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N K . K ,Msaq ,I S '- 1 , , . i s M V X , X Q. 1 1 , ' b ,,... . -. A Q W , , X ww A Q X 10 of? '24 'Erin .wg-2 , .lf al L ' "',?"s. I s.. I 'mann vuauc mms 3 - guys' X44 f. ,ip if '?7 tus 25 '75 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ..... 4 SENIDRS .... . 28 SPORTS ...... . 96 ACADEIVIICS. . . .134 ACTIVITIES. . . . .166 JUNIDRS ..... .212 SDPHDIVIDRES .... 218 INDEX . . . . 232 ADS . . . 248 WN 2 Satisfaction is a relative feeling weighed against the discontent ot the individual. The student translates the search for it into the school-bound terms ot his experience. Discon- tent breeds actiong from a negative value comes positive progress. 5 . Z V li rg if Rf 'v -1- -i - .X Q Education is an idealistic quest, but the steps toward the poetic state ot intellectual grace are formed by mundane algebra assign- ments and multi-colored history maps. The student himself must provide the ultimate stimulus, a dissatisfaction with his present state. The attitude is readily provided, stu- dents learn ot truth, beauty, and the way to earn a living. 6 .,.: ,N N: ., -s.:.....:.Qs vs , .qx :Xxx w ,O xt XX Oyxixxx X N X XX We X N x A qv S, QM be N f k Q 'N - s D 1 i.- 1 ii 1 X-K, Q-liz., -. NNQQL 7 ntfn' "'1n,,x IK3 axhmf af NWN , .3 5 l . X Sx ., Q-3' .N , sz v Is tr . l . I 1 :Ei f ,. Ni.. """i'-Q 1-...sm Students exhibit a variety of abilities and attitudes. There are slow learners, geniuses, and the celebrated average students. There are under-achievers, discour- aged plodders, and those students whose drive amazes classmates and teachers. Gne school accommodates them all, giving dimension to the courses which will com- plement the ambitions and abilities ot each. 8 g.. '79 . 5 w ' X 'ii . I , , M i x' ' ni? S .-.-ri i T-I. fi! V m ,, A px ,,,,.,,,,....,s ,':aanuvuIKm!'v4.-annum. Q. ii""" l Y' ,kit s wx, v-K - 'Aug XFCEEQZ: 7. +.,Qs A - ss' Qc:-2 rv-ex k up 1, :cusp The student is not olone in his desire for occomplishment. Working in on ot- mosphere ot disciplined creotivity, the teocher must inspire, control, ond direct the curiosity ot his students. He meo- sures his success by the proticiency with which his students perform, 3 - +-Q s 3:.+ EEE- x X Q -.Q 1 Yi' gggxullll' ,W--5 sd ci. - i Q"h. -1 -. ,4 , .-.YV ,, .3 4, - f ,rf U He must be the eternally vigilant hall monitor, the eagle-eyed cate- teria guard, or the den mother of a group ot titty sleeping study hall stu- dents. Or working informally as a club advisor, the teacher can stimu- late a student in the extended pur- suit ot his particular interest. X Students study, contemplate, and ponder-or appear to. Academic pur- suits must stop, however, to recognize the basic animal needs which thoughts alone do not satisfy. Candy and apple vending machines operate on small change and the tact that intellectual hungers must constantly be supple- mented with the real, gooey, crunchy, stomach-filling thing. Hll 'S' 1. ...xx 'W 1 N ' -... . w,. E If I A 5 " " ' sf' ,1 f 51. ri 1 ...Q-:gf Tl, 4 11,47 15- 1' LY ni . 17, Q Ha 1:- fl ,IQ ,V . A JF F f H52 .yi :- .ffl 45. vp' L. 'f 1 2,3 .I4 ff ' a ,r 1 I , .,,.....--"F .x -N W, AQ X ' X ,Q C, .. 1 ,Q YQ ,. .X X X PW P S 'Ulu 5 r'-'--- - n.'mf'ea M Vw- , WMF I . l is -s az., 866 21513 3211111 Girls dance. Boys folk. Couples liste record player blores. "I Ccm't Get No So-tis-fcnc-tion." X rm ond the E-Room l7 Spontoneity con yield sotisfoction. The relief of fire drills ond penny hoc- key punctuotes the monotony of serious work, siphoning off the pressures of studies ond octivities. Informol discus- sion of religion ond politics gives releose while producing friends ond enemies. Students usuolly choose sofer topics, ernbrocing elephont jokes ond Botmon os the current exercises of the reloxed mind. : S ' of ' ' Q,.1,? Is '.'.5,4y"A- 1 ' ' ri "fi V Y H- '." ,fz'-'Si4'f,Q1ff .' - 4 - 4 Q " i 2 ., , s ' 5 C- H Qc, Q I x, ss., , , t tioi 9, , X.. W , .R fmt . , 5 2 K- I . :Q -. 1 E 0'uf"""K WMFMA RM ALL-ST T , ,c 5 1 K. 'N X X 1' .4 J k 1 P 1 J If si 3 5 For sorne satisfaction lies beyond the con- fines of the classroom. Not until the school day's end is he allowed to pursue freely a poe- tical outburst fo r Eucuyo or a death died over a chess board. The organized activity provides th e school with several teams, a newspaper, a play, and a yearbook. The orga- nized activity provides the student with a sense of direction. V . Q , P' 6 . K la Ll 'lA:- 4 l -af-A , A N- 5 ,ff ' Q 1 Rig T E 5 The student unconsciously expands both the number and depth of his associations. Goals are replaced or abandoned. Realistically, friendships are, too. Distance or disinterest can cool a relationship. But while it lasts, nothing satisfies as rnuch as laughter and understanding between friends. 22 s-. K -..- X , I Q' 1 31,,' w ,x , 'WW' 1 x N L H H 1 x x x , s fn .. 3 . ' ,av - f ' ff ,mv "" I V 'fix .IL X 'S "R 1 5 ' L 1 Effort culminates in the satis- faction of achievement. Others judge when t h e student is elected to class office, Home- coming court, or an honor so- ciety. Pins are lost, however, and awards are left to age and yellow in scrapbooks. The final analysis is made by the student himself. Self-evaluation is most difficultg personal satisfaction is most meaningful. F. A A i k K- , ',., ,I E Af 1 3 A 2 . 1 qcx . ,,.' P Nam: f , ljlgwgfs. 1. 325 , 3 we Q x X x. ..,. i CQUCDCDQD Ei 5 " 'fi-'la :W .. J ,.,zql'55!ii"W ff .. ,."liv"f5y' ' , v .' Q 4 . I ,.-1:-- . ' n 26 Satisfaction is a rare and ephemeral state It is one moment amid many written in a smile or a look ot pride, but it is only a moment, a plateau. The search tor it must continue for it is the force that shapes the student's character. f""""w 27 A . 0 N. FUN: .,,,, 3,5 r ff si: Hx 3fN!'f3s, if Y .Q , rim' " N R- 1 1' x 'N 1 'A Q v . hh? .- lk YEL we I , ' - 1 x v 1 29 fjeszaii. -tqiiigil 1 'SQA . . - wi yi 'Q :12'::-12.':gE:5:6 FQFSAN-b52'. . .- , 5 fe. ' X 'g.f:'-4: -5 - , ,. 31 fee K im -0. N X' f- 4 ug, 22?-.l..'5!?2 V ir., 'ANA 3l A Senior is the most stotus con- scious person inthe school, A sen- ior thinks he is greot, but is sotis- fied with o mediocre performonce. Criticized for not working, ci Sen- ior will spend on infinite omount of time on o procticol joke. A Sen- ior is predictcibly inconsistent. A Senior is restless ond rebellious. A Senior is o drecimer. The trdnsformotion from Junior to Senior is viewed by oll, except those who undergo it, os ci deifico- tion of sorts. His personolity is om- plified ond extended by the re- sponsibilities of his position. A Senior ledds clubs, cheers, ond un- dercloss. He con be editor, swim soloist, or dromotic leod. He con be o disciplinciry problem. He is no longer lost in the limbo of the jun- ior yeor. The Senior hos cirrived weoring knee socks on Fridoy, o closs ring, ond o self-sotisfied smirk. This imcige propels the sen- ior myth. The lost yeor, however, is not the frenzied culminotion of o school coreer, it is the porodoxi- col onticlimox, for prospective groducites must look oheod. The senior yeor is one of both plonning ond ochievement. Sen- iors begin ecirly the ritucilistic pil- grimoges to Mrs. Sheots for col- lege counseling or the onxious tcilks with Mr. Yocum cibout post- groduote job plocement. A yeor during which his future must be chosen simutoneously becomes o yeor for postponement. Decisions moke the Senior more introspec- tive. He excimines not only him- self, but those oround him with cn closer scrutiny, os his circle of oc- quointcinces widens, his number of friends decrecises. He reolizes, for the first time, the volue of those thot remoin. I I I 1 S xi -.-1. ASIS Q RONALD ABRAMS FRANK ACCETTOLA SENIORS BARBARA ADAMS SUSAN ADAMS 1 LINDA AKRABOFF JAMES ALBINI ROBIN ALEXANDER LONI ALLISON " . '9'V,...,.u.. f 'gl 5' Am '. I.. qv ' -ff-. W' "Rub-o-dub, thanks for the grub . . ." MICHAEL MARK DOLORES ALIOTO RICHARD ALMASY ALBANESE ALEXANDER 'Dm l ww 'I'N""'?' feb 'F' JN fox Ii- ffl' ,', X , ' ' if ,Ui .75 bv' 45" - CARLENE GAIL ANDERSON CELESTINE SUSAN ARK ALMGREN LARRY ANDERSON ANDREWS JAMES ARNOLD GERALD RICHARD SANDRA ARLENE AMIRAULT ANDERSON ANDRULIS AUGUSTINE DEBORAH VALERIE ANDERSON ANTONICK -.fs QI- GAIL BAHR WILLIAM BAILLIE BARRY BAIR 'First time l've ever seen o line on the inside." K, I X -milf' Y l ,, L12 1, " I . 11 "' S fjh, 1 09' 1'1" A Nw f 1 -iw? L f '?f2'f' is QL """""?!' REGINA BAKER PHYLLIS BALL BARBARA BALL NED BALSLEY Horning in on the picture M, V .Nix N . Q , .SX Q X XX Q- X x S K X iN 1 H -4.::'-mr. 1 - N Ass -.Q---1. .- - wk: ifklg- T:-. :xii jf:5::gfF jj . ERXR E 12522912 Q SX BRUCE BATT LAUREL BAUM Turtle Thayer draws in his head. LAURA BAUMAN CHARLES WAYNE BAUMGART BAUMILLER KAREN BAUR RUDOLPH BAVEC STEVEN BAYER PAUL BECKWITH VIRGINIA BEHUN CAROL BELL Q , SENIORS ELAINE BELPULSI ROSALEE BELTZ NANCY BELUSCHAK KATHLEEN BENDA 6-was N, ' .w0"'S QP' 3 73 1--"' fvb , 'YQ Y. -:vw 'w.,""' Yff . 3 VZ. AFR 1:27. 3 Y N. 'IF U - A IAS! GERALD BENSI JAMES BERAN RONALD BERLAN BARBARA BERNLOHR ,mv--Q.. 1'5- Q' WILLIAM MADELINE BIR CHERI BISBEE ROY BERTALAN JAMES BIRDSONG LINDA BLAKELEY BLANKSCHAEN RAYMOND BETZ HARRY BLATNIK MARY BIFRO GEORGE B I LYK 11 Rv' 'Km' See Shoron jump. Jump, Sharon, jump. Jump, jump Sharon 2 Q 'S 'Gee, Mom, I'm sorry I spilled that butterscotch on your hands." SENIORS KARL BOHR CAROL BOKAR BARRY BOLKA GRACE BONANNO 'ii vf' PATRICIA BOOTS CAROL BORDEN JOHN BORENSKI F V I MARY BLAZEK ELLEN BOEHMER JAMES LINDA BLUHM BARBARA BLOMQUIST DALE BOCK BOHINC A f? - zfffff' I I Q , 'S' -.rf my IQ A .XM -sw, 'Ri ., ,N If -'25 . . ,A M, R 'Q Iv . - I --MX wsixqx K x - .www "If I kneel, I1e's FRANK BOTZ WILLIAM BOUFFARD . xg P: l V --...,,Ns-as THOMAS BROWN JOANNE BRUNELLE DIANE BRYAN JERRY BRYANT fir 'lr-:"'U'W"' lik f. .QQ -Y 'YS , " 'VPS 'ii' . It -I I, was J ,..s , VT' if if I Q ELAINE BUBONICS RICHARD BUCCERI PAUL BUCHHOLZ FRANK BUDIC NANCY BURICH PATTI PATRICIA BURKE JANICE BURKLEY BURLINGHAM Si I' Q,,f 'Q-ff PATRICIA GARY BUSCH DENNIS BUSH BURNETT "Now listen here-if we don't get more gravy on our mashed potatoes . . KATHLEEN BERNADINE KAREN BUYNAK CALLAHAN SANDRA CALLOW CAMPBELL GLORIA CAPRETTI 5. wud 42339 40-f' I N 39 il Zh-. :. 'T ' 5 ' ., 1 ,I - vi ,. Iv- -' -:': E' A ': 5 , ' "Are you sure this is how the Egyptians did it?" SENIORS FRANK STEPHANIE CAROTEN UTO CARDULLIAS RONALD ERIK CARLSON CARPENTER MICHAEL CARNEY GEORGE CARTER YA Mfg DENNIS CASEY BILL CATHCART DOUG CATHON NOREEN CAVAN GAYLA CAVATI NO PATRICIA CERGOL 'ln- f' 'W 11g ""' i j, 7f'Q ,A W ff' ik ww f f 1 51. 38 .VIV A f 'i-'Tw' B I A I Tgfg H? I I ZEI' f ff' I ' I ..,,, J '1'Q, 'QI I,L nf? Ib.' 'CZ I I -AI A 'ff 40 I 5 GORDON CHAPMAN JUNE CH IODO BARBARA CHOVAN my Q'f""'1 gl , I P W It : f , 1 H., 'f4 "f',,,.. I I ay I' J 69 K ,ua ' Aff ff. vv it if ini 1 cgi? X W! w'-'13 Y ROBERT CHRISTIE BARBARA LINDA CHUDZIK CHRISTOPHER VIRGINIA CIBBS LINDA CIGAN CAROL CIGOY "Patience, I soy to myself. Patience with this senior class." 41 QQ 'HY-ITT 'A-3 -O-I rf- ii I S,,,f I .f E, ,jg Iiffff-i. eeafffw A .932 "" 'FR 22.11 I. l sv f Q I 1 - YT " .S , S I ES.. HELEN CIMBALOS MARY CLAPACS DALE CLARK BOB COATSWORTH G!! ,' 1 4 SUSAN COLLINS JOHN COLOSI KENNETH COMPORT ELLEN CONNELLY fs., are 1 A-54 . Ni I. I . nf' . WILLIAM CORNWELL MICHAEL CORRIGAN "C'mon, Mike! Lef's have t X L 15' ' .Y ' K. 'Q' x , 1, Yu. r- -4. f 1 fr" 'g DONITA CONSILIO FRANCES COOL - 2 ROBIN CONTI MARY COONEY ' IIZ ' LESLIE COOK JULIANNE JAMES COOKE COPPERS - . DEBORAH CORDON I Q, SENIORS Hr 42 ax wer:-Hr 2 I I in ..,,, K D, . , . ,. . 5 fu-ff' Q ,A. . , S' I jf, ,f 1:,V"' I -Q---f KATHLEEN CHARLES COX COTMAN RICHARD CRANE LAWRENCE COTTON some clean, healthy fun!" ,L be X A-1',T'. , wg- n 6 hr E1 f nf A , CTS' JOHN CRAWFORD LINDA CROCKETI' JOHN CURTIS ROSEMARY CZOHARA GERALD D'AMICO KENNETH DANCH Ir. 2-I i tn' f-12' I? - CTT' Y 1 I I I ffl ff ,fif ff aff,- "Toot, toot!" N I I Y I , I . I I WILLIAM D'ANNA BARBETTE DALE DEBELJAK GARRY DARDIS DAVIDSON CARMELLA THERINE KATHLEEN DAVIS DECAPITE DAVID PATRICIA DAVIS DARLEEN DECKER C? is '12 -C if fr h , , - '.,-2' 1. 7- 'Qi 9-if 1 43 I K' Qf... 'EZ' I. A 'dll' ,1 . '-vv' I . ' fig is 'ti i fi - 3 IQ, ,, 54131 1 Q.. HARRY DECKMAN WILLIAM DEI MARIE DEMARIO PAUL DEMBEK gif-13. X fdx 'WS nw-- f 6, I -s fr YR-117 D1 BRIGITTE DEPRETIS WAYNE DICKHEISER All PRISCILLA DICKINSON KAREN DIEHL RON DIPKO LOIS DODDS CHERYL DIETRICH DONALD DIVITO BARBARA DOLES PATRICIA DONNER 44 and twenty-six other guys x . 4 dk 4 -I ff . as I .i w K 111:51 THOMAS DOWNING THOMAS DQYLE ,X PATRICIA DRAKE . NA -V- ROBERT DRENBERG Q A 4' rr A Mtg- KAREN DRENSER KATHLEEN DRENSER ROBERT DREYER STEVE DROTLEFF Barb Eglin: musically inclined Q 45 ' ., f wi - s -4 T A' "7" 'B ., 1 pax , X T if fy pi -mn ' 'TID' T WHT ' -v"""' . f- V. Q91-A.. , ' Q Q' I Q -az. 5 :UN ' DOJ! if Q az X... THOMAS DRUMMOND DIANE DRYER f I .A G' .1- 1 Q F , -A O, R3 m. 212' is FREDERICK DUGACH MARSHA DUNKER SENIORS SENIORS DANIEL DUTCHER .IACQUELINE DZURA SANDRA EASTABROOKS GARY EASTER "Make me." JACQUELINE EBEL SUSAN EDER MARGUERITE JUDITH MARY ELLEN BARBARA EGLIN EHLERT EICHBERGER ECKENRODE ALBERT EHRKE DAVID ELEK .fag 13 V K N P' .W-9-X Q x ,. . .1 3 , L ' .P X9 1 , 17, A H. S 'jr I " " gg W ., ..,-1 , Vw: 31- 'Li Y,:,2,l:Ek:g5,x,QQj.5i,f,x:x:.5,?E,5?i.-at X x A. A Lv 4 n Q- fl 1 46 A , li IfI . I- RICHARD I ENGLAND P! 19 V: LOIS ERZEN DIANE ESPLANDIU REBECCA ESPLANDIU MONICA EVNACIC if BARBARA , EVE RLY 1 NATASA FAB ' ond they think no one's watching." I JUDITH EMMERT I LAUREL EPPICH IAN i fx I ' A .-'T f Q.. Y' X Q-4 ,I rg ,wx ft K 4' I .I In . 7 fx I .5 ' A ' 'if KQV' . - xi V , Q-,I ' - 1' ,v .1-'ff"' 3- , M . fa. HI - I I Q-"T LINDA FEDOR BARBARA FELDMAN WADE FENNELL MICHAEL FERGUS 47 -' "' ' fe- . E, Ira. R I N 19:-wr fffl ., Mwilix. "ff 5- , ll ,-gf . 7 15 ,f r X .A I , I my 3 V138 'Y"""H W , 4 ff. 'C'-'27 f1r.....,--' Nw. JOHN FERRIS A ,455 .Avia KATHRYN FILIAR JAMES FISCHER No. no, Donald. Tl'1ut's not the way to throw a discus WILLIAM FORGOYNE FLEETE JAMES NDA FLEETE FORRISTELL SALLY FERRIS DONNA FINK VIRGINIA FISTER LYNN FIERLE LINNEA MATHEW FINLAYSON FITZMALJRICE "I think I'm going to be sick." . b ,l5Hf'9"', ' ""' S' M.:-.,f ,, Q:-rr ff- P WILLIAM FORSYTHE Y v- ' Q7 DONNA FRABOTTA SUNDAY FRALEY JUDY FRANCIS x ROBERT FRANCIS CAROL FRANK A... YTLIF' .mn '77 ,-. fy. DIANE FRANK MARY FRIEDEL Lorry Grigsby, grinning ond goveling PATRICIA FRIEDMAN GERALDINE FRIEL ax 49 MARGARET FRYE MARY ANN FUERST SENIORS .-x "If I move my Ieg, my elbo COIIODSC, and my IWQOCI wlll fol JEANNETTE GASPER JUDITH GASPER ANDREA GATES ELIZABETH GAYDOS GEORGIA GEER SUSAN GEIST WAYNE GELLER ROBERT GEPHART , , A+,-if I II drop, my II I off OI'I'Y1 WI KATHY FUGINA JOHN GADISH ROBERT GALE FREDERICK GALLAGHER A , .K .4 7 'ff v a' If ,, 1, J C V 1 54. 1-' I 2 .Y Af ' f I Q , In 1 -ur--' 5277? WILLIAM GA LLAGH ER A DALE GARRIS Ii t ' - A H I " 'Q S' 1 CT, Z, p , 65 is-51-wr eff' 1 L., QV' VD x Gm 50 ,.3.,r ,nn s 1-ilk fir . IF , xvf 4"1' V?-WV 1 1 w- l f J wr-1 I I Q7 75 1'-'v lDb 3. B DARLENE GORTZ HAROLD GRAHAM Lost of the sux pack ?' - X , .- 45 2? fs-L ,- , -. , X L -. eff , Y"E',"' - ' ' ' " -I Q--'ff'-r ,- K A S , fb - L r Q I l.::v N L , ,tg ix! - N " f w w- 1 1 ,L 1 A " . ' 3 1T""TV ,ik , b , ,- - 'f 1' H- ' M' -N if O ,f PAULETTE GERBETZ SHARON GERL SUSAN GEYER CHERYL GILLESPIE L PATTI GINGELL HAROLD GLENN DIANA GLICK LINDA GLICKER SENIORS L! SHERYL GLICKER CAROL GLOTZBECKER KATHLEEN GOLDSTEIN BOBBIE GORNICK 51 N . 1, ,:- A5 ,iq EE wi 7 ' p l -,paula Qu- VI W 'ww I, 'lf ""S I Ii Aff fm xy lu Q, 1-x,,,::! 5 1 'rn fx .K .mf R' GERALD CHERYL GRZSIK LYNDA GULICH GRINSTEAD AUDREY GUDAITIS LINDA GUTKA ROBERT GRONOWSKI "What do you want. It's Monday." X it Yvx-f 'Vo RICHARD GRAHAM CONSTANCE GARY GRAUS GREGORIC ROBERT GREENE CATHERINE PATRICIA GREGIC GRIFFITH ELAINE GRIGAS LARRY GRIGSBY SENIORS 52 LINDA GUYTON PAUL GYONGYOS MARCIA HACE BARBARA HADDAD The sz' 3' ...,f , 1 Clowning around. 1 JILL HADDOCK CAROL HADYK Ax :K 1 , 2 fl S., 1:4 274' N i CHERYL HAGER CHRISTINE HAGSTRAND SANDRA HALL RICHARD HAMILTON '13 5 g iv I fs i 1 L K . .II , x II I , , X +I.. .L YC , I , , 4 I I SANDRA HAMILTON ALLEN HANGEN Jw, 1 43 I 4 53 1-14 I9 gun., is. , i' IW' 4' Y '42 M,- uv .M J J. MW! Y 5. KATHLEEN HAYES RAYMOND HAYES fm' as-, 3 if .8 I . rib' - ' .2 WR' 1 X '1- WILLIAM HASSELBACH MILDRED HASTO PAUL HAUSER NANCY HAVENER -Ns X 3 I ""' f S' QQ, S - Xxxxw. +9 T. I .. gs .'.: 5 SQ. Q V I A E I DONNA HEGLER VERONICA HAYES STEPHEN HAYES .,,,.,,.N I wi' ax I jing ffm- . 5 S I YQ -U' f ,A 54 FN 41 1 ak I xi W 'It ,Z Ze 7? 55 , ,fx . 1 9' wa , 'wt I u '+ Q, H. Our poster's this big." ,iris NIJ 4-.1 DONNA HELMICK CHERYL HENCSEL LORETTA HEISE WILLIAM HEISLER f.- if"-' , a . , 'sm Q 1'5" I L- J f A f r KAREN HENNIE 8 DAVID HEUER 55 I il' I I SENIORS WILLIAM HIGHLAND LORRAINE HILL LINDA HIMES VIOLA HIVELY RALPH HLEBAK ANTHONY HOCEVAR PEGGY HOCEVAR RUTH HOCEVAR 5,2566 L.,-V -'QS '- JI 415 ,fTi' ,x. A , I' 'Qs E? uk' . C+'-YY L M , , . ,, . X , .X . , X , I - ' MARSHA HODAKI EVIC BETH HODDER SENIORS CHERYL HODGES DAN HOFFMAN Ii- , V Y ,Vip WN ,1 :' -ffgfi igiw' I P, ,N by gn- " I -I Jw ' I - ' 'F I' " l A ELIZABETH HOHS DAVID HOLCOMBE 1 . K., . 1 Ix Q., ' ' f x, ,. ,fu-gg , . . N f-xx., . 1 , q w 1 --x1.I3,, ff:-G f"T'I'f". T'-:1'?xNk:E3:-'T I ' xv, ' . ' A x -g5:gf2'5f1 msg. :rw dzzvm, -1-'x:,.:'r'w .1 ., mfr. If.. .4 , fi. 'Q' X4 -1?-nv ' ,I ,--vt? M . .- vs .151--:f"w Im! 1"-1 --'f--T15-Ss!--,ISF-4-ns' ,Mx-.-ws+ 1 . 'aww --'4 4, wr iw 2' , 1 if' " If 111 "'U9r Ie I fm.. N. , . ... Q 9 wluq I A iiixxx I J -xsnikwm . "fb If fa-fl EMM NSA, X mwsixsfx "Sounds better this way." THOMAS JEFFREY HOINSKI HOLLOWAY J 1 . ki . , 'fffk ,,,.,...- 5. DOUGLAS HORA JAMES HORGAN JERRY HORTON CATHERINE HORNA - " A-2 N p can l ff? ing. Y Ke-- 1 X kung' Q37 If Q I 9'-. JANE HORVAT JUDITH HOWE JANE HOWELL JEANNE HOWELL ". . . and then he died." CHARLES PATRICIA HRASTAR HRNYAK JOSEPH HUBISH STARLYN HUDEC jf QS 'HQ wiii,,,f-' 57 2' .cv N 'Z-. . 'Q .f N " K '1 2, .. - K 1' is- N , . , . ,,, , I Ax' i . , 3:1 r -v ' Q 1 5? "'-A . 43- N 17.1 :av 419' '!'E"""' BETTY HUDSON BRENT HUEBNER DONNA HUEBNER af? in A ,if V ,ig 1 A ,v1'9""" 'I .,- f my ?f5 ' f .va 'ms 'V f H ,. . Q51-L ,A f, , , U A W K..,.-3 'ncgg-tgzf SHIRLEY HUMBERT GREGORY HUNT DAVID DALE HUNTER HUNCHAREK "Wait till I open my icncket and they see the big red 'S'." ain- ,wh 1118 Cx Q I 'csv 1 W- 'x '25 :Q - "' 1. my I -lp CHERYEL DONALD IVANCIC IAFELICE DAWN JACKSON GUY IARUSSI RONALD COLLEN IRWIN JACKSON PATRICIA IULIANO LINDA JAKUBEN SENIORS 58 , .,., ,-JY ' X 1 ' ,D , ,MD J, MICHAEL JANKOVICH SANDRA JENNISON BARBARA JERIN LINDA JERSE !"5 'mi iv-vs ,gg 'Dx wh, -sf Y'-7 X..:" Q---'Y 'J Q--nj J J 1 9' BARBARA WILLIAM RANDY JORDAN JOHNSON JOHNSON SUSAN JOST NANCY JOHNSON DONNA JONKE Nemethonderol Mon 6 59 -GPTWQ RICHARD KACZUR CHUCK KADUN LINDA KADOW VICTORIA KALNASY ,QD-J. fg' Tr" Q'-fn' JEROME KAPSCH WAYNE KARBERG RONALD KARASH THOMAS KARPY 1 aw 'wif If 1' 'Vw ,,......., Y:-X' CSIS' ,Q--r ' Q, 4 4 -f, ,rw-.,...? 1 V --X, -. 3, Y LEONARD KARR JOSEPH KASTELIC MARY KASTELIC MONIKA KASTENS SHERYEL KAVULA MICHAEL KEKIC SIDNEY KELLERMAN WILLIAM KELLEY SENIORS E LAWRENCE WILLIAM TERRY KEMPER KENTNER KERZISNIK EDWARD KENIK JAMES JANET KERMAVNER KERZISNIK Commander Sheppard and projects Bell and Howell I 1 60 1 ROBERT KIBLER THOMAS KILKENNEY GORDON KIMBERLY PRISCI LLA KIMOSH fi ?7 .Q T I "Maybe she isn't, but sI'1e's the only girl in the hall." BARBARA BRUCE KING KINSLEY GEORGE KISH KENNETH KING JERRY KIRCHNER JERRY KISH JEFFREY KISH KATHY KLANN MARGARET KLEIN DIANNE KLEMENCIC .' , ,fx ff! 'fv I A-ul 'fm ' mf CTJTX' 6I If ,Q-3, - ,-1 ' , ,I " 1, ,, V' A ' 1 V, , ,I -A ' 3 W Lg I in " -f-W 7 . ,QQ cf- fr' - -1 'R 'V ., av W. ,- . I., ., f' f. , wg.. A LQ, Rl flu f myf....:,f, ff' FD' 14155 Q...-1 JAMES KLOPOVIC TANYA KOKAL DEBRA KOBESSEN CHRISTINE KOLB ERNESTINE KODRA SUSAN KOLENC MICHELE KOEPP ANNAMARIE KONTE SENIORS UCS O JOHN KORACIN ROSANNE THOMAS KOST JOSEPH KORDOS KORZUNOWSKI TIMOTHY KOST SANDRA ALICE KOSKI JOSEPH KORMENDI JACOB KOSS KASTELIC "Sorry, girls. No eating in the cafeteria." I Schroeder 0-gone-gone CHERYL KOTO RAC FRANK KOVAC EVIC 'I' 'ir' I 2 KATHLEEN KOSTELIC CH ERYL KOSTICK QL... K if ,,v LINDA I KOVACH , I I F lp' 45+ KRAJNYAK DAN I EL KOVATCH JOYCE KRAMER KAREN KOZAK DALE KRECH ROSEMARY KOZAR KATHERINE KREN DARRYL KOZEL PAT KRISHON 63 -i2 5 "Tb Q E ' 4 I -Q.. X, , X ,, 4:---1 NI. X IHS? 4I,.V Vg-L' , 'Q V I I uf I I rx N1 'Fifi' " uf -Q I I I I I E 1 47" my. 'K ,,,, lv 4 S If 1 61 4 - ff iv- J' BARBARA KRUGER PAULETTE MARY ELLEN KUCHLING KUCHARSKI CARL KUKLICA Jan ruling Euclidian 'Bri' lf, lk' A ' ii' "ll F 1 Mfg X 3 f L, wf gf" Q ROBERT KUNSMAN SUZANNE RANDOLPH KUZNIK BRUCE LAMB CECILIA LAND L x...-0' LA BOUNTY LINDA LACKNER SHARON LANG CHERYL LARGE FD' 121' 3 BARRY LAI NE MARSHA LAMACCHIA BARBARA LASER STERLING LAUB 64 Es few, in ' N S 'X N 'Q' ,549 CECILIA LAUER JOSEPH SANDRA LAUKIAVICH LAWRENCE NANETTE LE BARON ,vs , - - -vc. ,IT7 5 Q'--s ' E "My activity list is three inches long. How long is yours?" I I S . Q:-ff-vu 1 4 PAUL LEBER JOHN LEES NICK LEMMO CAROL LEBET DENNIS LEFOND GERALDINE LEONELLI 65 11 -rx' fr M.. SUSAN LESINSKY DONNA LEWIS BRUCE LEVINE JAMES LEWIS SENIORS K . tw Tig I ' ' IJ "QW Am ' ur i 'F Q 1 I 1 K wr., rr 'V I ' k A f PAUL LIBBY R K? WERNER LAVERNE LINDIC LINDQUIST JEAN LINK JOSEPH LIPKO if VICTORIA LINICH DARLENE A well-respected man LIPOVEC LINDA LOCZY ROBERT LINSZ JEROME LONCALA . I -A I WI Hx 3 I 1 'V" ,I qw? P, ,. Q JOSEPH LOREK PETER LORENZ wh ' WILLIAM LOSEE DONALD LUCCI Ida- - T , f If -. 1' I v 1+- f I- 'w MII kv I .ww- Q, 66 SENIORS KENNETH LUCCI DAVE LUSHIN MARTHA LYBARGER CARLEEN MACK 4795 rv my , lp. D gsniyf ROSAN N E MADEJA MICHAEL MADY SHIRLEY MAGNANI KATHY MAKOWSKI -fm 'X :Y .. O 9.-., DENNIS MALEC KAR STEVEN MALI NE J I LL MALOKAS .-.A . A I 30 1. I 1 5.1- CAROL MALONEY DALE MALONEY LINDA MALOVAC qu? un Pi' s rf T' .4 x , I :YE Y3' 'TT7 tsp' "Look at that button crawling up my jacket." ll. . U 1 fi f My 2' I f ff if I 3, 'wqff-fr' V212 '?.T fp va' "Later, John, later. . .' DONNA MALZ FRANK MANCUSO MARCIA TIMOTHY MANN MAMRACK "Nice day if it doesn't rain." an Q' PAMELA MARGHERET JAMES MARINO MARIE MARKO HAMILTON MARRON 68 mi 'CTI Q0 RICHARD MARTS PATRICIA MA'I'I'ES SUSAN MASSELLA CECELIA MAVEC DONNA MATES GAIL MATTEO SENIORS 1 y. I? Tr- IIII Im g--s.- L- ind' 17 4 DIANE MC- FARLAND CATHERINE MC GRAW DAVID MC KEE DOLORES MC KEE JOHN MC KIERNAN JOHN MC- REDMOND PAULA MAXWELL JAMES MAYER DONALD MEDVED WILLIAM MELARAGNO CAROL MAYKA MICHAEL MAYOCK PETER MEROS DARLA MERRITT MARILYN MC BRI DE JOAN MC- CONOCHA 69 1' M! -..I , tk! Iv x, N I ' .' sf, . Q." I S r F I !0 Ui , K ,Y A 1 M :- , K I ' ' - ,fc ' . I' Wx. " 1 - 1 ' X , ' .. 1,223 ' - ' 5 f V If 'Q 1' ' 'RI' -1' "' X ,IQ I I I ,-,-'j-:gf f. K 11 ' A wg? :fa::1::,f- L .fp ,gn w W- 4,..q.s1.:,: ..f- 32.0--..,.,4v?. I F- Q- ,- ,.Yf.!,ffZI - ,, I hlffflrillrs. , , ,. V , ff' .4 1' p " ' A 'Jig i . r I-.I . ' -f, 4. , ,Z I - -v ' 51 y ,. QL "f '.1 :gl if , ..... -fn ' , ' ,W , ., , 15:4 - Av 'ff I I ,e -1 V , A , 4 I i""'7'f'f H .. ,I MICHAEL MERRITT SHARON METYK WILLIAM Ml KANOVICH CAROLYN MI KLAVCIC ALBERT MIKLAVIC JOSEPH MIKOVICH ANTOINETTE MILAVEC DENNIS MILAVEC The Amertanizotion of Aydin WILLIAM MILLAR BRYON MILLER CAROL MILLER y Y NK ig if 'S I 70 453'- 'GZ' Celestial body ij' is-' K - Q in I K . Av -fs 'vm Ei? E. f 5 f-z'f'k,,, .V 1 1. L Q. .,,. pan, SENIORS DONALD MILLER KENNETH MILLER FRED MILLS ROSE MARIE MITCH ! JUDITH MOBBS THOMAS MOLNAR EVONNE MONOYUDIS JOHN MOONEY DARLENE MOORE CAROLYN MORELL TERRANCE MORMILE DENNIS MORRIS . -if 1195, nf 2.,, 1' 7I -Mfr I If QQ, YWRUW .4"r"" T? we-.,.,,, ,L 'QA If K ,IH ww ,,, aff'- WAYNE MOSTER BRUCE MUEHLMAN n"'- . -0- iew v. NI-I , 6 A A I MARY ANN MUKAVETZ SHARON MURPHY BRUCE MURRAY JEANNE MUSCENTI JOANNE MYERS RICHARD MYLES SHARON NAGODE 'DY fit 'YQ' iffy! . -C ,,,'., I ,C :I .1-Q QQ kv' 72 DONNA NAGY CHERYL NALEPA BARBARA NASON LINDA NAYLOR CHARLOTTE NEFF DAVID NEFF GAIL NEITHERCOTT SANDRA NELSON , vu' ' goes" is SENIORS SALLY NEWMAN BRUCE NESBETT RAYMOND HARRY NEUMANN NEWNES LAWRENCE HOWARD NEUVIRTH NIEBERDING LENA NEWLEN MARY NIEHAUS ,QQPN 7' 'D 'SPA -'17 He: "Look at the little black things. Maybe she'lI trade." She: "Look ot the little block things. Maybe he'II trade." CHRISTOPHER ..--Q.. 'UQ , ..., IRENE NIELSEN FRANK NOVAK RICHARD NOVAK VIRGINIA NOVINC IHS -2 Q NEMETH 75. WN -.- x x , ' 1. -ugyv JOSEPH NEMETH 72? 'SWT 73 If X 3.14. I MARGARET O'CONNELL ANTOINETTE ODDA KAREN OLESKI A ALLEN OLGIATE SHARON OLSHANSKY DENNIS O'NEILL ' WAYNE O'NEILL GAIL ONICK jx vesyk . K. x Ru ROBERT ORMSTON LORETTA OSOWSKI CAROL OSTRANDER ax. L 4 N.. fx, lil Q ,-.S lf' X, 'Y I' MAUREENE OTIS .. :wx X 4' 'lt ,N Satan never sleeps. . . CHARLES OTT ELEANOR OZBOLT NANCY OZBOLT CAROL OZNOWICH 74 SENIORS PHILIP PAGON CAROL PAIK JANINE PAOLELLA JEANNE PAPP gg fi' - 1 I 93' -49 II 35 H' -- . , . , "7"""isx I Jr, ,W , i g .2 fan. T I A , . . except for sometimes. SALLY PARKER ROBERT PARK ROBERT JOHN PARKER PARKINSON LAWRENCE PARZIALE REBECCA PATE WALTER PAULAUSKAS WILLIAM PEKOL .x 1 v ' . wr- 11' If ATX 'Tb IVR K ,, . If fffflff' 'WM 'if' 7 Il 6 2 A eww- wwf? lu Q xx , ,II 75 Q 4' r' 'W A--L Ti M-g..f1f,, H . -ffzsgaai 1 Q,.o MPX f.-.. 1- a I "W +1 Q - in 5x? Z, V . V.: uf I 1" ", Q 7.-., fun, 4565 '?"'-'Nr CIT, JACQUELINE KATHRYN GREGORY PIKE DONNA PISNAR PENNER PETERSON CYNTHIA PILLAR MICHAEL ROBERT PENNZA LINDA PETKOVIC ANITA PILOTTI PLAVCAN ROBERT PETERS GLEN PHILLIPS ROBERT PLESCIA The tie that binds. ,,w:f.w:.:4,.,yg4i,,?3,.,.if in M W? ffhf, SUSAN PLUMMER STANLEY POPIOLEK TIMOTHY PORTIK DOROTHY POZ U N ns' DAVID PULTORAK PEGGY PURNELL JANE PUNCOH DOREEN PYLICK if-f ba Q Q-419' CHERYLE RABB MARY RADONICH :Aug ' 'qw CUQN 'CW ' 14-.fr -MJ' CYP 'ii if , A' ?""' RAYMOND DUDLEY PRISEL PREZTAK CAROL PROBERT JEANNE PRICE SENIORS ROBERT RADWANICK DAVID RANKER JOAN RAFTER JANE RASK 77 , U ff 1':'v"1? 'sf' 2 ,, VCI?" 1, 1 I fn. 4'-4 , . . V 49 - , 5g.- V 4'u ig Sig? 4,17 We-.. Tw 4. C! . ry V nv' "3 ' -W L A ' kfx 'fx K... P" fu 5 XY as 'G-35" CAROL CHRISTINE RASMUSSEN RAZUM ANTHONY RENEE REDFIELD RATTINI SANDRA REEL GERALD RAVIA VIRGINIA CHARLES REICHMAN RAYMOND SENIORS JOAN REITER DIANA RICKARD KATHLEEN RICH BARBARA RIEBE "Are you really os frigid os you look?" ROBERT RIEBE DONALD RIEDER 78 -,4,A i" If It Ionds on edge we go to closs CLAUDINE SHERMAN -vc Y'-'cf' TRI , .-.4fT':,, I I , , , w- K., Ny. JUDITH MICHAEL SHUMAR PAULA SIMKINS TERRY SKRJANC SHERWOOD SUSAN SIDERS JAMES SIMPSON NANCY SKUPIC RICHARD SHISILA FRANK SIMCIC ANTHONY SKOK LOREEN SLABY Y F? ?l' "1 an 'Ur il' VIRGINIA SLAYTON JUDITH SLUGA KIRK SMEE ALLEN SMITH af!! C3 15 'Uhr' 1'--v Y"Y 83 'YR 'Gia lx n pf' 'I 'I' V 1 ls- 'I ,f 'fo- A ., ,, , A! 1 II., v- ff, ' ' , - L,-,..-,f T! H - 1. ,fini 2 5 MGI ' 4" 1 - ' I' pos 1 'R I r . . . - . .1 ', ' - A ft v 1 I V . AJ E ,, sr, ' 'Lg' 4, 3 I ir I ,QI I 14, I 1 'AP , I na- , PN 1 5 ' - - Inv' j tw' X W I , Q, M, J . X S ' S in-'. 1- I' X .. 7 ,A V lj 1'-A--.wwf JH' fsuiiivif 41" ,T r V, .l ,. I I .,...... f - If 5 -151' .. J " I ' Ax jf. A. .-- ,tv 'K I NL BRUCE SMITH CAROL SMITH LEO SMITH "No, no. You wont the Survey office," GREGORY SOBOLE THOMAS SORGE WILLIAM SRNICK G 2 if 'Qs-f PHILIP SMITH JAMES SOBLESKY MAUREEN STACK KENNETH STATZ JUDY STANEK MARC STEINDLER WAYNE STARKEY LINDA STENROOS Quik 31 "1-1"'6Z' ,aw ""'z 71 C33-' 84 IL kr 1:5 Qi E L.- f-'TY gan.. 'r v . ,7 fv- I if 'hifi F. 1' 'XI A6 1 X129 1 Qi 9 JOHN STISCAK DANIEL STOCKER DOUGLAS STOUT CATHY STRAUGHAN MARGARET STREKAL LINDA STRNAD "Me Jane." SENIORS TERRY STEPIC ROSEMARY STERMOLE BONNIE STEVENS JAMES STIKA --f I . ww-- . JACK STROK SUSAN STRONG 85 SENIORS TIMOTHY STUPICA ROSALIND STUZEN SANDRA SULEN RAY SULLIVAN Wg -2 .1 ff:-'-' ' ' I- ' we . - ,i:"'-5:20 ff ' 3 41' xii gs Q A 'iff A 1 5 " ' ,P ! ' ,.,,- -2 V -1.-L . 'I , I X! ' 59-I' ' ww. I " 1 if ' ' Q' ".'f":, 'A' , - A - ' ' '15, ' CI." 'il' , ' 15 Wm A 3 5 T' 4 N gg ii, .bf . w, TS " YR.,-' MARILYN SURTZ DENNIS SUTTON NANCY SVETLIC LINDA SVOBODA ,Ag-A 'auf 'YI-i ' L,',-fix 5 Z f X, W L: Vgiiz -. PHYLLIS LAWRENCE VICTORIA SWEIGERT TADAY TAKACS -' -'I-f A I RONALD SZALAY MICHAEL TADAY MARY Jo TAMBORRELLO E V u v f ,,, A in ,gf A "Shell I sign Rembrandt or de Vinci this time?" rife 1::j"Y, vw, 1 -Nqr, 3' 3-.X Q i 'W V Iain-121' ,QA f - IS- -.I I 86 X K 'I refuse to recognize lower classmenf' , 036, 'Aff I' ?L.-.W ' x was ,fa ax H: ' .v ,fy ' :f.,,s.,, ,A 'f'I,U2,"-Q2-: 'T 1 ., I ,a :F-3'jfTf'5,, ' ,':' 531' I 1 MARIE TANCREDI DINAH TANNENBAUM DIANE TARANTI NO SANDRA TARANTINO DAWN TAYLOR JAMES TAYLOR 4'i gfx 6145 R.,-7 IN fi Q71 1 .ar 87 A 2' , PATRICIA TAYLOR SUSAN TAYLOR MILA TEMPLETON MARIAN TERCEK Ii 1. ,gy MAI 'tif gf uf - , Alf. H E ,A'- M . 1 -3 . V 1 -. :Q ,, L ,.f, , r A . A 1 -- 41.5 x ...e -vw A ,, ,lf ' 5 Q " 'ei' I as 4 A ff . J fQ?if,.Y " 'ax N! 1 , 4 4 in X3 , .MI 51 4 ii 's..,,' 'lg Q? 1 ,, J' Xfhh MP1 n GLENN TEWELL SHARON THARP CHARLOTTE JOSEPH TILK DONALD TEWS MICHAEL THAYER THOMAS JO ANN TIPPING DONNA THOMAS ALLEN TOLCHINSKY AYDIN TOZEREN EILEEN JOHN LYN TRAVEN SANDRA TRAXLER TOLCHINSKY TRAUTMAN JO ANN TRAVNIK TERRI TRIVISON , 4. . .,.A A - . M, .J- Y -3 " 'VL , f v X. .pf A I S 1. K. I T47 - as ., 7 1- T 5 'glwrf ," .V N., J' ' - Af' -4 'WJ I if gen- Q-V 4 .1 -' :, S' 1 525 V1 KATHLEEN TIZZANO ELTRUDE TOLAR PATRICIA TROBENTER THOMAS TROHA fx Di be- 5...-o - nj ri 1-5' x--n"'K 11.-sr X337 1. Af' :J I NX...f' AMY JOSEPH WILLIAM TROMMETTER TRUNKELY TUCKERMAN MAUREEN JAN TUCKERMAN EDWARD TROT-I'O TULAUSKAS "How'd you like a punch in the mouth?" Q fn -' -'- -1-'I' B U 1,5 W RITA TUMULTY Ag? EDWARD TURK , THEODORE TURK , , SANDRA TURKOC SEN .-r FV'S. AVI . : 7 vjw ,- o Q- .ff fl ,gfglr vw Af, f ,f- 5 1. , FRANK UDOVIC JEAN ULLE ALAN URONIS MICHAEL VANDEVEER IORS lat ggi... 111 . .1, Nmr- , . , ,I Karr. H, ,fin If ff' ' . .. ' . is gm, xanga 5 L Q 2 , N. 255 DEBORAH VAN WALTER VAN KORNGUT TILBURG JAMES VAN WILLIAM VAN TILBURG TILBURG R... ,f-Q.-..-- '4i".,f,f.7 Holy Rolla "ZH" -xr: Il .54 DENNIS VARGO SHARON VISOKY GEORGE GORDON VEHAR DENNIS VLACH VRANEKOVIC ROBERT VICIC STEPHEN VODILA DIANE ELEANOR CRAIG VOLL VUNDERINK VINCENT .IOANNE VYSKOCIL NEAL WADE 90 ,T SENIORS CATHLEEN ARLENE WAGNER WASSIL NEIL WAGNER DANIEL WATKINS JOANN DAVID WAICHUNAS WA'I'I'ERMAN JANICE WALLACE ROBERT WATTS fu? W. Q 'Y osx 7' 'g , I 4 ' A I KENNETH WATTS ANN MARIE WEBER PATRICIA WEBER JOSEPH WELCH "Oh, yeah??!!" E Ei' Q-JY 2' 4,73 x '1 9.599 W LAUREL VID WELSH WHITAKER UDY WHIGMAN .IUDITH WHITNEY sk 4,v,. fvex -f 3.5 Q4 ' l I V137 cz: Q ! 9I gf PW J - v v 'di Iv gi 1 x 'Ti 1, 'Q ' 'fmflx -."- .. W, , af" E E, M ff, A' MQ, .4--. . Il' al, ,Q "Chirp." PU' -115 1"""7 , ,Riga "1 ' .. ,ww- f ia in . P" 05' E- it if 4, ,..- m-wrgiav, H ,, 4 'T 'N .ai4Sgu.' if V',. . fa Q1 '.'. 2 W-, ,luv ' 40 'Q L-Q e W g - . di X . - 1: if f , My 'E gy ff 'a 'CY' mf, Q. ev---1 A fb wma- 'Til' f CAROL CATHY WILLS PEGGY CAROL WOJCIK DON WOODRUFF WHITTIKER TODD WINDER WITTENMYER JAN DOUG WOOLSON TOM WICKIZER JEAN WINTERS GARY WOLFENBURG GAIL WICKS WARREN WIRTZ WOHLGEMUTH ROBERT WI LLETT 92 SENIORS 'ii P'- XSVI Vx 5739 KI? NORM WORGULL ANTHONY WILLIAM TERENCE MARY WYMAN YOUNG YANCHAR ZADILLE ROGER ARTHUR YERTY ROLLIN YANCHAR MARY ZALAR YURKOVICH VIRGINIA YAPEL JOYCE YANCHAR CAROL ZAORSKI If I only had some fans . . .or ca bubble!" ff r" I I'- ,II 7 , wx ' 26' ' ,wx ' 1 d i xy ' 1 I I A. la PHIL ZEITZ BARB ZELE JOSETTE ZGONC 455 cv JUDY PAT ZNIDARSIC we S X E ,.,,x 1' A 5 'FE f -IS " " - MX' . V' 4' .S ,-E650 " R -. , -12 A ww: 'Qc'-.1.g.::,,. . --fu .59 iff' .Q ww , ,Z if CAROL ZNIDER DONALD ZOLI NSKI ROBERT ZONAR s 3?-V.-X.. . - 5, N, w L.. .gm 5.11. if Kg nvvkx 'Wh 'Q'- ,Zsf-Y X-H :. , " Ny gig 9. 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Others have proud Daddies who want them to carry on the family torch of physical prowess. One boy will practice with a team because his buddies are members. The mercenaries hoping to influ- ence the teacher-coach and sal- vage their plunging algebra grade, run a few laps around the track and advertise the set of hurdles they got for Christmas. Then, there are those who compete be- cause they want to. The reasons boys practice, or go through the rituals of practice, are diverse. The masochist gloats over the pain he can endure. Ego- 'tists exert themselves just hard enough to work up the sweat that projects the glistening Greek god image. Some don't practice at all, Mommy has blocked Daddy's hopes by refusing to sign the ath- lete's permit slip. Glory seekers drop out quickly and boys who joined because of their pals prac- tice less frequently as friendships begin to pall. Practice culls out the incapable or uninterested. Athletes remain. Driven by an unexplainable sense of loyalty to Euclid and team, they spend after-school hours trying to maintain the agility and endur- ance that mark their performance. Swimmers slap and splash through the water. Hurdlers invade the third floor after school, menacing anyone traveling to his locker. The thump and smack of a baseball echoes through the athletic corri- dor. The ath lete's efforts hopeful ly convert practice to victory, satis- faction, and an arousing of the listless spectator. Panthers pull away. Varsity Football Row 1 lL to Rl: Jim Beran, Frank Simcic, Rollin Yanchar, Bill Johnson, Jerry Kirchner, Jerry Bensi, Dale Garris, Randy Jordan, Don Miller, Bill Yanchar, Al Tolchinsky, Dave Welsh, Pancho Plescia, Fred Dugach, Jeff l-loinski. Row 2: John Sullivan, Rick Clements, Larry Hann, Dan Hoffman, Jrrn Travarca, Tom Seddon, Ron Heinlein, Ken Frak, Bruce l-loppert, Jerry Ritzu, Pete Lopez, Paul Baker, Bob Eder, Jack Farrill, Bob Malnar, Louis Mavrrch, Dick Kolesar, Paul Beckwith, Preston Suminguit. Row 3: Bob Troop, Chuck McLaughlin, Mike Yerkic, John Speck, Tom Omahen, Nic Zadnik, Glen Caroff, Scott Hyde, Dan Wright, Randy Wohlgemuth. "Where did those dumb linemen go?!" VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Euclid Euclid , Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid i Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid . MO St Joseph . 6 l2 Collinwaod 24 Garfield Lakewood L Parma , . , . ,6 .2 6 Cleveland Heights ..4O Show . l4 Shaker i 7 Brush . J , . O Valley Forge Wins 6 Losses 3 Ties l ..l4 ,6 ,l2 .O 0 ...,l3 .0 .6 .O lOO - ,E A threat from above "Purr . . ." R z - 1 --- .s n ., U Mvxxbq- . 31135 -g The Bleachers VARSITY FOOTBALL A large group of boys started the year unbruised and unheroic. The num- ber diminished after a few rugged practices, and the hardy souls that led Euclid to a semi-victorious season re- mained. Sportswriters prophesied that this year would be "The Year of the Panther". Euclid responded spiritedly and, following an opening defeat, went on to amass a respectable record. The new coach, to the joy of football de- votees, started passing the ball instead of continually carrying it. The action of the crowd competed with plays on the field. Florescent horns populated the stands, IBM confetti harassed con- tact wearers, and long rolls of toilet tissue spiralled gracefully over the crowd and around the light poles. These great tools of spirit, however, were chopped down to methodical cheers and ten minute half-time shows. Turning away from symbols of en- thusiasm, fans paid careful attention to the game on the field. Covered with spilled coffee and the sloppy rain of Friday nights, the crowds watched as the unheroic boys became heroic. lOl xiii: XF Court in session Who? Us? 'Mx Kumi 102 We always dance 'W""'.. HOMECOMING Openmg wuth the hanging of posters urgung the team to crush the Card: nals the week of Homecoming whirled to a close wuth the wearing and dnsm tegratuon of the tradltuonal mums Al though the bontnre had been damp ened the nrght before enthusnasm ran hugh at the game Hopes for a vnctor nous homecomung however were shat tered as the Panthers floundered un a sea of mud and were humbled by the Cards The next night nn the E Room the mnsfortunes of the week were for gotten as couples entered and were entertained ln the tranquul realm of Kung Arthur and Excalnbur '38, Karen Baur, Second Senior Attendant. Cindy Theis, Junior Attendant. waist t f'QN Margret Nielson, First Senior Attendant. Cathy Vincent, Sophomore Attendant IO4 R ' 1 C! 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Junior Varsity Football Row 1 lL to RJ: Tim Haase, Dennis Bosco, Wendell Price, Rick Hoinski, Bill Young, Mark Lombardi, Steve Piscooo, Ralph Doesburg, Andy Altenweig, John Bell, Spiro Gonakis, Cliff Drobnick, Paul Marino. Row 22 Brad Lyman, Bob Taylor, Howard Denny, Frank Lemma, Bob Jokela, Steve Jerzerniac, John Demming, Bill Papo, Doug Kelley, Craig Sharon, Bart Humphrey, Dennis Adams, Tim Gulich, Coach Lokar. Row 3: John Engel, Steve Shepard, Mike Enright, Dave White, Rick Amato, Greg Zgonc, Dave Robinson, John Schulte, Eric Lyttle, Frank Cercek, Brent Hamilton, Dan Lombardo, Ray Schultz, Coach Sleith. Row 4: Bill Koss, Dave Zgonc, John Oyster, Dave Marinelli, Jim Barney, Tom Perchan, Ray Clancy, Dave Price, Rick Brown, Jim Crezen, Walley Ugrinic, Terry Kollar, Mike Lonchar, Coach Tanski. A grab and o miss FOOTBALL SCORES M12 O St. Joseph , 6 Collinwood O I4 Garfield Heights 8 l4 Lakewood . T . . . 8 0 Parma , . r . 6 O Cleveland Heights . . O O Shaw . 20 l6 Shaker . 6 2l Brush , . , . 8 . 8 Valley Forge L I2 Wins 5 Losses 4 K' 1: is A lO6 W u W, 5 .. ws- 1 i The referee moves in for Cl pass. "You've got the bull, my foot!" Q"'v+"' , ,-s J. V. FOOTBALL Adjusting to both o new school ot- mosphere ond new tecimmotes, the junior varsity kittens successfully ployed through their seoson, on ex- perimentol period in which former jun- ior high rivols combine to form the vorsity future. Skills ond experience goined by octudl ploy, yield ci prom- ising seoson. The kittens ore ready to fight, to win, to be varsity. E WA , Fi I mm' b ,rf -if Head Maioreffes CL to RJ: Joanne Brunelle, Linda Schorlcmu, Chris Rczzurn. af gf, Xvagr xg ' IO8 I 5' ,ix V414 K .gff 'Nia -un. NN: Maioreffes Row 1 IL to Rl Conme Gregonc Carol Burhenne Laurue Haytas Carol Zonar Row 2 Wendy Brown Lvnda Bohlnc Norene Skerly Katue Kalan Shirley Krapence Row 3 Chrns Razum Lnnda Scharlau Joanne Brunelle Mugorefte Subshtufes Row 'I KL to RJ Connie Beckwith Trudy Goodwln Row 2 Sharon Vnsoky Carol Francus MAJORETTES The majorettes mornmg begms with an embarrassmg dash down the halls In cut off jeans her scarf hudung cllpples and over suzed rollers Rakushly dressed, she spends the next 80 mlnutes physzcally and mentally memanzlng her next perform ,g5,,.4z ance A half hour before the game, the practice periods end wlth routines finally polnshed At half tnme whlstles pnerce the alr and the band marches down the field majorettes m the lead Ns-1 Q W' .2 IO9 -il -H+ l tj A .f 6 . ,Y'A th n .E J! - 1 , 1- .,f f 25, ,-1 Q 1 , A . , " .' - .' jj 'xl , A - - -V ' " L' ' N, 1 f V 7.5 '- - r I Q 1 , , - . X 1 ' L '.g 'Q ' A' ' - tk, D t r X. l ' Q 2. A A ' , 'I ' 7' , QQ 1 x .M V,-my 1 4 x ,K ,, V v 1 i . , . . . ,. - . I . . . . I 4, ' . . I ' is K .z - 1 - , ,gf I ' 'lf V '. . - . . . ff? t 1 . . . . . ALF-"H ' ' 1 X . . I . ' s - , rw' - Q 1-4 l E. 3 l rv Q w 'il x f -ff sf x , y,, x I .V L V CROSS COUNTRY The Cross Country runner breath- lessly strains to close the gap in front of him, This boy doesn't ponder over the past day's test grades, nor does he hope that the coach will pronounce his name correctly by the time he's a senior. Leading the horde of long dis- tance runners that follow, he moves on matted leaves and gritty cinders. The runner forgets the walking world and runs. .L -,ar gk K J -3 V ff, r so .i., ,Egg , ,fgf f ., N, ,..v , . N we , s,i it - , S' ' fi. - .- . , ss - .LL , Quick! Somebody bring a spoon. Cross Country Row I lL to RJ: Terry Rieder, Gary Ciprian, John Doherty, Ken Lucci, Bill Dei, Bob Zonar, Ron Bock, Dan Stocker, Kim Kimberly, Tom Meros. Row 2: Bob Radwanick, Val Miklausich, Greg Sattler, Jae Lorek, Ron Lucca, Jerry Kish, Steve Zdara, Rich Graham, Don Rieder, Jim Moore, Dennis Mateyka Row 3: Mr Ted Theodore, Coach, Randy Cebul, Chuck McCracken, Walt Bubley, Bambi Lance, Dave McKee, Pete Goulis, AI Pillar, Larry Grigsby, Mr Schuster, Assistant Coach. Row 4: Bob Spring, Brian Ross, Mel Zivic, Jett Kish, Chuck Hrastar, Rich Kaczur, Leroy Williams, Bob Snyder, fi QQ, 5-43 c' ' 'U L ef, i S ' ' Q r L- ir., . .. 5, I E Y , A 95-3:5 E . I Bib , ,ru ' " sb-7' . 4.4 ' ' ff' 'Q' 'M . ' ' , ""' " , Q - - l 11. J g -'15 3 tgp! ' of . 5, ,,,.. f Q 5 I V V ,LU I' ,nu ,Q 'o fb , , 1 P . ,. . ,lc vt" S . Hwy A . ' i . A 4 llO CROSS COU NTRY SCORES Euclud Euclud Euclud Euclid Euclid Euclud Euclld WJ, Wms 3 Losses 4 Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid TRACK SCORES 78V2 75M 50 V2 30 88 83 82 5OV2 8OV2 Wins John Hay Glenville , , John Marshall East Tech , South Collinwood Valley Forge East Tech John F, Kennedy 8 Losses l Ties l 1 if ' ' fUCl.ll3 me W Track Row 1 lL to Rl: Joe Straub, Joel Rick, Rich Kaczur, Bill Dei, Bob Zonor, Ken Lucci, Dave Schaser, Greg Sattler, Row 2: Bob Schneider, Brian Ross, Don Rieder, Terry Rieder, Bill Loese, Jim Moore, Don Lucci, John Crossin, Leo Smith, Dan Hoffman. Row 3: Jim Klopovic, Dan Stocker, Jim Petrovic, Ron Bock, Jerry Kish, Jeff Hoinski, Bob Spring, Mike Harris, Raw 4: Rick Lyttle, Mike Meresko, Leroy Williams, Doug Hackle, Walt Bubley, Dick Kolezar, Bill Johnson, Bob Gale, Tony Rossi. Row 5: Bill Young, Jack Prasek, Andy Altenweg, John Gydosh, Al Tegel, Tom Meros, Tim Carmigiano, Ron Heilein, Bob Smith, Som Syracuse, Joe McKluska. "Will ya' look at that, a cockroach!" -N isw X ish son 62 4 9 .10 MM HV2 , A glrc --f' ly P T70 ' i ll2 Coach Dale Thompson r e t Al Pullar gettlng the run around TRACK Wuth the start of the wmter campcngn Euclld s track team undergoes 0 complete metamorphosus Blue and gold unnforms are exchanged for T shnrts and shorts track splkes are replaced by rubber soled sneakers and a tan acqulred from running In the cold autumn anr us qunckly shed The only trout they share wvth thenr former selves us the small auduence they attract Thus mrnumal attendance us caused by the new surroundungs rather than the quality of the team, for neither the corru dors, room 102, nor the track offer vantage polnts conduclve to large crowds Those track adducts who do manage to find seats un door ways, on wnndow snlls, or ln the depths of the Indoor track are ultimately rewarded At Eu clld, vuctory and track are synonymous ll3 if-XX ki. u.. .4 .:,,g,.. if?" 3 . Ei +A-3 Ll'- X si E - A 'Z SQ . nag E s X x Qi-RQ R 6 N x R+ X X Q Si X Q si S -' Q X X V. it il X V 'f T ' R 1 CL t RJ: John St'scak, Marty Frank, Michael Vandeveer, Fred Mills, James Kira. Rgslz Cggshs Herggrt Nold,oJim Guinter, ki Smith, Captain Dennis Leford, Glenn Forsythe, John Crawford, Rick Holloway. TENNIS Returning after a summer of private practice, the players renewed the fall halt of their tennis season. The out- door practices ot tall nurtured fading summer tans and helped to maintain callouses earned through summer matches at the Memorial courts. By winter, the traditionally outstanding tennis players accumulated another series of wins. Fall season behind them, their next challenge was the long wait until spring's thaw. VARSITY TENNIS SCORES Euclid ,, 5 Lakewood , O A hit and a follow-through. -4-n-...... A .J 5 ,X 4, .Q- t 5 J ek: ' t -: J i ..t.,.', Q W, .W 7 tg 'k ,. at !..,, ,.,, . ,. , Euclid . 3 Parma ...,..,.. 2 Euclid . 4 Cleveland Heights I Euclid...4 Shaw.. Euchd . ,, 2 shaker . ,. 3 3 Euclid . . 2 Brush .... .. O Third Place L.E.L. XXQQQ 114 ...'-, t rs's xQXX X X I-ir ' fi -fffzv V.. 'll .,. , .lf .4 HN-.W lib. .. Q A if lf' es 7 ' if ,Ein 37, f. 1,,.,, ',' NI . ' N qi Y- 'eu . ' ' .TE ' '- ' LY in r Mike "Apeman" Vandeveer. :qv , mi Lug-Hifi -...Wd 4 A -X V1 . A -L.-.x:,., .I.V. Tennis Row I CL to Rl: Don Maxa, Alec Wighfman, Alan Goldsfayn, Applequist, Rob Modic, Jeff Burns, Rodger Munson, Coach Richard Rakovan, mil eg Wi F3 Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid J. V. TENNIS SCORES Dave DiBiasio. Row 2: Mike fam 5 Painesville 5 Lakewood 3 Parma 3 Cleveland 2 Shaker Heights 5 Wins 5 Losses O -i-A541 fl 1 Q8 fs' "Us s., 5 .il 1-' J bb 'f l--i si' ll5 5:4-: 3.3.7. .,., p 4 Q . 'JA ' . s' ...M 'Z 11'1sv' :Q- .QGQMW-s-Q -'Q -' v.m3:.'-",g-.'-- gr- .553 41-':-WE' '1 5555 lf F .. Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid lU,1.i.i1lliIi.El1iUll1l.l!l Q ...., 4, ' im m emsarr eniaimmmi J Varsity Wrestling Row I KL to Rl: Steve Piscopo, Richard Piscopo, Gary Cipnan, David DiBiasio, John Meros, John Ferlito, Dennis Mateyka. Row 2: Jim VanTsIburg lmanagerl, Jirn Schwabauer, Larry Grigsby, Blain Daugherty, Bull Cathcart, Jack Farrill, Pete Goulis. Row 3: Randy Jordan, Glenn Teweli, James Orazen, Ken Statz, Glen Caroff, Tom Seddon, Ai Toichinsky, Bob Linsz imanagerl. WRESTLING SCORES I8 Garfield Hights i5 East North 28 Huron 29 St. Joseph 26 Brush i4 Parma 33 Lakewood l l Valley Forge 26 Shaker 23 Cleveland Heights 25 Shaw Wins 7 Losses 4 Sectionals First Place Bill Cathcart, Mr, William DeMora, Assistant Coachg AI Tolchinsky, Mr. Clarence Eckert Caachg Randy Jordan. ll6 , ,- 1 X s fy A . .fx D N fx 5-' Q X l is Wm. , .W ...X.. WQ Q H M QQ i t 'r Jos a - Q Q , PERIOD -' . - " - i f MA-r t 1 , - gli - 5544 'S " ' V as s s 1- ::gts 'Nfs x fzsw . r --,.,.,-. W, ,-new-ann i ,N - f 1 ll :T idc I . -N i i Y, W,,f-'eg v I T. D X , I I , Q ., Y Q x F i V x , l 5 . ' ' X i i V ff - 2-Msn A i KJ! i ,- 1- x-W, xi' , S' ' -M 8' i --' p t thx: i ,f ,ig 4? M if e A V: as Q10--QQ' fy .Sig N " 1 ' ' N- g ' ' i - , nl W 'S " SGW 4 N - , if K f A 5 I M if A' 5 M ...Jw t 4 i f'X' 4 sag 1 . ' Q E R V W , J j Y gl j f r' 5 , J -l r f . ,,.. f g R I --1 XJ J rj , A J'-5 was-f Wg Q 4 You mean you won't play wheelbarrow with me?" J. V. WRESTLING All of the junior varsity wrestler's victories are steps toward the plusher varsity mat. He is continually cultivat- ing his capabilities as o wrestler. His position is precarious. He must learn to adjust to new athletic and aca- demic rigors. The hardships are justi- fied the night that he wins his first Euclid decision which moves him toward the long-awaited chance to dis- cord yellow wrestling jacket that marks him as J.V. "Give me your whistle, and l'll stick it in his ear." AW' Dove DiBiosio moves in for a pin. thliiiiii mm J V Wrestling Row 'I KL fo RJ Ron Cooney Dove Wohlgemuth Davd Gr eshornmer Tom Cothcart Gory Crpr an Doyud DIB asro John Meros John Ferlrto Andy Radon ch Fred M n s Row 2 Bud Jokela Br an Urs ch Jrrn Z vc Rrck Gorjup Curt Hanson Don Ballent ne Dennis Mateyko Jm Tomko Dove Rob n son Row 3 Joe Howe Bruce Vehar Dennrs Focht Paul Mar no Mark Lombard John Oyste James Oozen Steve Pscopo Frank Cercek John Meros hopes for a qurck takedown Euclrd Euclrd Euclrd Euclrd Euclrd Euclrd Euclid Euclrd Euclrd Euclnd Euclid ll9 WRESTLING SCORES Gortaeld Heights East North Huron Sarnt Joseph Brush 29 Lakewood l4 l9 Parma l7 l4 Valley Forge 27 22 Shaker 20 29 Cleveland Heights l5 27 Shaw l l l Wins 7 Losses 4 ' fl A r ' ' H 4 QV , r . , my I J V . -I 7 V, LJ 1 - l M 1 -v s, s A X X 4 , N X! "l - FTB? ' i A T l 'K 1 . N W T .1 I r I '.A I ' X V 7 t V 'x tx y 3 4 ' . . xg I A ' S ' V 4 i S l ? S 7 ' Q L J.V. ' l3 ' ' 25 ' l7 21 ' 29 l2 ' 35 ' 8 ' 23 . A A , l4 VARSITY SWIMMING scones ' is Euclid Brush V........ Euclid Western Reserve . Euclid Lakewood .,.... Euclid Shaker .i..,... Euclid Cleveland Heights Euclid Berea . , .... L , Euclid Shaw . L . Euclid Brush .i.. Euclid University . , Euclid Gilmour . Euclid Lakewood , Euclid Midpark ., Euclid Fairview L. Euclid Shaker .,.. . Euclid Cleveland Heights Euclid Shaw... . Wins 12 Losses 3 Euclid Relays 2nd Euclid's swim team - everybody's archrival. sv 3. sg. iw, ms. a '-73 xt ' ,q .,, , l 'em ,X QQ, , ggi Kiki. -I X, - 1 Q .t x lx 'T--Q. . -X -.Fw Q .i K fggfg. .kzygw-'s.,g. N A 'Ng' s , W' .. "l came through in the stretch." Head, shoulders, knees, and Toes. is sis I was 1 W5 SMX ,M , .amass ,X EQ N . N W N N: s J- qw ir- :x- g x .-w"-vuninunw M11 -'QW Varsrfy Swrm Team Row 'I KL to RJ Ray Preztak Mnke Vandeveer Jack Strunk Mark Sprrnger Row 2 Dennus Sutton Dennxs Remke Ken Muller Doug Keller Neal Wade Row 3 John Scott Dave Brunsan Brent Hamilton Randy Cebu! Row 4 Rtch Preztak Tom Barker Bob Henukman George Carter Jeff Burns Nrce dlve fe a Q VARSITY SWIMMING ...gi Other years sans crowds sans cheers, -B sans publrclty the swrmmers swam hr Undergolng a change this season, the A v- meets were attended by more than the ' competrtors Determlnatlon strmulates Interest the swrmmers brought mo ments of soaked glory to a vnctory -5- parched wlnter sports season Fans learned to survrve the chlorrnated heat and the pool became no longer the 1 sole possession of tankers The und: Q.-N. vidual swrmmers contemplated thelr newly attamed posrtrons of honor whrle they munched on pre game rarsrns As heroes the swummers out stroked and "' Am out relayed thelr opponents The pool became more than a large amount at water It was the home of excellence WM KW 3 l2l Q F..-' .4 s 4- .17 , H V 4. , A F w VV - X, V I 4, ' ' 'P V ' . g . if ,, , -I Q I I, 1 s 54, 'l x A " 1 , , V . I . E N ' V X ml.. 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Row 2: Tim Brennan, Jeff Bish, Dale Finney. if-Tm 3: ' ' ' ' ' - M rk Hum hrey, P l F't ld, J h M , D l K l za Row 4: D nn' Mayock, Pete a er, blm to dgoln In dlvlng' turn Clif Drobn?ck, Tomogerchggifgrlfes ShZrrT1an?j?'?1rKni2glit. G amos e is mg, an Stro ing s I S. IE' W ' 'VP' it it Five late bloomers 3 5 V 4 ni ' ?' V" -fm: , ,' X-.-495 -I .v.f 7'Y-f '-'.91'NI2'- X .,. - . - 4 - ' 4' f, i ' -Q , 0' r 3 3 . rgffz,-.W . if we 0' - f .e ay .,,,, ,YW ,-,...,7M,. A Q c-' 4 1 "If we pool our efforts . . ' 122 Yi? Wu 1' .ad sig? ni I Front dlve wnth a full twlst rn layout posltnon degree of d ffuculfy l 6 'Q A91 V 5 l23 Euclld Euclnd Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclud Euclnd Euclid Euclud Euclud Euclld Euclld . J V SWIMMING SCORES Western Reserve Lakewood Shaker Henghts Berea Shaw GI lmour Lakewood Falrvlew Shaker Heughts Shaw Wms 6 Losses f ' , L . P L. . 30 L ,-1 V ' 5l y e'.- 2-fy I -' 35 f L L -S 'un ' 43 ' . , Q ' 65 ., M L. , Q ,A ' X Y . N4 ' 35 , , . , , , ' s , b ' 56 ' , A. . , r ' 33 , 4 A l ' 33 ' ' L L . , L ' 50 ,,.. Q51 52 L v ' 59 , , . . . . . . lx W ' 6 l l " ' f ir "" - E ' l .,'f , ,. r so CHEERLEADERS AND PANTH ERS Giving some variation and individual flair to familiar, monosyllabic cheers, the panthers and cheerleaders reflect the enthusiasm of the crowd, and trans- mit the excitement of winning or the anxiety of losing to the team. The cheerleaders, genuinely spirited over a victory, readily assume forced ex- pressions of enthusiasm to maintain spirit, even when confronted by a close tie, a dubious defeat, or abso- lute catastrophe. Jill Haddock Marsha Hodakievic Barb Bohinc ...cg , ,, B I F CiI'1ClY Theis Darlene Gortz Pat Friedman l24 Cecile Rinaldi, Captain Sharon Tharp Marsha Beery .EVN Subshtufes IL to R7 Sue Smeltz Mary Helen ue o x. I JV Cheerleaders IL to RJ Lmdo Balough Copfcun Blanche Puerce Sandy Brochlow Pot Stenguof Laurie Gulnch Lourle Letmk Panthers KL to RD Marne Tcmcredl Beth Hodder Mnke Hams Renee Redfield Q' U :wi 3 r ff W Q., f' V 1 I ,. -xl is v X , r 4 4 ' r I Z I 5 . NW, ,.,f . Milli x np'-'J 'F x VARSITY BASKETBALL This year, Euclid tried. Unfortu- nately, effort can not be realistically equated with achievement. Euclid players practiced incessantly. The phy- .. -L- sical necessities of competitive sports, the grunting, strain, intensity, and Ne sweat, were there. To some degree the individual players were able to inte- grate their respective strong points. Plainly put, nevertheless, it was not a year for victory. Losses forced the coaches and team to be practical. ln- troducing inexperienced sophomores and juniors to varsity conditions, the late season games became positive ef- forts to build for next year. JS ,- 'y Varsity Basketball Row 'I lL to RJ: Dan Leskewitz, Manager, Wayne Dickheiser, Manager. Row 2: Coach Shuster, Gordon Kimberly, Jim Lewis, Mike Boyle, Tom Omahen, John Speck, Ned Simpson, Don Woodruff, Norm Schoen, Dan Palumbo, Larry Crown, Tom McRedmond, Mike Corigan, Ewald Heise, Rick Brown, Coach Daugherty. ,I velocity VS - ,, Lemme see now . . . T x speed of ball + T - basket. -I-he old invisibie bon frick- 4-of ----............,a.--,,,,,..... l26 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Euclld Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclud Euclid Euclnd Euclid Euclnd Euclid Euclid Euclnd Euclnd Euclld Euclld Euclid Euclid Euclid No Kum block the ball Garfield Heights Brush Parma Lakewood Valley Forge Shaker Akron Kenmore St Joseph Henghts Shaw Brush Parma Lakewood Valley Forge Newark Shaker Helghts Shaw Wms 4 Losses I4 WINTER FESTIVAL Students sauntered through the car- nival-decorated classrooms and hall- ways engaging in 3-legged races and the forbidden indulgences ofthe school day-holding hands and throwing pies at Dr. Bergem. The 'Gypsy Cellar' lured some to the depths beneath the stage for a session of folk singing while Mouse Roulette captured others. Atmospheric change came with the formal presentation of the queen and her court. The solemnity of the occa- sion was heightened by a back-ground of organ music. Then it was Saturday, and the events of the week were cli- maxed in a flurry of snow-flakes, snow- balls, and couples gliding across the E-room floor. 'Sure we're happy. Don't we look it?" ff .vt - if Peggy Molinero adds the crowning touch to the Snow Boll. "Pretend we're having fun. They're taking our picture 128 -fi. ' 'T A is 'F , L, 1 , E 9 T1 ' u Tanya Kokol, Winter Festival Queen 2 130 l 23 L... Z' 'V Sandy Schervish, Junior Attendant Marsha Hodakievic, First Attendant -A -,, 'X eq QT vu ? fu- Cindy Pillar, Second Attendant ,x - ful- 'Jf: " t'f- tx' Q 'YK Ann Trommetter, Sophomore Attendant 'if if ff'-1 J. V. BASKETBALL At seven o'clock, the J.V.'s play the quiet and intense prologue to Varsity basketball, The almost empty gym distorts the reteree's whistle. The J.V,'s possess the court, Fans who arrive early for the Varsity game respond to baskets and intercepted rebounds with sporadic cheers. A part of pre-game and pre-Varsity ritual, the .l.V. efforts mold the skill that builds the Varsity standard. "Get your finger out of my eye!" .I.V. Basketball Row 'I CL to Rl: Tim Gulich, Don Maze, Don Shisila, Don Lewis, Dale Hocevar, Greg Zgonc. Row 2: Doug Kelley, Ron Meister, Choper Ugrinic, Dave Price, Dan Zdanowicz, Coach Shuster. ffl Q1 rj CJ La Whirley whiles an hour. Biff! Pow! Zonk! Zowiel Oof! J. V. BASKETBALL SCORES Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid 133 Garfield Heights Brush . Parma Lakewood Valley Forge Shaker Akron Kenmore St. Joseph Heights Shaw , Brush E Parma . . , Lakewood Valley Forge Newark . E Shaker A , Heights Shaw , Wins lO Losses 8 ,gf ' 3 1 fn,-S.-3, ff-' -: ..,-.. 4 4 4 vw. - MVK, :wx ,al ., yi' -..:f,,,, , . , My ' - x ,"' ' .f, ,f,':,.1x 1- 1-l1I'5F2.?5i'5ff if-39 'Qff'i'fi?11. -ff?-I .".W'.' :' - . 5,9 - -"" -,,1,:, . . . ggi,-3,: 152kfffEf"i3f' '?'4s5:4f?4?S, 2.623-I 25 ? -,'wiI-gmifir-gQgQf7g:53Qg1:' -, ,f rf. qv.:-V-: -- N.: af. '.-W? -42 1352 ,v:,:',jl-ykv .1 f ' :L ':":4 :fff" " 1.1. ,q:'1:p.f+-:N,,:- 1-"EE ' 56:93 wax: J' 'gfg -' ,'Qf9i,i-2:'g2'F' I7-I-J f, 1 :V--In 4-:JHYVZ 42212 ,Q ,.,,, ,,.u ,.'v,,4 , . , .4 , wQ?,:'g 51: fi x. ww ,gg .. ,f,gz,:e:,5 .,1,,f:.-4-,Q-sf:i4sf 411 'sfsrfvm , . ..r.:'5 f :Wg a ve' 4, 1 v-' 1- -gr -L., -go--vw x..:Q.,. ,gg ' s 'li' 4 5, 'bf s.A A .2- a .N-11 - 1' ,fha,,X?" , . fa:-12555 V ,I The teacher wonders why all of the boys form an elite society in the back of his classroom kingdom. At the same moment, his pupils wonder if late assignments will be accepted and, if not, what the pun- ishment will be. After the first week, during which the teacher maintains a seating-chart fami- liarity with his students, the intel- lectual development of the year unfolds. At first the student de- clares that he won't submit to the rigors of academic life. Unfortun- ately the charm of the first light assignments fades away into ele- ven o'clock study sessions. Only in academics can the student know the joyous relief of a cold, desolate night when the last sen- tence is typed somewhat hurriedly on his theme. He staples it, thinks about the rest of his faltering grades, and sighs heavily. lf the work is particularly bad, he hopes that the teacher will be in a good mood at the time of judgment. The student is not alone as he slaves over his late assignments. His teacher is generally working to keep ahead of the questions of his more aggressive students. Dis- proving the legend that the teach- er is all-knowing, he frequently is forced to admit that knowledge is not obtained via four years of college and post-graduate work. Mistake piled upon success cha- racterizes a fast-paced academic life. Accomplishment isn't an in- dividual process, every individual must submit himself to the inglor- ious criticism of group judgement in his search for intellectual satis- faction. 55? ' if 75 , 1 2. rv 'Vi' N-' 'X . Mr. William A. Hunter, Principal Dr. Lester E. Angene, Superintendent of Schools Life consists of needs to be met, desires to be satisfied, goals to be reached, and hopes to be fulfilled. Through education we seek to see what needs to be done, the development of the will and ability to do, and the durable satisfactions which ensue from having done worthwhile tasks. What do we want out of life? What shall we give in order to get? ln an- swer we assess ourselves and our world, determine what we can become, and invest our full energies in the search for lasting satistactions. Browning and Housman have pointed out: "A man's reach should exceed his grasp," and "God, give us hills to climb and strength for climbing." Lester E. Angene Superintendent of Schools l 3 8 N Board of Education CL to Rl Mr William Tomko Rev W Il am Fa tner Mr Paul Totten Mr M lton Jaksik, Mr. Dale Mansperger. Dr Spartaco DiBiasio Director of Secondary Educat on Mention the word "Board" to a variety of people and most will respond quickly with the answer: five elected officials. The Board, however, aside from the elected members, symbolizes the vast Euclid educational complex. With headquarters in the Fordyce building, it includes the office workers who have somehow managed to keep several thousand IBM report cards straight. The movies that so often ani- mate the classroom screen are from the large audio-visual department housed in the main building. The Board is more than tive Monday-night policy makers, it is the hub of the Euclid school system. K ww.. my Mr. Robert Yocum, Vocational Guidance Counselor PRINCIPALS During his years at Euclid High, the student may or may not be aware of his principals. The college-bound sen- ior must become acquainted with Mrs. Sheats. lt's she who guides, counsels, and recommends students for colleges. Dr. Wiley will probably never be en- countered. He handles personnel, that is, the faculty- Dr. Bergem is likely to be visited unhappily as often as not. He handles students, enforcing regu- lations and solving such problems as lost lunch passes. Mr. Hunter, head principal, stands apart from the oth- ers who are his assistants. The student recalls Mr. Hunter's warm, friendly voice welcoming him to school in Sep- tember and speaking at a pep rally. The student wonders how else his prin- cipals function. The answer lies hid- den within the offices. Fully realized or not, their functions exist. Dr. Jerry Bergem 1 40 .-'- un- ? .,,v Mrs. Harriet Sheats T ,bs I-W, 'YLTTG --r-fe , RETURN I AND 2 r1r"ri im I ni-ni . Librarians CL to RJ: Mrs. Moeller, Mrs. Hazel, Mrs, Kadlec, Mrs. Shearer, Row 2: Mrs. Heglaw, Mrs. Haselkov. in... Dr. George Wiley LIBRARIANS With the innovation of passes to the library, the librarians no longer act as policemen to an over-sized studyhall, enforcing silence and two-at-a-table rules. Instead, by aiding students with reference materials, books, and maga- zines, as well as offering advice on the correct organization of a research pa- per, they effect a far more satisfying educational discipline. -sr 1 XJ N., Division G-L CL fo Ri: Mr, Donald Martin, Counselor, Miss Wilma Gilliam, Dean, Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor. Division S-Z CL to RJ: Dr. Robert Crary, Counselor, Mr. Frank Troglia, Dean, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Counselor 'vs i 142 if ,fills li if Division A-F CL ta RJ Seated: Mr. Fred Johns, Dean, Standing: Miss Sue Harris, Counselor, Mr. Robert McLaughlin, Counselor, Mrs. Jean Cox, Counselor. Division M-R CL to RJ: Mr, John Griffin, Dean, Miss Ruth Vermillion, Counselor, Mr, Merwin Staines, Counselor. i al ' ,. S 3 'Z ' 1:3 1,7 DEANS AND COUNSELORS Interrupting the class, on office messenger brings the white or green summons to the student. Immediately, if not being tested, the recipient trav- els to the administration corridor and his division office. The green slip serves notice that the school bureauc- racy has finally caught up with him and his periodic cuts. The counselor metes out liberal detentions. The white pass indicates a far more per- sonal and helpful function of the coun- selor. lt may represent the potential solution to a scheduling problem, a pupil-teacher conflict, or personal dif- ficulties. More than perfunctory po- licemen, the deans and counselors dis- cuss vital problems with the students of their divisions. 1,- M- And they think we re doing it for the grade." William Brown Judith Carmody 'lx .- vs -Q . .-.. "She's picking me up at eight." Mary Crotty Virginia DeMorci Lillian Drescher ' S' . v :wr rg : Q K K,a pf J is .ge J ' L N Joan Duprey Kathleen Fogarty Susan Harris Gerald Henderson Jack Jenkins Emelie Kay Q-A ' i 'S+ 55 N WET' ,- N , ,X " 6 i FN ff l im-v -Q1--r ,,,. .Q-N YT? if . 117' Qlt it l X X15 t Ann Livingston Francine McDonald Ronald Markwell Carole Niebes Kaye Madison Carol Marcus Katherine Measamer Myra Oliver Sure it's edible." Tanya Kokal demonstrates speech and cooking techniques. is JIS' SSS-ds...N.Y f. r . h 5 - A.. gigs "-it to 'il Lola Pinney Granville Smith Frank Pringle Larry Smith Leonard Robuck Rosemary Terango The good English class evolves from a variety of approaches to its subject matter. The practical communication of ideas unites with imagination to interpret literature. Thus, rules which the student often thinks stifling to his creative instinct actually become the vehicle that carries his insight to its proper end: an effectively-written com- position. With the relative mastery of grammatical forms comes the clearer expression of personal insight. Stu- dents ask what makes Hester Prynne "tick." They eagerly analyze the social complacency of Main Street or puzzle out the elaborate conceits of Milton and Donne. Imagination subjected to critical thinking and correct form pro- duces the phenomenon that is English. MATH The math department varies both approach and subject matter in its attempts to satisfy the needs of all the students within the high school. For those planning to learn trades and to acquire skills, it offers programs in technical and shop math. For those planning to attend college, it offers courses in geometry, algebra, trigo- nometry, calculus, and computer pro- gramming. This variety of courses gives the college-bound students a foundation in abstract math and sci- ence, and yields to the other students practical backgrounds in math. Di- versity, a rather un-mathematical con- cept, thus becomes the solution to the math department's problem of edu- cating all students. Sophamores orientated into the world of plane figures. "All right, class, this is my right hand." I4 Paul Avers Adrian Buerger Carl Clements James Cliffel Judith Curran Margie Gorslene 'Y - .e--K ' Al s NX. . t ..., ... Ill .. . ,.. tg-N ,K any " V 'F is f ' t swim . - A' , eggs, ,ri x b . l '-'.-. mfc .. '. ,jf ., Q 4-X -X .I ,- Tx' xtt ,:-. ' ' 4 -. -.. , rv if .f NX ,,,-4 . fx -:rl I fe 5, - -' ff ' fi i, 1 1 ,I .., 'Y su xl Sk' X 1.1, ' -a Y ' 1... Ron Lokar Charles Reno Donald Rinkes Dole Thompson Barrie Wilson F xi? Nl..- 1 A punch that won'f punch unless punched. ' l, r, 'S , in ,lie . N510 . "You people just don't appreciate the beauty of the quadratic equation." 147 SCIENCE Change is a function of the mind. ln science class, the spectrum of the student's knowledge constantly ex- ponds. He encounters new situations and is confronted with numerous prob- lems, most of which seem insolvable. He hypothesizes. In lab he is allowed to test his ideas, usually with a var- iance in result which defies a logical conclusion. He moves ahead, however, beyond the limits of the classroom, his concept of science changing to include many related fields. He realizes that the science he studies in class is the world oround him. 'Z I -ni pw LABracadabro Ronald Bcickos Olin Bailey Ruth Barrell James Calvert Nancy Clark Dole Davison Daniel Francetic Sheldon Freedman VW? William Gall in-of Dean Hawver 4 Albert Judge i-'53 s . ff 1"- Marilyn Lucas i - ' ' Richard Rackovan -si, we f Martin Reno Wi, if ' .5 X A " Mi it 2-iff 'liifik R ii ,il Nf'2s ff..-J. - x . Vi Q W 'nil l4 tg. V "J'iiii',, .mi lix. 1 . . .Ill I ,. I I , 1 "Mr. Judge, how did you get in there? "What, no Bosco?" -7 V --4 'A A- vm I4 .2 Richard Sleifh William Starr Donald Stennbrink 'C Agdrgt Q. r David Tanskl Dorolhy Tombclugh No protests now Stop burning your lunch pass " Edri Geiger Don Glaser Ronald Harding , , 'it ij? Ja i Frank Hoffert William Lindsoy Wllliam McCarter xr' vu wwe' All right class here s your movie chedule for the week." SOCIAL STUDIES Entering with his mind clear and un- perplexed, the student finds the dis- cussion topics of the social studies class to be of a quizzical, yet stimu- lating, nature. Without the incentive of Time magazine days and current events quizzes, the student is not likely to care about the world in terms lar- ger than his own scope of experience. The student, subjected to the intricacy of both current and historical events, is forced to become even slightly opin- ionated. He is given an opportunity to witness actual city government meetings so that he may understand the political machine that runs his community. Eventually he is informed of the practical aspects of economics, home and family, psychology, of world affairs. Whether or not he will pur- sue these areas, he is finally made aware. . ,. . . ,, . - , 1 ,L-A.-va.-4--4 y ' -- .-4 .:- ..e.t,.-:.f.+." N X - ,ww an L0 Guzman Backs to work 1 u I it Repetition recaps results. Gail Atleson Donna Bcumeister Ahmed Fellague 4-"::3 , 1... f-v A '59 Q, We K ' .J i K0ll"VYn Gates Constance Kreicher Eleonora Guzman Anthony Vaccariello RClYmond Hively Margaret Zimmerman "No, I don't talk with a Iithp." i- " E i 'K J 'M 2 If 3 if Ilia ,fran v I - :gy --A . 3 , Hconffol Pfmel to 3-G . . . Control panel to 3-G . . ." FOREIGN LANGUAGE For some, the ability to conjugate verbs and simultaneously manipulate indirect objects comes with an ease and understanding which is warmly welcomed by the instructor, Hours of diligent home study result in technical comprehension. Sessions of tape mim- icry inthe lab introduce the student to sound phrases which, when subjected to endless repetition, produce fluent speech. For others, day after day pass- es with the fog ot Iinguistical confu- sion only occasionally lifting. 11,-:a i 1 f"'3-- F 3" X w .f X J vi' ' " ' , V. ,, -' : j'.', U 'w-:fag--:.,.1.-4112: - ' . , .9 , , V' ""if:f1" 'H'72j "m3E3a:z.f5Ag:1:f:g-ent-f'"1 Al b , 4 f ..... 3 0 1, Shorthand supplies useful skills. Alvin Amster Harold Coylor James Furlong .N X f x. x 'Qufxr sf .35-ix il '?sE'fIN:'5fr + Clayton George Susan l-losler Frank Krpicak gvs-'vs , xf'4, '- X .V -. . ' ' ' Q . x Q X 5. xi Q f 3 x Q ' Q.z.-:- Q.. x L N vav"i1i: i I 'W-u Student 3297i punches card 27492. -rm u Q' A 5 It '45 A-5 A' M . if -'Q V Q34 " af' my . 1 l Y N H r tfflff f 4 if go e jar l K 4 3" lla in ' .V '. F .,.,V ,J . 1 J, Wy - 5 at -Q, ' K -I B Sl' Jaaflk fax' r--Vg ig iq' 1-Qzlllsv 'Vic YQ .aww- Wx Fi W mfs lqwv-1' he ,sb .Ns Q if .j' llul ,xl ,X V354 V J plfw ' ' Q I f r 4 K y I l l YE or W, 2: wx wif 3 th 'W " 4 "l , R + I thought I saw th Jean Lance William Liebal yxbn - ff' -'M ,, ..-7,1 i BUSINESS The business department is impor- tant in the development of future leaders. Whether a student ultimately becomes an executive in alarge firm or a secretarial assistant, his training begins here. Shorthand and typing are the first essential skills introduced to the student. Economics, key punch op- erating, and office practice add to the student's knowledge. Field trips prove profitable to the student. He comes back with on insight into various as- L, - pects of business. By combining actual X , ' work with class periods spent learning skills, the student learns many and 5' K varied techniques which will be useful . to him in his future profession. at book move I " David McKeIvey June Phypers Otto Santos Wilmer Shuster Edmund Mize Toni Rash Ben Sawyer Delores Tocco Carol Williams A 4, 'Q'--sf 3 Q-1 -.P C1 1p-.- if! ,sf gd. I vi -: Q :Exif-21' 1 S. '-.less 1fss.1:.g::.. .. . - 'M . - I. wer x . l55 HOME ARTS The Home Arts student is concerned with more than just learning to cook and sew. The responsibility of shop- ping for groceries for foods class and selecting materials for clothing be- longs to the individual. With this re- sponsibility comes the realization that quality merchandise must be pur- chased while keeping within a budget. She learns the arts of setting an attrac- tive table and serving a well-balanced, yet attractive, meal. Her instinct for choosing the colors and designs which flatter her is developed. Interior dec- orating becomes a first-hand experi- ence when each girl constructs and decorates her own miniature house. Family Living classes introduce many phases of family relationships and child development. When a student completes the Home Arts curriculum, she is familiar with all aspects of home-making. 1 Home Economic students acquire the art of table setting. "And now we take you to the white sauce where we'll meet ladybird." Richard Balthaser Judy Blechschmid Ronald Chambers Clarence Eckert Kathryn Frye . W thu' W "'E'.1"'f ,-. 156 CJ cv QM? . I YS is 'Y Al Galicki Richard Hungerford James Lawrence Catherine Newman Vinita O'DonnelI James Stanley John Germock Milton Kadlec Embert Martin Herb Nold Allan Poklar Marion Thomas "For my next act l'll levitate the building." , .-., we INDUSTRIAL ARTS Alone, absorbed, the whine of a ma- chine the only sound he hears, a boy in woodshop bends overa jig saw and turns his plans intoa physical reality. Another boy, in automotives, listens to the sound ot a malfunctioning engine, di- WQL agnoses the irregularity, and restores the motor to working order, Those with a certain mechanical aptitude can study electronics or work in the ma- chine or metals shop. These are the boys to whom industrial arts classes f are an opportunity to develop skills in their various fields of interest. 157 H, N .. 7-1 . 'V if ., Evil 'J Dale Harper Sam Taylor MUSIC More than other courses, the music class gives the student an opportunity for individual expression and the sat- isfaction of both singular and group achievement. While the soothing qual- ity of music occasionally relaxes dis- cipline as well as nerves, the majority of the' year is spent in serious vocal and instrumental preparation for frequent school and community performances. The technical skills of tone, pitch con- trol, fingering, and phrasing accom- pany the responsibility of blending as one with the whole. "Gimme an El" "DO, Re, Mi, Fa, So-what!" '4-1--5.41 L,A Boom! Boom! Boom! Art in the dark Still in the dark ART Hesitant and unsure, the art stu- dent applies the first brush strokes in a stiff, mechanical manner. Although he has a working knowledge of his tools and a background in art history and technique, he lacks the experience necessary for confidence. This gap is filled with countless experiments in smeary chalk, dripping watercolors, and other sticky, staining media. Tra- ditional tempera will yield to the tex- tured effects of coffee grounds and kleenex combined with paint. Work- ing with both traditional and experi- mental media, the art student will ac- quire this confidence and, more impor- tant, the satisfaction of creation. 'ip' 1 , Gertrude Hoeger Ted Theodore Fred Vollman JOURNALISM With a desire to master the art of effective reporting, the student invades the journalism class. Throughout the year he industriously fabricates factu- al, unbiased news accounts, He injects rhythm and tempo into his copy, futile- ly fighting against impending dead- lines. Assignments completed, he pur- sues the headlines which will capture and retain the reader's eye. The stu- dent successfully completes the course. Satisfied, he withdraws, possessing the ability to communicate accurately and interestingly with his peers. me ...VA 'v -M Brown leads" his class. . .,. s - v V" i K f-- M,-45,-pe. 1.1,-.Af ' ' ' Just learn to park and you'll make out fine. DRIVING Tom Hoffart John Supcmce Popular because of its immense practical applications, driving is Eu- clid's only classroom in motion. Aside from the actual manual training, the instructors eagerly stress theory and safety. The great demand for driving has caused its extension into the sum- mer program. During the school year, however, the seniors may secretly re- joice at their preferential treatment on the waiting lists. This favoritism is a singular senior academic advantage. - These long waiting lists are indicative of the importance of driver training. fv- l60 'W' ,QL s 4- I M615- 1. Adjusted Curriculum students learn the practical skills of being a cashier. Machines build minds. w if J :qt 1 sv Y , - es. N'T"""-M.. :Nh lol X I READING IMPROVEMENT A participant in Reading Improve- ment possesses a pair of anonymous eyes and an overtaxed brain. Eager to read faster and to study more efficient- ly, and willing student can spend one or more of his study halls improving his reading skills, The Reading Lab isn't just another way to avoid those boring forty minutes in the auditoriumg it is a place with a purpose. Frank Fowler Charles Lewis lik .mls ADJUSTED CURRICULUM Under the guidance of instructors with specially adapted teaching skills, students of the adjusted curriculum classes prepare for the days beyond graduation- Their learning experiences include the usual school courses, in- struction in technical machines and the singular satisfaction of individual accomplishment. w-av-vp ,sewn 5 ., 4 2 we ala., an-. T".,'.fi'7:,, 5 ww, .--- W-fm-'vw X :WWW ii f 14 4 ff f V. Nunsss ' 2 If the student's hall pass is valid, A V ' ne will be admitted into the dispensary. ' 'MV J. , , There, in the sterile world of methy- V i tak ' ' late and .lohnson's sheer-strip bond- I ffl gf, ' 'ff aids, he receives did for the finger :ESM nf 'Ai . he's stabbed playfully with his com- K. l 1 pass or the knee that was smashed in a ' game of field hockey. The nurse will ply her art, and when he leaves he will VHI' "'A " 4',Q.!"Q.,f , be repaired, armed, and ready to be- V4 A "ll glfl again. vfqewwffmwwgx 1 Ship up o F Im Nurses: Mrs. Helen Wise, Mrs, Yolando Kozlowski shape out? i 5 5 Six'-was X i NY: ' -'x i' f X fifwgw Y ti N- Q N r, shy., 595111: l 62 i Q 2 E 5 ,, f--Q ,- Now, if we can get the two bottom sections we'll have a snowman." Robert Addis Patricia Buck Arlene Carter Sandra Driscoll Harold Daugherty Don Mohr PHYSICAL EDUCATION Three staccato bursts of a teacher's whistle brings a frenzied rush of half- dressed students from the locker room. They are quickly sorted out and prop- erly aligned. After a brief exercise pe- riod, they dutifully follow their teach- er through the rituals of a scoreless touch football garne or a stick-swing- ing version of field hockey. What be- gins as orgainzed sport frequently ends as aimless, exhausting physical exer- cise. The bell rings, and they return to the sanctity of the building. Marilyn Reiff ' Vic Resch Howard Reminick Ed Tekieli 2 Gi 952' 22.7 my Margaret Tornstrom 4" +4 5.2 H xffil' ' Q rig' 'Mio-E.S1J jg, - A ,fi -'U l Q l l i 1 E-ROOM COORDINATOR The new student is unsure of what he should call Mrs. Martinson. He re- alizes quickly that her duties consist of scheduling E-Room activities, run- ning the fountain, and supervising the use of E-Room equipment. More im- portant ,however, is her office door which stays open to the E-Room reg- ulars and their many problems. She ranks high as an adult friend and con- tidante of Euclid students. The newly- enlisted E-Room enthusiast hesitates, then dubs her "Mom". TREASURER "Do l get my bus pass in the cafe- teria?" a stumbling sophomore asks. The answer, "No-go see Mr. Coats- worth," sends the student wandering through the halls looking for him. Mr. Coatsworth will be found in the trea- surer's office next to the auditorium. Within, he not only issues bus passes, but also cashes checks and processes club funds. "Why don't we turn it on?" , 'O-Q., 5: L.- W Q . s g , Mrs. Martinsen, E-Room Coordinator, Mr. Coatsworth, Treasurer df ig vm SEV' .s , 1 64 ...LJ SECRETARIES The secretary's day begins early. She opens the office, things begin to move. Mail and the day's agenda must find their way to the proper desk. The IBM numbers of absent students must be registered. A student enters her office waving a driving permit or a cut slip for a class he did not cut, and she re- refers him to the proper person. The school runs on practical things which the secretaries efficiently handle and supply Their day ends when halls and offices are empty. MAINTENANCE To run a school efficiently requires large amounts of administrative work, but it also requires practical mainten- ance, Size and complexity of the school add to the importance and quantity of this work. The boilers must function, the yards must be trimmed, the rooms must be cleaned, these and others are the tasks of our maintenance staff. r-1+ ...L l Q-uv C-A QA Maintenance Row 'I CL to RD Rose Lavalley Jenny Jackson, Alice Lesinsky, Mary Berus. Row 2: Frances Marn Rose Brancely Rose Trivisanno Ann Gienieo, Patricia Clark, Mary Powell. Row 3: Josephine Cos tango Angela Konte Ann Adler Kathryn Misiaszek, Abe Volk, Louie DeMore. t , , ev ' , wx tr:-og S '- xxx . X, ,ff X :?."sl'a-1-1 xg:-vx.,:Xf?.:,-E 1 - raw,-1,-.2 :-1,1 'I Lx 1-P3 isxsiiwiwig,1.-Q.. 1., f-.i'::rf:f::f4:i?his rss, 2 " '-: -I N x xy Wvilglc'S2-4f'qS2:EYE11f51k,Rfix5l1Sf'ifzix-Wrzg fgj 1 L .. - W .,. qw-..v. Q., , . . , .X . XFX ,, - X. N-K,-.mx-xx kk ,bu x NB -x-Swe,v,., . b - .vswkfaw--vm -X A aww. . ., X RN , ,'XS5Qv:km..Xg1wK':.': Sgr' wS2eRk?:A-:E-rfkii..f-ff :'- - - .f .- E - g x x : ' . , an 'C-5NxM,:wR,Q-1, -x. 'cw -,- 'uw-:if :GQ-gy-,Q-tg -, ,, Jw' ' , , Y.-:'i-.432 ' "w.-ew-'-55,2115if.:r5"'25.:E:..2sf?-..,bg farm . .5 W 1 ' . V ,,,:-vga,-gg','gs' x ' N 166 S 1 warn-mage: X 167 ,, .. NX 1 A x3 X ,A xv, ,. E t .. mx.. ix 3 xx x NN lximxxaff hh. X N -- .Q 9 The school remains open until ten a'clock primarily for night school, but a perceptive observer will note the presence of a younger set among the dreary-eyed moon- lighting Kent Extensionists who file out of the building. T h e younger set, however, is just as dreary-eyed, but a bit more jovial. This hungry group could be mem- bers of the Student Council deco- rating committee killing a Friday night to prepare for a dance, or Key Clubbers, Spirits, and Science Seminar bugs attending their weekly meetings. For various reasons students sac- rifice grades, week nights, study halls, and early dinners in order to sell cookies at bake sales, tutor students in Algebra, work repair- ing kiddies' toys, or practice for the sophomore play. His reasons for sacrifice are personal. He may dread the homey odor of boiling cabbage, or his mother's incessant nagging. His homework becomes less of a reality when his mind is occupied with the minor problems of book balancing the club trea- sury. He joins his club in anticipa- tion of reward, expecting an ex- change, his efforts for satisfac- tion. His goal may be the member- ship role of National Honor So- ciety, or a less selfish intangible. He expands his knowledge of sciences or social studies. He learns how to get along and how to humor, how to cajole, and how to treat success. His activity rewards him with relaxation and a small degree of happiness. Jr- ,N f , 4-114..q., . Y VIVV Aki inning, .,.- l Darlene Lipovec, Co-Editor Survey Editorial Staff Row 1 lL to Rl: Marilyn Surtz, Darlene Lipovic, Row 2: Russ Leisenheimer, Glenn Forsythe, Greg Mucce, Denms Lefond, Dan Jezerinoc, Mr. Smith, Advlsor. Row 3: Nancy Hagsfrand, Pat Znidarslk, Barb Elgin, Barbe Riebe, ' - ' . ' -, 1 V, r, 1. Qf x . Carol Wojcik, Tom Holloway. Row 4: Margaret Neilson, Brian Ross, Werner Lindquist. fl: 13, 1, ,-. - 1? an .22 1" l7O lolu fs -.fir Marilyn Surtz, Co-Editor Survey takes its revenge on a superior publication. SURVEY EDITORIAL Earnest industry collides with a con- tagious silliness. The unique result is the Survey. Submerged in the carnival effects of their multi-colored attempts at interior decoration, the Survey edi- torial staff gaily creates its eighteen issues. Staffers continually interrupt themselves to devour cookies, run up the hall and antagonize the Euclidian staff, or peel the paste-up glue off their hands. This year a highly-prized radio blares the static after school ac- . ' companiment to the Survey's original ,, . - ' brand of organization. Somewhere be- . .,,. 5 ,A tween the clowning, the Survey staff works. They must, for they produce a quality publication. The Euclidian will not divulge when or how, and destroy Survey's image. . l7l , Z I 'ti lflk fi il 2 ,Q ll I s 'N-w..'T'w "Mr. Smith, we didn't realize SU RVEY BUSINESS The refrain of familiar folk songs permeates the Survey area on Friday afternoons. Sustained by songs and cheers, the workers strive to finish the programs before the game. Aside from such Friday night diversions, the Sur- vey business staff industriousiy con- ducts a successful campaign in both the selling and the distribution of the issues. When the bi-weekly Survey reaches subscribers, a business staffer provides a human touch to the cold ex- change of the credit card and black and white folded paper. X X SMF sg XL, Borbefte Davidson, Co-Busuness Manager Peggy Wnttenmyer, Co-Business Manager es -T -e swear D .11 in E J 1 1 r Survey Business Staff Row 1 KL to RJ: Donwta Consilio, Barbeffe Davidson, Dawn Kepefs. Row 2: Judy Enchberger, Jennie Gasper Row 3: Duane Karrer, Barb Bohwnc. Row 3: Gaul Booth, Sharon Tharp Row 5: Jean Link, Marlon Schwarz. Row 6: Tom Mnlovec, Bonnme Stevens. Row 7: Jan Wolfenberg, Karen Oleskl, Judy Emmert. . Row B: Rnck Holloway, 173 A x i 'ww-rw .lumen E ,. '34 9 1 Student Council Row 1 CL to RJ: Margaret Nielson, Wendy Brown, Cheryl Reed, Linda Lackner, Marguerite Ehlert, Barb Wince, Luci Oliverio, Cindy Piller, Nancy Hogstrand, Barb Martin, Joann Svetin, Sue Frost, Becky Pate. Row 2: Sharon Geri, Margaret Pograis, Pat Zupancic, Shirley Krapence, Karen Lobas, Barb Romoser, Luvy Stucki, Shelley Spellman, Judy Perko, Tanya Kokal, Jill Haddock, Sharon Visoky. Row 3: Bill Millar, Helen Cim- balos, Vicki Takocs, Betty Schwane, Sandra Petite, Kathy Laurich, Donna Capella, Barb Riebe, Arrilla Casey, Connie Gregoric. Row 4: Dave Zuro, Dave McKee, Mike Thayer, Roz Stuzen, Jim Albini, Carol Frank, Linda Jerse, Robin Conti, Dan Kovatch, Joyce Yanchar, Mandy Birr, Barb Zele. Row 5: Ken Montey, Tom Renninger. STUDENT COUNCIL Student government at Euclid has been faced with a series of problems: a disinterested student body, lack of lmoney-making projects, no feasible service programs, and constant re- quests by other organizations for money. The general consensus was that in a school of our size, with the facilities available, there was nothing left to be done. This fallacy was dis- proved by this year's council. The council organized dances, collecting clothing for children in Appalachia, formed a committee to obtain senior privileges, stirred school spirit, and enlarged E-Room dancing privileges. Accomplishment characterized the trend of student government. Student Council Executive Board Row 'I lL to RJ: Wendy Brown, Bill Millar, Judy Rohrer, Ron Karash, Dale Racich. Row 2: Leslie McArthur, Barbara Bernlohr, Maureen Trotto. Row 3: Marie Tancredi. Paula Redding, Luci Oliverio. ' ' -'r' "ws-awww .- . .,,, X P 1 X .-. ,ff 5 +-'NNI' ? L Stamp Club CL fo RJ: Mr. Dickinson, Doug Hackle, Wayne Karberg M George Ga y Lukat Cliff Plott STAMP CLUB The world's mail pouches are the hunting grounds of a stamp collector. Euclid's Stamp Club consists of a handful of members that spends Wed- nesdoy evenings pouring over a stamp's watermarks, perforations, and issue dates. A desire to learn about other countries and the possible profits of a rare find, explain the phiIateIist's passion over a postage stamp. CHESS CLUB Kt-QB3, Q-K6 ck., Kt-Ki, Q-KB7 ck. mt. To the unknowing and uninitiat- ed, this strange notation holds no special meaning. To a member of the chess club, however, it signifies the con- clusion of another struggle between mock armies upon the confines of the chess board. More than a juvenile pre- occupation, chess materially represents the strategems of the combatitive mind. STAGE CREW After school, on Saturdays, and dur- ing rehearsals for weeks before a play, the stage crew hammers and saws, con- structing walls and stairways. The stage-hand sizes a flat, creating an orange and purple canvas wonder. Ev- entually the flat becomes part of the tediously-stenciled interior of a set, as personal whims are stifled to conform with the director's instructions. Even with the set completed, the crew can't relax for a performance. Sound ef- fects, lighting, and the care of props during a play comprise a large part of their duties. Stage Crew KL Yo Rl: Greg Sweigert, Bruce Lamb, Larry Shirk Dan Watkins Bob Edwardson B ll Dornbusch wm,.mw:A,,. , I fl" 1. 5 lk:-meaning Z 's1..?V5Q-niwdt l l Folk Club Row 'I KL to Rl: Gail Booth, Sue Albrecht, Linda Juratovacs, Sherry Salisbury, Lorelee Semick, Laura Bucknot, Denise Frak, Donna Dougherty. Row 2: Jim Albini, Sandy Hall, Bill Hasselbach, Pat Gibbons, Beth Acks, Linnea Purvis, Belinda Gromley, Ginny Sames, Kathy Salisbury, Don Watkins. Folk Club Executive Board CL to RJ: Sherry Salisberry, President, Jim Album, Student Council Repre- sentative, Mrs. Hoeger, Sponsor, Ginny Sames, ViceePresident. V 7 4- Q- S i eff rl,- l77 51- I " -.V -V 'sim 'lgf 5' Ce. .M ,M . ' W 'ff ?'5ti1.:' pi s' -P 4: - wpey-4,-we FOLK CLUB Though Bob Dylan ceased to be the rage among purists, Euclid's Folk Club still found him to be an exceptional folk singer. Unable to bring him to their meetings to perform, as they had done with many less-noted folk singers, they brought in record albums and lis- tened to them instead. A purist might have frowned, but Euclid's club does not wish to be a club of purists. lt's content to worship traditional folk music, dulcimers, and six-string guitars. s . , .V ,, "'2"X'f?3' - f ,514-' jg Lf2'-- ' "Z ff r -"- 'V'-1-2-'ig:3,.v V wwaafs gf f . . ' . - 1.1 ' f sf " .. . . v..,f'-mf., ,L .yi--,.-,.-,,.,.,--491. ,, ., ,,. -r fi- 1 'bfi'-A on-i 'f!1!.,.-'ff'I' S.-do-5. :T2w3Ti'f':,f':Xff!I" 'irfwfr -211.21 fdffl'-.":-f'5':-" :Fi '3f'l-'5'- - 1 N i M J J - - 'A K .4 I 1 t ' 1 Girl's Concert Choir Row 'I CL to Rl: Sherry Wohl, Karen Reinbolt, Chris Geer, Vickie Stevens, Clara Hille, Mary McDougal, Gail Booth, Judy Perko, Dale Racich, Denise Scheurman, Linda Reed, Sue Buchwald, Donna Burris, Pat Telich, Barb Habe, Arlene Lach, Sharon Violanti, Barb Metz, Agnes Skully, Gloria Weber, Cheryl Keyes, Donna Panke, Kathy Turner, Sandra Callow, Row 2: Donna Wilbraham, Nancy Geer, Ginny Lenarsic, Patsy Walters, Eva Hignite, Betty Grigonis, Raevern Bodmer, Nancy Schubert, Adrienne Wells, Linda Pozun, Maureen Horton, Barb Taylor, Jeanette Nemeth, Gloria Nalepa, Linda Burkhart, Penny Miller, Gloria DeMario, Judy Johnson, Karen Skolaris, Kathy Folk, Gerrie Nielsen, Sharon Pawlechko, Kathy Lutz, Debbie Detweiler. Row 3: Denise Perovsek, Carol Vehavic, Danna Yopko, Mattie Wilder, Linda Senger, Joyce Stimac, laurie Sickler, Becky Otcasek, Pat Faiken, Debbie Davidson, Vishna Franic, Karen Shook, Karen Katona, Beth Heglaw, Joan Kadow, Carol Schubert, Linda Cochran, Leslie Edwards, Sandy Cochran, Lucy Stucki, Candy Conley, Sandy Kavel, Marty Lennon, Row 4: Linda McLaughlin, Kathy Olds, Judy Klann, Martie Wiehn, Marie Tancredi, Carol Lube, Janet McCauley, Donna Phillips, Jackie Harris, Marilyn Braun, Mary Lou Cater, Terry Rechner, Sue Gustetic, Cindy Sak, Sandra Hall, Carlten Almbren, Barb Samsa, Gail Kehres, Leslie Stratton, Barb Reed, Monica Enders, Denise Frak, Janice Bradshaw, Jan Walker, Sue Kapler. Row 5: Cheryl Brown, Kathy Yanchar, Lorraine Kuret, Barb Bowman, Sue Land, Noreen Benvenuto, Mary Ann Cherney, Rosemary Stermone, Lynne Climo, Alice Cercek, Linda Horsey, Bonnie Champa, Marianne Garling, Carol Sestak, Carol Emmert, Lynn Sweigert, Rosemary Scott, Jackie Mason, Becky Kapferer, Kathy Krall, Joanne Biliclc, Gretchen Ulstrom, Carol Hitchcock, Marge Jarvis, Barb Martin, Judy Wright, Debbie Beckwith, Debbie Mihocik. CHOIRS ln vocal music, a simple melody is revised into a complicated score with a variety of parts. Aspiring singers re- is Q Q 6 hearse countless scores until they are Q able to sing every note correctly and A X Q 5 ci Wg, vibrantly. After working on dynamics, 7 4 ,Sf 2 the blurred faces sitting in the Choral f U , i . Room are transformed into melodious , M 'J A7 - " J' beings permitted to perform in public. ? vs 5 A 5' 5, During programs, nervous apprehen- sion is multiplied by sixty-odd girls, un- sure sophomores, and three shy men's sections. One dynamic director mas- ters the singers' individual spirits, channelling anxieties into the exhil- erating force which adds vitality to performance. Cadet Choir Row 1 KL to Rl: Barb Monohan, Sally Rogell, C. B. Tannehill, Jill Damberger, Laurel Warnke, Chris Reinwald, Sue Obreza, Laurel Abraham, Candy Scheurman, Janet Kozak, Lynne Bana, Laurel Letney, Cathy Lovin, Jane Jaquays, Robbie Anderson. Row 2: Marlaine Ryan, Pat Gibbons, Barb Dongress, Sandy Brachlow, Karen Silsby, Bonnie Dietrich, Sue Simon, Peggy Lovick, Chuck Koelling, Dave Lawrence, Jeff Lick, Bob Moskowitz, Peggy Zust, Kathy Frederica, Laurel Gulick, Karen Lobas, Pat Zupanc. Row 3: Eva Zucker, Diane Moats, Kathy Kochevar, Nancy Williams, Jennifer Aultz, Dannie Dugan, Jay Messner, Chris Cameron, Rick Thomas, Spiros Gonakis, Roger Munson, Cheri Kitko, Karen Zelman, Sallie Shemkunas, Pat Ellison, Nancy Winters, Rose Marton, Kathy Aufmuth. Row 4: Sue Hathaway, Ellen Mizner, Karen Braddock, Kathy Braddock, Bonnie Newton, Leslie Robinson, Lenore Buchholz, Ed Breese, Fred Minis, Tim Lawler, Martin Eble, Bill Bessire, Guy Mclntyre, Elaine Underkofler, Linda Tucci, Sue Sivic, Pat Mehollin, Nancy Edwards. Row 5: Judy Straughan, Shay Krejci, Dennis Berardinelli, Jeff Bish, Bob Sweet, Paul Nielsen, Terry Rieder, Doug Carney, Jim Davis, Bob Smith, John Francis, Dennis Lavorgna, Dean Bammerlin, Rick Brown, Randy Cebul, Barb Palmer, Barb Benson. Row 6: Kendall Staufter, Bob Willett, Dale Pekrul, Mark Pena, Mike Harris, Bob Hamilton, Tim Brennan, Mike Perry, Ray Clancy, Bob Matetich, Tony Petro, Louis Stevens, Bonnie Perpat, Sherri Dorn, Peg Brigden. l78 ...4Qb...AL..-.- Choral Masters Row 1 lL to Rl: Nancy Kaselak, Beth Hodder, Gloria Capretti, Linda Himes, Carleen Mack, Diane Frank, Karen Baur, Pat Friedman, Jill Jando, Sue Chandler, Linda Jerse, Donna Serksnts, Carol Heinz, Narrha Ross, Judi Sherwood, Glnny Clbbs, Laura Haytas, Cynthia Grant, Georgeann Orlando, Connie Beckv. th. Row 2: Nancy Hagstrand, Kathy Pausic, Judy Whitney, Cynthia Mavec, Chip Roberts, Cheryl Gilles: e, Linda Kadzw, Marcia Chapman, Carol Frank, Cec Hunt, Tanya Kokal, Judi Brown, Cookie Hudock, Carol Hayward, Danna Daugherty, Pat Letoncsky, Debbie Van Korngut, Barb Frizzell, Barb Eglin, Linda Akrabcff. Row 3: Margaret Nielsen, Marsha Dunker, Sheryl Glicker, Carol Wortrnan, Marsha Eeery, Pat Rock, Cheryl Oyler, Lorraine ParuI.s, Sue Albrecht, Kathy Calvert, Karen Llngenfelter, Betty Hudson, Sally Ferns, Gail Bahr, Earb Zcle, Dawn Jazkson, Marsha Hadakievic, Rosemary Kozar, Darlene Gortz, Pam Margheret, Carol Whittaker Row 4: Pat Mann, Dave Russell, Bob Pignatiella, Dick Tiderman, Frank Match, Steve Zdara, Bob Troop, Torn Seddon, Bill Hasselbach, Bill MacDonald, Jim Brown, Jchn Lipnicki, Marty Frank, Chuck McLaughlin, Cliff Plc-tt, Jim Deviney, Randy Price, Mark Capretta, John Arko, Pat Znidarsic, Donna Fink. Row 5: Rcn Swecd, Tom Barker, Bob Vicic, Jim Klopovic, Rick Yager, Ray Brow, Doug Hackle, Steve Kirk, Tom Boyce, Joel Sarich, Neil Blasse, Don Miller, Harold Glenn, Greg Pike, Larry Grigsby, Dave Heuer, Jeff Carrish, Dave Gubanc, Jerry Suhar, Jim Baron, Dan Hoffman, John Ruszln, Jim Marino. Choral Masters Executive Board Row 1 lL to RJ: Greg Pike, Dxane Frank, Sally Ferris, Carol Frank, Cec Hunt. Row 2: Bob Vtcic, Dan Hoffman, Joel Sarich, Jim Marino, Barb Zele, Dawn Jackson I79 3 into . CHORAL MASTERS The Masters assemble third period every day, motivated by a common in- terest, to be Euclid's outstanding choral group. Regardless of motivating inter- est, canfusion invariably descends up- on a mixed choir of over one hundred students. Section leaders try to un- scramble the attendance slips, while singers impatiently fold and unfold the collapsible arms of their chairs. Noisily, restlessly, they wait to be led. The transformation begins when Mr. T. converts musical goals into more basic terms. "Vitality through sup- port" means get your gut under it. Popular tunes solve the problem of har- mony. The seconds pit the intervals of "Here comes the Bride" against the tenor's rendering of the "Old Oaken Bucket." The Masters catch on. Pres- sures of a performance convert persis- tent flatting to a surprisingly pleas- ant harmony. The group lapses per- iodically into the lethargy of justified satisfaction, then noisily and ener- getically accepts the challenge of music. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Composed of a group ot band rooms, the instrumental complex opens the day with a slightly sharp B-flat Con- cert scale and closes with a lone clari- net's melancholy wail. Chronologically, instrumental music begins with the glorious marching season, accompan- ied by glorious chopped lips and delicious hot orange drink. An intense- ly spirited group, all members submit to Euclid Roulette, the completely wrong marching Bibles, and a demand- ing director. Quickly, the big-band blare is exchanged for a polished con- cert style. Musicians replace marchers. Weekly sectionals and challenges break the monotony of forty-minute rehearsals. Beer-hall saxes are tenderly coaxed into mezzo forte during pianis- simo passages. Early shaky perform- ances are forgotten as individuals prac- tice and practice. But the practice rooms aren't always overflowing. ln- stead, the bandsmen's experiences tre- quently are frivolous. The distinctive society remains an enigma only to the uninitiated. Sacriticing individualty, members unite talents to create. Bend Sergeants KL to RJ: Joel Sarich, Bill Baillie, Tom Payne l8O CONCERT BAND TENOR SAXOPHONE: Randy Kuznik Dave Pultorak BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Rick Holloway CORNET: Neil Blasse Tom Holloway Dave Huncharek Dave Kershaw Dave Kurrent Burks Oakley Dudley Prisel Jael Sarich FRENCH HORN: Jim Campbell Harry Deckman Patti Gingell Linda Holly Rich Preztak Tom Renninger Dave Schaser Carol Smith TROMBONE: Ronald Cooney Tim Masek Wayne O'Neill Marc Steindler Leroy Williams BARITONE: Tom Campbell Greg Mucci Tom Payne Steve Soloky Jim Zoller TUBA: Werner Lindquist Bill Millar Martha Ross Dennis Sutton STRING BASS: Tom Lewis Pat Mann PERCUSSION: George Bilyk Russ Kane Greg Pike Bill Srnick Jerry Tomko .-..,W,.,,-A f-,- -V , --" A FLUTE: Diane Bryan Judy Coolidge Carole Neurneyer Cynthia Phelps Nancy Robb Sandy Skrlj Claudia Stallings Marilyn Surtz Peggy Wittenmeyer OBOE: Bill Baillie Barbara Butt Kathy Hayes CLARINET: Anthony Bonanno Ruth Bronstead Walter Bubley Jill Janda Diane Karrer Jim Kershaw Vic Markovich Glenn Miller Lucille Oliverio Chuck Pereksta David Rebeck Paula Redding Mike Savarin Linda Scheibel Trudy Tolar Jan Tuckerman Cathy Wassil Judy Whitney Marian Zaic ALTO CLARINET: Paula Kuchling Art Yerty BASS CLARINET: Jim Knight Ron Lewis BASSOON: Jerry Kirchner Robert Modic Quentin Stout ALTO SAXOPHONE: Ron Abrams Pat Meighan Robert Rose Jack Strok Chevrons Row 'I lL to Ri: Pat Meighan, Glenn Miller, Bill Baillie, David Rebeck, ,Vic fllarkovich, Burks Oakley, Joel Sarich. Row 2: Judy Coolidge, Peggy Wittenmyer, Marilyn Surtz, Jill Jando, Sandy Skrlj, Barbara Butt ii i-xl 'll t ull I nz: l8l 'Sa lr, 182 CADET BAND FLUTE: Douglas Cooney Priscilla Dickinson Carole Fierle Susan Frost Betsy Gaydos Bonnie Gilles Beth Hamby Rosemarie Jazbinski Barbara Nason Elaine Sabo Jane Telling CLARINET: Martha Bartel Wayne Cetinich Pamela Cooney Jim Davis Karen Hennie Dorothy Hocevar Dale Kalamasy Anita Pesec Joe Sanda Barbara Seifert BASS CLARINET: Mary Margaret Tucci OBOE: Janice Birr Phyllis Dickinson Sharon Kelly BASSOON: Cindy Baillie Shelly Tarantino ALTO SAXOPHONE: Larry Anderson Lee McBride Sandra Norris David Virginia Ken Warren Jerry Zimmerman TENOR SAXOPHONE: Frank Botz Tim Dular John Petro BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Ken Kelember CORNET: Dan Barrick Dave Barrick Derrell Capes Al St. John Les Sherman Wayne Streble Vince Traven Robert Watts FRENCH HORN: Douglas Kelley Laura Maoswinkel David Watterman BARITONE: Ed Barrett Jack McKee Mike Sikora TUBA: Steve Soloky TROMBONE: Leigh Thomas PERCUSSION: Roger Antonick Tom Barker Harold Bork Jim Francis Al Horvath Keith McManns Jim Shilander VIOLIN: Lisa Bailey Janet Basa Gail Booth Bryan Dadlow Richard Dvorak Judy Gasper Sarah Goslee Linda Herak Mary Ellen Jaklic Dawn Kepets Chris Kowicki Pam Madden Carol Pograis Margaret Pograis Jim Schutte Nancy Tianello Dan Watkins VIOLA: Janice Birr Glen Forsythe Mary Macke CELLO: Barb Gilles Dale Nemeth BASS: Richard Baranowski George Carter Tom Lewis PIANO: Sue Williams 183 ORCHESTRA FLUTE: Judy Coolidge Douglas Cooney Bonnie Gilles Carol Neumeyer Cindy Phelps Peggy Wittenmyer OBOE: Bill Ballie Laurie Harris CLARINET: Jill Janda Diane Karrer Vic Markovich SAXOPHONE: Ron Abrams Randy Kuznik Pat Mann Leland McBride Dave Pultorak Bob Rose CORNET: Neil Blasse Dave Ranker Joel Sarich FRENCH HORN: Dave Schaser TROMBONE: Tim Masek Wayne O'Neil PERCUSSION: George Bilyk at FUTURE TEACH ERS OF AMERICA Alone with a problem, a textbook, and her pupil, the F.T.A. member learns as she tutors. The frustrations born of the inability to communicate the fundamentals of a subject become a reality to her. As she works with her pupil, she develops a way of trans- mitting her own understanding. Re- lentless effort from both aspiring teacher and student end with the sat- if--.. Isfoctlon of mlnlrnol goals' F.T.A. Executive Board Row 'I IL to Rl: Barbette Davidson, Marilyn Surtz. Row 2: Linda Jerse, Peggy Wittenmyer, Sharon Geri, Secretary, Ginny Novince. Row 3: Betsy Gaydos, Judy Perko, Treasurer, Linda Koeth, Carol Frank, Row 4: Tanya Kokal, Nancy Hagstrand, Historian, Jill Goodwin, Judy Whitney, President, Joyce Yanchar, Vice-President. F.T.A. Seniors Row 1 IL to Rl: Laura Bauman, Becky Rupert, Marie Marko, Pat Weber, Jane Horvat, Dinah Tannenbaum, Kathy Benda, Gail Bahr, Cathie McGraw, Pat Gregic. Row 2: Barbette Davidson, Paulette Kuchling. Terry Stepic, Leslie Cook, Trudy Tolar, Marie Tancredi, Carol Woicik, Judy Eichberger, Toni Milavec, Stephanie Cardullias, Starlyn Hudec, Cathue Wills. Row 3: Jean Link, Carol Miller, Jean Baker, Jill Malkas, Darlene Lipovec, Sharon Visoky, Jean Schultz, Jan Woltenberg, Jill Haddock, Sandy Hall' Row 4: Ginny Novinc, Donna Huebner, Carol Probert, Sharon Rutkie, Mary Ann Mukavetz, Larry Neuvurth, Cecile Rrnaldi, Barb Zele, F.T.A. Juniors and Sophornores Row 1 CL to Rl: Shirley Krapence, Kathy Pausic, Mary MacDougall, Kathy Discenzo, Karen Shook, Marilyn Mann, Karen Skolaris, Carol Pred, Jill Goodwin, Nancy Hagstrand, Gail Polly, Sharon Paulechlco, Debbie Naderer, Pat Teluch, Lynne Bona, Beth Hamby, Kathy Marten. Row 2: Kathy Calvert, Martie Wiehn, Clara Hille, Cindy Sak, Eva Gustetic, Pam Long, Carol Hitchcock, Donna Phillips, Peggy Tarantino, Betty Grigonis, Karen Katona, Barb Wlle, Joanne Allchin, Gloria DeMario, Gloria Weber, Elaine Saba, Row 3: Claudia Stallings, Rosemarie Grabitz, Sally Gulich, Patt Griffin, Mary Ellen Jaklic, Mary Ellen Garisek, Jill Janda, Diana Loeth, Kathy Somrals, Linda Zadd, Rose Morton, Karen Karberg, Barb Reed, Salli Shemkunas, Karen Holodniak, Sue Simon, Marian Zaic, Row 4: Carolyn Kostansek, Dorothy Urbancic, Sherry Macaul, Linda Koeth, Dottie Voitek, Rosemarie Jazbinski, Sharon Anderson, Sue Chandler, Carol Henikman, Shelley Spellrnan, Mike Harris, Jan Bradshaw, Bonnie Dietrich ,Sandy Doles, Debbie Davidson, Barb Shenk, Laura Forsythe. Row 5: Jan Ehlert, Lynn Horsey, Carol Ivancxc, Linda Kopniske, Linda Dailey, Leslie McArthur, Diane Karrer, Sherry Wieland, Pamela Madden, Robert Sikorski, Cathleen Clements, Monica Naworki, Bob Wallace, Richard Schneider. we 3 71" ri l K .-1 F.N.C. Row I CL to RJ: Rosemary Kozar, Sharon Tharp, Sigi Stephens, Becky Pate, Ginny Cibbs, Donna Fink, Diane Fellman, Susanne Fryer, Kathy Moore, Diane I-lannan Row 2: Carol Heinz, Donna Pisnar, Marilyn Mann, Jackie Cabala, Nancy Robb, Jeanette Lewis, Barbara Emser, Nancy Schubert, Rosemarie Grabitz, Cathy David, Kathy Callahan, Holly Kulka, Row 3: Pat Geddis, Joan Prileson, Mary Jo Klocker, Terry Rechner, Andi Vidrnar, Pat Schneider, Diane Dryer, Laura Bucknot, Sue Frost, Carole Caghan Row 4: Kathleen Boyd, Carlene Almgren, Judy Sherwood, Nancy l-lavener, Dorothy Hocevar, Karen Hennie, Rosemary Klancar, Nancy Bur, Mary Blazek, Cheryl Brown. Row 5: Eileen Roth, Cindy Phelps, Margaret Pograis, Dottie Voitek, Patti Gxngell, Carol lyancic, Linda Kopniske, Janis Essex, Judy Luckay, Carol Kovacic F.N.C. Officers IL to RD: Pam Margheret, Secretary, Pat Znidarsic, President, Marilyn McBride, Vice-President, Not present: Noreen Cavan, Treasurer. 1 1 l l l FUTURE Nunsss CLUB 1 A little girl first realizes her nursing aspirations on a battered doll that 3 somehow survives her first clumsy ban- ? dages. As she matures, she herself C 1 , struggles to survive chemistry and ad- vanced biology. She spends her free , time working as a member of F.N.C. Attending lectures and planning fre- quent mass attacks on hospitals she prepares for her profession. ln the Fu- ture Nurses Club she becomes aware of stiff requirements that she will have to endure before a starched uniform is an integral part of her life. U' .s + aj .,' V ., 5:7 'f"1'-V - : - 45159: I s -1,,.fsf- . . 5'-'t 1- . , ' i,-.:.-. ' l85 ,rt-' w e -Q A fs I x Friendship Club Sophomores Row 'I CL to RJ: Janice Birr, Mary MacDougall, Clara Hille, Bonnie Vandeveer, Sybil Tetrick, Clarabeth Tannehill, Laurie Letney Laurel Gulick, Sandy Brachlow, Vicki Stevens, Pat Zupanc, Peggy Zust, Beth Hamby, Donna Panke, Chris Reinwald. Row 2: Jane Jaqugvs, Cindy Conley, Karen Silsby, Cindy Fried, Pat Meholin, Rose Marton, Sandy Kavel, Kathy Carpenter, Barb Monahan, Jan Subel, Sue Sivik, Sherry Grimes, Peggy Lovick, Nancy Edwards Vishnu Franic Pat Faiken Blanche Pierce Karen Lobos. Row 3: Salli Shemkunas, Kathy Laurich, Elaine Sabo, Margy Porter, Denise Frak, Barb Palmer, Joyce Siat, Sue Sterlekar, Linda Pozun, Margie Costello, Sharon Erickson, Cathy Moore, Maryann Kohut, Dolores Kozar, Karen Karberg, Susan Hewitt, Geri Adamich. Row 4: Kathy Yonchar, Donna Plickert Lucy Stucki, Sandy DiNardo, Sandy Doles, Linda Zadd, Bonnie Newton, Beth Heglaw, Barbara Reed, Betty Grigonis, Eva Hignite, Sandy Vrh Sue Gustetic Kathie Wilber Lenare Bucholz, Judy Johnson, Gloria DeMario, Pat Steigauf, Row 5: Miss Marsh iAdyisorl, Fran Roberts, Pat Walker, Marion Reinke, Sue Kapler, Ellen Mizner, Shirley Chisholm, Kathy Kadlec, Monica Naworski, Linda Senger, Cindy Sak, Robbie Redfield, Barb Samsa, Colleen Skonier Sandy Teshner, Peg Brigden, Rose Kimosh, Carol Hitchcock, Mary Lou Stahre, Linda Beechuk, Senior Friendship Club Row 1 IL to RD: Linda Scharlau Sandy Schwabauer Kathy Benda Donna Malz Jane Puncoh Shirley Nlagnani Linda Kovoch Janet Kerzisnik Cecilia Land Mary Kastelic Judy Francis Vicki Takacs. Row 2: Betty Hudson Jan Brazalovics Shirley Humbert Carol Oznowich Linda Lackner Dorothy Pozun Pam Margheret Gail Bohr Elaine Bubonics, Carol Bell Vicki Russell. Row 3: Elaine Grigos, Sidney Kellerman Elaine Belpulsi, Renee Redfield, Maureene Otis Jean Ulle Mila Templeton Tanya Kokal Sharon Lang, Jill Haddock Pat Donner JoAnn Waichunas Cheryl Kostick Donna Pisnar Sandra Hamilton. Row 4: Miss Tocco ladvisorj Barb Doles Hazel Barn- hart Cheryel lafelice Carol Pork Robin Conti Sandy Kormendi Joyce Vanchar Barb Zele Marsha Hodakievic Carlene Almgren Donna Helmick Lori Slaby Sandi Andrulis Linda Baron Toni Odda Donna Mates Joan Reiter Cheryl Grzsik Helen Cimbalos. l86 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J , .1 1 1 s If r s f X . 1 if L. Nix - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 I f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. .. 5 ri I ' , , -, Q 6 Q' ' P Friendship Club Juniors Row 1 CL to RJ: Pam Walker, Sharon Violanti, Judy Perko, Barb Martin, Trudy Goodwin, Jill Goodwin, Peggy Tarantino, Marilyn Perko, Kathy Pausic, Gail Polly, Nancy Schutt, Karen Skolaris, Nancy Smerdel, Marilyn Mann, Michele Scacco, Lynn Saulisberry, Theresa Zupancic, Barb Emser, Gerri Artz, Kathy Discenzo, Row 2: Janice Anderson, Donna Bashel, Noreen Rossi, Teri Testa, Pam Budinsky, Nanci Kane, Sandy Cochran, Donna Daugherty, Linda Cochran, Pat Doyle, Virginia Dadante, Martie Wiehn, Nancy Kocjancic, Dorothy Urbancic, Dorothy Kolegar, Holly Kulka, Luci Oliverio, Carol Schmidt, Katie Kalan. Row 3: Sharon Anderson, Beth Acks, Carolyn Kostansek, Linda Pestotnik, Barbara Bowman, Sue Siefert, Pat Sinclair, Joann Svetin, Judy Luckay, Chris Kowicki, Luba Hadzima, Sherry Macaul, Pamela Madden, Patt Griffin, Norene Skerly, Shirley Krapence. Row 4: Marian Schwarz, Marg Jarvis, Laurie Haytas, Maryann Cherney, Sherry Wieland, Linda Doliack, Kathy Batich, Rene Ames, Carol Wasnac, Karen Andrews, Carol Kovacic, Sue Christie, Lynn Hoisey, Donna Capella, Laurie Harris, Debby Beckwith. Friendship Executive Board CL to Rl: Roz Stuzen, Jan Bradshaw, Barb Nason, Linda Jerse, Lynn Gulich, Cindy Piller, Jeanne Allchin, Donna Phillips, Leslie McArthur, Marianne Garling, Barb Wile, Michele Svigel, Ann Trommetter. FRIENDSHIP CLUB Re-establishing the purpose of Friendship, this year's members justi- fiably equated their organization with service. The club informally adopted Parmadale Home as their project. Al- though the Christmas party in the E- Room for over one hundred children highlighted their efforts, the club did not function seasonally. Members devoted many weekend afternoons reading to and playing with the young Parmadale children. The Friendship Formal became a deserved climax to their service record. l87 KEY CLUB When faced with the problem of what to do with the largest Key Club in International, one type of activity provided most of the solution: let's have a party. Though never the prod- ucts of great planning, the parties al- ways supplied enough activity among the members of this service organiza- tion to keep them interested. An in- terested membership is always willing to serve, both community and potato chips. 44,414 . Key Club Executive Board CL to Rl: Tom Kren, Sophomore Class Director, Tom Seddon, First Vice-President, Paul Gyongyos, Second Vice-President, Chuck Cox, Secretary, Glen Forsythe, Senior Director, Mr. Beacham, Kiwanis Advisor, Jack Farrill, Junior Director, Bill Millar, President, Tony Rattini, Treasurer. Key Club Row 1 KL to RJ: Randy Price, Tony Rattini, Bill Millar, Paul Gyongyos, Tom Holloway, Chuck Cox, Glenn Forsythe, Tom Seddon, Jack Farrill, Tom Kren, Row 2: Dan Kovatch, Jerry Blackford, Paul Leber, John Curtis, Rick Gallagher, Dave Zuro, Bob Vicic, Jake Causs, Dan Stocker, Bill Kentner, Mike Vandeveer, John Crawford, John McKiernan, Eric Carlson, Jim Forristell, Dan Hoffman, Ron Karash, Rick Yager, Jim Francis, Jim Moore, Greg Pike, Larry Neuvirth, Joel Sarich. Row 3: Paul Hauser, Rollie Yanchar, Ray Brow, Steve Lowry, Dave Kurrent, Barry Bolka, Don Rolla, Mike Thayer, Al Smith, Steve Bayer, Tom Campbell, Kim Kimberly, Bill Cathcart, Jim Kershaw, Leland McBride, Wayne Streble, Steve Kirk, Rick Holloway Row 4: Al Hangen, Tom Boyce, Jack Strok, Steve Fox, Mark Capretta, Brian Cox, Chuck McCracken, Dick Kolesar, Bob Troop, Rick Tiderman, Jim Simone, Bob Pignatiello, Jeff May, Paul Haffer, Tone White, Paul Nielson, Gary Ciprian, Randy Cebul, Dave Brunson, Doug Keller, Bob Zonar, Tom Cathcati, Les Sherman. Row 5: Rex Bendure, Tom McRedmond, Mark Springer, Dave Kershaw, Tim Campbell, Ned Simpson, Joel Kapler, Walt Bubley, Doug Bartholomew, Al Pillar, Steve Zadra, Doug Hackle, Nick Zodnik, Marty Frank, Mike Fergus, Denny Lefond, Fred Mills, Dove Russell, Dave Gubanc, Jim Guinter, Geoff Swisher, Dave DiBiasio, Alec Wightman, Dick Clark, Don Maxa, Chris Mandel, Richard Danch, Mike Mantz, 1 I l88 Q7 had ,-"' Cheering Block Row 1 IL to RJ: Carlene Almgren, Laura Bauman, Judy Eichberger, Cheryl Kostick, Cecilia Land, Kathy Yanchar, Laurie Sickler, Nancy Williams Row 2: Jo Ann Waichunas, .lean Link, Rosemary Kozar, Carol - 9 Schmidt, Barb Martin, Laura Haytes, Marg Jarvis, Joann Svetin. Row 3: r 'cf Patricia Sinclair, Sue Siefert, Karen Oleski, Judy Emmert, Katie Kalan, Sharon Skeivis, Karen Skolaris, Sandy Stritof, Row 4: Nancy Schutt, Norene Skerly, Shirley Krapence, Barb Nason, Linda Bohrnc, Sherry Wieland, Monica Nawor- , ski, Chris Kowicki Row 5: Marian Schwarz, Sandy Schwabauer, Debby Van- Lg Korngut, Marge Klein, Jan Wolfenberg, Mary Kastelic, Barb Eglin, Sharon Visoky Row 6: Sherry Grimes, Sharon Rutkie, Carol Probert, Sue Mahusky, I Pam Long, Pat Doyle, Mary Helen Biello, Sandy Schervish. Row 7: Sandy i Brachlow, Laurie Gulick, Patty Stergauf, Blanche Pierce, Cheri Kitko, Clara Hille, Shelley Tarantino, Debby Beckwith. Jan Schneider, Cheering Block President A.F.S. Student Committee Row I IL to RJ: Diane Frank, Dale Racich, Maureen Trotto, Judy Perko, Sheryl Glicker, Robin Alexander, Sue Mahusky, Sharon Gerl, Cindy Wallace, Nancy Lohrey, Kathy Marten, Carol Pred, Row 2: Ron Karash, Rick Nurmi, Anne Zupancic, Linda Himes, Sue Borsch, Leslie McArthur, Laurie Harris, Barb Frizzell, Amy Trommetter, Ned Simpson. Row 3: Mike Harris, Debby Lipstreuer, Aydin' Tozeren, Bill Millar, Mr. Fellague, Mr. Hively, Mrs. Guzman, Mrs. Zimmer- man, Mrs. Baumeister, Miss Atleson, Margaret Nielson. l89 CHEERING BLOCK Organized to dispel the idea that Euclid students are apathetic and lack- ing in school Spirit, the Cheering Block enjoyed a large turnout from all classes and both sexes. Following the cheer- leaders and applauding the band, it formed a unified voice in a sea of con- flicting sounds, A colorful matrix of blue and gold, the block was a vocal personification of the inner enthusiasm of the student body. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE Before the school year even begins, the foreign exchange student learns many totally American customs, large- ly through American Field Service ac- tivities. This year A.F.S. extends its welcome to Aydin Tozeren of Turkey. The club also promotes Americans abroad, like Margaret Nielsen who spent the summer in Sicily through A.F.S. Presenting artistic international assemblies as well as creating the dis- tinctive posters that announce the for- eign films, A.F.S. enthusiastically sup- ports the program of foreign exchange, CAMERA CLUB The suprised student can only blink in resignation after he has been affron- ted by the click-and-flash style of the camera club member. Appeased, the cameraman retreats to the dark room, where he tiendishly awaits the proof of his technique. The true satisfaction is achieved through enthusiasm which, when combined with a scrupulous maintenance of equipment, produces a clear and candid manifestation of good work. MOVIE CLUB The Clank and clatter of the film cart rolling down the hall announces the arrival of the Movie Club member. He has come, adding novelty to an otherwise routine class, by instructing a teacher in the operation of a pro- jector or a tape recorder. His services, however, are not all academically ori- ented. During lunch periods, he pro- vides the popular 31 diversion-noon movies. "No wonder they complained. We forgot to take the cop off!" Movie Club Row 1 CL to Rl: Diane Esplandiu, Sue Jost, Roger Sheppard, Pat Geddes, Betty Ciammaichella, Becky Esplandiu, Judy Brown, Row 2: Larry Kemper, Dave Zgonc, David l-laller, John Havrilek, Paul Haffer, Bob Schauer, Wayne Karberg. ll' . m., 5 190 will 1 G 9 Qi w Foremen's Club Row 'I IL to RJ: Tom Kilkenny, Walter VonTilberg, Tim Stupicci, Bob Schmidt, Ed Tulauskas. Row 2: John Tucceri, Bruce Batt, Al Ehrke. Ads Club Row 'I CL fo Rl: Barbara Haddad, Gerri Artz, Kathy Salisbury. Row 2: Judi Zivkovich, Ginny Yapel, Judy Whitney. Row 3: Linda Fleete, Linda Petkovic, Laura Fleete, Eileen Roth. i C C FOREMEN'S CLUB Personal instruction and attention are important factors in an industrial arts course. The novice craftsman, in his first contact with complex machi- nery, requires constant supervision be- cause of the intricacies and dangers involved in operation. The members of the Foreman's Club, skilled and reli- able, accept the responsibility for their fellow worker's safety. ADS CLUB "Buy your ticket for the game! They're on sale in the cafeteria during all lunch periods." Each week, this familiar cry of the Ad Club member in- terrupts the students' lunch. Collecting tickets at the games, punching passes, and stamping hands with the large letters spelling Euclid are the club's responsibilities. The members work en- thusiastically, performing their duties and promoting school spirit. l9l GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB Surviving the humiliation and good natured cajolery of the previous year, the new leader encounters more be- wildering situations than she is pre- pared for. That first step into the casually waiting gym class is one which leads to greater leadership abili- ties, development of actual skills, and mounting responsibilities. The repeat- ed whistle attacks and the shouted yell of "Lineup", the dispensation of de- cisive gym marks, and the daily deluge ot exercises are a part of the leader's routine. Although she may not be the most physically adept person in the class, the girls' leader's integrity and enthusiasm receives the respect of her classmates. "Eek! lt's Batmintonf' Girls' Leaders Club Row 'I CL to Rl: Jan Tuckerman, Judy Rohrer, Barb Bernlohr, President, Caro! Woicik, Vice-President, Barb Bohinc, Secretary, Trudy Tolar, Treasurer, Margaret Nielsen, Historian. Row 2: Betsy Gaydos, Peggy Wittenrnyer, Tony Milavec, Jill Malokas, Tanya Kokal, Barb Laser, Diane Dryer, Row 3: Barb Eglin, Ellie Vincent, Jill I-lacldock, Sandy Kormendi, Terry Stepic, Paulette Kuchling, Barb Nason. Row 4: Marie Tancredi, Judy Whitney, Marilyn Surtz. Row 5: Linda Jerse, Roz Stuzen, Jean Schultz. Row 6: Cecile Rinaldi, Donna Fink, Patti Gingell. Row 7: Barb Zele, Joyce Yanchar, Sue Mahusky. Row 8: Deb Beckwith, Linda Bohinc, Linda Scheibel. Row 9: Dale Racich, Jacky Mason, Cec Hunt, Sandy Schervish. i i '55-3f1 "':. , ,,....11nl l92 Sei! G.L.C. Officers Row 'I KL fo Rl: Barb Bohinc, Carol Woicik. Row 3: Miss Reiff, Advisor. Eenie-Meenie-Miney-Moe . . . I", ,, Trudy Tolar, Margaret Nielsen Row 2: Barb Bernlohr, GIRLS' ATH LETIC ASSOCIATION Each Monday afternoon, when the great green divide is lifted, flocks of girls overwhelm both the boys' and girls' gyms. Grouped into ferociously loyal teams with esoteric names, Girls' Athletic Association members enthusi- astically throw themselves into the cur- rent of competitive sports. Jubilant shrieks signal a victory for the "Whoo- pientsf' An "Oleo's Butter" flails her arms around, flying through the series of contortions that eventually score her team a point. The appeal of GAA. lies in its spontaneous exuber- ance, its energetic release, and its co- ed volleyball program. G.A.A. Officers Row 1 IL to RJ: Pat Gingell, Barb Loser, Diane Dryer. Row 2: Barb Butt, Kathy Laurick, Joan Kropf, Row 3: Linda Saiewski, Donna Fink, 1 ...f 36 W rx WV -1- QW 5 p- I93 3 In R -. u- Us D.E.C.A. Business classes familiarize the stu- dent with the basic skills of that field. F.B.L.A. supplements classroom work by affording the members interested in business careers the chance to de- velop and obtain experience with busi- ness techniques. A chapter in a nation- al organization, the girls work for the opportunity to attend the national con- vention. Business-like bake sales and car washes provide the necessary funds to get them there. F.B.L.A. Business students desiring practical experience band together. Perhaps be- ing alone behind a cash register fright- ens them, or perhaps it's the im- personal and demanding employer that causes each to wish to be part of a group. Whatever the cause, the result is D.E,C.A., designed to provide the common exchange of ideas, help in job hunting, and also furnish that feel- ing of security. it 'o f fi- Q: 4 'Qs- I I-T1 , t,1, 2:23. F.B.L.A. Row 'I lL fo Rl: Barbara Emig, Dorothy Pozun, Linda Kovach, Sue Jost, Laurie Eppich, Linda Lackner, Cheryl Dietrich. Row 2: Barbara Jerin, Peggi Strekal, Donna Jonke, Mary Kastelic, Cheryl Kostick, Doreen Pylick, Martin Doyle, Carol Whittaker. Row 3: Linda Malovac, Marjorie Hart, Kathy Kadlec, Sharon Kelley, Bonnie Dietrich, Carol Ann Mayka, Carole Lube, Rosemarie Jazbinski. Row 4: Donna Daugherty, Karen Andrews, Jeanne Popp, Linda Blokeley, Jean Ulle, Cheryl Large, Carol Wasnac, Linda Baron, Gerry Friel. D.E.C.A. Row 'I lL to RJ: Ginny Fister, Pat Burke, Sharon Barney, Kathy Schmidt, Judy Zivkovich, Pat Davis, Carolyn Miklavcic, Jane Beyerle. Row 2: Tom Troha, Dennis Maleckar, Doug Cathon, Bob Drenberg, Sterling Loub, l-larold Glenn, Al Miklavic, Tom Molnar, Frank Mancusa, Frank Rihtarshich, Dennis O'Neill, Bill Vantilburg, Mr. Caylor, Advisor. l94 P- .- E A. Q5 A 1 3995! Jane Horvat, Student Manager Student Supply Store Row 'I KL to RJ: Mr. Amster, Advisorg Kathy Kochevar, Monica Naworski, Jane Horvat, Nancy Hagstrand, Sharon Kelley, Sheryl Glicker, Judy Perko. Row 2: Gerald Golaboff, Barb Butt, Bill Bertolan, Judy Emmett, Harry Deckman, Sally Ferris, Ron Heinlein. .i , STUDENT STORE A crowded cubicle on the second floor houses some of the most hated materials in the school: sinister blue books and lengthy classics. Fortunately, the bookstore staff eases the pain of a purchase by sympathizing as rushed students dig for change. The student store not only keeps books and sup- plies, but runs a brisk business in cough drops. Addicts alone can ap- preciate the relief that the cherry- flavored remedy brings in the middle of a boring lecture. A convenience to students and teachers, and a boon to cough drops fiends, the supply store caters to student needs during hectic class changes. ERS! '-"?:.lw 11-425 V 423, ' J' Q xfgg-I l 95 ?7fl7""f SCIENCE SEMINAR A variety of lectures, inspired or otherwise, led approximately fifty stu- dents into the realms of science. For almost two hours the student drifted along with a professional scientist. To some of the members, the lecturer was too basic, for many a discussion of neutrinos seemed ultra-complicated even though the Case graduate student simplified his material. Others sat mechanically through the lecture hop- ing that the next session would deal with one of their own particular in- terests. The lectures did not cover un- related topics. lnstead, various aspects of relatively unknown subjects were ex- plored, As the two-hour session ended, the speaker hurriedly tried to fit in all of his lecture, or he went off on a tangent at the request of a student's demanding questions. During this sum- mary some of the students in the back of the room had already begun to calculate the hours of homework that awaited them following their scientific journey. i a l l . LT , 1 Tm- . , Science Seminar Raw 'I lL fo RJ: Ken Mantey, Cathy Straughan, Barbara Kruger, Sharon Thorp, Sl'l9fYl Glicker, Laurie Harris, Dale Fanney, Kathy Krysty. Row 2: Curt McRae, Dave Gubanc, Bob Fiorellr, Pat Soltis, Tom Morris, Dave Kurrent, Jack Strok, Larry Neuvirth, Ken Ginsburg, Carol Frank, Sandy .Skrl1, Jan Tuckerman. Row 3: Duane Jarc, Bob Berke, Harry Deckman, Eric Snyder. Row 4 lon wlndowl: Joe Chase, Burks Oakley, Mike Applequist, Ron l-lavener, Robert Moskowitz Poliflcal Affflifs ROW T ll- fu Rl! Cathy Clements Secretary' Janice Berkle A T tt J Chase. Row 2: Bob Sikorski, Treasure' Da Z I P 'd tl' D L ' Y' my. romme eff oseph president' Barry Bolkol Dowd Lieberworrh. ve UVO, f2SI en , ave ushin, Row 3. John Curtis, Vice- 'X M- J' i 39. S ff: J 5 5 vi' ' fs I96 , J Av. '-'- t-77277777 I 'TT 7 4-7 P 'J ff , 3 I 5 H ss' W.. 55 ' 1 5' POLITICAL AFFAIRS I 1 I E, Political Affairs Club has encoun- tered organizational problems in each of its three years of existence. The club A.. my attempts to allow free discussion of X V ' political views and concepts of govern- ment, but in doing so becomes so in- volved in finding proper practical ap- plications of nebulous beliefs that it cannot establish its own bylaws. This ,. year, the club rose above inner con- 3 flict and found, within, the ability to l 4 plan a trip to the state capital to observe a functioning government. ,. ff? Q . WORLD AFFAIRS Various students assemble for var- ious reasons. Those that faithfully at- tend each of the World Affairs meet- ings find an intellectual stimulation and enjoyment in the lectures and presentations of guest speakers. The club accommodates the angry young student's need to voice his opinions. Others attend to listen to different ideas to become informed, eventually forming their own opinions. Whatever the motivation, the very existence of World Affairs Club reflects the global interests of a concerned student body. 'Ffh was World Affairs Officers Row 'I IL to Rl: Amy Tromrnetter, Vice President, Kathy Fugina, President, Row 2: Barb Riebe, Secretaryg Margarlte Ehlert, Student Council Representative, Cathy Clements, reasurer. World Affairs Club Row 'I IL to RJ: Cathy Clements, Amy Trornmetter, Kathy Fugina, Barb Riebe, Row 2: Beth Hodder, Linda Himes, Laurie Harris, Kathy Callahan, Pat Sinclair. Row 3: Marsha Dunker, Marguerite Ehlert, Marilyn McBride. Row 4: Janice Burkely, Donna Srnink, Elaine Pograis, Mr. l-lively, Advisor. Row 5: Aydin Tozeren, Ruth Hocevar, Mike Harris, Tom Holloway. -r P ,K as . .fa 2.1, . ' QQ fl., ' a 5? IQ 1 I97 533 " ' Q Q- fs lima If 2 utr 'W www National Honor Society Row 1 KL to RJ: Marie Tancredi, Barb Nason, Margaret Nielsen, Carol Woicik, Darlene Lipovic, Ginny Novinc, Diane Frank, Lynn Gulich. Row 2: Barb Bohinc, Jill Haddock, Pat Weber, Trudy Tolar, Judy Whitney, Cec Rinaldi, Darlene Gortz, Noreen Cavan, Jane Horvat. Row 3: Sharon Gerl, Marilyn Surtz, Barb Haddad Judy Rohrer, Dina Tannenbaum, Kathy Benda, Marsha Dunker, Ellie Vincent, Mike Harris. Row 4: George Vranekovic, Bill Cothcart, Tom Holloway, Patti Gingell, Barb Bernlohr, Carol Frank, Barb Zele, Joyce Yanchor, Jan Tuckerman, Jean Schultz. National Honor Society Officers CL to RD: .lan Tuckerman, Secretary, George Vranekovic, President, Carol Frank, Vice-President. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY National Honor Society posseses a 2 unique quality which makes member- 3 ship a relief rather than a responsibil- . ell- - extensive committee work. The Honor Society does not. Membership means a line of type and an insignia in the ity. Other clubs require meetings and K ,. .--' fi' ., . - 4 . senior index. Membership means jit- ters, surprise, a lighted candle, a hond- shake, and an oath. Membership means an honor won through charac- ter, leadership, scholarship, and ser- vice. icisisjsesciiwf , , i- v T-e Q. ' l l 'ff' 0" Wi? ' ' 1.3, .pai-f'-4 5- K - National Honor Society Row 'I IL to Rl: Judy Coolidge, Eileen Roth, Judy Perko, Paula Redding, Diane Karrer, Barb Frizzell, Sue Mahusky, Lucy Oliverio, Nancy Hagstrand, Wendy Brown, Shirley Krapence, Dale Racich. Row 2: Kathy Marten, Leslie MacArthur, Carol Lube, Jackie Mason, Sandy Skrlj, Ruth Hannigan, Laurie Harris, Rosemary Jazbinski, Ken Mantey, Barb Martin, Debbie Lipstreuer, Jack Farrill, Randy Price. Row 3: Kathy Mramor, Cathy Clements, Rick Nurmi, Joe Chase, Linda Schulz, Tom Seddon, Dave Kurrent, Jill Jando, Jack Strunk, Jim Moore, Steve Lowry. Row 4: Rick Holloway, Steve Kirk, Tom Lewis, Burks Oakley, Linda Dailey, Sherry Wieland, Duane Jarc, Tom Renninger, Walter Bubley, Doug Bartholomew, Ned Simpson. National Honor Society Row 'I CL to RJ: Barry Laine, Donald Rolla, Robert Zonar, Kathleen Cotman, Sharon Tharp, Dave Lushin, Priscilla Kimosh, Joann Woichunas, Barbara Russ, Helen Cimbalos, Robert Watts, Stephanie Cardullios, Marie DeMario, Eleanor Ozbolt, Row 2: Margaret O'ConneIl, Doreen Pylick, William Forsythe, Robert Linsz, Michael Plavcan, Barbara Riebe, Bonnie Stevens, John Curtis, Harry Deckman, Barry Bolka, Sharon Visoky, Ronald Karash, Ellen Boehmer, Priscilla Dickinson, Carol Smith, Jack Strok, Paula Simkins, Gail Anderson, Donna Jonke, Mary Clapacs. Row 3: Donald lvancic, Sandra Kormendi, Carol Mayka, Danna Fink, Pamela Margheret, Gail Bohr, Barbara Chovan, Paul Gyongyos, Larry Anderson, Jean Ulle, Linda Kovach, Judith Eichberger, Jean Winters, Carol Rasmussen, Judith Gaspar, David Zuro, Linda Crockett. Row 4: Wayne Karberg, Dawn Kepets, Robin Alexander, Sandra Hall, Leslie Cook, Katherine Kren, Antoinette Milavec, Amy Trommetter, Robin Conti, Carol Glotzbecker, Brian Ross, Karen Oleski, Janine Paolella, Barbara Eglin, Paulette Kuchling, Terry Stepic, Gerald Bensi, Marguerite Ehlert, Susan Siders. Row 5: Christopher Nemeth, Jean Link, Borbette Davidson, Rosemary Kozar, Richard Kaczur, Linda Himes, Jeanne Price, Fred Mills, Elaine Grigas, Rosalind Stuzen, Catherine McGraw, Kathy Fugina, Joanne Brunelle, Douglas Horan, Paula Schulte, Jerry Kish, Carol Miller, Janice Burkley, Cathy Straughon, Loretta l-leise, ! ,,.,,,,. . 'lil UNM. vV"!:,,r hlW"": .,v. fi' ' i " J W f ' it J' .i , ...,. Q. L il fi, i g' X-gfgg ,A .. H, A 5 K- , X,-! 5 -X C.: f'. t 1 LeH'ermen's Club Row 1 KL to RJ: Cindy Theis, Cecile Rinaldi, Jill Haddock, Larry Grigsby, John Mc- Redmond, Bob Linsz, Bob Gole, Marsha Hodakievic, Barb Bohinc. Row 2: Sharon Tharp, Gordon Kimberly Roger Sheppard, Leo Smith, Mike Corrigan, Fred Dugach, Doug Stout, Craig Vole, Darlene Gortz, Row 3: Dale Garris, Frank Kavacevic, Tom McRedmond, Dick Kolesar, Jack Farrill, Torn Seddon, Steve Zdara, Row 4: Bill Cathcart, Rick Koczur, Jim Vantilburg, Glenn Forsythe, Tony Rattini, Rollin Yanchar, Dan Stocker, Row 5: Jim Moore, Dan Hoffman, George Uranikoyic, Paul Leiber, Don Miller, Ron Bock. Row 6: Mr. Theodore, Chuck McCracken, Bob Heinkman, Torn Meros, Ron Heinlein, Walt Bubbly. Inmates of the underworld LETTERMEN'S CLUB Displaying his badge of athletic achievements on his sweater pocket, the lettermon hopes to impress his peers, his most recent girlfriend, and the teachers who control his border- line eligibility. Such individuals group together to further a common interest in competitive scholastic and physical abilities, and to better Euclid's athletic standards. T' 200 I 4 x Spectrum Row 'I CL to RJ: Pat Weber, Dawn Kepets, Kathy Benda. Row 2: Leslie Cook, Noreen Cavan, Linda Himes, Gail Polly, Carol Lube, Rosemary Jazbinski. Row 3: Elaine Grigas, Becky Pate, Cheryl Kostick, Mary Kostelac. Row 4: Mandy Bir, Cathy Straughan, Pat Donner, Linda Baron, Carol Mayka. Row 5: Donna Pisnar, Barbara Chudzik, Dorothy Voyek, Pam Madden, Pat Rock. Row 6: Dorothy Hocevar, Robert Moskowitz. Spirits Row I QL to Rl: Tanya Kokal, Gordon Kimberly, Rollin Yanchar, Dan Hoffman, Lynn Gulich, Roz Stuzen. Row 2: Robin Alexander, Beth Hodder, Anne Zuoancic, Barb Zele, Joyce Yanchar, Ron Karash, Linda Jerse, Row 3: Barb Bohinc, Barb Eglin, Shirley Magnanti, Ellie Vincent, Jan Brazo- lovics. Row 4: Kathy Hayes, Sharon Visoky, Carol Woicik, Marilyn Surtz, Judy Eichberger, Peg Frye, Marsha Hodakievic, Carlene Almgren, Roseann Madera, Mrs. Schuster Row 5: Judy Emmert, Chuck Cox, Bob Linsz, Little Schuster, Dawn Jackson. Row 6: Paulette Kuchling, Jean Baker, Pat Gingell, Chuck Hrastar, Marie Tancredi, Fred Mills, Marty Lybarger Vg-A 201 SPECTRUM Spectrum was no longer an activity to add to activity lists. This group of individuals finally found their collec- tive identity. Under the guidance of new sponsors, members peddled candy, and they often traveled to the Music Hall as a result of their efforts. Spec- trum ceased to be a "pay your dues and you're a member" club. Its ma- turity was evidenced by its expanded schedule of events. SPIRITS Spirits '66, slightly changed, semi- anonymous, remained the major prop- agator of pep in the school. During weekly meetings they produce badges, banners and posters, riling the stu- dent body with cries of "Stomp 'em," "Stroke," and "Glut Their Mawl" Slow in appearing, tardy in removal, these signs served as a tangible sign of school loyalty to its teams. Although the product of much time and effort, students and spirits alike learned that signs can only do so much. r Survey I.Q.S. Row 'I KL to RJ: Peggy Wittenmyer, Borbette Davidson, Marilyn Surtz, Darlene Lipovec. Row 2: Karen Oleski, Donita Consilio, Jean Baker, Carol Wopcik, Pat Znidarsic, Margaret Nielsen, Barb Eglin, Diane Karrer, Dawn Kepets. Row 3: Barb Riebe, Bonnie Stevens, Jean Link, Laura Bauman, Terry Stepic, Mariane Schwartz, Greg Mucci, Rick Holloway, Row 4: Doug Bartholemew, Tom Holloway, Tom Renninger, Brian Ross, Werner Lindquist, Russ Lelsenheimer, Don Jezerinac. Row 5: Glenn Forsythe, Dennis Lefond. Eucuyo I.Q.S. IL to RJ: Bob Sikorski, Cathy Clements, Carol Smith, Laurie Fike, Carol Glotzbecker, Jim Guinter. I.Q.S. The objective of I.Q.S. is to honor students who have worked outstand- ingly on school publications. This year the Euclid chapter became the Ruth Smith Chapter I.Q.S., honoring a teach- er as well. Mrs. Smith's column in the Plain Dealer, "School Days," gives stu- dents an example in journalistic ex- cellence to follow. Her name should inspire many to work toward the ranks of I.Q.S. 202 ,vt l Eucuyo Raw 'I CL to Rl: Mrs. Duprey, Advisor. Row 2: Ginny Sarnes, Debbie WCJHCICG. GYSQ WOQNEV. Phyllis Sweigert, Bill Hornsby, Jamie Rose, Pat Taylor. Row 3: Les Koth, Carol Glotzbecker, Cathy Clements, Barb Chovan, Wayne O'Neill, Linda Schultz, Jim Guinter, National Forensic League Executive Board CL to Rl: Barry Laine, Maureen Tratta Judy Gasper, Paul Bagocius. EUCUYO 1 Dwarfed by its colossal literary com- panions, the Eucuyo stands diminu- itively as the baby publication of Eu- .,' clid. It is accordingly nurtured and ggi? nursed along by the twenty-odd mem- bers of Eucuyo staff. Staffers search for and often write the humorous prose, short stories, and esoteric poe- try which give tangible form to Eu- cuyo's touchstone: creative experimen- tation. N.F.L. mally crowded school halls stand in cold emptiness, the National Forensic League tournaments begin. Speech contestants walk from room to room, completing rounds and watching pro- spective competition. Biology labs act as the settings for Dramatic Declama- tion, Math rooms house the fantas- tic plots of Humorous Declamation, and the highly disheveled Euclidian of- fice becomes the place for the organ- ized mental exercise of Extemporane- ous Speaking, N,F.L. members travel to states, schools, and rooms learning and demonstrating the finer points of forensic activity. National Forensic League Row 'l CL to RJ: Carol Heinz, Sharon Violanti, Tanya Kokal, Joyce Yanchar, Dawn Jackson, Barb Zele, Barb Riebe, Karen Oleski. Row 2: Carol Woicik, Darlene Lipovec, Part Griffin, Carolyn Madeia, Linda Prioreschi, Maureen Trotto, Judy Gasper, Paul Bagocius, Tom Renninger, Joe Sanda, Harry Deckman, Barry Laine, Doug Horan. .X K! I 1 1 203 Saturday mornings when the nor- WAI NAPOLO 5 E Wai Napolo introduced a member- ship requirement this year which was stiffer than requirements of years past. The prerequisite did not concern the swimming abilities of perspective mem- bers, it was concerned with their sex. Wai Napolo no longer accepted male swimmers. Fears that enthusiasm would be lost dissipated as the girls proved themselves as interested in swimming as ever. Without distrac- tions they perfected their synchronized swimming and entered competition. Apparently the girls didn't need boys to get wet behind the ears. Wai Nupolo Officers tTop to Bottoml: Marsha Dunker, President, Beth Hodder, Vice- President, Darlene Lipovec, Secretary, Dorothy Sustersic, Treasurer, Sharon Gerl, Historian. Wai Napolo Center Bottom: Pat Totten, Sue Fryer, Carol Switzer, Bonnie Thomas, Nancy Robb, Wendy Brown, Dorothy Sustersic, Debbie Lipstruer, Lorraine Parulis, Paula Schulte, Becky Pate, Kathy Fugina, Jean Winters, Beth Hodder, Darlene Lipavic, Marsha Dvnker, Mike Harris, Sharon Gerl, Robin Alexander, Lynn Fleete, Diane Bryan, Carol Ostrander, Carol Miller, Marilyn Boyd, Sue Chandler, Linda Ullestad, Jackie Harris, Lynne Bana, Phyllis Dickinson, Candy Scheurman, Ann Trommetter, Diane Fellman. NJ v ' 'dxf J 7'- 'EQ 5 . KF. 4 sv" V A Ski Club Row I CL to RJ: Carol Pred, Becky Rupert, Cathy David, Becky Pate, Robin Alexander, Carole Miller, Sharon Gerl, Kathy Marten, Nancy Lohrey, Beth Hamby. Row 2: Carol Schmidt, Nancy Nawor, Jo Kimash, Sharon Murphy, Cecilia Land, Pam Margheret, Donita Consilio, Starlyn Hudec, Mila Templeton, Carol Whittaker, Elaine Saba, Connie Beckwith. Row 3: Pat Doyle, Debby Lipstreuer, Sandy Schwabauer, Donna Malz, Kathy Calvert, Carol Bell, Linda Kovach, Vishna Fronic, Karen Korberg, Barbara Taylor, Row 4: Dorothy Urbancic, Dorothy Kolegor, Cathie McGraw, Vicki Russell, lren Sedmak, Debbie Kelley, Linda Jimison, Kathy Murphy. Row 5: Pam Long, Beth Hodder, Marg Jarvis, Barb Hull, Barb Martin, Debbie Beckwith, Carol Ostrander, Laurie Harris, Jill Makodas. Danna Heintz, Rose Morton, Marguerite Ehlert, Debby Cherry. Row 6: Catherine Zgonc, Vickie Kalnasy, Nancy Kane, Pam Budinsky, Cindy Piller, Betty Hudson, Vicki Takacs, Mary Kastelic, Jeanne Howell, Sheryel Kavula, Carol Mahovlic, Cindy Conley, Carol Burhenne, Peg Hocevar. Row 7: Laura Bauman, Linda Baron, Sandra Hall, Judy Eichberger, Helen Cimbalos, Cheryl Kostick, Lois Dodds, Sharon Rutkie, Mandy Bir, Linda Bluhm, Cathy Straughan, Sandy Skrlj, Linda Dailey. Row B: Marian Schwartz, Lynn Horsey, Judy Emmert, Jon Wolfenburg, Jane Howell, Joann Woichunas, Karen Oleski, Sharon Anderson, Aydin Tozeren, Erik Carlson, Frank Mocilnikar, Joe Sanda. low 9: Sherry Macaul, Carol Probert, Jean Baker, Tom Drummond, Dave Zuro, Larry Anderson, Jerry Horton, Barry Bolka, Karl Bohr, Mike Plavcan. Row 10: Mike Taday, Rick Galagher, John Curtis, Eric Nurmi, Jerry Loncalo, John Borenski, Bill Hasselbach. Ski Club Officers CL to Rl: Neil Blasse, Vice-President, Linda Akraboff, Secretory, Mike Harris, Treasurer: Neil Wagner, President. fe-fe 2 R l J M - 1 sic: ci.uB " P' , "-'A " ""'-- -' ' - 1 2 . ' f Skiers, eager to realize the images . , of ruddy and rugged skier or rosy-faced s- J- snow bunny skimming gently over the snowy slopes of Mt. Chalet, organized early. Prepared for snow in October, .J faithful members prayed while mili- tant members studied the warm and r cold fronts of the weather war as re- ported by Hoolihan the Weatherman. There was still no snow in November. December came, and it slushed apol- ogetically outside. The crystalline im- ages of conquerors of the slopes al- most dissolved in unseasonable rain. lt was mid-January before the snow finally sifted down to salvage a I A weather-beaten club. -PAF? ig. ,. V. I' K PLAYS Eucluds wnnter dramatuc presenta tnons encompassed two fantasy worlds The first of these was created In the mind of Aurella The Mad Woman of Cholllot Relectmg a world whose re aluty IS too harsh for her Aurella car rnes her own unnverse about with her a place where no evul exnsts and noble ragptckers rummage through happy garbage cans that reek wnth confused perfumes of God s plenty When avar uctous capntalusts threaten her world Aurelua and three of her equally nn sane frnends counter the attempt and duspose of eval over their afternoon tea Caputalnsts and warmongers pertsh tn the bottomless sewers of Parts The nn sane quality love IS restored allowing sewers to smell of jasmlne and the deaf mute to speak The ultimate sen slbtlnty of a madwoman nntoxncated by the beauty and fragulrty of lufe prevanls You Can t Take It Wuth You lntro duced the Sycamore famuly which dns satusfled wuth what realnty had to of fer wnthdrew unto a gay unorthodox world of tts own The fantastac rnver ston of sanuty and madness however was subordinated by the nature of the cast Thus was the teachers play and students turned out rn throngs to laugh over cheer and applaud the latent talents of the faculty Irma Iustens to the Countess explanotnon of lrfes beauty QKS ' ,Wk if-'hc wmwmmqgqw, If they re greedy they re stuprd If they re greedy we can destroy them The Countess and her frnends counter attack evul The Madwoman of Chgrllor . , . . I ' - u ' - - r. I - 1 wx 'W I . , -v ' -. 1 . ' xx . . . X J X . . . . . . gi . . . . 5 h 1 ,- I . Tx A . Q I - W . wx 1 1 ' - . t I I S 'E . . . I H, t i NX h - ' gk e S fi I I 'V S' ' I QM-r ,, ' 1 , , i s x S.. ,. ,Q kmwt iETXx,yjf5i WM5NW" ' 11 1 1 . , H 1 - . v 1 . - 1 l CAST: YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU PENNY SYCAMORE VIRGINIA DE MORA GRANDPA VANDERHOF RON MARKWELL PAUL SYCAMORE DEAN HAWVER ALICE SYCAMORE EILEEN MARSH ED CARMICI-IAEL RON HARDING ESSIE CARMICI-IAEL ROSEMARY TERANGO U 'iii--E MR. DE PINNA BILL GALL . MR. I-IENDERSON FRANK KPRICAK Q ' TONY KIRBY RONALD LOKAR I- I 4 ANTHONY KIRBY,JR. GERALD HENDERSON MRS. KIRBY SANDRA DRISCOLL DONALD LARRY SMITH Eb, RHEBA JUDITH CARMODY BORIS KOLENKHOV WAYNE SMITH GRAND DUCI-IESS OLGA MARILYN LUCAS ACTRESS , , , , DEL TOCCO G-MEN: WILLIAM DE MORA, DR. JERRY BERGEM, JOHN GRIFFIN, TYKE STAINES, FRED JOHNS. Grandpa Vanderhof displays his usual deadpan expression, CAST: THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT "Steak-potatoes! Very good, Mr. Kirby. You play this game very, very well!" MADWOMAN MAUREEN TROTTO GABRIELLE CHIP ROBERTS JOSEPI-IINE JOAN MECONOCHA CONSTANCE LINDA PRIORESCHI RAG-PICKER RICK HAMILTON IRMA I I DIANE FRANK PIERRE I JIM ALBINI PRESIDENT J CHRIS NEMETH PROSPECTOR E DAVE SCHASER V BARON . I . JOEL SARICH Y BROKER , E GREG PIKE -4- L SEWER MAN , , . GARY BO'I'l'S ' POLICE SERGEANT ,. LARRY SHIRK GENDARME , J A GREG SWEIGERT A V DEAF MUTE A DAN SMOLINSKY FLOWER GIRL , .T J PAT GRIFFIN WAITER ,.,. I . ROY LARICK SHOE LACE PEDDLER , . ROLLY BROWN STREET SINGER ,. LOUIS ROGALINER DR. JARDIN ,. I PATRICK MANN , DOORMAN I ,. A RICK NURMI ii I P LITTLE MAN ,.,. , I TED NATHAN LADIES: DIANE MCCORMICK, SUSAN JO- CILA, PHYLLIS SWEIGERT 207 Xf Q 'fbifml K .,....,, Betsy G Gnngell QW. i I A i I I Linda Pestotmk Noreen Benvenuto l l l . Karee Heighton Art Yerty, Peggy Hocevor Barb Daue, Dawn Jackson ,.ll. i i i ! 1 1 i ' 3 l T . , j " 1 u , , . . l 1 1 . l l i i 3 J! ' ff" l " i Y ' . r ,, ' .ii I I 'jjzzgjx ' Ziff? nl: l. of lin? -555555 f fglklc, - if , in ,' :ilill':7l5Ei3i-xg "l 7, 5 , , qzq ,' fivtgiiiii 'Y Jzglil lif i , :NN i The Euclidian Business Staff is tired of being lumped together with the edi- torial staff under the popular miscon- ception that the yearbook is the exclu- sive product of editorial members. Their job is unique and different. Spending the year in hot pursuit of the dollar, they campaign for sub- scriptions, sell ads, complete contracts, and tinally distribute the books. They also argue with the editorial staff over blackboard space and defend the tumble-down cabinet and rickety desk that comprise their share of office furniture. The book could not exist without business staffers. To them, we are either indebted or in debt. Ginny Yapel, Layout Manager ll ... I l l l . Kathy Calvert, Shirley Papalko lI'I' .il .Zi 5 l - l ,rf ,. ,ri 4, A 4 i 5 4 209 Mr, v. ,,,. Ron Markwell, Sponsorj Jan Tuckerman, Editor-in-Chief. X ,...A'W '-jim Q""f3'j:e A-1 S Qu..- uf Ze Editors lTop to Bottoml: Jan Tuckerman, Tanya Kokal, Celeste Andrews, Diane Frank, Sheryl Glicker. l.D. Staff IL fo Rl: Kathy Marten, Shirley Krapence, Sharon Gerl, Edilorg Carol Frank Senior Ediforg Margie Engel. :Asc ,ai :' l v'L?? - 11 lim:-f-1, ,4- 4 A-4:--u Copy Staff KL to RJ: Steve Bayer, Cec Hunt, Sandy Art Staff CTop to Bottomlz Celeste Andrews, Editor, Ken Ginsburg, Skrlj, Sue Mahusky, Diane Frank, Editor. Sheryl Glicker, Doug Hackle, Cindy Wallace, Judy Coolidge. Photo Staff Il. to RD: Randy Price, Marty Frank, Lorry Kemper, Tanya Kokal, Editor, Pat Rock. V ' oc ., Eh- I J x 1 f , 211 -lil. I .de "Q'4i-,gn '-'iff QL to RJ: Chuck Cox, copy writer. ' ' , ' I xp"'3L ,J x -.M 7,- ax Wi afl Ny 5. 1.- nr- XS5 xg -- JUNIOR INDEX N V. ak S .U wr' -L-r 6,3532 -un- af. .nf an -.n 1:5 XVI der -as ,ns Xikx nw V X, r, 12. r 5 V via . , ' ig 5 ' f . C- 1 in ar .. if 5,3 'yn 1 -if, V. . Q 1 " X Q - - X A 5 V 1 -K -L V1 ... -. . Q Ls.. 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Row 3: Patrick Soltis, Ray Clancy, Tom Perchan, Mike Harris, Roger Munson, Bill Shaffer, Elaine Underkofler. l W 4 ' P iw iele M- it 1- C L A ,A ,, I ' ' . """,I'-3, - W f' 5' - G. ' 5 . " y fi.. b, .I ,, A-4 ' f ' . 3 ",. ' -. U A X I, Si .qt my , V . I . i l fa f, vs ., b i iw- 7 , f L q - , Mr. Aultz 6th Period Row 'l lL to RJ: Cheryl Keyes, Alan Goldstayn, Lorraine Courtney, Ted Nathan, Chris Reinwald, Diane Fellman. Row 2: Monica Enders, Diane Rogers, Peggy Lovick, Ann l-lelmuth, Kathy Dereska, Ann Trommetter, Marty Wilder. Row 3: Leland McBride, Robert Modic, Alec Wightman, Susan Susel, Barbara Reed, Sandy Forker, Geri Adamich. Mrs. Bockos 9th Period Row 1 IL to Rl: Laurel Gulick, Leslie Robinson, Kathy Somrak, Margy Porter, Sandy Brachlow,,Laurie Letney. Row 2: Eva Zucker, Lisa Bailey, Carol Henikman, Sue Obreza, Dale Fanney, Terry Rechner. Row 3: Steve Shepherd, Tim Lawler, Jim Zivic, Barb Benson, Jenny Aultz, Randy Cebul, Carol Hitchcock. 4. - V7 . - e ,el A 3 QW mlb v C7 "' l l l i . , ' l .4 Miss Carmody Ist Period Row 'I CL to RJ: Maryann Melgun, Kathy Turner, Gloria Regalbuto, Michele Svigel, Barb Monahan, Blanche Pierce. Row 2: Richard Kelly, Marion Reinke, Bob Moskowitz, Bob Sweet, Linda Beechuk, Karen Hancovsky, Mona Vanek. Row 3: Candy Emmert, John Schulte, Joan Kadow, Lynne Climo, Kathy Aufmuth, Pat' Skeya. Row 4: Craig Sharon, Bud Jokela, Dave Brunson, Cliff Drobnick, Richard Nakaji, Janis Essex. ffl soPi-ioMoREs sig -is Miss Carrnody 4th Period Row 1 lL to RJ: Bonnie Dietrich, Jane Jaquays, Diane Moats, Gloria Weber, Peggy Zust, Karen Reinbolt, Jill Damberger. Row 2: Sue Hathaway, Nora McCarthy, Debbie Mugenski, Leslie Stratton, Karen Shook, Jane Vagasky, Martie Lennon, Bonnie Dietrich. Row 3: Marie Paratto, Linda Penner, Cindy Conley, Shay Kreici, Shelley Spellman, Becky Otcasek, Karen Holodniak, Row 4: Martin Eble, Bob Taylor, Jim McDonald, Gary Taylor, Ed Breeze, Jim Davis, Carol Kramer, Sue Simon. Miss Carmody Sth Period Row 'I KL to RJ: Andy Radonich, Mary Powell, Davina Bauer, Rose Gillespie, Kent Demshar, Mary Hare Richard Amato. Row 2: Joe Barbish, Andy Bartram, Jerry Zimmerman, Frank Fisher, Orson Richmond, Jerry Kucharski, Jean Loczy 219 gn 'fhllif h"dlIl! ll H719 la HHH! 9 1' Mass Carmody 7th Penod Row 'I KL fo RJ George Sanborn Vlrgunla Peck Duane Sterling Krt Beltz Joanne Sfrang Row 2 Len Rlchter Gary Stelnfurfh Jrm Amman Jerry Sneller Bob Smger Dlxle Sanderson Mrss Carmody 8th Penod Row 1 CL fo Rl Barb Habe Janev Shlelds Marrlyn Braun Candy Schuerman Clay Allbery Margle Costello Mary Mrawca Row 2 Joyce Stlmac Janet Ensmmger Elaune Sabo Caralyw Beeman Sharon Allen Tom Cafhcarf Barb Mallue Row 3 Diana Carole Neumeyer Phyllns Drckrnson Karen Karberg Peggy Ballard Row 4 Jlm Kershaw Stu Le Karnoca Tony Petro Bonnle Yakelrs Gary Pratt Ray Force Paul Mauna Dale Pekrul Mrke Mueller Jeff Walsh Mrs Cowon Sth Perrod Row 'I CL fo RJ Pat Treanor Davrd Vrrglnua Mary MacDougall Lnnda Mums Pat Zupanc Marlalne Ryan Row 2 Morgue Dell Debbie Davidson Bonnle Kermavner Marran Zapc Cathy Foster Sand: Apple Pal' Falken Row 3 Tom Maresca Lln Schufferf Eric Lyttle Sue Kapler Cindy Sak Bob Ferrell Row 4 Paul Nielsen Ewald Helse Rack Harnskr Frank Mocnlnlkar Larry Skapln Ball Fagan Don Wllsan 4: v..1 220 yda l 1 s il U C - rg , , Q . 4 ' ' ,. 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I, ' , 1 1-'---"h F v i 5 Mrs. Drescher 10th Period Row KL to RJ: Helen Munici, Roberta Vandeveer, Andrea Focareto, Chris Geer, Sharon Ortman, Tom Rock- well. Row 2: Duane Schulz, Laverne lvec, Terri Stuber, Jean Kovacvic, Gerry Nielsen, Bernadette Schultz. Row 3: Tim Keough, Gary Guenther, Louis Stevens, Gene Trebec, Kathy Yanchar, Pat Mehollin, Rov 4: David Haller, Dave Price, James Krebs, Jerry Michalski, Terry Wisser, Rick Baranowski, SOPHOMORES Mrs. Drescher 2nd Period Row 1 KL to RJ: Barbara Perl, Judith Martin, Janet Miscavish, Jeanette Nemeth, Cath- erine Plesz, Pat Telich. Row 2: Lynn Sweigert, Denise Peravsek, Patt Steigauf, Gale Kramar, Brenda Shipley, Carol Willert, Bonnie McCartney. Row 3: Rich Mayfield, Terry Van Dyne, John Bell, Mark Rossodivita, John Polito, Barbara Skafar. Row 4: Dan Stearns, Mike Sikora, Richard Vahcic, Louis Saba, Keith Elshaw, Irvin Kays, Terry Morris. . 221 4- l L i l 'il xx ii-If Mrs. DeMora Sth Period Row 1 IL to RJ: Chuck Koelling, Karen Sisby, Donna Panke, ClaraBeth Tannehill, Barbara Nash, Daneen Dugan. Row 2: Dan Smolinsky, Dan Shephard, Barb Butt, Sarah Goslee, Cathy Lutz, Donna Smink, Martha Bartel. Row 3: Mike Applequist, Al Di Biasio, Dave Laufer, Scott Boettcher, Thom Kren, Joyce Siot, Nancy Edwards. ml' f - , .. .. A a--7 2 ' lr' i. x, ,L f , . IV ie I I iris- . lil ' A -- -I N :IV I My N Ag if , l , .ia fist : .rdwlflc b Mrs. Gates 'Ist Period Row 'I CL to RJ: Nancy Tianello, Larry Watts, Barbara Frabotta, Mike Sarraino, Cathy Lovin. Row 2: Cindy Fried, Jim Harris, Marylou Hrovat, Maria Rozman, Rosemary Kostelac. Row 3: Mary Dutrow, Vicki Kor- thals, Rose Nemeth, Doreen Cline, Adrienne Wells. Row 4: Ron Koepp, Dan Zdanowicz, Greg Zgonc, John Ormston, Gary Kordos, Jim Mehling. Mrs. Gates 3rd Period Row I IL to Rl: Libby Leigh, Kathy Braddock, Bill Jerin, Kathy Olds, Gloria Nalepa, Donna Wil- braham. Row 2: Karen Katana, Gretchen Ulstrom, Barb Brandich, Barb Seifert, Chris Ryan, Karen Braddock. Row 3 Lloyd Sherman, Chris Cameron, Richard Levak, Barbara Dongress, Marilou Miller, Kathy Kochevar. Row 4: Terry Kollar Gomer Drazdik, Richard Brown, Anthony Dottore, Leo De Pretis, Carl Weiss, .lim Hanson. mil 222 1 ,- Mrs. Gates 5th Period Row 'I KL to Ri: Janice Hatcher, Frank Barresi, Maryanne Kohut, Barbara Metz, Holly Patterson, Art Wilson. Row 2: Rich Cyetkovic, John Margheret, Nancy Lesiak, Jackie Hull, Michele Albertone, Linda McLaughlin, Ray Van Tilburg. Row 3: Dove Hehemann, Dove Aten, Steve Dornbusch, Cheryl Brown, Brian Conti, Lorrie, Kuret. Row 4: Gary Breeden, Mike Adams, Don Ballentine, Bruce Miller, John Gydosh, Alan Guttmann, Bernell Baron. Miss Harris 9th Period Row 'I CL to RJ: Sybil Tetrick, Linda Bryant, Ronnie Cassaro, Jeff Lick, Charlie Eastabroaks, Pat Totten, Cindy Baillie. Row 2: Sharon Berzanske, Belinda Gramley, Monica Naworski, Bob Wicks, Wayne Streble, Mark Humphrey, Sharron Dorn, Carol Lehman. Row 3: lrene Szabo, Fred Minis, John Ferlito, Fred Schwenke, Curt Hanson, Terry Schenck, Tom White. Row 4: Dave Klopovic, Joe Flynn, Jim Knight, Mark Sobula, Mike Lonchar, Dick Clark, Robert Wallace, Steve Jezerinac. I xg SOPHOMORES 'l Miss Harris 10th Period Row 'I CL to RJ: Charlene Joyce, Lenore Buchholz, Judy Knock, Wilma Gallagher, Maureen Horton, Dennis Berardinelli. Row 2: Mike Bour, Penny Miller, Dave Griffis, lrene Schimes, Margaret Koski, lrene Bacon. Row 3: Ken Mervo, Kolene Huricharek, Arlene Loch, Carol Mahovlic, Susan Hewitt, Barb Samsa, Chuck Cutrone, Row 4: Bob Burick, Dan Herrmann, Sue Amoroso, Jo Ann DeBell, Paula Klein, Ann Ferencok. 1 iv: , . 5' J Eb X' Mass Kaye 1st Penod Row 'I KL to Rl: Mary Lou Stahre, Roberta Redfield, Linda Reed Sp: Lynda Moore Lul Strekal AI Scheirnann, Peg Brrgden, Muke Boggess, Judy Klann Jeannette Krall Laura Forsythe Lynda Crarn, Barb Shenk. Row 4: Dennis Adams, Ron Kral Cam Miss Row 2: Hayes, xydfvf' filo vom . Q-Q-, :tru .nvn v vl ni' ." ff. .,n 3' Period Row 'I KL to Rl: Steve Garvas Uhas, Richard l-lerniger, Dave Marine Focht, David Redeye, Edward Puro J M K e 4th Penod Row 'I lL to RJ Clara Hnlle, Pam Cooney, Jeannette Toth, Sharon Kelly, Bethann Zonnevulle Beth An :ss ay drew Sandy Srlyerman Row 2 Debby Nora Fran Roberts, Nancy Stanley, Donna Burns, Judy Johnson Rrck Thomas Glona ' C I Pf II R 4 DeMano Row 3 Doug Duncan Scott l-lola Daye DI Blaslo, Bull Scott, John Mauser, Bonnue Newton aro a er ow John Rneth Lee Wunder Laura Maaswlnkel Kendall Stauffer, Alan Walton, Dave Barrick, Frank Lemmo 1 Q. 5 - 4 BY' 1 1 1? Q... re .,, N u Miss Kaye 7th Period Row 'I L to RJ: Greg Young, Cindy Snyder, Gail Res, Marlene Silverman, Darlene Waferwash. Row 2: Charles Sfout, Don Vlbbert, Mark Rossi, Bull Koss, Bob Samuele. Row 3: Bob Schauer, Bob Mann, Dave Swagger, Ed Sflbley, Mark Lombardi, John Tuccerl. Miss Kaye 80h Period Row 'I IL fo RJ: Pof Gepharf, James Barney, Margaret Jennlson, Donna Relnke, Rlfa Graham, Shelley Bene- dict, Nancy Lebef. Row 2: Richard Chesnlc, James Prlbonlc, Frank Congln, Jack McKee, Paul Zorko, Nick Farlnacci, Ralph Calabrese. ..f Mr. Lewis 3rd Period Row 1 CL to RJ: Salina Pawlak, Mary Mikus, Leonard Adams, Patty Zorko, Janet Kos, Sandra Nlckles, Louis Segreto. Row 2: Bully Dornbusch, Mike Suston, Thomas Erwin, Clifford Korf, Mike Rupert, James Jerlc, Albert Baka. Mrs. Livingston 2nd Period Row 'I KL to RJ: Joan Laukiayich, Betty Torp, Linda Farley, Barb Romoser, Judy Stiscak Danna Lubman. Row 2: Nancie Grabs, Greg Wagner, Darlene Ruckard Gary Hassel, Sue Truesdale, Pat Pikula, Row 3g Greg Walker, Kenth Parklnson, Gary Ray, Mary Carroll, Suzy Miller, Carol Botts. Row 4: Paul Swaldner, Tom Schmenk Chrus Mlhaluc, Ken Smlth, Frank Patterson, Kenny Kelember, Steve Piscopo, Miss Madison 5th Period Row 'I KL fo RJ: Kathleen Moore, Diane Andrews, Sue Smelfz, Joanne Allchin, Vishna Franic, Michael Kolus, Jnrn Shnlander. Row 2: Dale Yoger, Dennns Mateyka, Rick Gorjup, Richard Schneider, Tazuko Thompson, Dennis Mayock, Elarne Doyle, Row 3: Bonnne Perpar, Beth Hamby, Geri Janclgar, John Wenclolowski, Sally Gulich, Make Stockton, Ruth Von Suck. Row 4: Arthur Kozlera, Jack Prasek, Clndy Janso, Muke Thome, Doug Carney, Ralph Doesburg. Miss Madison 7th Period Row 'I KL to Rl: Andrea Witczak, John Engel, Nancy Gere, Carole Devor, Diane Dieckmarm. Row 2: Donald Zuegler, Bernue Oyerberger, Sue Hertfelder, Betty Grrgonls, Derrell Capes. Row 3: Don Shisila, Terry Donovan, Terry McGovern, Dan Barrnck, Trm Guluch, Steye Reese. .l ' A - ----....,, ,hh fi " """"Y"T"' .- -.-M an-A J .. , Q, V- "af-Q-. -., .. , -f-A,-,, , W '-- 4 ,, . Y , M- -Q.. .c,. , , ,, ' il I Mrs. McDonald 4th Period Row 1 lL to Rl: John Sirnik, Joy Messner, Cindy Barney, Margo Lunder, Barb Gai-nber. Row 2: Rich Evans, John Powalie, Jim Garland, Gene Kaufman, Julia Heinnger. Row 3: Harry Ganf, Dave Johnson, Bill Popp, Tom Caine, John Koskr, Wes Thomas. Mrs. McDonald 6th Period Row 'I L to RJ: Mike Smith, Agnes Skully, Mary Margaret Tucci, Janice Miklavic, Mike Bonfanfi. Row 2: Michelle Tolaro, Karyn Gonas, Kathy Launch, Barb Sfravarace, Jackie Turner, Carl Behun, Row 3: Jeff Bilker, Ed Shelley, Bull Young, Cralg Senger, Dan Barnharf, Laurie Brothers. Row 4: Richard Birdsong, Ron Raley, Elwood Brunner, Frank Andrulis, Bob Markovc, Dean Bammerlin. SOPHOMORES 1 :fir Mrs. McDonald 8th Period Row 1 CL to RJ: Dolores Kozar, Renia Sherrill, Jay Gluck, Eva l-llgnite, Fracine Marion, Charles Myers Row 2: Greg Wolenski, Mike Evans, Brent Hamilton, John Acceltola, Wayne Malz, Lucy Slucki, Row 3: Howard Denney Mike Murowsky, Ron Vcirgo, AI Horvath, Len Kramer, Bob Cuevas. Row 4: Wayne Vehar, Tom Ames, Doug Kelley, Terry Alves David Artes, AI Case, AI Wisniewski. 14 H-. c 1 cf- IC' 227 nc.: we .3-la' f F . ,x""", 12, wig -A 1 S l Miss Mecsomer 2nd Period Row I lL to RJ: Linda Pawlak, Pat Gornbach, Jan Harvan, Margaret Massiello, Lois Decker, Debbie Naderer, Row 2: Sue Gusfetic, Diane Ranker, Ginny Lenarcic, Joan Lewandowski, Kathy Kadlec, Rita Vasas. Row 3: Rosey O'Donnell, Mary Jo Klacker, Geoffrey Sleeper, Sandra DiNardo, Bernice Mafulis, Nancy Williams. Row 4: John McKee, Ken Manchen, Louis Olszewski, Carl Rosenberger, John Whitcomb, Denise Frak, Gregg Huddlesfone. is Xu Miss Measamer 4th Period Row 'I KL to Rl: Kathleen Wilber, Ellen Mizner, Mary Lou Cater, Gary Krech, Judy Sfraughan, Maria Siyec, Roberta Dillon, Arlene Florna, Row 2: Laurie Sickler, Sam Syracuse, Chris Peterson, Jane Telling, Gary Ciprian, Carole Fierle, John Meros, Sandy Kavel. Row 3: Tim Dular, Mike Chandler, Ken Ficere, Sandy Teschner, Pat Ellison, Donna Plickert, Gordon Lemke, Row 4: Ray Schultz, Bill Buikus, Mark Pena, John Oyster, Leroy Williams, Mike Kickle, Miss Measamer 9th Period Row 1 KL to RD: Bob Edwardson, David Grieshamrner, Pat Walter, Laura Blafecky, Chris Cebron Sandy Kostelic. Row 2: Janet Graves, Patti Page, Donna Bass, Kalhy Pultorak, Laura Azman, Sandy Pirro, Denise Culrner. Row 3 Dennis Loyorgna, Richard Lamont, Dennis Golon, Bill Davis, Dave Robinson, Vicki Kurr, Row 4: Al Vilcheck, Rick Pichetfe, Bruce Troia nowski, Larry Nagade, Dennis Bosco, Frank Cercek, Bob Oktabetz. 4 1 . -XXX Mrs. Niebes 6th Period Row 'I fl. to Rl: Robbie Anderson, Donna Kenny, Cheri Kitko, Diane Hannan, Tom Buckman, Jim Skeen, Row 2: Randy Dufko, Marie Capaldi, Colleen Skonier, Shirley Chisholm, Judy Capiccioni, Cathy Carpenter, Debby Cherry. Row 3: Bill Kazen, Wendell Price, Gary Boris, Robert Race, Gary Cowper, Rich Tionello, Doug Keller. Row 4: Hans von Rekowski, Fred Barbis, Dave White, James McTighe, Jack Mikovic, Mike Tittnich, Geoff Swisher. F SOPHOMORES Mr. Pringle 1st Period Row 1 KL to RJ: Bonnie Sieferd, Jeff Bish, Cheryl Reed, Jim Reitz, Jan Subel, Russ Fenster. Row 2: Gayle Kehres, Beth Heglaw, Jeff Burns, Shirley Plott, Shirley Swonger, Peter Haller, Carol Schubert. Row 3: Sandra Dales, Susan Laurich, Catherine Moore, Stan Ulle, Brian Ursich, Rosemary Klancar, Mary Nossek. Row 4: Terry Cerne, Larry Gamer, Ron Meister, Sue Lanser, John Augustine, Tom Spike, Jim Orazen. Mrs. Niebes 3rd Period Row 1 CL to RJ: Linda Zadd, Rose Marion, Mary Carol Frey, Dave Lawrence, Karen Zelr'nan,A Vicki Stevens, Mary Macke. Row 2: Carol Britvic, Joan Hocevar, John Cimperman, Sally Rogell, Karen Lobos, Carolyn Psgfais, Diarae Wzmdfrlwe. ' ' ' ' ' . w : o n Row 3: Vic Markovich, Michael Nagy, Cherene Thweatt, Linda Tucci, Tom Budas, Roberta Kormos, vDale aamasz o Petro, Joy Cost, Bruce Sperka, Guy Mclntyre, Bob Matetich, Wayne Cetinich, Dale Hocevar, Jim Farizel. Q, V -., 'li-Q ,W l 3: Eiiil ,v ig 'C' ' . . .. ilk' " lffal' i vet . Li ' f SOPHOMORES 1 I . ' ' , V , A X F I Y, ' fp!-,MQ-7 A ' i 4 xfgih-1553 W wx x e V, X 3 is f - LAN i . 0 .A r " n H ,, l uf ll Mr. Pringle Row 1 IL to RJ: Peggy Vollman, Sara Weinberger, Randi Slusser, Kitty Toll, Rita Kuhn, Mary Plaga. Row 2: Pot Primoznik, Debbie Defweiler, Brad Lyman, Jerry Morris, Mike Springob, Larry Tatty, Anita Karp. Row 3: Jan Walker, Steve Rolfe, Jim Wyskocil, Jim Petrovic, Rosemary Scott, Linda Sanborn, Susan Sterlekar. Row 4: Don Lewis, Bill Mobbs, Mike Envighat, Philip Dickinsen, Stan Peklay, Marlene Mears, Debby Brass. ,,-, 'Y"imr ,P- 2U1"'tfg aillfflu 58119 QI Mr. Pringle Row 'I CL to RJ: Diane Horabik, Linda Weaver, Laurel Abraham, Nick Perfetti, Andy Kever, Dennis Rosa. Row 2: Tim Haase, Kathy Marcus, Linda Pozun, Andy Alfenweg, Ed Barrett, Debby Mihocik. Row 3: Bob Nada, Kathie Tanner, Kathy gcnvErs,BJohS Francis, John Robinson, Bruce Vehar: Row 4: Wally Ugrinic, Tom Kekic, Gary Krsolovic, John Deming, Bruce Dei, i e ene ictis. Mr. Pringle 70 Row 1 KL to RJ: Terry Newman, Shelly Tarantino, Sharon Erickson, Lynn Bair, Joanna Zupancic, Bob Halterman. Row 2: John Anderson, Marianne Frueboes, Debbie Denney, Linda Senger, Jim Dutrow, Mike Cunning- ham. Row 3: John Kekic, Danny Lombardo, Tony Verch, Jerry Foster, David Zgonc, Dave Wohlgemuth, Ron Walsh. J f N , A iw- , , - a of X I T ' . ' 5 , i 1' ' ' fa I L , -, T 3 " 5 ' ' 5 lr V I 3 - .ff I .V -ls' Zi. , if - . f- as in 'K A X X ' 'ff . z ,, -Y 1 A . ir ' 2 t ii' 'H i X . 1 .S 4, " it .5 ' " f, 'K-9 'V sr i J 230 E. 4-33.433, Af' "' ' wa.. RONALD ABRAMS Blg Show 2 Concert Band 2 3 1 and 2 FRANK JOHN ACCETTOLA BARBARA ANN ADAMS Fnendshrp Club 4 186 SUSAN IRENE THERESE ADAMS Frlendshup Club 3 4 186 LINDA JOY AKRABOFF Ron Orchestra 2 Ace Barble Red Llnda Choral Masters 4 Fnendshrp Club 2 Mlxed o1r 2 Sk: Club 2 3 4 178 MICHAEL ANTHONY ALBANESE Blg Mlke Transfer Student Gym Leaders 3 Math Club 3 4 World Affalrs 3 JAMES JOHN ALBINI lm Transfer Student E Room ACTIVITIES 4 Fall Play 4 Folk Club 4 Student Councll Representatlve 4 JV Football 3 Outdoor Club 2 Safety Club Track3 174 MARK ALEXANDER Mark ROBIN LEE ALEXANDER Rob A F S 4 E Room ACTIVITIES 4 Euclldlan Tralnung ub 2 lor d oss 4 u Spectrum 3 Survey Tra1n1ng Club 3 Usher 3 Wal Napole 4 World Aftalrs Club 3 4 Natronal Honor Soc1ety4 196 198 204 205 DOLORES MARIE ALIOTO Dee Student Councll Reoresentatuve 4 174 LONI ALLISON Lon: RICHARD ALMASY Rrck Cross Country 2 Gym Leaders 2 Lettermen 'P CARLENE JEAN ALMGREN Carlene Cheerrng Block 4 Frlendshlp Club 4 FNC 3 1rsGIee Club4 9 8 186 GERALD AMIRAULT Gerald DEBORAH JEAN ANDERSON Pudgy Transfer Student F B LA 4 Movle Club 4 191 4 GAIL ANDERSON Gal Co op Students 4 Fnendshlp Club 2 3 F B LA A GA 2 Sk: Club 3 4 Natlo Honor Soclety 4 184 194 195 198 205 LAWRENCE ANDERSON Larry Cadet Band 2 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Marchlng nd 2 4 4 Sk: Club 4 Natlo Honor Soc1ety 4 180 181 188 198 202 5 RICHARD ALLEN ANDERSON Rlck Transfer Student 4 E Room ACTIVITIES 4 Home comlng 4 33 CELESTINE LEE ANDREWS Celeste Euclrdran Edltorlal Staff 3 4 Art Edltor 4 Eu cl1d1an Tralnlng Club 2 Fall Play 3 Spectrum 4 Natronal Honor Socxety 3 4 IQS 4 198 201 203 210 SANDRA LEE ANDRULIS Sandl Fruendshlp Club 3 4 FBLA 3 4 Junlor Cabl net 3 Malarette Club 2 3 Prom Commlttee 3 Sku Club 4 Spectrum 4 Student Councll Repre sentat1ve3 4 186 194 201 VALERIE ANTONICK Valerle SUSAN ELLEN ARK ue Gnrls Glee Club 2 Skl Club 4 205 SENIOR INDEX JAMES ARNOLD Arnle Foremen s Club 4 Key Club 4 Sk: Club 4 190 205 RICHARD ARTHUR Rlchard ARLENE AUGUSTINE Arlene GAIL CHERYL BAHR Gal Choral Masters 4 Drama Workshop 3 Frlendshrp Club 4 F T A 3 4 Grrls Glee Club 2 3 Home comlng 3 Spectrum 4 Student Councll Repre sentat1ve 3 Natlonal Honor SOCIETY 4 78 8 186 198 WILLIAM C G BAILLIE JR Chevron Soclety 2 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 Marchlng Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 ep and 2 3 4 Put Band 3 4 0 BARRY BAIR Barry REGINA BAKER Jean endshlp Club 2 3 4 FTA 2 3 Q Sk: Club 4 Spectrum 4 SDIYITS 4 Survey Busl ness Staff 4 Usher 3 172 184 186 200 203 205 BARBARA BALL Barb Transfer Student Fr1endsh1p Club 2 3 PHYLLIS BALL Phyl FNC 4 Homecom1ng4 185 NED WALLACE BALSLEY Ned Key Club 2 3 LINDA MARIE BARAN Lmda Bee nendshlp Club 3 4 F B LA 4 Glee Club 2 Prom Commrttee 3 Sk: Club 4 Spectrum 4 Student Councll Representotlve 3 LINDA L BARANSKI Lmda Co op Students 4 195 BENJAMIN BARBERA en THOMAS BARBIS Tom SHARON DAWN BARNEY Sherry Retallrng 4 HAZEL BARNHART Hazel Fr1endsh1p Club 4 F B L A 4 186 4 MARIANNE THERSE BARTELD Cheerlng Block 4 189 Marranne PATRICIA BASHEL a JOHN BASTJANCIC John BRUCE JAMES BATT Bruce Foremen S Club 4 180 LAUREL BAUM Laurel LAURA ANN BAUMAN Laura Cheernng Block 4 F TA 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 2 Polutucal Affaurs Club 3 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Survey Busrness Staff 4 Survey Tra1n1ng Club 3 IQS 172 184 189 196 203 WAYNE BAUMGART Wayne CHARLES BAUMILLER Chuck KAREN SUE BAUR Karen Choral Masters 4 E Room Actlvltles 4 Frlend shp Club 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 2 3 Homecomlng Court 4 Skl Club 3 4 Ma Iorette Club 2 3 102 178 186 205 232 RUDOLPH BAVEC Rudy STEVEN BAYER Steve Euclldlan Edltorral Staff 3 4 Asslstant Edltor 3 Copywruter 4 Euclldran Tralnlng Club 2 K y Club 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soc1ety 3 4 SCI ence Semlnar 3 4 Student Councnl Representa e4 IQS I7 188 198 201 203 PAUL CURTIS BECKWITH Pau Football 3 4 JV Football 2 Skl Club 2 3 4 100 205 VIRGINIA BEHUN V1rg1n1a CAROL BELL Carol Skr Club 3 4 Student Councll Representatuve 3 205 ELAINE BELPULSI Elalne ROSALEE ANN BELTZ Rose Transfer Student Frlendshlp Club 3 4 G1rls Glee Club 2 Student Councrl Representatlve 3 186 NANCY BELUCHAK Nancy KATHLEEN ANNE BENDA Kathy Fr1endsh1p Club 4 F T A 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Palrtlcal Affalrs Club 3 4 Spec trum 4 184 186 196 198 O1 GERALD BENSI Jerry Football 3 4 JV Football 2 Gym Leaders 2 Lettermen s Club 3 4 Letterman 3 4 NASS 3 4 Natronal Honor Soclety 4 100 198 200 JAMES EDWARD BERAN 1m Baseball 2 3 Choral Masters 2 3 4 Football 3 4 J V Football 2 Mlxed Cholr 2 Lettermen s Club 4 Letterman 4 S141 Club 2 3 4 EXECUTIVE RONALD BERLAN Ro Cross Country 2 3 ERoom Actlvltues 3 4 Homecomlng 4 Survey Busuness Staff 3 Track 3 BARBARA VIRGINIA BERNLOHR Bernle Basketball 2 3 4 Eucuyo 4 EucI1d1an Tralnlng CIub2 GAA 2 3 4 Treasurer3 GLC 3 4 Presldent 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Prom Commlttee 4 Sp1r1ts 3 4 Student Councll Rep resentatnve 2 Executlve Board 3 Treasurer 3 Track 2 3 4 Buckeye Grrls State Volleyball 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 4 F1eld Hockey 2 3 75 192 198 200 202 WILLIAM JOSEPH BERTALAN Bug Show 2 Fall Play 2 3 Key Club 2 3 Sprlng Play 2 Stage Crew 2 Student Supply Store 3 4 4 RAYMOND BETZ Ray MARY ALICE BIFRO Malr ERoom Act1v1t1es 2 3 4 Homecomlng 4 Skl Club4 205 KATHLEEN MARY BILLINGS Kathy Glrls Glee Club 2 GEORGE BILYK George MADELINE JUDITH BIR r Eucuyo 4 Folk Club C 3 4 GAA MIXEd ChOIf 2 Sk1 Club 2 3 4 Spectrum 4 Student Councnl Representatlve 4 Survey Bus: ness Staff 4 World Affalrs Club 4 174 185 196 201 202 205 JAMES BIRDSONG lm CHERI BISBEE Chen LINDA MARIE AGNES BLAKELEY Lynn Fnendshlp Club 2 FBLA 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 1 , ,4: , ' 5 5 , , 3,4,PtB . 180,181,183 H . . I I. . ' ', . V I g' fiv , , ..4.' '4, , , , ,21o. - ,I I E 1 4, , ,201. ' ' ' Ch , ' I , . ,205. ' -E - I - Bl" E y I ', I, J, I l,: b , 4 , , - - - B , , , ' , . 18 ,181,183. J' . . , I I I- ' 'W 5 Frl ' , , g . .V A. , , 451. .S. 4, 5 1 ' I 'l . . 5 - I ' 2 2 'Q I ' , ,' . ,2011 2, , , 176. I . cl I A gl Jun Re Cr- I lj Skl Cl b 3, 45 , ' . . ' J' F' I , , ..,. 2, 3, , Girls 4 , z E , l, I 1 I 186' 194, 261' 205. ' Board 11, lv. wfesdlng 2. 100: 178,' zoo, 205. 5 5 A ' Il ' 2 ' 2 I - . , B 4gG'I . 17,15, ,1e9. ' . 'J .. I 2 ' 1 - . . . . . J ' . , . A , I 5' ' ' I I 5 A ' , , 1 , I9 1 I I I ' . I ' - .... . ,19 , . I ' Blll 4,-PT. .45 .fA. 5 ' 'Aol - . 5 .'7 'l ,A I I I I , 4 ' . I9 I E P f Ba , j N1F.l6. 3, Q ' I I lj ' nal . 4 , , , , , 20 A J I , Q . , .'. , I, , I ' ' ' .'V 1, A I 1 ' ' , 1 :F-N..,:--.2.4: 4. , , , , ,205. ' ' j ' I, , : U: ' A . .- 5 ' . , , f . . 1, . ' J' 5 ,lr ,J - ' ' - I 5 ' . . ' , . , , , . 194. Girls Glee Club 25 l.Q.S. 3, 45 National Honor ROY BLANKSCHAEN Roy HARRY BLATNIK Harry MARY ANN BLAZEK Mary Friendship Club 3, 45 F.N.C. 45 Junior Red Cross 2. 185, 186. JAMES BLOMQUIST Jim LINDA BLUHM Lindo Friendship Club 45 Ski Club 3, 4. 137, 186, 205. DALE BOCK Dale ELLEN LOUISE BOEHMER Ellie Co-op Student 45 Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Girls Glee Club 2, 35 Majorette Club 2, 35 Na- tional Honor Society 4. 194, 195, 198. BARBARA BOHINC Barb Cheering Block 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 G.L.C. 3, 4, Secretary 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Survey Busi- ness Staff 45 Survey Training Club 3. 124, 172, 189, 198, 200. KARL FREDERICK BOHR Karl Baseball 25 Golf Club 45 Ski Club 4. 205. CAROL ANN BOKAR Carol Friendship Club 4. 186. BARRY JOSEPH BOLKA Barry Key Club 2, 3, 45 Math Club 45 Political Affairs Club 45 Science Seminar 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Stu- dent Supply Store 35 National Honor Society 4. JOANNE LEE BRUNELLE Joanne Euclidian Training Club 25 Maiorette 45 Head 45 Substitute 35 Maiorette Club 25 National Honor Society 4. 108, 198. DIANE TINA BRYAN Tina Concert Band 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 2, 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Wai Napolo 4. 174,18O, 181, 201, 202, 204. BILL CATHCART Bill J.V. Football 25 Gym Leaders 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2. 188, 198, 116. DOUGLAS CATHON Doug NOREEN ANN CAVAN Noreen Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 Ads Manager 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 F.N.C. 3, 45 Treasur- er 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 45 Secretary 35 Vice President 45 Student Council Representative 45 Talent Scouts EHS 2. 20s, iss, 203, 201, 174, we. GAYLA CAVATI NO GGY JERRY LEE BRYANT Jerry ELAINE BUBONICS Elaine Friendship Club 45 Mixed Choir 2. 186. RICHARD BUCCERI Richard PAUL FREDERICK BUCHHOLZ Buck Baseball 2, 3, 45 Letterman 3, 4. FRANK ROBERT BUDIC Sonny Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Track 2, NANCY ANN BURICH Nancy Ski Club 3, 4. 205. PATRICIA ANN BURKE Pat Transfer Student. Concert Band 25 Co-op Stu- dents 45 Marching Band 25 Pep Band 25 D.E.C.A. 4, Secretary 4. 195. 188, 196, 197, 198, 205. JANICE FAITH BURKLEY Janice Math Club 35 Political Affairs Club 3, 45 World Affairs Club 45 National Honor Society 4. 196, 198. PATTI BURLINGHAM Som G.A.A. 2. PATRICIA BURNETT Pat GARY BUSCH Gary DENNIS BUSH Dennis Chess Club 4. KAREN JEAN BUYNAK Buynok Friendship Club 35 Student Council Representa- tive 4. 179. KATHLEEN ANN CALLAHAN Kathy Folk Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 F.N.C. 3, 45 Po- litical Affairs Club 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Talent Scouts EHS 35 World Affairs Club 3, 4. 176, 185, 196, 205. SANDRA CALLOW Sandy BERNADINE CATHERINE CAMPBELL Bernie Girls Glee Club 2, 3. GLORIA JEAN CAPRE'l'I'I Cookie Choral Masters 3, 45 Majorette Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 178. STEPHANIE CARDULLIAS Steph F.T.A. 45 Spectrum 35 Survey Training Club 35 National Honor Society 4. 184. 198. ERIK MARTIN CARLSON Erik Baseball 25 Key Club 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum g61St5gEnt Council Representative 4. 174, 188, GRACE BONANNO Grace JAMES BONFANTI Jim PATRICIA MARIE BOOTS Patty G.A.A. 25 Mixed Choir 2. CAROL ANN BORDEN Carol gransfer Student. Junior Red Cross 2, 35 F.T.A. , 3. JOHN WILLIAM BORENSKI John Bowling 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 2. FRANK BOTZ Frank WILLIAM BOUFFARD Bill THOMAS BOUR Tom KENNETH BOWEN Ken THOMAS BOWERS Tom MICHAEL BOYCE Mike KATHLEEN RAE BOYD Kathie F.N.C. 3, 45 N.F.L. 4. 185, 202. JAMES BRAIDIC Jim GEORGE BRAIN George JANIS BRAZALOVICS Jan Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Girls Glee Club 2, 35 Spirits 3, 45 Usher 3. 186, 200. JOHN BREZNAY John TOM BROWN T E-Room Activities 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spec- trum 4. 200, 202, 205. MICHAEL CARNEY Mike FRANK C. CAROTENUTO Flash Foremen's Club 4. RONALD CARPENTER Ron GEORGE CARTER George DENNIS CASEY Dennis 233 D.E,C.A. 45 Ski Club 3. 195. PATRICIA CERGOL Pat GORDON D. CHAPMAN Gordon Camera Club 45 Gym Leaders 45 Vice President 45 Gymnastics Club 4. 190. JUNE ANN CHIODO Jac Fall Play 45 Stage Crew 4. 177. BARBARA FRANCIS PAULA CHOVAN Ringo Eucuyo 45 Folk Club 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 35 Usher 35 World Affairs Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 4. 202, 179, 198. ROBERT CHRISTIE Bob LINDA LOUISE CHRISTOPHER Lin N.F.L. 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, 45 Spectrum 2. BARBARA ELIZABETH CHUDZIK Barb Society 3, 45 Political Affairs Club 35 Spectrum 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 World Affairs Club 4. 203, 198, 201, 196, 198. VIRGINIA CIBBS Ginny Choral Masters 45 Friendship Club 35 F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Girls Glee Club 35 Mixed Choir 25 G.L.C. 3, 4. 1785 192. LINDA CIGAN Peanut Transfer Student. CAROL CIGOY Carol HELEN MARTHA CIMBALOS Charlie Friendship Club 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 45 Student Council Representative 3, 45 National Honor Society. 186, 194, 205, 201, 172. MARY LOUISE CLAPACS Mary Lou Co-op Students 45 Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Usher 35 National Honor Society 4. 194, 195, 198. DALE CLARK Dale BOB COATSWORTH Bob SUSAN COLLINS Sue JOHN COLOSI John KENNETH EUGENE COMPORT Ellen ELLEN LOUISE CONNELLY Ellen DONITA CONSILIO Don Cheering Block 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.N.C. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum 45 Survey Business Staff 45 Assistant Business Manager 45 Survey Training Club 35 l.Q.S. 4. 186, 205, 172, 203. ROBIN Louise courii Bird E-Room Activities 35' Friendship 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 25 Student Council Representative 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. 186, 174, 198. LESLIE ANN COOK Les F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Treasurer 4, World Affairs Club 3, National Honor Society 4. 184, 205, 201, 196, 198. JAMES COOKE Jim FRANCES COOL Frances MARY THERESA COONEY Coanerd Friendship Club 2, Ski Club 3, Usher 2. JULIANNE COPPERS Julianne DEBORAH WALLACE CORDON Debbie Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2, Folk Club 3, 4, Youth Council on Human Relations 4, Eucuyo 3, 4, I.Q.S. 3, 4. 170, 176, 203. WILLIAM CORNWELL Bill MICHAEL CORRIGAN Mike KATHLEEN ANN COTMAN Kathy Girls Glee Club 2, National Honor Society 4. 198. LAWRENCE GEORGE COTTON Larry Wai Napolo 2, 3, J.V. Swim Team 2, 3. CHARLES BRACKEN COX Chuck Buckeye Boy's State 3, Choral Masters 3, Eu- clidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Political Affairs Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Science Seminar 2, 3, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, I.Q,S, 4, 210, 188, 198, 201, 200, 203. RICHARD CRANE Richard JOHN CRAWFORD J.C. Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4,' Student Council Representative 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4. 202, 188, 114. LINDA KATHLEEN CROCKETT Crickett Transfer Student. Friendship Club 4, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Junior Cabinet 3, N.F.L. 2, Student Council Representative 2, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2, Talent Scouts EHS 4, National Honor Society 4. 186, 170, 198, JOHN BLAIR CURTIS John Transfer Student 2, Key Club 3, 4, Political Affairs Club 4, Vice-president 4, Ski Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. 188, 196, 205, 198. ROSEMARY ANN CZOHARA Ro Friendship Club 2, Girls Glee Club 3, Ski Club 3, Usher 2. GERALD D'AMICO Gerald KENNETH DANCH Ken WILLIAM D'ANNA Bill GARRY DARDIS Garry CATHERINE PATRICIA URSULA DAVID Cathy F.N.C. 4, Girls Glee Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Winter Festival 3. 185, 205. BARBETTE DAVIDSON Barb Fall Play 2, Friendship Club 2, F,T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, l.Q.S. 3, 4, N.F.L. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Student Council Repre- sentative 4, Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Co- Business Manager 4, Survey Training Club 2, Usher 3, National Honor Society 4, 184, 203, 205, 201, 174, 172, 43, 198. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH DAVIS Ked Girls Glee Club 2. PATRICIA DAVIS Pat DALE DEBELJAK Dale HAROLD DE BOE Harold CARMELLA DECAPITE Carmella DARLEEN DECKER Dar G.A.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Student Council Repre- sentative 2. 43. HARRY WILLIAM DECKMAN Harry Concert Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, N.F.L. 4, Political Affairs Club 2, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4, Student Supply Store 3, National Honor Society 4. 180, 181, 202, 197, 194, 44, 198. WILLIAM CARL DEI Bill Cross Country 3, 4, Homecoming 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, J.V. Swim Team 2, Track 3, 4. 110, 44, 102, 200, 112. MARIA ELENA DEMARIO Maria Co-op Students 4, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, G.A A. 2, Junior Cabinet 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Student Council Repre- sentative 2, National Honor Society 4. 105, 186, 194, 44, 198. PAUL DEMBEK Paul BRIGITTE DEPRETIS Brigitte WAYNE DICKHEISER Wayne PRISCILLA DICKINSON Prissy Cadet Band 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 4, F.N.C. 3, 4, Homecoming 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Student Council Representative 2, Usher 3, National Honor Society 4. 182, 186, 185, 181, 205, 201, 44, 198. KAREN DIEHL Karen CHERYL ANN DIETRICH Cherie F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4. 194, 44. RONALD ALBERT DIPKO Dippy DONALD DIVITO Don LOIS MARIE DODDS Lo F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, Varsity Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, Wai Napolo 4. 184, 205, 204, 44. JOHN DOHERTY Jack BARBARA DOLES Barb Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. 186, 194. PATRICIA CAROL DONNER Pat Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 3, 4. 186, 205, 201. THOMAS DOWNING Tom TOM DOYLE Tom Football 3, 4, Science Seminar 2, Wrestling 2. 100. PATRICIA ANNE DRAKE Patt Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 3, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4. 186, 170. ROBERT DRENBERG Bob KAREN DRENSER Karen KATHLEEN DRENSER Kathleen 234 ROBERT HENRY DREYER Bob Transfer Student 4, Chess Club 2, 3, N.F.L. 4, Ski Club 2, Track 2, Wrestling 3. 202. STEVE DROTLEFF Steve THOMAS ALLEN DRUMMOND Tom J.V. Football 2, Gym Leaders 2, 4, Student Council Representative 3. DIANE LYNN DRYER Diane F.N.C, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 4, Usher 3. 185, 192. FREDERICK ANTON NICHOLAS DUGACH Teddy Bear E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Gym Leaders 3, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, J.V. Swim Team 3. 100, 200. MARSHA DIANA DUNKER Marsh Choral Masters 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, World Affairs 3, 4. 178, 198, 204, 196, 198. THOMAS DUSHAK Tom DANIEL DUTCHER Dan JACQUELINE MARIE DZURA Jackie Transfer Student. SANDRA EASTABROOKS Sandra GARY EASTER Gary J.V. Basketball 2, Cross Country 2, Gym Leaders 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2. JACQUELINE EBEL Jacque Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Ski Club 4. 194, 205, MARY ELLEN ECKENRODE Mary Ellen BARBARA LUANN EGLIN Barb Cheering Block 4, Choral Masters 4, Friendship Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, G.L.C. 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Assistant News Editor 4, Survey Training Club 2, Usher 3, Spirits 4, National Honor Society 4, Senior Cabinet 4, I.Q S. 4. 189, 178, 192, 205, 170, 200, 198, 203. MARGUERITE EHLERT Sam Transfer Student, A.F.S. 3, Friendship Club 4, G.A.A. 4, -Student Council Representative 4, World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. 186,174,196,198, ALBERT EDWIN EHRKE Al Bowling 3, Foremen's Club 4. 190. JUDITH ANN EICHBERGER Judy Cheering Block 4, Friendship Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, l.Q.S. 3, 4, ski Club 4, Spectrum 4, Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Circu- lation Manager 4, Survey Training Club 2, National Honor Society 4. 189, 184, 203, 201, 172, 198. DAVID ELEK David JUDITH ANN EMMERT Judy Cheering Block 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, I.Q. S. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Student Supply Store 3, 4, Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Assistant Ad Manager 3, Ad Man- ager 4, Survey Training Club 2. 189, 203, 194, 172. RICHARD K. ENGLAND Little Ceasuer Golf Club 4, Wrestling 3, J.V. Wrestling 2, 3. LAUREL ALLENE EPPICH Laurie Fall Play 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Movie Club 2, Talent Scouts EHS 2, 3, 4. 194. CHERYL SUE GILLESPIE Cheryl LOIS MARIE ERZEN Lois Ski Club 3, Spectrum 2. DIANE ESPLANDIU Diane REBECCA ESPLANDIU Becky MONICA LOUISE EVANCIC Pengi E-Room Activities 3, Friendship 4. 186. BARBARA EVERLY Barb Friendship Club 4. 186. NATASA FABIAN Natasa Friendship Club 3. LINDA FEDOR Linda BARBARA JEAN FELDMAN Barb Friendship Club 3, Girls Glee Club 3, Student Council Representative 3. WADE ANTHONY FENNELL Wade Bowling 4, Homecoming 4. MICHAEL FERGUS Mike Fall Play 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Political Affairs Club 4, Spectrum 4. 188, 196, 201. JOHN FERRIS John SALLY ELIZABETH FERRIS Sal Big Show 2, Choral Masters 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Student Supply Store 3,4. 178, 194. LYNETTE MARIE FIERLE Lynne Folk Club 4, F.N.C. 3, Orchestra 2, 4, Pit Band 4. 176,194. JACQUELINE K. PENNER Friendship Club 2, Ski Club 4. 205. DONNA FINK Fink Big Show 3, Cheering Block 4, Choral Masters 4, F.N.C, 3, 4, G.A.A, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 3, Mixed Choir 2,G.L.C. 4, National Honor Society 4. 189, 178, 185, 192, 198. HAROLD EARL GLENN JR. Harold LINNEA FINLAYSON Linnea JAMES FISCHER Jim VIRGINIA FISTER Virginia MATHEW FITZMAURICE Fitz THOMAS FITZPATRICK Tom LAURA FLEETE Laura LINDA RAE FLEETE Lynn Ad Club 3,4, Friendship Club 4, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Student Council Representative 3, 4, Usher 3, Wai Na- polo 4. 191, 186, 205, 174, 204. JAMES FORRISTELL Jim Transfer Student. J. V. Basketball 2, Eucuyo 4, Key Club 2, 4, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 4, Student gggincil Representative 2, Track 2. 202, 188, WILLIAM GLENN FORSYTHE Glenn Basketball 3, 4, J.V. .Basketball 2, Big Show 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Director 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Spec- trum 4, Student Council Representative 4, Sur- vey Editorial Staff 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, National Honor Society 4, I.Q.S. 4. 126, 102, 188, 200, 183, 201, 174, 170, 114, 203, 198. DONNA JEAN MARIE FRABOTTA Fabeets Big Show 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Friendship Club 4, Spring Play 3, 4,,Usher 2. 186. SUNDAY FRALEY Sunni Fall Play 3, Friendship Club 4, Majorette Club 2, Survey Training Club 2, Talent Scouts EHS 3. 186. JUDITH ANN FRANCIS Judy Friendship Club 4, 186. ROBERT WARREN FRANCIS Crunch CAROL FRANK Carol Big Show 2, 3, 4, Choral Masters 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Under- class Editor 3, Senior Editor 4, Euclidian Train- ing Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, District Secretary 4, Mixed Choir 2, G.L.C. 4, Home- coming 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 4, l.Q.S. 4, Winter Sgstival 4. 178, 210, 184, 192, 198, 197, 174, 3. DIANE FRANK Diane A.F.S. 3, 4, Big Show 2, 3, 4, Choral Masters 3, 4, President 4, Drama Workshop 2, 3, Eu- clidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Copy Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Fall Play 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, l.Q.S. 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. 178, 210, 203, 198. MARY ELLEN FRIEDEL Mary gggndship Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Ski Club 3, 4. PATRICIA FRIEDMAN Pot Big Show 3, Cheerleader 2, 4, Choral Masters 4, E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, Homecoming 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 4, N.F.L. 2, Ski Club 2, 4, Student Council Representative 4, Winter Festival Court 2, Homecoming Queen 4. 125, 178, 186, 200, 205, 174, 105. GERALDINE DIANE FRIEL Irish Folk Club 4, Secretary 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council Representative 4, Talent Scouts EHS 4, Track 3, 4. 176, 194, 174. MARGARET N. FRYE Peggy A.F.S. 3, 4, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, 4. 189, 186, 184, 205. MARY ANN FUERST Mary Ann KATHERINE FUGINA Kathy Folk Club 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, I.Q.S. 3, 4, Political Affairs Club 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2, Wai Napolo 4, World Affairs Club 3, 4, President 4, Nation- al Honor Society 4. 186, 203, 196, 205, 201, 204, 196, 198. JOHN ROGER GADISH John J.V. Football 2, Foremen's Club 4, Letterman 2, J.V. Wrestling 2. 190. ROBERT JOHN GALE Bob Gym Leaders 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 3, 4, Track 3, 4. 200, 112. FREDERICK D. GALLAGHER Rick Key Club 4, N.F.L. 4, Political Affairs Club 4, Ski Club 3, 4. 188, 202, 196, 205. WILLIAM GALLAHER Bill DALE GARRIS Dale Baseball 2, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Eggtermeds Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4. 100, GARY GARRITY Gary JEANETTE LOUISE GASPER Jennie Friendship 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Survey Business Sgcgff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 3. 186, 205, 235 JUDITH ANN GASPER Judy Maiorette Club 3, N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 4, National Honor Society 4. 202, 183, 198. ANDREA JEAN GATES Noses Friendship Club 3, 4, Mixed Choir 4. 186, 179. ELIZABETH GAYDOS Betsy Cadet Band 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 41 F.N.C. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, G.A.A. 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Homecoming 3, Marching 2, 3, 4, N F.L. 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pram Committee 3, Ski Club 3, Junior Class Executive Board 3. 182, 208, 186, 185, 184, 192, 181, 198. 2. 3. Band GEORGIA ANN GEER George G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, Political Affairs Club 2. SUSAN JO GEIST Sue Co-op Student 4, Friendship Club 3. WAYNE GELLER Wayne ROBERT GORDON GEPHART Bob Transfer Student. J.V. Football 2, Gym Leaders 4. PAULETTE GERBETZ Paulette SHARON MARIE GERL Sharon A.F.S. 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Faculty Editor 3, Identification Editor 4, Euclidian Train- ing Club 2, Friendship Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, G.A,A. 2, Girls Glee Club 2, Girls Concert Choir 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 4, Usher 3, Wai Napolo 3, 4, Historian 4, World Affairs Club 4, l.Q.S. 4. 189, 210, 184, 198, 205, 174, 204, 196, 203, SUSAN ANN GEYER Sue Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, G,A.A. 2, Homecoming 3, Student Council Representative 3, F.B.L.A. 4. 186, 194. Choral Masters 4, Girls Glee Club 3, Mixed Choir 2, N.F.L. 4. 178, 202. PATTI ANN GINGELL Jingle Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Friendship Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Mojorette Club 2, Marching Bond 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Spirits 4, Cheering Block 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, F.N.C. 3, 4, 180, 208, 192, 181, 198, 200, 189, 185. MILAN G. GLASNEY Milan Choral Masters 3, 4, Co-op Student 4, Mixed Choir 2, Retail Management 4, D.E.C.A. 4. 178, 195. DIANA LYNN GLICK SIuDY Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 183. LINDA ANN GLICKER Bertha Transfer Student. Ski Club 3, 4. 205. SHERYL MARIE GLICKER SherYI A.F.S. 3, 4, Student Supply Store 4, Choral Masters 4, E-Room Activities 4, EucIidiah.E.di- toriol Staff 3, 4, Layout Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2: GIVIS Concert Choir 3, Mixed Choir 2, l.Q.S. 4, No- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4. 189, 194, 178, 210, 184, 203, 198, 197. CAROL ANN GLOTZBECKER Carol Eucuyo 4, National Honor Society 4. 198, 202. ELAINE MARIE GRIGAS Ela1ne KATHLEEN GOLDSTEIN Kathy BOBBIE JEAN GORNICK Bobble Talent Scouts EHS 3 4 Sk1 Club 2 DARLENE MARIE GORTZ Dar Cheerleader 2 3 4 Captaln 2 Choral Masters I Nat1onal Honor Socsety 3 4 Sophomore Class ICE Pres1dent 2 l24 I78 I9 HAROLD GRAHAM Clarence Cross Country 3 Eucuyo 2 Lettermen s Club 3 Letterman 3 SKI Club 2 Track 2 3 RICHARD GRAHAM Ratch oss Country 2 3 4 NFL 4 PoI1t1cal faIrs Club 4 Student Councll Representatwe 2 rack 2 3 20 GARY ALAN GRAUS Gary Hornecommg 3 MOVIE Club 3 4 Student Coun cIl Representatwe 3 I9l ROBERT A GREENE ob PATRICIA MARG GREGIC Pa Fr1endshIp Club 4 FTA 3 4 G1rls Glee Club 4 Talent couts EHS 3 4 I86 2 2 CONSTANCE GREGORIC Connre CATHERINE GRIFFITH Cathy Folk Club 3 FrIendsh1p Club 4 Grrls Glee Club 2 Spectrum 2 3 4 NatIonal Honor SOCIETY 4 IB6 LAWRENCE W GRIGSBY Larry Choral Masters 4 Cross Country 4 Gym Lead ers 2 3 Lettermens Club 4 Letterman 2 3 4 Ska Club 2 3 4 Student Councrl Representatrye rock 2 3 IIO 74 GERALD G GRINSTEAD 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Club 4 Natlonal Honor Soc1ety C mm1ttee 3 Skl Club 2 3 4 nc1l Representatwe 2 Usher 2 3 192 200 I98 CAROL HADYK Carol CHERYL LYN HAGER Amazon Transfer Student Co op Student 4 CHRISTINE ANN HAGSTRAND Chris FrIendsh1p Club 2 FBLA 3 GAA 2 SANDRA LEE HALL Sandy Club 3 4 FBLA 4 FTA 4 Gtrls Club 4 SkI Club 4 Talent Scouts EHS 3 Na tI0nol Honor SOCIETY 4 I76 l84 I79 205 I98 RICHARD HAMILTON RICk SANDRA LEE HAMILTON Sandl Eucuyo 3 FrIendshIp Club 4 SkI Club 4 Spec rum 4 I86 205 LESLIE HANCOCK Leslle ALLEN HANGEN Allen MICHAEL KAREN HARRIS Mlke AFS 3 4 Sem1FInal1st 3 JunIor Cabmet 3 Natronal Honor Socety 3 4 Panther 4 Skl Club 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 2 Wan Nc Grrls State RepresentatIve Prom CommIttee 3 Un1ted Appeal Comm1ttee Cha1rman 4 l84 I25 205 204 ROBERT HARRISON ob MARJORIE ROSE HART Mary FBLA 4 GIrls Glee Club 3 Mlxed ChoIr 2 LYNNELLE HASKO Lynnelle WILLIAM HASSELBACH 1 MILDRED HASTO CookIe Fr1endsh1p Club 3 Student Counc1l Representa tIve 3 Survey TraInIng Club 3 PAUL ANTHONY HAUSER Paul Cross Country 3 Homecomlng 4 Key Club 2 304 SkI Club 4 World Atta1rs Club 3 8 NANCY HAVENER Nancy KATHLEEN ANNE HAYES Kath B1g Show 2 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 MarchIng Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 ScIence Semunar 2 3 SpIfIf5 4 Survey Tram Club 2 Gymnastucs C1ub 3 4 IBO ISI RAYMOND HAYES Ray VERONICA HAYES Veronuca STEPHEN HEBEN Hebe JV Swrm Team VICTORIA HECKER Vuctorla 236 DONNA HEGLER Donna LORETTA JANE HEISE Lor1 A Club 2 3 4 Coop Student4 GLC 3 Survey TraInIng Club 2 NatIonal Honor Socuety WILLIAM HEISLER DONNA I-IELMICK Donna CHERYL HENCSEL Chery Fr1endsh1p Club 3 4 I86 KAREN ELAINE HENNIE Karen Cadet Band 2 3 4 FrIendsh1p Club 3 FNC FTA 2 3 GAA 2 Marchung Ba 8 DAVID MARK HEUER Dave Choral Masters 4 Mrxed ChoIr 2 I78 WILLIAM HIGHLAND 1 LORRAINE MARCIA HILL Lor1 S 4 E Room ACflVlflE5 4 FTA 2 3 Malorette Club 2 3 Pol1t1cal Atta1rs Club 4 Spectrum 4 Cheernng Block 4 IB9 I84 I96 LINDA SUSAN HIMES Linda AFS 4 Choral Masters 4 G1rIs Concert ChoIr 3 Grrls Glee Club 2 Spectrum 4 World AffaIrs Club 4 NatIonal Honor SocIety 4 I9B I78 2 6 VIOLA HIVELY Vrolo RALPH HLEBAK RalDl'l ANTHONY HOCEVAR Tony MARGARET ANN HOCEVAR Peg Cheerleaders 2 E Room ACTIVITIES 4 EuclIdIan Busnness Staff 3 4 Eucl1d1an TraInIng Club 2 A 3 Homecom1ng 3 4 IQS 4 NFL Prom Commlttee 3 Skl Club 2 3 4 Spectrum 4 Student Counc1I Representatwe 3 4 Talent Scouts EHS 3 Usher 3 Wlnter Fest1vaI Court 3 208 203 202 205 20l I74 RUTH ANN HOCEVAR Ruth Cadet Band 2 3 Marchlng Band 3 Spectrum 4 World AffGlTS Club 4 201 I96 MARSHA ALICE HODAKIEVIC Hod1 BIg Show 3 Cheerleader 2 3 4 JV Basketball Capta1n 2 Choral Masters 4 FrIendsh1p Club FN 3 4 G1rIs Glee Club 3 Mux ChoIr 2 Lettermen s Club 4 Secretary 4 Letter man 4 Spsnts 3 4 Treasurer 4 Cheenng Block 4 Wmtgr Festlval Court 4 I24 I78 O BETH LOUISE HODDER Beth Choral Masters 4 GAA 2 3 4 GIrls Concert ChoIr 3 Mnxed ChoIr 2 Panther 4 Ska Club 4 Sp1rIts 4 Wal Napolo 2 3 4 VIce Presldent 4 Usher 3 World Affaurs Club 4 Cheer1ng ack 4 7 125 205 20 20 196 CHERYL HODGES Cheryl TERRY HODGSON TerfY DANNY ANTHONY MICHAEL HOFFMAN Hotlsps Choral Masters 3 4 ERoom ACflVIfI95 4 Football 3 4 JV Footbal 2 Mnxed ChoIr 2 Key Club 2 3 4 Lettermen s Club 3 4 Letter mn234 NFL4 Sp1r1ts4 Track234 IOO IBB 200 202 ELIZABETH HOHS Ellzabeth 3, 4. l9l, l86,' 3, 198. ' , I ' I d , : - I : I . .n 2 J'II 4. 191, 195. ' . , ' , 3', 4', FSTIA. 3, 4, G.A.A.'2., 3, 42 3, 4, ruc '4,'M'xed Cho1r'2, G.L.C. 3, 4, GI'-I ' 1,45 . .P . f Bill v - . , ' ,'l85, 2, 1913. 3' 9 Om .0 5 . l , 1 ' 9 l24, 136, l84, , , , 205. ' Cr , , , . . . 5 " Af- , . 1 ' ' , 1 - . - ' 5 ' , , 3, 4, . . . , 5 . . . 5 nd T , , 110, 2, 196. 2, 3, 4. 182, I 5,181- - I lv I ' I - Folk , g .... 5 . . . 5 ' Glee l I u ' ' ' . , , . I . B'll . B f Ar.. , - I , .41 2, N.F.L. g I S' A I I V , . , l84, 2 1 ' 2 - 201' 189- I ' ' ' ' 0 - f , , , 20l. 01, 19 . ' ' ' 126, , 20ll ' ' ' , , , - ' ' I " - polo 2, 3, 4, World Affairs Club 3, 4, Buckeye I V I l98, , , , I96. ' ' ' , , J 5 V - . .. , . . 4, T , ,4, N.A.s.s. 3, 4. 178, , 200, , I . . . .f , 205, 1 , 112. I 2 I , F.T. . 5 b U , J . . . 5 . 1 . 45 I 19-if ' ' ' ' ' I z ' " ' - . ' B'll I " ' . I . 3V'? A H V I I: I , , A. 494. 3, 4, A. .C. , I5 ' -ed 205. .I H l I ' I I' . 2 ' - , 1 IB6, : , z . ISS, 2 ,1a, 131. , 1 1 - IB . . I I - - I 2 5. Bl . 1' B, , , 0, 4,' , 1139. fl - . I74. ' . - I I A 'f 'V A' 0 " 5 1 . , , 190. . , ' 3. 173, , , , , 112. JEFFREY A. HOINSKI Jeff DAVID HOLCOMBE Dave THOMAS GLENN HOLLOWAY Tom A.F.S. 2, 35 Concertsjonci 2, 3, 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4, A stant'Secretary 45 March- ing Band 2, 3, 45 N tional Honor Society 3, 45 Survey Editorial 807234, News Editor 45 Survey Training Club im Leaders , 45 Wai Napolo 35 World Affairs Club 4. 189, 180, 203, 188, 181, 198, 170, 196. oousums HORAN Doug N.F.L. 45 J.V. Tennis Bfgtional Honor Society 4. 202. ii 11 .FJ JAMES HORGAN Jim CATHERINE LOUISE HORNA Cathy E-Room Activities 35 Friendship Club 35 Home- coming 45 Student Council Representative 3, 4. 174. GARY HUSTON The Oi Ier CHERYL IAFELICE lafelice Junior Red Cross 25 Friendship Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 45 Student Council Representative 4. 186, 205, 201, 174. GUY LOUIS PAUL IARUSSI, JR. Wap Baseball 3, 45 Bowling 35 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Football 25 J.V. Football 25 Gym Leaders 3, 45 Key Club 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letter- man 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 4. 188, 200, 205, 174, coi.LEEN MARIE IRWIN Colleen PATRICIA iuLiANo Pat Transfer Student. ooNALD J, IVANCIG -' Don Transfer Student. F.T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 45 N.F.L. 45 NationaI"'Hoi1or Society 4. 184, 202, 198. ' ' DAWN SUZANNE JACKSON Dawn Choral Masters 3, 4, Treasurer 45 E-Room Activi- ties 45 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 35 Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming 45 Maiorette Club 25 Spirits 45 l.Q,S. 4. 178, 200, 203, 208 ROBERT KAPLOWITZ Red Baron Transfer Student. J.V. Basketball 25 Cross Coun- try 2, 35 J.V. Football 25 F.T.A. 35 Gym Leaders 25 Letterman 35 J.V. Swim Team 2, 3. JEROME KAPSCH Jerry GARY KAPUDJA Gary RONALD L. KARASH 5 Mr. Prez A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Candidate '35 E-Room Activities 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 25 Political Affairs Club 25 Science Seminar 25 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 25 Student Council Representative 2, President 45 Wrestling 35 J.V. Wrestling 2, 35 Wrestling Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 4. 188, 189, 198, 205. JANE HOWELL Janie WILLIAM F. HORNSBY aiu JERRY NOLAN I-ioRToN Jerry Key Club 2, 3, 4, ski club 4. las, 205. JANE Louise HORVAT Jane F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 2, 35 N.F.L. 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Supply Store 3, 4, Student Manager 4. 184, 198, 194. JUDITH HOWE Judy Friendship Club 3, 45 Spectrum 45 Ski Club 4. WAYNE ERIC KARBERG.: 7, Wayne Movie Club 2, 3, 45':SEie35tce Seminar 2, 3, 45 Stamp Club 3, 45 Profacgnist 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. 191, 1 , 198. THOMAS KARPY Tom LEONARD KARR Lenny JOSEPH KASTELIC Joe MARY KASTELIC Mary Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Political Affairs Club 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 2, 45 Cheering Block 4. 186, 201, 205. JEANNE HOWELL Jeannie Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 4. 205. CHARLES HRASTAR Chuck PATRICIA ANNE HRNYAK Granny Girls Glee Club 2. JOSEPH HUBISH Joe STARLYN HUDEC Star Friendship Club 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 45 Survey Training Club 35 Usher 35 World Affairs Club 45 Cheering Block 4. 186, 184, 202, 205, 201, 196, 189. BETTY ANN HUDSON Betty Choral Masters 3, 45 Friendship Club 45 F.B.L.A. 1365GirIs Glee Club 25 Ski Club 3, 4. 178, 186, RONALD JACKSON Ron LINDA JAKUBEN Linda MICHAEL JANKOVICH Mike SANDRA JENNISON Sandra BARBARA ANN JERIN Barb F.B.L.A. 4. 194. LINDA MARIE JERSE Lin Choral Masters 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Cabi- net 2, 3, Treasurer 45 F.N.C. 25 F.T.A. 3. 4, Executive Board 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir 25 G.L.C. 45 Student Council Representative 2, 45 Usher 2, 3. 174, 178, 184, 186, 192 BARBARA JOHNSON Barbara NANCY JOHNSON Nancy WILLIAM SCOTT JOHNSON Bill E-Room Activities 45 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Key Club 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letter- man 3, 45 Track 3, 4. 100, 112, 200. DONNA MARIE DIANE JONKE Donna Co-op Student 45 Friendship Club 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Ski Club 45 Cheering Block 45 Spectrum 2, 4, Nationat Honor Society 4. 186, 189, 194, 195, 198, 201,205 RANDY JORDON Randy SUSAN LOUISE JUDITH JOST Doomer Friendship Club 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Movie Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representa- tive 45 Usher 25 World Affairs Club 25 F.N.C. 4. 174, 186, 191, 194. ADELLA KACZUR Adella RICHARD ROBERT KAGZUR Kaze Cross Country 3, 45 Lette1men's Club 3, 45 Letter- man 3, 45 Science Segiinar 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Indoor Track 2, 3, 45 N.5Q.S.S. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. 110, 112, 197, 198, 200. MONIKA KASTENS Monika SHERYEL KAVULA Sherri Friendship Club 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 4. 186, 205. TERRY KEARNS Terry MICHAEL KEKIC Mike BRENT HUEBNER Brent DONNA HUEBNER Donna F.T.A. 3, 4. 184. PATRICIA HULL Pat ANTHONY HUMBERT Tony SHIRLEY HUMBERT Shirley Friendship Club 45 F.B.L.A. 4. 186, 194. DAVID HUNCHAREK Dave GREGORY HUNT Greg DALE HUNTER Dole LINDA KADOW Linda CHARLES KADUN Charles VICTORIA KALNASY Vickie Friendship Club 4. 186. 237 Ad Clumb 3, 45 Chess Club 2, 3, 45 Eucuyo 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 45 P.A. Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 35 World Affairs Club 3, 45 Wrestling 2. 100, 176, 191, 196, 201, 202. SIDNEY KELLERMAN Sid E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 4? F.N.C. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Homecoming 45 Movie Club 45 Student Council Representative 2, 4. 174, 185, 186, 191. WILLIAM ROSCOE KELLEY, JR. Roscoe Transfer Student. Basketball 35 J.V. Basketball 35 Eucuyo 35 Football 3, 45 F.B.L.A, 2, 35 Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letter- man 35 Movie Club 2, 3, 4. 100, 191, 200. LAWRENCE J. KEMPER Hey you Camera Club 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Key Club 2, 35 Movie Club 2, 3, 45 P.A. Club 45 Stage Crew 35 l.Q.S. 4. 60, 190, 191, 203, 210. EDWARD KENIK Ed WILLIAM MICHAEL KENTNER Bill Swim Leaders 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4, Sergeant of Arms 45 N.F.L. 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Swim Team 2, 35 J.V. Swim Team 25 Wai Nopolo 2, 3. 188, 202. 205. DAWN MARIE KEPETS Dawn Big Show 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 4, President 45 Survey Business Staff 45 National Honor Society 45 I.Q.S. 4. 172, 183, 198, 201, 203. JAMES RICHARD KERMAVNER Jim P.A. Club 3. JANET KERZISNIK Janet ROBERT K. KIBLER Robert THOMAS KILKENNEY Tom Bowling 3, Foremen's Club 4, President 4, Gym Leaders 4. 190 GORDON LEONARD KIMBERLY Kim Basketball 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, J.V. Foot- ball 2, Key Club 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Spirits 4, Track 2, 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4. 112, 126, 188, 200. PRISCILLA JO KlNlOSi'l Jo F.B.L.A. 3, G.A.A. 3, Ski Club 4, National Honor Society 4. 198, 205 BRUCE D. KING Bruce Cross Country 2, 3, Letterman 2, 3, N.F.L. 4, Track 2. 202. KENNETH RALPH KING Bat Man Bowling 2, 3, Gym Leaders 3, Wrestling 3, J.V. Wrestling 2. BARBARA KINSLEY Barb Choral Masters 2, Friendship Club 4. 186. JERRY CRAIG KIRCHNER Jelly Belly Frog Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Football 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Letterman 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. 100,116,180 GEORGE JOHN KISH George Wrestling 4. 116, JEFFREY ERNEST KISH Jeff Cadet Band 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Track2 , 3. 110, 200. JERRY ERNEST KISH Jerry Cadet Band 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Track 2, 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2, Indoor Track 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. 110, 112, 198, 200. KATHY LEOLA KLANN Katie Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Homecom- ing 3. 186. MARGARET JEAN KLEIN Marge F.N.C. 4, Cheering Block 4. 185, 189. DIANE JANET KLEMENCIC Diane E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. 194. JAMES KLOPOVIC Klop Choral Masters 3, 4, Mixed Chair 2, Ski Club 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. 178, '205. DEBORAH ANN KOBESSEN Debbie Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Majorette Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4. 186, 194, 205. ERNESTINE KODRA Ernestine MICHELE KATHRYN KOEPP Micky Friendship Club 3, G.A.A. 3. BRUCE KOETH Bruce TANYA ANN KOKAL Tanya Choral Masters 4, E-Room Activities 3 ,4, Eu- clidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Photo Editor 4, As- sistant Photo Editor 3, Euclidian Training Club 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 3, Mixed Choir 2, G.L.C. 3, 4, Homecoming 3, 4, N F.L. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Prorn Committee 3, 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Rep- resentative 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, I.Q.S. 4, Winter Festival Queen 4, l.Q.S. 4. 110, 178, 184, 186, 192, 198, 202, 203, CHRISTINE KOLB SUSAN KOLENC Christine Sue Girls Glee Club 2, 4, Maiorette Club 2, 4, Ski Club 3, 4. 205. ANNAMARIE KONTE Anna Transfer Student. F.B.L.A 4, G.A.A. 2. 194. JOHN EUGENE KORACIN Corpse JOSEPH KORDOS Joe SANDRA KORMENDI Sandy Eucuyo 2, 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.LC. 3, 4, Executive Board 4, National Honor Society 4. 186, 192. ROSANNE KORZUNOWSKI Rosanne Friendship Club 2, 3, Mixed Choir 2. ALICE KOSKI Alice JACOB KOSS Jacob THOMAS JOHN KOST Tom TIMOTHY JAMES KOST Tim KATHLEEN KOSTELIC Kathleen CHERYL ANN KOSTICK Cher Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, G.A A. 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 4, Girls Concert Choir 3, Cheering Block 4. 186, 189, 194, 201, 205. LESLIE KOTH Leslie CHERYL ANN KOTORAC Cheryl Co-op Student 4, National Honor Society 4. 195, 198. FRANK EDWARD KOVACEVIC Doc Baseball 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 3, 4. 200 EDWARD G. KOVACH Ed LINDA ANNE KOVACH Linda Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Majorette Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4, National Honor Society 4. 186, 194, 198, 205. DANIEL JOSEPH KOVATCH Horny Key Club 2, 3, 4, Science Seminar 2, 3, Spectrum 4, Student Council Representative 3, 4, 174. KAREN LYNN KOZAK Kozak E-Room Activities 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, Girls Glee Club 2, Major- ette Club 2, 3, Student Council Representative 3, 4, Talent Scouts EHS 2, Usher 2, 3. 174 ROSEMARY KOZAR Rosie Choral Masters 4, Friendship Club 3, 4, F.N,C. 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Ski Club 4, Usher 3, Cheer- ing Block 4, National Honor Society 4. 178, 185, 186, 189, 205. DARRYL KOZEL Darryl JOSEPH KRAJNYAK Joe Gym Leaders 3, 4. JOYCE ANN KRAMER Joy Friendship Club 4. 186. DALE KRECH Curly Gym Leaders 3, 4. KATHERINE L KREN Kathy Friendship Club 2, 4, National rats, 198. 238 Honor Society 4. PATRICIA JOAN ELIZABETH KRlSHON Patty Transfer Student. Folk Club 4. 176. BARBARA KRUGER Barbara Eucuyo 2, 3, Assistant Editor 3, Euclidian Train- ing Club 2, Mixed Choir 2, l,Q.S. 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Science Seminar 3. 198, 202, 203. MARY ELLEN KUCHARSKI Mary Ellen Big Show 3, Cheerleader 2, E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Homecoming 4, Majorette Club 3, Student Council Representa- tive 4, Usher 3. 174. PAULA ANN KUCHLING Ed Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, GA.A. 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2, National Honor Society 4. 178, 180, 181, 192, 198, CARL D. KUKLICA Carl ROBERT MERL KUNSMAN Bob Transfer Student. RANDOLPH R. KUZNIK Randy Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Stage Crew 3, Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 18O,181, 183. SUZANNE LEE LABOUNTY Baloney Friendship Club 4, G.A.A. 2, Student Council Representative 3. 186 LINDA LACKNER Linda Friendship Club 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Student Coun- cil Representative 4. 174, 186, 194. BARRY ROBERT LAINE Barry Key Club 2, N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council Representative 3, National Honor Society 4. 202 MARSHA LEE LAMACCHIA Shortie BRUCE ARTHUR LAMB Bruce Big Show 2, 3, 4, Eucuyo 4, Fall Play 2, 3, 4, Folk Club 3, Ski Club 4, Spring Play 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. 177, 202, 205. CECILA ILENE LAND Cib Friendship Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 4, F.B.L.A. 4. 186, 194,201 RONALD C. LANESE Ron SHARON LEE LANG Sharri E-Room Activities 3, 4, Fall Play 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 3, 4, N.F.L, 3, Spring Play 3, Usher 2, 3, World Af- fairs Club 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 186, 205. CHERYL MARIE LARGE Cher Folk Club 3, Friendship 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. 186, 194. BARBARA LASER Barb Friendship Club 2, 3, F.N.C, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 4, Spectrum 2, 3, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2. 170, 185, 192, 193. STERLING RUSSES LAUB Butch Co-op Student 4, Retail Management 4, D.E.C.A. 4. 105. CECILIA LAUER Cecilia JOSEPH P. LAUKIAVICH Jot Baseball 2, 3, 4. SANDRA ANN GRACE LAWRENCE Sandee Folk Club 35 Friendship Club 25 Co-op Student 4. 105. NANETTE LEBARON Nanette Friendship Club 25 F.N.C. 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum 45 Survey Editorial Staff 45 Survey Training Club 35 Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 170, 201. PAUL LEBER Paul Golf Club 3, 45 Key Club 45 Gym Leader 35 LeHerman's Club 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.F.L. 4. 188, 200, 202. CAROL ANN LEBET Carrie Junior Red Cross 45 Friendship Club 45 Girls Glee Club 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 4. 186,194. LINDA LEE Linda JOHN LEES John P.A. Club 3, 4. DENNIS LEFOND Dennis I.Q.S, 4. 203. NICHOLAS FRANK LEMMO Nick GERALDINE LEONELLI Gerry SUSAN LESINSKY Sue BRUCE LEVINE DONNA LOUISE LEWIS Donna Lou Co-op Students 45 Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Ski Club 4. 105, 194, 205. JAMES LEWIS Jim Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 35 J.V. Basketball 25 Cross Country 35 J.V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Ski Club 45 N.F.L. 4. PAUL LIBBY Paul LAVERNE LINDIC Laverne Transfer Student. Student Supply Store 45 Co-ap Students 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Student Council Representative 2. 105, 186, 194. WERNER CHARLES LINDQUIST Charlie Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Survey Editorial Staff 45 l.Q.S. 45 N.F.L. 45 Pit Bond 2, 3, 4. 170, 180, 181, 202, 203. VICTORIA A. LINICH Vicki Transfer Student. JEAN MARIE LINK Jean Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 35 F.N.C. 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 35 Mixed Choir 25 Survey Business Staff 45 Survey Business Staff 45 Survey Training Club 35 l.Q.S. 45 Cheering Block 45 National Honor Society 4. 172, 184, 189, 198, 203. ROBERT EARL LINSZ Bub Gym Leaders 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 4, Secretary 45 Cheering Block 45 Spirits 3, 45 President 45 Student Coun- cil Representative 45 Track 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. 116, 174, 188, 189, 198, 200. JOSEPH LIPKO Joe DARLENE SUSAN LIPOVEC Darlene Cadet Band 25 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Survey Editorial 3, 4, Survey Co-Editor 45 Survey Train- ing Club 25 Usher 35 Wai Napolo 3, 45 United Appeal Committee 4, 170, 174, 184, 198, 201, 203, 204. LINDA EVE LOCZY Lynn E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4. JEROME LONCALA Jerry Bowling 25 Foremen's Club 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 188, 205. JOSEPH WALTER LOREK Joe Cross Country 45 J.V. Football 25 F.N.C. 45 Gym Leaders 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 45 Track 3, 45 Indoor Track 3, 4. 110, 112, 185, 200. PETER LORENZ Pete WILLIAM HENRY LOSEE Bill Cross Country 2, 35 Homecoming 45 Key Club 45 Lettermen's Club 35 Letterman 35 Prom Com- mittee 45 Track 2, 3. 110,112, 188. DONALD LUCCI Lucc Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. 110, 112, 200. KENNETH LUCCI Ken Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. 110, 112, 200. DAVID CHARLES LUSHIN Lush Political Affairs Club 45 Spectrum 45 Student Council Representative 35 N.F.L. 45 National Honor Society 4, 196, 198, 201, 202. MARTHA LYBARGER Marty Homecoming Court 25 E-Room Activities 4. CARLEEN JEAN MACK Mack Choral Masters 45 Math Club 2. 67, 178. ROSANNE MADEJA Roe Eucuyo 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Survey Editorial Staff 45 Survey Training Club 3. 67, 170, 184, 198, 202. MICHAEL MADY SHIRLEY ANN MAGNANI Magnini Basketball 2, 3, 45 E-Room Activities 25Friend- ship Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 67, 186. KATHRYN MAKOWSKI Kathy Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Girls Glee Club 35 Mixed Choir 25 Survey Training Club 2. 67. DENNIS MALECKAR Dennis Co-op Student. 195. STEVEN MALI NE JILL MALOKAS Jill F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 G.L.C. 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 4. 67, 184, 192, 205 CAROL MALONEY Carol DALE MALONEY Dale DANIEL MALONEY Don LINDA JO MALOVAC Lin Junior Red Cross 45 Friendship Club 45 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. 67, 186,194. DONNA MALZ Don Folk Club 35 Friendship Club 45 F.B.L.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 Political Affairs Club 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Club 2. 68, 186, 194, 202, 205. MARCIA MAMRACK Marcia FRANK MANCUSO Frank TIMOTHY MANN Tim 239 PAMELA ANNE MARGHERET Pam Cheering Block 45 Choral Masters 45 Friendship Club 45 F.N.C. 3, 4, Secretary 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 35 Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 45 National Honor Society 4. 68, 178, 185, 186, 189, 198, 205. JAMES MARINO Jim Choral Masters 3, 4, 68, 178. MARIE MARKO Marie F.T.A. 3, 4. 68, 184. HAMILTON MARRON RICHARD EUGENE MARTS Rick J.V. Football 25 J.V. Wrestling 35 Wrestling 3. 68. SUSAN MASSELLA Sue DONNA ANN MATES PokeyPo Friendship Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 3. 68, 186. GAIL ANNE MATTEO Gail Junior Red Cross 45 Friendship Club 4. 68, 186. PATRICIA MATTES Pat Friendship Club 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 25 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Student Council Representative 3. 68, 186, 205. CECELIA ELIZABETH MAVEC Cece Choral Masters 45 Folk Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 G.A.A. 25 Girls Glee Club 2. 68, 178, 194. PAULA MAXWELL Paula JAMES MAYER Jim CAROL ANN MAYKA Carol F.B.L.A. 3, 45 Spectrum 45 National Honor So- ciety 4. 69, 194, 198. MICHAEL MAYOCK Bik Mike Camera Club 45 Folk Club 3, 45 P.A. Club 3, 45 Student Council Representative 4, 69, 174, 176, 190. MARILYN McBRIDE Marilyn F.N.C. 3, 45 Folk Club 35 G.A.A. 25 Spectrum 45 World Affairs Club 45 69, 185, 196. JOAN MCCONACHA Joan DIANE MCFARLAND Diane CATHERINE J. MCGRAW Cath Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 2. 69, 170, 184, 193, 205. DAVID HANSEN McKEE Dave Cadet Band 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Executive Board 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 69, 100, 110, 188. DOLORES McKEE Dolores JOHN McKlERNAN John JOHN EDWARD MCREDMOND John Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 25 J.V. Basketball 25 E-Room Activities 45 Football 2, 35 J.V. Foot- ball 25 Gym Leaders 25 Key Club 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 4. 69, 100. DONALD MEDVED Don WILLIAM ANJTHONY MELARAGNO Bill IRENE MARGARET NIELSEN BARBARA ANN NASON PETER MEROS Pete DARLA JEAN MERRITT Darla Transfer Student FTA 4 69 184 MICHAEL MERRITT M:ke SHARON LORAINE METYK Sharon Cheerrng Block 4 Fr:endsh:p Club 2 3 4 F T A s er 7 184 WILLIAM MIKANOVICH CAROLYN MIKLAVCIC Carolyn ALBERT JOHN MIKLAVIC JR Cadet Band 2 Concert Band 3 Co op Students 4 Marchnng Band 3 Pep Band 3 Put Band 3 Reta:I Management 4 70 105 JOSEPH MIKOVICH oe ANTOINETTE MARIE MILAVEC Ton: Eucl:d:an Tra:n:ng Club 2 Folk Club 3 FTA 3 4 GLC 3 4 Survey ness Staff 4 Assrstart Ad Manaaer 4 Survey Tra:n:na Club 3 Natlonal Honor Soc:ety 4 70 184 192 01 DENNIS JOSEPH MILAVEC Denny JV Sw:rn Team 2 3 70 SUSAN MILLAC ue WILLIAM WELLS MILLAR AFS 2 3 A Treasurer 3 Pres:dent 4 AFS F:naI:st 3 Cheerrng Block 4 VICE presndent 4 Choral Masters 3 4 Concert B nd 2 3 4 E cI:d:an Ed:tor:aI Staff 3 EucI:d:an Tra:n:ng Club 2 Homecomlng 2 3 4 Jun:or Cabunet 3 Key Club 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Presndent 4 Marcl-:mg Band 2 3 4 Nat:onaI Honor Soc:ety3 4 Treas urer 4 Pep Band 3 4 PoI:t:caI Atfalrs Club 2 Sclence Semnnar 2 3 Sophomore Cablnet 2 Spectrum 2 3 Treasurer 3 Sp:r:ts 3 4 Student Counc:l Rearesentatwve 2 3 Execut:ve Board 4 Swlrn Leader 4 Usher 3 Wa: Napolo 2 3 Treasurer 3 World Atfa:rs Club 2 3 Pres:dent BRYON MILLER Bryon CAROL MILLER Carol Fr:endsh:p Club 2 FNC 3 FTA 4 Spectrum 3 Survey Bus:ness Staff 3 4 Survey Tra:n:ng Club 3 Usher 3 Natlonal Honor Soc:ety 4 7 172 4 DONALD IRWIN MILLER Don Choral Masters 3 4 Football 3 4 JV Football 2 M:xed Chour 2 Gym Leaders 3 4 Lettermen s u 3 4 erman 3 4 k b 2 rack 3 4 12 178 200 KENNETH H MILLER Ken Cross Country 2 E Room Act:v:t:es 4 Key Club 3 4 Lettermens Club 3 4 Letterman 2 3 4 N FL 4 Student Counc:l Representatwe 3 4 Vars:ty Sw:m Team 2 3 4 120 I71 PAUL MILLER Paul FREDRICK MILLS Fred E Room Act:v:t:es 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Letter men s Club 3 4 Letterman 3 4 Sp:r:ts 4 Ten n:s2 3 4 NASS 3 4 Nat:onal Honor Soc:ety I4 188 198 ROBERT M MINOR Bob Transfer Student Baseball 2 Cross Country 2 Gym Leaders 2 3 4 Letterman 2 3 Wrestl:ng 2 3 4 JV Wrestlmg 2 3 Wrestlmg Club 2 3 ROSE MARIE MITCH Flower Fr:endsh:p Club 3 4 Sk: Club 4 Talent Scouts 71 186 JUDITH MOBBS Judy THOMAS MOLNAR Tom Co op Students 4 71 EVONNE MONOYUDIS Evonne JOHN MOONEY John DARLENE MOORE Dar Frsendslrup Club 4 GAA 2 3 4 Prom Commut tee 3 Sk: Club 4 Student Counc:l Representa :ve2 3 71 186 201 CAROLYN MORELL Carolyn TERRENCE G MORMILE Terry Eucuyo 3 4 Gym Leaders 2 3 Student Counc:l Representat:ve3 4 71 174 202 DENNIS MORRIS Denny Transfer Student Sc:ence Semlnar 3 4 71 WAYNE THOMAS MOSTER Wayne BRUCE MUEHLMAN Bruce MARY ANN MUKAVETZ Muk A 3 4 Sk: CIub4 72 SHARON MURPHY Murt endshlp 2 3 4 GAA 2 4 Sk: Clu JOSEPH NEMETH BRUCE NESBETT HARRY NEUMANN LAWRENCE L NEUVIRTH oe Bruce Buck Larry FTA 4 Key Club 4 Sc:ence Semunar 184 188 7 LENA DARLENE NEWLEN F B LA 3 Spectrum 4 201 SALLY JO NEWMAN Lena Sally Fr:endsh:p Club 3 F B LA 3 4 PoI:t:cal Affaurs CIub3 Spectrum4 194 201 RAYMOND NEWNES HOWARD NIEBERDING MARY NIEHAUS Ray Sk:p Mary Margaret Spectrum 4 Student Counc:l Representat:ve 3 4 72 174 186 201 O5 BRUCE MURRAY Bruce JEANNE MUSCENTI Jeanne BLA 4 Sk: Club3 4 72194 JOANNE MYERS RICHARD MYLES DONNA JEAN NAGY Fr:endsh:p Club 2 3 4 GAA 72 186 CHERYLE JEAN NALEPA I Joanne R:chaord Peanuts Sk: Club Sherr: Barb Cadet Band 2 3 4 Fr:endsh:p Club 3 4 GAA 4 GLC 3 4 Marchung Ba d 3 4 t:onal Honor Soc:ety 3 4 Spectrum 2 Student Counc:l Representatwe 2 Survey Ed:tor:aI Staff 18 186 192 LINDA NAYLOR Lunda CHARLOTTE EILEEN NEFF Charlue Gurls Glee Club 3 DAVID NEFF Dave Gym Leaders 4 GAIL NEITHERCOTT Ga: S r' u 4 I e Club 2 3 ack 3 4 Sk: 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 Sprmg Play 2 Survey Bus:ness Staff 2 3 4 Ass:stant C:rcuIat:on Man ager 4 Survey Tra:n:ng Club 2 World Aftalrs Club3 172 176 189 202 O5 SANDRA NELSON Sandy CHRISTOPHER JOHN NEMETH Chr:s Camera Club 2 3 EucI:d:an Ed:tor:aI Staff 3 Eucl:d:an Tra:n:ng Club 2 Fall Play 4 Nat:onaI Honor Soc:ety 4 198 206 240 AFS 3 4 AFS Amer:can Abroad 3 Choral Masters 4 Fr:endsh:p Club 2 3 Executwe Board GAA 2 3 4 G:rls Gle C b 2 3 G 3 4 H:stor:an 4 Homecomsng 2 3 4 IQS 4 Junlor Class Secretary 3 NFL 4 Nat:onaI Honor Soc:ety 3 4 Prom Comm:ttee 3 Sk: Club 3 4 Sp:r:ts 4 Student Counc:l Repre sentat:ve 3 4 Homecom:ng Court 4 Survey Ed: tor:al Staff 3 4 Survey Tra:n:ng Club 3 Usher 200 202 203 19 HOWARD NOCK Howard Bwl:nQ234NFL4 2 FRANK RICHARD NovA:c Rrck Bwl:ng234NFL4 2 RICHARD NOVAK Rlchard VIRGINIA LEE NOVINC Glnny EucI:d:an Tra:n:ng Club 3 Fr:endsh:p Club 2 3 FTA 2 3 4 Executwe 8oard4 GAA 2 3 Nat:onal Honor Soc:ety 3 4 Survey Bus:ness Staff 4 Secretary 4 Survey Tra:n:ng Club 3 184 98 MA RGAR ET O CONNELL Co op Students 4 Maporette Club 2 3 Nat:onaI Honor Soc:ety 4 195 198 Margaret ANTOINETTE MARIE ODDA Ton: Frxendshlp Club 3 4 186 PHILLIP OKULOVICH KAREN GERALDINE OLESKI Karen eenng Bl ck 4 FNC 3 GAA 2 V:ce Pres:dent 4 N FL 4 Sk: Club 4 Student Counc:l Representanve 3 Survey Tra:n:ng Club 2 Survey Bus:ness Staff 3 4 Spectrum 4 Na t:onaI Honor Soc:ety 4 IQS 4 172 189 193 198 201 202 05 ALLEN OLGIATE Allen JV FootalI2 FTA 4 Sk: Club3 4 184 205 SHARON OLSHANSKY Sharon Fr:endsh:p Club 2 3 GA A 2 DENNIS O NEILL Co op Students 4 WAYNE BRIAN ONEILL Wayne Concert Band 2 3 4 March:ng Band 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 4 Put Band 2 3 4 Survey Bus: ness Staff 4 180 183 GAIL ON ICK Ga: ROBERT ORMSTON Robert J . . . 5 5 ' ' 3, 4. ' : ' ' , , : -. . f '19, 2, 3, 4, GATA. 2, 3, 4, u :I 3. o, , :a9. Bu: f' ', . , f ,2o5. - .... , . . . AI . ' ' ' ' J . . 2, 3, 4, GA A. 2,. , , , , ' Busil E , ,2 1' ' ' 3, ,A , ,' b,':U ,,.:.,c. F,T..,,A , ,:92. ' S Ffl ' if 4 I - - -. 13' I f ID 'if 3. :o2, :7d, I74, ws, :a9, 192, 3, :9a, an: I J,-5 0' ,,:..,,2o. .. , . ' .l.O I. ,' ul . '. r - . F. - . . - ' - .'- ' '205' 0' ,,,....20. 3. 70,174,'I80,188,189,I98,200. ' SHARON ANN NAGODE Nosode ' ' f V I I , 5 ' ' - .' 9 ,: '. ' ' ' ' , , : . . . 2: ' 3, 4. , ,205. , 1 , , - ' I - , F.B,..,A, 4. 194. o, ,:a. ' I 5 I 7 , , 2, 3, g . ,L ll, I, ' n I ,I ,'NaL Phil CII b , 5 Lettl , g S iIClu , 3, 45 I A I 2' ' I' r , . 7:, :oo,: , , ,zos 2,3.4. wo, 131, 2, , ,wa Ch"o ,...5'...,3,4, - , l I , - ': ' ' , z . . . . ' , , , , 'I , 4 A.F, . 3, 4, Fall Play 3, 'olk c: :J 3, , ons , , g . , 5 ' ' Gle , 5 Tr 5 N.F.L. , ' Club , 4. 71,1 , , ,200. , I, 5 , gp ' I .5 :lef ' A' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , , AI 4' ' Jos., , , 4 I I ,' . VIRGINIA REICHMAN Ginny LORETTA OSOWSKI Loretta Friendship Club 4, Student Council Representa- tive 4. 174, 186. CAROL ANN OSTRANDER Frosty Cadet Band 2, F.N.C. 4, N,F.L. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4. 185, 202, 204. MAUREENE LOUISE OTIS Moe Friendship Club 4, Student Council Representa- tive 3. . 186. CHARLES OTT Chuck ELEANOR ANN OZBOLT Eleanor National Honor Society 4. 198. NANCY LOU OZBOLT Nancy Political Affairs Club 3. CAROL ANN OZNOWICH Ozzie Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Student Council Representative 3. 74, 186. PHILIP PAGON Phil CAROL JEAN PAIK Carol Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Ski Club 4, Talent Scouts 2, 4. 186, 194, 205. JANINE A. PAOLELLA Janine Co-op Students 4, E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club 3, F.B.L.A. 2, Student Council Representative 4, National Honor Society 4. 174, 195, 198. JEANNE JOYCE PAPP Jeanne Friendship Club 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Movie Club 4. 186,191,194, GREGORY BURNSIDE PIKE Greg Big Show 4, Cadet Band 2, 3, Choral Masters 3, 4, Concert Band 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Fall Play 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, Letterman 3, Marching Band 4, Orchestra 4, Student Council Representative 3, Track 2. 178, 180, 183, 188. CYNTHIA ANN PILLAR Cindy E-Room Activities 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 2, 3, President 4, Homecoming Court 3, Student Council Representative 4. 174, 186. Jeanette MARY LEE RADONICH F.B.L.A. 4. 194. Mary ANITA MARIE PlLO'l'l'l DONNA PISNAR Don Cheering Block 4, Friendship Club 4, F.N.C. 4, Spectrum 4. 185, 186, 189, 201. MICHAEL JOHN PLAVCAN Mike National Honor Society 4. 198. ROBERT PLESCIA Poncho JOHN PLESEC John SUSAN PLUMMER Susie Friendship Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Girls Glee Club 2, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4 186, 194, 205. STANLEY POPIOLEK Stanley TIMOTHY PORTIK Timothy JO ANN POSATIERE Jo Ann DOROTHY JEAN POZUN Jean ROBERT PARK Robert JOHN PARKER Park SALLY PARKER Sally ROBERT ELLSWORTH PARKINSON, JR. Bob Transfer Student. LAWRENCE PARZIALE Larry REBECCA PATE Becky Folk Club 3, F.N.C. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Mixed Choir 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Wai Napolo 4, World Affairs Club 4, Student Council Representative 4, Spec- trum 4. 174, 185, 196, 201, 204, 205. WALTER EDWARD PAULAUSKAS Wally THOMAS PAYNE Tom WILLIAM PEKOL Bill E-Room Activities 4, Foremen's Club 4, Gym Leaders 2, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 4. 75, 174, 190. JACQUELINE K. PENNER Jackie 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3. ROBERT LOUIS PENNZA Bob Camera Club 2, 4, Homecoming 2, 4, l.Q.S. 3, 4, SL9i6ve5'O3EditoriaI Staff 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. ROBERT JOHN PETERS Pete KATHRYN PETERSON Kathy Transfer Student. Girls Glee Club 2. LINDA MARIE PETKOVIC Lin Ad Club 3, 4, F.N.C. 4. 185, 191. GLEN PHILLIPS Glen Friendship Club 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Maiorette Club 2. 186, 194. RAYMOND PREZTAK Prezy Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, Swim Leaders 3, 4, Letterman 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Track 2, Wai Napolo 3, Swim Team 3, 4, J.V. Swim Team 2. 120. JEANNE LOUISE PRICE Jeanne Choral Masters 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, Girls Glte Clua 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. 178, 198, 205. DUDLEY LOUIS PRISEL Dudley Big Show 4, Camera Club 4, Chevron Society 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Marching Bond 2, 3, 4, Talent Scouts EHS 4. 178, 180, 181, 188, 190. CAROL PROBERT Carol F.T.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Survey Training Club 3, 4, Cheering Block 4. 184, 189, ROBERT RADWANICK Bob JOAN RAFTER Joanie Friendship Club 3, 4. 77, 186. DAVID RANKER David JAYNE RASK Janie CAROL RASMUSSEN Carol National Honor Society 4. 198. LAVERNE RAST Laverne ANTHONY VINCENT RATTINI Tony Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cadet Band 2, 3, Cross Country 3, E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letter- man 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3 126, 188, 200. GERALD RAVIA Gerald CHARLES RAYMOND Charles CHRISTINE RAZUM Chris Majorettes 3, 4, Head Maiorette 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, 4. 108. RENEE REDFIELD Deb Transfer Student. E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 4, Panther 4, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 4, Student Council Representa- tive 3. 125,184, 186, 201. SANDRA REEL Sandra Transfer Student. Girls Glee Club 2, Student Council Representative 2. JOAN LEE REITER Joanie Friendship Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 3, 4. 186, 201, 205. DONALD RESSLER Don KATHLEEN RICH Kathy TERRY RICHARDS Terry DIANA ROSE RICKARD Dee Friendship Club 2. BARBARA LEE ELIZABETH RIEBE Barb Friendship Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 4, G.A.A. 2, 201, 205. DIANE ELIZABETH ROSE PROSEK Peanuts Transfer Student. DAVID PULTORAK David JANE PUNCOH Jane PEGGY PURNELL Peggy Girls Glet Club 3, 4. 179. DOREEN LOUISE PYLICK Dee Dee Friendship Club 4, F.B.L.A. 4, National Honor Society 4. 186, 194, 198. CHERYL RABB Cherie Transfer Student. JAMES RABE James 241 N.F.L. 4, Ski Club 4, Spectrum 3, 4, Student Council Representative 4, l.Q.S, 4, Survey Edi- torial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 3, World Affairs Club 4, Secretary 4, National Honor Society 4. 170, 174, 184, 186, 196, 202, 205 ROBERT RIEBE Robert DONALD ROBERT RIEDER Surfboard Cross Country 4, Letterman 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council Executive Board 2, 3, Student Supply Store 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Indoor Track 3, 4. 110, 112, 198, 200. FRANK RIHTARSHICH Frank CECILIA ELIZABETH RINALDI Cecile Big Show 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Cheering Block 4, Executive Board 4, E-Room activities 4, Friendship Club 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Spirits 4. 124, 184, 189, 192, 198, 200. LEE RISER Lee LAUREN RISSELL Lauren JOSEPH STEVEN RITZU JR oe Transfer Student Football 3 BROOKE ROBBINS Brooke SALLY JEAN ROBBINS Sally Choral Masters 3 Folk Club 4 Fnendshlp Club 4 Gnrls Glee Club 2 Talent Scouts EHS 3 4 176 86 LEE ANN ROBERTS Chlp Bug Show 3 4 Choral Masters 3 4 Fall Play 4 Folk Club 3 Mlxed Chorus 2 Stage Craft ub 3 4 177 LINDA ROBINSON Lynn Co op Students 4 GLENN ROESCH Glenn LOUIS ROGALINER Lou Play 3 3 Sprln P 3 dent Councll Representatuve 3 Talent Scouts EHS 2 3 4 Blg Show 4 JUDITH LYNN ROI-IRER Judy E Room Actlvltles 3 4 I-Iomecomrng 3 4 G LC 3 4 Nat:onal Honor Soc:ety 3 4 Sk: Club 2 3 4 Student Councll Representatwe 2 Vrce Pres: :dent4 174 192 198 05 DONALD DEXTER ROLLA Don Cross Country 3 Key Club 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soc:ety 1 Polxtlcal Affa:rs Club 2 Track 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soc:ety 4 112 188 8 MICHAEL ROSE Mrke ROBERT W ROSE Bob Cadet Band 2 3 Concert Band 4 Eucuyo 2 4 K Club 2 Marchlng Bond 2 3 4 NFL 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 POIIIICOI Affalrs b BRIAN LYNN ROSS Brlan Cross Country 4 Key Club 3 4 Lettermen s Club 4 Letterman 3 NASS 3 4 Survey Edxtorral Staff 4 Survey Tralnnng Club 3 Track 3 4 In door Track 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soc:ety IQS 12 170 188 198 200 ANTHONY ROSSI Cross Country 2 3 Football 4 Lettermen s Club 3 Letterman 2 3 Student Councll Representa :ve 4 Track 2 3 100 FRANK ROSZAK Frank SUSAN MARIE ROTE Susan FNC 3 Survey Edrtorlal Staff 3 4 Survey Tralnlng Club 2 World Affalrs Club 4 170 6 SALLY ROUTZAHN Sally Frlendshlp Club 4 FTA 4 GAA 2 Sk: Club 4 Spectrum 184 205 MARTIN ROZNIK Martln JOSEPH JEROME RUDD Jerry Baseball 2 3 4 JV Basketball 2 Cross Coun r 3 ERoom Act:v:t:es 4 Football 3 Football 2 Gym Leaders 2 3 4 Key Club 3 4 Lettermens Club 4 Letterman 3 4 Natnonal Honor Soc:ety 4 Prom Comm:ttee 4 Spnrlts 4 Talent Scouts EHS 4 Wrestlung 3 4 JV Wrest In 2 16 188 198 JOHN RUDIAK John REBECCA ANN RUPERT Becky Frendshup CIub2 FTA 3 4 GAA 2 3 Sk: Cub3 4 184 5 PHILOMENA RUSCITTO Ph:Iomena BARBARA RUSS Barb Fr1endsh:p Club 3 4 GAA 2 4 Freld Hockey 4 Gymnastucs Club 4 Mav:e Club 2 3 4 Natronal Honor Soc:ety 4 186 191 198 VICKI JO RUSSELL VICKI Fr:endsh:p Cub 3 4 Sk: Club3 4 186 205 SHARON ELIZABETH RUTKIE Sher Cheenng Block 4 Fnendshlp Club 3 4 FTA 3 4 Grrls Glee Club 2 Sk: Club 4 Spectrum 4 186 189 201 O5 WALTER RUUSKA Wally BONNIE LEE STEVENS Bonnle SHERYL ANNE SALISBURY Sherry E Room Act:v1t1es 2 Eucuyo 3 4 Folk Club 3 4 Secretary 3 Presudent 4 FTA 4 G A 2 Mnxed Chour 2 NFL 2 3 4 Pol1t:calAffa1rs ub 3 1 4 Spe rum Student Councnl Representatuve 2 Survey Ed: tonal Staff 3 4 Survey Tra:n1ng Club 2 Talent Scouts EHS 3 4 World Affalrs Club 3 4 176 196 201 202 205 SHARYN MARIE SALVO Sharyn Glrls Glee Glrl 2 VIRGINIA LOUISE SAMES Glnny Eucuyo 4 Junlor Red Cross 2 Folk Club 3 4 ce Presldent 3 4 GAA 2 Sk: Club 2 Spectrum 2 Stage Crew 2 3 4 Talent Scouts EH 3 176177 202 O5 BRIAN MICHAEL SAMMON Brran Foremer: s Club 4 Gym Leaders 2 4 190 JOEL SARICH oe B:g Show 3 4 Chevron Soc:ety 3 4 Choral Masters 3 4 Executlve Board 4 Concert Band 3 4 Euclrdran Tralnung Cub 2 Fall Key Club 2 3 4 Marchrng Band 2 3 L 4 Orchestra 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 183 188 SUSAN SARKA ue DONNA JEAN SARVER Sarv E Room ACYIVITIES 3 4 Frlendshlp Club 3 Glrls Glee Club 2 3 Homecomlng 3 4 GREGORY LEE SATTLER a Cross Country 4 F NC 4 Lettermens Club 4 Letterman4 Track3 4 110 112 185 200 LINDA SCHARLAU Llnda Frlendshlp Club 4 Malorettes 3 4 Substttute 3 Head 4 Mayorette Club 2 3 4 Student Councrl Representatnve 3 108 186 DAVID ALLEN SCHASER Shaze Bug Show 3 Concert Band 2 3 4 Fall Play 4 Key Club 3 Marchmg Band N F Orchestra 3 4 Pep Band 2 4 P:t Band 4 rack 2 3 4 ELLEN JANE SCHEINER Ellen Co op Student 4 KATHRYN ELISABETH SCHMIDT Kathle GAA 2 3 Glrls Glee Club 3 Mrxed Chorr 2 D ECA 4 ROBERT SCHMIDT Bob Foremens Club 4 Letterman 4 Wrestlmg 4 JV Wrestl:ng 3 116 190 200 ALVIN SCHMITT Co op Student 4 Faremen s Club 3 JANICE SCHNEIDER an 242 PATRICIA ANN SCHNEIDER C1 C 4 GAA 2 ROBERT ALLEN SCHNEIDER Robb:e Cross Country 3 4 Lettermens Club 3 4 Le erman2 3 4 Track2 3 4 110112 00 ALAN SCHONAUER TIMOTHY SCHOTT Tl1'l'Y RICHARD SCHROEDER R:ch RONALD SCHROEDER Ron PAULA SCHULTE Paula GAA 2 Magorette Club 2 3 Substrtute 4 Wa: Napolo 2 3 4 Sk: Club 2 3 4 Student Councll Representatlve 2 Sophomore Class Sec retary Natlonal Honor Soc:ety 4 108 198 204 JEAN SCHULTZ Jeann:e A 3 GA 3 GLC 3 4 Execu Board 4 Natuonal Honor Soc:ety 3 4 Home comrng 3 Scnence Semlnar 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Us er3 184 192 197 198 O5 STEPHEN SCHULTZ JOHN SCHULZ SANDRA SCHWABAUER Sandy Ad Club 3 4 Euclldlan Trarnlng Club 2 Fnend shnp Club 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 4 PoI1t1calAffa1rs Club 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Student Councrl Repre sentat:ve 4 Sophomore Class Treasurer 2 Cheermg Block4 174 186 189 191 196 205 JOHN SCOTT LORELEE JOAN SEMICK Lorelee Transfer Student Falk Club 4 Student Councrl Representotwe 4 Talent Scouts EHS 4 174 176 MARTIN SEREDICH RAYMON D SESTAK JUDY SHELDEN Judy C0 op Student 4 F B LA 4 194 JANET ANNE SHENK an Transfer Student Eucuyo 4 GAA 2 3 Sprnts 2 Student Cauncul Representatlve 2 N FL 4 0 BRUCE SHEPPARD Bruce P A Club 4 ROGER SHEPPARD Roger Cross Country 3 Folk Club 4 Lettermen s Club 4 Letterman 3 MOVIE Club 3 4 Track 3 176 191 OO NOREEN MARIE SHERIDAN Noreen F B L A 4 G A A 4 4 CLAUDINE REINE SHERMAN Claudlne Frlendshrp Club2 3 FTA 3 GAA 2 NFL 4 Prom Comm:ttee 4 Sk: Club 3 Spectrum 2 JUDITH ANNE SHERWOOD Judy Choral Masters 4 Fr:endsh:p Club 2 4 FNC 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 3 MIX d Cho:r2 Spectrum 4 178 186 201 RICHARD ROMAN SHISILA Rrch Baseball 2 3 4 Lettermens Club 4 Letterman 3 4 0 MICHAEL SHUMAR . 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I , . , , , AI . , I ' J , I I ' , . 20. i ' 2 .. 1 , 1 .- . . 1 ' 1 , . ,2o. J SUSAN SIDERS Susie Co-op Student 4: Friendship Club 3, F.B.L A. 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, Student Council Representative 3, National Honor Society 4. 184, 186, 194, 198. FRANK SIMCIC Congo Football 4, J.V. Football 2. 100. PAULA SIMKINS Paula Co-op Student 4, FBLA. 2, 3, Movie Club 4, National Honor Society 4, Spirits 3, National Honor Society 4. Friendship Club 4, G.A.A. 2, Maiorette Club 3, WILLIAM LEE SIMONE Chico JAMES SIMPSON Jim ANTHONY SKOK Tony THERESA LYNN SKRJANC Terry Concert Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, Or- chestra 3. NANCY SKUPIC Nancy LOREEN SLABY Lori Euclidion Training Club 2, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3. 186. VIRGINIA SLAYTON Transfer Student. Eucuyo 4. 202. KIRK MICHAEL SMEE Kirk Chess Club 4, E-Room Activities 4. 176 ALLEN DANIEL SMITH Moo Key Club 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, N.F.L. 2, E-Room Ac- tivities 4, Student Council Representative 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. 114, 174, 188, 200. BRUCE THOMAS SMITH Smitty Transfer Student. CAROL ANN SMITH Smitty Big Show 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Eucuyo 4, Euclidion Training Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, Politi- cal Affairs Club 2, Stage Crew 2, Survey Edie torial Staff 4, Survey Training Club 3, Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4, Spectrum 2, National Honor Society 4. 170, 180, 198, 202. LEO SMITH smmy Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 3, Track 3, 4. 112, 200. PAUL SMITH PHILIP SMITH JAMES SOBLESKY GREGORY JOSEPH SOBOLE Greg Cadet Band 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Letterman 2, Marching Band 2, Orchestra 2, Swim Team 4, Track 2. 120. THOMAS SORGE Tom MELANIE SPICKER WILLIAM SRNICK Bill Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Gym Leader 3, Marching Bond 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Talent Scouts EHS 2, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. 180, 181. JUDITH MARIE STANEK Friendship Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls Glee Club 2. Judy Kazutie WAYNE STARKEY KENNETH STATZ Ken OLIVER STEELMAN KATHLEEN ANN STEGURA Lippy Friendship Club 4, Choir 4. MARC STEINDLER Marc LINDA STENROOS Linda TERRY JEAN STEPIC Terry Euclidian Training Club 2, F.T.A 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Survey Business Staff 4, Survey Training Club 3, Cheering Block 4, National Honor Society 4 124, 172, 189, 192, 198, 202. ROSEMARY STERMOLE Rosemary Folk Club 3, Girls Concert Choir 3, F.B.L A. 4, Mixed Choir 2, N.F.L. 4, Spectrum 4, World Affairs Club 4. 194, 196, 201, 202. BONNIE LEE STEVENS Bonnie Big Show 2, Euclidion Training Club 2, F.T.A. 4, Girls Glee Club 3, Mixed Choir 2, Survey Business Staff 4, Survey Training Club 3, Na- tional Honor Society l.Q S. 4. 172, 184, 198, 203. JAMES STIKA Jim JOHN LAWRENCE STISCAK Johnny J.V. Tennis 2, 3, Tennis 4. 114. DANIEL EARL STOCKER Dan Baseball 2, 4, Cross Country 4, Captain 4, E-Room Activities 4, Key Club 4, Letterrnen's ggub 4, Ski Club 4, Track 4. 110, 112, 188, 5. DUDLEY STOER Dudley DOUGLAS STOUT Doug Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, J.V. Basketball 2, Football 3, 4, Foremen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4. 100, 190, 200 CATHY STRAUGHAN Cathy Eucuyo 3, Folk Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 4, Mixed Choir 2, National Honor Society 4, Science Seminar 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 4, Spectrum 4. 198. 201, 205. MARGARET MARIE STREKAL Peggy F.B.L.A. 4, 194. LINDA LEE MARIE STIQNAD Lin JACK STROK Jack Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Key Club 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, Science Seminar 3, 4, Track 3 181, 188, 197. SUSAN STRONG Sue THOMAS STUMPF Tom TIMOTHY RAYMOND STUPICA Mit Aciputs Baseball 2, 3, Co-op Students 4, Foremen's Club 4. 190,195. ROSALIND STUZEN Rozzy Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Junior Class Cabinet 3, Spectrum 2, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society. 174, 186, 192, 198, 200. SANDRA SULEN Sandy Co-op Students 4, F.B L.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, World Affairs Club 3. 195. RAYMOND SULLIVAN Silky PRESTON SUMINGUIT Scooter 243 MARILYN SURTZ Marilyn A.F.S. 4, Cadet Band 2, Chevron Society 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, F,T.A,9 Concert Band 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ore chestra 3, Pep Band 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Spectrum 2, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Sur- vey Training Club 2. 170, 181, 184, 189, 198, 192, 203. DENNIS LESLIE SUTTON Denny Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Key Club 4, Letterman 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, J.V. Swim 3, 4. 180, 188, 200, 204. Team 2, Wai Napolo NANCY SVETLIC Nanc LINDA SVOBODA Lynn F.T.A. 4. 184. PHYLLIS SWEIGERT Phyll J.V. Basketball 2, Chess Club 3, Eucuyo 3, 4, Fall Play 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, N.F.L. 3, Political Affairs Club 2, 3, 4, Science Seminar 3, Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4. 196, 202. RONALD SZALAY Ron LAWRENCE TADAY Larry MICHAEL TADAY Mike Ski Club 3, 4. 205. VICTORIA LYNN TAKACS Ticki Student Council Representative 4. 174, 186. MARY JO TAMBORRELLO Mary Jo Junior Red Cross 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Golf Club 3, Ski Club 3, Student Council Representative 2. 194. MARIE LOUISE TANCREDI Marie F.T.A, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Homecoming 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Panther 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Executive Board 4, Survey Training Club 2, Buckeye Girls' State Representative 3. 125, 192, 198. DINAH LEE TANNENBAUM Christmas Tree Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4, Friend- ship Club 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, I.Q.S. 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Spec- trum 4, Executive Board. 184, 198, 201, 202, 203. DIANA LYNN TARANTINO Dee Friendship Club 2, 4, G.A.A. 2, Girls Glee Club 2, 3. 186. SANDRA TARANTINO Sandy Student Council Representative 4. 174. DAWN TAYLOR John Stage Crew 4. 177. JAMES TAYLOR Jim PATRICIA TAYLOR Pat Eucuyo 4, F.N.C. 4. 185, 202. SUSAN TAYLOR Sue SAM TEDWELL Sammy BERNARD TEKAVEC Bernard MILA JEAN TEMPLETON Mila E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Mixed Choir 2, Ski Club 4. 186, 205. MARIAN TERCEK Marian GLENN TEWELL Glenn DONALD TEWS Don Transtcr Student SHARON ELEANOR THARP Sharon Bra Rhrw erleader 2 3 Execut L Board 4 GAA 2 Jun:or Class V:ce Prcsrdrent 3 Lettermens Club 4 Letterman 4 Orchestra 2 3 Prom Comm:ttee 3 Sc:ence Sem: r 'P 3 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Spectrum 2 Surv Busmess Staff 2 3 4 Survey Tra:n:ng Club 2 Cheermg Bloclf 4 Nat:onaI Honor Soc:ety 4 2 189 197 198 200 MICHAEL THAYER Mlke ucuyo 4 Gym Leaders 4 Key Club 3 Executuve Board 4 Letterman 4 Prom Com mrttee 3 4 Spectrum 4 Student Counc:l Re prc-scntatnve 4 Wrestlung 3 4 JV Wrestlmg 2 CHARLOTTE THOMAS Char DONNA JEAN THOMAS T Room Act:v:t:es 4 Fr:en sh:p lu 4 G A A 2 Student Councll Representatuve 2 Talent Scouts EHS 3 174 186 JOSEPH TILK oe JO ANN TIPPING mor Red Crass 3 FBLA S191 Clgb 3 Student Counc:l Representatwe 2 4 KATHLEEN TIZZANO Kath: ELTRUDE MARIE TOLAR Trudy Cadet Band 2 Concert Bond 3 4 FTA 2 3 A r ar Treasurer 4 Marchmg Band 3 4 Nat:onal nor Soc:ety 3 4 her 2 ALLEN IVAN TOLCHINSKY Motz E Room Act:v:t:es 4 Football 2 3 4 Capta:n 4 Gym Leaders 2 Lettermens Club 2 3 4 ck 2 Wrestlmg 2 3 2 EILEEN GAIL TOLCHINSKY Cookle Jumar Sed Cross 4 Student Counc:l Represen IVE JOSEPH TOTH 09 AYDIN TOZEREN Ayd:n AFS Exchange Student 4 Homecommg 4 Key Club 4 Sk: Club 4 Student Counc:l Re presentatrve 4 Student Supply Store 4 World alrs Club 4 188 05 19 Jour: TRAUTMAN Johnny Lyn TRAvEN yn JO ANN MARIE TRAVNIK Fr1endsh:p Club 2 FBLA 3 GAA 2 M:xed Cha:r 2 SANDRA TRAXLER Sandy TERRY LYNN TRIVISON Tern Transfer Student Co op Students 4 F B LA 4 A 4 9 PATRICIA LOUISE TROBENTER Pa Cheermg Block 4 189 THOMAS TROHA Tom JV Football 2 Ca op Students 4 Retall Man agement 4 DECA 4 195 AMY TROMMETTER Amy S ess u PoI1t:ca Affa:rs Club 3 4 Spectrum 2 World Affanrs Club 3 4 V:ce Pres:dent 4 Natlonal Honor :ety 4 189 196 MAUREEN THERESA TROTTO Maureen S P :net 3 N F L 4 PoI:t:cal Affalrs Club 3 Prom Comm:ttee 3 Sk: Club 3 Spr:ng F T 3 Hamecomung Jun:or C ass Play 2 3 Student Counc:l Executlve Board 4 O2 7 JOSEPH TRUNKELY oe JAN TUCKERMAN an Concert Band 2 3 4 EucI:d:an Ed:tor:al Staff Ed:tor:n Ch:e 4 Ass:stan Ed:or uc :d:an Tra:n:ng Club 2 FTA :xed Cholr 2 GLC 4 3 4 Ma ng Band 2 3 4 NGTIOFICII Honor Soc:ety 3 4 Secretary 4 SCIENCE Sem:nar 2 3 4 Stu dent Counc:l Representatwe 3 4 180 210 19 WILLIAM EDWARD TUCKERMAN JV Football 2 Sk: Club 4 05 EDWARD TU LAUSKAS RITA TUMULTY Rlta EDWARD TURK Captaln Baseball 2 3 Basketball 2 3 Student Supply Store 4 Bowlmg 2 Foremen s Club 4 oat 4 rack 2 W g 194 JUDITH ELLEN TURK Turkey Frlendshlp Club 2 Grls Glee Club 2 THEODORE TURK Ted SANDRA TURKOC Sandy Fr:endSh:p Club 2 GAA FRANK UDOVIC Frank JEAN ULLE Jean rlendshlp Club 4 FBLA Honor Soc:ety 4 194 198 Natlonal ALAN URONIS Alan Sebast:on MICHAEL VANDEVEER E Room Act:v:t:es 4 Eucuyo 3 4 Fall Play 2 Homecomnng 2 3 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Letter m ns Club 2 3 4 Letterman 2 3 N 4 Sk: Club 2 3 4 Student Counc:l Represen :ve 2 3 Sw:m T am 2 Tenn:s 2 7 DEBORAH VAN KORNGUT Debby Choral Masters 4 Fr:endsh:p Club F 4 GAA 2 G:rls Glee Clu 178 4 JAMES VAN TILBURG lm WALTER PAUL VAN TILBURG Van Foremens Club 4 190 WILLIAM VAN TILBURG DENNIS VARGO Denn:s 244 GORDON VEHAR Gordon ROBERT A VICIC ob B19 Show 2 Choral Masters 3 4 V:ce Pres: dent 4 Mlxed Cha:r 2 Gym Leaders 4 Key ub 2 Po:t: a A a:rs u 1 Club 4 Student Counc:l Representatwe 2 3 18 196 ELEANOR VINCENT E :e Transfer Student GAA 3 4 IQS 3 4 Jun :or Cab:net 3 Natlanal Honor Soc:ety 3 4 PaI:t:cal AffGlYS Club 2 Prom Comm:ttee 3 Sk Club 3 Sp:r:ts 4 Survey Ed:tor:al Staff 3 4 Survey Trammg Club 2 Usher 2 3 192 2 198 170 0 SHARON VISOKY Sharon Maparette 4 PoI:t:cal Affcurs Club 3 Cheer :ng Block 4 Spectrum 4 Sp r:ts 4 Student Counc:l Representattve 4 Survey Trammg Club 2 Nat:onal Honor Soc:ety 4 184 108 201 2 O 17 DENNIS PAUL MARTIN VLACH Denny Transfer Student F ll Play 2 3 Foremens Club 4 Homecommg 2 3 4 Mov:e Club 2 3 Spr:ng Play 2 3 Student Counc:l Represen tat:ve 2 3 Student Supply Store 2 3 4 190 4 STEPHAN VODILA Steve cRA:G vou. cmtg Blg Show 2 Choral Masters 3 4 Football 3 JV Footba 2 Mtxed Cho:r 2 Le r GEORGE VRANEKOVIC George sketball 2 3 J V Baske a 2 o Club 2 3 4 Lettermens Club 3 4 Le r n 2 3 4 Nat:onal Honor Soc:ety 3 4 r s:dent 4 NASS 2 126 20 DIANE VUNDERINK Dlane JOANNE CATHERINE VYSKOCIL Club 3 4 Fr:endsh:p Club 3 4 FB 2 Student Counc:l Representat:ve 2 4 191 18 4 WILLIAM NEAL WADE Neal Club 2 3 4 Lett man 2 4 Sw: am 2 3 W: polo 2 188 ARLENE WAGNER Arlene NEIL ALLEN WAGNER Ne: Bug Show 3 Cadet Band 2 Camera Club 3 4 Choral Masters 3 E Room Act:v:t:es 4 Gym Leaders 3 4 Key Club 2 3 Marchmg Band 2 Prom Comm:ttee 3 Sk: Club 2 3 4 V:ce Pres:dent 3 Pres:dent 4 Stage Crew 3 4 World Affa:rs Club 3 190 20 177 JO ANN WAICHUNAS endsh:p Club 2 3 FTA 3 4 Sk: 4 Cheer:ng Block 4 Spectrum 4 Natuonal H nor Soc:ety 4 184 205 189 201 B JANIS WALLACE an Fnendshup Club 4 G:rls Glee Club 2 3 Malo rette Club 2 Talent Scouts EHS 2 186 CATHLEEN JANE WASSIL Cathy Transfer Student Concert Band 2 3 4 180 . B A.F . 4, Ch Cl :J 4, G.A.2A 2, " 1 CI 11 3, 4: I Ci H, CID JF Sk 2 I 2, 3, che , ,4, FNC, 3, 4, Soc ' 1' , , 198. I 178' 5' ' 205' :ve , . , . , - ,I , ', b l 11' no L' ' ' ' ' ' el A,F,. 3, 4, :arg show 2, 3, 4, Fall :ay 2, 3, . . . . , , . .. , , - ' cor: 1 ..2,3,pj' ' ' ,Q ' j,p 124, 172, 185, , , , ,205, 4, 2A , ,P 4, ,P I i , .. .2 . , 5 I 189, 2' ,': 7, 174. ' b2,' , , 20 . ' ' ' ' E 1 2 , 4: - A I 1 I ' J 2. 116, 174, 188, 01, 202, ' " J ' 'J , 5 i' 1' H 3, 4, . 1 " fl , r 1 3, 139, ' , 0, 4, 198. ' ' ' E l 5 . . , 2, 3, 4, M , . . . 5 I.Q.S. , 5 rch- Vl 7 7 I - ' 1 E4 - d c bu I I I ' . I ' ,I 1 - 0 1 1 ' V I ' ' 184, 192, 203, 198, 7, 174. if ' , , 1 I' , 19 I , , , , . , Bill J . . 5 ' . 2 . Jo Ed Ju g . . 2, GA.A. 2, 3, n 1 4, , 205. - - 2 I I , 4j . . ll 5 ' ' 5 tte- men's Club 4, Letterman 3, 4, 178, 100, 200, 5 I i Q I 'l 1 F - 4 - . 19 I I I N V v I I bag! , 3, 4, restl:n 2, 3 , O, BO In I 4: I I Tb IIA I 3 If 4, G.A 2, 3, 4, .Sec et y 3, GLC 3, 4, mo ' ' C ' ' e' H0 4 I :US 1180111841 193' Pe , . , 3, 4. , O,198, 192, 181, 198. A35 , 13, Tla 1 ' , ,4,100, oo, :'16.' ' , , JO ' , 3, . , . 2, 3. 186, A51 , 1 V V . 1 . LA- y '6, 17 . ' ' ' tat , 4. 174. ' ' Kev , , 1 er , 3, : 'rn J F I I y A h 3, 4, - TSO , , 4, Q Na , 3. , 200, Aff '. , 2 , 174, 4, 198. ' - I ZA 1 I V 'I e' ,' ', ',4, .F.L. : ' Q A , 1 tat , , 4, I ' e , 3, 4, ' , 1 I N I V: I l I 3, 4. 202, 188, 2oo, 205, 201, 1 4, 120. : u Q u , , . A L V, V ,I 5' I . , Jo , ' ' 2, .T.A. 4 . . .- 2,3,,..., 133. ,1a, 44 Jo ' 4"' ' ' ' ' ' 189. ' Fri ' I , 1 . . . , g ' Club 2 V 5 , 1 J- o . , , , , 19 . . I J F,T,,.14,l84.- 5 ' ' Bill 1 Friendship 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Homecoming 25 Ski DANIEL JON WATKINS Dan J.V, Basketball 25 Big Show 2, 3, 45 Fall Play 3, 45 Folk Club 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Spring Play 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4. 176, 183, 177. DAVID WATTERMAN Dave Cadet Band 2, 3, 4. 182. KENNETH WATTS Ken ROBERT WATTS Bob Baseball 2, 35 Cadet Band 2, 3, 45 Key Club 25 Marching Band 25 National Honor Society 4. 182, 198. ANN MARIE WEBER. Ann Co-op Student 45 Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 45 Student Council Representative 25 National Honor Society 4. 194, 184, 205, 198. PATRICIA ANN WEBER Pat Eucuyo 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Girls Glee Club 25 I.Q.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spectrum 45 Secre- tary 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 World Affairs Club 45 Ad gguib 3664. 191, 170, 184, 202, 186, 203, 198, JOSEPH WELCH Lee J.V, Football 25 Wrestling 3. DAVID A. WELSH Dave Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 35 Letterman 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. 100, 200, 112. SHARON WHEELER Sharon JUDE WHIGHAM Jude Transfer Student. D.E.C.A. 45 Treasurer 4. 195. LAUREL ANN WHITAKER Laurie Club 45 Student Council Representative 45 Cheering Block 4. 205, 174, 189. JUDITH EVELYN WHITNEY Judy Ad Club 3, 45 Cadet Band 25 Choral Masters 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Friendship Club 35 F.T,A, 3, 4, President 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 G.L.C. 3, 45 Marching Band 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spectrum 2. 191, 178, 180, 184, 192, 181, 198. CAROL WHITTAKER Carol Choral Masters 45 Girls Glee Club 35 Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Cheering Block 4. 178, 205, 189. TOM WICKIZER Tom GAIL WICKS Gail CATHERINE ANNE WILLS Cathie Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2893, 45 Cheering Block 45 Usher 3. 186, 184, BOB WILLETT Bob TODD WINDER Todd JEAN NOEL wiN1'Eiis'7l- Jeannie Girls Glee Club 25 Wai-Napolo 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. 20451 ,198. WARREN WIRTZ I Renny Wai Napolo 35 Swim Leader 3, 4. MARGARET ANNE WITTENMYER Peggy Big Show 3, 45 Chevron Society 2, 3, 45 Con- cert Band 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.L.C, 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Orches- tra 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Survey Business Staff 3, 45 Manager 45 Survey Train- ing Club 2. 18O, 184, 192, 203, 181, 198, 182, 183, 205, 172. GARY WOHLGEMUTH Gary CAROL SUSAN WOJCIK Carol Cadet Band 25 Friendship Club 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 G.L.C. 3, 45 Vice-Presi- dent 45 Junior Class Treasurer 35 N.F.L. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 45 Student Council Re- presentative 2, 35 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Secretary 45 Survey Training Club 25 I.Q.S. 45 Spirits 4. 184, 205, 201, 189, 172. JANIS KAY WOLFENBERG Jan F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum 45 Cheering Block 45 Survey Business Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 2. 184, 205, 201, 189 172. DON WOODRUFF Don DOUGLAS WOOLSON Doug NORMAN WORGULL Normon MARY WYMAN Mary Transfer Student. STEPHEN YAKOVAC Steve JOYCE MARIE YANCHAR Joyce E-Room Activities 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Club 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, Vice-President 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 G.L.C. 45 Homecoming 3, 45 Majorette Club 35 N.F.L. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Commit- tee 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 3, 45 Usher 3, 4. 174, 186, 184, 192, 202, 198, 205, 200. ROLLIN JAMES YANCHAR Big Rol J.V. Basketball 25 E-Room Activities 45 Foot- ball 3, 45 J,V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 4, Vice-President 4. 100, 200, 205. WILLIAM JAY YANCHAR Bill E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Gym Leaders 2, 35 Homecoming 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Track 2, 45 Wrestling 2. 100, isa, 112. VIRGINIA YVONNE YAPEL Ginny Ad Club 2, 3, 45 Student Supply Store 3, 45 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Train- ing Club 25 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Cheering Block 45 I.Q.S. 4. 191, 208, 186, 198, 189, 203. ARTHUR WAYNE YERTY Art Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 I.Q.S. 4. 180, 208, 181, 198, 203. ANTHONY YOUNG Tony 245 ROGER YURKOVICH Roger TERENCE ZADILLE Terry MARY ANN ZALAR Mary Ann F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Prom Commit- tee 35 Student Council Representative 3, 4. 194, 174. CAROLE ANN ZAORSKI Carole Friendship Club 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 25 Ski Club 3, 4. 205. PHILIP ZEITZ Philip BARBARA ZELE Zele Big Show 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 4, Execu- tive Board 45 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, Manager 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Basketball 25 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Execu- tive Board 35 Mixed Choir 25 G.L.C. 3, 45 Homecoming 3, 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 N.F.L. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spirits 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 45 Student Sup- ply Store 2, 3, 45 Usher 2, 3. 178, 208, 186, 184, 192, 203, 198, 200, 174, 194. JOSETTE MARIE ZGONC Skonk Friendship Club 2, 45 G.A.A. 2, 45 Girls Glee Club 2. 186. JUDITH ZIVKOVICH Judi Transfer Student. Ad Club 2, 3, 45 E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 35 F,B.L.A. 25 Girls Glee Club 25 Homecoming 2, 45 D.E.C.A. Club 4. 191, 195. PATRICIA GAY ZNIDARSIC Pot Choral Masters 45 Folk Club 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.N.C. 3, 45 President 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 35 Mixed Choir 25 Cheering Block 45 Spectrum 2, 45 I.Q.S. 45 Survey Edi- torial Staff 45 Survey Training Club 3. 178, 176, 186, 185, 189, 170, 201, 203. CAROL JEAN ZNIDER Carol Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Survey Business Staff 2. 205. DONALD ZOLINSKI Don Chess Club 3. ROBERT JOSEPH ZONAR Bob Cross Country 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Letter- man 3, 45 Track 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. 110, 200, 112, 198. ANNE ZUPANCIC Annie E-Room Activities 45 F.T.A. 35 A.F.S. 45 I.Q.S. 35 Prom Committee 25 Spirits 45 Survey Edi- torial Staff 3, 45 Art Editor 45 Survey Training Club 2. 189, 200, 170. FRANCES ZUPANCIC Fran Co-op Student 45 E-Room Activities 35 Prom Committee 35 Student Council Representative 2, 3. DAVID ALAN ZURO Dave Baseball 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Political Af- fairs Club 4, President 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 45 National Honor Society 4. 188, 196, 205, 174, 198. DOROTHY DIANE ZUSY Toots ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairman, Kent State University, BSC. MEd. Baseball Coach, Boys Intramural Director Boys Gym Leaders Director. I69 ALVIN AMSTER Business Western Reserve Univer sity BA MA Student Supply Store Advisor GAIL ATLESON Foreign Language University f Michigan BA FRANK AULTZ English Chairman Mount Union Col lege Kent State University Western Reserve Univer sity DePauw University B A M Ed PAUL AVERS Mathematics Capital University Kent State University Hiram College Seton Hall University M Ed B Sc Ed MARCIA BACKOS English Ohio Wesleyan University Western Reserve University Northwestern University Lake Erie College St Johns University BA MA Senior Scandal Advisor RONALD BACKOS Science California State College Kent State University St Johns University Western Reserve University M Ed B Ed BSC Ed 4 OLIN BAILEY Science Chairman Rio Grande College Ohio State University Western Reserve University Kent State University MA BEd MS Movie Club Advisor 4 RICHARD BALTHASER Industrial Arts Pennsylvania State University Youngstown University Geneva Col lege BSc RUTH BARRELL Science Wheaton College Western Reserve 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Appeal Director NORMA COWAN English Miami University BSC ISO JEAN COX English University of Pittsburgh Colum bio Unlversity Kent State University Duquesne Uni versity Allegheny College AB BA ROBERT CRARY Guidance Counseling Ohio State University Western Reserve University B A B Sc M A Ph D C E C Program Director MARY CROTTY English Notre Dame College BA JUDITH CURRAN Mathematics Notre Dame College John Carroll University BSC MOSES DANNENHIRSH Social Studies Western Re serve University University of Chicago BA HAROLD DAUGHERTY Physical Education John Car roll University Ohio University BA MA Head Basketball Coach DALE DAVISON Science Michigan State University Ohio State University Ohio University Purdue Unrver I B Sc M VIRGINIA DeMORA English Bowling Green State Uni v rsity B SC M A WILLIAM DeMORA Social Studies Ohio State Univer sity Kent State University Indiana University BSC M Ed Assistant Wrestling Coach NATHANIEL DICKINSON Social Studies Kent State University Ohio State University BSC Ed BSC MEd 6 FORREST DIEHL Social Studies George Washington University Kent State University Hiram College Claremont Graduate University University of Colo rado B A M Ed Co sponsor for F TA LILLIAN DRESCHER English Notre Dame College SANDRA DRISCOLL Physical Education Wittenberg University BSC Cheerleader Advisor Cheering Block Advisor JOAN DUPREY English Western Reserve University BA Eucuyo Advisor CLARENCE ECKERT Industrial Arts Kent State Uni versity Western Reserve University B Sc M Ed M A Head Wrestling Coach Assistant Track Coach AHMED FELLAGUE Foreign Language Ohio State University Georgetown University West Virginia Uni versity University of the Americas BSC MA IS9 KATHLEEN FOGARTY English Bowling Green Univer sity Ursuline College John Carroll University BA FRANK FOWLER Adlusted Curriculum Ohio State University Bowling Green State University Ohlo Uni versity B Sc Ed B SC Agr DANIEL FRANCETIC Science Duquesne University West Virglnxa Wesleyan University St Louis Univer sity Fenn College Western Reserve University BEd SHELDON FREEDMAN Science City College of New York Western Reserve University C W Post College B Sc M A M S Chess Club Advisor 4 KATHRYN FRYE Home Arts Chairman Kent State University BSC JAMES FURLONG Business University of Dayton BSC ALOYSIUS GALICKI Industrial Arts Ohio University Kent State University B Sc M Ed Assistant Football oach WILLIAM GALL Science Duquesne University BS 4 KATHERYN GATES Foreign Language English Mar shall University of Huntington BA MA EDRI GEIGER Social Studres Muhlenberg College 246 CLAYTON GEORGE, Business, Fenn College, Kent State University, East Carolina College, BSC., M.Ed. 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JOHN GERMOCK lndustrral Arts California State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh University ot Connecticut B Sc WILMA GILLMAN Division Dean Heidelberg College Western Reserve University BA MA DONALD GLASER Social Studies Ohio Wesleyan Uni versity Ohio State University B A M A Political Af fairs Club Advisor MARGIE GORSLENE Mathematics West Kentucky State College Miami University University of Cincin nati Ohio State University BA MEd AB Futue Teachers of America Advisor JOHN GRIFFIN Division Dean Western Reserve Un1 versity BSC MA ELEONORA GUZMAN Forengn Language Macalester College Universxty of Minnesota BSC RONALD HARDING Social Studies Ohio University Kent State University Western Reserve University B Ed BSc Bowling Coach DALE HARPER Music Chairman Cincinnati Conser vatory of Music Akron University Western Reserve University University of Cincinnati BSC MA Big Show Sponsor Football Band Show Sponsor SUE HARRIS English Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University BA BSC DEAN HAWVER Science Ohio State University Kent State Unlversity Thiel College BSC MA GERALD HENDERSON English Bowling Green Univer slty B SC Ed RAYMOND HIVELY Foreign Language Social Studies Rio Grande College Ohio State University Colorado University Otterbenn College Franklin University BA M Ed World Affairs Club Advisor GERTRUDE HOEGER Art Ohio State Universlty West ern Reserve University Kent State University Ohuo Wesleyan University Michigan State University BSC M THOMAS HOFFART Industrial Arts John Carroll Uni Varsity Football Coach Assistant Golf Coach FRANK HOFFERT Social Studies Western Reserve University BA MA Student Council Advisor I56 SUE HOSLER Business Findlay College BSC RICHARD HUNGERFORD Industrial Arts Hiram Col lege Oberlin College Kent State University BA M Ed c WILLIAM HUNTER Principal Mount Union College, Kent State University Ohio State University AB MA BA JACK JENKINS English Indiana University Western Reserve University University of the Pacific BA MA AB Stage Crew Advisor Dramatics Director FRED JOHNS Divrsion Dean Western Reserve Uni versity Kent State University Ohro State University B Sc M A Senior Banquet Advisor 4 ALBERT JUDGE Science Kent State University Ken yon College University of Florida Western Reserve University BSC MSC MEd Science Seminar Ad VISOT MILTON KADLEC Industrial Arts Illinois State Nor mol lnstltute John Carroll UHIVETSITY BA Assistant Football Coach EMELIE KAYE English De Paul University Chicago University Duquesne University, BA MEd CONSTANCE KREICHER Foreign Language, Ohio Unl versity A B Friendship Club Advisor FIEANK KRPICAK Business Youngstown University B d . 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' ..,..... f ............ . .....l65 JEAN LANCE, Business, St. Bonaventure University, B.B.A. ,,....A...,.,,...,.....,.,. ,..... , . , 161 JAMES LAWRENCE, Industrial Arts, Ohio University, John Carroll University, B.Sc. ,..,....., .,.,... 1 63 EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling, Northwestern College, Western Reserve University, B.Sc., M.A.. .148 CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum, Ohio State University, Western Reserve University, Kent State University, B.B.A. .. ,.,...,,...,... ...,.,,. 1 66 WILLIAM LIEBAL, Business, Youngstown University, Kent State University, Ohio State University, B.Sc., M.Ed., B.Ed. ..,., ..,..,...,.,.,,. ,,...,. 1 6 1 JAMES LINDSAY, Social Studies, Chairman, Baldwin- Wallace College, Wesleyan University, B.A., M.A. Honors Program Coordinator . . , . ...,. . , .156 ANN LIVINGSTON, English, Miami University, Mount Union College, Western Reserve University, B.A., 151 RONALD LOKAR, Mathematics, Kent State University, B.Sc. Assistant Baseball Coach, Assistant Football Coach . .. .. ..,,.., ..,......., . .. ...153 MARILYN LUCAS, Science, Lake Erie College, Western Reserve University, A.B., M.Sc. ,... ....,, ...... 1 5 4 WILLIAM McCARTER, Social Studies, John Carroll University, Cleveland Marshall Law School, B.Sc., M.A.,B.A. ... .... H156 FRANCINE MCDONALD, English, Meredith College, Western Reserve University, B.A. .. .. .. . . .151 DAVID MCKELVEY, Business Muskingum College, ln- diana University, University of Dayton, Kent State University, B.A., M.Ed. ....., ,....,,, . ,,,. 1 61 ROBERT MCLAUGHLIN, Guidance Counseling, Kent State University, Western Reserve University, B.Sc., M.A. , ..,.., . .,,. ,..,.,...,.....,. , 149 KATHRYN MADISON, English, Ohio State University, Michigan State University, B.A., B.Sc.. .. M151 CAROL MARCUS, English, New York City College, New York University, B.A. Spectrum Club Advisor ...151 RONALD MARKWELL, English, Western Kentucky State College, B.A., M.A. Euclidian Editorial Staff Advisor .......... .,,..,.,,,.,.,, . .. .,..15I EILEEN MARSH, Social Studies, Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.Sc. .......,.......,..,,.. 157 DONALD MARTIN, Guidance Counseling, Kent State Hnigersity, Toledo University, Ohio University, B.Sc., .E . ........,.,..,....... , .,.,.,.,...,,, 149 EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts, Iowa State Univer- sity, Kent State University, B.Sc., M.Ed. ........, 163 KATHERINE MEASAMER, English, Denison University, B.A. Spectrum Advisor. ..,.,.,.,.,...,.,....,, 151 EDMUND MIZE, Business, Ohio State University, Ohio University, Kent State University, B.S. Survey Busi- ness Staff Advisor. ,..,. ..... ,.....4,.,,...,., 1 6 1 DONALD MOHR, Physical Education, Baldwin-Wallace College, Bowling Green State University, Western Re- serve University, B.A., M.Ed., M.A. Athletic Director. 163 KATHERINE NEWMAN, Home Arts, Otterbein Col- lege, B.A. Red Cross Club Advisor. .......,,.., 163 CAROLE NIEBES, English, Kent State University, B.S.Ed, . ,,.......... .........,............. 1 51 HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts, Ohio University, Bowling Green State University, Kent State University, B.Sc., M.Ed. Foreman's Club Advisor, Head Tennis Coach. ..............,.........,........... 163 VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts, Marshall University, ,KxeRt State University, John Carroll University, B.A., . . .........................,.........., 163 MYRA OLIVER, English, Mount Union College, West- ern Reserve University, London University, Ohio State University, M.A., B.A. ......,...........,...,. 151 JUNE PHYPERS, Business, Western Reserve University, New York University, Denison University, Middlebury College, Radcliffe College, Spencerian School, Univer- sity of Paris, Kent State University, A.B., B.Ed., M.A., B.A., B.Sc.Ed.. .... . ..,.. ,.... ..... 1 6 1 LOLA PINNEY, English, East Orange University, Wayne State University, Upsala College, Notre Dame University, Western Reserve University, B.A., A.B. 151 ALLAN POKLAR, Industrial Arts, Ohio State Univer- sityB.Sc, .,,.. .. .. . .163 FRANK PRINGLE, English, St, Francis College, John Carroll University, Kent State University, Western Re- serve University, Bucknell University, St. Bonaventure University, B.A. Head Golf Coach. . .. . .151 RICHARD RACKOVAN, Science, Mathematics, Dickin- son College,MiIlersville State College, Baldwin-Wallace College, Georgetown University, Highland University, Fenn College, B.Sc., M,N.S. Tennis Coach. , . 154 MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies, Wilmington Col- lege, Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed. Student Coun- cil Advisor . , . ,, . . . , .. .157 CONCETTA RASI-l, Business, John Carroll University, Notre Dame University, A.B., B.A. Future Business Leaders of America Advisor. . , .. . .161 MARILYN REIFF, Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.Ed., B.Sc. Girls Leaders Club Ad- visor. . . . . ,. . . , 169 HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education, University ot Toledo, Western Reserve University, M.A., B.Ed. Assistant Wrestling Coach, Boys Gymnastics Club Ad- visor. . . ,. , M169 CHARLES RENO, Mathematics, Science, Edinboro State College, Harvard University, B.Sc., M.Ed. Math Club Advisor. . . , . , . 153 MARTIN RENO, Mathematics, Science, Edinboro State College, Harvard University, B.Sc., M.Ed., M.Sc,. 154 VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education, Miami University, B.Sc., B.Ed. Swimming Team Coach. .. . ,169 DONALD RINKES, Mathematics, West Virginia Uni- versity, Ohio State University, Muskingum College, West Liberty State College, Kent State University, University of Hawaii, Fenn College, Case Institute of Technology, Indiana University, B.Sc., M.A., M.Ed. Projection Club Co-sponsor, Camera Club Sponsor 153 LEONARD ROBUCK, English, Western Reserve Univer- sity, B.A., M.A. National Forensic League Advisor, Talent Scouts Advisor, December Play Director. .151 OTTO SANTOS, Business, John Carroll University, Kent State University, B.B.A., M.Ed. Euclidian Business Staff Advisor , , . , ..,. , . , .161 CHARLES SAWYER, Business, Kent State University, B.Sc., M.Ed. . . ,..,... . , .. , . ,161 BARBARA SCHNEIDER, English, Social Studies, Univer- sity of Pittsburgh, B.A., M.Ed. . ., . . .151 HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal, Kent State University, Western Reserve University, B.Sc., M.A., M.Sc. . . , , . .........146 WILMER SHUSTER, Business, Ohio University, B.Sc. National Scholarship Society Advisor, Cross-Country Coach, Junior Varsity Basketball Coach, Track Coach, Spirits Club Advisor . .. , ,,,..,,..,. ..161 RICHARD SLEITH, Science, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed. Assistant Junior Varsity Football Coach. ,.... ..... ,,..,. . . .. .155 GRANVILLE SMITH, English, Indiana State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State University, Duquesne Uni- versity, B.Sc., M.A. Survey Editorial Staff Advisor. 151 LARRY SMITH, English, Muskingum College, B.A. Key Club Advisor. ...... .................... 1 51 RUTH SMITH, Guidance Counseling, Flora Stone Math- er College, Western Reserve University, B.A.,M,A. 148 WAYNE SMITH, Social Studies, Muskingum College, Kent State University, B.A. .....,,.,..,.....,. 157 MERWIN STAINES, Guidance Counseling, New York State University, Muhlenberg College, Kent State Uni- versity, University ot Colorado, B.Sc., M.Ed. P.A. Club Advisor . . ,..,.........,......... ....148 247 JAMES STANLEY, Industrial Arts, Miami University, B.Sc., B.A. ,.,,. . ,, .. ..,. ........ . . .163 WILLIAM STARR, Science, Indiana State College, Pennsylvania State University, Michigan College, Fenn College, Ohio State University, Allegheny College, B.Sc., M.Ed .... . . ..,.,..,. ,A . .155 DONALD STEINBRINK, Science, Ohio State University, B.Sc .,,. . . . . . .,..... .... , . . 155 CECELIA STILLMAN, Social Studies, Radcliffe College, Cleveland College, Western Reserve University, Univer- sity of Illinois, John Carroll University, A.B., B.A. Youth Council on Human Relations Sponsor... . .157 JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies, Bluffton College,Ohio State University, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. . . . , . . . . . . . 157 JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts, Ohio University, Kent State University, Stevens Point Teachers College, B.Ed., M.Ed., B.Sc. Chairman of Safety and Welfare Com- mittee . , . .. .. 163 DAVID TANSKI, Science, Denison University, Arizona State University, John Carroll University, San Diego State University, B.A. Junior Varsity Football Coach. 155 SAM TAYLOR, Music, High Point College, Columbia University, East School at Music, Northwestern Uni- versity, B.Sc., M.Mus. Choral Director .. .. ,164 EDWARD TEKIELI, Physical Education, Glenville State University, West Virginia University, B.A,, M.A., M.Sc. I-lead Football Coach. . , , , M169 ROSEMARY TERANGO, English, Ursuline College, B.A. 151 TED THEODORE, Art, Baldwin-Wallace College, West- ern Reserve University, Cleveland lnstitute ot Art, B.A., M.A. Head Cross-Country Coach, Assistant Track Coach, Lettermen's Club Sponsor. , . 165 MARION THOMAS, Home Arts, Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, Kent State University, Cordon Bleu College, Uni- versity of California, B.Sc. . . , 163 DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics, Muskingum College, Butler University, West Virginia University, Western Reserve University, A.B., B.A. Head Track Coach. 153 DELORES TOCCO, Business, Youngstown University, B.Sc. Friendship Club Advisor . . 161 DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science, Alfred University, University of Buffalo, Miami University, Siena Heights College, B.Sc., M.A., M.T. . . . . , 155 MARGARET TORNSTROM, Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.Sc. Swim Club Advisor.. .169 FRANK TROGLIA, Division Dean, Ohio State Univer- sity, Western Reserve University, Kent State Univer- sity, B.Sc., M.A. . . .. , .... .143 ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Language, Miami University, Western Reserve University, B.Sc., M.A. Ad Club Advisor. . , . ., . ..... ..159 RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling, Akron Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A., . .148 FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman, Cleveland Institute of Art, Kent State University, Western Re- serve University, M.A., B,Sc.Ed.. .. . H163 GEORGE WILEY, Assistant Principal, Oberlin College, Western Reserve University, Ph.D., A.B., M.A, Na- tional Honor Society Advisor. . . .... .146 CAROL WILLIAMS, Business, Villa Maria College, Western Reserve University, Indiana State College, B.Sc.. .. . , , , ........161 BARRIE WILSON, Mathematics, Indiana State College, B.Sc.... ,... . ...,. .,......,153 ROBERT YOCUM, Vocational Coordinator, Kent State University, John Carroll University, B.Sc., M.A., B.A. P.A. Club Sponsor. .. .... .... ..., 1 4 6 MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chair- man, Moravian College, Middlebury College, Columbia University, Muhlenberg College, B.A., M.A. American Field Service Director, Language Lab Director. .... 159 FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION E HghSh f 6 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY NN V J M L 2 4, 'Z S 56' I ff? 1 '4 X . f - 'O "M . 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Clair Avenue Cleveland 19, Ohio IV. 1-5400 Manufacturers of Aluminum and Zinc Die Castings 256 EUCLID HIGH KEY CLUB fl J DEDICATED TO SERVICE FOR SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY 257 THERE S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY RAIMOR STUDIOS 750 East I85 Street - 66 Congratulations to the Graduating class CARL A. JONKE INSURANCE AGENCY 227OO Shore Center Drive RE I-8400 , .Q -r1,, . iii IIIN " ' 9 ' 4' ' ' 7 4101 Commerce Avenue EX I-9269 259 KNIFIC INSURANCE SERVICE weuyfzw 92.3 mc. Music for Moderns in the Cleveland Area orniks "Home of Famous Brands" MEN'S, BOYS' 81 LADIES' APPAREL 22340 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio Phone: 731-2151 261 Compliments of WAI NAPO LO SWIM CLUB 262 is 36 4 A if ff, 5 we I 4 1 W " z ygvb ty f-as gl f d f s 1 f I fx. , 1 sr -vi f, W 9 C X y r ,I Q X as t 1 S f N 2 Qfsifags .. J 'nf tj, f e., , J . .Q . , taskmgefnq A H 9 ljwdj A true composite 2 X l of the fo, ff" 4' Niuiws., world economy ff - . T mix-:frm z .V,A.', A Ek L J V ig U . ff ,,.r.,.a L Y Wg, W 1- M :WL . L imhzin., . ' ' y YALE 85 , TowNE l W" 'Nc' -swf ' " ,. 'l:2s1:12w,v:,t,v .,., - "" I 2.71.5 .. .. -.,,.M...,.,,...,W .. -- of We ,wrt Corporate Ullices - Cleveland, Ohio 44114 Formerly Eaton Manulacturing Company TESTED ...TRUSTED PRODUCTS SINCE 1868 Truck Si Dff-Highway Components - Materials Handling St Construction Equipment 0 Industrial 84 Commercial Products ' Passenger Car Parts - Consumer Products 263 THE STUDENT COUNCIL Developing Cltlzenshnp on on Cur Communlty d Serving Our School d I sf W2 N4 5 Y .X X, ci KR? . Asia af' ff 'v' ' P1 L, 'Lk COMPLIMENTS OF NON FERROUS METALS FABRICATING CO 21 T g t O 44117 531 3585 26 With Every Good Wish to The Class of 1966 , . YOUR C TY CFFICIALS Mayor . , , . . Judge, Municipal Court Law Director , Administrative Director i Finance Director lActingl President of Council . lst Ward Councilman 2nd Ward Councilman Kenneth J. Sims William F. Burns William Monroe Charles Crown Arthur Davis Harry Knuth Willard Shutt Harry Burkhart 3rd Ward Councilman Max Gerl 4th Ward Councilman Frank Chuckayne Council-At-Large Edward Eckart Anthony Sustarsic Charles Wade Joseph Whalen Chief of Police: Frank Payne Fire Chief: George Langa ,. i... ,. --.......,g.....TY. ,........h.... ..,..,..,1,, 267 l WE DONT PUBLISH 'l'l'lE MOST YEARBQCICS.. ...BUT WE D0 STRESS QUALITY-SERVICE AND CREATIV1TYz ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY "World's Largest Manufacturer Of Stamped One-Piece Pulleys" 20850 St. Clair Euclid 'l7, Ohio KE 'I-8095 Big Bouquet A.,,,...A 252 Letterman's Club 1 1 . 249 Cleveland Management lnc. 250 Lubrizol Corp. . 248 City Officials ,,e. . 267 National Honor Society 249 Consolidated Graphic Arts 268 Non-Ferrous Metals 266 Eaton, Yale 81 Towne . , 1 . 263 Papp's Body Shop 254 Euclid High Student Council , 264 Pressure Castings Inc. 256 Euclid Key Club ...A 257 Raimor Studios . 258 Forsberg Enameling . . , 259 Skrl Tool 8. Die , 252 Future Nurses Club ,... , 254 Spirits Club . . . 253 Future Teachers Association , 248 Student Supply Store 251 Gornik's ..t..i..tt... 1 , 261 Wai Napolo ri,. 262 Carl A. Jonke ...... . . . 259 WCUY-FM ...., 261 Inter-County Title A . , , 255 Zatko Metals , 269 Knific Insurance . - A , . . 260 269 Grdina Hardware 22336 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-0403 Boulevard Shoes 22306 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-0575 Hudson Pharmacy 922 East 222 Street RE 2-7066 Alvin's Jewelers 690 East 185 Street IV 1-4104 Bill's Clothes 22810 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-3440 Herb FitzgeraId's Record 635 East 185 St. KE 1-1313 Consumer Tire Co. 20965 Euclid Ave. WH 6-6262 Flickinger, lnc. 939 East 222 Street RE 1-7100 Beale's Sohio 18610 Lake Shore Blvd. lV 1-9703 Halle Bros. Hammond Organ Studio 22475 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-1 135 Shop Contemporary Music Manor 888 East 222 Street 732-8666 Brickman 81 Sons 21900 Euclid Avenue 481-5277 Euclid Poultry 590 East 185 St. RE 1-8187 Miniature Raceways of Euclid 853 East 222 Street 731-2228 Famous Discounts, lnc. 695 East 185 St. 531-8636 Ambassador Lanes 22661 Euclid Ave. 486-3200 Euclid Savings Association 22818 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 2-9090 The E-Room of Euclid Senior High School Wade S. Helwig, M.D. 26100 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio Bali Hai Chinese Restaurant 25649 Euclid Ave. RE 1-4800 Euclid Moving 81 Storage, lnc. 24600 Hartland Ave. 731-6633 Movie Club of Euclid Senior High School Holzheimer Market 26588 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-3250 Euclid Blue Print 81 Supply 908 East 222 St. 731-4662 270 Friedman Jewelers, lnc. 22304 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-3450 Wilke Hardware 809 East 222 Street RE 1-7070 The Colonial Homestead 22066 Lake Shore Blvd. 732-8535 Don Miller Sohio 810 East 222 St. 731-9847 J. Dean Broge 20300 Miller Ave. RE 1-0293 The Hillwood Manutactu 21700 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio Clayton Printing 756 East 222 Street AN 1-2450 Dr. Stanley Post of Euclid, Ohio Dr. Algird Blaskevica 848 East 185 St. IV 6-0322 Chesterfield Steel Service 1220 East 222 Street Euclid, Ohio Paul's Barber Shop 687 East 185 St. PO 1-6577 Jay Dee Cleaners 921 East 222 St. RE 1-7060 ring Dr. R. McGonagle Braeburn Bldg. RE 2-8600 St. Clair Builders Supply Co. 20020 St. Clair Ave. 531-6000 Bernadette Bridal Shoppe 22686 Shore Center Drive 261-5550 V. Demshars 81 Sons 22034 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-4770 Roesch Paint 81 Wallpaper Co. 855 East 222 St. RE 1-3585-86 Lakeland Body 81 Paint Shop 1310 East 260 St. RE 1-9006 Joseph 8. Anthony Hairdressers 22308 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-1550 Perkin's Pancake House 2780 Shore Center Drive RE 2-8077 Rhyme Realty Company 535 East 185 St. KE 1-9363 Austin Company Steel Fabricating Division Euclid, Ohio Setina's "Where Better Meats Are Sold" IV 1-6740 Bing's Suburbia "For the Young at Heart" East 222 St. 84 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-0800 Euclid Blue Print 84 Supply 908 East 222 St. 731-4662 Solon Drug 21051 Euclid Ave. KE 1-1135 Kennametal, Inc. 27691 Euclid Ave. 261-3500 J 8. B Shell 26051 Euclid Ave. RE 1-9721 Howard Liston 27701 Euclid Ave. 731-4450 Dr. 8. Mrs. R, M. Baldwin 22408 Lake Shore Blvd 261-31 1 1 Second Federal 22480 Lake Shore Blvd 731-1 1 1 1 Nick's Barber Shop 624 East 222 St. Euclid, Ohio Louis Hair Styles 20030 Lake Shore Blvd. IV 1-3775 Micro Machine 81 Tool Design, Inc. 911 East 222 St. AN 1-3030 Kapel Builders 8. Realty, Inc. 25000 Euclid Ave. RE 1-0400 Dr. R. B. Broglio of Euclid, Ohio 271 Petric's Barber Shop 783 East 185 St. lV 1-3465 Shore Television Center 26630 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 2-7557 LaTour Oldsmobile, Inc. 25200 Euclid Ave. 261-2800 Mary Jane Shoppe 664 East 185 St. IV 6-4435 Doc's Gulf Service 751 East 185 St. 481-6427 Modern Deb 22822 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 2-9299 Precision Optical 22580 Lake Shore Blvd. AN 1-1166 Dr. Harry Wise 26100 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio Dr. 81 Mrs. R. A. Kriessler 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-31 1 1 Paul J. Everson Realtor 24100 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-6200 Alaimo Shoe Repair Smith Bros. Cleaners 27583 Euclid Ave. 261-0495 if ...Q . s Q. After a hectic year, which actually has only been seven months, my staff and I would like to thank Mr. Jim "Hersh- baby" Parkinson, our person- al agent from Consolidated Graphic Arts, for his concern, Raimor's for their emergency service, Mr. Santos for his ma- licious jokes about the Editorial Staff, the entire Business Staff for the money, and Mr. Mark- well for his keys and time. To my staff, I can only say remember the Saturdays, Sundays, and weekdays shot, wrestling in the halls, pizza, EUCLIDIAN-SURVEY football game, MacDonald's, jumping rope with white fake holly, waterfights from the balcony, bringing home the Christmas tree Ca live onell, "Down with Santa", "Repent", dodging janitors, "Ban SURVEY", tap- ing the lock, the art of table- sleeping, throwing SURVEY spys out, our own personal Bat Poles, the clandestine Dutch Door, the Vermillion trip, los- ing pictures, kidnapping SUR- VEY typewriters, eternal black- board messages, censored cap- tions. . . oh, yes . . . and THE BOOK. Sincerely, Jan Tuckerman Editor-in-chief EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF Jan Tuckerman , Celeste Andrews . Sheryl Glicker Judy Coolidge , , . , . . , Editor-in-Chief . , . . . . Art Editor Layout Editor . Mounter Barb Zele . Noreen Cavan Ginny Yapel Sue Land . Ken Ginsburg , , , Mounter Noreen Benvenuto Doug Hackle , . Mounter Kathy Calvert Cindy Wallace . . . . Mounter Barb Dauer . Diane Frank . . Steve Bayer . . Chuck Cox . Cec Hunt . , Sue Mahusky . . Sandy Skrli . Sharon Gerl . . Copy Editor , . Copy Writer Copy Writer .. . Copy Writer , , . , Copy Writer , . . Copy Writer Identification Editor Betsy Gaydos Patti Gingell . Peg Hocevar Karee Heighton Dawn Jackson , Shirlee Paplako Jan Schneider Carol Frank . , . , . Senior Editor Barb Wile Margie Engel , . , , Junior Editor Art Yerty , . . . Shirley Krapence , M Sophomore Editor Linda Pistotnik . Kathy Marten , , , . Faculty Editor Mr. Otto Santos Tanya Kokal ,. Pat Rock . . . . .... Photo Assistant Photo Editor Editor Marty Frank . . . .. Photographer Larry Kemper . . , , .,.. Photographer Randy Price .,....., . , Photographer Mr. Ron Markwell . . . Sponsor 272 Business Manager .. Ads Manager Ads Layout Manager , .. Ad Layout . Ad Layout , , Salesman . . Salesman , , Salesman Salesman . Salesman , . Salesman . , . Salesman A . Salesman , . . Salesman . . Salesman . . . 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