Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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Under the first year tutelage of Head Coach Seymour, the Panthers finished the season with a 2-5-2 overall record, 2-341 in the Greater Cleveland Conference. Named to the All-League team were flanlcer Ken Petardi fled league in pass receiving and interceptionsj, tailback Stan Zupancic lgained 598 yds.j, and punter Frank Reily l33yd. avg. puntj. Honorable mentions were received by Marla Novosel, Tom Wandersleben, and Steve Pyle. 20 iam., Q K, ..5.5l .. -11 -- v X .. , -32.1" We ff ,C xc .,,. N 17293. 1 fa.: li v v as ? A.,fc.w uf n "A L Football Scores ' ' ' ' TOLEDO START ' ' ' ' ' ' 'Warren Harding' ' ' 'HHEASTLAKE NORTH' ...........Maple........ ' ' ' ' WILLOUCHBY SOUTH 1 . 7:1453 iff' Q - , .. L - "R E. gy: - .je s xl' , .A W. y -is .. --l. I' ff'-RQ' .. Y . V .' -- t X-'Nt ' fl "V 'VOTE Hia L" ,: - :uc -J' 4 , Q .. ' , A A' 1. . Jf.-' "-Jfh ' f 'H' J -, 4 , 'i - o Q ,W I- ji 'X . 5, 1 . ,fep ' ,it ' ' -Q ' ,H . ... ' ,,.,, : . - 1 ':,., ' H -f -fr ' rg. ' -- K ' "" - . '65 . 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H Fix S gyl xv e -- -5:32 . s rt --es -ey as I P .. f'r.,,. 4:-LEE!!-1' et' s- -71 - v a-ev ts ef- ilsiix f '31 M-L 65 Q5 mi' 7 L ' +L-v 'D' il' .- ' 1 I lqr v ' " ' Y' BOTTOM ROW CL TO RJ: Steve Pyle, Ken Petardi, Stan Zupancic, Norbie Hongosh, Greg Drew, Mark Kozlowski, Nick Christopher, Andy Zar- linski, Dale Noles, Frank Reilly, Frank Schuhle, Larry Schiffbauer, Chris Rupert. 2nd ROW: Mike Tortorici, Peter Keck, jeff Wanchisn, Ron Ranallo, Don Willingham, Iohn Ryder, Dan Davies, John Lusoski, Phil Bradac, Mike Bamauskas, Rich Ubl, john Grebenc. 3rd ROW: jim Snyder, Pat Bildstein, Carl Kozlowski, Scott Miller, lim Lynch, Tracy Cast, lim Clabough, jeff Schuffert, John Stansfield, Dan Debevc, Gary Shay. 4th ROW: Chris Herak, Dean Harris, Spencer Brady, Randy Jones, Bill Walter, Mike Lynch, Lee Lumadue, john Lesnick, Don Poropat, Lou Dommer, Pat Pyle fmanagerj. Sth ROW: Brian McDonough, Mark Novosel, Shawn Kahl, john Trommetter, Brian Feiock, Jim Sumner, Mark Wandersleben, Kevin Eichler, Tom Wandersleben, john Leovich, Dave Ulepic. .Ron Ranallo eludes opponents to gain yards on a quarterback keep. .The Euclid offense is shown in action. .Anxious observers watch the action from the sidelines. . Punter Frank Reilly kicks his way to the All-League team. .Greg Drew throws a block for leading ground gainer Stan Zupancic. .Coach Seymour contemplates his strategy. 21 . . Football After a slow start, the J.V. Football team returned to win five of their last six games. The Panther Kittens' offense, led by Captain Jim Baitt, plowed through the line to score 114 points in their last six games. The defense, led by Co- captains Dave Praznowsky and jack Cregorin, held the opponents to minimum yardage and only 32 points in these last six games. J.V. Football Scores Euclid Oppgnent 24 ---.----------- Valley Forge ............... 14 28 ---- -""' S t. joseph -"--- ---' 8 26 ---' - - -Warren Harding '--'- ' ' ' - O 20 .... ...... B edford ......... .... 0 0 . t . . ..-- Brush ...... ..... 3 4 6 .... ..... M ayfield ..... ..... 1 4 6 .... ..... E astlake North .... .... 8 8 .... ........ M ..... ..... 2 6 0 "" ""' M aple Heights ---A -A-'- 2 4 12 "" "" W illoughby South' ------'------ 8 Fl' ,-FU .c',,, L ' Y 1 BOTTOM ROW KL TO RJ: Scott Maxwell, Frank Kucharski, Iohn Richards, Mark Byme, lim Owen, jim Hunt, lack Gregorin, Dan Du- rasko, Fred Knight. 2nd ROW: joe Morosan, Scott Bradac, Bill Ambros, Tim Shemran, john McCIuskey, Rick Iambor, Ioe Jarmuszkiewicz, lim Hug, Don Heimsoth, Dave Praznovsky. 3rd ROW: Mike Lynn, Gary Uhas, Harold Sieferd, Tony Centa, lim Wright, Steve Resar, Ed Franko, Stevie Zuponcic, Tom Palumbo, Larry Insana, Coach Dave Schonauer. 4th ROW: Coach Paul Serra, Coach Dan Hoffman, Mark Centa, Phil Horabik, Ed Delaney, Denny Stmad, Rick Burrows, Dave Yeckley, Dave Berlan,1ohn Ussai. MISSING: lim Baitt, Tim Erjavec. 1. During the mad scramble, Ed Franko evades tacklers to further the Panther drive. 2. Struggling to avoid being pulled down, Mark Centa drags along his opponent. 3. Off and running, the Panther strives to reach his goal. 4. A j.V. nabs a first down. 5. Dodging an opponent, the Panther Kitten races against time. 6. John Ussai is caught between the enemy but escapes. f-- --1nn---l----- +A - -V -at !' C it 6 K ij' 'f 1.5 .sill rf L ,I E, ' if"'7?'-l,:.",,- L'.f'j?55"5f'.+'-1-'-. e-ZZ-3 ' WHL ' 'hut -'H-w Colin. 'K'Tp'l m . hill' 'Y'rm' Yum- Alix u- -f ug- 'T' 7 H l Q gb ff .X , od W g x QS X f I r, . ...JP j 'Q X Ni f X N 1 Y '- Y 1 .. -. , r A ,, - N-.- ., q"' I J' I., UWM. "l,,.1.-I-..'Aw W wwf, . Y, . N1 fly. 4 1 1' - A 3"" ggl-4 f ' A' .Q 1 3 F, W W UNH, 9 I . stat. L ati. 4 -1 Q .. f ffff: Q13 ,gg 1 , .W f R . ' NT fn? , , ' : 3 - 1443 E - V ? R Twp 4 .1 1 xl W 5 nies sm, 5 'M Am- - ' -f- ' Q 'V 1 "Q r, .. A z 4 1 ' '34, V ,SQ 1: r ' 'f .fa 2 3- ' x , -1' r v - e4 gg:'fi932.a3'Nf3rg 53f.i4r,f.fw23, A A 1 gVfQXgiXg-wi :vas si ji' if W 5 "Wil Jil" '97 Al- 1 HL: ' . Q -'-,J I-,uri MW XX N 1 K , . x 5, . ' , 1 .-, ? -- n . ' n '- , 4. 1 Q. , gq rj, vu Y . 1 K , . . 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The Euclid chapter raised money by sponsoring a spaghetti dinner, selling candy, and having a Rock-a- thon. The money earned helped to bring an exchange student from the Philippines to our high school and send two students abroad to Switzerland and Bolivia. Social activities included picnics, soccer games, and parties. .'g,aff ' "' " - ' fig? f' " . It-127 Ali! . . ,-pfsl 'iq . -4 f' S.. n 'Q 1 A. f Q U e"' 4- " '1 . ry ,1.,,. b Y H Bill Hach and Ted Allchin E H S students that went abroad Q I.. ,J .iq 1 vien- L?- ff. - 4 LE 1-Eb' fb Z8 -ZVLL I , - I I ,A -, sxs..,..,.? sms!! Go Bananas This year the Spirits Club was taken over by the Student Council and went bananas. Making signs on Wednesday nights, furnishing bus transport for away- from-home games, and cheering in a good sportsmanship manner were all duties which were successfully carried out by the Go Bananas crew. gl-r 29 - X . xxx, f X ! X ,fe X .lj F 4. Crm? CTTTJ 1 I i L I XX W 1 ' l ' 9 CJ- I f I 5 3 it I L if aff, mf lorsemanshi Club Traveling to Red Raider Camp was a weekly prac- tice of the l-lorsemanship Club in the autumn. Mem- bers learned how to mount a horse and gradually pro- gressed to trotting and gal- loping. The newly learned equestrians enjoyed riding for fun and acquired much talent in riding. wif The following are members of the horsemanship club: QFROM LEFT TO RIGHTQ Cindy Vidal Mrs R Smith lalclic, Terri Wright, Mary Beth Cargiulo, Bobby Finneley, Holly McClurg. J The Astronomy Club JFROM LEFT TO RICHTJ: Mr. Francetic, Arthur Gregory, Tim Rote, lohn Petkovsek, Uwe Botzki Roy Amacher and lNarren Kurtz. 30 g--- .vA- QQ X 471 lf Q ik X i Astronom C Club Members of the astronomy club found pleasure in studying the universe. They met occasionally in the school planetarium and then put their knowledge to use'in their backyards and studied the Euclid sky, and its changes from season to season. Pinochle Club Pinochle a game of skill and chance, is played every Tuesday by a few of Euclids devoted students. The players enjoy getting involved with this card game, because it im- proves one's memory and disci- plines the mind. A player must keep track of the tricks involved too. The player with the Jack of Diamonds and the Queen of Spades has an advantage and scores Double Pinochle! .. - s , ' .- 1' "AlxiY.- X K V er. 4 he Members of the' pinochle club are Mr Clements Dave Harth M Sallach and Robin Pinkava. -s I Q' 1' l l J f"'d'r is if, M 55,yfg,5,-Q, AO-A, pr Saw 0 ' . rm, r Qt A,Qi"f" r yyf 'lg' t JP-AG", A Q14 A . Ji 'NM' L Q. is e, a-.5-,, Q "is,- can "1-an-Q, A-19 P ti Soccer The '75 Soccer team rebuilt this season in the midst of change. Coach Sattler urged the team to an outstanding effort and with most players returning next year. Heads became backboards for guided missiles while shins became battered by opposing forces. Self-drive and determination become the most important key to the game, and to win becomes the object of every game. Varsity Soccer Sco Brecksville Mayfield St. Joseph Cleveland Hts Eastlake North Mentor Brush AVI J. . T' yg, ,. el ,I x' ' 5 - .v', IA P . , f !' V . I . 1 14,863-fs! f is , , rf .,. fl' I I ,I l , I ., 4. 5 " '.,::,:,1-H-:1?,t..v..-'-- e' Q ,,,,,, f " ,A ' ' 1 ef V! . ' . 'ff"':f A "3 . ,. 'off ,.,- It lil . "D ' ,. ' Q, vi -lf , .' ' "gf,-'-" xii: ' .""'Aff1'g4:"-'- '3 ef' A Qi' I: ,M-5 if 'J . ? O i , , A 3 l 1 if Mayfield Mentor Lake Catholic Chardon Collinwood Eastlake North Cleveland Hts . Eastlake North Y '.-6,1 .-' . ,,II,fqI -54 I ' . ' . "W . I H ,g - I I ' I wr!-fa 1 AQ: 'C 1 . , I , 3 . .' N' .QI . - - ' 'ii-1. . .' ' ' .- NF .A , . . W at . .-'. - 1' 4 : 1,-A .' ,w -, ., I, .. . , I ,, ,Zi , I , ,.,. ,.I.+g,, ,. , ,. .- - I 1 1, ,H , - f I'-4 - -,, 1. j .. ' ll Y '1f'9f., """",1.'J', - A. +9 -v . " .I I ' I, tv, I , h ' -3, - -svn' , 41 -B.. 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ZND ROW QL TO RJ: Dale VanPelt, Nick Hadzima, Steve Camp, Kurt Dieckmann, lack lesberger, Tom Pestotnik, Ron Anzells, Rolf Klienfeld, Helmut Richardt, Davorin Slat, Cordon Friel, IV Coach Harry Siskind. MISSING: joe Lorence. ,g5,,...,. 'Nd rd -fl SIX. wsggut 'Mil 'J' il 1 - -, V . XU cle X J"-f..,, lug ,Q Q5 HD I scum QDLLIG! L smw l U WCM jfuclff .wwe SS tt 55 0 cmssaum X 35? wt-at ' mum! 'ms' r Nm - ln.. I S-es. 'lg CI-055 Countr Cross Country Scores Last year 5 underclassmen llved up to the reputatlon of past teams by turmng In a fantastlc performance through out thrnr fnret sea-Aon ln the Greater Cleveland Conference The team led by co captams Adnan Crlffm and Mxlce Chase went undefeated ln dual meets junior Bob Cold also helped pace the team to a fnfth place fxnxsh rn the state meet BOTTOM ROW lL TO Rj Scott Wnsc Bob Cold Make Chase Adnan Crxffxn PatCampb ll Scott Wnlson 2nd ROW Ron Brehm Make Glaser Rxck Seale Walt Wolskx Chrns Dole Rnck Horn 3rd ROW Al Buanno oe Fr ch Irhn Trrmm ttfr Crang Basler Brian Derreberry Paul And rson Euclld Toledo Start Bedford Walsh jesurt Brush Mayfreld Eastlake North Mentor Maple Hexghts Wxlloughby South Opponent -.Lcl. . l l l . 2 , .Y ,,l, Water Polo The Panthers thrashed their opponents as they made history by being the first Euclid water polo team to go undefeated all season. Leading the team in scoring were seniors I oe Cerer, Mark Mahnic, and Tom Hieber. Juniors Mike Pyle, Bob Ross, Scott Wise, and Ken Dorsch also helped on the attack. Coach Rodriguez was proud of the success of his team in '75. BOTTOM ROW: QL TO RQ Bob Clines, Scott Speroff, Eugene Jas- kiewicz, Jim Orme, Pat Griesharnmer, Tom Hongosh, Coach Rodriguez. 2nd ROW: Roger Miller, Ken Dorsch, Bob Ross, Tom Hieber, Brian Katz, Mike Pyle. 3rd ROW: Scott Williams, Tim Casten, Ioe Cerer, Mark Mahnic, Bill Rambeau. MISSING: Joe Perpar, Chuck Keay. Golf The Panther golf team, coached by Mr. Raicevich, fin- ished a disappointing season, but spirits were held high. The golfers dilligently practiced, not only in sunshine and green grass, but trapsed through mud and rain in search of lost balls. Leading the golfers were seniors Tim Dailey and Keith Daiber. The team is looking forward to a promising team next year as three of the five competitors will be returning. QL TO RJ Coach Raicevich, Tom Chubb, Tim Dailey, Steve Martin, Keith Daiber, and Eric Mizner. MISSING: Les MacLeod. 35 '-v K V -. ' ,tg-,'.-' , . ...M .-5 -1' I- It ...- V 4 1' ,fm . 5 1 5127.1 'Z '- -3I?i,,,.f3 f' .L it bf 'J'.- Q ' ,. I'?.:,iiA1. 'j,:'Wi L . am MJ? :Ma Q' . i . I, 'frw--:F35,-:-.flgrc 1 X .gigs-, ,. ,, , ra-si A 551 1 1 V , 55.134, 33' Q I I , 1 A A I Hi t- '-"int" rf" ET ' fx-, s Q . 2.3 'Q 'H O! v Nl ' v.,,ul:. g 5' M I 1' 0 ' ' . , ' v.' '5' n .Fix J fJa"."!3--' 'f"' 1'- ' f3"'9"' in-'h -.33 , 1 A E' W s vu -v- .AN 5 + px r we M ff A '- ' YSL Q .- -s-v'-3 I 221 ii . aw- 'fl 1' - 5' . Y. , .,-3 ' J . A ., 5 J Mkt .gl I Ab .' 1 Mr - l al V X , H" my 3' .. v H' if wo 6 ax . , 1 X X 9 ,Q 'Q Q Q l cow- .R 'N Q A I K + I N " r-- ...- .SP T' P .Af ' - Waasx . ,M "'n l S , 5 fi Q.. Y ' A i 71 Elai- Ladi- . ..-y -L J. 'sa , 4 g .' -. r N A If -1,4 1 .- ' ,,, ,'., -MN ' ' '. -nhl -' P 'vnu""' The followin irls were members of the Blue Team: Esther Akiba Shell Anderson Barb Amold Diane Arter S 8 1 Y 1 1 I Betty Ayres, Diane Babets, Diane Beal, janet Berlan, Linda Boettcher, Nancy Caldrone, Denise Calvert, Barb Cavell, Vicki Cefratti, Chris Centa, Debbie Chambers, Leslie Chrestoff, Kathy Clark, Debbie Collins, Rita Con- nelly, Pam Coons, Mary Cunningham, Nancy Doganiero, Claudia Dular, Debbie Eberwein, Alice Fuelst, Kathy Gmbar, Mary Haines, Pam Hall, Mary lo Hanlon, Karen janovice, Kathy juratovic, Sandi Kocin, Dianne Kon- chan, Sharon Leinweber, Beth McCraith, Ginny Matthews, Mary Mavsar, Margaret Modic, Janet Motuza, loanne Mramor, Sandy Noel, Phyllis Novotny, Jan Patfield, Mary Beth Pavis, Anne Payne, Liz Powell, Debbie Redman, Cindy Reel, Bonnie Repar, Sue Roeder, Kathy Savage, Shelly Sicurezza, Marcia Slusser, Mary Jo Telich, Lynne Ucic, Sandy Vanah, Sue Walsh, Diane Willert, Betty Zagorc, Anita Zak, and Donna Zaller. . -f ww- . - , - v . ., Y.s, .Rl Y,-M , My ,l, x I "'-"" M N 5 x"""":'-fJ:'Zf':"" rf' 'ff b 'L ' . f X fr.. -' 1 A 1---.J - A 1, . 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October 15 started the Homecoming Festivities for Euclid High students A Parade of floats, mayorial candidates, senior citizens, majorettes, and both lr and Sr High cheerleaders marched down East 222 Street, Due to poor weather con- ditions the traditional bonfire was replaced with an indoor pep rally which proved to be successful. Homecoming Floats from left to right: 1 Tied for 2nd place VVai Naplo and 2 CL L C Vvinning float was done by the 3 Marching Band 3rd prize went to the 4 Cheerleader float and the 5 Key Club Car recieved an honorable mention, C- M C Tom Murphy of VVIXY with president of Student Council Paula Moriarty and Chris Zalatel ar 'lee Wednesday night pep rally 40 3 at' . ie aw Q 3. DQ 1 'E' .- M. Q, +9 gg J! -My r i " ---I lluiezi-.J sf.-- f. 4 .--1 -'.-tvasaasv-v:sf:r:f.1+f:':nwm -+A V- y . as 1 f 1 i A . 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Ken Kender and Debbie jordan signing the guest list homecoming night. ,Va 'W' 41 x i A . . 42 Q '555 ? bis Vw - k 5"'2fq::Tiaw:' V ' 1 N ,V . 5 'V '.." if k f .44 ' -' .4, . , Wye w ." 65' ,f , ev: E-Q I " K. ,, "ft , Q .. F . .. . Q Cs. A QA. . ' , A Y- S ' ai : 4 .gk ' gf" A 'n '- P . if Fi 1 "' Q. flwa ' U Q.. V 'L-,, F It N F. R 'Ni 5' - Yi' H' , , . , -' H B -Rfk, , l .' V' , . ff , , f' ' -w - Yi lx, V . 1'-1522 :Q N" -1- '- Y " 121- .l?L.v: , A"1'.'.A-rl 1 15 , U ' A W J' q,".- '. x.. ' I I -' '.6'L A 1 ,, -A Iv P , U N ,- A I A ,P :Ein ' 'NP 'i ' NA' , . l I, . Q if ,. x s LQ .V A Q' Vw f. V ', ' .fx , . v im ff b- . - vi- 3 t 4"x" .. ft! A , 5' ' 'Qin H -L. ' 2 1 N'vs..,,,. . -..' s"'-u 5:- Ns.,- I 'IK' H95 ,. 1 : f .-wg , Q-J? 34: . E - 1 it i A. . , ' dh? 9: ,,' :gt 'gg' 1 ef . " , ji Ei kb.: P' I 4' -,5 :.'l I . V. -t' '. I - ' 7 1' nf VS' ' Q. 'P '4 3. 1 ' .1 'Q ' I 1'. H N . , g 1 l, 1 X 'Q' Q n 'lr 1' V , ,K ' 1 L ' '-. -Y ' Y Q' 's l v fy . il 'QV' 'sn 'VJ ,,, Q 'Wg Y '. .e-' DN 'Y , I- 1 . "' vlz 1-2 A ,551 1 . fx-"fish-. ,,. ,, . 1.2: H n ggi. :EPM A 1.210-: " f . :'o?5,3M . 7.31.1 4 Ls '31 b iii gf, na na WS- Arsenic Old Lace For six weeks the Little Theater was alive with activity and preparation for the coming performance. Char- acters began to take the shape of two spinster old ladies, who murdered old gentlemen as one of their charities. Teddy, Jonathan and Mortimer, the three young nephews of the spinsters also began forming their roles. The play was made up of an assortment of talented actors and actresses who ran in and out of the Brewster household. Abbey Brewster . . . The Rev. Dr. Harper Teddy Brewster . . . Officer Brophy . . . Officer Klein ..,,.. Martha Brewster, . . Elaine Harper . . . Mortimer Brewster. Mr, Gibbs . ,.,, , jonathan Brewster , Dr. Einstein , ,. Officer O'Hara .. Lieutenant Rooney Mr, VVitherspoon , , Mr. Hoskins . . Mr, Spenalzo Monica Otcasek Duane Hale I Scott Easter 7 Steve Bell 1, Iim McMullen Carol lmm Amy Stoch Mark Fetko Steve Bour Rick Cowan Marty Frederking loe Choromanski Paul Gubanc Paul Yanchar Karen Workman Karen Workman Q i l'l.l.YZ.l.'1-L4 M I -'f .K Y Y 'Y ARE? v.. .1-7 ,..-0"-1 Q -L, X -'E ,. SC' A Nix! Qu N 'H R The 1975-76 school year brought many changes in the Euclid Board of Education. Because of Dr. Di- Biasio's retirement, we received a new superenten- dent of schools, Dr. Ernest A. I-Iusarik. Dr. Frank Houser was re-elected to his post as school board member, and Mrs. Shirley Nurmi was elected to her first term in that position, replacing long-time member Mrs. Mary King. The failure of the school levy after four tries brought further cutbacks in many areas of Euclid Education, and the school board members were forced to act on the impending financial crisis. lu- -lf-V' , is u-xg H .ff Q. 'J i 9 :rr 'YQ XR K I , fl' '--V' Q!! 1 . Dr. William D. Dodds, Asst. Supt. Dr. Robert Wightman, ASSL SUPL FIRST ROW: Dr. Ernest Husarik, Mrs. Diane Luikart, Mr. Ted Stepien, Mrs. Shirley Nurmi. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lowell Davis, Mr. john Lewis, Dr. William Dodds, Mr. Paul Totten, Dr. Frank Houser, Dr. Robert Wightman. I ,fsck , I., .IN-3 47 15 :Ill x 'J U i XCILLI DUCATI ll UCLID I OOLI w 1 1 f r I EUCLID PUBLIC scH0oLs UCLID-OHIO ....-LW Ei efufvg -Q 1276 6',-44444 1? -A0511 .' 4 I Hyzamfwk 13' ck . frfzay 4,414 Adwwwffvff fa-74 :dock I' 1.06 f-e.a.:.m.Z7f4 4-7' MK7'-omg Q75-'fn ,dfwvaaf 771 1910? 014 mi.. Jevuaf affdlfxg ni 7250-rg 1-QCQPOKJUQM -fbafce 071' -941-ff:,4"c,Z7".vr-1 fu-of ,arf-aes! fo I 1 4 7 KW! cM fuZff!f.f17fn.s' ,-4 Hfigkdl'-3 fZaZfQfx,Z- 'PL-4 27' aff. 'j9i',,f7,Aqd," ,4, fz. Carr of 474 fyvjwk, c 7-TAT 74 A- .f 1-1 Jmwj f7fd7f'2fff 7 'Z H ,. ' 1 I , f , ,V ,QQ mjfg, W, mzfgim. J 1 .fl 1 5 I 35 . A Yi? rl 12 525 ??s1.?3?i ggiiiaiie - f 2 A ii -4- '. Q slmfxg 'g t E , 1 .X T7 i- y I ca ,, :ze . , WX wi Y , -F! gan: A In Jerry Bergem Fred johns Y -"'R,-rr I 1 - V' flaw 3 ,. 1' A4 Y.-v ,.,, . I ... gt- Lucille Terlep james Wilkens . ,aff ,Q ' . if We 4 'Q 5. f . f Y Qs ' 4 ,Lx PNY. r k X- 5. -J" Dorothy Stross dministration Preventing little problems from becoming big ones, the administra- tors are always available with a ready smile to help ease out the day to day problems encountered in Euclid's hectic environment. Cooperative, cheerful, and understanding, they meet the many situations of coordi- nating, organizing, and planning that arise in their vital roles of school management. 1. Marie O'Neill-Secretary. 2. Gail Lickert. O - V C.. . . I t I, ' .13 4 L' -M' ' K Donald Martin Kathryn Frye fl' - lv . any lc 9' ' 'vs A - ' ' 'rg J N J Ruth Smith jane Gibson fl an . ,Lx , .va Ak. lv 'Z - P 5 Q, , I ff HJ wi' N Anna Herrick William Medvick '1 .fl xg gli A 11, ' Q, s - 1,-'Huw I", . A A Ruth Krup Polly McRedmond Deans And Counselors Euclid's counseling staff provides valuable assistance to students. Ex- perienced and caring counselors and deans help students schedule courses, listen to students problems, and give career and college guidence. Although the secretaries often go unnoticed, these women perform the myriad duties day after day to keep divisions and the school functioning. Without them, Euclid High School would fail to exist. .s N ,Q Fr, if - s -uv i fu, . is X Q?-lgip Robert Crary Patricia Keefer IGN 'X Kd, i' c,,c " ' 'r semi Y5?e'E' , t or 'xl-, -..,ff1Q...' veg, Elizabeth Luikart Robert Yocum x if it , fit: Fai?" 3, . . ,M 1 1 iv I I Ty :I ' N .!!!s ' ' "sw" -------up '- , -.r mlullf, If-1101 :::::f5: -ff Jane Boyer June Edwardsen 1. Rosemarie Tonn. 2. Elizabeth Luikart. 3. Louisa Bessire. 51 fl! .mfg- fa-f' l"'g" Charlotte Bensusan Clayton George 8- ,-F-' t . ' l r A 2 l Y Maureen Huefner Marc Manburg 'Ze 'Q.," V. ,I f-.t Kathleen McHugh Ed Mize ' A joseph Regano Sandra Regano 1. Alvin Amster-Business. 2. Sometimes it takes the insight of a friend to get through lifes minor crises. 3. Practice makes perfect for this student in the Business Department. S2 N' -e '-1 1 S O .l " iff 4 ,-l"" if O w I , x ,L XX A 'J I xx l , X-I., Mei? 51.12.15 Business With a computerized society, the Business Department plays an active role in preparing tomorrow's leaders for the competition in the world of work. A student selects the course that best suits his desire and needs from a list that includes typing, short- hand, bookkeeping, Distributive Edu- cation, Co-operative Office Education, record keeping, general business, business English, office machines, salesmanship, and business law. With this preparation a student is better equipped to enter the business world, especially those who took advantage of on-the-job-experience. 4' if X--r""j! N .f ti 3 f- ' Greg Sattler Ben Sawyer .4 . an as gp, J. in AQ' x L!-f " I 55" ' V, ,Q L, Ronald Seymour Ralph Sibert fp .V V Ek V 'AN znrgg '.'f..- X if 7, ' . 5? if 'EE t i 3 Eleanor Wiegand Carol Williams 1. just another busy day in the life of business students. 2. Learning to use office machines is an important part of the future business- women's education. 3. Vocational Education provides the professional atmosphere neces- sary for job experience. 4. Vocational train- ing gives students a marketable skill in an increasingly tight job market. S3 5 l English An expanded English program keeps pace with today's world. Since students are both senders and receivers, the skills in communica- tion stress the need to be accurate, intelligent, and clear. With advanced courses in media, more writing courses, expanded team teaching, and courses in humor and satire, students can elect a personalized program, especially with over forty courses from which to choose-Eng- lish, a course for all seasons. ev- lm , sf I gf fn" V A '. 2-. 4 Justin Antonini Frank Aultz .R 1.4. , If K Sys A' :s 1. 'R ' . jane Blabolil William Brown Q 'N 0. ' - Q 'L l f ,ff X J, Judith Carmody Glen Caroff 9 E. , jx '.f '-..v Dorothy Cerny 1. Carole Rupnik-English 54 .hal -A- -A ,af Q tx K ' X xx I 4 'ff' 'ze .55-t 1.1 'i . 4 . X . q-., ki H A " l Norma Cowan Emelie Gale Robert Hall - 1-A VI, Y X f ,t M ff UI ' , ' ,bf as l vi? fy, I ni .ff 7 1 wr l L l...- x Ql'.L,"7 If "'-Q17 lf r D "J fa " . X? NK -- Sue Harris Gerald Henderson Janis Jordan 1 'Q Jane Lellis 5.-A .yi .V I? V,-, , X . '. . ,TL ii William xl X"'7 Mi' sz . .aff K 1, j xl 4 ,f Ken Lowe Karen McGill W an , l N' Q- I tvs' 'hu- --- X Mccuinness Frnak Mularo Robert Petrovic if ful I l"'x' Q. V K ,Y ia ks , 0 'L "t v s , -, Mary Kay Repicky Granville Smith Barbara Spiga 1 Mrs. Gale instructs students in the fundamentals of grammar. 2, Literature discussions in Miss Repicky's class. SS - i l Roger Brown 1 . ll r"'x.'N W 'ff' L Nat Dickinson 316, I 1 -1 x.. - H Alex Dzerowicz ?' , I V jeff Hartmann --..-S A 1 A 4. William Delvlora si " I Y? A Forrest Diehl 5 lv-N fb 4 1 tx jim Englehart j !1'l,! 'ug , Qi L1 Robert Heramb f 1 r . -'z 1,3 H's. Na If E225 1 Ray Hively 1. Flag Pole. g my my - 5 XXV' .X f 5 rape 2,1 , ,fe-1. . ,V , 'X , If A .1 XINIXI V Ll 1115. ALI PZMYZ E bu! r .-1 '-4 lk, ," .F '- We 51 xi 51 XV sl XVKFYW N537 Vfxb ll ewwsf 5 -Q , Q L, ,ff QL. f A,' Denim' -,,V tx 41 in .J . A Q Nr 'E ' 3" :if f'T"' , 1 A it ' l Frank Hoffert Maryjagger 'Q , ,""x 5 1- -N. g- v " 5 ti .ff A '13 r A , 1 jim Kelley Earl McNeilly . ,,,, ,gs fi Q ,,, Af 1 ,fi '- I t l f Ronald Powaski David Schonauer V X Q Q Q . ' n, f 1 'jg' tw- A s f.g'fi" , I A ' . .14 V 9. r Wayne Smith Leonard Weisenberg Social Studies Through social study courses Eu- clid's students become informed citizens. Classes in government, history, area studies, sociology, psy- chology, humanties, economics, and human relations enable tomorrow's leaders to gain experience and insight about the behavior of man in his environment. At the same time, he learns about national and inter- national affairs. With the continu- ance of the phase elective program, more courses met the needs of more students. A revision of the junior honors American studies course was another change for 1976. 1. Mr. Demora's government class gets involved. 2. The Lone Ranger reveals his true identity. Math Mfhether a student wants basic math, algebra, geometry, or calculus, the Math Department offers the op- portunity to develop mathematical skills necessary for everyone and provides advanced courses for those who want to major in math. With change inevitable, the department introduced Informal Geometry, for those students interested in exploring geometry without the full mathe- matical development found in Plane Geometry. we-ja X? QT:-y lax, 1 ,qs E Gene Breartor Car!C1ememc .1 Mfg g my -I G - o ,a , , as A jim Clrttel Margie Gorslene 1 2 In Ac. f ' , , - xii., I! A ', N '- ,fr A 'im 7' Adam Pawlowski Richard Kackovan 1 We gather together today to XEQ INCLN. 2 Charles Reno hard at work. 3. lim Cliffel- Math 58 BMW CA M jj? ,df 9' 'fit' 455, xf wipe --' - Q -J 'FL I N x I ' Lab. ' 121 Charles Reno -.4 . l 8,4 1 Donald Rinkes M A l Richard Rose K, Q I 42? K Fred Sallach 1 -1, -Y 'V' -'Q-wx Paul Serra 1. Geometry is easy when Mr. Pawlowski explains it. 2. Fred Sal- lach-Math. 3. Marg- aret Uhry-Math. 59 Science The purpose of the science depart- ment is to make students aware of the methods of science and the natural laws of nature, and to develop within them a curiosity about the environment in which they live. Courses are offered in the areas of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Basic Science, and in a relatively new pro- gram called Phase Science. With the introduction of such phase courses as backpacking biology, greenhouse, and environmental studies, students are able to expand their interests into a broader range of scientific fields. . , ry? .04 il Ronald Backos john Barcza ,- " 1-4, . ff, 2.1 "f':f " . .fa Howard Bender Dale Daviggn C1 f A .Ki P If A WA' 'Q Daniel Francetic Tam Halbedel 1. Learning to use a balance provides a chal- lenge to sophomore biologists. 2. A.P, Biology class fascinated by another one of Mr. Friedman's lectures. 3. A typical day in the life of a chemistry student. 4. Sheldon Friedman, biologist extraordinaire. 60 N XR: .Ao ifip . ' L 'fl 1 Q-'A-p . l . 5 'v Michael Lower 7 5 1, ff .Self 1 fo Us -.4 -an 4 ,J Y S tw Nancy Motz ,xn- N..-..f ' x William Starr 'FN r' -A . ff I x , PZ-Zo. Joh n Stocks 'Q ' GR 1 IVR, V' if st '-l' Marilyn Lucas . -1.5, 'Qui -amy. Y 5 , ". T. Q ff'! Joseph Muscarella ' Raj 5 J! p h. I x .51 .a'f"3m Donald Steinbrink 5fg"'?,'-,"' . ex, lv ' t Q' 5 William VonBenken 1 In the chaos of a chemistry lab, a student learns by experiment. 2 Dorothy Tombaugh 3 lt makes just about as much sense this way! 4 Prank Soltez 61 'MK Iq F' :vs .,ri'll VC Marcia Brown Patricia Buck E 3. 13' '35-s C-f fwgvl' . 'T' Laurie Carlberg Arlene Carter f .. .s 4 is 'g x M l -, sf, AX: ' , W ,' 4 19 Audree Fox Gaye Whieldon Physical Education In addition to providing an oppor- tunity for exercise the Physical Edu- cation Department stressed the de- velopment of social maturity and sportsmanship. Course selections ran the gamut from health to hockey, from swimming to square dancing, and with a multitude of choices in between. A new program instituted this year allowed students to make all course selections at the beginning of the year through the use of the computer, This system alleviated con- flicts in scheduling. 1. Deck tennis remains a popular girls sport 2 Determinationisthe key tosuccess, 62 foo, s Wg, 'K 1 'Q-Nc'--'-':", , VA.,-mv 3,4 Q., A Na lvl I 1, , ' an ' .':i,.?:1. . J.-Meg, 1 ' t 'S.1,7.i?2-K : la"i'Av -5 's'7'!'f,5!'f5..." j ' ' ' ' , - a wr' .. V . 'VF X Hifi h ee f 5 f-Sli? 5' in A 'qi . I rio .lwp l ,W w 0"' , - ,f ,"N,,',.1"' 11 ' .V f U . -Q7-7' gf, , ,a ,.,, sf' .' g , s',' , Q A 1" -' . ' A lf-'-" ' .,, -fl 5,1-,V , Rug? ' .., his? .. I I I 95:4 " ' 1 i. 1.1 I Ig- -wtf A an lf xv' . -. ww 4. ,QQ-1-f.,",S1?m ,swf .. L.,-,te .:.-3 Q , Ngfffga "Vi N P P -W .-4, uw ' 571 5 . X- -419' V' . ,.,...nr-N e Q -Q 1' - 'Win' , K ,,A. . V g..5,. i",Q-,ca-' -.5--Q-N .E-,Q!,1:,, W, I 5 M 'i.:'i'H'!fLL,fe-fgffv-+:'ff' fq1,'1'2', 1 '. , ' -' .WJ Gu-ff .- 5 -f f,l-,,,.,:.'..t3'I ' A 'tv Nly"?xx'z" - - - Q Ppfisi' id' '3"'5' v av- .Y - 5 , edw- ' .4 ,Q Q 'Alia A. ,f Sai'-.Q K L41 . 4. e - ,3-fir. ff-- - ey- -. - he f. a . , .flxzlil Zfnlxwiv J 'swings-Nwip, Ql,,.gZlvn.V'fF'.d:e ff' 1. 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W, ,sv Q I -A-1'-X: :'f1'5,2., 'xg - - I ROIJEN Ramlow Vic R-35511 J .X .IX x N- , vi T Joseph Rodriguez 1. The uneven bars 'his Euclid gymnist. -,F----' . I le? Chet Roieck F 'ovide a challenge for 63 Librar Much like a college facility in miniature, Euclids lihrarv provides resource teachers meeting activities. panded materials tor' students and a quiet place to study and a place for special classroom This vear the librarv ex- its cataloging system to include materials such as tilmstrips. slides. tapes records, and other non- printed media in order to service hetter its users. The relatively new media center, installed tivo years ago, also provided a popular wav to study or spend leisure time. This vear all these facilities were under the super- vision ot a new head lihrarian, Margaret Burns. v 5 fx ft , 'T ,Q -as S3 n f-it A 'i ' K I A Margaret Burns ,lanet Butler 1' fs T X ' or fv- , . I' . 'P , ' .,.,.. f - t"" , :ZX .rr 321 f is-he n 7, - - N1err.DoQte: MargaretLucas O Q 5 rv- . I A : 7 I, I . 31,1 ' ' ,T , l,.1.':rN11"llf:. Kurtfjanlord 64 S ' D 1 .xx X xx .X N xx,- 1 ffffr ,Q - ',...,, 4., 29.5215 ,L if Media Technician With the advent of television and the widespread use of visual aides in the classroom, the audio-visual technician with a crew of assistants schedule, preview, and repair equip- ment for over 150 teachers eight periods a day, for five days a week. Locating lost equipment, replacing worn parts, and reviewing the latest trends in A-V becomes exciting and challenging as the seasons pass. Always ready to assist, these people make learning more enjoyable as well as meaningful. fs-6 '+L - y A 5' s . FM H' F?" x i Y- 'Z ,V lf- - i U J Ippy .i n tg Donna Baumeister Margaret Schultz ,. 'V' its 'eas- ,... 2 'Qt . ., Judith Simonich Jeanne Sliter Foriegn Language Each year, many students take courses in a foreign language. Be it French, German, or Spanish, the goal is the same: to master the lan- guage, and through mastery improve communications and relations be- tween all people. Students also learn about the culture and the people of the land they are studying, and thus learn more about their own heritage. This year, the department again offered a trip abroad in the spring for all language students through the Institute for International Living, providing a real life situation. 1. Kurt Banford, Media Technician in action. 2. The library provides resources for students and teachers. 3. The media center provides additional learning aids. 4. Jeanne Sliter, language teacher. Av' 1 r Q2 Xa' . .1 gb 'iff l .41 Ronald Chambers ,lohn Eichhorn 'N .., , s, 4 s rv- 0 Y '- t i- + ., ,' 1 2 -... ve l john Cermock .l-'imES Goebel Sv. Q: ,ix 15" ' V v- 5-Q. as X .53-fltiifi. Richard . Hungerford Milt Kadlec I it i '-2 ic if 'f' 'l 'lx ,X LQ l I 'H , Ray Montani Herb Nold ex Y 1 wi,-f A ,X ag--. - do i . 1 AlGalicki it -9, -. V - 1' l Tom Hoffart QM ahh at H' .rf fl.- 122- ' Nur Embert Martin ,Lx i s if 'v , ij. t.:. ,I l n,lc v john Supance Industrial Arts Changing economy and lifestyles have changed some of the educational ways at Euclid. Classes that prepare the individuals for jobs are becoming more and more evident. Orientation and job training are avaliable here before high school years end, devel- oping young people who are ready For and specialized in various types ofemploymentaftertheygraduate. 1 Aspiring mechanic learns more about his career 2. Industrial Arts teacher Frank Passarella working with his students. 3, Home Ec students are skilled in the fine artofdressmalcing. Wslll ffl , ,K . -xx , if ,,...--- ..-1-I -'i" ' Home Economics Students enrolled in home eco- nomics have the opportunity to explore and experience the many areas of homemaking. It is the pur- pose of this department to guide the students not only in the devel- opment of skills, but also in the formation of attitudes and appre- ciations which will lead them to happier and more successful lives. Students in this department can choose courses in clothing, foods, family living, and vocational child care as best suit their needs and goals in the coming seasons. i fa ff' nr- vi -Q-. k c Al ' 'rffj 'f Brenda Barker Elaine Lokar -A E .Vx 'AN 'PN " . Pat Murrish Ellen Niclcman t 3-fi .- - t -iw r ' ' ' P 'K my ' -- . 'T 0- Lf , ' ft" if S YQ," ' If -,- -or 5:5 qv ' ' Ii i? 5 1 , as f-, ,.-we. 1212-1- if r -1-Wfffff'--" :H-'d-z'::f:f Vinita O'Donnell Bonnie Pl'iC9 1. The Survey, programs, and many forms were produced as future printers were trained by Mr. Galici. 2. Richard Patton demonstrates his drafting techniques. 3. The guys in metal shop do their stuff. 67 Art For the student seeking self-ex- pression through visual media, art classes offer many different experi- ences. Classes in crafts, sculpting, and fine arts help students to express their inner feelings in a creative way to give pleasure to others, as well as to themselves. This years phase courses widened the program so more students could do more things. The success of this program can be seen in the fact that it is to be continued. 1 4 . '1 . K K.: H Antoinette .-Xraca Diane Wiersba c, . - ,, P .... 1 C Fred Vollman Music, the language of the soul, can be heard in many phases of school life throughout the year. From Varsity Chorale to the jazz Band, from the Marching Band to Orches- tra, from the first ball game to the final spring concert, the beat goes on, Practice begins in August before the first bell rings and goes on for the rest of life for many of Euclids musicians. ff 'H 0 X lin A " ,ev 'V' - A gf ,-' I Sam Taylor I Eafri ar! student conrentrates on an individ ual nblefr toslfetch 2 Diane Wiersbak art class-a study in CYffi1Yl'f'1Y'ff' 68 ff .r s 2 lt S M Occupational Education Meeting the needs of the individual has become a meaningful curriculum for many of Euclid's students. How- ever, for a select group of students this curriculum means more than a philosophy-it is a method of learn- ing and experiencing. Through actual work experience, students develop skills they will use in life. They take jobs in local businesses, train for some jobs here in school, and gain valuable experience through inter- views and social contacts. A staff of dedicated people work daily to meet the needs of these students so they can be prepared to meet their futures. as as , y ,s v f-v ' '- Bill Attamante Frank Fowler f H S-1 'S H fi' Joyce Hatter 1. Robert Hutson-Music. 2. Mr. Sydow and Kathy Bonfield ham it up. 69 .5-.., 'r ,...... .vi f BehhulThe ' .g' ,,gt , Scenes Behind the scenes at Euclid, many people perform duties essential to student life. Nourishing meals, clean rooms, lighted hallways, hot water, air-conditioning, clear driveways and entrances-all of these services stu- dents talce for granted and have come to expect. With an outstanding staff of dedicated people-cooks, custo- dians, cleaning staff, nurses, parapro- fessionals, and electricians-Euclid High ranks number one! r x .1 xp" sv- ""4"' Kr: like Q-', i 'R is i' if f Regina FellmanR.N. Grace Civic R.N. -515 ,, x- A- it ' X I' r john Schellin Treas. 1. Euclid's cafeteria ladies provide balanced lunches every day. 70 1-WJ' ,. L .,, A mtg Ag ry, . ,ty Us H, x '-:wil M ,N-5rlr'lf?2Q?'S , 'RV' . t . A -4 X. l C. -NN . X , , it ix ' ,tr 4,4--N ' . la-w f 'S ,t .. - 1. X5 tt..-,vt -if S., 41. :P M if .I -I ,H 1 W, l . al g 4. X S rg 1 Cafeteria Employees ROW 1: LEFI' TO RIGHT Mollie Hoffart, Carole Mocney, Sadie Taylor, Winnie Modic, Frances Tavenier, Rose Haines, Lois Brow, ,lean Skolaris. ROW 2: LEI-T TO RIGHT Elizabeth Zimmerman, Catherine Wirsing, Mavis Kopach, Ruth Cha- brand, Mae Kolesar, Pauline Turk, Nina Pietran- tozzi, Ann Mikovich, Carol McDonough, jean Sterling, Margaret Tanski, Margaret Brooks. l U N 5 1.5 .1 t. Il 1 'lw QT .,, N 'ja .A IPF aff-f 1 v ..h 1. Custodial Staff. 2. Paraprofessionals-Thelma lmm, Ethel Barbish, Jeanette Katz. 3. Mr. Louis Recher-Paraprofessional. 4. Grace Civic-Nurse. y V , 'XJ We x.- ROW 3: 1.EI"l' TO RIGHT, Charlene Gervasi, Mary Markovich, Laura Meyer, Mary Urgeleit, Clara Kuzmic, Anne Schepke, Helen Chudzik, Mildred Som- rak, Lucy Glavac, Vida Perme. F' 4 1 Yfff .. - E' "Nz 1. rw? E E' 6 ' 1. ' --iff!! f 14 !f .f 1 ,- ff ' I v ,- ' '- e , 11 41 2 " :lf .lf- .fjg 1525 -. -Zwffizf .QM-.Q-v., ':'?':Y"- , - , . " 5153525 r 2 Nj' , N:'.211.Q j - -:,'-'-I.. , V -' xr.: :- ,,' . . . X ,N- i . . A up . . 'wx hxxx -rw A QI. if turf. as. r E K' Q.. lv we s - A '...' . - 5? -3 -' M X 71 winter winter wii nter winter wint er winter winter' winter winter wi nter winter wint er winter winter' winter winter wi nter winter wint er winter winter winter winter wi I r XL gf 'fb 714, arsit Basketball The Panther Basketball team enjoyed success this season in the battle with Maple Heights and Eastlake North for the CCC title. The team's most evident asset was its towering height with 6'9" senior Rich "Chickie" Yonakor and 6'8" sophomore Cliff Kirchner, winning the battles of the boards. In addition, senior co-captains Tom Harrell and Brian Feiock proved invaluable to the contribution towards the team's string of victories. 5. i W -,V 1 'N' 'fQ5gi'?'5r P i Life E? Y , W 74 14 1, x r 'A ' in K 'ov Varsity Basketball Scores Euclid Oppt 40 Geneva 34 74 61 Solon 54 52 52 Willoughby South 48 62 77 Eastlake North 52 67 61 Bedford 52 72 55 Maple Heights 56 91 51 Mentor 59 58 Upper Arlington 62 74 57 Mayfield 45 51 55 Brush 64 62 74 Willoughby South 58 43 60 Eastlake North 61 Bedford Maple Mentor Wickliffe Mayfield Brush Tournaments Willoughby South Riverside Orange Eastlake North District Runner-Up 61 61 52 71 63 72 72 49 58 43 1. Anticipation mounts as the Panther team prepares to rebound the ball. 2. A flying Panther leaps to put a lay-up in the net as the Geneva team watches in distress. 3. Reaching out to dunk the final points is Brian Feiock. 4. John Trommetter responds under pressure as he aims for a foul shot. 5. With the powerful thrust and concentration of an offensive star, Tom Harrell sets up. 6. Chickie Yonakor towers over a Bedford player as he attempts to score. I l i 1,111 .I . 1 2: 1 , iii ,nj 4: 3. -ell. i f F r 'P' 'E J -vm-Arnx-K-H..1,-,M ,, 1.0110 , 54 ' pl l -e-M me . -. :...::g.x. ,nm Ltililln 50 , h ...,-,,,...... 1 'T g li ' QQ 45- Q gll I ff A 1 7. -. l X ' 'K 75 ' ani 'I l ' Yi-Nly . . Basketball The JN. Basketball team finished respectably to end their first year in the CCC. Engleharts 'Gremlins' were full ot talent, hut faced difficult teams and played under pressure this season. They possessed desire and drive which spurred their attendance of daily practices. Despite good and had games, they heat the toughest team in their league, Maple Heights. I.V. Scores Euclid 26 51 52 53 52 48 44 30 43 Geneva Solon South North Bedford Maple Hts. .. , Mentor U.Arlington . . . Mayfield Oppt. 41 43 57 38 43 52 41 33 35 Brush South North Bedford Maple Hts Mentor Wiclcliffe Mayfield Brush -X 111 76 1. Dave Linane goes in for a layup to the distress ofthe opposing team. 2. jim Stenicki gets a jumpball from the Geneva opponent. 3. Tony Centa goes up for a quick two points in the first game of the season. 4. Mike Lynn sets up a successful foul shot. Ng ,A uw XM' KWSN ' ' Q AN 77 f . M5431 g..4 Hockey A third-place finish in the Navy Christmas Tournament brought Euclid High its first hockey trophy. A 5-4 victory over Parma in the tournament's consolation game clinched the spot. Led by senior captain Todd Morgan, the young club continued to improve and, in its quest, reach parody with perenial powerhouses Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights. Euclid faced its toughest schedule ever because of the new divisional alignment. The many returning players, along with Euclid's improved youth hockey program, give Euclid hockey a bright future. BOTTOM ROW: Dan Farizel, Dave Carlson, Les Mac Leod, John Barta Coach Alex Dzerowicz, Todd Morgan, Ken Krsolovic, Boris Nastasich Ken Walsh. 2nd ROW: Manager Ed Sheridan, Brad Kuzik, Mike Thomas Evan Nunally, Scott Wilson, Tom Ljubi, Brent Figuera, Denny Dixon 3rd ROW: Don Heimsoth, Doug Koller, Gene LaValley, Chuck Ljubi Dom DiVincenzo. I 1' J, lsr. get ',q., - f 1 2 Rfem I ,, ei A 1 175 l A Euclid goalie gloves the opponent's attempted goal to prevent a score. Two goalkeepers geared for action-preventing the opposing team from scoring. Two icers check each other in an attempt to keep each other from assisting their teams. Chuck Ljubi prepares to pass the puck to another teammate in a drive to score. Hockey Scores Euclid Opponent Euclid Oppgnem 10 ...... St. Joseph ...... 1 5 ..... Olmsted Falls 1 r....... Padua ........ 10 4 ...... Normandy. 1 ......... Kent ..,..... 2 4 ..... Rocky River 1 .... University Hts. ..... 5 3 .... North Olmsted ..... 4 5 ..... Garfield Hts ....... 5 12 . . .Willoughby South. . . .3 8 ...... St. joseph ....... 2 6 ...... Lakewood ....... 4 2 ...... Shaker Hts. ...... 9 2 ..... Cleveland Hts ..... 15 YE., lf. 1 L-ct ,tl ' 25 Q. ag 6. .ir 13 ' 1 N . 3 41- 'M N- e-- t y' .ags .QA- Q It X r "" -. 4 :fa - .s . N s' Q 5 ...... G arfield Hts. 2 8 ..... ..,......Kent... Bay Village. 3 ...... Shaker Hts. Post-Season Tournaments 9 ......,. Parma. . . 3 ........ Padua . , . jxur galil' ,.. Q . x af .ti S 42 D 'ig 1 2 - 1- Vww ',,,..,,,..au- 'Y EUCLID 44 -XT Wrestling The Panther Crapplers combined their inborn talents with acquired skills in pinning opponents on their way to a victorious season. Inspired by the leadership of Coach Roger Brown, exhilarating performances were consistently turned in by seniors Dale Noles, Mark Novosel, John South, and Mark Wandersleben. Underclassmen also put forth effort for the team cause. The j.V.'s also worked extremely hard to defeat their opponents and gain ex- perience in hopes of joining the Varsity team the coming year. BC BOTTOM ROW: john South, Mike Cefaratti, Randy Turk, Paul Danne- miller. 2nd ROW: Joe Grebenc, Dan Stermole, James Potocnik, Randy South. 3rd ROW: Jeff Wanchisn, Dale Noles, Mark Wandersleben, Mark Novosel. BOTTOM ROW: Adam Shunk, jack Downer, John Miller, White Black, John Ma ruder. 2nd ROW: Mark Sti kovich, Daryl Fanney, Tom Apple S P ' ton, Joe jarmuszkiewicz, Wally Stipkovich, Dick Burrows. 3rd ROW: Fred Woods, Brian Remona, Jim Hunt, john Ussai, Mike Christopher, Ed Delaney. Ev Y4 1' 'Q F E N X. ill' Q as X 'X LQ pu- 1. Mark Wandersleben scores a take-down for the Euclid cause. Panther grappler rolls his opponent for a pin. Ay 4. Grueling determination and desire is shown on the face of Jeff 38 ""' Wanchisn. 37 .... 43 .... 18 .... 2.6 .... Z7 .... 26 ...... 2,7 .,.,.. 15 ...... 7 ...... Varsit Wrestling Scores 3. Another victory posted by senior Dale Noles. Euclid Opponent Richmond Heights ....Chardon .....Bedford..... ......Brusn...... Willoughby South ...,... . .Eastlake North. . . .Maple Heights. . .....Mentor.... ....Mayfield ... . . . ,Wickliffe . . . -q?........ A Indoor Track TIHCI4 SCOIQS Straining, concentrating, achieving, and excelling are the trademarks of Euclid's Indoor Track team on its way to yet another successful season. Excellent efforts by our guys and girls made for enthralling and exciting victories in the relays, sprints, field events and endurance runs. This year, through the efforts of co-captains Adrian Grif- fin, Mike Chase, and Tom Wandersleben, the team won their lwth straight home meet and continued their string of victories which began before the indoor track was built. Euclid Oppt St. Ignatius Strongsville Wickliffe Walsh Jesuit West Geauga John Adams East High Glenville Euclid Invitational-1st in field of 8 teams . Euclid Oppt, 49 W 19 V1 39 21 IA 58 18 20 V2 41 34 4 1.14 ..ia ,,+. Q? I A r H I Indoor Track: BOTTOM ROW: John Lusoski, Adrian Griffin, Tom Wan- dersleben, Mike Chase, Elaine Petkovsek, Margaret Wade. 2nd ROW: Ken Schanz, Rick Seale, Cliff Kime, Steve Pyle, Jim Stuber, Mike Schudel, Rich Ubl, Bob Maxwell. 3rd ROW: Mike Fabec, Spencer Brady, TJ. An- derson, Bob Gold, Dave Ulepic, Scott Wilson, Joe Frech, Jim Drobnick, Jim Schmidt, John Lesnick, Phil Bradac, jack Thomas. 4th ROW: Chris Dole, Rick Penicka, Steve Resar, Rich Jambor, Rick Owen, Don Bohn, Larry lnsana, Walt Wolski, Mike Tyler, Craig Basler, jill Groudle, Dawn Woodruff, Bill Kobetitsch. 'r K I -' .4 'yu 1 at 1 1 il K -4! N vi X rr 3lC'C?' ' is all il-,,,. :ml ...-'- 3' - K . X , x E ,-f' I .. X., ,,. ' X X-v -.- 1 1 .... 1. Bob Maxwell clears the high jump bar. 2. Halbedel, Ramlow, and Soltez celebrate on the occasion of the 1oorh victory on the indoor track with cream pies and Reddi-Whip. 3. Dawn Woodruff jumps another hurdle during one of the many practices. 4. Adrian Griffin logs another mile in his trek for continuing first place finishes. 83 , 5315 16:2 eo V gd as" ' ' .P '16 K 46. -if' 1 C -- f c -. C slfir-:. 'L S 0 0 VarsityScores Euclid Opponent The Varsity Swim team boasted 10-2 overall record, lg? Hijxlizn and tied for fourth in the Bedford Relays. Records were Q3 Fairview 79 shattered throughout the season as seniors Tom Hieber, 87 Ugivxerpitytlggs. 135 Brian Katz, Mark Mahnic, joe Cerer, juniors Scott Wise, 132 Maglzngtsl 32 Mike Pyle, Bob Ross, and sophomore Mike Glaser were 90 R0ckyRiver gg outstanding in their events. Sophomore Mike Donly and 131 MaYfi'fld 40 junior Monte Carlo did a fantastic job in diving. Coach ggi QQSQQSQ ZZ Rodriguez felt great pride in his team, which was unde- 107 Midpark 64 feated in the Greater Cleveland Conference, claiming first 122 Bfush 45 place honors in the league. The 1. Vfs, inspired by the Var- sity swimmers, also had a 10-2 record, to the delight of coach Harry Siskind. 84 Euclid 97 30 104 88 49 125 100 124 96 101 103 122 J.V. Scores Opponent Berea 49 Hawken 53 Fairview 63 University Hts. B0 U. Arlington 122 Maple Hts. 20 Rocky River 60 Mayfield 30 Mentor 31 Bedford 71 Midpark 67 Brush 32 TN. 5 u- gbiiwo Ml'bvQv4..!ix J: S -sv 'v r Mfr ' ' l fm . . -. . ,: si. '1'e-1Q"Y?f' -" ,s- . QR. . .Mx .-, ' -,,,., ig " A V l azz:-nu..-- T. -As, . A ., Q - -21 , 5'-,fs 1 4. - QQ 4- T Qs - Q '5 . if-3 vt. wg 1 5-eu v Q-, fjv- 'ut .-.- 'N-nm ,E If t- ,:- x--"' 3 Varsity Swim Team: BOTTOM ROW: Monte Carlo, Terry Brennan, Chuck Keay, Bill Rambeau, Scott Wise, Mike Pyle, Tom Hieber. 2nd ROW: Bill Mable, Brian Katz, Ken Dorsch, Bob Ross, Doug Jones, Roger Miller. 3rd ROW: Doug Niccum, Mike Glaser, Paul Luikart, joe Cerer, Mark Mahnic, Ron Anzells. aid the team cause, j.V. Swim Team: BOTTOM ROW: Pat Grieshammer, Eugene jaskiewicz, Curtis Gasser, Bob Clines. Znd ROW: Bob Leonhardt, Bob Nozling, jack jesberger, jeff Lane. HB, 1. Brian Katz prepares to flip-turn towards a victory for the Euclid tankers. 2. Euclid's swimmers and opponents dive in hope of good finishes to 3. Sophomore Mike Glaser is congratulated by Scott Wise, Mike Pyle and another swimmer after his spectacular finish. 85 , ,kay Girls' Swimming The Pantherettes swam to a 5-5 record this season. Under Coach Marcia Brown and co-captains Janet Motuza and Beth Hlavac, the girls finished Sth of 12 teams in the Orange Relays, were 3-3 in dual meet action, and were Znd twice in tri-meets. Other outstanding swimmers were sen- ior Cindy Reel, sophomores Eileen Busdiecker, Tory Neff, and Debbie Petrich, and divers Ginny Taylor and Denise Camp. " r 1 94... Scores B6 ........ Rocky River. . . ..... 81 101 ....... Maple Heights .,..... 71 109 .,......... Brush ..,.,..... 110 Warren G. Harding 57 Warren Western Reserve . .77 103 .......... Orange ..,. . . , . . 121 53 North Ridgeville B4 ......... Midpark ......... B7 37 .........,. Berea ......,.... 46 82 ..... Cleveland Heights ..... B8 STANDING: QL TO RJ Laura Kessler, Debbie Petrich, Jeanine Rupsic, Carol Dallos, Sharon Prileson, Lisa Friedel, Barb Kirchner lmanagerj. SITTING: Diane Arter, Sue Roeder, janet Motuza, Eileen Busdiecker, Don- na French, Denise Camp, Ginny Taylor, Tory Neff, Janet Berlan, Sally Orton, Patti Golinski, Cindy Reels. MISSING: jenny Gephart, Sue Heimsoth, Beth Hart, Beth Hlavac. M., -...1... 4 L - - Girls' Cross Countr The girls' cross country team, only in their second sea- son, achieved a 4-0 record in dual meets. Led by senior Elaine Petkovsek, the Panthebrettes never finished less than half-way through the field. Petkovsek was also undefeated for the season and set a new 1Vz mile record at Sims Park. Other- outstanding runners were senior Margaret Wade, junior Kathy Rossman, and sophomore Dawn Woodruff. Scores Euclid Opponent 49 15 ...,. James F. Rhodes ........ 16 ....,.,, Mayfield , , ....,.... 46 16 ..,,, john Marshall ...,.... 43 16 .... Lumen Cordium ,.....,, 43 Akron Firestone lnvit. john Marshall lnvit. Willoughby South lnvit. Wadsworth Invitational Chagrin Falls lnvit Kent Roosevelt lnvit. 6th of 12 lst Of 4 3rd of 8 3rd of 7 Ist of 9 2nd of 9 151.532 ' -1- A , TOP ROW: CL TO RJ Kathy Rossmann, Pam Znidarsic, Don- na Szabo, Karen Shultz, Mar- garet Wade. Znd ROW: Marlene Truslcolaski, Dawn Woodruff, Elaine Petkovsek, Lynne Sample, Angela Buanno. MISSING: Sue Knight and Marilyn Zaletel Qmanagersl. n 87 irl T nnis Coached by Arlene Carter, the 1975 girls' tennis team smashed their way to a winning season, though they were Scores ......Beaumont .,.....Hawkens...... ......GlenOaks..... G s' e Euclid Opponent 4 ....... Mayfield ...... 1 1 4 2 3 5 0 2 3 beaten twice by Hawkens and three times by Beaumont. They aggresively returned flying balls and left heir oppo- nents astonished at their dexterity. The girls not only com- peted against other teams but against each other for top spots in the lineup. Top singles winners were Debbie Williams, with a 9-O record, and captain Julie Jordan. ......Beaumont..... 5 ...... bien Oaks ..... 0 ...... Hawkens ...... 1 ...... Beaumont ..... 3 ........ Solon ....... 4 ...... I Mayfield ...... 3 ........ Solon ....... BOTTOM ROW: QL TO R1 Mary Kay Wolinski, Patty Noel, Anita Zak, Chris Cole, Tracy Bidding- er. 2nd ROW: Lynn Roberts, Gail Eroskey, Amy Hill, Julie Jordan, Debbie Williams. .X at ' Y -,,,. .--.-. Q.. ............ , ,D .-.o4.--- as ... "T" -- --.-........-Q -.. -., ' --'- . . . -Q-Q.. .,.,..- ---.Q . a. . ssvvqygb -v Q... ,,,,. 4 -..---s. .--.... .. ,,- ...-.qoknf-.,E,., N .-..--.,.-s.-s.qa.- ' 1' '- 1 5 -A, 3, wg- Lf: 'T ' f Y..A 'H 5 V 79" 88 wp' ,5 ,lu WTP 'iz 1 Girls' Volle ball y Scores The 1975 girls' volleyball team fell victim to several suc- cessful teams but came out on top with a 4-3 record. The team, coached by Miss Whieldon, worked vigorously to gfgigrd 12 improve skills that came easy only through hard work and Mayfield 14 dedication. Euclid had the opportunity to host the state Eastlake N0rlh 6 tournament this' year. Although our team was eliminated menfor . 7 a el'-lei hts 15 early, it was a good experience for all who participated. wiffoughbi South 11 wa fE2C5U x .EUENU 'T 1 5 ilfnl xi-1 lg ,Q fucun I3 BOTTOM ROW: KL TO Rl Patti Dietrich, Cenute Vaiginis, Lori Breskvar, Debbi Gawor. 2nd ROW: Mary D'Amico, Sandy Stankiewicz, Holly Hanson, Laura Wardeiner, Donna Lor- ence, Diana Ortman. 3rd ROW: Mary Ellen Turk, Io Anne Bokar, Carrie Franko. l . I I Girl's Basketball The exciting spirit of the Girls' Basketball team com- bined with their skills and led to many successful games. Coached by Miss Buck, the girls aggressively bounded to- wards their goal and tasted sweet victory as winning bas- kets were put into the net. The girls combined a well- patterned offense, a pressing defense, and hustled up and down the court to end its season with its share of wins. The members of the team practiced long hours to have a winning season. J. V. Basketball: QL TO RJ: Karen Schultz, Muff Truskolaski, Barb Swan- singer, Kathy Massaro, Marilyn Zalatel, Mary D'Amico, Holly McClurg, Joanne Bokar, Sue Knight, Peggy Eyman, and Kathy Kosovich. Varsity Basketball: BOTTOM ROW: Donna Zaller, Holly Hanson, Kathy Ross- man. 2nd ROW: Laurie Foreman, Donna Szabo, Debbie Williams, Kathy Sands, Sandy Stankiewicz. , v-1 EH' 9 euwfi 'N' J .12 .gl 'W 'gf qs In 37? c S Girls I.V. N-I 90 EUULIU eucuu 25 sucun 53 G gli!!! G mnastics Competitive Wai apolo Intricate moves combined with personal flair, ex- pressed the Gymnastic team's pride as they presented their interpretations of required moves through exhilara- ting performances. Coached by Laurie Carlberg, graceful performances by Sandy Noel, Ginny Taylor, and Sandy Vanah and anxious anticipation for posting of scores held the team spellbound. BOTTOM: janet Young, Ginny Taylor, Sandy Vanah. 2nd ROW: Debi Downing, Beth Thompson, Karen Karlan, Connie Reese, Lyneah Breslin- var, Kim Krawczyszyn, Mary Ann Mikovich, Pam Shaffer. 3rd ROW: janet Craig, Donna Janes, Audrey Zupancic, Sandy Noel, jean Czyzycki, Denise Camp, Carol Kernya, Patty Noel. I . -'ATE rig, " xref: : T7 . I- B -gil l , L V . Q V With precision timing and pointed toes, the eight Wai Napolo women competed against other schools in the area. Despite recurrent cases of bloodshot eyes, chlorinated hair, and water-logged noses, they learned to work as part of a team, as well as to develop individual achievements. SITTING: Karen Cooke, Debbie' Kowalkowski, Denise Camp, Lora Hlabse. STANDING: Val Tancredi, Jodi Holloway, Therese Burke, Annette Eeckhout. ' 4, Q 1 , ' fx 91 Winter Festival An evening with Valentine hearts and Cupiclis arrows set the scene for the Crystal Palace. The 1970 leap year crowned a King and a Queen along with a court which provided a perfect atmosphere for the Winter Festival Dance. "Bach" entertained throughout the evening for the couples. 'ah . 57' LQ, 9 - . r :fin 1154 Z I em, 'f , cl-b rx, 1 ir Q iii: N94 " s 5 i- x , 5 5 X I, 55 T Ldiwd 'Wa' ' I jr Attendant Beth Telich K-Y L . ., .L ' g,, I -V T ,134 I .-'-1: . 4 if L: .IJ fAvf'1" ,'V I-!1ig,?!'.1'v,b va' A f 5-5""l?bb' 'i --,,.,1u1. Q . , ...' ., -My ' 'Q ' . -. . -'4 , . - '-,Y . ' - , I ' 7 l I z- u..4 .T '1. 5 , Queen ofHearts:Deb1Attwood Kmg of Hearts Matt McDonald , I r 'I . Q K KL L . . ,VL . . A. 'K . ,g.' ., fl In-y,'y 'LQ :- I hu ,Aqy 1 Ly J.. , , . U Q .I ' 'rfh i ' t A ' . rg- f 5195'- Q- ."":-Arn .I : a-ff' wif - , 'f H'-, Q :r.C'- 4 N ' -u ZA' 1 - . A, ' eg :fy df . 4 ' as ' I 3, ',. ' " ' .. ,-,,1 1 I L 1' " ,'f4,f 1 1- JM ,3 . if kit, .,F.zn.'? in . 'pei' -1 ', 3 - K fl ANL' Y I 'WJ L., 1 hh I 44 P -r Sophmore Attendant: Larry Insanna 31-1- l C? 4.9 Sr. Attendants: Paula Moriarty and Emmett Benedum Sr. Attendants: Ginny Taylor and john South , ,.,,,.-- ,Mf- '1-4 . 95 1 I Student Council Student Council worked hard and had a very productive year. To raise money for remodeling the E-room the club intro- duced non-food vending machines to the student center. They also were respon- sible for revising the Spirits Club into "Go Bananas" and organized many stu- dent pep assemblies. Christmas food baskets, Homecoming and Winter Festi- val dances also were planned contribu- tions of the Student Council members. Having a student suggestion box, using it as a constructive instrument to meet the needs of the students all proved to be accomplishments of this year's Student Council. F f r I I P , ., , f Mr, Manburg-co-advisor of Student Council ,f -. Student Council Officesr: President Paula Moriarty, Treasurer Brenda Skoda, Vice President Laura Sibert and Secretary Halle Conway. v ' 7 E' H' L r ! L S f f' 3 r ,1 Mr. Lowe-co-advisor of Student Council The following are members of Student Council: Carol Baur, Mike Belviso, Linda Boettcher, Lindy Bratina, Lois Buck, Judy Burns, ,lim Cervenka Leslie Conley, Halle Conway, Annette Criado, Mary Cunningham, Sandy Ditomaso, Donna Ellenbest, Debbie Fink, Larry Insana, Sue Kozel Cheryl Lantz, Linda, Leonhardt, Mark Mahnic, Mary Mavsar, Beth McCraith, Matt McDonald, Paula Moriarty, Sue Naninger, Laura Neff Nancy Nemecek, Monica Otcasek, Mary Pavis, Ann Payne, Diane Pierle, Nancy Pred, Sandy Reid, Ron Ryavec, Liz Sawyer, jeff Schellentrager ,loan Siansenelo, Laura Sibert, Connie Sims, Brenda Skoda, Becky Stephens, Debbie Stephens, Amy Stoch, Bonnie Urgeleit, Marian Wallace Joyce Washura, Kevin Wasilko, Pat Wilson, Lynne Wuthiett, Sharon Young, Chris Zaletel, Sue Znidarsic. , is XA ,,,, ff' 1 GAA This years GAA participated in the many athletic games played after school. For the first time ever the girls organized co-ed crab soccer teams. This broke the long tradition of all-girl intramural. The CAA sponsored a basketball game be- tween the Cleveland Indians Baseball team and the teachers of Euclid to raise money. The game was a success in both entertaining and raising money. The girls also sold T-shirts and had bake sales to add to their revenues that were used for awards, uniforms and a banquet at the end ofthe vear. XIX fy lg T X 'XJ oem N i 'Lo X g ' ,rf - l 2NEl Q fr ff . 1163 5 .iii E yiit i 98 J, ew? G4 'if S 5- 9- , . - ,.,.'av'1'1 - - e -'ia .. - gg Q ':-fffgv '-.4 as H fj: gusts? A150529-milf . .. -'TG 'V 'K fn?-11-,g'f'fQ fri ' 1-P nl' ' -:'fr 41:s..:44-Jw' Mvzfwrif-4:-ameiii' , 'L. " wan. vw ., , G.A.A. Members: FRONT: Treasurer, Sue Rado, Membership and Points, Dianne Konchan, Secretary, Donna Lorence, Vice President, Laura Wardeiner, President, Susan Nainiger, Sports Coordinator, Sue Znidarsic, Board Member, Laurie Foreman. SECOND ROW: Debbie Williams, Donna Ellenbest, Linda Lisi, Linda Glick, Peggy Eyman, Patty Brockman, Johanna Balasko. THIRD ROW: Janice Markham, Beth Sawyer, Judy Bohn, Janice Schall, Lori Breskvar, Gina DeRose, Peggy Rinderle, Jean Czyzycki. FOURTH ROW: Linda McLaughlin, Lynn Carapic, Elaine Petkovsek, Karen Miller, Mary Holmes, Heather Stump, Lauren Parsons, Kim Krawczyszyn, Pam Znidarsic. FIFTH ROW: Karen Schultz, Beth Stephens, Chris Cole, Sandy Stankiewicz, Marilyn Zalatel,Donna Szabo. 99 Cheerleaders The 1075-1070 Yarsity and ,lunior Varsity cheerleading, squads were among the hest to he seen at Euclid, Lecl hy :letlirated and untiring cap- tains the spirited crew put in many hours ot practice in the halls per- tecting their mounts, chants and cheers. Throughout the year, their enthusiasm and undying spirit kept the Panther tans alive and psyched the teams tor a victory. NS RQ' X.-X. S I 'Y Se .. Q Z3 3 r P' ,-aa -- s,,,,s N 54 r .3 52 I K, 5 O ,I.Y. Cheerleaders: FRONT ROYV, ll. TO Rl: Beth Telich, Lorraine Matuch, Diane Schulz. B.-ACK ROW IL TO Rl Evelyn Pana, Ruth Jerome, Karen Cooke. TOP ROW: Karen Terrill, -'owl v , UI. '25 Q , "4 K vi Q -gli iff Es 'rf ,925 li 1 aaaaa ' 'THE' fa- Sl. J as Varsity Cheerleaders: FRONT, CI. TO RJ: Laura Sibert, Vickie Cesen, Mary Zak. BACK ROW: Kay Thomas, Ka- thy Savage, Robin Lamm, Captain Kim Lombardi and Captain jan Patfield. 1 Q l if X C flfiia C ,w- ,frly . K. QQQKQQA QA Z- M9 ' QYH, 'F s 2 V. jr ,ff A ""'. fu- 1 xp: ' i I hxisi Rig 'U x IVY bl N1 -Q- ' ' ' . l.s . .af .. . ., ,, V wf,'f. 1 x , ez.. , Y ,. .. fygg. ' ' L.1- 'i-ffi'.4 J . .f -Q. . . .- . - .X LZ ' ' . V1 V, ,xg xi., Q,-fff?:f'3f"14"4L..jf 101 G X .Lv ' Senior Vocational Clerk Typists: tL TO Rl: FRONT ROW: Connie Reese, Donna Zaller, ,loanie Plovock, Candy Downing Alan Patfield. BACK ROW: Connie Nelson, Stephanie Gurzic, Linda Fraley, Joann Sibert, Debbie Pierse Laurie Raggetts, Anne Paine. Q i- 06 t -.H l ,121 junior Vocational Clerk Typists: QL TO RJ: Linda Mikolich, Barb Dalton, Doreen Miller, Lori Hol- , 24111 L-M44 'V combe, Ruth Crabinski, Sue Huelsman, Barb Mandato, Cheryl Warner, Brigette Prause, Michele , ff' T ,, Vidra, Mrs. M. Huefner. ABSENT: Terri Churchill, Anne Candela. ,v' agar? 5-."' ' - P -Q 'L ' .-A 102 L, V. 2' 2 1 we -s I ,.,....-iii" V. - .1 , I . Q f l P f. J , ',' M 'C .-41"l", ' ll '- .5 . TX "1 . .. Q ..., , . , 4- 'f-Ja -' -9- sq:-.1, . .,. ,Z . :. ., .f 4 1- 'TU'-6--.-I -' M -3, -any .- ,l 11 .1-. f ," - . C ' 1':?afEsX F','?:..-.-,. ff, f :TH if .,..-l is ,:.WlE:N..:v --i.-ty iift.. ,IJ .. f -1:3 "-'4"'::. ' ' - '- ' . ' .I 41s QSDTAXE ':1'.:'0'?'i. f : ff v ,Jr , nf ,N 5 , ,f-,- .. "f - J ' 5 -. C xg C N 5.13 '11 . K ,Jax W 1 ,Agri -C--v vi .-". 1 l' A ' , s, Judy Hanlon. FRONT ROW: Janice Kerns, Dianne Junior Stenographers. Vasas, Kathy Geer, Carol Albanese, Debbie Zaller, Josie Strle. MIDDLE ROW: Diane Kavel Peggy Laycock, Bethann Miller, Mary Kotar, Fritzi Sansbury, Cindy Vohnout, Connie Cetinsky, Pam Wright, Anne Miller. BACK ROW: Kathy Cowling, Bev Bacon, Nancy Brass, Pam Golden, Diane Hausrath. ABSENT: Kim Ross and Darcy Ryder. i l J l x Q, T- .,.. F" ,, Both the vocational clerk typ- ists and stenographers are mem- bers of O.E.A. QOccupational Education Associationj. The two year programs stress intensified office skills such as filing, dicta- tion, typing and bookkeeping. Shorthand and its many uses is also emphasized in the steno- graphy program. Each class has one social affair per month. Can- dy and bake sales are just a few of the money raising projects that f'7-fl' contributed to their club funds. Senior Stenographers: FRONT ROW: Sharon Leinweber, Mary Haines, Betty Zagorc. SECOND ROW: A Cheryl Yaggie, Jan Webster, Cheryl Zetkulich, Kathy Criado, Lori Lisi, Dorothie Stalzer. THIRD ROW: 3 Pam Hall, Kathy Kirchner, Terry Moses Joanne Mramor, Margie Skupic, and Mrs. Sandy Regano. 103 l i . C.O.E. The students involved in the Cooperative Office Education classes attended school in the morning and then left for work at local business. This helped the members gain further skills in the business fields and prepared them for a career after high school. :As a club, they worked on various projects and became a close group by the time the school year was over. C OE Members: SITTING: Kathy Bergant, Mary Anne Finneley, Ginny Diaddario, Mary Saba, Cathy Fortunato. MIDDLE ROW: Joyce Kimack, Jan Zahurancilc, Kathy Benko, Terri Jirousek, Betty Jo Shutty, Lorrie Smith, Mr. Ben Sawyer. BACK ROW: Terri Kendro, Debbie Schall, Maria Czapliclti, Barbara Cavell, Betsy Calabrese, i I T T Q4 Key Club The Key Club helped many in need this year and showed much interest in the school by aiding Student Council at Thanksgiving when they donated their time and well earned money, entering a float in the Homecoming parade, and offering many dances throughout the year. The Key Club is associated with the Euclid Kiwanis Club and their main objective was service to the community. Along with the service was the fun, because when you enjoy what you do, you do a better job. In this Bicentennial year the Key Club planned to go "all out" on an exclusive project and were supported by the student body. I I C O E Members- SITTING: Patty Ferrell, Doreen Dackiewicz, Linda Boettcher, Cheryl Molesky, Iii ' i , " A Lora Schultz, Elizabeth Hoffert. MIDDLE ROW: Cindy Phillippe, Barb Harps, Denise Kirchner, - 1 E ,. . . Sue Baizel, Ann Cesar, Naomi Rash, Diana Derganc. BACK ROW: Joanne Johnson, Katherine Jakubisn, Donna Palubinskas, Cindi Glick, Laurie Kastelic, Lynne Ucic, Joella Kooser. NOT SHOVVN: Joanne Lach. -,' xl .R jr' ' 5 X A xi fr ,r-O' ai: Il- 1 I! H II. iT K swf? " D.E. Jewlery Sale. f J.. 11171157061 'f. 7' T774 7 X Key Club Members: BOTTOM, FRONT: Dennis Zerby, Mark Trella, John jue, Marty LaCava, Tom Anderson. BOTTOM TO TOP: Steve Zupancic, jim Schmidt, John Brodhacker, Bob Ross, Scott Wise, Bob Payne, Craig Basler, Dale Gulich, Bob Thomas, John Estok. BACK, BOT- Key Club Officers: FRONT: jim Switzer, Roger Miller. BACK' Dan TOM TO TOP: Bruce Lloyd, Bob Nozling, Dennis Wolowicki. Crawford, Kelvin Kester, jim Drobnick. ' XX V ,. N 5 9 44 I l A The 3 D.E.g FRONT: Tami Pascal, Ann Czyzycki, Gina Tutino, Chris Tekancic. MIDDLE: Cheryl jazbec, jill Kalves, Denise Mog, Karen Brehm, Debbie Kaufman. BACK: Darrell Reed, Linda D'Amico, Debbie Brown, Daneta Krizanovic, Jim Ellis, Mike McFadden, Mr. Sibert. D.E.C.A. The Distributive Education Club trained students interested in salesmanship and management. These members became familiar with the details of marketing, selling, and distributing. A major activity of the Club was their an- nual jewelry sale, a function that helped raise money and supplied the members with on-the-job ex- perience in their field of interest. 105 p F.B.I..A. fi .-F sumti mutation ,pgocms U T U R E USINESS EADERS MERICA F.B.L..-X. members com- peted in business skills through the district and state contest. Typing. shorthand, bookkeeping, and spelling were a few of the events which the students demon- strated their business skill abilities Selling candy helped to pay for part of the ex- penses at the annual con- vention which was held in downtown Cleveland in the Spring. FBLA Members' FRONT: Beth Hart Nancy Steinturth, Jeanine Rupsac BACK: Anita Augustine. Terry Yesel, Dawn Hector, Val pajrnzch NOT SHOVVN: Lynne Lf.: Pam Wright iff: Y? X ' J 'Qff-7 .I.E. Students involved in Education met every other Thursday. They were active in promoting special programs for elementary and jun- ior high students. ln the Spring the members had an observation day when they traveled to nearby schools and saw students in the classroom and experienced what teaching was really about, SLE. Members: FAR LEFT, FRONT: Karen Hutchinson, Lois Buck Liz Morvaji. BACK: Al Roller, John Furlong, Tim Rote. ABOVE: FRONT: Lisa Williams, Chuck Keay, jean Hasse. BACK: Joanne Oyaski, Kathy Torok, Kim Wintle. NOT SHOWN: Scott Easter, Becky Stephens, Deb Stephens. Y SEQ , A., . fs l.i:"5"':"1' , . fx W, A-T' :gf Student Store The workers of the student StOre supplied the students of Euclid with their necessary materials. They volunteered their services be- fore school and during study halls to work in the store. The student store provided a handy service for ...fl 5ms. those last minute needs such as paper, pens, and pencils. A few nice extras that the store offered were certs and cough drops. The success of the student store was due to the efficiency of the re- sponsible students. Student Store Workers: FRONT: Gwen Bashline, Debbie Bliss, Dave Turner, Sue Cundling, Kim Kaifesh. BACK: Rick Armstrong, Ted Fox, Chris Formica, Joanne Oyaski, john Furlong, Val Paynich. Lf' 'CD VET? 0000. 1 ' . 'I+ g f 1 Z. T' .2 XS' It " 1 .1 I 1. I 107 0.7 '13 f i i tt' it' il't't'l't't't'tttl'I'tt'lt1til l e 'irrrrrrrtmi lit 1 Vocational and Industrial Club This club was associated with the trade and industrial education program. The Club members attended school for halt of the day and then went to work at a job relating to their Field of interest. They were trained in a wide variety ul: areas, ranging, from law entorcers to meat cutters to nurses aids, The Club com- peted with regional organiza- tions in North Eastern Ohio and served the community through a program aiding dis- advantaged thildren. 108 o o o P A. And udlo Visual ids P A. and Audio Visual Aides served the school by setting up address systems at assemblies and furnishing video tapes as a learning media for classes. Far left, P.A. Aides: Doug Hodakievic, Roy Schneider, Doug Niccum, Brian Katz, Mr. Staines. Below, Audio Visual Aids: Brian Katz, Doug Niccum, Carl Hanson, Eric Hanson, Brian Cerbin, Ed Filby, jim Beidle. Rich Lisko, Doug Hadakievic. 'K QA?-QQ f f 5 l ,.S.g ' fi i' t ld t, w . 0. v":-web Q" 'Srl 4' T- fs I' ,QP K Y V ont xqnwikmi ' , ' 'V . s". ' T 'Q 1,,.Z?,E1.-:L .HQ I3-, . fi ',. ptr 1- KJ . , . M. ' ,ig m'F'V ,LE Qi A 5 I II' adio Club The Radio Club broadcasted this year with their WA8ZGE ham radio from the third floor of Euclid High. After school the club met to practice their radio technical skills. With a series of dots and dashes they learned a new way of communicating that could be used in their future careers. Many of the mem- bers hoped to go on to receive a first class f.C.C. license. 109 'tl-'1' y . i 47 '-ars ". Cmfa.-f L-:dia Blazun Lois Buck, Emily Burns, Mike Camloh, Dave Cana in '.l.kr ifetaratu, Tony Cell, jim Cervenka, Vickie Cesen, Rick Cowan, S- 1" iaswr Pflarlr Fvtko 'v1arty Frederking, jeff Gaydos, Paul Gubanc, Barb rlasfv V..i'tr.' Huntsman Karen Hutchinson, Peter Keck, Sharon Kraflna, '-larva '-law' Denise Mihelic, Cathy Miller, jim Munson, Mary Beth Pavis, Der: e Pfjrrar. Cindy Reel Torn Rvitar, Debbie Seeley, Laura Sibert,jim 5,. 1 l,wr'.--S1f-plnen- Amy Hroeh jim Switzer, Beth Telich, Rolf Kleinfield, Y-ver '.'.',nrrari 110 4,4 Girls Chorus' Denise Andrews, judi Blazun, judi Bahm, Alease Brink, Rosemarie Brown, Denise Camp, Karen Collins, Gina DeRosa, Beth Dalter, Helen Fabianich, Roberta Finneley, Cheryl Frank, Donna French, Lisa Friedel, judi Garrett, Debbie Gawar, Nancy Gaydos, Pam Ganas, Tina Grieg, Denise Hegedus, Mary Holmes, Mary Ice, Chris jelenic, Robin jakela, Krystal Kent, Suzanne Klepac, Laura Kruger, Cheryl Lantz, Laura Lick, Valerie Lombardo, Beth Luikart, Eileen Mayach, Lisa Meyer, Diane Michale, Kathy Mihelich, Nancy Nemecek, Carol Novinc, Angela Oberaitis, Chris Patterson, Lisa Pemberton, Lorri Pollach, Patty Redman, Marcia Reid, Susan Samuel, Connie Sartorelli, Beth Sawyer, janire Sehimpf, Carolyn Schmidt, Celia Schulik, Diane Schultz, Debbie Shanks, Carol Sietkes, Dianna Smith, Chris Stasa, Kathy Stephens, Karen Stevka, Marlene Truskolaski, Genute Vargenes, Kathy Wendel, Kim Workman, Helen Yauchek, Pam Znidarsic Choral Masters: Ted Anderson, Debbie Andrews, Bill Andrews, judy Arnold, Nancy Ayers, Emmett Benedum, Lyneah Breskvar, David Brown, Steve Carmen, Tim Casten, Sherry Cebul, Vicki Cefaratti, Loretta Chuha, jeff Cika, Bob Clapp, Bob Connerton, Dave Sostanzo, Mary Cunningham, Chris Dole, jack Downer, Debbie Eberwein, john Estak, Lxurie Forman, Bob Gold, john Glavan, jo Ann Gugliotta, David Henry, jo Anne Holloway, Laura Hood, Linda lce, Larry lnsana, Rich jambar, joe jar- muszkiewicz, Patty Kane, Barb Kirchner, Diane Kwasney, Robin Lamm, Kathy Lang, Cathy Lehman, Amy Lutz, Brian Makse, jan Marino, Martin Massiello, joy Mast, Lorraine Matuch, Mary McLaughin, Peggy Mobbs, Mary Murphy, Todd Plamer, Tony Perko, joe Perpar, Robin Pinkava, Kim Popavic, Dave Praznovsky, jill Primeau, Craig ROeder, Steve Remnick, Duane Reschke, Mark Rusan, Bob Ruuska, Shinette Salcedo, Kathy Sawyer, jim Schmidt, jeff Schuffert, Diane Serksncs, Pamm Shaffer, Connie Sims, Lou Singer, Al Sisson, Bev Skur, Cheryl Sopnicar, Scott Stanic, Becky Stephens, Daw: Stuber, Bob Sump, Rick Talley joe Talty, Steve Tanner, Mary jo Telich, Kay Thomas, Cathy Miller, jim Munson, Carolyn Thompson, Ron Thompson, Mike Tar- tfrricci, Holly Trevarthen, Mary Ellen Turk, Dan Vandaveer, Kenneth Vaughna, Terry Vest-l, Nanty Werle, jeff Wesr, Margret Yane, Mary Zak and Donna Zuro. I J lxixiwjl , . ,iq f . M ff ' iw' ' Choirs Euclid High's choirs, Varsity Chorale, Choral Masters, and Girls' Chorus sang in school con- certs and traveled to perform at other locations showing their musical talents everywhere. Dressed in uniform, the many students blended together to become a single, united voice. This ability was not achieved over night, but took many hours of dedication and practice from each choir member. sggx lQFf , - -'ru V-x , w-'x 'i .m' ras g 1 H3 fx. 5.4 Bands .ig f ,alum .- .A L. Symphonic Brasses .- --Q YD- Uii ' 'f-N Sli"- U'-4. Science Seminar Science Seminars were held on Tuesday nights at Euclid High, with an occassional field trip to a laboratory. Many scientist and professors came, speaking in a relaxed atmos- phere to the members on a variety of science related topics. The result was an educational enrichment for those students who attended. , mr-MI"4"5S,ar A 4 ' J. E 4 Q- ' "-' 1 -4 l ol RE tw S if sl . Q G. Science Seminar: FRONT ROW: Holly McClurg, Lynn Kimura, Roy Amacher, john Brodhacker, Daryd Dureiko, Amy Schwartz. BACK ROW: left Wightman, Ken Kosovich, Lynn Borzi, john Petlcovsek, Lynn Carapic, Debra Haney, Karen Woodruff, Diane Schultz, Betty Walker, Annette Prince. 114 v --Q. x l t x We "1 1 i .l P .J u . 1 f e xg Q.. 7 Eucuyo: FRONT: Sandie DiTomaso, Pat Defrain. BACK: Mrs. Cowan, Liz Powell, Linnea Purvis, Heather Stump, Lauren Parsons Mr Henderson. From Beginning To End First the crowds gather 'round, talking and laughing. They assemble by the curbs and wait. Then, from far away, the sounds come, first faintly, then louder, and louder, and louder. The sounds appear, in the form of a band maching in perfect formation. The crowds cheer, the band goes by, next comes a float of every color of the rainbow, yellow, and blue, and purple. Horses, clowns, floats and bands in one hugh line. Following one another down the block-off street. The crowds are delighted, but they see the last band go by playing "America". The music gets fainter, and fainter, and fainter, as the parade ends. -Liz Powell Eucuyo Editor-in-Chief Eucuyo The Eucuyo was Euclid High's literary magazine. The members wrote creative prose and poetry and also accepted other writings and artwork con- tributed by fellow students. The magazine was published in the Spring, when the talents of these young writers was displayed. Survey This year the Survey experienced several major changes. Their origin- al advisor resigned after 15 years and three new advisors sponsored the club. Their office was moved from its previous location to the sec- ond floor. Finally, several changes were implemented in the staff rank- ing system, resulting in the ap- pointment of the first editor-in-chief in many years. After adjusting to the many revisions, the staff worked together to produce a fine news- paper keeping students aware of what was happening at Euclid High School. -,,. Swvviwvl v T f4Qx Survey Editorial Staff: BOTTOM, L TO R: Mary Clarke, Bob Kunath, John Furlong, Eric Pierson, Joe Lambert, Sue Liggett Marc Freedman john Petkovsek, TOP, L TO R: Laurie DeMattie, Cindy Dicki, jean Panter, Eileen Smith, Mike Bartock, Patty DeMarco Warren Kurtz Tim Rote, Arvy Mackevicius, Ken Krsolovic, Nancy Mikovic. NOT SHOWN: Eric Hanson, Jean Hasse, and Al Roller. . if 1' .,,:w,, S Mu .v -Q N-51's , . + N . .V ' Q Survey Business Staff: U.. TO RJ: FIRST ROW: Lynn Ucic, Renee Voase, Cindy Haney, Linda Yeckley, Cindy Vidal, Mr. Q Mize. BACK ROW: Betty Jo Shutty, Denise Mihelich, Joe Frech, Paul Vidal, Michelle Iamnik, Cheryl Modic, Diane , :V .D s Lockhart. 1' L1 ' Q? iii-1 L iA...4: Survey Advisors: Mr. Antoninni, Miss Blabolil, Mr. McGuinnes. GIG iw 1 - f T- .Xu , . 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Editors In Chief: Bonnie Humphrey lliuclidianb, Eric Humprey iSurveyl and Liz Powell lliucuyoj. 3.5urveyBusiness5taff 4. Eucuyo Staff 5. Euclidian Staff 191- , J. 'fl gf .-.-: T 7 ,Q O 1 I L ' U 1 3 if 1' ,V W 1 . i . fl . i ji it .3 fig N fb! 1 ,'!-f F . .e, yyqrg m,b J li .,.v5,4,t11-' . .5 "M "fWlf15f5fE'I,iQt , 1-2f" 'ff' . wf"A z vc H 3 Swimmwwrw -s"' ' s - 123 Debate Team The Debate Team traveled to other schools to demonstrate the process of educational debate. The topic of the year resolved: That the allocation and development of scarce world resources should be controlled by an international organization. Arguing both the pro and con of the topic, the members broadened both their forensic abilities and their own viewpoints. The Debate Team: Denise Smith, Arvy Mackevicius, Bob Kunath, Dan DeMarco. Camera Club The science of photography was focused on by the Camera Club. The techniques of develop- ing were mastered by its members in the school's dark room. The interesting effects of different lenses, filters, and various papers were all experimented with by the members. The young photograph- ers learned much for their benefit for future use. Camera Club: Eric Hanson, Frank Ciotti, Carl Krysiak, Marc Harmon, Doug Hodakievic. 124 F Ad Club Ad Club members were a dedi- cated group of students. Present at all sports events they sold tickets and programs, and then were given free entry into the game. lt was not uncommon to see at least a few of these students standing in rain, wind, and snow in front of the football stadium and in the booths outside of the basketball. gamesg waiting until their last program was sold so they could join the spectators in the stands. las.,- Ad Club FRONT Sylvia Krulc Debbie Andrews Krm Kaifesh BACK Sue Zmdarsic Mary Erdanl Chris Cole, Carol Kernya. 125 T gs Girls Swim Leaders The Girls Swim Leaders devoted one period a day to aiding a teacher in swimming instruction. Whether helping someone improve their div- ing or introducing new swimming skills, these girls were eager and pre- pared to carry out their jobs for the benefit of other classmates. P N g . S Y O T' 00 ' " 4' ld' K -A i' A ' '59 fr jmf. '50 , --f., A - I .i ' V ' I Swim Leaders: L TO R BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Barnett, Denise Camp, Denise Andrews, Donna French, Laura Lick, Kim Krawczyczym, Debbie Andrews, Beth Welton, Emily Burns, Cindy Reel. ROW 2: Cheryl Engelking, Ruth Jerome, Beth Luikart, Barb Kirshner, Karen Cooke, Dawn Krause, janet Young, Lori Pernowski, Beth Telich, Denise Calvert. TOP ROW: Eileen Busdieclcer, Eileen Mast, Carolyn Schimidt, Laura Hlabse, Jeanine Rupsic, Tricia Stewart, Debbie Polaslci, Margie McClearon, Nancy Roberts, Lori Russel. -of, A 7 'JF :J ' 'F' A tr . l - -1 h - xr- . 'J.'!I.ea'f"' Q.. ' 'Q-an 126 Q. . as Nl L.: 2- 1 lr t Wai apolo Girls Leaders Club Girls Leaders Club: KNEELING: Chris Gole, Denise Lorence, Paula Moriarty, Holly Hanson, Chris Zaletel, Linda Glick. STANDING: Mrs. Audrey Fox, Elaine Petkovsek, Kathy Rossman, Annette Cirota, Carol Troha, Sandy Stankiewicz, Sue Knight, Lori Foreman, Liz Morvaji, Lori Shaw, Kim Kaifesh. BACK ROW: Kay Koci, Char Weiss, Monica Otcasek, Cindy Farkas, Sue Rado, Donna Lorence, Laura Wardeiner, Sue Kozel, Carolyn Rinderle. 1-" ., . f I I 5 l' ' ,. '57 tae.-V t N Members of the Girls Gym Leaders Club participated in physical education activities daily. They took attendance, refereed class games as well as G.A.A. sports, assisted teachers in demonstra- tions, and took care of the sports equip- ment. Summer car washes, bake sales, and an annual Valentines Day flower sale were money raising projects for fun and finance. T Tuesday nights were the scene of hard work and discipline for the members of ' Wai Napolo. The 1975-1976 school year brought a change in the leadership with Mrs. Luikart, secretary for Division S-Z and a male co-advisor, Mr, Von Benken. These merry mermaids, poised gracefully in the pool, practiced diligently on their delicate, original water ballet, stunts, and routines for their end-of-the-year show. To prove their aquatic skills they competed in synchronized swim meets at Cuyahoga Community College. ,Xxx WX, .-'TJ Wai Napolo: L TO R, TOP ROW: Lorraine Matuch, Emily Burns, Kim Snyder, Jody Holloway, jill Primeau, Denise Camp, Laura Hlabse, Ruth Jerome, Mary ,Io Telich. SECOND ROW: Lori Russell, Debbie Kowalkowski, Nancv Daberts, Beth Luikart, Debbie Andrews, Robin Lamm, Beth Welton, Denise Calvert, Cindy Reel, Karen Cooke. BOTTOM ROW: Annette Eeckhout, Kathy Wendel, Laura Kruger, Terese Burke, Beth Telich. LADDER, TOP TO BOTTOM: Lisa Hanson, Kathy Sawyer, Mary Zak, Kay Thomas, Angela Buanno, and Kelly Buckles. 127 Weight Lifting Members of the Vveight Lifting Club eonditionecl during the long winter month Lifting weighte to clexelop body strength and toning mu tle uae part ot their phyexcal titness program Keep it up Weight Litter ' Swme of the Weight Lifting Club Members are' Larry Sliiffbauer, Jim Sumner, Davorin Slat Bill Walters, Frank Schule. EUCUQ J ...5 1 128 4. ' 7 , I xv 'I .s I .. 'i X 'R ae, wim Leaders This years' Swim Leaders proved to be invaluable to Euclid High's H swim teachers. They led the class in the daily warm-ups, lessons and games. Reffing water polo games during gym class and helping fellow classmates improve their swimming skills was also included in the swim leaders' services. Swim Leaders: FRONT: Dave Sidnan, Tom Walters, Ken Kosovich, Mark Strathern, Steve Camp. BACK: Roger Miller, Jim Orme, Ron Anzells, Bob Campus, Joe Frech, l I ss' Foremen Club The Foreman Club was a group of young men who assisted teachers in the several shops and then met to discuss the problems and possible solutions of those problems. They took field trips to local machine shops, garages, and manufacturing industries to get better acquainted with the world of work. Under the direction of Mr. Chambers and Mr. Nold, these young men were better prepared to meet their chosen voca- tion and were one step forward to becoming foremen after they graduate. Xxv. B.:-V 'U ' sais Metal Sculpture Creativity was a common quality of those involved in the Metal Sculpture Club. Starting with basic materials, they were able to transform scrap metal into beauti- ful art work. They met after school to learn the techniques of welding and metal work which culminated in their sculptured creations. Metal Sculptor: FRONT: Kerry Walsh, Gwen Bashline, llse Dougherty, Joyce Habenicht, Mr. Ciermoclc. BACK: Pat Schaner, Cheryl Litwinowicz, Arthur Gregory. Red Cross The Red Cross Club consisted of a few, but extremely hard work- ing students, meeting frequently to help those in need throughout the surrounding community. De- corating the Veterans Hospital at Christmas time proved to be one of their most rewarding experiences. Their biggest proj- ect climaxed in the spring when months of planning, advertising, and coordinating resulted in the second annual Euclid High School Blood Mobile. Red Cross- FRONT: Sandie DiTomaso, Nancy Voll, Dianne Konchan, Holly Trevarthen BACK: Linda Fresenl-co, JoAnn Figler, Bev Slcur, Barb Kobe, Sue Rado. 130 FAI . EW' -N pg ,I Tk. A 'QQ xg .at T 'Y ,f .,,,,,. A l Pink Panthers The Pink Panthers showed their fine seamstress talents in mending the schools' torn and tattered athletic uniforms. With needle, thread, and thimble they worked diligently, making sure every last seam was sewn properly. The girls were rewarded by receiving free admittance into any of Euclid l-Iigh's sports events. Pink Panthers: FRONT: Nancy Voll, Cathy Sakas, Sherri Cebul, Chris Gelev, Beth Hart. BACK: Patti Delvlarco, Laura Hood, Pam Hall, Patty Redman, Debbie Redman, Terrv Vesel, Lori Klinko, Debbie Fink, Ginny Matthews, Debbie Chambers, Chris Centa, Bonnie Urgeleit. 131 ca '- x 1 Ski Club Ski Club members sold candy to help pay for their skiing expenses. Meeting after school on Thursdays lwhen snow was availablej the Ski Club traveled by chartered bus to the nearby slopes. Learning and perfecting new skills the skiers developed a true interest in skiing that could be used in their future. 132 'vw f X A Milf fi- 9 K! 4, n'f K X Q SX '-Q'-M E n Q . R V l . r Y . -.J 6 I 500 Miles The 500 Mlle Club is an assocla tion whose athletic members have run a total of 500 miles Many of the members were participants on the Track and Cross Country teams. These running enthusiasts built up their endurance, strength and stamina. The runners also received a great personal satisfac- tion in knowing that they had suc- cessfully run 500 miles! I ikllr 1 I nvulk.. -sntaain. .-il x., ' P QL, -x...x 30,2 ,4Vs jr. Vocational Childcare: FRONT: Diane Clavan, Bobbi Szabo, Cindy laklich, Kathy Lamont, Tammy Lang, Chuck Carter. BACK: Kathy Kosovich, Debbie Glagola, Nancy Kastelic, Mary Hanley, Marcia Lantzy, Sandy Schmidt, Darlene Swihart. I nl U i S x 7 Xuan 134 11 tl Child Care Girls in the Vocational Child- care Course traveled to Noble Elementary School each morn- ing to teach their own nursery school. There was a one-to-one relationship between the E.H.S. students and the pre-school pupils. The girls took turns ob- serving the class and teaching. The teachers were responsible for introducing a science experi- ment to their eager students. The course was beneficial to those students interested in early childhood education and, of course, to those who would later be rearing children of their own. iv .. . 'rum' . Jl?f5j.? 5 - A - Q I - , ,, xg, Aft M . if f.. .5 1' "1 .ilrvf T' Sr. Vocational Childcare: SITTING: Lynn Iustice, Jackie Walter, Karen Waterwash, Marci Gold. KNEELING: Diane Strang, Diane Theodos, Carla Reece, Darlene Antolick, Lilly Grau. STANDING: Linda Laseak, Debi Attwood, Heidi Mihocik, Kim Wintle, Cindy Santorelli, Robin Zsaludko. - LL 'fx Wa r'i'VJ'H'.E.'Q'- . 135 Cosmetology af' 5' Sv. The Euclidian Beauty College was one of Euclid High Schools many vocational courses. Girls who were planning their future as a beautician received valuable training in hair styling as well as Facials and hand manicuring. The girls practiced on one another and on wigs until they became familiar with the many techniques and then cared for customers with their newly ac- quired Skills. f' 1' x s . l I s' 0' Senior Cosmetology: KNEELINC: jo Ann Senn, ,lanice Aquilano, and Carol lvancic. SECOND ROW: Diane Cedish, Terri Shrout, Sharon Sharp, and Diane Kramer. NOT PICTURED: jill jones. 136 ' x Sl K Junior -Cosmetology: KNEELING: Debbie Clabough, Karen Genelius, Laverne Nocera, Lorraine Belle, and Irene Pinko. BACK ROW: Mr. DiPaolo, Debbie Hall, Amy Arps, Robin Clicker, Margaret Nocera, Tina Gullo and Ms, Fisher. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Deveney. I -' 0 .Q 5 1. 3 l 6 . 1 I P n f M fY,pw" 5 . ,- sgl : My . Q15 fs: K xx 117. Lig:gi?ffj'?g'.9" ' x 5 9 Sophome Junior Senior Classes All three of the grade levels at Euclid High were represented this year. The Sophomore Class was really active and won the Christmas hall decorating contest. lr. Class elected a cabinet which planned money raising projects and social Functions for all those in eleventh grade. Senior Class and its cabinet sponsored the annual Powder Puff Football game and Senior Talent Night to raise money for the last event of their year-Senior Prom. 138 JUNIOR CLASS CABINET SOPHOMORE CLASS r -. vs in rf "' :vp-r--if . r A-J . ' I I 1 14' 0 "-H,-0,5 1 4 1' ' 1' nl . f -- fxifft-:sr 'D A .. ' H5 Faint 1,1---'r . 4 '.-.,., wg:--. '1 ..A 1- . CAST WlHtEf Herbert Gage ...... Marge Gage ..,..... Jonathan Rochwood. Barbara Gage ...... Paula Gage ......... Sarah Gage ........ Fredia ............ George Hustled Matt Rockwood . . . Uncle Walter .....4 Mr. Loomis ....... Carson ..... . . Constable ..... . . Rolf Kleinfeld Mary Cunningham Richard Braun Judy Burns Amy Stoch Mary Murphy Sandy I-'rattin joseph Choromanski James McMullen Phillip Setnik Theodore Thomas Steven Bell Alan Lester "january Thaw" was presented by the Drama Department the last week of February. The Gage Family of New York City is seeking a relief from the big city and a chance for father to write a best seller. They decide to settle down in an old farm house in rural Connecticut. Problems arise when the Rockwoods, a family of country folk, also move in, due to their rights from an old deed. The problems that both families were confronted with created an enjoyable evening. 141 . .-il ' . H. n it i ' 'Sig ' W' ' . - 2 4 as-t,. M. vi e- 3'8" Q 5, . - ,ga , mv . N. 1, Q E. . .till U l P-his '- K Ar S i 'PT ' . ix: i' -' fr-xy-L.-" ?'l3'-bf" Q K A- . - - A ' ' lf . , ,f Qt- N 5Y G , , , .t to -X. 5 K , V. gr-N' l i. . x H ' igz i ' --,gg Q ,." '-J l yi W ' E Qi., t "ji 'Q 1' Q. . t Theodore Allchin, Laura Allen, Roy Amacher, Anita Augustine, Kathleen Bergant, Linda Boettcher, Brian Booms, Angela Buanno, Denise Calvert, Denise Capella, Christi Casstevens, Christine Centa, Ann Cesar, Victoria Cesen, Deborah Chambers, Richard Cowan, Ann T. Czyzycki, Doreen Daclciewicz, Timothy Dailey, Daniel DeMarco, Laurie Demattie, Cynthia Dicki, Claudia Dular, Annette Eeclchout, Gail Eyer, Linda Faight, Cynthia Farkas, Brian Feioclc, Patricia Ferrell, Deborah Fink, Martin Frederlcing, ,lohn Furlong, ,loyce Habenicht, William Hach, Mary Haines, Mary ,lo Hanlon, ,lean Hasse, Bonnie Humphrey, Karen Hutchinson, Carol lmm, Brian Katz, Peter Keck, joella Kooser, Kenneth Kosovich, Robert Kunath, Warren Kurtz, Lorie Lisi, Cheryl Litwinowicz, Donna Lorence, James Lynch, Arvydas Mackevicius, Mark Mahinc, Virginia Matthews, Elizabeth Morvaji, Valerie Nebehay, Phyllis Novotny, Monica Otcaselc, Iohn Petkovsek, Elizabeth Powell, Michelle Poyle, Cathryn Pranskevich, Nancy Pred, Annette Prince, Sheryl Raymont, Cynthia Reel, Susan Ricci, Cathy Rigsby, Timothy Rote, Laura Sibert, Beverly Skur, Nancy Steinfurth, james Switzer, Holly Trevarthen, Terry Vesel, Betty jean Walker, Beth Welton, T. jeffrey Wightman, Karen Woodruff, Christine Zaletel, Cheryl Zetkulich. i w ix V MM ' l x Y it L ii 'X l ' . ll 1 5 1 , i L i i it i A L . L 1 l 5 L 'W"'17iK' .- ffiwwtxmu- A l ' 1 1 ..-, :.- , . J ' ,W it ,xi '-Y. If 'S- i , if T if-F i ' asf? ix- 1 l i ,, li i V 4, ll l .7 I r t ei . ' 1 .1 , . X l - i t f i .avi is , ,L it Sp, 1 , in- 1 'Li 142 l i i - , SENIORS Arastaris, Tammy Black, Lynne D. Bonfield, Kathie Breskvar, Lyneah Budnar, Leslie A. Camloh, Martin D. Cavell, Barbara J. Chuha, Loretta A. Cunningham, Mary Czaplicki, Maria Easter, Scott A. Eroskey, Gail Ann Fetko, Mark Haines, Tamee S. Hale, Duane E. Haney, Dawn D. Hanson, Carl M. Koci, Kay F. Kordic, James F. Kozel, Susan M. Krofina, Sharon L. Krsolovic, Kenneth Lambert, Joseph J. Luskin, Gayle M. Mc Donough, Brian Mavsar, Mary M. Murphy, Mary Ellen Myslinski, Christine Nainiger, Susan L. Pierson, Eric S. Rinderle, Carolyn Rozman, Anthony P. Schultz, Lora C. Seale, Ricky L. Shaw, Lauren A. Stalzer, Dorthie Stansfield, John Strah, Wayne R. Stoch, Amy E. Theodos, Diane J. Urban, Beverly Vanah, Sandra L. Wagner, Derek B. Walsh, Susan M. Weiss, Charlene D. Yakovac, Philip A. Zak, Anita J. Zagorc, Elizabeth JUNIORS Anderson, Thomas Arnold Patricia Ayers, Denise Ayers, Nancy J. Boone, Douglas W. Braun, Phillip A. Brodhacker, John Burns, Emily S. Campbell, Patrick Carter, Maryilyn J. Cebul, Sherry A. Coso, Nada Crawford, Daniel Czyzycki, Jean M. Dallos, Carol K. De Frain, Patricia Di Tomaso, Sandra Dommer, Louis Drobnick, James R Erdani, Mary A. Fanney, Daryl R. Fetko, Renee Foreman, Laurie A. Franko, Carolyn M Fresenko, Linda J. Gelev, Christine Goldrich Elizabeth Cubanc, Paul F. Hadzima, Susan G. Harmon, Mark T. Hegedus, Joseph Heimsoth, Susan E. Hill, Amy A. Holloway, Jo Anne Jue, John Kaifesh, Kim Ann Knific, Thomas R. Knight, M. Susan Korynoski, Laura Krulc, Sylvia S. Kwasny, Diane M. Lackner, Ingrid C. Lamm, Robin M. Lockhart, Diane K. Lowe, Nicolette R. Lutz, Amy J. Mason, Jeanne C. Mikovic, Nancy Miller, Catherine Miller, Roger I. Mizner, Eric C. Moeller, Susan L. Mc Carty, Diane C. McClurg, Holly S. Pana, Evelyn K. Parsons, Lauren D. Petscher, Susan K. Pinkava, Robin A. Polaski, Debbie Purvis, Linnea, A. Rado, Diane C. Ranallo, Ronald R. Rinderle, Margaret Rossmann, Katherine Santa, Nancy E. Schellentrager, Jeffrey Schuffert, Jeffrey Sherrill, Charles Sims, Connie J. South, Randal R. Smith, Denise L. Stermole, Marylou Strauss, Sharon K. Stump, Heather L. Tancredi, Valerie Telich, Beth Ann Thompson, Carolyn Turk, Mary Ellen Turk, Randolph C. Urbancic, Audrey Waschura, Joyce E. Wilson, Scott W. Wise, H. Scott Yanchar, Paul J. Zuro, Donna L. 143 gow' ,O4 s Qt- 'L z e 9 9 Over the past two hundred years, America has evolved from 13 small colonies opposed to "taxation without representation" to 50 states that support the cause of freedom in every land. From the first shot at Bunker Hill to the present vote on Angola, Americans have steadfastly maintained that freedom is an "inalienable right." These 200 years have been cautiously bold, for our nation has dared to keep the faith of such men as Sam Adams, Patrick Henry, George Washington, Roger Williams, Abraham Lincoln, and Woodrow Wilson. In our day, such men as Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight David Eisenhower, john F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Henry Kissinger have added their talents to make America the "land of the free and the home of the brave." No longer does America stand in isolation of the world but actively participates in the commerce and problems of the world. Our heritage has given us purpose and courage to fulfill that purpose. Happy Birthday, America! FN' ,.l -,a 5' EA -wi' 'u ...BQ . -. . . ,-. xN 137135 d ?gk: xx ... K 5 X Qx Q K Lgbcj 115' 45 ' A C LYJQVL V Y ' X -,L ff x T' cm 1 -5 P nb' . ,yr it 'N' 'ff X -?' 6,,,. . ww, Q32-2 -' Tig 7, :,A 1' 1 -'br . 4 .v ff A X , X 1' 7' ' I MM 'N 7 'en fd -',-, ,f f .m., ,I If A -"hub ffV,' "' rfmkfk . , 1 it-'fl 'ml' ' nh? h:s.!M If X .mf , PE,-, . u 1 Y O v x 7 'lf-L as L-ly-J 3 Y A 4131 spring spring sp ring spring sprin g spring spring s pring spring spr ng spring spring spring spring sp ring spring sprin g spring spring s pring spring spr . A , X Sophomores Entering into the new experiences and adventures that awaited them in their high school years, the Sophornores embarked upon their voyage of change, They faced the new problems and challenges that they found in the environ- ment of Euclid Senior High.wLearning from their failures and successes, they prepared to enter their junior year. .':Qf5m,gi.- -, 1 n 514. , , I . 1 I , . I fl ' ' Ii 1 ' . -:gp , . M - ' . "U, fl 1 Hr, ',s 'ff We g 1 G L , ef 'wr WX? A mimi X 'Q KW .f in X.. v 'ju ,vp Y X 149 1 Period, Miss Carmody: BOTTOM ROW, lL TO RJ: Mark Trela, Wendy Dixon, Karen Karlan, Frank Maire. Steve Ufagle. ROW' 2: Fred McYey, joe Raicevich, Elaine Deptola, Beth Stephens, Bonnie Clovan. RON' 3: Carol Adams, Mary jo McCrory, Karen Raggets, Candi Petti, joanne Bokar. ROW 4: Doug Hodakiovic, Robert Krome, Eric Hanson, jim McAfee, Ernie Kehn, Karen Schultz. NOT SHOlVN: Karen Schleimer. G-5-13'-.-.--1 f- - -7 , f" U Zi - , I" ' if Q -..gl fr-P, I Period, Mrs. Cale: BOTTOM ROW lL TO Rji Nancy Roberta, Michael Wilson, Tracy DelBrocco, Currie Ciaswr, Mark Brunclle ROW 2: joan Deveney, john Pilcula, jack Downer, Dena Crosel, Roy Stlinmdf-r ROW 3 Don Heimsoth, Anthony Zalar, Rick Burrows, Ruth Manners, Patricia Uudlvy, Dvhra Br-rnachi ROW 4: Ken Williams-, joe Kotlar, Sue Phillips, Helen Fabianich, Blaine l'ullin, Ruhkrt lic-gan A 'Q:'Pl'X'TiQ9' '- 'kl', wi . 'V Y ,H 5 get ar .n1:'2wS-t.- 1355 ,r-5' t' N tt .- X -t ery- 5- 255911-.-T' velzg ,- . .. t. N.,.. g i grifllg 53 Y It Tix '55 t SE t ,t l Sli lt x x' V 5 ' T VV 'A 4 Q11-. E L f e f- A - z Q m X . 1 Q ' -N , S I - 1. . if ffl SX W . tx a' , I S s :... A ag X A A l , t -1 -ei 1 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW' tl. TO Rl: Christopher Black, Diana Ortman Cail Dudele, Lynn McCallion, Fred Knight. ROW 2: Judy Calabrese, Darlene Brochalx, Marlene Capiccioni, Ron Harding, Dean Putzbaclx. ROW 3: Sharon Kane, Bernie Skur, Steve Cavell, Larry Insana, Mary Miller. ROW 4: Dave Praznovsky, Guenther Thiedemann, Carl Vifasicleanin, Mike Thomaf, Cheryl Haydocy, Eric Lane. NOT SHOWN: Michelle Frantz. ll, y,' H Pk' Period, Miss Rupnik: BOTTOM ROW ll. TO RJ: Mike DeDominico, Linda McLaughlin, Peggy Kris Ball, Sally Orton, Tina VanBeneden, Debbie Bradac. ROW Z: Jeanne Severino, Hartman, Sharon Swaney, Valerie Lombardo, Cathy Vohnout, Tim Criesmer, Chris. For- ROW 3: Eric Kimura, Mike Corbett, Sharon Oyaski, ,leri Fisher, Gina Sabol, Eileen lmler, .frame Barshiclc. ROW 4: joe Skerl, jim Owen, Nick Gambitta, Joe Mack, Tom Simko, joe Perpar, Nayne Habat, john Tepley. NOT SHOWN: Dave Buck, Kathy Clarke, Bret Gower. 1. Hard at work. 2. Gossip session. 3. A restful momement at lunch. ,I , gtg: ll l 2 Period, Mrs. Gale: BOTTOM ROW KL TO RJ: Steve Pedersen, Greg Simpson, Bridget Lane, Christine journey, Maureen Glick. ROW 2: Curtis Wagner, David Dobnilcar, Belle Pierdon, Kate Jacobs. ROW 3: Mary Konchan, Royenne Trunkely, Theresa Zavajek, Linda Ciarlillo, Christopher Alphonco. ROW 4: Paul Niedermeyer, Eugene LaValley, Tom Yanacelc, Edward Amos, joseph Cartulla. .J 11 ' ' K ' ' ' Io H Y I v- , ' hu -, C' 1 -1' 3 . gh ix , ' u 1 I. .r ,.- A. I. ' 2 Period, Mrs. McGill: BOTTOM ROW QL TO RJ: Debbie Crouch, Anne Siford, Wilbur Crawford, Sam Sereclich. ROW 2: Dee Dee Ferguson, Sandy Luda, Roberto Lanese. ROW 3: Tom Nelson, Bob Penko, Lillian Lis, Patricia Paloucci. ROW 4: Greg Veres, Dan Swalius, joe Bukvic, Bruce Blosser. NOT SHOWN: Cindy Dotson. '. E fr Y' 4 T Q, 1 2. 1 2 ,,-V .1 -. . 1 . x ' f. T5 . .3 , E ' ' lf. H-I fo? .. . , Q at . I ., ,, I . xx Q - --f""'2:-.7:--, w K , ,f,g! ,:s15,1 .-. 1- N X , , I, W' .xx X.. X X. 5'x I 6' -N , X , QQ M ' 51 X I- . ,. 7 . I n Q 4 2 .,-,fri-- .V,, ,iv ' T' fa?"i ' -13 4 .4-A :.yA3Y.,z?' xi, fdhsl, , 'jfs ' ' .-. f',5 ' '. I Il! 5-., ,A " . .I f., , 11 'J . ,,,., -. 'w """" ,.4n-.-:sf 2 Period Biology, Mr. Backos: BOTTOM ROW KL TO RJ: Monique Coyne, Lori Lee Ross, Lynne Sample, Amy Schwartz, Tina Capretta, Kim Workman. ROW 2: Katherine Wendel Deanna Smith, Linda Miller, Deborah Downing, Margaret Breznikar. ROW 3: Robert Krenisky, joseph Marosan, Mary Holmes, Lori Laukiavich, Sharon Prileson, Laura Kruger. ROW 4: Richard Owen, John Basar, Stephen Resar, William Gargiulo, Thomas Wutchiett. NOT SHOVVN: John Glovan, Robin jokela, James johnson, Diane Willert, Debra Seeley. 1 - rw: . v X - , , 1-l?9"'l 4. K 1 2 rr, il H S.. f T' Q x 1 -9tQT:'3f' 1 f S X0 Q bnkd :N 1177- K 11 ffl 4 1' B i ' 1 .e I X. 1 r . y 1 I nlivadh T 2 Period Biology, Mr, Steinbrink: BOTTOM ROW tl. TO RJ: Karen Stevko, Denise Andrews, 5f:l,','?lf:r,l1lfi!l lliff1YT1f'll'1'lf1l'l, Sure Avfgrii, C Indy Pritchard, ROW 2: Nanfy Moore, Sam Ciunta, Pau, B1-ri .ri Trim l'+nfindfi, Al Rmhl, Carnfit Snnlco ROW 3' Carolyn Schmidt, Lisa Friedel, Yfrr Trifri P nh Llanrirfr- Mari Mfilfinuugh, Mike Cigelirh. ROW 4: Carl Krysiak, Cary Inf r i-ii ri la '.,' Ffm,iran,jfihri lilrlmrd'-,lfnffl'I'rp.1r,lrf:d Woods, TSA 3 Period, Miss Haffer: BOTTOM ROW fl, TO RJ: Marc Scherharth, lanet Baitt ROW 2: Gregory Stephens, Maria Festini, Sandra Dotson, ROW 3: Harold Sieferd. Kevin Hanley. ROVV 4: George Stoner, Steven Andrews, Ronald Maxey. NOT SHOVVN: Laura Strathern ' , ii.: A ' mi 1. Assistant AX, Technician, 2. Alone in study hall. 3 Homecoming candidates. ,anluylf S . N ' x , l i a in 4 1 . Q Y, ' R f - 19 X . 'fl 'fit-,' t. .Q - X A A v 's 6 '-' 3 Q- uf 'I '1'!fqs 11 ."-su ,I rv""1S-'Z ai-ig L -8-1911 QS? ill-'1 QI I "ii-ii 6 :tcm - 1 1 4 unix' ' I , , . Iliff --.Q li - I uni is -t tf fi I -1 'hum YJ. .- - . F 'N ol M I " , 4 ' r f - I.: t " i 'A ' Q .rv 1 I A f i 3 Period, Miss Rupnilt: BOTTOM RON' IL TO Rl ,lohn Magruder. Bill Lin, Dan lxlenienciu Tom Hongosh, Sharon Sapatka ROW Z Ed Overhurger, Larry Hale, Dave Turner Scott Bradac, Dave Pratt. ROVX' 3: Keith Weems, john Mtflusltey Ron Crahinslxi, Mary Yansiie. Mitch Zalar, ROW' -1. Tom Stearns Ron Fahec, Rich.-Xutnu1th,,lot-Bultvtf Frank lxucharslti 1. Euclid Marching Band 2 Mr. Muscarella grading papers 3. Taking a rest. lb 3 Period, Mrs. Gale: BOTTOM ROW, KL TO Rl: jeff Cika, Merry Dalter, Patrick Grieshammer, Rita Haney, Paul Dannemiller. ROW 2: Mike Zurilla, Margie McLaren, Mary Ann Mikovich, Debbie Sadawski, Ruta lakubauskas, Eleanore Callis. ROW 3: Janice Markham, Chuck Penko, Laurie Pultorok, Cheryl Frank, Nora Dallos. ROW 4: Richard Lender, Dan Bohn, Al Soeder, Bob Evans, jim Hunt, Gregory Nanchian. "U: ' of f l ' 4 Us ii" in X.. 'hu .3 ig-, 3 Period, Mr. Aultzz BOTTOM ROW, IL TO RJ: George Mazzoro, Laura Lick, Bob Clines, Tracy Biddinger, Angie Oberailis. ROW 21S!eve Zuponic, Mary Lou Ice, Lynne Wutchiett, Lisa Meyer, Alease Brink, Mary Ann Thomas. ROW 3: Laura Scherbarth, jim Podriznik, Ken Powell, Donna Strathern, Lynn Badstibner. ROW 4: lim Keszenheimer, Chris Dole, Tom Vitantonio, Bob Cayne, john Mihelic, Phil Setnik, Donna Ellenbest. U . Il- li, li Q- J 'N Y ',,gn-ua.-b if' - . r ' t gt"-'H .45 -'-LFTTE5' ' '-?- 7 . , ti N-"'. L.. - -L - ff . .T ?'f " SLK f .H 9-54934 Y ez' arf- ' n ' f 905-' ' vinv e' - fin" - -' . 5 5:2152-15' ' 3 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW, CL TO RJ: jeff Zetkulich, Pam Simkins, Tory Neff, Laura Griffis, Noreen Brandick, Scott Lawyer. ROW 2: Christa Hiltner, Marian Wallace, Chris Lusky, Beth Sawyer, Sandra Kohagan, Marilyn Lokar. ROW 3: Mark Byrne, jeff Clarke, Scott Speroff, Walt jurisevic, Cindy Swart, Ianet Craig. ROW 4: jim McMullen, Steve Calabrese, Dan Novak, Eric Penicka, Mary D'Amico, Judy Bohn. lu w,,-...4"'-- - . Y H f--fe. Q - "wh-r -9- 1 il nf ' . L 3 , , Q f I ' kk, ilu "' 'N N U T q .J V H k 1 xx Y l if .c - 3 Period, Miss Carmody: BOTTOM, ROW CL TO RJ: Dawn Ayres, Shileen Meany, Steve Mar- tin, Lori Harps, Ken Saley, Diane Casciato. ROW 2: La ura Ogden, Paula Kardos, Michelle Hornsby, Debbie Tamburro, Chris staso, Laura Gibbs. ROW 3: Richard Tolley, Mark Bruening, Bill Macj, Helen Yurchek, Sharon Vovk, Toni Paonsha. ROW 4: Tim Seale, Armand Boschi, lim Balala, Boris Nasrtasich. 157 x,. l Q ' 40 '-w oz If i K N t ', 'f ... -Q O' it i Q i ' ages: una-tundl. L' 4 Period, Mr. Smith: BOTTOM ROlV, tL TO Rl, Tom Bowins, Charles Paul, Tom Kosir, Terry McNamara. ROW 2: Sandy Frattin, jan Nickels, Pat Visage, Sally Stalker. ROW 3 john Zorskis, Denis Kirchner, Dennis Boggs, Dennis Dixon. ROW 4: Steve Grzsik, Brian Makse, Lou Singer. NOT SHOWN: Sharon Prilsen, Paula Young, Dan Misch. Lenny Post, Bill Johnson, Tony Christopher, Bob Fiffik. I 'x " S 'N XP L., 'lungs .. H Y, ,,.,-f-' ,,,.----ff uk' UX , 2? 1,3 3"9'Qf-ll ...-4' ,M-xi 2 l l1l'glll' ll' ll 'lt If I ll i I Ci f-f-rl'-.iJ1r.g pmt ta 4 Period, Mr. Mularo: BOTTOM ROW, KL TO Rl: Rich Caylor, Carm Tancredi, Herbert 2 Arm-ri. ai-ilivy Pawski, Cathy Corn. ROW 2: Lisa Petsanis, Jacqueline Kuhar, Christine Cooke, Donna ix 3 H'-Ipmg wt In other Scott, Sandy Calabrese. ROW 3: Holly Sterbik, Barbara Brod, Debra Haney, Mary Kuhen. ll 4 fvir X on Bwn lm-n clowning around ROW 4: Gary Vhas, Michelle jamnik, Lora Hlabse, Lorraine Littleton, Elizabeth Schulte. Q 58 at UNITED STATES T- ' K1 5 Period, Mrs. Carmody: BOTTOM ROW, IL TO Ri: Chris Whaling, Diane Hegedus, Tim Rusk, Barb Schulz, Denise Ventura. ROW 2: jill Groudle, Diana Edgar, Sue Schuenemann, john Massaro, Cory Ceske. ROW 3: Tom Appleton, Doug jones, Bob jejcic, Tom Chubb, ,lim McArthur. ROW 4: Ron Bork, Randy Weizer, Terry Larabee, Fred Love, Dave Berlan. NOT SHOWN: Jane Nunnally, Art McCauley, Ray Staskunas. SW, X K . .. , Q , G f ' ' i .'E?f'?i . -, : R .L L ,F B B N 31 ' 1 t Q 27? Q N P? Q R ' xi- y in .qs rg-.51 5 9 " , '24 all 1 77 , X in if 4 3 3 ii if sl P I ' i 5 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW, KL TO RJ: Darlene Harwood, Kathy Martin, Chris 1 Ielenic. ROW 2: Therese Smerdl, Lee Glinski, Karen Keller, Cindy Herek. ROW 3: Laura Petkovsek, Barbara Swansinger, Vicky Terrill. ROW 4: jim Wright, Steve Bealko, Paul Geronimo, Dave Fabig. ..- -. H s ,- i C V 1' Liv ff 'L 1' -fl H 5 Period, Mr. Smith: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO RJ: Frank Ciotti, Doug Taylor, Ron Henry, Dave Mihelich. ROW 2: Joanne Sorci, Brad Kuzik, Dan Essert, Terry Brennan. ROW 3: Dave Mangosh, Charles Bartel, Dave Harth, Wayne Darash. ROW 4: Dave Linane, Vi 4 Steve Nykiel, Pat Pyle, Paul johns. NOT SHOWN: Iohn Richards, Norb Novsek, Brian Rambeau, Craig Roeder, lim Zeroff, Sam Guinta, Sue Gilkerson. 159 5 Period, Miss Rupnik: ROW 1, KL TO RJ: Kim Strunk, Diane Deluca, Laura Mark- 'x of E Ek, ,,., ,M , ..-. ulin, lim Tolley, John Grabitz, Ian Diddario. ROW 2: Chris Otcasek, Bob Morvaji, .V ,X 'N Q' - ..-. I A Sharon lvancic, Kathy Braddock, Connie Santorelli, Debbie Petchak, Denise ' .fa , K A n Antolick. ROW 3: Dave Bilko, Bill Chambers, lim Pajk, Brian Vickerman, Pat Red- M cd AA' ' ' ' A man, Shelley Lantzy, Dan Vandeveer. ROW 4: Bill Veedmont, Kevin Byrne, Barry f , 'w ga., , ,c P55 Breining, jenny Otcasek, Scott Stanic, Wayne Buza, Kevin Lynch. NOT SHOWN: N .J Q , , K K Bill Amold, Mark Himmelman,Iohn basar. V ' W . ' Y ,gf .Tlx iv in ." 'J . i f -' .9-'I 1 . if , ' ills. . I ' "lv 5 , .g 'iwzf al QL ...lla 'j' X ,Q 7 .. 5 -59 A, 1. ' -' 1 e 1 ,K I. 3 X X 1 'Y - Fm gig lat X f-:':: ': : 4509! " ff gpg. ' . . ' if i 'llssawfizf A .. ' , :Q ,. . , lm , ,mm A if W gag, b V ,, 11 t , X y, M 0.1 1 --,,, g?:u4g'llrt-1-mb x 4, e, I if ' v W -V. .A 1 .Z , 4- fn, I ,ELL 1 H f- -'b , , 5 Period, Mr. Caroff: Row 1, CL TO Ry Ron Bfehm, Karen Twin, Mike Maggio, ' ff - B Sandy Reed, Lori Evans, Beth Thompsn. ROW 2: Teresa Kuklica, Ken Bronkall, ' '51 , 311-A la.,'?1iRS1'i.i.5-tf":'t5.-r,.,,.-.ea, e f Peggy Eyeman, Bev Manzo, Brenda Laroa, Bryan Speece. ROW 3: Robert Nozling, My my A Nh A .vi w I W,-5, I X Rich Warman, Bill Ambros, Rob Cowan, jim Hug, Al Buanno. ROW 4: Cliff Kirch- f?fF2'1' ': ,. 1 ' '-QRQ'?Jd'ff F' j ., g. ' " V 9' ' 'i 'jfhi f ner, Rich lisko, Rich jambor, Eugene Dimitroy, Stan Gregorin, Frank Dobler. -1 N i f Q Mgr? ,VJ , .. . - - :ilu .' r J.. 'l"' I' . .L - '. E' ' - l -' - 1"...'l Q' t .. , I J" , H 'V .UIQ 'el " ' 'Tl -wa' ':-- Silas- -. K r rtfaz B g 'G WNW--- 160 ,,- ' -f 5 , A i ,. 2 , A .. Q .N A , , g 1 . F' .H ' 1 .N,5. 0' ' 9' ': N' l 6 Period, Mr. Hall: ROW 1, QL TO RJ: Patty Krause, Ed Wilkinson, Kevin Hartegan, Dave Brodac, Ray Dennick. ROW 2: Donna Jones, Lisa Pemberton, Mike Topping, Tom Harrison, Charles Fagan. ROW 3: Ron Niemczura, Vic Kato, Lisa Turk, Bonnie Hirsch, Patty Zeitz. ROW 4: Dennis Strnad, Brian Houser, john Amoroso, Mike Miller, Ioe Mertik. NOT SHOWN: Todd Haverlock. Ji llflLl 6 Period, Mrs. jordan: BOTTOM ROW, CL TO RJ: Rick Hom, Ron Ryder, Cindy Fawcett, Diane Micale, Laura Kessler. ROW 2: Pam Gonas, Bev Bredesen, Amy Olsson, Tina Kuklica, Linda Schieb. ROW 3: Rich Ede, Mike Shefcheck, Brian Nicholls, Ioe Hayes. ROW 4: Bob Payne, jim Kovacic, Dave Poklar, Phil Horabik, Cindy Sylte, Helen Pavlovic. NOT SHOWN: Elaine Rukule, Debbie Meister, Laura Kruger, Sally Sidak, Mike Cigetich, joe Marosan, Nick Strah. 3, gi--t N 1. "Give me an E!" 2. Hail to thee, O Euclid High School 3. Caught in the act 6 Period, Mr. Aultz: ROW 1, KL TO RJ: Karen Cooke, Sandra Beeman, Bob Thomas, Karen Richmond, Chris Unetich, Tina Greig. ROW 2: Deborah Petrich, Laurel Niccum, Glovia Gadmack, janet Brady, Chris Patterson, Denise Camp. ROW 3: Evelyn Kohler, Dan Ostberg, Brent Figuera, Deborah Carson, Judy Blazun, Debra Williams. ROW 4: lim Roeder, Denis Wolo- wiecki, Ellen Sesek, Mike Bartok, jeff Havser, Dave Henry, Diane Rebeck. Nr-"ii f -X Fi au : I D DS 6 Period, Mr. Petrovic: BOTTOM ROW, ll. TO Rl: Nora Burke, Rosie Mantz, Amy john- son, lohn Xuras, Julie Voss, Cheryl Everson, Dave Struber. ROW 2: Jan Pozelnik, Donna Schwenner, Michelle Kerrett, Lori Breskvar, Bev Ranson, Chuck Limbert, Mike Malloy. ROW 3' Tom Molkentin, Ed Locke, john Hall, Bob Hershman, Mike Donley, Dawn Black, Karen Miller. ROW' 4: Curt Smith, Bob Nas, Steve Reminick, jim Biller, Tom Palumbo, Lou Clemens, Dave Sufka. ' I N' 16 'Q' .Qt .war . Vis 5 . Cgobflhl an ' 6 Period, Mrs. Cale: BOTTOM ROW, ll. TO Rl: Karen Collins, Nancy Long, Vickie Hegedus, Debbie Shanks. ROW 2: Diana Adamorvicz, Carol Baur, Noreen Golden, Janice Schall, Sandra Martin. ROW 3: Rose Marie Brown, lim Latsch, Luke Tercek, Paul Taver nelli, Cheryl Morobito. ROW 4: Dale Onions, Scott Maxwell, Mark johnson, Dave Brown Dave VVashbon. -11421. 1. The Odd Couple 2. Football, anyone? 6 Period, Mrs. McGill: BOTTOM ROW, ll. TO Rl: james Baer, Mark Bregy, Richard Vehovec, Bruce Cefaratti. ROW 2: Robert Holland, james Baitt, Charles Benko, Steve Crindle. NOT SHOWN: Dave Sadowski,Shelia Fryar, Brad Snyder, Lolly Prinzler. T62 l 7 Period, Mrs. Cowan: BOTTOM ROW, tl. TO RJ: Carolyn Herbst, Pam de Gutis, Christine Kaneen, Kathy Lucas. ROVV 2: Maureen Alaburda, Heidi Entsminager, Liana Phillips, Cindy Haney, Barbara Beasley. ROV-' 3: Kathy Mihelick, Sandy Hastings, Julie Strogisher, Mary Beth Delaney, Ann Grguric. ROW 41 Gary Smith, Mike Thur, Mark Mantz, Mary Jane Legge, Annette Criado. ,sill 1 x I YJ 1 r i qs, ' 7 Period, Mr. Mularo: BOTTOM ROM' tl. TO Rl: Patricia Brennan, Amy Selwyn, Monica Troha, l.ydia Jurkovic. ROW 2: Gina DiRose, Janet Hosa, Celia Schulik, A,, FD -3 5' S 7 Period, Mr. Hall: BOTTOM ROW, fl. TO RJ: John Estok, JoAnn Micheal, Mary Zelinsky, Denise Berzin. ROW 2: Lori Rusell, Cindy Hassel, Glen Giegerich, Lori Pollock. ROW 3: Carol Novinc, Ruth Jerome, Linda Somrak, Dave Carrish. ROW 4: Mike Chapman, Jim Beidle, John Kokal, John DeGeronimo. Ellen Mayock. ROW 3: Mike Norton, Alan Ilrbancic, Bill Klun, Richard Spelic. ROW 4: Ed Filby, Joe Vanco, Ray Sierko, Mike Fabec, Stephen Apicello. 7 Period, Rupnik: BOTTOM ROlN', tl. TO RJ: Jerry Blau, Vic Soeder, John Morgan, Pat Dietrich, Pat kastelic, Mike Cutwright. ROW 2: Marlene Truskolaski, JoAnn Marino, Genute Vaiginis, Beth Ann Swift, Jim Huston, Thane Mains. ROJN 3: Nancy Griswold, Doreen Bowan, Thersa Reagan, Julie Sheer, Nina Koeth, Carol Siefkes. ROW' 4: George Phillippe, Ed Henfling, Tony Centa, Jim Robertson, Judy Yount, Robin Friend. NOT SHOYVNQ Jack McMonagle, Joe Spicer, Randy Brokate, Dave Miller, Kathy York. 163 K-4 S Period, Mr. Caroffz BOTTOM ROYV, ll TO Rl: Lori Molnar, Kathy Ufendel. Ellen Tortorich -lanet Xoung Sam Samuel, Penny Parsch. RON' 2: Gary Neicle Debbie Foster Lori Laukiavick, ,lim Rossman, Beth Luikart, Pam Zniiarsic Dawn lxrause. RON' 3: Steve Resar Carl Krysiak, ,lack Iesberger, ,lim Bradshaw Rick Slovenec Stan Croudle. ROM' 4: Scott Parker, Mark McDonough Eel Delaney Mike Glaser, ,lohn L'ssai Tony Perko, Mark LERCA I-4-0 13' A , n I l. f' A553 .Q ,E NV: 1 4-" , 1 164 8 Period, Mrs. Gale: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO RJ: Bob Whitney, Tim Tuchewicz, Cheryl Capadona, Mary Olgiate, Mary Jankowski, Cyndi Yaggi. ROW 2: Sue Hrwatzki, Scott Evans, Rich Mulvinas, Sandy Loamis, Allen Goldstein, Bob Fitzsimmons. ROW 3: Frank Debevec, Ken Balogh, Rick Farkas, Adam Shunk, Carol Blasko, Goranka Zupanovic. ROW 4: ,lim Stanicki, John Clovan, Barry Miller, Bill Blankenship, john Vaughan, Ken Zappia. ...M 8 Period, Mrs. jordan: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO RQ: Doug Weiss, Bob Dutko, Chuck Keay, Al Zupancic, Debbie Cawdor. ROW 2: lohni Luccio, Sue Litwinowicz, Betty Craig, joann Snyder, Cheryl Bagwell, Lynn lndiano. ROW 3: Al Wilhelm, Joe Scher- visch, DeSales Rowan, Ellen Money, Vicky Hirsch. ROW 4: jeff Bergman, Craig Fisher, Walt Wolsl-ci, Mike Tyler, Phio Perme, Larry Varwig. NOT SHOWN: Pa! Caddick, Shiela Neal. 1. Please, no, don't come near me! 2. That special five minute locker break. 3. Sue Heimsoth practicing forthe after- game dance with her favorite wastebasket. 4. Now, who woke me up? 5. Cheerleader Robin Lamm hoping for a Panther victory. Ae' 8 Period, Miss Lellis: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO RJ: Diane Barry, Gail Suscheck, Jeff West, Jan Newmann, Maria Draxler, Daryl Dureiko, Chuck Kapec. ROW 2: Gloria Petrick, Patty Meier, Lynn Garapic, Eileen Busdiecker, Robin Iokela, Dawn Woodruff, Terri janovich, Garnet Sinko. ROW 3: Nancy Nemecek, Donna Trench, Kathy Burns, jim Daugherty, Dary Saletrik, Nancy Pryatel, Lori Katz. ROW 4: Keith Lockhart, john Planisek, Chuck Rapkin, Sue Burton, Louise Sper, Marc Freedman, Dave Sexton, Stefanie Krofina. Xu xk WM 91 Y '3S3x5iw-- EX , Q K -."x':Qx Q r Q . . -. I 5 af T A-, . I 'gm .A '.-. Q .V I . be ,553 f ' 1 Y , U I - V G f T ' . . n 3 '- Y 'NY f . " .4 x I, 'X Y S P N l 1 T W 5 W Q z M 1 I -I 1 xi x S. .. V fa. :fis- . gag.-, .. . .. 1 xl v ur- tm, I N . A , ' KK, ,d-Q ' L eva. f l . rx - , B Period, Mr. Mularo: BOTTOM ROW, QL to Ry: Beda Federici, Kathleen Bolsar, julie Szolek, Marcia Coons, Steve Tanner, Christine Shantery. ROW 2: Donna Stroberg, Carolyn Paulos, Donna Madison, Lisa Williams, Michelle Lonchar. ROW 3: Corrine Randolph, Deborah t I Downing, Steve Bell, ,lohn Offerle, Wendy Taylor, Joanne Klepacki. ROW 4: Brian Ramona, - ' 1- 3 M Nancy Gaydos, James Monzel, joe jarmuszkiewicz, Mary Holmes,Cora Lesefky. 1 'l ' 8 Period, Miss Rupnik: BOTTOM ROW, QL TO RQ: Chris Chrestoff, Donna Johnston, Kathy Stephens, Ken Baris, Loraine Goetz, Tony Gabriele. ROW 2: Sandy Vallee, Diane Dennick, Sandy Kirby, Ruth Ager, Roberta Finneley, Pam Humpal. ROW 3: Paul Wacchaus, Wendell Q Rountree, Mark Mannion, Landin Robinette, Becky Brady, Joe Lorence. ROW 4: ,lim Ent- sminger, Brian Swatty, Keith Asher, Bill Miller, Phil Hogan, Howard Zucker, Ann Pascalel. NOT SHOWN: Krystal Kent, Pat Wilson. 165 X 1 Juniors After one year's experience at Euclid, the juniors returned for another year of work. They became the bullwarks of the athletic program and organiza- tions. Looking forward to future careers many jun- iors launched vocational programs while many col- lege bound students continued with their academic programs leading to a profession. As the year pro- gressed, the juniors met the challenges and in May accepted the reins of seniorhood. Thus, they became the class of 77. T aj' ff ' F v -4' "vw ' r ,an 'vias '- Q -' eff jf far--z ,i. .H It V J. 'Las N, 1-:I A I Qffsg .. .v eff' t . el I'-fi. , E n-.,x.A'u4vF N4 1 ' .' ,J gf ,- -- 'lf fr. 1-ff .15-'free ' f ut' - 1"' -. v 5 :. 5, . , ' ,ian-vii., .Nl .I , fr 11: t .4 . , ' x ' i 'arf " -- Lf 'JFJL4 . - X if 'if '54 , 5. 'fx ' . iv' ' -ki 4 - ' y ' Q Z 4 i -t .t I 166 Nb r-,bw 'QM bln 1. , . L viii 1 A R,-hx I "-fo'-f 167 A-P 1' R - n B 9: 4. I .. Qt Q -2? St' - . in Q I' r , iii? .. 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The school year of '75-'76 was also a very special year for seniors. They became more aware of the future, its responsibilities and challenges. All of the seniors were individuals. Some left school early and went to their jobs, while others stayed after school and participated in activities. For some, their final year was the best, and for others, it was an end of something old and a beginning of something new. , w N 5 436' , .ie 188 0 Y ' - '..-' 4 Q. f f -1- - , :N --mu. 2- - - -':qi.,.,' -f 51 The Class Cf ' :Qu 5, . if -W- ...L Bills Allll Robin Alabunla ah . 'l'luearlal!AlHlln laura Allen .il 1 an .., wr- f 1 .5 - ..-. l - , 9' l , -J, H11-. RoyAnucher Fredreck Andersky Kun. Ange,-gon Michelle Anderson Darlene Amollck Ronald Anzells Innice Aquilano Tammy Ansmis Kevin Atbgsnq f 3 mwa Heibdrtlmko 'A . gs- A S. A ' Aniu Augustine Jeannine Austin ' Klllllld! Austin ' ' C w i' Riff , . - 'RL in fy' ' 3'iiil9 g-. X J js. ,.,,,,: . wuz' ,liar Burhn-Bitlu Gnmetleiagwell Susan Baixel Debra Baker 'Th ,ful ,Q F A- Y A Llfazyhdy 2.TlneWdnendaynightBannmBunch. li ' Bm L A ' Slnrdnlhmbic Demlhmes gf, Q R' K2 - .4 IefE!gy'Barry 4 Lynnelhum I' , 0 - 1 4. 1 1 9 H'--gif! .mv , uf . K, +1 -. :A . I. R - ,If 'Q s l SQ ini tg. ' 4 i Q.- JMU, 3 'Va Robert Bilko Lynne Black Ruth Blankenship Carole Blase 1, Terri Kendro, budding secretary 2. Watching results can be painful. - Kathleenlkzgmt janetlierlan , 4 b . , l Q mbmhsemaage 1 - 'A 'vlbhniielek - " - :'1'Plfl'iCliBild5flili 4 Thani' 8155.19 . I-Ydil mill-Ill Linda Boeltcher A l Blrbnn Bollenbacher Kathie Bonfield lfhn looms Dunial Bosco Domenic Bosco Michael Bosco Uwe Bolzki Adu longed: Kevin Bowen gkl,,,4 5mm , nm, Bnhm George Brentar Leslie gudnu. Brign Bukovgc Thomas Bukovec Lynne Burke Judy Bums 1111105 Bury! I 5 ww x ,,..,,... ,,..-F-11-vunrfwff-' -'--- 'W ' , "fx , I w wf' -'ffifh ,Xi-'T , if .1.3f'ff N! -. ' K l i . -:Q . . 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'p 'x ,J V. ,Q 1 J X Y t .Q H X khliuvj'-51 K ' .gr " Rf joseph Ceres Jnmes Cervenka . ' 1 " ' 1 ,f 11 f' ' !1o V' l J A , .1-MM, f .r.,g Deborah Chambers Steven Champa Michel Chggg John Chasser Douglas Cheadle Fred Chesnes Rose Chorba 5 l-5152 cllffffdf Myra Christenscn Alan Christianson Nicholas Christopher Lorena Chuha Ggry Ciomgk Harry Clapp Kathy Clark 1. Is it Santa Claus or the "Easter" Bunny? 2. The scientific way to hang yourself. V 3. Did one of those plants just talk to me? 'fl Wx 1 Sheila Clinton Debra Collins Florene Cook ' Pamela Coons i Klflhfinf C0f'i8i" Ronald Coslanlino 1 ' Rwld Cv-wil' imma cow. Ulflflfl CUWPU Kristina Cngle 1. You can do some crazy things with glue. 2. Mike Scully and his 8 gang. . ZW s 1 1 fl p, 1,.3+ Mary Cunningham limes Cnplicki Keiih Diibfl' Timothy Dailey Linda D'Amico Linda Danzinger Maria Cuplicki Ann Czyzycki Iii 1' 1 -'I 4 Q ' I 3 1 1 2 1 5 x , I r A ,:'g "r1 .. ,55- 1 V A , U ,limes Delehanty Daniel DeMu-co IM Delhitie Donna Deming Diana Derganc ' W lkviy Vlrglnil Dhddntio David Dickard A-.. Elizabeth Dansko Dianna Deaton Carol Deemer Cheryl Degutis A 54" ' Z" . .rx Ku uri 1 4 I W 1 n 3 A fr I ,. -V no wtf.. Q 55..- gr, ..z.Ei' - JIY Didlald Cynthiz Dicki Richard Dieu Mary DiLalla Ngngy Dosanigm Mike Dohm Doreen Dorsey Claudia Dular Palrice Dunn Adrian Dzeba GNSWY Drew Jerome Drew Dgbgn Dudgk W . I 5601! EIS!!! Kevin Easlley Debra Eberwein 1. PUIE COl'lC8l'1fl'8tiOl'l . . . Sheel' talent. 2. Give me an E . , .! 203 James Edelman Annette Eeckhouc Kevin Eichler Hmmm Eienunn Paul Eikenburg Ronald Ellis MIS Elllll Glil Eroslrey Mgrygnn Evans Glu EY' Kiln EWU! . Stanley Fabianich Uda Fddl: , Louis Fanci Dm Fgfiul 1. Lois Buck, the professional wall cleaner, 2. Oli no-you're kidding! rf' . ..-v-"' ' ' -in A1 55 4 E mf , -45' P , af Lindg Fnlgy Martin Frederking Linda Fresenko Sggvgn Fqiggr y 1-" ie f "M Q if W' AJ -K -1 Alia Fuels! Gretchen Fulton l0hl'l FUl'l0n8 Donna Gadish ' w if J 4 -X Q uf K ' A 'X ' .AL . MV -9 , ' T f Tracyfisllalaer Mary Gambim Cynthia Garrett Tracy Gas! ' Kathy Cknsler William Geyer " 4 . A10 BIQAIGWIGI Mirhul Girimom ,Q A 41-'fi 41" , . . I ' I -'I H54 4 -'5l'?'L'x fr 'Q , xg ru Q. .-"I N .A l l I x l m l if fs - Thomas Golden Pairicia Golinski Darinka Colabic Michelle Cordon Lilly Grau Larry Gray 1, Which one is mine? Z, Who do you suppose they're looking at? 3. They forgot to freeze the floor. Deborah Glavm Cynthia Glick D.L....r:l:..L. - ' ' I -'K'-" " ' 5' l Robert cam l , i CJ? John Grebenc Joseph Grebem: ArtlmrGmegory Adrian Griffin Y' 5 . 9 . "za, f' A 'JJ'-' WS.. l Ll, 1 Diane Griswold Leonard Gutka Kathleen Grubar Susanne Cru U Stephanie Grzsik Richard Cudaitis Susan Gundling Robert Gross Joyce Habenichr 1. Performing major surgery. 2. Enjoying the first signs of winter. 3. Ring in the Spirit of '76, 165 P1 -I ,.,.--. I H-v T 'Ox "7 JZ f' . WW ,-.-. JL W "5 , ,- -x ,N -.,J' .. M I - l sl ,-4 I . Nr' iff ls' ,-fa V '.X- . -X W A X' ' :ga ' 'X '. Q -- A irfv ..f f e , fb -v-,, ,V ngqnff'-Q W Ji?.,:---1".,i , - - -.L-.4 1 I r.-,.. .4-I. . - -u . 1:0 ,A '-4. " f --b-.-an, .'- Q , 5 -' 'Y :--V5 Ja. A - , v eip 1 . X--V 'Vw -Nuf- T""I7 fr, vf-cf 'xx' , I NX Cul Hina, Hdly Hgngm Dalemarie Harai jeffrey Harich Barbara Harps 'I1uusHumll . JemHlsse lolml-lun Cullhtcher Helrylhnnlh IRISH!! Anlllklilycs Dulidlhymul I ,ff ff .- 'Y' F . fav ' 2"'f .I ' U I 5' J M: i 1 N., 'F El 1 I F, , A . .a Q , l ' I Q 1 1 rs n '1 WW: ,J J ": "HW I Q N Yi 1 5 F' , 1 an D ,w Q , , u -L, ,. , . f ,931 . . xl. .xl 4,4 'Q John Hayward Ruben Heindel A chfaswphu Hendershot xmas Hepp chnmphef Henk Dime!-lenk ' if' nfra---f D-bqnhuemi ' i , K - Thomas Hiebefr . Mary Beth Ann Hhvac Sandia Hlebak 1. Green thumbs 2. Sweets for the sweet ' 3. Bill Rambeau-eating again my 'Q Knhlsu I-Immun ' lun: Huston Charles Hutchinson Karen Hutchinson Carrie Hocevar john Hocevar Marlene Hodas Eliubeth Hoffert Kimberly Hoffmeyef Thomas Holtz Joseph Hongosh Martin Hulin Bonni' HUNPNCY r,, vflj, IJ we Tx -IB V-A X WV' 4 , x, 'Q '4' .km law, Kathryn ,Iakublsn Karen Janovics Cheryl jubec Robert lerin 1 It just :sn tworkmg Mr. Rackovan! fi' - QEIQNVEL, . Nh," V I Q N julieAnnJordan Kathyluntovic 1131333 Iosqlli Klill I lil! Kglves Patricia Kane Paul Kuneen v PIMQKQIOV - hurl! Knlclk Linda Knlelir Lorenz Kaursky Eric' Kuo UI an A L . -UA F' ff ff' A. V Q1 . 'v H Y' 'f":3' '- C ,-5' ,ai ' -1 1545 I' av' I f --Y F13 1 ? E ' 2 ,Aff . N.. IQ F9 . J, -.,, N N ff. --ji Y ' Mark Katrinak Brian Kan I , Jliflfixluf-iCEf'. Q -4 A Petgrlieck 1 h Reginaxekelis 3 A ymiqrnelxmp L ThegeseKgndm , .loyceliimack Alzx Kimberly julie Kinney 1. Rick Cowan, taking it easy. 2. She just doesn't like cameras. 3. How do you start this thing? Denis' K. I ,Knhilggq Kigdmer Rolf Kleinfeld 5 V L-Vi I Dum nm, Philomena Khm Kuhn!! . A pyxgd Smdnllocin 1 D' K I I du I- loelh KDS!! james Kmdic -:Q '-T..- - L i.1""'.Ziz1 -LES-:.g4?if"" :Z "v'- ' . ' , -.f:.--... - :i".4 . ...J 1- '- :.-1.-....: 1 'I'..-23.33.- -vn -- i 3 11-H p - 2:14 - i . uliifluhli -.-. -1 nn- -inn. A .- -. --..- .nr- 1 isis!-in in in Iv inn A n.un1r4-nj - 1 llli'lQ3l1 . 1a1nn:on-5--r4puvul I -li!-lil ' A-.!ill- ' - - ' ' ' ' ' -- """""'1D41 -il nn i . ' I 3- ' - - ' lg... .ig ' L- , ' --.4I,"'.- : ' - ' 4 . ' I , . - V 1 Y is .. . N 5' F71 A Q kr 'S r ' ' 1 ' 'lawn I x , ' - l ala. 1 if , 'H ...I 1 P , , 7' ' 87 - 'o I 1 u -- f ,, -- , . ' J . 5. . -D' A - P' lk. c I --ul . B Q ' -' 3, Q-cj -A .I ' ' J' Q-fm. 4.4 . Q -. LA., 945 5.0 all ' . . . MY? "' ' ,Ngl.. sa "' b! rt I", is W' 5 . a-1? '- .P , V . ar ,'ws"r-. I Q - xv AQ,lCg'f.l, l '4-V1-",'Q' 'F is ,l' ' 1. S., eff' 1 9 X " ' Y 9 n .ll I A , 1.15 1 I UNA 2 ffua' It l' . O Vo... ' ,+:.'-f -: .,' ll O 1 I ,.I, 0 John Kovmol Kmn" h Kosovich - Brian Koslreba Debra Kowalkowski Susan Kozel Mgrk Kozlowski Amlmqiy K1-'mg - A - I 1 :xt X N 49571 .rl -,Q :-. -A-1: ,, . x 41 1-,J X- .Q If I J, -A '-L ,XY Ivy' v- ' ' X 53,421.3 '-iTT'4'?k . f gif-if 1"f:fL5,3 r f. 'Q P -img - , ' , A:"a-i-..N.. .x f 1 .4:,'3'. , f' - A bf, -2, I ? I ,fj .,..Jb,hq 1 . 41 - ,A , g' ' f.'3'!',' . xg 1 f'TJci . -'w'o..:. 5 , 5-131 l 'V iqlr Dim! Kilmer Ronald Krinnovir Daneta Krizanovic Sharon Kmfim Susan Kmtinei Y Kenneth Krsolovic Robert Kunalh Warren Kurtz joseph lamben Kathleen lang 1. The 1976 Euclid Rockettes giving a top-notch performance. 2. Decking the halls with spirit. 3. She tripped me! She really did . .. Sharon Langdon Linda Laseak Thomas Latcavich Sharon Leinweber 'G i Lynn Rm ljpgggmb Cheryl Litwinowia Charles Ljubi 1-it Yi 1 , . 11 Immun! Mnda Lola: Kim Lombardi Donna Lorence 1. Experimentation, contemplation, frustration. 2. Up, up and away! 3. Do you feel a draft in this room? 218 1 Lind! Leonhardt Robert Lepley '-:x '7"5:f-!i:' Q x 311 1 , P if. wg--.1 x . N, . -, - . .J wr-wg V ,'! ,X fM hawk. x Ob- 14 . .1 29 9, f K fc . . K - . .-V, tim,-4 Y' 'W hr 's,.,' W . ,J . may x flzsisifgiful ,IV .Q, 5 A K .ff 3 - I Xxx- N X xi? john Manion ,lack Manu Janice Marino Q Rgbg-Q My-ing Robert Markiewicz Kim Markulin 0 'Il v 'v A N I - 1 on l fm Q- J .ltr I A I 1 I - .P V Mu-ginM.55ig11o VirginiaMaNhews 1 'l ' l '5R'-X l Qu.. ' Y -xr., -.- 1- 4 f X Miz, . .. . '::::':Z1' ji 6 .ixiagf -'1 jx --414 -- -A -.gr ,JQJA . """' Q fa. J9-wm,p-- Q . ,-bw-A., np , .JE vgqfl yuan .A x 1 - 5 'W- - 1. A "' "' Iv X- lv .AP -in I Mary Mavsar Russell May Louise Mazzaro Gary MCCIUI-3 Robert McConnell Elizabeth McCr:1th ,Af .qv-.U RTX' ,- K'."'TT" x . 4x 4? 4-U' H t t X ,- . N 'sigaaifgu v '- . ' ' -R xl Qspx--,. ... Y, A ,, -- Q. , if 'Y ... .v"'- 5' Q , h f - . '1 4 X I. i I ' ' ,S K3 QE- . , . ! , X.. f" g -...rx 'rn J k L x'k-Jiilsf ' ' V .T 1 . ,-I I? " '2,'Lf. KN if f 'A V3 'x . p ,y qc 'I ,U ' i f -1-' , K , . ,gr f V fn x 1. R -' . : 1 .1 f :x i ' Q g .1 x- 1Mf2g3,fg. . 3.1. X ' .1 TQ-X V ' x xr R - .'-.-.TA . X li 5' b .1 " A .1- "' ox . A Zt- wb 4 :V- I , f N 11 I N ,X 1 - I 'UH I' 4. .- - 1 Paula Moriarty Timothy Morris Vincent Morris William Morris Elizabeth Momji ' 'nm' 5 Terry Moses Janet Motuza Joanne Mnmor Walter Muellu jpgphine Munmuind f Barban Mullally Kalhy Mulligan James Mimson Chauncey Mm-ch Mary Ellen Murphy ' ' Cllfiililll MYSHHSRQ :A ' ' 1. Debbie Fink hard at work. 2. Hey Jean, you didn't eat one of those funny brownies, did you? 223 Til 'QM -1 bw: ' , Sql Valerie Nebeluy Gregg Neiuel ' Consnnce Nelson Debra Nemeth Dggg Nkgqg Sandra Noel Dale Noles Michael Noles Mark Novosel Dine Novctny , Phyllis Noyomy Wendy Nuliclc Evan Nunnally Klfhfyn Oiklflf 224 -4 Jeff? Giulio Oddo Brian O'Neill couem O'Neill Dennis o-man Q , J ohh Ostberg '- ' Monica Omlsek Sheryl Ogqsgk Todd Palmer ' Danute Palubinskas km Pimf' 1. The Senior Class: The Cheering Champs. 2. The answer was right on the tip of his tongue. 3. Welcome to my Secret World!! ' 5 9 -'ik 1 ' 1 Msyhthhvls . gm nm vam. nynafh ' A ' Michael Pdenn lame! Peru: H Kimberly Perkins 226 Taeuk Park Patricia Parker Lisa Pascair Tami Pascale 1 Y Janet Patfield Harry Paull - Q. All . A Q . ' ' I 'NL . u- I-5 , I . rl' 'r- . .r Sf ' fl 1 Q? 5, up I f H-,,. Q W 'r-fx 231' Q.-to X, :N .., XX - -wx 4 r 4 R X Q. --'25 , ,X n.l'v+V J - .V :ma 9 H ,,,. rf, it Q x. mr., nun., . 4Q'CQli?T z tins lawn,-. 'N -Nun, ?lg --ox Kenneth Perusek K Thomas Pestotnik Kenneth Petardi v----u-. .... .. -n . n .r ,.,,,i:.. -A 1 - V . r - .. ,. I Eric Pierson A Kgnnnh Piet V A . 3 V Eligabeih lfisrnntouj 1. Comic Relief V' ' l h 2. Button up your overcoat Y .loan Plovndr. Kenneth Podrinmik Linda Pqnelsli Q Karen Polunas . "Q -1-" 33? an 41 ir - -244' -1-D, 4. 1 . U 'I -A A S " :- wx - " 1' 5 Sandra Portilf James Post James Polocnik Eliubeih Puwfll Frank Powell Michelle Poyle Denise Pon-lnick A John Poznik Cathryn Pranskevich 1. Move your purse, Ron! 2. Euclid's contribution of knowledge. YTIT' Q -n'N-xp 2 .x A, N reg fl nck Pulzbadl 1' , .v 1 v. 1-',-p x 9 ? 1 A l 1. I n Q 1 " ' s nk' - x . fl N -Q-, Al -Z is W I W if 1 1. I 9. . 'J' . J , l , Sheryl Rayman! Jeffrey Reding Debt! Redman Cnla Reece ' n.fk.1:'neea. e Eleanor Rees Constance Reese Cnig Reeves Ill!! Rlid hmklin lgilly lmnie Rgpgr Roy Reshem Kim Rexrode 1. From my calculations, i!'s time to go home. 2. I don'I get il. I -Cynthia-Reel no 'f 5 Sis NRH3' 'N X N5 N Jeanette Ribarich ' E, 'Wx avg rx S - I , Y f -fjliiigidz 5 ,ja 5, " 'A . L - 4 --1 -1- ,agfggxfg , . f Q 'Lv .V ' s- - , .f . 2,511 !-,,,,.i.-n:,-v-- Susan Ricci Denise Rich i- Sally Romoser Grace Roselimein l n ll! Rm Timothy Rue Anthony Rozmuu Christopher Rupert , 4 Nik lid!! Nick Ryan Ronald Rygvec Mary Saba ummm . .V Kmn s11gy WnynQSampile I V F .-5, V r ' i ,, Q 1 Kuaiunhrn Cqgygmimem I A Q E 1 , I," ,,,, .' Q. Af KIMRIISYQ Alldl0ll1sY8l .. ,I A - 'N- ' ? I 11.' A X 4 zzz f ' af 5 ff Q 'F -1 N . iff f mg-' ,Fr ,X Q 1 iii? Z- Q , A-.-'T Q Q..- 54 11-1-'ff 6' '-'.- ' fs 'cf ff Jay W. . 4.13-'32 -. .N . , W. ,., ,. wi? ,9:9A,g ri 1. - PE 4 I Daniel Sexton Leo Shaner Steven Sharp Sharon Sharyr - l Ll'-llflll Shaw .1 Timothy Shu Bruce Shilander 4 Tfffiilili 5lll'Wl ' ' Ruben Sh-In Lulu Sibert . Michelle Sicurgzu Glen Siders john Sidwell ' Robert Siefkes 1 b ' l 1. Caught in the act. 2. l'd rather fight than switch. s I ,ur--. 495' 4--Q C.?Q'2".4? fv- A x ,xx 1 Q-. S NSSFSX ' ' 'T -PQ ,flaws -.J Q I 5. ll , Beverly Skur , Mifm 5 , , -Q! 'f:. A .- ,.-' w 4' , . - - Q . Vx' , - . if ' ,.,. .- ,x'gyg.,54C ff' , V v -4:ti'7" 1 3 if , X ' , f "wx xvxx z Y F 7 -. , r X 9 . '- 'wx - 1 A , ' X -Lgiriiesrginhf ,557 4 5-j, 1 I sf: X-VS' ' ,- " -Tri? . aw - -' - f0' rf ,H ff' ,I ,,m,,,-.-+-ag , , ,,:v.,gA, rf f "ffm .L ...I if ,:Z'5'...U 4. :V M, ,v vs ,.. N Am :wx alI"'Uh I-.A WFP' .. Vg L. . ka ff 9' WZ' Kathleen Spence ? .J WIIBLSI' + rm ll I . 'hq....,, John Stansfield Debra Stephens .leffery Sfevlzo V 1 'X I-ildi 1. And this is my bag of tricks, guaranteed to snag a mari. 2. C'mon Camloh, get it together! is 3. Won't ANYONEAhelp me do all this hpmework? A Dcluld sillmiff AMY 5f0Cll Marl:Stratl1ern .lfff!lY Siffifh Guygu-,bus b Runald Struu 1 , V Gggysgmn .limes Stubet TluomnSwaHnn Ronald Swaney 1. Bill Rambeau: Casanova of the halls. 2. You'3 smile too, if you knew wliat I was drawing. 238 1 1 . Knhy gmpko Wayne Strah Diane Strani w w i l l l . x Il ,wa X ., 9 kg, I? J l f", w :gpfffp V 34 ug A O -1 , ' . 4 LE., ,AN- ,,z 'Ns-x 111415 - . --. , -, up ,- -dilFi'f:.'E'z4 . ,Q -if-tg' igeil- R" lx H Q 5 A was 3 r- H' 'lf F . ' 5,5-wx' 1.92 h pie -'." ff af '5- b. ,,.8JLQg'fJ-g -Q 51 ,, 1 is Q' xt - Ag ll Q '4 HJ K A - X .,l x. , ' I T Vg I -- 2-L '1af,:.'g:- '12 ',.::S"f'f., W - - ' gif.: -3.,,1,5! .- -zu-'.31,i'S-13,5 ' . .. , ,- .., .V Q ,f . 'F f-pw, ' :L gr -My Suffer' 55- ,4-..f 5 bf, MLM Wag., 105 .7--7 fr F-9 X1 Ns- 'FL -4 'i :lvl xy 2 ' fi . W . Ag 1 F 5 Ov' ia? I. -N ,- ll If V X 3 ' I 1 f I K 1 'ND -3 New 1271 E lx. . X X X 4-rX'f- .Wi -5- H 5' -ea ,.v.-' . f e, -if . ,N M -V fy . .nj ,, sg , 'fflrri S , 4' ' 'lf' V i Tana' N 'Y I lo 2 l 5' wt. -Q vi i ,., is x L23 .kq, F-i 5 .fx ,F xx ,Q A, Q5 x .Ka A 'ff I-0101170130 wmum rmku nwaamh -Q afamrmsknhua A ' ' -Daiimhrgrg L My mommy always' packsfme xfry5l1i1i6hQ ' ' " 2. Sometimes I need a pat on the back. - ' 3. Our senior men? - Q E ' . .1 2 "Mtg ' :QM Nx- X ,ul- , ,ll 1 1 if I l, f L Ginn Tutino Richard Ubl Lynne Udc William Ullom lihllnd Beverly Urban .launulpluu 'rem Una -Dfvid Vallu SIMM Vwh Elizabeth Vane Dale Val Felt laveme Virgo Susan Vnrwig Robert Vercellino Terry Vesel Paul Vidal, Renee Voase lawrence Vollman V Margaret Wade Derek Wagner Bettylun Walker ' 3 Patricia Walker . L. , : . .4 .N J, 4 .K 'I 24 Wg MQ, ., N xy' -xx KennyWalsh ' .Q ' SUS!!!-Wlml' i Ax Jllqmlinewllm A 'r ' W ' 243. 'QS fn-Q ,S fi ,Qi ::f,.., FIN Wg-'rf .-Jilig . T915 xl -r .v IN' . CZL3' Y -.A 3 'SPH -as "' .ll , -""' x ' wr u WE' Q A., Q B " 'X' 'fat' ' 1 . ff' Q -wi wtf 'N L' . "T"T7' f A A 1 L.,- Q,-.Q.. v, I --w t -ig.. 5' '5 Q. iw, -.,'-,-N.--Lpwzz sig: ww. x x V: -1 eivivw- -E :EM ' Q-' A wwf,-S:.s'!5v' 'Ex --Q. K' -X-Y :L?"i1' '-1 ",gn4,'v:9'b-'. . -sfiix-5n1dQ:'3 3257? H .7 ,, wv. , . X., sy-qi ix. 8 N, Lg, '- 'kxgqga .. M- . -. . + - mm -sf. MY' mf. - ' Nancywinchester - - Killwiliftl-,A qs ia' - A ,QQ mr- 1 . . 3 , XX Q .,,.0N Ng hx, .sy 1 A 'V 9 Z 4 ',..,.V. WA Bndley,Yol:ig Riqlfgrd-'Yohior' , , '3 ..Q?'391' L L . I A - V Ee! hwy Zachary Elizabeth Zagora: 1 A .Q , .5 ' ts, fi A "ffl-if Janice Zahunncik Anita Zak 5 lv -' ' I l . . -'LHS .-H., ---,e f Chnslme Zalelel Donna Zaller Aduwklindil' - Mlzhul Zdanowid- Eric Zelman Barbara Zaman l , ..-. 1 'T T i v at JL Hafibf ifflbllllfkli ,Ohh Zigmlll Eric Zimmerman K . R W ar' - f M 2' C av " it M 'Q' QUCLI: 4 j! f-.--H43 C2529 '59-, 5. YM, L' ' x ' A4 V -s a R 4 A .Tw A: qs Q - Y' x 1 3:45 Q I , 1 ,' 91 D X ' if ' L. 'r A' , F . , f 1 "Q 'V wx -A- K ',N vf ' F' ' ., ws.-KA ,, H Q 1 I A ' s'ifY5 in " f :fa .L E: ee: -, 1 99? K' '21 N1 -. Q, . - F .I f 'A 3 -31,1 " 'if fn MikeChle GngColl.ins Edward Corral labs! Crunch John Datsun Jamie Di Tomaso Vicki Dmmlllg Matthew Donwen Zelma Duff Aly Dlko Denise Fanncluk Patricia Ferrell Dell! Guiana Lelsy Henman Alex Crlgor be-" -H- Q 2 i vgr Lv ' Terry Hershman Deborah Hunnzll Judy Keck Denise Kmralski Jammu Lg-lu F X 4 iq N , Z 'ha x.-Q- ' , I -if I -6" ,if ." 1 4 . . ,, 352.- T-v ' ' Marylou Mant: DimeMnur lllryhlclolqlllin I rmick Nami. nnhonammf ryqsuu.. charms-mu ' ' mv-ms ' 1. They stole this one from Nixon. L A ' I 2. Now, insert flap A into slot B. ' , A 2 Semor , 1Au ' id ' la al zek, on at .rdf .. my ,wwf f 'S' Anita K. 125 Key Club, 10-125 Fall Play, 115 125 Big Show, 10-125 Powder Puff Karen A. Brentar, George M. . It X Breskvar, Lyneah J. ' Choral A Masters, 125 Big Show, 11,125 Fall Play, 125 Senior Talent Night, 125 Gymnastics, 10-12. I Gym james K Cable, Cheryl Aj, ' 1 1 -uf ji 5 L stevens, Christi IOE 'Pres.,,-125 IOE, 11,125 Computerilocks, 12. p . y Cafarelli, Carol A. Cahill, Michael F. 5. 1 Caimi, Carmen D. rpdz, Lorelle L. V v V HS V . ' . 5 Debra A. ig, Dalffd S. .1. A , , Elizabeth A. Calabrese, Elizabet C.o.E. Club, 12, FBLA, 11, , Brockman, Patricia A. 10 12 10: pink pan- Caldrone, Nancyj. Camloh,,Mart1n D ' ,Choral"Masters, 10,115 N , Powder Puff Football Blue 12. Denise I.. ' 11,125 10-125 Eiididiahi Staff, 12, AFS, 10,11, Spirits. Masteis-10,11,. . Camloh, Michael A Candela,Samuel-H. . 1 .Q '7.Capella -D1-iniseL' j A 5 - NHS, .11,12,,5pu'1ts lBananasl Class, -2125 Jrlf-iqlass,,i115 -Senior SPECfI'Ufil1fU'i' ' R--Capgtp,EmestP.,i 1, , 'ds, 105 Teachers Aid, 10,125 Pow- 12: AFS, 10,115 GAA, QBananasJ, 10-125 Wai Napolo, 11, an, 125 al 'AA 5' 12, NHS, 11,125 I'J.v:,,ii13,1.scbai15ff1b,fBaske1ba11jT1i2 'naglies 5 .I I ..1-r. .- Y ,'.- ,fx , . AVF Boys, 115 Puff Cheerleader, 125 Carolyn S GAA, 10,11, Ski Club, 10,12 nanasl, 10-12. Cartul Susan M. ' UNQ Casciato, Robert R. , Senior Class, 125 Big Student Storeglwk... Cavell, Barbara J. C.O.E. Club, 125' GAA ym 115 Spirits 105 Grils sAid Cefaratti Jr. Class, 11. r ,. Cefaratti, Vicki 'fs Cheerleaders, 125 fBan asj, 10-125i ' Choral Masters, Girls QCho'rus?Y 105 GAA,12. ',. ' ' nf ng, N .V Cek, Cynthia A Centa, Christine M. NHS, 11,125 Pink Panthers Treas., 10-125 Spirits lBananasJ Pres., 11,125 Senior Class, 125 Jr. Class, 115 Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. I . 'ir Centa, john A. . H ski Club, 125WeightClub,L10. 'f"1,,, gf Cerer, joseph V. Swim Leaders Boys, 125 Swimming, Spirits fBananasJ, Student Big show, 1o-12.-5 ior Class 12- Powder 10 ZF Cheerldrs Capt., .. .' : ,, ln "' I V . . .i 1. A I 11. , ' 1- 2 ' 5 . 1 . :Q Vluv -1. L.,..1.- ' 4 .lf s--I-tl: Q-..,,f, K Q ,'--a . 'V' tr . Ji i.'i"f, :g .,. p A 4. fi? ur .N ' -,N ,J -"gp: ., 1,1-, '51 I-1. J 1 1, I .s.f- 11.- we -P.-1 1 F - r. Hill. ,V-1-V. Q N A,-5--If 1 -4 1 - 1- , Qsfg w.,-'14-it n 9 if' a' . 1 4- i Y 1' 'v l -'vii-,L 1 V .11. 1- -. rl .4 GAA, 10-12, Horse- 11,12, Spirits lBa- Choral, 12, Choral 12, Jr. Cabinet, Girls Track, 10-12, 1 - u Gold, 12. .,i:,f:g.-tg -fifty-1 . U' . l A 1 is T 'Ea fx I 'L 'r C l A NH .4 ,123 Pink s Pres., 10-12, Sen- ior 12, Tea Aid, 12, Powder Puff . I 'HR' .Blue, 12. hi ' Q hampa Wg,-i' ., 1 "-seq? sins' ,',V H 1011' Spirits tBananasl, 1 " la lRleClub 1112. Farasir . jr weight Club v. Pres., ,rt f ' 1 .1 1 5 v 1' l mk All G 1 . -. R 1 r i 1 . Qi A :WR fr 1, ,. - f ,- '- 217' - " ,I ,r 4' s wi ,SQ 1 r . . , ' ,Q llr, t , I -.4 1 r . , ,i 1 01' 1.9 r- 'Lys , ,i 1. ,lv 1 yy , P- 1 I - ,, - . lx fr' s ' ' Je .1 A s tl ' Lil...--gww, ts vt .d-,:.,4,,,,'i- 4 ' ,Q . 'I ' , 1.- " '-' s v ls 75 Q ' I .4- x. 1 I lil 4 s . . 5 Avi, is ,.,.k A 8 .., ' J .'.,1L3.i, ' Q P '72,-fiilf 1: ...i .- , ChrestoEf,fLj? ll' if W 'C W Powder Puff ue 12 Spirits fila- V. .. I z dnanasl,10,G4A,16I 1 Gm--n,M,-sia- Christiamsoit, ciursmphg, rerciraigi ' Gym Leaders' 11.122 'I-etterm , Spirits tBanHnas1,,1.1,12, Football, 11,12, Foot- ball Captain,'I.Z7,I.V.Fiolball, 10. an Club, 11,12, Chlxha, Loretta - Astronomy Club, 10: ill!-lidian Staff, 11,12, Girls Chorus, 11. ,' Q1 ,. Ciornelc, Gary I ClapP,'Harry S.' ll l,.' L' Clark, Kathy Eg, U P- 1 Powder Puff Clarlce, Patricklitigfl 5' - s .' , '9."tfR"g L' .-3,5 . . . ' Columbia, Jeffrey R. O.E.A. Treasurer, 11,12. Connelly, Rita M. Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. Conway, Halle Spirits tBananasl, 12, Student Council, 11, 12, Student Council Sect., 12, Senior Class, 12, Powder Puff Foo 12, Senior Scandal, 12. K. , X Cook,Floreene .. f -- f N. 54' JP. im Coons, Pamela . -- SpiritstBananasl,11, ,10. - Corbran, Bettina M. "" Corr , ward I. ' AFS, 12, iClub, 12, Senior Class, 12. K 1.1 . ' E' Corrigan, Katherine ' Costantino, Ronald D. 3, N. .Lo S. . ,t. Costello, Rogpld J. 1 ' 'A . --. pf e 1 A , ' Cowan, Richard D. AFS, 11,,lQS, 11,12, NHS, 11,12-7.Sen dal, 12,-' Editorial, i1L,1 , Varsity Cho- ral, 11, oral Masters, 10, Band, 10-11 Stage 1- 0-12, Big Show, 10-12, Fall Play ior ,Scan- 11,125 State, 12, Senior Talent Night 10-12, ' ' r, 10, Swimming, 10,11, Marching Band,1 f . ,np Cowp, ,BarbaraJ. Spirits V ananasl, 10-12, Senior Class, 12, Sports IQids,11. - 4 r Cragle, Kristina E. Criado, Kathy J. P O.E.A. Club, 11,12, O.E.A. Secretary, 12, IOE, 11,125 IOE V. Pres., 11. r Crouch, Robert L. ,A ,,,5,.,fjSf'fjf,flfh A nningham, Mary B. 3 A rits lBananasJ 1012 Student Council Choral Masters 1112 Big Show 1012 lent Night 12 Powder Puff Football Blue 1 V Girls Chorus 10 , . s 5. I I . 1- ' f--"- -9 , - : ,4 3 Kei. . 1 - . , , ' , - ,s ,fi 5,5113-a' , nter Play, 10-12, Senior Class, 12, Seniori " ' ' . , , ' . V5.3 . L, . I 1 Q 1 .- ..-! -if , , . . V. . V lfzaplickijames l' ' 1' . ' ' E' 9, 5 1 ,fCzapliclci, Maria S. l Collins, Debra L Collins,Greg , Letterman Club, 11,12, Gym Ilatltts, 1.1, SpiritsfBananasl, 11.12, FootballClPflil1,12i ' t l . MF ,Czyzycki, Ann T. TPBLA, ro, D.E. Club v. Pres., 12, NHS, 11,12. 2 ' 4 Daiber, Keith B. Golf, 12, Ski Club, 10-12. Dailey, Timothy R. Golf Club, 10,11, Golf Club Pres., 11,12, Key Club, 10, NHS, 11,12. D Amico Danzi -er fe Daraslko, Elizabeth Euclidian Staff, 10,11, ian, 11. Deaton, il'.,,- aL. . Deemer,C olL, H T 1 Degutis, 'nf-2. . na Marie Diana M. s Laureen A. David , Cynthia Careers, 10111, Ski Club, 10-12, Survey Editorial, 10-12, Survey E' tori l:drtor,12,IQS,11,12. - Di z, Richard . ,, . I l Di Lalla,Mary A .A x. Di Thomaso, Jamie R Doganiero, N cy Ann .4 I IOE Pres., 11, O.E.yA., Club, 12, IOE, 11. 1 l Donovan, Mallthew J . -l ' 11,192 , Doreen A. I . . . . 5' V1rg1n,1a 1. 41 12, FBLA, 10, GAA, 10, Powdg Blue, 12 , t 'i 1 ft W --, . 'A -B 'a ' "' 4 W .4-aaukuaikllnn Gold Eyer, Gail Humanities Store, 10, Aid, 12. ' Eyrna Aid l' 12 Big 12. ther Club, 10-125 Pink 125 Senior Scandal, 125 125 Student Council, 125 Class, 125 Ir. Class, 115 Senior Talent Night, 125 ball Gold, 125 Euclidian Finneley, Mary Anne C.O.E. Club, 125 Survey AiCl,10. -nr-up-,.--aa...-.'. 105 fl'eacher's an--.4-..- -.--6. ff . .- 1 f X , k. 1 B d P1 ' G '51Af 5 5, . 1 an 1 zsi on , as Q in-swan.-V I .0 . . , T-Q--Q 1 'Mfr f-fggf., Flanaga ,,M1chaelI. 1 5 5 5 Senior Scandal, 125 Ir. Cabinet? 115 Senxof Class, 125 Sbirits lBananasl,511,125 Senior.,s',ff5ii15,?1.' U Talent Nightf'lZT'f""4""f' ""'T' '55 st, 115 NHS, 11,125 Student I V 1 ,' or Class, 125 AFS, 115TeaCl'1Er'S ' 3 . U - hmmm. - "N 5 ' HWY . "T " ,11iii!?9?it3:'i 1 D , , 1 n fi: bhtra , ' rl ia - - MCM C V' . L FA l I ,--',.',v.-'7p:'T-L 125 Ars, 10-125 TE8Cl19l" . vi 'i' ', 4111.1-.eaderS9lE1S1l1:,,,g, ffTg5gi?F"1.flif'2 Track, 10,115 Winter Play, 1 2., , t Q 11.1, .. 125 Marching Band, 10-12: , resman.,-S-te .,..,.nn--'wf4"W"""" 125 Majorette Club, 10-125 Key Clulggjgil-it 5 . ph """f"' ""i ""' 'I if . 1 + fgzu,-ur-Eortunato,, CatheL1ne,,,,,,, , W ww, ' a 1 Stanle clerk-Typist, 11, c.o.E. Club, 11, FBL1q"""'NM-"Q -W--1--1, Y 5 FQ!-Q-105Senior TalentNi2hL.lZ.m,, hhyxnh WMM-F 'Q " X p-.gif . an '51 --Foskey,JohnR.. - .,.,. -, L mms" NHS, 11,125 Senior Class, 125 U '7 11,12, 5 f 5 R , . 5- 11.11. , - 5 Fox, Ted R. 1 Louis M. 5------.-L..- Farenchak, Denise Dan R. ynthia A. AFS Secretary, 12, Euclldian Section Editor, 125 GAA, 10,115 Gym East, 115 NHS, 11,125 11,125 Spectrum, 10. 3351. V Radio Club, 115 I.V. Football, 10. , Linda S. Typist, 11,12. Martin I. Ka -Q. . Sprits lBananasJ 11 12 10 12 I.V. Basketball 10 .rman Club, 10-12. ' Blue ' it I2 'Gretelmen 5 10,115 Ir. Class, 11 ' . 1 J 'CN nf' -v -- Y P14 Q .-.of ,v . 1 a lf sf-'v 'Q ag -My V. X 1. 5 .- . .FZ A '45,-v. ' nfs . ,S . .4 lv 'L - . . V . ' -N' r ' - no U-,QSM ' ' -1 .r1cBf52Jagi11fes J. .,s-. , 12 Stage Band 1 Play, 11,125 Winter 125 Senior Talent A. x . - ' . - ,Fig1k,.Deb'orah M. ,,'guq1i1i15n, staff, 12, NHS, 11,125 Pink .,'-, f -1.2 ....v'- A Q, s ,, - ., se .-P -... - .Q 4 -- " - ,. . ,, 4. In., .---'. x..- -..s. - - S in . ,. 4 . .. Q - ,v 1 . '- as 'H 4 3 1: .fi-J ' -" wit- f -, ' fat-S 125 Girls Chorus,'1o. ,.Fvf1Q11s1-JOMM' 1 1 at .,"f?Treas, 125"Survey Editorial, 10-125 IQS, 125 5 'Sgorts-Aids,10-12. A 5 ge ' ., , -C-adish, Donna I. , ' Callaher,Tracy1. , Gambitta,MaryA. 'V NHS, T11.,125,S.l.e. QF.T.A.J, 10-125 S.I.E. lF.T.A.J- ' X . , N xxx lm Q . irls Bas ls Basebal Band 1 ECI'Ef8 ' A -Q, ' ' 5 ' 1 LS? - 'Q-'lwqgii-L , ' 'F,.?:'Qrt K V ',.j.:,":ff je fit, 'f34.,"Z., 1 fs' .4-,vf kiwi: - , --.,.a, .. g',,s," ' 5. ,"' -.-.Wa .- V. ' -.-19 iWf,,"9-2 N' 'gs' -- . I . 1 .nw L.- fgffr-' ' Q wi" . , - g1:r,.f',' ,jfifff IX. l ,j pjg,f5v feg r - 5g:,,1LL.g5:,g ,2',T.3jilP ' :X.f11"'X 1-. Lili" wx vim -1' 1" V, ,,, . .. , Y ,, ..,. 51 . iffirzig A -L C fiq- 6 f".z',"xfff3gQC121Ii:'-V 4 .L . ai.-2. ,f rn.. f U L A 4.5 . :Ja .", , 1331 gi b 2 X ' ' - ':'-:" -ff'- .LH TT qw 'if rg.--' . ,.,. ,g , . A, , ., 1 , .., , MJ, ' i'dQf15 PJ'fff535""L?f'L" Ni lfiigi , Fm,-'1 114' '55,-N.:H'.'fx-'.?g5-,lfiiibM,?g:1ks'4i. - .gg?si-iss --fini : 1 - - ,J N if 5: ..1'2ffCi.H?1,:. I ' : 4-,gg .ff ' ' .-f1"v+:'-'fx -1354 - . , Q . ,V f. . f ,, .A 3- 'U ,,,. Aid 1112. QBananasQ 1112 Student Council Pu Swimming 10-12 Swimming Captain MCD01 M3Ik16WlCZ, Robert E, ln, Kim D. nas, Em Club And Ind. Club 10 Pink Pan Spirits 11 12 Powder Puff ll Blue Senior ,V 12, 'Office Mavsar, Maxwell, Alan May, RussellTf J. Q 4 41' Y 1 4. Mazur, Diane . fd .- . Mazzaro, LouiseiM"'. B AFS, 12, Girls Chorus, 10, Girls Basketball, 10. Mc Clurg, Gary E. ' c Connell, Robert W. '. . Basketball, 10, Basketball, 11. Mc Craith, Elizabeth Euclidian- Salesman, 12, Spirits fliananasj, 12, Student Council, 12, Euclidian Salesman, 12, GAA, 10, Pink Panther Club, 10,11, Spir- its KBananasJ, 12, Studen uncil, 12, Senior Class, 12, Senior Talent Ni Mc Donald, Matthew S. A Gym 12, Spirits fBananasJ, 10-12, Spirits Pres., 12, Student Council, - Club, 12, Band, 10, Senior Cabi- Clas 12, Soccer, 10-12,.J.V. V. Socc aptain, 10, Povqder 12, Le n Club, 12. Brian K 12, Spirits., lBananasJ, Letterman X J A 'ller, Brxfm p ' if .1 ,L yt' Z F 5--n., L -l H h, ,ttf , ve 1 zz, - ' ,fl .' 1 gt: ,Zi-' Bari ,ta qhhesrra, 12, 10- 12, f i 10, Marchingf'Ba51k1g.,-410-12 Pep B d, 10, H rass Choj.g,.11,12,.':"Christ- masB 1 if YY f '- Miller, A L AFS, 10, M real Careers 1112 areers Sect. 12,.Band 10 12 Mar Band O-12, Pep Band, 12. Miller, Kimberly D. Miller, Marga y a Miller,Scott Gym Letterman Club,L 12 Spirits 10-12, Weight Club, 10- 12, Football I.V. Football, 10-12. , Mlalcar, Medical Careers, 11, Ir. Cabinet Class, 12, Powder Puff Football Q 9r1'f""L2 P7 L fl' I ft" I x 19" X 5 A. -1" 3 ' - . tj q A 'Sa 'FP KJ S - Q .. tv, r Al' I .4 ' vu- .J td li ' I 7.47. 1 A A-4 N- L nu iv- . V. Q, 4 4' 'Q ,f" !' 1? N , A . g ww ,fp Q, - I - I Qu P ' ' , . 1 'JJ' 'mi 1 195' --thx J. 4 ,fx .v lx - , Q 1 V,-C' "it Jig 15- 4 .. ,ggi Puff Football cialdfizf A l Poyle, Michelle NHS, 11,125 Medical Careers, 10,115 Survey Editorial, 11. l Pozelnik, Denise J. I IOE, 11,125 O.E.A. Club, 11,12. Poznik, John M. Pranskevich, Cathryn NHS, 11,125 AFS, 10,115 Spirits fBananasJ, 10,115 Senior Class, 125 Powder Puff Foot- ball Gold, 125 Senior Talent Night, 125 Big Show, 10,12. Pratt, Deborah K. Euclidian Staff, 10,115 IQS, 11. l Pred, Nancy G. QBananaSl, 11,125 Majorettes, 11,125 Captain, 125 NHS, 11,125 Student , Councll, 125 '1r:'Class,,,115 Senior Class, 125 . I Puff Football Gold, 125 Senior Scandal, " 'L A . 1 ..,, mfg. Euclidian Staff, 1 , . I Astrono- -v-M Club 10-12 Aids, Senior Re 12- Gym Leaders 1112' GAA, Raggets, Jefferyi,D. L y A 1 5' Raggets, Lauri Q , ll Clerk-Typist, 11,1 gd , ' . '17 Rambeau, W1 iam C. ip' Swim Leaders Boys, 11,125 Water'pPo o, 10, 125 Cross Country, 115 Swimming, 10-125 5 11 IQ5 xPQwder Puff Cheeq1qader,12. F ' 10 Win Rash,NaomiH-6 1 ,MWA g , . x , W Q - I , 1,r.yZ55xM LE5j N Ihomiigf-1 ,V ' " i g - , , , Q- fr. lf R asus., Q. " L , 'V . kgxiigjfk aY'.L '2.'.f we 1 " " - " ' QF' ' 1 ' ' A v a. .Q uf 5, ,,gw"'-z.:-...Esgfg fs. W is :I 1 3: ,yu , 5 Sis . V. a l l , st . ' ' 4 A . ,ls 'PL we - 'fr-xif ' ' H-' y- , 3.. ...""f D- Q ,-5 .- ' an 1' -' '3'L'Aik.,-'Q 4, l - "iii "-M 'frwr' , 49 .4 ,V , , 1 1 Football --12' I Masters s Who In High oo Sicure Medical Careers its iBana asl Club, 125 Night, iders len Siefke , imo iane .,, AA Teac Aid, 11,125 Senior Class, Sisson, Allen Sivik, James M. if Skrjanc, Michael E. A Band, 10-125 Orchestra, 11,12. Skupic, Margaret M. if IOE, 11,125 O.E.A. Club, 11,1 K ajorettes Captain, 115 Spirits fBananasj, ,115 Girls Track, 115 Senior Class, 125 ior Talent Night, 12. Skur, Beverly AFS, 11,125 Humaniti s East, 115 Medical Careers, 105 NHS, ,15 Choral Masters, 11,125 Big Show 10- 5 , ior Class, 125 Pow- der Puff Foot d, . is V s , lb Slusser, Mar 1a Cheerleaders, 1, 5 Powder Puff Football Blue, 125 Spirits lBananasJ, 11,125 Senior Talent Night, 12. 5 Smerdel, Ric ' - V P 5 Q I SII1ifl'l,Cl'l8I'l6 Ei ,Y Smith, Debbie g Smith, Donald ' Swimming, 10-12. Smith, Eileen M. -. Smith, Lorrie A. C.O.E. Club Pres., 1 O.E.A. Club, 115 IOE, 115 lOE Sed., 11. I 1 1 l S ,, ., ,..,ji-f-1mnx,:...Lf.4 ,Ji mumm- 2 Lorraine E. .any - L ,u,..,.- .,.ov.va..- Sporcic, John P. Springborn, Jan C. Kurt E. B Wh Dorthie L. . o.E.A. Club, 11,12. John' Mi ""i ' Stansfield, John M. Letterman Club, 11,125 Spirits fBananasJ 10-125 Student Council Pres., 125 Senior Class 1 1-1-1f27,l.V.B3S8b3ll5 10. Starr, Debra I. Pink Panther Club, 10,115 Medical Careers, 10. Stass, Brigitte C. -fs.. Steinfurth, Nancy A. FBLA, 10, FBLA V. Pres., 115 FBLA Pres. 125 Euclidian Salesman, 11,125 NHS, 11,12 Senior Class, 12. Stephens, Debra A. ,A Sternburg, Danny D. 3 kffrey A. 5 mddfffflub L' ta-.Iss ' Club V. Pres., 115 Band, Stevko, Linda M. Spirits fBananasJ, 12. Stoch lifcfhoral ersg?5 Girls 10-125 Baseball, Strang, CAA, 105 And Ind. Club, Girls Hockey, 105 's Aid, 105 Club, Soeder, Kurt Soulerin, jordan Choral Masters, South, john F. Wrestling Captain, Speece, Michael Ski Club, 11. 11,12. ? Qtrathern, E. Streich M. S oberg W. . NF' 1 3 is Stuber, James M. Stylianou, Mike Alex Swaidner, Thomas O. Swaney, Robert VV. Swearingen, Barbara lYai Napolo, 10: Swim Leaders Girls, 10. Switzer, James M. HPS, 11,125 Euclidian Staff, 11,125 Key Club, 'l0,l1f Key Club Pres., 12: IQS, 121 NHS, 11. lb Radio Club, 10,115 Varsity Choral, 12, Choill Masters, 115 Big Show, 11,125 Senior Class, 125115. Class, 112 Boys State, 115 Sen- ior Talent Night, 10-12: Computer jocks, 125 Euclidian Section Editor, 125 Who's Who l1lH1gl1sflm1.u. 1 Sylte, Carol A. Ellclicliln Staff, 10. Szabo, Catherine L. Szabo, Donna K. GAA. 10-125 500 Mile Club, 125 Girls Bas- ketball, 10-12: Girls Track, 10-12. Taddie, Dale R. Talty, joseph E. Tanner, Ralph E. Taton, Michael I. j.V. Tennis, 10,115 Tennis, 12. Taylor, M1 Katherine AFS, 105 1.V. Indoor Track, 10. Taylor, Pamela A. Girls State, 11. Taylor, Sandra Taylor, Virginia E. Tekancic,'Christine FBLA.105QE. Club, 115D.E. Club Sect., 12. Telich, Mary lo Wai NapoQg,.10,11, Wai Napolo V. Pres., 12: Sqim Llilhrs Girls, 10,115 Powder Puff Foothill Blue, iz. Ad Club, 11,125 GAA, lo, Splms llhlugq' , io-12, Senior Talent Ni f, 125 Girls Chorus, 10. sh .gg ' Theodore, Claire A. Teacher's Aid, 11, Ski Club, 11,125 Spirits tBananasl, 115 Student Council, 115 Choral Masters, 115 Girls Chorus, 10, Big Show, 115 Senior Class, 12, jr. Class, 115 Senior Talent Night,12. Theodos, Diane J. Eucuyo, 125 Euclidian Staff, 125 IQS, 125 GAA, 10-125 Spirits lBananasj, 10,115 Student Coun- cil, 115 Senior Class, 125 Jr. Class, 115 Voc. And lnd. Club, 11,12. Thomas, Mark S. Thompson, Barbara P. Euclidian Staff, 10-125 Euclidian Salesman, 11,125 Euclidian Section Editor, 125 IQS, 125 Senior Talent Night, 125 Big Show, 12. Thompson, Lynda Gail GAA, 10,115 Medical Careers, 10,115 Pink Panther Club, 105 Spirits QBananasl, 105 jr. Class, 11. Thompson, Michael L. .z, 1 .v ll.. . Thomson, Ronald W. -fg,1 .lfsi:as-- ..::t:.,2 ,s- Blue, 125 Medical Careers 'ifsrf 12- C53-I nastlcsgfrlg,-512,'... ' if ,gif ' ' . . , if 31 Tlmm, Michael A., 11355 . if - ji' -' Va U , Ellldv f, 1 V , ': .X 9.1, -, ,1-'naw . - , f T0lgO, Loretta L. I . Ban, N0'11' Se - 3 5' O.E.A. Vice Presiderifilg 'I' . 1 Tomko, William., Baseball, 1112, lv, Baseball, 10, lgauiaar Puff Football Coach, 12. 1' -'25 .1 Toth, David M. P' " -- . 1- ' A Traxler, Jayne L. ' .. .15 'J 1 ' .5 .1-Ulf' Trevarthen, Holly A. 5 AFS, 10-125 Euclidian Staff, 11,125 Euclidian Salesman, 11,125 Medical Careers, 10,115 Medical Careers V. Pres., 115 NHS, 11,125 Choral Masters, 11,125 Girls Chorus, 10. Tripp, William A. Euclidian Staff 11- GAA 10 11' Pink Panth fl Umek, Ruth M. Club, 105 Spirils llllananas, 105,Girls Hockfl Urban, Beverly Medical Careers, 115 Pink Panther Club, 125 Powder Puff Football Gold, 12. Urgeleit, Bonita Pink Panthers V. Pres., 115 Powder Puff Foot- ball Gold, 125 Senior Class, 125 Jr. Class, 115 Student Council, 125 Teacher's Aid, 12. Ussai, Terri A. Valus, David E. Vanah, Sandra L. ' Spirits fBananasj, 125 Senior Class, 125 Pow- Varifl Pelt Dale Soccer, 125 J.V. i Va-rgo, ,I.a.ygrne M. ., 'E A ":fQ?Ylf:' l ,. Vercellino, Robert Student Council 12- Teacher's l Vesel, Terry FBLA, 11,125 Choral Masters, 11,125 Pink Panther Club, 10-125 Senior 125 Teacher's Aid, 11,12. ' l Vidal, Paul E. lolz, 11,125 los, 11,125 ,f,E.A. Club, Trommettenlohn Survey Bus., 11,125 Sur Bus. Cross Country, 10,127 I.V. lndoor Track, Computer Jggksl 12. 105 Track, 10. 3 ' , Voasg. Renee . ll?-Rf " ,fill K ' , Tfofta' John A' 0.E.A.l:.1 511:61-1 :Br-S. Trea C' legal : 11,125 Truskolaskl,Brlan F. I, 1 UL., u f an o.E.A. Club, 11,12. ,.Qg.lf4"'.5-.,1,.- ff 4 if JP 1g9'1l?'ff,f'l1'5: ll S575 ,HZ lim 11 Turk, Donna Lee '-ilwlr ' I Pink Panther Club, 105 Spirits fBana'nasJ, 105 GAA, 10, Band, 11,12. - Tutino, Gina S. Ubl, Richard 1. Letterman Club, 11,12. Ucic, Lynne M. C.O.E. Club, 125 FBLA, 11,125 lQS, 11,125 Survey Bus.,11,125GirlsChorus,10. ,,1o,12, Orchestra' 10111: Big Show, Ullom, William j. Vollma by I E. Wade, Miargaret , Wagner, Derek B. AFS Science Seminar, 10,115 T Aid V Tennis 10 Tennis 11 12 10-12, Swim Marching Band 10-125 Who's Who ln Walker, Patricia C.O.E. Club, 12. Walsh, Kenny Lon Walsh, Susan M. Medical Careers, 10-125 Girls Chorus, 10. Walter, Jacqueline R. Girls Chorus, 10. Wandersleben, Mark W. Letterman Club, 125 Spirits fBananasJ, 10- 125 Football, 10,115 Track, 10-125 Wrestling Captain, 10-12. Ward, Geoirganne i Wardeinerf Laura I. Ad Club, 10-525 GAA V. Pres., 125 Gym Lead- ers, 11,125 fipirts QBa' anasj, 11,125 ,Senior Cabinet, 125SGAA, 10, 15 Jr. Class, 1 5 Girls Track, 10-125Cirls V011 ball, 10-12. 5 Watermang, Karen . Webster, Janice Humanities East, 115 11,12. 11,12, Club Talent Night, 125 Girls Baseball, 105 Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. Williams, Pamela L. Wilson, Lawrence A. Winchester, Nancy J. jr. Class, 11. Wintle, Kim M. Band, 105 Girls Track, 105 S.I.E. KF.T.A.j, 125 Senior Talent Night, 12. Wirsching, Robert G. J.V. Soccer, 10-125 J.V. Basketball, 10. Wolski, Gary M. Woodruff, Karen Lee AFS 10-12' Eucl Staff, 12, Swim Euclidian , 1 Science Senllinar, 105 IQS, 1 NHS, Varsity Choral Masters Chorus, Big 115 Girl Indoor Play, 12. Zak, Anita J. GAA, 10,115 Spirits fBananasJ, 10-125 Stu- dent Council, 125 Senior Class, 125 Girls Track, 105 Girls Tennis, 11,125 Girls Swimming, 10,115Powder Puff Football Blue, 12, Zaletel, Christine M. NHS, 11,12. Zaller, Donna I. Clerk-Typist, 11,125 Clerk-Typist V. Pres., 125 GAA, 105 Girls Basketball, 10-125 Girls Baseball, 105 Powder Puff Football Blue, 12. Zaller, Raymond K. Zarlinski, Andrew E. Zdanowicz, Michael Zelman, Eric R. Zeman, Barbara A. Zerby, Michael L. etkulidrichefyl M. .A. Club,,11,1125 O.E.A. President, 125 IOE, 1,404 NHS, 11,12g E John A Aid 11,125? Student l Carla I. Ijeffrev . Club, 105 NHS, 11,125 Science Ban 0-125i'Stage Band, 12- Big Show, - U' , 5 arc 1 and 10-12 - Gold, f.1""T Club, 25 10-121'lnng- ef 5. - .V " . , , 1 y A ,ff-in '81 3 1 ers 0 I F fr. . I gf r4ff9 5 P 9- ' ' . ' A. 5, ., ., I I - A :hr l X Q In ,- -' r.: " ',:. L.: - 4j 1::3 I xx fi" V' A . I' , 5 ' "f4, - I , 1- - " , ..-Yr:-.i l .-t U W-I g, If " 5 h . A' ' x . :ffl I r ' . . - ' i .Y . - 4 ,, ,,f'a,-'s Nw, 6 -" Q 5- --- . ? 1 Jw...'Q .w' ., , ff? ' N ' ki ' ff, , fi f X P . g You -' N , LJ WI -5. 'hh ' :' : U ,. A1 :ij -' 1, L.,.,'f- L f y. H Q - - -1.-it fl ,if M ,5, n? -: WX Our P 4 xosure"g - , X J 14-1 I ' X dir. U xv 7 I ,' 1 V "' ,gr ,ll - I' -Q:'5:,f. ',', ', , ,:f" 1. !fi'N"gf3-w- , rg . 1 .Al ."v?1'i':'?,. I , I I -" 1 . . ' ' l A U ' 1 l ' F U Nw -A A- i V' 4 K , 51. ' fy' FTD ' ' PHQNE -4343 nm monovmm 2 R A my f , , -4 HJ' l l 1 V , V nl A- .. ' 1 ' QQ '.-"' ., . .I 1' ' : fi? mx, Q ,lgjhl ln., 1,1-.1. X , -, . : 1' Q I - ' .1 ' , ll kr, 'f' I I " 1 : ' V it , , ' I' ' ' . J , 1 .,, U . 4ao EAST zoo sr. ,ig W' 2' i RAIMOR STUDICS OFFICIAL CLASS PI-IOTOGRAPI-IER 750 EAST 185th STREET 481-1166 BOULEVARD , I If : B055 I BEVERAGE fu CAR CARE INC COMPLETE AUTO RECONDITIONING I , . INTERIOR DYED COMPLETE DISCOUNT TIRE CENTER f ' I -ALL BRANDS S f 22742 SHORE CENTER 5316600 2896466 BOB HOWARD Congratulatlons 'N-wma TOWER AUTO PARTS 358 EAST 152 STREET 531 8077 .II .I I . .I 21-6 XADVERTISINC ff -I I I H 21734 ST. CLAIR ' 1 I 1 ' il 1 - 1 4 III ,II 0 lay - VINYL TOPS . O O ?I ' I A I I Congratulations And Good Luck to the Class of 1976 PTSA Euclld Sen1or I-hgh School Parent Teacher Student ASSOC1at10H L. -N 5 ' BEST WISHES W TO THE CLASS OF 1976 -1 Z rn U CI -I cn v-4l"'1'1C'.U5 NWG'-ILD ADVERTISING! 267 we place gour help wanted ads anywhere-u.s.a.,canada,u.k.,europe The World's largest recruitment ad agency is headquartered here in Cleveland. Call us at 861-3787 and get acquainted! As specialists and pioneers in modern re- cruitment advertising, we have developed techniques which are unusually effective. Our ads work. Word gets around. Thats why we now handle recruitment advertising for many of the leading firms in the nation, lIlNationwide Advertising Service, Inc. has 23 offices in key labor markets over the country-all linked to the Cleveland Head- quarters by Telex and Fax equipment for instant transmission of advertising copy and layouts. We have a staff of nearly 100 per- sons, copywriters, artists, researchers and specialists in recruitment advertising service. Our agency is different. We con- centrate on satisfying the needs of Person- nel Executives. Whether its for a one-inch ad or a full page, a new brochure or a bill- board. We offer you unique services. For example, when you are out-of-town on a recruitment trip: We'll place your ad, with a local telephone number, and take your calls, pre-screen applicants and set up appointments for your interviews. Find out what we can do for you. 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We provide talented replacements on short noticehand full complements of girls for peak loads and special projects Whatever the emer- cuss your needs with our Customer Service staff, Competence of our Nationwide Girls is guaranteed You pay only for the hours they work, no fringes, no deductions and no prob- lems Nationwide Girls is a subsidiary of gency,-vacation, illness. resignation, Nationwide Advertising Service, Inog sudden expansion of operations - dis- Ted Stepien, President, Euclid office I Suite 212 S IEMPUHAHY HHP 22700 Shore Center Drive GENEIQAL OFFICE Downto Cleveland Suite - . SECREMRIES 456 I 3011 Rockwell Ave. 261 6808 Euchd KEY PUNCH tbetween E. 6th 8i E. 9thl 268 'ADX LR USING 8610045 Downtown TYPISTS 4 BILL PAPP S BUDY SHUP INC 20980 St Cla r Ave BEST WISI-IES from 481 4333 C 1 RADIX WIRE ST CLAIR COMPANY SAVINGS 26260 Lakeland Blvd 731 9191 v' . 'W -' +-'cfm' -2" 2 W. ai' ll Il I I o . i . S11 CLAIR AVINGS "AT sr. c we CAR " ongratu ations THE HILLWOGD MANUFACTURING CO Helyx DIIVG Screws Na1ls Tacks 2.1700 St C1 A Charles K H111 Telephone 531 0300 Pres1dent Area Code 2.16 O . air ve. Cleveland, Ohio 44117 Z' 'ix L J - g , I Ib- if 3 M3 fffi " E , 1: V Is - I W- 4, I III if! E '- Si Z EUCLID RACE DAIRY 8: ICE CREAM CO. 503 East zoorh Street 481-4700 Lending a helping hand to make things better... Q. f ,xvv X V GA- sm: H11 IEIIJNNEEIZQ for your business ff: 4 or AFTER THEATRE . . . rf N 1 ENJOY THE FINEST IN thats 'Ei XAQ1. AGB 5 our CUISINE business "ALI Food Prepared to Your Order in the Old World Manner" HOURS: MON hru rr-was II A,M..1 Am I Fun L shr II Io 2:30 A.M. " " 'Q' 3 SUNDAY 3 PM1o MIDNIGHT Call for CarryfOut '4 25571 EUCLID AVE. ' ' '- I 1 Y, .. 'I 'C E-. .- III! Ifif I5d..III'S ADVERTISING' 271 EJ.E 8: SUNOCO 2.12.17 Euchd Avenue 531 1716 272 IJ H TISI Pressure Castmgs I M E M B E R O F AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE 21500 St. Clair Ave. ' 481-5400 Manufacturers of Aluminum and Zinc Die Castings r J Congratulations . . to the graduating class of ll76ll lv' lf' I X x K V1 , nc o' Prom the Eucl1d H1gh Key Club A part of Eucl1d and the Nat1on for 50 years Dedrcated to servrce forthe school and the commun1ty Good Luck Semors From Presrdent Jrm Swrtzer 1stV1ce Presldent Dan Crawford Secretary Roger Mrller 2nd Vrce Presrdent Jxm Drobnlck Treasurer Kelvm Kegter Lt Governor Dxst 23 Darryl Fanney Bob Payne john Estock John Brodhacker Tom Anderson john Iue Bob Nozllng Bob Thomas Denms Wolowle Ckl Ron Ryavec Bob Ross Jeff Schelentrager Pul Yanchar Mark Harmon Dennls Zerby Marty LaCava Scott W1lson Tun Russel Tom Rotar Irm Schmldt Bruce Lloyd Cralg Basler Fred Andersky Steve Zupancrc and Chuck Shernll 1 x fl xx ll f l r ,l Xa I , ADVERTISING! 273 Congratulauons to the Class of1976 MIHELICH S Hometown Restaurant 830 Babbnt Rd Euchd Oluo 44123 D6l1C1OuS Flne Food Phone 731 9689 Best of Luck to the Class of 1976 MARK HAIRDRESSERS 22308 Lake Shore Blvd 731 1550 RELIANCE C g I ' and Best Wishes to the class of '76 I I ELECTRIC COMPANY KN IHC INSURANCE SERVICE, INC Servlng Euchd for Over Z0 years 820 East 185th Street Insurance for Everyone s Needs' 481-7540 ILK EER VIIIIE Ullll ' E esr 90 Center Beverage 22362 Lake Shore Blvd 731 9473 xxxxxx-qgxxxxxx DU EE 5 ED vw I -.. ' A N C 'lr ARMY SURPLUS 618 East 185th 531 3326 x N -if UTS i xkkmmS1xQxXxxgwpximm,3rxm, I- I M Astro Travel Servlce 22641 Eucl1d Ave 692 3880 Carrols Resturant 1 f B BURW n d S t r e E t 261 gl 9039 uf L -R - li '3 'Tr 3' ' ' an I 1 F ' 9 ' 9 9 1-3 .wig Q: E M 5" -l4'61ae12' A ' ' ' " X' ' "x . 7 f Nw . 44 S " -1 - E R 9 8 f N A S af' ,f f " -- t 1 1 2 X' ' ' 3 2 3 I M 2 DON MILLER 2111 I . . ...I ff' SERVICE STATION 810 East 222nd Street M Eucl1d Oh1o Phone 731 4446 Q tx NSXQN 55 Atngikm-Rx X EUCLID BLUE PRINT AND SUPPLY 731 4662 908 East 222nd Street 756 East 200 Street 531 6062 if EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 22741 Shore Center Drwe 2.61 2600 ERIEDMAN'S IEWELERS 22304 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-3450 A .., NC 26841 Tungsten Road Cleveland Ohio 44132 Phone. 216f261-2100 TWX 810 421-8412 Telex 098-5467 Socket Head Products Cold Headed Products Cap Screws0Set Screws Automatic and Hand Screw Machine Products UWZZCD-fiibr'CIP4Jf7UCU2ZCDfU ww Q. wfwm 21bO1EuLhd,Axe 481 8800 l" U Complxment of LONDON CLEANERS 23930 Lake Shore Blvd 261 3888 W: vii' fr I, 4-JI if - ' fl. QT., MARIO'S FLOWERS 25551 Euclid Ave 261 3636 D ' 'Q 1 , y 'asf . . ,gjfju r ' A H - ' . - .W-f - x 1' : x I' Q ' f- 5 C 2 .3 ,Q v L a o 1 7 . ' ' A x I 'ics ' 1 A 1 , Fwwfil fi S . If A M 77 Edt it 'ini , , , fl IK 1 :N 1 Y U1 xg. V3 S 1 ' Q 3. jr , bv L' !i,m - " 2 f 1 I' 011,95 1 1 L O I ' 4 , X, '1 3. 1 F1 . ' A" 5 I: iy 7 1 L' C 5 ri 'L . ' f I 1 ' Q. ' I' ,' 1, 3 ', "' - 6 1 Q ' 1 , " E ' 4 'uf ' ' 1 A Q V9 -' '. . ,, 'ef . ' -9' ' . 4 2- ' :K , '--f ' ' F - , . 9 V: . F' 1 :Q ' ' ., N , 4 - ' 7 I gl WZ- 'iq 'sum 5.15. . . . 1--. .33 . R' ,QE ' . fessahwagi-1 , N . I I I I x flt v' .I -lf: A .x .'wl , 3: .bg A j F , ,, 'ff - ' i- -1 - . 2,9 1 '-' 53.17 Q' 73 s , 4 .1 '- . L. Afgl 5' X ' . v,"FS? I 1 Y if . Q c V' Q . - "fYQ f ' vfgiiyw X ZA ' Q, '- , , 'ff fl, V ' K ' . f f f- H-H X! , " sf ' W xx 4-'U Y' ,-1. f' xx FLICKINGE R FLICKINGER INC 939 East 222nd Street 731 9200 WV -3 ...ns...r' ""- 1-'. .1 -rui1lul--FF'--""-' 4 ...J -2. Y in . , Flowers A ' - x fn" ' Mn K ui Y' . Florama Flowers 22382 Lake Shore Blvd 731-0200 O Loftus L Sz S Sunoco 26325 Euchd Ave X Euclxd OH 44119 Complete 11ne of 1 Sunoco Products I Road Servlce Towmg 1 Snow Plowmg rl All Mechamcal Needs ' Compliments of Elect onic Tune-Up Tues.-"V Brakes Air Condztioningilx Fr ntE dAl nt TOMSIC AUTO BODY 0 ." ignme Exhaust 19425 St. Clair Ave. 486-3240 Batterxes S ocksil 731 9844 731 9g Standard Glove Company 23520 St Cla1r Ave 486 6500 Xl 53 SUHDAES Sp l I, FS DAIRY TWIST 501 East 260th Street 2.61 3188 4 1 A f , K.. " STOP Lookmou 5 The Odds are 100 to 1 We Have It FOREST CITY AUTO PARTS CLEVELAND EAST 9900 Buckeye Rd 795 5995 CLEVELAND WEST 2001 Clark Ave 241 5425 CLEVELAND S W 4984 W I5Otl'1 Sl 2.67 3525 Uust North of Brookpa k Rd J BEDFORD 607 Broad ay 232 5840 QAC ossf om Bedford Post Off cel EUCLID 22460 Lakeland Blvd 289 5000 fEx1t Lakeland Fr y E 222ndJ FREE PARKING OPEN N1test1l1O P M Saturday 8 t1l 8 P M Sunday 9 t1l 5 P M All Credrt Cards Honored Congratulauons From Your Own EUCLID NEWS More of What You Want Eucl1d School Sports Eucl1d School Schedules Euclld School Happemngs PLUS STORIES and PICTURES of Your Local Area PEOPLE and PLACES Read About Them Eve yThu sday 22475 Sho e Cente Dr 261 7650 E . DAIRY I ly JOURNAL Ill! Sllf lllllll I lnmu A B 0 D H0 EUCLID FOREIGN MOTORS Expert Volkswagen Servxce 0 Body Work 0 Pa1nt1ng Parts and accessones ' Tues All SIZES lVl3If1U L1 ac 19901 St Clalr AVE 451 0100 Cleveland OH 44117 Congratulauons PALISADES BOWL 1331 East 260111 S1 261 1716 A D E S W I C K L I F F E 30315 Eucl1d Ave. 27401 Tungsten 585 3505 2.89 7300 02-1 FJ I . . 'fl' A-5 in k O 1 ' r' " dl? Ln -1 r-' Lb "U I- 5 1 ' - I C '4 ,l w j . f' I ' 'U ' . . I 4. . Q- J u gl ' I . 1' ,A I 'll u N - Q WE SALUTE THE GRADUATING Class of 1976 we Compliments of a Friend Congratulauons from Wal Napolo .J- . 1 9:30-1:30 Liye Enrertammgfg 51,39 Live Entert ' N C a1nment9'30-1:30 h pry 51.99141 S 0 0V6'r No Minimum SUN. KIDS DAY from 996 Bingo the Clown 1:00-7:00 Free Toys Luncheon Special Prom 51.35 Old Movies-Peanuts and Popcorn ou CAN EAT msn FRY ALL Y G S1-ggvkuliglllizanuts and P0PC0m Old OVI z and always: h n S ecial From 51 35 L eo P ' Cigclxllovies-Peanuts and PopC0m Luncheon 12 ashion Sh Lunch Special From 552 it-n-4 the great value meal. . .THE GROUND ROUND full half pound of beef on a bun: hefty steak fries, cole slaw, pickle CHUNKY CHILI DRINK AND BE MERRY A brimming bowl of Choice beef, beans Cold beer in frosted mugs or by the pitcher and sunny seasoning Giant cocktails by the glass or pitcher Free peanuts on your table pure beef on a fresh bun. Nickelodeon filled with nostalgia french fries and homemade relish Free toys and games for the kids 22671 SHORE CENTER DR. 731-0871 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I - . SALTER AUTO PARTS CO INC 21149 Eucl1d Ave 486 3798 SEA LAKE SYSTEMS 1 1 as 1300 E r 260 Sf f H 223 3131 ree 'EIU 3 Our New Eucl1d Off1CE TOWN and COUNTRY DRIVING SCHOOL 25000 Eucl1d Avenue Eucl1d Oh1o 44117 Reasonable Rates 732-9393 9 I SL X-1 NJ U23 awe f A A . 5 ' ' ur' - . gag .1 2 " ' -ur ' ll'l III -ig -' 'g .' lt ' 7 L1 .1-me 211.311 " ' - . -' 3 ' 'ri ff Ulf' 'HI U - '3' -7 :2 -E. ' ' TV ' 1 3-ull ' -jr: . A -I 11 1. IFJQTQKI 217 ,Q-Nl In-K ' AEA ' Lf ' f "I, ' I K 5 'L' Wi 591 1 X , ',,' . A -:K ,fl Q - I ' . H ,Inge V 'L-Nu - " '- - 'I' 1571 -Q ' 'ffff fe ' . :fp ' ,W O I O I U I 95 EQICLID eggs-'itQ,f2y3ot,5er. dbg wb SN Q ' Q A successful Student Council is built with each student's hands. q ' When a group of people work on a project, each has to realize that g Q he is the "key to success." With IOOWJ participation, there will be a success. A united student body and a new spirit slogan contributed to . Q a very spirited school year. Through pep rallies, buttons, T-shirts, ' cowbells, and spirit signs, the "Go Bananas" slogan spread the year 'J I mx around. Student Council, believing that communications are im- 5 portant, held meetings with the Administration. Each party offered RL I-, advice about areas of common interest. Homecoming and Winter Fes- fl ' tival were successful weekends. With Homecoming on Sweetest 9 gg Day, and Winter Festival on Valentine's day, Cupid helped Student 4 Council with two great memories of our 1975-76 school year. Q Since our experiences in life are usually determined by our expecta- qc tions, Student Council became a great experience. QC-Q Halle Conway F-W-1 I Q M, 4fQfZwe'tte'Qi1X'llQ ongralulalionx and oo FN? . f . N COQINC L QWTHFX X a?-lg Sciivv- gveq qghmaa f 3 j u ff-Wm 'V A WM :uw ,Dr guz,.Jo ' 2 'jf 1-7 M Fifa -JZ-o Cfvwulu A0m,4,, sg'-1:11-if Qmfigewu 1 adpmiu var .Quintf-,ff WW! 66Uf""- ' buvruu It 5J04UlUz lu -fxfngawh was I rib ah. f X a gg NQQQ, f ff? M094 To The 61353 of ,giw Lake Shore Plonst 18322 Lake Shore Blvd 481 6868 Congratulatxons Class of 1976 , ' : ,iw 'L H-'Y -' 'ff -notify 1- -3. r 1- I".-. , -1l..J.'A 1 ."-+11 'va r t at p. I a. , . 1 'rf' .Q 8 H.. Vfgqif 1' ah 1 .Je ... I ,ab mnumnu BRAZlNIis5I1LDEIllllB Good Luck Class of 1976 INDUCTION BRAZING 8: SOLDERING Brazmg bylnducuon Gas Soft Soldermg all types Weldmg Arc Spot Projectlon Hell Art L1ghtManufacturmg 21850 St Clalr Ave L J fB1lll Schell 486 82.83 Alvin's Jewelers 3 Locations... East 185th Shoregate and the New MENTOR MALL STORE Q, v Q 1 1 1 1 l u l l l 1 I 1 l 4 me , 1 1 l l I , 'S 1 X TIRES F CXG00D,3WliARf X OHSE-lmel' we Nobody But Nobody Sells Tues for Less 352122300 558211551 Fastest Fmest, Frxendllest Servlce Name Alvm s Jewelers Armao S Restaurant Army Surplus Astro Travel Brg Bouquet Bob s Car Care Boulevard Beverages Carrols Restaurant Center Beverage Colomal Homestead Consumer Trre Convement Food Mart Darry Twlst Erxe Auto Parts Euclldlan Beauty College Euclrd Blue Prlnt Euclld Forelgn Motors Euclld Hlgh Key Club Euclrd Natxonal Bank Euclid Race Darry Flrckmger Inc Florama Flowers Forest Cnty Auto Parts Fnedman Jewelers The Ground Round Hlllwood Manufacturrng Co Page Number 276 76 2 26 7 277 277 282 7 20 2 24 7 Ave Advertlslng Index Inductlon Brazlng Jacobs V1scont1 8: Jacobs J SLJ Sunoco Journal Newspapers KLI Inc Knrflc Insurance L 8: S Sunoco Lakeland Llghtlng Lakeshore Florlst London Cleaners Mar1os s Flowers Mark Harrdressers Martxn s Freeze Max s Restaurant McDonald s Mxhelrch s Hometown Don Mlller s Sohlo Russell Mrller Garage Natlonwrde Advertlsmg Palnsades Bowl Papp s Body Shop Parent Teacher Student Assoclatlon Personalrzed Tax SSYVICG Pressure Castxngs Radlx Wrre Rarmor Studros 2 72 27 79 278 279 7 72 2 27 277 26 22 67 7 27 69 26 Relrance Electrrc St Cla1r Savrngs Salter Auto Parts Sea Lake Systems Srms Burck Standard Glove 2 25 27 Student Councll 286 287 Student Supply Store Tomsxc Auto Body Tower Auto Parts Town 8: Country Drrvrng War Napolo 27 2 66 289 3 7 . . . . ' ' B8 ' A 274 ' ' 288 , ' ' 288 . ' ' 269 ' 271 2 85 281 - 8 2 . 278 ' ' 9 ' 264 ' ' 5 281 ' 66 2.80 ' - 266 ' ' 2 6 7 ' ' BO 2 6 2 ' 271 ' ' 279 ' ' 285 ' 289 ' 2 4 ' 283 ' 277 I' ' 2 ' ' 281 B8 ' ' 282 ' ' 278 ' '. ' I ' 4 ' ' ' 274 , , 2 3 It . . . 8 ' ' 271 8 ' ' 271 ' 269 ' ' . 280 U ' 8 . . 2 ' 281 U 2 2 l . . 2 B . . 2 ' ' . 2 o 5 ADAM'S PET SHOP 395 East200tl'1 Street 456-7009 ALADDIN CARPET 8: FURNITURE CLEANER 22384 Lakeland Blvd. 731-3173 G.R. ANDRASO, NLD. 25100 Euclid Avenue DR. and MRS. R.M. BALDWIN BALI HAI CHINESE RESTAURANT 25649 Euclid Avenue 731-4800 PATRONS Yr? BARRON'S COIN OPERATED WASHERS 8: DRYERS INC. 20300 St. Clair Avenue 531-6000 DR. A.I. BLASKEVICA 848 East 185th Street 486-0322 BRICKMAN 81: SONS FUNERAL HOME 21900 Euclid Avenue 481-5277 L.C. CARRAN 20501 Euclid Avenue 531-9754 CHAPEL MACHINE AND TOOL INC. 25901 Tungsten Road 481-5800 CLEVELAND PLASTIC EABRICATORS AND SUPPLIERS 25861 Tungsten Road 486-7300 CONVENIENT FOOD MART 811 East 222nd Street 261-2289 DON A. CRAWFORD D.D.S. 25100 Euclid Avenue 731-7207 CUYAHOGA ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION INC. 494 East 200th Street 486-9121 DECKER APPLIANCE SERVICE 445 East 200th Street 486-7200 PATRONS A ,I R.D. DICKENS CO. 608 East185th Street 481-4450 EUCLID PEDIATRICS, INC 26300 Euclid Avenue 261-2606 EREEWAY SPORTING GOODS 22.570 Lake Shore Blvd. 261-8329 GALES BI-RITE 709 East 185th Street 486-0066 HANDY RENTS 1329 East 260th Street 731-6950 PATRDNS HYDE FIRESTONE 727 East1S5tl'1 Street 531-T443 JOBS BEVERAGE 300 East zooth Street 450-0595 DR. St MRS. R.A. KRIESSLER 21771 Lake Shore Blvd. 201-3111 KVVIK EILL 19021 Euclid Avenue 531-0813 LEADER DRUG 22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-7474 DR. EUGENE LINSEY 25100 Euclid Avenue 261-1010 KEN SAYWELL LUIKART INS. 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