Eddy, Tom , Eidenier, Harry . Eisen, Gerald Eiskonen, Carol Elicker, Fred . Elrick, Rich ., Emerich, John Emter, Lynn . . Erickson, Bruce Erzen, Marilyn . Fasimpaur, Ronnie Federico, Frank Fenster, Eric ,,.. Finke, Bruce . Fioretti, Delores . Fleck, Roger . Flocke, Ann ..,. Facarett, Tony .. Foster, Bob . Foster, Sue ..... Fox, Wayne ..,. Frankovich, Paul French, Judy ,,., Friedel, Claralyn Fuller, Eugene , . . Gadke, Dick Gallagher, Bill .. Gallop, Lorry ,. Gargetic, Mike ., Gauch, Carol ., SENIOR INDEX 4 , 34 , 33,134,122 . . 33,34 , . 34 ., 34,150 . . . 34,143 . . 34 ,. ,. , 34 35,117,201 ., . 35,146 , 35 .. ,35,121, .,,,35,121,1g6 33,35,182,180,181,151,152,155 36,182 .. ., 36,182 36,116,121,127,133,182,1gl5 .182 182 , , , 36 . 36,126,13o,151,155 33.36 36,122,132 . 36,182,186 ,. , 37,167 37,133,138,174,176 . 37,130 , , ..37 37 37 , 37 , 37,13O,1 80,1 50 38,l1B,119,127,1SO . . 17,38,197 2,17,3B,1 16,1 18,122,126 l43,182,15O,153,l54 2,17,33,38,116,l18,128, l38,151,152,195 , 38 .. 33,318,118 33,38,121,133,174,176,179 3B,143,182,18O,l5O,152 39,l50,l52,153,154,155,l78,1gg 39,1 53,1 54,155,150 39,182 39,142,195 39 39,146 39 40 2,4O,1l8,120,121,178,179 40,122,182 40,122,182,1BO 40,182,180 40,146 40 41 41 41,118,126 41 41,121 41 41 .. 41 42 .. 42 42,12O,121,16O,162,163, 166,168,195 .. 42 , 42 . ,42 42 17,42 ,,,. 43,117 43,12o,121,138 .. 43 43 , , . 43 . 43 , 6 43 44,119,133,14o,1a5 44,116,118,120,140,207 .. ., ,. ., .44 .,. .. 44 , ,.,,, 45 , 44 ,,.44,171,172,173 , ,,.33,44,198 . ., ,,45 ,.,. ,45 .45 . , , ..... 45,116,207 . 45,121,152,161,163,171, 172,173,179,195 ,, ,. ......., 45,140 .. ,...,........,,., U45 .....,..,....., ,,.,45 .,, ,.,,....,......, .638 .. 32,33,46,116,12o,122,146,14a , ,,.. ,,,..,.,., 4 6,161,163 46 ...33,46,152,153,154 ..,,...,...,46,179 .,,.46,150,153,156,157 ,....,......,33,47 M 6,47 .....,....47,184 6 ..,...,..,.,., 47 ....33,47,122,133,185 Gausby. Carol Gerland, Bob Gierke, Jerry . Gleason, Jack . . Gnidovec, Tim Gobel, Tom Goebelbecker, Gordon, Gail . Gortz, Jim . , Gotthalf, Don Elaine Sue Jim Govitz, Graham, Gregorc, Tony Gregory Barbara Hadden, Ray Roy Hadden, Haddock, Larry Halderman, Natalie Hale, Al . , Hale Bob , Hall, Donna Hallock, Johanna Halloran, Tom Hamilton, Diane Hamilton, Lynne Hanslik, Barbara Harris, Carol Harris, Roberta Hebron, Virginia Henry, Judy Highland, Lenore Hill, Marsha Hillier, Dave Hodges, Russ Hatfert, Jim Hoffert, Nancy Holland, Bob Holtz, Pat Horton, Frank Hovoncsek, Lou Howard, Don Hoykar, Nancy Humrnan, Mary Hunt, Georgia Huusare, Arlene Iosue, Tom Jacksa, Margie James, Carolyn James, Warren Jarc, Joyce , , Jaworske, Tom Jellnek, Bill Jerabek, Sue Jeric, Chuck .. Johnson, Doug Johnson, Norman Kalb, Bob , Kalberer, Norm Kamm, Dona Katosic, Barbara Kauffman, Garnet Kellogg, Beth Kelly, Lee Kernan, Diane Kessler, Pat Klima, Chuck Klapavic, Jeanette Knowles, Shari ., Knuth, Bob Knuth, Jim Koester, Ted Kokos, Denny Kalman, Ron Koprivec, Al Korencic, Barb Korencic, Sally Kornblum, Roger Kostiha, Ed Kovach, Elaine Kozak, Janice , Kozlowski, Bruce Kraft, Joyce Kramer, Ted . Ann Krauss, Carol Krauss, Ron ,. Krebs, Ellen Krecic, Carol ,. Kreici, Layne , Krivec, Ron Krotine, Ken , Krzewinski, Lee ,, Kubilus, Carol Kuhar, Jo ,, Kuhar, Ray , Kuznik, Labant, Nelson . . . LaBarbara, Tom Lace, Barbara , Lampe, Linda . , Lanese, Sam . , , Lapinskas, Tom , , Larick, Dave . . . Larkin, Karen .. Larsen, Russ . Laurenson, Jim , , Laurich, Marilyn .. Laurich, Pot .,.. Lazor, Barb , .. 3 Lazor, Bev ..... Leeper, Maxine . , Leininger, Sue .. "3233'47' 43,133,133 33,413,151 "Qfff"48 ,,.49 .. .. 49,116,122,146,14a 2,49,116,118, M. 47,184,201 ,120,121,168,197 . 48 . .,,4B . 48 ,174,176,179,198 ,152,153,154,155 , ,48 ,161,163,179,195 ,,,..,49 120,121,13B,197 49,138,153,154 H49 ,. N49 . 50,116,180,1B6,182,207 50,116,120,121,133,174,176 ., , . 88 33,5O,11B,134 . .. 50 50198 v2,5O,11B,138,15Oi153 . 50 , , 50,122 . 51,122 .. 51 , 51 ..51,121 51 ,. 51 , .. 51 . ., 51 . 52,162,163,179,195 . 52,130 , 52 , 2l,52,150,154,156 , ,c ..,, M52 . 52,170,172 33,52,19s,2o3 , ,. .. , 52 2,33,53,122,182,180,18l . ,, 33,53 . 53,133,185 .. ,, 53 , 53 53 , H53 , 3 253,132 , , , 88,143 . .. , , . .54 54,150,152,153,15-1,156,195 , .54 54,120,156,167,16B 54,117,119,122,15O,152,153,154 33,54,133,175,176,177 . H54 . , ., 54 ..,55,118,126 ,55 . .33,55 .. 33,55 , was . ,55 . .55 . 55 33,55 , 156,179 ,,.,,.56 , 56,143 ,, H56 , , ..,,,, 56 . .,... , ,56 ,. 56 56,'l16,120,121,13O,193 57 57 57 . ,57 57 ,. ..., 57,121 57,12o,121,138,15o,153, 16o,163,167,168,179 57,195 , .,.. ,... 5 8 . ...,58 58,122,146 . ,,... , 58 ..33,58,150,153 5B "' 11158 ,.,.5a ...,.59 59 i ' ' '55 i2o'1'2i1' 151 1521 ..., 1 , 1 755 ,.,.,,,,,....,.,59,12o .,,.....59,133,175,176 ,,.....,33,6O ....,..,,,6O,140 ,..6O,122,143,182 ..,60,1-43 ,....61 ...61 Levkovitz, Lenore Leybeck, Barbara Lloyd, Barbara Lockwood, Dave Lucci, Roger . . Lustrick, Barbara Lynch, Dick Mogalenga, Judy Maher, Roberta Mahoney, Pat Mandel, Chris . Mangus, Nancy Marcus, Dorothy Marion, Mark Marshall, Wally Martin, Bob Mason, Bob Massey, Pat May, Jack McCall, Marge McCarthy, Dave McCormack, Arlyne McCracken, Gordon McDermott, Kathy McDonald, Janette McGowan, Lou . McHenry, Diane McMillion, Barbara Meyers, Al Miklavz, Roseanne Miller, Jim Miller, Melvin Miller, Bob Milligan, Wayne Mills, Beverly , Mirenda, Virginia Mock, Sandy Modic, Ken Mohler, Barbara Moser, Kay Moses, Russ Miiraca, Peggy Murphy, Bill Myers, Launce Mylar, Elaine Nagy, John Naroski, Joe Neale, Nancy Neat, Connie Neustedt, Janet Newcomb, Ray Neylon, Lynn Nipple, Pat Nixon, Beverly Nobbe, Judy Nosan, Dee NOSSE, Larry Novak, Barb Novak, Frank Novatny, Dick Oblak, Marlene O'Brien, Terry O'Brien, Bill Opalich, Dorothy Opdahl, Tim Palm, Fred Palumbo, Marilyn Papp, Barbara Pappas, Faye Parr, Bonnie Pasquale, Dan . Patterson, Ron . Pearlman, Carol Pegoraro, Jim Pejack, Ed , Penner, Janice Perkins, George Pertick, Mike Perusek, Bev, Petelinker, Rich . Peters, Fred Petrich, Nancy Phelps, June Pickett, Bea Pierrett, Kathy Pokrant, Len Porter, Spence Potichany, Lou Potts, Tom ,. Pause, Darlene . Powell . . Price, Dick .. Priest, Max Primeau, Jim Rafter, Carol Randall, Bob Rankin, Marge , Rash, Dennis Rayer, Jo Ann Reber, Carol Redtern, Jackie Ress, Linda Richards, Paul Ridinger, John . Riehl, Lois Ritchie, Gloria Rochkar, Diane 61,143,156 ....33,61,119,126 ,61,13O,180,151 32,33,61,16O,l63,1Z5 61 62 62,116,13o,13o . , ., 62 , . . 62 . ,. ,. 62 .. ...,62 . . . , 33,62 .. 62,150,152,153, 154,160,163,171,172,195 63,1l6,120,146,148 . ,. 63,161,163 .. 63,156,157,163 . 63 . , 63 2,63,116,118,146 33,63,178,179 63,119,195 64,120,121,127,179 . . 64 64,127 .64 .64 64 . 64 64,182 65 65,179 , 65 33,65,161,163,179 . .65 65 2,65,118,120,121,128,13B, 150,l53,154,203 . . , . 33,65 66,151 . 66 66,146,178,179 66,1 l9,121,122,126,201 , . , 66 ..66 17,33,66,119,151 , . 66 . . . . 67 67,122 67,116,121,122,133,143,182,185 67 .. . 33,67 . . 67 67,118,128,138,182,151,152,153,155 . . , 67 68,117,122,134,143,180 l81,182,151,152,154,12g 68,121,160,163,17O,172,173,179 68,122,182 . 68 . ,68 68 , . ,. , ,N68 . ., 69 69,122,180,181,182 69,120,151,153,161,l63,179,195 69,119,146,148,154 ., .,, . 33,69 .. ,. 69,156 ,. 69,122,126 ...H69 70,143 ...,.. , 70 . 70,140,150 .. 70,166,168,179 . . ,.70 .. 70 ,,., .,70 .. . . 70 . 71,118,122,127,133,182,185 4' .Q 'iii71 71,116,117,119,12o,121,132 .. ,. 71,121 . ., .. . 71,140 ,.71 . .71 ., . ..72 . 72,143,180 , .. .,,72 .....,,.,,.. 33,72 ., ..,,. .. , .... ,,.., 7 2,162,163 72,116,133,135,151,154,195 , 72,,150,153,171,172,173 . ,,.,.,.,,,, 73,140,182 ..,.,73,118 . ,,.. . .... 33,73,122 .. 73,126,133,166,163,197 . ....,.,,,.. .,.73 .. 73,118,121 . 73,122,126,182,156 . 74,133,175,176 ......33,74,161,163 ...,..,74 .,74 . 74,151,197 Rogers, Jim Rose, Charlotte Rose, Guila .. Rose, Jerry . Roskoph, Barbara Roth, Betty . Raw, Gary Rurio, Jackie Ryder, Willa . Salaicik, Helena Somida, Pat , , Samsa, Marilyn . ,. .. 76 Sanda, JoAnn 32,33,76,116,117,118,127 76 Sanders, Donna Santee, Sandy Sayat, Mark . Scheel, Ken Schrock, Linda Schanhuitt, Evelyn Schreiner, Betty . 74 ,.. 74 . , 74,121 . 75 .75 . .. 75 . 75 ,118,126,182 . . , 75 75,127,13o,151,153 .,.. . . 75 75,121 ,130,151,153,155 ,182,185,207 ,127,133,18O . . , 76 77 ,..76 .. .76 ,126,l82,151 ,. .. ...... ,.76 schwqffs, Gail 77, 116,118,127,12'8, Scott, Bill Seaman, Dale Seaman, Donna Shuber, Louis Shuster, Pat Sieber, Shirley Skerley, Vivian Slapnicker, Anthony Smeby, John Smith, Bev Smith, Dennis Sm ith, Pat Soderberg, Lori 78, Soeder, Dorothy Solon, Martha Somrak, Terry Spring, Art Stadler, Pat Stankiewicz, Loretta Steelman, Earl Stegh, Ken Stegura, Bob Stelluti, Dee Stenger, Charles Stenger, Larry . Steven, J im Stinson, Barbara Stone, Roberta Strohm, Paul Steuhringer, Jean Sullivan, Roger Swaney, Judy Tabor, JoAnn Tahon, Chuck Tapassi, Dori Taylor, Bill Tegel, Bill Templin, Rena Tench, Tom Thomas, James Thomas, Jon Thomas, Marlene Timco, Ron Toth, Henry , Town, Judy Tozzi, John Ulmann, Jaa11 Urgeleit, Lenny Vaccariello, Nick Vadakin, Bill Vah, Dick Valduga, Arlene Valenti, Al Wakelee, Judy Waldman, Gail Wall, Ray . Walters, Bill Walton, Brian Ward, Dick Waterwash, Jim Watkins, Jerry Wawrzyniak, Jim Weiss, Dick Werley, Dick '. " 77,121 .. .. 76 180,181,182 77,162,163 ,160,163,195 77 ' 77 77,180,182 77,133,185 ., .77 . ..78 . . 78 78,120,121,122127180182156 78,126,17O,172,179 . 33,78,160,163,167,168,179 116,113,12o,121,126,133,150,132 . . 78 73,134,132,130 79 . , 79 . 79 ..79 . 79 79 , 79 79,127,180,182 . . 80 80 .80 ,. 80 33,130,197 . . 33,80 8O,133,185,l5l . 81 81,126,134,138 81 . . . 81 .. .....,.. 81 . , . 81 31,170,172,173 33,31,113,126,132 .. .. .. 82 . . . 82 33,82,166,168,179,197 ., , . , 82 ,, ,82 . 82 ...82,134,182 82 . 83 ..,83,167 . 83,121 ,...83 . .. 83,162,163 83,116,122,134,143,180,146,207 .. ,. .83 ,83,116,,117,119121,156,157 . 84,116,117,118,119,126,14O .. .. 84,118,l2O,127 34,15o,151,152,153,154 155,162,163,179,195 34,150,153,154,155,156 .. .84 ,. .. ........ .,84 84 156 2',84,1l6,l18,1240',121,156,1951lZg 85153154 weffenbergef, ofiow 3'5',15i,1'53',i6i,'16'3',17of172f195 West, Ken . Whisler, Jill .,..., .,,. . . . . . 33,85 Wight, Tom 85,1 16,1 18,138,160,l63,179,196,206 Williams, Gail ..,..,, ...,., ....... 8 5 Williams, John . ...... ,,,..,,..,. 3 3,85 Williams, Pat . 86,180 Wise, Jim . Wittine, Matt . Wolanski, Sue Wolf, Carol , Wolf, Frances Wotawa, Mary Ann Wright, Cindy ' Millie Yager, Yatsko, Jack . Yockey, Pat Yopko, Mike Zahler, Bill . Zanghi, Mary , Zanyk, John Zeigler, Pat Zingales, Sam Zoul, Janice . , , .... 86 ,...,..86 ,,.86,13O .,.86 , .,,,... ..., . H86 86,182,153 33 86182 f I i33,'8'7,116,122,126,1'82f196 ..,.....87 .. ,...... ..,87 87,118,126,151 ..,,..........87,18O .,.. ....,, 8 7,146 ... 87,122,126,182,151,156 ...,,88,146 .. , ..88 Dear Friends: On behalf of the l957 Editorial Staff, l'd like to thank the following people for their help with the '57 Euclidian. To Dr. W. G. Fordyce, our Superintendent of schools, for the facilities for publishing our book . . . to Mr. Clifford Owens, our Principal, for his time and co-operation in helping us with numerous problems . . . to Mr. Meryl Baumer, our Assistant Principal, for helping us to meet our deadline . . , to Mrs. Harriet Sheats and Mr. Bruce Graham, our Deans, for understanding and patience in excusing us from classes . . . to Mr. Clayton George, Tom Wight, and the Euclidian Business Staff for helping us to publish this book by raising the necessary funds . . . to Mr. Roy Seitz and Mr. Ray Libengood, Cleveland Engraving Co., for helping us with our engraving and advice on layout . . . to the Mueller Art Cover Co., for helping us to design our cover . . . to Mr. Thomas Bain, Painesville Publishing Co., for printing our book and helping us prepare the yearbook dummy . . . to Mr. M. Levine, Mr. Wm. Rainin ond Mr. J. Gongos, Raimor Studios, for taking our Senior pictures, printing hundreds of candids, and their patience . . . to Mr. Fred Vollman, Art Instructor, for helping us with our art work . . . to Mr. Donald McGinley and the Camera Club, for taking many pictures . . . to the ad- vertisers for their help . . . to you, the student body and faculty, we owe our heart-felt ap- preciation, for it is because of your cooperation and aid that we were able to meet our deadlines and deliver this book to you. Last, but not least, we'd like to thank Mr. Gene Pillot, our sponsor, for his hard work and the many hours he spent helping us working on this book. Without Mr. Pillot's jokes, patience, and guiding hand we could never have been able to give to you, the students, this ye-arbook. Sincerely, Diane Brigger, Editor-in-chief And all the staff 5 I 5. f- v : l r -...-,.I! . - ' --H ' X 1 1957 EUIILIIJIAN SUPPLEMENT ll U NATIUNAL HO OR SOCIETY 0.1 f . iw' , r ui 'W ' 2 l S' '- - ' K - NU" ' . 4' ' P ' 6 1 Q ,pw ' ,. Q gig ri i V 'wi' . 'X 1 I If X gk SENIOR MEMBERS First Row: B. leybeck, C. Krauss, L. Ress, E. Potichny, D. Rochar, A. Borden, J. Nobbe, P. Zeigler. Second Row: B. Lace, N, Hoffert, R. Berlo, N. Brcos, J. Appleby, M. Solon, C. Bratush, M. Humman. Third Row: W. Milligan, E. Fenster, D. Smith, N, Browning, G. McCracken, E. Peiack, B. Coltrin. . .. fi fi Q: Aili- - 'al Q V: . , r fx" . , J , , ig' - ,gf .M ., Q., A ' .hi J A. -,V . A. , .....,5,v, J,,0 t . ni ,Q X ig , . 5' " 3 ' an 4 5 I lf ' -' tif f gi 6' f ' ings: , . 5, 1 .... N 1 , , .i A, i. - .,f k 5. 1.3435-2.1 3:14 Jw- in ,J ., 1 E f -. ,.., "' . E " , v 'E-. iv. . ' -. j H. -. ,,,. ,, - 5.3--Qwgv. W.. f rar .-I+ V, .'i'lf nliarfw J .':'i"' ' f ff' Q' , - ,,.4:r:.. uwigri . . mfg .. Q, ??'5,.. 1-if Y f' . if . - 5-W... -wr. c a-vw Q S JUNIOR MEMIEIS First Row: I. Hunston, S. Galoba, J. McKibbon, M. Shirk, J. Lucas, A. Za utr. Slcond low: A. Gessic, D. Lindstrom, N. Pokorny, D. Kon, J. Burhar, J. Lalour. Third Row: R. Guuch, D. Doley, C. Palmer, H. Berlo, J. Rogosch, A. Youngberg. 2 'V' Wfff 1 N , l 1 L PA THERS OE THE WEEK lgl ,,,,,,, U L. ' PANTHERS OF THE WEEK First Row: K. Ross, D. Rash, S. Korencic, L. Soderberg, S. Sieber, D. Brigger, T. Goble, D, Smith. Second Raw: A. Hale, P. Smith, G. Bill, B. Knuth, B. Lewir, B. Zahler, W. Marshall, J. Wawrzyniak, T. Gregorc. f , ., .1 Ar. A I l yur' . I av. . ' . r Q I , I '. U MR. GEORGE WILEY Faculty Panther-of-the-Year 3 Through the efforts of the Spirits Club a Panther of the Week was chosen for recognition of service to the school. Nearly every phase of school life was represented as the Panthers' activities varied from Student Council president to play production staff worker. Mr. George Wiley was presented with the Faculty Panther of the Year award at the faculty assembly. Mr. Wiley was recognized for the work he did as spon- sor of the spirit and for his all-around aid in school activities. K, , 4 4 . r "Q 354 FRIENDSHIP FORMAL-Moonlight and Roses X-.....,.., una mkgglgxifff isnmxmsskl EQESTW EE' SSW? 3 23 Q fs QE Q N ii sl QQ . YNY? I -- X -,..h wx ,I 5, P 1 Wi-, as NYM-W V1 iss sw ig ,, K, -W 1' l L B 4 ' .- sl Q is E3il3f5NN 11? meemrll Q 2 i "J" - gg x 1 I 1 l s s S K mf 'HN ' ,K ,. S' E Bt B B S, Si 1 - E K S 5 K E RR ' E K 3 g- ,QE ' I we s A .' X xg 'Y w A x, N5 gamma: wwf- is STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS .L,,, 1 I - vmflc , g I I 1 uwrczll ' "K".- IL. -'Q' ' I M ' ' 3' in xi 1 I if rg, j M N 5' , 'Pa at 3 4 N E E Y WIT I IIE , rm , We , , f Q. s ,Ie . W ' I V f I My , ,T , ,, g 4:4 A H , :ii uf' 'f -,- z E W zzgif., ,,xv, g . I , 4 :T1 I ig A W m ' . , ' ' 54,89 4'iLl,,i,?sk, A 5 , ' It if 'Z I Arne Youngberg, Nancy Carney, Dottie Lee and John Becker were elected officers of the Student Council after on extensive campaign consisting of skits, speeches, signs, and promises. SENIORS i if -ar' VIRGINIA McDOWELL ROBERT QUEEN Two members ofthe Class of I957 who were omitted from the main Yearbook through error. 5 DR MATICS -as F -uf .Kmfx Q , Biggs , N, Sufi 'gx V W -S Y x . M! ,Y 'PW Z W JK K4 X X 54 Q Q ima' M W -I ,. ..:- X ii 1 IN THE ZONE PRODUCTION STAFF First Row: R. Reeves. Second Row: H. Berlo, B. Walton, J. Goldlusl, R. Fulvon, L. Levkovilz, J. Jenkins, K. Krofine, G. McCracken. Third Row: D. Alberione, Df Roberts, B.'Cramer, F. Funtini. 4 l 6 , '- 4 . 5 C ' 5 K. ! ' z , l 1 if S- .-'V H fahk-4 -A A " . " -avg in 5 run -v ' a 4 , ffm! il l 4 ' ? ' ? ' 4 If ' 5 5 5 ,F l i ff . . s i ll? Ei X. .Q , 2 -f .EALL jx' il THESPIAN MEMBERS First Row: B. Poznik, P. Holtz, C. Misick, N. Carney, L. Levkovifz, R. Fulton, M. Shirk, J. Lucas, B. Tolor, D. Humilfon. Second Row: D. Albervone, G. McCracken, H. Berlo, B. Walton, K. Kroline, J. GoldIus!, D, Guuch, J. Vaigl, C. Yaichner. Third Row: B. Randall, L. Riehl, C. Friedel, L. Neylon, J. Young. ...- ., A A A -- Y -...i , Y 'Tiff A A "DI O" and "I THE ZGNEH DINO CAST Student Directors Dino Falcaro A A Shirley Wallace A Jackie A r.., A Miss Haines A A Mr. Mandel A A Mr. Falcero A A Mrs. Falcero Pat A A A A A Steve A Danny A A Della ,,,. Sylvia ,...... Mr. Sheridan A Mrs. Milkula A A Little Girl A A A Little Girl A A A Tony ..... AND PRODUCTION STAFF Lynn Neylon, Karen McPeek A A A A Fred Fantini A ,Bonnie Poznik A Clarolyn Friedel Barbara Leybeck Gordon McCracken Dominic Albertone A A .Nancy Petrich A APat Nipple Jim Pegoraro A Ken Krotine A Pat Holtz A A Judy Nobbe A A A .Fred Peters Eileen Laurich A .Marilyn Laurich A A AMaIinda Shirk A A A AKen Modic 7 BASEBALL 'T WL X, Q V U K I ' II I X j , ' 'Mg kj ' K ENVI' mf, f Auf fd HY' 41. L. - I I 5: I I I gn? ' EUIP iff iw I 1 E I 'z ' if I II IE E, X, TED KRAMER BOB CRAMER DAVE Locxwoon ,omow WERTENBERGER I957 L.E.L., SECTIONAI., AND DISTRICT CHAMPS WON I5 - LOST 2 3 22g,,, if V' fx . , I'?3-33.129 52 ES A if 51... fl +3-M. 'r'-ffm- A Rl 1 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM ',3 'wk' 1 ,,e, SJ X gI'IPIid Eu? ii JON THOMAS Boa GERLAND 8 Q. vb, 1 .I ' I Nj Xfj, gllw fd DOUG BEYER Pr .L F 5 I N 2 , if JIM GORTZ i ,,7 E in-'-' SCORES , L I ' f Euclid 8 Parma '2f-: ,. , Euclid 6 Shaker h W V 5' A V I Larry Nosse, Euclid's out- Euclid 3 Willoughby Ay Q Agfa! -i'f'f2i9fff"'f?f'fW sfo'-.ding pitcher and ull- Euclid ll Cleveland Hts. W: "" f ' A bi 23' around athlete was named Evil: lg Eckeifood M-ig, hmm, All-Ohio and All-Scholastic Exflgd 4 at ,re ',,, if 0 after G Season in which he Euclid 4 .lohn Adams I was awarded the Kenneth Euclid Shaker 7 . """ Sims Athletic Award and Euclid 7 HOYVSY . i - was chosen athlete of the Euclid 3 Lo'c'i"' Euclid 6 Cleveland His. . Year' Euclid 9 Lakewood X nf,-ff Euclid o sliaw xx Q Euclid 4 South Euclid 5 Parma LARRY NQSSE Euclid 3 Callinwood gal JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM , ,AA .f'-9K rl I iw all . li RQ, l will I ll .ali 'bull 1- www. mme wmv' ,kJ X54 ffllif' iff J, DOUG JOHNSON BILL TEGEL BILL .IELINEK MEL MILLER Manager 9 I TRACK I 1 .3 'T' 21 an ,J an p l, I . X I E I . . I 'filx I x I I X. . I Boa KNUTH Russ Moses VERNQN BURGER PAT SMITH -WNW I - ani" .W f ,.2 .. . I A 1 L xp 'wx , H' ' f ' ., ,Wy . " R 3 M -lx mv I 44.0. r 1 Y.,-.. l . wx., y , 'ix.5 i:xfWg,5e . "Ji 'I ' 1 ,,'g,,:,":'rMf:grw-umm -1-M-wx . rv'-Q: .,.,......w., Y -U M -Q: W -,QL vi, Q QS- . -, . . H I I I . . W. I I . ,H-w, 1, ' ' 4, ' ' V X . - I V F H-A t A '- 5' 9 ' E9 Q V5 ,,,, I ff' M I vjgggugf ' AA is - lgjywm .. A , ' X ' 5 -. K Q . L I ff . agua- ,"'. -. I W ' ' ' U .I 'Urn-f f : ' .. -- ' A 4 p.,-M A 'I M . Q, . -4 - . fl ., Q U:...4-. f ,, . . E?9?j'5p:,:Q,gwf. Y . .Q h x? :QQ ,::I.mC U, :EIN L ng' I, Z 'Si ' 1-1 I-Q. 'nm 5 Im: W I rifqbz . -I , I QQ .Y M '..,...-I ,, - K . I -1 I Mx .x 1 , Q3 . Pmbm 'O f ' r x. T 'Q 7' ' ' . ' if ' ig ., I.,,, , .. I -- E I M Q ' . win f- gg , Wi' 'I - . f ' , U "' 1 - ' - ' Q a x 3 -. 1 ' , ' 1' .. . , , 1 . MI f f ' ,II .3 J' " P f' My V ' ' ,., I" ' 1. 661. :ii .1 - lynx ' " I A L' 5' . - ' .. Q, Y I gf :Q ' 1- - 1 -y , f " 2 - , -. . .. . ." . . I . ... .. W I' I' A - , ff. . i A ' 1 IQ 6 I ,- , 7 4 Q.. .- bl, Q59 F A - ' R. L. ',...'3A, - Q ..-N.Sf', - W ,AM ,,. : ,,,-"N, -3 ,sz 2 1 Y - , b R I A . , i:.A..T A -.EZ ,im . . - .. 1 -My .- , www, 21,535 '-3+ I '. "uri . -A : - "' if . ' JH' b ' 'W ag.. , , 4, .M ,l,m..ig2S?,Q.,, fm, FW www I f QM f" 1, ?,23gx,Hx.,,a4.g .qffx-5.1, Vg.-L ., -W J. ,z1 kL,4,?nlx,,,'a156 Sign ff5::4,,T . QQ, . 5 1 f 1 , 4 . N? ,Mk ?e...4.:,f: .:5l,-Mgt: S 5,1 5-KQUWQFXY4 I liifxxi ki: ,iii ig, Q xl . Q: ,T Q K V ...il I Q Q .xy-, i A .f wif Ex: x ., I . . Mm . ,, , -5. V , ,:.I..mL'-.1 .. , ,v-.,,f- .- if-. QM 1-vf-fjgj,Qfv'+x.gaqsgg1-55 wWg'Qygw.4mt , -I , I b A , gf 3, '- R- ff . .'f:..."f+Q?-'-2: .-1'l'if:' .V . -.,-.L. w -s 'I , H33 Q vf - I Nibexf' -1' .5-222 ws- 'f":l'7f'- Hfw. I: X ,I-ai' ti-2 ., 'fy sf- V - ' PF -'-- ,Q 1, P, -pfw-IM ., A . vm . . I rl N , N375 if,---,...:: , ' M, .wifi 'f2zM'1,,y .+A -if WT ' If -155511-'E '-f' ?Y'.f" '-' '-:L , 5 Y, 14' V --' VARSITY TRACK TEAM 1. -YW ,A J X ,WW ,Q A - x N 2 Q V v ? , .,.,.. Y i 1 , Q .,.L,. I X ,I v-.gg'i'. ' ., :ww W- - , I " A , ,. ' ' x ,.-I , R? Img I I .Q X - L. 1. TIM OPDAHL BOB CHAPMAN BILL WALTERS DENNIS SMITH I0 I . H -sg a-mfr- -:Aa,,N- ,, ,dw W, .EL ,,,-Y,, Y? ,, , ,.,N,, rv'-, , 0 r WAYNE FOX ,-s.li-bn.. V ,- - qvivnn L "1 A. xg .., A. .', Y up ' 'Wi' ' qgl. ftffrsy, 73571 ' N 'J--,, A A 4 KA-' L -. N I it l.i nab' s if I 'v PAUL STROHM S C O R E S Euclid 6111, Cleveland Heights Euclid 59 Shaw Euclid 57 Shaker Euclid 78V1 Willoughby Euclid 3HoIy Name l38 lCathedral Latin Wooster Relays . Euclid Relays District Lake Erie League . WON 3 -- LOST l 56 3A 59 61 39112 33 43 4th lst lst 2nd , 'A' M -an-Lau. .,.- A. ', , Liivzl X 1 , Y A G,7. A , R A""t , ry . - ,,,L , . I i L 21 , i f twflfwf A . , 4, A t A ' f DAVE MCCARTHY aiu scorr oAvE cov STEVE ANSPAUGH 'f TN in , yu, H31 . 'P GGLF ,nn- .qv '42 I 1'v',1ffQ: ' ' XT " ' K VW I it , flip? , T5iXYiK'?wmwff.fegflff ,, ri ' 1 'MY' 5 , qifzg ix iii x Q ESQ .f.x?1-- -5. , T v ,Q sggyx ,. :5:,qx Mfzqamgii.. 215, s 1, -X . ' 1 5:i1Z.' Jill 2 3,232 ., ,. :ff-R5 ii' 5f1if??ff'sf fii? I wk-Ta. V ' . ifgffr ei T I 5' 3 +f it , 4, . H98-fyj WN 2 5,,,,,.A , .3 '.'i,g1yi7':'f . 4 -T "" M3 351 'X-x Q-.U -f xv aff-Vff ' Q-. tier . 4 . , f -eff: -X Y' , 4 .. fw- ,- Q ,A+ r 'T 2 3 2 2 5 ' - J i 5 T 53" X L x , ' Q, 3 TENN S ,- Ff TT-:L T Y T 1 V ' l 1 5 f I , fe , Y.. A , 4 AE, , 1 f' in all? 524,12 2 1,14 AY . W H Q Q2 - ' ,xi , H A , N ,J Y, ffm 3 QL 4 NV, Q' . , if .. I h X 9.fx.Q ,E 5 -. "N, ' a mf - , X .i,, V , ,V A ,x f X .- " j X 'Q :E V ' T A ' - A . .M Q Q 1 , . -' L x ' .-1-if 3 V - in " " 'Y 1 .v m if T L ,..., . 1 5 551 :-.:::.. '-1.3-me5.a-12.. fK:vr- "" " ' V' VARSITY TENNIS TEAM 1 2 I l JUNIOR PROM-Heavenl Evening The Junior class spent a "heavenly evening" in Hawaii as members danced to the music of Harry Hershey at the Junior Party on May ll. Hawaiian girls decorated the stairway to the cafeteria and Hawaiian flowers and scenes added to the illusion. Between dances the Juniors enioyed punch, coconut chips, and cookies and had a chance to exchange comments on gowns, the decorations, and the photographs taken by Raimor Studios. Coketail and after-prom parties added to the enioyment ofthe evening. For souvenirs each girl received a miniature ukulele and leis to remind her ofthe "Lanai Ahiahi". W . 5 X I 5. lp, 1 3 1, ,km Q1 bt., .!- , slkfiifll iutzli. SPRING SPURTS ATTENDANTS 1. 71" ,K 'VN' rm wx k A M ,wmv . ,A J Au ,v fs CHARLENE BRATUSH PAT BERAN Senior Attendant Senior Attendant We M. Q ' 'z 2. -' f i x 5. N ,LJ A My EQ? ,I K Q f A V M , Q - '- . Yi: Y- 6:59 .1-1' X ie www, ,. W. Y . X Qi .A --5' TSN'-fu.,-ff N Nw ' . Si, f NANCY CARNEY DELORES INGRAM Junior Attendant Sophomore Attendant 14 --4--Y., ..-.-,.i.,-g,..-. - .... -' . ,-,--S. , ' 'Im SPRING SPORTS QUEEN PAT NIPPLE S ' Sports Quee SWIM SHGW-FRU T PAGE SPRAYS ., ,,,2.,,,,,,,g,..,,,i .,.,..W-, - , . W Th. , 1 0 0 2 f 3 .....s.,... .S ,T t ,Www A, 1 K Q, Ls .,, ,,,,, 4. '1'-5 , : ' 14 Qggc-1,52 , . , 2a.ZS.:I3g1 ' S aw SS , K K 5? lg ' SA . :Q 'giw " P' K3 M 9 A A 351236 lx, X ,A lv. -5 1-be Q R fm X N ,J .. '53, 5 S A 'N J is 1 . f :WS 1 X C, xxyqy, XML , ' W EQQQS' QQQQQ. :s'f2L,-.T ' F v,v, T l ,. BQ ' 'S L , .,. , 4'.w .." 7: N -, . .w,. A . -1 '--- '-f'2'5.,,.,.f.f,f ' " M' ff- 1 If -3' ,mf f Q:5saai3f"'VJ-' wr.. 1 ..- - . -.A q f 'Q T 'l if WV 5 .. wi......3 3 1 .wig .W f ' ,, .-M: ,t 969134 f , L-,K-A 1,xJ.,.ge1'+X . 51312 - ,YMW I ,W , as 12, ,-TWSR-QQ: ' -X V' .f-'w f igifff?-WHQRX V ,f"""YK4'g J J Y-MMS ,ff X,w-r '- ' -?"w2?:+v.vsf"'ffwgim.' 21. ry: 15- ,-Q-5 N,x,gQ..x . uf xii Jygkwfigj Af rj - QW-rgrqfw xqgiv - Q ey- ' A :asf-vf'6o"' fQl'," 'V , ' f"VL1f3.4 -:Q-73: Y . - J' M . S. ser? YQ-EQEES . S A S'i'::i.f4.fg.?- W! . 4 . G 'Ssgg , 'T 3 if ' . wg wvfeivi' - ,44-.wg-'gs Q. :fi A- 'W 43. ,155 Yxsbrw L i"I, ..',",7,f.vl x ff" f 24.-1'-1-:QL , ' 2 SV flf. 2.-ff My ijgdg l 5 ..,, , V-,J Qvlfbiv giving ti 4512? I, ,,..,f 1 T ' " ' 23' "1 .""'i3'7s? S 5 . A ' ' Q 112936385 ' . K 5 .A Q X E ngwwv S if .. .M Q' S Q mrwzw- f A , ...-- . WEA " ,---Ff :Wm , . grep 3 Lx - 'w :way K g M -syn-.515 hifi- .fam-r Af f :if ,.w4, fra - - , -,wr 'ii' X-fain ,, ,f f 433 1 -ag:-,n 1 Aj, a'LQ5?'71lff, 5?,:,.:T.l,. "f fra" ' wc .S Ag, f 9 1 5:4 ' 9, J. mx .5 .qjgsw-.3 ' ' J "we W, . CX " fl ry.,-rg z u NW-f , .4-4 K " hifi' ' 9'A'?55 15:1 ' '-,A Q Ngfff t Tim l"V" 5 -- v K -Q 1 A 2, Xi -N 'M 'VA' A 1 61 J' S X' 1: 4- 'S X ' ' 1 'N 3353: an .- 1- Q , 4. ' A, . .P ' 4 f , 4' qs 9 2 5 " 1 fa, ,Tux if , -.f 4 iv -six -2' ...NVQ 43:5 f ,-:saw h Q. ,nf-1 ggi. Sis ' - . f Baie ' f ww ,U N. a 2 16 1 I 1957 BIG SHUW-DRESS REHIEARSAL W' fx aw 0 S , I 9,1 1 ff Q .,.:.. FACULTY ASSEMBLY-Around the World ln 80 Days Euclid students traveled "around the world in 80 days" during the second annual faculty assembly. Directed by Mrs. Nancy McMahon, the assembly featured original songs, scenery, cherry-slip plane tickets, and many hilarious moments in- cluding "El Toro" Owens and the "girls". .4-.. As Mr. Wallace guided Mr. Amster on the tour, Euclid students met dancing Dutch girls, singing Frenchmen, Monaco's , rulers, a crooning gondola driver and a tribe of starving American Indians. Highlighting the assembly was the presentation of the Faculty Panther of the Year, Mr. George Wiley. ' , MJ, As, s few ,Q ,sw fig s? Q -1, fs ,,,- if 1 s, . . -s.s.,,v.. - 1' ,Q , , "SN e4,d,.,.c.lViA...... , fit' Pav l8 1 l SENIUR BANQUET The beginning ofthe end ofa wonder- ful Senior year began with the Senior Banquet which took place at the Lake Shore Country Club on May 7. After a meal, which was met with mixed emotions, Tom Eddy as master of cere- monies introduced Dr. Fordyce ond Mr. Owens who gave short but interesting speeches. Various members of the class also entertained the Seniors. After the reading ofthe class poem, Seniors danced to the music of Harry Hershey and later attended various parties and open houses. 9, sl 1iIlI9 6 'k"'l L' . ' his v-ref ' Q X U 1 f ll-Q j , TQ' ,kftffwr-, - ' 'f- "ps, yn fi gi! jg? 'Zig fj, 'vQg'WL,'df'fNffw' :eqimfQ'fQf1 i l' rr. me -' Q ' SENIUR ASSEMBLY-Showboat r Printed programs, an ovation by the underclassmen, the singing of the Alma Mater, and leaving the auditorium first for the iast time were part of the memories of the Senior Assembly. i?1lNlHli 1 . "" 2 Q fir .7 " iff 74- f . ,gsm , .,,.,.., , . , . f a, A 'W " ' .,.. :sw g L K Q z g , -,QV , , k .... W , . Aboard the modern showboat, the S.S. Panther, underclassmen viewed for the last time the Class of 1957. A variety of new and old acts including a melodrama, two quartets, singing, danc- ing, and comedy were presented. jf-, fn.. ' 20 L SENIUR PROM-Almost Paradise r Sf-ml i Q L 5 "Almost Paradise" was the theme of the Senior Prom held this year at the Topco Ballroom. From 9:00 to 1:00, 520 Seniors and guests danced to the music of Billy Lang's Bond in o heavenly atmos- phere of glittering stars and beautiful decorations. At 1:00 the After-Prom Party sponsored by the lnterservice Club began with the presentation of the Key to the City to Class President Dave Lockwood. At 2:00 movies of the prom, taken earlier, were shown. 3 Y Y X MsM:'.i-05.95 i fsffm SENIGR PROM Led by the band on a Topco truck, Seniors went to the dining room where they enioyed chicken or steak dinners. Entertainment, which consisted of a five act floor show highlighted by Dick Maleri and the Tracy Twins, lasted until 5:30 when the dancing resumed. Before the Seniors signed out, a quick snack of coffee and doughnuts was served. After a quick nap, church, and the picnic, no one looked forward to the day after. eta ,it 'ie llx ,'-SE.: nl .F 9,90 Q 4 . H 1 sunny! FF ' f' ' '-1..q.. , .XM 'S ,, -as I L COIVIIVIE CEME , wa v f ' V- - ' 1 . .1 "fa fy , 1 f RI N ' YN I, u x 41 v , , 1-vii, Q, ,- . I N' 1 1 lg .. ,, ,Q I 1 lr lfxrsnffg , el' A it ' 3 A . PM-yj 4'1N-N35 iw ' vi I ml cuss or '57 XJ COMMENCEMENT AND- BACCALAUREATE EXERCISES .. 'T ig- 23 m ... COMIVIENCEIVIE Practices over, Seniors, wearing their caps and gowns for the first time, marched into the high school auditorium to the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance" for the Baccalaureate services which took place on Sunday, June 2. Rabbi Rudolph Adler gave the address, "Foundations of a Happy Life". Reverend Robert Clapp gave the Invocation, Scrip- ture Reading and Benediction. The Senior Choir sang "Halls of Ivy" and "You'll Never Walk Alone". Baccalaureate was the beginning of the many graduation parties and open houses. 'I ,, 1' Q ev' 'H .sem AE -. F Ns fill fl 1 ,.. COIVIMENCEIVIEN f f 1 -fs I 'YAUWN .. 21a-N 433 Seniors listened as Jim Wawrzyniak introduced Dr. Carl C. Bracy who gave the Commencement Address at the exercises held at the Music Hall on .lune 4. Edwin Peiack, Valedictoriang Judy Wakelee, Salutatoriang Carol Pearlman, Arlene Valduga, Sandy Mock, and Maxine Priest participated in the exercises. Reverend Eugene C. Best gave the Invocation and Benediction. After Mr. Owens certified the class and Dr. Fordyce presented the class, Mr. Russell Glass presented the diplomas to the happy and proud Class of '57. Caps, gowns, flowers, new dresses, cameras, ham handwiches, homeroom teachers, and receiving the coveted diploma are all a part of the many memories of graduation. - 'E . ik! 5,1 lf- ,,- l , - , 3 1 EUCLlD'S TOP STUDE TS Edwin Peiack, Valedictorian, ranked first in a class of 433 students. Ed was a mathematics and science maior and received a Panther of the Week award for placing first in the Senior Scholar- ship Test and in two of the National Merit Tests. His keen sense of humor, good sports- manship and easy going personality make him a person well liked by his fellow classmates. He participated in the Trig and Slide Rule Club, Zoology Club, Chemistry Club, and as a member of the Tennis Team for two years, Ed was elected to the National Honor Society. Ed received a scholarship to Carnegie Tech and was awarded the Bausch and l.aum award and the Rensselaer Medal. QU' is Judy Wakelee delivered the Salutatory at the Commencement exercises for her work in attaining the second highest aver- age in the Class of '57. Enrolled in the commercial course, Judy participated in many extra-curricular activ- ities including National Forensic League, Thespians, Quill and Scroll, and Eucuyo staff. Judy was treasurer of the Euclidian Business staff in her Junior year and was copy editor of the Survey in her Senior year. She could always be counted on to do a iob efficiently and diligently. Because of her all-around personality and many tactivities, Judy was elected into the National Honor Society in her Junior year. .-1.7.9 -5: rv- we-1 i 3 1 SCHOLARSHIPS The 1957 Graduating Class won scholarships from colleges in fourteen states, including Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Local Scholarships and their winners were: KIWANIS-.lim Laurenson. OLIVER MANAGEMENT CLUB-Joyce Jarc. PTA COUNClL-Gail Brewster, Carol Krauss, Mildred Yager. JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-Carol Krauss, Joyce Jarc. ROTARY CLUB-Barbara Lace. 4 EXCHANGE CLUB-Gail Waldman, Jim Laurenson. BESSIE WELLS MEMORIAL-Barb Lace, Bob Chapman. Euclid Seniors who placed nationally in the National Merit Scholarship Exam were Doug Johnson, Marge McCall, and Eric Fenster. QAWKD 1957 MEMORIES , A new semester, first day for Senior A's, more new teachers . . . toothbrush sale . . . Band Concert, Feb. 12 . . . scholarship exams, college boards . . . Friendship Formal, Feb. 16, Moonlight and Roses, parties before and after, decorations, music . . . Choral Concert, March 5 . . . a third in District Meet for swimmers . . . L.E.L. Wrestling Championship, state champs Ken Ross and Mark Marion . . . Basketball District tournament champs . . . co-champ cheerleaders . . . All-School Party, March 23 . . . Career Week . . . Swim Show, Front Page Sprays, April 11, 13 . . . Easter Assembly . . . Spring Sports Dance, April 26, the reigning Pats, Nipple and Smith . . . Faculty Assembly, Around the World in 80 Days, Dutch girls, cherry slips . . . Spring Banquets . . . 1957 Student Council Elections, spirit, posters, speeches . . . Dino, May 3, 4 . . . Senior Banquet, the food, program, Mr. Owen's speech, dance and parties afterwards . . . Euclid Relays Victors . . . Junior Prom . . . Big Show, Dress Rehearsal, Cowardly Lion, silver girls, gold boys, underwater ballet. . . . Baseball Championship . . . Senior Prom, May 25, Almost Paradise, All-Night Party . . . Senior exams . . . No more days for Senior A's, sleep, eating together, songs, cheers, happiness, tears . . . Senior Awards Assembly . . . Senior Assembly, S..S Panther, Showboat, The Alma Mater . . . Baccalaureate, June 2, the practices, "Halls of lvy," . . . Commencement, June 4, a diploma at last, ham sandwiches, "Pomp and Circumstance" . . . a successful, spirited, Senior year. '27 BEST WISHES TO THE NEW SENIORS AND TO THE UNDERCLASSMEN. QJWKD GOOD LUCK FROM THE 1957 GRADUATES 28 - ur. ,- fl, - -:-iv:1fr,,, 1 Ab- I 1 .i 'Q V 'l . J 1 'x ' v ' X , . Q.-',,.-f5'+'1'r.'.'- :gy '-3? f y., , G ' ..'!l'5!j-.- -I' f'7,f', W 'f -" f" r 7" f - f"' '3"', ""fw- -, ng. ,4 'A' ' QI., ' fe' ' 'V fI':" Q'f:, 5f Q 12" n 'j .,-4 Je ' I -24' " pd f, I ' -1- .' 4 " rff, 4 JV U v IN' 'xq'f2"g 1 4 A V fa qi X 'I .x x 1 x ,Q 4 1' I 'A .ix x- K, 1 U l 1 fc ' fl 1 '- I . Y I ,. I 'K X V 1 ', I ' , 'O u 1 , x Q. I 4 IL rl U, ' L' ., 'Q' f I X S-V il' li? ' 1 ,If 8 ' I xy ix 5' v 3 1, ' I ' S ',' , . S y I " "- , , 1 ' -L . is ' ' f I rw' vfq. u' fl'v I ' ' iwxxi x 9 X f ' ' fi' 4' , i ' I M ' - ' 4 . V A .A . ll ' 1 Un -x - VV 2 1 3 A I, A' M i' ' l I z rllq ,r 'ing QA. I , Kit , X f Q"'7.,' '-" 4' ' ' . I sw. gh ..l K , A M1 m1 f I af., 5 I' , will xi. ,M 1 ,1 q,vN I .n, 'v,:':,W..f, V 5 'm ' ' fi lm-Q. ,gVgIf,'- Q I yfydt. I . ,. .K ., wr . of ' 1 .eff fa . 4 A. yi ,fx I jf' ffl K I w 1 I . , ff, ,Q fy? x V 1 ul I Ir, f .: f , E 0" 1' IM 14 , 1 ' g,P.,":wQ, :Ginn film: 141 . Mm ! 1 l fl ,N f fly, X 1 1 ,,,. iwezpf, I, Slim! 0 0 0 gzucgcl .gzncor ,Mg ommencemenf -55:-, iii v Q- '- 1.-' ' ' Q" f F IEW 'Wy . pf? YL M4 17 L . , 1 ,, J? fag L U . ' '53 D , 3 - - I , I, 5 - VG q X 1 .MIT 2 B f:3:iEL,ll1'4 " .L H-2 5 yi . , . ' 5f1E'1.ieq:-55251 .4 """' ' uw. faux-. 1 -am nt Q 1 "A ,. 1'- .'11 HB1 J :I- ' I ,- , f im L 'lprxiq mf' :-. I ,V A -I 'Tl 1 I- ffi . U L .V A 3 " 357 , D - . 5 1 ' ig. . BUILT' 'L fm- .-,i!,fV4... 51 - 1 , N 1 ., L 9-If ' gi i-L, , -, . N. Y, .M ' . 11'lBij2srm,, -- --R " 4 ' L- In mf?i:weeeMweE1.-!+m-1- .. MUS-IC HALL CLEVELAND PUBLHC AUDITUREUM Tuesday, June Fourth Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Seven Eight Fifteen P.M. qvv ---f f------ --- ,,..........-f....:.-.,,-ff-d- l'0gI'6lI1'l PRELUDE .,,..... ..,..,........,. ' 'Doge's Overture" ... ... ..... ........---- R OSS9 Euclid High School Band INYQCATIGN .--,,,, M ---,,, v A,-,,.-,A .,4,,,,.,-,---, Rev, Eugene C. Best, S.T.D. Assistant Pastor, St. Wil1iam's Church THE NATIONAL ANTHEM SALUTATORY ,-,.4,.,,,-,,,-,,,, , ,,q,,, , ,,,4,.,vc .,..,... . Judy Ellen Wakelee "Praeludium and Allegr0"---, ...- - ...,..-...------ - ---.--------A---'------- - ------ Kfieslel' Carol Pearlman Arlene Valduga - accompanist Introduction of Dr. Carl C. Eracy .,...., .James Lawrence Wawrzyniak NEW WORDS FOR A NEW DAY" ......., Dr. Carl C. Eracy, President Mount Union College Ah! I Would Linger from "Romeo and Juliet" ....... -- .............. Gounod Sandra Mock Maxine Priest - accompanist VALEDICTORYL.- ,...,..,,.,... I .,,,,,c.l,.,..,.,,,..,...,l.. ,...., E dwin Ray Pejack CERTIFICATION OF CLASS ,..,,.... ----.-.Mr. Clifford G. Owens Principal PRESENTATION OF CLASS l.,.,,... .......l D r. W. G. Fordyce Superintendent 'PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMASIL ......... --- .....,. Mr. William Bente Euclid Board of Education BENEDICTIONL-- ...........................,..................... Rev. Eugene C. Best RECESSIONAL ........,.. ---- .......... L ........... - ............ -.-- ....... Class of 1957 Euclid High School Band 'Homeroom teachers will assist. We request that there be no applause until all diplomas have been awarded. Dominic Michael Albertone Georgene Loretta Allison Robert Alex Ambros Alvin John Anderson Sally Maria Anderson Barbara Lu Anson Stephen F. Anspaugh Loretta Frances Apolski Joan Elise Appleby Richard Gregory Ayala Rosita Marie Ayala Helga Gertrud Baginski Sara JoAnn Baker Antionette Karline Balice Ann Putnam Barden Eulalia Kay Barrows Ernestine Nancy Bartko Jeanne Battung Diane Magdeline Baumert Wilma Arlene Benedetto Donald Andrew Benic Patricia Ann Beran Irene Gloria Berardinelli Carol Mae Berezonsky Rochelle Evelyn Berlo Douglas H. Beyer Gary Carmen Bill David George Birkic Marilyn Joan Bisbee Jack Lee Boggs Annetta Carol Bost Elizabeth Kay Bowers Charlene Alice Bratush David Fredrick Braunlich Gail Leila Brewster Diane Frances Brigger Marlene Ann Brinovec Nancy Ann Broos Edward Tracy Browning Patricia Anne Bulicek Vernon King Burger Dale Dennis Burmeister Monroe Miles Burnett Barbara Louise Burr gfarluafea Gerald Carson Caldwell Nancy Jeanne Camm Carol Ann Carpenter Charlene Patricia Carr Sharon Kathryn Carr Vincent Martin Cefaratti Robert Anthony Chapman Clarissa Ethel Chauby JoAnn Sandra Clarke Joyce Lynn Clayton Robert L. Clayton Mary Margaret Clements Serene Rae Cohen June Agnes Colledge Robert Edward Coltrin Cheryl Lee Conrad John Elliott Conroy Harvey Fred Contenza Shirley Anne Corron Barbara Constance Corsaro Joyce Ann Covill David Alan Coy Robert George Cramer Bruce Allan Crane Carole D'Amico Patricia Edna Danley Paul Douglas DeLauer Robert F. Denihan Lynda Gail Domitor Guy Donahue Thomas W. Doty Henry Joel Douglas Robert Hayes Downing Mary Lane Drescher James Edward Drobnik Jules Anthony Duval Nancy Jean Eckerman Thomas Spencer Eddy Harry O. Eidenier Gerald Phillip Eisen Carole Jean Eiskonen Frederick M. Elicker Richard Joseph Elrick John Day Emerich T-fr-ew?-T1-f--1 --- Lynn R. Emter Bruce N. Erickson Marilyn Anne Erzen Ronald James Fasimpaur Frank Joseph Federico Eric Doran Fenster Bruce Theodore Finke Dolores Nancy Fioretti Walter F. Fleck Ann Marie Flocke Anthony Nicholas Focarett Robert Walton Foster Sue Foster Wayne William Fox Paul Michael Frankovich Judy Ann French Clarolyn Jo Friedel Eugene Earl Fuller Laurie Teresa Gallop Peter Michael Gargetic Carole Anne Gauch Carol Elizabeth Gausby Robert John Gerland Gerald W. Gierke Jack Heath Gleason Timothy Michael Gnidovec Thomas Holmes Goble James Edward Goebelbecker Gail Anne Gordon James F. Gortz Donald William Gotthalf Elaine Frances Govitz Susan Harriette Graham Anthony Frank Gregorc May Barbara Gregory Ray Clarence Hadden Roy William Hadden Lawrence John Haddock Natalie Jean Halderman Alan Noel Hale Robert C. Hale Donna L. Hall Johanna Louise Hallack Thomas Robert Halloran Diane Lynn Hamilton Lynne Marie Hamilton Barbara Jane Hanslik Carol Ann Harris Roberta Belle Harris Virginia Mae Hebron Judith Carolyn Henry Lenore Mae Highland Marcia Ann Hill David John Hillier Jere Cornell Hodges David Allen Hoefle James Richard Hoffert Nancy Hoffert Robert G. Holland Patricia Anne Holtz Frank E. Horton Louis Andrew Hovancsek Donald E. Howard Nancy Frances Hoykar Mary Ann Hummon Georgia Ann Hunt Arlene Helen Huusare Thomas Raymond Iosue Margaret Ann Jacksa Carolyn Anne James Warren Alan James Joyce Jarc Thomas Francis Jaworske William George Jelinek Susan Irene Jerabek Charles Frank Jeric Douglas Eric Johnson Norman Leroy Johnson Robert Willard Kaib Normann Albert Kalberer Madonna Beverly Kamm Barbara Ann Katosic Garnette Elaine Kauffman Lee Bud Kelly Diane Elizabeth Kernan Patricia Margaret Kessler Charles Frederick Klima Jeannette Klopovic Shari Lynne Knowles James H. Knuth Robert Harry Knuth Theodore Marsh Koester Ronald Robert Kolman Allan John Koprivec Barbara Ann Korencic Sally Lou Korencic Roger Kornblum Edward Thomas Kostiha Elaine Frances Kovach Janice Marie Kozak Bruce Kozlowski Joyce Merle Kraft Tad Henry Kramer Carol Adath Krauss O. Ronald Krauss Ellen Marie Krebs Carolyn Jean Krecic Lane Krejci Ronald Charles Krivec Kenneth Anthony Krotine Leona Joan Mary Krzewinski Carol Lee Kubilus Raymond Peter Kuhar Roger Fred Kuznik Nelson M. LaBant Thomas P. LaBarbera Barbara Ann Lace Linda Kay Lampe Salvatore Lanese Thomas G. Lapinskas David B. Larick Karen Helen Larkin Russell Edward Larsen James Allan Laurenson Marilyn Jean Laurich Patricia Ann Laurich Barbara Ann Lazor Beverly Jane Lazor Maxine Elizabeth Leeper Susan Lynne Leininger Lenore Joyce Levkovitz Barbara Jean Leybeck Barbara Anne Lloyd David Harry Lockwood Roger Joesph Lucci Barbara Ann Lustrik Richard Anthony Lynch John Martin McCann David Ian McCarthy Arlyne Francis McCormack Gordon Bowman McCracken Kathleen Ann McDermott Jeannette McDonald Virginia McDowell Louella Frances McGowan Diane Sue McHenry Barbara Ann McMillion Judith Marie Magalenga Roberta J. Maher Patricia Anne Mahoney Chris Richard Mandel Nancy Lee Mangus Dorothy Ann Marcus Mark Nicholas Marion Walter Fordyce Marshall Robert William Martin Robert Ronald Mason Patricia Mae Massey John Anthony May Frank Alvin Meyers Rose Ann Marie Miklavz James Edward Miller Melvin Frederick Miller Robert Jack Miller Wayne E. Milligan Beverly Joan Mills Virginia Ann Mirenda Sandra Jean Mock Kenneth Earl Modic Barbara Ann Mohler Kay Elizabeth Moser Russell G. Moses Margaret Mary Muraca Thomas Jerome Murphy Launcelot Earle Myers Elaine Virginia Mylar ,, vvfym, T .T1, --'- ---- ff- , L ,.-:as'bn-:nrEW5i 1t3vr.niclL-a3lef4vri'I1'?k'-1' 1 Louis Steven Nagy Joseph Naroski Nancy Lee Neale Constance Louise Neat Jeanette Ellen Neustedt Raymond Fred Newcomb Lynn Valerie Neylon Patricia Ann Nipple Beverly Catherine Nixon Judith Joyce Nobbe Dolores Jean Nosan Larry John Nosse Barbara Anne Novak Richard Lee Novotny Marlene Carol Oblak Terrence Edward 0'Brien William Martin O'Brien Dorothy Alice Opalich Timothy Raymond Opdahl Frederick W. Palm Marilyn A. Palumbo Barbara Lee Papp Faye Pappas Bonnie Lou Parr Daniel Pasquale Ronald Lindsey Patterson Carol Joyce Pearlman James Robert Pegoraro Edwin Ray Pejack Janice Penner George Herman Perkins Michael J. Pertick Beverly Mary Perusek Richard A. Petelinkar Frederick Roland Peters Nancy Ann Petrich June Marie Phelps Beatrice Eleanor Pickett Kathleen Jean Pierret Leonard Herbert Pokrant Spencer Joseph Porter Elaine Janis Potichny Thomas Edward Potts Darlene Ann Povse David Ronald Powell Richard Allen Price Maxine Wilhemine Priest James Albert Primeau III Robert Graham Queen Carol Ann Rafter Robert Merritt Randall Margaret Rose Rankin Dennis Stephen Rash Joanne Louise Rayer Carole Ann Reber Jackie Redfern Linda Lee Ress Paul Frederick Richards John Carl Ridinger Lois Francine Riehl Gloria Jean Ritchie Diane Sue Rochkar James H. Rogers Charlotte Ann Rose Gerald Russell Rose Guila Elizabeth Rose Barbara Anne Roskoph Betty Jane Roth Gary P. Row Jacqueline Runo Willa Mae Ryder Patricia Mary Samida Marilyn Samsa Joanne Sanda Donna Louise Sanders Sandra S. Santee Mark Alan Sayatovic Kenneth Warren Scheel Evelyn Schonhiutt Elizabeth Ann Schreiner Linda Faye Schrock Gail Frances Schwarts William Earl Scott Dale D. Seaman Donna P. Seaman Louis John Shuber Patricia Virginia Shuster Shirley Eva Sieber Vivian Violet Skerly Anthony Theodore Slapnicher John A. Smeby Beverly Anne Smith Dennis Werner Smith Patrick Frank Smith Loretta Jane Soderberg Dorothy Ann Soeder Martha Louise Solon Lewis Terrence Somrak Arthur Joseph Spring Patricia Josephine Stadler Loretta Mary Stankiewicz Kenneth Reynold Stegh Robert Lee Stegura Dolores Marie Stelluti Charles Conrad Stenger, Jr. Lawrence Eugene Stenger Elaine Helen Stermole James Terry Steven Barbara Ann Stinson Roberta Lynn Stone Paul Howard Strohm Jean Irene Stuehringer Roger Keith Sullivan Judith Ann Swaney Joe Ann Tabor Charles M. Tahon, Jr. Doris Andrea Tapassi William Howard Taylor William Frank Tegel Rena Frances Templin James David Thomas Jon Edward Thomas Marlene Frances Thomas Richard Gorden Thorpe Ronald James Timco Henry Joseph Toth Judith Ellen Town John Frank Tozzi Joan Lucile Ulmann Leonard Russell Urgeleit Nicholas Anthony Vaccariello Richard George Vah Arlene Carole Valduga Albert Joseph Valenti Judy Ellen Wakelee Gail Lois Waldman Raymond Lloyd Wall William Richard Waltrs Brian Lawley Walton Richard Charles Ward James S. Waterwash Gerald W. Watkins James Lawrence Wawrzyniak Richard Anthony Weiss Richard Allen Werley Orlow H. Wertenberger Kenny Wray West Jill Luise Whisler Thomas A. Wight Gail Marie Williams John L. Williams Patricia Anne Williams Richard Williams James Robert Wise Matthew J. Wittine Susan Marie Wolanski Carol Lynn Wolf Frances Ethel Wolf Mary Ann Yvonne Wotawa Cynthia Gail Wright Mildred Ann Yager Jack Yatsko Patricia Irene Yockey Michael John Yopko, Jr. William P. Zahler, Jr. Mary Jane Zanghi John Michael Steven Zanyk, Jr Patricia Ann Zeigler Samuel H. Zingales Janice Ann Zoul 0I'l'l 0I'00l'Yl .mac eff! Clayton George Gene Pillot John Reeves Lucille Aingworth Reita Williams Dale Thompson Marcella Nold Harry Spangler Listed in order Jack Lewis Merwin Staines Stanley Whiteside Frank Pringle Clarence Eckert Ralph Grear Joseph Mayer ' Donald McGinley David Harry Lockwood..- .... - of diploma presentation ---------.---.President Robert John Gerlancl ....e.. ----- ie.. -c ..... Vice President Joanne Sanda --- ....,,..... ..e.e......... - -- - ....... ---Secretary Ann Marie Flocke ------- ------- ....... --- .............. Treasurer allege! oar of gzclwcafion Russell G. Glass -.- ....,... ---- .... ---- .... - ..... LL-- ..,... -------- ....... .President Grace Watkins ---- .... --- ..... - ....,. , v.i..... - ...... L ,.......,..... ---Vice President C. E. Bowman John F. Davis Frank B. Mills ---- ........ - .... -----..--- ef-...l..... - f............ Business Manager Stewart A. Cox -----------..----- ..... -- ..... ---N.---------Clerk-Treasurer W. G. Fordyce --- .... ..f-....w------------.Superintendent of Schools Clifford G. Owens -.. -W e ---- --- ---- --.Principal ,K 9. .,x, ly W 1 2 1 ' fwilfl ., Qi mu 1' ' AZ' JW 'V -H 1 - Zigi mg -jg ,Ag ' 7 . 5 -I-1 5 I A- 'ol Y, -- ,m,,W,:'1i - Y M ,22,,,., , Y",-ZZ'-2-'12"" ,...,-v- i NE l il l : 31? . ' 1,54 ff' v F:-if if M? ""' +" mi V H-I 7 !l PE I i 41. Lug -- i'f?2!'7vm::-.:- . 4A'f"""'-W?--2'-5-rf:.K"',1TA -ji SEN,o G SC oo Clayton George Jack Lew1s Gen Joh' Luc. Reit Dale Mar Han 7 David Harry Robert John 4 Joanne Sands Ann Marie F 51466 Russell G. Gia Grace Watkir C. E. Bow Frank B. Mih Stewart A. Cc W. G. Fordyc- Clifford G. C 1. Z Zim Zh Hwxmwfmf WWMMM Hzewfgiwwwwwz Zdwfwwfwfwf dW M2505 MQ LZ! Clayton George Jack Lew1s Gem J oh! Luc.. Reit. Dale Man Han l David Harry Robert John 4 Joanne Sanda Ann Marie F fuck Russell G. Gln Grace Watkir C. E. Bow Frank B. Mill Stewart A. Cc W. G. Fordyc Clifford G. O Clay Gen J ohr Lucil Reit Dale Mar Han David Harry Robert John ' Joanne Sand: Ann Marie F 6701115 Russell G. Gll Grace Watkir C. E. Bo Frank B. Mill Stewart A. C W. G. Fordyc Clifford G. O 0111 QPOOITL jdlf efd 1 I s--"":' .ff I '. Q., . . H. . . N A, '- 1 . Il.-I .ig. .. - . , M . 1531. . we -.p,,. .L .- . . .V ' 1 . -9 N 14 ,. . 5-.U ' ,J I , N- gl ' , ,Q V' x I , K: , .- , L 4 ,. ',.f'.a". ... 1 f I .Fu ' x , MXL' ".. ' ' , if' X .xhlafrk KPEQB' 41' I QQ. 1-""'4'. 5 ' . ' 'I , .Y v I .- m Q-nz V. -,kr . 3 - . 5 x, Q' - T4 I.-.,u3f.,., ' K' .. 5-' V., X- V, ' .flh ':L"k, gfr,:f,.:..' 1 ' W.. .: My I. .V 111' .--L' "iff V 'L' 'fx , , -.1.. J W, 'am ' .' '.:- ' ' " . I f9',fff':' .,N., qu 1 . ' W, . ,l. ,...,' V . Q :fri " '- ul Q . ff 3.31, . ' 4 ra,"?"' 1 , ,:,-5 H Hy, .. V . . -x. Last Will and Testament of 1957 Class I, Genie Allison, will to Pat Muscenti two yeuru of fun with grourhy gym leaders, I, Snllie Anderson, will to Judy Jones the right to be il senior next year und to pester the llnderclassmcn. l, llnrh Anson, lenvs my locker full of borrowed pencils and paper to my little sister, Gnil, 1, Slave Anapaugh, will my 5-cylinder Nash Kzlmhlcr Convertible to any undet- clrlslsman who can burn rubber in first guur. lln my Nnsh, of rourse.l l, llelgu Bnginski, will :he swimming riuits in the girl's gym to my sister Chris. We. Jody linker nml Carolyn James will uur slightly buttered lurller Nu. 1125 to any number ur junior girls if they can curry on tlle tradition of filling it to the top with seninr equipment, 1, Lulu aerruwn, will la the underclnss- ninu, the fond memories uf the senior yenr. l, Erneatinn- Iiartkn, will my locker to somebody whu needs ir. Wu, Ann Ilnrtlcn and Hel' Perusek, will to anyone whu wants them, our nicknames uf "Else und Bcefel' I, Junnnc Bullung will leave happily. I, Irene Ilernrdinelli, will to Nancy Carney the secret of Ellolld's Fountain of Youth. l, curul llnrurunuhy leave my split uinlt dl-us-1 to any girl attending the senior bon- quut next yuur. I, Marilyn Hishcc, will my extra lunch ,iriunl lu sumu lucliy person, I, liulh Bollcred, will to the 57458 major- allies the uliiliiy to get uround uliieh. 1, churlune llrulueh, will nly first floor leuuiuuul house locker to suinu lucky person wilh uu eusy locker rumliinuciun. l, Gail Brewster. leave to Diane Koss an illcll and a half pencil und to Mr. Pillut an eiuuiy linuh sent in his rurrl. l, Diane Ilriggur, leuve my Eililuiein- Chief of the Ellclilliuln, to Diane Koss and my position ul Chief .lesser of the cheer- lellllers to Put Illurolt, l, hlurlenr llrinui-ur, will to Betty Rath my ulll antique toaster which slle loves so well. I, Nancy Broas, leave llll the headaches of tlli: Eucliliiun Business Stuff to next yuur's managers. l also will to some uuui- iunini- :he nusiliun in front of Mr, Fillot ln tho lunch line. l, Null Browning, will be u party puuprr and just leuvu. I, Patti Bulirck, will to .Ian Turk all the full I'vc had in Leaders Club and to Mr. uuwvrr another talkative girl, l, Vern Burger. will my straw hue to Judy Mcliibhean and the mustache to the libl'al'illns. I, Ullrllara Burr, will to Barbara Katunik my seen in fiisl ner-iurl speech class, l, Nancy Comm, will to the students of auulnl iligh, llw hnuwlullge of the man our school and city was named after. 1, Curol Carpenter, will ro some uruivre xlusslllall, the ubillty to sneak in the lunch- luie wuheui getting caught. I, Clarissa Chauby, will my seat in first llurlml speech class ro any unlucky person whu attempts iz. 1, in ,inn Clarke, will to my sister, Bar- lmru, my blank notes with my motlier's siguuzuru on mln-in fur emergency use uuly. I, Joyce Cluylon, will Miss Simonic, the ability to run hcl own errands. I, Mary Clenlunls, will my dirty saddles to ll poor junior with Clean ones. l, Serene Culwu, will my sister Margo lu uusy time or gi-uiiuuiing. I, .lune Colledge, will to my sophomore iriunlis, in my Natural Resources class my good grade. And to Judy Waschuro my daily lure nrulilems, l, Bob Collri, will my scat in home roam to my sister. Gcrry. I, Cheri Conrad, will to Myra Larkin and Judi Sims all the leftover paper and pencils in my locker: so they will have a huns sm-r on writing their eight-page letters next year. I, Harvey Canlanza, will to some lucky underclassman, one cushion for the chair in Mr. Baulner's office. I, Barbara Corallr0, will the future senior! the run of :hu school and :he privilege to stay here for one more year. 1, Eileen Courtot, will my ability to push hooks out of peoples hands to another "Imp" fLoretta Divitol. I, Joycc Cavill, will ls free season pass to the noun movies for some penny-less underclassmerl. l, uni-u cny, will lu my brother, Rich, my ability to cut study halls and not get caught. I, Pal llonlcy, hereby will my parking space to my little luiny cousin, Dave Galloway. 1, arurn Cranc, will have to be dragged out of bell for commencement rehearsal on June 4, 1957. 1, Lynda Domilar, will xlr. Robuck n new memory with the new yeur, 1, Tom Daly, leuve to u cute little junior girl the good times 1 have had and u locker she will huve to use ny herself next year. lUncle Sam, hare I cnme.j 1, Ruherl Dun-ning, leuve l-lurulll Hill the right to -:lub any erummy junior whu liuu's the senior at lunch. 1, lllury nresrhrr, will my white til llucks to ony junior, so lf the shoe fits put il on your head and wear ii, 1, Jim nruhnirh, lenve, period, I, Carol D'Amica, hereby will my locker to Virginia aulnli. 1, Jules our-ul, hereby will to the under- clnssnlen nll my ability and atlnptness to get into tl'olll.lle will! the atlrrlirliitrntive faculty. I, Nancy Eckerman, :lo hereby leave, to sume lucky sophomore, my ability to have two lunch periods n ilnyg to sume unlucky sophomore, swim ululi unrl to the junior ei.-ls, hive fun getting dates for the Senior Pram, I, Tum Eddy, leave the "Good Morning" opening in the morning to any insomniac who Wants it. I, Carol Eisknncn, will my "exit passes" to snme lucky suuliumure. I, Jerry Eisin, will llly half of our locker to Tom Bingham, uml my car nml parking space to my sister and ller mob. I, Fred Elirkcr, leave my Isolation Booth in 305 to uny unfurlunune suphumure. I, Richard Elrick, will to one Jackie Slahe as many train tickets to Miami U. us she can use, I, Lynn Enter, leave my locker on the zlril floor to sume unfortunate sophomore. Moy you always he ns til-ed when you get lllcre at 8:00 ns I was. 1, Bruce arirhsun, will the model A tu my two sisters. I, Marilyn Erzen, will one old can of sour Redi-Whip and n 56 spool of green lhreeui tu :he poor unfnrlunnre lrlume anu- nomics teachers. I, Ron Fasimpnur, will my senior happi- ness nnrl luck 1 enjoyed when I entered E.I'I.S. in my senior year to any senior entering this gi-rut school in his or her senior year, also good luck to him. l, Frank Feiluriru, will Junior Ken hluiuen my ping-pong paddle willi the nume saohl engraved in gold letters. I, Eric Fenster, do bequeath to Mr. Whiteside one scholarship to the Electoral cullegr. 1, uulures riurelli. will Dave all my ulnss unll the fun I have had st Euclid these pus: three years. Good luck, Dnve. I, Ann Flackc, will to sullle lucky bands- men the job of learning tile names and faces of each hand member so they can take attendance every 11. 1, aulr ruslrr, will junior fI.ee Fuelerl all the fun of u senior yelll' and of rl Black. bul'n English class. I, Paul Frnnkoviich, will my front row seat in sf trig. to sume other lazy senior, 1, .luiiy French, will my brother, Tom, ns much iun ns I had in my last year at Euclid. 1, Eugene ruller, will nuve Fuller hsppi. ness and success in his lost nnu best year und mnylie have ilr. Pillot fur trig. I, Laurie Gallop, leave all of my swok- ing, drinking lcokej and taffy-pulling to Nancy Carney, nnd a pair of exhausted eyehulls to mr. Judge. 1, lililre Gargelic, will leave. 1, Curul Gauch, will all the fun, hard work, and joys and tears that come with the best and last year of school to my brother. I, Carol Gnushi. Will my old rnoldy gym locker to some lucky sophomore. I, .luck Gleason, leave my parking place to some lucky sophomore. I, 'l'im Gniduvuk, u'ill all the used tennis balls to next yeur's lenm. I, Jim Gobelheckcr. leave my seat in choir tu Willie Custard. 1, Guil Gordon, leave Jen Thomas the office of vice president of Future Nurses Club. I, Jim Gortl, will third base coaches box to al younger Gortz next yel-lr-. I, Barbara Gregory, leave all my good times and yankee friends to my sister, Pat. 1, Dun Gnnhulr, leave my membership in N.I'-I.S. to Dory and the seats in the front of the auditorium to the new seniors. I, Elaine Gorilz, will all tlle fun I have had here the last three yeals to all thc coming euuhumui-rs, 'fruhe mlvuninge of ic." 1, Susan Gruhurn, will my uliilizy to get through the hells without u hull pass to any future senior who can get away with iz. I, Toni' Grcgorc. will my broken gavel to Arne ond Ruimurus camera to ouve, lruih with the best wishes. I, Jerry Geirke, will to Carolyn Mac- Dougal, n little sunheniure unuerrlussmun, my cap und tossle in hopes that she will graduate in two yelll-s. 1, Ray Hndden, lvuve my uriml sergennvs post and my Loyal Order of the Moose insignia to sume unfortunate unil unexe periencerl underclzlssmun. I, Roy Hadden, will to Mr. Smith next ye:1r's no-op class and all the troubles that go with them. I, Larry Haddock, leave Jerry Korosec u aug tng with his nnme, mlelress, una telephone number, for he has such u good memory. I, Nululie Haldcrnllln, will to Nancy Carney, Curol Dennis nnel Jun oulun many broken oboe reeds mul shutter-eu nerves, to Mr, Harper n music library that will some- ilsy be in urlier, we, Duunn Hall, rum aerun. Faye Pappas, and Garnette Kauffman. will our combined chemistry grade averages along with lllr. Judge to u felluw chemistry lover needing ri --D" to ness. I, .Io llallnek, will to my brother Dick, my hut-i-url pink liuril which will now he all white. 1, 'rum Halloran will to Betty Alex, unil uny other umierrlussniun with n strong constitution, all the enjoyable tinles and wonderful memories I have had nt Euclid. We, Diane Hamilton, Jody Baker, and Carolyn James, do will our beloved battered locker Nu. 1125 to any junior girls whu have lung enough finger-uuils to peel uff the Elvis pictures on the dunr. I, Barbara Hanslik, will Mrs. Wise my 7' clinic duty and lllr. llluoinley u healthy life. I, Carol Harris, hereby will all of my office in-ueliee ninhe-ups to sume very un- lucky junior. 1, Ruliurln Harris, will to Bonnie Sumner u certain boy in n green Chevy. 1, Virginia 1-lelsruu, will my own edition of n dictionary to Mr. Robuck. 1, Judy Henry, will to Barb llleier three extra credits for her graduation next year, we hope! 1, lllurciu Hill. will my Freddie and Floyd jokes to llir. Lewis' new uprand- coming humeruuni. 1, Dave Hillier. will my sen: in Dems to any lucky junior whu is fuse enough to grab ir, and my personal bowling puck to .loc Parziale, we, Nancy Hnffcrt, Dale Seaman, Jim Gurll. and Marilyn Laurich will to next year's seniors the uliiliry to get on iF Blauch's nerves as well as we did, I, .lim Hoffert, will all my birthdays to any junior whu wants them, 1, rum Holtz, will to Dum Allrerfune my swent shirt unil to Jim Pegurru my Bermudas so I will not be known as a "welcher." 1, rrunh nurlun. leave to my brother, Bill, the ability to get out of school on exit passes. Right, Mr, Graham? 1, Don Howard, will my sensativeness and my pipe to next year's Nobles HI-Y president. 1, Nancy Huylvur, will to my sister, Diane, the memories of three wonderful high school years, and my seat in home, l'00lll. I, Mary Ann Hummun will to anyone who has the nerve tu drive or ride in Myra Larkin's car the best of luck. 1, Georgia Hunt, leave to rBubbles" my ability in gym nnd all my rights una privileges as u senior. 1, ,rrlunu iluusure, huruliy will to my sister, Alice, the use of the pool in my absence, and to Tish Binder a peek at Muscles every su often. 1, Thom lusue, leave my shoes for sunie junior us capable us 1, liur who will nuke rnure uiivunoige of the opportunities afforded me. 1, lllurgie Jacksn, will to Jenny che luua- est table in the cafeteria, I, Warren James. will ull my seniority to Rich Klishak. I, Jaycc Jarr, leave seventh period trig. elnss to uny junior girl who wants all the work and riots I've had. Good luck! I, Bill Jclinek. leave to u certain sopho- more girl the agony of two more years at Euclid. I, Sue Jcrahck, will my do-it-yourself bomb kit to any lllzy junior. 1, Chuck .lr-rir, will my sent ut Panther Diner, fourth period, to John Kovsch. Ir Doug Johnson, will to George Wiley a copy of my story, to Roy Harper a machine that turns ll slide projector when- ever u bell goes bing and to lllatt Kodnik the Wlllly Boch Medal of Honor. 1, Norm Johnson, will to two certain juniors, by nonle of Karen and Fred all my mnlre-un nnrl money for gus next year. I, Hub Kaib, will my Cavaliers to Roger. 1, Norman Knlberer, being of nn un- sound frame of mind lczlve the many cut slips I hllve received in the last three years to some lucky lil unzlerclassnlan, I, Donna Kilmm, will to Joanne Znidursic and Carol Welcheck the peace next year of not having to henr about Don every morning. I, Barhar Kutosic, will the third page to Judy Zovinik and my suntan lwhat's left of in to Jan Lausin. I, Pat Kessler, will to Marie Facceri all the fun I had ut Euclid and the cover on the bookkeeping book, 1, Chuck Klima, leave my desk in ruum 114 to my sister und I leave this school one less pain in the neck. 1, Jeanette Klopovir, will unii leave to the seniors who are lucky enough to have art class, all the demerits from Demerit Vollnlun, and tlle job of cleaning the paint cart. I, Shari Knowles, will my five-minute lunch period to next yeer's co-ops. 1, Bob Knuth, will my 51,300 wurch of nluniinum handles to John Rogosh, plus aklinee guard, 1, Jim linulh, will my jokes to some lucky guy. I, Ted Kaester, will to Nance Foy all the fun 1 liml in my iuuiur nnrl senior years- if she behaves! 1, Al Kunrii-er, will to every under- graduate all the joy and full of high school and also Mr. Jollnson's English classes. I, Barbara Karencic, will to Marilyn, amy, Juunur, nmi Sally my community luulrer, numlier 11:79. 1, Sally Kurenuir, will my mixed-up coun- cil minutes to Miss Dotty Lee, I, Roger Korrlhluni, will to Bill Aspinwall sixteen ei-edits to graduate with. I, Elaine Knvacll, will my seats in classes and all my teachers to my sister when she comes to Euclid in four years. I, Jan Kazak, will to the school mY brother, Bob, in hopes he will enjoy Euclid as much as I did, and to three future sophomore girls nur Cerner in girl's room, I, Brucc Kozlowski, will Ron Sopzlla my suspenueil parking spnee in the school lun. 1, Joyce lcrun, will my parking space at Euclid Avenue Drive-In to Illiss Simonic. 1, Carol Kruuru, leave my seat in Mr. Harper's physics class and Mr. Pillot's trig. class to any junior girl who is Willing to work. I also leave all of the good times in nur senior year to the juniors. I, Ron Krauss, will to all the rest of those fly-by-nites in this school my ability not to ge: along with chu teachers and deans. 1, Ellen Krelni, will my wuhbily old chair in psychology class to my brother, Clifton. I, Carolyn Krccic, will to Mr. Rohuck the hope of getting a more efficient secretary. I, Lune Krejri, will the memory and reputation of my purple rod tn be carried on by some deserving junior. Mnyl7,I957 THE SURVEY P8203 l, nah ltriyer, do hereby bequeath my chemistry laelrer free of charge to any poor, unsuspecting aralsrrlsaamari who can clean ir. l, Keri lcralirie, hat being of sound rairai and body free Jeanine Smith of the harris that bind her to roam the halls in grief, I, caral Kubilus, will my ai-fa reserved seat in datsruiah hull three days sat of every week. l, Barbara Lara, will Dave my chair on the executive bourrl, sail any left-over light bulbs for resale hart yeur. 1, Patty Laarirh, will my sister Eileen ssouoo to use on nothing else but library firiss which she will rleflriliely ran up dur- ing her senior year. we, sua Lahihgar, Lee Krziwihshi, Barb Larar, and me Naaah will ear athletic ability to our reach and trainer, iiliss Audrey sirriahie. l, Lenorc Luvl-tovitz, leave Nancy Carney my car to teuch an underclassman llulv to drive, and Debbie Atran the only kin. of driver's license she can use-a back seat one! We. Leiiare Lei-lrriyina, .laslria naiia, Gt-argia naar, Judy lllagaleiiga, Shirley Siebcr, aria Hara., .ihaari will a certain tape recording that sports lririiari fights, rllseases, und a spacemans fashion show tu lllr. Judge for his future eherriislry classes. I, Barbara Leybeck, will to nobody noth- ing. I'm taking it all wtih me. I, Barbara Lloyd, leave next year's majorettes a box of Sadness Pills to keep from laughing at Mitch when he does dance kicks. We, Judy lilagnlenga and Sally Koreneae, will the best of luck to the two new head majorettes, Irene Wolff and Kathy Haas. l, lllariiie Learner, will to my adopted sister, ailseri Lsarieh, my ragged old green gym suit tu wear next year. 1, aarliara Lasrrih, hill slr. Amster my younger brother- wha will be a sophomore hear year. Good lash, lieiil 1, Nariry ilahgiis, will all my detentions to be completed by my sophomore brother. l, uany nareaa, will ra the juniors rhe ability to ever-.paiyer the arirlerslassraeii when they become Senior A's. l, Mark Marian, hereby will to "Bosco" Paz my seat at snuhl because he is the new up-ahrloamihg shag champ. l, Walter lllarshall, will to Bill Delly my large appetite. I, Bob Martin, in my last will and testa- ment bequeath my "report rafner announce- ments" slip no some unfortunate junior. 1, Psi lllassey, will to Vucc s aeaaztial seererary hear yesr, if there are any left. l, .Iolln nay, will Mr. Bailey one bear-up record player aria spot light. 1, David .l. lurcarlliy, will to same lucky underclussman my mas rrrariafer in raaai ala. l, .irlyrie McCormack, will my sig shew hamhei- to Karen nleeaelr will. lots of laelr. l, Garariii McCracken, will to Mr. Buergei-'s for-tunate trig. students my colored pencils, Dierrgea slide rule, ara- trnctors, trig. notebook and N0-Dole tablets, we, Jeannette McDonald sail natty Marcus will to Nancy Holmes all the fun we had iii the bookstore ninth period. ras. -sat elase the aaarlp l, Ginni lllrnawell, will my ability to get all the inside information to my ahrlsr- classmen friends, I, Kathleen IlIcDermntt, will to Eck a homeroom as good as ours was. I, Lou McGowan, will Mr. Smith and my raur as-ap classes to Shirley Altkneclit and other future ea-rips. We, Diane McHenry and Kay Moser will the rush from 12:00-1:00 o'l:lock to the future Casas. 1, Rose Ann lllihlayz, will my undesirable nicknames to the girls' lock room. I, James llliller, will my seat at Dem- shar's sixth period. 1, lllcl hliller, will to Sandy, my sopho- more sister, a good-looking senior called Larry. I, Wayne Milligan, will my dirty sweat socks to some lucky underclassman. I, Beverly Mills, will to an unlucky junior all the frustrations l received iri psychology class with Mr. ltIcColeman. I, Virginia Mirendu, will a certain junior boy to walk the halls alone. I, Ken Modic, hereby will Pat Flaes- garten's locker to Wally Gueskie. I, Barbara Mohler, will my seat in choir for the past three years to some lucky senior girl, and l hope she meets a wonder- ful senior choir member, too. We, Peg Itluracn and Elaine Mylar, will leave together as usual. We, Russ Moses and Linda Lampe, will our sent on the band bus to any couple who can bc as fortunate as we were. I, Tom Murphy, will to Edward Stoch a new pipe for his next year's home and family classes. I, Lounce Myers, will my gas pipe to Ed Stash since I have no use for it anymore. l, Louis Nagy, being of nat so sound mind will and bequeath tu the undercluss- meh nothing. 1, Nancy Neale, will my cousin, Linda Wellington, to Sue Cameron sa she can pester Linda as I pester her. I, Connie Neat, will to Mr. Pillot, another blushing ross in another super-duper trig. class next year. I, Jeanette Neuatedt, will Marilyn my seat in shorthand class for the next two years. l, nay New-eaiiih, will to Bob l-leerhig my laelrei- sa he can get out of this school. l, Lynn Neylon, hereby will my brother, Chris, all the rriemei-ies arid friendships l'-fe far-merl this year backstage ih hopes that he'll take up where l left eff. 1, Pat Nipple, will all the fun aria head- aches of being cheerleading captain re next year's captain and to Mr, Pillot a box of rsincosts. I, Beverly Nixon, will to my sister my overstuffed locker to be used by four more next year, and my empty stool. I, .ludy Nobhe, will all my crazy mixed- up G.A.A. secretary points to Joanne Buchar. I, Larry Nosse, leave Tom French my bi-am, brawri and troubles. I, Barbara Novak, leave my place in line to any girl who buys food for her lazy friends during fifth period. 1, Marilyn Pslumho, will to the sopho- mores the aaility to grow up anal to respect the seniors. I, Barbara Papp, will to Carolyn Massle one slightly used tarrly admit for io- ture USE. I, aan Patterson, leave this school one slightly used homeroom teacher, complete with a toni-tom and tomahawk. I, Dan Pasquale, do hereby will my Industrial Science notebook to "General Bullmoosef' I, Jim Pegoraro, will Jim Yanchar a new set of elbows, and Mr. Pillot a new raincoat. I, Rick Petlinkar, will to some struggling underclassmen all the troubles and joys of my senior year. l, nlilre Petrick, hereby leave my beverage truck to Steve Wahl. I, Fred Peters, will my heart to Nancy. I, Nancy Petrich, will to Tom Potoear my ability to "get around." I, Bca Pickett, will my office of P.A. recording secretary to heat year's officers. I, Kathie Pierret, will to Fred Peterson all the problems I had with the juniors. 1, Elaine Pamirhhy, will my clogs to Dottie Llraistram and lllrs. Lilli-sh far future use. 1, Richard Price, will my football uni- farai ai a future football player. l, Maxine Priest, will all midnight re- hearsals and falling sig shew rainbows to an aspiring unsuspecting young sophomore. l, Carol narler, will Pat, Bonnie, and Robbie the best of lash heat year, aria to Mr. amsrer, peace and quiet. 1, Robert naridall, will the Eaeiiya to some budding literary critic snrl leave my- self, without sorrow. I, nrririia Rash, will to same unsuspect- ing junior a seat iii Mr. alarlrharifs senior English elasa where everything ear. be learned from Shakespeare to the latest iokcs of the day. l, Carole Reber, wish to leave my ry-ara typing eraser to one much in heed. aar- barn Koester. 1, Joanne aayer. leave all the senior ex- penses ea a poor junior. 1, Jackie near-srri, treasurer of home- raarri 212F, being of sound iriirirl, do sadly leave two cents in the empty can to the future treasurer of zur. Lewis' homeroom, I, Linda Ress, will my 'cackle" to my sister, Karen, who will carry on for the next three years, I, Paul Richards, will my poor old rugged swim suit to some poor undeserving "soph." I, John Ridinger, will the cafeteria 38.00 worth of new dishes. I, Lois Riehl, will to Mr. Vollman a cute chick. I, Diane Rochkar, will leave Euclid High knowing that if there had been another six weeks and more after-school activities, I wouldn't have lasted. we, Guila Rose aria June Phelps. will to any deserving juniors our spectacular my paras in seriiar assemblies. l, Barbara aaslrsah, will Eileen ceartet, s "kit-kat," the right to sit in "Den-l's" with the User-eller" withaat Lehi and me. l, Betty nalh, will oi Marlene Bririevee my old orange crate berlstand with all the old stale crackers on it, I, Gary Row, leave Mr. Bailey a few more grey hairs and Mr. N. Thompson a few less hairs. l, Willa Ryder, will next year's choir sec- retary the headaches of taking attendance. l, Pal Samida, will Mr. Bailey another set of hands so that he can get "things" done faster. I, Marilyn Samsa, leave all my unused aleeriea to some sickly sophomore, to my favorite sapharhare one slightly used year- boolcg to Ron Watson one half of a chuckle. I, Donna Sanders, aa hereby leave my hair rinse to Mr, McGinley, so I may always remember the way he used to be. I, Sandy Santee, do hereby will my place in Girls Leaders to Jan Turk and I hope she and Marlene have as much fun as I did. I, Mark Sayat, leave to Harriet Schultz my class ring for another year. I, Evie Schonhiutt, leave the crowded halls, good friends, and my empty locker for the undergraduates and my sister, Millie. I, Betty Schreiner, will a bottle of aspirins and Mr. Johns to the next senior class poet. I, Linda Schroek, will my versatile alto voice to one Sue Galaba so she may carry on the traditional singing in the rowdy cheerleading station wagon. I, Gail Schwarts, will to a sophomore my seat in Mr. McGinley's homeroom. I, Dole Seaman, will the smallest foot- ball helmet and spikes to next year's foot- ball team. I, Donna Seaman, will to Ron Supata my aeifeer attendance record. I, Louis Shuber, will a roll of tape to any underclassmsn who has the misfortune of arealririg his glasses. I, Pat Shuster, leave my torn gym blouse, the "comfort station" and my happy memo- ries to Naughti Audri. l, Shirley sielier, will my spot as senior solo to some unfortunate underclassman, namely Bob Goble. I, Dee Stelluti, will my geometry book to JoAnn Euchar, and my share of locker 1075 to Pat, JoAnn, and Nancy. l, Charles sterigsr, will to the movie club one penny Rudy, a banana Gary, and the Hun. l, Larry Stenger, r-.ill my half used bottle of henna rinse to Bob Qaesri. I, Elaine Stermule, leave my collection of jokes to Mr. Pillot who really needs them. I, Barbara Stinson, will my innocent looks to any girl who needs them. I, Paul Strohm, hereby leave my long, wavy luxurious head of hair to anyone who needs it. I, Jean Stuehringer, will the chocolate covered cherry candy bars to Mr. Brewster, if and when they arirve. I, Roger Sullivan, leave to Jerry Kuchta an easy schedule for next year so he can graduate. I, Judy Swaney, will my fraction of the crowded 4" lunch table to any famished girl. I, .lo Ann Tabor, will my left-over talcum powder and stick deodorant to the under- classmen in the 8' gym class, I, Vivian Skerly, will to all the sopho- more girls the fun of undressing for gym class everyday. Remembar, bring the psrfarael I, Ted Slapnieke, leave my "blk" to Bill Telk. I, .Iohn Smeby, graduating June 4, leave Mr. Rawlinson toothless. I, Bev Smith, will to this school, which has given me my fondest memories, every- thing wonderful that has happened to me for the underclassmen to enjoy. I, Dennis Smith, hereby will my laugh to some unsuspecting junior girl, namely Judy Sims. I, Put Smith, leave Dennie Donahue to break all the windows on the track team'a bus. I, Lori Soderberg, will to Myra Larkin my shadow and to Sue and .Io all the head- aches and joys of Homecoming. I, Dorothy Soeder, will the band some slightly used "good luck" in getting their new uniforms. I, Martha Solon, will my physics book to some unsuspecting junior. I, Art Spring, leave next year's printing classes to clean up the job cases. I, Pat Stadler, will a certain girl, Margerite D., the pleasure of walking home alone with all the honking horns. I, Loretta Stankiewicz, will to my very little sister lclass of Sllj my dilapidated gym shoes, with the hope that she has as great a time as I had. I, Robert Stegura, leave to my "little" brother, Roy, my old, unjust cut slips. I, Chuck Tahon, leave my spot on the corner to be divided among the Sons of Italy, and my answer book to Tony Perotti. I, Dari Tapaasi, will to the underclass- men "D" girls the right to eat in the cafe- teria in 1958. I, Bill Tegal, hereby will my ability to pitch one no-hit game to any up-arid-earning pitcher next year and the years that follow. I, Rena Tcmplin, will the Survey's first page to Marilyn Martin and I hope she has as much fun as I have had. I, Jon Thomas, leave skinny Yanchar my rebounding ability. I, James Thomas, leave Bob Shaw my old gym shorts. I, Ronnie Timm, will all the "Slovenian" printers to Mr. Galicki. I, Judy Town, will my horticulture hook to a nature lover. I, Joan Ulmann, will my first period seat in physics to some senior girl. I, Nick Vaccariello, will my caption in the yearbook to the Euclidisn staff. Thank you. I, Dick Vah, hereby will Gary Pringle a place on the football squad and a seat next to "Bosco" at SEOM. I, Arlene Valduga, will to all my sopho- more friends, my sister-who they can tease next year. I, Al Valenti, will to all the underclass- men all the joy and happiness that can possibly ring through the halls of Euclid, especially to my junior sister, Rose, who may be here for a few more years. I, Gail Waldman, leave to Karen McFeek a senior year with as many friends as mine contrived. To Malinda Shirk and N.F.L.- success in all speaking endeavors. I, Hill Walters ,will my golden voice to some worthy, deserving sophomore choir member like Bill Gorse. I, Jerry Watkins, leave to Wally Metchel the good times I had in 9' science. I, Jim Wawryzniak, will my tiny park- ing space to some lucky student with a Volkswagen. I, Dick Werley, will to my sister, Carol -a hope that she will have as much lun at E.H.S. as I did. I, Jill Whialer, will my doctor's excuse from gym to some lucky junior. l, Tom Wight, will ra my brother my smelly but sentimental football locker, all incidentals are included. I, Pat Williams, will next year's adver- tising manager of the Euclidian, all the good times I had and many rnore, I, Carol 3Volf, will to another "driver" in Mr. Boerger's driving class, one beer truck to come very close to. I, Frances Wolf, will to the lucky 4' clinic secretary, the job of cleaning the mess from Home Nursing Club. 1, sae Wolanski, will to ariyarie wha wants it, the ability to sneak in two minutes late to gym class every day without being caught. Geal-l luekl I, Mary Ann Wotawa, leave the '7' obstacle course in gym to Sue Boyd and Gary Canfield. I, Millie Yager, will to Cathie Daugherty, the ability to be a big, had senior. I, Patricia Yockey, will Doris Westbrook my beautiful gym socks. I, William P. Zhaler, Jr., will to Karen McPeek, next year's "Big Show." I, Mary Zanghi, will to Janice Lausin one Paul S. and my place in the cafeteria. I, John Zanyk, will my seat next to Anna Crone on the band bus to remain vacant, I hope. I, Pat Zeigler, will Axalotl and Potrzebie to some of next year's "mad" seniors.


Suggestions in the Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) collection:

Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.