Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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ETTCJI-IIJIAIS' EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 7 I I EAST 222ND ST. EUCLID, OHIO 44I23 ALIVIA IVIATE R 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 lVlater, Euclid High School, All our praise vve bring to thee. Where the blue of Erie's vvaters Casts the su n'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 friendships here Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. A. '91 x , E- Introduction Academics . Sports ..... Activities .. Underclass . Seniors .... Ads .... TABLE OF CCNTENTS EUCLID f la X VVindovv glass reflects Light That streaks Across the morning sky Onto The faces of bleary-eyed Waking students. Beneath the outer shell Of unshaken sleep, An anticipation Of the day's happenings Begins to grovvg New experiences, Set in established patterns Wait to occur. Hanging From a locker door, Waiting- Dreaming- Time slows Until hours Seem to seperate minutes. People collect in pairs, Pairs join- -. ,E f Ill ,R :ii -i S 1:4 A group grovvs. lVlurmuring sounds Build as people Talk. Conversation Reveals their Feelings. The crowd dissipates And all is calm. :V it A i ,, f f ,ff fa A . l 7 any A 'Q I, A . ggnf' I4 g.-W 'NM 1 M,,,.,w.N ' 6 .Y Throughout the six hour world, Couples roam, oblivious to all but one another They're alone, in a room or a crowd, Sensing the one's distress, The other's troubles. ln eternal silent communication, Transmitted through the eyes, A smile, A sigh. Individuals are lost As each joins The stream of people That flovvs Through the halls. Time drags, Periods Melt into each other Creating a block mass Of constant concentration Broken only by study hall- Lunch- And day's end. 11 ' ff' ' 625. We 'L tiki " 25X -x Q Relaxation f gi is are lost Ease the weight of the day fach mms of people rom the student's conscious. 'hat flows He looks for 'the halls Companionship. e drags' Periods ch other ck mass ntration y hali- Lunch- y's end. A i 355325 L ...Xi M' : Vip? 52 ' f 53? 4? A ,J . aifgfn f- 5,.pJTs'g:.5f af g:JLL?.f..iU"'....Q.,,'3f E gg g 5 2 , i,,..,,im:,, "1 Q55 1 ia.: 'QPISQ giw H Individual classes unite And become Euclid. Spirit posters Serve as roadsigns Directing masses To the place of contest. Pressure, Frustration, Build With each pIay's execution. N, fn:-A2 wk ,N 2 All is quiet, Distant sounds echo Through empty halls. Everything is gone But the atmosphere of The day's events. A kaleidoscope of feelings That converged and each, For a moment, Dominated, Was recognized, And then it regressed Into the moods Of Euclid. 1 fu.. Mg. I f sf 18 .iC'.L'.A.IlIlIEEIl!!lIIC.'J5 20 Pensive students Examine individual problems. Alone, or in a class atmosphere Knowledge grows Through the expression And adaptation of thoughts. Shop, lVlathematics, History, Art: Each utilizes Different teaching methods, And each Generates particular responses. Stifled And unstifled yawns Dot a lecture class, And the teacher Adjusts his techniques To revitalize the learning Experience. IWW, Q. 1 we 'WI iii 'lam V .ywd fin f' :VJ 532-f 5 "'- J . - v . - .sk ,f ' fsfl ,fra BOARD OF EDUCATION To the student, the Euclid Board of Education is the omnipotent entity which occupies the neighboring build- ing. Its activities are aimed at the maintenance of Excellent Education in Euclid as witnessed by continuous expansion in all academic areas. Stu- dents have found the Board less form- idable when they have approached its members on matters of school policy. W. G. Fordyce Administration Building Robert Wightman, Assistant Superintendent tw, ...X ,xi tl I s - i . wt 'Q 1' We if 9 1. Y. nv L - , R F" . 3 X, vas' , Jean Bell William Fl. Fortner 5 fx wp W' Qskg , X 'Q Xl X 4 t 'QW XX Mary King Paul Ft. Totten A H. ,. .t "-1. I. 'ij A Milan A. Jaksic ' S: A 1.,te - fr? ny' :Q Lowell B. Davis 23 The mood of the educational environment in Euclid is one of excitement, innovation, change, discovery, and involvement. The mood of "Ex- cellent Education in the Euclid Schools" per- meates every facet of the learning process as an interested Board of Education affirms the values of a comprehensive program for all young men and young women. The community echoes this mood by its positive supportg the total staff of teachers, administrators, and non-teachers alike insures a proper atmosphere for learning through their dedicationg and students enjoy a variety of curricular offerings and participate in a well-rounded and inclusive program of ac- tivities. My personal congratulations to each graduate and my best wishes for your further accomplish- ments. Spartoco DiBasio XCELLENT DUCATION IN UC LID SCHOOLS X 45 S ,QV ADMINISTRATION Sincere interest and concern charac- terize the administration. The Princi- pal extends extra effort in order to maintain contact with and to bring our officialdom closer to the student body. While assuming definite posi- tions on major issues, the staff lis- tens to and considers both isolated and organized pleas for change. Mr. Walter Schwegler, Principal Dr. Jerry Bergem . " x ,kv X xKXbux ' N X x , g, 3 x ' ,f-xw A r , X- x Q fx 5 ,fEgyQ 56 5 Q. f K Q 5 3? . b'-nrm.,,.x - ' X Mr. William Lindsay Mrs. Harriet Sheats X v w. 1.35 .x Max vw i , Q ' 1 .5"'t1'-'ffi lx' ' Qgss fy vffms, , nm-wkh un.. .gf 1"1Nx-M.: -- ,N ,,,,haX,, "" -1'2Q'.v' 4i"9.l NN Q ,- A w x.,.,,iw, a W, 1 ,:. A ,im xg ::.,. .1225 25 f 3 Mr. Fred Johns 16' if kxgwrrs xx M Qui! Q I IFN 'ZFYW I E 'Rt gf G 2,1 Q s...-.ab Mr. David Nichting, Mrs. Jean Cox, Mr. Donald Martin, Dean Counselor Counselor Mr. James Cliffel, Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor Counselor Miss Wilma Gillman, Dean ms ' '- . Q, 'x -Q' , , X X X six xxx 1 N: gb A , l t t S X DEANS AND COUNSELORS 26 NN S 4 As the guiding force behind the masses of Euclid High School, the Deans and Counselors strive to personally identify with each of the students of the school. Thwarted by headstrong and obstinate students, however, they find this road difficult to master and often, the admini- stration corridor finds itself isolated from the rest of the building. Concentrating their efforts to forming and correcting schedules and de- livering reprimands, as well as advice, the Deans and Counselors represent a Iiason between ad- ministration and student body. Mr. William Medvic, Dean Mr. Frank Troglia, Dean Mr. Flobert Yocum, Vocational Guidance Counselor Miss Ruth Vermillion. Mr. Merwin Staines, Counselor Counselor in ' C27 Mrs. Ruth Smith, Dr. Robert Crary, Counselor Counselor 4r""5, N,f Z' 27 lrxtxl :X ,L "'7 Qu' 1257" ENGLISH Stumbling through a maze of clauses, phrases and colons, the English stu- dent demonstrates his knowledge of grammar through application in cre- ative writing. Meter and rhyme in poetry confront him along with style and meaning. Novels explore philos- ophies which generate thinking from new viewpoints and make use of pow- ers of analyses. Journalism and speech provide a broader scope for student participation outside the "standard" classroom. English stim- ulates the mind of its student by fus- ing the elements of conquered gram- mar and great books into the original composition. Y 'ni "Here he is!" MVS- DUDf9Y'5 Sick df955- Frank Aultz Norma Cowan Lillian Drescher William Brown Dennis Cox Joan Duprey Judith Carmody Marian Dilger Kathleen Fogarty Ami -...H 'L Y... If it-'1' V97 lb! l qv.-4 X 1 tx. 'fe .nff lg' 5 3 f' X ,Q Marilyn Fuerst Emelie Gale Paul Ganim Kathryn Gates English in action. ., ..,, . . """""'2w--,..,,k 'Q ' -'U' ' N K A NV, x t , NC i a v ' . Qi ,, w L , Q A .M t G --rc 41.2 iw, X' K 0 qc.: Q V stiff neck? "'57jf. Myra Oliver Frank Pringle 'Nl' T7 Robert Hall Sue Harris 4 Q., Q fy I Kenneth Lowe Robert Montgomery Gerald Henderson Sue Nelson Jane Lellis William Newby , Q Y it A 52 P i R, R- vo -: . 1 A is I l' t 't l' kv i G . ,.....-11 ,. . G ttwwwab' . ww,-siggzts. -xl V X . it ,.. my ,, , wx- ww- V , . A -, : M. -. t.,.. N , Q sms.-sw X .4 . t p t thwx t X i W If E ps9 5 flbt NN is v-.5 W ' S265 f--- -X ' V x. t ka: ,f M -A . .,, ty' na... N ,.,a..a in . -urls - y . M, I gf X A A M nun-A-...Q-.. ss X . is 'Nrns I n ...,, -N., ,P X , .t . tt ..--, .- Patricia O'Neil Cheryl Orebaugh Marsha Potaro Sf X . W so V6 ,- . .l fl. fwfr " 5 -X, -Le ,f- Q , 'R X Leonard Robuck Barbara Schneider Ellen Service -1 ,ir I of "" 31 I 4 Q -' 'Q rv- 2 4' 'X Q U 'v ' f f' fi .4 f. A . ,, A- . ici? , Qi ,tffaia f A, 1 'QUE' l Granville Smith Janet Szepessy Cheryl Wilbur Q -1 gl ,. 1, 4,1 at vl U ' - lsi' 51 9 li, 'N , g ' Q dr X lv sms l ww- Ronald Backos WF-ff' 'tHere's my pet cockroach." JGVTTGS Calvert SCIENCE Formaldehyde reeks through the room as peering students explore the cellular world under the microscope. Novice chemists use standard tech- niques to check the identity of unknown sub- stances in test compounds. Experimental obser- vations recorded, students apply theories they have learned in class to develop and support conclusions. Even evidence contrary to known physical laws aids the questing scientists because it causes inspection and improvement of their ex- perimental techniques. Science develops in a student the ability to inspect, criticize, and im- prove his own technique, enabling him to obtain improved results. Nancy Clark 'Rf vs 'W ' -4 'Eli Dale Davison Dan Francetic Sheldon Freedman nmx. i 3' 1 f- William Gall Sue Hill Al Judge t'Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble." t N . N I "Being the handsome devil that I am . . he N gl Ami 735 -v. Sui 'imp il .gn-an V fi-:iv Marilyn Lucas William Starr Dorothy Tombaugh Joseph Rodriguez Donald Steinbrink Judy Welsh Eileen Sheehan Roberl Stojetz Qrvf 'fbx .W 53' gr L! 'sf ,K N1-,..' Roger Brown Nathaniel Dickinson Doyle Davidson Forrest Diehl William DeMora Janet Dietrich SOCIAL STUDIES Comprehension of social, economic and political influences is the objec- tive of the social studies teacher. Reading of current newspaper and magazine articles aids the student in developing an awareness of the sur- rounding world. ln contrast, historic faces glare from the pages of the text. A barrage of somewhat confusing facts confront the history student, who must reduce them into practical knowledge applicable to the present. Analysis of historic events helps clar- ify the development of American char- acter and politics. I ,,a.,,,. s. ll is Whoopee! A test! Clyde Manspeaker William McCarter Mike Raicevich ' 1 Wayne Smith Cecelia Stillman James Stuckey Leonard Weisenberg 5 . l I t , l I , 1 ,,,.,,,,,,, , ,W --H l gr I 5 I 'f 1 I I s "Will someone please wake him up." "What, will these hands n'er be clean?" 'WT' -L2 "av if P 1 Q S... 3, s fx M ' 1 J '54 4 . t W."--fr t :, tis .fb- 33 You slgn Carl Clements Margie Gorslene ' L N, 1 ,.'V'Z3v',' ,. 5--N Us jr -V-A u , W f Iv' Q .D X . the Hall Pass, lll ..-i ' x 7-. , if -1-ir T 4.127 -...f f, TT X I . .NX A 'Q""? MATHEMATICS Complex numbers, triangles and Cartesian planes represent countless challenges to the dedicated math student. The maze of a matrix and the puzzle of parallel lines enhance the mystery surrounding the infinite domain of numbers. Math expands to com- bine with other fields as a stack of punched data cards is computerized to produce a solution in physics or biology. Mathematics' limitless range of- fers many different areas of specialization to the student who has mastered its basic theorems ,Z 35+ i Q,-,-QV ,Civ Adam Pawlowski Donald Rinkes Richard Ftackovan Richard Rose Charles Reno Fred Sallach Dale Thompson Jacqueline Toth Gretchen Uhry "I eat photographers like you for breakfast." . Q if V 'iris 'A ' . , .1 . Q UV, 4 'A , .1-2 sf Q . 5 r f 5.7, if 'fun - A 'iffy X' ""31 "This is a blackboard." FOREIGN LANGUAGE Coordination of sound and sight challenges the mind of the foreign language student. New words and concepts become automatic responses as tapes re- wind and the droning repetition resumes. Culture from each country is studied in the literature and customs, and the student unconsciously absorbs its geography and history. Through tedious hours of drill, the student at last achieves a relationship with a now familiar people, reaching his goal of com- munication. AiHi'11 Mrs. Zimmerman speaks at A,F.S. assembly. Bufferin kills your Excedrin headache in half the time? its 4v""l,. VJ 4..- Qs.4y xi fr "" WM ' . ""7N' V "I think that movie projector is watching me." Happiness is a quiet classroom. 3 gl 'r.. lg., ' E its 'tus 53 g:v 1 fi? af- Q..Zr' be H Donna Baumeister Raymond Hively Gail Rosewater Ahmed Fellague Vida Horn Judith Simonich 1 A 'iixl ' it V ,.,'- fv,v..- v-- ' v ' 5 . ,v 'st n 'Y' and this button will eject student C4." Anthony Vaccariello Margaret Zimmerman e--f n!f1F' 'lil S.. J WW M.. we-mo' k , . f ' 7' t Q W ' iiafj , e L au' . C '-Xff . ,Q ,,,., , 1- A f ,um 5 -.awww X xi ,.v.vwvv" "dEar siR or MadAme:" Alvin Amster Ellen Klein Ursula Cipollo Marc Manburg Clayton George Marie Matulis Click, click, click. "SY " 2 vs N' ig 'E-ff -5- J ,IO fb 311 if Y Y- 2 X11-J "ll 38 Lt Vg: "tsl sm 3 IV' 3' thaw Q37 tar 5-gnc-40-1'-"""' " Q? Kr 'Gsm Ct' David McKelvey Ben Sawyer Dave Sterlekar A., Ed Mize Will Shuster Eleanor Wiegand Ronald Seymour Ralph Sibert Carol Williams Some work harder . . . . . . than others. BUSINESS Stimulated by a desire to succeed, the business student gains proficiency with modern office techniques. Com- bining speed with accuracy, they eventually master shorthand, typing and bookkeeping. Cooperative pro- grams offer practical experience for those skilled in office procedures through job placement in local in- dustries. i X S' 'W 13 Y' o F - AQ I F ' Y Qt- A ghf. !J,' 39 MUSIC Individual practice results in the satisfaction and excitement of performing as part of the bands or choirs. Marching band members reluctantly spend chilly fall mornings informally practicing for the weekend game to which their military uniforms lend decorum. At their regular concerts, orchestra, choir and band members all take their turns, nervously waiting for the curtain to be drawn. Few noticeable mistakes are made, and the performance seems to end quickly. Immediate exhaustion, relief and pride are stronger than the realization that practice with new music will begin the next day. ,vi r -' xl Rf 'Y1""'Z' 6, Dale Harper Sam Taylor The orchestras just playing around. 3 3 HQ' 4 . Darryl lays an egg Mr. Harper expresses his music W' l. X f-S Burn this!" X fn-um-A-M . ur' S ..-.4-:lg X fc' i i ,f ll 4 ' X Fred Vollman Gertrude Hoeger Antoinette Araca ART Paint-stained hands tightly clutch a brown portfolio that may contain practice exercises for class or preparations for independent study. After the student masters the basic techniques of various media, he begins to explore the bizarre world of contemporary art. Each artist strives for satisfaction and per- fection with every project. The continually changing display case of finished works gains admiring glances from all that pass. Concentration gf' 1 S 2.11 'N .s -A Ronald Chambers fi '19 YIM? Clarence Eckert w fs-nm 'is Y- Anthony Ferritto John Germock Kathryn Frye William Hartland Al Galicki Tom Hoffart HCME ARTS Home Arts students list and divide the most practical, orderly and efficient steps for the completion of a project. Cooking groups which quickly prepare an appetizing and attractive meal in a short class period deserve praise. Clothing class projects may refurb- ish a girl's wardrobe or clothe a relative or friend. Home Arts classes instruct future homemakers, de- signers, dietitions, doctors, or nurses to follow scien- tific methods and to correctly use the appropriate equipment. iff i i X f Skit. ' .SK Robert Horwath Jan Howell Richard Hungerford Hey Joe, start wearing cleaner T-shirts! Milton Kadlec Elaine Lokar Embert Martin xl '4 V - w. :jr . Af 'ff ff la y l gy m xt .TS Y,T"'V Herbert Nold Vinita O'DonnelI Allen Poklar he 'R X . :gf Q x Y i S'prisel I am not squinting, they're closed!" t i S .v,A qv , .. . ' ' ' if ut was . AN '- ' ' I 1 2 it ns? l -V' , all M,.f "' ' ---7-nun? ff? David Sprochi Marion Thomas John Supance Lynn Yoder DRIVING Patient and nerveless teachers instruct eager students in the art of driving. Prospective opera- tors gain valuable information on the mainte- nance and handling of a car under widely vary- ing conditions. Driver training helps many stu- dents achieve the prowess necessary to obtain their licenses, and more important, teaches them to be careful, skilled drivers. INDUSTRIAL ARTS For boys and girls who enjoy manual activity, Euclid provides complete and specialized indus- trial arts courses. The basic groundwork for most of the class projects consists of theory, math, and science. Both accuracy and safety are essential in operating the many machines. The student enrolled in the industrial arts program leaves Euclid with the knowledge and proper prepara- tion necessary to advance to an important tech- nical career. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Struggling with exercises, and at- tempting to master the variety of ath- letics offered at Euclid may be con- sidered less than appealing to some, but for many, gym class constitutes forty minutes of release from aca- demic tension. Rescue Annie not only provides entertainment in the first aid classes, but she also provides the students with first-hand experience in saving any victim's life. The health course consists ot closely related mo- vies and interesting discussions. ln- tramurals and coed sports offer com- petition and recreation to the sports- minded after school. A bit drafty? 1 , ,W Wa: wi ga 'Nt 'KV' ',,,. ., , vc if 'S AK, 4 -:pi ? Robert Addis Marilyn Alvarez Patricia Buck C12 'Ci' -'K rig, 'wand i xr, 11" Q dw- 1' .....,, X A x fa., fr., 14 'fx ff' lt' 'it ,ti av 'V 1 E ,EJ . ' l . We . ta v ' 1 A A ... . Arlene Carter Vic Resch Harold Daugherty Chet Rojeck Don Mohr Margaret Tornstrom Howard Reminick Gaye Whieldon Hercules on his Jungle Jim ig E pm-dun 1 ...I , , 'swf I lf, "' sq . i P. 5 LIBRARIANS Q Among shelves of books stand the librarians, the information and aid centers of the library. Lost and lazy students find themselves trailing be- hind a precise and well trained tech- nician who effectively locates the needed material from the volumes present. The large daily influx of stu- dents from study hall adds one more I -i Q. t .7 task to the librarians' duties, as they Zak'-cv 5 l ' i" iii L . . by A "' ls M""1!iAvMW -wh 4 Helen Foster Jessamine Hazel l. Ka t . i' Ulu.. constantly attempt to maintain the studious atmosphere necessary for mental stimulation. Barbara Heglaw Penny Kadlec fl l l 45 Edith Mueller Elizabeth Waselkov png , 'Irs- " x' 'r ,q CT . v- ' x ' I . L, . h -5 .,, F, ax: C7 ' Q . N X , 7 .'5,,,r1',g, ,-. . .iiiiljgg - . :J"":.f my "vw -'f',,,'f .,,f :ig. 4, -.m , Q: -V 57:3-.,f Q ':.. -1-f.:35'f5i,: ,fa - ADJUSTED CURRICULUM Adjusted curriculum offers courses which will be valuable to its students in later life. Most seniors and many juniors participiating in the program earn credits through job experience during school hours. Smaller and more individ- ualized classes help the student to find answers to his questions and prepare him for new hori- zons after graduation. Frank Fowler Charles Lewis xr 'ef' NON-TEACHING STAFF Students take for granted much of the daily toil necessary to operate a school. Halls and classrooms, cleaned by the maintenance crew, go unnoticed as stu- dents rush to classes. Spirit lVlasters, notes and announcements are distributed and duplicated through the office. The ill and bruised daily visit the nurses for treat- ment. Nutritious meals are provided by the cafeteria personnel. The Non-Teaching Staff aids in making the school function effectively. xff Q! Mr. Coatsworth, Treasurer. Secretaries Bottom Row IL to FU: June Edwardsen, Laura Griffith, Rose Sbrocco. Row 2: Anne Herrick, Jean Foster. Flow 3: Donna Pintar, Jane Boyer. Row 4: Dorothy Stross, Rosemarie Tonn. Row 5: Margaret Maas- winkel, Lucille Terlep, Polly Mclfledmond. '17 an 'V' aro- K N 5 2-'F' X r i i l 5 Nurses IL to RI: Mrs. Yolanda Kozlowski, Mrs. Helen Wise r , Maintenance Staff IL to Rl: Jerome Ganser, George Brewster, Mary Berus. Cafeteria Staff Bottom How IL to FU: Gladys Tuck, Mary Pesec, Mildred Somrak, Margaret Tanski, Jean Skolaris, Molly Holtart, Lucy Glavac, Mrs. Elizabeth Zimmerman. Row 2: Fran Tavenier, Lee Chiofolo, Eleanor Doblekar, Pauline Turk, Mary Thom, Sadie Taylor, Florence Geisweidt, Jo Hansbrough, Harriet Floth, Ann Gravell, Lois Brow. 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A 4 W , W lm X YK L. , C X xx W . Y an XX X, I Y' ' X 6 1 g .F - . , , . 5 W i ' 1 A I, ,A L, Y lv J Ak .--- . ' . N 'hy' , . .' - . 51 3 -2.5 + ULU . A , It .V ,Q X . ,QR ' -,-I ' ,Q Q-awumg, " sf -. iv df, Shouts resound in a united chorus The crowd vacillates between Fear, elation, Disappointment, gladness- With each score-each play, As if all destiny Hung in the balance. Tension tightens strained muscles On svveat-covered bodies. Victory conjures A fanatical joy that lasts Long after the happeningp Defeat plunges each person Into darkness And depression Eased only by a hope For future triumph. FOOTBALL Sore gridders crash, plays practiced repetitiously force perfect execution. Tired players drag to the locker room for "brain" sessions, exhausted legs trudge around the field once more. Weekends saw the Panther team launching its attack, driving fiercely for scores and shoving back determin- ed enemies. Spectators screamed, frenzied by each touchdown. Faithful followers glowed with pride as new coaching and purposeful teamwork revived Euclid's gridiron spirit. Varsity Coaches Doyle Davidson, Bob Montgomery, Head Coach "Can I have my Teddy Bear now, Mom? Chei ROl9Ck, and Dave SPFOCN "Heck, the first string's as good as we are. 'T Co-captains Jim Petardi and Henry James ,VH- 00 apr- 33244 0 ' '- wwe. Varsity Foolball Bollom Row IL to RJ: Bob Anderson, Tom Severino, Ernie Gallo, Dave Nungesser, Jim Petardi, Henry James, Bill Swaidner, Dave Lewis, George Gasl. Ken Chudzik, lan Glass. Row 2: Fred Grupe, Pete Lukacic, Tim Kerzisnik, Dennis Palko, Dave Demojzes, Vic Valli, Doug Alecci, Tom Rich, Bob Miller, John Blassingame, Kurt Stanic, Rich Schwabauer, Row 3: Bob Petek, Mike Hieber, Ed Costello, Jerry Kurowski, Fred Zele, Mike Podnar, Tony Hlabse, John Lonchar, Bill McGreehan, Dean Pasquale, Dale Kardos. Flow 4: Gary Ortman, Don Seddon, Don Emmert, Don Spiegal, Jerry Coleman, Dan Ferris, John Tulolo, Bob Olds, Craig Hodakovich, Bob Centa. Row 5: Carl Jonke, Doug De Viney, Frank Houser, Roger Hixely, Steve Dozel, Gary Shaffer, Dennis Zadnik, Doug Rulti. "Guess the fake didn't work." VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Euclid Opponent 6.. ..St.Joseph... .....,22 0 . . Garfield Heights .. .. 22 12 . .... Brush .... . 0 16 .. . Shaker Heights . 0 28 .. .. Normandy . .. 14 14 . .. Valley Forge .. 20 14 .. . Cleveland Heights .. .. 26 18 . . . Lakewood . . . . , 20 22 . . Shaw . 0 24 .. ....... Parma ..... . 0 Wins 5 Losses 5 . Q? A -. 1 x -:sr F l F -f 1 Q 4-M K YNx"""" xx x 'K fi w N Cheerleaders with their winning float. Police Brutality HCMECOMING Spirited homecoming festivities rolled to a start with a noisy Thursday night parade climaxed at the blazing bonfire. Friday night cheering showed unity in purpose to "Flatten Forge" with a tearful half-time in crowning of queen and court. Ferocious animals and a ferris wheel ignited the atmos- phere for a Saturday night "Carnival" of events on homecoming weekend. . ,RA exQ3rv3.N X N N , e e X, - .. ' X Sif- N x X x x x S Homecomin g Queen 1969, Roxanne Cutshall First Senior Attendant, Jo Ann Leppert - A " - 1i3S5T"-+-f iN:-'9"-- 'ZS' 531:33-'f:R5kiQ3f5Q5,'-x3f.5t'F"' ' 2-.3957 U Y MA' W"7't,::-0' Y"-' - . .f , N jiisrgrf- 2 o ,M M , " ., xv' x A ' . x , , A fm, Q t , ' 'x .S 1 - - 1 , r-,X ' ,A , X ,: v 43 4 V-V x 'b k i h N , Q - ' 1 f t ' f x-A x ,, . , . X ,X XX X M , , " e g, 1 'Nl mx ' x A 3 5 X s . ,Q xxx X ,... .Jay N . P , 1 X x X . ., .ba x X U ,...,: . . , M gif Xt , X w e it V9 X s . vxfvgx, Ssgrc ft,- -Dei, -lil Q65 -- N A 1- are t, N i U., nf ',..-- A ,S x " "W", Junior Attendant, Anna Fugina Second Senior Attendant, Barb Webb f" 'V t , ,t t F N -" 3 Q .Q i x x , fm' 5.4 Sophomore Attendant, Cory Lovsin I i 1 r W Junior Varsity Football Bottom Row KL to Rl' Tom McArthur, Tom Stupica, Mark Groudle. Keith Kemoke, Jack Poshe, Co-captain: Leo Stewart, Co-captain: Steve Schlam, Keith Berlin, Rick Taylor, Torn Bauer Row 2' Bob Jost. Stan Kozel, Pat Lombardo, Jack Smeltz, Dennis Benvenuto, Bill Skupic, Mike Summerhill, Mark Resnik, Phil Wright, Steve Zimmerman, Row 3 Ed Fisher, Roger Braun, Dave Schmid, Bill Densrnor. Henry Boczek, Bruce Lombardi, John Dana, Mark Glinski, Ken Reed, Gene Theus, Chuck Schmidt, Row 4 Make Vernon, Ken Lewis, Harry Johnson, Doug Barnes, Tim Miller Randy Doblar, Stexe Sirk, Fiuss Bitker, Kexen Woods. v'r ' , '4 1 4 , , . - . A74 "-U.. : . W- , 'I , ff - ---- vs - "1. ' nu-, -- ' 58 .'i2s.rz!zn1i..., 21- - JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Euclid Opponent 12 ........... St. Joseph ........... 12 18 ......... Garfield Heights ......... 6 12 ............. Brush ....... ...... 6 14 ......,.. Shaker Heights ......... 0 30 .... ...... N ormandy ..,. ...... O 28 .......... Valley Forge .......... 14 18 ........ Cleveland Heights ...,.... 20 O ........... 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Jim Stiscak, Rick Cotton, Jett Peternel, Coach Nold. 1'v 'g 1 KX 60 59' 1- i x: M l' 9 J Varsity Tennis Bottom Row KL to Rl: Jeff Strobel, Jim Burns, Bill Troop, Bruce Bajec. Top Row: Gary Schimph, Alan T l B b D k C h R d'g O LID ef, 08C 0 fl UGZ. gotta hit it, I've got two strikes now." 61 VARSITY TENNIS SCORES Euclid Opponent 5 .... ... Garfield Heights ........ .. 0 3 .. ..... Brush. .... ..... . . 2 3 .. ShakerHeights .. 2 5.. Normandy ..0 3... .... VaIleyForge.... ..2 1... ...ClevelandHeights..., ....4 4 . . . ..... Lakewood .... . . . 1 5 . . . ..... Shaw ..... . . . . O 5 .............. Parma .............. O Wins 8 Losses 1 Winner of L.E.L. Championship i 'ri '73 '5 35 1- s as on SOCCER Soccer players burst enthusiastically into their first varsity season. Un- daunted by the lack of protective equipment, the players slammed into equally fierce competitors. Practice, quickness and skill protected these scrambling players in gold and blue striped socks. 'F' 'Ar Soccer Bottom Row IL to FU: Jeane Horvat, Dave Ketchum, Rick Cozart, Tri-captain: Rick Korzeniowski, Tri-captaing George Prokopovich, Tri-captain: Fred Skolaris, Jim Sheppard. Row 2: Dwight Yoder, Manager: Tom Koger, Roger Cherne, Mike Mukavetz, Bill Gerl, Dave Fanney, Coach Paul Ganim. Row 3: Mike Dougherty, Bob Pollack, Leroy Wells, Jim Mocilnikar, Dale Hoynacke, Paul McCauley, Bill Jakubs. Row 4: Dave Bryant, Brent Howe, Rodger Motiska, John Collura, Tim Cheadle, Mike Higaki. Row 5: Mark Rotar, Ed Evanick, Mike McFadden, Tim Fier, Charles Grieshammer, Dave Carruthers, Dave Steinhauer. Row 6: Bill Glickman, Mike Toth, Tom Major, Rick Flacich, Frank Yoder, Roy F. Baumeister. Not pictured: Larry McFadden, Manauer: Tim Garrett, Duke Mlakar, Bob Harris. "When my hair is messed up, it looks like I played. SOCCER SCORES Euclid Opponent 1 .,.. ,.... S haker Heights .......,.. 1 - W 1 . .,.,. Grand River Academy .. 2 1 . Western Reserve Academy .. .. 4 2 .. .... University School ..... .. 8 1 , Shaker Heights .. .. 3 2... ...Hawken .. ..1 4 .. .. Rocky River .. .. 0 2 .. .... Hudson .... .. 0 O .. ... Cuyahoga Falls .. .. 0 3 .. ........ Gilmour ...,...... .. 1 Wins 4 Losses 4 Ties 2 62 Q... 1 CROSS COUNTRY SCORES Euclid Opponent 16 ..... Garfield Heights ......,. . 47 23... .... Brush ,..,. ..,.34 15... .. Shaw ....5O 29... ....... Parma ...... ....27 38 ... ... Cleveland Heights ... .... 21 23... Normandy... ....33 40 ShakerHeights .. 21 43... Lakewood ....19 23 ...,. Valley Forge .....,.. .. 34 Wins 5 Losses 4 Ninth in St. Joseph Relays Eleventh in Ashland College Relays Eighth in Cleveland Heights Relays Seventh in District Meet Sixth in L.E.L. Meet "Oh pshaw." Cross Country Bottom Row IL to FU: Will Shuster, Head Coach: Dan Williams, Jim Kalamasz. Scott Lucci, Wes Collins, Jett Fagan, Gary Newman, Gene Brearton, Assistant Coach. Row 2: Kevin Kehres, Jay Kitsos, Paul Scho- nauer, Nick Capretta, Rich Pereksta, Tom Reed, Steve Deemer, Mike Potts. Row 3: Dave Engleking, Doug Knaus, Steve Schade, Bruce Finan, Larry Bock. COUNTRY Cross country runners continually strive for development of endur- ance and for control of speed. Exhaustive practices demand in- dividual improvement. At the meets, the exhilarating autumn weather and the loud encourage- ment of indignant-sounding team- mates drive runners to "put out." Muscles aching and chests heav- ing, the runners finish one by one and in groups. For those with good times, satisfaction and jub- ilance subdue the pain. 63 INDOOR TRACK At Euclid, victory and track are syn- onymous. Legs leap swiftly over hur- dles and feet rush dovvn cement floors as the trackmen sprint tovvard another triumph. Although neither the dovvn- stairs track nor the corridors offer vantage points conducive to large crowds, a small gathering of loyal fans never fails to cheer the thinclads. Wake up Terry! "I'm your on the spot announcer for this meet." Indoor Track Bottom Flow fL to Rl: Jim Srnick, Mark Jochum, Ed Fisher, Ken Lewis, Lou Zupancic, Bob Elder, Dave Davies, Bill Hegedus. Row 2: Rich Gydosh, Denis Fliggs, Jim Kalamasz, Scott Lucci, Craig Hodakievic, Bruce Muson, Jim Kane, Dan Ferris, Jim Busser. Row 3: Dan Williams Bob Puhger, Flick Bendure, John Tutolo, Tony Volpe, Larry Bock, Keith Brady, Frank Volpe, Gary Newman. Row 4: Doug Fiomoser, Rich Kipp, Art Iacolono, Mike Potts, Rich Schwabauer, Gary Smith, Wes Collins, Dale Thompson, Coach. Row 5: Scott Koffel, Bob Podobnikar, Dave Nungesser, INDOOR TRACK SCORES Jell Fagan, John Blassingame, Jay Kitsos, Tom Wendorfl, Dale Kardos. Wins 12 Losses 3 65 Euclid 64M . ...John Hay . . 555 - ... Glenville.. 92. . . South .. 2l.. Ea5tTeCh 54-- .. John Marshall ... 53.. J.F.K. 69. . . Parma ... 66.. ...Valley Forge 102 . .. J.F.K. .. 59.. EastTech .. 73. . ...Shaker Heights .. 67.. ...JohnAdams.. 75.. Collinvvood.... 64. . .. Upper Arlington ... 69. . ....... Latin .... .. Opponent 27V2 242 ...O ...66 ...37 ...59 ...23 .....26 ...81Z ...33 ...'l9 ...25 ...16 ...28 ...23 VARSITY BASKETBALL i Hours of drill perfect quick moving plays and the "fast break." Fans direct the players by , screaming, "We vvant tvvo points" and become momentarily appeased when the ball streaks through the threads. While the "nut squad" races dovvn court to prevent enemy scoring, the crowd adds its "psychological advantage" by creating noise and distracting the opposition. Defense and the outside shot combined to retain the LEL crown and to capture district finals for a second time. "You keep your hands off that ball!" Varsity Baskelball Botrom Row IL to RJ: Al Russ, John Lonchar, Dan Zawack,Je1f Booms, Rod Sullivan. Row 2: Coach Daugerty, Michael Laughlin, Timothy Neidermeyer, Robert Helm, Dave Lewis, Don White. Row 3: Mr. Judge, Assistant Coach, Jim Caldrone, John Clapacs, Flick Francis, Marc Haverlock, Manager. 66 ggi Varsity Basketball Captains and Coaches KL to Ri: Mr. Judge, Coach: Al Russ, Co-Captain: Jeff Booms, Co-Captaing Mr. Daugherty, Coach. 67 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Euclid Opponent 65 ...... Garfield Heights ...... 42 66 .......... Brush .......... 61 .... .... S haker .... . . . 80 Valley Forge 53 57 .....,..Normandy.,. ...45 55 34 49 ..... Cleveland Heights ..... 46 54 48 Lakewood 75 .......... Shaw ..... 54 .......... Parma ...,...... 83 ...... GarfieldHeights ...... Brush ....Shaker.... .. Cleveland Heights lO.T.J .. ..... Lakewood lO.T.J ..... Shaw 62 53 54 65 50 83 60 24 ........ Normandy ...,.... 23 55 .....,. Valley Forge ....... 43 55 60 52 58 65 61 62 50 Parrna.......... TOURNAMENT SCORES 82 .,...,... Mayfield ......... 48 68 ..... Cleveland Heights ,.... 52 62 ........,. Shaw .......... 50 77 ..... Painesville Harvey ..... 60 61 ........ St. Joseph ........ 64 Wins 20 Losses 3 First Place in L.E.L. First Place in Sectional ' - u. 4-,, Q. -,., v,.- , I , k , f wa? 0431 U s f' I 3 gl' Q, Q! Y 4 4 Winter Festival Court, 1969 "En garde! t 4 f v a-' ' Q 4, .44 . VX V .-A WINTER FESTIVAL Special lighting effects helped trans- form the E-room into an abstract con- ception of "Fire and Ice." Frigid blues and blazing oranges provided contrast in decorations as everyone's attention centered near an ice sculpture of flame. The imaginative atmosphere fascinated the couples and permeated the Winter Festival evening. . H. S Winter Festiv al Queen, Be th Climo 1 f' ? more Attendant, Essie Vaccariello First Attendant, Anne Rolik Sopho f E :N .+L Second Attendant, Judy McRae Mew: L 4:4 -W ,, W Junior Attendant, Connie Marten 4,1-QA" Junior Varsity Basketball Bottom Row KL to RJ: Rich Nagode, Manager: Don Lustrik, Tom McArthur, Bob Foster, AI Kidd, Pat McRed- mond, Steve Deemer, Row 2: Rick Tavlor, John Wolt. Tim Miller, Jett Conyers, Jett Aultz, Tom Stupica, Dirk Booms, Mr. Wil Shuster, Coach. "We learned this in modern dance." 72 'i W JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Euclid Opponent 64.. ...Garfield ......32 57 .. .... Brush .. 33 72 .. .... Shaker .... 28 67 .. .... Normandy ... ... 43 56 .. ,..... Valley Forge .. 58 70 .. .... Cleveland Heights .... ... 58 3 57 . . .... Lakewood . . . . . . 53 f 65 37 . ., .. Shaw 4 I - h,..r" . . Pd,- . ,x 65 .. ...... Parma ..... 48 0 V. a ie I ' lg' tgps? A2 UI .. f'-' ' ' 'F 61 Garfield Heights 30 ,JY . 59 .. .... Brush .... 49 'tf K , s 59 .. Shaker 31 14 1 -. ' 4 54 .. .... Normandy 31 . Q , X' f . ..r 49 .. ...... Valley Forge .... 66 -f 1 51 .. .... Cleveland Heights .... ... 49 S i i "'A 0 ' M A 47 .. .... Lakewood 51 ei XQSI ,..-s 53 .. .. Shaw .... 37 As. . y 1 - 58.. .........Parma............48 ...Q 1 MM. sf t""' ' A wine 16 Losses 2 "What light through yonder window breaks?" "lVly gosh, l've shattered the backboard!" "This is my turkey shadow?" ' foxx 73 VARSITY SWIMMING SCORES Euclid Opponent 42 .... ...Brush .. 61 .......... Shaker .... . . . 34 38 .......... Berea ...... . . .57 38 .---- Cleveland Heights- - - . - -57 35 ........ Lakewogd ..... ..... 6 O 57 .... ...ShaVV... 54 .... .... B rush 55 .... ... Gilmgur .... .... . 40 48 ........., Shaker ............ 47 37 ......... University ........... 58 45 - - Western Reserve Academy ----- 50 31 ..... Cleveland Heights ........ 64 31 ........ Lakewood ........... 64 43 .... .... S haw 13 .... .... F airview 32 .... . .. Nlidpark .......... . Wins 5 Losses 11 Fourth Place in L.E.L. Seventh in District Meets 33? i W- .,,.. , t' SWIMMING Panther mermen fill the pool each night for a grueling practice in preparation for the coming meet. As meet time arrives, opposing teams face the water with determination to win each event. The starter's gun cracks. Flying from the starting blocks, swimmers smash the water. Arms and legs churn water in co-ordinated movements, as swimmers execute flip turns with grace skill. Ever-present timers click watches record irrevocable times. the the and and Swlm Team Bottom How IL to Rl: Bob Dunker. Jefl Clarke, Ed Bishop, Gordie Netschke, Paul Britton. Row Rich Potts, Geoffrey Carter, Tom Brunson, Dave Murphy, Kurt Frey, Jim Ayers. Row 3: Bill Luikart, Al Balian, Roy Baumeister, David White, Mike Vernon. Row 4: Jim Schulz, Torn Cole, Ron Barbish, Russ Coddington, Chuck Grieshammer, Paul Mohorich. .gt . . - if ' Y , ,ff f' ? rl- g r' f ,,,f" M, f" Arg.-w""i ,. , .f ' 5 ' M- Q .Jeff My J , ' 4 .Q1...,f-"J sf M! "N i I f my .-A.,, f , we ,. . , ra-Q, ,earring ., M F . ..,, , ,. , ,,,,,,5,, as ' 1 -:.. 55,553 'Q.,,., MEA' 1 . 5 i E . , M ,Q is , X, .. ,..Vx A y 2 3 T Ag Q, . Z i K . 3 "5 V' ' ' 3 lx F x ' . Xi X X he it M , . W x 4 .,.Q?:x.i' l ISI 'N l . r '.1i'f 75 JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES Euclid Opponent 23 ..., ..... E astlake ........,... 16 26 ........,.,. Bedford ..... ..... 1 6 35 ........ Cleveland Heights ........ 5 14 .... ...... S haw ...... ..... 3 5 14 ,... .... P arma... .....26 20 .... ..... G arfield ............ 21 23 .... .... S t. Joseph ........... 14 23 .... ...... S haker .,.... ,.... 1 6 34 .... ,... H uron... .....13 24 .... ..... N ormandy .... ..... 1 9 10 .... ...... B rush ...... ..... 3 1 9 .......... Valley Forge ... ..... 26 24 ........... Lakewood ........... 18 Wins 8 Losses 5 The Human Pretzel "Hey wait, my hand's still under there! Junlor Varsity Wrestling Bottom How KL Io FU: Mike Murphy, Deral Euretig, Flon Martucci, Dave Steinhauer, John Doganiero. Row 2: Ai Ulle, Dave Fidel, Roger Hively, Tony Indiano, Bill Pasco, Doug Barnes, Ty McCunn. Row 3: Don Seddon, Jim Naro, Jack Poshe, Kevin Kelley, Ian Glass. -nib-"-kvvigi' ' W ' """' " '1""""- H--4 , -Ai 1 I I Yi, --J 2 1 hh- i 1 ' 'fm ' oo' Q' on -o do wi---D d -do d- -1 fl.- W, , - .... ..i...,,..J,,,,,,,, - 5 ' 1 i' "" "" ' -" ""-"-'-'--Mff--ff--M------V4 .. ,.,. -..Mi , , ,A V ,V 7 5 I V , wk 1 "'-"1---S--V A..- , do TJ ,U 'rw-si' ri-+51 Qi of, i .nm , -Llmwruwugwv-W A Li :imrr--kj-'Ava 9 1 I. Lg V t .tl TT: 5 ,gb 5 'QQ 3 I s, Ki 77 VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES Euclid OPPONGUI 21 ..... .. Eastlake .... 20 23 ..... Bedford ..... .. 14 35 Cleveland Heights .. .. 5 23 ...... Shaw ...... .. 13 19... ...Parma... ..17 17 .. Garfield .. 17 26... ...St.Joseph.. .. 8 23 ...Shaker.... .. 11 31... ...Huron.... ..10 21 Normandy .. .. 6 26 ..... Brush .... .. 11 13... ...Valley Forge... ..22 45 Lakewood .. .. 0 Ties 1 Second Place in L.E.L. 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' v ,264 "I rigged the election." l l Student Council at work Sfudent Council Executive Board fL to Ri: Joe Parisi, Els Meeriens, Eileen Hanna, Diane Baron, Ally Trommetter, Mike Hieber, Allison Brown, Tom Collura, Sue Sabo, Gwen Fiupen, Jim Stoch. - ' f X ' x 1, Q. ff.l13'f' , "- IQKJTYY 5 " ' 1:iLSw.,,N,1.g...N-g, -1: 3 . , i- X .5 K x X, , X X- ., .X V X l av NMQRQM l x .,.,m..N-avi - s S' nun F 1-.,., 'vi We 84 -,,,,,,,,,,A,,,, 2 1 l Student Council Botlom Flow KL to Rl: Bill Glickman, Chuck Flossi, Steve Kaselak, Debbie Hendershot, Anne Rolik, Jan Bizzarri, Donna Zmilew- ski, Debbie Galloway, Trauty Grau, Sherrie Chant, Sue Weinke, Laurie Fotocnik, Deb Vhr. Row 2: Bob Baker, Deb Sonnie, Mary Jo Lipovec, Roxanne Cutshall, Laurie Jewett, Marilyn Milavec, Sandy Shenk, Carol Flainovich, Linda Kobal, Kathryn Erdelsky, Sue Dritz, Sara Nantz, Laura Fondran. Row 3: Fred Skolaris, Kathie Kane, Lynn Gesten, Deborah King, Barb Bolden, Gio Ulizzi, Cherie Laser, Nancy Laser, Georgiann Pace, Nancy Amacher, Connie Marten. Flow 4: Jim Winsor, Robert Warner, Mike Podnar, Denny Zadnik, Steve Phelan, Mark Mamrack, Jell Fleichard, Bill Korthals, Laurie Salisbury, Debbie Cutshall, Valerie Donovan, lrene Tiborsky, Row 5: Mike Telich, Noah laligliola, Seth Chazanoll, Sue Drobnick, Liz Kurtovich. "I love 'em and leave 'em." F505 OE' Co Zrri Q2 F--1 1 wm 2 :QSESESZESBQQSQ LQ:f:1:o.-00.539, gemg-1 L04-'-f-+ Q, LOCDCD,-,CD-C4 mcnU'fD.c-o O4 Omg' V7 QD'-DDO-Q.-+93CDQ'-h CD '2ZLOj-nQJOZOCllE'QJQ.-4-:- oOQ,m:::rcno'mom:' 34 403509.-4.-.3--mmf' cncnion--.zn cn Q. 'O "'-:J 44,3 3 cn E f-+o. O Dm i-:QW -ommcmm HBCU- m U3 1G-QODDO mCDQE5"q'aQf7gg-g3Q.fn.-+:' 03'-vm-1 O.-4-U, gg D O 3' mm "'wK49fw'i'."'02 5'5'U'x13g'-f- mO.:OO 4 U'fD05'0-,2m':DJc1oOm 54330335 tQ0'4cnC'O3 to-70. .-+-'-:rD:-.::fD EOmfDCD2cn::cn:'-+oQ,Q- 52258QOgge3Oe:O om3S3.fD2f'4 9.mO"g0 U-oz,--305-N5 33' 3 --'O--4coO19'omm3 --3 gCD7"-'D Qq33E'3l:gCDmC 1f:"4mm'3-f3:O.EgFD'7fE.-3 4 ::""3:-.E5'm 4-D 3-- CD5CDqQ.LCJ3wcnE3cnQcD-2' CZ '77 to serve and to involve. 4 X f I jf? frat: S x "rx 85 Key Club Bottom Row IL ro RJ: Brian Hacker, Tom Benes, John Telich, Craig McDonough, Terry Karda, Bob Verner, Craig Hodakievic, Bob Smolinski. Row 2: Kevin Brain, Bob Knight, Eric Hauge, Mike Balale, Nick Bohr, Jim Kalamasz, Dave Fanney, Bob Bohinc. Row 3: Fred Heintz, lan Glass, Tom Brunson, Don Spiegel, Denis Riggs, Mike Higaki, Mike Telich, Doug Romoser, Don White, Flow 4: Brent Buckley, Rich Potts, Al Timlin, Harry Johnson, Bruce McBrian, Jim Bambam, Gary Grum, Mike Podnar, Rick Francis. Row 5: Lee Jalovec, Bob Lowry, Phil Wright, Tom McArthur, Al Balian, Rick Bendure, Ron Brow, Jim Winsor, John Lonchar. Don Seddon, Paul lmm. How 6: Ken Lipstreuer, Dan Shuman, Jim Hinde, Rick Cozart, Mark Mamrack, Jett Reichard, Jim Stoch, Gordon Netschke. Bob Taub, Rick Punzar. Row 7: Bill Rice, Rich Miller, Chris Reece, Jeff Fagan, Nick Capretta, George Prokopovich, Craig Zola, Tom Cooper. Row 8: Bill Ereznay. Ken Hassink, Rich Korzeniowski, Jack Borden, Vic Valli, Bob Lonchar, Bill Miller, Rich Eder, Jack Craigs, Dave Nungesser, Steve Phelan. KEY CLUB Members canvass Euclid for funds to support a national charity, sell "mini- megs" to raise their treasury and school spirit, and participate in an inter-club basketball tournament: each represents one aspect of Key Club. 'tVVe Build," its motto, pertains to all areas of development. Character, leadership, and community interest are fostered through club activities. Rated against other schools' clubs by monthly achievement reports, Euclid's Key Club strives to keep first place. Key Club Officers IL to RJ: Mr. Berger, Sponsor: Steve Pred, Vice-President: Ian Glass, Lieutenant-Governor: Dean Pasquale, First Vice-President: John Blassingame, President: Dave Templeton, Treasurer: Mike Debevec, Secretary. 86 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE American Field Service members who stay in America Hwalk and talk" with foreign visitors, enjoying the customs of others and explaining their own customs. Club members may co-operate to cook a dinner of sour dough bread, paella, stuffed grape leaves and quiche, or they may travel as a group to see a Brecht play. The annual language movies, the competition for international scholarships, and the presentation of the exchange stu- dent acquaint the student body to the lofty ideals of the organization. YI American Field Service Bottom Row IL to Rl: Sue Madden, Kathy Humphrey, Ghalia Nakshbendi, Rose Gasper, Kathy Thomas, Pam Volota, Pal Volota, Denise Riggs, Mrs. Zimmerman. Row 2J Peggy Wehrle, Janet Zaletel, Sue Gordos, Marcia Boyce, Nancy Jarchow, Donna Yeray, Diane Denison, Betty Keeler. Row 3: Beth Blewitt, Treasurerp Debbie Miller, Ellen Geri, Judy Kozlowski, Secretary, Janis Totten, Eileen Hanna, Evelyn Nielson, Sue Taddie, Kay Ftasmusen, Jere Foster. Row 4: Marilyn Winters, Els Meertens, Fred Heintz, Karen Vahclc, Lynn Brooks, Diane Dunbar, Jean Klein, Joyce Hatter. Raw 5: Pat Thompson, Frank Ogoreuc, Paul Oyaski, Bill Schmidt, Dave Jarchow, Garry Dremel, Marshall Hatcher, Don Hiruo, Tom Collura, President. 87 FUTURE TEACHERS FTA members, united by a desire to become teachers, expose themselves to many of the problems and rewards of teaching through the various lectures at their meetings. A point system rates each member's club in- volvement and encourages active parti- cipation in club activities. Future teachers gain experience both by tutoring during their study halls and by working in close association with teachers. Future Teachers of America Bottom Row KL to FU: Jackie Pograis, Judy Basa, Debbie Marbst, Judy Gansen, Ava Kaplowitz, Jere Foster, Carla Strunk, Carol Wiehn, Karen Milbish, Terry Levine, Judy Matjasic, Willis Dreisbach. Maria Pirovolos, Cathy Witt, Georgina Kovachich, Chris Mistretta, Judy Flatliff, Debbie Leland, Pam Mahany, Ann Rolick, Janet Marcus. Bow 2: Sue Morris, Clare Schneider, Cindy Kershaw, Nancy Jarchow, Diane Denison, Sue Fike, Pat Reese, Adria Soeder, Kathy Grossman, Donna Yeary, Barb Walland, Karen Rider, Kathy Rider, Annemarie Flyavec, Judy Stress, Sue Raggerts, Sandy Gubanc, Joan Fteinwald, Kathy Humphrey, Karen Matoh. Beth Blewitt. How 3: Marsha Mramor, Nancy Haller, Gertie Friedberg, JoAnn Felzs, Mary Jo Lipovec, Chris Gaydos, Nancy Borsch, Carolyn Farkas, Sue Drobnick, Karen Frank, Jean Klein, Joyce Hatter, Carol Almgren, Peggy Strok, Linda Kobal, Forrest Diehl, Bob Zeman, Beth Harris, Eileen Hanna, Faye Nye, Mary Holloway. Row 4: Marilyn Haynes, Marilyn Drornik, Laura Foy, Cheryl Fladatz, Nancy Laser, Diane Phillips, Sue Strizzi, Pat Simeo, Janet Zaletel, Marla Goodman, Ghalia Nakshbendi, Janice Hocevar, Dawn Anderson, Joan Lewis, Gayle Zitnik, Barb McAuler, Kathy Mahoney, Debbie Miller, Nancy Reed, Donna Brod, Joyce Marhefka. Row 5: Johanna DiTirro, Marilyn Fisher, Marie Meehan, Cathy Madden, Sue Pales, Judy Fulton, Georgene Kalapodis, Patrice Haureberg, Barb Gordos, Debbie Haverlock, Betty Keeler, Leeann Medevic, Mary Mog, Dennis Palko, Linda Sonntag, Jan Bahr, Nancy Zonar, Sue Glick, Debbie Henson, Marlene Marko. . . Future Teachers of America Executive Board Bottom Row IL to Rl: Peggy Strok Mary lVlog Pam lVlahany Linda Smile fOI' the Camera, Judi. Kobal, Back Raw: Cathy Madden, Chris Gaydos, Pat Reese, Sue Pales, Marla Goodman K x it l Q Rv l 9 f fl 5 ,R , ,- .. . 89 Friendship Y-Teens Bottom Flow IL to Ri: Suzanne Delsanter, Shirley Cook, Debbie Tinker, Barb Walland, Sharon Wolf, Jan Pawlechko, Kitty Ribar, Paula Geller, Judy Gansen, Kathy Hersh, Diana Pietro, Jane Flaggets. Row 2: Helga Dobler, Barb Gordos, Marcia Koljat, Karen Hilbish, Chris Weiss, Betty Hill, Anne Rolik, Angie Fiobers, Gayle Zitnik, Kathy Bolon, Dorothy Trunkely, Sue Spears. Row 3: Donna Yeray, Clare Schneider, Pat Timlin, Chris Srnick, Linda Stewart, Kathy Grossman, Debbie Jaworski, Darlene Ferrara, Lynda Buchholz, Natalie llg, Nancy Zonar, Jan Bahr. Row 4: Jere Foster, Kathy Liudahl, Laura Murray, Gloria Minerovic, Sue Drobnick, Mary Holloway, Ann Curtis, Debbie Vilcheck, Karen Vahcic, Lynn Brooks, Diane Dunbar. Row 5: Jan Francis, Cathy Madden, Pam Stearns, Judy Kozlowski, Sue Milavec, Michelle Aaronson, Ellie Stallings, Chuckie Reya, Carol Flainovich, Sandy Shenk, Pat Bark- hurst, Madelynn Hall. Senior Friendship Y-Teens Executive Board Bottom Raw KL to Ri: Diana Pietro, I Vice-Presidenti Kitty Ribar, President, Jan Pawlechko, Treasurer. Row 2: Lynn Brooks, Two Y-Teen ollicers observe a meeting. Karen Ffankr Secregaw. , va,-rp. I .5 , ,nhl ' ' .hrs-aiwill1'v:,..'i .K . ' . 'fir' isnoww vf' - Y-' -' "' ' ':rt:: YG' 4 . .lv 1 , ,Q , . , , we--vw.,-ef--1' my-.aw ----fw,N,, ,Y-,,.. .V ,- - ', ,,, ,.,,,, - -- ,. 'if 5 8 J Q-r x ..n, .,,-, I gb tk F P FRIENDSHIP Y-TEENS Basically a service organization, Friendship Y-Teens members are also interested in creating social functions vvith all of their three clubs, sophomore, junior and senior. Whether busy on a refreshment or dance committee or making favors for - a hospital, the member dedicates Q herself to Y-Teen ideals. Junior Friendship Y-Teens Executive Board fL to FU: Betty Hill, Treasurer, Chris Weiss, President, Barb Cigoy, Vice-President: Kathy Luidahl, Secretary. Friendship Y-Teens Bottom Row KL to Ri: Denise Reed, Marcia Sherman, Carol Swaidner, Darlene Klemencic, Cathy Hill, Cory Lovsin Nancy Rose, Alice Benko, Terry Sirak, Sue Flechnitcer, Michelle Dobray, Peggy Wehrle. Row 2: Denise Ferrell, Dorothy O'Neill Pam Parsons, Marilou Apicello, Nancy Benedum, Chris Schultz, Kathy Wajhan, Essie Vaccariello, Laurie Salisbury, Kathy Farrill Carol Napp, Janet Springer, Row 3: Marie Pirovolos, Mary Lou Zablek, Debbie Bolon, Mary Mayock, Laurie Svigel, Nancy Liubi, Sue Strizzi, Lynn Weber, Sue Mulligan, Kay Fagan, Peg Zmiiewski, Helen Marion. Row 4: Donna Wolf, Karen Frank, Lynda Nevar, Joan Fields, Nancy Newman, Shelly Lane, Nancy Laser, Joann Wunderle, Helen Talty, Marla Mazar, Diane Phillips, Jo Ann Fross, Row 5: Barb Cigoy, Marcie Mlakar, Jeanie Tobin, Charlene Erzen, Mary Doljack, Diane Nass, Janet Zaletel, Mary Kochevar, Kathy Marikis Marilyn Perovshek, Bonnie Urbancek, Rosemarie Luksic. 91 SPIRITS Enthusiastic students gather in the night to compose slogans and con- struct signs urging the destruction of Panther enemies. Sweat-shirted spirits splash bright colors, as others plaster the dried banners over the walls of the school. Wednesday morning, stu- dents view the patchwork in the halls that materialized out of Spirits' work- shop. was "Art is my only life.' The Spirit of '69 GIRLS ' LEADERS CLUB With the shout of "Line up," the Girls' Leaders Club member begins her duties. Whether leading exercises or demonstrating sports skills to the class, each leader must exhibit pa- tience and enthusiasm. The activities include refereeing G.A.A. and co-ed games, and enjoying lively social ac- tivities. Developing leadership gains the respect of classmates. Glrls Leaders Club Bottom Row IL ra R2 Diana Pietro Raw 2 Nancy Zonar Cindy Anderson Karen Wade Ellen Davis. Row 3: Linda Plav- can Joann Felz Lori Lane Kathy Gamber Cindy Paprizos Row 4 Sue Picciano Chris Weiss Marilyn Winters Bobbie Theil, Marcia Wallace, Marsha Baker Row 5 Debbie Opalk Barb Crgoy Chris Gaydos Gail Theus Beth Climo Karen Matoh Row 6 Laurie Garisek, Barb Barbato, 33 2- ,Y Q 4- 'rw' 1' 2 ,sf l f s t l ,Q Girls' Athletic Association, offers competition in a variety of sports. GAA gives girls in all grade levels the opportunity to participate in enter- taining activities and to improve physical skills. Numerous non-athletic functions stimulate social avvareness. "I think you're sweet too." Glrls' Athletic Association Bottom Row IL to FU: Joyce Duty, Joan Fields, Debbie Bolon, Anita Siltans, Johanna DiTirro, Paulette Discenzo, Janis Mobbs, Pam Fassinger, Cheryl Crawford, Andrea Simon, Sandy Lewton, Bev Kramer, Mary Gephart, Sandy Hendershot, Lynn Flosa. Row 2: Karen Doak, Laurie Salisbury, Kathy Walahn, Essie Vaccariello, Marilyn Perovshek, Kay Fagan, Debbie Nungesser, Ellie Stallings, Chris Szabo, Gayle Ebel, Laurie Garisek, Flobin Austin, Margie Kostansek, Kathy Chambers, Jan Jurcak, Marilyn I-lribar. Row 3: Helga Dobler, Faye Davis, Georgina Kovacich, Jackie Pograis, Pat Sylte, Debbie Harbst, Barb Stewanko, Leslie D'Anna, Sue Glick, Kay Rasmusen, Alison Town, Sue Taylor, Emilly Hanak, Marcia Sherman, Debbie Ficciano. How 4: Diane Whitney, Janie Cathcart, Sue Picozzi, Kathy White, Debbie Henderson, Kathy Roberts, Lois Brace, Pam Cilranik, Mary Dienes, Cindy Barbish, Lynne Jones, Thea Syroka, Sue Soltis, Roberta Fitlik, Annemarie Flyavec, Cindy Otcasek Flow 5: Joan Oliver Carol Rainovich, Marcia Boyce, Janet Volpe Mary Jo Udovic Michell A ' , , , e aronson, Cathy Madden, Linda Reese, Bonnie Botts, Joanne Cefita, Cheryl Laser, Marilyn Schneider, Jill Battung, Mary Ellen Balec, Barb Barbato, Sue Werle. 94 I X' l l l i GIRLS' ATHLETIC t ASSOCIATION l i r l l . . . l The girls' version of intramural sports, ' ,.,... ',.,L.q,1 , arf- 'af' 5 q -.re ,r 1, V. .-'r??'1w. - , liz.:-V a 31, . 'qgwag-L 2,3 ' -Q-"fi-"5 '- - jfs ' - -rf-,ff ' - gg - ,, - ,r -ig 1 ,XP - ,,. ,,. i. f VQV, X 1 jx.:- I' "1--f V- ' ' A - 4- , L A Q A Girls' Athletic Assoclatlon Bottom Row lL to Rl: Michelle Dobray, Pauline Lawson, Alice Benko, Nancy Rose, Terrl Slrak, Sue Flechnitzer, Sue Picciano, Laurie Grittith, Nancy Llubi, Carol Napp, Sherry Pena, Cathy Ferrell, Chris Schultz, Roseanne Garubo. Row 2: Kathy Gamber, Diane Zuro, Donna Salewski, Sharon Paz, Marilyn Domitor, Lynn Jersan, Sue Brezec, Ghalia Nakshbendi, Ste Taddie, Joy Scheurman, Barb Losee, Ellen Falcone, Jean Shepard, Mary Lou Lickert. Row 3: Janet Springer, Marilyn Jaksic, Joyce Tianello, Peggy Fierle. Denise Ferrell, Loretta Tobin, Sue Strizzi, Nancy Newman, Laurie Potocnik, Janine Taylor, Kathy Deeke, Lori Hudec, Janet Taub, Renee Karich, Laura Dauchy, Sharon Morel. Row 4: Sue Mulligan, Mary Sobole, Debbie Galloway, Grace Johnson, Ann Sietert, Marge Logar, Jean Mullally, Diane Raggets, Dorna Wolt, Janice Bahn, Debbie Vrh, Pat Sterling, Nancy Laser, Andy Brizes. Row 5: Earlene Tonkin, Chuckie Reya, Bonnie Bubley, Debbie Berndt, Michelle Mueller, Donna Sweet, Jane Dunbar, Debbie Erdman, Jennlla Klopovlc, Wendy Wiskes, Karen Madeja, Lucy Vases, Sandy Parsons, Sandy Gonakis, Vicky Mildner, Sue Gordos. l l 'lm Neldefmellef- ROW 25 Jim Tolar, Tom Brunson, Jett Fagan, Gary Newman, George Prokopo 3 leece. Craig Zola, Rich Schwabauer, Bill Swaidner. Flow 3: John vemojzes, George Gast. Bob Miller, Rich Kipp, Tom Cooper. Row 4: Bruce Deister Ken Chu Lewis Ed Ritz Kurt Stanic Doug Knaus Jett Rieder Row 5: Jim Kaim, Tom Koger, Jim Paul Schonauer lan Glass Rich Cotton Dean Williams, Bill Korthals K H mfr - ,i' Lettermens Club Bottom Row IL to Rl: Rich Potts, Don Seddon, Craig Hodakievic, Scott ?'lf'lf9ic- 7 E . Fatica, John Tolar, Duane F? V 'P 1 ' It ' ' ' jjj M "W j ' W- ce- F "' of 'FV 4 I l I t'9" - u-:Sadr JS ,P dilrls' Athletic Association Executive Board Bottom Row lL to Rl: Jersan, Kathy Gamber, President: Cheryl Laser, Vice-President. 2: Karen Madela, Sports-Coordinator: Sue Gordos, Mary Ellen Secretary: Debbie Erdman, Wendy Wiskes, Treasurer. Not Barb Barbato. 95 L I Aff' Wal Napola Clockwlse from Top: Kathy Netschke, Barb Jerele, Laurie Jewett, Sue Weinke, Jlll Battung, Alison Trommetter, Rita Halsey, BJ Roberts, Marty Schwenke, Mary Dienes, Debby Clark, Janie Dauchy, Els Meertens, Ellen Gerl, Janis Totten, Judy Kozlowski, Kathy Weighan, Joan Bensing, Karen Hollylield, Becky Fiohrer, Lenore Perovshek, Eileen Hanna, Penny Morse, Karen Hilbish, Char Fludiak, Nancy Reed, Mary Jo Lipovec, Robin Cochran, Karen lcke, Jean Klein, Cindy Kershaw, Carol Dann, Sandy Mika, Marian Hodder, Cindy Kelly, Judy McRae. WAI NAPOLO Energetic members with strained muscles splash the water each Tuesday as shouts of "Wai Napolo forever!" echo in the pool. Ever-striving for new grace in synchronized swimming, the aquamaids receive well-deserved praise from fellow swim club members. Patient instruction of the novice and the advanced swimmer provide the swim leader the opportunity to de- velop skill in future water enthusiasts. January signals the beginning of end' less hours of practice in preparation for the annual spring water show. The meaning of Wai Napolo remains secret with the sisterhood of its members. ., Sandy Hendershot, Lynn Rosa. Row 2: Karen Doak, Laurie Salisbury, ......., .. , , ,,,,,, llings, Chris Szabo, Gayle Ebel, Laurie Garisek, Flobin Austin, Margie Kostansek, Kathy Chambers, WglNgpg1K0vaCiCh, Jackie Pograis, Pat Sylte, Debbie Harbst, Barb Stewanko, Leslie D'Anna, Sue Glick, Secretary: 1, Debbie Ficciano. Row 4: Diane Whitney, Janie Cathcart, Sue Picozzi, Kathy White, Debbie f Barbish, Lynne Jones, Thea S roka, Sue Soltis Robert F'H'k A ' Fl C' y , a i i , nnemarie yavec, mdy Otcasek. Udovic, Michelle Aaronson, Cathy Madden, Linda Reese, Bonnie Botts, Joanne Cerita, Cheryl Sue Werle. I 96 K, Ad Club Bottom Row IL to RJ: Laurie Svigel, Skye Hurlbert, Becky Mann, Shirley Cook, Jana Dreisbach, Cathy Subel. Row 2: Kay Fagan, Debbie Uchbar, Kathy Horvat, Marilyn Winters, Cathy Shilling, Sue Car- mitchel. Flow 3: Penny Morse, Bonnie Bubley, Pam Stearns, Debbie Opalk, Kathy Netschke, Carol Almgren. AD CLUB The duties of Ad Club members re' quire responsible students willing to devote their lunch periods and many Friday and Saturday nights to selling tickets. Often working through an en- tire game, club members manage ticket booths and stamp hands of avid fans. LETTERMEN 'S CL UB Membership in the Lettermen's Club is restricted to those athletes who have earned their varsity letters. The club gives recognition to outstanding performance and to individual effort. Lettermen's Club Bottom Row IL to Rl: Rich Potts, Don Seddon. Craig Hodakievic, Scott Lucci, Mike Roberts, Wes Collins, Tim Neidermeyer. Row 2: Jim Tolar, Tom Brunson, Jeff Fagan, Gary Newman, George Prokopovich, Dave Nungesser, Chris Reece, Craig Zola, Rich Schwabauer, Bill Swaidner. Row 3: John Fatica, John Tolar, Duane Doblar, Dennis Palko, Dave Demojzes, George Gast, Bob Miller, Rich Kipp, Tom Cooper. Flow 4: Bruce Deister, Ken Chudzik, Vic Valli, Bob Lonchar, Dave Lewis, Ed Ritz, Kurt Stanic, Doug Knaus, Jeff Rieder. Row 5: Jim Kaim, Tom Koger, Jim Kalamasz, Jim Stiscak, Rich Krane, Paul Schonauer, Ian Glass, Rich Cotton, Dean Williams, Bill Korthals. -F 1 ' 97 ,. ?,. MA lt, ll .l L ,4 L ra. 5- K , F. B. L. A. The business world involves more than the familiar typing, bookkeeping and shorthand associated with it. F.B.L.A. attempts to give its members this ad- ditional -information and experience through vvidely selected educational activities. It strives to provide the stu- dent with solid background in the field of business. D. E. C. A. Students desirous of a career in the fields of marketing and distribution gain valuable experience and a better understanding of their prospective careers through Distributive Educa- tion Club of America. Students learn the aspects of the American free enterprise economy through the spirit of competition fostered by this national organization. 2 3 Ye? 5 9 Future Business Leaders of America Bottom Row IL to RI: Maureen Ray, Diana Dorsey, Kathy Cook, Linda Sigmon, Gail Tabb, Row 2: Marie Ftapkin, Kathy Roberts, Georgetta Kaparic, Lynn Leotta, Adrienne Kust. Row 3: Janet Picciotti, Pat Tanner, Diane Lupe, Diane Sluga, Sue Sever. Row 4: Louise Francis, Pam Sinkovic, Ellen Pestak, Carol Lesiak, Mickie Gartroza, Sherry Collister. D.E.C.A. Bottom Row fL to RJ: Pam Bosco, Jan Donovan, Darlene Euretig, Pat Mervar, Peggy Schroeder, Fran Fladwanick. Row 2: Dale Nagy, Chuck Miller, Wally Krenisky, Flay Doehring, Joe Stansfield, Chris Wilcox, Mr. Siebert. Row 3: Fred Essex, Joe Znidarsic, Tom Crawlord, Jim Kaim, Steve Smith, Tim McTigne, Bob Showers. 4 98 FLir.,.,,,- THESE 4 J SENIURS INTU 4 cnnnsnmvs 4 ,, Cooperative Office Education Bottom Row IL to Ri: Rebecca Buchwald, Marlene Pacic, Connie Brunner, Katherine Wesley, Shirley Griffis, Germaine Palmer. Row 2: Linda Tober, Phyllis Morris, Karen Knaus, Libby Mantz, President: Susan Nesbelt, Diane Cesen. Row 3: Charlotte Gillespie, Vivan Sobole, Debbie Carducci, Linda Gibbons, Karen Michalski, Anita Brommer. Row 4: Jerry Hubacka, Janice Swanhart, Connie Lytle, Debbie Merritt, Pat Frank, Marilyn Siders. Not pictured: Barbara Kneale. V9 K 99 C. O. E. In its second year at Euclid, Coopera- tive Office Education, an organized program for twenty-six years, is open to seniors taking business courses. The members, limited to tvventy-five highly qualified students whose work is evaluated and graded throughout the year, gain office experience by working with local companies. YOUTH COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS Euclid's Youth Council on Human Re- lations investigates social problems by projects and reason. The viewing of a controversial movie stimulates mem- bers to examine their individual be- liefs. Conflicts in philosophies and opinions often lead to heated discus- sions in which no idea is sacred, nor any conclusion valid until supported with sound judgement. With such a background as preparation, members embark on a project to test their the- ories. Using this study and investiga- tive method, they strive to achieve a better understanding of people and problems in school, city and world Youlh Council on Human Relations Bottom Row IL to Rl: Lori Rugle, Kathy Randall, Becky Mann, Claudia Orehak, Wilfred Tabb, Row 2: Cathy Tabb, Jean Acks, Lynn Kotnik, Dave Templeton, Al Nemeth. Flow 3: Marsha Baker, Karen Wade, Flita Zelinski, Tom Dolter, Fred Arnold. MEDICAL CAREERS CL UB The Future Nurses Club broadened its scope of in- terests, admitted boys, and re- named itself the lVledical Careers Club. Almost fifty stu- dents meet twice a month to acquaint themselves vvith a particular medical field. Under the enthusiastic sponsorship of Euclid General Hospital, mem- bers have had opportunities to tour hospitals and to talk with a navy nurse, a psychologist, and a Peace Corps medic. Medical Careers Club Bottom Row lL to Rl: Losee, Candi Callaghan, Bonnie Nimelli, Judy Marilyn Hribar, Pat Volota, Jackie Hulewicz, Pales, Ann Hanak, Betty Keeler, Cathy Tabb, Haugh, Mary Lemmo. Row 4: Tom Stravarace, Joy Scheurman, Kathy Liudahl, Dorothy Trunkely, Diane Catanese, Barb Matlasic, Alvera Vargo. Row 2: Jenny Grabitz, Jan Jurcak, Debbie Rash, Nancy Hollman, Cheryl Glubish, Pam Volota. Row 3: Judy Skrinlar, Sue Debbie Pestotnik, Sandy Gubanc, Joan Reinwald, Charlene Simons, Donna Natlie llg, Harriet Eglin, Debbie Henson, Laura Zurc, Ginny Kumel, Denise lcke, Kathy Bolon, Donna Sweet. Row 5: Sue Milavic, Ken Winchester, Lana Drummer, Mary Holloway, Bruce McBrian, Phil Stravarace, Flon Zarnick, Jerry Davis, Roger Principe. .nt PS - . Y . "M: . 323 no A n-,..f 100 SKI CLUB Clutching their equipment with ama- teur enthusiasm, the Saturday skiers brave the slopes of lVlont Chalet and eagerly demonstrate to fellow stu- dents their newly acquired skills in the snovv. Occasional spills on cold, vvet ground fail to daunt the skiers' spirits. Anxious to don parkas, mittens and heavy socks, they vvait impatiently for forecasts of "cold vvith snow." Chess Club Seated IL to FU Jim Nosse Mike Chlebik William Gram Standing Randy Snyder Joe Krnc Bill Mao Terry Fox Dennis Straub, Tom Major, Tim Larkin Mark Straub Steve Deemer Jack Wagner CHESS CL UB Chess Club holds tournaments with- out cheerleaders and record crovvclsg quiet contemplation provides the key for the strategic moves executed by patient members of both teams. Each individual triumph makes the hynotic hours spent under the spell of knights and bishops worthwhile. Intensive silence, a result of deep concentration, shatters with the vvord "checkmate" the chessman's cry of victory. CAMERA CLUB Camera Club members meet inform- ally to exchange ideas on technique and composition, to evaluate advance- ments in equipment, and to criticize the craftsman of a professional. Stu- dent photographers prove their abili- ties by setting up, developing, enlarg- ing and mounting their own vvork. Their high school work for scholastic art competition and for publication staffs provides members with experi- ence for artistic or commercial ca- reers. COIN CLUB Speculating about the purchasing of bags of coins and observing the mone- tary systems of different nations are some of the activities of Coin Club. As the members accumulate various ce, worldwide coinage, they trade extras in an attempt to complete their mu' mismatology. SCIENCE SEMINAR Crystal growing, hypnotism and as- tronomy constitute part of the diverse range of topics included by Science Seminar. Science and matheorientated audiences encounter new ideas and theories. Clues to the complexities of a minute atom or a distant star reveal themselves with the aid of the guest speakerg limitations imposed by the regular classroom slowly diminish. 1: Coln Club IL to Rl: Mike Selway, David Nolan, Bill Meo, Handy Snyder. Science Seminar Bottom Row IL to RJ: Bruce Walker, Marilyn Ward, Kathy Erdelsky, Jackie Polgrals, Taree Rothrock, Jean Foster, Row 2: Mike Chlebik, Dave Petscher, Pat Thompson, Joan Bensing, Kim Somers, Debbie Von Gunten. Row 3: Jim Roma, Alan Timlin, Lee Jaiovec, Chuck Sims, Jim Nosse, Pat Sylte. Row 4: Dave Templeton, Keith Kern, Dave Wagner, Dave Fidel, Mike Selway, Bruce Makse. Row 5: Jim Koch, Gary Kopec, Dale Kardos, Ken Hessink, Bob Havreberg, Lee Peters. t 103 GIRLS' VARSITY SPORTS Soccer, basketball, track, field hoc- key, and volleyball constitute the teams boasted by Girls' Sports. The sports teams provide a challenge of competition and individual ability. Al- though the girls' teams enjoy less pop- ularity than their male counterparts, the girls acquire a sense of achieve- ment and self-satisfaction. Girls' Varslly Sports Bottom Row IL to Rl: Fay Davis Roberta Frffnlr Lorelyn Hudec Wallrnut Grau Beverly Kramer Sue Brezec Pam Stearns Row 2 Jane Hospodar, Cheryl Fladatz, Marlene Thweatt, Mary Ellen Balec Karen Madeja Barb Barbato Wendy Wrskes Sue Gordos Lynne Jersan Flow 3 Julie Staskunas Bonnie Bubley, Kathy Gamber, Anne Marie Ryavec Diane Flaggets Joy Scheurman Kathie Kocrn Charlene Fleya if 1.1.37 Public Address Club lL to Rl: Mr. Staines, Louis Chos, Bob Taub, Frank Ogoreuc, Bob Knowles, Mr. Yocum. Movie Club Bottom Row IL to Rl: Pat Krakauskas, Diane Catanese, Jackie Hulewicz, Sherri Hagberg, Sue Taylor, Kathy Gamber, Pat Perchan. Row 2: Chris Hulewicz, Sandy Gonakis, Janet Marcus, Arthur Hare, Sandy Oblich, Patti Virginia, Carol Dann, Terri Brown. Row 3: Bob Keyes, Jerry James, Ty Carnes, Seth Chazanolf, Bruce Deister, Melinda Baldini, Beth Bowles. Row 4: Andy Malenda, Scott Williamson, Larry Drozin, Doug Barry, Greg Zelinsky, Nick Bohr, Doug Behrends, Fred Land. Row 5: Craig Palik, Ken Chudzik, Dave Meyer, Bob Blazunas, Greg Mann, Jim Crosson, Carl Susman. -S P.A. CLUB P.A. Club members play an important part in the production of an assembly or a shovvg Adjusting and setting up microphones, speakers, and other equipment constitutes the major part of their job. Assisting with the public address system during school, this ser- vice organization more than proves its value. MOVIE CLUB lVlovie Club members sacrifice their study halls to deliver audio visual equipment to classrooms, to splice films, to make minor machine repairs, or to show noon movies. Their work rarely receives any expression of grati- tudeg yet, their occasional mistakes are loudly condemned. Hovvever, their conscientious efforts are appreciated by the noon movie-goers, by the stu- dents in the classroom, by the teacher vvho uses movies for illustration to supplement review, and, ofcourse, by the exasperated substitute. Foremen's Club Bottom Row lL fo Rl: Bob Jaffe, Ed Bishop, Flalph Andrews, Flon Gadish, Tim Clark, Row 2: Craig Russell, Bryon igigonk Dwighllwilliams, Ed Lee, Al Leybeck. Row 3: Geoff Greer, Bob Hill, Frank Kaparic, Frank Dremel, Andrew Korta, Frank o e ar. Metal Sculpture IL to Ri: Sue Flaggets, Greg Tupa, Judy Stross, Gary Fladatz, Hans Siylianou, Lee Smith FOREMAN 'S CLUB Basing eligibility for membership on responsibility and skill, the Foreman's Club remains small and selective. The primary purpose of the club centers on the training of boys to assist in machine shop classes. Supervising " classes, handling large and complex machines, and emphasizing safety, the foreman earns valuable experience and respect. METAL SCULPTURE CLUB Interest in exploring a new media of art unites this neophyte club. Armed with blow torch and goggles, club members solder various metals into unique sculptures. Members add colors to copper and create new enam- aled designs. 106 'FR -st f my - . N-max I X xl -. "s I ' 4 l fl ' , Radio Club Bottom Row fL to RJ: George Braidich, Dennis McBride, Clillord Burns, Wayne Downer. Flow 2: Marc Felder, Bob Mikanovich, David Colosi, Bur! Emig. Row 3: Gary Jones, Doug Yandala, Gary Kopec, Lee Jalovec. RADl0 CLUB WA8ZGE, the call letters of the Radio Club, promises communications with the rest of the United States and beyond. lVluch knowledge and capabil- ity is required of the "hams" to construct working radio equipment. The club helps its members to obtain the licenses by helping them to pass the exam. STUDENT STORE The Student Supply Store quickly be- comes crowded as students rush in to buy materials for their next classes. The ring of the cash register and eager, outstretched hands add to the hurried confusion of customers wanting to buy anything from cough drops to Shakespearean plays. Although some- what flustered by the large groups at- tempting to make purchases at the same time, operators manage to give correct change and to show courtesy to all their customers. Student Supply Store Staff Bottom Row IL to Rl: Mr. Amster, Maryann Kovacic, Joyce Wayner, Toni Di Santo, Marlene Mirtic, Ramona Hace. Row 2: Roberta Fillik, Marie Rapkin, Janet Wayner, Laura Murray, Dawn Anderson. Row 3: Tim Cooke, Marc Kellner, Flon Barbish, Bob Lees, Els Meertens. g-v T7 ii? if 3 Q 5 lx 1 '5 X ii Folk Club Bottom Row fL to RJ: Beth Grum, Mary Smith, Nancy Temple, Janet Wayner, Pat Kaston, Joyce Wayner, Debble Hornsby, Diane Catanese, Jackie Hulewicz, Amy Grlftith, Diane Taylor. Flow 2: George Mclntyre, Jayne Bucknot, Nancy Amacher, JoAnn Hignite, Joanne O'Conner, Laura Foy, Stewart Trivine, Joy Hicklin, Alice Swartz, Alice Sweet, Glen Hach. Row 3: Clare Schneider, Robin Cochran, Sue Raggets, Judi Stross, Bev Cleaver, Fran Reymander, Mary Ellen Lee, Gail Arnold, Kathy Keszenheimer, Linda Gudowicz, Eric Bowes, Rick Zeman. How 4: AI Nemeth, Judy Ulstrom, Doug Knaus, Bob Miller, Rick Nemecek, Tom Cooper, Bob Bohinc, Gwen Rupert, Eileen Hoge, Gayle Primoznik, Judy Ayers, Jim Bock, Linda Rich, Bob Zeman. Row 5: Steve Hunn. President: Tom Cook, Ken Bernhardt, Jim Lyle, Don Bokor, Eric Benedum, Don Stokes, Wes Collins, Ed Ritz, Dale Kardos, Mike Telich, Jim Stiscak, Fred Arnold, John Laszcz, Tom Doltor. FOLK CLUB A small room, reflections of light, the twang of a guitar, a clear voice raised in song-a ballad, create a bit of heaven for the folk enthusiast. Stimulating conversation, imaginative expression, creative inspiration, a cool, quiet at- mosphere and live entertainment re- cruited from all parts of the area bring friends together to share their interest in folk music. EUCUYO A small group of students quietly cole lects classmates' better short stories, plays, and poems. Published works must be original and well vvritten. Staff members compile literary works into a modest volume which is attrac' tively illustrated with student art vvork. In the spring, the completed book receives enthusiastic compli- ments from its readers. Eucuyo Bottom Row fL to Rl: Jane Bucknot, Sharon Wolf, Becky Mann, Barb Gates. Row 2: George Karlan, Rita Zelinsky, Lori Rugle, Nancy Amacher, Betty Keeler, Row 3: Wes Collins, Bill Schmidt, Marie Meehan, Helen Dougherty, Gwen Rupert. KP 's.-..-q0" I" 0-S .N 108 . ,.., SPIRlTS,INC 1969 Braille Club Bottom Row IL to Rl: Bruce Finan, Annette Jakse, Taree Rothrock, Peter Pecsok. Row 2: Cheryl Glubish, Johanna Di Tirro, Andy Newman, Marlene Mlrtic, Michelle Kovezsdi. 109 SPIRITS INC. The male spirit-inciters raise laughter from audiences with their person- alized and original cheers. Though only in its second year, the club's membership list remains long vvith en- thusiastic participants. Spirit lnc.'s goal, to act as the "psychological advantage" for the Panther teams, is maintained with each victory. BRAILLE CLUB Once a vveek, partially blind students patiently instruct their sighted class- mates. Beginners must first learn to distinguish letters of the raised dot alphabet. When this phase of learning is completed, the "seeing" students learn that they will probably always have to use their eyes to read braille, their sense of touch is not as keenly developed as that of their student in- structors. Through Braille Club, the student instructor and the pupil gain some insight into each other's worlds. NATIONAL FORENSI C LEAGUE For those who have a special talent for speaking, National Forensic League offers a chance to compete against students from other high schools at the weekly Saturday tournaments. Three rounds of com- petition follow early morning registration. Afterwards, contestants nervously await the results. A first place trophy culminates long hours of practice and causes the realization that the work expended in practice was not wasted. National Forensic League Bottom Row fL to R2 Pat Kaston Tern Brown Debbie Galloway Mr Robuck Sponsor Row 2 Tom Cooper, Joan Fields Debbie Berndt Robert Taub 5- L BJ 211 Q 4 1 7 '. 5' 5 . l' I X ,E 1 I llml l Political World Affairs Club Bottom Row IL to HJ Debbie Tinker Bob Baker Joyce Tlanello Judy Matlasic Leslie Hannum. Flow 2: Pat Thompson Nancy Keay Wlllred Tabb Seth Chazanoll Betty Keeler Row 3 Don Hiruo Mike Selway Bill Schmidt, Dave Templeton. POLITICAL- WORLD AFFAIRS Lively, controversial discussions aid members of Political-World Affairs Club in understanding current prob- lems and disturbances. Well-informed speakers present opinions on current events to acquaint the members with viewpoints which may differ from their own. Concerned students ex- perienced the presidential race on their own level with a mock election preceded by student campaigns. YOUTH POWER Leading national food industries pro- mote Youth Power groups to interest students in all phases of the pro- duction, processing, and distribution of foods. Encouragement of better nutrition among teenagers emerges as the main goal. Youth Power has as an important objective: planning for the future nutritional needs of our country. VOICE OF ART Struggling with varied con- cepts, the student finally mur- murs a decision and the idea takes shape. Testing different media, he advances step by step. Asking softly for criticism, the artist works slowly toward completion. The composition finsihed, the Voice of Art speaks loudly in its exhibition. Voice or Arr Boriom Flow fL to Rl: Donna Wilson, Marie Flapkin. Jane Dauchy, Judi Stross, Sue Raggets. Flow Denise Gressley, Angela Bartel, Joy Gliha, Chuck Mukavetz, Pam Volota. Row 3: Mary Jo Udavic, Janet Volpe, Denise Gast, Mary Lou Lickert, Nancy Laser. Mrs. Martinsen, E-Room Coordinator E-Room Tired students slowly saunter to the after-school mecca. Records blasting from the loudspeakers and buzzing conversation create atmosphere as the social center fills of . . with students. Under "lVlom's" guidance, the varied facilities of the E-Room provide for diverse activities. AP' ffessf TN - Q 'G' ' y A fri..-if ' --f l :st '..f-JQQYA Q l -44' Spectrum Bottom Row IL to RI: Jane Bucknot, Nancy Amacher, Belly Keeler, Kathy Luidahl. Row 2: Debbie Henderson, Mike Selway, Heidi Nitsch. Row 3: Linda Klein, Laura Zurk, Natalie Ilg, Cindy Wutchiett, Pat Thompson. Drama Workshop Bottom Row KL lo RJ: Michele Maran, Skye Hurlburt, Claudia Orehek, Debbie Hendershot, Hagberg, Sue Taddie. Row 2: Kathy Floeder, Star Painter, Bob Blazunas, Doug Barry, Barb Losee. Row 3: Reinhardt, Jim Crosson, Paul Mohorich, Greg Mann, Mark Meehan, Don Stokes. 1 1 113 SPECTRUM Reaching out to explore and absorb culture through the arts is Spectrum's objective. Securing tickets and attend- ing performances create student in- terest and gradual appreciation of efforts in the arts. Sherri Dave DRAMA WORKSHOP Drama Workshop, the omni- present entity at dramatic produc- tions, provides varied sound effects and appropriate properties. The tasks allocated to its members demand ingenuity and resourceful- ness in rehearsals and during the performances. Although their efforts receive only casual men- tion in the program, evidence of their importance lies in the con- tinued success of Euclid dra- matics. iz. f' ', ,, an - .bn S i r' ' 'st ' 14 S ly Yxfrmsvi Q . f ga, 2: K X , f . -Q use-S ' , h , A T 'QSYEVQQ 1 1,3 Y ' : ' gygfwgfag . - t A JQETQ' 9 it ' :Q X' 5 Q 1 X t N i , jx i XKXAI k Kiki 1 ,A 1 A... . , . M xv V 3 .S.,,.N. r A Junior Varsity Cheerleaders IL to RJ: Bonnie Bubley, Joan Force, Essie Vaccariello, Marilyn Perovshek, Debbie Harrison, Sandy Nurmi. Denise Dworning X S at X ' f .- " X , Q + we K N -f ar H A Margie Fennell, Substitute. mnsvmgs Y' ,. 'Q Q N X - xi, N: mm: y H V Q 'X X N IQ. Panthers IL to FU: Laurie Jewett, Gio Ulizzi. ft si .X Lf- N S + XX P , , X -. . - 1 5 : 9 A l . ,,,, . :M :sf-- N T ,..-,,f . K . , waxmcvsmqv Q - X Xe . ,.fr1yikXfTiX3XwlN:Qt.rif?7FNx . my xs , N : Q'-i sw? Q' ,af ,six bi ' AR X N , Q X NX XXXx X. .YNY Q 5vQ'Sf.:x,,.f: , -- xwt-NWXQNN XX 'ik'1Qi5E?QF5i" NYM Qx:x x A QX mi., Ak : -.t l . 2 QRNQZQ' Junior Varsity Cheerleader Substitutes IL to RI: Lenore Perovshek, Donna Salewski, Annette Kuchling. 1 i ,..-.--- 'NBER' r is , .. 1 S 5 4, G QS. Q 5 . J- ,,,f'i xK.C"'x N gg --Y ,,,,,.N- Y. f .-Ml ..a.,w.,..,. . Il fp: 4 t . t. gig F Q:-Tr6g"'lg54vwg, W' va. -- q,,,.M4K4 4 4 A4 EF, .ti 55,5 0-snr. F sz 1- "1 I - X E YQ 3 , xg 4 ' . N - ' Y ft. "X 4 93 f 4 . -.nz " s. ' 4 ' - ' 1' 'Huang .,-'fix -K ,,..,,x,Q,,,.Q , 34? N 1 4 4 4 1 lv - V ' A - -tg. 4, b . 1, J 4 - Kathy Lonchsr Beth Climo . fsygwgkgx ,,., 4 fs? g ,. l i Sstwgfwvwis- sf:-53, ,, , X Y gs X W.. Isigggm 2 E g Sally Yozipovich, Substitute Z M..,..,,...-,.2 -L ritfif' H ,- -- ' .1 . 'mix Marcia Wallace CHEERLEADERS Panther mascots and saddle-shoed, short-skirted cheerleaders shout the glories of Euclid victories and tearful- ly share the Panther's defeats. Hours of after-school practice results in straight lines and precise formations. Well-timed jumps climax uniform and enthusiastic cheers. Exhausting gy- rations, cartwheels and splits contrib- ute to the spirit of participation among the faithful followers. t 5 ' 3 N J 4 L. 1 4 A- I i J..4Q,.,, ,. . n., ,4 Q ...e ,. . . R - ,I ' . E - "' i Q 3 w , . 4 4 E5 N 1- f ' ' 5 1 tw 5 "7 tif. 'r ..?S2lg'f' T' ' vm--r0r+ '45 t . A 4 'Q BV' 'fi 'L W "fs, 'N X 4' Q 3- , X X ' 1 if W5-1-5:-:I ' ' " N f X. tr- 4 . 4-tQ:l,'4'4 . 4 V4 ' 1' Q . .S te 4 4' V, .F , ff K A -sat, . . - ' .4 .-gtg-4. 5 vb ' ' . 4 , .mx ,, .4 SQL ' 44 4 . ,4 5 1 5 -s -A-- I -, ..... - 1 5,,,:, 1 .44 , ,, MIA if - 1 MAJORETTES "One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight!" Whistles blow and records countlessly repeat, as long majorette practices drag. On lookers are re- warded by watching precise high- kicking chorus lines and flashing ba- tons. Girls at early morning sessions in rollers, gym shorts and long coats march toward synchronization in well- rehearsed routines. White boots and pom-poms decorate the football field and basketball court to the enjoyment of half-time audiences. Satisfaction shines in each majorette's ever- present smile. TN Maiorerte Substitutes fL to Rl: Gail Kapusi, Bernie O'Connell, Barb Strazier, Jackie Day. R..-...W . Ken Hassink, Senior Class President ...5 .xr-2---v 5 t.!q.,,qs-.,.,. -H- H - - . ' 4... . - - ,f,. , , A -F'-'-A,-Q-, .. sf. J., .. t --an .- -f f Y' 'YY -' t', 1' ..x-. 'S Y, , U r - .ery-my-e,vffi .,5i,,.,g ,--. r 7 ' ' 'N' ! at ' ' .- .-.4 ' LA,5gQq?5x'x:4x::..:., 175, tx'Q.5pJ1 wg '--1 ,g'1'j+xf.g':g .Nm-1. N . - ff-'54-ff f"'4 X1"g2Sg ,rg-x, ,A-:.x. - . , .V -1-.i ,..,,.u.x..,.. ,,..+--sa.g,mEx'vws..e,.-,s5,.wi:4..x-.hw-- ' 'F ' ' ' l " -' --sv- f 4 4,,lJ.. 5 .. 'j-5141 I w ll F lv 1.3 I' .uqgr lrvgff- l,' A-A ,vH"'A" -- sw' ,x ,1- ,. f "" Maiorettes IL lo FU: Leslie Rohr, Cathy Tyrrell, Karen Walhan, Debbie Palguta, Anna Fugina, Pat Paulin, Gayle Mocarski, Gayle Crown, Cindy Kershaw, Carol Murphy. , '1 if "x .. - ! X., 'ex Maiorette Captains 1Top to Bollomj: Nancy Kadunc, Gail Theus 117 S YMPHONIC BAND FLUTE: BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Marilyn Bauer Janice Berry Carol Dann MaryJean DeTomaso Harriet Eglin Leslie Kalan Wendy Lick Gale Richardson OBOE: Lynn Allchin Pat Kaston CLARINET: Dale Anderson James Burns Dean Coolidge Michael Debevec Jane Decatur Mary Dienes Rosemary Gasper Mark Glinski Cheryl Glubish Pam Hobe Barbara Losee Philip Morlock David Onions Mary Schaffer Joy Scheurman Joseph Sharpe Alice Sweet John Tanko Barb Thomas Bruce Walker Scott Wightman Donna Yeray ALTO CLARINET: Darryl McGill Karen Reichard BASS CLARINET: David Bucknot Ralph Gibson Jeffrey McKee Mike Mitch BASSOON: Cheryl Crawford ALTO SAX OPHONE : Cindy Andemon Frank Doblekar Nancy Gubanc Jim Tolar TENOR SAX OPHONE : Louis Chos Joseph Lovanc Robert Herrick CONTRA BASS: Bob Helm CORNET: Michael Balale Robert Civic Thomas Cole Duane Doblar Paul Drotleff Robert Dunker Ron Lyman Dennis McBride Kevin Oliveri Rick Punzar FRENCH HORN: William Christensen Steve Hoedt Judy Neuman Deborah Vadnal Marilyn Ward Rich Wittenmeyer TROMBONE: David Brooks James Hinde Fred Land Blaine Lewis Michael Murphy Frank Yoder BARI TONE: Tim Cheadle David Cooney John Tolar TUBA: Skip Garth John Horna Bill Ostrander Tom Taylor PERCUSSION: Jay Benedict Patrick Foy Luane Morgan Mark Potocnik John Tomino Bill i x ur' ,gf qw-vs io .0 J -K WH, -....,.,,,.... ..--. ----MW ..-f' m I use it to keep my reeds in." "Peace be with you, brother ,X 1 119 CONCERT BAND FLUTE: Patricia Breed Kathryn Deere Dolores Donner Marcia Feiock Darlene Franks Chris Gaydos Arlene Kemejak Elaine Mog Joan Oliver Mary Smith OBOE: Vicki Festini CLARINET: Barbara Girimont Jerry Glick Vicki Hollis Harry Jeffries Gary Jones Robert Knight Annette Kuchling Charlene Fleya Wayne Russell Karen Sbrocco William Semenchuck Marie Sopko Thomas Stupica Kathy Tancredi Nancy Temple ALTO CLARINET. Scott Barrett BASS CLARINET: Mary Lou Lickert Robert Wilson BASSOON Lana Drummer Carolyn Farkas CONTRA BASS Robert Helm SAX OPHONE : Janice Hocevar Craig Hoover Harvey Smith James Srnick Phillip Wright ALTO SAX OPHONE : James Arko TENOR SAX OPHONE : David Davies FRENCH HORN: Kevin Kelley James Stiscak CORNET: John Brothers Ronald Brow Harry Handshaw Rich Komara James McVey Mark Palmer .Iaye Rex Racich Richard Stillingp Mike Suttle Joyce Wicks Douglas Yandala BARI TONE: Frank Houser David Sinclair TROMBONE: Mark Doblekar TUBA: Martin Garrity David March PERCUSSION: Richard Bendure Glen Benedict James Howell Al Marck Peter Markovich Ken Sadar sr...- ORCHESTRA FLUTE: Carol Dann Leslie Kalan CLARINET: Jane Bucknot Darryl NlcGill Donna Yeray OBOE: Lynn Allchin BASSOON: Cheryl Crawford Bruce Stout C ORNET: Dennis lVlcBride HORN: Fred Arnold Betty Bogel Rich Wittenmeyer Wayne Zachary TROMBONE: Fred Land Blaine Lewis Frank Yoder TRUMPET: Paul Kobilsek Richard Stillings TUBA: Tom Taylor ,KW I VI OLA : Alice Kreit Diane Taylor VIOLIN: Sue Arnold Gail Arvay Ann Bronaka Pamela Croaning Fay Davis Laurie Garrett Nancy Haller Joan Henderson Carolyn Newnes Susan Soltis Sue Taddie Pat Thompson Joyce Tianello Pamela Volata Carl White CELLO: Skip Garth Richard Kehres Stan Pavelecky PERCUSSION: John Tomino Terry Tryon BASS : Doug Behrends Michael Chlebik Kris Will PIANO: Jerilynn Dowd John Ofciarcik ORCHESTRA Hours of private practice, in addition to rehearsals with the entire group, enable the orchestra to perform excellent concerts. The music consists of many individual parts, each of them necessary to complement the melody. Orchestra members work diligently to perfect their parts and attain total harmony. BAND lVlarching band members, armed with instruments, hot chocolate, and spirit, excel in executing football game halftime shows. Support of the Panthers extends into basketball as the select pep band provides entertain- ment and unites cheering efforts. Later in the year, the symphonic and concert bands produce high quality musical performances. 'St ww- -'J 1' e JW? Mya' i'w,::1 , hi 'I 1 A 1 l Girls' Concert Choir Bottom Flow IL to Rl: Dori O'Neill, Jennifa Klopovic, Pat Virginia, Carol Swaidner, Nancy Rose, Holly Hollmeyer, Micki Cipriani, Donna Hopton, Vicki Cipriani, Suzanne Madden, Mary Mayock, Cathy Witt, Dawn Steeves, Sandi Hender- shot, Mary Gephart, Laurie Dauchy, Ter Sirak, Diane Raggets, Diane Zuro. Row 2: Wilberta Hale, Marilyn Murg, Kay Rasmusen, Leslie D'Anna, Peg Fierle, Diane Fabig, Janie Cathcart, Joan Springer, Debbie Picciano, Marilou Apicello, Kay Fagan, Nancy Benedum, Janet Knowles, Sue Farkas, Laurie Potocnik, Sandy Hurwitch, Joan Force. Row 3: Geozgann Polunus, Georgene Kalapidis, Joan Reinwald, Stevie Monroe, Ginny Jakuben, Millie Lohri, Amy Hungerford, Denise lcke, Sue Carmitchel, Bev Bowers, Helen Talty, Judy Cain, Robin Stratton, Cory Lovsin, Debbie Harrison, Janet Taub, Linda Berglund, Kathy Anderson, Diana Oslberg. Row 4: Anita Siltans, Michele Pietro, Barb Stefanko. Denise Ferrell, Donna Woll, Cindy Otcasek, Deborah King, lrene Mulvinas. Carol Kinkelaar, Lynn Nevar, Beth Harris, Linda Reese, Alice Swartz, Pat Andrews, Trudy Oliver, Cathy Shilling, Sandy Gubanc, Sharon Setnik, Sandy Oblich, Marilyn Jaksic. Not Pictured: Gail Arnold, Cindy Barstow, Cheryl Broderick, Sue Burris, Nancy Keay, Leslie Kinsley, Par Kipp, Jolinda Laurencell, Linda Mustar, Georgiann Pace, Carla Haney, Ann Sietert, Flobin Steindler. on ' s W W '? V 4-, F. - " il C 122 Mixed Cholr Bottom Flow lL to RJ: Jayne Mlller, Gertude Friedberg, Jo Ann Fross, Llnda Kobal, Sherrle Chant, BIII Troop, Al Ulle, Bruce Biddle, Dwight Yoder, Linda Plavcan, Maria Plywacki, Annette Jakse, Michelle Kovezsdi, Jana Dreisbach, Debbie Hendershot. Row 2: Dava Herskowitz, Terry Burkholder, Jeanette Barber, Marcia Beason, Emily Hanak, Lynne Jersan, Tom Aquileno, Jim Vidrick, Steve Journey, Pat Doherty, Jessica Burrows, Peggy Wehrle, Frances Lazar, Karen Hillish, Judy Sustarsic. Row 3: Geralyn Grubac, Connie Orebaugh, Diane Lupo, Sue Schartetter, Tracy McCreight, Grace Johnson, Ernest Tiblash, Al Casey, Bob Knowles, Herb Klich, Terly Bosher, Howard Nelson, Rich Nagode, Bill Pasco, Nancy Reed, Julie Sutphin, Lori Lane, Ellie Stallings, Barb Cigoy. Row 4: Betty Keeler, Star Painter, Dee-Dee Thompson, Donna Salewski, Evelyn Nielsen, Sandy Nurml, Mary Ann Jankovich, Bill Walworth, David Gerling. John De Langis, Dan Shuman, Tim Miller, Jett Aultz, Rick Taylor, Dale Hoynacke, Wendy Mihoclk, Lynn Gesten, Gay Jerome, Penny Morse, Linda Gorlup. MIXED CHOIR Each voice, each note adds to the total sound of a choir. Accomplishing perfection in harmony and expression requires repetitious practice and a patient, dedicated director. Concerts throughout the year provide both a goal for the choral singer and evenings of enjoyment for the audiences. 123 CHORAL MASTERS Choral Masters soon become accustomed to the hectic schedule of rehearsing programs, com- pleting formals and planning parties and ban- quets. Open competition determines membership in the large choir which performs at district and state contests and the annual Christmas and Spring concerts. The combination of talented singers and daily practices produces outstanding harmony and sound. Choral Masters Bottom Row fL to R25 Becky Mann, Jeannie Lokar, Pat Reese, Sue Debly, Paula Gulick, Debbie Berndt, Nancy Jarchow, Denise Rees, Marlene Marko, Ca wood, Eileen Hanna, Frank Camloh, Greg Lawrence, George Ruszin, Dennis Viney, Denise Capretta, Carol Bures, Debbie Galloway. Row 3: Karen Frank, Debbie Hudak, Fagan, Dave Lewis, Joe Vidulich, Norm McLeod, Forrest Ross, Nancy Kadunc, Karen Mueller, Karen lcke, Lynda Buchholz, Row 4: Pat Kinkler, Pam Newman, Karen Kiro, Dean Pasquale, Jett Rieder, Kurt Stanic, Dale Kardos, Wes Collins, Don Volante, Rich Gast. ," .0 Q in is Nas... Sarama, Barb Campana, Scott Krelci, Steve Williamson, Rock Hamilton, Jan rol Almgren, Willis Dreisbach. Row 2: Shirley Cook, Cathy Tabb, Annmarie Sher- Garry Dremel, Carolyn Rideout, Rita Zelinsky, Cindy Kershaw, Diana Fink, Jo Ann Sadler, Cindy Kelly, Ann Hanak, Gwenn Rupert, Donna Sweet, Jell Emerick, Marty Schwenke, Jean Klein, Barb Barbato, Debbie Warren, Michelle Angie Robers, Douglas Deviney, Don Seddon, Mark Rotar, Craig Hodakievic, Tavenier, Ken McCreight, Tom Cooper, Randy Sharon, Dave Demojzes, George Xxx x .. I te Q , X9 x 9? TT ' ,tl iq' we 4 S -4 Varsity Chorale Bollom Flow IL to RJ: George Mclntyre, Michael George, Skye Hurlburt, Janet Springer Bob Cater. Row 2: Craig Zola, Jean Acks, Diana Pietro, Lynn Kotnik. Row 3: Cherie Laser, Diane Nemeth Hellen Dougherty, Bob Bohinc. Row 4: Joe Parisi, Jim Stoch, Steve Phelan, Mike Roberts, Tom Kelley. VARSITY CHORALE Dedicated to producing excellent in- tonation and harmony, Varsity Choral- ers exemplify the attitude of the se- rious music student. This select group maintains its reputation through con- centration and cooperative practice. Twenty singers in trim blue blazers join their talents to perfect a unique sound. Experience and enthusiasm permit experiments in combination, arrangement, and blend. 125 CAST: SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS CAST: SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS DEANIE LOOMIS BUD STAMPER .. MRS. LOOMIS . . . DEL LOOMIS . . ACE STAMPER .. MRS. STAMPER . GINNYSTAMPER MISS METCALF . KA Y ........... JUNE ...... JUANITA . . . TOOTS .... RUSTY ........ GLENN ........ ARNOLD ROSS.. DOCSIWILEY ... ANGELINA ..... ..........lVlarilyn Bauer . .... Steve Phelan . .... Cheryl Laser ....Gary Dremel . ... Dave Reinhart ......SueSoeder Melinda Baldini Debbie Galloway . . . Marilyn Haynes ....Debbie King ... Lynn Allchin .. . .Bob Taub . . . Keith Dale .. ...... Bill Grant . . . . . Kevin Kehres .....DaveIVIeyer Helen Dougherty JOHNNY MASTERSON ...... Bill Schmidt DOCTOR JUDD ........... Wayne Zachary P' -'5 .5 fs?" va z be - .:':'vs Haifa 9. , , R". 1 ff CAST: THE MIRACLE WORKER CAST: THE MIRACLE WORKER A DOCTOR ............... Daniel Penny KA TE ..... .... IVI ichelle lVlueller KELLER .. ..... David Reinhardt HELEN . . . .... Linda Brodhacker MARTHA .... ........ P eg Fierle PERCY ...... .... K evin Kehres AUNT EV ... .... Rita Zelinsky JAMES .......... ....... B ob Taub ANAGNOS .............. William Schmidt ANNIE SULLIVAN ........ Skye Hurlburt VINEY ................ Helen Dougherty BLIND GIRLS ......... Terri Brown, Joan .n0"""' Um Q., Force, Sherri Hagberg, Cathy Humphery, Pamela lVlahany PLA YS Simple scenery on nearly bare stages challenges the actresses and actors to convey their emotions directly to engrossed audiences. The presentation of two well-known plays, Splendor in the Grass and The Miracle Worker, brought the plays' viewers into direct contact with highly emotional life- dramas. The young thespians accurately portrayed the internal and external struggles present within the plays and established their parallel themes of parent-child relationships and the opening of closed minds. Senior lnductees NATIONAL HONCR SOCIETY Scholarship, leadership, character and service constitute the four areas in which prospective inductees are evalu- ated. Compiled ratings from all the applicants' teachers determine the main basis for the highly competetive selection. The solemn induction brings realization to the student of his se- lected status as a member of the National Honor Society. Bottom Row KL to Fiji Jean Acks, Cindy Anderson, Debby Tinker, Laurie Kozar, Karen Rider, Judy Gansen, Becky Mann, Ann Hanak, Patricia Volota, Candy Obreza, Nancy Zonar. Row 2: Donna Yeray, Joan Palguta, Jan Bahr, Beth Climo, Jill Battung, Betty Keeler, Nancy Kadunc, Diane Dunbar, Marcia Wallace, Diane Denison, Claudia Orehek, Barb Walland, Joyce Hafler, Lynn Kotnik. Row 3: Marsha Baker, Mary Dienes, Debbie Bohanon, Gail Theus, Barb Jerele, Karen Vahcic, Lynn Brooks, Pat Barkhurst, Lynn Hall, Jan Pawlechko, Heidi Nitsch, Marian Hodder. Row 4: Rick Cozart, Jim Hinde, Jim Nosse, Al Neneth, Keith Kern, Mark Mamrack. Flow 5: David Templeton, Bob Verner, Terry Karda, Larry Bole, Rick Nemecek, Bob Friedel, Rick Punzar, Gary Grum, Wayne Zachary, James Bambam, Frederick Arnold. Not Pictured: Kathy Bolon, Peg Carlson, Wes Collins, Shirley Cook, Antoinette DiSanto, Harriet Eglin, Sue Fike, Karen Frank, Rita Halsey, Marilyn Haynes, Kathy Horvat, Linda Hyle, Laura Jewett, Craig Johnson, Jay Kitsos, Sue Latch, David Lewis, Connie Lytle, Ellen Mikovich, Mary Mog, Sue Nesbett, Sue Pales, Patricia Pavis, Jeff Rieder, Julie Saiewski, Kathy Shaughnessy, Marilyn Siders, Kurt Stanic, Linda Stewart, Janice Swan- hart, Wilfred Tabb, Linda Tober, Rita Waterwash, Sue Weinke, William Wendorff, Cynthia Wutchiett, Sally Yozipovich. 128 NATIONAL HONOQQCIETY Senior Members Bottom How fL to Rl: Carol Price, Secretary, Diana Pietro, Ann Rollk, Pam Mahany, Cindy Paparizos, Ellen Davis Row 2: Janet Mahusky, Jane Decatur, Kitty Flibar, Debbie Galloway, Lori Flugle, Nancy Amacher, Kathy Flandall. Row 3: Fat Reese, Nancy Jarchow, Jenny Grabltz, Barb Gordos, Alvera Vargo, Cindy Kershaw Machiko Tokunaga, Steve Pred, Kathy Netschke, Mike Debevec, Flow 4: Tom Coilura, Dennis McBride, Marie Meehan, Marilyn Ward, Joan Henderson, Jean Klein, Ally Trommetter, Karen Wade, Sue Morris, Bill Huffman. Flow 5: Bill Brigden, Vice-Presidentg Richard Tuckerman, George Karlan, Presidentg Flita Zelinsky. Jim Stoch. Steve Phelan, Dan Zawack, Treasurer: John Blassingame, Jett Fagan, Joe Parisi, Louis Chos, Doug Alecci. NATIONAL NOR 1 Q' L A J. 7' ' is N N N 1 l ,- vw .f 1.3 ,S A A ' I -, . I , ,sf x., L as C 4 , .: ,. . 1 Junlor Inductees Bottom Row IL to Rl: Leslie Flohr, Sue Knox, Terry Levine, Marilyn Hribar, Peggy Wehrle, Chris Mistretta, Kathy Erdel- sky, Tim Cheadle, Karen Hilbish. Row 2: Mary Jo Lipovec, Kathy Chambers, Chris Gaydos, Debbie Opalk, Bonnie Bubler, Trauty Grau, Becky Rohrer, Robin Cochran, Sue Raggets, Debbie Miller. Row 3: Kathy Lludahl, Cathy Tabb, Marla Goodman, Ellen Gerl, Joan Lewis. Pat Thompson, Beth Blewitt, Peg Strok, Marilyn Winters, Lenore Pe rovshek, Carol Flainovich, Eileen Hanna. Row 4: Joan Bensing, Judy Kozlowski, David Onions, Kim Somers, Mike Balale, Marshal Harcher, David Fanney, Sue Gordos, Els Meertens. Flow 5: Jim Winsor, lan Glass, John Lonchar, David Critchlield, Floy Baumeister, Mike Higaki, Jim Barrick, Augie Kehn, Ron Lyman, 129 - INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL Induction into International Quill and Scroll acknowledges the many hours spent by aspiring journalists to pro- duce the three school publications. Members of Euclidfan, Survey and Eucuyo staffs receive pins which honor their abilities and perserver- ance, and a monthly l.O.S. newspaper. Eucuyo l.Q.S. IL to Rl: Betty Keeler, Rita Zelinsky, Barb Gates, Nancy Amacher, Jane Bucknot, Bill Schmidt. Euclidian Editorial l.Q,S. Seated IL lo RI: Janet Crone, Ellen Davis, Barb Takiguchi, Carol Price, Peggy Wehrle. Row 2: Beth Blewitt Barb Cigoy, Heidi Nitsch, Joan Bensing, Sue Knox, Jane Decatur, Trauty Grau. Flow 3: Mike Debevec, Alice Kreit, Judy Kozlowski, Mar sha Baker, Kim Somers, Debbie Opalk, Marilyn Winters, Bill Brigden. 130 Survey l.O.S. IL to FU: Karen Doak, Carol Flainovich, Jim Toth. Row 2: Sandy Shenk, Sue Morris, Ev Oliverio, Judi Stross, Mary Jo Lipovec, Peggy La Barbara. Row 3: Patricia Volota, Pat Barkhurst, Michelle Aaronson, Marie Meehan, Barb Gordos, Kitty Flibar, Jan Pawlechko. Row 4: Karen Shriver, Pam volota, Pat Davis, Darryl McGill, Bruce Taylor, Phil Morlock, Sharon Wolt, Jack Obreza. Euclidian Business I.Q.S. IL to Rl: Katie Shaughnessy, Becky Mann, Kathy Rider. Row 2: Lynne Jersan, Debby Tinker, Ellen Milrovich, Karen Fiider, Chris Gaydos, Nancy Borsch. Row 3: Karen Wade, Kathe Tancredi, Debbie Rash, Marilyn Dvornik, Bev Beckert, Sue Milavec, Andy Newman, Sue Dritz. Not Pictured: Pam Mahany. 131 'mmf .af S 5 yy, . l SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF The Business Staff provides the financial base necessary to operate the Survey. A subscription drive, held at the beginning of the year, and advertisements sold to local merchants help meet costs. Rapid distribution of a quality newspaper demonstrates Business Staff's continuing success. xl um 5 -fm 1' avr V -f vm., V69 '?aav.u2vvQ Survey Business Staff Bottom How IL to R2: Karen Doak, Marilyn Hribar, Pat Volota. Cheryl Glubish, Pat Pavis, Joyce Wayner. How 2 Mr. Mize, Janet Plovock, Jan Ivansek, Anne Marie Ryavec, Janet Wayner, Karen Madeja, Paul Imm. Not Pictured: Georgette Kapa ric, Pam Volota, Jan Swanhart, Karen Shriver, Phil Morlock, Rick Shirk. I N. r , . 133 Sue Morris, Assistant Editor. Marie Meehan, Assistant Editor. Survey Editorial Staff Bottom Row lL to Rl: Carol Rainovich, Barb Gordos, Marcia Wallace, Gerry Palmer, Mr. Granville Smith, Advisor. Row 2: Karen Shriver, Marie Meehan, Judi Stross, Mary Jo Lipovec, Evie Oliverio, Peggy La Barbera, Pat Barkhurst. Row 3: Kitty Ribar, Steve Phelan. Row 4: Bruce Taylor, Flandy Snyder, Robin Cochran, Sandy Shenk, Michelle Aaronson, Jack O'Breza, Darryl McGill. S11 f Y-2 X 134 Q .2 g we Q A, , W. ,.. '-' " !f , lug 'N Y .. Y 1,- 13-fi . -9? . ..-, -yu gj 1 . 3 I ...J ,Q -t it ..1. -1 kv . 3, rv--1-L if Barb Gordos, Head Editor. ,ffl -'P ....-... t .,,,.,. ,.T,., ,M ,. ,.:V4.a,.5 ' 1 - .. - . .-fl. 45 5-.. T 1 -.:'tv-if-f'f"f?5:xl 'ff-"izf: Sponsor lL lo RJ: Mr. Granville Smith. SURVEY EDITORIAL Journalism, graphic arts and art com- bine efforts to produce the biweekly newspaper. After interviewing, photo- graphing and researching, staff mem- bers industriously fit their stories into limited spaces banked with appropri- ate captions and headlines. Deadline made, and the paper printed, they eagerly await student reaction. The conscientious work of the Survey staff members has resulted in ex- cellence unsurpassed throughout the nation as witnessed by their "All- American" rating. Euclidian Business Staff Bottom Flow IL to R15 Marilyn Dvornik, Lynne Jersan. Row 2: Joann Albert, Janice Hocevar, Darlene Franks. Back from a sales trip. 4- , 'Q' ...J- l - 1 ' l l 54 if 2 5 " 2 l l 1 E 5 i ,L--4' s f- of , y l l Eli 4 -Jil r 1 K : . 3 "'-y--g..,.. i e - ' ig X711 mc 52 :nm an gm 5, .SN 23 30: rm Q 9.59 ND -Q cn C CD U :. F7 ,W -wu- yes- X x xx., Wiv- Si -iw ,- 1 ' I -i-L, ,, , "' ' X S ---. fBottom to Top!! Ellen Mikovick, Kathy Rider, Jan Gustetic, xv- x 5s Q-A 136 "We're splitting the money." ,WWW i SQ S C .il 't fe , , H, I f If VO.. l l Euclldian Business Stall fBo!lom to Topj: Debbie Tinker, Kathy Netschke, Sue Milavec, Andy Newman, EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF EUCLIDIAN Business Staff members act as public relations managers, ac- countants and salesmen for the year- book. Work begins in the fall when a sales campaign is launched and con- tinues until spring when the com- pleted books are distributed. During the interim months, members ap- proach merchants in the vicinity and encourage them to buy advertising space. The business staff shares the satisfaction of helping produce a book which it successfully finances. Euclidian Business Staff IL to RJ: Pamela Mahany, Marcia Boyce, Nancy Borsch, Chris Gaydos, Kathe Tancredi, Bev Beckert, Debbie Rash. X97 NdhnQm4 ...Q- 9' 3 -Q--ali' ,..i- Z' L l lllllllllll Rx M EUCLIDIAN i ' uni 1 ' .-A15 17' QIQPVA k I2 U M ,Z 4 ' ' Q Art Staff IL t0 FUI Heidi Nilschi Editor: Barb Cigoy, Trauty Grau. Chris Fleece, Identification Stan' Bottom Row IL ro Fllf Marsha Baker, Row 2: Debbie Opalk, Jane Decatur, Senior Editorg Peggy Wehrle, Carol Price, Editor. Row 3: Marilyn Winters. Photo Staff Bottom Flow IL to Rl: Jean Lokar. Flow 2: Kim Somers, Bill Rice, Alice Kreit, Flow 3: Sue Knox, Ellen Davis, Photo Editor: Bert Gold, Bill Brigden, Head Photographer. It ,-Q. , -A '1n't- AND FOl.i 138 ,,,,.'-'-' ' : l 1 . 6 j t , , - I ' W N f X 'I . rl 9 5 K- gviiai Y my I ' 5 , ,' f 3 fl' . ,, l I l i y :- Inf - 7, -,-V I -. 1 jc. ' QQ, - , .. Q, n F ra w , 2. ' I .. ' "a- 4 'V ' :f"""1, Q gf . iw V '-I X' I i 6 : 71 .1, I U M A ' i Editors IL to Rl: Mike Debevec, Jane Decatur, Carol Price, Bill Brigden, Editor-in-chiefg Barb Takigu Copy Staff fL to FU: Mike Debevec, Edilorg Kathy Randall, Bobbie Dill, Cindy Paparizos, Beth Blewitt, Joan Bensing. chi, Ellen Davis, Heidi Nitsch. Sponsors fL to Rl: Mr. Robert Hall. Mr, Gerald Henderson if ,I W' -J 139 X H' if-Am Q. 1.--Q-...f ':-:-r-- -N i ' Q' nv- - 1 5 I ! , A 1 ' f 'Tl 1 .2 . l" 1: 451 cg ' I 4 I ' , 'itll--. -- 4,,..:.,-A ,ff 1 Q l 1 s X lVlomentariIy stunned By the schooI's immensity, Released into a mass of strangers, The underclassmen grope for an Identity As a class, Rather than as individuals. With others, Yet not together, They wander, Find new acquaintances And develop distinct personalities As familiarity increases, Untouched by problems Of the future, They remain caught up In the joy of the present And unconcerned about- Tomorrow. "Cheese" Mr, Brown Bottom How IL to Rl: Deb Bolon, Marie Brinko, Carol Bokal, Lois Brace, Brenda SOPHOMORES Flender, Terri Branca, Anna Boreaxe, Row 2: Barb Bowins, Laura Eaton, Carol Braidich, Bev Bowers, Pat Bozak, Karen Bosher, Bonnie Betts. Row 3: Terry Bosher, Kevin Brain, Barb Bolden, Dennis Brady, Roger Braun, Nick Bohr. Row 4: Dennis Blattau, Cynthia Brizes, Dirk Booms, Carl Bork, Henry Boczek, Eric Bowes, Robert Blazunas, Art Brewer. Not Pictured: Kathy Bowers, Colleen Boyle. Mr. Davison Bottom Row KL to Rl: Kathryn Deere, Laura Dauchy, Debra Cutshall, Dale Decker, Mark Daniels, Robert Burris. Row 2: Jellrey Davis, John Daubenspeck, Mariaelena Cuevas, Kathleen Deminico, Adelaide Crnko, Patricia Dalton, Margaret Cox. Row 3: Diane Deming, John Cunat, Beth Cunningham, Colleen Fierle, Leslie D'Anna, Kim Curtis, Marilyn Cup. Row 4: Daniel De Michele, Thomas Dereska, Steve Deemer, Peter Cowan, Joseph Dereska, Alan Cox, Bill Densmore. Not Pictured: Kenneth Cvetic, David Davies. ' Kafka i 144 Miss Carmody Bottom Row fL to FU: Pam Citranic, Paula Cirino, Micki Ciprian, Vicki Cipriani, Debbie Cheich, Maxine Chezanoll, Eric Coopers, Flick Chrzanowski. Row 2: Connie Colt, Dave Cilranic, Russ Coddington, Hal Clark, Dale Cesen, John Ciomek, Dave Colosi, Mike Delehanty. Row 3: Curt Ciprian, Sharon Cheraso, Jim Chiotolo, John Coppers, Jerry Collins, Carl Chiotolo, Dennis Bereslecki Row 4: Glenn Cline, Jell Conyers, Fiick Chase, Joseph Colantonio, Dale Cigoy, Larry Drozin, John Colley. Not Pictured. Debra Corbett, Veckie Chiodo, Jett Clarke. .,kW Miss Buck Bottom Row IL to RJ: Janie Cathcarl, Elaine Bronaka, Mary Cetarelti, Judy Ayers, Diane Cairns, Mike Bruening. Row 2: Sue Carmltchel, Melissa Carmany, Diane Carlson, Lynn Budnar, Jackie Callahan, Joanne Cenla. Row 3: Alan Casey, Cheryl Broderick, Judy Cain, Sue Burris, Gail Bulick, Debbie Caldrone, Ken Bruce. Row 4: John Brothers, Dennis Fioritti, Brent Buckley, Larry Caine, David Brodowski, Colleen Carroll. Miss Araca Bottom Row IL to FU: John Akiba, Charlotte Abraham, Debbie Alexander, Sue Allsip, Marilou Aplcello, Bruce Balec, Rick Bacon. Row 2: Pat Andrews, Gail Aulmuth, Nancy Artz, Gail Arnold, Gary Abbey, Gerry Allchin, Debbie Auldridge, Diane Auldridge. Row 3: Nancy Anderson, Kathy Anderson, Charlotte Amato, Michelle Dobray, Glen Austin, Bob Baker, Flich Aquilano. Tony Banas. Row 4: Mary Balasko, Anne Adams, Cindy Barbish, Fich Albanese, Richard Balian, Kirk Bailey, Mike Andrulis, Dan Balash, Jett Aultz. Not Pictured: Lynn Allchin, s, 4 - l"'X 1521 lal2'5"f.ig4I , l , i ' l l . X SOPHCMORES i v 'I f Mr, Harding Bottom Row fL to FU: Jeanette Haney, Debbie Harbst, Terry Hall, Debbie Hancovsky, Amy Griffith, Beth Grum, Charles Grieshammer, Arthur Hare. Flow 2: Wilberta Hale, Sandy Gubanc, Diane Gugliotta, Tom Hagen, Glen Hach, Frank Gromley, John Grillo. Row 3: Nancy Hanlon, Tom Grilfis, John Gustelic, John Harps, Rich Gusky, Rich Grycan. Row 4: Dave Hanson, David Hansen, Mark Groudle, Stan Gusletic, Eric Grimsic, Rich Gydosh. Mrs. Gales Bollom Row IL lo Rl: Colleen Flanagan, Margaurite Ficere, Denise Ferrell, Nancy Foley, Donna Bosher, Jean Foster. Joan Cathy Ferris, Regina Fulcomer. Flow 2: Ken Friedel, Ron Ferrato, Roberta Fillik, Peggy Fierle, Sarah Block, Laura Fondran, Linda Robin Fisher. Row 3: Mark Fuerst, Dean Fennell, Judy Fulton, Joan Fields, Michael Frimel, Marilyn Fisher, Chuck Foster. Row 4. Fox, Edward Fisher, Richard Filsinger, Kurt Frey, Sandee Frohlich, Robert Foster, David Fisher, Judy Fierle. Not Pictured: Bruce Joseph Frankovich, Anthony Fuerst. Force, Frank, Terry Flnan, 146 rw 1 'fx f Mr. Gall Bottom Row KL to Rl: Denise Glick, Vickie Gephart, Mary Gephart, Roseanne Garubo, Sue Glick, Bob Gerbetz, Row 2' Jeanne Gray, Liz Graf, Jackie Grasgreen. Joann Genelius, Vivian Goertz, Paul Graham. Row 3: Diane Gornik, Nancy Gasser, Janet Gates, Cheryl Grega, Denise Gast, Mark Glinskl. Row 4: Charles Grenig, Frank Glicker, Derek Gorg, Noah lafigliola, Bill Gabriel, Curt Gast. Not Pictured: Richard Gallaher, Martin Garrity, Barb Girimont, Laurel Galpin. Mr. Fowler Bottom Row IL to Rl: Diane Fabig, Eileen Dunlap, Ellen Falcone, Arlene Barbato, Robert Eckerman, Pamela Fassinger, Katherine Farrill, Diane Faust. Flow 2: Cynthia Elmore, Kurt Engel, Deral Euretig, Doris Dunbar, Sheila Felder, Joanna Faragov, Debbie Bosher, Kay Fagan. Row 3: Laurie Dutko, Warren Evans, Charlene Erzen, John Farizel, Stephen Fasuk, Charles Elrod, Virginia Duty, Arline Fawcett, Row 4: Janet Fain, Susan Farkas, Robert Dunker, Jon Durichko, Dennis Erickson, Marc Felder, Jeanne Dutrow, William Emerick. s F ll l, i X, ,x- 147 vs. N ,v .M ,, ts ,. N. .Q Mr. Hively Bottom Row KL to RJ: Janice Matko, Mary Mcauley, Helen Marton, Marilyn Mayka, Marla Mazar, Mary Mayock. Row 2: Denise Marion, Donald Mannarino, Kathy Mason, Craig McDonough, Sandy Malovac. Flow 3: Kathy Marikis, Tom Major, Ty McCunn, Dave McKibben, Larry McFadden, Ron Martucci. Row 4. Tom McArthur, Flick Maynard, Mike Maxwell, Bruce Makse, Nick Marino, Gary McClave, Mike Marolt. Not Pictured: Suzanne Madden, Pete Markovich. K ef , if jf! ...- fi'! if ,, LH if 't You're taking advantage of my sunny disposition." Mrs. Hoeger Bottom Flow KL to Rl: Eileen Hoge, Sandra Hendershot, Holly Hollmeyer, Donna Hopton, Eunice Kitterer, Sandi Holmes. Row 2: Debbie Harrison, Cathy Hill, Beth Harris, Pat Hazlett, Deb Henderson, Terri Harrison, Lisa Hendershot. Flow 3: Eric Hauge, Karl Henson, Bill Hayden, Tom Helm, Ken Howe, Row 4- Fred Herntz. Bob Herrick, Louis Hille, Alan Hitchcox, Jane Hospodar, Nancy Holloman, Robert Havreberg. Not Pictured: Tom Hertz, Pam Hobe, Vicki Hollis, Craig Hoover, James Howell. .pu qos . F, ,7 xv x O W ? n 55 , ' 148 Mr. Judge Bottom Row IL to Rl: Linda Jancigar, Cathy Humphrey, Annette Jakse, Sandy Hurwitch. Lorelyn Hudec, How 2: Sharon Humpel, Ginny Jakuben, Amy Hungerford, Bonnie Jaros, Frank Jeric, Denise lcke. Flow 3: Tom Hrivnak, Jenniier Jones, Lynne Hraster, James Hraster, Marilyn Jaksic, Jerry James. Row 4: Bill Janes, Dave Hunnell, Carl Iannicca, Chris Hukwicz, Tom Jeran, Dave Jarchow. Row 5: Mark Jochum, Ken Jones, Bernie Kozlowski, Richard Johnson, Harry Johnson, Doug Jones. Not Pictured: Colleen Hull, Tony Jndiano. -i l Miss Lokar Bottom Flow IL to Ri Toni Kavon, Ava Kaplowrtz, Renee Karich, Susan Kardell Row 2 Lynn Jones, Luanne Hocevar. Georgene Kalapodis, Stexe Kaselak Row 3 Carolann Kahn Mar- garet Juratovac, Ruta Juddikis. Nancy Keay Row 4 Terry Kemerer, Kevin Keough, Raymond Kekelis, Joseph Keyes Row 5 Fred Karaba, Keith Kempke, Kevin Kehres. Marc Kellner. Row 6 Robert Jost, Martin Kearns, Albert Julian, Stexen Journey. No! Pictured: Richard Karr. -L Miss Lellis Bottom Row IL to Rl: Colleen Mullenix, Stevynne Monroe, Marsha Mramor, Carol Napp, Darrell Nagy, Row 2: lrene Mulvinas, Linda Mustar, Cindy Motika, Jean Mullally, Marilyn Murg, Susan Milligan. Row 3A Richard Nagode, James Naderer, Joe Munici, Peter McNeill, Sharon Morel, Patricia Moore. Row 4: Dale Neurohr, Dennis Moore, Charles Murphy, Stephen Mullen, Kenneth Monsman, James Naro, Marilyn Myslinski. aa ,A 1 C 0 0 IDU an S . L Q W... -W ty Q 1 ,til g,.MlM,,x,, ' ' 'Q an nv: wx 4 N 5 - I , 0,0 0 2 xxx xxsiix sf-xxx! N x Y' 149 ,D . I A-Q 4? 'kk VA Y ' I? i n ' 0 1 t '-f- 'l, 5 L .9 E nv 'Y is luv... A Cui A al Mrs. Lucas Bottom Row IL to Rl: Michael Lamont, Cathy La Vorgna, Carole Lang, Diane Laurence, Pauline Lawson. Debbie Leland, Audey Lemke Row 2: Sue Leasure, Kim Lernmo, Shelly Lane. Jolinda Laurencell, Janice Lesinsky, Jeff Legan. Row 3: Nancy Laser, Pat Lapuh, Lau.J Leach, Ginny Kumel, Cindi Laseak, Linda Lewis, Betty Lemieux. Row 4: Melanie Kuklica, Ken Kesko, Wayne Ketchum, Ter- rence Lampert, Russell Kucinski, Ken Lewis, John Lesinsky. Not Pictured: Maryellen Lee. Mr. Manspeaker Bottom Row lL to FU' Diane Ostberg, Dori O'NeiII, Debbie Nun- gesser, Patti Noll Row 2' Sandy Oblich, Kathi Oberstar, David Nolon, Fred Owen, Bob Orlando Row 3 Trudy Oliver, Nancy Newman, Alice Novotny, Diane Nass, Cindy Otcasek, Dave Noll. Row 4. Dan Novinc, Jim Otlowski, Howard Nelson, Jim Novakovich, Lynn Nexar, George Newton, Gordon Netschke, Nol Pictured: Patti Pellam, Carol Ormston. 150 Sophomore Forum Mr, Reno Bollom Flow KL to Rl, Mark Pecnik, Cindy Pausic, Jean Pedone. Anna Flutto, Georgiann Pace. Row 2: Laura Palumbo, Pam Parsons, Marilyn Perovshek, Cheri Pena, Date Petscher, Row 3 Valerie Petrovic, Debby Pestotnik, Flandi Palenschat, Mike Perlic, William Michal, Peter Pecsok Row 4: Leslie Aallante, Bill Pasco, John Paul, Chris Payer, David Perrotti, Bob Pavlovich, John Paria. Noi Pictured: Joe Panichi. k A Q 1 a XXX' ' X, AW fM'.f1,- 3 SM ' Mr. Hobuck Bottom Row KL to FU: Laurie Potocnik, Linda Pietro, Debbie Picciano, l ! Frances Popiolek, Jill Potter, Bernard Phillips. Row 2: Georgann Polunus, Joanne Poch, l Jackie Porgrais, Mike Potts, Cathy Poulin, Tamra Podriznik. Row 3, Mark Phillips, Craig . Prentice, Diane Phillips. Sue Picozzi, Jim Ptatt, lrene Ponsart. Row 4: Jim Piet, Tomt i Plut, Jim Phillips, William Meo, Jack Poshe, Michele Pietro. j V SOPHCMORES Mr. Pawlowski Bottom Row CL to Fll: Sue McLaren, Sandy Miller, Becky Minis, Chris Mehler, Pam Merritt. Row 2: Sharon Michos. Nancy Malaney, Marlene Mirtic, Marilyn Mitch, Carol Molinaro. Row 3: Lou Ann Mishic, Janis Mobbs, Tom Measles, Paul Mohorich. Sue Nledves. Bob Mikanovich. Row 4: Joe Miller, Mark McKiernan, Tim Miller, Andy McFlainey, Paul Mistretta, Pat McRedmond. Not Pictured, Shelly Miles, Tony Miklavcic, Elaine Mog. S H 4.5. pa. ev ,ix 1, ' , ,--N ,Q .L I. 151 i 1 i Mrs. Service Bottom Row KL to Rl: Nick Halos, Mary Lown, Nancy Liubi, Corinne Lovsin, Francine Lopez, Margaret Logar. Row 2: Barbarra Lisko, Elizabeth Kmett, Jean Luksic, Mildred Lohri, Victor Luzar. Row 3: Joe Lovano, Pamela Liddy, Ken Lipstreuer, Donald Lustrik, Bruce Lombardi, Valerie Love, Flonald Holcombe, Row 4: Bill Luikart, Pat Lombardo, Philip Lovka, Joseph Grzincic, Robert Lowry, Michael Lunder, Kinner Lovejoy Not Pictured: Vincent Lisuzzo, Mr, Sawyer Bottom Row IL to Rl: Cheryl Saletel, Diane Schneider, Christine Schultz, James Scott, Susanne Schoval, Mary Schllero. Row 2: Probert Sanford, Darlene Voracheck, Paul Schonauer, Kim Scahidi, Cheryl Schocnecker, Lynn Scaflidi, Row 3: Joseph Savoca, Jamie Savarin, Linda Sanborn, Charles Schmidt, Jess Saba, Neil Schafler. Flow 4: Stephen Schlam, David Schmid, Ronald Sandiler, Steven Schade, Stephen Sarka, Augie Schill, Nol Pictured: Karen Sbrocco, Mary Ellen Schal1er, Linda Saplak, Lauren Salisbury, Sharon Schultz. Q i 11' X '-L4 152 Mrs. Flosewater Bottom Row IL to FU: Rosemary Blankenship, Niki Anagost, Judy Basa, Denise Blalnik, Linda Berglund, Joyce Ensminger, Fred Bessel. Row 2: John Benda, Linda Beadle, Cynthia Ba stow. Sal Dottore, Nancy Benedum, Alice Benko, Tom Benes. Row 3: Karen Belarich, Linda Bezik, Judy Baur, Cindy Bell, Robert Beck, Dennis Bervenuto, Tom Blatsos. Row 4: Mike Bergman, Bruce Biddle, Mike Ben- nett, Jim Bauer, Tom Buckland, Doug Barnes, Doug Barry. Flow 5: Joe Beranek, Jefi Berzin, Tom Blatsos, Brian Batista, Glen Benedict, Tom Bauer, Keith Berlan. Not Pictured: Janice Berry, Greg Beaumont. SOPHOMORES Mrs. Potaro Bottom Row lL to FU: Diane Raggets, Joan Reinwald, Carla Raney, Lynn Radabaugh, Gayle Primoznik, Sue Rechnitzer. Row 2: Debbie Prevsk, Cheryl Radatz, Gayle Reese, Cathy Morabito, Sue Price, Kay Rasmusen. Row 3: Ron Redfield, John Pressly, Gary Richter, Tom Reed, John Rascan. Row 4: Linda Reese, Scott Rice, Paul Prostor, Bob Puhger, Mark Resnik, Ken Reed, "Snicker, sniCker" va - ' ,Q v x., .iv 0 ' 'Z Q- Q,-f.-5 Q7 x Xl: l Q---.,, if .., I E, ': l 153 Mr. Fellague Bottom Ftow KL to Rl' Val Donavon, Dolores Donner, Paulette Discenzo, Jana Dreisbach, Debbie Dodge, Bonnie Diehl, Donna De Vita. Row 2: Bill Burke, Mark Doblekar, Julie Dougherty. Johann Di Tirro, Cindy Duiker, Sue Diezic, John Doganiero, Denise De Rocco, Row 3. Gayle Dezelon, Joseph Dominick, Don De Vita, Bill Doesburg, Dale De Wolle, Dan Ducca, Sheila Donnally, Mary Deljack, Row 4: Mr. Shuster Bottom Row IL to FU: Margaret Zmilewski, Joan Springer, Joanne Worting, Diane Zuro. How 2: Joanne Wun- derle, Janet Zaletel, Stephen Zupko, Stephen Wrenn. Flow 3: Steve Zimmerman, Rhonda Yedlick, Greg Zelinsky, Victor Yenc, Sarah Wright. Row 4: David Zivich, George Yadrich, Herbert Young, Susan Zentgraf, Cynthia Yanchar. Flow, 5: Kevin Woods, Edward Yapell, Joseph Zakraisek, Richard Zeman, Carol Ziemmer. Not Pictured: Dwight Yoder. Bob Dissauer, Dan Di Frances, Randy Doblar, Greg Drake, Jell Dole, Mike Drury, Rich Detor. Not Pictured Arden Donahoe, Diane Dt Lalla, Rich Bendure, Fred Fabert MIS, Stillman BOHOH1 ROW IL to Rt Pat Somrak. Denise Sobe, Linda Spears, Donna Stalleld, Diane Sorci Row 2. Leland Smerdel, Walt Stalzer, Glenda Spicer, Joyce Spino, Mary Sobole, Row 3' Joe Sojack, Don Sockloskie, Jack Smeltz, Rich Smith, Mike Seaman, David Spei. Row 4: Jerry Stachurski, Harvey Slussar, Bob Somrak, Dennis Smith, Lee Smith, John Valencic. Not Pictured: Greg Snyder, we n va in Mr. Supance Bottom Flow fL to RJ: Dawn Steeves, Robin Steindler, Carla Strunk, Catherine Subel, Robin Stratton. Row 2: Susan Stoner, Nancy Stamberger, Judy Stephan, Barbara Stetanko, Susan Strizzi. Row 3: Don Stiglic, Santina Stepanovich, Pat Sterling, Bridget Sullivan. Flow 4: Kathy Stlllwagon, Tomisina Stephon, Leo Stewart, Michael Summerhill, David Steinhauer. Row 5: Louise Stanton, Leo Stankewicz, Julia Staskunas, John Sterling, Hans Stylianou, John Stanek. Not Pictured: William Stephens, Richard Stillings, Tom Stupica, Robert Suttle. SOPHOMORES ,- ,f 5 Eiga Mr. Lowe Bottom Row KL lo Rl: Kathie Knack, Marybeth Keyes, Joyce Kikol, Gayle Kimberly, Jennila Klopovic, Joe Kimosh. Row 2: Mike Kotlar, Deborah King, Pat Kipp, Georgina Kovacich, Mary Kochevar, Julie Krall, Janet Knowles. Row 3: Norm Kramer, Charlene Koci, Donna Knausz, Leslie Kinsley, Kathleen Kocin, Michelle Kovezsdi, Darlene Klemencic. Row 4: John Krebs, Nick laligliola, Val Krebs, Carol Kinkelaar, Stan Kozel, Al Kidd, Maryann Kovacic, Georgianna Kohul, John Komar, Miss Szepessy Bottom Row KL lo FU: Susan Thaeter, Carol Swaidner, Janet Taub, Janine Taylor, Laurie Tanner, John Telich, Row 2: Alice Swartz, Mary Szabo, Laura Svigel, Sally Taylor, Dennis Thomas. Flow 3: Richard Taylor, Pat Sylte, Thea Syroka, Flicky Taylor, Mike Theil, Larry Swaney. Row 4: Jim Swanhart, Steve Thayer, Bob Sweigert, Michael Taddie, Eugene Theus, John Trebisky. Not Pictured: Alice Sweet, Helen Talty, Nancy Temple, Katherine Thomas, Veronica Thomas. wif "if Q 7 K .J ff on 155 .,....w on x L! x i , Miss Whieldon Bottom Row IL to Rl: Joe Valenti, Jim Vidrick, Gary Vehar, Debbie Vrh, Kathy Walahn, Pat Virginia. Row 2: Lucy Vasas, Vickie Wallace, Cathy Vojtek, Dan Walworth, Frank Vadnal, Mike Vernon. Row 3: Jack Wagner, Chris Waterman, Linda Valencic, Colleen Walsh, Barb, Vunderink, Janet Wallace. Row 4: Terry Volante, Mike Volpin, Ken Visoky, Cheryl Wagner, Tom Warder, Greg Vranekovic, John Vidmar. Not Pictured: Jan Warner. Mrs, Tombaugh Bottom Row IL to RJ, Christine Rupert, Nancy Rose, Mary Flush, Louise Melnick, Annemarie Ryavez, Row 2 Charles Rossi, Nerl Rozum, Marcia Richter, Taree Fiothrock, Katherine Roberts. Row 3' Susan Rose, Shirley Rogers, Maurice Flrtrovato, Martin Flichter, Carl Flohlke, Row 4: Mark McClelland, Joe Prnchot, Bob Morris, Leonard Rrdilla, Gail Roma Not Pictured: Daniel Rua. ,.. K.: if! Mr. Thompson Bottom Row IL to Rl: William Troop, Linda Thomas, Janet Ulle, Penny Tolchinsky. Row 2: Loretta Tobin, Bob Urbanic. Esther Vaccariello, Joan Toubman, Albert Ulle. Row 3: Laureen Trotto, Bonnie Urbancek, George Turopolac, Ron Thompson, Helen Tomsic. Row 4: John Thornburg, Ernest Tibjash, Mark Straub, Ken Toth, Gregory Tupa. Row 5: Jim Toth, Tony Tutolo, Sam Tomaselli, Jim Treanor, Don Tianello. Not Pictured: Kin Turner. r . l P I K lui f 156 r Q vi- 1 sf -ww. l 1. , Fifi f z, iff i J' i if, at -F ha - ' N l f S , X Ym,,!fp Af 2 l i ll ' X.-f A .JJ Mr, Starr Bottom Row fi. to HJ' Debbie Simpson, Anne Sleeper, Jean Shepard, Joanne gqlff Seidel, Row 2A Ann Sielert, Ed Simkins, Cathy Shilling, Sharon Satnrk Row 3 Bill Skupic, Gayle Sigal, Jackie Skeya, Pat Simeo, Nancy Shisila Flow 4 Barb Serbert. Steve Sirk, Chuck Sims, Anita Siltans, Frank Sherrow Row 5 Finch Sheppard, Dan Shuman, Johnnie Selwyn, Dan Skedel, AI Short, No! Plclured Terri Sirak, Marcia ix Sherman, Tim Skeen, "lt's amazing what you can do with a sticky nose." Mrs. Wiegand Bottom Row IL to Rl: Sheila Weber, Flosie Werdel, Cathy Witt, Carole Wrehn, Diane Whitney, Row 2 Ken Wells, Cindy Wendolowski, Donna Wolf, Jan Wilson, Ricky Williams, Row 3: Mark Whitcomb, Terry Wilbraham, Joyce Wicks, John Wendorfl, Jenna Whyte, John Welsh, Row 4: Lynn Weber,Louise Waterwash, Ben Whittaker, Kathy White, Georgene Werzer, Jeff Wolenski, Row 5: John Woll, Tom Weslee, Dan Williams, Ken Willeat, Scott Williamson. Nat Pictured: Adolph Stiltar, 157 1'2" ,. , G ga F lic 5 a gf, . W E. ,. ,O ,. Q? it Q J., JE? : og-,fr .rg ".: ff' Mr. Backos Bottom Row KL to Rl: Carol Almgren, Robin Austin, Mary Babudar, Shirley Adams. Row 2: Sue Abramczyk, Mary Ellen Balec, Louis Arke, Dawn Anderson, How 3: Carole Baer, Toby Del Giudice, Mary August, Michelle Aaronson. Row 4: Bob Ashley, Bud Allchin, Flalph Andrews, Mark Allison. Row 5: Scott Amos, Frank Azmen, Tom Anderson, Bob Adams. Row 6: Jim Ayers, Joe Dolenc, Jim Clouser, Bob Centa. Not Pictured: Kathy Ausec, Mike Balale, Jim Arko. JUNIORS r 'ffcx SJ ,. C -is r J ,M ,1 Mrs, Cipollo Bottom Row KL to FU: Cathy Force, Jill Fowle, JoAnn Fross, Gertrude Friedberg. Flow 2: Jim Fitzsimmons, Lisa Frances, Marilyn Ford,-Jere Foster. Row 3: Kathy Fox, Laura Foy, Carol Fier. Row 4: David Fidel, Linda Fitzmaurice, Flick Francis, alph Frey, Louise Francis. Row 5: Tim Fier, Bob Bohinc, Bob Adams, Jeff Bitker, Bill Francis. Not pictured: Mike Fitzgerald, Mr. Calvert Bottom Row IL to FU: Connie Barstow, Bev Beckert, Carol Drascek, Marcia Beason, Lynn Baldassarre. Row 2: Tim Bork, Diane Baron, Terry Beckwith, Marilyn Bauer, Valerie Barabas. Row 3: Tom Baron, Jim Benko, Barb Barbato, Joan Bensing, Jim Bauman, Gene Berarclinelli, Russ Balukin. How 4: Dave Bayko, Bob Barbish, Roy Baumeister, Joe Beluschak, Ron Barbish. Not Pictured: Joe Barrick. i 4 N..- ... Sp. ..,, S...-f Ar si gift: , zz!! 158 Mrs, Cowan Bottom Row IL to RJ: Sue Raggets, Debbie Rash, Laura Richards, Jane Raggets, Audrey Rast. Carol Rainovich, Marilyn Puz Row 2: Maureen Ray, Chris Richardson, Marie Rapkin, Judy Ratlitf, Denise Reese, Karl Reinbolt. Row 3. Rick Racich, lrene Parks, Kathy Rusnak, Tom Raymond, Nancy Reed, Debbie Reese, Dan Reingardl Row 4: Pam Reilly, Frances Reyrnander, Denise Riechman, Pam Rich- ards, Linda Rich, Gary Radatz, Dennis Riggs. Spit it out. Mr. Brown Boltom Row IL to RJ: Sherry Collister, Pam Clapp, Roger Cherne, Robin Cochran. Row 2 Seth Chazanoff, Mike Araps, Charles Clark, Ed Costello, John Clapacs. Row 3' Dave Cimperman, Joe Connelly, Terry Chubb, Sterling Child, John Clouser. Row 4: Robery Cigoy, Pat Coghill, John Churney, Jerry Coleman, Bill Corkin, Frank Cherney. Nor Pictured: Tim Cheadle, Bill Christensen, Barb Cigoy, John Chiololo, Robert Civic, Dave Cooney, Roger Eastabrooks. A- 4... A- Y n - J 5.2, ' ' ii- 159 i Y' .IUNI ORS ti l l ll' '1 Mr. Demora Bottom Row IL to RJ' Carol Bures, Sue Brezec, Linda Brodhacker, Cindy Brocone, Donna Brod, Dave Carlson, Row 2 Bonnie Bubley, Maureen Brueing, Sally Dadlow, Theresa Burkholder, Karen Brown, Bob Broos. Row 3: Ken Brickman, Alison Brown, Paul Britton, Clifl Burns, Lorraine Brooks, Norman Burke. Flow 4: Dennis Burkeholder, Flon Burge, Dave Bryant, Tom Bruson, AI Brewer, Dave Brown, Not Pictured: Betty Broos, Deborah Burris. Mr. Francetic Bottom Row IL to RJ: Angela Bartel, Grace Culp, Joann D'Amico, Barbara Cragle, Margaret Dawson. Flow 2: Marijean Brule, Patricia Devine, Kathy Cowper, Ann Curtis, Christine Davis, Janet Croaning. Row 3: Mark Dalic, Dean Culp, Steve Cutcher, Ron Crow, William Carlson, Robert Fohl, Row 4' Jack Cucanich, Arthur Dell, David Critchfield, Dale Davis, Jerry Davis, Anthony Debalak, Douglas De Viney. 160 ' f F r Q as Mr. Diehl Bottom Flow KL to Ri: Sherrie Chant, Debbie Campbell, Kathy Chambers, Barb Campania, Denise Capretta, Hazel Crowder. Row 2: Carmen Cali, Carol Celaratti, Steve Chaney, Jessica Burrows, Ty Carnes, Greg Carrish. Row 3: Bob Cater, Bob Cablow, Jim Calandra, Dave Carruthers, Mark Castel- letti, Garry Bice. Row 4: Jimmie Busser, Bill Busch, Tommie Finan, Jimmie Caldrone, Jeff Carter, Johnny Clark. Mr. Cox Bottom Row IL to RJ: Jan Vargo, Susan Urban, Lorl Vollman. Mary Vincil, Janet Wayner, Karen Stemac, Mr. Cox. Row 2:'Bonnie Van Coyen, Debbie Vilcheck, Deb Von Gunten, Chris Zak, Paula Ugrinic, Nancy Vuranch, Mary Udovic, Janet Volpe. Row 3: Gary Wassil, George Vinci, David Wagner, Tony Volpe, John Walsh, Darrel Uchbar. Row 4: Scott Winkleman, Robert Voase, Thomas Springer, Doug Van Korngut, Bruce Voll, Frank Volpe. Not Pictured: Lynn Valentino, Deb Warren, Leonore Wallace. Mr. Daugherty Bottom Row IL to RJ: Mary Lemmo, Terry Levine, Peggy Labarbera, Lori Lane. Karen Lesler. Row 2: Bob Lees, Carol Laukiavicn, Carol Kwasny, Liz Kurtovich, Robbie Mill, Jan Lewis. Row 3: Edward Lee, Greg Lawrence, Vince Gringa, Nancy Lauler, Diane Leskiewicz, Frances Lazer. Row 4: Tim Larkin, Joni Lapinskas, Joe Laszcz, Flick Kumel, Mike Leach, Jerry Kurowski, Gary Kubiez. Not Pictured: Annette Kuchling. 161 c fi , i Mr, George Bottom Flow KL to FU: Ed Hubish, Sherry Hrabak, Karen Hough, Pat Hoge, Sue Hrnyak. Row 2: Lenore Holland, Debbie Hudak, Joan Holloman, Mary Holloway, Hohs. Row 3: Dan Huston, Frank Hutchinson, J. P. Horna, Nancy Harper, Craig Hodakievic, Bill Bob Hopkins, Ed Husa, Frank Houser, Dale Hoynacke, Ken Hrovat, Not Pictured: Jerry Howell Victoria olden, Janice Hocevar. Mrs. Gale Bottom Row IL to Rl: Linda Generous, Linda Gorjup, Sally Gingell, Geraldine Graham, Clara Hartstein, Sandy Gonakis. Row 2: Bill Glrckman, Marla Goodman, Gary Gallagher, Sharon Gerblc, lrene Geletka, Cheryl Gockel, Row 3: Tim Gall, Sue Gordos, Ellen Gerl, Laurie Garisek, Janice Goske, Lynn Gesten, Bert Gold. Row 4: Brad Goebel, Ian Glass, Tim Garrett, Bob Gessner, Jim Getz, Dan Ger- betz, Mike George, Bill Gerl. V .IUNIORS Mr. Ganlm Bottom Row IL to FU: Grace Johnson, Sally Jost, Shirley Leone, Carolyn Jennison, Marge Jaros, Kathy Kane, Laura Kalves. Row 2 Bill Jakubs, Debbie Jaworski, Lynn Jersan, Mary Ann Jankovich, Gay Jerome, Pat Jamnik, Mike Jurtovac. Row 3: Carl Jonke. Jan Jurcak, Jim Kalamasz, Bay lvancic, Jan lvansek, Flandy Hyde. Row 4: Dee Jimison, Paul Imm, Ron Jedlicka, Todd Irvine, Dave Jokela, Lee Jalovec, Jim Kane. 1 1 1 1 i . aa... 'rlUIl -4? Q. a ri ' . W "4 H , , . ,.,, Mrs, Fuerst Bottom Row KL to RJ: Beth Blewitt, Janice Bocskey, Barb Bish, Geri Bergant, Barb 'fl d0n't know, W5 his umbrella Blank. Row 2: Marcia Boyce, Beth Bowles, Nancy Borsch, Louise Blatecky, Debbie Berendt, Janet Bessel. Row 3: Vince Borgione, Bob Berarducci, Mike Brady, Don Bone, Linda Bogel, Row 4: Dennis Bosher, Larry Bock, Keith Brady, Chris Biddle. No! Piclured: Jim Bodenschatz, Mr. GalickiBot1om Flow IL Io FU: Carol Hassel, Debbie Hepp, Karen Hilbish, Debbie Hendershot. Leslie Hannum. Row 2: Donna Haugh, Jeanne Hitchcox, Betty Hill, Linda Harps, Byron Hasegawa. Row 3: Jim Hlabse, Mike Higaki, Roger Hively, Marc Haver- lock, Denise Herris, Dale Hendy. Row 4: Mike Hieber, Marshall Hatcher, Bob Hill, Alan Herak, John Kenney, Tony Hlabse, Bernie Harchar. an -my l i J l 163 rr- , 1, 5'-xi Q35 ' 14,11 Miss Harris Bottom Row KL to Ri' Trauty Grau, Laurie Grilfith, Marie Giallanza, Ramona l-lace, Wendy Grodt Row 2. William Grida, Brian Hacker, Janice Grimm, Emily Hanak, Nancy Grillo, Barbara Hammar Flow 3 Eileen Hanna, Geralyn Grubac, Edward Granchi, Sandra Hanlon, Christine Griffith, Mary Ann Grdlnnc Row 4: Jesse Hamilton, Michael Grimes, Patrick Lynch, Charles Gronowski, Flonald Greenwald, Darrel Hanna Nor Pictured Michael Grdanc, Kathleen Grossman, Gerald Groudle, Paula Gulick, David Hansbrough Mr. Henderson Boltom Flow IL to Ri' George Mclntyre, Joyce Miklavic, Michelle McMullen, Renee Puz, Barbara McAuley, Deborah Meinke, John Melaragno Row 2 Therese McCreight, Ronnie McGill, Kevin Mayock, Wendy Mihocik, Joyce McC:ystaI. Vicki Mildner, Kathleen Meighan, Row 3' Allen McEwen, Gerard Mikus. Joanie McKee. Paul McCauley, Will McGreehan, Michael Mehling. Row 4: Richard Mendoza, Bruce McBrian, Daniel O'Neil, Timothy McKay, Dale Menart, Norman McLeod, Michael McFadden. Not Pictured: Richard Meden, Flonald Milavec. Mr. Kadlec Bottom Row IL to RJ: Debbie Sonnie, Pat Schober, Kathy Snyder, Donna Smrdel, Linette Sobe, Janet Springer, Susan Spencer. Row 2: Eloise Stallings, Linda Stetanow, Charmaine Smith, Bob Smolinski, Susan Speck, Janet Spiker, Donna Springob. Flow 3: John Snow, Roland Smith, Don Spiegel, Dennis Yert, Pam Stearns, Warren Smith, Row 4: Randy Snyder, Ellen Stanley, Ken Stewart, Henry Stankewicz, Kim Somers. Not Pictured: Margaret Smerdel, Bill Stearns. JUNI ORS 'xml p.. f '-1' vw ,J cr, -ee- Y-4' rl 1 ' . ' 1 Mr. Germock Bottom Row KL to RJ: Ed Kasteiic, Diana Lupo, Sue Luttier, Kathy Liudahl, Sandra Gill, Joy Hicklin. Row 2: Shirley Greig, Deanne Lindsey, Sandra Lewton, Maty Jo Lipovec, Kathy Lonchar. Row 3: Bob Luzar, Allan Leybeck, George Lombardo, Allan Loczy, Richard Hanko, Row 4: Dan Garapic, Allyn Lipstrever, John Lonchar, Dan Livesay, Scott Lucci, Gary Lustic, Not Pictured: Jack Kapp, Joan Lewis, Bob Lorber, Doug Lukat, "lt's my turn to wear the ring today. Mr. Manburg Bottom Row fL to RJ: Kathy Mahoney, Marlene Marko, Pam Morrison, Lynn Piorkowski, Connie Marten. Row 2: Mike Marino, Karen Madeja, Joyce Marhefka, Virginia Mareno, Sharon Marikio, Sue Martucci, Sue Marincic. Row 3: Randy May, Kathy Matyjasik, Marietta Massiello, Howard Modin, Rich Markuz. Row 4: Cathy Madden, Dan Mascaro, Gary Markuz, Enio Mancini, George Magas, Andy Malenda. Not Pictured: Gwen Rupert, Jan Marcus, Dave March, AI Mack. 165 r 1 Q . .lr Mr, Mize Bottom Fow IL to I-U: Tom Podnar, Sue Picciano, Maria Pirovolos, Terry Plaga, Jackie Orsie, Donna Pyle, Carol Petro. Row 2: Lynn Reed, Marsha, Phillips, Kris Powers, Linda Plavcan, Carol Phillippe, Patti Punta, Marlene Powalie. Flow 3' Flick Phillips, Jett Peterson, Mike Podnar, Bob Pollack, Don Picciano, Roger Principe, Rich Prioreschi. Row 4: Tony Praskavich, Wayne Pinkstall, John Price, Nancy Purnell, Randy Peterson, Jim Porcello. Not Pictured: Rich Potts. Valley Forge 20 Euclid 14 "Oh well." Mr. Mohr Bottom Row IL to Rl: Lorraine Young. Debby Zdovc, Mary Lou Zablek, Andrea Yano, Mary Kay Zovac, Penny Tilden, Jackie Zylowski. Row 2: Leonard Young, Laura Zurc, Pat Youdell, Phyllis Yeager, Christine Yanchar, Bill Yozipovich, Mr. Mohr. Row 3: Bob Zolinski, Dennis Zadnik, Jim Zakovski, Dennis Zamaria, Ron Yuhas, Bill Saplak. Raw 4: Bob Warner, Ron Zarnick, Fred Zele, Vic Stankiewcz, Bob Zoller, Steve Zelko. ' i ' .l Q li fi! 166 JUNI ORS Mr. Pringle Bottom Flow IL to RJ: Sally Dickheiser, Helga Dobler, Colleen Coakly, Pat Doherty, Diane Dorsey, Marilyn Domitor. Row 2: Mr, Pringle, Marilyn Dfornik, Denise Dworning, Sue Drobnick, Steve Donnally, Maria Dissauer, Brian Dugan. Row 3' Floyd Dockery, Mike Dougherty, John Dombrowski, Wayne Downer, Dominic DiLalla, Forrest Diehl, How 4: Joe Adams, Denny Dryer, Bill Drazdik, Dan Douglas, Larry Doyle, Ross Croucher, Dennis Dicki. Dr. McCarter Bottom Row KL to FU: Amy McClelland, Sandra Pestotnik, Carol Peters. Pat Perchan, Jackie Perpar, Kathy Lou Payne. Flow 2: Lenore Perovshek, Janet Peklay, Sharon Paz, Paul Pennza, Sandy Parsons, Scott Mitchell, Row 3: Christine Penharth, Lee Peters, Jett Peternel, Richard Palmer, Mike Perry, Dean Pasquale. Row 4: Roger Perry, John Pawlak, Craig Pavlik, Mike Parry, Bob Petek, Dave Parulis. Not Pictured: Richard Ormston. 167 MV- Pvkfaf 50fY0'7" Row iL to RIS John Nagle, Laura Muriay, Debbie Miller Kathy Moats, Joan Morris. How 2: Patricia Palumbo, Mary Nagy, Michelle Mueller, Penny Morse, Dave Murphy, Steve Neithercott, Row 3 Vicki M:arno: Alice Neff, Bill Naumann, John Monaghan, Glynn Modic, Alan Miller Flow 4 Diane Nemeth, Lester Mlakar, Donald Minor, Joseph Mooney, Mike Mukatetz, James Mocilnikar, Stexe Mramor. Not Pictured: William Flask, Frank Mramor, Bruce Munson. HMV .IUNIORS English teacher says I talk good." F 5 Mr. Resch Boilom Flow IL to Rl: Jeannie Trotto, Cheryl Uber, Joanne Trgo, Irene Tiborsky, Marina Thompson, Joyce Salvatore, Flow 2: Linda Tiderman, Helen Trautman, John Tutolo, Charlotte Tramposoh, Robert Travarca. Row 3: Steve Vozel, Karen Tramsak, Marlene Thweatt, Gilbert Trentel, Karl Torp, John Tomko. Row 4: Anthony Trunkely, Frank Turk, Francis Thome, Mike Toth, Harold Timlin, Ted Tylewski, John Traven. Mr. Sallach Bottom Row KL to FU: Judy Ullstrom, Sue Sabo, Donna Salewski, Linda Scacco, Linda Colman, June Scherlacher, Michele Sarraino, Sue Scharletter. Row 2: Jerry Savchuk, Marilyn Schneider, Janet Sas, Cindy Segulin, Carla Seifert, Joann Sadler, Gary Sadar. Row 3: Gary Schimpf, Karin Schuffert, Flick Sanders, Ken Saywell, Vito Scotese, Kirk Schmidt, Flay Schultz. Row 4x George Schwarz, Dave Schervish, Don Seddon, Mike Salisbury, Alan Yannette, John Samuele, Cathy Schwenner. Not Pictured: Jim Schulz, Joy Scheurman. "Pr 43 168 1 or , .1 ,gn fir' 1 nf," ' l' l ul Miss Nelson Bottom Row KL to FU: Pat Krakauskas, Lynda Kovacic, Jackie Kodra, Gail Kovach, Diane Korynoski, Marge Kostansek. Row 2: Joyce Koch, Fred Koth, Pat Kozlevcar, Deb Kovacic, Ella Kolar, Linda Gudowicz, Janet Koeth. Row 3: Tom Koger, George Kosmetos, Bev Kramer, Dennis Krall, Bob Kozan, Dave Kolenc, Gary Kozich. Row 4: Jim Koch, Flich Krane, Scott Krejci, Bob Kosovich, Fred Koepp, Lynn Kosanovich. Not Pictured: Bill Herrick, Judy Kozlowski, Mike Kotnik. Miss Simonich Bottom Row IL to Rl: Gayle Seitz, Gayle Svetin. Bobbie Theil, Tim Strang, Gail Tabb Row 2: Pat Tanner. Linda Sylte, Cathy Tabb, Judy Stross, Peggy Strok, Julie Sutphin, Geoffrey Tanner. Row 3: Jett Zelko, Phil Stravarace, Jett Strobel, Tom Tekavic, Bob Taylor, Judy Sustarsic, Chris Szabo, Row 4: Jim Stoufler, Dan Strell, Tom Teare, Mike Szabo, Mike Telich, Dennis Straub, Jim Stiscak. 1 Mr. Reminick Bottom Row fL to FU: Sue Knox, Nancy Lutz, Jean Kermavner, Kathy Kever, Darlene Klauga, Linda Klein. Row 2: Flick Kitko, Karen Kiro, Bev Kleber, Dale Koberna, Kathy Keszenheimer, Linda Kobal, Elizabeth Konkol. Flow 3: David Kirk, Tom Kilkenny, Frank Kerze, Tim Kitsos, Bill Knoch, Bob Knowles, Bob Keyes. Flow 4: Frank Kapler, Jeft Kelley, Tom Kelley, Augie Kehn, Ken Kase, Dave Ketchum. Not Pictured: Cindy Kistler. . isytll SAQ ixil I if T. A A Mr, Sterlekar Bottom Row IL to RJ: Becky Rohrer, Ghalia Nakshbendi, Denise Riggs, Lynn Rosa, Marybeth Rooney. Row 2: Ken Palk, Scott Roach, Rita Riley, Kathy Roeder, Charlene Rudiak, Chris Mistretta. Row 3: Lee Neuvirth, Doug Romoser, Pete Romano, Doug Rutti, Richard Robinson, Tom Ortman. Flofv 4: Joe Roman, Mark Rotar, Forrest Ross, Scott Robbins, Tom Romer, Byron Robbins, Bruce Ruark. Not Pictured: Roy O'DonneI, Wayne Russell. "And if I wiggle my ears, l can fly!" .IUNIORS Mr. Weisenburg Bottom Row IL to RJ: Andrea Simon, Donna Skokal, Pat Skrjanc, Marlene Seredich, Chris Shiran. Row 2: David Sivert, Mike Selway, Marie Skedel, Charlene Simons, Sue Slivers, Karen Shriver. Row 3: Rich Siedler. Rick Setina, Jim Sheppard. Debbie Serksnis, Rita Sheridan, Pam Sinkovic, Sandy Shenk, John Shuber. Row 4: Paul Shumaker, Tom Skerowske Dwight Williams, Tom Skrout, Gary Shaffer, Mike Slura, Jeff Skapin, Andy Shusteric. cs eel Fu ' 5 X .A , it Y , ...Af ,X 170 vo- Miss White Bottom Row KL to RJ: Linda Fatica, Carolyn Farkas, Roxanne Everett, Carol Ferlite, Deborah Fatur, Joann Fell. Row 2: Kathryn Erdelsky, Beverly English, Al Edelman, Ed Evanick, Ann Evans, Joanne Albert Flow 3: Dave Fanney, Gayle Ebel, Denise Elshaw, Bill Ecker, John Fatica, John Eble. Row 4: Bob Fedor, Jim Ellison, Dan Ferris, Garry Dremel, Dave Engelking, Kelly Enders. Not Pictured: Peter Dybzinski, Diane Engles, Vicki Festini, Diane Ferencak. Mrs. Tornstrom Bottom How KL to FU: Bonnie Wilson, Gayle Woeckner, Donna Wilson, Joyce Wayner, Peggy Wehrle, Chris Weiss Row 2: Linda Will, Susan Shartz, Debbra White, Marilyn Winters, Linda Whitney, Wendy Wiskes, Becky Weyrick. Row 3: Leroy Wells Steve Williamson, Robyn West, Susan Werle, Ken Winchester, Row 4: Jim Winsor, Robert Wilson, Edward Weber, John Wheeler Donald White, Randy Wohlgemuth, Craig Willard. Not Pictured: Bev Winner, Greg Wies. Mr. Stoietz Bottom Row IL ta Rl: Marlene Rubinstein, Connie Grebaugh, Bonnie Nimelli, Donna Olinchic, Sandy Nurmi. Row 2: Evelyn Oliverio, Howard Packer, Dianne Pisano, Debbie Opalk, Star Painter, Evelyn Nielsen. Row 3: Paul Olszewski, Jacqueline Oker, Gary Ortman, Bill Oslrander, Chuck Ohl, Row 4: Frank Ogobeuc, Dale Nosse, Bob Olds, Paul Oyaski. .sa v. ei K islam ui: 1 Sophomore Band Bottom Flow IL to Rl: Wendy Lick, Kathy Deere, Mary Lou Lickert, Elaine Mog, Dolores Donner, Mary Smith, Nancy Temple, Alice Sweet, Row 2: Janice Berry, Arlene Kemejak, Karen Reichard, Lynn Allchin, Mary Lou Lickert, Marcia Feiock, Barb Girimont, Pamela Mobe, Karen Sbrocco, Dave Brooks, Row 3: Peter Markovich,'Mary Ellen Schaeffer, Jim Burns, Joe Sharpe, Jay Flacier, Jim McVey, Harry Handshaw, Harvey Smith, Richard Stillings. Row 4: Fred Land, Bruce Walker, Blaine Lewis, Tom Cole, Doug Yandala, Mike Sottle, Scott Wight' man, Bob Knight, Joan Oliver. Row 5: Bill Semerichuk, Dave Davies, Jim Srnick, Harry Jefferies, Tom McArthur, John Wolle, Phil Wright, Kevin Kelley, Rick Bendure, Jim Howell. BAND AND ORCHESTRA Sophomore Orchestra Bottom Row !L to FU: Fay Davis, Joyce Tianello, Nancy Haller, Betty Bogel, Laurie Garret, Row 2: Diane Taylor, Gail Arvay, Ann Bronaka, Jeri Dowd, Pam Croning. Flow 3: Sue Soltis, Mike Chlebik, Stan Pavelecky, Doug Behrends. 42 0 'X - . ' frt l -f 3 l , 1 L 2, ' iii 3 fx ga 'iff A mf ,sf-'.:' ' X QSM t f-r 1-sw Wi,-He" ees, "'f'igr f a - -. 172 U fl' Q ,, .x r' 4 . if ""' ef fda, ,gn .Q,..f"f LW , ,T vi .5 +-r-1 ' Mr. Harper Bottom Row IL io FU: Pat Thompson, Sue Taddie, Sue Arnold, Row 2: Chris Will, f Flick Kehres, Bruce Stout, John Ofciarcik. Mr. Harper Bottom Row fL to Rl: Leslie Rohr, Gail Kapusi, Carolyn Farkas, Jan Hocevar, Darlene Franks, Karen Wajahn, Rose-Mary Gasper, Vicki Feslini, Annette Kuchling, Debbie Palguta. Row 2: Judy Neuman, Charlene Reya, Chris Gaydos, Pat Kaston, Kalhe Tancredi, Anna Fugina, in, Gayle Crown. Bernie O'ConnelI,CheTyICraw1ord. Row 3: Flick Pereksta, Mark Palmer, Bill Christensen, Michael Balale, Bob Civic, ave 'Cooney, Tim Cheadle, Jim Arko, Flow 4: Paul Drotlell, Dave Bucknot, Skip Garth, Bob Wilson, Flon Lyman, Kevin Oliveri, David March, Gary Jones, David Onions. Nat Pictured: Pal Breed, Lana Drummer. 173 1 f NPff'.:'X 'AIX If,- FURESTFIRESW -J ., 51. 1 u. p .. annul-4, . Q vs. sys. saw-,a 'Q W " is ' 1 , 'VF , .,x.,..,., 11 . x x , ,,,, .- ' 4 ' , 9S 'V'V"3,'1 5 :5-U5'5'Q"":" P : f . f. - ,. ... - f TE, , ' .. 51 " f X' , g Xmww- ' " CNQQN L , Am, , , if ' 'If' "5 "H R '3 L " lx , ,lf Q 582 J A ff . f:.x ' -Y QY1.: bf N- M-'H JN-gg-. 1, .a .r .f---+M+f..-W . N. 41.v1'5'-:.f- 14. ww.-,A-. --'Eff-if -a s s Q ' -X -x .1 , f z..-rg-3-QQ--.,4 , 1 "1.::-...r-1 5 w5g.,'Nff.,w ASN Q - , ,Q 5, , Q Q: mf,-1 . . .?. -X X , -, ' X x N- Q . ww gags .-1:-:'-mx x ., . x X 2' "'-f.i'?fi:r5S"42X' '- - S " ' Q . 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Q ,-74 1 5.g',,3,g- 'xx fiifff " 'X 1 H-59" ,'-,.. : . i E 5 , , 1 2 2 , 4-Star. . . WT tfgfig'ff?Si Q ,. ,-,.:I:i'W:'i:3 . 1' Us 31 t E I . 'IQ . 1 x 4 4 3 'X 9 v if -444' ua- .y 1 z 0 X v 6 a 'Ui 51.4.33 as EIISICJEE v 8 'o E Q 'xx' EN Lx 'M ' .NK 5 , 445 I If-., n 1 1 wa' .tx xx Fw 1 x 4 1 -. .1 ,, X u., x gi ,gl 4' --l uni? The senior lives in a world of Contrasting moods. He is both a beginning And an end, vvho shares vvith others A fellowship called life. ln the same instant, She can spread laughter to others, Or isolate herself, 1, Lost in thought. Every individual Needs a time for introspection To clear the uncertainty Of the future, V37 To meditate the present ts r And the past. 179 45 U W . Pvt- 5. X 191 3. , xxx Caroline Abazia Leonard Adams Douglas Alecci Rozanne Alphonso Barbara Ames Jean Acks Frances Albanese John Aleksic Nancy Amacher Cynthia Anderson "Wanna kiss, Bob?" SENIORS "I just got a date from Ronald McDonald!" 180 ' ' ' 3' :I - C- f'r, ' ' af ' ef ya git! ll' .av 5 A gg- -, . 1 Y, ,i-,,,U , K nv' qw I f 3,,, "Okay, now your left foot." f r 1 Ar" l ff in ik fi zzz! r 2 2 'r X 'Is I Ari - x r 4, T if I' Vs 5 I N ' ' A 2 - .- ,,, ..4 ,,. Je.,- "Oh, hi, Dr. Bergemf' N I Dale Anderson Robert Anderson William Anderson Barbara Andrich Celena Andrews Dale Apicello 49? 7' R , SJ" P K 4 1 181 X004 N S swysxvgsg t 'e I-' N we X q t AQ Vx X Yr:-:lf '93 gs 'Q-'-VR' SL yawn' wx? X-S we ' mi-to fi. Qi? Thomas Aquilano Charles Arnold Kathleen Auldridge Barbara Baka Melinda Baldini Cheryl Arendt Frederick Arnold Janice Bahr Marsha Baker Susan Balogh Debra Armstrong Augusta Artino MacDonald Bailey Karen Balasko James Bambam Linda Banas Jeanette Barber "Did I wake up in time for lunch?" Richard Banko Patricia Barkhurst .,..2""' f' ' r 'ffm ,JVM " 4' L, f 4 w: g, ,-'fy Q, 5 984' ,ic 175 A u Danny Barnhart Jill Battung Scott Barrett Michael Baumiller "Here Snoopy, Snoopy, Snoopy." ww "3Il"N "No, I don't know karate, but l'Il kick you, anyway." Richard Baur Robert Baur if iw 'FY E 1 John Bazan Robert Beckwith Deborah Beck Gail Behm "2,,J' 'S' up ,A- 1 1-P47 183 i ,XX T I 'Si 'ii-A fi SENIORS K 'wr-N """"! "Ns.... x Jay Benedict Ross Bennett Anthony Berzin Janet Bizzari Eric Benedum Renee Bermond Linda Biederstedt Wayne Black Kenneth Bernhardt Edward Bishop John Blassingame "Hey, I can see myself in the glass." Cd Nw' -fs '10', QA.. James Bock Deborah Bohanon Donald Bokor Pamela Bosco Roberta Bosco Ns:-of Er' Lawrence Bole Kathleen Bolon Jeffrey Booms Bernard Bozak Diane Bradley 'S-T?" ! 5 1 'vs YT? fiis 4K wilt' ,PIL YY -...rv lf' X, William Breznay Lynn Brooks William Brigden Vaughn Brothers Anita Brommer Frank Brown "Mommy, I'm sick." "Come here, I've got some friends l'd like you to meet." Terri Brown Peter Buccilli Roberta Buchwald Christine Brunner Lynda Buchhoiz Jane Bucknot Constance Brunner Rebecca Buchwald Susan Buikus N--J 'Q-gif, -4s.. 166 cj - www 1 . -311:-,.L-,S-.rggsji .-,E ', v -.'- . , ' 0 QfQ:h.iErNA i A A - for -3 I ,, , . , " EQQE -ef 7 f 1- r ' V ' :IZ - 1 ' isa jf ill? ' F! 1. , U ,Z it if .' I ' ' Y l Q 1 . ' T , .iii D . lil ,. f . ' 'V h x -I.: N: A 3' . ' Xt.. H wif 'N . t 1- xgdwug. - - - X z J fan i- X--F 'Pf"" 9""f YL - Patricia Burns Raymond Butticci Susan Cahill Joseph Burya Deborah Buza Carol Caimi Roland Busser Douglas Cable Karen Calabrese "We've already donated." H -1 . QQ. as -' 4 4' Bi il .Vx T' X n X in Xu, A WM ..,.,..,,,-M. ,Q Vx if 'VS ...X I " Frank Camloh Debra Capella Nicholas Capretta Debra Carducci Peter Cardullias SENIORS "You voted how many times?" VOTING 2-9 TODAY W,- -- wk A ' Q ? 5 I xkf' i- '53 , an J .f- .avg N " Q X Q, X X gay C. P if x ,. X Margaret Carlson Gary Cavatino Sharon Cheraso Sheldon Carpenter James Cermelj Louis Chos Diane Catanese Diane Cesen Kenneih Chudzik Diane Churney Deborah Cirino Joseph Ciomek Deborah Clark "Save the spoons." my 'vs Q i fe : gms Q M X A sf .xx 1 "5 -rd Xbx., K 'I I sf A NA' XXX -ik fn-an ,0v'S fix an 'FN 'UK Kilt' .rf ..v 2 ff: 'I 'Wr- f J. sgllowlfllfl lrxl THE FOTQRG ix..-z NEB--Nuo Tim Clark Kathy Clemens Beth Climo Wayne Clough Wesley Collins John Collura Thomas Collura Barbara Comport Kathy Cook Shirley Cook Ve? 'Nl- Thomas Cooke Dean Coolidge Thomas Cooper Diana Coppers Grant Corbett 189 Linda Cornwell Barbara Correll W-'ff fl' 2? . Q, . , :va N X x V, Y.. 7 5 5 WJ' 'N-Ii? '33 Wu 'Cl-E' gf-Mfr 111819 Richard Cotton Richard Cozart Leonard Crawford Deborah Crombie James Crosson Dennis Coughlin Jack Craigs Thomas Crawford Janet Crone Randolph Crupper SEN! ORS Thomas Roxanne Cutshall Ray Dacar "I've never had a good fairy before." Ks: Patricia Cuchiara Frederick Cuevas 1-is A Q41 190 fy, Hallguards are a vicious crew. Carol Dann Madeline David Kenneth Dardis Ellen Davis Jane Dauchy Martha Davis -ii f-X "If your balloon broke, you wouldn't laugh!" l 'nr SQ J 1, Jacqueline Day Michael Debevec Jane Decatur Kalhy Debellak Jan Debly Linda Decker XX X ui Y X , R X : i X Qin .- X Q l , E wg... , .... QF' - A0 1 191 IVY YF? W, ,f PWS' ferr-ax "ng" aff ' W-vy raw" Y2g,,.a"' Robin Deegan Suzanne Delsanter Dorothy Dengel Bruce Deisler Phillip Deluca Frank Dengel John De Langis David Demojzes Diane Denison Sleep-learning. 'L-5 ,X ,ug XJ, .ak-e""""+'!,x ,A , 19-"Q Samuel Derby Dennis De Viney Dennis Derganc Linda Dezelon Maryjean De Tomaso Glenn Di Biasio Lynn Detweiler Linda Dicki Loretta Devine Linda Dieckman 192 V7 l Kathy Dipko Antoinette Di Santo Stghxng whule seated In Survey. S -un Vx 11'- TS SENIORS Raymond Doehring Janis Doherty J'-'N 9- 4-. fl! -.gf ig? iii ,1 fi 15-51 ff- lr 4- 'QW I wonder what a hall pass looks like." Diane Dragolich Charles Drazdik Frank Dremel Charles Drake Willis Ann Dreisbach Susan Dritz 4 Cf-17 Keith Dole Thomas Dolter Michael Donlin Joseph Dudek Robert Dudek Janet Donovan William Dornbusch Helen Dougherty Diane Dunbar Jane Dunbar 11' 12 "bw gifwi fvs 41 194 'll 's:..JX 4- an..v X2 "Ain't it the truth." Michaei Dworning George Dzura Richard Eder 1- - L Harriet Eglin Theodore Ehleri Robert Elder Burton Emig Karen Emerick Donald Emmert i R -ls -afyv. T. ,..P' G u y D u n n .1 ' J flu X IU ik V i ' Debra Erdman Linda Erskine Thomas Erwin AW in YW 'Q 2' Q: v.- Q..." ' Y I 195 fb .f 1 ' Q . ,. 5... X 1, I , 1 SENIORS Mark Dvorak I EIN 4- ix . M Ax 7' 15 s..v X.- rf' ' wa 3 - A vw' fill J Frederick Essex Jeffrey Fagan Darlene Ferrara Catherine Ficere Diana Fink Darlene Eure-rig Marjorie Fennell Frank Ferrato Susan Fike Patrick Fiorelli Richard Fiorelli Patrick Foy Calvert Fisher Sandra Frabotta Beware of Greeks carrying books. Paul Fister Janet Frances r .N-K r Q K, A xx . , r,.,, a..r.... iii if 4- 1 fi .1-'51'W"H-f1a'ff an ,M ry, , My Jr" 196 is Q fi , ,X "x X A348 X Ce. . arf, v If A i ' ' 5 . . , i ,Il ii ,T Eb, h, 17' - . , N i ,fi .Q 115 5? 1' , f -ow... " A, A A X Y l Q 1 3 ' x rf Q P5 ., WWA gxxiiv X 1 NN K S ' if Karen Frank Robert Friedal Kenneth Frank Rudolf Frueboes Patricia Frank Marie Fugina Cafeteria Staff Bottom Row IL to FU: Alice Kreit f +- N. - 1 ' ., 4 5 4 Hi. .wx anal----Q.Qx A "No, I don't really live in there." Donald Gent Michaeleen Gartroza Walter Garling George Gast 4 18' 'Us K, . J' X-, 'nv MQXA Q5 , ,..Q no V gg? Q3 QQ Q27 5' '15 STL. v - wc .Q i ..M,,r.: wx Barbara Gates Patrick Gavin Linda Gawel KS' ' -' Y- V ' -' ' 1' a Y,-Q. " -- Tw .Tf1'1s' ' ::s'1i':::o::i Now X . . A N S , 5 V3 xx. ,c LQ. , -A 4 Q. " 7 X we G ll at raw term X. Ax ek.-XX ' tx . it Q.-. ' 5.5 , .1 ,. X G -e ' QS? X , F N-f.-:WNW 1 .. ,l . sly... + 2 -t XXX 'xxx mix Q35 "Siva , N .ww li if 4' 198 "I have five minutes to finish this book Paulette Geller Donald George Bruce Gemmell Wayne Gephart .,., Charles Genaro Martha Geyer 2 . l A ' n SCF' lags' Q.-,-nQa '4fY': fi? A, Qt' 'V SENIORS --I indium i 871' R X--7 YT"""YN mug Q--Q Linda Gibbons Ralph Gibson Charlotte Gillespie Joy Glina Cheryl Glubish .A Irene Gishnock Jerry Glick Dale Glicker Barbara Gordos Jenny Grabitz r., .14 "Hp, "Wanta play leap-frog?" Michael Graham William Grant Geoffrey Greer David Gfanchj Robert Grasgreen Linda Greer 16' VX ' ii 2 I. l 'Q P s 'QI 'Fel' . xx fc? " ' lx I Q .. ,G 199 ,ff eff, - if I N V -C5 Q ' 1: 'ff fm, " 8 XZ '- A, .Y YN y G I Tx , W , X N ff D f X 0 i f ig 3 Eb 'A I - xv' W rvn is x, ? my, K ' - , 1715 n o i f aw -an i fx- ...Q e N f M ' Q A .1 V we 1' J X' Denise Gressley Cynthia Grimsic Gary Gfum Shirley GfiffiS Stephen Gfon Frederick Grupe "Forget it. I'm going home." 200 1' .z,, 4 ! J o If K'c--'-1 Q, YYV- 1 '- ,eq- 41 as , .., f, ., I, X fed? Nancy Gubanc Janice Gustetic Gary Gudaitis Steven Hadyk Ronald Guenther Joyce Haffer Gail Gugiiotta Shereen Hagberg Mel Gurry Michelle Hahn FZ? 1 1:1 fI.."7 A'- FU! 451 'Is 3449. Q...-1' X K TI' Checking it out. Madelynn Hall Paul Hanley David Harper Rita Halsey Bruce Hannan Cheryl Hasko l 5 Ann Hanak Kenneth Hanson Kenneth Hassink l L l "Not glued, mascaraed shut." i i ' N If 'I 2 Riflhafd HHUSGF Patrice Haverberg DQDOFBTI Haverlock Gfeggry Hay SENI ORS i i 3 201 125. 5 . Marilyn Haynes William Hegedus Maureen Heid , :-. "H..,F'.g' .- I M .3 :E fy Ivy :gg 31 5. I 'U 7avwif.vA- "Hi there, cutie." Joann Hignite James Hinde Phyllis Hinton Ronald Hendy Janice Herp Douglas Hennie Katherine Hersh Deborah Henson Dava Herskowitz 'Aa 1:-'Y J 4--. X Q, - ,,. A IT. li wx, kv 41 QSM., x., f T7 'Y 202 X Q Q- lf . Yer' 'ir' ta! Q-' , J Marian Hodder Stephen Hoedt Patricia Hoerinig Nancy Hoffman Deborah Hornsby ti- fe? "9'u?'- Kathleen Horvat Brent Howe Thomas Hrastar Jerry Hubacka William Huffman Q-Q 'Dx 1777 Jacqueline Hulewicz Steven Hunn Edward Humber! Skye Hurlburt Fredrica ' . Linda Hyle George Hynes 'JY SENIORS 1-"ff" . 'ff:','. gf' ,.,,45-.. : -.-. -, r-.f -f. nga fr: , 'Ji ' 'L 'k'::" ', em., . ,. .-1. -.4.,:. '. ' . 203 fb- , .- r: 5 vm fQVH 'S-4' 'N3 K' 'Sv ,aiu ti. Yrs? 11" Arthur Iacofono Renee lafelice Karen lcke t""1' Natalie llg Steven lntihar Stuart Irvine Fine print -.-.-.---V ...V- ELI! .gear T .S qw- ar Robert Jaffe Arthur Jaklic Richard James ,fwuv Kristina Jankus Joseph Janosik Nancy Jarchow 1-nut' Arlene Jasky Mary Jelenic Theresa Jeran Quite a resemblance rr Q 9 .. mi x t ' 'ix Q N s X, lit ,Q JW , ' ' 5 Q ' rw. sh A fr, L 3 0 N - 4 .JN -.y ".!.' - 1 ff' J Q.. ivtfg 'L . 0-K hrffg . i " ff? IJ? 3 1.6 ' 1 if , J i Q is -" v" 4 "Page four, how Ronald Jezeski Craig Johnson Jw, I4 ,,-sf 'Si 'if' r adults 'Cx X ,f Ye -fur .- Wkttsi wa., 1- Susan Kapudja Terrance Karda Dale Kardos George Karlan Betty Keeler 206 fins. KJ! Robert Kelley Cynthia Kelly Keith Kern Cynthia Kershaw Timothy Kerzisnik T ry., .marath- Eric Klein Jean, Klein Herbert Klich John Klopovic Beatrice Kluska K Joseph Knack Douglas Knaus Karen Knaus Barbara Kneale Paul Kobilsek 'NJ Jay Kolfel Sharon Kolb Linda Kokal Marcia Koljat "My heart belongs to someone else." I-U' Q--v Richard Komara SENI ORS A .L 207 l xii --... YIFX William Karthals Richard Korzeniowski "Act nalural." , , li' . 5. ,,,,w- 35 W.-. U. . an NN 5 .URN3.: I 208 'Fff Patricia Kotnik Robert Kotnik Thomas Kovach George Kovacic Barbara Kowicki .aw TNF Q . I. N .1 Q ,-.. i. Ni! Q , Z. fl. ,f 4 IE Watch the birdie. Carol Krause Frank Kren Douglas Kravos Walter Krenisky Alice Kreit Gary Krivok 's ' Q I Joseph Krnc Kenneth Kucinski Robert Kuret ""f 1.1 9- f- s. .,,..r ln ri' -1'-X 'KI Ll X .-v, CLA? f-32" fib- AA 209 y 1, y ?-fu . I - is l ,. f A Y v . TTT' X I x f I. .xx 2- i M. fi K NX Laurie Kozar Stephen Krall James Krakora Beverly Krall Adrienne Kust Cynthia Lally James Lardin ,cliff-g.f , 6 A I 'VX 'v nr ' 91 Wil' 154314. ii' Nr.. QR g as '38 xv.. V? Susan Larick Cheryl Laser Michael Laughlin Dennis Laseak John Laszcz Linda Lawrence Susan Latch Barbara Lawrinson il E , 'D 1 1 we in 1 .! i 0 K - 3 sf .Li "Quick! Catch me while l'm beaming." Joseph Lehman Sandra Leicher William Lehmann Laura Leighton -1 "C"'I7 'ii 'nv 'K Cl- - -? 210 'S -ill i---v' T af V37 Robert Lemmo Carol Lesiak Lynn Leolta David Lewis Jo Ann Leppert Linda Lewis Susan Lewis Sharon Lipko Wayne Leybeck Michael Lisko .....-f 111' 79 Q ,li gg U -tm... ,QA 'Q M -I 1 Y -l .ij "l -Q-ani wg? .1 , v Q .. Av "At least I'm trying." Lawrence Little Bonnie Lobdell Jean Lokar Kenneth Lloyd Wayne Lohmeyer Ronald Lokar f L 'Nt rw vp ff? 211 on, GN ,, , wh 445 5 1 ff.- 'Vi ,-4. eq' .17 'Lf 'l ,i in ' I ' 2 .. --,,,-. Nr r ' ,f M ,,, fm 97 t, '-LN? ' K 5 " ?!" Robert Lonchar Christine Lovejoy Sharlene Lopez Maria Lucci Fiobert Love Daniel Luich Peter Lukacic Judith Lustig James Lyle Brian Macke Janet Mahusky Rosemarie Luksic Kathleen Lutz Constance Lytle Pamela Mahany John Maletic 9-fs-3 'CQ Y. ,F we of Y lo 'Q Qx W xg 13" 'Xe' 'CTL' 212 41-n X , S 3 lg " R: r ' 1 , . 1 8 fzf ' VI ,V 'Fe 'va- -r' of Mark Marnrack Abe Mandzuch Gregory Mann Lizbeth Mantz Michele Maran i Rebecca Mann Laura Mantz Linda Mantz Kenneth Marincic Mary Marino "Sour lemons." Sam Marino Sharon Masek Kathleen Marsh Nancy Mates ,1- K, .fan- "U" , 15: 213 f rw.-5 ' W , . H5 Y? ,Qc "Yes, friends, we're for real." 7i Judith Matjasic Anthony Mauceri Kenneth McCreight Karen Matoh Dennis McBride Roy McDonald .,,-n-.. ttf . . i i luis w, A 'Q' 'S' -Q Ifx 'SX is ., ly 214 Darryl McGill Jeffrey McKee Judith McRae Timothy McTighe Gregory Measles Leeann Medves Michael Medves Marie Meehan Elizabeth Meertens Rita Melton YM? N if 'Y' gr 'vs 'Us Y: ff fu? L W Qu- if ,av fi! xg-'rv ik TN' 1. rf SW'-ni, S ii KY5 Kira 'xl 'sh-T7 rw. 'ls Debra Merritt Linda Messenger Karen Michalski Richard Miklavic William Merritt David Meyer Sandra Mica Edward Mikolic Patricia Mervar Thomas Mezzacappa Linda Miklavcic Ellen Mikovich Chess tournaments are dull, 215 Marilyn Milavec Susan Milavec SENICRS .4-: ' 1 13 tj 5- X kkkx Av. 'V Vario iq , "Tnith ith my beth friend." SEN! ORS Robert Miller Glorianna Minerovic Michael Mitch Carol Miltner Raymond Minnilio Marcia Mlakar pr-K. as-'Ns dia . veg,-'Y .61 fire'-izf' Charles Miller Jacqueline Miller Gayne Mocarski Robert Modic Mary Mog Q... 'AN 'r Jayne Miller Richard Miller Karen Mohorich Rachel Money Robert Mooney H3 ,un 1 - . N . A y New., gf' 'Vs be 216 Nfl! 17- "TTY . 'ea as..-. 4...-.. T' "1 '173 Luane Morgan Susan Morris Roger Motiska Phillip Morlock Gary Morse Charles Mukavetz Phyllis Morris Dwight Morton Larry Murg "The left is my better side." , 217 1" I P l l ' , l E i V1 LL Tl A . .ov l ...,. , ,J i , , ,,,FFI,..A P nr 1 r' J I' 22.34" ... i P17 9.4 "Duh, duh, duh . . Phillip Murg Carol Murphy Sara Nantz Dale Nagy Arthur Nardy 117- 'YS Q I' y f ia - -fvs is 1 1 7 ' VI' . Pamela Newman Carolyn Newnes David Nickies Robert Niemczura Heidemarie Nitsch M-, M ,.,.TMt,, ' . "'Abf""?QSHP: ar ,Av Q34 Xtfwg as . A Jane Noles Janice Norton James Nosse Kathy Nowakowski David Nungesser 'TTI ve' fix --:qu-N P- 8 5 wi 'J J ---..-ff "Oh, l'm so thrilled." ...K ,R Qi F.: 1 Q ' D Q Sk , A , M x 'Q bd , -1, 135' Q K K , ,. . .. it ' 'Q x l' F x i:x'. 't X X- a-alfg' . ' l h Q ':':.:S 5 A N 1' C XX 33133 .F ' fix -.fz 1 X Q' 'nb-Xxx e er X ,si N r me A. SEQ Yirf' ,cn ,. 19 3, , , .av , 3--'D fix 4, Paul Nutter Faye Nye Candace Obreza Jack Obreza Patrick O'ConnelI Joanne O'Connor Barbara Olosky Catherine Orazen SENIORS Sheff a N g Z 'K tw You ll have to walt IU line Dave Nungesser lost In thought. Fay Osborne John Oznowuch Barbara Paganle Joan Palguta Claudla Orehek Duane Osterholme Marlene Pacrc Susan Pales Dennns Palko fl arf, 'Y v .fy wa Av' 10- fx P" . A willing subject. 'vin ,fs 'Ui K, as Avg: 'Wh i YIIJ7' 46 aff' U0 'QP' Ywfb I" Q 'V ,vs -Q John Pecon Sandra Penca Germaine Palmer Joseph Parisi Patricia Pavis Brenda Payer Alan Pancik Marie Parks Paul Pavlovich Jim Payer David- Panichi Franklin Patterson Janice Pawiechko Virginia Peck Cynthia Paparizos Frank Patton James Papp Diane Paulauskas 221 5 I Daniel Penny Ralph Perry Ellen Pestak Marcia Pestotnik James Petardi Q. VV Robert Peternel Barbara Petrochic Michael Petruzzi Valerie Pettit Lorrain Pfaller :wg gpamnfp- "Wait, there's six more behind me." Roberta Piccirillo Steven Phelan Gerald Picciano Bruce Phillips Janet Picciotti in Ns Pamela Picozzi 25. 41 'Us vue.,- 222 .4-v-v ex: W7 N.-af tv it-fs' T Diana Pietro Patricia Powers Janet Plovock Thomas Prendergast Victoria Pistone Stephen Pred Maria Plywacki Caroline Price George Prokopovich Joseph Polis Donna Pungerchar Constance Popovic Robert Podobnikar Mark Potocnik 'B-E77 115- I le F u7'S Ri "This is serious." 223 ,, ,, -,U , ,7"',g - ' pf 44' ' i f 1 .- fiif i'.ignf'5 ff' .. . it! '--Q .- - ,' 23-W 'Q ' ' . 'QRX5 'N' U 52 . Ya. . , 'El' 'iz -.L s 1 , fifty. , 1 Y, ,I ,ff , it .. As xx F , 5. I," tw! , . 1. 1 i ' 5 . V' 1 . ' 'e- -A r A ' A . 1235 ' ' X E 791 Richard Punzar Francine Radwanick SENIORS i US Katherine Randall Patricia Reese Christopher Reece Jeffrey Reichard Chris Rexrode Mark Rice Chester Reymander William Rice Catherine Ribar Thomas Rich Q, , Q a is :P ,J . 0 K .JV X ASQQ ,V , J if is at i N vs N 1 C A' R wi MJ if 'slew V4 Monks Q I 'll "l know your type." Mary Reichman David Reinhardt Christine Reisinger 8.06 N wr" --'tr' Q213? 224 'ii'-Z? was ff- ,, '!'71"IY VW mi? gf Y-'ev A91 Y Linda Rohr Anne Rolik "N at Anne Richards Carolyn Rideout Jeffrey Rieder Betty Jane Roberts Gale Richardson Karen Rider Edward Ritz Michael Roberts Margene Richter Kathleen Rider Angeline Robers Theresa Rogaliner First string floorwarmers. "Control yourself. I know I'm irresistible." S F - S3 Q . gf ' 'FI' KN wb' 3 ' 2 A ' , J r f l , 1- s Jw it 225 'TY l 3. gw fi' 9 :.:,-ea 5 E - n x ii f i ll f N :wi ., , , W wvfy . "2H35X?2iYl.i.lfsQ1: N9 s 'I 3 -' . . ' A v'x.,Jb N f H Jia? A 4 in X A x Q x A rf .455 ' 3 , ,K xr x X 'N X X X X X X . :xJ 12 O X HX ,Aga . Aw-mai , ie. JK, UM.. .sw vw 9 v. N i exp- , x g 1 x + Q X . - X N ,,wv1gwrQ3w , ,Q . N, 4 X. - S-5 X 5 Wi' ,SX Mhxmwxwmgeg ,fi . N xl ' :xx-vm' . A :X x Vie. . A x 55.55.56 3 5 ,S :W . . we Q 5 Q. X xigf x K . ,-1,N,- Si :ft x George Ruszin Brian Rutkie xx. ' ,xxx Ng. f. we :. Q SN , Q .yxxgkf . X QQ. , e . X , .Nu -qw f . ,:, Xx- x s 4 -- ,J E 4 , 5 . L.- .W -til "This is my cheerleadefs smile." Karen Fluuska Kenneth Sadar Alan Sadar Julie Sajewski '4I Q- ,-f 226 4. , Di Ymy ii 1? ,yo 4 "SN, inf Ronald Samsa Mary Ann Savoca Robert Schaver Suzanne Sarama Melvin Scharlau Irene Scheel "Brother, can you spare a dime?" ,il 'KQV' 227 Am Charles Schmid Wayne Schmidt Denise Schmaltz Cheryl Schmeltzer 422,-7 William Schmidt Dorothea Schneider Clare Schneider Peggy Ann Schroeder SENICRS --:L SENIORS "Shouldn't there be a spotlight?" Robert Schultheis Marina Schwenke Joseph Serksnis Richard Schwabauer Donna Sebusch John Sever Susan Sever Thomas Severino Karen Shane David Shaner Randell Sharon 'ib- "fi"' Q Rf YT Fl! Ffa iv v F tw rn 4" 1--' .GSK 'VD 228 Kathleen Shaughnessy Annemarie Sherwood Ralph Shimko Richard Shirk Thomas Shumar 9 ! Nm J' 3. at' Ms-v 'sm-'ff 'Yi '39-5' 1 Q eff' YI ..X.. ,Ty 35 fx:-' ff Marylin Siders John Simpson Ronald Siedler Dianne Sinkovec Howard Sieferd Margaret Sirk Ja Si al Michael Siston Y Q Linda Sigmon Thresa Sivert Q-,as X5 T' S ' 3 ' tf- ' A X f A t Q . . Q i: .NL .A .,,.v . ,-.. g gi- 1 .N liz- A' V V t fu :-N W. j-Q f Ne it xv,-.3 ,Q '- 'x it X Q x X is X9 N N X X 5 XX Regina Smith Robert Smith Stephen Smith "Look! A giant frog." f K 1 i e, 1, Steven Snyder Vivian Sobole Adria Soeder -A-1-..-.. ii -- . r ftyfet xl "Wait! I've got just what you're looking for." Susan Soeder Darwin Spiker Linda Sonntag Christine Srnick Susan Spears John Stalzer 'EBAY 230 Quang 'S-Ji' 'fi A' YZ? Susan Siarzynski Joan Stegh Deborah Stocker YT? 1 '-an "I was born first," David Sustarsic Ronnie Swanson Larry Sutter Gayle Swarl William Swaidner Marcia Swart Janice Swanhart Donna Sweet Linda Swaney William Swisher 5-we N .vs ' AR- '51 Barbara Strazier Kathleen Strum Michael Sullivan Linda Stryjewski James Sulen William Sumpter Philip Stryjewski James Sullivan Suzanne Surrena -r--of -vu-1,QTEs:q pn- wr----fy "3 I v X ,J Y ...-,qv VMI? fi? 232 Linda Tabb Cynthia Tadaj Barbara Takiguchu Stanley Tanski Wilfred Tabb Susan Takacs John Tanko Robert Taub SENI ORS 'ix Richard Tavenier Bruce Taylor Charles Taylor SENI ORS Barbara Tolchinsky swf vi-eff 15 Linda Taylor Susan Taylor David Templeton +05 1 . X- su "Carry 'em yourself." Alison Town Alison Trommetter Richard Tuckerman Rosalie Tratnik Dorothy Trunkely Ronald Tuckerman Richard Trebec Terry Tryon James Turk Laura Tomcko John Tornino 3 '13 nv-x 'UTP JT Ulm qi 23 cl , '- v 1 .5 Q 79 v A l ,fe hx. Q cg Earlene Tonkin Linda Toth ,,,.-Q an 'TZ-1 'Nl if 'VS Ti? 4--J Z' Sf, 133-I YJ' 235 fm QE 'bv Qtr? E? 41 YN? 3. 1 wi if a" ji. 'fr-1' 9-.X MV ,tag 6 Catherine Tyrrell Gary Vaccariello Kathleen Vance Debra Uchbar Karen Vahcic David Vandeveer Giovanna Ulizzi Victor Valli Marcia Vanel And another problem in the suggestion box. WEA' afllwh fries? Theresa Vantilburg Alvera Vargo Joan Vargo Stephen Vassas Robert Verner Yiizr QNX- -rf? K, Kenneth Vibbert Robert Vidmaz' Joseph Vidulich Paul Vincent James Vinci 'C "Do you want to hear me yodel?" "I.el's see. One for Aunt Martha . . .' 'Vial van' 'Q' 'gm li. 1 Y i A ' vW,.'l,gl wg, I ' l is A kg, l K7 L., Y 'Y ,7 5 P?" 'XJ Q.-17 Flichafd Vincil Donald Volante Pamela Volola Robert Vunderink Gregg Wallace Maryann Vojtek Phillip Vollman Patricia Volota Karen Wade Marie Wallace 2 Jai I gi, Barbara Walland Stuart Walton Edward Walters William Walworth Janice Walters Nicholas Wanchik V 13' Marilyn Ward Barbara Webb Richard Webb Susan Weinke Rosella Weir F' JA-W 4 , -QS, x Xl - 'D ' 1 V 1 1 'U' gr" Q! il N sql Katherine Wesley Byron Wilton Michael White Patricia Winkler Richard Wittenmyer John Wolf Christine Wilcox Paul Whyte Sharon Wolf James Williams Craig Wiblin Sandra Worden Marion Wilson "That's close!" L ...J 'F'-is Q-'Y YDS -ft' -4 vi. JD'- -.5 Y- 239 C! 8 V: ""' Q ?i Q 1 'L 3 S X , 9 A J . -Q' -if SENI ORS "I don't read, I just look at the pictures." Cynthia Wutchiett Robert Yacas Yi? James Yane Adrienne Yentz Donna Yeray Wayne Zachary Diane Young Kenneth Zakraysek Sally Yozipovich Daniel Zawack UGO ahead! Hit me right here." no 'K-..,7' its K., if 240 Yi? N.,....-ar QQ' Gayle Zitnik Donna Zmijewski Joseph Znidarsic number!'?" its-.W--f N Craig Zola "Don't come any closer!" NN SENIORS Sheila Zurc Kenneth Zylowski , a- Y V , 1.1 'Qkwnuewwweewnmms . . .Q W.. ' 7 'L , . -f ,F -lk ' gy X ' Y , E X Q 241 SENIOR INDEX CAROLINA ABAZIA Carol JEAN ACKS Jean Choral Masters 35 G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Humanities East 3,45 Linquist Club 3,45 Girl's Field Hockey 25 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 42 Varsity Chorale 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3,45 National Honor Society 4. LEONARD ADAMS Leonard FRANCES ALBANESE Fran Red Cross Club 4. DOUGLAS ALECCI Doug J. V. Basketball 25 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Boy's Gym Leaders 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4. JOHN ALEKSIC John Computer Club 45 Cross Country 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Track 2. ROXANNE ALPHONOSO Roxanne NANCY AMACHER Nancy Eucuyo 3, 45 Linquist 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spectrum 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3, 45 World Affairs Club 3. BARBARA AMES Barb Friendship Y-Teens 35 G.A.A. 35 Spirits 4 STACEY ANAGOST Stacey CYNTHIA ANDE RSON Cindy Concert Band 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Girl's Leaders Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4 DALE ANDERSON Dale GEORGE ANDERSON George ROBERT ANDERSON Robert WILLIAM ANDERSON Bill Swim Show 25 Swim Team 25 J.V. Swim Team 2 CE LENA ANDREWS Celena Home Economics Club 2, 35 Youth Power 4 BARBARA ANDRICH Barbara DALE APICELLO Dale THOMAS AOUILANO Tom CHERYLARENDT Cher Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Majorette Club 2, 3 JANICE BAHR Jan Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 Language Lab Assistant 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Spirits 4 MACDONALD BAILEY Mac Chess Club 25 Computer Club 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 3, 4 BARBARA BAKA Barb MARSHA BAKER Marsha American Field Service 35 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 Girls' Field Hockey 25 Girls' Volleyball 2, Girls' Track 25 Spirits 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4 KAREN BALASKO Karen ME LINDA BALDINI Melinda Big Show 25 Folk Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Movie Club 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Spring Play 2, 35 Fall Play 3, 45 Winter Play 2, 35 Stagecraft 2, 3 SUSAN BALOGH Sue Folk Club 35 F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 35 Girl's Concert Choir 35 Homecoming Committee 25 Majorette Club 25 Girls' Track 45 Youth Power 2 JAMES BAMBAM Jim Computer Club 45 Folk Club 45 F.T.A. 35 Key Club 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 4 LINDA BANAS Linda RICHARD BANKO Rich JEANETTE BARBER Jeanette Mixed Choir 2, 3, 45 Linquist Club 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3 PATRICIA BARKHURST Pat G.A.A. 25 Girls' Leaders Club 45 Humanities East 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Page one Editor 45 Survey Training Club 25 Youth Council on Human Relations 35 Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3 DANNY BARNHART Dan SCOTT BARRETT Scott Cadet Band 4 JILL BATTUNG Jill F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 45 National Honor Society 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Girls' Tennis 2, 35 Student Council Representative 25 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 Girls' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4 MICHAEL BAUMILLER Mike World Affairs Club 25 Youth Council on Human Relations 35 Youth for Christ 4 DOUG BEHRENDS Doug JAY BENEDICT Jay Cadet Band 2, 35 Concert Band 45 E-Room Activities 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Pep Band 4 ERIC BENEDUM Eric WILLIAM ROSS BENNETT Rusty RENEE BERMOND Renee KENNETH BERNHARDT Ken Folk Club 45 Soccer 25 Stagecraft 35 Student Council Representative 2 DEBORAH ARMSTRONG Debbie Transfer Student 4 CHARLES ARNOLD Chuck Baseball 35 Football 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 FREDERICK ARNOLD Fred Folk Club 45 Football 35 J.V. Football 25 National Honor Society 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2, 35 Wrestling 3, 45 Wrestling Club 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 4 AUGUSTA ARTINO Augusta KATHLEEN AULDRIDGE Kathy RICHARD BAUR Richard ROBERT BAUR Robert JOHN BAZAN Jack J.V. Baseball 25 Prom Committee 35 Baseball 35 Spectrum 45 World Affairs 3 DEBORAH BECK Debbie ROBERT BECKWITH Bob Football 3 GAI L BE HM Gail F.B.L.A. 45 Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4 242 ANTHONY BERZIN Tony RICHARD BEYERLE Richard GARRY BICE Garry LINDA BIEDE RSTEDT Linda G.A.A. 25 Friendship Y-Teen 45 Maiorette Club 35 Orchestra 25 Red Cross Club 4 EDWARD BISHOP Ed J.V. Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Swim Team 25 J.V. Swim Team 2 JANET BIZZARRI Jan E-Room Activities 45 G.A.A.2, 35 Homecoming Committee 35 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scandal 45 Girls' Basketball 25 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 4 WAYNE BLACK Wayne Boys' Gym Leaders 35 Language Lab Assistant 25 Orchestra 25 Wrestling 2 JOHN BLASSINGAME John Big Show 3, 45 Computer Club 45 Cross Country 35 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Football 2, 45 J.V. Football 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 35 Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Political World Affairs Club 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Track 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 25 Wrestling Club 3, 4 JOHN BLOCK John Transfer Student 4 JAMES BOCK Jim Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 DEBORAH BOHANON Debbie F.N.C. 25 F.T.A.3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Linquist Club 25 National Honor Society 4 DONALD BOKOR Don Folk Club 45 Linquist Club 3, 4 LAWRENCE BOLE Larry Cross Country 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 Science Seminar 35 National Honor Society4 KATHLEEN BOLON Kathv F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 25 Linquist Club 2, 35 Friendship Y-Teen 45 Red Cross 45 National Honor Society 4 JEFFE RY BOOMS Jeff Basketball 2, 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Track 2, 3, 4 KAREN BOOTH Karen JACK BO RDE N Jack ANSELMO BOREAVE Sam SUSAN BORK Sue PAMELA BOSCO Pam Big Show 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 D.E.C.A. 45 Spring Play 2, 35 Fall Play 2, 35 Student Council Representative 35 Winter Play 3 ROBE RTA BOSCO Robbie BERNARD BOZAK Bernie DIANE BRADLEY Diane Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 WALTER BRADY Walter Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders'2, 3, 45 Radio Club 2, 3, 4 GEORGE NICHOLAS BRAIDICH George Camera Club 45 Radio Club 3, 4 JEAN BRAY Jeannie Big Show 2,3,45 E-Room Activities 3,45 Junior Cabinet 3, Majorette Club 25 National Forensic League 2, Prom Committee 3,45 Senior Cabinet 45 Spectrum 2,3, Spirits 4, Stafecraft 45 Student Council Representative 3,45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3,45 Voice of Art 3 GARY BREEDEN Gary WILLIAM BREZNAY Bill Big Show 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 J.V. Football 25 Key Club 3, 45 Let'termen's Club 45 Political Affairs Club 35 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Wrestling 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 WILLIAM L. BRIGDEN Bill Camera Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Head Photographer 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 45 l.O.S. 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 3, President 35 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Committee Chairman 3, Board Member 35 Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Panther of the Month 45 Prom Committee 3, 4, Chairman 35 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 J.V. Swim Team 2 ANITA BROMMER Anita Cooperative Office Education 45 F.B.L.A. 3 LYNN BROOKS Lynn American Field Service 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 Friendship Y-Teen 45 National Honor Society 4 VAUGHN BROTHERS Vaughn J.V. Swim Team 2, 3 FRANK T. BROWN Frank TERRI BROWN Terri Folk Club 35 Movie Club 3, 45 National Forensic League 3, 4 CHRISTINE ANN BRUNNER Christy CONSTANCE BRUNNER Connie Cooperative Office Education 45 Friendship Y-Teen2 I PETEFLBUCCILLI Pete LYNDA BUCHHOLZ Lynn Choral Masters 3, 45 F.N.C. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Friendship Y-Teen 3, 45 Spirits 4 REBECCA BUCHWALD Becky Cooperative Office Education 4 ROBE RTA BUCHWALD Bobbie JANE BUCKNOT Jane Transfer Student 35 Eucuyo 3, 45 Folk Club 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Spectrum 3, 4 SUSAN BUIKUS Sue Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 2 PATRICIA BURNS Pat Friendship Y-Teen 2 JOSEPH BURYA Joe Transfer Student 25 Computer Club 4 ROLAND BUSSER Rolly Baseball 3, 45 National Forensic League 35 Spirits 3, 4 RAYMOND BUTTICCI Ray DEBORAH BUZA Deborah DOUGLAS CABLE Doug Football 35 J.V. Football 25 Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 45 Swim Team 45 J.V. Swim Team 2, 3 SUSAN CAHILL Susan CAROL CAIMI Carol Language Lab Assistant 45 Friendship Y-Teen Club 2 KAREN CALABRESE Karen F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 3 FRANK CAMLOH Frank Choral Masters 3, 45 Cross Country 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Track 2, 3 DEBRA CAPE LLA Debbie F.T.A. 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Junior Class Officers 35 Majorette Club 25 Prom Committee 35 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Friendship Y-Teen 2 NICK CAPRETTA Nick Cross Country 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 DEBORAH CARDUCCI Debbie Cooperative Office Education 45 F.B.L.A. 3 PETER CARDULLIAS Pete Football 2, 35 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 35 Key Club 25 Student Council Representative 25 J.V. Swim Team 2 MARGARET CARLSON Maggi Concert Band 2, 35 Humanities East 3, 45 Literary Seminar 45 National Honor Society 45 Science Seminar 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Stagecraft 2 SHE LDON CARPENTER Sheldon Student Council Representative 4 DIANE CATANESE Diane Folk Club 3, 45 F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 Majorette Club 2, 35 Movie 3, 45 Pink Panthers 3 GARY CAVATINO Gary J,V. Football 25 J.V. Wrestling 2 JAMES CE RME LJ James Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 35 Track 3 DIANE CESEN Diane Cooperative Office Education 4 SHARON CHE RASO Sharon G.A.A. 2 243 LOUIS CHOS Lou Cadet Band 25 Computer Club 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 P.A. Club 2, 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3 KEN CHUDZIK Ken Football 45 J,V. Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Lettermen's 45 Movie Club 45 Track 2, 3 DIANNE MARIE CHURNEY Marie Mixed Choir 2, Friendship Y-Teen 2, G.A.A. 2 JOSEPH CIOMEK Joe Choral Masters 3, 45 E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 2 DEBORAH CIRINO Debbie DEBORAH CLARK Debby F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 4: Ski Club 25 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Represen- tative 3, 45 Swim Show 3, 45 Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 45 Wai Napolo 3, 4 TIMOTHY CLARK Tim Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 4 KATHLEEN CLEMENS Kathy BETH CLIMO Beth Big Show 35 Cheerleaders 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Sophc more Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 45 Home- coming Committee 35 National Honor Society 45 Prom Committee 35 Girls' Volleyball 25 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Winter Festival Oueen 4 WAYNE CLOUGH Wayne WESLEY MILLER COLLINS Wes Cadet Band 25 Choral Masters 45 Concert Band 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Eucuyo 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 35 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 45 International Quill and Scroll 35 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Marching Band 2, 35 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Panther of the Month 45 Pep Band 25 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Youth For Christ 4 JOHN COLLURA John Soccer4 THOMAS COLLURA Tom American Field Service 3, 4, President 45 Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 35 Euclidian Training Club 25 Folk Club 25 Key Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Soccer 35 Student Council Executive Board 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 MICHAEL COMERFORD Mike Transfer Student 4 BARBARA ANN COMPORT Barb Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 KATHLEEN COOK Kathy F.B.L.A. 45 Ski Club 4 SHIRLEY COOK Shirley Ad Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 3: Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Humanities East 45 Linquist Club 2, 3, 4: Friendship Y-Teen 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society 4 THOMAS COOKE Torn Big Show 25 Book Store 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Fall Play 35 Stagecraft 2, 31 Winter Play 3 DEAN RICHARD COOLIDGE Dean Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 35 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 35 Swim Show 45 J.V. Swim Team 2 THOMAS COOPER Tom Choral Masters 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Folk Club 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, National Forensic League 3, 4 JAN DE BLY Jan DIANA COPPE RS Diana F.T.A. 2, 3 GRANT CORBETT Grant LINDA CORNWELL Linda BARBARA CORRELL Barb RICHARD COTTON Rick DENNIS COUGHLIN Denny Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Foremen's Club 4, Radio Club 2, 3 RICHARD COZART Rick Key Club 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Linquist Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4 JACK CRAIGS Jack E-Room Activities 4, Football 4, J.V. Football 2, Junior Cabinet 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Senior Class Officer 4, Student Council Representative 3, Track 2,3 LEONARD CRAWFORD Len Key Club 2, 3, 4 THOMAS CRAWFORD Tom DEBORAH CROMBIE Debbie JANET CRONE Janet American Field Service 3, 4, Student Abroad 3, Concert Band 2, 3, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, I.O,S. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4 JAMES CROSSON Jim RANDOLPH CRUPPER Randy PATRICIA CUCHIARA Patti National Forensic League 4, Prom Committee 4, Senior Scandal 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Stagecraft 3, Youth Power 3, 4 FREDERICK CUEVAS Fred F.B.L.A. 4 THOMAS CURTIS Tom Ski Club 3, 4, Spirits 4 ROXANNE CUTSHALL Rocky Homecoming Court 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 4 RAY DACAFI Ray CAROL DANN Cari Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Swim Show 3, 4, Swim Leaders 3, 4, Wai Napolo 3, 4 KENNETH DARDIS Ken JANE DAUCHY Janie G.A.A. 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Spirits 4, Swim Show 2, 4, Swim Leaders 4, Voice of Art 4: Wai Napolo 4 MADE LINE ANN DAVID Madeline G.A.A. 2, Friendship Y-Teen 2, Spirits 4 ELLEN DAVIS Ellen American Field Service 2, 3, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Photo Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, Historian 4, l.O.S. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Linquist Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4 MARTHA DAVIS Martha G.A.A. 2, Girls' Basketball 2, 4, Girls' Volleyball 4 JACOUELINE DAY Jackie F.N.C. 2, Majorettes 4, Majorette Club 2, 3, Majorette Substitutes 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2 KATHLEEN DEBELJAK Kathy MICHAEL DEBEVEC Mike Computer Club 4, Vice-President 4, Concert Band 2, 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Copy Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Humanities East 3, 4, I.O.S. 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Secretary 4, Service Chairman 3, Linquist Club 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 4, National Forensic League 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teen 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 3, Spirits 4 JANE DECATUR Jane American Field Service 2, 3, 4, Computer Club 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4, Senior Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, l.O.S. 3, 4, Linquist Club 2, 3, Literary Seminar 4, Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Marching Band 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 2, 3 LINDA DECKER Linda Transfer Student 4 ROBIN DEEGAN Robin Folk Club 2, National Forensic League 2, Spec- trum 2, Student Council Representative 2 BRUCE DEISTE R Bruce JOHN DE LANGIS John SUZANNE DE LSANTE R Suzanne Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teen 4, Student Council Representative 4 PHILLIP DELUCA Phil DAVID DE MOJZES Dave Choral Masters 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 3, Boy's Gym Leaders 3, Lettermen's Club 4, Student Council Represen- tative 2 DOROTHY DENGEL Dorothy FRANK DENGEL Frank DIANE DENISON Diane American Field Service 4, Computer Club 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4 SAM DERBY Sam Football 4 DENNIS DE RGANC Dennis MARYJEAN DE TOMASO Maryjean Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 3: Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, Girl's Basket- ball 2 LYNN DETWEILER Lynn 244 LORETTA DEVINE Retta DENNIS DE VINEY Dennis Choral Masters 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, E-Room Activities 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, Boys' Swim Leaders 4, Senior Scandal 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2 LINDA DEZELON Linda GLENN DI BIASIO Glenn LINDA DICKI Linda LINDA DIECKMANN Linda Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4: Ski Club 3 MARY ELLEN DIENES Mary Big Show 2, Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Pep Band 3, Ski Club 4, Girl's Field Hockey 2, Stagecraft 2, Swim Show 4, Girls' Swim Leaders 4, Wai Napolo 4 ROBERTA DI LL Bobbie Transfer Student 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 4, Linquist Club 4, Ski Club 4, Youth Council on Human Relations 4 KATHLEEN DIPKO Kathy ANTOINETTE DI SANTO Toni Book Store 3, 4, Cadet Band 2, Marching Band 2, National Honor Society 4 KAREN DOAK Karen G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girl's Volleyball 4, Girl's Softball 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3, Survey Business Staff 4 DUANE DOBLAR Duane Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, Track 2, 3, 4 FRANK DOBLEKAR Frank Basketball 2, Foreman's Club 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 DAVID KEITH DODGE Dave Transfer Student 3 RAYMOND DOEHRING Ray D.E.C.A. 4 .IANIS DOHERTY Janis G.A.A. 2, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Humanities East 4, Girl's Volleyball 2, Girl's Track 2, Girl's Field Hockey 2, Youth Council on Human Re- lations 3 KEITH DOLE Keith Big Show 4, Key Club 4, P.A. Club 4: Spring Play 4, Fall Play 4, Swim Show 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4, Voice of Art 4 THOMAS RICHARD DOLTER Tom Folk Club 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, Survey Training Club 2, Youth Council on Human Relations 4 MICHAEL DONLIN Mike JANET DONOVAN Janet Transfer Student 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Pink Panthers 3 WILLIAM DORNBUSCH Bill HE LLEN DOUGHERTY Hellen Big Show 4: Choral Masters 3, Eucuyo 4, Folk Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Spring Play 4, Fall Play 4, Varsity Chorale 4, Voice of Art 4, Vice-President 4, Winter Play 4 DIANE DRAGOLICH Diane Pink Panther 3 CHARLES DRAKE Charles CHARLES DRAZDIK Chuck WILLIS ANN DREISBACH Willis Ann Computer Club 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Radio Club 35 Girl's Field Hockey 25 Spectrum 3 FRANK DREMEL Frank Bowling 25 Football 25 Foreman's Club 25 ln- dustrial Arts Teachers Club 25 Ski Club 25 Youth Power 2 SUSAN DRITZ Sue Euclidian Business Staff 45 Majorette Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Senior Class Officer 45 Spirits 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Student Council Repre' sentative 3, 45 Winter Festival Court 2 JOSEPH DUDEK Joe Cross Country 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Track 25 Youth Power 2, 3, 4 ROBERT DUDEK Robert JANE DUNBAR Jane Big Show 3, 45G.A.A.3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Girl's Field Hockey 3 DIANE DUNBAR Diane G.A.A. 35 Humanities East 45 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Ski Club 4 GUY DUNN Guy Computer Club 45 Football 25 Swim Team 25 J.V. Swim Team 2 MARK DVORAK Mark E-Room Activities 35 Football 2 MICHAEL DWORNING Mike GEORGE DZURA George RICHARD EDER Rich Football 2, 35 J.V. Football 25 Homecoming Com- mittee 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3 HARRlETEGLlN Hedy American Field Service 35 Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 F.N.C. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 l.Q.S. 3, 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Pep Band 35 Senior Scandal 45 Sunley Business Staff 2, 3, 45 Survey Training Club 2 THEODORE EHLERT Ted Camera Club 2 ROBERT ELDER Robert Cross Country 45 Radio Club 35 Track 3, 4 KAREN EMERICK Karen Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 25 Horizon 2, 35 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Spirits 35 Student Council Representative 3 BURTON EMIG Burton Radio Club 3, 4 DONALD EMME RT Don DEBBIE ERDMAN Debbie Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Girl's Basketball 2, 35 Girl's Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Girl's Field Hockey 2, 3 LINDA ERSKINE Linda THOMAS ERWIN Tom FRED ESSEX Fred D.E.C.A. 45 Swim Team 35 J.V. Swim Team 2 JEFFREY FAGAN Jeff J.V. Basketball 25 Choral Masters 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Track 2, 3, 4 MARJORIE FENNELL Margie Cheerleaders 3, 45 Cheerleader Substitites 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 35 Friendship Y-Teen 25 Ski Club 4 DARLENE FERRARA Dar Ski Club 4 FRANK FERRATO Frank CATHERINE FICERE Cath Majorette Club 2, 35 Student Council Represen- tative 2, 3 SUSAN FIKE Sue American Field Service 45 F.T.A. 2, 3. 45 SODNO- more Mixed Choir 25 Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 4 DIANA FINK Diana Choral Masters 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Friendship Y-Teen Club 25 Girl's Field Hockey 25 Girl's Softball 2 PATRICK FIORELLI Pat Computer Club 45 Folk Club 4 RICHARD FIORELLI Rick Eucuyo 2, 3 CALVERT FISHER Cal E-Room Activities 45 Soccer 3,4 PAUL FISTER Paul Folk Club 2 PATRICK FOY Pat Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Forensic League 3, 45 Pep Band 2,3, 4 SANDRA FRABOTTA Sandy JANET FRANCIS Jan Friendship Y-Teen Club 45 Ski Club 4 KAREN FRANK Karen Choral Masters 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linquist Club 25 Friendship Y-Teen Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 National Honor Society 4 KENNETH FRANK Ken Chess Club 25 Baseball 3, 45 J.V. Baseball 25 Com- puter Club 45 E-Room Activities 35 Gymnastics Club 25 Lettermen's Club 35 Science Seminar 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA FRANK Pat Cooperative Office Education 4 ROBERT FRIEDEL Bob E-Room Activities 25 Homecoming Committee 45 National Forensic League 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 4 RUDOLF FRUEBOES Rudy MARIE FUGINA Marie Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 245 RONALD GADISH Ron J.V. Wrestling 2 ERNEST GALLO Ernie Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 4, Wrestling 25 J.V. Wrestling 2 DEBORAH GALLOWAY Debbie American Field Service 35 Choral Masters 3, 45 G.A.A, 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Human- ities 3,45 Junior Cabinet 35 Junior Class Officer 3, Vice President, Linquist Club 2, 35 Literary Semin- ar 45 National Forensic League 2, 4, Vice President 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Prom Com- mittee 35 Girl's Field Hockey 25 Student Council Representative 45 Fall Play 4 KATHRYN GAMBER Kathy G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 Girls' Leaders Club 45 Movie Club 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Girl's Volleyball 35 Girl's Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 JOHN GANNON John Transfer Student 3 JUDlTH MARIE GANSEN Judy National Honor Society 45 Friendship Y-Teen 4 DONALD GANT Don Choral Masters 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 WALTER DAVID GARLING Dave Key Club 3, 4 MICHAELEEN GARTROZA Mickey F.B.L,A. 3, 45 Home Economics Club 35 Pink Panthers 35 Survey Business Staff 4 GEORGE GAST George Choral Masters 3, 45 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Soccer 35 Track 2, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 BARBARA GATES Barb Eucuyo 4 PATRICK GAVIN Pat Track 2 LINDA GAWEL Linda G.A.A. 2, 35 Girl's Volleyball 25 Girl's Field Hockey 2, 3 PAULETTE GELLER Paulette Friendship Y-Teen 4 BRUCE GEMMELL Bruce CHARLES GENARO Charlie DONALD GEORGE Don WAYNE GEPHART Wayne MARTHA GEYER Mal'lY Youth Power 4 LINDA GIBBONS Linda Cooperative Office Education 45 Majorette Club 2, 3 RALPH GIBSON Ralph Cadet Band 2, 35 Concert Band 4 CHARLOTTE GILLESPIE Char Cooperative Office Education 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Youth For Christ 2 IRENE GISHNOCK IYEUG JERRY GLICK Jerry J.V, Baseball 25 Cadet Band 2, 45 Chess Club 2, 35 National Forensic League 4 DALE GLICKER Dale Key Club 2, 3, 4 JOY GLIHA JOY Transfer Student 35 Humanities East 35 Voice of Art 3, 4, President 4 CHERYL GLUBISH Cheryl Braille Club 45 Cadet Band 2, 35 Concert Band 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Medical Careers Club 45 Pep Band 3 BARBARA ANN GORDOS Barb Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Vice President 35 l.O.S. 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Survey Editoral Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 45 Survey Training Club 2, 3 JENNY LOU GRABITZ Jenny F.N,C. 2, 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 4 MICHAEL GRAHAM Mick Football 25 J,V. Football 25 Track 2, 3 DAVE GRANCHI Dave WILLIAM GRANT Bill Transfer Student 35 Chess Club 3, 45 Football 45 Key Club 45 Ski Club 45 Fall Play 45 Winter Play 3 DEBORAH HAVERLOCK Debbie ROBERT GRASSGREEN Bob Spirits 3, 4 GEOFFREY GREER Jeff Fore:-nen's Club 2 LlNDA GREER Linda DENISE GRESSLEY Denise Voice of Art 3, 4 SHIRLEY GRIFFIS Shirley Cooperative Office Education 45 F.B.L.A. 35 Soph- omore Mixed Choir 2 CYNTHIA GRIMSIC Cindy STEPHEN PATRICK GRON Steve GARY GRUM Gary Computer Club 45 Humanities East 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4 FREDERICKCGRUPE Fred E-Room Activities 25 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 F.T.A. 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 Track 3, 4 NANCY GUBANC Nancy Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Pep Band 3 GARY GUDAITIS Gary Computer Club 4 RONALD GUENTHER Ron Baseball 25 J.V, Baseball 25 Student Council Repre- sentative 3 GAIL GUGLIOTTA JANICE GUSTETIC Gail Jan Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 F.T.A 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4 STEVEN HADYK Steve JOYCE HAFFER Joyce American Field Service 3, 45 F.T.A.2, 3, 45 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2, 35 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 25 National Honor Society 4 SHEREEN HAGBERG Sherri Folk Club 2, 35 Movie Club 3, 45Ski Club 2, 35 Spring Play 3: Fall Play 45 Stagecraft 45 Winter Play 4 MICHELLE HAHN Michelle MADELYNN HALL Lynn Euclidian Training Club 25 Junior Cabinet 35 Major- ette Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Spectrum 25 Survey Training Club 25 Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3, 4 RITA HALSEY Rita E-Room Activities 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Homecoming Committee 3: National Honor Society 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Represent- ative 2, 35 Swim Show 3, 45 Swim Leaders 3, 45 Wai Napolo 3, 45 Spirits 3, 4, Treasurer 4 ANN HANAK Annie Choral Masters 3, 45 F.N.C. 45 G.A,A. 45 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 25 Humanities East 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 PAUL HANLEY Paul Transfer Student 3 BRUCE HANNAN Bruce Transfer Student 4 KENNETH HANSON Kenneth J.V. Football 25 Wrestling 2 DAVID HARPER David CHERYL MARIE HASKO Cheryl KENNETH LEE HASSINK Ken Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 4, Senior Class Officer 4, President 45 Spirits 45 Swim Show 3, 4 RICHARD HAUSER Rich Chess Club 25 Computer 45 Football 45 J.V. Foot- ball 25 Ski Club 45 Spirits 3, 45 Stamp Club 45 Soccer 35Track 2 Folk Club 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 2, 35 F,T.A. 2, 3, 45 Soph- omore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum 2 PATRICE HAVERBERG Pat E-Room Activities 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 G,A,A. 25 Linquist Club 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Fall Play 2 GREGORY HAY Gregory MARILYN HAYNES Marel A.F.S. 35 Eucuyo 4, Circulation Manager 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 N,F.L. 45 Political World Affairs 45 Senior Scandal 45 Spectrum 35 Fall Play 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 WILLIAM HEGEDUS Bill Football 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 IVIAUREEN HEID Mo Folk Club 45 F.B.L.A, 35 Ski Club4 ROBERT HE LM Robert Basketball 45 Cadet Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 45 Track 4 246 PATRICIA HELMICK Patricia JOAN LESLIE HENDERSON Joan Big Show 35 Eucuyo 3, 45 F.T.A. 25 Humanities East 35 Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Political World Affairs Club 3, 4, President 45 Spectrum 3 RONALD HENDY Ron DOUGLAS HENNIE Doug J.V. Football 25 Spirits 2 DEBORAH HENSON Debby F.T.A. 45 G.A.A, 35 Friendship Y-Teens 25 M.C.C. 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 3, 4 JANICE HERP KATHERINE HERSH Kathy Braille Club 45 Friendship Y-Teens 45 Human Re lations Seminar 35 Ski Club 2, 3 DAVA HERSKOWITZ Dava Transfer Student 45 F.T.A. 45 National Forensic League 45 Spectrum 4 JOANN HIGNITE Jo Folk Club 45 Language Lab Assistant 3, 45 Girl's Volleyball 4 JAMES HINDE Jim Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Letter- men's Club 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Science Seminar 3: J.V. Tennis 2, 35 Varsity Tennis 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2,3 PHYLLIS HINTON Phil IVIARIAN HODDER Marian Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 National Honor Society 45 Spirits 45 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 STEPHEN HOE DT Steve Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 2, 4 PATRICIA HOERNIG Patti Ski Club 2 NANCY HOFFMAN Nancy Medical Careers Club 45 Stagecraft 3, 4 DEBORAH HORNSBY Debbie Folk Club 2, 3,4 KATHLEEN HORVAT Kathy Book Store 25 National Honor Society 45 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2, 35 Spectrum 3 BRENT HOWE Brent Soccer 45 Track 2 TOMAS HRASTAR Tom Student Council Representative 2 JERRY HUBACKA Jerry Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Survey Business Staff 35 Track 2, 3 WILLIAM HUFFNIAN Bill Computer Club 45 Humanities East 4: Key Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 J.V. Tennis 2, 3 JACQUELINE HULEWICZ Jackie Folk Club 45 F.N.C. 45 Movie Club 45 Pink Panthers 2 EDWARD HUMBERT Edward STEVEN HUNN Steve Folk Club 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4 SKYE HURLBURT Skye Ad Club 2, 3, 43 Big Show 3, 43 Cheerleader Substi- tutes 23 Choral Masters 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Humanities East 3, 43 Spirits 4: Varsity Chorale 43 Drama Workshop 3 LINDA HYLE Linda Humanities East 43 Linquist Club 2, 33 Specturm 2, 3 GEORGE WILLIAM HYNES Bill Spring Play 2: Fall Play 2 ARTHUR IACOFONO Art Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 33 Football 2, 3: J.V. Football 2, 33 Boys' Gym Leaders 33 Boys' Swim Leaders 33 Language Lab Assistant 23 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3: J.V. Wrestling 2 RANEE IAFELICE lafy Friendship Y-Teen 23 G.A.A. 23Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 33Student Council Representative 2 KAREN ICKE Karen Choral Masters 3, 43 F.T.A. 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Spirits 4: Student Council Representative 3, 43 Swim Show 43 Swim Leaders 43 Wai Napolo 4 NATALIE ILG Nat F.N.C. 43 F.T.A. 43 G.A,A. 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Spectrum 3, 4 STEPHEN INTIHAR Steve STUART IRVINE Stu Folk Club 3, 4 ROBERT JAFFE Bob Foremen's Club 3, 4 ARTHUR JAKLIC Art Big Show 23 Spring Play 23 Fall Play 2 RICHARD HENRY JAMES Hank Football 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football 23 Boys' Gym Leaders 33 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 J.V. Wrestling 2 KRISTINA JANKUS Kris G.A.A. 23 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Ski Club 2: Girls' Basketball 33 Girls' Volleyball 2, 33 Girls' Track 2, 3, 43 Student Council Representative 3, 4 JOSEPH JANOSIK Joey Stagecraft 23 Winter Play 2 NANCY JARCHOW Nance American Field Service 3, 4: Choral Masters, 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 33 Linquist Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Prom Committee 3: Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2, 3 ARLENE JASKY Arlene Choral Masters 3, 43 Folk Club 23 F.B.L.A. 33 G.A.A. 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Girls' Volley- ball 3 MARYANN JELENIC Maryann Friendship Y-Teens 43 F.T.A. 43 Student Council Representative 4 THERESA JERAN Terri BARBARA JERLE Barbara National Honors Society 4 JAMES JERIC James LAURA JEWETT Laurie American Field Service 23 Cheerleaders 43 Euclidian Training Club 33 Folk Club 23 Friendship Y-Teens 2, 33 G.A.A. 23 Homecoming Committee 33 Prom Committee 3, 43 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Spirits 3, 43 Student Council Representative 3, 43 Swim Show 3, 43 Swim Leaders 3, 43 Wai Napolo 3, 43 National Honor Society 4 RONALD JOZESKI Ronald CRAIG JOHNSON Craig Chess Club 2, 33 E'Room Activites 2, 3, 43Sopho- more Mixed Choir 23 Golf 3, 43 Key Club 2, 33 Magnum Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 4 JERRI JOHNSON Jerri BRADLEY JONES Bradley EARL JONES Earl PAUL KACPRZAK Paul Ski Club4 LINDA KADLEC Lin Euclidian Training Club 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 F.N.C. 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 23 G,A,A. 2, 33 Majorette Club 2, 33 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Spirits 43 Survey Train- ing Club 2, 3 NANCY JEAN KADUNC Nance Choral Masters 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 3: Majorettes 3, 4, Capt. 43 Maiorette Club 2, 3, 4: Majorette Subsitiutes 33 National Honor Society 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Spirits 3, 43Student Council Repre- sentative 33 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 JAMES KAIM Jim Book Store 2, 33 Radio Club 3 LESLIE KALAN Les Big Show 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 E-Room Activities 43 G.A.A. 23 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Or- chestra 3, 43 Pit Band 3, 43 Ski Club 2, 43 Girls' Basketball 23 Spirits 43 Student Council Repres sentative 2 STANLEY KALA SUNAS JR. Stanley ARTHUR KALLAL Dave Magnum Club 2 MARK KAPEC Mark FRANK KAPARIC Frank Foreman's Club 4, Vice-President 4 GEORGETTA KAPARIC George F.B.L.A. 43 Pink Panthers 33 Survey Business Staff 4 JANICE KAPUDJA Janice Friendship Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 23 Ski Club 2, 4 SUSAN KAPUDJA Sue G.A.A. 23 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 TERRANCE KARDA TerrY Computer Club 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Membership Chairman 33 Lettermen's Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Science'Seminar 3, 43 Ski Club 2, 33 Soccer 23 Tennis 3, 4, Captain 43 Tennis J.V. 2, 3 DALE KARDOS Otto 247 GEORGE KARLAN George Big Show 23 Eucuyo 3, 4, Assistant Editor 43 Humanities East 4: Key Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 43 Science Seminar 3, 43 Soccer 3: Stagecraft 3: Winter Play 33 Youth Council on Human Relations4 BETTY KEELER Peggy A.F.S. 43 Eucuyo 3, 43 Humanities East 4: Linquist Club 23 Literary Seminar 43 Medical Careers Club 43 Political World Affairs Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Senior Scandal 43 Spectrum 3, 43 Student Council Representative 3, 4 CYNTHIA KELLY Cindy Book Store 23 Choral Masters 3, 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Humanities East 43 Spectrum 3: Student Council Representative 33 Swim Show 2, 3, 4: Swim Leaders 2, 3, 43 Voices of Art 43 Wai Napolo 4 ROBERT KELLEY Rock BRUCE KEMP Bruce KEITH KERN Keith Key Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Political World Affairs Club 3, 4: Science Seminar 3, 4 CYNTHIA KERSHAW Cindy Choral Masters 43 F.T.A. 43 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Linquist Club 2, 3, 43 Majorettes 3, 43 Majorette Club 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Swim Show 3, 43 Swim Leaders 3, 4: Talent Scouts E,H.S. 33 Wai Napolo 3, 4 TIMOTHY KERZISNIK Tim Football 4 RICHARD KIPP Rich Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4 DALE KIRCHNER Dale J.V. Football 2 KATHRYN KIRK Kitty Transfer Student 3 SALLY KIRK Sally THEODORE KITSOSJR, Jay ERIC KLEIN Rick Cross Country 33 Tennis 23 Track 3 JEAN KLEIN A.F.S.3,43Big Show 33 Choral Masters 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 G.A.A. 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 23 Linquist Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4: Girla' Volleyball 3: Swim Show 43 Swim Leaders 43 Wai Napolo 4 HERBERT KLICH Herb Stagecraft 2, 3, 4 JOHN KLOPOVIC John Choral Masters 33 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2: Humanities East 2, 33 Key Club 2, 3 BEATRICE KLUSKA Bea JOSEPH KNACK Joe DOUGLAS KNAUS DOUQ Cross Country 3, 43 Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 43Ski Club 3,43 Spirits 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: J.V. Wrestling 2, 33 Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4 KAREN KNAUS KBVSFI D.E.C.A, 4 BARBARA KNEALE Barbara Cooperative Office Education 4 PAUL KOBILSEK Paul Chess Club 2, 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Wrestling J,V, 2 SCOTT KOFFEL Scott Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Track 2, 3, 4 LINDA KOKAL Koko SHARON KOLB Sherry Student Council Representative 3 MARCIA KOLJAT Marcy Transfer Student 35 Friendship Y-Teens 45 Ski Club 4 RICHARD KOMARA Rick GARY KOPEC Gary Transfer Student 35 Chess Club 3, 45 Computer Club 4, President 45 Movie Club 3, 45 Radio Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 Science Seminar 3, 4 NORMA KOROSEC Norma Friendship Y-Teens 25 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 35 Student Council Representative 3 ANDREW KORTA Andy Transfer Student 35 Foreman's Club 4 CLIFFORD KORT Clifford WILLIAM KORTHALS Korth Cross Country 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 Home- coming Committee 35 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Student Council Representative 45 Track 2, 3, 4 RICHARD KORZENIOWSKI Korz Choral Masters 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Golf 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Langauge Lab Assistant 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Linquist Club 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Spirits 45 Soccer 3, 45 Student Council Representa- tive 2 JANET KOS Janet E-Room Activities 2 GARY KOSEC Gary MICHAEL KOSKY Mike DONNA KOSTELNIK Donna Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 Student Council Representative 4 LYNN KOTNIK Lynn National Honor Society 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 Student Council Representative 25 Var- sity Chorale 4, Youth Council on Human Relations 4 JAMES KRAKORA Jim STEPHEN KRAL Steve Computer Club 45 Magnum Club 3, 4 BEVERLY KRAL Bev E-Room Activities 45 Ski Club 3,45 Student Coun- cil Representative 2 CAROL KRAUSE Carol Transfer Student 3 DOUGLAS KRAVOS Doug ALICE KREIT Alice Big Show 35 E-Room Activities 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Junior Cabinet 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Spirits, 3, 4, Vice President 4 FRANK KREN Frank Book Store 2, 3, 4 WALT KRENSIKY Walt Chess Club 25 D.E.C.A. 25 Magnum Club 25 Movie Club 2 GARY KFIIVOK Gary JOSEPH KRNC Joe Chess Club 2, 3, 45 Computer Club 4 KENNETH KUCINSKI Ken Movie Club 25 Spirits 2, 3, 4 ROBERT KURET Bob ADRIENNE KUST Adie F.B.L.A. 4 CYNTHIA LALLY Cindy Fiendship Y-Teens 35 Ski Club 3 JAMES LARDIN Jim SUSAN LARICK Sue Folk Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Friendship Y-Teens 35 Or- chestra 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Stagecraft 35 Swim Leaders 45 Spirits 4 JOSEPH LEHMAN Joe WILLIAM LEHMANN Bill Transfer Student 25 E-Room Activities 4 SANDRA LEICHER Sandra Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 LAURA LEIGHTON Laura Friendship Y-Teens 25 Homecoming Committee 35 Junior Cabinet 35 Prom Committee 35 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3 ROBERT LEMMO Bob Cross Country 2, 35 Boy's Gym Leader 35 Track 2 LYNN LEOTTA Lynn Euclidian Business Staff 45 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 Language Lab Assistant 4 JOANN LEPPERT Lep Cheerleaders 2, 4, Captain 45 E4RoomActivities 25 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Homecoming Court 45 Home- coming Committee 35 I.O.S. 3, 45 Language Lab Assistant 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Panther of the Month 45 Ski Club 35 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3 CAROL LESIAK Carol Cadet Band 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 3, 4: G.A.A. 3: Major- ette Club 35 Ski Club 45 GirI's Volleyball 25 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 DAVID LEWIS Dave Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 Choral Masters 3, 45 Football 45 J.V. Football 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Track 25 Youth for Christ 2 LINDA LEWIS Linda SUSAN LEWIS Sue WAYNE LEYBECK Wayne SHARON LIPKO Sharon MICHAEL LISKO Mike LAURENCE LITTLE Larry Track 2 PATRICIA KOTNIK Pat ROBERT PHILIP KOTNIK Bob THOMAS KOVACH Tgm GEORGE KOVACIC John Foreman Club4 BARBARA KOWICKI Barb LAURIE KOZAR Lgurie DENNIS LASEAK Dennis CHE RYL LASER Cherie Choral Masters 35 E'Room Activities 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Humanities East 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Volleyball 2, 35 Girls' Field Hockey 2, 35 Fall Play 45 Student Council Representative 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 45 Var- sity Chorale 4 JOHN LASZCZ John Folk Club 45 Orchestra 2, 35 J.V. Swim Team 2 SUSAN LATCH Sue E-Room Activities 45 Folk Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Majorette Club 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Swim Leaders 4 KENNETH LLOYD Ken Wrestling 3 BONNI LOBDELL Bonni WAYNE LOHMEYER Ron JEAN LOKAR Jeannie American Field Service 2, 35 Choral Masters 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35GirIs' Concert Choir 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 35 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 45 Voice of Art 4 RONALD LOKAR Ron ROBERT LONCHAR Lonch Baseball 3, 45 J.V. Baseball 25 Computer Club 45 E-Room Activities 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. Eucuyo 45 G.A.A. 25 Friendship Y-Teen 25 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Red Cross Club 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 3, 45 Spirtis 45 Winter Play 2, Youth Council on Human Relations 2 MICHAEL LAUGHLIN Mike Baseball 3, 45 J.V. Baseball 25 Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 J.V, Football 2 LINDA LAWRENCE Linda BARBARA LAWRINSON Barbara MATTHEW LAZNI K Matt 248 45 Spirits 3, 4 SHARLENE LOPEZ Sharlene ZOLTAN LORINCZY Zoltan ROBERT LOVE Bob CHRISTINE LOVEJOY Chris MARIA LUCCI Maria DANIEL LUICH Dan PETER LUKACIC Peter Transfer Student 45 Football 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Prom Committee 45 Track 4 LINDA MANTZ MICHELE MARAN Linda Michele Big Show 2, 3, 45 Drama Workshop 2, 3, 45 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 25 Winter Play 2 KENNETH MARINCIC Ken MARY JANE MARINO Mary SAM MARINO Sam Boys' Gym Leaders 4 KATHLEEN MARSH Kathy Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Field Hockey 25 Spectrum 4 SHARON MASEK Sheri ROSEMARIE LUKSIC Rosy Friendship Y-Teens 4 JUDITH LUSTIG Judy Big Show 35 F.N.C. 25 Senior Scandal 45 Winter Play 3 KATHLEEN LUTZ Kathy Transfer Student 35 Prom Committee 4 JAMES LYLE Jim Computer Club 45 Folk Club 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Spirits 3, 4 CONSTANCE M. LYTLE Connie C,O.E. 4, Secretary 45 F.B.L.A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 Friendship Y-Teens 25 National Honor Society 4 BRIAN MACKE Brian Folk Club 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Spirits 3, 45 Soccer 25 Wrestling 2 PAMELA MAHANY Pam Big Show 25 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, President 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 I.O.S. 45 Junior Cabinet 35 N.H.S. 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spectrum 35 Survey Business Staff 2, 35 Survey Training Club 2, 35 Survey Training Club 2, 35 Winter Play 4 JANET MAHUSKY Janet American Field Service 2, 35 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Humanities East 45 Language Lab Assistant 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Counctil Representative 3 MARK MAMRACK Mark Key Club 3, 45 Student Council Representative 45 National Honor Society 4 ABE MAN DZUCH Abe Transfer Student 35 Bowling 3, 45 Coin Club 3, 45 Computer Club 45 Football 35 Science Seminar 35 Spirits Inc. 3, 45Stamp Club 3 IVIICHE LE MANFREDONIA Mickey E-Room Activities 2, 35 Friendship Club 2 GREGORY MANN Greg REBECCA IVIANN Becky Ad Club 2, 3, 45 American Field Service 2, 3,5 Big Show 2, 45 Computer Club 45 Choral Masters 3, 45 Eucuyo 45 Euclidian Business Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committe 35 I.O.S. 45 National Honor Society 45 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scandal 45 Spectrum 25 Student Counctil Repre- sentative 2, 35 Human Relations Seminar 3, 4 LAURA MANTZ Laura LIZBETH MANTZ Libby C.O.E. 4, President 4 Cadet Band 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, Treasurer 35 March- ing Band 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Volleyball 2, 3 NANCY MATES Nanc JUDITH ANN MATJASIC Judy Future Nurses Club 25 F,T.A. 45 G.A.A. 25 Medical Careers Club 45 Pink Panthers 45 Senior Scandal 45 Spirits 45 World Affairs Club 4 KAREN MATOH Karen Friendship Club 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 Homecoming Court 35 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 35 Girls' Basketball 25 Spirits 45 Talent Scouts 4 ANTHONY MAUCERI Tony J.V. Football 2, 35 Baseball 3, 45 Golf 35 Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 2, 3, 4 DENNIS MC BRIDE Dennis Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 35 Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 45 Key Club 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Pit Band 3, 45 Radio Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 45 Science Seminar 2, 35 Talent Scouts 2, 3, 45 Track 2 KENNETH MC CREIGHT Mack Choral Masters 45 Cross Country 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Letterman's Club 45 Orchestra 35 Spirits Inc. 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 ROY MC DONALD Roy DARRYL MC GILL Darryls Camera Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 I.O.S. 3, 45 March- ing Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 J.V. Swim Team 2 JEFFREY MC KEE Jeff Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 4 JUDITH LEAH MC RAE Jude G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Swim Show 3, 45 Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 45 Wai Napolo 3, 45 Winter Festival Court 4 TIMOTHY MC TIGHE Tim D.E.C.A. 4 GREGORY MEASLES Gregory LEEANN MEDEVIC Leeann F.T.A. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Home Economics Club 35 Spectrum 2, 3 249 MICHAEL MEDVES Mike MARIE MEEHAN Marie Big Show 45 Eucuyo 3, 4, Assistant Editor 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 I.O.S, 3, 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant Ediotr 45 Survey Training Club 25 Talent Scouts 45 Winter Play 45 Fall Play 4 ELISABETH MEERTENS Els Foreign Exchange Student 1968-691 American Field Service 45 Book Store 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Executive Board 45 Swim Show 45 Wai Napolo 45 National Honor Society 4 RITA MELTON Rita Friendship Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Ski Club 25 Talent Scouts 2 WILLIAM DANIEL MERRITT Dan DEBRA MERRITT Debbie F.B.L.A. 35 C.O,E, 4 PAT MERVAR Merv D.E,C.A. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 LINDA MESSENGER Messy Friendship Y-Teens 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Youth Power 2, 3 DAVID MEYER Dave Big Show 3, 45 Movie Club 45 Fall Play 2, 4, Stu- dent Council Representative 2, 45 Talent Scouts 4 THOMAS MEZZACAPPA Mez Transfer Student 4 KAREN MICHALSKI Karen C.O.E. 45 Home Economics Club 35 Student Coun- cil Representative 2 SANDRA MIKA Sandy Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 I.Q.S, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 35 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Voice of Art 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4 LINDA MIKLAVCIC Linda F.B.L.A. 2 MARJORIE MIKLAVCIC Margie RICHARD MIKLARIC EDWARD MIKOLIC Ed ELLEN MIKOVICH Ellen Euclidian Busines Staff 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Student Secretary 3, 45 National Honor Society 4 MARILYN ANN MILAVEC Mar Friendship Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linquist Club 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum 35 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 4 SUSAN IVIILAVEC Sue Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 f.N.C. 3, 45 G.A.A, 2. 35 I,O.S. 3, 45 Friendship Y-Teen 3, 4 CHARLES MILLER JACQUELINE MILLER JBCKI9 JAYNE ELAINE MILLER - J3Yn9 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2 RICHARD MILLER Rich Mixed Choir 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Swim Show 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 ROBERT MILLER E-Room Activities 45 Football 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 35 Key Club 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3 CAROL MILTNER Carol F.B.L.A. 45 Homecoming Committee 3 GLORIANNA MINEROVIC Glori Ad Club 3, 45 Majorette Club 2, 35 Prom Commit- tee 35 Friendship Y-Teen 4 RAYMOND P. MlNNlLLO,JR. Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL ALAN MITCH Baseball 3, 45 J.V. Baseball 25 Cadet Band 2, 35 Football 35 .l.V. Football 25 Marching Band 2 MARCIA MLAKAR lvlarcy Friendship Y-Teen 4 GAYLE MOCARSKI Mo E-Room Activities 45 Majorettes 3, 45 Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Talents Scouts 3, 4 ROBERT MODIC Bob MARY LOUISE MOG Mary F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Executive Board 45 National Honor Society 4 KAREN MOHORICH F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir 25 Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 RACHEL ANN MONEY Rae Ann D,E.C.A. 4 ROBERT NIOONEY Moon E-Room Activities 35 Boy's Gym Leaders 2, 35 Spirits 3, 45 Youth Power 2 LUANE MORGAN PHILIP MORLOCK Philip Camera Club 2, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Magnum Club 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 35 Survey Business Staff 45 Survey Training Club 3 PHYLLIS MORRIS Phil C.O.E. 45 F.B.L.A. 2 SUSAN MORRIS Eucuyo 35 F.T.A, 2, 3, 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 Majorette Club 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council Representative 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 45 Survey Training Club 2 GARY MORSE Gary DWIGHT MORTON RODGER MOTISKA Rodger CHARLES MUKAVETZ Chuck Boy's Gym Leaders 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 45 Spirits 3, 45 Voices of Art 45 J.V. Wrestling 2, 35 Wrestling Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2 LARRY MURG Folk Club 3,45 Boy's Gym Leaders 35 Movie Club 2 PHILLIP MURG CAROL ANN MURPHY E-Room Activities 45 F.N.C, 25 G.A.A. 25 Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 45 Majorettes 3, 45 Majorette Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Talent Scouts 3, 4 DALE NAGY Buzzy D.E.C.A. 4 SARA NANTZ Tilly American Field Service 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3, 4 ARTHUR NARDY BARBARA NAWDR American Field Service 35 Big Show 2, 45 Eucuyo 35 Linquist Club 25 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Vice President 3, President 45 Spectrum 2, 35 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4 TIMOTHY NEIDERMEYER Neid Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 E-Room Activi- ties 2, 3, 45 Boy's Gym Leaders 3, 45 Boy's Swim Leader 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Swim Show 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 RICK NEMECEK Computer Club 45 E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Committee 45 National Honor Society 45 Prom Committee 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 2, 35 Swim Show 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 ALAN NEMETH Folk Club 45 Boy's Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Science Seminar 2, 3: Youth Council on Human Relations 4 SUSAN NESBETT Sue Ad Club 3, 45 C.O.E. 45 National Honor Society 4 KATHERINE NETSCHKE Kathy Ad Club 3, 45 American Field Service 35 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 l.O.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 GirI's Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 GARY NEUROHR ANDREA NEWMAN Andy Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Manager 45 Euclidian Training Club 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 l.Q.S. 3, 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 Spirits 3, 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4 GARY NEWMAN Cross Country 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Track 3, 4 PAMELA NEWMAN Pam Choral Masters 45 Spectrum 3 CAROLYN NEWNES Carolyn Big Show 35 Mixed Choir 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Girl's Track 2 DAVID NICKLES Dave ROBERT NIEMCZURA Bob HEIDIMARIE NITSCH Heidi Transfer Student 25 Eucuyo 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 45 l,O.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Prom Committee 45 Spectrum 4 JANE NOLES Jane National Honor Society 4 250 JAMES NOSSE Admiral Chess Club 3, President 35 Computer Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Science Seminar 2 KATHY NOWAKOWSKI Kathy Talent Scouts 2 DAVID NUNGESSER Nungy E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 J.V. Foot- ball 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Key Club 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Hall Guard 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 PAUL NUTTER FAYE NYE Faye Big Show 25 Computer Club 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Linquist Club 25 Ski Club 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 4 CANDACE OBREZA Candy F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Prom Committee 35 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 2 JACK OBREZA Survey Editorial Staff 45 Survey Training Club 3 PATRICK O'CONNELL Pot: JOANNE O'CONNOR Folk Club 45 Talent Scouts 4 BARBARA M. OLOSKY Olushk G.A.A. 35 Friendship Y-Teens 3 CATHY ORAZEN Majorette Club 2, 3 CLAUDIA OREHEK Big Show 2, 35 Computer Club 45 G.A.A. 25 Humanities East 45 Linquist 35 National Forensic League 45 National Honor Society 45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Spectrum 2, 35 Spirits 45 Stagecraft 2, 3, 45 Winter Play 25 Youth Council on Human Rela- tions 4 FAY OSBORNE DIANE OSTERHOLME JOHN OZNOWICH Ox MARLENE PACIC Mar C.O.E. 45 F.N.C. 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Junior Achievement 3, 4, President 4 BARBARA PAGANIE Barb Ski Club 2, 3, 4 SUSAN PALES Sue F.N.C. 2, 3, 45 F,T.A. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4 JOAN PALGUTA Eucuyo 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spectrum 2, 35 Spirits 4 DENNIS PALKO Football 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Fall Play 45 Student Council Representative 4 GERMAINE PALMER Gerfv Cooperative Office Education 45 Survey Editorial Staff 4 ALAN PANCIK DAVID PANICHI CYNTHIA PAPAFIIZOS Cindy J.V. Cheerleader Substitute 25 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 F.T,A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Mixed Choir 35 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 35Ski Club 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representa- tive 3 JAMES PAPP Jim JOSEPH PARISI Joe Big Show 35 Book Store 25 Choral Masters 35 Soph- omore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spirits 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 2, Student Council Executive Board 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Varsity Chorale 4 MARIE PARKS Re FRANKLIN PATTERSON Rupe FRANK PATTON J.V. Baseball 25 J.V. Basketball 2: Computer Club 45 Spirits Inc. 3, 4 DIANE PAULAUSKAS Bones Majorette Club 2 PATRICIA PAVIS Pat G.A.A. 25 National Honor Society 45 Survey Busi- ness Staff 4 PAUL PAVLOVICH Paul E-Room Activities 45 Spirits Inc. 3, 4 JANICE PAWLECHKO Jan National Honor Society 45 Survey Editorial Staff 4 BRENDA PAYER Brendi Folk Club 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 35 Spectrum 2, 35 Survey Training Club 25 Voices of Art 3, 4 JAMES PAYER Jim VIRGINIA PECK JOHN PECON Computer 45 E-Room Activities 45 Spirits Inc. 3, 4 SANDRA PENCA Sandy F.N,C. 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3 DANIEL X. PENNY Dan Fall Play 45 Voices of Art 4 RALPH PER RY ELLEN PESTAIQ F.B.L.A. 45 Friendship Y-Teens 35 Ski Club 3, 4 MARCIA PESTOTNIK G.A.A. 2, 35 Student Council Representative 3 JAMESPETARDI Jim Football 3,45 J.V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 3,45 J.V. Wrestling 2 MARCIA PESTOTNIK G.A.A. 2, 35 Student Council Representative 3 JAMES PETARDI Jim Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 ROBERT PETE RNEL Bob Football 35 J.V. Football 2 BARBARA PETROCHIC Spanky Folk Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 MICHAEL PETRUZZI Mike VALERIE PETTIT Val G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Majorette Club 35 Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Winter Festival Court 3 LORRAINE PFALLER Lolly STEVEN PHELAN Big Show 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 3, Treasurer 35 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Senior Scandal 4, Co-Editor5 Senior Cabinet 45 Spirits 3, 45 Fall Play 45 Soccer 2, 35 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 Talent Scouts 45 Winter Play 2, 3 BRUCE PHILLIPS Concert Band 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Pep Band 2, 35 Prom Committee 3 GERALD PICCIANO Jerry JANET PICCIOTTI Janet F.B.L.A. 4, President ROBE RTA PICCIRILLO Robbie Chess Club 25 Computer Club 25 F.T.A, 25 Linquist Club 2 PAMELA PICOZZI Pitts Folk Club 35 F,N.C. 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 National Forensic League 35 Ski Club 3, 4 DIANA PIETRO Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, President 45 Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spirits 45 Varsity Chorale 4 LINDA PIGNATTIELLO Linda G.A.A. 2, 35 Home Economics Club 2, 35 Stage- craft 3 PAUL PINK VICTORIA PISTONE Vicki Ski Club 3, 4 JANET PLOVOCK Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Survey Business Staff 4 MARIA PLYWACKI Maria Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3 ROBERT PODOBNIKAR Pud Cross Country 35 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Spirits 45 Track 2, 3, 4 JOSEPH POLIS Joe D.E.C.A. 45 J.V. Football 2 CONSTANCE POPOVIC Connie F.B.L,A. 4 MARK POTOCNIK Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Wrestling 3 251 PATRICIA POWERS Pat G.A.A. 2, 35 Home Economics Club 2 STEPHEN PRED Steve Baseball 25 J.V. Baseball 25 Choral Masters 35 Cross Country 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President 45 Lettermen's Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 25 Wrestling Club 4 THOMAS PRENDERGAST Tom CAROLINE LOUISE PRICE Carol Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Identification Editor 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 G,A.A. 25 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 25 I.O.S. 3, 45 Linquist Club 25 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4 GEORGE PROKOPOVICH E-Room Activities 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boy's Gym Leader 3, 45 Boy's Swim Leader 3, 45 Key Club 45 Letter- men's Club 45 Movie Club 25 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Soccer 3, 45 Student Council Representative 35 Swim Show 35 Swim Team 2, 35 J.V. Team 2 DONNA PUNGERCHAR Don RICHARD PUNZAR Rick Big Show 35 Computer Club 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 3, 45 Talent Scouts 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4 FRANCINE RADWANICK Fran D.E.C.A. 4 KATHERINE RANDALL Kathy American Field Service 2, 3, 45 Cadet Band 2, 35 Eucuyo 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 I.O.S. 3, 45 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 Literary Seminar 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council Representative 25 Youth Coun- cil on Human Relations 4 EDWARD REAGAN Ed CHRISTOPHER REECE Chris Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 35 Golf 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 2, 3 PATRICIA YVONNE REESE Pat American Field Service 35 Big Show 35 Choral Masters 45 F.T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 35 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2, 35 Linquist Club 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Talent Soouts 45 Youth For Christ 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL REGAN Mike Folk Club 2, 35 Tennis 2 JEFFREY REICHARD Jeff E-Room Activities 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Com- mittee 35 Key Club 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 National Forensic League 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 3, 4, President 45 Student Council Represen- tative 3, 45 Swim Show 45 Swim Team 2, 35 J.V. Swim Team 2 MARY REICHMAN DAVID REINHARDT Big Show 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 45Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 National Forensic League 2, 45 Spring Play 2, 3, 45 Fall Play 2, 3, 4 CHRISTINE REISINGER F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Language Lab Assistant 35 Prom Committee 35 Spirits 45 Student Council Alternate 3, 4 CHRISTOPHER REXRODE Chris CHESTER REYMANDER CATHERINE RIBAR Kitty G.A.A. 2, I.Q.S. 3, 4: Linquist Club 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, President 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2 MARK RICE WILLIAM RICE Wheat Camera Club 3, Cross Country 2, 3: E-Room Activ- ities 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, Gymnastics Club 2, Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 4, I.Q,S. 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 4, Soccer 2, Student Council Representative 3, J.V. Swim Team 2, Track 2, 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2 THOMAS RICH Tom Football 3, 4, Foreman's Club 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Track 2 ANNE RICHARDS GALE RICHARDSON Big Show 3, 4, Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 32 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Spectrum 2, Youth for Christ 2, 3 MARGENE RICHTER CAROLYN RIDEOUT Choral Masters 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Girl's Concert Choir 2, Youth For Christ 3 KAREN LYNN RIDER Euclidian Business Staff 4, Euclidian Training Club 3, F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 3, National Honor Society 4, Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2 KATHLEEN RIDER JEFFEREY RIEDER Jeff Choral Masters 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2, Key Club 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, N,A.S.S. 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Track 2, 3, 4 EDWARD RITZ Baseball 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2 ANGELINE ROBERS Angie Big Show 4, Choral Masters 4, F.T.A. 3, 4,Sopho- more Mixed Choir 2, 3, Homecoming Committee 3, Horizon 2, 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Friendship Y-Teens 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scandal 4, Ski Club 4, Spirits 4, Spring Play 4, Student Council Representative 4, Talent Scouts 3, 4, Winter Play 4 BETTY JANE ROBERTS BJ Spirits 4, Swim Show 4, Girls' Swim Leaders 4, Wai Napolo 4 MICHAEL ROBERTS Mike Baseball 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, J.V. Basketball 2, Choral Masters 3, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, Key Club 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Senior Scandal 4, Student Council Represen- tative 4, Varsity Chorale 4 WALTER F. ROBERTS Wally THERESA LEE ROGALINER Tellie Student Council Representative 3 LINDA ROHR Student Council Representative 3 ANN ROLIK Anne F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Horizon 2, 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Linquist 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Panther of the Month 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scandal 4, Ski Club 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Secretary 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 4, Talent Scouts 4, Friendship Y-Teens 4 TIMOTHY ROONEY Tim LOUISE ROSKOS Louie MARTHA ROSKOS Marty ROBIN ROSS F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 ROBERT ROZMAN Roz THOMAS RUDD Chess Club 2, 3, Computer Club 4, E-Room Activi- ties 3, 4, Folk Club 2, Stamp Club 2, Stagecraft 3, Student Council Representative 3, Talent Scouts 2, Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4 ALAN RUSS Al Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, E-Room Activi- ties 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Key Club 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Stagecraft 3, Student Council Representative 2, Survey Training Club 2 CRAIG RUSSELL GEORGE RUSSELL Russ GEORGE RUSZIN Choral Masters 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Boy's Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, Ski Club 2, J.V. Wrestling 2 BRIAN RUTKIE Bruce Baseball 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4 KAREN RUUSKA ALAN SADAR Al Golf 2 KENNETH SADAR Ken Cadet Band 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, Spirits 3, 4 JULIE SAJEWSKI American Feild Service 3, Big Show Student Director 2, F.T.A. 2,3,4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Linquist Club 2,3, Movie Club 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, Ski Club 4, Fall Play Student Director 4, Student Council Representative 2, National Honor Society 4 RONALD SAMSA SUZANNE SARAMA Sue Choral Masters 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Fall Play 4, Survey Business Staff 3, Talent Scouts 4 MARYANN SAVOCA F.T.A. 2, 3, Junior Cabinet 3, Language Assistant 3, Prom Committe 3, Student Council Representa- tive 2 ME LVIN SCHARLAU Mel Key Club 2, 3, 4 ROBERT E. SCHAUER Bob D.E.C.A. 4, Football 3, Movie Club 3, Soccer 2 IRENE SCHEEL 252 DENSIE SCHMALTZ Deni Folk Club 2, F.B.L.A. 2, World Affairs 2 CHE RYL SCHMELTZER Cherri Marching Band 2 CHARLES SCHMID Chuck J.V. Football 2, Magnum Club 2 WAYNE SCHMIDT WILLIAM SCHMIDT Bill American Field Service 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Cross Country 3, Key Club 2, Linquist Club 2, 3, 4, Poll- tical World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scandal 4, Fall Play 4, Track 3, Winter Play 4 CLARE SCHNEIDER Folk Club 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Drama Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 3, 4 DOROTHEA SCHNEIDER PEGGY SCHROEDER Peg D.E.C.A. 4, Secretary 4, Student Council Repre- sentative 2 ROBERT SCHULTHEIS Bob RICHARDSCHWABAUER Schwabs J.V. Baseball 2, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4 MARINA SCHWENKE DONNA SEBUSCH JOSEPH SERKSNIS Serk Football 3, 4, .l.V, Football 2, Letterman's Club 4, Wrestling 3,4, J.V. Wrestling 2 JOHN SEVER John Football 4, J.V. Football 2 SUSAN SEVER Sue F.B.L.A. 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3 THOMAS SEVERINO Sev Bowling 2, Football 4, J.V. Football 2, F.B.L.A. 2, Letterman's Club 2, Spirits 3, Talent Scouts 2, J.V. Wrestling 2, Wrestling Club 2 KAREN SHANE DAVIDSHANER Dave Folk Club 2, 3, Golf 2, N.A.S.S. 2, Spirits 2, 3, J.V. Wrestling 2, 3 RANDELL SHARON Randy Book Store 2, Choral Masters 4, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Student Council Representative 2, Wrestling 2, 3 KATHLEEN SHAUGHNESSY 'Katie Euclidian Busines Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Homecoming Committee 3, l.O.S. 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Ski Club 3, Spirits 4 ANNMARIE SHERWOOD Choral Masters 3, 4, E-Room Activities 2, G.A.A. 2, Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, Homecoming Com- mittee 4, Ski Club 2, 3 RICHARD SHIRK Rid! Boy's Gym Leaders 2, Spirits 2, 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Survey Business Staff 3, 4 WILLIAM SUMPTER THOMAS SHUMAR MARILYN SIDE RS C.O.E. 45 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Vice-President 3: Sopho- more Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Committee 25 National Honor Society 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 2, 35 Friendship Y-Teen 2 RONALD SIEDLER JAMES HOWARD SIEFERD JR. Howie Spirits 2,3,4 JAY LEONARD SIGAL Voices of Art 2 VIVIAN SOBOLE Viv C.O.E. 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Marching Band 25 Ski Club 45 Girl's Volleyball 25 Spirits 4 ADRIA SOE DER Friendship Y-Teens Club 35 F.T,A. 25 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 4: Youth For Christ 2, 3 SUSAN SOEDER Sue Big Show 25 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 45 Fall Play 45 F.B.L.A. 35 National Forensic League 35Senior Scandal 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 3 LINDA DYAN SONNTAG Tag Eucuyo 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Language Lab Assistant 3: Euclidian Training Club 2 SUSAN SPEARS Sue Folk Club 45 G.A.A. 25 Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3, 4 DEBBIE STOCKER Debbie F.B.L.A. 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Student Council Representative 35 Talent Scouts 4 THOMAS STRAVARACE Torn Linciuist Club 2, 3, 45 Medical Careers Club 4 BARBARA STRAZIER Barb Ad Club 35 G.A.A. 25 Majorette Club 2, 35 Major- ette Substitutes 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 45 Talent DARWIN SPIKER Scouts 45 Friendship Y-Teens 4 KATHLEEN STURM LINDA STRYJEWSKI PHILIP STRYJEWSKI JAMES SULEN JAMES RODERICK SULLIVAN Kathy Linda Phil Jim Sully Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Key Club 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N,A.S.S. 45 Spirits 4 MICHAEL SULLIVAN J.V. Baseball 2 Mike Will LINDA SIGMON F.B.L.A. 45 Senior Scandal 4 JOHN SIMPSON Transfer Student 4 DIANNE SINKOVEC Di Folk Club 2 MARGARET SIRK Peg MICHAEL SISTON TH RESA SIVE RT Terri F.T.A. 25 G,A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed hoir 25 Spirits 45 Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3 SUSAN SIVIK Sue G.A.A. 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 4 SHARON A. SKARTVED Sherry FRED SKOLARIS Folk Club 25 J.V. Football 25 Golf 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 National Forensic Leaque 45 Ski Club 45 Spectrum 45 Spirits 3, 45 Spirits, Inc. 3, 45 Student Council Representative 35 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Track 4 JUDITH SKRINJAR Medical Careers Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 DIANE SLUGA F.B.L.A. 3 DOUGLAS SMELTZ CHARLES SMITH CHERYL SMITH Majorette Club 3 GARY SMITH Track 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL SMITH REGINA SMITH Judy Diane Cher Gina F.B.L.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Student Council Representative 4 ROBERT SMITH STEVE SMITH D.E.C,A. 45 J.V. Football 2, 35 J.V.Swim Team 2, 3 STEVEN SNYDER Craig CHRISTINE SRNICK Chris F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Spirits 45 Friendship Y-Teen 2, 3, 4 JOHN STALZER John BEATRICE STAMBERGER Jean KURT STANIC Kurt Baseball 3, 45 J.V. Baseball 25 J.V. Basketball 25 Choral Masters 3, 45 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 2: Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Linquist Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 4 JOSEPH STANSFIELD Jose D.E.C.A. 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Youth Power 4 PATRICIA STANTON Pat Linquist Club 2, 3, 4 SUSAN STARZUNSKI Sue F.B.L.A. 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3, 4 JOAN STEGH Joanie Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 45 Talent Scouts 4 KURT MICHAEL STEPHENS Radio Club 4 PATRICIA STEPHENS Pat Majorette Club 2, 3 BARBARA STERLING Barb EARoom Activities 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Executive Board 45 Student Council Representative 35 Friendship Y-Teens 4 LINDA STEWART Stewie F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 25 National Honor Society 43 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Friendship YATeens 4 GLENA STILLINGER Glena Ad Club 3, 45 Choral Masters 3, 4: Folk Club 2: Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 45 Youth For Christ 2 GARY STILLWAGON Gary JAMES STOCH Jim Choral Masters 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 21 Golf 2, 35 Kay Club 2, 3, 45 Linquist Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Spirits 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 3, 4, ViceAPresident 45 Student Council Executive Board 3, 45 J.V. Swim Team 25 Varsity Chorale 4 253 Football 35 J.V. Football 25 Key Club 35 Spirits, Inc. 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 SUZANNE SURRENA Sue DAVE SUSTARSIC Stitch Computer Club 4 LARRY SUTTER Larry WILLIAM SWAIDNER Will E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 LINDASWANEY Lin G.A.A. 2 JANICE SWANHART Jan Transfer Student 35 C.O.E. 45 Survey Business Staff 45 National Honor Society 4 RON SWANSON Bowling 2, 35 E-Room Activities 45 J.V. Football 25 Foreman's Club 45 Boy's Ski Club 2, 3, 4 GAYLE SWART Gayle Cadet Band 25 Marching Band 2 MARCIA SWART Mafcv Pink Panthers 4 DONNA SWEET Stormy Choral Masters 45 Medical Careers Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girl's Basket- ball 35 Girl's Volleyball 35 Girl's Field Hockey 2, 3, 45 Girl's Baseball 2, 3: Mixed Ch0fuS 3 WILLIAM SWISHER Bill E-Room Activities 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Golf 2, 35 Key Club 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: N.A.S.S. 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 4. Spirits 45 J.V. Tennis 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3 MIKE SZABO Mike LINDA TABB 5 I l-vim Big Show 25 HomeEoonomics Club 25 Girl s Base- ball 3 BRUCE TAYLOR Bruce WILFRED E.TABBlll Wil Choral Masters 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Humanities East 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Political World Affairs Club 3, 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4 CYNTHIA TADHA Cindy SUSAN TAKAS Sue BARBARA LYNN TAKIGUCHI Barb Eucuyo 45 Art Editor 45 Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 45 Assistant Editor 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Human- ities East 45 l.O.S. 3, 45 Linquist Club 25 Metal Sculpture Club 45 Ski Club 2, 45 Girl's Track 25 Youth Council on Human Relations 3 JOHN TANKO John Book Store 35 Cadet Band 2, 35 Computer Club 45 Concert Band 45 Student Council Representative 2 STANLEY TANSKI Ski Club 2, 3, 4 ROBERT TAUB Bob RICHARD TAVENIER Rick J.V. Baseball 25 Choral Masters 3, 45 Humanities East 4 Mixed Choir 2, 35 l.Q.S. 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Spirits 45 Fall Play 45 Student Council Representative 35 Survey Editorial Staff 3, 45 Page Editor 45 Survey Training Club 2, 35 Stagecrew 4 CHARLES THOMAS TAYLOR Tom Big Show 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Band Sergeant 4 LYNDA TAYLOR Lynda E-Room Activities 2, 35 Folk Club 25 Mixed Choir 2, 35 Prom Cbmmittee 45 Ski Club 2 SUE TAYLOR Sue G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Talent Scouts 4 DAVID TEMPLETON Dave Computer Club 45 Boy's Swim Leaders 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 45 Political World Affairs Club 45 Science Seminar 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Student Council Representative 45 J.V. Swim Team 2, 35 Spirits, lnc. 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 4 GAILTHEUS Gail G.A.A. 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 GirI's Leaders Club 45 Majorettes 3, 45 MajoretteClub 2, 3, 45 Nlajorette Substitutes 35 Nlajorette Captain 45 National Honor Society 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Talent Scouts 3, 4 JAMES THOMAS Jim PATRICIA TIMLIN Pat Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 G.A.A, 25 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 25 Friendship Y-Teens 3, 45 Cheering DEBRA TINKER Debby American Field Service 35 Big Show 25 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 35 I.Q.S. 3, 45 Language Lab Assistant 25 National Forensic League 45 National Honor Society 45 Political World Affairs Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Fall Play 25 Winter Play 35 Friend- ship Y-Teens 4 LINDA Toaea Linda JEANNE TOBIN 'robe Transfer Student 35 G.A.A. 35 Prom Committee 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 45 Friendship Y-Teens 3, 4 MACHIKO TOKUNAGA Coco Transfer Student 25 American Field Service 3,45 Bookstore 2,3,4, Manager 45 F.T.A. 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Science Seminar 3,4 JAMES TOLAR Jim J. V. Baseball 25 Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Cross Country 35 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 2, 35 Wrestling Club 4 JOHN TOLAR John J.V. Basketball 25 Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Football 35 J.V. Football 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 J.V. Wrestling 25 Wrestling Club 4 BARBARA TOLCHINSKY Barb F.T.A. 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 LAURA TOMCKO Laurie G.A.A, 2 JOHN TOMINO Butch Cadet Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 4 EARLENE TONKIN Earlene LINDA TOTH Linda Ski Club 2, 3, 4 ALLISON TOWN Allison G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Friendship Y-Teens 2, 35 Co-President 3 ROSE TRATNIK Rosey G.A.A. 2 RICHARD TREBEC Rich ALISON TROMMETTER Ally G.A.A. 25 Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Executive Board 4, Secretary 45 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 GirI's Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 45 Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3 DOROTHY TRUNKLEY Dorth F.N.C. 2, 45 Friendship Y-Teens 4 TERRY TRYO-N Terry Orchestra 2, 3, 4 RICHARD TUCKERMAN Rich Computer Club 45 Eucuyo 3, 4, Editor 45 Sopho- more Mixed Choir 25 Humanities East 3, 45 l.Q.S. 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 35 Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4 RONALD TUCKERMAN Ron Eucuyo 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Humanities East 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4 JAMES N.TURK Jim CATHERINE TYRRELL Cathy Majorettes 45 Majorettes Club 2, 35 Friendship Y-Teens3 DEBRA UCHBAR Debbie Ad Club 3, 45 Senior Cheering Block 4 GIOVANNA ULIZZI Gio Cheerleaders 45 Future Nurses 35 Prom Committee 45 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Survey Training Club 2 254 GARY VACCARIELLO Vacc J.V. Basketball 25 Boy's Gym Leaders 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 45 Track 4 KAREN VAHCIC Karen National Honor Society 4 VICTOR VALLI Vic Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Junior Cabinet 35 Key Club 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN VANCE Kathy DAVID VANDEVEER Dave MARCIA VANEK Marcia THERESA VAN TILBURG Tilly ALVE RA VARGO Alvera Medical Careers Club 2, 3, 45 Humanities East 4: National Honor Society 3, 45 Red Cross Club 4 JOAN VARGO Joan STEPHEN VASAS Steve ROBERT VERNER Rob Euclidian Training Club 35 Boys' Swim Leaders 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Linquist Club 35 Political World Affairs Club 45 Soccer 25 Student Council Repre- sentative 45 National Honor Society 45 J.V. Swim Team 2, 3 KENNETH VIBBERT Ken ROBERT VIDMAR Bob JOSEPH VIDULICH Joe PAUL VINCENT Rudie Book Store 25 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 45 Swim Show 35 J.V. Swim Team 2, 3 JAMES VINCI Jim RICHARD VINDIL Ric Movie Club 2 MARY ANN VAJTEK Mary Ann DONALD J. VOLANTE Don J.V. Baseball 25 J.V. Basketball 25 Choral Masters 3, 4 PHILLIP VOLLMAN Phil E-Room Activities 3, 45 Euclidian Training Club 25 Football 45 Prom Committee 45Spirits 3, 45 Wrest- ling 35 J.V. Wrestling 25 Wrestling Club 2, 3 PAMELA VOLOTA Pam American Field Service 45 Medical Careers Club 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Survey Business Staff 45 Voice of Art 3, 4 PATRICIA VOLOTA Pat American Field Service 45 Medical Careers Club 45 Drama Workshop 25 Survey Business Staff 45 National Honor Society 45 Voice of Art 3 ROBERT VUNDERINK Bob E-Room Activities 25 J.V. Football 25 Foreman's Club 2, 35 Track 45 J.V. Wrestling 2 KAREN WADE Karen American Field Service 2, 35 Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, Ads Manager 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore Choir 25 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 I.Q.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Youth Council Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3,4 GREGG WALLACE Gregg MARCIA WALLACE Mush Book Store 35 Cheerleaders 2,3,45 Eucuyo 2,35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Leaders 45 Humanities East 45 Linquist Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 National Forensic League 35 Science Seminar 35 Spectrum 25 Survey Editorial Staff 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3,4 BARBARA LYNNE WALLAND Barb Computer Club 45 Choral Masters 45 F.T.A. 3,45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Linquist Club 25 National Honor Society 4 EDWARD WALTE RS Ed Computer Club 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 4 JANICE WALTERS Jan STUART WALTON Stu WILLIAM WALWO RTH Wal Mixed Choir 45 Student Council Representative 25 Political World Affairs Club 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 4 NICHOLAS WANCHIK Nick Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Ski Club 4 MARILYN WARD Marilyn American Field Service 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Computer Club 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Human- ities East 3, 45 Linquist Club 2, 45 Literary Seminar 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 Swim Show 2, 3, 45 Girls' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4 RITA WATE RWASH Rita National Honor Society 4 BARBARA WEBB Barb E-Room Activities 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Homecoming Court 2, 45 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 3: Linquist Club 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 3, 45 Talent Scouts 4 RICHARD WEBB Rick JACKLYN WEBER Jackie Student Council Representative 2 JOHN WEBER John Cross Country 3 PEGGY WEHAGEN Peggy SUSAN WEINKE Sue E-Room Activities 3, 45 Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 I.O.S. 3, 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Linquist Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 3, 45 Swim Show 45 Girls' Swim Leaders 45 Talent Scouts 45 Wai Napolo 4 ROSELLA WEIR Rosy Ski Club 2, 45 Spirits 4 CARLETON WEISS Carl WILLIAM WENDORFF Dorf Cross Country 35 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Track 3, 4 KATHERINE WESLEY Kathy C.O.E. 4, Treasurer 4 MICHAEL HARRY WHITE Mike Transfer Student 4 CRAIG WIBLIN Chick The Butterscotch Gang CHRISTINE WILCOX Chris JAY WILLARD Jay Folk Club 2 JAMES WILLIAMS Jim MARION WILSON Marion Folk Club 25 Homecoming Committee 35 Ski Club 35 Friendship Y-Teens 3 NORMAN BYRON WILTON Butch E-Room Activities 3, 45 Foreman's Club 45 Spirits 3, 4 PATRICIA WINKLER Pat Choral Masters 45 Folk Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Ski Club 3, 4 RICHARD WITTENMEYER Rick Camera Club 25 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Pit Band 3 JOHN R.WOLF Johnny Ray SHARON WOLF Sharon Eucuyo 45 Survey Editorial Staff 45 Voice of Art 35 Friendship Y-Teens 3, 4 WAYNE WOLFE Wayne SANDRA WORDEN Sandi Folk Club 2 CYNTHIA WUTCHIE'I'I' Cindy Folk Club 35 Homecoming Committee 35 Junior Cabinet 35 Majorettes 25 Majorette Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Prom Commit-tee 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spectrum 4, President 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 3 ROBERT YACAS Bob J.V. Football 2 JAMES YANE Jim Boys' Swim Leaders 45 Soccer 2, 3 ADRIENNE YENTZ Ad D.E.C.A. 2, 3, 45 E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Folk Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Concert Choir 2, 3, 4 DONNA MAE YERAY Donna Big Show 3, 45 Cadet Band 25 Computer Club 45 Concert Band 3, 45 E-Room Activities 45 F.T.A. 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Spirits 45 Friendship Y-Teens 4 DIANE YOUNG Diane G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4 SALLY YOZIPOVICH ZiD Cheerleaders 2, 35 Cheerleader Substitute 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representa- tive 2 255 WAYNE ZACHAFIY Wayne Computer Club 45 Concert Band 2, 35 Humanities East 45 Marching Band 2, 35 National Honor So- ciety 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, President 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Pit Band 35 Political World Affairs 3, 45 Executive Board 45 Science Seminar 2, 35 Fall Play 3, 45 Student Council Executive Board 2, 3, 45 Survey Training Club 25 Talent Scouts 2, 3, 45 Winter Play 3 KEN ZAKRAYSEK Ken Transfer Student 3 DANIEL ZAWACK Dan Basketball 45 J.V. Basketball 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Track 2, 3, 4 RITA ZELINSKY Rita Choral Masters 3, 45 Eucuyo 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Humanities East 3, 45 Linquist Club 2, 35 Literary Seminar 45 National Forensic League 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4 ROBERT ZEMAN Bob Cadet Band 25 Folk Club 45 F.T.A. 4 GERALD ZIMMERMAN Gerry CHRISTINE ZINGALE Chris E-Room Activities 45 Folk Club 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 3 GAYLE ZITNIK Gayle F.T.A. 3, 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Scandal 45 Ski Club 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 35 Talent Scouts 45 Friendship Y-Teens 4 DONNA ZMIJEWSKI Dondi Student Council Representative 2, 4 JOSEPH ZNIDARSIC Joe D.E.C.A. 45 E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3 CRAIG ZOLA Craig Choral Masters 35 E-Room Activities 45 Sophomore Mixed Choir 25 Gymnastics Club 25 Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representative 45 Swim Team 2, 3, 45 Talent Scouts 45 Varsity Chorale 4 NANCY ZONAR Nancy F.N.C. 25 F,T.A. 3, 45 Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Language Lab Assistant 45 Linquist Club 3, 45 Majorette Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Spirits 45 Friendship Y-Teens 4 DAVID ZOVACK Dave Bowling 2, 35 E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Spirits 3 CHARLES ZUCHELLI Chuck E-Room Activities 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Spirits 3, 45 Soccer 3 LEO ZUPANCIC Lee Cross Country 2, 35 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Track 2, 3, 4 SHELIA ZURC F.N.C. 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Survey Training Club 2 KENNETH ZYLOWSKI Ken E-Room Activities 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 25Spirits 2, 3, 4 ROGER ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairman: Kent State University, B.Sc., M.A.Ed.: Varsity Baseball Coach, Boys' Intramural Director MARILYN ALVAREZ, Physical Education: Bowl- ing Green State University, B.Sc., B.Ed.: Western Reserve University: Girls' Leaders Club Advisor ALVIN AMSTER, Business: Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A., B.A.: Faculty Student Supply Store Sponsor ANTOINETTE ARACA, Art: Cleveland Institute of Art: Kent State University, B.Sc.: Voices of Art Advisor FRANK AULTZ, English, Chairman: Mount Union College, B.A.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: DePauw University: Ohio State University: Eucuyo Business Manager RONALD BACKOS, Science: California State Col- lege, B,Sc.Ed.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: St. John's University: Western Reserve University: Uni- versity of California: Lake Erie Community Col- lege: Science Club Advisor DONNA BAUMEISTE R, Foreign Language: Miami University, A.B.: University of Colorado: Ohio State University, M.S.: University of Munich: Western Reserve University: Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege: Goethe Institute: Princeton University JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal: Kent State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A., Ed.D.: Senior Clam Advisor, Ski Club Ad- visor GENE BREARTON, Mathematics: Western Illinois University, B.Sc.: Murray State College: Northern Illinois University: Ohio State University, M.A.: Assistant Cross Country Coach ROGER BROWN, Social Studies: Kent State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed.: National Athletic Scholarship Society, Assistant Wrestling Coach WILLIAM BROWN, English, Journalism: Uni- versity of Florida, B,A.: University of Illinois: Western Reserve University: Movie Club and Camera Club CoSponsor JUDINA BRUNNER, Mathematics: Smith College, A.B.: Oberlin College, M.A.T. PATRICIA BUCK, Physical Education: Otterbein College, B.A.: Case-Western Reserve University, M.A.: University of Oslo: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion Advisor JAMES CALVE RT, Science: North Central Col- lege, B.A.: Ohio State University, M.A.: Western Reserve University. JUDITH CARMODY, English: Notre Dame Col- lege, B.A.: Western Reserve University, A.B.: Na- tional Forensic League Co-Sponsor, Senior Scandal Advisor, Debate Advisor ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chair- man: Bowling Green State University: Trinity Uni- versity: Western Reserve University: Miami Univer- sity, M.A., B.Sc.: Friendship Club Advisor RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts: Kent State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Foremen's Club Advisor URSULA CIPOLLO, Business: Bowling Green State University, B.Sc.Ed. NANCY CLARK, Science: Allegheny College: Uni- versity of Michigan, B.Sc., M.A.: University of California: Yale University: American University CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman: Capital University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve Univer- sity, M.S.: Ohio State University: Fenn College: Drew University JAMES CLIFFEL, Guidance Counseling: John Carroll University, B.S.S.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Fenn College: Case University: Ski Club Sponsor NORMA COWAN, English: Miami University, B.Sc.Ed.: Wisconsin State University: Spectrum Advisor DENNIS COX, English: Miami University, B.Sc. JEAN COX, Guidance Counseling: Allegheny Col- lege: Kent State University: University of Pitts- burgh: Columbia University: Duquesne University, B.A.,A.B. FAC UL TY INDEX ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling: Ohio State University, B.A.,B.Sc.: Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.S.,Ph.D.: C.E.C.Awards Program Di- rector HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Physical Education: Ohio University, B.A.Ed.: John Carroll University, M.A.: Spirits Club Advisor, Head Basketball Coach DOYLE DAVIDSON, Social Studies: Shepherd College: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed.: Akron University: Assistant Football and Baseball Coach DALE DAVISON, Science, Mathematics: Michigan State University: Purdue University: Ohio State University, M.Ed.: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed. WILLIAM DEMORA, Social Studies: Ohio State University, B.Sc.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Indiana University: Ohio University NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed.: Ohio State Uni- versity: Euclidian Business Staff Advisor FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies: George Wash- ington University: Hiram College: B.A. Econ.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: University of Colo- rado: Claremont Graduate University: Oklahoma State University: United Appeal Chairman JANET DIETRICH, Social Studies: Ohio- State University, B.Sc.Ed. MARIAN DILGER, English: St. Mary-of-the- Woods College, B.A.: John Carroll University, M.A.: Student Council Advisor LILLIAN DRESCHER, English: Notre Dame Col- lege, A.B.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: John Carroll University: Eucuyo Advisor JOAN DUPREY, English: Western Reserve Univer- sity, B.A. CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts: Kent State University, B.Sc.,M.A.: Western Reserve University: Wrestling Club Advisor, Varsity Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign Language: Ohio State University, B.Sc., M.A.: University of the Americas: Georgetown University: West Virginia University: Worlds Affairs Club Advisor ANTHONY FERRITTO, Industrial Arts: Bowling Green State University, B.A. FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum: Ohio University: Ohio State University, B.Sc.Agr., B.Sc.Ed.: Bowling Green State University: Horizon Club Advisor DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science: Duquesne Uni- versity, B.Ed.: Case-Western Reserve University: West Virginia Wesleyan: St. Louis University SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science, Chairman: City College of New York, B.Sc., M.A.: Western Reserve University, M.S.: Honors Program Coordinator KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman: Kent State University, B.Sc.: John Carroll University: Pink Panthers Advisor MARILYN FUERST, English: Kent State Univer- sity, B.Sc.Ed. EMELIE GALE, English: DePaul University, B.A.: Duquesne 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.: University of Pittsburgh: Western Reserve University: Syracuse University: Ripon College PAUL GANIM, English: Ohio State University: Ohio University, B.Sc.: Head Soccer Coach KATHERYN GATES, English: Marshall College, A.B.,M.A. CLAYTON GEORGE, Business: Kent State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed.: East Carolina College: University of Dayton: Future Business Leaders of America Advisor JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arts: California College: University of Pittsburgh: University of Conneticut, B.Sc.: Metal Sculptoring Club Advisor WILMA GILLMAN, Division Dean: Heidelberg College, B.A.: Western Reserve University, M.A. DONALD GLASER, Social Studies: Ohio Wesleyan 256 University, B.A.: Ohio State University, M.A.: Political ,Affairs Club Advisor MARGE GORSLENE, Mathematics: Western Kentucky State University, A.B.: Ohio State University, M.Ed.: Miami University: University of Cincinnati: Future Teachers of America Advisor ROBERT HALL, English: The College of Steuben- ville, B.A.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Euclidian Editorial Staff Advisor RONALD HARDING, Social Studies: Ohio Uni- versity: 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 Sponsor, Marching Band Sponsor SUE HARRIS, English: Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.: Ohio State Unjversity, B.Sc.: Future Teachers of America Advisor WILLIAM HARTLAND, Industrial Arts: Miami University, B.Sc.Ed.: Industrial Arts Teachers' Club Advisor, Football Coach GERALD HENDERSON, English: Bowling Green State University, B.Sc.Ed.: Euclidian Editorial Staff Sponsor SUSAN HILL, Science: Allegheny College, B.Sc.: Friendship Club Advisor RAY HIVELY, Foreign Language, Social Studies: Rio Grande College: Ohio State University: Franklin University: Colorado University: Colorado State University: Otterbein College, B.A., M.A.: World Affairs Club Advisor GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art: Ohio State Uni- versity, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Ohio Wesleyan University: Michigan State Uni- versity: United Appeal Chairman THOMAS HOFFART, Industrial Arts: John Carroll University, B.Sc.: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Assistant Golf Coach FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies: Western Reserve llniversity, B.A., M.A.: Institute of Rome of the Society of Dante Alighieri: Williams College: Humanities East Sponsor VIDA HORN, Foreign Language: Notre Dame College, A.B.: Western Reserve University: Kent State University, M.A. ROBERT HORWATH, Industrial Arts: Cuyahoga Community College: Kent State University, B,Sc.Ed. JAN HOWELL, Home Arts: Miami University: Penn State University, B.Sc,Ed.: Folk Club Advisor RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts: Hiram College, B.A.: Oberlin College: Kent State University, B.Sc., M.Ed. FRED JOHNS, Assistant Principal: Western Re- serve University, B.Sc., M.A.: Kent State Univer- sity: Ohio University: Senior Banquet Advisor ALBERT JUDGE, Science: Kent State University: Kenyon College: University of Florida: Western Reserve University, B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Ed.: Science Seminar Advisor MILTON KADLEC, Industrial Arts: Illinois State University, B.Sc.Ed. ELLEN KLEIN, Business: Ohio State University, B.Sc.Ed. JANE LE LLIS, English: Westminister College, B.A. EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling: North- western College, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A. CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum: Ohio State University: Western Reserve University: Kent State University, B.B.A.: Horizon Club Advisor JAMES LINDSAY, Assistant Principal: Baldwin- Wallace College, B.A.: Wesleyan University, M.A.T.: Kent State University ELAINE LOKAR, Home Arts: Ohio State University, B.Sc.: Kent State University: New York University KENNETH LOWE, English: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed.: Coin Club Advisor MARILYN LUCAS, Science: Lake Erie College, A.B.: Western Reserve University, M.Sc.: Science Seminar Co-Sponsor MARC MANBURG, Business: Ohio University, B.B.A., B.Sc.Ed.: Future Business Leaders of America Sponsor CLYDE MANSPEAKER, Social Studies: Lock Haven State College, B.Sc.: Cleveland-Marshall Law School DONALD MARTIN, Division Dean: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed. EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts: Iowa State University, B.Sc.: Kent State University, M.Ed. MARIE MATULIS, Business: West Virginia Tech, B.Sc. WILLIAM McCARTER, Social Studies: John Carroll University, B.Sc., M.A.: Baldwin-Wallace College, J.D.: Magnum Club Sponsor DAVID MCKELVEY, Business, Chairman: Muskingum College, B.A.: Indiana University, M.S.Ed.: University of Dayton: Kent State University: University of Cincinnati: Ohio State University: Georgia State College: Cooperative Office Edu cation Advisor ROBERT MCLAUGHLIN, Guidance Counseling: Kent State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M,Ed. WILLIAM MEDVICK, Division Dean: California State College, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A. EDMUND MIZE, Busines, Date Processing: Ohio State University: Kent State University: Ohio University, B.Sc.: Survey Business Staff Advisor DONALD MOHR, Physical Education: Baldwin- Wallace College, B.A.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Bowling Green State University ROBERT MONTGOMERY, English: Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.: Assistant Football Coach SUZANNE NELSON, English: Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A.: CaseWestern Reserve University WILLIAM NEWBY, English: Northwestern Uni- versity, B.A.: Indiana University, M.A.:Chess Club Advisor DAVID NICHTING, Guidance Counseling: John Carroll University, M.S., B.Sc. HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts: Ohio Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed.: Bowling Green State University, M.Ed.: Kent State University: Tennis Coach, Foremen's Club Advisor VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts: Marshall Uni- versity, B,A., M.A.: Kent State University: John Carroll University MYRA OLIVER, English: Mount Union College, B.A.: Ohio State University: Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A., B.A.: London University PATRICIA O'NElL, English: University of Pitts- burgh, B.A.: Co-Sponsor of Spirits Club CHERYL OREBAUGH, English: Otterbein Col' lege: Ohio State University, B.Sc.Ed. PETE PAWLOWSKI, Mathematics: Ohio State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.S. ALLAN POKLAR, Industrial Arts: Ohio State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed.: John Carroll University: Kent State University RONALD POWASKI, Social Studies: John Carroll University, B.A., M.A'.: Western Reserve University: Chess Club Sponsor FRANK PRINGLE, English: St. Bonaventure Uni- versity, B.A.: John Carroll University: Kent State University: Bucknell University: Western Reserve University: Towson State College: Golf Coach, Golf Club Sponsor RICHARD RACKOVAN, Mathmatics: Highland University, M.N.S.: Dickinson College: Millersville State College, B.Sc.Ed.: Georgetown University: Oklahoma University: Baldwin-Wallace: Computer Club Sponsor MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies: Wilmington College: Ohio State University, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed.: Golf Club Advisor HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education: Uni' versity of Toledo, B.Ed.: Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A.: Intramural Director, Gymnastics Club Sponsor CHARLES RENO, Science, Mathematics: Edin- boro State College, B.Sc.: Harvard University, M.Ed.: National Honor Society' Sponsor, Radio Club Sponsor VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education: Miami Uni- versity, B.Sc., B.Ed.: Swim Team Coach DONALD RINKES, Mathematics: Muskingum Col- lege, B.Sc.: Ohio State University: West Virginia University: West Liberty State College: Case In- stitute of Technology: Fenn College: University of Hawaii: Indiana University: Kent State University, M.Ed.: Camera Club Advisor, Movie Club Advisor LEONARD ROBUCK, English: Western Reserve University, 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 Swim ming Coach RICHARD ROSE, Mathematics: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed.: Western Reserve University, M.Ed., M.S.M.T.: Computer Club Co-Sponsor GAI L ROSEWATER, Foreign Language: Uni- versity of Michigan, B.A.: Gannon College iN DEA lnstitutel CHESTER ROJECK, Physical Education: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed.: Western Reserve University, M,S.Ed.: Head Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach MARSHA ROUTZAHN, English: Ohio University, B.A. FREDERICK SALLACH, Mathematics: Ohio Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed.: Student Council Advisor BEN SAWYER, Business, Data Processing: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed., M.Ed. BARBARA SCHNEIDER, English: University of Pittsburgh, B.A., M.Ed. WALTER SCHWEGLER, Principal: Baldwin- Wallace College, B.A.: Western Reserve University, M.A. ELLEN SERVICE, English: St. John's University, B.A. RONALD SEYMOUR, Business: Defiance College, B.Sc.: Ohio University, M.E.: Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach EILEEN SHEAHAN, Science: Muskingum College, B.A. HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed.: Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A., M.S. WILMER SHUSTER, Business: Ohio University, B.Sc.: John Carroll University, M.A.: Key Club Advisor, Cross Country Coach, Junior Varsity Basketball Coach RALPH SIBERT, Business: Kent State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.A.: Fenn Col- lege: Distributive Education Club of America Sponsor, Weightlifting Club Advisor JUDITH SIMONICH, Foreign Language: Grove City College, A.B.: Case-Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A. GRANVILLE SMITH, English: Indiana State Uni- versity, B.Sc.Ed.: Pennsylvania State University, M.A.: Survey Editorial Staff Advisor, International Ouill and Scroll Sponsor RUTH SMITH, Guidance Counseling: Flora Stone Mather, B.A.: Western Reserve University, M.A. WAYNE SMITH, Social Studies: Muskingum Col- lege: Kent State University, B.A.: John Carroll University DAVID SPROCHI, Physical Education, Induatrial Arts: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed.: Assistant Junior Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Junior Varsity Baseball Coach MERWIN STAINES, Guidance Counseling: New York State University, B.Sc.: University of Colo- rado, M.Ed.: Public Address Club Co-Sponsor JUDITH STANLEY, Science: Ashland College, B.Sc., B.Sc.Ed. WILLIAM STARR, Science: Indiana State Uni- versity, B.Sc.: Pennsylvania State University, M.Ed.: Cleveland State University: Ohio State University DONALD STEINBRINK, Science: Ohio State University, B.Sc.Agr., B.Sc.Ed. DAVID STERLEKAR, Business: University of Dayton, B.Sc.:John Carroll University, M.A.: Head Junior Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach, Let-termen's Club Advisor 257 CECELIA STILLMAN, Social Studies: Radcliffe College: John Carroll University: University of Illinois: Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A.: Youth Council On Human Relations ROBERT STOJETZ, Science: Ohio University, B.Sc.Ed,: John Carroll University, M.A.Ed.: Letter' men's Club CoSponsor, Junior Varsity Football Coach JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies, Chairman: Bluffton College, B.A.: Ohio State University, M,A.: Case-Western Reserve University JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts: Stevens Point Teachers College, B.Sc.Ed,: Kent State University, B,Ed.: Ohio University: School Safety Program Chairman JANET SZEPESSY, English: Miami University, B.Sc.Ed.: Cheerleader's Club Advisor SAMUEL TAYLOR, Music: High Point College, B.Sc.: Northwestern University, M.Mus.: East School of Music: Columbia University, B.Sc., M.Ed.: Spring Musical Advisor MARION THOMAS, Home Arts: Baldwin'Wallace College, B.Sc.: University of California: Kent State University: Cordon Bleu College: Youth Power Sponsor DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics: Muskingum College, A.B.: Western Reserve University: Butler University: West Virginia University: Head Track Coach DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science: Alfred Uni- versity, B,Sc.: Miami University:Siena Heights Col- lege, M.A.T.: Science Projects PEGGY TORNSTROM, Physical Education: Bowl. ing Green State University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve University, M.S.: Girls' Swim Leaders Sponsor, Wai Napolo Sponsor JACOUELINE TOTH, Mathematics: Indiana State College, B.Sc. FRANK TROGLA, Division Dean: Ohio State Uni- versity, B.Sc,: Western Reserve University, IVI,A.: Kent State University MARGARET UHRY, Mathematics: Notre Dame College, B.Sc.: John Carroll University: Cleveland State University ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Language: Miami University, B.Sc.: Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A.: Gannon College lNDEAl: Ad Club Advisor, Faculty Manager of Athletics RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling: Akron University, B.A.: Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A, FRED VOLLMAN, Art, Industrial Arts, Chairman: Western Reserve University, B.Sc,Ed., M.A.:Clevef land Institute of Art: Kent State University: Eucuyo Co-Sponsor LEONARD WEISENBERG, Social Studies: Uni- versity of Missouri, B.A.: John Carroll University, M,S.: Western Reserve University: Drake Uni- versity: World Affairs Advisor JUDI WELSH, Science: Youngstown State Uni- versity, B.Sc.: Assistant Cheerleader Sponsor GAYE WHIELDON, Physical Education: Ashland College, B.Sc.Ed.: Girls' Varsity Sports, Assistant Swim Show Director, Girls' Athletic Association Co-Sponsor MARY WHITE, Social Studies: Ursuline College, B.A.: John Carroll University: Majorettes Sponsor ELEANOR WIEGAND, Business: Berea College, A.B.: Kent State University, M.A. CHERYL WILBUR, English, Drama: Gustavus Adolphus College, B.A.: University of California, M.A.:Student Drama CAROL WILLIAMS, Business: Villa Maria College, B.Sc.: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, M.A.: Western Reserve University ROBERT YOCUM, Vocation Coordinator: Kent State University, B.Sc.Ed.: John Carroll University, M,A.: Public Address Club Sponsor LYNN YODER, Home Arts: University of Rhode Island, B.Sc.: Friendship Club Advisor MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chairman: Moravian College: Columbia University: Middlebury College: Muhlenburg College: Western Reserve University: University of Rennes, B.A., M.A.: American Field Service Director, Language Lab Director 3 '25 GAA bfi nfi ' 1 i uv . , 7 1 3 if 2 1 " Q -qi 4 , h-HJ TW 'flux N ro! i6 ' s ,.. 5 .QIlJT7IEE'Il1'I5IK'CI FLORAMA FLOWERS The Unusual As Usual In Flowers 22382 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 44123 731-0200 TED BROCK JEWELER 391 E. 200 St. 531-5035 slTHAT1 T H S EUCLID RACE 503 EAST 200 STREET 481-4700 260 THE PARKER ELECTRIC C0 THE AMERICAN STAMPING COMPANY THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY DIVISION OF ALCO STANDARD CORPORATION 22650 LAKE LAN D B LVD. 731-9333 EUCLID BLUE PRINT CHARTER HOUSE 81 SUPPLY RTE. 20 at 24800 EUCLID AVENUE 908 E. 222 si. CLEVELAND lEUCLlDl, OHIO 44117 TELEPHONE ANDREW 1-0300 Rib Room Fabulous Roast Beef Tavern Lounge Entertainment Nightly Banquet Facilities Rooms to Accomodate from 6 to 600 Hotel Corporation of America 262 THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY "QTL RAIMGR STUDIOS 750 EAST 185th STREET 481-1166 I I MAN-GILL CHEMICAL CO. 23000 SI. Clair Ave. CIQVEIOEIEI, ohio 44117 486-5300 INDUSTRIAL METAL CLEANERS METAL FINISHING SPECIALTIES BERNADETTE, INC. From The Prom Gown To The Wedding Gown 22686 Shore Center Drive 261-5550 FRIEDMAWS JEWEIEIIS TREBEC 22304 Lake Shore Boulevard RE. 113450 571 E. 200 St. 481-1000 ,yr xx. V1 , L L . KNIFIC INSURANCE SERVICE Serving Euclid for Over CENTER BEVERAGE DELICATESSEN 22362 LAKESHOBE BLVD. 731-9473 COLONIAL HOMESTEAD 22066 Lake Shore Blvd Euclid, Ohio 44123 732-8535 MODERN DEB 22822 Lake Shore Blvd 732-9299 4. . L, With Every Good Wish to The Class of 1969 Mayor ................ Judge, Municipal Court . .. Lavv Director ......... Administrative Director . . Director of Public Safety . . . Finance Director ......... Service Director ....... President of Council .... 1st Ward Councilman .. . 2nd Ward Councilman . . . 3rd Ward Councilman . . . 4th Ward Councilman . . . YOUR CITY OFFICIALS Council-At4Large Edward J. Eckart Anthony J. Sustarsic Charles W. Wade Joseph E. Whalen . .Kenneth J. Sims Robert F. Niccum . . William lVlonroe .Charles A. Crown . Ralph O. Dunker .. Arthur B. Davis Anthony J. Giunta ...Harry J. Knuth .. Fred Brockman Harry L. Burkhart .....IVIaxF.Gerl lVlichael Kosmetos Chief of Police: Frank W. Payne Fire Chief: George R. Langa I ...- ' ., . . -mi. '... .L "4 "Bef . 267 OHIO CAM 8. TOOL CT ,. fl ,- COMPANY 2353O St. Clair Ave. 531-7900 Q--u J BOULEVARD SHOES -If 22306 sglfogrge Blvd. A .1 .1 -... "BILL" PAPP'S BODY SHOP M E M B E R O F AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE PRESSURE CASTINGS INC 21500 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland 19, Ohio IV. I-5400 Manufacturers of Aluminum and Zinc Die Castings 269 ,. W ,-..-'ur.ff" a , ESV' 1200 BABBITT ROAD IS NO FARTHER THAN YOUR WALLET. Take a look. lf you buy gas and oil on credit, chances are the Addresso- graph Multigraph Corporation helped you get it. The machine at service stations that imprints from your credit card is very likely an Addressograph product. And probably the card, too. CYou already know about the machines we make that are used for addressing.l Our Copier and Duplicator Division makes copy machines and off- set duplicators, so businessmen can make one copy of a letter or duplicate thousands of copies of an advertising brochure.Or any- thing else they need. Your neighbor is also the home office for a world wide organization and other subsidiaries. The VariTyper Corporation iVariTyper ma- chinesl, the Buckeye Ribbon St Carbon Company, the Emeloid Com- pany fthey make the plastic cardsl. and the new EIS Subsidiary. which is responsible for electronic transmission of graphic images over long distances. 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SON'S 22034 Lake Shore Blvd Eucli hio 44123 d, O 731 4770 Congratulations Class af 1969 5' XX 1 X1 4 Q 51 R .TA 1-1' A T 10 PM NEWS STATION WKBF TV M.lLLER'S BEAUTY SALON 22480 Shore Center Drive E I d Oh 44123 731 9358 MASCO MACHINERY IN C. 23610 St. Clair Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO Compliments of MARK HAIRDRESSERS 22308 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 44123 731-1550 486-I772 BOW - ARO X 0 X X T EN X J ,Z::g?wHt: H I- E in I I 534 E. 200 sr. l 4 481-5389 I ' 5 I FRANCIS J. SHERMAN NATIONWIDE INSURANCE 22070 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-7878 25911 North Lakeland 731-9697 UPSON SHELL SERVICE Bld T , IIUU 110 RADIX WIRE 26260 Lakeland Blvd. 731-5794 QV, If - C 'C I, I . HILLWOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANY 285 i. 1 If I EUCLID YMCA - YWCA 631 Babbitt Rd. 731 7454 COMPLIMENTS of GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIQN .r.. 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Bill s Clothes ................ Colonial Homestead ......... Convenient Food Mart ....... ....27O ....277 ....262 ....264 ....275 ...,268 ...,284 ....260 ..,.266 ....262 ....282 ....278 ....266 ....272 Curl 81 Colour Beauty Center ......., .... 2 80 Cuyahoga Electric Construction Co .... .... 2 72 V. Demshar's gl Sons ............. .... 2 83 Euclidian BeautyCollege ......... Euclid Blue Print 81 Supply . . . Euclid City Officials ........ Euclid Race ............ Florama Florists ........ ....279 ....262 ....267 .260 ....26O Friedman's Jewelers .............. .... 2 64 Girls' Athletic Association .......... .... 2 86 Henkel's Carpet 81 Furniture Cleaning . . . . . . .280 Hillwood Manufacturing ..........,. .... 2 85 Jackshaw Chevrolet .............. .... John Kausek Studios . . Knific Insurance ..... La Tour Oldsmobile . . . Letterman's Club ....... Louis Hair Stylists ....... The Lubrizol Corporation . . . Man-Gill Chemical Company . . Mark Hairdressers ...,...... Mary Jayne Shoppe . . . 281 ....279 . . . .265 ....271 . . . .292 .. . .282 ....280 ... .264 ....284 ....277 Masco Machinery .... Miller's Beauty Salon . . . Modern Deb Shop . . . Movie Club ............ Murnick Manufacturing . . Non-Ferrous Metals . . , . Ohio Cam 81 Tool ...... Open Pantry ........... "Bill" Papp's Body Shop ... ... Parker Electric Company , . . . . . Parker Industries ....... Perkin Pancake House . . Pipe Machinery ...... Pressure Castings ..,... Radix Wire Company .... Raimor Studios .......... . . . Reliance Electric Company . . . . . Second Federal Savings .... . . . Jerry's Shell Service .......... . . , Francis J. Sherman Insurance Shore Center Barbers ....... . . . Standard Glove ..,.... .... . . . Stanford Studios . . . Student Council ....... Student Supply Store .... Trebec Excavating Inc .... Upson Shell Service ....... . . . Varcoe Company .......,.. . . . Vogue Printing Company Inc Ed Wank Television Service . . . . . Waterwash Hardware ...... . . . WKBF TV ............ Yankovic's Steak House . . YMCA .............,... .. Zatko ...............,.. "C" Ziechmann's Wildwood .... . . . 284 283 266 286 279 273 268 271 268 261 271 272 282 269 285 263 276 279 281 289 271 278 279 288 287 264 285 281 277 281 277 283 279 .286 278 272 293 PATRONS Adelon Hair Shoppe 21939 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-4868 AIvin's Jewelers 690 E. 185 St. 481-4104 Dr. 8t Mrs. R. M. Baldwin 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-3111 Beachland Cleaners 631 E. 185 St. 531-5400 Beachland Pharmacy 20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 531-0631 Bill's Shell Service 29000 Lake Shore Blvd. 943-9866 Bing's Furniture Co. 22300 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-0800 Boulevard Radio 81 T.V. Service 906 E. 222 St. 731-7863 Brickman 8 Sons Funeral Home 21900 Euclid Ave. 481-5277 R. B. Broglio, D.D.S. Cleveland Fabric Shops 706 E. 185 St. 481-6832 Cleveland Precision Casting 22290 Lakeland Blvd. 261-6776 Compliments Of a Friend Decker Appliance Service 445 E. 200 St. 486-7200 The Drilling CO. Inc. 25030 Lakeland Blvd. 731-4441 Euclid Office Supply St Printing Co. 756 E. 222 St. 531-5311 Paul J. Everson Realtor 24100 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-6200 Famous Discounts 695 E. 185 St. 531-8636 294 Herb Fitzgerald 635 E. 185 St. 531-1313 Flickinger Inc. 939 E. 222 St. 731-7100 Freeway Sporting Goods 555 E. 185 St. 486-2523 Hattendorf-Bliss Inc. 25080 Lakeland Blvd. 731-0777 F. Hohlfelder Co. 26470 Lakeland Blvd. 731-7400 J. C.'s Barber Shop 920 E. 222 St. 261-4624 Compliments Of a Friend J. C. Homer T.V. 528 E. 200 St. 731-8826 Knafel's Shore Market 20070 Lake Shore Blvd. 481-4411 Dr. 81 Mrs. R. A. Kriessler 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-3111 Lakehore Aquarium 81 Pet Shop 591 E. 185 St. 486-2904 William Lynch Co. 608 E. 185 St. 481-4449 Melzer Carpet 22674 Shore Center 731-5887 Don MiIler's Sohio 810 E. 222 St. 731-9847 Ohio Honing 81 Hyd. Co. 23800 St. Clair Ave. 731-5700 Page Realty Co. 445 E. 200 St. 531-1030 Paul's Barber Shop 687 E. 185 St. 531-8417 Petric's Barber Shop 783 E. 185 St. 481-3465 Precision Optical Co. 22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-1166 Priester's Sunoco Station 470 E. 200 St. 531-9695 Real Hardware 740 E. 185 St. 481-3300 Ritchie's Beverage 485 E. 260 St. 261-8181 Roesch Paint 81 Wallpaper Co. 855 E. 222 St. 731-3585 Dr. 8t Mrs. Allan Rolfe 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-5100 Sam's Barber Shop 393 E. 200 St. 531-5828 295 Shoregate Barber Shop 300 E. 305 St. 943-9812 Shore Window Shade 81 Drapery 21860 Lake Shore Blvd. 732-7443 Ski-Way Mach. Prods. Co 24460 Lakeland Blvd. 732-9000 Taucher Meat Market 491 E. 260 St. 731-9566 Taylor's BiRite 22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-6960 Tony 81 Paul's Pure Station 22251 Euclid Ave. 531-9709 Upson Delicatessen 505 E. 260 St. 261-0641 Wildwood Marine 81 Auto 24200 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-2727 In a mood of relief, I slowly realize that writing these words signifies the end of my year as the first male Euclidian head-editor. To the editorial staff member the year has been marked by many thrilling events, memories of the perennial late work-parties, dissappearing pictures, retyped copy blocks and a fan filling the hole in the office ceiling will be recalled whenever THE BOOK is reread. A great deal of appreciation is felt toward: the Business Staff whose financial backing in another record year has made this venture an economic success, and Raimor Studios whose photographic skill and help and rapid service in emergencies were instrumental in putting pictures on the pages, and last but certainly not least our advisors Mr. Gerald Henderson and Mr. Robert Hall who always had well-timed advice and kept a close watch on our sentence fragments and dangling participles. We have produced this book with you in mind, I am sure your enjoyment will make our work worthwhile. Bill Brigden 69 Editor Bill Brigden ..... Barb Takiguchi . . . Heidi Nitsch . . . Trauty Grau . . . Barb Cigoy ..., Chris Reece , . Mike Debevec . Bobbie Dill .... Kathy Randall . . . Cindy Paparizos . . Judy Kozlowski .,.. Beth Blewitt ..... Joan Bensing .... Carol Price . ..... , Jane Decatur . . Marsha Baker . . Janet Crome . . . Debbie Opalk .... Peggy Wehrle . . Marilyn Winters . . Bill Brigden .. 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