Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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of love, or of rage comes a crystalline realization of what life is. In a moment, the heart is laid open, vulnerable to life, to pain as well as beauty. In such a moment, youth understands and is agelessg he is as young as hope and as old as life itself. The keen, piercing power of an emotion or a sudden glimpse of the strange in a familiar pattern makes a sensitive heart yearn to cry out: Hold the world as it is! Don't let it escape me! But in an instant the impression is gone, like the swirling leaves of autumn or the ilickering light of a star. The challenge of each new day, the uncontrollable light- heartedness of youth, the heady taste of glory, the fierce pride poured into a red-hot roar for ,the team, and the spontaneous warmth of friendshipg these poignant moments of our youth and spirit are captured in . . . EUCLIDIAN EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 711 EAST zzznd. STREET EUCLID, OHIO -' ,Ain 5, 'iw ..-fl. ,vs1 if N7 '47 U , 0.1.-.4 rf T L- 1 yt t -I lg Q 2 ,W .. t' 'fi tl.. M TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ...... .................. Seniors ..... Juniors ..... Sophomores . .. Faculty ..... Classes ....... ORGANIZATIONS .... Student Council . .. World Affairs ......... Wai Napolo ............ Future Nurses of America . .. Junior Red Cross ........... Future Teachers of America . . . Key Club, Ad Club ......... Spirits Club ..... Survey ...., Euclidian .. Eucuyo ................... International Quill and Scroll .... Thespians ............... National Forensic League National Honor Society . .. Stage Crew ............. Movie Club, Camera Club .. P.A. Club ............... Friendship Club ........... Bookstore ...,............. Chess Club, Foreman's Club Girls' Leaders Club .......... Girls' Athletic Association . .. SPORTS ................ Cross Country . .. Football ...... Cheerleaders . . Maiorettes . . Wrestling . . Swimming . . . Basketball ... Bowling .... ...... . . . . Indoor Track ..................... ... National Athletic Scholarship Society, Lettermen ................... Athletic Board . .. ... RECREATION .. Assemblies .. Fall Play ...... ............. . .. Homecoming ....... .. ............ ... Homecoming Queen and Attendants SUPPLEMENT ..................... ... ADVERTISEMENTS . .. INDEXES Ad Index .... Senior Index ... Junior Index ... 4 16 88 110 126 148 176 178 182 183 184 185 186 188 189 190 194 198 199 200 201 202 204 205 206 208 210 211 212 213 216 218 222 230 232 234 240 244 252 253 254 255 256 258 260 262 266 268 269 315 316 329 Hail to Thee, 0 Euclid High School To thy name all praise we sing. Happy days of youthful pleasure, Learning, living, life so dear Our hearts fill wih gratitude For all that is to be... Alma Mater, Euclid High School, All our praise we bring to thee. Where the blue of Erie's waters Casts the sun's bright golden rays, There all Euclid's sons and daughters Sing the ioys 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. V 1 1 ,T I I Alarm clock clangs a rude good morn- ing. Seven o'clock already? It's still dark! Quick breakfast and step out into bitter morning. Eyes water and face reddens from pin-pricks of sleet. Ears begin to tingle, then hurt, and then grow numb. Reach for the aluminum-ice handle and swing the door wide open. The warm, humid air envelops and pulls you in. lt smells of life, of bustling students pre- paring for a new day. Thawing slowly, you mix with the general hubbub, laughing, ioking, or just walking around. The bell calls you to homeroom,and the day begins. P1 V. . i 1 e I I Nw X S X'.f.'Q Crunch, crackle. Crunch, crackle. Why do they have to use such stiff paper for potato chip bags? If I wasn't stuck with sixth period lunch, l wouldn't have to do this. What do they expect me to do, any- how? Die of hunger? Of course, I get hungry after school too . . . Who's that down .the hall? Gotta get rid of this bag. Well, the pocket bulges, but that's better than being caught. lOh, hello Dr. Bergeml. Wow, that was a close one. Now to eat in peace. ,,,v, E If BIGBPY rv' 'ul - L3 NO EATING OUTSIDE CATETERIA l 9 K D sg' aw-N9 I Q-ers' IX ,, '+ A 'Q' y wa, E93 e s 'Q .U 'Q 3 Qi if C ., WQww' iff : x fi S' ' WS ,. z ' ,S A' it Qu? xi? .. , as N- 5 X yif ' 'fx 5 1.3 " ln.. . 5 "' J. x9X X ,IPI 1 Recognition is only a small part of honor. Whether in athletics, in the arts, or in scholar- ship, the real meaning of honor lies within the individual. The acclamation of friends, the con- gratulations or certificates merely symbolize the self-satisfaction of endeavor, endurance, and accomplishment. 11 275305 Spirit is pride: the lung busting, flag waving, jump up and down pride that gives a team unity and self-confidence for vidoryp endur- ance in defeat. nm mf f Q E S Q I2 vi T r 1 C3 Q , 4 ""'1i ff' Q. J . .:,, . Y w I ' ! 1233 ' 1 A n n fi 5 T 4. Q -L r""' -r--nf. 6 sw ,Y Friendship: a punch in the stomach, a pat on the back, a profound discussion, a dirty ioke. Friendship has its moments of camaraderie-the fun times of laughing and kidding and general horsing around. But friendship has its serious moments too, and this is when a real friend means the most. A friend is a problem-solver, confidant, tear-dryer and all-around morale-builder. Even after squabbles and periods of non-speaking, there is always the time of reconcilia- tion, when friendship renews and shows again its true meaning. 14 i Love in high school is looked upon by outsiders as childish, unreal, but to those who experience it, it is as real as the warm sun which shines upon them as they walk to school. To them their love is sharing. They share their pride in one another's achievements. She yells loud- est when he makes the basket. He grins when he sees her lead the cheers. Their love is as delightful as mistletoe at Christmastime and as solemn as the church service they attend together at Eastertide. Their happy times, their quarrels, their compatibility, their disappoint- ments create their bond, symbolized by the taped ring on her left hand. 5 t , sf.: 533:29 Fm gl, .1 'ii . YQ ' 'X ' YQEQ-i s f .. Fifi , 'J fx in -32 FSMS .. 1 PQ -,iss-i.x9 ,, M: ifgzkgigvxhy 9.1, fl i 'f 'cf 4 i Y v - , -: , QA-'nz zany.- A if ,f . w 31524: t X-Q :-,132 , 34" ' iii: xt 5' 1. bl., . 3 Q?-1 1 ' xx ' , nf 'S x . f"F!"l.'.s?" F Q. . ' ' ' nf? 5, 3 ,gi 2 V 1 3 ,if 4. ..?4',:,,i .1 WA' 11 ..L. I V I I A 1 0 1 A ' ' f 1' f 'f' l 1 ' v -0 0 I 'A' cv X' -' 0 D, U, 4 qv Of' A ' O 7' , Y Frfbd uffo 4 Q N37 'Y 4, C I 1' 5 A 1 .- -J 3 Hg . f ' 1 Q, . 4. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Seated:Secretary, K. Schmidtg Treasurer, E. Glenn. Standing: Vice Presidenr, E. Orazeng Presidenr, L. Schneider. nv .J P sd' .4 SENIOR CLASS CABINET-Row 1: L. Leybeck, J. Aufdenhaus, C. Jankovich, P. Benedetto, J. Danch, J. Suhar, P. Tinker, B. Muir. Row 2: R. Ilg, B. Carlson, B. Brown, E. Sippola, B. Kish, B. Pollutro, B. Molnar. Row 3: B. Boyton, D. Lon- char, M. Yurosko, T. Shannon, C. Tilk. As you leafed through an old Euclidian, you saw pictures of the seniors and thought: How old they look, how mature! And then, suddenly, it was you in the pic- tureg you were a SENIOR. How you crammed this last year with the fun and joy and spirit of high school! Confetti, floats, formals, exams, pizza, laughter- being irresponsible and liking it. For now that it is time for you to take a giant step into life, you are reluctant, timid. You waver a bit in your last senior cheer, take one long look at your school, at your friends. Somewhere in your smile is sad- ness-and a hint of hope. ' git' 11?- ,Q A C7 Fred Johns, Senior Class Counselor. iii 'CFS -.--LSQ1 Miss Ruth Vermillion, Senior Class Counselor K' fx L., 12:17 D , gkxy' 75 45 tr--1 RICHARD BONNIE ADAMS BONNIE ADLER DAVID AIKEN CONCETTA ALBERTONE ADAMCZEWSKI if iff? ,, J 5 Q"""4b Q? x I "So then I put up my dukes and hit her." K 32. ef... -101 uw -ff--y ,f QI T? 2 'WI' P? if .Q ' 7 ' JL. 'T' ,Q 'SF' DEAN ALBRECHT BRUCE ALVES JANE ALLEN DONNA AMBROSE JUNE ALLEN LORETTA AMES STEVEN ALLEN BARBARA ANDERSON 20 9 -c"j ELBERT AINDERSON KATHLEEN ANDERSON DANID ANDRULIS INED ANGEINE ROBERTA ARMSTRONG WILLIAM ARNDT HOWARD AUTEN ALICE BAGOCIUS Q93 J' nw -ffw 21 df' Q., . -A ,gr i 0 0 I ' 2 a 'I I nr. Seniors gather in the "E" Room to see the first arrivals of senior pictures. 1 Q 22 l 4 THOMAS BAKER MICHAEL BALASH JAMES BALCH :fu JEROLD BALCH PATRICIA BANKO .IANET BARBIC JANE BARNES RICHARD BARNES RONALD BARON STEVEN BARTA ALEXANDER BARTKO JON BARTOS JEAN BATES BARBARA BATT CARLA BAUER KAREN BAUER JAMES BAYES NANCY BECK GEORGE BEDNAR BARBARA BEEKE JAMES BEERS ll or-A i . fx! S. T-P 17-,EV I if-"' Kr 91. NAR if X I' fi -as T ""' GJ 'arf .wi ,Q tai' ff Vw . :I .v,x .. -- .V M sew w,1. 1f3 . 'N KENNETH BEGALKE JUDITH BENNER PATRICIA FREDDA BENTLEY BENEDETTO JOHN BENGSTON JANIES BERES .,,,,,,,..,.-:,,.- These elevator shoes do wonders. 995, ix . Q , 'Q . . rx C 1' M f - Lx is A QC' Of "E: X it K X, 3 li, W A 3 ' ' K s .. t . . Q gi ,P 29 1 fi LINDA BERGER KEITH BERNDT JOANNE BEUTELL SHELDON BERK LINNEA BERNTSON DONNA BEYERLE pvv' 3 ww-H A -Q., Y 1:52, I 'Bn ri S-..-1 WARREN BILLER JOHN BLACK ,nav x GEORGE BIZZARRI BRUCE BLAKELEY This is the little drummer boy '?!?' K? :UN A fi - 'C 'G ox ? ' N I I try' , I 1 I I I I I Y lx f ,T 2 SX W!T'T"' ,ww C24 N 2.1. , . I. :-5, fy Ir v' Q I , I w 1 I I I I 1 I I I I K gm. av' N rw. ROBERT BLAKELEY DONNA BLATTAU FRANCES BOOMER WILLIAM BOYTON PATRICIA BOZICH GEORGE BRAIDIC EILEEN BRAIDICH CARL BRANDT KENNETH BRAUNLICH PATRICIA BRENNAN LEE BREWSTER ROBERT BRIGHT "If he doesn't take that cwazy wabbit off my head pretty soon . . ,Xi -LX Let's hope that the table won'r fall over this time. 5 ,f"'w-.,,., ,KX f 'xhxw' ' -N.. TN n1""S w. I . I 5 x JL'NE BROUGHER ALAN BROWN BRENDA BROWN DIANA BUCCERI . . , .wa . . , , Rf v. Fl Q Y N 5. .af K 11-Us 1-"fra +- 41, ,. P. .Mr ln. 44. - ' '91 4 -,-r- L4- fi Q. K x pkg: .fi gsm '. , f' ES 555 11' 1- 394+ 5- ' . ' 1, 45'H!!E? "MJ f ru Q, X Hey Heather what s comin' 05" EVELYN BUCHHOLZ MARCELLA BUCO KENNETH BUDA PATRICIA BURFORD JANET BURHENNE LAWRENCE BURNS BEVERLY BUYNAK ELEANOR BYRON CAROL CADWALLADER PATRICIA CALAVITTA DOUGLAS CALDWELL PHYLLIS CAMERON JOHN CAMPANA, JR JOAN CANON ELIZABETH CARLSON EDWARD CARPENTER PATRICIA CARROCCIO PATRICIA CASEY -nggvx-. CT- -1-Y ,V 0' '7'+"5- Nav? bf' 9-4' ,wik- JI-'Uh gl Q". z'. As wif? R 11 A-1, M 'Ll Y'-vi if , ii I V, 5 1,-.,,. , , QX! . 'x I Arwen. ' r .5 7X ,..7X ff? C"3' 'SQ HQ! T--3 L! fx 'IHOMAS CEBULAR RAYMOND CERGOL LOUIS CEFARATTI JANET CERMELJ LPA., Q? Q, I--ol 1 1 'S A Ted Krauss smiles on the all-girl bus. CAROL CETINSKY JOSEPH CHINCHAR LINDA CHALFANT CAREN CIBBS wa 115 s.-yu NIJ ...ny -9.9- ELLEN CIMBALOS DONALD CIPOLLO DAVID COLBOW SYLVIA COLLEDGE C? qzrfi? GLEN CONKLING BARBARA CONSLA RICHARD CONSTANTINE NANCY COODE TIMOTHY COOPER HARRIET CORDRAY ROBERT CORNWELL KATHLEEN COROS FRANK CORRAO KATHLEEN COLLIER DALE COLLINS IAMES M. MARIE COLLINS Fe G 'va "'S 1 1 --VX Q7 if 'FTF' 'si Qu.,-ay pn-- U5 lil y? vs-ff' COLLINGWOQD Senior officers ponder return to Charterhouse. ..u..., . 1,-pau, im- 'fb' ' ar ano- I - ,fir xxx , X VI x e 2 ' if ' .gk ' ,A , 'I N , ' Q N- f 1, .I iff y s v.., 'Q J I I , 'N' 'I 3 X ,hx U , I ft. " l , A - fv- ,. nr 4, I Z W r IJ x I ' A f ' 4,61 4 , 5 'NE ' T 'y-' "MA ,n- 1 an' '65 f' - 4-'M I' ,F ft N x 3. 's I , x .,... , . I , ' I H , -: --,. .L...tg-LC,..g:s: ffl" . - I .5 J...- vf X ,. , 'VS "'. ",v 'R , vu--ffl' -I ,. I-.,-Iv: A vw qn--uf . NJ f ix ,. I I .My if Ii Kill Chonko !! MARY COUCH CHARLENE CRADIS NANCY CREVELING CHESTER CRONE MARY CRUDER DONNA CUNNINGHAM 32 LINDA CUTHBERTSON DIANA CVETKOVIC JACQUELINE D'AMICO RICHARD DACAR .IUDITH DANCH MICHAEL DANE 11, REBECCA DAUGHERTY RANDALL DAVIS THOMAS DAVIS CAROL DE WITT HELEN DEBELJAK DEAN DECKER Well, it's face those final exam grades orjump! Q? I .W v"L K lim 1 , .11 .. fd. Q' ,WT M N f'T ff no-. 'V' X4 , .. ...,5'.f".y up 3 rf! v 8. N 1 "2 df Q, 4 8.4. - 1 Lag... -1PV"'!'W"e' X A l xy gf' far'- 4-2-Zin 1 if F A.,, 'is WML .- ,fx ii wg DONNA DEISTER NANCY DELAC ff EILEEN DELLY PAUL DEVER fx Chinn' "Who's Got the Pain When They Do the Mambo?" is NOT Ll Viennese Waltz! SHARON DI BIASIO ANITA DI PUCCIO 34 DONETTA DITOMASO PATRICK DICKEY Z. I Jim really takes his studies to heart. BARBARA MARGARET DODDS PATRICIA DREIFORT MICHAEL DROTOS JOANNE DUCCA VVILDA ECKLER DINISHAK WILLIAM DIXON JEAN DRAGOLIC ARLENE DRENIK DENNIS DRUMMOND COLLEEN ELANE EDDY EASTABROOKS 3 fi 'VL to Q ".. ,. Y all XYX bf 11"-fy Q Y7' ,fx if "' 6' H A, I I I I I .- . , 1 I N H , X it ' fr' , I , 5. : EL . i s W 'A' , 3 x.. I fx X I I DONALD EHAS 1 1 I I I 4 I 5 E i 3 1 I KAREN ENGELBRECHT 2' -, Fixx ,N I W-2 ,v ', rip--' :- . - -1- - I .1 1 WILLIAM ELICKER DENNIS ELDER TIMOTHY EMERSON LYNN ANN ERJAVEC 'Sf' 1'-out FREDERICK ESTANICH ,- M, r' F 0, -ri f , Q Axim N Or? '3 ' . 634, 'fp-o- 3 V 'K sfo:-', 1 ? Q .--'51 . '- ,v. ,M .V I ,--, .. v--.-fa-.,, -: -, "Nj f. -"f-ge '-PI ' . . 1 '- . A . Good grief! I forgot to turn this poem into EUCUYO' ROBERT ESTVANKO BRENDA EVANS . ,-Q-V , I' :Q 1 - 1 , .1 xr' Sv-N. ..--f 2 'W I SJ- .1 I Q., b vy 'Y ,' 'F' "Yes, this is the president ofthe Barry Goldwater Fan Club." 37 -1- :rf JAMES EVANS JOAN EVANS A 61 4 gd, l JOHN EVANS BETTY FABER Q""' GARY FARLEY WILLIAM FEITH """" 'T RICHARD FINK ROGER FIORILLE PAMELA FLALER JOHN FIORELLI MARY FISTER JOHN FOCHT avi 1 wr ,. .ai 4'3" , 3--N ,. wi sr Q sbs' N ff' M KR ik 5 'Fw 5 If I out it back in the glass he'll newer know it spilled. EILEEN FOGEL ANTHONY FORTUNA GEORGE FOWLER JEFFREY FORKER JERRY FOUST ROBERT FOXALL if Sf? gf, QWNUY y 1 r A ,. .5 38 '30 f f 'a 44 J ,-pm' W? I 1 l CRAIG FROWNFELTER GERALD FRYE N I RICHARD EVAN FRANCIS. JR. V FRAEDRICH W RALPH FRANCIS CURTIS FREED Y ELAINE FULLER GLENN FURTH Y C-"T 4 If R, QP 'RF 551 1' L , I ff -iaqg-. SUSAN GADUS JUDY GARDNER YU THOMAS GARZONE ROSALIND GAYLON No wonder it won't start-you took the spark plugs out! X sz-I .NI fx!! . 1 X" I .-.-1. I 99 r L-, my .nn . . JST 41,4 --.. - ' I .M 'WY i 34 I ..., Y 4 LW, In J,-w. .1 YV "' I lk ' I I U " R ,-1 . rg 51? L lf'-'X - I -, 1,31-. ,V 4, L.. C I. D . Q 1,1 43, ', aj ' V, A' I 43. 'I-'Z' ff 'Dx i ,1 - I 1 l J ,, , . 1 V A W I-LM , . AA, -f xxg 245, f g i:-, .WW Q1 N452 , rf ,VRK1 - w vp - 1' Q f X .. :E if fx ae! V.. .. ,I QB Q , 5 5 g ,Zz if 'fm-in flew . f f'1"" N' 'I 1' ' V' '4 ' " N, g x x X " w 'is QA 3 ik 2:2 xi H STEPHEN GEBE DANIEL GEDDES TERRENCE GERSON DAVID GERWIN I'm sorry, you can't make Thespians. We don't accept people who wear funny clothes I 7 , . , G? 1:1-:Y 'CI' fl X '4 1 M .P 5' 'N' .,,, .I Y'---V k I ,1 r 1' I Y Wil . als! i: QQ 1 1 v 1 -.Q tgq'pl f I 'Y 3 JAMES GESSIC WILLIAM GIBB SHIRLEY GIBSON CAROLE GIORDANO MARY GLENN GARY GEZANN JAMES GIBSON JILL GINSBURC, DONALD GLENN CAROLE GLEYFORST JOSEPH GLIEBE GARY GORSHA ROBERT GRAUS FRANK GRDANC JEAN GREEN LINDA GREEN SHARON GREGURICH FRANK GRISEZ RICHARD GUALTIER 41 -.vP"X"1 .-MII Q""'TY R X ON V00 I ,ici Q :Ch vu L. Y...- 45? is ,jug '95 QL ...-al f., -.-up ,vm M, hs 'jf x Mix ,if qw.,-N., Cf' KW? Q-...g,.4Y' N...-I ,- 'vu DAVID GUENTZLER MARGARET GUTH LINDA GUESS TREVOR GUY BARBARA JOHN HABE GUGLIOTTA FRANK GURKO DAVID HABIAN ..4Q., 3- -Cc ,,ib' as 'GJ' X J. ARTHUR HACH CAROL HAHS JUDITH HALLORAIN VERA HAVIILTON FRANK HADFIELD KAREN HALBEDEL CAROL HAMILTON FRANK HANES RICHARD HANSLIK NANCY HARDING ff ' 4' C? N,- ' ' .- , ' ,, , - . , .4.,.. 1, .V I, . V , -, ,. ,v.,,.,S! -21215: 2.1 ,,xw,yW' .1 . ,j,5.'.7' ..: -.QQ-'-'W' ,ff 5'- ' - - ' ' . - It . O, , fm far Rh ,321 ins' Q3 5 Y e ' x J' 23' 4 M X wg! 4 ggi rw Q A , ,gif-:rm -xp, aw- ' ,q BETSEY HARWOOD JOAN HAYES a '-.. ,ff X A 9' ff! Wxrffvv bm X, A-:X ,253 " S -" X . , . A 1115! ., -' l-'-w ig +R- 'f PATRICIA HAYES BONNIE HAYTAS DONNA HAYWARD Another Survey member hard at work in the Survey office. I K xw:ffr, ' I A GREGORY HENDERSON DARLENE HEUER DIANA HENRY HERMINE HICKS JUDY HENRY JUDITH HILL DIANE HERMAN BONITA HOCEVAR 44 3.-Q.- ' V ROGER HEAPS THOMAS HEASLEY GAYLE EDWARD HODKEY LINDA HOLLIS Us fi' 4 'I 'x J, 'W ir?" ,Q I 3 . uf . J :A HEIL LINDA HEISE PAULINE HELLZVIAN ROSE HELNI CAROLYN HOLTZ RAYMOND HORN NIARY HOTTOIS ROBERT HOLWICK ALICE HORTON DONALD HOVANCSEK . bi, .X Q -r - 4 '. vir, t , K ,Q ta, Y A 2'-A' I - -'.E:,::IE1 ,..k . I ' Smffiii I g 73 + we A A h'v- X I Q15 4 'ff' QI, g -. ' 5 erX1iE5ii1f5Ti-25:aliH23 MWA 4 5? N , 45 VR J, .4 , 'I fy Y N . I 2' 5 if! M ,. ,P ". ii, C,f..:.5-. I Y I C hrlsfmns PanH'18fS -.srffu . 1 l i J I f' I I I Are Wu really, realb' Lmwy Rich? 11 N I I ALLAN HRIBAR GREGORY HUEBNER WILLIAM HUMPHRIES RONALD ILG RONALD IVEC PATRICK JACKSON JANET HUDOCK DAN HUMPHREY DONNA HUNSTON PATRICIA IOSUE STANLEY IVEC ANTHONY JAGODNIK l - 'S A x f - V Q-, P+ , W YL 'V .x , T-N1 -1 gn l ' 'U' ' R . XX 2 EH J! V5 rx Q5 es- 'CT' Q-nf BERNARD JAROSCAK SANDRA JAUNSIS EVAN JENKINS ina' Q-:qv LINDA JERABEK JAMES JERELE BARBARA JOHNSON 'T,,.-.. U 'SZ 122' f""'Y kms' H., DAVID JONES GERRAN JONES JOAN KADUN 5. CTT' Reading Improvement IS a help to many students. JOHN JAMES CARMELA JANKOVICH ANDREW JANIS EILEEN JARC ,.,-ff' z 4 f K -1 x ff' I I . 4 I I A MW- ' JOHN KALEAL JEROME KAPLA SANDRA KAPUDJA Pl-IILLIP KARABINUS Q ll' E 1 ' Now, girls, I remember this from sophomore biology. 1 1 mm, 5 l YW a F S4 35 45 F Z Q P Y pn-v - v xr -av aw ?u , N C- -' "E :N-W gf ,fy f ..,,,,,,, T.. , ,N :W 5 i 'ls-Q. 1' rv, 'VN 'NJ THERESE KARDELL RUDOLPH KARICH GERALD KAVON GAIL KELLER PHILIP KEYERLEBER LOIS KISH SHARON KELEMBER ROBERT KELLY BARBARA KISH ROSE KISH PAULETTE KITKO JEWELL KLAUGA JERALDINE KLEIN SUSAN KLOTZBACH LUCINDA KNACK DIANE KNAUS ROBERT KNAUS JACK KNEALE JOHN KODRICH K' I 'ff. X ' x 9,-at J, x..l. g 455. M V Nw. ,Q , 'X J M, sf I ,R A '3 I 'E l ' A , . 1 -- if X'-f : Z Q kv A, ..,. f - . 'E 1 1 5 A ' 9? x f, l an 5, YQ J, Tx! -wx vw .: Y - ,r' ri -av """7 'fyf' "M ," XX. YN "Dx ii Nw P 1r'H9' GLORIA KOGAN JAMES KOKOSKY GERALDINE KOLMAN LYNN KOMRAUS BONITA KOPACH SUSAN KORDA CAROLE KOSHER ROBERT KOSTICK ARLENE KOUCKY JAMES KOVACH RICHARD KOVAL MARY JANE KOZAR 4 fy Ax Q 1' 1 YVUNNE KOZLEVCAR Sl ' 1'-L-v I 4 fnf Qu'-"f4?'N l X sf ,B PERRANCL lxRAMhR .Ai if xx, V 1 , " 3 'fwjygi ' 4 gg . x k ' .Y ' , 5 X I iv- - 4--fr Shaker. here we come! DONNA IXRAUSE , . V .. , ji?-?,ffgQgQf -is f - xfrNE.i.fx.s 3'-Nr N X ,P EL - q 1 . -vw-vsxx' 5:1 2 4+ 'XX I e hx gf -X -s"+if'+Q- j '- 5'--zswfgilffi ,Q 5 9 g..k5i.1.sQ:3gf +V ,Q psf.:-1' 5 fv':1:,.1t'ii Q f' A , 'is " " ' THEODORE KRAUSS Santa Claus finds his delinquent elf. 4 1 i i N I I gun 4 I . 'Q s fvx , ,,NNw,,,.wnu0" F h , A The boys' quintet doesr1't seem to have stage fright. 52 7 I I -. , " I ki. I . nun A 2 I I an CLIFTON KREBS JUDITH KRIEGER HELEN KROME MARY JANE KRUEGER GARY KRULL JOSEPH KURTI MADELINE LA BANT DENNIS LA FOLLETTE CAROLYN LACNY GRANT LAMOS LINDA LANE ANITA LANESE NORMAN LARICCIA EDNA LAUB STEPHEN LAUDENBACH WILLIAM LAURENSON CAROL LAUSIN NEIL LAUTER :tg V-'V -llwvf . J' "1 x ,i 1 cuQ is Y --v 'WX 5. Z 4,"5' 3 Laa- 'w-V "f 1 9 4-QQ N-.J fx CM YT' 'S' is 51 11 NJ! L- 5 fx Who says chess isn't a rough game? ROBERT LEBER JIQDITH LEHMAN gun- sl X 'agp Y? NANCY LEFEVRE THOMAS LEININGER 'Rs 1, N M '- if V FAQ' yi ' fa5.1:x ' , X. ggis. .VV4 kk nf. .nik 1 Www? v hm ANITA LENARSIC LAWRENCE LENGEL 'C17' ., XI' sxxii' JANICE LEPORATI ADELBERT LEUTBECHER rib.. 755 LINDA LEYBECK LAURENCE LIGGETT DAVID LLLLEY ROBERT LINDNER People are no darn good! 15, 1' 5 1-nv Q'-17 BEVERLY LINDQUIST VVILLIAN1 LINSLEY JOYCE LONCALA JOAN LLBE BETTY LINK KAREN LOGAN RICHARD LONCHAR YYENDY LUCAS ,S Y 68 'G L . Y 'Q P 1-L fit 'E' -3 1 9 V EU :Lf . ,fs 'X V ' X52 Q. xv' 1 uw,- ...5, Q ' ' '25 , ., ,b ,, 2. , iff.- ry LC A Q, '.,1 'Ti 1.,...ur 'Bs - -2-5?f3:,.Q1QQj.: 4 ,h LT A W . 4? 1 gm ' . A ,V Y, 1 , In - i is ,,A c , X St.: E gE,5:::E::5:g N55 x Efgjgggggif-IIEQI: .5 ' , ' , ,.,., V .2:1:i.1'E,'rn'-vE'.'IE2W"" 5 3 7 Q I 1 1 V JOHN LUDWICK LINDA LYTLE GEORGE MAC QUARRIE NANCY MAC QUARRIE JUDITH MACY GLORIA MADDA BEVERLY MADEY PENNELOPE MAHER Mgr m..q,,,p Y 5 r -4, ,- Q '-M91 ina 'Y W--7 ks!! I v , 1 .uf env. A4 i' '7- Q, MARCIA MAIZEL KENNETH MALCHOW CYNTHIA MARKERT STEPHANIE H MARSHALL MARIANNE MALANEY JOHN MARKATOS JACE MARSH RICHARD MARTIN It takes two to tango. WILLIAM MARTON PETER MASKUNAS Qffeov S' Wtzff' GAYN ELL MATHSON ELLEN MATLOCK -.A .Q ,Q A.. GT' Q' 117 'Hr' Curl Freed enjoys a Friday lunch. DELORES MATTIS FRANK MAUCERI RONALD MAY JOHN MATZELLE MARY MAUFF HENRY MAYER :fn IGS' -QP ' r BJ ig- N. gn, ' -e NORMAN MEDLEN DORIS MEKEDIS 7 fx .g...-. -lfwr A .... g-7 --YQ- --vw? SARA MIDDLEBROOK MARY MIDDLETON ELIZABETH MIKLAVCIC RONALD MIKOVIC BARBARA MILAVEC HEATHER MILLAR CATHERINE MILLER JUDITH MILLER RONALD MILLER ROBERT MERVAR NANCY MESOJEDEC ROBERT 1V1ERV1S MARY ANN MEYERS if TZ' if "Uk vi' ,vo 41 .,f 1-gf-v fflgx Q' - ' 1 . 'hr urn Q-N. N ' . " 5.1 cv f- I f"f' "' vi K. It ' .1 i ' .. I g ,ISN I xy' 1 I I 1,-,fun ZX Y'-'TY . 1.-f Pete and Judy enjoy the social room after school. I 1:1 L 'fi . Yi! ,...-an-w bln-sou-m-o I "Wg-uv... .31-X IDX DIANE MILMONT JAMES MOCHAN JOHN MIROSAVICH DONALD MOCK Dave: After my tremendous catch Gary: Here we go again. SIMON MOHLER DENIS MOHORIC BRUCE MOLNAR DEANNA MONROE WILLIAM MOORE . -f. Q --b X, 'Dx ,I- 1 wg-v v MARLENE MOREL PETER MORKUNAS ' '?A '.' I x X Ax ., ,ff . . , X. N MORRIS JEFF MORRIS LEE E,EE,EE,., E U Q51 , DENNIS MORRISON GARY MOSS Which is yours, Joe? -4 i i THOMAS MOULIS SUSAN MUEHLEISEN JAMES MRAMOR asv , s,n4lu N-.Z SUSAN MUELLER '15s---1 411 Qx it y. 1. BONNA MUIR ANN MURPHY ,Oi CHARLOTTE MURRAY RAYMOND MYLAR DALIA MUSTEIKIS JUANITA NADA ,path 4-K nas 'yin 44 ,.--, 41 ':""T'P 'z nfs ii Q5- 'hl - . HOWARD NEBE CHARLOTTE NELSON W an K3 ix. f ' V-A , ..x,. , ,.,,,.,. F, You say Jose Greco is holding auditions tonight? .tk Ny . v, fo. 'F' fn ? wg' f, A- ..f?1f 9--.,, 4 I ' I ,-.fffkwau div iv fl Vi ",'1, Vg ,Q yygyffiffw, , wg t , 'f -,I W '45 , 'fy-'fi 'fs A A Q flffi 'gifs 6 in Q JU, -fi, ' I 51 -,,, -.1 f f-, 1- - 5 4 Q4-'X IVR I LAVVRENCE NOVAK EUGENE O'SABEN VILLIAM NIEHAUS GLORIA NOSAN PATRICIA NOBBE DONALD NOVAK 3 I , ka, wr 3- 25.3 RICHARD UUKUNLLI -f" Tl n I -5 -:Q N JOSEPH ODDA 5.4 .N f i QVQK . -. il . Fi' s M A wr. zt 5:83539 ' f . . , tix 'Q' ANDREW OGRIN '-3' ... ROBERT OLESKI Nui' Q, N-rzf , O I Vt' S E DONNA OPALK 'H ' ' Kev- EDWARD ORAZEN This is better than the one we made last week. It in 52- 'N f Iii s-su"f.- I 0 fl gt ix-U Q 'M 1 . ww X , K 4, ' e' X-is fr 1 3, 'if' S A xx ,gg Ah :wx U x MALCOLM OREBAUGH SHERMAN OTT BONNITA OWEN PATRICIA PADO LEE PAGE An underclassman is politely discouraged from wearing knee socks. MM' 2 Q V . .,---"""'N A---F", V 3 .J-'M' Q.,-4"""'v ..u..,'-- , 'inc-ul f lining trv mtv sg?-w.?lg6! Qi' sl4,x'1 W.. ..x- . , , ,, y . - vi -'TA -'- 'fi ' -fi. A x. .sf ff ,fa '3,....,.-': -5 .flat , s:.g3z"'f'g,4g1Q.I?f n ..- TfSQ?24...,-,,---,, - - -4.-5. ff K' it Xp' WEE? , X x RONALD PAGON CHRISTINE PAJK b uw. Y---7 Z""TV : 'V' . ' . ci ""' r fb 13:59 JR. VVILLIAM PATTON CAROLINE PAYELKA LINDA PERZ PRISCILLA PAUL PATRICIA PERROTTI BARBARA PETERSENI GERALD PETERSEN MARLENE PETRIK JOHN PETRO DIANE PETROU VICTOR PETROVIC ROGER PETROVIC!-I CAROL PHILLIPS NANCY PHILLIPS JOHN PICCIANO .gf N 'UQ 5? 15, Fi Cl Q P'?,, .II v 6' '1""'w-Q J' 1 N-W PH C Q' 3 'Nw ll' ..,.ns A ., :fgie 'hh . JANIS PIKE ANNE PINTER DIANE PISEK JUDITH PODOBNIKAR wwf w 5:5 M 4. Q 9 xi! '-" v x s ' "Ah bg-. 'l x e DN Qwlf' XJ' KAREN PODWILS ROBERT POLLUTRO JAMES POSTLE JEANNETTE POSTLE Beat St. Joes! f- Y--V "il ms 1 rx 'UK is-.J I xii? , Jil' .fav 'EK 'Sf ff. 41 . 'P it if Q.-, '-ul SHARON POUSS STANLEY PRIJATELJ LUCY PROKOP WILLIAM PUGH ALLEN PRETNAR ALICE PRIORESCHI JEFFREY PROIQDFOOT MATTHEW PL'LEO DENNIS PUNGERCHAR SARAH RALLS DONALD PURTILL MADELINE RANDAZZO 41 ml' f 1. fx: '01,-, M n 4,9 s ' " -Q-I -sf q---1 pm' v"' Y f""'TP :Qi ,V 5 if li.. Seniors. whooping it up. THOMAS RANKIN KATHLEEN RASH PATRICIA RAYMOND 68 P B 1lIll""" I' usxnl gg..-1 7 his AE pf CAROL REBA MICHAEL REBA KEITH REDLIN JL'DITH REICHENBACH BARBARA RHOADES PATRICK RICHARDS JAMES RICHARDSON BONITA RITZ ANN ROBERTS BEVERLY ROBERTS JEANNETTE ROBERTS RUTH ROBERTS RICHARD ROMAN JOSEPH ROMANO BARBARA ROMISHER JOYCE ROSCHY DONNA ROSITANO PATRICIA ROTE fi ny it-1 Q T371 7+ yn-v if , I i A v 4' 41,- px sn- 1747 V! Q. CHARLES ROWLES SHARON RUIVIOHR WILLIAM RUSS GR 5- 51 YZ? if -G' MICHELE SABET'I'I RICHARD SAK LOIS SALMICK 70 rxtrx m xx - 4 .I hi' - ' ii Y a XV A ' Good morning. Your P.A. Announcers and Audio Technicians . . . :MAI 'rs v-'r 'T' iz, JOHN SAMSA RICHARD SARVER DONALD SBROCCO il i DENNIS SARICH SHIRLEY SAWYER BARBARA SCANLON i 1 . 3 Q i' I L I ..,7T. I 5 Lf IN 'fi Y, Q-v IULIANNE SCHEFF DOROTHEA SCHMIDT . PATRICIA KATHLEEN SCHMIDT SCHEIBEL Pam and Tom work to finish Homecoming decorations. I i l l H. 11 NL 1 X '?X.X I V . E3 Rx W my xr " M-,. all aff ?"'f" 4 f' f x K 41- W Ifl were just this much taller . . . BARBARA SCHMITT SHARON SCHOTT LARRY SCHNEIDER ,mi Ann QU? RONALD SCHUBERT 7' KATHRYN SCHUETTE NANCY SCHWARTS ,R-my fu S J? V: 1 X I I , , X V' 'f '- r X 1. -A , Y .ff-P' +- M, Q4 JOHN SCHWEMLER JOAN SCOTT it-oi' VIRGINIA SEBOCK BONNIE SEIFERT Q i J 1 f M 1 ., I wx., X i 4 JOAN SERES FREDERICK SERNEL 1 N fR Hu DANIEL SHIELDS ALAN SHINAGAVVA MICHAEL SIKORA KATHLEEN SIMMONS LAWRENCE SINGER MARIAM SINGER ELAINE SIPPOLA GENE SIRCA KENNETH SKULA VAUGHN SESTAK CAROL SHENKEL THOMAS SHANNON ROBERT SHERRY 'AA .4-1, li 4' .35 is 'b'W '23 hm his jf IF fi Spirits build spirit. S: , a' I E 15 ' -v 7 4 LA If my serve won't get him. my smlle will JON SLAYBAUGH PATRICIA SMICIKLAS CHARLENE SMITH DOUGLAS SMITH GARY SMITH JACQUELINE SMITH PHILIP SMITH STEVE SMRDEL PEGGY SNYDER JOANNE SOBLESKY RONALD SOTKA MARY ANN SOVICH 74 , J m I I ki- KENNETH SOWUL RAYMOND SPACAGNA CAROL SPENA JERALD SPENCER GERALD SPENKO PATRICIA SPRINGER Ring 'QR 'X Kg, J M11 Make it that tall with nuts on top. DAVID SPROCHI RICHARD STADLER RUTH STAFFORD SHARON STAHLER 55,4 'TTY 2 .D.. A . -mf ,x ' Q 5, ' . , S .vm 9 X 1 'Ny 'U V bf' - 9 - , To f' Y-G85 , 'V V N, K ' A ' Q - N Q34 - Z., ggi!! I , - , '5r2a'51.Li . ,. ,- ' 76 LTLRICH STAMM CAROL STANLEY 1 T SUE STANWYCK T T PATRICIA STARNES qs! 3 NM gb Sli ,T 'Win' 1 Q-7' ,JIM 7397 , r X I 133 K, 1' ' , 'w- r 'xr Nj?- ? , y 'ix' H -f av Jef X Students investigate all levels Ol literature. J? IICHARD THOMAS STEICH DANIEL STEvENSON JOHN STUNEBACK ELINOR STRALAB JACK SLBEL STQASIENKO ANICE STEFANSK1 CHARLES STEVEN BEVERLY STONE ROSEMARY STRAH JOSEPH STURM JLDITH SLHAR 1 ff? 'Tl 'S lx! 4 K c S NN 'a fin :Ti nr Q'-'Y Q .7 1' 75 .ff lf: - - Y-Y-..- - 4 i Q 1 5 ..y-nf ,- "' " 'X N"- h 1' f-, tw.. V N P " .V 'Y' L What do you mean you ve got a boy at St. Joe's'? SHARON SZALEK gg Yay 1 ,F 1. If Two's company, three's a crowd. --ffqvjm warg' JOSEPH TANNENBAUM GARY TAYLOR no . 3, - if .. '- ROCKWELL TAYLOR i JANICE TELISMAN frfgf: 1 'Et 'ltfigf 1 'Tr -'. Uni. . F! 2 f I' j WILLIAM TEKAYIC 9?- 'Qf ' -ur CHARLES TERRANOYA 4' x 4 w CHRISTOPHER CHARLES TILK PENELOPE TINKER BEVERLY TOMLE DONNA TRENTEL CARL TROUTEN, JR. TETRICK 1 DAVID THOMAS NANCY TILLY LOUIS TOLAR JOHN TRAUGER CHARLES TRINITE SUSAN TROXELL gi . ,. ' f- X iQ ' 'K '. :kviifh ls qw: , mx ,, .S W' :jf .A . A , X " ' 'I f, aiu ' wi 'YA -xii" if-1 WV? .ll ,Zi is ,nr Q. I 'fi' ,S X' f 4 ' I' E m I Hurry, Majorettes! You'll be late for second period, N N J il eg 5 A ii fi,":,r in The Presldentlal campalgn J LTANITA 'I'Y.I EVVSKI BEYIQRL Y 'TYLER EILEEN TYRRELL GEORGE UNION RONALD UNKEFER PATRICIA URANKAR SANDRA URSINI SAUNDRA UTTERBACK ' ws, HU: rn?" 'M' , Q "" . :ff FIN! ' 'YF' i 491. ,Wi was a highlight of the year f ' I ff wil fig-F' uw, T 3, 5 MARGARET VAGASKY WILLIAM VALENTINO BARBARA VALINCE FRANK VAN TILBURG Look! Dave got a Marie-Antoinette doll .ZF ,Nas 5. I K- i ANTHON1 VARDIAN DAVID VERSHALL RANDOLPH VIRANT KATHLEEN VIVIANO RICHARD WALLACE ROBERT VERH MARGARET NICIC ANTHONY VITANZA BARBARA WALLACE DIANE WALZER LINDA WARNKE RONALD WATT HALLE WEBB LAWRENCE WEEKS JOSEPH WEIBLE SHARON WELCH MARILYN WENGER DENNIS WHELAN JOHN WHITEHEAD Q.-v' J I I 9 I 1 I ? Yi in Lkq yy Tl I L- 1 411' v.. iq' .M . , . iii , , , : 2 W J' , 'X ,, ,v I ' A If S.: 223'- . .- :f ., .5 JAMES WHITTAKER WAYNE WILLIAMS LINDA WILLIAMSON RAYMOND WILSON QW' 'Q-Maw N X fr 4' i 'fic' f 'YF' Xu, ,N "rg oi- - f, m, Q' ,. , M as f 1-A, ,-V+. -if ,v. 'QU' xi. 45,1 9 'L -, ELAINE WILTSHIRE CAROLE WINTERS SUSAN WITHER WALTER WOHLGEMUTH ro- if -Ri!! Ir- I :Fx .4549 1 'S -cv 'R' Q-1' 'SJ ff fe' 'IJ' ve H fi ff' gn 'I LESLEE WOLF SANDRA WOLFF BRUCE YABROFF JACQIQELINE YANCHAR JON WOLFENBERG RICHARD WOODRUFF BONITA YANCHAR JOHN YANE !'N QE I 'AA .9-it STANLEY YERAY DIANE YERT ROBERT YOUNG Always a bridesmaid, but never a bride. 3 GERRY YUHAS DAVID YURKOY ICH MICHAEL YUROSKO X .Qi '57 x "4 , ,I Q QSQJ- - in 4 I Q-, --f4-'- -1'-Q i . -, XJ V ,gr x V'-V fi w ' ' , -ey' 'KW f .Q E 1 L ,1 nz- , y , . E ., . - El xx . I V XALPH ZAKRAYSEK MARY HELEN .IANICE ZELE ANN ZERAVICA CAROLE ZGONC CAROLYNE ZGONC ZAVODNIK Q tl ll A ln E. fN A Q, Q!--' W L 3 ' Y w-M' E, F DAVID ZIMMERMAN PAULA ZINIMERNIAN FRED ZUPANCIC RLTDOLPH ZUPANCIC JAMES ZIMMERMAN BEVERLEY ZUPANCIC JAMES ZUPANCIC KENNETH zusr 'I I 87 0.4 .1 V Vw XNQQX x V V 'N x N X X Q0 x X gzxxgqxixkxf-E x Xxxxwxww mx xxx NS by XX W Qxxfxx Q xhxxbqw 5 x XSQ xx1xxxSxN9Q5x AQ- NN Gy QQ QW x x XXWY 99 .W NU xx xv X KN . x x x xx - Q xxx, N xxx x N X 'Qx xx x N NNNVN XXV A x xx xx xxvxxxxuxxx ,xxxxxxx xx x X. xxx x X xxx xx x x x xx xx N xlib xx Q1IxQgwgsm X xruxx Kwik xxyxx lx xx Qxk xo x NN X A x xgbx 1 x X Xxv xXX'xxNQNN R NN xx x 5 x VN N N x x . Q X , X Q X X XYMNNNW' v xx' X x x xxxgx ex XXXNQX N ?XxfQS6X 9xWixwWxQ N X X fx QNX WSF? Rx Xxwwxfi XNNMWQXX xxkxx QM Y ' x xx xx wx xx xxxx Mi:QxX.mxssQxx x N Uv, X X x x X 'X Xxx xxkgxxxx xxx x vxx N XxxKX x xxrxxixa TN xxx xx ,xxx xxx, wxxx X xxx NX YSWKRKXAXY' 3-."m?if X?T"'Xl:x'wf:' ' H -1'fw--'k - . -Qin: .. , .:--'x . 5' 1 RN -xx QNMN xv.x...f:fwQ1-.lm-ergq.A-amvf.:-22 " "vi . I ,W Hnzl mv' 'l'f,n.lf ,,. 1 Wim: A We Mr. Frank Troglia, Junior Class Counselor. JUNIOR CLASS CABINET-Row 1: L. Winkler, C Lutsch, K. Tomko, B. Miller, C. Allar. Row 2: C. Kosa novich, L. Koci, L. Crobaugh, M. Perme, R. Wanchik Row 3: S. Berry. T. Tekancic, K. Znidarsic, L. Burk, R Ferrante Ron 4 M DeMotte, N. Furniss, D. Roberts, M Stapleton C McBroom, M. Scheer. l I l I l 3 we UWM Mrs. Helen Stewart, Junior Class Counselor. It was the year in between, the year of waiting: waiting to inherit his legacy, to achieve the coveted title of "senior." The waiting was not always slow for the JUN- IORg his time was filled. His subjects were harder, and homework piled higher and higher and finally toppled upon him and buried him. His activities increased as he anticipated his senior year. He hoped to be chosen for a position on one ofthe publications staffs. Swim club, choir, band, all took his timeg and he began rush, rush, rush like a full-Hedged senior. Then came the Junior Prom and the end of the junior whirl. And the waiting was over. He watched the seniors leave and felt proud and happy-and sad. He had made it, and now he felt important and grown-up, but all alone. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Sirling left to righlf Treasurer C Pas qualeg Secrerary, S. Heintz. Standing: Vice-President, C Ehmger President J. Schael. 91 's-4, We've sure got Ll lot ol' homework llm weekend' HOMEROOM 104-Raw lp M.Tr1n1te A Bever D Myers R Beljan J Bertosa N Beeke Ron 7 S Berry M Boros D Boehlke. J. Bocskey, P. Bizzarri, V. B012 B Blasenaame J Baum Ron J J Beyerle C Belpulsl H Berthold S Peacock B Bogatay. C. Bodnar, B. Boettner. J. Benlem Ron-1 J Donaldson M Bathorv B Betts R Fox B Bendlng C Bayer M Ber nard, T. Beckwith, G. Bielfelt. is-ph ff--' at Q ES ,J if fu-J HOMEROOM 103-Row 1: J. Alknecht, L. Bacnik, A. Anderson, H. Rose, J. Aljancic, H. Altenweg, B. Amato. R. Alloway, W. Attamante. Row 2: L. Amato, P. Allbery, J. Auten, K. Bahr, K. Balsley, J. Adkins, L. Andrews, N. Bailey, C. Arnold, R. Ahey, C. Balogh, J. Bates. Row 3: D. Armstrong, R. Archbold, C. Amato, P. Mika, M. Allchin, D. Aljancic, C. Allar. K. Avery, N. Anderson, G. Bacnik. E. Bajec, K. Lustrik, R. Alexander. Seleman, T, Skebe, K. Roth, B. Sedey. R. Sheppard. Xv p-. Ns Y HOMEROOM 107-Raw 1: D. Stiscak, B. Stefe. C. Miller, M. Soeder. Row 2: C. Spikula, P. Sopata D Snyder Strang, V. Stillinger. Row 3: S. Spolar. R. Sherman, E. Schwartz, T. Siciliano. R0w4: K. Stomberg M Stapleton Stidworthy, S. Stevens, D. Smith. Row 5: G. Smith, J. Smith. P. Oberstar. R. Scott, J. Senart. Ron 6 T Shearer M -1 I I l l 1 . l r alll Ill li l l l ll' l l E. 5 5 Q l l l ll I ll I HOMEROOM 108-Raw 1: K. Bubonies. J. Cesa. K. Blassingame, E. Bulicek. Raw 2: C. Chinnici. M. Budan, J. Chiofolo, K. Cholewicki, D. Camino. Raw 3: W. Beers, D. Brigden. B. Breeden, J. Boyle, D. Brinza. Row 4: B. Bizzarri, B. Bowman. G. Brinovec. L. Burk. M. Breitsch. M. Koren. Row 5' B. Boehmer. P. Bruch, M. Church, S. Clark. S. Cavell, B. Castrovinci. HOMEROOM 109-Raw l: R. Chaunce, E. Jarc, R. Copperstein, Collins, W. Colonna. Row 2: H. Cummings, R. Colt, S. Crane, L. Crobaugh, C. Couch. C. Collins, P. Corea. Row 3: S. Pureber, J. Dague, G. Dackor. J. Oker, W. Cooper, L. Crawford, P. Corrigan. 'z ky 94 D. Coy, G. Burke, F Clotts, P. Corrigan, L Cook, R. George, W V7 HOMEROOM 118-Raw I: R. Drcar. J. DeRosa, P. Davidson. R. Dunker, R. Dieckmann. Row 2: M. De- Moite, K. Dailey, M. Dorn, R. Dunn, L. Dey. Row 3: B. Ellis, F. Diulus, H. Dengel. M. Dodds. B. Seaman. Row 4: J. Eggleston. K. Cwik, M. Domitor. C. Elbe, J. Dean. S. Dadlow. Row 5: O. DeMarco, H. David, F. Doljack, R. DiVito, P. Doller. Just as this invisible screen protects me . . . , L ro' 3 l fi llil ii 'iiii l 1 l l l i 1 J l i 1 I Q 1 E J it l 4 l ll I fl? XXX: K- ' as HOMEROOM 127-Raw ls M. Fenster, R. Felz, R. Ferrante, B. Fitzmaurice. M. Fike, K. Fee. Row 2: P. Fischietto, S. Feldman, J. Fleshin. D. Felmly, D. Budie, S. Piskur, J. Fifolt, C. Ehinger. Raw 3: B. Chicone, M. Estvander, B. Fioritto, J. Feith, B. Fifolt, K. Fetter, F. Robbins, J. Kidd, W. Ebert, D. Edwards. HOMEROOM 131-Row 1: F. Fleck, L. Fowler. N. Trivansono, C. De Mora. Row 2: L. Frech, M. Gaylon, P. Freed, N. Fur- niss, C. Fried, S. Geyer. Row 3: G. Furth, N. French, M. Mangino, B. Fuchs. M. Keszenheimer. Row 4: J. McKeon, J. Flowers, T. Frye, J. Frazier. Row 5: S. Edge, J. Froom, T. Van Tilburg, D. Garten, R. Gasper. I V . . 'W -19 96 gl 1 'Til . 15 . 41' ' Ti? 5 5 5 'N Y' pf . -gh an YY ' l ..l i vue i A , :lf Gee, but pizza is messy! Hlsq we.: li' Q . '. 1 fs., ':. . , , , , -. .,q, 4 l ,f-, f" I ,-N 15 N .Q -' V' 1 V , . 'O . .',,' ., I5 I 1 A- 2.5 -2 . . V. if - .Q."59 ., : . ,L . . ll. ,V . 1 31--'ugm-V 5 1- .V 'F' ' :' V '- - V L.. uf 'V'?r'a-f1V-' il.. .gifs ,sf . ,- il K-3 V .atv 5-,,'- -5 K 4,-1, ff 3. Q, 1 .f'11xEeT-"lf?if2," .., V 1 V. - ff: 1 . '. ,' 1 5 , ,, gvglug - Y- 15- 1" 'V ' S Luz? ' . " wif , . ' Y :V S' . .:"i5H.j1, :fi 1, , ,V -- -' 2 nw. f,..:,:+ H- ' , ,. HOMEROOM 20l4Rnw lx P. Groonis, V. Goss, J. Globokar. Row 2: K. Gortz, W Gerl, D. Gillespie. Row 3: C. Butler, D. Glatz, S. Goodyear. Row 4: K, Greenway, S. J Gordon, L. Gribbons, J. Gallo. Raw 5: R. Halderman, N. Hamilton, M. Green, B Gauch. Row 6: L. Grajzar, W. Grant, R. Glaser, P. Naujoks. Raw 7: M. Greitzer, G Genzen, T. Kukorelli, J. Granville, A. Gronert. 7 -.X 111' l l 4 . l I 8 ,z Y X3 A" r ...uf , u 8-:lug ' f U D cj ' 1 . . '- O f-li, . -1 - ' o .L.s+."1-C ,lf HOMEROOM 212 F-Row l: J. Grinstead, J. Harrison, G. Hasselbach, D. Gyongyas, C. Hayes, L. Gunton, D. Gulbenkian, J. Hart. Row 2: S. Heintz, S. Heasley. K. Harris, B, Helmick, B. Hava, S. Haney, F. Hellman, D. Hiller, J. Haykar. Raw 3: T. Hamilton, B. Haworth, B. Harper, P. Har- ris, C. Harrison, K. Hutchinsson, D. Janis. R. Hasher, B. Fink, K. Hall. HOMEROOM 218-Row l: J. Huston, J. Hovan. J. Whiting, K. Hola, R. Hodder. Row 2: J. Kasunic, K. Kimberly, S. Jones, J. Colan, B. Kenyon C. Keidel. Raw 3: M. Kelly. F. Kirk, C. Mullins. C. Johnson. C. Jonke. D. Garland, B. Kimen, P. Johnson. Raw 4: J. man, R. Horrocks, R. Hughes, B. Herbst, Hodge, T. Jamnik, B. Henik R. Hurlburt, D. House, B. Hudec. mv-9 a.f 'K 'cf 'T l W7 9 8 X W 1 A HOMEROOM 222-Row 1: H. Krauss, G. Krecic, B. Laddis, R. Koskovics. Row 2: E. Kozar, G. Krielow, M. Kulwin, J. Zimmer- man. Row 3: P. Iafigiola, T. Kelly, D. Kleinkenz, D. Kadunc. Row 4: G. Gross, D. Kaye, D. Kanner, B. Klann. 6 HOMEROOM 222-Raw 1. C. Lanese. P. Krueger, C. Kristoff. Raw 2: C. Krnell, L. Kytle, I. Krogman, C. Kosanovich. Raw 3: D. Kne, B. Kaib, D. Klann. W. Klich. Row 4: P. Mikus. T. Jarxis. G. Kalan. B. Jones. L. Girad. Thank heaxens for Classic Comics. 'K f. 'Q M . . Q W 'W affix? Q N' .. J ww lltlijfjgff rx in ,., A X- 43' . 5 HOMEROOM 226F-Row lx R, Koskinen, J. Lakatosh, G. Langa. L. Kogan, G. Korosec, B. Leber. R. Lange. Rl1l1'.'2.' G. Lerz, B. Luckay, F. Lorence, S. Lewis, M. Lasnik, B. Lentz, J. Reed, P. Kostansek. Rbw 3: J. Kurtis, T. Krampel, B. Lohrey, P. Leister, P. Ludek, J. Lonchar, C. Larkin, G. Hager, C. Kos. HOMEROOM 226B-Row l: R. Leisenheimer. T. McGill. W. Linsz, R, Lilley, G. Lohrke. Rim- 2' B. Maher. J. Martin. N. Malzahn, M. Mari- low, D. MacAskill. P. Mason, Row 35 M. Manfredonia. D. Magargil, D. Msitic. J. Mandel. L. Maleyka, G. Macks. Ruw4g T. Leigh, R. Lehman, S. Lipnicki, R. Long, J. Malokas. Raw 5: D. Mansuy, W. Mallula, R. Leland. C. Lokar, D. Mansperger. . 'S 'iii A K' V .. . ..., f i ll . 'A V P' ,QI V. kffw v l"" i .f 1 wx 100 l 'yj'r- 'l'ff' Y xvf H 'vile -1--p-.H E U 1 3 1 J HOMEROOM 304-Row l: L. Milazzolto, S. McNamara, P Miller. Row 2: D. Mason, K. Meares. D. Misch. Run- 3: M. Mi lone, C. Meden, M, Mazza. Row 4: K. McCormick. K. Mihalic C. McBroom, D. Dardis. Row 5: J. Miller. T. Miller. K. D'Anna M. Medlen. Row 6: J. Markouc. C. Martin. D. Caballa, C. Lar- clomita. Row 7: D. Miller, R. Miller, R. Marlin, D. Mester, K Mehls. 'Q U i You want to see where the baton hit me? HOMEROOM 312-Row I: B. Neff. M. Mihalic, J. Moser, R. DeMore, P. Opalich, J. O'Korn, M. Montagner. Raw 2: W. Mutchler.W. Murray, D. Mylar, B. Mushinko, C. Novak, D. Morxon, M. Myers, L. Musteikis, W. Needs, W. Morrell. Row 3: W. Newcomb, L. Morse, K. Neustedt, M Kapke, R. Moster, A. Newman. W. Morgan, D. Nettis, E. Naininger. r 102 ll YF . ,,..s-Pa' xx s X x .Q g -.....l ww l HOMEROOM 305-Row lx K. Giesse, P. Machurey. N. Mauer, C. Wright, L. Foy, E Fromer, C. Lutsch, M. Falcone. Row 2: J. Fitzgerald. F. Gron, R. Yurkonis, J. Mantel K. Mog, P. Lang, L. Sipes, C. Cline. Raw 3: W. Kranvich, R. Vesey, J. Self. R. Lefkowitz W. Young, G. Sandy, B. Zinner, W. McPeek. HOMEROOM 313-Row I: D. Wohlgemuth D Strnad M Wehrle K Tomko Ron 2 J Kap penhauer, D. Grano,S.Smekel,B. Rudolph. Ron 3 C Land C Mangano B Schulze E Ymglmg R. Zuzek. Row 4: C. Vernelson, B. Trouten D Wilson J Ross Raw 5 D Perkins J Hasko J Walters, R. Stefancic, L. Stegh. ' l ,,,s, 103 HOMEROOM 316 Run l S Paulsen C Paratore A Pelvalx M Perme S Peterson Run 7 B Opdahl W OCo1n R Ball G Ostrowslu lx Orazen Ron 3 B Papp D Mlese R Magk B Pavllk J Pejaclx Ron 4 T Ostlxar,V. Clemence M FlllDONlL HOMEROOM 318 Ran 1 B Miller S Flood G Pomhny D Paul D Overberger W Peck F.Paxl1c P Parzlale M Prrce Ron 7 D Potts M Plesea M Powalle B Besednlk C Pltt J Plskus M Prendergast G Pomter B Ponce J Pulver Run 3 T lxevern R Otto F Parsons K Pekas E Palm J Eeckhout A Paulovcm R Palmer R Pejeau D Papesh F. Kockevar C Parsons I i I 1 C7 i I 'wi I YV I 1 .14 fix ,, i HOMEROOM 325-Raw If R. Perry, M. Fitzsimmons, M. Pistillo. D. Ritchie, J. Wasenda. Raw 2: M. Rast, D. Roberts, S. Robasz, L. Reibe, D. Radencic. E. Race. Row 3: C, Reider, L. Richardson. K, Rock, N, Richmond, S. Robbins, J. Romano, Row-15 W. Pettik, J. Peterson, E. Petrich, T. Perlioni, T. Polsinelli. D. Petro. R. Peterson. And the Juniors say again. "Welcome Sophomoresf' x 5 . 1 1 . 5 i -'N f ws' ' is 1 "f . i , R , , i I ' I ' s 0 - 105 I 'rt .J r I J J .JJJ JJ Ji in J HOMEROOM CHORAL ROOMfRnw 1: L. Scott, J. Slaby, J. Scott, M. Scott, J. Beck, P. Slitor, C, Kranyak. J Raw 2: B. Schmaeman, T. Occhionero, J. Sheridan, S. Smekel, E. Skerly, R. Skrout, S. Seifort, J. Sandy, J. Schael Row 3: E. Roscak, D. Schultz, C. Schroeter, R. Sanderson, C. Ryan, P. Ryan, D. Schmidt, T. Schaeffer, J. Roth. I J J J J J J HOMEROOM 326 F-Row I: K. Penny, B. Samsa, M. Scheer, P. Sawyer, J. Fox. Row 2: S. Suanway, R. Ross, L. Daugherty, J. Schneider, L. Sanders. B. Sabula. Row 3: F. McVetta, B. Rinas, J T. Reya, J. Forester, B. Reynolds, L. Schulz. Row 4: H, Reider, S. Ritz. D. Primo, N. Raasch, L. Z Long, R. Rini, L. Reinke. if ,lr Q ' ,,.f- ff, TTR ?,.h , 1 -1 . J 'S Qi? P ,.--f4l.1ii,igiIl,. ' W 2 "'-' ' "' V .- ' 2 ' .ii QQ" - ' - .A J ! . 2 A X J xx i 5 T J X C' Q ,- t J J J J 106 '- ' '1 I J S .. .f..'u5 lil IMI x 1 ll,, ' 3' -1 5 LI .' I al 'A QF' l "nr 'f u- -" "'."'. A fwmm. 'fi-5' If "'? Juni" V. HOMEROOM CAFETERIA C-Row I 1 J. Tennent, C. Thomas, R. Sven- wol. Row 2: J. Thompson, M. Taylor, C. Horn, J. Tilly. Row 3: R. Speel, D. Sobe. J. Englebrecht. Run' -1: J. Starman, T. Snyder. J. Spencer, L. Smith. HOMEROOM CAFETERIA C-Row l: T. Tekancic. B. Stroh, R. Tek- alec. Raw 2: J. Struna, B. Tekancic, P. Teras. J. Susman. Raw 3: T. Spencer, P. Johnson, S. Stamp. Row-1: G. Boyd, W. Span, H. Spivack, J. Stanwick. 107 5 HOMEROOM CAFETERIA D-Row 1: M. Troha, D. Paskey, H. Theis, C. Tomaro, A. Tam burrino. Row 2: G. Trentel, J. Twitchell, D. Ullom, R. Ullom, R. Wanchik, M. Travnik, N. Tom sich, R. Sxaraz. Row 3: D. Wagner, J. Vormelker, I. Tucceri, N. Torok, D. Urbanick, J. Urbas, M Tucker, J. Waldman. D. Schultz. Row 4: L. Stratton, K. Travis, F. Takaes, D. Susnis, J. Sturm, J Brazee, E. Struna, G. Sumph, R. Stoner. HOMEROOM CAFETERIA E-Row l: J. Usalis, F. Hatch, P. Ciccio, R. Vidmar, B. Vicic. Row 2: M. Wilk, C. Woda, D. Wheeler, S. Whitney, S. Wiskes, S. Wilson. Row 3: R. Wade, B. Winters, L. Winkler, B. Wheeler, S. White, S. Willcocks, J. Winkler. Raw 4: R. Walk, H. Vucetic, R. Bystricky, D. Vigh, K. Varhola, D. Vencl, S. Tumbry, B. Vella. .-tv V X 108 .. . 1 i HOMEROOM CAFETERIA F-Row l: G. Oesterle, T, Yurosko, D. Winter. K. Whelan. Row 2: S. Znidarsic. J. Zeider. S. Zatko. N. Zimmerman. K. Znidarsic. Row 3: C. Young, K. Zust. D. Wroniak, F. Zuchelli, P. Zaman. M. Ytiger. Run' 4: J. Puhger. G. Wieland, B. Yurosko. J. Zex nik. K. Wohlgemuth. C. We-ndorrli Row 5: T. O'Hara. R. Kalnasy, H. Winklemzin. L. Whalen, P. Zebrowski. J, Wiley. Seniors congratulate Juniors after the NHS Induction ceremony. Z? I t L l 5 ,Q l I . l ---i f 1 , , 'iffijyfy A Jil! if ,i Vi l :I ltwxxli i I l u fu I ...fx 'Q -Q ' , x V fl ,Y V 1 'N - 4 f B. Xl We r ii' 2,-J W W N lx vw, EWS 'L X Hx X. XXXL wiv aw 0 .N x ,,.' S x '- ,,,. . , ev -. I I .. ,,.:'.. ,'X',i Qj' s. E Y? is 5 2 "QM I 5,1 . in K K, i vi X N Mf 1 , Q- V H,-:L U:.M,1,af.,- - 1 'Q WY: Q Q TX FH 4 I I xx l. . N I ,i l i l , l iyil iilf lvl ' l I .llg l I 2 s E. l l . l .J il if SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Seatedx President, D. Vukcevicg Vice Presidenr, T. Burroughs. Starm'ing.' Sec- relary, S. Agrastg Treasurer, A. Elliot. ' 112 '57 -.-f"""" .X -Q., xt w i-'Y-0 Counselors work to give sophomores an appreciation of their new school. He looked up and saw the newness and bigness all around him. How very young he feltg how much he had to learn. And with a spirited glow of grown-upness, he met an important challenge: adjusting to his new high school life. Slowly he grew from a gangling youngster to a real part ofthe school. His first year wasn't easy- dodging seniors in the hall and working hard at new and different subjects. The SOPHOMORE also got a taste of the fun so much a part of Euclid. A coke in the E-Room, cheers at the J.V. games. the first dance. the sophomore party-all were fun. He made new Friendships, closer and more meaningful. And at last he began to look forward to the years that were yet to come. " ' '1 1 l '1 ! N X 5 H"iQt25:l2:ffQ?f,, ffgigkj' L ...X :N-gi., 'tif-L-f.-5 ,- . Jem. lf'1i"filE 'A" 'L N ' 1, xx . . 1 ff A 2' WL- 1 65,1-1 -Q ' f ?Y??f?5r-52 , -, ' gf . .l . A r,.,1-1. .-A...-qv. Q, . gif'-11 A - .5-is K -. QQ , C . .I N ff- .ji I . -X . A. 5 ,:3-4:--f is - A Qlg.j.:!'J Ke H "-Saw 1 'E' '-i-11:-lf :lg --, fff-1112-if A ,L 1 f 5.9 X , X . ,V E x . .ft . C., ,S - X + V, 5,5-gn gk . N . SN .H . N" .Q K ,Q ' x fff-FXR' Q, BELL' X Q.. 4- N 4 ,,,.. M, 5 .. XSL Q Mr. John Reeves, Sophomore Class Counselor. ..,, N xf'-iff 113 Miss Edith Lemon, Sophomore Class Counselor. Q xxx XX Q. Xi IK' .NL n4q,gj F l 1 i 'O N- HOMEROOM 111-Raw lf C. Anderson. T. Albertone, B. Applequist. Row gf S. Bahr, L. Avery. M. Balsley. Rim' 3. D. Bailey. R. Austin. A. Alioto. Rim' 4: J. Gospodarich. S. Adams. P. Amata. Raw 5: H. Chakirelis. R. Harriman. G. Alyes. ...Q as LJ Q7 AD HIJPQ 'Dx . HOMEROOM lll-Row l' B. Adams. R. Armstrong. P. Akra- boff. Row 2: D. Anderson, H. Bassett. Row 3g G. Antonacci. J. Bartholomew. R. Ashley. Row 4: J. Baker. K. Albertson. J. Baitt. Row 5: R. Bailey, T. Balser, D. Adams. HOMEROOM ll4-Row l: A. Bradshaw. J. Carlson. T. Burroughs, L Boyce, J. Boyton. Ruw 2: C. Bradshaw. D. Bromley. L. Brendorfer. B Brown,,B. Burger. C. Brandich, G. Brandt. P. Bryant. Raw 3: R. Brown, P Brancae, S. Buchwald. B. Buchar. S. Brain. P. Blattau, J. Briggs. T. Burger K. Buehner. D. Bubonics. Row 4: L. Burgin. D. Brougher. T. Campagna T. Brown, J. Breen. J. Budas. T. Busch. R. Brown. C. Campbell. B. Broos .1 il 4 .. , ..4, .1 rf. '- twig. VTE v.: l s 5. sr HOMEROOM ll2-Row I: D. Bernstein. J. Silvia, J. Birchak, T. Bizosky, N. Beunak, R. Blatnick, L. Bonar. Row 2: D. Bizily, J. Kramer, M Barnhard, C. Boehmer, J. Beechuk, D. Bell, C. Bauer, J. Blassingame. Row 3: D. Baxter. D. Bennett. J. Bokar, P. Barritt, S. Bell, E. Beyer, M. Beery B. Beal, G. Boczek. Row 4: D. Blakely, R. Baur, T. Bell, F. Berge, J. Borowski, B. Blanc, W. Boag, A. Biondi, R. Bowen. C, HOMEROOM 116-Row 1: E. Kinn, C. Cozerl, J. Cefaratti, I. Cefaratti. K. Cerr, P. Chylla, W. Conrad, J. Consla. Row 2: R. Collins, M. Cergol, S. Calvert, L. Clink, P. Carroll, K. Corrigan, P. Chamberlin. S. Coode. L. Burton, E. Capretti. Row 3: D. Corbett, D. Clarke, J. Carr. J. Carpenter. D. Chiarelli, R. Carroll, B. Cherry, L. Chalfant, L. Cohen, L. Cardinale. l .L 115 "X HOMEROOIN1 l30VRmv lr C. Davis. J. Debelak. J. Delsanter. M. DeViney. Row 2: J. Donnelt, R. Custard, R. Currutt. Raw 3. B. Dembecu. J. Deely, M. Corrigan. D. Daugherty. 'Q ,Q li pf-r Q HOMEROOM 130-Row lx P. De Franco. Row 2: R. Deana, R Crane, L. Craig. Row 2: S. Doley. P. Deister. P. Dickinson. Ron 3: C. Cressen. M. Davis, P, Dilworth, L, Deegan 116 i l L s l . in l"l' 1 I HOMEROOM 133-Raw 1: H. Faint, E. Eyer, R. Engel, P. Purdy. R. Elek. Row 2: M. Dushak. P. Federico. C. Eckert. M. Fields. B. Draxler, P. Duncan. Raw 3: R. Marks. B. Farrill. D. Fike N. Kaston, P. Drosutis, S. Blatsos M. Doyle. Run' 4: L, Eaglen, G. Engelke, M. Aspinwall, M. Fletcher. A. Elliot, W. Figner, R. Fergus. HOMEROOM 207-Row 1: S. Gislason. P. Gensert, L. Gadus, M. Gault. Row 2: A. Mausser, G. Garleck, K. Fowler, L. Gerzeny. C. Flaesgarten. Row 3: L. Gaster, A, Gezann. M. Focareto, L. Goyaros. G. Francis. C. Gislason, Raw 4: F. Fox. P. Gabalac. M. Galco, H. Geddes. J. Fra- zee. Raw 5: A. Germano, M. Geiger. D. Foersle. M. Geyer. J. Friedel. H. Glenn. Row 6: A. Gooch. R. Green. H. Fox K. Goldlust. G. Gale. D. Grapatin. v 2 P- K 3 'Nj l Gorsha, A. Gorsha. R. Gugliotta. Rmr 3: G. Grdolmk. M. Hada- HOMEROOM 208fRm1' l: R. Hendy, D. Hall. Raw Z: N rich. M. Grill, C. Halus. Row-1: S. Grisard, S. Hamilton. L. Hall J. Gutka. Raw 5: F. Hale. R. Haigh. D. Griffin, R. Greitzer, Rau 6: C. Highland, J. Helmink. L. Grugel, R. Harps. 117 1 .4 17 'AN i--'vs ' T ' f '41, HOMEROOM 212 B-Row l: J. Kneale. K. Kennedy. T. Jones. F. Jernejcic. S. Tyjewski. Row Z: S. Stross. C. Iwanski, G, Irwin, K. Jambor. S. Jerkic, J. Jacavino. P. lpaxec. B. Inman. Rim' 3: J. Jurjex. K. lmbry, P. JatTray. C. Janitz, W. Komito. Row-1: R. Kermavner, H. Kirchwehm. B. Kentner. W. Kirk, R. Kendall. R. Summers. P. Schultz. W. Jedlicka. T7 HOMEROOM 215-Row lf P. Steinholf, P. Klemencic. A. KautTman, S. Kokely, B. King, M. Kalinowski, C. Kerestes, G. Kish. C. Klevay. Row 2: J. Kren, J. Kovach, D. Kasunic, N. Katanik, E. Sajna, S. Kintz, T. Krueger. J. DeWitt. Raw 3: R. Kromer. R. Lapuh, J. Kramer, R. Sutirich. R. Kovach. A. Johns. E. Dreher. J. Kosman. HOMEROOM 216-Raw l: B. Kramer, J. Kozak, M. Komar. M. Laukiavich, D. Lavo, J. Kovic. Rim' 2: R. Lausche, C. Lees, R. Kuharik. J. Krampenc, G. Krome. E. Kovacs, C. Laurich. E. Kon- ie, G. Likovic, M. Leber. Row 3: C. Leppert, D. Leber. M. Lerz, J. Leonard, T. Lesko, R. Lipstreu, R. Lee. 118 . 4 l . HOMEROOM 210-Raw l: C. Hummon, S, Howe, L. Lindic, D. Harris. Row 2: J. Mervar. J. Hattendorf, C. Hart, M. Routzahn. Raw 3: J. Hanson R. lpavec, J. Hillegas, W. Hollar. Row 4: D. Hrnyak, J. Hunt. J. Mroxnca. J. Ink. HOMEROOM 2l04Row I: A. Hlbase, M. Hobzek. R. Hudec, J. Howard Raw 2: L. Horvath, L. Hrovat. S. Hiebel, N. Hanks. Row 3: C. Hehr, C Van Scoder, S. Harris, D. Hoedt. Row-1: A. Hartnett, D, Hoppert. J. Hitty P. Hiller. Row 5: B. Houck, R. Hotchkiss, B. Humphrey, D. Hudec. 119 sx . , , K .gy l'm having a ball. HOMEROOM 221-Row lg B. Makowski. R. Marmash, B. McKinley, W. Major, J. McGarry, C. Marn, C. Maresh, D. McCullock. Raw 2: L. McGregor, M. Mulligan, L. McDonald, C. Martin, M. Mack, J. Mclntyre. M. McGraw. J. Marzi, P. Mahany. Raw 35 W. Morris, C. Morgenthaler, D. Nesbett. R. Murphy, B. Myles, L. Mooney. T. Needs, F. Milan. F. Oblak. Raw 4: J. Matrox, J. Mlakar. K. Misick, R. Medxed. T. Nowacek, L. Nason, T. Murphy, P. Milavec. HOMEROOM 229-Ruw lx S. Novotny, L. Nurmi, J. Novak, J. Palko, B. Olah. J. Pickett. R. Palumbo. Row 2: B. Pappas. P. Plcscia. L. Owen, J Papp, E. Otfak, R. Oelsner. Rm' 3 - J. Pike, G. Pinta, J. Petrou. J. Polanc, S. Platzer, B. Pasquale. Raw-14 C. Piper, W. Powell, K. Potokar, R. Pres kar. D. Podwils. P. Pleslis, D. Podobnikar. Rim' 5: S. Pctrolwicy, F. Potochnik, J. Pollack, E. Peterson, R. Plaman, T. Phillips, C. Picciano. x H Q l .5 . h .Q H qu I i 'V .-. ls... HOMEROOM 223-Row lx G. Punslares. C. Overbcrgcr, L. Kaprosy, G. Paolucci. D. Omzmski, T. Oleksy. Row 2: S. Meall, V. Maklausich, M. Milavec, C. Nelson. E. Mauser, M, Nixon E. Neat. Raw 3: G. Miller, D. Mihaly. C. Mulford, C. Kovacs, D. Mihaly. B. Miller, J. Mason, N. Mijacek. Raw 4: J. Palinkas. J. Peters, J. Orr, M. Orazen, T. Perko, C. Orebaugh, S. Naylor, S. Miller. HOMEROOM 220fRuw I: N. Lindquist, J. Lunder, A. Lovejoy, L. Loope. Row 2: L. Long, P. Maslro, G. Mackave. J. Locker. Rim- 3: N. Marolt, K. Dagley. D. Lipiak, K. Lutz. Run'-1: M. Markatos, C. Maher, C. Mansperger, B. Maeder. -X. 'kt' HOMEROOM 220-Rnw l: M. Lucas. J. Lesiak. D. Lukat, J. Leskovec. Raw 2: T. Markley, S. Simmons, O. Loading, J, Malz. Raw 3: L. Lege, V Lowe, K. Love, K. Lybarger. Row 4: J. McKee, D. Lyman, D. Maaswinkel, B. March. J'- . xg i 121 4 xwiwu , f FEED 3 R. Ronke, R. Rogell, K. Ricket, J. Ruscin, T. Russ, L. Rost. l wish those seniors would let us study inside. HOMEROOM 30lYRow lf S. Rechner, P. Quigley, J. Reider. J. Pugliese. J. Renner, Ruw 2: S. Redmond, G. Polis. A. Rabun, K. Popiolek, L. Poese. V. Paradiso. Rim' 3' S. Potocer. B. Raymond. M. Prokopovich, G. Punoch. L. Rees, M. Radwanick. Rim' 4: K. Pierce, G. Pratt. N. Rakas, L. Reba, S. Foy, K. Purtill. R. Ranker. Row 5: R. Carter, J. Ramona. J. Randt. R. Randolph. J. Rechner. R. Racker. J. Renko, G. Rothrack. v 122 N HOMEROOM 303-Row l: T. Ruple, A. Russ, J. Rath, L. Rositano, D. Ruff. Raw 2: R. Ricksecker, M. Reider, S. Schade, M. Roma, S. Roskoph. J. Rossodi- vita, L. Scheid. P. Rosenblatt. Raw 3: C. Ruebish, B. Rowles, J. Menart, L. Ritter, P. Locastro, S. Ryder, E. Sceranka, F. Rocco. Row 4: D. Reynolds, W. Repasy, .7 A .4 H254 rf' XI HOMEROOM 310-Row l' L. Taylor, NN. Urbancic. D. Llncapher. R. Tubacek, N. Syracuse. Rim' 2. M Tipping, D. Tyjewski, M, Toth, M. Toth, B. Trauger. Rim- 3: J. Thurp. J. Thronberens, C. X agaslty C. Turk M. Theodosian, R. Vaccariello. Run' -1. J. Ursini, P. Vandetti. R. Templeton. J. Szilagyi. Rim' 5. P. Ezzo, P Turk. M. Tokes, D. Turk, K. Tuckcrmun. Rim' 6: Tekzmec, J. Ulepic, M. Tabor, J. Trohenter, T. Tucker HOMEROOM 306 Ron l W Schmenk. S. Oznowich, J. Sharp, D. Sharp, J. Ryan. Raw 2: H. Schieb, P. Sears. L. Simpson, L. Schexe. C. Se dusky P Seleman M Hasto E Schneider. Row 3: R. Seaman, J, Schultz, J. Schultz, D. Simon, B. Sheppard, P. Shambaugh, P. Gallager. Ron 4 B Schench W Hale T Sawyer M. Sabota, J. Semenik, J. Sabath, B. Sehuler, R. Will. YI '- UL is z 4 l O .. - K "- .,, XJ 'C' Q it-2. i t 1 J swf- . , I -, H 1 -'fZM,4-Qagiyw-, .V fl '17 l cz 3 HOMEROOM 320-Raw l:C. Weiss, D. Vargo, M. Winters, D. Wiltshire. Row 21 R. Golobec. B. Vidensek. E. Vesey, J. Vukcexie, P. Wilcox. Raw 3: G, Westertield, C. Valles. P. Watterman. D. Vitanza, D. Walsh. Raw 4: S. Watson, V. Wick, M. Wagner, P. Waldron. Raw 5: D. Wheeler, R. Von Sick. K. Walters. D.Vukce- vie, A. Wallace. Raw 6: G. Wiekes, T. Wilson. R. Verhotz, T. Wohlgemuth, J. Vidmar, R. Wood. HOMEROOM 308AR0w lx A. Strong. J. Stinson, D. Swisher. M. Springer, T. Springer, C. Staz, Raw 2: M. Stefanchik, J Strazier, K. Stone, C. Somich, J. Stanek, S. Tarantino, J. Stillinger, S. Stefanko. Raw 3' B. Tercek. B. Strang, L. Teal, R. Sternen S. Teitelbaum, S. Stojetz. N. Stoneback, D. Stock, S. Sweeney, B. Svekric. Row 4: J. Sumrada, S. Sulak, W. Strekal, K. Stoner M. Strainiek, B. Swindell. Rim' 5. F. Svekric, D. Struna, D. Spokas, G. Stanton, T. Stoiber, R. Stauffer. gr .Q X, ' 124 nl W vi 0 ,- CO .Q '- T7 C, x .A X ' ff qs.. N ' .-x ,.. HOMEROOM 307-Raw 1: B. Sederholm. Li. Jennrich. .l. Shim. L. Singer, J. Somrak. Raw 2: K. Slater, A. Springer, D. Shrujner. E. Sokol, L. Sornruk. J. Slanta, J. Koenig. Raw 3: J. Bender, P. Smith. V. Snow, E. Spiilek, C. Soeder, B. Spall, J. Seheufier. Rim' 4' J. Smolie, J. Seback, T. Snyder. A. Sluga, K. Shirk, R. SielulT. E. Germ, T. Siu. HOMEROOM 326B-Row l: S. Koren. E. Zagar. W. Zatiino. T. York, J. Zimmerman. Run- 2: B. Zupancie, S. Yanchar, B. Wileoxon. C. Pouiin, E, Wilke, S, Wjlggn, S, Yabraff, Rim- 3: K. Yane, M. Zola, L. Brock, P. Yapel, A. Will, A, Winet, M. Wilzke, N. Williams. J. Wright. Rim' 45 A, Wotsch, W. Zeravica. J. Worgull, J. Zigman, J. Wyban, J, Kapsch, J. Yednock, J. Zimmerman. 5 1 N QQ w N 1 'T 1 x w--.' f .x V .sf A ul Lf- if 'X N s' Lg. ...sl I if ' Nr 15? R Q 5-vu D. '0"'uibk :.'1'5::s , WK -Oli .l.""v" x 1 -,ry-Q - 'Q mar x we . L-rj f ig! W' i,5J'J-4 5 C'.v3Q,v 'F P 4 1 1 "ad 'E-F 11 ir,v- What are the important moments in the life of a high school student? All of them. really. Some moments are more memorable, more dramatic, more climactic than others. Yet the big moments-such as those recorded in the 1961 EUCLIDIAN-are only the peaks founded upon other significant moments ofpreparation. of effort. of sacrifice. of decisions made for the durable satisfac- tions of life. Whatever course your future life may take. the time spent at Euclid Senior High School will always play a momentous part. Years are made of months. months of days. days ofhours, hours of minutes. Wise investments of time here will pay rich dividends for your future. Congratulations to all who have labored to record these significant moments of your high school life. Lester E. Angene Superintendent of Schools rite, 'D-,-.,....f As the Director of Secondary Education MR. ROBERT HOLLOWAY carefully supervised the secondary schools in Eu- clid. With the education and welfare of the students in mind, he worked continu- ally, with excellent results. i r f 'Q wh.. C' ,.. '47 3342 . ., vii , VE!! :L 16 ,gf A I .. 5 . 's K . .533 .,-: A' 5' - T is v A y lf- L Su-3' S 4 'P , g 4 15 X ,.v4 5 tt 19. . it 133 gi : vi , I .4 s QS - Q iff, he lv-f Building for better education. SCHOOL BOARD-Lcfr m Tomko, Loyal Luikart. right: Mary King, Paul Reynolds, Dale Mansperger. William ll- Watching the construc- tion ofthe new Administra- tion Building this year gave Euclid students a chance to reflect upon the work done by the BOARD OF EDI'- CATION. the framework of the school system. f"f Ni... N,,'..""9", It has been an exciting time each year when the EUCLIDIAN is OFF the press and delivered to the stu- dents. This year, I am sure. will be no exception. The fine student staff, under faculty supervision. has worked as a unit to make this excellent production possible. To all of them I extend congratulations and thanks. You are anxious now to leaf through the pages and relive many activities pictured and related here. I am sure you will be proud that you own the EUCLIDIA N. I know that you will cherish this yearbook increasingly throughout the years ahead. This is a high school geared to the tremendous drive and expected accomplishments ofthe 6O's. Each ot' you has a vital role to play in this important drama. May your contributions in the years ahead be emblematic of the fine training you have received at Euclid Senior High School. Sincerely, Clifford G. Owens Principal DR. BERGEM clashed the cymbals to- gether. The amateur band never sounded better. and the drummer was spirited and enthusiastic. Playing drums was one way for our Dean of Boys to release tensions acquired after hard work at school. His jobs here were many and he handled them well. MISS GILLMAN walked briskly down Fifth Avenue amid a throng oflast-minute shoppers. Christmastime in New York was spirited and gay, but her exciting va- cation had reached its end. Back at school Wednesday morning. our Dean of Girls was ready to aid and advise, and solve many problems. ,pm JV' K- f I ,,.i,.5 All-expense-paid journeys to colleges around the country, colorful tours in a rented car through lovely New England campuses-these are some of the enjoy- able experiences concurrent with MRS. SHEATSf job of Assistant Principal in charge of college counseling. Although often finding it necessary to wait several weeks for an appointment, each senior planning to attend college became ac- quainted with Mrs. Sheats during helpful personal conferences. Through these con- ferences. Mrs. Sheats guided students to- ward making the right decisions and proved to be indispensable. UMR. HUNTER, do you have a band- aid?" asked an injured student. "What'? You aren't the doctor? But I always thought . . ." And one more student left the office adjacent to that of the nurse. An unfamiliar man walked into a class and sat down. "Pssst." whispered a wor- ried student, '5who's that spying on us?" Contrary to popular belief, this man is neither a school physician nor a spy. In- stead, often sitting in on classes to observe teaching methods, he is the Assistant Principal in charge of faculty. Driving to school daily in a gray sports car was one of the busiest members of Euclid High's administration. Assistant Principal in charge of school organiza- tions, MR. GRAHAM had hardly a free minute during the day. After setting up the school calendar in advance with the dates for all school events. Mr. Graham checked building permits. chaperones. and many other problems that came up. This year he worked with the new IBM system of grade cards and other school records for the first time. 131 VT! 1 ,,s,"' 'QT'- T i m Ov xi 'QB' I .W X li ll . -2 X W SECRETARIES-Row lx M. Thompson, B. Fullerton. J. Edwardsen, M. Stein. Row 2: R. Piper, i R. Carlson. M, Turk. I. Barber, D. Pintar, J. Boyer. 1 T 'l l I i u ' u ' i l i i "' ll' i 4,.,.....pv- i LIBRARIANS-Lejl ru right: C. Shearer, J. McCormack, B. Hamman, B, Farris, l i i l At four-thirty, after most ofthe students were gone, the school was still full of activity. The nurse was just leaving after a day of thermometers and aspirin. Up- stairs the four librarians catalogued books and piled them high. The cafeteria workers began to prepare food for a banquet at eight o'clock. and the maintenance staff reaclied the school for a busy morning. 132 ' 'I I l Q55 ' r lf " 51.443 I A 1-1 42-.Jil .Un 3 lv 2 1' a X! MAINTENANCE STAFF-Row l: J. Ojnik, J. Jackson, F. Marn, J. Nanco, M. Berus, Raw 2: A. Giameio. F. Hamilton, M. Mahne, A. Rome, A. Schepke. Raw 3: R. Trisionne. Raw 4: J. Ganser, L. DeMore, P. Clark, A. Fellows, K. Misiazek. N.,-,R F. , Mrs. Helen Wise, School Nurse CAFETERIA STAFF-Raw l: E. Braeshear. li. Bauer, J. Paladino, E. Zimmerman, J. I ' Lonchar, M. Dondrea. Ruw 2: H. Coy, M. Bitzner, A. Eckenrod, C. Picciano, M. Pesec, F. Colbert. Raw 3: L. Strako, B. Thomas, C. Douglass, J. Youngberg, M. Hoffart. I. Sandberg. 133 J lx i- I ei I l l 5. ,fix at 1. 's -,.,:a-.f -- ...:,f'-f-- l qui-ZA, I V A " l Q ll - ' W 0 1 N, f. lllll ll H Qs fi ll ll 1, i ,. 'X- , l Il 5' l 1 l . l ' l 1 I i' 1 l ' ' Y N - l l -.Qi ' li l l l l l i ll if l l N fe . ' " K mf 3 -'fl l l it 'sc 2'-'f l Q V it 2 l l l ll l l .sts-M X Robert Addis Socizzl Stm1'iv.v Kent State University B.Sc. Baseball Coach Beverly Allen Home .-iris Ohio State University BS. Alvin Amster Blisirztmpt' Eduvarion Western Reserve University B.A. M.A. Sponsor, Bookstore Joan Appel Eizglislz Cornell University of California Western Reserve B.A. Charles Asher Social Stzidiex University of Louisville Miami University B.Sc. M.A. Football. Baseball Coach Frank A. Aultz Reading Improvement Mount Union College Kent State University Western Reserve B.A. M.Ed. 5-pf' if 'A Paul W. Avers Mathematics Capital University Kent State University Hiram College B.Sc. in Ed. 134 It was fixed! , K5 N ix KJ., , .VL ' Ronald A. Backos Scienve California State Teachers' College Kent State University B.S, in Ed. L+ N95 if . ,QW .. Q , ,Q i It " ff ne-X. N . A.-v 'A Olin A. Bailey Science, Chairman Rio Grande College Ohio State University Kent State University Western Reserve A.B. in Ed. M.S. Sponsor. Movie Club Lillian Barrow B1t.s'inei.v EtfIlC'UIl'0l1 Muskingum College Ohio University University of Pittsbu B.Ed. M.Ed. Harold Blackburn English Otterbein College Western Reserve A.B. M.A. Chairman. United Appeal Katherine Bognar Language Notre Dame College Western Reserve B.A. rgh laurel Honnelli l'l1x'.iit'ul lftlnt tllirlrl Western Reserve John Cttrroll University BS. Sponsor, Mujorettcs. , ' . if x Ci.A.A. Bowling ,1,,...yl . I I, 5 ,M Adrian Buerger .'llurl1t'lm1Iic'.i University of Dayton Ohio State University Bse. 'fa-3 gifs .L . V C t Hugh Caldwell .'l11:fl10n1t1Iic'.s' Defiance College Indiana University Purdue University '3 :XV I Western Reserve wg, Hiram College Q7 B.Sc. in Ed. . MS, e Ass't. Baseball Coach James M. Calvert Biology North Central College Ohio State University Western Reserve , ia ,st BAA MA. ' I Pera Campbell English K 5' Q Defiance College ' IJ ' University of Wisconsin 'rs Ohio State University ' -v T Kent State University i V BA. s.. M.A. gs-vi Sponsor. l Student Council ' Arlene Carter Biology, Heullli Bowling Green University Trinity University . 'ei Western Reserve B.Sc. in Ed. Sponsor. Friendship Club T.- CCC ---.--,. l i i 4 l 'S I I 4 1 t 7 X . V k. in .. " i Ak, 4 X l W ,... as ll " " ll l l l fy- .fr A , ,l 1,7-oi' J B I l X " i i N s .T 5 i +311 , ' ' 5, ." -S, J i l . i fEvf2:.4. l 1:51 -tgxtkw, .. . l .L ' At L i x E x.. WI I fix, . . ? 3 ll ' l l l - f ,fs 'I 1 rvi ? t l l i t Lillian M. Centa Huuit' firm Fenn College VVestern Regerve BSC. MSC. Sponsor. Junior Red Crow Council Nancy Clarlt SLIEIZL U Allegheny College L'niver5ity of Michigan BSC. MA. Carl Clements ,S'a'l'u1ttv Capital University Ohio State University BSc. James F. Cliilel :'llt1tl1cn1uIit'.t' John Carroll University B.S,Sc. Patricia Cook Erzglitli Webtern College for Women Miami University BA. Sponsor. Friendship Club Jean Cox El14Qfl.XfI Allegheny College Columbia Univeraity University of Pittsburgh A.B. Robert Wall Crary S04 fuf SIl1zI'ft'.Y Ohio State University Western Reaerve St. Lawrence University BA. BS. MA. . -- 5 ff 5 fi lt. ' rw... t Y Mario DeLeon SCl4'llt't' California State Teachers College B.Sc. in Ed. Harold Daugherty llZlI'llSll'lllI Arls Ohio University BSC. in Ed. Basketball Coach l fffs'-t"'Q"s we-' - ' S-. ' ,. 3 . .Ch N Y QLD" William Demora Social Studies Ohio State University Kent State University Indiana University BS. MS. Forrest H. Diehl Stttltll Sllttlithx Hiram College Kent State University University of Colorado HA. Clarence Eckert llltlIl.XII'ltll firm Kent Slate University Western Reserve l-3.5. M .A. Wrestling Coach Wilton lielsley l1'11,i,'l1'.x'!1, fillillfllltlll Mount Union College Kent State University Penn State University DePauw University Western Reserve BA. MA. Sponsor. Survey A M.Ed. Ass'l. Cross Country litlitorial Stall' V , L - M fs- 2, hf .TG 1'Q"f' .' -r "A 3 -Q' .. f ,. x N F . . H S, Fl ' W -so Flffiii 5 il?" 1 l ' 273' i I A . fin X A i " f is 'N' - ',Zf.,s 5 X, Donald G. Eisen Ahmed Feiiague Marv FOSHHY Eliglixli Lcuzgttuge E'l-fllfll Western Reserve Ohio State University Bowllilg Qffen A.B. Mexico City College University Sponsor, Spectrum BSC. in Ed. Ursuline College BA. l-ranls F. Fowler' .'ltflll,llt'tl C'i1rm'nl11n1 Ohio State University Bowling Green University Ohio University BS. in Agr. BS. in lid. Audree S. Fox l'liy.ii4'ul Iftllltllfiitlll Bowling Green University 11. John Carroll University n B S Sponsor. G.L,C.. Pep Club, Cheerleaders, Majorettes Kathryn Frye Home Arm Kent State University BS. Sponsor. Friendship Club Fat Panthers looking fat. I -:. 1 it. ,.. ' ' "4fhjff?'.:. 'x 9 if K Q. .,- 7,A xg . 4,4 Q 'X A wc - .w i. . 'N f Qin! 'mg xt 6 lx e-. " t. V 'X - it Here John F. Griffin A1llIfIt'HlllflL',Y Western Reserve B.S. M.A, X , this ought to take care of that traffic ticket, Beatrice Hamman Lihruriuu Western Michigan University BA. BLS. Ronald Harding Social SI14a'ie.t' Ohio University Western Reserve B.Ed. ,4"fs. 138 Aloysius Galicki Industrial Arts Ohio University Western Reserve Fenn College Kent State University B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Football Coach Katheryn Gates Lllllgllllgt, Marshall College A.B. M.A. Annarosa Ginevra Business Dyke SL Spencerian Business College Kent State University B.Ed. Sponsor. Future Business Leaders of America Clayton D. George Business Ezizzcutiolt Fenn College Kent State University BSC, in Ed. M.Ed. Sponsor, Euclidian Business Staff Dale Harper Music' Cincinnati Conservatory of Music University of Cincinnati University of Akron Western Reserve B.Sc. M.A. Band 84 Orchestra Director ' '.f"x. it . Visa - I if. it K nr l 1 ,. . 'fir ,J rss -'SP -xl 'sea' Joan Hassen Englislz, Government Temple University Youngstown University If PU in 5. rn F- i l Q? W., ,I v gv . es. 'Ns 5 . Yi VY--. 3 nv T1 . Il . M 15 W. Dciin Hiiwver St'll'lIl'L' Ohio Suite University- Kent Suite University BSc. in Agriculture BSc. in Ed. Sponsor. Biology Cluh Cliiudiu Hepner .'iIll4'I'il'zlH Hismry College of William K Marv B.A. Gertrude Hoeger Izzdiixfriul Arts Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University Western Reserve Cleveland Institute of Art BSC. in Ed. Frank I-loffert Social Studies Western Reserve BA. If that ret' makes one more had call. l'll hit him with my purse. Richurd Hungerford Ilizlmlrinl flrlx' Hirzini College Kent State University BA. BSC. Merwin A. Hunltin Erzfglisli Cleveland College Western Reserve BA. Czirlu Hunt Pliysiuil Edlll'tlIli0lI Kent Stiite University BSC. Sponsor. Swim Club lack L. Jenkins Druniiifiur Indiana University BSC. M.A. Sponsor, Thespiiins Sponsor. Stiige Club Q "VS i fp- Fi V134 0 1? -1.3. , Z , -A fx lift Y--fi gm, X V X ,, . i . .. fs, .Q-. -P' 5 i Rs-Y B W 2 ,. A 'K Q t 'sf .sg k !,'V' 1'Zj"'r I l YT? i . i " J ' 1 1 . '- 4 si V' ,M J -: Qui i iii 21.3 . r 5 W. --me . -, 5. ..i- -. --cf 1 I J .lx gtg- n g- K. Fred Johns Counselor' Western Reserve Kent State University Ohio State University B.Sc. M.A. Sponsor, Senior Cabinet Albert Judge Science Kenyon Kent State University University of Florida Western Reserve B.Sc. in Chem. B.Sc. in Ed, M.Ed. Sponsor, P.A. Club Milton J. Kadlec Industrial Arts Illinois State Normal University John Carroll University B.Sc. in Ed. Sponsor, Letterman's Club Football Coach Richard R. Keay Science Kent State University Miami University Western Reserve Ohio State University A.B. M.A. Athletic Director K N Qf em- 'F - --:Qs 'Hr' - ex 'V-' .A 140 e T .. Not many boys out for wrestling this year Edith K. Lemon Counselor Northwestern College Western Reserve B.Sc. M.A. Counselor Charles Lewis Adjusted C,lll'J'fCIt1IlllI Western Reserve Ohio State University B.B.A. James W. Lindsay Social Studies Baldwin-Wallace College Wesleyan University B.A. M.A.T. Assistant Football, Track Coach Sponsor. N.A.S.S. Elaine M. Lokar Home Arts University of Wisconsin Ohio State University John Carroll University B.Sc. . l pi' Q sw S : xtfzzszsl-3" h 7 :hifi Marjorie Malina Embert M. Martin Home Arts Iriiluxlriiil Arts Ohio State University Iowa State University Mexico City College B.Sc. University of Colorado B.S. ' S F A . . .. James McCampbelI Erzglislz Northwestern University B.Sc. Sponsor. Euclidian Editorial Stall David N. McKelvey Biixirzess Ecliiculiori Muskingum College Indiana University Gregg Shorthand College B.A. MS. in Ed. Sponsor. Typing Club Herbert Nold Irzdnsrrinl Arts Ohio University Bowling Green University Kent State University Eugene Noble Industrial Arts Ft. Hays Kans College B.Sc. as State 'Wei An B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Sponsor. Foreman's Club. Spirits' Club Tennis Coach i 7X TS Phyllis Mastin Efiglisli Eastern Kentucky State College A.B. Sponsor, Friendship Club NB. Robert E. McLaughlin Gerzerul Metals Kent State University B.S. C f . 'l 'ya fr- S 'f f Marita Mathews El1xL'li.X'll Eastern Kentucky State College AB. Sponsor, Friendship Club t .5 Edmund Mize Bn.vir1es.v Et1'Ill'LlIil7ll Ohio State University Ohio University Kent State University B.Sc, Sponsor, Survey Business Staff This is good, but compared to my students from N irginia Angelo Mazzocco Sf7tll1i.Yl1 Ohio State University B.A. BSC. in Ed, ! Q A Qu I , I .V D. - . .. , fri 9?.lf, X ' .ti-new 1 Donald R. Mohr Plzysieal El!llt'lIIiUlZ Baldwin-Wallace College Bowling Green University Western Reserve B.A. M.A. Head Football Coach T. 'el f.i , l l l ll 1 , i . l ll, . . 1 ll ' qv"-H . il L 2' l A i A !", I if lv exe' l l A I l l l . . l l l 1 ll ' fs Q 1 . 1 at Yff' l l I l i 3 1 l l ,I W. Ka R l l i wi seg , x. , x .. 1 Qflggo .-lf l 1-?i 9f e1S? s r William E. Palmer Bzzxirzess Et1llt'tlIi0l1 1 Ball State Teachers' College B.S. in Ed. June G. Phypers Buxiness Edllcarion Denison University Western Reserve Spencerian School of Commerce. Accts. CSL Finance New York University Radcliffe College Middlebury College AB.. M.A. Frank Pringle English St. Bonaventure University St. Francis College Bucknell University John Carroll University Western Reserve Kent State University Penn State University B.A. Michael Raicevich Social Sludiex Ohio University B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Sharon Ramlow English University of Toledo B.Sc. in Ed. John E. Reeves Counselor Kent State University Western Reserve Columbia University B.Sc. M.A. Now boys, this is where the bank is located Howard E. Reminick English University of Toledo B.Ed. Asst. Wrestling Coach Charles Reno Science. Mathematics Edinboro State Teachers College Western Reserve Arizona State University B.S. Martin Reno Science, Matlzenmtics Edinboro State Teachers College Harvard University B.Sc. M.Ed. Victor Resch Physical Education Miami University tOhioJ University of Miami tFla.J B.S. in Ed. Swimming Coach 4 ,..,.,- ,,.s-.-.mv ,. I l test Q ,Ev Wyse' t H. 'S -cr ',1 3 tt" . Leonard Robuck English Western Reserve B.A. M .A. 1 af 4-'r William E. Saul Business Education Westminster College Western Reserve Erie Business College John Carroll University B.B.A. ' 7 ' bf' . I -1- 6 David Allen Reser lllurlianiizlifs Miami University BSC. in Ed. fi 1- .-gl A ,gt lf ..,' H' i s E v a ,QQA lu , ,. Q , -is li .slfmf I ,. ' - Terry ROSS Roger Round Marcia L. Rust English Englislz English, Journalism Qhlo Wesleyan Mount Union College Ohio Wesleyan B.A. Penn State University University Assy, Football Coach Kent State University Western Reserve Ass't. Track Coach A-B' BA' M.E. M.A. lit.. 1. "if Charles Sawyer Business Educarion Kent State University B,Ed. Sponsor, N.F.L. tDebateJ Sponsor, Eucuyo How much do I need for lunch? T1 E, I 'i ii - l gl l in ll 'I ll Donald Rinkes A4LIIllE'll1LlIiL'X Muskingum College West Liberty State College West Virginia University Ohio State University Kent State University Case Institute of Tech. Fenn College B.Sc.. M.Ed. 4 Sponsor, Camera Club ,1 l- .,, , its' l , l l ft RK Otto Santos Business Education l John Carroll University l Kent State University B.S. B.A. -A :sau-mf., L. -Q:..l4g.,1 QL.. .ng -,-z.:-Q .,.,,. - il. uf. . . . l v rs in -14 ,M- W , a Q-A 1 N L, M, I X Carol Sembric English St. Mary's College St. Mary of the Springs College University of Laval Western Reserve B.A. Linda Slavin Physical Education Western Reserve University of Michigan B.S. Sponsor. G.A.A. Delmar V. Smith Business Education. Clzairman Ohio Northern University Columbia University International College of Business Administration M.A. Director of Placement '15 in 5? Q-Lev' f S 2 X . 510' How would you like to try out for Choral Masters. son? 'J .SQ ' . - .3 Q it -- Q 11 .1. 1 V- f . f-iz.,-, L ' f- . ':1.'nafd1.51':44 , 1 . . . '- ,a,,5:vg.x t.... H...-...h2s:,kg.-121. n ,. Qu ., . . - I. .... Ltgmfi. M I t :A ti-g::f::n::i'.4-I--.q. ,Q 5,705 ig- Z W? Granville B. Smith English Duquesne University Indiana State Teachers College Penn State University B.S. M.A. Ruth Smith Social Studies Flora Stone Mather Western Reserve A.B. M.A. Sponsor. F.T.A. John Snodgrass Social Studies Ohio State University Baldwin Wallace College B.A. Meigs A .iw V.: 4 .J-if sf ,l"'X ,.. A ff '-R15 -N if f '41 l I l R ,Y H. W. Spangler Science Heidelberg College Western Reserve BA. M.S. Mary Ann Spretnak English, Social SIIIIUES Miami University Western Reserve B.Sc. in Ed. Merwin R. Staines Industrial Arts New York State University University of Colorado B.Sc. M.Ed. William A. Starr Clienzislry, Physics Indiana State College Allegheny College B.S. John Supance Industrial Arts Ohio University Stevens Point Teachers College Kent State University B.Sc. in Ed. M.Ed. Asst. Basketball Coach Helen Stewart Counselor Kent State University Western Reserve Ohio State University University of Zurich. Donald Steinbrink Science Ohio State University B.S. in Agriculture B.S. in Ed. Sponsor, Biology Club l I Switzerland University of Hawaii B.Ed., M.Ed. M.A. L- - H' if , 145 ll. . . , jx -.ii 1 . uv, -19-b .-m PL Ii . - -v . :N -3-" a...'1 -N. . .,. ua., Mr. Harper greets the hand with his usual sunny smile James Stuckey Cecelia P. Stillman Social Smilies Government. Economics Bluffton Colle e Radcliife College Ohio State University Western Reserve B.A. AB- M.A. 'R eh. '7'fi l l i il ii Ili' till: i i . v I it il l. ii it l l i l ll l Teachers congratulate each other after students produce successful play. an R., 39 N ." , Clarence Swackhamer Physical Educarion, Chairman Wilmington College Ohio University Columbia University Ohio State University B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. ' w. . , . fs ' . is Q3 i. ' -6 , ., i -K . A 8 LI. Lt Dale Thompson Mailzenmtics Butler University West Virginia University Muskingum College A.B. Cross Country. Track Coach s 41 sf Q? L., 6' V Judith Sweet English Ursuline College A.B. I " . 1 jig. V ' Stephen Sydor Russian, English Ohio State University Indiana University I Sam W. Taylor. Jr. Music High Point College Northwestern University B.A. B.Sc. in Music B.S. M.Music M.A.T. Choral Director ., af " . ' J, Q + A 1. A-fi , sk - f -cl 7 ' Norman Thompson Frank Troglia Mafia Vida Urbancic Science Counselor 5Pl1'1i-VI, W0fld Hisfvff' Kent State University Ohio State University Notre Dame College Western Reserve B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. Sponsor. Movie Club Western Reserve B.Sc. M.A. 146 Western Reserve A.B. H-.1 tg,-'f Edward T. Tekieli Business Glenville State College W. Virginia University A.D. M.S. Asst. Football Coach Asst. Baseball Coach J. V. Basketball Coach ea- A i Anthony V. Vaccariello Language Miami University Western Reserve B.Sc. in Ed. M.A. in Ed. Sponsor, Ad Club Faculty Manager of Athletics ef-we-9 ks- A - -iv ' ,gt I. 1.1 L S 4 I 'aw Q l . E' 1'1- ii 'i Lawrence A. Wilson Science Kent State University B.S. Fred A. Vollman Industrial Arts. Chairman Western Reserve Cleveland Institute of Art Kent State University B.Sc, in Ed. Xf Y: ,f y- lf., ff- - v Robert E. Yocum Bll.S'lllU.X'.S' EtlllL'llfl11ll Kent State University BSC. in Bus. Ed. fi Us , . .'--fry l 44' Margaret Zimmerman Lllllflltlllfl' Moravian College for Women Middlebury College Columbia University B.A. M.A. Nothing goes on behind my back that I don't know about. M.A. in Art Stanley Whiteside Social Studies. Chairman Ohio University Ohio State University University of Wisconsin Lewis and Clark College B.A. George Wiley C0-Ordirzator, Special Achievement Classes Oberlin College Western Reserve Ohio State University A.B. M.A. Beula Wilson .MUIl1PI7l!Ill'CS, Clmirnmn University of Southern California Western Reserve B.A. X x 4, X 1 .ff gl A.,-"Q .- 5 ,iw -I-. '. 'T M.A. l ,ff Y M N I H i j ri M 1 Q Y k F' 1 I C ' 1 W H 5 1 1 I i 1 L, Ik 7, N 'Q-gg ff .qv i . fx? R fix Q 1 I fqqqaf -Q' rx N St? It is eleven-thirty on a certain Sunday evening. A weary sophomore closes his literature book and emits a deep sigh. He realizes that tomorrow he will have to know Silas Marner forward and backward for his ENGLISH CLASS. It is twelve-thirty the following Monday mornihg. A juniorsem aide hm copy of Aloby Lhck and rubs hh eyes. This year his English class has emphasized Ameri- can literature. Now his only hope is that he will be able to remember just what that white whale symbolizes. It is one-thirty that same morning. A senior swallows his last sip of black coffee. puts a sheet of paper in his typewriter, and begins his explanation of Macbeth's character. He clenches his typewriter eraser in his teeth and hopes his paper will be finished within the next few hours. 150 x 3 - , , .. .. .ws-.ss...w: .' , Demonstration speeches encourage self-confidence and imagination. 1 l I'm flunking French: C'est la vie. I'm ilunking Spanish: Asi es la vida. I'm flunking Latin: Vita est. I'm Hunking German: So ist das Leben. l'm Hunking Russian: BUT KHK. Even these familiar groans are encour- aging to the LANGUAGE teacher listen- ing through his earphones at the front of the lab. Patiently he repeats the compli- cated phrase. The class renews its efforts to translate the language to the English idiom. Conjugate verbsg decline nounsg study idiomatic expressions: combine all of these into coherent sentences. As the French tape ends, the student turns the lesson switch to "off," and wearily rises to leave. Regardless of his temporary de- pression, he will be back tomorrow to try again. Each day he gains a little more un- derstanding of the basic principle of his language and of the country where it originated. Mr. Smith leads book report discussions in the English Seminar I .A t , .... l i . off F J , U 4' , X '07 151 Broadway . . . "Relax, Olivier, and take it over again. This time don't drop the eggs." "Miss Merman, try it with the glasses cupped on your hands." "Miss Martin, why don't you try throw- ing your hat into the air? No, no, not that high! Now you'll have to get it down from the light." The students retrieve their props, take a deep breath, and prepare to perform their skits again. Under the imaginative direction of Mr. Jenkins they are gaining stage experience in their DRAMATICS CLASS that will beneht them if they never take Broadway by storm. "Sir Lawrence, I think you might look better in a baseball uniform." "Ethel, if you'll wait a minute I'll help you get the glasses off your hands? "Mary, I'll get your hat downf' come! The brush swirls down and around, leaving a Wet purple track behind it. An agile hand turns a lump oleold clay into a willowy ligure in abstraction, In ART CLASS our young Michelangelo has a chance to express himself: his feelings and emotions, his inner character. And though the glaring blotches on a canvas seem pointless and artless to some, they have a special meaning for their creator. He has given of his time and of himself and has created. N. t .-t...,.,,.Q.v r J to., A 5 ,. . 1 it An art student works for perfection. N. 'TJ l l A 4 i 3 4 I l 5 s I 5 4 a l I 1 Tl 3 1 ,ff""' i ri . X x ing L i x L' -L.. in fr' 5 Q... From confusion . . Q 6 , A I V z,, . u we . X XX Ra 5 l M 4 -p,,3f,, wx f,4--4 ww-wuz.,--...,,WQ.., U N .- : X ' lJS'.g.gi.J'5 5. . . gg ua1'ux nuuznalxrn Ava ssafssmu E. 5 .,...,..-f..,..., ...,. X581 as Q" : . 1-ff' ' , 7' x V ' Future taxpayers learn the fundamentals of form 1040. lo organization. -rsmww-- iissg- .M uf. vu Jftgqpv, V W, :.:,,gQ.g5iAA.5i'IW'fYlS wif: I ,iw--n..-lkLf,ggvun h fi. mqgw u,s mowsuuax :aroma '11 :mw- ,X., n all? Think: write. Thinkl discuss. This pat- tern, followed in JOURNALISM CLASS, teaches students to organize their thoughts into clear, meaningful words, phrases, themes and news stories. Since the class is not rigidly bound to a textbook more time than usual is devoted to dis- cussions, which range from the merits of the latest movies, records, and plays, through the techniques of advertising and propaganda, and even to the pros and cons of censorship. fli It Q Walking through the halls during any could hear classes discussing life and its world centers as remote from each other Formosa, Washington, D. C., Havana, period, one problems in as Moscow, and Berlin. These were only a few of the topics covered by the SO- CIAL STUDIES CLASSES. Others discussed problems here at home: the nation's economy, the home and fam- ily, and the workings of our government. Although the social studies classes vary widely, all have the same pri- mary purpose ofhelping students learn about the United States and other countries. their problems and their peoples. A teaeher's intluence spreads around the world. ,F, J Formaldehyde permeates the BIOLOGY classroom. At tables students pore over the internal organs of dead ish, carefully noting their digestive organs and skele- tons. Others, less inclined to serious observation, whis- per excitedly, "Hey, what's this green stuff?" "Don't throw it away. We can take it to the cafe- teria and put it on some- one's lunch tray." 1 V Q M Mw- 5 6 , ? Light explodes in a myriad of dazzling colors as a prism bends a single white ray into a shimmering rain- bow. Students in the darkened room are experimenting with light. Later, a block of wood creeps slowly down an inclined plane, and dull silver weights stretch a cop- per wire taut. Students frantically copy figures and make graphs, plotting points and drawing lines. PHYSICS CLASS: problems, pulleys, levers, vectors, headaches, and young physicists who enjoy experiments and can take hard work. 1 in Physics students use everyday objects to prove scientific theories, xy, A ball point pen a point of focus i 158 i .'. -6 'ni :NNI v X1 .4 3 an-camps 1 nnlg Trig functions present a problem. Armed with the tool of his trade, a slide rule pro- truding from a back pocket, the MATHEMATICS stu- dent begins his test. He feels conlident. The brimming knowledge gained in past years overflows onto his test paper. The lines and angles of geometry. X's and Y's of algebra. the sines and tan- gents of trig all will proht him in future years. Yes. one day they will help him. But right now problem six has himcompletely stumped. 159 ln the BUSINESS course classes at Euclid, students learn important details of what their duties in the busi- ness world will be. They are taught how to manipulate competently various types of oflice equipment, from typewriters to duplicating machines. and struggle through the intricacies of shorthand and bookkeep- ing. These students will leave Euclid knowing they are fully prepared to be- come efficient ollice workers. Students use the various business machines to gain practical experience that c 'Q X. V1 - . t 1 X X Y x B ' Q Skillful drcssmakers display careful prep ti mon Cooking classes work hard to learn the culinary art. ,.---1 uni' "Aughh! I must have salted this twice!" is a frequent cry from the would-be cooks who work their formulas in the home economics laboratory. Mouth-watering aromas filling the halls are the sign that the girls are hard at work in COOKING CLASS, gaining valuable experience that will give them a head start as future home- makers. Armed with pattern, material, needle and thread, scissors. pins, and tape meas- ure, the SEWING student begins her first project. Cut, pin, baste, press, stitch, gos- sip. While gaining useful skill in tailoring, she creates an attractive and practical wardrobe. l l l 52 .M Curbs jump. trees move. and other drivers head for cover as Euclid's DRIVING students practice on the streets of Euclid in the driv- er training cars. Some students approach their first day in the car conhdentlyg others, appre- hensively, but bythe end of the course experience has increased their confidence. Of course. mishaps occur during the semester. but every driving student learns the essentials of safe, sports- manlike driving. lt im s tl Relaxed? Not quite. Good driver? Not quite Changing a hobby to workable knowledge. 162 The school paper, programs, and tickets are all a product of the print shop. A wrench probes deep inside the black innards of a greasy car en- gine. Searching, it finds loose bolts and grips the nut and twists and tightens it. After two periods of hard work the student mechanic turns the key and a motor, long dead and silent, bursts to life and purrs softly. That sound is thrilling for this boy, who feels a touch of me- chanical genius in himself. His Coveralls are splattered with grease, and a drop of oil trickles down his forehead as he listens to the sound of a healthy motor. AUTO SHOP gives him a chance to do what he does best, and he enjoys it. "Printers' devils" sit hunched over trays of type. They reach into the tiny compartments and pull out the squares of lead. Slowly, methodically, they set the type in place by hand. At last the job is ready for printing. In another room the Survey rolls from the grind- ing presses. Ink glistens on great slabs of metal cast in a linotype ma- chine. A sheet of aluminum whirls 'round and 'round on an offset press nearby, leaving a mottled pattern of black on white paper. Here in the PRINT SHOP the printers' devils learn the various techniques of the trade. The whine is high-pitched and deafening: blades are whirring, drill heads boring deep. They attack each piece of wood, ripping and chew- ing, and spit sawdust and shavings everywhere. There is a raw, white wood smell too, all around, except where shellac and glue send off dark, pungent fumes. Here, to one side. lies a pile of splintery boards, saw-tooth marks in their rough hewn sides. But on the other side stand tables, cabinets, chairs, rough boards transformed to satiny smooth- ness. These tools have done it, in the hands ofa young craftsman ofthe WOOD SHOP. Learning for a lifetime trade :Z Q 'jaw QA... Y 1 r ,S X 163 J..--.. in "Up. out. together. glide. Up. out. together . . .' The swim leader stands at the edge of the pool demon- strating the motion with his arms. "That's right. Get more pull into that stroke," L'Three steps and then a hurdle, come down on the board. and spring off, Lift your arms for balance." Students in SWIMMING CLASS listen and obey. or try to obey. During the weeks ofconcentrated etTort and exercise they gradually gain skill and co-ordination. Everyone looks forward to swimming class, which otfers a refreshing change from classroom studies. Most wel- come is Friday's free swim period when students can practice skills they have learned, and perfect favorite stunts. After a six weeks of well-organized swimming in- struction. students show their gratitude by shoving their teachers into the pool. Swim class teaches safety and technique in water skills i I HY' YW . One ofthe many actixities of the girls' gym class. GYM CLASS begins with the shrill shriek of a leader's whistle, calling to orderly attention a group ot' noisy girls. Seasonal activities ranging from golf to baseball keep the girls busy all year. On the other side ot' the partition, the whistle subdues boisterous boys. They enthusiastically participate in touch-football. basketball. and wrestling during the year. Undaunted bythe short- ness ot' time between line-up and the ten-minute bell. both classes engage in a variety of activities which keep their bodies and minds alert and healthy. Building strong bodies. What? A left-handed trombone? Blaring out a touchdown. CONCERT BAND-Row lx B. Plaggemier, K. Mog, J. Campana, V. Sestak, B. Roberts, D. Snyder, C. Richley, K. Tuckerman, J. Hitty, P. Banko. Row 2: R. Glaser, R. Constantine, R. Zuzek, C. Lanese. J. Beutell. L. Mateyka, N. Stoneback, R. Gargiulo, C. Piper, M. Lucas, N. Katanik, B. Jones, E. Wiltshire. Row 3: A. Newman, D. Maroff, G. Gezann. C. Janitz. L. Horvath. J. Shaw, K. Jombor, R. Vaccariello, K. Wilber, D. Hoedt, P. Dickinson, B. Cooper, L. Liggett, S. Jerkic, K. Shirk, C. Picciano, F. VanTilburg, J. Ramona, B. Schmenk, R. Felz, D. Sarver. Raw 4: C. Eppich, J. Campana, R. Taylor, J. Hillegas, C. Statz, D. Podobnikar. B. Myles, R. Hotchkiss, C. Mansperger, K. Goldlust, J. Armstrong, J. Carlson, R. Hurlburt, P. Benedetto, J. Crahen, D. Morhic, R. Dieckmann, J. Whitehead, J. Canon, D. Myers, J. Malokas, D. Lilley. D. Sweeder, R. Lipstreu. S. Prijatelj, B. Humphrey, J. Wright, J. Balch, F. Hanes, J. Stoneback. D. Mansperger. Row 5: B. Mervar, T. Vardian, L. Smith, A. Tucci, R. Brown. B. Tuhacek, H. Faint. L. Leybeck. J. Gathercole. J. Balch. R. Hasher, J. Payerchin. B. March, B. Carmany, Mr. Harper, Conductor, B. Kimem, J. Biello, R. Cook, B. Hale, L. Piper, B. Foxall, D. Shoaff, J. Bittence, B. Mervis, B. Ross. 166 Two more minutes and we're on. The heavy, tight beat of the tympany begins. Slowly, then faster in a mounting ereseendo. Cymbals shatter together. The CONCERT BAND, bold and brassy. bursts like a Coiled spring into the blazing composition. "Study in Steel." Within the torrent of music a clarinet tumbles down the scale and a trombone sneers at a loud overbearing tuba. And then the conductors hands rise and come down sharply and in one last triumphant leap the music stops. Silence. Applause. Cur- tain. They melt in your mouth, not on your hands 167 f"9?1'T ' I ' I 'i i v I I In I all W III' III II I I IW ,w IM I. I I II I I I I I I f K "X C' ....-1, fairs? x -, 3 3 ,H ,K IF- , '21 I Q Q .fi 1 -KV? I ef BAND INSTRLYCTORS-Row l: Mr. BAND SERGEANTS-Raw 1: B. Ross, Top Sergeant P. Benedetto, J. Stoneback. Row 2 Harper, Mr. Sydow. Raw 2: Mr. Mitchel, J. Balch. B. Mervar, J. Campana. Mr. Taddeo. CADET BAND-Row 1: J. Campana, J. Hitty, K. Tuckerman, N. Stoneback, M. Lucas, N. Katanik. Row 2: L. Horvath, J. Shaw, K. Jambor, S. Jerkic, P. Dickinson, D. Hoedt, R. Lipstreu, C. Picciano, B. Schmenk. Row 3: C. Janitz, R. Vac- cariello, J. Hillegas, D. Podobnikar, B. Myles, K. Hotchkiss, J. Carlson, K. Goldlust, C. Statz, C. Mansperger, J. Arm- strong, R. Cook, B. Hale, B. Humphrey, J. Wright. Row 4: H, Faint, R. Brown, B. Tuhacek, P. DeFranco, B. Carminy, Mr. Harper, Conducrorg J. Biello. 168 The sophomores of the CADITI' BAND take their places beside their x eterzin coun- terparts ol' the Concert Band. lt is the un- nual concert, when sophomores join up- perclussmen to present another line per- formance. Mr. Harper motions for silenee, the downbeat comes, und the combined bands begin. Their performance before their own eluss at assembly had been but a prelude to this concert. And this wus but a prelude to next year when they would improve their playing. give more perform- ances. and travel to contests ut district and state as members of Concert Band. 4:,,1'N,-figs ' ,ci Mas., 'reign' ' He thinks it's the titiditiontil mock wedding I l i l ll 1 l 1 XJ Y, 46 ,.,......,, 1 . I . -I -.. ' ' ' ffm' ,sr - ,, V '33 "Tf'11g"f- ' S 1'Z'A-"'f- F 'll 2 IS? s s ff - if-f . ,Q-5 ...A A L, 1.5-V 5 ,JJ , K. 1 . sl' "' 1 ,X . 2.10 I ORCHESTRA-Row l: D. Wronink. C. Arnold. S. Wiskes. S. Stexens, B. Kiman, N. Goslee, A. Winet. Raw 2: F. Stidworthy, P. Leister, B. Plagge- l mier. N. Stoneback, D. Maroff. R. Gargiulo. P. Benedetto, G. Heil. Raw 3: L. Schulz, D. Fike, N. Price. R. Marmash, J. Cefaratti. J. Lesiak, S. Howe, Raw -1: B. Jones, E. Roszak. J. Campana, A. Newman. B. Mervis, B. Ross. S. Naylor. 170 Q l 5? .aa vs nr- 'QV 45 H27 6- 45 37 CHEVRON SOCIETY-Row l: C. Eppich, K. Piper. E. Wiltshire, R. Zuzek. Row 2: R. Ross, B. Carmany, R Felz Row 3: J. Bittence, A. Newman. R. Hurlburt, B. Cooper. "7 T V .1 ish' .vf I ORCHESTRA OFFICERSALQH to right: Sec- retary, D. Wroniakg Presizlenr, B. Rossg Treas- urer, S. Stevens. The tapering baton glints in the light as it flies about. It whips through the air, pointing, coaxing a sluggish violinist. The rehearsal continues. Often the music stops or dwindles into nothingness as the con- ductor criticizes or advises. The baton taps and the music begins again, each time better than before. The intonations, the harmony, all must be perfect. Then. at last. the baton rises: this time the music of the ORCHESTRA flows out to an ap- preciative audience. Got an angel on my shoulder V 5- .r t ,..'.,,-3 if-mf CHORAL MASTERS OFFICERS-S1'rl1'f145'. hifi In right K. Halbedel. Tr4'z151m'1'.' K. COVOS. St'c'r'vrz1rj1'. Stamlilzg, lvh lu riglilf B. Boyton, lin' Prvxulwirg D. Mock, President. CHORAL MASTERS-Rim' li S. Dadlow, P. Krueger, J, Pike. Rmr 2: L i Gribbons. J. Tennant, B. Rhmides. Rim' 3: J. Roberts, B. Harwood. Rim- 4: L. Foy. J. Telisman. T. Siciliuno. Rim- 5: B. Tckancic, B. Schmitt, T. Rankin. i 172 xi . .. N. Q CHORAL MASTERS-Row l: E. Skerly. B. Gauch. P. Brennan. B. Daugherty. J. Suhar. M. Soeder. B. Bogatay, B. Wallace. C. Cradis. Row 2 E. Buchholz. J. Yane. L. Kytle. N. Furniss. B. Ponce. D. Roberts. C. Pasquale. F. Bentley. S. Middlebrook. B. Petersen. N. Schwarts. Row 3: J Lube. B. Adams. G. Macks. D. Mason. E. Palm, M. Trinite. B. V1cic.S. DiBiasio. H. Krauss. C. Finley. A. Roberts. Row -1: T. Spencer. G. Genzen D. Sprochi, B. Noxxacek. E. Jenkins. B. Kaib, K. Pekar. J. Petersen. S. Klotzbach. C. McBroom. K. Halbedel. Rim' 5: R. Palmer. D. Lalfollette. D Demarco, F. Hadfield. B. Boyton. R. Pejeau. B. Morgan. N. Lauter. D. Saryer. M. Gaylon. M. DeMotte. Mr. Taylor, Dirervm-,' Sara Middlebrook. .4t'tmnpunisr. Music drifts through the halls every second period as the Euclid CHORAL MASTERS rehearse diligently. preparing themselves for coming events. These high- quality carolers. Linder the careful control and guidance of Mr. Taylor. are able to blend their voices together in pleasing harmonies. Along with the enjoyment of music. the members learn basic fundamentals for superior sing- ing: breath control. tone quality control. sight reading and pitch control. Each member of' Masters was audi- tioned separately and chosen to become a part ofthe choir because of his excellent voice qualities. All these line yoices harmonize xx ell. and the choir gives pleasure to all who hear it. The Choral Masters participate in many different extents during the year. Among them are presenting the annual Christmas program and singing in the Lake Eric League Choir Festival. "Jesus the Christ is born . . ." Christmas spirit was borne anew upon the voices of young girls in blue and gold. Candles held in nervous hands wavered slightly as the JUNIOR-SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB and the SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB slowly walked down the aisles ofthe dim auditorium. Sol- emn-faced singers waited as if in a dream upon the shadowy stage, anxious seniors thinking of their last Christmas at Euclid. But for the. juniors in Choral Masters and the Glee Club, they could see the image oftheir next Christ- mas here, the next glow ofcandles and the next quiet feeling of nerv- ousness. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-Row l: J. Eggleston, S. Willcocks, C. Butler, M. Meyers, L. Andrews, K. Rock J. Urbas, J. Vormelker, K. Balsley, C. Thomas, J. Adkins, V. Goss, M. Wehrle, L. Green. Row 2: M Yager, B. Winters, D. Urbanick, B. Sabula, J. Danch, D. Felmley, D. Mylar, M. Church, S. Muehleisen C. Cline, N. Bailey, J. Fleshin, K, Podwils. Row 3: D. MacAskill, K. Koppenhaver, D. Aljancic, K. Zust M. Plesea, M. Travnik, C. Arnold, P. Freed, L. Burk, M. Bizzarri, J. Sheppard, C. Spikula, P. Springer 1 SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-Row 1: J. Tharp, G. Krome, D. Walsh, K. Fowler, J. Pickett, N. Mijacek, M. Gault, L Poese, M. Zola, S. Calvert, G. Boczek, S. Doley, S. Bell, P. Deis- ter, K. Slater, M. Prokopovich, K. Yane, P. Brancae, J. Krapenc Row 2: B. Wilcoxon, B. Trauger, S. Bahr, C. Maresh, J. Jurjev R. Finical, P. Seleman, C. Bradshaw, C. Hart, L. Loope, L Gerzeny, A. Will. M. Witzke, D. Simon, M. Fields, P. Federico, S. Ryder, J. Hattendorf, J. Lunder, E. Beyer. Row 3: S. Brain, D '1'Tf'i'. . e :"W.. . 2, V, V ,A .141 -:. ' 1 Turk, L. Owen, E. Sceranka, M. Balsley, D. Lukat, J. Vukcevic, L. Long, P. Chylla, P. Klemencic, M. Ingram, S. Apolski, C. Cresson, M. Theodosian, J. Papp, B. Brown, C. Bauer, K. Corri- gan, S. Watson, T. Burger, P. Viovsich. Row 4: V. Lowe, J. Baker, P. Sears, J. Blassingame, M. Stefanchik, L. Vislocky. S. Aufmuth, J. Consla, K. Lybarger, B. Pappas, L. Reba, B. Draxler, E. Neat, F. Fox, G. Brandt, A. Hartnett, J. Stillinger, L, Simpson, B. Vidensek, J. Debelak, C. Kerestes. 4 Row 4: L. Erjavec, C. Reba, P. Guth, J. Lonchar, R. Ahey, B. Brown, J. Shanghnessy, M. Couch, S. Ralls, S. Stanwyck, S. Jones, M. Sabetti, J. Benner. Fifteen boys with a love of mu- sic have surprised everyone, in- cluding Mr. T., with their life and vitality. Class rivalries are for- gotten when the fourth period BOYS' GLEE CLUB meets. Sophomores, juniors, and sen- iors practice and prepare to join the larger choirs at the Christmas Festival where two hundred re- sounding voices blend in a vibrant Hallelujah Chorus. zffilllpgf 'Tritt , . l ufff '21 BOYS GLEE CLUB-Raw l: J. Boyton. Raw 2: B. Olah, D. Vargo, R. Wood. Raw 3: R. Yidmar, M. Hobzek, T. Nowacek. Row 4: K. Ricket, D. 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G 2,65 fm 3 UFS Q All in faxor of PDA . . . STUDENT COLNCIL NIENIBERS-Rim! l: J. Tharp. L. Cloils. li. Cxsik, B. Tercek. C. Jankoxich. S. Heasley. K. Tomko. P. Bauer. P. Johnson M. Beery. P. Flaler. Row Z: B. Kramer. J. Telisman. H. Millar. P. Tinker. L. Berntson. J. Dragolic. S. Reynolds. P. Mason. P. Freed, S. Young C. Krnell. S. Calxert. D. Sherman. L. Poese. Row 3: K. Goldlust. L. Schexe. A. Zeraxica. B. Lindquist. N. Schxxarls, D. Ambrose. J. Harper C. Kerestes. L. Burk. J. Feiih. C. Pasquale. K. Schuetxe. N. Crexeling. L. Skomski. N. Anderson. B. Tekaxic. A. Shinagawa. Row 4: D. Mansperger. K. Gortz. J. Koxach. D. Brigden. J. Foust. C. Freed. L. Nason. G. Cox. E. Peterson. J. Howard. K. Shirk. T. Guy, J, Proudfoot. J. Kneale. K. BE- galke. B. Yicic. D. Lonchar. ... 3 . lr- T .1 9+ F 17-1 21.7 . i -Ji J STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD-Row lr K. Schuette, N. Creveling, P Flaler lx Tomko P Tinker. Row 2: S. Theis, R. Dunker, C. Freed, D, Lonchar. Row 3: D Brigden J Foust R Pejeau, D. Stevenson. "Where's room 4l5'?" "How should I know what letter my last name begins with? I haven't been to school for three months." "Which way is upstairs?" Such were the questions pouring forth from frus- trated, Hustered sophomores on the first day of school. Supplying the answers and the helpful handbooks were the competent and calm junior and senior guides, pro- vided by the STUDENT COUNCIL. As the year progressed, the Student Council continued aiding Euclid in many ways. The national presidential election provided several opportunities for the Council to display more active responsibility. Euclid students participated in a state-wide mock election. On Novem- ber Sth, Euclid citizens who came to school to cast their ballots were furnished with a well-equipped baby-sitting service, courtesy of the Student Council. Donating Thanksgiving baskets to needy families, purchasing a new 50-star flag for use at basketball games, working for a staggered test schedule. procuring more freedom for students at pep assemblies . . . the Student Council accomplishments never cease. 4 F I 1 t i il t 1 Fun and froltc at the Student Council party. Students take cafeteria situation in their own hands. 14 504, 14 505, yeah Hmmmous xi ij r' --Q.. is-1' '-J K7 14 STUDENT COLNCIL OFFICERS4 Sealed: Tl'L'l1Sll7'6'P', D. Brigdeng St't'rt'- tary, P. Flaler. SftII1dfH,L'.' President, C Freed: Vice Prt'sitIt'r1t, D. Lonchar. 3 . l if- --Nw .... -Q. se. , 4 . , 1 , Students go too far with cafeteria situation. "I move that we look into the possibility of having music in the cafeteria during lunch." It was this signih- cant moment during a weekly STUDENT COUNCIL meeting that originated the subsequent discussion and planning which resulted in, amazingly enough. music in the cafeteria. The voice ofthe students had been heard and heeded once more. thanks to Euclid's influential Student Council. I WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB-Row l:S. Gadus, K. Mog. N. Arnold, K. Logan. J. Suhar, W. Lucas, K. Balsley, M. Vagasky. D. Mattis. J. Tyjewski. Row 2: L. Berger, M. Sustersie, J. Leporati, N. Sullivan. E. Glenn, C. Shenkel,G. Potichny. J. Danch, S. Gregurich, M. Sovich, B. Evans, L. Chal- fant, D. Schmidt. Row 3: M. Kozar, M. Fister, T. Miller, J. Barnes, P. Pado, B. Seifert, S. Robasz, B. Fromer, D. Mekedis, D. Fike,C.Cadwallader. J. Lube. Row 4: F. Lorence, R. Dunn, B.YanChar, J. Yanchar, A. Prioreschi, B. Brown, L. Heise, M. Prendergast, S. Gibson, M. Malaney, K. Hiller, D. Albrecht, D. Deister. Row 5: T. Young. C. Larkin. G. Macks. D. Gyongyos. M. Orebaugh, J. Boyle. D. Schulz. B. Figner, R. Wood, M. Mcllerment, N. Rakas. M. Lucas. N. Coode, J. Zele, B. Yabroff. WAI NAPOLO-Row l: J. Halloran, B. Armstrong, B. Valince, President J. Telisman, J. Kadun, E. Jarc, Vice President H. Millar, C. Winters, T Leininger, B. Marton. Raw 2: L. Crobaugh, M. Prendergast. B. Sabula, P. Ludek. C. Novak. S. Gordon, C. Reider, T. Trauger, Treasurer D. Zim- merman, J. Kneale. Row 3: K. Ricket, L. Milazzotto, K, Fetter, D. Bell, B. Burger, C. Cresson, W. Conrad, E. Kinn, S. Paulsen, Secretary B. Vicic B. Gauch. Row 4: J. Randi, J. Kneale, A. Tucci, J. Petersen. S. Tumbry, G.Wickes, K. Scheurman, B. Broos, D. Swisher. B. Houck, R. Hughes If bo 182 1 l "On behalf ofthe WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB, l would like to present this United Nations flag to Euclid High School." Dave Gyongyos, club presi- dent. addressed the assembly. World Affairs Club has taken a very active part in school life this year. Many guests. including Euclid graduate Helen Cormeia. have spoken to the club. Panel discussions have increased the students' interest in foreign countries and understanding of foreign peoples. Now to give that egg shampoo Joe Portaro told me about. ,Ln ph ,- YWORLD AFFAIRS CLUB OFFICERS-Left Io rigfll' Sm'1't'rf1r,i', K, Mogg Vltc Pwsitltfril. VV. Lucas: Pl'f'J1lfc'lIl. D, Gyongyosg Treasurer. K. Balsley. "Dolphin." "kip," and "somersub" were familiar terms to the members of WAI NAPOL0, Euclid High's synchro- nized swimming and swim leaders club. Every member had to pass a rigorous test in aquatic skills to be admitted. A high point ofthe year was the induction of new Swim Club members, who had to wear noseplugs and unmatched shoes and clothes for a week and could talk only to club members. Climax of the year's activities was the 1961 Swim Show in which all fifty mem- bers participated. Everyone who attended was treated to an evening of beautiful water ballet, skillfully staged and executed. FUTURE NURSES CLUB-Row 1: D. Heuer, B. Miller, W. Lucas, B. Owen, J. Halloran, C. Gleyforst, B. Roberts, J. Scott. Row 2: A. Horton, M. Sovich, N. LeFevre, K. Coros, S. Gregurich, P. Burfort, J. Pejack, J. Frech, S. Crane, P. Fischieto. Row 3: R. Gargiulo, M. Yager, K. Fetter, S. Robasz. S. Ralls, S. Stanwyck, J. Beutell, E. Wiltshire, S. Feldman, V. Stillinger. Row 4: K. Hutchisson, L. Lane, B. Beeke, C. Bauer, D. Magargil, L. Foy, J. Zele. M. Buco, L. Mateyka, L. Green, B. Brown, L. Heise, B. Seifert. Do you often swallow your gum? wir FUTURE NURSES CLUB OFFICERS-Treasurer, W. Lucasg Vice President, K. Corosg President, L. Greeng Secre- tary, B. Brown. The FUTURE NURSES CLUB members are very active in preparing for their careers and aiding Euclid High. They gain experience through touring hospitals, hearing lectures from guest speakers or student nurses, and viewing movies. Besides spend- ing spare time in the school dispensary, the stu- dents plan service projects for underprivileged children in hospitals throughout greater Cleveland. Their outstanding efforts have contributed to the community's appreciation of Euclid High. 'X 'N . 5 N fu "S .itz C 0 ns' I - f.. Q Q 'ff' S 1 ' " i .el A JI ?I rvovlrl ll ,. Q' " XY! ' ' 2 4 1 im t. 9 I- y.fkQ'w-,I . i 'V 1. I -.Zigi 1 ,, V l .rl Fffh X Wap' .I . h . in . pi ss , N U .Wi-1, - ' f 2 f ' "" e -QQ Y ,-' 44, X x 11 1 . 14 K Ke F, F - Now just tell your teacher you can't write because you hurt your hand. The JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL is an unheralded club in our school. but by enlisting the aid ofthe Friendship and World Affairs clubs it performed many services for the school and community. The varied projects of the Council in- cluded making stuffed animals for under- privileged children and assembling baby layettes for servicemen's wives overseas. Though small, with the assistance of larger clubs, it worked hard to benefit the school. JUNIOR RED CROSS-Row l: N. Furniss, J. Winkler, R. Dunn. Row 2: M Yager, D. Hiller, L. Chalfant, L. Clotts. 185 7- 'Vi GNN .JUNIOR FL'TL'RE TEACHERS OF AMERICAYRUW lg D. Urbanick. M. Perme. J. Feith. L. Gribbons, N. Bailey, P. Bauer, B. Harper, D. Boehlke, E. Skerly. Rim' 2: L. Clotts. N. Furniss. R. Dunn. D. Hiller. K. Balsley. K. Wilber, K. Stomberg, M. Tucker, L. Skomski, P. Johnson. Raw 3: S. Peacock. J. Schneider, H. Berthold, S. Berry, C. Arnold. D. Wheeler. R. Zuzek. B. Stroh. K. McCormick, K. Hutchisson. Row 4: K. Rock. S. Jones, P. Corrigan, S. Flood, R. Ahey, K. Cvxik. B. Mushinko. K. Tomko. J. O'Korn. C. Lanese. S. Gordon. Row 5: M. Wehrle. C. Allar, M. Travnik. B. Bogatay, J. Miller. B. Haxa, J. Eggleston. S. Willcocks. N. Tomsich, C. Krnell. K. Kimberly. E. Kozar. SOPHOMORE FL'TL'RE TEACHERS OF ANIERICAKRUW l: L. Rees, S. Calvert. M. Prokopoxich, C. Sedusky. C. Eppich J. Hattendorf, P. Federico, J. Stillinger, P. Mahany, S. Apolski. J. Kovic. Row Z: L. Loope. C. Hummon. P. Waldron, A. Will, M Zola, M. Balsley, B. Applequist. V. Wick, N. Rakas. E. Wilke, P. I-Iadarich. Row 3: L. Lege, C. Maresh. S. Bahr, L. Poese. J. De- belak. K. Lybarger, S. Brain. S. Stefanko. D. Lukat. G. Brandt, D. Fike. M. Lucas. M. DeViney. 186 SENIOR FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Row l: M. Vagasky, C. Phillips, H. Krome, B. Adams, J. Harper, W. Lucas, S. Mueller, J Lube, B. Seifert, D. Cunningham. Row 2: B. Wallace, E. Laub, R. Kish, J. Aufdenhaus, B. Armstrong, B. Adler. D. Mekedis. M. Middleton, J Barnes, D. Welch, J. Pike, G. Heil. Row 3: J. Ginsberg, J. Benner, J. Beutell, B. Carlson, N. Harding, N. Schwarts, B. Yanchar, P. Benedetto, E Glenn, L. Chalfant. D. Schmidt, L. Warnke. C. Kosher. Row 4: B. Ritz, L. Erjavec. M. Sustersic, S. Gregurich, B. Kish, S. Gibson, C. Jankovich P. Brennan, D. Paul, R. Roberts, M. Sabetti, S. Wolff, K. Logan, J. Macy. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA EXECUTIVE BOARD- Row l: B. Evans, K. Logan, L. Chalfant. Row 2: B. Adams, J. Harper, C. Arnold, J. Lube. Raw 3: B. Mushinko, D. Wheeler, J. Romano. Row 4: J. Beutell, S. Mueller, B. Yanchar, H. Krauss. After graduating from college many Euclid High graduates will be certified as teachers. Through FU- TURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA, students learned what teaching is really like by substituting for absent teachers or tu- toring their classmates. Fu- ture Teachers also served as guides during the P. T. A. Open House to help par- ents enjoy their visit to Eu- clid. Mrs. Smith, the club's new sponsor, President Joan Harper. and many others have helped make this an educational year for the Future Teachers of America. 187 KEY CLUB-Row l: B. Dague, T. Kramer, B. Castrovinci, T. Oleksy, F. Hanes, R. Hasher, B. Vicic, R. Vidmar. N. Beeke, D. Lilley. Row 2: B. Yabrotf, M. Ore- baugh, T. Young, D. Zust, J. Spenko. J. Zevnik, D. Leutbecker, T. Trauger, D. House, D. Morrison, B. Alves. Row 3: D. Zimmerman, T. Nowacek, H. Spivack F. Hatch. C. Hayes, J. Jerele. R. Chaunce, H. Kirchwelm, H. David, D. Primo, B. Alloway. Row-1: R. Pejeau, B. Sheppard, T. Polsinelli, J. Usalis. C. Orebaugh B. Klann, E. Prostor, D. Brigden, J. Sabath. C. Frownfelter, J. Marsh, N. Lauter, J. Whittaker, B. Gasper. Thirty boys eagerly awaited Thursday evening for the weekly KEY CLUB after-meeting basket- ball game. Basketball wasjust one of the activities that made Key Club successful this year. The members started the year well as they worked together to build the winning Homecoming Hoat, "I Get A Kick Out of You." Under the capable leadership of Neil Lauter, the boys acquired all of the necessary materials with a minimum of effort. Ingenuity also was shown in the construction of the Boat. A manually operated shoe was the product of engineer- ing genius. Hayrides, the selling of peanuts. a big-name orchestra dance, and numerous field trips to nearby factories were among the various other social and serv- ice projects undertaken by the Key Club. Seven hundred sixty-three, sev- en hundred sixty-four. seven hun- dred sixty-live. The slightly hag- gard but undaunted member of the AD CLUB patiently stamped the hands of the eager, shouting, and pushing students as they wedged their way into the gym for the first basketball game of the season. Just two weeks before she had sold tickets at the football game. Taking a moment to wipe the perspiration from her fore- head, she remembered the night she was punching passes and had punched the wrong number on every pass. "Ooops. Hey, you, come back! I missed your handl' AD CLUB-Row l: J. Locker, K. Buehner, C. Lanese, J. Dragolic, G. Mathson. Row 2: E. Skerly, K. Zust, S. Berry, L. Chalfant, B. Mushinko, J. O'Korn, K. Anderson. l .,,,, Spirit forthe Parma game was higher than ever. The words for the week were "Beat Parma!" and everywhere tags and posters shouted the exciting message. And what caused this surge of loyalty and emotion that made this week the greatest in years? The conhdential. con- troversial SPIRITS, who made the signs, arranged the bus trips, and awarded the Panthers all year, were part of the answer, a big part. Behind closed doors at secret nighttime meetings, they planned their attacks on the indifference of some dull students and changed them to avid fans. And while they met in secret, the rest ofthe school was wondering who the spirits really were. ..wf+a+Y SPIRITS CLUB OFFICERS-Left ru right: Treasurer, P. Mahefl Secretary, G. Nosani Vive Presirlenl, D. Sprochig President, H. Millar. SPIRITS CLUB-Row 1: P. Maher. C. Cradis, G. Nosan. Row 2: H. Millar, K. Coros, P. Tinker, P. Benedetto. Raw 3: P. Jackson, D. Sprochi, J. Yane. Row 4: D. Lonchar, C. Freed, J. Habe. Row 5: L. Schneider, M. Dane, T. Davis, K. Zust. K . L' -. 1 fi if . fs 1 5 if .::5'.II'.'i4' , . X 189 J. Long before the deadline date, the Sur- vey began to take shape. A schedule ripped from the bulletin board in the Survey of- hce shows the planning and hard work of the SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF: Monday, Jan. 15 Call a newsmeeting: decide what news will be in the paper. ,, ,, Put the "make-up" together, a minia- ture newspaper to be used as a guide. Tuesday, Jan. 16 Make copy assignments. Wait for stories to be written. Monday, Jan. 23 Retrieve late articles from reporters. Tuesday. Jan. 24 More late articles. Wednesday. Jan. 25 Copyread and correct mistakes. Monday, Jan. 30 Have type set up by print shop. Make sample "paste-up" of the paper Wednesday, Feb. l Take another proof and correct mis- MK takes. Final printing. t, A .J Iii f , R 1--ri: - E I I I 1 '- if ' .' gf , i, 1' 1 ,I X 32 Z , . "lv , ki tx 5, ', f .' ,V .yt VV' . F ,iso :H t ,Y .s C. 5.-5 ,ra Q? H i. .1 4 1 . , . 5 ,A nf 0 .l 1 Thursday, Feb. 2 A , Relax! I xg Donna Hunston, Editor-in-rhiejl SURVEY REPORTERSfRow l: P. Lowry, J. Pulver, S. Young, B. Adams, B. Kish, J. O'Korn. Row 2: T. Polsinelli, I.. Skomski, B. Mushinko, S. Reynolds, R. Pejeau, J. Urbas, B. Lohrey, J. Romano, C. Freed. l 190 Zeif 3? 'L P 3: . . ' ,1' 1 . 1 . . A w , A . gig Q' f. lute! i 3 t 1' Nf 4 . -': lfsgi .L if 'rl . ,dt be Q sg! 4. to SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF-Row l: L. Skomski. K. Tomko, P. Bauer, S. Middlehrook. D. Hunston. D. Paul. J. Allen. Raw 2: D. Lonchar, D. Cipollo, W. Ebert. D. Wheeler. P. Role. R. Hurlburt, C. Arnold, B. Lohrcy. So here I was . . . hanging from the balcony trying to get a picture. M , .H What do you mean there isn't any Santa Claus Don't laugh: push! The SURVEY goes out on time. l SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF: a busy conglomeration of individuals whose main purpose was to keep their newspaper from going bankrupt. Hundreds and hundreds of new subscriptions poured into the tiny business ofiice this year. The staff tackled with speed and efficiency the new landslide of work that continually challenged this indispensable group. l ,X 'W xl: Q7 ...ww i 02835- fi. . 41 ' F" .Qffflg V nl I 3.6 ' 2 .., i if' --n . fe A .i X ...my ,--KSN .,4no. SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF-Row l: N. Bailey, Cn-.'llanuyvr N. Schuarts, J. Yunchar. C0-.llulzugvr P. Jackson. Row 2: H. Berthold, B. Alloway, N. Arnold, K. McCormick, Ruw31 C. Smith, M. Church. B. Bogulziy. K. Kimber- ly. Rmwlz J. Allen. K. Zust, E. Skcrly. P, Benedetto. Rnw 5: M, Middleton. P. Boziclx, B. Bailey. Rim 6: D. Zimmer- man, S. Gibson, B. Yanchur, D. Albrecht R. Pejeau. I v K, Jackson,il'you'd stop recountingthat money and smart . N- , , J couniingthese programs we'd gelsomewhere. Y, S , J Eg? .S Ai W, -mgypxx' N --L 'XXXL'- . 1. . . llS7""xff. 'NT-iff, ' ' 1fQl'f.'l' hm? 5+tk r,, lij " f GY., 4 f Q "- ' ' 'x g .Ax 77'AS5"- k ' .....,...-gi,,41.NqQ: "QS iff.. 193 i The ELTCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF has these moments to remember . . . and to forget. The EUCLIDIAN banquet: the candle- in-a-bottle, souvenir no-doze and warn- ing letters. The educational trip to Ohio U.: cutting classes and bragging about our book. The Come-as-You-are party at seven a.m.: caught in Star Mutller Shop in our pajamas. Riding the rapids ot' Euclid Creek. Christmas caroling from door to door in the middle ofluly. Sum- mer meetings when nothing got done: heated discussions about religion. politics and other interesting I ll subjects. Rolling our own. Wonderful Mac, who kept re- minding us how lucky we were to have him for a sponsor. Attending political fi ELCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF- Creveling. Rim- 23 A. Hach. A. E. Ne lx rallies: snide remarks. The raunchy EU- CLIDIAN assembly: "l'm Lady Chatter- ly, and I've got a secret." First annual EUCLIDIAN vs. Survey football game: EUCLIDIAN 34fSurvey l-1. Running down Lake Shore Blvd. in our Hallow- een costumes. lce-skating and toboggan- ing. Complete with mishaps. The Case of the Missing Lunches, starring Tinker and a striped cat. Wasted time and minor mis- takes while working on the book. Field trips: baseball games, Niagara Falls. "Psycho" talmostl. and rainy picnics. Shivering at the beach party in January. Fun with the new '62 statlf Running our- selves ragged at deadline time, and ending up with a book that never got fini ..... . li -'Hr I -...Lg ' x in J ...ev -wiv CS' Raw I: J. Krieger, J. Evans, H. Millar, P.T1nker. G. Nosan, lx Halbedel J Ginsburg N uman, D. Sarlch, C. Freed, S. Klotzbach, S. Mueller, K. Schuette T Guv J Romano 194 ffs l 7 Deadlines! l Sorry Bailey, you'll have to go. This is a EUCLIDIAN candid. -.Qs A 'lsj-if l I!! NJ XM. l ' 1 , Ek. We sold our clothes for the EUCLIDIAN. 195 .M A y. L. i ,gi WV I ,-,f H7 if ff Q ff' xx , lm qwxw 1 "Parties make the world go 'roundf' xr-N C' 'ir J gi J S ,L , fi ...x, 11.-35 X. S Licking the supplement problem. AD STAFFfRmr li L. Green. H. Krome, N, Sullixan.'S. Ralls, M, Vagasky, B. Adams. Raw 2: S, WOIH, M. Sabetti. L. Wurnke, D. Schmidt, D. Musteikis, C. Phillips. Row 3: B. Alxes, D. Lilley, J, Bartos, J. Frye, G. Gorsha. QHTJQTSS ei ........g .sr . T7 - l Due to thc fuel that Marcin McPherson nas not present at the time the oiwgiiial Euclidian Business Stull picture was taken, uc haue eondescendcd to reserxe lhis Space for recognition of her position, and also hc- cuuse she lhreateued to machine-gun our pliologrupliers. Thank you. ELTCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF. Thanks for putting up with us for a whole year. for waiting patiently while we loaded film. Thanks for being so much fun at parties at school and all the time. But most of all. business starli, thank you for a great yearbook. You raised the mon- ey, an essential yearbook ingredient. which made the EUCLIDIAN possible. While the editors frantically rushed to make deadlines, you were making what we really needed: money. Sure xxe're organized! ELCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF- Row l: A. Zeravica. J. Harper, Business .Umiager S. Stahler, H. Mathson, Sarxer. B. Adams. J. Dragolic, K. Zust. Row 3: A. Hribar. J. Lube, B. Lindquist. O XS' fi' '-Q i '-I i 197 K. Si:hmidt.R0wZ1 L. Berntson. D A C 1.2 fs af- S7 ' ii Fi K ' i , l I ill 5 EUCUYO STAFF-Smmimgl D, Sarichl Rim' l: L. Chalfant. M. Lasnik, K. Balsley, K. Baker, B. Plaggemier. Raw 2: D. Musteikis, N. Creveling D. DiTomaso, B. Allovway, P. Dickey, .I. Romano, H. Krauss, S. Reynolds. Raw 3: T. Fortuna, D. Collins, T. Guy. EUCUYO EDITORS-Lvl! 10 Riyhr D. DiTomaso. T. Guy, D. Collins, 5 Editor- izz-vliikff D. Sarich, P. Dickey. I i if 8, "Good grief! The word 'this' in the second paragraph has no antecedent!" . . and then I told him I thought Haw- thorne was a prude . . "But I told you over and over to make sure that the cov- ers were put on right side up!" "Listen, when I was talking to Ernest Hemingway last week, he told me that symbolism was a bunch of bunk." " . . . the theory pro- pounded by some critics that Manolete ruined bullfighting is debatable . . "I really think you ought to come down from that table, take that rose out of your mouth, and give up that crazy idea of yours of becoming a Hamenco dancer. Jose Greco doesn't wear bobby sox." From such discussions the EUCUYO was born-twice. -5 tlfs Q? X XX x sae. INTERNATIONAL QUILL 8: SCROLL EXECUTIVE BOARD-Roi N. Schwarts. Row 2: D. Sarich, D. Huntston. P. Jackson. C3 v 1: S, Stahler. G. Nosan. The new members ol' the IN- TERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL waited patiently as the old members lighted at series of candles during the banquet and induction ceremony. Then the famished new members lit can- dles of their own as symbols of their pledge to this organization of enthusiastic publications stu- dents. INTERNATIONAL QUILL 8: SCROLL-Raw l:J. Romano, N. Bailey, S. Middlebrook, S. Stahler, K. Tomko. P. Bauer, M. Vagasky, N. Sullivan. L. Chalfant. Row 2: K. Halbedel. J. Ginsburg. J. Allen, D. Hunston, M. Church, G. Mathson, M. Sovich. J. Allen. Rim- 3. P. Rote, C. Arnold. S. Gibson, D. Lonchar. H. Millar, P. Brennen. G. Nosan, L. Bernston. Row 4: S. Mueller. D. DiTomaso. L. Kish. J. Harper. B. Yanchar, J. Yanehar, J. Krieger. Row 5: N. Creveling. A. Hribar, J. Dragolic, S. Klotzbach, M. Middleton, J. Lube. D. Mus4 teikis. B. Lindquist. Row 6: B. Alloway. K. Schuette. C. Freed. A. Zeravica. K. Schmidt. B. Adams. Row 7: R. Hurlburt. J. Foust, T. Guy, T. Krauss. P. Jackson, A. Haeh, T. Fortuna. R. Pejeau, D. Sarver, D. Sarich. ....-..1gn i E i l I Q 199 "Sixteen, seventeen, eighteen . . ." "What are you two do- ing. counting stairs?" "Yes," "Oh, What for?" "We're being initiated in- to THESPIANS! Bill and Char and the rest of us." "All that hard Work. Those long hours of re- hearsal. But I linally did itg I earned those ten points. Those stage productions were quite an experiencef, "Good heavens, yes! Ex- citing and so much fun." "Remember that crazy Christmas party?" "And tryouts and make- up and learning lines and ww I think I've really accom- plished something by be- coming a Thespianf' THESPIANS-Rau l. T. Shannon D Geddes F Hadfield N Lauter Ron 'P B Pugh J Odda, L. Leybeck, K.Begalke, D Caldwell He bit his lip and clenched his lists behind his back. This was his first speech contest and he had a critical case of stage fright. Around him stood the veteran mem- bers of NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE. They tried to look calm and nonchalant, but their shaking hands betrayed inner tension. At last it was time. His fear was gone. and the speech he had worked on with such diffi- culty Howed from his lips with fervor and sincerity. His face was flushed as he walked away, and his heart was pounding. He could not remember what he had said, but he felt a sense of accomplishment. Not only because he had earned points toward his N. F. L. pin, but also because he had mastered his speech. mi l l NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-Row l: P, Bramrae M. Prokopovich, L. Loope. Row 2: A. Winet. K., Daxis B. Hava, B. Ellis. Run- 3: P. Dickey, D. Camino, S. Shaugh- nessy. Run- 4: R. Ferrante. J. Cook. Row 5: J. Petro. J. Odda, D. Geddes. D, Glenn. Row 6: J. Romano. L. Eaglen. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE OFFICERS-Ltffr I0 riglzri Presitlenf, A. Andersong St'r'r't'tary-Treasurer, B. Ellis Vice President, R. Ferrante. ,. ll 3 S 2 ..., . 201 Q 4' C7 T7 wa "V T7 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY- Rim- 11 A. Hribur, J. Yunc. J. Drugolic. S. Klolzluch, B. Wallace. H. Krorne. C. Phillips, L. Chalfant. Row 2: B. Adams. D. DiTomaso, S. Mueller, K. Schueue, B. Armsirong. H. Millar. G. Nosun, K. Hulbedel. Row 31 C. Freed, N. Crexeling, J. Lube, J, Collingwood, D. Hunslon, N. Schxxnrii. P. Ro1e,J. Nada. Rim- -1: D. S.1rii:h, T. Truuger, J. lioxach. J. Banos, D. Lonchar, J. Romano, D. Steven- son. Row 5: P. Jackson, M. Dane. E. Orazen. T. Guy. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS-Frunr: Trw1511rerJ. Kow- ach. Sci l'Q'ft1I'l' K. Halbedel. Slamluiy PI'U.S'IlIt'lIf J. Yzlne, VIN Prvsnlvnf J. Romano. A , 1 ATI 0 WN 6 Lyla' LJIIUJQX, 1 G, -fo.,CZrA:9 'Jfup fd' M2 ,Af I wr I vw N vffwi , , . ,I ix I A tx .. A- ,X Q' 1 5' If J . K 7,5 x Q jj, If 1 -. we-13,-I i Biff. ., ... .Q vw The National Honor Society assembly begins. 'IF N-Y -.7 vu., F Y S I a l 'Y' 1 Great expectations. Hopes and fears and agonizing doubt. The secretary began to call the roll. So slowly. He felt shaky and trembling. and then he heard his name. A short gasp for breath: he rose to his feet. Heads turned and faces smiled with congratulation as he walked down the aisle. But he did not see them. At last. the glint of light from a tiny gold pin caught his eye. and he returned to reality. a proud and surprised new member ofthe NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Al Shinagawa is awarded high school's highest honor 5 1 . x 203 xg! A Q' Y' xxx CAMERA CLLTB-Lvl? to VI'A2'llf.' D. Rne, M. Markatos R. Engel. D. Lyman, C. Schroeter, T. Vardian. J. Lakatosh I prefer Brand X. STAGE CREW-Tap down: G. Furth, T. Bell, B. Pugh, L. Novak, S. Sulak, D. Ritchie, B. Blanc, B. Humphrey, D. Geddes. D. Caldwell, R. Sum- ITIEIS. 204 -vi X The deep recesses of the darkroom were the private domain ol' the all-male CAM- ERA CLUB. Alter sloshing their hands in 68: chemicals with clammy negatives and soggy paper, thc members turned out nearly-professional work for the school and the community. The title of the richest club in the school belongs to the MOVIE CLUB. For three cents per day. one could take advantage of the noon movie service offered by the Movie Club. Their other service of show- ing classroom movies was welcomed by the students who looked forward to see- ing a movie to break the monotony of classes. A third indispensable organization of the school is the STAGE CREW. These boys are the backbone of any program performed in our auditorium. The crew has the responsibility of building sets. painting scenery. and controlling compli- cated lighting arrangements. MOXIE CLLB Run I L Foy S Gregurich L Williamson D Henry D Pi l lx Vixiano. Rau-2: J. Baum. S. Edge, J. Pulver, P. Snyder. lx Simmons J Hawes K Podwills J Barnes Sponsor Mr Bailey Rim 1 R Leisenhelimer L Brewster. G, Furth,J. Cesa. L. Weeks, L. Grajzar, W Jedlicka P Richards J Richardson Ron 4 B Alloxxav H Daxid J Hartmaz B Dixon D. Kanner. D, Ritchie. C7 C7 .5 v I hate these bookstore commercials. wi Q? 4, 15' is 'N' I , 'f , Z 'G' 1 -"yr, 'Vis' ff. And a bright and cheery good morning from the P.A. Club! 206 "Good Morning! Your P. A. ANNOUNCERS . . This cheerful phrase attempted to open everyone's sleepy eyes each day. Statements such as g'Attention all cookies for the bake sale!" and "If your student council repre- sentative cannot attend, please send your alternative," were two ofthe real eye openers. And then there was the day when Ray Ferrante gasped out garbled announce- ments when nobody else showed up. Uncomplicated announcements such as Eucuyo's thirty seconds of si- lence not only calmed students' No-Doz nerves, but also gave the announcers a brief vacation. Yawning students, encouraged by such interesting incidents, propped open their eyelids and listened to the morning announcements. P, A, ANNOUNCERS-Rim' l: P. Corrigan, S. Stahler. Row 2: P. Krueger. B. Ellis. Raw 3: R. Ferrante. 4 'ef 4 Q' .1 Q l .Q -2 vo 1 C-2 i .- . qu- YT P A TECHNICIANS-Row li E. Skerly, B, Miller. S. Flood. E. Glenn. M. Vagasky. V. Stillinger. J. Strunu. Run-1: K. Zusl. M. Soxich. B. Ellis. J Dragollc C. Phillips, H. Glenn. Row 3: C. McBroom, R. Daxis, J. Howard. R. Hotchkiss, R. Husher, D. Aiken. Rim- 4: S. Barra, D. Mohoric. D. Caldwell K Begalke. T. Schaffer, P. Daxidson. Rim' 5: D. Woodruff. C. Frownfelter, B. Laurenson. J. Hube, L. Burgin. J. Worgull, J. Frye. An orderly maze of buttons, a spinning turntable, and a cylinder of shining steel -a microphone. P. A. TECHNICIANS laughing and joking during study halls in the P. A. room. But when Dr. Bergem or Miss Gillman called, the P. A. men took action to call far-away rooms of the school. Besides having fun. they gave gen- erous help to the teachers and students of the school. Technicians make their work enjoyable in the PA. room. 'YQ' 3... l ww- fi? i . I --..,- :S Af- ' wuwf ' ' .X W i ,.,. Qs.. ,V N15 .-1.-H Y xx, X - . . - I " .ELT S - JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB-Raw l: M. Green, K. Znidarsic. S. Flood. S. Paulsen, J. Dean, C. Novak, S. Goodyear, S. Spolar, F. Lorence, K. Avery, A. Pelyak, J, Waldman. B. Plaggemier, J. Thompson. J. Berthold. J. Winkler. M. Wilk, K. Domitor, J. Fleshin. Row 2: B. Hava, M. Taylor, D. Sniger, D. Camino, J. Chiofolo, M. Budan, J. Globokar. P. Allbery, T. Tekancic. L. Koci, P. Harris, D. Grano, L. Freck, J. Pejack, S. Crane, J. Gullo. J. Lonchar. S. Smekel, L, Sipes. Row 3: P. Terrace, B. Stoh, P. Bizzarri, L. Winkler, M. Koren, P. Mika, S. Jones, K. Rock, K. Kozar, S. Robasz, J. Moser, J. Atkins, S. Dadlow. M. Yager, C. Woda, R. Halderman, K. D'Anna, P. Mason, V. Botz. Row 4: S. Peacock, L. Clotts, M. Stapleton. G. Krecic. L. White. S. Wiskes. C. Reider, S. Gordon, P. Strang, M. Montagner. M. Rast, M. Plesea, B. Besednik, K. Greenway, V. Goss, B. Sabula. D. Felmley. J. Vormelker, J. Urbas, M. Soeder. Raw 5: J. Beyerle, M. Lasnik, P. Slitor. R. Svenwol, N. Campbell, M. Kulwin, B. Luckay, S. Pureber, M. Breitsch, C. Jonke, S. Robbins, S. Saunway. L. Riebe, J. Hoykar. L. Sanders, P. Machurey, B. Corrigan, M. Powlaic, J. Bates, R. Wanchik. Row 6: E. Cook, C. Allar, R. Ahey, J. Eggleston, S. Willcocks. C. Krnell, J. Snider, S. Berry, M. Perme, N. Hamilton, N. Tom- sich, D. Urbanick. M. Tucker. K. I-lutchisson, L. Skomski, K. McCormick, B. Wheeler, J. Susman, P. Ludek, J. Miller. K. Cwik, D. Mylar. SENIOR FRIENDSHIP CLUB-Row l: N. Creveling, C. Reba. J. Zele, M. Wenger, D. Heuer. A. Horton, D. Cunningham. Raw 2: B. Ritz, N. Lefevre, K. Bauer, M. Sustersic, D. Cvetkovic, S. Colledge, E. Braidich. Row 3: K. Schuette, W. Lucas, J. Benner. J. Pike, S. Welch, V. Syracuse, B. Rhoades, P. Zimmerman, K. Schmidt. Row 4: V. Sestak, S. Mueller, L. Erjavec, M. Sabetti. S. Wolff, J. Smith. S. Kelember, P. Burford, S. Jaunsis, Y. Kozlevcar. Row 5: L. Lane, B. Adams. D. Beyerle, B. Bailey. J. Harper. E. Fogel, J. Macy. B. Adler. Row 6: R. Helm. L. Kish, D. Henry. J. Barnes, L. Chalfant, P. Pado, B. Seif- ert, A. Bagocius. G. Heil, C. Hamilton, S. Troyer. Row 7: J. Halloran, B. Hocevar, J. Stefanski, D. Pisek. D. Schmidt, B. Haytas, B. Harwood. R. Strah. K. Anderson, J. Gardner, G. Madda. S 208 nm 'i a l : ww- , 4.l.sf?.SsiQi2 i Senior, junior, and sophomore sections ofthe FRIENDSHIP CLUB worked sep- arately to accomplish charitable and social aims but have co-operated on many val- uable projects. such as ushering for Com- mencement and sponsoring the Friend- ship Formal. One of the most worthwhile and grati- fying projects in which the club has par- ticipated was providing stuffed animals for underprivileged children. Girls worked hard stulling and sewing dolls, while others repaired old toys or bought new ones. The school is proud ofthe Friend- ship Club forthe fine part it has played in school and community service. FRIENDSHIP EXECUTIVE BOARD-Row l: B. Ritz, B. Roberts, N. Beck, S. Calvert. Raw 2: P. Strang, K. Schmidt. S. White. N. Williams. Run 3: B. Adams, M. Kalinowski, M. Balsley. Raw 4: R. Ahey, J. Bates, G. Brandt, D. Schmidt. SOPHOMORE FRIENDSHIP CLUB-Row I: D. Bell, C. Sedusky, R. Golobic, J. Beechuk, J. Locker, K. Buehner, R. Kuharik G Krome, N. Williams, L. Owen, P. Sears, G. Brandt, S. Bell, S. Grisard, C. Cozart, D. Daugherty, B. Miller, M. Reider. Row 2: M. Proko povich, K. Lybarger, L. Long, S. Hamilton, J. Kovic. S. Kokeley, P. Hadarich, E. Wilke, P. Dilworth, C. Soeder, B. Shepard, B. Svekric B. Videnseto, P. Watterman. S. Calvert, M. Balsley, M. Fields, J. Jacavins. Row 3: M. Cergol, L. Ritter, F. Rocco, S. Bahr, C. Maresh, L. Lege, L. Burton, M. Beery, B. Applequist, V. Wick. A. Will, P. Yapel, N. Hanks, S. Stross. P. Davis. E. Kovacs, A. Mausser, J. Strazier Row 4: B. Trauger, B. Wilcoxon, E. Sajna. D. Vitanza, B. Trennel, L. Horvath. M. Sikora. E. Sokol, P. Mahany, D. Lukat, S. Stefanko, J Stillinger, C. Eckert, B. Raymond, S. Buchwald, B. Draxler, L. Nurmi. D. Harris, B. Buchar. Raw 5: N. Lindquist, J. Hitty. M. McGraw C. Davis, J. Mervar, E. Spalek, C. Baldini, P. Waldron, J. Gutka, J. Novak, D. Tyjewski. L. Brendorfer, J. Baker, M. Doyle. M. Kali- nowski, S. Miller, D. Mihaly, L. Reba. V. Lowe, M. Zola, M. Gault, S. Meall. Row 6: P. Federico, S. Ryder, L. Loope, C. Hummon, D Stock, L. Clink, R. Finica, B. Zupancic, P. Vidusich, D. Walsh, P. Rosenblatt. S. Adams. A. Gorsha, J. Kramer, J. Leskovec, J. Brock, W. Major, M. Milavec. S. Stojetz, J. Thronberens, V. Snow, K. Purtill. Raw 7: S. Apolski, S. Harris, F. Fox, B. Beal. J. Pickett, R. Ricksecker, B. Burger, R. Marmash. C. Valles, C. VanScoder, J. Polis, M. Dushak, P. Blattan, C. Marn, C. Anderson, P. Deister, G. Garlock. K. Fowler. L. Reese. M. DeViney, B. Brown. v 'l"il"' -L.. T51 Nqr! .,,,, :fm 'J' BOOKSTORE-Row l: N. Tomsich, B. Yanchar, J. Yanchar, Row 2: M. Travnik, S. Berk. Row 3: A. Shinagaxxa. D. Collins. Row 4: J. Martin. S. DiBiasio. Need a chemistry review text? Maybe a Spanish dic- tionary? Or maybe envelopes for typing or a "Panther" pencil or pen refills or book covers or a stapler or a thesaurus or "cough" drops? Stop in at the BOOKSTORE at the end ofthe third floor. Pick up a pen kit, notebook paper, or just look around. How about some ink cartridges? Need typing paper? Erasers? Kleenex? Carbon paper? Sorry, no credit. That will be twenty-live cents. Thank you. Come again. .5411 Oh! I'm out ol' paper! I 5 l'll get some at the book store! I , if -' x -rf ' O iiii li " - r X Jigga T pxxlxr x .G QQK. I . Li ' ,V . v- You can get almost anything at the Bookstore. 210 i E if 'S px 3' 'Sv CHESS TEAM-Seated: N. Anderson, D. Gulbenkian. Standing: D. Lyman. W. Ebert, R. Tu- hacek B. March, M. Fenster, C. Wendortf. The boys of the FOREMAN'S CLUB scanned the heavy machinery at the Fisher Body plant. From Held trips like this and guest speakers at school they learned to handle both technical difficulties and group management problems ofthe In- dustrial Arts classes. The members re- ceived practical experience as foremen in the shops. Assisting the teachers, they de- veloped the leadership and responsibility which would help them after graduation. 211 '1 T' After much thought a move is made. Cautiously the opponent plans his at- tack and counters. Silence- thought-and finally: "Checkmate!" After along. strategic game, he has won. Interest, skill, and wins have given the CHESS TEAM a successful year. FOREMANS CLUB-Rtfw I: P. Smith, W. Beers. Raw 2: D. Elder. B. Humphries. Row 3: D. Gerwin. G. Braidic, R. Petrovich. Raw 4: L. Tolar. E. Jarc. Row 5: S. Laudenbach, D. Mc- Gowan, J. Simcie. Raw 6: L. Turk, B. Moore. l l X. 5 va 17 il I ,Y fs '9 I , i 4 l 1 'i L N ' 1. zufi ' e J W ' 'Wa . , 2' -4 E .,. i, ,1 v i J i v I i . f p it l ff . .i I, ' 1 X . W N. , fl N, ' Xxx " ' X f X' X I Me, ru V ff 1 . ,N H , x . X Q GIRLS LEADERS CLUB OFFICERS-Sefzrew Presidcnr, l ' P. Benedetto: Vice President, P. Rote. Srarzdingx Hislw-ian, L, Bernstong Tfeasui-er. P. Flaler. I Shin guards come in handy. During gym classes. the GIRLS' LEADERS could usually be heard blowing their whistles or yelling "Side- out," "travelling," or "strike two," depending on the season. The G. L. C., sponsored by Mrs. Fox. worked hard to aid the gym teachers this year by taking attend- ance. instructing classes. and giving make-ups. They sold mums at the Homecoming game and sponsored an after-game dance to increase their treasury. This year for the first time. one period a week was devoted to a girls' leaders class to help the girls improve their skills and add to their knowledge of the different sports. The girls were examples of leadership in other phases of life as well as physical education. GIRLS LEADERS CLUBMRUW l: K. Halbedel. P. Flaler. L. Bernston, P. Benedetto. P. Rote. N. Harding. G. Nosan P Tinker. Raw 2: N. Delac. B. Wallace. N. Bailey, M. Randazzo, E. Glenn. C. Smith. K. Stomberg. S. Klotzbach, J. Allen Rpw 3: C, Phillips. P, Lowry, C. Cradis, J. Harper. N. Schwarts, D. Ambrose. K. Tomko. J. Nada. D. Boehlke, E. Petkovsek tu vi il 's li fa L, fi It 1 il - Volleyball, a popular GAA sport. A black ball jumped and rolled through the grass, Hit and smacked by ruthless field hockey sticks, it suddenly bounded back in the opposite direction. A feathered stick whizzed through space and thudded into the target at the end of the room. Bull's-eye! She shot again with the thought of her prize dripping in her mind-a sirupy banana split. A rubber sphere plip-plopped across the net and tumbled to the floor amid a riot of cheers from one side and a gasp of disappointment from the other. The girl in the corner caught the volleyball and served again. Around and around the rim the basket- ball rolled. and the girls' eyes widened with suspense. Then the temperamental ball squeezed through the net, and the scorekeeper marked down two more points for these members of the GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. GIRLS .ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFI CERS-From' St'wurar-i'. K. Stombergp Treat'- nrvr. K. T0mkoL luv PliC'SfllL'llf. D. Ambrose BL1tA.'Pl't'SILfUI1l. H. Millar. 'V-3' we YZ? - --.!,r'--"' j Precision on the parallel bars. Agility on the horse. Dexterity on the trampoline Necessary skill on the apparatus. 1 Y ,, , Y T - Y W W- 7 7 ,, 1 Af 'gg W- i, Q - - - -- V-- .. - - WW , Y A 7 W, - ' my L" - "' - - f- V g'---- "" -.21 .1 ' - -an -' if W' Y.. Y' Y ' ' Q v- -"' . - - . , - , i 1 ,-, -1- - - -. .. -.. Q "' al' -i -3 i 2 f -1 ---r " --.1-1 " .-...C " ,-'-- .., --"' Ji-- ,, , ,:.1.. W- ..-,V i,,,, i WH- W.-Q.- --Q. 215 ' ,v f' .V I Q,,A,,U- -Nl V . f ' "4 V -fiww - f. , ? 14 ,fwfa,,x. ,-'Q-' Is , 1. ,, M, 1 . , :?f':f "f1'?4-... 1' .I A 'wwf 39 7 . --.j' 4 ll 7 it 3. . , A mpg, , sf ff, 1 . ., f - , ay .-. . .Ax gy L. X . -y . a "' S 5,41 "b,,,a T Q Z fl 'mf .1 4"x NS. 15 d..1v,,f K w An fi :1' I was . ,C 1 -L a CROSS COUNTRY TEAMARW 1: J. Kurti. S:-.g J. Balch,Sl'.1 K- Malfhow. Sr.: F. Hanes. Sr.. J. Jerele, Sr.: E. O'Saben, Sr.g M. Reba, Sr.: A. Shinagawa, Sr.: F. Hadtield, Sr.: G, Spenko, Sr.. V. Petrovic, Sr.: T. Fortuna, Sr.: J. Weible, Sr.: R. Chaunce, R. Haller. Ruw 2: R. Palmer. B. Cas- mrovinci, J. Theis, J. Smith, J. Zevnik. H. Altenweg, B. Gasper, R. Bowen, C. Lamb, R. Vidmar, J. Spencer. B. Rinas, B. Klann, K. Krivok. Row 3: J. Orr. B. Miller. B. Sheppard, W. Pettek. J. Sabath, B. Green, R. Rackar. J. Eeckhout, R. Stauffer, C. Bayer, D. Billings, L. Smith, R. Speel, B. Trouter. Coach Eckart. Practice means running, runn ing, and more running. My s Q Q Trees zipped by and last year's leaves crunched be- neath your feet. You were tired, and you ran mechani- cally, trying not to think of your aching legs and strain- ing muscles. Wheezing, you gulped air hungrilyg you could not get enough! And your tongue was dry and swollen. The dry grass whirred by in a blur beneath your feet. In the distance you could see a haze of red and blue jackets of the other CROSS COUNTRY men-the finish line. So far away. You wanted to stop and rest in the cool shadeg you could not run any farther. But you didg you ran and ran. Kicking up grass and dirt behind you, you tumbled over the finish line. And you fell breathless, so tired you could not see. l H+-n I 43' ... " -l f" ' vi. V - . -,?f:.'L'-. .. " k I Q 1 t Q 1 U ,f,' Z- U t ' N -fy if Q . c , X Q - .gitiiilfq ' ' 3 ' I , , Y Maybe next time. '.-E.: -. Fi ' ,, ,. .1 . . .F ,g-1 'IU ""Y 13 '-,N Euclid takes another first. Ken strains for the ani f i r'l 0 ,. ff 4 ' 4' -A? tinish. 219 granny. 1.x', A Li. wt-Q4 98 Si . HUG' 'V N i ,YQ , ': ' I if A mile and a half in six days equals two miles in how many days? Q...- QKQ1 4, Q, - . 'ia V ,f'133W"-l,. . mg X. b Over the mountain and through the woods . . . I 5 ' s E E xl S ., . 1' K . - if 51552. 'T TEAM RECORD EUCLID 22 EUCLID 23 EUCLID 18 EUCLID 22 EUCLID 18 EUCLID I5 EUCLID 15 EUCLID 16 EUCLID 18 EUCLID 15 EUCLID 15 EUCLID I5 EUCLID 19 EUCLID 15 EUCLID 21 EUCLID 19 EUCLID 15 St. Joseph 33 West Tech 35 Shaw 45 John Adams 34 Latin 44 Shaker 50 Collinwood 50 Cleveland Heights 6 Shaw 45 East 50 Willoughby 50 Shaw 50 Lakewood 44 John Marshall 48 Glenville 40 Parma 37 Cleveland Heights 50 2nd St. Joseph Relays Ist Bowling Green Relays Ist Lake Erie League Ist District 6th in State Wins-17 Losses-0 Harriers show mixed emotions before the race. LQLIIII ll Captain Ralph Francis 221 all-5 M'1ll3"54 , Wm.. . rf: , A 3,5 . ,, I ,f Y", The growls of the Panthers as they attacked the overpowering PARMA line revealed a grim, fighting spirit. All voices screamed as one voiceg all hearts hoped as one heartg and all thoughts were one thought: win. The Panthers, even in loss, were the most spir- ited men ever to wear Euclid's blue and gold. As the final quarter ended, loy- al Euclid Fans filed silently from the stands. No words could ex- press their emotion as they watched the hardest-fighting team Euclid has ever had lose to the powerful Parma Redmen. Many were crying, not with disappoint- ment, but with pride in the team that gave the most any team could give. The L.E.L. championship meant little as devoted fans thought only of the unbelievable strength and spirit of the mighty Panthers. Parma had its Arnie Chonko, but Euclid High School had a whole team of the hardest- lighting, most determined, and most spirited FOOTBALL men any school ever had. Coach Mohr puts his all into each game. It takes more than one to stop Sprochi. Gee, these guys are exen softer than the dummy we use. The night of the ST. JOE'S GAME was crisp and cold. Suddenly the blackness shattered like ice as L1 cheer exploded from the crowd. The locker room door burst open and banged against the cold. grey wall. Panthers with ruddy faces and breath white and misty jogged onto the held. which had been shredded and torn by a hundred steel spikes. Amid a rain ofcurses from the Euclid sidelines the Vikings tumbled over for the first touchdown. St. Joe's was over-confident. They fumbled and Euclid recovered. The ball was in our hands. So was the gameelo-12. Confetti exploded with the nnal gun, and the Vikings and Panthers trudged off the field together. Tired teammates found strength to shove Coach Mohr into a cold, drizzling shower. Outside, above a delirious tumult of songs and cheers, the victory bell brought the season to rt close. 223 QQ' A 1.5. 8 gg . .WFA4 1 E lqflfbiie I 44 ,t I 4 4 A 5 . -. -ww lf --f 1 4 -I 'if 4. I x 5 , CN 1 1 :L i Qdykilfs L 'Wt S , P' i fee f49et9 .2 2-4137 te.:-za I i +A: .Q VARSITY FOOTBALL-Rim'l:T.Ral'1kil'1,Sr.1K.Bud2t.Sr.1G.FOwlC1',Sr.1S.G6be,Sr.1J Gessic Sr J Forlxer Sr G Hager R i 7 P Key erleber, Slug D. Mohoric. Sr.: P. Maskunas, Sr.. D. Sprochi. Srzg E. Orazen, Sr.: E. Carpenter S: C Terranowa S1 R u J D Lonchar Sr E Prostor. T. McGill, W. Biller. Sr.: D. Jones. Sing L. Schneider.Sr.1O. DeMarco. M. Sikora Sr Rau 4 R Pejeau lx Gortz P Diulus J James Sr.: B. Attarnante, C. Ehinger. B. Nowacek. M. Trinite, J. Schael. F. Gron. Raw 5: J. Starman L Morse L Burgln B Reynolds M Orazen B Fuchs. D. Mason, D. Smith. Row 6: J. Grinstead, Manager. F. Klemenc, B. Lilley, G. Dackor R Dieeltmann D Brigden C Orlando T Moulis Sr.: J. Campana, Manager, B. Yabroff. EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID TEAM RECORD 32 Maple Heights 0 20 West Tech 6 16 Willoughby North 6 26 Shaker Heights 8 I4 Parma 20 42 Lakewood 20 12 Shaw 15 14 Cleveland Heights 6 l6 St. Joseph 12 3rd Lake Erie League Winsi7 Losses-2 224 1, Panthers leap to hail a Euclid touchdown. Arc you sure you can find nighlcrawlers on il football Held? -4 Q4 ms-43' if ' .vw 'UN " D xv - ,- my . ' M W5 Q .aw f .+ .1 s Y was-' ' 'su I. , i 'L-'J I at Q, 3: . L 'Q . A. -5'--1 -on .fav , , " 'Yx rl Q.. .. ' ' '. V- ' . , 4.1" 1: 4. ' " W' -s ' Q . N I A V If F . - V a'. r-4' X- N. el: qi. I., . '. V n . q..,gQ.eu..5,, A Vuqhqr, ,qst V L 5: 9-R' Jones leaps high to defeat the not-so-mighty Vikings. 49A Panthers study the films of last week's game. Euclid blockers clear the way for a long gain. Y 2 Come on. Eddie, let's catch this one x v 0 'hiv ' ya., 4 --f f foo - - -. t , I X 5 E. ' 1, 'LAN I :JI f t A y i i3!..m7q ,tg-2 V.. , , A , iw. E' a n V' .. . .th ' ' an N X I to " V' "'-'---...-f'7,3.l4if:.. E' " .- qs --il h -- :5.'mg,f'f'3'3' t t -, - V A , M.. iq, Henman 1 g ' , 1 ' IPTI .. 'P 'ggi'- tl WI.. ,. Q ,,. ' '-Q is 7' 'ki W My t l ...,. lt: 'U gg .cgi X , I V, " A " N Ii X Q hd ""'-' sh t N 1 is 3 X IT ' t I -. I '- t t . t E, , ' t 'K - - I ,t , fl " Q ' I F t 5 l . t N I , - h 1 1 ? ' I K t o I "I know it's up there someplace." I , 4 The mighty Panthers hold that line. I ,t t Iv ,N tli It t t tt t W t t. t9 9 fe A G I l I t 228 lt 1 p . .- I r ,.1 ! s 2 4 1 i,- A N QRKA - ski-if, " Y :auf '- .1111 "" I-A Q 1' re- JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALLWRUW l: J. Flowers, C. Lan- ning, D. Vukcevic, D. Kendall, C. Picciano, D. Wheeler, B. Pale- chek, T. Kreit, J. Carr, G. Engelke. Raw 2: J. Hunt, J. Gilkerson B. Tortor, U. Scolaro, A. Biondi, J. Peters, B. Reichenbach, Fi Jernejcic, M. Mazzei, D. Robinson. Row 3: D. Hudec, D. Bizily, G. Cox, V. Kranz. D. DeRosa, J. Price, J. Hamilton, G. Mason, D. Corbett, B. Szabo. Raw 4: W. Kirk, B. Temple, B. Olah, M Tabor, R. Ashley, D. Reed, T. Wohlgemuth, B. Kraft. S. Agrast A. Elliot. Row 5: Manager H. Pierce, M. Paolella, V. Syracuse, E Peterson, A. Snyder, B. Symonds, Coaches W. Lindsay, H. Daugh- erty, T. Ross. Row 6: Managers K. Walters, D. Hall. J.V. FOOTBALL meant many things to the players. It was fun, friendships, the shouted encouragement from the side- lines. It was the Sophomore's first time in the "big stadium." His J.V. year was the dusty practice field. the beat-up tack- ling dummy. And it was the big game, with classmates watching: the time he caught the pass, or rushed thirty yards. or blocked with all his might. In his sopho- more year he became part of his school, in his J.V. year he became part of his team. It was a year of preparation for big- ger things to come, a year of hope that in the future he would still be playing with the same undying drive and spirit. l 229 EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID TEAM RECORD 38 Willoughby-North 24 Shaker Heights 18 St. Joseph 6 Parma 6 Lakewood I4 Shaw 8 Cleveland Heights 36 Garheld Heights 8 Maple Heights 2nd Lake Erie League Wins-7 Losses-2 The opponent Finds Euclid too powerful to contain om3"1"" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1, 11 M 11 11 1, 1 1 . I 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F 1 1 1 CHEERLEADERS-Leh lo right: Captain J. Allen, J. Roberts, C. Jankovich, B. Bogatay, M. Church, D. Hunston. 230 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -i1 l r-Q.. + ,s .wg el l Fi 5 Q, - 1 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADING-lirzeelirig1 J. Mason, L. Poese. M. lngram. Smmlmy A. Winet. S. Miller, T. Burger. The fierce, growling panthers embla- zoned on the sweaters of the six girls told more of what they really felt than did their hoarse voices and near-frozen hands and legs. Not even the cold daunted the CHEERLEADERS, for theirs was a deep and enduring spirit. Their Panthers were leading in the last quarterg the six over- joyed girls moved into the beloved "Vic- tory" formationg Euclid football fans rose in a body to join in a yell for the mighty Panthers. From the West Tech football game. through Beat St. Joe, and Powder Slzaw, to the last basketball tournament, our cheerleaders really let everyone know that "We're from Euclid High School, and no one can be prouderf' -tl -vs, 5- X 'U tv CHEERLEADING SUBSTITLlTESfLcffl to Right: C. McBr0om, P. Freed. "That's my team." 231 Q Majoreltes respond to a Euclid advance. ?' , . 12 'J - ... . E. Sullivan, P. Brennan. E, Peikovgek, B. Romisher, B. Harper, M. Randazzo, Larry, Curly, and Moe. i HEAD MAJORETTES: Madeline Randazzo and Juanita Nada. , -wx gba? 'z 5 in 'Q' 's 'if Y its F l iv One-two-three-four.two-two-three- four. Can't get mixed up! Oh, what count are we on now?!! Six?! Three? Oh, no!! There! Now I have it!! Six-two-three- four. Whew! Twirling, Hashing batonsg whirling, glimmering skirtsg high-stepping, high- kicking, goose-bumped legs-the major- ettcs' precision marching on the football field presented an unmatchable picture of style and beauty as they performed their own dance routines. This year Euclidites were justly proud of their hard-working marching MAJORETTES. .TX 1- J Nada S. Schott, D. Boehlke, N. Harding. N. Delac, D. Paul, MAJORETTE SUBSTITUTES: B. Neff, L. Gribbons, S. Heasley, B. Madey, C. Lausin, B. Kopach. s ' ' t.. 233 i Panther matmen mitch tenscly as their teammate battles for another victory. VARSITY WRESTLING-Row I: J. Schael. N. Angene,Sr.1 H. Webb. Swag J. Kurtis. D. Coy. L. Rositano, F. Jernejcic Raw 2: K, Wohlgemuth, B. Grant. K. Krixok, H. Altenweg. J. Koxach. Sr-.3 T. Rankin, Sr.: T. Moulis. Sr.: J. Weible. Sr. Rtm' 3: IN1, Dane, Sr.: G. Fowler. Sr.: S. Gebe. Sr.: B. Dixor1.Sr.1 D. Gillespie. B. Attamante, E. Orazen, Sr. ,.....L.,.-... A, , .,.,.. I . , .. 1 wi' ------,-W---W ,V l. . X - 1, , 13, .Q .nt N5 i :U Ill lx l' lf! 5 'lj 'xg W N .. .' ,. --fi , 'W""'f" "A' 'SQ ' , R31 ' K ' .fa ' Q' ' i " I ' 'W' f J f'l 234 K nr u- NX -7' EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID TEAM RECORD 29 Garfield Heights 30 Crestwood 37 Berea 29 Bridgeport 28 Lakewood 35 Painesville 38 Shaw 28 Cleveland Heights 45 Rocky River 35 Parma 31 Shaker Heights 36 St. Joseph 33 Stow District Champs 2nd in State Tournament Wins-I3 Losses-0 Everyone's eyes focus upon the center ot' the mat. Each wrestling match took many unusual turns. 235 f X N-- "ni V- e ' 1 2 1, , 11 , nm..-... 11 I 1Q 1111 1 M ll 1 .1111 l, 1 111 11 ll H 11 1 lt, 'T 11 .11 M1 1 1 ll ll I ,Mi I I'.l 4 11 'N le il 1 Q 1 11 It 1 1 2 1 1 , 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 l Q 1 1 4 ' Coach Eckairl really gets inxolved. 1 I 1 , ' 1 1 l'll leach you to say I have a crooked nose. l 1 1 1 1 1 I 4 1 I1 I Q . A ,un 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 The ref'eree's hand smacked the mat, and Eve more points flashed across the score board. Teeth clenched and muscles straining, the Euclid wrestler had pinned his opponent to the mat. The bleachers trembled with cheers, for Euclidis WRES- TLING TEAM had won again. With skill and endurance the Panthers won every meet of the season, defeating even the '60 state champions from Bridgeport. Opponents were tough and the tension high, but Euclid Hnished on top-L.E.L. Champions on their way to state. a N ,537 ,f J V ,A V'- . gl QV 1 , 1 Euclid tries to register another pin. Schael strains to subdue a struggling opponent. Orazen ends up the only undefeated wrestler Lifter this match with St. .loe's Pierce. 237 Straining, pulling, lighting to stay on top. Sweat streaming down his face and back. he struggled and twisted and never relaxed. The buzzer sounded, and he broke his hold and glanced over his shoulder at the crowd. But all heads were turnedg they were not watching him. He was only a J. V. WRESTLER. The match continued. Cheers exploded intermittent- ly, but not for him. His struggles were heralded only by a smattering of applause from some scattered sophomores. Then suddenlyfa pin. And another cheer ex- ploded, and this time it was meant for him. As he trudged off the mat, hot and sweaty and proud. voices swelled behind him: "J.V. rah! J. V. rah! Rah, rah, J.V." JV s gain experience which will help them obtain varsity status. 238 aww JUNIOR NARSITX WRESTLING R1 rl l L Romano F .ICYDSJCI9 R Mance M Leber, B.Torter C Mmbperaer .I Flowers E Pelgrson L Sgolaro R s 7 Olebky A Hlabse F Polms. G Engelke R Seamfm M Orazen J Carr, M. Mazzex D DeRosa B S henk D Hall F Oblxk EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID 11,3 .Milfs Q, Wy, 3.3. '- f5f.'.52s.-- . ig.. 5, - s 'W j,. V? .gauqr A ,,jg,g: , ii.: wi... 5 -: H-'ggi . 12?i.iz1x1': .- 1, fig ffl if . , ,.g.,q- , .. ..... VARSITY SWIMMING-Raw 1: B. Molnar, Sr.g D. Lilley, Sr.g T. Trauger, Sr.: K. Zust, Sr.g D. Zim merman, Sr.: B. Marlon, Sr. Row 2: J. Whittaker, Sr.g T. Young, Sr.g J. Collingwood, Sr.g R. Zakraysek Sr.g R. Beljan. Row 3: Mr. Resch, Coarhg J. Francis, B. Cooper, J. Randt, B. Alloway, R. Dacar, Sr. "Good work. Ken." TEAM RECORD EUCLID 17 Lakewood 62 EUCLID 67 Gilmour 19 EUCLID 30 Shaker Heights 56 EUCLID 30 Berea 56 EUCLID 43 Shaw 43 EUCLID 40 Cleveland Heights 46 EUCLID 46 W.R.A. 40 EUCLID 38 Lakewood 48 EUCLID 20 Shaker 66 EUCLID 40 Berea 46 EUCLID 44 Shaw 42 EUCLID 31 Cleveland Heights 55 EUCLID 27 University School 56 EUCLID 27 Kent State 56 EUCLID 56 Gilmour 30 4th Euclid Relays 8th Kent State Relays 5th Lake Erie League 5th District Wins-4 Losses-10 Ties-1 240 Poised on the numbered boxes. four tense SWIMMERS waited for the crack of the starting gun. At the very instant the gun sounded. legs bent and straightened as the bodies arced in a flying leap. A smack resounded throughout the room as the boys hit the water and near-by swim fans were showered with a tine spray. Up, out. pull. Up, out, pull sounded in the swimmer's brain as he strove toward the far end of the pool with a driving breast- stroke. Faster. faster! No time to look to see if I'm ahead, but no one seems to be up in front. Pull! Pull! Harder! Almost there. Now reach for the wall, flip over. and start back. Stroke. pull. Stroke, pull, Drive! Drive! Keep going. almost there. Just two more strokes. Up, out, pull. Reach! It's all over now. As the winner relaxed, he felt the cold of the water, and he climbed out of the pool, his drenched hair streaming his face with water. OH we go, into the wild blue yonder . . . girswaf-1' .......-:dw "41- . ' n EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID TEAM RECORD 15 62 15 36 53 31 56 34 19W 41 46 52 53 Wins Lakewood 71 Gilmour 24 Shaker 71 Berea 50 Shaw 33 Cleveland Heights 45 W. R. A. 30 Lakewood 60 Shaker 66W Berea 44 Shaw 32 Cleveland Heights 34 Gilmour 32 Losses-7 i V i They're oiT! iv ff X A 1 X 11-'Un Tension mounts as a close race nears the iinish. JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING-Row 1: R. Wade, J. Howard, B. Broos, G. Wickes D. Mansuy, P. Ryan. Row 2: Mr. Palmer, Coachg R. Dunker, D. Swisher, R. Hughes, B Houck, J. Kneale, A, Tucci. Row 3: C. Kos, J. Grazier, H. Pierce, L. Craig, L. Reinke, B Adam, K. Ricket. Balanced on his toes at the end of the diving board, the boy stood poised, his back to the pool. Arms rigid at his sides, head and shoulders back, he fixed his eyes on the wall ahead of him and took a deep breath. Lifting his arms to shoulder level the J. V. SWIMMER bent his body backwards into a graceful arch and fell from the board. Sometimes he entered the water perfectly without a splash, more often his dive was unevenly timed or a little off-balance. However, his spirit, en- ergy, and will to learn. more than com- pensated for his erratic skill, which will grow sure and strong with practice. Molnar exhibits the excellen An exhausted swimmer receives a helping hand. t form born of intense practice. 243 1' 5 . KRQ4, 6 gn- 'X , -' 4 , Q . , ' K ' 4 I 5 Q . X ,. ' - . 1 V- ' , L g. 1 .kfxwii 4-'-"' -A X U - ' - 'if-xxe-'J " Q f.Q":.' Danny shoots for two Y-J mf' 2 il VARSITY BASKETBALL-Row 1: R. Palmer, E. Carpenter, Sr., agers C. Lokar and K. Malchow. Sr. Row 2: M. Reba, Sr.: S. Theis Ehinger, B. Patton, Sr.3 R. Pejeau. The BASKETBALL team, tall and tem- pered, developed its vast potential in tir- ing practice sessions. Again and again they tangled with tough teams, and guarded, jumped, dribbled, passed, and shot their way to victory. Taut muscles, tension . . . Tom Davis jumped and tipped the ball, it toppled to- ward his teammate's trembling fingertips. And down the court they raced. Then Stevenson sliced through his grappling op- ponents, jumped, shot, and the ball plopped through the center ofthe net. Or Colbow, short but powerful, sped in for a quick lay-up. The basketball games this year were more exciting than ever, with higher scores, louder cheers, more dramatic plays. The powderpuff game with Shaw, the one-point defeat by Parma, the second agonizing overtime encounter at Parma, and the clashes with strong Lakewood, gave us a season of thrills. -.,,. l A f l ..,-if .4-I' :' , wi H , iN X 'W I ? 5 N- l 'mg h , Il f E, 1 N I W!! i E , 1 l i Davis is fouled as Colbow drives for a Held goal. 1 1 I 5 G 2 11 3 Perkins defends as Bathory snares the rehound. EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID TEAM RECORD 53 Chagrin Falls 55 Wickliffe 62 Garfield Heights Shaker Heights 55 Parma 80 Collinwood 58 St. Joseph 84 Lakewood 64 Shaw 78 Cleveland Heights 69 Brush 52 Shaker Heights 80 Parma 77 Akron North 64 Lakewood 87 Painesville Harvey 70 Shaw 50 Cleveland Heights lst Lake Erie League Wins-13 Losses-5 Dave tips it in for two 1 Shaker defenders show lack of hindsight. Panthers rise above futile efforts of a Parma Redman. I 1 f El i . ,ff Kurti gets an assist from Bathory. Q- N 1 Palmer climbs up for another pair, Colbow rnnneuvers the ball past three Sham defenders J.V.'s leap high for the rebound With the stands only half-filled, the J. V. BASKETBALL team tumbled onto the court at seven, in a riot of speed and enthusiasm. To some, the J.V. game was but a preview of bigger and better things to come that evening. But most of the spectators realized the tremendous effort and hard work the boys were putting into their brief hour on the court. The cheers of the crowd grew louder as the sopho- more cheerleaders jumped and kicked and clapped with eager emotion. The bleachers were packed now, and tension was mounting. The final buzzer-the J.V.'s had won, and a happy cheer bounced around the gym. The sopho- mores had set a happy, confident, win- ning mood forthe varsity game to follow. And everybody was hoping the varsity could do as fine a job as these speedy, spirited J.V.'s. Smith catches a Shaw man oh' guard. J.V.'s find ballet techniques useful on the basketball Hoor 250 EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID EUCLID TEAM RECORD Chagrin Falls Wickliffe Garheld Heights Shaker Heights Parma Collinwood St. Joseph Lakewood Shaw Cleveland Heights Brush Shaker Parma Akron North Lakewood Painesville Harvey Shaw Cleveland Heights Ist Lake Erie League Wins-I5 Losses-3 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-Row l: D. Maaswinkel B Reichenbach C Lannmg B Palechek D Kave Ro " .I Sebock C Leppert T Stolber, J. Bartholomew, D. Wheeler. Row 3: R. Murphy J Carpenter J Kovach T Murphy L Smith ,NQBLQ 54 03810 52 S H' t 'l ii V W ',l ll P+ M i l 12,9 .5 -Q iff! U '-'ss-.ai la' I BOWLING TEAM-Row 1: J. Helmink, R. Karich, Sr.: W. Komito, P. Zebrowski. Row 2: G. Kozlevcar, D. Ha- l bian, Sr.: G. Smith, Sr.: T. Kramer. Sr. 3 Rudy Karich shows winning form. iw will l . 1 l b i . I l l 1 l l Vi if! H -.l .ii i fl l Thunk! The black ball hit the polished wood and rolled smoothly down the lane. Balancing precariously on one foot, the bowler watched the ball intently. It was as if his contortions could make the ball swerve from its appointed course. Sud- denly the pins tumbled wildly over and slid around in all directions. The familiar clatter of a strike echoed throughout the alley. Away the bowler strode, smilingg he had won the match for Euclid High. Our BOWLING team, as usual, was a good one, full of enthusiasm and talent. Most ofthe members had been bowling for years, and competition with other schools made their sport even more of a challenge-and more fun than ever. 3 -1 W'-t 1 l v INDOOR TRACK Rim l S Berk Sr J Lakatosh F Hanes Sr R Francis. Sr.g G.O'Saben.Sr.1 R.Chaunce. R. Ilg. Sr.: J. Smith, V. Petroxit, Sr Rau 7 A Newman J Jerele Sr J Spencer B lxlann J Cesa H Spixack, J. Peters,J.Zevnik, M. Geiger, J. Campbell. Rtm'3: A. Beyer B Castrovinci J Hamilton R Preskar D Bailey H Faint B Fuchs B Sheppard. B. Gasper, R. Speel, B. Graus, Sr. Rim'-1: B. Fioritto.J Hoxan C Baver B Rinas C Lamb W Pettek W Symonds D Bizely R Racker. L. Cardinale. Rmv5: J. Sabath. B. Temple. B. Miller. R,H1ller G Gorsha Sr A Wallace C Hayes B Green J Vidmar B lxoxach D Gyongyos. Ruwfw: A. Bartko,Sr.g J. Orr. J. Matzelle, Sr.g R. Baitt S T "Jump . . .jump . . . lift that leg higher. . .jump!" Down the hall the hurdler raced. the thunder of his pounding feet echoing throughout the school. The ad- vice and encouragement ofthe coach ringing in his ears. the runner squeezed that last burst ol' energy from his straining muscles. From the heights of the third lloor to the depths of the basement the INDOOR TRACK TEAM was practicing. Among the spiders and dripping pipes ofthe track more trackmen were racing. It took tricky maneuvering to keep from running into a wall. for the -turns were sharp. But despite the dangers, the trackmen kept at it: and deep down beneath the earth. they almost literally ran like the devil. gawa, J. Schael. Row 2: J. Proudfoot, J. Spenko. Raw 3: D. Lonchar, F. Hanes. Row 4 Either scholastic honor or athletic abil- ity is enough to satisfy the aims of most high school students. To those select boys who balanced sports and scholarship went the respected honor of N.A.S.S. membership. Besides his skill in the class- room and on the held, each N.A.S.S. member had the courtesy and sportsman- ship which won respect and admiration from his fellow students. The big gold "E" embossed on the boy's sweater identified him as a member ofthe LETTERMAN'S CLUB. His pride in being one ofthe Panthers made him stand a little taller and walk with a spring in his step. The bright gold symbolized pride, of courseg but before the pride came hard work and sweat. On the day his name was called in assembly, he knew that his sacrifices and sore muscles had been re- warded. NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY-Row I: T. Young. A. Shina- N. Angene, C. Crone. Raw 5: D. Stevenson, R. Chaunce, M. Dane. Row 6: B. Fuchs, T Davis. E. Orazen. LETTERMENS CLUB-Raw 1: G. Dackor, T. McGill, R. Speel. J. Balch, S. Gebe, H. Qebb, J. James, G. Fowler M. Sikora, B. Yabroff. J. Bartos. Row 2: K. Krivok, H. Faint, F. Hanes. J. Beres, D. Novak, T. Krauss, B. Attamante, B. Gasper, K. Gortz, E. Francis. Row 3: K. Buda, D. Sprochi, D. Colbow, R. Vidmar, R. Chaunce, J. Jerele, G. Huebner, R. Bowen, C. Crone, B. Miller, T. Baker, D. Lonchar. Row-1: B. Nowacek, D. Mason, C. Ehinger, O. DeMarco, S. Berk, T. Rankin. A. Shinagawa, P. Jackson, B. Dixon, M. Orazen, J. Proudfoot, G. Hager, L. Kogan, R. Francis, D. Ehas. Raw 5: T. Gron, L. Burgin, D. Stevenson, J. Kurti, P. Maskunas, J. Gessic, B. Fuchs, E. Proster, C. Terranova, D. Andrulis, B. Sheppard. D. Gillespie, B. Klann, H. David, K. Malchow, D. Jones. J. Campana. L. Schneider, T. Davis. 1 ATHLETIC BOARD-Row 1: A. Vaccariello, R. Addis, R. Keay. Row 2: D. Mohr, H. Daugherty, V. Resch, J. Bergem, Ron 3 F Pringle D Thompson, C. Owens, B. Graham, C. Swackhamer. Money, money, money. Vacc sat hunched in his tiny cubicle counting, counting, trying to balance the books. Into the night the ATHLETIC BOARD worked, co- ordinating the many sports, setting up schedules, choosing dates and times. The scoreboards, the sports publicity, the season passes and tickets were a tiny but important facet of the sports season. Mr. Keay and the Athletic Board worked hard to make every sport a success, 255 I s . I 'v"TV f I 'E ii W 11' yi ,llf W2 fi H Y! I w N? W 'i ,Vi I N 4: ,Nl 1: 'N XX 2-Ct f -ze-I . J l il, l V E S. 3X 1 wx ff 175 -ln. I , ., ,,. . ,Qu 1, ,,1swH-94-++4-+1--+-+-fly1 .X Q j's-,X kj I ll C' ' 'SX x""f,. ,,.-,WA A E 1 w f,-,,, Ed gives Mr. Owens the axe. Dancing feet and swirling splotches of color. A fiddle alive with music and a spontaneous burst of excited applause, The Vikings of Norway were performing at Euclid, and they had as much fun as the delighted audience who watched. Later came the smooth, practiced singing ofthe Choral Masters at Christmas. And their rich, strong voices were both joyous and reverent as the Benediction moved a rapt audience. At last came the Student Coun- cil campaign assembly. the sports and honors ASSEMBLIES, and the rousing cry of "Seniors first!" Spirit, pep, and a pride in their team. .if The Norwegian dancers entertained us at an assembly, , I ' N. X N . H, nv . --NL- ,, --1 - '. ,Jff iff ' ' 'il , H z l ' , 9 Q. . K 'Y f 'f? s Z Kathi was head over heels about the EUCLIDIAN assembly Run, Joe, run! Sure. l'm receiving formal. The auditorium was Filled. The audience sat and talked quietly among themselves, waiting for the curtain to rise. But backstage, none sat and chatted calmly. The atmosphere was rather a chaotic mess, as the cast hur- ried back and forth looking for costume accessories, touching up make-up, scrutinizing the script for a final review. As the orchestra started the opening strains of the overture for the FALL PLAY, Damn Yankees. the cast hurried to their places forthe opening scene. Many whispered, "Break a leg," the good luck greeting ofshow business. As the curtain fell at the end ofthe last scene, those last minute worries need never have been. The play was successful and almost perfect. But more than this, those critics for whom the cast was playing, the audience, loved the whole show. 5 i . 5. Two lost souls? Q X--News -,...f...j.- . R 5 . x S J 2 an I 5 tg? X Q 1 ix ,E ., .r X Ex l 9 S Q Q 1. .Q v., ' ' :xx V ' N: X ,,, , uv' .K . ' .mf 71 ,- .4 5 'Q f ff M I L QM. You've gotta have heart! I I Oh, the dexil with you. "Y 'rTF ' 7 . ' 41-Ap. I . 2115155 197-1-ie'-.ip-A, fi "vii ' 1344. ,: I:.,1 5'l'f. '--:Eg fn '5-4513 t ,lg l I I I I I I liii l 261 I --nn 1 I CAST ...........Frank Hadfield MEG BOYD ......, .... C harlene Cradis MR. APPLEGATE. .. SISTER ......... JOE BOYD ...... ... ....Mary Gault ....Linda Jerabeck ....Bill Boyton . . , . .Dan Geddes DORIS ........ JOE HARDY .... HENRY ....... SOHOVIK .,.. ..... J ohn Bengston SMOK EY .....,... . .. ..... Lee Brewster LINVILLE .............. ..... B ob Leber BENNY VAN BUREN .... ...Larry Singer ROCKY ................ .... J oe Odda LOWE ............. ... .... Jim Flowers MICKEY ....... ... ........ Bill Pugh VERNON ........... .... D ennis Miller GLORIA THORPE .... ...... J o Ann Gornik LYNCH ......... .... .... D a ve Mansperger MR. WELCH .... ......., N eil Lauter LOLA .................. .... C onnie Mullins MISS WESTON .,........ .... J an Vukcevic: WESTON'S ASSISTANT ........ Wendy Lucas THE COMMISSIONER ...,.. Jim Zimmerman MR. HAWKINS. the Postmaster .... Joe Weible FAN CLUB MEMBERS .... Wendy Lucas. Jon Boyton, Pam Krueger. Paula Bauer. Cathy Yane. and Rich Custard REPORTERS ................. Ken Rieket and Tom Nowacek GUARD .......... .,.... F red Fleck POPCORN MAN .............. Dennis Miller HAREM GIRL .............. ...Kathy Baker CHORUS: Mark Hobzek, Fred Fleck. Tom No- wacek. Dave Mansperger. Randy Vidmar. Jim Flowers. Don Vargo. Ken Ricket. Tom Russ, Peg Brancae. Becky Daugherty. Sar- ah Ralls, Barbara Schmitt, Linda Foy. Penny Freed. Laurene Kytle. Peg Bizzarri. Shanna Doley. and Janet Stillinger. ......Pat Dickey ." ' X -Q 1 .Sf I I hope I get this dress done before the dance. To many of us. HOMECOMING weekend meant wagons, wood, and nailsg crepe paper, which we could not find in blue or yellow in all of Euclid: chicken wire, which we managed to buy in the wrong sizeg needles, which punctured our lingers in our etTort to sew the masterpiece together: sleep, losing so much as we worked until all hours of the morningg homework, our not being prepared for classesg pride, seeing our tloat in its precarious but glorious finished form. Homecoming also meant the traditional bonnre with cheers. snake dance. and cremation ot' the dummy. The cheerleaders aroused spirit in the crowd as they led them in victory cheers. and the majorettes performed to the music of the pep band. To climax the evening the team shouted encouragement to captain Ed Orazen as he predicted the fate of Shaker by sending the dummy to its roasting ruin. 262 Last rites for the Homecoming dummy Braxing the heat with a smile. 1 4 Ah ' .1 1 4:,.1i I Shaker went to blazes. HOMECOMING NOMINEES-Row lx J. Nada, C. Jankowich, D. Hunston. Raw 2: P. Flaler, G. Nosan, K. Schmidt, K. Coros, M. Randazzo, D, Paul. Raw 3: M. Church, J. Feith, D. Boehlke, C. Kerestes, N. Mijacek, S. Calvert. .1 X .3 f, !'. 'as +1 ff 1 ,n 44 fl' S 1P1 Hard work on display. At the Homecoming game many smiling hello's rang out as friend met friend. It was the weekend for alumni, the first weekend for many of Euclid's students to return home and see old friends. At halt' time the floats, the result of many hard hours ofcreative planning and build- ing, paraded by. The students waited eagerly for the announcement of the winners, and cheered loudly for Key Club's first place Hoat, "I Get A Kick Out of You." At the traditional dance the following evening, the students warmly received the radiant queen, Juanita Nada, and her court. Many were sad as the dance ended, knowing that also ended was HOMECOMING, 1960. Guess who wears glasses Q ff, L -iq' -NWN L Q Beauty on parade. ,...-4-.-r.-,-n A radiant queen brought an end to a wonderful weekend, THE 1960 HOMECOMING COURTYSeared1efr to right: J. Feith, K. Coros, J. Nada, G. Nos- an, C. Kerestes. Standing let? ro right: D. Stevenson, K. Zust, E. Orazen, S. Gebe, T. Davis. 1 INF? 1 Q s FIU S .-.--U1 WWW K5 ""hi'q GLORIA NOSAN. Senior ,4Itc'm1'al1t KATHY COROS, Spnitzr Attendant wry--wr 'Mgt Q -sd wmv JEANNE FEITH, Junior Attendant CHARLOTTE KERESTES, Sophomore Attendant 43C A-wwf 267 Our beautiful 1960 Homecoming Queen, JUANITA NADA 1 -7- 'Ui if ,,1 0- X, 1,- Q-J . --1... L-411 4 Compliments of BlNG'S FURNITURE "Where Price and Quality Meetn 22300 Lake Shore Boulevard AN 1-0800 PHILLIP JULES CO. 22358 Lake Shore Boulevard RE 1-1556 ALAN'S BEAUTY SALON 629 East 185 Street IV 1-7553 Teen Time 3:00 to 9:00 Thursday Reduced Rate "Best wishes to the Class 1961" BEACHLAND PHARMACY 20010 Lake Shore Boulevard KE 1-0631 ' "Tom Baker is admiring the sweater tried on by Ken Zust" RlCK'S MEN'S SHOP 22572 Lake Shore Boulevard Euclid 23, Ohio AN 1-1441 " Tlicre ls cz Material Differerzcen DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY 1420 DILLE ROAD EUCLID, OHIO liuclitl's Only Lumber Yard KE 1-0592 Lumber - Plywood - Flooring Shingles - Doors and Windows Compliments of WATERWASH HARDWARE 345 East 200 Street Euclid 19, Ohio KE 1-1956 RICHMOND BEVERAGETOWN 213 Richmond Road Richmond Heights, Ohio RE 1-9010 oi-no HONING , HYDRAULIC N H 1, . 23800 St. Clair Avenue I ' . lf i E - mu . . flux 'V Euclid. Ohio RE 1-5700 - 'L - -4' D .f-io l X' aw-"" Q- ff C . iyhy I , ' tx 1,12 ompllments of 3 3 X, 1 J.-,, ni ' N MELDEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE ' 4 Delicious fried chicken is only one of the good things 696 East 185 Street Bonnie Adams and Ann Zeravica End at EUCLID DELICATESSEN. Your neighborhood shopping center Shoes, Dry Goods, and Furnishings EUCLID DEI-ICA1-ESSEN for all the family 365 East 200 Street IV 1-1116 IV6-1076 Congratulations to the class of 1961 BASCH'S EUCLIDIS LEADING JEWELERS 22780 Lake Shore Boulevard Euclid 23, Ohio RE 1-3132 Featuring A meriea's Finest Nationally Known Jewelry Merchandise Compliments of EUCLID NKNHNG and STORAGE INC. 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M ...A Compliments of JOSEPH MERSEK 81 SONS BUILDERS CLAYTON'S OFFICE SUPPLY 1781 East 238 street and Euclid17,0hio PRINTING, INC. KE 1-1674 School Supplies t Wedding Announcements Complete Printing Services Negatives and Plates Compliments of 756 East 222 Street AN 1-2450 GLASCOTE PRODUCTS, INC. 20900 St. Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio KE 1-0670 JUZEZIF' " in Compliments of 3 RECORD CARNIVAL, INC. 1: -f1' 1 7. gr .1 ty, '1 jg 26159 Euclid Avenue ' AN 1-1589 m ? Curt Freed is selecting one of the many record albums at RECORD CARNIVAL, INC. PAPP'S BODY SHOP 21100 St. Clair Avenue IV 1-4333 ST. CLAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY 'COMPANY 2 0000 St. Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio KE 1-6000 277 it-" Jean Dragolic ponders over the selection of a ring at FRIEDMAN JEWELERS. FRIEDMAN JEWELERS " 1-.1,-,1f1.'-11:-:fs-9:f,.19w':?. uzwzi-va-f: M -114 .-1.1,-,..l " ' . 1,,1::53wpg,4-4 ,kg -5:S::f:tv44. , .- A: 1-4:54 -wr:-1:5 .455 3,3-1 5 - Charlene Cradis. Pat Dreifort, and Carol Shenkel admire blossoms in IRENE'S FLORAL DESIGNS. IRENE'S FLORAL DESIGNS 22312 Lake Shore Boulevard 265 East 305 Street Shoregate RE 1-0800 WH 3-4043 BYRNE-TIFFANY ggi 1 ' HOUSE or QuAurY .....s. .LE 'w?'i,, Lg: :V - if Vs.ss T A Mi 'F E' "2'A i' 'E BEN ll VILLAGE 2 on tt t f 1 was s.sPR1NcER 1 - FURNITURE APPLIANCES CARPETING Q tg wc- Q E 2 MANAGERS ig, A A -e'1tEt .L -' A k:- - Xl' -f :lin ilfd- bi ' ' 5404 Superior Avenue ' -' ' W 'F 5' Cleveland 3, Ohio - A EN 1-5195 BATES 81 SPRINGER, INC. 3101 Euclid Avenue RE 1-4829 C ompliments of TREBEC HERB EXCAVATING FITZGERALD 635 East 185 Street KE 1-1313 571 East 200 Street Pi1Ol1OgIAlilJ1l Records VV V 4 S Rzulio and '1i.V. Repair Y Closed Circuit u Denny Drummond shows Steve Barta a fine leather Jacket at Television Systems GORNIK'S. IV 1-1000 Commuiiications 22340 Lake Shore Boulevard RE 1-2151 There's always room for one more in a Corvair Greenbrier at JACKSHAW CHEVROLET. JACKSHAW CHEVROLET 543 East 185 sneer IV 1-9090 279 fv 'l l I ,Ri u l l 1 l gn! K "Best Wishes to the Class of '61" From G. Banko CLEVELAND TOOL 81 DIE COMPANY 30510 Lakeland Boulevard WH 4-2900 SHEET METAL PRODUCTS CO., INC. 21200 St. Clair Avenue KE 1-1960 280 4-I l 1. 1'- PRESSURE CASTINGS 21500 St. Clair Avenue IV 1-5400 5 'f-LIN R ' f x A gg I X X., . ' V N ' v . 6 ' -' Q. R , N B if T .-P, , Jack and Sara inspect the precision work of PRESSURE CASTINGS 281 If Y 1 ' ' 3 I KL-Q i-Q ...wh , is 1 f ' "'i 1 . 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 , 11 I 1' , I 5' E I Car receives cleansing bubble bath at 1 KERR-LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES, LAKE SHORE AUTO WASH. I IN I 1 Screw Machine Products LAKE SHORE AUTO WASH A W h' P ' h' 21850 St. Clair Avenue mo as mg and Obs mg 1 Euclid 17, Ohio KE 1-8380 22701 Shore Center Drive RE 1-7177 1 ' Y TYPING 'f- H' :: , , XX A SUPPLIES HERE i 1 rimiuv in A-5-.v'6ff':h ig 1 ILA Q W" I x . 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WILDWUOD NIARINE CONIPANY TUTHll.l.'S CANTEBURY FLORIST WILDWOOD MARINE CO. "Euclid's Oldest F lorisf' 557 Ilggstl lg851gtreet IV 6-1310 16820 Lake Shore Boulevard ADAM'S MEAT MARKET I 520 East 200 Street Euclid 19, Ohio We Deliver IV 1-2386 KNAFEL SHORE MARKET I 20070 Lake Shore Boulevard IV 1-4411 1 NORTHEASTERN OHIO .IACOBSEN SALES 81 SERVICE, INC. I 29950 Lakeland Boulevard Wicklilfe, Ohio . WH 4-4737 li i Ambulance Service Euclid Rotarian I MURRAY P. NICOL, Funeral Director Owner of C. N. DAVIS FUNERAL HOME 19001 Nottingham Road KE 1-0747 Good Luck to the Graduates of 1961 I I 1 THE CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS CO. I Euclid's Paint Manufacturers 1150 East 222 Street KE 1-0710 i CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '61 LAKE SHORE ELECTRIC CORPORATION 205 Willis Street Bedford, Ohio BE 2-0200 290 1 I CONGRATULATIONS TO' THE GRADUATINC CLASS CARL A. .IONKE INSURANCE AGENCY 22700 Shore Center Drive RE 1-8400 Compliments of THE F. HOHLFELDER COMPANY 10470 LAKELAND BOULEVARD RE 1-7400 IZIII3... ,-ff? SIIIL'L'I'L' Igcst Ivislzes , .Sk . Euclid High Seniors AQ, " 1 E X ' l S Q 3 EA. ' - -1- .Z 4:4 STAN MINOTAS TOMORROW? 'I S ' . ' A . D' .' ,. ,,5 fa. , M ., - My y is . -5 . 4-5 . 3 534 ip 1 ' NC-A Ng - g+,. f .I V ,. g. ' ff-- . , 12 - 'ft xiii v.-:fu ip. ,-A 'f H .f ' Cl., gg, . j,.. ' - ,11,:.q3,4 gf IQ- if , -rirj bf 3 :i j ' E121-I Ea. .. 1 . Ni k , mi ,Ziff f I 15 I I I N iii? A 'Q ,Q-, , L-2 H .fy ,H ,Qi J I --,.' 1 - ,tiki 2 152 ' :,"i..3 -A -'Q '51E"'wf-1' is ,I " A ' 11351-KIA V v pg ,,, sh Q, V. 1,5 A W .. .Ng , IMI!-,-1 I- ff m e - iii ' V 7 f"?iP61f,2 " 1 'W I ' -' Q. 17 I w if. L, ' , 5 ' gg if? Viz'-1-Qsii fiiwg f' 43" "' ff 3I?jg',:iI'Ii,4 4, ' . ,sniff H V ,731 .W - g X '---12' ..: A g I :fvuv-f-+ V, , M11 1 av?-nv A 'I "L-Egfr: iff' aid' .A I as f 1- 1 by ev 5 T' , 'D Af Da. M" 5In3, ,', 7','1?' ,igkfpgw 1'ix:1Q"x, fr , f i . . Q gm ,Q 1 ' . gk-fig. -5.21. if A S5TS+ff' 4iawISFII?71Qxf ,Qi ,f,.,fi+a2if4"f'f 'L-X.-yi 2 54,5 JHL7, if -ivsj, Q. I , ' ,I r, lj- " Uk. f iff?-1 'I ' ,K ,A Y, ,Y .Ai, S- LEADERS EUCLID-RACE DAIRY PRODUCTS 503 East 200 Street 0 ' A sulzaau vssseueo T0 B BUSIIGSS' KEENER PRINTING BUILDING IV I-4700 401 EAST 200TH STREET EUCLID 19, OHIO ,VV Z 0 owzw ,ME . f' i ' 1 .rv A f 1 U ji X gmiifm ' 4 if PJ f it li ill ll ii .A , WW: Gi g5fM.?'Y Q . c - Q-wir' ,f 1 1- f w in Qi ie Public transport borrows ideas from American MonoRail Someday you may ride to work this way because public transport officials borrow from efficient handling methods developed by American MonoRail engineers. For over thirty years all kinds of materials have moved on monorail tracks in nearly every industry-and beginning with hand pushed carriers, today's developments include systems that are completely automatic from pick-up to deposit. Heavy-bulky-hard to handle loads travel quickly, safely and directly to their destination-through the air. Only the I research and experience of American MonoRail engineers 3 make this equipment possible. l l ml A . 2 .. jgngs.. ,0'l'l:6 ENGINEERED MATERIALS HANDLING : A Ill! EAST 200th STREET CLEVELAND I7, OHIO ' 'I 1 I DlVlSlONS.' Conveyor Division, Tipp City, Ohio- Canadian Monorail Co., Ltd., Gulf. Onl- 292 SKI-WAY MACHINE PRODUCTS 24460 Lakeland Boulevard RE 2-9000 0 STAR BLOCK AND BUILDER'S SUPPLY Many of the nicest homes are built by: 30150 Lakeland Boulevard Wickliffe, Ohio L. M. GUNDERSEN WH 3-2111 13111 Shaker Square SK l-3131 S 1 1 Dick Hasher and Art Hach inspect a machine at NON-FERROUS METALS FABRICATING CO. 293 NON-FERROUS METALS FABRICATING CO + 25861 Tungsten Road RE 2-7171 mr, i".l" Al ' ij 'CD "because I demand qualify . . X PRECISICN QPTICAL 22580 Lake Shore Boulevard AN III66 294 W. T. GRANT 22574 Lake Shore Boulevard THE MODERN CREDIT WAY to shop . . . designed to make family budgeting easier . . . Compliments of MODEL FOOD MARKET Proprietors: Florian 8: Marie Koncar 445 East 200th St. KE 1-7447 AN 1-1748 Lsvrznpnzss Now . . . Compliments "Charge if Plans" VOGUE of fhe PRINTING COMPANY 1961 EUCUY0 1. 30 day charge account with option terms Gm , 1, nd gag gliding 2. Credit Coupons Account 3. Special Account RE 2-7222 6l8 East 185 Street JCJHN HULT IV 6-0585 EucIid's finest literary magazine PERME'S 720 East 152 Street Cleveland 10, Ohio UL 1-2525 "A Style Crest Store" Furniture Televisions Appliances Carpet WESTERN 81 SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 18233 Euclid Avenue KE 1-5775 MI SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED 813 East 135 Stl-egt 6235 St. Clair Avenue 25090 Euclid Avenue IV 1-7800 AN 1-1200 HE 1-5670 296 ""'ll'1,A -.... .. ,,1. -Y, ,. ...- - . .-,... ,.. - - i.....t 'LL-.1 -W -L--A fft' - V A--1 ---Q .+ L ' 1, ' its ww sl-lltg BUDYS 7"" '11 r--9-Hn-M -' v -.1-' - V' 1 COMPLIMENTS of BRENNAN'S AUTO SERVICE 11735 Euclid Avenue SW 5-3305 Congratulations and Good Luck STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS from the CHARTERHOUSE MOTOR HOTEL + If you are interested in any 24800 Euclid Avenue merchandise or demonstration AN 1-0300 call Betty Barnes. . .RE I-1090 Congratulations to the 1961 Graduating Class . CLEVELAND HOBBING 81 MACHINE CO. 131 11 Chardon Road KE 1-5240 297 .4 I 'J'w i.g- 1 1 , 1 M 'W 4- l I l I .1 ll , . l - " l , f i -, l rm., il I N x Kathy and Alice like the latest fashions, Linda Leybeck plans to improve her grades by using a typewriter at AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. MODERN DEB AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. , 1 SPORTSWEAR CO-ORDINATES l 25501 Euclid Avenue i 22822 Lake Shore Boulevard RE 2-9299 AN 1-2525 tw We 1 i 7 1 1 1 2 John and Henry view the most modern equipment at HI CARB. I CARPET- RITE CO. HI CARB CORPORATION I 25455 Euclid Avenue 1055 East 260 Street RE 1-3540 AN 1-0200 '68 AUTO BODY SUPPLIES EU6l'37flZllZg for the Body Shop COIFFURES BY JOHN 21944 Lake Shore Boulevard AN 1-2411 4 ls J Y' , OI '-A 12808 Shaw Avenue Cleveland 8, Ohio GL 1-3400 Chas. J, Schmidt MARlo's nowen AND GARDEN CENTER 18245 Euclid Avenue IV 1-9292 N 111-145-3- If X X 3 'L Ecusp,-A-VO 34,7 ll! I I ll' X I I D R adj!!! THE EUCLID Key Club EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL 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. RE 1 8000 Compliments of Y Y-1 LACO DIE CASTING COMPANY E'-4 M" ' 23440 Lakeland Boulevard RE 1-6600 CARL J. NEWMAN Mason Contractor 450 Lloyd Road RE 1-2705 rw: . I' . ---bf-' 1 .L.lLl4L.L.s-QLALL-. A.: ,ly ISI DHL T?-1 .., V, 4 ' v"JLf"517 2'9"lQo2.,., 4- Compliments of BETHANDALE CORP. 24040 Lakeland Boulevard RE l-4394 BROOKS HEATING 81 SHEET METAL CO. "Over 20 Years Experience" 370 East 250 Street RE 1-2997 SHORE WINDOW SHADE COMPANY 900 East 222 Street Flowers for all occasions may be found at RE 2-7443 BIG BOUQUET FLORIST 480 East 200 Street IV 6-4343 THE AUSTIN COMPANY DESIGNERS - ENGINEERS - BUILDERS I I STEEL FABRICATING DIVISION Compliments of l l 1 l l l ' I 1245 East 222 Street E i l 1 I Euclid 17. ohio M I EV 2-6600 l If GERL EXCAVATING ll f co. l I Compliments of DEMSHARIS I ll 23600 Lakeland Boulevard 22034 Lake shore Boulevard RE 1-0077 1 RE 1-4770 Q'-J so wANK TELEVISION SERVICE I 1 coMPANY, mc. l , I Q 398 East 200 Street KE l-1222 l EllC'IIldlS Oldest Twlezfiszmz Semfife Company 4 4 l I I I , f NEISNER BROTHERS I l I INconPoRArEo 1 I I l 3 l l l l I I 1 l I 700 East 185 Street FOREST CITY I MATERIAL COMPANY KE 1-3520 17903 St. Clair Avenue KE 1-6600 I ll k Compliments of NATIONWIDE BILL'S LAKE FURNITURE, INC. ADVERTISING PURE OIL STATION SERVICE "Everything for the Home" "We Meet All Prices" 855 East 222 Street 610 Investment ST. CLAIR CUT STONE, INC. Everything in Natural Stone FIREPLACES - SILLS LANDSCAPING - STEPS PATIOS - WALLS 905 East 185 Street RE 2-7616 Ins. Bldg. Stan Erzen To 1-3787 19507 St. Clair Avenue owner IV 1-9614 IV 1-2442 Compliments of WEAN EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 22800 LAKELAND BOULEVARD RE 1-7000 RADIX WIRE CO. 303 26260 Lakeland Boulevard RE 1-9191 I 1 I i SHORE CENTER BARBER SHOP 22746 Shore Center Drive air conditioning - T.V. - ample parking 4 Barbers AN 1-2066 ' Complete Prmtzng Service ACTIVITIES PRESS INC. Carnations and roses from WILDWOOD FLORAL AND GIFT SHOPPE make a fragrant corsage for Eileen Glenn. WILDWOOD FLORAL AND GIFT SHOPPE 20020 Lake Shore Boulevard IV 1-3215 22700 Shore Center Avenue Euclid, Ohio AN 1-1100 ...Q-up info Euclid graduates may be employed at the FORSBERG ENAMELING COMPANY in the making and selling of fine enamel products. FORESBERG ENAMELING CO. 5103 Lakeside EX 1-9269 304 w- Compliments of Compliments of For Complete Design Service AEROMOTIVE DESIGNERS, INC. SUPREME LYDIA'S GARAGE BEAUTY 580 East 200 Street SALON Clevelzmtl 19, Ohio IV 63131 Anthony J. proprietor ' Schiavoni Mrs. Harry Bemtson A 3 2 6. STER, ' '- 1'-1 K OMPAN Y 12311 Woodland 26640 Lake Shore Avenue Boulevard Oificez 444 East 200 Street sw 1-9269 AN 1-0240 Euciid 19, Ohio KE 1-1221 One Stop Car Care 30 Years Experience GLEN CUTLER, INC. 6908 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio specializing in Chrysler products complete body repair and painting - 24 hour towing - anything your car requires Days: UT 1-8686 Nights: UT 1-8625 23776 Lakeland Boulevard "S RE 1-3300 'ef 712532 I g 3 S g 1 'J Good Luck 'Qi . L- 3 'C' Class of '61 nl: 377 - VV S f, gl it -,.... --:?g 91,4 ...1 1"1 TW JOHN DRENIK- Eh-'irz'-iw-6'--eii-Jgn..-V - ft: ,-ALQEETJCI,-,,, 6 .1 jar C 'fi 6 President DRENIK BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTING, INCORPORATED 305 l l il f PATRONS ll or THE 1961 EUCLIDIAN ll. ll ill .I , l" , i Dr. Don A. Crawford i fl 4 Dr. Philip O'Brien ll I Dr. Edward K. Hahn J 1 Dr. Elwood P. Sawitke A i Dr. William D. Grant s Dr. Robert F. McGonagle Dr. Howard A. Nelson, Jr. Drs. Keating, Weigle, and Meaney J y Dr. Lloyd N. Hollander Dr. Robert C. Waltz Dr. Edward E. Drake Dr. Louis J. Perme X ii Dr. William J. Renner i Dr. R. John Stahl Dr. Harry W. Wise I Dr. William Schiffman Dr. Raymond Hiller Dr. Carl W. Rotter Dr. S. H. Makman Dr. Jorge Medina T Dr. Henry Sloan i Dr. Francis Berthold 1 lgll'nl.nz .-nlrvlrhnfcl-lla' ' v -. Q, .f,n,u,.,u,n.ln,n.-.gl:alll-slr"I 4 VENUS Y-TEENS S-J T7 7' AURORA Y-TEENS HAMILTON MOLD AND MACHINE, INC. 25016 Lakeland Boulevard RE 2-8200 EUCLID IGNITION SALES AND SERVICE 1062 East 185 Street IV 1-2222 EUCLID CITY PLUMBING SERVICE 23745 Lake Shore Boulevard RE 2-7090 PANTHER DINER 768 East 222 Street KA cross from Euclid High 1 RE 1-9775 59.:1-H2 E ,Q Tis, -, "Ag ' 71 1 ..,,..-1-L....1....., 1, L-..-A .rs- ,.. '?i,, -, . js-, 3.-. -T-Q f-v l,,.-.J Y "if ' 4 , Lv'- io - :. ... 3- A young industry in Euclid is the T. J. MURNICK COMPANY where special machine parts are made. T. J. MURNICK MFG., INC. 1081 East 260 Street RE 2-7050 , L"' --- ---- 5- an---" . "-"....-1 . 'I 'T 'VI II I K, it I WITH EVERY GOOD WISH TO THE CLASS OF 'l96l .II IM I' MAYOR I l JUDGE, MUNICIPAL COURT ' LAW DIRECTOR I y ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR I I FINANCE DIRECTOR lj! N SERVICE DIRECTOR I M PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL I If lst WARD COUNCILMAN 2nd IVARD COUNCILMAN 3rd YVARD COUNCILMAN xj elth WARD COUNCILMAN I I l Anthony Sustarsic 1 I Frank Ivelling I . CHIEF OF POLICE I FIRE CHIEF I Affgiiisfiiea I I I I I I I I 308 1' 5:8 'Mfg A YOUR CITY OFFICIALS COUNCIL-AT-LARGE 45 I Kenneth J. Sims William F. Burns john F. Ray, Jr. Michael A. Spino Anthony B. Baldwin Walter Nason Harry J. Knuth Willard Schutt Anthony J. Lang Max Gerl Helge V. Erickson Charles W. Wade Joseph Whalen Ernest C. Peters George R. Langa 'ESRB F: IK. .dr I Compliments of SEMBRIC-CONSOLO BUILDING COMPANY 4939 Clubside Road EV 2-5745 MO 2-6762 f-' ' Compliments of EUCLID LAWN GARDEN WILLIAMS MUSIC SHOP EQUIPMENT, INC. ,MUSIC AND EDUCATION Fertilizer - Seed ARE SYNONYMOUSU 764 East 222 Street RE 2-8881 897 East 222 Street RE 2-8666 21700 St. Clair .'LX'E'IlllF MANUFACTURING COMPANY KE 1-4040 LAKELAND BODY 84 PAINT SHOP Expert Auto Repairs and Painting RE 1-9006 1310 East 260 Street FLICKINGER, INC. Bear Wheel Alignment and Balancing G 0 I' I' I II 0 ' Srfmou Raybestos Bonded Brakes 939 East 222 SITCSI RE 1-7100 24180 Lakeland Boulevard RE 1-3299 ,,,l..L..p.? HUDSON PHARMACY FRED KRAUSS GARA Wheel Chairs GE Canes Crutches Walkers RENTED AND SOLD Joan Harper admires flowers at TRIANGLE FLORIST. 1570 Dille R084 KE 1-3874 TRIANGLE Fl-0R'5T 922 East 222 street 18604 sr. Clair RE 27066 KE 1-8479 Compliments of Compliments of THE REPLAC CORPORATION BOWSHOT, COOPER AND O'DONNELL Engineers 21830 St. Clair Avenue 19571 Roseland IV 1-4680 IV 6-1550 LASALLE CLEANERS AND DYERS Sincere Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1961 from Pick-up and delivery service MARIO'S PIZZA 835 East 185 Street Cleveland 19, Ohio 26159 Euclid Avenue Euclid, Ohio KE 1-3658 AN 1-0665 ALVIN'S JEWELERS 690 East 185 Street IV 1-4104 Euclid students took pride in their Senior keys EUCLID BLUE PRINT 81 SUPPLY 908 East 222 Street RE 1-4662 Compliments of WILKE HARDWARE 809 East 222 Street RE 1-7070 Compliments of SIMS BROS. BUICK 18781 Lake Shore Boulevard IV 6-0600 Compliments of LOUIS HAIR STYLISTS 20030 Lake Shore Boulevard IV 1-3775 Everyone turned out to make the Homecoming Float a success. A cenfer of sfudenf acfivify: Christmas Baskets for the Needy Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy Paperback Bookstore Homecoming E Room Fountain Workers Spring Sports Dance Basketball Concessions Voters' Babysitting Service Wrestling Concessions Cafeteria Music Adoption of a Foster Child Get-Well Cards to Sick Students 312 Student octopus waits on a thirsty customer. f' Algmilgxll' F-...Ji nfl , Q K iqiiiuss ix si , . -V I T I ways u 'Rin till! 'A'-7-I .ml ' - 1 .11- ""Z .1 ,. is t M si ,i, 'i 1913" 'vw -f l P A mv .,-.ir it i . , ' ,Mn W, . --, HKXEXSX. H ' f f'-if--5--v TWBYQ, Karen Tomko. organizer of the paperback bookstore and Laura Skomski look over its Xi! 'ir X5 many selections. A cenfer of sfudenf governmenf Identitication Cards Assemblies Honor Study Halls Hall Guards Social Room Committee Rules and Policies Poster Placement Staggcred Test Schedule Suggestion Box Lost and Found Mock Presidential Election RICHMOND LANES 18 AMFLanes 18 Open Bowling Fri. Sat. Sun. PAGE REALTY CO. Multiple Listing Service" Realtors - Insurance Notary Public Appraisals Oscar B. 84 Jean O. Page Lounge Bar Realtors CHARLITE STEAK HOUSE 455 East 200 street 26173 Euclid AN 1-1677 22350 Lake Shore Boulevard KE I-1030 IV 1.9800 Compliments of Compliments of AERQ Eucun J. c. HOMER GRDINA WELDING CO. T.V. 8g RADIO HARDWARE WWDOW Heli-Arc-Gas and Arc Welding SHADE STEREO HI-FI TV RADIO 22336 Lake Shore 24180 Lakeland Boulevard Boulevard COMPANY Euclid, Ohio Euclid 23, Ohio RE 1-0403 AN 1-2777 505 East 185 Street 528 East 200 Street Dick Zaferatos EE E KE P4343 - E 7 ' IV 1-7991 309 A Activities Press, Inc. Adam's Meat Market Addressograph-Multigraph CorpA Adrian 8 Conti Beauty Institute Aereomotive Designers, Inc. Aero Welding, lnc, Ajax Manufacturing Co. Alan's Beauty Salon Alvin's Jewelers American Monorail American Stamping Co. American Typewriter Co. Amster Co. Aurora Y-Teen Austin Co., The A Auto Body Supplies Basch's Jewelers B Bates'8L Springer, Inc. Beachland Pharmacy Bethandale Corp. Big Bouquet A Bi1l's Pure Oil Bing's Furniture Bookstore Bowshot, Cooper :SL O'Donnell Bradford Products. Inc. A A A Brennan's Auto Service A A A Brooks Heating and Sheet Metal Co. Byrne-Tilfany C Carpet-Rite Co, ,,,.. A Chandler Products Corp. Charlite Steak House A A Charterhouse Motor'Hotel Chesterfield Steel Service City Officials A A A A A C1ark's Food Store A A A Claytonls Oflicer Supply 8: Printing, Inc. Cleveland Hobbing 8a Machine Co. Cleveland Tool Sc Die Co. ,..,. A Coiffures by John A A Continental Products A A A A A ' A A Craig 8: Sherman Nationwide Insurance D C. N. Davis Funeral Home A A J. Demshar 8: Sons .,.AiA. A Dille Road Lumber Co. A A A A A Drenik Beverage Distributing, Inc. AA E East 200th Hardware . A . Eaton Manufacturing Co. A A A Euclid Euclid Blueprint and Supply A City Plumbing Service A A A Euclid Delicatessen AA A Euclid Heat Treating Co. A Euclid Ignition Sales 8L Serviec Euclid Key Club A Euclid Lawn 8L Garden Equipment, Inc. Euclid Moving 8a Storage Euclid News-Journal Euclid Poultry Market Euclid Euclid Euclid Race Dairy Savings Association Window Shade Co. Euclidian Beauty College A Eucuyo A A A Everson Realty ADVERTISING INDEX 304 290 300 276 305 314 274 270 311 292 287 298 305 306 302 299 272 278 270 301 301 303 270 282 310 273 297 301 278 298 274 314 297 283 308 275 277 297 280 299 290 276 290 302 '271 '305 274 284 311 307 271 283 307 300 309 272 275 273 291 283 314 285 295 287 F Herb Fitzgerald Flickinger. inc. Forest City Material Co. Forsberg Enameling Co. Friedman Jewelers Fulton, Dela Motte, Larson 8: Nassau GAAAA. G General Electric Co. Gerl Excavating Co.. Inc. Glascote Products, Inc. Glen Cutler, Inc. Goller Body. Inc. Gornik's W. T. Grant Grdina Hardware L. MA Gundersen Co. Hamilton Mold Sc Malclhine, Inc Hi Carb Corp. Hillwood Manufacturing Co. F. Hohlfelder Co., The J. C. Homer T.VA 81 Radio Hudson Pharmacy Inter I national School of Beauty lrene's Floral Designs J Jackshaw Chevrolet Jacobson Sales R Service C. AA Jonke, Insurance Jay Dee Cleaners Jet Die 8: Development Co. Johnston Sales, Inc. K Kapel Realty, Inc. Kerr-Lakeside Industries Knafel Shore Market Fred Krauss Garage L Laco Die Casting Co. Lake Furniture, Inc. A Lakeland Body 84 Paint Shop Lake Lake Lake LaSa Shore Auto Wash Co. Shore Electric Corp. Shore Machinery lle Cleaners and Dyers Louis Hair Stylists Lubrizol Corp. Culture Luikart Insurance Agency. Inc. Lydia's Beauty Salon - M Mario's Florist Mario's Pizza P. O. Mclntire Co. Melden's Department Store Joseph Mersek 8 Sons, Builders Midwest Screw Products, Inc. Miller's Beauty Salon Model Food Market Modern Deb N Nationwide Advertizing Service Neisner Brothers, Inc. Newman, C. J. Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating 315 C 279 309 302 304 278 287 286 289 302 277 305 309 279 295 314 293 307 298 309 291 314 310 288 278 279 290 291 272 273 273 283 282 290 310 301 303 309 282 290 272 310 311 283 275 305 299 310 276 271 277 274 274 295 298 303 302 301 293 O Ohio Honing 84 Hydraulic Co. Page Realty, Inc. P Panther Diner Papp's Body Shop Permc's Phillip Jules Co. Praco, Inc. Precision Optical Co. Pressure Casting, Inc. Professional Patrons R Radix Wire Co. Raimor Studios Record Carnival, Inc. Replace Corp Richmond Beveragetown Richmond Lanes Ricks Men's Shop Rollerdrome Barber Shop Ruth's S Sembric-Consolo Building Co. Sheet Metal Products Co., Inc. Shore Center Barber Shop Shore Window Shade Sims Brothers Buick Ski-Way Machine Co. Tony Spena Sohio Service Spirits St. Clair Builders Supply St. Clair Cut Stone, Inc. St. Clair Savings Stanley Home Products Star Block and Builders Supply Stroud Awnings Student Council Supreme Garage T Tarantino Brothers. Inc. Ted Brock, Jeweler Temple Cleaners T. J. Murnick Manufacturing Co. Trebec Excavating. Inc. Triangle Florist Tuthill's Canterbury Florist V Venus Y-Teen Vogue Printing W Ed. Wank T.VA Service. Inc Waterwash Hardware Wean Equipment Corp. Western fe Southern Insurance Co. Wildwood Florist and Gift Shoppe A Wildwood Marine Wilke Hardware Williams Music Shop Wolkov Jeweler Z Zatko Metal Products A 271 314 307 277 296 270 291 294 281 306 303 269 277 310 271 314 270 275 295 280 304 301 311 293 286 286 277 303 296 297 293 272 312 305 274 286 286 307 279 310 289 306 295 302 271 303 296 304 289 311 309 272 273 i RICHARD ADAMCZEWSKI Skllfllf Honor Study Hall 3: Hall Guard 2. 20 BONNIE ADAMS Bon? N.H.S. 3, 4: I.Q.S. 3, 4: F.T.A. 2. 3. 4: Eiiecu- tive Board 4: Student Council- 3: Euclidian Business Staff 4: Assistant Business Manager 4: Ad Staff 4: Survey 2, 3. 4: Cub ReP0fI'3f 31 Reporter 3, 4: Eucuyo 4: Senior Scandal 41 Friendship Club 2. 3, 4: Cabinet 3. 4: HOUOI' Study Hall 3: Monitor 3: Big Show Cast 41 Production Stall 4: Master Singers 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Assembly 4. V 20. 173, 187. 190, 194, 196. 199. 202. 208, 209 BONNIE ADLER B011 N.H.S. 4: F.T.A. 4: P.A. Club 4: Announcer 4: Big Show Cast 3, 4: Linguist Club 4: Friend- ship Club 2. 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 4: Class Cabinet 3: Senior Assembly 4. 20, 187. 208 DAVID AIKEN DNV? P.A. Club 3, 4: Technician 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 20, 207 CONCETTA ALBERTONE Connie Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Hall Guard 2, 20 DEAN ALBRECHT Dino F.T.A. 3, 4: World Affairs 4: Fall Play Pro- duction Staff. 2: G.A.A. 2. 3: Survey Business Staff 4: Pep Club 4: Friendship Club 3. 4: Cabi- net 3, 4: Class Cabinet 3. 20. 182. 193 JANE ALLEN Janie N.H.S. 4: I.Q.S. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: World Af- fairs 4: Jr. Red Cross 2: Big Show Cast 41 Euclidian Rep. 3: Survey Business Staff 3. 4: Friendship Club 2. 3: Homecoming Commit- tee 4: Honor Study Hall 3: Pep Club 4: Hall 'T Guard 2. 20, 193, 199, 212 JUNE ALLEN Jllllc' N.H.S. 4: I.Q.S. 4: Megaphone Club 2, 3. 4: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4: Captain 4: Letterwinner 3. 4: Big Show Cast 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3: Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: Captain 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4: Spring Sports Attendant 2: Girl's Glee Club 2. 20.68, 190, 199, 230 STEVEN ALLEN Sieve Cross Country 2. 3: Foreman's Club 4. 20 RUCE ALvEs Slim Euclidian Rep. 2. 32 Ad Staff 42 Key Club 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3: Golf 3, 4: Hall Guard 4. 20, 42, 51. 63. 82.196,188 DONNA AMBROSE Ambi N.H.S. 4: I.Q.S. 3. 4: F.T.A. 2, 3: Executive Board 3: World Affairs 3: Student Council 4: Majorette Club 2, 3: Girl's Glee Club 2: Eu- clid Choir 3: Big Show Cast 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Treasurer 3: Vice-President 4: Letterwinner 4: Survey Editorial Staff 4: Business Staff 2, 3: Assistant Circulation Manager 3: Rep, 2. 3: Friendship Club 2. 3: Pep Club 4: President 4: Spirit's Club 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: Senior As- sembly 4: Panther of the Week 4: G.L.C. 3. 4. 20, 178. 212, 213, 214 LORETTA AMES Lori Friendship Club 2, 3: Pep Club 4: Friendship Cclub Formal Decoration Committee 3. 2 BARBARA ANDERSON Bahs Friendship Club 3. 20 ELBERT ANDERSON Al N.H.S.- 4: N.F.L. 3, 4: President 4: Student Cfzugigil 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Hall Guard 2. SENIOR I DEX KATHLEEN ANDERSON Kathy World Affairs 3: Ad Club 3, 4: Friendship Club 4. 21.153, 188,208 DAVID ANDRULIS Andi' Honor Study Hall 2: Basketball 3, 4: Letter- man 3. 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Hall Guard 3. 21, 52, 245, 248, 254 NED ANGENE Ang N.H.S. 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Survey Business Stalf 2. 3: Football 2: Cross Country 4: Wrestling 2, 353 Letterman 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3. 4. -1. -5' ROBERTA ARMSTRONG Bobbie N.H.S. 3. 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Swim Club 3. 4: G.A.A. 3: Friendship Club 2. 4: Cabinet 2: Ushering 2, 4. 21, 183. 187, 202 WILLIAM ARNDT Bill Honor Study Hall 3. 21 NANCY ARNOLD Naize World Affairs 4: Student Council 4: Majorette Club 2, 3: Euclidian Rep. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Survey Business Stalf 4: Accountant 4: Circu- lation Staff 4: Friendship Club 4: Pep Club 4: F.B,L.A. 4: Homecoming Committee 4. 21. 182, 193 JANIS AUFDENHAUS Jan F.T.A. 4: Swim Club 2: Big Show Cast 4: Con- cert Band 2, 3: Marching Band 2. 3: Pit Band 2: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Friendship Club 3: Honor Study Hall 2: Monitor 2: Class Cabinet 4: Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 2: Senior Assembly 4: Prom Committee 4: Homecoming Committee 4. 2l,22.l87 HOWARD AUTEN Howard Honor Study Hall 2. 3: Monitor 2, 3. 21. 192 ALICE BAGOCIUS Al G.A,A. 2. 3. 4: Friendship Club 3, 4. 21. 208 BARBARA BAILEY Barb Fall Play Production Stail 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Sur- vey Business Staff 4: Rep. 4: Friendship Club 3, 4: Ushering 3: Honor Study Hall 2: Pep Club 4: Homecoming Committee 4. 21, 193. 208 RUDOLPH BAITT Rudy Football 2: Cross Country 3: Track 4. 21, 253 JAMES BAKER Bifj Intramural Swimming 2. 21, 254 KATHLEEN BAKER Kazliie Fall Play Cast 4: Eucuyo 4: Transferred to Eu- clid in Senior Year. 21. 198 THOMAS BAKER Bake Student Council 2, 3: Honor Study Hall 2. 3: Track 2. 3, 4: Letterman 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: Class Cabinet 4: Spirit's Club 3, 4. 22, 66, 79 MICHAEL BALASH Mike Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 22 JAMES BALCH ,hung Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Pit Band 2. 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Key Club 4: Football 2: Track 3. 4: Letterman 3, 4: Letter- man's Club 3, 4: Indoor Track 3, 4: Hall Guard 4. 2, 22, 167, 254 JEROLD BALCH Jgfrv Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Pit Band 2. 3. 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Band Guard 4: Honor Study Hall 2: Football 2: Wrestling 2. 3, 4: Hall Guard 3. 23, 167,168,171 316 PATRICIA BANKO Pam World Affairs 3: Big Show Cast 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2. 3, 4: Pit Band 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4: Monitor 2, 3: Home. coming Committee 4: Pep Club 4: Senior As. samba 4: Prom Committee 4. JANET BARBIC Jan G.A.A. 4. 23 JANE BARNES Jan F.T.A. 2, 3. 4: World Affairs 3. 4: Movie Club 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Friendship Club 4: Pep Club 4. 23, 182, 187, 205, 208 RICHARD BARNES Dick Intramural Bowling 2. 23 RONALD BARON R011 Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 4. 23 STEVEN BARTA Steve N.H.S. 4: P.A. Club 2, 3, 4: Technician 2, 3, 4: Euclidian Rep. 4. 23. 207 ALEXANDER BARTKO AI Euclidian Rep. 3: Track 4. 23, 158, 253 JON BARTOS Jack N.H.S. 3. 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Student Council 2: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 3. 4: Letterman 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 2, 3. 4: Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 23, 196. 202. 254 JEAN BATES Jeanne Majorette Club 2. 3: Big Show Cast 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Survey Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Class Cabinet 2: Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 2: Senior Assembly 4. 23. 209 BARBARA BATI' Barb Jr. Red Cross 2: G.A.A. 2, 3. 23 CARLA BAUER Carla G.A.A. 4: Friendship Club 2. 3: Ushering 2, 3: F.N.A. 4. 23, 184, 208 KAREN BAUER Karen G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Euclidian Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. 4: Ushering 2: Class Cabinet 3: Class Guidance Council 2: Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 4: Prom Committee 3, 4: Homecoming Committee 2, 4. 23 JAMES BAYES Jim Tgansferred to Euclid in Sr. Year. NANCY BECK Nance N.H.S. 4: F.T.A. 2. 3. 4: F.N.A. 4: G.A.A. 2: Euclidian Rep. 2: Survey Business Staff 4: Friendship Club 2, 3. 4: Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Ush- ering 2, 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 3: Pep Club 4. 23, 209 GEORGE BEDNAR George 23 BARBARA BEEKE Barb G.A.A. 4: Friendship Club 2, 3: F.N.A. 4. 23, 184 KENNETH BEGALKE Ken N.H.S. 4: World Affairs 3: Student Council 4: P.A. Club 3, 4: Technician 3, 4: Fall Play Production Staff 3, 4: Play Night Production Staff 3: Spring Play Production Staff 3: Big Show Production Staff 3: Thespians 3, 4: Vice- President 4: Senior Scandal 4: Spectrum 4, 24. 178, 200, 207 L' 1 JAMES BEERS Jim Bowling 2. 23 PATRICIA BENEDETTO Bunny I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Student Council 33 Or- chestra 2, 3, 43 Fall Play Cast 3, 4: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Sergeant 4: Marching Band 2. 3, 43 Sergeant 43 Pit Band 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Business Staff 43 Rep. 23 G.L.C. 2, 3, 43 President 4: Class Cabinet 43 Pep Club 43 Spirit's Club 3, 4. 24,167,168,170.187.l89,193. 212 JOHN BENGSTON Brtmkl5"1 Fall Play Cast 43 Play Night Cast 43 Spring Play Cast 43 Big Show Cast 4. Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 24, 151, 261 JUDITH BENNER V Judy F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 23 Euclid Choir 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4. 4, 24, 174, 187, 208 FREDDA BENTLEY Fred N.F.L. 43 F.T.A. 43 Euclidian Rep. 2. 3: Survey Rep. 2, 33 Friendship Club 23 Thespians 43 Fall Play Cast 33 Student Director 4: Play Night Cast 43 Spring Play Cast 43 Big Show Cast 43 Production Staff 43 Euclid Choir 3: Master Singers 43 Senior Assembly 4. 24, 40, 173 JAMES BERES Gunner Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. 24, 254 LINDA BERGER Linda N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 33 World Affairs 4: Spring Play 3, 43 Cast 43 Production Stalf 33 Big Show 43 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Com- mittee 43 Homecoming Committee 43 Orches- tra 4. 24, 182 SHELDON BERK Shelly Bookstore Worker 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Track 23 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Class Cabinet 23 Hall Guard 3, 4. 24.210, 253, 254 KEITH BERNDT Keith lgflovie Club 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Bowling 3, 4. 4 LINNEA BERNTSON Nea N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 43 Student Council Rep. 2, 3. 43 Euelidian Business Staff 43 Rep. 43 Senior Circulation Manager 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Survey Rep. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 G.L.C. 3, 41 Pep Club 4. 24, 178,196, 197, 199, 212 JOANNE BEUTELL Jo F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 3, 43 F.N.A. 43 Pit Band 2, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 March- ing Band 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Survey Rep. 23 Eucuyo 3, 4. 13, 24, 167, 184, 187 DONNA BEYERLE Dee F.B.L.A. 43 Secretary 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. 43 Ushering 43 Honor Study Hall 3. 24, 208 WARREN BILLER Clip N.H.S. 43 N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Survey Rep. 3g Foot- ball 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Letter- man 2, 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. 25, 224, 225, 227 GEORGE BIZZARRI Tom Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Euclid Choir 23 Master Singers 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Football 2, 33 Basketball 23 Track 23 Letterman 23 Letter- Rank Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN BLACK lulni 25 BRUCE BLAKELEY 7if,Ql'l' Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Hall Guard 3. 25 ROBERT BLAKELEY Bolt Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 4. 26 DONNA BLATTAU Dee Friendship Club 3. 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Hall Guard 3. 26 FRANCES BOOMER Frun Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Ushering 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2. 26 WILLIAM BOYTON Bill N.H.S. 43 Fall Play Cast 3, 43 Big Show Cast 2. 3. 43 Euclid Choir 23 Master Singers 3, 43 Swimming 23 Class Cabinet 4: Senior Assem- bly 43 Thespians 4. 26. 172. 173, 260, 261 PATRICIA BOZICH Bowy G.A.A. 2, 33 Survey Business Staff 43 Friend- ship Club 2. 3: Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Pep Club 4. 26. 193 GEORGE BRAIDIC G.B. Movie Club 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew Club 21 Honor Study Hall 2, 3g Hall Guard 23 Foreman's Club 4. 26, 211 EILEEN BRAIDICH Ei Friendship Club 4. 26, 208 CARL BRANDT Carl N.F.L. 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Basketball 2, 33 Golf 4. 26 KENNETH BRAUNLICH Ken H6onor Study Hall 33 Basketball 33 Baseball 4. PATRICIA BRENNAN Parry N.H.S. 4: I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 43 World Affairs 43 Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3. 43 Girl's Glee Club 23 Fall Play Production Staff 3, 43 Play Night Production Staff 43 Spring Play Production Stalf 43 Big Show Production Staff 2, 3, 43 Director 43 Euclid Choir 23 Master Singers 3, 43 G,A.A. 2, 3, 4: Survey Business Staff 4: Rep. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Thespians 43 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Com- mittee 4. 8, 22, 26, 173, 187,199 LEE BREWSTER Moose Movie Club 43 Stage Crew Club 33 Fall Play Cast 3, 43 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Thespians 4. 26. 205, 260, 261 ROBERT BRIGHT Bob Cross Country 33 Track 3. 26 June JUNE BROUGHER 27 ALLAN BROWN .Al Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Baseball 2, 4: Bowling 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 2. 27 BRENDA BROWN Brenda World Affairs 3, 43 GirI's Glee Club 43 F.N.A. 43 Secretary 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Class Cabinet 3, 4. 27, 174,182, 184 DIANA BUCCERI Dee 27 EVELYN BUCHHOLZ Bucky Girl's Glee Club 23 Big Show Cast 43 Masters Singers 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Survey Business Staff 43 Rep. 23 Friendship Club 2: Pep Club 43 Sen- 317 ior Assembly 43 Homecoming Committee 43 Prom Committee 43 Senior Scandal 4. 29, 173 MARCELLA BUCO ll1tm'y Student Council 23 F.N.A. 4. 29. 184 KENNETH BUDA Ken N.F.L. 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Hall Guard 2: Class Cabinet 33 Football 2, 43 Letterman 43 Wrestling 23 Letterman's Club 4. 29, 224, 254 PATRICIA BURFORD Burf Swim Club 33 Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 43 Home- coming Committee 43 F.N.A. 4. 29, 184, 208 JANET BURHENNE Jun G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 23 Hall Guard 2: Prom Committee 4: F,B.L.A. 4. 29 LAWRENCE BURNS Larry Concert Band 23 Marching Band 23 Pit Band 2: Golf 43 Euclidian Ad Staff 4. -9 BEVERLY BUYNAK Bei-'s F.T.A. 3: Student Council 3: Jr. Red Cross 33 G.A.A. 23 Euclidian Rep. 3: Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Hall Guard 2. 29 ELEANOR BYRON Elly Friendship Club 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Prom Committee 4. 29 CAROL CADWALLADER Carol F.T.A. 3, 43 World Affairs 4: Euclidian Rep. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. 29, 182 PATRICIA CALAVITTA Rocky Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 23 Senior Scandal 43 Prom Committee 43 Senior Assembly 4. 29 DOUGLAS CALDWELL Barr? N.H.S. 43 State Crew Club 43 Manager 4: P.A. Club 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Technician 3, 4: Book- store Worker 2, 3, 43 Manager 3, 43 Fall Play Production Staff 3, 43 Play Night Production Staff 3, 43 Thespians 2: Secretary-Treasurer 4: Spring Play Production Staff 3, 4. 29, 37, 81, 200.204, 207 PHYLLIS CAMERON Phil G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 23 Honor' Study Hall 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 4, 29 JOHN CAMPANA, JR. Orchestra 43 Fall Play Cast 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 23 Pit Band 2. 3, 4: Senior Scandal 43 Honor Study Hall 2: Football 3, 42 Letterman 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3: Letterman 2, 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Letterman's Club 2, 3. 4. 4, 29, 167, 168, 170, 224. 254 JOAN CANON ' Joanie Concert Band 4: Marching Band 43 Friendship Club 43 Pep Club 43 Transferred to Euclid in Senior year. 29 ELIZABETH CARLSON Bene F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 33 Homecom- ing Committee 3, 4: Big Show Cast 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Class Cabinet 43 Pep Club 4: Senior Assembly 43 Senior Scan- dal 4. 29, 187 PATRICIA CARROCCIO PHI Friendship Club 2, 33 Pep Club 4. 29 -k, .aww- EDWARD CARPENTER "Carp" N.A.S.S. 43 Euclidian Rep. 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 43 Football 2. 3, 4: Letterman 3, 4: Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 2. 3. 43 Letterman 3. 43 Track 43 Letterman's Club 3. 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 43 Senior Assembly 4. 29. 52. 224, 226, 245 PATRICIA CASEY D ' Casey JUHFS Majorette Club 33 Euclidian Rep. 3. 29 THOMAS CEBULAR "T" Honor Study Hall 23 Cross Country 2, 33 Track 2, 3. 30 Louis CEFARATT1 Lou 30 RAYMOND CERGOL Ray Swimming 2. 30 JANET CERMELJ Iwi Honor Study Hall 3. 30 CAROL CETINSKY Carol World Affairs 39 G-A-A 43 PCP Club 4- 30 LINDA CHALFANT Linda N.H.S. 3. 43 I.Q.S. 3. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Execu- tive Board 3, 4. Ad Club 3, 4: Ir. Red Cf0SS 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 43 Survey Editorial Staff Z.. 3. 43 Eucuyo 3, 43 Friendship Club 4: US-heflflg 43 Honor Study Hall 3: Pep Club 4: Linguist Club 2. 43 President 4g Spectrum 43 World DONALD CIPOLLO Affairs 4. 30, 182, 185. 187. 198, 199. 202, 208 JOSEPH CHINCHAR CHVIY 30 CAREN CIBBS CGWH G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 3. 30 ELLEN CIMBALOS Sam F.B.L.A. 4. 30 Oliver C001 Big Show Cast 4: Survey Editorial Staff 43 Rep. 3, 43 Sports Editor 43 Cub Reporter 2: Basket- ball 23 Baseball 23 Track 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 43 Senior Assembly 4. 30, 72. 190 DAVID COLBOW Loi-er Big Show Cast 43 Football 23 Cross Country 43 Basketball 2. 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3. 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3. 43 Senior Assembly 4. 30, 52, 245, 246, 249, 254 SYLVIA COLLEDGE Syl Euclidian Rep. 43 G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 4. 30. 208 KATHLEEN COLLIER Kathy World Affairs 2, 33 Majorette Club 2, 3, 41 Majorette 3. 43 Big Show Cast 2, 3. 43 G.A.A. 2, 43 Survey Rep. 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Class Cabinet 2, 33 Hall Guard 2. 33 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 3. 1 JAMES COLLINGWOOD l.C. N.H.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Big Show Cast 43 Concert Band 23 Pit Band 2: Survey Rep, 4: Football 'lg Baseball 2, 3, 43 Swim- ming 2. 3. 43 Letterman 43 Pep Club 4. 31. 202, 240 DALE COLLINS Dale N.H.S. 3, 43 Swim Club 23 Bookstore Worker 3, V43 Euclidian Rep. -33 Eucuyo 3, 4g Essay Editor 4: Swimming 23 Joe Berg Science Semi- nar 3. 4: Linguist Club 4. 31. 198, 210 M. MARIE COLLINS Perry F.T.A. 33 Friendship Club 2. 31 GLEN CONKLING Ace Auto Club 2. 31 BARBARA CONSLA Barbie G.A.A. 2. 31 RICHARD CONSTANTINE Rich N.H.S. 3. 4: N.A.S.S. 43 Fall Play Cast 4: Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2. 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Pep Club 43 Senior As- sembly 4. 9, 31, 167 NANCY COODE Nana World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 3. 43 Friendship Club 43 Pep Club 4. 31. 182 TIMOTHY COOPER Tim 31 I-IARRIET CORDRAY Harrie! Girl's Glee Club 2. 31 ROBERT CORNWELL Bob Camera Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 3: Foot- ball 23 Foreman's Club 2. 31 KATHLEEN COROS Kathy Girl's Glee Club 23 Master Singers 3. 4: Secre- tary 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Business Staff 33 Friendship Club 23 Cabinet 2: Ushering 2: G.L.C. 3, 4: Secretary 43 Pep Club 43 Spirit's Club 3, 43 Homecoming Attendant 43 F.N.A. 43 Vice-President 4. 31. 172.184, 189, 214. 263, 265. 267 FRANK CORRAO Frank Camera Club 23 Bowling 3: Hall Guard 2. 31 MARY COUCH Mary Girl's Glee Club 2. 43 Friendship Club 41 Honor Study Hall 2. 32. 174 CHARLENE CRADIS Clmrlie N.H.S. 4: Girl's Glee Club 23 Fall Play Cast 4: Production Staff 33 Play Night Production Staff 33 Spring Play Production Staff 3. 4: Big Show Cast 2. 3. 43 Master Singers 3, 43 G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Survey Business Staff 4: Rep. 4: Friendship Club 2, 3: Ushering 2. 3: Pep Club 43 Senior Scandal 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 43 Thespians 4. 32.73,173. 189. 212. 261 NANCY CREVELING Nance N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 3. 43 Student Council 2. 3. 43 Executive Board 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Literary Editor 4g Survey Rep. 33 Eucuyo 3, 43 Friendship Club 43 Pep Club 4: Spectrum 43 N.F.L. 4. 32, 178. 179, 198, 199, 202, 208 CHESTER CRONE Chet N.A.S.S. 3. 43 Concert Band 2, 3: Marching Band 2, 33 Tennis 2, 3. 43 Letterman 2. 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 43 Hall Guard 2. 33 Cap- tain 3. 32, 254 MARY CRUDER Vickie G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 33 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Com- mittee 4: Homecoming Committee 4. 32 DONNA CUNNINGHAM Hopalong F.T.A. 43 Movie Club 3. 43 Friendship Club 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Linguist Club 4. 32, 187. 208 LINDA CUTHBERTSON Lin Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 2. 3: Hall Guard 23 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 4. 32 318 DIANA CVETKOVIC G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 3, 43 Ushering 3. Dee 32, 208 JACQUELINE D'AMICO Jackie gA.A. 43 Friendship Club 2. RICHARD DACAR Dick Swimming 2, 43 Letterman 4. 32, 240 JUDITH DANCH Judy World Affairs 43 Megaphone Club 23 Girlis Glee Club 2. 43 Euclid Choir 33 Big Show Cast 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2, 33 Usher- ing 23 Euclidian Rep. 2, 3, 4: F.B.L.A. 43 Homecoming Committee 43 Class Cabinet 43 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 4. 22, 32,76, 174, 182 MICHAEL DANE Mike N.H.S. 3. 43 N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Student Council 43 P.A. Club 3, 43 Technician 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, '43 Letterman 3. 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Sp1rit's Club 4: Hall Guard 2. 33 Senior Assem- bly 4. 32. 202. 234. 254 REBECCA DAUGHERTY Becky F.T.A. 3. 43 Fall Play Cast 43 Production Staff 4: Play Night Production Staff 43 Spring Play RY0dUCll0l'l Staff 4: Big Show Cast 43 Produc- tlon Staff 43 Euclid Choir 33 Master Singers 43 G.A.A. 33 Senior Assembly 43 Talent Scouts 437'gransferred to Euclid in Junior Year. - . . 1 RANDALL DAVIS Randy P.A. Club 2, 3. 4: Technician 2. 3, 4. 33. 207 THOMAS DAVIS Deacon N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Student Council 33 Key Club 23 Honor Study Hall 23 Cross Country 43 Basket- ball 3. 43 Letterman 3. 43 Baseball 2: Track 3, 43 h Letterman 3. 4: Letterman's Club 3, 43 Spirit's Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Survey Editorial Staff 3. 4: Rep. 2. 33, 151, 189, 245, 246, 248, 249, 254, 265 CAROL DeWITT Baby D0-It N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 4: Big Show Cast 4: G.A.A. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Stentor Assembly 43 Homecoming Committee 33 HELEN DEBELJAK Hal Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 DEAN DECKER Dino Student Council 23 Baseball 3, 4: Letterman 3. 43 Hall Guard 3. 33 DONNA DEISTER Bubbles World Affairs 4: Swim Club 2, 3: Spring Play Production Staff 4: Big Show Cast 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 43 Ushering 22 Honor Study Hall 33 Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 23 Senior As- sembly 43 Panther Mascot 4. 34. 182 NANCY DELAC HDiPl7Y" Majorette Club 2. 3. 43 Majorette 43 Big Show Cast 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Business Staff 33 Rep. 2: Honor Study Hall 23 G.L.C. 3, 43 Class Cabinet 2: Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 3. 43 Senior Assembly 43 Friendship Club 2. 34. 212, 233 EILEEN DELLY Dilly Daily G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 3. 4. 34 SHARON DIBIASIO Sparky N.F.L. 23 F.T.A. 23 Girl's Glee Club 23 Sec. 23 Bookstore Worker 43 Master Singers 3, 43 Eu- clidian Rep. 33 Honor Study Hall 33 Pep Club 4. 34, 154, 173,210 PAUL DEVER Fuzzy Swimming 2, 3. 34 ANITA DIPUCC10 Pvqvlt Megaphone Club 23 Spring Play Production Staff 43 Big Show Cast 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 3: Class Cabinet 43 Class Guidance Council 2, 3. 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3: Senior Assembly 43 Homecoming Committee 4. 22, 34, 81 DONETTA DITOMASO Nerm N.H.S. 3, 43 N.F.L. 2, 3, 4: I.Q.S. 3, 4: Student Council 33 Eucuyo 3, 43 Business Manager 4: Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Spectrum 43 Homecom- ing Committee 3. 34, 198, 199,202 PATRICK DICKEY P.M.D. N.F.L. 2. 3, 43 World Affairs 3: P.A. Club 3. 4: President 43 Announcer 3, 43 Fall Play Cast 3, 43 Play Night Cast 33 Spring Play Cast 3: Eucuyo 3, 43 Poetry Editor 43 Thespians 3. 43 Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 34, 198, 201, 206. 261 BARBARA DINISHAK Barb World Affairs 33 Friendship Club 2. 35 WILLIAM DIXON Mad Daddy N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Movie Club 43 Football 23 Wres- tling 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3. 43 Letterman's Club 43 Hall Guard 43 Spectrum 4: Key Club 4. 35, 205, 234, 254 MARGARET DODDS Peggy Linguist Club 43 Secretary 43 French Club 43 Secretary-Treasurer 4. 35 JEAN DRAGOLIC Jeanie N.H.S. 3. 43 I.Q.S. 43 Student Council 43 Ad Club 3, 43 P.A. Club 3, 43 Technician 3, 43 Euclidian Business Stal? 43 Assistant Circula- tion Manager 43 Bookstore Worker 3: Eucuyo Rep. 33 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Class Cabinet 3: Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 23 Prom Committee 3. 35, 178, 188, 194, 196, 199, 202 PATRICIA DREIFORT Pattie Babes F.T.A. 2, 33 Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 43 Euclidian Rep. 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Hall Guard 33 Senior Assembly 43 Homecoming Committee 4. 22. 35, 77, 135 Q-XRLENE DRENIK Arlene 5 MICHAEL DROTOS Mike Hall Guard 2, 3. 35 DENNIS DRUMMOND Menace Student Council 23 Euclidian Rep. 33 Survey Rep. 43 Eucuyo 33 Illustrator 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Wrestling 2, 33 Hall Guard 2, 3: Senior As- sembly 4. 35, 78 JOANNE DUCCA Gigi G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Ushering 2333 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Hall Guard 4. COLLEEN EASTABROOKS Colleen Movie Club 23 Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclid glgtoir 33 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2. WILDA ECKLER Willie G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Class Guid- riugce Council 2, 3. ELANE EDDY Elane g3.A.A. 33 Euclidian Rep. 3. 5 DONALD EHAS Zeke Fall Play Cast 33 Cross Country 2, 33 Wres- tling 2, 3. 43 Letterman 4: Track 2, 3. 4: Let- terman 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 36, 254 DENNIS ELDER Ave Foreman's Club 4. 36. 21 1 WILLIAM ELICKER Hill 36 TIMOTHY EMERSON "T" 36 KAREN ENGELBRECHT Karen Friendship Club 33 Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 36 LYNN ANN ERJAVEC Erj F.T.A. 3, 43 Majorette Club 2. 3: Girl's Glee Club 2, 43 Euclid Choir 33 Fall Play Produc- tion Staff 2. 3. 43 Play Night Production Staff 2, 3: Spring Play Production Stall' 23 Big Show Production Staff 3, 43 G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Eucuyo 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. 43 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Pep Club 43 Homecoming Com- mittee 3, 4. 36, 135,174, 187, 208 FREDERICK ESTANICH Fred Honor Study Hall 33 Basketball 23 Golf 3. 4. 36 ROBERT ESTVANKO Baron Honor Study Hall 3. 36, 39 BRENDA EVANS Brenda F.T.A. 2. 3, 43 Executive Board 43 World Af- fairs 43 Student Council 33 Homecoming Com- mittee 4: Swim Club 23 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friend- ship Club 23 Pep Club 4: Senior Scandal 4. 36, 182, 187 JAMES EVANS .lim 37 JOAN EVANS Joanie N.H.S. 3, 43 N.F.L. 43 I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 23 World Affairs 2, 33 Homecoming Committee 43 Euclidian Editorial Stall 43 Underclass Edi- tor 43 Rep. 2, 3, 43 Big Show Production Staff 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Survey Rep. 3, 43 Senior Scan- dal 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Ushering 2. 33 Honor Study Hall 33 Monitor 3: Class Guid- ance Council 2, 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 3. 4: Captain 3: Senior Assembly 43 P.A. Club 4: Announcer 4. 37, 48, 134, 158, 194, 196 JOHN EVANS Jack Baseball 2, 3. 37 BETTY FABER Ferry G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 23 F.B.L.A. 4: Pres- ident 4. 37 GARY FARLEY Gary Student Council 4: Movie Club 2, 3. 4. 37 WILLIAM FEITH Bill Student Council 43 Swim Club 23 Key Club 33 Euclidian Rep. 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Swim- ming 2. 33 Class Treasurer 2: Class Cabinet 2. 3: Hall Guard 3. 4. 33. 37 RICHARD FINK Dick 38 JOHN FIORELLI .loltn 38 ROGER FIORILLE R013 Honor Study Hall 3: Golf 2, 3: Letterman 3: Hall Guard 43 F.B.L.A. 43 V. President 4: Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 38 319 MARY FISTER Mary l,No3rld Affairs 43 G.A.A. 33 Friendship Club 38, 182 P3171 N.H.S. 43 Student Council 43 Secretary 43 Ex- ectutve Board 4: Megaphone Club 23 G.A.A. 3. 3. 4:1Survey Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 23 G.I..C. 3, 43 Treasurer 4, 38, 71, 178. 179, 180, 212, 214, 263 jghyr 38 EILEEN FOGEL 1511,-en G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 3: Honor Study Hall 3. 38, 208 JEFFREY FORKER Jefj Student Council 23 Euclid Choir 23 Master Singers 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Big Show Produc- tion Staff-3: Football 2, 3. 43 Letterman 4. 38. 151, 224. 225. 264 ANTHONY FORTUNA Tony I.Q.S. 43 Fall Play Production Staff 23 Big Show Production Staff 33 Eucuyo 43 Cross Country 43 Track 4. 38, 198, 199, 218 JERRY FOUST Jer N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 3. 43 Homecoming Co-Chair- man 3- 4: Survey Rep. 33 Football 2. 38. 178. 179, 199 GEORGE FOWLER Camel Student Council 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Foot- ball 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Wrestling 2. 3, 43 Letterman 3, 4: Track 2, 3. 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Hall Guard 2, 43 Cap- tain 4. 38. 224, 227, 234, 254 ROBERT FOXALL Foxv Orchestra 3, 43 Concert Band 2. 3. 4: March- ing Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 3. 4: Key Club 3. 43 Survey Rep. 4: Business Staff 33 Senior Assembly 4: Foreman's Club 3. 4. 38, 167 RICHARD FRAEDRICH Rich Honor Study Hall 3, 4: Foreman's Club -1. 39 RALPH FRANCIS Ralph Student Council 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Captain 4: Letterman 2. 3. 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Class Cabinet 33 Hall Guard 43 Panther on the Week 3. 39, 219, 220. 221. 253, 254 EVAN FRANCIS. JR. Bink Key Club 3. 4: Euclidian Rep. 2: Cross Coun- try 2, 33 Track 2, 3: Letterman's Club 2. 3. -1: Hall Guard 3. 39. 76. 86. 254 CURTIS FREED Cliff N.H.S. 3. 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2. 3, 43 Treasurer 33 President 43 Executive Board 3, 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 4: Assistant Pic- ture Editor 43 Key Club 33 Survey 2. 3. -13 Pho- tographer 33 Assistant Sports Editor 3: Rep. 3. 43 Tennis 3: Swimming 2: Spirit's Club 4: Buckeye Boy's State Rep. 4: Panther of the Week -l. 39. 58, 178. I79, 180, IS9. l90. 194, I99. 202 CRAIG FROWNFELTER Frownie P.A. Club 3, 4: Technician 3. 4: Key Club 42 Euclid Choir 2. 39. 158. 188. 207 GERALD FRYE -leffb' Movie Club 2, 33 P.A. Club 3, 43 Technician 3, 43 Euclidian Rep. 4: Key Club 4: Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2. 39. 196, 207 .15 ' .if 'l ELAINE FULLER R Eldiflf' World Affairs 33 Student Council 3: G.A.A. 2. 43 Friendship Club 23 Euclidian Rep. 2. 39 GLENN FURTH n I Glenn Cross Country 4: Wrestling 3. 43 Linguist Club 4. 39 SUSAN GADUS Little Suzie World Affairs 4: G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 3: Hall Guard 33 Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 39, 182 JUDITH GARDNER Judy Majorette Club 33 G.A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 43 Honor Study Hall 3. 39, 208 THOMAS GARZONE Tom Football 23 Track 4: Hall Guard 4. 39, 253 ROSALIND GAYLON Roz G.A.A. 3: Friendship Club 3: F.B.L.A. 4. 39 STEPHEN GEBE Steve Big Show 43 Football 2, 3. 43 Letterman 3, 43 Wrestling 2. 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 4: Track 23 Letterman's Club 3. 43 Hall Guard 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Panther of the Week 4. 15. 40, 224, 234. 235, 254. 265 DANIEL GEDDES Danny N.F.L. 3. 43 Stage Crew Club 3, 43 Boy's Glee Club 43 Fall Play Cast 43 Production Stal? 3. 4: Play Night Cast 3. 43 Production Stall 3, 43 Spring Play Production Staff 3, 43 Big Show Cast 2. 3. 43 Euclid Choir 2, 3: Honor Study Hall 33 Thespians 3, 43 Cross Country 2. 33 Letterman 33 Track 23 Golf 33 Letterman's Club 3, 4. 40. 62. 200, 201, 204, 260 TERRY GERSON Terry Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Cross Country 23 Hall Guard 3. 40, 154 DAVID GERWIN Dave Movie Club 3, 4: Concert Band 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Foreman's Club 4. 40, 211 JAMES GESSIC Jim Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Basketball 2. 41. 54, 173, 224. 254 GARY GEZANN Legs P.A. Club 2, 3, 4: Technician 2. 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2. 3, 43 Pit Band 23 Track 3. 41 WILLIAM GIBB Bill Stage Crew Club 23 Honor Study Hall 23 Bas- ketball 2, 3: Baseball 2. 41, 158 JAMES GIBSON .lim 41 SHIRLEY GIBSON Shirley N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 World Af- fairs 43 Student Council 23 Survey Business Staff 3, 43 Assistant Accountant 33 Secretary 43 Rep. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Ushering 23 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 3. 41.182.1S7,193,199 JILL GINSBURG Jill N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 I.Q.S. 4: Swim Club 33 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Assistant Copy Editor 43 G.A.A. 23 Eucuyo 3. 43 Short Story Editor 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Pep Club 4. 11.41, 81, 187, 194, 199 JEAN GIORDANO Carole World Affairs 33 G.A.A. 23 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 23 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 4. 41, 72 DONALD GLENN Don N.F.L. 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Hall Guard 4. 41, 201 MARY GLENN Eileen N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 3. 43 Secretary 43 World Affairs 3. 4: Student Council 2: P.A. Club 3. 43 Technician 3. 4: Big Show Cast 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 G.L.C. 2. 3, 43 Class Secretary 33 Class Treasurer 41 Class Cabinet 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Assembly 4: Prom Committee 3. 4. 31. 41. 182. 187. 207. 212 CAROLE GLEYFORST Baby N.F.L. 33 F.T.A. 3, 4: F.N.A. 41 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Ushering 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 23 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 4. 41. 184 JOSEPH GLIEBE Joe Big Show Cast 33 Concert Band 2. 3. 43 March- ing Band 23 Pit Band 2: Honor Study Hall 2: Cross Country 3: Track 2, 3. 41 GARY GORSHA Gary Honor Study Hall 23 Cross Country 4: Track 3, 4: Euclidian Ad Staff 43 Joe Berg Science Seminar 3, 43 N.H.S. 4. 41. 196. 253 ROBERT GRAUS Bob Cross Country 2. 3. 43 Letterman 2, 33 Track 43 Letterman 2. 33 Letterman's Club 2. 33 Hall Guard 4. 41 FRANK GRDANC Frank 41 JEAN GREEN Jeanne G.A.A. 2. 41 LINDA GREEN Lin N.H.S. 43 World Affairs 4: Homecoming Com- mittee 4: Euclid Choir 3, 4: G.A.A. 2: Eu- clidian Rep. 23 Friendship Club 2, 3: Cabinet 2: Ushering 23 Pep Club 43 Euclidian Ad StaH 43 F.N.A, 43 President 4. 41, 174, 184.185, 196 SHARON GREGURICH Slierri F.T.A. 43 World Affairs 43 Movie Club 4: F.N.A. 3. 43 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2: Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 4l,182,l84, 187,205 FRANK GRISEZ Greasy Automotives Club 2. 41 RICHARD GUALTIER Rich 13, 41 DAVID GUENTZLER Dm-e World Affairs 43 Honor Study Hall 3: Track 43 Bowling 3. 4, 42 LINDA GUESS Fall Play 2: Production Staff 23 G.A.A. 3: Friendship Club 2, 3: Pep Club 33 F.B.L.A. 4: Homecoming Committee 4. 42 Lynn BARBARA GUGLIOTTA Bobbie 42 FRANK GURKO Frank Stage Crew Club 2. 42 MARGARET GUTH Peggy Girl's Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Euclid Choir 31 G.A.A. 2. 3. 43 Euclidian Rep. 33 Friendship Club 23 Class Cabinet 43 Pep Club 4, 42. 48, 64, 174 TREVOR GUY Trev N.H.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Home- coming Committee 43 Euclid Choir 23 Euclid- ian Editorial Staff 4g Assistant Literary Editor 320 43 Survey Rep. 2: Eucuyo Stall 3. 43 Art Editor 43 I.Q.S. 4: Spectru 4. 42, 178,194, 1981983 202 JOHN HABE JQI11-1 P.A. Club 2. 3, 43 Technician 2, 3, 43 Orches- tra 2: Concert Band 2, 3: Pit Band 23 Tennis 2, 3. 43 Letterman 3, 43 Spirit's Club 4. 42, 189. 207 DAVID HABIAN Dave Camera Club 2: P.A. Club 3, 43 Technician 3, 4: Big Show Cast 2: Baseball 2, 3: Swimming 2: Bowling 3. 4. 42. 252 ARTHUR HACH Art N.H.S. 4: I.Q.S. 4: World Affairs 4: Camera Club 23 Euclidian Editorial Stad 4: Assistant Mounting Editor 4: Euclidian Rep. 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Joe Berg Science Seminar 3: Senior Assembly 4. 9. 43, 68, 194,199 FRANK HADFIELD Frank Fall Play Cast 3. 4: Play Night Cast 3. 43 Big Show Cast 43 Master Singers 3. 43 Football 4: Track 3. 43 Letterman 4. 43, 173. 200. 218, 261 CAROL HAHS Care 2, 3. 43 Friendship Club 43 Pep Club 4. .0. 4 KAREN HALBEDEL Habby N.H.S. 3, 43 Secretary 43 I.Q.S. 3. 43 Mega' phone Club 2: Cheerleader 2. 3: Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Picture Editor 43 Big Show Cast 43 Master Singers 3, 43 Treasurer 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Euclidian Rep. 33 Friendship Club 23 G.L.C. 43 Class Cabinet Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2: Senior Assem- b y 4. 43. 172, 173, 194. 195, 199. 202. 212 JUDITH HALLORAN Judy Swim Club 3. 4: Megaphone Club 23 Red Cross 2: F.N.A. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Friendship Club 2. 3. 43 Ushering 23 Senior Scandal 4. 43, 183, 184. 208 CAROL HAMILTON Carol Friendship Club 4. 43, 208 VERA HAMILTON Vera 43 FRANK HANES Frank N.A.S.S. 2. 3. 4: Key Club 3. 4: Secretary 41 Concert Band 2. 3, 43 Marching Band 2. 3. 41 Pit Band 2. 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Letterman 2, 3. 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3. 4. 43, 86, 167, 188, 218, 220. 221, 253, 254 RICHARD HANSLICK Dick 43 NANCY HARDING Nrwf F.T.A. 2, 3. 43 Majorette Club 2, 3. 43 Major- ette 3. 43 Gir1's Glee Club 23 Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2: G.L.C. 3, 43 Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 43 Senior As- sembly 4. 43. 84.187, 212, 232. 233 JOAN HARPER Joan N.H.S. 43 N.F.L. 2, 4: I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 3. 42 Executive Board 3. 41 Secretary 33 President 43 Distict F.T.A. Rep. 3, 43 Vice-President 4: Stu- dent Council 3, 43 Euclidian Business Staff 41 Junior Circulation Manager 43 Big Show Cast 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 G.L.C. 4: Survey Rep. 3. 43 Pep Club 4. 43. 51. 178, 187, 195, 196, 197, 199,208,212 BETSEY HARWOOD Bets Majorette Club 2: Girl's Glee Club 2: Euclid- ian Rep. 23 Fall Play Production'Staff 33 Mas! ter Singers 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 2. 3, 4. 44, 172, 208 l L,, JOHN HARTMAN Johnny Movie Club 2, 3, 4. 43 JOAN HAYES Juanie World Affairs 4, Movie Club 4, Friendship Club 4, Ushering 4, Senior Scandal 4. 44, 205 PATRICIA HAYES Par G.A.A. 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Survey Rep. 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 44 BONNIE HAYTAS Bonnie G.A.A. 3, 4, Friendship Club 2. 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4. 44, 208 DONNA HAYWARD Donna G.A.A. 3. 44 ROGER HEAPS Roger 45 THOMAS HEASLEY Animal 20, 45 GAYLE HEIL Gayle F.T.A. 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Friendship Club 2, 4. 45, 170, 187, 208 LINDA HEISE Lin World Affairs 4, F.N.A. 4, G.A.A. 3, Honor Study Hall 2. 45, 182, 184 PAULINE HELLMAN Friendship Club 2, 3. 45 ROSE HELM Rose 45, 208 GREGORY HENDERSON Greg Movie Club 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Hall Guard 2, 3. 44 DIANA HENRY Dee Movie Club 4, G.A.A. 4, Friendship Club 4, F.B.L.A. 4. 44, 205, 208 JUDY HENRY Judy 44 DIANE HERMAN Di World Affairs 4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 4, Linquist Club 4, Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 44 DARLENE HEUER Dee Student Council 3, Majorette Club 2, 3, F.N.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Friendship Club 4. 44, 184, 208 HERMINE HICKS Herm Student Council 2, 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Friendship Club 4. 44 JUDITH HILL Judy G.A.A. 4, Pep Club 4. 44 BONITA HOCEVAR Bonnie G.A.A. 4, Friendship Club 4. 44, 208 EDWARD HODKEY Eddie World Affairs 4, Honor Study Hall 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 45 LINDA HOLLIS Holly F.T.A. 2, World Affairs 4, Friendship Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Transferred to Eu- Zgd in Junior Year. Y , I CAROLYN HOLTZ Carol G.A.A. 2, 4, Friendship Club 2, Ushering 2: Honor Study Hall 2. 45 ROBERT HOLWICK Bah Movie Club 3. 4: State Crew Club 2. 45 RAYMOND HORN Ray Movie Club 3, Stage Crew Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 3, Hall Guard 2, Foreman's Club 4. 45, 163 ALICE HORTON Al Student Council 4: Majorette Club 2. 3, F.N.A. 4, Big Show 4, G.A.A .2. 4, Friendship Club 4, Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 45, 184, 208 MARY HOTTOIS Mary N.F.L. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2. 45 DONALD HOVANCSEK "D" Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 45 ALLAN HRIBAR Al N.H.S. 3. 4, I.Q.S. 4, Student Council 2, P.A. Club 3, 4, Technician 3, 4, Euclidian Business Staff 4, Funds Manager 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Joe Berg Science Seminar 3, 4. 46, 196, 199, 202 JANET HUDOCK Jan G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2. 3, Ushering 3: Pep Club 4. 46 GREGORY HUEBNER Greg Euclidian Rep. 4, Swimming 2. 3, Letterman 3, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Hall Guard 2. 46, 254 DANIEL HUMPHREY Dan 46. 204 WILLIAM HUMPHRIES Hlmzplt Foreman's Club 4. 46, 167. 211 DONNA HUNSTON Donna N.H.S. 3, 4, I.Q.S. 4, F.T.A. 2, Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Big Show Cast 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Letterwinner 3, Survey Editorial Staff 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Friendship Club 2, Hall Guard 3, Senior Assembly 4. 15. 46, 48, 51. 68, 190, 199, 202, 230, 256. 263. 264 RONALD ILG Ron Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet 4. 46, 253 PATRICIA IOSUE Pnrzi Euclidian Rep. 2, Survey Rep. 3, Honor Study Hall 2, Hall Guard 3, Jr. Red Cross 2. 46 RONALD IVEC Ron 46 STANLEY IVEC Sian Honor Study Hall 3, Hall Guard 4, Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 46 PATRICK JACKSON Pai N.H.S. 3, 4, I.Q.S. 3, 4, Executive Board 41 Survey Business Stai 2, 3, 4, Circulation Man- ager 3, Co-Business Manager 4, Rep. 2, 3. 4: Honor Study Hall 2, Football 2, Cross Coun- try 3, Letterman 3, Track 2, Letterman 2, Let- terman's Club 2, 3, 4, Class President 2. 32 Class Cabinet 2, 3, Spirit's Club 3, 4, Buckeye Boy's State Rep. 3, Cub of the Month 2, Prom Committee 3. 4. 11, 46, 189, 192, 193, 199, 202, 254 ANTHONY JAGODNIK Tony Honor Study Hall 2, Science Club 2, Lab As- sistant 4. 46, 309 321 JOHN JAMES Student Council 2, 3, Big Show Cast 2, 3, Sur- vey Rep. 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2. 3, Football 2. 3. 4: Letterman 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Letter- man 4, Baseball 2, Lcttermank Club 4, Spirit's Club 4: Hall Guard 3. 4, Senior Assembly 4, Prom Committee 4. 47, 68. 141, 224, 254 ANDREW JANIS Spade Ad Club 3, Stage Crew Club 2: Fall Play Cast 2, Production Staff 2, Track 2, Wrestling 3, glass Cabinet 3, Foreman's Club 2. CARMEl.A JANKOVICH Carmie F.T.A. 4, Student Council 4, Megaphone Club 4: Cheerleader 4, Euclidian Rep. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 4: Friendship Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, Class Cabinet 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Hall Guard 2, Senior Assembly 4, Prom Com- mittee 3. 47, 68, 178, 187, 230, 231, 262, 265 MADELINE JANKOVICH Madge Class Cabinet 3. EILEEN JARC Swim Club 2, 3. 41 G.A,A, 2, 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 2, Pep Club 4. 47. 133, 211 BERNARD JAROSCAK Bernie Honor Study Hall 2, 3: Hall Guard 3, Auto Club 4. 47 SANDRA JAUNSIS Sandy World Affairs 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4. 47, 208 EVAN JENKINS N.H.S. 4: Euclid Choir 2, Choral Masters 3. 4: Cross Country 2. 3: Science Seminar 3, 4, Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 47, 173 LINDA JERABEK Linda Girl's Glee Club 2: Choral Masters 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Fall Play Cast 4, Euclidian Rep. 2, Linguist Club 4. 36, 47 JAMES JERELE Little Jim Euclidian Rep. 3, Key Club 3, 4, Cross Coun- try 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2. 3. 4, Track 2, 3. 4: Letterman 4, Hall Guard 4, Letterman's Club 2. 3. 4. 47. 86, 188, 218, 220, 253. 254 JAMES JIMISON Bull Dog Hall Guard 2, Basketball 2, At Bowling Green High School in Junior Year. 1 BARBARA JOHNSON Barb G.A.A. 3, Friendship Club 3, 4, Ushering 3, 4. 47 DAVID JONES Jonsey Student Council 2, 3, Euclid Choir 2: Big Show Cast 2. 4, Honor Study Hall 2. 3: Football 2. 3. 4, Letterman 3. 4: Basketball 2. 4, Letter- man 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3. 4, Letter- man's Club 2, 3. 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Senior Assembly 4. 47, 60. 224, 226, 227. 254 GERRAN JONES Gerran Camera Club 2: Honor Study Hall 2. 3, Hall Guard 2. 4. 47. 60. 224. 226. 227 JOAN KADUN N.H.S. 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4: Survey Rep. 4: Class Cabinet 4. 47, 183 JOHN KALEAL N.F.L. 3, 4, Honor Study Hall 3, Cross Coun- try 3. 48 Corky ll .,u JEROME KAPLA Jerry Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Hall Guard 4. 48 SANDRA KAPUDJA Sandie G,A.A. 23 Pep Club 4. 48 PHILLIP KARABINUS Phill Honor Study Hall 33 Hall Guard 43 Golf 2, 3, 43 Letterman 4. 48 THERESE KARDELL Terri Honor Study Hall 3. 49 RUDOLPH KARICH Rudy Bowling 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 4. 49, 252 GERALD KAVON Skip Wrestling 2. 3. 49 SHARON KELEMBER Sharon World Affairs 43 Euclidian Rep. 2, 3, 43 G,A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 3, 43 Pep Club 4: Prom Committee 4. 49, 208 GAIL KELLER Gail F.T.A. 4g World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 43 Trans- ferred to Euclid in Senior Year. 49 ROBERT KELLY Bob 49 PHILIP KEYERLEBER Phil Camera Club 2, Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Foot- ball 2, 3, 43 Letterman 4. 49, 224 BARBARA KISH Barb I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 World Affairs 33 Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclid Choir 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 43 Cub Reporter 33 Reporter 43 Friendship Club 43 Class Cabinet 4. 49, 187, 190 LOIS KISH Lo N.H.S. 43 Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclid Choir 3: G.A.A. 2, 33 Euclidian Rep. 33 Survey Rep. 23 Eucuyo 3, 43 Friendship Club 2. 3, 43 Class Cabinet 23 Senior Scandal 43 CO-Editor 4. 49, 189, 208 ROSE KISH Ro N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Spectrum 43 Linguist Club 4. 49, 187, 212 PAULETTE KITKO Paul World Affairs 2. 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 3, 43 Pep Club 4. 49 JEWELL KLAUGA Judy Student Council 43 Homecoming Committee 43 P.A. Club 3, 43 Technician 3, 43 Fall Play Production Staff 43 Spring Play Production Staff 2, 3: Big Show Production Staff 4g G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Thespians 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Com- mittee 4. 49 JERALDINE KLEIN Jerry G.A.A. 23 Jr. Red Cross 2. 49 LUCINDA KNACK Li: Girl's Glee Club 2, 33 G.A.A. 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Hall Guard 4. 49 SUSAN KLOTZBACH Sue N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 43 Student Council 2, 33 Gir1's Glee Club 23 Master Singers 3, 43 Ad- visory Board 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 As- sistant Literary Editor 43 Rep. 43 Big Show Cast 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g Friendship Club 23 G.L.C. 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 43 Spectrum 4. 49, 173, 194, 196, 199, 202, 212 DIANE KNAUS Diane World Affairs 2, 33 Secretary 33 Megaphone Club 23 Girl's Glee Club 23 Fall Play Produc- tion Staff 33 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Euclid Choir 3: G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Survey Cub Reporter 23 Friendship Club 2, 43 Honor Study Hall 3: Class Cabinet 2: Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Senior Assembly 43 Homecoming Committee 4. 22, 42. 48, 49 ROBERT KNAUS Mr. K 49 JACK KNEALE Jack N.H.S. 43 Student Council 3, 43 Swim Club 43 Class Cabinet 3. 49.74, 178. 183, 242 JOHN KODRICH John 49 Gloria A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 2. 33 Honor Study Hall 2, 3: Pep Club 4. 50 GLORIA KOGAN World Affairs 2: G.A. JAMES KOKOSKY Jim Honor Study Hall 3. 50 GERALDINE KOLMAN Gerry 50 LYNN KOMRAUS Lynn 50 BONITA KOPACH Bonnie Majorette Club 2. 3, 43 Majorette 43 Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 2, Friendship Club 23 Pep Club 43 F.B.L.A. 4. 50. 80, 233 SUSAN KORDA Sue F.T.A. 33 Swim Club 33 F.N.A. 33 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Hall Guard 4. 50 CAROLE KOSHER Korli F.T.A. 3. 43 World Affairs 33 Big Show 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2: Ushering 2: Honor Study Hall 23 Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 23 Senior Assembly 43 Homecoming Commit- tee 4. 50, 187, 192, 256 ROBERT KOSTICK Bob Honor Study Hall 33 Bowling 3, 4. 50 ARLENE KOUCKY Arlene Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 4. 50 JAMES KOVACH Jim N.H.S. 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2. 3, 43 Letterman 43 Baseball 2. 3. 43 Letterman 43 Hall Guard 3. 50, 178. 202. 234 RICHARD KOVAL Dick 50 MARY JANE KOZAR Mary World Affairs 43 Majorette Club 2, 33 G.A.A. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 41 F.B.L.A. 4. 50, 182 YVONNE KOZLEVCAR Yvonne World Affairs 33 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2. 3. 4g F.B.L.A. 4. 51, 208 TERRANCE KRAMER Terry I.Q.S, 43 Camera Club 23 Key Club 3. 43 Sur- vey Editorial Staff 3, 43 Football 43 Letterman 43 Bowling 2. 3, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 43 Hall Guard 43 Senior Scandal 4. 51, 135, 188, 252 322 1?fJNNA KRAUSE Donna THEODORE KRAUSS Ted N.H.S.-43 I.Q.S. 3. 4: Key Club 23 Survey 3, 43 Business Staff 33 Rep. 43 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Football 23 Track 23 Letterman 23 Letter- man's Club 2, 3,4. 30, 5l,57, 199. 254 CLIFTON KREBS Kip C1353 Cabinet 2: Class Guidance Council 23 Hall Guard 2, 33 Student Council 2, 3. 53 JUDITH KRIEGER Judie I.Q.S. 43 Student Council 23 Euclidian Editorial Staff 4: Senior Editor 43 Fall Play Production Staff 3: G.A.A. 33 Eucuyo 23 Friendship Club 23 Pep Club 43 Euclidian Rep. 2. 9.53, 194, 195,199 HELEN KROME Penny! N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 33 E-Room Committee 23 Euclidian Ad Staff 43 Friendship Club 33 Spectrum 43 Linguists Club 4. 8.53,155.187, 196,202 MARY JANE KRUEGER Mary Jane N.H.S. 4.1 Swim Club 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 23 Pep gglub 43 Hall Guard 2. GARY KRULL Gary Key Club 43 Honor Study Hall 43 Hall Guard 4. 53 JOSEPH KURTI Joe Key Club 23 Cross Country 43 Basketball 2, 3. 43 Letterman 3. 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Spec- trum 4. 53, 61, 135. 218. 245, 246, 249, 254 MADELINE LABANT Madeline F.T.A. 23 G.A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2. DENNIS LA FOLLETTE Tex Big Show Cast 23 Euclid Choir 2, 33 Master Singers 4. 53. 173 CAROLYN LACNY Carol F.T.A. 2: Majorette Club 23 Girl's Glee Club 23 Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 33 G.L.C. 23 F.B.L.A. 4. 53 GRANT LAMOS Ill Grant Camera Club 3g Key Club 43 Lab Assistant 4. 53 LINDA LANE Lin World Affairs 33 Girl's Glee Club 23 F.N.A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Friendship Club 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Pep Club 43 Senior Scandal 4. 53, 184, 208 ANITA LANESE "A" Friendship Club 2. 53 NORMAN LARICCIA La Roizcli Honor Study Hall 23 Foreman's Club 2. 53 EDNA LAUB D Eddie F.T.A. 2, 3, -43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 23 Spectrum 41 Linguist Club 4. 53, 187 STEPHEN LAUDENBACH 5161? Foreman's Club 4. 53. 21 1 WILLIAM LAURENSON Bill P.A. Club 2, 3, 43 Technician 2, 3, 43 Presi- dent 3, 43 Big Show Production Staff 2, 33 Ten- nis 2. 53, 209 L- 'l CAROL LAUSIN Carol Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 43 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Marching Band 43 Friendship Club 23- Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Pep Club 43 World Affairs 3. 53, 80, 233 NEIL LAUTER Lau! Student Council 23 Key Club 3, 43 President 43 Fall Play Cast 3, 43 Play Night Cast 33 Spring Play Cast 23 Euclid Choir 23 Master Singers 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Track 3: Class Cabinet 3, 38,53,173, 188,200 ROBERT LEBER Bob Fall Play Cast 43 Play Night Cast 4: Spring Play Cast 43 Big Show Cast 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Wrestling 33 Hall Guard 3, 4. 54 BLAKE LEDUC Blake Foreman's Club 43 President 4. NANCY LEFEVRE Fevie F.N.A. 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Friendship Club 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 3: Senior Scandal 4. 54, 184, 208, 257 JUDITH LEHMAN Judy F.B.L.A. 4. 54 THOMAS LEININGER Tom Student Council 43 Homecoming Committee 43 Swim Club 2, 3. 43 Survey Rep. 23 Swim- ming 2, 33 Hall Guard 4. 24, 54, 71, 183 ANITA LENARSIC Dfmpies 54 LAWRENCE LENGEL Larry World Affairs 33 Camera Club 43 Movie Club 33 Stage Crew Club 33 Hall Guard 4. 54 JANICE LEPORATI Jan World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 2. 33 Honor Study Hall 3. 54, 182 ADELBERT LEUTBECHER Del N.H.S. 43 World Affairs 43 Student Council 2, 3g Key Club 43 Survey Rep. 4g Wrestling 2, 33 Track 33 Class Cabinet 33 Bookstore Worker 2, 33 Science Seminar 3, 43 Spectrum 43 Presi- dent 4. 8, 54, 188 LINDA LEYBECK Peanut World Affairs 43 Megaphone Club 23 Euclid Choir 33 Fall Play Cast 33 Production Staff 43 Play Night Production Staff 33 Director 33 Spring Play Production Staff 2, 33 Big Show Cast 33 Production Staff 33 Concert Band 43 Marching Band 43 Euclidian Rep. 43 Friend- ship Club 23 Ushering 23 Thespians 3, 43 Presi- dent 43 Class Cabinet 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Drama Club 33 Treasurer 3. 40. 51. 55, 56, 200 LAURENCE LIGGETT Larry Orchestra 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Senior Assembly 43 Chevron Society 3. 5, 55, 167 DAVID LILLEY Dave Swim Club 33 Key Club 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 33 Honor Study Hall 23 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 43 Pep Club 43 Senior As- sembly 43 Swim Leader 33 Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 55, 82, 167, 188, 196, 240 ROBERT LINDNER Bob 55 BEVERLY LINDQUIST Bev N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 43 World Affairs 33 Student Council 43 Euclidian Rep. 33 Business Staff 43 Sophomore Circulation Manager 43 G.A.A. 23 Survey Rep. '33 Friendship Club 2, 3. 43 Ushering 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 23 F.B.L.A. 4. 55, 178, 185, 195, 196, 199 BETTY LINK Belly Majorette Club 2. 55 WILLIAM LINSLEY Bill Stage Crew Club 33 Euclid Choir 3. 55 KAREN LOGAN Karen N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 43 World Affairs 3, 43 Student Council 2, 33 Girl's Glee Club 23 G.A.A. 23 Survey Rep. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Class Cabinet 23 Pep Club 43 Spectrum 4. 55, 182, 187 JOYCE LONCALA P.J.'s World Affairs 33 G.A.A. 2, 33 Euclidian Rep. 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 55 RICHARD LONCHAR Dick N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 43 N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 43 Vice-Presi- dent 43 Survey Rep. 33 Editorial Staff 43 Pho- tographer 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Wrestling 23 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Class Cabinet 43 Spirit's Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 4. 44, 55, 68. 178, 179, 180, 189, 190, 199, 202. 224, 254 JOAN LUBE Joan N.H.S. 3, 43 World Affairs 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4g Executive Board 3, 43 Treas- urer 43 Majorette Club 33 Gir1's Glee Club 23 Euclidian Business Staff 43 Co-Ads Manager 43 Fall Play Cast 33 Big Show Cast 43 Master Singers 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Euclidian Rep. 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Pep Club 4. 55, 173, 182, 187, 196, 197, 199, 202 WENDY LUCAS Wendy F.T.A. 3, 43 World Affairs 3, 43 Megaphone Club 2, 33 Cheerleader 23 F.N.A. 43 Fall Play Cast 4: Play Night Cast 43 Spring Play Cast 43 Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 4g Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 23 Senior Assembly 43 Panther Mascot 43 Prom Committee 43 Class Guidance Council 2. 55, 182, 184, 187,208 JOHN LUDWICK John 56 LINDA LYTLE Lynn Friendship Club 3. 56 GEORGE MACQUARRIE George Boy's Glee Club 43 Fall Play Cast 33 Concert Band 23 Marching Band 23 Pit Band 23 Cross Country 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Track 33 Pep Club 4. 56. 173, 245 JUDY MACY "J" N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 43 G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Ushering 43 Senior Assembly 4. 56, 187, 208 GLORIA MADDA Glor World Affairs 33 G.A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 3, 43 Ushering 43 Honor Study Hall 3: Senior Assembly 4. 56, 208 BEVERLY MADEY Bev World Affairs 2, 33 Majorette Club 2, 3, 4: Majorette 43 Big Show Cast 4: G.A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 3. 28, 56, 233 PENNELOPE MAHER Peluiie G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Spirit's Club 43 Treasurer 4, 56. 189 323 MARCIA MAIZEL M151, Student Council 33 Girl's Glee Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 57 MARIANNE MALANEY Abby World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 33 Friendship Club Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 3. , 182 KENNETH MALCHOW Ken Key Club 3, 43 Football 23 Cross Country 3, 43 Letterman 43 Basketball 2, 43 Letterman 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Captain 3. 57, 218, 219, 221, 245, 254 DONALD MANN Don JOHN MARKATOS John Camera Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Bowl- ing 3. 57, 204 CYNTHIA MARKERT Cindy Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 57 JACK MARSH "Swamp" Key Club 43 Swimming 33 Bowling 43 Senior Assembly 4, 57, 188 STEPHANIE MARSHALL Stevie G.A.A. 23 Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. 57 RICHARD MARTIN Dick Printer's Club 2. 57 WILLIAM MARTON Bill Swim Club 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 4. 57, 183, 240 PETER MASKUNAS Coon Student Council 23 Big Show Cast 2, 43 Honor Study Hall 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Track 23 Letterman's Club 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 43 Foreman's Club 4. 57, 76, 224, 254 GAYNELL MATHSON Gay N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 43 World Affairs 43 Ad Club 2, 3, 43 Megaphone Club 23 Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclid Choir 33 Euclidian Business Staff 43 Cashier 43 Rep. 2, 33 Girl's Glee Club 2, 33 G.A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Pep Club 4. 57.188, 196, 199 ELLEN MATLOCK Ellen G.A.A. 2. 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 57 DELORES MATTIS Dee World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 4. 58, 182 JOHN MATZELLE John Track 4. 58, 253 FRANK MAUCERI F.M. Big Show Cast 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Foot- ball 23 Track 23 Golf 4: Class Guidance Coun- cil 23 Hall Guard 2, 33 Senior Assembly 4. 58 MARY MAUFF Mary G.A.A. 2. 58 RONALD MAY Ron Movie Club 23 Stage Crew Club 33 Honor Study Hall 23 Hall Guard 2. 58 HENRY MAYER l Hank Student Council 2, 3, 4: Class Cabinet 3, 4. 58 71- GEORGE MCCREIGHT George Student Council 43 Camera Club 2. 3. RAY MCCULLOCH RUB' 58 MARLENE MCDERMENT Muff? World Affairs 43 Friendship Club 3, 43 Ushering 4: Honor Study Hall 43 G.A.A. 4. 58, 182 DAVID MCGOWAN M0200 Baseball 43 Letterman 43 Hall Guard 43 Fore- man's Club 4. 58, 211 MARCIA McPHERSON Mflfvifl N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 41 World Affairs 23 Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclidian Busi- ness Stalf 43 Circulation Manager 43 Rep. 4: Friendship Club 2: G.A.A. 2. 33 Pep Club 4. 58, 195, 197 NORMAN MEDLEN Norm Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Bowling 2, 3. 4. 58 DORIS MEKEDIS Doris F.T.A. 3, 43 World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 2. 33 Eu- clidian Rep. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3: Ushering 23 Pep Club 4. 4, 58, 75, 182, 187 ROBERT MERVAR Bob Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 41 Board of Directors 43 Pit Band 3, 43 Big Show Band 4. 59, 167, 168 ROBERT MERVIS Bob N.F.L. 23 Orchestra 43 Fall Play Cast 43 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 March- ing Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 3. 4. 59. 167, 170 NANCY MESOJEDEC Nano G.A.A. 4: Friendship Club 2. 3. 4. 59 MARY ANN MEYERS lllary Ann G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 2. 59 SARA MIDDLEBROOK Sarie Girl's Glee Club 23 President 23 Big Show Pro- duction Staff 23 Choral Masters 3, 43 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 43 Feature Editor 43 Eucuyo 33 Pep Club 4. 59.173, 190,199 MARY MIDDLETON Mriry I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 World Affairs 23 Stu- dent Council 23 G.A.A. 2, 33 Euclidian Rep. 43 Survey Business Staff 3, 43 Program Man- ager 43 Rep. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Ush- ering 2: Honor Study Hall 43 Pep Club 4. 59, 187, 192, 193, 199 gEg.IZABETH MIKLAVCIC Li: RONALD MIKOVIC Ron N.F.L. 23 Bookstore Worker 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Class Guidance Council 23 Hall Guard 2, 33 Senior Assembly 4. 59 BARBARA MILAVEC Dizzy G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 59 HEATHER MILLAR Heather Babes N.H.S. 3. '43 I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 33 Student Coun- c1l 4lI.SW1ITl Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Social Editor 43 G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 President 43 Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 23 Pep Club 43 Spirit's Club 3, 43 President 43 Hall Guard 33 Senior Assembly 43 Panther of the Week 4. 28. 59, 178, 183, 189, 194, 199. 202, 213 CQATHERINE MILLER Cathy QEJDITH MILLER Judy RONALD MILLER Ron Bookstore Worker 43 Play Night Production Staff 43 Spring Play Production Staff 43 Big Show Production Staff 43 Honor Study Hall 2: Hall Guard 3: Senior Assembly 4. 59, 135 DIANE MILMONT Di Friendship Club 43 Honor Study Hall 4: Hall Guard 23 F.B.L.A. 4. 60 JOHN MIROSAVICH John Student Council 43 Bookstore Worker 2. 31 Football 2: Baseball 2. 60 JAMES MOCHAN Moe N.F.L. 43 World Affairs 23 Student Council 33 Big Show Cast 43 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Class Guidance Council 23 Hall Guard 2, 3, 43 Senior Assembly 4. 60 DONALD MOCK Don Student Council 2: Swim Club 23 Orchestra 23 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 23 March- ing Band 2: Euclid Choir 2. Master Singers 3, 43 President 43 Swimming 2, 33 Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. 60.172 SIMON MOHLER Si Student Council 2. 3. 60 DENIS MOHORIC Den P.A. Club 2, 3, 43 Technician 2. 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3. 43 Pit Band 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Let- terman 4: Track 2. 60, 167, 207, 224 BRUCE MOLNAR Fuzzy-Moe Student Council 23 Honor Study Hall 3, 43 Football 43 Baseball 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Let- terman 43 Hall Guard 23 Senior Assembly 43 Spectrum 4. 60, 240 DEANNA MONROE Dee G.A.A. 2, 43 Friendship Club 2. 60 WILLIAM MOORE Bill Foreman's Club 4. 60, 211 MARLENE MOREL Mar F.T.A. 2. 3, 43 Executive Board 43 World Af- fairs 2, 3, 43 Student Council 2. 33 Majorette Club 2, 3: F.N.A. 43 Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3: Ushering 2, 33 Class Cabinet 43 Hall Guard 23 Senior Assem- bly 43 Prom Committee 4. 61 PETER MORKUNAS Pere Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 61 JEFFREY MORRIS Scror 61 LEE MORRIS Morey Hall Guard 4. 61 DENNIS MORRISON Denny World Affairs 43 Key Club 43 Wrestling 2. 61, 188 GARY MOSS Spider Basketball 2. 61 THOMAS MOULIS Tom Football 2, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 4. 62. 224. 234 SUSAN MUEHLEISEN Sue Student Council 43 Megaphone Club 23 Euclid Choir 33 Girl's Glee Club 43 G.A.A. 43 Friend- ship Club 33 Homecoming Committee 4. 62, 174 324 JAMES MRAMOR jim 'gransferred to Euclid in Junior Year. S149 N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Mounting Editor 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. 43 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 23 Spectrum 43 Senior Scan- dal 4. 62, 187, 194, 199, 202, 208 BONNA MUIR Bon Student Council 3: Megaphone Club 23 Cheer- leader 23 Big Show Cast 33 G.A.A. 2, 43 Survey Rep. 4: Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Class Cabinet 4: Pep Club 43 Prom Com- mittee 4. 62 ANN MURPHY Allll Dance Club 2. 62 CHARLOTTE MURRAY Delinquent Friendship Club 2. 62 DALIA MUSTEIKIS Dalia N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 4g Student Council 2, 33 G.A.A. 2, 33 Letterwinner 23 Euclidian Rep. 33 Ads Staff 4: Eucuyo 43 Friendship Club 23 Senior Scandal 4. 62, 196, 198. 199 RAYMOND MYLAR Ray 62 JUANITA NADA Nim N.H.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 33 Majorette Club 2. 3, 43 Majorette 3, 43 Head Majorette 43 Big Show Cast 2. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 G.L.C. 3, 4: Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Buck- eye Girl's State Rep. 43 Homecoming Queen 43 Attendant 3. 62, 155, 202, 212, 232, 233, 263, 265, 267 HOWARD NEBE Howie Movie Club 23 Hall Guard 4. 62 CHARLOTTE NELSON Charlie World Affairs 33 F.N.A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Eu- cuyo 3, 43 Friendship Club 33 Hall Guard 3. 62 WILLIAM NIEHAUS Will World Affairs 43 Student Council 2, 33 Big Show Cast 43 Class Cabinet 2. 33 Hall Guard 43 Senior Assembly 4: Prom Committee 4. 63 PATRICIA NOBBE Mafia G.A.A. 23 Survey Cub Reporter 2: Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 23 Pep Club 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Panther Mascot 4. 63 GLORIA NOSAN Harrie! N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 Executive ,Board 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 4: Editor-in-Chief.42 Big Show Cast 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Euclidian Rep. 2, 33 Survey Rep. 23 Friendship Club 2, 3: G.L.C. 43 Class Vice-President 3: Pep Club 4: Spirit's Club 43 Secretary 43 Buckeye G1rl'S State Rep. 3g Prom Committee 31 Homecom- ing Attendant 43 Spring Sports Attendant 3. 28, 30, 63, 189, 194, 195. 199, 202, 212, 263 265, 267 DONALD NOVAK DOH Key Club 3, 43 Cross Country 33 Baseball 3, 4g Letterman 3, 43 Lettcrman's Club 3. 4. 63. 254 LAWRENCE NOVAK Laffy Stage Crew Club 3. 4: Fall Play Production Staff 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2. 63, 204 EUGENE O'SABEN Gem? N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Football 23 Cross Country 43 Letterman 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 46, 63, 218, 221, 253 Concert Band 3, 41 Marching Band 2, 3, 41 Pit f nl,...,. RICHARD OCKUNZZI Rich Honor Study Hall 31 Tennis 31 Bowling 4: Hall Guard 2, 3. 20, 63 JOSEPH ODDA lov N.F.L. 2, 3, 41 President 31 P.A. Club 41 An- nouncer 41 Fall Play Cast 41 Play Night Cast 2, 31 Spring Play Cast 21 Thespians 2, 3, 41 President 31 Spectrum 4. 63, 200. 201, 260, 261 ANDREW OGRIN Tex Camera Club 2, 3, 41 Vice-President 31 Euclid Choir 31 Fall Play Cast 2, 3. 63 ROBERT OLESKI Bob Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. 63, 188 DONNA OPALK Donna Euclidian Rep. 31 Friendship Club 41 Honor Study Hall 3. 63 EDWARD ORAZEN Eddie N.H.S. 3, 41 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4: Football 2. 3, 4: Captain 41 Letterman 3, 41 Track 2, 4: Letter- man's Club 3. 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Co-Captain 41 Letterman 2, 3, 41 Class Vice-President 4: Class Cabinet 4: Hall Guard 2. 3, 4: Panther of the Week 41 Prom Committee 4. 14, 27, 63, 202, 224, 234, 236, 254, 258, 265 MALCOLM OREBAUGH Mal N,F.L. 41 World Affairs 41 Stage Crew Club 21 Key Club 41 Honor Study Hall 2. 64, 182. 188 SHERMAN OTT Slzerm Honor Study Hall 2, 31 Hall Guard 21 Fore- man's Club 4. 64 BONNITA OWEN Bonnie N.F.L. 3, 4: F.N.A. 41 Spring Play Production Staff 31 G.A.A. 3, 41 Friendship Club 2, 31 Ushering 21 Pep Club 4. 64, 184 PATRICIA PADO Delinquent World Aifairs 41 G.A.A. 41 Friendship Club 4. 64, 182, 208 LEE PAGE Baal Honor Study Hall 21 Hall Guard 2. 64 RONALD PAGON Ron 39, 65 CHRISTINE PAJK Chris Movie Club 31 G.A.A. 2, 3, 41 Friendship Club 31 F.B.L.A. 4. 65 WILLIAM PALKO, JR. Pac-Rat Football 41 Baseball 31 Bowling 3, 41 Letter- man 3, 41 Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 65 LILLIAN PAPP Lil World Affairs 31 Euclidian Rep. 41 G.A.A. 2, 3, 41 Friendship Club 3, 4: Honor Study Hall 215 F.B.L.A. 4. 6 WILLIAM PATTON Bill Football 2: Basketball 41 Class Cabinet 3. 65, 245 PRISCILLA PAUL Dolly I.Q.S. 41 F.T.A. 3, 41 World Affairs 3: Major- ette Club 2, 3, 41 Majorette 3, 41 Girl's Glee Club 21 Euclid Choir 31 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 41 G.A.A. 2, 3, 41 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 41 News Editor 41 Reporter 3, 41 Rep. 31 Friend- ship Club 21 Ushering 21 Honor Study Hall 31 Pep Club 41 Senior Assembly 41 Homecoming Committee 4. 48, 65, 77, 187, 190. 233, 263 CAROLINE PAVELKA Blondie 65 PATRICIA PERROTTI Put G.A.A. 41 Friendship Club 2. 33 Honor Study Hall 3. 65 LINDA PERZ Liu G.A.A. 3, 4: Pep Club 4. 65 BARBARA PETERSEN liarh I-'.T.A. 21 Megaphone Club 21 Girl's Glee Club 21 Big Show Cast 3, 41 Master Singers 3. 41 G.A.A. 2. 41 Euclidian Rep. 2, 31 Friendship Club 2: Pep Club 4. 65, 173 GERALD PETERSEN Pere Euclid Choir 2: Master Singers 3, 41 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 41 Survey Business Staff 2. 31 Rep. 2, 31 Wrestling 2, 3: Golf 3, 4. 65.66, 79, 173 MARLENE PETRIK Mar Student Council 2, 31 G.A,A. 2. 65 JOHN PETRO luck Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 65, 201 DIANE PETROU Diane Movie Club 41 Friendship Club 3. 65 VICTOR PETROVIC Vic N.H.S. 4: Movie Club 2, 3, 41 Cross Country 41 Truck 3, 4. 65, 218. 253 ROGER PETROVICH Rag Movie Club 2, 3, 41 Football 21 Foreman's Club 4. 65,211 CAROL PHILLIPS Carol N.H.S. 3, 41 F.T,A, 4g Megaphone Club 21 P.A. Club 3, 41 Technician 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 41 Friendship Club 21 Honor Study Hall 31 Pep Club 4: Euclidian Ad Staff 41 G.L.C. 4. 65, 187, 196, 202, 207, 212 NANCY PHILLIPS G.A.A. 41 Friendship Club .., 4. 65 Nan 7 JOHN PICCIANO John Movie Club 2, 3. 65 JANIS PIKE Jan F.T.A. '2, 3, 4: Girl's Glee Club 21 Euclid Choir 3: Master Singers 4: G.A.A. 4: Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 41 Ushering 3, 41 Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 4, 65, 172, 187. 208 ANNE PINTER Anne G.A.A 41 Survey Rep. 2. 66 DIANE PISEK D.P. Student Council 31 Movie Club 3, 41 Book- store Worker 31 G.A.A. 41 Friendship Club 4: G.L.C. 41 Pep Club 41 F,B.L.A. 4. 66, 205, 208 JUDY PODOBNIKAR .Podobr Student Council 2: G.A.A. 2, 41 Euclidian Rep. 31 Friendship Club 31 Pep Club 4. 66 KAREN PODWILS KUVFII Movie Club 41 Euclid Choir 3, 41 G.A.A, 41 Friendship Club 31 Pep Club 41 F.B.I..A. 4. 66, 174, 205 BOB POLLUTRO Rnrk Class Cabinet 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 4. 66 JAMES POSTLE Jim 66 JEANNETTE POSTLE Jenn G.A.A. 2, 3, 41 Friendship Club 2. 66 325 SHARON POUSS Shari Friendship Club 4. 67 ALLEN PRFTNAR Al Drama Club 3. 67 STANLEY PRIJATEIJ Smit Band 2, 3, 41 Pep Band 3, 41 Cadet Band 2. 25, 67, 167 ALICF PRIORESCHI Alice World Affairs 4: Friendship Club 2, 31 Honor Study Hall 2. 6, 67, 182 LUCY PROKOP Lon Girl's Glee Club 2. 67 JEFFREY PROUDFOOT Jelj' N.H.S. 41 N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Student Council 41 Euclidian Rep. 41 Tennis 2. 3, 41 Letterman 3. 41 Letterman's Club 3, 4. 67, 178. 254 WILLIAM PUGH Bill Fall Play Cast 3, 41 Play Night Cast 3: Spring Play Production Staff 3: Big Show Cast 3, 4: Thespians 3. 41 Senior Assembly 4, 67, 200, 204 MATTHEW PULEO Mall 67 DENNIS PUNGERCHAR Punky 67 DONALD PURTILL Don Honor Study Hall 21 Football 31 Track 2: Hall Guard 4. 67 SARAH RALLS Surah Girl's Glee Club 2: Euclid Choir 3, 4:4 F.T.A. 41 Fall Play Cast 41 G.A.A. 3. 41 Friendship Club 2, 3 41 Pep Club 41 Euclidian Ads Staff 4. 4, 67, 174, 184, 196 MADELINE RANDAZZO Madeline Student Council 21 Majorette Club 2, 3. 4: Majorette 3, 41 Head Majorette 4: Big Show Cast 3, 41 Marching Band 3, 41 G.A.A. 2, 3. 41 Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 31 G.L.C. 41 Pep Club 41 Senior Assembly 41 Prom Committee 3, 8, 67, 81. 212, 232. 263 THOMAS RANKIN Rank Student Council 3: Choral Masters 2, 3, 41 Big Show Cast 3. 4: Football 2. 3, 41 Letterman 41 Wrestling 2, 3, 41 Letterman 4: Baseball 2: Track 31 Lettennan's Club 41 Spirit's Club 31 Survey Rep. 4. 68, 172, 224, 234, 254 KATHLEEN RASH .Kay Majorette Club 2. 31 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Friend- ship Club 2, 31 Ushering 21 Hall Guard 4: F.B.L.A. 4. 68 PATRICIA RAYMOND Pai es CAROL REBA Scliultzie Megaphone Club 2: Girl's Glee Club 2. 4: Eu- clid Choir 3, 41 Fall Play Production' Staff 2: Play Night Production Staff 2: Spring Play Production Staff 2, 31 Big Show Cast-41 Pro- duction Statf 31 G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Euclidian Rep. 2, 31 Survey Rep. 2. 31 Friendship Club 2. 3. 4: Ushering 2, 3: Honor Study Hall 2: Class Cabinet 2, 3: Pep Club 4: Senior Assembly -ll Prom Committee 3, 4: F.B.L.A. 4: Homecom- ing Committee 3. 4: Class Guidance Council 2. 3, 4, 22. 28.69. 174, 208 KEITH REDLIN Frog 69 .-Y .- Y.., -T . 2 L... YW q MICHAEL REBA Reel? Euclidian Rep. 43 Cross Country 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Track 43 Letterman's Club 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 3, 4. 69, 218, 245 JUDITH REICHENBACH ' Judy World Affairs 33 Majorette Club 21 Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A.-2, 43 Friendship Club 2: Ush- ering 23 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 43 Senior As- sembly 4. 32, 69, 210, 262 BARBARA RHOADES Barb Girl's Glee Club 23 Ensemble 43 Master Sing- ers 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Ushering 3: Pep Club 4. 69, 172, 208 PATRICK RICHARDS Pa! Movie Club 3. 43 President 43 Play Night Pro- duction Staff 43 Big Show Production Stal? 43 Senior Assembly 4. 69, 205 JAMES RICHARDSON Jim Swim Club 43 Key Club 43 Fall Play Cast 33 Honor Study Hall 3: Wrestling 2. 69 BONITA RITZ Bwwie N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 2. 3. 4: World Affairs 33 Ma- jorette Club 23 G,A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Cabinet 2, 3, 43 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 43 F.B.L.A. 4. 69, 187, 208, 209 ANN ROBERTS Penny N.H.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 33 Girl's Glee Club 21 Master Singers 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Euclidian Rep. 33 G.L.C. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 4. 69, 173 BEVERLY ROBERTS Bev F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 F.N.A. 43 Big Show 43 Concert Band 3, 43 Librarian 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 23 Pit Band 3, 41 G.A.A. 2, 3: Euclidian Rep. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Cabinet 2, 33 Ushering 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 4. 69, 167, 169, 184. 209 JEANNETTE ROBERTS Jay F.T.A, 3: World Af?airs 3: Megaphone Club 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Girl's Glee Club 23 Big Show Cast 3, 43 Master Singers 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Letterwinner 33 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Mon- itor 33 Hall Guard 3, 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 3. 69, 172, 230 RUTH ROBERTS Ruthie F.T.A. 43 World Al?airs 33 Majorette Club 2, 33 Big Show Cast 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friend- ship Club 23 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 4. 22, 69, 187 RICHARD ROMAN Rich N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 43 Key Club 3, 43 Eucuyo 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Senior Scandal 43 Co-Editor. 4. 69 JOSEPH ROMANO Joe N,H.S. 3. 43 Vice-President 43 N.F.L. 43 I.Q.S. 43 Euclidian Editorial Stal? 43 Assistant Pic- ture Editor 43 Baseball 2, 69, 194, 199, 201, 202 BARBARA ROMISHER Barb Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3, 43 Big Show Cast 3. 43 Marching Band 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Monitor 33 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 4. 7, 69, 232 JOYCE ROSCHY Frenchy Friendship Club 33 Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 69 DONNA ROSITANO Donna Big Show Cast 43 G.A.A. 23 Friendship Club 23 Senior Assembly 4. 69 PATRICIA ROTE Pat N.H.S. 3. 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 Euclidian Rep. 33 Fall Play Production Stal? 3, 43 Play Night Produc- tion Staff 3, 43 Spring Play Production Staff 3. 43 Big Show Production Stal? 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 43 Assistant Art Editor 33 Art Editor 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 43 G.L.C. 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 43 Pep Club. 69, 190, 199, 202, 212, 215 CHARLES ROWLES Chuck 70 SHARON RUMOHR Sharon Student Council 33 Friendship Club 3: Trans- ferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 70, 160 WILLIAM RUSS Willy Camera Club 2, 3, 43 Big Show Cast 43 Honor Study Hall 33 Golf 23 Hall Guard 2, 33 Senior Assembly 4. 70 MICHELE SABETTI Mike F.T.A. 43 Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclid Choir 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Friendship Club 2. 3. 43 Pep Club 43 Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 70, 174, 187. 196,208 RICHARD SAK Rich World Affairs 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Swim- ming 2: Hall Guard 43 Senior Assembly 4. 70 LOIS SALMICK L0 N.F.L. 43 G.A.A. 33 Friendship Club 3, 43 Hall Guard 4. 70 JOHN SAMSA John Honor Study Hall 2. 70 DENNIS SARICH Denny N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 3. 43 Student Council 2. 3: Euclidian Rep. 33 Editorial Stal? 43 Art Editor 43 Eucuyo 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief 43 Spectrum 4, 70, 173, 194, 198, 199, 202 RICHARD SARVER Dick N.H.S. 43 I.Q,S. 43 Boy's Glee Club 33 Euclid- ian Business Stal? 43 Co-Ads Manager 43 Fall Play Cast 33 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Board of Directors 43 Pit Band 3, 43 Master Singers 3, 43 Survey Rep. 2. 3, 43 Business Stal? 33 Class Cabinet 33 Prom Committee 3. 70, 167, 196, 199 SHIRLEY SAWYER Shirley 70 DONALD SBROCCO Don 70 BARBARA SCANLON Barb Hall Guard 2. 70 JULIANNE SCHEFF Juli Homecoming Committee 43 Megaphone Club 23 G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Friendship Club 33 Ushering 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 23 Senior Assembly 4. 22, 71, 192, 263 PATRICIA SCHEIBEL Pat Euclidian Rep. 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Hall Guard 4. 71 DOROTHEA SCHMIDT Dotty F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 World Affairs 4: G.A.A. 3. 43 Euclidian Rep. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Cabinet 43 Ushering 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 43 Captain 43 Euclidian Ads Stal? 4. 71.l82,187,196, 208 326 KATHLEEN SCHMIDT Kathy N.H.S. 43 Euclidian Business Stal? 43 Conces- sions Manager 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Rep, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Cabinet 3, 43 Class Secretary 43 Class Cabinet 3. 31. 54, 71, 195, 196, 199, 208, 209, 263 BARBARA SCHMITT Barb Student Council 23 Majorette Club 23 Girl's Glee Club 23 Fall Play Cast 43 Play Night Cast 33 Big Show Cast 2, 33 Master Singers 3, 43 G5AiA5 43 Survey Rep. 2, 33 Pep Club 4. LARRY SCHNEIDER Schnitz Student Council 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 33 Football 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Class Secretary 23 Class President 43 Class Cabinet 2. 3, 43 Spirit's Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 43 Senior Assembly 43 Prom Committee 4, 31. 72, 189, 224, 254 SHARON SCHOTT Sherry Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3, 43 Girl's Glee Club 23 Big Show Cast 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Rep. 23 Survey Rep. 33 Friendship Club 23 Pep Club 43 Senior Assembly 4. 72, 233 RONALD SCHUBERT Ron Camera Club 2. 3, 43 President 43 Key Club 3, Honor Study Hall 2. KATHRYN SCHUETTE Kathi N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 43 Student Council 2, 3, 4: Executive Board 3, 43 Social Chairman 33 Homecoming Chairman 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Staff Editor 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Secretary 33 Euclidian Rep. 33 Survey Rep. 43 Eucuyo 43 Friendship Club 2, 43 Pep Club 43 Buckeye Girl's State Rep. 43 Panther of the Week 43 Spectrum 4. 72, 134, 159, 178, 179, 181, 194, 199, 202, 208,259 , NANCY SCHWARTS Nance N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3. 43 Stu- dent Council 43 Girl's Glee Club 2. 28, 72, 173, 178, 187, 192, 193, 199, 202, 212 JOHN SCHWEMLER John Master Singers 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Rep. 43 Survey 2, 3, 43 Rep. 3, 43 Business Staff 3. 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Ushering 23 G.L.C. 3. 43 Pep Club 4. 72 JOAN SCOTT Joan F.N.A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 43 Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 23 Senior Scandal 4. 72, 81, 184 VIRGINIA SEBOCK Midge G.A.A. 33 F.B.L.A. 4. 72 BONNIE SEIFERT Bonnie F.T.A. 3, 43 World Affairs 43 Girl's Glee Club 23 F.N.A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 2. 72, 182, 184, 187, 208 JOAN SERES Jo-Jo Jr. Red Cross 23 Honor Study Hall 4. 72 FRED SERNEL Fred 72 VAUGHN SESTAK Vonnie Big Show Cast 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 March- ing Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 43 Friendship Club 2, 43 Hall Guard 43 Senior Scandal 4. 73. 107, 208 THOMAS SHANNON T001 Stage Crew Club 43 Eucuyo 43 Honor.Study Hall 33 Thespians 43 Track 43 Class Cabinet 43 Hall Guard 3, 43 Transferred to Euclid in Jun- ior Year. 73, 200 lt' CAROL SHENKEL Sheuk World Affairs 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 43 Senior Scandal 4. 28, 64, 73, 75, 182 ROBERT SHERRY Binh Honor Study Hall 33 Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 73 DANIEL SHIELDS Dun Baseball 23 Swimming 2, 3: Hall Guard 3, 4: Senior Assembly '4. 22, 34, 73 ALAN SHINAGAWA Alvin N.H.S. 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Student Council 4: Euclidian Rep. 43 Bookstore Worker 3. 4: Con- cert Band 2: Marching Band 2: Pit Band 23 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 43 Euclidian Ads Staff 4. 73, 178, 203, 210, 218, 254 MICHAEL SIKORA Mike Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 43 Football 4: Letter- man 43 Baseball 43 Letterman's Club 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. 52, 73, 224, 254 KATHLEEN SIMMONS Kathy Movie Club 2. 3, 4g G.A.A. 2. 4: Friendship Club 4. 73, 205 LAWRENCE SINGER Larry Euclid Choir 2, 3: Fall Play Cast 4: Play Night Cast 4: Spring Play Cast 4: Big Show Cast 2, 3343 Master Singers 43 Thespians 4. 7 MARIAM SINGER Mickey G.A.A. 3 73 ELAINE SIPPOLA Sip N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 F.N.A. 33 Class Cabinet 4: Pep Club 4. 28, 73 GENE SIRCA Gene Concert Band 23 Football 2. 73 KENNETH SKULA Ken 73 JON SLAYBAUGH Jun Student Council 43 Honor Study Hall 2. 3: Hall Guard 43 Captain 43 Senior Assembly 4. 74 PATRICIA SMICIKLAS Pat 74 CHARLENE SMITH Char Majorette Club 2. 3: Big Show Cast 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Business Staff 3, 4: Sec- retary 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 33 G.L.C. 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 3, 43 Senior Assembly 4. 22, 74, 76, 193. 212 DOUGLAS SMITH Doug Honor Study Hall 33 Hall Guard 2: Senior As- sembly 4. 74 GARY SMITH Gary Bowling 2, 3, 4. 74, 252 JACQUELINE SMITH Jackie World Affairs 43 Friendship Club 43 Pep Club 4. 74 PHILIP SMITH Phil Foreman's Club 4: Secretary-Treasurer 4, 74, 211 MICHAEL SMOLINSKY Mike Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. STEVE SMRDEL Sieve 74 na - -I ,J , 4- U- -i4 ,Q PEGGY SNYDER Peg Movie Club 4. 74, 205 JOANNE SOBLESKY Ret! lylajorette Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 4 RONALD SOTKA Run Hall Guard 4. 74 MARY ANN SOVICH ll-Ittry Ann N.H.S. 43 I.Q.S. 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3: World Af- fairs 43 P.A. Club 3, 43 Technician 3, 43 F.N.A. 4: G.A.A. 23 Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3: Re- porter 2, 33 Friendship Club 2:.Pep Club 4. 74, 182, 184, 199. 207 KENNETH SOWUL Ken Camera Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 75 RAYMOND SPACAGNA Ray World Affairs 43 Basketball 3: Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 75 CAROL SPENA Carol Friendship Club 2. 3. 75, 160 JERALD SPENCER Jerry Movie Club 3, 4: Big Show Cast 2: Euclid Choir 2: Wrestling 2. 3: Baseball 2, 3. 4: Class Cabinet 3. 75. 257 GERALD SPENKO Jerry N.A.S.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 33 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 33 Fall Play Cast 3: Concert Band 2, 3: Marching Band 33 Pit Band 3: Honor Study Hall 2: Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Letterman 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2. 33 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 75, 86, 188. 218,254 PATRICIA SPRINGER Pat Euclid Choir 4: Friendship Club 3. 43 Pep Club 4: F.B.L.A. 4. 74. 75 DAVID SPROCHI "Sprach" Student Council 2: Euclid Choir 23 Master Singers 3, 4: Eucuyo 4: Honor Study Hall 2: Football 2, 3. 4: Letterman 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Letterman 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 4: Class Cabinet 4: Class Guidance Council 3. 43 Spirit's Club 43 Vice-President 43 Hall Guard 2, 3. 43 Prom Committee 4. 76. 81. 173, 189. 224, 154 RICHARD STADLER Rich 76 RUTH STAFFORD Rlllflft' 76 SHARON STAHLER Sherri N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 3, 4: P.A. Club 2, 3, 43 An- nouncer 3, 43 Technician 23 Euclidian Business Staff 43 Business Manager 4: Master Singers 3. 4: Honor Study Hall 2. 76, 196, 199, 206 ULRICH STAMM Ulli Swim Club 2: Swimming 2, 3. 76 CAROL STANLEY Cam! World Affairs 3: Majorette Club 33 Megaphone Club 23 Big Show Cast 2: G.A.A. 3. 42 Friend- ship Club 2. 76 SUSAN STANWYCK Sue Girl's Glee Club 2: Euclid Choir 3, 43 Friend- ship Club 2, 3. 4: Honor Study Hall 2: Pep Club 4: Senior Scandal 4. 76, 174, 184 PATSY STARNES Pu! G.A.A. 2, 3: Friendship Club 3. 76 327 RICHARD STASIENKO Richard JUN G.A.A. 2: Survey Rep. 23 Friendship Club 43 Ushering 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Senior As- sembly 4. 77, 208 THOMAS STEICH Tom Basketball 3. 77 Chufk Hall Guard 3. 77 DANIEL STEVENSON Oimr N.H.S. 3, 4: N.A.S.S. 2. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 4: Euclidian Rep. 43 Survey Rep. 2: Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Basket- ball 2, 3, 4: Letterman 2, 3,43 Baseball 2. 3. 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2. 3: Buckeye Boy's State Rep. 43 Cub of the Month 23 Eucuyo 3: Panther of the Week 4. 77. 179. 202, 244, 245, 248, 254. 265 BEVERLY STONE Bev Fgiendship Club 2, 3: F.B.L.A. 4. JOHN STONEBACK Stoney Stage Crew Club 23 Big Show Production Staff 2, 3: Concert Band 2. 3. 4: Marching Band 2. 3, 4: Pit Band 2, 3. 4: Pep Band 3. 43 Band Sergeant 4. 77. 167, 168 ROSEMARY STRAH "Ro" Friendship Club 2, 4. 77, 208 ELINOR STRAUB "EI" Red Cross 2: Friendship Club 2. JOSEPH STURM Joe 77 JACK SUBEL John World Affairs 4: Spring Play Cast 4: Survey Rep. 2, 3. 4: Honor Study Hall 3. 77 JUDITH SUHAR Judy World Affairs 3. 4: Megaphone Club 21 Girl's Glee Club 2: Big Show Cast 3: Euclid Choir 3: Master Singers 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 43 Friend- ship Club 2. 3: Ushering 2. 3: Honor Study Hall 2: Class Cabinet 4: Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 3: F.B.L.A. 43 Homecoming Committee 4. 22, 59, 76. 77, 173, 182 EILEEN SULLIVAN Zelda F.T.A. 33 World Affairs 3: Student Council 3. 43 Majorette Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 4: P.A. Club 3: Technician 3: Big Show Cast 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Friendship Club 23 Honor Study Hall 3: Class Treasurer 3: Class Cabinet 3: Hall Guard 3: Captain 3: Senior Assembly 4: Prom Com- mittee 3: Homecoming Attendant 2. 64, 78. 232 JUDY SULLIVAN Judy G.A.A. 3. 78 NANCY SULLIVAN Nunn' N.H.S. 4: F.T.A. 3. 43 World Affairs 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Survey Editorial Staff 2. 3. 4: Friend- ship Club 2. 3: Honor Study Hall 2: Pep Club 4: Euclidian Ad Staff 4: Spectrum 4. 78. 182. 196. 199. 263 DEANNE SUSNIS Dee Survey Rep. 3: Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 2. 78 BARBARA SVRGA h , Barb F.T.A. 2, 3: Survey Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 2. 78, 180 BARBARA WALLACE Barbie MARY SUSTERSIC Mitzi F.T.A. 43 World Affairs 4: Ad Club 3, 4: Swim Club 2: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Friendship Club 42 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Pep Club 4g Hall Guard '7 78, 182. 187,208 ROSEMARY SYRACUSE Friendship Club 2: Honor Guard 3. 78 Study Hall Ro 3: Hall VERNA SYRACUSE Dollie Friendship Club 4. 78, 160, 208 SHARON SZALEK Sharon World Affairs 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2. 78 JOSEPH TANNENBAUM Joe Hall Guard 4. 79 GARY TAYLOR Gary Bowling 3. 79 ROCKWELL TAYLOR Rocky Concert Band 2. 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3. 4: Pit Band 33 Basketball 2: Track 4. 79. 135, 167 WILLIAM TEKAVIC Willy Student Council 2, 3. 43 Baseball 4: Letterman 4: Letterman's Club 4. 79. 178 JANICE TELISMAN Jan N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Swim Club 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 3: President 4: Gir1's Glee Club 2: Fall Play Cast 3: Big Show Cast 23 Master Singers 3. 43 Executive Board 4: G.A.A. 2, 33 Survey Business Staff 43 Rep. 3. 43 Friendship Club 23 Pep Club 43 Prom Committee 3. 79, 172. 178. 183 CHARLES TERRANOVA Chuck N.H.S. 43 Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 43 Class Vice President 23 Class Cabinet 2, 33 Pep Club 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: 79. 224, 254 CHRISTOPHER TETRICK Kris gloonor Study Hall 23 Wrestling 2. DAVID THOMAS Dave Wrestling 23 Golf 23 Letterman 2: Letterman's Club 2. 80 CHARLES TILK Chuck Honor Study Hall 33 Football 23 Cross Coun- try 43 Track 2, 3. 43 Letterman 4: Letterman's gfgub 43 Class Cabinet 43 Pep Club 4. NANCY TILLY Tilly Ad Club 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Pep gflub 43 Hall Guard 4. PENELOPE TINKER Penny N.H.S. 3. 43 I.Q.S. 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 4: Executive Board 3, 43 Secretary 3: Girl's Glee Club 23 Euclid Choir 3: Euclidian Edito- rial Staff 4: Assistant Editor 43 Fall Play Cast 33-Big Show Cast 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Friend- ship Club 23 G.L.C. 3. 4: Class Cabinet 2, 4: Pep Club 43 Spirit's Club 43 Cub of the Month 2: Prom Committee 3, 4 80. 178, 179, 189, 194, 202, 212 LOUIS TOLAR Lou IgI0orgcHr1Study Hall 3, 4: Foreman's Club 4. BEVERLY TOMLE Bev gdA.A. 2: Honor Study Hall 3. JOHN TRAUGER Terry N.H.S. 3. 43 N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Swim Club 3, 43 Key Club 43 Swimming 2, 3, 4: Co-Captain 43 Letterman 3. 4: Letterman's Club 3. 43 Class Cabinet 3g Hall Guard 3. 63, 80, 183. 188. 202, 240, 242 DONNA TRENTEJ. Donna SOAA. 2: Friendship Club 23 Ushering 3, CHARLES TRINITE Bud 80 CARL TROUTEN JR. Fred Camera Club 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 33 Hall Guard 2. 4. 80 SHEILA TROYER Pigeon Transferred to Euclid in Senior Year. Friend- ship Club 43 Spectrum 4. 81. 208 SUSAN TROXELL Sue G.A.A. 2, 3. 43 Friendship Club 2, 3. 80 THOMAS TUCKERMAN Friar Tuck N.H.S. 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 41 Baseball 3: Letterman 3: Lab Technician 4. 81 WILLIAM TURK Willie 81 VERONICA TURNER Ronni World Affairs 33 Megaphone Club 2: Cheer- leader 23 Big Show Cast 3. 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Euclidian Rep. 4g Friendship Club 2: Ushering 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2. 3. 43 Senior Assembly 4. 32. 81, 263 JUANITA TYJEWSKI . Niila World Affairs 4: Friendship Club 23 Ushering '7 81. 182 BEVERLY TYLER Bev G.A.A. 2. 81 EILEEN TYRRELL Ei Student Council Rep. 2: G.A.A. 23 Survey Rep. 2: Friendship Club 2. 81 GEORGE UNION Joe 81 RONALD UNKEFER Ron N.H.S. 43 Student Council 3: Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 81 PATRICIA URANKAR Pant 2: Megaphone Club N.H.S. 43 Student Council 2, 3: Cheerleader 2, 33 G.A.A. 2. 33 Honor Study Hall 23 Hall Guard 3. 81 . SANDRA URSINI Sandy 81 SAUNBRA UTTERBACK Sandy Friendship Club 2, 4. 81 MARGARET VAGASKY Marge I.Q.S. 3. 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 W rld . : P.A. Club 3. 43 Technician 3, 43 Survey Edi- torial Staff 33 Friendship Club 23 Pep Club 43 Euclidian Ad Staff 4. 82, 182. 187. 196, 199, 207 o Affairs 3 4 WILLIAM VALENTINO Val 82 BARBARA VALINCE Barb N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 World Affairs 3: Swim Club 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 23 Concert Band 2. 33 Friendship Club 2, 43 Euclidian Rep. 3. 82, 18 328 FRANK VAN TILBURG Frank Fall Play Cast 3, 4: Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4g Concert Band 2. 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 3. 82, 167 ANTHONY VARDIAN Tony Camera- Club 2: Orchestera 43 Fall Play Cast 3. 4: Big Show Cast 3. 4: Concert Band 3, 43 Marching Band 3, 43 Hall Guard 4. 83, 187. 204 ROBERT VERH Bob 83 DAVID VERSHALL Dave 83 MARGARET VICIC Margaret World Affairs 3: G.A.A. 2, 3. 83 RANDOLPH VIRANT Randy Movie Club 2: Honor Study Hall 33 Football 2: Hall Guard 4. 83 ANTHONY VITANZA Tony Big Show Cast 4: Wrestling 23 Baseball 2. 83 KATHLEEN VIVIANO Kathy F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 23 Movie Club 2. 3. 4: Secretary-Treasurer 43 Euclidian Rep. 43 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 2. 83, 205 N.H.S. 3, 43 I.Q.S. 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 43 Majorette Club 2: Girl's Glee Club 23 Master Singers 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Rep. 2, 33 Survey 2. 3, 4: Cub Reporter 23 Friendship Club 2, 33 Ushering 2, 3: G.L.C. 3, 4: Class Cabinet 2. 33 Senior Assembly 4. 83, 172, 187, 202, 212 RICHARD WALLACE Dick 83 DIANE WALZER Di G.A.A. 2, 33 Friendship Club 2. 83 LINDA WARNKE Linda N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3: Honor Study Hall 33 Class Cabinet 4g Pep Club 4: Euclidian Ad Staff 43 Spectrum 4. 22, 83. 187, 196,262 RONALD WATT What? Honor Study Hall 33 Baseball 2, 33 Hall Guard 3, 4. 83 HALLE WEBB Halle Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Baseball 2. 3, 43 Letterman 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 43 Hall Guard 2, 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 3. 83, 234, 254 LARRY WEEKS Larry N.F.L. 43 Movie Club 2, 3. 4: Track 2: Debate Team 4. 83. 205 JOSEPH WEIBLE Webes N.F.L. 4: Key Club 43 Fall Play Cast 4: Marching Band 2: Honor Study Hall 23 Cross Country 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 83, 218, 234 SHARON WELCH Sharon F.T.A. 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 4: Friendship Club 43 Honor Study Hall 3. 83, 187. 208 MARILYN WENGER Princess Euclidian Rep. 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Ushering 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 3g Pep Club 4. 83, 208 IQENNIS WHELAN Delmig IOR INDEX JOHN WHITEHEAD . JUIIH Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3. 45 Pit Band 2, 33 Honor Study Hall 2. 83 JAMES WHITTAKER lui' Swim Club 23 Key Club 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 2, 84. 188. 240 WAYNE WILLIAMS Willie 84 LINDA WILLIAMSON Limlu Movie Club 2, 3, 41G.A.A. 3, 4. 84, 205 RAYMOND WILSON Willie Aeronautics Club 2. 84 ELAINE WILTSHIRE Elaine World Affairs 33 Concert Band 2. 3, 43 Librar- ian 2, 3, 43 Secretary 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 43 G.A.A. 2. 84, 167, 184 CAROLE WINTERS Carole N,H.S. 43 Swim Club 3, 43 Fall Play Produc- tion Stalf 3. 43 Play Night Production Staff 43 Spring Play Production Staff 2. 3. 43 Eucuyo 43 Friendship Club 23 Thespians 43 Pep Club 43 Senior Scandal 43 G.A.A. 4. 62, 84, 183 SUSAN WITHER Sue Gir1's Glee Club 23 F.N.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 84 WALTER WOHLGEMUTH Wall Student Council 33 Euclidian Rep. 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Tennis 23 Bowling 2: Hall Guard 4. 84, 135 LESLEE WOLF Leslee 85 JON WOLFENBERG Jon Golf 2. 85 SANDRA WOLFF Sandi N.H.S. 43 F.T.A. 43 Fall Play Director 43 Play Night Cast 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Euclidian Rep. 33 Friendship Club 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 23 Thespians 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 43 Lin- guist Club 43 President 43 Euclidian Ad Stall 4: Sprectum 4. RICHARD WOODRUFF Woody N.H.S. 43 P.A. Club 3. 43 Technician 3, 43 Fall Play Production Staff 43 Football 2, 33 Basket- bal 2 3 70, sif 207 ' BRUCE YABROFF Bruce World Affairs 43 Camera Club 23 Key Club 43 Survey Business Staff 23 Honor Study Hall 2, 33 Football 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 4. BONITA YANCHAR Bminit' N.H.S. 43 FTA. 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 41 World Affairs 3, 43 Homecoming Committee 43 Majorette Club 2, 33 Bookstore Worker 2, 3, 43 Big Show Cast 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Business Stall' 3, 43 Assistant Advertising 43 Rep. 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Class Cabinet 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Prom Committee 3. 22, 48, 64, 85, 182, 187. 192, 193, 199. 210 JACQUELINE YANCHAR Jackie World Affairs 3, 43 Homecoming Committee 43 Majorette Club 2. 33 Bookstore Worker 3. 43 Big Show Cast 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Survey Business Staff 43 Assistant Business Manager 43 Assistant Program Manager 43 Friendship Club 23 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 23 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 33 Prom Committee 33 Euclidian Rep. 3. 22.64, 85. 182, 193, 210, 262 JOHN YANE Jack N.H.S. 3, 4: President 43 Student Council 2. 3, 43 Boy's Glee Club 2, 33 Key Club 3: Fall Play Cast 33 Big Show Cast 2, 43 Euclid Choir 23 Master Singers 3, 43 Survey Rep. 3. 43 Eucuyo 3, 43 Swimming 43 Spirit's Club 43 Senior As- sembly 43 Panther of the Week 43 Joe Berg Science Seminar 3, 43 Prom Committee 3, 4. 85, 158, 173. 178, 189, 202. 203 STAN YERAY Stun Football 23 Bowling 2. 85 DIANE YERT Dee G.A.A. 33 Friendship Club 2. 85 ROBERT YOUNG Tom N.H.S. 43 N.A.S.S. 3. 43 World Affairs 4g Eu- clidian Business Staff 43 Ads Captain 4: Key Club 3, 43 Honor Study Hall 3, 43 Football 3. 43 Letterman 3. 43 Swimming 2. 43 Letterman's Club 3. 43 Hall Guard 3, 43 Spectrum 43 Senior Scandal 4. 63. 85, 182. 188, 197, 240, 242, 254 GERRY YUHAS Spider 86 DAVID YURKOVICH Dave Movie Club 43 Bowling 2. 86 MICHAEL YUROSKO Mike Student Council 23 Survey Rep. 23 Honor Study Hall 3: Monitor 33 Baseball 23 Golf 43 Class Cabinet 4. 86 RALPH ZAKRAYSEK Uncle Ralph Baseball 2, 33 Swimming 3. 4. 86. 240 MARY ZAvooNik M,,,,. Friendship Club 3. 86 fall World Allairs 3, 43 F.N.A. 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Ushering 23 Honor Study Hall 33 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 2. 86, 182, 184, 208 ANN ZERAVICA Ami N.H.S. 43 Student Council 3, 43 Euclidian Busi- ness StafIx43 Treasurer 4.3 G.A.A. 33 Friendship Club 23 F.B.L.A. 43 Secretary 4. 86, 178. 196, 197, 199 CAROLE ZGONIC Kmy 'Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. i 86 CAROLYNE ZGONC Caryl Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year3 F.B.L.A. 86 MARGARET ZIELDSKI Marge Student Council 33 Honor Study Hall 33 Trans- ferred to Euclid in Junior Year. ROBERT ZIMMER Bob DAVID ZIMMERMAN Dave N.H.S. 43 Student Council 3: Swim Club 2, 43 TFCHSLQTU 41 Key Club 43 Survey Business Staff 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Letterman 43 Letterman's Club 4: Hall Guard 3, 4. 86. 157,183.l93,2-10, 242 JAMES ZIMMERMAN Jim Egseball 2, 3, 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. PAULA ZIMMERMAN Paula Fall Play Production Stall 23 Play Night Pro- duction Stafl 33 Spring Play Production Staff 33 G.A.A. 4: Friendship Club 3. 43 Pep Club 43 Hall Guard 4. 86, 208 BEVERLY ZUPANCIC Bev Friendship Club 3, 4. 86 FRED ZUPANCIC Fred Honor Study Hall 3. 86 JAMES ZUPANCIC lim Hall Guard 4. 86 RUDOLPH ZUPANCIC Rudy Camera Club 2. 86 KENNETH ZUST Ken Swim Club 2: Euclidian Business Staff 4: Key Club 43 Euclidian Rep. 4: Cross Country 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 4: Letterman 3. 43 Captain 43 Letterman's Club 3, 4: Spirit's Club 43 Hall Guard 4. 86, 188, 189. 196, 240. 242. 265 85, 182, 188, 224, 254 Adkins, Joyce 93. 174, 208 Ahey, Rhoda 93, 174, 186, 208 Alexander, Ronald 93 Aljancic, Diane 93, 135, 174 Aljancic. James 93 Allar, Connie 90, 93, 186, 208 Allbery, Parsa 93, 208 Allchin, Marie 93 Alloway, Robert 93, 188. 193. 198, 199,205,240 Altenweg, Henry 93, 218, 234 Altknecht, James 93 Amato, Charles 93 Amato, Leona 93 Amato, William 93 Anderson, Jr., Allan 93 Anderson, Ned 93, 178, 211 Andrews, Lynn 93, 174 Archbold, Richard 93 Armstrong, David 93 Amold, Cathleen 93, 170, 174, 186, 187, 190, 199 Attamante, William 93, 224 Auten, Joan 93 Avery, Karen 93, 208 Bacnik. Gary 93 Bacnik. Larry 93 Baht, Karen 93 Bailey, Nancy 93, 174, 186, 193 194, 199, 212 Bajec. Edward 93 Ball, Ronnie 104 Balogh, Carol 93 Balsley, Kate 93, 174, 182, 186, 198, 209 Banning. Tom Bates, Jillene 93, 208 Bathory. Michael 92, 245, 246 Bauer, Paula 178. 186, 190, 199 Baum, Janice 92, 205 Bayer, Charles 92, 218, 253 Beck, Judith 106 Beckwith, Thomas 92 Beeke. Norman 92, 177, 188 Beers, Wayne 94, 211 Beljan, Richard 92, 240 Belpulsi, Concetta 92 Bending, William 92 Benlein, Janice 92 Bernard, Michael 92 Berry, Susan 90, 92, 186, 188 Berthold, Helga 92. 186. 193 Bertosa, James 92 Besednik, Barbara 104, 208 Betts. Robert 92 Beyer, Alfred 92. 253 Beyerle, Jane 92, 208 Bielfelt. George 92 Billings, Dennis 218 Bittence, John 166, 167 Bizzarri, Margaret 10, 92. 174 Bizzarri, Robert 94 Blasengame, Barbara 92 Blasengame, Kenneth 94 Bocskey, Joanne 92 Bodnar, Connie 92 Boehlke, Diana 92, 186. 212, 233. 263 Boehmer, Bruce 94 Boettner, Barbara 92 Boettner, William Bogatay, Bonita 92, 173, 186, 193, 230. 256 Boros. Marquita 92 Botz, Victoria 92. 208 Bowman, Bonnie 94 Boyd. Glen 107 Boyle, Joseph 94. 182 Brazee. James 108 Breeden, Bill 94 Breitsch, Marilyn 94, 208 Brigden. Richard 94. 100, 178 Brinovec, Geraldine 94 Brinza. Dennis 94 Bruch. Patricia 94 Bubonics, Kenneth 94 Budan. Margaret 94, 208 Budic. Donna 96 Bulicek. Earle 94 Burk. Linda 90, 94, 174, 178 Burke. George 94 Busticky. R. 108 Butler. Claudia 97, 174 Cabala. David 101 Camino. Diane 94. 201, 208 Campbell. Nancy 208 Carpenter. Robert Castro Vinci, William 94, 188 Cavell. Sharon 94 Cesa. James 94. 205, 253 Chaunce, Richard 94, 188, 218 Chiarello, Maxine Chicone, Robert 96 Chinnici, Carole 94 Kukorelli. Tom 97 Chiofolo. Jeanette 94, 208 Cholewicki. Kathleen 94 Church, Mardy 94, 174, 193. 199, 230, 256. 263 Cicco, Philip 108 Clark, Sharron 94 Clemence, V. 104 Cline, Carol 103. 174 Clotts. Lorraine 94. 178. 185. 186, 208 Colan. Judy 98 Collins, Carol, 94 Collins, Francis 94 Colonna, Wayne 94 Colt, Rita 94 Cook, Julie 94, 201, 208 Cooper, William 94. 167, 204 Copperstein, Robert 94 Corea. Patricia 94 Corrigan, Beverly 94, 208 Corrigan, Patricia 94, 186, 206 Couch, Charla 94 Coup, Charles Coy. Dennis 94, 234 Crahen, James Crane. Susan 94, 184, 208 Crawford, Loman 94 Crobaugh. Lynn 90, 94. 183 Cummings. Helen 64. 94 Cwik. Kathleen 95. 178, 186, 208 Cwiok, Paul D'Anna, Kathleen 101, 208 D'Onofrio. Don Dackor, Gary 94, 224, 254 Dadlow. Sandra 95, 172, 208 Dague, William 94, 188 Dailey, Kathleen 95 Dardis, Danna 101 Daugherty, Linda 106 David, Howard 89, 95, 188, 205, 254 Davidson, Paul 95, 207 De Marco, Oliver 54, 95, 173, 224, 254 De More, Charles 96 De More, Rosemary 102 De Motte. Marium 90, 95, 173 De Rosa, John 95 Dean, Jo Ann 95, 208 Dengel. Helen 95 Dey, Lynette 95 Di Vito. Richard 95 Dieckmann. Ralph 95, 167, 224 Diulus. Frank 95, 224 Dodds. Marilyn 95 Dolinar, Douglas Doljack. Frank 95 Doller, Paul 95 Domitor, Mary Kay 95. 208 Donaldson. James 92 Dorn, Marilyn 95 Drcar, Robert 95 Dunker, Ralph 95, 179, 242 Dunn. Ruth 95, 182, 185, 186 Ebert, Ward 96. 190, 211 Edge, Samuel 96, 205 Edwards, Don 96 Eeckhout. Jean 104, 218 Eggleston. Judith 95, 174, 186, 208 Ehinger. Charles 91, 96, 224, 245. 254 Elbe, Carol 95 Ellis, Barbara 95, 135, 201.206, 207 Englebrecht, John 107 Estvander, Michael 96 Falcone, Marjorie 103 Fee, Kenneth 96 Feith. Jeanne 14, 96, 178, 186. 263, 265. 267 Feldman, Suzanne 96, 184 Felmley, Donna 96, 174, 208 Felz, Rudolph 96. 167 Fenster, Marc 96, 211 Fe516a6nte, Melvyn 90, 96, 201, Fetter, Karen 96, 97, 183, 184 Fifolt, Bernice 96 Fifolt, Janice 96 Fike, Michael 96 Filipovic, Mike 104 Fink, Bill 98 Finley. Linda Fioritto, Robert 96. 253 Fischietto, Paula Mae 96, 184 Fitzgerald, Jim 35, 103 Fitzmaurice. William 96 Fitzsimons, Martin 105 Fleck. Fred 96, 173 Fleshin, Jeanette 96, 174, 208 Flood, Sharon 104, 109, 186, 207, 208 Flowers, James 96 Forster, James 100 Fowler. Larry 96 Fox, Jacqueline 106 Fox, Richard 92 Foy. Linda 103, 172, 184, 205 Frazier, James 96 Frech, Linda 96, 184. 208 Freed, Penny 96, 105, 174, 178, 231. 256. 260 French. Norma 96 Fried, Charlotte 96 Fromer, Elizabeth 103, 182 Froom. James 96 Frye, Carl 96 Fuchs, William 96, 224, 253, 254 Furniss. Nancy 90. 96. 173, 185, 186 Furth. Gregg 96, 204. 205 Gallo, Judith 97 Girzgiulo. Rosemarie 167, 170, Garland. Darlene 98 Garten, David 96 Gasper, Robert 96, 188, 218, 253, 254 Gathercole, Janice Gauch. William 97, 173. 183 Gaylon, Marcia 96, 173 Genzen, Gary 97, 167, 173 George, Robert 94 Gerl, Wayne 97 Geyer, Sylvia 96 Giesse, Karen 103 Gillespie, Donald 17, 97, 234, 254 Gilmore, Gloria Girod. Lenny 99 Glaser, Ronald 97, 167 Glatz. Donna 97 Globokar. Jo Ann 97, 208 Goga, Gary Goodyear, Sherilyn 97, 208 Gordon, Sandra 4, 97, 183, 186, 208 Gornick, Jo Gortz, Kenneth 97, 105, 178, 224.,254, 264 Goss, Virginia 97, 174, 208 Grajzar, Leo 97, 205 Grano, Donna 103, 208 Grant, William 97, 234 Granville, Gerald 97 Green. Marjorie 97, 208 Greenway, Kathy 97, 208 Greitzer, Martin 97 Gribbons, Linda 97, 102, 172, 208, 233 Grinstead, James 88, 98, 224 Gron, Frank 103, 224,254 Gronert, Alan 97, 157 Groonis, Paula 97 Gross, Gerald 99 Gulbenkian, David 98, 211 Gunton, Lee 98 Gyongyos, David Hager. Gary 60, 100, 224, 254 Halderman, Ruth Hall, Glen 98 Haller, Ronald 86, 218, 253 Hamilton, Nancy 4. 97, 208 Hamilton, Thomas 98 Haney. Sandra 98 Hagagr. Barbara 98, 186, 232, 98, 182. 253 89, 97, 208 Harris, Karen 98 Harris, Patricia 4, 61, 98, 204 Harrison, Caroline 98 Harrison. John 98 Hart, John 98 Hasher. Richard 98, 166, 167, 188, 207 Hasko, John 103 Hasselbach, Gary 98 Hatch, Frank 108, 188 Haubert. Ralph Hava. Bernice 98, 186. 201, 208 Haworth, Robert 98 Hayes, Charles 98, 188 Heasley, Sue 98, 102. 178 Heintz, Susan 91, 98. 233 Hellman, Faye 98 Helmick, Barbara 98 Henikman, William 98 Herbst, William 98 Hiller, Doris 98. 185. 186 Hodder, Robert 98 Hodge, Joseph 98 Hoinski. Thomas Hola, Kenneth 98 Horn. Carol 107 Horrocks. Richard 98 Horvath. Joseph House, David 89, 98, 188 Hovan, James 98, 253 Hoykar, Janet 98, 208 Hudec. Bruce 98 Hudson, Thomas Hughes, Richard 98, 183, 242 Hurlburt, Russell 98. 176, 190, 199 Huston. John 98 Hutchisson. Karen 89, 98, 184, 186. 208 Ia Figliola, Pat 99 Ivec, Ronald Jamnik. Anthony 98 Janis. Donna 98 Jarc, Edward 94 Jarvis, Thomas 92. 99 Johnson, Constance 98 Johnson, Phyllis 98, 178, 186 Johnson, Philip 107 Jones, Robert 99, 167 Jones. Sharon 98. 174. 186, 208 Jonke, Christine 98, 208 Kadunc, Donald 99 Kaib, William 99, 173 Kalan. George 92, 99 Kalnasy, Frank 109 Kanner, Donald 99. 205 Kapke, Mike 102 Kasunic, Judith 98 Kaye, Dennis 99, 176, 257 Keidel. Carol 98 Kelly, Marjorie 98 Kelly, Terrence 99 Kenyon, Elizabeth 98, 135 Keszenheimer, Mike 96 Kevern, Terry 104 Kidd, Jerry 96 Kimberly, Kathryn 98, 186, 193 Kimen, Elizabeth 98. 176, 170 King. Sandra Kirk, Florence 98 Kirk, Susan Klann, Richard 99 Klann. Robert 99, 188, 218, 253. 254 Kleinhenz. Dennis 99 Klemenc, Frank 224 Klich. Warner 99 Kne, Donald 99, 204 Kochevar. Fred 104 Koci, Linda 90. 208 Kogan, Lawrence 100. 254 Kokal, Beverly Kop-lpenhaver, Joan 103, 135, 1 4 Koren, Marie 94. 208 Korosec. Gary 100 Kos, Craig 100, 242 Kosanovich, Constance Koskinen. Rickey 100 Koskovics. Rosemary 99 Kostansek, Paul 100 Kozar, Elaine 99. 186, 208 Kozleucar, Gerald 252 Krampel, Anthony 100 Kranich. Bill 103 Kranyak. Charmaine 106 Krauss. Helen 99, 173, 187, 198 Krecic, Gail 99, 151, 208 Krielow, Gail 99 Kristoff, Carol 99 Krivok. Kenneth 218, 234 Krieg, Constance 99, 178, 186, 90, 99 Krogmann, Irene 99 Kriigger, Pamela 99, 172, 200, 6 Kulwin, Marilyn 99, 208 Kurtis, John 100, 234 Kytle, Laurene 99, 173 Laddis, Barbara 99 Lakatosh, Joseph 100, 204, 253 Lamb, Charles 218. 253 Land, Cheryl 103 Lanese, Carol Ann 99, 167, 186, 188 Lang, Patricia 103 Langa, George 100 Lange, Robert 100 Langlois. Gary Lardomita. Charles 101 Larkin. Constance 100 Lasnik, Maidee 100, 198, 208 Latch. Nicholas Leber, Blair 100 Lefkowitz, Robert 103 Lehman, Richard 100 Leigh, Terry 100 Leisenheimer, Richard 100, 205 Leister, Patricia 100, 170 Leland, Robert 100 Lentz. Bonnie 100 Lerz, Gina 100 Lewis, Susan 100 Lilley, Robert 100, 224 Linsz, William 100 Lipnicki, Stephen 100 Lohrey, Beverly 100, 190 Lohrke, Gerald 100 Lokar, Charles 100, 245 Lonchar. Jean 100, 174, 208 Long, Larry 106 Long, Ron 100 Lorence, Flora 100, 182, 208 Lowry. Patricia 190, 212 Luckay. Barbara 100, 208 Ludek. Peggy 100, 183 Lustrik. Ken 93 Lutsch, Cheryl 90, 103 Mac Askill. Donna Machurey. Patricia Mack, Kathleen 104 Macks, Geraldine 100, 173, 182 Magargil, Doris 100. 184 Maher, Bonnie 100 Mallula, William 100 Malokas, John 100, 167 Maloney. Tim Malzahn. Nancy 100 Mandel. Joanne 100 Manfredonia, Marlene 100 Mangano, Carol 103 Mangino. Mary 96 Mansperger, David 10, 100, 167 178, 181 Mansuy, Daniel 100, 242 100, 174 103, 208 Mantel. James 103 Marilow. M. 100 Markouc, John 101 Marks, Carol Maroff, Dorothy 167. 170 Martin. Charles ' 101 Martin, Joan 100, 210 Martin, Richard Marz, Marilou Mason. Douglas 101, 173.224, 254, 264 Mason. Patricia 100, 178. 208 Mateyka, Laura 100, 167. 184 Matic, Diane 100 Maurer. Nancy 103 Mazza, Marlene 101 Mc Broom, Colleen 14, 90, 101 173, 207, 231 Mc Gill, Thomas 100. 224, 253, 254, 264 Mc Keon, John 96 Mc Mahon. William Mc Namara. Susan 101 Mc Peek, William 103 Mc Tighe, Robert Mc Vetta, Jr., Fred 106 Mc Cormick, Kathie 101, 186, 193, 208 Meares, Kenneth 101 Meden. Carmen 101 Medlen. Mike 101 Mehls, Kenneth 101 Mester. Daniel 101 Miese, Diana 104 Mihalic, Kathryn 101 Mihalic, Mary 102 Mika, Patricia 93, 208 Mikus, Patrick 99 Milazzotto, Lucille 97, 101, 183 Miller 206 , Bonnie 90, 104, 186, 262 Miller: Caiiherine 93 Miller, Dennis 101 Miller, Gertrude Miller, Jeanne 101, 186,208 Miller, Pamela 101 Miller, Robert 101. 154 Milner. Marilyn Milone. Mary 101 Misch, David 101 Mog. Kathleen 103, 167, 182 Molinaro, John Montagner, Marilyn 102, 208 Morell, Donald 102 Morgan, William 102, 173 Morris, Karen Morse, Lawrence 102, 224 Morton, D. 102 Moser, Joan 102, 208 Moster, Robert 102 Mullins, Constance 10. 98, 260. 261 Murphy, Gloria Murray, William 102, 157 Mushinko, Barbara 102, 186. 187. 188, 190 Musteikis, Laima 102, 152 Mutchler, William 102 Myers. Daniel 92. 167 Myers. Merlin 102, 174 Mylar, Diane 102, 174,208 Nainiger, Eugene 102 Naujoks, Paul 97 Needs. Walter 102 Neff, Beverly 102. 233 Nettis, Donald 102 Neustedt. Kenneth 102 Newcomb. William 102 Newman, Arthur 102, 167, 170. 253 Novak, Carol 102, 183, 208 Nowacek. Robert 173. 224. 254 Nutter, Joseph O'Coin. Wayne 104 O'Hara, Tim 109 O'Korn, Judith 102. 186, 188. 190 Oberstar, Philip 93 Occhionero, Anthony 106 Oesterle, George 108 Oker, Jeffrey 94 Opalich, Patricia 102 Opdahl, Bruce 104 Orazen, Kenneth 104 Orlando, Carlo 224 Ostkar, Thomas 104 Ostrowski, Gary 104 Otto, Richard 104 Overberger, Donald 104 Palfy, John Palm, Edward 104. 173 Palmer, Roy 104, 173. 218, 245, 249 Panesky, Mary Papesh. Dennis 104 Papp. Beverly 104 Paratore, Carol 104 Parsons. Charles 104 Parsons, Frank 104 Parziale. Patrick 104 Paskey. Dennis 108 Pasquale. Cheryl 91, 173, 178 Paul, Daniel 104 Paulic, Frank Paulovcin, Arthur 104 Paulsen, Sharon 104. 183, 208 Pavlik, Barbara 104 Payerchin, John Peacock. Sharon 92, 167, 186. 208 Peck, William 104 Pejack, Jeanette 104, 184, 208 Pejeau, Richard 104, 179, 188, 190, 193, 199, 224, 225, 245 Pekar, Ken 104, 173 Pelyak, Ann 104, 208 Penny, Kathleen 106 Perkins, Dennis 103 Perlioni, Thomas 165, 245 Perme. Marcia 90, 104, 186. 208 Perry, Robert 105 Petersen, James 15, 105, 183 Peterson, Randall 105 Peterson, Shirley 104 Petkovsek, Evelyn 232 Petrich. Edward 105 Petro, Dennis 105 Pettek, Wayne 105, 218, 253 Piper, Lawrence 167 Piscopo, Vincent Piskur. Joanne Pishkur, Shirley 96, 104 Pistillo, Michael 105 Pitt, Carol 104 Plaggemier, Betty 4, 167, 170, 198, 208 Plesea, Maryann 104, 174, 208 Pointer, Gail 104 Polsinelli, Anthony 105, 188. 190 Ponce, Bonnie 104, 173 Potichny, Gayle 104, 182 Potts, Diane 104 Powalie, Marjorie 104, 208 Powers. Donald Prendergast, Mary 104, 182, 183 Price, Martha 104, 170 Primo, David 106, 188 Prostor, Eric 188, 224, 254, 264 Puhger, James 109 Pulver, June 104, 190, 205 Pureber, Susanne 94. 208 Raasch. Norman 106 Race. Evangeline 105 Radatz, Frederick Radcliffe. Jack Radencic, Donna 105 Rast. Margaret 105, 208 Reed. Jo Ann 100 Reider, Carol 105, 183, 208 Reider, Harold 106 Reinke. Lenny 106, 242 Reya, Terry 106 Reynolds. Susan 109, 178, 190, 191, 198 Reynolds. William 106, 224 Richardson, Linda 105 Riehley, Cheryl 167 Richmond, Nancy 105 Riebe. Lorette 208 Rinas, William 106, 218, 253 Rini. Richard 106 Ritchie, Donald 105, 204, 205 Ritz, Samuel 106 Robasz, Sharon 105, 182, 184, 208 Robbins, Fred 96 Robbins, Sharon 105, 208 Roberts. Diane 90, 105, 173 Robinson, Linda Rock, Kathleen 105, 174, 186. 208 Romano, Joanne 105, 187, 190. 198 Rose. Henry 93, 173 Ross, Barry 167, 168, 170 Ross, Joseph 103 Ross, Rita 106 Roszak, Edward 106 Roth, John 106 Roth, Karl 93 Rudolph, Bonita 103 Ryan. Calvin 106 Ryan, Paul 242 Sabula, Barbara 106, 174, 183 208 Samsa. Beverlee 106 Samuel. R. Sanders, Lorelei 106, 208 Sanderson, David 106 Sandy, Gary 103 Sandy. John 106 Saunway, Susan 106, 208 Sawyer, Pamela 106 Schael, John 14, 91, 106, 224, 234, 237. 254 Schaffer, James 106, 207 Scheer. Marilyn 90, 106 Schelgunov, Alexandra 109 Scheurman. Keith 97, 183 Schiemann, Kenneth Schmaeman. Bruce 106 Schmidt, David 106 Schneider, Judith 106. 186, 208 Schroeter, Carl 106, 204 Schultz, Donald 106, 108 Schulz. Dennis Schulz, Dianne 182 Schulz, Laura 106 Schulze, Barbara 103 Schwartz, Eugene 93 Scott, Linda 106 Scott, Marilyn 106 Scott, Miriam 106 Scott, Richard 93 Scribner, Merrilou Seaman, Ben 95 Sedey, Brian 93 y Sedmak, Shirley Seifert, Sheri 106 Selcman. Michael 93 Self. Joseph 103 Senart, Joseph 93 Shaughnessy, Sheila 174,201 Shearer, Ted 93 Sheppard, Judith Sheppard, Robert 93, 162, 188 218. 253, 254 Sheridan, Judith 106, 174 Sherman. Richard 93, 178 Shoaff, David Siciliano, Terrence 89, 93, 172 Simcic, John 211 Singer, Larry 262 Sipes, Linda 103, 208 Skebe, Theodore 93 Skerly, Elaine 106, 173, 186, V 188.193, 207 Skomski, Laura 178, 186, 190, 208 Skrout, Roselma 106 Slaby. Janet 106 Slitor, Patricia 106, 208 Smekel, Sandra 13, 103, 106, 208 Smith, Dennis 224 Smith, Donna 93 Smith. Glenn 93 Smith. Leland 107, 167, 218. 250. 251 Smith, James 93, 218,253 Snyder. Diane 93, 167, 208 Snyder, Thomas 107 Sobe, Donald Soeder, Mary 93, 173, 208 Sopata, Phyllis 93 Span, William 107 Speel. Richard 86, 107. 218. 253, 254 Spencer. John 107. 218. 253 Spencer. Thomas 81, 107, 173 Spikula, Carol 93, 174 Spivack. Henry 107. 157, 188, 253, 257 Spolar. Sandra 93, 208 Stafford, Bill Stanwick. Gerald 107 Stapleton. Marsha 90, 93, 208 Stapp, Stephen 107 Starman, Jerry 107, 224 Stefancic, Ronald 103 Stefe, Bernice 93 Stegh, Leslie 103 Stevens, Susan 93, 170 Stidworthy, Frances 93, 176 Stillinger. Virginia 93, 184, 207 Stiscak, Dorothy 93 Stclmberg, Kathryn 93, 186, 212 -13 Stoner, Ronald 108 Strang. Patricia 93, 208, 209 Stratton. Lawrence 108 Strnad, Diane 103 Strnad, Fran Stroh. Bonnie 107. 186. 208 Struna. Edward 108 Struna, Josephine 107, 207 Sturm, Jr.. Joseph 108 Sumph, George 108 Susman, June 107, 208 Susnis, Dennis 108 Svenwol, Rickie 107 Sweeder, Douglas 167 Szaraz, Richard 108 Takacs. Frank 108 Tamburrino, Anthony 108 Taylor, Marjorie 107, 208 Taylor, Robert Tekalec, Rita 107 Tekancic, Barbara 107, 172 Tekancic, Terri 27, 90, 107 Tennent, Joan 107, 172 Teras, Peggy 107, 209 Theis. Harold 95, 108. 179, 181. 218, 245 Thomas, Corrine 107, 174 Thompson, Janet 4. 107. 208 Tilly. Karen 107 Tomaro, Charles 108 Tomko, Karen 90, 103, 178, 179, 186, 199. 212, 213 Tolrnsich, Nada 108. 186, 208. -10 Torok, Nancy 108 Travis, Kenneth 108 or-we Travnik. Maryann 108, 174, 186.210 Trentel,Gera1dine 108 Trinite, Michael 88, 92, 173, 224, 245, 246 Trivisonno, Nick 96 Troha. Mike 108 Trouten, Bill 103,218 Tucceri, Irene 108 Tucci, Alan 81, 154, 167, 183, 242 Tucker. Barbara 184 Tucker. Marilyn 108. 186. 208 Tumbry, Steve 108, 183 Turk. Lawrence 211 Twitchell, Jeanne Ullom, Deborah 108 Urlvanick, Doris 108, 174, 186, -08 Urbas. Judith 108, 174, 190, 208 Usalis, John 108, 188 Van Tilburg, Tom 96 Varhola. Kenneth 108 Vella, Robert 108 Vencl. Dennis 108 Vesey, Richard 103 Vicic, William 108, 173, 178, 183, 188 Vidmar. Randall 108, 173, 188. 218, 254 Vigh, Daniel 108 Virnelson, Craig 103 Vormelker, Joan 108, 174, 208 Vucetic. Henry 108 Wade. Ralph 108, 242 Wagner. Dolores 108 Walgignan, Jo Ann 27, 88. 108, Walk. Ralph 108 Walters. John 103 Wanchik, Rosemary 90, 108. Wasenda. Jim 105 Wehrle. Mary 103. 174, 186 Wendorff, Carl 109. 211 Whalen. Larry 109 Wheeler, Bonnie 108, 208 Wheeler, Diane 51, 108, 186, 189. 190 Whelan, Kenneth 109 White, Susan 108. 208 Whiting. James 98 Wickizer, Richard Wieland. Gary 109 Wilber. Kathleen 167. 186 Wiley. John 109 Wilk, Marilyn 108, 208 Willcocks, Shirley 108, 174, 186. 208 Williams. Anthony Wilson, Douglas 103 Wilson. Sharon 108 Winoleman, Harold Winkler. Janice 108, 185, 208 Winkler. Linda 90, 108, 208 Winter. David 109 Winters. Beatrice 108. 174 Wiskes. Sandra 170. 208 Woda. Cheryl 108, 208 Wohlgemuth, Diane 103 Wohlgemuth. Kenneth 109, 234 Wright, Claudia 103 Wroniak, Diane 109. 170 Yager. Mary 109, 174. 184, 185 Yingling. Eleanor 103 Young. Cherilyn 109. 178, 190 Young. Lawrance Young. William 103 Yurkonis. Robert 103 Yurosko. Robert 109 Yurosko, Thomas 109 Zaman. Patricia 109 Zarzeczny. John Zatko, Sandra 109 Zebrowski. Paul 109 Zeidcr. Judy 109 Zevnik. John 109. 188, 218.253 Zimmerman. Joanne 99 Zimmerman, Nancy 109 Zinner. Brian 103 Znidarsic. Karen 90, 109, 208 Znidarsic. Sharon 109 Zoul. Tom Zuchelli, Francine 109 Zust. Kathryn 109, 174, 188, 193, 207 Zuzek. Rosemary 103, 167, 186 Trying to say thank you to the Euclidian staffs, to our two sponsors, and to the many people who showed an earnest and active interest in our yearbook seems an impossible task. Perhaps this is because the amount of work, time, and sacrifice required for an excellent yearbook is beyond realization. Though producing a yearbook provides an opportunity for creativity and an expres- sion of artistic talent, it is also the designing of layouts when it seems mathe- matically impossible to draw a new and different arrangement of pictures. It is the constant checking and re-checking of every photograph, every word, and every name. It is the re-taking of many homeroom pictures and the writing of an unimaginable amount of words on a club you know nothing about. It is identifying seven hundred other photographs. It is searching for one more faculty candid and naming each small face in the Friendship Club pic- ture. And it is indexing the entire book. It is probably safe to say that for each person who is now an owner of a 1961 Euclidian, five hours of work have been exerted by a member of one of the Euclidfan staffs, and with these hours, sleep, homework, tempers, and home-cooked dinners were sacrificed. I can only hope that seeing this book finally completed is a sufficient reward to a most wonderful staff. The Business Staff this year put forth a great effort to sell more ads and raise more money than ever before, These people are an important and vital unit of a yearbook staff and without them, this book could never have been a reality. To each one of them. to their Business Manager, Sharon Stahler, and to their hard working sponsor. Mr. Clayton D. George, a sincere thank you is more than called for. To Morrie Levine, Bill Rainin, and Joe Gongos of Raimor Studios. it is questionable whether they demand thanks or sympathy. Our problems, our pressure. and our ice cream cones made us a memorable group at Raimor's. For their reprimands, their scoldings, and most of all their co-operation, we are thankful. Our gratefulness must also be expressed to Dr. Lester E. Angene. to Mr. Clifford G. Owens. and to the entire administration for their interest and will- ingness to assist in the production of the 1961 Euclidian. The maintenance staff, too, certainly deserves our appreciation. Managing to keep our office clean without moving all the paraphernalia was a veritable feat. and one which merits recognition. In my list of thanks, I find it most difficult to convey the gratitude, respect, and indebtedness we feel for our sponsor, Mr. James F. McCampbell. His ability to keep us working and to keep his sanity has been the backbone of this book. We must also express our thanks to Mrs. McCampbell for putting up with our wild meetings, and for offering to feed us. She is a most courage- ous woman. The end of this letter marks for me the end of a most rewarding year. I sincerely hope that each one of you who now holds a copy of the 1961 Euclidian feels the intense pride in it that each member of the staff and I feel. In this book we have tried to capture the significant moments of this year. If, in looking through the Euclidian, you recall one experience. one happening of this school year, we will have the satisfaction of knowing our job has been fulfilled. And it is our wish that your first look through the pages of this Euclidian will also be one of the memorable moments of 1961. Sincerely, Editor-in-Chief 332 fs,-Y 1 EDITORIAL STAFF Gloria Nosan Editor-in-Chief Penny Tinker Assistant Karen Halbedel Picture Editor Curt Freed Assistant Joe Romano Assistant Nancy Creveling Literary -Editor Jill Ginsburg Assistant Trevor Guy Assistant Sue Klotzbach Assistant Sue Mueller Mounting Editor Art Hach Assistant Judie Krieger Senior Editor Joan Evans Underclass Editor Art Editor Social Editor Staff Editor Dennis Sarich Heather Millar Kathi Schuette BUSINESS STAFF Sharon Stahler Business Manager Bonnie Adams Assistant Marcia McPherson Circulation Manager Assistant Senior Circulation Junior Circulation Sophomore Circulation Jean Dragolic Linnea Berntson Ioan Harper Beverly Lindquist Joan Lube Advertising Co-Manager Dick Sarver Advertising Co-Manager Tom Young Sales Manager Kathy Schmidt Concessions Manager Ann Zeravica Treasurer Al Hribar Funds Manager Gaynell Mathson Cashier This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of litl graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. 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