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'I .-1. ri 13,27 ' . .--E-f.'.' x . .Ax ., 4. 'l ,A .n 1 H' ,s ', ' .-4. AL. ALMA MATER Hail to thee, O Euclid High School, To thy name all praise we sing. Happy days of youthful pleasure, Learning, living life so dear. Our hearts fill with gratitude For all that is to be. . . Alma Mater, Euclid High School, All our praise we bring to thee. Where the blue of Erie's waters Casts the sun's bright golden rays, There all Euclid's sons and daughters Sing the joys of student days. If after days be dark and drear And storms of life draw nigh, The memories of our friendship here Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. ED 0 E-3l?.'tlfJCQLLn2l2.l?DllZal W f-,Z S 1-V ,Z l' .QL K Sxx rgx Ig. 's sQ . ..- kgs I 1 nM' S . 5 1 ,.,,- 55A mst ,f.f1 ' fn, ,-. ts ,Uv b.x' Og u . .-I I, r' 'Q rs-- Vos ygssz. 55's .J yyslf' 1' 55555 ,qssnhv .qilssiit gqhQQO".u' ,sQsul5" gussu0". urban" Q , sl v ' Q .1 -,w 0 snr' .s 5 u Juv ,ns ,QQOQQQQO ooyoo0"" . ssoo0"""u v ,.qasoQo900'.,' .oooooos000.I obeoooooibv, QOQOQQQOOOOU 'vvooooooovi Otcooooouu' 9'0oooooo0v0Q .99O0OO00OO.'.I 7950909000090 vooooooooosoo '0Ooooooo00 -Qooooooooo 'QOOQOOOOQOQ vtooogoooyooyq "'00ooo A5- "f" ---a---ff 4 EUCLID TABLE CDF CONTENTS Introduction 4 Seniors 18 A d Sports At t U d I Senior Ind Ad ertising S ppl EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 7II Eost 222ncI Street Euclid, Ohio A4123 Calm. Silent contemplation An indefinable stillness. The push of the crowd submits to the pull of the individual. Barren doorways and stands suggest suspension of movement and a temporary halt in the progression of time and experience. Solitary mind-movement of the individual, a private thought, a sleepy wish, a seeking and finally a path discovered by footsteps slow in coming. Individuals expand to couples. Reflection and decision in motionless moments. 5: x X? XX 'X X PN , W -wqwg Anxiety presents a need to get away, alone. Or, together alone. Two common thought patterns trigger a sharing which welds a partnership in responsibility. People grow, decisive or passive, ambitious or content. The stark contrast of motion and calm. 4 Momentary stillness, caught in the silence of an empty hallway, conceals inner harassment. The student climbs endless stairways each day hoping to find where he is going. Books and texts, tests and grades all guide him, but often --1 confuse and depress. The force of the group runs strong, comforting and irresistible. Yet at times solitude prevails. An aloneness filled by T computerized movement of the I mind. -a ff Unconscious actions soothed by the silent movement 4 V ' 1 ' 'r ' www KUK- -N-an-W-4-' in a lonely room or hall. The motionless beginning or end of a day packed with motion. 5 Hallways offer solitude, comfort and security. Metallic rows of lockers absorb frivolity and reflection. Entering the complex ofthe school a certain aura pervades. Always there is someone to look to, someone to be with, someone to be. A million footsteps, a thousand laughs, a hundred silences. All are held locked inside, never to be released by the silent witnesses. M K A private laugh, a joking look, the actions of a student body diverse in thought and movement. Clowning individuals contrast serious couples in a chaos of motion and mood. .- r '514":if?.f X- 5-ww :L 'Hg .1 'atrial , ., v -'Q T5 -ffikn' -S 4 14.3. .. 4, ...irq .Simi K5 .gn RN Recreation- Relaxation- Reaction. Sitting offers respite from perpetual motion. It allows time for thoughts to be gathered. Time to be alone among many or to be a warm group with few. , l l 4? 'fa J.,-"'f' I i C' -L. "' f. ,- M, i' M15 :V E- ff- ' ' ,,-- - Y' .""-KW' :?',2"Y1f 11 -'fixg' , ,' ' - nf' Qfffff P 1 ,-ffl gi? ., ' I, 'E " 2 5 4, ,h?.,3.4x LQ, ,Egfr 5 , ,5. , V ,Q 3, , V 'Hi yew' 3 I 9. , J. gm -, 1. -.5iv ,,',.4- Qdwrvyg ,nz- .' , ' my 353 - .- .. , .f' 9 A gswg- 313 ' A Wi' ' A -ff "fri" V p ' ' -.xr 3 ' j'1.fW"' .ffwdg .' e A -,.,4r' ' .H-""""n ' W. E 2 5 :' aw--1'--f' 1 YVV, ., 307, ,g i , FH 3 f 1 ,.,.?...i..-Y--1 ,...,...,.. """ I i,...1...,-s.--,-- 9 '-if Many expressions saying many words with nothing spoken. fl..-wr 62 ,,,., , Opposites coupled with indecision q face the student. A need for guidance and aloneness streak simultaneously through the mind of the student. Final decisions advance relentlessly and elastic judgments threaten to snap back and splinter hopes. Surrounding motion must be ordered and classified in unruffled moments of contemplation. Personal interests provide escape from impersonal pressures. 10 S M . Teachers frequent e. :1e.,, ,MM-W, halls and classrooms X -l" equipped for encounter 6 and advice. Activities and academics form a network of energies, bridged by individual cables of need. 11 2 I i 5 E 5 Q z 2 B5- ff'eL".41'5 . E 1A 0 by i ' J X x X x ix Q X. ws xx .9 ix X. xxx K YXXXQX gqxxg X 1 ' ,Ginn , lx, 1: P' 0 X 4 2 X EQ A X il 5 X ww X :.x,x.,s. X S K' What can be said about the ever moving crowds, the sudden solitude, the intent concentration combined in an intangible undercurrent permeating the walls? 12 nf V-. qu ,X-.Vg .S . , , X iigg '-'xv K "X wff?vEi2iF'Gi Q.: X ,. xg F S L , 2 s , 4 ,W ,wwf .1 5. 'QD xi!! if 14 .SNC ix -sl Euclid spirit runs through crowds individuals and basketball courts. A pulsating mass of reaction to the infinite perpetuation of E-motion. r,,,,. " ,wh . , H. W.. We , ii A 4 V? -il - "Qu-.,y i 'ff' v, 5 , G ' 2 9.4 , 4,1 LZ: 2 u iz' 'X wi .W- ,...,,aE 1 4 . . E1- , R 'U 1, Q . 4 1-' K 53 1 2-.55 V -A- . ,:"'Q' ' ', u N I h -4, hiffff. ' , : 1, g. , , M4 42 Q I l 'L I Qi' 3 I S l1.' x- - F11 -ff A Nik. .-9 x s 5 I 16,0-lit - . od K 'f S3 ' '15 ll ,. - 4 -. 1 .A xy-X3 ... hi. ' , ,-'. 9 . .,. E1 ft fi - ' 1 292119129 ffiiifziwi' t if 5 li The senior enters, pushes further and further, then finally leaves. He travels an uneven line, and now lurches to a precarious stop on a pinnacle, but with the rising momentum of change fast approaching. ln his mind, the past walks slowly, as the future , races before him. His footsteps never turn backward, nor can he stand stillg the thrust of ambition propels him expectantly into the unknown. With his final exit at graduation, the senior will sense and savor his last indefinable touch of E-motion. ff Q S H ,1 ,, . H ' aLn...5 21 W7 1, SENIORS Senior Class Officers IL to Fil: Wendell Price, treasurer: Steve Jezerinac, vice-president: JoAnn Allchin, secretary: Tom Perchan, president. Laurel Abraham Geraldine Adamich Elda Ailcin-Briano Michele Albertone Joanne Allchin John Accettola Dennis Adams David Ailes Clayton Allbery Sharon Allen 4n- 'Dv 'WW 1 ,ss-sew ll Andrew Altenweg Richard Amat 0 Thomas Ames James Ammon Susan Amoroso Campbell Amos Deborah Anderson Beth Andrew Diane Andrews Frank Andrulis W- ff'-ns., 'Ds im. . 7 X Q--. . V is . Qn, ww.. lv v if , .f - L an-1-ui. , 4, ' gg ' . '1-f-5 x I ' 1 VY, ix, I N :Qi .f .,. .,,. f"'4 A1 , 9...- ,...4l .ff --f YQ.: 43' Adams' apple action. dimx ,VN 'Hrs V if Kenneth Andrulis Michael App equist l Sandra Apple James Ashdown 23 ? rw-,,- 1'-. 49 in xi r David Aten s-as Terry Alves Kathy Aufmuth John Augustine Jennifer Aultz Laura Azman Irene Bacon Lisa Bailey Cynlhia Baillie ivy DW 'UN 'PWY -,ff 'Nt tv Rick poses on the way to feed his x ,nv- horse. 2 f- seizes ,isis .x 5 so 'wffa xt Qs? Q wg X X X' x 9 N 5 'FQQSPS 24 1-x .412-+A "El 1"-5 ml ,ll AA . YTIM1 -Y f ln ,N ,Q ' . Su gx 'T I Albert Baka Dean Bammerlin Peggy Ballard Lynne Bana Donald Ballentine Richard Baranowski ,......, r Kenneth Barber Fred Barbis SENICDRS Frank Barresi Edward Barrett wwf' 'US Cindy Barney Bernell Baron 5.6 wg I Dale Hocevar sheds some light on the subject Daniel Barrick Marina Bartel Donna Bass Gall Bednar David Barrick Andrew Bariram Davina Bauer Linda Beechuk ,SQ 1? duff'- 25 f.g,..' '13 GN-175 f f Robert Bennett Sharon Berzanske Janice Birr Barbara Benson William Bessire Jeffery Bish Dennis Berardmelli Joanne Bilicic Laura Blatecky 'N' ff..-f N KN , Xxx W ,.'5.v.:' 'K As. ,I . , . N X s X Key, . 26 aw i. titute today??!" Scott Boettcher Karen Bohn Dennis Bosco . rv r l tau if "I guess you had to be there." Carol Botts Gary Bolts Michael Bour x X X t A,,, Sits., b "3 : -, X-.xx : - x 1 .Mt . .wr S r .- ' 5- V+, X . , 1 X - 1 , nw ,eww YN 'NACTUP' 1 ,V . 4' Nr. as A- xx Kathleen Bowers Sandra Brachlow Karen Braddock Kathleen Braddock Janice Bradshaw Barbara Brandich 'six 'Wh 27 -'Wt fr rx Deborah Brass Edward Breeze Marilyn Braun Timothy Brennan Q 'I Q.. A A Enlightening study period Margaret Bridgen Cheryl Brown Loren Brumbaugh Carol Britvic Diane Brown Elwood Brunner Lorrie Brothers Richard Brown David Brunson Linda Bryant Lenore Buchholz Susan Buchwald Thomas Buckman Thomas Budas 411s l?K'?x gg, ,N William Buikus Linda Burkhart Jeff Burns Donna Burris Barbara Butt QQ? i KW ff 'I' f x x Nw.. arvfix 'UN- 'VN 28 WN Sofia Fx Qlbfnllb-A Andrea Cable Carole Caghan Paula Calabro Chris Cameron "Some comedy." ' 'f fl. , SENIORS 1 in Derrell Capes Judene Caplcclon: Douglas Carney Mary Carroll Cathleen Carpenter Linda Carter if X. , ..-..,... Yes, I do plan on owning a ranch some day." 29 cgi Fw IV' l l I ! l l A grimace of pain as the judo chop is blocked. ,I ' 'A V . f "" A ' NX .gba X.. 1 ' iw 03's 1556 ,.. .E Ns.- Mary Lou Cater Chris Cebron Frank Cercek Thomas Cathcart Randall Cebul Theresa Cerne 30 Wayne Ceiinich Patrick Chabal Bonnie Champa Gary Chaunce Deborah Cherry Richard Chesnic Darlene Chireallo Shirley Chisholm Lynn Christopher Michael Cifranic ' rv Vx l f... 'BS- .X 1 uf R A ina my 12" 11" bv" 5 fvx 0 ,av "Wx T 'Fw -fm Gary Ciprian Raymond Clancy Richard Clark Lynne Climo Doreen Cline ok, Brian Collins Frank Congin Cindy Conley Brian Conti Pamela Cooney TN raw. if Jay Cost Marjorie Costello Lorraine Courtney Gary Cowper Linda Crain 31 Sandra Crawford Robert Cuevas Q 'U' ya. 1. "Show-Off!" 'idx qi ,Vs Q 5 I ' 4:,g.'Ana 3 I. 3'-ay 1, , .zv 'vs- F fa cr' 5 44.57 .. t . avi? - K ,-V ,I 1 .bjigvj-LQ , - 49.1-f'q7F I ,,.,, W, , . wan? H 32, -.,,.-Q . dl SENIORS 'W Mfithkx X agar 4. nas, ,N fm 'Ui i- Aix 'Ex 4 sri 1 "ES X-1-of Michael Cunningham Brian Dadlow Carol Davis Lois Decker Charles Culrone Jill Damberger James Davis Bruce Dei Richard Cvetkovic Deborah Davidson William De Benedictis Dennis Delaney SENIORS Paul Nielsen accompanies himself on the harmonica. Ki, YYvQSNkaxx..axGsQ: if , ,J ..,.nN..., eww-,L News mmm . U nivzqxlnunu-ww--iv...-vsp QNX X ' -i I,xv.xle,,.Nu xx,,.A,,,X,,..,.i,,.i...N., ..,. ,,...,,.,,.m...vgm px Margaret Dell Jo Ann De Mell Kent Demshar Gloria DeMario John Deming Deborah Denney Z :D in o 0. rn Il m an o 2 m .- m S0 l 'lEl'lfi l ,,,...., than Q ' ', 2.2: b-.. 5 5 - 2 ' 77543 ' ITD vi ff! Qs Howard Denney Kathleen Dereska Deborah Detweiler Arthur Devlin Carole Devor S .-vw ' any Alan Di Biasio David Di Biasio Philip Dickinson Phyllis Dickinson Diane Dieckmann Tv 'C r- 7 fa-.,., 'YN -. Bonnie Dieirich Sandra DiNardo Ralph Doesburg Sandra Doles G15 - TQ, Y !.w.x",f 'Man Barbara Dongress Terrence Donovan Sharron Dorn Steven Dornbusch SENIORS 4 E -t rAixQ "You say such clever things!" Meng 61695, "Us JUN 'Ox .Y -Q--H lg gf'- VWN. .35 Qs A 1 D Anthony Dottore Clifford Drobnick Timothy Dular Cynthia Downen Daneen Dugan Douglas Duncan Elaine Doyle Thomas Dugan Randy Dutko 34 James Dutrow Charles Eastabrooks Mary Dutrow Martin Eble l 7 .qhgvnv 'VN -1- Harris' Conspiracy Q6 A chicken in every pot-a pinata in almost every Spanish class. H 35 r"" , Leslie Edwards Nancy Edwards -1-g,- fx- .' ' 1 N.. , ,, .Je N. Marilyn Eikenburg Rita Ellis -vs Q9 ,gn-...,, , fl.. Patricia Ellison Keith Elshaw Forget it. Even Mary Martin used Carol Emmert Monica Enders ll Wll'BS. 'li' sf "And here are some exciting scenes from next week's show John Engel Janis Essex William Fagan Michael Enright Richard Evans Patricia Fatken Sharon Erickson Charles Evin Dale Fanney .vw A ll: . 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Vishna Franic Mary Carol Frey Cindy Fried Marianne Frueboes David Fuseck Ya- 1 Wilma Gallaher Lawrence Gamer Harry Gant James Garland Steve Garvas Christine Geer Patricia Gephart Nancy Gere Patricia Gibbons Nancy Gibbs Robert Giles Rosemary Gillespie Jay Glick Alan Goldstayn , "3'Z'I"'a 99 ' fu' lb. ,rr '- f fb s., T'--. QV' 'Drs 'QW "xv xx- --r Jw ' QgF:f22if'5:ff1-g, ' 195413 lyk, N 0 . , X ' '. 1 yr Q :Q Dennis Golon Karen Gonas Patricia Gombach Donald Gorjup Spiros Gonakis Sarah Goslee "Excuse me, could I get b 1 K+.. Q7 'Vx X x 4 S ix 2 'Nx ,f Rita Graham Janet Graves Vincent Gregorio y to the fire extinguisher?" R Q x A5 1 ff lift X 'rl x 5 an-'1 UN if He, i 5 X .,.. : S x David Grieshammer David Grillis Betty Grigonis Gary Guenther Sally Gulich 5--' Q., .J rv ,X Y- Sharon Grimes Kirsten Groce Belinda Gromley Timothy Gulich Laurel Gulick 'WS 4'- 'bn Qi Knut sun... 3 0 Suzanne Gustetic Alan Guttmann John Gydosh You say you're all out of '1 4 3 fi - with , gateway? 3 '-P s54??5"" 1 fy 1,24 '? " ' .,:- Qm,e1"' K- rin. '- -ttgzf , . 1 - W? ..-...g x.., Wayne Haas Timothy Haase David Haller John Bell ' '-f 'E' N7 Q i' v xf75f'T1 ' .31 if 'EL fig 'Y' Q ng,-' E21 ,N incorporates Spirit. SENIGRS li- T ,i'l' 'M' 35" Q FL contact lens solution l V. H42 i i g f: f .XJ 18: if 1:a- - 3 '?"'5 5 f 'Q rg-4 L - Y-e ts .ti 1 ' we-LW ,.x ,....-4 W - , , ,- K H .R rf ,S- rf YC A 41 Peter Haller Robert Halterman Elizabeth Hamby William Hamilton Karen Hancovsky Diane Hannan James Hanson Milferd Hanson IUXQK Mary Hare Michael Harris Janice Harvan Gary Hassei Janice Hatcher Susan Hathaway Jeffrey Hay Beth Heglaw John Hegler David Hehemann Ewald Heise Ann Helmuth , 0 , M 'V .. .5 , I av -V -am.. . aka Eye-catching spirit. pug fii 6 ' GN gn. fn. Carol Henikman Suzanne Hertfelder Eva Hignite Daniel Herrmann Susan Hewitt Clare Hille 1' 43 +V -H- IQ fhs A Elaine Hiruo Dale Hocevar Carol Hitchcock Joan Hocevar SENICDRS '. .J -1 X QW if .. 'Jos-'Y ...nf 'V s- l l i l i i l l l E i 1 l , . 2 : . . . . il 2 I l l il if li 'i Z 'I 4 -325,2 I' ' 'if 'IL' O f1.. . - 1 A :Z I , yum Richard Hoinski John Hola "But what??!" W, 19' L'4fr' ,-5, eg. Karen Holodniak Allen Horvath Diane Horabik Mary Hrdlica Maureen Horton Marylou Hrovat 44 'Q' W' 1 f x .. 9 3 rr r we +gti1:t:a.:sfggo ft fra r ' f . aismmigxmg. Km-12.::,f' ,fr i .V 11 ay, r- . . .-' J. - fa . .Q it .' X T- ,MK Gregory Huddlestone Jacqueline Hull Judith Hull Nancy Hull Mark Humphrey Kolene Huncharek Laverne lvec Anita Jackson Geraldine Jancigar Cynthia Jansa ,ii 'IU' ,QW ,...... ,X 'QSM 912 Douglas Jones Joan Kadow Karen Karberg Charlene Joyce Dale Kalamasz Anita Karp Kathleen Kadlec Suzanne Kapler Karen Kaiona fgflgibx 45 'Biff .Q-.-. Jane Jaquays Frank Jelenic William Jerin Steve Jezerinac David Johnson Judy Johnson Robert Jokela Suzanne Jokela wg . 1 6 5 uw 1 'N . W -4-,..4.v41sXxw4U'N !A 4 -Q A 1 Gregarious Grigonis A NM-fri? . ,J ,111 -Q W' ' ,. ' Q F' I I 6 ,. ll. WY :J ,. dp Gene Kaufman Sandra Kavel Irvin Kays William Kazen Gayle Kehres Kenneth Kelember "And then he sticks a great big needle right in here." Douglas Keller Douglas Kelley .. . X. t 1t.- Y- .....u. x.1..,.,,TS A M A: x : vo. .,1-, A . x' Qs, .1 The Thinker SENIORS Richard Kelly Sharon Kelly l .,..--1 'Ninn-N ,iv q,ga---v' , Timothy Keough Bonnie Kermavner James Kershaw Andrew Kever Cheryl Keyes Michael Kickle Rose Kimosh Bernadette Kirsch 9' . 1 It ' u. e sf Q 'DN '- A You look just yummy too." Q 3 Fieinhari Diana Hillard Sharon Maryanne Koepp Koeth Koeth Koeth Kohut rf-'--':f:fm'ff:ww1:fi: ::fv:q3'.y'Q gf 1 ,ff f 1 rf 7, V .V,, ,2,,,Y,,,.,,:i. .. e.,,,,,, f , ' Mr ' 4 gf w A . 'Q J, Terrence Kollar Michael Kolus Diana Komocar Gary Kordos Roberta Kormos .44-A,,,--Q.. 971117 fi 422' www.. ---.. X ,,,.-.. , ,..,. E3 rr -A Vicki Korthals Margaret Koski John Koski William Koss -S NW-'. X , .N sw W xx eww N 'f':?vTsGv x x X . N x SX xr .QE X if f ' f X ---, , , ,M "Q-x. . 4193, if N 1 1 gg xv X ., - N' , .fi-EN AM.. v-fi,-r s we Q X . ' xv-Y xx K ,' . ,QX-if AQ it -Q9 'FFS X 48 "That was no test, that w i Rose Kostelac Sandra Kostelic as an inquisitionf' "Watch it or l'll lake your picture." fr-Q if 1 Q9 .G Jean Kovacic Janet Kozak Dolores Kozar Gary Krall Carol Kramer Gary Krech Thomag Kren Gale Kramar Len Kramer Shanely Krejci Gary Krsolovic -Sl , , 1 ww. ., ,wp gt-, G. , X , -'Nw Lv , N ,f 3 r l 5 l 5.1. ' 1. Arthur Koziera Kenneth Krakau Ronald Kral Catherine Kruger Gerald Kucharski ,W ir' v ww V 'gi' ,4 , 2, , ,A 'Nr 'W A' "Wu-...uf J .7, -A-...v L i ff y, ,H L. 55 " T: h ' E2 1 jr g . ' 9' N, " 'f ..,, I qw ' - , wt, K 0' -. ,V v'- .gg xww :.r 49 . all ww- -W, W: . Al 7? QW uw w ff i 'Wx fur nm. Rita Kuhn Lorraine Kuret Susan Lanser Linda Lang ga-ah '55 wx! is M jf . 1 , Q . fm 4 Q 1 If , - ,,,. 2 Q-M if zz X .1 If ie.. Y Xa. David Laufer Kathleen Laurich Susan Lavrich Joan Laukiavich Dennis Lavorgna Timothy Lawler David Lawrence Carol Lehman Carol Leaeure Liberty Leigh Nancy Lebet Gordon Lemke "i""M fa'--A- 1 L--A i " f n s, , f 6 fi af YWH4, i W- ,. Iva: 2 L- f Sz """ 'W ' wr .ws Pa i n tbox fwx 'Q--ev We ,pn--L fax W- M.. Ain., 50 "If I glue it back on, they'll never know." Frank Lemmo Laurel Letney Stuart Leyda Virginia Lenarcic Joan Lewandowski Donna Libman Nancy Lesiak Donald Lewis Jeffrey Lick 65 ,ph- YN Q., - I I IL '5-J' 51 SENIORS 4?X Karen Lobas Mark Lombardi Danny Lombardo Michael Lonchar Margaret Lovick A I9 'IU' 4 Cathy Lovin Margo Lunder Catherine Lutz Brad Lyman 5 f 6 ... 4 I rf ' - 'A.A - .. i Y a H ziiz' Li' "TJ""'? ,. 2.41416 XR' "Gosh, no one's ever asked my opinion before." Eric Qyttle Laura Maaswmke' Mary MacDougalI Mary Macke Raymond Machi Carolyn Madeja John Mack Susan Mady wNlxx V107 is XX ., 3' . d is. 2 s ' A V'iQXQ Xgxx RSSNQ5 A N 'iQ .X 'ww ?""'r-P SENIGRS vi Could this be a frame-up? 52 .of .YUX ,.....-1 7 . 1 1 ., ji f Rose Marlon Margaret Massiello Robert Matelich .,f F ..v..ff-H' K I 4 Q , Smeltz turns on the schmallz. i w V 7 ' 0 K 2931-- , ffl,-ff , f W' .145 lf I f 2 John Mauser Richard Mayfield Donald Maxa Dennis Mayock Q'-. 'KN as as Q 'r-I fi .- , ',.,.-rv"""""' Q Qf..,,,,, salem Wx Leland McBride Bonnie McCartney Guy Mclntyre 442 -qv, 1 , fl -I J .- f xg., ,5- - , rn Hi U 43..- ' .-. , d f 4? fx N V f,fl I l X X Jack McKee John McKee Linda McLaughlin Marlene Meares James Mehling Patricia Mehollin "This class really gets hoppin' after school!" n X X X N x ' X: I.. XX yn fa H7 17' V xt . .ss 5 + . Q- X Q WN . nu- - NX. 91 Me.. ..s..v............. ,......--'--- Wwwwi -X-'W's"' . 'x Q-1 WM XA -Q . A X W-www .Aww 54 fl? Ronald Meister Maryann Melgun Ronald Menart "One wet camera, coming sv 49 i - 'L Q M N 55 R. , x X x .a Q U1 John Meros Jay Messner Barbara Metz up!u Cf"""'hu SENIGRS V., l .,.fb, 9'-V name 'Uri' 1' 'Z7 ' 4 D L X Suzanne Miller Janet Miscavish Frederick Minis Maria Mistretta if ,V I+ 5. ,f1::- , ., ss: .: M- -' -..:.,X-.X, Ne: ry -, - ---4:- .- , . ,.Q1 X A ai f ' L :1-- ,:q, X Q XGQ X xxx , . s , . " . at tx Y f VW Q" 4' X if ,,,Q1 X.::- .:?:..A :-X X X . ,, ,xx ix X ...,.. X gym . xx f' N-. ,.:s:' ,-,Stax X X b S x.1-' :S' XS '52 f Y X x R X 5:3 X 5, X e X 9 'X X X Q Q ' X x ' X xx X Q N X I X X S x xi i x X X +X X 5 Nx X A X XX Xxx X N X X X .X X W ' 'V :T x .. . N XX., .X Q S' 5 X f "Nea W X X at x X x ,LX "XXX: XX, .f H wf "Need I say Moore?" , mw- 4, pwwe, . 'q I 4 A if-, 'WU 3 Y O .QX 5 S Q A: ik. 1-. E ?n "What do you mean-pay attention SENIORS aff I A44 'Hr-uv Ellen Mizner Karen Mlachak aw.-" Diane Moats Frank Mocilnikar - is 'Lx , ts T W X X " .E 'LY F X Robert Modic Barbara Monahan 56 A 1. +...,.,, .. - IBS 'OX 'ff ' .Q 'UN 'az-A-A ,Rh -12 z.j'4"1'i-VV.: .132 -' ' t J.,-a , , , nf .I , 1-A 4' 'L ' ' .X 5915 'SZI.,D' I T . ffl is Michael Mooney Joseph Morabito Catherine Moore Anne Morley Kathleen Moore Jerry Morris Lynda Lee Moore Terry Morris Richard Moore Robert Moskowitz W--'re ,f r""F 50' ,fl K1 4-f""' 'N - ,, YU". Us 4 ii 'igdr vs , David Moye Deborah Mugenski Donna Murphy Mary Jane Mrowca Roger Munson Charles Myers Michael Mueller Michael Murowsky Debra Naderer Track pack fa-ff mg?- A M if 'Klein Gloria Nalepa Deborah Naro Barbara Nash Monica Naworski Dale Nemeth "Mom told me !here'd be days like this." iw ,, -R f"'a'5i I t Q hd .i Larry Nagode . iss . ,fm 58 Michael Nagy Richard Nakaji YDN ,gk 'M -..JV Q7 9, ' 467 A I Of Z 'Ms 5 1 .J-f ' WW 7Zff:'54Ii"f 5 Zyszm f i1r,Q+1,f A f ff? f X 'f 7 M 2 7 af ' ff fi 4 ff! 5,1 x 1 I Z A , , N 5 4 2 ' V , yu. Jeanette Nemeth Sandra Nickles Rose Nemeth Geraldine Nielsen Carol Neumeyer Paul Nielsen Bonnie Newton Raymond Nlppress James Nickel Robert Noda 778 ge. X "N A ss asm M x 'x New 'hw FTW- 52 gg. as , I fur V-. wurwrf Mary Nossek Susan Obreza Rosemary O'DonneIl Robert Oktabetz Katherine Olds ,- :-7- ,ff -Q f f L" we 4 I Louis Olszewski James Orazen Sharon Ortman Rebecca Otcasek Bernie Overberger SENIORS John Oysier Barbara Palmer James Paolucci Patti Page Mary Palozzi William Papp 141 -vx .. Q. nv J -me Gobble, Gobble, Gobble. , , -' rr .. , ' ' Q, -::- -A A -ig , .r. -,, J, 6 '3 , Z, K ":' K if ' 3 rb .,.. 59 'ff ' s 1 2 xi: H W, ,J " 4 1.3 . Carla Paradiso Yolanda Paratto Keith Parkinson Holly Patterson Linda Pawlak Salina Pawlak Stanley Peklay Dale Pekrul Mark Pena Thomas Perchan JI'- uq, ,L . WW? 7' .,,,,,,. , V, fl . 59, ,. A Mwff' wfwfffffff 'W it 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Barbara Perl Bonnie Perpar Christine Peterson Denise Perovsek Michael Perry Anthony Petro 'V-'S N .415 "Pt is X A X 'N-I" We rv 60 "You! You! You!" John Petro Patricia Pikula Donna Plickert James Petrovic Steven Piscopo Shirley Plott Blanche Pierce Mary 'Plaga Carolyn Pograis .HL- 41' !0x 61 SENICRS John Polito John Powalie Mary Powell fv- 'Z V9 A! JY' mmf. ...f Q..,,,,,-N, Tizv gbx ille- Linda Pozun Gary Pratt David Price Patricia Primoznik Edward Puro Jack Prasek James Pribonic Wendell Price Kathleen Pultorak Robert Race "Now that you've bought a pen, you'll need paper . . Andrew Radonich Ronald Raley Donald Rakas Dianne Ranker pe-N YU? ' ai 'Qi x X-.M x 1 ge :X fix X ww .a 'lS.i'T"" NM 62 'v . Rudolph Raukar David Rebeck Gary Ray Teresa Rechner Georgia Ready David Redeye .i xx- Y. Xt YI.: ?x..,,,,w.x .wsbrpr , if'-' '87 :ha Y "Now, if I were coaching . . 1:5"'r omaw. ,, ap., iii-f 63 Roberta Redfield Barbara Reed Cheryl Reed Linda Reed Steve Reese Gloria Regalbuto Donna Reinke Marion Reinke D ,U , ,,,,,.,,,,, ian' y ',y,i,y,4f," 1 -4'-if 'v V ' ' Wh, with , '4 , , f W C , QZX Christine Reinwald Gail Res Orson Richmond Darlene Rickard SENIORS Terrence Rieder John Rieth Susan Rinehart Francine Roberts :WP L -maui: 3 64 4, , MPA Man against machines. , Keep your eyes on the music, Jim! David Robinson Sally Rogell John Robinson Brian Roland Leslie Robinson Barbara Romoser Thomas Rockwell Dennis Rosa Daniel Roeder Carl Rosenberger "And laying my finger aside of my nose . . ... X :Lv 5, W O Cheryl Ross Mark Rossodivita Michael Rupert Mark Rossi Maria Rozman Christopher Ryan Ax sen, Qs 65 'Ds V 'R -tv-3 if- I Marlaine Ryan Elaine Sabo Louis Saba Mark Sabula ,1 ,I .3425 YLQ ' fa. nazi -.4,,.g.,V I , M., U , Jaw-,Avkr 744W N-J 'I kn r ir: 2 aaa-W, . fy 'fl .11125z5'f:fz'. y :"ffFZ,?!57'.', ' if-"'f . 1 as S 5 gg fm' ' ow the perfect person to send this to!" an ' ' :affix J' -- 5. 's N ., 5 353: jfjs, -Q5 gc x x iw ww-X . " J - sew" WE' :Q Lx' . 5 NR" X H,- gig: +853 1 2 -S1 9 xg: 'sz' X N . .xg ' QS Q Q: r '--A i, :- ga . '-IF N1 ,. fkz. - -.age S- lv:-. .-we fw cN . k .' -We 'L-,IP 5 X r-X some . ., V:-.I se .i .-X-v-e:"1"TTb2S-1'Sg,g,wl , .l , at 5,51-3. JUS? -R -.M , 1 - Q X X- 'SFKQN YQ lfe--N-gas ix 1 -X XS: xspgg' gf N 9 . -X x .Xi '1 -X..Qg:se3a We f igs XX N635 i X J -xX0xwg N A kai: Xxx '- Q 1. 5 5, Xi' E Q we Sxxewgsigwg ix . , 1 : Q, 15:-X RX x YK . .i ,AE :Q X f. ,.-H---.a w .six me Q X- ' wlixv FSXNN A, . ity C 66 "No one can make himself clear to me anymore." ,A 5 A X s i R' I We 9 1 iwl 'T-T-3' Cynthia Sak Michael Sarraino Barbara Samsa John Scalzo SENIORS Al Scheimann Irene Schimes Carol Schubert Terry Schenck Thomas Schmenk Lin Schuffert Candace Scheurman Richard Schneider John Schulte ?.. -9-5 'Tx ,J can-. .gc 'QF' oz...-vw J-mg ,-wx 'MI x,-.., 'f1,"P -Y ,. ,SJ -xx ,-at K -C N N 4 ll! x R ,nr- m x v YC L 'gp-,W Wx Fred Schwenke Rosemary Scott William Scott Barbara Seifert Bernadette Schultz Raymond Schultz Dawn Schulz Duane Schulz 545, ev '9l"""s , 9: rn m ,f ' SN G4 4 2 'VH ,Sv H :gg .K , 1 Q- . Sw J if" - 1? ja 1 rr A ww In , .. GS A lf.-fs: ,um ,Q f 'fe fy Jack A ' ff . EA g9'K if I Lloyd Sherman Flenia Sherrill Mary Jane Shields James Shilander Brenda Shipley Donald Shisila Karen Shook William Shriver YI MS" "l'm sorry, there is no Row E-Seat 21." x , . nv'- 'VN '79 In '95 'Qs 1' lx, V rf 'QQ,f '45- YQ .,.f Linda Senger Sally Shemkunas William Shaffer Craig Sharon Barbara Shenk Robert Shenkel K' s .' Q 68 Q verge 'QI' qc-nr A 1-'s LVL Sf? :BR ff 'WX wqwl., A Joyce Siat Michael Sikora Sandra Silverman Laurie Sickler Karen Silsby Susan Simon Bonnie Sielerd Marlene Silverman Robert Singer "Say, how about a fast round of 'Red Hot Pepper?"' SENICDRS "lt's a small door, but I think l'lI fit." -SEX , f v. s ,i 51116 W1 xi Q-I ,, , -'r 1 rs-I 1' ' v +,. 'T 't ' . -2 454, Lv Y if Y ' 4 'D fl I 5 V , :T f,' ,gn AZ. fre , he if fi ' at ll Maria Sivec Barbara Skafar Susan Sivik Larry Skapin , Qu Q3 .pf 'qw , "' b ' 'ir iii -xxx 'gk 'I 1 Xx Kenneth Skedel Colleen Skonier Patricia Skeya Agnes Skully Af. " 'lvllg if Wu-. 'WTS ifrw' 'll WKAMZW Geoffrey Sleeper Susan Smeltz Susie Siussar Donna Smink Randi Slusser Kenneih Smith 'Bb M3 Xxx RXQ53T5Nmw A my -Qx-...... "Check it out, Modic." "I am, Wighto, I am." 70 .fl hx. Robert Smith SENIORS Nancy Stanley Patncua Steugauf Kendal! Stauffer Gary Steunfurth Daniel Stearns Susan Sterlekar X. , N., ,fr 'HIS A SENIORS if Diane Sterling Victoria Stevens Louis Stevens Judy Stiscak 4 if , I A x l 'Z I ,, I , 0 - Q Q ,, . .gy it If 4.4 if , , ..-v""'d "Why is it me? Why is it always me?" ff , f 'H Q an L TF' 17" 'Y Lillian Strekal P Therese Stuber f Lucille Stucki Janet Subel P5 .osx -we ug i 455. Susan Susel Michele Svigel Paul Swaidner Robert Sweet 'EIT 'K' 'X Lynn Sweigert Robert Swift Geoffrey Swisher - Shirley Swonger Backs to books. , . ,.,.., 75 .,1a5' Samuel Syracuse Lawrence Tally Irene Szabo Clarabeth Tannehill vs ""P"n'r I 'suv Kathleen Tanner Barbara Taylor Robert Taylor Shelley Tarantino Gary Taylor Palricia Telich SENIORS 4 1 Weights worry Watts TY ,l 1 s 3' 1 'l f l sf X . , . -gr .4 .- ' . l,fM'i,j5g,'l f 1 rf vw.. A lib 2f'1.zl,12m "Somebody call me?" 74 Jane Telling Sandra Tesch ner Sybil Tetrick Leigh Thomas ,I .XX I3 i ,. 4 gli- -- , , t - -Q - , , g N i is '-.,v N ga .. ' 'nj N, 3' is go Richard Thomas Michael Thome Nancy Tianello Richard Tianello Michael Tittnich Michelle Tolaro Kathleen Toll Shirley Toplak Betty Torp duly open." Jeannette Toth Patricia Totten Patricia Treanor Gene Trebec Ann Trommetter 824.9 fiv- -vs- Sv C-4 1 ' 'J'- xlrti-eff I'm busy this week, but I can fit you in on Friday the 15th for half an hour." Jeannette Trout Linda Tucci Kathleen Turner Susan Truesdale Mary Margaret Tucci Patricia Turner John Tucceri Jacqueline Turner Arnold Uhas "43"iTP" . 76 42.7. .nr ?' Stanley Ulle Loretta Umek Gretchen Ulstrom Elaine Underkofler "Ol I'm soooo disAFtMing" , -gl, , ',.g,,..'p -- .ax -S 41 'i V27 .4-en Brian Ursich Richard Vahcic Roberta Vandeveer Jan Van Plassendal Rita Vasas Jane Vagasky Sandra Valenti Mona Vanek Ray Van Tilburg Bruce Vehar 'VR :Ea 'Cirr Wayne Vehar Anthony Verch SENIOR S Alan Vilcheck Catharine Vincent 4 3 ' A "Listen, guys, I'd love to play, but . . Robert Wallace Maureen Walsh Jeffery Walsh Ronald Walsh 'vs' ' 'Y Qi David Virginia Shirley Vocaturo Margaret Vollman , 6 X . IQ? 573 'hh SQ Hans Von Flekowski James Vyskocil Flulh Von Sick Sandra Vrh "Nine plus three are eleven, carry the one AFR Gregory Walker Janice Walker ,. .,,,. ,,.:v N K ji 78 Q -ffff 4 Zvi Aer-r 5 W- Newly honored scholars SENIORS Adrienne Wells John Wendolowski John Whitcomb David White qs?-ey W .sgwfm Patsy Walter Laurel Warnke Larry Watts Gloria Weber Kathleen Warner Darlene Waterwash Linda Weaver Sara Weinberger ..o-Q-'sara' 39- t-fi -3511:-' , "x --X 'mg V i J 'GD- 'St wr Yzrnr-Y A Q " ,f ' f bl. 'TT' 'www 9 RU? X 1 79 .l Alec Wightman Leroy Williams Kathleen Wilber Nancy Williams Donna Wilbraham Arthur Wilson Martha Wilder William Wilson Carol Willert Lee Winder ' M "l wouIdn't trust him." Thomas White Robert Wicks -QW" cf IH ngfw Q: "You mean l'm not projecting?" ao 7 '93 fl'h' Wah' ,Q , fv- "Heh. heh. heh!" ,R,,.,,. ,f fn . w 24 fa Nancy Winters Andrea Witczak Allen Wisniewski David Wohlgemuth Terry Wisser Greg Wolenski 1 Diane Wunderle Dale Yoger VII you check out that new teacher! Kathleen Yanchar Gregory Young Y EW Q f R H e 1.4 X, 1 .x - el. Xxxxx :WM Qxl-522,55 .- Si MI R955 'X .5'f2,.::z::5f: .N-f'f:l4 'SVN Ki-rw. 'wx 3 r l v--1 K, X ar- e lu i" ,:.:525".j' "Wi-9 .5- Eif 4 xt 4? 1 42 , X ,,'ZC714'i99 . :ill ing? . V u E M .,g523.:,g,2 , 74? W? . -A 5' 1 'WZ ' ,wr---, ' ' -:,.fg5-1:':, l, -' ,.,,.4fg -1, V . " in A M42 I ,ff , A -' TT", v , 4 ' :L 'W' fa -fir in - -.1:1::f ,:ef35212.:,5Ae":aQ.f.- .. ,. V-f-1,115-ff ."""""" , . Q .A A , ff . ff J' 451--c1c'4f',.-ff'f aww' : ' ., ' 'I " ak-v..:T'7:fi lf' U5 , l " A Z ' it 'C fl., " ff 2514 3, ' l H fly lg. "fig f " M , ::,qy,5,34,,gg, V . I 3, few.: .. . , lim . . 'Q 'W ff-rw " L..-1. 12-ffpae'-I .af f 4" , ' 4 . -4 - -'-f-wc.. :ef Q-MW' f- ,. ,MW . 1251112 -.:- , 4-,,J"',"' V, ' 1? " . 4.12,-' ff' 'ff 'fffvfi 1 'WZ flea, - I' 3,1 - H ,fl ,Q f t3?1f "'zf ' 1 , .fi 29-1 . ' , u V 5- T ' ' ' - """"'7' -' ' "'f'4'f2a lf., , .. -: . .,, V., V-,w,,,,, 5104 -fa ,Mena . I 4,-,1,,vZ,,I2Z"5'I1 "jIff,"f'- .':1-'F ' ., K, "" m...,...,,, ' , ' ' wi - .-sv 4..Z'LE,i5.-Er .. ii I , -' mrziiif' ,raw-'Z' ' 1' tif.. 1 5-1.3" ,Q fl n 21.4282 '- 7 . ..:.z51i' .1, ff' W" '-1: ag W - . - - - ' 541 , 1 li -'-' gl' V' 'fm . . , V 534' ,- ' f ' ' ,1fz:y2f5f?5'f,,..5,:52'vQ , ' W 'W . 'il 2? ff" JZ". if 1.4, .V 24744, , 1 , .,,1,- - 5 I , . , f -J , ,p ,Q QM. A peaceful environment facilitates quiet study. William Young Marian Zajc Karen Zelman Linda Zadd Daniel Zdanowicz David Zgonc 'Nb A-'13 -as 'UFS W Gregory Zgonc Ronald Ziemmer Donald Ziegler Karl Zimmerman SENIOR5 National Honors light the way. it . X ,my t f--W .A y l PN . f X v' S-3, t N 82 I 21 f 5... N A V 3 55 . Nei .Pi If i 5 ,...Z. "Haven't I seen you on the Downtown Loop?" James Zivic Bethann Zonneville Shirley Znidarsic Patricia Zorko Eva Zucker Joanna Zupancic Patricia Zupanc Marguerite Zust , ef- vffji, ir, .75 fl ' If Y 5,5 2 ,-I UN 6 w r 'T Vx Q, ' is I 'gigs ' I i ff . eg... Conversation backs concern. 83 ACADEMICS I I i '-Nj +1 if ar, .4 i 5 say . ' - 1:3 1,-z,,, ,, ,V , 1 l fmmaqy 04,37 , ff X WG, o-pu in Nw. Z' A NX it -4'1" f1f,,w,' ,ffl , ff. ' an U, 9, 1,1 ., A mfg, "pyfgy ,Q z4wef1',f,f4 f, -, UWWCZ 5255421 'H riff ! Wg, my '10',Qff.j50 13774 Ti 'f if f C? , offs, '4z03fzf5,a.f,1.f ,f ' lf 1 , ,,f,f,,f,,y,4, ,, ,y f,,fw , if , ,f .f.1"X ' 'Zi ,' , ., ' V V- ,f Mm, L, , ' 'ZLQ ' ",ff',1i f ',,' AWP: 1, ., 40, , gg: i ' 'f .f,, , ' 0, ' . Qffffg' " 115717 jfriffy 14720-W WW wwvyf 'M ' W-f '. .6 f X f , ,157525 ,f . ' .:-'sffff 1 51 fa? ,4..f,,1,, W fy K!! , 1 cf f f 6 ff ' f 1 f f ,f I f 7 if a 59 , iff "" Efsa ,. 'f V. ggi' IP. Y .v 'fl ' , f :Av-,,.j W, , I , , W ,-off " 1 ,. ' I , ' , , 4: , ju I ' .rf .4,' 1' I' Vrv, 1 1 1 1 ff 4 . v 5 ,gf:I:v',-' ff' ,. 1 .-,. :-V ,fx ,'-, , .z lg ffgki. f .2-1' 'L-57.14 Q52- Q??Vff,?:: :iffy Tin: , f W iilv f" 1-'Q ' sg ' : '- C 4 4 y 'X , ' Y 3 4 ,ff 1 ,, .,., Mn- ,, , , I "H I' " V ' 4.343 Eze! -5'1,':E:.!,P3ff-" V-Aj, ' Motivation detonates intrigueg the learning process requires first a will to learn and then mental output. Synchronized scheduling dictates V . f 1 ,V fe , , " 2 Y L,f',.., -, i x'4"'!S,,-,c hor I. E, l i 4 s 'T' l l W" .'t. ,- I Q.. I 40 l get-as F, 945 . .l-1 E - l anmzwx qgtgl. fi et ttf 'pq' 0 ?otc , 9 on o '-it .5 " 22 .sa 8 q,.' mf aww' 1115 L Qvxy. J' ky 'fc-, Xfiox 5. Q- Q 3 z , 1 I ,lf 4. rat-f "-.1 ME. the respective path of each student every day. But knowledge does not dawn in an ordered patterng bursts of inspiration and energy, fused with realization and discovery, build solid thought structures and flexible thought movements. 87 .fa ?w'f?R V v.,A. e ,- A N--1 Jean Bell william H. Former Milan A, Jaksic - - ' : 'Ji ' l E D U C A T I O N yeyyy . in "Excellent Education in "Euclid" is b fi- it no accident. Through the cooperation and planning of school personnel, Eu- Q A ,SR ,le 0 clid has become one of the top sys- .73-se " tems in Ohio. Monthly meetings of the Board welcome citizens and students E ' E interested in taking an active part in o - oiic -makin decisions. , p y Q MSW KH19 Paul R. Totten Lgwell 5, Davis X 'i x, i H X Xi ' ,fi at 4 x f' I' I .. hwhyw lg S tgnmxuil-Y2?' wiw'.' mm ww, 9' Wigan. tilt ,g,QvcziQ -V2 "'f'fxfw,,- 88 W. G. Fordyce Administration Building Tradition is an important part of our heritage. One aspect of our American heritage, leading to a full life, is the public school system. We at Eu- clid Senior High School are indeed fortunate as we inventory our opportunities: a curriculum suited for every individual, activities conducted for the good of all, a dedicated and competent staff, cooperative parents, a Board of Education in tune with the value of education, a community that invests in education and graduates of our Euclid School System who are willing to assume their responsible place as positive citizens in our community, state and country. Congratulations on a fine year and my good wishes for a profitable future. Spartoco DiBiasio Superintendent of Schools Dr. Flobert Wightman, Assistant Superintendent-Secondary .. t --ff ' 'Navi Sig"-F? 12. .E 5 X 2 X- 5 .. ,K j . .js X. . . 'NN -, .-I . X t ,Q "F, ' H 9' vu, - -if QNYX o N ff f X x 'N Tlx-r'-mum. X . -:I :: X ,WF ..t X ' ax: xt., ,X xg X . . ., x ...gf ,iq X l , SS W: t :z x tg tix ,sssmwN N ' V ,..,.. . -I .A -A f if H ' rs Dr. Spartoco DiBiasio, Superintendent Education 89 ,s mm A .:,.s.gm,, N- . , . .,,,f ,- "" I 1 .-. .,....- Mr. ,....- " .L I ...- ,.... ...... William Lindsay - . ,,,, .4 ,M .-- "" "7 1, L -- M W- .W ,... 127 "" iv' g 'S W.. i K Bi .M . HT ......-. i ...- I Nw. in ., -............, . 2f,.'ff+f'w- Z 'Ml ., -Sig 1 W, 1 1 -Q. Mrs. Harriet Sheats Mr. Fred Johns 'W X ..... new u.. 1-mai Awww-v Q . . 'ww' E. Q. K 'ivan-. P. Mr. Walter Schwegler, Principal Dr. Jerry Berger-n 11+ tif' ADMINISTRATION "And what can I do for you, little boy?" ques- tions the giant with a glare. To most, this repre- sents the misconstrued concept of the adminis- trators. Often perplexing and confusing to the student, the assistant principals are called upon to pass judgment and determine policy for gov- erning of the masses. Many innovations per an- num maintain a continually dynamic atmosphere that permeates the entire school. Students, con- fident of being guided sagely, become only subtly aware of certain alterations. fa -1 - -an L-ff' , wk -X ig- ,, X 'CKE 'CIN' M? DIVISION A-F u ' YH, ' WWE-wwaii Mr. Robert Yocum, Vocational Guidance Counselor .21 ,wwf - .wr sa ' lx r nwtw' "'.::--:fag- . ' W" in ff I S . XXV ,Q '5 5 W-ny,-media' : I -Nxriafw-, . " A x f.5EiQI:r?Hii5i3i3.l6-,:?.i5 X -RX? ,, N .- gy X. fs I Nx .: :affair - 3,....5ggt x.5 -LQ. N6 Mr Robert McLaughlln Counselor Mr James Clnflel Counselor W I -ff I V , ""--H-f' . 1 1 Q, q..M,,r- .- ,4,A,,V, .1 . -. unit- A 27 4 1 is f -K I 1,- K,,-..f- '- W ,, 'Z IS DIVISION G-L 92 Mrs. Jean Cox, Counselor. Mr, Donald Martin, Dean Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor. Mass Wllma Grllman, Dean Nm? vw. Ms ikwuxx X :X wx 6 ti Q W tg., . Q x 3 E s, X X. DIVISION M-R lg ,,.., ,,v.,.. . ., . . . ' ' . 'cv " lffiglriw' me ...f e 1-Q... :. . , ' L 7-, 1 615:35 W f Iv' .3 " ' X . 2 W' -. - " 'l X if s ,v'rz,zf,-. I , . 1 s ' IQ: .gs - -'if-H?" ' 4- .' rl . it .X ff ' t ,ji f ...ff I ' .. N ww? 1' V, 'W , 'xc dr' X M .f X A. ., N3 .1 ' ' A sri. . Cf-7' .,, - . 'wt ' ma sigg x. flgw-' f it .gr is -2- 'sr-tai' .. 'E ' ' ' '21'f'tf4-N3'i 325- X- ' itffi-.::..1-i -is I 'it .. f if 1 . . . x 9 Yrm-.AM V-e. .fi - . is .. tm 6 N , is. .A :ass X X , .X X . . . . ,,,, NM xml-vs.. .. . . W- -, N X-A -!':'- 'w YL.. . '. , - 5' ' 1 I ' F " fi. flW'3:':'s'e'1iS'!Py'.i ',f:,f'K"o.f E -, I N "T , .. X' .IXQ.Qm"'T14, ' FTW L15 . Niki tw..- .. at -' X , I-1 -.xpeksft e -f,ig?,srQ's- -.-eff rfsm z, 3: TN.,-f i xt - 2..fwstn -sff-sos JMX .X if.-e ef . :wr X '..-vqsiii-sr sting My Mr. William Medvick, Dean. 'L - . " . ..L'JP Miss Fluth Vermillion, Counselor. Mr. Merwin Staines. Counselor. 4:-'QQ fii Dr. Robert Crary, Counselor. Mrs. Fluth Smith, Counselor. D E A N S A N D COUNSELORS Reigning supreme over the effective functionings of a high school stands an omnipresent being known as a counselor. Directives received from his hierarchy tend to evoke various student re- actions. However regarded, the administrative corridor seems removed from the masses, and it becomes difficult to personally identify with its inhabitants, who are sometimes only represented through an IBM card. Nonetheless, a computer cannot run by itself, schedules cannot be formed from fantasies and reprimands do not come from the nethersg the deans and counselors stand as the guiding force behind the intricate systems of Euclid. 93 , ,Num . . An., .J ,fix yAw, xi DIVISION S-Z Ax a -: i wi Frank Aultz Norma Cowan William Brown Dennis Cox Judith Carmody Lillian Drescher EN GLIS H Misplaced modifiers, voluminous nov- els and Shakespeare provide chal- lenge and mystery for every student of English. Grammar and literature rank as the major components of this sub- ject. Augmenting these "traditionals," are journalism and speech, both re- quiring special talents and develop- ing useful skillsg ability in these areas grows more evident only with prac- tice. Grammar rules faithfully learned, modifiers correctly placed and quota- tions patiently memorized, a solution to the mystery is slowly formed. X, Emelie Gale James Gallagher Paul Ganim Barbara Garwood fi' 'I 'f V 11.171, V , ,,, 4 In 1 1 1 4 A r wk! 1 3 ,J Ex 'C.,,:-- ,5,.,,...,. ,- gp. ,,,r,j? X N r ,rw ij ,,,,, ,.,,,,.: -'ea -fa f 5 J PN, X -,.: I Sip X 1 -, i , ,E -4, FM if gat- ---- "'t ,t ik? ' Ty f ' it - tidy l . m 'V ivvi Joan Duprey Kathleen Fogarty George Frandsen Marilyn Fuerst , ,,,,., gr, V J E '- i 45 E l! 1 , 2 ' Sue Harris Gerald Henderson Henry Huffman Jack Jenkins A-W", fm f vo' f x f w , W yu L l ,ff ff.: .3 Y air ' J- ' 'P J M' IF 35-11 , :.,1 Z ,. ff! 7.91 . , gg ,P .W .1 f -Q. xi 5 ' v - ,f '24, I ' " Qu 'fi , A ' w xg? , .NE -..A f Jane Lellis Kenneth Lowe Janet Narten Myra Oliver fi" ... as ee , E 'bf-. fZf"' l,X lx WY " Hamlet: a baby porkchop Nix - "And then Charlie Brown says . . '11 Reading lab focuses on phonetic finesse. Mrs. Duprey characterizes dynamic teaching techniques. ' I it I "i- i P 'SZ' f .. ,s-as-Q Y' . if .fm N nl -,.15,,,,r .v v,,5:3,:., . 'g,s7fi'gJsI - ,f?i'fi'M , ,ff sa- F ' A. - 'Z ,J in ij I - I 4 ea' Q Lil A S ta' V 7 . , , it '29, igfn f ' ,iff If mg" ' V :At L ' Y ff Nas- , ,Q ' flew Eh -.ki e , . J ,Q 4, -f A QL aa D 'X Q -X ,.-' ,,f l it ss Q- -, ft- 13 1. rv- fm I C "r H 14?-N, li -S - ., A W - five Frank Pringle Barbara Schneider Larry Smith Leonard Ftobuck Ellen Service Michele Spott Marsha Routzahn Granville Smith Janet Szepessy 95 XA Ronald Backos Fluth Barrell Nancy Clark Olin Bailey James Calvert Dale Davison V' fx -ff' .5 l X sv all ul - -Q..-r 5 Bob Wicks contemplates a weighty problem. 3312 3 A J' A ,kv Q in "." V N xl. 4 1 , QV 96 "And now the acid test." "We've chosen this point arbitrarily." ,chin ll! , 3, t. l1iiwi!.f!.i L." Q I 'xjiill a-,- mi ill iii-if SCIENCE New discoveries keep scientific thought fluid, leaving room for speculation and experimenta- tion by scientific method. Science establishes a base of learning limited only by the individual student. Thus, learning expands itself past the interests of the particular subject and develops procedures of study applicable to other fields of education as well. Proven theories, rediscovered by the student, add a satisfaction to learning by doing. Science develops in a student the desire to know the why of a problem and provides the Judge not lest ye be judged. "18 to the right . . . 34 lo the left . . vi 'WN'-nu., 1 .,,,-- t . N-r . y food that fills his curious mind. Daniel Francetic Sheldon Freedman William Gall Wendell Hayes EH Ro' K Ni 'J X l W xx X QR X Yllyf Al Judge Marilyn Lucas Richard Rackovan Joseph Rodriguez -sn i mi . if . .? 5 ww- . o--- .X William Starr Donald Steinbrink Robert Stojetz Dorothy Tombaugh fn, D F sf .- -' ,- av 'Y -, ix is . ' :fe fs it it .ss Q, STS? ,vs iii M25 ' i S ' .. .ti 'tx l 152,111.1 ' wr 'ff' N i f. A l Diehl government policy. V3.3 X! F Q ' 'Q wha bm t ku, 'inf--Y A Nr, .,- l5i'?'km"L al l Qggg I Qxf,fP Q '?'r"" 5 l , ,ff Clyde ,- -W?" 'v Manspeaker David Nichting William McCarter Michael Raicevich Whistle while you work. pls. . 5 WWW HW!! ' veg? ,,-- Mix Q..-,M -S 3 Janice Amato William DeMora Donald Glaser Joseph Barry Nathaniel Dickinson Ronald Harding Roger Brown Forrest Diehl Frank Hoffert YL- j ,A. ff' .-N if - g 1.4, "lf I eat this one, I won't have any fingers left." "Notice the hairy legs on the baby tarantulaf' Z A fi . F 2 4 "" ff 1- .19 , v,-- ,.-,,. , ,,t.,-M..N..,..,,..,? y Nts I w Q. -some V'kl SOCIAL STUDIES To the uninterested student, history remains a tangled mass of unimaginable events and people. Newspaper and magazine assignments provoke awareness of present events, while films, maps and textbooks present a realistic picture of the past. A wide variety of courses and extra-curricu- lar clubs involve social studies and offer the op- portunity of specialization in preferred areas of study. Though to some, characters and happen- ings of the past will always remain unknown and inconceivable, a greater conception of the here and now will evolve from the mandatory two year American Studies course. SR HKIJH S-riiniiis X ,, 4 . U 7 , S X .I , -I ' lx l 3 I b "Who's going to bring in the meatballs?" Wayne Smith James Stuckey Leonard Weisenberg . , ffm Q. fx nr., ,X r 'Q , kv H, A. .5 - Cecilia Stillman G MATHEMATICS ' ti Contrast describes the world of math- ematics. lt explores both abstract and fixed ideas and combines the two to provide a basis for all mathematics. Beginning in algebra, a student learns fundamental identities and theorems. Armed with this knowledge, he ad- vances into the realm of geometry. After conquering the methods of proof, a more advanced student may go on to mathematical analysis, com- puter math or calculus. These cours- es, designed to challenge the student, require comprehension and applica- tion of all earlier work. In meeting this challenge, the individual achieves understanding. M.,-.-sax-d by "ln unison now, the Pythagorean theorem "Time out for a quick game of bookcover, bookcover." Whos been GRAP"'f'f'9 3 3' X tt , . ,- ' - s..-.ss .. . - va A Q 1-1 ' ' l aws: :, -' A 'W was .df 'ix Am 'ii I. .X Q my sansevieria? A r 1 2 4 I ,ek 4 Which . W , 'i. ,Hx I' X "3 lv E GY 'Us iq gk- 1 a , n . , Q u 1 'gf 2 0 Z I A I lf' 5 Vi' ' S2 ri, M e 4 Ja 22-, 22,3 , . -1, if s Nana-f . MQ. if-if one of you put the pencil marks in my book?" ,mx F 'Cf X Judina Brunner N Margie Gorslene xf . ' - rf X J Carl Clements Judith Povse r ,JAN .... ..5. can 0 Q 1 N xx W, Q D Judith Curran Charles Fleno .WKQQQQQI ' -3-"""' , C 4" , 91" 1 W ' CT 5: .3 ' Q f, Y Q gh .f R, 5 Q X, . Cormac Gorman Donald Rinkes 8,4-1 1 Y. Richard Rose Dale Thompson Frederick Sallach Jacqueline Toth Q44 ' S ,, ... A Q Q , we I f , . . I, Q ' ri "" M Q ,Q Q:.Q , ,, . Q url. m1q.a-uuslnltlwlu-w---- .. . , , eg QQ QQA QQ , wtgvff 5 . ,QQQ Q . ,. . . X .1 - P X S-' X ' ,. '. W " -'--' J ' ' " ' l . . .. . .... . ...QU .1,.-29:-,f--M .sWe'1'V1 fe? . 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Miss Atleson establishes a line of communication with her students. f' W ,f""'N 15 'Z ls, ' x is or , . , 1 Judith Simonich Anthony Vaccariello Margaret Zimmerman "How do you drive one of these things?" al-W FOREIGN LANGUAGE When the French, Spanish or German student comes to class, he is expected to have prepared himself for discus- sion, brow-beating, questioning and rigorous drill. Language classes de- mand attention and participation. Lit- erature, songs and films extend lan- guage to a study of culture. The seri- ous student often understands more than he expects: speaking almost flu- gqgl- ently, he writes with improved sen- q,,' 'E' ' tence structure. Language pupils and V teachers share something of their A ' 'i't' G world with the ethnic student body P , through foreign exchange students, foreign films and the atmosphere cre- ti X I ated within the four sacred walls of G . i-2' 1 t it the language lab. "lf only I could read German." And tomorrow we'lI find out what this means." 1 may IN el f unsung - 1 . Nm- . ew., PN 103 lx Alvin Amster Ursula Cipollo Clayton George qi' '-.19-1 Roman hands and Russian fingers BUSINESS Variety and specialization, in the form of office machines, shorthand, bookkeeping and typing, are the words which best describe Euclid's Busi- ness Department. While attempting to master the hieroglyphics of shorthand or the mystery of blank typewriter keys, the student strives to im- prove in speed and efficiency. To the veteran student of the Business Department, already adept at various office procedures, the oppor- tunity to exercise practical skills through Coop- erative or Distributive Education programs is available. JSA. "lt's hard to play jacks without a ball." -19 ii' 9 R Ellen Klein David McKelvey Sam Muchesko Marc Manburg Edmund Mize Carol Pusateri 4 lf, ,Q 1 ' I 5 ' x -mmf" ' PN A .4-C-X1 -- ro Y 6:21 Typing ,-K' Q . 5 -gn.:-:wzsg gs 5 xi X S K .5 X X. ig 5 Ben Sawyer Ralph Sibert David Sterlekar C."'.'5 Iv "' . af 'M AA 1- I an mquisitive glance. 5 xt' ,gm :We ,, - 1 Q ' R s. H fd A . 'ff' f f ' Wu-,lf-X191 1 ' K M., 4 g' I R X is A 'ia-an J 4- ..,x A Q x 48? 0 K' ' 'K X "" K H .ghd Q ES 105 "Dear Fred: Here I am in art class . Nxt Ay . 'film :-- , 1 ,m1f:,:,,.,,.-V 5, ,.,.:,1f4-QQ., 2 . ,, N523 .. Af L 2 t 2 M , 'I X X . , Antoinette Araca Joan Hausrath Gertrude Hoeger ART An artist, expressing hidden desires or frequently experienced emotions, creates a world of which he is master. The virtuoso in every person, at one time or another, rebels against uniformity and seeks its own outlet. To function as an advisor and director of this potential, rather than one who dominates the scene, remains the goal of the instructor. The students who have chosen to experiment in various media soon discover the challenge of originality. However, in the field of art, as in all others, the evolution of the artist produces only the successful results to a curious public. J' qs, Dale Harper Sam Taylor MUSIC Vaguely resembling a song, the preliminary sight-reading precedes weeks of practice which terminate in a successful performance. The Music Department trains students to smooth- ly function not only as individuals, but also as an effective group. Besides performing in concert, the music ma- jor may study the theory and history of music, or the mystery of chords, aiming at increased understanding and appreciation. ? umm..-Q5 ja-1. --an-:QQ Q-nun-n--.. HOME ARTS Efficiency in home management de- cides the difference between the well- prepared and the unprepared home- maker. Home Arts classes at Euclid range from cooking and clothing, which offer active experience, to the mysteries of successful budgeting and the discussion of important internal problems involved in family living. The Home Arts Department explores the diverse facets of homemaking. How's it going? Sew, sew. W? Q i P QW A .ii X , f I I "Who me? Oh, .rw 'WE Ft X325-1 N xx W XX, Judith Blechschmid Anthony Ferritto Ronald Chambers Kathryn Frye Clarence Eckert Al Galicki 108 ,a-v"4" iv' Wfgaw, f, ' Q. . I'm just leafing through whatchaMcCALLit." ,x, 75, lf? was if ' 'W' P t QNXAN X " SL . it k . trust .M ' N X E :FUN i F 5' if W . viii S: Tom Hoffart Lyle Houghtling Cheryl Hocevar Richard Hungerford John Germock William Hartland ,ff- And this, class, is a blueprint." I think it's got a fever." "4-'7 '!.L"'," , INDUSTRIAL ARTS Euclid provides complete and specialized in- dustrial arts courses for both boys and girls who enjoy manual activity. Theory, math and science lay the groundwork for most of the class projects. Safety and accuracy are both necessary for the operation of an oscilloscope, lathe or printing press. Some girls are attracted to one of the sev- eral drafting courses. New this year is the power mechanics course, which deals with everything from windmill to atomic power. The industrial education program leaves the student compe- tently prepared to advance to a technical career of importance. a- :V "'r I gg.. '21 K Ar ft' :I 4 'gjgfff .I ,ft ' Avfzgj . by I 1. Milton Kadlec Herbert Nold John Supance Elaine Lokar Vinita O'Donnell Marion Thomas Embert Martin Allan Poklar Fred Vollman Patricia Buck Harold Daugherty Howard Reminick Arlene Carter Don Mohr Victor Flesch PHYSICAL EDUCATION Forty minutes of release from aca- demic tension constitutes the appeal of gym class to manyg only variety makes it bearable to those less zeal- ous athletes. Closely related movies and primary discussions form the body of the health course. Rescue Annie performs as both a source of entertainment and as a valuable teaching device in first aid classes. The avid aficionado fulfills the desire of competition through Intramurals and coed sports after school. aww., 'za-U. is Ee 1 9 1,5273 'Zlf'a3ffl. Navi "lsn't this the boys' gym?" Z, EIKW IIIGII SCli00l 'nnrurn FMIIATIIIH CAR I " f Driver training offers the finest facilities for learning. Adjusted Curriculum offers a variety of training skills. 111 iiri DRIVING Driver training has changed from an elective to mandatory course for those desiring a driver's license in Ohio. I Discussion of safety procedures, mo- tor vehicle laws, car maintenance and most important practice sessions on the road, give the student knowledge of the cost and responsibility con- nected with operating a car. Complet- ing the course marks only the begin- ning, for the student reaches his ulti- mate goal only upon obtaining his license. ADJUSTED CURRICULUM Adjusted Curriculumlprovides an individual pro- gram for each student. It allows scholastic achievement adjusted to his particular needs. Learning basics and fundamentals, the Adjusted Curriculum student receives an education that stimulates his imagination and enables him to successfully meet problems and adapt to the complex social system surrounding him. . Q..-.- 'sri ,X 1 .x-',Et,:- Frank Fowler Charles Lewis , ' A, , , ,. 0 , Miz" N QM, , ,V , J", W V Kwai ---... ..,, ' .,:',,r ' Cb Maintenance Heads: Mr. George Brewster, Mary Berus. Nurses: Mrs, Yolanda Kozlowski, Mrs. Helen Wise Secretaries Bottom Row fL Io Rl: Donna Pintar, Jane Boyer, Flose Sbrocco, June Edwardsen, Laura Grifliih, Arlene Koerny, Anna Herrick. Row 2: Polly Mcl-Tedmond, Lucille Terlep, Rosemarie Tonn, Mr. Coalsworth, Treasurer. Dorothy Stross, Margaret Maaswinkel, Marie O'NelIl. ff Na 1... Q 'UW N-wh' is NX 112 Caleteria Staff Bottom How fL to RI: Josephine Geist, Pauline Turk, Mae Kolesar, Elizabeth Zimmerman, Mary Markovich, Violet Janitz, Jean Skolaris, Row 2z Jo Hansbrough, Katherine Bauer, Jeanette Youngberg, Mary Brule, Helen Chudzik, Millie Somrak, Clara Kuzmic, Katherine Wersing. " 5 6. ' T' ,AR Librarians Bottom Row KL lo RJ: Mrs. Shearer, Mrs. Kadlec, Mrs. Waselkov, Mrs. Heglaw. How 2: Mrs. Mueller, Mrs Foster Mrs. Hazel, Miss Polatsek. cs, 9729- NON-TEACHING STAFF Organization and cooperation arise from necessity in a school the size of Euclid. Fiunning the school requires help from a variety of sources. An ab- sence of dirt and paper in the halls and classrooms results from contin- uous work of the maintenance staff. Order constitutes the goal of the libra- rians and secretaries, while nurses and cafeteria staff work to keep their respective areas efficient and hygenic. Students often disregard the import- ance of the non-teaching staff, yet they remain a vital part of Euclid. G ...4-Fr . fmt- 'WLL -:- ,:4.x-,---,...,.... lg:-1, SPORTS in r' I w 1 s . Jr . V 'G 034.9 'El Kinetic energy, pulled muscles and cast legs signify athletic prowess to the motionless onlooker. The athlete standing, walking or running personifies Euclid spirit. Beneath dangling nets or sitting in classroom desks, 7 . lx -, .Y usb' Q-att ,' -M r y I .- - .:, ,J ' 'if -as ' " 'A I i l lfir--,. 'QS- iff! FQ , 'Z N' f,icf"f . Ag, I .K 6",I"'--F 'W - ,J wuwlmm' they practice both physical and scholastic adeptness. Sportsmen achieve a coordinated synthesis of mind and body movement, and dynamic reaction. 117 FOOTBALL What price glory? To clamoring crowds, it is forty-eight minutes of successes and failures with the net result either appreciated or rejected, it is absolute value, where almost doesn't count. To a player on the field it is measured in yards gained, penalties suffered and battles fought. In the stands little consideration may ever be given to the taste of mud and blood mixed with the salt of sweat. Victories become irrelevant in the presence of a completed pass or a stilled top scorer of the opposition. Euclid's triumph, based not on statistics, but perseverance and consist- ant effort, rested on a high and not easily attained plane. "Tag, you're itl" r ,, J f l.-, 'N X 1 ,5 rf . ,,""ffH., 3' 1 a , ,. , , 5 , - u f f' ' ff if My 1 -..l,ff' 1 i2:5:':", , -f. ,. - -' 'sa-.-rm-' . - wr' .,",-" - Y k , . - ,iw 6.1, . by be I A Li I .. ,Z "1 J. -1 1 -- - yt.. ,B 4- - -14 Q Behind every great football player . . . Varsity Football Bottom Row IL to FU: Frank Lemma, Dennis Bosco, Butch Denney, Tri-Captain: Brent Hamilton, Tri-Captain: Mark Lombardi, John Deming, Rick Lyttle, Johnny Bell, Flick Brown, Craig Sharon. Flow 2: Rick Hoinski, Fred Arnold, Fred Grupe, George Gast, Mike Mitch, Bob Peternel, Cliff Drobnick, Don Emmen, Bob Q3 21 IEE l'Whoa, l've played this game before!" Niemczura, Doug Cable. Row 3: Frank Andrulis, Steve Jezerinac, Doug Alecci, Vic Valli, Jim Petardi, Ernie Gallo, Henry James, Joe Serksnis, John Tolar. Raw 4: Dennis Adams, Dennis Palko, Rich Eder, Dave Nun- gesser, Tom Rich, Bill Swaidner, Rich Schwabauer, Ed Flitz, John , , Lonchar. Nor Pictured: Jim Orazen, Tri-Captain. Action on the line VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Euclid Opponents 7 ...... St. Joseph ........... .40 14 .... .... C ollinwood ............ 18 6 ... .... Garfield Heights ... . . .18 0... ...ValleyForge... ...8 0 Lakewood .. ...24 13 .... ........ P arma ....... .. .16 12 .... ... Cleveland Heights .. . . .28 6 . . . ...... Shaw ...... . . .14 22 .... .. Shaker Heights ... ... 0 0 ...... Brush ....... ...21 Wins 1 Losses 9 119 HOMECOMING Cold weather at the bonfire turned to rain and hail on the night of the football game. Disappoint- ment from defeat at the hands of Shaw, made drenched fans forget soggy floats and focus on the Homecoming dance. Trying to Remember was not hard amid a Gay Nineties' atmosphere of flower arches, small hanging canopies and finally climaxing in the ballroom with dancing couples rotating around a giant balloon. Attempting to recall the past brought lasting memories of the 1967 Homecoming. .-51,335 Hot-footin' it for the Panthers ,M-QW t 1--fi. X QNX , s tt-sqm QR' VM. . X is as . With the wind and the rain in her hair . . . 120 ' X Wet and wild "Napkins, too?" ,, ,li- Homecoming brought bows and more beaus Marilyn Eikenburg, Second Attendant Blanche Pierce, First Attendant P Karen Matoh, Junior Attendant Sue Drobnick, Sophomore Attendant 122 fd x V X m x- - y ., EN 4 pw, ,Q -. 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Row 2: Vince Borgione, Mike McFadden, Bob Centa, Keith Brady, Mark Rotar, Jim Ellison, Don Seddon, Dean Pasquale, Carl Jonke, Row 3: Robert Warner, Jim Caldrone, Jerry Coleman, Dave Brown, Mike Pcdnar, Dale Davis, Robin Zonneville, Frank Kerze, Carmen Cali, Norm McLeod. Row 4: Ed Costello, lan Glass, John Lonchar, Fred Zele, Rich Potts, Rick Markuz, Roger Perry, Frank Houser, Randy Wohlgemuth. Row 5: Mr. Stoletz, Head Coach: Terry Beckwith, George Henson, Bob Cigoy, Bill Francis, Dave Schervish, Bill McGreehan, Jerry Kurowski, Bill Ostrander, Mr. Sterlekar, Assistant Coach. 124 i Darn those low-flying jets." ' , iq lt's my turn to ride." JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Euclid Opponents 2 .... .... S t. Joseph ............ 40 24 .... ..... C ollinwood ............. 12 8 ... .... Garfield Heights ... .... 8 30 .... ... Valley Forge .. . . . .38 6... Lakewood ....6 6 ...... Parma ....... ....36 0... ...ClevelandHeights.... ....6 0... ...... Shaw ....... ....30 0 .. ShakerHeights ....22 0... ...... Brush ....... ....6 Wins 1 Losses 7 Ties 2 Two panthers and a bunny -' . . 6,7 at-.A Alec sewer-rounds the ball. Tennis in doubles time. t. TENNIS SCORES Euclid Opponents 5 ..... . . Valley Forge ........... O 5 .. .. Lakewood .. .. O 4 .. ...... Parma ....... .. 1 3 .. ... Cleveland Heights ... .. 2 5 .. ...... Shaw ....... .. O 5 .. .. Shaker Heights ... .. O 5 .. .......... Brush ......... .. 0 Wins 7 Losses 0 Winner of L.E.L. Championship First Place in L.E.L. Tournament Junior Varsity Tennis Bottom Row IL Io Ri: Gary Gallagher, Jeff Peternel, Scott Amos, Jim Hinde. Row 2: Flick Cotton, Bill Huffman, Mr. Rodriguez, Coach: Terry Karda, Flon Tuckerman. l ' l Y 'AX iw.. :J 126 M l N , . l . 355314 aw' ' .4 I t l 4 ns I I l I I x v-A xf w xu '55 1 ,L Y I x I , J. .M J Y zx, fmt ,f fl HW 4, ,Mfg 1 4 'J i Tennls Bottom Row fL Io RJ: Alec Wightman, Bob Callow, Blll Swisher, Jeff Burns, Roger Munson. Row 2: Rob Modic Joe Beluschak, Herb Nold, Coach: Don Maxa, Jlm Stiscak. Panther netters mesh their way to victory. TENNIS Excellence once again best describes EucIid's tennis team. Champions of the LEL for the second consecutive year, the netters rested not on their Iaurels, but rather on consistent ef- fort. This faIl's tennis squad appeared as distinctive as the sport's unique scoring procedure. Cross Country Bottom Row IL to Rl: Bob Taylor, Assistant Coach: Wes Collins, Jett Ftieder, Dennis Mateyka, Terry Rieder, Co-Captain: Mike Applequist, Bob Smith, Co-Captain: Leo Zupancic, Doug Knaus, Jim Bock, Bill Hodges, Ted Theodore, Head Coach. Row 2: Dave Harper, Tom Cathcart, Curt Hanson, Dave Klopovic, Leroy Williams, Bill Korthals, John Blassingame, Gary Newman, Tom Wendortt, Rich Pereksta, Scott Lucci. Row 3: Tom Cooper, Larry Bock, John Weber, Jim Tolar, Ken McCreight, John Price, Dave Bryant, Bill Schmidt, John Oyster. Row 4: Frank Cherney, Jett Fagan, Chuck Ohl, Dale Kalamasz. Bob Podobnikar, Scott Kottel, Bob Lemmo, Jay Kitsos, Steve Pred, Dale Kardos. Cindermen grind it out. CROSS COUNTRY SCORES ,N Euclid Opponents 20 .... . . Valley Forge . . ....... 38 33 .... . . Lakewood . . .... 23 3 ' 50 .... ...... P arma ....... .... 1 5 42 .... ... Cleveland Heights ... ,...18 20 .... ...... S haw ..... .... 4 3 38... .. Shaker Heights ...17 28... .. ...... Brush ...... . ...31 Wins 3 Losses 4 Sixteenth in St. Joseph Relays Nineteenth in Ashland Relays Seventh in District Meet Sixth in L.E.L. Meet CROSS COUNTRY At the close of school, every hall throughout the building becomes a hazard to the unwary student. Mem- bers of Euclid's cross country team vigorously practice for the weekly two mile outdoor run. Despite numerous injuries and illnesses among some members, the team managed to com- pile a fair record. 1' 128 E Team co-captains John Soccer Bottom Row IL to Rl: Row 2: Jeane Horvat, Frank Row 4: Jim Mocilnikar, Bob Steve Phelan, Dale Hoynacke, W N .Q- wk Q- rm -ex M Ferlito and Frank Mocilnikar step forward. SOCCER Kicking its way through more prominent fall sports, the soccer team battled to attain a prom- inent position. Although a newly introduced sport at Euclid, last year's skills were improved and new ones acquired. High quality and fast-moving entertainment, soccer, with its successful season, received the recognition and produced the vic- tories that may, in the near future, elevate the team to its deserved varsity status. ,wr , , ... ...ws--is .iff-Q , t 2 .wr A- 'N boy! 1 ga. QM' Al 'E-'QQSQ' ,iw ,J ,i sf ,A .. 4. " . . W .writ ,tes wt 'if 'Y' .9 N wwf.-. tw ' us, ' -, xmivtf ' R., 'lin 'Qfh'-T "YES , so M. cw VN: A n',ggM- vm, yy' 1 A., , ,H , A IN. K K 'cyst e R ,, WM, k -:fr ... - wi -, 1 is Q kg . 1-m..',,, rv W My ', f Z., i,. ,. . s .. . nr'-'vt 1 f f. -' ' . ,, . If ,N X Q MQ 'X ' 'R ' 34,8505 4 "M " NA .5 . R. s -- N.. X , N R .. . . .Q :FA 'ward t -ag ,ip . A, 4 f "' N .V ' ' X, 3' sr - - , SQ 1 . J RF ' .cal ..- .. -2555 1' ax: ,L , - tial. .....', AA . '-. Paul Ganim, Coach: Tom Koger, Jim Farizel, Frank Mocilnikar, John rerlito, Tom Ames, Dale Fanney, Bob Wicks. Yoder, Roger Cherne, Flick Cozart, Fred Skolaris, Fred Schwenke, Paul Marino, Dennis Bernardinelli, Patrick Chabal. Bohinc, Paul McCauley, Mike Salisbury, Jim Yane. Chuck Zuchelli, Dale Menart, Bill Jakubs, Tom Dolter. Row 5: Bob Kazan, George Karlan, Frank Kapler, Mike Parry, Roy Baumeister, Dusan Mlakar. ffl ES i Y , 9: but Fl. 61 in V 11 Euclid 6126. 74... 82... 76 5X6 39V3 . . . 51 V2 .... 25 .... 71V2 . , 751A . . 61 Va . . 6026 . . 70Va . . BOV3 . . 84V2 . . 72 .... INDOOR TRACK SCORES ....JohnHay.. .....Latin.... .. Glenville .. South ..... East Tech.. ... John Marshall . .....J.F.K.... Parma Valley Forge ..,...J.F.K. East Tech. Shaker Heights John Adams. Collinwood St. Joseph. Wins 13 Losses 2 Opponent . ...... 3OVa . ....... 18 . ........ 10 ...151!6 . . . ..... 5226 . . . ..... 49W .....67 ..... 19M ....163h ....302ka ....31Va ....212A ...115!6 .....82 ......2O was The patter of Lyttle feet. John Tucceri steps up to the bar Euclid reaches new heights Indoor Track Bottom Row IL to FU: Duane Doblar, Bruce Ftoark, Manager, Jim Petrovic, Terry Rieder, Leroy Williams, John Tucceri, Andy Altenweg, Paul Nielsen, Mike Applequist, Jack Prasek, Bob Smith, Rick Lyttle. Row 2: Bill Haggerdus, Tony Lapse, Jim Bock, Jell Rieder, Scott Lucci, Leo Zupancic, Rick Harris, Brad Goebel. Dave Engelking, Ken Chudzik. Row 3: Larry Bock, Fred Minis, Mark Kapec, Bob Elder, Bill Geri, Dan Ferris, Craig Hodakievic, Gary Smith, Jerry Hubacka, Don Emmert. Row 4: Jim Kane, Bob Berarducci, Dennis Riggs, Bruce Munson, Mike Mehling, Tony Volpe, Wes Collins, Scott Koliel, Flich Schwabauer, Art lacolano. Row 5: Frank Camloh, Terry Roehr, Rich Pereksta, Charlie Hoal, John Snow, John Tutolo, Bill Korthals, Jay Kitsos, Rick Klein. Row 6' Sam Syracuse, John Flieth, lrv Kays, John Blas- singame, Jeff Fagan, Ed Costello, Brian Ursich. Flow 7: Rich Kipp, Bob Podobnikar, Ken McCreight, Gary Newman, Dave Nungesser, Jack Craigs, Tom Wendorlf, Mike Lonchar, Ray Schultz. Lm"il'?Tnd his Tiny men' IN D 0 0 R T R A C K The domain of the indoor trackmen stands undefiled by any foeg they have never lost a home meet. Only a rise in temperature and the smell of "goop" invade the underground track along with the small band of loyal fans. Rigorous drill and endless workouts produced outstanding performances. CHEERLEADERS AND PANTHERS Promoting and extending school spirit, the Cheerleaders and Panthers function as catalysts to crowd enthusiasm. Cheerleaders performing patterns and jumps with the utmost precision are constantly accompanied by three black shadows materializing as Panthers. Their antics contrast the synchronization achieved by an excellent cheering squad. X ,pf 3 W E , li, f s',r it Pl Panthers Clockwrse ffrom loplr Sue Smeltz, Pat Steigauf, Trish Telich, Margo Lunder. r, in Peggy Zust 7 'MT A -l-'ur -N ., i l , ' ' Binh 4 i X- ,g,v.f-vu' I F lf" fin I ' 3 y , , 5 P A . Janet Kozak Blanche Pierce 1 32 WNNrm:bi .. ..-............-.. .art -- st 1 s ' X , mst -Q X x 1 X Q lt f ,I i t M? N ff-:gr . W ., Y its 'X11':t Laurle Gullck Sandy Brachlow Laurie Letney ' r 5 .53 X KN iw ,BU P "hal -J ilu- 1 f ,sy-.v ,f '- M Tx 9? 53.51, ig ig NE 3 t rl L 2 4 Q 1 sim Three cheers for three tournament titles. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Euclid Opponent 85 .... .... G arfield Heights .......... 75 61 ,... ...... S haw ...... ...... 5 5 24 .... ..... B rush .,... .... 2 3 75 .... ...Parma... ....61 77 .... ... Lakewood ... . . . .60 71 ...S Valley Forge ....52 81 ,i., .i.... S t. Joseph ...... .... 7 0 102. .. A... Akron Kenmore ,... . . , .53 111... .,,. Shaker Heights .. . . . .38 59 .... ... Cleveland Heights ... . . . .52 75 .... ..... S haw ..... .... 6 6 95 ,... Brush ....42 58 ..,. ..,Parma... ....61 83 .... . .. Lakewood ... . . . .50 51 .... ..... N ewark .... .... 5 5 61 .... Valley Forge ...,30 84 .... ... Shaker Heights ,... . . . .25 82 ....i.... Cleveland Heights ......... 68 TOURNAMENT SCORES 95 .,.. ...... C ollinwood ...... .... 4 9 64 .... ...St.Joseph ....62 79 ..,. ...... G eneva ...... .... 5 2 80 .... .. Cleveland East .. . . . .61 74 .... ..... H ubbard ..... .... 5 9 59 ..,. ... Canton McKinley ... . . . .51 40 .,.. .... C olumbus East .... .... 7 5 Wins 22 Losses 3 First Place in L.E.L. First Place in Sectionals First Place in District First Place in Regionals Semi-Finalist in State 134 I All-Ohio Al Vilcheck gets timely encouragement from "Doc.' Euclid nets another tournament championship at Kent UWT: 1' . Varsity Basketball Boltlom Row IL to Rl: Ron Ziemmer, Managerg Don Shisila. Al Russ, Ewald Heise, Rick Brown, Rod Sullivan. Tim Nei- dermeyer, Mr. Harold Doc Daugherty, Head Coach. Row 2: Mr. AI Judge, Assistant Coachg Brad Lyman, Managerg Dave Price, Jett Booms, Al Vilcheck, Don Nevar, Dave Lewis, Bob Edwardsen, Manager. Our Varsity Team will beat your team. Hey! Hey! Hey! K "We're number one!" echoed through the gym on game nights as the Pan- thers bounced through opponents to bring home the LEL, Sectional, Dis- trict and Regional titles. With team and spirit incorporated into one, the J.V.'s took the LEL, records were broken and Euclid became "red hot." i'State in '68" was a reality, but it was defeat which revealed the true win- excited, screaming, hysterical fans waited to welcome back their fan- tastic team, undeniably proving that ""' they couldn't beat us. 135 ning stuff Euclid was made of - lf l was this much taller, I could reach the ball." Thafs 3 f'0'V'0! And they all stood aghast at the sight in the Heights 136 IHQSU Klum .. ,.....+--vw"" Shlslla steps out. ' "Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound." , uw. E-E-Ewald! Boomer readies for rebounds. if ' 1 I' X.. .P Ax A xy. 4 WJWI - 4..- m ,.4 , 14' '75- -1 Y ' S ., . faq ,v wen r, . .- .Q , ' - fl-fr-1'-gp-:f'.-ye.. 5. . ' f- -Ks.--E . ,, , , - Q, '--- , Q ,' gl' Af' It ,,,,,, V W ,, . . .A . , ' P ' , 1-.:"fW'f'fi'1 Look, Honey, we made another touchdown!" "Have you heard the one about the traveling salesman?" 1968 Queen and her court Ji? 1: ,jst ,. if 138 '4 I WOF1 him OU the D3'fiVlQ Game!" "Maybe it would have been more fun with a date." . . and then they lived happily ever after. WINTER FESTIVAL The E-Room was transformed by the strange combination of icicles and cardboard animals into the magical land of a Glass Menagerie. The dreamy atmosphere captivated the couples who, themselves, turned from the fatigue of weeks of preparation to the paradoxical quiet and relaxation of a surrounding fantasy of animals and people. 25 ,f W? 7" 71' jf ff if avr f 1 f C ' ' 192- A - W W' 140 R Gloria DeMario, 1968 Winter Festival Queen Cathy Lutz, First Senior Attendant. Val 's ,av Pettit, Junior Attendant. .5539 f fha- , YV. yrzoa. i , A x V52 5, M, f 51 :iff 'i. :,bv2.E5i2.f9 Z? ,gn rmfzsef- , 2, . ' Yifiilfsffffa 1-,Mfr-. ft: .. ya E z 2: H' V .A , , ' .jg . 1 ' f E A Effyiff' 2 I V , F.: A4 . Y' V. , f ,. 1 Cathy Vincent, Second Senior Attendant. Joy Scheurman, Sophomore Attendant. 141 I I 1 2 ,inf , l Mum ,+A J, , Arfz'-r 7' ,-AFV! If :,..'j'lk'7ff .V' ,2TfT1I A- ' 8 . . me , . bf, .,,J,,, rg ' ' J ash? ,,,,,,,4f,f , ,, ,V A., " 1 , ,lm r ff '22 Q2 E' . I v9:,EJ A::':,,:., :- Y' .. ga 20 QRQPI - - ,-,ga , i2g,FQ?'LLjp '- f X f .Xl X X s , in , -i fl, il k ,.k. L X -Q Look-out! lt's loaded! Laughlin launches thejayvee attack. Junior Varsity Baskeiball Boltom Row fL to Rl: Frank Doblekar, Managerg Jim Caldrone, Flick Francis. John Clapacs, Don While, Wayne Pinkstall, Bob Luzar. Row 2: Mr. Joe Barry, Coachg Jim Gregorio, Fred Nevar, Dan Zawack, John Lonchar, Mike Laughlin, John Price. J f if A l ik R, s . 91+ s 1 . Euclid hits right on lhe nose. Do the Hokey-Pokey Jursuolz VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Euclid Opponent 65 .... .. Garfield ... ..... . . .34 70 .... Shaw ......34 64 .... ...Brush .....29 64 .... ..... P arma .... ..... 3 5 62 .... . , . Lakewood . . . . . . .30 49 .... Valley Forge .....48 45 .... .... S t. Joseph .... ..... 3 6 65 .... .. Akron Kenmore .... ..... 3 5 69 .... ,. Shaker Heights .... ..... 5 2 60 .... ... Cleveland Heights ... . . . . .39 56 .... ...... S haw ...... ..... 6 0 61 .... Brush .....42 69 .... ..... P arma .... ..... 4 0 55 .... ... Lakewood .. . . . . .41 28 .... ..,.. N ewark ..... ...,. 5 7 53 .... Valley Forge .....44 70 .... ...... S haker ...... ..... 4 0 73 .... ... Cleveland Heights ... . . . . .51 Wins 16 Losses 2 VARSITY SWIMMING SCORES Euclid Opponent 45 50 ..... , . Brush . , ...... . . . 40... .. Shaw .. .......55 37... .... Berea ..... ....58 38... .... Lakewood ... . . . .57 31... ....... Shaker ....... ....64 38... .... Cleveland Heights .... . . . .57 42... ....... Shaw ....... ....53 64... ..... Gilmour .... ....31 57... ....... Brush ......... ....38 34... .... University School .... . . . .61 34 ............ Lakewood ............ 60 31 ..... Western Reserve Academy ..... 63 65 ............. Nlidpark ....,........ 30 46. .. ......... Shaker ......... . . . .49 29... .... Cleveland Heights .... . . . .66 31... ...... Fairview ...... . . . .62 Wins 4 Losses 12 Tenth in District Meets Bryan Dugan bends for victory. .xt i .. , .- -s5:,,.1Ad4E-ffwi Jeff Burns cools it. "l've got time for you." 6 .QQ 144 J' .. def WB ff Q. yn ka" ' e Hz. :, ' i 'M 1 L, I A l , Av r S 0 v I ,kg X X 4 ' .,, l rl S x , - f. f ' ' ,gt ' ,f s to l ii so - ' ' si '- - " -S .,-, , " A -L-' A ' fi, L- sw,:PJE?,-Q' ' ' Varsity Swim Team Bottom Row fL to RJ: Brian Dugan, Craig Zola, Randy Cebul, Jeff Burns, Brent Hamilton, Geoll Carter, Row 2' Jim Ayers, Mr Fiesch Coach George Prokopovich, Tom Brunson, Rich Potts, Jim Kershaw. Row 3' Dave Grieshammer, Doug Keller, Dale Kalamasz, Joe Morabito, it H r hir,-aa. , , ,,.,. f - r 1 We i ' Q.: s ' at ,A .fs ' -if at fff1"' 5.4 ' k ,: ,g 2. .zi th.-blitz:-J w Bmw . i t .gg -Q, RLT- .,!' ',f X New 145 SWIMMING ln swimming, the individual racer becomes his own opponent. If a swimmer yields to his advers- ary, but beats his own best time, he triumphs. With a flawlessly executed take-off, turn and stroke, each member of the varsity swim team continually meets a challenge, and consistently overcomes it. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES Euclid Opponents 26 ...... .... G arfield ............. 11 32 .... . . Eastlake North .......... 11 47 .... .... L akewood . . . . . . . 0 18 .... Valley Forge ....17 26 .... ..... B edford .... .... 1 9 36 ,... .....,.. S haker ........ .... 3 32 .... ... Cleveland Heights ... . . . .10 40 .... ..... S haw ...... . . . 3 21 .... Brush ....20 39 .... ...Huron... ...5 14 .... ...r.. P arma ...... .... 2 6 37 ........... Saint Joseph ........... 5 Wins10 Losses1 Tied For First Place in L. E. L. J Varsily Wrestling B II rn Row fL to RJ: Rich K Fi k S D V y George Gast Bll Breznay. Mk I R 2St S Panther Parents dd I GI D -' 'Sem mx., ...., ..,. ,. - , ....-.- 'F 'E Junlor LBDSE. Essex, Cable, Varsity Swim Team Bottom Row IL to Rl: Bob Cater, Roy Baumeister, Richard Colten, John Dombrowski, Flay lvancic, Mike Dougherty, Jim Row 2: Mr. Rodriguez, Coach: Chris Biddle, Mark Dalic, Flon Barbish, Steve Smith, Ken Kase, Vaughn Brothers, Ed Bishop. Row 3: Fred Bob Verner, Dave Templeton, Paul Vincent, Keith Barrett, Bob Wilson, Fred Koeth, Dale Hoynacke. Row 4: Bob Olds, Jim Kalamasz, Doug Dave Murphy, Robin Zonneville, Greg Lawrence, Frank Hutchinson, John Churney. . and an X in the middle. Tic-Tac-Toel" JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING SCORES Euclid Opponent 58 ..... . Shaw . ......... 33 39.. Berea ...55 41 . . . . . Lakewood . . . . .53 20 .... ........ S haker ...... . . .74 42 .... . . Cleveland Heights .. . . .53 54 .... ....... S haw ..... . . .34 22 ............ Lakewood ........ . . .73 38 ..... Western Reserve Academy ..... 57 26 .... ........ S haker ......... . . .68 22 .... ... Cleveland Heights ... . . .71 ' ' 77 18 .... .... F airview .... . . . Wins 2 Losses 9 I f 4-I 'ISM' nrnrr V v " 13' lzx ' l h N' lc Ca retta John Fatica Flow 2' Tom Calhcart Paul Varsily Wrestling Bottom Row KL to RJ' Steve Piscopo, Dennis Mateyka, John Meros, Bill Yozipovic , ic p , , . Marino, Dennis Deviney, Doug Knaus, Rich Krane. Row 3: George Gast, John Tolar, Don Ballentine, Jim Tolar, Bill Breznay, Don Seddon, VARSITY WRESTLING SCCRES Euclid Opponent 20 .... ..... G arfield ..,.. ....... 1 9 11. . .. Eastlake North .. . . .23 34 .... . . Lakewood . . . . 9 13 .... .. Valley Forge .. . . .25 9 .... . .. Bedford .. . . .26 24 .... ,...,. S haker ...... . . .11 25 .... ... Cleveland Heights .. ...11 26 .... ...,. S haw ...... . . .16 15 .... .. Brush ., ...20 24 .... .. Huron .. ...14 15 .... ..... P arma .... . . .22 30 .... .. Saint Joseph ... ... 9 Wins 7 Losses 5 Wrestling Coaches KL to Rl: Mr. Roger Brown, Mr. Dave Sterlekar, Mr. Clarence Eckert , X MN, n. , , W N 1 ' ' Q W' i., V Q 4. 'ff' 'i ' 'U ' "-ze N., - X' -gl W .L , . . - r. W, SS., ga , 4 f 6 W 6 ,,i"'i"' use n T Zl, 1 X 148 A 6 e WRESTLING To reach a certain weight, the wrest- ler spends his week either in Spartan denial of food, or in an envied gorg- ing, supplemented by numerous ba- nanas. Gruelling practices mold men of mobility, agility and hostility. With the right combination of all three, the junior varsity team tied for first place in the LEL, while the mighty varsity boasted a state champion. Right foot out and you re in fifth position Steve Prscopo State Champion. 'x 2 t ,X X '-- -'M ----f- v -- -"-f--', - . .... .,c.,,..M ....,. ..., ,. .,, . ,NAB gem- f 0 A GIRLS' SPORTS Girls' Sports boast teams in field hockey, volleyball, basketball and track. The competition with other schools tests individual ability and team coordination. Girls' Sports do not enjoy the popularity of the boys', but they own an equal record of success. S . l , "7 r . 3 Q I t Varslty Girls' Volleyball Bottom Flow lL to FU: Mary Margaret Tucci, Kathy Gamber, Cheryl Laser. Row 2: Debbie Erdman, Kathy Laurich, Mary Ellen Balec. Varsity Girls' Basketball Bottom Row lL to Rl: Karen Holodniak, Kathy Laurich, Barb Romoser, Sue Smeltz. Row 2: S Balec, Kathy Somrak, Monica Naworskr, Nancy Stanley, Dee Frak, Debbie Erdman, Donna Sweet. haron Masek. Mary Ellen Junior Varslly Glrls' Volleyball Bottom Row lL Io Fll: Barb Barbato, Lynne Jersan, Donna Sweet. Row 2: Sue Brezec, Sue Gordos, Wendy Wiskes, F . , A mf- 48 'vw- H . 4 ma-e.,' 1' ' , wuz: Glrls' Field Hockey fL to RJ: Cheryl Laser, Karen Madela, Debbie Erdman, Kathy Gamber, Sue Gordos, Mary Ellen Bajec, Donna Sweet. Junior Varsity Girls' Basketball Botlom Row IL lo RJ: Marcia Boyce, Joy Scheurman, Lynn Jersan, Sue Brezec, Wendy Wiskes, Char Rudiak. Row 2: Sue Gordos, Beverly Kramar, Janet Lewis, Barb Barbato, Karen Madela. 151 24- 'fn '- . fr .,., , ,, . v Xa X Q5 Q. 3 1 Z s W .V W 2 if A ., . ' T.f?1?fm , 4 .. 154 Extra activities give rise to creative movement, or appear as mass school functions. Dramatic productions present expressive motion merged with communicative emotion, while special E-room programs show the relaxed or frantic locomotion of dancing a vanishing weekend into oblivion. i , g-.rf ' ,v ' fi 27-fs xp... . -9.413-' '11 , , 2 V. STUDENT 2 1 Y iw -f., . COUNCIL J , , , ar., .fig ,V,- 1, A i .5 V Constantly attempting to increase a student's interest in his own affairs, Student Council demanded regular at- - tendance and greater participation on behalf of the individual representative, to hopefully create a strong liaison be- tween the homeroom and council ac- tivities. With imagination in planning projects and the efficiency needed to accomplish them, the council suc- cessfully sponsored an increasing number of proposals and original ac- tivities. Leadership, determination and organization guided the Student Council closer to its goal of true stu- dent government. t in Student Council Officers lL to FU: Shelly Spellman, Secretaryg Tim Lawler, Presidentg Joe Parisi, Treasurer: Gary Botts, Vice-President. Student Council Bottom How KL to Ri: Debby Hendershot, Cyndi Paparizos, Diane Andrews, Jill Damberger, Laurel Letney, Sherry Kolb, Barb Webb, Laurie Jewett, Pam Bosco, Alvera Vargo, Cherie Kitko, Lynette Sobe, Sue Taddie, Anne Evans, Irene Tiborsky. Row 2: Karen Doak, Candy Scheurman, Lynn Bana, Joanne Leppert, Sybil Tetrick, Donna Bass, Joan Hocevar, Pat Gibbons, Beth Climo, Jean Bray, Sue Drobnick, Barb Carnpana, Eileen Hanna, Beth Blewitt, Anna Fugina, Bonnie Bubley, Nancy Amacher. Raw 3: Jeanette Barber, Ann Trommetter, Barb Romoser, Janet Mahusky, Barb Sterling, Rita Halsey, Kathy Laurich, Barb Nawor, Nancy Reed, Judy Kozlowski, Darlene Franks, Chris Yanchar, Joan Lewis, Jan lvansek, Marilyn Winters, Sandy Shenk. Row 4: Marilyn Siders, Cindy Kelly, Karen lcke, Cindy Wutchiett, Nancy Winters, Sue Dritz, Joan Kadow, Becky Otcasek, Jan Walker, Marty Schwenke, Ellen Gerl, Dennis Morse, Diane Baron. Row 5: Marty Eble, Betty Grigonis, Karen Shook, Georgia Ready, Sue Susel, Barb Benson, Bruce Taylor, Mike Podnar, Dale Nosse, Terry Chubb, Doug Romoser. Row 6: Laura Leighton, Gary Ciprian, Russ Fenster, Dennis Lavorgna, Rich Eder, Ken Stautfer, Denny Mateyka, Joanne Allchin, Dannie Dugan. Row 7: Lee Iglcqride, Tom SPerchan, Bill Fagan, Don Lewis, Greg Zgonc, Tom White, Jett Reinhard, Bob Miller, Tim Lawler, Gary Botts, Joe Parisi, Shelly pe lman, Jim toch. 1 AIQI: 31' gl 1 -X E :S 2 LW i 1 t 1 XX ir.,.."1-. we SSS Mtfse 'xr' 54455 Q 156 Student Council Execulive Board Boilom Row KL Io HJ: Marcus, Bernice Matulis. Row 2: Lee McBride, Tim Dugan, Joe Parisi. Marty Lawler, Eble, Betty Grigonis, Gary Bolts, Kathy Lynn Bana, Shelly Spellman, Dannle .X . TSX Barb Gordos speaks her piece. v . .gi s Sue suffers through Slave Day. 15 Q "My name is Bill. My name is Brigden. My name is Bill Brigden." 1' wr ' ' TR 7 T 2 2' 'W 'Q L L ' YH L in .A Qi A l L. K -X Y . YS -N. 5 f' 3 L .QA XX j ss 'X s .-A X5 :Q N sl S X N' N Q 1 is Nr! . . A 4.3 157 4 i T ' 6"'v A KEY CLUB "First in the World," the title won for the many services performed by the Euclid Key Club last year, gave it , a reputation hard to uphold. To a 1 ' f - club dedicated to service in the com- ,,, ' N' munity, as well as the school, it be- came the banner that motivated the club toward greater projects. By help- ing others Key Club helps itself. Aid- ing community, school and individual, Key Club symbolized leadership in both the high school and City of Euclid. Key Club Bottom Row rL to Rl: David Onions, Greg Lawrence, Mike Balale, Mark Palmer, Gary Gallagher, Tim Cheadle, Brian Hacker. Craig Zola, Tim Kitsos, Mike Debevec. Row 2: John Tomko, Augie Kehn, Jim Kalamasz, J. P. Horna, Denny Riggs, Dave Wagner, Dave Fanney, Mike Podnar, Dean Pasquale, Don Seddon, Randy Cebul. Row 3: Paul lmm, Tom Brunson, Doug Romoser, Les Sherman, Rick Punzar, Wayne Streble, Ron Lyman, Jeff Burns, Doug Keller, Leigh Thomas, Frank Mocilnikar. Row 4: Tom Cathcart, lan Glass, Wendall Price, Gary Ciprian, Jim Mocilnikar, Thom Kren, Tim Lawler, Mark Sabula, Marty Eble, Fred Skolaris, Roger Munson, Dave Brunson, George Karlan, Doug Alecci, Row 5: Don Spiegel, Jim Kalamasz, Al Horvath, Robbie Verner, Tim Gulich, Terry Karda, Steve Pred, Dave Garling, Bruce Taylor, Bill Huffman, Dale Glicker. Row 6: Bruce McBrian, Dave Templeton, Jim Stoch, Tom Cooper, Jim Hinds, Joe Parisi, Bill Brigden. Row 7: Larry Skapin, Rob Modic, Mel Scharlau, Craig Sharon, Bob Miller, Chris Reece, Gary Grum. Row 8: Kendall Stauffer, Dave DiBiasio, Cliff Drobnick, Dennis Adams, Tom Dugan, George Prokopovich, John Blassingame, Gary Newman. Row 9: Paul Nielsen, Jay Cost, Tom White, Leroy Williams, Dick Clark, Doug Knaus, Dave Nungesser, Al Russ, Bob Lonchar, Tim Niedermeyer. li 158 Amerlcan Fleld Service Bottom Row IL to FU: Becky Mann, Cindy Paparizos, Jean Lokar, Sybil Tetrick, Barb Nash, Alan Goldstayn, Dannie Dugan, Debby Tinker, Mrs. Zimmerman. Row 2: Jane Decatur, Janet Crone, Joyce Hatfer, Nancy Jarchow, Janet Mahusky, Debby Galloway, Marilyn Haynes, Ellen Davis. Row 3: Elda Aitcin-Briano. Elaine Hiruo, Karen Shriver, Debbie Miller, Beth Blewitt, Jean Klein, Karen Wade, Connie Marten, Eve Nielsen..Row 4: Machiko Tokunaga, Barbara Nawor, Susan Larick, Kathy Netchske, Ellen Gerl, Marilyn Winters, Judy Kozlowski, Diane Fellman, Chris Fleinwald. How 5: Bonnie Bubley, Pat Gibbons, Shelly Spellman, Nancy Winters, Jenny Aultz, Joanne Bilicic, Tom Collura, Tim Lawler, Bill Schmidt, Marilyn Ward, Cathy Madden. American Field Service Finalists fL to RI: Tom Collura, Janet Crone. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE Indifference becomes a little-used word for the AFS member. Concern represents his philosophy. His in- volvement may be the small task of selling movie tickets or the large one of housing an exchange student for a year. Physically limited to the con- fines of a classroom one night every two weeks, programs transport stu- dents through the scenery of Europe, the Middle-East Crisis and life in other f lands. This year Janet Crone has been sent to South Africa, further extending the club's tenacious reaches. Broad in scope and high in ideals, the Ameri- can Field Service renders living proof to the hypothesized new awareness of youth. A. --1' aawewm-uffa,,.,wsvwmaiqpS:d 159 A .4-I .-4. 1 , .,f-wwfmwmcg 4 we: . z Officers receive new members during induction ceremonies. Guest speakers highlight numerous F.T.A. programs. te .X Future Teachers ol America Bottom Flow KL to RI: Chris Srnlck, Mary Mog, Pat Reese, Terry Levine, Nancy Borsch, Janet Stanley, Kathy Cowper, Debbie Opalk, Eileen ltanne, Joann Fross, Marilyn Winters, Judy Kozlowski, Sue Sabo, Marsha Phillips, Mary Jo Lipovec, Ellen Geri. Row 2: Rose Merton, Sara Nantz, Joyce Hafler, Sue Weinke, Jenny Grabitz, Bonnie Bubley, Joan Palguta, Karen Matoh, Pam Martin, Fay Nye, Gail Bilnik, Angie Robers, Robin Ross, Janice Hocevar, Brenda Payer, Julie Sajewski, Betty Hill, Row 3: Carol Hitchcock, Shelly Spellman, Nancy Hull, Carol Henikman, Jill Battung, Linda Toth, Linda Sonntag, Sally Gulich, Vishna Franic, Jean Klein, Marsha Baker, Debbie Bohanan, Rita Halsey, Rich Schneider, Sue Kapler. Row 4: Karen Frank, Karen Mohorich, Denise Rees, Joan Lewis, Kathy Madden, Pam Stearns, Barb Gordos, Debbie Haverlock, Joan Lewandowski, Bonnie Newton, Jenny Aultz, Cindy Sak, Karen Katona, Rose Kimosh, Jan Bahr. Row 5: Barb Reed, Lee McBride, Jim Bambam, Kim Somers, Linda Koeth, Bob Wallace, Sue Lanser, Sue Morris, Marie Meehan, Denise Perovsek. 160 -.,, 4 X X 1 j A 5 -..N . ' l Q , X- .. 1 I -i.-L, .1 X X 'N-.,, .xg ' 'S ' T NL. f 'TSS . i fix' 5 L , . ill. 1 41 f i -Qi FUTURE TEACHERS 'Z OF AMERICA Q ry Administrators, educators, college , . , g,f students and educational specialists I may be recruited to speak before I Euclid's Future Teachers of America. Z. . Between meetings, members gain ' iq " other instructive experiences by hall -'11 guarding, performing as guides at V Open House or even substituting. Ex- posure to various aspects of the ' 'V teaching situation enables the FTA member to make a valid final decision on his future, but for the present, along with experience, points are gained toward an FTA pin. Future Teachers of America Executive Board Front Row fL to RJ: Elaine Sabo, Sarah Welnberger, Kathy Wilber, Sue Simon, Carol Henikman, Cheryl Keyes, Marion Reinke, Chris Fieinwald. Back Row: Mary Melgun, Sandy Doles, Marian Zalc, Nancy Hull, Clare Hille, Jenny Aultz, Bob Wallace. Future Teachers of America Bottom Row IL to Rl: Judy Ratlift, Willis Ann Dreisbach, Chris Weiss, Bernadette Kirsch, Peggy Wehrle, Barb Tolchinsky, Ann Fiolik, Sara Weinberger, Lynn Bana, Cheryl Keyes. Janet Springer, Candy Obreza, Debbie Tinker, Jean Lokar, Cindy Paparizos, Debbie Naderer, Karen Calabrese, Kris Fleisinger, Pam Mahany. Row 2: Sue Simon, Chris Reinwald, Gloria Regalbuto, Diane Moats, Diana Coppers, Marylin Haynes, Barb Walland, Judy Straughan, Carolyn Pograis, Lynn Zadd, Kathy Laurich, Clare Hille, Debbie Clark, Rita Vasas, Sheila Zurc, Susan Delsanter, Jere Foster, Sherry Chant, Peggy Strok, Arlene Floria, Sue Picciano. Row 3: Carol Willert, Bonnie Dietrich, Sandy Doles, Sue Gustetic, Maryann Melgun, Cathy Wilber, Marian Fleinke, Marty Wilder, Cheryl Crawford, Karen Shook, Betty Grigonis, Nancy Gere, Barbara Sterling, Janet Mahusky, Nancy Zonar, Cathy Tyrrell, Clare Schnieder, Irene Tiborski, Lori Lane, Sue Knox, Row 4: Kathy Lutz, Mary Carol Frey, Karen Zelman, Mary Ann Savoca, Debbie Capella, Margaret Massiello, Marie Massiello, Laura Forsythe, Marian Zajc, Laurel Warnke, Kathy Aufmuth, Sally Flogell, Nancy Edwards, Elaine Sabo, Sally Shemkunas, Bonnie Perpar, Pam Cooney, Shirley Chisholm, Ellen Misner, Karen Holodniak. How 5: Cindy Conley, Carol Caghan, Marla Goodman, Laura Foy, Nancy Jarchow, Diane Denison, Beth Blewitt, Nancy Fleed, Debbie Hudak, Linda Kokal, Chris Gaydos, Alice Neff, Marylin Jaros, Vicki Festini, Marlene Marko, Carol Almgren, Barb Shenk, Monica Naworski, Diana Koeth, Sue Abramczyk. 1 'mfr ,J ,nf-11, n-f f, -fe ' 5-af ' , Up,-fl, I grz , , A ff g , jg f ,V 1 9 T? FRIENDSHIP CLUB Recently combined with the Y Teens, Friendship Club increased its mem- bership, and incorporated new ideas and projects. Primarily a service club, members work to benefit needy peo- ple and organizations. Whether work- ing on a project or planning a social .2 event, diligence and enthusiasm turn venture into success. Frlendshlp Y-Teen Executive Board Bottom Raw IL to Rl: Chris Gear, Michele Svigel, Mary Lou Stahre, Nancy Gere, Row 2: Carol Willert, Carol Davis, Dannie Dugan, Brenda Shipley. Friendship Y-Teen Saphomores Bottom Row IL to Ri: Donlna Skokal, Denise Capretta, Chris Weiss, Pam Clapp, Barb Thomas, Sue Knox, Lori Lane, Linda Harps, Irene Tiborsky, Gerty Friedberg, Karen Hollyfield, Annette Kuchling, Row 2: Sandy Hanlon, Sherry Collister, Sue Lewandowski, Gayle Svetin, Margi Kostansek, Betty Hill, Kathy Fox, Chris Gaydos, Marcia Boyce, Kathy Luidahl, Joann Felz, Terri Plaga. Row 3: Sandy Pestotnik, Deb Sonnie, Marsha Phillips, Judy Kozlowski, Barb Blank, Debbie Kovacic, Linda Tiderman, Deb Miller, Linda Klein, Judy Sutphin, Maureen Bruening, Carol Farkas, Barb Bish, Jere Foster. Row 4: Deb Palguta, Wendy Mihocik, Paula Ugrinic, Sally Gingell, Liz Kurtovich, Cheryl Gockel, Royceanne Brimlow, Ann Evans, Ellen Gerl, Chris Davis, Janet Stanley, Gayle Crown, Denise Dworning. Row 5: Pat Paulin, Janie Goske, Janet Lewis, Berie O'ConnelI, Jackie Perpar, Barb Cigoy, Cathy Madden, Pam Reilly, Mary Hollway, Sue Drobnick, Nancy Harper, Jan lvansek, Kathy Grossman. 162 3 we .Ag i 0 s ,s aqqulnllllv' "Oooo-glue!l" . . One of Friendship's many public service projects Friendship Y-Teen Bottom Row KL to RJ: Sue Spears, Allison Town, Kitty Ribar, Jane Decatur, Laurie Jewett, Jean Lokar, Diane Pietro, Karen Flider, Kathy Rider, Shirley Cook. Row 2: Ellen Pestak, Linda Dieckmann, Cathy Tyrrell, Linda Buchholz, Linda Flohr, Adria Soeder, Clare Schnieder, Joan Palguta, Susan Larick, Susan Latch, Barb Nawor, Row 3: Pat Barkhurst, Karen Balasko, Vivian Sobole, Linda Tober, Jan Bahr, Allison Trommetter, Barb Gordos. Janice Guestetic, Chris Srnick, Barb Ames. Flow 4: Carol Willert, Mary Lou Stahre, Carol Davis, Michele Svigal, Nancy Gere, Mary Plaga, Chris Greer, Karen Mohorich, Kathy Wilber, Karen Frank. Row 5: Kathy Moore, Debby Denney, Cindy Conley, Monica Naworski, Pat Zupanc, Jeanne Trout, Danny Dugan, Lynn Hall, Barb Olosky, Terri Sivert, Brenda Shipley. A ... - Q L , L 163 'iv- L :r .21 G RLS' I r -, LEADERS CLUB y r- Patience, good judgment and en- thusiasm make up the creed of the ' 1 Girls' Leaders Club. From coping with 5 , D"-A I the problem of gum chewers and jewelry wearers to refereeing a game, DX.. the gym leader must strive to exem- ""' g I x plify a responsible and competent i"li' g'g' I J s,,. aide to both student and teacher. H "Me big chief summerfallWlNTEFtSpring. Girls' Leaders Club Bottom Row IL to Rl: Laurie Letney, Karen Lobas, Sandy Brachlow, Mrs. Alverez, Advisor: Dee Frak, Donna Burris, Trish Telich. Row 2: Elaine Sabo, Leslie Stratton, Cheri Reed, Nancy Winters, President, Barb Taylor, Carol Henikman, Diane Dieckmann. How 3: Linda Diekmann, Sally Flogell, Cheryl Laser, Barb Flomoser, Vice-President, Cathy Laurich, Mary-Margaret Tucci, Barb Butt. Row 4: Jan Gustetic, Jane Milavec, Eva Zucker, Ellen Davis, Marty Wilder, Treasurer: Diane Pietro, Janet Crone, Debby Erdman. Row 5: Karen Matoh, Joanne Leppert, Cindy Paparizos, Gail Kramar, Secretary, Laurie Flugel, Karen Wade, Nancy Zonar. Row 6: Kathy Federico, Historian. Not Pictured: Cindy Anderson, Jean Lokar. r ttrl ,r,,,, ""'i "i' ' ""'i -r-1 A L Ai ' W-ws Xi .l wo' -LQ L .tg as 164 ' .A ti ,ffiff YEA 'M-ou, M PM S tg Nvrw? Az O 4, -:::, .,,, 1 , 11.3, , ,ullf , ,Y Ami. MLW' ' UI 3 E What more can we say? "How would you like a biscuit in the face?" xg 3 wifi- Wh 'Nw-s W' ws . N ' N. X' -i ", .K . ' Piss , 11 r FTE-S'N:g..f'E11Niif'..,?5v ,-sw' .. .Q '1- - sf f X ff gy, .::--My i wa, 'xl Q, Iss" f ,"iqrf1'tt- fx - ' " Txw-+X1's . X Q:-AN X . S.:-2-W-. A aww, 165 SPIRITS Loyalty and enthusiasm keynote the Spirits Club. Weekly meetings result in a barrage of signs, and the caf- eteria becomes an art gallery of sorts, while undaunted members of the club strive to generate energy and unite spirit throughout the school. Crowded sports events and roaring pep assem- blies signify both reward and success. WAI NAPOLO "Wai Napolo?" queries the land- locked observer. "Wai Not?" counters the avid aquatic enthusiast. Determi- nation to teach, to learn and to per- form according to high standards is the goal of the clubg the methods of attaining this goal range from the unorthodox sink-or-swim technique to set patterns that emerge from clip- boards, bulletin boards and diving boards. Although the secret of its name remains well-kept, Wai Napolo announces, usually quite loudly, the glory of its honored membership. i . i . , 1" f L: -A sn Wal Napolo Executive Board Bottom Flow fL to FU: Dlane Fellman. Row 2 Joanne Blllclc Jlll Battung, Barb Reed. Row 3: Ann Trommetter, Mrs. Tornstrom. Wai NGDOIQ Clockwise lronf Top' Barb Reed, Lynn Bana, Lauri Gulick, Betty Grigonls, Sandy Mika, Marian Hodder, Kathy Netschke, Laurie Jewell Jill Battung Judy McRae, Rita Halsey, Debbie Clark, Cindy Kelly, Marilyn Ward, Nancy Fleed, Char Rudlak, Mary Jo Llpovec, Jan Totten, Judy Kozlowski, Robin Cochran Ellen Gerl Barb Jerele, Cindy Kershaw, Carol Dann, Kathy Olds, Lori Abraham, Candy Scheurman, Joanne Bllicic, Sue Susel, Ann Trommeter, Barb Benson Pat Totten ,. X ,. 'f Q .S . 8, . 'Xl Wx: , I A .a- .5 ' ' ?g,f'f-v'igr ,, - , 'WN it aw - at " - 35- at . Q X xg I :NN S fl .Q .-t et: - . t l c .arf K. - ig - -:att-,Elk f, QI, K A , Q V . ,..t. , X -., t , . , Qt. 55? X' gt X, -' ,. . f x. mr-X , tk gr R '3 166 .AN .mf X 'VT' V. ...f ' -4 " , Us aaisifia ' ' ' S wvmdliaan ,ig-4 1 5 19 . i 2 r.: ' fi , 'Q ,Ja r ' X 4 l if -i'.' . 1 . , ' X1 Eff"n like l . -i 1 -' i Q 5 4 , NP' .L ,g ,L f -4 io: eg i . R: Y PGV! I if Lettermen's Club Bottom Row fL to RJ: Sherri Grimes, Lauri Lelney, Sandy Brachlow, Dale Kalamasz, Laurie Gulick, Peggy Zust, Sally Rogell, Row 2: Craig Zola, John Meros, Gary Ciprian, Fred Minis, Larry Watts, Wes Collins, Roger Munson, Randy Cebul. Row 3' Dave Brunson, Doug Keller, Tim Haase, Jack Prasek, Don Maxa, Rob Modic, Alec Wightman, Jeff Burns, Eric Lyttle. Row 4: Dave Nun- gesser, Don Shisila, Leroy Williams, Duane Doblar, Rich Schwabauer, Johnny Bell, Craig Sharon, Terry Rieder, Bob Cuevas, Al Vilchek. Row 5: Don Lewis, Bob Smith, Mike Applequist, John Rieth, Dennis Adams, Dan Zdanowicz, Paul Nielsen, Jefl Rieder, Vic Valli. Ad Club Bottom Row IL to RJ' Shirley Cook, Sue Nesbett, Gloria Weber, Becky Mann, Marty Barrel. Row 2: Jan Subel, Sally Dickheiser, Carol Kwasny, Bonnie Bubley. Row 3' Sky l-lurlburt, Michele Svlgel, Glori Minerovic, Sandy DiNardo, Debbie Uchbar Row 4: Glena Stillinger, Kathy Horvat, Kathy Netschke, Sherry Dorn, Carol Lehman, Gretchen Ulstrom, is E? E s .5 , , Lf ,L Q 167 LETTERMEN'S CLUB Upon receipt of his varsity letter, the athlete automatically becomes eligible for membership in Lettermen's Club. Recognition of performance gives purpose to both the club and efforts of the individuals involved. AD CLUB No special requirements insure Ad Club membership, but members must be responsible, efficient organizers and salesmen. The lengthy waiting list for membership shows the stu- dents' awareness of the advantages of the club. Reward for hard work consists of free entrance to home games and a smorgasbord dinner at the end of the year. .. 4 A - .. Q Sophomore Girls' Athletic Association Bottom Row KL to Rl: Linette Sobe, Pam Clapp, Denny Capretta, Joyce Miklavic, Ginny Marino, Sherrie Chant, Barb Bish, Linda Tiderman, Pat Kaston, Sue Taddie, Sandy Shenk, Helga Dobler, Barb Losee, Barb McAuley, Marilyn Hribar, Kathy Chambers, Lynda Kovacic, Barb Thomas, Denise Flees, Annette Kuchllng, Joy Scheurman, Candi Callaghan. Row 2: Chris Weiss, Sue Picciano, Mary Lemmo, Lynne Jersan, Marcia Boyce, Beth Blewitt, Frances Lazar, Cindy Brocone, Donna Brod, Flobin Austin, Wendy Wiskes, Charlene Rudiak, Mary Ellen Balec, Gayle Svetin, Sue Lewandowski, Mary Ann Jankovich, Deb Sonnie, Sher Colllster, Judy Slross, Sue Fiaggets, Linda Kobal, Trautie Grau, Janet Springer. Flow 3: Jackie Kodra, Irene Tlborsky, Sue Knox, Geralyn Grubac, Joann Felz, Marilyn Winters, Maureen Bruening, Julie Sutphin, Ellen Gerl, Barb Barbato, Debbie Opalk, Judy Kozlowski, Deb Von Gunten, Mickie Mueller, Pat Kozlevcar, Chris Gaydos, Nancy Harper, Debbie Hudak, Kathy Fox. Flow 4: Gerty Friedberg, Nancy Laufer, Judy Neuman, Chris Szabo, Ellie Stallings, Natalie Berndt, Sally Gingell, Mary Jo Lipovec, Marsha Phillips, Pat Paulin, Mary Holloway, Sue Drobnick, Chris Davis, Jan Goske, Wendy Mlhocik, Pam Reilly, Debbie Flash, Anna Fugina, Nancy Grillo, Joyce McCrystal, Marlene Powalie. Row 5: Karen Hollylield, Nancy Fleed, Louise Blatecky, Sue Gordos, Michelle Aaronson, Gail Crown, Liz Kurtovich, Cheryl Gockel, Royceanne Brlmlow, Janet Lewis, Kathy Cowper, Pam Stearns, Eileen Hanna, Carole Fler, Marilyn Ford, Beverly Kramar, Debbie Meinke, Linda Fitzmaurice, Joanle Lapinskas,Cathy Madden. Qfggw U . -WM - W .. ,.t.,,:-',.,..-w-.. - ' t -. . E . .Lif-. X 'S Giisf xi' wg - 5 it Xa . , A :mv xx V, ' X, fl-, -........,,......,,.., is-S X A, :X . X N mv N N sts M ,. ,W M ' me QQ35 ..,-1:3 .av 168 G.A.A. Executive Board Bottom Row IL to FU: Kathy Gamber, Kathy Laurich, Mary Margaret Tucci. Row 2: Nancy Stanley, Irene Szabo, Cheryl Laser. Row 3: Lora Blatecky, Sharon Masek. W GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION A large club, popular in all three grade levels, the Girls' Athletic As- sociation offers sports on an extra- curricular basis. Along with athletic affiliations, the club sponsorsi a va- riety of social events from bake sales to hayrides. GAA incorporates fun into NC fitness. Girls' Athletic Association Bottom Row KL to RJ: Kathy Gamber, Lora Blatecky, Donna Bass, Cindy Conley, Sue Simon, Shirley Plott, Elda Aitcin-Briano, Monica Naworski, Sybil Tetrick, Karen Holodniak, JoAnn DeMell, Rose Scott, Sharon Masek, Sally Yozipovich, Pam Martin, Chris Reisinger. Row 2: Pam Mahaney, Arlene Jasky, Kathy Rider, Willis Ann Dreisbach, Debby Henson, Natalie llg, Nancy Jarchow, Jean Klein, Marcia Pestotnik, Karen Vahcic, Lynn Brooks, Karen Wade, Andy Newman, Jean Toth, Kathy Wilber, Harriet Eglin. Row 3: Debbie Galloway, Sue Taylor, Karen Rider, Jan Gustetic, Allison Town, Karen Doak, Donna Sweet, Debbie Erdman, Karen Ruuska, Barbara Ames, Madeline David, Barbara Olosky, Katie Shaughnessy, Ellen Davis, Jan Mahusky, Vivian Sobole, Carol Lesiak. Row 4: Laura Maaswinkel, Hose Klancar, Diane Dunbar, Cindy Anderson, Gayle Kramar, Kathy Laurich, Mary-Margaret Tucci, Debbie Tinker, Candy Obreza, Cindy Paparizos, JoAnn Leppert, Karen Calabrese, Gale Richardson, Cheryl Laser, Helen Dougherty, Karen Matoh, Sue Sivik. :Sr"Jk:f"tX.t'.'f' ,. , S. t ...K I I 169 'Ei , fmserxg- 2 l 56 9 ,fl l ' Q ? Future Business Leaders of America Bottom Row IL to Ri: Annemarie Sherwood, Karen Bohn, Mary Lou Stahre, Liz Kurtovich, Margie Fennell, Sue Kapudja, Shirley Griftis. Row 2: Barb Jerele, Joan Hocevar, Donna Bass, Pat Primoznik, Diane Sluga, Lynn Leotta. Sue Starzynski. Flow 3: Debbie Stocker, Sue Soeder, Bernice O'Connell, Mickey Gartroza, Debbie Merritt, Anita Brommer, Jan Lewis. Row 4: Connie Lytle, Carol Lesiak, Maureen Heid, Regina Smith, Marilyn Siders, Debbie Carducci, Debbie Haverlock. Cooperative Office Education Bottom Row iL to Ri: Charlene Joyce, Linda Pawlak Carole Fierle, Sharon Koeth, Margie Costello, Sandy Valenti, Beth Andrew, Andrea Cable, Sandy Vrh. Row 2: Lorry Umek, Donna Plickert, Bonnie Champa, Shirley Znidarsic, Linda Pozun, Judy Capiccioni, Janet Miscavish, Ginny Lenarcic, Kathy ose Kostelac. Row 3: Ruth VonSick, Terry Cerne, Karen Karberg, Lil Strekal, Linda Beechuk, Kathie Tanner, Linda Crain. Kadlec, R ix 'Qi NXSREEQ ..,. . X - N i X g,,::,,i,,-.3 gg Q., .x v an X .. S X 1 Ii U ii if-Q: S5 S-4. Q -A xxx X- Ny- X ..gv.. , , X xxx Nw X , :N e La ' X Ni -1 INN be ' N' - X QF w - , . 1, , W Q ,,,,,3. ,cii A A i X V .,..i - .. ' sw A 5. i,., L Q L- N X' 'rfilti 9 Q. ' 1 :X -K - N Sl 'RW fix ' ,. Ngjjf:- 5 ,ew ,-'If T fini! .9 f- 'Www ,. se ka Frm: X 'iff -1 -V Q lx sf. -X --ff X N ii 1-' - H-w i t vm ,- - X' -- X ,N . . ,zgmrh t we-Q--X:::,:' -ma N X - - X-afzeivl - N- , .. V , FQ NGKTN:-W -NL: , g ., X ,.,,, I l X X x X X i Q L a-i' if A X X X 9 if E9 QSQMNXNX ' 'Q' iw WNwWk:S we . Nw ' I lxil - Y . at - X- Srkieyxv- N- W- XAQSFX. - Q VC NX X i . Y i , , W-QWNZX . V . H vw N5 ,,,. B Q 170 s rt, iff? X1 O x O :P -L K. F ' Jem, :M A .- .-, , , "' ,M I ,A 1 97 495' ., .ries f -..si-',,-T , ,Q W 'Ffh F.B.L.A. works overtime in preparing for its annual Christmas party. Distributlve Education Club ol Ameics Bottom Row IL to Rl: Pat Walter, John Sirnik, Joanne Zupancic, Anita Karp, Cathy Vincent. Row 2: Gloria Nalepa, Frank Barresi, Sue Amoroso, Paula Klein, Penny Miller, Jim Powalie. Row 3: Mike Stockton, Dan Floeder, Pat Turner, Ken Skedel, Don Ziegler. Row 4: Mike Sikora, Bill Bessire, Ron Menart, Don Rakes, Flay Machi, Mr. Sibert. 171 F.B.L.A. For students planning a career in business, Future Business Leaders of America provides the background for future success. Activities center around aspects of business apart from experience available in class. Social activities offer diversion and unity to the club, but practical experience re- mains its chief objective. C.O.E. Although an organized program for over twenty-five years, Cooperative Office Education came to Euclid only this year. Open to seniors who have taken business courses, it gives the student office experience by helping him obtain jobs with local companies. Limited to twenty-five students screened by grades, vocation and school record, C O E attempts to choose those students best qualified to adjust to a number of available jobs. During the year. their work is periodically evaluated and graded as a'part of their business course. D.E.C.A. Part of a national organization, the Distributlve Education Club of Ameri- ca operates to attract students to careers in sales and distribution. Developing future leaders, DECA trains students and builds a workable relationship between employer and employee. Members leave equipped with knowledge concerning all phases of management and marketing. FUTURE NURSES CLUB , I! Created as a service, Future Nurses Club fills that requirement in many ways. Speakers and frequent activities in connection with Euclid Glenville Hospital acquaint members with the various areas of the nursing pro- fession. Service to the community results, as FNC members act as hos- pital aides, benefiting both themselves and others. Future Nurses Club Bottom Row lL to RJ: Kathy Luidahl, Barb Cragle, Karen Hollylield, Diane Catanese, Jackie Hulewicz, Kathy Moore, Joy Scheurman, Barb Losee, Row 2: Mary Lemmo, Marlene Pacic, Shelly Tarantino, Pam Cooney, Peggy Vollman, Jeannette Trout, Joan Lewandowski, Mary Lou Cater. Row 3: Catherine Tabb, Sue Milaiec, Vicki Mramor, Alvera Vargo, Julia Sutphin, Maureen Bruening, Harriet Eglin, Donna Haugh. Row 4: Mary Jo Klocker, Laurie Sickler, Cheryl Brown, Janis Essex, Cathy Moore, Bernice Matulis, Penny Morse, Sandy Penca, Gayle Kehres. Ski Club Bottom Raw lL to Rl: John Collura, Dennis Golan, Craig Johnson, Jack Sullivan, Jim Bock, Doug Knaus, Vic Valli, Rich Miller, Don Nevar, Pat O'Connell, Ftich Korzenowski, Gary Newman, Bill Rice, Tom Kelley, Guy Mclntyre, Wayne Cerinich. Row 2: Bob Vernor, Terry Karda, Dave Templeton, Craig Zola, Leigh Thomas, Roger Munson, Tim Lawler, Dave Nungesser, Don Lewis, Bill Breznay, Tim Neidermeyer, John Blassingame. Fred Grupe, Chris Fleece. George Fluszin, Al Horvath. Row 3' Robin Deegan, Jane Decatur, Sandy Mika, Laurie Jewett, Karen Kiro, Barb Nawor, Bonnie Bubley, Wendy Michocik, Janis Goske, Mary Holloway, Sue Drobnick, Alison Trom- meter, Sue Weinke, Marilyn Ward, Pat Zupanc, Barb Thomas, Jill Damberger, Kathy Hersh Row 4: Denise Capretta, Linda Tiderman, Karen Hollylield, Gertrude Freed- burg, Laurie Kozar, Claudia Orehek, Joan Palguta, Sue Larick, Sue Latch, Karen Holodniak, Darlene Euretig, Debbie Clark, Barb Webb, Jean Bray, Marylin Milavec, Jan Debley, Barb Paganie, John Margheret Row 5: Fioycanne Brimio, Sally Gingel, Sandy Hamlin, Nancy Grillo, Sharon Masek, Sue Larich, Rosemary Scott, Lynn Tober, Laura Forsythe, Debbie Cherry, Allison Town, Monica Naworski, Bev Krall, Barb Sterling, Linda Toth, Judy McRae, Sue Dritz, Karen Matoh, Pam Martin, Sue Sivic. Row 6. Janet Lewis, Debbie Palguta, Pat Paulin, Gayle Crown, Chris Davis, Kathy Luidahl, Geralyn Grubac, Irene Taborsky, Sue Knox, Janis Totten. Judy Kozlowski. Eileen Hanna, Ellen Geri, Pat Primoznik, Peg Ballard, Chris Gaydos, Carolyn Farkas, Katie Shaunessy, Ellen Davis, JoAnn Leppert, Kathy Netschke, Cathy Bruening Row 7: Cheryl Gokel, Liz Kurtovich, Pat Kozacar, Sherri Collister, Gayle Svetin, Denise Duaring, Connie Martin, Agie Skully, Kathy Laurich, Gayle Kramer, Gwen Rupert, Joan Lewandowski, Karen Shook, Betty Grigonis, Karen Katona, Cindy Sak, Sandy Stuephan. 172 ss. 1 1 i ii . K' i 5 ATWQ 5- ii"xf-:if-'.f p 'ui-1" A ' 1, Q' Y" -A I 3 k"',,:f, "' .g, ji 1 - '5i,.-iffrf. ',.h 1-19,".'iwr-Z g' Q i Q' P. ,'rr2,43,!ili.ii2,i.g Gigi 'S ' fr ' W i f 1 H, '5"i ,- S 5 'Y ' ' 1 :ae i slit iii3WR"5'5"!??"?iL in U I H 2 r fi . f r fy , x.A, f i? -55. 1 i i . ' ww i if 5 , 2, i' -H V . .za 5 i 35 6 :gil-'l,3:.5a1..' -' 1,i Q , 5 332 iz X55 it fl R-ng' .Q ', f . 1' 3:17--. s -"-1, yi . Q 1 is . S Siigiier ilk- A? , ' . 1 1 ,di g 1 s ggxw sng-is 1 13 m -w 4 s I 2 5 555321 IS 313 ix 'E A S .7 E 1 if S 'ssiiiiiis fsw' .i -r ' , i is f if :QQ f , A "'f .- rf . K . . " X T for two. "l'lI show him-I'II buckle I -f .V them myself!" ,,,.,-Q--Y ,.,.,. ,.,... r X - x .,,....f- xv . X Q , ,ssbk " X S B X 5 ii ,Xl SKI CLUB "Pray for Snow" buttons exhibited in the middle of summer indicate the true ski enthusiasts. Adventurous sorts who are willing to risk limbs represent the second faction. These, however, become indiscernible as snow falls and interest grows. 4 CHESS CLUB Entering a world of rooks, pawns, kings and bishops, the chess player plans his attack. He hopes to some- where find the elusive checkmate before his unsuspecting opposition. Enthusiasts engage in a game that challenges the brain rather than the brawng they enjoy sport that offers competition on a more aesthetic level. The chess man practices his game in all seasons. Sm! .I - Chess Club Bottom Row KL to FU: Russ Fenster, Dave Virginia. AI Goldstayn. Row 2: Peter Haller Jim Shilander, Jerry Glick. Row 3: John Petro, Jim Nosse, Greg Huddlestone, Joe Krnc. Row 4: Terry Morris Bill Shriver, Gary Krall, Gary Kopec, Mike Applequist. CAMERA CLUB Enthusiastic amateur photographers seek em- pathy in the Camera Club. These photographers continually strive to blend verve and imagination with technical perfection. For eligibility, each must submit a picture indicating skill in technique and handling. Members share personal methods and advice, the club's greatest values. Camera Club Bottom Row KL to RJ: Gloria Flegalbuto, Dave Virginia. Flow 2: Jack Haney Dave Lawrence. Flow 3: Tom Collura, Daryl McGill, Robert Murry. Row 4: Tom Schmenk John Petro, Bill Brigden. K p ,Q israel., E, ..i,,..e?..t,ei, .1 ..-Q , -t ., . : X, X 1 i 5 Q -' 174 .w . bl.-9 .v i K ' 4 3 .rg r PINK PA NTHERS The Pink Panther Sewing Club repairs the u niforms of Euclid's football Panthers. Newly formed, the club per- forms various sewing services for the school and the community. SCIENCE SEMINAR C' Complexities of modern science defy coverage of the vast amount of topics. Science Seminar attempts to fill the void of uncovered topics by exposing interested students to the ideas of various scientists of neighboring col- leges and industries. Their lectures introduce practical applications of modern science. I' as Pink Panthers Bottom Flow IL to Rl: Debby Denney, Vice Presidentg Carol Willert, President: Brenda Shipley, Treasurer. Flow Pat Faiken, Jackie Hulewicz, Shirley Chisholm, Diane Cantanese, Georgetta Kaparic. Row 3: Le Ann Medivic, Karen Michalski, Mickey Gartroza, Diane Dragolich. Science Seminar Bottom Row KL to FU: Russ Fenster, George Prokopovich, Nick Capretta, Al Goldstayn, Waltrout Grau, Lori Flugle, Machiko,Tokunaga, Ann Helmuth, Pat Gibbons. Flow 2: Lisa Bailey, Marilyn Ward, Seth Chazanott, Bob Moskowitz, Tom Collura, Jim Shilander, Dennis McBride. Row 3: Terry Karda, Dave Templeton, Jim Hinde, Lee Peters, Dan Gerbetz, Bill Shaffer, Bill Bieznay, Mike Laughlin, Joan Bensing, Kim Somers. Raw 4: Al DiBiasio, Dale Pekrul, George Karlan, Dale Fanney, Bob Sweet, Ed Walters, Tim Kerzisnik, Bill Huttman, Mike Debevec. Row 5: John McKee, Mike Applequist, Pat Soltis, Gary Kopec, Bill Brigden, Rich Tuckerman, Tim Neidermeyer, Doug Knaus, Ron Tuckerman, Jim Koch. .4 i Lib man Diane Catanese Sherri Hagberg Jackie Hulewicz Kathy Gamber Gary Gallagher Movie Club Bottom Flow lL to Rl: Debby Burrows, Donna , , , , , , Bruce Deister. Row 2: Don Mannarino, Cindy Grimsic, Terri Brown, Melinda Baldini, Ella Kolar, Jacquie Oker, Sandy Gonakis. Flow 3: David Vir- ginia, Greg Mann, Gary Sleinlurth, David Haller, Robert Murry, John Haney, Carl Susman. Row 4: Donald Rinkes, Rich Moore, Bob Schaur, Craig Pavlik, Tom Schmenk, Ed Barrett, John Petro, Jim Crosson. MOVIE CLUB Maintenance of the audio visual de- partment rests in the hands of the Movie Club. Projecting the daily noon movies, members also deliver equip- ment to classrooms. Service, contri- bution and entertainment keynote Euclid's Movie Club. P.A. CLUB Due to the recent construction which silenced the public address system, and the elimination of morning an- nouncements, PA Club duties have dwindled. Installing microphones and other equipment at assemblies and special programs speaks only par- tially for the value of this service organization. Public Address Club B ottom Flow lL to FU: Richard Schneider, Jeff Lick, Keith Dole. Row 2: Mr. Staines Louis Chos, Mr. Yocum. i 1 lr ,P li iz i. if l 3 1 1-'cg' l l l l Foreme-n's Club Bottom Row IL to FU: Flich Mayfield, Jay Glick. Flow 2: Al Nlisnewski, Ray Nippress. How 3: Stan Peklay, Bob Vunderink. Row 4: Lee Staskunas, Tom Maresco. Row 5: Dave Aites. FOREMEN'S CLUB Responsibility marks the students in Foremen's Club. Skilled and knowledgeable in the operation of machinery, the foreman aids both instructor and student, he supervises student safety pre- cautions and enforces correct mechanical pro- cedures. Well-trained and conscientious, he gains valuable practical experience. RADIO CLUB Using call letters WABZGE, the newly formed Radio Club promises its members communication with the rest of the United States and beyond. Pooling resources and capabilities, the "hams" construct working radio equipment from idle transmitters and tangled wire. Fladio Club helps new members pass an exam, which licenses them to contact stations around the world. Radio Club Bottom Flow IL to RJ: Mr. Fleno, Dennis McBride, President: Gary Jones, George Braidich, Bob Moskowitz, Al Goldstayn, Jim Shilander, Treasurer: Cliff Burns. Flow 2: Roland Steinmetz, Eric Snyder, Vice President, Jim Kaim, Ed Barrett, Scott Boettcher, Lee Jalovec, Gary Kopec, Secretaryg Lee Peters. 'V as-v ,. 177 , V S., STUDENT STORE EucIid's Student Store boasts of a selection of items ranging from nose plugs to birthday cards, not to men- tion its vast variety of cough drops. Always crowded, the Student Store enjoys a large business by fulfilling the students' needs and providing good service. Q VVMFINW 43 ffmam , . , ' viz- , B32 R L i me 1 'Q W' Q 1 D T 0 L ,. . .Y 1 Q Y , -' . y Student Supply Store Staff Bottom Row IL lo Rl: Frank Kren, Sharon Kelly, Janey Shields, Toni DiSanto. Row 2: Janet Wayner, Joyce Wayner, Elda Aitcin-Briano, Bob Lees, Machiko Tokunaga. Row 3: Vic Markovich, Monica Naworski, Managerp Cathy Foster, Debbie Berndt, Mary Jo Udovic. Flow 4: Tom Cooke, Flon Barbish, Greg Lawrence, Al Edelman, Bill Fagan. Folk Club Bottom Row KL to Rl: Mary Hrdlica. Betty Grigonis, Judi Stross, Pat Kaston, Jan Bradshaw, Karen Shook, Rose Kimosh, Beth Zonneville, Vince Gregorie, Peg Ballard. Pat Primoznik, Secretary, Dale Pekrul, Jane Jaquays, John Margheret, Gary Taylor, Vice-President, Row 2: Patti Pinta, Beverly Kleber, Judy Ullstrom, Stu Irvine, Debbie Hornsby, Mike Kickle, Scott Proctor, Mike , h r ,JFS - L. "1 " " '2 'A ., ,1W"', , 1 4 1,3 6- ,. 3'-'v 5 z 1 Q 5 ::5 ?ff""?? .. I H "1::S3.:...: ',',. Ei f Q . ,,.-. . ,- ,.t.. . ,Z ,, , Q - V T. --ts f 1 2- 1 iz'-45113254 - ' 'W J Qf I ff , r dir' f ff-':,':w :,-,1..k-,-f:,:- ' ,. ,,,, , .',.,,. I ,,,,.,,y.g,. . - . 211 :Y62 Efi.x1.1-'.,Eg3na:. T, - ., . f 8. IAJLJJQ- ' ".5.-.iQ1.:,,, "What do you mean you don't like that song. Q!! 178 Q all- ' 'gil' if' li ' fl., 13,3 umm., 'P L W dn.. ...,. . 7 Youth Power Bottom Row KL to R2: Patti Skrlanc, Liberty Leigh, Laurie Young. How 2: Lenore Wallace, Debby Brass, Paula Ugrnic, Maureen Ray. Regan, Treasurer: Bob Murry, Carl Rosenberger, Sandy Forker, Gwenn Rupert, Kathy Turner, President: Sandi Apple, Mimi Honeycutt. Row 3: Nancy Vuranch, Janet Wayner, John Robinson, Pat Doherty, Al Schei- mann, Mike Harris, Al DiBiasio, Jane Bucknol, Diane Lupo, Sue Picciano, NhCdWh'ttR4JffB'hM'l FOLK CLUB At Folk Club meetings, desks, sprawl on the floor Sherri Chant, Heidi itsc , in y utc ie . ow : e is , an yn Bauer, Pat Skeya, Pam Picozzi, Pat Winkler, Brenda Payer, Ellie Stallings, Eileen Hanna, Bob Wilson. Not Pictured: Geri Adamich. YOUTH POWER Sponsored by the food industry and instituted by Euclid's interested nu- tritionist, Youthpower initiates today's enthusiastic youth into the field of nutritional management. The club merges the scientific aspects of the many food-related careers. members may sit on or perch on stools with guitars that have been carried to school and fitted precariously into lockers. Diverse in pre- ferred postures, the group occasionally divides into folk and rock factions, but the two gladly join to arrange for a guest singer or to exchange songs. The informality and lack of any musical requirement have aided the Folk Club's continued growth. 179 E WORLD AFFAIRS World Affairs Club projects the microcosm of the student into international affairs. Con- troversial discussions and guided analyses stimulate a clearer understanding of foreign countries and lead the student to valid personal conclusions. EUCUYO "Sing, Heavenly Muse . . . l thence invoke thy aid to my adventurous song." Thus laments the poet as he aspires to create a work of literary achievement. lt also echoes the cry of the Eucuyo editor as he pleads with his staff to encourage among the student literary cult a greater and larger variety of material to create a kaleidescope of words, music and art. 2 nam :nr "" it:-I. sul- +- Ulll , In 1 gl 9231 gill EER lei' Row 2: Joanne Bilicic, Don Hiruo, Bill Schmidt, Laura Maaswinkel, Betty Keeler. Eucuyo Bottom Row IL io Rl: Sue Obreza, Linda Sonntag, Linda Klein, Mary Honeycutt, Jane Bucknot, Debbie Hepp. Row 2: Ann Helmuth, Kathy Dereska, Diane Fellman, Betty Keeler, Joan Henderson, Nancy Amacher. Row 3: Deedee Frak, Sue Morris, Barb Nawor, Dan Smolinsky, Geri Adamich, Lisa Bailey. Flow 4: Pat Soltis, Rich Tuckerman, George Karlan, Wes Collins, Marie Meehan, Barb Palmer, Joyce Siat. 180 World Affairs Club Bottom Row KL lo RI: Barb Nash, Donna Smink, ,Joan Henderson, Jan Harvan. I l 1 ' - . 4 Q Qs Q ',,:'r'v lr' Hur gf, 2, iii, grrlrti lfggvf4f,mill.' ,f,, ,, , i L5 mg' 3 ' I lf! 3 ff L ' pi! uf if 'LL il 1 I I , -T , f 'M' 'L ' , tt if-anti 'fkf,14 ri1l'gfrs'rai f'rl U it-l r i gi 133 1 J ! Wm: W AW ,. -it Humanflelations Bottom Flow KL to FU: Mr. Harding. Row 2: Kathy Federico, Sybil Tetrick, Jill Damberger, Kathy Hersh. Elaine Hiruo, Holly Patterson, Beth Zonnevrlle, Kathy Randall, Rita Waterwash, Sue Obreza, Ann Helmuth. Row 3. Russ Fenster, Daryl Capes, Linda Senger, Eva Zucker, Leslie Stratton, Roger Munson, Jay Cost, Vince Gregoric, Dale Nemeth, Tom Collura. National Forensic League Bottom How IL to Ri: Pat Kaston, Carolyn Madela, Belly Grigonis, Marcia Wallace. Row 2: Seth Chazanoff, Debbie Berndt, Becky Otcasek, Leslie Stratton. Raw 3: Sue Soeder, Sherrie Grimes, Karen Katona, Lynne Climo. Row 4: Mike Debevec, Bill Shriver, Gary Bolts, Dave Reinhardt. - Q A A-V 3-ws : 1 is-jf: sv, ,Q 1 - h - ts li.: ,NW .i . , ' 9 181 HUMAN RELATIONS Ignorance of others' problems often causes a misunderstanding of their actions when attempt- ing to solve basic needs. A man's background, race and nationality label and set him apart from the rest of society. Human Relations attempts to break down the walls of prejudice by showing the psychological conditions of others. lt illus- trates, through films, the reasons for their actions and that all people have the same motivations. Armed with knowledge, students learn compre- hension, tolerance and understanding. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Its variety of categories allows individual members of the National Forensic League to specialize. Dramatic Declamation, Extemporane- ous Speaking and Debate all necessitate diligent research and practice. Saturday morning turns from a time of rest to one of competition, leading hopeful members to personal and team victories. VOICE OF ART Voice of Art offers opportunity for freedom of artistic expression. This neophite club produces incentive R " u A - 'E V 5511 fd 4 7,4 , A 147. w ti i X through an annual art show, and rewards the completed masterpiece, generated from an original idea. Voice of Art Bottom Row KL to FU: Pat Volota, Mary Melgun, Sue Raggets, Pam Volota. How 2 Brenda Payer Nanc Tianello Adr'e ne Wells Sh W lt N Y h Fl 3 y , I n , aron o , ancy uranc . ow : Sue Kapler, Gwen Rupert Heidi Nitsch Joy Gliha, Denise Gressley. Not Pictured: Geri Adamich, Chris Penharth, Leslie Robinson, John Margheret STAGE CREW Stage Crew counts among its main skills the technical handling of sets and the ability to produce special effects. Although rarely seen, its members would be sorely missed at assem- blies, concerts and plays. The long evening work sessions evidence success on the night of a production. Stage Crew Standing: Doug Duncan, Sitting KL to FU: Jim Crosson, George Karlan Melinda Baldini, Suzanne Jokela, Linda Reed. 182 ...xl Q : wx . .. V SPECTRUM Rather than dedication to a service, Spectrum seeks only appreciation of the arts. Tickets to movies, plays and performances separate to bring into view the total spectrum of the modern art forms the club investigates. Mr. Ganim at times finds his crew hard to please. Spectrum Bottom How IL to Rl: Carolyn Farkas, Debbie Hepp, Barb Thomas, Jill Damberger, Paula Calabro, Mimi Honeycutt, Linda Reed, Barb Nash, Debbie Naderer, Arlene Floria, Beth Zonneville, Willis Dreisbach, Pam Mahany, Peggy Ballard. Row 2: Lynn Climo, Lynn Fleed, Lynn Hall, Sue Latch, Barb Nawor, Jean Bray, Debbie Henson, Natalie llg, Jane Decatur, Maryann Melgun, Kathy Hersh, Linda Hyle, Pat Prirnoznik. Row 3: Flobin Deegan, Marilyn Haynes, Karen Kiro, Sandy Crawford, Cindy Sak, Karen Shook, Joan Palquta, Laurie Kozar, Claudia Orehek, Jan Debly, Marilyn Melanec, Monica Naworski, Sue Simon, John Margheret. Row 4: Marlene Thweatt, Bonnie Newton, Joan Lewandowski, Laurel Warnke, Betty Keeler, Joan Henderson, Jane Bucknot, Leeann Medevic, Debbie Cherry, Kathy Laurich, Clara Hille, Kathy Horvat, Cindy Kelly, Wayne Cetinich. Row 5: Geri Adamich, Sue Lavrich, Chris Peterson, Cathy Madden, Barb Palmer, Joyce Slat, Jenny Aultz, Jan Bradshaw, Jane Jaquays, Barb Dongress, Sue Jokela, Marian Zalc, Laura Forsythe, Cathy Foster, Shirley Plott, Al Horvath. 183 ' f 'c'-2:15 'Tia V' 93? sg ' 3 .. .mm-f. ... .HIL ..,. . . . Jim... a.. III Ilfi' ., .xazn-zrsir A .M fi' Nsm- , . g . . N 4 ln M W .ur X ' "' mv? M aff 'A V A Q l . 4 , + g 4 ,ff ,Q X i I W al 'Xu sv r J L 5 X " X 17 f 1 r ,f' yu : Fix-l' 5, :':l.f.i??-Lil A as lwlgge, limi .1 A ,ngltlrnukv VV fx law , . 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A ,V X K Q,v..:QX y X it ,N .V . ..-Vw. f . W.. as.. 1-V . V by . . , a " . - --L-5 5 wr Q X- ' ,' 5 ' ' F' 5 V .V "" J i . I Q lj ls' . V .V fi l 'la f 2 3 V 'W' .. VV l A V V , V - --.4 r 4 X V. T 5 er I 1 6 - V -4 rE yr x 5 1 1 1 z ,5 x is ' x 2 r 1 4 . V :V X WX. ' 4 X I ,, , 1. , Q V, -X . V . X' - Y 'L 1 , -1 5 Y . . .' , 'V r - 5 , , . .z Nr M . V - t. . . V , . li V .. . . X V X K , A ! , LV.,-5-. LV- X ' , .. VV -.rt-.,V.-VV ...VS-+Q::V,q VV . Q ' :VV-V., ' V. , ' XV Xl- ' :V "H iff-V X . -V5 TN ' . ' 'V f jmx, ' LV' V - . 184 ' 'V ,J l 4 Q . ff' K X S Af Q lf' 1. an f i 6- Maforette S bstitutes IL to FU Karen S Isby Gloria DeMarlo Bonnie Ne ton Gal The s Nancy Kudunc, Peggy Lovick. MAJORETTES What are majorettes made of? The person in the stands views them as effortlessly putting on a good performance, while to a band member, they may be the girls who come in slacks and rollers to practice each morning. But more than all this, the work of a majorette represents long hours of learning various skills and mastering them to perfection. What are majorettes made of? Not only batons and pompons, but kicks, twirls and a lot of hard work. BAND Weekly perfection of six marching formations and a number of musical selections demand hours of practice from Euclid's band members. Com- petition between the ranks eases the drudgery of learning different half- time shows. Concert season witnesses formation of Concert Band, the ex- perienced musicians, and Cadet Band, those players needing additional in- struction. The ultimate test, perform- ance, challenges the ability of every student pursuing that goal. Band Serge-ants IL to Rl: Vic Markovich, Steve Soloky, Jim Knight. "CEln'i we BACH UD?" Percussive precision .-if 186 CONCERT BAND A band members ticket to fame' FLUTE: Marilyn Bauer Suzanne Delsanter MaryJean DeTomaso Harriet Eglin Leslie Kalan Carole Neumeyer Gale Richardson Elaine Sabo OBOE: Janice Birr Barb Butt CLARINET: Dale Anderson Marty Bartel Dave Bucknot Dean Coolidge Pam Cooney Jane Decatur Mary Dienes Rosemary Gasper Jim Kershaw Barbara Losee Vic Markovich Phil Morlock Dave Onions Dave Rebeck Barb Thomas Donna Yeray Marian Zajc ALTO CLARINET: Darryl McGill BASS CLARINET: Wes Collins Jim Knight Jeff McKee Mary-Margaret Tucci BASSOON: Maggi Carlson Rob Modic Shelley Tarantino ALTO SAXOPHONE: Cindy Anderson Frank Doblekar Nancy Gubanc Jim Tolar TENOR SAXOPHONE David Virginia BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Louis Chos STRING BASS Rick Baranowski CCRNETZ Michael Balale Derrell Capes Bill Christensen Duane Doblar Paul Drotleff Ron Lyman Dennis McBride Kevin Oliveri Rick Punzar Les Sherman Wayne Streble FRENCH HORN Steve Hoedt Judy Neuman Marilyn Ward Richard Wittenmeyer Wayne Zachary TROMBONE: Jim Hinde Bill Ostrander Leroy Williams Frank Yoder BARITONE: Tim Cheadle Jack McKee Mike Sikora John Tolar TUBA: Skip Garth J. P. Horna Steve Soloky Tom Taylor PERCUSSION: Jay Benedict Luane Morgan Michael Mueller Mark Potocnik John Tomino 'SfSN?Cl ORCHESTRA Playing in EucIid's orchestra cul- minates years of practice and deter- mination to excel at a specialized in- strument. Mistakes are not masked by the blare of similar supporting instruments: notes m u st harmonize perfectly. Success finally recognizes efforts with the attainment of a sym- phony sound. E25 Q5 Ill IT ORCHESTRA FLUTES: Carole Fierle Leslie Kalan Carole Neumeyer CLARINET: Marty Bartel Jane Bucknot Pam Cooney John Laszcz Vic Markovich Donna Mae Yeray BASS CLARINET: Jim Knight OBOE: Dave Rebeck BASSON: Cheryl Crawford Bruce Stout CORN ET: Dennis McBride HORN: Fred Arnold Richard Wittenmeyer Wayne Zachary TRUMPET: Paul Kobilsek Joe Laszcz Ron Lyman TROMBONE: Leroy Williams Frank Yoder 188 VIOLA: Joan Henderson Alice Kreit Mary Macke Sue Taddie VIOLIN: Sue Arnold Lisa Bailey Janice Birr Bryan Dadlow Sarah Goslee Brian Macke Carolyn Newness Pat Thompson Nancy Tianello Pamela Volata CELLO: Rick Kehres PERCUSSION: Michael Mueller John Tomino Terry Tryon BASS: Rich Baranowski John Ofciarcik SAXOPHONE: Leland McBride TENOR SAXOPHONE Dave Virginia PIANO: Kris wan X 1 T7 CADET BAND FLUTE: Patty Breed Allison Brown Carol Dann Darlene Franks Chris Gaydos Mary Holloway Sharon Masek Kathy Randall Andrea Simon OBOE: Vicki Festinl Pat Kaston CLARINET: Cliff Burns Sue Drobnick Lana Drummer Carolyn Farkas Cheryl Glubish Gary Jones Annette Kuchling Charlene Reya Joy Scheurman Kathy Tancredi John Tanko BASS CLARINET: Ralph Gibson Mike Mitch Robert Wilson BASSON: Cheryl Crawford ALTO SAXOPHONE: If' James Arko Ext 5 Robert Helm Janice Hocevar Clifford Keyes TENOR SAXOPHONE: Randy Snyder CORNET: Keith Barrett Bob Civic Lennis Gracie Frank Houser Rich Komara Mark Palmer Rich Pereksta Jim Stiscak Leroy Wells BARITONE: Edward Barrett David Cooney Roland Pischinger TU BA: David March STRING BASS: Kris will PERCUSSION: Pat Foy Al Mack Ken Sadar John Tomino ' Q ,.n-9I"1ik's "Have I told you recently how sharp you are?" 189 'x ,. ,sv- S1 CHORAL MASTERS With daily practice and constant reminders to breathe from the dia- 5 g phragm, the ninety-six voices of the ' P Choral Masters swell into one. Each member plays his integral part in capturing the mastered sound. A tune harmonizes more than simple notes, feeling and enthusiasm share an equal role. Songs fuse emotions which ignite Mastersidynamic sound. ,K Denny Mayock lays an egg at the annual Christmas concert, Choral Masters Bottom Row IL to RJ: C. B. Tannehill, Sandy Crawlord, Marty Wilder, Nancy Gere, Annmarie Shewvood, Becky Otcasek, Darlene Euretig, Nancy Williams. Jenny Aultz, Sharon Allen, Sue Sarama, Gayle Kehres, Becky Mann, Cheryl Keyes, Wllis, Ann Dreisbach, Lynda Buchholz, Skye Hurlburt. Row 2: Maria Mistretta, Anne Morley, Shirely Cook, Karen Silsby, Diane Moats, Steve Pred, Kurt Stanic, Mike Roberts, Wilfred Tabb, Jeff Lick, Chris Cameron, Gerry Nielson, Kathy Braddock, Barbara Taylor, Karen Braddock, Jean Acks, Carolyn Rideoul, Row 3: Lauri Ann Hanak, Arlene Jasky, Glena Stillinger, Frank Camloh, Flick Korzeniowski, Patrick Chabal, Craig Zola, George Ruszin, Guy Mclntyre, Peggy Lovick, Patt Ellison, Cheri Kitko, Diane Fink, Debbie Galloway. Row 4: Hellen Dougherty, Lenore Buchholz, Cindy Kelly, Cheryl Laser, Mike Harris, Dennis Mayock, Don Volante, Dave Lewis, Joe Vidulich, Jefl Fagan, Joe Morabito, Dennis Deviney, Jim Stoch, Loren Brumbaugh, Carol Hitchcock, Marty Schwenke, Linda Tucci, Karen Icke. Row 5: Donna Burris, Joan Kadow, Mark Sabula, Jetf Rieder, Terry Flieder, Kendall Staufter, Don Gant, George Gast, Rick Brown, Joe Ciomek, Ray Clancy, Steve Phelan, Tom Cooper, Rick Tavenier, David Reinhardt, Joe Parisi, Bob Smith, Barbi Benson, Rita Zelinsky, Joanne Bilicic, Peg Brigden. 190 VARSITY CHORALE With one year of experiment and experience behind it, Varsity Chorale choruses its effective- ness and versatility. Individual effort crescendoes to group accomplishment as its members strive to achieve blend and precision, Blue blazers combined with twenty-one dedicated students produce a sight and sound of excellence. Varsity Chorale Bottom Row IL to FU Kathy Federico Jane Jaquays Chuck Koelling Lynne Bana, Jill Damberger, Row 2: Marty Eble, Bob Taylor John Francis Tim Lawler How 3 Laurel Warnke Roger Munson Dean Bammerlin Doug Duncan, Dennis Lavorgna, Judy Johnson. Row 4: isHmmf,,,wgq.'4a:e:..w, WL , I ,,,,,Wy,2i . I,-,,,, 59 .L H t 31 T5 Girls' Concert Choir Seated: Gwenn Flupert. Bottom Row fL to RJ: Jessica Burrows, Karen Hilbish, Debbi Hendershot, Bev Anne Winner, Mary Kay Zovack, Jo Ann Fross, Gertrude Friedberg, Janet Springer, Sherrie Chant, Kathy Moats, Marcia Beason, Sally Jost, Maria Pirovolos, Debbie Fatur, Michelle McMullen, Laurie Grlllith. Flow 2 Pamela Roberts, Geralyn Grubac, Kathy Liudahl, Sally Gingell, Floberta Thell, Irene Tiborsky, Karen Holly- lleld, Sue Knox, Sue Lewandowski, Lori Lane, Candi Callaghan, Lori Vollman, Lyn Baldassarre, Connie Marten, Evelyn Nielsen, Emily Hanak. Denise Flees, Barb McAuley, Carol Bures, Kathy Grossman, Mary Lou Zabiek, Peggy Wehrle Row 3' Cathy Tabb, Joann Sadler, Pam Clapp, Sue Picciano, Linda Plavcan, Lynne Jersan, Marilyn Hribar, Donna SBIGWSKI, Julie Sutphin, Marina Thompson, Karen Kiro, Carol Ferlito, Kathy Meighan, Sherry Hrabak, Grace McCreignt, Terri Johnson, Linda Gorjup, Kathie Kever, Frances Lazar, Ellen Geri, Gayle Svetin, Robin Austin, Carol Almgren Flow 4: Star Painter, Judy Sustarsic, Bev English, Nancy Fleed. Maureen Bruening, Char Fiudiak, Janet Wayner, Joyce Wayner, Liz Kurtovich, Cheryl Gockel, Mary Ann Jankovich, Sandy Nurmi, Debbie Berndt, Terry Burkholder, Diane Lupo, Barbara Campana, Kathy Chambers, Marlene Marko, Judi Stross, Charmaine Smith, Carol Phillippe, Barb Blank. Row 5' Cathy Madden, Diane Nemeth, Diane Baron, Pam Stearns, Pam Reilly, Gayle Crown, Debbie Hudak, Linda Kobal, Barb Cigoy, Joan Bensing, Sue Lulller, Pennie Morse, Connie Orebaugh, Marilyn Winters, Suzanne Sabo, Ellie Stallings, Eileen Hanna, Ev Oliverio, Jan Jurcak, Sue Speck, Flobin Cochran, Judy Kozlowski, Gay Jerome, Joan Lewis. C H G I R S Profile in music The Girls' Concert and Cadet Choirs introduce Euclid's vocal program. Enthusiastic direction smooths out a wide range of abilities during the important practice sessions. Hard work prepares the choir novitiate for ascent to another scale of chorus. 192 'TH as , -4 1- "I thought she wanted to clean her glasses!" Raising their voices in rousing chorus Mixed Choir Bottom Row KL to Rl' Diana Pietro, Linda Dteckrnann, Maria Plywacki, Jean Lokar, Cindy Paparizos. Bob Cater. Greg Lawrence, Ste-ve Williamson, Marc Haverlock, Gary Gallagher, Barb Walland, Kathy Rider, Jan Debly, Paula Gulrck, Row 2: Donna Sweet. Natalie llg. Michele Maran, Angie Robers, George Mclntyre, Scott Krelci, Bob Bohinc, Garry Dremel, Judi Lustig, Nancy Kadunc, Nancy Jarchow, Lynn Kotnik, Sue Fike. Row 33 Donna Kostelnik, Betty Keeler, Debby Tinker, Karen Rider, Barb Comport. Donna Murphy, Jayne Miller. Rich Miller, Norm McLeod, Jesse Hamilton, Jim Sheppard, Dennis Straub. Ranee lafelice, Kathy Horvat, Joyce Halter, Sue Simon, Cynthia Conley Row 4: Karen Frank, Lynne Climo, Sara Nantz, Gail Theus, Pam Bosco, Regina Smith, Bruce Troianowski. Mark Rotar, John Blassingame, Forrest Ross, Wes Collins, Lee Peters, Gary Lustre, Doug DeViney, Julie Sajewski, Marian Hodder, Linda Tober, Linda McLaughlin Row 5' Pat Winkler, Ellen Pestak, Pam Newman, Marylin Siders, Bob Bennett, John de Lanqis, Tom Dolter, Bruce Taylor, David Demojzes, Randy Sharon, Tim Larkin, Dean Pasquale, Jean Klein, Cindy Kershaw, Marilyn Haynes, Susan Lewis. 193 i 4 .l"' CAST: NEVER TOO LATE JIM KIMBROUGH ......,.,. William Brown Wayne Smith POLICEMAN ..... . . CARPENTER .....,.,...., Granville Smith MAYOR CRANE ......,... Leonard Robuck MRS. EDITH LAMBERT ...... Marilyn Lucas HARRY LAMBERT ..,... Howard Reminick KATE ......,.r........ Marsha Ftoutzahn GRACE KIMBOUGH ...... Judith Carmody CHARLIE ......... , . . Ronald Harding PLAYS A faculty cast, a bathtub and a toilet A bowl on stage constituted only a small part of the fall play, Never Too Late. Adding play rehearsals to an already busy schedule, teachers worked to perfect and present it. Students com- posed much of the audience, and early skepticism soon vanished as they responded to a comedy not likely to be surpassed in content or presentation. Death Takes a Holiday, the winter play, represented a con- trast to the fall comedy. It combined subtle humor and serious drama with an excellent performance, to reveal "Death" in search of the secret of man's fear of him. Spellbound audiences watched him fulfill his quest and find a love that stretched beyond the schism in life called "Death," ai 'Wi ---W-:If ,,.....f ,awww ,.,,,,-va W.- Zf "l'm going to have a baby' Well, it sure isn't Charlie's Aunt' 'Klan wwf Q HQA. t in , . ., .. 194 ls this grandma's house?" lt's enough to give me gray hair!" Q .M "This is X , . .- XXNWNAQQ f - - nwtegq, w WX V cf htl' M ,, .,'.,,,,Lx: vt A 1 Y YM ... 4- another line mess you've got me into, Stanley!" CAST: DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY CORA .................... FEDELE ......... DUKE LAMBERT ALDA .................... DUCKESS STEPHANIE ,.... PRINCESS OF SAN LUCA . . , BARON CESAREA ......... RHODA FENTON .. Sue Taddie ,... Bill Grant . Steve Phelan Leslie Stratton .. Pam Bosco . Geri Adamich Dave Reinhardt . Debby Tinker ERIC FENTON ... ... Doug Duncan CORRADO ............,.. GRAZIA .................. Floger Munson Betty Grigonis HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, PRINCE SIRKI, y I OF VITALBA ALEXANDRI . .. George Karlan A MAJOR WHITEHEAD ...... Wayne Zachary gn lg.- N 'fr .- ff: 422 2.9, .4 :ve . , ' 2. -'11 K ., i-fs -.:.: sl: ZW 3 ss 4 L1 "-. .,,, Q, il qbnb y ,, - 2 ' ia, if A Z -T i fs 5 j 5 is Junior lnductees Botlom Row fL to RJ: Bill Brigden, Joe Parisi, Janet Crone, Kathy Netschke, Debby Clark, Kitty Ftibar, JoAnn Leppert, Allison Trommetter, John Blass- ingame, Mike Debetec. Row 2: Kathy Randall, Jane Decatur, Anne Flolik, Carol Price, Cindy Paparizos, Ellen Davis, Doug Alecci, Nancy Jarchow, Cindy Kershaw. Row 3: Dennis McBride, Nancy Amacher, Alvera Vargo, Jenny Grabitz, Pam Mahaney, Pat Reese, Louis Chos, Tom Collura, Jeff Fagan, Jean Klein, Marilyn Ward. Row 4: Sue Morris, Rita Zelinsky, Marie Meehan, Joan Henderson, Diana Pietro, Flon Tuckerman, Stewe Pred, Machiko Tokunaga, Janet Mahusky. Row 5: Bill Huffman, Rich Tucker- man, George Karlan, Karen Wade, Barb Gordos, Lori Flugle, Dan Zawack, Steve Phelan, Debbie Galloway, Jim Stoch, Senior Members Bottom Row IL to Ri: Lorraine Courtney, Laurel Letney, Peggy Zust, C. B. Tannehill, Lynne Bana, Barb Nash, Kathy Federico, Vishna Franic, Pat Gibbons. Row 2: Laurie Gulick, Diane Fellman, Sherry Grimes, Laurel Warnke, Marty Wilder, Gloria Flegalbuto, Elaine Sabo, Carol Henikman, Carol Hitchcock. Row 3: Sally Gulich, Marian Zajc, Barb Benson. Ann Helmuth, Nancy Winters, Nancy Williams, Lisa Bailey, Sarah Goslee, treasurer. Row 4: Alec Wightman, vice-president, Thom Kren, Barb Reed, sec- retary: Jenny Aultz, Jan Bradshaw, Betty Grigonis, Shelley Spellman, Joyce Siat, Randy Cebul, Tom Dugan, Row 5: Lee McBride, Bill Fagan, Jim Kershaw, Eric Snyder, Mike Applequist, Paul Nielsen, Dick Clark, Pat Soltis, Rob Modic, president: Tim Lawler. Not Pictured: Barb Butt, Dave DiBiasio, X 196 . ,sxxfhf ..,, ., ,, L . .aN..t..,:..,: President Rob Modic explains the purpose of the National Honor Senior Inductees Eloliom Row fL to Fil: Eric Lyttle, Larry Skapin Row 2' Robe Frank Mocilnikar, Tom Cathcart, Clilf Drobnick, Bill Shaffer, Jim Shilander. Row mario, Michele Svigel, Bonnie Dietrich, Diane Andrews, Kathy Dereska, Dale N Row 4: Leroy Williams, Ruth Von Sick, Eva Zucker, Lin Zadd, Sandy Doles, Bar Naderer, Cathy Foster, Leslie Stratton, Arlene Floria. Flow 5: Sue Susel, Shay K ster, Carol Lehman, Barb Taylor, Cheryl Reed, Nancy Hull. Row 6: Sybrl Tetrick Laura Forsythe, Shirley Plott, Geri Adamich, Bonnie Champa, Barb Palmer, Sue Jay Cost, Greg Huddlestone, Bill Buikas, Richard Schneider, Tom Perchan, Don NATIONAL HONGR SOCIETY Four words- character, leadership, scholarship and service - character- ize the National Honor Society mem- ber. Consistently high grades do not necessarily insure membership: in- dividual character and service to the school merit consideration. Along with functioning as an organization, NHS recognizes the exceptional in- dividual. Society. rt K, Smith, Scott Boettcher, Denny Mayock, Leigh Thomas, Dave Brunson, Al Goldstayn, 3: Janet Miscavish, Rita Vasas, Suzanne Jokela, Jane Milavec, Karen Silsby, Gloria De- emeth, Jill Damberger, Kathy Kadlec, Leslie Robinson, Judy Straughan, Sandy Valenti b Shenk, Pat Faiken, Mary Hrdlica, Mary Jo Klocker, Carol Emmert, John Ferlito, Debra reici, Andrea Focaieto, Jim Knight, Dale Kalamasz, Cheryl Keyes, Martha Bartel. Russ Fen' Rose Marton, Andrea Cable, Carol Fierle, Robert Moskowitz, Dave Virginia Beth Hamby. Kapler. Flow 7: Sandy Brachlow, Karen Lobas, Peggy Lovick, Craig Sharon, Vic Markovich, Shisila, Bill Shriver, Gary Krall, Bob Wallace. Not Pictured: Blanche Pierce. Joyce Siat, Tri-Editor. i , l f- Mfg fha' a .f .,.' :Hfz 0392? 36 4 V M ,a , W ' ig 3 ' as '+I 1 3 N4 '.f'sf',', 1. fa. ,, v,. 4 . A -V . v.'- , fzv-.azz ff, , ,Q ,- 1 3, '-373 I QW ,- Faculty Advisor, Mr. Granville Smith, in a pensive pose. f,,,!,,,... ,. ff.. Gary Pratt, Tri-Editor. Lynne Bana, Tri-Editor. SURVEY EDITORIAL With "if it's been SURVEY-ed, it's i true" as a motto, a dictionary as a mentor and a typing eraser as a panacea, a select group of aspiring journalists produces a publication semi-monthly. Although deadlines loom omnipresent and gutters con- stantly threaten to overflow, a general camaraderie exists among the mem- bers of the staff that manifests itself in frequent parties, rivalry with other publications and the carrying out of time-honored literary traditions that include seeing if swivel chairs really do go all the way around. Through all this comes the recording of events of interest to a variety of students, editorial comment on vital issues and national recognition for superior jour- nalistic achievement. Sw? is all -r"e' , H M-.- Joyce Siat and Dee Frak put their noses to the news. Survey Editorial Staff Bottom Row KL to RI: Mr. Granville Smith, Advisory Sue Morris, Clare H'lle, Barb Go dos, P t B kh l, K'tt Rb S d D I M ' M Row 2: Jim Kershaw, Darryl McGill, Alec Wightman, Jenny Aultz. Flow 3: Joyce Siat, Gary Prlatt, Lynne Bama. a ar urs I Y I ar' an Y Des' awe eehan' MM Va, ' '-.' ' , ,, 1 .., ...I r m , L' ,TTI E s 15, 199 SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF Circulation, selling and distribution require organized effort, while the Survey Business Staff also corres- ponds and exchanges newspapers with numerous schools. The All- School Party, planned and coordi- nated by the staff, earns profits which contribute to the maintenance of a consistently high quality school news- paper. l r 1 l l t Survey Business Staff Bottom How fL to FU: Pam Cooney, Arlene Floria, Sue Simon, Harriet Eglin, Chris Fteinwald. Row 2: Carolyn Pograus, Judy Stiscak, Pam Mahany, Mary MacDougall, Marian Zajc. Sue Simon sorting Surveys. . . . 'i'1-1--1-ww. and here's my weekly installment for Euclidianf' 1 IIN' 'J .-if" if gf A, Fi' si Eating between the lines Survey Business Managers IL to RI: Carolyn Pograis, Finance Projects: Marian Zalc, Advertisingg Mary MacDougalI, Circulation. If it's been Surveyed it's true. ' NQQNXYD A 3 X V +V: -,X Q- .U I. 2, -ov - .. vb 7 V if " ,v14!1""' 4.4 s Euclidean Business l.O.S. Seated IL to FU: Karen Wade, Jane Jaquays, Tom Budas. Flow 2: Sue Weinke, Sue Sivik, Gloria DeMario, Michelle Svigel. Row 3: Andy Newman, Sue Gustelic, Sue Milavec. Eucuyo l,O.S, KL lo RJ: Pat Soltis, Kathy Dereska, Lisa Bailey, Ann Helmulh. Euclidlan Editorial l.O.S. .Sealed KL to FU: Gloria Regalbulo, Barb Butt, Kathy Federico. Row 2: Cindy Paparizos, Jean Lokar, Ellen Davis, Barb Reed, Barb Takiguchi, Carol Price, Diana Komocar, Kathy Flandall, Joanne Allchin, Dave Lawrence. Flow 3: Bill Rice, Bill Brigden, Heidi Nilsch, Jane Decatur, Marsha Elaker. Not pictured: Janel Crone, Diane Fellman, Thom Kren, Eva Zucker, Beth Heglaw. 202 Survey l.O.S. Seated KL to RJ: Mary MacDougali, Lynn Bana, Joyce Siat, Gary Pratt. Row 2' Linda Pawlak, Shirley Toplak. Shelly Spellman, Colleen Skonier, Marian Zalc, Carolyn Pograls, Sue Simon, Kitty Flibar, Clare Hille, Judy Stiscak Row 3: Jerry I-lubaca, Sandy Doles, Nancy l-lull, Sue Morris, Jim Kershaw, Darryl McGill, Steve Phelan Marie Meehan, Flich Moore, Bernice Schultz. Mrs. Martinsen, E-Room Coordinator. E-ROOM Vast expanses, lending themselves to entertainment, comfort and scholarly pursuits, confront the student entering the E-Room. Here a multitude of activities concerning anything from Shakespeare to sodas can be sum- moned. The E-Ftoom increases one's pride beyond its uniqueness in the sense of belonging generated. With "Mom" as its monarch, the E-Ftoom reings as the nucleus of E-motion. 203 INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL International Quill and Scroll honors young journalists of the Euclidian, Eucuyo and Survey staffs. Although members of these publications take their induction for granted, they appreciate the recognition for the both tedious and productive hours spent. The pin and the IOS newspaper represent a journalistic bond trans- cending good-natured rivalry. , ,Q- Karen Shook, Pat Faiken, Layout Managers. 'lm' xr. K v, 1 r- 'A A. xl ' . W- ,- Jr" J. I x Tom Budas, Karen Katona, Ads Managers Vishna Franic, Business Manager. Bottom Row: Sandy Mika, JoAnn Leppert, Katy Shaughnessy, Debbie Tinker. Row 2: Karen Wade, Andi Newman, Sue Milavec, Kathy Netschke. 204 Jane Jacquays, Jan Bradshaw, Sue Welnke. EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF Using "Euclidian calling," a generous smile and shrewd salesmanship, the Business Staff member wins the hearts and orders of numerous local merchants. Summer sales, while the weather matches sunny dispositions, initiate the year: progression to autumn and winter brings cries of "Euclidiaction!" ringing throughout the corridors. Characterized by its own personality, the Busi- ness Staff supplies a relaxed atmosphere allow- ing the Editorial Staff to function without the financial concerns of producing THE BOOK. D 3123633 L43 O DDJ KQXEI I-'A-2?-'af ' 4 Qi." ' x N Y' rg- . ' , .w N Y J 1 ii ,, 42 fu S ,K i ,xi .V x 2--,frwsnv ' XR ., Y. ,rv Xxx, , 0 1 S x X X N, ,Nye NR: ' .. ..,. W .. . X X lx N XX Q Gs Q wb X X X Q XX Ll' A1 UV4 Q ,.-i f, A 3 7 issg- ' NI. X . 2 .. , wrwie ' X W 1 i A K Barb Butt, Editor-in-Chief. Copy Sraff Bottom Row IL to Rl: Diane Fellman, Kathy Federico, Ediiorg Barb Reed. Row 2: Kathy Randall, Mike Debevec, Cindy Paparizos. Art Sfalf KL to Rl: Heidi Nitsch, Barb Palmer, JoAnn Alichin, Barb Takiguchi, Thom Kren, Editor. Sponsors IL to Ri: Mr. Jerry Henderson, Mrs. Michele Spott. X J 3 if'-' O 206 Identification Staff Bottom Flow KL to FU: Eva Zucker, Senior Editorg Janet Crone, Carol Price. Top Flow: Diana Komocar, Editorg Marsha Baker, Jane Decatur. Editors Bottom Row IL to Rl: Diana Komocar, Kathy Federico, Beth Heglaw, Thom Kren. x x yi. i l i I Photo Staff KL to FU: Dave Lawrence, Bill Rice, Ellen Davis, Gloria Flegalbuto, Head Photographessg Bill Brigden, Beth Heglaw, Editor. Gloria Regalbuto, Eva Zucker. Top Row: Barb Butt, ki ' it , L: .il N . . X '9- E 207 4-yu-qw 5 5 f UNDERCLASS I 'Q- px 5 fn ..4.119'4' -111' Xe X X l High school life dissolves the security of the underolassman into sputtering confusion. He wanders about in a frenzy of indecision and frustration. But between .4 .Nt , Q. .L the chaos of new experience and involvement, the underling stumbles onto a new level of comprehension ,. ,- ' aww!! r f mf V D f 'n 9 '-1264"-'f fr-"4 .LN-ifffa '25 ' 2 ' A c "3 ff ' f r 23' , i- HYQS- C eff BNSF? ,A 1 , ,J ' ,W - ' fr ' 1'.P' 5-R. VI, V . 1. War , H - if . V 1 A wk .fn 'i .L "3f'f5-'Y' I X3 , ., . CHX: W, f if ,,w""' E 'W' ' 5 ,ggi ' ff ' f .?f:g:::::g1fffs,g Ln! .. -wiv ,,, N h if eaiigygf- -5 ik an . - V Q, I qiewlg..-, ...iii Q. . , . '-sf:f.'sq f'.-:w.:":.-.wxawwq im, . - Xfzswiqfbsvr-is 5 - zrfssfsi . X, , . .i .i.f.,H-. ..xe,A,ff3gf3,ygglfezi,e Kaliillssira. " - ..f. X -.1-,x. - y .-Q-rx - ,- , ., ,3.S.,.i, . . ...ape-bvvmv. , - fb? Junior Class Officers KL lo Ri: Debbie Galloway, Vice-President, Brigden, Presidenl "Gum'? On the seal?" 2 ,NG '33 212 Steve Phelan, Treasurer, Debbie Capella, Secretary: Bill Miss Blechschmid Dunbar, Janel Don Diane Dragolich, Bottom Row iL to Ri: avon, Willis Dreisbach. Helen Dougherty, Sue Guy Dunn, Bob Dudek, Mark Dvorak. Row Ted Ehlert, William Dornbusch. Row 5: Miss Blechschmid, Diane Dunbar, Jane Row 2: Debbie Erdman, Harriet Eglin, Dritz. Row 3: Burt Emig, Bob Elder, 4: Joe Dudek, Rich Eder, Tom Carney, George Dzura, Charley Drake, Chuck Drazdik, Don Emmert, Mike Donlin, Not Pictured: Roger Eastabrooks, Frank Dremel, Linda Erskine. V, H lm lid is , Mrs. Baumeister Bottom Flow IL to FU: Barbara Baka, Nancy Arnacher, Kathleen Auldridge, Jean Acks, Carol Abazia, Janice Bahr, Karen Balasko. Row 2: George Anderson, Charles Arnold, Dale Apicello, Celena Andrews, Roxanne Alphonso, Cheryl Arendt, Augusta Artino, Barbara Ames. Row 3: Fred Arnold, Robert Anderson, Thomas Aquilano, William Anderson, Leonard Adams, Francis Albanese. Row 4: Fred Essex, John Aleksic, MacDonald Bailey, Anthony Bablc, Dale Anderson, Doug Alecci. Mrs. Alvarez Bottom Row IL to Rl: Lynn Detweiler, Linda Dezelon, Loretta Devine, Karen Doak, Antoinette DiSanto Suzzanne Delsanter. Row 2: Linda Dieckmann, Dorothy Dengel, Linda Dickie, Janis Doherty, Diane Denison, Kathy Dipko. Row 3: Mary Dienes, Glenn DiBiasio, Samuel Derby, Frank Doblekar, Keith Dole, Mary DeTomaso. Flow 4 Joseph Burya, Dave Dodge, Dennis Derganc, Dennis DeViney, Duane Doblar, Thomas Dolter. Flow 5: Flay Doehring Phillip Deluca, John DeLangis, David Demolzes, Frank Dengel. JUNIORS 'xr Mr. Chambers Bottom Row fL to Rl: Mr. Chambers, Pamela Bosco, Diane Bradley, Janet Francis, Jean Bray, Lyn Brooks, Kathy Bolon. Row 2: Mike Dworning, Sue Bork, Roberta Bosco, Anita Brommer, Debbie Bohanon, George Braidich, Row 3: Don Boker, Larry Bole, Jim Bock, John Blassingame, Wayne Black, Sam Boreave. Row 4: Jett Booms, Walt Brady, Bill Breznay, Vaughn Brothers, Bernie Bozak, Bill Brigden. Mrs Fug Rick Fnorelln Pat Fnorelln Frank Ferrato Flow 4 Ken Bumhart Cal Pusher Nuck Farmaccu Tom Funan Kelly Fnedel Paul Faster Dan Faragov ff!! 55 ' 'A .. - ' U U ' , Wigs. ,- rj iii Mr. Eckert Bottom Row KL to FU: Shirley Cook, Diana Coopers, Barbara Correll, Barbara Comport, Diane Cesen, Debby Clark. Row 2: Barbara Cirino, Kathy Clemens, Diane Churney, Sharon Cheraso, Linda Cornwell, Beth Climo, Row 3: Thomas Collura, Wayne Clough, Richard Cotton, Wesley Collins, Grant Corbett, Tim Clark, Row 4: Dennis Coughlin, Tom Cooke, Kenneth Chudzik, John Collura, John Clark, Thomas Cooper. Miss Fogarty Bottom Row KL to Rl: Martha Davis, Jackie Day, Jan Debly, Ellen Davis, Madeline David, Robin Deegan. Row 2: Elruce Deister, Pat Cuchiara, Kathy Debeliak, Roxann Cutshall, Debby Crombie, Mike Debevec. Row 3: Jim Crosson, Joe Ciomek, Jack Craigs, Ray Dacar. Row 4: Randy Crupper, Tom Crawford, Len Crawford, Ken Dardis, Carl Behum. Not Pictured: Ambrose Criado, Tom Curtis, Bob D'Apice, Ted Bester. Miss Clark Bottom Raw IL to Rl: Jill Battung, Janet Bizzarri, Jeanette Barber, Gail Behm, Melinda Baldini. Row 2: Patricia Barkhurst, Linda Biederstedt, Susan Balogh, Deborah Beck, Barbara Andrich. Row 3: Miss Clark, Jay Benedict, Robert Beckwith, Richard Banko, Ed Bishop. Row 4: Garry Bice, Doug Cable, Jack Bazan, Ross Ben- nett, Scott Barrett. Row 5: Robert Baur, Eric Benedum, Mike Baumiller, James Bambam, Tony Berzin, Richard Baur. Not Pictured: Linda Banas, Renee Bermond. Us Mr. Hoffart Bottom Row IL to HJ: Janet Kos, Linda Kokal, Sharon Kolb, Donna Kostelnik, Patricia Kotnik, Beverly Krall, Norma Korosec, Barbara Kneale, Barbara Kowicki. Row 2: Mike Kosky, Paul Kobilsek, Stephen Kral, Laurie Kozar, Lynn Kotnik, Hillard Koeth George Kovacic, Mr. Hotfart. Row 3: John Gannon, Gary Kopec, Bill Korthals, Jim Krakora, Gary Kosec, Scott Koffel, Rich Korzel niowski, Bob Kotnik. Not Pictured: Lou Kraska, Tom Kovach, Rich Komara, Cliff Kort. Mrs. Gorslene Bottom Row KL to RJ: Mrs. Gorslene, Joyce Haffer, Linda Greer, Denise Gressley, Shereen Hagburg, Michelle Hahn. Row 2: Jerry Glick, Barb Gordos, Jenny Grabitz, Jan Gustetic, Cindy Grimsic. Row 3: Ron Guenther, Mike Graham, Bill Lehmann, Steve Gron. Row 4: Mel Gurry. V, Paul Hanley, Fred Grupe, Dave Granchi, Gary Grum. Row 5: Jeff Greer, Dale A' Glicker, Gary Gudaitis, Bob Grasgreen, Steve Hadyk. Not Pictured: Joy - fr Gliga, Shirley Griffis, Gail Gugliotta, Cheryl Glubish, Nancy Gubanc. meg 'M 'nh' l . I , Mr. Glaser Bottom Row lL to Rl: Barbara Gates, Kathy Gamber, Judy Gansen, Linda 'i ff"f'f-i"1-"' "'- ' ' ' -, . ' n ' Gawel, Paulette Geller. Row 2: Donna Leasure, Linda Gibbons, Marty Geyer, Debby , Galloway, Mickey Garlroza, Charlotte Gillespie. Flow 3: Flon Gadish, Wayne Gephart, Nick Gianlorti, Sandy Gill. Row 4: Ernie Gallo, Max Gast. Don George, Charles Genaro, Bruce Gemmell. Flow 5: George Gast, Pat Gavin, Don Grant, David Harper. 216 JUNIORS ,INE 55 TA rr' vnaumz ' hi. Q.. '5 Mr. Gorman Bottom Row KL to FU: Chris Lovejoy, JoAnn Leppert, Kathy Lutz, Jean Lokar, Lynn Leotta. Row 2: Sue Lewis, Bonnie Lobdell, Sharon Lipko, Judi Lustig, Flosernarie Luksic. Flow 3: Maria Lucci, Sharlene Lopez. Zoltan Lorinczy, Carol Lesiak. Row 4: Flon Lokar, Bob Lemmo, Larry Little, Connie Lytle. Row 4: Mr. Gorman, Ken ,, Lloyd, Mike Lisko, Wayne Leybeck, Dan Luich. Row 6: Jim Lyle, Wayne Lohmeyer, Bob HAVE Euclidding me? Lonchar, Dave Lewis, Bob Love. Not Pictured: Linda Lewis, Rich Levak. Mr. Gallagher Bottom Row IL to Rl: Barbara Jerele, Theresa Jeran, Linda Kadlec, Georgette Kaparic, Arlene Jasky, Laurie Jewett, Nancy Kadunc, Leslie Kalan, Chris Holden. Row 2: Mark Kapec, Avram Kaminsky, Arthur Kallal, Mary Jasniecki, Nancy Jarchow, Brad Jones, Craig Johnson, Mary Jelenic. Row 3: Jim Jorz, Paul Kacprzak, Jim Jeric, Flon Jezeski, Earl Jones, Frank Kaparic, Jim Kaim, Stan Kalasunas. Not Pictured: Bill Grant, Joe Janosik, Jerri Johnson. W Q 9 in 1 1-,, t, r 3 .,. 217 l :N -was 71 V ' 4- s-av k J A n H' ite Debbie Henson, Kathy Hersh. Row 2: Maureen l-leid, Joan bie Haverlock Rita Halsey, Lynn Hall, Cherie Hasko, Mr. Hoftert Bottom Row KL to RJ: Phyllis Hinton, Ann Hana , o n :gn , Henderson, Pat Helmick, Marilyn Haynes, Ann Langlois. Row 3: Mr. Hoffert, Deb Patrice Havreberg. Row 4: Ken Hanson, Doug Hennie, Ken Hassink, Richard Ha Helm, Bill Hegedus. Not Pictured: Jim Hinde, Janice Herp. user, Greg Hay. Row 5: Jack Haney, Ron Hendy, Bob X . . .... XXX, ., N - sri:siEif:i:k5:s:5.s:g:,.s.t-'NX X' ,'-X,-4-X5.'?-f.:r--35:f:::1f: f 'Z xx: X ,X -1... -, X M XXX- a EX, -Xucbgtjgbgsfx' XQNFX- S' YRNXX P 'Q , :5fQ:e,Jf::x-. 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Q'-S-X , x . ,:-: 4 f.- :X 1. 1:22-. -1.1:rs-::fa?::-1:s-s:f:5:s::fX X 1-' .':.-X ..,-:al-E ,- , ' xx . : -:X-sf. . '-: v ' " 'WW X21 ' I 41536,5-I:-4""15:-I-: ' ' NIH:-S x1 ,,,.,. ,'5i:'5Z-'-55' " ,Ef5: -.- V z?.. "'f'2:,-':.1"rji 'Y-':E'., Z iFEfSS?:5f?X tx f - X X - -'--i ' x ix -XX 1 . XV- -- :j--, S' - X ': .E,fI,":rQ' . X -Q, H ". 1 N , X. Xj' ' Xe ' ' X X, XF OX - ' .. ..., 57552 x X .- ,X-55" XX Q-Xggg X X sir.-.-Xxx X X-N QXXX-, :XX-Ne,-XX-X-a-. , X " -.ff .lr2i?:E1iFfXf'x1 'X :- P X- - XXX WX. - . -X Twykvff' ax,-get " -1- .5 , Wfs.i,:--Xgx.XXgf- Xen- X- X K, X X--, -X1 -:XX FEMEXQ 59:53. Xi. SX 5 ' s'-X ANL-Xx-XW . x -N W, N XXXXXXX,-,i , X QX, 5--Q, Kern, Doug Knaus, Terrance Karda, Richard Kipp, Herbert Klich. Not Pictured: Michael Kelleher, Dale Kardos, John Kekis, Joseph Knack. Mrs. Horn Bottom Row IL to Rl: Donna Murphy, Mary Mog, Carol Murphy, Gale Mocarski, Gloria Minerovic, Mrs. Horn. Row 2: Ray Minillo, Marcia Mlakar, Sue Morris, Karen Mohorich, Carol Miltner, Phyllis Morris. Rachel Money. Row 3: Robert Modic, Wil- liam Mobbs, Robert Murry, Dale Nagy, Robert Mooney, Paul Nutter, Matjaz Mlakar. Row 4: Roger Motiska, Charles Mukavetz, Gary Morse, Larry Murg, Phillip Murg, Michael Mitch, Robert Miller, Dusan Mlakar. Not Pictured: Dwight Morton, Luane Mor- gan, Phillip Morlock. ,X-A we v - :X r X. gp--.af ,... . JA -- es., .. , D 2+-qt ,- .,,Lj,.:i-.:".:1,5,,A,. , R , xi' -4, - "vw ' - ' us-. We X. h A. M, A W .3 X, Davis messing around. , 1- 7? in so .H I K l r Ml. Hungerford Bottom Row IL Io Rl Linda Hyle, Noreen Huntley, Natalie llg, Jackie Hulewicz, Debbie Hornsby. Row 2: Ranee lafelice, Nancy Hoffman, Patricia Hoernrg, Carol Krause, Skye Hurlburt, Brent Howe. How 3: Karen lcke, Kristina Jankus., Marian Hodder, Kathy Horyat, Bob Jaffe. Row 4: Bill Huffman. Art Iacofono, Hank James, Sturat Irvine, Steve Hunn Row 5: Jerri Hubacka, Art Jaklic. Ed Humbert, Steye Intihar, Tom Hrastar. Mr. Jenkins Bottom Row IL to RI: Laura Leighton, Adrienne Kust, Susan Latch, Patricia Kunc, Barb Lawrinson. Debbie LaFliccia. Row 2: Sue Larick, Sandra Leicher, Alice Kreit, Cheryl Laser, Lynn LaFolIette, Linda Lawrence. Row 3: Robert Kuret, Ken Kucinski, Frank Kren, Matthew Laznik, Gary Krivok, Cynthia Lally. Row 4: Mike Laughlin, Joe Krnc, Doug Kravos, Dennis Laseak, Walter Kre- nisky. Row 5.' George Lynes, Jim Lardin, John Laszcz, Joe Lehman. - ig-5.4 af' 219 JUNIORS as gf, sz il L 2' 'Cf 'A '-,L'ff:::,5k "rf 121511-,,:1.::t. 1 4 A . , c. 'l'iz'.tur:3iu1 'ii "ll ,'G',L'.QLL'.XL'm ff if K .' gg , ' ' I f , 5 f -zswfir ' .. Q, 5 , V 1 Mrs. Oliver Bottom Row IL to RJ: Carolyn Newness, Jane Noles, Susan Nesbett. Candace Obreza, Fay Osborne, Heidi Nitsch, Row 2: Andrea Newman, to FU: Lorie Rugle, Robin Ross, Kathy Rider, Anne Rolik, Theresa Rogaliner. Flow 2: Karen Ruuska, Martha Roskos, Linda Rohr, Angie Rcbers, Carolyn Rideout, Sally Rose. Row 3: Betty Roberts, Virginia Pick, Karen Rider, Louise Roskos, Tom Rudd, Alan Russ. Row 4: Abe Mandzuch, Craig Russell, Tim Rooney, Bob Rozman, Ed Ritz, Dan Penny. Row 5: Steve Rolfe, Jett Peterson, Mike Roberts, Jett Rieder, George Russell, Brian Rutkie. Mr. Muchesko Bottom Row fL Someone's always watching. 5.4 N n R X' -X, fa :gn ...lx fs .0-o A Q . XX E 9 5 1 if S' z I R 5 '1 Faye Nyle, Sara Nantz. Barb Nawor, Mr. Rackovan Bottom Row IL to FU: Fran Radwanick, Kris Reisinger. Carol Price, Kathy Randall, Kitty Flibar, Row 2: Mr. Rackovan, Kathy Reimer, Gale Richardson, Rosie Pringle, Margene Richter, Mary Reichman. Row 3: Greg Rankin, Pat Reese, Donna Pungerchar, Chris Rexrode, Bill Rask, George Proko- povich. Row 4: Rick Punzar, Mark Rice, Jeff Reichard, Edward Reagan, Chester Reymander. Row 5: Dave Reinhardt, Tom Rich, Bill Rice, Chris Reece, Jim Ramos, Paul Nutter. ,T ,fi e , f ,.'-- . ,. . r ' v- 2 -- v":rs. .L ,X 2' .1 .N-wg-vis H 4 X1 T0 A Aim., ' 5 'ug f 'fs 3' 1 Ox 220 7,,,, Kathy Nowaskowski, Pam Newman. Row 3: Jim Nosse, Lee Neuvirth, Alan Nemeth, Rick Nemecek, Jack Obreza, Kathy Netschke, Martin Reagan. Flow 4: Robert Niemczura, David Nickles, Gary Newman, Dave Nungesser, Tim Neidermeyer, Don Nevar, John Ormston, Art Nardy. X 'V w., . 1 -me -., fl ew. . R X RNA Mrs. O'DonnelI Bottom Row KL to Rl: Mrs. O'Donnell, Laura Mantz, Judy Matjasic, Pam Ma- hany, Becky Mann, Janet Mahusky. Row 2: Libby Mantz, Michele Manlredonia, Ann Richards, Karen Matoh, Pam Martin. Row 3: Katherine Marshall, Michele Maran, Kathleen Marsh, Mary Jane Marino, Nancy Mates. Row 4: Linda Mantz, Brian Macke, Anthony Mauceri, Mark Mamrack, Kenneth Marincic. Row 5: Ken McCreight, Sam Marino, Gregory Mann, John Maletic, Roy McDonald. g1r.ANog Bollam Flow IL to Rl: Joanne OfConnor, Joan Palguta, Jan Pawlechko, Barb Paganie, Sue Pales, Germaine Palmer, Claudia Orehek, Pat Pavis, Marlene Daclq Parka Olosky. 'Row 2: Jim Payer, Jimk Papa, Brenda Payer, Ellen Pestak, Cindy Paparizos, Diane Paulauskas, Dave Panichi, Paul Pavlovich, Mr. Nold. Flow 3: ennis al o, Pat OConneIl, Gary Pecek, Mike ODonneIl, Frank Patterson, John Pecon, Frank Patton, Joe Parisi, John Oznowich. Not Pictured: Cathy Orazen. eww, Q 1 g if is , 'fi , l ' . I I i W ' 'Q . 8.1 i AM lr .K lee' 1 Y' tr Q 5 I9 I ---y 221 .WI 4 I CI Mr. W. Smith Bottom Row fL to RJ: Alvera Vargo, , 'Q N .,! 25 Q' I I . .U sl Marcia Vanek, Theresa Vantilburg, Pam Volota, Pat Volota, Joan Vargo, Barb Walland. Marcia Wallace. Row 2: Bob Vidmar, Janice Walters, Mary Ann Vojtek, Karen Vahcic, Karen Wade, Kathy Vance, Mr. W. Smith. Row 3: Dave Vandeveer, Paul Vincent, Ed Walters, Phil Vollman, Jim Vinci, Bob Verner, Steve Vasas, Don Vibbert, Row 4: Dave Sustarsic, Don Volante, Bob Vunderink, Vic Valli, Joe Vidulich, Gary Vaccariello, Kent Vibbert. Not Pictured: Gregg Wallace, Richard Vincil, Randy Scott. if it f 5 K lv Q ' f F' 'z 4."7',.. ' i' 2 J' A ' V., "..-fa Y I ' wt- ' 1.2 5 k '- ' 'S ': - is x . ' X 4 . I NX We K X is k t -W' . I xv-0 f 7 s ES Mr, Rose Bottom Flow !L to Rl: Linda Messenger, Rita Melton, Jayne Miller, Sandra Mika, Judy McRae, Leeann Medevic. Row 2: Mr. Boguski, Student Teacher: Pat Merver, Karen Michalski, Ellen Mikovich, Jacqueline Miller, Debra Merritt, Mr. Rose. Row 3: Margie Mik- lavcic, Sue Milavec, Linda Miklavcic, Marilyn Milavec, Marie Meehan, Gregory Measles. Row 4: Edward Mikolic, Richard Miller, Donald Newman, James Magri, Ricky Miklavcic, Jerry Michalski. Row 5: Dan Merritt, Michael Medves, Chuck Miller, Tom Mezzacappa, David Meyer. Not Pic- tured: Tim McTigh. 222 "You've got the prettiest cuticles l've ever seen." Mr. G. Smith Bottom Row IL to Rl: Barbara Tolchinsky, Cathy Tyrrell, Allison Town, Machiko Tokunaga, Sue Surrena. Flow 2: Linda Toth, Pat Timlin. Dorothy Trunkely, Gio Ulizzi, Linda Tober, Debby Tinker. Flow 3: Rose Tratnik, Laura Tomcko, Earlene Tonkin, Allison Trommetter, Debby Uchbar. Row 4: Mr. G. Smith, Cherene Thweatt, Jeanne Tobin, Richard Trebec, Terry Tryon. Flow 5: Rich Tuckerman, Jim Turk, Ron Tuckerman, John Tolar, Jim Thomas. JUNIORS l Mrs. Schneider Bottom Row IL to FU: Donna Sebusch, Clare Schneider, Dorothy Schneider, Katie Shaughnessy, Sue Sarama. Row 2: Miss Wesler, Student Teacher: Susan Sever, Peggy Schroeder, Mary Ann Savoca, Denise Schmaltz, Cheryl Schmeltzer, Mrs. Schneider. Row 3: Rich Schwabauer, Randy Sharon, Mel Scharlau, Alan Sadar. Row 4: David Shaner, Ron Samsa Joseph Serksnis, John Sever, Row 5: Bill Schmidt, Tom Severino, Charles Schmid, William Saplak. Row 6: Jack Sullivan, Bob Schultheis, Gary Breeden, Bob Schauer, Wayne Schmidt. Not Pictured: Bill Scurka, Ken Sadar, Julie Salewski, Marina Schwenke, Irene Scheel. 4 -0 Q, . 4 -4 'I I X , .r Q 5 . A 5 x f' . ' H is 3 , 2 1 ,Q , S, it V Mr. Raicevich Bottom Row IL to HI: Linda Pignatiello, Victoria Pistone, Sandra Penca, Pamela Picozzi, Diane Pietro, Janet Plovock. Maria Plywacki, Patricia Powers, Roberta Piccirillo. Row 2: Paul Pink, James Petardi, Valerie Pettit, Constance Popovic, Janet Picciotti, Barb Petrochic, Marcia Pestotnik, Tom Prendergast. Row 3: Joseph Polis, George Ruszin, Michael Petruzzi, Bob Peternel, Steve Pred, Steve Phelan, Bob Podobnikar, Gerald Picciano, Mr. Raicevich. Not Pictured: Mark Potocnik, Jerry Perish. 223 I E f - f Mr. Harper Bottom Flow IL to Rl: Cheryl Glublsh, Luane Morgan, Cindy Anderson, Janet Crone, Gail Theus, Nancy Kadunc, Carol Murphy, Jane Decatur. How 2: Mark Potocnik, Mary Dienes, Nany Gubanc, Sharon Masek, Jim Hinde, Donna Yeray, Marilin Ward, Dennis McBride. Row 3: Darryl McGill, Jeff McKee, Louie Chos, Dean Coolidge, Pat Foy, Richard Komara, Steve Hoedt. Mrs. Thomas Bottom Row IL to Rl: Sue Spears, Adria Soeder, Jean Stamberger, Sue Starzynski, Pat Stephens, Linde Sonntag, Pat Stanton, Linda Stewart, Joan Stegh, Barbara Slrazier, Chris Srnick. How 2: Mike Szabo, Darwin Spiker, Tom Springer, Kurt Stephens, Glenna Stillinger, Debbie Stocker, Sue Soeder, Vivian Sobole, Roseanne Somrack, Bar- bara Sterling. How 3: Lee Staskunas, Vic Stankiewicz, John Stalzer, Joe Stanfield, Tom Stravarace, Steve Smith, Gary Stillwagon, Kurt Stanic, Jim Stoch, Steve Snyder. , iv: Mr, Taylor Bottom Row IL to Rl: Shelia Zurc, Adrienne Yentz, Dana Zmijewski, Rita Zelinsky, Nancy Zonar, Cynthia Tadal, Phyllis Yeager, Cynthia Wutchiett, Sally Yozipovich, Gayle Zitnik, Chris Zingale. Row 2: Bob Zeman, Craig Zola, Byron Wilton, Diane Young Leo Zupancic, Jeff Zelko, Gerry Zimmerman, Dennis Yert. Row 3: Mr. Taylor, Ken Zylowski, Chuck Zuchelli, Jim Yane, Chris Zalewski, Bob Yacas, David Zovack, Joe Znidarsic, Dan Zawack. Not Pictured: Donna Yeray. xl Q9 B' E s QQ sy. ' 1 'f v- X - .iss .-t -a, 'xx :Q JUNICRS 'gig X Xxx :SRX X t Ex 224 ' N I V Ei . Mrs. Toth Bottom Row fL lo FU: Barb Takiguchl, Linda Swaney, Susan Taylor, Linda Tabb, Donna Sweet, Row 2: Marcia Swart, Susan Takacs, Gayle Swart, Linda Taylor, Kathleen Sturm, Linda Strylewski. Row 3: Paul Whyte, Wilfred Tabb Ill, Carl Susman, Robert Taub, Richard Tavenier. Row 4: Ronnie Swan- son, William Swaidner, David Templeton, William Swisher, Bruce Taylor, Larry Sutter. Row 5: Phillip Stryiewski, Michael Sullivan, Rod Sullivan, James Sulen, Stanley Tanski, John Tanko. Not Pictured: Gail Theus, Charles Taylor. 41 X Mr. Stelnbrlnk Bottom Row fL to FU: Barb Webb, Rita Waterwash, Katherine Wesley, Jackie Weber, Marlon Wilson. Row 2: Sandy Worden, Sue Weinke, Peg Wehagen, Rosy Weir, Sharon Wolf. Row 3: Bill Walworth, Jim Williams, Craig Wiblin, Chris Wilcox, Pat Winkler. Row 4: Jay Willard, Ken Zakraysek, Wayne Wolfe, Tom Wendorff, Stuart Weindel. Flow 6: Scott Winkleman, John Wolf, Carl Weiss, John Weber. Not Pictured: Marilyn Ward, Richard Wittenmyer. 1 Walton. Row 5: Nick Wanchik, Richard Webb, Dwight Williams, Alan Williams, Carl S W '?' . 7 f -1 Mrs. Wllllams Bottom Flow IL to Rl: Margaret Sirk, Diane Sluga, Cheryl Smith, Linda Sigmon, Judy Skrlnlar. Row 2: Susan Sivik, Regina Smith, Dianne Sinkovec, Theresa Sivert, Sharon Skartved, Row 3: Al Simons, Tom Shumar, Tom Smith, Nader Yomtove, Marilyn Siders. Row 4: Mike Siston, Doug Smeltz, Robert Smith, Fred Skolaris, Howard Sieferd. Row 5: Len Sigal, Ron Siedler, Mike Smith, Gary Smith, Rick Shirk. Not Pictured: Annemarie Sherwood, James Skorich, Wesley Thomas. 225 Mr. Cox Boltom KL to Rl: Karen Walahn, Janice Vargo, Susan Urban, Mary Vincil, Karen Stemac, Lynn Valentino, Lorrain Vollman, Nanc Vuranch, Jani W Mr, Cox Row 2' Doug Van Korngul, Paula Ugrinic, Debra Vilcheck, Bonni Van Doyen, Debbie Von Gunten, Debra Warren, Mary Udovic, Flow 3 Anthony Volpe, Darrel Uchbar, Frank Volpe, Bob Voase, George Vinci, James Watkins, John Walsh, Bruce Voll, Gary Wassil. 3-fs 355 0,-tw ,, Q I I I l 5 . ., fl n I 1 ,1 if l ,,,, 44 3 fl Qi-.1 , 5199 Q, 5 ,, Mr. Calvert Bottom Row fL to RJ: Marilyn Bauer, Lynn Baldassarre, Marcia Beason, Valerie Barabas, Beverly Backert. Row 2: Connie Barsiow, Joan Bensing, Diane Baron, Barbara Barbato, Dave Bayko, Russ Balvkin. Row 3: Flon Barbish, Jim Bauman, Gregory Beaumont, Jim Benko, Terry Beckwith, Mr. Calvert, Row 4: Tom Baron, Ivor Bork, Bob Barbish, Jim Barrick, Gene Berardinelli, Roy Baumeisler, SOPHOMORES X ,f 1 y e ayner Janet Volpe, David Wagner The team scrubs E . . Cx... 'fi .Mr ..f Mr. Backos Bottom Row IL to RJ: Kathryn Ausec, Susan Abramczyk, Carol Almgren, Shirley Adams. Flow 2. Louis Arko, James Arko, Robin Austin, Mary August, Anderson. Flow 3: Scott Amos, Carole Baer, Mary Ellen Bajec, Michele Aaro EWR I'15OI'1, Flow 4: Michael Balale, Frank Azman, Mark Allison, Thomas Anderson, Ralph An- drews. Row 5: Robert Adams, James Ayers, Walter Allchin, Robert Ashley, R Centa. Not Pictured: Mary Babudar, Margaret Coughenour, Steve Adams. obert 5. ll J Mlss Barrel! Friedberg, Row 2: Laura Foy, Carole Fier, Darlene Franks, Miss Barrell, Liana Fisher, Cathy Force, Kathy Fox, Anna Botlom Row IL to Rl: Marilyn Ford, Jill Fowle, ! 'a . JoAnn Fross, Gertrud Jere Foster. Row 3: Fugina. Row 4: Bill Francis, Lisa Francis, Linda Ford, Louise Francis, Judy Fierle, Linda Fltzmaurice. Row 5: Tony Fuerst, Bob Bohinc, Bob Adams, David Fidel, Pictured: Tim Fier, Joe Fioritto, Jim Fitzsimmons, Richard Mrs. Cowan Bottom Row IL to Rl: Debbie Rash, Debbie Reese, Audrey Rast, Jane Raggets, Marilyn Puz, Maureen Ray, Denise Rees, Carol Raino- vich, Gloria Richards, Mrs. Cowan. Row 2: Denise Reichman, Chris Richardson, Sue Raggets, Nancy Reed, Marie Rapkin, Frances Reymander, Linda Rich, Pam Reilly, Judy Ratlifl. Flow 3: Gary Radatz, Leonard Ridilla, Dan Reingardt, Richard Reese, Dennis Riggs, Rick Racich, Tom Raymond, Karl Reinbolt, Jim Ready, John Rascan. ffwfv iii' 1 1-ff' feb Mike Fitzgerald. Not Francis, Ralph Frey. JW SCPHOMORES 3' l 3- , .. 3 e 3 1 L,, R ,v b l N I' .t es. .A Mrs. Curran Bottom Row IL to FU: Flobin Cochran, Linda Cotman, Barbara Cigoy. Mr. Diehl Bottom Row IL ro Rl: Sherry Chant, Denise Caprelta, Debbie Campbell, Candice Callagher, Carol Cefaratti. Row 2: Robert Cater, Barbara Campana, Kathy Chambers, Jessica Burrows, Stephan Chaney. Row 3: James Busser, Robert Callow, Geoflry Carter, James Calandra, Tyrone Carnes. Row 4: James Caldrone, William Busch, Mark Castelletti, John Carr, William Carlson, David Carruthers. Chiotolo, Mr. Daugherty Bottom Row L to RI: Kathy Kubitz, Frances Lazar, Carol Kwasny, Terry Levine, Lori Lane. Row 2: Mr. Daugherty, Fred Carole Laukiavich, Janet Lewis, Liz Kurtovich, Bob Lees. Row 3: Larkin, Gary Kubiez, Mike Leach, Rich Kumel, Gerry Kurowski. Not 228 Row 2: Roger Cherne, Tim Cheadle, David Cooney, Michael Araps, Seth Chazanoff. How 3: Sterling Child, David Cimperman, Ed Costello, John Chiofolo. Row 4: Jim Robert Civic, John Clapacs, Joseph Connelly. How 5: Charles Clark. William Christensen, Terry Chubb, John Churney. Row 6: Patrick Coghill, Gerald Coleman, Robert Cigoy, Frank Cherney, Not Pictured: Pamela Clapp, John Clouser, Sherry Collister. Mary Lemmo, Sue Lewandowski, Karen Lesler, Robbie Hill, Peggy LaBarbera, Jones, Greg Lawrence, Diane Leskiewicz, Nancy Laufer, Joni Lapinskas. Terry Lampert, Dennis Granchi, Frank Grossman, Jo Kaszcz, Ed Lee, Tim Pictured: Annette Kuchling. N83 5 Mrs. Fanno Bottom Row KL to Rl: Kathy Erdelsky, Engles, Row 2: Denise Elshaw, Gayle Eble, Pete Bob Fedor, Kelly Enders, Jim Ellison, Richard Eble M 8t M's melt in your pocket, not ln your hand. s 5 E 3 ? if .. Q fum I Carolyn Farkas, Roxanne Everett, Debbie Fatur, Carol Ferlito, Ann Evans, Vicki Festini. Linda Fatica, Diane Dybzinski, Ed Evanick, John Fatica, Diane Ferencak, Joann Felz, Bev English, Al Edelman. Row 3: Dave Engelking, , Dan Ferris, David Fanney, Garry Dremel, Bill Ecker. Not Pictured: Bruce Fasuk Mr. DeMora Bottom Row IL to Rl: Sue Brezec, Donna Brod, Betty Broos, Cindy Brocone, Mr. DeMora. Row 2: Bonnie Bubley, Alison Brown, Terry Burkholder, Linda Brodhacker. Lorraine Brooks, Carol Bures. Row 3: Debbie Burris, Royceanne Brimlow, Norm Burke, Sally Dadlow. Maureen Bruening, Paul Britton. Row 4: Tom Brunson, Denny Burkholder, Robert Broos, Clifford Burns, Kenneth Bruce. Row 5: Ken Brickman, Ronald Burge, Dave Bucknot, Dave Brown, Al Brewer, Dave Bryant. Not Pictured: Karen Brown. min? Mr. Galicki Bottom Row IL to HJ: Betty Hill, Karen Hilbish, Debbie Hepp, Debbie Hendershot, Carol Hassel, Betty Hlebak. Flow 2: Donna Haugh, Jeri Hanson, Judy Harding, Jeanne Hitchcox, Linda Harps, Denise Herris. Row 3: Alan Herak, Bernie Harchar, Mike Hieber, Bob Harris, Tom Helm. Row 4: Mike Higaki, Marshall Hatcher, Jim Hlabse, Schuyler Garth. Row 5: Don Hiruo, Dale Hendy, Marc Haverlock, Jim Harris. Row 6: Mike Janatovich, Byron Hasegawa, Tony Hlabse, Nol Pictured: Bob Hill, Roger Hively, Flich Hershey. Krluckling Can be fun. Mrs, Fuerst Bottom Row IL to Rl: Louise Blatecky, Janice Bocskey, Pat Breed, Barbara Bish, Jan Bernstein, Cathy Camposo, Marcia Boyce. Row 2: Linda Bogel, Barbara Blank, Beth Blewilt, Nancy Borsch, Natalie Berndt, Jan Bessel, Beth Bowles, Gerry Bergant. Row 3: Bob Berarducci, Fred Blowers, Mike Brady, Vince Borgione, Jim Bodenschatz, Don Bone. Row 4: Dan Birdsong, Rich Beyerle, Dennis Bisher, Chris Biddle, Keith Brady, Larry Bock. B - ri Q X N Q ii QQ to Q l D is su' x.vC I ' X Q 0 in Q5 Q' !:: 'ex 5 K "5 Spf' K NNW! 312' 2:51 fri, Q + 230 Mrs. Gale Bottom Row IL to FU: Rosemary Gasper, Sally Glngell, Gerri Graham, Cheryl Gockel, Christine Gaydos. Flow 2: Marla Goodman, Linda Gorlup, Sandy Gonakis, Ellen Geri, Mrs. Gale. Row 3: Lynda Gracie, Laurie Garisek, Sue Gordos, Lynn Gesten. Row 4: William Glickman, Sharon Gerbic, Timothy Gall, Janice Goske, Gary Gallagher. Row 5: Brad Goebel, Dan Gerbetz, Bob Gessner, Bill Geri, Michael George. Row 6: lan Glass, Tim Lane, James Gertz, Tim Garrett, Ken Gay. Not Pictured: Burt Gold, Lennie Gracie, James Gianforti. SOPHOMORES ,af Joann D'Amico, Joann Brule, Kathy Cowper, Ann Elizabeth Curtis, Christine Davis, Barbara Cragle, Row 3: Jack Cucanich, Steve Cutcher, Janet Croaning, Gayle Crown, Pat Devine. Row 4: Flon Crow, Toby DelGiudice, Dale Davis, Mark Dalic, Doug Deviney. Row 5: Arthur Dell, Jerry Davis, Tim Dempsey, Tony Debelak, David Critchlield. Not Pictured: Dean Culp. Mr. Francetic Bottom Row KL to RJ: Angela Barlel, Grace Culp, Czohara, Margaret Dawson. Row 2: Mr. Francetic, Marilean Mr. Ganim Bottom Row IL to Fil: Sally Jost, Laura Kalves, Grace Johnson, Synn Jersan, Carolynne Jennison, Mary Ann Jankovich, Pat Jamnik. Row 2: David Jackson, Jan Jurcak, Marjorie Jaros, Kathy Kane, Janice Ivansek, Gay Jerome, Flay lvancic. Flow 3: Bill Jakubs, Paul lmm, Jim Kalamasz, Lee Jalovec, Mike Jorgenson, Mr. Ganim. Row 4: Ron Jedlicka, Dee Jimison, Carl Jonke, Dave Jokela, Mike Juratovac, Jim Kane, Randy Hyde. I 1 t i 2 :ol 231 ff I' - i 1 f . .1-2. , 1 , "zz 7 1' - . 4 ' v. l, I 2" 2 , o . ,ii-Qi ,. f:, 1 ,jug 23615: EQI4' a ,s ,4 , a 1.-4 My ,Q Q' Q' zlfffe - QW A iff.: ' .r-T .,iZill'-if ' i Z' ' fflfff 0 ' . , K 0 ,Q . U 1 W A 53,3 -E tit 71 .Fila-N V .-...qw satttl' '. s"5?S.'tI . Q 1 assi- x Mr. Henderson Bottom Row IL to RJ: Mr. G, Henderson, Deborah Meinke, Joyce Miklavio, Flenee Puz, Michelle McMullen Barbara McAuley, Joanie McKee. Row 2: Wendy Mihocik, Vicki Mildner, Kathy Meighan, Joyce McCrystal, Terry McCreight Kevin Mayock. Row 3: Norman McLeod, Michael Mehling, Timothy McKay, Richard Mendoza, George Mclntyre, Bill Mc Greehan, Gerald Mikus, Mike McFadden. Row 4: John Melaragno, Dale Menart, Ronald Milavec, Allen McEwen, Paul McCauley, David McKibben, Bruce McBrian. ', Q xg, , 6, 5, if J W..-51125 ' J Miss Harris Bottom Row IL to Rl: Laurie Griffith, Marie Giallanza, Emily Hanak, Waltraut Grau, Wendy Grodt, Barbara Hammar. How 2: Eileen Hanna, Sandra Hanlon, Kathleen Grossman, Janice Grimm, Christine Griftith, Mary Ann Grdinic. Row 3: Bill Grida, Brian Hacker, Geralyn Grubac, Flon Greenwald, Michael Grdanc. Row 4: Ed Granchi, Mike Grimes, David Hansbrough, Gerald Groudle. Row 5: Ken Grigas, Chuck Gronowski, Jim Gregorio, Richard Hanko, Jesse Hamilton. Not Pictured: Nancy Grillo, - Paula Gulick, Ramona Hace, Darrel Hanna, William Herrick. HBOY' these glasses are heavy! Mr. Kadlec Bottom Row IL to Rl: Pat Schober, Janet Spiker, Linette Sobe, Debra Sonnie, Katy Snyder, Janet Springer. Row 2: Mr. Kadlec, Donna Smrdel, Donna Springob, Betty Steiner, Susan Spencer, Elois Stallings, Marge Smerdel. Row 3: Douglas Snyder, Roland Smith, Janet Stanley, Ellen Stanley, Kim Somers, Susan Speck, Pam Stearns. Row 4: Robert Smolinski, Henry Stan- kewicz, Don Spiegel, Warren Smith, John Snow, William Stearns. No! Pictured: Linda Stefanow, Clyde Smith, Don Webb, Ran- dolph Snyder. t fy sf: Q N Q S SXAN Ki ' 5 , ' 5. 3 3 . " , i V F 1 l s ' ? :"1"' X 'i 2 v rn I SJ' V SOPHOMORES Mr. George Bottom Row IL to Rl: Debbie Hudak, Karen Hollyfield, Sherry Hrabak, Marilyn Hribar, Vicki Holden, Sue Hrnyak. Row 2: Nancy Harper, Bonita Hough, Lenore Holland, Jean Holloman, Rosemary Hohs, Pat Hoge. Row 3: Frank Hutchinson, Dale Hoynacke, William Hodges, Craig Hodakievic, Jerry Howell, Dan Huston. Row 4: Mr. George, Frank Hoykar, Tim Hoflman, Robert Hopkins, Ed Husa, Kenneth Hrovat. +4 not llll .llllll ll'- Ill! Ill llll 'II' l..r I.. 'Ula l,.'. -lpnl "llll0s n:a.---- l Mr. Germock Bottom Row fL to Rl: Sue Luftler, Diane Lupo, Kathy Liudahl, Barbara Losee. Flow 2: Deann Lindsey, Sandy Lewton, Mary Jo Lipovec, Joan Lewis. Row 3: George Lombardo, Ronald Lyman, Kathy Lonchar, Allan Loczy. Row 4: George Henson, Bob Luzar, Gary Lustic, Row 5: Allyn Lipstreuer, John Lonchar, Allan Leybeck, Scott Lucci. Not Pictured: Vincent Lisuzzo, Daniel Livesay, Robert Lorber, Douglas Lukat. 233 "That's all right, he was whistling at me." -,um Mr. Mohr Bottom Row IL to FU: Denis Znidarsik, Lorraine Young, Deborah Zdovc, Jacqueline Zylowski, Mary Zovac. Row 2: Darryl Wolfe, Patricia Youdell, Christine Yanchar, William Yozipovich. Row 3: Ronald Zarnick, Robert Warner, Dennis Zadnik, Ronald Yuhas. Row 4: Dennis Zamaria, Stephen Zelko, Robert Zoller, Leonard Young. Row 5: James Zakovski, Fred Zele, Robin Zonneville, Robert Zolinski. Row 6: Mr. Mohr. sf' X F. Y Lili Mr. Nlchting Bottom Row KL to RJ: Kathleen Mahoney, Marietta Massiello, Susan Martucci, Constance Marten, Susan Marincic. Row 2: Joyce Marhefka, Janet Marcus, Sharon Marikis, Marlene Marko. Row 3: Catherine Madden, Kathleen Matylasik, Gwenda Rupert, Virginia Marino, Karen Madela. Row 4: Andrew Malenda, Gary Markuz, Michael Marino, Randy May. Row 5: Richard Markuz, Dale Machi, Archie Marshall, Eugene Policy, Row 6: Gerald Mance, Enio Mancini, David March, George Magas, Mr. D. Nichting. Not Pictured: Alfred Mack, Nancy Malaney, Daniel Mascaro. Dr. McCarter Bottom Row IL to Rl: Jan Peklay, Sharon Paz, Sandy Pestotnik, Carol Peters, Pat Perchan, Lenore Perovshek, Flow 2: Christine Penharth, Debbie Palguta, Pat Paulin, Jackie Perpar, Sandy Parsons, Paul Pavlick Row 3: Bob Petek, Mike Perry, Peternel, Roger Perry, Craig Pavlik, Mike Parry, Lee Peters, Dave Paruiis. SOPHOMCJRES Larry Moyle, Rich Palmer, Dean Pasquale, Paul Pennza, Dr. McCarter. Row 4: Jeff M! 4 . V7 "fl,l1,Q.l Q WC 'L ' 4 lfLa1::13 ' Y ' Y 72, ffQ"t'3 1 f xp-11-'f 35231 I ?i57'53""1if ,S ll EZ'ZZ?fii'51' M., - "ti: ".'F7:' P A "gl: iZr.4Q,:2-11111112 , 1' ' ' . ' 1 1 -3 P , V a.,......, Q , 0 oi , 1 f Q , - I 5 ul f 1 J UAL " 551: f"'f',,52Q rl,,.,.,..,.. WACA' .Q ,-of ,sw as Mr. Mlze Bottom Row KL to Rl: Carol Petro, Susan Picciano, Linda Plavcan, Maria Pirovolos, Lynn Reed, Theresa Plaga. Row 2: Donna Pyle, Kristine Powers, Carol Phillippe, Penny Pringle. Pat Pinta, Marlene Powalie. Row 3: Michael Podnar, Anthony Praskavich, Marsha Phillips, Nancy Purnell, Richard Prioresohi, Thomas Podnar. Row 4: Hugh Phillips, Richard Potts, Robert Pollack, Randy Peterson, Roger Principe. Row 5: John Price, Wayne Pinkstaff, Don Picciano, Jeffery Peterson, Jim Porcello, Mr. Mize. Mr. Martin Bottom Row IL to FU: Jacqueline Oker, Sandy Nurmi, Evelyn Nielsen, Bonny Nimelli, Donna Olinchic, Patti Noll Row 2: Connie Orebaugh, Dianne Pisano, Debbie Opalk, Star Painter, Berna O'Connell, Evelyn Oliverio, Raw 3: Pat O'Donnell Dale Nosse, Howard Packer, Gary Ortman, Paul Olszewski, Mr. Embert Martin, Row 4: Fred Nevar, Robert Olds, Charles Jhl John Ofciarcik, Paul Oyaski, Frank Ogoreuc. Not Pictured: Judy Neuman, Ellen Nook, James Noga, Kevin Oliveri, David Onions Bill Ostrander. lx Hun, f -, "' 'RX gg-fs 235 l SOPHOMORES Mr. Pringle Bottom Flow IL to Ri: Lana Drummer, Marilyn Dvornik, Pat Doherty, Diane Dorsey, Colleen Coakley, Marilyn Domitor, Darlene Dietz, Denise Dworning, Maria Dissauer. Row 2: Mr. Pringle, Mike Dougherty, John Dombrowski, Brian Dugan, Sue Drobnick, Helga Dobler, Denny Dicki, Dominic DiLalla, Wayne Downer. Row 3: Joe Adams, Larry Doyle, Paul Drotlelf, Floyd Dockery, Forrest Diehl, Dan Douglas, Bill Drazdik, Dennis Dryer. Not Pictured: Sally Dickheiser, Stephen Donnally. Mr. Rinkes Bottom Row IL to RJ: Charlan Krislofelc, Margie Kostansek, Pal Krakauskus, Diane Korynoski, Gail Kovach, Lynda Kovacic, Flow 2: Toni Kozely, Janet Koeth, Joyce Koch, Pat Kozlevcar, Ella Kolar, Beverly Kramar. Flow 3: Bob Kozan, Judy Kozlowski, Linda Gudowicz, Debbie Kovacic, Gary Kozich. Row 4: Tom Koger, Mike Kotnik, Dennis Krall, Fred Koth, Scott Krelci. Flow 5: James Koch, Lynn Kosanovick, Rich Krane, Fred Koepp, Bob Kosovich. Not Present: Dave Kolenc, Mike Kosmetos, 236 4 vb Mr. Reminick Bottom Flow IL to RI: Karen Kiro, Nancy Lutz, Jean Kermavner, Kathleen Kever, Gail Kapusi, Sue Knox. Row 2: Lucinda Kistler, Darlene Klauga, Linda Klein, Beverly Kleber, Kathy Keszenheimer, Linda Kobal. Row 3: Dale Koberna, August Kehn, Richard Kitko, Dave Kirk, "Have a headache?! lt nearly ate my foot right off." r l I V. it ? .1 f ir: ,rf ::,- :-,-: "5:5' Richard Kehres. Row 4: Tim Kitsos, Robert Kelley, Tim Kilkenny, Ken Kase, Tim Kernan, Frank Kerze. Row 5: Jeff Kelley, Dave Ketchum, Frank Kapler, Bob Knowles- Bill Knoch- Mr, Flesch Bottom Row fL to Fiji. Jannine Trotto, Cheryl Uber, Linda Tiderman, Marina Thompson, Joanne Trgo, Janis Totten, Marlene Thweatt, Irene Tlborsky. Row 2: Mike Toth, Charl Tramposch, John Tomko, Harold Timlin, Robert Travarca, Karen Tramsak, Mr. Flesch. Row 3: Gilbert Trentel, Steve Vozel, John Tutolo, Don Stokes, Douglas Thompson, Francis Thome, Jay Toubman. Row 4: Tony Trunkely, Bill Turner, Ted Tylewski, Frank Turk. Mr. Poklar Bottom Flow IL to RJ: Kathy Moats, Pat Palumbo, Laura Murray, Debbie Miller, Mary Nagy. Flow 2: Vicki Mramor, Diane Nemeth, Alice Neff, Mickie Mueller, Pennie Morse, Joan Morris. How 3: Mike Mukavetz, Joe Mooney, Jack Nagle, Steve Neithercott, Jim Mocilnikar, Raw 4: Mr. Poklar, Bruce Munson, Bill Neumann, Dave Murphy, AI Miller, John Monaghan. Row 5: Jack Nagucki, Don Minor, Glynn Modic, Steve Mramor, Lester Mlaker. .vm Y EE lffzifl ' steer: l i-f"s3.I2'a:?Ew 237 ww rm at rw 4 l,1 Mr, Sallach Bottom Row fL to FU: Janet Sas, Linda Scacco, Donna Sajewski, Joann Sadler, June Scherlacher, Suzanne Sabo. Row 2: Cindy Segulin, Carla Seifert, Michelle Sarraino, Sue Scharfetter, Judy Ullstrom, Marilyn Schneider. Row 3: Dave Schervish, John Samuele, Cathy Schwenner, Karin Schuflert, George Schwarz, Ray Schultz. Row 4: Gary Schimpf, Vito Scotese, Don Seddon, Alan Yannette, Kirk Schmidt, Mike Salisbury. Row 5: Mr. Sallach, Ken Saywell, Gary Sadar, Jerry Savchuk, Joe Sanders. Not Pic- tured: Joy Scheurman. Mrs. Tornstrom Bottom Row fL to Rl: Beverly Winner, Wendy Wiskes, Joyce Wayner, Donna Wilson, Peggy Wehrle, Chris Weiss, Gayle Woeck- ner, Linda Will, Sue Shartz, Bonnie Wilson, Flow 2: Mrs. Tornstrom, Susan Werle, Sue Winger, Linda Whitney, Marilyn Winters, Debby White, Becky Weyrick, Steve Williamson, Donald Wolfe. Row 3: Tom Weslee, Jim Winsor, Donald White, Kris Wlll, Greg Wies, Ed Weber, Randy Wohlgemuth, Ken Winchester. Not Pictured: Leroy Wells, Robyn West, John Wheeler, Craig Willard, Robert Wilson. .0 3 g 1- 1:-A , N as-1 1 51311231 .: C Mr. Weisenberg Bottom Row IL to FU: Patricia Skrlanc, Donna Skokal, Chris Shiran, Sandra Shenk, Sue Sherman. Row 2: David Sivert, Susan Slivers, Rita Sheridan, Marlene Seredich, Bill Stephens, Mr. Weisenberg. Row 3: Charlene Simons. Marie Skedel, Pam Sinkovic, Debby Serksnis, Karen Shriver, Flow 4: Gary Shaffer, James Sheppard, Tom Skrout, Paul Shumaker, Torn Skerowske. Row 5: Andy Shusteric, Richard Setina, John Shuber, Richard Siedler, Jeff Skapin, Michael Sfura. NX SN -'Ri ww 'N-1' SOPHOMORES it Miss Simonich Bottom Row L to Rl: Judy Stross, Bobbi Theil, Susan Taddie, Peggy Strok, Gail Tabb. Row 2: Miss J. Simonich, Julie Sutphin, Gayle Svetin, Pat Tanner, Chris Szabo, Cathy Tabb. Flow 3: Judy Sustarsic, Tim Strang, Mike Telich, Linda Sylte, Gayle Seitz, Geoftrey Tanner. Row 4: Tom Teare, Bob Taylor, Jeff Strobel, Jim Stouffer, Dennis Straub, Bruce Stout. Row 5: Dan Strell, Mike Szabo, Jim Stiscak, Tom Tekavic, Phil Stravarace. Not Pictured: Kathy Tancredi, Barb Thomas, Mr. Harper Bottom Flow fL to Fil: Cheryl Crawford, Annette Kuchling, Joy Scheurman, Barb Thomas, Pal Kaston, Vickl Festini, Marilyn Bauer, Alison Brown. Row 2: Janice Hocevar, Charlene Reya, Judy Neuman, Darlene Franks, Kathy Tancredi, Mark Palmer, James Arko, Chris Gaydos, Flow 3: Clifford Keyes, Mike Balale, Flon Lyman. Leroy Wells, Frank Yoder, Bill Christensen. Row 4: Skip Garth, Robert Civic, Gary Jones, Roland Pischinger, Dave Cooney, Frank Houser, Bill Ostrander. Mr. L. Smith Bottom Flow IL to Rl: Ghalia Nakshbendi, Leslie Rohr, Lynn Rosa, Denise Riggs, Rita Riley, Marybeth Rooney, Becky Rohrer. Row 2: Pat Nosker, Pamela Roberts, Kathy Roeder, Charlene Rudiak, Kim Mattson, Christine Mistretta, Mr. Larry Smith. Row 3: Mike Roszak, Don Mannarlno, Scott Roach, Pete Romano, Terry Roehr, Forrest Ross, Row 4: Doug Romoser, Joe Roman, Scott Robbins, Doug Rutti, Mark Rotar, Byron Robbins. Not pictured: Bruce Ruark, Tom Roemer. -.. ...,,.2""' l , LAUREL LYNN ABRAHAM Lori FTA 2, 3, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Ski Club 33 Survey Business Staff 43 Swim Show 3, 43 Swim Leaders 3, 43 Wai Napolo 3, 4. VICTOR ABRATANSKI Vic JOHN ACCETTOLA Ace GERALDINE MARIE ADAMICH Geri Big Show 3, 43 Student Director 33 Eucuyo 43 Publicity Editor 43 Folk Club 2, 3, 43 Student Council Represen- tative 43 Friendship Club 23 G.A,A. 23 Humanities 43 IO S. 3, 43 Senior Scandal 43 Spectrum 3, 43 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Art Co-Editor 43 Survey Training Club 23 Voices of Art 4, Social Chairman 4, Treasurer 43 Winter Play 2, 3, 4. DENNIS ADAMS "D" E-Room Activities 43 Football 3, 43 J.V. Football 23 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 43 Key Club 3, 43 Lettermens Club 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 N.A.S.S. 3, 4. ELDA AITCIN-BRIANO Elda-Baby Transfer Student 43 American Field Service 43 Book Store 43 G.A.A. 4 DAVID LEE AITES Dave Foremen's Club 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 MICHELLE ALBEFITONE Michele CLAYTON W. ALLBERY Clay JOANNE ELIZABETH ALLCHIN Joanne Ad Club 33 E-Room Activities 23 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 43 Euclidian Training Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2, 33 Future Teachers 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Homecoming Committee 3, 43 Winter Festival Committee 3, 43 l.Q.S. 3, 43 Prom Committee 3, 43 Senior Class Cabinet 4, Secretary 43 Spirits 4, Secretary 43 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4 SHARON LYNN ALLEN Allen Choral Masters 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 33 Student Council Representative 43 Youth for Christ 2, 3 ANDREW ALTENWEG Andy Cross Country 33 J.V, Football 23 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 Stagecraft 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 FRANK ANDRULIS Funny Baseball 23 Football 43 Lettermen's Club 43 Letterman 43 Track 3, 4 KENNETH ANDRULIS Ken Key Club 3, 43 Magnum Club 3, 43 World Affairs Club 3, 4 SANDRA APPLE Sandi Folk Club 3, 4 MICHAEL DUANE APPLEQUIST Mike J,V. Basketball 23 Chess Club 43 Cross Country 3, 43 Football Statistics 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 43 National Honor LYNNE CLAIRE BANA Lynne Friendship 23 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 l.O.S. 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Senior Scandal 43 Choral Masters 33 E-Room Activities 3, 4, Chairman 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Homecoming Committee 33 Student Council Executive Board 3, 4, Secretary 33 Swim Show 2, 3, 43 Varsity Chorale 43 Spirits 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Survey Editorial Staff 3. 4, Tri-Editor 43 Sw.m Leaders 2, 3, 43 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4 Society 3, 43 Science Seminar 2, 3, 43 Spirits 43 Stamp Club 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Talent Scouts E.HS 3' Indoor Track 2, 3, 4 JAMES K. ASHDOWN Jim DAVID ATEN Chuck TERRY ATVES Terry Baseball 2 KATHY JEAN AUFMUTH Mick Euclidian Training Club 93 F.T.A, 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Ski Club 43 Spirits 4 JOHN G. AUGUSTINE John Science Seminar 3 JENNIFER LEE AULTZ Jenny RICHARD A. AMATO Richard J.V, Football 2 TOM AMES Tom Soccer 2, 3, 4 JAMES AMMON James CARMEN AMOROSO Carmen SUSAN AMOROSO Susan CAMPBELL BLACKBURN AMOS T-Bone Folk Club 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Ski Club 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 3 DEBORAH JANE ANDERSON Debbie Transfer Student, 2 BETH ANDREW Beth F.B.L.A. 3: Student Council Representative 23 Girls' Tennis Club 2, 33 C,O.E. 4 DIANE ANDREWS Dicky Euclidian Training Club 2, 33 Human Relations Seminar 43 Student Council Representative 3, 4 A.F.S. 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Candidate 3: F.T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 43 I.Q.S. 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Senior Scandal 43 Spectrum 3, 4, Executive Board 43 Big Show 2, 3, 43 Choral Masters 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Humanities 3, 43 Prom Committee 43 Survey Training Club 33 Spirits 3, 43 Student Council Representative 33 Survey Editorial Stall 4 LAURA AZMAN Laura Friendship 2 IRENE BACON Irene Friendship Club 2, 33 F.B.L,A.3 Malorette Club 3, 43 Malorette 43 Talent Scouts 4 LISA BAILEY Lisa Big Show 2, 3, 43 Eucuyo 3, 43 Human Relations Semi- nar 43 Humanities 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Concert Master 3, 43 Political Affairs Club 33 Radio Club 43 Science Seminar 2, 3, 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3 CYNTHIA JEAN BAILLIE Bail ALBERT BAKA Albert Student Council 2 PEGGY BALLARD W.B. Folk Club 2, 4, Linguist Club 2, 3, 43 N.F.L. 43 Ski Club 43 Spectrum 43 Prom Committee 3 DON BALLENTINE Don Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3. 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 4 DAVID BALOGH David DEAN BAMMERLIN Dean Big Show 2, 3, 43 Choral Masters 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Talent Scouts 43 Varsity Chorale 43 Stage Cralt 2 240 RICHARD BARANOWSKI Richard KENNETH WILLIAM BARBER Moe FRED BARBIS Fred Chess Club 43 Stamp Club 3, 4 JOE BARBISH Joe CINDY BARNEY Cindy Friendship Club 23 F.B.L.A. 2 BERNELL BARON Bernell Magnum Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 2 FRANK BARRESI Frank EDWARD HOWES BARRETT JR. Ed Chess Club 43 Movie Club 3, 4, Radio Club 43 Cadet Band 2, 43 Marching Band 2, 4 DANIEL BARRICK Danny Cadet Band 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3 DAVID BARRICK Dave MARTHA BARTEL Marty Ad Club 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 ANDREW MICHAEL BARTRAM Andy DONNA LEE BASS Donna F.B.L.A. 43 G,A.A. 43 Big Show 33 E-Room Activities 43 Homecoming Committee 43 Student Council Representa- tive 2, 4 DAVINA BAUER Davina GAIL ANN BEDNAFI Gail LINDA BEECHUK Linda C.O.E. 43 Friendship 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Malorette Club 2 CAROLYN ANN BEEMAN Carol Friendship 23 F,B.L.A, 33 G.A.A. 2, 33 Ski Club 23 E-Room Activities 43 Junior Red Cross 2 JOHN DAVID BELL Ding Dong Baseball 3, 43 E-Room Activities 43 Football 3, 43 J.V, Football 23 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Letterman 3, 4 ANN M. BELTZ Klt SHELLEY ANN BENEDICT Shelley Folk Club 2, 43 Human Relations Seminar 4 ROBERT CHARLES BENNETT Bob Baseball 2, 3, 43 E-Room Activities 43 Football 3, 43 J.V. Football 23 Foreman's Club 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Student Council Representative 3 BARBARA BENSON Barbi Choral Masters 3, 43 Folk Club 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Homecoming Committee 43 Humanities 43 Na- tional Honor Scciety 3, 43 Student Council Representa- tive 43 Swim Show 3, 43 Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 43 Wai Napolo 3, 4. LOREN BRUMBAUGH Larry DENNIS ANTHONY BERARDINELLI Dennis Bowling 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Soccer 2, 3, 4 SHARON BERZANSKE Sharon BILL BESSIRE BIII D.E.C.A. 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Golf Club 2, 33 Magnum Club 4 JOANNE BILICIC Joanne A.F.S. 3, 43 Choral Masters 43 Girl's Concert Choir 23 Humanities 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Swim Show 3, 43 Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 43 Wai Napolo 3, 43 World Affairs Club 2, 4 JANICE BIRR Jan Big Show 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 2, 33 Concert Band 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Friendship Club 2, 33 F.N.C. 23 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 3, 43 Spectrum 3 JEFFERY BISH "Moon Master' Folk Club 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Ski Club 43 J.V. Swim Team 2, 3 LAURA BLATECKY Bla Book Store 23 G.A.A, 2, 3, 43 Girl's Track 23 Girl's Field Hockey 2, 3, 43 Girl's Varsity Softball 2, 3 SCOTT BOETTCHER Scott Radio Club 43 Science Seminar 3, 4 KAREN BOHN Karen Transfer Student 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Homecoming Commit- tee 4 DENNIS EARL BOSCO Bear Football 3, 43 J.V. Football 23 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 43 Key Club 23 Lettermen's Club 43 Letterman 43 Stage- crait 4 CAROL BOTTS Carol Transfer Student 2 GARY ALBERT BOTTS Garrison Transfer Student 23 A.F.S, 2, 33 Big Show 2, 43 Eucuyo 43 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 43 Euclidian Training Club 23 Homecoming Committee 3, 43 l.Cl.S. 3, 43 Linguist Club 2, 3, 43 N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3, 43 Prom Committee 43 Senior Scandal 43 Spring Play 2, 33 Fall Play 2, 33 Stagecraft 23 Student Council Exe- cutite Board 4, Vice-President 43 Survey Training Club 33 Winter Play 2, 3, 43 World Affairs Club 2, 3 MICHAEL ALAN BOUR Michael SANDRA JOYCE BRACHLOW Sandi Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Substitute 23 E-Room Activities 43 Friendship Club 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Spirits 43 Student Council Representative 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 43 Cheering Block 2 KAREN BRADDOCK Karen Choral Masters 43 Girl's Concert Choir 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 KATHLEEN BRADDOCK Kathy Choral Masters 43 Girl's Concert Choir 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 JANICE BRADSHAW Jan Euclidian Business Stall 43 Folk Club 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, F.T.A. 2, 33 Executive Board 33 Girl's Concert Choir 23 Human Relations Seminar 43 Maiorette Club 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Spectrum 3, 43 Student Council Representative 23 Student Council Executive Board 43 Winter Festival Committee 4 BARBARA BRANDICH Barb Folk Club 2, 33 Friendship Club 23 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 Spec- trum 43 Student Council Representative Alternate 33 Up With People 4, Secretary 4 DEBORAH BRASS Debbie Ski Club 23 Voices of Art 23 Youth Power 2 Marilyn MARILYN LEE BRAUN F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 33 Ski Club 4 EDWARD BREEZE Edward TIMOTHY BRENNAN Tim MARGARET ANNE BRIGDEN Peg Choral Masters 3, 4, Executive Board 43 Friendship Club 23 G.A,A. 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Hall Guard 4 CAROL ANN BRITVIC Brit LORRIE JO BROTHERS Lorri CHERYL BROWN Cheri F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Girl's Concert Choir 23 Student Council Representative 23 Up With People 4 DIANE MARIE BROWN Diane Transfer Student 3. F.B.L.A. 23 G.A.A. 23 Student Coun- cil Representative 2 RICHARD D, BROWN Duck Baseball 2, 3, 43 J.V. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Choral Mas- ters 3, 43 E-Room Activities 3, 43 Football 2. 3, 43 J.V. Football 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Boys' Swim Lead- ers 2, 33 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 Student Council Representative 2, 3. Transfer Student 3. Big Show 3, 43 Bowling 33 Choral Masters 3, 43 E-Room Activities 3, 43 Homecoming Com- mittee 3, 43 Humanities 43 Key Club 33 Prom Committee 3, 43 Senior Scandal 43 Ski Club 43 Senior Cabinet 4 ELWOOD T. BRUNNER Skip Boys' Gymn Leaders 43 Boys' Swim Leaders 2. 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Director 3, Treasurer 43 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 43 Science Seminar 23 Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 DAVID ALLEN BRUNSON Dave Boys' Gym Leaders 43 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Let- terman 2, 3, 43 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 43 Science Seminar 23 Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Key Club Junior Direc- tor 3. LINDA ANN BRYANT Red E-Room Activities 43 Friendship Club 23 G,A.A. 23 Hu- man Relations Seminar 43 Prom Committee 43 Senior Scandal 43 Ski Club 43 Girl's Basketball 33 Student Council Representative 3, 4 LENORE BUCHHOLZ Lenore Choral Masters 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Girl's Concert Choir 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Majorette Club 2, 33 Student Council Representative 3 SUSAN BUCHWALD Sue Girl's Concert Choir 2 THOMAS JOSEPH BUDAS Bude Baseball 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football 2 THOMAS JOSEPH BUDAS Bude American Field Service 3, 4, Executive Board 43 Camera Club 23 E-Room Activities 3, 43 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, Co-Ads Manager 43 Euclidian Training Club 2, 33 Homecoming Committee 2, 43 Human Relations Seminar 43 I.O S. 3, 43 Junior Cabinet 33 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Linguist Club 23 N.F.L, 43 Prom Committee 3, 43 Winter Festival Committee 3, 43 Senior Scandal 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Senior Cabinet 43 Junior Class Treasurer 33 Spirits 43 Student Council Representative 43 Intramurals 43 Sophomore Play 2 241 WILLIAM BUIKUS Blll LINDA SUE BURKHART Linda Friendship Club 23 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 33 Human Relations Seminar 43 Spectrum 4 JEFFREY LEE BURNS Jeff Boys' Gym Leaders 43 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3. 43 Key Club 43 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Letterman 3, 41 Swim Team 2, 3, 43 J.V. Tennis 23 Varsity Tennis Team 3, 4 DONNA ELAINE BURRIS Donna Choral Masters 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Girl's Concert Choir 23 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 3 BARBARA ANN BUTT Barb Big Show 2, 33 Book Store 2, 33 Chevron Society 2, 33 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Euclidian Editorial Stall 3, 4, Faculty Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Euclidian Training Club 23 GA A. 2 3, Treasurer 33 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, I.O.S. 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 National Honor So- ciety 3, 43 Orchestra 23 Spirits 4 ANDREA LYNN CABLE Ann Transfer Student 3. C.O.E. 4 CAROLE LYNN CAGHAN Carole Big Show 3, 43 F.N.C. 2, 33 F.T.A. 3, 43 Fall Play 43 Winter Play 3, 4 THOMAS CAINE Thomas PAULA CALABRO Paula Transfer Student 3. N.F.L. 43 Spectrum 4 CHRISTOPHER CAMERON Chris Choral Masters 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, J.V. Swim Team 3 DERRELL CAPES Cadet Band 23 Concert Band Big D 3, 43 Folk Club 43 Human Relations Seminar 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4 JUDENE MARIE CAPICCIONI Judy C,O,E, 43 F.B.L.A. 4 JOANN LORETTA CARANFA Jo DOUGLAS CARNEY Doug CATHLEEN CARPENTER Cathy E-Room Activities 43 Winter Play 3 MARY CARROLL Mary LINDA CARTER Linda MARY LOUISE CATER Mary Lou Book Store 3, 43 F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Girl's Con- cert Choir 2, 33 Spectrum 4 THOMAS CATHCART Cat Cross Country 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's Club 43 Letterman 43 Wrestling 43 J,V. Wrestling 2, 3 CHRISTINE CEBRON Chris RANDALL D. CEBUL Randy Choral Masters 3, 43 Cross Country 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Boys' Gym Leaders 43 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 33 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Prom Committee 43 Spirits 3, 43 Student Council Represen- tative 23 Swim Team 2, 3, 4 FRANK J. CERCEK Tiger Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Stagecralt 4, Wrestling 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2 THERESA ANN CERNE Terry C.O.E. 4, F.B.L,A. 2 WAYNE CETINICH Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, E-Room Activities 4, Marching Band 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 4, Stage- crall 4 Wayne PATRICK CHABAL Pat Choral Masters 4, Linguist Club 4, Soccer 4, Foreign Exchange Student 4 BONNIE SUE CHAMPA Bonnie C.O,E, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Girl's Concert Choir 2 MICHAEL CHANDLER Mike GARY ROBERT CHAUNCE Gary DEBORAH LYNN CHERRY Debby Ski Club 2, 4, Spectrum 4 RICHARD CHESNIC Rich DARLENE CHIREALLO Darlene SHIRLEY ANN CHISHOLM Shirley Friendship Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Youth Power 4 LYNN CHRISTOPHER Lynn Friendship Club 2, 3 MICHAEL CIFRANIC Michael GARY CIPRIAN Garr Big Show 3, Choral Masters 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, Prom Committee 4, Senior Scandal 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Spirits 4, Spring Play 3, 4, Fall Play 3, Student Council Representative 2, Talent Scouts E.H S, 3, Track 2, 3, Wrestling 3, Winter Play 3, J,V. Wrestling 2 RAY CLANCY "Chops" Choral Masters 2, 3, 4, Football 4, J.V. Football 2, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Homecoming Committee 4, Key Club 2, Spirits 4 RICHARD STEWART CLARK Dick Baseball 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, N.A,S.S, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 LYNNE THEA CLIMO Lynne Big Show 2, 3, 4, Girl's Concert Choir 2, Linguist Club 2, 3, N F.L. 2, 3, Orchestra 3, Political Allairs Club 2, Winter Play 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Stagecralt 4 DOREEN MAE CLINE our enuce COHEN Bruce BRIAN CARL COLLINS Big "B" FRANK PHILLIP coNclN Frank CYNTHIA ANN CONLEY Cindy Friendship Club 2, 4, F.T,A, 4, G,A.A. 4, Girl's Concert Choir 2. 3, Majorette Club 2. 3, N,F.L. 4, Prom Com- mittee 4, Senior Scandal 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Student go'-urgcil4 Representative Alternate 2, Talent Scouts BRIAN P. CONTI The Riddler PAMELA COONEY Bee-Bee Big Show 3, Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Clinic Secretary 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, N.F,L. 4, Orchestra 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Pit Band 4, Spring Play 4, Fall Play 4, Survey Business Staff 4, Survey Training Club 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4, Winter Play 3, Drama Workshop 4 JAY ALAN COST Jay Human Relations Seminar 4, Key Club 4, Ski Club 3, 4 MARJORIE L, COSTELLO Margie C.O.E. 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, G,A.A, 2, Girl's Concert Choir 2 LORRAINE KAREN COURTNEY F.N.C. 3, F.T.A. 3, Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Spectrum 3 Lorraine GARY COWPER Gary LINDA L. CRAIN Linda C.O,E. 4 SANDRA IRENE CRAWFORD Sandy Transler Student 3, Big Show 4, Choral Masters 3, 4, Linguist Club 3, Spectrum 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 ROBERT MICHAEL CUEVAS Bob Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Track 3, 4 MICHAEL THOMAS CUNNINGHAM Hunyck N,F.L. 4 CHARLES DANIAL CUTRONE Chuck RICHARD CVETKOVIC Cex BRIAN DADLOW Bryan JILL SUSAN DAMBERGER Jill Big Show 2, 3, 4, Linguist Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette Club 2, Senior Scandal 3, Spectrum 4, Student Council Rep- resentative 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 3,4 DEBORAH DAVIDSON Debbie Friendship Club 2, F.T.A. 2, Girl's Concert Choir 2, Ski Club 2, Survey Business Stalf 3, Survey Training Club 2, Swim Leaders 4 CAROL DAVIS Carol E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Club 4, F.N.C, 2, 3, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Spirits 4, Pink Panthers 4 JAMES GARY DAVIS Jim Cadet Band 2, 3, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 WILLIAM DOUGLAS DE BENEDICTIS Bill LOIS J. DECKER Lo Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 BRUCE DEI Bruce DENNIS DELANEY Dennis Transler Student 4 MARGIE DELL Margie 242 GLORIA ANN DE MARIO Gloria Euclidian Business StaH4, Euclidian Training Club 3, Friendship Club 2, 3, F,T,A. 2, 3, 4, G.A,A. 2, Girl's Concert Choir 2, Homecoming Committee 3, l.Q.S. 4, Majorette Club 2, 3, Majorette Substitute 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Talent Scouts E,H.S. 4 JOANN DE MELL Jo G.A.A. 2: Ski Club 4, JOHN DEMING J.D. Linguist Club 2, Football 3. 4, J.V. Football 2 KENT DEMSHAR Dernshar Transfer Student 4, Folk Club 4, Ski Club 4 DEBORAH DENNEY Debbie E-Floom Activities 2, Friendship Club 2, Linguist Club2 HOWARD DENNEY Butch Football 4, Boys Gym Leaders 3, Lettermen's Club 2, Letterman 2 LEO DE PRETIS Lee Foremen's Club 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, Wrestling 2 KATHLEEN DERESKA Kathy Eucuyo 4, Folk Club 2, Linguist Club 2, 3, 4 DEBORAH DETWEILER Debbie C.O.E, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, F.N,C, 2, Girl's Concert Choir 2, Linguist Club 4 ARTHUR BERNARD DEVLIN Art Transfer Student 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Human Re- lations Seminar 4, Linguist Club 2 CAROLE LEE DEVOR Carole ALAN DI BIASIO Escapo Folk Club 3, 4, Football 3, Linguist Club 2, 3, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4 DAVID DI BIASIO Dave Cross Country 3, 4, E-Room Activities 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, N.A.S,S. 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2, Tennis 2, 3 PHILIP DICKINSON Phil Book Store 2, E-Room Activities 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Folk Club 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, Linguist Club 2, 3, Movie Club 2, Ski Club 2, Youth Power 3 PHYLLIS DICKINSON Phyllis DIANE MARIE DIECKMANN Deek Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' Leaders Club 4, Linguist Club 2, 3 BONNIE JOAN DIETRICH Bonnie A FS. 4, F,B.L.A. 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Linguist Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Spectrum 4 SANDRA LYNN DI NARDO Sandy Ad Club 3, 4, Friendship Club 2, Student Council Rep- resentative 2, 3 RALPH DOESBURG Ralph SANDRA LOUISE DOLES Sandy Friendship Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, l.Q.S. 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Spectrum 3, Spirits 4, Survey Editorial Stall 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2 BARBARA JEAN DONGRESS Barb Friendship Club 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Spectrum 3, 4, Executive Board 45 Youth for Christ 3 TERRY DONOVAN Slim E-Room Activities 45 Homecoming Committee 35 Linguist Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Spring Play 35 Stagecraft 35 Student Council Representative 25 Voices ol Art 45 Winter Play 3 SHARON DORN Sherry Ad Club 2, 3, 45 F,N.C, 4 STEVEN DORNBUSCH Steven ANTHONY DOTTORE Anthony CYNTHIA DOWNEN Cynthia ELAINE DOYLE Elaine E-Room Activities 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 F,T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Hu- manities 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 35 Radio Club 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Girls' Volleyball 3, 45 Spring Play 35 Stagecralt 35 Student Council Representative 3 CLIFFORD FRANK DROBNICK Clitt Baseball 2, 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 25 Key Club 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 J.V. Swim Team 2 DANEEN DUGAN Dannie A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 E-Room Activi- ties 45 Euclidian Business Stall 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 Homecoming Committee 45 l.O,S. 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Spirits 4, Treasurer 45 Fall Play 45 Spectrum 45 Winter Play Student Director5 Stu- dent Council Representative 35 Student Council Execu- tive Board 45 Mixed Choir 4 THOMAS WILLIAM DUGAN Tom Baseball 25 Bowling 2, 35 E-Room Activities 45 Humani- ties 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4, Executive Board 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Student Council Representative 2 TIMOTHY DULAR Tim Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4 DOUGLAS KEITH DUNCAN Doug Big Show 35 Choral Masters 35 Varsity Chorale 4 RANDY DUTKO Dut E-Room Activities 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 3, 45 Boys' Gym Lead- ers, 2, 3, 45 Youth Power 3, 4 JAMES DUTROW James MARY DUTROW Mary G.A.A. 25 Ski Club 35 Girls' Field Hockey 2 CHARLES EASTABROOKS Charley MARTIN JOHN EBLE Marty Choral Masters 3, 45 Cross Country 35 E-Room Activities 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Humanities 3,45 Key Club 3, 45 Linguist Club 25 Prom Committee 2, 35 Senior Scandal 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Executive Board 45 Track 25 Varsity Chorale 4 LESLIE EDWARDS Leslie NANCY ANN EDWARDS Buckwheat Friendship Club 2, 35 F.T.A, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linguist Club 25 Prom Committee 35 Survey Editorial Staff 45 Survey Training Club 35 Otlice Help 3 ROBERT EDWARDSEN Robert Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 Letterman 3, 45 Stagecralt 2 MARILYN EIKENBURG Dale Big Show 35 E-Room Activities 45 Euclidian Business Stall 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2, 35 F.B.L,A. 2, 35 GAA. 2, 35 Homecoming Court 45 I.Q.S. 45 Linguist 25 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 45 Survey Training Club 35 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 45 Voices oi Art 45 Co-ed Volley- ball 4 RITA ELLIS Rita PATRICIA ANNE ELLISON Patt Choral Masters 3, 45 Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Malorette Club 25 Ski Club 25 Student Council Representative 25 Talent Scouts E.I-I.S. 4 KEITH ELSHAW Keith CAROL C. EMMERT Candy Big Show 2, 3, 45 Book Store 2, 45 Choral Masters 35 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Humanities 3, 45 Varsity Chorale 45 Winter Play 2 MONICA KATHRYN ENDERS M.M, Girl's Concert Choir 2 JOHN JOSEPH ENGEL Angel J.V, Football 2 MICHAEL ENRIGHT Snake J.V. Football 25 Stagecralt 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 25 Print Shop Foreman SHARON ERICKSON Sharon Friendship Club 25 G.A,A. 2 JANIS IRENE ESSEX Stretch Friendship Club 25 F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 Linguist Club 2 RICHARD DAVIS EVANS Rick CHARLES EVIN Chuck Transfer Student 35 Key Club 35 Science Seminar 3 WILLIAM C, FAGAN Bill A.F.S. 35 Bookstore 2, 3, 45 Humanities 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council Representative 4 PATRICIA FAIKEN Pat Euclidian Business Stall 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 I.O.S. 3, 45 Pink Panthers 4 DALE FANNEY Lead Man Eucuyo 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Soccer 3, 45 J.V. Swim Team 25 Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4 NICHOLAS DON FARINACCI Nach JAMES ANTHONY FARIZEL Jim E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Folk Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Soccer 45 Talent Scouts 3, 45 Track 4 LINDA SUE FARLEY Linda E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Ski Club 2. 3 KATHLEEN ANN FEDERICO Fed A.F.S, 25 Choral Masters 3, 45 Euclidian Editorial Stalt 3, 4, Copy Editor 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, Historian 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 25 Varsity Chorale 4 243 DIANE IRIS FELLMAN Fell A.F,S, 3, 45 Eucuyo 45 Euclidian Editorial Stall 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 F.N C, 25 Humanities 45 IOS. 3, 45 Linguist Club 2,35 NFL. 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 RUSS FENSTER Russ Chess Club 3, 4, President 45 Human Relation: Seminar 45 Political Allairs Club 35 Science Seminar Ia, 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 4 JOHN BAPTIST FERLITO John Soccer 4, Captain 45 Wrestling 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 ROBERT THEODORE FERRELL Bob Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4 KENNETH R. FICERE Ken Bowling 2 CAROLE FIERLE Carole ARLENE FLORIA Arlene F.T.A. 45 G.A,A, 35 Human Relations Seminar 45 Hu- manities 35 Linguist Club 25 Spectrum 3, 45 Survey Business Stall 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 45 Up With People 4 ANDREA FOCARETO Andi Folk Club 25 Survey Business Stall 45 Survey Training Club 3 RAYMOND ALBERT FORCE Ray Prom Committee 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 3 SANDRA KATHLEEN FORKER Fanny Fern Big Show 25 Folk Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 35 Human Relations Seminar 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Fall Play 25 Stagecralt 2, 35 Winter Play 3 LAURA MARIE FORSYTHE Laura F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum 4: Survey Editorial Staff 45 Survey Training Club 3 CATHERINE ANN FOSTER Cathy Book Store 45 F.T.A. 35 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Spec- trum 4 GERALD FOSTER Gerry BRUCE CHARLES FOX The Fox J.V. Swim Team 2 BARBARA LYNN MARIE FRABOTTA Barbara DENISE FRAK Dee-Dee Eucuyo 45 Folk Club 25 Friendship Club 2, 35 GirI's Concert Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Volleyball 2 JOHN ANDREW FRANCIS Jack Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Var- sity Chorale 4 VISHNA FRANIC Vishna AFS 2, 3, 45 Euclidian Business Statl 3, 4, Manager 4: Eucildian Training Club 2, 35 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Human Relations Seminar 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 35 Spectrum 4 MARY CAROL FREY Mary Carol Friendship Club 2, 35 F.T.A, CYNTHIA FRIED Cyndi Friendship Club 25 F.B.LA. 35 G.A.A. 45 Malorette Club 2 ALAN FFIIETCHEN Alan Transfer Student 2. MARIANNE FRUEBOES Marianne DAVID R. FUSECK David WILMA GALLAHER Wilma LAWRENCE ROBERT GAMER Lary HARRY GANT Father Harry E-Room Activities 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 25 J.V. Wres- tling 2 JIM GARLAND Jim STEPHEN GARVAS Stephen CHRISTINE GEER Chrissy Friendship Club 2, 4, Service Chairman 45 Girl's Con- cert Choir 25 Spirits 45 Student Council Representa- tive 2, 3 PATRICIA GEPHART Pat Junior Red Cross 25 Student Council Representative 3 NANCY JO GERE Nancy Choral Masters 3, 45 EARoom Activities 45 Friendship Club 2, 4, Senior President 45 F.T,A, 3, 45 Girl's Con- cert Choir 25 Student Council Representative 2 PATRICIA ANN GIBBONS Pat A,FS. 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Humanities 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 Commencement Usher 3 NANCY K. GIBBS Nancle ROBERT M. GILES Crisco Transfer Student 35 Foremen's Club 35 Stagecrait 4 ROSEMARY E. GILLESPIE Misty F.N.C. 2 JAY P. GLICK Glick, Glick Foremen's Club 45 Stagecraft 4 ALAN B, GOLDSTAYN Alan AFS. 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Chess Club 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Science Seminar 3, 4 DENNIS FRANK J GOLON Denny Magnum Club 25 Radio Club 45 Ski Club 4 PATRICIA ANN GOMBACH Pat F.B,L,A, 2 SPIROS EMANUEL GONAKIS The Greek Football 35 J.V. Football 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 KAREN ANN GONAS Karen NFL 25 F.N.C. 3 DONALD RICHARD GOFIJUP Rick Baseball 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, tling 2 45 J.V. Wres- SARAH CASSANDRA GOSLEE Sar Big Show 2, 3, 45 F.N.C. 2, 3, 4: Humanities 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 2, 3, 45 Spirits 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Swim Leader 4 RITA GRAHAM Rita JANET GRAVES Jan Friendship Club 2 VINCENT L. GREGORIC Vince Folk Club 45 Human Relations Seminar 4 DAVID L. GRIESHAMMER Dave Swim Leaders 45 Swim Team 45 J.V. Swim Team 35 J,V. Wrestling 2 DAVID ALAN GRIFFIS Griils Big Show 35 Boys' Gym Leaders 2 BETTY GRIGONIS Betty E-Room Activities 45 Folk Club 45 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A,A. 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Majorette Club 25 N.F.L. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Ski Club 45 Fall Play 35 Student Council Executive Board 45 Swim Show 3, 45 Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 45 Wai Napolo 3, 45 Winter Play 3, 4 SHARON M. GRIMES Sherri Cheerleaders 25 Substitute 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Club 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 35 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.F.L. 3, 4, Vice-President 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 45 Fall Play 35 Student Council Representative 45 Talent Scouts E,H,S, 3, 4 KIRSTEN GROCE Kris Transler Student 3 Bindy BELINDA GROMLEY Big Show 35 F,N.C. 45 Magnum Club 2, Secretary 2 Gary GARY GUENTHER Big Show 45 E'Room Activities 45 Magnum Club 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 TIMOTHY GULICH Ottie J.V. Basketball 25 E-Room Activities 45 Football 35 J.V. Football 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Track 2 SALLY GULICH Gulch F.T.A, 2, 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3. 45 Spectrum 4 LAUREL GULICK Laurie Cheerleaders 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Court 35 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 45 Swim Show 3, 45 Swim Leaders 3, 45 Talent Scouts 3, 45 Wai Napolo 3, 4 SUZANNE MARIE GUSTETIC Sue Euclidian Business Stall 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2, 35 F.T,A. 2, 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 25 I.O.S. 45 N.F.L. 45 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Survey Editorial Stalt 25 Survey Training Club 2 ALAN HERMAN GUTTMAN AI Baseball 2, 3, 4 JOHN WILLIAM GYDOSH Johnny Track 3 WAYNE HAAS Reb Transler Student 3 244 TIM HAASE Hoss Football 35 J.V. Football 25 Foremen's Club 2, 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3 DAVID M, HALLER David Movie Club 2, 3, 45 Political Affairs Club 4 PETER JOHN HALLER Pete Chess Club 45 Political Affairs Club 45 Stamp Club 2, 35 J.V. Swim Team 2, 3 ROBERT HALTERMAN Bob ELIZABETH STEADMAN HAMBY Beth Cadet Band 25 Friendship Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3 Bebes WILLIAM BRENT HAMILTON Football 3, 4, Tri-Captain 45 J.V. Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Stagecralt 2, 3, 4 KAREN HANCOVSKY Karen Friendship Club 25 F.B,L.A. 2, 35 G,A,A. 25 Spring Play 3 DIANE HANNAN Mushroom F.N.C. 2 JAMES D. HANSON Hans MILFERD CURTIS HANSON JR. Curt Cross Country 3, 45 Letterman 45 Wrestling 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 MARY C. HARE Mary Student Council Representative 2 MIKE HARRIS Mike Choral Masters 3, 45 Folk Club 2, 3, 45 F,T,A. 2, 35 Key Club 25 N.F.L. 45 Fall Play 25 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 35 Track 2 JANICE HARVAN Jan Human Relations Seminar 45 Linguist Club GARY HASSEL Gary JANICE E. HATCHER Jan SUSAN JEANNE HATHAWAY Sue Friendship Club 25 F.N.C. 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linguist 2 JEFFREY HAY Jeff Transfer Student 2 LIZBETH HEGLAW Boo Cheerleaders 35 Euclidian Editoral Statl 3, 4, Photo Edi- tor 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 Friendship Club 25 GAA. 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 l.O.S. 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 Student Council Representative 2 JOHN HEGLER Heg DAVID HEHEMAN David EWALD HEISE Ewald Baseball 25 Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 4 ANN VICTORIA HELMUTH Ann Eucuyo 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Linguist Club 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 4 CAROL ANN HENIKMAN Carol F.T.A, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 45 G,A.A. 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spirits 3, 4 DANIEL HERRMANN Daniel SUZANNE HERTFELDER Susie E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 Hu- man Relations Seminar 45 Prom Committee 3, 4 SUSAN HEWITT Susan EVA LOU HIGNITE Eba Lou E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Fall Play 25 Student Council Representative 2 CLARE LOUISE HILLE Hille Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 l.O,S. 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Co-ed Volleyball 45 Spectrum 3, 4, Secretary 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Third Page Editor 45 Survey Training Club 2 ELAINE SUGA HIRUO Elaine Transfer Student 25 A,F.S. 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Friend- ship Club 35 Human Relations Seminar 45 Survey Edi- torial Staff 45 Survey Training Club 35 World Affairs Club 4 CAROL HITCHCOCK Hitch A.F.S. 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 25 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4 DALE HOCEVAR Dale JOAN HOCEVAR ,loanie F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Student Council Representative 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 RICHARD HOINSKI Hoinker Baseball 25 E-Room Activities 45 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 JOHN SCOTT HOLA Scott KAREN HOLODNIAK Charlie Brown F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Linguist Club 25 Ski Club 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4 DIANE HORABIK Diane MAUREEN CAROL HORTON Maureen Folk Club 2, 45 Friendship Club 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 JEANE HOFIVAT Jeane ALLEN HORVATH Horvo Key Club 3, 45 Marching Band 25 Pep Band 25 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 4 MARY HRDLICA Kathy Transfer Student 35 Folk Club 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Political Affairs Club 35 Spectrum 35 World Affairs Club 3, 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 4 MARY LOU ANN HROVAT Lou Friendship Club 35 Malorette Club 25 Student Council Representative 2, 3 GREGG HUDDLESTONE Gregg Bowling 45 Chess Club 4 JACOUELINE HULL Jacqueline JUDITH LYNN HULL Judy Transfer Student 35 Ski Club 45 Spirits 4 NANCY HULL Nan F,T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 45 l.Q,S. 45 Linguist Club 2, 35 Spirits 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Second Page Editor 45 Survey Training Club 35 World Affairs Club 2 MARC HUMPHREY Marc E-Room Activities 45 Football 3, 45 J.V, Football 25 Boy's Gym Leaders 2, 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Letter- man 3, 45 N.F.L, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Swim Team 3, 45 J,V. Swim Team 2 KOLENE HUNCHAREK Kolene LAVERNE IVEC Laverne ANITA KAY JACKSON Sis E-Room Activities 4 GERALD JANCIGAR Geri CYNTHIA JANSA Cindy Friendship Club 25 F,N.C. 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Prom Committee 35 Spectrum 4 JANE JAQUAYS Jane Choral Masters 35 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Folk Club 45 Friendship Club 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 l.Q.S., Spectrum 3, 45 Var- sity Chorale 4 CHARLES PAUL JAWORSKI Charlie Transfer Student 4 FRANK JELENIC Frank WILLIAM JERIN Bill Wrestling 3 STEVE JEZERINAC Jezzy Football 3, 45 J.V, Football 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 4, Vice-President 45 Spirits 45 Stagecraft 4 DAVID ALAN JOHNSON Dave JUDY JOHNSON Judy Choral Masters 35 Friendship Club 2, 35 Girl's Concert Choir 25 N.F.L. 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spirits 45 Varsity Chorale 4 ROBERT WAIN JOKELA Bud J.V, Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 25 Key Club 25 N.F.L. 25 Wrestling 35 J.V. Wrestling 2 SUZANNE L. JOKELA Red Big Show 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 Spectrum 45 Fall Play 25 Stagecraft 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 45 Winter Play 3, 4 DOUGLAS JONES Jug Bridge Club 35 F,B.L.A. 45 Political Affairs Club 35 Student Council Representative 35 Youth Power 4 CHARLENE ANN JOYCE Charley C.O.E. 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Friendship Club 25 F.B.L.A, 25 G.A,A. 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Home- coming Committee 2, 35 Junior Cabinet 35 Prom Com- mittee 45 Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Executive Board 3 KATHLEEN KADLEC Kathy cos. 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 F.B,L.A. 2, 3, 4, 1 easurer 35 Ski'CIub 3 JOAN DOROTHY KADOW Joan Choral Masters 3, 45 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Friend' ship Club 35 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4 DALE KALAMASZ Dale Cadet Band 25 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 25 N,A.S.S. 2, 3, 45 Science Seminar 45 Swim Team 2, 3, 45 J,V Swim Team 2, Track 2, 3, 4 SUZANNE KAPLER Sue Friendship Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Spectrum 45 Stagecraft 25 Voices of Art 4, Treas- urer 4 KAREN LYNN KARBERG Karen A.F.S. 35 C.O.E. 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 35 F,T.A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3 ANITA KARP Anita D,E.C,A. 4 KAREN ANN KATONA Karen Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, Co-Ads Manager 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 2: F.T A, 2, 3, 45 GAA, 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 l,Q.S. 3, 45 N.F,L, 45 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 4 GENE KAUFMAN Gene SANDRA MARIE KAVEL Sandy Big Show 35 Friendship Club 25 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Malorette Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 4 IRVIN KAYS Irv WILLIAM MARTIN KAZEN Mohammond Magnum Club 3, 45 Talent Scouts E,H.S, 3. 45 Wrestling 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 GAYLE JEANETTE KEHRES Gayle Chevron Society 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 35 FN C. 3, 45 G.A.A. 35 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Spectrum 35 Spirits 4 KENNETH EUGENE KELEMBER Kenn Big Show 45 Concert Band 2 JOHN DOUGLAS KELLER Doug Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Swim Team 2, 3, 4 DOUGLAS EUGENE KELLEY Doug J,V. Basketball 25 Concert Band 25 Football 35 J.V, Football 25 Marching Band 2 RICHARD W. KELLY Rich Golf Club 4 SHARON LOUISE KELLY Sharon Book Store 2, 3, 45 Cadet Band 25 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Vice- President 3 TIM KENNEALLY Tek Transfer Student 4 DONNA JOYCE KENNY Hippy TIMOTHY KEOUGH Tim CHERYL DIANNE KEYES Cheryl BONNIE KERMAVNER Bonnie JAMES WILLIAM KERSHAW Jim Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 35 I.Q.S. 3, 45 Key Club 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Pep Band 35 Pit Band 35 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 35 Swim Team 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3 ANDREW ALBERT KEVER Andy Transfer Student 25 Choral Master 45 F.T.A. 3, 4, Secretary 45 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 4 MICHAEL KICKLE Mike ROSEMARY KAY KIMOSH Rose E-Room Activities 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Folk Club 45 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Linguist Club 25 Maiorette Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Spec- trum 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4 BERNADETTE KIFISCI-I Bernie Transler Student 35 F.T.A. 3, 4 CHERYL ANN KITKO Cheri Cheerleaders 3, Substitute 35 Choral Masters 3, 45 E-Room Activities 3: Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Stu- dent Council Representative 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ROSEMARY CATHERINE KLANCAR ROSie F.N.C. 2, 45 GAA. 3, 45 Ski Club 35 Spectrum 45 Spring Play 4 MICHAEL KOLLJS Mike DIANA LYNN KOMOCAR Kom Ads Club 2, 35 Euclidian Editorial Stall 3, 4, Sopho- more Editor 3, lndentilication Editor 45 Euclidian Train- ing Club 2, 35 G,A.A. 25 Humanities 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 Spirits 4 GARY STEVEN JOHN KORDOS K0rd'S ROBERTA KORMOS Robin Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Human Relations Seminar 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Survey Training Club 2, 3 VICTORIA ANN KORTHALS The Swede Big Show 3, 45 E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Folk Club 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 GAA. 2, 3, 45 Home- coming 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 JOHN KOSKI John THOMAS J. KREN Thgm Euclidian Editorial Staft 3, 4, Art Editor 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Human Relations Seminar 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spirits 35 Student Council Representative 25 Junior Class President 35 Buckeye Boys' State 3 GARY KRSOLOVIC Gary CATHERINE MARIE KRUGER Cathy Ski Club 3 GERALD KUCHARSKI J. C. Folk Club 3 RITA KUHN Rita LORRAINE MARY KURET Lorrie ARLENE LACH Arlene E-Room Activities 45 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Major- JUDITH EMILLE KLANN Judd Folk Club 2, 3 PAULAGENE KLEIN Paula D.E.C.A. 4 MARY JO KLOCKER Mary Jo Junior Red Cross 25 Friendship 25 F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 Pink Panther 4, Secretary 4 MARGARET ANN KOSKI Peggy E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Ski Club 2 WILLIAM KOS Bill ROSE MARY KOSTELAC Bunny COE. 45 Friendship Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 F.T.A. 35 GAA. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 SANDRA SOPHIE KOSTELIC Beech F.B.L.A. 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 JEAN KOVACIC Jeanne F,B,L,A. 4 JANET ARDYTHE KOZAK Jan Cheerleaders 3, 45 Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Student Council Representative 3 ettes 45 Majorette Club 2, 35 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 DAVID KLOPOVIC Dave Cross Country 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 4 JAMES KNIGHT Jim Big Show 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Pep Band 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Swim Team 35 J.V. Swim Team 2 KATHERINE KOCHEVAR Kit Book Store 25 Folk Club 2, 35 Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Malorette Club 2 CHARLES W. KOELLING Chuck Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Master 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Varsity Chorale 45 Winter Play 2 REINHART KOEPP ll Ron DIANA LYNN KOETH Freckles F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 GAA. 2 SHARON ANN KOETH Sherry Transfer Student 35 C.O.E. 4, F,T.A. 3 MARYANN KOHUT Maryann Friendship Club 2, 35 F.B,L.A. 3 DOLORES KOZAR Dolores Friendship Club 2, 35 F.B.L,A, 35 GAA. 3 ARTHUR STEPHEN KOZIERA Art Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Soccer 2 KENNETH KRAKAU Kenneth RONALD KRAL Flon FTA 35 Magnum Club 4 GARY L. KRALL Gary Chess Club 4 GALE KRAMAR Gale Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Student Council Representative 4 CAROL KRAMER Carol LEONARD KRAMER Lenny JAMES KREBS James GARY JOHN KRECH Gary SHANELY RAE KREJCI Shay Big Show 3, 45 Choral Masters 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Varsity Chorale 4 LINDA MARIE LANG Linda SUSAN DIANE LANSER Sue F.T.A. 45 GAA, 3, 4 DAVID CALVIN LAUFER Wheeled Humanities 45 Voices ol Art 4 JOAN LAUKIAVICH Joan KATHLEEN LAURICH Kathy Friendship Club 2, 35 F.T,A, 3, 45 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, Executive Board 45 G.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Rep- resentative 2, Sports Co-ordinator 35 GirI's Tennis 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Volley- ball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Field Hockey 2, 35 Spectrum 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 4 DENNIS ALLYN LAVORGNA Denny Big Show 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 45 Varsity Chorale 4 SUSAN LAVRICH Sue Spectrum 45 Spirits 4 TIMOTHY JOHN LAWLER Tim A,F.S. 3, 45 Big Show 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 E- Room Activities 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Sopho- more Mived Choir 25 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4: United Appeal Junior Class Chairman 3, School Chairman 45 Linguist Club 2, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 3, 45 Fall Play 25 Student Council Executive Board 3, 45 Student Council President 45 Swim Show 2, 45 Varsity Chorale 45 Winter Festival and Carnival Chairman 3 DAVID ALAN LAWRENCE Dave Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 l,Q.S, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Prom Committee 45 Survey Editorial Staff 35 Survey Training Club 25 Varsity Chorale 3, 45 Senior Scandal 4 CAROL LEASURE Carol Transler Student 45 Youth Power 4 NANCY ELLEN LEBET Nancy F,B.L.A. 2 CAROL LYNN LEHMAN Carol Ad Club 2, 3, 45 F.N.C. 4 LIBERTY BELL LEIGH Libbie Youth Power 4: Pink Panthers 4 GORDON DEWAYNE LEMKE Flash Linguist Club 4 FRANK LEMMO Frank Football 3, 4: J.V. Football 2: Letterman 3, 4: Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 VIRGINIA LENARCIC Ginny Choral Masters 3, 4: C,O.E. 4: E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club 2: Girl's Concert Choir 2: Girls' Basketball 3: Girls' Volleyball 3 NANCY LESIAK Nancy LAUREL LETNEY Laurie Cheerleaders 2, 4, Substitute 3: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4: Letterman 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Spirits 4: Student Council Representative 4: Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 JOAN LEWANDOWSKI Joanie Folk Club 3: F.N.C. 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 4: Malorette Club 3: Prom Committee 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Spectrum 3, 4: Spirits 4 DON LEWIS Sohuwah Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3: J.V. Basketball 2: Cross Country 2, 3: J.V. Football 2: Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3: Homecoming Committee 3: Key Club 2: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Letterman 3, 4: Movie Club 2: Stagecraft 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Spectrum 2: Soccer 4: Student Council Representative 2, 3: Wrestling 4 STUART LEYDA Stu DONNA LIBMAN Donna JEFFREY LICK Jeffrey KAREN LOBAS Karen Friendship Club 2, 3: G.A,A, 2, 3: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4: Majorettes 4: Maiorette Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council Representative 2, 3: Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 JEAN LOCZY Jean MARK LOMBARDO Lumpy Football 3, 4: J.V, Football 2: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Letterman 3, 4: Wrestling 3: J.V. Wrestling 2 DANNY LOMBARDO Danny Transfer Student 2: J,V. Football 2 MICHAEL LONCHAFI Uncle Mooney Football 3: J.V. Football 2: Key Club 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Letterman 3: Track 2, 3, 4 MARGARET ROSE ANN LOVICK Peggy Choral Masters 4: Friendship Club 2, 3: Girl's Con- cert Choir 3: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Malorettes 4, Substitute 4: Majorette Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Scandal 4: Ski Club 3: Talent Scouts E.H,S. 4: Winter Play 3 CATHY LOU LOVIN Cathy Friendship Club 2: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 MARGO MARY LUNDEFI Go Go Panther 4: Spectrum 3: Spirits 4 CATHERINE ANNETTE LUTZ Clutz Big Show 3: F.T.A. 4: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 3: Majorettes 4: Majorette Club 2, 3, 4: Talent Scouts E.H,S. 3, 4: Winter Play 3 BRAD LVMAN Rufus Baseball 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Let- termen's Club 3, 4: Letterman 3, 4 ERIC LYTTLE Rick LAURA MAASWINKEL Laura Cadet Band 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2: Girls' Volleyball 2, 3: World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4 MARY HELLEN MACDOUGALL Mary Mac Friendship Club 2, 3: F.T.A. 2: GAA, 2: Girl's Concert Choir 2: I.O,S. 3, 4: N.F.L. 4: Spectrum 3: Survey Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4: Survey Training Club 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND KIETH MACHI Ray D.E.C.A. 4 JOHN R. MACK John MARY M. MACKE Mary CAROLYN MADEJA Rubbles C.O.E. 3, 4: F,N,C, 2: Homecoming Committee 3: l.Q,S. 4: N.F.L. 2, 3, 4: Senior Scandal 4: Survey Business Staff 3, 4 SUSAN A. MADY Susan CAROL ANN MAHOVLIC Carol Ski Club 2, 3, 4 WAYNE RUSSELL MALZ Cowboy Chess Club 3, 4: Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4: Magnum 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Spring Play 4: Fall Play 4: Stage- craft 4: Winter Play 4: J.V. Wrestling 2 KATHLEEN JANICE MARCUS Kathy Folk Club 4: F,B,L,A. 2: Homecoming Committee 2, 3: Prom Committee 4: Ski Club 4: Student Council Rep' resentative 2: Student Council Executive Board 3, 4 TOM E. MARESCO Tommy Foremen's Club 4: Track 2 JOHN MARGHERET John DAVID MARINELLI David Football PAUL MARINO Paul Football 3: J.V. Football 2: Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Letterman 4: Soccer 4: Slagecraft 4: Wrestling 3, 4: J.V. Wrestling 2 FRANCINE MARION Francine E-Room Activities 2 VICTOR ALAN MARKOVICH Victor Big Show 2, 3, 4: Book Store 3, 4: Chevron Society 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Commit- tee 3: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: N.F.L, 4: Orchestra 2, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Pit Band 2, 3, 4: Senior Scandal 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Spring Play 2: Fall Play 3: Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4: Third Band Sergeant 4 ROSE M. MARTON Rose Friendship Club 2: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Prom Committee 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Spirits 4 MARGARET MASSIELLO Mag Friendship Club 2: F.T.A. 2, 4 ROBERT MATETICH Robert 247 DENNIS MATEYKA Denny Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4: Let- termen's Club 2, 3, 4: Letterman 2. 3, 4: Student Council Representative 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 3, 4: J,V. Wrestling 2 BERNICE MATULIS Bernie F.N.C. 2, 3, 4: GirI's Concert Choir 2, 3: Homecoming Committee 4: Prom Committee 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- cil Executive Board 4 GLEN MAURER Glen JOHN ANTHONY MAUSER John Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 4: Boys' Swim Leaders 3. 4: Student Council Representative 3: Swim Team 2, 3 DONALD JAY MAXA Don Basketball 3: J,V, Basketball 2: Big Show 3: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: N.A,S,S. 2, 3, 4: Stagecraft 3: J.V. Tennis 2: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: Letterman 2, 3, 4 RICHARD MAYFIELD Richard Foremen's Club 4, President 4: Magnum Club 3 DENNIS EDWARD MAYOCK Dennis Choral Masters 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Committee 3, 4: Key Club 4: Prom Committee 3, 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Spirits 4: Student Council Representative 4: Swim Show 2, 3, 4: Swim Team 2, 3 LELAND KEITH MC BRIDE Lee FTA. 3, 4, Executive Board 4: Key Club 2, 3: Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4: Political Affairs Club 3, 4, President 4: Student Council Representative 4, Exec- utive Board 4: Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3: Pep Band 3: Pit Band 3, 4: Talent Scouts 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Cadet Band 2: Concert Band 3 BONNIE LOU MC CARTNEY Bonnie Swim Show 3: Girls' Swim Leaders 3 GUY MC INTYRE Guy Choral Masters 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Ski Club 4: Stagecraft 4 JACK E. MC KEE JR. Jack Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4: Pit Band 4 JOHN ROBERT MC KEE John Chess Club 3: Radio Club 4: Science Seminar 2, 4: Archery 2, 3, 4 LINDA ELISABETH MC LAUGHLIN Lin Girl's Concert Choir 3: Junior and Senior Mixed Cl'l0ir4 MARLENE KAY MEARES Marlene JAMES MEHLING Jim PATRICIA ROSE MEHOLLIN Pat Friendship Club 2: F.B.l..A. 3: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Malorette Club 2. 3: Senior Scandal 3 RONALD MEISTER Ron JV Basketball 2: N,A,S S. 3: Letterman 3: Radio Club 4 MARYANN T. MELGUN Euclidian Business Staff 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4: Spectrum 4: Voices of Art 4 Maryann RONALD JOSEPH MENART Ron Transfer Student 3: D.E.C.A. 4 JOHN MEROS John KENNETH MERVO Kon BARBARA K. MOHAHAN Barb E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 N,F,L. 35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Winter Play 3 JAY MESSNER Jay BARBARA METZ BBFDBVB DAVE MIHACEVICH Dave Transfer Student 2 CHRISTINE MIHALIC Christine DEBRA LYNN MIHOCIK Debby Friendship Club 25 G,A.A. 25 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3 JANIS MIKLAVIC Janis JOHN MIKOVIC John F.T.A. 35 Movie Club 3 MARY EILEEN MIKUS Mary JANE ELAINE MILAVEC Janie F,T.A, 3, 45 G.A.A, 2, 45 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Girls' Volleyball 25 Survey Business Staff 35 Girls' Tennis 3 BRUCE MILLER Bruce Basketball 35 J.V. Basketball 25 Choral Masters 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Folk Club 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Home- coming Committee 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Math Club 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 MICHAEL MOONEY Mike Transfer Student 3 CATHERINE MOORE Cath Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 Malorette Club 2, 35 Spirits 4 KATHLEEN MOORE Kathy Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 N.F.L. 4 RICHARD ALAN MOORE Rick Movie Club 4 JOSEPH MORABITO Joseph ANNE MORLEY Anne Choral Masters 45 Transfer Student 4 JERRY MORRIS Jer E-Room Activities 3 TERRY DAVID MORRIS Terry Chess Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 3, Captain 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 BRIAN MILLER Brian MARILOU MILLER Marilou PENELOPE ANN MILLER Penny D.E,C.A. 45 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3 SUZANNE MILLER Suzy FREDERICK MARK MINIS Minnie Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Let- terman 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 45 Track 2, 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 25 Gymnastics 3 ROBERT G. MOSKOWITZ Bob Big Show 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Radio Club 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, Treasurer 3 DAVID MOYE Dave Transfer Student 35 F.B.L.A. 3 MARY JANE MROWCA Mary Folk Club 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Humanities 45 World Affairs Club 3 MICHAEL EDWIN MUELLER Mike Chevron Society 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Pit Band 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 DEBORAH MUGENSKI Debby Friendship Club 25 F.B.L.A. 35 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Student Council Representative 2 ROGER MUNSON Rog Big Show 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Executive Board 3, 4, Senior Director 45 Let- termen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Linguist Club 25 N,A.S.S, 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Student Council Represen- tative 45 Varsity Chorale 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Winter Festival Committee 45 Student Congress 4 Eucuyo 2, 3, 45 l.Q.S, 3, 45 Linguist Club 25 Stage- JANET MISCAVISH Jan C.O.E. 4, Treasurer 45 Friendship Club 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 4 MARIA MISTRETTA Maria Transfer Student 45 Choral Masters 4 ELLEN MIZNER Ellen Friendship Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Spectrum 4 KAREN MLACHAK Karen Transfer Student 25 Friendship Club 3 DIANE L. MOATS Diane Choral Masters 45 Friendship Club 25 F,T.A. 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Student Council Representative 45 Survey Business Staff 45 Survey Training Club 35 Winter Festival Court 3 FRANK MOCILNIKAR Frank Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Secretary 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Spirits 45 Soccer 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 ROBERT ANTHONY MODIC Rob Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3. 4, President 45 Swim Team 35 J.V. Swim Team 25 J.V. Tennis 25 Tennis 3, 4 MICHAEL MUROWSKY Mike CHARLES MYERS Charley DEBRA NADERER Debbie F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 4 LARRY RUDY NAGODE Larry Humanities 4 MICHAEL A. NAGY Michael Bowling Team 25 Camera Club 3 RICHARD NAKAJI Rich Student Council Representative 2, 35 J.V, Swim Team 25 J,V. Tennis Team 2 248 GLORIA EVE NALEPA Gior D,E,C.A. 45 Folk Club 35 Friendship Club 25 Ski Club 25 Girl's Concert Choir 2 DEBORAH NARO Debbie Girl's Concert Choir 25 Friendship Club 2 BARBARA NASH Barb AFS. 3, 4, Secretary 4: Euclidian Training Club 2: Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spectrum 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Humanities 3, 45 World Affairs 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 4 MONICA LOUISE NAWORSKI Polish-"ski" Book Store 2, 3, 4, Manager 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F,T.A. 2, 3, 45 G A,A. 2, 3, 45 Linguist 25 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Girls' Bas- ketball 3, 45 Spectrum 3, 4, Junior Representative 3, Executive Board 45 Spirits 45 Spring Play 25 Girls' Softball Team 3, 45 Cheering Block 25 World Affairs Club 45 Prom Committee 4 DALE EDWARD NEMETH Dale Linguist Club 45 Orchestra 25 Human Relations Semi- nar 4 JEANETTE NEMETH Jeanette Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Friendship Club 2 ROSE NEMETH Rose CAROLE ANN NEUMEYER Carole Big Show 45 Chevron Society 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Folk Club 35 G.A.A, 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 2, 3, 4 BONNIE JEANNE NEWTON Newt Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Malorette Club 2, 3, 4, Substitute 45 Spectrum 45 Spirits 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 3 BRUCE NEYLON Bruce Wrestling Club 2 TIM NICHOLS Tim JAMES OTTO NICKEL Jim Transfer Student 4 SANDRA NICKLES Sandra GERALDINE NIELSEN Gerry Choral Masters 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.N.C. 25 Student Council Representative 25 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 2 PAUL ERNESTO NIELSEN Paul Choral Masters 35 Cross Country 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Let- terman 2, 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 45 N,F.L. 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Seminar 25 Senior Scandal 45 Spirits 3, 4, President 45 Student Council Represen- tative 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Varsity Chorale 4 RAYMOND NIPPRESS Ray Foremen's Club 45 Swim Show 3, 4 ROBERT NODA Bob MARY ELIZABETH NOSSEK Mare Friendship Club 25 Linguist Club 2 KENNETH NOVAK Kenneth SUSAN JACOUELINE OBREZA Sue craft 35 Survey Editorial 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Human Relations Seminar 4 ROSEMARY MARIE O'DONNELL Rosey Friendship 23 Linguist Club 2 ROBERT OKTABETZ Bob KATHERINE OLDS Kathy Girl's Concert Choir 2, 33 Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 43 Swim Show 3, 43 Wai Napolo 3, 4 LOUIS OLSZEWSKI Louis JAMES CHARLES ORAZEN Jim Letterman 2, 3, 43 Stagecratt 43 J.V. Football 23 Football 3, 4 SHARON ORTMAN Sharon REBECCA SUSAN OTCASEK Becky Big Show 43 Choral Masters 3, 43 Friendship Club 33 Linguist Club 23 N.F.L. 3, 43 Senior Scandal 43 Spirits 43 Student Council Representative 43 Talent Scouts 43 Winter Play 3 BERNIE OVERBERGER Bernie JOHN OYSTER John Cross Country 43 Football 33 J.V. Football 23 Wrestling 3, 43 J.V, Wrestling 2 PATTI PAGE Patti BARBARA ANNE PALMER Barb Eucuyo 43 Euclidian Editorial Staff 43 Euclidian Train- ing Club 33 Friendship Club 2, 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Humanities 43 Ski Club 23 Spectrum 3, 43 Student Council Representative AIternate4 C.O.E. 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Friendship Club 23 MARY PALOZZI Mary JAMES A. PAOLUCCI Jim Football 33 J.V. Football 2 CARLA PARADISO Carla YOLANDA MARIE PARATTO Marie KEITH PARKINSON Keith HOLLY PATTERSON Holly Folk Club 2, 43 Human Relations Seminar 4 LINDA LOUISE PAWLAK Linda C.O.E. 43 F,B.L.A, 33 I.Q,S. 4 SALINA PAWLAK Salina STANLEY PEKLAY Stan Foremen's Club 4 DALE PEKRUL Dale Folk Club 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Golf Club 43 N.F.L. 2, 33 Science Seminar 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 4 MARK PENA Mark Choral Masters 33 E-Room Activities 43 Folk Club 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Golf Club 43 Pep Band 33 Ski Club 3, 43 Stagecraft 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 43 World Atfairs Club 3 THOMAS DALE PERCHAN Perch J.V. Football 2: Humanities 4: Student Council Rep- resentative 43 J.V. Swim Team 23 Senior Class Presi- dent 43 Language Lab Assistant 33 Hall Guard 3 BARBARA PERL Barb Friendship Club 2 DENISE PEROVSEK Denny F.T.A. 43 Girl's Concert Choir 2 BONNIE PERPAR Bonnie Euclidian Business Stall 43 Euclidian Training Club 33 Friendship Club 33 F,T,A, 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 l,Q.S, 43 Majorette Club 23 Prom Committee 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 4 MICHAEL PERRY Mike Bowling 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 CHRISTINE ADELE PETERSON Chris Euclidian Training Club 23 F.T.A. 33 Spectrum 43 Spirits 4 ANTHONY PETRO Tony Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 J,V. Wrestling 2 JOHN MICHAEL PETRO John Cadet Band 23 Camera Club 3, 43 Marching Band 23 Movie Club 3, 43 Radio Club 43 Chess Club 4 JAMES PETROVIC Jim Cross Country 33 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4 BLANCHE PIERCE Blanche Cheerleaders 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Homecoming Court 43 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA L. PIKULA Patti E-Room Activities 33 Malorette Club 23 Prom Commit- tee 33 Ski Club 3, 43 Spectrum 3, 43 Spirits 4 Steve STEVE PISCOPO J.V. Football 23 Letterman 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4 MARY PLAGA MSW Friendship Club 4 DONNA JEAN PLICKERT Donna F,B.L.A. 33 G,A.A. 2, 3 SHIRLEY ELLEN PLOTT Shirley Friendship Club 23 G.A.A. 2, 43 Humanities 43 Girls' Track 23 Spectrum 4 CAROLYN MARIE POGRAIS Carolyn F.N.C. 33 F.T,A, 43 G.A.A, 2, 33 l.O.S. 3, 43 Or- chestra 2, 33 Ski Club 33 Survey Business Stalf 3, 4, Finance Manager 43 Survey Training Club 2 JOHN ANTHONY POLITO John JOHN POWALIE John D.E.C.A. 4 Linda LINDA MAE POZUN CO E. 43 Friendship Club 2, 33 Girl's Concert Choir 23 Majorette Club 2 JACK DENNIS PRASEK Prak Lettermen's Club 43 Letterman 3, 43 Stagecrait 23 Track 2, 3, 4 GARY CHARLES PRATT Gary l.O.S. 3, 43 Survey Editorial Stall 3, 4, Tri-Editor 43 Survey Training Club 23 United Appeal Student Com- mittee 4 JAMES PRIBONIC James oAvE Pmcs Tiny Basketball 3, 43 J.V. Basketball 23 Football 33 J.V. Football 23 Soccer 4 249 WENDELL W. PRICE Wendell E-Room Activities 43 Football 33 J.V, Football 23 Human Relations Seminar 43 Key Club 43 Senior Cabinet 4, Treasurer 43 Spirits 4 PATRICIA PRIMOZNIK Patsy Folk Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Prom Committee 33 Ski Club 43 Spectrum 4 SCOTT EVAN PROCTOR Scott Folk Club 3, 43 Ski Club 4 KATHLEEN MARIE PULTORAK Kath Folk Club 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 23 Drama Work- shop 3 EDWARD PURO Edward ROBERT ALLEN RACE Bob Voices of Art 4 ANDREW M. RADONICH Andy E-Room Activities 43 Track 23 J,V, Wrestling 2 DONALD J. RAKAS Don D.E,C.A. 4 DIANNE LOUISE RANKER Cherry RUDOLPH RAUKAR Rudy GARY RAY Gary GEORGIA GAYLE READY George Homecoming Committee 43 Student Council Represen- tative 4, Publicity 4 DAVID PAUL REBECK Dave Chevron Society 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Folk Club 33 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 N,F.L. 43 Orchestra 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Spring Play 2 TERESA RECHNER Terry DAVID REDEYE David ROBERTA DIANE REDFIELD Robbie E-Room Activities 43 Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 F,B.L.A. 43 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 4 BARBARA JO REED Barb AFS, 33 Choral Masters 33 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 42 Euclidian Training Club 23 Friendship Club 2, 33 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Girl's Concert Choir 23 I.O.S, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 43 Prom Committee 3, Refreshment Chairman 33 Spirits 43 Swim Show 3, 43 Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 43 Varsity Chorale 43 Wai Napolo 3, 4, Historian 4 CHERYL LEE REED Big Show 4: Girl's Concert Choir 2, 33 Linguist Club 2, Spectrum 43 Spring Play 43 Fall Play 43 Stagecrait 3, 43 Winter Play 43 Cheering Block 3, 4: Soccer Crew 4 Cherie STEVE REESE Steve GLORIA ANN MICHELLE REGALBUTO Ralph Big Show 33 Camera Club 43 Euclidian Editorial Statl 3, 4, Head Photographer 43 Euclidian Training Club 2, 33 F.T,A. 3, 43 I.O.S. 3, 43 N.F.L, 4, Student Congress 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Spirits 43 Buckeye Girls' State Delegate 3 KAREN REINBOLT Karen DONNA REINKE Donna MARION ELLEN REINKE Toots Friendship Club 25 F.T.A, 3, 4, Executive Board 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 4 CHRISTINE REINWALD Chris A.F,S. 3, 45 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Human Relations Seminar 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 Spectrum 3, 45 Survey Business Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 Cheering Block 2 MARK A. ROSSI Mark ELAINE SABO Elaine GAIL KATHLEEN RES Gail F.N.C. 2 ORSON B. RICHMOND Orson Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4 DARLENE A. RICKARD Dar TERRENCE P. RIEDER Terry Choral Masters 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 JOHN J. RIETH John Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 SUSAN JANE RINEHART Jane Sophomore Mixed Choir 35 Student Council Representa- tive 2, 3 FRAN ROBERTS Franny Friendship Club 25 Spectrum 3, 4 DAVID EDWARD ROBINSON Dave J.V. Football 25 Wrestling 2 JOHN F. ROBINSON John Folk Club 4 LESLIE ROBINSON Leslie F.T.A. 3. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Voices of Art 4 TOM ROCKWELL Rock DANIEL J. ROEDER Dgn D.E.C.A. 4 SALLY JAYNE ROGELL Sally Cheerleader 3, Substitute 45 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A, 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Survey Editorial Stafl 35 Survey Training Club 2 BRIAN DALE ROLAND Choral Masters 45 J.V. Football 2: Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4: Talent Scouts E,H.S. 4 MARGARET ROLLER Brian Maggie BARBARA ALICE ROMOSER Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Ski Club 2, 3: Girls' Basketball 2. 3: Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 3, 4 DENNIS JOSEPH ROSA Barbara Dennis MARK ANTHONY ROSSODIVITA Mark MARIA ROZMAN Maria Transfer Student 4 MICHAEL EDWARD RUPERT Mike CHRISTOPHER D. RYAN Chris MARLAINE LOUISE RYAN Mar F.B.L.A, 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Student Council Representative 45 Survey Business 4 LOUIS SABA Lou Cadet Band 2, 35 Concert Band 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 2, 35 F,T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 G.L.C. 3, 4, Executive Board 45 March- ing Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3 MARK M. SABULA Mark Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 3, 45 Student Council Alternate 4 CYNTHIA SAK Cindy Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 25 F.T.A, 2, 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Homecoming Com- mittee 45 Junior Cabinet 3: Malorette Club 25 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 45 Student Council Alternate 2 BARBARA ELLEN SAMSA Barb Friendship Club 25 F.B.L.A 35 F.N,C. 2, 35 Girl's Con- cert Choir 25 Ski Club 2, 35 Spectrum 35 Survey Business Staff 4 ROBERT SAMUELE Robert MICHAEL SARRAINO Mike JOHN SCALZO John ALBERT C. SCI-IEIMANN Al Folk Club 45 Science Seminar 2 TERRY SCHENCK Terry Key Club 2, 35 Magnum Club 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 35 JV. Wrestling 2 CANDACE LEIGH SCHEURMAN Candy Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Major- ette Club 35 Ski Club 25 Student Council Representative 45 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4 IRENE YVONNE SCHIMES Renle THOMAS J, SCHMENK Tom Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Movie Club 2, 3, 45 Survey Business Staff 45 Survey Training Club 2, 35 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3 JOHN CONN SCHULTE Jghn Football 35 J.V. Football 25 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Prom Committee 45 J,V. Swim Team 25 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 35 Winter Play 3 BERNADETTE SCHULTZ Bernie Survey Business Staft 45 Secretary RAY CARL SCHULTZ Spud J,V. Basketball 25 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Letter- men's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 DUANE SCHULZ Duane DAWN C. SCHULZ Dawn LIN MICHAEL SCHUFFERT White Owl FRED SCHWENKE Fred Soccer 45 Track 3, 4 ROSEMARY SCOTT Scottie F,T,A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 45 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Ski CARL LEONARD ROSENBERGER Carl Camera Club 2, 35 Folk Club 2, 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Humanities 45 Talent Scouts E,H.S, 3, 45 Voices ol Art 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 4 CHERYL ROSS Shari Transfer Student 35 Girl's Concert Choir 3 RICHARD SCHNEIDER Sunshine F.T.A. 35 P.A, Club 4 LEE EUGENE SCHROYER Lee Transfer Student 4 CAROL SCHUBERT Carol LIN SCHUFFERT Lin Club 4 WILLIAM GENE SCOTT Bill Football 3 BARBARA J. SEIFERT Barb Cadet Band 25 E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Club 35 Marching Band 2 LINDA SENGER Linn Friendship Club 25 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3: Human Relations Seminar 45 Youth Power 4 WILLIAM ALLEN SHAFFER Shaft Baseball 25 Key Club 45 Science Seminar 3, 45 Track 3, 4 CRAIG PATRICK SHARON Craig Football 2, 3, 45 Boys' Leaders 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 NA,S.S. 3, 45 N.F.L, 25 Spirits 45 Track 2, 3, 4 SALLY LYNNE SHEMKUNAS Salina Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 3: Prom Committee 3. 45 Senior Scandal 45 Student Council Representative 3 BARBARA SI-IENK Barb F,T.A, 2, 3, 45 GAA. 45 Girls Tennis 2, 3, 45 N,F.L. 45 Student Congress 4 ROBERT THOMAS SHENKEL Spankey LLOYD E. SHERMAN Les Big Show 3, 45 Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 4: Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3. 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Stagecraft 3, 45 Swim Team 3, 45 J.V. Swim Team 2 RENIA SHERRILL Renia Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 4 MARY JANE SHIELDS Janey Book Store 4 JAMES SHILANDER Jim Cadet Band 2, 35 Chess Club 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Radio Club 4, Treasurer 4. Science Seminar 3, 4 BRENDA ARLENE SHIPLEY Brenda Friendship Club 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 45 Pink Panthers 4, Treasurer 4 DONALD JOHN FRANCIS SHISILA Shish Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 J,V. Basketball 25 Camera Club 25 Cross Country 25 E-Room Activities 45 F.T.A. 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 25 Key Club 25 Letter- men's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Movie Club 25 N,A.S.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Ski Club 35 Library Monitor 45 Soccer 35 Stagecraft 45 Student Council Representative 2 KAREN DEBORAH SHOOK Karen E-Room Activities 45 Euclidian- Business Stalt 3, 4, Co-Lay-out Manager 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 Folk Club 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 GirI's Concert Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 l,Q.S, 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 45 Winter Festival Committee 4 WILLIAM SHRIVER Bill Chess Club 45 Humanities 4 5N.F,L. 4 JOYCE ANN SIAT Joyce Eucuyo 3. 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 Humanities 3, 45 l.Q.S, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Spectrum 3, 45 Survey Editorial Staft 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor-in-Chief 45 Survey Training Club 2 LAUFIIE SICKLEFI Laurie Choral Masters 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 35 Friendship Club 25 F,N.C. 2, 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 25 Spectrum 4 BONNIE SIEFERD Grace MICHAEL JOHN SIKOFIA Mike Cadet Band 2, 35 Concert Band 45 D.E.C.A. 45 March- ing Band 3, 45 Soccer 2 KAREN JANE SILSBY Karen Choral Masters 45 Friendship Club 25 GirI's Concert Choir 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Malorettes Club 3, 45 Malorettes 45 Malorette Substitutes 45 Ski Club 4 MARLENE SILVERMAN Marlene SANDFIA LEE SILVEFIMAN Sandy SUSAN MAFIIE SIMON Sue F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Executive Board 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 GirI's Concert Choir 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 I.O.S. 45 Mixed Choir 45 Ski Club 45 Girls' Field Hockey 25 Spectrum 3, 45 Student Council Alternate 35 Survey Business Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 2 ROBERT SINGER Bob Boys' Gym Leaders 25 Soccer 2 JOHN SIRNIK John Transfer Student 4 MARIA ANN SIVEC Maria F.T.A. 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Survey Editorial Staff 2 SUSAN LYNN SIVIK Sue E-Room Activities 45 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Eu- clidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 F.T,A. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spirits 4 LARRY SKAPIN Larry Key Club 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 4 PATRICIA SKEYA Patricia Folk Club 2, 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 4 BARBARA SKAFAR Barb COLLEEN L. SKONIER Colleen Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Majorette 25 Spectrum 45 Survey Busi- ness Statf 45 Survey Training Club 3 AGNES SKULLY Shnook GirI's Concert Choir 2, 35 Ski Club 4 GEOFFREY SLEEPER Geoffrey Science Seminar 2, 3 SUSIE SLUSSAR Susie Transfer Student 3 RANDI SLUSSER Randee SUSAN PATRICIA SMELTZ Susan Cheerleaders 2, 35 Cheerleader Substitutes 25 E-Room Activities 45 Panther 45 Ski Club 45 Girls' Basketball 45 Talent Scouts E.H,S. 45 Winter Festival Committee 45 Winter Play 3 DONNA SMINK Donna Drama Workshop 45 Linguist Club 2, 3 KENNETH SMITH Kenneth ROBERT KENNETH SMITH Bob Chess Club 35 Choral Masters 3. 45 Cross Country 3, 4, Captain 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.A.S.S, 3, 45 Science Seminar 25 Spring Play 25 Sophomore Play 25 Stagecraft 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 4 GERALD SNELLER Jerry CYNTHIA SNYDER ERIC ROBERT SNYDER Snydes National Honor Society 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Vice- President 45 Science Seminar 2, 3 STEVE SOLOKY Steve Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Head Sergeant 45 Pep Band 4 PATRICK SOLTIS Pat KATHLEEN SOMRAK Kathy F,T.A. 25 G,A,A, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Volleyball 2, 35 Girls' Field Hockey 2 SHELLEY LYNNE SPELLMAN Shelley A.F.S. 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 F.T,A. 2, 3, 45 Home- coming Committee 45 Linguist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Student Council Executive Board 4, Secretary 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 35 Winter Festival Committee 4 THOMAS SPIKE Tom LINDA SPRING Linda Transfer Student 4 MICHAEL SPRINGOB Michael Mary Lou MARY LOU STAHRE Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 F,B.L.A. 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 25 Spirits 4 NANCY JO STANLEY Stan F.N.C. 31 GAA. 2, 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Field Hockey 2 JEFF STARZYNSKI Jeff KENDALL H, STAUFFER Kendall Big Show 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3. 45 Folk Club 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Spring Play 35 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 3, 45 Winter Play 3 251 DAN STEARNS Dan Movie Club 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA ANN STEIGAUF Pat Big Show 25 Cheerleaders 25 Folk Club 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Panther 45 Spring Play 25 Stagecraft 2, 3, 4 GAFIY STEINFURTH Gary SUSAN ESTHER STERLEKAR Sue Friendship Club 25 Majorettes 3, 45 Malorette Club 2, 3, 45 Maiorette Substitutes 35 Ski Club 35 Spirits 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 DIANE STERLING Dee Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4 LOUIS RALPH STEVENS Louie Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Student Council Fleprcsenta tive 25 J.V. Swim Team 3 VICTORIA STEVENS Victoria EDWARD THOMAS STIBLEY Ed Foremen's Club 45 Political Affairs Club 4 JUDY ANN STISCAK Judy Friendship Club 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 35 F,N,C, 3, 45 F,T A. 35 G,A.A. 3, 45 Spectrum 35 Survey Business Staff 4 MIKE STOCKTON Mike D.E.C,A, 4 CHARLES MICHAEL STOUT Mike JOANN ELLEN STRANG Joann Friendship Club LESLIE ELLEN STRATTON Les Big Show 25 Choral Masters 35 Girl's Concert Choir 25 G,L C. 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Linguist Club 45 NFL. 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Spirits 45 Spring Play 25 Student Council Representative 45 Varsity Chorale 45 Winter Play 3 JUDITI-I NANETTE STHAUGHAN Judy F,T,A, 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 4 WAYNE LOUIS STREBLE Wayne Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 4: Cross Country 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2. 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Track 3, 4 LILLIAN STREKAL Lil C.O.E, 45 Folk Club 25 Malorette Club 2 THERESE LYNN STUBER Teri LUCILLE MARCELLA STUCKI Luci Friendship Club 2, 35 GirI's Concert Choir 25 Majorettes 4, Head Majorette 45 Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Malorette Substitutes 35 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Talent Scouts EHS. 3, 4 JANET MARIE SUBEL Janet Ad Club 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 F,B.L.A. 3, Secre- tary 35 Student Council Representative 3 SUSAN FRANCINE SUSEL Sue Friendship Club 25 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 4: Swim Show 3, 45 Swim Leaders 3, 45 Wai Napolo 3, 4 MICHELE MARY SVIGEL Michele Ad Club 3, 45 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 45 Y-Teens 4, Secretary 4 CLARABETH TANNEHILL C.B, RITA VASAS Cheeta PAUL EDWARD SWAIDNER Paul ROBERT D. SWEET Bob Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Science Seminar 3, 4 LYNN SWEIGERT l-Ynfl GirI's Concert Choir 2, 3 BOB SWIFT Bob GEOFFREY SWISHER Geoil J.V. Basketball 35 Big Show 35 Bowling 25 Cross Country 45 Lettermen's Club 35 Letterman 35 Football 25 F.T.A. 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Math Club 35 Science Seminar 25 Survey Training Club 25 Wrestling 25 Youth for Christ 3 KAREN MAUREEN SWOGGER Karen SHIRLEY ANN SWONGER Shirley SAMUEL JOSEPH SYRACUSE Sam Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 IRENE SZABO Reenie Folk Club 25 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Girls' Basketball 3, 45 Girls' Track 2 LAWRENCE TALTY Larry Choral Masters 2, 35 Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Junior Class Vice-President 35 Junior Cabinet 35 Majorettes 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Student Council Representative 2, 3 KATHLEEN TANNER Kathie C.O.E. 4 SHELLEY ELAINE TARANTINO Shell Big Show 35 Cadet Band 3, 45 Friendship Club 25 F,N,C. 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Homecoming Committee 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Pep Band 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Ski Club 35 Student Council Repre- sentative 3 BARBARA JEAN TAYLOR Barb Choral Masters 4: Euclidian Training Club 25 Folk Club 45 F.T.A. 35 Girl's Concert Choir 35 G.L.C, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 35 Spirits 4 GARY TAYLOR Gary Folk Club 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Talent Scouts E.H,S. 3 ROBERT W. TAYLOR Bob Big Show 35 J.V. Football 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Talerl Scouts E.H,S, 35 Varsity Chorale 3, 4 PATRICIA ANN TELICH Trish Cheerleaders 35 E-Room Activities 45 F.T,A. 2, 3, 45 Grrl's Concert Choir 25 G L.C, 45 Panther 4, Captain 45 Ski Club 25 Spirits 45 Fall Play 25 Student Council Representative 2 LEIGH THOMAS Leigh Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Key Club 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Pep Bend 2, 35 Pit Band 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 4 ARNOLD D. UHAS Dave J.V. Football 25 Soccer 2 STANLEY FRANK ULLE Stanley Junior Red Cross 35 Golf Club GRETCHEN LOUISE ULSTROM Gretch Ad Club 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 GirI's Concert Choir 25 RICHARD THOMAS Rick Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Golf Club 2 MICHAEL J. THOME Mike Stagecraft 4 NANCY TIANELLO NSFICY RICHARD TIANELLO Richard MICHAEL TITTNICH Mike KATHLEEN TOLL Kitty Friendship Club 2 SHIRLEY TOPLAK Shirley Transler Student 25 Survey Business Staff 4 BETTY TORP Betty JEANNETTE TOTH Jean G.A.A. 2. 3, 4 PATRICIA ARMSTRONG TOTTEN Pat A.F.S. 35 Folk Club 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 425 Junior Cabinet 35 N.F.L. 35 Prom Committee 35 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA TREANOR Pat Friendship Club 2 GENE R. TREBEC Gene ANN PRUDENCE TROMMETTER Ann Euclidian Business 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 2, 35 Homecoming Court 4, Queen 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 2, 45 Swim Show 2 3 4' Swim Leaders 2 3 4' Wai Napolo 22 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 'Winter' Festival Court JEANNETTE TROUT Jeannette Euclidian Training Club 25 Friendship Club 45 F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spirits 4 SUSAN MARIE TRUESDALE Sue JOHN JAMES TUCCERI JR. John Foremen's Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 JANE TELLING Jang Cadet Band 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 3 SANDRA TESCHNER Sandy Friendship Club 2: Linguist Club 25 Malorette Club 25 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 4 SYBIL ANGELA TETRICK Syb AF,S.!3, 45 Friendship Club 25 G,A,A. 45 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Track 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Survey Editorial Stalf 45 Survey Training Club 3 LINDA JOYCE TUCCI 2 c Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 MARY-MARGARET TUCCI Mary-Margaret Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 G.A,A, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 G.L.C, 45 Marching Band 2, 45 GirI's Volleyball 2, 3 JACOUELINE DIANE TURNER Jackie Transfer Student 4 KATHLEEN KAREN TURNER Kathy Folk Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 GirI's Concert Choir 2, 3 PATRICIA LYNN TURNER Pat 252 Spirits 4 LORETTA UMEK Lorry C.O.E. 45 Ski Club 2, 3 ELAINE ANN UNDERKOFLER Elaine Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 BRIAN STEPHEN URSICH Brian Junior Red Cross 35 Football 35 Track 2, 3, 45 J.V. Football 2 JANE VAGASKY Jane RICHARD ALAN VAHCIC Richard SANDRA VALENTI Sandy Transfer Student 35 C.O.E. 45 G,A.A, 2, 3 ROBERTA JEAN VANDEVEER Bobbi Jean Big Show 35 Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 N,F.L. 45 Swim Leaders 4 ALFRED VAN DYNE Allred ROMONA VANEK Mona Ad Club 3, 45 Friendship Club 3 JANICE VAN PLASSENDAL Folk Club 45 F.T.A. 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Alternate 4 Chipmunk RAYMOND G. VAN TILBURG Ray F.T.A. 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 3. 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Student Council Alternate 2 BRUCE E. VEHAR Harvey WAYNE VEHAR Wayne Transfer Student 4 ANTHONY VERCH Tony ALAN CLIFFORD VILCHECK Ill Al Basketball 2, 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 Cross Country 25 E-Room Activities 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letter- man 2, 3, 45 Library Monitor 45 Magnum Club 25 Ski Club 25 Stagecralt CATHARINE ANN VINCENT Cathy D,E.C.A. 45 Homecoming Court 25 Humanities 3 DAVID LEE VIRGINIA West Big Show 3, 45 Cadet Band 2, 35 Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Movie Club 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 45 Vice-President, Chess Club SHIRLEY VOCATURO Shirley MARGARET VOLLMAN Peggy Bowling 45 F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 HANS VON REKOWSKI Hans Magnum Club 4 RUTH LOUISE VON SICK Ruth C.O.E. 4 SANDRA VRH Sandy C.O.E. 45 Friendship Clu JAMES R. VYSKOUL Jim GREGORY WALKER Gregory JANICE WALKER Jan E-Room Activities 3, 45 Folk Club 25 GirI's Concert Choir 2, 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Malorette Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 45 Spectrum 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Winter Festival Committee 4 ROBERT WALLACE Rob F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Historian 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 N,F.L. 4 JEFFERY R. WALSH Jeffrey MAUREEN WALSH Maureen RONALD G. WALSH Bobo J.V, Football 25 Student Council Representative 2, 3 SARA WEINBERGER Sara PATSY WALTER Patt D.E.C.A. 4, Secretary 45 Folk Club 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Retail Management 4 ALAN WALTON Alan KATHLEEN WARNER Kathleen LAUREL-ANN WARNKE Laurie Big Show 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Friendship Club 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4: Spectrum 3, 4, President 45 Spirits 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S, 45 Varsity Chorale 4 DARLENE WATERWASH Darr LARRY JAMES WATTS Larry Baseball 2, 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 Wrestling 35 Youth Power 3, 4 GLORIA J. WEBER Glor Ad Club 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Club 25 F.T,A. 2, 35 GirI's Concert Choir 25 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Spirits 4 A.F.S, 35 Euclidian Business Stall 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 F.T.A, 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 45 Survey Training Club 2 SUSAN WEIR Susan ADRIENNE LOUISE WELLS Adie Voice of Art 4 JOHN ALAN WENDOLOWSKI John Key Club 2, 3, 4 JOHN PHILIP wHlTcoiviB Jghn E-Room Activities 3, 45 Golf Club 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Soccer 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 45 Youth Power 3, 4 DAVID WHITE Dave J.V. Football 2 THOMAS SUMNER WHITE Tom Baseball 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 35 Folk Club 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 45 Ski Club 45 Student Council Rep- resentative 2, 45 Track 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 ROBERT WICKS Robert Bowling 45 Homecoming Committee 35 Soccer 3, 4 ALEC WIGHTMAN Alec I.O.S, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Executive Board 3, 45 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 35 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Prom Committee 45 Survey Editorial Statl 3, 4, Sports Editor 45 Survey Training Club 35 Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Captain 4 KATHLEEN ANNE WILBER Kathie Choral Masters 3, 4: Euclidian Training Club 35 Friend- ship Club 2, 35 F.T.A 2, 3, 45 Executive Board 45 Soph- omore Mixed Choir 25 Majorette 2, 35 Pink Panthers 45 Spirits 4 DONNA WILBRAHAM Donna G.A.A. 25 Girl's Concert Choir 2 MARTHA WILDER Marty A.F.S. 25 Choral Masters 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A,A. 25 GirI's Concert Choir 25 G.L.C. 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Humanities 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Spirits 3, 45 Survey Editorial Staff Candidate lor N.C.T.E. CAROL WILLERT Carol Friendship Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Pink Panthers 45 President 4 LEROY WILLIAMS Leroy NANCY ANNE WILLIAMS Nancy Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Maj- orettes 45 Malorette Club 2, 3, 45 Malorette Substitutes 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 3, 4 ARTHUR LINWOOD WILSON Artie WILLIAM WARREN WILSON Bill LEE K, WINDER Lee NANCY WINTERS Nancy A.F.S. 2, 3, 45 E-Room Activities 3, 4, Chairman 35 G.A.A. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 G.L.C. 3, 4, Presi- dent 45 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Girls' Volleyball 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Executive Board 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Winter Festival Committee 3, 4 ALLEN ANTHONY WISNIEWSKI Al Baseball 2, 3, Manager 2, 35 Foremen's Club 4 TERRY W, WISSER Terry ANDREA WITCZAK Annie DAVE C. WOHLGEMUTH Wog GREG WOLENSKI Greg DIANE WUNDERLE Di KATHLEEN ELAINE YANCHAR Yanch Friendship Club 2, 35 Girl's Concert Choir 2, 35 Pink Panthers 4 KENNETH ALAN YATES Ken DALE E. YOGER Yogi BILL YOUNG JR. Causy Football 35 J,V. Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.A.S.S, 35 Track 2 I 253 GREG L. YOUNG Lulu LINDA ZADD Lin APS. 45 E-Room Activities 45 Friendshp Club 25 F.T.A, 2, 3, 45 G,A.A. 25 Junior Cabinet 35 Junior Class Secretary 35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spirits 45 Survey Training Club 2 MARIAN MARGARET ZAJC Marian Big Show 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 F.T A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 45 G,A.A. 35 I.O.S. 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 35 Spectrum 3, 45 Hrs- torian 45 Survey Business Stall 3, 45 Assistant Circula- tion Manager 35 Ads Manager 45 Survey Training Club 2 DAN ZDANOWICZ Bones Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 J.V. Basketball 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Stagecralt 4 KAREN ZELMAN Karen E-Room Activities 3, 45 Friendship Club 2, 35 FT.A. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Prom Committee 45 Student Council Representative 3 DAVID ALLEYN ZGONC Dave Basketball 35 J.V. Basketball 25 E-Room Activities 35 Football 2, 35 J.V. Football 25 Key Club 35 Lettermen's Club 35 Letterman 35 Movie Club 25 Ski Club 45 Library Monitor 4 GREGORY WAYNE ZGONC Greg J.V. Basketball 25 E-Room Activities 45 J.V. Football 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Prom Committee 45 Student Council Representative 4 DON ZIEGLER Don D,E.C,A. 45 Magnum Club 2, 3, 4 RONALD CARL ZIEMMER Zeke Transler Student 3 KARL ERIC ZIMMERMANN Zip Cross Country 2 JAMES ZIVIC Jim Cross Country 2, 35 Track 25 J.V. Wrestling 2 SHIRLEY ZNIDARSIC Shirl Friendship Club 25 Co-op 4 BETHANN ZONNEVILLE Beth Folk Club 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Spectrum 4 PATRICIA J. ZORKO Patricia EVA MARIA ZUCKER Eva Euclidian Editorial Stall 3, 4, Senior Editor 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 GLC, 45 Human Relations Seminar 45 l.O.S, 3, 45 Linguist Club 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA ZUPANC Patti E-Room Activities 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Friendship Club 2, 35 G.A A, 2, 35 Girl's Concert Choir 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 GLC, 35 IOS, 45 Maj- orette Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Survey Editorial Stall 3, 45 Survey Training Club 35 Voice of Art 4 JOANNA MARIE ZUPANCIC Joann D,E.C.A. 4, President 45 FBLA 35 Homecoming Com- mittee 3 MARGUERITE ZUST Peggy Cheerleaders 35 45 Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 3. 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3 ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairman: Kent State University B.Sc., M.Ed.: Baseball Coach, Boys' Intramural Director MARILYN ALVAREZ, Physical Educatlon: Bowling Green State University, B.Sc., B.Ed.: Girls' Leaders Club Advisor .EANICE AMATO, Social Studies: Notre Dame College, .A. ALVIN AMSTER, Business: Western Reserve University, B.A,, M.A.: Student Supply Store Advisor ANTOINETTE ARACA, Art: Cleveland Institute of Art: Kent State University, B.Sc.: Voices of Art Advisor GAIL ATLESON, Foreign Language: Universlty of Michigan, B.A. FRANK AULTZ, English, Chairman: Mount Union Col- lege, B.A.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Western Re- senre University: DePauw University: Ohio State Unl- versity: Eucuyo Advisor RONALD BACKOS, Science: California State College, B.S.Ed.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: St. John's Uni- versity: Western Reserve University: University of Cali- fornia: Lake Erie College OLIN BAILEY, Science: Rio Grande, B.A.Ed.: Ohio State University, M.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Kent State University: Movie Club Advisor RUTH BARRELL, Science: Wheaton College, A.B.: Western Reserve University: Campus Life Sponsor JOSEPH BARRY, Social Studles: Ohio Unlverslty, B.S.: Xavier University, M.Ed.: Junlor Varsity Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach, Spirits Advisor DONNA BAUMEISTER, Foreign Language: Miami Unl- versity, A.B.: Ohio State University, M.A.: University of Colorado: University of Munich: Western Reserve Uni- versity: Baldwin-Wallace College: Goethe Institute JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal: Kent State Uni- versity, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A., Ed.D.: Senior Class Advisor, Ski Club Advisor JUDITH BLECHSCHMID, Home Arts: Ohio University, B.Sc.: Folk Club Advlsor ROGER BROWN, Social Studies: Kent State University, B.Sc,, B. Ed.: Assistant Wrestling Coach WILLIAM BROWN, Engllsh: University of Florida, B.A.: University of Illinois: Western Reserve University JUDINA BRUNNER, Mathematics: Smith College, A.B.: Oberlin College, M.A.T. ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman: Bowl- ing Green State University: Trinity University: Western Reserve University: Miami University: B.Sc,, M.A.: Friendship Club Advisor RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts: Kent State Uni- versity, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Fore- men's Club Advisor URSULA CIPOLLO, Business: Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed. PATRICIA BUCK, Physical Education: Otterbein College, B.A.: Case-Western Reserve University, M.Sc.: Girls' Athletic Association Advisor JAMES CALVERT, Science: North Central College, B.A.: Ohio State University, M.A,: Western Reserve University JUDITH CARMODY, English: Notre Dame College, B.A.: Western Reserve University, A.B.: National Forensic League Co-Sponsor, Debate Advisor NANCY CLARK, Science: University of Michigan, B.Sc., M,A.: Allegheny College: University of California: Yale University: American University CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman: Capital Uni- versity, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Ohio State University: Drew University: Fenn College JAMES CLIFFEL, Guidance Counseling: John Carroll University, B.S.S.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Fenn College: Case University: Ski Club Sponsor FACULTY INDEX NORMA COWAN, English: Miami University, B.S.Ed.: Wisconsin State University: Assistant Spectrum Advisor DENNIS COX, English: Miami University, B.Sc. JEAN COX, Guidance Counseling: Allegheny College: Kent State University: University of Pittsburgh: Colum- bia University: Duquesne University: B.A., A.B. ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling: Ohio State Uni- versity, B.A., B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A., Ph.D.: C.E.C. Awards Program Director JUDITH CURRAN, Mathematics: Notre Dame College, B.Sc.: John Carroll University: University of Colorado HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Physical Education: Ohio Uni- versity, B.Sc.: John Carroll University, M.A.: Head Bas- ketball Coach, Spirits Advisor DALE DAVISON, Science: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed.: Ohio State University, M.Ed.: Michigan State Univer- sity: Purdue University WILLIAM DeMORA, Social Studies: Ohio State Univer- sity, B.Sc,: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Indiana Uni- versity: Ohlo University NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed.: Ohio State University: Eu- clidian Business Staff Advisor FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies: Hiram College, B.A.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: George Washington Uni- versity: University ol Colorado: Claremont Graduate University: United Appeal Chairman LILLIAN DRESCHER, English: Notre Dame College, B.A.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: John Carroll University: Eucuyo Advisor JOAN DUPREY, English: Western Reserve University, B.A. CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts: Kent State Univer- sity, B.Sc,, M.A.: Western Reserve University: Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach MARIA FANNO, Business: Kent State University, B.Sc. Ed. AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign Language: Ohio State Uni- versity, B.Sc., M.A.: University of the Americas: George- town University: West Virginia University ANTHONY FERRITTO, Industrial Arts: Bowling Green State University, B.A. KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English: Bowling Green State University: Ursuline College: John Carroll University, B.A. FRANK FOWLER, Adlusted Curriculum: Ohio State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Agr., B.Sc,Ed.: Bowling Green State Uni- versity: Ohio State University DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science: Duquesne University, B.Ed.: St. Louis University: Western Reserve University GEORGE FRANDSEN, English: University of Toledo, B.Ed.: Student Council Advisor SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science, Chairman: City College of New York, B.Sc., M.S.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Honors Program Coordinator KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman: Kent State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed.: John Carroll University: Home Eco- nomics Club Advisor MARILYN FUERST, English: Kent State University, B.Sc. Ed. EMELIE GALE, English: DePaul University, A.B.: Du- quesne University, M.Ed. ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts: Ohio University, B.Sc.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Assistant Football Coach WILLIAM GALL, Science: Duquesne University, B.Sc. Ed.: Ripon College: University of Pittsburgh: Western Reserve University: Syracuse University 254 JAMES GALLAGHER, English: Youngstown University, B.Sc.Ed.: Case-Western Reserve University, M.A.: Ohio State University PAUL GANIM, English: Ohio University, B.S.: Ohio State University: Director of Dramatics, Soccer Coach BARBARA GARWOOD, English: John Carroll University, B.Sc.: Student Council Advisor CLAYTON GEORGE, Business: Kent State University, B.S.Ed., M.Ed.: East Carolina College: University of Dayton: Chess Club Advisor JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arts: California College: University of Pittsburgh: University of Connecticut: B.Sc. WILMA GILLMAN, Division Dean: Heidelberg College, B.A.: Western Reserve University, M.A. DONALD GLASER, Social Studies: Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity, B.A.: Ohio State University, M.A.: Political Af- fairs Club Advisor CORMAC GORMAN, Mathematics: LaSalle College: Uni- versity ot Pennsylvania: Villanova University: B.A., M.A.: Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach MARGIE GORSLENE, Mathematics: Western Kentucky State University, A.B.: Ohio State University, M.Ed.: Miami University: University of Cincinnati: Future Teachers of America Advisor JOHN GRIFFIN, Division Dean: Western Reserve Uni- versity, B,Sc., M.A. RONALD HARDING, Social Studies: Ohio University: Kent State University: Western Reserve University: B.Ed., B.Sc.: Bowling Team Coach, Human Relations Seminar Advisor DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Cincinnati Conservatory of Music: University of Cincinnati, B.Sc., P.S.M.: Big Show Spon- sor, Marching Band Sponsor SUE HARRIS, English: Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.: Ohio State University, B.Sc.: Future Teachers of Ameri- ca Advisor WILLIAM HARTLAND, Industrial Arts: Miami University, B.Sc. JOAN HAUSRATH, Art: Bowling Green State University, B.Sc., M.F.A.: Folk Club Advisor, Student United Ap- peal Drive Sponsor WENDELL HAYES, Science: Kent State University, B.Sc. Ed. GERALD HENDERSON, English: Bowling Green State University, B.Sc.Ed.: Euclidian Editorial Staff Sponsor RAY HIVELY, Foreign Language, Social Studies: Rio Grande College: Ohio State University: Franklin Univer- sity: Colorado University: Colorado State University: Otterbein College: B.A., M.A.: World Affairs Club Ad- visor CHERYL HOCEVAR, Home Arts: Ohio State University. B.Sc.: Baldwin-Wallace College: Y-Teen Friendship Club Sponsor GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art: Ohio State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity: Michigan State University: United Appeal Chair- man, Friendship Club Advisor THOMAS HOFFART, Industrial Arts: John Carroll Uni- versity, B.Sc.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Golf Coach FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies: Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A.: Institute of Rome of the Society ol Dante Alighieri: Humanities East Sponsor VIDA HORN, Foreign Language: Notre Dame College, A.B.: Western Reserve University: Kent State Univers- ity, M.A. LYLE HOUGHTLING, Industrial Arts: University of Pittsburgh HENRY HUFFMAN, English: California State College, B.Sc.Ed. RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts: Hiram Col- lege, BA.: Kent State University, B,Sc., M.Ed,: Ober- lin College JACK JENKINS, English: Indiana University, B.A., M.A,, Western Reserve University, M.F.A. FRED JOHNS, Assistant Principal: Western Reserve University, B.Sc., MA.: Kent State University: Ohio University: Senior Banquet Advisor ALBFRT JUDGE. Science: Kent State University: Ken- yon College: University ol Florida: Western Reserve University: B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Ed.: Science Seminar Ad- VISOI MILTON KADLEC, Industrial Arts: Illinois State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed, ELLEN KLEIN, Business: Ohio State University, B.S.Ed. JANE LELLIS, English: Westminister College, B.A. EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling: Northwestern College, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A. CHARLES LEWIS, Adlusted Curriculum: Ohio State University: Western Reserve University: Kent State University: B,B.A. JAMES LINDSAY. Assistant Principal: Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A.: Wesleyan University, MA.T,: Kent State University ELAINE LOKAR, Home Arts: Ohio State University, B.Sc.: Kent State University KENNETH LOWE, English: Ohio University, B,Sc,Ed. MARILYN LUCAS, Science: Lake Erie College, AB.: Western Reserve University, M.Sc.: Science Seminar Co-Sponsor MARC MANBERG, Business: Ohio University, BB A,, B.Sc.Ed. CLYDE MANSPEAKER, Social Studies: Lock Haven State College, BSc.: Cleveland Marshall Law School: Varsity Baseball Coach DONALD MARTIN. Division Dean: Kent State Univer- sity, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed. EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts: Iowa State Univer- sity, B.Sc.: Kent State University, M.Ed. WILLIAM MCCARTER, Social Studies: John Carroll Uni- versity, B.Sc., M.A.: Baldwin-Wallace College, J.D.: Magnum Club Sponsor DAVID MCKELVEY. Business, Chairman: Muskingum College, B.A.: Indiana University, M.S,: University of Dayton: Kent State University: University of Cincin- nati: Ohio State University: Cooperative Office Edu- cation Advisor ROBERT MCLAUGHLIN, Guidance Counseling: Kent atagg University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, EDMUND MIZE, Business: Ohio State University: Kent State University: Ohio University: B,Sc.: Survey Business Stall Advisor DONALD MOHR, Physical Education: Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A,: Western Reserve University, M.Ed.: Bowling Green State University: Letterman's Club Spon- sor SAMUEL MUCHESKO, Business: Fairleigh Dickinson Uni- versity, B.Sc. JANET NARTEN, Enolish: University of North Carolina, B.A.: University of Michigan, MA.: Northwestern Uni- versity DAVID NICHTING. Social Studies: John Carroll Uni- versity, B,Sc., M.A.: Assistant Football Coach, Assist- ant Baseball Coach HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed.: Bowling Green State University, M.Ed.: Kent State University: Head Tennis Coach, Foremen's Club Advisor VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts: Marshall University, B.A,, MA.: Kent State University: John Carroll Uni- versity MYRA OLIVER, English: Mount Union College: Ohio State University: London University: Western Reserve University: M.A., B.A. ALLAN POKLAR, Industrial Arts: Ohio State University, B.Sc.Ed. JUDITH POVSE, Mathematics: Bowling Green State University, B.Sc.: Cheerleaders Sponsor FRANK PRINGLE, English: St. Bonaventure University, B.A.: John Carroll University: Kent State University: Bucknell University: Western Reserve University: Tow- son State College: Goll Coach, Golf Club Sponsor CAROL PUSATERI, Business: Youngstown University, BSc Ed.: Kent State University: Future Business Lead- ers of America Advisor MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies: Wilmington Col- lege: Ohio State University: B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed,: Student Council Sponsor RICHARD RACKOVAN, Science: Highland University, MN.S.: Dickinson College: Millersville State College, B.Sc,Ed.: Georgetown University: Oklahoma University: Baldwin-Wallace College HOWARD REMINICK. Physical Education: University ot Toledo, B.Ed.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Intra- mural Director CHARLES RENO, Mathematics: Edinboro State College, B.Sc.: Harvard University, M.Ed,: National Honor Society Sponsor, Radio Club Sponsor VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education: Miami University, B.Sc., B.Ed,: Swim Team Coach DONALD RINKES, Mathematics: Muskingum College, B.Sc.: West Virginia University: West Liberty State College: Case Institute of Technology: Fenn College: University ol Hawaii: University of Illinois: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Camera Club Advisor, Movie Club Advisor LEONARD ROBUCK. English: Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.A., M.A.: National Forensic League Advisor, Talent Scouts Advisor, Fall Play Director JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ, Science: Ohio University, B,Sc.Ed.: Assistant Tennis Coach, Assistant Swimming Coach RICHARD ROSE, Mathematics: Ohio University. B,Sc. Ed,: Western Reserve University, M.Ed., M.S.M.T. MARSHA ROUTZAHN, English: Ohio University, B.A.: Malorettes Sponsor FREDERICK SALLACH, Mathematics: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed.: Student Council Advisor CHARLES SAWYER, Business: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed. BARBARA SCHNEIDER, English, Social Studies: Uni- versity of Pittsburgh, B.A., M.Ed, WALTER SCHWEGLER, Principal: Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, B.A.: Western Reserve University, M.A. ELLEN SERVICE, English: St, John's University, B.A, HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal: Kent State Uni- versity, B,Sc,Ed.: Western Reserve University, M.A., MS. RALPH SIBERT, Business: Kent State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Distributive Educa- tion Club of America Sponsor JUDITH SIMONICH, Foreign Language: Grove City Col- lege, B.A. GRANVILLE SMITH, English: Indiana State University, B.Sc.Ed.: Pennsylvania State University, M.A.: Survey Editorial Stall Advisor, International Quill and Scroll Sponsor, N.C.T.E. Coordinator LARRY SMITH, English: Muskingum College, B,A.: Kent State University RUTH SMITH, Guidance Counseling: Flora Stone Mather, B.A,: Western Reserve University, M.A. WAYNE SMITH, Social Studies: Muskingum College, B,A.: John Carroll University MICHELE SPOTT, English: Ohio State University, B.Sc, Ed.: Euclidian Editorial Statt Sponsor MERWIN STAINES, Guidance Counseling: New York State University, B.Sc.: University of Colorado, M.Ed.: Public Address Club Co-Sponsor .i 255 WILLIAM STARR, Science: Indiana State University, B.Sc.: Pennsylvania State University, M.Ed. DONALD STEINBRINK, Science: Ohio State University, B.Sc.Ed., B.Sc.Agr. DAVID STERLEKAR, Business: University ot Dayton, BSc.Ed.: John Carroll University: Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach CECILIA STILLMAN, Social Studies: Western Reserve University, BA,, MA: Radclille College: University ot Illinois: John Carroll University: Youth Council on Human Relations ROBERT STOJETZ, Science: Ohio University, B Sc Ed: John Carroll University: Junior Varsity Football Coach JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies, Chairman: BluIll0n College, B.A: Ohio State University, MA.: Western Reserve University JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts: Stevens Point Teach- ers College, B.Sc.Ed: Kent State University, M.Ed' Ohio University: School Salety Program Chairman JANET SZEPESSY, English: Miami University, BSC.Ed SAMUEL TAYLOR, Music: High Point College, North- western University: East School ol Music: Columbia University: B.Sc,, M.Ed. EDWARD TEKIELI, Physical Education: Glenville Stale College, B.A.: West Virginia University, B.Sc.: Head Football Coach MARION THOMAS, Home Arts: Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, B,Sc.: University of California: Kent State Uni- versity: Cordon Bleu College: Youth Power Sponsor DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics: Muskingum College, B.A.: Western Reserve University: Butler University: West Virginia University: Head Track Coach DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science: Allred Unrteisity, B.Sc.: Siena Heights College, M,A,T.: Miami University PEGGY TORNSTFIOM, Physical Education: Bowling Green State University, BSC.: Weste.n Reserve Uni- versity, MA.: Girls' Swim Leaders Sponsor, Wai Na- polo Sponsor JACQUELINE TOTH, Mathematics: Indiana State Col- lege, B.Sc. FRANK TROGLIA, Division Dean: Ohio State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, MA: Kent State University ANTHONY VACCAFIIELLO, Foreign Language: Miami University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Gannon College N.D.E,A.: Ad Club Advisor, Faculty Manager of Athletics RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling: Akron Uni- versity, BA.: Western Reserve Unrversity, M.A. FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman: Western Reserve University, B.Sc.Ed., M.A.: Cleveland Institute of Art: Kent State University: Eucuyo Co-Sponsor LEONARD WEISENBERG, Social Studies: University ot Missouri, B.A.: John Carroll University, M.A.: Western Reserve University: American University: Kent State University: Drake University GAYE WHIELDON, Physical Education: Ashland Col- lege, B.Sc.Ed,: Girls' Athletic Association Co-Sponsor MARY WHITE, Social Studies: Ursuline College, B.A. ELEANOR WIEGAND, Business: Berea College, B.A.: Kent State University, M.A. CAROL WILLIAMS, Business: Villa Maria College. B,Sc.Ed,: Indiana State College, M.A.: Western Reserve University ROBERT YOCUM, Vocational Coodinator: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed,: John Carroll University, MA.: Public Address Club Sponsor MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chair- man: Moravian College: Columbia University: Middle- bury College: Muhlenburg College: Western Reserve University: University of Rennes: B.A., M.A.: American Field Service Director, Language Lab Director X , 1 x Lv X x - STUDIOS' qrf. .- H' n.-ag 1 V 4 fu . A Nfumg is vial-- -ENE: ur 1 IX ' f a VW a - ' If iff f--' lm .1 P . A, Q' S ., E 256 fiufi 3' ' K. A v N. D. 5 'nf T2 Hllgnm 'Z' K ,, ,gf yi "" ilu , 'SF-' 'N v-...ggi ADVERTISING COMPLIMENTS OF THE ' w EUCLID MOVIE CLUB , X 'fff ' 4 I as 1 1 Y I 'v 4, 3 X I , f a I 'Ii M F W iid S-A -wfflflil if I A +43 -64" 44' I ' -3-2' '12 M-fi? 125552, 'C :", f -G 1. BERNADETTE BRIDAL - COCKTAIL - FORMAL WEAR 22686 SHORE CENTER DRIVE 261-5550 SAVE? TED BROCK JEWELER 391 E. zoo sf. 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MURNICK MANUFACTURING INC. 23700 St. Clair Ave. 486-6666 PECTRUM CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF '68 X .f I--14 iff-i1 I c III0' O U COMPLIMENTS 1 5 1' II OF 11 JOHN KAUSEK : i II4 i 1 1 I II1 1 l I1 II1 I I 1I1 : I 1111 Z Z STUDIOS 762 E. 185th sf. CLEVELAND, OHIO 44119 Phone 12161 531-0963 avail BILITY EUCLID PERSONNEL SERVICE 24100 LAKE SHORE BLVD. EUCLID, OHIO 44123 2161261-4700 283 .Y S F' Y? Q . Dr 6 ,Q 7 . REAL HARDWARE 740 E. 185th Sf. IV-1-3300 ,553 gf l mc. Iva- .. MACHINERY 23610 St. Cloir Ave CLEVELAND, OHIO 486-1772 THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '68 284 I f-S FUTURE TEACHERS 29050 Lake sho ASSOCIATION 943-5686 BUY A. J. PARKER REEo's RUBBER 'NDUSTRHES RAFTS 'NC- THE BEST FLOTATKJN 23562 sr. Clair Ave. IN TARNATION 435-0177 THE STUDENT COUNCIL DEVELOPING CITIZENSHIP AND SERVING OUR SCHOOL AND OUR COMMUNITY 286 287 COMPLIMENTS OF NON-FERROUS METALS FABRICATING CO 21721 Tungsten Road Euclid, Ohio 44117 531-3585 288 FRlEDMAN'S JEWELERS 22304 Loke Shore Bodevord RE.l-3450 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1968 EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF Addressograph Multigraph . Aladdin Carpet Cleaners American Stamping Co. . .. Bob Anderson Realty .... Avail Ability .......... Beale's Sohio ........,.. Bernadette Bridal Co. . . . . Big Bouquet ,........ Boulevard Shoes ...... Ted Brock Jewelers .. Brown Derby .....l... Center Beverage ......... . Charter House ............. Convenient Food Mart ...... Curl 81 Colour Beauty Centre Curtain Shops, Inc. .... . Euclid Blue Print .......... Euclid City Officials ...... Euclidian Beauty College Euclidian Business Staff Euclid Race ............. Europa Travel Service . . . Freeway Sunoco . . Friedman's Jewelers ........ Future Teachers of America . Hillwood Manufacturing Co. . . Jakubs 81 Son Funeral Homes John Kausek Studios ....... Knific Insurance ...... La Tour Oldsmobile Letterman's Club .... Louis Hair Stylists . . . Lubrizol Corp. ....... . Man-Gill Chemical Co. . . . Martin's Men's Wear . . . ADVERTISING INDEX . . Masco Machinery .... . .. Miller's Beauty Salon . . . Modern Deb ..4...... . .. MovieClub......... . ., Murnick Manufacturing ...,. . . . National Forensic League . . , . . Non-Ferrous Metals ....,. . Ohio Cam 8 Tool Co. ... Bill Papp's Body Shop . . Parker Electric Co. .... . . . . Parker Industries ....... . Perkins Pancake House , Pipe Machinery Co. .,.. . Pressure Castings ,.... Radix Wire Co. .,.. Raimor Studios .., Real Hardware ....... Reed's Rubber Rafts .....,...... Reliance Electric Co. 4.., ..... . Second Federal Savings 8 Loan .,.. Francis J. Sherman ........l.,. ., Shore Center Barbers ..., I . ,. . . Simcic's Tavern 8 Restaurant . . I . .. Spectrum Club .,............ . . . Standard Glove ..,,......, . Student Council ...... Student Supply Store .... . . Tylock International, Inc. . . I .. Vogue Printing Co. .,...4 . . .. Wai Napolo Swim Club .... Keith Weigle Motors, Inc. . .. . . Yankovic Steak House . . . .. Y.M.C.A. ....,,..,.. .. , . . . Zatko ...............,.... 273 275 281 279 283 272 258 259 279 258 285 268 263 282 279 264 271 266 262 289 276 260 278 289 285 271 264 283 269 260 283 267 284 263 282 "C" Ziechmann's Wildwood . .. 289 Adelon Hair Shoppe 21939 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-4868 Alvin's Jewelers 690 E. 185 St. 481-4104 Dr. 81 Mrs. R. M. Baldwin 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-3111 Bill's Shell Service 29000 Lake Shore Blvd. 943-9866 Bing's Suburbia Furniture 22300 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-0800 Boulevard Radio 8 T.V. Service 906 E. 222 St. 731-7863 Brickman's 81 Son's Funeral Home 21900 Euclid Ave. 481-5277 R. B. Broglioi D.D.S. Call 861-2447 Anytime Cleveland Fabric Shops 706 E. 185 St. 481-6832 PATRONS Cleveland Precision Casting 22290 Lakeland Blvd. 261-6776 The Colonial Homestead 22066 Lake Shore Blvd. 732-8535 Compliments Of a Friend Contemporary 888 E. 222 St. 732-8666 Music Manor Decker Appliance Service 445 E. 200 St. 486-7200 V. Demshar 8 Son's 22034 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-4770 The Drilling Co. Inc. 25030 Lakeland Blvd. 731-4441 Euclid National Bank 22818 Lake Shore Blvd. 732-9090 Paul J. Everson Realtor 24100 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-6200 Famous Discounts 695 E. 185 St. KE1-8636 290 Fleetwood Industries lnc 819 E. 185 St. 531-5570 Flickinger Inc. 939 E. 222 St. 731-7100 Freeway Sporting Goods 555 E. 185 St. 486-2523 Hattendorf-Bliss 81 Co. 25080 Lakeland Blvd. RE1-0777 F. Hohlfelder 26470 Lakeland Blvd. 731-7400 J. C. Homer T.V. 528 E. 200 St. 481-7991 Hudson Pharmacy 922 E. 222 St. 732-7066 J. C.'s Barber Shop 920 E. 222 St. 261-4624 Joseph 81 Anthony Hairdressers 22308 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-1550 Knafel's Shore Market 20070 Lake Shore Blvd. IV1-4411 Lake Shore Leader Drug 22824 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 44123 Wiliam Lynch Co. 608 E. 185 St. 481-4449 Mary Jayne Shoppe 664 E. 185 St. 4-86-4435 Maxim's Foods 602 E. 185 St. KE1-2893 Melzer Carpet 22674 Shore Center 731-5887 Miller Jewelry 768 E. 185 St. KE1-0225 Nick's Barber Shop 624 E. 222 St. O'Bryon's Restaurant Shoregate Shopping Center 944-6-61 6 Compliments Of a Friend Page Realty Co. 455 E. 200 St. 531-1030 Paul's Barber Shop 687 E. 185 St. 531-8417 Precision Optical 22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-1166 Petric's Barber Shop 783 E. 185 St. 481-3465 Priester's Sunoco Station 470 E. 200 St. 531-9695 Roesch Paint 8 Wallpape 855 E. 222 St. 731-3585 Dr. Allan A. Rolfe 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-5100 Shoregate Jeweler's 30332 Lake Shore Blvd. 943-5660 Shore Window Shade 8t Drapery 21860 Lake Shore Blvd. 732-7443 Ski-Way Mach. Prods. Co 24460 Lakeland Blvd. 732-9000 Smith Bros. Cleaners 703 E. 185 St. IV1-3553 291 Don MiIIer's Sohio 810 E. 222 St. 731-9847 SteIl's Beauty Salon 739 E. 185 St. 486-4240 Stone Dry Cleaners 31124 Vine Street 944-3777 Swift Shoe Repair 22812 Lake Shore Blvd. 732-9131 Taylor's BiRite 22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-6960 Trebec Excavating Inc. 571 E. 200 St. 481-1000 Tuthill's Flowers 557 E. 185 St. KE1-6810 Upson Shell Service 25911 North Lakeland 731-9697 Compliments of Mr. 8 Mrs. Dennis M. Schulz Plus Twelve ag wwmf f-f .555 7'1Pi1,W.-. .. ..,,..,.,......,.,..,.---H 1 " 4-eww' Barbara Butt .. Thom Kren .... Joanne Allchin .. Barb Palmer , .. Heidi Nitsch ..... Barb Takiguchi Kathy Federico .. Diane Fellman .... Barb Reed ..... Mike Debevec ..... Cindy Paparizos . . . Kathy Flandall .... Diana Komocar .... Eva Zucker ..... Marsha Baker Janet Crone .... Jane Decatur ... Carol Price .. . Beth Heglaw . .. Ellen Davis ...... Jean Lokar ........ Gloria Regalbuto ... Dave Lawrence Bill Brigden ..... Tom Collura ....., Bill Rice ........... Mrs. Michele Spott .. Mr. Gerald Henderson . . . Editor-in-chief ..... Art Editor ......Art Copy Editor Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy identification Editor ..... Senior Editor .. Identification . . . Identification . . . Identification . . . Identification ...... Photo Editor Photo Photo . . . Head Photographer ...... Photographer . . .. Photographer . . . . Photographer .. Photographer Sponsor Sponsor , 5 Vishna Franic , Business Manager "' Tom Budas ...... ...... Ads Manager Karen Katona .... ...... A ds Manager ' Gary Botts .... Circulation Manager , V A Y Dannie Dugan Circulation Manager , . ,,. 2 Ann Trommetter . . . Circulation Manager . Pat Faiken ..... Ads Layout Manager T Av Karen Shook Ads Layout Manager ' ' ' 'i , Jan Bradshaw ............ Salesman "-"" Gloria DeMario .... .......... S alesman G I Marilyn Eikenburg .. .. Salesman ' Sue Gustetic ...... .. Salesman Q Jane Jaquays . . . . . Salesman ,-.. .,i.. H .,., ' 2 JO Ann '-eppeft -- A- alesman - ' A Maryann Melgun . . . . . Salesman 1 Sandy Mika ..,., .. Salesman 1 ...,,, . ,.,,. a i. f 6 if Kathy Netschke .. Salesman . ..,. 5 Andrea Newman . . . . . Salesman " if jx Bonnie Perpar ..... . . Salesman f Cheryl Reed ........ . . galesman --r- 11 ' Katie Shauehnessy -. -- Hesman g n Sue Sivik ......... . . Salesman , Michele Svigel .. .. Salesman Debbie Tinker . . . . . Salesman Karen ,Wade .... .. Salesman g ' Sara Weinberger .... .. Salesman fi g c - Susan Weinke ...... . . Salesman 1 Mr- Nathaniel Dickinson , I , , , Sponsgr As the sun slowly rises in the morning sky, our last For the staff, the year has meant devising our own deadline has been met - the 1968 Euclidian is a office rules, unbolting the Dutch door, stacking reality. This follows months of planning and careful attention, not to mention a considerable number of tense moments. A great deal of thanks goes to our business staff for its successful advertising campaigns, which have given us financial backing, to Mr. Jim Parkinson, our con- sultant at Consolidated Graphic Arts, to Mr. Morrie Levine at Ptaimor Studios, despite the fact that he scares our photo staff to death, and, of course to our sponsors, Mrs. Spott and Mr. Henderson, for missing rides while staying late, and for restoring our mis- placed modifiers. Euclidians to the ceiling, our ever-popular picture-of- the-week, the Christmas gift exchange and burying the Christmas tree stand, frantic balcony captioning sessions, various psychological tests with inkspots, parties, and the good old-fashioned hard work which alone can produce a yearbook. The long hours we've all put into this book have often caused us to miss important school events. We are pleased with the results. The 1968 Euclidian is unique to the students and faculty of Euclid High. lf it gives you the same pleasure l take in presenting it to you, then we shall have accomplished our purpose. Barb Butt Editor-in-Chief x hiv- 'I an Q 1 A .fl " '. 7.' ,,: .Cl v-L iles.-,V ' .v .mv ,, ,. Q r1.,' , , f 3 f,4 D:'H.:".,3:uK ' '4 "'.9-,4. 14.14 npfr - 1-,gf.-x'.w,-U: xx--1-1 i, 1' 4u.-- qbuigf' fr if .JY ".'7,," ' 4 'ri ,im X iqut ,, V If 1 K ' I I 3: "1 A J, "p'.3. J 1 , fig.: 5, .1 1' ,. 15 ,-'xw.,',4 - ug 4 .- b f., h , ,nf H 'f uw'- 'af w .1 xp .,'Hc.+, I l- x Y. I M ' Am. ,lf,'i'111-.' wi'- ,Q-4 .fb Qg,-i11L,f qv-.1-'lc .gf gf -- "-1111, '-'. -A ,. -N., 'I ' ' . ww 3' V-"Weil 1 , . ,3. .1 j5f'1,,5.,- gf -f Mu- 1- 'gn F-22 ffl! ,Q'm.-g- f 1,5 ' .3 -'.,".,, .xgy ' V-1,115 .'- ' '4f!'l":' ' ,JV -,",. . -, 'w 1.1, ' " fu: Irwin. -yy, ' 1. -7 Tj '14 '11 T mf. .. L.-fs,-4 ' I "'L' 1.4 L- 14. . pi? ' QJL ' 4 4 ah. 5, f, ff.,-"IL Q-. 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