Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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,825-wa .4 .4.- -.V,..,.. ELI A ':'k""1' --'.+4- '. F w -K anus 555:43-1. ,I .Bug .:4.- LI' dvf II-: ,- I I a .- I -. . w ' I I . . I - EUCLIDIAN EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 7II East 222nd Street Euclid, Ohio 441 I7 1, ir 1. n' ,2tff"3f' W Rx xikxk - . .hx . ,X g ig ' , - 5 f qliur 1 Il wlrl. .4-ff ,ff .4-If , w,, , 1 G. . ,v , 4 ,. .N , A +- , .f 4... -gr if I--' 9" NX na.- I wa" K. gl lfh Sf rm 'X N . - " 'V + -j, -9.1 , 1 , , 1 u 7? .. . f-' V . . D r f 'fig' 'ff'fft',?.'g,-L' RY' I- Ibiza 'I QC ': 15'l,4U - "rf -fu-'L' . "', . gf Q 7 F '-f Q W-ri .It 1-.. '.. gf ,lj , Y VN v' ' vw' L 4- . ' I ,J , , ,I A -.1 4, K.. . -14" ' N' '- , uf ' ,1-f- " " . , . ..'- " ' W ig-3A:4',j':.v.ffx .:,'-V' W V75 M V ,,: ..,. '.,,- .' .1. 'I 'Q ..,. - X! fe" rv . f K . f-, .Tl ,ff MA' . 5 N ,X -, 59 5. . 31.7 . - y, -,P 5 U . X- -. Ut, : .LIL 1' hx, ' x i' ui?-.:,. 1.,.3i.:,- .xi-.-ll. 41 V.-5 5, A: ' -1' .- ,,f,v.2i'.' '-12: ' ,sc-:.--:-5" ' HL 5-ffm j M- .uiI" 4" ,.f' ml px' - ' :':-1'-..4" ff 4 4 - 40 ' , . we ,.4 .35 4, .-if 'l' A 'fzff-' ""' 7 : ,R ,.,. ' fx" . -Gffsvg f: ' ff' new 1. . N Awe" Mg,-9 pr" Xa Q' 7' ' 1- pq wif: H A E red? . :..7,:- X 'I J -:V ,- f xi,yn- W . fha' A--f.- A 1 X W Jw, , , -M 'X 'ft . ,M -. , M.-,rs , . ,xv 1' ' .A -A ,Yr . ..-,pe , ,, fwfw,-'A . ,. , ,.,..,f,1, 'fgfma'-"" Table of Contents lnfroducfion Academics Seniors ...... Acfivifies , Sporfs ........ Underclass Adverfising. . ....4 ....I6 ....44 ...H2 ...l70 ..204 ....253 'QIWRKQQF' v - K-H x ,dw F. ."j'g.' -1 Q 9.3 J irq' ' 'vt---1 ,n.n' ,A 4 . , hm X.. fi, , . Q' N .4 f nn .N , The empty hall looms. The student queries the way to turn. Falling down endless tunnels of Stairs, classrooms, desks, chairs, 0 J lvl .1 ',Lj.',. Q 51-ff ' e-' Jjlrt' l 'Inf H' T ' 1 Lf, rl is--1'-L People on every side. , Q f- . .gg '. ill 0 I N, pf., 4 He brushes h -xii? . 3, E s-rt? X M- , , '-2, -"-'fl' 'ff-.-., 511- P. .. A ,- Q4 M ' i "M " ' 9' '-ll 'l . -- I ,,.::A-M -F4,'QF,:- -h ,I . . ' ' V 1 'I v, "W 5. ' - " 1' J V.-' '. ,X J r x ,L , , X ' ' 'M' 1' 'Sm 71? N? He shuffles through the masses- Shifting moods. Longing, searching, wondering. Giggling in silly moments of False embarrassment. Gazing down monotonous halls of Mute lockers, he contemplates a new mood. l Leaving to study or perhaps to daydream, Ever questioning the Usefulness of his tools. The blank expression- A constant reminder of Heads crammed with potential, but Lacking motivation. X, f, v" sa -5' K sq 5'-19 ,xy . .' - -.91 " fl . 9 Fw -' jd t?- X np- 4 4- 1 f--, ' U' - 1,-sf, iq- - 1fg1-..4'R!'-,- ' X Q. z.. , f, -,Q 1- W' . .-- - fuflf' ' 0 7 Squinting through fences, with Ideas of Imagined improvement in Expansion. The teacher, too, Must move on- Finding purpose in Dedication. MW .0755 HUME 5 00 M577 Xx- V r TH 2 5 e Moments of uncertainty are forgotten in Contest. Exhausted bodies drain physical resources as Muscles pull together Co-ordinating the individual performance. One man forms from many as Teams attack. Determination, Definition of obiective- To win. 5 Q59 p Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -:D 1 189. ' .hw .F .ELIK we Q "fl ., ., .J 1- nr' 1 a - . E . . ,- A Fw Q R Q5 P ,ff-n ,qu- .0- -vs o'fi.3.L.g. 13395 .aff - M,-um . ,... .. - I" -X ,. ..' ' -' .4-A'-Y, ,, ' 4 "eh Av. , . K - 1 : 1 .-" ' wx ,.'..fY"'-igrggy Yfrr . A "What am I doing here?" In solitude, e Answering His question, and Viewing his Reactions in Perspective. sch individual looks for ' ,A His relation to Euclid, - s f ,.-' -' 61. -, QQ l l 1 l T! t t l l , l .,.n---"""" ,fi '? -- I " SS, i S NX- N A i ?' - N 5+ -N- 1 v - 4 ' - . . 1 X Yv-...g , J , X N --x c ,Af-1 i ' 1 , -xr ' ii k,- 3 wb 'ix NA X F E i '-M, hnflik l , QQ W XA wr-an P tv .1 -,. , S X ,Q x,- .i T,-U-00' . ACADEMICS Notebooks fill with scribbles, Mixed-medias enter portfolios, Orchestrations Melodiously tremble As the student is Exposed to Vocations, interpretations, Translations, experimentations, Education. Method changes From room to room, Course to course, Printing presses, typewriters, Computer cards, language tapes- Where to start? Inevitable daydreams Lend fantasy. To chalk scrawls Covering green boards As the instructor competes To achieve Communication of thought. Victoriously, Subtle intrigue of concepts Stimulates investigation- Alone. wg' -vnznmpnu-4.--,., f 'X X N. I fmt, 4,,,' 1 yi ?ff'.f' 1 x i .f af'- 'f 4 24 , 'f 'L -A. v-K , u. I A! ," 'Q 4 , J' 'ii , I 'A 4 x Y. I I p Lowell B. Davis 1:45, ,' V' i I ' :l ic . - 1,-it "W n' I 4 ' ' tl ' i 1' .i v i ,,j., . ,N r Q i Mary King Board of Education Academic innovations and facility expansions owe their success and accomplishments to the guidance of the Board of Education. Board members hold regular meetings to discuss new proposals supporting the promotion of better education in Euclid, In watching new additions near completion, one sees that "Education costs, but it pays!" tr' X Dr. F, S. Houser Navi W -..... Q is Theodore Stepien 1 ' Milan A. Jaksic Paul R. Totten Spartoco Di Biasio 70 1? 1 X I Dr. Robert Wightman, Assisranr Superinrendenr Q ir- A--. Wh.. S Q I af W. G. Fordyce Administration Building FI Mr. Walter Schwegler, Principal Mrs. Harriet Shears Dr. Jerry Bergem ,fr -N-149' ,N QQQN' 9 4 ff--'reams-X 22 X x I f NSN-lr it g X X : ' 1 xt t J 5 , - .. .ry ' - 1 1- ff t P M -. i-new Ai-:fgfgiggg .541 ' i 0 N "SQf'aw'?s4'5iE?"1'f"f.Qg '- fi 3, 7 ie: if + 14: T' ,Jang Qtalilgif . ,. I 1 frik wrl' Qs .1 1 -'sa - --tx, an E .r Mr. William Lindsay Mr. Fred Johns lv fi is-.. 1 - - Administration A closeness between administrators and students, achieved through better communication, remains a main objective of the governing body at Euclid. Sometimes misunderstood, the dedicated administra- tion proposes flexible programs in an attempt to keep pace with the changing times. Daily endeavors combine with long-range plans to make understand- ing among all factions of the school a reality. kd! -vs' C 1312? Mr. David Nichting, Mrs. Jean Cox, Counselor Counselor Mr. Merwin Staines, Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor Counselor .. . -'XS 4. f.. r I I-s 24 Q --0 Mr. Robert Yocum, Vocational Guidance Counselor o ' R I 'Iwi r"K .4 C no .Y 5,465 Mr. Donald Martin, Dean Mrs. Ruth Smith, Dean BNI: Mr. William Medvick, Dean i ff" 1 Mr. Frank Troglia, Dean By dividing the masses into four functioning units, the deans and counselors have the opportunity to become better acquainted with the students through more personal contact. The various reactions of students to division notices indicates some of the hazards in- volved in acting as a link between the student body and administra- tion. The deans and counselors offer advice and strive to make each student more than a number or computer card by guiding him in choosing his subject and dealing with his academic and, when it is necessary, personal problems on a personal level. sian' " I 11' ID as TJ! Vliss Ruth Vermillion, Counselor Miss Jane Counselor so Mr. Peter Haluska, Counselor X Y Q 5 Barber, 421 ." Dr. Robert Crary, Counselor Deans and Counselors 25 uv. -or 'J' 'S N :fi l 3' J, !7i r -4- Frank Aultz William Brown Judith Carrnody 0 L fe, . X XX 5. c -. C? '74 " ., i X A lf X ,, I6 1'-r s ' 'Sl of , A, ft- Q Norma Cowan Lillian Drescher Kenneth DeLaat Joan Duprey i Marian Dilger Ernelie Gale "What's a four letter word for school?" "'X', I win." Paul Ganim Robert Hall Jane Lellis Kathryn Gates Sue Harris Kenneth Lowe Kathryn Grady Gerald Henderson Charlene McMahan as S .qw 1-. y--r 2a fi b er s 1 s V x . QZTY' xv' lc Robert Montgomery Sue Nelson Myra Oliver "Trick or treat." Lf . ,sf , .fi I, f Y' -io, rag 2-- lf? K, -1 .5 .sim gi xLgf,t,?.gArN liiffrf :gli Pvu. K ,Y , ,. W, - .- l1'ri1. .i tibghc f 13:52-5- N'-', .- . as -5 , , IT. . rf v' IX :xg-,. L-ix: . xX.x1 1 A W. tax vw, .Y,. . W -jig':ajj.g , 1 I-.amov ,K .x vffv N - x IA... ,. 1-file' s A" - ' ligs l l X 12-. ES - ' ,K .I X rf. cr "' f Rgnald Wilt 'NJ sf English Grammar rules governing clauses, phrases, commas, and colons pose part of the dilemma of the English student. Mastery of mechanics of creative writing and vocabulary words are stored in the memory for future use in composition. Delving into literature from ancient mythology to Shakespeare to contempo- rary writers affords both student and teacher oppor- tunities to offer opinions in class discussions. The interested student may augment his study of English by electing courses in composition, iournalism, or drama. "She's still grading my name, and there's three wrong." gi .. J I ,.. 4- - ' N- ,. -" ' 'sf QJV ff, . gp' Q X Q 1, If - 'saga i-,- Ra 1 ""' "w Q37 Q ' R A 'Q V " 'Ni X 1. A 'u 1 r- 1:1 'l 'A 32 vw ' ,gl 1 s it-'R f t fl ' X - it A N Ronald Backos Dale Davison Wllllam Gall William Burgess Dan Francetic Thomas Halbedel Nancy Clark Sheldon Freedman Al JUd9e Scienc Exploring recent scientific findings as well as learning accepted facts, students investigate their environment with a basic under' standing of natural laws, Lab techniques improve as amateur scientists discover the importance of accurate description and cal- culation Examination of organic processes interests biology stu- dents as they study plant and animal life, Chemists study various chemical compositions and reaction with the use of experimental tests. Complex problems involving the properties of interactions of matter and energy interest physics students. Application of acquired information helps in the interpretation of lab reports and lecture notes, it l N., '1 I 11, uf ' They'll just love my new home movies K Z s, -. '28 'JF 5, n..,v "There's tungusarnongus .gi , -- -.--so i "Specimens are not to Marilyn Lucas Joseph Muscarella Robert Ramlow '5 ll A , sw, ia i ,4 1 ll li- , lx 5 V .f . ' t ' i -D I f I K 4 f' I' A dl . -- gl 4-A Q I , In l V is P7420 4 T . I' 1 1v,.,,e,.... 1, x. 5' P ,Ls ., ,fn XX ' ,,, .- xx PK 141: i l X - , 1 V ' XXX ,A 'l 3 ' ,X I , . "My aunt sat on a knitting needle once." eat." Joseph Rodriguez William Starr Donald Steinbrink '- ,j, Ijtygjrf- is' ..,. 1' :lx Q1 r g G5 fs: . -,X . 3 1 K . 'I 5. ,QT 1 x x I A ,i 'L up - ..... ls .mx Dorothy Tombaugh William Von Benken Judith Wiand if ,Q 3 A-e YT? "Alas, poor Yorrick, I knew him well." KKK 29 2 5' il w eg,gig4f' X xg.. 54259 ' W , .' f K ,LQQS K-xgfzi . S XSS X ' F 1 HN Q 51 .'X :3i.a. ,i V.. -2' A X N Jltx Sf 95199551 if :sk X 1 153: . ,'-Rf. .QF . 7 'SFR' , 6, Aj- Q Q 5,5 XX A Q-P-. .'f.jjg17:j. 1 lyf'-'i .3 "Big deal!" Karl McNeiIly Ronald Powaski John Schroeder Wayne Smith James Struna Leona rd Weisenberg Social Studies Attempting to absorb concepts of new and old, the students of the social sciences probe into a world of abstract theories and unavoidable facts. Constant research on various topics gives insight into basic economic, social, and political categories. In addition to mastering historical dates, students must analyze prominent forces of cause and effect. The use of current events in course study helps to spice dis- cussion and challenge personal ideas. Michael Raicevich ,,,'7r Q,- Cecelia Stillman f::O Ir Mary White 'G Q.. ff L Y-- lib Nr C' i L at .. V1 ' ' .asixf-1 1 ,A 1 "When I was your age 31 ., "ie i 4- . vw 1 np.. Mathematics Struggling to comprehend basic theorems and equa- tions, the math student begins with algebraic and geometric studies. When skill in application of knowledge is attained, courses in computer math, analytic geometry, and calculus pose new challenges for the serious math student. Fusion of concrete equations and abstract concepts occurs in the com- puter lab where "Fortran" language is spoken and proposed solutions to X are often rejected, A variety of course offerings gives different approaches for the curious pupil. x 3 - 1 I ,V ' ' -N. 29-2 7h x " L 9 ' qpfy- v , ' v Gene Brearton James Cliftel Carl Clements Marge Gorslene "Wish l could go out and play "We're going to flunk everyone this six weeks 'Y' 'li ,f mp Q -17? X szai la -9' ,I x .3,..-tg, 1 - f- I R..- gkui K ,NJ Qr'H'r ' 'S I , 1 gl fl .L Adam Pawlowski Donald Rinkes Dale Thompson Richard Rackovan Richard Rose Jacqueline Toth Charles Reno Fred Sallach Margaret Uhry "Watching numbers multiply is intriguing!" 'x ,,- V-ff ...-4 d -vi ,'C, T' ' only ia' -. - i Sf" H553 'f 2: ...fb tl- .fu i l c- FT- 'pi' '- if , - -Q 4' l N 0 fixing elections moral?" ini 09 353, n! --. 1 ff -ug "The pickle was this big." Q S-. f-N ' Q4 -Q VY' Business Blank typewriter keys or key punch machines present un- familiar sights to the novice business student. With knowledge and practice he becomes adept at business skills, The com- plexities of shorthand, typing, and bookkeeping are mastered quickly by the enthusiastic pupil whose ultimate goals are speed and efficiency in preparation for a technological age. 'Xp AW '53 David McKelvey Edmund Mize Ben Sawyer ry using pa per." Ronald Seymour David Sterlekar Will Shuster Eleanor Wiegand Ralph Sibert Carol Williams 4-Refi "A 112227 'Y'-'Qi ik av , ,- 'E 'ii -X -v y TT' 34 fa ,I -'GER - 4 -'FC x. ,gg if., J X 1. 5 K 1n.-.- V 1 in-" ' S9 V all ,Sv y- JN A.- "fr ' s s ,5X1'f3SxQ,xs,,gs X Donna Baumeister Raymond Hively Lynn Rosenberg Jean Foley Mei Kamenik Judith Simonich "This number is not a working number." 5 f. ,s-:bpd-QQSQNQI-gg'-A'.-.wa-gp''!f.-sway.-:-m,..s . g'Al-kjgg,n.16.g.gf"1 ' ' -: '- V i. ' .-,- G .. x. s :Qs g - 3 Q . ' s X. l A -4 nr- , Q--Z Margaret Zimmerman Anthony Vaccariello i"'! 2-,ii ra ' .g- ,, " i x 1 J Q- 4 "Nuestra clase tenia 5096 rnenos cavitivosf' Foreign Language Films, tapes, and texts aid the foreign language student in mastering the puzzle of placement and the dilemma of distinct pronunciation. Challenging class sessions, supplemented by language lab visits, encourage individual participation. Fusion of customs and literature produces knowledge and understanding of a different culture. 35 li i if i O P Q r Q 'P v 4 'v 1 I 1 'I' f"T"9 Dale Harper Sam Taylor Music The interim between the first reading of a score and its performance in concert quickly passes in individual and group practices. Separate instruments slowly become one unit of a band or an orchestra as members prepare each piece. Harmony of altos and Sopranos replaces common unison as choirs are directed toward the unity of an ensemble, The concert reaps applause of appreciating listeners and brings relief to nervous participants. Percussion at peace. J I Q lui pn' ,X f N, l gf"o'5ux all ,L - . 1 I jk 'Y -4 Arf Projects reflect the creativity of the art student. Expression of individual emotions is realized through texture, color, and subiect of each work. Teachers stress individuality after students have mastered the basic techniques. Working with chalk, oils, papier-rnache, or other media it benefits students interested in art as a hobby or .Qy a career. Skillfully created paintings or sculp- tures gain recognition through exhibition in the it . corridor showcase. L, "Quick, somebody get me a sweater ., "Warning: Euclid may be hazardous to your health." "Wim mY magic Wand -' ' E553 3 A .sexi . ,-wtf. Q 'X ,Zi 7 15" rw Antoinette Araca 1 Nv0vN,- 7 Y-.L rfvj-L 42' r'i1Cf'Q- ,la A --1 N X .Q ,Q Gertrude Hoeger -... fn- ! t Fred Vollman V 'N-.kg ki'-:P 13" A I M" q--- I F , ' V .ati l 1 l l i I i I L. Home Arts While burnt muffins might be considered a maior culinary catastrophe, the girls in cooking class benefit from such experiences. Provided with thread, pins, and fabric, amateur seamstresses use their sewing machines to create flattering attire. The home arts course introduces all aspects of running and supplying a household to its students. Internal problems in the family will be easier to solve for tomorrow's homemaker because of family living classes. The Home Arts Department enables the student to understand and appreciate the responsibil- ity of home management. Driving With the safety precaution of an emergency brake for the driving instructor, a novice can feel fairly secure in spite of his incapabilities, Practice sessions on safety and laws enable the student to become a competent driver. The importance of defensive driving is explained in movies, pamphlets, and dis- cussions in class. By the completion of the course, the student gains confidence in his ability as a safe motorist, 'ltr ,. Qu' fats? Regina FEFFBYG Marcy Goodman Vinita O'Donnell Kathryn Frye Elaine Lokar Lynn Yoder X ....--., ' hi "Where can I spit it out?" Thomas Hogan Milton Kadlec David Sprochi -l0l'1I'1 Supance . 'Y- ru- 615' F-F an i"7 35 gy Q?"'P ,pai if Ir. If ' - , 'af- ,G can A ,l "Y ll K 1' 5 ev-J I I ywj 4 f- -'uv y- . f gf? A x X ,, .3 .1125 BEL-aff . +. 1 fd Q ' .. , - I N N F- I f 1 '1 q ,F . " X: If ,gfgi Q tl -A , , L. ,sf Qssssssiql , .ata t Al Galicki John Germock William Hartland They ll never catch me in my astrocarf' Industrial Arts The industrial arts student has the opportunity to display creative talent and to develop manual dexterity in many varied areas. Complete and specialized courses include essential studies of mathe- matics and science. Practical application combines with theory to produce solid background for a technical career. "How should I know Henry Ford's middle name?" i -vfsPsm a-s Atv NS l l l i l i i Q.- lt l l l r l i l I Physical Education Released from grinding paperwork and hard desk seats, the student rushes to gym class. Half-dressed, he stands in line and awaits the brief agony of exercise. Various sports test his physical skillg organ- ized games becorne disorganized by the loud spirit of competition, The bell rings and a blast from the whistle brings the frenzied movements of the players to a halt. Disheveled athletes file out reluctantly to face the rest of a routine day. Robert Addis Harold Daugherty Patricia Buck Don Mohr Susan Buerkel Howard Reminick Arlene Carter Vic Reggh px y 5--' s. ,.s"?' 21 L., N-1.7 1. I Chef Roieck Margaret Tornstrom Gaye Whieldon - A.- . f' W, g , N S 114 F M Tx l r ' Qui' '1 ,gt N ll f a 3-.4 5 lf. 'N . 9' t .s . 4-K-1 Q 'SS 'T fn, AO "This is my quiet time." "Wim lUCls, I could've been Coach of the Year." ' .- Q, ii. s ls- - J L... t 'K 1 ,R sv AE- Ks 'ix "Right 36 left 24 Margaret Czaplicki Penny Kadlec Jessamine Hazel Edith Mueller Barbara Heglaw Ceil Shearer ?., N ,ga 5' if Ri i fe ,g K 2 1. ,, CQ-2. l f f .N 1: A . , , I ,,, -.. ,f:r-.-.::,-.- IDU! Ex ff 1 fs',ygfifiriizggjjslflf 1 zifiissgtg, 3--5 ' ' ,-..:....r..':.-'-. -' -45:1 xiia.-z.,-A--.......s ..::ef--"3 -a -- Elizabeth Waselkov "fm s t. . P X t . , ., F rv 'W M I , vvw4f'r: qi 'righrv . I 1 099 1 Q 'P i is. Jig, an " , . A lg , :zilrft , ,A 'I-' if r- Z' .rfieii 1 4: 'F . Q' N! WT? Frank Fowler Charles Lewis Adjusted Curriculum Adjusted curriculum offers personalized classes which provide valuable guidance and additional opportunities to hard working students. Determination and the will to succeed attribute to the success of this specialized program. Enthusiastic participation in iobs that earn credit enables these students to become better acquainted and well-prepared for a prosperous future. Librarians Faced with a maze of volumes and files, the puzzled student seeks the librarian's aid in efficient location of necessary research materials. Special rooms for study in literature and history provide space tor in-depth investigation of these areas ln addition to helping students, the librarians are also faced with maintaining a studious atmosphere despite busy activity during the day, , . Waning, Kulhryn Andrews 19" r L IU Q T S11 L 7 T - E 5 . X X X J k O Nurses KL 'o RJ Mrs Kozlowslu, Mrs Voccczrrello Moinlenonce Sioff fl io RJ Mary Berus, George Brewster. JN C? Xx,,.Q-f ,I x n 4 XF: 5 F32 ig? f-RE 0- U n QOV, 32.5 5-Z: '42, 253' 2" Z 3 o 1,52 PS: 102 D -Z- 2.0" N9- -pa an 0 an :Sf CD 525 -0:1 K- CEU? .502 09-0 if? f',- CZ 522 G - XT nn: 250 fun: M. 0 9. w-mi. O Zin U 2 -2'-'fl aff-Q 23: - fu WU Q9-E ago. 5,-' .QIT1 ,Q - Cx.m sm? 0 - O 92' U7 -U O20 5:2 N4 1133. ur. D -Ag' Sgr X-Kg 'UZ ogg' ig.:- 00 mf: z3'm L .1 EKU aw 5.3. F-arg 223 a'3 3-'QQ 3 '-O 594 LD.. Sanz: 1162 -4? o 'E' SI x-'11 :-mg 3 0 5' 29" TC WO.-4 2.5: SF? 'ff 'wvrlrfqvfg YNx J.: ., Sv ff: is ' , w X S, A' x - K' x X X Sx. X xx x ,Pkg K W . . A , if r U P re. yi! if jr E, I F. Y 1 r Y N 1 X Y i i in E I .1 N I 1 .I so :ii " Wi, 5 -,..-- 1 ...,.,..-1 Non-Teaching Often going unnoticed in the learning process and social life of E.H.S., the non-teaching staffs serve as the backbone for efficient school operation. Organization of school records, office correspond- ence, and other paper work keep school secretaries busy as they lend order to hectic office business. Managing school funds and keeping accurate books occupies the time of the school treasurer. Treatment for ill and iniured students, the iob of the nurses, requires constant preparation for any crisis, The cafeteria staff prepares a Q , ,V wide variety of nourishing meals for three periods of starving If i 1 students, The maintenance department daily faces the huge iob of T i X k T . T T . A 1 is eeping the building clean and in repair. Mr Shellin, Treasurer Secretaries Bottom Row fL to Rl- Luurene McGill, Polly McRedmoncl. Row 2: Rose Marie Tcmn, Dorothy Lipstrcu, Lucille Terlep, June Edwordsen, Movie O'Neill, Annu Herrick, Rose Sbrocco, Donna Bokol Not Pictured Jane Boyer, Dorothy Stross, Mary Kirchner, Ardelle Harrell --"V is 43 4"9m , I. 0 f, ,ii Fa,- f -1 Avi . . '.E. x x ' 2319 '- 1? ' ' . vm xx-xwv-W. -.. 0 .Ng-xw:g1.s..m::: ' , x,,.,xQ,.x , ..X.. Q ' xx .. X 0225 'I ,xg-I Qt , L '?- ix 'Q 3. QZQ f 5753, .v.7.41YQ ' X 5 s 5 xg, mx.. -WLS. ' ,- ' ,r ,X -4 - ?Z'w,5ffiXfivi. Q wk- R -- W 1 .Til - N ' V-r' ' , - V , ' . - Q l i 5,-.f . l I Q pigs. Q ' xifgli . . . Nr N Q ' , I Qi '21,-' v is X V 1 - , i X Y- - I r- '. x 5 , X X SENICRS x NAL. The Senior fluctuates Between extremes of Enthusiasm and Apathy. impatience with his Present existence Sometimes Distorts performances, and Stifles the ability To place his education in Perspective. Encircled by Social stigmas and Clouded futures, a Release is found in Boisterous weekends. In the inevitable count Until Graduation, The Senior Slowly reaches his goal of Completion-the aftermath Of which reflects Nostalgia. X , K I I xk in as IQ , .JAN ' 'L Q9 K 'Qs 'tr-rf' films 'R-f' N Y"-f--'Y can-Q. Michelle Aaronson Joseph Adams Robert Adams Seniors Shirley Adams Steve Adams Joanne Albert "lt the shoe fits .. fgh' ,Q s. F E ? l 3- s, F55 cm .Q wvs X-X W L. N 1.11 . 5 er , .4 ' ' l 'AIO in Lani GH? X 1E ,.-' Ny X 13:-uv lun- Qu... Q Walter Allchin Scott Amos Mark Allison Stacey Anagnostou Carol Almgrem Dawn Anderson 1. lg 'J 'Inav -tn! 'Q C3117 NE Thomas Anderson Ralph Andrews Michael Araps But what else could I say?" I l l 'ff 97" -P LQ p, "lt happened! I1 happened!" James Arko Pamela Ashdown Robin Austin Louis Arko Robert Ashley James Ayers Sue Arnold Mary August Frank Azman 133-L-Y Y. J r,r,.,,rp1gll Q. i , -We .Rx . vt ,X .. 1' A ..., -ral? y - var- 'e-f .i '- Q N., ,ly X..,....s-N V fv:F'l'vfH if ,gg 5 1 ,Y N .-'qw 5 , 1.3,-AQ , X iv z SX N N X A X e as x s :Zigi - A - , s ii' v s. Mary Anne Babudar Carole Baer Mary Ellen Baiec Michael Balale Lynn Baldassarre Russell Balukin Valerie Barabas Barbara Barbato Robert Barbish Ronald Barbish I . 4"" fr , -- fi Q5 G-is xl' y,.,v u sf 1.1 "w 1' 47 f xp ff! K N y J 1 Diane Baron James Barrick Angela Bartel His ba 9- .1 "I've got a Marilyn Bauer James Bauman Roy Baumeisrer gf , A .E , , ., x, 1 N. Q ' f' .9 h 1 'B Q f 1 ' r RKW bl 1-1- x I N A N- Q. V at Whqb' i l 'N' 'YQ'-fvl , Terence Beckwith James Benko Joan Bensing Gene Berardinelli Robert Berarducci S- '41 tr--'Y Geraldine Bergant Rob Berlan Natalie Bernd! Janet Bessel Christopher Biddle 'sl few words to say To you." David Bayko Marcia Beeson Beverly Becken X. ,M'f2f'T-' Q., Y, -QZIYS' F , V, . Q Nr X Y" if 50 Qi! 1227 -,"Nf' N W" CTL? 'tif Li- 1"""Y iv!- '1f'1'.P fi ' ir' 'P L,- Q'-" of---r V s f -41 'Sr T' "' LA 4'-fv 'sl -.7 ? t 345 Qu- !""'7 Qi , 14 ff-"7 I I. Barbara Bish Beth Blewitt James Bodenschatz Rebecca Blanco Lawrence Bock Linda Bogel Barbara Blank Janice Bocskey Robert Bohinc "He's been up three nights studying for finals." .A-f' "Grotto Circus here I c0me!' J Seniors "All right wise guy, where's your hall pass njf ', uv a 6-,i Z' Mm .Qs ',+,'x1 1 A ff-:..t we 'V ... , . c e . , , , Q, ,, ini' it r ,.,,.f. ' -. -ga-1-4:vQf'TwTf:-" L ' 'X I PE' , . -, Nw i, .P-:uf Y- 1 V , 1 J-P.?,,",:f :..q..:W,. 11.9 4 ,A , a .-R-fQff1::"f ' I -Q--t2AL'::-,'fr,:'-' . - . Aw, I 31.4.1 A, -V - .' 1 c- , fr: .- uf". 9' ,-J . ygvti' ,Y f - ..-ff , M-: Fidgifigz ... A. flx. , Si ., , ,.. ,. Q A sit-in clue to the chair shortage. Seniors li 4-"wx ff? Na' :lk A-M4 . xx :-gr f BN - 4 S Ny? X Donald Bone Vincent Borgione Thom-HS BOPP Nancy Bofsch Marcia Boyce Patricia Breed Kenneth Brickman Keith Brady Allan Brewer Paul Britton Michael Brady Susan Brezec Cindy Brocone K "My mommy told me to never talk to people like you!" f ' .git 1 It lv I 0 Q ' sg 'ff' B G' 3- ih 1' 'NOX x Ku '7"" QT' 'D' "This is REALLY embarrassing." Donna Brod Linda Brodhacker Lorraine Brooks 3--5 I9 'N1s, f--..Jr Q A Hefty Broos Maureen Bruening Alison Brown Mariiean Brule David Brown Thomas Bronson 4. L L x1 0 ' " N m. wifi, 'x N. 'lviun reg: 4 0 '23 5? 14 I4 J' ,-1 ' Ss al ,S N Jin, wg-, J- .L gl 1-4 f 'v -1 ll FQ T15 91,1 . f ,z fi'- 0-.Q Y' T ICN ' x 6 " ilk at is . Q 1: is " I . 1 X C17 .., ...f if 0' pf" -2, . s l 'af - ' x x Sip' 'UNL , David Bryant Bonnie Buble-y David Buckner Theresa Burkholcler Clifford Burns av: . 5.73 -, I X . -1.1 ,X 1: ,J Carol Bores Ronald Burge Norman Burke Jessica Burrows William Busch ,os- ' xi ff' , L ,I n ' ' ' 'N' l X ,X-t in I Q V- f - ' , i Zaztftij 1 ' I - , nuztlsfsnl " -L z . J" f i . rrrs i 1 53 Seniors Deborah Campbell Denise Capretta J., -X :far '95 f' 1 F 3. F 1 f5"N '27 , fr-J an ' J. I 155 4-I Af. w ,f sa...-, -v David Carlson Tyrone Carnes il! r 03" 'Sa - Nr 3 I.. QS., --Q RT x J xg Q' ao' 'V' N -...l Stare case, Gregory Carrish David Carruthers f., It - ni- ,.-,Q A P.. S .P wfgv ' l ff 1. V ag lfgif:-if-, Q, ' fxlx !':g5153f1 -EWR : . Q.:-ri?-:Tri-. 1-2'-'k t . 54 James Calandra Candice Callaghan James Caldrone Robert Callow Carmen Cali Barbara Campana Geoffrey Carter Robert Cater Mark Castelletti Carol Cefarattr f 5 X- E1 1' 4""r 1' v-5: 'Y 4 l ' x .,.,,i e ,, . l 4..,.,,.,. l. P' 1l.e-,,1-, e ,, ls, i i . 11- 5- like 's..f-' og 1- adx ts Qf' '- N-,gggf v-i , . , X 4 I .. . I "I feel pretty, oh so pretty"' Roger Cherne Sterling Child Frank Cherney John Chiofolo Robert Centa Sherrie Chant Kathleen Chambers Seth Chazanoff Stephen Chaney Timothy Cheadle S ,sf C.,-7 'Lf X . gf -sv' "Parting is such sweet sorrow." N x N. i ,..Q r N, X 5 - 'iffff , N ' lr? X 52 V li . 55 is I 5 iq Y-an 'ij 'K' r ECFF' A4 1 "ff , '11 ' i 2 ..- , . A . 5 vi 0 , . 4 1 .Q 1 M Robert Civic James Clouser -an-4 Jghn Clapafg, JOl'lI'1 ClOUS9r sl "' Q-lv Charles Clark Colleen Coakley 5-.iq X """ x 3 William Christensen Barbara Cigoy ' J Terrance Chubb Robert Cigoy Ry N' John Churney David Cimperman - " '35 -News "lt's purple cottage cheese." "5he's happy." Robin Cochran Patrick Coghill Gerald Coleman iw- 1 wwf.-n 56 c 'io--W--'r N f' ,C 153' el ,, -. ,,-..-s N. ww we-'ff 'T Y' ax 4. xc 5 Cf r 'FQ' 1 Q7-.75 ?'fN 'QS A Q ...-..-., Q ,..o fn Q.. N -'r 45: fwi l 'i yvvx .1 Sherry Collister J0SePl'I Connelly William Corkin Gary Conklin David Cooney Edward Costello "She iusf got her giggle fixed." 1 l ii kf: Q , ,ls ' 57 xx F ,.,.,, V -wi- ll il "9 'R ' 1 vi N, it Y , y. l Linda Cotman Cheryl Crawford Kathy Cowper David Critchfield if V ra ik - if fs. 'N "I .....- QUX Ph 'v' 'tv Ross Crouclwer Hazel Crowder Ronald Crow Gayle Crown Seniors ., I l if :ei Z I 1 . lf -. i " , Mark Dali: Dale Davis Joan D Amico Jerry Davis Christine Davis Anthony Debelak "Watch it, you've been followed!" Toby Del Giudice Arthur Dell Patricia Devine C' Jack Cucanich Grace Culp Dean Culp Ann Curtis "This is a private sit-in." C? -if---v ,.. lin '15 1!"""' X-1 fx NN . it v .1 Q 1-T?,,. 58 Seniors i F 1 X rl r -5. 'Q' -v 3733 L' , 4""f" fi ,Gil 4-LM., -'4 -an 4'-"-'Y ji I' 'WT vs- fl fl .xii I? Douglas De Viney Forrest Diehl Sally Dickheiser Dominic Di Lalla Dennis Dicki Maria Dissauer "If you get caught, eat it!" i tp X 'Q .,,. 3' Helga Dobler Floyd Dockery Patricia R L x' ,- f 'NT 5,-r Doherty "lt's in the bag." John Dombrovvski we 59 D-M ,ag Marilyn Domitor Stephen Donnally 1' 3- : pg X , J ,..f,l'l i f-N 9x -'ni 4 is i l Seniors Diana Dorsey Garry Dremel Michael Dougherty Sue Drobnick Wayne Downer Paul Drotleff Lawrence Doyle Lana Drummer William Drazdik Dennis Dryer , .08 nga my ,'7TT?, V so . 'ul i ' NQ..-1 W ' v S7 . N Q.- .f -nv , i Jul: J JIT f A ,,il1':'Q T V -- rf- 'J' l X '4 0- 'KSA 7 ov-5' I -Ti 42' , 'T 'vo N - , '-. 1 'VTTI' "Whafza marta f'you?' Bea1's walking 11 "You have my blessings." Bill Ecker James Ellison 'ia -ii. ,fs4-N- Y.-:ni fv5 1 X' x ' YTi::Y A I"-"' 7 X 1 1- gi' RA X Brian Dugan Marilyn Dvornik Denise Dworning Albert Edelman Denise Elshaw "Hal Ha! I can see you out of The corner of my eye." , Y ?s'f7' ,.- . 175 Q... 5' 6, sl ' ez ie 3, X Robert Dybiec Gayle Ebel Richard Eble are he QI .J I ef ,A Iyar 5-Q 2 q,4L7 Qlw- i X. " 'ss Ssix 'A T I - . .15 XIII- 1, 'crew D ' " .f-'. J f , lf nf 4 l l i 4 "Exif, stage left." Roxanne Everett Carolyn Farkas Linda Fatica David Fanney John Fatica Deborah Fatur -E. E .4 IQ " 'Af' ii N jul if dj'-v-up A. sg: ,- Killian Enders David Engelking Beverly English Joann Felz Diane Ferencak fx 5. t-b 2 Kathryn Erdelsky Edward Evanick Ann Evans Carol Ferlito William Ferris fa- 110 -dnb 45? E '55 62 K " X ---r fi 90N 791 Seniors Hd J Us 'ff' max ig. 'N I 0 x JN- -es' '41 ' Hy' 'i -ah. 'lin 'N - .ls --E' Victoria Festini Michael Fitzgerald Robert Fohl David Fidel Linda Fitzmaurice Cathy Force HY ht k , - , ,H Timothy Fier James Fitzsimmons Linda Ford OU t In you re big' don l YOU' "Your feet smell." Marilyn Ford Kathleen Fox l. Jill Fowle Laura Foy T 3 if t i.. : I V x 5.1 gg 1'---vs 9 i l l l l l l 1 3 I 4 -p, 4 3 ' Cui' L3 A Q. up . '1f'V"'y .' 353' -A ' s ' . TTT' , ' .- ' ww. If 4 - X lv. ,. It A' :'?':'J x , U i F X if N il ,--- f' ' 4 nv- "' - l ' " , -.r ,Y .T ,,- N- if s: -QI K , ' if h, . A pc ,.'11i1ia.',.,5' xc . ff:"a"' ,ff ' Ex., ,cg .n Q J.. - D i 'W .lu . Fx f we 9 - PM 'J Y , , A L ...V , xl W V, , - 4 X B . Lisa Francis Louise Francis Richard Francis Seniors William Francis Darlene Franks Ralph Frey R N ,, , Gertrude Friedberg Jo Ann Fross Anna Fugina if ,J -s-.-if 3- 2465 Timothy Gall Gary Gallagher Antoinette Gammiere Timothy Garrett Schuyler Garth "Hellllo Dolly." .-W il x QM" Q if -an Y"'P P11177 Daniel Garapic Laurie Garisek Walter Garling Christine Gaydos Irene Geletka ffl 4 ' ' 1 is ' ,li I lk Q .L --vi li v--..-gr at Ms K XKQQQQ 'ZF W an-I 'riff J f' ffl 'Z . . 1' , I ' W ,J ' K' f- I ff 4 ah, fc- X ,' ' 5 l ,' 11 3 f fl l 1 . f' f ff" , ' ' ' " 51 ' f' f X. 1' lf' 1 N .. N fl , fi lf - 1 f . f ,f , 1' "Watchout! He's gonna spit!" Marie Gialanza lan Glass Cheryl Gockel Sally Gingell William Glickman Bradford Goebel l dtex. E! fb sift' in K R, 'C'- YY 'eg ,v- XM, 65 gn., ki X x is F kXgg'S Q, N, 'T"'fY Q . 'R' I 5. -A' , - , .,, . . ,ZZ . R -af ' Michael George Daniel Gerbertz Sharon Gerbic Bertram Gold Sandra Gonakis ..1 L "-11 , g,-K ..- Jef .S l Ellen Gerl William Gerl James Gertz Marla Goodman Susan Gordos fs. 3 ., -. . fx N- 1 Rm gl ,3 r NI Wzrgr Kevin Graham Waltraut Grau Edward Granchi Michael Grdanc Seona Gran! Robert Greener "I get Mom's red high heels tomorrow." -N. ' xii l "Kiss me, you fool." Michael Grimes Janice Grimm rl .0 I!"- 117 ,Q ou fit f N ' at --V T . 7 ' Yi .TX U' .L eff? l 9? f' ' L n - ' ' ..,. 'bmi' Ronald Greenwald Christine Griffith Shirley Greig Laurie Griffith William Grida Nancy Grillo Wendy Grodf Charles Gronowski "Give me the simple life." 'K' Mrs YI?" 'af Q Q""'7 215 7 GMP 67 vfv" 'f1hW g SA -S. 8 N.. N5 i Seniors Ramona Haze Brian Hacker , v- ,L ,V 3 - .nr 'PQ , . "Wanna see my tonsils'?" Jesse Hamilfon Barbara Hammar Emily Hanak Richard Hanko .A - -. 'W .' in :. , ,,-T- H - 'M af' 'qi 6 G , E -- 1 , -i,N x' - ..- A 1 4 i 68 'Tv' Q..2b xf 'tual an-5 fav' -v- 4 R 4.1 10" Y' If Nm. 5 6 , Q-A 157' if ' Nancy Harper Clara Hartstein Marshall Hatcher Linda Harps Byron Hasegawa Donna Haugh Robert Harris Carol Hassel Marc Haverlock lui "I maintain that the world Deborah Hendershot "It's not polite to talk with food in your mouth!" 4 Y", . X E .,. X f 'x X Q-X X X .., X X X P a NX ig X. , N Nw'-VN?Nx - fx Dale Hendy Deborah Hepp ill . .X Ay fax 'mx ' 2 .,4.. V 6 A W7 ' - --'Q-A I xx .- '. ov" N ,mf x N 1 5' ' x 5, is wrong." Alan Herak Denise Herrws Michael Hieber g--.. ffm gf 1ff"w x 'i' X i . X I 5 'tx g AA- 'DI -34. Q- .Ss .mi l 1.. , ,,. if 4.125 5 V. . x l VZQ5' .-fa ' ' sk '57 'S' r ,, 'li ,X L ..TL,1L Qi., Robert Hill Donald Hiruo Jeanne Hifchox 1 ,i ! -eng YM? 4-Vs 'NJ kr 'W-'X -, 1' . ,. .' Y il-X X Y ' ' ' X Y X N x Xxx Q X Joan Holloman Mary Holloway Karen Hollyfield Richelle Hoover John Horna Eugene Horvat "lf one more person makes me stand rn the corner A W. X J . r. Q5 4 1 mi ,J 'ur-v 1' 'QI- -- 3'Q...-.-5' 4 W' ' f Y S-4' . 9 . ?:y9'1',.no. ZF' ,Z-' 4""'Y 24.1 '1""" Seniors Janice Ivansek William Jakub: The Outsiders .3-an Kenneth Hrovat L J I Edward Hubish Edward Husa Danny Huston ee aovec Debra H1-'dak Frank Hutchinson Patricia Jamnik -no 1117 .--..,-1 41,5 T71 72 ,Tv ' -'., x i EP -1- 2, f E F' Randy Hyde Paul Imm Raymond lvancic e got a badge and everything!" Q QU .. F if .,! K , l 'mise--s 'A ,?4v4"'N "I know he's in there." Mike Janaiovich Mary Ann Jankovich Mariorie Jaros I 1 Debra Jaworski Lynne Jersan Ronald Jedlicka Dee Jimison Gay Jerome Grace Johnson Q ff?-.3 QD 1--9 7 I? ,.-- QQ, Q? I "' 'G 1- -v , ol Sf W!--1' ,F a-.4 35-. K David Jokela Gary Jones Carl Jonke James Kalamasz James Kane Sally Jos? 'AS Michael Juratovac Janice Jurcak Frank Kapler Gail Kapusi T-f Qt 1.1 9 il 31" ' , A.. 73 30 , Nana. nr 1 'avi' NVQ Vue 41, tv , ...N 'fi Nr -Q-1 EX pm-X NYY ' " in-K-ru' Kenneth Kase August Kehn Thomas Kelley Edward Kastelic Richard Kehres Jean Kermavner Patricia Kaston Jeffrey Kelley Frank Kerze Uncle Brad wants YOUI N X x , ' Q ql"'aVx . 'f"""fPl" .l '. sA in U ik xl 'r A' i N i Kathleen Keszenheimer David Ketchum Kathleen Kever Lucinda Kistler Richard Kitko Nbr in ...- '43 was-A, Timothy Kilkenny David Kirk Karen Kiro Timothy Kitsos Darlene Klauga Her better side. Book end Beverly Kleber William Knoch Sue Knox Dale Koberna Linda Klein Robert Knowles Linda Kobal James Koch "' rx ,315 FST i ,,,av' f-' c K Seniors Joyce Koch Jackie Kodra 'SQ ,-0 'J ,'4u WNV? 'cz-" ffv 1717 wr i if? 'Y 1:17 '1."""'?' uve 4 Er 3 Xa-PY' eg, Frederick Koepp Thomas Koger David Kolenc "I was guaranteed a full house." Janet Koefh Ella Kolar Elizabeth Konkol en Diane Korynoski Margaret Kostansek S . George Kosrnetos Gail Kovach Monsoon season. Robert Kosovich Deborah Kovacic ,- 'S' f-1:1--wx ,, 3 1 -'ss l 55' "c:sr- Q-1' N-1' L' Y?"-:vvx Q? 'Nu 76 K Lynda Kovacic Robert Kozan 11"- P1 54,7 Gary Kosich Patricia Kozlevcar "I thought you knew what locker it was." "Ji D .42 wt V-f awf- "And l'm twice as smart as I look." Judith Kozlowski Dennis Krall Richard Krane Patricia Krakauskas Beverly Kramar Scott Kreici 'Ii .- ... , Q.: gtg? 77 -A N T' 4? .Ai , V, T-'Y :ig VD! 35 'Us 8- 1 Q' 1.-r X, L 41 'YZ' U 'H 'gli S 2: i QL-agr ved' "You won't believe our song and dance routine." Margaret La Barbera Joni Lapinskas Lori Lane Timothy Larkin K Q Gary Kubiez Annehe Kuchling Richard Kumei Joseph Laszcz Carole Laukiavich Nancy Laufer Greg Lawrence 'Q is N- 0 n---- f 9' ,N 1' ' I x R 4 .Typ , l s5Y.lQ". I' 'fi ' -: "I .-L. 4 B 'inr- My-X Gerald Kurowski Elizabeth Kurtovich Carol Kwasny Frances Lazar Michael Leach Tmayr sv 78 .23 i ' 11? fx,--...,-7 . N' ,Z W' .N 432- 35" on ff? w4f"!' I Q ES 'ul v Y'?"1 . ., - xwmf f' Edward Lee Shirley Leone Robert Lees Diane Leskiewicz Mary Lemmo Karen Lesler "This is paradise." it ' Terry Levine Janet Lewis Joan Lewis 1!T"f' -.0 Seniors "Boy, am I gonna have a wild weekend!" T-N W" ' "x fr 'i,,., . RS. f'- . . l 1 ' 45 -we l 1 I f l --5 49 V-if 'inf' -1 1 Sandra Lewton Mary Jo Lipovec I Allan Leybeck Allyn Lipslreuer Deanne Lindsey Kathy Liudahl John Lonchar "You can rent this locker for S5 a month," Kafhleen Long!-,ar xlx nf' 1, E i' I I Sk if i xv.-lie? f 4. .- , ,, f., L-Ifivli mf, 'Is 1 C' .fi 1" . fl." I q'. -Q -, l 0 x 4 4 Y' "I'Il never smile again." Barbara Losee Patricia Pima-Lowe ff-'I .ew Scott Lucci Susan Luffler Patrick Lynch Alfred Mack Catherine Madden 'LS is-1' , ' f l?' f , ., ,U4-a,,2A N if! :i hd sz.-:an :LQ Qu. 40x ivy . - sf Y 1 nf-Q Gary Lustic Nancy Lutz LIfe's little ,, ,X 'Af' ' 1 Q- T-T Qc? 'sr ..,-5. w-Y ve. an -'Y ""TP pr' 9 'T 'V 'Q'-9" EFHO MBFWCIYWI David March Donald Mannarmo Jamy Marcus Joyce Marhefka Sharon Marilus My moustache filters e Euclid .......a-4' e V XJ 'Y'-ff? l is, -ls 1. H-'ai ff z B2 X . NCB' ing Susan Marincic Michael' Marino VirginEa Marino Marlene Marko Gary Markuz QM-nvl Richard Markuz Constance Marten Susan Martucci Marietta Massiello Randy May ,NO V'-r i 'E' rs 1? 'SZ' if 4'-v' vuq .Z 'F All 'aw 5 J 5 X r'-P f 'f 1 lb - w ,y Kevin Mayok Paul Mc Cauley Joyce Mc Crystal Bafbafi MC Auley Amy Mc Clelland Allen Mc Ewen BVUCB MC Bfian Therese Mc Creighf Ronnie Mc Gill Sl1e's going 10 sneeze. , v f , 1- "Ano7her fourleen detentionsf' Wllliam MC Greelwan George Mc Intyre I-'Q -, l rtx 1:14 uf e bv Seniors Tlmorhy Mc Kay Joanie Mc Kee ' 1 ,-,. "Am I9 e fe -v 'Ut - . 3 '37 .pun L, 4:12,- Norman McLeod Richard Meden Michelle McMullen Michael Mehling l r Seniors 'N , in ffl "Yes, they're all cheerleaders." Kathleen Meighan Deborah Meinke John Melaragno V.:-fi' X . rl -1' . "1 l l f' A ln ,.J,jj?. -N , Yi-X. 5 "Q4 :.-' KN X , Q , Dale Menarf Richard Mendoza Wendy Mihocik Y' 'Sq' Joyce Miklavic Gerard Mikus Ronald Milavec rvx Q:-r i ,. wr V4 ,,. ef 45" --- N jf".Q lx . ' J , 'x ,K of A 1 vgw-1351 ' sw ' A 11336 8 -I ful " 'AQ gn . WML, ,. ' 4,-5-J 1 :'??fW4:fY'.3:Q - w.. ,,... , J ,- 1:-w.,, ,K .tk N24 gif" . v.-1. '.+,g.- - ,,. ,A .Lv H ...I 1 . 1, v -is , 'uf M K ,, 4 I V -H 'f ' ,I-ff f... , .cf U, Lilflff: ' V .- "I wish I could be a trophy foo Skt Seniors Vicki Mrarnor Michelle Mueller Michael Mukavefz Bruce Munson ..,- David Murphy Laura Murrey John Nagle Mary Nagy 'C' "Will you look at this, Roy." John Monaghan Joan Morris Penelope MOYSB Joseph Mooney Pam Morrison Steven Mramor N ,i',.e,i,, : I ,. 5 G' 4.1 tif' Nm...-' rf' 5 'F 1 "2'. I, , 2 " A-5 Q JU! -in R K -gals 86 I. Nr- Aff!! kr' Q,-g t...4y gli.- if E .... :A if :. A Et! 43 , .X E N6 R f" 'tfrgp - "'i' . h . SN Y X .X azx A - Ghalia Nakshbendi William Naumann Diane Nemeth Judy Neuman Evelyn Nielsen Robin Nimelli "Yeah, this is the Third period I'm cu1ting today." 'Ali X 'xi 'U' .Q r"1 Nl" . """'7 Q ! ll vlrysllf 'Q A , fe- -we , "I, SJ i , N K- -,jx 'mf' l -,- li, N21--.-gy ' R .b l h x Q l xxblfi . .- .,,. l 1-1-of -s..' Ellen Nock Dale Nosse Sandra Nurmi Bernadine O Connell J5CClU9llf19 Olfef Frank Ogoreuc Robert Olds Chafleg Ohl Donna Olinchic "She always lays eggs on Monday." J I f nga Lf dj' I' ' 'Sl xv. f ---ws.. Kevin Oliveri Paul Olszewski Evelyn Oliverio David Onions S ' Paul Oyaski Star Painter Howard Packer Kenneth Paik 'Q l 44 E I 3.8m ev' xv? 145' ' '12 .L . V5.0 '33 . -.r 'Q' gp-AC Deborah Opalk Jacqueline Orsie XY! w ?7""1Y 76? .1535 'fl y yyyyy Y e rl f f Gary Ortman Thoman Ortman William Ostrander Robert Overstreet ls this for the yearbook?" 'Y ,-.-5 i.. 5:12, K X5 ,X X X . v,, wb? ,Sv X?-, 'tfv "Wish I had some glue." Sandra Parsom Dean Pasquale Deborah Palguta Mark Palmer Richard Palmer X.,...,N S-9 fax' 'iv' 1"-I David Parulis Patricia Pauiin Patricia Palumbo Irene Parks Michael par,-Y The unveiling. fir . 9, 1' V9 .- Q .- ,r - 55:15 , X R -ri - 91 wily. VISJI' ,. 1, Q? B9 'R 9 i7'5ff"' ' "'?:7 ,Q Q T"-, . Si i ..4!?cs21 LQ 11. ' ir'-1 , ,ig 'Z- .v r.. we 1 J .A,.' 1 'SPA H I I i --ffm +4-Q.. E 2 'firing ,A J ,' lk,. Jiffy ji i t Q I in 'L " '7?ga,,!2 ' ..,.. ,HI E gg. 3 1 Q 4 1 TL f- .jii ifliii J ' O Janet Peklay Christine Penharth Paul Pennza 'S 435 nv Q? "Keep your distance." Patricia Perchan Richard Pereksia Lenore'Perovshek I. L rs, 'W ,Qs dr!" Craig Pavlik Kathy Payne John Pawlak Sharon Paz Jacqueline Perpar Sandra Pestotnik Michael Perry Robert Petek Roger Perry Jeffrey Periernel 15 vu' r I ' 5 Q Sq---11 if C45 'U' 'cf' Mx 90 Af .Q...,, "u!N CT77 v--:f Bo? Q-H' 'fc' 4.Q Q .ny SX ir X! hr- Y1-fv " q-ds S . 1 1 :iffy fl, 'h 4 5 pf N i gg 5 ipwwf- :A ,,,.g 5 Carolyn Peters Jeffrey Peterson Carol Peg,-0 Lee Perers Randy Peterson Carol Phjllippe Y Y "Don'1 tempr me." -v lr if I-av nv s- I Y., -v Z5 fi . I -4-Y - E Hugh Phillps Marsha Phillips Don Picciano Susan Picciano Mana Pirovolos wx, J.- qv T Q' w -7 A. .,- C-,, ZS ' -. Z' ine ,C 'C13-" 72 3 40 Diane Pisano Theresa Phage Linda Plavcan MichaeN Podnar Thomas Podnar ffi ,p A, .fv f . .,, x . 1 I .rf ,nf -1411 no .. 1, 4-26. , gffli?-. , 'I Q. 7"'f7 J- Q--Aff' ,4- 15 , 'US f AF' if -ar ,i xl, tr" .yx ye 'f Robert Pollack Richard Potts Marlene Povvalke rr r'r Kristine Powers Anthony Praskavich Jessie Preston "I1's the fifth Friday of February and I feel fine," 92 John Price Roger Principe x 'K ,K 4 2 sb "He's overly aggressive Richard Prioreschi Marilyn Puz 'wmv YT-'Sill' ' x 3 -if ogg N ,, . ' 2 x N 'NK- , A H! ! I J, ,A XX. h X QM .. ,fmitpspp Bo vw-.Y Renee Puz Donna Pyle Gary Radatz Jane Raggevs Susan Raggets Seniors Denise Reichman Pamela Reilly Nl Karl Reinbolr Charlene Reya X fir iw' W? or Pamela Richards Scoit Roach Christine Richardson Byron Robbins Denis Riggs Prescott Robbins Denise Riggs Richard Robinson Rita Riley Kathleen Roeder 40' 'V' .f--7 W9 5'5- Y ' Q X . 'iq - Q? Q, N 4 51 ' Q NA - "There's a body in my locker." Frances Reymander xr Linda Rich QQ K3 .i Nw' i QNWY1 , Q QQ 0,5 if YS-sv 94 ff-X 'a fa Q1 " izif 2 x CI.- L- I 1- Thomas Roemar Joeseph Roman Leslie Rghr Pefel' Romano Rebecca Rohrer Douglas Romoser "To cut or not fo cut?" 395 ' ffm +142 ff'-ffx-1 I si' 2 ' N' Qi i . 5 n 'S-95 1 Nf- T11 4-, wr--1 Maryberh Rooney Lynn Rosa "l lead an exciting life." n ef 5, sl .I-4 Forrest Ross X Oo It ,wh ' an E93 vw Ninas. :xx . 1 Q gh, ' ,wh K X s Ol Mauk Rotar Bruce Ruark Charlene Rwdiak 1 x 5 lg . ta Us 5 "r J ' f . 95 I' 'Q R 'Um -we-3 E y.. NJ' 'wi' 4,nq, -1--9, , if.-A wi 535 Donna Saiewski John Samuele Michael Sarraino Michael Salisbury Joseph Sanders Janet Sas "l'm late, so l'll have to be charming." Y ,f """" , f x: I S 1 I Eff . 5 53 5 Gwenda RUPQVY Suzanne Sabo Kathleen Rusnak Gary Sadar D0U9l55 RUTH Joann Sadler Seniors 'pf 1-xx N ' fr X, "I need my brownie points." ,- vi 'f!"'li 96 in . H A .IN Jgx . t X I V' 1, . A' ,, s s ' 7 X . ' 1 X vi' U 1 fl gg Q- . .5 ! 4 AM 54 9 Stunned by the flash of a strobe. Jerome Savchuk Kenneth Saywell Susan Scharfetter ,-Us Y-1-f June Scherlacker David Schervish Joy Scheurman J' ' Q"'P 'tt Y . I .I 'I 5, -1 Gary Schimpf Kirt Schmidt Marilyn Schneider Patricia Schober Karin Schuffert Raymond Schultz James Schulz George Schwarz EN Cathy Schwenner Vito Scotese Donald Seddon Teresa Sefchik Cynthia Sequlin sf T' r 1 vs ga'-' 4... 04 f? 'ff 0-P - 4"'v tx N 11... 3.1- ' J X X rage. 4-. ' xp NN? V-J x W. 1 5 ln, K- X Y 97 ,4--o , ,,, , Q .hz gs -, -.ff 'CN 'V Marlene Seredich Deborah Serksnis Show and tell for the Semor Class Gary Shaffer James Sheppard I V+ - 1. ' fy. Q -t4'.. . 'dal' f.'1:M'C-i" -r... . Q0 , 'sv- ..... , H: Y Rita Sheridan Christine Shiran Karen Shriver :- ' t r '-rv NI V177 S . rug ' 'QT John Shuber Paul Shumaker Richard Siedler Q "25q 3 drink." 'ui' 1'-"fx Q'--7 Andrea Simon Charlene Simons Pamela Sinkovic f 4 Q F i ' A A "It's done with mirrors." ,L St.. , 'Y Q-W s., vw. , ut V: .Ir f 5 .5 it mg . wg: - ,M .. . Q ,ng .sifff -. Aj ii' N7-,1 ,. . N., , - K ' -. S QA assi :- tix S. . ' 5 i i i 5 1 L3 'if TW? ' M ,H I Inf? qs. X r Seniors 'hm' SI Gail Slattery Charmaine Smith Susan Slivers Roland Smith "Hey, they caughi us." Q19 ww .S - far-f 'J '-v -4 W"s-v Kathryn Snyder Lmene Sobe "I can't take this five-day week." Randolph Snvdef Kimberley Somers Debra 50,-mie Susan Spencer Donna Springob H H A 4 H David Sgufar Donald Spiegel Eloise Stallings Tha' cockroach 'S m'9h'Y b'9! Susan Speck Janet Springer Henry Stankewicz ,V Y V ew -,., ,.-vt xr X tb 'Je . ,,,,, e -f xt. X lww xr, O .. wb-as X rl Chi f""'.27 l0l , .hi ? . P 1. 'Ziglar-., .1 4. I '-'19, J Y -1 , Q ' any -pf .w 1, L., i. , 'Wit ' , M t ' ,-:., A A . .' whgi. -, T t 732-' ,-V' .f.L' 7' read Playboy, too." "He's my best friend," . :Q 4, I . .?"? i f ,sri A A ..k. t . Q 1:1 ,aft . N l ' K . Ellen Staney Betty Steingr Pamela Stearns Karen Stemac William Stearns James Stiscak James. Sfouffer Timothy Strang Philip Stravarce Bruce Stout Dennis Straub Jeffrey Strobel I Cf' X R 0-0 15" ti otti' ' s 'in v--v K lO2 "I came to school, so I musi be cool." Gayle Svetin Linda Sylte Christina Szabo 'vs 'tifgv 6 I 'L Michael Szabo Judy Szymczyk Catharine Tabb ang fd! AA tr , 'vm 53' .v-""' "l'm going home to my mommy." A X Margaret Sfrok Judith S1ross 'uf F1 ff 1, ftp Judiih Sustarsic Julia Stuphin Seniors L '1 103 A6 ,,a-Q. iN ,Q H an Y'L"'Y '. Q 'Ai , '. A -i Y. in arf, M V -. o K X I ' K, 4' X X ,flqii K. rim .vi ,xx .X X kg, 5 QNX x lk X N4 QQ Rex .xxiuqX3X. 9 Q XX ex.. . 125 X4 N XD?-is X 'fa X i , HX, , Xl , i N , 1 , I- T .1 ., T if-Z :gflxu 1 . - 'ld . :::'-Dgiflllhl M '- ., E i fcsfflblifgz-t , :. .-415.-:,f':vF . :SEN . i"El+x.' 'fi 152 Vf..5A:-F. ' ,- va v . -.'w:i"'A1g'-A Eg-w:25.2j,jqe'R g.,,3:1x,ji:' az... , ,, Q. --Y, W ,' Af, 3 gggy X kkkkklvl lx l' wifi? flllmzfxi-QVT . ,wi-i. Gail Tabb Katherine Tancredi Patricia Tanner Susan Taddie Geoffrey Tanner Robert Taylor Seniors '53 sl fx. ie, u.-Q.. Thomas Teare Michelle Tefft Roberfa Thiel Barbara Thomas Francis Thome 7:5 U. ,, s L Thomas Tekavic Michael Telich Marina Thompson Marlene Thweatf Irene Tiborsky "Words of more than four leffers confuse me." 104 Xa'9!"':" ' ,V . '. 1, - . ' ii Al' ix . 5' T s vu. 5 A a 1' 'kr' X -f T f' 'J' ' Y-2:57 ,X vu' s, gn... -4 'lf'-'V pf !Xr W- l .fix wp...- ans V, . Aa. lN"s,, . l 'R 3' X '90 eh' ' '11 vu U 'h bv , ,,. 'T '- ix Qs.: X:-'Tn' V fs Y' Linda Tiderman Harold Timlin John Tomko "l've been waiving for this all year." 7 TNF A1 'g A S. Karl Torp Jay Toubman Michael Toth Charlotte Tramposch Janis ToHen Karen Tramsac "Today 'Ing . F. f K 0 2 E T. 015 Helen Traurman Robert Travarca the compuier room tomorrow the world xx Q'- 1' f'x --B., 47 Joanne Trgo Jannine Trorto Anthony Trunkely Innocence . .5i'R5Qivx - Q RN Frank Turk John TuYolo Cheryl Uber f"i Ns! '52 iff 1 1 L 1 Darrel Uchbar Mary Jo Udovic Paula Ugrinic ,I ri, -out-' . 'Nui xx " - A N X 5 Q ., Q. ' ,lvpswgl . Ds fZ...'? Q--.-1 v: -'-- nfs" Fast break Judith Ullsfrom Susan Urban Lynn Valentino :- wr'-p hex 5--uv' -1 Z 106 if -1'Y"P" fx- X Q-1? he qv'--"Y V- 1 s ll. Q. Seniors "Meet you behind Beef Corral." 'V-. 1 Douglas Van Korngut Debra Vilcheck Robert Voase Bonnie Van Ooyen George Vinci Bruce you Janice V-N90 Mary Vincil Lorraine Vollman "Gee, I'm booked up until next March!" - v: f f N-1 1 Anthony Volpe Janet Volpe U 715. : Franklin Volpe Deborah Von Gunten , l -l t 1 - V 'E ' 4 .,,. S45 A 'lO7 g Rfk R 5 4.9 -Q?"-' Q., el 4 'Dm -rv " ar :fy '15 J' H ,, '13-F--,H ,'.'.'1HAg fffl , Karen Waiahn Robert Warner Debra Warren Steven Vozel Nancy Vuranch David Wagner ,f -. 'HJ ,, sf, 'TQ Q-v sp . 55 ,- is 4,515 'Si i"e-'-v Irvs QV S 'vi ...z Gafy Wasgil Edward Weber Christine Weiss ja,-leg Wayne, Jeanne Weber Leroy Wells Joyce Wayne, Margaret Wehrle Robyn West fiat dx 'asia 5-5' Q"""T7 Becky Weyrick John Wheeler "lf l catch him, l'll kill him!" i We fl if 'Qui' " Mimi' .- L, .1 C ,.m..,-3 F , 'x -4 N Debbra White Donald White Linda Whitney Steven Williamson Bonnie Wilson gp Q'f""9P S,-3 Gregory Wies Kris Will Linda Will Donna Wilson Robert Wilson 17? H- :. 5 , f., ,- "And this little Kenneth Winchester Beverly Winner E' 'A ' :ff .w-Gee 1- 3 .i"fs'T' , " y :.p , , it- Y lj ' Li in X ,. Jw. it-r QW gg,-.-1 45' QT'-fr i an . I A5 -'wg 17. 'f Y' i""'?' James Winsor Marilyn Winters Wendy Wiskes Q-3. -6-is T' . Q...- 1' fi, A-, 'W' Gayle Woeckner Randy Wohgemuth Christine Yanchar Andrea Yano Dennis Yen "l'm supposed fo be taking the picvures Frank Yoder Leonard Young William Y0llPOVlCh Patricia Youdell Lorraine Young Mary Lou Zablek .ii 1-, gp- 'i W-'N 4 415 in Y Nz.-Y' '1 hinge izgzzf 110 -QP' A 'gp 1-.9 I 'V 3 4" QP C. frvx ,ar- Qi if T"TTlY 1 'Q . - 4. 5 , . iq asf' .f 65 42117 My 5 V--Q 4?- Sax f'vgf-X Yf""7" ' , 4 .vw- Nils . Ex..- , gp...- 5 Dennis Zadnik Christine Zak James Zakovski Dennis Zamaria Ronald- Zarnick Deborah Zdovc Fred Zele Stephen Zelko Robert Zolinski Robert Zoller f'Ds v 19 Robin Zonneville Laura Zurc Mary Kay Zovac Jacqueline Zylowski "l'm Mr. SchwegIer's pe1 Cpeevelf' ill Seniors , X.. X in .K-R it .- , ACTIVITIES n-mln E? 1 l . , -..-N..-f Members slowly congregate to Create, Discuss, experience. Under-currents of Laughter and enthusiasm Mask the work of organization For proiects. Added opportunity for Contact with People Brings relaxation from Pressures and Communication from Unfamiliarity. gf xg N ,fy ,11. A..-, 1 Jq .,- 9 , ' V , , ,. 1. i 1 - '. gf: "U ' ' Rini r UQ' f A vpxx I xqih-QA x,..f x V A 5 M ,-:Q lf: , H--' H' "1 . ' ' - .fri ,',4?"l:nB1-JH' . U .ni I 'Fun ik .. in: 5 4 311 l 3 -,A K ' '. l-,.v", L: . '. X ,V I f O A v 1 v x X 4 1 5 5 Y J LJ wr- IV' r ,Am h rf if xr yx N ,X , XX i N Americans Abroad program is by no means the ffl I -U -1 ,25 Q ,Z J e e e Q H ., , Opportunities offered by A.F.S. to candidates in the .v s extent of American Field Service activities. Exchang ing cultural concepts through presentation of foreign films, international dinners, and other activities give members an opportunity for exposure to different civilizations. Extending friendship to the Philippine 5 5 A.F.S.-er, Beck Blanco, has helped stimulate interest i in approaching the ideal of world understanding. American Field Service Executive Board Bottom Row IL to RJ Beck Blanco. Row 2: Janet Knowles, Beth Blewitt, Debbie Miller, Fred Heintx American Field Service Bottom Row IL to Rl Niki Gaul, Cathy Humphrey, Donna Woodruff, Nancy Holler, Mary Mayock, Sue Nash, Jennifer Bates, Jim Kittelsrud, Beck Blanco, Debbie Leland. Row 2 Sue Madden, Sue Karash, Beth Blewitt, Deb Miller, Karen Reichard, Janice Berry, Pat Chleblk, Sue Katz, Janet Knowles, Wendy Luck, Marilyn Winters. Row 3 Kay Rctsmusen, Lynn Likart, Joanne Kuebler, Holly Stump, Bari Thomas, Ann Clark, Michele Young, Karen Shriver, Lauren Felder, Meg Cox, Laurie Fondran. Row 4: Kathe Workman, Linda Filsinger, Sue Winters, Ellen Gerl, Judy Kozlowski, Bonnie Bubley, Michelle Mueller, Michaels Barkhurst, Kyle Kopeclry, Carmen Edelbergs, Jann Wilson, Vivian Goertz. Row 5 lisa Lick, Mary Baczek, Lisa Thomas, Ann Sulen, Paul Schutt, Janette Barbish, Bill Mea, Fred Heintz, Mary Geib, Jim Otoloswkt. ll6 Another sale for Ad Club. Coin Club Bottom Row fl. to Rl: Mike Selwciy, Harry Schultz. Row 2 Richard Vesel, Tony Culorellu, Bill Meo. .Eg .. U 5 .x -1 .LW if 'Nm QS. fi . so J' v . vlnu ltltxxi l 1 Xftv , N t :K C1 its it ' A I gl? E A be Y K - 0' School spirit and a desire to serve motivate students to become active participants in the Ad Club. Mem- bers sacrifice lunch periods and spare time to sell tickets to home and away athletic events. Coin Club Accumulating Indian head pennies or ancient mis- printed coins constitutes part of the diversification in the Coin Club. Those dedicated to their hobby continually search for unusual coins. The significance of assembling and acquiring rare or irregular coins lies in the satisfaction of developing an interesting and valuable collection. i 6 X t i ' r i l . 3 - G ,nn 113,- 1 A A . - , -' L, Af A541 Ry 'P 4 I u i -.,.-e s. --4' -- -:vi ' ,, ' ' - ' " r v -Q 1 Z - 3 . " ... '- -s -' Q'1f' J 1 r i . 1 . ...f-N.. ,.......... ' f i -mei. ,!...,.t ,- "i' ', 1 -4 ,lj w ' ,. .J ifklb, . iff? . X M . Kathy Lonchor, Captain Cheerleaders H Joan Force I l... Q I 1 J -I A A A an .- Cries of "Fight team, fight!" echo in the night as 'U' V' the cheerleaders inspire the crowd with a smile and a shout. Through victories and defeats the cheering squad's unfledging support is seen at every game. Energetic Panther mascots create unusual acrobatic stunts to supplement the well-performed cheers. Lenore Perovshek Mx ., 5. xy 4.3 x s r -' NX x 99 'R its 2' gl .l, ,P ,lr k e . X 4 .ixflifnfffl ,I uf .a"'.. xx 1 'x , R ' g ., Wi .r - ge..-5 i , . .A we ' . Q , 1. nfs: 1 :FFS , , iii" . V sc. - , L' 1. . -1 . ' -flhll. -ug ' 'lgaw 55.- 1' 2.5 ""'."4 :Qgf 3 iff- fir sf- 9 5. 'If' l '1- . . . W ,r i 1 1 A "' ' ,gd 5 ,A ig.-35 15215 1' N . . at ' -'LEE KL Varsity Cheerleader Subslilutes IL to Rl: Marilyn Perovshelr, Bonnie Bubley. Denise Dwormng Essie Vaccaruello mv' f' 'X' Junior Varsfry Cheerleaders ITop to Bollomjz Nancy Loser, Robin Fisher, Debbie PUHWPVS NOP 'O BOVYUWJJ SUE P'fC50f'0r Chris Zak' Harrison, Bev Cesen, Cory Lovsin Cuvhy Win. Junior Vcrsiiy Subslilules IL Io RI: Karen Gueniher, Lucy Vases, Bari Thomas. KGVMB FOX 1. R H9 ,,,,..m.---y-' NPN! A HB Camera Club Bottom Row fl. to Rl: lim Toth Bert Gold Row 2 Arlene Kemelok Neil Rozum David Nolan Jack Wagner BUVVY Rubm ROV 3 Kim Somers, Mary Ann Boczelr, Jim Powell Randy Snyder Dennis Tavemer Row 4 Dovid March John Paul Harry Jellrres Foul Imm Camera Club Investigating varied aspects of photography, mem- bers of Camera Club experiment with methods and equipment. New members learn the correct use of different types of cameras and dark room proce- dures. Achievement of striking effects induces ama- teur photographers to use imagination and ingenuity. Talents and techniques enable participation in var- ious organizations and may lead to professional careers in photography. C9 Cinema Club Chairs and desks move by themselves in a movie produced by Cinema Club members. Slow-motion pictures and animated films interest these amateur trick photographers who experiment with Y q many aspects of cinematography. Newly-formed, the club provides - ,Af e A---V-.V V involvement with picture-making and experience in photography. 5 r'mf,,t L.. 'law ' f C.O.E. Cooperative Office Education permits a select number of senior students to obtain valuable working experience through job place- ur- ment with local companies. The program gives students a chance to demonstrate practical knowledge secured in the classroom. Work at iob locations, evaluated and graded as part of the regular business course program at Euclid, helps to prepare students for a competitive world. Cinema Club fl. to Rl: Chuck Ohl, .lahn Paul, Mary Smith, Mark Pecnik, Roger Principe, Lisa Thomas, Pat Christie. Not Pictured: Dawn Steeves, Geallrey Tanner. Cooperative Ollice Education Bottom Raw fl to Rl: Susan Marincic, Lynn Reed, Frances Lazar, Toni C-ammiere, Ellie Stallings, Kathy Grossman. Row 2: Sharon Marikis, Shirley Adams, Pat Punto, Marilyn Ford, Jackie Kodra, Bonnie Wilson, Sue Urban, Mr. Mclielvey. Raw 3: Tom Ortman, Janet Lewis, Pam Reilly, Debby Serksnis, Carole Laukiavich, Cathy Schwenner, Louise Francis, Pom Sinkovic, Carla Seilert. Raw l: Rita Riley, Margie Kastanselc, Laurie Gariselt, Rabin Austin, Sharon Gerbic, Pat Tanner, Pat Perchan, if' 5- Q , 5 .X M ' Q9-f l " 121 D.E.C.A. A national organization dedicated to the promotion of student interest in distributions and sales, Distrib- utive Education Club of America offers a basis for many promising careers in management and marketing. D.E.C.A. stresses the importance of good relationships between employers and employees and helps students to gain valuable experience and in- sight into the complex free enterprise system. Euclid Theatre Guild The new Theatre Guild became composed of a con- glomeration of students whose interests revolved around the various facets of the theatre. The club appeals to many interested in drama and offers par- ticipation in constructing sets, make-up, and cos- tumes. The successful performance of Euclid's plays depends heavily on the achievements of the Guild. Many students who enioy acting try out for roles in the plays. Other members usher, sell tickets, and aid in the production of the plays. A point system encourages Thespians to work longer and harder. By forming the Theatre Guild, the quality of the plays improve, and opportunities for those inter- ested in the theatre increases. Cv? W Distributive Education Club of America Bottom Row fl to Rl: Becky Weyrick, Betty Steiner, Pat Palumbo, Darlene Klauga, Beverly Winner. Row 2: Kathy Cowper, Linda Rich, Kris Powers, Deb Fotur, Marlene Powolie. Row 3: Deb Papay, Jim Benko, Mark Palmer, Andy Shusteric, Deb Meinke. Row 4: Don Minor, Dale Menart, Mike Parry, Jim Zakowski. Row 5: Mike Janatovich, Bill Ecker, Rich Prioreschi, Bob Hill, Euclid Theatre Guild Bottom Row IL to Rl: Steve Williamson, Marilyn Bauer, John Reece, John Cassese. Row 2: Joyce Tianello, Rhonda Malin, Sherrie Saiter, Doug Barry, Doug Behrends. Row 3: Karen Guenther, Debbie Lutz, Pete Morkovich, Fred Land. Row 4: Pat Chinnici, Chris Letanosky, Vanya Akrahott, Carol DiBiasio, Craig Pavlrk. Row 5: Judy Pantages, Rick Brown, Andy Nach, Chris Hulewicz. Row 6: Diane Fabig, Peg Frele, Jan Kastelic, Marcia Lobas. Row 7w Rae Lynn Cebul, Betty Donajtrs, Mark Battista, Barb Losee. 122 Eucuyo Eucuyo encourages experiments in originality by providing opportunities for students to create short stories, poems, and innovative art work. Students may express controversial feelings, illustrating that they are able to probe into the world of the indi- vidual. The literary volume searches for the original, excluding the works of conformists, and resulting in a representative voice of today's youth. E-Room Tensions of hectic mornings quickly evaporate during lunch breaks in the relaxing atmosphere of the E-room. Music and snacks add to the after-school enioyment. Fall and winter dances make up much of the night-life of the social center, and in spring, enchanting decorations transform it into festive prom locations. Two s company, three's a crowd!" vuqr' G ..- 3 i ' pa Friendship Y-Teens Baltam Row fl la RJ: Patti Becker, Marran Cholewiclri, Cathy Fasham, Chris Weiss, Laurie Griffith, Grace Hummel, Beth Johnston, Karol Martin, Linda Wise, Debbie Simpson, Carol DiBiasio, Loreen Yager, Janie Cowan, Marsha Grillith. Row 2: Karen Guenther, Cathy Kenilr, Fay Davis, Marilyn Cup, Sue McLaren, Mary Ann Pureber, Carol Weiss, Nancy Tomko, Kathy Brown, Carol Buchholz, Amy Balale, Laurie Smerclel, Alice Taylor. Row 3 Doris Dunbar, Janie Cathcart, Janine Taylor, Kathy Monahan, Char Feiralo, Nancy Elze, Sandy Hocevar, Debbie Meyer, Joyce Tucceri, Nancy Hrovat, Darlene Markavic, Danna Uchbar, Caral Flescia. Row 4: Bev Cesen, Hrigetta DiTomaso, Ann Branaka, Melissa Carmany, Irene Ponsart, Nancy Anderson, Diane Dilalla, Marianne Tomola, Laura Plesko, Debbie Skerly, Linda Strobel, Mary DiMare, Chris Medlen, Mary Marino. Raw 5: Pam Stearns, Barb Cigoy, Laura Mooney, Kathy Liudahl, Sarah Richards, Gayle Rogers, Aldona Narusas, Jean Teschner, Sue Thomas, Kathy Tarantino, Chris Letanoslcy, Judy Pantages, Mary Ann Kazich, Jan Erlrenburg, Dar Yeray. "I iust don't understand." 2, his-4 "Wifi Friendship Y-Teens Executive Board Bollom Row IL Io RJ Elaine Bronalra, Karol Martin, Pam Stearns. Raw 2 Laurie Grrllrth, Carol DiBuasio, 174 L. 1 -..,. T', "And now for the second line." 'Just throw everything away." Friendship Y-Teens Formerly divided into sophomore, iunior, and senior factions, the Friendship Y-Teens has been transformed into a more unified group by the integration of the classes. One aspect remaining changeless is the goals of this civic-minded club. Service to the community contributed through various proiects and money- raising activities represent the main responsibilities of the Y-Teens. si ..,. X Xie .11 x in .Nx.1s. 'X '- r ,L I Future Teachers of America Executive Board IL t Hocevar, Historian: Roseanne Garubo, Janet Zale Gaydos, Beth Harris, F.T.A. Investigating varied areas of the education field, members of F.T.A. examine possible career choices. Knowledge attained through experience in tutoring students and descriptions presented by guest speak- ers aid Future Teachers in serious consideration of available opportunities. Through personal observa- tion of teaching techniques, members formulate opin- ions of educational methods and view the responsi- bilities of the profession in perspective. 5 5.5 ,, al, 9 , ,, .QL A A l fl 4,7 ,, e- ,'7 l I 1 l I A f . X . f 4 JL, o Rl: Marla Goodman, Vice-President? Peggy Strolc, Secretary: Marlena Marlra, Trensurerg Janice tel, Cathy Humphrey. Nor Pictured: Debbie Hudak, President, Nancy Borsch, Carolyn Farkas, Chris 1 l?6 la Nalrshbendl, Lynn Rasa, Carla Slrunk, Nancy Temple, Sandy Henderslsal, Cathy Wm, Raclyn Cebal, Marlon Chlaeweclu, Pa! Chmmcr, Drane Smllh, Pow 2 Sue McLaren, Beth Marhelka, Debbie Hudalr, Marlene Marko, Bev Beckerl, Carol Almgren, Marla Goodman, Debbue Leland Raw 3 Mary Marana, Jane Calhcarl, Ins Onlons, Sue Kalz, Gayle Jane! Sprrnger, Carolyn Farkus,vNancy Borsch, Chrrs Gaydos, Brlan Dugan, Lvnda Kabul, Felz, Par Slmeo, Taree Rovhroclc, JoHanna D-Tlrra, Charlene Erzen, Llsa Llck, Llndu Ollver, Mlchele Mueller, Gall Slavery, Nancy Reed, Elleen Hanna, Belly Hrll, Chrls nchesler, Bruce McBrlan, Noah lallgluola, Belh Cunnlngham, Cheryl Radalz, Susan Prlce, Karen Hllblsh, Mrclwele Young, Helga Dobler Y.. Quia l27 4 L2 is .- i-.. '-L.. ? lr Fulure Business Leaders of America Bottom Raw fl to Rl: Marie Raplrin, Jean Shepard, Anno Ruilo, Pat Slmrronc, Mary Mcculy, Pam Morrison. Row 21 Jean Eddy, Kathy Cook, Janet Gales, Janet Sas, Cindy Segulin, Chris Richardson, Maureen Ray. Row 3' Sue Rose, Lynn Weber, Sandy Hanlon, Bonny Von Ooyen, Ken Brickmun, Kathy Roberts, Irene Geletka. Raw 4. Sue Zentgraf, Andy Malenda, Joni Laprnskas, Denny Krall, Sue Medves, Margret Juratovc, Cindy Cooper, Ran Burge. F.B.L.A. Interest in future business work provides initiative for membership in F.B.L.A. Aware that business stu- dents must supplement their typing, bookkeeping, and shorthand courses, the club strives to present other aspects of the working world. Gaining experi- ence in addition to classroom activities, the student learns successful methods for business. Humanities East Humanities East's goal is to broaden the student's awareness of his environment and to acquaint him with seldom-discussed parts of his culture. Curiosity becomes an advantage to those interested in testing new educational experiences through enlightening programs and presentations. By traveling to different schools and discussing with other students, members learn to become more sensitive to human interests and to enlarge their sphere of communication. Humanities East Bottom Row fl to Rt Beth Blewrit, Sue Raggets, Marilyn Hribor, Janet Springer, Les Rohr, Terry Levine, Bonny Nrmellr. Row 2 Janice Berry, Mary Ja Lrpovec, Judi Strass, Kay Rasmusen, Cheryl Broderick, Tomosrnc Stephan, Chris Davis, Sharon Morel, Row 3' Eileen Hanna, Bill Meo, Fred Herntz, Alice Swartz, John Tomico, Marlo Goodman, Sue Gordos, Linda Sylte. Row 4 Trudy Oliver, Bob Pollaclr, Joan Oliver, Judy Kozlowski, Joan Bensrng, Ellen Gerl, Robin Cochran, Marc Kellner, Mike Selwoy. Row 5 Walter Stalzer, Dove Crutchfield, John Olcrarcrli, Kim Somers, Ian C-lass, Bob Bohinc, Denny Straub, Ray Baumeister. IPB Foreman! Club Bottom Row ll to Rl: Tim Kilkenny, Jelf Peternel, Kurt Banlord, Sam Tomaselli, Donald Bone, Harry Johnson. Row 2: Gary Conklin, Frank Thome, Bob Pavlovich. ,za t i Foreman' --rl 45" . A Club Mechanical proficiency as well as experience in handling complex machinery result from membership in the Foreman's Club. Assisting in machine shop classes, boys must exhibit responsibility and adept- ness. Knowledge of safety remains a maior concern in choosing members for this organization. Leffermen 's Earning a varsity letter enables the finest athletes to become members of the Lettermen's Club. Their superior skill is seen by an often restripe on a letter sweater indicating the great deal of time and sacrifice spent to earn recognition. LeItermen's Club Bottom Row fL to Rl: Mark Resnik, Don Seddon, Craig Hodaluevic, Jim Kane. Row 2: Kurt Benford, Jeff Davis, Sue Picciano, Jaan Force, lenore Perovshek, Bonnie Bubley, Kathy Lonchcir, Chris Zak, Essie Voccariella, Kathie Fox, Denise Dworning, Doug Romoser, Jim Nagle. Row 3: Dave Fanney, John Fatica, Jim Kalamasz, John Tutolo, Dwight Yoder, Bob Ashley, Gary Gallagher, Bob Cento, Art Gold, Ken Lewis, Keith Kemplre, Bill Hodges, Mark Jochum, Dan Williams. Row 4: lun Glass, Dale Haynacke, Roger Hively, Bill McGreehan, Rick Bendure, Al Lipslreuer, Rick Day. Row 5: Tim Larkin, Fred Zele, Mike Hieber, Ed Castello, Dean Pasquale, Norm McLeod, Frank Hauser, Mark Rotar, Scott Lucci, Jerry Kurowski, Jim Stiscak, Keith Berlan. l29 .-.-r.-.vnu Girls Alhlelrc Association Bolram Raw lL la Rl Marie Raplnrn, Debbie Bolon, Lynn Raas, Cheryl Schoeneclrer, Vrclrr Wallace, Amy Marlon, Jackie Coolr, Chris Medlen, Lynn Barzel, Patty Petscher, Denise Kinsey, Jennrler Bates, Diane Zura, Karol Martin, Jay Scheurrnan, Laurie Grrllrrh, Mrqlrr Evrrs, Caral DrBrasra, Jane Cowan. Row 2 Doris Dunbar, Renne Karrch, Gayle Krmberly, Georgrann Pace, Jan Taub, Jan Erlrenburg, Sue Nash, Grace Hommell, Sue Kalz, Nancy Elze, Sharon Glass, Marilyn Greenwald, Lorraine Kain, Elaine Mag, Diane Fabrg, Peggy Frerle, Carol McVey, Janie Calhcarl, Janine Taylor, Michelle Dobray, Marian Cholewrqlri, Karen Buccrllr Row 3 Lynn Zola, MaryLou Lrclrert, Lili Rrbarrch, Charlene Perrala Kathy Monahan, Brrgella Drlarnaso, Cathy Kenrk, Joanne Kuebler, Darelene Yeray, Carol Plescra, Barb Brennan, Jalrnda Laurencell, Diana Nass, Meg Cor, Jackie Fogrars Fay Davis, Marilyn Cup, Laurie Vazel, Kalhy Mason, Collen Walsh, Debbie Harbsl, Mary Harbsr Row A Cyhalra Nalrshbendr, Karla Mvtfr, Debbie Slrerly, Sue Harlego, Joyce Tuccerr, Sue Brezec, Denise karrer, Judy Suslarsrq, Ann Clark, Beverly Kramor, Lynn Lurkarl, Mary Gerb, Gayle Rogers, Darlene Marovrc, Nancy Hravat, Darlene Yeray, Bannre Brayanl, Judy Chant, Vrclry Paparrzos, Barr Thomas Row 5 Kitty Know, Michele Young, Jane Williamson, Judy Panlages, Les D Anna, Mrqkre Mueller, Cher Broderick, Jan Zalelel, Pat Vrbbert, Ardrrh Saeder, Sue Zurc, Michelle Barlrhurst, Jean Mullclly, Anna Sleper, Carole Wrehn "Now with this cookie you get 50 extra trading stamps." f , 5.52--5 , ff:Y'539f519.2f pw M 3 Girls' Arhlelrc Assocralran, Executrve Board Boriom Row IL to Rl: Debbie Harbst, Bobbie Frllrk, Leslie D'Anna. Raw 2: Dianne Raggets, Wendy Wislres, Mary Ellen Ba'ec Ann ri 1 , ema e Pyayec, Thea Syloka Row 3 Barb Earbata, Sue Gordos, r Ld.. G.A.A. G.A.A. spotlights action. Intramural sports enables members to develop individual skills while organ- izing friendly competition. Open to all interested girls, the Girls' Athletic Association also becomes engaged in various social activities. Whether drib- bling a ball or selling cookies, these active members combine fun with athletic sports. Spiked punch. Girls Athletic Assoctatron Bottom Row ll lo Rl Jean Eddy, Jeanne Pedone, Sheryl Tucker, Laurie Srrterdcl, Jan Lotelr, Karen Guenther, Rae Lynn Cebul, Mary Ann Pureber Chris Weiss, Ginny Marino, Judy Szymczylr Carol Wetss, Barbara Kohler, Marsha Gr-llith, Terry lsastan, Linda Wise, Beth Johnston, Nancy Tarnlo Pow I' Jer Dc-Ad Lnca Strobel Man ra Stelmach, Debbie Meyer, Donna Uchbar, Anna Planrsek, Nancy Nickels, Marcta Boyce, Lynn Jersan, Pat Dt src-ll, Janet McKee, Laura Kavociz, Wendy Ztnk, Joan Monaghan, Judy Savarino, Joann Mahuslry, lorelyn Hudec, Kathy Humphrey Row 3 Chris Letanosky, Carmen Edelbergs, Laura Mooney, Linda Frlstnger, Lisa L-ck, Sue Wnrers Barb Trmrnsl-, Sue Thomas, Kathy Tarantino, Laurie Vozel, Kathy Mason, Sandy Shaller, Lisa Harris, Diana Erne, Sue Trunkely, Ceal Zupanctc, Nancy Cooper, Cindy Bahunan, C-ndy Yanchar, Pat Kadunc Pow 4 Mary Marina, Marilyn Schneider, Gayle Ebel, Linda Gorlup, Linda Beadle, Dtanne Roggcls, Anne Marte Ryavcc, Roberta Ftlltlc, Mary Ann Bocztzlr, Rose Ann Ltclcerl, Chris Morttncic, Donna Woll, Cheryl Radatz, Joyce Ensmrnger, Charlene Erzen, Judy Sosa, Sandy Smith, Lynne Jones, Ctnrty Barbrsh, Mary Ann Balasla Raw 5 Marilyn Myslnsl-, Pam Barker, Jalte Staslrurtas, Thea Sytalra, Marilyn Cup, Barb Barbato, Jane Haspodar, Wendy Wishes, Mary Ellen Bates, Sue Gordos Pat Sylte, Viv an Gaertz, Karin Patterson, Melissa Palumbo, kathy Helrnick, Georgene Wetzer, Linda Spears, Pat Srmeo, Judy Neuman, Laura Leach fr gc-'. gf, ,. g,...,lj f . , ' 4. - A A - A - - I . T31 5 i 'za .. :pi gasp... Y' G.L.C. Shrill whistles blast and shouts of "line up" echo in the gym as a white-shorted girls' leader begins the gym class. Necessary aids to the Teaching of physical education classes, leaders organize exercises, help teach skills, and referee class time and after school sports. Accepted responsibilities and sacrificed time ,' find reward in the social activities and companionship j ofG,L.C. members, I 2 - - K . Girls' Leaders Executive Board Bottom Row IL to Rl Barb Cigoy, Historiany Bobbie Theil, President, Sue Picciano Treasurer, Linda Plavcan, Vice-President. Row 2 Lori Lane, Ecrb Barbato, JoAnn Felz, Secretary. Girls' Leaders Club Botlorn Row IL to RJ- Bobbie Theil, Row 2 Linda Plovcan, Barb Cigoy, JoAnn Felz, Sue Picciono. Raw 3: Chris Weiss. Sue Brezec, Lori Lane, Laurie Griffith, Raw 4 Mary Ellen Buiec, Morilyn Winters, Pat Poulin, Debbie Opallr, Barb Borbato, Wendy Wislres. Pow 5 Shelly Lane, Put Sterling, Marcia Mramor, Roberto Fiflik, Diane Zuro, Marilyn Perovshelc, Leslie D'Anna, Diane Raggets, .lane Hospodar Pow 6 Mrs Buerlrel. 13? Key Club Bottom Pow Mike Murphy, Row 2 Dove Steinhouer, Terry Galloway, Mike Vernon Handshaw, Bob Knight, Ken Winchester, Bruce f 1 1. me L . ' 1 , 0 -+541 i r Key Club Sponsoring drives for United Appeal, ushering at school events, or decorating a hospital represent the diverse activities undertaken by Key Club. Organized through the school, but under the guidance of Kiwanis International, this active boys' club consistently demonstrates their competence and reliability in community services, Although Key Club is chiefly concerned with working within their school and their city, there is still time for social activities which provide only a small reward com- pared to the satisfaction each member gains by helping others. IL to Rl Mike Padnor, Doug Romoser, Craig Hodakreviq M,ke Telch, Bob Bohinr Pick Francis, lim Kolamasz, Ray lvanqic Kevin Brain, John Wendorll, Bob Sanlord, Tom Rallerry, Craig McDonough, Tom Muscenri, John Dogan ero, Dave Brooks Volante, Torn Branson Pow 3 Dale Hacker, Glenn Higoki, Mike Kcgan Eric Bana Jell Harris, Frank Srnolinskr, Daye , John Telich, Paul lrnrn Pow 4 Dave Wagner, BII Fergus, B-II Kovatch, Randy Kubet-n Douglas Rebeck, Mike Sultle, Harry Dove Sinclair Row 5 Marc Kellner, Lee .loloyec Jell Heed! Dave Brodowzki Dennis Smith, Steve Thayer, Chuck Sims McBrian, Bob Dybiec Row 6 Brent Buckley, Ron Brow, John Akiba, Phil Wright, Mark Jocliam 'Pai 591. g,'F 'Il .Jfl .ph xii: ,R ,...' L '.n .nt Z"ginr.:::2z..... . ' ',-x,x2:.ls-I-:s.2f.'il. -L- .. 2745.4-,'-ir. A A Maioreffes Arriving for early morning practice in blue leans and tennis shoes, the maiorettes drill to the sounds of the marching band, Sharp whistles signal the beginning of the routines of twirling batons and precision kicking. During aftenschool practices mem- bers create new formations and strive for synchron- ization for the halftime show during the football and basketball games. XX, ...Qs-fa 11 .,-. I i urea- -. .foo 5"5 Ili" "' Skinny legs and all! Head Mcrjorelles ll lo Rl: Pal Paulin, Gurl Kopusi, Senior Mojorerres fl Yo RJ- Anno Fugino, Bernie O'Connell, Gayle Crown Junior Mcjorelres fl vo Rl: Lynn Never, Rhonda Vedlrck, Gayle Reese. P9 135 ,L ..., . ,F 5 National Forensic League Bollom Pow lL to Rl Cathy Witt, Lin Brodhoclier, Maureen Roy, Sondra Oblich, Debbie Leland, Mr Robuck, Sponsor, Row 2 Carol Almgren, Peggy Strolc, Amy Hungerford, Kathy Moson, Nancy Foley, Debbie Bernd! Row 3 Kathy Rusnalr, Gayle Rogers, Joan Fields, Kathy Humphrey, Fat Simeo, Candi Callaghan Row 4 Doug Behrends, Eric lmm, Roger Osgood, Don Hiruo, John Cossese, Nancy Reed N.F.L. An interest in public speaking, and a desire to per- sonally compete characterizes the member of Na- tional Forensic League. Endless hours of practice with a coach, a partner, or by himself are imperative in preparation for his event. Competing three times before different iudges, increases his nervousness in anticipation of placing during the tournament. Metal Sculpture Armed with goggles and blow-torches, members of Metal Sculpture enthusiastically attack scraps of metal in an effort to weld unusual pieces of art. Splashes of color often lend interest to creative works, and variety of texture leads to a new medium of expression. The unlimited field of possible crea- tions entices students to make use of their imagina- tions. Metal Sculpture Bollom Row lL to RJ Mary Smith, Judy Ullstvom, Connie Colt, MaryEllen Lee, Robin Stratton Row 2 Mr C-errnock, Sponsor, Tom Allchin, Gary Radatz, Gary Conklin, Kay Rusmusen, Ann Wright. 136 Movie Club Botlam Row IL lo Pl Clora Hortstein, Linda Lewis Row 2 Kurt Bonlord, Scott Bonlorcl Pow 3 Peter Gaizutis, Andy Nach, Fred Land, Chris Hulewicz. Raw 4- Mike Selway. Row 5- Harry Jeflries, Doug Behrends. Medical Careers Club Bottom Row IL to Rl' Debbie Cheich, Sur: Madden, Mary Lemma, Karen Sbrocco, Debbie Horbst Cathy Tabb, Bonny Nirnelli, Candy Callaghan Row P Janet Knowles, Wendy Zirnik, Kathy Liudohl, Sandy Gubonc, Joan Reinwold, Janine Taylor, Donna Hough Row 3- Pat Andrews, Laurie Tanner, Kitty Knox Jean Mullolly Jean Shepard Ginny Kumel Denise lclre Row A Bev Bowers Mar Ann r t i 1 i Y Shilling, Sue Ullman, Nancy Nickels, Charlene Erzen, Nancy Keay, Wendy Wishes, Lindo Thomas Raw Jim Ayers, John Paul, Dan Hiruo, Frank Haylror, Ron Zorniclr, Phil Stravorace, Donna Peslotnik Debbie Peilotnilc nice Kite 5 Roger Principe li l37 Movie Club Audio-vision has become an increasingly influential means of education. The Movie Club member pro- motes interest in the use of projectors and other equipment, and often comes to the aid of the teacher who is puzzled by the intricacies of the proiector. Members also operate the noon movies and help to distribute the audio-visual materials. Eu i reri Zupancic, Cathy I Q O O When the Future Nurses Club admitted male mem- bers, it was renamed and appropriately became the Medical Careers Club. Sponsored by Euclid General Hospital, the club provides many opportunities for participants to view various aspects of the field of medicine. Hospital tours and guest speakers provide encouragement to those interested in the medical profession. A 'll D" ff.: .- ,li flxa, f EM . 1: Q',ff'. L' ' ' " Ill.. 'lfgpii--"I" ---+ """Ff1 . g ...-JE Z Q X "sg,1,: 3 1 X X.. NN . RW . N Q3mg,. 'Q -N Sxgm A X, N XJ- ' JS' X-.N , 'A Band Sergeanls IL Io RI: Ron Lyman, Pot Kasfon, Mike Bolale. The band goes marching two by two ... hurrah, hurrah! Symphonic Band FLUTE: Jennrler Bales Murrlyn Bauer Janrce Berry Jane Cowan Marcro Ferock Wendy Llck Mary Lrckeri Joan Olwer Lorrarne Punzar OBOE: Lynn Allchrn Pol Kagan Sue Nash CLARINET: Dowd Buckner James Burns Pam Hope Gary Jones Sue Karz James Krrlelsrud Barbara Losee Dowd Omons Charlene Raya Glen Rrchardson Mary Schafler Joy Scheurman Brll Semenclwuck Alrce Sweet Kathy Toncredr Barbara Thomas B W lk Sill? Wrghfrlran ALTO CLARINET: Karen Rercnord Lrnda Serple Don Salrrs BASS CLARINET: Chrrs Callrerf Mark Glrrrskr Mary Lou Lrckerl BASSOON: Cheryl Crawlard Tom Toranlrna ALTO SAXOPHONE: TENOR SAXOPHONE: Harry Jellrres Joseph Lovano BARI TONE SAXOPHONE: Dowd Dawes C ONTRA C ORNE T: Mrkr: Bolale Ronald Brow Wrl Chrrslensen Thomas Cole Pa-rl Dralle-Il Bob Dunker Ron Lyman Jrrn McVey Kevrn Olrverr Mrke Sulrle Doug Yandala FRENCH Kewn Kelley Mark Lrckerl Judy Neuman Deborah Vadnal BASS HORN TROMBONE: Mark Doblekar Paul Hungerlord Allred land Blame Levwg Mrke Murphy Frank Yoder BARI TONE: Tm Cheadle Dowd Cooney Frank Hauser Rrck Perekslo Doug RQ-beck Dowd Srrrclarr TUBA: Sk-p Garth John Horna Jrm Kukral Dowd March Donald Srnrck l PERCUSS Rrchard Bendare Greg Lyman Perer Markavlclr Joe Sharpe Roy Sonnrag Sml ng Wrlgan ION: l Orchestra and Band Beginning the year with exhausting morning prac- tices, marching band members quickly learn about regulation march steps, frostbitten fingers, and Euclid roulette. Completing their season of enthusi- astic participatian in imaginative football halftime shows, marchers retire to the rehearsal room to begin their concert season. Blaring brass players reluctantly face the impossible "pianissimo" as music styles change sharply from fast marching numbers to a varied selection of concert pieces. The orchestra smoothly blends stringed instruments, woodwinds, and brass as they interpret modern as well as classical orchestral arrangements, Competition spices repetitive daily rehearsals as members compete in tests of musical ability. Orchestra FLUTE: Jennifer Bates Arlene Kemeiak Mary Lo Lickert Elaine Mog Joan Oliver Richard Teloekn CLARINET: Susan Katz Karen Reicharcl Joy Scheurman Bruce Walker Scott Wightman OBOE: Lynn Allchin Vicki Festini Pat Kaston Susan Nash BASSOON: Cheryl crawiard TENOR SAXOPHONE: Lorraine Koin HORN: Judith Kehres Mark Lickert Deborah Vadnol TROMBONE: Paul Hungerford Kevin Kehres Allred Land Blaine lewis TRUMPET: Mary Geib Richard Slillings IAO TUBA: snap cant. VI OLA Carol Schliqkerr Susan Soltis Susan Taddie VIOLIN John Abraham Sue Arnold Gail Arvay John Chase Laurie Garrett Joanne Kuebler Joyce Tianello Carl White CELLO: Richard Kehres Ken Mitchell Stan Pavelecky PERCUSSION: Richard Bendure Leonard Noel Joseph Sharpe Roy Sonntag BASS: Doug Behrends Mike Chlebik Kris Will PIANO: Jeri Lynn Dowd Will Kobylianec John Olciarcik Concert Band FLUTE: Dolores Donner Arlene Kemeiak Margarel LoBrozzi Elaine Mog Shorlene Seredich Alice Taylor Susan Ullman OBOE: Vicki Fesllni CLARINET: Mark Ballisra Tim Carpenter John Chapel Sam Crliberlo Chris D'Amico Carol Dieclrmann Daniel Doros Barbara Girrmounr Harry Handshaw Cloyd Hildebrand Doug Holcombe Vicki Hollis Carhy Kenrlr Roberl Knighl Rose Liclrert Debra Meyer Nancy Nickels Jellrey Schaffer Bill Schneider Marie Soplro Thomas Srupica Dennis Tavenier Irwin Weinberger or all zu - ' .E xi '4 s ..:, Q C SAXOPHONE: Harvey Smith James Nagle ALTO SAXOPHONE: Joy Cinco TENOR SAX OPHONE Charles Hauser Lorraine Kain James SYNICJK FRENCH HORN: Jeffrey Hoedl Judilh Kehres David Modic CORNET: Charles Blot! Phil Cooney Ronald Emser Mary Geib Terry Hannon Craig Hoover Karla Mucci Clark Scheurman George Skrouv Richard Srillings Leroy Wells Joyce Wicks BARI TONE: Frank Mulch TROMBONE: Russell Berlan Kevin Graham Curl Hale PERCUSSION: James Howell John Koch Leonard Noel Scoll Somers 3-v-5--v mv , . fw- 142 A - 2 l fu- ' Mixed Choir Harrnonious chords reflect The practice that precedes each concert. Male voices provide a contrast not possible in an all-girl-choir. Through training in brealh control and daily rehearsals, The choir fuses to form a single tone and exhibit irs quality of excellence al each performance. Mixed Chair Bollom Row IL la Pl Holly Hollmeyer, Cheri Cuiler, Barb Lilley, Kay Rasmusen, Patil Virginia, Ann Sieleri, Janer Knowles, Beck Blanco, Janice Marko, Judy Siem- houer, Joy Rolrb, Carol Buchholz, Grace Hommel, Bev Kimes, Jock Rolar, Tom Turk, Llberl Prnio, Sandi Hendershol, Renee Karich, Mary Gephari, Carol Mc Vey, Michelle Kovezsdu, Annelle Jokse ow 2 Nancy Liudahl, Mary Rush, Mary Brady, Julie Stermole, Georgann Polunus, Sandy Shaller, Rae Lynn Cebul, Karol Martin, Rhonda Malin, Suzanne Madden, Denise Kinsey, Mary Jo Hraslar, Dee Dee Racich, Sandy Hocevar, Belh Ehrhardl, Dennis Meister, Bill Frank, Mark Fross, Par Chlnmcr, Pal Price, Luann Maniglia, Donna De Vila, lynelle Grahek, Jan Kasielrc, Row 3. Michele Young, Denise Karrer, Kalhy Duncan, Nancy Elze, Missy Olcasek, Darlene Yeray, Karhy Monahan, Karen Buccllli, Monica Sielrnoch, Carol Lewis, Debbie Picciano, Ellen Barrel, Cathy Waclrolhon, Diane Erickson, Paul Clapp, Gary Jokela, Dave Galloway, Jim Turk, Denise Farrell, Vicky Paparrzos, Marcia Lobas, Bari Thomas, Barb Brennan, Charlene Peiralo, Belly Bowers. Row 4 Carol Saniorelli, Nancy Keay, Trudy Slralron, Denise lcke, Sue Thomas, Donna Uchbar, Debbie Luiz, Peggy Mack, Carol Pleaclo, Kay Morley, Darlene Praznovsky, Barb Ovsek, Judy Cain, Helen Tally, Mary Blokeley, Leslie DAnna, William Derby, Paul Schull, Eric Bona, Bill Francis, Jell Muslar, Roy Pignariello, Brigella DrTomaso, Debbie Lamont, Sue Downer, Judy Panlages, Tersa Chandler, Kaly Anderson, Jackie Cook, Cindy Weiseri. Row 5 Debbie King, Jan Nagodc, lrene Mulvinos, Georgene Kalapodls, Michele Pieiro, Liz Hasse, Connie Kovacevia, Ginny Thweall, Bev Cesen, Terri Sreinlurth, Sue Luikarr, Gary Hockle, Sieve Blassingame, Gary Higgs, Joe Severino, Bob Schulie, Chris Sianic, Mike Kilko, John Damberger, Tom Cruse, Dave Hopperl, Mike Kolula, Mark Habar, Dan Soloky, Chick Carroll, Robby Jerome, Pam Barker, Jane? Kershaw, Debbie Skerly, Liz Lehman, Jill Hornsby, Terri Sirak, Nancy Benedum, Diana Erne, Jeannie Caler, Lynn Pollack. ii hu ii -.- , ,. SN x J , , 1 - : .4 , . .s f. fa xl .ft . .VR ,L at if Choral Matters Bottom Row ll V0 Pl Linda Muxtar, Emily Hanalr, Sue Scharlelrer, Kathy Meighan, Jennrla Kelopavic, Craig Hodalirevic, lim Vidricli, Bob Berlan, Scott Kreica, Steve Williamson, Debbie Hendershot, Denise Capretta, Marlene Marlro, Carol Almgren, Jill Potter Raw 2 Amy Hungerford, Jessica Burrows, Peg Fierle, Joan Sprtnger, Bev Bowers, Sue Strrzzr, Greg Lawrence, Bill Troop, Al Ulle, Rick Racich. Chris Richardson, Jackie Pograis, Vivian Goertz, Denise Reese, Laura Dauchy, Row 3- Calhy Tobb, Cindy Otcaselc, Eileen Hanna, Stevie Monroe, Sue Carmitchel, Brll Pasco, Dean Pasquale, Dwight Yoder, Bruce Biddle, Tim Garrett, Kevin Kehres, Al Casey, Wendy Mrhocilr, Cory Lovsin, Kay Fagan, Cathy Shilling, Donna Walt, loan Force Row A Cindy Elrnare, Sandy Nurmr, Debra Hudalc, Linda Kobal, Nancy Rose, John Samuele, Bob Knowles, Terry Basher, Howard Nelson, Steve Journey, Don Shuman, Barb Barbato, Nancy Reed, Gay Jerome, Mary Vincil, Michelle Mueller, Paulo Guliclr, Debbie Warren Row 5 Ginny Jolcuben, JoAnn Sadler, Marilyn Murg, Chris Zak, Gayle Reese, Dale Hoynoclre, Tim Miller Gary McClaye, Don DeVito, lelf Ault-z, Doug DeVirle7 Choral Masters Individual voices combine to form a harmonious intonation as Choral Masters sing out. Faithful rehearsal is a main factor in producing this accordance plus the determination of each vocalist to keep in tune. The Masters voice their approval of a challenging new song by their boisterous first attempts to sing it right. Under patient guidance the chorus gradually produces their own sound that typifies both their talent and their enthusiasm. 144 R5 'W Q - ' ' Varsity f Chorale Voices blend to create interesting effects as talented singers resound with enthusiasm. Varsity Chorale members enjoy the satisfaction of long practice sessions and the success of superb performances. This select group of serious music students, well-trained in breathing from the diaphragm, adds variety and depth to both modern and tradi- tional selections. "Here, eat it." Varsity Chorale Bottom Row lL tn Rl: George Mclntyre, Robin Stratton, Barb Carnpana, Diane Zuro, Mike George, Mr. Taylor. Row 2 Greg Lawrence, Bob Bohinc, Carol Swaidner, Jan Springer, Gwenn Rupert, David Fisher, Norm McLeod, Row 3, Bob Cater, Diane Nemeth, Sandy Gubanc, Alice Swartz, Debbie Berndt, Lynn Never, Jesse Hamilton. Row 4: Garry Dremel, Rick Taylor, Tom Kelley, Mark Rotar, Don Seddon. 145 National Honor Society A high rank in class does not assure induction into the National Honor Society. Attitude and reliability play a large part in acceptance or reiection of a member as teachers and club sponsors rate eligible students in these areas as well as in scholarship. Five percent of the iunior class is chosen and help to induct an additional ten percent of their class in their senior year. The select members of N,H.S. represent students showing leadership, character, scholarship, and service, The littlest angles? Senior lrtdurlees Botlom Row KL to Rl Linda Cotman, Fat Paulin, Kathy Cowper, Hey Beckert, Sue Brezec, Deborah Serksnis, Judy Rotlill, Denise Riggs, Marsha Phillips, Barbara Campana, Chris Weiss, Laurie Grillith, Janet Springer, Connie Marten, Barb Losee Raw 2 Beck Blanco, Sandy Gonakis, Sue Picciana, Barb Barbalo, Mary Ellen Baiec, Ann Evans, Kathy Grossman, Babble Theil, Jo Ann Felz, Cheryl Gockel, Debbie Berndt, Chris Davis, Tom Koger, M-ke Selway, Helga Dobler, Jim Kalamasz, Linda Sylte, Frances Lazar, Marcia Boyce Raw 3 Barb Cigoy, Linda Plavcan, Wendy Wiskes, Ellie Stallings, Amy McClelland, Lana Drummer, Kathy Tancredi, Laura Murray, Lorraine Brooks, Judi Stross, Bill Gerl, Nancy Reed, Denis Riggs, Michelle Aaronson, Pam Stearns, Kathie Fox, Margie Kostanselr, Tom Branson Pow 4 Cathy Madden, Debbie Palguta, Ginny Marino, Linda Rich, Gail Kapusi, Mike Daugherty, Carol Bures, Karen Shriver, Marrietta Massiello, Carolyn Farkas, Nancy Borsch, Don Spiegel, Paul Oyaskt, Janis Totten, Sue Lulfler, David Wagner, Donna Brad, Sue Saba, Paul Pennza Raw 5- Bob Luzor, Kris Will, Roger Hively, Tim Larkin, Robert Dybiec, John Olciarcik, Rich Patls, Lee Jalavec, Wayne Downer, Marlene Marko, Kathy l.arlCl'1Cf. Denflli Straub, Jim Macilnikar, Bruce McBrian, Randy Snyder, Bob Pollack, Ron Zarnick, Bruce Stout, Jan Jurcak, Karen Schullert, Dan Garapic, NATIONAL f'0PiOl? FOUETY 'S L S .lllli 146 NRI IVNIIL HONOR SOCIETY , - f- --f ral, i is ,fs 1,-A ,Q L ., , i, - i r Q - Q - 4 - i Junior lnductees Bottom Row IL to Rl: Vivian Goertz, Janine Taylor, Kevin Brain, Diane Zuro, Diane Fabig, Joan Springer, Mary Mayock, Debbie Harbst, Georgina Kovocich. Row 2: Sue Strizzi, Marilyn Perovshek, Sharon Morel, Kevin Kehres, Janet Knowles, Jackie Pograis, David Petscher, Peg Fierle, Gail Arvay, Toree Rothrack, Elaine Mag, Tomasina Stephon. Row 3: Gayle Reese, Susan Soltrs, Scott Wightman, Alice Novotny, Mary Louise Lickert, Meg Cox, Pat Sylte, Fred Heintz, Joe Krmosh, Amy Hungerford, Wendy Lick, Jane Haspodar. Row 4 Colleen Boyle, Joan Oliver, Bill Meo, Nick lalrgliola, Linda Bezrk, Bob Lowry, Phil Wright, Chuck Sims, Noah laligliola, Bruce Walker, Marc Kellner, Walt Stalzer, Kay Rasmusen, Janice Berry, Marcia Feiock, Senior Members Botlom Raw IL to Rl: Terry Levine, Marilyn Hribar, Peggy Wehrle, Marilyn Winters, Secretary: Debbie Miller, Treasurer, Mike Balale, President: Mrke Higaki, Vice-President: Chris Mistrettag Kathy Erdelsky, Raw 2: Leslie Rohr, Mary Jo Lipovec, Kathy Chambers, Chris Gaydos, Debbie Opolk, Bonnie Bubley, Trauty Grau, Becky Rohrer, Sue Raggets, Karen Hilbish, Row 3: Kathy Liudahl, Cathy Tabb, Marla Goodman, Ellen Gerl, Joan Lewis, Peg Strok, Lenore Perovshek, Carol Roinovich, Tim Cheadle. Row 4: Sue Knox, Joan Bensing, Judy Kozlowski, Kim Somers Gail Slattery Beth Blewitt, Sue Gordos, Eileen Hanna, Sandy Shenlz, Row 5: Jim Winsor, lan Glass, h Jo n Lonchar, David Critchlield, Roy Boumeister, Marshal Hatcher, Jim l3arrick, Augie Kehn. sa if li ' I . Q ,F e 45: , I, i -. K7 gi ., . f Ai 0 4 Pink Ponllvers Bollorri Row IL to Pi lone Rcggets, Nancy Tomko, Judy Rotlill. Row 2 Kathie Koc-n, Louise Gont, Debbie LciMonl, Donna Brod Bev Beckert Row 3 Amy M: Clelland, Peggy Strok, Lorroine Brooks, Joyce Morhelko, ludy Suslorsic, Marlene Marko Pink Panthers Tackling rips and tears on athletic uniforms provides satisfaction for these team seamstresses. Donating skill and time as Pink Panthers, they score wells deserved points in the eyes of athletes as well as the thanks of the coaches, P.A. A vital part of school operation, the PA. Club performs many services as well as provides members with experience in the use of electrical equipment, Members quickly learn handling of sound equipment and take responsibility for its efficient operation for announcements, assemblies, and sports events, Public Address Club IL to RJ Frank Ogoreuc, Doug Yondula, Craig McDonough, Mr Staines Bob Knowles 21" 1-4 ,, -.ar X n.Q- . ziiiiiiziiiiiiiiiili ,. illW'l"""l"WE -'will N8 nil! ,,., Q XL? g. 0 0 '..J , . . I ' l X XM Q 5. g M r ,-fra 1 li ' .. f- 'Z '21 A ,,,, if-1: ,. :IN I lim Kittlelsrod, Willie Kcibylionec Row 2 Mor: Felaer, Jim Poaell Clllord Burns, Political World Alloirs Club Bollom Row lL to Rl Bev Kimes, Nancy Keoy, Peggy Stroli, Karen Shriver, Row 2 Mory Louise Lickert Amy McClelland Sharon Sorter, Don Hiruo, cg er my Lf' I . 1 , N, 149 ,.. t 'x Q? Jchn Abraham Row 3 Blaine Lew: Radio Club Call letters WABZGE make it possible for Euclid High Radio Club members to Communicate with places in and outside the United States. Learning how to use and construct complex radio equipment enables these "hams" to obtain licenses to operate their own stations. Political- World Affairs Modern-day problems challenge members of Political- World Affairs Club as they analyze world situations. Controversy spices discussions that often begin with interesting gpeakers. Through Political-World Affairs, students formulate valid opinions that aid them in evaluating tomorrow's problems. "Quack! Quack!" Davrd and Lisa David Clemens .. Mrs. Clemens ., Porter ......... Secretary .......... Dr. Alan Swinford Mrs, Ferris ...... Maureen Hart Josette ....... Carlos . . . Sandra .. Simon , . Kate . . . Lisa . . . Barbara .. Robert .. Ben ......., John ......... Mr. Clemens Girl ........ Woman . . . First Boy . . . Second Bcy . . Clarinetist . .. . . . Rick Brown .. Marilyn Bauer Ken Toth . .. Linda Filsinger . ...John Cassese .. Maureen Cenia . . . Debbie King . . . Missy Olcasek Tom Podnar .. Michelle Young Jim Cika Kathy Keszenheimer ... .. Lynn Allchin Georgene Kalapodis Ken Toth . . . . . . John Reece . . . . Kevin Kehres . . Roger Osgood .. Maria Pirovolos . . . . Chris Davis . . . Nick lafigliola .. .. John Reece . . Bruce Walker 1471 3- X,,.e5.x1me ,Rugs-,I , , 1:-,-M -. X. ' mx:-.1-. , X ,.Q:,wX.1 , - ,sxqgk-.15-,.a,N. sw, k X sg:-' Qv.q,::gg:5,g:.s ' 4' v ,LN-..Y.,Q .Ax sk-.mvx ,. .. . N. Q X '- 115 S ,-like' . "Try again." "But my knees are stuck." Q xx ,- ,, .- . s.s. 150 ls that all you have on your mind?" 'Is that where it itches?" Cast Plays Focus on serious drama provided challenging char- acters to be portrayed by aspiring young thespiens. Written about psychologically disturbed teenagers, the touching story of David and Lisa confronted the actors and actresses with a drama of complex emotional responses. The Cherry Orchard paralleled the dramatic fall presentation with complicated and difficult characterization as stark scenery and lack of costumes helped the audience to focus on the dramatic interpretation. Cherry Orchard Dunyasha . . Lopahin . . Epihodov . . Firs .... Anya . . . Lyubov . . . Varya . . Gaev .... Charlotte . , Pishtchik . . . Yasha . . . Trofimov . . . Wayfarer . . . Janie Cowan . . Rick Brown . . . . Jim Cika .. ,. Bruce Ruark .. .. Marilyn Bauer .. Gorgene Kalapodis .. Michelle Mueller .. Roger Osgood . . Peggy Fierle . . Andy Noch . . Tom Romer .. Tim Carpenter .. Noah lafigliola Science Seminar Bottom Raw lL to Rl Carole Lewonski, David Petscher, Harry Schultz, Taree Rothrack, Pat Petscher, Pat Chlebik, John Abraham. Row 2 Steve Weinhold, Bruce Walker, John Chase, Fay Davis, Glenn Higoki, Eileen Hanna Row 3 Mike Forgac, Don Gudaitis, Scott Wightman, Kim Somers, Pat Srlte Marc kellner, Mike Chlebli Row A Bob Havreberg Kris Will, Bill Kcvotch, Don Soltis, Rich Vesel, Milne Suttle, Wult Stclzer Science S . Variety best describes the programs presented at Science Seminar. Guest speakers lead discussions on subiects ranging from astronomy to psychology. Topics selected concern those areas which the student does not normally encounter in the classroom, thus giving him an opportunity to become familiar with some of the many different fields of math and science. Information concerning career possibilities helps the student to plan for future studies. Y' sr YJ wx Interest in cultural activities unites the members of Spectrum. Collectively watching performances gives each individual more insight into the work, and develops more interest and understanding of the arts. f. 1, Qeigj' 41,131 N.-1C"':."a"".'fs is fmt fi V" ,, gf!-I A Spectrum Bottom Row 'L to I? Georgann Polunus, Lynette Grohelr, Coral Diliiusio, Janie Cowan. Row 2' Vanya Alrraboil, Joanne Kuebler, Pat Chlebilr, Jan Kastel c, Row 3 Jann Wilson, Amy Hungerford, Carmen Edelbergs, Holly Stump POW 4 Linda Mvslor Nancy Lwdohl, Kathy Liudohl, Nancy Keay, Morvonn Zupancic l5? -f6RT'YC'fF"' iff " Sk. Club 1970 Hockey Club l970 9 Ski Club Cold blizzards during the week and warm weekend weather did not defrost the spirits of Euclid's skiing enthusiasts, Red-faced and grinning, both novices and experts experimented with perfecting knowl- edge gained from lessons on the slopes of Mt. Chalet. A comfortable retreat provided warmth and food for those suffering from frozen feet and growling stomachs. Hockey Club Thwack! Sticks smash against the puck sending it crashing into walls of the rink. Players gather mo- mentum as their skates speed across the ice prepar- ing to fight for possession. Tempers fly and fists vainly bash against heavy padding, releasing frustra- tions. Resuming quick maneuvers toward the goal, the player alerts the goalie, who sees victory or defeat in the single point. Spirits Spirit is the feeling these energetic students create with zany but inspirational works of art that adorn the walls on Wednes- day morning. Bright-colored signatures reveal the creators of each masterpiece. Displaying great enthusiasm at athletic events, the members of Spirtis bellow out their newly-composed chants along with traditional cheers and hope to give encour- agement to the teams with their boisterous clamor. fa---Q N -a -f .- .s . The Spirit of '70' an xr s. gh. Student Store Bottom Raw fl Io Rl: Mr. Amsler, Denise Korrer, Paulette Discenzo, Karol Marlin, Beck Blanco. Row 2: Marie Roplrin, Sharon Selnik, Joyce Wayner, Janet Woyner, Ramona Haze, Roberta Fillik, Row 3 Denise Harris, McryAnn Kovacic, Marlene Mirtic, Phil Cooney, Laura Murray, Bonnie laros. Row 4. Dave Shilonder, Ron Barbish, Raymond lvcrncic, Milne Forgac, Bruce Anderson, Tom Chambers. Voices of Arr Bottom Row fl to Rl: Jane Cowan, Carol DiBiosio, Vanyo Alrroboil, Barb Compana, Row 2: Pam Merritt, Denise Gust, Mary Jo Udovic, Mary Ann Eoczelr, Carol Bures. Row 3: Sue Roggets, Cindy Brocone, Jon VOlP9. MQW' Ellen Straub. Connie Morten, Q4 t-I l55 Student Store With items ranging from nose plugs to Shakespearean plays, the Student Store supplies the students with a variety of essential materials necessary for aca- demic emergencies. Students often rush and shove in the crowded room as they search for their materials between classes. Its successful operation lies in courteous assistance in meeting student and faculty demands, Voices of Art With a little talent and lots of energy, papier-mache and chicken wire become a life-size astronaut for the United Appeal drive. Members learn to develop their creativity by working on unusual art projects such as making colorful designs on a tied and dyed T-shirt. Voices of Art are heard by various organiza- tions employing services of the spirited amateurs, Queen: Council Bottom Paw tl to R Gayle Svet-rt, Bev Cesen Brtgetto ,xv.',t DtT Sue Str leonne Gro Den se Cupretto Pot Ruston .leon Eddy Kathy Humphrey u y Q . Y OQO te go Mc e e Mue er, -een Honno Go e o ers ndo ko ol Les DAnno en ore cw 4 Sieve Kcseo Chrts Davis Morsholl Hatcher, l-m Sttscotr Mike Teltch, Alison Brown, Coy Jerome or 0 ac Tomagtnq Ie on w tsog nntg yt Dem, cm, Cebul, Cherie Stine Pow I' Mary Lou Zobtek Cindy Olcosek, Barb List-o, y Vonlc es Pow 3 June Cowon Ko F n Mk Ht kt t h ll ll M lie Bolozs Bob Bohtnc Noob loltgltqlg Nick Igltgl-ole. Drone Boron Student Council With the opening of the school year, Student Coun- cil began its task of getting students involved in their school. Although representation becomes diffi- cult Without the total support of the student body, the council strives to reflect the ideas and feelings of the student. With the cooperation of the faculty they have achieved such results as a revision of the dress code. For those who do not get a chance to vote during the lunch periods, voting opportuni- ties have been offered before and after school. Though accomplishments may seem small, Student Council maintains its purpose to achieve a repre- sentative and successful student government. Studs-n' Council E-ecurtve Eooro ottorn ow Q o in res Len' he c Q ce Urea dent Steve Koselok Pow I Lindo Nobel, Secretor o o Tr sur r Br germ D Tomaso Ljaenn Ru ert e gelv-Oy T mas no Stephen Ocvle Svet n Row 3 T m K tscs M ck e Mue W1 it ess Club S ated H. I Rl Ph rce ohn h cnder Stand ng Bl u ney o ercn enns Strou Fran Glcker Richard Telgeken Chess Club As a game of strategy, chess demands an intelligent manipulation of moves and the ability to think ahead. The Chess Club offers challenging opportunities to improve maturing skills. The feeling of medieval combat with kings and knights, surrounds this diffi- cult game in which the rewards of victory reap individual feelings of achievement. Youth Power Leading food industries sponsor Youth Power groups throughout the country to solicit student interest in the field of nutritional management. Providing knowledge of careers ranging from production to sale and distribtuion of foods, Youth Power puts emphasis on planning for future nutritional needs of America, as well as actively encouraging better nutrition among teenagers. Wai Napolo Dressed in tank suits and clutching noseplugs, the Wai Napolean splashes the water as another Tuesday drill begins. Enthusiastic shouts direct 'fellow members to lock llnees and point toes as the swim club moves toward synchronization of aquatic skills. The dedicated swim leaders stimulate interest in swimming through patient instruction of both the novice and advanced swimmer. The secrecy of the society's name creates a sisterhood of pride and closeness among its members. rv Wai Napolo Executive Board llottom Row fl to Rl: Judy Kozlowski, Vice-Presidentg Janis Totten, TYECSUVCYJ Elleen Hanna, Historian. Top Row: Becky Rohrer, Secretary: Ellen Gerl, President. Wai Napolo Bottom Row lL to R' Gay Jerome, Becky Rohrer, Joan Bensing, Diane Baron, AI-son Brown, Lenore Petrovshek, Pat Kaslon, Ellen Gerl, Eileen Hanna, Mary Jo Lipoyec, Kathy Meighan, Karen Hulbish, Charlene Rudiok, Judy Kozlowski, Sue Lufiler, Kim Somers Row 2- Diane Carlson, Penny Morse, Lori Hcssink, Laurie Tanner, Lynn Zola, Carol Fraley, Kyle Kopecky, Linda Fulsmger, Mary Mayock, Mary Marino, Elaine Penharth, Laura Dauchy, Laura Fondran, Debbie Kung, Thea Syrolru, Jaan Springer, Janice Totten, Robin Cochron, Not Pictured: Mary Lou Lickert, Nancy Reed. i 158 I . l r E 2 , V V. ,.. "You really mean there's no game tonight?" ep Band The pulsating rhythm of the bass drum penetrates the roar of the crowd frequently inspiring spectators to sing along with the band. Wearing bright blue blazers and gold apaches, pep band members provide entertainment as well as generate enthusiasm during the winter sports season. Organized through the efforts of interested students, the band lends the beat of modern music for an extra boost to Euclid spirit. Pep Bond Boltom Row fl to Rl, Bruce Wullrer, Doug Yondulci, Joe Sharpe, Greg Lyman, Bob Wilson Row 2- Mike Bglgle Lyman, Dove Cooney, Fronlr Houser, Blaine Lewis, Skip Garth , Ron J lrlflrl 5? ,N 5, N H7 X ., . sf 1 ,fy Lim A' M2515 se tk 1 Debbie Miller, Karen Reichard, Mary Mayack, Trauly Grau, Peggy Wehrle, Slanding: Berry, Jchn Paul, Jan Grimm. Survey Business l,Q.S. IL ro RI: Karen Shriver, Anne Sleeper, Jean ! I , 1 i r X 'A 1 i E kk-rricALia.tr11r:r1,.. wfexri 160 Pedone, Vicky Gepharf, Eucfidian fdiwrlal 10.5. Sealed IL lo Ri: Marcia Ferock, Wendy Lick, Beth Blewiri, Euclidian Business l.Q.5. Boflom Row IL lo RJ: Jackie Pograis, Bev Beckerf, Diane Zuro Jan Row'2: Janice Marko, Lynne Jersan, Marilyn Dvornik. Row 3: Sue Potosky, Debbie Rash Janet Knowles, Lorraine Brooks, Jan Hacevar. Nancy Keay, Jean Mullally, J r I Joyce Ensminger, Roger Principe, Paul Imm ii Survey Edvlorial l.Q.S Earrom Row fl to Rl Jack Wagner, Randy Snyder, Jim Toth, Fred Heinrz Row 2 Kay Rasmusen, Joan Oliver, .lan Zalelel, Carol Rainovich, Carole Laulucvich, Peggy LaBarbera, Michelle Aaronson, Eve Oliverio, Sandy Shenk, Kevin Kehres, Trudy Oliver, Bob Dybiec Eucuyo l.Q.S, IL to Rl Amy McClelland, Roy Baumevsler, Cindy Brocone, Chris Penharlh. F 1 av fu. ...- , 0 fx X-ff ,O K 0 161 l.Q.S. International Quill and Scroll gives recognition to all high school students involved in some phase of iournalism, This honorary organization yearly inducts members of the editorial and business staffs of Euclidian, Survey, and Eucuyo. A gold pin and subscription to l.Q.S. magazine serve as reminders of demonstrated ability in the field of writing and publications. Youth Council on Human Relations Bottom Row fl lc: RJ, Gail Tobb, Beclr Blonco, Peggy Wehrle. Row 2' Trciuty Gruu, Barb Cigoy, JUniCB Grimm, Cathy Tobb, Q? Youth Council Youth Council on Human Relations studies local and world-wide social conditions and problems with the and of discussions and films. Members gain knowl- edge and formulate opinions through various proi- ects acting as tests for composed theories. Better understanding of existing situations, achieved through research and debate, creates tolerance for different views and helps destroy inherent preiu- dices. Stamp Club Armed with a pair of tweezers and a magnifying glass, the stamp collector assembles specific stamps that captivate his attention. The Search for new issues and those stamps commemorating people and special events is undertaken with quiet enthusiasm by the dedicated collector. Stamp Club Bottom Row il to Rl: Kurt Buniord, Scott Hanford. Row 2- Steve Mc Bride, Terry Stiglic, Jack Dumberger 162 i l 31 rx In-.1 Survey Business Paper cups iingling with money from sales of athletic pro- grams shows that the Survey Business Staff is at work raising money for the production of the school newspaper, Selling advertisements and subscriptions are additional sources of . income. Frequent publications and excellent ratings reflect the tlllilillillifielfi li i l ill: i N success of their endeavors, lo Botrlornl Roger Principe, Foul Imm, Sherrie Suiter, Sue Evan, Krcmor, Bruce Ruurlr, Nancy Keoy, Hurry Jeflries, Bev Survey Business Stoll Column l Hop Joyce Ticnello, Marilyn Hribur Column 2 Bev Survey Business S'olf Column l lTop to So'vorn' Jeanne Pedene, Anne Sle K""'le5f V'Cl'Y Gephurl' Mqrgret JurOlOvOC, Joyce Woyrier, Peggy O Dcirinell Column 2 ,eon Mullolly, Ensminger, Clara Hclrtsteiri, Janet Woyner, Koren Shriver "Get Y0ur Grarr1'Pros here." - ' 'hifi-'7'5l'1f3U"'51-0' f W-l X- ' , ..-. I A It 9 'S V . A.- .. ' J 5 1 'ir fx. i G x ,, eper, Joyce 7 l av l w l Survey Editorial Editors assign articles and begin the anxious wait for finished products as deadlines loom and gutters threaten to overflow. As aspiring newspaper reporters, Editorial Staff members search for news, feature, and sports items to make the next issue of the Survey come to life. When interviews are com- pleted, photographs are developed, and headlines are care- fully planned, the paste-up begins to put each article in its assigned place. Proofreading represents the final step in pro- duction of the completed page before its publication. Excel- lence in each finlshecl issue is evidenced by the paper's con- tinued All American rating by the Columbia University Scholastic Press Association. "Come 'n get us " '- n:4vv-- -3 2 .y A '.r-111-,, tg ' a "1ft'.lY':'-.s',r.. ,. r N-t.-tk.: -75, ali.-gui 'tai iiitxii "if -35 -f-:rr .atfffwt li Qs fill? is-si' -it i f' -. -. .si A4 5 :rem 4--'ng 1-P" ft il ' Ji' l .5 -QT' ., lg rf 4 -4 'zfrtz' Y ,ii tv g New J 1 U 'ist . r - tv.. J v , . l c A s. 521' R' A, E -K Survey Edilors IL Io Rl. Sandy Shenk, Peggy 'I . - I' rv l64 W- "You're my type." LoBorbero, Mory Jo Lipovec, 1 l wonder how this thing works." Survey Edrlorial Svarl Bolrorn Row fl Yo RJ Mr Grcny1He Smrvh, Advisor. Hanna, Evelyn Olryerro, Mrchelle Acronson, Carol Rornovrch, Jud+ Strom vnch, Row 4 Bab Dybueq, Fred Heuntz, Randy Snyder, Kay Rosmusen Q YY, bg fc :Ti xj nfs 1-Q S --gm X4 Grcnyrlle Smnh, Adyrgor Mary Jo Lwpovec Peggy LcBavbero, Sandy Shenk Row 2 Joan Olrver, Euleen Row 3 Gcrl Aryoy Jock Wagner, lon Zalerel, Corhy Humphrey, Carol loukio' ST' 165 C? I ,N if . x Euclidion Business Stall Bottom Row fl to Ri Lindo Plavcan, Darlene Franks. "No,it's DOY this I'TlOI'11l'lSfOld out Paw 2 Joanne Albert, Down Anderson Euclidian Business Relieving the Editorial Staff of financial worries Euclidian Business Staff members skillfully conduct the annual drive of selling of promoting, and of distributing yearbooks. Campaigns conducted to sell advertising space to local merchants begin during summer vacation and continue during the months of compilation of the book. Madcap pictures in the advertising section show evidence of their work in assisting THE BOOK, Euclidian Business Stoll Bottom Row IL to RI: Denise Coprello, Nancy Borsch. Row 2' Helga Dobler, Angie Borlel Kathy Tancredi. Row 3: Chris Goydos, Lorraine Brooks. C-1? loo QW? CLI' ET' 1 u ls! 'IX E , , s '81, .X . 1 , . . . X ! f ,, . ' ' , . ai ' x I 3 V . 4 5 X N f Euclvdicn Busmess Slufl Bolfom Row lL Yo Rl- .loner Knowles, Dwune Zuro. Row 2: Eluwne Meg, Jonice EUCl'd'Uf7 BU5'f1f-'55 5lUll EXPCUVWP BOOTY 5O'lC'f"V Row IL 'O Rl Marc-cu Boyce, Marko, Sue Povosky, Colleen Boyle Lynne Jerson. Pow 2 Bev Beckerl, Debbre Rosh, Monlyn Dvornlk. Euclidfcn Busmess Sralf Borfom Row ll. io Rl Linda Beudle, Llndu Bezlk, Debbie Cczldvone. Euclrdlun Buxmess Sloll fl io Rl Kay Rusmusen, Jcclue Pogrois, Joanne Poch. Row 2 Karen Belovich, Debbfe Vodncl, Lynn Allchln a- 1. fQ'l'l fi Q ri x , ' 5 4 26 l S xv , Q - 1 :F 'N ,4.,.. .Y,...- M N 3 x x-35155 N' 3- +5 sr X- -fe,- A, K, x. .-iff? 'l N-J . .1 ra. , MV,-V 4 ' Q .ie 71,177 -, 7 Euclidian 4 We 3' ,xx s l I Phologrophers IL ro RJ: John Paul, Bev? Gold, Head Phofographerg Arlene Kerneiclc, Kum Somers. Ar! Sfoff Eollom Row fl io Rl Murcia Fewock, Janice Grvmm Row 2 Barb Cngoy, Ednlor, Wendy Luck Copy Slalf Bottom Row fl lo Rl: Beth Blewiif, Tomaslnu Slephon, Laurle Fondran, Janice Berry, Judy Kozlowski, Ediiorg 10011 Benslng loS .1 a I 'ri 'x 1-xl r 4 . , 1 W' ' -,.1 ldenlilfccllon Sloff Eolrom Row fl lo Rl' Marsha Mromor, Debbie Opolk, Edulorj Karen Renclwrd Row 2' Debb-e Muller, Jane Hospodar, Marilyn Wnniers, Sensor Ednor. Edlvors Boflom Row IL lo RJ Peggy Wehrle, Assislunf Editor, Truuly Gran, Edrlor- rn-Chuefg Sue Knox, Row 2' Bert Gold, Barb Cigoy, Mcrrlyn Wnniers, Judy Kozlow- sku, Row 3: Debbie Opclk. -4 W '-ids. ?sf?5f'.'Fv: Q 'Y I Sponsor Mr PoberIL Hull x ,, Y , :J- I 4 M A n ., ., 4. . .fg J K 'Y' 0 - -. M., --ea-gp-pn '22 -. I I 1 f Pholo SIGN IL Yo RJ Evelyn Nrelson, Sue Knox, Edrlcr, Mary Moyorzk E60 SPCRTS Diversity blurs Individual contribution, or Concentrates on Personal contest. Sacrifice To maintain stamina and Determination To create Mental agility make the Athlete. His sweat-drenched body Emerges from competition Exhausted-with cherished Triumph or agonized defeats. 2- rg Y if fi, ' ,f,,,,-ax 'K . I x Fw c Nliwxt 1-gh :.s - ffN7T1" 1 QW vs -ve., gb. x l' ' J. ' K .e "' Y' f-'Q-as Ny, .QQ 'Q ,sift ' Q 4- . w.. -'fr w 'bn Y" Us-. ' A tvfff- . flag?" cf,-Q 0' ' .va 1- re Q 'AIR sw :S :wx 'gin 4-s W'f' v5 V 1 l sm-Q' at, ,g . JK. s 0 c g l -f""""" 4.-su-nsf. Q 'NL,. X- , J ,- ,e ' 'se--. ,Wi EJ pw. -nga 1 Football Confident gridders backed by loyal fans, displayed skill, speed, and coordination on the field as defense slammed against offense in the fight for Euclid's first L.E.L, championship. Foot- ball players with the tightly held pigskin, shoved toward the goal posts as points accumulated against the opposing teams and cheers rose to climactic heights. Hysterical fans and vic- torious players united in strengthening school spirit which persists long after a single game has ended. "Which way to Grandma's house?" "lf we catch him we can keep him "l'd better frisk him first ffl' l74 ,, n n A ,. -. n..,q.-. - 92 f .M we M,"-5, 'nf -' . , V Q A.-r,,,f,..v V - - -- ..-,- .gt 1 . '1 . ,IA . -3 ' "' 4 l RN' 'X 'iiXLQ.c x., ' Varsity Foofball Opponent ......I4 ..,22 0 B ...12 ...QO 6 ,..14 O ...22 orsny Foolball Borlom Row ll V Rl red ee on e on erry ec wrlh ob enm Doug Ruddu, Mwke Podnor, John Lonchclr, Jerry Kurowskr, Jack Poshe, lan Glass, Jerry emon Row 2 Kervh K mpke B b A hley G ry Shaffer Al Lnpsi euer Mvke Hreber n Mrlcvrc, Dun Ferns, Bill Mc Greehan, Twm lorkun, Don Spiegel, Brli Osironder, Bob Olds w 3 uc o s use o run ouser ns er o ee ary rrmun eve chlum, Carl Jonke, Torn Svupuco, Kedh Berlcn, Dean Pasquale. Row A Tom Mc Arvhur, u Lombardo Mark Resnwk John Tululo D ve Schervush T m Hover Roger Huvely John Shuber, Dole Dovus, Sieve Vozel. Pow 5 Phrl Wrrghv, Crurg Hodukrevxc, John Cwomek, Tony o se Trm Mrller I Q or 0 n no o o ore ow em g evnon Phrl Lovko, Dennrs Benvenuvo, Jock Smelvz, Mrke Vernon, Mori Groudle Steve Emerrck, r nk Bcbevs R w 7 Mark Glnskr erry A hn ene eus uck Schmrdr mC Dove Schmwdv, Kevwn Wands Row 8 Sfeve Zurnmerrnon, Doug Dekfrney, Ken Lewws, S!eve in ii' 'ii A 4 'm 175 N., E ,W 'J :iff-"' 5 :f1Js1sgi.' g 6133? .ff ff ' L Junror Vursrly Foorbczll Bollorn Row ll. lo RJ Ken Mitchell, John Langdon, Don Slwh, Rrch Mueller, Mrlre Wancl-slr, Don Mamroclr, George Pano, Chns Calm: Ed Carpenter B II Nemeih Chuck Jolly, Mrke Corovhers, Ron Connolly Row Q Bruce Clupp, Sleve Blosslngorne, R-ch Perm, James Bluhm, Jell Horns, Luke Wuslres, Don Mulrolrc Gcr r s Jrm Kukrn on Tuvolo, Gary Bodovetz, Chrws Slonrc Row 3 Don Aprcello, Paul WnschwnoQ John Orelwelm, Bob Yozlpovwch, Mark Jews.-VI, Tom Muscenrv, Co-Cuprg Make Krlko Co Cop! Pcul Lumodue Chuck Hauser, Klrlr Wrll, Scolr Sumon, Row 4 Chuck Bokor, Henry Zot, Dennrs Arlels, Sleve Drnlz, Al Schewder, Dan Awdre, Don Kwusny, Bob Foslrey Pot Donovan Q 'QQ-'.'QQ.,1 -f Q , A.1Q,:N --Q Fw, -1' J " av' ' V 3 ' 'PL - " 'jk as "1"- - -' ,J -1: Q,' -,-U: ..' 'Q .. 110' V - ' . , Q - - .avg -zcfff Q ' 2- ', ' ,. im" " ' ' .41-.x ' S "f'f'v" '- N L :.V:,5 .-.. Q, 'Qi of' - ,, A ,N ff' ?:3?::.,,Br' BNF? ,giyflizi .ua 1 -K ,AA ,,-- - Q,,f'v?' ' 'r - -' Q:-"rf", .---e V5.4 'Q , ' Q Q', -' ' ,Q :-:' QQ Q' . cwffvw-g'g -Q 1 ,gg in .' -' ' wi' 13- , ,"1.1-,--'Q' - ' ' , -. H,-,ly " - . 'Q ...,' 1 , ,gg-.gccqgri-.5 K - .n ,. Lk . 76 rl, N 3- l if., ..-V, rr ' tr' -r - ,-. .w .- O -QQNQU 1- -Q..-1 .r i L ,Y - 'S V ',.. . 5-,135 wg' -. - Q ,- '. AQ K. K, .-2 QQ -' ' "- " 'wr " -,"'. "i.1L4-'ar .,. ' .Q -. ',3 .. Irs.: ,f' L, ' .1 1 -,-!'f5"2'l : ' 'Q 1... 3.6,-Q.. 1 ci , -Jw... We ..--,g,Q,.f, W ' Q . 1 ,F-4 I . A , SM ,L 'c.!eifvx.F'l ' '. . ' Q-A ' '- T- . .wh-""1" .'. ': 423 .Gun Q.-QI-, Visa. Q . 'NU' rl g,- -- fA.--..':Kig- , . -' 1,1 .1 'A .ww 1 s, Q-1 'f 1-5, . - V Q Q f" -- 1. - 1 ff. . ,-..g- .. '-1 . f W." .- .arf is' -,U -, x -'f-' - 1--'H ' .f'Nf:'- uf" 5' -. +- 4 jfk-fJQQ,,AQ'Qg.- 1 ,.'wQ,sv1.7,Q,Q.3,3.L5.5-pri'-- . 'Qj V . .- -: -+ ..' -Q ,'f's..,. -,p,.yg5Q-N if 1 . li Jw:-'iie42-3-b"S!1-.f'lvti-"-' -C - . Q. -A,-AN,-wk, L , Q , Nr-1 4,x y ', . . If-x:.?f' :QQ Q3 Q, Q 'Q :L , , 41. , Q, ,. , . . .-- -N 4- -.-- ,J - f. gs.. V V. '. -Q .QQU .a - f. Q , 5 '-'- Q -gl-3, Q :,fX.q3- ,, -Q.,.'5',"'47 "2 - ar . ' .,f,h-,nr-X3-, '3 ., , , . JY: iw...i',5.-. ' ' Q Q. , QQ, ..-my -fm Q . 1. QX-,,,y- .1, .,. , .g,,.,Y,-.Q ,,4s.QQY,,Q Q W .- - M .--1--. ---.1 -, --, J -- fu--1 -so. 1. . ..+-ff.-.,-.JMQTL ...c-Li..-Q41 176 ax ,SQ is Junior Varsity Football Scores Euclid Opponent ld ..... ..... S 1. Joseph ..., ........ l 6 34. .. ... Garfield Heights .. . . . . .. 8 40 .... ...... B rush ..... . . . 2 8... .. Shaker Heights ....2O I4 .... .... N ormandy ... 0 46 .... ... Valley Forge .. ... 8 16 .... ... Cleveland Heights .. ... O 28 .... .. Lakewood .. , . .. O 22 .... .... S haw ,.... . . . B 20 .... ...... P arma ....... .... 2 2 Wins 7 Losses 3 Keep your distancefi "Touch me and I'll cry!" . i' V , i 6 2 V! . W2-'ftffxf-. 177 I., X ,U Q 5-q 1 Homecoming Following a noisy parade, an enthusiastic crowd at the bonfire ignited Homecoming festivities. Con- tending for the L.E.L. race, Euclid's team triumphantly lowered Heights. Anxious candidates awaited the halftime announcement of queen and court, which brought ioy, tears, and congratulations. A contem- porary theme of "Windmills of Your Mind" whirled couples into an imaginary world and a towering windmill clothed in garlands attracted admiring glances and climaxed a successful Homecoming. "Watch it, l've got a black belt." 1 1' '4', ,Pl ,.. m 5, l l li r' ,1 1 ix 1 . ,In N --uw ,v' J, u 178 ..4m il? f"Zi X -1 i il "We had an accident. "Gee, l never expected it.' I ,L 1 fa .N Q 3 , . X , 'Pl ' ,- R. Y Kr lA 'K-.9 ' " -. F - nm. A Y X JJ. X .I ,. i . mf' f- s - Ns rwgf. .- 1 QYNQA , , we A, M . A,-gi-vizi-TIT.. gun f ff:? 6, TI? 1-,Q .117 L lr " 1" Q' 3592 Q QW . X S3 'Q , ' .em , , X f . -', ' , W - , ' . 4 .Y 4 i '-L...M Homecoming Queen 1970, Sue Drobnick r f ,gf , ":' if ,5 ge -,jj-,v,g4 -'Hr ,... ,- 1 5 'N' Lx ' N .N , 4 X X. :- N 'v XF . , Vt' X. Y. I 1 , 5 :R -A ,Jv Nix No . -C jf' W , 4 'LAS x 'YF' ' 4 Y X x 'Qi h , yy. X N-Q -r . s,.5-- , , o ..,- fv yfi ei N X Q 'g '.- l 5 K . K' .p .-A First Senior Arrendanr, Lenore Perovshek Second genfo, Anendanf, Angela Barfel fU'1f0f Affendanfl LB'-'Va 5Vi9el Sophomore Arfendanr, Judy Panfages ., ..,. .lo ..., . .. ,, . iii 5' . Y .-.Qin- X.. Soccer Unarmed, the soccer player's mobility and stamina are his only weapons of protection against hard- playing opposition. Restricted use of hands inspires him to use tricky leg maneuvers or "heading" the ball as he dashes madly toward the goal posts. Exhausted and bruised by rough collisions with teammates and opponents, the soccerman's quick actions reap the reward of the cherished point. ,..,.., Soccer Bottom Row IL Io Rl: Mr. Roger Brown, Assistant Coach Dale Haynacke Eugene Horval Mike Mukavetz C Capt., Tom Koger, Co-Capt.: Jamie Mocilnikar, Paul Oyaslu Coach Paul Gcinum Row 2 Roger Cherne Bob Harris Mark Dalic, Dave Carruthers, Mike Dougherty, Bill Gerl, Dave Ketchum Jim Sheppard Row 3 Seth Chozanoff Dave Fanney, Mark Rotor, Frank Yoder, Paul McCauley, Gary Gallagher Tim Cheadle Dwight Yoder Row 4 Todd Yoder Mike Delchonty, Lou Hille, Larry McFadden, Tom Maior, Rick Dworning Chris Collier Row 5 Jay Stone Mike Balazs Andy Golan, .lim Snyder, John Gordos, Jeff Taylor, Tim Carpenter Not Pictured Dove Sabo Soccer Scores Euclid Opponent 2 ..... University 2... .. Shaker Heights .. ...O 3... . Bay Village .. ...2 6. .. .. Akron Garfield .. . . .l O.. . .. Western Reserve .. ...l 3... .. Rocky River ...2 O... .. Hawken .. ...l 0... ...... Hudson ...... ...3 5... . Cleveland Heights . . . ...O l... .. Cuyahoga Falls .. ...O 3... .... Gilmour .... ...l O... .. Grand River .. ...l 5... Brecksville ...2 Wins 9 Losses 4 sf, 'YS' 1 o-I i ,ia .ff 1 ,,.. A. 4 .4 '- A ,', it-2 rf' MCA l82 .494 Varsity Tennis Botlom Row fl lo Rl: Bill Troop, Dave Modic, .lim Burns. Row 2: Couch Nolcl, Bob Collow, Capt.: Jim Stiscok, Gary Schimpf, Jeff Strobel, Jeff Peternel. Junior Vorsily Tennis Bottom Row IL to Rl: Chuck Vronelmic, Ron Movrrch, Coach Rodriguez, Dove Modic, Bill Chopel. Row 2: Chick Carroll, Scott Wightmon, Bill Martrnsen, Rick Bendure, Joy Walsh. l83 Tennis Braced for action, the Racketmen challenged opposition in tests of speed, concentration, and agility. Rackets swung furiously as players darted across courts in exhausting regular practices. Facing able opponents, players united to form a winning combination and capture their fourth straight L.E.L. championship. Varsity Tennis Scores Euclid Opponent 5 ...... . Garfield Heights .. ......,. .O 2 .... ...... B rush ...... . . .3 4... .. Shaker Heights .. ...l 5... Normandy .. ...O 4... Valley Forge ...l 4 .... ... Cleveland Heights .. . . .I 5 .... .... L akewood .... . . .O 5... ..... Shaw ...O 4. . . ......... Parma ...... . . .I Wins 8 Losses I Tie for L.E.L. Championship Cross Country Working toward personal endurance in addi- tion to speed, Cross Country team members compete more on an in'dividual basis than those in other sports. Long, tedious hours of running during after-school practices in the halls train the harriers for their meets. Thoughts of victory overcome their anguish and exhaus- tion. "Hurry. Get Tarzan." Wrong Way Reed .- nh tx is QSQ z-af N ..1 K Hi X . .nw L53 ' .-X -.:'t 'Stix Ygsix 'r it wif' l wg fpdxf it 1 'FQ I . . if ' 1 1 I v si - , I I r 5, 7 If N It X X if u-rf 'l LD l i l -. INR . 1 l ll l ll 1 , '-X A ' l y f i l , X l J 1' lr t M ,- S... V 'A 4 N'-vm ., A 5. -Y X' I, -9- ' -2 X - NS .y 'J ' . . aft M, .". ' ' " i. 6 .:, .4- ' 'e PA ' 1' ' , . ,f.",'q1' V' t.1"'1' .- ' J.. . 6:4 . . . J' ., ,. .4 .9 ,",QJ,.fft 1 . : - 1-f-Ybef, Sa. , -X .,- 4 Q-Q -2 rv s , "'-. , iff?"-5-'C-"i'1l .2 1'.'t-2' . Ft 'iv-.r'i',4.'f1 -.-.""..-..fA"'3ff.-I-s ls 1- .fu- .. pl3i,'lXl's:'3J':TN ' 1 'f-f '1'- ' s' 'IK'-1 :xy - v Cross Country Bollom Row IL to Rl Tom Reed, Denis Riggs, Kent Cipollo, Walt Zm-lewski, Dan Williams, Steve Schode, Mark Jochum, Atl Gold, Stott Lucci. Raw 2: John Fotico, Manager, Mark Lrckerl, Miller Collins, Jim Nagle, Mike Potts, Dick Day, David Engelking, .lim Kolamosz, Manager Row 3 Wil Shusler, Head Coach, Torn Elrockmon, Foul Claop, Ed Purnell, John Telich, William Burke, Gene Breorlon, Assistant Coach Row 4 Larry Bock,,Dick Pereksto, Torn Tarantino, Don Srnick, Jack Rotor, Bob Takiguchi, Torn Turk Tod Guntner. Cross C ounfry Scores Euclid Opponent I7 ..... .. Garfield Heights . ........ 45 25... .... Brush ....3l l7... .... Shaw ....46 35... ...... Parma ...... ....2l 32... . Cleveland Heights .. . . . .23 2l,.. Normandy ....39 37... . Shaker Heights -- ....l9 25... Lakewood ....3O T5 .... .. Valley Forge .. ....47 Wins 6 Losses l Sixth in St, Joseph Relays Seventh in Ashland College Relays Seventh in Cleveland Hts. Relays First in Willoughby South Relays Second in District Meet First in Regional Second in L.E.L. Indoor . Track Track enthusiasts meet faithfully during colder months to compete indoors. Trampling 'Feet resound daily from the third floor as trackmen strive to develop endurance, speed, and skill. Minus the crowds of other sports, track maintains a loyal fol- lowing attracted by exciting performances in indi- vidual events. An unprecedented record of never losing on the home track remains a constant reminder of past and present excellence in Euclid track. indoor Track Coaches and Captains Bottom Row fl lo Rl: Tony Volpe, Tony Hlabse, Row 2 Mr, Benz, Mr, Ramlow, Mr. Holbedel. Indoor Track Bottom Row ll lo Rl: Tony Hlabse, Todd Yoder, Dan Ferris, Tony Volpe, Craig Hodakievic, John Tutolo, Jack Nagle, Frank Volpe. Row 2, Walter Zmiiewski, Tom Reed, Theodore Zawosek, Randy Doblar, Chris Cuimi, Mark Jochum, Mork Lickert, Tom Blackman. Row 3: Artie Gold, Mike Potts, Bill Skupic, Bert Gold, Mike Carothers, Phil Zivich, Ron Tutola, Row 4 Noah latigliolo, John Wendorlf, John Gordos, Ken Lewis, Steve Deemer, Bruce Munson, Doug Romoser, Row 5: Scott Lucci, Paul Clapp, Jelt Kelley, Denis Riggs, Steve Krivdo, Dan Williams, Rick Day, Mike Podnor, Raw 6: Jim Kane, Larry Bock, Frank Sicurezzu, Chuck Ohl, Kevin O'Neill, Row 7: Dan Reagan, Bob Pugher, Keith Keimpke, John Snow, Rich Gydosh, Scott Robbins, Mark Resnik, Dave Engelking, Mike Hueber, Geoffrey Tanner. x .v -...Q ,.+- y if 'N Vw' i i JF' Nl 1' 186 lndoor Track Scores Euclid 85V2. .. .... St. Ignaiius .... 54 .... .,.. J ohn Marshall .... 40 .... .... E ast Tech ..., 57 ..... ... Sf. Joseph . .. ' 752f3... Parma l 69 ..... Shaker 82 213. .. .. Valley Forge ... , 74 ..... .. . Collinwood . . . Wins 7 Losses l "Maybe l can sneak under if." He can run fo school faster than he can drive. Toe-Touches help, don'1 they Hodak? Opponent ....lOV2 ....47 ....52 ....45 ...251!3 ....32 ...l8lf3 ....27 lg 187 Varsity Basketball Scores Euclid OPP9nem 72 ..... . Garfield .. ....... 56 38... .. Brush .. ....64 72 ,.,,. .. Shaker . .... 64 47... Normandy .. ....45 62 ..... ... Valley Forge ... .. . .75 58 ..... .. Cleveland Heights ... . . . .67 37 ..... ... Lakewood .... . . . .5l 5l... .. Shaw .. ....67 70 ..... Parma .. ....37 50... .. Garfield ,..A.46 43... Brush .. ....45 56... .. Shaker . ....50 59 ..... ... Normandy . . . . . .55 57 ..., ... Valley Forge . , . . .69 56 ..... .. Cleveland Heights ... .. . .48 36 ..... Lakewood ... ....5l 5l... .... Shaw .. ....55 59 ...,, ....... P arma ..... ..., 4 5 Wins 9 Losses 9 Players tensely await the referee's signal to start the game. He tosses the ball and instantaneous motion re- sults. In a scramble for possession, one player emerges captor. Side-stepping obstacles in his path, he maintains ball control while steadily advancing toward his goal. Teammates evade guarded zones to set up the playp a series of quick passes again give possession to one player. In a single motion, he leaps and shoots the ball toward the basket in hope of gaining the valued two points. I E w w 1 J 17 r 1, t M , w ,J J A ii E J l, rl if F v 3 I I Ji J. he I v 1 r I I "N 4 ' 'Gil T Vamly Basketball Bottom Row Jett Conyers. "Hey, it's my turn!" ,L LJ cf- fl to PJ QW -L-. ri INA. 1 5 1 PHIL ' it rv 'QTL , , ' 3 i Y? ' I I y a J . A Bob Foster, Tom Stuprcc, John Clupccs, .E-is -4. .N -J I ,x:vuu1f.'uU' J 1 1 J 2129192 I 4: or Q it , Y. ., Don White, Rusk 1 li rr rr, I N . 'z xg t ', J y y X T, - K 1' TU e3 tv, ' t 1' I, .4 r t 14' t. Taylor. Row 2: Dirk Eooms, Jim Coldrone, Kurt Lieber, John Lonchor, Jett Aultz, Baskelbcrll Coaches and Capluin Bottom Row IL to RJ: Jim Daugherty. Row Judge, Assistant Couchg John Lonchcfr, Captain, Mr. Dougherty, Head Coach 2: Mr KJ XIX 189 -ll Xl i if 4 ll 7 ' ' f ,A , I 1 QF: m V 55 1' ' r . .,., Qs Q, I W WMM 5 5 ' K -:y:AJ?Q. ' 1 X MJ 1 .. 1gg.f-I , y Q ' y ' ' ? 4, , A ir , K I we N S Junior Varsity Baskefball Scores EucHd 55 .... .. Garfield Heights .. 47 ..,. ..... Brush ..... 47 .... ... Shaker ... 45 .... ... Normandy .... 26 .... .... VaHey Forge .... 50 .... . . . Cleveland Heights . . . 40 .... .... Lakevvood ... 55 .... .. Shavv .... 45 ..,. . Parma . . . 42 .... . . Garfield . . 52 .... .. Brush . 45 .... .. Shaker ... 41 .... .... N ormandy . . . 37 .... .... VaHey Forge ..,. 58 .... . .. Cleveland Heights .. 26 .... .... L akewood . . . 35 .... ... Shaw .... 66 ..4, ...... P arma ..... VVins 13 Losses 5 Junior Varsity Buskelball Boilom Row ll. lo RJ Scot! Simon, Gary Eodovelz, John Bradshaw, John Langdon, Ron Ambramcyzli, Al Suslarsic, Bill Shpe, Manager. Row 2: Ron McGill, Manager, AI Kidd, Capraing Luke Wiskes, Kirk Will, Mike Amoroso, Chris Sfanic, .lim English, Mr. Schroeder, Coach. - 9-sr' 5 v D 'ki i Y. F G: -T V' 35' i "6l,i.fi.lf l 4. fl Oppon ent ........28 .39 .33 ....l7 ....35 ....37 .42 .39 .41 .39 .32 .46 .29 .33 .52 .39 .38 .40 s X Winter Festival A luminous constellation of glowing Zodiac signs and dangling stars created a cosmic atmosphere for this year's Winter Festival. An astrological water- bearer glistened in the midst of a fountain, and crystal balls decorated the fables. "The Age of Aquarius" produced a starry surrounding for the reigning queen and court and highlighted a part of the winter sports season. N X .Nia "Mom said there'd be times like this." Big thrill. All around the mulberry bush . .. 192 'Watch out for the elephant pit." If I blow in his ear, he'll follow me anywhere." 1 1 h, 'CS' D I 5: X-A R391 wr" .. 1 ., N, X .Sw h. fi ,,'.., -xx 5 ' 5 . w' sf 'L f""L g ff The odd couple. 3 A.M. 1-1' if 193 N Y, Q ,'.'-s .Ol 8 Q 'ln an First Attendant, Donna Saiewski Junior Attendant, Tomasina Stephon .-F L'?:1" H """5 una. if its i Second Attendant, Becky Rohrer Sophomore Attendant, Patti Becker KJ 'rf' 195 2 W fl ' The meet commences. Each grappler must now meet :.'Q ' ' 5' ' ' A.. i his opponent on individual ground. They face, and each estimates the other's potential hostility and agility. Speed and coordination of mind with body MA MW.. movements twist opponents into distorted pretzel in-mi shapes in hope of making the pin of instant victory. The short blast of the referee's whistle decides points scored. A weary Panther matman raises his arm l signifying triumph, and the team moves closer to capturing the LEL. crown, Varsity Wrestling Bollorn Row lL to R2 Michael Murphy, Deral Eurehg, Paul Schonauer, Bill Vozipovich, Rick Se Ron Mqrrucci, Don Milcolic, John Falica, Manager, Row 3- Don Seddon, Joe Loszcz, Jack Poshe, lan Glass ., i , I . Q 4 X hu V , ,,.-.-L,,.v.. -.. ...,,.-,. . ..,.... .,,.m...---- i , ..,...-e ,..-- "Okay, now what do we do?" tina, Row 2: David I '47 : ,,,,,, ,...J Fidel, Tony Indiana, Bill Pasco. .t ."'j1-' f'i'ff ,. ..,.-.E ...... T-.-A---W A -" 'n' fl .t yd 111:-n, :A-,QQ 23C'f:,53Q,fj, Q ' fl 1 x I -t -1. -,.w,?,55g,F.-Vg-g, 5 o a- ss- - - wr i r A 1 i i 196 .,-..x.. Xb vm. . "Are ya gonna dance or wres1Ie?" Wreslling Coaches ond Coplainx Bollom Row fl lo Rl. Don S Mr. Eckerl, Heud Ccachg Mr Slerlelccr, Junior Vursily Coochg Fl X ...-A ,.. ' 'Z 3- l ""T -"---...,,,,-s...,,,..v eddon, Rick Selina. Row 2: Mr. Brown, Assislonl Cooch. ,. .. .... T., .,x. -T . ..l,.-. n- L., - Alley-oop it. L Varsity Wrestling Scores Euclid Opponenf 29... Eastlake .. ......l7 31... ...., Bedford ..... 9 26... .. Cleveland Heights .. ...12 23... ,... Parma .... ...I9 24... .. Garfield .. ...lb 25... Shaker . ...15 25... Huron ...I7 28... Normandy ...ll 27... .. ST. Joseph .. ...ld l3... .. Valley Forge .. ...25 31... Lakewood ...IA ll... ..Brush.. ,..2B 20... ..... Shaw ..... ...I7 Wins ll Losses 2 First Place in Secfional Fifth Place in District Ninth Place in State :CQ 4:1 P- - 26325 1 b -"1--4-ve e- --....-... ,,,,.. , 4, ' v i l l i me L-,.... 1 -..J .1 , l 1 . mhr jf l .1-,i..-.,,-T. l or ,im 0 4 . a A W 4 A-M r . Fai: W ei x i . fe do We-pd? .W 9---...,.f , Q . :er-.1 'J J 1 K1. vf 4 lumor Vcrrsrly Wresllvng Bollom Row lL lo Rl Tom Torontino, Mike Margheref, John Glicker, Doug Barnes, Rick Scmlon. Row 2: Roh Lloyd, Jim E?ogcnier0'. Dave Wilson, John Dumberger, John Doganiero, Al Ulle, Hans Slylionou, Norm Kozon Row 3: Charles Bloil, Steve Blassingome, Bill Nemeih, Rich Parisi, Kevin Kelley, Gory McClove, Dwight Yoder, Manager. "Wl'1ere's the ref going?" Junior Varsify Wrestling Scores Euclid Opponent 28... .,.. Easrlake .. .......'l6 48... ...... Bedford 8 24... Cleveland Heights .. ....25 24... ..... Parma .... ....26 l5... .. Garfield . ....3O 26... .. Huron ....24 l2... .. Normandy ....28 25... .. St. Joseph ....l7 IO... .. Valley Forge ....37 23... .. Lakewood ....21 18... ..,Brush... ....25 34... ...Sl'1aw... ....l2 43... ..,.. Shaker ...... 5 Wins 7 Losses 6 198 Junior Varsity Swimming Scores Euclrd Oppon .. Brush Shaker Berea Shaw .. Cleveland Heights .. ... Lakewood ... . . Brush . . . . . Gilmour . Shaker Western Reserve Academy ... Cleveland Heights ... Lakewood .. Shaw .. Fairview . ... Midpark Wins IO Losses 5 Un gr Vorsly Sw nu Team Bovlom Row IL I Rl Chrs DI uc res ornmer Conch Rodrq ez rc ono ou un er ord Ro 2 Dcwud Whyte, Bull Opel lm Anderson P ul Mohorch Mke Drury Dole Sulfon R w 3 uve P no om Cole n Shulz B l Jones Russ Codd nglon No' Pfrmred ,jr Nl Euclid , , ok, ' X" f. , ' 5' ' NFS' 5 ,L "I'll turn into an Varsity Swimming Scores Opponent 55 ...... .. Brush ..... ...33 30 .,.. ... Shaker . . . .60 49 ,... ..... B erea .,.... ..., 4 6 32 ..,. ..,.... S haw ....... .... 6 2 39 .... ... Cleveland Heights ... ....56 56 .... .... L akewood .... .... 3 9 65 .... .... B rush , . .... 30 73 ,... . . Gilmour .... 22 62 ..., Shaker .. ....3l 33 .... ..... U niversity .,.. .... 6 2 57 .... . , . 54 .... 30 ..,. 62 .... 45 .... 411 .... Western Reserve . . . . .38 Cleveland Heights . .. . . . .41 .,..Lakewood..... ....65 . Shaw . .... 33 ,. Fairview . . . . . .54 Midpark ....5l Wins IO Losses 6 Second Place in L,E.L. Fourth Place in District ice cube." Ballerina a la H,O "l'm throwing in the towel. 200 1 Rich Potts, Drowning Captain of 1970 Swim Team. , . ff -kd I Varsity Swim Team Bnllom Row lL lo Rl. Tom Cole, Geollrey Carter, Rich Potts, Gordte Netschke, Poul Britton Brunson, Steve McBride. Row 3- Mol! Medevic, Mike Suttle, Dove Murphy, Ron Borbish, Kurt Frey. Greg Slfolr -rar? i V .-g 201 Row 2 Jrm S 5 fr wr Swimming Energetic swimmers display speed and grace as they move through cold, invigorating water, Coordination and timing become important factors in working to increase skill. Strenuous practice sessions build en- durance and confidence and condition the Euclid tankers to win, Individual efforts lead to team vic- tories as Panther Power exerts itself on the water- front, chulz, Bob Dunker, Foul Schint, Torn Li f r ,. 7 1 , 1 FN 'T' A - L l"A.' V Y f.,-x '-A.. t . Girls' Varsity Field Hockey Team lL lo Rl: Diane Raggets, Annemarie Ryavec, Vicky Wallace, Sue Gordos, Sue Brezec, Mary Ellen Baiec. Girls ' Varsity Sports A variety of activities including field hockey, volley- ball, basketball, and soccer offers girls an opportunity to demonstrate their skill in active participation of the various sports. Hard work, encouragement of coaches, and further development of individual skills help shape the girls' teams. Q l Z 1 1 I I lu.. Girls' Varsily Volleyball Team Bottom Raw ll ro Rl: Sue Brezec, Fay Davis. Row 2: Sandy Smith, Diane Raggets, Mary Ellen Baiec. Row 3: Mary Marino, Barb Barbato, Julie Staskunos, Jane Hospodar. rs is if K r P '-J 5- Girls' Varsity Soccer Team Boltom Row ll lo Rl Carol Weiss, Trauty Grau, Chris Weiss, Laurie Grillith, Joy Scheurman. Row 2: Monica Stelmach, Jon Toula, Pam Stearns, Sandy Parsons, Sandy Smith. Row 3' Liza Harris, Sue Winters, Judy Szymczyk, Bev Kramar, Ginny Marino, 20? 5, Q, :Ja G H ,gif-' 1 x . af-'fi' X i A A c I Girls' Vorxiiy Boslretboll Team Bollom Row IL to RJ Julie Dougherty, Manager, Wendy Wvslnes, Mary Ellen Buiec, Burb Borbuto, Sue Gordos, Sue Brezec. Row 2 June Williamson, Bonnie Bryant, Drone Erne, Laura Mooney, Pot Vibbert, Sandy Smith, Sharon Morel, Row 3 Karin Patterson, Cheryl Rcdotz, Beth Johnston, Kathy Torcintino, Sue Thomas, June Hospodnr, Ginny Marino. Mike Grimes, Gymnastics Champion. Gymnastics intense concentration controls body movements as muscles strain to maintain body positions and stamina fuses with grace to form the gymnastic routine. Imagination teams with skill and confidence with experimentation as new stunts are perfected. Deter- mination combines with practice to conquer varied apparatus and proudly signify excellence in all-round competition. yy I 'WT' ...L 'Alf-955 , . 5 203 -J -csfg,:gA,gt b . I F ,., . ' , I C 5 1 4 -1, V . eg ' G. ,r . .. ' "V ar. , ','-ft., 3- ., I., Qi 'l fr, j T 'af l lv A gefgeILQifL,Q.. , l .fl 1 1' , IL N ali ' ivy .T..-L.-.-F QS. I 4: ---'r' Lb, Ai """--r . E3 , Am N 4 Q rs- . 'Q 7 ' ':- If , 1 ' -45Tf1f,f'T " f 1 5 ' ' T' I ' E H E Y' ... . .' ' lf: Q 5 l :l v , I A 6, UNDERCLASS As a fraction of the giant unit, the underclassman is fused into the frantic oneness, still scrutinizing his identity. He is plagued by indecision, frustration, confusion. But, between moments of personal chaos, he enters into new experiences of activities with people to gain security in crowded corridors. Nzgswx' ' j. 'lp W, f 1 S wmv- Sx K N0 Xfaiv ,QP J' s Q .X 6 49-- 4 1 I Mr, Chambers Bollom Raw lL lo Rl Jeff Arlman, Terrr Abbolr, Sue Arapi, Andrea Andrus, Vanya Akraball, Sue Addrs, Lora Andrews. Row 2: Bill Albers, Torn Allchrn, Ka'hy Borelrqh, Ron Abramczyk, Bob Ammon, Jelf Andre. Row 3 Trrn Alves, lrm Anderson, Dan Aprcella, Pal Ames, Bruce Anderson, Dennis Arrela Row 4: Tam Adams, Mark Abramczyk, Mrke Apanasewicz, Dan Andre, Mrlre Amoroso, John Adams, Barry Alvard. Not Piclured: Jam Amundsen, John Abraham I3 kj Mr. Clrlle-l Ballam Row ll 'O Pl George Beverrdge, Davrd Brsh, lrsa Brown, JoAnn Bonrclr, Lola Bareave, Row 2: Maureen Brllrngs, Jane! Boellcher, Prrscrlla Blbeaull, Frances Bezdek, Lynerle Baoms. Row 3- Donald Bagary, Cynlhra Bahanan, Mary Boczek, Mary Blakeley, Carmelrla Bonanno, Rrna Boreaye. Row 4- Charles Balrar, Glen Benedrcl, Sleye Bralka, Steve Blassrngame, Gus Boehm, Gary Boaaverz Nor Prcrared Scolr Bennevl, Carol Blazelr, James Bluhm, Marrc Blomqursr, Charles Blall. He was born that way. Mrsx Clark Bollom Row lL la Rl Scoll Banlard. Pam Becker, Janrce Baume, Kathy Bell, Amre Balale, Larry Belcaslra Row 2 Ralph DeRose, Ellen Barrel, Lrndc Bayles, Lynn Barzel, Mrchoele Barlrhursl, Errc Barra, Pam Barker Row 3 Mcry Ann Babrc, Doug Baur, Ed Azman, Blll Barbrs, Janelle Barbrsh. Mrke Falelrc, Mrke Bolozs, Mrlre Barry Row A Mrlre Barley, Dave Beclrwrvh, Ed Barrel, Darrell Beluschak, Trm Balogh, Jrm Baglrone, Jrm Beclrerl, John Baglrone Noi Prcwred Mark Bqrrrgla 54 . 1' ,. ,- The--xii--' 5-v it 1-3.-,L-fi "L"l- , C- , C V., M.,-,.,. , , , '--N - tl 1- t iii -er 1 - T, A Mrs. Drescher Batltom Row IL to RJ: Mary Buckman, Lynette Carpenter, Tina Cesa, Roe Lynn Cebul, Judy Chant, Diane Caputo. Raw 2: Janice Chesnic, Teresa Chandler, Shirlee Carpenter, Karen Burrows, Bev Cesen, Jeannie Cater. Row 3: Gary Capper, Sherry Dehm, Tim Car- rish, Chris Caimi, Gary Caldwell, Mike Carothers, Cathy Centa, Row 4: Ed Carpenter, Frank Ceriak, John Cassese, Tony Caferelli. Tom Cham- bers, Chick Carroll. Not Pictured: Tim Carpenter, Gary Bush, Bob Burris. Sophomores "We're trying out for the boys' track team! X ayfg- t ' . A . .H Q. , , . L ' 5' 'Q . '. z .., , L 4 5572 3 ..,, Q i ig Miss Dietrich Bottom Row IL lo RI: Coral Bucholz, Kathy Brown, Natalie Brunner, Bonnie Bryant, Karen Buccilli. Row 2: b Sue Brugnning, Laura Britvic, Sharon Brochak, Linda Brod, Barb Brennan, Bette Bowers, Emily Bradac. Row 3: Char- :',: moinne Brothers, Kurt Brocone, Mike Brennan, Glenn Breeze, John Bradshaw, Frank Browski, Mary Brady. Row 4: 'fl- Ed Bronaka, Terry Brewer, John Brown, Rick Brown, Gilbert Boyd, Tom Brockman. Not Pictured- Maureen Cento, Kris "J- Bosca, Don Botts, Robert Bowins, Bob Brown. 209 X .J ,i o Ka 4 r -U ' i , Y at S I 'ii " 1 U K -.-N l i C fy Mr, Eckert Bottom Row IL to Rl: Debora Conrad, Terry Cutter, Cheri Cutter, Mary Ellen Coughlin, Barb Crowder, Renee Dop-ce Row Z Kathy Abazia, Jackie Cook, Judy Dccklewicz, Nancy Cooper, Camille Coreman, Diane Cowling. Row 3- Mike Darnuca, Frank Crockett, Jim Dahl, John Damberger, Michael Dea, Clill Connelly. Row 4: Gary Darling. Randy Davis, Doug Daugherty, Richard Day, Ben Cruse, Ron Connolly. Not Pictured: Donnelle Conlorno, Debra Corbett, Jane Cowan, John Cunat, Christine Damuco. Sophomores Mrs Golslene Boltom Raw IL to RJ: Dan Hanley, Terry Henry, Chris Henry, 1Nanc Hansbrough Marilyn Greenwald, Marsha Griffith. Row 2: Mary Hcrbsl, Debbie Grimes, Karen Guenther, Laura Harper, Karen Guylon, Cathy Hackat n, inda 'an. Row 3: Roger Grdinic, Blair Harps, Tod Guntner, Dale Hacker, Mark Hobar, Bruce Haines, Eric Halasz, Row 4' Dave Greer, Dave Hansen, Tom Hadyk, .lell Harris, Gary Haclcle, Don Gudaitis. No! Pictured: Shirley Halbert, Sandy Harding, Curt Hale, Terry Hannon. ifwf- ou- wo '4 l wfltlci jx 2l0 'F:fx 4 M, ,." e but ,I lr' . - xv . all 1: :ng .1 l' "' Ill lln ' , , Ill rr Ill 1 . Miss Rosenberg Bottom Raw IL to Rl: Shirley Moletic, Mary Marino, Ellen Mandato, Luann Manrglia, Joan Marinelli. Row 2: Lana Puz, Terri Magri, Darlene Markovic, Margaret Muck, Marybeth Mady, Joann Mahusky, Rhonda Malun, Row 3- Barton Pacholke, Richard Magri, Michael Margheret, Joseph Mandoto, Dan Mamraclc, Timothy Malleo, Michael Marincic. Row 4: James Markel, Frank Marinelli, Stephen Maieske, Albert Morn, Mark Makowskl, Edward MacDonald. Not Pictured: Bob Marcus, Gary Mareysiak, Dale McGuire. Mrs, Duprey Bottom Row fl to Rl: Pat Chinnici, Marian Cholewicki, Val Cigoy, Kathy Clark, Rick Chireallo, Anita Coakley. Row 2: Kathy Cavar, Ann Clark, Mary Collingwood, Clara Clapacs, Pat Chlebik, Marty Clark Row 3: Leslie Bowers, Jim Crka, Carol Chisholm, Frank Clemence, Patsy Christie, Donna Cline. Row 4- Kent Crpollo, Tony Cline, Sam Cilrberta, Muller Collins, Gary Christensen, Paul Clapp. Not Pictured: Bruce Clapp, Marie Christopher, Christopher Collier, Jay Cinco. ,1- Mr, Glaser Boltom Row IL ta Rl: Maryellen Giunta, Carol Gargiulo, Sharon Glick, Amy Corn, Lynette Grahek, Sharon Glass. Row 2: Linda Gerbic, Barbara Gerl, Niki Gaul, Louise Gant, Kathy Gilles, Dave Galloway, Duane Ganser Row 3: Joanne Gogan, John Gardos, Mark Graf, John Gulkerson, Bob Grdance, Jim Gracham. Row 4: Andy Golon, Ken Jones, Mike Gall, Mike Gerlosky, Art Gold, John Glicker, Charles Gonso. Not Pictured: Larry Germovsek, Bill Glayac, Pat Gro y. "Marching in the band is our thing." Mr, Hively Bottom Row IL to Rl: Deborah Derganc, Marian Devney, Carol DiBiasio, Kathy Devito, Brigetta f Ditomaso. Row 2: Pat Driscoll, Sue Downer, Jan Devor, Jim Doganiero, Chris Dill. Row 3: Ed Debeliuk, Judy Carroll, Helen Dimare, Nancy Dobrin, Mary Dimare, Jackie Dodds. Raw 4: Mike Devlin, Bonnie Diezic, Steve Dritz, Betty Donaitis, NiColIette Arasterrs, Pot Donovan. Not Pictured: Bill Derby, Kathy Dolter, Colleen Doyle, Edith Drech, Mike Detko, Carol Dieckman, Dan Doros, Joe Dorsey. Mr. Hallarr Bottom Row fL to Rl: Debbie Jamnik, Marlin Hsu, Mary Jo Hrastcr, Mary Ann Humar, Pat Hunter, Row 2: Ramute Jakubauskas, Betty Huston, Janet Jeppe, Janet Huber, Nancy Hrovat, Marty Humensky. Row 3: Peggy Huffman, Lynne Japel, Sharon Jerkich, Shirley Jerkich, Jill Hornsby, Earl Jablonski, Kathy Jelepis. Row 41 Mike Hawkins, Dave Hoppert, Chuck Hounsell, Eric lmm, Chuck Jackson, Randy Jameson, John Hughes. Not Piclured: Larry Hribar, Libby Lybarger, Chuck Houser, Paul Hungerford, Bob Jerome. an ill -1 ,i x 1 l ' fqsg1'ri'a1"'v L slr li iii 2l2 ,- -N4,sI' l ' x - l Mr. Harrland Bollom Row fL ro Rl: Debbre Henson, Sue Hersh, Sue Huslego, Grace Hommel, Lrndo Hrll, David Hayman, Row 2' Lisa Harm, Sandy Hacevcrr, Todd Hiclrirn, Lora Hcsslnk, Palli Hepp, Sue Grllespie, Jim Hegedus, Raw 3 John Hayes, Gary Hrggg, Elrzabelh Hehernann, Lvz Hasse, Gary Hausrcllh, Doug Groves, George Hornclc Row dv Jeff Hon, John Holodmck, Mlke Hauplhorn, Glenn Hvgokl, Jelf Hoedr, Davud Happerr, Tom Hodas, Jim Hoy. Nor Picruredr Lu Ann Hernz, Cloyd Hildebrank, Doug Holcombe, x1 lf. Q Mr Hungerford Eollom Pow lL ia Rl Wrllrcm Keeler, Cynlnra Jullan, Bern Ann Jolwnslcn Sharon Kalz, Term Kaslon, Nancy Keck Row 2 Annerle Kcrnya, Ellen Koellrkcr, Joyce Kapusu, Lynn Kc-mpke Janrce Kaslel-c, Susan ryarasn, Denvse Karrer Raw 3 Jerry Kuhcl, Mary Juralovlc, Elarne Joyce, Rwch Kekelrs, Beth M Johnston, Debbwe Knee, Barb hone, Wrllam hem I?-w A Erefc lrelley, Eugene Ludwvg, Marc Jcwerr, Parrrcwa Kadunc, Chuck Jollu, Dennws Jlrowck Gary Jogela Nor Pdcrec Lcvva ne lan, Ca'Hy Kenl Sophomores Mr, Horwalh Eoflom Row ll. la Rl- Mlcki Evrrs, Jan Ewkenburg, Sue Evan, Amy Drovlell, Cnvlwy Fanlmrn Row I Rlcl. Dwornrng, Dana Erne, Karen Eyrn, Nancy Farka, Belh Ehrhardr, Nancy Elze. Row 3: Dlane Erwcksan, Elo ne Dulio, Lynn Dully, r.a'h,' Duncan, Cyl-rna D.lar Marco Eoer Pow A SOL FaLLen, Dave Edwards, Shawn Engel, Carman Edelburgs, Jam Englrs, Kev.n Dugan N01 Prcmred Charles Elrod, Chnvlowe Elrgd, Ron Ernaer, Sue re eric . A. Q, -l , , KI ,457 . , -L' il! Ill vii, ' ', f Mr. E Marlin Baliom Row lL la Rl LuAnn Erdman, Carol Fraley, Rabin Flack, Beverly Fleck, Jean Finlayson Raw 2 Susan Frimel, Walver Frank, Bill Francis, Mark Fross, Don Freed Row 3 Cathy Blavnrlr, Linda Filsinger, vv.l1. Fergus, Dennis Fisher, Jams Garda, lauren Felder Row 4 Bruce Frey, Richard Faust, Roy Francisco, Phil Fedrowisch, Mike Forguc - -7 Raymond Fuhrrnan Nol Pvclured John Feslini, Judilh Fisher Charles Fosler, William Frank Do you 1hinkthey'll fall if she moves?" Mr Nold Borlom Row fl io Rl Bruce McGill, Janef McKee, Pal McDonald, Sherrie McCullough, Karol Martin, Row 2 Ron Mavrich, Debby McDiffeH, Chris Marhncic, Irene Mafulrs, Fred'McGraw, Chris Medlen. Row 3: Todd Mafeiich, David Perno, Sieve McBride, Bill Maxwell, Henry-Mersey, Ken McKee, Linda Meglich. Row 4: Ernie Mecolr, Craig McGill, George Marx, Bill Marhnsen, Mail Medevrc, Kevin McCullough, Al Marhnenas. N01 Plciured: Richard Maynard, Carol McVey. 1 K lr rue :V-e ai -fgfilff JM95 2 5-his if YQ vlfse Paws ' -ea 2 --+5 2l4 '- au x irgl fn Y 6 x ,- xx x Q ,, l A , ,Q fi -, - - '..., X' I' . e ii : l 's an I k M +1 xl 9. W Af' ' -2, ' if. Wi! ITS' 2 Mr Lewrs Bo'lom Row ll Yo R2 Dole Kramer, Norm Kozon, Eunrce Goldstein, Sue Men sly Ko'hy Kozlefcor lauren Pfone P:w 1 Jeonme Vro'Ine, M:'y Ann kozrch, Louro Kovocrc, Mory Jo Krovovrch, Connre Kovocevrc, Mory Kcvoc, Rrchord Kucherok Row 3 Trm Kozel, Shorcn Kowollrowslrr, Mcrrlyn Kormgc, Joyce Krovos, Lrndo Koren, Lorry Kowrckr, Greg Kozor Row 4: Mrke KoIulo,S1eve Kcsovrch, Bzb Ixcvol, Brll lxcvolch, Randy Kube'n, Ed Kress, Fronlr Krcrvos, Noi Prcrured Brll Krol, Mory Ellen Krous. Sophomores Mrs, Klein Bollorn Row lL to Rl: Deborah Kivon, Susan Kluslcc, Denise Kinsey, Beverly Krmes, Borboro Kohler. Pow Q- Thomas Klein, Kyle Kopeclvxy, lone! Kershaw, Debra Kikol, Meryl Ketchum, Lindo Kirschner. Row 3: Joanne Keszenhermer, Joe Koren, Make Kogon, Krlfy Knox, Potrrcro lvcncrc, Lenore Kordev Row 4: Mike Kilko, Gordon Kolus, Charles Kevern, Dole King, Jerome Kolar, Joseph Kernyo Noi Prcvured Carrol Jones, James Krnelsrud, John Koch, Sandro Knock, Sleven Krivdo, Nancy Kolesar, John Komclro, 4-1 ,av X, X f I 17' ix, -V fxf. ., " xx? . 1 - -' . 'fx' .4 X1 'X J' . X . V fl. 215 , - 1,5- is DO if -, ll ' . 3 'Q ,, ,wi 1 l i i MISS O'Neil Borlom Row ll. I0 Rl Phyllis LcMonl, Pol Kushcin, Peggy LoBrozzr Denise Ladovfch, Karen Lewis Row 2 Carole Lanning, Debbie LoMonv, Barb Lilley, Carol Lewis Charles Lcvalley Row 3 Lisa Lick, Chrrg LIQIGFIOSRY, LI1 Lehman, Carl Kuchlrng, Clcly LuBounly, Jim Lopraes Row 4 Don Kwasny, Pele Laszcz, Jim Kulrrcl, Mark Lewis, Dove Lazur, Kevin Kelleher Nor Prcmred Rich Linane linda Leighton John Langdon Rose Ann Llcllerl The old picture in the hallway trick. Mrs, Oliver Borlom Row fl to RJ' Toni Mulligan, Tino Nuhrsledl, Jill Maslrowilz, Lindo Muslur, Ann Nell. Row 2: Gerry Mramor, Janice Musick, Shirley Richter, Joanne Nesllerode, Jim Nagle. Row 3: Amy Morlon, Gary Nahrsledl, Rich Mueller, Aldona Narusos, Janet Nawor, Janis Nogocle. Row 4: JeH Muslar, Keilh Murray, Brad Murphy, Brll Nemevh, Tom Muscenfr, Dan Morris. Noi Pictured: Debbie Moses, Karla Mucci. .rv .ll in 216 Mrs. Kathy Mduss Rober MrP Jud: Lulclcv Vince 1 Sophomores l Mooney, Arlene Miller, Kathy Monahan, Monique Mensinger. Row 2. Pattie Miller, Brad Metz, Row 3: Joan Monaghan, Laura Mooney, Helen Dennis Miller, Torn Milo, Allen Mollnara, Paul Mlltner, Janet Mooney, t Meyers. Nat Pictured: Don Mlkolic, Debbie Meyer, Frank Mitch, Dave Medic. O'Donnell Bolrom Row lL to Rl: Kathy Miller, Nancy Michas, Colleen Msg, Kay Morley, Bobbie Ofciarcik, er, Ed Milcovich, Dennis Meister, Fred Mlldner. Row 4: Mrs. Orebaugh Bottom -Row IL to Rl: Cheryl Panlca, Sharon Novolny, Vicky Paparnzos, Cindy Noga. Row 2 Peggy O'Donnell, Laurie Papp, Judy Pantages, Cheryl Ortman, Bonnie Papo, Nancy Nickels Row 3' Barb Oysek, Dave Novalrovich, David Paller, John Poles, Melissa Palumbo, Iris Onions. Row 4 Andrew Noch, John Orehek, Don Ostberg, Kevin O'Nelll, Gerge Pano, Roger Osgood. No! Picluredr Kathy Pezek, Fred Nlehaus, Roger Roth, Monica O'Brezn, Melissa Otcaselc. fo fu 'XC' iig- x -1 Q' .0 owaskv Balrorn Row KL to Rl Neal Lupslreu, Lynn Lu-kart, Nancy Liuclahl, Robert Lloyd, lon Lorclf, Marcia Lobo Raw 3 Laurie Lusllc, Lushln, Colleen Lynch, Pat Lolcar, Carole Lenanslci, lo Ann Luca, Debbie Lutz Pow 3 ,Ioe Lucca Cynlh-o Le, Sue Luil-arl, Lvncla e, Riley Loveloy, Dennis Glasney, Paul Lumadue Row A Pat Ludwa, Harry Keller, Alan Lauclrs, Pele Lrndsko.-.g Glenn Ly'lc, Chuck Luzar, Llguzzo, Not Pictured Robert Lower, Greg Lyman, - -Q ou xi vw 1 5:70 S -.. . -4. E ,- -,,,.,.....X. , . qs, NCUM- -k,-,,.....,-.. ,-.J t f Q -,,z,-,-.f-P' ,ii K 'll' Vg, .-3, xx c F.- Mr Raclravan Hallam Row KL lo Rl- Patrtcra Petscher, Dentse Prsano, Charlene Perrola, Nancy Pavselc, Ltbert Ptnto Row 2 Cathy Paulauslxas, Elatne Penharth, JoAnn Petly, Karyn Patterson, Danna Pestotntk, Ralph ' Parker, Row 3 Mark Perl, John Oswald, Robert Paskey, John Pelsants, Daytd Phtllrps, John Petra Raw A- w vii.-Ml' John Ponca, August Paws, Rtdr Parlst, Robert Pawlak, Roy Plgnczttello, Wrllram Parlclnson. Not Pnctured . ' Davtd Plstell, Kathy Parklnson, Penny Page. "lf's better than the cafeleria's." ' R L R. R' h cl S t , All n Scheider, Carol Santorelli, Eurleen Sanders, Judy Savanna, Row 2:.Tirn'Saletel, Dicbne Surgant, 'Elms' Sschnelgelcesogzlll Salclenh llgncel Shelbl:rRoworli?nDuve eSabo, Nell Schaffer, Gregg Tupcr, Jerome Sak, Sharon Sutter. Row 4: Vrrgrnta Scheer, Mtke Seaman, n ungue o Y - , Deonald Schmaltz, John Schulz, Jelf Santay, Wrlliam Schnetder, Nor Plclured: Jeff Schaffer, Clark Scheurman, Bob Schulte, Harry Schultz, Loretto Schulz, -- W ' 'S Q-1 r l X-f Y-Y R 'J !"- k 0 'S' at t ir. , - iff :Q ' ., l L' 4- g . N. 'milf 'I-xtlz' i ' 'll H, s :Kiki QQ. ' l Y., .ff Dfgi ,v .Q1"'s' 5. a, T T t w 'yi' it 'E Mr Raiccvich Borlom Raw fl Ia Rl- Lois Poller, Patricia Pnce, Dominic Pongalla, Paul Podnar, Mary Pureber Pow Q Krznnellw Presley, lr:-seph Malre, Cynrhna Porlmk, Laura Plcsko, Susan Pullorak, Ellen Pluto, Raw 3 Vanessa Poe, Carol Plescucl, Lnnda Powell, Darlene Praznovslry, Anna Plamsek, Cynihwa Plarl. Row -1 Davud Powers, Fred Podmore, Lynn Pollack, .larnes Powell, Rrchard Powell Nav Prcfwg-dv Phrlrp Prrce, Rcrger Porrer, lorranne Punzclr. Mr, Rodriguez Bollom Row KL to Rl: Cloudwa Reel, Coral Race, Sharon Rcsar, Dcnnls Renlile, Bunny Purree. Row 2 Sue Rhyne, Anrta Rankrn, Valerle Randazzo, Eve Lynn Rauch, JoAnn Ratchlorcl Paw 3 JoAnne Ronda, Ray Ranlun, Lrlr Rnbaruch, Debbre Regets, Pele Nelllwercoil, Row A Emmett Ray, Elfl Pernell, lolvn Reece, Jay Rice, Ed Puz, Bob Qunnlwvan, Na! Frclurcd Dave Rees, Tom Rerlly, Dan Reagan, Doug Rebeck. vw ..- Hi!! Sophomores 3 - J..-vi, 719 Sophomores XM .. . X J-4 Mr Seymour Bottom Raw fl to Rl Sharlene Seredich, Lucille Schulz, Sharon Senn, Davrd Sechnick, Joseph Sepchrnski, John Shilander. Row 2 Sandra Shaffer, Debra Seamon, Sandra Shultz, Theresa Serdel, Thomas Sever Row 3 Trrnothy Shrpley, Russell Shumaker, Dovrd Shrlander, James Scott, Ellen Srders, Brran Shrpley. Raw 4- Mrke Sllverman, Joe Severrno, Jrm Seymour, Paul Schutt, Roger Shamansky, Bruce Serlert. 14' I 1 . , Q Y 5 . -w Q l -Q Y Mr Sprochr Bottom Row KL to Rl Jack Rotor, Rrta Ruscrtto, Joy Roth, Morro Romano, Sue Rolrk, Sharon Rolfe, Row Y Pam Rrchards, Gayle Rogers, Donna Robrnson, Charlene Rrchter, Frank Prrratel Row 3 Davrd Ruvsko, Sarah Rrchards Frank Roberts, Trm Roman, John Roberts Row 4 Leo Ryan, Carl Rrchter, Dale Rosa, Preston Ruark, Barry Rubrn, Prctured: Cathy Rose, Theodore Rolfe, Kathy Robson, Glen Rrchardson. Ml G Smllll Beflvm POW fl 'D Rl Drnene Smrth Ray Skedel Diane Smith Laura Srnerdel Terr , f . , , y Trvson , S cl S th. R 2: P Skoll, Jrm Snyaer, Greg Skok, Joe Srrnone, Bruce Srnger, Debby Skerly Row 3 Scott Srmon, Frank Smollrnlskr,nRorenonSgrth mllrdrth Zzeder Clllmkllz Soeder, Carl Smerdel, Row 4 Martrn Slunski, Ron Skoprn, Denrs Smrth, Dan Soloky, Joe Sockloskre, Bob Srvrk. Not Prclured- Penny Skeya, .3 tl I llfil ll sq ss an . 1 . 1-X -. i ' 4 - dl . z ' ' J' -15 Q' xl. lil h r --- .ll . til l va l J, rl "' e av fr' . J -J rr ll r f , -, ' : ' fill' ' -'-V J gi dwg ,V l l, x r N 4 I ,l 1 4 - ,q-,-p ' I. 1 TFT? ,. 1 Noi f'7 m ,4- . 'D 4.1 .u- v Mr Slevnbrrnlc Bollom Row L Io Rl Holly Slurnp Mary Slraub Llrrda Slrobel, Debbre Swarley, Sue Takacs Row 2 Bob Talrlguchl, George Sluber, Luann Svigel, nn Sulerr ahy Tcrnallno Raw 3 r re m Iron ar vlar Ralph Suslar, Gary Slrauss, Sieve Szabo. Row 4: Blll Slurrn, Al Suslarsic, Mark u wan ole ullan Jerry Sullon Carl Suiter hot Plclured Bob Sluber Tom Tararmno, Dennls Tavemer. Q ,4 ,Ill fs fv X :N ,f Q l , . TN l r 4, U ,V 'r ..l ,H l a -. l ,Jw Mr, W. Smflh Bovrom Row fl lo Rl Tim Sprlngob, Blll Southall, Clwene Slrne, Delores Svepcnovlclw, Rose Trlchenell. Row 2- Teresa Sloul, Wendy Slacker, Trudy Slraltany Momca Slelmach, Jullgnne Slermole Row 3: Dave Sfanlrus, Mark Sonme, Doreen Stephan, Gale Souders, Tern Slelnlurrh, Row 4 Rxch Taylor, Jay Slone, Mllce Starrslleld, Ron Silly Chrls Slamc, Jae Slcarca Nor Prclured Judy Sve nhouer, Charles Wolff, Bull Sfrpe, Dun Soltls, Scot! Somers, Don Srnlck, Adolph Sfllmr. 227 Mr: Tolh Bolforn Row fl ia RI Linda Vanek, Tom Turk, Karen Twoey, Sheryl Tucker, Carol Turk. Row 2 Beverly Vercellrno, Lorene Vanah, Elrzabeih Tuck, Ruta Vehovec, Nadune Valentino, Raw 3: Joyce Tuccerr, Deborah Turkac, Gayie Van Elren, John Urban, Elarne Ulcrc, Donna Uchbcr Raw 4: James Tack, Chrrslrne Urgelert, Rrchard Vesel, Parrrcra Vrbberl, Sandy Tufolo, Dennis Valencic, No! Prcvwed: Rrchard TyJer, Ron Tuvolo, Susan Ullman. 4- 1 .- 4. J . r , L 1 1 X r , . ,X .-A-y J jf S0 n xx! ly Pup "VeII dahling, vhat time? Mrs Wrand Borlom Row IL to Rl, Crndy Werserr, Carol Weiss, Marlene Weber, Jackie Wosnac, Mark V lr ' T W I , Whrmnger, Anno Vozobule, Helen Vlcek Row 3 Muke Volpin, Ken Wrlber, ChOrle5 Vranekovrc, Denr:EneV3:lZ Haonrild gouge! gg: fob vizlpgll Joy Walsh' Kmby Frank Walland, Gregory Wrlker, Sieve Wernhold, Not Pxclured, Peter Vuyancih, Mark Wrulcomb, lrwan Weunberlger Bob Wglrrlsley V ance el en' Mlke Wunchlk' ,-. .Q vw. v-r 1,- . 7 Y X' , ,-L- TU 19 V-f X x YN r .r 222 L, -.J 0 ' ' vi Q1- if-I Mrs. Yoder Boflom Row fl ro Rl: Michele Young, Barbara Wullerl, Lrnda Wrse, Lareen Yager, Donna Yan Row 2 Suzanne Wrnlers, Jann Wrlson, Deborah Wilson, Bev Wnlson, Frances Wyman, Row 3: Yanchar. Row 4: Thomas Yeckley, Ed Yenc, Kirk Wrll, Yapell, Todd Yoder, Stephen Wrenn. T r., li vw K x 1 r Mr Taylor Bollom Row fl. lo Rl Tom T Trpple, Jean Teschner, Vrrgnnra Thweatl, Thomas, Sue Trunlrely, Laurre Taylor. Row Taylor. Mrs. Wrllrarns Bollom Row IL lo Rl Lynn Zola, Hol George Wulsan, Donna Woodruff, Kathe Workman, Robert Yozupovrch, Darlene Yeray, Cynlhra Luke Wlskes, Slirllng Wulson, Michael Wullrinsan, Jane Wwlliamson. No! Prcluredg Edward av we hompson, Doreen Tamara, Nancy Taylor, Marwanne Tornala Row 3 Barb Trmrnslu, Sue Thomas, Barr Thomas, Joe 4 Mark Tercelr, Mary Thomas, Bevh Tomorawrvz, lelf Taylor, Ray Travers, Much Toaddy Nor Prclared Alrce Vick: Tevriclr, Yulrrlco Tolrunaga, Jo Ann Trosl, Rose Mane Tra.na, Nancy Tomko Row 2 Bruce ly Zelman, Lori Urban, Linda Zalrraisek, Susan Zurc, Row 2 Ted Zowolelr, Marilyn Zgonc, Wendy Zllnilr, Debby Yuras, Ceal Zupanclc. Row 31 Tony Vehovec, Mnlre Zupancrc, Waller Zmrlewslrr, Mary Ann Zupancrc, Duane Wrllmkw, Donna Yuhas. Row 4 Phrl Zrvlch, John Zoller, Gene Zerby, Henry Zol, Paul Wurschung, Frank Znider. Nor Prciured: Barbara Wenzel, JoAnn Zellro Mr Harper Bottom Row IL la RJ Mike Murphy, Fred Land, Karen Reichard, Debbie Vadnol, Arlene Kemeiak, Barb Girimant, Mary Lau Lickert, Elaine Mog, Dolores Donner. Row 2- Jim McVey, Mory Ellen Schaffer, Joan Oliver, Jerry Allchin, Jim Howell, Marcia Fevack, Janice Berry, Wendy Lick, Row 3: Harry Handshaw, Vicki Hollis, Lynn Nevar, Gayle Reese, Kathy Waiohn, Cathy Morabilo, Harvey Smith, Dave Dovres, Mary louise Lickerl. Raw 4: Jim Srnick, Dave Sinclair, Jim Burns, Ron Brow, Pal Sterling, Rhonda Yedlick, Bruce Walker Row 5 Tom Cole, Rick Strttings, Rick Bendure, Blaine Lewis, Mike Suttle, Doug Yondalo, Harry Jellries, Scott Wightman. Raw 6: Joe Sharpe, Bob Knight, Russ Berlan, Bill Semerchuk. Not Pictured: Craig Hoover, Peter Markovich, Marie Spoke, Lynn Allchrn. i 5 l ' H 5 Xl "Env -E l t Mf- HUfDer Bottom Row KL to Rl: Laurie Garrett, Lynn Allchin, Carol Schlickert, Jeri Lynn Dowd, Joyce Tianello. Row 2: John Chase, Richard TeLoelren, John Abraham, William Kobyllanec, Joanne Kuebler, Gail Arvoy. Row 3: Ken Mitchell, Stan Pavelecky, Doug Behrends, Kevin Kehres, David White, Mike Chlebid, Susan Soltrs. Band Sophomore Band Bottom Raw fl lo Rl: lrwin Weinberger, James Kiltelsrud, Jennifer Bates, Susan Katz, Susan Nash, Jane Cowan, Debra Meyer, Judith Kehres. Raw 2: Mary Geib, Nancy Nickels, Harry Schultz, Philip Cooney, Karla Mucci, Roy Sonntag, Lorraine Kain, Carol Dieclrman, Mark Battista, Raw 3 Douglas Rebeck, George Skrout, John Chapel, Curt Hale, Christopher Collier, Timothy Carpenter, Alice Taylor, Cathy Kenik, Thomas Tarantino. Row 4: Dennis Tavenier, Leonard Noel, Clark Scheurman, Glen Richardson, Rose Ann Lickert, Susan Ullman, Donald Srnick, Gregory Lyman, David Modic, Row 5: Daniel Soltis, Terry Hannon, Joy Cinco, Ronald Emser, Frank Mitch, Jettrey Schaller, Cloyd Hidebrand, Mark Lrckert. Raw 6: John Festrni, Charles Blatt, Daniel Daros, Douglas Holcombe, Scott Somers, John Koch, Paul Hungerford. v- l V sz 1 v-Q ll Q' :fi , - :iii rgiyff.-. rrrrlsiw-"N-fg 2' .A ' flvfirrifii 3:57:52 ' Q-.. ..,- lllll ll1ll N.,- 'hhs ' w.-3:3 'liili at Juniors Mrs: Araca Borlom Row ll lo Rl John Alubo, Deborah Auldridge, Gail Arnold, Deborah Alexander, Charlorre Abraham, Marrlou Aprcello, Korhy Anderson, Mrchelle Dabray Row P Bruce Baiec, Drana Auldrrclge, Nancy Anderson, Charlolre Amalo, Mory Balaslro, Pa! Andrews, Sue Allsp Pow 3 Rrchord Albarwefc, Gerry Allchrn, Garry Abbey, Gorl Aufmulh, Nancy Ariz, Crndy Barbrsh, Anne Adams, Raw 4, Jefl Aullz, Dan Balash, Kruk Harley, Glenn Ausvrn, Rrchard Aqur- lanc, Mrchael Andrulrs. Mr Brown Bollorn Row ll la Rl Debby Bolon, Carol Bravdrch, Beverly Bowers, Kathy Cerr, Brenda Flender, Mar-e Brrrlro, Anno Boreavc- Pow Y PGY Davrs, Barb Bolden, Pom Croanrng, Lors Brace, Sue Derlney, Theresa Blanca, Borb Bawrns Row 3 Ar! Brewer, Kevrn Bram, Colleen Boyle, Crndy Brrzes, Purrrcra Bozalr, Dennrs Brady, Bonnre Bom, Kurt Benford. Row 4: Carl Bork, Henry Boczelr, Terry Bosher, Drrlr Boorns, Bob Blazunas, Roger Braun, N.cl Bohr, Errc Bowes. J. r. lv ll Iwi' 'le UO Q0 Q 4. -sr 225 I. A v vv. M .,l, 2 ffm - f N. -5, -HAS: f X v , l Mrss Cormody Bavlom Row ll Yo Pl John Coppers, Connle Coll, Debbie Cheich, Vicki Cipriuni, Mrcki Cipri- onr, Carl Cluolola. Row 2 Dave Colosl, Curr Crprran, Rnclc Chrzanowslu, Pam Crlranrc, Vuckie Chlodo, Sharon Chercxa Row 3 Don Crawford, Mwke Delehanly, Dale Cesen, Hal Clark, Jerry Collrns, Eruc Coppers. Row 4: Larry Drozin, John Crarnelr, Dave Crlranrc, Jell Conyers, Russ Caddrngron, Rlclm Chose, Glenn Clrne Nal Prclurecl. Maxlne Chczonofl, Jell Clarke, Jae Colanlonlo, Dale Crgoy. "It's still wet." Mr Davnon Baflom Row ff lo F' Laura Dauchy John Dcubenspeclr, Debra Culsholl, Mark Danrels, Pal Dnllon, Dale Decker. Row 2 Kam Curhs, Leslre D Anna, Karhy De Mrnrca, Acielarde Crnko, Manlyn Cup, Bern Cunningham Raw 3 Margaret Cox, Wrllram Densmore, Jellrey Davrs, Fever Cowan, Alun Cox, Cynlhro Cooper Pow A Joe Dereslra, Sieve Deemer, Ken Cvelrc, Tom Deleslra, Don De Muchele, Tony Banos, Drone Dermng Nor Prclured Davrd Dawes 226 x-I ea Juniors ,I Mr, Fowler Boltorn Row fl Yo Pl Pam Fassrnger, Kay Fagan, Ellen Falcone, Erleen Dunlap, Drone Fabig, Drane Faust Pow 2 Cynthro Elmore, Darrs Dunbar, Kay Farrrll, Susan Forkus, Charlene Erzen, Robert Eckerrnan, Deral Euretrg Pow 3 Laurre Dutko, Janet Farn, Sherla Felder, Arlrne Fawcett, Jeanne Durraw, Deborah Bosher, Vrrgrnra Duty Row 4 Wrllrarn Emer-ck, Warren Evans, John Farrzel, Kurt Engel, Robert Dunker, Marc Felder, Steve Fasuk. Nor Prclufed Arleen Barbalo, Jon Durichllo, DCHNS EYrCl1SOf1, Morcra Ferock. an .f Mrss Drlger Bovlom Row fl to Rl- John Grrllo, Arthur Hare, Dranne Guglratta, Debra Harbst Elrzabelh Grum, Errc Grrmsrc, Frances Hale, Debra Hancovsky, Jeanette Haney, Sandy Gubcnc John Gusretrc, Glen Hoch Row 41 Rrchard Gyaosh, Rrchard Gusky, Tom Hagen, Stan Gustetrc Nancy Hanlon, Dave Hanson, Patrrcra Louch. .J ultll El kill! ESR? :ii Terry Hall, Amy Grrllrlh, Charles Grreshamrner. Row 2 Row 3, Jon Gurry, Frank Gromley, Tom Grrllrs, John Harps Rrch Grycon, Mark Groudle Nor Prctured Harry Handshow, Mis: Buck Bollarn Row IL lo Rl Janre Cathcarf, Elarne Bronaka, Mary Celarattr, Judy Cain, Robrn Archer, Lynn Budnar Row 2 Melrssa Carmany, Joanne Faragov, Barb Brozauskas, Sue Carrnutchel, Joanne Centa, Debbre Caldrone. Row 3: Karen Brown, Ann Bronaka, Drane Carlson, Sue Burns, Gall Bulrqk, Cheryl Bloderrck, Colleen Carroll, Row 4 Alan Casey, Brent Buckley, Dave Brooks, Dave Brodowskr, Frank Bobels, Larry Carne No' Prctured- Mrke Cannavrna, Mrke Bruenrng, Pam Clapp, .ludy Ayers, Ron Brow, Jrrn Burns. 3 Q l p-u , 1 . , , v-. 1 V. fx y , X V 1" vi Mrs Hoeger Bovforn Pow rl Vo PJ Nancy Haller, Erleen Hoge, Sandr Hendershol, Donna Hapron, Holly Hollmeyer Row 2 Louie Hulle, Elizabelh Holmes, Pam Hobe, Lrsa Hendershor, Terrr Harrrson, Sandy Holmes Paw 3 Bob Herrfck, Eunrce Krlrerer, Cathy Hrll, Debbre Hurrfson, Belh Harms, Nancy Hollornon Row J Doug Ludssrg, karl Henson, Alon Hnchco-1, Jane Hospadar, Fred Hernlz, Bob Havreberg No! Pnclured: James Howell, Crarg Hoover, Vrckr Holl-5, Ken Howe, Pal Hazlell, Margarel Gunde, Mrs Qgrgg Sorrof-n Paw ll vo P Margaume Flcere, Margarev Frerle, Jaan Farce, Nancy Foley, Denrse Ferrell, Sarah Block Raw 2: Colleen Flanagan Regrna Fulcomer, Raberva Frll-lr Laura Fondran, Cathy Ferrrs, Lrnda Frank Paw 3' Dean Fennell, Sandra Frahlrch, Judy Fullon, Marrlyn Frsher Ronald Ferra'a, M-ehael Frrmel, Ed.-.ard Frsher Ill Row 4- Bruce F-nan, Dave Frsher, Kenneth Frredel, Kurt Frey, Rrchard Ful- srnger, Terry Fox, Mark Fuersr Nor Prcrured Dorman Boslrer, Dan Douglas, Joan Frelds, Rabrn Pusher, Bob Fasier. -s 4 l Juniors Ur Hall Hc1'or-n Raw lL lo R Denise Blalnrk, Mrclu Anagnoslou, Judy Basa, Rosemary Blanlrenshrp, Allrce Benko, Nancy Benedum, Sal Dafrore Raw 2 Frrra Bessel Juay Ecu Jann Benaa, Karen B5-lay ch, Mrlre Bergman, Joyce Ensmmger, Crndy Bell Row 3 Reber? Beck, Douglas Barnes, Lunda Bezwlr, Bruce En'-le Lnca Bccole Rural 8'ker Pon 4 Kcrrh Berlan, Denns Benvenuva, Thomas Blarllcra, Jell Berzrrw, Tom Bauer, Brwan Balrsla Nor Prclured Douglas Barry Vtcnoel Benneff Lrnaa Berglurrd, Thomas Blalsos, Roy Daugherly. -4 V v ,J .4 A ... - Mr, Judge Bollom Row H. lo Rl Kclhy Humphrey, Grnny Jolruben, Sharon Humpul, Sandy Hurwrlch, Lrndo Janzrgo, Anne-Ile Jolrse Pow 2 Lorelyn Hudec, Bonnre Juros, Denrse lcke, Murrlyn Jolrsrc, Amy Hungerford, Frank Jerrc Row 3 Brll Jones, Dove Hunnell, Torn Hrrvnok, Jerry James, Mark Jochum, Chrrs Hulcwrcz, Lynn Hrusrer Row 4, Dave Jorclwow, Hurry Johnson, Rrch Johnson, Doug Jones, Bernle Kozlowskr, Torn Jeron, Jrm Hrcrslar No' Frcmred Colleen Hull Jennrler Jones Tony Indlcno Keep your chin Up. 9, I A ... ,- A, ..- J fre 'K ' ii:-5-:af-f" l HF llr' l5"ll r Mr Gall Eovorn Row rl. 'cr P Mary Gephor' Rmecnne Oorob: .wan Gzervz Valve Gopher' Keegan Ncmiy Gosser Row I Joann Ge-nelrus Elrzobeln Oral Jocle Growgrocn Jecnne Gray Hedgemock Nov Prcrrfeo Laurel Coipn Borborgr Lfvrrngn .oe Qld Dane Qzrnlr T29 I Therese Den L12 Cl-ck Bco Gerbelz Pow 3 :rcrnr C-l .lsr Mark C-l full Pool Groncfn Cheryl Gregor, .on Coles, Pioerv Keyes Den se Goal Row -2 Mr! L ecer V- ll om C-cor el Cercl Gorg rfzcn iolrgl Glo, Cul s Goal, Donny Q C V Mrs. Lucas Bollom Row lL ro Rl: Debbie Leland, Jolinda Laurencell, Diane Laurence, Pauline Lawson, Janice Lesinsky. Row 2: Maryellen Lee, Melanie Kuklica, Ginny Kumel, Shelly Lane, Carole Lang, Laura Leach, Row 3' John Lesinsky, Linda Lewis, Mike Lamonv, Cindi Laseak, Nancy Laser, Jell Legan, Row 4: Herb Larson, Ken Lesko, Russ Kucinski, Wayne Ketchum, Belly Anne Lemieux, Ken Lewis. Nov Picluredf Audrey Lemke. "Hallways really thrill me." Mr Lowe Bollom Row ll. la Rl Jennila Klapavic, Wendy Klein, Georgina Kovocich, Gayl Kimberly, Joyce Kikol, Sandi Kocinski, Marybelh Keyes, Michell Kavezsdi, Jan Knowles Row 2 Norm Kramer, Debbie Kung, Mary Kachevar, Julie Krall, Leslie Kinsley, Pal Kipp, Kathy Kociu, Darlene Klernencnc, Danna Khausz, Maryann Koracie. Raw J John Krebs, Coral Krnkelaar, Al Kidd, Slam Kazel, Miko Kollar, Jae Kimosh, Nicky laligliola, Wally Krebs, Geargunna Kahul, John Kauar. No! Prcrured Charlene Koci xA .,---.V e l-Q.-I 230 4... 1 v rr. Mrss Lellis Balrom Row ll lo Rl Darrell Nagy, Carol Napa, Sue Mullrgan, Marsha Mromor, Srevynne Monroe, Nancy Ross. Raw 2: Peier McNesll, Joe Pauer, Sharon Morel, Candy Molrlca, Jean Mullally. Raw 3- Jrm Naderer, Palrrcra Moore, Rrchard Nagode, Irene Mulvmas, Marrlyn Myslrnslu, Llnda Muslar Row 4 Dale Neurohr, Steve Mullen, Charles Murphy, Dennrs Moore, Ken Mcnsrnan, Joe Munrci, Na! Picrured: Colleen Mullenrx, Marrlyn Marg, Mrchael Murphy, James Nara, Davrd Pelsche. Mus Lolrar Bollom Row ll ro R Nancy Keay, Ava Kaplowrrz, Sue Kardell, Renee Karrch, Ton- Kaycn Row 2 Joseph Keyes, Lynne Jones, Luanne Hacevar, Carol Hess, Carolann Kahn, Sieve Kaselalr. Row 3 Bob Jost, Sieve Journey, Al Julran, Kerrh Kempke, Georgene Kalapodrs, Robert Ivancn: Row 4 Kevrn Kelley, Terry Kemerer, Fred Karabc, Marlrn Kearns, Keyrn Keaugh No! Prclured Todd Irvrne, Margarel Juralovac, Karhleen Helmrclr, Marc Kellner lk ul' 'P --,'r'L 3:1'.f1E.: N. , , 4 ,W X f ' A l:'lv.ll::A ' lu . 4 4 5-v V - r 'JQTI N , . Z.: nb : . I V, . 1:-1 .-Z V . l . 1 l --r I x I Y-L .M"-' . 'sz - , 231 Mr Pawlowskr Bofvarn Row ll vo Rl Janus Mobbs, Sandy Muller, Becky Mwnws, Sue McLaren, Chris Mehler Raw 2 Sharon Mrchos, Lou Ann Mishic, Marilyn Much, Pam Merrmx Marlene Mrrlrc, Carol Malrnaro Pow 3 Tarn Measles, Mrke Nelson, Bob Mrkanovwch, Paul Mahorrch, Sue Medves, Pa! Mcliedman, Raw A Tam McLaUghlrn, Paul Mrslrella, Make McFadden, Tum Muller, Mark Mclirerlnan, Andy McRarney, Joe Muller Noi Plclured Tony Mrklavcfc. Mr Robucl- Ballarn Row fl Vo Rl Llnda Prelro, Frances Popralek, Georgann Polunus, JoAnne Pach, Jrll Pollerl Kalhy Praskavrch, Row 2 Darren Powell, Debbwe Plccrano, Laurre Povocnrk, Duane Phrllrps, Irene Pansarl, Lrnda Mogar Raw 3. Mark Phrllrps, Mrchael Pans, Sue Prcazzr, Jwm Plall, Calhy Paulin, Tamra Padrwzmk, M-chele Prevra Row 4 Jrm Prer, Crarg Prenlrce, Tom Plul, Bernard Phrllwps, Bull Mea, Jack Pashe, Jrm Phnllwps. Nor Frclured: Jackie Pogrars Juniors Mfg Parfaro Balfom Raw fl la Rl Lynn Radabaugh, Carla Raney, Denise Reed, Sue Rechnrtzer, Luz Papay Row 2 Joan Rernwald, Drone Raggels, Gayle Prwrnazmk, Kay Rasrnusen, Debbie Prevesk, Jaye Racrch. Row 3 Cheryl Radalz, Sue Prfce, Ken Reed, Kalhy Roesch, Tom Reed Pow 4 Ron Redlreld, Mark Resnlk, Lrnda Reese, Bob Puhger, Paul Prosler, Gary Rrchler, No! Prclured: Scoll Rrce, John Rasccrn, Jrm MCVSY, Cafhy Morubrlo, Brenda Reese , 5 , , 4 V-ws . 1 Cel w.. nw!!! Us gf ,- pn "" ..-, X' I x 'x , ,,.. Mus Matulns Bottom Row IL la Rl- Martlyn Mayka, Janice Matlco, Mary Mayoclr, Mary McAuley Row 2 Sandy Maloyoc, Kathy Mason, Kathy Marrkis, Marla Mazar, Suzanne Madden Row 3 Tam Malor, Craug McDonough, Ron Mavtuccr, Mrke Maxwell, Gary McClave Row A Mrke Murolt, Dayld Mclirbben, Ty McCunn, Tom McArthur, Nucl: Mauna, Larry McFadden, Bruce Makse Nal Prcluredz Helen Marian, Peter Markoylch, Mr. Manspeclrer Boltam Row KL lo Rl Duane Nclss, Kathy Oberstor, Debbie Nungesser, Diane Ostberg. Row 2: Fred Owen, Dori O'NeilI, Clndy Otcaselr, Nancy Newman, Alice Novotny, Row 3' Bob Orlando, Dave Nolan, Tom Rallerty, Trudy Oluyer, Pat Mulvthrll Row 4 George Newton, Dan Navrnc, Gordon Netschlme, James Otlowslci, James Noyalmavwch. Nat Prclured Howard Nelson, Lynda Never, Sandy Oblrch, Carol Ormston. "This is my good side." 'Z33 19 1 , "9-'Y I ,, K 1' 1 .dbf 1 , 'Ps ' H 11 1! N J 1, fs . 1 'R J Q 1 'I rl ,, . 1 , . J r 1 4 f rf K Fig, fix' H 1 :4 'i ' Mr Pmeck Bavlovn Row fl to PJ Mark DobJekar, Jana Drewsbach, Paulerte Drscenzo, Crrvdy Duwker, Valerwe Donovan, Bonnwe Duehl, BJH Burke Row 2 Dan Di Franco. Sue Duezrc, Rrch Devor, Denwse De Rocco, Jananna Du Twrro, Julue Dougherty, Randy Dablar, Raw 3 Gayle Dexeion, Don De Vrra, Dwane Du Lalla, Dale De Wolf, John 1 Doganuero, Dan Ducca, Mary Dollack Raw A Greg Drake, Bah Drssauer, Brll Daesburg, Make Drury, Mary Fleming, Jeff Dole Na! Pfclured: Arden Donahoe, Shevla Don- nully, Dolores Donner J "Hey, aren't you . . . " Mr, Snusfer Boltom Row IL lo RJ James Schumacher, Dwrghi Yoder, Peggy Zmiiewski, Joan Springer, Joanne Wovr-ng Raw 2, Steve Zuplco, Davrd Zwnch, Carol Zremmer, Jane! Zaletel, Surah Wright Row 3: Rwchard Zeman, Sieve Zwmmerman, Joanne Wunderle, Crndy Yanchar, Susan Zentgruf, Vic Yenc. Row 4: Phrl Wrrghi Joseph Zakrajsek, Kevin Woods, Herbert Young, Terrence Walsh. No! Piclured: Diane Zum, George Yadrich. K ' f Y x ' . 0 " ' "r W! ' fx foxglit gf J . X J Xia" J' , r 234 -Q 1. lk. ' I 1 Mr. Sawyer Botlofn Row IL la Rl- Jlm Scott, Sharon Schultz, Drone Schneider, Cheryl Salelel, Lauren Salwsbury, Mary Schrlero Row 2 Paul Scho- nauer, Chr-5 Schultz, Karen Sbrocco, Cheryl Schanenecker, Darlene Voracheck, Krm Scalltdx, Row 3: Jamue Savarln, Bob Sanlard, Lynn Scallndt, Steve Schlarn, Bellnda Sanborn, Jess Saba Row A Joe Savoca, Charles Schmldt, Augle Schtll, Ron Sondller, Steve Sarlma, Davrd Schmrd, Steve Schade. Nat Piclured Mary Ellen Schalter, Susanne Schaval. Juniors Mr Rose Bottom Row fl 'o Rl Crndy Pauslc, Chau Pena, Anna Rollo, Valerie Petrovtc, Jeanne Pedone Row 2' Karl Rollner, Marnlyn Perovshelx, Rand: Palenschat, Georgwann Pace, Peter Pecsalx. Raw 3 Davtd Petscher, John Pano, Robert Pavlovvch, Wrllnam Mtchal, Mark Pecnuk, John Persell. Row 4- Mlchael Perluc, Dave Perrottu, Chrrs Payer, John Paul, Dennrs Pascal, Blll Pasco. Not Prctured Leslre Fallante, Laura Palumbo, Pam Parsons, Debbue Pestotmk. -Q., 'IA-.A , in e ' f I A5 , x4 A A 1 w- l ll - 235 iv! five sn? 'C' .5 - ,f Yg- J ffi. N 1' 5' -4 Mrs Slfllman Banom Row KL io R! Lwnda Spears, Pavrucna Sorrrok, Dwona Sarcn, Barbalu Scndon, Mary Smnlh. Row 2. Leland Smerdel, Loxrnu Vawgmys, Joyce W-cls, Mary Sobole, Joyce Spuno Row 3, Jerry Svclchurskl, Don Sackloslue, Jock Smeliz, Bob Sornrok, Walt Sralzer, Row 4- Joseph Smack, John Valencwc, Hervey Slussar, Dennvs Srmvh, Lee Smwvh, Davnd Spew Nov Pfqmred Jvm Zucqlla X--v ,..., -M i Mr Supcnce BoHanw Pow fl fa RJ Pobwn Slewndler, Carla Svrunk Judy Slepnens, Susan Sinzzn, Cclhy Subel Paw Y Nancy Svornbevger, Swan Stoner, Rob-n Svfavlgn Row 3 Tomaslna Siepnan, Dowd Sveinnaucr Don Slwglxc Row J Lauwse Svanlon, Julwa Svaslwnas, John San!-na Slepanawcn, Barbara Srefanka, Brwdger Suflwan, Mlchael Sumrncvh-II, Svedvng Leo Slanlfevwcz, John Sfanel, Hans Swlwanoa Nav Pfqmred Susan Werle, Wnllwom Sapkzk, Tom Slupwco. Bob Suvvle, Pc? Slerlungl Bull Siephens mx I Dazed P30 Schmile at everybody! Mr. Slarr Borlorn Raw fl lo Rl Jean Shepard, Anne Sleeper, Debra Srmpson, Terri Srrak, Marcia Sherman, Joanne Seudel Row 2 Edward Srmkrns, Nancy Shrsrla, Jackre Slreya, Sharon Sernrk, Cathy Shrllrng, Par Srmeo Raw 3 Frank Sherrow, Ann Srelerv, Gayle Srgal, Charles Srms, Wrllram Sleuprc, Barb Serberi Row 4 Jeff Weber, Dan Slxeclel, Dan Shun-ran, John Selwyn, Sieve Srrlr, Al Shar! Nov Prclured, Wrllrarn Semenchulr, Richard Sheppard, Davud Srnclarr. e ,Q x Ef'Fem9 I f Mfss Slepessy Bollarn Row IL la Rl Janwne Taylor, Nancy Temple, Aluce Sweel, Laurre Tanner, Carol Swardner, Jane? Taub Row P Mary Szabo, Sally Taylor, Helen Tally, Laura Syigel, Alrca Swarlz, Kathy Thomas, Row 3: Larry Swoney, Dennis Thomas, Thea Syroka, Nicalelle Tamborrello, Pal Sylle, John Trebuslry. Row 4- Jrm Swanharf, Rrchard Taylor, Gene Theus, Make Therl, John Telich, Sieve Thayer, Ricky Taylor, Mike Taddie, No! Prcvured: Susan Thaever. rdf", 9 - 5fi,i. E T u ' , 4 xx .Ji if . ,T - ,-,. ::,.,..,, ,. A,.-,x ,A n lf: Mr, Thompson Bollom Row IL io RJ: Penny Tolchrnsky, Lorella Tobin, William Troop, Diane Taylor, Janet Ulle, Bonnie Ubancek. Row 2: Ron Thompson, Ernest Tublash, Alberl Ulle, Helen Tomsic, Esther Vaccariello, Denise Willicki. Row 3: Charles Wrckline, Anthony Segulin, Linda Thomas, Robert Ubancic, .loan Toubman, laufeen Trolro. Row 4, George Turopolac, Dan Tianella, Mark Slroub, Sam Tomaselli, Robert Spelich, Ken Talh. Nal Piclured: Jim Treanor, Jvm Tolh, Veronica Thomas, Charles Wesfern. Mfg Wregond Bollom Row lL lo Rl: .lon Wilson, Diane Whulney, Calhy WiM, Carole Wiehn, Rosie Wendel Row 2 Louise Walerwash, Lynn Weber Jenno Whyle, Donna Woll, Cynrh-o Wendolowski Row 3: Georgene Weizer, Kalhy While, Rickey Williams, Terry Wrlbroham, John Wendorll, Mario Tonkli Ken Wells Row 4 Jell Wolenski, John Welsh, Tom Weslee, Ken Willerl, Scott Williamson, Dan Williams, Ben Whillcker, Miss Whieldon Bollam Raw IR lo Ll- Joe Valenti, Vickie Wallace, Parli Virginia, Kafhy Waiahn, Debbie Vrh. Row 2: Jack Wagner, Linda Valencic, Lucy Vasas, Colleen Walsh, Jan Wallace, Row 3: Gary Vehar, Terry Volanle, Ken Vrsoky, Mike Vernon, Row 4: Chris Waterman, Don Walworlh, Frank Vadnal, Greg Vranekovic, Tom Warder, John Vudmar. No! Piclured: Jim Vidrick, Carhy Voirek, Laura Vozel. -Q- ', x' X I KI M155 U'-ry Bgwom Row JL fo R Margqver Leger, Frcncxne Lopez, Comme Lovgwn, Nova Lgvb Wendy Lu Pow I Dc"'P'o Ldvy Fcfrcvo L Lz, Mew Lchwe L-:ken Jean Luis-C, Vclevwe Love, Midrec Lohn Row 3 Wxlhcm Lwkmrv, Vibe" kwnntr Lmelcv Bw:e Lcmbmm, Jcse-ph Gvz-ncxc, Ph.l,p Lovko, Pumck Lombardo, Hrnvok, Mrchoel Lunder Lu.-Y hen Los"e.er . :'L' lixh. Pg"-Q H:",f'pe Di.-. -J J.,o,,,, Lwon, ,UWM E , fn -, .: ,, .., Har-. c 6 'J 1 lwlfifiiilf' Mrs. Tombough Bollom Row IL Vo RJ Nancy Rose, Susan Pclosly, Chris Ruperr, Carol Reeze, Sue Maxwell. Row 2 Lou-se Melnmb, Veme NAcNe1l!y, ArvwMcne Rya.e-Q, Toree Pcr'w'::P, Owovlc' R::s9 Row 3 Don-el Rue, Shwdey Pagers Kuvhy Ribeffs Mow: 3 P vnu", T-el Rgzxfv P5-'. J joe Pmchol, Susan Rose, Gnvl Remo Mori M:C'eVlmfvd, Car! R:HHe Hg' PLL'-1 Ian if P-':' f' '-'zu cs Rwchrer, Martin Rwchver, Mcny Rush, Bob Mnrns 239 RONALD J. BARBISH Ron Senior Index MICHELLE AARONSON Michelle Eucuyo 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 3, F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, o.L.c. 4, I.O.S. 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Committee Chairman 3, N.F.L. 4, N.H.S. 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Girls' Soccer 3, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Second Page Editor 4, Survey Training Club 2. JOSEPH ADAMS Joe ROBERT EDWARD ADAMS Speed SHIRLEY ANN ADAMS Sam C.O.E. 4. STEVE ADAMS Steve JOANNE ALBERT Jo E-Room Activities 4, Euclidian Business Statt 3, 4, I.O.S. 4, Maiorette Club 3, Ski Club 4, Spirits 3, 4. WALTER E. ALLCHIN Bud MARK ALLISON Zoomer Student Council Representative 2. CAROL ANN ALMGREM Carol Ad Club 3, 4, Choral Masters 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, N.F.L. 4, Prom Committee 3, Spirits 3. SCOTT RANDALL AMOS Elmo Chevron Society 3, Ski Club 4, J.V. Tennis 2. STACEY ANAGNOSTOU Stacey DAWN ANDERSON Andi Euclidian Business Statt 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Junior Cabinet 3, Spirits 3, 4, Student Supply Store 3. THOMAS ANDERSON Andy RALPH W. ANDREWS Butch Baseball 4, Football 2. MICHAEL JOSEPH ARAPS Mike JAMES E. ARKO Jim Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Marching Band 2, 3. LOUIS L. ARKO Louis SUE ARNOLD Sue PAMELA ASHDOWN Midge Transfer Student 3, Friendship Y-Teens 3. ROBERT ALAN ASHLEY Bob Baseball 4, E-Room Activities 3, Football 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, Letterman 4, Spirits 2. MARY ELAINE Auoust ivimy sktciub 3. KATHRYN AusEc KOTHI ROBIN JAMIE AUSTIN Rob C.O.E. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3. JAMES AYERS Jim Letterman 2, 3, Student Council Represen- tative 3, Swim Team 2, 3, M.C.C. 4. FRANK AZMAN Spanky MARY ANNE BABUDAR Mor Student Secretary 4. CAROLE BAER Carole MARY ELLEN BAJEC Baie G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Sports-Coord- inator 4, G.L.C. 4, N.H.S. 4, Girls' Softball 2, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Girls' Tennis 2, 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL E. BALALE Balal Baseball 2, Big Show 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, President 4, Panther of the Month 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4. LYNN BALDASSARRE Lynn Student Council Representative 2, 3. RUSSELL BALUKIN Russell VALERIE J. BARABAS Quinn BARBARA JEAN BARBATO Barb Choral Masters 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, G.L.C. 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Girls' Softball 2, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Soccer 2, 3. ROBERT BARBISH Robert Student Supply Store 2, 3, 4, J.V. Swim Team 2, 3, Swim Team 4, Panther Athletic Award 2. DIANE MARIE BARON Diane Girls' Glee Club 2, Homecoming Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Spirits 2, Student Council Representative 2, Student Council Execu- tive Board 3, 4, Wai Napolo 4, Winter Festival Committee 2, 3, 4. JAMES BARRICK James A.F.S. 2, 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Language Lab Assistant3. ANGELA BARTEL Angie Eucuyo 3, Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, Folk Club 2, Homecoming Committee 2, 4, Homecoming Court 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, Senior Scandal 4, Spirits 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4, Voices of Art 3. MARILYN ANN BAUER Marilyn Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 3, Fall Play 3, 4, Folk Club 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, N.F.L. 4, Spring Play 4, Talent Scout E.H.S. 4, Euclid Theatre Guild 4. 240 JAMES BAUMAN Jim Mixed Choir 2. ROY E. BAUMEISTER Roy Eucuyo 4, Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 4, l.Q.S. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Panther Athletic Award 2, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, J.V, Swim Team 2, 3, Swim Team 3, 4, Soccer Team 2, 3. DAVID ALLAN BAYKO Bakes Baseball 2, Golf Team 3, 4, Golf Club 3, 4. MARCIA ANN BEASON Marcia Folk Club 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3. GREGORY J. BEAUMONT Greg Track 3, 4. BEVERLY ANN BECKERT Bev Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Manager 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, 4, 3, 4, 4, Panthers 4, Spirits 3. TERENCE WALTER BECKWITH Beck Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 4, Letterman 4, Track 2, 3, J.V. Wrestling 2, Campus Lite 4. JOSEPH SIDNEY BELUSCHAK Belusch Boys' Gym Leaders 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Spirits 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. JAMES BENKO Jqmeg JOAN BENSING Joan Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, I.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4, Wai Napolo 3. GENE BERARDINELLI Geno Golf Club 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4. ROBERT A. BERARDUCCI Duce Track 2. GERALDINE BERGANT Geri ROB BERLAN Rgb Transfer Student 4, Chess Club 4, Choral Masters 4, Movie Club 4. NATALIE DEBRA BERNDT Debbie Choral Masters 3, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Fall Play 4, Director 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Spectrum 2, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 'Student Supply Store 2, 3, Survey Training Club 2, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 4. JANET LYNN BESSEL Jgn CHRISTOPHER D. BIDDLE Bid E-Room Activities 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, J.V. Swim Team 2. BARBARA BISH Borb Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Ski Club 4. REBECCA FERANDER BLANCO Beck Foreign Exchonge Student I969-70, A.F.S. 4, Mixed Choir 4, N.H.S. 4, Student Supply Store 4, Youth Council on Humon Relotions 4. BARBARA BLANK Bclrb Mixed Choir 2, Ski Club 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2. BETH ANN BLEWITT Beth A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Treosurer 3, President 4, Euclidion Editoricil Stott 3, 4, Euclidion Troining Club 2, 3, Folk Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, l.O.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Senior Scondol 4, Student Council Representotive 2, Humcinities Eost 4, Computer Club 3, Longuoge Assistont 2, 3. LAWRENCE BOCK Lorry Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Trock 2, 3, 4. JANICE MARIE BOCSKEY Join JAMES BODENSCHATZ Jomes LINDA SUSAN BOGEL Lindo ROBERT ALAN BOHINC Boh DONALD BONE Don Foremon's Club 4. THOMAS BOPP Thomos VINCENT BORGIONE Vince Footboll 2. IVOR BORK Ivor NANCY BORSCH Noncy Euclidion Business Stott 2, 3, 4, Euclidion Troining Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Boord 4, I.Q.S. 3, 4, Moiorette Club 3, N.H.S. 4, Spirits 4. MARCIA ANN BOYCE Mcirsh A.F.S. 2, 3, Euclidion Business Stott 2, 3, 4, Euclidion Troining Club 2, 3, Friend- ship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, I.O.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Senior Scondcil 4, Spirits 3, 4, Secretory 4, Student Council Represent- otive 4, Winter Festivcil Committee 4. KEITH BRADY Keith Lettermon 2, 3, Trock 2, 3. MICHAEL EDVVARD BRADY Mike PATRICIA RAY BREED Pot Concert Bond 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Moiorette Club 2, Morching Bond 2, 3, Ski Club 4, Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 4. ALLAN RAY BREWER Brew SUSAN KAY BREZEC Breezy G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 4, N.H.S. 4, Woi Nopolo 3, Girls' Sottbcill 3, Girls' Bosketboll 3, 4, Girls' J.V. Bosketbcill 2, Girls' Soccer. KENNETH BRICKMAN Kenn F.B.L.A. 4, Ski Club 4. PAUL CHARLES BRITTON Poul Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Lettermon 3, 4, Swim Teom 2, 3, 4. CINDY LYNN BROCONE Cindy Big Show 3, Eucuyo 4, G.A.A. 2, Spring Ploy 3, Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 3, Euclid Theotre Guild 4, Voices ot Art 3, 4, Executive Boord 3, 4, Co-President 4, DONNA BROD Donno F.T.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, N.H.S. 4, Spirits 3, Pink Ponthers 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President4. LINDA LOUISE BRODHACKER Lin N.F.L. 4, Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 4, Winter Ploy 3, Dromo Workshop 2, 3. LORRAINE BROOKS Lorroine Euclidicin Business Stott 4, M.C,C, 2,I.O.S. 4, N.H.S. 4, Pink Ponthers 3, 4, Secretory 4. BETTY Biaoos Betty Folk Club 3. ALLISON ANNE Bieovvrxi Al Codet Bond 2, Foll Plciy 2, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Junior Ccibinet 3, Morching Bond 2, Prom Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Senior Ccibinet 4, Student Council Executive Boord 3, 4, Woi Nopolo 4, Winter Festivol Committee 3, 4. DAVID BROWN Dgve Footboll3,J.V.Footbc1II2fTrc1ck 3. MAUREEN BRUENING Cothy Friendship Y-Teens 2, M.C.C. 2, Ski Club 2. MARIJEAN BRULE Moriiecin Eucuyo 3, Folk Club 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Student Council Representotive 4, Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 3. THOMAS IRWIN BRUNSON Tom Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermon 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Swim Teom 2, 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4. DAVID BRYANT Dove BONNIE BUBLEY Bubbles Ad Club 2, 3, 4, A.F.S. 2, 4, Cheerleoders 4, J.V. Cheerleoders 3, Cciptoin 3, Vorsity Substitute 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 2, Senior Cobinet 4, Secretory 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representotive 2, 3. DAVID L. BUCKNOT Dove Concert Bond 2, 3, 4, Mczrching Bond 2, 3, Pep Bond 2. CAROL ANN BURES Corol 241 Chorc1lMosters 3, N.H.S. 4, Voices ot Art 4 RONALD BURGE Ron NORMAN LEONARD BURKE Derbin J.V. Wrestling 2. THERESA ANN BURKHOLDER Terry Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3. CLIFFORD BURNS Clifford JESSICA Jeggigg Chorol Mosters 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3. WILLIAM EDWARD BUSCH Bill JAMES CALANDRA Jim JAMES CALDRONE Col Bcisketboll 3, 4, J,V. Bcisketbcill 2, E-Room Activities 4, J.V. Footbcill 2, Boys' Gym Leoders 4, Key Club 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Lettermon 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4. CARMEN CALI Corm Footboll 2, Ski Club 2, 3, CANDICE MARIE CALLAGI-IAN Concly Girls' Glee Club 2, G.A.A. 2, NFL. 4, Prom Committee 3, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CALLOVV Coblow Boys' Gym Leciclers 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermcin 2, 3, 4, Spirits 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Coptoin 4, J.V. Tennis 2. BARBARA ANN CAMPANA Bcirb A.F.S. 2, Big Show 2, 4, Chorol Mcisters 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mciiorette Club 2, N.H.S. 4, Student Council Representcitive 2, Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 4, Usher 2, Voices ot Art 4, Vorsity Chorcile 4. DEBORAH LOU CAMPBELL Debbie Usher 3, Girls' Soccer 3. DENISE MARIE CAPRETTA Denny Chorol Mosters 3, 4, Euclidicin Business Stott 4, Euclidicin Trciining Club 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A,A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, I.O.S. 4, Junior Ccibinet 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Senior Sccindol 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representotive 4, Usher 2, Winter Festivcil Committee 4, Powder Putt Footbcill 4. DAVID LEONARD CARLSON Dove Bowling 2, 3, 4. TYRONE GALE CARNES Ty Movie Club 2. GREGORY ALLEN CARRISH Greg Boys' Gym Leoders 3, 4. DAVID JOHN CARRUTI-IERS Dcive Lettermon 4, Soccer 3, 4. GEOFFREY BRIAN CARTER Geottrey Boys' Gym Leoiders 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Lettermon 4, Swim Club 4. MARK ANTHONY CASTELLETTI Mark ROBERT CATER Bob Big Show 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 2, Mixed Choir 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Student Supply Store 2, J.V. Swim Team 2, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4, Varsity Chorale 3, 4. CAROL CEFARATTI Carol ROBERT A. CENTA Bear Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, Spirits 4, Track 2. KATHLEEN CHAMBERS Kathi A.F.S. 2, F.T.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Mixed Choir 2, Maiorette Club 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Language Lab Assistant 2, A.V. Room Assistant 3, Biology Lab Assistant 4, Senior Scandal 4, Assistant Editor 4. STEPHEN RALPH CHANEY Steve Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4. SHERRIE LYNN CHANT Sher Euclidian Training Club 2, Folk Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Mixed Choir 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Maiorette Club 3, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. SETH L. CHAZNOFF Seth Junior Red Cross 3, 4, President 4, Football Trainer 4, Movie Club 3, 4, Science Seminar 2, Student Council Representative 3, World Affairs Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Soccer Trainer 4. TIM ALLYN CHEADLE Banana Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, Soccer 3, 4. ROGER ALAN CHERNE Rodge Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Panther Athletic Award 3, 4. FRANK CHERNEY Frank STERLING CHILD Child Ski Club 4, Spirits 4. JOHN CHARLES CHIOFOLO Chife WILLIAM F. CHRISTFNSEN Willie Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Spirits 4. CHRISTINA CHRISTIAN Christina TERRENCE PATRICK MICHAEL CHUBB- Chubber E-Room Activities 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Committee Chairman 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council 'Representative 2, 3, 4. JOHN ANTHONY CHURNEY John J.V. Football 2. BARBARA CIGOY Ciggy Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Art Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, G.L.C. 3, 4, Historian 4, I.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2, Usher 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Youth Council on Human Relations 4. ROBERT P. CIGOY Bob J.V. Football 2. DAVID CIMPERMAN Cimp J.V. Football 2. ROBERT CIVIC Bob Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3. JOHN M. CLAPACS Clay Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, 3, E-Room Activities 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4. CHARLES R. CLARK Chuck Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 4. JAMES CLOUSER Jornes JOHN CLOUSER Heavy COLLEEN COAKLEY Colleen ROBIN COCHRAN Robin Folk Club 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, Survey Training Club 2, Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. PATRICK COGHILL Cogs Chess Club 2, Spirits 3. GERALD S. COLEMAN Carp Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, Ski Club 2. SHERRY COLLISTER Sher E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Maiorette Club 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2. GARY CONKLIN James JOSEPH CONNELLY Muzie DAVID LAWRENCE COONEY Dave Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4. CAROL COPPER Carol WILLIAM R. CORKIN Bill Transfer Student 3. EDWARD J. COSTELLO Ed Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, Track 2. LINDA MARIE COTMAN Linda N.H.S. 4, KATHY ANN COWPER Kathy Euclidian Training Club 2, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Winter 242 Festival Committee 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Treasurer4. BARBARA ANNE CRAGLE Barby Folk Club 3, M.C.C. 2, 3. CHERYL LEE CRAWFORD Cheryl Big Show 2, 3, 4, Cadet Band 2, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 4, G.A.A. 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, Pit Band 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 3. DAVID HENRY CRITCHFIELD Critch Golf Club 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Humanities East 4. ROSS ALBERT CROUCHER Hoss Transfer Student 3. RONALD JOSEPH CROW Ronald I-IAZEL STELLA CROWDER Penny Transfer Student 2. GAYLE A. CROWN Gayle E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Maiorettes 3, 4, Majorette Club 2, Marching Band 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Spirits 4. JACK CUCANICH Jack DEAN RODGE CULP Dean Student Council Representative 2. GRACE M. CULP Grace Ski Club 2, 3. ANN ELIZABETH CURTIS Annie E-Room Activities 4, Folk Club 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits' 3, 4, World Affairs Club 4, Winter Festival Committee 3, 4. MARK DALIC lVlark Hockey Club 4, Soccer 4. JOANN D'AMlCO Joann SUSAN MARION D'AMATO Sue Transfer Student 4. CHRISTINE L. DAVIS Chris E-Room Activities 4, 'Fall Play 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, N.H.S. 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 4, Humanities East 4. DALE A. DAVIS Dole Football 3, J.V. Football 2, Track 2. JERRY DAVIS Jerry ANTHONY J. DEBELAK Tony TOBY DEL GIUDICE Tob J.V. Football 2. ARTHUR DELL Art PATRICIA DEVINE Pat DAVID A. FIDEL Maple DOUGLAS GERARD DE VINEY DeVin Choral Masters 3, 45 Football 45 J.V. Football 25 Boys' Gym Leaders 4. SALLY DICKHEISER Sally DENNIS J. DICKI Dennis FORREST DIEHL Woody F.T.A. 35 J.V. Wrestling 2, 35 Wrestling Club 2, 3. DOMENIC FRANK DI LALLA Dom Golf Club 3, 4. MARIA CHRISTINE DISSAUER Maria A.V. Club 3. HELGA DOBLER Helga Euclidian Business Staff 45 Friendship Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 I.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 45 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45'Survey Training Club 2. FLOYD DOCKERY Floyd PATRICIA JEAN DOHERTY Pat Folk Club 2, 3. JOHN DOMBROWSKI John Swim Club 45 J.V. Swim Team 2. MARILYN DOMITOR Marilyn G.A.A. 3. STEPHEN DONNALLY Steve DIANA DORSEY Diana MICHAEL DOUGHERTY Doc Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 45 N.H.S. 45 Science Seminar 25 Ski Club 45 J.V. Swim Team 25 Soccer 3, 4. WAYNE DOWNER Wayne N.H.S. 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 45 Radio Club 3, 4. LAWRENCE DOYLE Lawrence WILLIAM DRAZDIK Bill GARRY C. DREMEL Garry Transfer Student 25 Big Show 2, 3, 45 Choral Masters 35 Fall Play 35 Mixed Choir 25 Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 45 Varsity Chorale 45 Swim Show 35 A.F.S. 2. SUE DROBNICK Sue CCICIST Band 25 3, 25 Homecoming Court 2, 45 Maiorettes 45 Maiorette Club 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 2, 45 Student Council Representa- tive 2, 35 Friendship Y-Teens 25 Senior Scandal 4. PAUL DROTLIFF Paul Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3. LANA DRUMMER Lana Cadet Band 2, 35 M.C.C. 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 N.H.S. 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 2, 3, 4. DENNIS DRYER Dennis BRIAN DUGAN Brian MARILYN ANN DVORNIK Marilyn Euclidian Business Statt 2, 3, 4, Co-Manager 45 Euclidian Training Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 35 I.O.S. 3, 45 Powder Putt Football4. DENISE DWORNING Dee Cheerleaders 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Friendship Y-Teens 2. ROBERT MICHAEL DYBIEC Bob Transfer Student 35 l.O.S. 45 Key Club 45 Youth Council on Human Relations 4, Chairman 45 Library Page 45 N.H.S. 45 Survey Editorial Statt 45 Survey Training Club 35 Bicycle Club 4. GAYLE ELLEN EBEL Gayle G.A.A.3,4. RICHARD GARY EBLE Rick WILLIAM ALLEN ECKER Bill ALBERT EDELMAN Eddles JAMES ELLISON Jim DENISE L. ELSHAW Denise KILLIAN ENDERS Kelly DAVID ALLEN ENGELKING Engles Cross Country 3, 45 Golf Club 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 45 Panther Athletic Award 25 Track 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY ANN ENGLISH Bev G.A.A. 2, 45 Homecoming Committee 4. KATHRYN ERDELSKY Kathy N.H.S. 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 2, 3. EDWARD V. EVANICK Ed Soccer 2, 3. ANN MARIE EVANS Annie E-Room Activities 45 Homecoming Com- mittee 45 Mixed Choir 35 N.H.S. 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Cabinet 4, Treasurer 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representative 2, 45 Friendship Y-Teens 25 Junior Cabinet 3, Secretary 35 Winter Festival Committee 4. ROXANNE EVERETT Roxanne Movie Club 3. DAVID G. FANNEY Dave Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Letterman 3, 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 Science Seminar 2, 35 Ski Club 25 Soccer 2, 3, 45 J.V. Tennis 2. CAROLYN JEANNE EARKAS Carole Cadet Band 25 Concert Band 35 Euclidian 243 Training Club 25 Friendship Y-Teens 25 F.T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 45 Marching Band 2, 35 N.H.S. 45 Ski Club 2, 35 Spectrum 25 Spirits 3, 4. JOHN FATICA John Cross Country Trainer 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 35 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Letterman 2, 3, 45 Track Trainer 3, 45 Wrestling Trainer 2, 3, 4. LINDA FATICA Linda Student Council Representative 25 Prom Committee 3. DEBORAH MICHELLE FATUR Debbi C.O.E. 45 E-Room Activities 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 2. JO ANN FELZ JoAnn Friendship Y-Teens 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 G.L.C. 3, 4, Secretary 45 N.H.S. 45 Spirits 3, 4. DIANE LEE FERENCAK Frenchy CAROL JEAN FERLITO Carol Girls' Glee Club 25 Maiorette Club 2. WILLIAM DANIEL FERRIS Dan Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Letterman 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. VICTORIA ANN FESTINI Fes Cadet Band 2, 3, 45 Powder Putt Football 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 25 Orchestra 45 Pep Band 35 Usher 2, 3. Cross Country 35 Boys' Gym Leaders 45 Science Seminar 35 Spirits 45 Wrestling 45 J.V. Wrestling 35 Wrestling Club 3, 45 Weight Lifting Club 3, 4. TIMOTHY R. FIER Tim Junior Red Cross 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Ski Club 35 Spirits 45 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 4. JOHN FINAN John MICHAEL FITZGERALD Fitz LINDA FITZMAURICE Fitz G.A.A. 2, 35 Ski Club 25 Friendship Y-Teens 3. JAMES FITZSIMMONS Jim Bowling 25 Chess Club 25 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 45 Math Club 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Spirits 2, 3, 45 Student Council Representative 35 J.V. Wrestling 2. ROBERT FOHL Bob CATHY LYNN FORCE Cath G.A.A. 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spirits 25 Usher 35 Girls' Soccer 3. LINDA FORD Linda MARILYN FORD Marilyn C.O.E. 4, E-Room Activities 3, G.A.A. 2. JILL ANN FOWLE Jill Maiorette Club 2. KATHLEEN FOX Foxy Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Spirits 3, 4. LAURA ELLEN FOY Laura Folk Club 3, F.T.A. 2, 3. LISA ANN FRANCIS Lisa Student Supply Store 2, G.A.A. 4. LOUISE FRANCIS Weazer C.O.E. 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.B.L.A. 3, Maiorette Club 2. RICHARD W. FRANCIS Ricky Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Friendship Y-Teens 3, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Prom c immittee 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM J. FRANCIS Bill Chess Club 2, E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, 3, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, Weight Lifting Club 3,4 DARLENE Fi2ANks Dolly Cadet Band 2, 3, Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Marching Band 2, 3, Ski Club 4. RALPH c. FREY Ralph Baseball 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, J.V. Football 2, E-Room Activities 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GERTRUD FRIEDBERG Gertz Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Ski Club 2, Spirits 4, Usher 4. JO ANN FROSS Jo E4Room Activities 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, N.F.L. 2, Usher 3. ANNA FUGINA Fugi G.A.A. 2, Homecoming Court 3, Major- ettes 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, Ski Club 2, Student Council Representative 2. PETRAS VYTAUTAS GAIZUTIS Petras Transfer Student 4, Movie Club 4. TIMOTHY GALL Tim Ski Club 2, 3, J.V. Wrestling 2. GARY GALLAGHER Gary E-Room Activities 4, F.T.A. 4, Mixed Choir 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3 Vice-President 3, Lettermeri's Club 4- 1 Letterman 4, M.C.C. 2, Movie Club 2, Prom Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, 1 Soccer 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 3, Tennis 3, J.V. Tennis 2. ANTOINETTE GAMMIERE Tonie Transfer Student 3, Big Show 3, C.O.E. 4, Vice-President 4, Friendship Club 3, G.A.A. 3, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 3, Spirits 3, 4. DANIEL GARAPIC Dan Transfer Student 3, N.H.S. 4, Ski Club 4. LAURIE GARISEK Laur C.O.E. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, G.L.C. 3. WALTER DAVID GARLING Dave Key Club 2, 3. TIMOTHY LAWRENCE GARRETT Tim Choral Masters 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Soccer 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. SCHUYLER EDWARD GARTH Skip Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Pit Band 3,4 CHRISTINE ANN GAYDOS Chris Cadet Band 2, 3, Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, l.Q.S. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4. IRENE GELETKA Irene Transfer Student 3, F.B.L,A. 4, G.A.A. 4, Spirits 4, MICHAEL GEORGE Mike Big Shovv 2, 3, 4, Choral Masters 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Survey Business Staff 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, Varsity Chorale 3, 4. DAN GERBETZ Dan Intramural Basketball 4. SHARON ANN GERBIC Sher C.O.E. 4. ELLEN J. GERL Ellen A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Folk Club 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, President4. WILLIAM THOMAS GERL Bill Hockey Club 4, Letterman 3, 4, N.H S, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, Track 2. JAMES GERTZ Jim J.V. Football 2. ROBERT GESSNER Bob Folk Club 3, J.V. Football 2. LYNN GESTEN Lynn E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Prom 244 Committee 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3. MARIE SANTINA GIALLANZA Marie JAMES GIANFORTI Jamie SANDRA L. GILL Sandy SALLY JEAN GINGELL Sally Friendship Y-Teens 2, Maiorette Club 3, Prom Committee 4, Senior Scandal 4, Ski Club 2, Spirits 3. IAN SCOTT GLASS lan Football 3, 4, Captain 4, J.V. Football 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4, Humanities East 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant Governor 3, Secretary 4, Lettermen's'Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Student Council Represent- ative 2, Track 2, Wrestling 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. WILLIAM GLICKMAN Bill CHERYL GOCKEL Cheryl E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2. 3, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Maiorette Club 2, 3, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Senior Scandal 4, Assistant Editor 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. BRADFORD A. GOEBEL Brad Bowling 2, Euclidian Training Club 3, Golf Club 3, Senior Scandal 4, Track 2. BERTRAM A. GOLD Bert Camera Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Head Photographer 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 4, I.Q.S.4. SANDRA GONAKIS Sandy G.A.A. 2, 3, Girls' Soccer 3, Movie Club 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. MARLA NAOMI GOODMAN Marla Contemporary American Literature Seminar 3, Junior Red Cross 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Humanities East 4, N.H.S.3,4. SUSAN GORDOS Sue A.F.S. 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 3, Vice-President 4, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Hockey 2, 3, 4, Girls' Tennis 3, Girls' Volleyball 2. LINDA GORJUP Linda G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Survey Business Staff 3. JANICE GOSKE Jan Junior Red Cross 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Maiorette Club 2, N.F.L. 4, Senior Scandal 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Usher 2, 3. GERALDINE GRAHAM Gerry Prom Committee 3. KEVIN GRAHAM KSQ Choral Masters 3, Concert Band 3, 4, J.V. Footboll 2, Morching Bond 2, 3, Pep Bond 2, 3, Ski Club 3. EDWARD MICHAEL GRANCHI Ed SEONA GRANT Seono Tronsfer Student 3. WALTRAUT GRAU Trouty Euclidion Editoriol Stott 2, 3, 4, Editor-in- Chief 4, Euclidion Troining Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Soccer 3, 4, l.O.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Science Seminor 2, 3, Student Council Representotive 3, Youth Council on HumontRelotions 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH GRDANC Mike MARY ANN GRDINIC Mor ROBERT WILLIAM GREENER Bob Trcinster Student 2, Stoge Croft Club 4. RONALD MARTIN GREENWALD Ron Survey Troiining Club 2. SHIRLEY JEANNETTE GREIG Shirley WILLIAM GRIDA Bill Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE GRIFFITH Chris LALJRIE GRIFFITH Lourie Friendship Y-Teens 3, 4, President 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, G.L.C. 4, Girls' Soccer 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 3, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 3, Ski Club 3, 4. NANCY GRILLO Noncy G.A.A. 2, Moiorette Club 2, Ski Club 2. MICHAEL GLENN GRIMES Mike E-Room Activities 3, 4, J.V. Footboll 2, Boys' Gym Leoders 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Wrestling Club 3. JANICE GRIMM Jdn Euclidicin Editoricil Stott 4, Euclidion Troining Club 3, Folk Club 3, I.O.S. 4, Youth Council on Humon Relotions 4. WENDY PATRICE GRODT Wendy CHARLES P. GRONOWSKI Chuck KATHLEEN ANN GROSSMAN Kothy C.O.E. 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2. GERALD LEE GROUDLE JR. Gerry Boys' Gym Leoders 4. GERALYN ADELL GRUBAC Gercilyn Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, 4, Mixed Choir 3, Ski Club 3. LINDA ANN GUDOWICZ Lindo Troinster Student 2, Folk Club 2, 3, 4, Prom4Committee 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4. PAULA GULICK Poulo Big Show 2, Chorol Monsters 3, 4, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.T.A. 4, Mixed Choir 2, Prom Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Stoge Croft Club 2, Swim Club 2, Woi Nopolo 2. RAMONA MARY HACE Rcimoncz Student Supply Store 3, 4. BRIAN HACKER Brion Key Club 4, Science Seminor 2. JESSE HAMILTON Rock Chorol Mosters 3, Mixed Choir 2, Vorsity Chorole 4, Homecoming Committee 3, 4. BARBARA ANN HAMMAR Borb EMILY KAY HANAK Em Chorol Mosters 4, G.A.A. 2, Mixed Choir 3. RICHARD CARL HANKO Rich SANDRA HANLON Scmndi Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 3, Spirits 3, 4. DARREL 'HANNA Elios EILEEN MAY HANNA Eileen A.F.S. 3, Chorol Mosters 3, 4, E-Room Activities 3, Eucuyo 4, Euclidion Troining Club 2, Folk Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, I.O.S. 4, Junior Cobinet 3, Moiorette Club 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Science Semincir 4, Spirits 3, Student Council Representotive 2, Executive Booird 3, 4, Survey Editoriol Stott 4, Survey Troining Club 3, Woi Nopolo 3, 4, Historion 4, I-Iumonities Eost 3, 4. DAVID LEE HANSBROUGH Dcxvid BERNARD HARCHAR Berndrd JUDY HARDING Hey Jude D.E.C.A. NANCY BETH HARPER Ncincy Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Spirits 4. LINDA HARPS Lindo E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Senior Scondol 4. ROBERT HARRIS Bob CLARA P. HARTSTEIN Clctrci Tronster Student 3, Movie Club 4, Ski Club 4, Survey Business Stott 4. BYRON HASEGAVVA Fuii Boys' Gym Leoders 4, J.V. Wrestling 2, Hockey Club 4. CAROL HASSEL Corol Prom Committee 3. MARSHALL I-IATCHER Morsholl A.F.S. 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Student Council Representotive 2, 3, 4. DONNA MARIE HAUGH Donno M.C.C. 2, 3, 4. 245 MARC WILLIAM HAVERLOCK Mclrc Bosketboll 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Mixed Choir 2, Lettermon 3. DEBORAH JOY HENDERSHOT Gcibe Big Show 2, 3, Chorol Mosters 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Junior Cobinet 3, Prom Committee 3, Ski Club 2, Senior Ccibinet 4, Spectrum 2, Stoge Croft Club 3, Student Council Representcitive 2, 3, 4, Executive Boord 4, M.C.C. 3, 4, Senior Scondol 4. DALE HENDY Dole DEBORAH HEPP Debbie Eucuyo 2, Prom Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Spectrum 2. ALAN GEORGE HERAK Bcildy Junior Red Cross 2. WILLIAM HERRICK Bill DENISE HERRIS Denise Ski Club 3, 4, Student Supply Store 4. MICHAEL MARTIN HIEBER Mike Junior Red Cross 2, Footbcill 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Lettermon 4, Student Council Executive Boord 3, 4, Trock 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. MIKE K. HIGAKI Higoks Junior Red Cross 2, Junior Cobinet 3, Key Club 3, 4, Executive Boord 4, N.F.I.. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Prom Committee 3, Student Council Represent- otive 2, 4, Soccer 3. KAREN LEE HILBISH Koren Friendship Y-Teens 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Woi Nopolo 2, 3. BETTY HILL Betty Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Moiorette Club 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Spectrum 2, Spirits 3. ROBBIE HILL Robbie ROBERT CHARLES HILL Bob Foremon's Club 3. DONALD FIIDOE I-IIRIJO Don A.F.S. 2, 3, Comero Club 3, Junior Red Cross 2, M.C.C. 4, N.F.L. 4, Politicol Attoirs Club 3, 4, World Attoirs Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Speciol Advisor 4, Vcirsity Debote 4. JEANNE ELLEN HITCHOX Kio A.F.S. 3. ROGER EMERSON HIVELY Roger Junior Red Cross 2, Footboll 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leoders 4, Letterrnen's Club 3, 4, Lettermon 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Trock 2, World Attoirs Club 2, Wrestling 3, J.V. Wrestling 2. ANTON JOHN HLABSE Lcisbein Chorol Mosters 4, Cross Country 2, Footboll 3, 4, Key Club 4, Pit Bond 2, Ski Club 2, Spirits 3, Track 2, J.V. Wrestling 2. JAMES M. HLABSE Halaps J.V. Swim Team 2. JANICE HOCEVAR Jan Cadet Band 2, 3, Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Historian 4, l.O.S. 4, Marching Band 2, 3. CRAIG HODAKIEVIC Hodak Powder Putt Football Cheerleader 4, Choral Masters 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Captain 4, J.V. Football 2, F.T.A. 4, Mixed Choir 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Committee Chairman 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Panther ot the Month 4, Student Council Representative 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track Club 2,3,4,N!XSS.3,4 WILLIAM JACK HODGES Corky Cross Country 2, Letterman 2, Track 2, 4. PATRICIA HOGE PGOCIIGS ROSEMARY HOHS ROSS LENORE HOLLAND Lenore Girls' Glee Club 2. JOAN HOLLOMAN Joan MARY HOLLOWAY Mary KAREN SUE HOLLYFIELD Karen Friendship Y-Teens 2, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Maiorette Club 2, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Wai Napolo 3. RICHELLE HOOVER Ricky Transfer Student 4. JOHN PAUL HORNA J.P, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, Marching Band 2, Dress Code Committee 4. EUGENE JOSEPH HORVAT Eugene Soccer 2, 3, 4. BONITA LOUISE HOUGH Bonnie Bowling 3, E-Room Activities 4, Prom Committee 4, Usher 2. FRANK HOUSER Hows Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. FRANK M. HOYKAR Frank J.V. Basketball 2, Ski Club 4, M.C.C. 4. DALE ROBERT HOYNACKI Hoin Transfer Student 3, Choral Masters 4, F.T.A. 4, Mixed Choir 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Spirits 4. SHERRY ELLEN HRABAK Sherry Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2. MARILYN MARGARET HRIBAR Merlin G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, l.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 4, Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Assistant Manager 4, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, Humanities East 4. KENNETH HROVAT Ken EDWARD P. HUBISH Ed DEBORAH LYNN HUDAK Hude Choral Masters 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, President 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Spirits 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Usher 3. EDWARD HUSA Ed DANNY HUSTON Dan FRANK HUTCHINSON Frank RANDY GORDON HYDE Randy PAUL IMM Paul Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Survey Business Stott 3, 4. RAYMOND IVANCIC Ray E-Room Activities 4, Key Club 4, Spirits 4, Swim Leader 4, Student Supply Store 4, Swim Club 3, 4, J.V. Swim Team 2, 3. JANICE IVANSEK Jan Friendship Y-Teens 2, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, Student Council Repre- sentative 2, 3, Survey Business Statt 3, Winter Festival Committee 2, 3. WILLIAM JAKUBS Bill Soccer 2, 3. LEE JALOVEC Lee Golf Club 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Science Seminar 3. PATRICIA DARLENE JAMNIK Pat MIKE JANATOVICH Mike MARY ANN JANKOVICH Mary E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3. MARJORIE JUNE JAROS Marjorie DEBRA JOAN JAVVORSKI Debra Transfer Student 2. RONALD JEDLICKA Jed Ski Club 4, Soccer 2. GABRIELLE JEROME Gay Choral Masters 4, Powder Putt Football 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4: 246 Student Council Representative 4, Swim Show 4, Wai Napolo 3, 4. LYNNE MARIE JERSAN Lynne Girls' Basketball 3, Bowling 2, Euclidian Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Manager 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, l.O.S. 3, 4, Majorette Club 3, Spirits 3, 4, Girls' Tennis 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 2, 3. DEE W. JIMISON Dee GRACE ELAINE JOHNSON Grace G.A.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, Mixed Choir 3. DAVID NILES JOKELA Joke GARY EARLE JONES Gary Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. CARL A. JONKE Football 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4. chubby SALLY ANNE JOST Sally Girls' Glee Club 2. MICHAEL JURATOVAC Mike Boys' Gym Leaders 2, Spirits 2. JANICE ANN JURCAK Jan Clinic Secretary 3, 4, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Humanities East 4, N.H.S. 4. JAMES LOUIS KALAMASZ Jirn Cross Country 3, 4, Boys' Swim Leaders 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Science Seminar 3, 4, J.V. Swim Team 2, Track 2, 3, 4. JAMES PATRICK KANE JR. Jim Camera Club 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, J.V. Swim Team 2, Track 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN KANE Kathy FRANK KAPLER Frank GAIL MARIE KAPUSI Gail Maiorettes 3, 4, Captain 4, Maiorette Club 2, Maiorette Substitute 3, N.H.S. 4. KENNETH CHARLES KASE Ken Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, J.V. Swim Team 2, 3. EDWARD KASTLIC Ed Transfer Student 3. PATRICIA JEAN KASTON Pat Big Show 3, 4, Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Folk Club 2, 3, Powder Putt Football 4, G.A.A. 2, Majorette Club 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Band Sergeant 4, N.F.L. 2, 3, Orchestra 4, Pep Band 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representa- tive 3, 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Wai Napolo 4. AUGUST FRANK KEHN Augie A.F.S. 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, l.O.S. 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4. RICHARD Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Track 2. WARREN KEHRES Rick JEFFREY A. KELLEY Leroy Cross Country 2, Track 4. THOMAS KELLEY Tom JOHN KENNEY John JEAN KERMAVNER Juan FRANK EDWARD KERZE Frank Hockey Club 4. KATHLEEN KESZENHEIMER Kathy Fall Play 4, Folk Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2. DAVID B. KETCHUM Dave Hockey Club 4, Letterman 4, Soccer 4. KATHLEEN M. KEVER Kathy Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Spirits 3, 4. TIMOTHY J. KILKENNEY Tim Foreman's Club 4. LORRAINE JOYCE KIMES Lani Transfer Student4, Library Page 4. DAVID G. KIRK Dave KAREN KIRO Karen Chevron Society 2, Choral Masters 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 3, Maiorette Club 2, Ski Club 2, Spectrum 2, Student Council Representative 2, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2, 3, 4. LUCINDA KISTLER Lucinda RICHARD PAUL KITKO Rick J.V. Football 2, F.B.L.A. 3, Golf Club. 2, 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 4, J.V. Wrestling 3. TIMOTHY JAMES KITSOS Tim Key Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Student Council Representative 4, Executive Board 4, Winter Festival Committee 4. DARLENE KLAUGA Darlene BEVERLY KLEBER Beverly LINDA CHRISTINE KLEIN Linda Eucuyo 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Spectrum 3. WILLIAM MATHEW KNOCH Bill ROBERT GEORGE KNOWLES Bob Choral Masters 4, Mixed Choir 3, P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 4, J.V. Swim Team 3. SUE JANE KNOX Sue Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Photogra' phy Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.T.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, l.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Spirits 4. LINDA KOBAL Linda Choral Masters 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 2, Prom Committee 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Winter Festival Committee 3, 4. DALE KENNETH KOBERNA Dale JAMES KOCH Jim JOYCE KOCH Joyce JACQUELINE KODRA Jackie A.F.S. 2, C.O.E. 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.B.L.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 3, Usher 2. FREDERICK KOEPP Fred JANET RUTH KOETH Jan F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 3. THOMAS LOUIS KOGER Tom Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, N.F.L. 4, N.H.S. 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Senior Scandal 4, Head Editor 4. ELLA MARIE KOLAR Ella Cadet Band 2, Folk Club 2, 3, 4, Movie Club 2. DAVID KOLENC Dave ELIZABETH KONKOL Elizabeth DIANE LYNN KORYNOSKI Diane LYNN KOSANOVICH Lynn GEORGE KOSMETOS George ROBERT M. KOSOVICH Bob Hockey Club 4. MARGARET KOSTANSEK Margie C.O.E. 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 3, N.H.S. 4. FREDERICK L. KOTH Fred GAIL KOVACH Gail E-Room Activities 4, Maiorette Club 3, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 3, 4. DEBORAH KOVACIC Debbie Euclidian Training Club 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.T.A. 4, M.C.C. 4, Ski Club 3, Spirits 3, Student Council Representa- tive 2. LYNDA KOVACIC Lynn G.A.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Spirits 3. 247 ROBERT J. KOZAN Kaz Ski Club 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3. GARY KOZICH Gary Boys' Gym Leaders 2, Ski Club 2. PATRICIA KOZLEVCAR Patty A.F.S. 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 4, Usher 3. JUDITH KOZLOWSKI Judy A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Eucuyo 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Copy Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, Folk Club 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, M.C.C. 2, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Humanities East 3, 4, I.O,S. 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Political Attairs Club 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Svvim Shovv 2, 3, 4, Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, World Affairs Club 2, Youth Council on Human Relations 3, Winter Festival Committee 3, 4. PATRICIA KRAKAUSKAS Pat Movie Club 3. DENNIS J. KRALL Denny F.B.L.A. 3, 4. BEVERLY ANNE KRAMAR Beverly Girls' Basketball 2, 3, Big Shovv 4, Fall Play 4, Euclid Theatre Guild 4, Girls' Soccer 3, 4, Girls' Field Hockey 3, N.F.L. 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spring Play 4, Student Council Representative 3, Survey Business Stott 3, 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4, Girls' Tennis 3, 4, Usher 2, RICHARD WILLIAM KRANE Rich Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. SCOTT CRAIG KREJCI Scott Choral Masters 4. GARY KUBIEZ Gary Choral Masters 3. ANNETTE JANE KUCHLING Annie Cadet Band 2, 3, Cheerleaders 3, E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Marching Band 2, 3, Pep Band 2, Spirits 4. RICHARD KUNIEL Rick Foremen's Club 4. GERALD B. KUROWSKI Gerald Baseball 2, E-Room Activities 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, Spirits 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN KURTOVICH Liz E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, President 2, F.B.L.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scandal 4, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. CAROL KWASNY Carol Transter Student 2, Ad Club 2, I.Q.S. 4, Survey Editorial Statt 4, Survey Training Club 3, Youth Power 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. MARGARET LA BARBERA Peggy I.O.S. 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Tri'Editor 4, Survey Training Club 2, Youth Power 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4. LORI LANE Lori Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, G.L.C. 3, 4, Prom Committee 4, Senior Scandal 4. JONI LAPINSKAS Joni F.B.L.A. 4, G.A.A. 3, 4. TIMOTHY ANDREW LARKIN Tim Baseball 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, E-Room Activities 4, Football 4, Mixed Choir 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, N.H.S. 4, Spirits 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH STEVEN LASZCZ Joe Letterman 4, Orchestra 2, Wrestling 4, J.V. Wrestling 3. NANCY LAuFER Nancy o.A.A. 2, ski Club 4, spirits 3, 4. cAi2oLE LAUKIAVICH coroie C.O.E. 4. ROBERT GREGORY LAWRENCE Greg Choral Masters 3, 4, E-Room Activities 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, Mixed Choir 2, Key Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Student Supply Store 2, Varsity Chorale 4. FRANCES ANN LAZAR Frances C.O.E. 4, G.A.A. 2, Mixed Choir 3, N.H.S. 4. MICHAEL LEACH Michael EDWARD WAYNE LEE Ed Foremen's Club 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Ski Club 4. ROBERT LEES Bob Key Club 2, Student Supply Store 2, 3, Track 3. MARY LEMMO Mary G.A.A. 2, Library Page 2, 3, 4, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4. SHIRLEY ANN LEONE Shirley Transfer Student 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Student Council Representative 3, Senior Scandal 4. DIANE MARY LESKIEWICZ Diane KAREN LESLER Karen Big Show 3, Cheerleaders 2, E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Prom Committee 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Scouts E,H.S. 3,4 TERRY LYNN LEVINE Terry Humanities East 3, 4, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2. JANET HELEN LEWIS Jan Cheerleaders 2, C.O.E. 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.B.L.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2. JOAN MARIE LEWIS Joan F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Student Council Represent- ative 2. SANDRA LEE LEWTON Sandy G.A.A. 3, Movie Club 3, Girls' Soccer 3. ALLAN LEYBECK Allan DEANNE LINDSEY Deanne MARY JO LIPOVEC Mary JO F.T.A. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Humanities East 4, l.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Survey Editorial Stott 3, 4, Tri-Editor 4, Survey Training Club 2, Swim Show 2, 3, 4, Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4. ALLYN C. LIPSTREUER Lip Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Letterman 4. KATHY S. LIUDAHL Kathy Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spectrum 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2. ALLAN LOUIS LOCZY AI GEORGE LOMBARDO George JOHN ANTHONY LONCHAR Lonch Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Mixed Choir 2, Key Club 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Spirits 4. KATHLEEN M. LONCHAR Kathy Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, J.V. Captain 2, Captain 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. BARBARA E. LOSEE Barb Big Show 3, 4, Bowling 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Euclid Theatre Guild 4, Chairman 4, Marching Band 2, 3, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Spring Play 3, 4, Usher 4. PATRICIA PINTA-LOWE Pat C.O.E. 4, Folk Club 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Ski Club 3. SCOTT THOMAS LUCCI Scott Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. SUSAN LUFFLER Sue N.H.S. 4, Swim Show 4, Wai Napolo 4. DOUGLAS LUKAT Doug DIANE JEAN LUPO Diane F.B.L.A. 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Movie Club 3, Ski Club 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4. GARY A. LUSTIC Gary Mixed Choir 2, Hockey Club 4. 248 NANCY LUTZ NancY Transfer Student 2, E-Room Activities 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Girls' Soccer 2, 3, Usher 2. ROBERT J. LUZAR Bob Baseball 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. RONALD LYMAN Ron J.V. Baseball 2, Big Show 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4. PATRICK A. LYNCH Pat Transfer Student 2, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, Spirits 4. ALFRED MACK AI CATHERINE MADDEN Cathy A.F.S. 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Junior Cabinet 3, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 3, Girls' Soccer 3, Spectrum 2, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 4. GEORGE WILLIAM MAGAS George KATHLEEN ANN MAHONEY Kathy F.T.A. 3. ANDREW P. NIALENDA Andy Big Show 2, E-Room Activities 2, Fall Play 2, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Movie Club 3, 4, Spring Play 2, J.V. Wrestling 3. ENIO SALVATORE MANCINI Enio DONALD JAMES MANNARINO Manny DAVID REEF MARCH Dave Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Cadet Band 2, 3, Camera Club 4, Concert Band 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Ski Club 4. JANET MARCUS Jan F.B.L.A. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Movie Club 2, 3. JOYCE MARHEFKA Joyce F.T.A. 3, 4, Pink Panthers 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4. SHARON LYNN MARIKIS Sharyn C.O.E. 4. SUSAN LYNN MARINCIC Susie C.O.E. 4. MICHAEL RAMIC MARINO Mike Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. VIRGINIA L. MARINO Ginny 2, 3, 4, SKI Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Soccer 4, Spirits 3, 4. MARLENE MARKO Marlene Choral Masters 3, 4, Secretary 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, N.H.S. 4, Pink Panthers 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4. GARY MARKUZ GUVY RICHARD P. 1viARKuz Rick J.V. Football 2. CONSTANCE MARTEN Connie A.F.S. 25 Friendship Y-Teens 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 35 N.H.S. 45 Prom Committee 45 Ski Club 2, 35 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representotive 35 Winter Festivcil Court 35 Voices of Art 2, 3, 4, Secretory 45 Winter Festivcil Committee 3. THOMAS MARTIN Tom SUSAN MARIE MARTUCCI Sue Student Council Representotive 2. MARIETTA MASSIELLO Moss A.F.S. 35 F.T.A. 25 N.H.S. 45 Student Secretory 3, 4. KATHLEEN MATYJASIK Kothleen RANDY PAUL MAY Rondy KEVIN MAYOCK' Kevin BARBARA JOYCE Mc AULEY Bdrb F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Mixed Choir 2. BRUCE ALAN Mc BRIAN Bruce 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 45 M.C.C. 3, 4. PAUL Mc CAULEY Paul Hockey Club 45 Lettermon 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Soccer Teom 2, 3, 4. AMY LOUISE Mc CLELLAND Amy Tronsfer Student 35 Izucuyo 45 F.T.A. 4: l.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 45 Pink Ponthers 45 World Attoirs Club 4. THERESE ROSE Mc CREIGHT Terri Girls' Field Hockey 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 3. JOYCE Mc CRYSTAL Joyce Friendship Y-Teens 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Mciiorette Club 35 Ski Club 4z Spirits 41 Student Council Representotive 2. ALLEN JAMES Mc EWEN Allen RONNIE L. Mc GILL Ron Spirits 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM Mc GREEHAN Grott Boseboll 25 E-Room Activities 45 Footboll 3, 45 J.V. Footboll 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Lettermon 45 Prom Committee 35 Spirits 4. GEORGE Mc INTYRE George TIMOTHY Mc KAY Tim Spirits 2, 3, 4. JOANIE MARIE Mc KEE Joonie NORMAN Mc LEOD Stormin Boseboll 3, 45 Big Show 25 Chorol Mosters 3, Fooiboii 3, 45 J.v. Footboll 25 Mixed Choir 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 I.etTeVmOl'1 3, 45 Trcick 25 Vczrsity Chorcile 4. MICHELLE Mc MULLEN Mickey RICHARD MEDEN Rich MICHAEL JOSEPH MEHLING Mike J.V. Footbcill 25 Trock 2. KATHLEEN MEIGHAN Kothy Chorol Mosters 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Woi Nopolo 3, 4. DEBORAH MEINKE Debby C.O.E. 4. JOHN HOWARD MELARAGNO Mel DALE MENART Dole RICHARD ANTHONY MENDOZA Rich Tronster Student 4. WENDY LOUISE MIHOCIK Wendy Chorol Mosters 45 Friendship Y-Teens 25 I:.B.L.A. 45 G.A.A. 25 Girls' GIGS Club 25 Mixed Choir 35 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 35 Spirits 3, 4. JOYCE ANN MIKLAVIC Mohoo Euclidion Business Stott 25 Folk Club 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Spirits 2, 35 Student Council Representcitive 2. GERARD THOMAS MIKUS Jerry RONALD JOHN MILAVEC Ron Footbcill 45 Spirits 2, 3, 4. VICKI ANNE MILDNER Vicki ALAN J. MILLER Alon DEBORAH MILLER Mill A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Euclidion Editoriol Stott 45 Euclidion Trciining Club 35 Friendship Y-Teens 25 F.T.A. 35 l.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 3, 4, Treosurer 45 Spirits 35 Youth Council on Humon Relotions 4. DONALD ELTON MINOR Don D.E.C.A. 4. CHRISTINE MISTRETTA Chris G.A.A. 25 Mcijorettes 45 Mojorette Club 35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Sccindcil 45 Senior Cobinet 45 Spirits 35 Student Council Representotive 35 Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 3. SCOTT WESTON MITCHELL Mitch Tronster Student 3. DUSAN A. MLAKAR Duke Soccer 2, 3. LESTER MLAKAR Les MATJAZ MLAKAR Mot KATHRYN ANN MOATS Mootsie Girls' Glee Club 25 Spring Ploy 3, 4. JAMES JAY MOCILNIKAR Jcimie F.T.A. 45 Key Club 25 Lettermon 3, 45 N.H.S. 45, Science Seminor 35 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Spirits 4. GLYNN Mooic Glynn I-IOWARD JAMES Mooiixi Howie Trcinsfer Student 25 Bosebcill Monoger 2, 3, 45 lntromurol Bosketboll 3, 45 249 Lettermon 3, Ski Club 3, 4. JOHN E. MO AGHAN John JOSEPH MOOIXIEK Joe JOAN MARIE MORRIS Joni Big Show 35 E-Room Activities 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Spirits 3, 45 Tcilent Scouts E.H.S. 3,4 PAM MORRISON Porn Trcinster Student 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Student Secretory. PENELOPE JANE MORSE Penny Ad Club 35 M.C.C. 2, 35 Mixed Choir 35 Prom Committee 45 Student Council Representotive 2, 3, 45 Wcii Nopolo 3, 45 Winter Festivctl Committee 4. STEVEN MRAMOR Steve VICKI SUSAN MRAMOR Vicki M.C.C.2,3. MICHELLE MUELLER Mickie A.F.S. 45 Big Shovv 45 Chorol Mcisters 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mciiorette Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Spring Plciy 3, 45 Student Council Representcitive 3, 4, Executive Bocird 45 Senior Scondol 4. MICHAEL J. MUKAVETZ Muk Key Club 25 Lettermen's Club 35 Lettermon 3, 45 Soccer 2, 3, 4. BRUCE LAMONT MUNSON Scun Boys' Gym Leoders 35 Trcick 2, 3, 4. DAVID MURPHY Dove Lettermon 45 Ski Club 35 Svvirn Teoni 3, 45 J.V. Swim Teom 2. LAURA M. MURRAY Lciurct Friendship Y-Teens 35 N.H.S. 45 Pink Ponthers 3, 45 Student Supply Store 3, 4, Monciger 4. JoHN NAGLE Jock MARY NAGY Mary GHALIA NAKSHBENDI Ghetto A.F.S. 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Politiccil Aftoirs Club 2, 4. VVILLIAM LLOYD NAUMANN Bill PATRICIA NELSON Potty Tronsfer Student 4. DIANE L. NEMETH Di Big Shovv 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 45 Vorsity Chorole 3, 4. JuoY NEUMAN Judy Concert Bond 2, 3, 45 Friendship Yfieens 45 Morching Bond 2, 35 Ski Club 2. EVELYN ANNE NIELSEN Evie A.F.S. 25 Euclidion Editoricil Stdft 3, 42 Euclidion Troining Club 35 Mixed Choir 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Ski Club 25 Spirits 3, 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S 3 ROBIN NIMELLI Bonny Language Lab Assistant 3, Humanities East 4, M.C.C. 2, 3, Vice-President 4. ELLEN NOCK Candi DALE MICHAEL NOSSE Dale SANDRA LEE NURMI Sandi Cheerleaders 2, 3, Choral Masters 4, E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, N.F.L. 3, Prom Committee 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4. BERNADINE O'CONNELL Bernie Friendship Y-Teens 2, F.B.L.A. 2, Maior- ettes 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, 4, Maiorette Substitute 3. MICHAEL JAMES O'DONNELL Mike ROY O'DONNELL Roy JOHN OFCIARCIK John Big Show 2, Eucuyo 4, N.H.S. 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Humanities East 3, 4. FRANK ERNEST OGOREUC Frank A.F.S. 3, P.A. Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLES E. OHL Napoleon Cross Country 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, Letterman 2, 3, Track 2, 3. JACQUELINE LEE OKER Jacquie Movie Club 2. ROBERT HOWARD OLDS Bob Baseball 2, 3, E-Room Activities 4, Football 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, Letterman 4, Spirits 4, J.V. Swimming 2, Senior Scandal 4. DONNA LEE OLINCHIC Donna KEVIN OLIVERI Kevin Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Pep Band 2. EVELYN OLIVERIO Evie Choral Masters 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, I.O.S. 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2. PAUL JOHN OLSZEWSKI Paul Bicycle Club 4, Fishing Club 4. AVID ONIONS Dave D Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Eucuyo 4, Key Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4: N.l'I.5- 3, 42 Pit Band 3. DEBoRAH LEE OPALK Opie Ad Club 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, l.O.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Usher 3, Girls' Soccer 3, 4. JACQUELINE MARIE ORSIE Jacque Transfer Student 3, Euclidian Training Club 3, Maiorette Club 3. GARY WILLIAM ORTMAN Gary Football 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Letterman 4, Spirits 4, Track 2. 3. 4. THOMAS ORTMAN Nort Transfer Student 3, C.O.E. 4, Student Supply Store 3. WILLIAM EDWARD OSTRANDER O Concert Band 2, 3, J.V. Football 2, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, Letterman 2, 3, Marching Band 2, Swim Club 2, 3. ROBERT CHARLES OVERSTREET Street Transfer Student 3, Choral Masters 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 4. PAUL FREDRIC OYASKI Ski A.F.S. 3, Soccer 4, Letterman 4, N.H.S. 4. HOWARD PACKER Green Bay Tennis 4. STAR GLEE PAINTER Star Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Drama Workshop 3. KENNETH PAJK Ken Transfer Student 3, Camera Club 3, Folk Club 2, Key Club 3, Wrestling 3, Wrestling Club 4, Bicycle Club 2. DEBORAH PALGUTA Debbie G.A.A. 2, Majorettes 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, 4, 2, Spirits 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2. MARK PALMER Mark Baseball 2, Cadet Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, C.O.E. 4, Golf Club 4, Key Club 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, Pep Band 2, Spirits 2, 3. RICHARD J. PALMER Rick PATRICIA A. PALUMBO Patty Transfer Student 2, D.E,C,A, 4, Mixed Choir 4. DEBORAH PAPAY Debbie Transfer Student 4, C.O.E. 4, President 4, Prom Committee 4. IRENE MARY PARKS Bes Transfer Student 3. MICHAEL PATRICK PARRY Mike Soccer 2, D.E.C,A. 4. SANDRA JANE PARSONS Sandy G.A.A. 3, 4, Girls' Soccer 3, 4. DAVID PARULIS Dave DEAN JOHN PASQUALE Dino Baseball 2, Choral Masters 3, 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Mixed Choir 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letter- man 4, Panther of the Month 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. 250 PATRICIA ANN PAULIN Pat G.A.A. 2, G.L.C. 3, 4, Maiorettes 3, 4, Captain 4, Maiorette Club 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Ski Club 2, Spirits 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3. CRAIG PAVLIK Craig Big Show 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Movie Club 2, 3, Spring Club 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4, Euclid Theatre Guild 4, Swim Show 3, 4. JOHN PAWLAK John Camera Club 4. KATHY PAYNE Kathy SHARON PAZ Spaz E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 3, Ski Club 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. JANET PEKLAY ,Ian CHRISTINE PENHARTH Pen Eucuyo 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, l.O.S. 4, Maiorette Club 3, Prom Committee 4, Voices of Art 2, 3, 4, Girls' Tennis 3, 4. PAUL THOMAS PENNZA Paul N.H.S. 4, Wrestling 4, J.V. Wrestling 2, 3. PATRICIA DENISE PERCHAN Perch C.O.E. 4, President 4, Movie Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2. RICHARD WAYNE PEREKSTA Rich Concert Band 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4. LENORE PEROVSHEK Lenore Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, E-Room Activities 4, Homecoming Court 4, Lettermen's Club 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski Club 2,Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Wai Napolo 3, 4. JACOUELINE A. PERPAR Jackie Maiorette Club 2, Prom Committee 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3. MICHAEL WILLIAM PERRY Bill Boys' Gym Leaders 4. ROGER W. PERRY Rag Fall Play 2, Football 3, J.V. Football 2, Golf Club 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Spirits 2, 3, 4. SANDRA J. PESTOTNIK Sandi Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2. ROBERT PETEK Bob Football 3, 4. JEFFREY PETERNEL Jeff Foremen's Club 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, J.V. Tennis 2. CAROLYN PETERS Coirol LEE PETERS Lee Mixed Choir 25 Science Seminor 2, 3, 45 Rodio Club 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY PETERSON Jett RANDY ARTHUR PETERSON Pete CAROL ANN PETRO Ccirol F.B.L.A. 4. CAROL PHILLIPPE Ccirol HOUGH RICHARD PHILLIPS Rick MARSHA ARLEEN PHILLIPS Mdrshoi E-Room Activities 45 Friendship Y-Teens 25 F.T.A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 Junior Coibinet 35 N.H.S. 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Sccindol 45 Survey Editoriol Stott 45 Survey Trciining Club 35 Senior Cobinet 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Represento- tive 2. DON ANDRE PICCIANO Don Boys' Gym Lecider 1I,TI'C1CI4 4. SUSAN PATRICIA PICCIANO Sue E-Room Activities 45 Euclidicin Trciining Club 25 Folk Club 25 F.T.A. 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 G.L.C. 3, 4, Treosurer 45 Lettermen's Club 45 N.H.S. 45 Ponther 45 Student Council Representotive 35 Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 3. LYNN PIORKOWSKI Lynn Tronster Student 3. MARIA PIROVOLOS Morlo Foll Ploy 45 Friendship Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2. DIANNE PISANO Dionne G.A.A. 2, 35 Spirits 4. THERESA PLAGA Terry Friendship Y-Teens 2. LINDA PLAVCAN Lin E-Room Activities 35 Euclidion Business Stott 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 35 G.L.C. 3, 4, Vice-President 45 N.H.S. 45 Spirits 3, 4. MICHAEL GEORGE PODNAR Pods E-Room Activities 45 J.V. Footboll 25 Footbdll 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leoiders 25 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Boord 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Lettermon 45 Spirits 45 Student Council Representotive 2, 35 Trock 2, 4. THOMAS PODNAR Tom ROBERT 'WILLIAM POLLACK Bob Humdnities Eost 45 N.H.S. 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Boys' Swim Leoder 3, 45 Soccer 3. RICHARD POTTS Rich J.V. Footboll 25 Footboll 3, 45 Boys' Gym Leoders 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club- 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 45 N.H.S. 45 Boys' Swim Lecider 3, 45 Swim Show 3, 45 Swim Teom 2, 3, 4, Cfwptoin 4. MARLENE POWALIE Morlene D.E.C.A. 4. KRISTINE POWERS Kris D.E.C.A. 4. ANTHONY PRASKAVICH Tony Bosebczll 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Lettermon 3, 4. JESSIE PRESTON Jess Tronster Student 45 Mixed Choir 4. JOHN PRICE John ROGER PRINCIPE Prince Biology Lob Assistcint 2, 35 Cinemo Club 45 Euclidion Troining Club 35 I.O.S. 45 L,M.C.C. 3, 4, President 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Survey Business Stc1tf4. RICHARD PRIORESCHI Rich MARILYN PUZ Mousey F.B.L.A.4. RENEE PUZ Renee DONNA JEAN PYLE Donnci RICK RACICH Rick Big Show 2, 3, 45 Chorol Mosters 3, 45 Mixed Choir 25 Soccer 2, 35 Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 4. GARY ALLEN RADATZ Rodish CONSTANCE SUE' RADER Connie Tronster Student 4. JANE MARIE RAGGETS Jone Friendship Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 45 Pink Ponthers 3, 4. SUSAN RAGGETS SUS Eucuyo 4, Poetry Editor 45 Folk Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 I.Q.S. 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 Survey Editoriol Stott 4, Art Editor 45 Survey Troining Club 3. CAROL ANN RAINOVICH Corol Friendship Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 35 3, 45 3, 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representotive 35 Survey Editoriol Stott 3, 45 Survey Troining Club 2. MARIE LYNN RAPKIN MOVIE' F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Vice-President 45 G.A.A. 45 Student Council Representotive 35 Senior Scondol 45 Student Supply Store 3, 45 Voices ot Art 3. DEBORAH JANE RASH Debbie Euclidion Business Stott 2, 3, 4, Co-Monoger 45 Euclidion Troining Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 25 Girls' Field Hockey 25 l.O.S. 3, 45 M.C.C. 3. AUDREY ELLEN RAST Audrey Juoitn ANN RATLIEE Judy F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 N.H.S. 45 Pink Ponthers 4. 1viAui2EEN MARIE RAY Maureen F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Recorder 45 N.F.L. 45 Senior Scondcil 45 Assistont Editor 45 Youth Power 2, 3, 4, Secretory 2, President 3, 4. 251 THOMAS I 'MOND Tom LYNN MARIE FED Lynn Tronsfer Student - C.O.E. 4. NANCY JEAN REED Nonc Chorol Mcisters 45 E-Room Activities 45 Euclidion Troining Club 25 Friendship Y-Teens 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 35 Junior Cobinet 35 N.F.L. 3, 45 N.H.S. 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Senior Ccibiriet 45 Senior Scondol 45 Spirits 3, 45 Student Council Representotive 2, 35 Swim Club 2, 3, 45 Woi Nopolo 2, 3, 4. DENISE ELAINE REES Deni Chorcil Mosters 3, 45 F.T.A. 25 G.A.A. 25 Girls' Glee Club 2. DEBORAH ANN REESE Debbie F.B.L.A. 45 Moiorette Club 2. RICHARD REESE Rich DENISE REICHMAN Denise PAMELA JEAN REILLY Pom C.O.E. 45 Friendship Y-Teens 25 G.A.A. 2. KARL REINBOLT Korl DANIEL REINGARDT Don CHARLENE ANNE REYA Chuckie Codet Bond 2, 35 Concert Bond 45 Friendship Y-Teens 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Morching Bond 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 25 Girls' Soccer 3. FRANCES ANN REYMANDER Fron Folk Club 3. LINDA RICH Kid Homecoming Committee 35 Euclidion Troining Club 25 Student Council Represen- totive 35 Winter Festivol Committee 3. PAMELA RICHARDS Pom CHRISTINE RICHARDSON Poochie Chorol Mosters 45 Friendship Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 4, Secretory 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 35 Moiorette Club 25 Tolent Scouts E.H.S. 4. DENIS WILLIAM RIGGS Denis Cross Country 3, 4, Coptoin 45 Key Club 2, 35 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Lettermon 2, 3, 45 N.H.S. 45 Soccer 25 Trock 2, 3, 45 N.A.S.S. 3, 4. DENISE MARCELLA RIGGS Denise A.F.S. 2, 3, 45 Junior Achievement 25 N.H.S. 4. RITA RILEY RITO C.O.E. 45 Junior Achievemen 2, 3, 4. SCOTT ROACH Scott BYRON DENNIS ROBBINS Butch PRESCOTT AMBOSE ROBBINS Psych RICHARD ROBINSON Rick Transfer Student 3, E-Room Activities 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4. KATHLEEN ROEDER Kathy Drama Workshop 3. THOMAS ROEMER Reemer Big Show 4, Cadet Band 2, Ski Club 4, Winter Play 4. LESLIE DENISE ROHR Les Maiorettes 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Spirits 3, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. REBECCA ANN ROHRER Becky G.A.A. 2, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2, Wai Napolo 3, 4, Secretary 4, Winter Festival Court 4, JOSEPH ROMAN Joe PETER ROMANO Pete DOUGLAS ROMOSER Ro Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Cliib 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, J.V. Tennis 2, Track 2, 3, 4. MARYBETH ROONEY Marybeth LYNN MARIE ROSA Lynn F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. FORREST ROSS Forrest MARK ROTAR Mark Big Show 3, 4, Choral Masters 3, J.V. Football 2, Mixed Choir 2, Humanities East 3, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, N.F.L. 4, Prom Committee 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Senior Scandal 4, Spirits 4, Soccer 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 4. BRUCE RUARK Bruce CHARLENE MARIE RUDIAK Char G.A.A. 2, Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, 3,4. GWENDA LYNNE RUPERT Gwenn Choral Masters 3, Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, Folk Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Senior Scandal 4, Student Council Executive Board 3, 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Winter Festival Court 4, Varsity Chorale 4. KATHLEEN JOYCE RUSNAK Kathy N.F.L. 3, 4. WAYNE RUSSELL Peaches Cadet Band 3. DOUGLAS RUTTI Doug E-Room Activities 4, Football 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 4. SUZANNE IRENE SABO Sue F.T.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Student Council Executive Board 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Winter Festival Commit- tee 2, 3, 4. GARY SADAR Gary JOANN SADLER Joann DONNA JEAN SAJEWSKI Donna Cheerleaders 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Ski Club 3, Spirits 3, Student Council Alternate 2, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4, Winter Festival Court 4, Powder Puff Football 4. MICHAEL JEFFERY SALISBURY Sal's Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3. JOHN SAIVIUELE Jack Camera Club 3, 4, Choral Masters 4, Cross Country 4, Senior Scandal 4, Track 4, Survey Activities 4. JOSEPH RICHARD SANDERS Rick MICHELE SARRAINO Mich Maiorette Club 2. JANET SAS Jan F.B.L.A. 4. JEROME SAVCHUK Jerry Bowling 4, Choral Masters 3, Folk Club 4, Football 3, Golf Club 2, Ski Club 3, Spring Play 3, Student Council Represen- tative 3. KENNETH SAYWELL Ken Student Council Representative 3. LINDA SCACCO Linda SUSAN ELAINE SCHARFETTER Sue Choral Masters 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Ski Club 2, 3. JUNE ANN SCHERLACHER BB. G.A.A. 3, Ski Club 2, Girls' Soccer 3. DAVID ALLEN SCHERVISH Scherv Football 4, J.V. Football 2, Letterman 2, 4. JOY ALLYNE SCHEURMAN Joy Cadet Band 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, M.C.C. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Pep Band 2, Pit Band 4, Winter Festival Court 2, Girls' Soccer 3, 4. GARY SCHIMPF Gary Letterman 4, Tennis 4, J.V. Tennis 2, 3. KIRK SCHMIDT Kirk Bowling 2, Golf Club 2, Foremen's Club 3. MARILYN SCHNEIDER Mar G.A.A. 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN SCHOBER Pattie F.T.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 3, Spirits 4. KARIN SCHUFFERT Karin 252 Friendship Y-Teens 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, Girls' Volleyball 2, 3. RAYMOND SCHULTZ J.C. JAMES SCHULZ Dork Transfer Student 3, Swim Club 3, 4. GEORGE SCHWARZ George CATHY ANN SCHWENNER Cathy C.O.E. 4. VITO N. SCOTESE Vito DONALD SEDDON Dgn Choral Masters 3, Football 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4, J.V. Football 2, Mixed Choir 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Student Council Executive Board 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4, N.A.S.S. 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 4. TERESA ANN SEFCHIK Terri Transfer Student 3, Junior Red Cross 4. FRANK Frgnk Transfer Student 4. CYNTHIA SEGULIN Cindy F.B.L.A. 4. CARLA SEIFERT Cgrlg C.O.E. 4. LYNDA SEIPLE Lynn Transfer Student 4, Cadet Band 4, Concert Band 4, Marching Band 4, Prom Committee 4. MICHAEL SELWAY Mike Transfer Student 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 4, Science Seminar 3, Senior Cabinet 4, Student Council Representative 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4, World Affairs Club 3, Coin Club 3, 4, President 4, Spectrum 3, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Audio-Visual 4, Humanities East 4. MARLENE SEREDICH Marlene Ski Club 4. DEBORAH ANN SERKSNIS Deb C.O.E. 4, F.B.L.A. 3, N.H.S. 4. RICHARD JAMES SETINA Rick E-Room Activities 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2, Wrestling Club 4. MICHAEL G. SFURA Mike Swim Club 2. GARY LEE SHAFFER Apa Baseball 2, Football 3, 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4. SUSAN SHARTZ Sue E-Room Activities 3, 4, Ski Club 3. SANDRA JOAN SHENK Sandy Friendship Y-Teens 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, l.O.S. 3, 4, 4, 3, 4, Spll'llS 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Tri-Editor 4, Survey Training Club 2, Girls' Soccer 3. JAMES SHEPPARD Jim Letterman 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4. RITA SHERIDAN Rita CHRISTINE SHIRAN Chris KAREN SHRIVER Karen A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, I.O.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Survey Business Staff 3, 4, Assistant Manager 3, Manager 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, Survey Training Club 2, World Affairs Club 3, 4, President 4. JOHN MICHAEL SHUBER Shubs Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Football 4, Student Council Representative 2,3 PAUL R, SHUMAKER Paul ANDREW SHUSTERIC Andy Baseball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, Letterman 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3. RICHARD ROBERT SIEDLER Rick ANDREA SIMON Andy Cadet Band 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Marching Band 2. CHARLENE KAY SIMONS Char M.C.C. 3. PAMELA ANN SINKOVIC Pam C.O.E. 4, F.B.L.A. 3. DAVID SIVERT David JEFFERY SKAPIN Jeff MARIE SKEDEL Marie N.F.L. 2. THOMAS SKEROWSKE Tom DONNA SKOKAL Donna G.A.A. 2, Maiorette Club 2, Ski Club 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3. PATRICIA A. SKRJANC Patricia F.B.L.A. 4, Maiorette Club 3. THOMAS MICHAEL SKROUT Tom GAIL SLATTERY Gail SUSAN SLIVERS Sue CHARMAINE ANN SMITH Sis E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2. ROLAND LEE SMITH Ron WARREN CRAIG SMITH Warren ROBERT SMOLINSKI Smo Baseball 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, N.F.L. 4, Student Council Representative 4, DONNA SMRDEL Donna G.A.A. 2, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Short- hand Lab Assistant 3, 4. JOHN C. SNOW Schnae Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Spirits 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN ANN SNYDER Kathy M.C.C. 2, 3, 4. RANDOLPH ANAL SNYDER Randy Cadet Band 2, Camera Club 4, Chess Club 3, l.O.S. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4. LINETTE soBE Dog G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, M.C.C. 2, Student Council Representative 2. KIMBERLEY KAY SOMERS Kim A.F,S. 2, Camera Club 2, 3, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, F.T.A. 3, G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, LOS. 3, 4, Math Club 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Science Seminar 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Wai Napolo 4, Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, Girls' Basketball 2, Humanities East 4. DEBRA LEE SONNIE Sonnie E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Spirits 3, 4. DAVID P. SOUTAR Davey SUSAN JACOUELINE SPECK Sue SUSAN SPENCER Doo-Doo E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2. DONALD CARL SPIEGEL Spieg Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Key Club 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, N.H.S. 4, J.V. Wrestling 2, J.V. Soccer 4, Senior Scandal 4. JANET CAROL SPRINGER Janet Big Show 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 3, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Humanities East 4, N.F,L. 4, N.H.S. 4, Girls' Soccer 3, 4, Varsity Choral 3, 4. DONNA MARIE SPRINGOB Donna ELOISE ALLYN STALLINGS Ellie C.O.E. 4, Folk Club 2, Friendship Y-Teens 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, N.H.S. 4, Girls' Soccer 3. BEATRICE JEAN STAMBERGER Jeacn HENRY C, STANKEWICZ Hank Political Affairs Club 4, ELLEN STANLEY Haze PAMELA SUSAN STEARNS Pam Ad Club 3, 4, Euclidian Business Staff 4, Friendship Y-Teens 3, 4, Secretary 4, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, '253 LOS 4, N.H,S, 4, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Girls' Soccer 3. BETTY stEitxiEi2 gem D.E.C.A. 4, silt ciui-J 2. KAREN stEiviAc stem Friendship Y-Teens 2, Math Club 3, Ski Club 3, Spirits 2, 3. JAMES L. STISCAK Stis Cadet Band 2, 3, E,Room Activities 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, N.F.L. 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Winter Festival Committee 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, Homecoming Committee 3, 4. JAMES STOUFFER Jgmeg BRUCE ROBERT STOUT Bruce N.H.S. 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY STRANG Tim DENNIS STRAUB Dennis Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pre-sident'3, Secretary 3, President 4, Intramurals 4, Mixed Choir 2, N.H.S, 4. PHILIP JOSEPH STRAVARACE Phil M.C.C. 3, 4, Executive Board 4, DANIEL STRELL Dan JEFFREY STROBEL Jeff MARGARET R. STROK Peggy F.T,A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, NFL, J, N.H.S. 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2, World Affairs Club 4, Pink Panthers 3, 4, Vice-President 4. JUDITH STROSS Judi Eucuyo 4, Folk Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, l.O.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Survey Training Club 2, Voices of Art 3, Metal Sculpturing Club 3, Humanities East 3, 4. JUDITH L. SUSTARSIC Jucly G.A.A. 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Usher 3, Pink Panthers 4, JULIA SUTPHIN Julie GAYLE LOUISE SVETIN Gayle Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Homecoming Commit- tee 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Student Council Executive Board 4, Winter Festival Committee 4. LINDA MARIE SYLTE Lin Junior Red Cross 3, GLC. 4, N.H.S. 4. CHRISTINA E. SZABO Tina G.A.A. 2, 3, Maiorette Club 2, MICHAEL SZABO Mike JUDITH SZYMCZYK Judy Transfer Student 4, G.A.A. 4, Girls' Soccer 4. CATHARINE TABB Catl'tY Big Shovv 2, Choral Masters 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, M.C.C. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2: N.H.S. 3, 4, Youth Council on Human Relations 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Humanities East 4. GAIL M. TABB Ski F.B.L.A. 2, Prom Committee 3, Winter Festival Committee 3, Youth Council on Human Relations 4. SUSAN MARIE TADDIE Sue A.FiS. 3, Big Shovv 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Maiorette Club 2, N.F.L. 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, Pit Band 3, 4, Spirits 3, Stage Craft Club 3, Student Council Representative 2, 4, Survey Training Club 2, M.C.C. 3. KATHERINE V. TANCREDI Kathe Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Euclidian Business Statt 3, 4, Euclidian FRANCIS W. THOME Frank Foremen's Club 4. MARINA ANN THOMPSON Dee-Dee Mixed Choir 2, 3. MARLENE LOUISE THWEATT Marney Spectrum 2, Winter Festival Committee 4. IRENE GEORGIANNA TIBORSKY Irene Friendship Y-Teens 2, G.A.A. 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Senior Scandal 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3. LINDA MARIE TIDERMAN Linda G.A.A. 2, 3, Spectrum 3, Spirits 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3. HAROLD ALAN TIMLIN Al Key Club 2, 3, Science Seminar 2, 3, J.V. Tennis 2, 3. Training Club 2, G.A.A. 2, I.Q.S. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. GEOFFREY TANNER PATRICIA ANN TANNER C.O.E. 4, Treasurer 4- Secretary 3. i Geottrey Pat .L.A. 3, JANET ALLYN TARLTON Jan Transter Student 4. ROBERT TAYLOR Robert THOMAS TEARE Tom MICHELLE TEFFT Mickey Transfer Student 4. THOMAS ROBERT TEKAVIC Tek ROBERTA JEAN THEIL Berda A.F.S. 3, Baseball 2, E-Room Activities 4, J.V. Football 2, Foremen's Club 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Lettermen's Club 3, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Math Club 2, Prom Committee 3, Spirits 4, Student Supply Store 3, Track 2. MICHAEL J. P. TELICH Tel E-Room Activities 4, Boys' Gym Leaders 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Junior Cabinet 3, Vice-President 3, Key Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Chairman 3, 4, Science Seminar 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, President 4, Student Council Representative 3, Library Monitor 2, Winter Festival Committee 3, 4, Intra- murals 3, 4. E-Room Activities 4, G.A.A. 2, GLC. 3, 4, President 4, N.H.S. 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Senior Scandal 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 4. BARBARA THOMAS Barb Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Marching Band 2, 3, Ski Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 4. JOHN EDWARD TOMKO John Big Show 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3. KARL E. TORP Karl MICHAEL TOTH Mike Soccer 2, 3. JANIS STEWART TOTTEN Janie A.F.S. 2, 3, Wai Napolo 3, 4, Vice-President 4. JAY LANCE TOUBMAN Fish Transfer Student 2. CHARLOTTE TRAMPOSCH Lottie KAREN TRAMSAK Karen HELEN MARIE TRAUTMAN Buddie ROBERT TRAVARCA Bob JOHN TRAVEN John GILBERT L. TRENTEL Gilbert JOANNE ELIZABETH TRGO Jo F.B.L.A. 4. JANNINE MARIE TROTTO .ION ANTHONY MIKE TRUNKELY Tony FRANK Tuiak Frank JOHN ANTHONY TLJTOLO John Football 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4,Track 4. cHERYi UBER Cheryl DARREL UCHBAR Darrel MARY Jo uoovic MJ Fall Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Movie Club 4, Spring Play 4, Stage Cratt Club 3: Student Supply Store 2, Survey BusineSS Staff 4, Euclid Theatre Guild 4, M.C.C. 2, Voices ot Art 3, 4. PAULA ANN UGRINIC Paula Friendship Y-Teens 2, Student Council Representative 2, Ski Club 2. 254 JUDITH KATHRYN ULLSTROM Judy Folk Club 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Metal Sculpture Club 3, 4, Humanities East 3, 4. SUSAN URBAN Sue C.O.E. 4. LYNN ANGELA VALENTINO Lynn Friendship Y-Teens 3, Spirits 3, Student Council Representative 3. DOUGLAS H. VAN KORNGUT Doug Wrestling 2, 3. BONNIE LYNN VAN OOYEN Bonnie F.B.L.A. 4, President 4, G.A.A. 2, Spirits 4. JANICE VARGO Jan DEBRA MARY VILCHECK Debbie E-Room Activities 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2, Homecoming Committee 3, Maiorette Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scandal 4, Ski Club 2, Spirits 3, 47 Student Council Representative 3, Talent Scouts E.H,S. 4, Powder Putt Football 4. GEORGE VINCI George Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MARY VINCIL MarY Clqgrgl Mggters 4, Girls' GIGS Club 2, Mixed Choir 3. ROBERT L. VOASE JR. Bob Intramurals 4. BRUCE VOLL Bruce LORRAINE M. VOLLMAN Lori Mixed Choir 2, Ski Club 3, Student Council Representative 3. ANTHONY VOLPE TONY Cross Country 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN VOLPE Frank Track 2, 3, 4. JANET VOLPE JON Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3,.4, l.Q,S. 4, Spring Play Ai Stage Cratt Club 3, Survey Editorial Stott 4, Euclid Theatre Guild 4, Voices ot Art 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH J. VON GUNTEN Debbie G.A.A. 2, 3, Science Seminar 3, 4: Slsl Club 2, 3, Student Supply Store 3. STEVEN VOZEL Steven NANCY LEE VURANCH Nancy Folk Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Voices of Art 2, 3. DAVID A. WAGNER Dave Key Club 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Science Seminar 3, Tennis 4, Hockey Club 4. KAREN WAJAHN Karen Maiorettes 3, Maiorette Club 2, Wai Napolo 3. JOHN ROBERT WALSH John Survey Business Staff 4. ROBERT D. WARNER Bob J.V. Football 2, Key Club 4, Student Council Representative 3. DEBRA ANN WARREN Debbie Choral Masters 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Maiorette Club 2, 3, Spirits 4. GARY WASSIL Gary JANET SUE WAYNER Jan Folk Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Student Supply Store 2, 3, 4, Survey Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Circulation Manager 4. JOYCE BARBARA WAYNER Joyce Folk Club 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, I.Q.S. 3, 4, Student Supply Store 2, 3, 4, Survey Business Staff 3, 4. EDWARD ANTON WEBER Weeb JEANNE MARIE WEBER Ron Transfer Student 4. MARGARET WEHRLE Peggy A.F.S. 3, 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, l.Q.S. 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 3. CHRISTINE WEISS Chris Euclidian Training Club 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Committee Chairman 2, President 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, Maiorette Club 2, N.H.S. 4, Spirits 3, 4, Girls' Soccer 3, 4. LEROY WELLS Leroy ROBYN WEST Robyn BECKY WEYRICK Beck Retail Management 4. JOHN DAVID WHEELER Wheels Bowling 3, E-Room Activities 4, Home- coming Committee 3, I.Q,S. 4, Prom Committee 3, Spirits 2, Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3, Survey Training Club 2, World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4, Hockey Club 4. DEBBRA LEE WHITE Debbie DONALD RAY WHITE Whitey Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Spirits 3, 4. LINDA SUE WHITNEY Linda E-Room Activities 4, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Prom Committee 4, Spirits 3, 4, Friendship Y-Teens 2. GREGORY WIES Greg KRIS- ALAN WILL Kris Cadet Band 2, N.H.S. 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 2, 3, Science Seminar 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4. LINDA WILL Lynn E-Room Activities 2, Ski Club 4. CRAIG WILLARD Craig STEVEN WILLIAMSON Steve BONNIE JEAN WILSON Bonnie C.O.E. 4, DONNA KAY WILSON Donna G.A.A. 3, 4, Spirits 3, Voices of Art 3. ROBERT A. WILSON Wils Cadet Band 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 4, Pit Band 4, Swim Club 2, J.V. Swim Team 2, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4. KENNETH JOHN WINCHESTER Ken F.T,A. 4, Key Club 4, M.C.C. 3. SCOTT WINKLEMAN Scott BEVERLY ANNE WINNER Bev C.O.E. 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Secretary 4, District Recorder 4, Mixed Choir 2, Prom Committee 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Friendship Y-Teens 2. JAMES WINSOR Wins Chess Club 2, l,Q.S. 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Student Council Representative 3, Survey Editorial Staff 4, Survey Training Club 3, Hockey Club 4. MARILYN J. WINTERS Mar Ad Club 2, 3, 4, A.F.S. 2, 3, 4, Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Senior Editor 4, Euclidian Training Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, G.L.C. 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 2, I.Q.S. 3, 4, Junior Cabinet 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Secretary 4, Prom Committee 3, Chairman 3, Spirits 2, 3, Student Council Representative 2, Alternate 3. WENDY LU WISKES Wendy G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, G.L.C. 3, 4, M.C.C. 4, N.H.S. 4, Girls' Baseball 2, 3, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4. GAYLE WOECKNER Gayle Transfer Student 2, A.F.S. 3, F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 2, Ski Club 4. RANDY JON WOHLGEMUTH Woggs Baseball 2, 3, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Fall Play 2, Football 3, J.V. Football 2, Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4. CHARLES WRIGHT Charles CHRISTINE YANCHAR Chris Student Council Representative 2, 3, Usher 2. ANDREA MARIE YANO Andi Student Secretary 4. DIANE YECKLEY Diane Transfer Student 4. 255 DENNIS MICHAEL YERT Dennis FRANK T. YODER Frank Big Show 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, E-Room Activities 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Letterman 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2, Ski Club 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Spirits 4, Student Council Representative 4, Talent Scou.ts E.H.S. 2. PATRICIA ELLEN YOUDELL Patty LEONARD YOUNG Leonard LORRAINE YOUNG Lorraine WILLIAM YOZIPOVICH Zip J.V. Football 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2, Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4. RONALD YUHAS Ron MARY LOU ZABJEK Zab Friendship Y-Teens 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Homecoming Committee 4, Prom Com- mittee 4, Student Council Representative 4, Winter Festival Committee 4, Senior Scandal 4. DENNIS P. ZADNIK Denny E-Room Activities 4, Football 3, Boys' Gym Leaders 4, Key Club 3, 4, Spirits 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3, 4. CHRISTINE ZAK Chris Transfer Student 3, Cheerleaders 4, Choral Masters 4, E-Room Activities 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Movie Club 4, Panther 4, Powder Puff Football 4, Prom Committee 4, Senior Scandal 4, Spirits 4, Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4. JAMES ZAKOVSKI Jim D.E.C.A. 4. DENNIS ZAMARIA Big Z RONALD MICHAEL ZARNICK Ron M.C.C. 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. DEBORAH ANN ZDOVC Debbie FRED ZELE Zelmo Baseball 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Football 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, J.V. Wrestling 2. STEPHEN C. ZELKO Steve ROBERT ZOLINSKI Buff ROBERT CHARLES ZOLLER Bob ROBIN F. ZONNEVILLE Zone Transfer Student 4. MARY KAY ZOVAC Mary Kay A.F.S. 2. LAURA FLEMING ZURC Laura Folk Club 2, F,T.A. 3, M.C.C. 3, Ski Club 2, Spirits 3. 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ELEANOR WIEGAND, Business, Berea College, A.B., Kent State University, M.A., Braille Club Sponsor CAROL WILLIAMS, Business, Villa Maria College, B.Sc., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, M.S., Case Western Reserve University RONALD WITT, English, Drama, University of Akron, B.A.Ed,, Kent State University, Euclid Theatre Guild Sponsor ROBERT YOCUIVI, Vocation Coordinator, Kent Stote University, B.Sc.Ed., John Corfojl Universiyyy M'A-I Public Address Club Sponsor LYNN YODER, Home Arts, University of Rhode Island, B.Sc., Friendship Club Sponsor MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Lsitguoge, Moto- vian College, Columbia University, Middlebury College, Muhlenburg College, Case Western Reserve University, University of Rennes, B.A., M.A., Lehigh University, Language Lab Director ws: f .g. .u.3-naw., 4.1 ' 4 -. -vs.-.N,... wwf x , 31 X. 1 , .41 ,,,. -rl X gs ADVERTISING KNIFIC INSURANCE SERVICE Serving Euclid for Over 15 Years 820 Eas'r I85 48I-7540 CENTER BEVERAGE DELICATESSEN 2 L I: h 73I9473 ,Kg EUCLID BLUE PRINT AND SUPPLY 908 E. 222 S+. 73l-4662 FLORAMA FLOWERS THE UNUSUAL AS USUAL IN FLOWERS 22382 L lr Shore Bl d E Id Oh 44l23 73I 0200 ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS "WorId's Largest Manufacturer Of Stamped One-Piece PuIIeys'7 20850 S CI E ld 7 Oh KE I 8005 EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 2274! 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BILL'S CLOTHES 29900 Lake Shore Blvd. 944-4343 MAN-GILL CHEMICAL CO. 23000 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44l I7 486-5300 Industrial Metal Cleaners Metal Finishing Specialties COMPOUNDS FORMULATED WITI-I YOU IN MIND TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS BETTER Compliments of THE AUSTIN CO. i245 E. 222 S+. 382-6609 CONVENIENT FOOD MART 8II E. 222 St. 26I-2289 CURL 81 COLOUR BEAUTY CENTRE 682 Shore Cenfer D 26I-3330 F. COLONIAL HOMESTEAD 22066 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 44l 23 732-3535 STANDARD GLOVE 23520 S+. Clair Ave. 486-6500 M E M B E R O F AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE PRESSURE CASTINGS INC 21500 Sf. Clair Avenue Cleveland 19, Ohio IV. 1-5400 Manufacturers of Aluminum and Zinc Die Castings 10 PM NEWS wlth JOHN HERRINGTCN Channel m the Late News Early! EUCLID INC WHITE MOTORS 2222! SI. Clair Ave. Euclid, Ohio 53I-7800 BOULEVARD SHOES 22306 Lake Shore Blvd- 73 I-0575 Compliment of MARK HAIRDRESSERS 22308 Lalre Shore Blvd. 73I l550 BILL" PAPP'S BODY SHOP 2l IOO S+. Clair Ave. 48I-4333 Compliments of LATOUR OLDSMOBILE INC. 25200 Euclid Ave. ., "-,wwtf Q' ' T .4 X Y- I I I QCD 1 Le'I's See: Ten Fingers X 546.50 Is . . . for BIG or IiHIe Things in Jewelry 26I-2800 Our Bag Is-"The Ring King"- TED BROCK JEWELER 39I E. 200 St. X MAKE A Good Impression I U So . . . U MQ Iii I fe? I Nt T1 If tv IX- JOHN KAUSEK STUDIOS 762 E. 185th St. CLEVELAND, OHIO 44119 Phone I216I 531-0963 9 EXPERIENCE ' QUALIFIED PERSONNEL 9 THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT AND THE DESIRE TO SERVE YOUR PRINTING NEEDS VOGUE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 618 East 185th Street Cleveland 19, Ohio Area Code 216 486-0585 HY" T70 THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS ' TO EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '70 Mary Jayne Shoppe LADIES' APPAREL Where Qualify is Higher Than Price 664 E. I851'I1 S+. 485-4435 Kwik Print Co 40I E. 200 S+ 486-3700 . ' , - ' J. an-i....--.. :',, K ,K main 0:1 I , '1 'Q' ' ' ' YVY 4 , 271 Wi'I'h Every Good Wish +o Ihe Class of I970 YOUR CITY OFFICIALS Mayor ............... Judge, Municipal Couri Law Direcior ......... Adminisiraiive Direclor . Direcror oi Public Safely Finance Direcior ...... Service Direcior ....... Presideni of Council Isl' Ward Councilman . Zncl Ward Councilman . 3rd Ward Councilman . 4+h Ward Councilman Chief of Police Frank W. Payne Council-A+-Large Edward J. Eclrari Anfhony J. Susiarsic Frank J. Chulrayne Joseph E. Whalen . Kennefh J. Sims Roberf F. Niccum . William Monroe Charles A. Crown Ralph O. Dunker . Ar'I'hur B. Davis Anfhony J. Giunla . Harry J. Knufh . . . . J. Timoihy McCormack Harry L. Burlcharf Sianley R. Zagorc Michael Kosmeios Fire Chief George R. Langa - .. 272 Euclid High School Movie Club .gif CHASE I ' BRASS S COPPER CD. l SUBSIDIARY UF KENNECOTT COPPER CORPOllTlON 1121 EAST 26OTH STREET 261 -4800 '273 There's No Substitute For Quality RAIMOR STUDIOS 750 East I85+h Street 48I II66 - CARPET CLEANERS WALL TO WALL CARPETS ORIENTAL RUGS- FURNITURE CLEANED ON LOCATION OR Y Il'lI I L95 I PICK-UP 8- DELIVERY SERVICE O 19 ve E I N joy exLu64xn I . ,. P .n URVUQQQ 1 CASH 8. CARRY M - ' Q ,u,,,f,:A 3 on ' 4 Q SERVICE W IN oun ' L' PLANT NEW n5'i2y DUO- Dvllily CARPET SOIL REPELLANT APPLIED SALES EIIEIELTLTEE KEEPS CARPET CLEAN :on LONGER .:Z7J'.:2'1L'1 warn ouPoNT CHEMICALS REPAIRS - ALTERATIONS - BINDING - SERGING MOTHPROOFING - CARPET INSTALLATIONS BONDED - INSURED i EAST WEST i 944-5944 L I 731-8173 General Offices - 22384 LAKELAND BLVD. Bernadette, Inc. FROM THE PRGM GOWN TO THE WEDDING GOWN 22686 Shore Cen+er Drive 26l-5550 'X "C" ZIECHMANN'S WILDWOOD FLORAL 81 GIFT SHOP 20020 Lake Shore Blvd. 486-5I0O I b!! is I CUYAHOGA ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION, INC. 494 E. 200+I1 S+. 486-9I2I fi 5 QQ ,N V1 Z., S "' on -Q Y au. 3 'J Eg? M 'X x9'Q.w"'m 11' 'T x I 'X 4, . ' 0 ,. f 4. fy A1 W 1. - - . CCDLLEGE LOANS to Paren ts... to Students E X UN X SE C 0 N I N Gs Euclid Office ' 22480 Lake Shore Blvd. ' 731-1111 and Loan Association - MAIN omce: aaa Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, ohio 0 ii Membea Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Euclid FRANK J. JOCHUM Vice Pres.-Assocuaie Broker rg, 'T '4f""'P , BOB ANDERSON REALTY, INC. : 'L' Member U.M.L.S. ., P' N S f-'SL 20050 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid. Ohio 44:23 Office KE I-2345 631 Babbifi Rd. Residence 73I-8931 73 I-7454 278 1-1-- AJdfE55Ugl'aFh Mllitlgfaph EUfPUfHtlUn 1200 BABE1TT ROAD, CLEVELAND OHIO 44lI7 CABLE: ADDMULCOR 216 73I sooo -f "' I ' - w,.f ,.-...N . ..x ' ' -..1- --- w " "" ' - 'H ., . . if wi my cw' ri f . 11 Fr' 1 ' ' 5 K , , fi ' "rt , ,1 '5 1 1 .nflrzv A-M is a good place to work . . . Ask your friends 279 WAI NAPCDLO , , .-1,7 - I - - . ' ,f--g ,A---' THE AMERICAN STAMPING CCMPANY 73 I-9333 MODERN DEB PIPE MACHINERY 22822 Lake Shore Blvd. 943-3300 X-HTQW IEl,. I f -up--n E --3 lj-it A FRIEDMAN'S .IEWELERS 22304 Lake Shore Blvd. RE I-3450 RIJNSON 4' JOIN FTA THE CLUB WITH THE FUN ONE CONGRATULATIONS OHIO CAM 81 TOOL CLASS OF "vo" COMPANY 23530 Sf. Clair Ave. ' 'I-E: v 53:-7900 - ', A, - Il, ' '1 'Xp-O' N-HQ. ,"""llvul-.. X i Bos ANDERSON, REALTY 20050 Lake Shore Blvd. 53I-2345 Thanks 577.1 5 ffhl -ni :iw FGLUER K 1. 1 for Your limnu:k'i'., ' I. ,, I , , Q V -T . Mfg' I u .- u . , LZ"-3 h u LC1-Z4J2f'lQv'lW um A "E-"""' .-9 '5-B151 I v 1- ' . 1. AQ tnonnwul 4 W Pj, x not 9 -' - . f -an . : f ' - as" ' Zfn " f' ' .. - , , .1 " .' . 55,4 , Q f 1" , 'il Y w- U' , k fi - :,- . ILM. ' ' 'W' , X 1 .. , w . ' ' - - , .1-M1-V -mg .: -4- 4 -- sa 5? -ffnsfi. d Y... Supporf - u-- S ---- - - -- - '. , , " if ,Spf --.-,',A,l, HB ei iwnnibiivomn -,,...vm - - -v-+ . . . woRLu.wonLu 7 ' ' '- . mr , 1- ' ,Tj E Y-Em .MAD Infusing A : AD , ,M sz Q ,Z . -.-., ' 4 - 3 , F an -.vu ' - ,V Q- x , Q u 1 if EL ' , r 1-, 1x . i , ll- I l ,u f Y ,tank I , I V .mare 'Zi MT -L-jj-Q4 l V 1 . TJ-ix-E-5-1 :21 , '-Q'1'!li--'f!- l'h , ' - ' ' E ,,- Y ' + . N '- ,, ' '1 ' ' Q- ' ' J Q . ' - ,ff f' " f ' tj" V A, ,Q -A 4 "'1 2Qf . UH k ..,.4,.x nf, 3 x, Lui-h 1 Student Supply Store 'Q 283 GAA Says: Go '70 Good Luck ALVIN'S JEWELERS 690 E. I85 S+. 48I-4I04 V. DEMSHAR 81 SONS 22034 Lake Shore Blvd. E I'd Ohio 44I23 73l 4770 it Bm.. li I fflvfix '94 . fglg, 'N LI ' 270 Compliments of EUCLID RACE 503 Easi' 200 S'l'ree+ 48I 4700 x, u LeHermen's Club - 70 W M dairy 7df"f'i6.l QQ X fakes A Uojjwp fa Q X0i? ,I . , ,Tm C . ' U MW' ww N I A1-' 285 EAST SIDE WASHER 524 E. 200 S+. 45I-9I77 JERRY'S SHELL SERVICE STATION 604 E. 200 S+. 5 5245635 SIDE RIQIER 9"'T200S' Sw 451 9I7 fb ZZX Hillwoocl Manufacturing Company RADIX WIRE Complimen+s of llll k C Waterwash C Hardware 345 E. 200 Sf. 53 I 0956 26260 Lalreland Blvd. 73I-5794 Trebec Excavafin Inc Masco 9 Machinery 57. E, 200 S+. 48I IO00 Inc. 236IO S+. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 486-I772 31 ff SHORE CENTER BARBERS Nex+ 'Io S+a+e Sfore-4 Barbers SPECIALIZING IN ALL TYPES OF I-IAIRCUTS 22746 Shore Cen'Ier Drive 26I-2066 ED WANK TELEVISION SERVICE 333 E. 200 S+. 53I-I222 Y I SAM VENTU RA MOTCH AND 3 MERRYWEATHER MACHINERY COMPANY FRANCIS J' SHERMAN ,Mwst NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Euclid, Ohio 22070 Lake Shore Blvd. 486 3600 731-7878 Yi! i ... A V .tv :-,, , 'X - - "x1'r.,- -- 7"" .4' '-In-' . F Jiiusn- 3' NON-FERROUS METALS FABRICATING CO. 2I72l Tungsfen Road Euclid, Ohio 44l I7 53I-3585 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '70 EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1970 Addressograph Mulligraph ...... 279 Alvin Jewelers ................ 284 American Sfamping Company ...28I Bob Anderson Really ........... 282 The Aus+in Company .... .... 2 64 Bernadelfe Bridal Shop . . . . .. .275 Big Bouquel' .......... .... 2 63 Bill's Clolhes . . . . . . .264 Boulevard Shoes . . . .... . . . .268 Ted Brock Jeweler ............. 269 Cenfer Beverage Delicalessen .... 26I Chase Brass 81 Copper Company 273 Colonial Homeslead ........... 265 Convenienf Food Mari ......... 264 Curl 8: Colour Beauly Cenler .... 265 Cuyahoga Elecfric Cons+ruc+ion Co. .. .... 275 Dedicafion lo "Hair" .... 290 Demshar Magnavox .... 284 Eas+ Side Washers ....... .... 2 B6 Euclidian Beaufy College ....... 262 Euclid Blue Prinl 8: Supply ....... 26I Euclid Cify Officials .... .... 2 72 Euclid Race .......... .... 2 84 ADVERT S. NG IN DEX Florama ...................... Friedman's Jewelers Fulure Teachers of America ..... Girls A+hle+ic Associafion . Henlcel's Carpel' 8: Furnifure Cleaning ............. Hillwood Manufa cluring ........ Franlc Jochum ........ John Kauselr Sludios . Knific Insurance . Kwilr Prin+ ........ La Tour Oldsmobile .. LeH'erman's Club ...... The Lu brizol Company ......... Man-Gill Chemical Company Mark Hairdressers ............. Mary Jayne Shoppe ............ Masco Machinery Modern Deb Shop Mofch 8: Merrywealher Machinery Company . .. Movie Club ........... Non-Ferrous Melals .. Ohio Cam 8: Tool "Bill" Papp's Body Shop Pipe Machinery ......... Pressure Casfings ...... Radix Wire Company .... Raimor Sludios .......... Reliance Eleclric Company Second Federal Savings . .. Jerry's Shell Service ....... Francis J. Sherman Insurance Shore Cenler Barbers ..... Sfandard Glove S+uden+ Council ..... Sfudenf Supply Sfore . Trebec Excavaling Inc. .... . Vogue Prinling Company . WAI NAPOLO .......... Ed Wanlu Television Service Warerwash Hardware While Molors .... WKBF TV . .. YMCA . . . Zallco .................. "C" Ziechmann's Wildwood 291 Adelon Hair Shoppe 2 I939 Lake Shore Blvd. 73 I-4868 Ambassador Euclid Lanes 2266I Euclid Ave. 486-3200 Dr. 8: Mrs. R.M. Baldwin 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 26I-3I I I Beachland Pharmacy 200I0 Lake Shore Blvd. 53 I-063I Bill's Shell Service 29000 Lake Shore Blvd. 943-9866 Bing's Furniiure Co. 22300 Lake Shore Blvd. 26I-0800 Boulevard Radio 8: T.V. Service 906 E. 222 SI. 731-7863 PATRONS Brickman 8: Sons Funeral Home 2 I 900 Euclid Ave. 48 I -5277 R. B. Broglio, D.D.S. Chesferfield S'reeI Service Co. I220 Eas+ 222 S+. 48 I-6600 Decker Appliance Service 445 E. 200 S+. 486-7200 Euclid Fish Co. 65I E. I85 SI. 531-6448 Euclid Office Supply 8: Prinfing Co. 756 E. 222 S+. 53 I-53 I I Euclid Sunoco Service 470 E. 200 SI. 53 I -9695 Paul J. Everson Realior 24I0O Lake Shore Blvd. 73 I-6200 Herb Fiizgerald 635 E. I85 Sf. 53 I -I3 I 3 Flickinger Inc. 939 E. 222 S+. 73 I-7I00 Freeway Sporfing Goods 555 E. I85 S+. 486-2523 Haffendorf-Bliss Inc. 25080 Lakeland Blvd. 73 I-0777 F. Hohlfelder Co. 26470 Lakeland Blvd. 73 I-7400 J. C. Homer T.V. 528 E. 200 S+. 73 I-8826 KnafeI's Shore Markei 20070 Lake Shore Blvd. 48l-44I I Dr. 8: Mrs. R. A. Kriessler 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 26I-3I I I William Lynch Co. 608 E. I85 Sf. 48l-4449 Phil Mar Corp. I I00 E. 222 S+. 53 I-8800 Melzer Carpei' 22674 Shore Cenfer Dr. 73 I-5887 Don MiIIer's Sohio BIO E. 222 SI. 73 I-9847 MoInar's Dairy Queen 435 E. 200 SI. Euclid, Ohio 44I I9 Dr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Morabilo Ohio'Honing 8: Hyd. Co. 23800 SI. Clair Ave. 73 I-5700 PauI's Barber Shop 687 E. I85 S+. 53 I-84I7 Perry Drug 695 E. I85 S+. 531-8636 Pe+ric's Barber Shop 783 E. I85 SI. 48I-3465 Precision Oplical Co. 22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 26I-II66 Real Hardware 740 E. IB5 SI. 48I-3300 Roesch Painl' 8: Wallpaper Co. B55 E. 222 SI. 73 I-3585 Dr. 81 Mrs. Allan Rolfe 22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 73I-5l00 Sam's Barber Shop 393 E. 200 SI. 53 I-5828 293 Shoregale Barber Shop 7 Barbers 934-98 I 2 Shore Window Shade 8: Drapery 2 I 860 Lake Shore Blvd. 732-7443 Ski-Way Mach. Prods. Co 24460 Lakeland Blvd. 732-9000 TayIor's BiRiI'e 22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 26l-6960 Upson DeIica+essen 505 E. 260 S+. 26 I -064l Ed Wank T.V. Service 333 E. 200 S+. 53 I - I 222 Waierwash Hardware 345 E. 200 S+. 531-0956 Whileway S+amping Co. I I60 E. 222 S+. 53 I-5900 Through an entire year of long hours of hard work, disappoint- ments, mistakes and uncaptionable pictures, the excitement and challenge as editor-in-chief has not died. Here, I must thank everyone who has helped to create the 1970 Euclidian. Every Staff member sacrificed his hours of relaxation to add his specific talent so that every aspect of the book would near perfection. The financial backing of the Business Staff which made this publication possible is greatly appfedaied- MY personal thanks go to: Mr. Dickinson, the Business Staff Sponsor, for his efforts and never ending words of encouragement, the people at Raimor Studios for their even temper when they learned of our blunders and emergency pictures, and especially Brad Goebel who helped me keep my sanity through deadlines and all other times. Although he never quite understood us, our 'sponsor Mr. Hall deserves the greatest recognition for struggling to cope with us through the year. Trauty Grau '70 Editor .'. ' '93, TRAUTY GRAU .. PEGGY WEHRLE .. BARB CIGOY . . . JANICE GRIMM MARCIA FEIOCK PAT SYLTE ..... WENDY LICK ..... JUDY KOZLOWSKI BETH BLEWITT JANICE BERRY JOAN BENSING .. LAURIE FONDRAN TOMM STEPHON DEBBIE OPALK ... ., DEBBIE MILLER .... .. JANE HOSPODAR . . . KAREN REICHARD MARSHA MRAMOR MARILYN WINTERS BERT GOLD . ........ .. ARLENE KEMEJAK JOHN PAUL ...,. KIM SOMERS SUE KNOX .... EVIE NIELSEN MARY MAYOCK MR, HALL ..... . . . . Head . . Assistant . . . . Art Copy Identification Editor Editor Editor . Art . Art . Art . Art Editor COPY Copy COPY Copy COPY Editor . . . . . Identification . . Identification . . Identification . . Identification Senior Editor Head Photographer . . . . Photographer . . Photographer . . Photographer . . . Photo Editor Photo Photo . Sponsor 294 gf X .f I 4 X il ,9- BEV BECKERT MARCIA BOYCE .. MARILYN DVORNIK LYNNE JERSAN DEBBIE RASH .... NANCY BORSCH .. LORRAINE BROOKS DENISE CAPRETTA HELGA DOBLER CHRIS GAYDOS JANICE HOCEVAR PAM STEARNS KATHE TANCREDI . LYNN ALLCHIN LINDA BEADLE KAREN BELAVICH . LINDA BEZIK .... COLLEEN BOYLE .. DEBBIE CALDRONE JANET KNOWLES . JANICE MATKO .. ELAINE MOG SUE POTSKY .... JOANNE POCH .. JACKIE POGRAIS . KAY RASMUSEN .. DEBBIE VADNAL . DIANE ZURO .... MR. 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