Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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-.Y.',v.- , . x ,v .1 1. . k Euclid is America in focus. Through 150 years of de- velopment, it stands as a symbol of democracy in ac- tion. The city in this United States iinds its force in its peopleg its strength is limited to their strength, its ag- gressiveness is determined by the extent of their aggres- siveness. The people represent the nucleus of commu- nity structure .'Ay Euclid -High School is an integral part of our com- munity3 for its students area cross-section of American 'youth today. Ten years of growth lie behind Euclid High's exeellentplali of education, and the promise of continued progression is f 1 QAlIhough-all such.-institutions of .education across the ' center their programsfon the basics of learning, as an individual working force.. This HiShSCh001a3SSh0Wllili- .- 1 1 1 P. 4 1, i, L. 1 Y EUCLID PIIIILIEI LIEIEQRY I IVIH 'frsfiisrza JUL 17 '75 1959 UCLIDIAN TABLE OF CONTENTS FRIENDSHIP .... ..... 8 -9 RECREATION .... .... l 50-151 LEARNING ..... .... 2 OO-201 APPLICATION. . . .... 274-275 EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 711 East 222 Street Euclid 23, Ohio There is a living spirit at Euclid High which becomes instilled in the hearts of students, faculty. and admin- istrators. Each lesson learned, each experience gained is a tributary from this consisent spirit. Emphasis is placed on the individual and his contribution to the precision of perfected teamwork. Above learning to live and work with others, the Euclid student learns to live and work with himself, in a manner that is not ego- centric, but which helps him get to know himself, his capabilities, and his limitations. Knowing himself. he consequently recognizes how he can do his best in the competitive society he is soon to face. The student learns confidence. poise. and self-trust through his life at Euclid High. Realizing that this stems from the spirit of his school, he takes pride in this, his school. . . 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 ill with gratitude For all that is to be- Alma Mater, Euclid High School, All our praise we bring to thee. Where the blue of Erie's waters Casts the sun's bright golden rays, There all Euclidis sons and daughters Sing the joys of student days. If after days be dark and drear And storms of life draw nigh, The memories of our friendships here Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. Realizing that the school is based on intangible spirit, the structure itself must now be added to this founda- tion to bring the true picture of Euclid Senior High into focus. From the many 'active forces of our community contributing to E.H.S., we have gathered the opinions of some ofthe citizens of our city about what they feel our school actually is. These are the people of our com- munityg the voice of democratic America . . . 'TW X Q: . ss .-N -ss, ..V. t ., . .,,, W.. .rar . Mrs. Millar. Mrs. Orebaugh, Mrs. Simpson. Mrs. Soeder, Mrs. Grafmeyer, Mrs. Springer, Mrs. Humphrey. Euclidls 150th Year . . . P.T.A. REPRESENTATIVES: A school-a good school-must satisfy the needs of the whole student. The administrators and teachers supply the greatest need- feeding him knowledge from text books, from their experiences. from the immortal works of great authors. This supplies the needs of the mind, but this is not the whole child. The athletic program at school supplies another need-that of giving the student a clean healthy respect for his body. This again is not the whole child. The third and equally important part in the development of this child is making friends and the sense of well-being from being ac- cepted by his classmates. In a way, this is a need of the soul. We like to think the Student Center contributes to this last need. Here he meets his friends on an equal basis. Poor grades, school records, class competition, are left outside the doors and he can relax in an atmosphere of friendliness. This. as we see it, completes the development of the whole child. This is the function of a school-a good school. As P.T.A. mem- bers, our experience shows us that Euclid is such a school. 4 , BOARD OF EDUCATION: It is the function of Euclid Senior High School to educate the student, according to his individual needs and difTe-rences. in the esthetic as well as in the utilitarian areas of endeavor, so that he can make a living, participate in our democratic process and help preserve our country's heritage. The student must be highly edu- cated scientifically, industrially, and economically in order to assure continued American prosperity and security. It is the respon- sibility ofthe school to maintain sufficient balance between em- phasis on these endeavors and the esthetic appreciations to assure a sensitivity to the constant need for interpretation of our technical advances, for it is only insofar as these technical advances can be made to serve the interests of humanity that they are worthy of the eifort exerted in their development. Euclid Highs 10th . . . Dale Mansperger, Mrs. Grace Watkins, Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Mary King, Ralph Madden. ,"l"t',Ei . , K ' A ' ' if .1 1 4 si is W2 sara ' 'Hi ' T EW' 'Me 5 . ,mg-N. ,gg ,sv 4, -M..,,u . i V V ,Xu J is x W 5 ,fig Q- "0 'Lg 53 ' ' -V f ' L1 iii , WM, , -ti ' wQ'+'w.- - ' AA M ,HM W ' - ,L 'SAV ' . K, .vc J. Zevnik, D. Sprochi, P. Tinker, T. Gortz, P. James, W. Gorse. STUDENTS: The main purpose for Euclid High School's existence is education: education to provide knowledge of facts, and education to provide knowledge of self. But a high school is more than just a building in which formal education takes place. It is an institution in which to progress and regress, to win and lose, to govern and be gov- erned. More even than this. it is designed to show us the pathway to a fuller life. INDUSTRIAL WORKERS: Education is predominant in high school life. Euclid High provides the climate necessary for a student's development, emphasizing the impor- tance of getting along well with others. As have our homes, our schools have improved. As work- ers, we recognize the excellence of Euclidls auto and machine shops. Having faith in their teachers, we of the community are proud of our students and are willing to support their endeavors. Citizens Express Upinion of Euclid .K f ,. U., , ,,- . - 'rdf 1-'.' ,, X ., . K ' all' 11 1 . .- an 'ill is fi! i 3 EL William Fortner Father McMonagle Rabbi Adler Senior High CLERGYMEN: Interpersonal relationships are vital. Education -the discipline of the mind-is a primary concern of a high school, but concern for fellow men- the development of values concerning the indi- vidual, his worth and uniqueness-should be the central element: for many diiferent people in com- bination make Euclid High School and the world. A new concept of respect and integrity-not yet reached but vital to success in life-should be taught. There has been much progress in the last cen- tury and a half. Certainly no one wants a regres- sion to the little red schoolhouse of pioneer days. With growth, however, there is generally a need for pruning. In education, too, there can be rank growth. Too many overlapping social organiza- tions may give a false sense of value. But the pruning goes on-eliminating, adding, correcting, and reshaping. The development of the individual-unique, 7 not conformedg educated and motivated, not en- slaved nor manipulated-this is the greatest duty of the high school. This is the voice of the people speaking about Euclid Senior High. With this introduction as a background, the 1959 Euclidian presents the actual picture of our school. Various phases are necessary for a well-rounded education, and E.H.S. has them all. Our school is friendship. recreation, and learning. Of course the true test of the value of these phases is found in the stu- dent's application, upon graduation, of what he has learned. Euclid High. as you will see, prepares him well. To reveal for your appreciation of a fine educational system, we present Euclid Senior High School. It is . . . HA W:-,fi NSQQPNX Www X' M' ,sl X. Q, x N Y YMW .Ai .WMM X' ' WN. A , vw , .AN .MMM NS X X , l ,ef A ,--'wr-1 f" im t i........ .fl 'Pk bf .. ,X---wf.,..,, W, W ., . rg D. McMilIin, Treasurer: K. Smith, President: C, Harris, Secretary: D. Tomino, V. President. Leading the Class of '60 . .. 'T GIRLS' COUNSELOR Miss Wilma Gillmztn .T 10 BOYS' COUNSELOR Mr. Fred Johns 4. g Seniors: the linal step in twelve long years of educa- tion. A unique sense of re- sponsibility met us at the door September 3. 1958. and welcomed us in as the respected guides and exam- ples to underclassmen. Senior pride was only an out- ward expression otideep dev- otion to principles and anx- iety to progress. Through- out the year we worked col- lectively and individually to draw Euclid High closer together so that every stu- dent would share the feel- ings that make high school a private society As Seniors. we alone ex- perienced the satisfaction of a mission completed while already facing another more important one not yet begun. Within each of us, we hold our own particular memories that will always be treasured asa vital phase of our individual Senior careers. But united or alone. our year was special. our year was uniquely ours, and the high-point of our love is the very pride we feel to be members ofthe Class of l959. ' L4 .S A " H 4. A A ' N. r my by -,., X . Seniors recognize the seriousness ol' xoting. Raw I: P. Romisher, D. Szexxczyk. K. Miller. P. lvluscenti. lvl. lfeliee, S. Pierce. P. Stexenson. L, Wilkes, P. Brady, E. Knoch. Run' 2: D. MclVIillin, S. Dritz. J. Coleman. C. Harris. B. Alex, R. Stoeber, S. Forker. J. Lindblad, B. Lege, E. Strauss. Run' 35 R. Olson. R. James. W. Rider. D. Tomino. J. Baxter, R. Nickel. R. Otto, .l. liozak. Run' 4: L. Bank, W. Gorse, C. Myers, K. Smith. T. Teras, M. Johnson, J. Plaggemier, R. Doyle, D. Smith. Il .7 - vga , ,,., Jr.. . ww .fl- 'F it A ix . '-ml i " In ulglhi Y' ' N... -. W K A:- -4 ,I T f-H' , Lk fi!!! I w'g,L4X. tif .9 .I, er ,:,. ' ' ,- . Q" ' ," ' . A Q15 1, A . ., -Zlif-feff'i9i4-71' w , bfi-:A 'f , ,Q fri---aff' .ff J rv - .-.X-1 VA" , .: -X f 33' f - BETTY ALBERTONE Betty Honor Study Hall 2. GRACE ALBERTONE Gracie Class Cabinet 43 Honor Study Hall 3g Hall Guard Captain 3. ELIZABETH ALEX Bette Class Cabinet 4g Student Coun- cil 2, 35 Homecoming Commit- tee 3g Play Night Prod. Staff 2g Big Show Prod. Stafl' 3. CEDRIC ALLBERY Ked Swimming Manager 2g Student Council Exec. Board 3 9 P.A. Club 2, 3, 43 Play Night Cast 3g Hon- or Study Hall 2. , 12 . -'SQ' ' J' - '- M . " l -,N M 4, isa- - fl, .. V B- 4.53-:Ez ffl' sa--'."'.-A J ww...- Hey Buddy, you wanna LOIS ALTENWEG Lo G.A.A. 3, 4g Friendship Club 2. BONNIE ALVES Bonn Hall Guard 3g Senior Assembly 4g Friendship Club 2. fight? nav' JUDITH AMBROSE SUSAN ANDERSON Jud Sue Friendship Club 2g Honor Stu F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 41 G.A,A. dy Hall 2g Hall Guard 4. 2, 3, 4'g Class Cabinet 3g From nn 1 Committee 3, Big Show Cast 3, - Prod. Staff 3, 4g Choir 3g Girls' A N Glee Club 2g Hall Guard 43 'i s , Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 N.H.S. .skin , 4. ,fs'f':QN . i' EVELYN ANDERSON A DIANA ANTONACCI Lyllll xg -L I A . Dfgng Friendship Club 2g Honor Stu- fi wi Friendship Club 2. dy Hall 3. ' ' ' b tf 3 .3 ff- '51 in L, ' p 5. '1', - 'i ' f JUDITH ANTONICK is Carrot Top Big Show Prod. Staff 2g Friend- ship Club 2g Senior Assembly 4. ff? 'VY IS r RONALD APOLS KI Curly Basketball 2 Honor Study Hall '3 55' Y 'Q5 1 gk- .gf 'Age E 'Q'f""" -ww- NFQEP, ri?-5 5 fl lix -1 W NANCY ARMSTRONG Nan World Affairs 43 Friendship Club 2 4. DEBRA ATRAN Debbie P.A. Club 2, Class Assembly 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Play Night Cast 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Choral Masters 4. JUDITH AUGUST Shorty Student Council 4, Homecoming Committee 43 Play Night Prod. Stafl'3g Euclidian Rep. 2, Friend- ship Club 2. JUDITH AXFORD Ax G.A.A. 2, Junior Red Cross 25 Honor Study Hall 3, Friendship Club 2, 3. If Ar 'fl R 4 1115 NM' wgyifff ROBERTA BAKER Bert F.T.A. 2, 3, Friendship Club 35 Honor Study Hall 3. ROBERT BALBUZE Booze Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. Everyone buys one for the Panthers! CONSTANCE BA LTRUS Bfiggy G.A.A. 2, 3, Megaphone Club 2: Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Friend- ship Club 2. 4. JOANNE BALTUS Jo .Y fv .s -s ,ft . R RICHARD BAMBIC ic Bowling 3, 4. fi 40"- M 4-4- 'UK s.,- Q"'f"v YK 'US 'E' JOHN BANK Me Honor Study Hall 2. MARTHA BARCALOW Martie I.Q.S. 3, 4, Sec. 43 N.H.S. 3, 4, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, L ,f ff 453 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 2, 33 Movie Club 23 All School Play 2, Prod. StatT23 Sur- vey 2, 3, 4, Asst. Copy Edit. 3, Editorial Staff 2. 3, 4, Eucuyo 3, 4, Edit. 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2. DAVID BARNES Dave Wrestling 25 Foremen's Club 4. .it ff' '54 iff-P' at -Q ,xg - ' 4 fx ' 'N ui 1 K S . 1 N N 1 x , X wk F sc s Xl' -- :- V - -a .. : -Q -s.- . V my-'Q-:.4,,: 4, f 69"---ef .2 - fs? -H f A-".?'gt2 'Q 4- . QB. , .A 1 sw 0+ s X is' Y U 'fr " TS -1 sys .fs-iw'-5 SSS,- Na ,AT Q14-S+-is we if X 5 i, ,,,' 'il n" fi-, ,C 'LL , ,gi .-..- s. ' Q - at .5 , . N QR. A- N. JEAN BARNES Jeanie G.A.A. 2, 3, Guidance Council 2g Megaphone Club 23 F.N.A. 4, Treas. 4g Honor Study Hall 2g Hall Guard 4. Lma F.T.A. 3 4' World Affairs 3' G A.A. 2 3 '-Prom Committee 3 4 Play Prod. Staff 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 3' Euclidian Business Staff Artist -Survey Asst. Art Edit. 4, Editorial Staff4g Eucuyo 4 Art Edit, 4' Hall Guard 2' Senior Assembly 4, Honor Study Hall 2 3 Sec. 2' Friendship Club aff-Q--. 635 -mf-, 14 nm. C ,.- ' , GARY BAXTER 'V Gary P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Announcer 3, 4, Technician 2, 3, 4g Key Club 4g Honor Study Hall 2, N.H.S. 4. Jim Class Cabinet 4 Camera Club 3. LINA BARTHOLOMEW JAMES BAXTER stud.-mi Council 3, All schboi ii , .... ' ii , ...... E' . 7 3 , , 5 My 2, 3, 4, Ushering 2, Choir 4g N. H.S. 4. jltx i ROBERT BATT TIMOTHY BAUER Tim Concert Band,2, 3, 4g Marching Band 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 4, Euclid- ian Business .Staff 4g Big Show Prod. StaFI"2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 3g Concert'Bar1d Board of Dir- ectors 3, 45 N.H.S. 4. What d'ya mean, now the door wonit open? JOHN BECKER John I.Q.S. 3, 45 N.H.S. 3, 4, Class Treas. 2, Class Cabinet 25 Class Guidance Council 2g Student Council 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 45 Big Show Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3. 43 Pit Band 3, 4: Eucuyo 3, 4, Co-Editor 3, Editor 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. JAMES BELAVICH Joe Football 2, Baseball 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 111D JOHN BELL Beef N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Letterman 3, 43 Wrestling 21 Track 2, 3, 43 Let- terman's Club 3. 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Monitor 3, Sec. 2: Hall Guard 2, 33 N.H.S. 4. NANCY BERAN Beran I.Q.S. 3, 4, Pres. 43 N.H.S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 33 Class Secretary 23 Class Cabinet 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Homecoming Com- mitteeg Swim Club 25 Choral Masters 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, Sec. 2, Euclidian 3. 4. Editori- al Staff 4, Editor-in-Chief4g Sur- vey 2: Friendship Club 2, Pres. 2, Ushering 23 Spirits Club 3, 4, Sec. 33 Buckeye Girls' State Rep- resentative 3. NORMAN BERGER Norm Big Show Band 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 2. MORTON BERNARD Aloe Football 23 Basketball 2, 3, 41 Honor Study Hall 23 Hall Guard 2, 3. I - t fii-'E MONTE BERNSTEIN 'i Monte ' 6 N' ' Honor Study Hall 2, Library ' " 3, . - 'f' '-- f, Monitor 2g Hall Guard 3g N.H. ff..-.3 J iff? 'T x S'4. s l! 'gag ip-, Q Qt, i S' If I -gg . .1 .. v. ,ff --EN -of RAYMOND BERNSTEIN Ray Honor Study Hall 3. -33 'eff . , THOMAS BERTOSA J UDITH BETTS Judi F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, Class Cabinet 3, Prom Committee 35 Girls' Glee Club 2g Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Hall Guard 4. KAREN BEUTELL Butyl I.Q.S. 4, N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, G.L.C. 3, 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Prom Commit- tee 4, Student Council 3, Cafe- teria Guard 3g Fall Play Prod. Staff 4, BigeShpw 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4g Concert Band 2, 3, 4g Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Rank Of- hcer 3, Letterwinner 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Euclidian 4, Editorial Staff Art Edit. 4g Friendship Club 2. Try" is 1-Q. 'D'- Q---" X 1 l "4 K' w -1 . Tom LEONARD BESEDNIK Lenny Swimming 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, 4. The Debonaires came through victorious in the Bands of Tomorrow Contest. 9-.....a 1.-L JAMES BINDER Abe Football 2, 3g Basketball 2g Track 2, 3, Choir 2. DAVID BISBEE Dave F.T.A. 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3g Hall Guard 4. 4 , . r ry sf' n 4"'7v , - ' . ,, 48 3 is K' Qi E X f 1141? fha , W. , ",s,.,- 4 1 'r Q Ki GL f ':t:,- " " -x ,Yi QS x 'S F ! X ,. ff- PATRICIA BLAJDA K , Q" '5 4-X Q r-vw ,vc "5--.......1 .N W, "J 'P Z. GARY BOHN Ira Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Eucuyo 3g Honor Study Hall "1" X.- .... f--' A '-'Q Yin , HAROLD BORGSTEADT i in Jim I wr i Big Show Band 3, 4, Concert ' Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Orchestra 3, 4. - Q ' . ik Q A 1 N if Q K., J AA I v , X . l 4 ,, 5- BEVERLY BOWDEN ' K Y Bev N Q 'V " 'V Majorette Club 2, Friendship fl' ' f Club 2, 4. f If V 41 19 gf! Q-.-......v 'IR-fl 93s 45.0. 1 Rf Q7-4-,v JAMES BOWERS Jim MARY BOYLE Bonnie World Affairs 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Bookstore Worker 4, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. ROBERT BOZICH Bob Play Night Cast 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA BRADY Pat F.T.A. 2, World AiTairs 4, G.A. A. 2, Class Cabinet 2, 4, Student Council 3, alt. 4, Majorette Club 2, 3, Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Hall Guard 4. f--5 vw? G? 415 'sign 5,-5 qi --:fi egg, S . E E PATRICIA BRITVIC Pat Megaphone Club 3, Euclidian Rep. 4, Friendship Club 2, Ush- ering 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. CHARLES BROOKS Chuck Seniors keep posted on coming events. Hama loun QIHWEL SERIES JUDITH BRUNDIC Judy F.T.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Ad Club 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Hon- or Study Hall 3, Monitor 3g Sur- vey Rep. 25 N.H.S. 4. JAMES BUBONICS or YR Jim -- rf YV Swimming 2g Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Play Night 2, Choir 2, Bowling 4, Sec.-Treasurer. I wdlriv' JANET BUCHHOLZ Jan World Affairs 4: Megaphone Club 2, Big Show 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 4g Friendship Club 2, 4. JOANN BUDAS Ll'fIfF One F.T.A. 43 World Affairs 3: G.A. A. 2, 33 Prom Committee 3, P.A. Club 2, 3, 43 Announcer 4, Tech- nician 2, 3, 43 Choir 43 Survey Business Staff 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Assembly 4, Euclidian Rep, 3. --Ml' 1-r' 'fl .513 lt if .1 's .X RONALD BUDAS Rig FREDERICK BURFORD vga c""'y Q-I Fred Honor Study Hall 3 ff' .raw .pix ff? Nb.-I' l'fN..Q:'1T? L - if .351 mia: ku 5. J fo-' 'ee ' ' QS' ' , s-N..-I fs- 3 TIMOTHY BURGER Ollie Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, Prom Committee 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, Choral Masters 3, 4, Foremen's Club 4, Survey Rep. 2, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Hall Guard Captain 4. JUDITH BURHENNE Judy F.N.A. 4, Friendship Club 2, Hall Guard 4. WALLACE BURLINGHAM Wally Student Council 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, Senior Assembly Lead 4, Choir 2, Choral Masters 3, 4, Madrigals 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. NANCY BURROUGHS Nancy F.T.A. 3, 4, World Affairs 2, 3, ar f 'US' ?f.,vNr 1 fha fix MONICA CABALA Mickie Junior Red Cross 3, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2, Honor Stu- dy Hall 3, Hall Guard 3, Survey Rep. 3. JOAN CAMERON Joan Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Prom Committee 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Student Council 4. If only we'd known the shutter was broken. ii! f-. .47- ,af G.A.A. 2, 3, Movie Club 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, Senior As- sembly 4. 22 N l rf SUZANNE CAMERON Suzie Q. F.T.A. 3, 45 World Affairs 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 35 Movie Club 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 35 F.N.A. 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Friendship Club 2, 45 Honor Study Hall 2, 35 Hall Guard 4. RUTH CARLSON G.A.A. 2, 35 Student Council 2' Megaphone Club 25 Big Show Prod. Staff 3, 45 Choir 35 Girls Glee Club 25 Choral Masters 4' Madrigals 45 Friendship Club 2 35 Honor Study Hall 4. A . 4 X' Rullzl D: , , , R , fr . , - Q., ev vs -- , ' x --. 4' NE X, CHARLENE CARPENTER Char Megaphone Club 35 Friendship Club 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Hall Guard 4. DAVID CARPENTER Dave Baseball 25 Class Cabinet 45 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 45 Choir 25 Cho- ral Masters 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3, 4. CAROL CARR Cleo G.A.A. 2,35 Majorette Club 2, 35 Megaphone Club 25 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, Ushering 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Senior Assembly 4. SUSAN CARROLL Susie I.Q.S. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3, 45 Student Council 35 Majorette Club 25 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Fea- ture Edit. 45 Friendship Club 25 Spirits Club 45 Survey Rep. 3, 45 Senior Assembly 4. rirw QXT5 TT? LOIS CASTROVINCI Little One G.A.A. 2, 3g Class Guidance Council 4: Prom Committee 3g Friendship Club 2, 3, 4g Usher- ing 25 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. UI' Bob N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 45 Letterman's Club 3, 4g Swim Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4g Honor Study Hall 2g N. H.S. 4. ROBERT CHILCOTE 4 ' if 'S I vt-Q, --'Y I., 1-Mx viQ' 'tu DORIS CAVELL Dorrie Student Council 43 F.N.A. 3, Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 35 Honor Study Hall 3. ki:-74-uv NEAL CHARSKE Charsk Cross-Country 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Track 2, 35 Letterman's Club 3, 4g Student Council 21 Honor Study Hall 33 Hall Guard 4. an-rf 'nr JOSEPH CHIARELLI Smoke Big Show Band 3, Orchestra I 3, 45 Senior Assembly 4. first da of school as Seniors . . . Davey Golf 3g P.A. Club 2, 3, Technic- ian 2, 3. DAVID CHINCHAR XXX " P fl.. l , xx X x V - 'ffdli 7'-g17'ff,1,1..,+ ' 1. ' , .. " '61 '-l I ' Q ,Que ,.' , - ..-g Stand back, Char, I think itjust moved. A Tell us, Goble, how'd you take this one? A . - vo ' fp r . rx, 'L rvwx sf i " N ,4 A .4 X A I, i .1 5 4: 'B mx!! -s ,vi 1? 4 R 1 .- 1'-r 773 DONALD CHINCHAR D011 Golf 2, 3, 4, Captain 35 Letter- man 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Movie Club 3, 45 Fore- men's Club 4. JOHN CHINCHAR Curlj Basketball 2, 4: Big Show 21 Choir 2, 3. The Welcome sign We raised the first da back HARLENE CHINNICI fx Alfie V7 f' lllirlgel G.A.A. 2, 35 Class Guidance Council 35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Student Council 4, Home- coming Committee 45 Swim Club 3, Swim Show 35 Major- ette Club 25 Megaphone Club 2: Junior Red Cross 25 Bookstore Worker 3, 4: Euclidian Rep. 2, 3, 45 Survey 4, Typist 45 Honor Study Hall 45 Friendship Club 2, JUDITH CIPOLLO " JP , " 'nl -1 - . ' X 4 x n X . A, 5-Q, ,I V , ' 1 ll fhx 'IQ 'QR -1"""" Dave Sue DAVID CLARK SUSAN CLARK A--1414-'N .. . ' Mm -,ix nhxwl fuss 5 3 .. t F? f g f?" 92 'gf fX ,, 1--f-s zo If -e-'V ,Z I BARBARA CLARKE Barb F.T.A. 2, Class Guidance Coun- cil 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, Hon- or Study Hall 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4. UI' Judie F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Prom Committee 3, Student Council 2, Megaphone Club 2, Big Show Prod. Stan' 2, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Hall Guard 2, 3. JUDITH COLEMAN 4? uf- T:-'T .4-dlfr ilu- . 5 lfgf.. - 'su PATRICIA CLEMENCE Patti G.A.A. 2, Class Cabinet 4, Ma- Jorette Club 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, Hall Guard 4, Senior Assembly 4. i T, ,ga- 'iii . 15' PATRICIA CODDINGTON MARGO COHEN Patti G.A.A. 3 4, Ad Club 2, Mega- phone Club 2, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2, Senior Assembly 4. ne-for-the-Panthers Drive Carol F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, World Affairs 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Majorette Club 2, 3, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, Senior Assembly 4. CAROLYN COLONNA fi 3.1! Margo World Affairs 4, G.A.A. 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Hall Guard 4, Senior Assembly 4. a-one, and-a-two, and-a . . . A .,!,.4' dm,-g, 'xv' Qlb 1 X r. '16 C17 .,-4: 1"-ri BARBARA COLT CAROL CONNER Respect and admiration shown for a true friend. Mart fiovie Club 2, 3, 4. MARTIN CONSIDINE UGG SCS' Ace N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4. Letterman 3, 4, Wrestling 23 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 45 Letterman's Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Student Council 2, 3, 43 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Choir 23 Choral Masters 3, 4. THOMAS CONSTANTINE n.. f-5 Barb F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 33 Ad Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 23 F.N.A. 3. 4. Honor Study Hall 3. ur Senior Assembl . . . Awful' Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3. MATILDA CONTENZA fi lk 'Xf T327 , ' M Cookie Movie Club 2, 3 43 Orchestra 2. LARRY COOK ,gEF'QrW I Kvhmu f, s . ' ' V. 5 lt M- ? ' 4 .-g,'vf i - ,, ' . , , , l 9 - . , . . 4 .Q ,r- 'I ' A - ' ix" ' A .'.- 1' .. T .- : 3 . vt Qui'-' .' Y H 't -M X X All P 27 Cf'c'Cc'U 35' .-.ai PATRICIA COOKE AVN 'X - 'swf fvvif . W .2 i . , N 'W 2 v 9 'fl K If Q ,' ff 4... . RICHARD COY ROBERT CRANE THOMAS CRAWFORD Hood Track 2, 3, Letterman 2, 3, Swimming 2, Letterman 2, Mov- ie Club 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew Club 2, 3, Spring Play Cast 3, 4, Big Show Cast 4, Honor Study Hall Bandida Stage Crew Club 2, 3, Spring Play Cast 2, 3, Big Show 4. Tom Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Concert Band 2, Marching Band 2, Pit Band 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 4, Golf Club 2, Pep Band 2, 2, 3, 4. Swim Show 2, 3, 4. Phe conclusion of three long years of hard Work Kay F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Spring Sports Attendant 3, Swim Club 3, 4, Big Show Cast 3, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Hall Guard 2, Senior Assembly 4, N.H.S. 4. KAY CROBAUGH X , 'N - ,gt ' QlEimvV.:'L" by ,jfs 'rn " 3- 'eli f . ,V fri , X . 3 K L f- ,,,,,,,-,5.,, ,,,, Anna N.H.S. 3, 4, G.L.C. 4, I.Q.S. 3, 4, C.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Survey Reporter 3, Cub Reporter 2, Survey Front Page Editor 4, N.F.L. 3, Prom Com. 3, Friend- ship 2, 3, Hall Guard 3. ANNA CRONE Seniors checking coats at the door. 11 Q J' I . I ll Don't panic, Kal. s I -lx , h 12- F , I AK Q' ik- ahl . Q . . -ws xi I J' xx.. 91' . . it . A , 1, ., x l . 1 LX-' . - ,z , t L it . 3' xxx g i 4 , , 1 R- -, -., ' - X CAROL CRUM Crunzh N.F.L. 3, 43 N.H.S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Prom Com- mittee 2, 3, 41 Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: P.A. Club 2, 3, An- nouncer 2, Technician 3: All School Play Cast 2, Prod. Statl' 2, 3, 43 Play Night Cast 3, Prod. Staff 2, 3, 41 Spring Play Prod. Staff4g Euclidian Rep. 23 Survey Rep. 23 Friendship Club 2, Ush- ering 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Monitor 2, Sec. 31 Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, E-Room Com- mittee 21 Spirits Club 4. WILLIAM CUSTARD Will Swimming 2, 3, 43 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Choir 2: Choral Masters 3, 43 Euclidian Editorial Stall 4. With the opening of our Social Room . . . Judy -.A.A. 45 Ad Club 2, Mega- none Club 2, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 43 'onor Study Hall 3. JUDITH CVITKOVIC L . 1:7 y Red Choir 2, Choral Masters 41 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Fore- men's Club 4. WILLIAM DAILEY 45.1 Alarflyn G.A.A. 33 Prom Committee 33 Friendship Club 2. 4. MARILYN DALTON X? Judi G.A.A. 43 Megaphone Club 2 Hall 2, 3. JUDITH DANNA in 4,1 in-cal V Euclidian Rep 3, 41 Honor Study 44? GAIL DAVID Gail N.H.S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, P.A. Club 3, 4, Technician 3, 45 Play Night Cast 3, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Choir3g Choral Masters4g Mad- rigals 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Asst. Copy Edit. 4g Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2. Rog Football 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4. ROGER DEISTER QI' Y-'Y' no ,ag '45',,' 3. ty ,Q QP- A'-S 322 "Q, Q m , ' if , til I , ' I 4efX'iEiC ffkg R ,t N 4 - . 1 I - KIRK DAVIS Kirk P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Technician 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. The election Lou-Lou MARY LOU DeLARRE ,A JOHN DAWSON Big John 3' ,f DIANA DEAN Diana Friendship Club 4. of our class officers . . . Well, Dior, do I get the job? 4 .f" n. F 400 I 'QS' I ,,..-tv NH, 13- . '- -fs .. nfif,-""' 1 swat: 1- 2 A Q a .1 1 Q Jaffa f 114' .sm- ff f S7471 R I fl I 5:53 l 11 I, il 'RVN il Q -Q -1- -31 N . N .1 5 'Z xt. NN.: i A 1 A i N ... , 4 -.:.. . Q Q' SQ, tml' 1 N Iv .4 5, 'X it vi , , .. 1 . ., 'Hn-. 'S ' ' - " 1 2 51 -sq-A . .- N . "' ' ts sc .if L i1. 1 rx W ' vi 1 my . ey ,. 32 I iv . 'sifgsp ' is Q i ,ve , , 2' ' '- .J ,L f' It . 5: Y . fiigigfiff . 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LYNNA DEMMERLE -T r Mary Anne G.A.A. 43 Student Council Alt. 43 Homecoming Committee 4, Big Show Cast 45 Choir 43 Friendship Club 2, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Library Monitor 4. MARY ANNE DeSANTIS K ik' "nu '73 CYNTHIA DELGADO Cindy Bookstore Worker 4, Big Show 4g Friendship Club 4. The Senior Lawyer N.A.S.S. 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Letterman 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 45 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, E-Room Committee 3, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4: Pit Band 2, 3, N.H.S. 4, Buckeye Boys' State Representative 3. GERALD DiCUCCIO 31 i kj-'JY ROBERT DELLY Bob Big Show Prod. Staff 2, Band 41 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 3, 4. Part ... Cookie F.T.A. 23 Survey 2, Friendship Club 2, 3. ERMINA DiSANTIS 05 w if is----v' DAVID DOLCH Dave Cross-country 4, Tennis 2, 35 Swimming 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Choir 23 Choral Masters 3, 4, Treas. 4. mn 'Q'-+--r JOSEPH DOLJACK Joe Foremen's Club 4. 4+- Ffa, ., 'nw' A Q' I 3 xO""'f7f BA 15 Ib: ,NN If s ' X DELORES DOMBROWSKI LINDA DOMIN Dee L Friendship Club 24 Honor Study F,T,A, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, B Hall 2- Show Prod. Staff 3, Friendsh Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 3, Hom Study Hall 4, Monitor 4. ur last high school sports seasons . . . Denny Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. DENNIS DONAHUE 9224 Vt:-Jr' Judi G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 3, Friendship Club 2, 4. .IUDITH DORN NA' Ti? 32 Stick around, I can't find my gum. f . 2 gr'f.?'lQ'g"i"' Z' I' . fb - 4, .. . was .55 I Ar.. 4, infra ' UH, . . f.. s,,.,5 1 Yi' 5 -1.-.Momma .. 1.3146 t. 2? The Senior line for Homecoming tickets formed at 7:30. . gt- 'Ewi ttrwt 5 .2 1 'ff' 'Wa 'frellf DALE DOUGLASS Doug Football 25 Big Show 2, 45 Con- cert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 N.H.S. 4. . . . and our spirit sweaters for the Boosh Class Guidance Council 3, 45 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 25 Pit Band 25 Euclidian Rep 25 Foremen,s Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4. PETER DRAGAS T' Drac Student Council Rep. 4: Home- coming Committee 45 Cafeteria Committee 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Bookstore Worker 45 N.H.S. 45 Honor Study Hall 2, 35 Golf Club 2, DANIEL DRAGOLIC f-Q' 17"-...'L'-7' Siu Track Manager 35 Tennis 25 Class Cabinet 41 Student Coun- cil 25 Camera Club 35 Honor Study Hall 3. STUART DRITZ s-AY? To it 'lN'iY 'Sf RAYMOND DOYLE Raj Cross-country 3, 45 Truck 23 Class Cabinet 45 Honor Study Hall 2, 3: Golf Club 4. girls . . . PATRICIA DROSKE L. 'ft ' , . H75 .rv gs- Q1 tr'-""" al 'Q ROBERT DUSHAK DANE DVORAK RUSSELL ECKERMAN Dane Efk Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 45 Cross-Country 2: Basketball 2. Student Council 4, Honor Study 49 Key Club 2, 3, 45 SUFVBY 23 Hall 2. Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 5 5. ALMA ECKERT Aln N.H.S. 3, 4, Student Council 2 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Co-Chair man Magazine Drive 4, Conces sions Committee 3, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4. ur 1958 Senior Homecoming . . . GoGi G.A.A. 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Mon- itor 3, Friendship Club 2, 4. GOLDIE EISEN Jerry N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, Class Guidance Coun- cil 3, Student Council 4, V. Pres. 4, Exec. Board 4, Euclidian Rep. 3, Honor Study Hall 3, Spirits Club 4, Pres. 4, N.H.S. 4. JEROME EISMAN N 1-mfr The pause that refreshes. A , +A., 4. -if 1 I7 4 , l l. 2 l What's so interesting in the girls gym class, boys? Epi!! I ,ll f x HERMAN EPPICH Bud Movie Club 2: Honor Study Hall 4. The trading and treasuring of Senior ' Suzie SUE ERICKSON fi' x.-,JU Espo F.T.A. 45 World Affairs 45 Class Cabinet 25 Prom Committee 35 Megaphone Club 2, 3, 45 J.V. Cheerleader 2, Varsity Cheer- leader 3, 45 Big Show 3, 45 Choir 35 Choral Masters 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, V. Pres. 25 Madrigals 45 Euclidian Rep 2, 35 Friendship Club 25 Honor Study Hall 45 Senior Assembly 4. PAULINE ESPOSITO Barb F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 45 G.A.A. 2, 45 Student Council 2, 35 All School Play Prod. Staff 35 Play Night Prod. Staff 35 Choir 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Survey 3, 4, Editorial Staff 3, 45 Eucuyo 45 Friendship Club 2, 3 4, Ush- ering 35 N.H.S. 4. BARBARA EVANS fi it i Yr- l L x 35 4-L 3 'Q .5 fmx, 'WX ANNE ERICKSON Sis G.A.A. 45 Class Cabinet 45 Friendship Club 2, 4. P1Ctl11'CS . . . John Movie Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 35 Class Cabinet 2. JOHN FELLOWS H90 tv--"f 3 fi! Al' ,unadu- Ifxfq Q-If-f EDWARD FERKO lf' I :NVY -Jaw. , DOROTHY FIPOLT I Ed Q91 Dori F00tba1l 2, 34 Wrestling 2, 3, 4, 'Al ' Friendship Club 2, 3. Letterman 4g Baseball 2, Letter- " 'L man's Club 4, Key Club 45 E I Honor Study Hall 3, 4. I' y ,ox is-P M MARIE FERRERO DENNIS FIKE . . Marie ' Denny FF1e1'ldSh1P Club 4- V Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, N: z Honor Study Hall 2, 43 Letter- K X .3 man's Club 4. ' ". .. ' . B? f , m x -,f kb t X :fy W- xx if sf - . 'F' 2 I4 I .A ' 1 'ff """ Qlffix.-fi? Spirit was boosted by our nameless spook. 1A ,QA LJ 2 df' ,,,...v-f- M.. rs Wi 36 JOYCE FISCHER Joyce Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3,4, Head Majorette4g Big Show Cast 3, 4g Friendship Club 25 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. .IUDITH FISHER Judy G.A.A. 2, 45 Majorette Club 2: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4g Friend- ship Club 2, Ushering 25 Honor Study Hall 2. i jj A. N'-ee ifkanih. Mr. McColeman reads student personality from handwirting. RICHARD FOLK Rich Football 2, 33 Concert Band 2, 3, 4. LEE FOSTER NANCY FOY Nanc F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Ush- ering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Big Show Prod. Stal? 4. Xa. 9 rv sf .g, 'Ibane- V . , i rl QW Q...u. .--tg I .4 -. SHARON FORKER E' DIANE FRANCEL Diane Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year ANN FREED Ann G.L.C. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Medal- winner 33 Movie Club 33 Friend- ship Club 3 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Hall Guard 4: N.H.S. 4. IN F Q49 K t-1 .. i Q A . 4-3 7' -as vw! 'Sf V11 vw xlx4!li't...,t THOMAS FRENCH Tom Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Let- terman 3, 43 Wfesiling 23 B355 ball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Let- terman's Club 3, 4, Treas. 41 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Hall Guard 3, 4. MARTHA FRIDLEY Marti N.F.L. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Big Show Cast 3, Choral Masters 3, 4, Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. if s I, .X-F V nhsffif Who put rocks in my cello? , f "v' -vu -u .- . 4.-Af--w.mm1 w1wn-umwng R. .. 9 Q:'g3.:.,, ' f I CAROLINE FUCHS Carol F.N.A. 4. RITA FULTON Rita N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. - Treas. 3, Pres. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, World Affairs 3,49 G.A.A. 3, Stage Crew Club 2, 3j'Al1 School Play Cast 3, Prod. Staff 3, Play Night Cast 2, Prod. Staff 3, Springl Play Prod. 'Staff 2, Big Show Cast 3, Choral Masters 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Euclidian Business Staff 4, Advertising Manager 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Friendship Club 23 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4. JOANNE GAJDZINSKI Jo Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. GEORGE GEDDES Red Ken has a reel job. RITA GEZANN Reel Big Show Band 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pitt Band 2, 3, 4. KENNETH GIBB Gibbie Big Show Prod. Staff 3, Band 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4g Pit Band 4: Pep Band 4. SUSAN GIBBS Sue World Aifairs 33 Survey Rep, 33 Honor Study Hall 3g Friend- ship Club 2. ANTHONY GILDONE Tiger Wrestling 2, 3. 4, Letterman 43 Track 3, 4, Letterman 4, Letter- man's Club4: Student Council41 Big Show Cast 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4. GERALDINE GNIDOVEC Gert G.A.A. 2, 3, Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GOBLE Gobble N.H.S. 3, 4, Pres. 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Track 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet3g Class Guidance Coun- cil 3, Spring Sports Junior Prince 3: Student Council 2, Exec. Board 43 Honor Study Hall Committee Chairman 45 Social Committee 43 Swim Club 2, 33 Hall Guard 2, 3, Captain 23 Euclidian Editorial Staff 4, Asst. Picture Edit. 41 Honor Study Hall 2, Monitor 2g Spirits Club 3, 4, Treas. 41 Survey Rep. 2: Buckeye Boys' State Represen- tative 4. JUDITH GOELLNER Juafv Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Friend. ship Club 2. JERRY GOLDLUST .ferry P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Treas. 3, 4, Fall Play Cast 33 Play Night Cast 2, 33 Spring Play Cast 33 Honor Study Hall 3, Monitor 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Senior Assem- bly 4g N.H.S. 4. -Q WILLIAM GORSE Bill N.A.S.S. 3, 44 Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Letterman'2, 33 Track 2, 3g Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, 45, Student Council 25 Big Show Cast 2,,3, 4, Choir 23 Choral Masters 3, 4, V. Pres. 43 Euclidian Business Staff4g Hon- or Study Hall 3, Spirits Club 3, 4g N.H.S. 4. RICHARD GOSS Dick Foremen's Club 4. TOULA GOULIS Toula G.A.A. 4, Friendship Club 3, 4. DONALD GRANT Jim Cross-country 3, 4. Flo N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T,A. 2, 3 4, Exec. Board 3, 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 All School Play Prod. Stal? 23 Stage Crew Club 23 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Choral Masters 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Euclidian Business Staff 4, Sec. 43 Friendship Club , 2, 3, Ushering 2, 33 Honor Study f Hall 3. MARILYN GRIMM Grimsie F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Council Alt. 23 All School Play Prod. Staff 43 Survey Edi- torial Staff 2, 3, 43 Eucuyo 4, Essay Edit. 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 33 Concession Worker 2, 33 N.H.S. 4. The E-Room's lively at noontime. WESLEY GRANVILLE Weslon Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4. MARJORIE GRDANC Marge World AH'airs 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. WALTER GRISARD Wally Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball 23 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 23 Honor Study Hall 4. .""",,4 LORENE GRONERT Lori F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Big Show Prod. Staff 33 Concert Band 3, 43 Marching Band 3, 43 Pit Band 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ush- ering 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, AN. 43 Concession Worker. fx QIILF' 41 FLORENTINE GREENWAY Mm.-. . dt- 4 6 ff y 'K' ' ! . ,- 'I Ir'-rl" . fi ---1 we 41 " 'H A I 4 .J I sf' N . 'ii X -N far- 45 1 4 sg' J f B f - ,- 'H sa g , . ':,. A,.,-,. 3, , x 731-. V ,QQ 515.34 "' '. 3 , 2 : Ai.. is ' . X . ,-. Cx c-.1 , f"r ' by lk A ,cr 'V ,' , -K. .6 H N X Phi 1 s f ,N 41? RICHARD GRUM Rich Honor Studyj Hall 25 Lab Assist- ant 4: N.H.S, 4. ALAN GUNTON Ame Baseball 2, Letterman's Club 2. One nickel gives two candy bars and lOc change? , ' ", 1... " f,2',.' 6 , I sr, 3' A I .. ig, x A 9 J' 1 lb 4' 'A . , . F' u ' We A is-., W, A lb, 3 0 X N y ' x " 3. 1 -k A 5 A az:-:Q .sa jf- M 5 F " T:-1 tl ,yd -.-af' 2, xx XQS. , , .ff 335, fa . FTE Il"SS."-"1 , 4 -. 'vi'- . .,,.t.. , , sggegw- f -4. +I . CAROL GUTH Guthie F.T.A. 3, ,World Affairs 4, G.L.C. 4, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 43 ENQAQ 4, All School Play Prod.'Q-Staff'4g Friendship Club 2, 3, Egeggoard 3, Ush- ering 3g HonorQStudy Hall 2, 3, Monitor 31H3.ll"GL13.l'd 4g N.H.S 4. ELEANORE HAASE Kitty BARBARA HAFFEY Barbie F.T.A. 2, 3g G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 33 Homecom- ing Attendant 3, Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. BARBARA HAMILTON Barb Honor Study Hall 3, 4. CHARLOTTE HARRIS Char l.Q.S. 41 N.H.S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 34 G.L.C. 4: G.A,A. 2, 3, 4: Class Sec. 4g Class Cabinet 43 Euclidizin Editorial Stuff 4, Asst. Editor-in-Chief 43 Friendship Club 2, Ushering 25 Honor Study Hall 2, 31 Hull Guard 3. F...-nv It could be you! LEE HAMMEL Lee Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3g Tennis 2, 3, Letterman's Club 2, 3, Student Council 4, Home- coming Committee 4g Big Show Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Eucuyo 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Pep Band 2, 3, 4g Senior Assem- bly 4. WILLIAM HAMNER Wee Wfllv Honor Study Hall 2. EILEEN HARRIS Ike CLARENCE HART Clancy Honor Study Hall 2, 3. GAI L HATTENDORF Gai! G.A.A. 2, 3, 44 Survey Editorial Staff 4: Friendship Club 2, 31 Honor Study Hall 2. 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. .-rf'-Q. h -X fn - .-. . AM I :, .W 3' Z 1 , F M' X f nf- 44 1 + 0,15 Qi' CAROL HEINTZ Carol F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, Friend- ship Club 2, 4g Senior Assembly 4. JEFFREY HERBST A 'T -Y, If , , 3? V uV . U'nx'f',51fi , H - . "T":',, 9 u f, Q , ,LQ 1 m vig :W Q Nimf.,--' 1 . W,i. Hang St. Joeisl S l SANDRA HIGGINS A Sandi Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. G.A.A. 4. ROBERT HIGHLAND Winks Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4g Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Baseball 25 Track 3, Letterman's Club 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. MARYLEE HIRKO Mel Friendship Club 2. DOROTHY HITTY I Datty N.F.L. 3, 1.Q.s. 4, G.A.A. 4, Student Council- 3, Cafeteria Guard Captain 53, All School Party Committee '3,,Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod Staff 3, Pro- gram Chairman-I 33 Euclidian Business Staif 4, Treas. 43 Friend ship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 3, Senior Assembly 4g Concession Worker 4, N.H.S. 4. What a stupe! NANCY HLAD Nanc Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. G.A.A. 4, Student Council Alt. 4g Friendship Club 3, 4. CHARLES HOCEVAR Chuck N.A.S.S. 3, 4g Cross-country Captain 4, Letterman 3, 4, Track Letterman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4: Big Show Band 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. ,fx 'ii Q-"' T 'Rx fk ',M,. L. BEVERLY HODGSON Bev Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. LEON HODKEY Leon MATTHEW HGDNIK Mai! Football Trainer-Manager 3, 43 Cross-country 25 Wrestling Trainer 3, 43 Baseball 4, Trainer 2, 3, Letterman's Club 3, 4, JONI HOLZMER Joni F.T.A. 31 G.A.A. 2, 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, 3, 4. 451 tri. f , fs.. 'slim It , sl In , 475 ,- if.. L 1-5.- Q - 3 at C HO, ,wtf . ' KATHLEEN ROCKS - ' Kathy f F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, District Rep. 4, G.L.C. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4,V. Pres. 4, Student Council 2, Hall Guard Captain 4, Ad Club 3, 4, Mega- 5 phone Club 2, Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Advertising Manager 1, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 2, N.H.S. 4 ' - Wx wi.. , 5 ff Ng! BYRON HORTER NEW' w"""""fY if i . A was honored for outstanding service iand the Pan- were MARTIN HOWARD Marty Wrestling 2, 3, Student Council 2, Cafeteria Guard 2, Big Show Band 2, 4, Prod. Staff 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Senior Assembly 4. PHILIP HOWARD Phil Football 2, Cross-country 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Let- terman's Club 4, Big Show Band 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 4, Pep Band 3, 4. RICHARD HUNTER Rich Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Student Council 2, 3, Swim Club 2, Choir 3, Choral Masters 4. RANDALL HURLBURT ' A Randy N.H.S. 2, 3, 4,eTennis 4, Let- terman 4, Swimming 3, 4, Let- terman 4, Lettermarfs Club 4, Student Council 3, 4, Exec. Board 4, Hall Guard Co-Ordina- tor 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Survey 4, Euchyo 4, Spirits Club 4, Senior Assembly 4. ii 2 Come on fellas, it's all water . . . ALICE HUUSARE Alice 'AI" 3 1.Q.s. 4g G.A.A. zg Mnjnrene vt.. ' Club 2, 3g F.N.A. 4g Euclidian A fm , Editoria1StaFf 4, Asst. Mounting i 3' '-. -'W' 3,4 Edit. 4g Friendship Cinb 2, 3, -. X 'f ., Ushering 3g Honor Study Hall 2 13 . -.K I 2, 35 Euclidian Rep 25 Conces- D ' ,sion Worker 4. :41 Q V N , Q :ze --'ii,. .., , ERNEST IAFELICE Worm MONA IAFELICE M0 G.A.A. 2g Class Cabinet 43 Meg- aphone Club 2, 3g J.V. Cheer- leader 2, Captain 25 F.N.A. 4g All School Play Prod. Staff 2' .im ww -AY, , 7 i 9? ff... -lv Friendship Club 2, Ushering Q-.....y Honor Study Hall 4g Senior Assembly 4. DOLORES INGRAM Dee G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 43 Spring Sports Attendant Zg Homecoming Queen 43 Mega- phone Club 2, 3, 45 J.V. Cheer- leader 2g Varsity Cheerleader 4g Big Show Cast 3g Choir 3g Girls' Glee Club 25 Friendship Club 25 Honor Study Hall 41 Hall Guard 4g Senior Assembly 4. MARILYN JACK Jack G.A.A. 2, 4g All School Play Prod. Staff 2g Friendship Club 2g Honor Study Hall 2. STEVE JACOBELLIS Curley Honor Study Hall 3g Forernen's fu 5 l . I 1 Y .hi ' 31,11 if. -. 1-aku . , A ',D'i fr'-v we .f' "?"""'x - i '..:f - E was g jf 3 Q' ni' 9 STD' gig Club 4. l Q.-,fi lv I ffi vii LYNN JAFFRAY Jef F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 3, 45 Prom Committee 31 Hall Guard 43 Survey Business Stal? 3, 4, Asst. Circulation Manager 4, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2. 'Hu 115 qfs at y '1"1:'tr' Q-TTT' VZ" I RICHARD JAMBOR CLAYTON JAMES MARLAND JOHNSOD Sonny Mariana Prom Committee 3, 43 Hall Guard 3, 4g Big Show Cast 4g Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4, Mon- itor 3g Senior Assembly 4. Football 3g Track 3, 4g Class Cabinet 4. The Fall Pla and our Choral Programs . . . Guess who's a late, late movie fan? 1 l 41rn--wli' x111 . -1 .,.. 1-5"-1 Y,,nh,HH Q x ff' i ' i JR XX 1 f"N '15 YZ? Bw, if PAUL JONES LINDA JUDICE RACHEL KAPFERER John Paul Lin Rflfhff Movie Club 3, 4. JOANN KASTELLIC Ja G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Survey Rep 2, 3, 4, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, Hall Guard 4. F.T.A. 2, 3, 41 World Affairs 3: G.L.C. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Class V. Pres. 25 Class Cabinet 2, Prom Commit- tee 3, 4, Megaphone Club 2, Fall Play Prod. Staff 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Euclidian Rep. 2, 3, 4, Survey Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4g Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monitor 3. '57 G.A.A. 23 Junior Red Cross 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 43 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY KELLAS Kel Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Prom Committe 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Euclid Rep. to County Council 31 Euclidian Business Staff 4, Football Con- cession Manager 4g Honor Stu- dy Hall 3, 4, Monitor 4g Spirits Club 4. 3: RONALD KASUNIC 5 . rx 5 ROGER KEI-I-EHER R011 gl i ' - , ,., Basketball 2, 3, 4. Q U tf. NlfWfLg i. . X. V -. K- I ,, f '72 11573 LINDA KARLIN Kim N,F.L. 43 G.A.A. 2: Class Cab- inet 2: Class Guidance Council 3, Prom Committee 3, 43 Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Cafeteria Guard 3, Megaphone Club 2, 33 J.V. Cheerleader Z5 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Sec. 33 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4g Survey Editorial Staff 4, Typist 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4g Ushering 23 Senior Assembly 4. F 5 T7 ,gc 'As.' F 40-64' f - :wr 11 v e ' Mil' ! ,', --. 7-I A ,. rg- 'Hb I: iqwwf Xft f V 255,55 ,,,-f lf ' Hx 54 V SSP, .f at, , at 3, 5 r I W 3 R 3 X X DALE KELLOGG Dale N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Cross-country 35 Track 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Let- terman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. ROBERT KELSO Bob World Affairs 3: Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 41 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. fv9"x fig.. fi! QI,-r y tn-I-9' f"t 4 7'4f"f'4""','1F 4 RICHARD KERZIC LAUREL KIMEN Dick Lauri' Movie Club 2, 3, 41 Play Night 23 F-N-A 33 Honor 5lUdY H2111 3 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 3, ASSY- SCC. 3- The annual drives Sue takes a sneak preview of the Senior Assembly. as-" I -1 A ? 5 5 'Q',""' C:"" CHRISTOPHER KIRK MARY LOU KISH Chris ey Club 2, 3, Concert Band 2, Survey Rep. 2. W1 V? 41,4 X ' X f .93 fl, -J' 1 ' ,AJ ,ef 5- - f - BARBARA KLANN Barb G.A.A. 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Assembly 4. for magazines and tax stamps . . . JUDITI-I KLOS KY Judy F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain4, swim Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Stage Crew Club 2, All School Play Cast 2, Prod. Staff 2, 4, Play Night Prod. Staff 3, 4, Spring Play Prod. Staff 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Cadet Choir 2, Friend- ship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, Thespians 4, Scribe 4, N.H.S. 4. LINDA KLOSS Rusty F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Ad Club 2, 3, 4, Megaphone Club 2, Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Friendship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 3. Y ,tim ff, ,S -qw ,Q E 90 N la.. We af ff 1,3 fu? I JOHN KNACK Terry Swimming 2, Letterman 2: Key Club 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, 4. ,-,A pp 3 4 U MARILYN KLEINHENZ Terri G.A.A. 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2. -1 X -, A4 Q If X 4 'X - A I ...nfs N ELAINE KNOCH si' ' X affix x Elaine b 'V ' G.A.A. 3, Class Cabinet 4, 1 ' Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. ' 'GTX fa. 8 . if 4' T'-fv F . tiff. -:f u K V- ' Q i 51 f Misa U . g-,Vx,, 7-'X K lx K, t 'sl' 'Lav- ",....C' 45-vw JAMES KOCJAN MICHAEL KOCJAN vi -55, + 'Ju .Ll 'wif' . Wd. ,. yn' -4 ' S nilv' 7"ff"Tii'3 3 ff? ,l Igyf' M . A picture for what book? A xg ,gk -V 1 ' 3 E 3 QW' :rr ""' .F Mike ' A Qs M. Qwxes-we . gf' X ' .N . Y 1 JOANN KOETH Josie lass Guidance Coun- cil 2' Prom Commi ttee 3, 45 Homecoming Attendant 23 Hall Guard 3 4' Student 3g Megaphone Club 2 Council 2, 3, 43 J.V. Cheerleader 2, Varslt Cheer leader 3, 4g Play Nig Big Show Cast 3g Club 2, Ushering 25 y . ht Cast 3g Friendship onor Stu- G.A.A. 23 C H M dy Hall 3, 4, Sec 3, Senior Assembly 4. I F1 .M .gi t.. Q X wwf, -, , N..- C ,,,. . .. . I JK' N onitor 4: !""""""' 1-If WT xii? ROBERT KOSMAN Bob Key Club 2, 3, 44 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. .,.,.., ., 'BV' 11!"gl i i fn f , .544 . 'ii 4 . 'df . .. .f J XL 5 I s . 198. QR f 5 ' Q . f 1-JF 4 .k, Q .rj x , X f- ai? ug' 'STL' s HARLOTTE KOTZMANN JUNE KOVACH Charlotle June Bug Fransferred to Euclid in Junior G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council Year. 2, 33 Choir 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 2. A . ,i-r fx, E .3 , . , 5 1' A 1 w i 4:2211 A H 347 itll i w. i-.v' , A f ' .MEL 4 233. g.LfL.Qgagii,.. SHIRLEY KOVACH Shir! G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Hall Guard 4. Test after test after test JAMES KozAK '-3l LINDA KRASNY Jim ' ' . Kms Class Cabinet 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. ARLENE KOZELY , '15 Y--.-I G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Class Cabinet 33 Prom Committee 33 Ad Club 2, 3, 43 Choral Masters 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, V. Pres. 33 Madri- gals 43 Friendship Club 23 Hon- or Study Hall 43 Homecoming Committee 4. E, . FRAN KOWATZ Fran F.T.A. 43 Friendship Club 3, 43 Senior Assembly 4. fi -csv ,f get Q JN fir f DENNIS KRAUSE Denny Class Cabinet 4. Q AL- ' 'CS' ...bw I -4. T -9 'Eiffel f l .ll K- th f: 6-1:5 t 4.1! 'l""""""' 5 . M ff ' . ig' ,W -A In f, 3 if 45 .J fx "' 4, X DIANE KRIVEC Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. CONNIE KRUEGER Dee j,'m 'VN GAIL KRUPITZER Gail F.N.A, 4g Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. Betty Crocker for the girls . Beat it, Cupid. ,u 'H 1 s CAROLYN KUBALA - Cube F.T.A. 2, 3,.4ggEucIidian Edito- rial Staff4, Copy Edit. 4g Friend- ship Club 2,?3, 45 Honor Study Hall 2, 3g N.H.S. 4. W xx X S ' .... , v..,N..-h 1 ' . K NANCY KUSAK VH. J r WNY'-ass: xi: Qlyll A , ' '- 231 .ff 7 4 sw y If 'fx .r Y - -:V " NY'-41" ALFRED KUTHE MARY ANN LACNY Mary Ann Golf 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3g Honor Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Study Hall 2, 3. Club 25 Honor Study Hall 3. "Kgs, ids-1, ANNETTE LANESE Annette F.T.A. 4g G.A.A. 4g Class Guid- ance Council 3g Prom Commit- tee 3g Student Council 4g Libra- ry Monitor 4g Homecoming Committee 41 Ad Club 3, 41 Jun- ior Red Cross 2, 3g Survey 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 41 Hon- or Study Hall 2, 3. Senior Scholarship, hio State Psychological . . . CAROL LANGA DANIEL LANSER Danny Choir 23 Choral Masters 3, 4g Honor Study Hall 3. ROBERT LARKIN Ken lf 'fu' JANICE LAUSIN Jan F.T.A. 2: G.A.A. 2, 3g Majorette Club 3, 4g Majorette 4, Friend- ship Club 2, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 'VX aw aw ig N-A-mf pt' fins 'V'- Q--4' CHARLES LAWSON C huck Football 25 Baseball 45 Tennis 4g Swimming 2, 3, 4g Swim Club 2, 43 Hall Guard 3. 'TR W :J 'Gif-7 wp-f 75's- MAXINE LEE BARBARA LEGE BARBARA Max Barb World AfTaifS 4g G-A-A 3, 44 World Affairs 4g G.A.A. 3g Ma- PFOIH Committee 39 GiflS' Glee jorette Club 23 Euclidian Rep. 45 Club 29 Friendship Club 25 Hon- Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, or Study Hall 3, Monitor 3. and college boards . . . Three lost souls in the senior assembly. '52 LELAND ...N ..... ,Q ,iz K X- S... ' 'X r A W. X fm N X 'CIT' sw? A X QS.. Q'N' S,m ' , f 75. 4 , Q- .L. " fL,,,f I , A 4 te: -Q ,ff ,.A' I r 1.. . I QI -VQQ A f' - A...Q SANDRA LENTZ JOHN LEVAK ur last set of final DIANE LIKOVIC Ace Megaphone Club 2, Friendship Club 2. JEAN LILLEY Jean F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, F.N.A. 4, Intercouncil Rep. 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. 31-515 aqift' YM7 4 Q e ,lr ANNEMARIE LEVY Tana G.A.A, 4, Friendship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4, N.H. S. 4. CXZIIIIS . . . CHARLES LINDBERG Chuck ' 105 ,F '. A-. tkvrwr 559' i We 'N , .' WILLIAM LEWIN Willie N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4, Mon- itor 2, 3. .TOYCE LINDBLAD Joyce F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Class Cabinet 4, Student Council 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Friend- ship Club 2, V. Pres. 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Monitor 3, N. H. S. 4. rs-fl s. '-b 'Dux 21. fs 1nw,,,,,, .6, ' .- wi- : ,1 NANCY LINK Nan N.H.S. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3: Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Exec. Board 3, 43 Hall Guard 2, 33 Eu- cuyo 2, 33 Friendship Club 2, Sec. 2, Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. ii KAR EN LINSZ Kal 1.Q.S. 43 N.H.S. 43 G.L.C. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Megaphone Club 2, 43 J.V. Cheerleader 23 Varsity Cheerleader 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Choral Masters 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Staff Edit. 43 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Big Show Cast 43 Survey Rep. 33 Euclidiari Rep. 23 Senior Assembly 4. 25 f: '-21514, Q. 4. GERALD LISS Basketball 2. im' 3 +5,,,.r 5 Jerry .9-,A 71 ""inv MARY ANN LONG Appl ing to colleges anc Seniors on the march for victory. .Q Yi 9-uf X 5 7 X lf, X t Nt X X X N X Y' wk X Saw' Q XX 1 if-,. .- Nix Q, " Sk5sSQf.QX' 5kv3 4 . Q Ip . ax s. , . V. " .y ,-3 , xii-s. Q-Q. .s.: ,y.v,1fs X Q .X Us X X N 'Q X X' X N X X N XX, ,txtgk 5 N x + X sw X N 'X xt l :Muffy fl- st-3'j Ai 5 .535 . , 'MSW fgyfff' . , W , Y f s Q Q! v,.v QLZL., 'A ' -1.5 gg fn ' 'N .wg C 3 i AMES LUETKEMEYER TERRY LYON Jim Terry wimming 2g Honor Study Hall 3. nticipating acceptance . . . SHIRLEY MAGARGIL Shirley G.A.A. 3. DONALD MARGO Mike Cross-country 23 Track 23 Stage Crew Club 43 Big Show Cast 2, 33 Choir 2, 3g Choral Masters 4. ,in- -an-f 3 imp-mf 'Q' ?- 3 ,. CAROLYN MacDOUGAL Mac F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Stu' ent Council 3g Spring Play Prod. Staff 33 Big Show Prod. Staff 33 Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Euclidian Business Staff 4, Circulation Manager 43 Survey 23 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 3, Monitor 3. BERNARD MARINCIC Bern Foremen's Club 4. MARY ANN MAROVICH Mare Friendship Club 43 Honor Study Hall 4. L I ,nik-I l l ' V A J' 'yifa ,,,-fl ' NANCY MAEDER Nan World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 3, 4: Student Council 33 Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2. Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Survey Rep. 2. T wav ix 'H 4, f , . 5 , s Q. - N , V, , t. 3 L0 .. , fl? ,.,.s.?K I ANDREW MARSH G0 'T--1' . . "' JF' f""v'T'9 -'rv' -G7 Andy Hall Guard 3. JUDITH MARTIC Judy Honor Study Hall 2 3 VU" li' gf' . , 3 x at V2 fav? A f ,X X , 'N ! .- i f M f' ' Q ,fi ,..., .V ' , 1 'sv - ' -1 . , V , 56.0 , 'uh 4' V ' J - NWN.. " "-,I Brig' Wg! , I , l' miwlx . K4 Fx X LINDA MCCORMACK Linda F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Dis- trict Rep. 3, 4g G.L.C. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Majorette Club 2, 3, Choir 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2g Survey 4, Asst. Advertising Man- ager 4g Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 23 Hall Guard 3, Concession Worker 2. CLARICE MCDIFFITT Clarice Student Council 4, Junior Red Cross 2, School Rep. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Friendship Club 2, 4, Ushering 2. X 60 KENNETH MCELWAIN Ken Movie Club 2, 3, 4, PreS. 2, 3, 4- BARBARA MCGLINCHEY Barb Friendship Club 2. Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we put on the assembly. 1 Q 45 D- JAMES MCGOWEN I ' . NANCY MCKNIGHT - b I 1 YV. "Q , '- Nancy rx ,,,1fg- ' F.T.A. 3, Friendship Club 4. ,lk 3' V, ' L 2- 2 , 'fi -.-. "' 1 ,. Um. fx' , 1 k Q '53 if v- ' K in - F Zv? 3, ilk-,Wff , , :L ht, Q, "Q W i f fa V , f 3 ...' Y If f LJ 31 L, ,, , .A-,.1 LEE MCGREGOR Wi? ' DALE MCMILLIN Mac Wrestling 23 Baseball 2g Swim- ming 3, 4, Letterman 43 Letter- man's Club 41 Class Treas. 43 Class Cabinet 43 Swim Club 33 1 'l!fuu.-.A N...-5 Concert Band 2g Marching Band 23 Swim Show 33 Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4. EDWARD MCNAMARA DIANE MCNEILLY I f A -s,,v Q Wa. f' by 1,3 nn.,-p Qi ,f 4 iz, 'Q--H" 3 i N LOUIS MEDEN Lou JAMES MEDVES is-I ffx. "Q Q:1"17" Jim Foremen's Club 4. DIANE MIKA Dee F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, Student Council 2, Homecoming Com- mittee 4g All School Party Com- mittee 4g Swim Club 2, 33 Ma- jorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3, 43 Bookstore ,Worker 23 Big Show Cast 3, 4, Prod. Staff 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, V. Pres. 2, Choir 3, Survey 3g Asst. Pro- gram Manager 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3g Senior Assembly 4, N.H.S. 4. WENDY MILLAR Wendy N.H.S. 3, 43 G.L.C. 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Megaphone Club 23 Stage Crew Club 2, All School Play Prod. .Staff 2, Euclidian Editorial Staff 45 Picture Edit. 4, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2g Honor Study Hall 2, 3. E' Q Q- 1. ', - .I i ' E B " . ,.' x , x f X , 'X- - . ...... . ' " ""l3""z,v I NQQ-,N Half time, bgys, 7 Dick 4 Honor Study Hall 2. .Q 'PN - T . A AL W S WP" -:k"l'f"r' if ., 51. jf .. fii:5:e , ' 7C3f1"E ""zI'-SQ f' will -., ,g-,,,,. ,,,.,,... , , ey ' A 4 'ti 1:2-ff rx 0674" .J -"7 , 'N ' . 1' '- if, . Y .- X THOMAS METZGER Tom , , x i, 62 , , Q fs DONALD MILLER Don Football Manager 2g Honor Stu- dy Hall 3. KAREN MILLER Carrie Class Cabinet 43 Majorette Club 2g Junior Red Cross 33 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4g Honor Study Hall 2, 3. SANDRA MILLER Sandy Class Cabinet 31 Student Coun- Cil 23 Majorette Club 2, 3g Me- gaphone Club 2, 33 Survey Busi- ness Staff 33 Honor Study Hall 33 Friendship Club 2. fe- -'x 'U 91' 'Yi A 4 QIU' 1 WALTER MILLER Tang: Big Show Prod. Staff 2, 33 Hon- or Study Hall 3, 4g Hall Guard 4. JOSEPH MILMONT Joe NORMA MILONE Irish G.A.A. 2g Junior Red Cross 23 Big Show 3: Choral Masters 3, 4g Honor Study Hall 33 Friend- ship Club 2, 3g Senior Assembly 4. gf- L tu- F-5 2:51 E qv lx' . at swlli g,, 'G , 5 ' 1. iv .J in ,ir 9 E' 15,104-V f jff'f"7l,i-4.-.' LEONARD MOCNY MARY ANN MOORE Len - . Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4: Fore- ""' itz. men's Club 3, 4. , g 463 -J-J : E... fa L X X l 1 . JACKSON MOHLER DENNIS MORGAN Little Jay - V Mo --A World Affairs 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, comm Band 4- 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, A v H? - Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Choral Masters Q., 3, 41 Madrigals 3, 4, Pep Band in ' 2, 3, 4. .-.-:A-s-1 X .7 1 , li 5 JOHN MOLLE Jack I'll bet Betty Crocker wouldn't pass this one. f"""' 0 "x BETH MONTANA Beth 154465 QA Q- 15 1 ' 5-. 'sh zz, y: , , Iwi' 5-F , Sa sl "ff L , . Q. 2 Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. G.A.A. 33 Majorette Club 3: Honor Study Hall 3, 4g Eu- clidian Rep. 4. 64 A Q . .ti:.m:S.i 5 Vx STANLEY WILLIAM MRAMER MORGENSTERN Bm A 3 Wrestling 33 Big Show 2, 3, 43 Mmgm '62 Choir 21Cl1OI'Lll Masters 3, 4. Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 23 Bowling 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2. JAMES MOYER Jim Class Guidance Council 2, 33 Student Council 23 Stage Crew Club Z3 Play Night Prod. StaiT23 Big Show Prod. Staff 2. .Qu--W 1,,,,v KAREN MUEHL Kar World Affairs 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Student Council 43 Homecoming Committee 43 All School Party Committee 33 Concession Worker 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 43 Senior As- sembly 4. DEVONA MUELLER Jill NANCY MUELLER Nan Student Council 2. ffl Q , l x 4 1 3 f' 'Q o I qu-wa., E- ' Q2 .'Jf'wM . :gg '--mp! 4 fs rv 9.4.44 , Q M 75 is- 'C15' 1-"X 'YQQ 'NJN' E fs uv I BARBARA MULFORD Barbie I.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.L.C. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 Concession Worker 25 All School Party Committee 35 Survey 4, Asst. Business Manager 45 Honor Stu- dy Hall 25 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2. qu-.n-up DOROTHY MURPHY Dottie F.T.A. 45 World Affairs 45 Prom Committee 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 25 Hall Guard 4. X kv 1 N .f E X I' . I X MARGARET MULHALL ROBERT MURPHY if: 'Y' ' Margie Murph I gb " ' I G.A.A. 45 Megaphone Club 35 World Affairs 45 Stage Crew N All School Play Prod. Staff 25 Club 45 Play Night Prod. Staff 3, A 'Qu ' Big Show Prod. Staff 25 Friend- 45 Spring Play 45 Hall Guard 4. 'VA bf Q- ship Club 2, 4. .R . RA, X Y. X ,fy , f so n ,I e' SV". ' 'fx ?,,,-164-: f - Pie., . ' 5 5 , I X 1 it l RITA MULLALLY Rita Friendship Club 25 Honor Study Advertising Manager, paper weight, what more Hall 2. could one Senior want? lx fbi Q43 is--ffl MARYANN MULLIN Moons F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 45 Stu- dent Council 3, 45 All School Party Committee 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 Hall Guard 4. , . s n 13 66 PATRICIA MUSCENTI Pat G.A.A. 2, 4g Class Cabinet 4, Prom Committee 3, Big Show Cast 3, Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 25 Honor Study Hall 35 Survey Rep. 41 Euclidian Rep. 4g Senior As- sembly. CHARLES MYERS Charlie Class Cabinet 4g Key Club 23 Big Show Cast 4, Honor Study Hall 3. ga 5 . , 4. Q ,. 6 M .-' , V 1 . A "-, saw, W , lf il " Q g Q 'Q-C., X. ,f-ss. MARYANN NAGODE Manny F.T.A. 2, 3, 4g World Affairs 43 Prom Committee 33 Majorette Club 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Hall Guard 4g Senior Assembly 4. ALDAR NAGY Al Football 2. WILLIAM NEBE Bill N.F.L. 3, 43 N.A.S.S. 3, 49 Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 45 Cross- country 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 43 Letterman's1Club 2, 3, 4g Cam- era Club 2, 3g Key Club 4g N.H. S. 4. DONALD NEHEZ Don nv-5 ii ff 455-""' X 2+-I I X . Q- 1'-vi 67 'f I ,VI I 3 .-l -4- Q-.Z-r af' .r-M3 1 It . ' ,- . , .,, .JPL GARY NEIMAN MARILYN NEUSTEDT lllaiilin FT A 4 World AtTairs 4 Ad Club 3 4 Friendship Club 2 3 4 Honor Study Hall 3 Senior Assembly 4. ji fff Efx " rfb 'V 'gli E . , . il A 4 Q we -Q-..,-IP f iii. '73 YS' ,I E-Room policies are discussed by the social room JAMES NEYLON committee, Chris N.H.S. 3, 4, Treas. 45 Swimming 2, 31 Class Cabinet 33 Camera Club 4: P.A. Club 2, 3, 4. Co- Chairman 4, Announcer 4, Tech- nician 2, 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Big Show Prod. Staff 33 Honor Study Hall 2. RICHARD NICKEL Nick Class Cabinet 43 Play Night Prod. Statl' 2. 5 68 1 I LINDA NIXON Lyn Friendship Club 2g Honor Study Hall 2. MARY NOWACEK Mary V World Affairs 4g G.A.A. 2g Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 35 Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Ma- jorette 3, 41 P.A. Club 2, An- nouncer 23 Big Show Cast 2, 33 Choir 31 Choral Masters 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, Madrigals 41 Friendship Club 2, 4, Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 43 Sur- vey Rep. 23 Spirits Club 4, V. Pres. 4: Senior Assembly Lead 43 N.H.S. 4. K A' ROBERT OLSON Bobby Class Cabinet 4g Class Guidance Council 23 Prom Committee 43 Big Show 2, 3, 4, Honor Study- Hall 2, 3: Senior Assembly 4. BENETTE OLZYNSKI Benny Prom Committee 3, 43 Friend- ship Club 2, 31 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. ff, ,JQ BRIAN O'MARA Red Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 3, 45 Survey 2, 3, 4, Asst. Sports Edit. 4, Photography Edit. 2, 3, 43 Eu- cuyo Printer 4g Foremen's Club 4. 'L' , '54 '91 wwf- KAREN OSBERG Rickey G.A.A. 25 Class Cabinet 4g Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 4, Pres. 41 Prom Committee 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3g Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Var- sity Cheerleader 3, 4g Euclidian Rep. 23 Survey Rep. 25 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 23 Senior Assembly 4. DANIEL OSTERS Dan is AV RUSSELL OTTO Bud Class Cabinet 4. '15 L- A-, ae? Wwu-.47 AGNES OVERBERGER Kim G.A.A. 4, Prom Committee 3, Bookstore Worker 3, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 3, Hall Guard 4. 'aa T? V-5--9' '95 A.. CLIFFORD OWENS Clif Swimming 2, Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4. '2"X 'Wx N 'ltr- f"""X 'Rf' 1 .,.f I X RAYMOND PADUANO JOHN PALMER Stork N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Choir 3, Choral Masters 4, Hon- or Study Hall 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE PAOLELLA Connie G.A.A. 4, Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 4, Prom Commit- tee 3, 4, Stage Crew Club 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Class Cabinet 2. Ra 3773 3' ? y bf 3 Hall Guard 2. ttf Q. -at s i , 1 , :fr ' f' 157, 1' ST: N, ex 1 ww ' Ti JAMES PALINKAS Q .- f-- xx GEORGE PAPPAS Sfalker BENJAMIN PASQUALE Gimp Class Cabinet 3, Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monitor 3. Santa came in all his glory to homeroom 306. . X. L, .W by fx Mtv-- Fw JOHN PAUS Jay Honor Study Hall 33 Senior As- sembly 4. 1 l 1 1 X f. fi . , bf I Ci-1? MARY PAVELKA Mary Jane Honor Study Hall 2, 3. DALE PAVLICEK Dale Track 2: Swimming 2, 3, 4, Let- terman 3, 4g Letterman's Club 3, 43 Swim Club 2, 3, 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 2: Honor Stu- dy Hall 2, 3, 4g Hall Guard 4. JUDITH PEATTIE Perle F.T.A. 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 4g Majorette Club 2, 3: Bookstore Worker 3: Big Show Prod. StafT43 Choral Mus- ters 3, 4: Euclidian Rep. 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2. l 71 '1 75 l lv tx 'QR ffil l . "SC ,fl Q ' Q. ci ' ' ,j'Q3::l?fj:1 rlvulf HMB ,Qf:6f"R':i'? 'vii 'I 1' T7 we-5 41? 1-'Y JUDITH PECK Judi' G.A.A. 2, 45 Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 45 Prom Commit- tee 41 Big Show Prod. Staff 25 Girls' Glee Club 35 Euclidian Rep. 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3. The frrst Perp Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Honor Study Hall 3. JOHN PERPAR -405 1 fix YU? .' ff' -6i,W" ' .- .5-. DEBORAH PEEK Debbie F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Movie Club 2, 3, 45 F.N.A. 4, Pres. 45 Big Show Cast 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Cadet Choir 25 Or- chestra 2, 3,45 Honor Study Hall 2, 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. VFX 2 ,ae X Y-4 . '3' iiii f VIRGINIA PEMBERTON Virginia G.A.A. 2, 3,45 Bookstore Work- er 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 3, 45 Big Show Cast 4. -'-r' 4. 1 r1aazi..',-f - CHRISTINE PERKINS Chris G.A.A. 3, 45 Camera Club 25 Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 35 F.N.A. 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. triumphant da as Senior A's . . . Connie F.T.A. 45 World Affairs 45 G,A. A. 2, 45 Big Show Prod. Staff 45 Honor Study Hall 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 35 Hall Guard 4. CONNIE PERRY .Ai '01 Martie thinks maybe Newton was right. new J 5 R I suggest the Survey has a special holiday. . 3 Xb... A l F' " -is 7, AVN , .f S. 1' 3' 4 IHS' "' Q fir Ph fi? Ffh ,QF " ta., fa MARCIA PERSON Marcy I.Q.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.L. C. 3, 4, Sec. 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3g Student Council 43 Homecoming Com- mittee 43 Hall-Guard 43 Major- ette Club 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 23 Survey 3, 4, Asst. Feature Page Edit. 43 Eucuyo 43 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, 33 N.H.S. 4. "' " Will 5 K EA----,I ff 1 .1 -Cx l JOHN PERZ Johnny Cross-country 3, 43 Track 3, 43 N.H.S. 4. . . . the girls with attractive corsages . . . Jerry GERALD PETAC BullerBa!I Football 2, Letterman 23 Wres- tling 2, 3, Letterman 2, 33 Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2. FRED PETERSON fl 'Du Sahara Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. SARAH PETERSON 'ZS E? A . X ff' Dinkle N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Basketball Z, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 I.etterman's Club 3,4. WILLIAM PETERSON ..-"'?-.N xi X. .5 QI? 'Vi ii. I asf I , Q . fx DY' 11:1-,... Ny WZ? LINDA PETRICK BARBARA PIBERNIK Linda I.Q.S. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, F.T.A. 3, World Affairs 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Student Council 3, F.N.A. 4, V. Pres. 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Prod Staff 2, Choral Masters 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Survey 3, Third Page Edit. 4, Senior Scan- dal 4, Friendship Club 2, Usher- ing 2, N.H.S. 4. Pat G.A.A. 3, 4, Play Night 4, Spring Play 4, Big Show Cast 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Friendship Club 2, Hall Guard 4. PATRICIA PISCOPO fd mfs? Barb y Joe Track 2. JOSEPH PITINGOLO KEN 'FUR are affff' Q Q -?-.ti 5' 4 . . A, I: Q tha, EAL .fiavzr 74 HJ, 'KJ iN .J SANDRA PIERCE Sandie G.L.C. 3, 4, Historian 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 3, 4, Class Guidance COunCil'4, Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Homecoming Committee 4, All School Party Committee 4, Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Friendship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 4, Senior Scandal 4, N.H.S. 4. .rgxhi YITT4' MICHAEL PILLAR Mike Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4. That's O.K., Dick, three fingers are suflicient. umrvee-f" ' .l 3 ., X . ws -fg 'Nw A W. - gif' ' - of Eggs i.1.'-3234, I, , ' 1 fa 2- 5 if :aff :Pls - rfxkbk 1415 'fir if 'S-eg-31' 1-in-1.y.g'Ag-'ff 1,-. ,f -P 3 'HH L, 5- I.'7"i--l Y, . ' f'.-' ,. 2.-1f..,,Q5:,4C4l:,ifj!.,. 3 423, 3,55 si. . . -.1335 2 .4134 gif- jfii, 9 .. 'X -'-413' v Y ' 1-1 X X ua. we-A ' 'fn QL 1. 2. 4 3 A N. xv 2' ' 2 KSA fx st. w,,,.-, W-...f,-.-:1fu.,,., Q 'jf-H:"f' 0- 4,,'. ,- ,9 f 2 r.. ':IQ??psII'-!:ss61':f'?.giT ,B u -,I -vu--- l 1 x I n I think that penny's gone for good. G?- 1'1" JOHN PLAGGEMIER John World Allairs 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 43 Tennis 3, 43 Class Cabi- net 43 Student Council 23 Key Club 3, 4, Pres. 43 Big Show Band 33 Concert Band 2, 33 Sur- vey Business Staff 33 Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Monitor 33 N.H.S. 4. N J P fb ' I L 3, 1: , if RICHARD PLANTAN Dick Basketball 23 Camera Club 4, . . and the lun and information of our Surveys . . Carol G.A.A. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. CAROLYN PLESZ ' Mike Football 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Honor Study 33 N.H.S. 4. MICHAEL PODOBNIKAR Frizz P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Technician 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Business Stal? 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Buckeye Boys' State Representative 33 N.H.S. 4. ' FREDERICK POESE ., lift... i1""N 37? Tom N.H.S. 3, 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 41 F.T.A. 23 Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Student Council 33 Hall -Guard 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. JOHN POHTO 93.1. it . , RONALD POMPLAS ' fvil 'Qr"":nv' DANIEL POTOCAR R071 Poroc 3 I it-P 'T , -.J I Huw! it - , '1 A SARAJANE POWELL KATHLEEN PRETNAR Sarajane Swim Club 2, 35 Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 43 Big Show Cast 23 Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Survey Business StafT4g Editorial Staff 3, 4, Asst. First Page Edit. 45 Eucuyo 43 Friendship Club 2. Kathy F.T.A. 3, 4g World Affairs 3, 4, Sec. 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 4, Big Show Prod. StafT2g Choir 33 Girls' Glee Club 21 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Ushering 2g Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Hall Guard 4. ur campaigns and their excitement . . . Jeanie F.T.A. 3. 4-g Euclidian 3, 41 Hon- or Study Hall 3, Friendship Club 2, 3: N.H.S. 4. JEAN PREZBY 4'-"Y" i Ju Pam G.A,A. 2. 4g F.N.A. 4, Sec. 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3, 43 Choral Masters 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 23 Cadet Choir 25 FriendshipClub2,3,4gN.H.S.4. PAMELA PROUDFOOT v""w, K- 76 N 4 Ipana for your t-e-e-e-eth. t AIQ3' Q-an '97 v ,i aw Qi PATSY PRUITT LORETTA PUGLIESE PU! Pndgiu Junior Red Cross 3. G.A.A 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, 41 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Sen- ior Assembly 4. ,Nb Big crust. St d C '1 d G . . . u ent OUHC1 an overnment Da . . . Karen I.Q.S. 3, 4: N.H.S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Medal- Sherri winner 33 Honor Study Hall 33 G.A.A. 2, 31 Stage Crew Club 33 Euclidian Business Staff 4, Busi' Lainie Play Night 3: Spring Play Prod. ness Manager 4g Survey Rep. 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Usher- ing 2, 3g Hall Guard 4g Conces- sion Worker 4. KAREN RAASCH Q Toni G.A.A. 2g Junior Red Cross 2: Honor Study Hall 2, 31 Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4. ANTOINETTE RANDAZZO CF '-sig V57 77 Majorette Club 2, 31 Majorette 43 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Friend- ship Club 2, Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 4. ELAINE REDER L,-x Stall' 33 Big Show Prod. Staff 31 Euclidian Rep. 2: Surxey Rep. 2: Friendship Club 3, 41 Thespians 3, 4. SHARON REDFERN AY i I 'F ,Qui - xsl. FRX 'iw 4 . AA. J' K P W - I ' .- if' iff sd-f',.,-1' ' 'Q 1 DAVID REED Dave Foremen's Club 4. NZ' 'Qtr LINN REED Linn Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 45 Track 2. 3, 4, Letterman 4g Let- terman's Club 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4. The receiving of our Ron RONALD RENARD 'IZ' Jack Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Honor Study Hall 3. JOHN RENKO YNY AU! YZ" 78 .bf JUDY REITER Pinky Judy G.A.A. 4, Majorette Club 2. 1959 Euclidians . The Seniors want Christmas twice a year! y .- c ..- - , wm- -z, ?'f',:.. Iv J , . ir 1- - ' 5 W , .4 ' xx ,,4.5',,4.. ,, ,- ., tllhlagft-.1 . . '- " f':5-skgektggij gl, 1:45 .. nv, 32' .flf.x7-iii-,,.,A..vy,i':hafa . .- ,, ,., .nun ,,. - fl, .-,-5-,, : .r l , , Q3 .ref-f15 53'g1':?CI3,fff.:-ff"-'fl JAMES RENTZ Jim Zc for Survey, 2c for the printer, 2c for me . . . fl 'Ui LAWRENCE REPASY B0 Stage Crew Club 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 31 Golf 2, 3, 4. . and man other treasured memories . Bi!! votball 2, 3g Baseball 2, 3, 4g ass Cabinet 3, 41 Big Show st 2, 3, 43 Choir 33 Choral asters 3, 4. WILLIAM RIDER e 1 Jim JAMES RIEHL ERNEST RITZ if If U cur' 79 TRUMAN ROBERTS I 'pr fl ,S , V . xxag If i 4' Zi ,lf fn I m .f '46, . I . fix, 53,3 n 41 V 44, ,ii .1 ' Vb- , 4 I PAULINE ROMISHER X771 CAROL ROPOS Pauline Care G.A.A. 2, 35 Class Cabinet 45 G.A.A. 45 Choir 35 Girls' Glee Student Council 25 Megaphone Club 25 Friendship Club 2. Club 25 Honor Study Hall 25 Friendship Club 2. . . . that Will help us kee Sue G.A.A. 2, 35 Class Cabinet 25 Prom Committee 2, 35 Student Council 25 Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Head Majorette 4, Majorette 3, 45 Big Show 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Clab 25 Euclidian Rep. 33 Friendship Club 2, 35 Hall Guard 35 Spirits Club 45 N.H.S. 4. SUSANN ROSSOLL Lori F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Student Council 45 Homecoming Com- mittee 45 Library Monitor 45 Cafeteria Guard 45 Honor Study Hall 25 Friendship Club 2, Ush- ering 25 Hall Guard 35 Conces- sion Worker 25 Senior Assembly 45 N.H.S. 4, DOLORES ROSSOW i df I X ir. 'L W.. X. .f I ' I t X Y Y. Q.. Q . f 1 urxf x .1 NANCY ROSCOE Nance Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. Big Show 3, 45 Choir 45 Honor Study Hall 45 Senior Assembly 4. I N WAYNE ROSITANO FI Student Council 25 Football 2, 3 4, Letterman 3, 45 Wrestling 2 Letterman 25 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Letterman' Club 2, 3, 4. P our Senior year . . . K. That will teach you to steal my crutch. H ' '- ggi E71 be 3. gifs? - f . Vxflx Q MY :JE-wxv 'xi X r f' tk i -vnfxhxf: 'W 5 I l N, 5 'Qi Hb 5 it .xg K XDXXKK 1, 'xv H L. -.9 we f 15.4, Q18-9 C5 Gi 44"' A. Seniors soda-jerked for Sophomore Party. Pancho wimming 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, etterman's Club 4, Swim Club , 3, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Band , 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, arching Band 2, 3, 4, Sergeant , 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Choral asters 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 4, rchestra 3, Euclidian Business taff 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, , Pep Band 2, 3, 4. JACK RYBA W N-I W-T-7-0' LINDA ROUSE PATRICIA RUSKAY always in our hearts and minds . . . Marie G.A.A. 4, Swim Club 2, 3, Hon- or Study Hall 2, 3, Hall Guard 4, Euclidian Rep. 4. MARIE RYBA E' Sieve-O Football 2, Track 4, Letterman's Club 3. STEVE SABATH xv ri'5, f ,Q TF-7, max! -, Y' x... Jackie F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Commit- tee 3, 4, Student Council 3, Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Major- ette 3, 4, Big Show 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 2, Marching Band 2, Friendship Club 2, 3: Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. JACQUELINE SAJEVIC 'hit QE, k ,fx rj LOIS SAKS Lo G.A.A. 33 Play Night Cast 33 Spring Play Prod. Stat? 33 Choir 33 Friendship Club 2, 3. rx li fii DIANE SANTORELLI LEAH SAUVAGEOT Midget L69 G.A.A. 43 Prom Committee 33 Concert Band 3, 4: Marching Big Show 4g Friendship Club 2. Band 3, 4- QF'-'V BARBARA SCERANKz Barb N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 33 Major- ette Club 2, 33 Majorette 33 Meg- phone Club 23 Big Show Cast 33 Prod. Staff 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Choral Masters 3, 4, Sec. 43 Friendship Club 2, Ush- ering 23 Co-Chairman United Appeal Drive. as the fulfillment of man dreams and Wishes . . Joni F.T.A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Student Council 33 Majorette Club 2, 33 F.N.A. 23 Big Show 43 Friend- ship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. JOAN SCHAEL ' -f ' . BX , ik ' Q ' ni? f-we l A .Q in . , , --vY ' E . ' - 4 I nib F 1 yuan' -. 3,39- ,4 it- . , k6Ha.'ki:.1. . 4.11. . , ... - Gary GARY SCHMAEMAN 433 f X 3 --,f I fs. 'v 3 , 3 ,. , X ' . Q, 'Qi 1, 1-3 ' 82 Guess whose elevator pass expired? 'R' 5. at ,V , if -Ag vivrlaiv' igsfftfi R 5 x ,f Q i Q X mr Y . is ' .441- ag Qs., ,QQ .ttf ' 353: -- The daily argument over how many days there really are for Senior A's. f-,A 1 s gk I I 1""s 15 ' .2'!X tk' iv ,f bs . a 'Sw A O L. -, .4,.E,, , M.. -m:4fE"45'vfj?ig2"f":ge-.al ..'?rIfy1vd."-Q -Q ,A if ik . 6 air, gy M 52.1. . -'i.1r:.'fQ isa-Y SW xt?-121 1.zL.1,- " .. :Self 1 ...ma ity ' N Q Q 4:- 41 "'-.1 JACQUELINE SCHMELTZER KENNETH SCHOENBECK Jacquic' 19,1 COHCUI Band 3, 3, 42 M21rChirlg Big Show Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 42 Pit Bafld 3, 4- Band 2. 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 41 Pit Band 2, 3, 41 Pep Band . . . and the attainment of man Dan Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Let- :rman 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club . 3, 4g Concert Band 2, 3, 43 larching Band 2, 31 Spirits Club g Foremen's Club 4, V. Pres. 4. ONALD SCHONAUER v . p S- ! Carol Bookstore Worker 3, 4g Honor Study Hall 3g Bookstore Man- ager 4. CAROL SCHROEDER . -as .ax ik, if .... .23 1.1.2, FAITH SCHROLL N-iff' 83 goals . . . Karen Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 3. KAREN SCHUBERT .-.ff 5 ,J 4,.4 A 'tv ii-Za, Phi ill Af if' ROY SCHUBERT Roy Swimming 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 4: Key Club 4. 'A' an HARRIET SCHULTZ Skunkie Friendship Club 2, 35 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. ZR eq." ig. NT Q, w-ly' A -f Q 2 5 5 f LINDA SCHULZ GLENN SCHWARTZ Lin Glen Concert Band 2, 3, 4g Marching Band 2. 3. 4, Friendship Club 3. overcoming man obstacles Sal F.T.A. 23 Cr.A.A. 4, Class Cabi- net 33 Prom Committee 3, 4g Euclidian Editorial Staff 4: Asst. Copy Edit. 4, Concession Worker 43 Honor Study Hall 2, Sec. 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. SALLY SCHWEIZER og, 4' .f I X Dex Cross-country 41 Track 3, 4. DEXTER SEIFERT If :-af' 84 All classes enjoyed the 1958 Homecoming. "lo-v f I . ll , ff? NW fi Q-3.523 get Q, y 1 Y V fy if X if v i5sz9QQ Ness W8 'QY QQ ,,, x E299 MW ' 1 at We mustn't let this come between us' CAROLYN SEMLOW Carol Junior Red Cross 2g Friendship Club 2. , ." I- www -K . Wx ,ffl . f : " ' , ,' .. '.'A , 'nt " p"'x ' "Y , -4 we . 3. ELAINE SERES Elaine . and taking defeat as a lesson . . Dee Sal Honor Study Hall 3. SALLY SERI DIANE SHAHEEN Shaugn F.T.A. 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 35 Student Council 2g Choir 4g Girls' Glee Club 35 Friendship Club 2g Honor Study Hall 2, 3g Hall Guard 3. JUDY SHAUGHNESSY Marilyn G.A.A. 4g Student Council 3, 4g Prom Committee 33 Homecom- ing Committee 35 Junior Red Cross 2g Big Show Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4g Choir 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Euclidian Rep. 3g Friend- ship Club 2, 33 Concession Worker 3, 4g Senior Assembly 4. MARILYN SHEA Way, IVF QP YF? PATRICIA SHEWELL Pat G.A.A. 4g P.A. Club 2, 3, 4g Technician 2, 3, 4g Junior Red Cross 2g Choir 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Assembly 4. JOHN SHIELDS .,a"' i 5 gg, 5' s 5 Q X X v fi"- -,.a-fiikr' r ,i g L C .,.-YE1""- nn ,41 I tried Rinse Away, Theradin . . . SANDRA SLAYBAUGH Sandi Student Council 2, Friendship Club 2. DAVID SMITH Dave Stage Crew Club 3g P.A. Club 4, Announcer 4, Play Night 3, Big Show Cast 2, 4g Choir 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. ,fi rr F my tak' 87 DOUGLAS SMITH Doug Cross-country 2, Basketball 23 Baseball 25 Class Cabinet 4g Prom Committee 3, Camera Club 23 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 45 Bookstore Worker 2: Survey 35 Honor Study Hall 3, 43 N.H.S. 4. KENNETH SMITH Ken Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Class Pres. 2, 3, 43 Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4g Prom Committee 3, 4: Spring Sports Soph. Prince 25 Key Club 2, 4g Senior Assembly 4. MARIE SMITH Marie G.A.A. 33 Prom Committee 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Big Show Cast 3, Prod. Staff 2, Choir 3g Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 3g Concession Worker 3g Senior Assembly 4. MARY SMITH Mary Class Sec. 35 Class Cabinet 3, Prom Committee 35 Student Council 2, 35 Majorette Club 3g Euclidian Rep. 2g Survey Busi- ness Staff 4, Circulation Mana- ger 4g Friendship Club 23 Hall Guard 2, N.H.S. 4. ff7f'L'f'i A fz l, A I 5 ,ai 'tu N f 7,61 4---v..., f l ' .Wlillv-1,2 435. tffrfr- G.,-. - -3 I I, ig., ' N ' 1 1 f ,E " 2' f 'Kim I Hz' . , 0 J f"Xl5 49573 9: "ff e. I AKAQMRG 'Lf' 'TFT MARYANN SMITH ' In-ff W 6 1 f Alai' - Q- N .Q 's , ,- 1 I . . J-N if F Q-0 'Q jf' '95 M Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. Student Council 4. SANDRA SMYTHE 'QS' wk.-, we Sandze ,M G A A 4 Euclidian Rep 4 To the playing of the Pit Band . . . 'YA 3:1::Esf:::::'- ' x 3-e ww ' 5 ., . .., . ga, 'Tk QTIT? 'Q '94 GARY SNIDER Moose Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Letterman 3, Let- terman's Club 3, 4, Class Treas. 3, Prom Committee 4, Honor Study Hall 2. MARY SOBLESKY Mare Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Major- ette 3, 4, Big Show Cast 3, Hon- or Study Hall 3. RONALD SOEDER Ran N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Let- terman 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 4. ANDREA SOKOL Andie G.A.A. 2, Majorette Club 3, Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Survey Business Staff 4, Account- ant 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Big Show Prod. Stan' 3. ROSEMARY SPIES The pride of our Spirits Club. CAROLE SOSA Carole Choir 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 4. JUDITH SOUTHWORTH Judy G.A.A. 2, 4g'Swim Club 3g Choir 35 Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 2g Honor Study Hall 2, 3g N.H.S. 4. bww 'f""z- MARGUERITE SOUTHWORTH il I arg I L' G.A.A. 2. 4g Swim Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 21 N.H.S. 4. DALE SPENCER Dale Rosemary G.A.A. 3. 41 Prom Committee 31 F.N.A. 43 Big Show Band 3g Concert Band 2, 3. 4g Marching Band 2, 3, 4g Pit Band 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 21 Cadet Choir 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Sec. 45 Friendship Club 2, Ushering 23 N.H.S. 4. .IUDITH STANWYCK Judy 'FN' Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor ,loo 'xr it--'V "-..,,,,,. Study Hall 3. 43 Hall Guard 4. ...-,Y A Q! Y?"'f' i , X ew S EQ --.1 V: 'ay-fl E 2 r R I M., 4, ' , '1 glx 4 'F , C if 'N 4 r e.42f"hl'N -uf. 'N ., X L QT AL- 1:5 hi X R . V J WILLIAM STETINA . .tml T . X f Bill 9 ' Stage Crew Club 3g Honor Study I Hall 33 Hall Guard 4. 7- W W y W y .,.,. M 1!""""'r .vw fi--ff 'lb--""" Sophomores were entertained by the voice of Al Hibler. ANDREW STEVEN Andy fie- so A 'f""' quam- 'QQ I PATRICIA STEVENSON Pat G.A.A. 2, 4g Class Cabinet 45 Junior Red Cross 23 Majorette Club 2, 35 Survey 23 Friendship Club 2, 35 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. RENATE STOEBER Renee G.A.A. 2g Class Cabinet 25 Cho- ral Masters 4. STEPHEN STOKES Sieve Wrestling 2. PATRICIA STONE Pat World Affairs 45 Friendship Club 2, 3g Honor Study Hall 2. Cross-Country brought home trophies for Euclid High. RONALD STRAH Ron Honor Study Hall 2. ERNEST STRAUSS Ernie World Affairs 23 Class Cabinet 43 Key Club 23 Big Show 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 4. Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. MARY STROEDER Mary World Affairs 2, 43 Student Council 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Concession Worker 2. RONALD SUHAR Ron Track 23 Swimming 2, 33 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Choir 23 Cho- ral Masters 3, 43 Mixed En- semble 2, 33 Survey Rep. 33 Hon- or Study Hall 3. JOAN SURCKLA , Joan N.F.L. 3, 4, ,.F.T.A, 2, 3, 4, SILI- dent Council,33 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2g Honor Study In - ., 'E' Hall 2, 44 N.H.s. 4. WILLIAM SVEKRIC Bill Movie Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 43 Lab Assistant 4. S t""x Wills N-sa 7117 .za f vm ll. i .Pb " V .x. , KS ' 'SX 'Q 5 'WZ gl-UQQ I .J , f I' we xx, WGN, 4 -X 5 , rgvxghx 3 N t 61' HELEN SVRGA Beep Friendship Club 2. CHERRY SWEEDER Sweeder N.H.S 3,4:F.T.A. 2, 3,43G.A.A. 2, 3, Student Council 2, Big Show Band 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 41 Pit Band 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 4, Underclassmen Edit. 4, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2. '29 Q5-v-rf 1 M J N 5 Dad's pin-up. If X X .tx if , YR , E Jgysv . , av ROBERT SWISHER Swish Track 2, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, Swim I Club 4, Honor Study Hall 3, 4. DIANA SZEWCZYK Dee G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Student Council Alt. 4, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, Ushering 3, Hon- or Study Hall 2. JOYCE TAPP Sunny N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3,4, G.A.A. 3, Prom Committee 3, All School Play Prod. Staff 2, Play Night Prod. Staif 3, Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Survey Edi- torial Staff 2, Eucuyo 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, Spirits Club 4, Concession Worker 2, Hall Guard 4. PEARL TEETER Pearl Majorette Club 3, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4. Wonder what's so inter BARBARA TEKALEC Barb esting. 1 , THOMAS TEKAVEC Tom --'nm' 6.4 1--lb' ALICE TELISMAN Al N.F.L.41WorldAfTairs41G.A.A. 45 Student Council 43 Friendship Club 2. ANTHONY TERAS Tony Class Cabinet 4. ALBERT TESTA A! Concert Band 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3: Honor Study Hall 4. MERILYN THOMPSON ,Merilyn F.T.A. 2g Student Council 3g Concert Band 2, 3, 41 Marching Band 3, 41 Pit Band 3, 43 Orches- tra 2: Friendship Club 2. Usher- ing 25 Honor Study Hall 2. Mn YN XQ477 Hn 'vi' ,,,? -1:-P-fit? I Riff" ws x Si ii' .j. 'fi ., H 3 93 ..'A.- w,.. I WILLIAM TILK Bill Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Track 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Base- ball 2, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Cafeteria Guard Capt. 4. CAROLYN TKATCH Tiki N.F.L. 4, F.T.A. 2, World At'- fairs 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, F.N.A. 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, Choral Masters 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Madrigals 3, 4, Girls Ensemble 3, Euclidian Rep. 2, 4, Survey Rep. 2, Friend- ship Club 2, 4, Ushering 2, Hon- or Study Hall 3, Sec. 3. the proud ninety. . , .---,,-. . . ef --rr.1.-rv-rg PATRICIA TOMC Pattie F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Class Cabinet 2, Majorette Club 2, Bookstore Worker 3, All School Play Prod. StatT3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Friendship Club 2. DONALD TOMINO Don N.F.L. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Class V. Pres. 4, Class Cabinet 4, Class Guidance Council 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 3, Homecoming Committee 4, All School Party Committee 3, All School Play Director 3, 4, Play Night Cast 3, 4, Spring Play Cast 3, Big Show Cast 4, Choir 4, Pres. 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Thespians 3, 4, Senior Assembly Student Director 4. ROGEANN TROHA Rogeann JANET TURK Jan I.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Treas. 3, Student Council 3, Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 3. Seniors practice for assembly. DENNIS TURKALL Trix Basketball 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3g Letterman's Club 3, 43 N.H.S. 4. ROGER 'IUTHILL Rog Movie Club 3, 4, Big Show Tick- et Committee 2. .sits .ev-we Q' PAUL TYLER Buzz Swimming 2, 3, 43 Swim Club 41 Key Club 43 Choir 2, Choral Masters 3, 43 Boys Ensemble 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2. JEAN USALIS Jeanne F.T.A. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Ad Club 3, 4, Bookstore Worker 4, Euclidian Rep. 33 Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. JAMES VAIGL Jim Stage Crew Club 2, 3, 43 Play Night 2, 3, 4: Spring Play 2, 3, 4, Big Show 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2g Thespians 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY VALENTI Roe G.A.A. 2, 31 Prom Committee 3, 4g Student Council 23 Major- ette Club 2, 33 Megaphone Club 21 Big Show 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2g Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2. --xx U, it--. 'r ,,17?W'f?I 1 U, . ,f All 1? 3 J, ,S M. . ,,!,rv' 'V' 1 5, 1 4 -sv. Af I bp' UQ XV' '14, T117 'x xx fi S-451 I, ' i 1 I' XX A - I "nm 4 RICHARD VERHOTZ Dick DAVID WALTERMIRE Dewy Bookstore Worker 4g Big Show Cast 4g Survey Rep. 33 Hall Guard Captain 35 Senior Assem- bly 4g Bowling 4. DAVID WALTERS Dave' Football 21 Baseball 23 Key Club 45 Honor Study Hall 2. KENNETH WANDERSLEBEN Wamiv Football 3, 4g Baseball 21 Class Cabinet 4g Honor Study Hall 3. K xg if f BN. i Words of congratulations were given to new inductees. JUDITH WARD Juafv Prom Committee 35 Junior Red Cross 2g Hall Guard 3. 4. ROBERT WARNER 5, fi l i sg... SAM WATERWASH Sam Key Club 3, 4, Treas. 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. WILLIAM WATKINS Bill Big Show Prod. StafT2, 3g Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Art Edit. 4: Spirits Club 43 Honor Study Hall 3. RONALD WATSON Ron Football'7 3 4 Letterman 3 4 Wrestling 2 3 4 Letterman 2 3 4 Track2 3 4 Letterman 7 3 4 Lettermans Club 2 3 4 Class Cabinet 3 Swim Club 3 Big Show Cast 3 Honor Study Hall 3 Swim Show 3 'Qi "' f 3 if ' K."""" JPN 5 if '?N , -fgr- 4 Y? if . 2 ibil Q,-Y dl. "Yi L WALLESE WATSON Bulclz Girls' Glee Club 2g Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Sec. 3. ff Q-'JT f 0 N ,,K'E"'f5'fv-v-xx WL, " l ',- , -as f. ,s , ... 5, fb nk W rin Sig' U av' 4 f 5 -fb' 7, s V ' , , xnill ,LQ--NP -can-.. SHARON WEAVER THOMAS WEBB MICHAEL WEEKS DONALD WEIDEMAN ShC,,.,.l- Spider Black Magic Don F.T.A. 2, 3, 41 G.A.A. 2, 3g F0remen's Club 4. Prom Committee 3g Hall Guard 4: Big Show Prod. Staff 4, Band 33 Concert Band 2, 3, 41 March- d f r ' B cl 2, 3, 43 P't B d 33 XR? sn? W gnuive3nRep. 2, Holnor agtudy ' ' ' C a' e O . . . Hall 2, 3. B-b-b-bunny hopping! 69' -1 'QS' ,f DAVID WEISS Dave Swimming 3, 4, Football 2, Euclidian Editorial Stall' 4, Asst. Picture Edit. 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Hall Guard 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. LINDA WILKES Linda F.T.A. 2, 4, Class Cabinet 4, Ad Club 3, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, All School Play Cast 4, Friend- ship club 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. BEVERLY WILL Bev G.A.A. 3, Prom Committee 3, Honor Study Hall 3. Xp' ,Is A ,,qiI " DIANE WEISS Diane I.Q.S. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, Student Council 3, Library Monitor 3, Hall Guard 3, Concession Worker 2, Cafe- teria Guard 3, Swim Club 3, 4, Swim Show 3, 4, Megaphone Club 2, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Cap- tain 2, Euclidian Editorial Stall' 4, Social Edit. 4, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2, Honor Study Hall 2, Sec. 2, Spirits Club 4, Euclidian Rep. 4. f , . fi. 3. g""'s . te' f Q .AV4 ,,,. Q . ' I V' wif ' , l ' A CX A 9 - 4. .s +L' I rx g We KENNETH WICKS Ken N.H.S. 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, I.etterman's Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Survey 2. JOAN WILLCOCKS Jo G.A.A. 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. Mlkufirf ng Q. ' Ex Q , ff. 5, f 5, , 6 - 0. ' 45+ '-'T-'ff' - x flirlffgfflya . f 'f'2, .r,,-93,4 Either . gtgfsagf QW!-3 3 ROBERT WIGHT Bob I.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, March- ing Band 2, Eucuyo 3, Asst. Editor 3, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Monitor 3. 194 HUN- gi. PS' . ,'x'V'eg , "F L". " ' l . ,,. .. , A , CONSTANCE WILLIAMS Connie G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Friendship Club 2, 4, Honor Study Hall 3. 99 :!"N an 'ad' V? 'W Q i .ff . 4 1 I Q 3 'L S. Ll, V' .ga-A-,rv-X , J' --... X'-f A XT:-we sazaf 1 4 R X MARCIA WILLIAMS Alarcia F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3g Hall Guard 43 Ad Club 3, 43 Book- store Worker 4: Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 3. ,gs 'Yi' IQ. . Rr,,V 5 DOROTHY WILSON RICHARD A. WILSON Dottie Rick G.A.A. 4, Movie Club 43 Honor Euclidian Rep. 4. Study Hall 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. . . . to the glor of graduation That long awaited day finally arrived. if Qjsfgr vw!! 1.4-w ,. ai' RICHARD E. WILSON Dick N.H.S. 3, 43 Class Cabinet 3, Student Council 4, Exec. Board 43 Cafeteria Chairman 43 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Big Show Band 33 Choir 23 Choral Masters 3, 4, Pres. 43 Madrigals 2, 33 Orches- tra 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 4, Mounting Edit 4. i E35 "x Ba asv-N E 'Q-'K af'-N 45- 'Qt' X X . .. A.. .31-'-.l11.:: , . .S SALLY WILSON Sally Majorette Club 2. ROBERT WOLONS Bob Key Club 4. PAUL WORLEY JUNE WINTOUR June G.A.A. 3, Prom Committee 33 Megaphone Club 2, 3, 43 Var- sity Cheerleader 3, 4, Big Show Cast 2, 3: Concert Band 23 Marching Band 2g Friendship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. ,,g-..- . SN.: t .354 K' 1 , Kirin in-ns., 1 QV' K ' Q, 1, 1 kx '. ' I ' x Q e i l. , dwg Q 5 ag, ' 5- 3 f K I - ' "' si ,R , .. , .2 T' -" A 5 ,S-im , . '4 -,f My N. 9 '--. .ff ' f ' f 'E f aa "fP .a'Pf.5g . 1 ws 'X' .':9":s2iCff4 .EHTFX-.'52x' "12- ARTHUR WITTINE Weasel Honor Study Hall 23 Foremetfs Club 4. CHARLES YAICHNER Chuck Stage Crew Club 2, 3, 41 All School Play Prod. Staff 33 Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 3, 43 Spring Play Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Big Show Prod. Staff 3, 43 Thespians 2. 3, 4 JAMES YOUNG WilU?e Wrestling 2, 3, Letterman 2g Camera Club 35 Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew Club 2, 3, 43 Fall Play Cast 3, Prod. StaiT 2, 3, 45 Play Night Prod. Staff 2 3, 4g Spring Play Prod. Staff 2 3, 43 Big Show Cast 2, Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4. s 1 ,. If 49-"B, fl ' 0 .K g ' ., ' 1 5 -.rf CAROL WOHLGEMUTH Wlzoggie Ad Club 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2. 35 Hall Guard 3. - .fwlvfQggm' Av , , xx at 5 x .fr -ww, ,, x.,I1P' 2.5 ties' ,.....x 'LQ ZW I Q.-f 'Lg hu? an 6- T7 RICHARD YUROSKO DIANA ZACKEL JACOB ZAGORE LINDA ZALLER l Rid' Diane Jake Linda? HOW Study HHH 2, 3- X G.A.A. 2, 3g Friendship Club 2, Movie Club 35 Honor study G-AA. 35 Prom Committee 35 33 Hall Guard 43 N.H.S. 4. Hall 2, 3. Big Show Cast 2, 31 SUTVCY RCP- . . . We, the class of 1959 . . . 2: Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 3. Guess what school was closed due to snow? JANICE ZAMAN F' A,,. Jan G.A.A. 2, 3, spring Play Prod. ,. ,fiikf A,l,, 3, .A,4 , Staff 3, Big Show Prod. Staff 3g Friendship Club 2, 3. . ,Q ,, w""' , g 'V' if ROBERT ZEITZ Bently P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Announcer 4, Technician Co-Chairman 45 Honor Study Hall 2. QUE' JUDITH ZEVNIK Zev I.Q.S. 3, 4: N.H.S. 3, 4: G.L.C. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3g Student Coun- cil Alt. 3, Megaphone Club 2, Big Show 3, 4g Choral Masters 3, 45 Survey 2, 3, 4, Editorial Stall 2, 3, 4, Asst. Third Page Edit. 2, Third Page Edit. 3, Edi- tor-in-Chief 4, Rep 3, 4, Eucuyo Asst. Edit. 3, Senior Scandal 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Usher- ing 2, 3. JOHN ZIEGLER Jack Camera Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. HENRY ZCRMAN Hank Honor Study Hall 2, 3. FREDERICK ZUST fled fe, ."' P" . 3,13 'w-,H ' ,Wi 'ff1,3'5 'll Jn 7 -1 r ,. , - uv,- 1 . ' 11-' 'la' -- - ,JN rf, c--4 M f WL ialauq in YK' gn A F 4.1 . "ln, -v. 'U- Qu-vs. 44"- 1519 10" , JJ -.-ds-"?t. , ' t ' N I -:. '1 1-' . S a 1 I I 'Q .15 .p X, , fr 44' ' 7 - vv Mft " fig 'Y 3' -S,-1. 5. ., , 0, as 2 N Q r f.. ., .N . 5 . ,W In ,Jw ff' X I I I2 Ii It QP I I I I I I I I 3 D. Hyne, P. Relyea, M. James, M. Giordano. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS I - 1 fy- - ,M au-, , Leading the Class of '60 . pfv- GIRLS' COUNSELOR Mrs. Stewart BOYS' COUNSELOR Mr. Troglia 1" ' cf, 1 gf! ,- I If Juniors served as apprentices in the training for successful high school graduates this year, and proved beyond a doubt the ex- tent of their capabilities. Stand- ing unshadowed by the glory of Seniors, these ambitious students were examples of the fact that the Junior year was not to be underestimated as merely a prep- aration for the superior class at Euclid High. Making Wise use of their experiences and lessons as Sophomores, they worked dili- gently to fully beneiit in their posi- tion as middlemen. Being the right hand in many of Euclid's func- tions, they backed their school united as well as their class alone. This intelligent pattern of con- duct gave Euclid High much in their Juniors of which to be proud, and the pleasure of a promising future with the Class of 1960. Row 1: C. Shurilla, I. Pickering J Mulvihill M Bakos C Bakos K Houck S Overman L Marino Row 2: N. Carter, C. Takacs E Conner J Downing M ONeill S LaPorte lx Eddy K Cole Ron 3 K. Corbett, P. Brown, K. Stevens M York D Hyne J Vadnal G Donnelly B Knaus C Prostor - ,fx -, -Q ...- J ,J M. Wolons :V 1 ' 1 ' 2. A s . .61 'N r - ,eo -.A Aye' X N, I --1 . , 1' A R. Wymer x . an fy, .I , 1. R Aw J C. Yopko V , MR xii X' -x R. Zagore 13' .4,l -A-sl! .JI W. Zaorski C. Zilke ,M S HOMEROOM 'T 4' - 1. 41 ... 2 f 'x Jw if '- J. Wood ,. K-V' "l.""..! E.-i ..-' F if J. Yanchar J X N .i 04" ' Q I K I M. York N:,,,fi4i ,Q z'-i f ! , x cs ' 11 ff' , ,. -' 515, I 1 S. Zakacs f 5 C. Zeits C. Znidarsic wvfff' so V r .Q 14 ' ' - - ,AJ V Rf? J K'-.'T...N A J , f ' xx? 'q"a..x Aa! is 'X R 52 D. Carleton K. Maynard A. Sranwick D, Swartz We .. 'W , 4. g N 'Rs 2 'lf J if . "'v XX -hh. H 'R jx: Q7 3 , .., , P- V ' 5x J' ' 1 Q1 fx 'l f rf F-3' ' 1 R f r X V R. Wood J. Wray L, Wright 5. Wright f-'A ff:-if fa. .Q ff fm' . gf , Q is .A .,. rs A b. . rf: J' 7. fd .f . I , ll S- Yates R. Yatsko R. Yednock D. Yert fr J Y 'A - v--v f L l h , - at J J 'R Q N R V . '- --5 . - . A - ' W ,.-'- Z. .. .." 'wr . Q J ' 'b" K' Meer?" Q . R X A1 .X Q 1 -- ' .IIr..---.uIl G- Yllhas L- Zadfawec B. Zafflro M. Zagar 7' r W u. 'F 'fixg " -'U'-rf , , --5 ... '-9 :'- "' ,. -fi N" 1-up IVQUQ X 55 A . 4 ,...4 i t .I . I x Qlgggj. lf- .y 3 li - 1 , f Mi in Q .J E. Zakrajsek J. Zakraysek F. Zalar J, Zarr And we say it again, "It's in the H XL book!" ,V -if -3 , "" rx I L. . X .f x .IN W: X J F. Zgonc R. Zgonc D. Znidarsic J. ZuSY R, A 1 Fas El. . yi - f, ' 'X fx .40 ,ru r we -Q A,-.5 ..3 gi f b fg Q 3'v,-91-f A1 HOMEROOM 107 J -:-' EQ W .4 1' A- J. Demain lil -:X x..- - X X r. f Q 'H' K. Dingman .-. 4' D . A T. Dolan 5 1 Y ' -A .4 . Q.. ...., A A ag 1... C. Eisenberg f""',"' l , 3 x L1 5 A .S , ... 'gi .ms -ef.. .1 J. DeVictor nn. E. wg, . "" Q-.S L3 N W. Dodds ' 4 5 R. Domin 1 T. Ellery 'J A , sf .fi Q . A . , A, T. Donaldson S. Fleshin Z. W6 . +1 .F G. Gajda J. Garrison ONS' -A . 'Q 107 K x Homecoming brought , ,. -I, i 1. G. Donnelly Sa ..zPgs:1: --1 P. Fox 75 pw. 2:3 R. X AJ M. Gargetic R. Gelsimino ll 35? rl. - r l ,- fun and good times with reunions for all. . 'I ' my ' ' I , ' , wa , .1- 0 fs if-A A' -A 4 'f R. Dries R. Ducca ' 'Is' 'T . R' E l 5. C. Fried E. Frija . Aim-v 1? ,Q my' -A Y? A "'-7 K. Garland A. Garris C. Gent B. Lemmons !T I 1 W . -4 7? 1 5322 x HOMEROOM 108 V' A . Sirusip Sip-gurslv R. Fiorille 5' " fl 'Q F R sa' ff P5 1: 'si Qi A 3 ,'f, :iif 6 7: 7 J H seeess K.-fr . f ' , ' ",L 1 E ., ' ' ' ' 5 .sf If K-'Xx 5. ? A . -T 1 L. Hanson W- Hayes R. Henry P. Hensel "fi ' 'C " i' 9 '., ..-. : f. iso-' 1 fvs ss Q, .' P f , JA ' fx ' . -'A" ' 1" 1eff'ifi..i,, -. . 2, , ' , S W "'N J +- ' . I' ...f ... A. Hocevar W. Hocevar C. Hopkins W. Horton fs ff H Q, 2 f Q, , ,. Q.. 5 i , V Z X ,.." ' A in .ITN i ' i x n hd R. Humphrey D. Huzsr D. Iacafano B. Iafelice " 73, 2: 3 fi-T X J f J P. Jacobs L. Jakopic P. James M. Jankovich N. Jerick L. Johnson L. Jones J. Oberstar T. in A 'T cg . -A A X r Q 'El I '22 .gg , 'vs' J " N- D . I 5 -EAI fs: Q I J. Cermelj f' ' .iQ". if is N ...- ll -rx'-ix if g If .A L .- i .3 . - J. Hamilton D. Hammond Q -If 3 -..N '-" 1 J I, ! ,Nb . If 1 4 ln' C. Herbst R. Hicks 57 ' iii li V.,! D- H0Yk21f K. Hudson 4: i 'W x ' . ASN, f'ktF"' .. S. Iafelice G, Jackson :sp A -- -TY I 3 . U .s .. Q X. 45755. Y J. Jenkins P. Jeric T. O'Conner S. Roswell xv ,. X HOMEROOM 7 ff, . '.j.x' ...Z ' I g 3- tri A f-on . 1 . N77 Q1 , My Y . Q 1 - Lf -1" Guess who sponged! D. Abbey J. Forstner A , ,. . A f-x 54.-5 .. 1, U Q N-, ur Q vv ,vu I gf, 4, ... Q-1 ...V fy 4 Q f- , -.... 'I' nj - X .54 :1, f - '- , AM' fe ' Al - . W. Frye K. Gainer N. Gerl R. Germano M. Gianasi 1 f 'X fi" i er rw 5 M JT . fv 3 I, m X -5 . f ..,. ws 1,3 A A K- :S .A A L 'Z' 'ft- X- 1, I , F iii: P C. Gilman M. Giordano C. Glubaskas J. Goloboff D. Goodrich :gg - . F H f-Q 7 ' - 1 K0 'v . gg, ., , - , fs ,4 2 11 I ,ff 0 1: d - 'uf xr f i -nl I 'E' .3 Q: ' qi, N E , 1 4'.. A gnu..- .. in 4 L f Q 1 . J. Gould W. Goselanchick ' 5 N. Grill J. Grotenrath D. Griga Tony uses Gardol! ' wa n ,Q I 'MTL ,,,,.- 47K - ra 5 ,Q .uf G. Gibson -Q 'N I-,Q "rv P. Goryanes A -'R 'il K. Grugel Ah fg- Q1 X. ? I" S, Hans B. Hale 3 T: S 109 ' 1 ,ff 9 HOMEROOM IO9 A rf af, if"-f" .fd 5 KX K. Wanchik -. :A 1.-fs -5 P. Weir Tara' -su 1 'J' l L. Wheeler ff. K6 - M f? .1 K. Williams I A. ' ' . P. Wlodarski J. Wonnacott 5 'v at '.-a 'IQ -ip :L Q JS ,ful L K. P .. 1 J fauvhpt J. Brazalovics P. Duty 1 -Q., 'gd-a . is D i ,- sr ,lf M es 459, i X xx P N P. Ward J. Ware .J 12 . -2 at fw-'tsi .-. x D. Weiss L. Wellington A,-'aw'-wwf Q' -'AQ -.3 " xwegt., x 111- V X ,xx If-t , 9 X ,. ' C. White P. White t i t V 5 .5! l he . .f 2 at A. X .. -:-- ' 'f ,S 15- ' , . is fe N ' Af f L. Williams A. Wilson R' ni ,d ov. -.A '2 f lil it N , X i B. Laurin R. Posatiere R , T D. :sl x -,Ny , -' J., . I - . A fri: P. Wasdovitch E. Watkins ,, ,L ,. fs J V-si 154 ii: .-1 tx 1 t'-P K, wg, -. ' . f .sf I J. Welsh C. Werley ti '4 1 -.-. ' I X N. Wicai N. Wilkinson ,gg , lb.-:j x Q R. Wilson A. Winkler Me, I want a hula-hoop! Q I. run 'Ol I 4-vu fe it ,, 'J gurl! A f R. Voss rv ES ,-. is Q3 l G. Weatherly , , V '. LIP .9 fi Q H 5 .Jai I QQ 4 x Q59 gg' ,V-Q K. Wheaton pq ,'fr .4 J .o- ' 4 s V . tff I P. Will 7: rv? .A J. Witt N Rei Drama class can be a pain. X. -gif f +93 Kx. v 'Arn' Ja 'J' l 1' if l' 'Tlx P. Margalis P. Maroff I, ..., b A . 0- . , -S' N5 K - r 5 I I I J. Schafer C, Scheer .Q fa -A . f' .Ve ' -rave T' Q r b x . r..1ZL..L f .' -7 J. Schulze R. Schulz P. Sestak P. Sharp W2 N' J 2-5:1 if 1 Q 4 -2- . '7' . J' f ,f 1' ., J , .1 " Y 111 b ff 5. .jf . X HOMEROOM 226B .1 TS , 1.5 2 A T7 " 7 ..'..sSi3f. S. Clarke l l 1 'Av ,V K -1 7 1 W f, ' G. Delly 'fri f 41'- J. Marolt M. Millavec 4 fr, "AA .4 E .-,,. , ,X . f . Z3 P. Schlarb C. Schlcgel .53 - N "-.L P 'I7' F' P. Schumacher J. Schweglcr T. Tanno T. Tekavec 0 Bs 3 ,Q rl . fb -6 'G' I X Q A fe -c 4, . ? N. Allen 0 Corbett -:a . . W. Grisez T, Kish .-2 . , ,,. ,f ' 'll R M' -A ff if . .gil T. Sabula K. Schaab S -T .2 , -.x V. Z? Q? M. Schroeder J. Schuller 2 1:3 'gg' S. Selway J. Serxatka R. Todd D. Walsh Al 1, ,, "' -A -: , TJ. A -. rr! ,fl S 1 1 HOMEROOM 'l'l'I 'ff' fd. 4:2 ' P. Baker -X I! ip!! -af f Y i J. Thomas . f' 'wx -8 J. .,, , 4, 4 - k,A. ,,,,Ig . - ., X X 'qs - 4 ,fe-9b L. Tomsic W . ww? :Q ed v 5 W' ' I 'rt 1 A if M. Tuhacek 4, Wa R, J Y 1 -ru 'v- Ax... 1 'S vga B. Urick D. Vidmar 'Y' it Va 41 -4 -J!-A, To? Af- w -, T. J. Lewis Zia: "Q s- . , . ,ii D. Carter EL ?'i :i.,1: fa. fit" ' 'Iii G. Tiffany iw .f f ...B R. Tomsich A ., I J. Turk 1: i D. Urquhart M. Vincent Q .abix 2:5 . N ls- -'An-QQN. fa N L. Mance ,J V " -Q. NAS Dt- f 1 T. Tewell V ' 1' f ,M yr. x... L .8 . ? fn., ,ar- ' --Q L , 'M .5 ,A,. a R. Tilton .4- .e Q' 3. K L. Tontsch 19 , 'rf' A .. S n ig '.-Ziggy - ' .J ..s1.inf3 R. Ullom rr' T A J. Vadnal L. Violant f i' A x Q, X '4 A 12,5 f lg W A First day's newness and confusion sophomores. I R. Tisovec D. Torok 'Q'-'sa E. Uncapher -fxi? Q- :utr A I Nj xif' x . L. Valduga Violett ru '- +- 3 6' lx X .Q A - fx 'Gif' -9 .P fl. J. Toll ,435 . Y 'Qs 1 P, ,... , X M. Truden -lr, , Y. D. Unterberger "X --. 2 pf D. Vershall A. Wiles 76- A-:X .-.0 Q 'o' - ,L brings out the seriousness of J i , , A. Tomle I1 f.fixV 'J 'fl' 9 L. Tucceri of-. fbi wr' i 1.1 -A A. Urbancic s..N 71 QT' -in F. Vicic R. Wilson -A X . .N K f. 'sa 4. 1 1, K? jf ff ,,.f ,I ., D. Rose I ' X 1' 43" " D .VX B. Rutsky P' . R 'Ab' - I " . in . ,fs J xv , '. 1 .3 .. f 4 AQ..-Z T114 ef. M. Samsa as .QLQ nf-1 'snr M. Schaffner X.. 1 v 5 9'N :ffm -43 I ..f' J. Rossi 'V-J ., e J R 1' . J J J. Ruven V .1 . Y ff- BTL J. Samson Q sf" .Q- 1? P. St.John HOMEROOM 'I28 ui?- :?...f si y fs. R. Ringenbach ' ..a ' ' ' x -:,.: -x '91, Ss ' ., . in . ., vii. aw fs J. Rossodivita Q nr fm' vu fi P. Ryan is-nf FG? 7, 7,2 xv - .f Y f I ' R A462 A If f 1 T. Dunham J. Rcplogle J. Rlcket WWW' ,. 72 - ls :, I: f I 5 . "" , 'T' S. ' V-P ' Ai has ..,--A. ,L W. Risher P. Rode R. Rogosch gt 3 :gs J as 'N -44 .1 A.-Q' I N v, -X V R '55 1, " . , 5 I S. Rusicks J. Ruszkay J, Rugzkgy -96 vig: 'K 'un A9 'FQ' 5 J +oj .,.. J 'R 'J yy, . X . 1:5 an Y J 1 45? J'-1 vial. Qi .Az LX! R. Ryan J. Ryder J. Ryder A life of leisure in our social room, check7 And today's thought for the day, g'Buy your Survey!,' 5. x' K W nd fl ui -I J ' m g 'A -v:-- ,. , . . 1-4 X 'X - Q- i f,. ,." J. Struna D. Stucki E. Substelny J .. 4' blk. .A if ff-R 'G' ...S k .3 .f-- . ." , ..,... . 1 ,.k' - ww , " xl 1 sr- A ,, ... y J S . " I . J S. Sutphin M. Susnis D- SL1SfarSiC N . .. Y - - f f -A 4 AI f'fs33".. J. Szabo C. Takacs J. Tannehill T-I ,FN W - ' f ""' . 5 . 3 if Q G' A 'N f ' 'f ., wwf V . we 1, . ,lf . f X D. Tentler T. Tercek F, Tel-ram F. Thomas J. Thompson P. Thompson v,.g -A 'K . ll NJ xx-gp X ... HOMEROOM 'I'l2 15. -...L as P. Sulak B. Svekric . 'F -A D. Tarantino x J.. 4 X. li A. Tews J. Thurman '!'. 1-2 ,., WG xr. ,J I ' l J. Globakar ,P . l 31 R. Stevenson V. ' .K 5 f v J I J ,f .. if M. Summers Q ' L. Swensen AE, 99 , -.3 gi. C. Taylor .G 3 65' s .4 L. S.Theis S. Tilly . Us S.: S .X J 3 Ani -J A x' 1- 4 E I .rl Ml. 'Q P. Mason .C " I Fa"' f'7'1-' -Jia -1 A . El- ,. , A111211-1. R. Strazier sw- 6 iff ". -Q - ' Qi? , .31 Q YN. A M. Susman . in X JILL- ' xl 9 'Q 'H Xe S R. Syracuse " wa 19 J. Tekavic . is A X ur' J ..---fi -Fx sg iixx l f X- 'L C. Thomas B. Tolar .- 4, 0 Ol PIO. - 'r Z z W l . I I :lil as nh , Q 5-gag.. Islam I A 01,1 HOMEROOM 303 rw 3 R'-17 f f'.ErS.f. f. L. Jevnikar s 'H TIF . -L ny. 417 ,-': XE, J. Kapley , Wx -5 . I2 "?' . C' ' Q1 I E. Katosic Jw Q - .yt N 1' B. Kempke Ax .'i, V7 ' K. Kessler N. Kirk '46 1910 ,-1 ? " I 9 f. QE J . AP ' I 'V 9 , G. Hudec R -5 il' .- J. Jimison ! L. Kordell was -A - . .9 .A N. Kearns ki :fra -fr 'wif' X B. Kern -I ... fl l'4J 'UP' K. King A. Mooney ,J J .. R ri- n '79 V-VJ? 7- Q 1: fa- PA uh Q, ru .Q 'UB' T. 7 .. , I I A 2 'T W. Hunt D. Hyne J. Imbry W. janm if 77 .Sgr , 'QQ' fif' . -.4 ., 'ij 7' 6 'ik' R 'H vs-of Ae? ID: vt, IL.. V . A, 'J 7 qi. ' '.'Q1 , I ffl 59515 D. Jones G. Judson K. Kalinowski A. Kapcl 'pg A Who's the new towel man? .Af , D. Katona .Q fi ' i'17j7'3'l5 C. Kelly '2 H 'T A 4.123 G. Kernz .SID fb '-Q1 "A 'JE l!"r'., AV ' J. Petrich 115 1-Q s HOMEROOM M: ,yi , " V f .va fn ' , ' 4: '43 --A 114 1 W, re: 3 . N L if gf sq , f f f'?5w,XXm M i i -- . 1 , I tvs ' I Fa ' - J. Austin K. Berus B. Dietrich L. Foster M. GCI'm3.l'l0 1 Silt-i V ax 2 Q " 'G ,gi 1'-'53 , fr-2 .flbfbs W X ,QW "A I . '42-I vu V " ,gy v f PZ' fa .tr x"" 5 -- Y' , p ., it I lx.. V 9 4 H: i J ,fm 'GJ fm L.-gf. - v wi. . it K. Grant J. Mercurio R. Smolik R. Snyder L. Sobe G. Soeder .. ,:- -,. W We A I 'fl -:S ' 9' - - f . .1 - v "' . A, , . kv X WW- 1 -.1 M: tw 'X -1 "' t ' - F? h R " "A" i J E 125' ,ft ,. .K,:g: 5?5f5'fQI?' ' wb J", " " fi . :" F X Ls: .1 X, ff! ll h . ---- 'H' ...- J. Solancics L. Somrak R. Spencer S. Spencer S. Spoonamore W. Springer .,,- I--rg E, - A Q fu ,wx N ,, 0 " A W' "bu , 'A' ?'xx " ' LM J" ... J' 'J ' ' - '.. ' .2 A " -.. -.Q -f 1 ... J X Y is 'T V A ' A ' W f A A. 'R . ir. 1 - J. Squire S. Stakich A. Stankiewicz G, Starman G. Stegh R. Stegh Junior homeroom activities Thursday ninth period. 'fx ,rx AS ff- 'ff " " . .N " 'fe as .N ' ' ':- " .34 'le L ,fe if 5' '.l!'i?' r,. .UA I Q 1 Q hr "x i e R. Stegura J. Steinmetz S. Steranka K. Stevens : f W, , . S Pe fire .J 'J J i 4 9 42' I -21, " 'T 'B 55? 1 hu sd ,I 5. Y .Q xo 1 " """ 173- f-7 b , . "4 H Q69 1 of Ihq, , 5 ' I I . 1 -5 1 M. Stewart J. Strachan J. Strausbaugh F. Strnad f - C. strnisha s. strong J. sniper J. srmad 7 f X v "N 3, 7 K P 1 Q s A .r 5: 14 ,Q - f-:: Q' 41 , ,QA 5, ,lf A X ,J-J I", .. AL. HOMEROOM 229 f? . I .Z .3 -1 A ,: a..w . -A L. Dennis if 5 .. J , lr., G. Hayes r . -A ' J. Kuchera K. Em qw.. 2. 'T fx 5' I .. .-:Q rw- ' 1 vm .rf ' U ' -f-.v h 17 . JH X .. T. Krince A. Kristoii' :EQ '," if ffm? " , 'U J H. ' A I . D. Kusak C. Kuthe '75 ern - ' -. ,A ...,, , Z' -,-. ' K 7 J. Larsen Qi. I M. McCulloch 117 M X. T vs Brown, B-r-0-w-n. F -rl ' .lf A . s ' 1 41' A lfw Y- Vg , .,f' I 'Tu I. 'A 12:5 S. 4-'lf 'LT sflff 'QQ-A V ' " fill ' 1, . - If L T. Krizman T. Krueger R. Krulich . A ' , Q. A 5.-'2 h ff: vw if 4 f fe -.2 f Y 'A V' , Ag .... G. Kytle R. LaMacchis S. LaPorte 12, ' Ci as 4 -rv : B. Lash X R. Parziale C. Mohrer I4 I ,os S-5. ,,.? , 'L 4, ,,.. 'Tv fin seWil- ff 'i IV.: ,-.. f-I -fl ',,x'A"' I X L L- Lenarsec G. McCreight an - C: .A ' M- . '3 T T n ' 3 x za' -I G. Podwile W. Roberts J. Stein -P .-. 1 8 ,N T? t 1 JJ 'ex HoMERooM mw'f'f 1 R fic' fx . 120 .,., 'L' A . fL,' . . i J. Aspinwall J. Dietrich J. Hrovat 'Q L if 3' - ... 1 it 'rf V .3 A .X 5 vi X J h V, Y' .7 1 -:F gli? I . l fini? .- f"' AI ' . J. Seman D. Semick G. Serra J, sever K W R 7, TQ, N -ij, Z ,2 1 1 J. onk X e My . 1 f ww '- f :S . . Dick and Sue prove that Homecoming fun is not limited to Alumni. A 1 F A r, S ,, f'-gr 131' 1 "5 NS gif: 3 , .. ':E:1r. B. Shresbury C. Shurilla C. Si giser N . -'N si. 1 M' LX' Q r 5 b f S. Skranc .5 Q 5.1 4? 1 re fs J' , 'QE :im . -I V T. Smith 5 - f x - 'UQ X, 'ff , . fu ' wx 1 e ' .V r gs f N S. Smith S. Sorchy IQ 3' '11 , -oi Y? . ,X fx . fl ' 2 5' 'F i ii, -A ' ' X . Q I' 1 J-.x C, xr..-'f X f X N 1 I I ' K X Jflmyif' f,.4 1'lf'55:.a:4f , " A. Sciranko R. Seamon X as ff 'G ' I4 ,' Za A 'A If .L 1A S. Shea S. Shelley 'zu TP 'Q , --e he R ., .... J V41 mg' V .iijfffi " W- SiPP01H M. skeivis ' 'T' . R g t 'J -if 'x' .ly ,ffl , f wg ,,,A, P ik ttura r l J. Slattery R. Slayton J . -Q-,. , --Q ...L V I-lx Q J C. Smith S. Smith , f ,gn - Q . V ' " " C? .4.'..- fi A K. Snow R. Snyder L. Steelman K. Torter t V Quin .JF .ia in .fs 405 ik . 1 . X S F -J 305 --Q. fb ,K 5- ,3 D , . ,AA ,4- HOMEROOM -J' at ' v ' ' 'Q .fi . R la, R. Brown R. Burhene .. W. -A ff- ' J I, ' . Anyone for a Bromo? A JL' , R. Burke H. Buscher . A ..-1 1: 1 . In V . F1 2', r -V -XM fi" I Y -V - rv- bg' 'Q -I: V if:-cgi, , 'V ,. 'z,' A ,. ' . 1 - ' .-:. -' ' .A V M A 1.3. . kr as '27 " -' I . as 4: 55-H Ad,- 1 -r-:Pi A A 'V ' V X. . ' "' I h W 1 -K , fff'i' ... ' W 1 .J ' ffl. 5-'4412 r9i'1'?j x . K. Cameron R. Candon G. Canfield R. Cardinale D. Carlson D. Carpenter 1Q'fi1.:A , -f N, .- ' I C: ff ,. N ..-A 1 nv-an 3 . f-' A C . 'fr . .,,- Q: 'EZ' ' K W . " ,J . V .,,. v pax Q , R ' I 1K L l,!f1f'7 J " 1? . M- Carroll J- CCSGII N. Cetinish C. Choleva J. Cimperman J. Cochran ' .fr-'ff' "'1- 1 - , 15'-Rn ' 2 ' 5 ' , xv' ' -e " - P7-3 Q f-A fa: .Qi 3 P 1' 6? I-.Q ,. V .14 VNU J-N :Q -A y V? 'vb-7 'I -? it 2: . f? f ' F kr M- Cohagen G. Coltrin E. Conner J. Cook I. Cooper S- COTYCU B. Corsaro W. Hawke D, Sabgta T. Sawyer K, Smith R. Soeder wr ' n 65 "' 1:5 ,,, .f - k M ,S I Yr' i 1,-Av z! L 4 jx .il HOMEROOM 130 " V I 1 B. Carter . 'f ca 1 -:av is -A " -an Iii' --1 R. Cefaratti L. Champs ' 4 ,gb W- 5 fs .x ,:- J A .:!,- l X Qkf Kala J P. Check C. Chiofolo r.. aw J-, LN -Cf ' t , . J -I' . J. Currutt P. Cutcher x TV xy:-. X . -QS' z A 2 N.: 7' I -A fn X 6 N, x 44, '.r J 453 , . Case ffzi my R ' D. Chapman 7 '3 :::,W . 1 .. 1 R. Cimperman , 4 gp . : ' 4.33, J' "-' .-.:: N -'QA . . .. J. Dalton Want my autograph too? J 9 F ,fy 4 if 1' 9 1' ,J F. . ,-ff' , gf' -w , ..,...., W: r A 1 x 5 1 y Y if fl , ti! M- qfa , .- J si . as ' if W . f ' - '- ' L C- Colombi A. Connolly C. Crennell E H A V. . K 'oaaal "f ,.,. -1'aA. Q- . 'lf' Q X 2 XX '41, A . xx- A M. David Namp- JB" N-.1 J- DCAI'1Se1iS B. Deertz , fx - fx Q ,. ' ,f - 3 all 1 G- Deglman S. DeRoth -.J K 6-Q al xi A C. DeFrance J. Dolenc J. Downing D. Dreifort " .. f 4- 'wx r 9 'Q 'F nr' wa M' Q f - ,- --P Y 4 A 'X agar QW Vl k. ,Arms 5' 5 S N But they said I could buy my elevator pass here. f' gh., 32' . Ei .- - Q '. ,Q fe h ,S K. Miller P. Mushinko ...Q V M ' as R . 12 it fin, fig.: -if si .,,. 5 V-A 'jf' .i f XX N gl F. Noch D. Novak 'H A i' W 2 4 P' K Q W ','l X x, 9' ii S. Ott M. Overman at at 1, Su ...g X , 1 Wx ' I K 4 ' f 1 P. Perris M. Peterka P. Peterlin S. Peters 1 1 265 -A 'W ' f fi ar lic -A ..- - w g, if -A R if J , L. Munz I 9 , tb Q '3' ' . if' -I " ,. --554' . f A, isa! , G. Nowacek :W . , A V, VP I 1 M. Palisin " J jg, 57. Q5 E. Papp D. Peterson , 'f , -3- 3 -fl lf- P e .r I .,..r:" ' .. QP? J ci . A 4 V, ts, Z V m f 5 R. Naininger 1? f. 4' f'v51Q A ....... Q , . E. O'Donnell 'f' 125555. fi t fyfr v 3 . NP' K J. Palko 9 34 ,I-as 555 . . X -Q-A 'Az' V7 ' 4 gl .,,, , C. Patrycy K. Peterson 45 -Q -V HOMEROOM 207 er ' W Y: fra: 1X ss W. Nelson vw W .ff ...n Q ' -Q. I -0 '17 9 X Ii S. Fullerton ,- . as J .. . , th. ,If f , "",1.:- . J. Holland 'LQ ffvw. f .3 V: l D. Neumore , v . 'plc-mv x . Md Q -.A . Q P It -"'A lr - A. Ogrin G. O'Korrl we -f 'Z' b.,.' '-12 .xxx s .. A N. Palmer F. Palumbo " N ' "4" 1 . .1 . fs 122:57 - Af- V ,-A ' ,Q 'A ri 'U .4 J. Patterson L. Pecjak P. Petrovic D. Rosen 1..- l B of 34, wr 'O' '- '5 P P X T-1' ix '. Jia N if V x -... av, , J '.', "Ziff ' ll 1 HOMEROOM 5 .451 208 9- I J. Bracale f :T- C fe" -8,5 Q hr jg .. .j i gf : J. Loncar D. Plesnicar 'Ja p-:grid 25 5 vfg .... ww, + f , 3fe ' 5-if .E - '.ff'f N. Mgfw D. Polo M. Portik N. Presley . .sa ,wif Ihb. I ,N . . .,,, . ggi? ' 1 Q 1' - wifi-Z ' x J 1. PfZYbYa J. Puskas I. Rakas fam' rvQ4 .f5W .Al E. ' ,...,f" Q 115 , . ..-. -- ' Q A "wee N B. Reiter P. Relyea K. Ress Rise and shine! Assembly's over! , 55. - :Q MNH- It seems there was a sale at Bobbie Brooks. an V' I "" A A 5 F - I 5 .5 .1 ..-. . .e s in -s :.. . A Y' WMQHI L. Prince C. Prostor 1 A -Vw.-I, 3 f fx if x is ,J 'N'-. eg.. . X as 'Sr 'Nwvbb I 2 ,Q 'E ' R V ...Y .ffffi . ' x --ii--:' W, ,N X L. Randolph T. Rayner Q' 9-'A , .2 , . " iv.. , V 1.3-f 3. Q i ' . s 'N-I , ,-N - ug- :fn L.:-' .fi all km yy'- D. Prudish 535 --Q "3.?' M. Rechner ik-fi - - . ,.N,: .. ,4- ii .e3?Es zfn D. Retallick B. Riebe D. Riebe .1 R. ' Q i:s.i.. I 1 nf .LJ 4.1. . J. .... R. Rini S. Rodd R- -1' 122 N J. Riser T. Van Diest NW 1- f HOMEROOM 209 A . ' -Xxx I n , 1 9 . D. Mestrovich -"QF: 5 .X 4. Q., ,., -N--, R. Mog ' 1? is A 'M . , YL ' ff X-sf.. fd ,- ' 1 ,. , 'f M. Nelson fn-.: if .V ff - 'f ra .N QQ X' bw D. Matlock Jfu xn -. gf - .v.-, '1- X ..- 1 Q 3. , 15? ' -ffS" l': W. Meyers gr . 2.4. J M ' 'Av We 5 ...J -0 13? " 9' D. Molick 'Ks ' Q s--N -A .. Q3- P. Nemerovsky What a pain in the neck! -- .: "ff"'L ,. na- . .V -A J' 'P J A -4 P 37+ - X 'A fiffify .ffl fiffff' J. Mayerhofer L. Medved R. Merhar D. Mergek .' t V .Q U 1 -4 44- 3 -x F Xia t 1 I ' 'V - ,. FK f N -is Ti- i ' ' f f! 'A ,A Jah - Q .. .. 5 1- '-:Z J," A I'I C R. Miklavcic B. Miller D, Miller D, Mog .3 Rn. 4, . 'v xx fa Eli.. ' , 'J if , f ai ' 'U' "MN . :" s 'W ',.A Y ...Q . "' xe- AQS x , s A :TF ' J' :THF . SET: i. IE' .J ' R- MOrris R. Moss M. Neat K. Nelson Ks A4 "x ii .5 2 YQ' ' .2 22 fs: 5 D 'I F2 - 5 ,Q -3 53, 'L . My . 3 -J D- Nenadal J. Nick D. Nieberling B. Novak A -ffjr R 1 Q: fig ? ' 73 fm 2 fag .g E, ..., . x X . Wa D, he " ,-J xg I Q' Y? Tie? " ' . X .q.l.- V M . 1 -f' 1 . . 1 K. Novak L, Novak J. Ohlrich B, Ola 2- I5 - R .f 2 I gy 5 Q f ' Rf J , ' x V - 1' J i 5 , 'LF' ,A 'Q' wif 5' . M - -5 6 f .. - - 5 . J- Olseky P- Omahw B. omanski M, O'Nem D- OP31k F. Osredkar N. Trivisonno '30 112 O' . ' 'n .a Vg S A 'T 123 F? E -J? .-E? J I . f It's a state law, Buddy. , 1 '- - . ... ,' ' .1- J., 5 . B . a -I 4 mg Q 3 f, si . , Xe. L: F. ' "'X X . , i N ' JN lg 111. .. A. Barrick L. Barra G. Bateman Li If -A V .4 7 'i ' 0,1 f 1 G. Bayer J. Becvar C- Bell Zgmx 'R R cf ' 'Z' ' -A fa di x M 'Q we jf in . 1 A L. Blatnik S. Blau K. Blow 1: J , . S", 1' X ,ivy J s X , Xu J. Bonar P. Bondi J. Bonney S. Boyd D. Choura A. Geddes . 'H E -.5 . -...s '27 Sr J' ... A 11 li f R G. Bates rw, . ro f' f .0 ' ' R. Belshaw -e "S " 'waxy S. Boag ,- . ,X vii fi 191 -in f--v , ,sr n ,. A I H. Borthwick M. Mervar f.. if X 1 -A AK... .J HOMEROOM 210 u - ,a vs - -8 , --. - .., ' A A 5 f- bv? D. Bathory A. Baum A . ' G, . A.,., . A S. Bizily B. Blatecky fx A 90 ft? "' :W .4 f-A 5. cv 9 4 A P. Bodnar N. Bohinc 4: ' " K4 .5 , E F' ' X 1 J. Botirios D. Botz R. Saniga J. Sears .Q 1: 'J . . yn. ,Q . 1 A f 124 HOMEROOM 2'l2F 'Eg 3 A. Lucci v' Fa C? . 1' X-g P Magalenga ls wr' 323 I M. Mann r , A L. Medves .63 .4. -Al' -vi -A . J. Campolete 'S 1,5 'td sv , 4 xx I' H. Luikart .Nr K ff' C. Mahany M I I Cx NN. L. Marino .5 I B. Messina C3 . R J. Fisher K 0 v.. -pl 1 ' Sky C. Mace x .og M. Mahne -ear Q.. N. Martucci xg- i J 1 f . E 8' A ' 13 A Vff ,A fi I.. , vl, X . V "1 . , '-'fri C. Metcalf J. Heasley .X P -Q - L' A as 1 y -' I 1 " It X A W ' irlmg R. MacEwen f is .8 wb .il A .9 M. Maloney x . .. 32 ,Q Q12 Cx 'S f I GK 1 C. Masella x .iq -.nn fn., --r M. Meyers Backstage before a choir assembly sees last-minute preparation. .urn Q . -'ir 'S J ff' 'Q' f . ff- X'1XA -ri L. Lishinsky E. Lockard . 'xr 2 4- ,4 , I ,I X .1 fn McCracken D. MCLBOG CC' fa Ju.. .g .I .2 F3 --s, ' 1 'A j 'TJ V i . Q -N," ...safe ,, . J . S. Malovic M. Malz f-Q A GV I M "" 'T ' -. A , 41 4-9 Q. 5' 4: sv r E l 5 J at x L. Mateyka S. Medved C4 1 'ul A R 13 s . 1 , X J he K. Mihelic J. Milenoch 1 v r i Q L E 'An I Then I dribbled in to the basket. A HoMERooM .-2, I 1, ...fm , 1 J A , . Q 212B ' 2, 3 J: R 1. , - v, . f 4 J. Fisher B. Franklin R. Mangus H. Manheim f! if . :"'5 ,pi ' :A LU' - ggi 'Ili a' .1 , . . 4 1, ' P' I A qb - gif, F ..,. HV ,o ' J .N J. Maresh R. Markley J. Marolt P. Martin F. Martz R. Marzi Hg: -+ - 1 no Q -:' V N3 -J Q N-4 W N , 'fr 'P A.. . "' vi rv Lrg ' gi A f - , ff' 2 Q B- Mason A. Marko E. Miner M. Miller M. Minor M- Minello f .fir IN 1 I. I 9 A W of I "" ' "fo .- 1' Ph QQ . Q. f I' 8 V , 2- ' -J 5' W if -"R .,.. . ,Ir of H ' I '. A, ,--, Q ii"f',"f-X-f6'L Q-. ,,., f M M- Mitchel C. Mlakar C. Moooioh s. Mooney B. Morse J. Muir J. Mulvihill C. Myers D. MylCS D. Novecell M. Quinn L. Rusk Q 3 fc: -4 L3 'R X73 Q ..., 1 ,g . .4 If-.J -J S' 3'- - -- " Q 'N '::f ff .L., ll I I A A :IZA f My V HOMEROOM 213 -.fu i .,-.. 3 : 'ox D. Larkin ev- I Q1-M K . if A x M. Leonhardt i -N - 3 ,N -3- T7' 1 J. Gerzeny 1,0 , Lv 1 4 . '17 sg' X R. Lazar mf ri l An. X . fu- N f'-5 M E. Leske . Ds, ., .A , 1,4 , fl A tb . :s f - if C. Lindquist C. Lipnicki New N ,W-Ziff?"- ',r 'fijf W. Lynch S. McGill is 15 Ad ri 'il -'fr -4' . K. McMahon R. McVetta L. Riedel D- T0Il1iI10 .za 'Q f --2 ' 15 ' 'S Aww I A Fc fr fs ' N., J ff ' 'J tn ' If D. Gesdorf ff? :Eb B. Leduc , . f if R. Lewis x w f A K i X T. Lisch 'V ffm. ' 'Qi 8-.. 1 W.. JN ' . J. McGlynn , I A- Nl. 12' ff .1 FZ .gnml "' PVT , Q 4 4 x Q R. Halleck J. Lanese J. Lang A- ff glit- ' ' v A 'S ' f i "' 'Q' ...v fvw In V -A Aga '5 .I rlrr' I 4...- '1' J 2 , -,,. R. Leidy R. Leimbach J, Leo -.4 y -45 1 44 -- 'G V T' 4 4 ,, ..,,, -rtb twig! Z R. Lewis S. Lewis M. Li 7: f R -IF' --is - Q " :,:: V K i A s . , A45 N. Locker J. Loncala D. LUCC1 V if A il -S -'.e :::g 'fb .as a QQ " l - N ' f , 4 4' '-1, U. QW . R A E -' - f Q si l , I f' - ....... Q L. McGregor L- Mdlfiilh B. McKnight Juniors feel slighted when Seniors leave first!?'?F' HOMEROOM 220 w . ,r X . IQNQ Q ft-21 -S fv 'ir 4' n t 'fs x Q V.K1ima IQ '1 E-. .Q , I v "1 B. Knox 1 ,af nr : "wx 'vi f'T" B. Komyati 6 . J sw 1- . . Q 3 ,.-we 1 f S MN ' ' 'J 'A-J. . -. .- - . . N' . .. L.:-2 Lf . ixw . .bas l cf-5 f"?'.t ,fl X 'HIV 'J 'ffljf R. Kozak 'f 4? fu fun .... ag.. J . Krause E. Ludwig ..,, "ffm 14 ' fri I 'S 'J if. U 45 ' .4 'fl ... -' ' 'QNK M. Kellner '76 .f'7w-N ...B -'ts ' iffy, L. Knack is if , 'P' -3 if - ,..,, , :QQ Q5gg.5.f.-1-fi:-i B. Koch ee- ru 'K J. Kos if-mf.. B. Kraft v' -, .f' L J A 1' .3 , 3 dv. 1 Qs J. Kreit N. MacQuarrie 35-. J , K ff: fu- .. .,.. ,.. .4 1-8 -as 'A V X 'S NJ: . rj I X Lg A ,W , lx J. Kenyon G. Kernz I. Klemencic A. Klich ji .. e Vs . ' ,Li .gli s Y' "V.k W 93 if A V-N V lv: :v ',- Us 'N is F-'ZX A ei - . 'K 1 ' 9- 4: L J FI ., '- 1 tr 1 ...-. ..: .:,. . yi 'NV . , . l f , 5 J 4 .Mail .f iff' Trigg 2' AX B. Knaus D. Knaus J. Knaus V. Knop MK:-1 44' ,, RM "A I . . . H 'A -12-is' f ' X Q "J 'give f.-:S .i b . 'f' if - . .,.,., ' ' , . ., . ' . , ' 4 ' . . Qx ,ff . P' Kokotec A' Kolman B. Kolthoff M. Komara .35 IQ E . X -1 lx . gg. I 2 ,rw 4 ' ,.,.. . f , -4 W L ,f H fr f f D. Koskinen L. Kostelic P. Kovach P. Kovach I A,""' .-,.,.: 2 A - " ' ' Q "' f fl "x'. .:A 1 l11jf?:,: if J . ... -1 'Z ,,' .1LQf . , . V Jr' Ai. U ' -ff: X l ' B f IE 1-1 sf iss.: V. :Z - Z tif 'f -l --1 C. Krall P. Kramer T. Krapenc L. Kraska ' The Sophomore party was enjoyed by all attending. 11 ,sr f-.A if I P. Krieger J . Mausser f 'fa v --4 3. YH 1 Y Jfawm ..'T" yr 'ff J -A 21 .. 2 ...., . Ps .. .. In : .hm ,11- R. May HOMEROOM ' 3 5 226F "ins . Sv L. Backus 'F ar.:-Q 1, .J 'w 1. 1 3' I! M. Bakos - 691 D. Bales ,JL ' ' V D. Balogh 47.3 x gi "AV I. E RI!! W. Bacon A .. Q Yi- gl A. Balbuze J " 'A"'7yfg'.-J ,J "lie, SYM 3 1' s 'U' .2 A A D. Ball .J -3 J -... ga ..f' x f J. Baltrus .3 A. ,. wig ...Qi D. Baumert L. Bermer Q V 1 'T .Q r-fr . . -1 5 W :C I 4' 'V' ' if 1 vm gk IW ...life N. Antonelli T. Arko IWW' qi I 5 ax "'1'n 4 " ' 4 f 'Z F3 , NJ . qt. --nl Af :AX hx B. Baner J. Babnik a -?f . , gfrisawi " 'wif-f ni A iv A Junior homeroom being guided. f. 9. H X ff if YA J -'C:?Sf?2'S.'5X '- T- Bafdefl C. Barresi K s 'f ' Z 'Ni 2 !-,-v W , fr 4 6 , 'VT' J' sl 5 J- Bayer C. Beaudry G. Berthold J. Cook A- lvl: fin . Q' - I ...Qu A 'Q nm 3 1 DX'r- G .. K. Bartel D. Bauer -C 35: Aff? .3 wx, -4 'J' - J. Belpulsi P- Benso C. Krebs D. Snyder ,I J-AW A Q: ww- YN J . I J X 'fi 5 X I "R 2: .IX f d ,v HOMEROOM 307 ,N .a ua-Q . Q 1 P s "J, D. Busch 'P jr . X -W 3 wi D N... NX- .ffl T. Candela f f 4' :Q N. Carter L. Croll I - . 'X ,qs '? . ,, i TP J. Burns K. Burns Ik . K. . fr 5 r ' s A ,I I9 lfi' Z K i' N-4 ., 2 Al Nb B. Buynak S. Calvin of ' .gf Q -may AQ, I V 'J -. A an C' . ig - -:B-:ii-ilu f N. Carpenter M. Carroll 2? E gy N33 2 I A' I' C. Cassell C. Cavell 5. 'miigf X xgxr uflaxf . Culmer 'x 3 K' D Stood up in the E-Room. ik' Q' ,:.. - , 'we .- 'zzz Q X? 1-9 X 3, ' .Q -, N. D'Aloisio f.. . FT " - ,l . . R. Day 122' fQ. ' tzvf- It f I D"" , .4 K1 f C. Cercek ....,, 3. .i,?.,1l in D. Daugherty xx , ' " fy .fiu N -J . .- I M. Debevec Clap. you fools, clap! .- s.-. 75. l B v .'51Ef 1-' 1:1 gx ..,.. A ix f C. Cesa J. Crawford is . su R. Daugherty D. Daus 1 1 A Ja f il ld' ' .fl ': gl X T E J. DeLauer D. Deblsanter M. R0b6rIS J. Salvatore J. VarB0 -Q 7.x 1 'Ll D Q ....., . 'L-' .C .I K 1 1 , . Q x 1 1 .Y A I ' l f 'JG-i3l5Sm....-544-09. HOMEROOM 318 fl' I' 7? of Y' 1 'X if XX J. Alexander 43. T' B. Anderson uf: ' K. Aufdenhaus .gg '..' , gf ' 19' ' N - , .X -f :ls x C. Bakos R. Ott I. m N. Herron , '2 .-3. gap -4 -35 K.-D M N in - '12 'LB id' T fl' '17 A 3. .i new A 4 'S N N L ,, 1 x, 0-w.,J. fma' ' -. fif A . . 'igfff .- . M. Adamcsewski R. Adams R. Adams D. Aiken 5, Albfgcht .5"'H R . , '- S . , :gf A '35 Zi' 3 ,ca 1 .R -f sb 4-1, , 1 Q 4 Q Q 'vll E figs 4 R ,Q h s . '.::" ' , 1 Jr X A. AljaI1CiC T. Allen J. Allsopp M. Amata P, Amicarelli A 'f ' .h - Us if ia ,I 5? X .,,. A A D ' " . 'Y' ' ,.- Q' .. .4 . X . J. Anderson K. Anderson R. Anderson R. Anknda Antonacci 4. -. ,., 1 ' , . It vial -5. -v-- 1 .. Q. ..' S51 . p. ' -A 2 E5 wffi I JR s., AA A i ' . - '17 - - ' -y , E , QQ '..,.'. 1 : . ,..., ,I A . ",. . - ' A' M P- AVSYY C. Baginski C. Bajec B. Baker C. Baker The first day rush leaves sophomores in a maze. R. Gaster fg. iw' ,-0 , .,," T 7' " 1 1-ri A' A. Mandel X f ,xi "Aff l 1 JY 2 fs 5 .NN f E' N Oh, hun Lai? A if L Q0 ,pf U 54 0 Q. m C3 O 'Q L 1. . L J. Pirman M. Potpcer N an -A 'tru-. I I Fi ' , ,ix g it all! J. Pickering 93. if S. Pirman D. Powers ,afar '04 -1515 1 I -J .'... E. Pickett .-'w 2 1 f M. Pitingolo M. Poyser ,, 0? gg. HOMEROOM 326F F5 5? - .fi f. R. Papesh 1 ,. - 5, NW X . .. G. Patrick - - .. J Him. R. Perry ,-. 'vin Q? ' yn. 4 C. Pierce -Q- 4 1515. 4 A E. Plestis B. Sedmak 00175 -Q E?X X f-. I9 W. Pasiecki ' i.? ,qx I m mv X Qi R 'Q R. Patrick , -f' SS, P I D. Peterson fx 'Q 95. sl' Q! 3 E. Pinto Z.. 4. M. Pohto C. Thompson Ks l 5 ja X I S. Kinzie 1? uf! 9 M. Pasquale .un- .QQ '-A 4: ...- .4 - A. Pekol Q- R. Petro -v-qu. 5 ' ef f O W. Piper lil J. Postle P. Thompson A Q3 HOMEROOM 320 .2 .CF 355 a sie? SSS' -A A QE Iffz 1 G. Gramberg Q... ,. W D. Hall IJ. .J ' A. Hans - Q . fl X R. Hlabse WP? M QV B. Holmes K. Houch li . r r Q E Hs- - , .5 F 'V 3 . as -le :D ! .Z '- W' P i - ' , X L - . 1 .J'fIf,1A'JL.Z! I I L. Goellner E. Golob F. Gonso T. Gortz R, G1-aafmgyer S -'Q W4 gi F - ....- " 4 'R L ' C5 1 an G ' I- xy, ,- - 'K - ' f. . !. S - 1-..-' ' 1. 1 " 1' V, li" 1 Ang, I s R. Griffin R. Grisdale S. Groonis S. Gruden R. Gubanc . 2' - vs Q. .,. ,Q , L, HJ- .j Al ' --A cj ' A w 5 'A ' 1 A Y ..,. - . , . .M . ll ,.'.. .- R Q H' , f ,If L A. -use f. .- f 1 P. Hall M. Hamilton J. Hammink J. Hammink G, Hammond W ,. , g li? ij: 2 . TT fLi"'f"':5L- 22' 2 ff: 'J fe Q fr .Q Vg ' 7.5.25 . -- , ef 'S f .gsm L 'ef' ' J ' 1 -f K. Haynes K. Hayes G. Heidnik N. Hendershot S, Hill U Hello, Mr. Lawson? Q 1, A 4' 3, 'Q x , ' 2 mm cz? F, .Ii JAR Z . - V - .TE S E S. Hlabse M. Holland T E ,A . 3 A: - -1 s . l 1 S. Holmes D. Homer L. Koll D. Luckay 3 I "2' 133 .Al I. X .421 HOMEROOM U4 1 -an . '.'f':' 1. .5 , . .Sk ' . 5 Eva R. Albert W. Boldin ...aw . W 1 x 2 1 X l I 1' .lx A . R. Bradach gag. "' 'V 4 ,z - l .-5 J A W1 I, .. :9 f' D. Brodnik S l.: D- K. Eddy B. Fleck ,. .vu If -d . VY -':-:IV 'Y' X r 1 ' 'fx gr K Q R. Alter .. ,N V HHH I 'C f V ., . V B ug .Q W. Boyd '. ir Tm-'Lib 54: D. Brady D. Brown Tas 'O . ...hz A L. Elbe C. Forsberg '50 1-2 iq. Nw x" g. Q ' ,. .,.., .AJR f' ,un . . ,A ug ' 'ff L f. NQRQW X . A. Brandenburg W.. ,naw i f Ad ,:,-.1 if' 3 I 4' ' 9, F. Brown xl I fgjfi . '9 W. gf D. Elliott J. Fowler . IU' 1 11- S Feeling mousey, Juniors? 4 1, ...df 'l ... D rn il lr -J ,I - -1 - : .X gf J 5: 53 x 3 - ....B .s-5 15' ' al- 5 ' f- , T. Breed A. Brew ll L. .1 .af D. Dreyer L. Dugan . .'..., .izq '- l .5 , 75" 'ffr r-as D. Farrill Fedor B. Fox r -N ""f'fa'f rio 1 Y? l Sv Q, :sv A. Ticchione -if N Q f '1 wd 4? x V' - as .45 Y . f A . .4 -1 R. Brigden X , . el B. DuRose J. Fifolt P. Tutolo -4' 'I xf V , - fxg, R X ' J as I F HoMERooM .x lb,A,, S , 'gf 1: ,v Choral Room Qu., if eq V K 3 5 ! ralAY'1'f4- R. Bending K. Benedum M. Benedum J. Benlien 4. ,JMZEE2 f - , . . I ' M ' Eff"aM.., " - V ...u -H fi" Fw' ' M A' '- an off? v-rm' Je . -'-jg". F ,.' 3 - 51 11' v' ,, f' of oloo n af - - .gp f .f 1... . ' , .1' 1.2. ' 'I 4.9 1 nv 9' I Ax .Q X . -- ., R. Beno D. Benthimer J. Beres F. Berzanske A. Bielfelt R. Bioncli Q 4 . . ,Ja-1...-' a. Q " ' ' '52 ,.., Af ? 1 B ' . Wt '11 I .. A Y 3' ' 'rf . 'J iff "u' 1 . U 1 A ' A ,.1' . .Jr ff' r, ..:75if'.'1'm "--A., ..... f Biff 2 x X T. Bizzari G. Blasius W. Bock R. Bodmer J, Boyle V, Bfamgh , ix V Y : 'V I, Q a b 'VVII 3 t S ' iii'.,,..v--..,.. ..,. . Q' ' 1. ,,,, ' 7 "' , "W ' 1 of 'B 03' A P E' Q7 , ": wx ' 45 'wink ." , - :Elr ic ' M Bk 'B - ' , fa 1 L. Braund 134 W? ew.. .- -J '--" - ., re J, P. Brown 519 .ea rv ...fl ., .. E ,s.f.au,.,. V. Buchner M. Smolinsky I -8 ,J-Q A K. Bray a W Q is -Lg, . T? I J . Browning mam ,ar Q. R ' f ' . . I , C. Burek D. Burlingham ,AS Hy, Tax,- -A 'G' 135 B. Brinza C. Brooks M. Brown M. Brown Mary and George celebrate N.H.S. honor together. W Felth Trea urer P Jackson Presldent C Terranova Vlce Presldent L Schnelder Secretary. BOYS' COUNSELOR Mr. Reeves lk 5 sf Q SJ ..,..,, 'La .2 -.fr'- i 'flier G FKA ' 4-4 'll 'lW'+zroM' Q W HOMEROOM 103 Row 1: L. Guess, B. Anderson, P. Ball, J. Allen, N. Arnold, R. Arm- strong, J. Aufdenhaus, D. Cunning- ham, L. Ames, D. Albrecht. Row 2: S. Allen, W. Arndt, D. Andrulis, T. Bak- er, A. Anderson. Row I: B. Adams, A. Bagocius, B. Adler, S. Anderson, K. Anderson, K. Coros, D. Ambrose, I. Allen. Row 2: M. Balash, L. Balash, J. Balch, R. Adamczewski, T. Malaney, R. Baitt, G. Bednar, D. Aiken. HOMEROOM 105 Row 1: J. Beers, B. Blakeley. Row 2: J. Bates, P. Benedetto, J. Benner, B. Calandra, J. Barbic. Row 3: K. Be- galke, A. Barkto, B. Black, I. Beres, J. Bartos, R. Baron. Row 1: B. Beeke, C. Bauer, B. Bailey, L. Chalfant, I. Barnes, B. Batt, K. Bauer, P. Banko. Row 2: W. Beers, W. Biller, S. Barta, K. Berndt, R. Bennett, S. Berk, J. Black, G. Turick. 5 ' E ' ' L - We if . L '7 64 6 0 E' ' vi? . CQ: we '1 4 Cf M "l" HOMEROOM 'I10 Row 1: J. Neelon, E. Carpenter, J Collingwood, W. Clark, A. Janis, P Clark. V. Clemence, J. Chinchar, T. Cebular. Row 2: E. Braidich, E. Byron, E. Buchholz, D. Bucceri, L. Cuth- bertson, P. Brennan. Row 1: J. Brougher, P. Burford, B Brown. J. Burhenne, D. Brockway, P Calavitta, C. Cadwallader, C. Bybee Row 2: B. Chicone, R. Cergal, D. Ci- Pollo. D. Colbow, D. Collins, R. Con- stantine, G. Conkling, J. Christopher L. Cefarratti. i HOMEROOM 'I06 Row 1: J. Beutell, D. Blattau, C. Bilski, P. Bondi, F. Bentley, F. Boomer, N. Lefevre. L. Berger. Row 2: R. Blake- ley, L. Brewster, B. Blattau, L. Burns, A. Brown, J. Zupancic, L. Bodnar, G. Blakeley. Row I: R. Horn, R. Bystricky, K. Buda. Row 2: C. Rawlings, L. Bernt- son, K. Boswell, S. Beverick, D. Be- yerle, P. Bozich. Row 3: R. Bootz, K. Braunlick, C. Brandt, R. Bright, G. Braidic, J. Carnpana, D. Caldwell. HOMEROOM 'I25 Row 1: M. Chiarello, M. Carpenter, E. Carlson, K. Cibbs, S. Colledge, E. Cimbalos, P. Casey, J. Cermelj. Row 2: R. Dacar, D. Daugherty, F. De- Pasquale, D. Decker, R. Cornwell, T. Davis, F. Corrao, C. Crone. Row 1: K. Collier, C. Cetinsky, D. Drummond, P. Cameron, R. Cohen. Row 2: R. Ritz, T. Cooper, M. Drotos, M. Dane, P. Dever, R. Davis. bv' HOMEROOM 132 Row I.' G. Farley, B. Eidenier. Row 2 M. Couch, N. Creveling, H. Debeljak J. Klauga, M. Cruder. Row 3: D. La Follette, D. Ehas, J. Englebrecht, B Elicker, G. Farwick. Row I.' C. Cradis, H. Cordray, M Daniels, J. D'Amico, J. Danch, N Coode, S. Crooks, M. Collins. Row 2 F. Estanich, J. Evans, B. Feith, B Estvanko, A. Barnes T. Emerson, J Evans, D. Elder. P-4: gal H. xxx rw, fix K' FN I -. 1 1. 4.3- " v sl W- P G v all fglgfillvxr M y . di i ,I l 1 -K J 5 ief fi if 'H' ' .1 6 3 QI x 9 f X HOMEROOM 201 Row 1: D. DiTomaso, W. Eckler, J Dragolic. B. Dinishak, A. Drenik, J Ducca. J. Evans, P. Dreifort. Row 2. E. Francis, G. Krull, J. Focht. R. Fraedrich. R. Langdon. M. Francis, J. Foust. Row 1: D. Deister, A. DiPuccio, N Delac, C. Eastabrooks, C. DeWitt. S DiBiasio, Row 2: J. Fiorelli. J. Fitz- gerald, B. Fink, J. Forker, G. Fowler R. Foxhall. HOMEROOM 205 Row 1: S. Gebe, G. Furth. Row 2: B. Faber, M. Fister, P. Flaler. E. Eddy, J. Fox. Row 3: R. Francis, C. Frown- felter, J. Frye. C. Freed, R. Fuchs, D. Gerwin. Row 1: B. Evans, E. Fuller, G. Gallo. J. Fawcett, E. Fogel, J. Gardner, L Erjavec. Row 2: T. Gerson, T. Gar- zone, T. Geske. J. Gibson. D. Kriz- man, D. Geddes. G. Gezann. . . "' as I 1 Jxv HOMEROOM 206 Row 1: S. Gregurich, J. Ginsburg, L Green, D. Gorsha. R. Gaylon. Row 2 J. Habe, G. Gorsha. D. Guentzler, D Habian. J. Gliebe. D. Glenn. R. Graus Row 1: P. Guth. B. Geisler, J. Green P. Garrett. E. Glenn, C. Giordano S. Gibson, B. Gugliotta. Raw 2: G sez, A. Hach, C. Glenberg. T. Guy HOMEROOM 214 Row I: D. Hovanasek. D. Humphrey Row 2: V. Hamilton. J. Henry. J Halloran. P. Hellman, D. Hayward dorfer J. Hasko T. Heasley A. Hri bar, J. Hartman. Row 1: P. Hayes. B. Haytas. C. Habs 2: H. Hess. F. Hanes, F. Sernel. W 0, Humphries. C. Halderman, R. Heaps, G. Henderson, R. llg. G. Buebner, B. Holwick. IV hs' vw Q 1' , 5 Gross. R. Gualtier, G. Hager. F. Gri- C. Hamilton. I. Heise. Row 3: R. Han- slik. J. lacofano, K. Hunter. A. Herms- D. Henry. G. Heil. B. Harwood. N. Harding. J. Harper. K. Halbedel.R0w ,gf Q 1 .I 1 N ev . W .. T'- yi. F 1-5 X Xu R F fy-Q., ,Q , a.-X , -1 1 Iii - ' ' Z 'ug l X 'hge .. 7 Wi 1291. A " talk! n F ' ,f ' .1 as ll I ' Q ,- i HOMEROOM 215 Row 1: D. Heuer, A. Horton, J. Hayes. S. Hoktovich. C. Holtz. J. Hudock. E Jurc. S. Juunsis. J. Hill. H. Hicks. Row 2: J. Jumes. P. Jackson, J. Johnson, T Jngodnik. G. Jones, J. Kapla, B Jaroseak. Row 1: B. Hocevar. C. Hunt, C. Jan- kovien, V. Hope. M. Hottois, D. Hun- bton. Row 2: R. Karich. R. lvec, M Kapke. D. Jones, J. Jerele. E. Jenkins. P. Karabinus. K Lf HOMEROOM 329 Row 1: C. Winters, L. Williamson, P Chastain, E. Wiltshire, M. Wenger, L Wolf, S. Wolff. P. Zimmerman. Row 2: J: Zielaski, B. Zimmer. D. Yurko- vich. R. Zakraysek, T. Zoul. D. Zust. D. Zimmerman. Row I: B. Yanehar. J. Yanchar, M Zavodnik. S. Sawyer. D. Yert. J. Zele M. Buco, A. Zeravica, S. Welch, S. Wither. Row 2: T. Young, J. Zimmer- man. F. Zupanic, M. Yurosko, S. Yeray. L. Singer, A. Zanyk, R. Zu- pancic. . "St-wi if HOMEROOM 224 Row I: C. Lacny, C. Kranyak, D Krause. C. Lausin. J. Leporati, A Lenarsic, B. Link, E. Laub. Row 2: T Leininger. B. McMahon, D. Lonchar D. McGowan. F. McVetla, D. Leut- becker, D. Lilley. R. McCulloch. Row 1: M. LaBant, J. Krieger, M Krueger. H. Krome. B. Lindquist, J Lehman, L. Lane. A. Lanese. L. Ley beck. Row 2: J. Markatos. L. Lengel J. Ludwick. K. Malchow, L. Liggett B. Lindner, D. Barnes, H. Limbeck, L. Long. C. Marett. HOMEROOM 221 Row 1: K. Kleinhcnz. S. K10tzbach,C Kosher, B. Kopach. D. Knaus, L. Kish G. Kogen. Y. Kozlevcnr. Run- 2: J Kovnch, G. Lamos, T. Kramer. D Fink. J. Kurti, B. Kasanavish. S Iaudenbach, D. Dynes. B. Kostick, B kranich. Raw 1: R. Kish, L. Komraus. P. Kilko. S. Korda. S. Kellas. B. Kish, K Kozar. G. Kolman. Raw 2: J. Kokosky, D. Koval, W. Lzaurerison, N. Lauter, T. Krauss. J. Konte. C. Van Scoder. M 1 X ,ff- 1 l - 'xp HOMEROOM 225 Row 1: P. Maher, C. Markert, J Loncala. J. Massie, M. Malaney, M McDerment, L. Lytle, J. Lube. Row 2 J. Mirosavich, J. Matzelle. R. Mikovic T. Marsh. R. Miller, H. Mayer, B Marton, N. Medlen, J. Marsh, B Mervar. Ron' I: B. Madey, K. Logan, M. Mc- Pherson, W. Lucas. J. Macy, G. Mad- da. Row 2: F. Mauceri, B. Lemmons F. MacKenzie, R. Martin. P. Mas- kunas. E. Michshaw, J. Kovalec, J Mochan, D. Middleton. HOMEROOM 227 Row 1: D. Milmont, P. Mirenda, B Milavec, M. Mitchell, H. Millar, M Middleton, E. Matlock, C. Miller, Row 2: B. Niehaus, S. Mohler, J Newman. G. Moss, D. Mohoric, L Morris, D. Novak. Row I: E. Miklavec, G. Mathson, D. Mekedis, N. Mesojidic, D. Matlis, B. Miller, S. Middlebrook, J. Miller, D. Monroe. V. Motta. Row 2: D.,Nelson, B. Moore, H. Nebe, T. O'Hara, J. Morris, B. Molnar, D. Oberstar, P. Morkunas. R. Mylar, T. Moulis. 'HL sJ -fqq FTF! .. HOMEROOM 228 Row 1: C. Pajk, L. Papp. D. Mustiekas, A. Murphy. S. Mueller. G. Nosan, C Nass, P. Paul. J. Nada, P. Nobbe. Row 2: R. Pagon. M. Pasiescki. L. Page. J. Pappas. E. O'Saben. J. Peter- sen, M. Orebaugh, W. Patton, D. Paskey, L. Orazem, S. Ott. Row 1: S. Muelheisen. C. Mullens, B Muir, C. Nelson, C. Murray. B. Owen B. Osten. Row 2: S. Palinkas, P. Page R. Ockunzzi. M. Pavlina, E. Orazen D. Ortman. J. Petro, J. Odda, J Parada, F. Parker. HOMEROOM 230 Row 1: M. Puleo. D. Pun- gercher. Row 2: J. Mestek. J. Primeau. P. Perrotti. J. Podob- nikar. K. Podwils. B. Petersen. S. Pouss, T. Rankin. Row 3: D. Purtill, V. Petrovic. J. Pos- tle, M. Reba. C. Rannigan. D. Picozzi, B. Pollutro. Row 1: C. Phillips. D. Petrov. D. Pisek. C. Pavelka. L. Perg. M. Pischa. A. Pinter. M. Petrk. N. Phillips, J. Pike. Row 2: K. Pedlin, J. Radcliffe. W. Pugh. J. Proudfoot. J. Picciano. R. Petrich. L. Repas. S. Pri- jatelj. A. Pretrar. T. Palirikas. .f. 51 . . ill U ,. fu n,' 1 C' g . a S- . . 'vm' .V ' . W Q' 'axis-, 4, Y' ' . ' A 1 7 I J WW" 1 I. X5 . ,N, 1 . ,i li AIS . 'Lf' 4 V ' .. is f . - . .z 5' R r.,, N . Q "' , , 1- : ' M 'N w v 1 - ' v f f, ' L Q ' Q Q f- ' 1 , ,A.. ' ' M ' I 1 L . - ' . ax.. X. ' N .,. z 3 HOMEROOM 309 Row I: G. Schaefer, A. Shina- gaw, J. Simcic, R. Stadler. Row 2: W. Schumer, R. Schubert G. Smith, D. Smith, J. Schweml ler, J. Baker. Row I: J. Sarangelo, L. Sal- mick, P. Rote, K. Schmidt, B. Schmitt, D. Schmitt, B. Scan- lon, P. Scheibel, M. Sabetti. Row 2: D. Shields. B. Seaman, B. Mervis, M. Sakora, G. Spen- ko, L. Schneider, J. Slaybaugh, G. Sirca, K. Skula. ,g5f5' - s. HOMEROOM 231 Row I: S. Ralls, B. Rhoades, C. Reba C. Quitmeyer, J. Roberts, D. Rositano M. Randazzo, J. Reichenbach, B Romisher, A. Sobrocco, J. Rodewald H. Rose, J. Richardson, J. Romano J. Samsa. Row 1: R. Roberts, P. Raymond, L Prokop, S. Prioreschi, A. Roberts, K Rash, B. Ritz. Row 2: C. Rowles, C Rich, R. Sak, D. Ricci, M. Slattery W. Russ. as sr, X..-4' 'i ff S, 'Irv ?I 9 . W SS. '51 A . S-NNE 2 ,, t L. 1 .- .4 v ' . A ' ffl? ' G- "fn ng ' r 1 M l X... , . .... , -HW 'ff M5 5 . ,sf . xv. I , at., ,rf .. . . 1 1.4.x 2 . ' s' .41 J' . f"'-- fx V? I " lf -:gtg . 1, Q .Q , I 4 X ,p V- s , . Q 1 f f . ,- Qff ' if ff 1' A , . swf.. . L- : J -, . . if - , ..- W as Q B X -. j is M ' y f " J ' ' . ' U is . W 'xi 'J ' ii Rf J -Q P Q ' " -ie - .f f J' 5 . K -',, 3 1 X' f L i 'K 11 HOMEROOM 313 Row 1: B. Seifert, K. Schuette, K Simmons, E. Sippola, J. Seres, J. Scott S. Schott, C. Shenkel. Row 2: R: Sotka, D. Stevenson, K. Sowul, J. Stoneback T. Steich, U. Stamm, S. Smrdel. Row 1: I. Shonk, D. Schulz, P Smicklas, N. Schwarts, C. Smith, M Singer. Row 2: P. Smith, J. Albergo C. Stevens, R. Stasienko. "WW HOMEROOM 315 Row I: S. Stahler, B. Wiedemann, C. Spena, R. Strah, E. Straub, B. Stone, S. Stanwyck. Row 2: R. Taylor, E Thomas, L. Tolar, C. Tilk, C. Topping, J. Tannenbaum. Row 1: R. Stafford, P. Springer, C Stanley, J. Suhar, P. Starnes, J. Sob lesky, M. Sovich. P. Snyder. Row 2: C. Terranova, J. Subel, G. Taylor, J Sturm, W. Tekavic, D. Thomas, P. Bene, D. Swan. .2 . 2 ., 'VNU' 5 'C' 91 ' K, Q4 'PH' ., , gf Q, 3 VJ, W., mv v- J '- xu' Q. . I 0.4! K Az. ,. , .. 3 i .QQ 'Q HOMEROOM 321 Row I: J. Sullivan, S. Troxell, P. Tinker, J. Telisman, N. Tilly, M. Sustersic, D. Susnis, E. Sullivan, B. Svrga. Row 2: R. Watt. G. Union. T. Trauger, C. Trouter. H. Webb, B. Turk, F. Vantilburg, T. Vitanza. Row 1: B. Tomle, J. Scheff, N. Sullivan, B. Syracuse, V. Sestak, S. Szalek. Row 2: B. Valentino, R. Virant, T. Tucker- man, P. Keyerleber, B. Verh, D. Wal- lace, J. Wasenda. HOMEROOM 324 Row I: B. Valince, L. Warnke, J. Tyjewski. M. Vagasky. Row 2: W. Wohlgemuth, R. Wilson. G. Mac- Quarrie, W. Whalen. R. Wickizer, J. Whitehead. Row 1: M. Vicic, V. Turner, E. Tyrrell, D. Walzer. S. Utterback, B. Tyler, B. Wallace, K. Viviano. Row 2: L. Weeks, J. Weible, J. Whittaker, R. Woidtke, L. Sortet, W. Williams, R. Woodruff, B. Yabroff. AUX N 4 S , s . .. ... . .- .. f .3553 , V I ,Q K"lZi:SA I 1 I KAW -6 Sirk . t'3 E3 mea .'1lxi.,l gg . HOMEROOM 216 Row 1: T. Kardell, L. Jarabek, S. Kelember. J. Smith, J. Kadun. S. Kapudja, J. Kearns, P. Iosue. Row 2: J. Kneale, B. Knaus, G. Kavon, F. Kochevar, M. Filipovic. D. Ritchie, S, Kocell, T. Kevern, B. Kelly. i l Friends were by our side this year, a living phase of our school life. Casual acquaintances had the value of interest and companionship. Deep friendships bore the gift of love, and were precious in their rich existence. With them we shared a special feeling, for above all we had the assurance of knowing that they were always there, and, for those graduating, that they will always remain there. We went to these friends and they came to us at all times, during moments of joy and dark spells of sadness. We talked with them, worked with them, went to movies, games, and pizza palaces with them, we laughed with them, we cried with them. We shared, and this was the essence of our friendships at Euclid, we shared in . . . l fv- IYLLUH , f 1 nz., . ' gp, A RECREATIO W l ! 1 E , .7"14 , ,W 1:2 " 4.57-' I'g ,. ie, ffm L . ,la g . uf- 1. . f... xx,-f a ' 1 4' 1 I Q ,,, ,sy .Q A ,g mfg., Q.. l, ..,s.Ng , , AJ' KPQ. ' X. , ' yr, ,img Vw , 4 5' X .lv-'z "'.'--'fm ' , .-f .- 1 ' ,'jv"'v'3Q ,Qfj , V ,A . ,,. X .A.. . 3 1' ' ' - N' 'f,,.,g-.jg j . in : . , Q, . 1 ,'r'f'---A-'g"f""' 1 5 ,. S4 w-G" . L..-'I-1'1" ' A. "' ' . - ' . - .-f. -5. ., -. ,Y xl-, ? , t , -ff, .,.,gvJf'!:p:? .l Q1 . 4,- ang--1 we J- f, L, '.'g,,.'gw w fv , :A '4-,1:'.- ' . Ad'-A. 1-fg-425-9" - . .,,,l-5,:'T'1 -r X 5.1-:ra Jews?-4y,.".. -- .wwf-fu " ' 14 . ',f 5ff'.fv1- Qg25'53,r ' . '- , 5- 5 ,fz .-4 , Mg- .- . iq:-,Y-1. .qgffr J:e:,f37,- 3,3-'..gfff1"4 P- - ' I. -A1-. QL. "- 4, '-'-',','-I-.-V 3 ."' 1. -f' '?"',f3'f.9V"K - I ftgsdzrl 7:P'4!f "'l1'.A-.TQ57'2L-.i'F5-7' v- . - , - -f.., ,yr-, '. 'S' wi", '-:1."4f fvf93f:?'k' 4.?p-Q-3 '7- A-5,,,,Q,,. l .1 - ' -Jang, 'r.'. H7 ' 4' M"-211-'Huy 'iff' 'V Y! Kg. 4-f, ' , 1"- .-.ft a' - 5521. I ' 4 1 fr-1 Y ' "1 v ,. inf Q ' ' Z vi 1. , ,,- ,. ,r .T ' -30,1 ' E.. Q Q I. .4 'ui '. -4. 1 sr' ,,.,.4, H A fsff..,f -' w--1 ,F 417 .-we-,5.,,, Q 1. 3 . J w n.. mga t-,.,, XFN ' ?f'51Q-N g f 5--r " "fx jg., 1, ' K an J' The recreation program at Euclid High is at a wisely- established level of near-perfection. Neither over-empha- sized nor under-emphasized, the administrators of our school have strived to raise our activity program to it's proper place, and to keep it there, allowing for natural growth. As students this year, we enthusiastically took part in this phase of our school, both through student social life and athletics. We realized what Euclid offered us in the way of constructive reacreation . . . "'l"v 17 The large lounge was a restful haven after a busy day. KE" for Elegance, Easy Relaxation Our spacious Panther Bar. Say, look out Mrs. Graafmeyer! ll an ,-,.,. N KV ' ss rn 1 J? A .. L . .'k4 X il 1 -f The peaceful comfort of the small lounge attracted many a tired Euclidite. Outdoor atmosphere of the patio was brisk at this time, but Spring promised a refreshing change. 'x f, ,abc . .xx -I Q0-'af-5 The long delay in the opening of the Social Cen- ter had a positive effect on the students of Euclid High as all shared a deeper sense of pride and ap- preciation in the good fortune that was theirs. During the 1958 Home-coming week-end, the doors were at last opened, revealing to students, faculty, administrators, and citizens the beautiful product of many hours of planning and labor. The students of Euclid for the past three years have played an integral part in the completion of this fantastic project, and their gratitude for the opportunity was and always will be inexpressible. This attractive, inviting area was kept humming at noontime, after school, and during weekends, as Euclid students rushed at the chance to utilize their privilege of having such a Wonderful center. Their maturity in conducting themselves exempli- lied the spirit and pride which they take in their new found possession. Q. X 1 if : R, - 'Cf' ' .,., . "?""f':. . NH 'R' uf' - - f 1 g5:s X. 7 : ."' , -sig .- i A, QQ: fs, r , , , 1--f,j-sas-- . . . .wg ,A Eh, A .r , J... . eg 4 ,,r,,.-.,-f ' , V . O , if .xg 'ff- ' D 9 ix! Ab?":'. 'f' A ' 1 .wi 0 . x 1 I v K ,QA J- ., ' -.- V r'- A: 7? ' ,- ' QQLLT' gf., .. -'1h'l'- -u4,N,:z?:+-aids aa M - f""' N QQ - as 11 X N ...nd MRS. GRAAFMEYER, MANAGER Our spacious ballroom had the perfect atmosphere for all occasions. - 5'F'?'Wf""' -Y H ' if cl' lisa? f, L QFIQ-w fi' . .F l ...f , . X 154 3. . 1 The Panther Bar area was a sweet-shop, ballroom, gab-fest room, and game room all wrapped into one. Our E-Room provided an atmosphere for all moods during lunch periods and after school. For those wishing to dance to the latest hits, or sit over a milk shake while having a lively discussion with friends, the Panther Bar area was a perfect invitation. The student who longed to find a peaceful spot where he could get away from the hectic pressure of school life was attracted to the restfulness of the lounges. Here he could listen to the traces of music that drifted from the soda bar, and yet re- lax quietly either with friends or alone. The huge ballroom was reserved for dan- ces and other important occasions and the outdoor patio promised to add a touch of the beauty of nature when spring arrived. Words could scarcely describe the splen- dor of our social center. The small lounge was relaxing, yet lively with it's plants and blue and gold cushions. 'oblong igxlgel' fs'-f.. 141' f be Euclid Panthers on the drive. "One-for-the-Panthers" Became 6,700 -'QM 156 A xg is f' V4 SE, V g .Pg Q, ,f KN lgfw, ,awe 5 'fi f " Q - ',J N- H 'nfs I 'V ., J 3 L-1 M9-, it . i ,g X,-nw - ' 4 aaamafiiz, , Q 2 eaafa m, - ,M-if rytdfx referees ,L ,n .1 X6 lg' ' ' gy. - I. Q S4 1 , .,,..' 293553113 """ gp-p N aaaaegge I f ji' ,'-- - - eaaaaflf ' hw' Sgaasfgfa ,.Wv-M , Q K A,. '4,.1 ,magma ,, I. . . A,. L- y 15632-1-9 ,..5. ,:ql'!',:i 3 -I , 19+ . i if K ,V. .,, ,-- QEIQGQ , -vet " W, iQQ A 4319 " 3 .I Q aa aged l A ,Q emfgga iibqigiinbfvliik' ,., . . W ...mars But Ma'm, they're cheaper by the dozen' Panthers parade for victory. Spirit ran high and intense as students ushered in the 1958 foot- ball season. The Buy-one-for-the- Panthers campaign was its usual success, as Euclid citizens showed their profound interest in the wel- fare of their school and its athletic program. Our team had a slow start at the scoreless St. Joe's Pre- view game, but the pep parades proved to all that we were behind the fellas in victory or defeat. Faithful Euclidites got the Pan- thers rolling on another exciting sports season. ev 3 l x it :if i vp ? 5 5 5 ff :E ' ,..,,,.,,,, d1,...M ,Mt v ,. 'r ru? Shaking up a victory spirit. Football Fans Prove Fa1thlul Followers . Spirit! The entire school was enveloped in it this year as the crisp, autumn winds whipped around the goal posts and the mighty Euclid Panthers embarked on an- other football season. The gridiron action seemed to instill a new pride in the heart of every student and citizen, for no matter what the weather man predicted the Eu- clid stands always boasted a standing- room-only crowd. Self-sacrificing Panthers who gave up a night of cheering were the Ad Club members selling tickets, and the concession workers providing red-faced fans with steaming cups of coffee and cocoa. Whether the game was in our own sta- dium or was reached by the exciting, rumbling trip in a chartered bus, Euclid students could always be found returning home with husky throats after the night's adventure. Pride in the team, in victory or defeat, was just one small sign of Euclid's intangible spirit. Truly, 'No one could be prouderf 211.5 9 ,V feed ali YN I 2:37 A..,f - 1' , 'mg And no one could be prouder. PM XA, 6 N! .ew V .1 .iwkqmfu Chipping in wr! 4 'par A ...,. 'K The Shaker dummy makes his last play. Bonf1re's "C'mon! Everybody's going to the bonfire!" was the cry of the faithful Panther followers as they tramped across the fields, still wet from the afternoon's rain, on their way to the bonfire. Songs . . . cheers . . . spirit at an intense pitch, and another Homecoming week-end was oiiicially begun. Shouts of victory echoed through the night and sparks of spirit leaped into the crisp autumn air as enthusiasm reached its peak. The majorettes twirled and danced to the stirring music of the Pep Band, radiant Homecoming nominees were introduced, and the red and white Shaker dummy was hurled atop the glowing embers. With happy faces, the untiring cheerleaders led the crowd in the victory yell as the coals burned lower and lower. The fans strained at the ropes as anticipation rose in time with the rhythm of the fight song. Then it was out of the ring for a final burst of spirit led by the band, cheerleaders, and majorettes as they headed the traditional "snake dance" in front of the stadium. From far away, a climax of excited shouts could be heard diminishing as the once- reddened sky gave way again to blackness. As the last ember smoldered, the Panther fans, with hopes for a victory as high as the sparks that had licked the cool night air, soon realized that the bonfire was just a pre- view of good times to follow. Where'd the band go? The fire of spirit burned in the heart of every Panther Blaze Sparks Homecoming Spirit . . . The names Search our the headless dummy. 3 fn fir 1-. .f 3' I Publications clocked a victory for Euclid. "Help! It's leaking!" "Watch out!-It's going to fall!'l These and many other similar cries of distress rang through the rain and cold as the 1958 Home- coming tloats assembled outside the stadium before the game. De- spite all obstacles, some of the floats were preserved well enoug' to participate in the half-time pa- rade. Valiantly they displayed the blue and gold-faded from rain- and sadly but proudly disinte- grating masterpieces traced a path around the field and past the judges. The winning Boats really de- served the credit given them, for they had survived all perils and had come through carrying their themes which reflected the spirit that was everywhere present, de- spite Mother Nature's attempts at drowning. The destruction of hours of work caused by the incessant rain brought some tears which just couldn't be held back. I Floats Float in The memories of building our homecoming floats will be treasured. .fn ' AJ 1' Z5 I MA? ' ' 'r'A'ISx "-J' .B X ' if i ffgtl- vi: f 1-.swi3','Q. ,Aix . 'ry -1. ' 29 c- f FL -'Emir - E Q, A'-'1' s x ' axe," W I a I s Ny ' ' yiff,-2 L. I x, yu 1 1.2 5 3 . x xl V . , ,R , V . 4 Q' .. . ' Q0 L K a Q P 'S X .W , e X , o 4 Q, .S i x Viv - 4 C V' -A Q S A ,. w.,Rk .' 7 A - . 'QI ' I .Qty -..- I I K. 3 1 A ,d.?'T'5x:E rv.. ,. 6.3 5 B Q, gf ix Q A 'e . V V. I xv R 1 " 'vc fr Q Lg V ' - I 4 . 'ik . 1 a ' ? ix Y, K. + 'J J :Hr 'F .nv Q. , . A T-- , . , , 693, Hg I . f Li. 1 Q . 5 5 1 is X ' . xi' 1 U .Sf "' f , L N 9855 1' - af wi, K 8 px -Q 'L C Q s , 4 v - Q X X - 5 - , V 4 - 4' hu! .-. , 1 1 K ,A vt Y "K V . gs-T,.V A b - lp A x , - G4 . x 1 " -Eiga., x Sei' .xi ' fu. 'L , '- ' - V 1, Y 1.1 '. 2... ' V 'ff ' ' fx ' " 3 V -N J... 1 5 N ' U ' z : Y ' K r V h , - ' D .P X- ? .. .F I u ' 44:5 ' " ' '- q. , A .gi N-12.4 Q 4 Q I -sul fs ,ll it 1 a l,l,k .la 1 -f ', - l , . af., . 1 : n 4 , . , A . - - . k , - . f 9 ' V f 1 , V i .4 xf' 'h I xi? Lx Ti - " X ' ' . ,gf xx H 'S A ' j 7 s gba 6 -gvxhfn .V -V L vt V 0 ,- 'g -. Q 1 , fi f. . " V . ' ' I , r 1. 6 4 ' 49 M ' 1 " . v X ! ' ' 7 Y 5 .- ' 'P' ' - L 5 N 5 rd s i Q Q vi C. , I ' 1 Q ' , K Y I 5 'x " H l Y V' ,. , , I ,. - I ' ',"..iil:x,.t,. 'LA ,.-- - I . ...A si-C v. , AO ik ' . .J F v, I, - . , nr :F .155 . Tp " . - - 502 , - 'ff-. - x "- .' I .A '10 1 ' 4 'A , ' '- G' ' 91,7 vs Row I M Smith J S3JCV1C E Reder D Ingram J Turk Row 2: J. Koeth, G. Weatherly, E. Unapher, K Eddy M Nowacek Row 3 M Soblesky G Nosan D Paul E. Sullivan, P. Clemence. Star-studded One of the most highly anticipated nights of the 1958-59 school year was that of the gala Home- coming Dance, highlighting the weekend full of tradition and spirit. Held in the new E-Room, this was one of the most successful celebrations of its kind ever sponsored at E.H.S. Climaxing the festive, never-to-be-forgotten eve- ning were the crowning of the Homecoming Queen and the installation of her four attendants. The radiant smiles on their faces and the sparkling tears in their eyes were reflected in every face that lined the royal pathway. The joy of all attending brought a fitting conclusion to this glorious aiiair. ,X , l I I I could have danced all night. -,PV. ,J 7,4 . 11, Week-end Sparkles . . . Heck no. just one of them's with me! at 1 ' 1 1 I 4 f V ' x K ll Z' , A l ' c I The crowning touch 1- ,I SX "Q, N . x , 5 f..m " , V 1 'Sir' c.-"L 1 ' "2 -3. lv r Senior Attendant, Mary V. Nowacek Senior Attendant- Mary Smith Sophomore Attendant, Eileen Sullivan Junior Attendant, Karen Eddy 166 K R xxr., B fm 1,-mon. My , A -w W 2.1.5, . g YI 6,9 'N q- by .P Ml .A .,,., KN' J . , , fi, Homecoming Queen. Delores Ingfam 9 5 Please I I DO Ng: i , amen .A ,fl t wi ' .9 1 Student life in the E-Room was relaxing and enjoyable. This is our social life in all its phases-relaxation, recreation, work, and play-directed and on our own. But student life is by no means limited to the social functions of our school. It entails also active participation in competition. Cross country, football, swimming, basketball, wrestling, baseball, track and other sports became a most integral part of high school life. With the chal- lenge of academics, some faced the challenge of competitive sports. Many Euclidites, both boys and girls, found extreme enjoyment in the physical arts. Each discovered his latent abilities and, through practice, encouraged their development and improvement. This was his social life as Interesting and unusual entertainment came at half time from the band. z 'W' .5. , 55 517' ...,,, t X . ti f 5. : Y Y . -X Y -1 U k 'Im-s-'11 , t f' 1.3.2 1 Swim Club had a whale of a time building their Boat. Student Life Closely Associated With Athletics a student, and to him its importance could not be disregarded without insult to the beneflts of athletic competition. As an active participant, it was easy for him to recognize these favorable characteristics, and he worked to relay this fact to others. Success was his, for sports this year were respectfully regarded as an important phase of student life. Euclidites always bet on the Panthers for victory. l 'ii -.gm we " 'S 5 9llELf nf px t Q f. g,., xl! LL Q 1 5 Row I: R. Kelso, E. Francis, W. Nebe, W. Lewin, R. Francis, J. Jerele, F. Hanes, T. Dolan. Raw 2: S. Allen, D. Ehas, D. Novak, E. Jenkins, T. Gerson, D. Geddes, J. Beres. J. Spenko, D. Jones. Row 3: R. Hicks, J. Perz, J. Grant, B. Graus, W. Gorse, C. Taylor. R. Doyle. N. Charske, P. Howard, D. Seifert. Row 4: L. Dennis, G. Podwils, D. Knaus. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM One sport to which very little attention is given -but which is deserving of a great deal-is cross country. The boys on this team were dilligent, strong workers-having to be in order to survive the strain of their rigorous training program. A two mile run was a commonplace practice for these ambitious boys, and their excellent training was made apparent every time they appeared in a meet. With their star, Bill Lewin, capturing first place almost every time he ran, the harriers achieved a remarkable 14-2 record, took the Lake Erie League Championship for the third consecutive year, Hrst place in the District Meet, third in the Bowling Green Relays, and sixth in the State Meet. Everywhere they ran, they displayed the spirit and drive that have made them a Hrst-rate team. Leading the pack, Bill Lewin and Tony Lucci Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid vARsrrY Reconn 17 18 16 28 15 15 15 15 15 16 15 19 15 44 17 15 3rd Bowling St. Joseph C Preview D St. Joseph Shaw John Adams Shaker Latin Collinwood Brush St. Ignatius Shaw East Lakewood John Marshall West Tech Parma Cleveland Heights Green Relays lst Lake Erie League 1st District 6th State . , '.Ii"f5. X , ,E 'K 'Q ' 5. 4' X 53" 3' Neil Charske Jim Grant fffbfil ' 3 .Q-., . A YQ' -at-rr is ' e , ive- if N., 'Nt S151 ffl? b +V- . X .,., or vi 45 39 CLD 50 54 50 50 50 46 50 50 19 CLJ 44 50 Ray Doyle Chuck Hocevar . 'J' 'JI' X, 1 1 ! Vg A The -J' I . Bob Kelso 2 i 3 s 1 Fwlu Bill Nebe 1 A . .5 W imhfiai X ...A , has Rr' Dexter Seifert Bill Lewin J x 'Q ""'Q' , , 4 sf . . ., .,,. .Q XC as , ' ei., as 5' '15 John Perz Row 1: W. Gorse, C. Hocevar, W. Lewin, W. Nebe. Row 2: R. Francis, J. Jerele, A. Lucci, E. Francis. mf . lg a ,VQPKZ VV aw , x ' i ' 5 y sg , " ' 5 S 4.19 "And away we go!" , 1 , 1 il F I wx. fy- , ' We Lk . . .. ,M 5, E l lf ax rar' Speed, Spirit, Sportsmanship . . . Cross Countr Presenting the new captain Tony Lucci. D. Thompson, Coachg C. Hocevar, Captain. .,.,. .. e - .-swf." L ,rr ' "fs e. . fl A07--v :.- 111' 1 'N isa? Euclid gains an immediate lead. Mr. Owens accepting hard-fought-for trophies . 5 . , 3 . Q- .Q i j r f 4 rv . F - 2 Q ,,2'1 ' , 41 A 437. Q- L - . N .A 1 A ' "1 ' ' , y ' , T N4 M4 'N ' fr' ' A A . yi A 2 . 3 A I .U 1, Surf - ,ig 5 f 'u. - ' , A T . A 4 A V A I 1 3 2 1- 4-'P K Muze 1 l49 4 Auf u I7 is-4 12a --f 'i...GUg'L 10-5,5 9. P. 5 T + P A E g ,IIA . ui ,ik in?-4 rl' - V, Uifeffl Bl i .A .Ik 1' d m, . 'INA -' ,Q el -Mg filing 'Lfgl K :J Q M 4 'ML ,E '-"""'r I . ' A"' A ' We "A . W ,Tv Q p. . ' IE '55 ,"' A ii 1 A ' I ' I - A. . .L 4 , ' ' ,. ' f-. 3,11 Q .. , , .. '- 'J ' . P- E if ze. M. 4 nv i Row I: J. Thomas, T. Bizzarri. B. Highland, B. Mason. J. Bell, W. Rositano, J. DiCuccio. R. Watson, R. Patrick, R. Brown. T. Gortz, K. Wicks. Row 2: C. Herbst, P. Check. B. Wight, G. Snider, L. Reed. D. Donahue, R. Soeder, L. Backus, W. Sippola, B. Boldin, T. French. B. Balbuze, R. Hunter. K. Smith. Row 3: D. Yert, F. Terrant. K. Kalinowski, P. Mushinko, G. Soeder, T. Constantine, B. Palmer, T. Burger, P. Check, A. Aljancic, K. Wanderslaben, D. Hyne, M. Pillar. VARSITYCOACHES AND MANAGERS Row I: R. Deister, R. Batt, T. Smith. Row 2: J. Morrison. D. Mohr. C. Asher. Row 3: N. Nelson. A. Galicki. Bob Balbuze J'-'Jhfl B611 'TTT " 1 Tim Burger Tom Constantine Well, it's all in the game! Tom French 'Qc - Walter Grisard 'mu if 3 Bob Highland Rich Hunter Football . . . High-pitched Action A rough tackle shows the determined efforts of fine football. Jerry DiCuccio A"'N Dennis Donahue I '!"'R1 l V, , A, . !1 Ar Donehue is really light on his feet! Bill Palmer Mike Pillar i Lynn Reed Wayne Rositano Breakin , rivin , QP 2-.5 ,- Ken Smith Gary Snider Ronald Soeder William Tilk Every party has a poovef- - - XJ if It was all in the game for the men of the gridiron this year as the Panthers enjoyed the spine-tingling, infectious excitement that is so characteristic of football at Euclid. Although the record stands as a point by point account of the team's success, there is no measuring device for the valuable experience gained by these enthusiastic athletes. With sports- manship behind them, as a lesson in itself, the boys worked diligently to create a good name for their school and wide-spread pride for its athletic prowess. The training program to which they were subjected was not limited to physical growth and improvement, but also to the strict conditioning of principles so vital to the success of a sportsman. Throughout the entire season the players stood as examples to the citizens of Euclid, examples of sports that have sacrificed no exciting flavor while remaining clean-cut. The 1958 football season furthered friendship, recreation, and leaming for all concerned. Eucltd's team even masters the art of ballet l aa Ken Wanderslaben Ron Watson Ken Wicks Bob Wight Euclid halts all progressors. Dad's give the team a final boost. 111 VARSITY RECORD VARSITY Euclid 14 Maple Heights 0 Euclid 19 Canton-Lehman O Euclid 14 Willoughby North 14 Euclid 33 Lakewood 6 Euclid O Shaw 21 Euclid O Heights 14 Euclid 20 Shaker 16 Euclid 14 Parma 28 Euclid I6 Saint Joseph 28 Football . . High-pitched Action Bullet pass pierces Panther defense. An important step up from junior high football, the Junior Varsity played proudly and diligently in the name of Euclid Senior High School during the 1958 season. Although the boys carried high hopes of continuing on to varsity ball, they nevertheless worked all season with a faithful attitude toward the advantages of their own league. The excellent training and coaching they received formed a stable base for their untiring efforts to improve their own abilities and thereby further the standing of their team. The J. V. men learned that the intangible power trans- mitted by the shouts of faithful supporters was a strong incentive to fight their hardest for victory. But when the verdict was defeat, they displayed maturity and deep- rooted sportsmanship by accepting it in a manner that was admirable both on and off the lield. Whether or not their football careers end now, or con- tinue into varsity or even college competition, Euclid's J. Vfers can chalk up an education in the 1958 football season. . .isqnv L at, 1,11 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Row I: D. Colbow, J. Gessic. D. Drummond. T. Rankin, J. Balch. G. Haber. K. Buda. T. Moulis, L. Schneider F. Parker, J. Collingwood. Row 2: T. Krauss, P. Maskunas, J. Mirosavich, D. Sprochi. R. Francis, D. Lonchar. J. James, W. Biller. G. Fowler. F. Mauceri. Row 3: R. Woodruff, D. Jones. J. Foust. J. Balch. C. Terronova. E. Carpenter, E. Orazen. P. Keyerleber, N. Lauter, S. Berk. Row 4: E. O'Saben, W. Dixon, R. Virant, P Jackson, J. Forker, T. Garzone, J. Sturm, J. Gebe, W. Fink. Row 5: G. Sirca, R. Baitt, J. Kovach. W. Patton. R. Petrovich. K. Berndt, D. Mohoric. K. Malchow, B. Verh, D. Ortman, C. Tilk. JUNIOR VARSITY COACHES J. Mayer, J. Lindsay H. Daugherty. JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD J .V. Euclid 20 Maple Heights 6 Euclid 6 Brush 14 Euclid 26 Willoughby 0 Euclid 8 Lakewood 8 Euclid 20 Shaw 6 Euclid 22 Heights 6 Euclid 30 Shaker 6 Euclid 0 Parma 16 Euclid 6 Saint Joseph 0 . TN 41 '.L'..j 2, if , V: F: V fy NV ., Sh Y- qf , . ls 1 dl 1 at .5 - .af 1.3:-K ' X . V .- ... , I. A If If 9 X A . fx ,N TA I '27, ffm' I yn, 15 , V ' A 'N 1 i - 1 cj tl ' uc -4 . 4 1 A, , -Q -,s ' , , 1 ' Lf ' ii A - TR A 1 . XX N , VARSITY SWIM TEAM Row I: D. McMillin, B. Swisher, T. Crawford, D. Pavlicek. R. Hurlburt, C. Lawson. D. Weiss, B. Goble. Row 2: R. Schubert, J. Ricket, W. Nelson, D. Daugherty. D. Knaus. R. Anderson, J. Kos, J. Ryba. Masters of the Natatorium Finish Fighting VARSITY RECORD Euclid 46 Euclid 56 Euclid 26 Euclid 19 Euclid 40 Euclid 23 Euclid 10 Euclid 32 Euclid 63 Euclid 32 Euclid 3 8 Euclid 38 Euclid 46 5th-Euclid Relays 4th-Lake Erie League Shaker 40 Shaw 31 Berea 60 Kent State 59 Cleveland Heights 46 Lakewood 63 Wooster 0 Shaker 54 Shaw 23 Berea 54 Cleveland Heights 48 Lakewood 48 Westem Reserve Academy 40 Although the Panther mermen did not have a winning season, they managed to hold their own with a 5-7 record. Even though they failed to capture meet honors, they broke-and re-established-twelve school recordsg and defeated, for the first time in Euclid's history, the Shaker Heights team by a score of 46-40. These feats, and the skill with which they were accomplished, were the results of the long hours of practice put in by the swim team from November through March. Euclid saw many aching-but will- ing-backs! The junior members of this year's team have gained much applicable know-how, and are sure to put E.H.S. on top in the 1960 season. Ours was the team that, with its drive and spirit, made Euclid proud through its display of talented ability. Kos aces another dive. s "fs ':. .5 Q-if v IQ Q-. 1 s , -- an fl 5 5'-7-'K X 4, "' "" ik Ch TYTTY .L Bob Chilcole Tom Crawford Coach Barlow and Coach Donaldson dlscuss tactlcs w1th the . KY? manager and captain. ,. 3 ,..,a.,, vw- "" 'N f"""" ' .M , ra :ww-i .5 -, -..:' 4 K, ,f',,,"" 'jj 1 - fff '1' t ' , 7 Randy Hurlburt Charles Lawson Tom French 3. , - ,.,, ' 5,- ' 1 . C. , dl '11 C ,FTE '-513--5' , ' ' af? . , V. f . . " "ii-"-N 11 .,4v.,1 Hf . Dale McMi1lin 2 1., Jack Ryba Robert Goble Q if an 4- M , Dale Pavlicek A- ms. Roy Shubert N., 1 Teamwork makes the medley relay Hy. ff '39 Dave Weiss - Yvfewgs-2 'U X 'X T Bob Swisher Paul Tyler ix? mf 4 Chilc's eyes close in concentration. Row I: B. Molnar, D. Shields, C. Glenberg. C. Hopkins, R. Gergol, T. Young. Row 2: T, Leininger W. Marton, R. Sak, D. Zimmerman, K. Zust. C. Freed. Row 3: P. Dever, J. Collingwood, U. Stamm D. Lilley, T. Trauger, G. Huebner, G. Nowacek. ..-,H.A, qi O H Z we -:Y 2' e 4.I. ,v ' NSPS W M ., X . , A ? s i ff! is ., .,, , . "rf 5 ,M i 3 f -We . 5. i I- . z Agnes.: ... . S , . E 11 Q4 . rs--N..-r-Qs 5 Ms., krzf-"S Q . .AN Q. ,ww M,..,u ' 'hur- VFQ, 'ea- 'buf ii ' ': '- I W' .Q 'O'-'lr A RX ., -eq:-. is -uw.-1 ax' ,Q r -. . mfslk' . I- 'i' Q 1 E V.,- ..i ' I S gg P 'X A N i X wif' " xx 5 I . K. f il W' l ' l . . . . il ' ,W Pun, Jim, pun! W, ,g,-Jff ' 3 ? The freestyle relay went to State A31 Straight as an arrow off the box. Y 5 1.4-'l""' .-f X' 4. 1 Q M' 'Nw-m.w.,,, at.. if VARSITY A TEAM Row 1: W. Palmer, K. Smith. W. Peterson, W. Lewin, D. Turkall. Row 2: M. Pillar, D. Hyne, M Bernard W. Kytle, G. Bohn, D. Graafmeyer. Dribble and Drive to Victor The 8-10 record appeared rather disheartening, yet Euclid fans realized that it didn't tell the whole story. For behind this record stood an array of heartbreakingly close games: won or lost by only two or three points. Despite these scores, which would have dis- couraged many another group, Euclid students displayed the spirit so typical of them and faith- fully backed the team through the last second of playing time. The team members fully justified the faith and enthusiasm placed in them by the student body by pouring forth all the effort of which they were capable. Though often it appeared that this was not quite enough, the boys always exemplified the highest ideals of sportsmanship and spirit. Poised in anticipation 412 VARSITY RECORD Euclid 66 Euclid 69 Euclid 61 Euclid 48 Euclid 67 Euclid 53 Euclid 55 Euclid 53 Euclid 64 Euclid 65 Euclid 64 Euclid 46 Euclid 49 Euclid 56 Euclid 71 Euclid 67 Euclid 52 Euclid 61 Won 8 Lost 10 Chagrin Falls Solon Parma Lakewood Shaw East High St. Joseph Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Willoughby Parma Brush Lakewood Shaw Orange Cleveland Heights Painsville Shaker Heights X14 'Aix 44 51 63 58 55 40 57 65 61 48 66 49 51 57 ' 61 57 54 63 COACHES AND MANAGERS T. Pohto, L. Hammel, Managersg Coach Supance, Coach Calvert. VARSITY B TEAM Row 1: D. Bathory, J. Jimison, N. Fields, B. Ger A. Aljaucic, D. McCleod, D. Allen. mano, J. Hudec. Row 2: D. Yert, T. Allen. P. Musninko, This is basketball, not romance '37 T? QQ,-, 5 . - . I W. Palmer 4! X K r xx xx In M. Pillar .c.-W.- t ,za X , I 4 YKQQI- i A ln. A W. Lewin K. Smith 'S' gg, CT..-:T ..g , 'f l S!! fx ...f'l. I x.xXfl1 D. Turkall W. Peterson 1 Smith brings it down again. W 186 Aiming High, Panthers Net Exciting Season SS Row 1: B. Gibb, C. Brandy, G. Moss, T. Berran, D. Colbow, R. Taylor, D. Cipollo, F. Estavich, J. Campana. Row 2: F. McBetta, T. Zoul, M. Ryba, E. Carpenter, D. Stevenson, T. Davis, J. Gessic, J. Bartos. Row 3: Coach Daugherty, F. Cernel, D. Jones, G. Maguarrie, R. Woodruff, J. Kurti, D. Andrulis, K. Malchow. JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD Euclid , Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Cuyahoga Falls Solon Parma Lakewood Shaw East High St. Joseph Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Willoughby Parma Brush Lakewood Shaw Orange Cleveland Heights Painsville-Harvey Shaker Heights Won 13 Lost 5 It's mine! It takes men! Under the Bucket. A push shot, from way out! Hit him again, harder, harder 'Is'-vm V -U I MI qinq M .,Aq- B I . ss.. ..,-...,,.. ,. l......, 1. .... . .. . . VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Row I: Coach C. Eckert, M. Dane, H. Webb, R. Candon, J. Eisman. J. Puskas. Row 2: T. Smith, R. Hunter, D. Schonauer, C. Schlegel, T. Gortz. N. Angene, Coachg J. Mayer. Row 3: Coach M. Rino, D. Peterson, W. Risher. R. Brown. S. Gebe. R. Patrick, R. Highland. L. Champa. Row 4: W, Piper. W. Sippola. M. Podob- nikar, R. Watson, J. Alexander, J. Kuchera, L. Backus, E. Orazen, W. Frye. Jerry Eisman Dennis Fike A . A C. 'LT' ., "':-5 - VARSITY RECORD Euclid 23 Garheld Heights 12 Euclid 24 Berea 1 1 Euclid 30 Crestwood 9 Euclid 29 Cleveland Heights 14 Euclid 19 Shaker 18 Euclid 32 Parma 1 1 Euclid 27 Lakewood 14 Euclid 39 Shaw 0 223 89 Wins 8 Losses 0 District Champions 9th in State Tournament 18 points 189 Pin him, Jerry! -n -v .W -. Y.-.. .an-1 1 ,u 1 atmen Bar o Holds to H-dl? Conditioning in the halls 1? 'It T X Don Schonauer P Ron Watson 3 lt, H M -7 J ,... . , Bob Highland 155 I 'Qi f x I if -.A 623 1 2 . Mike Podobnikar Euclid grapples to another victory. Victor 1-s. fv TC Rich Hunter 6? 15 -Q 3 ' 'V' J Don Peterson fi' QI 1 R ' AIU!! wif'-P JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Row 1: D. Thomas, M. Dane, T. Moulis, G. Peterson, H. Webb, R. Constantine, D. Morrison. Row 2: Coach J. Mayer, K. Tetrick, J. Kovach, R. Vitanza, J. James, N. Angene, D. Drummond, R. Hermsdorfer, Managerg A. Shinagawa. Row 3: B. Pollutro, J. Richardson, F. Parker, D. Ehas, S. Gebe, T. Geske, J. Spencer, J. Weible. Row 4: J. Balch, T. Rankin, W. Dixon, S. Berk, E. Orazen, D. Leutbecher, D. Lonchar, G. Fowler, T. Heasly. Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Won JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 14 Crestwood 0 31 Berea 13 40 Cleveland Heights 3 30 Shaker Heights 11 37 Parma 8 30 Lakewood ll 45 Shaw 0 7 Lost 0 Lake Erie League Champions 191 Sparked by Coach Eckert's drive and captain Don Schonauer's spirit, the Panthers trounced their eight dual meet opponents in turn. The tense, exciting meets drew crowds of fans as the Panthers battled to retain their supremacy. Capturing their third consecutive Lake Erie League mat crown, the Panthers remained unde- feated in L.E.L. competition. The matmen battled on to qualify eight in the district tournament and retain their district title. Sending six boys to State, the Panthers found themselves ninth in competition when the dust settled. Three of the wrestlers-Jerry Eisman, Rich Hun- ter, Ron Watson-took fourth places to close the Par'- thers' successful mat season. Although losing four lettermen to graduation, Coach Eckertls hopes for the future rest with the remaining seven junior lettermen: co-captains Roger Brown and Chuck Schlegel, Pat Check, Tom Gortz, Bill Risher, Ron Patrick, and Bob Condon. Outstanding sopho- mores Ed Orazen and Steve Cvebe, and the other gradu- ates ofthe undeafeated Junior Varsity will round out the squad. Thus almost hfty wrestlers with mat experience will be battling for varsity positions. fz if X -xx X X5 'it ' XZ! i. we-r 'lp -l ' Q 's A - vi, ,-, -V a xg . .f-'Vw-ey . if Ffjf ' 5" SY? 5' 'ii Delores Ingram ' Margaret James JoAnn Koeth, Basketball Captain Spritely Spirits Lead HEAD CHEERLEADERS "Cheers" was the ringing cry in the stadium and the gymnasium, but no true Panther would swallow any Euclid Spirit! Instead the shouts of encouragement would pour out under the snapping directions of the Varsity Cheerleaders. This energetic group of girls had such ability in leading yells for victory that they made the glorious sound bounce from wall to wall with spine-tingling excitement. Spirit sprang from their determined cartwheels, jumps, and flips, and originality was just as obviously expressed in the creation of many new cheers. The sincerity and true desire for Panther pride and victory on the part of the girls can easily be observed through their efforts to promote school spirit in all phases of Euclid life, both on and off the athletic fields. This all-round Uspirit- leading" is a tremendous addition to Euclid High. Mary Summers June Wintour l 4 -T5 E 192 J. Allen, Captaing P. Urankar, J. Roberts, W. Lucas, M. Daniels, D. Hunston. Euclid,s Cheers . . . Karen Linsz, Pauline Esposito, Basketball Substitutes 1 S JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Equally ambitious as the varsity cheerleaders, Euclid's J .V. girls worked with the same devotion for the promotion of that so valuable intangible quality-school spirit. Because they were not chosen until the begin- ning of the Hrst semester, the girls had to spend twice as much time perfecting their skills, for perfection was their goal. Creating the high school spirit in newly- welcomed Sophomores is a tremendous responsibility, but the J. V. Cheerleaders took it in stride and seriously dedicated their efforts to making the L'Frosh" of E. H. S. a highly spirited class. Certainly nothing was in vain, for the Sophomore class proved to be a strong link in Euclidis chain of student pride. Karen Osberg, Football Captaing Pat Fox, Football Substitute ff sq . n ' 1sl,,, Aa!-uni" . 'emiiri-'I R-N LW Nikhil IU LH' 4ilq:?HElP.Lgg.L:g' ' v . . 1 N X 1 ., C7 L. 4 N--fl 5 . M W Q7 -if x..-. . 4. ilfgf. ET' -1 I it V ',-.,t 1 GLC OFFICERS ffsilgw 'Y s 39' m 0 Row 1: B. Sceranka, President, J. Turk. Treasurer. Row 2: M. 1 A -- Person, Secretaryg L. Judice, Vice President, S. Pierce, Historian. "Who's turn is it to sign us out?" Row I: B. Sceranka. Row 2: M. Person. L. Judice, J. Turk. Row 3: K. Horrocks, C. Harris, S. Pierce, M. Barcalow, J. Coleman. Row 4: L. McCormack, B. Mulford, A. Freed, A. Crone, J. Zevnik, K. Linsz. Row 5: S: Bizily, S. Gualt, C. Glubaskas, J. schwegier, K. wanchik. N. Geri. C. Lindquist. Row 6: K. Beuteli, M. Feder. K. Cole, C. Znidarsic, C. Cercek, S. Spenser, C. Guth. B. Fox. -.ing ... -.l.-...ng...ax...,..4 GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB A group of ambitious, athle- tically inclined girls, the Girlsf Leaders Club passed through many phases of personal develop- ment while making physical edu- cation class an enjoyable one. Under the line direction of their sponsor, Mrs. Fox, the girls, pos- sessing leadership, scholarship, and character, progressed throughout the year as they grew to be one big family. Aside from setting up equipment, taking at- tendance, and instructing the classes, the girls also found time for fun in many social activities. Highlighting these were the week- end campout, which took place soon after the selection of new members, the building of the Homecoming float, and the fare- well banquet which climaxed ae truly happy year. I g x SENIOR SWIM CADETS Euclid girls got in the swim with the fine assistance of the Swim Cadets. Possessing a Senior Life-Saving Certificate, these girls not only worked for the improvement of their own skills, but devoted much of their spare time so that others might further their swimming ability also. Through ex- ample and other teaching techniques, the Cadets took many strong strokes in the right direction. Prove Prowess . Don t just stand there taking pictures, Bob! Q X L4 . .lx 'Ti 1-re--. l Q I l L1 ! C. Crum, D. Weiss, J. Klosky, K. Crobaugh, J. Holzmer. Every swimmer goes through it once A 4.T.l-T-L ,,,...a-- N Modern dance, or basketball? The Advisory Board of G.A.A. helped to plan such activities as basketball tour- naments for sports-loving girls this past year. The girls chose their own indi- vidual teams and teachers acted as their coaches. Through such competition against each other, the girls wh, Y . Don't panic girls, what goes up, must come down! irls' Athletic Antics . . . actually became much bet- ter friends and learned many valuable lessons in sportsmanship which will aid them in the future. They learned how to become good losers as well as win- ners which is as important in sports as the actual playing. ' Row 1: D. Rossow, C. Cercek, N. Bohinc. K. Horrocks. Row 2: J. Coleman, L. Judice, C. Lindquist, J. Kastellic. Row 3: S. Sorchy, D. Szewczyk. K. Wanchik. 'Q--,-N.- H--nv' ,ffl -, I 't sig, It's going into orbit! Sooner or later, all girls learn that stringing a bow isn't the easiest thing. "There goes my longest iingernail!"' Points for each activity they partici- pated in helped many Euclid girls get their hard-earned E to be worn on sweat- ers. A total of 300 points was needed to get their letter and all the girls who earned them were proud to display them. They earned their points through participation in such sports as badminton and archery. Badminton tournaments were organized for the enjoyment of the girls as well as other spring sports such as four corner ball and ping pong. The award for shoot- ing three bulls-eyes in a row in archery was a sundae. Many girls were seen prac- ticing up on their aim and improving themselves through constant practice and hard work in this sport. OFFICERS S. Sorchy, Secretaryg K. Horrocks, Vice Presi- dentg L. Judice, Presidentg C. Cereck, Treasurer. 2' Row I: K. Wicks, R. Batt. D. Schonauer. R. Deister, J. Eisman, W. Rositano, R. Goble. R. Soeder, R. Hunter, T. French, R. Chilcote, D. Chinchar, T. Bizzari. Row 2: H. Manheim, R. Krulich. T. Dolan. R. Brown R. Kelso, N. Charske, R. Watson, T. Crawford. T. Constantine. R. Wight. R. Balbuze, D. Donahue. S. Sabath. Row 3: J. Forstner, K. Kalinowski, O. Daus, G. Snider, K. Smith, M. Pillar, J. DiCuccio, J. Bell, J. Ricket W. Tilk, T. Burger, W. Palmer, D. Pavlicek. l.ETTERMAN'S CLUB Row 1: R. Bootz, C. Eisenberg. Row 2: R. Karich, R. Bambic, N. Medler, Mr. Haimes. 'W O- N gl , A, s s Representing the ideals of ath- letic prowess and sportsmanship were the lettermen. In recognition of their contributions to sports at E.H.S., they were privileged to wear the gold 'E' emblematic of their success. Though one of the most re- cently organized groups of Euclid, the bowling team is one of which to be proud. Exhibiting skill and sportsmanship in every clash, they often retumed home victorious over other teams in their league. BOWLING TEAM Row I A Vaccariello D Mohr D Thompson M Haimes R. Keay. Row 2: J. Calvert. C. Eckert, C. Blauch, H Nold J Bergem Row 3 F Pringle C Owens W Donaldson, B. Graham, N. Nelson. ATHLETIC BOARD Student life and sports were a vital part of Euclid High School, for recreation kept our minds and bodies alert and interested. Their contribution to our school and to our own lives cannot be overlooked for we can easily see the importance of being well-rounded in our modem society. Depth of character came from our as- sociations with the world, for what is our world except the people in it? We lived our social lives together, real- izing the truth of strength in unity, and the strength of unity in truth. By working together in student groups and athletic teams, we saw the favorable effect of sharing our ups and our downs with one another. Through all these phases, we grew individually and added even more experience to our background, our background of . . . w'Mf' la 4 v i 4 4.xrr sJ..- -,I . ...A - ,qi M My X N X . xx x , X M .M -X Ru x ,Nw Lew XM W Q SX, 1 .Qs i ,xx N. W wx Y. X f 4' , r 2: - . x x X X3 Q X, KK The Students Voice . . . 'Sf' .'-AQ 'QA AX 'KY r r . 4-Z-.,I ,V .fs 1'5- 4-D. .1 John Becker. President W' ' V Q Q-9 Jerry Eisman, V. President EXECUTIVE BOARD Row 1: S. Spencer. A Eckert, D. Elliott, N. Link, K. Stevens, F. Schroll, S. Gault. Row 2: J. Becker, J. Eisman, B. Goble, T. French, D. Wilson. Row 3.' R. Hurlburt, J. Becvar, B. Wigh, J. Maresh. J. DiCuccio. 77 Nancy Link, Secretary SHUY Ga'-Ili, TFC-HSUFCF The seriousness of student council business was an awareness of every Euclid student as our governing body opened the year facing large problems which were new to E.H.S. With the opening of the social room, new policies had to be set with discretion and foresight. There was a much greater Hall school" participation because of interest in council functions, not only social but otherwise. Every problem did not have an immediate solution, but yet the student body was co- operative and recognized the ded- icated and sincere efforts of the council. This organization was democ- racy in practice and action for the members who shared the most hectic year, with the most unpre- dictable circumstances yet. With the growth of Euclid High, it was most natural that the governing body of such a large educational establishment would, in tum, progress to an even more vital part of the schoo1's functions. .S"' Another meeting in progress. STUDENT COUNCIL Row I: D. Tomino, T. Kish. J. Cipollo. C. Mahany. A. Lanese. J. Cameron. H. Krome, L. Bernston. P. Tinker K. Logan. Row 2: E. Glenn. J. August, J. Cimperman. F. Osredkar. S. Steranka, P. Amicarelli. S. Bizily K. Muehl, D. Rossow, S. Smith, M. Shea. Row 3: J. Ricale. M. Bakos. A. Garris, J. Nada. M. York. C McDiflitt, M. Miller. M. Fedor. P. Jacobs. K. Peterson. M. Pohto, B. Komyati, M. Truden, D. Burlingham Row 4: J. Tannehill, B, Deertz. A. Telisman. D. Sprochi. J. Forker. R. Krunch. J. Yane. D. Drummond J. James, B. Jones, B. Tekavic. D. Sarich. A. Hribar, M. Smith. N. Carter. Row 5: N. Creveling. M. Buco D. Griffin, K. Wicks, M. Bernstein. L. Hammel, B. Tilk. O. Leutbecher. D. Dragolic. T. Gildone. C. Freed J. Provost, A. Anderson, M. Person, M. Mullin. Row 6: J. Ruven. J. Forstner, T. Constantine. J. Collingwood N. Lauter, D. Dvorak, B. Niehaus. L. Schneider, G. Fowler. 1-ui-in-4 4. 1 vv -1'-:-lu Row I: R. Fulton, J. Turk, K. Raasch, K. Beutell, D. Weiss, C. Sweeder, J. Zevnik. Row 2: W. Millar, C. Harris, N. Link, B. Mulford, C. Crum, F. Greenway, A. Eckert, A. Crone, G. David. Row 3: K. Wicks, T. Pohto, R. Wight, R. Hurlburt. R. Wilson, R. Goble. C. Neylon. Honor and Recognition . . . N.H.S. OFFICERS M. Barcalow, Vice Presidentg A. Eckert, Secretary, C. Neylon, Treasurer, R. Goble, President. 69 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Throughout the year, the N.H.S. members ac- cepted last year worked toward the long-awaited goal, the induction assembly. The suspense and drama of the ceremony were enhanced by the slow, stately reading of the scroll, the twinkling of the candles, and the suspicious glitter in the eyes of old members. It was a unique feeling to be in the position of bestowing this coveted honor on close friends and associates, and sharing the joy that could easily be remembered from last year. A sol- emn pride fell over all the old members during the repeating of the oath, as they recalled once more the wonderful memories of membership in the Na- tional Honor Society. Row 1: N. Beran, M. Barcalow, N Person S Carroll A Crone Row2 J Becker R Wight K Raasch J Turk INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL An incentive above school spirit and devotion to duty, which urges publica- tions' staifs to ever greater effort is the highly coveted International Quill and Scroll membership. The students who achieve this honor are those who have high academic standing, have contributed much to the production of any of Euclid's publications, and have been recommended for acceptance by their sponsor. At the annual banquet, the initiation ceremony is one way of recognizing and rewarding outstanding effort in a journalistic vein. 205 Q s f ' vs. S i I H - " U I 'ff Q I v" X' f I . , v 5 A x A 4 - 1 V 4 N4 F9 f-,f,....,-4 wawf,-,Wx Row I: L. Karlin. M. Pohto, J. Kreit. A. Lanese, C. Mahany, J. Cipollo. Row 2: M. Grimm, S. Forker, C. Krueger, C. Freed, B. Tolar, N. Gerl, K. Eddy. S. Spencer. SURVEY EDITORS Row I: B. Evans, J. Zevnik, S. Carroll, A. Crone. Row 2: M. Person, L. Petrick, L. Bartholomew, S. Powell. Row 3: B. O'Mara. M. Barcalow. J. Maresh. W. Watkins. 206 4. I Y QMS! c1l""' ., J ' " 4 5 -ini I ' I .' 15' . ' FIS". V 'I ,-I g j ' If 5 I5 L R . 4 A A .., ,, Ae, - Y. T7 577 SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF The Survey staff, gathering news, pounding on typewriters, reading galleys, making pasteups, running proofs, getting more ink on themselves than on paper, beating deadlines, found fresh views of the news to keep Euclid students up to date on the latest. From facts to feature, the edi- tors and reporters turned out over 90,000 words of copy, designed with the student in mind. The Hrst page was filled with photos and fact, the second, with feature, Snoop's scoops, Mart's Part, the third, with frolic, faculty, and fun, the fourth, with sports, slang, and action. The Editor-in-Chief and her col- leagues ably handled all the problems that cropped up, from the temperamental press to the haunted Hoot. Judy Zevnik, Editor-in-Chief. t"i I -AQINX ' ie,"9lgIi1if3i, , V ' . . i, , F 1 A I ' ,, ,, V, Q 'E J V.tH.k.' JI' . ', I -Q: Q A SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF Fourteen dedicated people, much hard work, and a lot of good fun . . . these are the elements which made up the 1959 Survey Business Staff. With their new office, staff members Worked after school and on Weekends selling ads for the paper and the football and basketball programs, and then sold these programs during the games. All this they did with pride and love that is rarely found. Despite all dif- ficulties and distractions, they nevertheless found time to conduct Z1 training clinic to prepare the 1960 staff for the same kind of organizationg a truly fine one. Q. in fi 'if' 4 E r'-amudtfffg' 5 P Row I: M. Smith. J. Turk, K, Horrocks. Row 2: J. Schwegler. A. Sokol. B. Mulford l Judlte Communicating to the student . . . Row I: S. Overman. S. Scranc, J. Turk, M. Smith. A. Sokol. K. Horrocks. L. Jaffray. Row 2: C. Cercek, L. Judice, M. Zagat, J. Schwegler. L. McCormack. S. Sorchy. an Q .-7 J QQ B R jc 0' ,,. ...yd 7- ' fs A I vc? I . W.. , Q 3 C"? w - 1 207 "' ' 'U ll rm A 4. 6' E X ? Row 1: R. Goble. Row 2: W. Millar. G, David. R. Wilson. C. Sweeder. C. Harris. Row 3: D. Weiss, K. Linsz. A. Huusare, K. Beutell, S. Schweizer. C. Kubala. D. Weiss. N. Beran. EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF il? in xl EUCLIDIAN EDITORS Out of what seemed like organ- ized chaos, the Euclidian Editor- ial Staff produced the yearbook- the finished product of a year of concentrated effort. The staff will never forget the photographers madly snapping candids uverti- cally please," or chasing about on the gridiron, the editors fran- tically attempting to identify the boy in the green plaid vest, straightening up the froom,' Writ- ing creative copy, searching for the dummy or catching forty- winks in the dark while film was loaded, barely stopping to mourn the loss of a closet. These fourteen students combined work and fun, forgot individual feelings, and banded together to successfully hurdle all obstacles. Throughout the year, each learned many les- sons which will remain with him during his entire life, helpful guides and influences. A part of each staff member goes with this yearbook and remains in the spirit of Euclid. Row 1: V. Bratush, G. Coltrin. C. Harris. N. Beran, D. Weiss. A. Huusare. K. Beutell. Row 2: S. Schweizer. G. David, M. Vincent, C. Sweeder. W. Millar, N. Kellas. D. Elliott. Row 3: B. Mulford. C. Kubala, W. Custard, D. Weiss, D. Wilson, R. Goble. Row I: L. Bartholomew, K. Raasch, C. MacDougall. E. Fuller, C. Shurilla. C. Baginski, P. Perris. Row 2: R. Fulton, D. Hitty, C. Takacs. P. Goryanes. B. Kraft, F. Vicic, J. Prezby. Row 3: N. Carter, F. Greenway, N. Kellas, M. Nelson, P. Kramer. P. Magalenga, S. Theis. Row 4: F. Poese, B. Tolar. T. Bauer. W. Gorse, W. Wohlgemuth, P. Schumacher, K. Wanchik. Recording Student Life . . . EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF Row I: N. Kellas, K. Raasch, L. Bartholomew. Row 2: R. Fulton, C. Mac- Dougall, D. Hitty, F. Greenway. Row 3: T. Bauer, J. Ryba, F. Poese, W. Gorse. EX EUCLIDIAN MANAGERS Each year the Euclidian Business Staff faces the problem of raising the money for the production of the yearbook. As the Euclidians get bigger and better, the funds must increase. The 1959 Euclidian, the largest in Euclid's history, was made pos- sible through the efforts of this staff. The circulation department spent much time planning the campaign. Collecting and counting the money and keeping the rec- ords required more time and many sleep- less nights, but the result was 2068 sub- scriptions. Perhaps even more time was spent selling ads. Only staff members were allowed to sell because of the secrecy of the contents ofthe Application section. Selling concessions at the home football games, and distributing the supplements were also major projects of the business staif. But that's not all, for the staff had many good times at parties and dinners and built many lasting friendships. SENIOR 3 S-, Row 1: P. Magalenga. Secretaryg K. Beutell, President Cormack, V. President. Row 2: T. Lisch, G. David, C Cercek, B. Mulford, L. Rossow, B. Evans. F.T.A. Euclid can indeed be proud of it's F.T.A. chapter, the largest and one of the most successful in the state. Here at Euclid are many clubs which provide students with opportunities to serve while learning some special skill. The Future Teachers of America accomplished both these pur- poses, for students interested in the teach- ing profession. This year, time was spent substituting and observing technique in the elementary and junior high schools, plus tutoring fellow students. The Farewell Banquet in May climaxed an active year and opened the door to college for these future teachers. F.T.A. EXECUTIVE BOARD Teaching as Their Aim . . . F.T.A. Row I: S. Weaver, F. Kowatz, A. Lanese, J. Budas. D. Mika, J. Sajevic, C. MacDougall, D. Rossow. D. Weiss, K. Crobaugh, L. Bartholomew. Row 2: J. Betts, C. Sweeder. K. Horrocks, D. Murphy, M. Williams, J. Brundic, P. Shewell, B. Mulford, S. Cameron, K. Pretnar, L. McCormack, D. Peek. Row 3: N. Foy, K. Raasch M. Mullin. J. Prezby. J. Usalis, K. Beutell, M. Grimm. J. Tapp. L. Judice. M. Person. Row 4: S. Forker C. Crum. M. Stroeder, M. Nagode. P. Stone. D. Bisbee, L. Gronert. F. Greenway, J. Lilley, M. Boyle, C. Perry. v s . . - ,,,.4:m. - ,-1 nw... ,Y , 1 v -as-...Q S. Overman, Historian, S. Anderson, Treasurer, L. Mc- 79' Ai gi, . A,, "rf A , Row I: D. Farrill. D. Elliott, J. Burns. C. Takacs. S. Overman. G. Weatherly. L. Marino. C. Shurilln. C. Mahany. Row 2: B. Knaus, J. Fern, K. Houck. J. Schuler. K. Garland. N. Getinich, T. Lisch. J. Straus- baugh. L. Wellington. Row 3: B, Baker. J. Stein. G. Gibson. I. Rakas, P. Maroff. N, Gerl. C. White. Row 4: M. Nelson, P. Petrovic. J. Zakrhjsek. B. Tolar, A. Klich. M. Fedor, P. Magalenga. Ron' 5: C, Zeitz. K. Haynes. N. Carter. M. Tuhacek, M. Mann, M. Leonhardt, D. Riebe. L. Johnson. K. Dingman. Row 6: C. Zniclarsic. C. Glubaskas, E. Fleck. P. Sharp. C. Pierce. B. Reiter. C. Crennell. JUNIOR F'T'A' soPHoMoRE F.T.A. Row 1: R. Kish, S. Welch, L. Chalfant. B. Ritz. B. Wallace. P. Dreifort. B. Roberts. M. McPherson. Row 2: N. Harding, D, Hunston. B. Evans. B. Carlson. K. Logan. R. Armstrong. B. Valince. M. Middleton. Row 3.- B. Yanchar, E. Laub, D. Ambrose, J. Telisman. J. Beutell. S. Mueller. J. Harper. J. Lube. B. Adams. A- . ig' -1 l 4:2 x -V Xa l .t , in .... .E-1 A W' .4-L -'N 1 'Z Rx . I M., , J 'T' Row 1: N. Beck, B. Roberts, P. Parris, B. Ritz, G. Coltrin, R. Armstrong. Row 2: K. Coros. D. Nenadal. K. Tortor, J. Burns, D. Brock- way, M. Munn, L. Pecjak. Row 3: L. Green. D. Hitty. B. Tolar, P. Omahan, J. Betts, S. Anderson. Row 1: K. Pretnar, V. Pemberton, M. Ferreo, A. Lanese, L. Castrovinci, K. Raash, N. Hladd, C. I-leintz. Row 2: N. Foy, C. Skeya, D Hltty, C. Perry, P. Sicliano, P. Shewell. Raw 3: S. Redfern, M. Nagode. B. Klann, S. Kovach, J. Betts, J. Barnes. Row 4: M. Mullen, A Erickson, J. Stanwick. C? Row 1: P. Duty, L. Swenson, M. A. Tuhacek, L. Pecjak, C. Perressi. P. Thompson, T. Lisch, K. Nox ak, D. Nieberding, P. Wasdouitch, J. Kapley D. Lacofano, D. Retalic, M. A. Techner, J. Goloboff, N. Palmer. D. Unterberger. Row 2: J. Zakreysek, R. Wymer, S. Stakitch, P. St. John, J Loncala, L. Wellington, B. Laurin, G. Weatherly, D. Dreyer, J. Violette. I.. Johnson, S. Sutphin, M. Scavis, M. Vincent, S. Steranka, J. Allsop, P Petrovik. Row 3: P. Sharp, B. Bootz, S. Boyd, L. Randolph, J. Riser, P. Sulak, J. Oleksy, E. Zakreysek, J. Morlot. J. Stupar, S. Haas, B. McKnight S. McGill, P. Kramer. M. Mann, M. Milavec, A. Kristoff, B. Fox, J. Cimperman. Row-1: P. Will, C. Thomas, S. Overman, D. Elliott, S. Parma J. Parma, V. Bratish, J. Coltrin, D. Farrill, B. Rutsky, D. Hoykar, D. Vidmar. L. Jokobic, J. Downing, J. Pickering, M. Pitingolo, N. Wilkinson D. Huszar, E. Friga. Row 5: J. Meyers, E. Connor, S. Hill, P. Amicarelli. S. Lewis, M. Carrol, M. Wolons, M. Palasin, C. Yopko, P. Omahan, S LaPorte, J. Currutt, B. Deertz, S. DeRoth, D. Prudish, B. Lolar, M. Miller, J. Svadka. Row 6: L. Wheeler, J. Milannock, S. Albrect, D. Riebe, C Zeitz, C. White, L. Williams, C. Proston, C. Rohrer, L. Rusk, E. Miller, J. Molxahill, L. Kuthe, D. Kusak, M. Nelson, N. Carter. C. Beard, K Hayes, D. Botz. Row 7: B. Ola, L. Valduga, D. Novasel. M. Miller, C. Werley, K. Singeiser, E. Pickett, S. Blau, L. McGregor, D. Dreifort, R Humphrey, M. Mitchell, R. Schultz, D. Busch, J. Gibson. M. York, A. Stankowitz, D. Katona. Row 1: D. Beyerle, G. Gallo, L. Berger, D. Pisek, M. Sovich. M. Vagasky, J. Dragolic. M. Randazzo, E. Glenn, P. Nobbe. C. Jancovich, A. DiPuccio, J. Klauga, M. Slauta, B. Adler, M. Pexcha, S. Korda, G. Heil, B. Beeke. Row 2: S. Beverick, P. Banke, S. Pouss, B. Lindquist, B. Ritz, Y. Kozlevcar. K. Rash, C. Mullins, L. Erjavec, S. Klotzbach, S. Shott, C. Stanley, D. Brockway, J. Danch, S. Anderson, B. Yanchar. B. Muir, B. Kopach. Row 3: P. Flaler, D. Hunston, G. Nosan, B. Faber, P. Guth, C. Bauer, L. Warnke, B. Wallace, S. Grequrich. L. Leybeck, J. Leporati, M. Kozar, M. Fister, B. Stone, J. Reichenbach, J. Yanchar. Row 4: M. Daniels, N. Harding, P. Hayes, L. Bernston, C. Smith, B. Haytas, D. Schmidt, C. Spena, A. Zeravich, C. Lausin, V. Motta, C. DeWitt, D. Mekedis, P. Mager, S. Stanwyck, C. Markert, C. Murray. Row 5: J. Allen, D. Ambrose, K. Viviano, B. Peterson, C. Cradis, B. Dinishak, M. Wenger, C. Winters, R. Turner, K. Collier, B. Romisher, C. Kosher, R. Rob- erts, D. Mekedis, B. Adams, S. Mueller, E. Fuller. Row 6: P. Tinker, J. Telisman, D. Knaus, J. Harper, M. McPherson, M. Middleton, P. Carroccio, C. Cibbs. D. Deister, J. Burhenne, B. Evans, S. Gibson, J. Scott, C. Holtz, B. Owen, E. Bucholz. Row 7: J. Roberts, N. Delac. D. Paul, K. Halbedal, K. Logan, W. Lucas, J. Suhar, C. Reba, D. Rositano, P. Hellman, B. Valince, B. Armstrong, P. Bozick, J. Halloran, V. Hamilton, M. Morel, B. Harwood. v il' Raw 1: D. Farrill, S. Steranka, L. Karlin, K. Ress, S. Dibiasio, C. Mahany. Raw 2: B. Osten, D. DiTomaso, R. Fulton, C. Crum, M. Gianasi, J. Tapp, C. Pierce. Row 3: J. Maresh, D. Tomino, B. Nebe, J. Kenyon, D. Bathory, B. Mervis. OFFICERS Diane Farrill, Sec'yg Rita Fulton, Pres.g Don Tomino, V. 'I-.A ' ' if I 'C "f'Tf .'?'4Z7E3 - .q1,,... wa- ' K Nl. 'r . 4-t Dv? 1 it 'Mx x 1-fs - H J ,. 9 vias S 1 hifi I f- Q. .1 "x Pg. . .v K. ,yr f ag V - Q. .rug C37 Pres. 'TZS11 552 - Ars -f 3 ,Z 41. F 5 1 '- iff? ,Q .-,rr f- 'ik 3 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Merit . . . honor . . . excellence . . . d1S- tinction . . . these are the marks of Na- tional Forensic League members. Those who competed in the various fields, from debate to original oratory, did so not for for the sake of trophies won or for indi- vidual recognition. Instead, their main purposes were to gain self-confidence, stage presence, and to polish the gestures, articulation, and voice inflection which were vital parts of their speaking tech- niques. Defeat in competition meant nothing to these Euclidites except an added valuable experience in their train- ing. In every contest, each time they ap- peared before audiences of strangers, these N.F.L. members unknowingly cre- ated a favorable picture of student train- ing at E.H.S. 3 Q, 'Q OFFICERS Row 1: R. Fulton, Treasurer. Row 2: R. Humphery, Secretaryg J. Klosky, Scribe. THESPIANS Many an ambitious actor or actress sites membership in the Thespian Troup as his goal at E.H.S. Diligent study and theater work is surpassed only by a sin- cere love forthe stage itself for the Thes- pians, who attained membership by full- Hlling the strict requirements. A distinc- tive group, therefore. these followers of the art displayed their exclusive ability through the production of fine dramatic presentations plus a superior Homecom- ing float. Certainly it can be said that Euclid's Thespians were a fine example of Pope's theory "Act well your part, there all the honor lies." Row 1: S. Blau, R. Humphrey, A. Klich, C. Kelly, R. Fulton, M. Gianas, J. Klosky. Row 2: S. Redfern, J. Ware, C. Crum, K. Stevens, C. Crennell, M. Bell. Row 3: J. Vaigl, J. Shields, N. Wicai, J. Goldlust, C. Yaichner, J. Young. :JDJ '7 Row 1: R. Fulton, J. Tapp, D. Weiss, S. ROS- C9 SPIRITS "Are you or are you not a Spirit?" was often demanded of a Spirit during his career with this unique organization at E.H.S. Soon he learned to assume the most innocent of manners and to slip quietly away to his duties. Among these were awarding "Panther of the Week," and "Cub of the Monthl' to Euclidites who contributed outstandingly to their school. Our spirited Panthers took many leaps and bounds in the right direction this year, as could be seen by the spook-naming con- test, Senior E.H.S. sweaters, and more frequent pep assemblies. soll, S. Carroll. Row 2: C. Crum. N. Kellas, A. All wrapped up in spirit. Eckert, M. Nowacek. Row 3: R. Gobel, J. Eis- man. D. Schonauer. Row 4: R. Hurlburt, K. Wicks, W. Gorse. 17 f Y brass N. v L-1 f I I :Y x T Y Q.- Row I: R. Spies, L. Petricl-1. D. Peek. J. Barnes. P. Proudfoot. J. Lilley. C. Guth. Row 2: D. Unterberger. M. Samsa, L. Violanti, B. Colt. A. Huusare. B. Leland. M. Poyser. Pretnar. F. Palumbo, C. Perk1nS. Row 3: W. Lynch, C. Kuthe. J. Fern. A. Urbancic, M. Mitchell, S. Higgins. L. lumen. G. krultzer, C. Fuchs. C. Tkatch, S. Hill, C. Williams. F.N.C. EXECUTIVE BOARD Row I: L. Petrick, Vice President: D. Peek.Pf6bid'3m1 J. Barnes. Treasurer. Row 2: P. Proudfoot. Secretary: M. Mitchell. J. Lilley. S. Hill. D. Unterberger. T7 217 FUTURE NURSES CLUB Probing more deeply the medical careers they wish to pursue. Euclid's future nurses were ad- dressed by student and registered nurses, dietitians, x-ray technicians. and other members of this pro- fession of experts. With the wise lessons of Hip- pocrates and Florence Nightingale behind them, the girls anxiously searched for additional infor- mation through movies, tours of several hospitals and nursing homes, and discussions of various nursing schools. This active program was Well- rounded by valuable practical experience assisting our nurse, Mrs. Wise. Row I: M. McPherson. M. Cohen. D. Murphy. S. Cameron. C. Bajec. P. Goryanes. M. Nowacek, B. Kraft, P. Brady. Row 2: P. Ryan. A. Telisman. R. Fulton, C. Colonna, K, Pretnar, K. Bartel, A. Kristoff. S. Hill, P. Esposito, K. Collier. Row 3: M. Lee, L. Johnson, K. Muehl, P. Stone, M. Nagode, M. Newstedt, L. Dem merle, C. Guth, J. Evans, M. Middleton. Row 4: A. Urbanic, A. Erzen, J. Plaggemier, B. Murphy, J. Maresh. OFFICERS M. Boyle, Vice Presidentg J. Plaggemier, Presidentg J. Maresh, Treasurer D. Morgan, M. Boyle, Maeder. C. Perry. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB Well aware of the shrinking of the world and the importance ot the alert, well-informed citizen were members of Euclid's World Alfairs Club. Aililiated with the national organization, these stu- dents, under the direction of Mrs. Helen Stewart, gained broader horizons, a better outlook on the world, greater understanding of world problems, and experience in evaluating the important infor- mation published in influential periodicals. EUCUYO .CLUB A taste of hneness in literature was the goal of the Eucuyo Staif, as they worked wisely and con- scientiously on the production of Euclid's literary magazine. As they poured over short stories, essays, and poems entered by the students, staff members kept this high goal in mind. Reading, screening and the ultimate accept- ance or rejection were all tuned to a high pitch of perfection. Editors of each respective class of litera- ture guided the work till the final step which they had the privilege of making themselves, through their own merits. Cover design and color were chosen by the club members, much thought being given to originality and current trend, and their final product was one of which to be proud. Ron 1 J Becker M Barcalow Rau 7 M Fridley M Grimm L Bartholomew K Haynes C Mahaney Row I: J. Tannehill, L. Bartholomew, J. Tapp C Mahany Ron 2 S Powell EUCUYO EDIT R B Evans, M. Grimm. M. Pohto, K. Haynes Ron 3 M Barcalow M Manu 0 S A Crone, N. Gerl, S. Forker, B. Reiter. Row 4 L Hammel M Person R Hurlburt. J. Becker. FQ., f. fp., rglyh , ii Row I: K. Aufdenhaus, G. Deglmann, C. Crum, J. Klosky, J. Holzmer, K. Crobaugh, D. Weiss R. Swisher, T. Crawford, P. Tyler, D. Pavlicek, R. Chilcote, C. Lawson. Row 2: S. Lewis, J Krause, D. Homer, P. Kovach, K. Garland, P. Sulak, E. Pickett, B. Shrewsbury, S. Peters, W Nelson, J. Ricket, R. Daugherty, D. Knaus. Row 3: H. Millar, J. Kadun, J. Telisman, E. Jarc, M Sustersic, B. Evans, D. Deister, J. Aufdanhaus, R. Anderson, J. Kos, U. Stamm D. Collins, T Krueger. Row 4: D. Zimmerman, K. Zust, D. Mock, R. Fuchs, F. Brown, W. Feith, T. Leininger R. Germano, W. Horton. OFFICERS Judy Klosky, Secretary, Tom Crawford, President, Bob Chilcote, V. President, Carol Crum, Treasurer. WAI NAPOLO ,4..x. Enthusiasm was tops this year as Wai Napolo sparked the year building the winning homecoming float. Desiring to make the Swim Show the best show ever, Wai Napolo spent much time practicing various skills and swim arrangements. "All workfand no play', certainly wasn't the motto of this c'lub, for as a club many good times were enjoyed at parties, pic- nics, and other club projects. J' i I Ji Row I R Goss, D. Schonauer, R. Tracy, D. Reed, T. Roberts. Row 2: R. Hallack, J. Medves, J. Shields, L Mocny B. O'Mara. Row 3: J. Mausser, B. Marinsic, T. Webb, D. Barnes, J. Huncharek, P. Dragas. N. A. S. S. One of the most exclusive groups at Euclid is the Na- tional Athletic Scholarship Society. The fact that the club's membership has in- creased from four to eight- een boys is truly a credit to the quality of the sportsman of E.H.S., since members must meet extremely high standards in the classroom as well as on the athletic field. After being rated on the qualities of sportsmanship, sports ability, classroom achievement, and general conduct around the school, the few boys who rank very high are inducted into N.A.- S.S. in a quite impressive ceremony held at the end of the school year. Truly the student body and the com- munity can be proud of these excellent sportsmen. FOREMEN'S CLUB A group of boys inter- ested in making personnel and shop management their careers, Foremen's Club members served their school by aiding instructors and acting as foremen in shop classes each day. The boys visited local industries gain- ing practical experience in industrial arts by seeing first-hand the actual work being done by men whose positions they hope some- day to fill. Assuming these responsibilities of leader- ship helped them with prep- aration for success in their chosen held as adults. Row 1: J. Eisman. R. Soeder, R. Goble, R. Chilcote. Row 2: B. Knox, T. Pohto, J. Bell, D. Kellogg. Row 3: T. Constantine, W. Gorse, R. Wight, J. DiCuccio, W. Nebe. 1 Row 1: J. Allsopp. S. Cameron. C. Perkins. D. Wilson. C. tastahrooks. S. DeRoth, K. Houck. D. Kusak, K. Viviano, Run' 2: Nl. Boyle. P. Broun. K. Simons. J. Zakrajsek. P. Petro vic. R. Kerzic. P. Worley. I.. Weeks. Raw 35 D. Chinqhar R. Tuthill. Nl. Considine. D. Chinchar W Svckric K McElw'tin L Munz J H'irtm'in Rau'-I'NIr Biile R Pet ox' hi .. .. ...zy..r'1c. G. Frye. R. Verh. L. Long. M. Pa' l. . 'I' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' asquae C Owens, M. Ixellner. H. Buseher. V. Pctroiic. Row J: J. Young. lx. Schaab. P. Jones. D. Verh. W. Hamner. G. Canfield. D. Ball. J. Fellows. A. Matko. MOVIE CLUB Backing the School . . . CAMERA CLUB Row I: T. Vardiun. R. Kelso. R. Schubert. B. Omara. Row 2: L- BCSCdI'1ik- G- Gfambefg-J. Zusy, A. Ogrin. R. Perry. K. Mes- trovich. D. Chapeman. 2 Elevator passes and legal rights to the darkroom were privileges many students longed for. but which were lim- ited only to those fortunate enough to belong to the Movie Club or Camera Club. Movie Club members gave up much oftheir spare time so that Euclid students could get the full benefit of visual aids, both educational and entertaining. Study halls and lunch hours were willingly sacrificed. for these students enjoyed their work of serving E.H S. With the proiits from the noon movies, new equipment was bought and the old re- paired For further use. A sudden, large step in a positive direction was taken by the Camera Club this year as they became much more active than they have been in the past. Offering their services to various organizations and taking pictures on their own at every possible chance. these masters ofthe shutter made great ad- vances in serving their school and making known the name of Camera Club. P.A. CLUB Whether the outlook was dreary or bright. each day was begun on a cheerful note with the pleasant "Good morninglw of our P.A. Announcers. Behind the scenes, the technicians made it possible for this greeting to be relayed to every homeroom, plus handling connections throughout each school day. Originality in these organiza- tions ran high, and students never knew what gimmick might be used to get their attention each morning. But yet they could always be sure of what would follow: an accurate report of meetings to be held. sporting events, contests, drives, and gen- eral information of all types of interest. Reaching 2350 students was a diflicult job, but our P.A. clubs handled it ef- ficiently and with ease. Q.-V... in Y' -' .ZA ...... t km. V ,, 5 Raw 1: J. Zarr. Row 2: C. Neylon. G. Baxter. P. Gorxanes L Jones Ron J. Goldlust. J. Ware. P. Kocotec. E. Braden. C. Crennell P.A. TECHNICIANS P.A. ANNOUNCERS Row 1: K. Davis. C. Gent, S. Calvin. D. Peterson. R. Zeitz. F. Poese. P. Shewell, J. Budas. R. Davis Ron 7 G. David, W. Laurenson. C. Forsberg. T. Breed. S. Barta. A. Barrick. P. Shemkunas, D. Brown R Lewis R. Candon. T7' ew I 223 RQ J'-'JJ JJ i Row 1: M. Bell. J. Schwemler. E. Ferko. W. Hunt. R. Kosman. D. Smith. R. Lewis. S. Waterwash. Row 2: G. Nowacek. B. Hocevar. J. Crawford. D. Allen. B. Knox. D. Bathory. J. Wonnacott. L. Dennis. D. Smith. R. Skopitz. Row 3: K. Wicks. D. Walters. W. Lewin. C. Owens. P. Tyler. D. Daugherty. J. Plaggemier. R. Eckerman. S. Gebe. J. Becvar. Ron' 4: J. Ruven, R. Slayton. B. Rogosch. .l. Wood. R. Brigden. J. Forstner. J. Kurti, T. Davis. J. Maresh. G. Spenko. Row 1: C. Degado. B. Bootz. J. Cipollo. Row 2: C. Schroeder. ior Manager: R. Rapferer. J, Usalis. Row 3: A. Winkler. Mr. Amster. M. Williams. B. Yanchar. Row -1: D. Dragolic. D. Lcutbecher. D. Caldwell. D. Waltermeyer. M. Boyle. 1. E' gp: KF S 'Y s. 45 V' 213 A6 .fr 'hx 224 l KEY CLUB The lnternational Key Club is an organization sponsored by Kiwanis Clubs all over the world. organized to promote service to the school and the community. The Euclid Club has been active in arousing school spirit and in serving the community in many ways. Members were also given opportun- ities to investigate the business world through their visits to various industries and their several guest speakers. Through all their activities, the boys learned the valuable lesson of accepting the re- sponsibilities of good community citizenship. BOOKSTORE CLUB "The bookstore has everything from cough drops to bookcovers-including pens, pencils, and paper." So Mr. Amster's comic announcements proclaimed each morning. in the campaign to acquaint Euclidites with that essential third floor niche-the school bookstore. With the motto "If you must frown. smile while doing it." the Retail Managers handled with tact and eiliciency the steady How ot' Euclid students purchasing school supplies. Always ready to serve, the bookstore proved a welcome solution for the problem of lost red pencil or required exam "bluebook." Euclid students will always bead a path daily to the door of the people with the better "mousetrap"-or bookstore. AD CLUB Z Q l l Row 1: J. Shields. J. Young. Rau' 2: M. Bell, N. Wicai. C. Yaichner. Row 1: Krasney. J. Brundic. A. Lanese. L. Vulduga. Row 2: C. Wohlgemuth K. Horrocks. M. Williams. B. Colt. Row 3: C. Takas, J. Usalis. P. Schumacher. S. Gault, J. Schwegler. Row 4: T. Lisch. P. Jacobs. B. Tolar. M. Neat. STAGE CREW Behind the scenes work is often looked upon as unfavorable and distasteful, but not in Euclid's drama department. Our stage crew found it interesting, challeng- ing, and quite a bit of fun, too. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Jenkins, these students were responsible for lighting, curtains, scenery, props. and various other back stage duties. Realizing the seriousness of their close work with the art of drama, this crew nevertheless combined their re- sponsibilities With fun and came out With the inevitable product of success. 225 Tickets to be sold. hands to be stamped with the mysterious invisible stamp. and the Ad Club swings into action. Adding much to the spirit of the 1958-59 sports season, Panther fans could always rely on one strong cheer for victory, or a silent prayer for the same as they bought their tickets and passed through the gates. These hard-working girls had one thought in mind: "More people behind our team, a better chance for victoryf' Few people realized the dedication that was with every member of the Ad Club. for they gave up their opportunities to see the games to do their jobs. This is a sign of one thing: true sacrificing spirit, and a love for E.H.S. Organizations at E.H.S. provide the opportunity for specialization in one desired field or another, and spe- cialization is necessary in order for efficiency. Broad- minded, enthusiastic students this year sought out that particular organization which best suited their abilities, interests, and desires. This accounted for a natural, wide variation of sponsored groups, including all types, from the physical to the intellectual. Those such as drama and music fell into the category of fine arts. Centering around the cultural aspects of student life at Euclid, these organizations strived for excellence aswell as per- sonal improvement. Natural, in-born ability was the prime factor with which each line artist began, and through the supervision of trained instructors, he had the opportunity to grow indefinitely. It was an amazing sight to observe the dedication of these students as they studied and practiced, both alone and with the group. 226 rganizations Work Into Various Phases of Fine Arts Desire was theirs as they sought cultural development, fully realizing that the longest ofjourneys begins with a single step. Many of these important steps were taken at Euclid High as is evidenced by observing that a great number of our most outstanding organizations were those classed as fine arts. i Mintz...-ni -- . , Y , Q-Q1 I I qt- I 7un........,.......nN-uv U..-Al mln -Q1 , 1 1 1 mul--uv Row 1: G. Judson, C. Baginski, K. Garland, D. Langmeyer. M. Vincent, D. Znidarsic. B. Sceranka. B. Tolar. J. Zevnik, K. Linsz, R. Carlson, J. Jenkins. Row 2: N. Milone. L. Krazny, K. Blow. J. Peattie, C. Tkatch. S. Theis, N. Gerl, M. Fedor, L. Petrick, G. David. S. Smith. Row 3: D. Margo, J. Ryba. R. Ullom. C. Glu- baskas, S. Sutphin, P. Proudfoot, F. Greenway, D. Atran, R. Stoeber, T. Burden, M. Nowacek. N. Beran. Row 4: J. Crawford, J. Vadnal, W. Kramer. R. Petro, W. Dailey. T. Bizzari, G. Nowacek, W. Burlingham, R. Suhar, D. Lanser. D. Morgan. Ron' 5: T, Burger, W. Palmer, W. Rider, R. Hunter, D. Carpenter, T. Con- stantine, D. Dolch, W. Gorse. J. Schulze, G. Soeder, P. Tyler. W. Custard. . usical Mastery . . . Choral Mastery EXECUTIVE BOARD Row I: R. Wilson, B. Sceranka. Row 2: D. Dolch, D, Morgan, P. Proudfoot, W. Gorse. Row 3: J. Zevnik, J. Peattie, N. Beran. DIRECTOR AND ACCOMPANIST Dick Wilson and Mr. Taylor Y uQx . CC L 228 R. Wilson, Presidentg W. Gorse, Vice President: B. Sceranka, Secretaryg D. Dolch, Treasurer. K . xg Summertime . . .and the voices ringing . . . One of the most enthusiastic and spirited organiza- tions at Euclid is the Choral Masters Choir. Made up of sixty-seven juniors and seniors-all carefully selected by Mr. Taylor from individual auditions last spring-this group has had an active year making numerous appear- ances both at school and in the community. During the fall, the Choral Masters were invited for the second year to perform at the Cleveland Community Chest Celebration Dinner at the Hotel Carter. Euclid students will remember, especially, the Thanksgiving and Christ- mas programs. At Christmas the Choral Masters united with the Euclid Choir, the Girls' Glee Club, and the orchestra to present a gala concert of familiar favorites. They also performed at the traditional Christmas Con- cert at Tapco. Performances at the two junior highs and at the Euclid Club House greatly added to their experi- ence. In March, Euclid played host to the twenty- seventh annual Lake Erie League Choral Festival. To round out the year they competed in the choral contests. For his good humor and determination to have a good choir, Mr. "TH is a man who will never be for- gotten. His striving-not only for notes, but also for mood-was just one of his many attributes that made the Choral Masters the success they were. 229 Bill's one of our conservative Seniors Hope everyone's hattery's charged! 1. --nf-7 i High Fidelit Found in Choirs . . . EUCLID CHOIR J. Browning, Treasurer: D. Tomino, President, F. Schroll, Vice President, P. Goryanes. Secretary. In number, Euclid Choir was the largest of the vocal groups, and they boasted a spirit which could easily have been classed as equally "the greatest." A pride in his organization and an enthusiastic effort to show his capabilities caused each vocalist to work diligently at W songs which at times appeared impossible to master. In their eyes, 6 41 A4- nothing insurmountable stood between them and a flawless perform- ance. Under Mr. T's conscientious direction, they studied music vary- ing frO1T1 sacred to rock Il' rOll SSICCIIOIIS. It was truly line to have our Alumni back with us again. Row I: D. Unterberger. J. Budas, S. Skranc, M. DeSantis. N. Martucci. C. Werley, B. Voss, J. Babnik, B. Mason, D. Habian, J. Yane, P. Johnson, P. Goryanes. L. Marino. L. Wellington, C. Shurilla. K. Cole. Row 2: T. Kish, G. Hammond, L. McCormack, P. Brady, L. Violanti. D. Sprachi, F. DePasquale, L. Singer, D. Tomino. C. Frownfelter. P. Maroff, I. Rakas. S. Shea. J. Cimperman, J. Burns. Row 3: P. Shewell, B. Evans, B. Baker, P. Krieger, D. Prudish, J. Buchholz, T. Rankin. J. Forker. G. Podwills, D. Mock, E. Jenkins. J. Goloboff, J. Schwegler, M. Schroeder, P. Thompson. Row 4: J. Shaughnessy, J. Kovach, J. Kriet, S. Lewis, P. Petrovic, L. Bartholmew, C. Colonna, I. Spencer, T. McPeek, D. Carpenter, R. Mylar, H. Rose, M. Shea, K. McMahon, S. McGill, A. Sokol. Row 5: S. Boyd, S. Boag, N. Roscoe, P. Sulak. G. O'Korn, D. Neumore, D. LaFollete, A. Ogrin. W. Boyton, D. Jones, D. Geddes, T. Guy. N. Lauter, J. Peterson, P. Duty, A. Ur- bancic, K. Peterson. 1' I I .ir i , 1 at 'TXLA7 ' Q W.-. 5 n awk. 1 5 , ,X n p , .a. . . Q .. " 1 ,, Y 9 I . f 'T' .N 7' ,fl h . . y ga 1 f. L ' ,. ' ' : , ' - Q N 7,0 ff - Q . V . . Y. . . . , I '73 Q 4 fc s Q. - 5 ' C 1 s - . nh i a ' Q Q l ... V I ran' I- ' J ' 7, V i.. V" Q - HM, S ga Q . C3 v-1 A c , f A f A 1 7' rl 9 'J 'F' X' 'Z - 0 l W f Q " 1 , ' 0 :. J "' ii.. H t A '- A 94 X , I , .Y Row I: C. Mullins, C. Eastabrooks. J. Roberts. J. Pike, G. Mathson. S. DiBiasio. D. Paul, M, McPherson, K. Coros, B. Wallace. C. Cradis. Row 2: B. Seifert. S. Beverick. P. Tinker. S. Rails. B. Harwood, J. Danch. S. Wither, S. Middlebrook. S. Klotzbach. S. Stanwyck. B. Kish. Row 3: M. Danials. D. Ambrose. N. Harding. J. Telisman. E. Buchholz, M. Sabetti, C. Bybee. C. Schuster. B. Rhodes. S. Schott. L. Jerabek. Row 4: L. Kish. H. Cordray, P. Brennan. B. Schmitt, J. Lube, L. Lane. P. Guth. M. Couch. D. Knaus, N. Schwarts. B. Peter- son, P. Roberts, L. Erjavec. Last minute preparation. P. Tinker, Treasurer: J. Telisman, Vice Presidentg S. Middlebrook. Presidentg S. DiBiasio, Secretary. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Clad ln their smart Perry Como sweaters and navy blue skirts, the Girls' Glee Club added a bright spot of color to musical assemblies, plus presenting exclusive A programs to their own Sophomore Class. Each of these R girls has a dream of someday belonging to either the Euclid Choir or Choral Masters. Both of these organiza- tions will be bettered through the membership of vocal- ists who were boasted by this yearts Girls' Glee Club. -I , 'aff , ex . . ' The stirring strains of march music, the har- monies of concert melodies, the intricate forma- tions at football games, the interpretation of written notes into living soundfthese all are a part ofthe band's season. The school year opened with marching season, each half-time offering a chance for the creativeness of the marching band to have its fling. When the long-awaited uniforms failed to appear the musicians remained un- daunted-their first show was "County Fair," with the band members resplendent in their straw hats. patched shirts and tattered trousers. Finally every band member was issued his cap. his jacket, his trousers. his overcoat-naval ofhcer blue, trimmed in gold. Fitted with a plume for football performances, each musician cut a trim figure in his new uniform. Small spectators were even heard to comment, "Look at all those soldiers, Mommy!" S mphon in Sound . . . BAND SERGEANTS BAND LIBRARIANS R. Bozich, T. Bauer, C. Hocevar. R. Spies, Head Librarian, R. Schulz, M. Mitchell, B. Hale. '1 1,7 u. Row I: B. Hale, K. Beutell, C. Lindquist, A. Crone, S. Weaver, L. Schultz, L. Mateyko. Row 2: T. Bauer, E. Strauss, T. Krue ger, J. Lilley, S. Forker, J. Tapp, J. Borgsteadt, S. Rodd. Row 3 R. Biondi, D. Homer. V. Klima, C. Sweeder, R. Fross, J Krauss, D. Busch, D. Plesnicar, J. Cochran, M. Mitchel L. Gronert, M. Gianasi, R. Spies, J. Becker, M. Thompson B. Shrewsbury, P. Hal'. C. Krueger, M. Howard, M. Nelson Row 4: K. Skoenbeck, J. Lindblad, C. Mace. R. Schultz H. Borthwick, D. Semick, L. Reed, L. Hammel, T. Tewell D. DeMarco, D. Koskinen, J. Wonnacott, D. Delsanter, R. Hurl- burt, D. Kovak, W. Grisard, N. Fields, R. Daugherty, S Grjden, R. Folk, D. Douglass, W. Granbille. Row 5: A. Al- jancic, G. Gibson, F. Gonso, W. Nelson, R. Delly, R. Bozich K. Aufdenhaus, B. Knox. T, Vardian, L. Novak, P. Howard K. Gibb, N. Presley, J. Turk, C. Perkins, D. Harper, Director L. Sauageot. D. Mog, P. Worley, J. Ryba, G. Canfield, R. Wight R. Gezann, C. Hocevar, D. Jones, D. Larkin, D. Morgan. CONCERT BAND After the curtain fell on marching season, it rose on the beginning a of concert season . . . assemblies given at junior highs, the program with the choir, the antiphonal chorus, the preparation for contest, the solos and ensembles . . . a successful and active season. The weekly game of "Euclid Roulettei' to decide those to prove their skill brought fear into the hearts of the unprepared, and provided glee for the lucky enough to be spectators. Serving as officers in the company of musicians were the band sergeants, collecting lines, keeping order, guarding the jail, assuming responsibility in the absence of their director. The librarians were re- sponsible for the order ofthe music, locating that lost 2nd trombone piece, searching frantically for the folder misplaced in a tuba. Membership in the band was much more to these high school musi- cians than the mere playing of an instrument, it was spiritual, cultural, and social growth. 233 BAND INSTRUCTORS .N I'-LJ,-I' f M1 f ,Q 1. gf, G K ":A. ia? ' H. Hershey. A. Sydow, A. Mitchell, D. Harper, B. Trautwein. The strains of Euclid's Marching Band could be heard from the parking area on crisp fall mornings as these precision-stepping students rehearsed for an approach- ing game. An indispensible part of the half-time shows, they strived for perfection both for the entertainment of Euclidites, and for the improvement of their own talents. These stalwart members of the music department were proud to display their new and badly needed blue and gold uniforms, purchased through the generous dona- tions of Euclid citizens. They finally arrived! Row 1: K. Beutell. P. Hall, C. Krueger. J. Schmeltzer. B. Shrewsbury, S. Weaver, C. Sweeder. Row 2 K. Schoenbeck, V. Klima, J. Lindblad, R. Gezann, C. Lindquist, S. Forker, M. Thompson, E. Strauss, R. Delly Row 3: R. Biondi. L. Gronert, T. Tewell, D. Morgan, B. Hale. M. Howard, J. Ryba. R. Bozich, T. Bauer Row 4: P. Howard, J. Borgsteadt, J. Wonnacott, L. Hammel, R. Fross, R. Hurlburt, D. Douglas, C. Hocevar J. Becker, K. Gibb. Aw if , gl Q1 5 5 .-D , .i Q in f ri z, P M, , ' 34ls"r2alLili'S4?tH 1475014 Y-'f' . ' , ?"l'l's Ps fir 5213 The band sets the stage for the majorettes. Pep and Power . . Solid Sound PIT BAND "By the playing of the Pit Band." This familiar phrase was heard every week after our assemblies as this talented group struck up a familiar march or the Panther pep song. Popular with E.H.S. students, this band instilled in them a spirited mood so they could further enjoy the assembly program, and at its conclusion dismissed them in the same inspiring manner. Whether it was a standard march or our beautiful Alma Mater, the Pit Band did a wonderful job of adding pep and special meaning to our weekly assemblies. I The Debonaires ace the Bands of Tomorrow Contest Ready for the downbeat. E. E525 .fa Row 1: W. Hayes, D. Plesnicar, P. Brown, M. Tuhacek J Johnson S Forker N Berger G Heil L Berger R Wilson. Row2: R. Blakeley, B. Hale, J. Lindblad M Nelson B Valince M Gianasi R Spies D Peek L Ma teyka. Row3: J. Borgsteadt, F. Bentley, P. Benedetto T Tewell C Hocevar L Hammel J Wonnacott D De Marco, P. Howard, J. Chiarelli. This year the orchestra was composed of students who were interested in classical selections of music as opposed to those played by the other musical organiza- tions ofthe school. They met 7 Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to prepare for participating in such events as the annual Choral Christmas Concert when they accompanied the choirs in presenting the Christmas assembly to the student body and the Lake Erie League Orchestra Festival which was held at Cleveland Heights this year. Every member of this organization gained valuable experience in orchestral accompaniment which will help many of them in their future musical careers. ORCHESTRA OFFICERS R. Wilson, Presidentg J. Lindblad, Treasurer: C. Hocexar, V Presidentg R. Spies, Secretary. Has anyone seen Bozich? Ni From Practice to Perfection . . . CADET BAND Row 1: R. Constantine, F. Gliebe, V. Sestak, B. Roberts, P. Banko, B. Valince, J. Beutell, Row 2: E. Vantilburg, A. Shinagawa, R. Taylor, P. Benedetto, R. Eidwer, D. Lilley, F. Whitehead, D. Monorc, S. Prijatelj, L. Liggert, R. Sarver, G. Spenko, E. Wiltshire. Row 3: G. Gezann, G. Furwick, G. Circa, R. Mervar, J. Collingwood, J. Aufdenhaus, D. Harper, Director, G. Maequarrie, J. Balch, D. Gerwin, C. Crone, L. Burns, J. Habe, R. Foxall, R. Mervis, J. Balch, F. Hanes, J. Stonebeck. lw - i .-.- 1 1 -Q. 1.1 -. . f vm.. ,K 3 Summer sees majorettes in the swing of things. 252.11553 '1"!'!" E022 FAITH! 'vi ' B. Haifey HEAD MAJORETTES MARCHING MAJORETTES A high-stepping treat at any half-time show were Euclid's precision marching majorettes. Possessing exceptional ability to perform in a smooth, rhythmic style, the girls were armed with shining batons, ilutly plumes, trim outfits, and hashing smiles to beat any band. Their gracious mannerisms and gestures flowed well with the pattern of music as the girls sharply and precisely snapped to the beat in an orderly fashion. Consistent practice and serious devotion to their work accounted for the ine impression that was always received when the talented majorettes marched toward a Euclid victory. The entire student body was proud of every performance by these spirit-raising girls of 1958-59. D- Mika M. Nowacek ,gp h 4 p, is ,M , N, X 1 L f ,fe NT' -xc. A I 2s if e 1 haf r ' 'nu x'k-2'r4--- Tvs- . , '-nf gs' 5 238 ug..- , , Y. ,.I..3. XE f,sf,f,,.xxm5N4fN'N,-: - af! ,ff -1 , . f pk aff 'sfL"L4 f ft-- . S . v S. Powell fue' '7 ., 'L ...,...I .fv,,,,. ...T.., ..T.... -,.,-.- y , n Q3f"""T 1 5 . ----11 x X S-,sf -- . . . .p xxx. 3 YQ W-Q. 1 M. Brown, L. Tucceri, P. Relyea, B. Fox, G. Gibson, P. Magalenga. Another elite performance of precision J. Lausin - gf- "Z ' ' -lr. 'A --:,,,, :ff ,nf-M-',,g.sfaI" U f ' ' Q -yy -ru . gr-j"',4f-1 - fqKX uve- - ,-we , ,., . . 5,.13f2ir-, Z 4 ., E. Reder J. Sajevic M. Soblesky ., - Lf" :fjifo ' 5 Z s,.' ff .- " ' 5 F 2, F' B v 6,1525 ' S? x " ' B If ,, f Y wmv-""' , , r 5 7 ,Y .. .,f "1 " . 'E A u f , . .5-J" A. ' J Q ' mia x A -'M ' '-. 4 . Q' 1 ' J eq-1. 239 X X 'Tm sorry, Mother" 66 79 Stage Magicians Weave Spell in Glass Managerie "Candlelight is my favorite kind of light." 'w 4 If i X. H-we ,, Law Jerry Goldlust, Andy Ogrin, Rita Fulton, and Mimi Gianasi star in Fall Play. In The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams has poignantly presented a young girl, Laura-a quiet, shy, withdrawn Laura-and her mother-a true busybody: domineering, and matchmaking-in a most human manner. Subtleness of character and plot development makes this a play diificult to produce with all the "Mother calls it my glass menagerief' FALL PLAY CAST Mimi Gianasi Laura Jerry Goldlust Tom Rita Fulton Amanda Andy Ogrin Gentleman caller PRODUCTION CREW Sue Blau Student director Neil Wicai Lights Linda McGregor Co stumes Jim Young Stage Manager Connie Williams Props Debbie Gray Props Linda Karlin Business staff warmth and tenderness originally written into it However, in their sensitive, realistic portrayals cast members displayed advantageously their outstanding native skills, as well as the excellence of technique training received from Euclid's drama coach Mr J Jenkins. "Why, you're just a Christian mawtyr! But it worked so well in rehearsal. Showboat ourney Displays Senior Talent One of the high points of Euclid's assembly entertainment in 1959 was pre- sented as Fred Lowery, famous whistler, held both the sophomores and the upper- classmen entranced with his popular ren- dition of the theme from "High and Mighty." Along with this favorite, which sold over a million records, Mr. Lowery performed a number of fascinating, and at times amazing, feats, such as imitating various bird calls, and whistling a duet with himself. Certainly Mr. Lowery will be remembered by the students of Euclid for his warm personality and enjoyable music. . A new privilege for the Seniors was . N readily taken advantage of this year as N' tl these Upperclassmen worked many long I hours to present a fall class assembly that "f would be exemplary of their devotion to I Euclid High. Summer planning and early lg school-year rehearsals made the presenta- 1 tion one that was admired and respected by all three classes, the faculty and the fi administration. Director Mr. Robuck and student director Don Tomino worked un- K b x tiringly so that everyone could be proud of the efforts of the Seniors to further a more widely-spread and varied program of spirit in our school. Their production was also successful in creating a better feeling of unity within the class, so neces- sary to these students who shared their last year of high school life together. It's that Euclid charm. The Champs go down on record. we 243 I at f.i1',it :',D', xxx!! ,- f I .J i I The N.H.S. ceremony filled all students with pride. The fine arts at Euclid were instruments of education in one of its highest forms. Our school recognized that not every process of learning centered in the classroom. Every experience is an education in itself, but one of the most diflicult of lessons is found in the ability to utilize every opportunity to advance to its fullest extent. The faculty at E.H.S. taught some of their most valuable lessons in this way, and because of this, every organization, every phase of athletics, every department of the flne arts was another contribution to the student's well-rounded education. Classes were, of course, where the major process of teaching took place, but much was also leamed due to our teachers' willingness to aid after class on their own time. Their Ready on cue. i Q Q Q '244 es f I ka Ken Armstrong, from his travels, presented Euclid students with a vivid picture of life inside Russia. Culture of Fine Arts Is Carried Into Classes example to us was the best teacher, for they showed us by their own actions the most important lessons that life has to offer. Staunch witnesses of the value of dedicated teaching eiforts, they seemed to have full faith in the famous statement: "Education is what you have left after you have lost everything that can possibly be taken away from you." Euclid High's Iinest art was the educational process found through classes and associations with our faculty. Guidance in choice of colleges was gained through assemblies with the Deans. Darn, it worked in the book. PHYSICS CLASS B Exercising Curiosity LANGUAGE CLASSES "Ole!'Z 30, N . ,f I N " , Qi 3 N3 R' fr . , , . . . . ' HA, ' , M, , P . x ,. xx af 1 .lux Q . . h v A 4 ' 'A Q iiieizigii 1 ' gf- 5 . 'W ,gk 1 xQ ' X K I -I , 3 Ik :ik L, Lf wi I L ZLSW, A el I Lf B- iqhfgni- .111-.4111 .-- .- .nun-mu.-w.zf,.. 'ii N,-1 I 1-' . .Y , TE z Ei? ,i .. 11 j, ! I ff? L i 'FW 1 f 'f f CHEMISTRY CLASS "Don't worry, l'm sure it's water into acid." Dissecting-exotic odors and sounds, force and motion! These were just three of the fascinating subjects discussed daily among the "valorous" students who took part in our biology, chemistry, BUSINESS CLASS "Chantez, Jean." physics, and language classes. This year, the en- larged and more fully equipped science depart- ment classrooms were, as in the past, the scene of complicated experiments and surprising results. Here were found the answers to the numerous questions conceming our environment. Science has familiarized the science-minded Euclid student with the how's and whyls of life, and this challeng- ing field most certainly should be classified as the keynote to a secure future. Languages enabled students to explore other Worlds of culture-Span- ish, French, German - and other ages - ancient Rome. BIOLOGY CLASS Biology students cutting up in a fishy situation. an l I , I, if 1 1.- f gf 1 ,f A .ei Olin A. Bailey Science, Chairman Rio Grande College Ohio State University Western Reserve University Kent State University ' A.B. in Ed. M.S. Sponsor, Movie Club noi . '5 1 I 25:44:11 V 9. .'1j.TfQ'.'g"I In K A eg ' 23? ' Q' ,. Mr. Berry's got an angle. Albert Judge I : .,t1.2f21 2 '221-Q at 111g W""' ' 7 W :.' , . 1:tjf.-'-' . . Mario DeLeon Science California State Teaching College B.S. in Ed. A. 1 ' f I 1' 1- -im-Sfff . so 3 - iff? s xxx' at 1 s Carl Clements Science Capital University Ohio State University B.Sc. , 'X-' ' f W. Dean Hawver Science Ohio State University Kent State University B.Sc. in Agriculture B.Ed. B Investigation Richard Keay Joseph Mayer X Science Science Science Kenyon Kent State University Baldwin-Wallace r Kent State University Western Reserve 'N University R. ' A University of Florida University N Western Reserve " 'C '-f Western. Reserve Ohio State University ,A 1 University Mk, " University A.B. t - is B.Sc. x wif, B.Sc. in Chem. M.A. M,A, ,f B.Sc. in Ed, Athletic Director Coach M.Ed. - " . QQ H Sponsor, P.A. .,,,3A:Q f . . .Yrs-'Z 1, gif?-N Q Technicians sae..-f-1 Nothing beats that good home cooking! aes? X vw Sr 1---9 ,rt 4 .si Y -' V QP, 'Q tx K t 124' . X.. d E 1 ' an Xp orauon . . . Michael Socash A V H. W, Spangler Science . 1 'V Q S XR Science Duquesne UHIVCISIIY -' ', Heidelberg College Univ. of Pittsburgh , Western Reserve Westminster College W 7 A, 4' University B.Ed. M.Ed. at sv-f . 31147. Sf Q A J J B.A. its , L' n ' A 3, Qii M.S. 1, V fs jk 4 ' . it 1-4t sew 4 ig ttttttte 1 sf 249 Martin Reno Science Edinboro State Teachers College Harvard University B.Sc. M.Ed. Coach Mary Kay Schmidt Science Denison University Western Reserve University Univ. of Wisconsin B.A. David Schweig Science Wright Junior College Denison University B.A. Norman Thompson Science Western Reserve University Kent State University B.Sc. M.A. Visual Aids Herb Adams Colby College Thiel College Harvard University B.A. Sponsor, Drama Club English Frank Aultz English Mount Union College Kent State University B.A. M.Ed. f' Now IS there anyone who disagrees with Pera Campbell English Defiance College Ohio State University Univ. of Wisconsin B.A. M.A. C0-Sponsor Student Council Tx ,t Expressive Commum Mary Lois Baker Cynthia Barrett x , English English , Stephens College College Of WOOSWT FP Carnegie Tech. 13-A- ' -:T Lake Erie College 1' in f' , B.A. 'Z N 1,. 1 - A ' at ' ' X , , - -ft '. K in :rd I " I irq? ' til V JW I w 'fi Harold Blackburn English Otterbein College Western Reserve University A.B. M.A. Wilton Eckley English, Chairman Mount Union College Ohio University Kent State University Penn State University DePauw University Western Reserve University B.A. M.A. Sponsor, Survey 250 Jv- ,. Miriam Bower English Ohio University Columbia University A,B. M.A. A Sabra Hansen English B.A. Univ. of Louisv1lle DePauw University cation Elizabeth Huffman English Ohio Wesleyan University Barbara Kuemmerlein English Univ. of Wisconsin Western College for Women B.A. Co-Sponsor, National Forensic League I I I Clara Mackenzie James McCampbell Y Nancy McMahon English English W English Converse College f Northwestern 1 Bucknell University Duke University , UHiVC1'SitY : .l A YP B-5- iy B.A. h e B.Sc. ' , Co-Sponsor, Student mm- an M.A. T N, K 'A' Sponsor, Euclidian ' Council 7 51, I 5 ' Co-Sponsor, National 5. 'A wwf . n , .,4.. Forensic League " Sponsor, Eucuyo I f X 1251 - 5. Frank Pringle English St. Bonaventure Univ. St. Francis College Bucknell University John Carroll University Western Reserve University Kent State University Penn State University B.A. Coach yi, wi" Leonard Robuck English Western Reserve University B.A. M.A. Co-Sponsor, N.F.L. Sponsor, P.A. Announcers Sponsor, Spring Play glvcz i.55:3f,1..' ' f- .,v., . But some people keep on trying! 5 V.: - - -,. M. as 2-22523535 .4-. Mary Ann Spretnak k Jane Water-field Englislz ' Z4 English D Miami UUiVC1'SifY -ig ., ,I Indiana University -v B.Sc. in Ed. ,". 'Q' B.Sc. Sponsor. Cheerleaders , In - 'TV j" V in , ag',L"' F .A QM , 5 in i p, V:,. V X 251 Jack Jenkins Dramatics Indiana University B.Sc. M.A. Sponsor, Thespians Sponsor, Stage Crew W ll'K A Q ,,,,M,m,w M 49" wlaumaanzw 4 x4 1 vu ' , .1 , ,nu I f., EM , 1:LL:f7'vz1f' A Holes bored. students not. . p A . '-fY B Carefull AUTO MECHANICS I always wondered what's in here! f. ,, M Lf 2 si -3 1 J 'r 1.7 2 137' 2 1515 2.1 ffi Fin M M ... ART CLASS There's no clowning around in art classes! 252 ,3 -1. . 'xx INDUSTRIAL ARTS Training students for the future is the main function of any high school, and included in Euclid's program are the mechanical arts. In automotives, wood- working, mechanical drawing, and art classes, students are given an opportunity to develop an interest which may be a life work or simply a relaxing hobby for later years. In well-equipped shops and un- der the able direction of skilled instruc- tors, students received what may be as important a part of their educations as were the more formally taught classes in Euclid's plan of preparation. Coordinating Hands and The Christmas iSSue Of the Survey rolls hot Ofl' Eu S 1 , pu Woodshoppers take chips oft' the I inds . . clid's own presses. hc.: lit.: z 493-. ' Eifi' "'1v French class enthusiasm is seen by sponsorship of breakfast. Leslie Berry Mathematics Colorado State Univ. Case Institute of Technology B.A. T15 1 fi. s If f" 4 X x Fred Johns Mathematics Western Reserve University Kent State University B.Sc Counselor . . l l fr- 5.- M.A. xv , t e ' J' rx' 1 155 Q 254 Adrian Buerger Mathematics University of Dayton Ohio State University B.Sc. Donald Rinkes Mathematics Muskingum College West Liberty State College West Virginia University Ohio State University B.Sc. M.Ed. Sponsor, Camera Club W A V, ' xx E 1 ..:, a, . ' 1 as-'K . 'I fx K .J " ' M"l . Dale Thompson Bellla Wilson Mathematics Mathematics, Chairman Butler University University of Southern West Virginia University Ca1if'0fI'liH Muskingum College Western Reserve University A.B. BA- Coach MA- Sponsor, Friendship Club the Intellect . . . Katherine Bognar Language Notre Dame College Western Reserve University B.A. Odilie Cantillano Language Colegio Superior de Senoritas Escuela Normal de Costa Rica West Virginia University University of Notingham University of Cambridge B.A. M.A. 5 1' ' ' , C51 - ':. 4 J" i 1 . Ahmed Fellague Anthony Vaccariello Language Lfmgllagf' Ohio State University Miami University um, I I-,, Mexico City College Western Reserve University ' ' B.sC. in Ed. B.A. M.A. ' Sponsor, Ad Club V Faculty Manager of .. V Q Athletics hiv' ,,' 2533- :IL . "If it were done when 'tis done. then 'twere well . . 1 1 'S-.- Margaret Zimmerman Language Moravian College for Women Middlebury Columbia University B.A. M.A. in fe -f1,,-W-x.-auf,-.1--V i --1 Clemens Blauch Social Studies Kent State University University of Akron Ohio State University B.Sc. M.A. School Treasurer Ronald Harding James Lindsay Soczal Siudreg 5 SOCfl1!SflldiES Ohio University Baldwin-Wallace College B Ed , Wesleyan University B A lVi.A.T. Understanding at 1 vs, 322. g 5 L, U I V P xV1,..- .s P 's wg Donald McColeman Social Studies Western Reserve University University of Toledo B.A. M.A. 256 Wilma Gillman Social Studies Heidelberg College Western Reserve University "' B.A. W, M.A. vo' .' Sponsor, F.T.A. 1.5 ,q rin J' xi? i ' ' M179 : - if Donald McPherson Social Studies Hiram College Kent State University B.A. Coach Sponsor, Senior Cabinet Nil A X- r xx 7 - ,R v, y X t T at 2 , L' N ' al 1' ,F 1 1 , - -.g ef sf, i, xg , , , 7 fr '1- '5'if31'2f "f- , in "' -, A f """""w-' ' , V- K f eff: it , u e , :ag it . ., .i :at t as -e e . i s t ,:-w'P'i'f14"x.-arf Neal Nelson Gordon Rawlinson I we Ab Social Studies Social Studies " fi ' . if Kent State University Alliance Junior College . 3' ig-X , B.A. Baldwin-Wallace College x ' ig' . 4' fl Coach Ohio State University ' xt ' ' K" B.A. 'A ' V ' M.A. e In-..!h A "Ma, he's making eyes at me!" X- V and His M aff if t, 3' 'kv' , Helen Stewart Social Studies Kent State University Western Reserve University Ohio State University University of Zurich Switzerland University of Hawaii B.Ed. M.A. M.Ed. Counselor Sponsor, World Affairs otivations Qi. James Stuckey Social Studies Bluffton College Ohio State University B.A. M.A. Nils Roest Social Studies Denison University B.A. YN 19f' 1' 1a , :gil Si? ., A f, V, Paul Wallace Social Studies Bowling Green University Baldwin-Wallace College Western Reserve University B.A. 257 :fs ,,N ., ya,- '27 v Ruth Smith Social Studies Flora Stone Mather Western Reserve University A,B. 6 R' V if 'sf r X., ,f in " f t C 1 --" ss Isp -tv-N.: ,.',L1..lQ Stanley Whiteside Social Studies, Chairman Ohio University Ohio State University University of Wisconsin Lewis and Clark College B.A. Co-Sponsor, N.H.S. B Developing Sk1lls . . . DRIVING CLASS A common cry from the student taking driving Oh, I'll never learn to parallel before they were through with they had learned to parallel weather conditions, and change also learned the traffic laws of Ohio and how to be safe, courteous drivers. SWIMMING CLASS Swimming skills and the fundamentals of life- saving and artificial respiration were taught by 3, the members of the Swim Club. This course was N 5 optional therefore assuring ambitious attitudes on SYN .P the part of potential swimmers. Water safety and ability are wisely emphasized in swim classes. l'm the sly type. BUSINESS CLASS Through a study of shorthand and bookkeeping, and a practice of typing and working on various office machines, the student enrolled in Euclid's Commercial Department was well-trained for a career of office work. In this course, students gained experience in working with electric type- writers, adding machines, computors, and dupli- cating machinesg all of which are found in the modern offices of today. HE "To Mr. John Doe, 320 Deer Lane Things just won't add up for Judy. 259 Q " ' H f-- -E, . was ' v ' ll 'yr ,gs th"? Planning and preparation for better educat1on. Yrs' i N11 .1 Lillian Barrow Business Education Muskingum College Ohio University University of Pittsburgh B.Ed. M.Ed. -L. Q-q Robert Kendro Business Education Kent State University B.Sc. in Ed. Robert Bennett Business Education Ohio State University Mexico City College University of Amsterdam University of London Western Reserve University B.S. M.A. A ,' . fi f ' .4 ii I N Q David McKelvey Business Education Muskingum College Indiana University B.Sc. M.Ed. X1 g95vf"'5s1-9-na. ax, ik, s"'E""' +:L:j'gt,x Y- 1.4. Clayton George Business Education Fenn College Kent State University B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Sponsor, Euclidian Business Stati' 3f'n's ea- 3. L4 Q- 'ef g. Edmond Mize Business Education Ohio State University Ohio University Kent State University B.Sc. Sponsor, Survey Business Staff Alvin Amster Business Education Western Reserve University B.A. M.A. Sponsor, Student Council Store 'JZ' Y -' 1555, Marshall Haimes Business Education Ohio State University Western Reserve University B.Sc. M.A. Coach Club-Co-Ordinator 'nf Nw! Dolores Morey Business Education University of Pittsburgh Kent State University Western Reserve University B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. By Adequately Preparing for Future Life . . . are-1 X 'tw-ff i, c A William Saul Business Education Westminster College Western Reserve University Erie Business College B.B.A. ZH. P f T Wk xt 5 ' , Christine Skodlar Business Education Bowling Green University, B.Sc. in Ed. s 4 i-, V .I..- ., V Charles Sawyer Business Education Kent State University B.Ed. .31 -L ' 'a l . .. if , .ve-:ef X ' e V' ,-.Y sf . 1. - xref' . ., -, .A It-,se Delmar Smith Business Education, Chairman Ohio Northern University Columbia University A.B. M.A. B.B.A. Director of Placement June Phypers Business Education Denison University Western Reserve University Middlebury French School New York University Radcliffe College B.A. M.A. its ewgl "Now, it's all in the grip." fi 16- Alice Woods Business Education University of Oklahoma Ohio University B.Sc. in Ed. J 5 4' gcf' .Y .1-is yt 3523 1 55 ' dy'-'f V, I h P-'Ere ix. ' Robert Yocum Business Education Kent State University B.Sc. in Ed. s if gs' .I all K Bruce Barlow Industrial Arts Wilmington College Ohio State University Harold Daugherty Industrial Arts Ohio University B.Sc. in Ed. Western Reserve University Coach B.Sc. in Ed. Coach .M W ' . ,i . v 'A' 'Q as -- , ti -1' "' I f' ' if - 9-4. , 5' ' .J , J Fl' z G 'J ta., Clarence Eckert Industrial Arts Kent State University Western Reserve University B.S. M.A. Coach ,V Y ve' , tb K . I- Gertrude Hoeger Industrial Arts Ohio Wesleyan Ohio State University B.Sc. Aloysius Galicki Industrial Arts Ohio University Western Reserve University Fenn College Kent State University B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Coach l Richard Hungerford Industrial Arts Hiram College Kent State University B.A. B.Sc. ...jf "Now for my next selection, I'd like to sing 2 y Appl ing the Arts of Home and Industr ll 5:-1 Xt, James Morrison Eugene Noble Industrial Arts Industrial Bowling Green University Fort Hays Kansas Wilmington College State College Ohio State University B.Sc. B.Sc. Coach 262 , A Q . lg Q , is - ' if 'ii .51 .qv , I 'N' 3 6 4'1Aq I - is I 6 "'4 3 ' . Q S Herbert Nold Industrial Arts Ohio University Bowling Green University Kent State University B.Sc. M.Ed. Coach bt , 1, . 1. Qin- . v,,.,g..,-f l Fred Vollman Industrial Arts, Chairman Western Reserve University Cleveland Institute of Art Kent State University B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. in Art 'D- Wx we Helen Poese Home Arts Miami University B.Ed. Merwin Staines Industrial Arts New York State University University of Colorado Muhlenberg College Kent State University B.Sc. M.Ed. .P 'NE-. Q , 42 ...A-r i wf Lillian Centa Home Arts Fenn College Western Reserve University B.Sc. M.Sc. fx W Dolores Stein Home Arts Kent State University B.Sc. 2 John Supance Industrial Arts Ohio University Stevens Point Teachers College Kent State University B.Sc. M.Ed. Coach , xi ft .rt- Edith Lemon Home Arts, C lzairman Northwestern University Western Reserve University B.Sc. M.A. Counselor 2,1 Mft 's 'QQ .nr I ff f I' . ..::. ll Frank Troglia Indust1'ial Arts Ohio State University Western Reserve University B.Sc. M.A. Counselor Iii' Nancy Muller Home Arts Miami University B.Sc. The welcome break. 63 " , vs. ' st 53 52 I Arlene Carter Physical Education Bowling Green James Calvert Plzysical Education North Central College Ohio State University University .H Efeflcffl Rvsffvc -Q, 4, Trinity University mvffslly B.Sc. in Ed. A B.A. L, ' M.A. E ,if ' ,nf Coach in .. 4' . , XXL vga William Donaldson Audree Fox Physical Education , 'A" .V Physical Education Kent State University 985' Bowling Green B-SC H '- " X University M-Ed. ,- A John Carroll Coach ' ' "' - B.A. in Ed. - us- Sponsor, G.L.C. C Co-Sponsor W, Cheerleaders Mighty casual in the women's lounge pn 4 In-mm-V., ,gs . .' , .. ,,,:., f - Sv r' 9 xl l.-1.-, - B shi 4 15 if 'nu Q ,- 'K ug I ve? ,.. be "X, X Jeanette Clines Physical Education Bowling Green University B.Sc. Sponsor, G.A.A. Jane Guest Physical Education Otterbein College Miami University B.Ed. Co-Sponsor Cheerleaders Increasing Donald Mohr Physical Education Baldwin-Wallace College Bowling Green ...kk J University L, 'Yr-' Western Reserve University B.A. M.A. Coach i gl !fl1!'! I Down with Shaker! AQ NX, 73 5 . ,s M K' ' ., wif! ' 'W .. ,rw . A If 5: ,ff A-i- 1 n i q f f?" 2 'si Q I ff 4 -,', vie, 1 ,fi fx A Wx ' ' 'U' sr .,.. Experience and Broadening 1,,....,. i f , V I on -N Q, 3 -. ' bw. . 5 e A,F N M s la' i .f to Horizons Sam Taylor Music High Point College Northwestern University B.S. M. Music Choral Director John Reeves Club C0-Ordinator Kent State University Western Reserve University B.Sc. M.A. ' f , Counselor 1, 20? . 5 4. 531,121 iiimfl- Za-G: -- 265 Y A '21, My . i ' N Q .jiziifj 1 . Aff- ""' A iii: is . vt ' ' "" 5 S l what 'wx Clarence Swackhamer Physical Education, Chairman Ohio University Wilmington College Columbia University Ohio State University B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. Carla Urchek Physical Educafion Kent State University B.Sc. Sponsor, Swim Club Dale Harper Music' Cincinnati Conservatory of Music University of Cincinnati University of Akron Western Reserve University B.Sc. M.A. George Wiley C0-Orrlinator, Special Achievement Classes Oberlin College Western Reserve University Ohio State University A.B. M.A. IVY! sf- G CQVWX 0 "' .S rcs , 1-,QF 'N 1, 1 1,k he-,A 4 ' ' 'ii ' 5- A'-5f'Xs:21b3Qf'g""'f 557' -S ,. S .,,, L 1, A,., fa ' ' ,',.. 1 X -1-"4 - ": 1 ,'-"' f' ,,...L55?Z?' Q fx C 'X -4, 'iwfgfg , 'ff , C M" " 'W ' 1:9 5 in W . ., .. T Q ' A J Q ,Q 1' ..-:: A V.. E Q Q 1 J , WJ A L ii 'S GYM CLASS SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSES 266 -..mi1m v ui 'x ,Inl- Training-for almost any phase of work one could imagine-was combined to make student life at Euclid Senior High School more interesting. Mr. Rawlinsonis mock Congress faced all the national problems of the day with grim determination. Valuable lessons in sportsmanship were learned by all who participated in sports. Courses in algebra, geometry, advanced algebra, solid geometry, and trig were offered, as electives, to students interested in entering colleges and universities. Girls had a choice of cooking or sewing as training for becoming future homemakers. Everything from begin- ning sewing to advanced tailoring was taught in the modern-equipped sewing rooms. Everything from boil- ing water to preparing entire meals was taught in the modern kitchens of Euclid High. Through the variety of courses offered at Euclid, the student had an oppor- tunity to be trained in many vocational fields, training that will help them throughout their entire lives. B Living, We Learn COOKING CLASS Nothing beats that good home cooking' A, Vwiiii .s M5293 -stty V iifkgj - 3? V , X 4 -ra- - ,U . x. X NG, A. Zayatz, M. Korynoski, D. Pintar, M. Turk. H. Ryba. L. Baron, J. Boyer. A. Bell, M. Stein, Secretaries. A ': J sfrfsifi -z . if-1 td. is ig , if 19"l Q-. ,es-we k A N . , 1 5: I4 r W. -..- 5- ' an-Q., ' Personnel Staffs Keeping the complex records of the high school, preparing nutritious meals, and maintaining efficiency at the board oiliceg these are the duties of the oilice staif, the cafeteria staff, and the Board of Pupil Personnel. Their work is definitely indispensable to the smooth operation of a high-quality school. Yet they often go unrecognized by the student body and the community. But their importance should not be under-rated, for their value is inestimable. Row I: E. Zimmerman, N. Steiner, I. Sandberg. L. Straka, F. Colbert, K. Bauer, C. Douglass, M. Klug, E. Brashear, B. Thomas, M. Bitzer, M. Pesec, J. Paladino, J. Youngberg, J. Turk, M. Dondrea. fi- WJ ia-- '33 Y' x .. 'TTM S 1' -, . . ,. 'T' 71.1 1 A X .qzlv . 'gf 'XXX 'r 1 B. Drach, D. Stevenhagen, B. Hamman, C. Shearer, Librarians. aintain Efficiency Row I M. Mahne, J. Manco, J. Ojnik. M. Berus. Row 2: I Miklavcic, M. Sedej, J. Zupancic, A. Schepke. Row 3: A Konte, F. Mlachek, F. Marn, J. Janezic. Row 4: P. Clark. Supervising a quiet place, designed for study and research, the librarians con- tribute vastly to the worth of the high school. Their helpfulness and knowledge are appreciated and respected by every student and faculty member who has occasion to use the library. Caring for our health is the nurse, and caring for our surroundings are the cus- todial and cleaning staffs. Surely every student knows at least a few of these dedi- cated people, and all of us are surely grateful for their services. Helen Wise, R.N. 3:15 ? P 1 A 35 l ,..ii. 3' . . , 1 by . 3 ' --- ' z is x l 9:43, X Nw X . l Arthur Fellows and Jerry Ganser, Custodians. . iz' ' i ,I W w "I 35. s .. . - . , , ,lr gi , Xx - ef A - X' Qt?-l x ki lx! QBI? divx.. - . Nl ' .An- DR. WELLINGTON G. FORDYCE If I were asked to name one institution in America which most exemplilied the traditions of American ideals, the high school would be the one. Education is the cornerstone of American democracy and the high school is an important part of that comerstone. It is uniquely and dis- tinctly American and known throughout the World. Robert L. Holloway Director, Teacher Personnel Robert Holloway f':-'f- 1,61 Nineteen hundred fifty-nine marks the 150th anniversary of our city as an or- ganized community. During this period the schools have grown from the little red school house to the fine modem plants available for the con1munity's children. The growth in physical plant is not its only growth. Over the years there has been developed a line staff of professional teachers doing a.job to preserve the Amer- ican heritage of freedom and equal oppor- tunity for all children. The students in our high school have always carried this high ideal of good citizenship to a proper climax. It is Htting that this year's issue of the Euclidian should be devoted to the place of our high school after a century and a half. My personal congratulations to the staff of the Euclidian and to the student body for their support of all good things for the welfare of their city. Sincerely yours, W. G. Fordyce Superintendent of Schools Meryl R. Baumer You have been graduated from Euclid Senior High, and your school days will bring different memories and thoughts to each of you. You have had a wonderful opportunity to acquire knowledge and to learn skills and attitudes which will be necessary for a useful and productive life. All of these important educational advantages were available to you together with opportunities to make friendships which will last a lifetime. Good luck. May you use the opportunities afforded you. Meryl R. Baumer Director of Research ,W r'.' pi If, P I 'li-abs 'UN 5.-4 Vi 4 XX' Q x . ,llikxyl ' 4 - Y 4- . v I -f f . it 1 . A' HT 12 in - n K V . 2 Hants. 1 R, ,Vial V.. if 'ff' mi i I A " 3' 2 A ,I ' ff - 5 5 - ' . 5 Q' 9 9 ' ' H f 5 ' -2 "' ' :E - , g l- . , . 2 , Q Fi ' "' . . S 1 'n 1 .i 4 i S"'5 i 5? ' .TJ ' :I i' ' 5 3 . -1 V ,. 6 4 I 13 if W , 9 ,.-""' Dr. Lester E. Angene This school year has perhaps been the most exciting and satisfying one for me since the dedication of this high school in 1949. With the opening of the new class- rooms, laboratories, auto shop and social area, according to plans to meet the in- creased enrollment, we have facilities which enable us to offer a comprehensive program second to none. The total school curriculum offers the opportunity for each student to improve, both socially and ac- ademically, to the optimum of his abilities. This year marks the end of the Hrst decade in the history of Euclid Senior High School. Its graduates have already taken responsible positions in the adult World. The present senior class has an aca- demic achievement of which they can be justly proud. Congratulations to the class of 1959 and may your experiences here at Euclid Senior High School be extremely valuable to you in the challenging years ahead. Cliiiord G. Owens Principal Euclid Senior High School- students, faculty, curriculum, equipment, books, building, tra- dition-is a stimulating environ- ment in which to continue grow- ing up. Here you extend and deepen interests, discover your potential, find values and goals to direct your life. You experience good citizenship, value your heritage, learn to resolve conflicts in living. You appreciate rights and dis- cover responsibilities. You de- velop a, background to use in thinking. Here you become con- versant with the leaming tools' full play, preparing yourself for a lifetime of continuing educa- tion. You learn to leam. Lester E. Angene Assistant Superintendent of Schools CLIFFORD G. OWENS 'ffffffff S Y if--1, . in Euclid Senior High School is a good comprehensive high school which pro- vides a variety of educational opportu- nities. Whether your plans are to go on to college or to enter immediately into the world of work, you have had an equal chance to secure the necessary knowledge and skills. You have been limited only by your ability and your desire to learn. I wish the greatest of success for each of you. William A. Hunter Assistant Principal ixx. . 4 gf, 'VY Euclid Senior High School is more than a building of brick, stone, and marble. To the citizens of Euclid it is a monument to their faith and confidence they have in the youth of this community. To the students of the high school it is the source of shared educational experi- ences. To the Seniors who are graduating, your years of schooling will help you meet the challenges of our technical so- ciety-you are to be commended for the Euclidian of 1959. Robert B. Graham Assistant Principal Some students look upon education as a prep- . ,Axfx HARRIET M. SHEATS There are many opportunities at Euclid High for self-expression and development of your par- ticular talents, abilities, and personality. We hope we have helped you lay a foundation for a happy, successful life. Seniors-you are about to leave us. We wish you success and happiness. If you have considered your studies of primary importance, you have gained much knowledge. In addition, you have developed social skills and learned to be of service to others. Best wishes to you and congratulations on the completion of the hrst step of lifels journey. Harriet M. Sheats Dean of Girls Again this year, Euclid schools proved their excellence by winning-for the third time, the Freedom Foundation,s award for all-around ex- cellence of school system. ggi aration for adult life, some students look upon education as an end unto itself, and still others lock upon it as a necessary evil. We hope that the '59 graduating class will remember Euclid Senior High with pleasant memories and will never cease attempting to gain more knowledge. Jerry L. Bergem Dean of Boys JERRY BERGEM S--5 Especially significant as only three systems throughout the country are awarded this honor, it is one more proof ofthe high quality of the Euclid school system. As students we are indeed proud of this award, and feel greatly privileged by being able to have some part in such an excellent system. Learning was the major benefit of our lives at Euclid High this year. Besides individual lessons, which we each harbor as our own personal experiences, we each joined with our respective classes to share in those spe- cial factors which were particular to our own age group. To the Sophomores, this was a year of introduction to high school life, and exposure to all that this vast field includes. To the Juniors, it was a year of finding one's place, experiencing the contentment of not being the youngest students, and the glorious expectations of be- ing Seniors. To the Seniors, it was a year of summing up a twelve-year career, climaxing projects of educa- tion. growth, and service. Being a part of Euclid High, all learned, for truly, " 'Tis education forms the com- mon mindf, CPopej Now the Seniors leaving high school will go on to make use of what they've learned, to carry on their . , . PPLICATIO Nxvnwww '..:'s WW fW'1wHfxmmwsx wx ' ' xx 'v 'ie-w iw il ,- Xl X .XX- XXXX.X 3. .Q - Nmmxxtwmtwwwwxxtxxxtwwmnwmte:swimwg t - .- X . is, ' u zu X X.-A . XX X X XX ..:X. x XX X.XXj.XXX XX X QXWXXQIQSQXXXSIX 1ty'XXX5XfXt,XXt X X ' .- 1: .- WX i .X 'X X N-?f'Xf'm-tl1X.X ' ' I A .,:,XXX,,-Xt ,XXXsX. I 1- X:-XFX -QXX MXN. wi ' "XX W 15153 'XXX-gwjvit X ,X . -X X Jn- , wgXg.XX,LX:. ' X X 'X XXXXXXXXXXXQXXXXXXXX X f XXX X X X .X.,.X .1-X,,.. XX ,t M XXWSXA- W'-A' 1- X' X .. ' X N + ,- Qwhtrxx-QXNQ:it-XXX-wr'1X-in-:i.X:Xt1N-'ut'Xt:-fxX W ' - X--jX A A itil' , XX. XXX X t, X l i i l l i X . l v X l l XX X i. 'Wi-tgw. wnqqatgg Xt .. ,ily X Xxx xi! XX XX X .X XXA The friendship, recreation, and education gained at Euclid High School would be of no value without.proper application. The true test of strength and worth lies in our usage of what we've acquired, and the extent to which we take fair advantage of our benefits. As high school graduates, we will go on to various careersg some will go on to college, others will be married, and still others will go into the armed forces, business, or in- dustry. We all will apply . . . X X Nf't'i5Yl.l5tlp XtuxiwwX1"XwXlxw"3.DStf31.' 'vt 'Wi-W1XWtWllrNtTX!lWl'X' 'MX t it X A X. Nl l Y'l'itXXw1XXwf-X " W tlmtii t'tt sl tl " i ' Wt " W X ll 1 'e Q- Q 1 HV' ff Ei--'llvrgy Ay . W Graduates go on to the college of their choice S Q . f 7-I abilfui 4 V .,.... ,v----, e X ' 'g?""" 4 "' . R ' , 'D , PQI Randy Hurlbert's conferences with Mr. Bergem about college have helped him to decide which college to choose. Graduation exercise completed, the class of 1959 will separate and each stu- dent go his individual way. A large per- centage of the class will go on to further education in colleges over the entire coun- try. There they will apply what was learned in senior high, gaining new ex- periences while doing so. With confidence, Euclid graduates can rest assured that their preparation for higher education was thorough. Individual aid from the deans and counselors, plus career week and its numerous advantages helped to build their desire and confidence, No mat- ter which college each chooses, he will have the inner satisfaction of knowing that he is properly prepared for the new life he is undertaking. ,.........,,.,, t 'Bw 276 Conferences with college representatives have helped many Euclid students. The citizens of the state of Ohio are indeed fortunate in having such a vast and well-organized plan of advanced edu- cation. Their state universities and pri- vately-owned colleges are not blind to the value of the individual's development, yet they offer him the freedom and per- sonal responsibility which are essential to all young adults. From high school to college is a large and important step, but many Euclid students will make it wisely and discreetly. ICO College night was an opportunity to hear speakers from various colleges appl their knowledge and gain more Qt i If' 'y' 5 ' V12-P 'fi ' 31 2 7' 'l 1 f 'Lui " -.. 71 ' " 4 V' - If- I rr VX, . 4 . V VM .- 7- ' Vijay? ,fi V I by K J. .5 V. .. gg. . Y. Y 1 4053- Nw-Vx' , X K I t. .Vx if-A Q . F i , Q Ar ' ' 7 -K '-fffax ..V. - V - Q X ,e,h,f,.-f- 1 g 5' V va f- au-'Lf X .V VV A . 'i'.g w.'?ifs'e-,WV V.,,.:1.V" . .. f 3 f y Vi f VNWVV- ,l - 'fffj,A in i ' ' f 51-.-L,,.af'i1' it -V-f " Xqii' Q' V Ii 'Q ' .Q - .Q v ry .V . V 141-,1 ,V-r,-'.,. V ' .ftp - 4 - . ,.-if , . .V 1, ,f f 1, 4, -. -.fx X -' ,mv .. 1. 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Many of the 59ers will immediately enter the fields of business and industry and will continue their per- sonal growth there. Others will heed the urgent call of our country's Armed Forces to do their part in the complex situation which presently faces our world. Mar- riage will be the profession of many of our young women, for as housewives and mothers they will play a most essential part by maintaining the American home. But no matter what the graduate finds before him after high school, he most cer- tainly will strive to utilize the fine back- ground gained at Euclid Highg he will apply himself as an active, contributing citizen. Armed Forces, Marriage are the careers of others Marriage may be in the future for Euclid High students. 'KISS' fl"7' 1 J gg .n L :zl 5 il' 3 M Besides photographing all senior students, RAIMOR STUDIO has done much for the Euclidian in develop- ing all its pictures. Shown here are Alice Huusare and George Nowacek who are gathering helpful hints from Mr. Bill Rainin about senior pictures. From this experience with photography, these Staff members have gained a valuable experience. gm N: I 5 ff: :5?I:E1i Home Aids . . "It's so nice to have a man I In .- 59' 1 Colnpliments around the house," especially gf the handyman type like Wally Grisard who is picking out tools at WILKE HARDWARE. THE DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of LAKE FURNITURE 855 East 222nd Street REdwood 2-7616 1420 Dillg Rgad "Everything for the Home" Euclid, Ohio "We Meet All Prices" A warm and comfortable home is the ideal of Judy Cipollo who looks over the fuel. from the EUCLID COAL COMPANY, Compliments of that may someday heat her home. EUCLID NEWS JOURNAL ED WANK Television Service Co. Euclid's Oldest TV Service Shop DuMont - Philco - RCA - Motorola All Standard Makes ANTENNA REPAIR and Installation KE. l-1222 378 East 200th St. Compliments WATERWASH HARDWARE KEnmore 1-1956 335 East 200th Street EUCLID 19, OHIO REAL ESTATE Sales - Financing - Building - Notary DOROTHY V. BURGER 81 ASSOCIATES Dorothy V. Burger, Realtor Howard W. Maxwell, Manager 23701 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid 23, Ohio REdwood 2-8383 ful-u ,,-nur-D DeRhonda Elliott and Karen Eddy on a tour of the plant get the inside story on how the bright paints that are used on their homes are made by CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS. EUCLID CITY PLUMBING SERVICE 23745 LAKE SHO.RE BOULEVARD EUCLID 23, OHIO BOULEVARD TV AND RADIO SERVICE 906 EAST 222nd STREET DRIVE-IN AUTO RADIO SERVICE The pride of a home includes its floor coverings which are here being shown to Jim Grant by a salesman at the EUCLID FLOORING COMPANY. .vm ,exp -n .Q n-. ,X-,..,,..-If .xv Phone IVanhoe 1-3300 Building Materials THE K 81 B HOME IMPROVEMENTS 749 E. 185th St. Cleveland, Ohio Carl Bork "mw- , Q Q T 3' I , .W i n A R Swmnmw A iifmw , -1 A A ?' ' ' X 3 W1 V A 'A B E TON l VILL GE W as at SPRINGER ' MANfi'g'E RS i Perhaps marriage is in the future for some of our Euclid students. They are sure to find the perfect suite in either Benton Village, Garden Home Apartments, or Euclid Terrace Apartments, all managed by BATES AND SPRINGER. Compliments of Compliments of VILLAGE HARDWARE CO. WAGNER ELECTRIC CO. 20965 Euclid Ave. 21300 ST. CLAIR AVE. K Q Wendy Millar cooks up a tempting . -Aix L: 11,1-rw! 'fiilt dessert in the kitchen of her com- fortable and modern apartment built by the L. M. GUNDERSON COMPANY. " ' 'E -V " 2 4, , 1 vjlmg tr, Q I p Elf. f fgniih-A... MTWPQC.. ,. . Out of town friends and visiting tourists will find wonderful ac- commodations and equally good service at the GATEWAY MO- TEL, 29815 Euclid Avenue. 'WW 6112535 ST. CLAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 20020 St. Clair Ave. Euclid, Ohio KE. 1-6000 Best Wishes from FOREST CITY MATERIAL CO. C1eveland's Largest Lumberrnan 17903 St. Clair Ave. KEnn1ore l-6600 Compliments of ROESCH PAINT 81 WALLPAPER SUPPLIES 853 East 222nd Street Euclid, Ohio REdW00d 1-3585 - 86 Compliments of F. KRAMER, BUILDER 19931 Edgecliff Drive Compliments of KNUTH GREENHOUSE 21601 Euclid Avenue Congratulations and Sincere Good Wishes PERME'S "Everything for the Home" 720 E. 152nd St. FURNITURE CARPETING APPLIANCES Consult Perme's for decorating and furnishing problems UL. 1-2525 Glass products for the home, such as the window pane being shown to Linda Judice by made by BEACHLAND GLASS COMPANY. If fe B1 xcm mm xxx ig- - ,,- 3 , 1 - , .asf , . we 2 ,emit YJ- i L -L-....... :guru '- xml i vt: lil! lv 'serv' 4 J -L.5.,. s. i"'!'l'::l ' ,, l Lk lrxllxl . -......-. .,- rv-nu lust, ,,, ' ' --Ill. cum-LA.,-. ,L ' Ill ........ A., ' I u - use-if -... ' I'-ll ......W.t-. ' 1 - :gun ........,. , P I v :ning ' 3 u is p, -. , Lsfi. f X. UE. . R . 'F i v P " 5: xiii, V I N- H Juris 3 "fy 'sie--,Q n J f 284 " ' ' ' ' :L :t 5 NSE +3 ,........, - a, Ferko, are 555.--:.-wb-ig ' .-9 51. ii . -ig f . xg 13? S., Q 9:1 . , it it 5 'l De Vanna Real Estate MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE OFFICE 535 East 185th St. KEnmore 1-2227 Euclid 19, 0hi0 KEnmore l-3658 La Salle CLEANERS AND DYERS 835 EAST 185th STREET CLEVELAND 19, OHIO Engagement rings may be in the future for some Euclid girls. Bill Lewin and Joyce Tapp, on a tour of ALVlN'S JEWELERS, look over these rings. For the Finest in Quality jewelry WOLKOV JEWELERS Keepsake and Artcarved Diamond Rings All Nationally Advertised Watches 707 East 185th Street IVanohe 1-4885 STERN'S MEN'S WEAR "Where Your Dollar Buys More" Complete Line of Nationally Advertised, Popularly Priced Men's Apparel Use Our Budget Plan 751 East 185th St. KEnmore l-2640 Open Thurs., Fri., and Sat. Evenings THE FLORENCE SHOP 644 EAST 185th ST Sportswear and Co-Ordinates For juniors dr Misses Sue Anderson enjoys her dry cleaning work at JAY-DEE CLEANERS. 1 A a 1 , 1 - . 285 ' 1 Personal Accessories. .. PRECISION OPTICAL DISPENSING COMPANY 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 ALI. LOCATIONS 286 "Wh Q U' I . NX R 'ar f Q t i 1-,gf ,. : .-5, :,. ,I , L 4 E fe 1 2 ataa 5122 1. a. 1 1, Z' .,,, J 5 5 w . Q ? 1 f 2 gi ff , , I sg N ,S g g 2, Many of our best dressed fellows buy their clothes at RlCK'S MEN'S SHOP, 22672 Lake Shore Blvd. Here are Stanley Morgenstern and Dale McMillin being shown some of the latest men's styles. The owners of FRIEDMAN IEWELERS, 22312 Lake Shore Blvd., extend their courtesies to Euclid High students. Class 2 rings may be purchased here. 87 John Vadnal is planning for his future and his senior year with a suit from GORNIK'S MEN'S WEAR. 'Cf '-I-. ii V it-, A .A . L, Norman Berger is learning about salesmanship techniques at Mary Ann Fedor has learned much about the variety of articles BlLL'S CLOTHES. 22810 Lake Shore Blvd. Ask him about for giflS Of PCFSODHI USC available at MILLER STONE the quality of these suits. JEWELERS. Paul Tyler and Wally Burlingham hope to have a memorable time at the Senior Prom with their dress suits from AMBAS- SADOR DRESS SUIT RENTAL, 1516 Haydn Avenue. Congratulations Seniors MOSS POINT CLEANERS 550 E. 200th St. 21946 Lake Shore Blvd. Choosing clothes for school or college is no problem for Gail Hattendorf, who shops at JOSEPHINE HOSIERY. X, ix ,ff Appearance Keys Your Future Success For the finest styles in sight have your prescription eye- wear prepared by . . . HABEIQACKIEI2 OPTICAL COMPANY BRAE-BURN MEDICAL CENTER 25100 Euclid Avenue REdwood 2-7600 OFFICE HOURS Monday - Thursday - Safurday 9:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday 9:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Wedfzesziay 9:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. ' Prescription Lenses ' Complete Optical Service ' Fashionable Eyewear for the entire family ' Immediate Repair Service ' Contact Lenses 289 im "fig i U ? 'S 'J ,359 Best WVishes MELDEN'S DEPT. STORE 696 East 185th St. Compliments of MODEL FOOD MARKET 445 East 200th St. KE. 1-7447 Barb Urick's interests lie in clothes. Here she is dry cleaning her first article of clothing at TOWN and COUNTRY Props.: Charles 84 Theresa Clements CLEANERS. EUCLID RACE DAIRY has always been a favorite with Euclid's teenagers. Students such as these like to try the many different ice cream combinations available. Perhaps in the future they will be working in a place such as this. X 'lux Wil.: V' '9 'ig 290 I Vw W5 QW,- ff salt wew :Se-fl: if Awww wffwtf bs- 4 A Thanks to one of their friendly employees, Geri Gnidovec will not forget any needed items at SGRO'S ,STOP-N-SHOP, 26588 Lake Shore Blvd. V Compliments of CLOBER DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 24470 Lakeland Boulevard Euclid, Ghio 291 Best In Food F R I E D E L' S DELICATESSEN Mae Mary Agnes Leo RE. 2-7181 843 E. 222nd St. Open 6:30 to 9:30 daily Euclid 23, Ohio DAVIS BAKERY "The Home of Finer Bakin ' Mayfield Sc SOM Center 13904 Cedar Rd, HI. 2-5003 YE. 2-7600 5884 Mayfield Rd. 25891 Euclid Ave Many Euclid students find relaxing times with friends after HI- 2-5000 RE- 1-1205 social events at LAKE SHORE TASTY SHOP. YOU SAVE Compliments of CLARK'S FOOD STORE KOEPPLINGER'S BAKERY, INC. Distributors of Arnold's Bread and Rolls 19400 Nottingham Rd. KEnmore 1-1646 Bakers of Famous Health Bread Genuine Pumpernickel Bread Homemade White Bread Raisin Health Bread Brown and Serve Rolls WHEN YOU SHOP AT STANDARD PAYFAIR FOOD MARKET 854 East 185th St. Phone- IV. 1-5686 tx K . I Qc' N .1 Y' 'sis' was X + runs now semi I Z 8 5 3 9 7 6 BIG 15 si fe 5 A NX if DN 'li ' EENIZF5 1 3, xN"' " f 14' if Y Kathy King plays waitress at KENNY KING'S drive-in v ui, 4- Uv. dl ...ig MARIO'S PIZZA READY IN 20 MINUTES PREPARED AS YOU LIKE 26159 Euclid Avenue ANdrews 1-0665 Compliments of DRENIK BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTING, INC. 23776 Lakeland Blvd. JOHN DRENIK Norma Carpenter enjoys working at the PANTHER DINER where many students spend relaxing times at lunch or aftel school. 4' x , L,-, ...- 293N' e The F. Ziehm Co. Funeral Home 13633 EUCLID AVENUE GLenvi11e 1-5722 HERMAN D. WARNKE HAZEL ZIEHM WVARNKE ALBERT E. LORD BRAE - BURN MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 25100 EUCLID AVENUE WE DELIVER ANYVVHERE IN EUCLID Trammg from high school will help us in our Jobs as illustrated F9 IV 1 1 5977 by me working graduate at CRAIG AND SHERMAN INSUR HEMCYSOH 1'f-55 an we ' - BRICKMAN 81 SONS FUNERAL HOMES 7204-7208 Superior Ave, Cleveland 3, Ohio 21900 Euclid Ave. Euclid 17, Ohio SUBURBAN SECURITIES CO. DEALERS - BROKERS STOCKS - BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS Anton Potokar, Jr. IV. 6-1850 President 732 E. 200th St. IV 1-7600 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED "I'1 CLAIR AVING S a LOAN co 813 E. 185 St. 6235 St. Clair Ave. 25000 Euclid AVe- AN 1-1200 HE 1-5670 Compliments of EUCLID SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 22818 Lake Shore Blvd. Compliments of BOWSHOT, COOPER and O'DONNELL Engineers 19571 Roseland CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS CARL A. .IONKE INSURANCE AGENCY 22700 Shore Center Drive Compliments of DR. ROBERT R. MCGONAGLE 295 YOUR CITY CDFFICIALS To The Graduating Class of l959 Kenneth Sims John F. Ray, jr. Anthony B. Baldwin Michael A. Spino VVillia1n F. Burns Harry Knuth W. A. Schutt Anthony Lang Max Cerl Helge V. Erickson Edward Eckart Frank A. Welling Charles W. Wade Anthony Sustarsic Ernest C. Peters George R. Langa J. Vincent O'Connor Clyde R. Woodmansee Robert B. Henn Walter Nason Mayor Law Director Director of Finance Administrative Director Judge of Municipal Court President of Council Councilman, lst Ward Councilman, 2nd Ward Councilman, 3rd Ward Councilman, 4th Ward Council-At-Large Council-At-Large Council-At-Large Council-At-Large Chief of Police Chief of Fire Dept. City Engineer Building Commissioner Park Superintendent Service Director Compliments of THE GERL EXCAVATING CO. 23600 Lakeland Blvd. Perhaps someday one of these boys who are touring the factory will work at the AMERICAN STAMPING COMPANY. 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 - MULTIGRAPH CORP. 297 Industrial Careers . . BEST w1sH1zs TO THE C 1. t f GRADUATING CLASS OIIIP 1II1Cl'1 S O OF ,,59,, THE EUCLID HEAT TREATING CO. EUCLID MOVING and STORAGE INC. LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE 24600 Hartland Avenue REdwood 1-6633 Euclid 23, Ohio 1408 E. 222nd Street Cleveland 17, Ohio "Engineered Heat Treating" by "TEHCO" IV. 1-8444 - 5 - 6 P. O. McINTYRE COMPANY 25020 Lakeland Blvd. Cleveland 32, Ohio This personal interview with an employee is giving Linda Braund the inside story on the HI-CARB CORPORATION. H ' "e' We THE GEOMETRIC STAMPING COMPANY CA SUBSIDIARY OF REPUBLIC INDUSTRIAL CORPQ llll East 200th Street Euclid, Ohio KEnrnore 1-1473 .IOST TOOL COMPANY Plastic-Molds - Fixtures - Dies 1066 East 222nd St. Euclid 17, Ohio CHESTERFIELD STEEL SERVICE CO. 1220 East 222nd St. Cleveland 17, Ohio The perfect gift for graduation would be an Olympia type- writer like this one from the AMERICAN TYPEWRITER COMPANY. Best Vllislies TARANTINO BROS. INC. 17614 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland l0,, Ohio IVanhoe l-0344 Compliments of MOORE 81 GLASS INC. 25901 Tungsten Rd. THE AUSTIN COMPANY ENGINEERS and BUILDERS BLISS STEEL FABRICATING DIVISION 1245 East 222nd Street Cleveland 17, Ohio 299 IF- Q I!-:lg I.--I I 1' I A I - ll"- I I ' I gl I I Y ,, , 1 I I S I gg ! I 2 I I A 0. -.init Ti A ! sf . . ne - nlmumlmm' ' -1 ,wtf Q :tm A ,fl IIIIIIIIII + it s .J - , -L.!V ., 1 "W ' F' " ' " --M Ife -i12?f1J1,f7f- ,,-I-my ..,. . I pp W wp If - M A FA V aim.-I Fife.. K- nfs-:ws rf' ' W7 TTA A-31'-l7l'l1'5'f9"EfM'L , -A' ,I-Y - H151 ,. I ff -www , Qvffstwt. -1 '1' S , .9-P' ,4-494 55441 'iffy-' 1' X Training in the well-equipped and excellently instructed industrial shops of Euclid High will benefit many a student applying for a job. Work may come in the form of special machine parts at the LAKE SHORE MACHINE COMPANY. CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! 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 Avenue Euclid 17, Ohio KEnmore 1-8380 CHANDLER PRECISION CAPSCREWS produced to your exact specifications from high carbon, alloy and stainless steels. CHANDLER PRODUCTS CORP. 1491 Chardon Road Cleveland 17, Ohio Compliments of NATIONAL CYLINDER GAS IV. 1-5000 1151 E. 222nd Street Euclid 17, Ohio 300 GREAT TO BE THE LEADER Yes, it's great to be the leader in a grow- ing industry. But leadership imposes a responsibility too. A responsibility to de- serve leadership by continuous progress in product development, production fa- cilities, personal relations. 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 bet- ter. The people now working at Lincoln -and those who will join us-will share in this future growth. THE LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY COMPANY The worId's largest manufacturer 21 130 St Clan Ave of arc welding equipment. Cleveland 1' 01110 CLEVELAND 17, oH1o Precision work in the form of casting dies with non ferrous metals, is done by Ray Doyle as he works 111 one of the well equipped departments of PRESSURE CASTINGS INCORPORATED. xx 'N fxfnlga wmq. JP 2 1 k F' J E .1 gn E. W Q jf? F . L1 Y' SERVING INDUSTRY SINCE l932 'Z Over A Quarter Century Of Satisiied Customers New Machinery Used by A. L. BECHTEL at SON 1310 EAST 65 STREET CLEVELAND 3, OHIO Ph ne EXpress 1-8719 Congratulations and Best Wishes From CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS O l I :G:C, OF "59" LEWIS WELDING 81 ENGINEERING CORP. 23000 St. Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio YORK MACHINE TOOL 84 DIE COMPANY 1353 East mst st. Compliments of ACKERMAN PLASTIC MOLDING DIV. 'IS 311 'III COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 723. Selling commercial wire products for RADIX WIRE may be the future job of a Euclid graduate. Compliments of Compliments of HILLWOOD AJAX MANUFACTURING co. MANUFACTURING co. 1441 Chardon Road 21700 St. Clair Bob Balbuze and Carol Tackas watch an employee busy at work in one of the departments of the NON- FERROUS METAL FABRICATING COMPANY. 'H 4 5 'Iii 'fi' , lil,-H V"'r Q! :,, 'X .3 ll i' l Ill 1 M552 95:9-and Euclid graduates may be employed at the FORSBERG ENAMELING COMPANY in the making and selling of fine enamel produets. V iff TAKE A JOB WITH A FUTURE For a good start in your business career become a part of the Curtis family of factory and office employees We are expanding. Our employees operate: Typewriter Verifax Comptometer Dilw Calculating Machine Micmfilm Multilith Dictaphone Addressograph PU1'1Ch Press Bookkeeping Machines Lathe Learn As You Earn Screw Machine Drill Press Milling Machine Boring Mill Shaper Planer CURTIS INDUSTRIES, INC. 1130 East 222nd St. "Euclid's Friendly Firmi' 304 Compliments of ZATKO METAL PRCDDUCTS 20850 St. Clair Avenue Chuck Hocevar shows Anna Crone a built-in oven, one of the products of the LOMBARD CABINETW COMPANY Compliments of The BETHANDALE CORP. 24040 Lakeland Blvd. Best wishes from the NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 23500 Lakeland Blvd. Compliments WEAN EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 22800 Lakeland Boulevard Euclid, Ohio Compliments of GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Lamp Division Lamp Metals Sc Components Department 21800 Tungsten Road Euclid, Oh,io 307 Congratulations to the Class of '59! JET DIE AND DEVELOPMENT CO. 25020 Lakeland Blvd. Cleveland 23, Ohio REdwood 1-3720 PHIL-MAR CCRPORATION f COMPLIMENTS OF CLEVELAND 1100 East 222nd Street Euclid, Ohio METAL CLEANING CORP. 1423 Dille Rd. Euclid 17, Ohio V '--'fm-Q-:rv-Q Neff-'ff' -, ' rf. 'Q - '-fr ' 4 Sam TN "" , O mf-vvff Yrs ' . 15, " ' Q.' 1' L " 'wx W- "' " '- ' ,,,--ffl ',1-'53-fa - - .4 . " A : fl-bg' V -1 ' Jdmwhquxmbi Wfw-gl J -Q A271191 3 V K ., gf-,x . - 4. "f W" . V, ll 0. I , v in ,Jeff my-g'f J 3 A if-5-igfig Ti, -,Ln ' , Ziff! Q S216 WF" rs l 3- 'Egfr 4' XS N' an 13,9- , .wk-vf,, n....f -C if-1 earn 112: a ':. -g -.af One of our future chemists may find himself working in one of the experimental laboratories at LUBRIZOL CORPORATION. T"'T""""!"""1 ,J Q-r-1,1- mslsimx MQ v--L. ,...4. . lf.,..L.,..i..,.YL.. ,MJ-NJ, , V , N +5 5,.,. III, Nl -Alamo - Q,.q e ,f,fi:g4xe-X I il' it Z - -...ww-1 H Q N , ,ef Ac'-eff " ' I A A' x""-- A - -I , Nfl' XR Cx i -.Lf"Q'D' , ,j .4 , .,:,.- "'- 'A - J ' 'L' 'fer ,,f.- , . - d-'-- ep-3, ' ,.f. Y Y - 4 jg' -,V 1-A we ,, ,GL-1 'N - -X . .F -A ,4,--W 3?-S+, . - f- - A 'gina A -4 ie. QQM.. -,A - Y -P A - M' ve - - ' 1 f - ' - ' , Q fm- 'K Y ,Q ' - ' Y' ---- " ' . "' JN. fr' Mx, A young industry in Euclid is the T. J. MURNICK COMPANY where special machine parts are made. Compliments of PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF RUBBER 8 SUPPLY J. J. TURNER mc. 774 East 185th St. l945l Roseland Ave. For Complete Printing Service ACTIVITIES PRESS, INC. 22700 Shore Center Dr. Euclid, Ohio AN. l-1100 COMPLIMENTS OF A. O. HALL MACHINE TOOLS INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT BOUGHT AND SOLD 1362 Shawview Ave. East Cleveland 12 POtomac l-6917 Llberty 1-0191 GOOD LUCK TO THE 1959 GRADUATING CLASS PURO CHEMICALS INC. COMPLETE MAINTENANCE CLEANERS AND JANITOR SUPPLIES 1643 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio PR. 1-0600 PR. 1-0601 From their experiences with cars, Ken Wicks and Bob Wight have learned much about quality They are choosing a 1959 Chevrolet at JACKSHAW CHEVROLET INC 543 E 185 Street lg, Auto Parts - Accessories - Batteries Tires - Tools - Sporting Goods Appliances - Toys - Bicycles - Boats Motors - Mufflers Installed WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 25647 Euclid Ave. Euclid, Ohio , .......f..- -lip Chuck Hocevar knows that good tires are needed to make cars run. He has his repaired at FLICKINGER, INC. A Compliments of EUCLID IGNITION SALES AND SERVICE 1062 East 185th St. WILSON 84 COLTON AMOCO STATION Open 24 Hours 19116 Nottingham Rd. IV. 6-9809 PAPP'S BODY SHOP 21100 St. Clair Ave. IV. 1-4333 Compliments of KEITH WEIGLE MOTORS De Soto Plymouth Dealers 20941 Euclid Ave. Euclid 17, Ohio F, x x fi-S "R , .pgs A r ,sf X Q. 1 ' :l Q g , qlifff' . i 5 g , . .1 i f Y -f f :L ffyz. L -r - 1 W X qi gg X V X Euclid High boys are interested in cars that will give them much service and easy driving. They enjoy examining these cars and dealing with EAST' END NASH. 312 ff an--51 F . . Transportation, Compliments of TRACY'S GARAGE 20401 Euclid Avenue Compliments of EUCLID MOTOR PARTS 81 REBUILDING, INC. 24431 Lakeland Blvd. Working at SOLON DRUG STORE is as pleasant for these boys as shopping here is for these girls. Lucxs TUBADE 3 ld' lout fff'I0l's W? Karen Ress likes to shop at HUDSON PHARMACY because she can find almost anything she needs there. NORTHEAST MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY N-E MEDICAL BUILDING 26151 Euclid Avenue Phone RE. 2-7900 Free Delivery Free Parking Charge Accounts JOHN KAUSEK Phonograph Records Communications HERB FITZGERALD STUDIOS 635 E. 185th St. IV. I-1797 KE- 1-1313 Radio Sc TV Repair, Phonograph Repair 762 E. 185th St. Cleveland 19, Ohio Because she loves the water. Kay Crobaugh Ends much satis- faction with a boat from WILDWOOD MARINE CO. Perhaps headed for music careers, Joyce Burns and Kathy Horrocks enjoy listening to records at RECORD CARNIVAL. .f Ipnlpr .pf , 1,41-,IL ., NXNN S Q Iwi' Q!! !!lfi PROSPERINAS Y-TEENS HF" CERESES Y-TEENS 1959 PATRONS E. B. Berry Ye Mrs. F. E. Berthold K Mrs. Cerold B. Breuer Sc Mrs. Louis D. Chapin Don A. Crawford William Donaldy Sc Mrs. jess H. Fein T. P. Herrick .Se Mrs. M. G. Hill . Myron F. Kanter . Max L. Kirk Dr. S.: Mrs. S. H. Maklnan Sc Mrs. Joseph O'Donnell George C. Poore William Renner G. B. Richardson Dr. Sc Mrs. VV. W. Tuckerman Dr. K Mrs. Claud D. YValtz Dr. 84 Mrs. Robert C. W'altz Dr. 8: Mrs. L. Whitaker Dr. H. YV. YVilson Dr. Harry W. Wise Dr. Mfoodworth Dr. Sc Mrs. Filuiore Schiller 315 The RHYTHM KINGS, con- sisting of Joe Chiarelli, Gene Serca, Dale Douglass, Bob Ott, and Rich Kuhar are widely known throughout Euclid as one of the best professional bands available. For Your Bowling Pleasure Ambassador Downtown Lanes 1500 Superior Avenue MAin l-1306 Inside Parking In Same Building We Cater To Family Open Bowling Parties 36 Automatic Brunswick Lanes with Subway Ball Returns Good Food Pleasant Surroundings TRY US NEXT TIME YOU BOWL 316 Beauty Aids . . School rganizations . . NEW SOUND RECORD SHOP Sales Sc Service Hi Fi Tapes 21900 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid, Ohio Compliments of HELEN DUNN BEAUTY SALON Torn 8: Audrey Miller AN. 12336 766 East 222I'1C1 St. CONIPLIKIENTS OF 1 ROLLERDROME BARBER SHOP 22480 Shore Center Drive ANdrews 1-1025 SENIOR HOMEROOM 308 COMPLIMENTS OF ALAN BEAUTY SALON NORTHEAST COMMUNITY BEAUTY CENTER 629 E. 185th St. Euclid 19, Ohio N0 Appointment Necessary MlLLER'S BEAUTY SALON 22480 Shore Center Drive REdwood 1-9358 Audrey Wiles loves pretly things. so she loves working at BIG BOUQUET FLOWER and GIFT SHOPPE, 480 E. 200. .. I E JH ll I' C omplimenfs of HQMEROCM 321 I - THE EUCLID If RX X Key Club EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE 1959 GRADUATING E CLASS OF EUCLID HIGH SCHGOL 318 Q-,, pgs, . ' . UUQS SENIOR HOMEROOM 323 has contributed to E. H. S.: 2522, membership in National Honor Society 1958 Homecoming Queen Three EUCLIDIAN Staff Members Two SURVEY Staff'Members One Panther of the lVeek President of the Cereses Y-Teen Student Director of the Swim Show Senior Soloist in the Swim Show One Varsity Cheerleader Leader of the winning "Band of Tomorrow" Three Band Members Member in National Athletic Scholarship Society Four Lettermen Book Cover Contest Winner One P. A. Announcer Two Big Show Cast Members Three Class Assembly Members Manager on Room Board of Managers Student Delegate to United Nations Building Honorable Mention in H.R. Xmas Decorations Buy the way, you've made this past year our best one yet fj -. . L WZ? ' G-G' P . 'gg- L i ll J HOMEROOM 1' T HOMEROOM H6 H b HOMEROOM 118 -I' fa COMPLIMENTS OF ARTEMIS Y-TEEN President , Barbara Evans Vice-President Judith Coleman Secretary Betsy Laurin Treasurer Jeanie Barnes Chaplain Karen Raasch Parlianientarian Linda Hlellington Advisor Miss jane Laurin VENUS Y-TEEN President Pat Siciliano Vice-President Mary Ann Mullin Secretary june Kovach Treasurer Elaine Knoch Advisor Mrs. D. Siciliano THALIA Y-TEEN President Debbie Peek Vice-President Gail David Secretary jane Schwegler Treasurer Ann Freed Chaplain Bonnie Shrewsbury Advisor Miss Guest What is Euclid High School? We've answered this question through the preceding pages, and we hold our presentation to be a true picture of what our school actually is. It is friendships, liv- ing companionships with fellow studentsg it is recreation, development of our bodies, emotions, and even our minds in a unique way. It is education, m05t important, of the classroom, but also emailing many other phases which even drift into the intangibles. And finally. it is an introduc- tion to our application of the previous three elements to our every day lives as high school grad- uates. Some of us excelled in one field, others of us in another. but this accomplished the perfect balance which we will find to be the pattern of society in our future existence. Not everyone can be valedietorian, football captain, or class president, but this is as it was meant to be. -.-.....,,, ss llilfllilllllit. Q7 l l l l lll ei mga, i'i' ' if i i 1 A i . Q 4, slip r I , i g - 1,1 illii ' I if if 'V x """9U'UP'f',vy - l .QQ l - - www' Q Y-,s gms v t i f 4 t ll 'E g l gg tl l1f1in3 M? ll ll l l ll fglllllllill y a 54 4323 441 4 4 44 us has his place, and our high school played a vital part in revealing it to us. Through its carc- fully planned programs in practically every imaginable field, we students had the opportunity to seek out our interests and consequently prove to ourselves and to others the intensity of this interest and ability. Limitations were wise and few, for our administrators were broad-minded in seeing that there certainly always is room for improvement, and so this became their path of endeavor. All of E.H.S. worked diligently and sincerely toward the goal of a near perfect high school, and with ten years behind it and one-hundred and fifty years behind its city, will continue to do so. For us as students during 1958-59, Euclid Senior High was a lesson in life, and this is true education, in its ripest and richest form. EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF Nancy Beran Charlotte Harris Carolyn Kubala Sally Schweizer Gail David Wendy Millar David Weiss Robert Goble Dick Wilson Alice Huusare Karen Beutell Cherry Sweeder Karen Linsz Diane Weiss Editor in Chief Assistant Copy Editor Assistant Assistant Picture Editor Assistant Assistant Mounting Editor Assistant Art Editor Underclass Editor Staff Editor Social Editor This year the Euclidiczn was one thingg a major edu- cational process centered on technical advancement. The goal in the minds of all was a better yearbook for Euclid High, better in creation, construction, and pro- duction. The most integral part of the 1959 Euclidian was my staff, both as a group and as individuals. With- out their unselfish devotion and wise insight, the difii- culties we faced would not have been overcome, my shortcomings as an Editor-in-Chief would not have been outweighed, and our yearbook would not be in the reader's hands now. Although our job centered on the creation and par- tial production of this book, many other duties involv- ing a number of other dedicated individuals were ful- filled outside our immediate staff. Our first steps toward success could not have been taken without the contin- ual aid of our Assistant Principal, Mr. Bruce Graham and our Deans, Mr. Jerry Bergem and Mrs. Harriet Sheats. Their assistance was willingly given and most vital to our work as students. Interest and concern was evident also in our Principal, Mr. Clifford Owens, as it was in our Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Wellington G. Fordyce who was very co-operative and helpful at all times. Much credit and gratitude is extended to Rai- mor Studios for their sincere efforts to do all in their power so that Euclid High School could have a year- book of which to be proud. Their experienced advice and assistance with our pictures oftentimes saved a great amount of trouble and worry, and for this we thank Mr. M. Levine, Mr. Wm. Rainin, and Mr. J. Gon- gos. Picture trouble occasionally arose on the spur of the moment, but we always had the assurance that we could turn to Mr. Donald Rinkes and the Camera This book printed by VELVATONE. a special process of litho- EFBPNC Printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method. EUCLIDIA N BUSINESS STAFF Karen Raasch Business Manager Carolyn MacDougall Circulation Manager Fritz Poese Assistant Tim Bauer Assistant Rita Fulton Ad Manager Jack Ryba Assistant Bill Gorse Assistant Nancy Kellas Concessions Manager Lina Bartholomew Artist Florentine Greenway Secretary Dorothy Hitty Treasurer Club for immediate help. Of course we were continu- ally grateful for the time and assistance of our corres- pondent, Mr. George P. Scott, from the Wm. J. Keller Inc., printers of our book, and Mr. David Mack repre- senting the Mueller Art Cover Company. Admiration is also extended to Mr. James McCampbell for his de- sire in his sponsorship of the editorial staff. It was the combination of all these efforts which promised the completion of a fine Euclidian. Entering much more into the actual production of the book than the staffs of previous years, the 1959 Business Staff, headed by Karen Raasch, Manager, worked diligently and often without recognition so that our financial condition was satisfactory. Excellent guid- ance came from their sponsor, Mr. Clayton George, who created a line spirit which was evident within each staff member. Salesmanship and tact on the part of this group boosted our subscription drive plus our student interest to an all-time high. My deepest thanks to all the above mentioned peo- ple plus all others who contributed to our book in any way, and my hopes that the experiences of Euclidian work were beneficial and lasting. The 1959 Yearbook is exemplary of the physical efforts of many people and our hopes as a staff are that it fulfills it's one main purpose: to stand as a symbol of the 1959 school year, its joys, its sorrows, its victories and its defeats, and to act as a constant reminder of lessons learned and ex- periences gained. May our book be a witness of life at Euclid Senior High School as it really is. Very sincerely, Nancy Beran Editor-in-Chief 1 5' l!"'kf""'Wf,1"P' V. ifiiu' 'MV' 'if 'g"'r'f HHS' UWT fn- Q :fi-,T Lfivvgw Qi f W4-.Qsfyf f9.-Lfgyiff.-fs 1'- . ' -. -ja-.1 .P ...I -' gun ,,l7f.44 ry, AF: fl. 1 -nv . " AMI. V.. Y, 5 -,uglf-.HQ 'fQ,llX,sQ...v,!1sb"l-N H s.""- , ' THLJ'-",'5Q:r41t' , ' ,K ,..7u,g!,v 5' 8. y.n5l5.r.'Il. .. -A'-'.'.f1.-.n,f-1 ' , 3 ' "' 'rf yr' - '. --.-.- -M .'h I J,-:Kg-..'lTg,1..'.2f:,,-.,'.2uf:,ln, 1,1 :QS X .'.x,. .xx - Xlgfbf .. I nn' J. Q? ' - . l., "N x' . l 11 1 . . ,.y.,J - x . f V' u W-, . 1 war. A . V Y , r n . , ' M, Nw..-Ulf? i. -NI. ,.,- . 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I, '.,,1'-A, fx,.i'.1 .a-1 x- 9 :'?.f1-Nfl ',Ql.,:ilgMA :E2Q'jk'.',"h fx iq 'QY.2vI4-E1:ki"h..'11.- .-X-17" -'Vin' ' .5.."f"SLf' i P ' -'ws .:"I I fe .V 'M 'QA'-'. Na'-'X ' .qw .,,,.".' ,Q yen K-if: il, ' 1 '4vfe.a--.nl-'Hf,1.,f"Jff-L3 ff' Y N nl, H K' THE 1959 E U CLIDIAN SUPPLEMENT v N- 2? ' 9 L 71,6 . :ffl HE 1959 EUCLIDIAN TABLE OF CONTENTS RECREATION .... . 2 LEARNING 16 APPLICATION 20 EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHCOL 7II East 222 Street Euclid 23, Ohio 1 Though the termination of the 1959 school year approached. nevertheless ac- tivities at Euclid ceased to slacken. but rather increased in number and impor- tance. Now, more than at any other time throughout the year, friendships. recre- ation, and learning grew to reach a high pitch as anticipation of the conclusion of the year rose. For the Seniors especially. there was a unique realization of what awaited them. Underclassmen were equal- ly anxious for the future, and so all three classes worked closely and earnestly to make the last few weeks together the very best. We continued our active life at Eu- clid High . . . RECREATIO Our ladies proved that good cheer knows no age limit! Looks like someone could use some coaching! Serves you right! I ALL-sci-loot PARTY Cameras iiashed as photogra- phers from various organizations obtained pictures of the fun-filled activities available at the annual All School Party. Dancing was held in the E-Room while the gym and pool were open for par- ticipation in sports. For those who enjoy a less strenuous form of entertainment a movie was shown in the auditorium. All E.H.S. students appreciated this opportunity to forget their iden- tity as individual class members and to unite as one student body for a night of fun. 2 Q FAT PANTHER GAME Cries of "Come on Daugherty, put it in!" re- sounded from the gym as the Fat Panthers, our facul- ty netters, prepared to take on their opponents in their a n n u a 1 basketball game. Led on by the cheering stu- dent body and the excellent. if somewhat rusty cheer- leaders, this year's Fat Pan- thers again upset the Vast Vikings of St. Josephs. FRIENDSHIP FORMAL It was a winter wonder- land outside, but glowing warmth Filled the E-Room as happy couples danced. talked, and gazed dreamily into the fire. The Friend- ship Formal was an isle of loveliness with South Pacific enchantment inspired by the effective music of Harry Hershey's Band. Live. love. laugh and be happy. Parties, Dances, Games For Fun SPRING SPORTS DANCE A warm and wonderful evening can best describe the Spring Sports Dance of 1959. After dancing for a few hours, the fun was climaxed by the crowning of the King and Queen and the honoring of their court Queen Kay reigned in beauty. 1. , W . zu. it -V 7,56 ,wk 1 -, ff, , fi 4 .1 ..:-. Dancing to music supreme. A545 'Qu ,f"' Xa' -'05 YF-ww Second Senior Attendant. Joanne Koeth Junior Attendant. Judy Browning NQQM f First Senior Attendant. Nancy Link Sophomore Attendant. June Allen . C1 A-r D Z"" if kv. uf 1 , A pw lovely Spring Sports Queen, chgrming Kay Crobaugh "But fellas. I Can't swim!" 1959 SWIM SHOW Hard benches and heat were soon forgotten as Wai Napolo proudly presented Lullabye of Broadway, one of the most spectacular water shows Euclid has ever seen. Enthusiastic crowds were on hand each of the three nights to watch the expert swimmers perform routines in brightly colored costumes. Miss Urchek and Long hours of careful preparation to attain perfection. "I tell you. I really can't sw. . Mr. Donaldson, hard-working sponsors of the Swim Club were rewarded for their efforts by gifts and an un- expected dip in the pool. Joni Holzmer, Student Di- rector. highlighted the evening's entertainment as Senior soloist. With her graceful interpretation of September Song, she brought the performance to a beautiful conclusion. Joni Holzmer. lovely Senior Soloist and competent Student Director. it? l -in I 'I959 BIG SHOW Hushed whispers of "Act ll on stage" and "Don't forget that pink spot" said in voices filled with rushed excitement dem- onstrated the goal of perfection being sought by the cast and crew of the annual Big Show. Sam Taylor and Dale Harper. Directors, were well aware that the results of their efforts of the past weeks were about to be tested for the first time. The last button had been sewn on, the make- up crew had done its job, and every excited student and teacher connected with this production went onstage and made the Big Show of 1959 the most spectacular one yet. -ag The Big Show cast was all in step. The Girl's Quartet was on key as usual. SENIOR PROM The epitome of Euclid's social func- tions-the Senior Prom-was finally upon us, and the thrill was deep and stirring. The theme. the decorations, and the planned program were perfect. and prom- ised a wonderful night that would certain- ly be slow to be forgotten. A unique sense of pride was experienced by all attendingg pride in being a student of such a fine school. for few others are fortunate enough to have function of this propor- tion. Dancing, the breakfast, movies, the picnic, plus countless home pictures added to the excitement of simply attending with a certain someone who seemed to assure a wonderful time. Completely exhausted after this week-end, couples departed to live over through memory the grandest affair of a high school career. A glorious evening began as soon as couples entered the E-ROOM . . "mi .Q :fb-i-51' 5 139 U K L5,,,5,: 5-My A ,+.. "T fiwixt ' ff Q fa: ' .i f A s I I ...V E- iff. w -- 'vars .H ' 5 "W fm .lv 15-2 Q xl -if-1 .-2. . N ' i gi S I :ffm 3 . Q' Q . -7 Q, v ' pl u 5 ' 7, -X. Mmm 1 , Y Q Fw: ,, X ii ? ,.., 'A "'-. 'WK' Q2 rf if .Ng V GHZ? x 3 if as , We , .'6'a l be 51 , W -'t iilyl ' Off: wk 2 Q 4 .,.r, 'fEm'P1"ip', YZ' f .vfs 0 , - Q- X I 4 - 1 . e- s 1 - . , Wm., - . . Rfk 'g'h,-'fri . fs - X' ' 'Xxx . X 5 I J-'S-i .4 "K ,aaa w, H A ei. 9 :J qgjii 3 M' '1:"n i J ' x A Q ' X 0 "I ' A , ,ai ' Q ht l Looks like Slenderella gets another customer! There were stars in many eyes this night. JUNIOR PROM. Couples gathered in the patio to watch Euclid's own Old , The sound of music came lazily from the E-Room to Faithful. add to the mystic enchantment of the hazy evening air. After weeks of planning and anticipation, the night of the Junior Prom had finally arrived. Dreamy-eyed cou- ples danced on a stairway to the stars, their thoughts on the beauty of the moment at hand. The tired feet gang, , , , - e5f.-,7-l Ron I Thomas A. Tomle. Ron 7 A Ixuthe D Ddus W BllfllHLhil'l1 Mr Tenms, Golf Teams Set Records 1 Q I x li , I '29 , N.. .V-X.,-N,-e 4 Q Q, , W 4 f wg ,, v' X "' 4' If q.: YJ., E 4 f. RA!" X ...' Ref' ', A ' Au 3 4 Y bv gb ld ff! KN A 4 if Gary Bohn Tim Burger Dave Carpenter Jerry Dicuccio , ' -' - ' A , 1 i 1, :VY .WA ., .1 gr Sill, Mgt!! , i M YV Efubc i r . y Y ' E 4' X . xr . ' A F v it -ii i ' ' Y f I I ii . I 4 , K rm 1 LA Tom French Stan Morgamtern Bill'Palmer Wayne Rositano Euclid Nine Brings Home Honors hr-M If ,. .. W . if EnNPfifl EH Elie 'da ' Dennis Turkall Mike Vafhola Ken Wunderslaben Ken WiCk5 A 4 Lifina nk ' V 4 gg fl, I ,T www U J . if . - Ijvlx ' ' Q-ku 'Z .' . Jfx-ol -I ., ' . 3 V .f .rw v .'A..,,q.. Y . -45' ,- .L-' .'Q" :M Z' lug: Q ...M '. ."' ', , Ag., ,fx :Eff Q9 1-. . 4.a1+4i,..ffi.Q,.-4, 2-2--If-ij ,, fPm.:..-422 lg- ,f' 'J . S - I ' vb X 'QW' -'5-I"'h'u -if ....4E?gA -t. , Q VN., . iw... , X, ..-y ,, 'vw - , , 3 --0' ., .-5, it -' S.: , , . -i,..-. -wi -.X 'gs Izmir.. r'f5.,',M -'Rf M... ',.1- - - s - H' 1v:g,,.,f,."", , ' V '.' 'nr' ni' ' lx . ,' Captain. Dennis Turkall. . . Q -QP 4 X tk! Xff X .Q '7 5 Q 1-3 r Row 1: M. I-lodnick. T. French. D. Turl-tall T Gortz W Rositino lx Wicks R Batt Ron 7 Mr Hairnes S. Morganstern. D. Carpenter. D. Griffen. D Graafmewer I Hudec J Thomas M Nelson Rim 3 J Tekavic. D. Hyne, D. McLeod. G. Bohn, M Varhola lx Wnnderslihen J Burtos Run 4 D Sprochi D Mushinko. T. Burger. D. Stevenson. J. Dicuccio L ithneider BASEBALL TEAM 'LOut!" was a cry seldom heard by Euclid's baseball team this year as the men swung into an action-packed season filled with thrills and success. More stu- dents backing was evident this year as the entire student body went to bat for our team in hopes of a victorious season. As always, the fellas turned in a fine record of baseball achievement. A few Panthers take a quick breather while others watch the action intentlv F' in Y ,fl J. 4 L, , , -2.2 f Q. of if lf B T3 ., ' 4 -- " W -" ' 'f' ' . N 1.3 1 ' wav-?1 . . g,.'- -- fig - 5:35 i ' l, ' - Q? , , - i i av. I - n L John Bell Tom Constantine Dennis Donahue Donald Gram , 39 6 A, . I W 1 ' 1.1! ' .Aw ' S, ' i KB ,.M-- ' 4' " qw '1' -Q r '58 'A '5ffl"A'EY?5 . A N ...V it 5-tliswfjgsa Q4 , P Q J 'A I , V , 2 .X ,E I L. 4, Dick Hunter 1-flifgif 3 If, , 7' . 'L ' ' V I-at -f 'ht D. ,ff B ' M1 . -r ag 3- 9 , .5 H b T i ft 'X . t ,M 1 4, , . ,- f: 1- . - 4, B , V '- I P- "Fil I ,V A ,.-9, . M A 2. E .D . B w wot, . w-' -"-T ,. " ,J A Q ' ' f X 'wx ,' F ' . I , - f, :1,,.. 1, ,Qrg:,,,3j:: bl,5,T.!il1:!i , fi 32-'f f--1-ff:fpif"fffm,. :ty.'f-1-mwets . ,mu L Win Unusual strength and control is nec- N e essary to muster thc shot put. X.I:",f - 1 Bill Nebe Bob 52105211 Ron Soedvf Bill Tilk Ron Watson 239. u P 7' i B5 ' ' R S' ' 9- ' ' ' 'a v if Q J E ' 9 ' 3 , I ax - ' ' " M K N W .. .ry ' ,- .- 'v in i ' .X R H 1 l s 4 ' ' 14 Captain. Dennis Donahue. N iz-:Qi Another Euclid athlete beats the clock. TRACK TEAM Always on the right track, Euclid's pacers had a season -. ked with amazin feats of ac- PHC 8 complishment. Record after rec- NL-. ord was smashed as our men ran up new times and new champion- ships. Composed of exceptionally talented individuals, the team worked well together for the good of Euclid's entire squad. Few stu- dents will ever forget the sports award assembly and the surprise of the numerous trophies which our school proudly claimed. The Coach and his crew should indeed be honored for this winning sea- son which will be tough to beat. x The high jump requires skill and agility Track Paces to District, State Row I: E. O'Saben. H. Manheim. B. Tilk. B. Saniga. D. Donahue. R. Hunter. R. Watson. T. Constantine. B. Lewin, B. Nebe. Row 2: B. Markley. K. Kalinowski. T. Dolan. D. Jones. T. Baker. D. Carlson. D. Urquart. T. Knaus. E. Francis. Row 3: P. Jackson. J. Struna. B. Hunt. T. Sabula. K. Zust. J. Perz. J. Grant. R. Francis. RQHL4: B. Rischer. B. Knox. T. Lucci. D. Chas.. D. Delsanter. D. Geddes. K. Malchow. F. Parker. J .... . .. ..... .. ,,,,, , . - . - "" E "f " " " '5'f4 '?" "Tf5 ,.,,, .,1.g -.,.......,...,.......s.,,M........................: -s 'h-'----- - -'--- --v.- -WF vi-'mlm ' - ,. 2 '-'eVf- . '-N. - i..-..7,-.- -I ,Q 'jj 1 n- ,' . 4 A- Y' 'Y' L -1 SZ. .Hug 1 - , r LSE- . :,.,,1L.g Q f wivg. .. ' ....+... Quart .F . ff , . 0 , .4 U land M L ,, " 'Au "- . q ,,,..,e v ., ....... au' ww, I ,M t.,a ,H . i ffh, ,...,3 D P . . il 4, lf- ,. ,. 'iw -1 A il tQs".f "- ' ' I . ' ' 1-f -.- J " ' o . -tw --'A - ,.. ' v . " i , . --xg 'SQ R -- QCD, ,L Uno. T.,-' , .,,,. 'Q ' Qiiwii X 53 W" ' -1 M il? "- few 'F 81' 'F " Na... , N 4 iii! Emi, A wwe .Ay :J Ps, X is L 5 eg.. ' 5 X f L 5 .' ,X k I 15 LE NING The distinction of being named Panther of the Week is an honor which denotes deep pride on the part ol' the recipient. This coveted award is pre- sented only to a select few who have been excep- tionally outstanding in the contributions of time and service to Euclid High. A small reward for ellort. the Panther is a signilicant symbol to the entire student body and a priceless treasure to each person who is fortunate enough to be thus honored and thanked. Many homes boast this shiny ceramic figure with its bright gold lettering and they do so with pride. Second only to the Panther is the Cub of the Month which is present- ed according to similar standards to an outstand- ing Sophomore. Both awards are a constant re- minder of the unseltish ellorts of many fine stu- dents. pf. 1 t I , V - - . Y Y . , . . .t ff ...t . ff!-Q-, - J ' Q' 'E 'Lx tt E 2 'Qi 5.121 R. . 'yffv 1 pa' a Q' 'T Ai L' ? 4 f' "'--I--A 554 ww - ' Q X i ,KX 5,54 N N -:N - - 4 - , f Wt' T X 1 . ., .f . - . y ' 1jiE.g:i:'4zlf .. ., .- . -tm ,,. N , Dan Stevenson. Penny Tinker. Pat Jackson. CUBS OF THE MONTH Knowledge and Honor Reign ......--....-.........s .,.... ...-W., 5.41 .sly FL its -Q. PANTHERS OF THE WEEK RUN' lr J. Eisman, D. Scho nauer, J. Becker. Row 2, C Schroeder. R. Fulton, K, Ste vens. J. Zevnik. Row 35 N, Link M. Barcalow, N. Kellas. D Elliott. Row 4: R. Hurlburt, G Goldlust, R. Wilson. T. Bauer, Sf-4 : S, . f' A career in the Armed Forces was brought to the attention of is ' L A many young ladies. CAREER WEEK Few schools have the distinct privilege of en- joying the fine advantages contained in a program such as EucIid's Career Week. Grateful students are indebted to the Deans for their planning of this annual function which is very valuable to each of them in their search for a lifetime vocation. Career week proved informative to all students. SENIOR N.H.S. A gold N.H.S. pin has the same meaning to the proud student who receives one as a school letter has to an athlete. It stands as a symbol of hard work and of the pride of acceptance into this National Honorary Society. Row I: J. Brundic. K. Horrocks, J. Sajevic. D. Mika. D. Rossow. S. Schweizer, L. Petrick. S. Rossoll. M. Smith. J. Lindhlade, L. Bartholomew. Ron' 2: C. Guth. M. Nowacek, J. Southworth. M. Southworth. S. Pierce, K. Linsz. A. Freed. S. Anderson. J. Usalis. Rau' 3: K, Schoenbeck. R. Grum. D. Hitty. J. Presby, P. Proudfoot. L. Demmerle. M. Grimm. C. Kubala. J. Klosky. M. Person. R. Spies, A. Levy. Row 4: T. Bauer. G. Goldlust. M. Podphnikar. D. Weiss. F. Poese. K. Davis. D. Dragolic. W. Gorse. D. Smith. J. Plaggemeir. M. Bernstein. B. Chilcote. J. Eisman. G. Baxter. . 3 qi lj 1 .7 I w 1 . ls? .Sil'llflIALf.' F. Poese. S. Blau. J. Klosky, D. Waltermire. C. Allbery. P. Weir. C. Pierce. Row I: L. Saks. W. Custard. C. Crum. J. Reihl. K. Ress. J. Odda. J. Tapp. R. Humphrey. C. Crennel. J. Young, Mr. Jenkins. Director. M. Bell. G. Goldlust. R. Fulton. G. Nowacek. D. Dreifort. J. Struna. C. Schlegel, G. Mausser, J. Lanese. B. Koch. D. Smith. Row 2: J. Kenyon. C. Yaichner. Euclid's a -sr-sf mu- s :Q -annul istical traits become obvious. PLAYNIGHT Under the direction of Mr. Jack Jenkins, The Torch- lwearers, The Girl Who Lost Her Shadow, and the un- usual Aztec scene combined comedy. symbolic drama, and ritualistic dancing to present a most unique show for this year's Playnight. SPRING PLAY Rebel Without a Cause, the stirring story of a young man's search for himself was chosen by Director Leon- ard Roebuck to be this ycar's Spring Play. The very different and effective use of spotlights in scene changes added to the mood of the play and to the iine perform- ances of a well chosen cast. Row 1: J. Kreit. K. Burns, M. Smith, J. Oda, L. Saks. Row 2. C. Neylon, C. Pierce, C. 'Crennell, S. Redfern, J. Lanese. D Smith. Row 3: J. Solanics. C. Lash. N. D'Aloisio. N. Lauter. K. Davis, N. Charske. 18 41: l ra 1 aiuinnu -'arm-sz:-.vena "1 i Q. -Q,--L Curt Freed. Treasurer: Penny Tinker. Secretary: George Nowacek. Vice President: Dennis Bathory. President. No beating aound the bush for these cam- paigners who weren't content to pipe down. STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS V iHEFLtli0f Bands parading through the halls, signs over every drinking fountain, vigorous campaigners passing out free pencils, bubble gum, book covers and other articles were all a part of student life for several days at Euclid High. This was the week of the Student Council elections, with nominees and 'WJ their untiring campaign committees striving to turn out endless numbers of signs and posters. Along with the fun came the realization that with the linal balloting. students would be choosing the next leaders of the governing body of their stu- dent life. loltlt Wlllfll ll UNE YATKW Richard Skiljan proudly took the oath as Mayor for a "Aisle walk for Futuritesl' dal' ff0m Mayor Sims. STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY Energetic campaigning. surprises, and unusual re- sults characterized Euclicl's 1959 Student Government Day elections. In addition to the Futurites and Forty- niners, the accepted parties for many years. a new party called Political Justice en- tered the contest and cap- tured the voters' interest. Richard Skiljan. Political Justice candidate for Mayor very adequately filled the post aided by one Forty- niner and seven Futurite officials g P j .... , i g . i Wiper.. t"t ':'t T. lai.Elf.H i i t APPLICATIO Plenty of good cheer in the Senior men! SENIOR BANQUET "We are the Seniors, and we are fine, we are the class of '59" was the cry that echoed from the Charter House one rainy spring evening. The Sen- ior Banquet officially opened the festivities for Euclid's graduating class. After a'-luscious dinner followed by dancing and the reading of the class poem, thc Seniors headed for various parties and continued celebrating throughout the night. 562 bleary-eyed students struggled to classes the fol- lowing day-tired, but happy with the realization of all the glorious moments which awaited them as 1959 Seniors. BACCALAUREATE The religious aspects of graduation were present and ippreciated. Master of Ceremonies, Jerry Eisman. welcomed students and guests to the Banquet. Solemn faces depict seriousness of Baccalaureate. xg, 4 "Ya Now we were one step outside the door. Randy Hurlburt, Valedictorian of l959 has been an active member of the Euclid student body since his junior year, having attended Glenbrook High prior to his ca- reer here. He has maintained his straight A average, worked tirelessly on the Stu- dent Council Executive Boardg and has served as an editor of the Eucuyo, treas- urer of the Spirits Club, and trumpetist in the Band, besides working as co-chair- man of the United Appeal Drive. During the fall season, Randy spent much of his time playing with the tennis team. and his participation later on with the swimming team earned him membership in the Let- terman's Club. He also has the honor of being the only Junior in Euclid's history to be a member of the National Honor Society because of induction in his Soph- omore year. A National Merit finalist, he has received a scholarship to Princeton where he plans to study either engineering or physics. RANDALL HURLBURT VALEDICTORIAN The Height of Achievement SALUTATORIAN CAROL CRUM . Tx . As Salutatorian of the Class of l959, Carol Crum has displayed leadership and personality as well as intelligence. En- rolled in a variety of activities, she has managed to be one of the busiest students at Euclid High, while still maintaining her exceptionally high scholastic average. Her interests being many and varied, she has been an active member of Thespians, the P.A. Club, the National Forensic League, the Future Teachers of America, and treasurer of the Swim Club. Because of her school spirit and achievement, Carol was also selected as a member of the Nat- ional Honor Society and the Spirits Club. As a result of her superior academic work, Carol, a finalist in the National Merit tests, has received scholarships amounting to 553,850 With a diplomatic career in mind, Carol will continue her education at Oberlin College where she intends to major in languages. I' In sr" 'rJl'2IJ,'?1 1' fi' PX SGI . sl . il , rl 11 -A ., , , , '7"gEl3!l3jw fl jfpipkimtfyl '11 "u 5' Iii" rg' f" '21 '44 ibx:?5..f7f'Fi -3L41:"4f'f' le vi if' ii-. 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Fordyce Tragedy lived in the hearts and minds of many people this Spring, for the death of Dr. Fordyce was a deep shock to all. lt is often thought that students are un- aware of the functions of the administrative body of our educational system, and yet nothing could be further from the truth. The students feel a concern for this program and it's directors, and because of this we were in full realization of the loss suffered through the death of this great educator. It is easy to recognize the contributions of Dr. For- dyce, and we will always be grateful for his efforts and accomplishments. But yet our attraction to and admi- ration of this man was not and is not limited to this lone factor. Dr. Fordyce was highly respected among the stu- dent body in a manner which was quite personal to many individuals. His avid interest in us was not simply in our curriculum and activities, but expanded to include our welfare as citizens and as individuals. His efforts were effective in our growth and development as people, people with living souls. if .g -i xiii, a . fy A -.vw fn." f Af, ,aff Qtr 3. XS 5 i 1 x 5 3 fi gr. SW if t if '54 in , . 21 .. ' A Q. V . 14: it .L -.6 ' ' The intangibles are often unrecognized, and even when noticed are shunned upon as relatively unimpor- tant. As growing young men and women, we learned that this was a tragic mistake, that more influence should be placed upon items outside the materialistic realm. Dr. Fordyce always seemed to share this way of thinking and, in his own way, urged us to continue this belief so as to fully utilize the intangibles and realize how essential they are to our well-being. As youngsters, our voice is yet weak and insignificant in the modern rushing trend of life. But we are learn- ing, through experience and through faith, and we are indebted to those who allow us the opportunity to thus increase our personal education. Such was our former Superintendent of Schools, who taught us that education was not just books, rulers, and blackboards. We express our deepest sorrow and sympathy to his family, extend to them our thanks and express our pride of having been associated with this fine man. Though he has passed on, we feel that for what he stood can never die. The end was finally upon us. All left Euclid High once more. Underclassmen left with high hopes and dreams of the future and their coming days at E.H.S. But for the Seniors, this was the last time they would leave their own "halls of ivy". Opposite extremes of emotion were obvious, each personal to the individual. Commencement it was, and now these Alumni are already on their way in graduate life. But always: f'The memories of our friendships here will lift our hearts to Euclid High." Q-,J 'SSX 13 A ,A3,gu'.,' .F 44, gui! " I1 'J J., 5.4-4 . 1.11 Y 0 .92-'r K ,.r. f ' , J' ' 4 A V N -: I '.xf I .f ...N-. f +.vfr'f5' " I ' ' 1. 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