Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

 - Class of 1958

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Pillot Don Clink Bonnie Brooks Bonnie Tolar Jeanine Smith EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Script Editor Assistant Script Editor Picture Editor Assistant Picture Editor Assistant Picture Editor Mounting Editor Assistant Mounting Editor Art Editor Staff Editor Editorial Staff Sponsor BUSINESS STAFF 5222523 EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCI-lo0L Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Ada Tarantino T Circulation Manager 1 2 2 2 Melvin Keyes Assistant Circulation Manager Karen Kish Secretary , , Diane Thronberens Treasurer E u C I 0 h Andrea Zayatz Artist , Clayton George Business Staff Sponsor +4 - . luis. ..-iI:fi- 4..1.'7Q, 43" , gr 5 4 'I Y 1 ' ' " . " X. - 5 - ' Q g P K 'mn Q' . . .. u 1-Q""' gg., -i 'Q 4, 9, 3 S 5 E 5 - 4. Q i . W H v Xl 'A -X ' , x - WN, V' ' .- ' .4' I' li '- K Th- .3 ' . ZS 'I ' -f . f M 'f fi-A . l E, A " 1 Lv - . -- ' YN ii if - 5. Q W . 'if : A -I V . 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A , - ' H .1 ,UW f....M,- A- nu-- --,-.fv tm-.wwf'gggf3,,'.,f,q -51 W at-' .s , , f k 'e 1- -f -1' ,- 1. .. gf ' '- '- ......... ., , , . ,, ,,,, . - ..,.,...,..,..M.,, ,N ,N 1 , . 1 1 I , I . W..,-.....,.....,,,,,,Mw,W N 1 ' - - f W , x ' .v - ' 1 f...-sg., ,. w V K - , -msg-' 5,341 ' fi ...., LYFWM.-bmw' ' - ...H 4 V 'f?iff"'Wrf1w46-ifcS Kr w,W,m,g,,a , 1 , 1 z 'v-,fs N Q, 4 r- af. .,....,:.-gh in , , .f , .. 4 .X DEDICATIO Within us all burns the flame of life, kindled by our Creator as we began our existence on earth. This tiny. glowing spark was given to us with the faith that we would assume the responsibility of feeding it. nourishing the flame from within, enabling it to radiate a warmer glow to our companions. In turn, this progress is not limited to our physical structures, but entails the development of our minds and souls. Though we were all fashioned by His hands, each of us is a unique creation. endowed with the blessing of individuality. Following this pattern, our development varies as we pass through the many phases of our lives. Our parents and friends, our environment, our religious beliefs, our ideals: all these encourage the Hame to burn with more intensity and independence-without them it would Hicker and eventually die. Believing it to be the key that opens the door to countless opportunities in life. we, the yearbook staff, dedicate the 1958 Euclidian to the growth and development of the individual. the backbone of the modern world. 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 bee 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, U a lv l 2 E l lt l 5 L v Y :fx " ' lf There all Euclid's sons and daughters Sing the joys of student days. If after days be dark and drear And storms of life draw nigh, The memories of our friendships here Will life our hearts to Euclid High. fix F9 ,,., SERVING wt warm fm. ,, ,. AT fffffifl ja? 5 2 . 5 ..7'?f?i e sl' ,, -,h 4 i , .1 EUCilU""'lWlLE HOSPlllll QQQQQQEQ In every structure there is a cornerstone, the block upon which the entire construction is dependent. Occupying this significant position in our city is Euclid Glenville Hospital. Here is an establishment representative of the humane way of life which is backed by countless citizens. These adults of our community are constantly striving to improve our hospital, but along with them are many teens, conscious of their responsibilities, who volunteer their time and services. These volunteers dedicate a small but important part of their lives assisting nurses and taking their cheer and youthful exuberance into the patients' rooms. In earlier years it was not unusual to find these same volunteers gritting their teeth while one of the doctors took a few stitches in a battered forehead or wrapped a plaster-cast around a broken arm. All through the maturing years, Euclid Glenville has stood at attention ready to mend broken bodies or serve as a symbol of true service and unselfish sacrince, aaa-:aQ..fiN , A ,r '-9 l at W A? v -,N . . -- v ' 1 1X"'lq1-J 1 K R 4 5 1 4 I l I l Pl-is-fwiv ln From hands filled with the tenderness of parental care into the guiding charge of dedicated teachers, the young child takes his first steps on the long road of development and education. Wide-eyed and innocent, he soon understands that all classmates are his friends and each is sharing in this unique adventure. He acquires vast experiences and associations with the help of teachers or qualified senior high students, who are gaining a background in teaching. Through their efforts he gradually discovers his ability to reason. Even with this new-found power he is unaware of the vast program which has been carefully planned to build a sound foundation for the years ahead, a program which will pour knowledge into this young bud until it blossoms forth as a flower of maturity. 7 I J 'I' l -9.5.11 it F-5" '35 It 1 4 xg XQQ -xii 15' - -L'. An idol in any small boy's eyes is the blue uniformed policeman. Until he has matured, this boy probably will never realize the inlluence this police force has upon his life. Upon the shoulders of these men rest not only the responsibility to protect but also the responsibility to insure peace of mind within the community. As the young child becomes acquainted with this protecting part of our community, he begins to realize the necessity for self-acquired standards which will help him in his decisions between right and wrong. With these decisions made, he discovers that the laws he once thought were to punish were made only to protect. In his matured eyes he sees the police as a means to keep security in his home and peace in his community. ....-..,..... ..-W H- ...A-. . . This fire station, like all others in the world, holds fascination and delight for everyone, especially young children. Hardly a day goes by without a group of bubbling, energetic youngsters, homeward bound from school, stopping to gaze in awe at the bright, shiny, red- faced fire engine. The young boy visualizes himself as a tire chief and thinks only ofthe thrill of riding the speeding truck with its shrieking siren. The danger our firemen face and the inconveniences they bear never enters his mind. His dreams slowly fade as he approaches maturity, for he begins to appreciate fully the responsibility these men willingly accept-the responsibility of saving homes and people, and keeping the dreams of little boys alive. 1' s I ' '-.4 , A' - . -N i ' ., l' - ful z,.z..,,, A i K M- -M A e ' " Mk' ' 'X , 'QQ ' iyffii Ti Af' ' , any ,Q ' ' ' w l ati., i .saw -1 st- X., -' N X ' Y ,.,, q:.:.XXX Y is Xu v..x:p.fs-X W -- P s flffzw-si 1'-11 t .. -X - Q WMMW-1 fl T ' x . wr keiiil f -J ,TQM A' W Xy rff "'?gw- . ' X -f AFM NN,-1,.p T N wi , X ,gY',5tgg:-3, .Xvfi XX gb :H 3 -Aw .Ra Eggs jc XX . t. . 5 ery vi, I 3 4 ' t . t W if--2 H t :fuss ,ss-X-vss:we--,,f'-1G1s.:-.s.,ss-,a..:a:f:.sX . f .""z ' -:'zss.x1 .s .X -f.l:Xx'? :v.Q 1.',,twXs.3a':ix,:w ' -- """ L " , QQ U ' . .-,iqotieu .FQXM-L .... ,Y . , 1, ' j.XXs:f55., ii-XQQA N 's ws. ' ' - fi . " MRK5' S' iiiitbffzfxri x it SX ii vi iessgizreifi .1 ' ' I " ' " ' -'fy' N ', .Q , 2 X, QT 'X 'sfli 's+NsQ'X-'T?'fS3ff'----1:-st'T" , ' . .. A ' . 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The value of this trust becomes more noticeable to him each day of life, for it provides that essential assurance of peace of mind and soul, nowhere to be found upon this earth. ,s..c,..m" .W . .- 9 ln this high-strung society of ours, life often becomes so complex that treasured moments of peace and seclusion come only when we force ourselves to pause: to stop and breathe the magnificence of Nature and her Creator. Once an individual can marvel at the wonderment of Nature and exclude the tensions of today. he has overcome a looming barrier in his path of progress. He will then be able to appreciate and discover the restfulness found in solitude with the untouched earth, bursting forth with its natural enchantment and simplicity. This drink of serenity and tranquillity can urge him to continue, to conquer what seemed the impossible. UF of beauty and enjoyment for all from 5 to 65 The pool sltuated among shady trees and an inviting picnic area was limshed in 1954 ma1nly for the benefit of Euclid s hundreds of children Healthy recreation fun and relaxation can all be found at this refreshlng pool glimmering in the sunltght Durin the mormng hours individuals can combme education with recreatlon when they take swimmlng lessons taught by high school volunteers The child s growth in the summer as well as during the rematnder ofthe year can be attributed to his parents teachers and these community leaders who have the never The small pond right in back of Memorial Pool is always surrounded by two synonymous itemsechildren and laughter. Any kind of boat from a piece of bark to a gasoline-powered, sleek-hulled motor boat can be found skimming the top of the shallow pond. The most enjoyable moments, though, occur when there is a nip in the air and Ll hard, thick sheet of ice is waiting to have its back scratched with any size skates from 3 to 13. The individual finds real enjoyment in these activities. since they show him a perfect outlet to release the stored-up energies which come with growing up. Q V x T Window shopping, an ever popular pastime of both boys and girls, fills the leisure hours of students as they dream of future years in high school and college. That white formal would be just perfect for the senior prom, and gee, look at that f'crazy" matching tie and cummerbund! The youth of today are filled with dreams for the future which will make our community truly great when they reach the age to fulfill these goals. Planning for tomorrow, the youth of today will continue to widen the path of progress in Euclid's business and industry. A brightly glowing core in the dense darkness, Lake Shore Boulevard,s business district dominates the night scene in Euclid. Many separate stores which line this boulevard have merged into one huge development with the single purpose of serving the citizens of our community. Youngsters dreaming of that special red bike and adults just doing the weekly shopping can all be found in this mixture of trades. To most people this everyday scene is taken for granted, but to be without it our community would be incomplete. The boulevard, the stores, and the lights are tangible structures proving man's great ability to create and to make his dreams become realities. c V , 4 - ..,. .-, -. 1 VA . . .. . - '- .,g,,, .et ., . , .... ' ,: .: - . V a - He' -. H ,-wg---- - .. ,A " .,......-3 'K -s U - , . , ,'.., . .., . T' . - - . 'v-P-s--'e"'-'W' ' V ,, - -1 ff" . . ,. . . . ' V ' g- . 1 1-.-.:-, - -- .4 r' 'ff' .17 .- ' .V 'f ' 1 , A "U " - f , " ' V .j'i.a-.'p5,j..'r":,,.T""'.,,-: T--v. .-, 5:ss.1.,., ' f'.z....'53E.g' , .... I .- .- " . .g - - -v g- V. ... ., . H Y 1 ,- :V-: -va.-:,.w :-. 1-,,-vw ' xx A :-'-2: ....-sr, ,.:.- . , .:,.a.s,-E.-1 .' - -:s:.":r- , - r There comes a time in the development of each person when he must abandon infant attitudes and begin to take upon a more mature way oflife. One day he leaves elementary school and enters junior high where he learns that it is essential to sur- render childishness, for here is a new world, one where the goal of adulthood is not far in the future. No longer will one special teacher be there to hold his hand, to rescue him when he gets into trouble. Self-reliance must be acquiredg responsibility must be studied, approved, and accepted. His conscience becomes a magnificent tool, for the moments will be frequent when he will rely upon its discreetness to lead the way. The individual is at this time in the midst of development, this is his opportunity to experience a bit of non-restricted activity. He is rapidly discovering that defeats are urges to try harder, and achievements are triumphs. With infancy behind, he is ready to pass through three more years of progress in his expanding background. , , rs" NNN w A journey into the unknown, where either success or failure may await, lies ahead of these individuals. With pride, anxiety, and rather frightened expectations, they are embarking on a new and challenging adventure, life at Euclid Senior High School. All through their earlier years they have been in contact with the varied public services of our community. Each of these has had its own specific duty to perform and has taken its place in the program of development for these students. Now, another milestone is slipping into position. Three years lie ahead, three years in which to mold their character to their own speciiications, to those of their God, and of their fellowman. During this span of time they will sight their goals and choose the most desirable path of attainment. Frequently, these young students will enjoy the splendor of success, and more than once they will reluctantly be forced to taste the bitterness of defeat. Innumerable situations will arise when they will have to stand witness of their beliefs, overcoming the temptations to surrender to conformity. But these are only scant examples of the experiences of these short years, during which these maturing minds will be driving incessantly, advancing even more toward individual perfection. They are now launched on the journey which will lead them into the many tributaries of life, They will be prepared for the future, they will be filled with activities for their leisure time, their cultural aspects in life will be developed, and they will learn to live in a school of many as one. 13 S 'w ' ,--..,+-,, ,J 4 4 L34 Q 'V' S 4 Ja, , ,- - M- -ff s-- F. ,Q Iinff 'X ' ,fmt ' A 3 fa'-q Af- .-A-J if A .' ' H ' 5 ,Q ' 1 I ,ua 'Q K Fl e - ' , ff' asf , 4 is x 'Z' in . LIZ... V , 5 J-fb mf 'f Q -I .0 Q- f- ' 5 , . 6 r K. ,, - - iv ix,,.J- si .5 +- - . -jej-J,-i-9 A 4 'T bg in -:rx 1 .ds-eg ,Q ,Q ...N -QQ- Q- N VA' 2 ' l 'x 1 ' l I ,i .fum V, X ,1,,. az s f1 jf ' 4 xx. r f c 1' Af +A V ' , HR X ' Y ' If K Vx N 1 XX , . I Pngbamtion or Lqfe. . From the heralding cry ofa new-born babe to words of thought and wisdom, the community offers its youth guidance and assistance for a fuller and more rewarding life. This new modern library serves as an example of how the community provides the individual with all things that prove beneficial to his development. The church and various fra- ternal orders, business establishments, civic projects and our educa- tional system provide each person with the fundamentals essential for his future life. vii, .1 43" ' ,,, J U-we at-as 'fi ,, . - af . .ws-m ' 1-...Q 'ilwrgpqi ' I Mgitll l -4-M - r L, .Q , , jeg' -4- "S"' 190' gt.- .. ..,.f Aw- at ,:-., , ,,.,, N.. -10-"0" Y..-. , uqv- W ' vi - 'fm 4 , , ' "' ' 'gl 4 L L - ,I Q ' I .+ - 1"9'F'!" ' 5 N ...L ' ' S- ' af ""' . 5- A-si' . . -Z nv V V -if 1. al If ' . Q. ,, . 1? Industrious students find the library the perfect spot for study. ...Bi. 4.3.-v Concentration and Construction . . Progress Striving to give the students the best facilities possible, the teachers, library staff, oflice Workers, and even construc- tion workers labored day and night for their young dependents, their students. Desiring the best possible equipment for the advancement of education, both men- tally and physically, these adults did all they could for others, for their city and country. Classrooms were furnished with maps and any other visual aids needed. The library and its more than l2,000 books, and efhcient, friendly, willing-to- help staff was a place for study or after school enjoyment. Separate class home- room teachers had regular meetings trying to increase the value of guidance sessions. Ideal conditions will be made more useful and productive for future students. With the future in mind, with the comfort ofthe teachers and students a guiding factor, the oflicials provided places for relaxation and wholesome social life. Informal class-level meetings clear up problems and improve curriculum. W sRf""'lj-- "cr" Construction progressed but many diiiculties prevented use of the ' J classrooms until fall. X X w -5 Q -,'3g-Q ,- ...' 5, xffffi - re W ' Tuvwf' A- . F32 "?i""!' f u J- Anything from cut slips to semester grades were brought to the main oflice by faculty members I ix ,Q ' 1 4' Q XQ l C x ' NX X E le r 5 A i H- 'H wg pg. ,..., -' A XJ. 'aww N 0 I s .Iran wi-'iw H EES- FACULTY Euclid High faculty members, influ- encing factors in the life of every student, constantly give of themselves and their time trying to lend a helping hand to any student in need. Since these adults are our guardians for numerous hours every-week, the student's future life and actions are influenced by the teacher and his convic- tions. Actions in thought, opinions, and character are developed and nurtured through the reasoning of a teacher. Not only do our teachers supply us with lunteer our education but they also vo their services at extra-curricular events as After-game sponsors or as chaperones. dances, dinners, proms, and committee meetings fall into their crowded schedule d after day. Although they find time to HY provide some of our 'social life, they have ' ' ble mo- not overlooked their own enjoya ments. Lunch periods, free periods, Christmas parties, picnics, and the daily conversation in the mail room is evidence of their leisure time and friendships. Laughs and lessons of studies and life are constantly being mixed in the proper proportions to truly prepare us for life, to prepare us for the best future a secondary school can develop. 19 r 5 Q 'fljffyfl AUEQQ igf, .xxx I 'WW 5 BOARD OF EDUCATION C. E. Bowman, Mrs. Grace Watkins, Russell Glass, Mrs. Mary King, Paul Reynolds. DR. WELLINGTON G. FORDYCE . 'X-f . Qi 1. Xgbxhffiiig- m ',f4-eff.. ll' The basic philosophy of the Euclid Schools has been to try to provide every boy and girl the opportunity to develop to the greatest possible extent his abilities, talents, and personality. Our community has generously sup- ported its public schools. This support implies the belief of American citizens in the end product of the schools-a citizen who has learned self-discipline, study, application, and responsibility. All of these things are not a result of classroom experience. A pupil's home, the influence of his church, and the local government as well as the schools play a part in it. The fourth R in American education is responsibility. This responsibility is to one's family, one's church, and to one's country-from the smallest segment in the local community to the national level. Your teachers, your parents, your church. and all Americans join in expressing their confidence in the young people who grad- uate from our schools. We know that they will meet this responsibility, that they will do it without compulsion and because it is essential to American growth and se- curity. We express our confidence in your ability to meet every new challenge. Our best wishes go with you. Sincerely yours, W. G. Fordyce Superintendent 0fSc1100ls wel The home, church and school have the privilege of, and responsibility for, pro- viding an environment in which each of you can develop your innate potentiality through first hand and vicarious experi- ence. The community transmits the cul- tural heritage to each succeeding genera- tion through the medium of experience. Your parents, religious leaders, and teachers have sought to inculculate in you the values, ideals, and principles needed for the fullest possible development of each individual living in a free demo- cratic world. As good American citizens, we hope you will cherish and seek to perpetuate the values of our Judaic-Christian tradi- tion and of our American democratic heritage. In cooperation with the home and church, the American public educa- tion system fosters those values. Lester E. Angene Assistant Superintendent .. ., 5 , 7T?'e Qi ,,.f--H fu cn, ,,.....4- Dr. Lester E. Angene You have just completed an important step in your growth as an individual. Robert Holloway As the years pass you will become in- creasingly aware ofthe great part teachers have played in your growth to maturity. Sometime in the future, as you leaf through this book of memories, why not take time to drop a note to some of those who have helped you set your course, so that they may share your joys and suc- cesses. Robert L. Holloway Director of Teaching Personnel 21 Graduation is always a pleasant time in lifeg school has been hlled with pleasant associations and friends. You have been fortunate because of the interest your family, church, school, and community have had in your development as a good citizen. Best wishes and good luck. Meryl R. Baumer Director of Research Meryl R. Baumer Q l l Rx,- CLIFFORD G. OWENS BRUCE GRAHAM li, . 9 It is no trite statement that the home, the church, and the school are the three institutions which contribute most to the growth of the individual. They are the ma- jor forces in his environment which influ- ences his living now and guide him in his future endeavors. As the years pass I am sure that you will realize more and more how fortunate you were to have lived in Euclid and to have graduated from Euclid Senior High School. This is a community where people care about their young folks. This is ex- empliiied in the many opportunities here for recreation, spiritual growth, and edu- cation. We, in the schools, believe that each student should have the opportunity to develop to the utmost his potentialities. Your high school is dedicated to the dem- ocractic principles of a free people who believe that education is for all and not for just the chosen few. Growth comes from within and the will to do is personal. The opportunities are without limit to those who prepare them- selves and never stop growing. This yearbook is well planned. It exhib- its hours of thoughtful enterprise. It is an excellent production. Congratulations to the faculty sponsor and the student staff. Best wishes to the class of 1958. Sincerely, Clifford G. Owens Principal Congratulations to the class of 1958. During your three years there has been much scientific and social development in this world. This book records your prog- ress and development. You should be proud of it. During your years at Euclid you have contributed to the academic achievement of the school. You have been a part of the athletic championships, and you have seen your musical organizations earn honors. Your community is vitally interested in you, and has contributed to your develop- ment. It expects much of you. Assume your civic responsibilities. You will not fail. Bruce Graham Assistant Principal fa, ,--- LN! -rr. if -gi, WILLIAM A. HUNTER The pleasure and joy you will experi- ence in the years to come will be enhanced with the memories of your school days at Euclid High. You have watched our new addition being built and have helped with suggestions for the use of the social room. Your many contributions will help the underclass members. Congratulations and best wishes to all of you and may you have happiness and success in the years to come. Harriet M. Sheats Dean of Girls JERRY BERGEM fx -'U' Your successful development as an in- dividual and as a citizen is the result of many influences. Your home, church, and community. as well as your school. con- tribute to your physical, intellectual and emotional growth. It is almost impossible to determine where the influence of one institution stops and the other begins. They each have a unique part to play in your development. In particular, your school has provided the opportunity for you to acquire essen- tial facts and intellectual skills. It has also helped you learn important personal skills and attitudes. As a person who has just recently moved to Euclid, I believe that you are fortunate to have been able to attend a high school like Euclid Senior High School. You are also fortunate to be liv- ing in a community where the people be- lieve it is important to promote your best spiritual, intellectual, and personal devel- opment. William A. Hunter Assistant Principal ,Ap -v. .Yr- ga' HARRIET M. SHEATS The environment of an individual con- sists of his church. home and school. The contribution of the church goes on throughout an individual's life. The fam- ily contribution gives a sense of security and guidance to his or her children. We in the school complete the triangle of the en- vironment. Those individuals who are graduating will have the community and workaday world substituted for the Congratulations to the class of 1958. Jerry Bergem Dean of Boys 1 .- 5s1"e--'vm---- unsung ' Ss TC- 'rl' Q. SECRETARIES Row I: J. Carver, J. Boyer, H. Ryba. Row 2: A. DeGerolamo, M. Korynoski, L. Beron, M. Kirchner, J. Edwardsen NURSE Helen Wise, R.N. Whether it was a sudden headache, an errand for material for a teacher in dis- tress, or the need of one of our students for special help, it was down to the ad- ministration corridor, the nucleus of school activity. The ailing student found his way into the oliice of Mrs. Wise, our nurse, who had an infallible method for sorting those 'ctest" tube cases from her actual patients. For the others, it was to the main office where the secretaries were always willing to help, and a call to the Euclid Board of Education would connect us with Pupil Personnel. The nurse, secre- taries, and the Pupil Personnel staff each made life at Euclid more enjoyable in their own individual ways. Behind-the-Scene Staffs PUPIL PERSONNEL Row 1: A. Tobias, L. Vorhees, E. Wilson. Row 2: W Harmon A. Hamlin, B. James, Jr. Row 3: W. English, J. Pohto Ron 4 R Winters, J. Miller, R. Blanco. num 95 1 by :.w-.,p-iNE,,??,x,..,., - s- . .T - - A- 1- ,.,.. :fs1,.:s::sw.-sa... si fe - -as x. f 2 1 it l t J if e r al., LIBRARIANS C. Shearer, J. Bowditch, D. Stevenhagen Representatives of Efficiency I Always willing to be a guide for a stu- dent adventurer, the librarians' aid, under the direction of Miss Jean Bowditch. was invaluable in directing the way into an educational and entertaining pastime. CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR George Brewster - ls Broken chair as a result oflounging stu- xi? dent . . . hunger pangs attacking student ' 5 ' body and faculty . . . help wanted? These g are calls of distress heard often in the busy life at Euclid. Green-clad ollicers under X the direction of Desk Sgt. Fellows will 1 v tend to the weakening piece of furniture N and the ladies of the cafeteria staff have 3 L. just the answer for any empty stomach. Our Joe Fridays and Betty Crockers are always on duty to add to the comfort of all. CUSTODIANS Arthur Fellows and Jerry Ganser CAFETERIA STAFF F. Colbert, L. Straka, N. Stiner, E. Zimmerman, E. Majcen, J. Forgione, I. Sandberg, E. Brashear, J. Youngberg. E. Gilles, M. Pesec, J. Paladino, P. Riebe, B. Thomas, K. Bauer, M. Dondrea, C . Picciano. H. Coy, C. Douglass, A. Klemencic, , 7 vrsrzrmg 5 urn uur , I rar 'SS ?v- -im 4 conusunn . ' srznr snnu . ' Q nssu rnsu""s ml ' - I vans U" il nsvrrgrimzuiu' Y sour . 5 mrs 'EFF sm: IITH il l 5. is f an l f 5 ea s fa as ff 1 .R f'r::r:'f'ffl'1'5lf5fw f 5 'sv' 9 . Jggg Q, . . Q- cv- , 5. -X 4 . x I 1. . ff, M. .5-' A 1 s-5,7 it A W Q '2 . i:s.,, " r .. C ,. 5- . 53, ' H "' -' - 1 3 Nga, ' Q, ' 3 :N L... Q ti' 'K ha. ,,3- . . 'F 1- K4 . 5-hx-,,-, A SP 'ixwslsu . Q ' . ' bf ,A L . '--r f 'T' , , ' 5 ' fs' v' ' Q ' ' , c - as K ms .. e .1 Y A5 ' . ' V y 1 ,, .. i X -, f W -, -. Effi- '5 1 ' f' " FJ"--W" ' ,- . f , f . '57 ' . 1 . s . . . .- ' . , , ' , " L . L. it 4L...rxA,1m.. si.. ,"N. M. ' .Q 5? P355 g .. i i , qu- ' Z: . I H. .A f5 nv-X lg 'Qu' ,F li-fr . gn 5.-if A . I ...A Mary Lois Baker English Stephens College Carnegie Inst. of Tech. Lake Erie College B.A. 'Sf Madeleine Barbieri English Ohio Wesleyan B.A. if ,..t Mary Bauer English Miami New York B.A. M. in Ed. Robert Bennett English Ohio State Western Reserve Mexico City College Univ. of Amsterdam Univ. of London M.A. B.S. The Foundation for American Western Reserve B.A. M .A. Pera Campbell English Defiance College Univ. of Wisconsin Ohio State B.A. M.A. Student Council Co-sponsor Wilton Eckley English. Chairman Ohio University Mt, Union College Kent State Penn State Western Reserve DePauw Univ. B.A. M.A. .-N-.q 'if Q L A A . gd. Jean Bowditch Reita Crawford Librarian English W. Virginia State Kent State Teachers College B.S. Western Reserve B.A. B.S.L.S. Too much mustard, Cheerleader Sponsor Mrs. McMahon? 3 wife' Ivan J. Fahs English Wheaton College B.A. M.Ed. Education Time ou f ,- WAUNQ-Us , .f,-,, . xx -.al Sabra Hansen Social Studies Univ. of Louisville DePauw Univ. B.A. s at I l' i N X George Hillocks, Jr. English College of Wooster Western Reserve B.A. . . . English 4"- lvl t to rest our weary feet. U, I V, ikx rf M YXRXNK. V- , I A' f' K Q 2 QQ, ,s ' . 1 , Q y W he' 5 ' -'.r . 'Iii' Ann Meinzen Frank S. Pringle English, Bus. Ed. English Kent State St. Bonaventure Univ. B.S. St. Francis College Bucknell Penn State John Carroll Western Reserve B.A. Coach 27 Jack L. Jenkins English, Drama Indiana Univ. B.S. M.A. Thespian Troope Stage Crew Barbara R. Kuemmerlein English Univ. of Wisconsin Western College B.A. Forensic Sponsor Nancy McMahon English Bucknell Univ. B.A. Student Council Co-sponsor Leonard Robuck English Western Reserve A.B. M.A. Nat'l Forensic League Fall Play P. A. Announcers Sponsor 4:- .e X l gf: 'K 9 lt" ,Q Q fm A . tfiffffffe .p L, ul . cr , ygg xiii' C. 1 as. , Q - v' S 2 ' 1 . 'qv' x ' -'E7 A study of attitudes. Facets of American Life . O . 3 N ggi-rx -i , Q :Z . T377 l ' ,,,. "" - E . V4 , M. ' :': 5 - -3'-f?3iE:5'?:fif2Ii'f ':'i-: E X T" :ig Alvin M. Amster Business Education Western Reserve B.A. M.A. Student Council Book Store, Co-sponsor cn, xt U' , L Q' P' I A , . David McKelvey Business Education Muskingum College Indiana Univ. B.A. M.S. Lillian C. Barrow Business Education Univ. of Pittsburgh Muskingum College M.Ed. B.S. X i gffsfx f-'gg , ,B I Q 0' 1 , la .X. .hx Edmund Mize Business Education Ohio State Ohio University Kent State B.S. Survey Bus. Staff Sponsor si' N. x -.. sf i gl wharf. ,115 2, QA Clayton D. George Business Education Fenn College Kent State B.S. Euclidian Bus. Stall' Sponsor . t.. 'R Dolores Morey Business Education Univ. of Pittsburgh B.S. A . E . 115 K , Q -if Q. : .W , P . xy. ' 4,-ah, , K. .A -L Q, A i-gfifff "f:1..f.sf1 Lg ,, , - fifkzafizig fm S Marshall Haimes Business Education Ohio State Western Reserve B.S. M.A. 5399 QE, . A fe-1 wt! -4- June G. Phypers Business Education Denison Univ. Western Reserve Radcliffe College Middlebury French School New York Univ. B.A. M.A. . , V Y N.:"X :ities vm, -' f John E. Reeves Business Education Kent State Western Reserve Counselor Club Co-ordinator ,ee-. cn' s Q William E. Saul Business Educaiion Westminster College Western Reserve Erie Business College B.B.A. 5 y K. 'bca' f 'x Delmar V. Smith Business Education. Chairman Ohio Northern Univ. Columbia Univ. A.B, M.A. Director of Placement ,, ,fs Alice Colleen Woods Business Education Univ. of Oklahoma Ohio University B.S. Business, Home Making, and Music A Q 5 -3 'Awe 1 rr 5 ., -"4-ff 1"v.. H? Q X 'I - eb K g 31 7 . 3' 1 x iw.. x ii. f Marion Dise Home Economics, Chairman Ohio State Univ. of Minn. Western Reserve B.S. M.A. Club Co-ordinator , L .J-jf . 1 is ,R if' l ,... ,-5 . 4' " , ZX Tcl' if , on 23 'F i . 'ws' f Ewa id Edith K. Lemon Home Economics Mary Patricia Marsh Home Economics Northwestern Villa Maria College Western Reserve B.S. B.S. M.A. Counselor How not to bake a cake. E Q. - g f- ,1ess:rr'a- R N ' gg' .- Y ' 2 if - X g if ' . 'nl ,tg -if . , ut' V' . ' Li' H f- fi 1 ""',,.'NE ' .,aP':,lM llibtui , ,t - " - or but-'. 1 --Y 7---V J' '7 ' ' V I- . 129 f t s as r- - -e V, 0 1. X thi. Y-4 in tg. v ,bb . .- ES? I it ...st -I ,L Helen Poese Home Economics Miami Univ, B.Ed. 1 s .t I .. , ,, . .1 3 .. Q I' V, x., P E3 'Q Q sis? .- X as 1-1 ts Dale Harper Music Cincinnati Conservatory ot' Music Univ. of Cincinnati Western Reserve B.S. M.A. Director of Bands 'asf 7 wt-. - . - . pgs ..1 Y in Robert E. Yocum Business Educalion Kent State B.S. ,, 3 --C' ..-..,.w ...Z K Lillian M. Pozar Home Economics Science Fenn College Western Reserve B.S. M .S. Sam W. Taylor Niusic High Point College Northwestern Univ. Columbia Univ. B.S. M. Music Choral Director 5 Q.: A-38312 -- ,5ii.,.,'+i ,,.i N -. --.V V - 4 --W -- - - se- . . Q 5 . .us-"' V-4 " -.Q , E i Y . -T411 'ff 3 s y- . My ,,.t Charles R. Asher Social Studies University of Louisville Miami University B.S. M.A. Coach 0 if I b 1 I C' ,l ,l E in 'S , ffl' Q' K1 A - 4,, '- 'F if Hz- L xy- sou. ' Jack Lewis Social Studies Bowling Green Kent State B.S. in Bus. B.S. in Ed. Coach 'T' i'T7TT'QYi'?'T'fl Donald J. McColeman Social Studies Western Reserve Univ. of Toledo Kent State B.A. M.Ed. Keys to Our 4-he 771 ' - Q hm- Ki , 1 .1 I, 5 o i Kr , ' ev L , in '1af,,,, ' 'lqri Y z A . 4' X . ins is A Q. 2 Neal Nelson Gordon R. Rawlinson Ruth Smith Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Physical Ed. Alliance Junior Flora Stone Mather Kent State College B.A. B.A. Baldwin-Wallace N. H. S. Co-sponsor Coach Donald M. McPherson Social Studies Hiram College B.A. Helen F. Stewart Social Studies Kent State Western Reserve Ohio State Univ. of Hawaii Univ. of Zurich, Switzerland B.S. M.A. Counselor James Stuckey Social Siudies Paul J. Wallace Social Studies Bluffton College Baldwin-Wallace Ohio State Bowling Green B.A. B.A. M.A. 'xml , , X ..V' ' at st.. Q sw fx as 9' - ,. 4 , A X S gf e. w s Q i' is -i v , .. :Tiki-ff-"A"' Stanley L. Whiteside Social Srudies. Chairman Ohio University Ohio State Univ. of Wisconsin Lewis and Clark College B.A. N.H.S. Sponsor -1 t f l-'uv' "TY 2? George Wiley Co-ordinator Special Achievement Classes Oberlin Ohio State Western Reserve A.B. M,A. World . . . ocial tudies and Language .Vg ..-' Beverly Ann Brenner Language Ohio State Western Reserve B.A. v 'H : .- . , - if I ggy.. Xe ' ze. ' . ,f .. F 'K Lf' t ' 'F-3 Margaret K. Zimmerman Language Moravian College for Women Columbia Univ. Middlebury French Colony Muhlenberg College B.A. M.A. Mary Joan Bridges Language DePauw Univ. Grove City College B.A. Wilma Gillman Social Sludies Heidelberg College Western Reserve B.A. M.A. Counselor Miss Morey, you had better stick to business. Anthony Vaccariello Language Miami Univ. Western Reserve B.S. M.S. Faculty Mgr. of Athletics Q - 4' it . 9 R F X. i f - :r 'nk ' 35 J"w LA X Leslie A. Berry Math Colorado State College of Education B.A. R. L. Hederstrom Math Miami Univ. Michigan State Western Mich. College of Education Univ. of Michigan Univ. of Houston ? L-3 Y. f 'V' Adrian J. Buerger Math Univ. of Dayton ohio stage Essentials of Progress Ohio University B.S. Fred Johns .Marlz Western Reserve B.S. M.A. Counselor Dale Thompson Math Muskingum College Butler Univ. Northwestern Univ. W. Virginia Univ. Ohio University B.A. Coach .ty il. B-5- fi M.Ed. Z., N . . 4 Gene M. Pillot I Math 5 - . fi F. Ohio State L-1 tk C' 'Q Western Reserve - 4GB v A Kent State at I A- Q23 B.S. Q F ,, M.Ed. t Ns' , Euclidian Ed. A f' Sponsor I A few minutes of relaxation at the end of a hard day. 1. ' t ll li . in 4 -- 3 lfgl -- 1 s ' i 1, if XX 2 4 V u+lBQ:N,,I. ,iv I ,A '3 , Q Lixx ' il ""' "' 7 4 b, .l ' I S- '-5 'f ,5 ,' - .f X S L, . T Pi - ' ii ' .1 'D - .9 ' 'IN A, Ax'-LL-'I ki 1 'fl L- Q-.- I "--..... srN, ,am . Q . 4 b H- Q if ,sl ,f 1113? X, ss ff., ' " .1 Easel. 'if 1-Us avi H 55' ,H--v ' iii 35 Q' r girb' 1 t J sQ " '. at Emmalene Peyser Mallz Bryn Mawr College Bucknell Univ. Western Reserve B.A. Beula Wilson Marlz, Chairman Western Reserve Univ. of S, California B.A, M.A. Olin A. Bailey Science. Clzairnzan Rio Grande College Ohio State Western Reserve B.A. M.S. Visual Aids, Chairman Mario S. DeLeon Science California State Teachers College B.S. . Math and Science ,. 1f',, x 1 X Nw A 'smp- ex ' if QM If .ax -tm' its-if S f? it ie X wr Ralph A. Grear Social Studies Heidelberg College Emory Univ. Western Reserve Clarion State Teachers College Bowling Green Kent State B.A. M.A. W. Dean Hawver Science Ohio State Kent State B.S. Donald McGinley Science Kent State B.S. Camera Club Sponsor Mary Kay Schmidt Science 4.3. HG'-fs 'Zinn R I 1 . ,R V7 l I A fi tg,- vef ff' Q, Q, .W Q3 T 3 Q" 'N 1 1 Denison Univ. i if g , B.A. ff' , r 2 , T I . to 33 Ray V. Harper Science Muskingum College Ohio State B.S. M.Ed. Albert Judge Science 36 Kenyon Kent State x Univ. of Florida s Western Reserve V- L B.S. in Chem. f f" B.S.Ed. ' A M.Ed. A P. A. Technicians, Sponsor Joseph P. Mayer Science Baldwin-Wallace ,yy- Western Reserve 'XAVK B,S. M.A. TT' Coach . .1 H. W. Spangler 1, Science H N Heidelberg College f' Western Reserve B.A. M.S. X f. .. ? 5 ' . , I What's so interesting out there" Richard R. Keay Science Kent State Miami Univ. Western Reserve Ohio State B.A. M.A. Athletic Director James W. Patterson Science Kent State B.S. M.Ed. Norman Thompson Science Kent State Western Reserve B.S. M.A. Visual Aids. Co-Sponsor 3 t K '41-. is g if 'l I . if l 1 Bruce M. Barlow Industrial Arts Ohio State Wilmington College Western Reserve B.S. Coach V .Nf I f"' . M! I 'sn Q.. ,mt 1 lil I Gertrude Hoeger Industrial Arts Ohio State Ohio Wesleyan B.Ed. -er S -z ,gf , . V 5 ., 1 ' e , -an -:K ef- . t X F' Co-operation through Co Harold Daugherty Physical Education Ohio University B.S. Coach Driver Training J Q- Richard Hungerford Industrial Arts Hiram College Kent State B.A. B.S. That's too bad, I'm comfortable. 1 1' Clarence F. Eckert Industrial Arts Kent State B.S. M.A. Coach 's.,J- Suv' James H. Morrison Industrial Arts Bowling Green Wilmington College Ohio State B.S. Coach PP- I 2 I 411??i1f's tt . f. ,. Merwin R. Staines Industrial Arts New York State Univ. Univ. of Colorado B.S. M.Ed. ordination . -419 Aloysius C. Galicki Industrial Arts Ohio University Western Reserve Fenn College Kent State B.S. M.Ed. Coach - X .P 1 gif, U j x , fx- as L Herbert Nold Industrial Arts Ohio University Bowling Green B.S. M.Ed. Coach John Supance Industrial Arts Ohio University Kent State Stevens Point Teachers College B.S. M.Ed. Coach Industrial A ,fe- 5 ft' it 'Q' E' 1 5 , ! Frank Troglia 1ll!lll.S'fI'iC1I Arts Ohio State Western Reserve B.S. M.A. Counselor 'QT 'SJ Jeanette Burner Physical Education Bowling Green B.S. G. A. A. Sponsor X 'il Q' Q sf . . - Nb... - .ma ' Donald Mohr Physical Education Baldwin-Wallace Bowling Green Western Reserve B.A. M.A. Coach rts and Phys. il --vs.-T- Fred A. Vollman Im1'usrrial Arls, Clzairman Cleveland Institute of Art Western Reserve Kent State B.S. M.A. l 'Fu James M. Calvert Plzysiral Eu'11c'aritm North Central College Ohio State Western Reserve B.A. M.A. Coach SA yr- V 'rx Audree Simonic Plzysical Educariorz Bowling Green John Carroll B.S. G. L. C. Sponsor l "Open a little wider. please." . 5 y ws:- ix L- William Donaldson Pliysical ElfIlL'l1fi0Il IQ V1 tg' ..f v 1 N' if f Lee Lillick Pliysicfzl Ecfllcalioii Kent State W. Virginia Univ. B.S' Kent State M.Ed. B.S. Coach rn f i ' i Q S " Q- 1 A Sgf X X 'rf' i T57 Clarence Swackhamer Physical Education, Clzairman Ohio University Wilmington College Columbia Univ. Ohio State B.S. M.A. Carla Urchek Pliysical Eilncaziolz Kent State B.S. Swim Club Sponsor -1 zr. ff' r -' all 5. ,A 11 ij.. 1 wg.. -i I H B. 5. :J 51:11- ifils- LQ., QI A 7 F. ' . , ., - 5 , A 4 Q ' .r " ' z ' z L N ,XXL . . ., . - .A 1, , ,W . , .L K - - , - ,E ' L Aw ., fr... A-A ,f ,- 14-Z..-4: s aN .Q ".- ,uk - H CLASSES The classroom is the hea here is where ignorance is discarded in favor of wisdom. Within these walls the actual process of education takes place- here, the instructor teaches and the stu- dent learnsg here, the smallest desire to accept the art of knowledge is encouraged to expandg here, the experienced strive to guide the inexperienced. Although this thirst for knowledge has a different in- tensity in each student and the desire to teach also exists in varying degrees within each teacher, a perfect balance is never- theless maintained. Remarkable also, is the strange transition which takes place in many classrooms, for often times the instructor actually learns, being taught indirectly by his pupils. Here at Euclid, whether the subject at hand was world history, math, chemistry, or languageg whether the course centered on the text, discussion, or visual aids, the f dvancement of knowledge re- purpose o a mained the same. Our classes provided a stable scholastic foundation for higher ' ' led to education, and while doing so revea both student and teacher a wider realm of personal progr ess and satisfaction. 37 Av "You mean you still don't und Whether the marker is hit or missed when students attempt to parallel park, our driving teachers remain cool, calm and collected. But much to the students' dismay, whenever a marker is hit, it has to be taken into the wood shop and fixed by the person who broke it, along with an explanation ofthe accident. Learning to parallel park is only one of the skills taught to produce safe, courteous drivers. All necessary fundamentals from changing tires to learn- ing the laws of the highway are taught until they become second nature. erstand 7" X marks the answer in advanced algebra and many times it was as difficult to find as the X that marked the hidden spot. Any alge- bra student will vouch for this as he used page after page of paper and sharp- ened pencilafter pencil in his search for that single un- known factor. But the tri- umphant feeling when the answer was found far sur- passed any sensation Cap- tain Kidd himself could have felt upon discovering a huge chest of buried treas- ure. Of course, my students are safe, courteous drivers. Sl Greeted with "LComo esta Usted, Senor?" as they walked into class, the Spanish students entered into a world where the words couldn't be pronounced and the sentences were backward. Progressing from beginning of semester snaps like "El burro es animal? to end of semester sticklers like "El burro es animal grande", the would-be students were be- witched, bothered and bewildered by con- jugating verbs and declining nouns. It wasn't all backward sentences and verbs, though. Mr. Vaccariello took his classes on fanciful trips through Spain and South America, and Miss Bridges, Spaniards read about Juan Peron in "La Prensa." Although the chemistry classes always took the blame, Euclid's physics students many times contributed to the contami- nated air with fumes of short circuits in an analysis of electricity. These future scien- tists could picture Galileo leaning from the Leaning Tower of Pisa, as they too studied the laws of falling bodies. But physics opened a new world to them, to be explored and conquered. At least one person didn't like Shakespeare. I 'Fin' Esto es Senor "Little Abner." Slide rule, scale, inclined plane . . . it won't work. Clauses and phrases, po- etry and pros: this is the Held of discussion in Mr. Blackburnls English classes. Enjoyment accompanies learning, learning to speak fluently, to read and write correctly: to prepare the student for those tough, competitive years at college or at work. These English classes will long be remem- bered with gratitude for the invaluable knowledge ac- quired there. Here at Euclid, skilled teachers help build a firm foundation which in- sures a literate future for the student. M ,.,: as WMS Q x Z- Ink-stained hands and tempora-painted clothes, the trials and tribulations ofthe printer and the artist. Hands were trained to be steady and exact for both skills, for only novices printed crooked columns or drew ill-proportioned lines. Whether it was play tickets or football programs, the printers had to be on the ball with the cor- rect letter formation. And signals couldn't be crossed in the art room either, for there was the possibility of a teacher's inter- cepting and passing out a poor grade. This year both departments rang up a line av- erage-more wins than losses. Printing classes help the Survey meet their dead- C1 lfl clxsscs think liic is just one hunk of clay after another. l 1 l Four young Euclid mechanics take the First steps in dismantling a carburetor. As the toddler tore apart his rattle to see what made it tick, as the ten-year-old nailed and sawed on an old block of wood, so Euclid High young men continued the male tradition by specializing in industrial arts. In wood shop, the boys accumulated a knowledge of carpentry in their minds and a surplus of sawdust in their shoesg while tail pipes were replaced by auto me- chanics when trips around corners, even in this day and age, must be made on four wheels. This department helped their in- terest in industry grow from childplay into a useful, adult skill. Euclid Woodworkers learn that good craftsmen work neat if lil- X ' ,. :+C?4f's-9" 1 ...LN . wr , V , s. , W ..- ,..., T ,ww . fvggf f A - li-N ' h in "Teacher, I think it is alive!" All the world's a test tube and all that's necessary are a few chemicals inside of it to promise experiences that end with a bang! Many E. H. S. chemistry students found that to be true this year as they brewed concoctions that would put many witches' potions to shame. Frequently there were days when the third floor was absolutely uninhabitable due to the lin- gering odor of the experimental efforts of our future scientists. lt took countless gray hairs on the part of the teachers be- fore some students learned that every gram counts. "Teacher, you donit mean to say that THIS is the same water we drink?', This was the cry of many terriiied students as they took their first look at that nawful looking stuff I've been drinking all these years." Then there were days when real trouble arose as someone began cutting up again. With anxious, greedy looks, the boys were quick to ask whether it was frog, fish, or worm day while those of the weaker sex grasped the nearest desk with a muffled moan. One consolation girls . . . the "insides,' don't show, except in biol- ogy. "Oh, just one more drop." Mrs. Dise keeps her students on pins and needles. There was quite a mix-up in the cooking rooms when the lady chefs of Euclid High learned how to make a better home-on-a- range. Though they could often be found in a stew over such items as how many teaspoons of this ingredient and at what temperature do you bake that, the girls almost always came up with a luscious end product. It was not unusual to find heads popping in the door to ask what that de- lectable odor was that was trailing down the hall. But the cooks worked on with a thought to their motto, "The way to a man's heart is through his stomachf' and a little bit of dreaming about the future. 43 Whirring machines, bobbin, bobbins, sewn lingers and exhausted teachers were all a part of Euclid's sewing classes. It didn't take long for the typical Miss Sew and Sew to realize that it was the stitch in time that counted. Chatting over thimble and thread, the modern seamstresses passed the first goal of making cotton skirts and went on to the more compli- cated processes of matching checks in a plaid blouse and developing original pat- terns. lt was also not too unusual to see one of the girls practically going cross- eyed trying to thread a needle with thread larger than the eye in the needle. But this course actually paved the way for well- adjusted and happy home for the future. Are you sure you lit the oven, and did you say one teaspoon or one tablespoon of salt? 2' 2' Hi.-Q 3 11 ill E! A glimpse of Euclid's pool during a typ- ical school day would find one ofthe swim cadets teaching and drilling the swimming class on the various strokes and skills. Words and motions are repeated over and over until the new swimmer can finally splash his way on to a more diliicult phase of instruction. And when the bell rings, it's out ofthe water in full-fashioned suits, and back to class with bloodshot eyes, droopy curls. and clogged up ears as re- minders of this swim class which helps us in our physical development. Whenever inventory is taken in the boys' gym, undoubtedly they will find some girls' equipment. Sometimes the girls shoot rather high and instead of swishing into a basket, the ball sails over the partition and is promptly seized by the boys. Boys' gym activities, including basketball, tumbling, track. and swim- ming, provide a well-rounded athletic pro- gram of physical development forthe boys under the direction of Coaches Swack- hamer, Mohr, Calvert, and Donaldson. Laughter, tears, and various emotions derived from acting are practiced in dra- matics classes under the direction of Mr. Jenkins. Students may be asked to imper- sonate anything-a dog, a cow, or even a teacher. Doing this correctly without re- acting to fellow students' laughter is not easy, either. Dramatic classes develop poise, speaking ability, imaination, and grace. They are interesting, enjoyable, but most of all, beneficial to all who partici- pate. ii X3-.. One of Euclid's more serious types. Work, work, work. . . run off some dit- tos, type out a stencil, adjust the ear- phones on the dictaphone, and don't for- get to plug in the electric typewriter! With- out the help of the girls, teachers would find it difficult to issue additional infor- mation to their classes. This practice is beneficial to the "secretaries," though, for this is a sample of what their future jobs will involve. They learn to accomplish work quickly, accurately, and neatly. With new, up-to-date, and easy-to-operate ma- chinery, students feel certain of being em- ployed with adequate salaries. Don't worry, it's only a choke. Always minding their own business and learning how to do it correctly, Euclid's typists worked earnestly to acquire the valuable knowledge offered them. Though the clicking ofthe keys and the clanging of the carriage bell often echoed in their sleep. they were ready each day with clean paper, fresh carbon, and their so helpful assistant, the typing eraser. But their big- gest aid was the desire to successfully con- quer the masterful typewriter. This is the way it's done. I w w w N Y iw, . ?l .' 1 ff X 1 A ' 1 4 If w: A W P 54 H s 5 A ' ' X x fl'-A W-Q.. . ' 'Nw 11' I ,, xx. ww 'wan I N. Q 'f 'JL' y, M' ,wqgq Q. 'fin 5 a 1 , 2 e 5 i F .,Q X53 Q 5:2 l . ,.!' . ' NM , - L t -:ff 3 jf N .w.,n,,." I 95,9 g . ,A -, "f5's?f' " 7' ' f f V! W , w-' 1 4 VS!--'15 -,I . 0 N , Q , 5 N 1 y D V ' ' X 'J' nu v x wx-,..mx-M " X ' XX. 'N' N. .kwmww v X N M- X A A. X A 1 ,Y xg. f' x x lktf' 1 YB- . lu r. .. S . g ' in-' " Xlii' 1 A2315-N11 1 Q X., Leisure Time. . . s l No idle hours are necessary in the lives of Euclid's youthg boating, swimming, tennis, dances, bowling, sledding, and skating along with other activities occupy their leisure time. The community provides l these social functions, but could not succeed in its endeavors without the unselfish and untiring efforts of the many adults who advise and sponsor these gatherings. The new Y.M.C.A. building has provided an ideal meeting place for the social activities that contribute to an i expanding personality, l i i 3"""'m M1 ' Q ir s,,1:. gf., 1i, if ' ' iW1rSi9i't " 599' ' - wh? X v WS , A Q 'i z 1 ii I ' lilo 11 13 , 1 "im 1 , J wiv 1- , Q. - If 1 .. ,1 . 21' i i f- f ' ' 1 ' I-GQ' .,.iptvM A, H ' v 33" 'xl'iWitRXXx fr, v . ' Q 1 , wi N 1 1 Q ' f 1. if:-11-Nlixsifuut , 1 1 . M 1:1 1, ,Qyvit 21. 'sv - f k , ., f.v1'1-1-W . 1 ., -' ' t . ,,,. . ,, M yi, l t N t 'M ws 1 .,twiimmMt,1...1.., 1 WN X My K . 11-Mliiiw - . , ,. . ww v X . 1 ,. W ' 1 1-. 5 " 1 1 1 1, 1 t lztli, 1 1, ' ' -w.-w- V i t , . 1" 4: N xx K xv N '.1,,WQCN . 15.1 A 11 i1 u-,,-.y,.,M.f. -1,i 1,,. W tt '1' ' 31 X . 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' ' turned into an entirely different place on Friday evenings when a sporting event is scheduled. for enthusiastic rooters come to not only assist the team. but to obtain sore throats. cracked voices, and a warm - feeling of pride in knowing they have helped to win a game or soften the blow of a loss. A cheering group who lets the team know they want a win and gives them an extra spark of desire is necessary for any winning team. Euclid has this cheering section at its games. not only in voice, but in desire and encouragement. With a helping hand from the Spirits Club, Euclid is well represented at every sporting event. and with our new fight song to boost spirit along. Euclid High .-,s ya - ss- will always have a crowd cheering in the PM 1rgQ,.5.,4,.,-.' ,, - va . ' ef- 5-'yf,g,.. Q, stands. , , , .. ' A ' ft :e?if'T3?K"' ' Is-igrgfi BQ-'l"'l 1" " . s . .- Vt' 1' 3 t f . s- f. Ia 48 Panther coaches talk with fans after the game while friends wait for the team. ,,......anumv-1 ,, gigs. Hand-in-Hand Ar Euclid Highlighting the school year is the Homecoming dance, involving many peo- ple to plan this exciting climax to a thrill- packed three days. For months ahead of time, preparations were under way to or- ganize this event so no last minute flaws would occur. With two events behind them, anxious volunteers raided the gym, transforming it into a beautiful ballroom. Amid laughter and falling glitter. decora- tions were placed by admiring hands. Greeting all people as they entered the stadium, the huge banner had special meaning for Euclid High alumni the night of their Homecoming. Striking an espe- cially tender spot in hearts of 1957 grad- uates, the blue and gold runner welcomed all who passed under on their way to the game. A recent addition to the stadium, it can be read as one passes along Tracy Avenue, maintaining pride, for the name which it carries is one which will always be remembered. ...k,..j-...L The camera catches a cross-section of the crowd emotion. It x as-""" 'Quo' ..4- 'C 49 . ... ---ii , -Tr 'Y-':"::--,Ld ---- lxa41LvmamLLn+A4vA-1,14...,4.-xl .1 . ' f V 'A ' V' R 3 1 t , . Sf 3 W, ,' x 'ig .: yi 1- s 1 an ' ,J 4, f NN .V , V 'fl . ' 4 .. xv- gif' . ' , ,, 1. sf ,gif f .ff ff 1 L s ' f 1 ef 115 E 1 iii? :fs t,g.s vlwz- . , 512' ' ' v I 'US 3 2 "Wi 5 'EP .ISA-Rfk K., -.Q . iz X . -2:--Qi: ..- Ay , 1Js,- 1, .:-an, Ai .W 1- - qw A -izfffi' '--as QII' 9 ' 1 53? QP' 3: . 91 ! .- ,213 31 ,, Q i STUDE T LIFE l From friendly get-togethers to the high- lighting Homecoming celebration, stu- dents at Euclid have filled hours with re- laxation and enjoyment. Although Euclid High's social life has been limited this year due to increased enrollment and lack of facilities, these barriers were overcome by working as a team. Being so infre- quent, dances such as our successful sock- hop, Spring Sports and Homecoming were anticipated with more enthusiasm and ac- cepted with deep appreciation. With the completion ofthe social room, dances and parties will again become a part of our regular routine, though memories of this year's social whirl will long be remem- bered by the graduating seniors. Social life is indeed a part of onels education and his future. Recreational facilities and ac- tivities, unlimited in this school, are es- sential chapters in the book of personal development. 51 1 l l l 1 Q sl I . . l , , Y , .Y-r c' Q.fa..g,.. rf..--f , 1 V i ltr .,' -. . -- wg . s- 2 f V- A -.-- 0 , lF'i', f- r A ' zH5q+y.' tif! fraimlrm Q11 e l as f" . ' . .fs s. f ' I 1 l , .arsv-tt. w e.-. eg:- A -4. -wwe I . , V -- - 345:-f.avs.'r'r .. W .'-'ink -V ' -- , , te 'ics,,r,,,,,,,..., fewest. s Find. rv. . , t dogg., N.. et. . -W A Y KV Y Y .2255 - ..wi,.g.,,s. 1 - ifggsa .gi ggi-Afiahhegw . 'W T We: "1 ':- 'W' Frifirfty fi"-317 - . WJ- ?4:,L,-2'7kW5'1'1 YQ.. 1' 'iff-Q3-524, . .. V V . g.,, V sl., , . fs i ' A I MEIIIIIIIII ' 'j Y :' ' I !:e'H-s.wenza11I31YQJ ,f .-Q , f peg. . -- ... -pu f v 4--r, ig .., gi ,YL ,. N.. i UM H- ...A -L f A lpwhpgirqxhr in -iigfxislggve , Y V A ,,, , , ,. -- --.:, -rf' gf- ,, . . . ' Aix., "- ffl """""'3"""i"'M""i""":"' me . -: gg..-...1,.Q,,, 'gsffn-1.... V W , 1 i. .. , ' rw-.-. ,,-.. . V A . ,y , C7 tu? ,- Q-9 'X ,-. R' -'vu- HOMECOMING NOMINEES Row 1: P. Doyle, L. Relyea, N. Carney. Row 2: M. Larkin, J. Sims, J. Mulhall, B. Ostkar, K. Haas, J. Skok. Row 3: P. Muscenti, B. Hatfey, P. Relyea, J. Dolenc, D. Baumert. Fun and work go hand in hand when Homecoming time rolls around each year. Perhaps the hardest factor in making a float sounds quite simple-deciding a title. After much deliberation and compromise one idea immerges and soon the frame- work is up resembling a float which has just been hit by a hurricane. Next, chicken wire is tacked onto the frame and the Hoat begins to have character. Now it is "stuff- ing" time-all recruits push small pieces of crepe paper into the holes of the chick- en wire-this is much fun, but oh those numb lingers. Finishing touches are then added and the float is ready for the parade and is regarded as a true work of art by the exhausted workers. ,l Anticipation of pirit ' . . g .- ga y gxiirssgw gf"-.317 I ff, i Girl athletes started mixer to "whip" team into shape to "Beat Shaw." Highlights Homecoming "Biggest and Best Ever', is the phrase which typifies the 1957 Homecoming. Many cold, hand-numbing, but pleasure- hlled hours preceeded the final, glorious bonfire, parade, game, and dance. Long before the candidates for queen and her court were announced, eight organizations had collected ideas for a float centered around the theme, Beat Shaw, laid their plans, bought materials, and begun work on their creations. Every float worker will remember the last minute scurry search- ing for more crepe paper, the late, late hours kept toward the evening, and their final feeling of pride as they surveyed the completed project. Key Club turned ignition to "Blast Shaw." l 53 Ilsrurnit ..-...........l li 551 ns. Q : 1 -: 1 Pep band serenaded Shaw dummy with Death March." 'TW h Towering Eames sent sparks of spirit into the night t e SPIRIT! SPIRIT! SPIRIT! All stu- dents were surrounded with it. Homework was temporarily forgotten as iinishing touches were placed on floats. Thursday night came and it was bonfire time-the best attended bonlire Euclid had ever wit- nessed. The pep band played with all their might and the crowd yelled cheers until all voices were deep-throated and husky. The climax reached a deafening roar as the Shaw player was burned in effigy. Candi- dates for queen and her court were intro- duced who would, in a brief, twenty-four hours, be riding in shiny conve-rtibles in the gala parade. Of course the beautiful queen candidates were highlighted, their throne being a sleek, white Ford convert- ible. A lf J ggi-,QE 4 Panther fans hoped Euclid would beat the Cardinals and "Snow Em Under" as shown by the Nobles Hi-Y. After weeks of hustle and bustle, worries, joys, and excitement, the end could be delayed no longer. From the array of fabulous floats, Thespians' "Gnaw Shaw" was pronounced the lirst prize Homecoming lioat for 1957. "Snow-Em-Under" certainly typified the judges' thoughts. Homecoming was planned with '57 Alumni in mind, though, and many a longing gaze was seeng wistful sigh, heard: and bit of nostalgia, felt at the game and dance. Old friends met and a feeling of closeness prevailed throughout the dance as they remembered - I' ' rv 7 t K , ,i 3- .. ,' F 5 f u A ,K . s V V--ir. 0 Ass! Happy Homecoming their court, their game, their floats, their bonfire. Honor and tribute were given to the court as they danced to the song played just for them-a song and dance which highlighted and terminated a beautiful, successful, 1957 Homecoming weekend. GNAVV V SHAW 'Lt 733 . ,..- 'Qr-Y 'fel ' EFI.. 1 Thespian and Stage Crew efforts were rewarded when Arne presented winning trophy to Fred and Mr. Jenkins. Braving the cold, Euclidrtes, both alumni and students, took part in the annual Homecoming and For A11 at We Everyone watched the Coronation waltz and Bob said 'This dance is mine !" Good ight Lynda radiated joy as crowd gazed with pride at their Homecoming Queen and Attendants. - -9? :tk ,Q-4 su 5 N .44 5 7 -J J ,S an mmf MYRA LARKIN BABS OSTKAR Senior Attendant Senior Attendant 'QNX NSN JR 3 Mr .A-A, Qui' xxx XX BARB HAFPEY PA A T RELYEA -'Umor Attendant Sophomore Attendant 58 ,Www 1 XL gf 'Y lv yd-'ll-'9 Iii' if-',l!W"f f1"P':4'Jir f 'M - Ji , Y-:ig:!'x:...4-:Sf 'ii' 5- '1F?'f'f.i:'-1 L .-13115.11-.. 11, ..-1- f, . 1 .A -,f. ,I ,Vg . .- .1 - - - v Y "Standing room only" was the status of the stands as faithful Euclid followers always Hlled the stadium. Frida dds Up To Euclid rooters came well prepared with blankets to face wintry winds. Concession workers cry, "Where's the coffee?" for numb- fingered fans. Even though winter hit with all its tury during the 1957 season. loyal Euclid fans could always be counted upon to brave the weather and urge on our football team. Some students resorted to wearing two pairs ofgloves and three sweaters, but many more could be found swarming around the Concession stand for a wel- comed cup of hot coffee. But no matter how cold it became, many cheerful fol- lowers were always on hand. armed with cough drops and shakers to add to Eu- clid Hi's spirit. Shivering in cold winds and blowing snow, spirit minded students ventured to the games on busses or any other type of transportation which could be found. Finding most of the fun going on busses to the games, for which the students signed up during the week, girls and boys alike got a- head start on their sore throats by cheering in the busses. Others who weren't able to take busses, arrived in cars with blue and gold shakers, blankets, and hand warmers. These articles were put to use as soon as everyone was set- tled and ready to watch another exciting game. With the cold night came a desire for coffee or something warmg these wants were satisfied by a trip to the con- cessions stand where anything was sold from apples to hot dogs to cokes or candy. All these memories brought heart- aches to the senior when they realized that this was the last year of football games, the last time they could go togeth- er to the games with a group of friends they had known for three years: never be- fore had the Alma Mater meant so much to these students. Football, Fun And Frolic Joyful students shared in victory as they rode the busses to all away gridiron battles 9' ' ami , Tx, if Echoes of Cheers Help Boost Euclidis Spirit "Lynch Lakewood" was the vengeful cry of Panthers. . 1 .5 -- if--. 4?- "','3v' x, -m,- :www-ar. PQ 62 Ns Bravely facing their classmates, "the boys" led cheers, filling the students with laughter. Girls traded skirts for football togs when they clashed in the Powderpuff Bowl Building spirit in any pos- sible way, the Spirits Club planned entertaining after- school pep assemblies and one during school time. Ev- ery scheme from using boy cheerleaders to a girls' foot- ball game was employed. The pep band was always present with its rousing marches and fight songs. With posters advertising these assemblies a week in advance, a good turn-out was usually present. The gym was really packed, however, when game time actually rolled around. Cokes, apples, and potato chips were supplied by the concession stands. The bas- ketball season was a good one and will long be remem- bered for its close scores and high competition. El' XESEMBL Cheerleaders serve to call the crowd to after school pep assemblies like barkers at a circus With the game hinging on a foul shot, basketball fans waited expectantly as the ball swished through the basket 41. ,.J'1fu.LQQ,, ' i 1 : i - Days Are Filled ith Proud And Happ Events The clean-up gang takes a break from the mop to listen to bop. aff Entertaining the community each year at Christmas time. the combined Euclid High choirs performed to the best oftheir ability this year. The Choral Masters. the newest addition to the Choral Depart ment. sang a delightful number at their Christmas Concert. The Twelve Days o Christmas. an ancient folklore song which is always enjoyed. was offered to the audi ence. With twelve specially selected per sons to exemplify the symbols of each day. a large laugh was in store for all who Came. Cleaning up after a dance proved to be fun as these students discovered when cleaning after the Homecom- ing Dance. Glitter had been scattered over the floor, and other remnants of the gala occasion remained to be swept up, but anything can be made into fun. Time out was taken to sing a few songs accompanied by John Becker on the piano. Within a few hours, the gym was looking like a gym again with its floor shining and walls cleared, and baskets untrimmed. Memories remained, however, even though the wonderland had disappeared. mas joy at the annual Choir Christmas Assembly of chess or checkers. Chess, conversation and chomping brought smiles at the Student Council Christmas 64 party. Six swans and some rings provided light Christ- Since the Student Council was so large this year. and the members had little chance to get to know one another. a party was planned specifically for this purpose. Reserving the gym, pool. and setting up various parlor games in the old recreation room, there was never a dull moment and every moment was well planned. Anxiously awaiting the Hough Bakery catering service which arrived with hamburgers. buns, potato chips, and cokes, the representatives ate until they could eat no more. After eating, most of the participants played basketball, but some. who had eaten more than the others. were content to play a quiet game 5 Bringing attention to several individu- ally organized bands at Euclid High, the "Bands of Tomorrow" contest featured three bands from Euclid out of the six finalists from schools in greater Cleve- land. When the Debonaires took a first place in the large band division, they brought pride to their school and com- munity. Led by Lee Hammell and his trumpet, the boys performed well and certainly deserved this high honor. Also bringing pride to the school in an- other way were those students who were initiated into National Honor Society. A total of seventy-hve boys and girls were inducted in the impressive ceremony held January 17. Letters had been sent out to the parents asking them to attend this as- sembly and loving congratulations were exchanged during the tea which followed in the cafeteria: proud parents and teach- ers alike witnessed misty eyes and joyous hearts after this great honor had been be- stowed upon their students. 3 n i i The Debonaires sounded sweet. looked sharp as they became the Bands of Tomorrow winners. Smiles, tears pfjoy, and friendly haridclasps are always present at Euclid's most impressive ceremony. 65 ,I 1 -g,,.g'!L- ' - T- V N ,V 1- ' X SPCDRTS Life in a country as luxurious as ours during this modern "push-button" age demands more than ever before the pro- motion of physical activity, Organized sports meet this situation ideally and go still further by satisfying each athlete's desire to compete. Lessons in sports go even further than can be imagined by sur- passing the actual physical element and expanding to include intangible power, offering sportsmanship, perseverance, re- spect for others, self-reliance and team- work. It does not take long before the athlete realizes that there is more to play- ing than just winning, and that the satis- faction is found in the competition itself. No one person can be the whole team, he discovers, while learning the importance of being a strong link in the chain as a unit. Discouragement is overcome as he acquires the ability to iight hard to the very end of every contest, and to smile cheerfully as defeat is his. And when he wins, he knows that here is success not only for himself, but for his team and his school. Sports are invaluable and this is an evident fact to any true athlete who real- izes how extensively this organized, phys- ical activity contributes to his growth as an active individual. 1 I I 67 N rl i i l li Tlf , We As" "f 2511 M191 rs 5'-'- If 5+ Q-He' mf, Y.- ut. . iifg h -. ' - 4 t-V' - s. it WF Yfillf' A 'EDB ,, 9. if Z Z 'TQ v. 'li wg, , T. csv, ' Y -se, , . XA 2- . , as 't'- A' '-. Ns., :V ,, . t vp - . A- if .- ., . 5 x. tri- -1 -Q Fw- ' Y . f 5 i., . Q- , ?'11.- L' '34 r-"4 - I I . 1 '. . ... I .., -v FI ul' ,I .iq fo lv Q . .1 Eg. ' Y .,wJ!l'fTf, ' Y' 4,-2. Qi,-gi? 4. A ' gggiinfbif gg Rositano speeds past tackler as Paz and Wicks move in to block. FCJCJTBALL . . . Desire, Training VARSITY MANAGERS Robert Butt and Roger Deister w e . s . , .1 V539 i..e..f , - 'Sweeney . N -V I : .. 1 if . Q ,ff 5121: 0 A '.1 1 ww- 1 ., , X .. 'G . , Q r f ff HA A es I? , 9 . A Q: is-Vai" II "-i"'ipg1 . . . . ei t ' 4 . , ' tg' T , .-is ' . 1-S ' I H57 A5 - W f . rf Q in M , , ' -1 :I A - ' a n X r'-. ,1 . : N' ' i - ..- ' . . ' 'L . " ." "-If , am V' - -u s' 2442 'tiff - 0' I T. . A -Q-.- H-. f ss ,..,:'Aw: gsm'-A A- '-Phi" f ,:..:'-'-,xi . - N - . .,,- -- 1' - 1-4 K ' - 1. -3' . .-Qggk .W-'SVI-.p,, .-x w s- A-wf,,'f.r '-- .--2 M ,A ' " ' V :.'.I swag. 1.-In-M' ,vssws,-.,c-. . , ' - es- . .. ., ' .. ' , -?Y-,Nw-vv,1.. V -L1 JA- : -. - .. . - -- - . Q21 ,!.n,' x N: ""' . r .1 - C-. fx- ' xge- '- ' A V ,f '. '- ,.+.- -1 . is .,. N ,, - .-giri' H 4.- 1 , . , . ,fu vf-,..:.'f Ji' 1 1 . R 'rszu ' an f AJ- fs H 4. vm ,, . ,, A " X.. I .' - fa" - . . ....fi- Q 1 " -I - ' , VARSITY COACHES AND CAPTAIN J. Lewis, C. Asher, J. Morrison, B. Paz, D. Mohr, N. Nelson Galicki , A. 68 and Teamwork Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Won 'I957 VARSITY RECORD l2 3 14 2 Maple Heights Canton Lehman Willoughby Shaw Cleveland Heights Shaker Parma Lakewood Painesville Lost Harvey 13 6 13 14 13 26 25 20 7 7 Although they worked hard and long on the practice Held, the Panther eleven and Coach Mohr just couldn't find the combination for a winning season. Whether won or lost, though, all l957 football games were ex- citingg there was always cheeringg there was always crisp air and high spiritsg the players always strived to win. Even using field goals and long, spiralling passes proved futile. The boys strived but the plays wouldn't click and work as the coaches had designed them. Even though our gridders won only two games, the students and school boosters were always out in the stands cheer- ing until the last whistle. Spirit grew and grew, a win was always anticipated-a loss was always grieved. Ron runs toward Press All-Star honors. N ,. -4.14: .Aa L-:1,f-'-icnyflv .',-1 2 -'Lf' Q,-,,. .- 7.4 1.4 Bob Paz Richard Bavetz Jack Butler "19"7'4Y77iP"' 'QP' YW.3::?1-'UV'-'9S'4-E' -fibr' 4 ..,.n.LkLL.ia 1 -' .123-f,gLIf',o1lL5 ,.--1513 :Eff , mf Ah' 'S' Don Dietz Jim Duffy Paul Faber L'What do you mean, Love thy neighbor '?" gc. Leif Jonassen Chuck LoPresti 1, s. -, Q H. no ,, I q 1 s. vs. ' sg, 'E nf S Blli JIS infix a-K :sr '. 'if' '- r Ng x 'J Y W' 3 cgsv M35 3,5533 35 if. i J llayfllma - as 6 41. 4-.i masts? ... 4-'fi' .-1 -f can Fi-fe - 5 ...f--:E'......--'r 1957 FOOTBALL SQUAD Row 1: J. Nowacek, G. Pringle, B. Miller, J. Parker, B. Stojetz, R. Watson, B. Paz, K. Wicks, B. Wanderslaben, D. Donahue, J. Bell, M. Piller, K. Smith, R. Hunter, Row'2: J. Duffy, W. Rositano, J. Heasley, G. Snider, C. Pal- mer, R. Bavetz, D. Dietz, B. Wight, B. Murphy, B. Balbuze, J. Butler, R. McLeod, T. French, Row 3: T. Constan- tine, G. DiCuccio, T. Burger, W. Palmer, B. Mason, P. Faber, B. Wanderslaben, M. Podobnikar, J. Alexander, L. Jonassen, R. Skiljan, R. Schneider. Q6 K Bob Mason Ronald McLeod Bill Miller Bill Murphy I. E John Nowacek Carl Palmer Jim Parker Gary Pringle 71 ' I I II ,, I I In an I Ron Schneider Bob Stojetz Allan Tiedman Jim Vigh I Bob Wandersleben li I I The Panthers-Tired but happy after a victory. I Dads watch the Panther efforts. "What's the matter ref, do you need glasses? ,155 'vi 3 I I 72 I I- Y as F- 6 4 . l is J.V. COACHES AND CAPTAINS J.V. MANAGERS Coach Daugherty, Co-captains, T. Gortz, R. Patrick, Coach Mayer. TOIT1 Smith and Robert C3.HClO1'1 From the hrst day of practice when they 'LV' RECORD received their uniforms and started con- Euclid 7 Brush 13 tact drills, the J.V.'s settled down to work Euclid 53 Willoughby 0 toward their goal, a championship. Ex- Euclid 6 Shaw 0 cept for a heartbreaking opening loss to Euclid 13 Heights 0 Brush, the J. V.'s didn't allow a single Euclid 19 Shaker 0 point to be scored against them. Clawing Euclid 31 Parma 0 their way through each game and proud Euclid 14 Lakewood 0 of an undefeated Lake Erie League sea- Wius 6 Losses 1 son, they realized their dream-the LEL championship. J.V. FOOTBALL SQUAD Row I: B. Zgonc, D. Hall, D. Peterson, J. DeWolf, D. Tarantino, T. Bizzarri, C. Gilman, B. Mason, T. Gortz, Row 2: D. Brady, J. Ricket, E. O'Connell, B. Stevenson, R. Petro, P. Mason, R. Brown, B. Hunt, R. Patrick, G. Tiffany, Row 3: Ass't Coach Daugherty, Mgr.B.Candon, A. Marko, C. Lash, C. McCuiston, B. Boldin, D.Yert, D Graafmeyer, T. Dolan, J. Hudec, G. Nowacek, Head Coach Mayerg Row 4: D. Hyne, J. Kuchera, L. Champa, P Check, A. Rajokovich, P. Check, B. Nelson, R. Bodmer, W. Sippola, Mgr. T. Smithg Row 5: J. Struna, K. Kalin owski, P. Mushinko, L. Backus, F. Terrant, G. Bayer, G. Soeder, A. Aljancic, C. Scheer, C. Herbst, D. Carpenter 'Qld' With Spirit and Stamina . . An Outstanding The first meet of the season, the Medical Fund Pre- view, seemed a preview of the season to come for the Euclid Cross Country Team. No team worked harder than Coach Thompson's Harriers. A typical workout was iogging around the two-mile course at half speed, half hour of calisthenics, running tive half-miles against the stop-watch and then sprinting 200 yards to Hnish the practice. All boys who want to work and have fun at the same time should try out for this team. Everyone on the team runs in a cross country meet with an equal chance to win. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors run together since there is no J. V. team, creating a more competitive spirit. Cross Country is one of the most tiring sports in the school, requiring a great amount of stamina. Indi- viduals were over-shadowed by the tremendous team effort to which every boy contributed, but some of the regular leaders were Captain Bill Lewin, Tom Heinz, Chuck Hocevar, Tony Lucci, Bill Nebe, and Gary Raf- fety. Beaten only once in their dual meets, sweeping the Lake Erie League in both "AU and "B" divisions, taking second place in the district, and Hnishing eighth in the state, the Cross Country Panthers may be proud of their creditable record. 'I957 RECORD Euclid 28 Euclid 15 Euclid 17 Euclid 33 Euclid 15 Euclid 22 Euclid 15 Euclid 25 Euclid 15 Euclid 18 Euclid 33 Euclid 17 St. Joseph Shaw Latin St. Joseph Collinwood East Shaw Lakewood John Marshall Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Parma 5th in Bowling Green Relays lst in Lake Erie League 2nd in District Sth in State Wins 10 Losses 2 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Row 1: D. Schmidt, R. Speel, T. Heinz, D. Mattis, J. Vatty, W. Raffety, S. Jones. Raw 2: G. Podwil, R. Blackburn, F. Breen, B. Graafmeyer L Tyjewski, S. Brown, C. Thomasy, R. Vidulich, D. Fuller. Row 3: N. Charske, J. Purrs, J. Grant, P. Howard, R. Doyle, C. Hocevar R Kelso B Nebe, B. Lewin, B. Gorse. Row 4: R. Hicks, G. Rafferty, J. Ferguson, R. Brigdon, T. Lucci, H. Manheim, A. Brew, T. Balbuze, B Knox Coach Thompson. 4. Harrier Team ii 053:10 Duane Bates Qian - Y igyfjg Q '54 ' i4 KQV' COACH AND CAPTAIN Bill Lewin and Coach Thompson gnc: Q--v XJ , Q33 QLIA Jack Hoppert 411 1' R-. X, 433290- Richard Schmidt X ':.::,,,,, -s, 4:3 E R v QQIQJO William Graafmeyer fam- my 5 7 5 ' 'wwf A 'Nm' .Eff f David Mattis Wayne Raffety . ' - Min. X vgfi , -a-a - or if sfo K 44,55 Rodney Speel Larry Tyjewski 75 X ct: nk, ,QAW L aft? "ski, S, P' Q.W:i-w',5 fg.x Q ..5 , Stuart Brown .-. 77. v.. X x.,c..f"' '13 C f iv 530 Thomas Heinz pg,-. njvs vi.. 4 ..,i..., John Rogosch are L, gg , xi Q I X Q-i,,e 3 A '1 Raymond Vidulich 'Aggie 'gm' "i9:5sQi 's q'w.g. 5 A rw .. Qs K. ...V ses.. .g - Ns: .53-N it . ."s, '-s .. A - 't""i9wL .W 76 X Fighting Hoopsters "Up, up. up, and away is a familiar cry heard when a jump shot such as this is performed. With stands packed and the air reverberating from cheers, the specta- tors give their team the encouragement to do even better. Ears will undoubtedly be ringing when the crowd leaves the school and proceeds to the drive-in for something to eat, or to some house party. As tourna- ments draw closer and closer, the spirit reaches a peak and excitement fills the air with electricity. Even with the large gym at Euclid, there are seldom enough seats for everyone during the tournaments. Concessions workers have their hands and cash boxes full as people come from all over greater Cleveland to back their team. Strangers to Euclid gasp at the facilities we have here: the library, cafeteria, pool, and the gym itself. Tournament time is a busy time for all involved, but a time of year never forgotten, for its excitement and the joy of seeing the top teams com- pete is a spectacular thing. Peterson leaps high while Smith waits to take it away. NT. .1 "3 e "',? 'A' I 2 X l l i i P l ' si J zal 24 'rsli 2 f 5 , -N ,M YUX J 5 ff 22 11-3 fl 215513517 'XX adxu if K , N F, .l . 'X I , 5 .. 1 I H . ..,. Q 'J as -:Sgt--' ' I H ' ' r v - - R ff 5 , . .- - j ' f ,sm V ,..a.,w, . g ,N . ..x., . A ,, VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM I: Ass't Coach Supance, J. Nossek, B. Peterson, K. Smith, J. Yanchar, B. Palmer, E. Boulware, L. Konyha, J, Pohtg. Rgw 25 Cgach Calvert R. Kasunic, B. Lewin, S. Mincek, M. Bernard, C. Palmer, A. Youngberg, L. Hammel. Row . ln Victor or Defeat Euclid 55 Euclid 59 Euclid 54 Euclid 52 Euclid 45 Euclid 62 Euclid 34 Euclid 60 Euclid 49 VARSITY COACHES Chagrin Falls 53 Solon 53 Parma 48 Lakewood 53 Shaw 44 East 39 St. Joseph 36 Cleveland Heights 67 Shaker Heights 50 AND MANAGERS Ass't Coach Supance, J. Pohto, L. Hammel, Coach Calvert The Calvertmen huddle for the spirit that provided a winning punch Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Wins 65 55 44 54 53 38 51 47 10 Losses 9 Parma Brush Lakewood Shaw Orange Cleveland Heights Painesville Harvey Shaker Heights ,X rr" L. f ' .1 , fo rx 1' , . Y " '. .- . ' 'T i ' I V"'1-Qc?-ff X it pgmw.-it f,-. . 5, , V- Y , . - T1 ,Q , ' fi' ' K' 'I QQ . ""' , .aft ' Q . .IN it .. ,F - . '57 , ff N 4. f 3 fi E i 5 Jim Yancher Edward Boulware Lou Konyha ,. f X I .--J. X! I " L "" A ' . A " iii? i - --as 3 fi .i f, Stanley Mincek Joe Nossek Carl Palmer Smith and Yanch seem to reach through the ropes for the re bgundh Bill Peterson Kenneth Smith Arne Youngberg ' L T'-27. ., 5 R Q N ,nf Q x if Ez 4" f I Bill Lewin ' " A 1 :5 :u. ., , , ,Q W'J .F fn t Y.. N . ff l Q-,, t"2, 1 , iz.-,3 1A.a ilxil. ' ... -e Bill Palmer CT, "-F , A H -xmwxnz-'w:svQ1's'w "' 1 'x hifi' g , 2 l 1 6 -,Swv 1. - -, , K . QA X t YEA N 1'?NWe'-SSQN , . 2-Q a Q Q ix Q X f L ' ' fa , taps' Q- Q 'L ' Q- -ff W ,sS'. 5 rv Ls ' F MA ' '51 78 Y . I , Erl- Q ,. rg X. L J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM Row 1: Coach Daugherty, R Graafrneyer, N. Fields, R. Kasunic, J. Hudec, D. Turkall, D. Bathory. Row 2: P. MUShi1'1k0- M- Plllaf D MCLCOG W. Kytle, A. Aljancic, D. Yert, R. Germano. Row 3: R. Griflin, D. Dclsanter, D. Hyne, D. Ball, J. Forstner, A. Rajokovich, R. Allen Mgr F Zgonc The Basketball Kittens . . . l..E.L. Co-Champs Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Chagrin Falls Solon Parma Lakewood Shaw East St. Joseph Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights 1957 J.V. RECORD 41 Euclid 71 67 Euclid 55 53 Euclid 72 45 Euclid 63 61 Euclid 51 43 Euclid 49 46 Euclid 65 50 Euclid 46 38 Wins 11 Losses 6 Yanchar hook was sunk as the Panthers "sunk" Brush. Parma Brush Lakewood Shaw Orange Cleveland Heights Painesville Harvey Shaker Heights J.V. COACHES AND CAPTAINS tainsg Coach Daugherty. 79 F. Zgonc, Managerg Mike Pillar, P. Mushinko, D. Hyne Cap ln Sportsmanship and Wrestling . . Uhiols Champs 'fWrestling is an ancient and fascinating sport. No other true sport has the same objective, that of subduing an opponent with nothing more than the native physical endowments of skill, speed, and strength." These words. from this year's wrestling handbook, typify what Coach Eckert's matmen strived to do and did with superlative results. Capturing the Lake Erie League championship with un- equalled opposition, undefeated and often unscored against, the wrestlers sailed through on the regional tournaments. Drawing large crowds at all their meets, building spirit for the basketball tourna- ments, and giving the school a reason to feel true pride. With eight boys going to State the wrestling team again brought glory to Euclid. Hopes for another outstanding team next year are high asjuniors Don Schonaurer. Ron Watson and Jerry Eisman placed first in the District with Schonauer and Watson coming in third and fourth in the State respectively. Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid 1957 VARSITY RECORD 33 Garfield Heights 10 28 Bedford ll 35 Cuyahoga Falls 5 45 Parma O 40 Shaker Heights 3 32 Cleveland Heights 11 Lakewood 0 49 Shaw 0 313 40 Wins 8 Losses 0 District Tournament 116 points State Tournament 76 points WFT BY" VARSITY COACHES AND CAPTAIN Captain Kenneth Ross, Coach Eckert, Coach Mayer and Captain William Murphy. At a tense moment in a match Murphy yells as Eckert "moves in" for the pin. A couple of State champs work out in a pre-tournament practice. 'w:t,. C , , xy. L - w:.,.,. - 80 3114.1 .... it 'F' I Bill Murphy District Champ Second in State Bill Miller ' 1 W ""' -- Y--H A- M? V x,v.f l Neil Rohricht i A: i "5 f 12 is X Dennis Stamberer L- Vx ..r..t.,..1....-, 4 .. , ,,l...u.T. . wi ' J W ll' 'T -t -li- , ,, ., 7,1 X. 9 t A I: wr liz! " . ,- .. K , Ken Ross Barry Friedman Don Green District Champ District Champ State Champ State Champ -i-1- t - at 1 Bob Paz David Piccotti Gary Pringle District Champ Fourth in District State Champ A Euclid opponent in pain was the usual and expected scene during the '58 season, Ron's opponent seems to go in all directions-it makes a pin seem like the easy way out 8l at aeaee7 e e Q ,k'rl..2?i2-LiL-'f2Z',7'.i::v5i'Zn -HECK i4iCgEf-i!5ZZ-A'i"'i!fEJ-ifL'?Ef.3lZf-7-.....-.V"i'fl'1 I -. . 1 'P-w ! I VARSITY WRESTLING Row I: R. Reed, M. Howard, D. Schonauer, J. Eisman, D. Green, G. Friedman, A. Mooney. Row 2: Ass't Coach Mayer, R. Paz, G. Pringle, K. Ross, W. Murphy, R. Hunter, R. Watson. D. Picciotti, Head Coach Eckert. Row 3: Mgr. M Hodnik, D. Stamberger, J. Prepar, D. Pike, N. Rohricht, N. Podobnikar, J. Alexander, D. Kellogg, E. Ferko, W. Miller. Euclid Euclid Euclid I Euclid J.V. RECORD Bedford 16 Euclid 39 Cleveland Heights 6 Cuyahoga Falls 5 Euclid 30 Lakewood ll Parma 0 Euclid 39 Shaw 6 Shaker Heights 8 Wins 7 Losses 0 WRESTLING Row 1: E. Golob, C. Schlegal, T. Gortz, D. Peterson, B. Candon. Row 2: J. Puskas, M. Giordano, J. DeWolf, J. Brown, Row 3: Coach Lewis, A. Matko, W. Sipola, P. Check, L. Backus, L. Champa, R. Piper. I3 4. I . l -.-gg I W I I I I I I I as N I I I I I I I lil its I -4-u ,I 'N . n 'I R. Patrick, J. Toll. . I , I 5 3 . Si 5. S I WI X I I 1 Row I: R. Ozman, R B. Nelson. Row 3: C. Row 1: E. Grodt , T. Raw 3: B. Sagore, -5,-A H- 1- 8 '13 I ,fl X 'ixii , T, .Q " A ,T tif?-31 f: cf - - . -ir ' 1 , IT CI ' I 49' , li I ax S., lk' X ,J M Q- .QT A ee 1 L 1 as ,, Ll - ka, C ii s - v , 4 i i X-.ss-vw VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM . Reeves,D. Williams, R. Gravell, S. Sak, E. Vidmar, B. Bolon. Row 2: B. Richrds, D. Galloway, B. Goble, T. Crawford, Lawson, J. Ricket, B. Chilcote, J. Kojan. J.V. SWIMMING TEAM Kreuger, D. Knaus, F. Brown, R. Hurlbert. Row 2: C. McCuistion, R. Anderson, B. Nelson, B. Swisher, D. Weiss. NGYIOIL F- POCSC, D- Daugherty, T- Sabula. Row 4: J. Ryba, D. MCMillian, R. Schubert, J. Kos, W. Custard, D. Dolch - 1 35. X. B 4 .. . T B 'ff I I ,X .,,,. ,- .Yi QT 0 , ' :- in-.. "T 21 C- -35 S x i i ., - , ' S f 5' -. .si -is-is f .J u ' J . ,- X ., -.v .. x 'af-as of i IQ 4 . . ,f- 4 rf' N' I x if I 1 3 'wx y. N ,Q . ,,,.Q.-.15"- -+2512 +'Lvf'T1'-iff 5 ,Q-ig2,tf1,Aff -3- :JI--2 --,-- x-,-x afisgs- wi., Q 41" -- 5, 'Ni NS. vm 83 With near-perfect form, Gravell dives to more u points for the tankers. i Euclid 34 Euclid 67 Euclid 38 Euclid Relays 3rd. I Kent State Relays l Euclid 22 Euclid 16 Euclid 36 i Euclid 56 5 3, l ,EQ 5' l 31 2 ' ' ii Bob Bolon H 5 -2 . A.. D Every day by 3:30 the swimmers are in the pool prac- ticing, J. V. as well as Varsity. Perhaps the team wasn't the best in the L.E.L., but it was one ofthe hardest work- ing. Never giving up, the relay teams and individual medleys worked for perfection in timing and stroke- work. With two experienced divers, the team gained quite a number of points in each meet, and the 1957 team gave encouragement and guidance to newcomers. Working under the leadership of Coach Donaldson, tough workouts were administered, and the swimmers soon learned this paid off in better placings in a meet. The timers prepare to stop the watches as another swimmer boils to the finish line. Spirited Swimmers . 'I958 VARSITY RECORD Berea 52 Euclid 68 Wooster 18 Shaw 1-9 Euclid 39 Cleveland Heights 47 Cleveland Heights 41 Euclid 315 I-HkCWO0Ci 54W Euclid 26 Shaker 60 L.E.L. Meet 4th Lakewood 64 District Meet Shaker Heights 70 Kent State Relays 6th. Berea 49 State Meet Shaw 30 Wins 3 Losses 8 1, 4--asf' ,'51.Q-15455.95 ,I 5, . -. 0-.. '. '2 at ' 1' 3 t '1' T, . .a K at at i, get l .f 1 Q, Q h -5- ' Qils iz, -,SAST Q r ' Af a n 5 it ' -9 Dlkfli GI'3.VCll Tom Crawford Bob Goble 9 it yt 3. .A X- V S .. Ft 1 5 A . .Q 'Qi ,N f - ' gifkv 'Y -Q eifsiiffkfs 4 Q EA N ' ' . ...,. . m Q f 1 QP 414 X Howard Leininger R , 'F 1-' Q -nr , X. '- , .JSI W. 1.1 'Rt-+"'-19, X 3' Rick Reeves A? x . Qs. is N 3-Q1-: 4'KQ."ffY :Er sm. Q 9' Ng. '3 J? ,- 11 Walter Nelson . 51 TS ws . . -vw-s Barry Richards Q: A X 'ff'-I f: X, RX X 52 ., A - - W t-sl Q 'sa' s MQ! X - S, N, , X... -. X ss lil , '11 x QS? N yrs . 5 st, N M .11 A X M tw Q 0 N A ,X X xy " NX ixsc 1 s X v ,, x , S.. Es xx 1-as FEP' ff' ' kt 51? af?" 'X f.W'1'f"Svr1'm, "f' -"QT-fggg' ' -T it- f 'uw A as .wr A , . V 4 l .ft-S -,,:g- A ' '2 i gg -.st sfisff if .. ' .Q 'ix ,Mn 'N . ,. If -A -fa:-1 1 , ,. fm ,I V, .f -I . v- .,., an .. -. 1-N-s,1.,:, Q 1 M ,. s. ,, , .,.. I , f. ae . Y g,.5g-153E:sWQ.,1 T ., - M 1:1 rg, . , , .- W A, ..,n:'gfRg: ,' ' isis- e.. ' JIITI NCWIHHH Ray Qzmun .g f 4,-.vu ' , - - xv. ry., 151' .- , gifs .QT ' '11 - - Q1"'5l 5151-.yQ,'2Qc' :Jil H ifi, f 4- S535 5 r 5 A - ' bf' " -as .5 . Undampcncd b Losing Season Goble comes high for air in a fast turn at the poo1's-end. R X ,ix K l E ., Ek x t J .f Jim Ricket Stan Sak s. si'-f" f-'if 1 ' -- ' . .: ' . LSSN 1 XF L Higgs. ,N ,. 35353 S 1' A 'S 9-jgw - iixllgsg 5--af ' Q as isa., , s. it 1. gias , . 1 ' S' f' X 1 N . .5 ,. L. Aw. .r., MX, , .R,,.,. x x.. 321' if .1 s , ' -sggsvv l Ernie Vidmar Dan Williams VARSITY COACHES AND MANAGERS J. V. Coach Barlow, W. Custard, G. Adamic, Varsity Coach Donaldson E . X, - .J ' f 5. 1 I -.J x 1 he- 5.1" BOWLING .T EAM Row 1: L. Leavitt, D. Bloom, R. Lisch, R. Mangus. Row 2: R. Bambic, B. Ivancic, F. Peterson, Mr. Haimes. Organized for the nrst time in the history of Euclid An honor for the outstanding participants in any High, the bowling team has eight regular members, five sport is membership in the Letterman's Club. Members bowling each week. Participating in the News interscho- of this organization must be letterwinners, the letter lastic league with eighteen other teams from schools in having been won in any athletic endeavor. A symbol of greater Cleveland, the team reached the position of their accomplishment is the white letter sweater with its third place. Captain Fred Peterson held the record of big gold "EY, Boys who wear this sweater carry pride in having the most strikes, nine straight during one game. their school and their ability with them. These boys will Euclid High is indeed proud of its newest team in the be the future leaders in their community. sporting Held. LETTERMAN'S CLUB Row 1: D. Bates, S. Sak, E. Vidmar, R. Soeder. J. Eisman, R. Reeves, W. Rositano, R. Hunter, B. Friedman, R. Gobel, R. Ozman. Row 2: J. Rogosh, A. Youngberg, A. Zimmerman, J. Chinchar, M. Hodnick, R. Schmidt, R. Bavetz, D, Galloway, J. Hoppert, D. Fuller, W- Gorse, W- LeWifl- ROW 3? H- Leifliflgef, R- BIOOYU- R- Gravell, C. LoPresti. D. Kelso, M. Pillar, D. Potter, G. Raffety, D. Stamberger, G- Pingle, R- PHI- R- 5ChHCidC1'- Row 4.' D. Doley, R. Batt, C. Hocevar, W. Nebe, B. Knox, T. Lucci, T. Heinz, R. Skilijan, K. Smith, J- DiCuCCi0, G- Sliidef, L. Konyha, J. Heasley, D. Deitz, J. Nowacek, N. Rohricht. Row 5: D. Williams, J. Kuchta, J. Butler, S. Jones, R. Mack, D. Schonauer, B. Palmer, R. Vidulich, L. Tyjewski, T. French, R. Stojetz, W. Murphy, R. Mason. Row 6: L. Jonasson, C. Palmer, S. Brown, N. Charske, B. Balbuze, T. Constantine, W. Miller, D. Donahue, T. Burger, K. Wicks, R. Watson, J. Yanchar, J. Bell, B. Wight, P. Faber, R. Wanderslaben. U m rw fn rw kj N ri rtt et" C-.4 J f ga pi E It f x l tp. it ,.. 0 'T z' Q T ' S .4 Q i" . '1 Q I " -N 4 J 5 X rw l - X . its H X xl il gi ' 3 K ee 'r IP .X A 1 fer 'N .fs -X ki A i ,En X A1 F' 5- X Tift X f "IKE" DRIVER PRESENTATION Paying homage to "Ike" Driver, one of the linest and most spirit-minded men in the city of Euclid, the letter- man, in the fall sports assembly, presented him with a gold-lifetime pass to all sport events and a white letter sweater, the same type lettermen wear with pride. Surely this was a most fitting reward for the man who has de- voted so much time and energy to sports at Euclid. ATHLETIC Row I: D. Thompson, J. Morrison, D. Mohr, J. Mayer, M. Haimes, C. Owens. Row 3: J. Calvert, H. Daugherty, B. Barlow, C. Blauch, R. Keay, W. Hunter. Working hard every day for the students' enjoyment, the Athletic Board has a never-ending job. This year the slogan, "Buy one for the Panthersf, was seen on car bumpers all over town and the publicity paid off. Over- fiowing crowds were on hand for all football games. A great big thank you is extended to our Athletic Board. Without them Euclid High would not have an athletic program which provides sports opportunities for all boys. BOARD C. Eckert, F. Troglia. Row 2: N. Nelson, C. Asher, A. Galicki, J. Supance, H. Nold, B. Graham, J. Reeves, A. Vaccarlello, 87 HEAD CHEERLEADERS Susan Galaba, Patricia Marolt The Heart of Euelidis Spirit Perhaps the hardest working and most energetic girls at Euclid High are the cheerleaders. Practicing all year, these girls are always eager and ready to lead their teams to victory. Possessing every known quality that contrib- utes to make a good cheerleader, the six final girls vote among themselves to determine who the captain will be. This year an unusual incident occurred when two popu- lar girls received equal votes, and since they had been cheerleaders together since their sophomore year, the team decided to have them both as co-captains. It proved to be a terrific combination. Practices started in the summer and became longer and more tiring, but all for a good reason. Their second place award in the Euclid Regional Tournament was indeed gratifying, however, and it provided a perfect ending for a perfect year. CL' Agatha Gessic Janet Lucas Joann Koeth Always cheerful, these Panthers fiippers even laugh during practice. rs4 . :.A xv Karen Osberg Aggle Seems more upset than the Hbasketbaufl Euclid's well-trained cheerers lead the locomotive yell Working just as diligently as the varsity cheerleaders, the J. V.'s were selected at the beginning of the school year. Cheering for all J. V. events, and practicing until cheers were well co-ordinated and organized, the girls had a good start toward being Varsity cheerleaders. Lending a helping hand whenever necessary, these energetic sophomores proved to be a great help to the Varsity cheerleaders when Mom and Dads Night rolled around, and during Homecoming. J.V. CHEERLEADERS Ron I B. Kamyata, E. Uncapher, L. Braun, M. Summers. Row 2: P., Fox P James 89 P 'Q 1. .. X iii i i if gi ig .S if' 'L .ff sg, S J 3 Q ' X 'af T ,1,A, is Y, ,Q 'wfgi , , ' S ft i A. , Q S 2 3 5 4 g- 2- ,' ' . Q - if llzq g , V bg V . ,'., .7 - ff KNZV- 9 I 3 2 5 .A 5 N i Krxl ix, Q , 5 glff' iv tx if XQV. s A x v. K AK,, Q ,, i 'L l ki J if l X1 ii'f5g,r -, if . ....., : Q f i 1 J 1 - 3 Q ,.,. si . I GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB Row 1: S. Pierce, W. Millar, G. Siat, M. Pesec, M. Terrell, C. Daugherty, D. Lindstrom, J. McKibben, A. Macarol, M, McPherson, D. Lee, B. Seranka, M. Person. Row 2: P. Perme, L. Judice, K. Beutell, C. Turner, S. Lindquist, C. Gramberg, M. Turk, E. Vonhof, K. McIntyre, J. Zevnik, J. Turk, C. Wallace, J. Buchar. Qualities of Leaders . . Charm and Co-ordination Girls' Leaders Club, an enthusiastic and energetic group of specially picked girls is invaluable to the girls' gym department as assistants in every gym class, every period. Helping the gym teachers take attendance, directing and reihng all kinds of sports from volleyball to archery, and taking charge ofthe classes when a teacher is de- tained, these girls gain experience in the art of leadership, an essential quality in a well-rounded personality. All is not work, however, as these girls found time to plan interesting outdoor activities such as weekend campouts. Under the cheerful and cooperative guidance of Miss Si- monic, the G.L.C. sponsor, the group experienced two such weekends. both of which were highly successful and humor- ous. Their annual banquet at the end of the year closed their social activities and provided time to review an enjoyable and rewarding year. A ballet in basketball performed by the Girls' Leaders 1'-----f Y .IA Always eager to show a beginner how to swim correctly, the swim cadets either tell him how or jump into the pool or show him how. Since these girls must pass a difficult test in order to become a cadet, they know all basic skills, strokes, and teaching techniques. Not only strokes are taught, however, for included in the girls' swim program are diving and synchro- nized skills, both of which require excel- lent co-operation between the teacher and student. Swimming classes. a voluntary section ofthe girl's gym department under the direction of Miss Urchek, would not be able to function properly without these girls who give up much of their time for the benefit of others. While performing their duties, they also found time to plan outings with the boy cadets. Swimming was temporarily forgotten when they dis- covered it had snowed for their picnic and hot dogs were eaten not drowned in mus- tard, but in snow. 3 The girls learn how-from "cap-adjusting" to to "shoving-off"-under the careful guidance of Anita Johnson. Co operative, Cheerful, Careful . . Swim Cadets SENIOR SWIM CADETS P. Binder, R. Ryba, N. Rider, D. King, M. Brown, J. Battung, A. Johnson, H. Moles, M. Yates. N .f P- Qi' fini' K -1. 1 - -- lm . ,, 5, --K 5"ff'1' 5 ,.....:v' . -. --f---:s..,,. W a.. --1? , ..-Os z"3"" . . .. - i ' 'ginib z fr..- '- , - T3 I K 1 V i I , l f: : 3 I C7 l G.A.A. ADVISORY BOARD Row I: J. Turk, C. Turner, P. Perme, President, J. Buchar, K. McIntyre. Row 2: E. Vonhof, M. Pesec, L. Judice, M. Terrell, C. Miller, D. Rossow. Providing enjoyment for all sports-minded girls, the Girls' Athletic Association strives to develop good sportsmanship, leadership, and social conduct. Man- aged by the Advisory Board, intramural activities and surprise get-togethers are among the plans constantly developed by these ambitious girls. In addition to team and individual sports, horseback-riding lessons were added to the agenda this year. Other regular G. A. A. activities include field hockey, volleyball, archery, soft- ball, soccer, and basketball. Euclid has provided the equipment and teachers and the girls have supplied the will and interest which makes G. A. A. successful each year. No toe-testing for these gals at the year's first G. A. A. party. . ' -1 F ,tv 92 Later action proved that these girls are not as dainty as they appear!! SENIOR GAA. E. ABRAMS J. ALTENWEG G. BACOCIOUS J. BARNES J. BATTUNG M. BAUER N. BEEKE B. BENCIN G. BERTHOLD D. BEYER B. BOCKBRADER S. BOUSE M. BROWN J. BUCHAR E. CAMPANA F. CERCEK J. CLINE M. COLANTONIO N. COSTELLO C. DAUGHERTY S. EDWARDS L. GAINOR P. GREGORY J. HANDY A. HAVA E. HELMICK B. HENFLING J. HERRICK N. HEWITT N. HOLMES B. HUNT C. JAYNES J. JONES M. JORDAN J. JUNDA B. KATANIK S. KERZIC D. KING C. LAUBLER D. LEE S. LINDQUIST M. MCBROOM K. MCINTYRE J. MCKIBBEN M. MCPHERSON A. MACAROL V. MILENOCK C. MILLER P. MILES C. MISICH H. MOLES S. MONTGOMERY H. MORGAN J. ONEACRE B. PATRYCY P. PERME M. PESEC N. POKORNY H. PREBEVSEK A. SMITH R. STAMM C. TAYLOR C. TELLING M. TERRELL C. THOMAS M. THOMPSON D. THRONBERENS B. TOLAR K. TROPIANO M. TUCCERI J. TURK M. TURK C. TURNER E. VONHOF C. WALLACE R. YANE M. YATES "Little-Johnn Perme doesn't appear dangerous to the cameraman. . 93 Kay says it's a basket. Some Seniors keep in shape and shapely by batting the big one around. JU IQR GAA. L. ALTENWEG S. ANDERSON M. BARCALOW J. BARNES L. BARTHOLOMEW N. BERAN J. BETTS K. BEUTELL M. BOYLE J. BRUNDIC N. BURROUGHS S. CAMERON R. CARLSON S. CARROLL P. CODDINGTON J. COLEMAN K. CROBAUGH A. CRONE C. CRUM M. DALTON G. DAVID L. DOMIN J. DORN G. EISEN J. FISCHER S. FORKER A. FREED M. FRIDLEY R. FULTON J. GERZENY F. GREENWAY M. GRIMM C. GUTH B. HAFFEY C. HARRIS G. HATTENDORF C. HEINTZ K. HORROCKS B. IAFELICE D. INGRAM L. JAFFRAY L. JUDICE J. KASTELLIC J. KLOSKY L. KLOSS E. KNOCH J. KOVACH S. KOVACH D. PEEK V. PEMBERTON C. PERKINS M. PERSON L. PETRICK S. PIERCE P. PISCOPO C. PLESI K. PRETNAR K. RAASCH S. REDEERN P. ROMISHER D. ROSSOW L. SAKS E. SCHROLL P. SICILIANO M. SMITH A. SOKOL R. SPIES C. SWEEDER D. SZEWCZYK J. TAPP C. TKATCH J. TURK J. USALIS S. WEAVER D. WEISS A. WILES B. WILL J. WILLCOCKS C. WILLIAMS M. WILLIAMS J. WINTOUR L. ZALLER J. ZAMAN L. KRASNEY C. LANGA J. LAUSIN M. LEE B. LEGE J. LINDBLAD N. LINK L. MCCORMACK N. MacQUARRIE N. MAEDER S. MAGARGIL D. MELICK W. MILLAR B. MULFORD The G.A.A.'ers take their "medicine" and they don't even "ball" about it! SOPI-IO B. ANDERSON C. BAKER M. BAKOS T. BARDEN K. BARTEL D. BAUMERT P. BENSO S. BIZILY L. BLATNIK K. BLOW S. BOAG N. BOHINC J. BOYLE L. BRAUND K. BRAY P. BROWN J. BROWNING B. BRUNZA C. BUREK J. BURNS B. CARLSON N. CARTER C. CERCEK C. CESA C. CRENNELL P. CUTCHER C. DeFRANCO G. DEGLMANN J. DOLENC D. DREIFORT P. DUTY D. ELLIOTT M. FEDOR J. FERN C. FORSBERG B. FOX P. FOX M. GARGETIC S. GAULT C. GENT N. GERL C. GLUBASKAS B. HALE J. HAMMINK J. HAMMINK D. HOYKAR G. HEIDNIK M HOLLAND D. HOMER K. HOUCK D. HUSZAN P. JACOBS P. JAMES J. JENKINS L. JOHNSON ORE GAA. M s . ef' jQs.ss,.e. - -V ....., P. KOKOTEC B. KELLEY V. KLIMA L. KNACK M. KOMARA B. KOMYATI P. KOVACH P. KRAMER J. KRAUSE G. KYTHE F. LAUB B. LAURIN C. LINDQUIST T. LISCH It takes two catchers-if their eyes are closed. W. LYNCH S. MCGILL B. SHREWSBERRY L. MCGREGOR C. SINGISER B. MCKNIGHT M. SKEIVIS K. MCMAHON S. SORCHY P. MAGALENGA S. SPENCER M. MAHNE M. MANN K. MAYNARD K. MIHELIC J. MILENOCK M. MILLER C. MLAKER C. MYERS M. NEAT P. WEIR K. NELSON M. NELSON J. NICK L. NOVAK B. OMANSKI P. O,NEILL F. OSREDKAR S. OVERMAN M. PALISIN E. PAPP C. PATRYCY J. PATTERSON L. PECJAK M. PETERKA J. POYSER C. PROSTOR L. RANDOLPH B. REITER P. RELYEA K. RESS D. RIEBE P. RYAN M. SCHAFFNER J. SCHULER J. SCHWEGLER S. SPOONAMORE A. STANKISWICZ S. STARNES M. STEINBERG S. STERANKA K. STEVENS M. STEWART P. ST. JOHN J. STRACHAN J. STRAUSBAUGH P. SULAK M. SUMMERS M. SUSMAN S. SUTPHIN L. SWENSEN C. TAKACS B. TOLAR L. TUCCERI L. VALDUGA M. VINCENT F. VICIC J. WARE P. WASDOVITCH G. WEATHERLY L. WILLINGTON C. WHITE N. WILKENSON L. WILLIAMS A. WILSON M. YORK C. YOPKO S. ZAKACS J. ZAKRAJSEK C. ZEITZ C. ZNIDARSIC 95 Hockey sticks Dlus snow yields six girls with colds. Stalwart Pantherettes carry on in spite of handicap-no net! K. ..: Q-Q55 lx 'wa 2-5 my gg?5iIl.'1S . ,A NX., E ...ie- ' .ai 1 ' . 295, . .R . A , . ka- . . . .. -163 "RH x".r . ,. -'1 g:,,,,g N. as-zf M ig?'5I . 5. iq.. 'PS . we . rw. 'Qi-'.:. Q4 .,. , ., s.. N. fi 4 Vai J 1 1559 may 1. M, - - ,QA-gl , IQ N N- M-95 iii we 1 1 N , .,.. , ,N X. e 4: VV- .1 , 1 . Y. 'Dv ina-iv .,3,.,.,Q,f.,...,,. ww-14 r u ,A 4, r mv A 1 -fu -A ,Begg ,hx-muh any 4 ,,w.3w:.J.m fx A1 Q, by It ,.,-1. f.. -:fd-uw f-0.-vs M -e wwf. bsuagw-L21 J, g g,,.,.7, A ,V N. , A W , . R1 f -'Q V Vasu, 1, mf. ,, 1 ., X .,,,sgM..':nw, ' was Mr - xrwwg ..,,: .W 'HI 1 Q: V Nikki mb KWMFMMQ, 4iq,.,,m,.,1q,Hsf,.,a,,:,, f x .4-fmms.zh, MW.. X -ewiwf-v+'7f , 1 .. ,W bf' . r f E f,g' wi -, , -1 Alain 1:.J4'fTP5' li-"P , 5,,:-,tw-infv-1 Culture in Li e. . Without the recognition and understanding ofthe cultural nature of our society, no life which has received educational and social train- ing can be complete. The High School with its spacious and beautiful auditorium lends an atmosphere of dignity to any community gather- ing whether it be an open panel discussion about some city ordinance or another fine play production by high school students. i,.a,v.few-iiauflif-rfe 4. Y 'X H , m . . I 'lf s W L Euclid's projecting personalities prepare to dim the lights for movies at noon. Giving to the student body entertain- ment, enjoyment, and a sense of the Hner aspects of life are the purposes of several organizations at Euclid High School. Running the projector for the students during the last half of each lunch period, members of the movie club give up their free time for their fellow students. One of the many responsibilities of the Student Council is decorating the school each year during the Christmas season. Purchasing several trees and decorating them is not work to these students, it is fun. One of the trees this year was fur- nished with a dress of shades of pink, mostly fushia-a spectacular sight to all who beheld this beauty. Another interesting hobby, pastime or even possible vocation is the education received through the National Forensic League. Under the supervision of Mr. Leonard Robuck, the N.F.L. participated in many types of speech activity. Representatives of all three classes work to bring v yule to Euclid. 98 11ls' fx f - '1'-'-sexi-ew.--:.,-.x - nw 5-an--.-mraxsxlw"'r Red-headed Rita "emotes" a bit in a sampling from an N.F.L contest speech. S E A last-minute warm-up prepares the Cadet Band for their all-school assembly. ork, Practice, Co-operate Under the supervision of Mr. Dale Harper, Euclid High's bands and orches- tra stage entertaining concerts and as- semblies for the community and students. Always striving for perfection from his musical groups, only the best music and musicians are allowed to participate in these activities. A tradition such as end- ing all programs with the Stars and Stripes Forever has started and will continue, featuring the piccolo, trumpet, and trom- bone sections. The audience is rather sur- prised that musical instruments are capa- ble of such a volume! Gaining the necessary experience from the music department, several bands have been organized by industrious students. These bands are for pleasure only and have no connection with the musical pro- gram at Euclid. They obtain jobs to play during the weekends, an enjoyable way to add to their income. A "Bands of To- morrown contest was organized this year for all Greater Cleveland bands of this kind. The Debonaires, which consisted of nine members, entered this contest in the "Large', band division and due to long practices and hard work, achieved the glory of first place in their division. The Rhythm Kings take a last look at the Bands of Tomorrow Contest music 5 L S 5 ,aun- Zff 2.72" 'Q bi-5E2L gL'f:!fiEiZii1.1?JQjfjflfg V6 'iff Q-ff P gf Sfll - w . 'Q :Q iv -1 ag , fl' 'z' r , ,,,-,.:4 -Y 5-Q gg j 'V V -Y' 1.:.:'f.-ii -- ' "Q-emit ' 'T7JQF.Z', 'NTL FL' ,fm --' .-W. 11'-X -.-. Aan N.- ...qn , ers .a- Ks..- -up-W F, if W Q, I , W smt- Qf-' - ff" ,,gLf,w ali' is if .-4 v 1- f r ... 4-F ?S9'!': , ,ALM i --0 's N E 0 'ii un. AA WY V .r fl' N - A Qi, ' ' , A . it U ' f fl-E4 1xf5Q ,, 's-. N Qui 4- .ln - A WWW? Fl E ARTS Cultural talents are gifts from God, and the expression of these abilities is truly a fine art. Realizing this, and the fact that these higher aspects of life have much to donate to one's character, Euclid's ad- ministration has perfected an organized program for their instruction. Through membership in the Choir, Band, Orches- tra and dramatic productions, students are taught how to properly develop their individual talents so that they may utilize them to their fullest extent. Naturally, each personis basic ability varies to a greater or lesser degree, but here at Eu- clid, each student has ample opportunity to advance indefinitely in his particular field. But besides contributing education and personal satisfaction to the actual mem- bers of this department, it also has much to offer to each citizen of our community. Anyone who wishes can relax and enjoy the peace and contentment which are the fruits of these student's endeavors. For in such a way, each voice in the Choir, each player in the band or orchestra, each actor in a dramatic presentation is attempting to share with others the benefits of his work. And in so doing, each is unsus- pectingly furthering his individual. prog- ress as a part of his reward for striving to advance the finer, cultural arts of life. lOl BAND INSTRUCTORS Mr. A. Sydow, Mrs. Walker, Mr. D. Harper, Mr. A. Mitchell. D1 ifffgik V "fi 1 f Exif. E? BAND LIBRARIANS C. Dennis, R. Spies, J. Herrick, M. Pesec 32 , Fi CONCERT BAND The Symphonic Band TROMBONES O. DeSantis R. Gezann C. Hocevar D. Morgan D. Rinehart J. Ryba L. Sauvageot L. Sauvageot B. Wight P. Worley SAXOPHONES D. Folk W. Grisard K. Kessler C. Krueger N. Pokorny ALTO CLARINETS J. Borgsteadt B. Carlton BASS CLARINETS J. Herrick H. Moles TRUMPETS R. Andrews R. Brown W. Delly J. DiCuccio L. Garrett L. Hammel R. Hurlbert C. Kirk R. Kuhar J. Plaggemier R. Vidulich BARITONES H. Berlo F. Breen R. Rinehart DRUMS B. Bozich B. Delly R. James M. Larkin W. Mitchel C. Perkins M. Pesec . Culture in Concert FLUTES CLARINETS K. Beutell T. Bauer A. Crone J. BCCkCr S. Morgenstern C. Clarke J. Schmeltzer D- Douglass L. Schultz J. Geyer E. Skodlar M. Howard J. Smith J- Lilley S, Weaver J. Lindblad M. Patrick TENOR SAXES A- Primo w. Granville D- Roberts J. Papas K. Schoenbeck E. Strauss C. Sweeder OBOES N' Cam? BASSOONS C' Dennis J. Derbaum J' Golob S. Forker J. Tapp FRENCH HORNS M. Thompson L. Gronert L. Mateyka TUBAS B. Paik G. Allar L. Reed K. Gibb D. Schonauer P. Howard R. Spies N. Wilberschied 103 The adjective used to describe the Eu- clid High Concert Band could only be superb. Even though the Band ranks high in the State, it is always reaching towards a higher degree of perfection. All work and no play certainly does not apply to the band, for a band trip alone serves to lighten the tension that may arise before a contest. Even a night rehearsal turns out to be enjoyable after "Uncle Dale" fin- ishes one of his on-the-spot jokes.Working individuals, the backbone of the band, are often the Top Sergeants and Board of Directors. This group composed of elec- ted band members has the job of keeping the band running smoothly, and judging "punishment" when necessary. No one could forget how the quarters seemed to add up because of carelessness in forget- ting a folder. But a band without music is impossible, and so Euclid's never is. Four librarians search the files thoroughly hunting for a lost clarinet part, and, not succeeding in iinding it, finally ordering a new one. Worse than a band without mu- sic is a band without a director, but Mr. Harper and his three able assistants al- ways come through. Between planning shows, and giving lessons. they always see that the band continues to play music oftop quality. These and many more con- tributions are needed to produce this out- standing group at Euclid High. BAND SERGEANTS Row 1: W. Mitchell, M. Larkin, J. Smith, M. Pesec, R. Kuhar Row 2: H. Berlo, Top Sergeant, D. Roberts, B. Bozich, T. Bauer l i w I ORCHESTRA Row 1: L. Mateyka, C. Aronson, L. Johnson, P. Brown, C. Caponigro, D. Wilson, S. Forker, M. Tuhacek, W. Hayes, N. Berger. Row'2: A. Macarol, K. Beutell,B. Hale, J. Cochran, V. Klima, J. Lindblad, J. Herrick, T. Bauer, M, Nglson, J, Borgstendt, Row 35 M, Payer, G, Allar, J. Wonnacott, T. Tewell, L. Garrett, L. Hammell, C. Hoce var, R. Spies, B. Tolar, P. Miles. Sophomores, Strings, And Surfing Marches . CADET BAND Row 1: B. Hale C. Lindquist, L. Mateyka, D. Plesnicar, J. Cochran, M. Mitchell, S. Rodd, M. Neilson. Row 2: V. Klima, R. Biondi, G. Gibson, H. Borthwick. C. Mace, D. Semick, T. Arko, M. Frain, M. Ginasi, D. Delsanter, D. Novak, B. Shrewsbury, P. Hall. Row 4: R. Fross, F. Gonso, J- Wonacott, D. DeMa1'co, D. Jones, J. Kuchera, L. Chompa, R. Daugherty, N. Fields, S. Gruden. Row 5: B. Knoxs, T. Vardian, K. Auftenhouse T. Tull, D. Larkin. 3 KAN Row 1: J. Herrick, J. Smith, C. Dennis, K. Beutell, J. Lindblad, N. Pokorny, B. Carlton, M. Thompson, H. Moles. Row 2: T. Bauer, J. Becker, M. Horwitz, K. Schoenbeck, D. Roberts, B. Delly, G. Allar, L. Garrett, W. Granville, L. Mateyka. Raw 3: H. Berlo, B. Delly, R. Kuhar, C. Perkins, M. Pesec, W. Mitchell, D. Douglass. - - The musical vibrations that echo the halls are not always from the Concert Band, but possibly from the Orchestra, Cadet or Pit Band. Every Friday the vi- D. Bush, S. Holmes, P. Hensel, L. Greenberg. Row 3: R. Schultz, D. Homer, brating tcmes extend from the Corridor A. Aljancic, T. Krueger, B. Nelson, D. Dicks, B. Dodds, J. Turk, D. Koskinen, to the auditorium when the Pit Band N. Presly, B. Gresdale, L. Novak, Mr. D. Harper, G. Canfield, E. Grodt, D. Mog, Stfjkgs up an Qmhugjastic mal-Ch, On the other hand, the finer side of music is found in the Orchestra. These are the in- strumental organizations that make Eu- clid's music department so outstanding. Mr. Harper seems pleased while his tenth-graders finish the "Stars and Stripes." 1 s 105 1 g n . - - 1 , ' - f-Y J 4 ' ' Q ' '-1 ' Law Q- n ..f. . V' i Q ,V , ,ak .1 ,M ,, , .... . " l A . 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' , f V X A r fm"es:Y: "' 'Riff :L-X -'-.- '1x1-':--- ' A+: 1: " X- . . 5 .. ., tn:-f'1t-Q? .ifinsx:,-:..- .,Ai..'5szp.a1.w. -,1T..s1twW'- fr ' iii, -W' W uk - - Euclid's marching band opens Except for the faint humming of 'LHere Comes the Bride," the bus remained silent as Mr. Harper proudly led Nance Carney down the aisle. The "mock,' wedding which took place on the bus to Willoughby certainly was a gala affair. This year's Marching Band witnessed many unusual experiences, including the last game of the sea- son which practically "snowed', them off the field. But weather was only a trivial factor to the Marching Band, for in rain, snow, or sunshine, they were always on the job putting on new and original half-time shows each week. The spirit of the group was exemplified a few minutes before each game as the Band replied to the top sergeant's question, f'What are we going to do?" with a loud and clear answer, "March them off the field." "Uncle Dale" is so nervous he has to hold on. with its traditional greeting. Down in front! The band took "boughs" all season and now they decorate them. l06 High pirit . . . High Steppers A .41 4 xx' 4 W. X 1 f ' , Q 3 Q A """ F 'Q While the snow storm swirled, the majorettes twirled. Flashing gay smiles and twirling, shining batons, Euclid's major- ettes stepped proudly and grandly to the line music supplied by our band. Often our high-steppers marched through long and hard hours of practice, many times opening the school in the morning and being the last to close the door at night. Taking an active part in the half-time program of each football game, the girls would be watched and pitied by many freezing fans, and with chattering teeth, the crowd would HEAD MAJQREUES cheer their praise of the twirlers, endurance. Euclid High's Marching Irene Wolff and Kathy Haas Majorettes-hard working and precise. MARCHING MAJORETTES H. Schiemann, J. Skok, A. Rancont, P. Doyle, J. Jones, I. Wolif, K. Haas, D. Mika, J. Sajevic, B. Haffey, J. Fischer, S. Rossoll. B? a'h vga X N i - 'wig - , fs ' W , wi gf- xg N E sg 1 x , E wk . E , Qi.: E 1 ' 4 ., QA he SEQ! ' -, c, i, w T :Q T f X f' fi if, . j1YS.:5 . - fi ' ' , X 1 QQ. ez I X v fkzq- . '- -- es sn-4 sf J 'Mb , . , , .K A '-x,. ...,. v,- .. gg: . , gn. ,.2Rfe:i,,'fxg3,: -gl ant., g.gs,?,A? 4 ' ,' if .r Q i is .JC Xe xwwi 4? 1 I.. 'X-Q -QQ l X Euclid this year and the Masters worked f J Nowacek President. l' 9.41-sfsPmC1nff5f-Q -- CHORAL MASTERS Row 1: C. Braden, C. Turner, J. Jones, L. Gorslene, M. Bell, J. Ryba, L. Petrick, C. Tkatch, J. Sims, B. Fiorelleg Row 2: K. McPeek, J. Norsic, J. McKibben, C. Daugherty, W. Custard, R. Gauch, B. Tolar, P. Miles, R. Stamm, C. Millerg Row 3: D. Peek, R. Fulton, B. Ostkar, J. Nowacek, D. Carpenter, L. McLaughlin, D. Morgan, D. Lee, Lee, N. Beran, J. Zevnikg Row 4: J. Kulka, B. Patrycy, B. Sceranka. W. Rider, W. Burlingham, R. Suhar, D. Lan- ser, D, Koss, R. Monroe, I, Wolff, Row 5: J. Peattie, F. Greenway, D. Allsopp, E. Campana, T. Berger, T. Constan- tine, L. Stevens. W. Gorse, D. Dolch, P. Tyler, D. Lindstrom, J. LaTour, M. Fridley, P. Proudfoot. Notes on a High Having the distinction of being the first members of this vocal group, the Euclid Choral Masters made their way into the hearts of people for miles around on wings of song. Besides rehearsing the second period each day, these vocalists discussed everything from Governor Faubus's wife to the raising of funds for a portable piano for Cosmo. But a new piano was added to on. Recordings were taped at perform- ances so that weak points could be ob- OFHCERS served and corrected. One thing was B Ostkar V. President: L. Stevens, Treasurer, D. Lee, Secretary, Observed for Sure: Bonnie Tolar Certainly could play the chimes! Though fun was frequent, the Masters were all proudly and happily dedicated to the welfare of the en- tire group. Through the efforts of their Director, Mr. Taylor, alias Mr. "T," this organization became an excellent example of unity and service at Euclid. l0S V' f---f nf' J The camera interrupts as flowers are presented. Euclid Choral Masters nuvnvfw-n-.4-vfrw.-nm .. 5 C 1' ". . . Thy will be done eleven pipers piping . . ." 'Qt X, 1 Q 4 .- xi ' DIRECTOR AND ACCOMPANIST Mr. Sam Taylor and Dick Wilson 109 AAA A EUCLID CHOIR Row 1: K. Pretnar, M. Smith, D. Ingram, L. McCormack, D. Margo, T. Bizzari, J. Bubonics, P. Muscenti, G. Da- vid, M. Schultz: Row 2: A. Gessic, B, Hunt, C. Colonna, S. Turk, R. Hunter, R. Ullom, D. Smith, R. Carlson, A. Tarantino, R. Yaneg Row 3: C, Misich, M. Bauer, N. Holmes, M. Stasienko, P. Esposito, G. Soeder, J. Chinchar, B. Palmer, G. Nowacek, J. Glinsek, G. Siat, C. Ropos. rf - wg :H X MUSIC and Rehearsal . .lft i I J ' .,i . 1: '. I V 1 .x V. . X. 5 I ' 1 1' 5 -12353 . 1 I , . k . . . A N.,-.. -,..,..... 1 .J V. -, um PHS:- Y X ,, 'a f sf.: ' ff.. I A.. tl ,E 'S . wt fi 'I Y. , . .. Q. g .,,. . - f . .g. 5 335. f, " ' i . I OFFICERS R Hunter, Treasurer, A. Tarantino, Vice President, Schultz, Presidentg N. Holmes, Secretary. Without a song? This year Euclid Choir combined all the advances made in music through the centuries and provided our school with many enjoyable hours of en- tertainment. The members of this organi- zation had the honor of carrying on the choir name, the traditional vocal group at Euclid. They were also fortunate to be the first ones to ever find the lost chord- their lone tenor, Ron Ullem. But every voice played an important part in the suc- cess ofthe group, success in making music and its interpretation a more living part of E. H. S. M. MIXED ENSEMBLE Row I: C. Daugherty, C. Braden, P. Miles. Row 2: C. Tkatch, D. Allsopp, R. Stamm. Row 3: R. Moeller, D. Morgan, J. Ryba, W. Custard. Row 4: J. Nowacek, P. Tyler, R. Suhar, W. Burling- ham, A. McLaughlin. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Row I: K. Ress, S. Skranc, J. Rider, D. Unterberger, S. Spencer, M. Pohto, S. Stakich, S. Peters, D. Farrill, R Rini, S. Strong, J. Cimperman, L. Valduga, S. Iaefelice, M. Fedor, C. Shurilla, A. Sokolg Row 2: S. Sutphin, G Hammond, C. Anderson, L. Krasne, L. Knack, C. MacDougall, E. Katosic, C. Williams, M. Hamilton, K. Peter- son, J. Milenoch, I. Rakas, K. Garland, S. Thies, S. Gault, S. Smith, S. McGill, G. Judson, Row 3: F. Schroll, P Goryanes, P. Thompson, D. Prudish, C. Bakos, J. Shaughnessy, P. Petrovic, J. Fowler, M. Turk, D. Langmeyer J. Fern, C. Kelly, J. Rech, B. Tolar, N. Gerl, S. Shea, J. Jenkins, C. Znidarsicg Row 4: K. Wanchik, D. Elliot, S. Boyd, M. Leonhardt, P. Sulak, K. Kessler, F. Cercek, B. Katanik, P. Peterlin, D. Znidarsic, M. Zagorc, T. Barden, M. Shea, M. Schroeder, S. Haas, R. Twitchell, A. Atran. Entertainment for A11 CADET CHOIR Row 1: C.White, S. Steranka, R. Voss, C. Baginski, C.Werleyg Row 2: S. Lewis, L.Vi0lanti, C. Forsberg, J. Craw- ford, J. Babnik, D. Petersen, P. Cutcher, Row 3: M. Miller, P. Krieger, P. Magalenga, J. Vadnal, G. Okorn, D Carpenter, B. Messina, Row 4: J. Kriet, C. Glubaskas, C. McCuiston, R. Yidnock, J. Schulze, R. Petro, J. Burns, V. Vale, Row 5: J. Zakraysek, C. Cercek, K. Blow, J. Ferguson, D. Neumore, T. Ellery, A. Agrin, P. Duty, D Riebe. I . . V . , S, . .Mig 1 2 ' 5 Q 3 s x . FALL PLAY CAST Nancy Willard Charlie Stewart Parker Burnett Nathaniel Coombs Margaret Rocky Irv Officer Morrison Miss Augusta Ames Ambulance Driver Ass't Driver Molly Nance Carney Fred Fantini Chris Capanigro Jerry Goldlust Carolyn Kelly Joe Kenyon Neil Wicai Jim Young Rita Fulton Judy Glinsek Debbie Gray An Johnson Row 1: F. Fantini, J. Goldlust, C. Capanigro, N. Carney, Row 2: B. Monroe, J. Glinsek, C. Kellyg Row 3: N. Wicai, D. Grey, A. Johnson, R. Fulton. The nervous actors took a final glance at their lines, Student Director Bobbi Monroe chewed off her last fingernail, and the curtain went up on "Grammercy Crhostf' this year's fall play. Even though backstage life was hectic, as Fred Fantini dashed all over town for flowers for Nancy Carney. leading lady, the only hint to the audience was a late curtain-raising. But the delay certainly proved worthwhile, for Director Mr. Robuck and his crew presented a play which was the most highly attended and profitable one in Euclid High's history. Uutstanding Almost relaxed at the end of the play, "Maybe we should go back up there where we belong." 112 Ez' You name it, we'll smear ,em. 'T -..y For a job well done Dramatists of Euclid . . . Thespians FALL PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF Raw 1: R. Fulton, P. Gregory, C. Takacs, R. Monroe, J. Tapp, P. Miles: Row 2: A. Johnson, B. Lanning, P. Tomc M. Shirk, A. Klich, B. Tolar, C. MacDougallg Row3: C. Yaichner, M. McBroom, S. Forker, M. Ginaisi, R. Stamm C. Crumq Row 4: C. Copanigro, J. Vaigl, J. Young, N. Wicai, R. Murphy, M. Bell, R. Gauch. Y ' V5-57' 'T 'gr -A f-2:2-v-i-Hg: - -. j ,I Q, 3 1 r -3 f?1f'f2::115 1 is f - . fr-v1,3-55,3 ,: i X. A - I J f ff .jvf X M- ,233 A -nw. :M .xg 'CCW' xv .EN X15 - .gggwxy -v . Nix -.gszm-www, -z if MNWXQW' Y -IAN' '-IN 1 ' Ml Xu wXWNM:w"' . u-.zfm'mxz-X:fw- iff M., fwfrwf 1 1 f, W .:'.EWq::.giby1. ff X95-,ig Nm K ' WB .N-W -A 919155 yn MN:- , ww WN .g , s-jyvgf 'A www, . , 3 QNX? V W-W. W ,.. km A. . . .. ww NX ,HX . QQ,-W.A.:x fw..,X.5f. - wifi- -,-B555 R.-.1,,y, .wav Na N ... 1 X Q..-X-. ymjl .,.,,.5, , q.-Mi N MSW-, . . .X X . ,X . ,W . mv .cg ,lm 5 x 3 ZA,-w xfzxf' . x ls X. 5 , NA. Q. :ax-. ' ,qw- NNN. K X X i .-Mali N , , ,Q -Wu-.v-xvm-NW" if - 1 -- ...M Wm- ,- A .S s X., 1. W.. X.. iii , A A. 'wi v .HW Miwyivi Ai. wi .W QQ CDRGANIZATICD Catering to the special want of each individual student, Euclid High is well supplied with many and varied clubs. Striving to develop the social poise of the participants, the predominate aim of these organizations is to develop pre- paredness for future social life, and the character, and reliability of the partic- ipant. Two types of clubs are open to membershipg the social clubs which pro- vide students with the art of getting along and making friends, and clubs which per- form various functions vital to the school. Showing the students the benefits of co- operation'and parliamentary procedure, these clubs develop a sense of responsi- bility in their members. The school and community benefited from the valuable service offered them by organizations but the individual was truly rewarded by gaining experience helpful in later life. ll5 ff: it ll' I I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row 1: R. Hunston. M. Shirk, J. Lucas, H. Moles Ron 7 D Koss J Buchar J McK1bben N Pokorny Row3 D. Doley.A.Gessic, D. I-indstrom,J.LaTour Ram 4 C Palmer R Hurlbert J Rogosch H Berlo A Youngberg Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Servrce National Honor Society As January creeps up each year, it is not unusual for the neighborhood mailman to make his Way to a door which is suddenly opened by an excited Senior High Student. Though the puzzled mailman walks away wondering, this action is very understand- able, for each student, however doubtful he may be, anxiously anticipates receiving a letter of acceptance into the National Honor Society. Being a distinguished hon- or, it is received by only those select few who have truly served our school and have outstanding traits of leadership, scholar- ship, and character. For these few, the shrieks of surprise and the tears ofjoy will be long-treasured memories of their high school days. OFFICERS J. Mcliibben, Treasurcrg D. Lindstrom, Secre- tary: H. Berlo, V. President: J. Rogosch, Pres- ident. OFFICERS D. Koss, Presidentg D, Clink, Treasurerg J Buchar, V. Presidentg D. Lee, Secretary. An honor society for seniors outstand- ing in the field ofjournalism, International Quill and Scroll initiates a number of qualihed students at their annual banquet each spring. With an entertaining guest speaker from one of the metropolitan newspapers, delicious food. and the pres- entation of achievement awards. the eve- ning proves a memorable one for all. I.Q.S. pins are worn with pride and rec- ognized as a symbol of service to the school. Outstanding ournahstic Ablltty International Quill and Scroll INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL Rowl P Doyle P Gregory M Larkin J Battung Ron 2 D Koss, N. Pokorny, L. Davis, B. Brooks, J. Bucharg Row3 A Youngberg D Clmk P Perme M Terrell D Gauch J. Hult. . . .- sw -'-' '- :ful "Point of order!" This would undoubtedly be the voice of the Parliamentarian, for to most other members ofthe Student Council, the meeting pro- cedure was a maze, complicated and impossible to solve. Yes, Student Council had big problems within itself besides those presented by the entire student body. To meet and overcome these perf plexing situations, it was customary to appoint committees to work out a solution. Typical of these was the garden committee, remember coun- cil members, for the removal of weeds? Through experience on committees and in general sessions STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS D. Lee, Secretaryg A. Youngberg, President, N. Carney, Vice President, J. Becker, Treasurer. turity. EXECUTIVE BOARD Row 1: N. Beran, A. Eckert, D. Lee, lvl. Larkin, Row 2: N. Link, J. Buchar, N. Carney, I. Wolff, with this, the government of E. H. S., many stu- dents were fortunate enough to add this knowl- edge of democratic living to their ever-growing storehouse of experiences which led them to ma- Service to D. Koss, Row 3: R. Wight, A. Youngberg, W. Nelson, R. Stojetz, D. Doley. soolcsroke wolucens 1 V. Macheta J, Cipouo C. Schoeder D, Fuller T S K. Overberger H, M01-gan Qi K' R- York L. Gabowitz ji B. Bootz M. Shirk 2 fi, T. Sivia S if .i Sp 1 3 3 i With smiles and supplies the bookstore workers provided Euclid students with materials for the day's classes. I FLOOR 1 ,Lpf 4 ,2 . nz, fr!! Room secretaries await any errand which may arise. Hall Guards Check for hall P35565- ROOM SECRETARIES HALL GUARD CAPTAINS M. Terrell A. Primo C. Palmer J. Kuchta M. Schael K. Toth B. Murphy B. Cinco B. Makan C. Telling C. Thomacy J. Yanchar J. Koeth J. Turk B. Sumner A. Johnson J. Wintour L. Berger B. Paz ithe School . . . tudent Council STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: M. Patrick, N. Link, C. Langa, L. Karlin, J. Cimperman, K. Ress, S. Steranka, S. Gault. D. Rammel, B. Evans, J. Turk, N. Bohinc, S. Carroll, J. Koeth, J. Lucas: Row 2: K. McMahon, A. Kapel, P. Goryanes. J. Sajevic, P. Brady, L. Bartholomew, S. Bizily, D. Hitty, R. Fulton, A. Eckert, S. Galaba, M. Colantonio. L. Berger. J. Turk, C. MacDougall: Row 3: K. Osberg, J. Buchar, D. Koss, S. Sutphin, J. Dudley, S. Overman. P. James. D. Elliot, K. Wanchik. J. Glinsek, L. Davis. N. Carney, B. Poznik, K. Bartell. G. Hammond: Row 4: J. Marsh, H. Berlo, M. Barcalow, M. Skeivis, W. Nelson, M. Patrich, B. Komyati, C. Bahir, E. Uncapher. C. Crennel, J. Browning, M. Shea, D. Znidarsic, D. Zackel, P. Schlarb: Row 5: A. Youngberg, L. Jonassen. W. Graafmeyer. D. Nemeth. A. McLaughlin, R. Schneider, R. Speel, R. Rogosch, R. Wright, K. Wicks, R. Stojetz, T. French, J. Petrick, R. Patrich. 'Do EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF Row 1: B. Monroe, B. Ostkar, D. Koss, H. Moles, D. Leeg Row 2: D. Doley, J. Buchar, L. Davis, N. Beran, I. Wolff, A. Gessic: Row 3: D. Roberts, L. McLaughlin, A. Macarol, B. Nelson, D. Lindstrom, H. Berlo. Capturing Memories of Laughter, Work, Gathering every possible resource and putting it to use, the Euclidian Editorial Staff joined together to reach their com- mon goal-the best yearbook Euclid High had ever published. During the summer months and continuing throughout the year, each staff member took great pride in taking part in the creation and comple- tion of the 1958 Euclidian. Working as a group they became one big "family" as they found time for such social events as beach parties, picnics, Hoat making, a pro- gressive dinner, working in the closet, sledding, housecleaning, along with the final farewell dinner. These memories of good times will always be recalled along with the remembrance of their last minute rush at deadline time and the "name searching" for that one person they couldn't identify. The top position, when recalling these Euclidian days, is held by the person who made work so much more enjoyable by keeping the will to strive for perfection live in their hearts and on their minds-Mr. Gene Pillot. The unforget- table experiences and problems faced by this publication team made the yearbook a part of some lives while others found it was their life. Business Staffs EUCLIDIAN EDITORS D. Doley, D. Koss, J. Buchar, W. Nelson, H. Moles, L. Davis, A. Gessic, S. Galaba, D. Lee, D. Roberts, H. Berlo. 7 vs. ,K :ar K-3 ,ex 120 EUCLIDIAN MANAGERS Row 1: A. Tarantino, B. Tolar, D. Thronberens. Row 2: A. Zayatz, J. Smith, K. Kish. Raw 3: D. Clink, Bus. Manager, B. Brooks, M. Keyes. The weeks of sleepless nights and end- less days of counting and recounting mon- ey were not in vain as this year's Euclidian Business Staff reached a record goal of 1900 subscriptions. Each morning, noon. and night, this staff was on the job work- ing to raise the money necessary to pay for the production ofthe 1958 Euclidian. This work wasn't confined to the staff alone, for the student body was given the chance to do its share too, by selling ads to the community and its merchants. Along with the raising of these funds they also found time to plan our school record and see to it that each student received his yearbook. and Friendship . . . Euclidian Editorial and EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF Row 1: C. MacDougall, A. Tarantino, B. Tolar, J. Lucas, J. Cipollog Row 2: J. Prezby, J. Usalis, J. Smith D Thronberens, K. Kish, C. Turk, Row 3: D. Clink, A. Zayatz, B. Brooks, E. Palcic, M. Keyes. pllunnuxnn- P 3 , mv , Row 1: J. Zevnik, A. Lanese, M. Lar Petrick, C. Grambergg Row 3: S. Pow Barcalow, D. Lindstrom, J. Maresh, J. Iii. fda I rv----1 av!!! riff ""r EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Myra Larkin, Editor-in-Chief of the Survey. Headlines-date lines-by-lines. The click of typewriter keys and the sudden flash of a camera were just two ofthe sights and sounds which made Euclid's Survey the best roundup of news in these parts. Lassoing information on everything from student polls to alumni news, this year's staff could corral any interesting story. The range of appeal grew this year as color became more prominent. F SURVEY EDITORS Row 1: J. Sims, M. Larkin, N. Beeke. Row 2: D. Lindstrom C Gramberg, J. Zevnik, M. Barcalow. Row 3: A. Youngberg B O'Mara, J. Hult. Facts, Features, and Funds SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF kin, S. Carroll, P. Gregory, Row 2: M. Person, B. Evans, C. Krueger, L. ell, J. Sims, L. Berger, N. Beeke, L. Abrams: Row 4: A. Youngberg, M. I-Iult, J. Rogosch. SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF Row 1: N. Costello, R. Hunston, J. Turk, J. Geyer, B. Hunt, J. Fochtg Raw 2: D. Raminel, K. Horrocks, C. Tur ner, J. Turk, L. Judiceg Row 3: S. Bouse, M. Pesec, N. Pokorny, M. Terrell, J. Fatur, M. Turk, Row 4: B. Swartz Welder, P. Perme, J. Papes, D. Smith, T. Bauer, J. Plaggmier. Survey Editorial and Business Staffs SURVEY BUSINESS MANAGERS "Watch the rnarginslw This war cry of the '57-'58 staff can be heard as each issue comes thundering off the press. But the publication would be impossible if it weren't for the elforts of this group, dili- gently selling advertisements and sub- scriptions to raise funds. Their really big job, though, was to see that each subscrib- er received his Survey every two weeks. Row l: J. Geyer, J. Fatur, N. Costello. Row 2: B. Swartzwelder M. Terrell, N. Pokorny. Row 3: P. Perme, J. Papes, R. Gauch 123 G K ii Row I: P. Gregory, J. Turk, A. Tarantino, P. Miles, D. Rammel, C. Braden, A. Primo, J. Mulhall: Row 2: D. Koss, B. Hunt, R. Hunston C Daugherty, J. McKib,ben, C. Turner, L. Gorslene, M. Shirk, B. Tolar, G. Mathsong Row 3: K. Kish, J. Barnes, N. Carney, M. Colantonio M. Turk, R. Stamm, D. Thronberens, J. Sims, I. Anderson, V. Davis, G. Siatp Row 4: R. Gauch, M. McPherson, S. Bouse, N. Holmes J Herrick, L. Davis, I. Wolff, M. Dunn,C. Hunter, J. Buchar, J. Glinsek, K.FletCher, H.Molesg Row 5: D. Clink, V. Walker, D. Lindstrom M. Terrell, J.'LaTour, P. Perme, J. Znidarsic, E. Abrams, E. McCormack, N. Pokorny, M. Pesec, T. Bletcher. Future Teachers of America F EXECUTIVE BOARD il Raw 1: B. Mulford, P. Miles, R. Hunston, President. Row 2: D. Koss, B. Carlton, G. Siat, H. Moles. Row 3: L. McCormack, B. Tolar, J. Barnes, K. Beutel. Row 4: M. Terrell, F. Greenway, J. Herrick, M. McPherson. A i J Il I Q j . ll. l'I i l l l2 Future Teachers of America, or as it is more commonly called, F. T. A. is com- posed of students who believe teaching will be their lifetime profession. These members carefully plan aliiairs for this na- tional organization and Hnd for them- selves enjoyment and many unforgettable experiences. Such opportunities as sub- stituting in grade schools provides occa- sions to become better acquainted with the teaching profession. Our chapter, be- ing one ofthe largest in Greater Cleve- land, gives its members a "taste" of teaching in its truest form and can be credited with helping to produce many line teachers. Q, J 6:4 lhggug JUNIOR F.T.A. Row 1: C. Krueger, K. Beutell, P. Tome, S. Cameron, L. Domin, J. Coleman, N. Burroughs, M. Williams, J. Brunclic, C. Harris: Row 2: L. McCormack, B. Mulforcl, J. Betts, K. Horrocks, C. Colonna, D. Rossow, L. Jaffrey, L. Bartholomew, J. I-lolzmer, J. Klosky, K. Raasch: Row 3: D. Weiss, J. Sajevic, J. Surckla, G. David, J. Tapp, N. Foy, N. McKnight, C. Hines, C. MacDougrill, K. Pretnar, N. Berang Row 4: L. Judice, F. Schroll, M. Nagode, J. Lilley, J. Prezby, B. Sceranka, M. Person, J. Browning, C. Kubala, M. Mullen, S. Forker: Row 5: B. Evans, M. Grimm, L. Petrick, S. Weaver, D. Bisbee, L. Wilkes. B. Haffey, R. Baker, F. Greenway, C. Crum, M. Barcalow. Preparing the Instructors of Tomorrow . . . SOPHOMORE F.T.A. Row 1: J. Schuler, A. Click, M. Pohto, N. Bohinc, L. Wellington, C. Shurilla, C. Mahaneyg Row 2: J. Zakrajsek, P. Magalenga, C. White. G. Wheatherly, T. Lisch, P. Ryan, M. Nelson, S. Overmang Row 3: B. Tolar, S. Gault, K. Garland, M. Poyser, V. Vale, M. Tuhacek, C. Aronsong Row 4: P. Sharp, R. Carlson, S. Sutphin, J. Fern, N.Gerl, J. Burnes, G. Gibson, V. Klimag Row 5: B.Fleck, P. Schlarb,C. Cersek, M. Zagar, C. Znidarsic, C. Pierce, C. Glubaskas, R. Ryan. wxf f , ,F if ii Q' ' " F , if -"9 -'Z v,r'Q'-rf", Ci 'i 11:55 sr X N 5 1- xx -. I f ll .. ! if U N.: - -if A NTS. . ts' sn 5.-sq: ., N 9 N F The International Key Club is an or- ganizanon of young rnen sponsored by the Kiwanis Clubs all over the world. They are dedicated to the service of God, counuy,xmooLandconununny.TheEu- clid Club has done much for this school, not only in service, but by adding to the spint as welL They have sold over 1200 Panther btntons, presented their annual Key Club assembly, and again built another outstanding Homecoming Hoat. Always working for the betterment of the school and community, these thirty-eight boys have car washes and otherrnoney- raising projects to provide things like Christmas baskets to needy families. The State convention of Ohio Key Club was held at Euclid Senior High this year. This gathering was representative of the many honors which this organization has broughtto ourschooL Serving the Communit . . . Key Club KEY CLUB Row I: M. Bell, G. Nowacek, B. Kosman, S. Waterwash, D. Bathory, C. Neylon, R. Lewis, Row 2: J. Wonnacott P. Mushinko, D. Clink, D. Gauch, C. McCuiston, W. Hunt, R. Patrick, J. Przybysg Row 3: L. Stevens, J. Forstner D. Schmidt, B. Knox, B. Hocevar, B. Rogosh, M. Mandellg Row 4: H. Berlo, W. Nelson, J. Plaggemier, T. Krue ger, J. Becvar, J. Wood, L. Backus, J. Ruveng Row 5: T. Bills, K. Wicks, D. Smith, B. Lewin, C. Owens, D. Daus J. Maresh. 5 1 1 i 13'-3: - Z- ' vu'-,N '51, 'Qi 7 " I fl: N. . ,431 Row I: C. Thomas, V. Milenoch, H L. Judice, B. Sumner, C. Jaynes, C S. Gibbs, K. Miehe, R. Fulton, E. Grdanc, L. Demmerle, M. Boyle, mier, J. Marsh, N. Wilberschied, Asia IS good for something besides flu! The World Affairs Club came to that con- clusion after thorough discussion on this year's topic, S'The Far East." Of extreme value to this organization was Mrs. Stew- art's first-hand information and personal touch of color discovered only through actual experience. From World Affairs, these students attain beneficial knowledge which will aid them greatly in adult life. One of the newest clubs at Euclid is the Foremenls Club, which has been organ- ized for three years. Small, but growing rapidly, the students are interested in in- dustrial arts and mechanical drawing. The club's purpose is to promote leadership in industrial arts classes and prepare mem- bers for future years as possible foremen in factories. Students in this Club teach and assist pupils in mechanical drawing classes. Field trips and well-planned as- semblies, featuring interesting speakers are part ofthe Foremen's Clubs' activities. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB Borthwick, S. Boyd, N. Burroughs, J. Budas, C. Baginskig Row 2: P. Gregory . Wallace, L. Petrick, S. Cameron, S. Montgomeryg Row 3: B. Hunt, P. Miles, Szegedy, C. Cerney, L. Bartholomew, J. Wheeler, Row 4: N. Pokorny, M Hunston, C. Milligan, L. Abrams, K. Fletcher, Row 5: J. Kenyon, J. Plagge Fuller, R. Brown, O. DeSantis, R. Gauch. FOREMEN'S CLUB Row 1: A. Scott, A. Hava, J. Hult. Row 2: J. Huncharek, K. Majcen, Presidentg P. Dragas. Row 3: T. Moore, J. Greaves, R.Katona. 'V 1 SPIRITS Row 1: J. Geyer, D. Koss, S. Galaba, M. Larkin, J. Lucas, P. Gregoryg Row 2: A. Gessic, C. Miller K McPeek J Buchar, I. Woltlvg Row 3: D. Williams, R. Bloom, D. Green: Row 4: A. Youngberg, R. Schnieder C Palmer President, J. Rombouts. Promoting Pride in Our chool . . The Spirits Club Spooks are swarming at E. H. S. lt's meeting time again for the silent spirit boo-sters of Euclid. The Spirits Club has a big job at Euclid. These spooks invade the graveyard of dead spirit and rouse it so that enthusiasm is strong in our school. Many problems were solved with some- times humorous results when members tried to meet this challenge and still keep their identities secret. Funnier still were the moans and sighs of their enthusiastic artist, Bobbie Monroe, who almost had many a nervous breakdown trying to think of ways to conceal her well-known method of drawing the old stand-by, bo- logna letters! Who will ever forget the ex- tremes gone to so that no one would have a GHOST of an idea of the identity ofthe Spirits Club, the club of the unknown. President Carl Palmer leads discussion about Panther of the Week zs av- u 128 RX .sw , ses. - 3, ' 9 umm Y K h . ,, 4. , fi Q.. xx AM -- ., . Q' IX? .. .. 1 ev- e -. fzrzgg- 1. 1 ' X . s N erf- '-" -.1 ' N.. fx. .Q-as s. Fred Fantini, President, seems to have missed a good laugh. Members of any Thespian group indeed are talented and the active Thespians here at Euclid have displayed this quality again and again. These students have portrayed many characters, anything from a ghost to a young, sharp-tongued tom-girl. Aside from all the time spent on stage, this year's Thespians found they were also quite good when it came to lloat-making by taking Hrst place in our annual Home- coming Parade. To be a Thespian is the goal of many Euclid students and those who have attained this honor have fond memories of their annual banquet when they received a lovely silver, jewelled pin as a sign of their achievment. Outstanding Dramatists of Euclid . . Thespians THESPIANS Row 1: B. Tolar, R. Fulton, J. Lucas, M. Shirkg Row 2: J. Vaigl, C. Misich, B. Poznik, K. McPeek, N. Carneyg Row 3: F. Fantini, President, R. Gauch, D. Roberts, Row 4: J. Young, L. McLaughlin, J. Goldlust, H. Berlo, C. Yaichner - Sbwsfiik: 'T'7i"' "-'79, 129 x Euclicl's Honorary Athletes and Orators .N.A.S.S. and N.F.L. Brawn on the field plus brain in the classroom equals membership in the Na- tional Athletic Scholarship Society. These rigid qualifications, met only by four boys this year, give incentive to underclassmen not only to improve athletic skills, but also to advance scholastically. Rated on sportsmanship, ability, and conduct around school, the ones chosen are then inducted at an impressive ceremony at the end of the school year. Whether a debater's opening is humor- ous or serious, his speech unfailably brings honor and praise to Euclid High. The members of National Forensic League are fortunate to have exceptional speaking abilities which are encouraged and culti- vated by this organization. These students, anxious to take advantage ofthe experi- ences ollered them, participate in enjoy- able and educational bus trips as the troop seeks another first place. NAT'L FORENSIC LEAGUE NAT'L ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Row 1: Stan Sak, Ken Ross. Row 2: John Rogosch, Barry Richards Row 1: D. Farrill, B. Tolar, M. Shirk, President, R. Fulton, B. DuRoseg Row 2: A. Klich, A. Crone, J. Burns, J. Tapp, D. Elliot, M. Gianasig Row 3: N. Carney, A. Johnson, K. McPeek, S. Forker, M. Grimmg Row 4: K. Ste- vens, C. Crum, C. Pierce, D. Zackel, P. Sulakg Row 5: T. Bletcher, D. Bathory, J. Kenyon, F. Fantini, J. Marsh, D. Fuller. 130 l K NT 2.1 9 'IJ :ss S 14 c C4 - . 4. . . XJ, F f Y V 1 , 3. J' ,ft X1--N 6 1 ap i Yi R55 I I WAI NAPOLO Row I: H. Moles, J. Battung, A. Johnson, N. Ryder, R. Ryba, M. Brown, P. Binder, D. King: Row 2: M. Ryba, M. Yates, K. Crobaugh, S. Powell, D. Mika, J. Holzmer, J. Cipollo, J. Jenkins. C. Crum: Row 3: Miss Urchek, M. Southworth, J. Southworth, K. King, B. Shrews- bury, P. Jacobs, G. Nowacek, W. Horteng Row 4: Mr. Donaldson, R. Ozman, R. Goble, R. Watson, R. Bolon, H. Leininger, J. Newman, E. Vidmar, S. Sak, R. Deverg Row 5: J. Koss, J. Kocjan, D. Galloway, B. Richards, D. McMillin, T. Crawford, D. Pavlicek, R. Chilcote. Artists of the Water . . . Wai apolo A familiar gurgling sound is usually heard from the girls of Wai Napolo as they go down, defeated by the boys in a rough game of pom-pom pull away. Be- tween this and eating hot dogs in the snow at their picnic this year, the members still found time to enter a float in the Home- coming parade, improve their swimming skills, and expand their leadership ability. Splashing their way to the annual swim show, Euclid's outstanding swimmers used their talents to create and supply the community with original interpretations, delightfully entertaining all fans from grade school to retirement age. Another game of Pom-Pom-Pull-Away is enjoyed by all Swim club members. Hn" .xs 'A K e' -, ,L Az' nf' 555, J --.5 . , J g-.mf :M ny . .ima .2 ja f" ff? . J ij .es QLa'-A,-esp, L Ei-j.:v.w,Wf 9? -Q Q pez! f.4bQ,, r m. f' f -1-L...-'.:eve3aQ -,- :L 2 Q , AQ!! X SBXAJEW- -A 'N-LS, a - f- " '-1' XY' ' .:- -'-"' A .Q P T ' - ' L---f"'Tf, S " . '- f T ,j ' "' -sq . I v ' 5 . fl' . t .- .. A l . x 3 :K H xy-'dmx h - ,.,----- .tv K - A- .vv - - .,. f A, 9'1- ' -Q. J 4 ew J , Q e,-2- ' N ,-0 N K F an Nr' ""'f-0.77 . 'Q -, 0 f ,Q ,?ffji,I- s '- f 4 - 1""f" a - -,ga Mew. , . 1 - t 1 'K f- -... 5 L-B 4 131 AD CLUB Row l A. Lanese, M. Williams, L. Krazny, J. Brundic, L. Valduga. Row 2: B. Hunt M. Neat, J. Bonar, C. Turk, H. Moles. Row 3: G. Mathson, D. Thron- berens A. Macarol, J. Usalis, K. Horrocks. Row 4: M. Neustedt, C. Wohlege- muth J. Smith, Mr. A. Vaccarriello. S'ADing" much to the success of Eu- clid's athletic program, the members of the Ad Club were always ready to sell tickets, collect them and even Stamp hands at the basketball games. The familiar ex- planation, "Oh, but sir, it did work. You see, the hand stamp is only visible under the ultra-violet light," was heard many times at our basketball games. Doing the behind-the-scenes jobs that no one else handles so well, each student in this or- ganization played a part in the raising of funds that made it possible for the citizens of our city to have a team they could back. This group was undoubtedly a great AD- vantage to it s school and it s community. Silent Assistants . . Ad Club and tage Crew The show must go on!! And it always does here at Euclid, largely because of the lone, tedious hours of work put in by the members ofthe stage crew, Constructing scenery, operating lights and helping with costumes and make-up are only a few ways by which these students gained ex- perience in the technical side of produc- tions. Their job also included seeing that everything ran smoothly behind the scenes of our plays, and if the doorbell rang in- stead ofthe telephone-well, that's our stage crew. STAGE CREW Row 1: A. Klich, M. Gianasi, M. Shirk. Row 2: R. Fulton, M. Neat, R. Stamm, S. Forker. Row 3: M. Bell, S. Fleshin, C. Crum. Row 4: J. Vaigl, C. Yaichner, N. Wicai, T. Ellery. 132 Poems, short stories, essays. All these contributions plus artistic drawings are found every year in a school publication called the Eucuyo-Eu symbolizing our city of Euclidg cuy, our county, Cuyahoga, and o, our State, Ohio. Contents of this magazine are written solely by enterpris- ing students who compete in a contest which offers prizes for the bestjournalistic style in each category. All entries, how- ever, are read and screened by Eucuyo editors. After this is completed, the staff puts the Eucuyo "to press," uses various types of print to add variety, decides on a cover color and design, and offers to the student body a publication compiled en- tirely by their friends for the nominal fee of thirty-five cents, just enough to defray the printing cost. YY l If t 1 EUCUYO Row 1: M. Barcalow, P. Doyle, R. Stamm, M, Larkin. Row 2: M. Link, M. Fridley, S. Forker, J. Tapp, L. Davis. Row 3: J. Hult, N. Beeke, J. Sims, J. Zevnik, B. Poznik, J. Turk. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Row 1: F. Bosich, J. Waschura, J. Lucas, B. Henfling, C. Thomas, H. Morgan, P. Strunk, J. Markoucg Raw 25 K, Straub, J. Handy, C. Clark, M. Thompson, J. Wheeler, N. Hewitt, B. Sumner, J. Rancourt, J. Altenwegg Row 3: J. Junda,A. Weinstein,H. Prebevsek,M. Schael, M. Tucceri, L. Hansen, L. Gainor. L. Zupanicg Row 4: K. Tropiano, M. Sedusky, E. Helmink, C. Cerney, B. Carlton, C. Laubler, E. Campana, G. Bagocius, S. Montgomery, Row 5: B. Benciri, B. Drotos, J. Golob, F. Cercek, C. Telling, M. McBroom, E. Vonhof. x7 Ll Whether it was a cut fin- ger or a test-prompted head- ache, the Future Nurses of Euclid Hi were always standing by, anxious to assist our nurse in adminis- tering first aid. At regular meetings the nursing pro- fession is discussed thor- oughly and a tour of Euclid Glenville let the girls get an idea of what lies ahead. Many years of training lies ahead of the girls who con- tinue training in this field but the experience gained at Euclid will help immense- ly. P.A. TECHNICIANS Row 1: D. Peterson, D. Stillinger, J. Budas. B. Candon, G. Baxter. Row 2 C. Forsberg, T. Shewell, S. Calvin, G. David, S. Theis, R. Lewis. Row 3: C Neylon, K. Davis, C. Crum, D. Zackel, D. Pintar. Row 4: K. Lokar, F. Poese, N. Carter, P. Jeribek. Row 5: B. Zeitz, A. Kruklitis, D. Chinchar, J. Goldlust, H. Forsberg. Even though the push-button age seems to be rapidly on its way, it still hasn't re- placed our P. A. Technicians. For every speaker who announces, there are many unseen hands making it possible for the message to be relayed to the student body. These P. A. Technicians also shoulder the responsibility of providing "mikes', for every school organization that requests one. Going along with the belief that "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," this club provides many humorous situ- ations for its members to puzzle over. But until the push-button age is actually here, E. H. S. will gladly rely on these dedicated, experienced workers. Service with Film and Gver the Air P.A. Technicians, Announcers P.A. ANNOUNCERS Row 1: R. Monroe, G. Champion, C. Daugherty. Row 2: C. Brooks, B. Tolar, P. Kokotec, D. Lindstrom. Row 3: J. Goldlust, G. Baxter, J. Rogosch. 134 There's never a dull moment at E. H. S. and all that is going on is brought to the attention of each student during the morn- ing announcements. The cheery "good morning" and the thought for the day helped start each day more pleasantly. Meetings would have been missed, cur- rent topics of discussion would have been avoided, and homerooms would have been quite boring if not for the efforts of the P. A. Announcers. Frequently muffled giggles and whispered conversations could be picked up in the individual rooms which proved that all was not work in the P. A. studio. Enjoyment had its place and well-deservingly so, for the job done by this organization is one for which each Euclid student and faculty member is grateful. CAMERA CLUB Row l: C. Gramberg, R. Reeves, G. Esch. Row 2: K. Mestrovich, J. Botirius, A. Ogrin, J, Schudel. Row 3: D. Carpenter, L. Besednik, M.Keyes, M. Theodosion, W. Nebe, President B. O'Mara not pictured. Camera Club, Movie Club A Hash from somewhere in the audience and our Camera Club had taken another picture of life here at Euclid. Covering everything from athletic events to Survey articles, this organization played an active part in various functions at E. H. S. Since Mr. McGinley, the sponsor, taught the members how to develop and print pic- tures as well as how to take them, the club proved educational and enjoyable. Supplying the school with noon-time relaxation in the form of twenty minutes of movie a day, the Movie Club performs a behind-the-scenes, little-recognized serv- ice for film fans at Euclid. Anything from science Hction to cowboys and Indians is shown at the nominal fee ofthree cents per day. The popularity of these pictures was widespread among the students and it was more than once that a movie-goer stum- bled into his after-lunch class still wrapped up in the latest events of the episode. Vis- ual education was also handled by these students. A Movie Club member and his equipment was often greeted with open arms by a class who had sadly anticipated a test. Indeed, the Movie Club served our school and served it well. Row 1: V. Davis, A. Freed, S. Cameron, C. Perkins, D. Peek, S. DeRothg Row 2: R. Tuthill, J. Bubonics, D. Kerzik, P. Brown, M. Boyle, P. Petrovic, L. Munzg Row 3: W. Svekric, R. May, R. Langel, D. Verh, W. Bales, D. Miller. P- Worley: ROW 4-' D- Bates, R- KUZI1lk, C, Owens, K, Schaab, D, Daugherty, P, Pasquale, A, BIOWHL Row 5: J. Young, H. Buscher, K. McElwain, F. Zgonc, G. Canfield, A. Matko, J. Fellows. K if .nu1u ei 5 1 - .Lv 1-1.5. 59+-1: 2 ....:.v..:..:Q1...:.,Q1-Q.LA-,5,,..yvkwa. --,L- .4 , I 1 ,ww- H ,X ' '-XY-N. -: .' NX 1.1.- X X X X . 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X- -XX:XXX:,-1-X XXXXXXX X XXa-'fX,1,. XX -X X-XXXIM X Democracy in Li e. . . Living together in harmony and understanding formulates a basic quality necessary to our development. Euclid's City Hall represents democracy in action and symbolizes the standards and beliefs of il Americanism which has been included in the individuals education. Parliamentary procedure is constantly present whether it is a school organization or an activity sponsored by the city. Individualism be- comes secondary as we work with companions uniting our talents and striving to reach a common goal. Democracy-a word which stands for America, its people and their concepts. iw ,iv wr --if A lm. .ftxxixr .w ww .F t. hu , 'K lmxw ll 's NZ 5' gpg at fi vi' r vate X ,K ,ff 3922 S is . iii .XXV .0 X X B A light moment in the Council meeting provides a break in the serious business. The yellow line that runs along the center of our nations highways is a prac- tical representative ofthe middle-man, he who stands alone between two positive, advancing forces. Such is the Junior Class, they who occupied this strategic position at Euclid this year. Watching the newly- enrolled Sophomores as they eagerly plunged headlong into high school life, the Juniors rejoiced at the realization that they had stepped past this phase of de- velopment. But as they turned to the other side of the road they observed the Seniors, moving at a slower pace, for now they were writing and living the last chapter in their book of school memories. As they looked on with admiration and respect, the Juniors knew that they were still one step behind this superior position at Eu- clid. But as middlemen their job was still important, as they proved to themselves and others by sponsoring fi successful Junior Prom and aiding in their schoo1's progress. As individual classes, stu- dents worked through the separate cabinets, but when a problem arose concerning the school, the Student dent Council was the logi- cal body to solve it. In the governing body of our school, all three classes met and combined efforts and ideas to find a solution to the pressing problems which they faced. With numerous committees composed of persons of each classfmany decisions were reached and suggestions were taken into consideration. Facing many problems itself, because of its size and inadequate meeting place, the Council did its best to maintain a high ranking in the eyes of the student body. Combined Efforts Qi All Classes Chris seems to disapprove as Wilson and Goble look over Junior cabinet notes L 138 1 . . . ...-.........,..,...., , The first few days for Senior A's-and they let the world know it! ake A Successful Year For the first time at Eu- clid, the entire Sophomore Class wus assembled to- gether during the first week of school. Unknown to one another, the stranger sit- ting next to them during that first week of adjust- ment has probably become their best friend, or Nance Carney, who announced this first assembly has be- come a familiar face in the corridor. Filled with an air of expectation they were about to discover and learn what their next three years at Euclid were to be like. During this past year, they have proven themselves to be as much a part of Euclid as the graduating Seniors. Facing the final year with expectation and sadness, the seniors realized that or- ganization and a strong group of leaders can make or break the chances of a class's success. With the ever willing help of counselors and deans, each student received counseling and advice when it was needed. Living each day with the knowledge that there would never be an- other year like this, that they sould soon leave this atmosphere forever: that soon they would begin a new life in either work or more advanced schooling, was at times a dark cloud over a usually clear sky. Co- operative work between fellow students made chores seem lighter and more en- joyable. The final step of learning to get along with others had been faced and conquered, the year had ended and an entire new life was unfolding before the graduating Seniors. "Hail to Thee, Oh Euclid High School" was sung for the first time by the newly-arrived Sophomores. 'E no W I J 4.14 - fi -Q X DERCLASSM Preparation to assume the high position of Seniors is a tedious process, for nu- merous and varied are the experiences encountered along the way. Euclid's Un- derclassmen found this to be true as they painstakingly advanced closer and closer to the day when they would be the leaders of our school. Sophomores and Juniors both dis- covered they were well on their way to a successful year when they could cheer- fully accept the inevitable epidemic of "Senioritis." Each Sophomore's feeling of hopeless inferiority, each Junior's sigh of subjection at assembly dismissalg all fitted into an organized program of under- class progress. As graduation drew near and the Seniors passed on their final words of advice, the Underclassmen felt their Hrst sense of insecurity change into one of responsibilityg responsibility to carry on the development of Euclid High. 141 2' ,j ig, Ei, ix AA,' I 'X lfu-' PRESIDENT Richard Graafmeyer f"4Ls"" atlfkflv- 'haf t ' ,js,"'l. LN, 5 QWM-QQ, J? 2 , I 'L 9 -2 Y' ,i ' Q. .V 4 ' ' -. V- I 45 Q X?3"V :a " f ,. M. ggi: 4' .if : ' 2, ' :A X ' ' xx -. 3 IX VICE PRESIDENT Kenneth Kalinowski SOPHO ORE One of the first important items the sophomores encounter is the selecting of their class oiiicers. Assisted by their coun- selors, Miss Lemon and Mr. Reeves, much deliberation is done by the students before they select the leaders of their class, not only for this year, but for the years which are to follow, for the persons se- lected as leaders in this early stage will be realized as responsible persons as they increase in age and importance. Xxx f SECRETARY TREASURER Carolynn Crennell Thgmas Gortz GIRLS' COUNSELOR BOYS' COUNSELQR Miss Edith Lemon Mr, Jghn Reeves Li... , wa 142 'Qt HOMEROOM Row 1: M. Wolons, J. Zarr, C. Yopko, B. Zahiro, R. Wymer, L. Wright, G. Yuhas, S. Zakacs, L. Zadravec. Row 2: J. Zakrajsek, S. Wright, L. Zakrajsek, C. Zeitz, C. Znidarsic, D. Znidarsic, M. York, M. Zagar, C. Maynard. Row 102 3: S. Yates, R. Yatsko, C. Zilke, R. Wood, J. Zusy, H. Sems, F. Zgonc. Row 4: D. Swartz, G. Wray, R. Zgonc, B. Zagore, J. Yanchar, F. Zalar, R. Yednock. ..........a...-. .a':: J e l f t mffe vu. ,' 4 ,- .... Mr. Vaccariello leaves the Soph- b "' "' .I x I K omores with a final word "Buy J' , 'S 54. ..,'f'f"f..',g,-' I one for the Panthers." 43:21. . in , ,N-:,5,1.,g f:,j,.,, u 4 1 'E ,.-- y J. J. X it . .... J, ,- -. - gfffs- . i"' L' :- 44" Q' . V N., v . "4'1q,.Q1 f- 41 J. 'fe 'le . t S ' J nfn3h.L Q'- Row 1: P. Will, L. Wheeler, L. Wellington, R. Wilson, C. White, L. Williams, G. Weatherly. Row 2: J. Ware, K. Wanchik, P. Wlodarski, K. Wheaton, P. Westmoreland, P. Weir, C. Werley. Row 3: A. Winkler, E. Watkins, R. Wilson, P. Duty, N. Wilkinson, B. Laurin, P. Wasdovitch. Row 4: R. Voss, R. Posatiere, J. Welsh, T. Vardian, D. Weiss, P. White, J. Wonnacutt. -4n .4Y ...fx1l 1n l ls axial HOMEROOM 109 143 You're right, Dolores, lunch is boring when you're on a diet. ., -Eg Zilfii gig? ' Row 1: D. Unterberger, L. Valduga, F. Vicic, B. Urick, V. Vale, L. Tomsic, L. Tontsch. Row 2: L. Tucceri, M. HOMEROOM Truden, D. Vidmar, M. Tuhacek, J. Violett, A. Urbancic, D. Torok. Row 3: J. Turk, N. Tinker, D. Vershall, M. ,IH Vincent, R. Tomsich, R. Tilton, J. Vadnal, J. Lewis. Row 4: A. Tomle, T. Tewell, R. Tisovec, J. Thomas, R. Ullorn. J. Toll, G. Tiffany, D. Urquhart. gi 2-Q.. 'ww HOMEROOM Row 1: S. Tilly, L. Swensen, A. Tews, B. Wilkinson, M. Susman, E. Substelny, D. Tentler, B. Svekric. Row 2: M. 1 12 Summers, S. Theis, C. Thomas, J. Tannehill, C. Takacs, J. Thurman, J. Thompson, B. Tolar, S. Sutphin. Row 3: P. Sulak, R. Syracuse, J. Globokar, T. Tercek, C. Taylor, F. Terrant, J. Tekovic, D. Sustarsic. Row 4: D. Stucki, D. Tarantino, B. Stevenson, P. Mason, J. Struna, J. Szabo, M. Susnis, R. Strazier. F. Thomas. 144 L1 171L4.A A ... Bottom's up at halftime! l HOMEROOM Row I: S. Steranka, J. Strausbaugh, S. Strong, W. Springer, S? Spoonamore. S. Stakich, J. Strnad, S. Starnes, A. ,I I4 Stenkle. Row 2: M. Stewart, J. Stupar, G. Starman, J. Steinmetz, F..Strnad, J. Strachan, C. Strnisha, M. Steinberg, K. Stevens. Row 3: L. Sobe, R. Snyder, L. Steelman, J. Solanics, R. Smolik, L. Somrak. Row 4: J. Squire, G. Stegh, D. Spice, R. Stegh, B. Sopko, R. Stegura. Row 1: C. Shurilla, M. Siegel, S. Seranc, S. Shelley, K. Torter, S. Smith, R. Snyder. Row 2: K. Snow, S. Shea, S. HOMEROOM Smith, C. Smith, S. Sorchy, B. Shresbury, C. Sintec, C. Singiser. Row 3: W. Sippola, D. Sheehan, S. Semick, R. 120 Slayton, J. Seman, B. Seaman. Row41 G. Serra, J. Slattery, J. Sever,T. Smith, J. Shields, A. Sciranko, P. Shemkunas. 145 1 "-x 1. '-'V-LN-I la gngll. Ae..'1i.r misieixi'-.- we - l 1 l ll E. ll K. I 5 HOMEROOM Row 1: R. Schulz, N. Allen, J. Serwatka, J. Schuler, P. Sestak, S. Selway. Row 2: J. Schulze, C. Scheer, P. Schlarb, 122 P. Sharp, M. J. Schroeder, P. Schumacker. Row 3: C. Schlegal, J. Schafer, D. Walsh, K. Schaub, T. Sabula. Row 1: J. Rossodivita, J. Jamson, J. Ryder, M. Schaeffer, P. Ryan M. Samsa, P. Rode. Row 2: R. Ringenbach, D. HOMEROOM Rose, R. Ryan, P. St. John, J. Ruszkay, J. Rossi, J. Ruszkay. Row 3: J. Ruben, S. Rusicka, J. Replogle, J. Ryder, -'28 J. Ricket, R. Rogosch, W. Risher. Duck! 146 Q r 4 Row I: V. Bratush, J. Boyle, C. Burek, B. Brockway, C. Brooks, L. Braund, B. Brunza. Row 2: K. Bray, J. Brown- CHQRAL ing, P. Brown, M. A. Brown, D. Benthimer, K. Benedum, G. Blasius. Row 3: B. Bock, T. Bizzarri, J. Benlien, J. ROOM A Beres, F. Berzanske, R. Beno. Row 4: P. Jones, R. Bodmer, R. Biondi, K. Benedum, R. Bending. CHORAL ROOM B Row 1: B. Bootz, H. Borthwick, P. Bodnar, N. Bohinc, S. Bizily, D. Botz, S. Boyd, S. Boag Ron 2 P. Bondi, B. Boldin, S. Blau, J. Bonar, B. Blatecky. L. Blatnik, K. Blow, Row 3: D. Bathory, A Barrlek J Botirius, R. Belshaw, J. Becker, D. Dondrea, L. Barta. Row 4: R. Bell C. Bell, G. Bateman, A. Baum G Bayer R. Haak, A. Geddes, G. Bates. suv- Qflll l . underclassmen ... . we A ,C Q' ffl "V .V Q 1' .. 1 a ,gg J t 147 ul Four Underclassmen actlng llke if Fsfwcmw Liu BAND Row I: C. Barresi, D. Bauer, J. Bayer, J. Belpulsi, D. Snyder, R. Shannon. Row 2: M. Bakos, K. Bartel, L. Bernier, ROOM D. Balogh, B. Baber, B. Barrett. Row 3: P. Benso, N. Antonelli, B. Bacon, J. Babnik, T. 'Balbuze, T. Barden. Row 4: J. Baltrus, D. Bales, L. Baon, T. Arko, L. Backus. D. Ball, C. Krebs. I The Hrst day for Sophomores was V4 one big maze. f ' , if ' ,, Q , , -. . if 1 i . . : S sl . 'X 3 Row1:D. Goodrich, P. Goryanes, D. Grigas, W. Gozelanchick, M. Gianasi, J. Grotenrath. Row 2: S. Haas, N. AUDITORIUM A Grill, J. Goloboff, G. Gibson, N. Gerl, C. Glubaskas. Row 3: B. Hale, J. Gould, B. Germiano, M. Giordano, M. Ferguson, C. Field. Row 4: C. Gilman, L. Frazee, J. Frankovich, W. Frye, J. Ferguson, R. Fross, J. Forstner. Row 1: E. Friga, M. Gargetic, J. Garrison, M. Frain, K. Garland, G. Gajda, S. Gault. Row 2: P. Fox, A. Garris, AUDITDRIUM B R. Gelsimino, C. Fried, C. Gent, R. Dreis, R. Domin. Row 3: W. Dodds, J. DeWolf, J. Demian, R. Ducca, S. Fleshin, T. Kovolec. Row 4: C. Eisenberg, T. Dolan, T. Donaldson, J. DeVictor, T. Ellery, D. Dicks. Underclassmen are active in all sports at Euclid. AUDITORIUM C Row I : NI. Carroll, C. Cesa, N. Carpenter, C. Cavell, T. Candela, B. Buynak, N. Carter. Row 2: C. Cercek, B. Carl- son, C. Cassell, S. Calvin, J. Burns, D. Busch. Row 3: D. Daugherty, M. Debevec, R. Day, J. DeLauer, D. Culmer, D. DeMarco. Row 4: D. Daus, D. Delsanter, N. D'Aliosio, D. Daugherty, J. Crawford, R. Crabtree, L. Croll. fx -nu 5,-.i. as I --1 Row 1: B. Deertz, D. Dreifort, S. DeRoth, J. Downing, J. Dobbs. Row 2: J. Currutt, P. Cutcher, M. David, J. Dal- AUDITORIUM D ton, J. DeAngelis. Row 3: R. Childress, A. Connolly, D. Chapman, L. Champs, C. Chiofolo, R. Cefaratti. Row 4: R. Cimperman, R. Case, B. Carter, C. Colombi, P. Check, P. Check. What's so funny, Goble? AUDITORIUM E Row I: I. Cooper, J. Cook, D. Clemence, J. Cimperman, G. Coltrin, E. Conner, S. Correll. Row 2: J. Cochran, M. Cohagan, N. Cetinish, B. Corsaro, J. Cesan, C. Choleva, J. Clouser. Row 3: H. Burris, R. Candon, R. Cardinale, D. Burhenne, H. Buscher, K. Lustric. Row 4: R. Burke, M. Carroll, D. Carlson, R. Brown, D. Carpenter, K. Cameron, C. Caponigro. W1 ...JJ X 150 W. V+.. 1 10' X I 'Y 'QNX AUDITORIUM F Row 1: D. Farril, B. Durose, J. Fowler, C. Forsberg, M. Fedor, D. Elliott. Row 2: K. Eddy, J. Fifolt, B. Fox, J. Fox, J. Fern, D. Dreyer, L. Dugan, B. Fleck. Row 3: B. Braddock, D. Albert, D. Brown, E. Braden, D. Brodnik, D. Brady. Row 4: F. Brown, B. Bolden, B. Boyd, E. Brocker, T. Breed, B. Brigdon. W Myra Larkin telling next year's Survey Staff some of her prob- lems. HOMEROOM Row I: R. Rini, S. Rodd, I. Rakas, J. Riser, B. Riebe. Row 2: D. Riebe, M. Rechner, L. Randolph, D. Prudish, D. 201 Retallick, B. Reiter. Raw 3: R. Price, L. Prince, R. Plummer, D. Redding, T. Rayner, G. Raffety. Row 4: J. Loncar, J. Puskas, M. Portik, K. Plesnicar, N. Presley, J. Przybys, D. Polo, A. Rajokovich. l 1'-A in Willson- I imwgli v l5l . a.......'9. . . Euclid girls show good horse sense in G. A. A. HOMEROOM Row 1: M. Pitingolo, M. Poyser, E. Pinto, J. Pickering, E. Pickett. Row 2: R. Pohar, J. Postle, E. Plestis, S. Pirman, 202-203 J. Pirman, D. Powers. Row 3: G. Patrick, R. Petro, R. Patrick, L. Wildman, D. Picciano, R. Perry. Row 4: R. Papesh, M. Pasquale, B. Pi er, J. Palf , D. Peterson, A. Pekol, B. Pasiecki. P Y 7. J WP ' . "f f , ill A nfn X Wi gf, HOMEROOM Row 1: M. Palisin, P. Perris, F. Palumbo, C. Patrycy, L. Pecjak, S. Peters. Row 2: D. Petersen, S. Overman, R. 205 Parenti, N. Palmer, E. Papp, J. Palko. Row 3: K. Peterson, S. Ott, L. Munz, W. Nelson, E. O'Donnell, J. Gillespie, K. Miller. Row 4: W. Nelson, R. Nainiger, D. Novak, F. Noch, D. Rosen, G. Nowacek, P. Mushinko, D. O'Hara. 152 A new member gets the cold shoulder at Swim Club initiation. !"QnQx. HOMEROOM Row I: P. Nemeroosky, C. Grand, J. Oleksy, K. Nelson, J. Ohlrich, M. O'Neill, D. Opalk, B. Novak. Row 2: B. 2-I0 Omanski, D. Nenadal, J. Nick, M. Neat, F. Osredkar, M. Nelson, L. Novak, D. Hawke. Row 3: D. Nieberding, P. Omahen, D. Mog, L. Medved, D. Molick, J. Mayerhofer, B. Miller, R. Merhar. Row 4: R. Morris, D. Matlock, R. Moss, B. Meyers, K. Mestrovich, K. Mersek, R. Miklaucic, R. Mog. Row 1: S. Mooney, P. Murphy, C. Moenich, J. Muir, J. Mulvihill, M. Miller. Row 2: D. Myles, E. Miller, M. HOMEROOM Minello, C. Mlakar, M. Mitchel, M. Miller, L.,Novosel. Row 3: C. Myers, R. Marzi, B. Mason, J. Marino, J. 2128 Marolt, B. Morse. Row 4: P. Martin, B. Markley, F. Martv. R. Mangus, A. Matko. KPQK if w " S' xii Pride and joy are exchanged by old fi I 1 J i i i W di if .1 lei lf iii! HOMEROOM Row 1: C. Masella, L. Marino, C. Mace, M. Madden, N. Martucci, C. Mahaney. Raw 2: L. Mateyka, M. Mann, j, J. Milenock, M. A. Meyers, M. Miklos, P. Magalenga, S. Medved. Row 3: R. MacEwen, M. Maloney, E. Lockard, 2I2F M. Mahne, L. Medves, M. A. Malz, K. Mihelic, B. Messina. Row 4: L. Lishinsky, D. McLeod, T. Luccl, J. Mc- Ti Kenney, M. Mandell, H. Luikart, L. McCracken, J. Malaney. I. i I i i I 1 ii ,. K ii 'I '1 I M iii Row 1: J. Loncola, W. Lynch, L. Mcllrath, C. Lindquist, L. McGregor, D. Tomino, N. McKnight, S. Lojewski. HQMEROOM N Row 2: M. A. Leonhardt, S. McGill, K. McMahon, J. Leo, J. McGlynn, C. Lipnicki, M. Lid, T. Lisch. Row 3: D. 213 ' Lazar, J. Lang, D. Leimbach, R. Lewis, D. Lucci, R. McVetta, S. Lewis, N. Locker. Row 4: D. Larkin, B. Leidy, 5 B. Leduc, L. Riedel, B. Leitch, R. Lewis, J. Lanese, E. Leske. 1 1' and new N. H. S. members. Row 1.- F. Laub, C. Kuthe, D. Langmeyer, s. Lawrie, D. Kusak, R. Lamacchio. Raw 2. G. Kyme, N. Olson, B. HOMEROOM Lash, L. Lenarsic, J. Lausen, A. Kristoff. Row 3: W. Kytle, W. Lamb, T. Krueger, K. Kushlan, J. Kuchera, B- 2-I6 Kristoif. HQMERQQM Row 1: B. Knaus, P. Kovach, J. Krause, A. Klich, L. Knack, C. Krall, M. Komara, P. Krieger. Row 2: J. Kreit L. Kostelic, B. Kraft, P. Kokotec, V. Knop, S. Komito, P. Kramer, V. Klima. Row 3: L. Kraska, J. Kenyon, P 220 Kovach, B. Komyati, B. Kolthoff, B. Knox, B. Kuch, R. May. Row 4: J. Krapence, D. Koskinen, D. Kral, D Knaus, J. Klemencic, M. Kellner, R. Kozak, A. Kolman, J. Knaus. A happy N. H. S. inductee being ushered by happier N. H. S. mem- bers. HOMEROOM Row 1: M. Jordan, N. Kirk, G. Kernz, N. Kearns, E. Katosic, D. Katona. Row 2: B. Kelley, J. Kapley, L. Kardell 303 C. Kelley, B. Kempke, G. Judson. Row 3: G. Hudec, D. Jones, G. Jaffe, W. Hunt, B. Janitz. Row 4: J. Jimison, L. Jevnikar, R. Howard, K. Kalinowski, D. Hvne. 1 The Fall Play Cast really takes Z the Cake! E '3-R -mv J Row 1: R. Humphrey, K. Hudson, D. Iacafono, M. Jankovich, D. Huszar, S. Iafelice, S. Jenny. Row 2: G. Jackson, HCMEROOM M. James, P. Jacobs, L. Johnson, J. Jenkins, L. Jones, N. Jerick. Row 3: P. Hensel, A. Hocevar, G. Hayes, D. 313 Harper, R. Hicks, L. Jacopic, D. Hoykar. Row 4: C. Herbst, W. Hocevar, W. Hayes, D. Henry, B. Horten, J. Hamilton, J. Holmes. l56 FA Sflfl . is Wx we ,F Row 1.- R. Hlabse, B. Holmes, s. Holmes, N. Hoodorshor, M. Hamilton, s. Hill. Row 2. s. Hlabse, lvl. Holland, HCWEROCM J. Hammink, K. Houck, K. Haynes, G. Heidnik, A. Hans. Row 3: J. Hammlnk, K. Hays, E. Golob, G. Gramberg, 320 L. Greenberg, L. Goellner, F. Grdanc, S. Groonis. Row 4: T. Gortz, D. Graafmeyer, S. Gruden. B. Gubanc, F. Gonso, R. Griflin, B. Grisdale. - Hev, where's my dime? STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: K. Aufdenhaus, J. A. Anderson, P. Amicarelli, C. Bajec. Row 2: B. Baker, P. Avery, B. Anderson, S. Al- ROOM brecht, M. Amata. Row 3: T. Allen, J. Allen, K. Anderson, D. Antonacci, M. Adamczewski. Row 4: R. Anderson, J. Alexander, R. Adams, A. Aljancic, D. Aiken, R. Adams. nfs .sw- ag QS l 'REQ JU ions ' LJ' 1 3 '-+A, Q. i V LJ f" " : I- 5 1 42- e '., 5 A was ' -Tiwsimiizif-Q' PRESIDENT Ken Smith 6' VICE PRESIDENT With another year facing them, the juniors realized they must again select their cabinet members and officers. Since much more responsibility was placed upon the shoulders of the cabinet members those chosen were usually leaders in their class. Receiving guidance and assistance from the counselors, Mrs. Stewart and Mr. Troglia, the class worked together as a unit and overcame the difficulties which could have arisen with such a large group of students. fm ST Faith schrou , J SECRETARY TREASURER Mary Smith Gary Snider GIRLS' COUNSELOR BOYS' CQUNSELQR Mrs. Helen Stewart 'WS vN qu 158 Mr. Frank JUNIOR CABINET Ron I S Miller J Klosky J Betts S Schweizer, S. Anderson, M. Smith. Row 2: B. Gorse, B. Ryder, J. Eisman, HOMEROOM 'I04 sm 'S . 'Gi X , 6 , ii N. Armstrong . Barnes J Gajdzinskii C. Heintz J Ayala A. Nagy M. Barcalow T. Bauer G. Baxter M. Bell D. Barnes C. Allberry 159 T. Bologh R. Apolski J. Antonich J. August J. Bell B. Alves Alex Atron Demmule Bambic B. Bozich L. Sauvageot 1 J. Borgsteadt C. Brooks J. Bubonics J. Bowers J. Baxter L. Foster J. Brazalovics :Yi 'Gigi- --es ,.k. ,- . .1 .. v HOMEROOM 116 . 6' ooo 3 H5915 V.-N.. X , 1 S . 5 .ss ' 4. J. Budas L. Bartholomeu P. Brady J. Binder R. Bernstein J. Belavich J. Brundic l K. Berus S. Cameron N. Burrughs L. Besednik N. Luckey M. Bernstein M. Cabala N. Beran P. Britvic J. Bucholz J. Burhenne N. Berger HOMEROOM 'I 18 M. Boyle D. Bisbee R. Knack J. Betts K. Beutell A. Freed S. Clark P. Clemence R. Hurlbert K. Clark R. Chilcote J. Cipollo C. Carr P. Coddington J. Ambrose C. Carpenter W. Burlingham T. Burger ,v- D. Chinchar R. Carlson D. Chinchar D. Carpenter T. Bertosa G. Bohn B. Bowden M. Bernard J. C hiarelli G. Clark D. Carleton L. Castrovinci R. Budas B. Clarke C. Colonna B. Colt KM. Cohen S. Carroll l l. x Q C. Baltrus D. Wilson N. Charske G. Pappas J. Chinchar ! I l P 1 P. li 'V E 4. xl 1 4. 1. I ml i l L . M. Dalton J. Danna L. Cook J. Coleman L. Domin R. Coy T. Goulis M. Contenza B. Daily J. Hrovat G. Eisen A. Eckert R. Deister D. Dragolic Y.. . HOMEROOM 125 I ' a o 422 C. Delgado J. Dawson W. Custard E. DiSantis A. Crone C. Conner M. Turk ' T ' A F H1 l ll X 'RK gs . fp: .,' C , HX r Ji - HOMEROOM 'I27 C. Crum J. Cvitkovic D. Corrao M. DeSantis T. Crawford A. Erzen R. Doyle P. Esposito S. Erickson D. Douglass M. Delarre M. Ferrero R. Delly G. DiCuccio R. Barker B. Evans YWNWFT W- 31 5' ff. Q1 l 5-1 if lf L! , 1 ,....viF B. Crane G. David K. Davis D. Dombrowski D. Donahue J. Dorn J. Doljack A. Erickson B. Bruch D. Eldred D. Dolch J. Cermelj l6l F. Poese J. Perpar J. Bonnay - " B. Pasquale 31 :if V. Pemberton ' A K. Raasch . -. -A , J. Plaggemier ' . K . ., ,NX ' ,., :X .:1.a. T if f L- 6 ' Q v A 4 tl? lu Q, fn. -" ll ' 1. 1 L I l ,A -.0 , at ' ifiilil . CAFETERIA A E , . , I V .. ' ff 1 J. Friedman P. Piscopo lbw ., xx c . 1.1!-Q' G ghiimci g llierkins J QV. - . .V Q J fir.. i H . ar er . ierce this Q ,Q , 't 1 , s. J. Powell l.Q:'s.A .: tiff' ft g G. Petac l K f -. :A wi wfn 'I 6 , Y fv rm.. . ' 2 3? raffii 'X .mi -i J a X A ss .fe X-N v N , r X , ,. A 5 Di N I 4 H. X i 1 la, fs I P' 75-J XX xgffrwsu K R 'v-1,455 I if R i x ir! XR' v. if N x ff A ' :la we Q A-A H ,..2..-1 F9 J. Pitingolo C. Perry B. Palmer R. Plantan K. Pretnar P. Proudfoot C. Owens B. Peterson nt!! E CAFETERIA B FW' R. Renard J. Kenyon M. Ryba A. Kuthe C. Rees L. Repasy C. Ropos . L. Rouse 'S J. Reiter B. Rider l . 1 1 162 1" A ...3 J ' fp, f 5' L. Altenweg D. Rossow E. Ritz T. Totokar D. Reed S. Rossell L. Saks J. Pohto J. Ryba 6 .4 M. Podobnikar P. Pruitt T. Randazzo L. Pugliese M. Pillar J. Perpar S. Peterson L. Petrick J. Bonnay J. Prezby S. Pierce D. Peek M. Person D. Pavlicek J. Perz C. Plesz B. Pibernik J. Rentz W. Rositano L. Reed C. Gadberry D. Potocar R f e ii D. Cavell J. Reitenbach H. Eppich S. Redfern P. Siciliano CAFETERIA C 5 P. Shewell C. Semlow C. Schroeder R. Skiljan D. Smith M. Shea 11 l' Kgs S. Schweizer L. Schulz J. Schmeltzer R. Schubert D. Schonauer G. Schmaeman T. Sawyer J. Salvatore A. Smith K. Smith '? f . , . , W? .-. , , gl 1 " S A :P P . . 1 D. Shaheen H. Schultz R. Valenti D. Seifert R. Skopitz A K. Schoenbeck V AE 1655, 4 CAF P. Stone M. Smith A. Sokol M. Stroeder B. Stitina L. Crane 2 S. Smythe N. Mueller R. Wilson S. Stokes C. Skeya R. Walzer M. J. Soblesky R. Soeder A. Steven A. Testa I i K. Schubert J. Salvatore D. Santorelli R. Bennett S. Seri J. Smith S. Sabath fi 2 F. Schroll J. Shaughnessy J. Schael L. Mocny B. Sceranka K. Smith J. Shields ETERIA D Q L- R. Soeder , K T. Ticchione B. Svckric 5 D. Spencer 4 i ff. ...ia S .x Sziwl V. if M. Smith J. Swickla T. Tekavec B. Swisher S. Slaybaugh B. Olson P. Stevenson R. Spies H. Zorman R. Suhar 163 P, Thompson D. Tkatch R. Verholtz D. Waltermire J. Vaigl P. Tutolo D. Walters Q .-., T. Webb T. Van Diest C. Sweecler ,J J. Turk -j If K. Wicks D. Dean D. Melich S. Wilson W. Watson 'l V , C. Kidd " Q , :ii S. Weaver - - ' :xv 1 a i .N 'n'. .,,4 C. Yaichner P. Worley J. Renko J. Ziegler J. Young ' D. Weidman M. Weeks CAFETERIA E D. Verh A. Telisman S. Waterwash M. Torok B. Tekalec R. Tracey Tuthlll J Gordan D. Turkall A. Randazzo CAFET V J. Willcocks M. Williams R. York C . Williams R. Yurosko D. Zackel S 9 11, . 1 ERIA F uf 9 , 9 jvh f jig l S r J :iii N J. Zaman L. Rusk D. Weiss D. Weiss R. Wilson B. Wolons -Q' P. Tomc P. Teeter B. Vale M. Thompson A. Turk 1 ' I V i .5 J. Usalis D. Szwczyk J. Tapp W. Watkins W. Bererly L. Wilkes R. Wight B. Haffey L. Zaller J. Wintour E. Strauss R. Zietz J. Zevnik C. Wohlgemuth L. Wilkes A. Wittine W. Watson A. Wiles D. Melich M. Fridley J. Fischer C. Katzmann N. Foy S. Forker J. Eisman B. Franklin R. Dushak F . Zust M. Grimm G. Hattendorf H. Hill J. Perko G. Geddes R. Folk T. Gildone M. Gemano K. Grant B. Fifolt J. Fisher J. Campolieti T. Teras 4' HOMEROOM 206 C. Fouser B. Albertone D. Dvorak S. Dritz D. Tamino J. Fisher J. Hill D. Francel M. Considine R. Eckerman HOMEROOM 208 S. Gibbs M. Grdanc G. Gnidovec C. Guth K. Gibb G. Albertone D. Fifolt B. Hamilton C. Fuchs N. Kellas J. Waugh J. Fellows R. Eckerman G. Schwartz T. Coyle E. Seres D. Clark C. Harris B. Haffey F. Greenway B. Goble G. Snider T. French L. Gronerl R. Gezann J. Gerzeny E. Ferko D. Galloway D. Fike l65 Horrocks Hitty Southworth Gunton F. Peterson D. Antoncci B. Gorse E. Iafelice L Jaffray W Granville R Hallack D Richards P Howard J Cameron M Kleinhinz R Kapferer L Kimen M Howard L Judice Kovach Kovach Kastellic Horter James Knoch 5331. , A. Husaare B. Hodgson R. Grugell R. Goss M. Johnson R. Jambor L. Karlin P. John J. Huncharek R. Kasunic R. Highland R. Hayes R. Hunter H. Johnson S. Kovach 4 V. Klug J. Lausin S. Lentz C. Langa J. Lindblad J. Lilley G. Liss E. McNamara L. McGregor -v 'x J . HOMEROOM 301 Lanese . Kerzic . Larkin . Lee .WS x 'W I .35 ' U .A- 1 N, t xx,-is s if -Q OA. f 'fl 1 . Lewin . Lanser . Kusak . Kubala B. Leland D. Krivec G. Krupitzer D. Kellogg ll HOMEROOM 304 L Klsh M. A. Long C. McDiffitt B. McGlinche Y Lucarelll Grlsez . Kelleher . Baker T flf an 101 R. Paduano B. Kosman P. Blajda A. Levy K. Linsz S. Magargil C. Lindberg G. Podwil D. McMillin M. McCulloch D. McNeilly J. Mueller J. McGowan T. Lyon 167 M A. Nagode C Papp K Overberger J Peattie N Palmer D Neherz R. Moeller A. Marsh R. Mersek D. Miller T. Metzger D. Margo Q Y , R W. Millar L. Meden B. Marincic M. Mulhall P. Dragas J. Oberstar C. Outten R. Pomplas C. Myers M. Neustedt P. Muscenti D. Murphy R. Otto A. Mooney S. Morganstern B. Nebe J. Moyer HOMEROOM 306 A ' E K. Muehl J. Mausser NMA Rx x J H- N XX .M 3.55: N wg. . . XS 1-tx: ...Eg-3 Yi NX -10215 .5 1 N 3'- . 1. . ' J . ' f ' -Ikiifrl? Y: QR .4 ' l Q. K, X. Q' r ,,,,, W. P , .- N J X m I N2 M xx X 5 ' 'or M, lx ix X P YN x :A 33, Q. Qu Q J X 'f ix K K J we K M. Marovich R. Fulton N. Maeder S. Miller F. Burford HOMEROOM 316 C. Morris I + is J ls 168 lg R W. Miller B. Mulford N. Milone J. Martic M. Mulhall B. Miklos J. Mercurio K. Miller R. Medves R. Nickles J. Mohler J. Peck M. A. Mullin B. Mramer J. Offak - T. O'Connor R. Mullally L. Nixon M. Pavelka D. Morgan B. Murphy J. Molle l il 4 , r l Class rings are a high-priced privilege, aren't they John? Memories . . . those intangible treasures which are collected by all underclassmen and gathered into a reservoir of thoughts reminding them of the privileges which they are soon to have . . . just seeing a Senior B at the beginning of the year was a memory, for this is the next-to-last-step on the ladder of secondary education . . . underclass- men soon picked up the habit of wearing knee socks, formerly re- served for the Seniors only . . . the first newly organized Student Council meeting . . . Survey and Euclidian subscription drives . . . the election of class oilicers and cabinet . . . crowded halls . . . split assem- blies . . . new teachers and friends . . . the hrst all-school pep assembly during school time . . . the Homecoming weekend and all its glory . , . the last football game . . . exams . . . the Y-Christmas formal . . . Na- tional Honor inductions . . . term papers . . . Senior "As" cheering in the cafeteria . . . Senior "Asn leaving the auditorium first . . . opening of the new city library . . . a State championship wrestling team . . . basketball tournaments . . . the beginning rush of the spring season and its activities. 169 iii f Bi I Q. 93 i f , 'few ' '15 sm -H HQ' Vw V I i :4 L. Y .. ., ,Q 1- 1,-, '11, ,V , ,. '+'1' -f"f f1f - ip g s -. -- H A Af. vw. ..-VY' ,T is, .,., ,J ff, - f f,-I -f -1.4 Q14 , - ' " ,H 1 zaixmwwfaixkwaizvfflfwffffik-i??b?'1i'?S ' 1 ' " W - ,Q Q T - if 1- ' iieigwev-ffwfwffw'wx-fff+fff+vA-fffzfitf - ? f:lii!?'?'M5-wsfwierf'-141'5fi2ffZ':f'?":fi"12' ., Af, k" 'z 5 1 M ?.,,3,,,5.f.Lf...Y.1?g, wk. .1-..-555.96 ww'-fffw'-g"Q'cf-rdf Nl :'-'Wi ?,fQ5,T,,g,,,Qppfgg.,,:Q.,eA-1f:g-mfff,' fjf-Jr:-:fx .F . .-QW 4 --1 - -cw' - ,W,.:,g5f?,A,.-,ia-.,.:h,34..ft,1,f.q,f,. Y. 1 Y - , . ,.,32,55.5Q.gw5Lwgs:.wL..-A. Y-5, -, V2 - . .- h -- - -Y -A - -- -- 'H Q,,f,,L,?,5,3,:,1.z.,A-.,.f.,Y,,,--..,. J . 1 4 W- -f ff-r-A fivirhfqi K. " . 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I ' Ai,-.x 2.-1 "l 3 ' I- - 'Vgj-f---' -W ' - , .-Q . , "l - ,- V ,. ',-g "'2f'M, '- ' -' , ,- , . ". .pf .?.,,X L -35 ,.X,,,-, -f-Av.ff- -., ""' fr, f 1-S ggi:-...' . V - 35. Vi 1. .1-54W i :Fi-my V ' 1, -A L xt. 1 .. v SE IDRS As graduating Seniors, Euclid's young adults are entering an entirely new phase of life. For the past twelve years, they have been exposed to careful training which, if thoughtfully applied, can provide a sound, promising future. But now, they must trust their school days to memories, and walk into the competitive world with an attitude of both caution and confidence. All previous experience will prove to be invaluable, and they will look back with gratitude to those who contributed to their primary developnient. Their parents, for personal guidance, their religious lead- ers, for the peace and assurance of in- tangible powersg their teachers, for organ- ized educationg their civic leaders, for a democratic community dedicated to its citizens, their friends, for that special sense of security and trust, all these will be remembered with sincere appreciation. Growth has begun, development has taken place, and progress has been made, the knowledge of this never-ceasing proc- ess stands beside Euclid High's graduating Senior, to follow him every step of life's way. 9'J "f1'ff-, . f ,,1543'ffs..- f ' I ,.--arse . 1 f ., :fwff Q, ,ugzg-'ji lqgfru, - V . .1 ,f,.,1 . 4, g 1 QV. ,,5.,,.,A, I . Rigid? ., . xii, fp. , 4 qi - i ,J ' 7 ' . -fi 'EQ I ,Qi - " gn' Y .-3 .' - x4"i'e:'-J. .-, . "' 1 tif' -' -- f't"z -- f . ' -'sf .1- ,. - ,',, . 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"' ' ..Q,41.g ,lr -, i ig ,a3f'SgEfv'skfi,-.,1f..SQfh'+Sx:'+5SiN ,ll L iq., 4 '53 ' ' irk . . 1,-r.1i's5y" -mr S Q, I -' ., ' . tt, f' i 2, s lr-""a 'x2. s ao f 0"'- nj 1 Q. f-'Q' : f -N 'I' " V' ' fi',.'TI-ZW 54'-if -ii' 3 ni'-5--' rw .KE .i rv, A 'fl -. ,Z A-.-.,e,-- 4 .K , ' A., .x,1f'?.,gv gig: .rang 9,11 ,S IV. - mg. ,p,.4,,,--Q ' Q- ' - ,uf- A' ' ' ' 'init-5' y"'w'5wirk'5v 3 'A 'xgilfmxaixsiib W"5"i , , ,H N 1, -fs - hw, I , ' f g"f'.Xre '5si',,:3..fr'2?',5.3gi3Z'ajsI"f r. fi - " X ' ZW", M.-' :,'wE'9- - wifi' . a , ,- R, t1,s.wi.,,.A A 3-.siwifxq U, la, X hx U, V Q , SENIOR OFFICERS Treasurer, Jim Parkerg Secretary, Helen Moles: Vice President, Dave Roberts, President, Bob Stojetz. l72 -!,,, Our final year of high school has come and gone, and as Seniors the year has been rich, although many tribulations had to be met and overcome. The growth of our school was a major problem since cramped quarters caused a change in our regular routine. Complaints were heard about crowded conditions, but after a period of adjustment, all accepted the new schedule and made the very best of what was offered. One moment all Seniors were sad, very sad to be leaving. Never before had our Alma Mater had so much meaning. Who will forget the heartbreaking Home- coming loss, the tears ofjoy and pride at the memorable assembly for Mike" Driver, the feeling of superiority as the Seniors cheered"-more days for the Senior A's,,' while all the time a growing undercurrent of nostalgia washed against the heart of every graduating student. Yet all was not sadness. Much happiness was felt by all when the J.V. football team was unde- feated and unscored against in the L.E.L.g when the wrestling and cross country squads took state honors: when the Spring Sports attendants were announced: and when the new social room was finally fin- ished. Memories of people and events at Euclid Senior High will forever filter through the mind of every graduate, but the class of 1958 will have its special, its very own memories. GIRLS' COUNSELOR Miss Wilma Gillman X E SENIOR CABINET Row 1: M. Sedusky, R. Yane, L. Relyea, F. Davis, H. Moles. Row 2: J. Hult, B. Bockbrader, M. Pesec, C. Dennis, M. McPherson, K. Kish. Row 3: S. Sak, N. Hewitt, B. Messner, J. Glinsek, M. McBroom, M. Bauer, J. Smith. Row 4: A. Bills, A. McLaughlin, R. Stojetz, R. Reeves, D. Nemeth, R. Gravell, B. Richards. Row 5: J. Kuchta, D. Dietz, A. Tiedman, R. Wandersleben, L. Stevens, D. Roberts, J. Nowacek. BOYS' COUNSELOR Mr. Fred Johns Planning the final activities for the sen- iors. the banquet and Prom. the officers and cabinet worked together to make this hnal year the most eventful one yet. Bal- ancing the budget, deciding on a present from the class, taking orders for an- nouncements. and measuring for caps and gowns were only a few ofthe duties performed by the cabinet under the al- ways helpful guidance of Miss Gillman and Mr. Johns. Organizing such a large class was indeed a task. but one which was accomplished with skill and success. .rx ft: 'Oo' l 1 1 fm- iQ...v 41.-f ELAINE ABRAMS LEAH ABRAMS GEORGE ADAMIK GENE ALLAR HK'- S.- ,Qj-vw--, I ' ,qw-2, ,E fi" I ll Z .PYEN DS A ti. f 'Q' f 2' 'sf- 3 X .:,. ' 3 l f 4 DORIS ALLSOPP JANE ALTENWEG SHIRLEY ALTKNECHT TYKO AMUNDSON Abrams, Elaine "A-B" F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 4: Choir 2: Big Show Prod. Staff 4. Abrams, Leah "Lee" F.T.A. 3, World Affairs 2, 3, 41 Survey Edit. Stall' 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, Hall Guard 4. Adamik, George "George" Track 2, Swimming 3. Allar, Gene "Gino"' Cross Country 2: Stage Crew 31 Big Show Band 3, 4: Concert Band 2. 3, 4, Marching Band 2. 3, 4: Pit Band 2, 3, 41 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. Alls0DP. Doris "Dori" G.A.A. 21 Megaphone Club 23 Big Show Cast 31 Choir 3: Choral Masters 43 Double Octet 4g Friendship Club 23 F.T.A. 3. Altenweg, Jane "Janie" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. World Aifairs 3: G.A.A. 4g F.N.A. 43 Friendship Club 3. "Shirl" Altknecht, Shirley Student Council 3, Choir 2g Friendship Club 3. Amundson, Tyko Friendship Club 2. "Tykie" I74 What's so funny about snow ? ...fi if ' gx ,. SNL ISABELLE ANDERSON fx is x l ' 1 -dawn-n- sf-5 Ybv' 41N-14 " 1 ' K fr , 1 kqrgf. ix M U -1' is M N r J li ANTHONY ANDRAITIS RICHARD ANDREWS LAWRENCE ANKUDA if "-mf-P xx ff Q' ,LA ,' k xxsizlix 'K N ' i f- F Qs? C n ., 4 R A I M i . - -VQ . A' ' T ., E -'QL ip ff l ,Q f..f,:'. -all Q . H' t kbkv iE: , ,s:- f GAIL ANSON VIVI ANN BACKSTROM GERALDINE BAGOCIUS ROBERT BAILEY Anson. Gail "Gail" F.N.A. 43 Friendship Club Z. Backstrom. Yivi Ann "Viv" G.A.A. 2: Majorette Club 23 Big Show Prod. Staff 43 Girls' Glee Club 21 Eu- clidian Rep. 4: Survey Rep, 23 Friend- ship Club 2. Ushering 2. Bagocius, Geraldine "Gerry" F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 3. -1: F.N.A. 4: Friendship Club 3, Bailey, Robert "Bob" fi. iefk A ii-f., We JANET BALTRUS JANET BARNES JUDITH BARNES DUANE BATES P-' fi 1'A at 7: -. F' N fi' aj 'N ' N9-msn' f251:. WL, 4 f'f'1 ii ""I i NNE ,E -1, ' E,:. ,Q ' x JUDEE BATTUNG MARJORIE BAUER RICHARD BAVETZ RONALD BEALL Baltrus, Janet "Jan" Battung, Judee "Blondie" Senior girls on the march with fads and fashions Megaphone Club 3g Friendship Club 3. l.Q.S. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Big Show -bermuda socks. Prod. Staff 2, Pony Chorus 2, Survey Bus. Staff 33 Swim Club 3, 43 Friend- ship Club 2. 3, 4. Barnes, Janet "Jan" F,T.A. 2. 3. 4, Historian 41 G.A.A. 2, Megaphone Club 31 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 3. Barnes, Judith "Judy" F.T.A. 41 G.A,A. 3, 41 Friendship Club 33 Hall Guard 4. Bates, Duane "Duane" Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 43 LetLermen's Club 3, 43 Class Cabinet 41 Student Council 3, Movie Club 2, 4. Bauer, Marjorie "Marje" G.A.A. 2, 43 Class Cabinet 41 Major- ette Club 2g Girls' Glee Club 2, Euclid Choir 4g Euclidian Rep. 33 Survey Rep. 41 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. Bavetz, Richard "Rich" Football 2. 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Beall, Ronald "Ron" 176 1 clfaifffxl- I is A -QUE 'ER' egg! ""s,pr .Q-vans N-.f NOREDA BEEKE LEO BELAVICH ug! S5-...sf HAROLD BERLO GERALDINE BERTHOLD DORIS BEYER Beeke, Noreda "Norby" F.T.A. 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Megaphone Club 3: Survey Rep. 2, 4, First Page Edit. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3: Senior Scandal Sheet 4: Publications Club 4: N.H.S. 4. Belavich, Leo "Leo" Football 21 Hall Guard 2. Bencin, Barbara "Babs" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Spring Play Prod. Staff 31 Big Show Prod. Stan 3: Majorette Club 2. 35 Megaphone Club 21 Jr. Red Cross 2: F.T.A. 4: F.N.A. 4: Friend- ship Club 2, 3. 4, Ushering 2. Berger, Linda "Lin" F.T.A. 23 World Alfairs 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 41 Class Cabinet 3: Guidance Coun- cil 33 Student Council Rep. 2, 4: Mega- phone Club 2, 3, Euclidian Rep. 2. 31 Survey Bus. Staff 2: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 177 F7363 va' BARBARA BENCIN LINDA BERGER :rx fii DORIS BIEDERMAN Berlo, Harold "Hal" I.Q.S. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4: Track 33 Student Council Rep. 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4, President 4: Play Night Cast 3: Big Show Prod. Staff 3.4, Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 41 Master Sergeant 4: Pit Band 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Mounting Edit. 4: Survey Bus. Staff 3: Thespians 4. Berthold, Geraldine "Gerry" G.A.A. 3, 4: Friendship Club 3, 4: Hall Guard 4. Beyer. Doris "Dor" G.A.A. 3, 4: Friendship Club 3, 41 Hall Guard 4. Biederman, Doris "Dory" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: World AtTairs 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3, 43 P.A. Announcer 4, Technician 2: Survey Edit. Stat? 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club Z, 3. l li ll 4: ,. is ,I I l l l l l l v .5 Mr' Tr.-ff 1-wi i 'QNFY' ' ' Q-utr X... ,.. it ' ' . 14 . - I C X 3 X ANTHONY BILLS PATRICIA BINDER THOMAS BINGHAM MONROE BLACKBURN iN 1! N, K seq.-' iran-f Y.- lilfxiilijii , ll: .11 1, ,itil . '- ' ff ' 1. anno'- .43 ,nf-.. ie ELIZABETH BLACKSTONE THOMAS BLETCHER RICHARD BLOOM BETTE BOCKBRADER There's always room for a few more. Bills. Anthony "Willie" Blackstone, Elizabeth "Bettie" Key Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice-pres. 4: Class Cabinet 4, "Tish" Binder, Patricia Cx.A.A. 21 Swim Club 2, 3, 4, President 4: Friendship Club 2. Bingham, Thomas " Bingo" Blackburn, Monroe Cross Country 3, 41 Track 2, 31 Euclid- ian Rep. 2, 3. ..ROen Bletcher, Thomas "Flash" N.F.L. 4: F.T.A. 4: Play Night Prod. Staff 3. Bloom. Richard "Zuba" Spirits 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Big Show Cast 2. Bockbrader. Bette "Bet" G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Cabinet 4, Friendship Club 2, 3. l78 .1 .sneak gh Ti X--" . X . W' 5 f PATRICIA BOEHMER RONALD BOGGS ae- X E EDWARD BOULWARE SHERRIE BQUSE hr agfff? IN I X . i 1 l l ROBERT BOLON 1--Q' 'iw 'l'?'j'T"' GORDON BOWERS Boehmer. Patricia "Pat" G.A.A. 2. 33 Big Sh'ow Prod. Stall' 3. Boggs, Ronald "Ron" Bolon, Robert "Bob" Swimming 2, 3. 4. Letterman 4: Swim Club 3. 4: Concert Band 2. Bosich, Frances "Shorty' G.A.A. 2g Megaphone Club 21.111 Red Cross 33 F.N.A. 4g Friendship Club 2. 3. 179 '7'fi.1' 1. 3. F- if N 3 ' A x Xie fx . X.. 5 In if x 1 ' .- infix FRANCES BOSICH af' 'Q QT? KAREN BOYD Boulware. Edward "Reb" Basketball 2. 3. 4. Letterman 4: Base- ball 2, Track 4. Bouse, Sherrie "Sherrie" G.A.A. 2. 43 Megaphone Club Z: Cheerleader 21 P.A. Club 2. Announcer 21 Choir 21 Survey Ass't. Adv. Mgr. -ll Friendship Club 2. 43 Big Show Prod. Stalf 4. Bowers. Gordon "Gordie" Basketball 2. Boyd. Karen "Karen" F.N.A. -lg Friendship Club 3. if 5 CINDA BRADEN FREDRICK BREEN GEORGE BREWSTER CATHERINE BROOKS W. ,,i, . -4:1 VT V 5 Q A X ' if ALLEN BROWN MARION BROWN ROBERT BROWN STUART BROWN Braden, Cinda "Cinda" F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 21 Big Show Cast 3: Choir 2, 31 Choral Masters 4: Friend- ship Club 2. 3: Chairman-1958 Com- munity Chest Campaign 4: N.N.S. 4. Breen, Fredrick "Fred" Cross Country 41 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Let- terman 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Baseball 2. 3, -11 CODCCl'IbL1l'lCl 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3: Pit Band 2, 3. Brewster, George "George" Brooks, Catherine "Bonnie" I.Q.S. 4: G.A.A, 2: P.A, Club An- nouncer 2, 3: All-School Play Staff 3: Friendship Club 2: Ushering 2. Brown, Allen "Al" Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4. Brown, Marion "Browne" Cv.A.A. 4: Swim Club 2. 3, 4: Friend- ship Club 2, 3: Swim Cadet 2, 3, 4. Brown, Robert "Willie" Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3. Brown, Stuart "Stu" Cross Country 3. 4, Letterman 4: Track 3, 4, Letterman 4. 180 Two Mondays, one Tuesday, and six Thursday guidance periods were used to paint 3l2's Christmas poster. 1 H Q . vm i 5 if Wylie BJ., is MICHAEL BUBONICS , 5 B." N if -' ' 'Q' J Eb RICHARD BUZANSKI 'Kia -41... 1 2151. i il' I ' '-' . 52391. .1 Q. . e iiel i. . .. 7 t ,ii Ek, Z, z- 'via x F 'I I Q. I i in Ill?-""" JOANNE BUCHAR VICTOR BUDAN JOHN BUTLER PR Ji Q. ' . I ir' ef in . CHARLES BYSTRICKY BARBARA CALI ELAINE CAMPIANA Bubonics, Michael "Mike" Buzanski. Richard "Buzz" Basketball 21 Baseball 3. 41 Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4. Buchar, Joanne "Booch" I.Q.S. 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4 F.T.A. 3, 4: G.L.C. 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. 2. Butler, John 3, 4, Sec. 4, Soph. Class Sec. Z: Cabinet 2: Prom Comm. 3. 4g Student Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Homecoming Chairman 43 Concession Worker 2, 3 4, Chairman 3, 43 Euclidian Ass't. Edit.- in-Chief 43 Survey Bus. Stal? 33 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, Sec. 2, Ushering 2, 3, 41 All-School Play Prod. Stafl' 2: Spirits Budan, Victor "Vic" N.A.S.S. 31 Football Mgr. 33 Letter- men's Club 3. "Jack" Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4. 181 -v Bystricky, Charles "Chuck Football 2. Cali, Barbara "Barb Campana, Elaine "Elaine G.A.A. 43 Choral Masters 4: Cadet Choir 31 Jr. Red Cross 3: F.N.A. 41 Friendship Club 2. -- Ev J 9333? 'Q-1--an-4' ROBERT CAMPBELL WILLIAM CANDON BEVERLY CARLTON NANCE CARNEY 4,,a:-as-, fa . '8 l N FRANCES CERCEK Campbell, Robert "Bob" Baseball 2, 3. Candon, William "Bill" Football 3, Survey Bus. Staff 2, Hall Guard 4. Carlton, Beverly "Bev." F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, Treas. 4, World Affairs 2, Movie Club 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. Carney, Nance "Corny" F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Spring Sports Attendant 2, 3, Play Night Prod. Staff 3, Cast 2, Spring Play Prod. Stall' 3, Cast 2, 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Student Council Exec. Board 4, Vice-pres. 4, Student-Faculty Comm. 3, 4, All-School Play Cast 2, 3, 4, Lead 4: Friendship Club 2, 3, Thes- pians 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4. L 'mr' CLAUDIA CERNY FREDRICK CESNIK VIRGINIA CHARNICK Cercek, Frances "Fran" F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Concession Worker 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, F.N.A. 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Friendship Club 2, 3. Cerny, Claudia "Claude" World Affairs Club 4, Majorette Club 2, F.N.A. 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. Cesnik, Fredrick "Fred" Prom Committee 3, Book-store worker 2, All-School play prod. Staff 2, 3, Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 3: Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3. Charnick, Virginia "Ginny" Choir 2, Friendship 2, 3. 182 .' ff ' gn. -.,A i., i S s X b W xl - , . , ,X xx + X M-yn ' .1...-+ iv' --fm--:rr BRIAN CINCO FREDERICK CIRINO CAROLE CLARKE .,s6"'N Ci? JOYCE CLINE f"S"f?3 VTTWV 4 --., .,., X Ei., N1,. ., l N k rams ik' 1 , N. , .grainy ww. , saws DONALD CLINK MARY LOU COLANTONIO VIVIAN COLOMBI WILLIAM COOK Cinco, Brian "Lil Caesar" Clink. Donald "Clunk" World AfTairs 31 Hall Guard 43 P.A. I.Q.S. 3, 4, Treas. 41 F.T.A. 4: Baseball Club 2. 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Lettermen's Club 43 Euclidian Bus. Mgr. 43 Camera Club 2, Movie Club 23 Key Club 41 N.H.S. 4. Cirino, Frederick "Fred" . .. .. Track 23 Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. ggrgiogiolylvigrlgoigairs 3: Gmi- 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 21 G.L.C. 3: Megaphone Club 2: Big Show Prod. Staff 41 Choir 21 Girls' Glee Club 2. 31 Clarke, Carole "Carole" Euclidian Rep. 3. F.N.A. 4, Vice-pres. 4g Concert Band 2, 3, 41 Marching Band 3, 41 Euclidian Rep. 4g Bus. Stall' 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, Sec. 3, Usher 2. Cline, Joyce "Joyce" G.A.A. 43 Majorette Club 21 Jr. Red Cross 2, Friendship Club 3. 183 Colombi, Vivian "Viv" G.A.A. 2, 33 Majorette Club 23 Survey Rep. 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3. Cook, William "Bill" Prom Committee 31 Euclidian Business Staff 4: Hall Guard 2. Corlette, James "Jim" Foremen's Club 4. Costello, Naomi "Naomi" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Survey Rep. 4, Bus, Staif 4, Accountant 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. Courtot, Eileen "C0fkY,' Cowgill, Jerome "JC1'fY" s,-Fujii, I A . gi JAMES CORLETTE NAOMI COSTELLO D'Amico, Diana "Spider" Student Council 2, Majorette Club 25 Megaphone Club 31 Friendship Club 2, 3, Hall Guard 4. Danzinger, Kareen "Corine" Megaphone Club 2. Daugherty, Cathleen "Cathie" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Sub- stitute Chairman 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Announcer 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 41 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Choral Masters 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Ensemble 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 3: N.H.S. 4. Davis, Frances "Fran" G.A.A. 31 Senior Cabinet 43 Majorette Club 23 Megaphone Club 25 Friend- ship Club 2. EWR G 1 ' rg ' . We warned you sophomores, no knee socks' ,vs-A 11' F if '4"av' Q'-317' x . 1? E-4' EILEEN COURTOT JEROME COWGILL 'EUR-is ws, WNW iiw ,fig T -9 ON -ev- 'WNiwpg 5? N54- ,bs il DIANA D'AMICO KAREEN DANZINGER CATHLEEN DAUGHERTY FRANCES DAVIS 184 Q .inf- LINDA DAVIS A an-gee . 1 .V -V , 01:55 If Gr -santa' Q55 E: Davis, Linda "Lin" I.Q.S. 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, Class Cabinet 3, Guidance Council 3, Student Council Rep. 4, Megaphone Club 2, Euclidian Art Edit. 4, Eucuyo 3, 4, Art Editor 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Survey Rep. 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. Davis, Margaret "Dolly" Choir 3, Friendship Club 2, 3. Davis, Virginia "Ginger" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Movie Club 3, 4, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, Survey Rep. 4. Delavie, Daniel "Dan" Basketball 2, Baseball 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Captain 3. ff: MARGARET DAVIS K VIRGINIA DAVIS Delly, William "Bill" Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Ofticer 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Ofhcer 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Senior Oilicer 4. Demshar, Barbara "Nicki" G.A.A. 2, Megaphone Club 2: Friend- ship Club Z. Dennis, Carol "Dennis" Class Cabinet 4, Big Show Prod. Stafi 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Friendship Club 3, Jr. Red Cross 2. Derbaum, Judith "Judy" G.A.A. 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Pit Band 3, Or- chestra 2, 3, Survey Bus. Staff 2, Eu- cuyo 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. 1 og: - DANIEL DELAVIE -x iaith T' Sfx W 5' V7 WILLIAM DELLY BARBARA DEMSHAR CAROL DENNIS JUDITH DERBAUM 185 De Stantis, Oswald "Ozzie" Di Tirro, Anna "Ann" World AtTairs 41 Big 5h0W BHUCI 39 Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 4. Doley. David "D.D.T." N,H.S. 3, 43 Football 21 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Dever, Robert "Bob" 4, Treas. 3, Exec. Board 3, 4, Key Club Swim Club 3, 41 Big Show 21 Concert 2, 3g Euclidian Picture Edit. 4: Spirits Band 23 Marching Band 2: Pit Band 2. 3, 4. Doyle, Patricia "Pat" Dey, Rhonda "Ronnie"I.Q.S. 3, 43 Homecoming Attendant 33 Student Council Rep. 31 Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3. 43 Big Show Cast 3, 41 Eucuyo Art Editor 4. Dietz, Donald "ZCkC', Y Football 2. 3. 4, Letterman 3. 41 Wres- tling 3g Lettermen's Club 2. 3. 4: ClaSSDreifort, Kathleen "Sherrie" . , . l l Cabinet 3 4. Friendship Club 3' Clmk s not impolite, that's his mother he's thumbing. - s S-l-.QN Y:-fj' f, 51.-f 'l!C"'9" OSWALD DE SANTIS ROBERT DEVER RHONDA DEY DONALD DIETZ f 55'-wwf ANNA DI TIRRO DAVID DOLEY PATRICIA DOYLE KATHLEEN DREIFORT 186 Drotos. Barbara "Babs" G.A.A. 2, 3: Megaphone Club 2: Jr. Red Cross 3: F.N.A. 43 Spring Play Prod. Staff 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. 4. Dudley, Jean "Jeanie" Student Council Rep. 41 Friendship Club 3. Duffy. James "DufT" Football 2, 3, 4. Letterman 43 Basket- ball 2, 3. 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Hall Guard 3. Dwyer. Rosemary "RO" Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year, Edwards. Sheridan "Sherry" F.T.A. 2: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Camera Club 3: P.A. Technician Z. 3: F.N.A. 4: Friendship Club 3. Esch. Glenn "Glenn" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Camera Club 3. 4. Dunn, Martha "Many" F.T.A. 2. 3. 41 G.A.A. 21 Friendship Club 2. Evancic. Leonard "Lenny" Baseball 2: Bowling 4: Hall Guard 4. fiangr Q ,.. .I :UN S nge mv, 5 BARBARA DROTOS JEAN DUDLEY JAMES DUFFY MARTHA DUNN .qc- fp xffif K-'D 5" QQ, 'Y' SQ-ff' 12" 'H'-75" ROSEMARY DWYER SHERIDAN EDWARDS GLENN, ESCH LEONARD EVANCIC 187 Faber, Paul "Big 'J' H Felice, Marilyn "Mare" Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 41 Wres- M6g21Dh0HC Club 31 PA. Club An- tling 21 Big Show Prod. Stal? 21 Choir nouncer 31 Euclidian Rep. 4: Friend- Sg B0y3' Glee Club 3, ship Club 2, 3, Hall Guard 4. Falk, Grace "Gracie" G.A.A. 21 Jr. Red Cross 41 Bookstore Fiorem Barbara apudgen Worker 41 Fflendshlp Club 2' Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. G.A.A. 2, 31 Jr. Red Cross 31 Big Show Fantini, Fred --Dinov Cast 2, 3, 41 Choir 3, 41 Choral Masters N.F'L. 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 2. 4: All- 4, Girls' GICC Club 21 Friendship Club 'T School Play Cast 2. 3, 41 Play Night -- Cast 2, 3, 41 Spring Play Cast 2, 3, 41 Thespians 3, 4, President 41 Hall Guard 4. Fischietto, Rosemary "Roe" Jr. Red Cross 4. Fatur, Jean "Jean" G.A.A. 2, 31 Megaphone Club 2. 31. P.A. Club Announcer 2, 3, Sec. 31 Spring Play Prod. Staff 31 Survey Bus. Flaesgarten, Patricia "Pat" Staff Sec. 41 Friendship Club 2, 31 G.A.A. 3, 41 Megaphone Club 21 P.A. N.H.S, 4. Technician 21 Friendship Club 2, 3. --' - 4 - 1 .Ae . . "':':w, . A '.. X, 3 4-' . b vi HY' 'YYY' ii? Inf To most seniors it seemed as though National Merit Exams tested not only mental ability, but the ability to stay quietly seated for two and one half hours. K PAUL FABER GRACE FALK FRED FANTINI JEAN FATUR lm-'-X fi ima 61' MARILYN FELICE BARBARA FIORELLI ROSEMARY FISCHIETTO PATRICIA FLAESGARTEN 188 4' r r , 5 f x llug.A Q M f 719 ff we Q C in X no ' x JANICE FOCHT 66" ks..- Forsberg, Harry K'Hare" Swimming 2g P.A. Club 2, 3. 4, Director 3, 43 Buckeye Boys' State Rep. 3g N.H.S. 4. Foster. George "George" Big Show Cast 2. 31 Choir 2. 31 Eucuyo Ass't Edit. 4, Francis, Doreen "Dodie" G.A.A. 21 Euclidian Rep, 41 F.N.A. 4: Friendship Club 2. Friedman, Barry "Big Bear" N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Wrestling 2. 3. 4. Letter- man 2. 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4. Class Cabinet 4. fi aawN"-L xy! v. E. ELLEN FOERSTE JUDITH FORD as -- a E4-'wif fs- : g ifs-E: HARRY FORSBERG GEORGE FOSTER DOREEN FRANCIS BARRY FRIEDMAN Fuller, David "Dave" Basketball 2, 3: Track 2. Fuller, Richard "Dick" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. N.F.L. 4: World Affairs 3, 4, Pres. 4 Cross Country 3, 4: Letterman 4: Let- terman's Club 4: Buckeye Boy's State Rep. 3. Gabowitz, Linda "Lyn" G.A.A. 2: Jr. Red Cross 4: Bookstore 4: All-School Play Prod. StafT3: Friend- ship Club 2. Gainar, Lois "Lo" G.A.A. 3, 4: Megaphone Club 2: Jr. Red Cross 2: F.N.A, 41 Big Show Prod. Staff 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. Galaba, Susan "Susie" I.Q.S. 4: N.H.S. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2: Prom Committee 3: Student Council Z, 3, 4, Exec. Board 4. Homecoming Chairman 4, Hall Guard 3: Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Varsity 3, 4, Ii- - .. f Co-Capt. 4, Letterwinner 3, 43 Euclid- ian Staff Edit. 4q Friendship Club 2, 3: Spirits 4. Garrett, Lowell "Garrett" Big Show Prod. StafT4e Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Pit Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4. Gauch, Richard "Skip" N.F.L. 2: I.Q.S. 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: N.I-I.S. 3, 4: World Affairs 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 3: Ad Club 3, 4: Movie Club 2: Stage Crew 2: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Bookstore Worker 2, 3: All-School Play Cast 2, 3, 4: Prod. Staff 3: Play Night Prod. Stan' 2, 3, 4, Director 4: Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, Cast 3: Choir 3: Choral Masters 4: Survey Bus. Staff 2. 3. 4. Co-Business Manager 4: Thespians 3, 4: Euclid Traffic Council 3, 4, Pres. 4. Gedgaudas, Leona "Lee" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Friendship Club 3: F.T.A. 4. X mfg jrngx, 3.1-we Us .. Q...,.,4f DAVID FULLER - . .5-.v .1 -Q ev- ' li, Q . i Q' 'Ln e .1 ,fl X g at SUSAN GALABA 5-if YI Wax" W-...W ,--' RICHARD FULLER iff' ns! ,.-44.3 X 457,-ig-2 t E its it I LOWELL GARRETT 190 5 9 QL, fs, Hose , ' I , lx i I , , I 1 I ',:,,,.,4a-c Here's how the posters got up. IN Q. an LINDA GABOWITZ LOIS GAINAR -me fl wi 95:2 ,Q saw tvs' A .. ., x b q v RICHARD GAUCH LEONA GEDGAUDAS - --si 1. Ku : Wjwsg 13 , .N ' 1-ill f pl. Q i'f,:Wig5.L-A Q' '- I 3 . N Q s -Q' -- ,g 3,23 I WALTER GESKE ai, AVS Q"""'y X. ,"'+l:Q:lw...-' Geske, Walter "Waldo" Gessic, Agatha "Aggie' N.F.L. 2g N.H.S. 3, 4g G.A.A. 2, 33 Student Council 3, Hall Guard 3g Meg- aphone Club 2, 3, 4. Varsity Cheer- leader 3, 4, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Letter- winner 4: Big Show Cast 2: Choir 41 Girls' Glee Club 2: Euclidian Ass't. Picture Edit. 41 Friendship Club 2, 3: I.Q.S. 4. Gever, Judith "Judy s tw ..Gars- Giordano, Gary Class Cabinet 3. -Phila Gliebe, Phillip N.H.S, 4. njudy.. Glinsek. Judith F.T,A. 4: G.A.A. 2: Class Cabinet 4: Prom Committee 2: Student Council Rep. 43 Majorette Club 3: Megaphone Club 2 3' All-School Play Cast 43 Choir T A 3 Bookstore 3' Concert Band - 7 F. . . 1 - . 4 . 2. 3. 4. Marching Band 2, 3. 41 surveyfi Ff'e"dSh'P Club 3- 31 Hall Guard -- Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 49' 4' Captain 4' Gibb. Thomas "Gibbie" Football 21 Cross Country 3: Track 3gG010b, Janice --jan" Swimming 2: Stage Crew 4: EL1CliCli21Y1G.A.A. 2: Concert Band 2. 3, 4: March- Rep. 4. 4 QU' :' NN . 4- l 5 Ag X. JUDITH GEYER 455 We-J' ing Band 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 3. :gg ,. T ' 45.-.. THOMAS GIBB IIUKK 553 91 'C' . 'CI'-ff' AGATHA GESSIC te' 5 X he 5.4 JUDITH GLINSEK JANICE GQLOB GARY GIORDANO PH1LL1P GL1EBE 191 3' 6 sx x x Q S X X xx G0l0b. Judith "Judie" Gramberg, Carol "Carol" G.A.A. 2: Jr. Red Cross 41 F.N.A. 41 G.L.C. 43 Survey Edit. Staff 4, Copy Friendship Club 2. 3. Edit. 43 Friendship Club 33 N.H.S. 4. Gravell, Richard "Gravel" Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Class Cabinet 43 Swim Club 2, 43 Big Show Cast 23 Golf Team 3, 4. Gordon, Gary "Gary" Gorslene, Laura "Lolly" F.T.A. 43 G.A.A. 23 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 4: Choir 33 Choral Masters 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Madri- Grea es, Jam s "Nuck" gals 33 Friendship Club 2. v e Football 23 Wrestling 2, 33 Track 23 Stage Crew 43 Forman's Club 4. Graafmeyer, William "Wes' Football 2, 33 Track 2, 3. 43 Letterman G,-een. Donald --Don" 41 SlLldCf1ICOUHCil RCD- 41 School RCC- Spirits 43 Wrestling 2, 3. 4, Letterman "During intermission I want a ham on rye in my dressing Ord AHHOUHCCT 41 N-HS, 4- 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 4.Vice-pres. 4. room." QUSFQ er .3 as - "-'5 . R ,f 1t--'-- , s.q,,,,. 'W'-"" s'ET"1vfx 'Q JUDITH GOLOB GARY GORDON LAURA GORSLENE WILLIAM GRAAFMEYER - 1-3fi-Q'5SN- 21, or-e 39 W-sw 'l1""'1" -nr.-r-er' 'Qi' CAROL GRAMBERG RICHARD GRAVELL JAMES GREAVES DONALD GREEN 192 lx Myra was decorating until the tinsel hid her. Gregory, Patricia "Lil Tex" I.Q.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2. 3, 4g World Affairs 2, 3. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3g All-School Play Prod. Staff3g Choir 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Orchestra 2: Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Survey Edit. Statl' 2. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3g Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 3. Haas. Kathryn "Kathy" G.A.A. 2g Student Council Rep. 3' Majorette Club 2, 3. 4. Majorette 3, 4 Head Majorette 4, Marching Band 3 41 Choir 2. 3, 4: Euclidian Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2. Ushering 2, . Hammink, Ralph "Ralph" Football 2. Handy, Joanne "Jo" G.A.A. 4g Friendship Club 2. 3: F.N.A. 4. Hanes. Albert "Al" Tennis 3. 4. Letterman 41 Syimming 33 Lettermen's Club 41 Student Council Rep. 4: Big Show Prod, Staff 4. Hansen, Linda "Clem" N.F.L. 3: Big Show Prod. Stan' 2: Sur- vey Edit. Staff 3, F.N.A. 4: Friendship Club 3. 4. Harris, Beverly "Bev" F.T.A. 3. 4: Class Cabinet 31 Guidance Council 3: Student Council Rep. 2, 31 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Friendship Club 2. 3. Hava. Anita "Nita" G.A.A. 2. 3. 41 Friendship Club 2. 3. 43 Foremen's Club 4. Sec. 45 N.H.S. 4. ,-5 iff' T? f',xJ 453- . 451 'CS re-'V PATRICIA GREGORY KATHRYN HAAS RALPH HAMMINK JQANNE HANDY 45- 4 'asf' Ai :Q ALBERT HANES LINDA HANSEN BEVERLY HARRIS ANITA HAVA 193 -ili- Rf DIANE HEDGES 41-ex, 'fin THOMAS HEINZ ML - 1"5-Q, K0 QQ' jf' mx ix Y P Q- ,D EVELYN HELMICK BARBARA HENFLING -- E,-ee 'TTD K Ja:-5 IN., ,'.,x .. YL ' ii JUDITH HERRICK NANCY HEWITT ROBERT HINES NANCY HOLMES Hedges. Diane "Shrubs" Student Council 23 Megaphone Club 21 Bookstore Worker 23 Big Show Cast 21 Friendship Club 2, 3. Heinz, Thomas "Tony" Football 2g Cross Country 3. 4, Letter- man 3, 41 Track 2. 3. 4. Letterman 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 41 Hall Guard 4. Helmick. Evelyn "Evie" F.T.A.41G.A.A. 2. 4g Friendship Club 2, 3. Ushering 2. Henfling, Barbara "Barb" F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 2, 41 F.N.A. 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, 3. Herrick. Judith "Judy" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 43 G.A.A. 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Band 41 Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 43 Or- chestra 2. 3. 4, Head Librarian 4: Friendship Club 2, 3. 4: N.H.S. 4. Hewitt. Nancy "Nance" F.T.A. 2: G.A.A. 4: Class Cabinet 41 Guidance Council 43 Megaphone Club 21 F.N.A. 41 Friendship Club 2, 31 Hall Guard 3. Hines. Robert "Dutch" Football 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2. 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3: Hall Guard 3, 4. Holmes. Nancy "Nance" F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 2, 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 2, 33 Choir 4. Sec. 4: Survey Bus. Staif 2, 4: N.H.S. 4. 194 If these are future teachers, maybe we boys better stay in school. vis-QW 'sf le ,- 54" can nf tml ,mgbpqf---ff 4, R x" ' s, Q .vir- I E 4 Q7 JUDITH HOLZBERGER JOHN HOPPERT ROSALIE HORVATH v"'.. 4. , W- e,54:g5-- ix x -A ' :..',, L K Q- RS Nfl? ti, q"'lx pg-4 'SS Sv' .gun-x 'UN TN-"v 5,17 JOHN HULT Qu..-Y NX ROBERTA HUNSTON BARBARA HUNT CHRISTINE HUNTER HERBERT JANKE Holzberger, Judith "Judy" Friendship Club 2. ..H0ppy.. Hoppert, John Cross Country 2, 3, 4g Track 23 Hall Guard 3. NRO., Horvath, Rosalie Majorette Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 3. Hult. John "John" I.Q.S. 3: Class Cabinet 3. 43 Guidance Council 33 Survey Edit. StafT43 Eucuyo 3, 41 Foreman's' Club 4, N.H.S. 4. l95 Hunston. Roberta "Bobbie' N.H.S. 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres 4, Exec. Board 3, 43 World AtTairs 4 G.A.A. 23 Prom Committee 3, Major- ette Club 2, 3: Survey Bus. Staff 4 Eucuyo 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 Ushering 33 Hall Guard Captain 3. Hunt. Barbara "Barb' F.T.A. 2. 4: World AfTairs 4: G.A.A 41 Ad Club 3, 43 Majorette Club 33 Bookstore Worker 3: Choir 43 Euclid- ian Rep. 3. 4: Survey Bus. Stat? 4: Friendship Club 2, 3, 41 Prom Com- mittee 31 Big Show Prod. Staff 33 N.H.S. 4. Hunter. Christine "Chris" F.T.A. 3, 41 Friendship Club 3. 4. Janke, Herbert "Herb" Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. IN .irmyx E .N A ..-.. re.. . l. yu-X t" f - , xi, n ' Q t ' , J! I e' gy.. . -..-5. v'1T.'-Y CLARE JARC CAROL JAYNES PETER JERABEK CAROL JERAN A: H I Fi '41 :fr -Y .-. -gg,-, : X , xg of ' A is ft 4" J X ' 4 V N "'.O' W' ,. 5 t 3- 'M f X Q F 1 R ' 5- Qi, gs, X 5 , f X' . fl C fl Q - V , 5 'J-,:f1gf'-,qw SQ-2ff?'f21j? .1 ,ig ' ' .N -1 1 eg. '. fini. -I ',: 5 , ifffifk Q 55- .fb .. F i f :wiv sZQ7.'-fe4i2if'.'-.' Sf 6 ANITA JOHNSON Jarc, Clare "Clare" Friendship Club 2. "Carol" Jaynes, Carol World Ailairs Club 4: G.A,A, 2, 3, 4g Majorette Club 2: Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2. Jerabek, Peter "Pete" P.A. Technician 2, 3, 43 School Record Committee 4. 'LCarol" Jeran, Carol G.A.A. 3g Stage Crew 3g All-School Play Prod. Stall 3, Spring Play Prod. Staff 31 Friendship Club 2, 3. LEIF JONASSEN Johnson, Anita "Johnny" N.F.L. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 3, 41 Student Council Rep. 31 Hall Guard 3, 4, Capt. 43 Swim Club 2, 3, 4, All-School Play Cast 4, Prod. Staff 41 Big Show Cast 4: Friendship' Club 2, 3, Swim Show 2, 3, 43 Swim Leader 2, 3, 4. Jonassen, Leif "Leif" Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman 41 Wres- tling 3: Student Council Rep. 4. Jones, Gregory "Scott" Cross Country 3, 43 Track 2, Marching Band 2, 3. Concert Band 2, 3. Jones, Judith "Judy" World Alfairs 4: G.A.A. 2, 3g Student Council Rep. 33 Majorette Club 3, 4, Majorette 4, Megaphone Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 2: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Choral Masters 4g Madrigals 3, Euclidian Rep. 31 Survey Rep. 3. 196 GREGORY JONES JUDITH JONES Queue me in. 5 wifi SVN 'Sv' 'RTN-P MARGARET JORDAN .-- Rv-- .auf ..,j'iFnxN:- ff- 1 - ,"w',,'A - ',:,s':'X' . l,5,,,,-,L .wxxd "" ' W iz. - ' . ' I' ' ll Nw- r ep ips ww, wg... pq , , 5 . . 1, ,., . Xa ANTHONY KAKTA flax Nfixt ' I . f 1 55353515 ': :mf sir!- 3- I Avia, A is- ' :' v ..:,:. ,, P- - f'f2..f xx , - 13 f Q. S, X If , 'sul 1' T . .---- 1? J. aw' 'fps , aiu TW 'Q'-if-f K- ...J JUDITH JUNDA RICHARD KACPRZAK JAMES KAEHLER ,ii gr 'G A! -el BARBARA KATANIK RAYMOND KATONA CAROL KELLY Jordan. Margaret "Marge" Kakta. Anthony "Tony" G.A.A. 2, 3. 41 Jr. Red Cross 33 Friend- ship Club 2. r Katanik. Barbara "Barb" G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council Rep. 4: Cafe. Guard 4: F.N.A, 4: Girls' Junda, Judith "Judy" Glee Club 4: Friendship Club 2. 3: Big G.A.A. 3, 43 F.N.A. 4. Show Cast-1. Katona, Raymond "Ray" I ,. , I Kacprzak, Richard "Rich" Boys' Glee Club 21 Forman's Club 4. T Baseball 2, 43 Concession Worker 2. l ' i 5 Q Kelly, Carol "Carol" Jr. Red Cross 31 F.N.A. 41 Friendship Kaehler, James "Jim" Club 2. 197 W I A I e 1 X , V ll 5. ly. tl lfu 1 I 1 1 I i I 'l Ii ,. 1 ,. ll ,A 1 l A., "'Jl':' ., 1 -My ,..- - - - , Y . 1 . N 'C' I' f". it -t C39 DONALD KELSO if' ....., illu- QQ? SHIRLEY KERZIC QT' KENNETH KESSLER MELVIN KEYES H X. 1 -- 'N-f x Eff DIANA KING HOWARD KING FLORENCE KISH KAREN KISH Kelso, Donald "Muttnik" Kerzic, Shirley "Shirl" G.A.A. 4, Majorette Club 21 Mega- phone Club 2g F.N.A. 41 Big Show C351 2, Pony Chorus 2: Friendship Club 2, 3. Kessler. Kenneth "Km" Cross Country 31 Track 3, 41 Big Show Band 23 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 4. Keyes, Melvin "Mel" Camera Club 2. 3, 4, Euclidian Ass't. Circulation Manager 4g N.H.S. 4. King, Diana "Di" G.A.A. 3, 4, Swim Club 3, 4, Swim Leader 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2. King, Howard "Howie" Movie Club 2. Kish, Florence "Flo" Kish, Karen "Karen" F.T.A. 2, 3,41 G.A.A. 2, Class Cabinet 4: Student Council Rep. 3: All-School Play Prod. Starl' 2, 3, Spring Play Staff 3: Euclidian Bus. Statl Sec. 4g Friend- ship Club 3g N.H.S. 4. 198 Mel, Don, and John gather Euclidian money as their three legged table falls again. me I RICHARD KLISHAK I if-iii-'I X 'JST 9- . II I -if A U E j J x..,.g! I A . -I ,.,l E. X i A 3 x 5 3 5 J . 4, I . 5 'I Q , CAROL KOCHER if MARILYN KOEHN X--df' , X I? Q - . '1' T 'i ig -S"p7?,pi ij, j JOSEPH KOGOY vs J' JANET KOLMAN LOUIS KONYHA LAWRENCE DIANE KOSS KORZUNOWSKI Klishak, Richard "Dick' Kocher, Carol "Carol' Megaphone Club 23 Friendship Club 2. Koehn, Marilyn "Marilyn" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Jr. Red Cross 33 Student Council Rep. 33 Big Show Prod. Staff 43 Friendship Club 3. Kogoy, Joseph "Joe" 199 1 Kolman, Janet "Jan" G.A.A. 33 Jr. Red Cross 33 Survey Edit. Staff 2. Konyha, Louis "Lou" Football 23 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letter- man 4, Baseball 2, 4, Letterman 2, 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. Korzunowski, Lawrence "Korz" Koss, Diane "Kossi" N.H.S. 3, 43 Euclidian Edit.-in-Chief43 N.F.I.. 2, 3. Sec. 33 l.Q.S. 3, 4, Pres. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Dist. Rep. 3, Pres. 4: G.L.C. 3, 4: G.A.A Z, 3: Class Vice- pres. 3, Cabinet 3g Guidance Council 33 Prom Committee 3, 43 Student Coun- cil Exec. Board 43 All-School Play Prod. Staff 23 Choral Masters 41 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Vice-pres. 3: Survey Bus. Staff 3: Friendship Club 2. 3. Pres. 3, Ushering 2, 33 Spirits 43 Concession Worker 2, 3, 4. Q :uv'v-6 W if-l'l.:f f L L 4. , A f N 6 , 'hun-v"" JOHN KOVACH QI? CAROL Roziar 'Nl-rf 'Q .Q-7, XA? .L Qu-...,.,-Q fx H YES' CONSTANCE KRANZ r'- 4'N , 'wh 'Q'-ly 59 KAREN KRECIC 45 'quasa- N .0 'fx I JERRY KUCHTA RICHARD KUHAR JAYNE RULRA RUDOLPH RUZNIR Kovach. John "Butch" Stage Crew 4. Kozel. Carol "Cozy" N.F.L. 21 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g Student Council Rep. 43 Megaphone Club 23 Spring Play Prod. Staff 31 Euclidian Rep. 4: Friendship Club 2, 3. Kranz, Constance "Conni" Friendship Club 2. Krecic, Karen G.A.A. 2, 3: Majorette Club 3g Mega- phone Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 23 Euclid- ian Rep. Zg Friendship Club 2, V3. Kuchta, Jerry "Jere" Football 2, 3. 4, Letterman 31 Basket- ball 2. 3, 4: Letterman 2: Baseball 24 Letterman 2g Letterman's Club 3, 4g Class Cabinet 4. Kuhar, Richard "Snurflie" Big Show Prod. Staff 41 Band 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4g Pit Band 2, 3, 4g Pep Band 2, 3, 4. Kulka, Jayne "Chink" Megaphone Club 2g Choral Masters 4g Friendship Club 2. Kuznik, Rudolph "Rudy-Kazooty' Camera Club 3: Movie Club 2, 3, 4g Big Show Prod. Stad 4. 200 -N. I N .gy 0 S. QS, .-.ST X Three fellows cutting class. 5' . f ' Q, I , E 'sz-57.5" .A-IN et. 'ltr' PAUL LA BANT WILLIAM LANGE RICHARD LANGEL tif 1 ---4 A 1-E S UA sf 4 55,295 I lillli W elal2tzlfiftf4Q?N, - A night? tS::QQ.x if flex-FQ.i2i3lf ROBERT LANTZ MYRA LARKIN JUDITH LA TOUR LaBant. Paul "Paul" "Fireball" Basketball 22 Baseball 2, 3, 41 Guid- Lange, William ance Council 3, 4. Langel, Richard "Rick" Movie Club 2, 3, 4. Lanning, Bonnie "Bon" G.A.A. 2: Student Council 31 Mega- Dh0I'le Cl'-lb 2, 3, 41 Friendship Club 2, 3. 201 4? KJ BONNIE LANNING New H Q--:uv Nu.,-r' CAROLINE LAUBLER Lantz, Robert "Bob" Entered Euclid in Senior Year. Larkin, Myra "My" I.Q.S. 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4g G.A.A. 2, 31 Class Cabinet 31 Guidance Council 31 Homecoming Attendant 41 Student Council Exec. Board 41 Rep. 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman Magazine Drive 41 P.A. Announcer 21 All School Play Prod. Staff 21 Big Show Cast 3, 41 Concert Band 2, D3, 41 Marching Band 2, 3, 41 Pit Band 2, 3, 41 Euclidian Bus.StafT31 Sur- vey Reporter 2, Edit.-in-Chief41 Eucuyo 41 Friendship Club 2, 3: N.H.S. 4. LaTour, Judith "Peaches" N.H.S. 3,41 F.T.A. 2, 3, 41G.A.A. 2,31 Student Council Rep. 31 Majorette Club 31 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 41 Choir 3, Choral Masters 41 Girls' Glee Club 21 Euclidian Bus. Staff 31 Friendship Club 2, 3, Treas. 21 Prom Committee 2. Laubler, Caroline "Carol" G.A.A. 2, 41 F.N.A. 41 Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2. 'N 'QF R VJ? YN 'QU . EILEEN LAURICH LEON LEAVITT CHARLES LEBER JEAN LEDUC IU" vs Qi? A X Ds. ,, x DOROTHY LEE JAMES LEGERSKI HOWARD LEININGER RICHARD LELAND Laurich, Eileen "Red" F.T.A. 2, 33 World Affairs 33 Ad Club 3, 43 Megaphone Club 23 P.A. Club 33 All-School Play Cast 3g Spring Play Cast 3. Leavitt, Leon "Leon" Baseball 2, 3. 4. Leber, Charles "Chuck" Stage Crew 2. "Jeannie" Leduc. Jean G.A.A. 33 Friendship Club 2, 3. Lee, Dorothy "Dottie" I.Q.S. 3, 4. Sec. 4: G.L.C. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Prom Committee 3: Student Council 3, 4. Sec. 4, Exec. Board 43 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 F.N.A. 43 Big Show Cast 43 Prod. Staff 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4, Choral Masters 4, Sec. 4, Girls' Glee Club 23 Euclidian Script Edit. 43 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4: N.H.S. 4. Legerski, James "Jimbo" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Leininger, Howard "How" Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Let- termen's Club 3. 43 Student Council 23 Swim Club 2. 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 3. Leland, Richard "Lee" Football Mgr. 2, 3, 41 Letterman 3, 43 Track Mgr. 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 4. 202 Senior girls transform the old Olds into a sleek "Spirit Special." .... f' aol. D ,.u,-zwsalfsiiflsni: SHIRLEY LEVY SANDRA LINDQUIST f. 4 5 . Y' ns" ,Mg, 4'5- I 45,9 - 't-.- . 'Q' X. Y aiu, 'YQ' . 't:r:ri1"m- , '3Z- - Q'-j e Er, FE-"1g'lfil-43:14 fb 1'f,.QQl7-S435 xx "I I '3 . 3 .am . 5' DOROTHY LINDSTROM RONALD LISCH .ty W'-1'r1:l-Y' RONALD LOKAR Levy, Shirley "Lev" Majorette Club 21 Megaphone Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 3. Lindquist. Sandra "Sandy" G.L.C. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g Friendship Club 2. Lindstrom. Dorothy "Dotty" I.Q.S. 43 N.H.S 3, 4, Sec. 43 F.T.A. 4g G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 41 Prom Committee 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 33 Majorette Club 2, 3: Mega- phone Club 2, Cheerleader 23 P.A. Club 4, Announcer 4g F.N.A. 4, All-School Play Prod. Staff 23 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, Choral Masters 45 Girls' Glee Club 2: Madrigals 4g Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Edit. Staff 41 Survey Bus. Staff 4, Edit. Staff 4, Art Editor 43 Friendship Club 2, 31 Co-Director School Record 4. Lisch, Ronald "Ron" Bowling Team 4. 203 . Ti-lr' JOSEPH LONGO Lobdell, Dorwin "Buck" Swimming 2, 33 Swim Club 2. 3: Hall Guard 3, 4. Logan, Grace "Gracie" Majorette Club 21 Band 2, Concert Band 2, Marching Band 2, Pit Band 2: Choir 2. Lokar, Ronald "Ron" Basketball Z: Baseball 2, 3. 4, Letter- man 43 P.A. Club 2, 3. 4, Technician 3, 4, Pres. 4. Longo, Joseph "Joe" Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. LoPresti, Charles "Chas" Football 2, 4: Basketball 21 Track 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 41 Student Council 2: Key Club 2, 3, 4. Lucas, Janet "Jan" N.H.S. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2: Prom Commit- tee 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 43 Mega- phone Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 4: F.T.A. 43 All-School Play 2, 3, 4: Play Night Cast 2, 3, Spring Play Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club 2: Euclid- ian Bus. Staff 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, Thespians 4, Spirits 4. Luikart, Linda "Lynn' Macarol, Ann Marie "Annie" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: G.L.C. 3, 4. Sec. 4g Cv.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Ad Club 3, 4: All- School Play Prod. Staff 3: Spring Play Prod. Staff 2: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Euclid- ian Edit. Staff 4: Friendship Club 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. 'Qisvgpevv' !. CHARLES LO PRESTI 6 is..--.-. Macheta, Victoria "Long Sam" World Affairs 33 Bookstore Manager 4: Spring Play Prod. Staff 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 2g Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 41 Friendship Club 3: N.H.S. 4. Mack, Robert "Bob" Football 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Baseball Mgr. 3, Letterman 33 Letter- men's Club 3. Maher, Eugene Camera Club 2, 3, Sec. 3. Majcen, Kenneth "Mace" Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 21 Baseball 31 Choir 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Boys' Quartet 2, 3, Madrigals 2, 3, Octet 2. 3. Q- .. , 4' 'Q'-1-GM, -'V---sv N: r ,t .Q-J,Q,Q:3 "I'll look anywhere for yearbook ideas." f'X -'N Cb '1- ii? Cx gf? .K K x JANET LUCAS -r 3 2' N 5 K X Ln. LINDA LUIKART ANN MARIE MACAROL FPL 'EP VICTORIA MACHETA ROBERT MACK EUGENE MAHER KENNETH MAJCEN 204 David, don't you dare take that picture." Malone, Beverly "Bevy" Choir 2: Friendship 3. Manney, Carol "Red" Euclidian Rep. 3: Survey Rep. 4: Hall Guard 4: Megaphone Club 3: Jr. Red Cross 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. Markouc, Janet "Jan" G.A.A. 2: Megaphone Club 2: F.N.A. 41 Choir 23 Friendship Club 2. 3. Marolt, Patricia "Pat" G.A.A. 2, 3: Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Cheerleader 3. 4, Co-Captain 4, Letterwinner 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3. Mason, Robert "Bob"' Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. Football 4, Letterman 4: Basketball 4. Letterman 4: Baseball 4. Massie, Carolyn "Carol" Stage Crew 3: Jr. Red Cross 3: Friend- ship Club 2. Mateyka, Linda "Lin" F.T.A. 2: P.A. Club Z. 3. 4. Technician 2, 3. 41 Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2. 3. 4, Pit Band 2. 3. 4. Mathson, Glendeen "Glen" F.T.A. 41 Ad Club 2. 3, 4: Bookstore Worker 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. be 5 53- 'Q-'Q BEVERLY MALONE CAROL MANNEY JANET MARKOUC PATRICIA MAROLT Sq,- YYY Yllifff lvl IQ' 1T"'-f ROBERT MASON CAROLYN MASSIE LINDA MATEYKA 205 GLENDEEN MATHSON Mattis, David "Butch" Cross Country 23 Track 2. McBr0om, Maureen "Mo" G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Cabinet 43 Concession Worker 43 Hall Guard 3g Megaphone Club 23 F.N.A. 43 All-School Play Prod. Stall 2, 3, 43 Play Night Prod. McGovern, Joyce "Joy' G.A.A. 43 Megaphone Club 23 F,N.A. 33 Friendship Club 3. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. Stal? 2, 3, 43 Big Show Prod. Staff 2, 4: Friendship Club 2. 3, Ushering 2. McKee, George "George' McCormack, Ellen "Ollie" F.T,A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Stage Crew 23 All-School Play Prod. Staff 43 Play Night Prod. Staff 43 Big Show Prod. Staff 33 Friendship Club 2, 3. McCormick, Robert 's...,e" DAVID MATTIS er' in JOYCE MCGOVERN ..B0b,. McIntyre, Mary "Kay' G,L.C. 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, ,- Exec. Board 43 Majorette Club 2, 3, 4 Majorette Sub. 3, 43 Big Show Cast' 2 McKibben, Judith "Mac" N.H.S. 3, 4, Treas. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.L.C. 3, 4, Vice-pres. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council Rep. 23 Big Show Cast 3, 4, Prod. Staff 33 Choir 33 Choral Masters 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Survey Rep. 33 Eucuyo Edit. Board 23 Friend- MAUREEN MCBROOM xv-""" MARY MCINTYRE 206 ship Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Ushering 2, 3. Euclid High Rembrandts S . ,Q-4. 1, FYI, with Christmas spirit brush up on their painting. 1, 3 ,. .3-'l ELLEN MCCORMACK '4l!""'?" GEORGE MCKEE REQ-R. . - . -8. 3 X h . h .. 42 , 3-3-.i , , , 'F its ' ,Q 33 .X in ' Elle 1 . ,I ,X . K . ROBERT MCCORMICK JUDITH MCKIBBEN . 'mfr .QQA 61 .4 K .-45 -fa. -ws S X L ' SA f' X HARVEY MCKNIGHT -' - E its -"5 -S- McKnight. Harvey "Max" Basketball 2. McLaughlin. Allan "Mac" Football 2. 3: Class Cabinet 3. 4: Guid- ance Council 31 Prom Committee 31 Student Council Rep. 4: Key Club 2. 3. 4. McLaughlin. Larry "Romeo" All-School Play Cast 2. Play Night Cast 21 Big Show Cast 23 Choir 2. 3, Choral Masters 41 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Thespians 4. McLeod, Ronald "Ron" Football 2. 3. 43 Letterman 3. 4. McPeek, Karen "Mama" N.F.L. 3, 41 F.T.A. 2. 3, 4: Student Council 21 Stage Crew 3. 41 P.A. Club 3, 4. Announcer 41 F.N.A. 43 All- School Play Cast 2. 31 Prod. Stall' 2. 3. 4: Play Night Cast 21 Prod. Staff 2. 3, 4: Spring Play 2. 3, 4. Director 3. Prod. Stat? 2. 3. 4: Big Show Cast 2. 3. 4. Prod. Stat? 2. 3, 43 Choir Z. 3. 43 Choral Masters 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Euclid- ian Bus. Staff 3: Eucuyo 2: Thespians 2. 3. 4. Sec. 4. McPherson. Muriel "Muriel" F.T.A. 3. 4. Exec. Board 4, Tutoring Chairman 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: G.L.C. 3. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 41 Class Cabinet 41 F.N.A. 43 Friendship Club 2.3. Usher- ing 2:N.H.S.-1. McWaters, Maurice "Maurice" Mehls, David "Dave" Track 2. CTV' 45' ie... fd' ALLAN MCLAUGHLIN LARRY MCLAUGHLIN RONALD MCLEOD i fx iegf' 's--' I- Nw ig . ' . L . Q" ce y . .yug f A t f KAREN MCPEEK MURIEL MCPHERSON MAURICE MCWATERS DAVID MEHLS 207 Q Messner, Brenda l'Sis' Class Cabinet 41 Student Council Rep. 33 Mujorette Club 23 Big Show Cast 23 Girls' Glee Club 2: Euclidian Rep. 31 Friendship Club 2. 3. Q Mijacek, Betty "Betty' N.F.L. 2, 3. 4: F.T.A. 21 Student Coun- cil Rep. 2: Bookstore Worker 33 Friend- ship Club 3. Milan. Ross "Yo-Yo" Milenock, Virginia "Ginny" World Allairs 4: G.A.A. 41 Friendship Club 2. 3. .. . In . , , Q- - , , . .Ii i:i":25- .. f:2:S'fE - ,r fsfai BRENDA MESSNER Miles. Portia "Porsh" F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 41 World Affairs 3, 41 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 All-School Play Prod. Staff 4, Cast 2. Miller. Carol "Carol" Spirits 43 F.T.A. 23 Student Council Rep. 43 Majorette Club 21 Megaphone Club 2: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Choral Masters 41 Cabinet 2: G.L.C. 3, 43 Prom Committee 3, 41 Pony Chorus 2. Miller, William "Bill' Football 2, 3, 4g Letterman 43 Wres- tling 2. 3. 4, Letterman 4. Milligan. Carolyn "Carol' World Affairs 4g Friendship Club 2, 3 1 1 Happy birth W X - x . X J BETTY MIJACEK ROSS MILAN lf-Hx sr" A-. .. v--nv? ' 'iv' .h"G.Z"' -,.. . Q: day firebug. VIRGINIA MILENOCK fi 'T 4 Aga ,- PORTIA MILES CAROL MILLER WILLIAM MILLER CAROLYN MILLIGAN 208 .5 Milner, Patricia "Pat" G.A.A. 23 Jr. Red Cross 3. 43 Friend- ship Club 2, 3. Misich, Constance "Connie" G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council Rep. 23 All-School Play Cast 3: Prod. Staff 2, 3: Play Night Cast 2, Prod. Staff 2. 3, 43 Spring Play Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod. Statf 2, 3. 43 Big Show Cast 2. 3.4, Prod. Staff 2. 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Choir 2, 3. 4ZSu1't'ey Rep. 3. 4: Friendship Club Z. 3, 43 Thespians 3, 4. Mitchel, Walter "Wally" Concert Band 2. 3. 43 Marching Band 2, 3. 43 First Sgt. 43 Pit Band 43 Pep Band 4. Mlakar, Barbara "Bains" G.A.A. 23 Megaphone Club 23 Friend- ship Club 2. Moles, Helen "Helen" I.Q.S. 43 N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Class Sec. 4: Class Cabinet 3. 43 Guidance Council 33 Prom Committee 3. 4g Stu- dent Council Rep. 23 Swim Club 2, 3. 4, Sec.-Treas. 4: Ad Club 2, 3, 4: Play 1: ,... 75? Nw! t Yexw.--,. wav Night Prod. Staff 23 Big Show Band 3. 4g Concert Band 2. 3, 43 Marching Band 3. 4: Euclidian Ass't. Script Edit. 4: Friendship Club 2. 3, Sec. 3. Exec. Board 33 Buckeye Girls State Rep. 3, Monroe, Bobbi "Bob" Spirits 43 Class Cabinet 33 Guidance Council 33 Jr. Prom Chairman 33 Prom Committee 3. 43 Hall Guard Captain 33 P.A. Club Announcer 3. 43 All- School Play Student Director 4. Prod. Staff 41 Play Night Prod. Stat? 2. 3. 41 Spring Play Prod. Stati' 2. 3: Student Council Rep. 3. Concession Worker 2. 3. 43 Big Show Cast 2. 3. 4. Pony Chorus 2. 3: Choral Masters 41 Euclid- ian Edit. Stat? Typist 43 Surxey Re- porter 23 Eucuyo Artist 23 Friendship Club 2. 3, Ushering 2, 3. 4: School Record Committee 2, 4, Montgomery. Shirley "Shirl F.T.A. 4: World Aiiairs 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4: F.N.A. 4: Friendship Club 2. 3. Moore. Thomas "Red-T" Forman's Club. KX 'gil !.,vjf ...- PATRICIA MILNER 95 'fps aiu' il-'ff HELEN MOLES QA :M CONSTANCE MISICH ,fx fif- 'YI' WALTER MITCHEL BARBARA MLAKAR BOBBI MONROE SHIRLEY MONTGOMERY THOMAS MOORE 209 Morgan, Helen "Helen" Nelson, Walter "Butch' Club 31 F.N.A. 4g Bookstore Worker 4g Friendship Club 2, 3. Mulhall, Judith "Judy" F.T.A. 31 Big Show Prod. Stali' 35 Megaphone Club 3, All-School Play P d. S ff 33 F - d h- Cl b 3. Nemeth, Donald "Nemo" ro ta Hen S lp u Class Cabinet Rep. 4. Murphy, William "Murph" Football 2, 3, 4. Capt. 2, Letterman 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Letterman Neumann, Glen --Glenv- 2, 3, 4g Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Class 1:01-emerys Club 4. Vice-pres. 2g Class Cabinet 2. Nash, Marilyn "Kitty" Jr. Red Cross 31 Friendship Club 2. Newman, James "Jim" Y--uw? Q F.T,A. 3, 4g G.A,A. 2, 3, 43 Majorette l.Q.S. 41 Orchestra 2, Euclidian Mount- ing Edit. 4, Student Council Exec. Board 41 Swim Club 2. 3, 4, Pres. 42 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 43 N.H.S. 4. Alumni Santa, Wally Marshall, congratulates Panthers-of-the-Week Shirk and Graafmeyer fc' HELEN MORGAN JUDITH MULHALL WILLIAM MURPHY MARILYN NASH M' . "KFC 'V' X WALTER NELSON DONALD NEMETH 210 X ti "1 ,. .Y XP - Y F 1:7 5 I 41... 7, ..,. wil' i I .S X GLEN NEUMANN JAMES NEWMAN Norsic, Janet "Jan" Play Night Prod. Staff 2: Big Show 2, 3, 4: Choir: Choral Masters 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. Nossek, Joseph "Joe" Football 2: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Nowacek, John "Plumber" Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4: Let- termen's Club 2. 3, 4: Class Cabinet 4: Student Council Rep. 3: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3: Choral Masters 4. Pres. 4: Boys' Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Mad- rigals 3. Oneacre, Judy "WUClY" G.A.A. 2, 4: Jr. Red Cross 3: All- School Club 2. fm-0 Play Prod. Staff 2: Friendship ,,,.wr-way asfrfh 4 is . . f , Q f Q "' i t x . E f -4.-f"' . if ff' t A. fi? P' JANET NORSIC JOSEPH NOSSEK JOHN NOWACEK . 'S 5 wif' J fa elal be .., , ' BARBARA OSTKAR RAY OZMUN fix ROBERT PAGELS 211 Ostkar, Barbara "Babs" World Affairs 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Prom Committee 3: Class Cabinet 2: Home- coming Attendant 4: Student Council Rep. 2, 3: P.A. Club Announcer 2, 3, Secretary 3: All-School Play Cast, Prod. Staff 2, 3. 4: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 2: Madrigals 3: Choir 3: Euclidian Edit. Staff Typist 4: Survey Bus. Stat? 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2: Choral Masters 4. Vice- pres. 4: Glee Club 2. Ozmun, Ray "Ray" Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4: Let- termen's Club 3. 4: Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Key Club 3. Pagels, Robert "Bob" Swimming 2. Paik, Robert "Bob" Camera Club 2: Stage Crew 33 Big Show Band 2, 3: Concert Band 2, 3, 4. gs-,Q wa- JUDY ONEACRE SITTSV ROBERT PAIR Palcic. Eleanor "El" G.A.A. 3: Friendship Club 3. Palinkas, James "Jim" Archery Club 2, 4. Palmer, Carl "Carl" N.H.S. 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3, 43 Let- termen's Club 4: Hall Guard 3, 43 Spirits 4, Pres. 4. Paolucci. Patricia "Pats" G.A.A. Z1 Guidance Council 43 Mega- phone Club 2: Friendship Club 2, 3. T7 ELEANOR PALCIC X ,ws 115 Papes, James "Jim" Baseball 2, 3, 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Big Show Band 2, 3,41 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2. 3. 41 Pep Band 3, 4, Band Board of Directors 4: Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4. Parker, James "Jim" Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Wres- tling 21 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Class Treas- urer 2, 3,41 Class Cabinet 3, 4: Guid- ance Council 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4. Parmertor, Gloria "Glo" G.A.A. 33 Friendship Club 2, 3. Parziale. Joseph "Babyface" Baseball 2: Ad Club 4: Stage Crew 43 LY' me fig - hi!! 1. 1 2, A F ,.-fr . Hall Guard 4. Seven-eighths. e I fn up S -. ' 1 I A 1 :Q X X JAMES PALINKAS CARL PALMER AWQ,7' Q--"" Ns:-nr' T? PATRICIA PAOLUCCI 43 'Es' 'tC.'I7' JAMES PAPES JAMES PARKER GLORIA PARMERTOR JOSEPH PARZIALE 212 Pasquale, James "Fuzzy" Hall Guard 4: Ad Club 4. Patrick. Mary Jane "Pat" F.T.A. 2: World Affairs 2: Student Council 4: Concert Band 2, 4: March- ing Band 2: Pit Band 2: Friendship Club 3:N.H.S.-1. Patrycy, Barbara "Irish" G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Majorette Club 2, 3: Big Show Cast 3. 4: Choir 3: Choral Masters 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Friend- ship Club 3. Paul. Sharon "Sherrie" World Atiairs 3: G.A.A. 2, 33 Prom Committee 3: Euclidian Bus. Statf 2. 3: Friendship Club 2, 3. Payerchin, Antoinette "Toni" Girls' Glee Club 2: Friendship Club 2, 3. Paz, Robert "Bob" Football 2. 3. 4, Letterman 3, 4, Cap- tain 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2. 3, 4: I.ettermen's Club 2, 3. 4: Hall Guard 4. Perme, Patricia "Fermi" I.Q.S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: G.L.C. 2, 3, 41 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. Advisory Board 3, 4: Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Adv. Manager 4: Friendship Club 2, 3. Pesec. Mary "Mitzi" F.T.A. 2, 3. -1:G.L.C. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4, Advisory Board 4: Class Cabinet 4: Prom Committee 3, 4: Play Night Prod. Staff 3: Big Show Prod. Staff Z, 3: Concert Band 2. 3. 4, Board of Di- rectors 4. Librarian 3. 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 33 Survey Bus. Staff 4: Friendship Club 2. 3: N.H.S. 4. ,Jr 'Ui 1'-.5 'Qrs.....-Q JAMES PASQUALE MARY JANE PATRICK BARBARA PATRYCY SHARON PAUL Rifle ,ns-"5 f'N fqwik '55 Ns! . ' -if ' 7 . 5 kin ? -I S' .F ANTOINETTE PAYERCHIN ROBERT PAZ PATRICIA PERME 213 Ngv YT"-u-'X' MARY PESEC 'QT'Td1r if 3 "!'I""f."9"' ROBERT PETRICK DAVID PICCIOTTI ROBERT PIERRET DONNA PINTAR '1"""!?' sf' -MQ if SBI' "'GT:.:f" ROBERTA PIPER NANCI POKORNY FRANCES POLIS DENNIS POTTER Petrick, Robert "Bob" Picciotti, David "Dave" Cross Country 43 Basketball 2: Wres- tling 3, 4, Letterman 43 Track 43 Letter- men's Club 43 Hall Guard 3, 4. Pierret, Robert "Pierre" I-'.T.A. 33 Student Council Rep. 2. 31 N.H.S. 4. Pintar, Donna "Don" G.A.A. 33 Student Council Rep. 3. 4: P.A. Club 2, 3. 4: Friendship Club 23 N.H.S. 4. Piper, Roberta "Robbie" G.A.A. 2, 33 Stage Crew 43 Friendship 2, 3. Pokorny, Nanci "Pokey" I.Q.S. 3, 4: N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 World Affairs 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Class Cabinet 33 Guidance Council 33 Concert Band 2, 3. 4. Letterwinner 3g Marching Band 2, 3. 4: Pitt Band 43 Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, Co-Business Manager 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. Polis, Frances "Fran" F.T.A. 4: G:A,A. 2, 33 F.N.A. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. Potter, Dennis "Pot" Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Let- termen's Club 3, 41 Class Cabinet 43 Hall Guard 3, 4. 214 "And these are only a few of our trophiesf N V , :qs . l Sgr, BEVERLY POWELL .-A , t. ,. r T-.S 'h..,., Lfffll Q P ws-gf .1 1 k 112 ' ' YE : ' , . i X ' ,, . K 3 BONNIE POZNIK HELEN PREBEVSEK ANNE PRIMO QQ- ,U-fer' S-dmv' 'l!"""f"'? me p .X ' ' L , GARY PRINGLE LORETTA PRIORESCHI RICHARD RAFFETY PATRICIA RAFTER wwe 1'-1 :ne urn: Powell, Beverly "Bev" Friendship Club 2, 3. Poznik, Bonnie "Bonnie" Student Council Rep. 43 Hall Guard 45 Megaphone Club 2: All-School Play Cast 2, 3, Prod. Stall 4, Spring Play Cast 3, Prod. Staff 2, Eucuyo 4, Senior Scandal Edit. 4g Thespians 3, 4, Treas. 4, N.H.S. 4. Prebevsek, Helen G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 43 Big Show Prod. Staff 2g Choir 2g Friendship Club 2, 3. Primo, Anne "Anne" F.T.A. 3, 4, Prom Committee 3: Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Lettcrwinner 41 Survey Rep. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. 215 Pringle, Gary "Whi1eY" Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Basket- ball 23 Wrestling 3, 4, Letterman 41 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Hall Guard 2. 3, 4. Prioreschi, Loretta "Lori" F.N.A. 4, Friendship Club 2. Ralfety, Richard "Wayne" Cross Country 4: Track 4. Rafter, Patricia "Pill" G.A.A. 2, 43 Megaphone Club 2: Friendship Club 2. 'S 5 .it A Y l I , I .X A Q 'i...!4.'F1, if X j,- . f t, h , Q 3. 3 .et f' wr. .M 3 I X . DONNA RAMMEL RICHARD REEVES Rammel, Donna "Donna" F.T.A. 43 G.A.A. 2. 3: Prom Commit- tee 35 Student Council Rep. 4: Mega- phone Club 2: All-School Play Prod. Staff 2, 31 Play Night Prod. Staff 2. 31 Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, 3: Big Show Prod. Stal? 3, 4: Euclidian Bus. Stal? 2g Survey Bus. Stat? 4g Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2. Rancont. Ann "Toots" G.A.A. 2: Prom Committee 31 Major- ette Club 2, 3. 4. Majorette 3. 4: Mega- phone Club 2: Big Show Cast 3. 4. Prod. Staff 3. 4: Friendship Club 2. 3, 4: Pony Chorus 4. Rancourt, Jacqueline "Jackie" Student Council Rep. 21 Megaphone Club 23 F.N.A. 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 31 Girls' Glee Club 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. 4. Reed. Thomas "Ron" Wrestling 2. 4: Track 2: Swimming 35 Play Night Prod. Staff 21 Big Show Cast Z, 4. lex ,ns-eg, TS ANN RANCONT JACQUELINE RANCOURT THOMAS REED 15 . K! ff? "!f"""b Ty JT . U. LYNDA RELYEA BARBARA RICH BARRY RICHARDS We faked this one, but now you can sign it for real. Reeves. Richard "Rick" Y CY V AM Y in M Cross Country 2, 3, 4. Letterman 3. 4: . A ' i . Swimming 21 I.ettermen's Club 3, 4. Secretary 4. Class Cabinet 4: Play Night Cast 3. 4: Student Council Rep. 2, 33 Camera Club 41 Swim Club 2, 33 Key Club 3. Relyea. Lynda "Lynda" F.T.A. 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. 2. 3: Class Sec- retary 3: Class Cabinet 3. 4: Guidance Council 3. 4: Prom Committee 33 Homecoming Queen 4. Homecoming Attendant 2: Student Council Rep. 25 Megaphone Club 21 All-School Play Prod. Stat? 2: Big Show Cast 23 Girls' Glee Club 21 Survey Rep. 2. 33 Eucuyo 31 Friendship Club 2. 3, 4. Rich, Barbara G.A.A. 2, 31 Friendship Club 2, 3. Richards. Barry "Barry" N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4, Let- terman 3. 41 Lettermen's Club 3. 4. Treas. 4: Swim Club 2. 3, 4. 216 i " Y -435, Q-Tn.:-..,. .,w-w1..awp1- az.ea5'Yt2g.-13:3 pile: P 'li ...- - ,,.:1e,L,.4g-...r.. ,FJ 33 l ' Y it . HE A -.sal X .- N- .:.-f----7 ,-..,,.......,. . , .---f -V x YZ , F. .yy . Q A ,t ,, .,... or X '- Y A. , L, hx ,Qi . U ., ,QQ 4 .1 ' Y Pi 1 ' fs X, , I I mmf, ' A 25 L X .2 N - A tr S X 3 - ' A , x 9 N., A X af '5 WY' 5 N77 RALPH RICKSECKER WILLARD RIEBE DONALD RINEHART RONALD RINEHART l-- 1 " , Q x -,Q . . Q QS-" Q A Q' W ,J-eff --I ,. , ,iv Q. STANLEY RINEHART DAVID ROBERTS JAMES ROGERS Ricksecker, Ralph "Rick' Tennis 3g Prom Committee 3. Riebe. Willard "Bill" Rinehart, Donald "Don" Concert Band, 2, 3. 4: Marching Band 2, 4. Rinehart, Ronald "Ron" Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 4, 217 ' 'x fu JOHN ROGOSCH Rinehart, Stanley "Stun" Roberts. David "Dave" l.Q.S. 43 Cross Country 3: Track 33 Senior Class Vice-pres. 4: Class Cabi- net 43 Prom Committee 3, -11 Play Night Cast 3, 43 Spring Play Cast 2: Big Shoxx 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3, Band 2, 3, 4: Con- cert Band 2. 3, 41 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 3, 43 Board ol' Directors 3, 4, Euclidian Ass'l Picture Edit. 43 All- School Play Prod. Stan' 3, 4: Thespiuns 3, 4, Scribe 4: Concession Worker 31 N.H.S. 4. Rogers, James "Jim" Rogosch, John "John" N.l-l.S. 3. 4. Pres. 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Pres. 41 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 43 Let- termen's Club 2, 3. -1: PAA. Announcer 3, 4: Survey Reporter -1. , wi" It-75? 'V tr Q. f QVQI , iihugq, ix ' 5.4 '7"'saQ 1' , 0 5 A lx 5--.1 brb. 1 2 . xxx ,X Q g G A. x -'C' Q ts,- 'Q ,.. , QQ" 2' NEIL ROHRICHT JOHN Roivnaours 4 ' is 1 Yr" ,I ,.,.,V,. .Q I tl' , ,-:3 W! f R ti g EDWARD ROST AGNES ROSTANKOWSKI Rohricht. Neil "Mantarro" N.A.S.S. 4: Wrestling 2. 3, 4. Letter- man 3, 41 Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Pres. 41 Hall Guard 3. 41 Key Club 3. Rombouts. John "John" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Tennis 3, 4. Letterman 43 Prom Com- mittee 3. Ross, Geraldine "Geri" G.A.A. 21 Student Council Rep. 2, 31 Majorette Club 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 2: Friendship Club 2, 3. Ross, Kenneth "Lewbash" N.A.S.S. 3. 4: Football 2. 3: Wrestling 2, 3. 4, Captain 4g Lettermen's Club 2. 3. 4. Rost. Edward "Ed" Wrestling 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Big Show Band 2, Rostankowski. Agnes "Aggie" Friendship Club 2. Rupert, Joy G.A.A. 21 Prom Committee 3: Major- ette Club 2. 3: Megaphone Club 2: Play Night Prod. Staff 2. 33 Spring Play Prod. Staff 2. 3: Big Show Prod. Staff 2, 33 Choir 2g Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 3. Ryba, Ruth "Rue" Swim Club 3. 4: Friendship Club 2. 218 GERALDINE ROSS KENNETH ROSS JOY RUPERT RUTH RYBA Windblown but radiant, the Queen candidates parade around during Homecoming. x 1 X X yt Qs' X N .., X x t ,X t, t X X x A '::i.a: Y , .. .M ya 'f . - K ya .4-Q Qu ,rex 'ww -. ,',X , I 'SZI5' Q. ,x .e-'tg xxx JUDITH RYDER -. X .. . 1' . ri 1 Y-ku '!f.'2'-gl. K..-iii., F' M i .. -sf .E LK ,ts I -N... Pr - NINA RYDER ROSEMARY SAJOVEC STANLEY SAK Xmwv' 41"'N LARRY SANDY LAURENCE SAUVACIEOT PATRICIA SCHAEFER MARY SCHAEL 3, 4. Swim Cadet 3. 4. 3, 4. man's Club 3, 4: Class Cabinet 4. 219 Ryder, Judith "Jr." G.A.A. 2. 31 Big Show Prod. Stall' 3, Euclidian Rep. 3: Friendship Club 2. Ryder. Nina "Nina" Swim Club 3, -11 Friendship Club 23 Sajovec. Rosemary "Snooks" F.T.A. 4: Megaphone Club 2, F.N.A. 41 Euclidian Rep. 4. Friendship Club Z. Sak. Stanley "Stun" N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Swim Club 2, 3. 43 Swim- ming 2, 3. 4, Letterman 3, -lg Letter- Sandy. Larry "Rocky' Swimming 2. Sauvageot, Laurence "Larry" Schaefer. Patricia "Pat' Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year Megaphone Club 3. Schael. Mary "Mary" F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 2. 3: F.N.A.-1: Big Show Prod. Staff -l: Surxey Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. -1. I F 3 'Yin , R v'-"7 - it ,- fat" vm' ,li FEQ. - 37:40:75 ,SL-n.-.1-: .- tu.: 5f:.z--1 JANET SCHEERER HARRIET SCHIEMANN CHARLES SCHMIDT RICHARD SCHMIDT fill, i E 'V 'U' 12: '-R f 5 Q gig, X I 9? ,N 'hav' E Q 1 2 5: Y'-v""" 5 3, ' 'Y H .. Vllhnvwv 35595: --4' fi f A ' . T , S -,-g ti , . S 1 5 l Z SANDRA SCHMIDT DORIS SCHNEIDER RONALD SCHNEIDER GERALD SCHUDEL Scheerer, Janet "Jan" Schmidt, Sandra "Sandi" HDD you understand now?" G.A.A. 31 Friendship Club 2, 3. 4. G.A.A. 31 Friendship Club 3. Schiemann, Harriet "George",Schneider, Doris "Doris" World Affairs 3: C.A.A. 2: Class Cabi- Friendship Club 3, 4. net 2, 31 Guidance Council 33 Prom Committee 41 Majorette Club 2, 3, 4 Marching Majorette 43 Bookstore Worker 31 Big Show Cast 4, Prod. Stat? Schneider. Ronald --Cla,-ence" 41 FFICUCISIIID Clllb 3. 3- USIWCFIHE 2- 3' Student Council Rep. 2, 3, 4: Football 2. 3. 4, Letterman 3. 41 Basketball Z, 3, 4: Track 2. 3, 4, Captaing4g Letterman 3, 41 Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Class Presi- Schfnidt. Charles "Charlie" dent 2, 3: Class Cabinet 2. 3g Guidance Council 2. Schmidt, Richard "Dick" Key Club 4: Cross Country 3. 4, Letter- Schudel. Gerald "Jerry" man 41 Baseball 2, J.V. Managerg Track Camera Club 41 Football 35 Swimming 3, Manager 33 Letlerman's Club 3. 4. 2. 220 S I? .s?5F1?Z5-iii-i . , . 5 S Wi' MARILYN SCHULTZ .w"""' HQFUB 5 2 .. ,w 1 'f-A., ,girl t -- hi. 1 V, A d i: t. 5 A Eqlilitll' I NUR N 'Shiga 'SN i s 5 , . Ref ' i A S I A i x., .x N X S X ALAN SCOTT K5 465 we f ,Q-..,,. 5 Ng. nw. I Yr'-N.--yr s 'A 'X , 1 3' MARY ANNE SEDUSKY QQ Nr' 'Q:""r'vn- ANTHONY SERRA JACQUELINE SHACK LORETTA SHAHEEN Don't stand there laughing Ed, it's time to go home. 1 Schultz. Marilyn "Schultzie' G.A.A. 35 Majorette Club 2, 31 Mega- phone Club Zg Big Show Cast 4, Prod. StaIT4g Choir 4, Pres. 4: Survey Rep. 33 Friendship Club 2. 3. Scott, Alan "Scotty" Foremen's Club 4. Sedusky. Mary Anne "Sidooski" G.A.A. 21 Sr. Cabinet 43 Student Coun- cil Rep. 2: F.N.A. 43 Euclidian Rep. 3. 41 Friendship Club 2, 3. Semlow, Arthur "Art" 221 KT' -.,-. ARTHUR SEMLOW Mimi: Q-'Q-if ROBERT SHAW Serra. Anthony "Tonya "Shacki-Jack" Shack. Jacqueline Guidance Council 21 Megaphone Club 2: Friendship Club 2, 3. Shaheen. Loretta "Lorrie" ..B0b.. Shaw, Robert P.A. Club Announcer 3, 4. 15 f""N gr., K- . MALINDA SHIRK DIANA SHONK PK 6 wy- ucv! 4:7 t R5 YP1-r 1 'ix . . . Q 'x'x.f"Q"J F' ,fl PATRICIA SHUNKWILER GERALDINE SIAT 'Qi MADELYN SIMCIC JUDITH SIMS ALBERT SISTON THERESA SIVIA Shirk. Malinda "Malinda" Simcic, Madelyn "Sweetie" N.F.L. 2. 3, 4. Pres. 4: N.H.S, 3, 4: Megaphone Club 2: Friendship Club 2. F.T.A. 2, 3. 4: Bookstore Worker 3, 4: All-School Play Cast 2. 3. Prod. Staff 2. 4: Play Night Prod. StalT 2. 4: Spring Play Cast 3. Prod. Staff 4: Thespians 3, , 4 F.T.A. 4: Student Council Rep. 2, 3, Hall Guard 2. 3: P.A. Club 2. 3. Pres. 3. Sims, Judith "Judie" Shonk, Diana "Dimp5" G.A.A. 3: Student Council Rep. 2 Camera Club 3: P.A. Club 3: Friend ship Club 3. Shunkwiler. Patricia "Shunkie' G.A.A. 2: Megaphone Club 2: Friend- ship Club 2. Siat Geraldine 'Gerry' F.T.A. 2, 3. 4. Exec. Board 4: G.L.C. 3 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Student Council Rep. 3 Majorette Club 2, 3: Play Night Prod. Staff 2: Choir 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3 Euclidian Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2, 3 Ushering: N.H.S. 4. Announcer 2, 3: All-School Play Cast 2, Prod. Staff 3. 4: G.A.A. 2: Prom Com- mittee 3, 4: Big Show 3, 4: Choir 3: Choral Masters 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Euclidian Rep. 2. 3: Survey Edit. Stan' 3. 4, Feature Edit. 4: Eucuyo 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3. 4. Siston, Albert "Butch" Sivia Theresa "Terrie" World Affairs 2: Bookstore Worker 3, 4: Friendship Club 2. 222 "My name is Nanci Pokorny and I can't seem remember the cheer." .1 x , an '1 . .J I J s .l E, 'i 1 !p 1 ,- . fr-2 A-'Q . ii. Yi 'Rss' Maxi! --fr iw, ',. K fxifx Nav' 1957 VN'-v A w g wi 5. .WXQH , . ELAINE SKODLAR JANICE SKOK News aj AUDREY SMITH JEANINE SMITH lg 'i 31 -va- HELEN SMICIKLAS MARY ANN SMIGELSKI 3 's .. ,-., ,,+-:gf-i., 'xx ' . I 3 ' M' 2 X-...M I 'ii' 1 "N-'r'rl"' . gf , X Q, ii qhl t , SE .::, V i:b.2 t 3z' ., E I -I 1 'X .2 JON SMITH LAWRENCE SMITH Skodlar, Elaine "Scotty" Smith, Audrey " Ugly" F.T.A. 2, 33 World Affairs 23 Ad Club F.N.A. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Friendship 2, 33 All-School Play 2, Prod. Stahl 2g Club 2, Ushering23 Concession Worker Play Night Prod. Staff 2: G.A.A. 2, 312- Concert Band 2. 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Survey Edit. Staff 23 Friendship Club 2. 3- Smith. Jeanine "Jeanine" F.T.A. 2: World Affairs 23 Ad Club 2, 3, 4: All-School Play 2, 3, Cast 2. Prod. .,StafT 33 Class Cabinet 3, 4: Guidance Council 3. 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 4: Euclidian Ass't Ad- vertising Manager 43 Friendship Club 2. 3: N.H.S. 4. Skok. Janice "Jan Big Show Cast 3, 4, Prod. StafT2: Choir 33 Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3. 43 Friendship Club 3. Smiciklas, Helen "Helen" Jr. Red Cross 21 F.N.A. 23 Choir 235mith. Jon --Jonu Ffienf-lShiD Club 2- 3- Cross Country 33 Wrestling 23 Track 2. Smigelski, Mary Ann "Smigi"Smith, Lawrence "Smitty" Big Show Prod. Staff 2. 223 Swimming Manager 2. Smith, Martha Friendship Club 2. Sopata, Ronald Spaur, John Swimming 2. Speel, Rodney Cross Country 3. 43 Track 3, ,v-s' fy? MARTHA SMITH Marty" "Ron" "Jack" "Rod" 4. Stamberger, Dennis "Big Den" Track 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 4. Stamm, Renate "Renate" F.N.A. 41 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Prom Com- mittee 3. 41 Play Night Prod. Staff 3, 43 Spring Play Prod. Staff 3, 41 Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Choral Masters 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Double Octet 4: Euclid- ian Rep. 3: Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Editor 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: N.H.S. 4. Stasienko, Mary Anne "Mouse" Jr. Red Cross 33 Choir 3, 41 Euclidian Rep. 4g Survey Rep. 31 Friendship Club 2, 3. Stevens, Leslie "Les" Football 2, 33 Swimming 2, 3, Class Cabinet 3, 41 Guidance Council 3, 41 Big Show Cast 33 Choral Masters 4: Swim Club 3' 43 Key Club 4- Things are really poppiri in the athletic corridor on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. in-5 fa: du-li tr- ' RONALD SOPATA JOHN SPAUR RODNEY SPEEL 12" .959-' YK .zum fl' DENNIS STAMBERGER RENATE STAMM MARY ANNE STASIENKO LESLIE STEVENS 224 3 X: Ti, t'- ff '55 ' 4 .gifs Q. ' ,as :E X- ' wif' " 4. 913 3313 i- 5 I :T "1.'9q,i::s. X 5- ,Q megs, at A-ft.. A .- ix ' S l 1 .l f DE LENE STILLINGER ,N fi Lf if 27' Stillinger. De Lene "Dee" F.T.A. 2: G.A.A. 3: P.A. Club 2. 3.4. Technician 2. 3. 4: Eucuyo 21 Friend- ship Club 2. 3. Stojetz. Robert "Bob" Football 2. 3. 4, Letterman 3, 43 Base- ball 21 Lettermen's Club 2. 3. 4: Class President 4: Student Council 3.4. Exec. Board 4, Hall Guard Co-ordinator 4. Straub, Kathleen "Kathy" F.N.A. 4. Sec. 4: Friendship Club 2. 3. Strnad. Janet "Jan" Megaphone Club 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. Strunk, Patricia "Red" G.A.A. 21 Jr. Red Cross 23 F.N.A. 43 Friendship Club 2. Sumner. Bonnie "Bonnie" World Affairs 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. 41 Hall Guard 4. Captain 4g F.N.A. 3. 4. Treas. 43 All-School Play Prod. Staff 2. 3. 4: Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 3, 43 Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. Swartzwelder. Barbara "Barb" G.A.A. 3: Survey Bus. Staff Treas. 4: Friendship Club 3: N.H.S. 4. Syracuse, Anthony "Tony" Class Cabinet 33 Guidance Council 31 Student Council Rep. 2. N599 ROBERT STOJETZ KATHLEEN STRAUB 1-x JANET STRNAD fi sl lf. -'CUT 4 'Sf 1 Qfff'--jv' PATRICIA STRUNK BONNIE SUMNER BARBARA SWARTZWELDER ANTHONY SYRACUSE 225 Tarantino, Adamarie "Tarantula" N.F.L. 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: World Af- fairs 2, 31 G.A.A. 21 Class Cabinet 4g Megaphone Club 23 All-School Play Prod. Staff 21 Play Night Prod. Staff 2: Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, Cast 23 Choir 4, Vice-pres. 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Pres. 35 Euclidian Bus. Stal? 3, 4. Circu- lation Mgr. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. Treas. 3, Big Show Cast 2. Tarantino, Mary Ann "Dolly" G.A.A. 23 Megaphone Club 23 F.N.A 21 Friendship Club 3. Taylor, Robert Camera Club 2. Tekavec, Matthew Hall Guard 2. ..BOb.. Matt Telling, Claudia "Butch" G.A.A. 41 Majorette Club 2, 3g Survey Bus. Staff 3, Friendship Club 2, 3. Terrell, Mary Ellen "Terri" I.Q.S. 41 F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-pres. 42 World Affairs 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Advi- sory Board 4g G.L.C, 3, 4, Historian 4g Student Council Rep. 33 Survey Rep. 33 Circulation Mgr. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 31 N.H.S. 4. Theodosion. Emanuel "Mike" Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4. fn, Vev' Thomas, Carol "Carol" 1 F.T.A. 43 World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, -'-- - 43 F.N.A. 4: Friendship Club 2, 3. - "Who 6? wiv' ,O l.4'A 1 IN .. 7' is w-Qu, --e' . yu.-I' STN"-'T' 4 ADAMARIE TARANTINO MARY ANN TARANTINO Q ROBERT TAYLOR me 9" I-, MATTHEW TEKAVEC ii Eg' X' X .ek 'mix g r.,-'55 Q . X 1 ,' I . an .iihl '- Q ' .N L., . . A . 3, . , 'xi K -.1--v 3' ,A 'iii T X . I ,Je E i B . i - :ef Q. .,.. CLAUDIA TELLING MARY ELLEN TERRELL EMANUEL THEODOSION CAROL THOMAS 226 an Egg 4: : . z Q . i -, gps nut ,., ,QQ Q' fl u fa' - xx' . - ? ' mv, V, A L WAYNE THOMAS CARLTON THOMASY fi BCT' 1 X dv' -fs? I DIANE THRONBERENS ALLEN TIEDMAN ll Thomas, Wayne "Waynedeer" Track 2. Thomasy. Carlton "Carl" Cross Country 44 Track 3, 4. Thompson, David "Doolittle" Thompson, Mary Ellen "Mary Ellen" F.T.A. Z. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Class Cabinet 3, 43 Prom Committee 3g Meg- aphone Club 3: P.A. Club 31 Jr. Red Cross 33 F.N.A. 43 Girls' Glee Club 3: Friendship Club 2, 3: N.H.S. 4. Thronberens. Diane "Diane" F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Ad Club 3, 4: Megaphone Club 2: Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Treas. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 41 Concession Worker 43 N.H.S. 4. Tiedman, Allen "Big Al" Class Cabinet 43 Prom Committee 43 Football 2, 41 Hall Guard 4. Tilly. Roger "Tilly" Track 3, 4g Hall Guard 43 Foremen's Club 4. Tolar, Barbara "Bonnie" N.F.L. 2. 3. 4, Sec. 4: F.T.A. 3, 41 World AiTairs 23 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 P.A. Club 2, 3, All-School Play 2, 3. 4, Prod. Statf 2, 3, 4, Cast 23 Play Night Prod. Staff 2. 33 Spring Play Prod. Stat? 2: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3: Cho- ral Masters 4: Orchestra 43 N.H.S. 4. tif? is-xl DAVID THOMPSON MARY ELLEN THOMPSON 15 Q- .3 ' X- ff J. v ROGER TILLY 227 11"'f" BARBARA TOLAR Tolar, Mary Lou "Lou" Girls Glee Club 21 Friendship Club 2, 3. Toll, Marilyn "Jess" Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, Hall Guard 4. Toth Katherine "Kathy" Trudeau, Nancy "Nan" F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3: Prom Com- mittee 3g Student Council Rep. 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Cafe Guard 23 F.N.A. 43 All-School Play 3, 4, Ticket Chair- man 3, 4, All Plays: Girls' Glee Club 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 3. Tucceri, Marie "Rea" F.N.A, 43 F.T.A. 43 G.A.A. 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Friendship Club 2. 3 Usherin 2 3. G.A.'A. 31 Megaphone Club 2, Ali- ' g ' School Play Prod.Staff2. 3g Spring Play Prod. Staff 33 Big Show Prod. Stan' 2: Friendship Club 2, 33 Pony Chorus 2: N.H.S. 4. Tropiano, Katherine "Kay" F.T.A. 3,41 G.A.A. 3,41 F.N.A. 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 4. Tucker, Dale "Tuck" Big Show Pub. Agent 23 Stage Crew 2. Turk, Carol "Carol" Hall Guard 43 Ad Club 3, 43 Majorette Club 33 Megaphone Club 21 All-School Play Prod. Staff 2: Spring Play Prod. Staff 3, Friendship Club 2, 3. :- ,aa 3 .ar N 1 We -fa. W: V 'Nw' ,X W 'I Cheer-ity begins at home! iff Y-Q,,: xg,- 3 I'-M ..,, if wr-veg MARY LOU TOLAR MARILYN TOLL nv-x 'Qi- aa. 5 KATHERINE TOTH ,Mez Www M' fu...-'FY ' KATHERINE TROPIANO 5-if NANCY TRUDEAU MARIE TUCCERI DALE TUCKER CAROL TURK 228 x 2: I N yvs 43 'E"'f : ' 1 JOYCE TURK Q 'I1f2i""!i 2, 1 ' f:1'.'f2: : i'E71iff'ii: 5961- .Q Turk, Joyce "Jurse" F.T.A. 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Student Council 43 Survey Bus. Staff 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 31 Eucuyo 3, 4. Turk, Marlene "Marlene" F.T.A. 43 G.L.C. 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. 43 Megaphone Club 2g All-School Play Prod. Stall 2: Girls' Glee Club 4g Sur- vey Bus. Staff 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: N.H.S. 4. Turk, Susan "Susi Q" Majorette Club 33 Bookstore Worker 31 Big Show Prod. Stall 31 Choir 41 Friend- ship Club 2. Turner, Carol "Carol" F.T.A. 3, 4: G.L.C. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4: Concession Worker 2: Megaphone Club Z1 J.V. Sub. 21 Big Show 3, 43 Choir 3g Girls' Glee Club 25 Choral Masters 4: Euclidian Rep. 2: Survey Rep. 3, Ass't Circulation Man- ager 4: Friendship Club 2, 3: N.H.S. 4. Tweed. William "Tweedie" World Affairs 3: Swimming 2, 31 Cam- era Club 4: Swim Club 2, 31SlE1gC Crew 41 Survey 2: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. Twitchell. Roberta "Twitchie" Girls' Glee Club 4. Tyjewski, Lawrence "Larry" Cross Country 3. 41 Basketball 2: Track 33 Hall Guard 4. Vadakin. Darling "Dar" G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2, Ushering '7 ' : suv nw, X Qvfr' S I 15 . 215 AIN 1- 4 -, s. : A 5154: .,-:sr es-w f 1 sa 44-li1f 4 1 . . 'ibea-wr'-'-'-2-1,--1-g " gg,g5:g5EvQ1s?I""'EI5:'.sf+1 ' :sk N axe, V ..... U. ix xx W N N MARLENE TURK SUSAN TURK CAROL TURNER T44 . L A 7 ' A wr W' X iv rv . I x .mx fl ' . F WILLIAM TWEED ROBERTA TWITCHELL LAWRENCE TYJEWSKI DARLING VADAKIN 229 I F' I ls I I I II is I I I I I I li li I II I ,, I I Y I I Valduga,Faith "Fay" Vidulich, Raymond "Ray" Megaphone Club 2: Friendship Club 3: Cross Country 3. 43 Track 3, 43 Concert Hall Guard 4. Band 2, 3, 4. fi' . . .3 J' it, an . , 1- If U i its-Q' 'Q ' 'I' a , -'-at , , IRS Le' . El U 'N '4"'4f K4 HX ' 1 I 4. . f-' 1. fx f ....... R. -3 t nu? 1 --r r If At. ' ' - ' ,. , ,i 'U- gl : I l u 240.- . 4 1 I. - , :' lf. W t' V 5 Q . It Q ' ' ' Yatty. James "Jim" Vigh, James "Jim', - : Cross Country 4: Track 33 Hall Guard Football 2. 3, 43 Wrestling 2. 4, Letter- - Q 3.7. 4. man 2: Baseball 2, 4. Letterman 21 Hall K ' f , v ' Guard 4. 'T ,ffl ' - A. Y A 'A - f . ,V I Us ...R U Vidmar. Ernest "Ernie" Swimming 2. 3, 41 Letterman 43 Swim Vonhof, Elaine "Sis" Club 2.3.4. G.L.C. 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: F.N.A. 41 Play Night 23 Friendship Club 2. 3. 4. Vidmar. Nicholas "Nick" . g Swimming 2. walk. Stephen ..SteverinO-- Keep off the grass, it s newly seeded! 1 gg- gtxtnthi ,,.e,i'r A I --A Hn. Q, ,ti fp X. "bits YI'-ff" 45.3 FAITH VALDUGA JAMES VATTY .C if ,us- TTT RAYMOND VIDULICH JAMES VIGH 230 ERNEST VIDMAR ' VT? 'S - Vxff NICHOLAS VIDMAR .,, L. 9? 1-' ELAINE VONHOF va...- STEPHEN WALK I Walker, Vivianne "Viv" W3l'h0liC, L90 "FICE" Mggaphene Club 23 Big Shgw Prod' Football 2, 31 Wrestling 2: Class Treas- Staff 23 Friendship Club 2. 3, 4. urer 23 Prom Committee 3, Stage Crew ,I 5 . 41 Choir 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 2. 'f' ,' v , ,.-Q14 4 4 ivan Wallace, Carole "Carole" 'ff'-rl' - l' " I ' lgel ll! fl lj F.T.A. 3, 4, worm Affairs 4, G.L.C. 3, , . ,. .. - A I -Qt. - Vlaschura, Judith Shorty 1 4 , A- -Q" , 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Megaphone Club 2, Jr Red Cross 7. F N A 4 " A i Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering. ' " ' ' ' ' V YVLIIIHCC, William "Bill" Vveber, Jacquelyn "Jackie" Cross Country 4. Friendship Club 3, 4. ' 'i Wandersleben, Robert "Dumbo" Football 2, 3. 4, Letterman 3, 4: Basket- Weinstein, Adrienne "Andy" ball 21 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2: Stage Crew 33 Jr. Red Cross 23 F.N.A. Lettermen's Club 3, 41 Sr. Cabinet 4. 4g Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 3. VIVIANNE WALKER CAROLE WALLACE ffqi 4 'S Si Nw--'Y' LEO WARHOLIC JUDITH WASCHURA 4 rf- tsp 1: QT' Y i WILLIAM WALLACE ROBERT WANDERSLEBEN Q--'F' ET' V ,J . 'F -a JACQUELYN WEBER ADRIENNE WEINSTEIN ..Sam-I Welcheck, Carol Megaphone Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. Westbrook, Doris Megaphone Club 2: Friendship Club 2. 3, 4. Whalen, Kenneth Wheeler, Judith Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Njudy., F.T.A. 33 World Affairs 3, 43 F.N.A. 4, Pres. 43 Prom Committee 33 Survey Rep. 3, 43 Hall Guard 33 N.H.S. 4. Q'f."""fP CAROL WELCHECK xgf S'-T.."IlT"' "Doris" Wickizer, Floyd "Floyd" Basketball 2, 3. Wilbershied, Nicholas "Henry Hawk" World Atfairs 43 Big Show Band 2, 3, 42 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 3. 4. Williams, Daniel "Dan" Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 43 Swim- ming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Letter- men's Club 3, 43 Student Council Rep. 3, 43 Swim Club 2, 3, 4. Wilson, Alys "AIys" Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year Concert Band 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3 Pit Band 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3. :- By the looks of the floor, Ron must be trading even, s:.l':- -- L ii "ff ' -tr 5 Ari' I '--' "' W' il . -,,. , is "' ' 3 ' :si It g f ,t WJ ,L K I A - uf . 'NX . 1 . if an ' 2 I N v .2 if 4 at 5- ?f:,. :. 'ttt fi 3 DORIS WESTBROOK 'fig' KENNETH WHALEN 'GET' mxfr KY, JUDITH WHEELER 'CST' FLOYD WICKIZER NICHOLAS WILBERSCHIED DANIEL WILLIAMS ALYS WILSON 232 Wise, Marlene "Mar" Wood, Nancy "Nanc" Friendship Club 3, 4. Wisser, Arlene "Arlene" Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year.Woomer, David "Dave" Jr. Red Cross 3. Council Rep. 3. CO- Concessions Worker 23 Hall Guard 33 Chairman of Red Cross Drive 33 Big Play Night Prod. Stall 2. Show Prod. Staff 4g Friendship Club 3. Witzke, Darlene "Darlene" Friendship Club 3, 4. Yanchar. James "Jim" Guidance Council 3g Basketball 2. 3. 4. Captain 43 Class Cabinet 33 Student Wollf, Irene "Rene"COunCi1 2' F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3g Student Coun- cil 2, 4. Exec. Board 4. Social Chairman 4, Library Guard 4, Concession Work- er 2, 3, 49 Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Major- ette 3, 4, Head Majorette 4: Big Show Yane, Ruth "Root"' Cast 2, 3, 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 4gG.A.A. 2. 4: Guidance Council 4: Stu- Euclidian Edit. StaFf4g Friendship Club :lent Council 3g Concession Worker 2. 2, 33 Survey Rep. 21 Spirits 41 Choir 2,33 Megaphone Club 2g Choir 4: Survey 31 Choral Masters 4g N.H.S. 4. Rep. 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 3. ",- S QNX .Qi X SN, '- my Y"'--v' Q Qu...-nn 'E MARLENE WISE A ARLENE WISSER DARLENE WITZKE IRENE WOLFF fu? ,,1"il ffii . ju -1'-1' Q: NANCY WOOD DAVID WOOMER JAMES YANCHAR RUTH YANE 233 Yates. Margaret "Kee" Zak. Dennis "Zak" G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Swim Football 3. Cadet 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. Zayatz, Andrea "Andrea" V N N N.H.S. 3, 4, G.A.A. 21 Student Council York' Gerald Jef 3, 41 P.A. Club Announcer 2, 3: Play Night Cast 41 Euclidian Bus. Stan' 43 NOT PICTURED . Big Show Cast 2, 3. 4: Friendship Club Youngberg. Arne "Sig" 2, 3, 4' l.Q.S. 3, 4: N.H.S. 3, 41 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2. 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Letter- man 3, 4: Class Cabinet 33 Guidance Zibertv Lucille NI-Gun Council 3: Student Council 3. 4, Pres. 4. Hall Guard 43 Friendship Club 2' 3' Exec. Board 43 Survey 3, 4, Sports Edi- Collier- Donald 'iC0dgC" tor 4: Spirits 3' 3. 41 Buckeye Boys Zicari' Elisa MESH.. Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. SIHIC RCD- 3- G.A.A. 31 Megaphone Club 3g Friend- ship Club 3, Zackel, Dolores "Dee" N.F.I.. 2, 3, 41 World Affairs 2, 3g G.A.A. 23 Student Council 3, 41 P.A. Deely, Gloria "Babe" Club Technician 2. 3, 42 All-School Play Jr, Red C1-055 2. Prod. StalT2: Spring Play Prod. Staff 2: Friendship Club 2. 3: N.H.S. 4. W I f 1: , , . 1 -. . . I. ., KX 1 1 X Q X rx "' -ear ff:- 'vN,6" ix 4-M 'rr' 1:-5' 3 - 'Xxx-'fi-'i'i ' z f 'f ff' PM it rg - l.....,. . l,s . MARGARET YATES GERALD YORK ARNE YOUNGBERG DOLORES ZACKEL , l fm! 'N ii fx 'US vi- f 'An ff' NX' 'I N lx ...v.,,.,m ,fx ' wa f DENNIS ZAK ANDREA ZAYATZ LUCILLE ZIBERT ELISA ZICARI 234 I I i 2 Ziegler. Irene "Susie Q" Q Hall Guard -1: Friendship Club 2, 3. 3 i it il Zimmerman, Allen "Marlon" ill NOT PICTURED Wrestling 2, 3, Letterman 33 Letter- igi men's Club 4: Student Council 2, Hall 9 Guard 3. Kordick. David "Dave" Football 2. 3: Basketball 2, 4. , N Zingale. Gerald 'Zingy Basketball 2 Meier. Barbara "Barb" i Friendship Club 3. Zinner, Karen "Zinnerbug" . 'T' Hall Guard 41 Majorette Club -. Friendship Club 2. 3. 5-fx ff 6 ffx 9-lv' :ICS 'Sf' Znidarsic. Joanne "Jo Jo" F.T.A. 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 31 Jr. Red Cross 2. 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, -1. Zupancic, Stanley "Stan" Zupanic. Linda "Lin" Jr. Red Cross 3: F,N.A. -ll Friendship Club. N- fm inf' 'L ,. 5' Ii 1? IRENE ZIEGLER 4'-x ff- ALLEN ZIMMERMAN GERALD ZINGALE 'v,a W N' in, X X Mt K az. t.N.NX ' We 5 , id' N V, U N i i l JOANNE ZNIDARSIC v i l l l 1 . ffl- A P A ,. . STANLEY ZUPANCIC LINDA ZUPANIC 235 KAREN ZINNER Many hours of untiring effort and true co-operation have resulted in the creation of the 1958 EUCLIDIAN. Planning a yearbook as large and outstanding as Euclid's is ajob that can not be accomplished alone. This year my staff faced each new situ- ation and problem together but they were aided by many individuals who can not be left unmentioned. Even though our staff was willing to supply the effort, we would not have suc- ceeded without the co-operation and proper facilities provided by our superintendent of schools, Dr. Wellington G. Fordyce who was always ready to help in any way possible. Mr. Clifford Owens, Principal, was also anxious to assist us whenever a problem arose or advice was needed. Picture scheduling and re-takes are always a problem but Mr. Bruce Graham, Assistant Principal, helped us face this encounter, while our Deans, Mrs. Harriet Sheats and Mr. Jerry Bergem excused us from classes when time became short and that deadline had to be met. Although our yearbook has pictures taken by a student photographer, fine reproduction and quality of our pictures are accredited to Raimor Studios. Mr. M. Levine, Mr. Wm. Rainin, and Mr. J. Gongos were always ready to re-print just one more picture along with any other service they could perform for us. Many times we could not go to the Studio for film but Mr. Donald McGinley and his Camera Club always saw that we had what we needed in the way of photographic equipment. Art work, although it is limited, was given to Mr. Fred Vollman for his advice. Also supplying advice and helpful hints were Mr. George Scott from the Wm. J. Keller, Inc. and Mr. David Mack from the Mueller Art Cover Company. Don Clink, Business Manager, and his staff under the guidance of Mr. Clayton George, Business Sponsor, did an exceptional job in supplying the needed finances for our yearbook. Their fine campaign brought a record sale in subscriptions of 902 of our student body subscribing. With all these people working together, .our job was lessened but the person who made our work more enjoyable and always provided the guidance that we needed so many times is Mr. Gene M. Pillot. He filled our staff with pride in our yearbook and made perfection our goal. To our staff, the yearbook without Mr. Pillot would not remain in our minds or close to our hearts. To all these people I offer a big "thank you" and hope that this year's book can repay you by bringing back memories of a wonderful year. Sincerely yours, Diane Koss Editor-in-Chief t l 1 .vcafmf l ei ' 'S -v"""L.. www 1. 1 Jr ' ' , 4v.Q...:: 221 'lil -,w.gw1, Q. Q-,, W, .. -,. ,ff f fi., ,5,f,f.Lu Y. Y, " ,,.y,,lf-v.,-x, Q X-.-.ew-rlv-.-x -f-jj Pj." f , ..,. ,.,,,,,Q .. -, d V .1 .. F-M .. ' A: Ax, -.,-,,,,L ,A rf . . , P , 4+ L .Mk Q ,WV 3' .. . sz - ., N, F limba I ..,-0-""""J sg ! 5 -n 1-..-v, -Q A --5 o vu: v. . , fu un un u zu. ,qw . We S -ya ve'-., ,- 1 , 5 X ,4 , Law, 1 ' ' ' 1- w 4 - R: I ' -' ' ii-. v f 1 . Y , ,ki fl 'n ns.. -, -4 w ' - ' . V , . gif' .- i nA.MQ, m,D.Q f ,nat of Q32 ' CL-Ass PHOTOGRAPHER Z Q.. -. 1 r 750 EAST 'lfslh' STREET - lv. 1-1 use - .J I . 'T 'S -me w .Q U5 gan. s 4' f-.-........... FRANK A. THOMAS 81 ASSOCIATES, INC. CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS 21071 LAKE SHORE BOULEVARD EUCLID 23, OHIO WICKLIFFE OFFICE: WH 3-4479 FRANK A. THOMAS REdWood 1-7025 Compliments of MOORE gl GLASS INC 25901 Tungsten Rd. JOI-IN BRITVIC LAKELAND BODY and PAINT SHOP 1310 EAST 260TH STREET EUCLUJ 32, OHIO INFRA -RED PAINTING EXPERT BODY REPAIRS .S REdwood 1-9006 L 1 . lx I j 238 GORNIK'S Store for Men and Dress Suit Rental 22346 Lake Shore Blvd. RE, 1-2151 I I I I I V I mf W FN U Compliments 'Sf , ff' 'R F E 4 HoMERooM 209 1 I IVanhoe 6-1210 PERFECT SHEET METAL Sz FURNACE CO. WE INSTALL GAS, OIL FURNACES and COOLING SYSTEMS REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES FURNACES, CUTTERS, ETC. FRANK BRICELJ 671 EAST ZOOTH STREET MANAGER EUCLID 19, OHIO Compliments of I THE F. HOHLFELDER CO. 26470 LAKELAND BLVD. T' 7 Great to be the Leader X Yes, it's great to be the leader in a growing industry. But leadership I imposes a responsibility too. A responsibility to deserve leadership I by continuous progress in product development, production facilities, , personal relations. I Like any leading team, the people at Lincoln don't rest on their laurels. They keep their eye on the future. The past has been , good, but the future looks better. The people now working at N Lincoln-and those who will join us-will share in this future growth. l THE LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY The world's largest manufacturer of arc welding equipment- I 1 y CLEVELAND 17, OHIO 'T 239 I 1 X1 COMPLIMENTS OF HOME ROOM 204 ul'--1s"-r'l--nnr"'n-f ' Congratulations and Sincere Good Wishes "Everything for the Home" 720 E. 152nd St. UL. 1-2525 FURNITURE CARP ETING APP LIANC ES Consult Perme's for decorating and furnishing problems 240 GOOD LUCK TO THE FUTURE HOMEROOM l03 Gene Allar AHUIOHY Andi'-Hitis Isabelle Anderson Richard Andrews Gail Anson L9-YYY Allkuda Geraldine Bagocius Bob Bailey Janet Barnes Duane Bates Judy Barnes Richard Bavetz Judy Battu-ng R0119-ld 392111 Marjorie Bauer Michael Bubonics N01-eda Beeke Glell ESCh Linda Berger JUG Kogoy Geraldine Berthold Kenneth Majcen Doris Beyer Elaine Abrams Barbara Bencin Leah Abrams Vivi Ann Backstrom DOI'iS AHSODD Barbara Cali Shirley Altknecht Jayne Kulka Tyko Amundson Pat Milner HEnderson 1-7265 IVanhoe 1-5277 B R I C K M A N 81 S O N S FUNERAL HOMES 21900 Euclid Ave. 7204-7208 Superior Ave. Between Chardon S East 222 St. Cleveland 3, ohio Euclid 17, ohio Toasted Bread Crumbs KOEPPLlNGER'S BAKERY, INC. Distributors of Arnold's Bread and Rolls 19400 NOTTINGHAM RD. KErLm0I'e l-1646 Bakers of Famous Health Bread Sold at your neighborhood Grocery Store 41 L ,I ir , Cube-its Salt Free Bread A I.. V I N ' S Jewelers Diamonds Watches EXPERT, GUARANTEED WATCH 8 JEWELRY REPAIRS 690 E. 185 St. 5633 Broadway Cleveland, O. IVanhoe 1-4104 Mi, 1-1691 241 Best Wis. F UNITED we SHOE REPAIRING WHITEWAY STAMPINO NATIQNAL 21937 LAKE SHORE BLVD. CONSTRUCTION C0- EUCLID 23, Ol-HO COMPANY Phone - RE, 1-5503 1160 East 222 St. 23500 Lakeland B1 W1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED I SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED 'l'1 CLAIR AVINIGS ai LOAN co S13 E: 185 st. 6235 sr. ciair Ave. 25000 Euclid Ave. IV 1-7500 AN 1-1200 HE 1-5670 Cogzipliments of THE AUSTIN COMPANY Egigineers and Builders MACHINE CO Bliss Steel Fabricating Division 1-F40 E 229 1 St 1245 East 222nd Street Q . Hnc . 242 Cleveland 17, Ohio BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS GF "58" THE EUCLID HEAT TREATI CO. 1408 E. 222nd Street Cleveland 17, Ohio "Engineered Heat Tre ating" by "TEHTco" IV. 1-8444 - 5 - 6 NG Best Wishes J. M. ARNOFF co. 1 0' '-Tef 1'f""'W7"fl"""JX 'i,"?"Tg'7eff1' XX,,:'1+X- 1 .--fr-ff. -"- affix? J f , ww ww wy.vgw94?g.Xe ' "" ff-1X,yriXwfngwf'P'Q F . X' ,X X . . 7NSNf?53qgf':, . XX:,X4X' 'A - ' X QVMXJVQ f L 'XXX 611-0 x -ff1X-21" 4 .X F X . Yi Ur. wglfhggfigas A fig Q 0, ' X V i512X:fQS' fu 'Z..:1X yXX,g:'1L'X,XXvi5rw '?wX75 s4i'?f 1 wQ215gxS?ENfSf5X'l"- .MY , , vim'-1 . f59N'5?i'x,se:PQWfZfYf "-T'c A ' X . , 'Q .,. .AQQBWV 'LMJQ1' ':XSXfQx ixkfiixe v 525'-. ks S' -E" rfQ5:giWg- -QSQIQQX 311153. Thi, V L Q5 fgwfl V ,'iQfKXXj '31-X Ivy, .gli I ' hb9:iqQXrE,QgZff Qirhfzlbkffzbr r -'Pyf f,:'f4z'Q Q-SQL S' 1. , www: 'M'-X,xSg-4 . f-QS, fx ..-XfXXXiafZkz:x.41.9 1Jf13.H'i4i. -.29 f- '1Xz5i:fyX:.f1,z ' X 'X X f .. ., -liz ,- Rwffagg. 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A 21100 St. Clair Ave. Telephone IV. 1-4333 243 FN Q "1 STQp SGRO'SSTOP-N-SHOP 53955 if 1 ffbffff .5 SUPER MARKET 26588 LAKE SHORE BLVD. BILL Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1958 S PURE OIL SERVICE I 905 E. 185th St. IV 1-9614 MOTOR TUNE UP-BRAKES MUFFLER AND TAIL PIPE AND. CAR WASHING JEEP - ROAD SERVICE 'SEE BILL FOR A FILL YI Compliments of H. R. 214 ' mugziiiskgjh I 5MOQUfN"f'f7fffY ii? Mime we me as WWIUW A A an f OW I We W1 AZ? mamgzqzzgfmk 2? Qmedww 0,307 0372: 76. . RWMQXEQWN 0 244 JZWZMWDL 'JM fr' ' Q5 COMPLIMENTS OF G R E N N AN Cook Book CAKES DONUTS COOKIES AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE GROC ERS C ONGRATU LATIONS GRADUATES I Commencement is the start of a new phase of living. The future has promise for those with the right desires and the will to accomplish. May this be a perpetual Challenge to you! Sincerely yours KERR-LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES, INC. Screw Machine Products Large Cap Screws Set Screws Socket Head Products 21850 St. Clair Ave, Euclid 17, Ohio KEnmore 1-8380 PRESSURE CASTINGS, INC. I gf? 21500 St. Clair Ave. IV 1-5400 245 7' .. REdW0od l-7070 WILKE HARDWARE Paints - Glass - Housewares Plumbing - Electrical Supplies 809 East 222nd Street Euclid 23, Ohio SIVIACK Sz SMACK INC. 18 Hole Miniature Golf Range 6455 Mayfield Compliments of Compliments of JACOBSEN POWER LAWN MOWER CO. MACHINE Mayfield Heights, Ohio COMPANY STATE PLASTICS, INC. AMERICA Injection Molding All Thermoplastics Specializing in Acid Resistant Saran 24 Years Experience in Plastic Molding 22240 Lakeland Blvd. RE. 2-7806 VOGUE PRINTING CO. John P. Hult 608 East 185 St. lVanhoe 6-0585 Compliments of PETRIC 'S BARBER SHOP 761 E. 185th St. Its foundation is in youth, Its salvation is in God. THE CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS CO. Euclid 17, Ohio Manufacturers of Paints, Varnishes Protective Coatings, Boiler Treatments and Allied Products in Euclid since 1916 TAKE A JOB WITH A FUTURE For a good start in your business career become a part of the Curtis f arnily of factory and office employees We are expanding. Our ernpl Typewriter C omptometer Calculating Machine Multilith Addressograph Bookkeeping Machines Verifax Ditto Microfilm Learn AS You E oyees operate: Dictaphone Punch Press Lathe Screw Machine Drill Press Milling Machine Boring Mill Shaper Planer E11'I'1 CURTIS INDUSTRIES, INC. 1130 East 222 St. "Euclid's Friendly r Firm" BERGER'S WALLPAPER, PAINT AND LINOLEUM CO.. 805 E. 185 Sf- Iv. 1-6250 6919 Superior I-LE. 1-3659 In Euclid Call VILLAGE CAB CO. Dependable 24 Hour Service SOG Anywhere in Euclid IVanhoe 6-1300 All Cabs Equipped with 2-way Radio THE SHEET METAL PRODUCTS CO. 21200 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland 17, Ohio KE. l-1960 STERN'S MEN'S WEAR "Where Your Dollar Buys More" Complete Line of Nationally Advertised, Popularly P Men's Apparel riced Use Our Budget Plan STAR BLOCK 81 BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Ready-Mix Concrete 30150 Lakeland Blvd. Wickliffe, Ohio Phones - WI-I. 3-2112 and WH. 3-2113 ARROW INTERVV OV EN VAN HEUSEN HICKOK JANTZEN SWANK IMPERIAL MOTORS, INC. MALLORY DONEGAL Downtown - Chrysler - Plymouth Dealer WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS TONY STRIZZI WOOLF COI-EEN Corner 69th and Euclid 1-Ilinderson 1-2323 Ne Rent Correct Formal Clothes CLEVELAND 3, OHIO and Accessories for Every Occasion TEDDY BEAR STORES, INC. I 751 East 185th st. 746 E. iss sr. KEnmore 1-26110 OPEN TI-IURS., FRI, AND SAT. EVENINGS Children's Wear - Juvenile Furniture - Toys IVanhoe 1-8877 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 W. A. Schutt Anthony J. Lang Max Gerl Helge V. Erickson Edward J. Eckart Frank A. Welling Charles W. Wade Anthony J. Sustars ic Ernest C. Peters Robert Gill J. Vincent O'Connor LeRoy Williams Clyde R. Woodmansee Robert B. Henn Walter Nason To The Graduating Class of 1958 Mayor Law Director Director of Finance Administrative Director Judge of Municipal Court President of Council Councilman, lst Ward Coimcilman, 2nd Ward Councilman, 3rd Ward Councilman, 4th Ward Coimc il-At- Large Council-At- Large Counc il-At- Large C ouncil-At- Large Chief of Police Chief of Fire Dept. Clerk of Council City Engineer Building Commissioner Park Superintendent Service Director 248 Eaton Manufacturing Company COMPONENT MANUFACTURERS FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE, AIRCRAFT AND OTHER MAJOR INDUSTRIES GENERALCHWUCES:CLEVELAND,OHHD PLANTS CLEVELAND - MASSILLON - MARION DETROIT - SAGINAW - VASSAR - BATTLE CREEK MARSHALL - LACKAWANNA - LAWTON - COLD WATER RICHMOND, INDIANA - KENOSHA - LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA 249 CHARDON-EUC LID BEVERAGE 1' L f Comp men S 0 QFORMER SULLIVAN'S BEVJ TAUCHER'S QUALITY MEATS 21109 Euclid Ave. 20068 Lk. Shore Blvd. KE. 1-5757 KE. 1-0376 SUSAN' S Compliments of CANDY AND GIFT SHOP For the Finest in Gifts and SHAKER TGOL AND DIE CO' Candies 1080 East 222nd street 555 E. 185th St. GARCO MACHINERY INC. 2100 ST. Clair Avenue Cleveland 17, Ohio ii? Tools for Industry Machine Tool Distributor Phone: KEnmore1-9120 EUC LID CITY PLUMBING SERVICE TEEN-AGERS We can get you 23745 LAKE SHORE BOULEVARD AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE EUCLID 23 Gmc KILLEN-KAUCNIK INSURANCE AGENCY 736 E. 200 st, Cleveland 19, ohio Rliclwood 2-7090 IV. 1-10424 EAST 200th HARDWARE BLISS SOHIO SERVICE fV9,11l106 1-8448 PHONE: K.En1'nore 1-9832 685-87 East 200th St. 21050 EUCLID AVE. Euclid 19, Ohio EUCLID 17, OHIO 250 Compliments of WI LDWOOD MARINE De Vanna Real Estate COMPANY MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE OFFICE 535 East 185th St. 16820 Lake Shore Blvd. KEnmore 1-2227 Euclid 19, Ohio YOUR BEAUTY SALON 825 E. 1.85Lh St. KE. 1-0176 Angela Zabjek prop. C ompliments of DOROTHY V. BURGER AND ASSOCIATES Realtor RE, 2-8383 Compliments of ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 20850 S12 Clair Avenue 629 E. ALAN BEA UTY SALON NORTHEAST COMMUNITY BEAUTY CENTER 185th St. Eucl No Appointment Necessary id 19, ohio Compliments of A FRIEND OF YOUTH Congratulations Seniors MOSS POINT CLEANERS BOULEVARD SHOES Shore Center Building "Sparing No Effort to Please' 22324 Lake Shore Blvd. RE. 1-0575 REdWood 2-7171 Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co. "Euc1id's Original" 25861 Tungsten Rd. Stephen Opalich Euclid 23, Ohio IV 1-1797 JOHN KAUSEK STUDIOS 762 EAST 185th ST. CLEVELAND 19, OHIO l THE PARTY SHOPPE 23900 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid 23, Ohio RE. 2-9948 DRIVE-IN BEVERAGE STORE PARTY SNACKS Lots for Tots TODDLE TOWN FURNITURE, INC. 26330 LAKE SHORE BLVD. Eucun, omo RE. 1-7866 Congratulations 8 Best Wishes From LEWIS WELDING 8z ENGINEERING CORP. 23000 St, Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio Best In Food F R I E D E I.. 'S DE LICATESSEN M39 Mary Agnes Leo RE. 2-7181 843 E. 222 St. Open 6:30 to 9:30 daily Euclid 23, Ohio Compliments of MUTUAL METAL PRODUCTS, INC. 17600 Waterloo Rd. Cleveland 19, Ohio Best Wishes to the CLASS OF '58 PETER PAN DRESS SHOPPES 1 705 E. 185th St. 12432 St. Clair Ave. COMMERCE FORD l3608 St. Clair Ave. Hayden and St. Clair MU. 1-4000 New Fords and KE 1-3220 A-1 Used Cars 30116 Lake Shore Blvd. Compliments Compliments of SENIOR HOMEROOM 309 HOMEROOM 306 . ' - fill ,gi X 3 CX U X l N MD R lf! THE EUCLID Key Club EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE 1958 GRADUATING CLASS OF EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL Complete Line of Portables Royal - Underwood - Remington - Smith Corona SPECIAL STUDENT PRIC ES For the World's Finest THE FLORENCE SHOP 644 EAST 185th ST. SPORTSWEAR AND CO-ORDINATES Precision-built Portable See the OLYMPIA with the "Office Model Touch" Try the Best before you Buy AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 821 East 185th St. IV.. 1-9966 New and Reconditioned Std. Machines Complete Service and Rentals Congratulations to My Daughter and the Graduating Class of 1958 Mr. and Mrs. J. Laurich FOR JUNIORS Sz MISSES Authorized Keepsake Diamond Rings FRIEDMAN JEWELE RS Est. 1914 22312 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood l-0800 12322 Superior Avenue POtomac 1-6686 Headquarters for Sterling Silver Best Wishes From THE PANTHER DINER 768 E. 222nd St. RE. Our Specialties Pantherburgers, Home Cooking "Take Out" Service 1-9775 C HAND LER PRECISION C APSC REWS produced to your exact specifications from high carbon, alloy and stainless steels. CHANDLER PRODUCTS CORP. 1491 Chafdon Road Cleveland 17, Ohio 254 RICHMOND LANES 12 A. M. F. AUTOMATIC PINSPOTTERS AIR CONDITIONED OPEN BOWLING 26173 Euclid Ave. Best Wishes to the Class of '58 Dr. Sz Mrs. J. B. Dvorak ...T For C omplete Printing Service ACTIVITIES PRESS, INC. 22700 Shore Center Dr. Euclid, Ohio SAT. 8: SUN. AN.. 1-1677 MILLER-STONE Euclid's Oldest Jewelers Between the Theatres RE. 1-0155 22570 Lake Shore Blvd. Compliments of RE. 1-2500 THE DILLE ROAD Phonograph Records Communications HERB FITZGERALD LUMBER COMPANY 635 E. 185th St. KE, 1-1313 Radio S TV Repair Phonograph Repair 255 .-ffgmfgl-... , W A -'fqvfgvfrgv' ' 7' ' ' 5 . M V VIXQJ ii riff" ls!" M 4 ww --. -- uni ,I T, --. - ll EUC LID RACE DAIRY PRODUCTS Sewing All of Euclid With the Finest Dairy Products in the Country Home Deliveries For Your Convenience IVanhoe 1-4700 Famous for Ice Creams Our Plant in Euclid 503 E. 200th St. CLEVELAND METAL CLEANING CORP. A423 DILLE ROAD - CLEVELAND 17, O1-HO Wanhoe 1-4111 The F. Ziehm Co. Funeral Home 13633 EUCLID AVENUE GLenville 1-5722 HERMAN D. WARNKE I-LAZEL ZIEHIM WARNKE ALBERT E. LORD TASTY SHOP RESTAURANT 22350 LAKE SHORE BLVD, RE 1-1800 Q, 'arab K 1 ' 1:5- " 212 ' .. .i-.-U-Digg.. 9 3 'BTI' .I em -"" 'f'- ' . .E .elm-Pvfx ,L ...vi 1 A -- ...X-1-74-fe 17 " R . L E+ I ' ' E . " 1 . hr 'i z-:F , ff . ' A , .. 1 J .N E , V l-L., Compliments of ui EAST END NASH - V Ivmgf I uml, ' ggi- wi ' 13829 Euclid Ave. I: l T1 Qui? Y' --.--35?'t'2"j' i?5,u ' 9 -' l k' . I Q . ,- ,, n h' iQ,c..'o -'jf' g y ' A " I ' I A' ' Llberty 1-5300 E I x I X NN V X Q gZNgs,Yg,,I -Q., TREBEC EXCAVATING. INC. 571 East 200th St. IV. 1-1000 "'..-I.. ". .Ad A4 . 5 - . I ,I . COMP LIMENTS OF RICHARD WIISON DENNIS MORGAN -, I A A: CONGRATULATIONS TO T1-LE I " ' IE 1958 GRADUATING CLASS . - W EIis1Ill ll MR. WALLACE'S CAFETERIA C HOMEROOM . AN"' 257 Precision ptical Dispensing Compan 22580 LAKE SHORE BLVD. AN. 1-1166 For Your Shopping Convenience We Are Open Two Evenings TUESDAY FRIDAY 9:00 TO 8:30 9:00 TO 8:30 SATURDAY 12 NOON Eye Doctors Prescriptions Filled Complete Line of Latest Eyewear Fashions Repair Service While You Wait Broken Lenses Duplicated MAIN OFFICE BRANCH 9915 Euclid Ave. 3550 Warrensville Center Rd. CE. 1-4961 SK. 1-0112 FREE PARKING -ALL LOCATIONS 258 C ONGRATU LAT ION S To The Class of 1958 General Electric Compan Lamp Wire 81 Phosphors Department 2180 Tungsten Road Euclid 17, Ohio il? As well as advice and counselling to graduates, your local General Electric plant offers many opportunities in the varied fields of business, engineering, chemistry, tinance, and personnel. ik' Progress is our most important product General Electric 259 To all the members of the Graduating class of EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CONGRATULATIONS! And Our Heartfelt Good Wishes for Every Possible Success in Your Future Careers and Private Lives as Well Compliments of ADDRESSOGRAPH- ULTIGR PH CORP. 260 2 Appearance Keys Your Future Success For the finest styles in sight have your prescription eye- wear prepared by . . . I-IABERACKER OPTICAL COMPANY BRAE-BURN NIEDICAL CENTER 25100 Euclid Avenue REdwood 2-7600 OFFICE HOURS MOlIt7,H'H'1 Tfazzmfag' - Sllfllfllltlj' 9:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Tzzcfsrlczy-Friafzzy 9:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. WC7dlIFStidJ' 9:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. ' Prescription Lenses ' Complete Optical Service ' Fashionable Eyewear for the entire family ' Immediate Repair Service ' Contact Lenses Compliments WEAN EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 22800 Lakeland Blvd. Euclid, Ohio . GREAT LAKES SPLICLNG gl SUPPLY CO. Wire Rope and Cable Assemblies LUIKART 23570 LAKELAND BLVD, EUCLID 23, OHIO PHONE REDWOOD 1-5554 INSURANCE AGENCY, INC H-W,-Q ' A LAoo DIE CASTING oo. Insurance All Forms KE, 1-4770 23440 Lakeland Blvd. LAKE SHORE MARKET Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables 20070 L l-Q Sh r B ul rd Telephabni Wczzixiiog 1513-ll Euclid 23, Ohio ' I" ' 0' "' A 0 ' 481 East 185 street Compliments of Euclid 19, Qhio JACK'S MOTOR MART IV' 1-9100 CONGRATULATIONS THE GEOMETRIC STAMPING COMPANY IA SUBSIDIARY OF REPUBLIC INDUSTRIAL CORPJ llll East 200th Street Euclid, Ohio 262 1 Compliments of RADIX WIRE CO. 26260 Lakeland Blvd. Grade "A" Poultry and Strictly Fresh E315 SOLGN EUC LID POULTRY 549 East 185th Street 21860 Lake Shore Blvd. 21051 Euclid Ave. at Chardon Rd. jerry Pe Buena, ohio tkovsek KEnmore 1' 1-8167 Compliments of VILLAGE HARDWARE Compliments of CHESTERFIELD STEEL SERVICE 1220 East 222nd St ,, ,L "-li, " ' ' ' L,""i'1 1 Compliments of I NICK'S BARBER SHDP 1 5 624 E. 222nd St. You Save When You Shop at STANDARD PAYFAIR FCOD MKT. 854 E. 185th St. Phone - IV. 1-5686 Compliments of ROESCH PAINT 81 WALLPAPER SUPPLIES 853 East 222 St. Euclid, Ohio RE. 1-3585-86 263 fill rm II! 1 1 I i , r ,I Y I w r I Ll I nl. I Compliments of - Compliments of P. O. Mclntire CO. EUC LID IGNITION SALES il I' AND SERVICE NI "POMCO" Boring Bars 81 Blades I 1062 East 185 sr. I I I I 5 Compliments of .1 CLEVELAND 32, OHIO 25020 LAKELAND BLVD. EUCLID BLUEPRINT I RE. 1-9300 AND SUPPLY COMPANY Compliments Of Ml I W. T. GRANT CO. I 22574 Lal-ce Shore Blvd. 54 Congratulations I Euclid 23, Ohio I I to the Class of '58 CLEVELAND METAL E U C L I D C O A L Sz CLEANING CORP. lil W1 I S U P P L Y C O . I 1423 Dille Rd. is 5,3 1400 Chardon Rd. il HUDSON PHARMACY 'll KE. 1-1400 I. I 922 E. 222ND STREET qi! I Phone: RE. 2-7066 EUCLID, OHIO ll I THE VILLAGE RESTAURANT I I WANT A DEAL I 'I Corner Dille Road i ON A DODGE and Euclid Avenue I 3' See me at the Corner of, IVanhoe 1-4275 I-I . . II Comphments ot 1 65th gl EUCLID I RENE BEAUTY SALON ED GOLDIE DODGE I1 Euclid-Green Shopping Center ll I Compliments of BOULEVARD BEVERAGE 22742 Shore Center Dr. Euclid, Ohio For the Finest in Quality jewelry WOLKOV JE WE LERS Telephone KE, 1-9876 Keepsake and Artcarved Diamond Rings ZALLERvS PURE OIL STATION All Nationally Advertised Watches Generator and Voltage Reg. Service Iff ' ' S ' - B k - T ' ff Ummm 33332 253 Owmr 707 East 185th street Nanhoe 1-4885 Frank and Rich Cleveland 19, Ohio ' W , " in , DAVIS BAKERY "The Home of Finer BakinQ" - 5884 Mayfield Rd. 13904 Cedar Rd. PLANNING A BOWLING PARTY? HL. 2-SOOO YE. 2-7600 Mayfield S SOM Center 25591 Euclid Ave. CALL ru, 2-5003 RE. 1-1205 AMBASSADOR LANES CLIFFEL, BAKERY 22661 EUC LID AVE. rv, 6-2272 36 AUTOMATIC LANES TO SERVE YOU ONE OF OHIO'S MOST MODERN RECREATION CENTERS Q 22030 Lake Shore 70-1 E. 185th RE. I-4747 KE. 1-0650 -"I+ iq' REdwood 1-5440 SHORE BEVERAGE "Euclid's Finest and Most Complete Beverage Store" 21950 Lake Shore Blvd. Phone: IVanhoe 1-3300 Ruberoid - Asphalt - Asbestos Building Materials WOVENVVIRE SC REEN THE K SL B HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. , INC, for Siivfraihifisilz, INDUSTRY Carl Bark THE CLEVELAND WIRE CLOTH BOULEVARD TV AND RADIO SERVICE 81 906 EAST 222ND STREET DRIVE-IN AUTO RADIO SERVICE iq 3573 E. 78 Street Cleveland 5. Ohio 2 j Compliments of LAKE SHORE ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CO. " - AMSTER COMPANY Iobbers and Distributors of REFRIGERATION-AIR CONDITIONING-SERVICE 8 SALES 444 East 200th Street Compliments of ACKERMAN PLASTIC MOLDING DIV. :sf ak wa: Consolidated Iron and Steel Manufacturing Co. Best Wishes MELDEN'S DEPT. STORE 696 East 185th St. KEnmore 1-1473 Josr Tools COMPANY Plastic Molds - Fixtures - Dies 1066 East 222nd St. Euclid 17, Ohio Compliments of MODEL FOOD MARKET 445 East 200 St. KE. 1-7447 Prop. Charles Sz Theresa Clements Compliments WATERWASH HARDWARE KEnrnore 1-0956 335 East 200 Street EUCLID 19, OHIO SYRACUSE FILL TOPSOIL GRAVEL Wholesale and Retail 24 Hour Service LARGE LOAD RE. 1-8762 CENTER BEVERAGE AND DELICATESSEN 22362 Lake Shore In Shopping Center Rlidwood 1-9473 WE DELIVER WHEATCROFT Heating 8 Air Conditioning Company 18604 St, Clair Avenue Cleveland l0, Ohio Tel. KEnmore l-0364 ZAK FUNERAL HOME 6016 St. Clair En. 1-3113 l l 2 . Compliments of BILL'S CLOTHES 22810 Lake Shore Blvd. Compliments of DRENIK BEVERAGE Distributing, Inc. 23776 Lakeland Blvd. JOHN DRENIK -'i Compliments of THE LADIES of the EUCLID ELKS EDWARDS PLUMBING AND HEATING CO Repairs and Remodeling 1575 Chardon Rd. KE. 1-1722 NOTTINGHAM DRY C LEANING 18127 St. Clair Avenue IV:-lnhoe 1-0595 A11 Work Done On Premises Free Moth-proofing 1 l.ll .ul WALTER F. MEYER JEWELER 12509 ST. CLAIR AVE. CLEVELAND 8, OHIO PHONE GLENVILLE 1-4700 " 41 Compliments of The BETI-IANDALE CORP. 24040 Lakeland Blvd. L1 L ,,.Il in , ,I DODDS REALTY CO. 18000 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 1'V.1-9285 RE. 1-6210 GENERAL REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC WILSON Sz COLTON AMOCO STATION Open 24 Hours 19116 Nottingham Rd. IV. 6-9809 -uiq "gi .L , ,pq,,,.. JET DIE AND DEVELOPMENT co. 25020 Lakeland Blvd. Cleveland 23. Ohio REdwood 1-3720 - COMP LIMENTS OF KNUTI-I GREENHOUSE 21601 Euclid Ave. 2 KE. 1 65.3 LA SALLE C LEANERS Sz DYERS E35 E Cleve. 19, in , Compliments of TRACY'S GARAGE 20401 Euclid Ave. -6 P eva' .110 fy 0 .T X 'KW A W mi .Silk ., C ONGRATU LATIONS GRADUATES ! HI CARB CORPORATION 530 East 200th St. Cleveland 19, Ohio KE. 1-1780 COMPLHVIENTS OF I-IOMEROOM 201 HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL Congratulations Class of "58" SCHOOL SUPPLIES SC OTTS Homeroom 122 22304 LAKE SHORE BLVD. Compliments f COMPLIMENTS OF o A F RI E N D HOMEROOM 208 Clevetanci GATEWAY MOTEL On U. S. Route 20 . . . 15 Miles East of Downtown Cleveland . . . 29865 Euclid Avenue, Wickliffe, Ohio . . TELEPHONE WH. 3-6777 268 TRYING TO BE A GOOD INDUSTRIAL NEIGHBOR IN THE CITY OF EUCLID THOMPSON PRODUCTS T' '-'-'-I COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS OF SENIOR HOMEROOM 108 Compliments of PETE PETRONE'S AMBASSADOR DRESS SUIT RENTAL 1516-22 Hayden Ave. GL 1-1512 2 Compliments of KEITH WEIGLE MOTORS DG SOIO Plymouth Dealers 20941 Euclid Ave. ED WANK Television Service CO. Euclid's Oldest TV Service Shop DuMont - Philco - RCA - Motorola GE All Standard Makes ANT ENNA REP AIR and Install ation KE. 1-1222 378 East 200th St. Euclid, Ohio Compliments SKI-WAY MAC HINE PRODUC TS C OMPANY 21730 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland 17, Ohio Compliments of CLARK'S FOOD STORE IVa11hoe 6-0555 BETTYRUTH BEAUTY SHOP COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 375 East 2001511 Sf. Euclid 19, Ohio 1-":nu:1 .,.u1l1i-1-1 , H W 'Wil CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS May Your Future Be Bright 2, Prosperous FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS SEE CRAIG Sz SHE RMAN EUCLID INSURANCE CENTER 22070 LAKE SHORE BLVD. EUCLID, OHIO TELEPHONE: REdwood 2-9191 REdwood 1- 5700 THE OHIO HONING Sz HYDRAULIC CO. INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CYLINDER FINISHING FABRICATION OF HYDRAULIC HOISTS HONING 23800 ST. CLAIR AVE. CLEVELAND 32, OHIO Compliments of EUCLID BOILER gl WELDING CO. 1541 E. 212 St. PURO CHEMICALS INC. COMPLETE MAINTENANCE CLEANERS AND JANITOR SUPPLIES ' 5 GOOD LUCK TO THE 1958 GRADUATING CLASSI 1643 St. Clair Avenue Compliments of AMERICAN STAMPING COMPANY 26650 Lakeland Blvd. Euclid, Ohio Compliments of AJAX MFG. CO. 1441 Chardon Rd. HATTENDORF -BLISS INC Cleveland, 0hi0 25080 LAKE LAND BLVD. PR. 1-0600 PR. 1-0601 EUCLUJ 23,0HIO 2 555 QF? C5 Il ll - mfieizi x,x, is 'C " , ,I f an ,. .I I . , ,. .,4.f.,R, .YE . .. - .- + xk MMR W. A A ggwmwg Q: 1 1,7 H N vmnsum...." . Lf' ' - ,N , A I ...Q . .,.....,,A..s...-... I.,-..ee-mr.....uRe..I CONGRATULATIONS To the Graduates of 1958 543 East 185th Street Best Wishes F r o rn H . R . 1 1 2 STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS, INC. CONTACT PO. 1-2620 FRANK A. THOMPSON FULL OR PART-TIME QA FORMER EUCLID HIGH STUDENTJ 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 Compliments or EUCLID DIVISION GENERAL MOTORS CORP Dorsel's Restaurant Complete open 24 Hours a.rry Out Service We Never Close E. 228 5 Convenient Locations foods prepared in butter E. 9th and CARNEGIE AVE, E. 75th and EUCLID AVE, E. 93rd and EUCLID AVE. 11218 EUCLID AVE. th and Euclid Ave. - Cocktail Lounge LA SALLE BAKERY 863 E. 185 St. Cleveland, Ohio KE 1-2388 Compliments of HOMEROOM CAFETERIA F Miss Audrey Simonic The L. M. GUNDERSON CO 13111 Sl-IAKER SQUARE SK 1-3131 The Finest in Residential and Apartment Construction Compliments of EUC LID CITY CH VG r 9, APTER,' ORDER OF 'LN ' EIB ., " " ei J 1, -5 r ,lf fa f W' "-fgigfflgf 'J Q C ' ' Q 1 n ...A X DE MOLEY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE EUCLID HIGH GRADUATING C LASS 273 o X if Nia f' is A K Best Wishes TARANTINO BROS INC. 17614 St. Clair Ave Cleveland 10, Ohio IV. 1-0344 'S Ta it is 3 -.ll P KENNY KING 'S DINER 20371 Euclid Avenue "Famous for Big Kings" Curb, Counter, and Dining Room Open 24 Hours Air Conditioned Take Out Service Call Wanhoe 6- 1414 Best Wishes From FOREST CITY MATERIALS CO. C1eve1and's Largest Lumbe rmen 17903 St. Clair Ave. 274 BRAE-BURN I MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY l 25100 EUC LID AVE. WE DELIVER ANYWHERE IN EUCLID COIr1D1imGI1'CS of Compliments of Compliments of I 1 LEATHERBUILT CO. THE L I TI-IE Designers and Manufacturers L COLLINW OD of Leather PI'OduCtS I O I Breakfast Nooks I PUBLISHING CO. CO 7 21019 Euclid Ave. ' 23600 Lakeland Blvd. I KE. 1-9596 I 814 East 152nd Street RICK'S MEN'S SHOP xqffiii-X, Euclid's Headquarters for Young Men's Styles Latest Ivy League Fashions 22572 Lake Shore Blvd. LBetween Lake and Shore Theatresj Zak RE. 2-7875 275 I w -1 IRENE LCJRDS SELENES Y-TEEN HI-Y Y-TEEN President: N President: President: CAROLYN MILLIGAN RICK REEVES PAUTLINE ESPOSITO Sponsor: Sponsor: Sponsor: MISS ROSEMARY PIGNATARO MR. WALLY BEREMAN MISS MADELIINE ESPOSITO CERESES DEMETER Y - T E E N Y - T E E N President: President: BOIINLE 'POLAR MYRA LARKIN Sponsor: Sponsor: MRS. BAUER MISS AUDREE SIMONIC THALIA NOBLES ARTEMIS Y-TEEN HI-Y Y-TEEN President: President: President: CAROL MILLER ALLAN MCLAUGI-ILIN KAREN RAASCH Sponsor: Sponsor: Sponsor: MISS ANN MEINZEN MR, CLYDE CAT ES MISS BARBARA CHAMBERLAIIN 276 ZOHARAS KNIGI-ITS ATI-IENA Y-TEEN HI-Y Y-TEEN President: President: President: KATHY HORROCKS JACK RYBA BARBARA MULFORD Sponsors: Sponsor: Sponsor: MRS. BETTY JAFFRAY MR. JOHN HUDSON MRS. MARY BROWN MRS. H. G. HORROCKS 15 VENUS A' DEIANIRA Y - T E E N Y - T E E N President: President: IO ANN KASTELLIC LINDA KRASNY Sponsor: 3 X Sponsor: MRs. MARY omtrx P A MRS. MARY RRASNY MRS. LEGE V AMACITIA COUNTS A API-IRODITE Y-TEEN HI-Y Y-TEEN President: President: P1'e5id9Y1f1 ARLENE WISSER BILL TILK BONNIE POZNIK Sponsor: Sponsor: Sponsor: fViRS. GERRY ANSPAUGH MIR. ERIC BOYER MISS CARLA URCHEK 277 as "" l ff "'l S ' f W xg 1 ' 5' Compliments C3 QQ' Of? Q . 9 Lg, 'Nun 2 X 'lx X, X 8 S S 4435.1 9 4 4554.1 i HOMEROOM 305 Q x X I 1 S t x ' X . X x X 1 ii W X Yi ww is f X, S S N .4 , - 2 x pl, i' FY- X X -3 A ' 'Xiu .. ,V .er . wg X 'Q-M. gs .fl , . wi ,, -' :A N ,: E K fi l 1, B f i CS? . F Q . ' ,:. SENIOR INDEX Abrams, Elaine 93, 174 Abrams, Leah 122, 124, 127, 174 Adamik, George 85, 174 Allar, Gene 103, 104, 105, 174 Allsopp, Doris 108, 110, 174 Altenweg, Jane 93, 133, 174 Altknecht, Shirley 174 Amundson, Tyko 174 Anderson, Isabelle 124, 175 Andraitis, Anthony 175 Andrews, Richard 102, 175 Ankuda, Larry 175 Anson, Gail 175 Backstrom, Vivi Ann 175 Bagocius, Geraldine 93, 133, 175 Bailey, Bob 175 Baltrus, Janet 176 Barnes, Janet 124, 176 Barnes, Judy 93, 124, 176 Bates, Duane 86, 135, 176 Battung, Judy 91, 93, 117, 131, 176 Bauer, Marjorie 93, 110, 176 Bavetz, Richard 70, 71, 86, 176 Beall, Ronald 176 . Beeke, Noreda 93, 122, 133, 177 Belavich, Leo 177 Bencin, Barbara 93, 133, 177 Berger, Linda 122, 177 Berlo, Harold 102, 103, 105, 116, 120, 126, 129, 177 Berthold, Geraldine 93, 177 Beyer, Doris 93, 177 Biederman, Doris 177 Bills, Anthony 126, 178 Binder, Patricia 91, 131, 178 Bingham, Tom 178 Blackburn, Monroe 178 Blackstone, Betty 178 Bletcher, Thomas 124, 130, 178 Bloom, Richard 86, 128, 178 Bockbrader, Bette 93, 178 Boehmer, Patricia 179 Boggs, Ronald 179 Bolon, Robert 83, 131, 179 Bosich, Frances 133, 179 Boulware, Edward 77, 179 Bouse, Sherrie 93, 123, 124, 179 Bowers, Gordon 179 Boyd, Karen 179 Braden, Cinda 108, 110, 124, 180 Breen, Fred 102, 180 Brewster, George 180 Brooks, Catherine 117, 121, 134, 180 Brown, Allen 135, 180 Brown, Marion 91, 93, 131, 180 Brown, Robert 102, 127, 180 Brown, Stuart 86, 180 Bubonics, Michael 181 Buchar, Joanne 90, 92, 93, 116, 117,120, 128, 181 Budan, Victor 181 Butler, John 70, 71, 86, 181 Buzanski, Richard 181 Bystricky, Charles 181 Cali, Barbara 181 Campana, Elaine 93, 108, 133, 181 Campbell, Robert 182 Candon, William 134, 182 Carlton, Beverly 102, 105, 124, 133, 182 Carney, Nance 52, 103, 112, 118, 124, 129, 130, 182 Cercek, Frances 93, 111, 133, 182 Cerney, Claudia 127, 133, 182 Cesnik, Fred 182 Charnick, Virginia 182 Cinco, Brian 183 Cirino, Fred 183 Clarke, Carole 103, 133, 183 Cline, Joyce 93, 183 Clink, Donald 117, 121, 124, 126, 183 Colantonio, MaryLou 93, 124, 183 Colombi, Vivian 183 Cook, William 183 Corlette, Jim 184 Costello, Naomi 93, 123, 184 Courtot, Eileen 184 Cowgill, Jerome 184 D'Amico, Diane 184 Danzinger, Karen 184 Daugherty, Cathie 90, 93, 108, 110,124,134,184 Davis, Frances 184 Davis, Linda 117, 120, 124, 133, 185 Davis, Margaret 185 Davis Virginia 124, 135, 185 Delavie, Daniel 185 Delly, William 102, 105, 185 Demshar, Barbara 185 Dennis, Carol 102, 103, 105, 185 Derbaum, Judith 103, 185 DeSantis, Oswald 102, 127, 186 Dever, Robert 131, 186 Dey, Rhonda 186 Dietz, Donald 70, 71, 86, 186 DiTirro, Anna 186 Doley, David 86, 116, 118, 120, 186 Doyle, Patricia 52, 107, 117, 133, 186 Drotos, Barbara 133, 187 Dudley, Jean 187 Duffy, James 70, 71, 187 Dunn, Martha 124, 187 Dwyer, Rosemary 187 Edwards, Sherrie 93, 187 Esch, Glen 135, 187 Evancic, Leonard 187 Faber, Paul 70, 71, 86, 188 Falk, Grace 188 Fantini, Fred 112, 129, 130, 188 Fatur, Jean 123, 188 Felice, Marilyn 188 Fiorelli, Barbara 108, 188 Fischietto, Rosemary 188 Flaesgarten, Patricia 188 Fletcher, Kay 124, 127, 189 Focht, Janice 123, 189 Foerste, Ellen 189 Ford, Judith 189 Forsberg, Harold 134, 189 Foster, George 189 Francis, Doreen 189 Friedman, Barry 82, 86, 189 Fuller, David 190 Fuller, Richard 86, 127, 130, 190 Gabowitz, Linda 190 Gainor, Lois 93, 133, 190 Galaba, Susan 88, 120, 128, 190 Garrett, Lowell 102, 104, 105, 190 Gauch, Richard 108, 113, 117, 123, 124, 126, 127, 129, 190 Gedgaudas, Leona 190 Geske, Walter 191 Gessic, Agatha 88, 110, 116, 120, 128, 191 Geyer, Judith 103, 123, 128, 191 Gibb, Thomas 191 Giordano, Gary 191 Gliebe, Phillip 191 Glinsek, Judith 110, 112, 124, 191 Golob, Janice 103, 191 Golob, Judith 133, 192 Gordon, Gary 192 279 Gorslene, Laura 108, 124, 192 Graafmeyer, William 74, 75, 192 Gramberg, Carol 90, 122, 192 Gravell, Richard 83, 192 Greaves, James 192 Green, Donald 82, 128, 192 Gregory, Patricia 93, 113, 117 122, 124, 127, 128, 193 Haas, Katherine 52, 107, 193 Hammink, Ralph 193 Handy, Joan 93, 133, 193 Hanes, Albert 193 Hansen, Linda 133, 193 Harris, Beverly 193 Hava, Anita 93, 193 Hedges, Diane 194 Heinz, Thomas 74, 86, 194 Helmick, Evelyn 93, 133, 194 Henfiing, Barbara 93, 133, 194 Herrick, Judith 93, 102, 104, 105, 124, 194 Hewitt, Nancy 93, 133, 194 Hines, Robert 194 Holmes, Nancy 93, 110, 124, 194 Holzberger, Judith 195 Hoppert, Jack 86, 195 Horvath, Rosalie 195 Hult, John 117, 122, 133, 195 Hunston, Roberta 116, 123, 124, 127, 195 Hunt, Barbara 93, 110, 123, 124, 127, 142, 195 Hunter, Christine 195 Janke, Herbert 195 Jarc, Clare 196 Jaynes, Carol 93, 127, 196 Jerabek, Peter 134, 196 Jeran, Carol 196 Johnson, Anita 91,112, 113,130, 131, 196 Jonassen, Leif 70, 71, 86, 196 Jones, Gregory 86, 196 Jones, Judie 93, 107, 108, 196 Jordan, Marjorie 93, 197 Junda, Judith 93, 133, 197 Kacprzak, Richard 197 Kaehler, James 197 Kakta, Anthony 197 Katanik, Barbara 93, 111, 197 Katona, Raymond 197 Kelly, Carol 197 Kelso, Donald 198 Kerzic, Shirley 93, 198 Kessler, Kenneth 102, 198 Keyes, Melvin 121, 135, 198 King, Diana 91, 93, 131, 198 King, Howard 198 Kish, Florence 198 Kish, Karen 121, 124, 198 Klishak, Richard 199 Kocher, Carol 199 Koehn, Marilyn 199 Kogoy, Joe 199 Kolman, Janet 199 Konyha, Louis 77, 86, 199 Korzunouski, Larry 199 Koss, Diane 108, 116, 117, 118, 120, 124, 128, 199 Kovach, John 200 Kozel, Carol 200 Kranz, Connie 200 Krecic, Karen 200 Kuchta, 'Gerald 86, 200 Kuhar, Richard 102. 103, 105, 200 Kulka, Jayne 108, 200 Kuznik, Rudolph 135, 200 LaBant, Paul 201 Lange, William 201 Langel, Richard 135, 201 Lanning, Bonnie 113, 201 Lantz, Robert 201 Larkin, Myra 52, 58, 102, 103 117, 118, 122, 128, 133,201 LaTour, Judith, 108, 116, 124, 201 Laubler, Carol 93, 133, 201 Laurich, Eileen 202 Leavitt, Leon 86, 202 Leber, Charles 202 Leduc, Jean 202 Lee, Dorothy 90, 93, 108, 118, 120, 202 Legerski, James 202 Leininger, Howard 86, 131, 202 Leland, Richard 202 Levy, Shirley 203 Lindquist, Sandra 90, 93, 203 Lindstrom, Dorothy 90, 108, 116, 120, 122, 134,203 Lisch, Ronald 86, 203 Lobdell, Dorwin 203 Logan, Grace 203 Lokar, Ronald 134, 203 Longo, Joseph 203 LoPresti, Charles 70, 86, 204 Lucas, Janet 88, 116, 121, 128, 129, 133, 204 Luikart, Linda 204 Macarol, Ann Marie 90, 93, 104. 120, 142, 204 Macheta, Victoria 204 Mack, Robert 86, 204 Maher, Eugene 204 Majcen, Kenneth 127, 204 Malone, Beverly 205 Manney, Carol 205 Markouc, Janet 133, 205 Marolt, Patricia 88, 205 Mason, Robert 71, 86, 205 Massie, Carolyn 205 Matjeyka, Linda 103, 104, 105, 2 5 Mathson, Glendeen 124, 142, 205 Mattis, David 206 McBroom, Maureen 93, 113, 133, 206 McCormack, Ellen 124, 206 McCormick, Robert 206 McGovern, Joyce 206 McIntyre, Mary 90, 92, 93, 206 McKee, George 206 McKibben, Judith 90, 92, 93, 108, 116, 124, 206 McKnight, Harvey 207 McLaughlin, Allen 207 McLaughlin, Lawrence 108, 110, 120, 129, 207 McLeod, Ronald 71, 207 McPeek, Karen 108, 128, 129, 130, 207 McPherson, Muriel 90, 93, 124: 207 McWaters, Maurice 207 Mehls, David 207 Messner, Brenda 208 Mijacek, Betty 208 Milan, Ross 208 Milenoch, Virginia 93, 127, 208 Miles, Portia 93, 104, 108, 110, 113, 124,127, 208 M3623 Carol 92, 93, 108, 128, Miller, William 71, 82, 86, 208 Milligan, Carolyn 208 Milner, Patricia 208 Misich, Connie 93, 110, 129,209 Mitchell, Walter 102, 103, 105, 209, Mlakar, Barbara 209 Moles, Helen 91, 93, 102, 105, 116, 120, 124, 131, 142, 209 Monroe, Bobbi 108, 112, 113, 120, 134, 209 Montgomery, Shirley 93, 127, 133, 209 Moore, Thomas 209 Morgan, Helen 93, 133, 210 Mulhall, Judith 52, 124, 210 Murphy, William 71, 82, 86, 210 Nash, Marilyn 210 Nelson, Walter 83, 118, 120, 126, 210 Nemeth, Donald 210 Neumann, Glenn 210 Newman, James 131, 210 Norsic, Janet 108, 211 Nossek, Joseph 77, 211 Nowacek, John 71, 86, 108, 110, 211 Oneacre, Judith 93, 211 Ostkar, Barbara 52, 58, 108, 120, 211 Ozmun, Raymond 83. 86, 211 Pagels, Robert 211 Paik, Robert 103, 211 Palcic, Eleanor 121, 212 Palinkas, James 212 Palmer, Carl 71, 77, 86, 116, 128, 212 Paolucci, Patricia 212 Papes, James 103, 123, 212 Parker, James 71, 212 Parmertor, Gloria 212 Parziale, Joseph 212 Pasquale, James 213 Patrick, Mary Jane 103, 213 Patrycy, Barbara 93, 108, 213 Paul, Sharon 213 Payerchin, Toni 213 Paz, Robert 68, 70, 71, 82, 86, 213 Perme, Patricia 90, 92, 93, 117, 123, 124, 213 Pesec, Mary 90, 92, 93, 102, 103, 105, 123, 124,213 Petrick, Robert 214 Picciotti, David 82, 214 Pierret, Robert 214 Pintar, Donna 134, 214 Piper, Roberta 214 Pokorny, Nancy 93. 102, 105, 116,117,123, 124, 127, 214 Polis, Frances 214 Potter, Dennis 86, 214 Powell, Beverly 215 Poznik, Bonnie 129, 133, 215 Prebevsek, Helen 93, 133, 215 Primo, Anne 103, 124, 215 Pringle, Gary 71, 82, 86, 215 Prioreschi, Loretta 215 Raffety, Richard 215 Rafter, Patricia 215 Rammel, Donna 123, 124, 216 Rancont, Ann 107, 216 Rancourt, Jackie 133, 216 Reed, Thomas 82, 216 Reeves, Richard 83, 86, 135, 216 Relyea, Lynda 52, 59, 216 Rich, Barbara 216 Richards, Barry 83, 130, 131, 216 Ricksecker, Ralph 217 Riebe, Willard 111, 217 Rinehart, Donald 102, 217 Rinehart, Ronald 102, 217 Rinehart, Stanley 217 Roberts, David 103, 120, 129, 217 Rogers, James 217 Rogosch, John 86, 116, 122, 130, 134, 217 Rohricht, Neil 82, 86, 218 280 Rombouts, John 128, 218 Ross, Geraldine 218 Ross, Kenneth 82, 130, 218 Rost, Edward 218 Rostankowski, Agnes 218 Rupert, Joy 218 Ryba, Ruth Ann 91,131, 218 Ryder, Judy 219 Ryder, Nina 91,131, 219 Sajovec, Rosemary 219 Sak, Stanley 83,86,130,131, 219 Sandy, Lawrence 219 Sauvageot, Lawrence 102, 219 Schaefer, Patricia 219 Schael, Mary 133, 219 Scheerer, Janet 220 Schiemann, Harriet 107, 220 Schmidt, Charles 220 Schmidt, Richard 86, 126, 220 Schmidt, Sandi 220 Schneider, Doris 220 Schneider, Ronald 71, 72, 86, 128, 220 Schudel, Jerry 135, 220 Schultz, Marilyn 110, 221 Scott, Alan 221 Sedusky, Mary Ann 133, 221 Semlow, Arthur 221 Serra, Anthony 221 Shack, facki 221 Shaheen, Loretta 221 Shaw, Robert 221 Shirk, Malinda 113, 116, 124, 129, 130, 132, 222 Shohk, Dianna 222 Shunkwiler, Patti 222 Siat, Geraldine 90, 110, 124, 222 Simcic, Madelyn 222 Sims, Judie 52, 108, 122, 124, 133, 222 Siston, Albert 222 Sivia, Theresa 222 Skodlar, Elaine 103, 223 Skok, Janice 52, 107, 223 Smiciklas, Helen 223 Smigelski, Mary Ann 223 Smith, Audrey 93, 223 Smith, Jeanine 103, 105, 121,223 Smith, Jon 223 Smith, Lawrence 223 Smith, Martha 110, 224 Sopata, Ronald 224 Spaur, John 224 Speel, Rodney 224 Stamberger, Dennis 82, 86, 224 Stamm, Renata 93, 108, 110, 113, 124, 132, 133, 224 Stasienko, Mary Ann 110, 224 Stevens, Leslie 108, 126, 224 Stillinger, Delene 134, 225 Stojetz, Robert 71, 72, 86, 118, 225 Straub, Kathleen 133, 225 Strnad, Janet 225 Strunk, Patricia 133, 225 Sumner, Bonnie 133, 127, 225 Swartzwelder, Barbara 123, 225 Syracuse, Anthony 225 Tarantino, Ada Marie 110, 121, 124, 226 Tarantino, Mary Ann 226 Taylor, Robert 226 Tekavec, Matthew 226 Telling, Claudia 93, 133, 226 Terrell, Mary Ellen 90, 92, 93, 117, 123, 124, 226 Theodosion, Emanual 135, 226 Thomas, Carol 93, 133, 226 Thomas, Wayne 227 Thomasy, Carlton 227 Thompson, David 227 Vonhof, Elaine 90, 92, 93, 133, Thompson, Mary Ellen 93, 133, 227 Thronberans, Diane 93, 121, 124, 142, 227 Tiedman, Allen 72, 227 Tilly, Roger 227 Tolar, Barbara 93, 104, 108, 121, 124, 129, 130, 227 Tolar, Mary Lou 228 Toll, Marilyn 228 Toth, Kathy 228 Tropiano, Kay 93, 133, 228 Trudeau, Nancy 228 Tucceri, Marie 93, 133, 228 Tucker, Dale 228 Turk, Carol 121, 142,228 Turk, Joyce 93, 123, 124, 133, 229 , Turk, Marlene 90, 93, 111, 123, 124, 229 Turk, Susan 110, 229 Turner, Carol 90, 92, 93, 108, 123, 124, 229 Tweed, William 229 Twitchell, Roberta 111, 229 Tyjewski, Lawrence 86, 229 Vadakin, Darling 229 Valduga, Faith 230 Vatty, James 230 Vidmar, Ernest 83, 86, 131, 230 Vidmar, Nicholas 230 Vidulich, Raymond 86, 102, 230 Vigh, James 72, 230 230 Walk, Steve 230 Walker, Vivianne 124, 231 Wallace, Carole 90, 93, 127, 231 Wallace, William 231 Wanderslaben, Robert 71, 72, 86, 231 Warholic, Leo 231 Waschura, Judith 133, 231 Weber, Jacqueline 231 Weinstein, Adrienne 133, 231 Welcheck, Carol 232 Westbrook, Doris 232 Whalen, Kenneth 232 Wheeler, Judith 127, 133, 232 Wickizer, Floyd 232 Wilberschied, Nick 103, 127, 232 Williams, Danial 83, 86, 118, 232 Wise, Marlene 232 Wisser, Arlene 233 Witzke, Darlene 233 Wolff, Irene 107, 108, 118, 120, 124, 128, 233 Wood, Nancy 233 Woomer, David 233 Yanchar, James 77, 81, 233 Yane, Ruth 93, 110, 233 Yates, Margaret 91, 93, 131, 234 York, Gerald 234 Youngberg, Arne 77, 86, 117, 118, 122, 128, 234 Zackel, Dorores, 130, 134, 234 Zak, Dennis 234 Zayatz, Andrea 121, 234 Zibert, Lucille 234 Zicari, Elisa 234 Ziegler, Irene 235 Zimmerman, Allen 86 Zingale, Jerry 235 Zinner, Karen 235 Znidarsic, Joanne 124, 235 Zupancic, Stanley 235 Zupanic, Linda 133, 235 JUNIOR INDEX Albertone, Betty 165 Albertone, Grace 165 Allberry, Cedric 159 Alex, Betty 159 Altenweg, Lois 94, 162 Alues, Bonnie 159 Ambrose, Judith 160 Anderson, Lynn 159 Anderson, Susan 94, 159 Antonacci, Diane 16'6 Antonick, Judith 159 Apolski, Ronald 159 Armstrong, Nancy 159 Atran, Debra 159 August, Judy 159 Austin, John 159 Axford, Judy 166 Ayala, Gerald 159 Baker, Roberta 125, 167 Balbuze, Robert 71, 86, 159 Balogh, Anthony 159 Baltrus, Connie 160 Baltrus, Joanne 159 Bambic, Richard 86, 159 Bank, Larry 159 Barcalow, Martha 94, 125, 122, 133, 159 Barker, Robert 161 Barnes, David 159 Barnes, Jean 94, 159 Bartholomew, Lina 94, 125, 127, 160 Batt, Robert 68, 86, 159 Bauer, Tim 103, 104, 105, 123, 159 Baxter, Gary 134, 159 Baxter, James 160 Beale, George 159 Bechemer, Herb Becker, John 103, 105, 118, 159 Belavich, James 160 Bell, John 71, 86, 159 Bell, Max 108, 113, 126, 132, 159 Bennett, Rhoda 163 Beran, Nancy 94, 108, 118, 120, 105, 125, 159 Berger, Norman 104, 160 Bernard, Morton 77, 160 Bernstein, Morton 160 Bernstein, Ray 160 Bertosa, Thomas 160 Berus, Kenneth 160 Besednik, Leonard 135, 160 Betts, Judy 125, 150, 160 Beutel, Karen 90, 94, 103, 104, 124, 125, 159 Binder, James 160 Bisbee, David 125, 160 Bohn, Gary 160 Bonnay, James 162 Borgsteadt, James 102, 104, 160 Bosich, Robert 102, 103, 159 Bowden, Beverly 160 Bowers, James 160 Boyle, Mary 94, 127, 135, 160 Brady, Patricia 160 Brazalovics, James 160 Britvic, Patricia 160 Brooks, Charles 160 Bruch, Barbara 161 Brundic, Judith 94, 125, 142, 160 Bubonics, James 110, 135, 160 Bucholz, Janet 160 Buchta, David Budas, JoAnn 127, 134, 160 Budas, Ronald 160 Burford, Fred 168 Burger, Tim 71, 86, 108, 159, 160 Burhenne, Judith 160 Burlingham, Walter 108, 110, 160 Burroughs, Nancy 125, 127, 160 Byrn, Richard 281 Cabala, Monica 160 Cameron, Susan 94, 125, 127, 135,160 Campolieti, John 165 Carleton, Diane 160 Carlson, Ruth 94, 110, 160 Carpenter, Charlene 111, 160 Carpenter, David 108, 135, 160 Carpenter, Ronald 168 Carr, Carol 160 Carroccio, Nick Carroll, Susan 94, 122, 160 Carter, Dale Castrovinci, Lois 160 Cavell, Doris 162 Cermalj, Joanne 161 Champion, Gail 134 Charske, Neal 86, 160 Chiarelli, Joseph 160 Chilcote, Robert 83, 131, 160 Chinchar, David 160 Chinchar, Donald 134, 160 Chinchar, John 86, 110, 160 Chinnici, Chalene Cipollo, Judi 94, 121, 131, I60 Clark, David 165 Clark, Gilbert 160 Clark, Kenneth 160 Clark Susan 160 Clark Barbara 160 Clemence, Patti 160 Clemens, Charles Coddington, Patti 94, 160 Cohen, Margo 160 Coleman, Judie 94, 125, 161 Colonna, Carolyn 110, 125, 160 Colt, Barbara 160 Conner, Carol 161 Considine, Martin 165 Constantine, Thomas 71, 86, 108 Contenza, Matilda 161 Cook, Lawrence 161 Corrao, Daniel 161 Coy, Richard 161 Crane, LeRoy 163 Crane, Robert 161 Crawford, Thomas 83. 161 Crobaugh, Kay 94, 131 Crone, Anna 94, 103, 130. 161 Crum, Carol 94, 113, 125, 130, 131, 132,134,161 Custard, Will 85, 108, 110, 161 Cvitkovic, Judy 161 Dailey, William 161 Dalton, Marilyn 94, 161 Danna, Judity 161 David, Gail 94, 110, 125, 134, 1-61 Davis, Kirk 134, 161 Dawson, John 161 Day, Howard 166 Dean, Diana 164 Deister, Roger 68, 161 Delarre, -Mary Loy 161 Delagado, Cynthia 161 Delly, Robert 102, 105. 161 Demmerle, Lynna 127, 159 DeSantis, Mary Ann 161 DiCuccio, Gerald 71, 86, 102, 161 Dietrich, Janice DiSantis, Ermina 161 DiSantis, Robert Dolch, David 108, 161 Doljack, Joseph 161 Dombrowski, Delores 161 Domin, Linda 94, 125. 161 Donahue, Dennis 71, 86, 161 Donham, Thomas Dorn, Judi 94,' 161 Douglass, Dale 103, 105, 161 Doyle, Raymond 161 Dragas, Peter 127, 168 Dragolic, Daniel 161 Drenser, Russell Dritz, Stuart 165 Dushak, Robert 165 Dvorak, Dane 165 Eckerman, Russell Eckert, Alma 118, 161 Eisen, Gogi 94, 161 Eisman, Jerry 82, 86, 159 Eldred, Donna 161 Eppich, Herman 162 Erickson, Anne 161 Erickson, Susan 161 Erzen, Arlene 161 Esposito, Pauline 110, 161 Evans, Barbara 122, 125, 161 Fellows, John 135, 165 Fende, Frank Ferko, Edward 82, 165 Ferrard, Marie 161 Fifolt, William 165 Fifolt, Dorothy Fike, Dennis 82, 165 Fine, Harvey 168 Fischer, Joyce 107, 165 Fisher, Joseph 165 Fisher, Judy 94 Folk, Richard 102, 165 Forker, Sharon 94, 103, 113, 125, 130, 132, 133, 165 Foster, Lee 160 Fouser, Carol 165 Foy, Nancy 125, 165 Francel, Diane Franklin, Betty Freed, Ann 94, 135, 160 French, Thomas 71, 86, 165 Fridley, Martha 94, 108. 133, 165 Friedman, James Fuchs, Caroline 165 Fulton, Rita 94, 108, 112, 113 127, 129, 130, 132, 168 Gadberry, Charles 162 Gajdzinski, Joanne 159 Galloway, David 86, 131, 165 Geddes, George 165 Germano, Marge 165 Gerzeny, Judy 94, 165 Gesdorf, Donald Gezann, Rita'102, 165 Gibb, Kenneth 103 Gibbs, Susan 127 Giesen, Warren 166 Gildone, Anthony 165 Gilliotti, Anthony Gnidovec, Gerri Goble, Robert 83, 86, 131, 165 Goellner, Judy 166 Goldlust, Jerry 112, 129, 134, 166 Gordon, Judy Gorse, William, 86, 108, 159, 166 Goss, Richard 166 Goulis, Toula 161 Grant, James 166 Grant, Karen 165 Granville, Wes 103, 105. 166 Gray, Dan 167 Grdanc, Marge Greenway, Florentine 94, 108, 124, 125, 165 Grimm, Marilyn 94, 125, 130. 165 Grizard, Walter 102, 166 Grisez, William 167 Gronert, Lori 103, 165 Grugel, Richard 166 Grum, Richard 166 Gunton, Allen 166 Guth, Carol 94 Haase, Eleanore Haffey, Barbara 52, 58, 94, 107, 125, 165 Hallack, Richard 166 Hamilton, Barbara Hammel, Lee 77, 102, 104, 166 Hamner, William 166 Harris, Charlotte 94, 125, 165 Hart, Clarence 166 Hattendorf, Gail 94, 165 Hawke, William 168 Hayes, Gerald 166 Hayes, Richard 166 Heasley, John 71, 86, 166 Heintz, Carol 94, 159 Herbert, Roland 166 Highland, Robert 166 Hill, Harold 165 Hill, Jerry Hirko, Mary Lee 166 Hitty, Dorothy 166 Hlad, Nancy 166 Hocevar, Charles 86, 102, 104, 166 Hodgson, Beverly 166 Hodnik, Matthew 82, 86, 166 Hoernig, Robert Holzmer, Joni 125, 131, 166 Horrocks, Kathleen 94, 123, 125, 142, 166 Horter, Byron 166 Howard, Martin 82, 103, 105, 166 Howard, Phillip 103, 166 Hrovat, James 161 1-Iuncharek, John 127, 166 Hunter, Richard 71, 82, 86, 110, 166 Huusare, Alice 166 Iafelice, Ernest 166 Iafelice, Mona 166 Ingram, Dolores 94, 110, 166 Jack, Marilyn 166 Jacobellis, Stephen Jaffrey, Lynn 94, 125, 166 Jambor, Richard 166 James, Russell 102, 166 John, Patrick 166 Johnson, Harold 166 Johnson, Marland 166 Judice, Linda 90, 92, 94, 123, 125, 127, 166 Kapferer, Rachel 166 Karlin, Linda 166 Kastellic, JoAnn 94, 166 Kasunic, Ronald 77, 166 Katzmann, Charlotte 165 Kelles, Nancy 165 Kelleher, Roger 167 Kellogg, Dale 82, 167 Kelso, Robert 86, 167 Kenyon, Jayne 162 Kerzic, Richard 135, 167 Kidd, Charles 164 Kiman, Laurel 166 Kirk, Chris 102, 167 Kish, Mary Lou 167 Klann, Barbara 166 Kleinhinz, Marilyn 166 Klosky, Judith 94, 125, 159, 166 Kloss, Lynnda 94, 166 Klug, Vernon 167 Knack, Richard 160 Knoch, Elaine 94, 166 Kocjan. James 83, 167 Kocjan, Michael 131, 167 Koeth, JoAnn 88, 166 Kokosky, Richard 167 Korosec, Jerome 167 Kosman, Robert 126, 167 Kovach, June 94, 166 282 Kovach, Shirley 94, 166 Kowatz, Frances 166 Kozak, James 167 Kozely, Arlene 167 Krasney, Linda 111, 142, 167 Krevic, Diane 167 Krizman, Thomas 167 Krueger, Constance 102, 125 167 Krupitzer, Gail 167 Kubala, Carolyn 125, 167 Kuthe, Allen 162 Kuret, Anthony 167 Kusak, Nancy 167 Lacny, Mary Ann 167 Lanese, Annette 122, 142, 167 Langa, Carol 94, 167 Lanser, Daniel 108, 167 Larkin, Kenneth 167 Lausin, Janice 94, 167 Lawson, Charles 83, 167 Lee, Maxine 94, 167 Lege, Barbara 94, 167 Leland, Barbara 167 Lentz, Sandy 167 Levy, Annemarie 167 Lewin, William 77, 86, 126, 167 Likovic, Diane 167 Lilley, Jean 103, 125, 167 Lindberg, Charles 167 Lindblad, Joyce 94, 103, 104 105, 167 Link, Nancy 94, 118, 133, 167 Linsz, Karen 167 Liss, Gerald 167 Logan, Grace Long, Mary Ann 167 Lucarelli, Ronald 167 Luckey, Norman 160 Luetkemeyer, James 167 Lyon, Terry 167 MacDougall, Carolyn 111, 113 121, 125, 167 MacQuarrie, Nancy 94, 168 Maeder, Nancy 94, 168 Magaril, Shirley 94, 167 Marett, Joseph Margo, Donald 168 Marincin, Bernard 168 Marovich, Mary Ann 168 Marsh, Andrew 168 Martic, Judith 168 Massie, Ronald 168 Mausser, Gerald 168 McCormack, Linda 94, 110, 124 125, 167 McCreight, George 167 McCullock, Monnie 167 McDi1'1itt, Clarice 167 McDowell, Anthony McDowell, Charles McElwain, Kenneth 135, 167 McGlinchey, Barbara 167 McGowan, James 167 McGregor, Lee 167 McKnight, Diane 167 McKnight, Nancy 125, 159 McMillin, Dale 131, 167 McNamara, Edward 167 McNeilly, Diane 167 Meden, Louis 168 Medves, Janes 168 Melich, Donna 94, 124, 164 Mercurio, JoAnn 168 Mersek, Richard 168 Mervar, Michael 167 Metzger, Thomas 168 Mika, Diane 107, 131, 168 Miklos, Betty 168 Millar, Wendy 90, 94, 168 Miller, 135, 168 Miller, Karen 168 s s Miller, Sandy 159, 168 Miller, Walter 168 Milone, Norma 168 Mincek, Stanley 77, 160 Mocny, Leonard 163 Moeller, Richard 110, 168 Mohler, Jackson 168 Molle, John 168 Montana, Beth Mooney, Albert 82, 168 Moore, Mary Ann 167 Morgan, Dennis 102, 108, 110, 168 Morgansternj Stanley 103, 168 Morris, Charles 168 Mowery, Sheila 168 Moyer, James 168 Mramer, William 168 Muehl, Karen 168 Mueller, Jill 167 Mueller, Nancy 163 Mulford, Barbara 94, 124, 125, 168 Mulhall, Marge 168 Mullally, Rita 168 Mullin, Mary Ann 125, 168 Murphy, Robert 113, 168 Murphy, Dorothy 168 Muscenti,,Patricia 52, 110, 168 Myers, Charles 168 Nagode, Mary Ann 125, 168 Nagy, Alder 159 Nebe, William 86, 135, 168 Nehez, Donald 168 Neustedt, Marilyn 142, 168 Neylon, Chris 126, 134, 168 Nickel, Richard 168 Nieman, Gary 168 Nixon, Linda 168 Nowacek, Mary 168 Oberstar, Jerry 168 O'Connor, Thomas 168 Offak, John 168 Olson, Robert 163 Olzynski, Benette 168 O'Mara, Brian 122, 168 Osberg, Karen 88, 168 Ott, Robert 168 Otto, Russell 168 Outten, Clifton 166 Overberger, Kim 168 Owens, Clifford 126, 135, 162 Paduano, Raymond 167 Palmer, Nancy 168 Palmer, William 71, 77, 86, 162 Paolella, Connie 168 Papp, Carol 168 Pappas, George 160 Parker, Gary Pasquale, Benjamin 135, 159, 162 Patterson, Robert 162 Paus, John Pavelka, Mary 168 Paulicek, Dale 131, 162 Peattie, Judie 108, 168 Peck, Judy 168 Peek, Deborah 94, 108, 135, 162 Pemberton, Virginia 94, 162 Perkins, Christine 94, 102, 105 135, 162 Perko, John 165 Perpar, John 162 Perry, Connie 162 Person, Marcia 90, 94, 122, 125, 162 Perz, John 162 Petac, Gerald 162 Peterson, Fred 86, 166 Peterson, Sarah 162 Peterson, William 77, 166 Petrick, Linda 94, 108, 122, 125, 127, 162 Pibernik, Barbara 162 Pierce, Sandra 90, 94, 162 Pillar, Michael 71, 86, 162 Piscopo, Patricia 94, 162 Pisek, Anthony Pitingolo, Joseph 162 Plaggemier, John 102, 123, 126, 127, 162 Plantan, Richard 162 Plesz, Carolyn 94, 162 Plodobnikar, Michael 71, 82, 162 Podwil, Gary 167 Poese, Fritz 134, 162 Pohto, John 77, 162 Pomplas, Ronald 168 Potocar, Daniel Potokar, Thomas 162 Powell, Sara Jane 52, 122, 131, 162 Pretnar, Kathleen 94, 110, 125, 162 Prezby, Jean 121, 125, 162 Prouclfoot, Pamela 108, 162 Pruitt, Patsy 162 Pugliese, Loretta 162 Raasch, Karen 94, 125, 162 Randazzo, Antoinette 162 Reder, Elaine 162 Redfern, Sharon 94, 162 Reed, David 162 Reed, John 103, 162 Rees, Charles 162 Reighard, Carol 162 Reihl, James Reiter, Judith 162 Reitenbach, Janis 162 Renard, Ronald 162 Renko, John 164 Rentz, James 162 Repasy, Lawrence 162 Richards, David 166 Rider, William 108, 162 Rite, Ernest 162 Roberts, Truman 166 Romisher, Pauline 94, 162 Ropos, Carol 110, 162 Roscoe, Nancy 159 Rose, 168 Rositano, Wayne 71, 86, 162 Rossoll, Susann 107, 162 Rossow, Dolores 92, 94, 125, 162 Rouse, Linda 162 Rusk, Lorene 164 Ruszkay, Pat Ryba, Jack 102, 108, 110, 162 Ryba, Marie 131, 162 Sabath, Steve 163 Sabota, Donna Sajevic, Jacquelyn 107, 125 Saks, Lois 94, 162 Salvatore, John 163 Sandiffer, Judith Santorelli, Diane 163 Sauvegeot, Leah 159 Sawyer, Thomas 163 Sceranka, Barbara 90, 108, 125, 163 Schael, Joan 163 Schmaeman, Gary 163 Schmeltzer, Jackie 103, 163 Schneider, Margaret Schoenbeck, Kenneth 163 Schonaur, Donald 83, 86, 103, 163 Schroeder, Carol 163 Schroll, Faith 94, 111, 125, 163 283 Schubert, Karen 163 Schubert, Raymond 163 Schultz, Harriet 163 Schulz, Linda 103, 163 Schweiser, Sally 159, 163 Seifert, Dexter 163 Semlow, Carolyn 163 Seres, Elaine Seri, Sally Shaheen, Diane 163 Shaughnessy, Judity lll, 163 Shea, Marilyn 111, 163 Shewell, Pat 134, 163 Shields, John Siciliano, Pat 163 Skeya, Carol 163 Skiljan, Richard 71, 86, 163 Skopitz, Ronald 163 Slaybaugh, Sandra 163 Smith, Allen 163 Smith, David 110, 126, 163 Smith, Douglas 123, 163 Smith, Kenneth H. 71, 77, 86, 163 Smith, Kenneth J, 163 Smith, Marie 94, 163 Smith, Mary 159, 163 Smythe, Sandra 163 Snider, Gary 71, 86, 165 Soblesky, Mary Jane 163 Soeder, Richard 163 Soeder, Ronald 163 Sokol, Andrea 94, 111, 163 Sopko, Frank Sosa, Carol 166 Southworth, Judith 131, 166 Southworth, Marguerite 131, 166 Sowul, Richard Spencer, Dale 163 Spies, Rosemary 94, 102, 103, 104, 163 Stanwyck, Judith Starec, Clara Steven, Andrew 163 Stevenson, Patricia 163 Stih, Patricia Stitina, William 163 Stokes, Stephen 163 Stone, Pat 163 Strah, Ronald Strauss, Ernest 103, 164 Stroecler, Mary 163 Suhar, Ronald 108, 110, 163 Sullivan, Joy 167 Surckla, Joan 125 Svekric, William 135, 163 Surga, Helen Sweeder, Cherry 94, 103 Swickla, Joan 163 Swisher, Robert 163 Szegedy, Elizabeth 127, 159 Szewozyk, Diana 94, 164 Tamino, Donald 165 Tapp, Joyce 94, 103, 113, 125, 130, 133, 164 Teeter, Pearl 164 Tekalec, Barbara Tekavec, Thomas 163 Telisman, Alice 164 Teras, Anthony 165 Testa, Allen 163 Thompson, Carol 164 Thompson, Marilyn 103, 105, 164 Thompson, Patricia 111, 164 Ticchione, Anthony 163 Tilk, William Tkatch, Carolyn 94, 108, 110, 164 Todd, Robert Tomc, Patricia 113, 125, 164 Torok, Margaret Tracey, Roger 164 Travis, Douglas Troha, Roseann 159 Turk, Allen Turk, Janet 90, 92, 94, 1 Turk, Mary Louise 161 Turk, Patricia 167 Turkall, Dennis 164 Tuthill, Roger 135, 164 Tutolo, Phillip 164 Tyler, Paul 109, 110 Uranker, Ruth Ann 167 Usalis, Jean 94, 121, 164 Vaigl, James 113, 129, 132, 164 Vale, Betty 164 Valenti, Rose 163 VanDiest, Thomas Varhola, Michael Verh, Daniel 135, 164 Verholtz, Richard 164 Vidra, Barbara 164 Waltermire, David 164 Walters, David 164 Walzer, Ronald 163 Wanderslaben, Kenneth 71 Ward, Judith 164 Waterwash, Samuel 126, 164 Watkins, William Watson, Ronald 71, 82, 86, 131, 159, 164 Watson, Wallese 164 Waugh, Jane 165 Weaver, Sharon 94, 103, 125, 164 Webb, Thomas Weeks, Michael 164 Weideman, Donald 164 Weiss, David 125, 164 Weiss, Diane 94, 164 Whelan, Dennis Whittine, Arthur 164 Wicks, Kenneth 71, 86, 126, 164 Wight, Robert 71, 86, 102, 118, 164 Wiles, Audrey 94, 164 Wilkes, Linda 125, 164 Will, Beverly 94 Willcocks, Joan 94, 164 Williams, Connie 94, 111, 164 Williams, Marcia 94, 125, 142 Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Dorothy Glenn Ralph 163 Richard 104, 164 Sally 23, 164 Wintour, June 94, 164 Wohlgemuth, Carole 142, 164 Wolons, Robert 164 Worley, Paul 102, 135, 164 Yaichner, Charles 113, 129, 132, 164 York, Rosanna 164 Young, James 113, 129, 135, 164 Yurosko, Richard 164 Zackel, Diana 164 Zagore, Jack Zaller, Linda 94, 164 Zaman, Janice 94, 164 Zevnik, Judi 90, 108, 122, 123, 164 Ziegler, John 164 Zietz, Robert 134, 164 Zorman, Henry 163 Zust, Fred SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM INDEX 102 109 111 112 114 120 127 128 Choral Room Choral Room Band Room Auditorium A Auditorium B Auditorium C Auditorium D Auditorium E Auditorium F 201 202-203 205 210 212B 212F 213 216 220 303 313 320 A B 143 143 144 144 145 145 146 146 147 147 148 14-S 149 149 150 150 151 151 152 152 153 153 154 154 155 155 156 156 157 157 Student Council Room 284 This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of lith ,- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. 3' No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone methc 1 THE 1958 E U CLIDIAZV SUPPLEMENT EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOCL 7II East 222 Street Euclid, Ohio 1,-1 'Ur' iw!!-it .Z 'Q-Q' el' " ln, ...- x ' f 1 f dv- 5- . . 1 , 3' 4 . . , - , , . f L f , f . 1' ... 1 . ,. 1 .I 5 -- , ,G W, QE s1'w1'::' - 2 - -,qv 4 f, -,Q --Q 5 Z: n ,'l .A x . . .1 ' .",. i ' W. ' .P-rv V-V1 r -.V..fL 'Magi' A. ..-. , I, , -"fl, if 1" 1 'fx't"' J- ' 57, , xp 'npr 'H Ft' . ,. .. 'Ag r x V - :Ll , 4 -s f Us r+,r F 'url' C1 5 1 1 'ln- ' 'lm sf uf ,,-Q t 1 1J'. v-' , V . I ,if fl-4 , zu, THE 195fSf ' , , f . K "'-. x X ""s fi U L Q ,,,... x X H.fff,H E ' 1 Xffif xml 'U 1 b L' ' N fx ,, f, I iffi-ASS! X3 df? I, N- A ff-fl If My Q! 4 rj . I Q iw' L ' A A UA NXN-M, ""C"".9':' fx' Q ' NIA N' v,'qv x ,. q ff, l , Ac-fx' 1 Eff' ,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,.,,,......, ,,,,f lxpq ' 10' ' 1 J 'Q Q' . A 'ff fr I ..a-n .ff fgacup JSiENfOIi jimi scHooL I "V ,f , wfagt 222 ftreet ' Euclid, Ohio Long live the Queen. With an "Around the World" theme, the 1958 Big Show provided two enjoy- able evenings for both the audience and the performers. Many months before the actual curtain time, more than 100 stu- dents. under the supervision and direc- tion of Mr. Taylor and Mr. Harper, had been learning how to apply make-up. handle back stage scenery and props, gain the attention of the community with pub- licity, and. most important. how to main- tain a friendly, co-operative air within the entire staff. A feeling of success and satisfaction was evident in every person who had worked in this production and had helped make the evening an enter- taining one. Hang on tight Bill! "1-7-T" "M .1- Hey you in the pit. X Q ik" 'ft - - i RL XS . La. Q.. . 9 -R 5 Vot you play piano mit, knees or hand'? n-i""" LEISURE TIME Early' in the spring. students of Euclid High were entertained with an unusual. fantastic show. This was none other then the annual presentation ol' Wai Napolo's Swim Show. entitled "Fantasy," Starting alter Christmas vacation. members rolled out ol' bed half an hour earlier to be in school at 7:30 enjoying a morning dip. These early' morning rehearsals continued along with night practices until l l 230 p.m.. with the constant aim ot' perfection in the minds ol' each swim club member. This y'ear's show presented the audience with many cleyer and dill'erent routines. cos- umes. and props. The numbers were mostly ol' a serious nature. but often due to a slight error. or loss of a suit strap. they' bore an air ot' disaster and humor. Perhaps the most enjoyable portion ot' the show was the concluding number of Ann .lohnson's interpretation of a Water Nymph. Her graceliullness and beauty was certainly' admired and envied by everyone. including the cast. But to the cast. the most memorable part ol' the show came when bliss Urchelt and Nlr. Donaldson were escorted into the pool for an eyening swim. Their elTorts did not go unnoticed though. as they both were rewarded with a wonderful show' and the club's apprecia- tion lior all their work and spirit. Y ou I'lto.,1I1 you forgot thc g ue? W ' 'On 3 .I X f 'X f 'X N ' QA. fig. xx, FRIENDSHIP FORMAL They danced under a Mediteranean moon. vWe:'?v"--v -....,,. 1. , ' "' 'T' T' X I. . . ,-., T- r-., , - H ,fu .... I I fi L ' I uv I N' ,A Q 1 'I -.. w-ev . ,F X FRIENDSHIP FORMAL JUNIOR PROM Time passes too quickly. Time out for refreshments. JUNIOR PRQM KN ww 1 Our pictur,s are guaranteed candid. N1 ' A x x--'JA ,F -Q A TL.- is!! .T-1-I 1...-1, nau- .954 ,.f ,..4L nf-.A 'IL ki v fu, U. .wx 1,1 nrr.-r.-5 an-:ua is .uviafufi ivT.is'e'mev:rvHlU!!!'ll!!l!E JUNIOR PROM i "Just like in the movies." SPRING SPORTS DANCE SPRING SPORTS1 COURT Dancing and fun ndded up to at line spring dance. Junior Prince, Bob Gobel, Attendant, Katy Crobuughg Second Senior Prince, Dick Bloom, Attendant, Anita Johnson: Queen, Pat Doyle, King, Ron Schneider: First Senior Attendant, Dotty Lindstrom, Prince, Bill Tweedg Sophomore Attendant, Dottie Baumert, Prince, G. Nowacek. princes. One ol' the lirst ol' the exents uns the lfriendship Formatl. held in the girls gym und hitting the tlienie ol Mttrtli Grits." With lcstive htilloons. eontetti. und pttper stretnncrs. cou- ples danced the exening :muy und xxished the night would nexer end. luter in the yegir couples tit the Spring Sports Dtniee. with itstlieineol"'Spring Swing." xxitnesscd the crowning ot' the King und Queen ol' Spring Sports. .ind the tin' nouneenient ol' the Qt'een's court und the lsinus Iltuliltglning the .luniors school ytxtr XN.ls their llroin entitled 'Wlooiiliglit Un the Nlediterr.ine.in. A . f ' f' M W 'x fre-N ' 'A N Ii x IR fy qv"1f'-m.,.,,. W, Y ' ' ,,z' DOROTHY LINDSTROM ANITA JOHNSON Senior Attendant Senior Attendant A ,.. 'A" S ' -'f, f in V --'- K V- ' A tttn J fx ,ft ' N tn.t KAY CROBAUGH DOROTHY BAUMERT J ' A umor ttendant Sophomore Attendant 6 - ' L L--f W-----H, V- 1-4 , , ,11- '- ak, -', ll I f"" ' 'u dd' I n, , 1 If i . xxx' AA fs ' 'S-L..f'A iam P111 Doyle wax honored au our Spring Sporlx Quccl 7 QM? . k , A Sf.. "Really big shoe." Dance, dance, only with me. r 1 . .l.cl1.1,4 .lx Hey Sandy, you're not watching the scarf. DRIFTI .Z X y I Xin! . ,Ji , TJ, v-A it Y Couples who seem happy to be able to relax for a few moments. To the girls May 17 meant new formals. anticipation, and excitment. To the boys it meant obtaining money. washing the car. and behaving like a gentleman for twenty four hours. Although the actual Prom did not begin until 9:00. Coketail Parties were well underway by 7:00. The night passed quickly in the attempt to get in the way of the movie camera, gather enough souvenirs. and drink one's share of the punch. Much to the surprise of everyone the night was hlled with glisten- ing stars. a heavenly evening for a Senior Prom. When one wasn't busy primp- ing, having their picture taken. or awing over someone else's dress, they danced to the music of Billy Lang's band. The dance. the couples. and the evening was filled with the magic that can only be found at a senior prom. ,- cd 1 f 7 ' .x I fi X . Q l :A , 'ff J Did you say good morning or good night? D I Nfl I G Poor feet-they danced the whole night through. At l:00 a motorcade of Euclid's most exclusive cars escorted by the Euclid Po- lice proceeded to the City Hall. Here in the quietness of the parking lot, Mayor Sims presented Bob Stojetz with the key to the city. When the movies of Eu- clid's amateur actors were completed, the motorcade went back to Tapco for more dancing, eating, and entertainment. Although our all night prom took away many hours of sleep, Monday morning found the entire Class of '58 present for school. op l .V i . 1 ,., Q N ,, fi ot .ga L. 'X V The couples danced as Judy Jones entertained them with her loxcly xoice The sunrise provided a final touch to end this "Drcam-come-true" for our seniors, 3' I Y .1 1 Jn' tv V' 5. :Q if f 5 vyv ALL-SCHOOL PARTY Dancing to the Disc-Chords at the All School Party. Weeks of preparation by Chairman Irene Wolff and her committees certainly proved worthwhile at our annual All- School Party. Movies. cards, games, bas- ketball, shuiile board, and dancing were just a few of the many activities offered this year. This year Dave Roberts and the Disc-Chords supplied the music to set the mood for a wonderful evening. After all the activity hunger pains were eased at the bake sale in the athletic corridor. The evening provided fun and more memories of Euclid High. FAT PANTHERS One of the Fat Panthers drixing in fora layup. A.q it aff I0 ALL-SCHOOL PARTY Backing our school. FAT PANTHER CHEERLEADERS As cheerleaders the faculty changed their tone. Turning the tables. Euclid High Faculty members presented their annual Fat Pan- ther game. Many laughs were had by both faculty and students as our Fat Panthers defeated their opponents in a suspenseful game. The varied prints and designs to be found on our Fat Panther uniforms cer- tainly did not out do Mrs. McMahon's "cool hat." This surely was a nne example that although our faculty rates high aca- demically they are also grand sports. TENNIS TEAM Raw 1: D. Barnes, J. Eisman, R, Krulcgc. Run' 2: D. Dolch, J. Pluggmicr, R. Rogosch, J. Forstner. Nur Pirrurwl: Captain Arne Youngbcrg. GOLF TEAM Rawl: S. Jones, R. Boggs. R. Recd, J. Salxalorc. Run' 2: R. Mungus. D. Davis, A. Kuthe. J. Austin, A. Rajokovich, Coach Pringle, ,-- an fy Q . . X mmf' 5, .WJ gf 2: 1Ar I ne? V T Q 4 , 4- 'N- 5 fx! S k. x . . , X myg-.rv .- . ' 1, vi, , X ,, , . A I --, N,-4 . .Ffa Q I A LXYu..1w.h ' ,. ' ' 'if " . K ' " pw-iv" 71 'Wu v Ai . A " '41, '?""R'-'H--'R - 1-4' . '-" 'U .L ..w'.' , -.'. 'K 'IN - -. , .a.4,,.L 1. - 7 V A J-1-wvm -A '55--'rj J sub?" -., 14. -- A ' Q- ' l I .A iz 3 'fe T 9 Us .V Z C il V 3, H . "QQ, ? ,, V ' .., 'ihwsv X A 1541- 5 X. 3-A ..,.... 1 l K - I Q-A Ron Schneider Bob Balbuze Duane Bates Herb Beckemer ANTI-IERS HAVE WINNING SEASQN Row I: L. Reed, C. LoPresti, R. Goble, D. Bates, R. Blackburn, W. Raffety, W. Tilk, J. Rogosch, T. Heinz, R. Schmidt. M. Hotnick. Row 2: S. Brown, D. Calrson, B. Knox. B. Gorse, B. Kelso, D. Macmillan, S. Jones, G. Tar- entino, H. Manheim. Row 3: R. Patrick, J. Herps, J. Perz. C. Struna, K, Kalenowski, J. Heasley, T. Bizzarri, K. Kessler, W. Lewin. Row 4: D. Stamberger, W. Graafmeyer, R. Schneider, N. Charske, C. Hocevar, W. Neeby, R. Watson. D. Peterson, R. Bell, R. Speel. Row 5: D. Mathis, J. Parker. D. Donahue, B. Balbuze. G. Rafferty. D. Hunter, T. Lucci. D. Kellog. Raw 6: D. Doley. T. Dolan. 1 J VK: Qfkjlf' K . 5 fi Q slfx g? ' ? ri, 7 x K 1 E X f J t K 'L li 'Y L Q-:J - l -5 "fff'f A li f .K .x Y lf A. 'ami . dia' '- Q E 2 ' ' , b as j . . -A b -en . 1 - .Q-.v -9 6, A sw v-Qi ' - ' - , '-"""',- "-:XF fy fi ir" -Q - ' .Q -, 1... if 8 , ,M :mgzr,E?:- C X I .. .t,ix?t:.,,h X fix ,ing . 4, X ' ' "ff-w.f"' H. f' '-i3 " . l'1" -'f?F5SVN 'X IQGWHQE'-,a" ' 3.4:-,Z lf: . ' . at . . 1. - .1053 " rv, TS-' Skulls. -but .,a ',-,.yg,'fi,,: . -, . .-E... - . .K . N- 445 . S, , ,W 5 R. ' x vi -r - iv I lx- ,..Q:F' 1 we-,R:'.:g 4- ,Em - . -xl A A N U I 1r'gL'1sEQf" - - ,Li in ." . ' 'P f"LSS57' "PW ' A". 4. .. ' ' N- A i , '- 12 ,. .,S D -, l rf fr. i. f Iv- .ag -x-- - X. ox, V ' L 1' Stuart Brown Dave Doley L 43,-.f':-, 1 5 1 s 4 ff- iii? TOU1 Heifll Ken Kessler 'd , emails . 53 'as ' nfs Q suFJ W- ? - , f sa? Q, -. A L "' 'l. .1 CSCLI, Dave Mathis John Rogosch 1958 TRACK RECORD Euclid 7413 John Adams 4333 Euclid 75 Latin 43 Euclid 77' 3 Cleveland Heights 4013 Euclid 95 Parma 23 Q' Euclid 9913 Shaw 1813 ' 41 Euclid 70 Shaker 48 kg' WON 6 LOST 0 Fourth Wooster Relays Sixth West Tech Relays I First Euclid Relays f Q Lake Erie League Champs Fourth in District Iii Dennis Stambcrgcr 'Nl 1 N fvs' qx. t .,, Q' PL, Bill Graafmeyer 90 ' -5? . l j 'ii ' , gli l Dick Leland F' .'.ef'1: N g -,F - M sk A , 1 Richard Schmidt ! Q x mir. K Carl Thomasx lf Y v nz Y iii' Dick Bloom E . x 'A ' N- X X ,f Q if . gill' rid X 'fl V E rm. . 4 1 Bob Hines E 4 P K X V, guiffirl X Y l""'i Joel Nossek E f Xe X. lIr"'k f N , 1 X E E 1 4, , M 1 , v Edleiiiig Q Fred Breen E 4238: W , i K X Ac X. Lou Konyha E Q X X Nix gui effiq' " f Carl Palmer ing -" - lean. 6 fa E E lilu .- -.,. g Qilif' 1 i f X f' ggffifl I l Dick Buzanski V. xv XX X f xx K gwlefifi lg -I I A , L 1 Bill Lange E fgfiii- ' . 6 ,f Xe Ellblid V fs .- 41 F x i MA 1 . Fred Peterson ' 0' sxff l x rx , X, X Euclid 1 F ,ff Don Clink . 6 i x NX glhofid, . ii ,Vi Ron Lokar XX glffffiq' Bob Wanderslaben 1958 VARSITY RECORD Euclid 6 Euclid 6 Euclid 3 Euclid 23 Euclid 4 Euclid 4 Euclid 6 Euclid 6 Euclid 7 Euclid 9 Euclid IO Euclid l Euclid 5 Euclid 6 Euclid l0 Falling down on the job. Saint Ignatius Brush Harvey Willoughby Willoughby Parma Shaker Maple Heights Maple Heights l 4 l 4 6 l 2 2 0 Cleveland Heights O Lakewood 2 Shaw 2 University School 3 Harvey 2 St. John Cantius 0 ,an -lil, , Wild Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid WON Sectional Champs Lake Erie League Champs District and Regional Champs wr- iz lvl . l South 2 I5 South I 8 Shaker 2 I6 Wadsworth l 9 Garfield 3 5 Orrville 0 17 Lakewood 0 I0 Cleveland Heights 3 3 Cincy. Elder 4 7 Shaw l 22 LOST 4 , ' f ' Q -.Lf e, -es State Finalists :kit A ,-.4 1--...JJ - klE.sii-'7-2371 1 1958 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Row I: R. Batt, R. Lokar, D. Bloom. W. Rositano, B. Rider, J. Salvatore. K Wicks, D. Clink, C. Palmer. Row 2: B. Lange, H. Johnson, F. Peterson, B. Hines T. French, J. DiCuccio, J. Nossek, F. Breen. Row 3: Coach N. Nelson, R. Buz anski, G. Snider, D. Dvorak, T. Baurer. I. Konhya, B. Palmer, B. Wandcrslabcn, Coach Haimes. Q, F. -3 is-- A , 7'-?ff3f"ef?e jiifs We' W N' ff svlfw J 'fi ' QW "' iw' rum 1 1 1 id Q: - '- ' 5' 1 f X it 1-2 1-H ,A Zadie, ,Q ie so fi, i 3 gr- Earp' A !'iff1?.?! XJ! if' f'x k'!'f,Ni I 'iii ' U, 1 . V 611.-'Inf fu Q, 3 N' f' l ' f f.Ll' . I T2-. e. N -2 .LJ N- Q l ll 'IJ , is ff I r I I- i I W: ,X if 'F' 1? ' .. ,,.,, . V I. Surf' -f 'rd' f div, ,ur 40 .f" . 4 . ' ...Bw ii- ' I5 ' 4 'Maw, it's an infernal revenooerf' Displaying more of the talent encour- aged by Euclid High School's drama de- partment, the l95S Spring Play was "Papa Is All." Coached by Mr. Jenkins, the cast- did a hne job of scenery, make-up, in- terpretation, and, most diihcult of all, taking orders. Nerves are tight and tension is at a peak before and during the produc- tion. These students are gaining valuable experience whether they intend to follow an acting career or become a college grad- uate. for in all phases of life they will have to know how to get along with others, and no more trying situation can be found than back-stage five minutes before the curtain rises. SPRING PLAY CAST -.Q--,. .1 Row 1: N. Wicai, R. Reeves, R. Humphrey, F. Fantini. Raw 2: N. Carney, D. Allsopp. f 1 V W .----vin -- -V -f Y- vv---ew-635 -1 r"""l' "Pal Please! I won't do it again." Fred Fantini displays the father's temper in "Papa is All." fe SN its - - A ,. fs w -5.4 .1 - f. -K fm U jmgrj-4 . -1 N5- - zr- as ' tink 'T f3,gfPrfsf 'sw' -1 f f :ss .Titre QQ. ' 4 .. .-1 ' - . ..:.., ,Q l? E fQ li ev 0 G? MUSICAL CAST M. Bell, D. Atran, L. Sak, M. Baurer, A. Johnson, L. Warholic. C. Crum, J. Cvoldlust, K. McPeek, J. Glinsek, C. Capanigro, J. Lucas. s 2-fl: 312' 1 'rm' ' Tie OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS CAST C. Crum, J. Goldlust. K. McPeek, J. Glinsek. C. Capanigro. J. Lucas. CULTURAL LIFE This year's Playnight was certainly the biggest and best Euclid has ever had. Student Director, Nance Carney. tried to meet every taste by presenting comedy. music, dancing and drama. The musical, arranged by Mr. Jenkins. provided a beautiful dance routine by Ann Johnson. Also a part of this musical were a song or two with rather humorous settings. "The Old Lady Shows l-ler Medals" hlled the comedy requirement. A light and enjoyable plot was enfolded leaving the audience with not only a laugh but per- haps a tear. The highlight of the evening was the original paly entitled, "How Black is Gray." written by Director J. Jenkins. This play was a dramatic fantasy dealing with the evils of society. The entire evening went quite smoothly as far as the audience was concerned. but behind the curtain busy people were everywhere. 'These are all things which make up a play and must be overcome to have a good show. The w onderful performance on Playnight certainly proy ed Euclid has mastered every phase ofdrama HOW BLACK IS GRAY CAST Row I: R. Humphrey, S. Blau. J. Ware, C. Crennell, N. Carney. Row 2: M. Shirk, D. Clink, C. Kelly, D. Tucker, C. Allberry, E. Rost, Director, J. Jenkins. F. Frantini, K. McPeek. B. Poynik. '.. fQ vs 'VV 17 1 SENIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row 1: B. Tolar, C. Turner, M. E. Thompson, B. Carlson, N. Costello. Row 2: K. Kish, M. J. Patrick, A. Hain, K. Toth, C. Daugherty, R. Stamm. Row 3: J. Derbaum, M, Turk, B. Hunt, D. Lee, J. Fatur, D. Thronberens, D. Pintar. Row 4: K. Fletcher, M. Pesec, D. Zackel, N. Holmes, V. Macheta, C. Grumberg, M. E. Terrell, G. Siat, N. Beeke. Row 5: A. M. Macarol, M. Keyes, B. Graafmeyer, C. Clink, D. Roberts, B. Pierrct, M. Bauer, J. Smith. JUNIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row I: R. Fulton, C. Harris, K. Raasch G. Champion, J. Turk. Row 2: M. Barcalow, J. Zevnik, K. Beutell, C. Sweeder, B. Mulford, N. Link. Row 3: F. Greenway, C. Crum, B. Sceranka, W. Millar, D. Weiss, G. David, A. Eckart, N. Beran. Row 4: R. Hurlburt, B. Wight, K. Wicks, C. Neylon, B. Goble, R. Wilson, J. Becker, A. Crone, J. Pohto. e- CJ 2 . y L. .g P 1. PANTHERS OF THE WEEK JOANNE BUCHAR NANCY CARNEY DONALD CLINK LINDA DA.VIS DAVID DOLEY SUSAN GALABA WU-I-IAM GRAAEMEYER CHARLES HOCEVAR ANN JOHNSON DIANE ROSS MYRA LARKIN DOTTIE LEE HELEN MOLES ROBERTA MONROE WILLIAM MURPHY ROBERT PAZ PATRICIA PERME ROBERT PIERRET DAVID ROBERTS MALINDA SHIRK NANCY TRUDEAU IRENE WOLEF JAMES YANCHAR ARNE YOUNGBERG ANDREA ZAYATZ HOMEROOM II6 CUBS OF THE MONTH TED DOLAN DE RONDA ELLIOT JAMES MARSCH RONALD PATRICK MARILYN VINCENT J 1 .. 4' I 19fQllb1k.X Nance Carney presents Dave Roberts with his panther for outstanding service tt cur h ol Selected for outstanding service or achievement to Euclid Senior High, these students were cnosen Panthers ofthe Week. Each week a meeting is held by the Spirit's Club to select a boy or girl desert ing ofthis distinguished honor. Much thought is given to each recommendation presented to the committee and then the most out- standing candidate is awarded a panther at the assembly on Friday. This year, because of the split assemblies. a new award was originated called Cub of the Month. This honor is given once a month to a sophomore who has excelled in his field of endeax or at their assembly. The panther has certainly become the symbol ol' honor and achievement at Euclid Senior High School, I9 One ofthe most exciting weeks of school is that of the Student Council Cam- paigns, when sixteen stu- dents are vying for the four top positions available in the school. the President, Vice President, Secretary. and Treasurer of the Stu- dent Council. These sixteen students have been picked from all the students in the school as the best leaders, socially and accademically. All are equally qualified to hold the position for which they are campaigning. Each candidate picked a theme around which all his post- ers. runners, and tags were centered. This theme was also the subject matter for the short skit which was part of their campaign dur- ing the assemblies held on Thursday and Friday. Vot- ing took place during the luch periods Friday, the re- sults were announced ninth period. and another success- ful week of campaigning was brought to a close. "All Out" was the motto for this -i s, ' ,Ig , If s 1 4, ,Y S , 1 1 , ittiiwll oil' AL! .Nfl L. 1 Evil 1. 0 1 if 1 'BT l 1 '1 'ist T 2,10 'gel l i T i fl l st ,fy C N ff N 17 sw 2 year's S.C. Campaign. ACES Mllxklbijll -.H u , Elly 'i ff tiki. - ' 4 E ' - r , , L1 ' t' ig.. 6 rf ,A s Y ? . X W V 3 .KL X Vi Irv l ,agfffsgt l - C T H l V V mi. it 'Q l li ill! li' '- , If C R l T , l 3.55. t ' 1 X ST : tit? i Qs., - I A J -,-:- I J . y 53 Z ' ' ,. Q 'Z' i 1 i fu, , t. .A -,, , UNA s' l'lI'lIX.l ,i uri C " 1 f sk- T 'i ' ' '53 A ' 4 .f':" U' Alf L ' 2 . 30 - wr 1958-59 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Treasurer, Sally Gault: Secretary, Nancy Link: President, John Becker: Vice President. Jerry Eisman. As Dick Wilson concluded his campaign speech, 'Q-:d uxtvl num i ff Preceding the elections for student gov- ernment day. a hectic week took place for the members of the Futurite and Progres- sive Parties. One would almost think a Student Council campaign was in progress as he viewed the cafeteria and halls. The exotic fluorescent-orange color of the Futurites prox ed quite beneficial when the final results were announced. Shortly alter the Council meeting was opened, the Futurite Party put their plans into action on Student Government Day. Dave Roberts, Mayor for the day. iii f, ly lf l VL . l. 4 6 P' mf' M pl it -, F : .Al S 1,1 r 9 lx A-ii- 5 Mayor Sims gixes final instructions before the students ttltc our '. . .and celcbrttcd Nctl Rotd 1 1. ,,.,.- 'fl 5555 X 5 V 'IW 5 slg iii! ogg it . g, . 5' i' -. I really hit that guy! Howdy. Pa. Waistllnes were forgotten ut the Senior Banquet. Q. QQ' K I ff fl 9' M. l d 'Y 1 '51 "No comments from the peanut gallery 7 v Q t,X ff -...I.!.-If., , r 3-it' W-x R .T Sift? 171 Ze l ' i f ,gs j . J Baccalaureate with friends and family. How we loved "the Halls of Ivy." PREPARATIG FOR LIFE Beginning the festivities which climax the Senior year was Baccalaureate, Held in the auditorium of the Senior High School on April 22. 1958 the senior class marched in to strains ol' "Pomp and Cir- cumstancef' played by Dick Wilson, wear- ing the traditional dark blue caps and goxvns and gold tassles. Singing the usual "Halls ol' Ivy," "You'll Never Walk Alone," and the "Benediction" was the Senior Class Chorus directed by Nlr. Sam Taylor. The txxo guest speakers were Reverend Maurice Beguin of the First Baptist Church ol' Euclid uho gave the lnvocation and the Benediction. and Rev- erend Fred, Bernlohr ot' Euclid Lutheran Church whose address to the graduating class was entitled "Let No One Despise Thy Youth." The day and the service xx as beautiful. and each member oli the Class ol' 1958 xvill long remember his Bacca- laureate. 'rf l I E "" i 7 I , , Y, , W, ,7, , , "v ... V" -4 M1 ms M, V It 'ctw-?v.J ., J' A 'fn 5? 3 ,yr 5, in A w 1 X jq 5: 5 3 , lA WH 3 A 1 5 I wi. V If- LZ, . ,lg ,xii fi 'bl' SJ" -V P H-1 T, sz - .AA rt Ui. z' Ev. J FV, - fly f, ft if Xl - fl V .-1 ' . I ,1- f. .... k ., ,1' J V, -.'-. ., WI x... -' xg J . 8 815.38 fu - . 31 .fb ,K :IL rin x W . ,Qi :A , 15 Q twb-4145 if .Q - Y 'J Q5 fi- - -- 1. gl-f-aj - -2 ' . ' iwfl sl Q qi, , . F' 'X 3- Q, -' . 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V - , ,. .-,. - W 4 . , , , J SL ff 3 We J 'U "ad" 75' A jpbxk V 1' Q ' ' Q ,. 1: F' ,y I M QQ., 8- yili' . -' 3, t '? Q V V Q, ' , V M in , . ..... W, V .,,.'i...i 0 "" 'N' r 4 .. 4 ' - A 1 p ' '1+.Iw-wulyfg J v W X z X A- x. k , . X I I t J . ull 5'5" - ' Q' fx , It vf' Which is mine? 'f 7 f L iif' ,N iw XUQ41 A 1 '3 I 7, 'O,, A f 5 -- -S if f J x ' i l .. ec -. '- I, The tinal steps before graduation. Commencement exercises for the Class of l95X could huxe been entitled the "end ol' the beginning." for our high school years have only been the beginning of our future: they haue only started us thinking about what our future might contain und how' we would like it to deyelop,The exening drew' nigh, und there wus nexer ti more beautiful sight when the eurtuins opened reyeuling the Claiss of l95N in their cups und gowns und the girls with their dozen yellow roses. This wus the lust time the entire eluss would exer be together. Lind the oeeusion w its indelibly impressed upon exery Senior's memory. Today wc're gruduaited, tomorrow w e're unemployed 'uv-4 .3 '57 CD Many thoughts filled the mind of a graduate con- cluding his high school career with the recessional at Music Hall. Upper- most, though, is the feeling of pride and happiness to have received a diploma in recognition of all these things and to share these wonderful moments with those who are dear. The future is now ahead filled with success if they apply the knowledge and experi- ences they have gained at Euclid Senior High. During the past three years, they have been growing in every respect, spiritually. mental- ly. and physically. But this Hey there, got a match? was just the beginning. the foundation that will help attain even greater heights in the years that will follow. The Class of l958 will ven- ture into many fields of en- deavor, but will always keep Euclid High in their mem- ories and those who make it the wonderful high school to add to the growth of Euclid's young adults. . . and now they face the future . . I They await the future with great expectation. I knew in the beginning there would be an end The highest honor a school can bestow upon a graduating Senior is the Valedictory Award, which is based on scholastic achievement. Emerging as num- ber one from the class of 1958 was Robert Pierret. who maintained a straight A average throughout high school. Bob spent most of his three years at Euclid striving to better his grades and fill his mind with knowledge, but he found time to become a member of the Physics Club, Student Council and was selected for membership in the National Honor Society. Our valedictorian centered his interest around sci- ence and mathematics. He displayed his scholastic ability in many tests that he took and brought honor to himself and Euclid. He plans to continue his edu- cation at Case Institute of Technology where he will take courses leading to a degree as an engineer or a physicist. Success will follow his footsteps and bring 'KT'-7' more honor to Euclid. ARNE YOUNGBERG, SALUTATORIAN fir ROBERT PIERRET, VALEDICTORIAN Arne Youngberg. the Senior with the second high- est average ofall the 499 in his class. had the honor of receiving the Salutatory Award. Arne maintained straight A's throughout his four years while display- ing his leadership ability in Euelid's many organiza- tions. His activities included being President ofthe Student Council. Sports Editor of the Surrey. Cap- tain ofthe tennis team. a member of National Honor Society. International Quill and Scroll. the basketball team and Letterman's Club. During his high school years Arne majored in Eng- lish. history, mathematics. and science. Because of his high ranking scholastic record and outstanding abili- ties and character Arne received a total of 520.000 in scholarships. Arne has contributed many things to our school and community and will continue to make Euclid proud ol' him as he looks to the future. 27 A Poetic Recollection of The Class of '58 The time has come to say good-by, To golden years at Euclid High. Before we leave let's reminisce, Of all the things that we will miss. "Sophomore Days" The Sophomore year was just brand new, When election for oiiicers was due. For capable students we placed our marker, Schneider, Murphy, Buchar and Parker. The Sophomore party was the thing. Social life started with this Hing. A BIG event was the Friendship Formal, If you werenft excited, you just weren't normal! Our Sophomore spirit reached the top, At the East Tech rally, we yelled a lot. For the boys we cheered and cheered. And louder still as game time neared. When the boys were defeated, we thought we would die, This was back in the year of Miss Meinzen's black eye. The sophomore assembly went so well. We didn't finish til after the bell. Our first big year has ended well. Now of our Junior year I will tell., f'Junior Ways" A year of experience was all we needed. Now as Juniors the school we greeted. Our Junior year and with it brings. The buying of our high school rings. The beauty of their simple style. Beats all the others by a mile. Mr. Tee was a real live wire. Our light bulb sale he did inspire. The profits for our social room. Will come in handy mighty soon. Of many events in this school year. Our party. assembly and dance were dear. Champions were our gridiron boys. A highlight causing endless joys. "In The Zone" a one L1Ct play. Won state honors all the way. Many old records had to yield. To our boys in the Spring Sports tield. Although there is much more to say. Fl-llls poem must hurry on its way. "Senior A's" A year we've all been waiting for. We now tell hundreds. maybe more. That we are Seniors. the very best, Our class will far outdo the rest. Everyone settled school well under way. Now was the time for the Panthers to play. Our football season was opened at night. 1958 CLASS POE The Blue and Gold put up a good fight. The cheerleaders shouted and stamped their feet. But St. Joes our rivals were too tough to beat. L.E.L. Champs the Panthers were not, But Champions they were of a different lot. Irene and Kathy, our head majorettes, Their wonderful marching we can't forget. Pat and Sue were not outdone, Leading cheers and having fun. Our Senior pictures we had done. Through the summer one by one. We had them touched and tinted too, Youid be surprised what they can do! Now they are ready to give away, With friendly notes and laughter gay. The Survey gives the latest news, From many stories we can choose. While Myra sits in the editors room. Snoopy tells whois dating whom. Posnik. Fantini, Carney and McPeek. In "How Black Is Gray?" gave all a treat. Mr. Jenkins who wrote the play. Worked on it hard both night and day. Yanchar was picked for the cagers dream team. And Euclid wrestlers were right on the beam. They took the League and State titles too, For they were Champions through and through A man so line in word and deed. A man whose loss we all will grieve, This was Ike Driver our greatest fan. He truly was a grand old man. His portrait will hang on our social room wall. To express the gradltude in us all. The Banquet was a gay affair. With all the students and faculty there. Though misty eyes we had to tight. It didn't affect our appetite! The Senior Prom. a thrill for all. As glamorous as a fancy ball! A valedictorian we'll have to get. Could it be Arne or Bob Pierret'7 Well. the time for recalling has come to a close. Commencement draws near as everyone knows. I.et's dream together of years gone by. 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