Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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i 1 1' 1741 .l ,.-1,59 ' L,QgA.i1', s.A.f EUCLIDIAN 1979 EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 711 EAST 222ND. STREET EUCLID, OHIO 44123 VOLUME XXX Seniors ....... .......... 1 8-79 Underclass ............... 80-113 Academics 114-133 Sports .................... 134-173 Activities ................ 1 Advertising 74-239 240-269 RN 'NX wx 'R NN ix 'www X X ,F wWWxsx 'fgws mf MR. ROBERT HALL 1930- 1978 'f- 5 L ' ',, Q -+5 T rw 5 9:21- -' L 359 'fS?efGfmfS1,.- g-yy er1e" llgost iaa wgrlgd pf l p i Qtiuxnes. m u,mee1.' and imsfci.I 1lQed1 his. k m 'o1w'l e:e1ge-. af '5H3iS,5t ofm-Chi ,pfuff t7l'lfG'm fQg.9fl'lQlf. iqfuifwly -ii l?Ika3s' Ieff U1SA, fmemein tio, 4 r,e'w'mf . lfjwfei' Y54aQs'.ffig kjfli'gjggjR two: 'D-SHAIEASQZ mr :u eS: and Q 5FJ'erSosmaa I owne- lfHais, he hasf leofsr! Ii M- R2-R.G'W: 's1n1o:r'fly -Wilxll VBBLH 1Q4Qfmrimue,g fwjililr meme: 0iu r'sm1 gI'e. - Eurcfl1ifdi?a m- bsgiiaff N I J fl .I. ,-' w fl-9 LINGING to the idea of individualism, the class of 1979 exhibited special traits 311. ,5 , VWLVQ ' XPRESSING their differences made them unique H S are x yet slmllar. LEARNING was sometimes fun but often painful EXERCISING their own styles, teachers instilled knowledge. i 6 ale-saw -we-Sir' 'f 2 ESULTING in personal satisfaction EING firm believers in extra-curricular activities, they were involved in all aspects of school life . . . UW pi fit! gh t."u '1 'af' X V47 4 I 'iii Iqr M My 19' ' iv af' if f' A . W M 2,5 ml ,ip li 4'i, iiil J 5,!M'. . 3 V 'X sax' 1 Q, hm... ,, 9 S ' 1. ' ' ' ' .. s ,. '-HL , , , ':,. -. W--f-'num-N, ,,'. ,-1,-,,.y ', 'ij i,'r 5 f' rr! 'vu .R 4 4' J-1 - 5 ' E E l 1 f f rf "' :A ' '. ..r - ' -1 J' .J s. FL rt Q av-.1 Q - ' X , . , - , 3,-9' up , 'IS 5 'L 1' . 1 X . , QC: V ,V . 71 .I . ESULTING in personal satisfaction CHIEVING much athletic success, they were seekers of action . . . ,. ff' tttt J I' I L. V: E 1 IT! RAILING no one in the process. Cx,-' 4:6 if .fq K -1 n NVESTIGATING different areas of knowledge . . . Q 17 Wiz e' 2 nu" fini RGANIZING their skills to fulfill goals . . . EARING the end of their high school years, their confidence about their future inspires ik. 2 XX '2'iri P!"'rEi--1+ -,.L!J.,"i"w-fu' 4 f M' If , e 'Q '. it 1 iii- I : , -N l N "" 1- ..,, 1 . ix . - 4 Ev. K 1 CELEBRAT O ,.......-, x WW Ata- 'W-., V 'f 1,-n v 5 IS. ' If f 1 14.1. ,f -' jjff v g , A-.I im 5, , .. 7 4.97 - I my A,-Ibxwhggf A .2 nr. 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TN ' f .x if , fl ww, I, P1 Y IX r Z X fag- 'R mi 1 , 'N' , v v .E . f x N Adkins, Pam SF S We I-fm X mv L ,WX X I , ,NM K' Q 9- Aquilano, Barb D-xg rx by uk?-as ' fe? 'Ex Y Z1 . X 2 - if 'P S, :R .v.-- Sennors!2O Araps, John f-gi"'9 f V X Q., , Q' lv:-L-fv 9, , '11-1 21' " - Qi ' -3 f11:.. . 551, xx-rr: -1 ., vi -ly--' ':.:-gg. Af Ursin, Anne ,B , d I K X 'R xx Albanese, Kathleen Amoroso, Gregory Ankuda, Ruth """'A W--X., 195 if "'!"7 ' f 'Pr , I I Archacki, Karen Z?-'E I hope she knows where she as going! Arnold, Sharon ' ,dixo- fnl' X . cf., x A STI, Austnn, Beverly Austin, Connue Aveni, Joseph Avery. Charles Ayers. DOugl3S Ayers, Elaine .M me 57.3. 3-5? 12 A ,. N! Bacchi, Joseph .9 1' '3',-' .ii-.f-f 3,-5 1, is .J . . Bacher, William Bachmann, Lisa 5 Bailey, Jason I 4,-2+ ' r f Kali' 9 ' NK X X, S. X Q S50 vi W9-xxx W NWS, an Q n. 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Beidle, Sharon Bene, Paul fn v i 3 2 l L...--"""'d Beranek, Robert A "'1"iff"-nf-"gr:'grrr'1" ' . xwxv- ww., I-F-:-:f'J-Ig:'EE1A'4+7."P TNT?"-Nz,-. . . Y., ..r, ' e " , 5525: ' f ' .Stark .hrf:35'.ff.- , 1 X :ff X , . - A J N :, YE -f ,. :::.I-"j:5:5q?- C- ' x r 'x t A K' X. rr-n fsxe--Q1:fq:s:?.X,Hs.,-f-J'-:J , .Q2:1iE"'fs1!f-" X l. ff-:S ., X fsiqfffrtj - --'r.::tj.l:-':'1:.:- ' :':3Ef:?1f QQ" Q Q-X N-Qi. I., 145-' " -1 Q :Q ,:':5-'.,-.fi-lx-v ef 'xl ks? , X X N 1 . els.. E.-55 fi''-':rs,21525515-Iif:5JTf?ffai,:gf.5r4r5E X S. Y iN -2, , . , --: N, 1 e. :-1-,5:5.5:--hr - , X ' l -x rL'-- X Not that story again, 415.5-Q . "'5:f.- .Y-xi ' . ' , -tm' ' R ' A5255 V w 'Q E- ' YA, .. 2:5 ., .il Li -eww' . 11- -fuk, 9' r ' F SUD -QNNV V Jang.. DeMoivre's QDiMare'sJ Theorem is really interesting Q-0 ish.. YQ:-' Beres, Debbie Beres, Robert Berish, James Berkey, Craig CTT' Besselman, Eric f. Rtfx "ll"""'P ri 'N-., -mllwwr-...f - Bevacqua, Rina Bielek, David Bildstein, Bill Blase, Michelle Blevins, Robert Seniors!22 T 1"'j" X '95 X Bliss, Richard Boka. Klm 9' yy, -4-on 9ul Bordonaro, Mark Boros, Jennifer GN egg" I , 1 Bolsar, Sharon Bonfneld, Tracey Bookner. Dan fz' V! ' . , J. .V 13' -- f A ' Xgfv x, J , '37 ' A 'IT' . wx Q' I FK' ' -1 ' f A ' . V A X X, R X - .iff 1 n J n nm-L, . Borthwuck, Donna Bour, James Bowens, Thomas WN 1- .Y , Boyd, Cheryl , wry? WOW! What a centerfold! X, Bozak, Rnchard P .v-J' I if , l , 5. , 337 L. 9 f fr 4' j'r, ' ,. Suhr X ,ta ,, 44 X K, X .A 4 L ffif, Brace, Janet 5 31 wif. wx 1 , 4 :I - w Q ax 2? f 4- Brady, John If 4'-S55-Q53 ' . -'rn' X, 'Li f gf' 555: Jmflfs '1if:f:fE :4:,. Braidich, John f x X N -wht xx wx X .A X W" ' 1' 'NZM ,p l X ,fl wi M i sis! X I Semors!24 ui! E K Bregy, Mark wx. .f -1 r Britz, Robert 'wr X :.g 5' ' A, What? "fx .X" -V MS X ii: ' ks x"!..'.X' 5 1: 3' . 5x,:, ,5 X5M A ' 4, Branisel, James - 1, r, X :V xv Y -. ' 'Nxt X RX, Brentar, John ,ff " X ,X X - Q, X, -ev' X X vl':.xfQx 11 , " xi, 4 It ' ' ,KX . W , h . x' ix Brocone. Gene . 'was' 'G?"""Q?' Breeden, Towyna f'Dx Brentar, Karen .XXX X mx X X K X x X9 x xx xbk X 4, 'us x - Q X .v 5 XN J S... X , X X rf W Brown, Thomas No, I wasn't sleeping. Honest! Q74 X SQ Q X X 'Q XX X x Q, f xX-S Y N x 5 X X X aG nf D i .5"'O, XJ,-ff' 1 i V I-, Brady. Noel 'S , Bregitzer, Nancy Bregy. Kathern , R Brew, Thomas Briggs, Mary Jo X ea-- P Y' N... lk... Wbi R X A S5 N 'V ni' Y V Bruenung, Mike Buanno, Andrea ,ff xi "SL th-f N' y. ,'.:1,--v Buccilli, Joanna Buck, Joanna Buda, Mary Bud,-,an Joh zlhq I Q :- ig? K. gf, Q MW' 113, . V cr N 5 . '-"a l '.'SfwS:5::'i .g 1121.1 ,, , -we.-.r - . . M y Burd. Kevin Burger, Ruthann f fiT"'-,,,,.:g- ' 5353553.32 ' -. -93756: ': xg if ' AN 353,-ffm - ' .-5j?i'QQ - 4 iff "' 'Rv , 'P' '.N'f'.bQ: f? Q-1 . ' :Sch J r , 'ff'::uxg-Q25 .are ' it ' ei. ' EQ Ax e.. X 5 29 xx ' -"ma l is li-A Qilifaggmg. . ,,--f pu- V n- 1- 5 i"""F She turned me down, again. Str :XID Burrington, Mike Burris, Patricia n Bukvic, Doreen 1 Burris, Sandra Burrows, Joseph Bussey, Dawn Bussey, Denise Cafafelli. Darlene CalhOUn, Dan Seniors!25 SENIORSXZ6 my -e-'fs Campbell, Annette Campensa, Phil .i-Fx, Carbone, David Caresani, Jackie KY' ' . '1 5 A Q , 'asf' ,A-nv' Cavan, Thomas Cefaratti, Monica 2 Q? x.. Capasso, Pamela A 0. X X fj,gi fix Jaifris' 'Cxv Caplick, Louis f' WN Caresani, Louis Carney, Kevin Carr, James hex' wav, 'urs-nf Cek, James Cerbin, Heidi Cerer. Bart 'ws Mai Champa Edward Chapman, Vicky ffl' ,, y JJ-'14 N , 41, 4 .. kx Q ,gd 5 SF' .1-' f X Chrestoff Tamera Christopher Tom Chuha John Cvomek Marne Clottl Richard Clvltarese Frank SENIORSXZ7 5-'Ia-4,1 Clabough, Frank e ' , . 'iii R4 iq J ' I xx M ,gg 4, ' fw Mak? vis , 'K 'Wg f' " .-+P 4 8 1 lf ' '40 I! I' Collins, Joseph . a f , D f EL ' 'L - v,5gg,+'.,5 N I C 2f. 'i-fgwilfff .h -,A.,1- E X6 I xt I 709 iw'-9 Clark, Tina v - 'VC' i 'tl Colo James I 1 jf ,...," v. f '4 2 CWS 'Q 3, Coe, Tracey Q90 X '23 Conley, Jackie ' Z ,r,:f3'5is5?'f--: ' if x .A f N ' v , yr 'elif f an V5 1 F QW -nl" 4 ' if 5' , Vai? . .-..-g5f:5,.,.' , v ggm ,RN . vt. X 2+ N4 N Q '+ Q K WRC - wtf f s Cooke, Mary Ellen Corbran, Anthony Coulter, Sandra SENIORSXZ8 wma. C i , i , Y 1, N , li X 1 t.?t-3,13 . ti "WIA - ' , x if J i . I 5 - E L ' 3 W! 49" "' Crilley, Karen .. , r Q . ,J A 4 A . IN L L 9 1 M Y 1 f' f- 411 75 ff, 1 4 Colaric, Victoria 29' , 'L' qs . ' Ya s Co le, Kim 551 ,J - 4 x 'Q Connelly, Joe Conway, Elizabeth f' 1 W Y N as nw! -W if tw' .. N ..,..-1" Cowling, Susan Coyne, David -Q, X .2-'-X X. af X Dalton, Laura t . xl 'f' '95 X ' N X is Y i 23315. h X 3 D 1 RC I 1 Debeljak, Glenn D'Amico, Matthew !W5 . 7 . I, H5 ia , r' I 5 FNB! N ', I A E H ' v Dalic, Robert X ' 53,7 E, , ll f J ' J J .. I rf. l D'Anna, Margaret Danzinger, Tina Darcy, Eric . '4' y "Zi-3' Paz 44' ,BX X 'f'o1'NNw. ' l' dw' Debevc, Robert Deemer, Thomas Delambo, Elise Delas, Antonia r0S 1 gn-V. Dfw ,6- u 'N' , .VY gil Demyanchik, George il' C747 f' y if Q v .:.,1 l Delaney, Jill QQ 'YN ref' 11' Q-'-v Deoma, Mary Dickard, Maureen I -.1 1?X 'bi Dickens, Sheila fi 'A 35 V- Un! --.., J SENIORSXZQ tZ."31l' up-was .5-ad J' K V' Di Laila, Doug Dillon, Ray Di Mare, Sue P Rss. , y IVE Di Tomaso, Nanette Dolinar, Edward -ef 511' 1 95? , . if ' 1' i 'Mg b I qv. ff 'i V 4 I . . 4510 Dommer, Jeanne Dorado, Jo Myra ' :A 1 if sam I -T' is-i I ef? i 1 A "GM U . x D- This is a good trade for after graduation. - -. i. iq..-c I :nj .-...pn VX ' ' A -""""' Downing, Larry Doyle, Joe X if a.oi, X .Y . C ii i i e X ix Ji :E xx . ybk- 3,4 X , s i D. i Draxler, Laura Drobnick, Jerry Dureiko, Dawn or .. ' .f ' , N X X 2,-Qi: 'Q , -.A xxx! N L L I W ff L ,- y 1 wfi K W -.f Ebersbacher, Bonnie Eberwein, Kurt Edelman, Leonard W SENIORS! 30 I if. F 'tg 3 Q 5: gc, Q-:P E' Elze, Robert l 95" .Ib Engel, Ralph Erdani, Mark Erne, Mary Ellen Eros, Dave 5. Eroskey, Sandy Fagan, Sheila 5 x xx," J' ilk fws Fanara, Renee Farone, Joseph 'U' ,- Y If ,,, .. I f - , Farren, Tammy You call this food? Fazio, Dean 49" .3 Lf. f , . ,-v.-.liz -5 ' ' ' Fazio, Keven Ah" KI" r ,. Q. ' we-J 'be Vggfwg' f' ll I , Federico, Sally Ferrara, Kathy Fette, Jill SENIORS!31 'TIT Ov -'v 1' 0,0 Fleck, Kathy i A Ficere, Mary "H ' . . ' 31' M l ' :'1i"""' z yi Foreman, Kathy SENIORS!32 V L lf you vote for me. 'Cl Ford, Kam ' an Fowle. Donna S 5 I, K 1 wx Xl X l K wf' f' X wr- .. up x xXN 'Q S FW. V3 Q-x mvfs S Frederking, Ginny ,Zhi ix K , V 3" X ji-H, I , NY ,: :I . fl , , l - F 1 M Eli L 'F My l. 'ills Fulton, Tom -- I 1 f as J X Frank, Donald Frank, Robert TN X- Fresenko Greg FuerSi Mar NSN J. 2' f 4 Z , 5' '.:"'f'fv: . C , 'I ' P-'fait FL, Funk, Raymond Furman, Donna 1' if ir., 'fT"X E as Galaska, Richard Garapic, Karen . '1W .jf , of V 1 ' N 'E l ? I. I ff!" it 1 l ., J. : 1 , H M1 , N . 2 J , .5 .f " -if 9 . s' 49-fzfl 1 1 i l'm a wild and crazy guy: Giovanetti, Kathy Giunta, Anthony VFW X. l Gaydosh, James Geddes, Jeannette Gibson. Patty wxggqg 7 Bb- E . ffm, fa f' Q. - 5 '5:f,,,,1:?' -My " ' , fkiigf ' Q2 Giegerich, Greg 4c'-"- Gilbert, Janice Hey Sailor! Q J. in Q- V .J V Q. - A Egg x ' 1 Q-2 ,ax .4 "Tx-' - , - .1 115 , . ,-1 fi Gleisser, Hannah Gmeiner, Bill Golden Charles SENIORSX33 Golinar, Steven .-' D f l jg", , rf? .Q Q Qvu, ,-'IP my ,gy "' I f mf' 5 ,A jf L I . z Gorjup, Donna Grano, Gary ff.. L , 2 L '2- rs VA , .- I' V fig x N: ,- ' 5 N Q f ia ? ffeisfgifffggk ' aff' 1+ 'Q xwssei 2 5 .H ,Q H ff Q 49,5 Z ,.- .A r ., gr r XE? ww r ' - N'x:351:J,' ' . N ' 5:55, ' " , Q : 1 f ufiiwgfiv lixi Y h . s :?Vy.:,.f53A :f , ,Aix who ,44, L , W3 1-:l.,1.N I louned the cult. wav. X we 'kr 7 . Gundlnng, Nancy Halnes, Carol SENIORSX34 Gondeau, Nancy Good, Brian , Iv' l A Goodfellow, Amy Gordon, Mark Grazuano, Diane - ' -. ,K .. 'SN V .T -"' ' of ,fr Grlesmer, Denis pf' I 'Q--vu tr "" Grdina, Dunah Gregorc, Mary .Rx Grelsrner. Jean Gudenas, Kestutls Q ,mwm X w X 'NX ,.x.:::wS ' K ' QNSN X . ,SS K ms N yw"N?-- fr Q my Ba ,, rjxw :fi XY X eq? X- F ix, gi Q N . N r'x'o XX S P L 4 , f 4- A x- - w- 'N X- 2 ,W x .XT b A .lax A XX Ng? . r As N -'-Y' ., .5 .' 'K .X rv ' '- - ' .X 135 Ski ' " X 1122. - 5 'N 55. fb: , it wwf' Q-rx" .. X X: - 'Q fr Tir ge' Xikxmx Q .Q K t : x .-f I , AN fl .. N - qx xx ,Q a N . .rx Q ,x .- A: il , Nw ,X r xx , .. N xx M ,NMA xx ,Q xgmxmkm ' QNX N fi, 'rf Halberg, Kevin Haller, Edward YI ff'-Pl 51-nur Ir.. Q' vor! Hamm, Jeffrey 'Q x 0, Hamula, Koren Hanlon, Bill ig x Lui' sw.. if-.. Hanson, Greg 1, fr-4. .. ,J .g, .:, H- '24 " C .,' 'Vp -ff .. 2 1 , 321 X fe- fi Harich, Jill Harmon, Scott Harrell, Terry Z ' V r , , V g ' ,L -L. Q 'J' '42 '5f,5f-ft. l 'ilk ,E M , .1 1. iz-,' gl-, ' N f - 'H'-15.51 , rl-. V l I Y 1 , gf Q T xg: - l ggi? .ff f ' A' 3 ff :Q 9? 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Mike SENIORSJ 36 Q, Wrnght gets into has reading as ,,, X., Hone, Make Hoon, Beth fox 'f t 55 t ' fi X Horton, Duane Hrusovsky. Joe MQ ,f X i Hollls, Janet 9, ff V l , fx K . as L" 1 is., yi ff' M K X I Holloway, Bob .-F yf It Hopkins. Tom Hufgard, Fred Holmes. Bull fx, Y ob is T' . Hufnagle, Jim Qc QLI., - b xi. X Huntsman, Steve Ag' , X ,'0' ,- g . Husa, Robert lu ON Hutton, Kathy 'J I 1""' '5- N ,, itli-,v ...vw 4- git' 5 v A .1 , ' 1 A., ,-X "HT Wx -qv, 'A R, N 1 31 5 31 P-I I Y L 1 Hughes, Arleen Hulderman, Tom Humensky, Meg . 1 m. M ,M . " b M ua ' g, X ' . 152253 - f -. jg X5-4 H --Q W N, . 3 ' - vm X fi ' Q -.-.X wx v , Y 'S-' f if " YQ-:Tj I, 1 S Q ,k X ..y:,g..Q'Q.-vi:3::.:.gk5: SSX Q 19" 1 X . Q me xgkgxggbxgsiv x Nye 'N I 355, N D xg? 'QQ-Q ., Ylesag. mxQ'1W.:Qg,1-ENN xr Is he still looking at me? my 'Cl egg- lg Jazbecm, Mary Ivancic, Bob Jagielsku, Diane in - fs? QM -p HQ , Vw' 'Zi E' H " 9 I+ " '1:'- -" lf, Jarmuszkiewicz, Susan - ff, 1 QW Y f Jelepis, Alex Jochum, Eric xiii, ,'x'Uh I 'Sf' "1 A-v x .I Hungerford, Mary "v. Auf 'S- Isbestor, Kay f 'mf W Isbestor, Laura 4"K ,.0f- 4 lvancic, Barb SENIORSX37 'Du 5:11 , . Q .,.,:v 4 fu? V-1,32 f ge -1 i lu N I X 5, Jones, Jeff Joyce, Mary Kay . lpwyr ' ,pay S52 :1 V w 1 K X,-: A f..-s 1f1'5'j"Qf 'Q ' N ' iq., - -ll? X ' E . rgQiQXiX'fg J" Qi 13 i ' ' W. 3 4 . WX 5 Q Xia f' ' . M V.-x ., X , - ..., X fs . .AX Qxkgys , J , , ,WX . , -xwwjgj. 1: . 5 Q. .W jx, x x. h f ' m..-N-awww' X .- f 13+ r . .ggls 'X NS. ,f Y ggi . F ww.. . . .. 1.15. . 5 .3, ' "" "" ' Cover up! It's ffm ' f 1070 1 ' 115-" .X 12 r , Y af, 7 X 6 , f ' 43 ' ,Mg X X I f 'f ff gf Zig? , 3+ , ff, 1. 0 ,J X f , 1 4 6 aw ? 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Keyes, Laura W I .51 Knmack, Mnchelle King, Donald al hi 15 Kinney, Jim Klr'1S6y, Kelley SENIORSXI-39 2 f 5 ' -:1 ' ' Q -Q., M . 'ik 'as X X , X xo Kirchner, Kaine : Q 'u 'Kal l A W r Kleun, Joseph "F5...,, Wav Klun, Brlan SFNlOl?Sf 110 Kotar, Tons Knrker, Tam Klelnhenz, Cindy Kisthardt, Jam . - fax .- ,. p I l Klodor, Paul .N X N . Q :X N . K X X V X :W Q . "X K.-3 P- fi . 1 Q ' . XL ' S459 x- lk N. --:silk jwflffi 81.1.5- X QQ xx N' H551 3 . Z, M X v TEN.- I X ,. Koller, Donald Korduc, Mark x Nw N VMS ' X NQQXSNQX X ww x " W W 'f-2rH:1S:4:'- .f- 2: .,.5.3.T"..f:?1:?-I' rw.:f1:'::.r.rE:f:eI:::,.ta"galH. X X raw sux .V x xx X XS S A Q -Xwww rx l, X N x X X X X X XX Q x X 9 X X x X X X X E Xxx X QRKXQXIEXQX R NX X3 xx RN vlxxx xxgx X N 2 X N X N N Nl X x 'xx A X' h .SSN " V -xfx x-"' X55 XX XQi5l5X0'l: ,. X , 1 5 . L. ., - X air- S. 5,3 ss N . . ,W S . V. . fx . XXX N SX XXX XY X. mfrxns N QS N' N--' Aixv X 5- sy ' Qxy x XXX X R iN.rQQ.-QIQQXRX X, M'-ziibifi ' mg: Wx: ' xvmxf:'s3:E':3 N 'MIX mr Heres a bug kuss to all my football players. fs 'fb' 4:-4 ,051 'elf' Koresec Mary Kosovncn, Mary fr-:Sq L-QT? X X Kovac, Frank Kovacs, Sandy W 'Qu Kgzarl Bart Krnc, Mlchael , Eff' -.u . Nl ,nib ra, , y . Q no V A 'W A Lf ,-I , li 1 f ff Y X .4 L i l I Q77 ,A A Krotine, Mike Krotine, Steve Q. Let us all kneel and pray . . , Lampela, Bob 542, 3 A Lang, Linda 'T'-Q' 'Q he Q. fx' ' l t .J : -. ' V . 'jx AL I A X lj Langdon, Mike Lantz, Mike Qi Lauria, Patricia X r L., lx ,125 " f. 'T' 'V' ' a fi ,',. - ' :b il I i' Q fi ' Lang, Diana af: Langdon, Kelli Ledger, Rebecca R , 6- L -eel Kuchta, Gary Kunath, Kathy 'Xu Wh-.,' Kunis, Cindy Kupfer, Mike SENIORSXAI SENIORS 42 WE! V I 'qua' 'Y Tiff A--x Legan, Mary sv-Q we A N-..... ,Af l x, 'ar X .Q-1 tx Llmbert, Mark Lutwlnowucz, Cathy Lograsso, Make Lonchar, Tum to gg .114 ff , 1 1 N Lemmon, Kathy Lewln, Debra Lewls, Dan Lllley, Elaune NN Y C:j"'7 Longstreth, Dan YK rf YSL? 1' , Exp Let me put it thus way. - Everyone moves aside when I walk by -'Cie J 'K Lorber, Karen Lorber, Kathy Lu, Jeffrey Luda, Tuna T Lyle, Bull X '54 'QL' xi 5 . "L X1 "' ' ' lvl W 195 ez- we fe:-ff .6-ax Lynn, Gregory Lyon, Robert MacLeod, Andrea Madorsky, Steve Malone. Donald 'Wfa 'ow-i Im- ii "?"'p- 'has sr 'E , 'af l " if t N lt Pin the tail on the donkey. Keyes out to kill, Malone, Vincent Manson, Patricia Maranville, Dick are J Q QQIFA Markiewicz, Bonnie Marosan, Ronald Mafflflr TVBCY M-BVVHT Walief Mason, Jackie SENlORS!43 I I' I just can't seem to get nd of these Surveys Massnello, Nlck ff' ,Q X 51 . X ,m A , . .4 . , nl- 1 :':-.. +2 X 1 wb--' 6gr....'-- 1 'Sink F952 f 4, Xia' . , il V: . l.Y :- Q' 1 ' . if Q? . ug. E McArthur, Dave , 'mg .1 J Mast, Roy McCarty, Carol Y? ff? H fx L... ' ox X ws . ff Ya-54 Mavsar. Jeff -1 . Q: f"'J KY' 6.8, McCasl-ue, Joanne ,str .. 'R . X i 6 f .. 40 fr. MCCh3nQy, Claudia MCCIuskey, Michelle McC.rauth, Make A . Aikv , NK Q- "' " F A ' X MCCuIIey, Mark McCullough, Brnan .EA . V 3 sax ,gy I ,Q ' -if X' fl. 3 . -f '- vvb X ' 1. .4 Q L., i' , 's 5 .42 5 U' 6 A f 'QTY' nf' X A Meaney, Tama -S .X X., Q , X. K . McFadden, Paul McFadden, Dan SENIORSXMI fy A R N. . a '1 -. G if 1.-lvv' 'I -.jf Qi x ' ' whxj ...V at 5- hx. AQ '..2 .X 0 h's , . Medves, Steve Melfn, Vmcent Mews. Monoca MN . f Ai J M' ,,l, T? P - .Qi J'-fl A 1 X ,x X .ESU 1 x X xx Q Mihelcic. Jackoe Mnllar, James :JNL s rm. E ., .X F' ! 5 QQ :rx 1 Sl K Mk' X Maller, Deborah frkkyfiz rfsiz-fr Miller, Donna Miller, Phyllis Misch, Llnda fix R. 1 Y "Civ Mlachak, Kris 46' . vs! '- cdd., , . , Thus duamond has a rnmor flaw in ut. .yea Modic, Edward 'fb' N Molesky, Carla Monsman, Marlene K its .- an-.4 'ling r N., . 1. - . 'K . .. Q . w Q Moore, Peter Moody, Robin Morris, Patty SENIORSH15 X' 'e-35,3 .1 'cf l 7:14 My fw- Morrus, Robert x xx X X x x ya .X N, ,ge QS xxx Y X-rx'-Q .. . .f N v Mulraney, Gene U f si 55.5 1- ff , A 'eb f Q ' as F 1 5. 4 45 .R lb WN 'gif' Ai, e KN .Y A vi vm, N 'f .. -, -3 . J -":'- ' 'il'- -'45-ca' X 'B , X Muslck, Melody Qf "ITN" Motuza, Joanne or M oxc. 'ew This 'T' . xfi-':k. A " - " X N X wg :gy-ffrpgm px, 'fig 'N' "hh-.-nn Munmngs, Linda Murphy, Duane .,.-if:.:g5L", " 1.-.,.:L-M ,,., ., . Q, .n-Hmm. , 1' ..wC- ,f -in . 4 f Sx J- . .1-57'-':, w 5 X' ' F "lik - :H:1::-::,Z:- ..,. 'cue m, . S l ' M '.-.J-.f:f'-X-NSS! 1 'lf " r - -' X Candy Myers, Charles if x S I wx. My X N .J Q J K, J : gn :V-easel X zo - X' Mullally, James Mullen John Hey are you nosy or sornethlng7 1- Nachtugal Joanna Naro Raymond .Q xx . X. ! ! X w. 5 .. l I N X x X X gh ,..?'3Tk x V A bl V V Ts I l .A . -' - Q A ' ' ,Q in ,1..:gr,QX -Qno '- NJ L, ' y, g N , 1 -ff f W . M iNw.wTii,T..-Mg.: i R1 KA A I . I N '5 l l .- .. 5 ' E K NS 'T . ' - .ew-, X .qQC:'gxm- xi fffe, I": X. Wow! Check out that chuck! l sm Nentzel Neal Nelson Kerry K. Nelson. Willuam '41 EEL X! . dl' KL X if 1.2" : fix Nemec, Patncua Neurohr, Nancy 'Y N Peek-A-Boo, I see you. 'if-.ff Qr'. Q'--p' .g .- 'vsg Q 4 x Newcomb, George Nocera, Genevieve Nocera, Lynn A '- . ,X xr K VN e. 'fi-X :vm , pew- .i ' A .. I Ogrme, Andy fi-' IAN' Gs' Zh, 3 ,A C-" V Y,-TT' A I J, . . , ere - 'X fx. Novosel, Laura Oberaltis, Lauri O'Brien, Tom --.. 1 -.4 No, shes not my type. l' !...-, O'NelI, Mike rf' gig 1 1 1 f , V 9 Otcasek, Leslie 'Nr--'A' O'NeiI, Kevm -SZ., , ,, .-5 ,gg 1, Otcasek, Joseph '- 5, -z'-Ac' -1 29x it-'X K- O'TooIe, Mary SENIORSX47 r ,w 'P 3L'x 55.-, V f Hey, mom, don't r I look studvous? we-,,,s. x .vu-MP"" 0 Q ' Qu .dt qv 2554 egxvf Paul. Debbie Pavlovxch, Karen Payne, Peggy ..a:. ' "f .N '62 Q mv.. V ,, 'wg X Va - ' , .-. X X 1 I .V ,ig Q., I uv ' s L 'WS - 1' Payne' Ronald Pecek, Joanne Pecnlk, Greg -1 X X XX XX gg K x X X sw " ' ,XXX K N , 'Q' bl-.XXV 'ix ' '- X. X. , NxQe..Q1aNyxk.SX Ni xX N N N5 Q x ' xx NAQXX N 79x Panter, Lee Pappas, Richard -'wb Q N '-55.315, W . ,,-N:,q.f,4 KN X. - ' ' Parr, Tom Paparizos, Delores R lf Parker, Pat - 'ZS' 3 , mf g Patete, Bob SENIORSX48 Xl Peurolo, Linda Penk 'QV 4... -r 'Pvw -nrrf' 0, Diane Penko, Nancy Ne alum -.V If 37 si Penko, Scott Perrotti, Mike - PGTYG-lla, Julie ,. fa fi W 4 .'g"'! Perryman, Cathy Perryman, Chris No, I wasn't at the fence. Petrich, Sherry A' V 1 Q "" -Q l " f 'S t, can ' .thi 2 -' . 'yn Y 'f - ,.. f,,f,,,,X , , W T" V ' J' 1 'fn i . I Petrick, Cheryl Petsche, Bob Phillips, Cathy Pietrantozzi, Nick Pi6'lf2r'ItOZZi, Violanda my 5 Pikovriik, Jim Pinto, Donna And we will fight and we will win. SENlORS!49 ,V ' 1 1 X Plscopo, Susan Plavcan, Larry X . MAX- .. -X . w -s .A , V'-1-N We . 'S Q'- Pluta, Kurt Polly, Joy A sprinkle a day helps keep the odor away Potocmk Joan Povlrk, Sylvia A 1 Q3 ,.-'gi t 'N , ,IA X ef N Q- S ' . as x 3' 'N' N ,, K xi ' ? svn! X -TA , so ., V , . Pysell, Davzd 'fgf . . -.ffl 154555 X, U Q Powers, Mark Prldmore, Janet Vx X 'X xv W' X 9 X my X X I X .,,' Prlnes, Mark X N ,X Y X 5 ,Xxx 5 w N NXN Y . in we X- X N .QL X. xxx X xx NX X S six Radabaugh, Mike Radlsek Ted if I ---.N Ftaggets, Noreen 1-in L i xii 7,4- 11 Rall, Gary Ramona, Dave . ' 131 1.- ive ti'-v-cha. Raicevich, Kurt I just bought this hat last week. Ranezani, Shahrzad Raney, Richard 4-AN 'QFSSSEXSW , 13 'inf' Que 1-5-1 Rapinz. James Rash, Sandra Raymont, Scott Reed, Diane Reed, James 'E N t N Reese. Todd 25 PW xi I Q., . ,ig ga- jr 03, Reid, Lori Reminick, Scott SENlORSf51 .pam QZI7' .K .4 -5 , , Rezonja, Mary Rhyne, Cynthua 5- X .. L y 'fi --:Q A' ' J ' wr , ' 1 W- .X B N SQQQYQV: if ' ...EQ Q " QS' W -st -.. Roberts, Mark Robinson, Scott . .,,. . my X X ' t X X 1- tw , 3 Q MN' ' L S.. . 5. Q ., .. y A M.-. V . 1. MN , " N Fx" . g-y , :Sf .1-f 11 3 .W : , v 2 . .- , vi X .ti rr t.. T., : F" W , I. , Q , ' 1 'NN X S 'xW... N .- A -. Q4-., 3. 5. ,ox ,, N. , x x C' es, If you belneve that story . . . I have this land in Florida. Rinderle, Tom I is Us A 'X 'Q ' -1 ,, N ' Q a X K 4 Rocco, James 'Nw vu--M, Rogers, Lssa Roleck, Cindy Rolik, Chns VN Rose, Kathy SENIORSXSZ - w..,,.,......,-4' Roeder. Pamela . -V . ik pgs' I' S' N P' X xN . 3. ' x GQ. ' x nl: :-. X Q x 5 xx Nx x v 65, Ass- . J. Romoser, Don KN WN If Roeder, Patrrcia ,L Vf' X 'fs' N p ' X w xt, I ,P Roper, Chris "'f'-X119 M X I Rossl, Karen 'x l' WC C29- Smale Pretty Rossrnann Andy Rowland, Bob Rozlc Stanley Q9 wp.,-f X F X N 5 Ruscin, Lee ,N A A , is X ,V f f x if 'V Rymarczyk Karen Rymarczyk Kathy Samuel Nancy 5-3I'lSDUfy. Mike ,DM 'E'--'V Santon Kelly Santon, Jeff Santon Carla :,,,,,x , few-- Santorelli, Peter YQ! -I , 'l I've got a great right cross. Schembre, Tina .f,.: 4-rv-'Y Schmudt. Ken Schnetder, Greg Schnender, Mary frm Sf 'f""r 'Sit-n.. f-up T , -gb. Seale, Julne Sediak, Denms Seidel, Davud SENIORSWE4 . A .- 43, x If , f ,N 9 l I s 4 . lg: 5 I S 5 wx ' ' J Sceranka. Loren Schauer, Tom 4:53 M 'ivy i ,yr 5.25--2 Wt. Schueman, Lusa Schirnes. Gerry ,wi 'N WX '94 'FS-.9 T Schwartz, Glenn Schwartz, Don N '55, for ii' l A t n Sevdel, Mark Selvaggno. Deborah V7 Selway, Kevin Senn, John Shafer, Dorothy Shaner, Edward Sheehan, Kelly ,ww 1-N 'L-vs 5 an if fn. I KX N f' F' F' grin-, 1' JI A p 1 fd? Shelden, John Shultz, Jack Shultz, Pamela Shuster, Carrie Sibert, Lisa What did he say about me? psf ' ' Z Sidman Kevin Simek, Tom Simeo, James 'bf 1---Q Simpson, Charles Sisson, Douglas Sivillo, Susan XM ...Q i . N. .... ...,.,-.. xv Y 'Q , -' 1 QSQWSSSNQE Q, 3 ' Q'-nv : YA-QL. '-,sr il, ml, . 5- '- E x.,.,f 1 K ees- i i - x .1 .X---,"..X x' 3 JE--M-'iii 2 . Q , t...," i z 3.. T i . i 4 'ii I if 1 Skerl, Denise Skovira, Joseph Slejko, Janet Smith, Pamela l'm just practicing my geometry! N... . i -ww 'N 5 'plbx Q 'I' 1 'Ig V 'f7""""'v U'-gr Snyder, Janet ' X BEM i . '- k 2 Nw X, if Q X i R z tl X X 1 i M S X fl U NSY .-1 4'-. fi Spalek, Patricia Sparks, Jeanette ,ff- X K xx X. X X Ns'- X , X NX X X N - 'E 'Q SS F . E Q 4lWQf?S "FEI," Smith, Cheryl Smith, Kelly vm 'Q' 'CI' Snyder, Roger ...- ,-. i ri. wx . ' 4 Q X .,.,.. 1 -- ., -A X . ,-Xa Mx. ij- U -5:-Q X' X 23513 - Solnosky, Sharon we X XX XXX x .SN X N X: .fy -- ,F X Q ,X Springer, Scott 1 ' 51, 5 t' it 'X .. x,Qigw..tz, T 3-i ' i 4 -W -X 9, ' S ' me V, J 5 J X X 1" Yi NK , . - I -W 5 V v- h g M X . . S e :X r it Q ft- X tt , 5'1"--1 -- . - '- X ' 2 in.. H gy A VN Snyder, Richard . A ,,-N--ff ,V , i 2,15 ,, .V Sotka, Charlene ' ' ' A Q Q . . V X Q 'E X A x R ' Q .N vi FN is f. xi'Lq-.Rf s-5i-rm-2' F - Srnick, Philip Stack, James SENIORSXS6 Standish, Rolland Wi in 'N- Y -any 11-6- v'-'f Stanek, Janice Staso, Denise Stefanac, Mitchell 5- Fve ix ' Stouffer, Theresa A A R S' Strah, Robert "bl as.-5 ' fx 'Ox x if Q . 1 0 . I at 5 -m.,, 17' we.. Stelmach, Dwayne Stevko, Mike Stngamier, Steve V, Strah, Cheryl Strle, Helen A ,,5.- 2' Ll t at , "-,xv S S Strah, Raymond THEN THE MOMMA BEAR SAID , . . Struna, Gary A 1, Sf no Q? G-'P -as -413, Suchevits, Bob Sudar, Susan Summerfield, Dan Summers, Robert Suschak, Cathy if , ,. 1 ,Z 1 , 'ii "' 1 A 1 5 SENIORSXS7 x Qx X N, f Swanson, Debra 'bu Swlder Greg Szabo, Steven QQ Q., ,MK 4? tbsp, f' 'Vg AA, fun' X 17""" A if-::e:-ff:,,. ,- . ra Szalay, Jeff Szoiek, Jeff Tancredi, Rebecca 'Ph dw' '!"""? Taulnen, Nancy Mm .X " X . , 5 3 .J K will n xxg V ' Terrlll, We Kimberly' A N'-' " Taylor, Tambera f f ' glriffi , - L- .5 - an ' rf ,, . .3f,,,n,',,,." , le N. . "X K'S , 5 E 15, 4 4, 'favsx 4- ' A-db:,rx", g - iq-X JR,-5.1 5 Q H xv' N My 1 6 Thomas, Joanna qi ww T R . Sc' x Q. XXX N X Xx 'Cx X X N5 X T A mx . x X Thompson, Mary Thompson, Mike ia Templar, Laura , G .gg r Q r' -A Thompson, David W f'1 ,X N X Tiborsky, Mark X ft-45 fm' 'vei -:vm Tice, Christine Well, it's locker clea 1 1 815 i Q R N Ov! Uni- ' Tichenor, Timonthy X ff- Q 1. Nsiiqi- 3'3'AES"""'m! kk vc 'Nx -Q ,sw f A . 4 ,4f.+. - J ' +L I L R r i , A ,, , A . ,AMX ,, n up time again. 3-'J , Q gb t , if 1 . at 21" 5" S " ff-' S uf , X ' .4 Ivy, X K ' Z! I Treichel, David 55,54 Trommetteri Greta iv-nn-'A 1 Lai Turoczy, Richelle Tutolo, Thomas t-'fr ' V Dbl, Tiogo, Angela Tomsick, James Topping, Janet ,YQ F Lf J Tortonci, Stella What a hangover. fun on V NY '- fix 'QR ,. , Q- Y ' W' V' f , , -,, ls' - Q 'TX v V 1' 7 , N F . V 5, . 1: ,V A 'lm . K had Trout, Douglas Turner, Diane Turner, Kathy A ' , aff?- Q ' 'nazi "'l" LA 4- ' J--' X J a 5 1 Y x 1 . 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AFS Swim Timers Powder Puff, Blue Tennis Ski Club ALBANESE, KATHLEEN Hockey Aid Voc. Child Care Sr. Drill Team Swim Leader I Leader Track Aid ALLEN, LEONARD T. AMOROSO, GREGORY D. Ski Club- Spirits lnvestment Club AN KU DA RUTH -,QS s x ' .9 XXLQXNXXXXXM 12 12 Turkey 10 11-12 10-11 10 10 ll , Breeze Greg 12 12 Ski Club Euclidian 11-12 BACCHI, Joe 10-11 Varsity Swimmingw. 12 Investment Club 12 Water Polo 12 BACHER, WILLIAM E. BACHMANN, LISA M. Student Council BACON, MICHAEL E. BAILEY, JASON BAITT, THERESA A. J.V. Cheerleading Varsity Cheerleading Diving Team Powder Puff, Blue Student Council , Football Trainer Senior Class Spirits Pierre Cardin . W. 165-11- N X T2 C, 12 1Qr1-It Q wx s X- - 12 10-1 BERES, BERISH, A, BERKEY,CRAIGA.' xt ' BEssELiviAN, ERIC w. BEVACQUA, RINA Jr. Class Senior Class Powder Puff, Gold DAVID M. Club WILLIAM A. S Bob Jim Berk 11 12 12 10-12 10 11-12 12 WeeWilly 10-11 AQUILANO, BARBARA S. :sims ...N . Q-Qi , h ,,,, ...fs its?-I s 64 .Soccer JOHN A. 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BRANISEL, JAMES F. BREEDEN, TOWYNA L. BREGITZER, NANCY L. Track Powder Puff, Blue Marko Genia 10 10-11 12 12 11 12 Jim 10-11-12 11-12 10-11-12 10-11 10-11-12 10 12 12 Bo 10 11-10 12 10 10 10 Rich 11-12 11 12 12 10 11 Sea-ray 10-11-12 12 10 10-12 11-12 12 10-11-12 Brady 10 12 BREGY, MARK J. BRENTAR, JOHN M. Euclidian Powder Puff Majorette Eucuyo Contributor PTSA BRENTAR, KAREN H. Tennis Gymnastics Red Cross Club Ski Club NHS AFS Euclidian Powder Puff, Gold Spirits BREW, THOMAS W. BRIGGS, MARY JO Ice Skating Leader Drill Team BRITZ, ROBERT Intramural Basketball BROCONE, GENE R. Wrestling BROOKS, BERNARDOS BROOS, RICHARD R, BROWN, THOMAS P. BRUBAKER, TIMOTHY A. BRUENING, MICHAEL R. BUANNO, ANDREA R. Survey Staff Eucuyo IQS BUCCILLI, JOANNA Ski Club J.V. Cheerleading J.V. Cheerleading, Capt. Gym Leader Clerk Typist, Historian Powder Puff, Gold BUCK, JOANNA L. Student Secretary Euclidian, Faculty Editor Childrens Drama Track Basketball Scorer Volleyball Manager Indoor Track Girls Choir Choral Masters Powder Puff, Gold Cross Country, Manager Big Show Office Worker Mark John 12 12 11 10-11-12 Bunny 10 10 11 11 11-12 12 12 12 12 Short Stuff 10-11-12 10-11-12 10 Bob 11 10 Tom Mike -11-12 11-12 11-12 10-11-12 10-11 11 11 11-12 12 Jo. 12 11-12 10 11-12 12 12 11 10 11-12 12 11-12 12 11 BUDA, MARY M. Spirits Senior Class Powder Puff, Gold BUKVIK, DOREEN Powder Puff, Gold BURD, KEVIN M. Indoor Track BURGER, RUTHANN Boys Indoor Track Girls Outdoor Track Choral Masters Fall Play BURRIS, PATRICIAA. BURRINGTON, MICHAE BURRIS, SANDRA L. BURROWS, JOSEPH BUSSEY, DAWN R. BUSSEY, DENISE G. Cosmetology CALDWELL, TODD G. CALHOUN, DANIEL G, CAMPBELL, ANNE DCT Vice-Pres. CAMPBELL, MICHAEL F. Soccer Key Club NHS Track Junior Class Senior Class Spirits Ski Club lndoorTrack CAMPENSA, PHILIP M. Hockey NHS CANDELA, MICHAEL N. CAPASSO, PAMELA N. Office Runner CAPLICK, LEONARD J. Football Basketball Baseball CAPLICK, LOUIS J. CARBONE, DAVID A. Football Key Club L Mar 12 12 12 Doreen 12 Tweety 10 11 10-11 11 11 Potti Joe Buzz 11-12 Corky C.C. 12 DPP 10-11-12 11-12 11-12 11-12 11 12 10-11-12 10-11-12 12 Phil 11-12 11-12 Pam 11 Len 10-11-12 10 10 Carbs Beast 10-11-12 10-11-12 V .5 Jifnioat-Qlass SpirYt"5 V CARESAN I, Blue H CARESANl,5LOUIS A. CARMODY, KATHLEEN CARNEY, KEVIN TYQCK 2. T 1 , 3 X CARR, JANEES . CARUTHERS, KELLQQ A. A 5 X' T' ' X Scif CAVAN, THOMAS l y 1 Swimming 'i ' F Track 5 Key Club it IVTYEQLSIA QE-Q ., R te-X' ' CEK, JAMES Ww A s , CERBIN, QEIDI L. Marchtgimand, Secretary 5 - Trackgide X Q investment Club , . NX . -wx 1 -1 EREP, BARlQHQxlRQllAEW M. X Polb S . ' .C A- Q ggg1sc.iu1s.. 2 'i . N'N' F XSQ5 Y1txCouncil ChoralMasters MW' 'Wu' Sophomore Class - Junior Class N, S55 Qik . N Vw :- x Q: N W i- x'.. ' ee lf Senior ERS, ALNIS .J. Club' CHANAKAS, .,, '51f?+!54"i,!3f?'f"-I .- Sq wwf 3 A Y 7. - . -: 12 12 11 Blue 12 Captain Club GREGORY M. JAMES A. President Historian ANTHONY JOHN A. CIOMEK, MARIE A. ciovrl, RICHARD A. 1 CIVITARESE, FRANK Indoor Track Outdoor Track CLABOUGH, FRANK M football TINA M. , ROBERT M, LEWIS C. Voc. Steno. Treasurer VICTORIA M 11-12 Frenchy 10-11-12 11-12 12 xx: p S2 Q2 Clem 10-11 Wswswmsm S 121 Jose' CHAPMAN 10-11 Swim Leader 10 GAA 12 Tennis 10 Basketball 10 Survey 10 .i- A Powder Spirits Senior Class Senior CORBRANA, owE A Swim Leader Powder Puff, Blue Student Secretary OEA OEA, Secretary Majorette Club COWLING, SUSAN J. Red Cross Club Powder Puff, Blue Girls Chorus COYNE, DAVID R. ' Swim Team Key Club Letterman's Club CRANE, JEANNE R. CRILLEY, KAREN - ' SUSAN A. 5-' wltxgqg l ' B N Sxfi is 1 ' si N9 Qvk se X X X x - vqQ?s.sgzQQlf.s A X sssxgfsxggfas r X XX? A 1 SY txsx sux gs N Soccer Student Secretary Spirits Boys Gym Leader Student Council Investment Club Letterman's Club DALTON, LAURA M. Se Liz 10 10 Mec 10-11 12 10-11-12 12 11 11-12 cgi. -iiffw? 1 3 N6 1 12 12 11 12 12 10-11 Sue 11 12 10 Dave 10-11-12 12 10-11- 11-12 APCA 10-11-12 10-11-12 11 11 12 12 11-12 12 .ES -.Seq Faii Play Winter Play Big Show Varsity Chorale Choral Masters P.A. Announcer Football Game Soloist Lighting Crew Media Aide Stage Crew FAGAN, SHEILA A. FANARA, RENEE L. Vocational Child Care FARAONE, JOSEPH M. FARREN, TAMMY L. FAZIO, ANTHONY Baseball Voc. Accounting Powder Puff Cheerleader FAZIO, KEVIN FERRARA, KATHERINE E. Office Assistant FETTE, JILLA. Powder Puff, Blue FICERE, MARY E. Swirnleader Student Council Volleyball Data Processing Data Processing Secretary Data Processing Treasurer FIFFIK, JEFFREY R. FLECK, KATHLEEN S. FORD, KIMBERLY L. FOREMAN, KATHLEEN G. Track Aide Majorette Club Maiorette Ad Club Junior Class NHS Teacher's Aide Marching Band Spirits FOWLE, DONNA M. Cosmetology Hockey Aide FRANK, DONALD C, Ski Club FRANK, ROBERT M. Ski Club 10-11-12 10-11 10-11 12 10-12 12 12 12 10-11-12 10-11-12 11-12 FF Faz, Dean 10-11-12 11-12 12 Faz Kathy 11 Jeil 12 Mary 10 10 10 11-12 11 12 Kim Kathy 10-11-12 11 12 11-12 11 11-12 12 10-11 11-12 Buzz three 11-12 10 Don 12 Rob 10-11-12 Euclidian Staff J.V. Tennis Varsity Tennis NHS Choral Masters Academic Challenge IQS FREDERKING, VIRGINIA R. Concert Band Choral Masters Varsity Choral AFS Powder Puff, Gold Spirits Senior Class NHS FRESENKO, GREGORY A. FREY, DALE R. Basketball Baseball Investment Club FUERST, MARY J. Ski Club COE Secretary FUNK, RAYMOND FLIRMAN, DONNA M. Survey Reporter Survey Co-Editor GALASKA, RICHARD A. Ski Club Tennis Hockey Swim Leader Spirits GARAPIC, KAREN SUE Gymnastics Girls Track, Manager NHS Data Proc. Treasurer Data Proc. President Teacher's Aide Ad Club PA Announcer Survey Business Manager Investment Club GAYDOSH, JAMES J. Ski Club Key Club, Vice Pres. Varsity Soccer Gym Leader 500 Mile Club Spirits Senior Class NHS GEDDES, JEANNETTE L. 10-11-12 10-11 12 11-12 10-11-12 12 11-12 Ginnie 10 11-12 12 11-12 12 12 12 11-12 Greg Frez 11-12 10-11-12 12 12 12 Ray 10-11 12 Rich 10-11-12 10-11 10 11 12 Karr 10 10 11-12 11 12 12 10-11 10-11-12 12 12 Jim 10-11-12 10-11-12 11-12 10-11 11 12 12 11 GIBSON, PATRiClA L. Big Show Girls Choir Choral Masters GIEGERICH, GREGORY J Soccer GiELlNK, ROBERT J. GILBERT, JANICE L. GlOVANE'l'l'I, KATHY T. GIUNTA, ANTHONY J. GLEISSER, HANNAH Swim Leader Euclidian Wai Napolo AFS Investment Club Euclidian Euclldian, Editor Euclidian, Editor-in-chief NHS IQS Swim Show director GIVIEINER, WILLIAM I-I, GOLDEN, CHARLES E. Hockey Hockey, Assistant Capt. Investment Club GOLINAR, STEVEN J, GONDREAU, NANCY A. Bulletin Boards Metal Sculpturing Club Signsfor Career Night GOOD, BRIAN K. GOODFELLOW, AMY R. Girls Track DE Merchandise!Retail GORDON, MARK S. Radio Club AV. Club Wrestling J,V, Football NHS Photography Club GORJUP, DONNA S. Powder Puff Voc, Accounting ll GRANO, GARY A. GRAZIANO, DIANE Commercial Art Patti 1 2 1 0 1 1 Bear, Bugs Burt 1 1 Hannah 10-11 10-11-12 11-12 10 11 10-11-12 11 12 11-12 11-12 11 Bill Little Abner 10-11-12 11 12 Goalie Bleacher 11-12 12 12 Pruitt Amy 10 11-12 Mark 10-11-12 10-11 10-11-12 10 11 11 12 12 Gary 11-12 ., -:NSR X GRDINA, DINAH Cheerleader 10-11 Sophomore Class 10 Junior Class 11 Senior Class 12 Powder Puff 12 Track Aide 10 FootbaIlAide 11 Student Council 11f12 spirits 10-11-12 Senior TalentNight 11-12 GREGORC, MARY A. Senior Stenography 12 GRIESMER, DENIS A. Finance Club 12 GRIESMER, JEAN D.E. Merchant 11-12 GUDENAS, KESTUTIS Kesty Baseball 10-11 GUNDLING, NANCY A. Nanny Sophomore Class 10 Junior Class 11 Senior Class 12 Wai Napolo 11-12 Gymnastics 10 Ad Club 12 Spirits 10-11-12 Powder Puff 12 HAINES, CAROL A. Voc. 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President Lynz 10 11-12 Roadie 10-11 Dan 10 11 12 Andrea 10 11-12 Milan Don 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 12 Moses 10-11-12 10 10-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 12 Patty 11-12 Richard Bonnie 11 12 Ron 10 12 Tracy 12 Wall Felix 10 Jackie 12 11.12 10.11.12 12 MASSIELLO, NICHOLAS J. Choral Masters Swim Leader Fall Play Big Show MAST. ROY R Basketball Football Tennis Tennis Spirits . Investment Club Key Club MAVSAR, JEFFREY A. Swim Team Water Polo Swim Leader Varsity Chorale Chorale Masters MAY, TONITA L. MCARTHUR. DAVID MCCARTY. CAROL A. Hockey Aid Majorette Club Office Aide MCCASKIE., JOANNE Survey Treasurer Basketball A DE Retailing DE Merchandizing Treasurer Winter Play - Teachers' Aid Girls' Chorus Choral Masters Student Council, Social chairman MCCHANCY, CLAUDIA S, Girls' Tennis Survey Survey, editor Red Cross Club NHS IQS Medical Explorers Powder, Puff, Gold MCCLUSKEY. BRIAN DCT MCCLUSKEY, MICHELLE J. Asst. Business Manager of Survey Jr. Data Processing Sr. Data Processing MCCRAITH, MICHAEL J. MCCULLOUGH, BRIAN K. Hockey MCFADDEN. PAUL Soccer A .1-be - ra cs2l'l-Q 'xx Nick DCT 12 10,11 Key Club 10 11 H MCGILL. DARREN R NICFADDEN, PAUL Rocky Soccer 10.11.12 10 DCT 12 10113 Key Club 10 MCGILL. DARREN R E MCPADDEN, DANIEL E. Den M MEANEY, TAMI avs 10-H-3 MEDVES, sTEvEN A. 11 MEIER. CARL R. curl iviur 10:12 . MELFI. VINCENT Vince NHS 11,12 IVIEWS, MONICA L. Maiorette Club 10 Hockey Aid 10.11 10 Powder Puff. Gold 12 10 Spirits 10.11.12 11 Teachers' Aide 12 Office Education Assos. 11,12 Jo Swim Team 12 ig iviiHELcic. JACQUELINE ivi, 11 Brownie. JACKIE 12 Track 10.11.12 12 NHS 11,12 12 iQs 11.12 10 Tutor 10 11 Euclidian 10.11.12 12 Euclidian. editor 11 Euclidian. editor-in-chief 12 1O'11'12 MlLLAR,JAMESW. Jim 10,1-1.12 Key Club '10.11 12 Euclidian 11,12 11 Euclidian. Head Photographer 12 11.12 11'12 MILLER, DEBORAH. J. Debbi 11.12 Volleyball 10 12 Teachers Aid 11,12 MILLER, DONNA J. Swim Leader 10.11 . Swim Timer 11.12 SwimTimer. co-captain 12 Studetntflouncil x 10.11.12 12 Senior Class ' 12 11 Pewdereuff, Blue 12 12 Biggs:-iew. Prop director 11 FaII.P1ay, Props 12 MQILLERQPHYLLIS D. Rhyi 10.11.12 VocationaIChild Care 11-12 Rocky Misch 10.11.12 veigeypeii. gp- f. 10-11-12 X Qv.2ff1:i'. I t. 3 si , " - 1 t -x'X'i1-., N 111 - - S. 1 11 'Mis 1 5 .. R I pa .Is z-7. 14. ,QZZ9 if-ZW QNSNQQQ. 1. -NQSQXEQQEFYSS-'fisiv ., -yah 1- sc 1-22129 I W X X QXX Z f V Z f 1 f 5 7 X Z 2 K? Basketball Softball Track Student Council G.A.A. Powder Puff-Gold Homecoming Queen MLACHAK, KRISTINE M. MODIC, EDWARD J. J.V. Football MOLESKY, CARLA COE MONSMAN, MARLENE Majorette Club Spirits MOODY, ROBIN J. Basketball MOORE, PETER A. Senior Class MORRIS, PATRICIA Cosmotology MORRIS, ROBERT W MORRIS. ROBERT W. MOTUZA, JOANN Varsity Cheerleader J.V. Football 8. Basketball Cheerleader Sophomore Class Girls Swim Team Student Council Executive Board Senior Class Powder Puff-Gold Spirits Junior Class MULHOLLAND, DAWN A. Vocational Arts I 81 ll MULLALLY, JAMES A. Survey Staff MULLEN. JOHN M. Swim Team Swim Team Captain Key Club Ski Club Senior Class Cabinet Powder Puff Cheerleader Swim Leader Water Polo Spirits Varsity Choral Outdoor Club MULLINS, CHRISTINE AD Club 10-11-12 10-11 12 12 11 12 12 Kris Headly 10 Carla 12 Tina 10 10-11 Robin 10 Pete 12 Buzz one, Patti 11-12 JoAnn 12 11 10 10-11-12 12 12 12 12 10-11-12 11 Dawn 11-12 Mort 12 Bird 10-11-12 12 10-11 10-11-12 12 12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 11-12 11-12 Chris 11 NHS Data Processing Data Processing, parlimentarian Survey, Business MULRANEY, EUGENE E. Commercial Art MUNNINGS, LINDA M Ad Club Choir Sr. Class Powder Puff, Blue MURPHY, DIANE Girls' Track Powder Puff, Gold MUSICK, MELODY L. Volleyball Track Gymnastics, manger Girls' Chorus Varsity Chorale Masters Choir Fall Play MYERS, CANDY M. MYERS, CHARLES J. NACHTIGAL, JOANNA Majorette Club Alternate Maiorette Majorette Captain Clinic Runner Sr. Talent Night Nl-IS NARO, RAYMOND J. NAUTH, GREGORY A. NEIMAN, CHRISTINE NEITZEL, NEAL D. SkiClub VICA Treasurer and Secretary NELSON, KERRY A. Spirits J.V. Basketball Cheerleader 11-12 11-12 12 12 11-12 10 10 12 12 Murph 11,12 12 10,11 10 10 10 11,12 12 12 Charlie YohanBB 10,11,12 11 12 10,11,12 12 11,12 Greg Swizz 10,12 11,12 Kerry 10 10 J.V. Football Cheerleader fCaptain5 11 J.V BasketballCheerleader Junior Class Junior Stenography Senior Class Senior Stenography-Secretary AD Club Powder Puff-Blue NELSON, WILLIAM D. Ski Club NEMEC, PATRICIA R. 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 Bill 10 Patty NEUROHR, NANCY M. NEWCOMB, GEORGE E. Basketball Baseball Football NOCERA, GENEVIEVE A. NOCERA, LYNN A. NOVOSEL, LAURA A. Girls Chorus Varsity Chorale Choral Masters Swim Timer Swim Timer-Co-Captain Winter Play Fall Play Big Show Spirits Senior Class Senior Class Cabinet Student Council Powder Puff-Blue manager OBERAITIS, LAIJRIE A. Volleyball CCO-Captain-125 Swimming AD Club Sophomore Class Junior Cabinet Senior Cabinet Spirits Powder Puff-Blue Choral Masters Student Council Girls Chorus O'E4RIEN, THOMAS A, OGRINC, ANDREW P. O'NElL, KEVIN W. O'NElLL, MICHAEL F. Auto Shop ORAZEM, SHERRI L. OTCASEK, JOSEPH W. Wrestling Football Junior Class Cabinet Senior Class Spirits Powder Puff OTCASEK, LESLIE L. Euclidian Horsemanship Club Big Show Orchestra Marching Band Announcer Orchestra 10 10-12 10-12 GENEVIEVE Lynn Laura 10 11-12 12 11-12 12 11-12 12 11-12 10-11-12 12 12 12 12 O.B. 10-11-12 10-11-12 11-12 10 11 12 11-12 12 11-12 12 10 Ferpo Mike 10-11-12 Oski 10 10 11 12 12 12 Leslie 12 11 10-11-12 12 10 O'TOOLE MARY P Wrestling Aide Lab Assistant Student Secretary PANTER, LEE H. PAPARIZOS, DELORES D Powderpuff Eucuyo PAPES, MARJORIE A. Teacher's Aide Survey Business Staff Girls Leaders' Club PAPPAS, RICHARD J 10 ,ff PENKO D ANE M 'W rack Euclidian Staff D.C.T. V.l.C.A. PARKER, PATRICK PARR, THOMAS P. Football Wrestling PATETE, ROBERT Basketball CCaptainD PAUL, DEBORAH A. Wrestling Aide Teacher's Aide Powder Puff-Gold Choral Masters PAVLOVICH, KAREN L. PAYNE, MARGARET M. Track Aide Key Club Junior Class Spirits Senior Class Girls Chorus Cross Country Aide Indoor Track Aide Powder Puff-Gold Vocational Accounting AD Club PAYNE, RONALD J. PECEKJOANNE M. PEcNik,DAvio M. PECNIK, GREGORY D. PEIROLO, LINDA S. Ski Club Tennis Survey-Business Powder Puff-Blue 10-1 Karen 1' O-12 10 is 11 11-12' '55 .1112 10 1 1 ff. Q Liv, -45' X 10-11 10-11-12 11 12 -12 12 PETRICK 10 AFS D Vt 10-11 12 Pink Panthers ..,.. 1 ,, 10 11 Wrestling Aide Ureasiurei gl Q 11 Yearbook A 19 ' -12 A Yearbook-Sectionfedgitor 11-12 Ron Horsemanship Clubgk ska Club ' I 11O8l'll'le NHS 1 St P, ,V .tg , DW age A N1-S15 PTSA Greg N PETSCHE. Bob Ski Club 10-1 1 PRIDEMORE T .... H 10 Nl-is , ,, 11-12 1o-11-12 Hors'i 'B't:ir1b ss. Q ' 11 1sxGh"d Cafe 3 1 1-1 2 Band NN-tawsmmv1tNt.,,,,,N 10 X D Auy. 1 12 ,sistant 10 Ml S -r f:SrY.l?6.N X Class Cabinet PYSELL. Indoor T rack Track Puff RAMONA, DAVID N. BEVERLY L. MICHAEL S. M. 11 12 11 11 12 11 12 David 10 10 10-11-12 Mike ed, Radical 10-11-12 12 12 12 11-12 10-11 10-12 10 12 11-12 "Doc" 10-11-12 10-11-12 12 N Q- 1-' ' AS? ' ,Q RANEY, RICHARD J. .gf , - N R-ch t 11 rl o.w.E. W iw RAPINZ, RASH, SA L. lnvestmeqsgglub Sec. OEA Hlsggriah, Soptiojiiore Class ns' , I YMOND, scoiirsv. Y estling .4 'A' 1. REED, DIANE M. Band Librarian 3, Marching Band Teacher's Aide Pep Band Powder Puff, Gold Track Aide " REED, JAMES Track, Powder Puff, cheerleader Intramurals Sandy? fx .A 12 11-12 10 10 Diane 10-11-12 10-11-12 11' 10-11' s IQQS 10-11-129i Jim 11 12 10-11 Leader JAMEV, IEORI J. SCOTT R. MARY K. Varsity Choral Senior Class Choral Masters .iii ,A - 11-12 GirI's Chior '13 ' Powder Puff it K RHETT, YOLANDA D. K RHYNE, CYNTHIA L. Cindi Yearbook 10-11-12 S 45' AFS .Qs-V 10 Pink Panthers 10 Choral Masters , 11-12 Big Show Stage Crew 1' 1 1 N H s 1 1-12 Horsemanship 11 Survey 10 RINDERLE, THOMAS J. Tom Football A 10-11-12 Football Captf' 12 Lettermanfs Club 11-12 Spirits e 11-12 Intramurals 10 Weight Lifting Club 10 ROBERTS, MARK D. ROBINSON, SCOTT J. ROCCO, JAMES M. ROEDER, PATRICIA Gator GAA 10 Ski Club 11 Ad Club 10 Powder Puff, Blue 12 ROEDER, PAMELA Pam u Scrader 10 Sobhcfrnore Class 10 Spirits? 1 10 Powder Puff, Blue 12 . xx g ROGERS, LISA A, 1 I WSQEIQQJEQK-,NICEYNTHlA'fl'.X cindy Ad Club ics 10 Big Show " 1-1, N . R 9' .AB Junior Office 12 12 Chris 11-12 12 11-12 12 12 12 12 Fitness Awardxtgj- -Q 11 Awafd if ' "-::4.s1.f2r5:f 1 1 QB 1 KATHLEEN A. Q' Rath. 1 12 Puff, Blue 12 11-12 10-11-12 11 Class 10 Sr. Homecoming Attendant 12 ROSSI, KAREN M, Ross ROSSMANN, ANDREW C. Andy Water Polo Club 10-11-12 Swimming Team 10-11-12 Wai Napolo - 10-11-12 Swim Leader 11-12 Girl's Swim Team Announcer 11-12 ROWLAND, ROBERTJ. Buzz Basketball 10-11-12 Spirits 11-12 ROZIC, STANLEY R. Stosh Media Aide 10-11-12 Lighting Crew 10-12 Audio Aide 12 ROZMAN, IVANA M. Red Cross Club 10 Euclidian 10 Swim Leader 10-11 Swim Team 10-11 IOE 11512 OEA 11-12 Vx RUDMAN, NATALIE A. Softball . 10 GirlsTrack P 11 R 5. 'ex .. N 31 ii RUDOLPH, ANDREA Investment Club 12 RUSCIN, LEE A. RYDELIS, RITA M. RYMARCZYK, KAREN Chips, Rym Gym Leader 11-12 Gym Leader, President 12 Spirits 10-11-12 Girls Track 10-11-12 Volleyball 12 Sophomore Class 10 Junior Class 11 Senior Class 12 Powder Puff, Blue 12 GAA 10 Voc. Accounting 11-12 RYMARCZYK, KATHLEEN Rym Spirits 10-11-12 GAA 10 Sophomore Class 10 Jr. Class Cabinet 11 Senior Class Cabinet 12 Track 10-11-12 Cross Country 10-11-12 GLC Secretary 11-12 Powder Puff, Gold 12 SAMUEL, NANCY A. Ski Club 10-11-12 Sophomore Class 10 Junior Class 11 Senior Class 12 Spirits 10-11-12 CommercialArt 11-12 Powder Puff, Blue 12 SANSBURY, MIKE J.V. Football 10 SANTA, CATHERINE ANNE Cathie Eucuyo 10-11-12 Eucuyo, Editor 12 Big Show 10 Euclidian 12 IQS 11-12 SANTON, CARLA M. Cheerleader 10-11 Powder Puff 12 SANTON, JEFFREY S. Jeff Audio Visual 10-11 SANTON, KELLY A. Kelly Choral Club 10 Voc. Accounting Pres. 12 SANTORELLI, PETER J. Sir SCERANKA, LOREN Lori Powder Puff 12 SCHAUER, THOMAS E, Key Club Wrestling SCHEMBRE, TINA M. Track Aide Spirits CommercialArt Powder Puff, Gold Senior Class SCHIEMAN, LISA A. Marching Band Powder Puff, Gold Swim Team Symphonic Wind Esmb, Band Librarian Swim Timer Maiorette Club Pep Band Choral Masters Big Show SCHIMES, GERALDINE C. Euclidian OWE SCHMIDT, KENNETH A. SCHNEIDER, MARY J. SCHWARTZ, DONALD H. SCHWATZ, GLENN R. SEALE, JULIE Cosmetology SEDIAK, DENNIS M. Choral Masters SEIDEL, DAVID J.V. Soccer Varsity Soccer Letterman's Club Outdoors Club Powder Puff Cheerleader Junior Class SEIDEL, MARK Red Cross Club Wood Foreman Choral Masters Swim Leader Ski Club SELVAGGIO, DEBORAH A GirI's Choir DE. Retailing SELWAY, KEVIN J. Track SENN, JOHN V. SHAFER, DOROTHY C. Data Processing Tom 10 11 Tina 10 10-11-12 11-12 12 12 Buerlo 10-11-12 12 11-12 11-12 11-12 11 11 10-11 12 12 Gerri 11-12 12 Ken Don Ju-Ju 11-12 10-11-12 10 11-12 11-12 11-12 12 11 Speidel 11 11-12 11 11-12 12 Debbie 10 11-12 Sei 11-12 Rat Dottie 11-12 SHANER, EDWARD E. DCT SHEEHAN, KELLY A. SHELDEN, JOHN P. Swimming Swimming Cpat, Swim Leader SHULTZ, JACK G. SHULTZ, PAMELA Child Care Hero Club SHUSTER, CARRIE LEE Girls Track Track, Girls State Girls Cross Country Cross Country, Girls State GLC Sophomore Class Junior Class Cabinet Junior Class Senior Class Cabinet Senior Class Student Council NHS Powder Puff, Gold Spirits SIBERT, LISA Swim Leader Ski Club Spirits Student Council Sophmore Class Junior Class Cabinet Senior Class Track Aide J.V. Basketball Cheerleader Girls' Chorus Powder Puff, Blue SIDMAN, KEVIN D. Football Wrestling Ski Club Spirits Tennis SIMEK, THOMAS SIMEO, JAMES W. NHS Key Club Euclidian Staff Euclidian, Advertising editor Lab Assistant Buckeye Boys' State IQS Medical Explorers Medical Explorers, vice-president Medical Explorers, president SIMPSON, CHARLES H. Track 12 Jack, Shelly 10-11-12 12 11-12 Pam 11-12 11-12 "Shu" 10-11-12 10-11 10-11-12 11-12 11-12 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 10-11-12 10 10 10-11-12 11-12 10 11 12 10 11 10 12 11-12 10-11-12 10 11 10 Jim 11-12 10-11 10-11-12 11-12 10-11-12 12 11-12 11-12 11 12 Charlie 10-1 1-1 2 M5 10 11 151'-12 10 11-12 Smitty . 11 Q.. X. Red Cross AFS ' il- NHS Eucuyo Senior Class STRINGER, SCOTT SRNICK, PHILIP F. Pep Band Marching Band STACK, JAMES A. STANDISH, ROLLAND B. -'Soccer STANEK, JANICE L. GLC Parliamentarian . A -'NHS Hx . ,N-ASQ.-:V gag- t+.A'xS" ' BX 1' 10 1210-11 1-1 2 12 11 11 Snid's 10 10-11 Rog 10 Teacher's Aide Clinic Aide ,IQ C, ' A-In--. 101 10-11-12 12 12 11 12 11-12 11' 12 12 10-11-12? A Flash Rolly 10 . SUDAR, SUSAN SUMMERFIELD, DANNY E. SUMMERS,,R,O.BERT L. x Wrestling Graphic Arts SUSCI-ll 'Ad' Club Junior Class Eucuyo Powder Puff, Blue Senior Class Volley ball SUSTAR, LAURA L. Majorette Club Red Cross Club Euclidian NHS Vocational Stenography SWANSON, DEBRA A. 1:-:AEsf3S2.?5metO'ogy 1slmbE-R,..egg53gQQ1311A:P-: wood ShOp"'N'f: -"'1' Machine Shop SZABO, STEVEN D. SZALAY, JEEFREY S. Wrestlinggg-F szoLEli', JEFFREY E. ski Club . .QN- SFANCREDI, REBECCA G Sophomore Class Junior Class Cabinet Student Council Powder Puff, Gold TAUEIIEN, NANCY A. Red Cross Club 1 1 Class . ..-. -1- ---1' 12 U 3:-g ..g:-.w.- ,.,. ml!! -.E 1 -A vw-A Luiz . . STAN'5Qe34f'Ef Ami!! sTAso,Q DENISE lvl. Den Cosmetology 11-12 ' Gym Leader 11 SQFEFANAC, MITCHELLT Mitch STELMACH, DWAYNE A. Investment Club Q 12 Key Club g.1,.-if 10-11-12 STEVKO, MICHAEL P. Mike STIGAMIER, STEPHAN M. Steve STOUFFER, THERESA E. - .-... 1,1 Voc. 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Swim Team Student Council Powder Puff, Blue Spirits THOMAS, JOANNA Wai Napolo Ski Club Spirits THOMPSON, DAVID Y. Golf Team THOMPSON, MARY OEA THOMPSON. TICE Euclidian AFS Concert Big Show Powder HY W. TOIGO, OEAT TOMSICK, JAMES W. Fall Play Marching Band Indoor Track Investment Club AFS Powder Puff, Majorette TOPPING, JAN ET L. TORTORICI, STELLA M. OEA, Historian Powder Puff Pat 10 10-12 Tamie 10 11-12 11 12 10-11 10-11 11-12 12 Tich,Tim 10-11-12 r Tweeg 11-12 S Jim 10 10-11 11 12 10 12 11-12 12 TREICHEL. Marching Pep Band Powder Puff Powder Puff Library Aide Band Vice Puff THOMAS M Class LUDVICK ODOVICH, JANICE L. GLC Vice President Red-Cross Club NHS Survey Teac:her's Aide ULIZZI, FRANK Key Club Media Aides UMEK, NANCY A. Cosmetology URQUHART, PAMELA ska Club Powder Puff Swim Timer USSAI, CHARLES L. VAHCIC, ALAN M. AJANAH, SUZANNE C, Q 'Powder Puff, Gold XD E Vice President s S 1. -:ex Trike 10-11-12 10-12 10 12 10 12 I 'io 10 11-12 11-12 Shelley 12 12 12 Jan 11-12 11 11-12 12 11-12 Nose 10-11 11-12 11-12. Pam 11-12 12 11-12 Chuck Al Sue 12 12 VAN PELT, DIANA E. Pink Panthers Hockey VARNER, DALE E. Track F' VAUGHAN, R BIN!!! VENDEL, KA LIN s. in Herbee A 10 , 11 Vee 10-11 S Kathy UVIRANT J J., VITOLO, ANTHC1NYT.P Hockey ,, Powder Puff Cheerleader SUSAN L. Team Leader RICHARD J. -,Xue WALLS, SHERRILL L. Ad Club Spirits WALSH, CONNIE M. COE Vice President WALSH, JEAN A. WALTERS, KAREN J. Gymnastics Powder Puff, Blue Majorette Club Student Council Wrestling Aide Swim Timer Senior Class Teacher's Aide Junior Class WALTERS, NOREEN M. AFS Vice President Powder Efyff, Blue Senior Class - Teacher's Aide NHS WALTHER, BRET A. WARDER, JAMES D. A WARMAN, MARK S. WASCHURA, JAMES Indoor Track cNp s - -si: -1 :1-is-.ff 1 ' ' 1 -S' r - A t'--sg ws- if 7iL.L'.. L iz.- . 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I Q I 'L+ 12 J , - ,iv Sehiir Cla ss lioimer Puff AN FRANK A. .--sz: - ,,.-4 -" , , -1, . ai A JAMES M. 4.1, 1 ' G-59-h MSKI, ANDREAS Tennis ,ji '-,. Swimming" , 5 Academic Chaliiifige Wl'1o's Who Key Club V Band Letterman WILSON, JAMES P. WINFIELD, VANISTA A. WISNIEWSKI, ANTHONY J. WITCHNER, MARLENE G. WOLF, DAVID J. Baseball Football Letterman Club WRIGHT, GEORGE WRIGHT, ROBERTA WYLIE, JENNIFER L. Ski Club Marching Band YERMAN, TIMOTHY J. Football YONKOUSKI, DENISE L. Cheerleader Track Tennis Student Council 10-1 11-12 12 11-12 Chris 11 12 12 ..Z,. Ziggy Z-Man, Zitt 10-11-12 10-11 11-12 Clerk Typlsts- Clerk Typistsfifarliamentarian Senior Class q'g1iJ Powder Puffv 'lf' zu PANgiQz,l,MARTlN J. BaskeVtE?g11f...f:.A',' Base,b3alQ551Q,1g2' 13 I ZL1l??i!?!?i??5'?ANDREA . A 1 ,l-- if . . , Financial Dir. 12- - 1.1.1 '- .'.1.a1f:w13.-11 -Q' f 1.0-1 1-1.1 'I , . 1 gl- 1 ,Q -F-V13aLcf'ff?Q:iJfa?53?2i?9' 'M 'Q-S ' - .Af 4r'9zi1'iw,4i-fffzsi':se -221 V 'X 7" 5' 'fiki' T ' rc- 'YK '- iiw f- 1 me 225 155 .1 tratrlst Y Ip t ff4Q,f131t2affa'm ,,t ,, 'f',M'wQ3 , as 9' Tction Club 'I .' Dave, ' rein-honcho 10-1 10-1 Q :fl "1 ' 532 ' A 45:f1g,.,' 11 f:f?.??f1?C'1e ' H Q7 Igllfafof 1' - -ietrpnlan eucudsan . Jenny, A A 151-1 Tim 7 10-11-12 10-11 10-11 10-11 10-11 . -I Pat I 1-12 1'i' f ' 10 ,""i1f ' A -10-11 "U J Bob 10-11-12 12 12 11-12 12 12 12 Zup 10-11 10-11-12 ANDREA 10 12 Diamonds 12 12 ncle Mike" 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-111-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 10-11-12 -- -,affl- 'Q --yah' .W 3: "A: A I if , 5 3 1 ,P f Y f of ff' f .. iff' 1' zj f, , f , f , Z 14' fu , ,f 1.10, .7157 . 4,1 .mf fn U, ff - ,.fi.. 1 fw ' .3 . 'FT f. 171, 12541- 2, fa' ,L 5-,.,f, Z? 345f2f ' . -554: '. 1. Lgmg., 'f 1.-ff, . "1 swag- ,f.f. , 1:34 ', ,ef ' 1 Congratulations -Sgiftlblfgiybf 79 1 v 4 l H '1 E UNIBEREUHSS SOPHO ORES Back in September the Sopho- mores entered a whole new world of friends and activities. Some of them experienced their first for- mal dances and pep rallies. They found that the seniors were not as threatening as they expected. Now that the sophomores have been through their first year at Euclid High they will return next year as confident upperclass- men. x if :mils Miss Harris, Period 1, Front Row, L to R: Stacie Buda, Janet Faragon, Sandy Post, Colleen Clarke. Row Twoi Ken Schulz, Mike Roeder, Frank Walters, Andy Cunning- ham Row Threei Sal Giunta, Chris Long, Doug Winstead. Row Four' Michelle Mar- tin, Greg Kovac, Vitas Jakubauskas, Joe Udovic. Row Five: Ray Klimas, Kevin Mean- ey, Bill l-longosh, Not Pictured: Betina Foreman, Eric Groudle, Cathy Jones, Jim Morris, Jeff Brile. 82!SOPHOMORE nil it ni 5 4-Ei? ' -5 IE' i ' W 3' -mw- Mrs. Gale, Period 1, Front Row, L to R: Caren Walsh, Karen Knaus, James Brown, Coleen Poe, Angela Krizanovic, Row Two: James Cater, Mike Champa, David Dzomba, Jennifer Whaling, Kimberly Antonick, Jane Shunk, Jane Evans, Mark Galloway, Jeff Kosmetos, Carol Schneider, Tammy Sprague. Row Three: Matthew Pirchner, John Berzanske, Chris Hernan, Bob McVey, Louie Tortorici, Duncan Maitland, Anginetta Castilla. Not Pictured: Colleen Corrigan, Jim Kordich, Marcia Myers, Kristin Yamane. .Its I'm having a big lunch today. .l.--3- Q 'x Mrs, McLaughlin, Period 1, Front Row, L to R: Terry Voss, Darryl Graus, Jeff Jaroscak, David Turner. Row Two: Valerie Hrobat, Janet McCluskey, Joy Hoon, Norma Ross, Debbie Manassa. Row Three: Cathy Michael, Robin Gielink, Diane Polaski, Bob Willrich. Row Fouri John Miklos, Sebastian Leverett, Phil Pallante, Tom Clasen. Row Fivei Brian Hauck, Kevin Flender, Steve Bleistein, Jane Seidel, Phil Bencin. Not Pictured: Tony DeVito, Bob Kinkoff, Jan Linke, John Miklos, Gretchen Mulvinas, Carol Neubert, Darleen Pratt, Q . X 1' 'H A-..,-fe". :am Sf tfwgfi L? --9 l 4 A XP, ., , v , 7:17 f ll Q' , ..fe,,4 C' I. 1 fs 4, f ,ss V QW? , 3:9 Mrs, Skvasik, Period 1, Front Row, L to R: Steve Unik, Frank Sain, Bob Boyd, Gene Wrenn, Rich Fleck, Val Jor- anko, Toni Cnvitarese, Row Two: Jim Tenney, Joe O'Donnell, Tim Sweeney, Mark Blase, Jim Harchar, Carl Miller, Paul Abramczyk, Not Picturedi Claudia Bell, Eric Ladovich, Cathy Mich- ael, Mark Shefcheck. Miss Lellis, Period 1, Front Row, L to R: Lisa Berzin, Todd Nawor, Beth Ma- bel, Gia Raffaele, Wendy Wright. Row Two: Dawn Ehrhart, Patty Hill, Doug- las Leu, Beverly Kohler, Row Three: Mary Stragisher, Kelly Clevenger, Nav Singh, Janet Bork, Bob Moses, Row Four: Robert Glolb, Linda Callahan. Not Pictured: Tae Surh. SOPHOMOREXS3 .DING ', plhgggrl 2253, ,J .Ls-,gh Mlss Spnga, Perlod 2, Front Row, L to R: Mlke Kase- lonus. Todd Barnard, Scott Glaser, Mark Marolt, Rlck Smnth, Row Two Jarnar Tarr, Todd lvancac, Sharon Knack, John Habat. Row Three' Darlene Pongallo, Mlke Kralg, Tern Funk, Sharon Ryrnar- czyd, Jeff Hogan, Denuse Nnchtlng, Steve Fleck, Mark Svxgel, Allen Burnberger, Davld Bak, Row Four. Bev lafellce, Parsa McGraw, Tracey Ander- son. Not Plctured' John Renshaw, Richard Smith, Russell Vldrlck, Frank Weussfuss, - I Ester- ' l- l A .Vis W -: 'll A . : , if . . ., wwe, 'rift , at ' L, A ,g tk 5 Es cd, my , gf' T 'W Av ' f f A, . , y Wisiges'-rms: Q5 '3 ff ! :kt ,--3. i ' -sl X .TS i - f xiii " Nw ' l Q aw- cx g ff-A Mrs Gubson, Period 2, Front Row, L to R' Halle Wuchter. Judy Lynch, Laura Bratlna Row Two Bob Metcalf, Chrls Zaffle, Barb Prlzzu, Mark MoNells, Doug Yonkouskl, Brad Dallos, John Gleason, Tony Patfueld Row Three' Jlrn Valentune, Tony Chanakas Row Four: Frank Hrlbar, Lorne Hone, Angle Boka, Denise Meyers, Chrls Sturgeon, Sue Davndson. Not Pictured John O'Toole, Mrs Gale, Peruod 2, Front Row, L to R Wlllnarn Banaszek, Joe Lew- arskl, John McLoughlln, Dyanne Kung, Vuckl Rask, Dale Bozlch, Mlke Osborne, John l-lufgard, Gregory Yartz, Chrus Knnght Row Two: Lorl Appleton, Nancy Valenduc, Denuse Glavan, Frank Repar, Brlan Carney, John Dea, Gale Johnson, Laura Glunta, Ronald Hale Not Pictured Patrlcla Szabrak, Angela Marshall SOPHOMOREXBL1 r1.we1'ff ,... ,ret 21. ma-3ef.:::.1,:a,,::,s:,-. ,-,.,e-::,.,..,q:Q - Af, M., 5 I :++r-:wg - -- k , :,,i,,,. El., .mg ...., ,kg ,, ',g,::g:,: -:,:, , . ci-cr:':ttf:cx': Nw: 'F ' '-rfirtr'-N '- ww: Pg .5p2.i1fqs5i1R+ if ,QQ , Nz-..f 1f.,,,.-. 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Don VVQISS4 Debgrah Austin, Steve Turk, Brian Combs Row Two Dave Gaffney, l-leldl Draxler, Katle Cavan, Debble Kon- rad, Kam Anderson, Make Brown. Jack Yatsko, Llsa Ferrutto Rovv Three' Connle Bell, Chrls Prlngle, Steve Lauslnl Brlan Campbell, Dave 9 - 1.1 Manello, Bull Musuck, Lon Soberk, 4 1 Chrls Kellerl Llsa Stupansky. Not Pictured' Donna Mazur, Bellnda Orav, Jena Vanek 5:12 V "5..-:A , - ,. l - , .x- 4 ,,,, . ..--- i 4 -'-- fs- H -5 N- 1-+?'?rr at fir: Mrs. Mc:Laughlun, Perlod 3. Front Rovv, L to R Ray Slmklns, Scott Gencope, Bob Jakovllc, Gary Beadle. Peggy Wlegand, Lynne Zakraysek. Laura Tledman. Sue Paul, Joy Black Row Tvvo Rhll Albert, Rlch Rerusek, Scott Johnson, Bob Ryan, Tum Breeden, Rlek l-lorvat. Ed Glover, Gary Brovvn, Rlck Neuman, Bvll Sovvers, Jlm Brody, Nlck Cetnnsky. Donna Dawson, Llsa Boyes, Sandy Kozel Not Ructured Nlck Fussell, Cathy Larabee. Steve Mrs Gubson, Perlod 3, Front Rovv, L to R Ecldue Maroll, Tony Sorenson, Dave Ron- sart, Todd Dlckard. Dan Durueko, Karen Vullch. Row Two Mlke Kalka. Tlm Kory- noskl, Ed Thomas, Mlke Medve, Llsa Ogorek, Steve Hurshman Row Three John Grtgsby, Bull Schuhle, Gary Lesnlk. Dave Kulblckas, Mark Cebron, John Vo- Iota, Mark LoPrestl Not Plctured Mar- cle Blase. James Gorlup, Sebastlan Lever- ett, Sherrl Sleferd, Ed Thomas. F 4' . SOPHOMOREf85 Mass Massaro, Peruod 3, Front Row L to R: Jane Srnxck, Nancy Buluck, Jeannlne Carlo, Eileen O'Brlen, Row Two: Sue Vernon, Annette Batya, Sandy Frank, Mary Ala- burda, Kelly De-zelon, Colleen Mur- phy, Donna Whelan, Marla Manlg- lua. Row Three: Kathy Drury, Chrls Berardunelln, Mike Urbas, Keith Keal, Erme Elshaw, Gary Supunsku, Frank Kobetltsch, Greg Santon, Rick Kralnce, Chris Logan, Micky Gllcken. Not Plcturedi Cindy Cul- bert, Gnna Clrlno, James Ray, Jane Srnovrsnlk. PSAT -Z' 1 , .. 4-1 rf. :iQ 1-Z. ' Q' E532 . X 9 ms. ,S Ja t .3- S N QL t S 'X S x' I N N IL , Vg. af, 'Q x 'aagl 1 f I 4 4 ... 7 I bl f' . X xl 'iff CT- :qv JN, Ji T The sophomores Mlss Splga, Perlocl 3, Front Row, L to R: Greg D'Amlco, Ron Repasy, Llsa Penny, Bonnie Shady, Scott Brady, Sue Soeder, Gary Gluck. Row Two. Llsa Beneduck, Bob Gallo, Dan Helmberger, Wllluam Cooper, Zdenko Novkovlc. Row Three: Barry Mltan, Make Blackman, Sean McCluskey, Rudy Knaus, Jam Jaz- bec, Row Four: Doug Hufnagle, Gary Summerhlll, Fred Foskey, Bull Buettner, Carl Trommetter Not Plctured: Muke Andrews, John BoyIe,Lor:Br1nkley, Barry Luttrell, Peter Vukovlc, Brlan Walther. SOF'l-lOMORE!86 are getting srnalle ,,..t,..,... , .NN Jane Shunk and Bob Bokar taking it easy. 'WAT' 3 HW .25 T451 4.4, . , A KX X . 'WN ' -hx ,.. 7' . I 5.4, 5, , XR' , , H 1 ':.f . ' "--X 1 rv- -PAVV X. A4 i 2' L Q Q le ,5 J' K Miss McLaughlin, Period 4, Front Row, L to R Sharon Lesler, Kim Petrich, Kelly Denihan, Dorninga Srnith, Allison White, Kevin Sufka, Kathy Bronkall. Row Two' Terri Kidder, Ann Meyers, George Johns, Jeff Hegedus. Pow Threei Maryann Carney, John Misch, Keith Sufka, Donna Powers, Denise Martin, David Pappas, Mike Redmond Not Pictured: Bob Brochak, Brett Du- becky, Jim Fox, Terri Ratchford. Sheri Srnoot. 'fi f 4 i g,,,,.. Mrs. Skvasik, Period 4, Front Pow, L to R: Ken Curtis, Dan Battaglia. Bob Scott, Lee Anne Hicks. Row Two: Carl Markel, Dino lnsana, Mark Cefaratti, Colleen McCreary, Blaise Festini, Tom Varwig. Row Three: Randy Keene, Karen Moody. Greg Hall, Mark She-fcheck, Dan Terzano. Not Pictured: Jim Lucas. Suzanna Makela, Damir Segina. Howard Skartved, Kevin Zaller. SOPHOMOREXS7 aw. s' .,.:- ' ' "' " ' ' -fra.-1. , .. ' , '-I ..., . 'F ii 'Ji W, I, ' 1 an Miss Massaro, Perlod 5, Front Row. l. to R: Adrlenne Perousek, Linda Payne, Joe Thur. Paul Langdon, Pat Buccllll, Dave Hanson, Leyton Harn- rnert, Tum Johnson, Turn Golden, Jeff Blelgh, Chrls Ausflug, Russ Klein. Row Two: Rob Tekavlc, Paul Schulz, Mary Medves, Debble Plttock, Annarnarla Ritz, Krlsti Stockdale, Cindy Mascaro, Carole Mclntosh, Gladys Henrlquez, Bob Ellenbest, Mary Glover, Not Plc- tured: Mark Davndson. Duane Payer. -"" . ,t Y- x x - xx xx s 'lg X4 ,kbgsaxp Mr Petrovlc, Perlod 5, Front Row, L to R: Brlan Reno, Dave Bauer, Dale Grubb, Ann Anderson, Bull Mason. Row Two Sharon Flke, Mesan McLaughlln, Lorl Tepley, Janet Relnke, Mark Lantz Pow ' -v -5 Mi N52 l- X,.....--suv' 'DR1fN . we - ANN., 'x N . WA,,,t,,,..........a--o I V ,, ,..... Ne-- Three: Judy Krnc, Pat Brod, Jeanette Roper, Anna Dovuc. Luncla boone, Jam Eder, Joe Porten, Andy ' ' Ulle, Llsa Son, Not Prctured' Kathy Kehn y Who do you think you are? Mrg, Gale, Pgrlod 6. Front RQWV V.,V 1 'S3 QQt:ttxxx:' :K w L to Ri Chuck Booms, Denlse A t X I " I -""?-""4'3' Strauss, Jennifer Pres, Dlane Pur- -1-ff 'r"""' vls, June Dally, Carol Chase, Shel- ley Ferrara Pow Twoi Mike Za- harsky, Dana Salem, Judy Mast, Jose Lima, Sharon Sleuth, Lon Hanson, Lusa Pysell, Elleen Dele- hanty, Robert Wolons Row Three: Vincent Burke, Harvey Tauluen. Barbara Theus, Geoffrey Prnt- chard, Jum Hubbard, Dave D'Am- leo Not Pictured: Ilona Macle- jauskas s , Q 3 SOPHOMOREXSS S 5 'fverifii l 'NG' . 'xx 1 ' i Jimmy Osborne caught unaware? il I X. -ilgi-. 'L ,Ax Mass Massaro, Penod 6. Front Row, L to R' Doreen Bussey, Knm Mc- Kenna, Denise Santon, Kathy Stanko Row Two: Laureen Peterson, Keith Fazuo, Scott Suegel, Jeff Grlffun, Row Three: Dave Florua, Dan Danzlnger, Tom Green, Paul Breskvar Row Four: Tom Boschu, Pat Lamont, Nancy Leverett, Ball Thomas. Row Fave: John Elchler, Make Glshnock, Perry Jordan, Steve Zak. Not Plctured Stanley Kardum, Tatljana Kerestes, Joan Kreckal, Susan Nlarknewncz. Nllss McLaughlin, Perlod 6, Front Row, l. to Ri John McCoy, Frank Brennan, Mllan Sullc, John Thompson, Steve Llggett. Row Twoi Julle Koenig, Chris Owens, Kelly Bryan, Ron Moser, She- wanna Gray Row Three: Nluke Kacper- skl, Joe Colo, Wayne Frumel, Joe Brad- , "7 1 dock, Martun Jones, John Rellly. Row Four: Leonard Brewster, Vlncent Ellul, Not Pnctured. Kevln Barta, Nl:- chelle Bean, Darnell Lach, Connue Larf abee, Pat Roberts, Rach Scaletta. Lynn Snyder A.. vw- ""1v5.3.'I..ff' SOPHOMOREXSQ EUC Miss Massaro, Period 7, Front Row L to R: Therese Mullins, Mike Ma lone, Lyle Mattson, Dave Budnar. Kelly Dunlevey, Karen Mackill, Deb bie Faight. Row Two: Ron Rich, Debi Szlay, Chuck Gole, Ed Ric- zinger, Anita Jankowskl, Hope Doyle, Lisa Kuhen, Marcia Pierce. Row Three: Natalie Frattin, Coleen O'Neill, Cindy Ritzu, Linda Bozak, A Lorna Coyne, Craig Williams. Not Pictured: Rebecca Burge, Nancy Takiguchi, Thomas Thome, Yvette Vgliiil 1 Watkins. lk, U21 X Ms. Koenig, Period 7, Front Row, L to R: Mike Yeckley, Tina Hutton, Bob Cek Row Two: David Myers, Dan Vanah. Row Three: April Ciarlillo, Debbie Blain, Row Four' Rob Schafer, Gary Danolfo, Jack Heasley, Row Five: Glenn Bele, Brenda Roberts, Julie Dotson. Not picturedi Chris Gannon, Gino Podrus, Al Smiddy. Mrs. Gale, Period 7, Front Row, L to R: Debra Skula, Lori Schmidt, Barbara Starr. Karl Besselman, Row Two: Jennifer Watson, Lor- raine Starman, Tony Zingale, Eu- gene Lucci, Chris Fitzpatrick, Charles Coe. Mark Cowling, Row Three, Greg Rhett, Eve Klemencic, Donna Sly, Vicky Burnside, Ron Janosky. Not Pictured' Paul Kurilla, Steven Hutchins, Mike Yentz, Scott McCuilly, Tyrone Knight, Michelle Andresky, Eric Brown, Bob Ma- gruder f iw , ii t Tb 1 1 - ' . T , ' ' ' i'QiX:w , Q .- we -, if . 1 'EF tx tg, K 55 5. ., ' J fp x I SOPHOMOREXQO .vJ.f" i-E, fx 1 'T' L. '4 N . 5 is wt- PE X0 1 N ...--af Q, is R- ,wg Q. an w I : i'l',p-X, lliili xJ3'?" ni' ' IN' HI, ' -. V fx 115. .J , ,Z .A ,s nu". A t JM. 4 Q 0 ' J - u -A rf!-. I U1 ' 1 n .-. an susan 1 v an -.1 nw- u':ilw-fal " . ,lg :': -- i X I , '. t-' 1 1 I rf' I 9?- .A - T:-Ma ,cw 4 ,,., 1 1--P gk 2,-. -sv., V' ,, .. Q, ,Q xy . ft r 2 S xv . . FL-4 A - fix, ..'4. -as .v 1 ff .x .. 34 '1- Q-Q gl. - 4 y . I ,Q QQ '22,-ga ' Handford, Make Durban. x V .-N:--xg. . 41.1,-f.4. .- ---' .ms .. How can I write ten pages on that plant? 'K -....--,,,,,,, .. 4-xv-vrjw if-:y-1, - W., f:,,. ' , H9 Miss Spiga, Perlod 8, Front Row, L to R. Al Peklay, Brlan Leonard. Row Two: John Capretta, Chuck Petraska, Dave Loy, Bob Znldarslc. Row Three: Paul Ramunas, Marty Kralg, Steve Rollck, Terr: Vltolo, Row Four: Jlm Osborne, John Kro, Mark Straub, Paul Bauer, Rich Horton, Davld Fedakowskl, Vlckl Voase, Davnd Jenna, Frank Matar- aza, Debbre Dlxon, Ken Adams, Pat Harth. Not Plcturedi James Dlezlc. s 7 I 54. lg: - v a 7' ,T -A en, Mr. Petrovlc, Perlod 8. Front Row, L to R: Terry Asplnwall, Mike Blelek, Diane Andrews, Judy Hasse, Marc Garland Row Two. Sue Lokar, Rob Vahclc, Jennufer Thomas, Kathy Strauss, Sandy Snyder, Jlll Nemecek Row Three: Mlke Cotter, Judy Braun, Doug Drobf nick. Carol Campbell, John Eros, Bethany Hook, Linda Lawrence, Peggy Llnn, Mlke A ,J Tk - A Q , ll Zi! h Mrs. Gibson, Period 8, Front Row. L to R: Sue Hlckey, Rach Struck- land, Darlene Conral, Augle Tyler, Jeanne Busher, Denlse Fetko. Row Two: Duane Stlpkovlch, Mary lvan- clc, Tammy Corbran, Tony Bree- den, Daryl Langman, Tom Borth- wlck, Llsa Barash. Row Three: Mark Shumonek, Mary Lynn Fasham. Kevin Kelly, Tom Murphy, Vlnce Picozzl, John Ortman, Ed Zugman. Row Four: Laura Wachhaus, Ann Wnntle, Sue Gallagher, Char Gole, Chrls Ryder. Not Pictured' Dar- lene Conrad, Laura Dmeen, Pat Malaney. SOPHOMOREXQI 'SOPHOMORE 192 Mrs. Gale, Perlod 8, Front Row, L to R: Wendy Stroud, Nancy lvanclc, James Gordon, Dorene Gresel. Maureen Doherty, lrene Masera, Doreen Seuffert, Mazda l-lollatollahl, Row Two: Brlan Yehar, Davld Bukovec, Joe Mus- catello, Patrlck Bost, Davld Zagore, Rlchard Molnar, Thomas Tonkll, Joe Novak, Mlke Mlzek. Mlss Harrls, Perlod 5, Front Pow, L to F? Steve Machanos, Lynn Murphy, Tam: Bobrovv Row Two: Ralph ZlttkOWSkl, Nlls Hammar, Jeanlne Swoboda, Anne Cerer, Steve Rado, Pow Three' Gary Colllns, Kelth Nlcholson, Paul Rossmann, Mark Kroflna, Al Thompson Row Four' Boo Sherldan, David Beal, Nell Blerer, Julla Jones, Karol McArthur. Joe Nozllng, Lucy Manzo, Monlca Zavvojek, Pat Trost, Maureen O'Br1en, Not Plctured: Klm Ames, Ray Booth, Ken Ferllto Mlss Harris, Perlod 4, Front Row, L to Ri Vesna Markon, Clndy Ross, Laura Le Donne, Joanne Archackl, Sandy Nlcholls. Ken Yerman Row Two Mlchelle Hlnko Tracy Florelll. Lucy Vldovlc, Cathy Ber lan, Chrls Bremenour, Al Brussee, Shlrley Flnnle, Row Three' Erlc Zebold, Doug Springer, John Koslr, Eric Ecker, Ron Tre- bec, Peter l-losa Not Plcturedd Shay, J. Ratllff 'l N tt ,. f I l fmhn- ---- tsml' 'F'-- l 'Qee -l.. T 5 : ---ee'-w..,:.... e-ees l l . . . " 1 . . t N, Q l l p---f-we-ef Qse. f. N, , , , uf Y---T, .,.... G V -... . VQQQV K i ', .:.s 1, X V tx- - : X 1 P. tf i .g L .,.. ig 2 'l t lyk - v t... X ' y . 'X ' W? my . md 1 Q J ' 'TL x. l ,,:"i1'S - -': K , -ig, -3- T Q. r h ' i K r ,,,.--1. . ' t 1 " 5-M 3 Q 0,4 ' P S gifi , T" , kg Q .wa -. .,..- ,y N, H 6 ul. , .Q Qt X3 K .2 I Ni N qv" . P 1- -N ' r f TTT ' 3 Z ig- -. 1 N l l, J V . - l , , I .- -l tt org 5 Y v -.rl - ,. - .4 ,," 5: ,. X ,: .. - 'f'1QAA L' .J if: I .1 X X Ns :KX gf-, I 1 ,. A Q. . X . i,a,5g.2 L L ft : xxx .Q . ' - F ' , W ' i 2 -Y il bg Q 4 ' x N -l X N- S 3 Q S X S xx C+ x e f' I .- Q J 5 l Q ,f-3' I ' X 1 X Q N W X nif r A-N X t N X S 2 mg 5 4, I X vK:..L,, ex 5 fkr NM l '1 .--Q.. 1 4, , Q : an :ar ut, Miss Harris, Period 7, Front Row, L to R: Chuck Durst, Mike Horabik, David Woodruff, Jirn Fakult, Harland Abra- ham, Eric Treichel. Row Two: Kim Lorber, Tom Ruzich, Karen Larson, Lisa Payne, Nancy Match. Lori Sain, Katy Duffy, Susan Hromyko, Gina Evans, Tammy Van Beneden, John Rose, Tim Christianson. Not Pictured: Deanna Thornas, This is my doll. f i L ' X U - -J M Miss Harris, Period8, Front Row, L to R: Terry Johnson, Carol Ward, Debbie Laska, Alex Schil- ler, Lois Dolinar, Connie Ucic, Dan Horvat, Row Two: Stan Matras, Bill Pozun, Sharon Ma- kela, Matt Savino, Cherie Kristofelc, Row Three: Bob Bokar, John Rocheford, Greg Penny, Chris Hepp, Wayne Davis. Not Pictured: Ron Gielink, Paula Owen, Laura Steyer. Miss Hatter, Period 3, Front Row, L to R: Jirn Thompson, Kevin Cherne. Row Two: John Cala- brese, Darlene Lastoria. Row Three: Keith Hart. Lou Capasso, Vince Rowan. ,. i Future EHS students. SOPHOMOREXQ3 Sophomore Indo SOPHOIVIORE INDEX Abraham, Harland Harris 7 Abramczyk, Paul Skvasik 1 Adamowicz, Raymond Adams, Kenneth Spiga 8 Alaburda, Mary Massaro 3 Albert, Philip McLaughlin 3 Ames, Kimberly Harris 5 Anderson, Ann Petrovic 5 Anderson, Kimberly Massaro 2 Anderson, Tracey Spiga 2 Andresky Michelle Gale 7 Andrews, Diane Petrovic 8 Andrews, Michael Spiga 3 Antonick, Kimberly Gale 1 Appleton, Lori Gale 2 Arbogast, Douglas Spiga 3 Archacki, Joanne Harris 4 Aspinwall, Teresa Petrovic 8 Austlug, Christopher Massaro 5 Austin, Deborah Massaro 2 Bak, David Spiga 2 Banaszek, William Gale 2 Barash, Elizabeth Gibson 8 Barnard, Todd Spiga 2 Barta, Kevin McLaughlin 6 Basilone, James Harris 8 Battaglia, Daniel Skvasik 4 Batya, Annette Massaro 3 Bauer, Daniel Petrovic 5 Bauer, Paul Spiga 8 Beadle, Gary McLaughlin 3 Beal, David Harris 5 Bell, Claudia Skvasik 1 Bell, Connie Massaro 2 Bencin, Philip McLaughlin 1 Benedick, Lisa Spiga 3 Berardinelli, Christina Massaro 3 Berlan, Catherine Harris 4 Berzanske, John Gale 1 Berzin, Lisa Lellis 1 Besselman, Karl Gale 7 Bielek, Michael Petrovic 8 Bierer, Charles Harris 5 Black, Howard Skvasik 4 Black, Joy McLaughlin 3 Blackman, Michael Spiga 3 Blain, Debbie Koenig 7 Blase, Marcie Gibson 3 Blase, Mark Skvasik 1 Bleigh, Jeffrey Massaro 5 Bleistein, Steven McLaughlin 1 Blevins, Lynne Lellis 1 Bobrow, Tamara Harris 5 Boka, Angela Gibson 2 Bokar, Robert Harris 8 Booms, Charles Gale 6 Boone, Linda Petrovic 5 Booth, Raymond Harris 5 Bork, Janet Lellis 1 Borthwick, Thomas Gibson 8 Boschi, Thomas Massaro 6 Bost, Patrick Gale 8 Boyd, Robert Skvasik 1 Boyes, Lisa McLaughlin 3 Boyle, John Spiga 3 Bozak, Linda Massaro 7 Bozich, Dale Gale 2 Braddock, Joseph McLaughlin 6 Brady, James McLaughlin 3 ff 427172772 xa,,f,'fff,7fg f 2 'fiVzfM7Z7w f fff 0 f MM 7 , X X X X X if X X X X Q X ifsw-i545Qs:-SS Xgj S 4, Xt it Xisif Xtg'.s,g,Xs.fX 5 Q-XSL Xslcgsxgi C X. Q XXXNXXXSXXX Brady, Scott Spiga 3 X Bratina Laura Gibson 2 X . t Braun, Judy Petrovic 8 X X do XX g,ijigSX:- Breeden, Anthony Gibson 8 XXX Breeden Timothy McLaughlin 3 X xl9l1 X XXX X XsXXXXXSXXw l l ily li.,-,J .,z . , l L Ee ,,. i. 5 l it t I5 5:--.ci-2,4 .-L 2 . 5' '.,- . -.. ' ' " . ts ' , 1. .mer-,efVs.,-wg'-rg.-:,,1:,1 ' .t ff,'sLiai4,,g. sfsz,.gQf,ZQfill:lsi9e:,4ae:p.1f,s21::ffA..ex 9- - ' 4- fi .. viii 17? .. 1, 'lil '-'Wi L' L' ,i sw , fi-Yi 65: :MW 's"sffpra1:'21ff2C-il' 1 1 i qsgfcrt-'gag fgfrwstezies gsm' 5:4 Q, Q. ,nf .. S 'ESE 27? ' ii ' 5' 'ffxli Asses- giswlififxes-rzivzffif?T 7 if 'i il r?fw fe:rrf 12 r LL.Z.L2:.,:.:.Q::.,LIffE. ' ',... .- .fi 'I "'I'U '24 L , Makela, Sharon Harris 8 Malaney, Patrick Gibson 8 Malone, Michael Massaro 7 Manassa, Deborah McLaughlin 1 Maniglia, Maria Massaro 3 Mannello, David Massaro 2 Manzo. Lucille Harris 5 Markel, Carl Skvasik 4 Marinkov, Steven McLaughlin 3 Markiewicz, Susan Massaro 6 Markon, Vesna Harris 4 Maroli, Edward Gibson 3 Marolt, Mark Spiga 2 Marshall, Angela Gale 2 Martin, Denise McLaughlin 4 Martin, Michelle Harris 1 Mascaro, Cynthia Massaro 5 Masera, Irene Gale 8 Mason. Willeam Petrovic 5 Mast, Judith Gale 6 Mataraza, Frank Spiga 8 Matoh, Nancy Harris 7 Matras, Stanley Harris 8 Mattson, Lyle Massaro 7 Mazur, Donna Massaro 2 McArthur, Karoline Harris 5 McCaIlion, Patricia McCluskey, Janet McLaughlin 1 McCluskey, Sean Spiga 8 McCoy. John McLaughlin 6 McCreary, Colleenmarie Skvasik 4 McCulley, Scott Gale 7 McGraw. Parsa Spiga 2 Mclntosh, Carol Mussaro 5 McKenna, Kim Massaro 6 McLaug hlin, Megan Petrovic 5 McLoughlin, John Gale 2 McNelis, Mark Gibson 2 McVey, Robert Gale 1 Meaney, Kevin Harris 1 Medve, Medves Michael Gibson 3 , Mary Massaro 5 Metcalf, Robert Gibson 2 Meyers, Meyers, Annamarie McLaughlin 4 Denise Gibson 2 Michael, Cathy McLaughlin 1 Miklos. John McLaughlin 1 Miller, Carl Skvasik 1 Misch, John McLaughlin 4 Mizek, Michael Gale 8 Molnar, Richard Gale 8 Moody, Karen Skvasik 4 Morris, James Harris 1 Moser, Moses, Ronald McLaughlin 6 Robert Lellis 1 Mullins, Theresa Massaro 7 Murphy, Colleen Massaro 3 Murphy, Lynn Harris 5 Murphy, Thomas Gibson 8 Muscatello, Joseph Gale 8 Musick, William Massaro 2 Myers. David Koenig 7 Myers, Marcia Gale 1 Narusas, Rimas Nawor, Todd Lellis 1 Neiman, Richard McLaughlin 3 Nemecek, Jill Petrovic 8 Neubert, Carol McLaughlin 1 Nicholls, Sandra Harris 4 Nicholson, Keith Harris 5 Nichting, Denise Spiga 2 Norton, Clifford Novak, Joseph Gale 8 Novkovic, Zdenko Spiga 3 Nozling, Joseph Harris 5 O'Brien, Eileen Massaro 3 O'Brien, Maureen Harris 5 O'DonneII, Joseph Skvasik 1 Ogorek, Lisa Gibson 3 Oldenburgh, John O'NeiIl, Colleen Massaro 7 Orav, Belinda Massaro 2 Ortman, John Gibson 8 Osborne, James Spiga 8 Sophomore lndex!95 Q LJ 0pl'icin'inri'1 Index M95 f X f X X X X Q -4 gl . if Sag. K K yxi - X K s xk,X X YKQQ w tktr,.-sigqfit V Jsxiygsx 5 as . F t Q R -, m KLL' L . . ' f" f ..kk lf?-5 -- .iw fsQaiQi.1q Iii 4- QQTXEQX1 i :QT Tiedman, Laura McLaughlin 3 Tonkli, Thomas Gale 8 Tortorici. Louie Gale 1 Trebec, Ronald Harris 4 Treichel, Eric Harris 7 Trornmetter, Carl Spiga 3 Trost. Patricia Harris 5 Turk, Steven Massaro 2 Turner, David McLaughlin 3 Tyler, Angela Gibson 8 Ucic, Connie Harris 8 Udovic, Joseph Harris 1 lJlle. Andrew Petrovic 5 Unick, Steven Skvasik 1 Urbas, Michael Massaro 3 Vahcic, Robert Petrovic 8 Valencic, Nancy Gale 2 Valentine, James Gibson 2 Vanah, Daniel Koenig 7 Van Beneden, Tammy Harris Vanek, Jena Massaro 2 Varwig, Thomas Skvasik 4 Vehar, Brian Gale 8 Vernon, Suzanne Massaro 3 Vidovic, Lucy Harris 4 Vidrick, Russell Spiga 2 Visage, Gary McLaughlin 3 Vitolo, Terese Spiga 8 Voase, Vicki Spiga 8 Volota, John Gibson 3 Voss, Terry McLaughlin 1 Vulich, Karen Wachhaus, Laura Gibson 8 Walsh, Caren Gale 1 Walters, Francis Harris 1 Walther, Brian Spiga 3 Ward, Carol Harris 8 Watkins, Yvette Massaro 7 Watson, Jennifer Gale 7 Weiss, Dori Massaro 2 Weissfuss, Frank Spiga 2 Whaling. Jennifer Gale 1 Whelan. Donna Massaro 3 White, Allison McLaughlin 4 Wiegand, Peggy McLaughlin 3 Wilkinson, James Williams, Craig Massaro 7 Willrich, Robert McLaughlin 1 Winstead, Douglas Harris 1 Wintle, Ann Gibson 8 Wolons, Robert Gale 6 Woodruff, David Harris 7 Wrenn, Eugene Skvasik 1 Wright, Wendy Lellis 1 Wuchter, Halle Gibson 2 Yamane, Kristin Gale 1 Yartz, Gregory Gale 2 Yates, Cynthia Gale 7 Yatsko, Jackie Massaro 2 Yeckley, Michael Koenig 7 Yehl, Joseph Harris 8 Yentz, Michael Gale 7 Yermari, Kenneth Harris 4 Yonkouski, Douglas Gibson 2 Zaftle, Christopher Gibson 2 Zagore, David Gale 8 Zahorsky, Michael Gale 6 Zak, Steven Massaro 6 Zakraysek, Lynne McLaughlin 3 Zaller, Kevin Skvasik 4 Zawojek. Monica Harris 5 Zebold, Eric Harris 4 Zele, Glenn Koenig 7 Zigman, Edward Gibson 8 Zingale, Anthony Gale 7 Zittkowski, Ralph Harris 5 Znidarsic, Robert Spiga 8 11" , " Ai ' Y. 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These decisions will aid them in planning their senior year. J. Jay Atwood Jack Avcin Tony Aveni Cheryl Adam -A ,gg Linda Alaburda Greg Anclersky " N. lm Jeff Anderson ' ' -X Tom Anderson Lisa Andrews Jean Araps Amy Arnold Dave Arnold 'W 65. . Ah tx John Arnold " ' Lori Artzner x Jill Badstibner Jim Baehr Joseph Baglione in John Balala 'f-' ' s- . . ST Mary Jo Balazs I Frank Balogh Jim Banaszek Bridget Barba Valerie Baris L Andy Barnauskas ' A 'ls 'T wr' 'fl 4 Ai Greg Barnauskas 'ax ' Jane Bartel Ed Bartol Crystal Bashline gt Q Karen Behun X A- Tom Bell 'TL' as-fi Bob Belviso Rosemarie Bene Benita Benedick Laura Bennett Laurie Beres John Berlan . ., cz' ffl f 5 -' 1 x 'fi ' l Y f -A X ' 1 I 1 fa 6 if 1 Y ., I - J, V K ' - ---Al QF- -r . 'K Il .fs "'E1+ . , "f 5 xiii A fr A f New Q vf -' x Q g if - .A I i VI! h L ,. A 1 r. . V I C T O R Y is the Junior battle cry. A Bi H.. ,Q , I .f I H b fi. 'f .E . 5. . . he :L ' X 2. 'Q' .. 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' X- x Ywga ' ' 4 "' -A 35' Kenny Bernackl Donna Bernsteln Svetlana Beros Beth Black Robert Blevins Janune Boettcher Bill Bohanon Dave Bokor Frank Bolden Michele Bolocanoff Steve Bost John Bosco Ken Bosco Arlene Bowuns Darlene Bowlns Jerry Bowman Make Braicllch Scott Bratton John Brechun John Brentar Tony Brentar Marc Broccone Angle Bruno Deanna Brzozowskl Arthur Buanno Dean Buccen Ellen Buck Tiffany Buda Mark Bukovec Sue Bukovec Dan Bumbarger D. Nllchael Burke Kim Burrows Karen Busduecker Rosemary Busher Bonnle Bydash .,., Y 1, ,,A .Ar I , -A , , ,L -- ,.-wx" i Q rp- 'ix 46' e 1 , , " ,, I V. .,- .. .. 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Judy Hornlng Chrlsly Horvath Joe Hrlbar Rlck Hrwatzkl Mark Hughes Mary Jo Hulun Nlckl lafellce Davld Ice Amy Jakllch Sally Jaksa Terr Jamnlk Josephune Jarc Mulena Jarc Karen Johnson Ken Johnson Leslie Johnson Alan Jones Douglas Jones fn? xxx' I -2- ,,-4 f "lx l fl -S JG 3 as .gf - N 9 K s ,?, 1 A -K if A 3 Q on-. li X LE' 2 X l els Y J ,.::. B . ,R , H 5- 1 xv' . xfllxl JK N' .,' xx " xl! . new f a K 5 . l:,,k. X- 'hr . -1 LJ ai ll lf' E- ' ' S' -z. Q vs- " Nw Q The loglc of a Euclldlan Staff member. J- '- -1: R, 3 lm H W F ' 'sg -- sk lik' i' :i g A ' -. if an Q ,J J , A w A x . 7 Q V -Qi J - X l ' A. 'SN Q . l ' Q, t " .-I k X I QS R M ',g.i W 'ns ,, as ' NCL' -1.4 in -ix.: 62 tgyx .5 A ,. W Q' we-xg:g.:w .- I N - v ENN' X .-exvr' ' xx xx ."v K is X ini? H 'V ll xx N 'I 'J xv 1 1 f" -L A Fm. . 1" X A .-+1 Fr 1 t. . M ,ff S' ' l , x Q GL'-,R 'T 4. X iu , -X. 'P S- Q. '- I f ,N .- ? 5' ,- ,V ,f I X133 X3 il, . A F, I l' X If 1, x A . 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'C fc ' " " E.-:- ' Jim Reeves J' ' A be JF Dan Reichert D K ll gl Maxam K X Deborah Render W' Dan Reilly Kelly Reminick Natalie Rendina y N, ,A 1 - Wayne Rexrode 'Q ff 7 , -5 9,1-,: A 'fr Scott Robasz ' J' .D n , l "'v,' , ,Q Kenneth Roberts ., ' " J " 5 ' 'N ' Ron Roberts x ' ' 'J' P f X lt A JUNIORXIOQ JUNIORIIIO Susan Roeder Lorl Rogers John Rose Renee Rose Arny Ross Dan Ross Kathy Rotondo Ton: Rowland Andrea Rudolph Jeff Rupslc John Rupslc .lackne Ryder Gery Saba Marla Saln Nlck Sakacs Barb Saley Chrls Salopek Rlck Salyan Trash Sansburry Tom Sapatko Lunda Sauerman Gregor Savernlk Mark Sawyer Karen Saywell Dave Sceranka Jeff Schaefer Greg Schalk Bull Schauer DOVTIIFIICK Scheld Andrea Schernbre Sheron Schlller Braun Schrock Jeff Schroll Ruth Schueneman Patty Schultz Donata Schulz Jackle Schulz Doug Sebusch Laura Seleman Denlse Selvagglo Clarence Senn Duane Shanko Kathy Sheehan Bull Shega Ed Sheridan Jarnle Sherman Anne Shllander Ann Shusky Jeff Sldak Debble Sltord Robert Sunfucak Llsa Slrnmons Tom Slrnon Donna Suns Kelly Slvert Dorls Skarlca 'L-. x "" Q I will Q, -I -5, , 5. -0- M V . . sg K S 1 - A il f! 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N 5 ,is ' -fr pf A 3' 'R' fa T 'Vt ' V1 S T' L Vnckle Sl-sora Julle Skur Nancy Sledz Clndy Slovenec Rnck Smelko Dave Smlddy Theresa Smlddy Dave Smlth Linda Smith Rob: Soeder Damlr Spanjol Dan Spence Brian Speroff Alex Splrnkaltls Kam Stegh Don Stern Dale Stelmach Margue Stephens Cynthla Stephenson Lon Stevko Edith Stibrnger Jonna Stockdale Krm Strah JD. Stump Keith Stumpf Terr: Stupuca Buddy Sulen Rosemary Sulkowskl .lay Sulllvan Robert Sulluvan Karen Sump Duane Svugel Lynn Swanslnger Mlke Swanson Sharon Synk Martin Talty Lee Ann Tanner Ellzabeth Taylor Lisa Tekanclc Suzanne Tekanlc Kathy Templar TJ, Theodore Dualne Thome Lora Thompson Robert Thompson Stu Thompson Greg Thomson Bob Tnllet Rack Todd Albert Totarella Peter Troha Joe Trornmetter Kay Troth Tammy Tuccl Joe Tuft Milllle Turkals .lUNlORf111 JUNIORH12 Sue Turner Cheryl Twoey Davld Uchbar Scott Ullman Dlanne Urey Joe Ussal Cindy Vallee Wally Vance Louis Vldovlc Nllke J. Vnuck Muke Voase Jlrn Vohnout Janet Walsh Mark Walters Lisa Wardelner Tammy Ware Llnda Warner Mark Warszawskl Debble Waterman Chrlstlne Watral Dlana Watson Terr: Weber Dan Weiss Carmen Weussfuss Enleen Welton Jack Wendel Debbue Weslee Donna Weslee Tam: West Pam Whallng Dan Wlegand Kel Wxlber Keith Wall Dave Wlllert Rob Wllluams Ray Wlllrlch Greg Wllson Rlcharcl Wlltrout Sandy Wlntle Donna Wlsnlevvskl Clndy Wolde Karen Wonderly Scott Wright Joe Yan Marla Yanko Vlcky Yatsko Nena Yeckley Bull Young Bill Zaller Laura Zebold Sandy Zeltz Glen Zerby Loru Znvkovlch Jackle Zorko Debble Zuzek Matt Geyer K g-. . in .ii -. l 'fx -- 2 ' l Y. 1 f X I X XXL, Q -, xv 5" a X -. K - Q wg ci . 21 3 A C 4 we lf- .,.'+"J , I N ' 3 t Q CJ X X, 4: ,. 5 xx nn .. l ,. .TL 2 , . fi. ., Rf'-4 - 3, " P, 5 E, V if rv . -V l. Ag' . Q V gl ' - x f I H SB' is .ug .K 595 6 1 1 .x li lv C L, ntfiswg el '+R -:. ., . Y.,-1 V G is Sw -. X l .-.PNX X xx if N X 1 'C X 5""k5ifS -iii W. - -W . 8 -ww "' . S A ' X -s 'W J ' ref- 1-22 .i' -- , 7 N , r st .. A I - U GGL ' :af . C 1' ie.: . N f ,, 'A be 1 S-A "CW" ll 15l"f- -eff! W ' w 'C P: . A A xx L 5 QQ z gs, F A NM 1. X ' W' t- ' 'X r . .' r ' C J V - fs 5 W 1 Q .le W V - V ' XX? N , . 3' xt- -ral If N 5 ' X rr. A E 'X 4 v " t 'u 'Y 5 Q 3 2 ,. ' -'f V I I ,. R NN I . y xx m . I ,w 1 ld A 1" ' t , Y HT. ,gru- .Jn 'af' : :, ', '- ion, Front Row, L to R: Connie Marsh. Sharon Barravechua. Row 2, L to R: Laurle Norton, Therese Calabrese. Row 3, L to R: Connie Larabee, Michelle Magglo. Row 4: Jesse Dlrando. 3 . Tim, , 1. 1 t .. 1 -' ' . . , ,rw--gas .: i Qu: 7. , l 5 ., Front Row: Kelly Klrchmeir. Row 2, L to R: Jacl-me Hall, Marian lannlcca, Sharon Holland. :Q V . . K m': 6 -.' , 5 if . I , 'sl x Y, f 4 ,:.:3 Front Row: Deron Malenda. Row 2, L to R: Denise Szabo, Joanna Young, Norma Martinez. Row 3, L to R: Edward Szabral-4, Rich Wllllarns, Muke Tledman. JUNlOR!l13 . , ' I 1 'Q 1 ! Q, . i 1 :X-fqge V-,,,.,,,3.g. . - g t A, .M 4-A - at - L ' + . ' ' A W Y x -x r AJ' ' ' .K . vii' ' Q Q , . ':'i., " W 3 ' A LA" ' "li Y 4 . ' .,Sn',. ..,,4.. A-.......f, U-T-.Af-wi funn-A 1 ...-.-..--f-0 A .-3-:wg-gfjf f . 4 '-wi ,41,LEm2.a-..L, K-A , ,, R.. , ,V 5 -H -..L., ,,,.,,,, , , , Nye 'r " if ,- . X ji' 3 .Q A , , Y , ff? gl X Q. ' f"'ZTCX "M L P x f N x " Y , . ' . . ,M , . , , A H12 .Q V ' f 'ij-ici' ww f, , . . fi" ' Q-N Qejx.-LYQK - 2 - L I x 1pX:.:--x:'--gq:,x- . 'ir 5 W-xx wx .,cQtg3.t. , -M-1 -. . - WN .WA hm. A FHEULTY ADMINISTRATIO Faced with the dilemma of today's education: declining enrollment and spiraling costs, the Board of Education and Superintendent Husarik successfully campaigned for a new school levy, which will protect the diverse programs of the school system and insure financial stability in- to the 198O's. The initiative shown by the Board and Super- intendent was reflected in the administration of Dr. Jerry Bergem. In his first year as Principal of Euclid High School, Dr. Bergem maintained the personal contact with students that was his trademark during his years as Assistant Principal while competently handling his new duties. Among the most pressing concerns of Dr. Bergem and Assistant Principal Ruth Smith were prepar- ations for the North Central evaluation of the high school, conducted in March, 1979. Dr, Bergem's smile lights up the halls. 116!FACUl.TY BOARD MEMBERS: CSeatedJ Mrs. Shirley M. Nurmi, President: Mr Donald D. Smith, Vice-President: Mrs. Mark K. Kingg QStandingj Dr Frank S. Houser, Mr. Joseph M. Sustersic. fi Dr. Ernest A. Husarik, Superintendent of Schools. wx- .... Mrs. Smith takes a break from her paperwork. DEANS AND COUNSELORS A major change students encountered this year was a re-organization of the Di- vision Offices. Because of the smaller stu- dent body, the old system of four divisions, organized alphabetically, was reduced to three division, arranged by grade level. The titles "Division" and "Dean" were changed to "Unit" and "Unit Principal." Although their titles were changed, the Unit Princip- als' and counselors' jobs remained the same: preparing today's students for to- morrow's world. ., 5. x:e,,f', gms. Q i ff"-g fi . f 'l 4 if '35,-ff ' 1. Mr. Griffin, Sophomore Unit Principal jfv. -. 2. Mr. Troglia, Sophomore Unit Prin- cipal, 3. Mr. Medvick, Junior Unit Prin- L cipalg 4. Mr. Martin, Senior Unit Princip- ' ' al, Counselors: 5. Mrs, Frye: 6. Mr. Halus- ,5 AN ka, 7. Mrs. Krupg 8. Dr. Craryg 9. Mrs. X Dunn. '7 S x B uvurgy-v Pts VE .ww IQ Y' . ff . ill 'N iii '. 1 nil 1 xl "3-':fjf75i?E31, 6 Eg, 7 ' f 8 FACULTY! 1 1 7 SPECIAL PEOPLE Students may not have the day-to-day con- tact with them as they do with their teachers, but no school could function without its "special people". Who are the special people? The program directors, nurses, treasurer, secretaries, and others whose services indir- ectly touch the lives of students each day. O "-Q3 ' , , ima., .e X x X? X.: 4- X N' A f a 1 118!FACULTY Mrs. Barry, school treasurer. Mrs. Fellman and Miss Civic, school nurses. 'Q L -tibx' Q Mr. Bandford, media technician S Q . S .usv A .ge- Sums., -'Ex fs- ,fs- Mr. Yocum, career counselor, Mr. Sawyer, vocational coordinator, B 1 0 -".- Pg.:- N X Ig, .gf ,..r.f-A1 14. rw 1 1 X-fri! LI " " .Iii-'R s......,g, ..,,. 'g l uuunqn-n 8 SECRETARIES: 1. Mrs. Bellg 2. Mrs. Luikart, Mrs Kehng 3. Mrs. Edwardsong 4. Mrs. Strossg 5. Mrs Tonng 6. Mrs. McRedmondp 7. Mrs. O'NeilI, Mrs Bessire, Mrs. Paulp 8. Mrs. Stern. f 1' L . 2 ENGLISH The eNGLISCH dEPARTMANT LEARNED the students good. they offerred alot of courses, grammar, dramma, speach, sce- ince fiction, and composition, This variety enabled the student to acheive Iiterery suces! 1. Mrs, Cowan 2. Mr. Lowe 3. Miss Harris 4. Mr. Muiaro 5. Mrs. Skvasik 6. Mr. Henderson, Miss Carmody, Mr. Antonini 7. Mrs. Gibson and Mr. Petrovic 8. Mrs. Gale 9. Miss Blabolil 10, Miss Spigia 11. Miss Lellis 12, Miss Massaro 13. Mrs. Black 14. Mrs. McLaughlin and Mr. Brown 15. Mr. McGuinness pm---V -v ,. Qtwx-A-QQNN' ' i 1" w c VAT if N .N-xxx if g P .N -Q., f ,I 3 , . I 4. x - Q En. 79N ifvff Q1 if Qu, -' ' IO 9, D,f,fl!CRT'W W .Q V, fxx hr!- a 'b J E " x -r't1c:dW . 2 WI F 2 5, N r pii Sul' A- 'hx 'N W 13 wbaxh r,,,,a4f FACULTYXIZ3 SCIENCE Experiments, formulas, molecules, theo- ries, and demonstrations revealed the beauty of life. The science courses made the stu- dents realize the complexity of everyday life which they ignored. But the technical aspects like: water bottle fights, faking experi- ments, and making molecules which always appeared like animals, will always be re- membered. The teachers made their class very interesting with their "unique style." Everytime "some" teachers casually walked away from their desk, during a lecture, you knew to run to the rear of the classroom. 1. Left to right: Mrs. Tombaugh, Mrs. Lucas, Mr. Steinbrink. 2. Mr. Hungerford 3, Left to right: lVlr. Bender, Mr, Starr, Mr, Freedman, Mr. Barcza. 4, Mr. Francetic 5. Mr. VonBenken, Mr. Backos, Mrs. Motz, Mr. Muscarella, 6. Mr, Halbedel 7. Mr. Soltesz 8. Mr. Davidson, not pictured Mr. Reno fsee Mathematicsj iQ? 5 A Riga' ,x l, 59 VTE' ,,', - --xr S x. x ' rx X ' 4 X .QNN1 . I Ln .4-ff, 'N .. -- I K -X.. 4 .1 ff 1 J H'-77'?T:7. ' ' ' -,1.'A,..,ji-rf.:-Q..-Egg g I - . 4, 1 1 f-N ' . ' Q .j --,........ X X " 929, xxx W 5 6' , . . 0 Wfrsfz Q- 1.4 x ix ' Ne . . bl". -' I aqvww - . . N.-A-,a-NH., . f., . - .r 3irs:ra:f:P1-'.' Y. V A 'xg Z x. X xx ' ' N .. - ' -. -L.. .. - 4f.. ,.., Q, . x ifitii'-QYRTT i-NfY8:5'?V'?SL 'f F2512 :IQ-Z' " A - 1 i " 'C-15-3? '22 -3 ' 'fi ' lfiisig V- fi' Ni: 'I x SSX xl ,ga -1 BUSINESS Punching keys and moving penc basic requirements of the busi Shorthand, typing, office ma keeping, and data processing vt of the courses offered to increa ledge for their future career. 1 L to R' Mr Amster, Mrs. Williams, Mr. Davis, Mr. Siberi Bensusan, Mr, Manhurg, Mrs Wiegand, Mrs Harshman. , Huefner. standing ll to rp Mr Stupica, Miss Ivansic, Mr. Reg., Radigan 5, Mr Muze 6 Mrs. Rodgers 7 Mr. Seymour t .1- S ' Wir' X avidson, SQ 1 . ,R .... lt . XM'-I-,5:'V'.i 5Xz5':'- K. xl' XXX XQNQY, -- - X . , .5 if ' L M- ' . fx Kq:9f.?f:f:': i-'wi X . K Xwsf.-sk--w:X::w sw Q ' '- AXQQY-5'z'11l'tS3x? ' 1 -- 1535515215Hilti?-X -- X. X xx ff N . ' fx Q1ffiifiilggigfii-,3.'5Q Q . 1 4 - ' rxvn. s 1 .. rv vw Y p gifs ll . ix , .22 . .gi if -ili . .- .. j 5555-.as wif ,Miki r A I .,., . '-.N ., wr--' i .5 . ':-INV - it " r -- TN "1."' 1LE.? R N sssl -2353. ll . 1 .sf :"-.1 -. r ' " :Sf ff -x 'ms Q V' g .5 .jf-W ,af .5 Q x 5 W 54 'A Q ... , , '-'l,...uQ:1 1 2 , N.. i vs:-,X Q 2. - N VX . 1 -jxi'ij,."g - s-:Presb sms. V- Y., l . . N r I n g ,.:, .. wp. lli A ... X . asf I, L..-s- ,ex . X, 5 f Quays X V47 by ..-..4...:..,L -...L4..t...,-.. 1 J N . gb t A 1 A ,-A, ,. 1. MATHEMATICS In this computerized world, it was still 1 necessary to know the basic concepts of L mathematics. The Math Department offered ' a variety of courses for the different levels of mathematical ability. Whether the stu- dent needed basic math, consumer math, algebra, geometry, computer math, math analysis, or calculus, he was given the op- portunity to develop his skills. 1. L to R, seated: Mr. Rlnkes, Mr. Pawlowski, standing: Mr. Serra, Mr. Sallach. 2. L to R: Mrs. Toth, Miss Llhry, Mrs. Gorslene. 3. L to R, seated: Mr. Rose, Mr. Rackovan, standing: Mr. Clements, Mr. Reno. 4. Here goes another one that doesn't understand! 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Xu: K5SQ.cs-:S wb:-.Q-Qaftx ' .L -.1 .asf ,.:aM-.-- ,, it" 332. r X W-11 1 - l -. . . we , ru-1 . . r-"-:.- 1 ,Q-22 -: . -Abexizfzi. iv:-:1:.'-tri' - a L ' - J XW5 'X' ' . . .. Tiff:-:sf-3'if5:2r' '-'::?:f4:' I L A ' V -rxeqgxx K .NX Wkfgzg---kgs .' ,Q-gg 'vs g - . ffm' A W . TQi:.'..?14.r?-- .. L f jf. 1 Q . ' . ' ' A ' ' X "vs:-Q: - . f:s:' -ew-5-s:r.,q5'e. 1 55551. " - -f Q . -l: -' l l 3 "' - , . 1-43 Q l vt - .. A-if-N f 1 .. ' ' . ' V ' :IELe:I':2'I1f:2:::c':k2+'?E . r IIA A , 1:1-:----rri-Plhvlzgkgx xv P, . , 5,1231 , . - . - .mil .. ft - Rez'-gg5s l J: ,Wei .' - 1 ..'. TIF? ,- -. s -ir". X .- 1.5, N A . 1 . -N.- .I . ' . ' -- , i- ,fs-ff , - gl - I 1-ar g?-4 .AL - .lfa 1. i " 1 1 .. 'N' Q 7 -' " rf X ' rw- ,-f:f' , , " .. ...... .2 W , ,,,, 3 -J-. H ..' .!'UL -.-Nm 0:1 I' ,lllt I 4 FAcuLTYf125 1 A . :W " 4 hx- Y....-.- X 1 I 111. xx' 5 X 1. 1 v HISTORY X Xa, 1. sitting, Mrs. Jagger, fl to rj: Mr. Hartman, Mr. Burns, 2, Mr, Demora, 3. Mr. Dzero- wicz, 4. Mr. Schonauer, 5. standing: Mr. Dickinson, sitting: Mr. Diehl, 6. CI to rj: S111V"' Dr. Powaski, Mr. Brown, 7. CI to rj: Mr, Englehart, Mr. Hoffert, Mr, Weisenberg, 8. Mr. 1 Kelley, 9. Mr. Smith, 10. Dr. McNeilIy, 11. Mr. Raicevich, in ,N .Fu X .4 'xr' v-N-mv X. F , ,l X uwfffu FACULTY! 126 E 9 fx X L X r ll Q N "Ill ',-... M... .-if Q ,S x X r", . H . ff' V :L ' V . 3 :X :Ai V Lg,-.. i 'I J I I 4... .sf 2 5 Xl sw 1 '5'W"'N my .F www, . K as Af M'-2922 K za ' M 1 'Q 9, A 'Mw..f..' -11,1 ' - Hr. V JH a 10 M "5'iN F -....x..,, fy I 1 --- 6 FACULTY! 127 -..... ,+.:.:,X.g: ' 3' tx we INDUSTRIAL a ARTS ln an increasingly techni- cal world, a saleable skill is needed to land that first job. To develop these skills, the Industrial Arts Depart- ment offers a variety of tech- nical courses. ..,....- ..a.....,......... ...,..wpv'i-wr' X . . 5 N. .5-15:9 ,-.-:u.J':?'- .' t x T,"YsY- ---"12,SNiv. CN qi 1 Q Q, : . --S ' AJ .. 5V'i'T5:X', i X M f':Xx9Ecf-Qeiq - " 3 img . -Q: .-,lgm-w X- x ggx Math - 1 E -xt . -.: X M, . 3 it l Mr Ramstead died of a sudden illness in January 1979 Although this was his first year at the high school, his dedication to the school and its students was obvious. His presence will certainly be missed. 1255! FACULTY . v-5.154 1. Mr. Goebel, Mr. Montani, Mr, Volman, Mr. Hanger- fordg 2. Mr. Chambers: 3, Mr. Galickig 4. Mr. Kadlecz 5. Mr. Gerrnock, Mr, Martin, Mr, Hoffart, Mr. Ramstead: 6, Mr. Sattlerg Mr. Supance. HDME ARTS The Home Economics Department gave the students the chance to study courses, which allowed them to experience the field of home arts. Cooking, sewing, mod- ern living and child care were among the - D., ' l . f ' courses offered by the Home Arts Depart- f NL Q e f ment. L 1 ' ' mx" ' 1. Cl to rj Mrs. O'DonneII, Mrs. Arko, 2. Miss Lokar, 3. Ms. Golden. 1 4. Mrs. Barker. WW W- 5 --Q iff. QT: bg. 29, ii fqi. i . x j ,f x SPECIAL ED. The Special Education Department worked with students who had difficulty learning and those who were enrolled in the EMR program. 1. Mr. Attamante, 2. Miss Haffer, 3. Mrs. Gates, 4. Mr. Fowler. ,J Q K Q Mix 1 , if ,L -rl .f xl ' 'i 'JJ-1 g 2 H' ffl." ' X 'S it P0 f-. "X :" ART For the student seeking self-expres- sion through visual media, art classes offer many different experiences. Classes in crafts, sculpting, and fine arts help students express their inner feelings in a creative way to give plea- sure to all. MUSIC Music is self-expression. There are many areas of music offered each year: from 10th grade choir, Choral Masters, Varsity Chorale, to the march- ing band, Concert band, Orchestra, Through the years, music has brought pleasure. 1: Mrs. Wiersba, Miss Araca, Mr. Patton 2: Mr, Voll- man 3: Mr. Sydow, 4: Mr. Hutson 5: Mr. Morgan. l Qi 'N . . Q f PT 1301 FACULTY -sg , -' me . Hifi' - cs A 4 - 1 "Fa-.. :-.':x,: . rv fqy' 1 . '55 I ju, G45 . J f 'lui 'Q 'A U Z ,WY h .-. S 1 .1 M 'iff' J W as '22 if f- f 0 1-'lf iw J , K If F4 Q 1 ww. K ir X 1 . -4 F K if HQ is 1 K- f l. .sf v .4 .f r. S, wfwxb 1 .. ,,,. . qw f-.riffs .- P ' fu 1 -P' fe llt -..-.meta-ts, . :tv t. .1 - Y-"""""'il ., A . , . l . x X V. 413. mf - '-L59 ' l V . FF' V , Wt X L l ' 5 ' fl I fs. ff ' ,.-- N' Na -Y , S E A, X Q N 1 v - x"'X'iwg, L 4 it SH-fix' 35 .Q It -, L . , M W- 1 "1 N. .N if -5 i . rv 5 PHYSICAL EDUCATIDN In physical education classes stu- dents work together to attain a com- mon goal. Participation in any of the numerous co-educational courses builds physical strength, encourages physical activity, and teaches the importance of cooperation. X X. i .-pil? W -'kai' '25, hi 1. fSittingj Mrs. Fox: CStanding7 Mr. Mohr, Mr. Rodriguez, Miss Brown, Mr. Addis. 2. CSittingJ Mr. Daugherty: CStandingJ Mrs. Carter, Mrs, Stadler, Mr. Resch, Mr, Ramlow, Miss Buck. 131 XFACULTY X FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mrs. Zimmerman. LIBRARY Today's librarian is not simply a keeper of books, but a cataloguer of all the modern forms of resource material, including records, slides, tapes, and film loops. Helping students best use these various sources of information is a challeng- ing job for Mrs. Lucas, Head Librarian, and her staff. 132!FACULTY students to the The Foreign Language Department introduces language, customs, and culture of other lands, an increasingly important job as modern transportation and shrinks the distance between nations. communication Mrs. Baumeister, Mr. Leopold, Miss Simonich. Mrs, Koenig. .XX e . 'N Wim. al, 5 l S -- " msx.3i.!,l.m .. ig i-iii Q .- Mrs. Dolter, Mrs. Reider, Mrs. Carlson. fl W X ' ifi-,-..:.i1i.xLx1gL.ll1 . 5 ii Qi SQ N 1 L- "T"-'fmm G " ' Z if Xkf Q vi ix if il- li , EI "- '-1 , , S , lil ,,. ix. .VA , ' I' 3 5 I 3 iw 2, iii !.-.LL-L.. INA 'Q' ' s ey . A SN G 'x X SSW X , , 41:9 , x . Y x S --z ' fu X V ls: W - " X. 5. ' ff ii A - '- A5 , ii: il i . Mrs, Overberger. Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Marsh. Seated: Fran Tavenier, Rose Haines, Mavis Kopach, Mae Kolesar, Mary Urgeleit: Standing: Mildred Somrak, Laura Meyer, Sophie Matuch, Pauline Turk, Helen Chudzik. W. P ,x a V, 3-ig" ta. , 2' : . - - G 5 il CAFE I ERIA T, ..- - . Lago . .H Ji Q o .WN e ' 'f 1' R If you ever had to plan and ,,, , . prepare a Thanksgiving meal ' . T n B ', L for all your relatives, you have gg A - - i ' 5 had a taste of the task. the caf- -f i eteria staff faces every day. it f Under the competent direction 3, fi, , . , L L t Q of Mrs. Zimmerman, literally f . .3 ' l . Y .R Jj lx, if XX thousands of hot lunches are KN i t, " ' ' i I served each month. C' E .A,,, ,". Q Y A "X: X - ' irlf '- . . , ii . A 1 . ,W -- Kg' :N Y I x .M X Q N B is 3. ,-' -L -r '- 'F' L as y L - Q' L S' t ' ...- is.-fiiiw .Q A " L : sssss N. ,.,, ' ' "W . ix w ,...,,N 3 I v E X.. I K i X , - 4 " U i . 1 N, , X R . xi xl 5 . ' X -xl . .. lik st"-lii ..-i 1 Lt- I l . if Seated: Mrs. Zimmerman: Standing: Mary Black, .lean Seated: Charlotte Coulter, Sadie Taylor, Lois Brow, Ruth Chabrand, Marge Brooks: Skolaris, Catherine Wirscing. Standing: Eleanor Doblekar, Charlene Cervasi, Lois Mominey, Wini Modic, Barbara Apanasewicz, Lucy Glavac. l l l l .C i . N' ' I4flQ.-i.-..g, l X- ' ' 1. V I ' N -'fftlskgpagmm ,sta rr , ,S iffy X ff? Mrs. Katz X X sf' , Mrs. Barbish. Mrs. Imm. Mrs. Clapacs, Mr. Kahl. PARAPROFESSIONALS The paraprofessionals as- sist visitors, supervise stu- dents in the E-room and cafe- teria, and discourage "strag- glers" from being tardy to class. FACULTY!133 w 7 f 1 5. 3 i 1 E w Q . . -1- as: X E , . Sgr. W X . dsyx, X RX N N X Tx X N' x , X x X 1 :X ' Q K+ 'Q .- .,-. xnxx' Qs - N X -Q g R Q ex V' .f 5 X -' - x 'N ,. '. . Ewlv -'L 'J-A . -Z? K .. X 'Q A ,"f P, X ' N xx ' Q gli ' if -A M- .. X 5 NX. S . sk P N . Nw, Axxx .. X N 5 ' , A A X XNX QMS? 0 SPIEJRTS ,... .27 Noel Brady - V, Fgotball Greg Chiudioni - V. Football HALL OF FAME These athletes were selected if- ' by their coaches for the 1978- ig 1979 Hall of Fame. A' , f-, . Y 'W.f 5 ,NAV 5 w e My uiw Jerry Drobnick - V. Basketball George Newcomb - V. Football if 'IN , Tim Tichenor - V. Basketball l Kevin Sidman - V. Wrestling -9 R 14' ' K .hike ' 9 E 1 ' 9 --ffffgig?-. Fix xy X h"tl5Ei15ii5f3'3,e'S!?5f?2?iEFX? Sitiilt-'Waia::e:'F"f'-1-3' N 65' -""'a'::'i-v-f-'fifirzz it Ch .'3!lEtf!.fgiil3llS':S2.Qfn4li- 1 Steve Marinkov - J.V. Football Mark Gordon - V. Wrestling Gary Brown - J.V. Basketball Greg Barnauskas - J.V. Wrestling Bob Ellenbest - J. V. Basketball X l As- st X-S 'rd ' ,iq 5 Eric Groudle - J.V. Football i . x fx ' l Carrie Shuster - Cross-Country 4' 15. Frank Civitarese - Indoor Track Charlie Simpson - lndoor Track xf ' xi ' li 1 X V I 'l l , N, ,i 'X .XX il ', 1 ' 1 'I X K WX Rick Neiman - J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball Brian Vehar - J.V. Football I X 5 .r :- ix ' , 4 'vs Aa' X at .L R . . W ', wt, - . l ' Y-'A ' K U - ' Linda Misch - V. Basketball, Volley- ball Vince Malone - Indoor Track mm- x -'U BN I ,- ' - I A G S. 1 g Jan siejko - v. Basketball, cross- F " T Country Scott Harmon - Diving Karen Busdieker - Volleyball Bart Cerer - Swimming ' "V A IQ Af S . ,x,. Eff' 5 Wx X a as fi A VARSITY FOOTBALL The 1978 Varsity Football team finished a most successful season tying for the lead in the G.C.C. They finished their season with a 6-1 record in the G.C.C. and a 6-4 record overall. The best game of the season was the 28-22 victory over Eastlake North. Greg Chiudioni gained 170 yards and scored two touchdowns in the game that assured the team of the championship. The following were selected as the All-Greater Cleveland Conference Players: George Newcomb QB, Noel Brady C, Tim Moriarty OT, Kevin Sidman NG, Bud Hrusovsky DE, Devin Wilson FS, and Greg Chiudioni Punter. The 1978 season was outstanding. E . .- - - in f o ' 3 I .. , . ' FT Q Q2-.v,. A ' ' . ..',: I 1, T fi ,i,,, - ed v ff' , as -1112 , :, nfgwm QQ- p , S N up ir, gvibg g -E My ,,, gi ..,, q "' '..,"' L 2 M- g ,t A-Q. 7 -4 EAP- fe N U 'H n n i 5 Ku., H 5 M . ' 5 1:1 ' T.. --,.,, .rw mm ' . 2 1. 1 X 3 - .T 7 t I, it .G 1 T 784. 'lr-1 , C 1? fr - , ,tt f ,,,,tt , ttty ,,,i,, t C Front Row: QL to RJ Dave Wolf, Tom Rinderle, Bill Bildstein, Dave Carbone, Frank Clabough, Noel Brady, Kevin Sidman, Lenny Caplick, Bud Hrusovsky. George Newcomb Row 2: Ron Knaus, Carl Pungachar, Greg Barnauskas, Jamie Sherman, Jay Attwood, Greg Chiu- dioni, Tim Yerrnan, Devin Wilson, Vince Malone Row 3' John Berlan, Kevin Print, Dan Reilly, Tom Simon, Ed Marinkov, Bob Penicka, Ed Szabrak, Tim Moriarty. Row 11: Mark Gordon, Bob Bokar, Pat Malaney, Dan Kastelic, Nick Sackas, Turn Potokar, Doug Koester, Row 5. Kerry Manessa, Andy Barnauskas, Chip Neff, Rich Wiltrout, Dan Daugherty, Mark Bukovec. Row 6. Jay Sullivan, Barry Maxwell. Dave Nichting, Augie Bruno, Al Totarella ., - V FOOTBALLXIESS ' Coaches QL to RJ' Bull Attamante, Joe Regano, Tom Stupnca, Paul Kapostasy, George Parma. Ron Seymour. Jeff Hartmann. Chet Nolan, rr" 'z?T1"iF'?" 1':'f'3a-ii"'ff:':7"--Z''"'25 1- TG"1:"'Y'T-It-fflffsv-2i:1--49 '- .f ' uggig,-phiqfi 5. ?yjy 9 in - Qfgay. .145 -, .fm ,-, jr-, 'f,9v,e .LLLQL .:.23,L'a:: 1:jfy,f,,' . 'f A34 - vLt'1'fQ3u',?7"'Q,, .xfT1hp1zL'.,',gq-'N M" :v . -'J 1 ' Txf' 5.x .urn-'g,. , 'gat' .' .qv-.way sa, gg-'f55Zirz,S,--" Mg:-+."g.:1n 'ff 4. . f xi? r-Yiffgf-'12 if-fQr.,jg?ffp-are f-1,1 ' 4- .. f. --2.3 QM H -- -wwf.. "WM--'fiPf?1?12'.1' -hggff r ' 3Efg'1i4Nfi'Yf?3hif .,,i..5. , pg.. . - ,aff wyqwp 4 , N 9,1 Jug' .1 ga-1.1,-H, EH: 4' -:MQ fy:-f.v:'l-"-' -,isa-nfl , L .fii iglfwg .1 f- .Isis 1 1.1 -,,':..:,5:.-a,...' . .4 in V . f A.-1 . lu.. , f 'J-' ' "'7-,2',-'.- -'mi -' 'ff' 'Z 1. gf, r' ' tif? 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FCOTBALL The 1978 Junior Varsity football team finished first in the G.C.C. with a record of six wins and one loss. Their overall record was 7-3. To clinch the G.C.C. title, the J.V. team beat Eastlake North, who had a record of 7-1, 24-8 in an out- standing game. Some of the players who showed outstanding skill were: Rick Neiman, Dwight Haney, John Misch, Gary Brown, Brian Vehar, Chuck Durst, Frank Hribar, and Steve Marinkov. Coach Stupica Sitting-CL to RJ Ken Yerman, Gary Brown, Daryl Langrnan, Doug Leu, Chris Bremenour, Harvey Taulien, Todd Barnard, Chris Hernan, and Mark Cow- ling. Kneeling- Joe Nluscatello, Eric Treichel, Dave Hanson, Frank Hribar, Dave Manello, Butch Capasso, Joe Lewarski, Chris Knight, and AI Peklay Standing- John Misch, Dwight Haney, Pat Malaney, Brian Vehar, Chuck Durst, Rick Neiman, Bill Schuhle, Jeff Price, Lou Tortorici, Mike Brown, and I, zach Tom Stupica. 5 ili ,. a- ss., n V ' X -'-.sw . 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J V FOOTBALL f 140 A- " 'L '.v': 3 .L 1 V4 "' " e u Z., V- 1 1 ,- l " ,ff ' I ' 5 fi if I! , In . f f n l l : fm ,- N - :- iv "4 1 I " 41 1 U ' Chrus Bremehour tlues through the arr wuth the greatest of ease. A xl Vf.X,:1f,b..,,4f. V f i, IIIIIIIIIIIIIQ , ' - V . -... ,Q 4 -, , u -- , 1 ,H ' j . '- , A , sw' . .ty , .- ,t - - ., ,.e,A43, ,lu .f - - , .' , in m 4 1 'Qi A ,-,veaf-.ff ,1 I . eff-'::" 4.,-5 N N .vr U tl bQ:JwI .vtrL: L1x::!2l , - ., ..-. . N N A 4 1 sf: f Q 1 H md GW W Til' 4' 1' " " ' r 1 'Q 5 N 6 Benednctihe 12 N 'Y' X. - ' X Q ,,, A' ' Q 'I-f"'f N 8 St, Joseph 12 x tt'V ' N 6 Berea 16 E e -fe. ' f 14 M 1 Ht. 8 x 4 .A 3 1 -y I tlftfitagrfffsst E Nlgvelggughs S H Z.. - 1 2 .V v 1 t A e or e- , ' ., .A 4 'iv h 1" 1 'A Q 34 Brush 6 N A ' 1:ji:.'i.F?-" W ' X' 'N' 5 4 E Qi 3 R 4 "" 9 ' , '-h ,I N 14 Mentor 22 N i- if ' ' Sing N N iz' ' ' E E Q , 7 NIIIIIIIIIIIIA , D H F , 'HH new I. 5 , gyfle , ,...,.f, v.. in N - . 1 J,V, FOOTBALL! 141 VARSITY SOCCER The Varsity Soccer Team ended their season on October 19th with a 3-2 win over Lake Catholic. After getting off to a slow start, they finished strong, winning five of their last eight games, and ended their season 6-6-1. Juniors Jeff Freedman, Bob Simicak, and Dave Ice and Seniors Tom Deemer and Paul Mc Fadden were some of the outstanding players. The team showed exceptional skill on the field especially in one of their better games when they defeated Brush 2-1. Coach Sattler J I i fSix . Et" ,. s- , - . QS' f , .g.. - S-' , A ,, ' . f' 'n .N nal. ,bt N wvbwkww Qual' 5 S , f ' ., ssssff . V ,Q g,gQ,g' Rg T wg ,X ' .. - l ,L 4- F 'ft N' Xtl., ll LQ Q . i -'35N,,...1 Q--'NT ' if 3 if f 1 . -S--2, i el Q , V: . gsw. ,ZS .bfi K3 Mygen .QF g xc N . Q. u sl. ,,. 5 -1 sm figs es- 'f2'ef-- Aff' -- - -Av - . ., . . , so ,, rg fl -: l g Qllx Q -K N55 'Q U -it 5 M-rv . 8 . N, Q f - . ,N ' 3' V p MQ, . Ng. ja, as l -t , X R 5 .5 1, T . . 't Q f ,, " .P Q E-Y , . l-N xiii'-it Qmh-ii CL to Rh Front Row: Craig Hasegawa, Zclenko Novkovlc, Bob Hall, Dave Ice, Sean McCIuskey, Jeff Freedman, Jim Paprizous Row 2: Mike Campell, Jim Gaydosh, Tom Deemer, Dave Seidel, Bob Dalic, Doug Ayers, Paul McFadden, Mike Durbin, Bob Simicak, Denise Jordan, Debbie Austin, Coach Sattler. T' i .w's-i - K---A-W ----k - --SF -1' , ' - F X F w sm 1- af ,. VN, J wmkkmxgxlxsxwsks K . , as x . h Qu 31 -: -- ' -S' "'-W f ,, xv vw, 1 - ,. A . . t"'A "ig ..,. - ,. -.L. .... - -Q -if ---- t 3 "1 sums ti! T gmail! , m we ' M + ,X , ' . A s - -- 'f . ' -' X" . - , . at ' wi . ms way W Sem A Y .. I - W - sf' , ,sr ' X, .X S N .. K W .. wsu-1 'R' S S-5' FXS? . A - . ..-J fm .-,. v -- - f--' Q 5 N Y X .Q Q - ., 5 , , , c"c v -, 3 --TY 'GQSES Q - 2' - s XXV: Y 5 XXNNB xxx .. H, , Q t , W revs .mr ua f H ., Q A Vw Ns- S 3' .1 -X i Q 15 Ski Q ' as N A .. f ' N-X -- X, .- -S ' 'A .tif 31- B X, rv-.I kv' N N N xx :miie in -, , AY-:SN-NXT Wk foe? A -- '..'- 1-aw" X ff 9 ,pg faq. ' X - ' --,N ..,,..,, VARSITY SOCCERH42 AT' .W -- , ,ss , 1 Q x-Iss. ,Q- sf, sn- if ,ju . .gig R" K x s , A 'a Travo 'e N N N N N N N N N N N N e J H Euclid opp. E N Q 2 Chardon 5 E N 5 wan. south 3 N 5 3 E. south 6 N 5 1 Mayfield 2 5 E O Mentor 6 Q 5 3 Brush 2 N N 9 win. south 3 Q N 1 E. south 4 5 Q 4 Mayfield 1 N N O Mentor 1 R N 2 Brush 1 5 2 sr. Joe 2 5 S 3 Lake Catholic 2 N I 441 ,1., 'L' 7 r r 1 1 ' I , f if 1' 7111? 5-Q Q ' '- g I W 'Tm -nr' vnu'-frivfv-rfup 1 ye., 2 U 2 S 112 ofxmg -W Z P :V H Q'-8 A 43" if 'C ,-,,2.b- 'lv ' A "4-f 'Q 9 4 I ' 0 . . Q 'muah' -.uf Ita I Oi. - 1 1' 1 aww. 1 f-3-'1 1 'SFJY ' V-'F-fff' 0 'lf .i nr-...w . . 3 W "V LE' ,2.L2,,,,,,A,j45eQ I Coach Sattler gr es strategy-which way to dribble the ball, VARSITY SOCCER! 143 J.V. SOCCER The Junior Varsity Soccer Team finished their most successful season with a 7-2-1 rec- ord. Phil Pallantte, Jose Lima, Brad Dallos, and Chris Durbin were a few of the outstanding players. Brad Dallos had the most goals on the team, scoring five during the season. With only one-third of the team being returning juniors, the J.V. team showed great skill and ability. Coach Homovec .X 5 Vx Q 'x i 3 S I x . ' 'eh AX X V. ' -xxx e . Lf! NX Xxx x S ' X 'F , , ' - -I' 'ifa 7' 'tif J'-:slr f I, ' ' - X " 'of' I ' .QSc.:q53:1f5gtQf.f:f.x ,tr - , .. W gi:-gas., Q A A X . Q 'xx . ., as .- S ' QSXX. ,ax Q . " ' N xxx f' X 'S 1 XX ,. -N twirl Qs' .:. X N A mfg- xg X , - .Q Si K ,Is Q .NC I Q ,Ax A X t ' S i,-' QS- xl gs? i ..E- is X 5- 0 SMX X t X in -L V X . Q i W' .Xt . Q 9 N. - . NA X ' -Q-XX : . N .- ' X . ' S ,..-, Qfsfg V r xr. W x 'S if ' '-" X s 3-SN Xt' mst N33-" time . .. ,... S A. tm .G i ,Q iw t X XR M - .ex 1 f -it 3 'P c -NI, 1 N G S - X 9 ' f1C'f'wn..:k"'1'f-N. LT 5- ' ,M G X . me ifggtf lL to Rl Front Row Paul Gill. Dave Dodd. Jose Lima, Vito Rngui, John Gleason, Nestoi'P.'ipageo1ge. Mark Garland, Dave Horvat Row 2 Brad Dnllos, Chris Gordon, Dave Zagore, Chris Durbin, Lou Vitlovic, l3'hilP.1IIJntle. .lim Brent.ir, Dave Uchbiir, Dave McGraw, Mark Nlnrolt .I V SOCCER'1L'l4 are 1 i ' 4 4 4 wrowrooorov-+-rxocn gl N Q H r- EQ N g gm zm0 5 ggfD2zQfDf22g R gmanoaafoa 5 IIQQZIOQLQ N 2 QD' 1Q.3'3 i a O '-mmocn'-ov-f-O S S fffflflflfflfllfd n s s n s u u s s n s n s E bv up-.,-... 1. 'S' ... Q L -- ' " 'V f . B . Wh Y ,. I J.V SOCCEFU145 CRCSS-COUNTRY One sport that receives little attention, but deserves much more, is cross-country. This year's team was exceptional in that it made it to the State Meet. Seniors that have finished their cross- country careers at Euclid include tri-cap- tains Charlie Simpson, Steve Basler, and Eric Jochum, along with Bob Debevec and Larry Plavcan. Five of the top seven runners will return next year, as the underclassmen did a great job of combining with the seniors to make a fine team, notably, juniors Bill Dodd, Paul Calabrese, and Steve Jones and sopho- mores Steve Fleck and Charlie Petraska. With Q. - S. Yen' 'buf sk .A 'Nl such a large foundation of underclassmen returning, the harriers should have an even , stronger team next year. ' coach Halbedel V l-l- TW 4 "Gimme some elbow room!" bg Z 5 Q 'h QQ if R 1 . N ,- X 3 M39 - . kg . tx, 1 . l , , . 3smegt2.t S x u-we -15: -- Q- . -Sgaq,'?v5,- , Q5..L1u at 1 :gt-ery 1 , QCS. I0 YQQCL Ig 't 1:1-vt: , :gr , , N5 ' 3 we mvzug A. , X is 'X 'a--. .. . ' ..X . ff- 'tits . X 3' X laws ., xx - . , X, X X ws . NCL 0 C ' X ' QUIJ X f X , 'Q 5 A 5 dui .L r ' X.. S N - X .1 A ig, .,. : X I- 1 5 i ' X5 i it U 3.55 5 ,SVS g is v f C g Ytjugf if f - 'N 'X-' t S 3. ,xg xv' - .5 X Q " f Q X Q. - Q X . F Aft - VX, ' X F Front Row: CL to RJ Dawn Ehrhardt mgr., Janet Snyder mgr. Row 2: Bill Dodd, Steve Basler, Bob Debevec, Paul Cala- brese, Charlie Petraska, Eric Jochum, Charlie Simpson, Steve Jones, Steve Lausin, Steve Fleck Row 3: Greg Schalk head mgr, Larry Plavcan, TJ Theodore, Joe Mersnik, Jerry Davies, Mark Walters. Row 4: Mike Voase, Ken Robert, Frank Walters, Kurt Mews, Art Buanno, Coach Tom l-lalbedel Row 5: Perry Jordan, Kevin Zaller. Dan Kostan. CROSS-COUNTRY! 146 QC-U0 X T.: ZZ. HZ ,,..,, A . 4. Q ' ' -. .. . I ' vm., .5 A --9: 55 Q U, ,I i , A.'c4' . . '. " o..f 1 V ' '-' . . 'gf T , . ,4 I x 1 wx . N .'- QQ- Q N V- M3131 N . , . , 2 R' ' x '7"w.'- .' , P - C , ,,.,.A., .. 1 I , 5 xl ',yv.'4J'. -.--V ,- mg, ":. - '21, I -. - wSF:,.,w'V' S -'3 ,Kia R ,. , t . 1 ' . . -.M wx. ., .. I A .5 1 -, H.. - .f . . ..,-Q ,F 'Y 'X -'l 1 -'1s.-.+-' -,vmhz N -sa , 'f' .df ' wr TN' " au X A- ---f ,wh -' s f A f CROSS-COUNTRY The 1978 Girls' Cross-Country team had a highly successful season. Coming in first in three invitationals and second in another three meets, the team showed its great strength and ability. The team also showed a tremendous effort in winning both dual meets. The outstanding runners of the team were Carrie Shuster and Jan Slejko. Carrie Shuster came in third in the State Meet with a school record time of 14:27.9 and also set a new home course record of 14:55. Jan Slejko came in seventeenth in the State Meet with her best time-15:12.9. lt has been a very good year for the 1978 Girls' Cross-Country team. Coach Ramlow Ari? , N :X-:Q 'X "inf K . N 1 3 x x x. ' 155, is - --X :-. w: - - lNzs.xaf-. A-, tk A .1 , 4, mfg' Front Row: QL to R5 Ellen Buck, Carrie Shuster, Jan Slejko, Janine Kato, Jeanine Swoboda. Row 2 Kathy Rymar czyk, Chris Perryman, Amy Arnold, Kim Stegh. Meg McLaughlin. CROSS COUNTRY! 148 illlflllllll Euclid 18 Kenston 21 Madison Clover Leaf Inv. Will. South Inv. Strongsville Inv Wadsworth Inv. Kenston Inv. Sectionals Chagrin Inv. District Opp. 37 34 lst 2nd 2nd 2nd lst 3rd lst 4th Nfllllllllllll Q C 5 'Q 5 TENNIS -e WE" 1 '-5 The 1978 Euclid High School Girls' Tennis Team had a competitive year. Playing in one 4 of the roughest leagues in Northeastern Ohio, A they were able to compete on an even basis ,f Vvs -Q . with most of the teams. Although they didn't ,J u Nt have one extremely strong player as they had in the past, this year's team had more depth than other years. The four Seniors: Vickie Chapman, Meg Humensky, Claudia McChancy, -............... ..... -1 and Linda Peirolo, were a great asset to this year's team. Coach Bowker t - WC - NP SU "' X +I 1S!f 3 i 'text ft ?ti'!.tit K, ' 4. .lx-v-X73 . .. N. .bw 523352 5 .g is ,ll NS CL to RJ Front Row: Cathy Pedone, Meg Humensky, Theresa Mackanos, Susie Meglnch, Judy Mast Row 2: Linda Peirolo, Vickie Chapman, Claudia McChancy, Bethany Hook, Judy Krnc, Coach Marilyn Bowker, Sue Davidson. Not pictured: Eileen Welton and Carol Hanson. TENNISXISO 'XS '-1 Susle Megllch sings, dances and plays tennns -.-'.'ff,"' ..L .N Q., P 7,rgg,,'.i 2, . A ff' 1 EE V -.. -ff,-,fL, an , . ' -'-' - ' 'PT' :I ' film?-' .mf-. -r , 5153. ' . 'Wiki 'J "f bf 5 -2 ' ' .W .M ' - ' 4 .. 1 -- ,, A Q A' , , I ,K Y. ll 31 :,f4'!,Uwxj. .., 1.7 Q- .:L ,L U I f. I. k 96 M . f -, M Q,--gn FU 1... 5, . .Q ,Q..A::.:16w H, ,, U P- .Q is 1,-,.,,fs .,..., ,.. y'5.1,. ,'.' . , ., -ww, in .ig-59140 - 9 - . x" . .- v., ,. Aw. 111.-4'n'f,f-awe ' . - - -4 if-fir 1. - 1 . nA.,.,u gk , ' 1 q,:5e'5. 1. 3121e5".... I J aut., vrgf uu 2. 1. A W fl-15.1 1,. 'S? "' :Pi - ' 1 . . Q .v- 'T 5' .- ' - , .s 11.3 fr. Y . '---y 5,-'. 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Hgts. 4 4 West Geauga 1 4 Regina 1 2 Mayfield 3 O Beaumont 5 3 Brush 2 1 Shaker I-lgts. 4 2 Beachwood 3 -mining.-., . , x Illllllllllfii S ,.,- hip 3 s u u s u s s n s s H s Illlillllfj If 51 gi Q Y .ncef-vu.-1.--1-. - .15 zllhd... ,mn -.M-uv..-. .---qv.. .f - l 1 t. N .fu ...A-an-la.. .,. xx!! GULF The Golf Team opened their season with a 160-166 win over Maple. Their wins and losses fluctuated throughout the season and ended with six wins and nine losses. One of the better matches was when they lost by only one point to Brush, the league-leading team. Don Malone, a senior, was the captain for the 1978 season. Doug Drobnick, a sopho- more, used his skill, with Don Malone's great ability and the team's effort, to lead the Golf team to their wins. Coach Raicevich .M 'iv-g , , : +1-Rfrff' '-:-4. nf. pr-.:,q.:r:-'fxr.r:..gf-""' ,v -f ' '- Q- :V - n . -s - '- .,,4 ...I .,, 1 ,- ,.-, N - if sf, U y . V. X -15 , TW. , 1, . 133: .., i lx I , f K il- . 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A-' 84, ,: -' :mi-,119 'f'-,ff':v-VIL, gg, ji -N Llmei.. JL gr'-,L - Two balls are better than one GOLF!153 VOLLEYBALL The 1978 Varsity Volleyball squad had an impressive season. With the help of Coach Buck, the team was runner-up in the district competition. One outstanding player was Linda Misch, who was chosen for the G.C.C. all-league team. The Junior Varsity squad also had a suc- cessful season. With a squad comprised of a few juniors and many sophomores, Mrs. Stadler has developed several girls for var- sity play next year. The coaching skills of Miss Buck and Mrs. Stadler added to the continued improvement of the team, next year's squads should be quite a success. Coach Buck Coach Stadler fi? Q.. QQ ,N--.Qaxgf - ----..a.Le,,,-Q ---....i.., E we in 54554 , gf i al 545 flvfsckld' iv' A., ff 1 X 'gee , f ' its --'. Sit- X' pg . +- 3 S XXX 5 1 N . x . , - . . - . Q- , X s - Y veg -:1 7 KN -eg-Q5 g v s X -qw-Q' ' 5K X-' h r 'J YN: we ' ., X, , - Q ,li pn .si 1 , Q 3 , 5, . it . -5 Q 5 F. l 'xx .xx- Q- r ,- Y .NNW .r . f .pw Varsity Front Row QL to R5 Cheri Strah, Karen Ryrnarczyk, Laurie Oberaitis, Linda Mlsch Row 2 Maureen Dupay, Mi' chelle Bolocfinoff, Karen Busdiecker, Rita Rydelis. Row 3 Patti Schultz, Martha Eyman. Jackie Ryder, Debbie Hegedus VOL L EYBALL 154 ,- r.: i i T t it ,, fE..l.'lfQ.1'+ , u rr 1' ' 2 L ' xii -il J V team Front Row QL to RJ Llsa Wardelner Kam Lober, Ferolyn Powell, Nancy Sledz, Karen Vullch Llsa Son Row 2 Josre Jarc Barb Theus Chris Ryder, Karen Nalniger, Linda Lawrence, Mlllle Jarc ilflllllilfllill Euclid 16-O-4 15-15 15-13-15 15-3-15 5-10 6-15-15 8-11 15-17 9-15-11 15-15 15-15 15-9-7 7-5 4-11 15-15 Cleve. Hgts. South Bedford Brush Mayfneld North Mentor Maple Hgts South Bedford Brush Mayfleld North Mentor Maple Hgts Opp, 14-15-15 13-11 13-15-12 9-15-2 15-15 15-8-17 15-15 6-15 15-9-15 13-3 2-11 6-15-15 15-15 15-15 13-10 wlllflllillllll' Q-.1-li -ID VARSITY BASKETBALL The Varsity Basketball team showed steady L f improvement throughout their season. Hard JK work and determination paced the Panthers A , , as they continued to gain experience and ' -is poise. Coach Daugherty is proud of his team . , because each player had developed and per- f' .f formed to near capacity. yr" w , Coach Daugherty .ff ' tv, .. .-,.,, ' is r . kmm .A 4 ik, Q y emily it i if six, tillL-Lili' 'felililtvirf Q EXSQQJJ X M .mu . x. 5555513 stwxw ' r .. N -f1::1- 'M' -sawn' gpg -RN.,-2 ' V ' A7 std... K in A .., 'Q 5 Front Row QL to R 5: Coach Stupica, Jerry Drobnick, Dale Frey, Kevin Kaifesh, Mark Kordic, Tim Tichenor, Coach Doc Dougherty Row 2: Jeff Kooser, Bob Rowland, Kris Hassel, Terry Harrell, Don Koller, Ben Brooks Row 3: Patty Hill-trainer, Sue Rymiko-trainer, Bob Prizzi, Bill Zalar, Greg Schalk-manager, Charlie Booms-manager. 156!SPORTS X E I li' 1111511-J S X. Q . 4 0 K' fr -1 RV N, F, ' 5 - N: v"-Nr 4. E 55 A- W 9 f ,S 8 , 'lf 6 gg- - 'e4,?+ - 5 P5151 .1 ' S Euclid Opp. S fe 1 gf. -, i 'gin A ff Q 77 Cleve. Hrs. eo Q gf. wi 1 ' -. Q 45 Geneva 53 5 1. .,,,.: it 1 Q 41 Mayfield 53 5 , 5 4 P 'U ELAM 'T' ' 5 67 Brush 48 Q A 5 - X 5 53 North 48 Q gb j. :fy 1 7 , Q 40 South 48 5 ' Q lv. r jeg ' I, -5 tg 51 Bedford 53 A J 5 49 Maple 51 Q 4 'A' gy 5 ' iff". N 39 Upper Arlington 48 5 .-fj,k5L yr. -Sl -1 ... Q 53 Mentor 55 5 .3 5 62 Mayfield eo Q Qs . in 1? ' ,': . N 71 Brush 49 Q ,S g 777 - 1 ff' 1 Q 55 South 54 5 1' 1 1 'fl-'5 1' 5 63 North 55 N f 1 - 3 ' ' - N 52 Bedford 48 Q Q 80 Wickliffe 58 5 5 54 Maple 52 5 E 53 Mentor 52 Q ,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIA r . .. -. -4. W3 8 A fp YY'... A T. 1. ' A i ' """'! - X .21 f 434 'E 'QL XT Q 'fs3i'Q4." 1"Lf 5 j f . QW e l gd Ex -i raamrd , 1 - . .. .3 . .8 . 'L 54919717455 431 4' 9 .55 - A 5.5 "L"-' - 54 h .Q I ,, f 1 ', , . -1,,3 K -"' - nge, ,. J.V. BASKETBALL The J.V. Basketball team had a trying sea- son. Although not getting off to a good start, things improved as they gained more exper- ience. The outstanding players were Gary Brown, Joe Nozling, Rick Neiman, and Bob Ellenbest. 158, SPORTS Coach Stupica j. QI., +- .-l" fm X R, ff, ij? 4 J N519 y , P' L4 tif in 1 Q A . g! -X1 B 6 f . . 2 -- , . , ' , Ur. , , X - v To T' ff' l its -J ?' d 46 ,S f .,., - f A- f 't :sg K Ass- C. .,,, .,.. . ga K ' II SKTTT Msxf, 'nrnn Mmm' "'! S33 'W y sm, ggigfggg ,. .J ' ',,..p',,'S' ' . h ltr, ...' ggi ,rum J, X ,. V V tr . .- 2 QQ: u,qv K mm is-exwvwv -sl. . , ,,,,,,g" -iff "ff" i ' if X Y ' vttwiif-rr' - ' NN - - '? X i X -' X X. J . Q- .-. -Y ,X ww- -X , ...rat A xxx ,Q ,- :NI v- Si ,-Q . La ., N XX Front Row QL to RJ: Keith Nicholson, Jim Kordich, Tony Zingale, Frank Kobetitsch, Steve Rado. Gary Brown Row 2: Coach Tom Stupica, Bob Bokar, Nav Singh, Jim Eder, Bob Ellenbest, Scott Glaser Row 3: Jack Yatsko. Joe Nozling, Jim Valentine Bob Gallo, John McLouglin, Rick Neiman. Not pictured: John Misch. 1 I l x ' ' f?QLiQgQfi fl -,Nt 1-'gh -- rESf5i3i P i?w?F?N,? Yifnfi fs nxt?-f' -' t W v ' lWN?fX:5?s. TTTEH .,., ., .. 1 --- x t - S ihflm 34 If x ft 1 ' ' X N . B ' ' ' y .XxY, - Q , X, we 3 -X s. . U V N : dx X6 tw. .LY unsuwmtt., N ' X 'A tw- 'UNI , ,h X . T1 N A ' fasswqgn' . S.-X - s - ' 'NGN QNNNN Qxkggg f Ni' .N.'- f N, R ...I Q ft! wil' E .iw Q. X . Q S ff 5 ff S u u u n s s s s n s s n s u 1 ,A liflllIlflllfllllllllllllq ...vi-5 H N Euclid opp. E 56 Cleve. Hts. 73 a 51 Geneva 38 N 42 Mayfield 55 E 41 Brush 51 Q 53 North 67 N 55 south 42 N 46 Bedford 49 E 28 Maple 27 Q 31 Upper Arlington 37 N 30 Mentor 51 E 40 Mayfield 47 N 51 Brush 46 N 47 south 52 E 42 North 53 N 53 Bedford 42 Q 49 WiCkIiffe 27 N 58 Maple 47 E 47 Mentor 45 Q lllllllllllillllll, if .,. 5 ,.-. .,. A . 'Nw-f is WJ-O it P, PW. 2117 S 'Q 7 , 4 . XA-'- 4 2 Ji ,,.v X 2 ' " " 'f' FAQ-gi 4 S4 -4 -. 57 7' Boy, that girl sure is t ll ,,,,,,+f .315 ri' 6 QW' - ' 'azsceim-4.-'-12 ,,X,,..,2.4 M, . L 'W Q 'X 'N SPORTS! 1 ' 3 any 1 59 VARSITY BASKETBALL The Girls' Varsity Basketball team got off to a fine start beating their first opponents. In the second game, they beat a strong Lake- wood team 48-44 with a total team effort. The outstanding players of this year's team were Linda Misch and Jan Slejko. Coach Martin 4 N GV' W' . U . P Q A ,- x ,..-wg.. , .. V ,...xx ...Th s.. gush I r 'r I 'M' 3 5 I ' -N..,Qf ' sX,,,e" ,jswgx 4 , uuvma ihmmaxw ' ' J 5 .NV sw xx, . MUN X ' N Kfxx X 4 X f rt E fi f ' its EBSQ K X, x I , l N Front Row CL to RJ: Christine Perryman, Diane Cavell, Linda Misch, Jan Slejko, Terri Mackanos, Sherrie Garapic Row 2: Mr. Englehart-assistant coach, Sally Jaska, Martha Eyman, Vickie Chapman, Kathleen Perryman, Mr. Martin-coach Row 3: Karen Nainiger, Tami Ware, Kim Stegh, Rose Bene 16015-PORTS It S X IllI Euclld Op Wickliffe Lakewood Brush South Maple Hts North Bedford Mentor Mayfield Brush South North Bedford Maple Mentor Mayfield Geneva Iillillif J.V. BASKETBALL The Girls' J.V. Basketball team started their Ibn season with a 30-25 win over Wickliffe. They -,,.,,,J had a competitive season, taking overtime to M, b N finally beat Maple 30-24. This years outstand- ,. wa ing players were Mary Stragisher, Meg Mc- ,- A Laughlin, and Anita Jankowski. , ,xg y ...Qqy ybnn ,H 7 t - Coach Englehart S--N-4: ,, ,,.. e.., PM - U 32. 2 W i WY 34 N35 'wwia "' '1- 747 K Vi .git . N S T", fxwtwfft, W xx J, , ,x : o X 1 t . ' 3 R t Nw. H A , Q35 Q- , ii.. ..ttt X..-.metre Qwmm Kumar so i L as X f Q tt Y i iii i il is .1 Xml Front Row QL to RJ: Carol Campbell, Lisa Penny, Gia Raffael, Lisa Son, Anita Jankowski Row 2: Sandy Nickolls, Kim Ames, Jeannie Swoboda, Meg McLaughlin, Denise Myers, Patti Drienka Row 3: Mary Galloway, Ilona Maciejauskas, Mary Stragisher, Tracy Fiorelli, Stacy Buda, Caren Walsh. Not pictured: Terri Vitolo 162!SPORTS J ...a........,- - ' Euclid Opp. E N 30 wickliffe R 15 Lakewood Q 25 Brush N 21 south E 30 Maple 21 North N 18 Bedford a 17 Mentor Q 26 Mayfield N 19 Brush Q 12 south North E 19 Bedford a 15 Maple Q 22 Mentor N 25 Mayfield e 10 Geneva Milllilll ,Ni '1 N N N N N N N N N N 1 N E H 25 5 50 N 20 g 27 E 24 32 N 37 5 22 y 27 N 15 g 18 5 36 N 28 Q 20 5 25 u 20 N 17 5 5 .., S. ,Z i ff 'I Z 1 ' 'X . '12, 1 ,f-'Z N N. r , ,. vllfv --4' ' 6 ,ffn ,. -I A 7 'F' "Whig " xi..-e Y, ik' Y -' ' ,K 'D -UMZHV. ,Ay,,,,.-N' Q , I I hat takin this ball f walk. W--1--u , spomsues Las.. VARSITY RESTLING The Varsity Wrestling team started out the season with a win over Cleveland Heights. The best match of the season was the 41-18 win over South. Kevin Sidman and Mark Gordon, both seniors, were outstanding. Other seniors leaving the team are co-captains Scott Remi- nick and Bob Summers, and Tom Parr, Noel Brady, Ted Raisek, Craig Hasegawa, Bob Deb- evc, and Steve Basler. Coach Attamante if 1 R ya, W .--. Ill: is get W. 5, 1 F- b Q, S if - fl.-i - . .. -N .5 sf, , 1, . V Q. i ig ' ' wet ' J' it ' A -t--A . ii Q J, -tiftfriflirfuctiu ,ty :,lucuD, . mr X ? X WEEE fillim Xi Xl Varsity and J.V,-Front Row CL to RJ: Tae Surh, Mike Redman, John McCoy, Jim Gordon, Steve Basler, Mike Yentz, Dave Budnar Row 2: Scott Siegel, Mark Ceffaratti, Ed Noles, Nathan Holland, Bob Debevc, Craig Hasegawa Row 3: Ron Rich, Ted Radisek, Scott Reminick, Chip Neff, Greg Barnauskas, Butch Capasso, Noel Brady Row 4: Chris Gordon, Joe Colo, Tom Parr, Kevin Sidman, Mark Gordon, Bob Summers, John Ren- shaw, T. J. Theodore, lbll SPORTS 5. f 1 s s u u n u s s s s u s n E IH, rn c Q EQ O 'CJ 'FJ 5 42 CI Ht 15 E Q eve. s. 5 N 9 meh. Hts 42 5 Q 21 Lake Cath. 27 N 5 21 Mayfield 35 Q H 21 Mentor 35 Q Q 42 Bedford 17 N N 30 Brush 32 E Q 41 South 18 Q H 13 North 37 N E 8 Maple 46 E 5 19 wsekliffe 35 5 LIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: nf 'sl I-0P"r""" an -..... 33 M MEX 7 -if 'Q 59,9 if LEP N521 4' f ,xg SPORTS! 165 HF .V E32k -. ..- ov.-,-xxpggign--. sul .1 ,.. ,, X. iiill' ,Q ,gxii A ,,-4' QXN Q ....xmw.x . ,,,,.xN T! X, X" Q-inf :Sg- -N K X ' N 'K ' " ' :S:'-5,..3:fQs:.- 1eefsP0RT5 .44"' bl X Q KW v ' 1 I .,..L .Q J.V. WRESTLING The J.V. Wrestling team started their sea- son by defeating Cleveland Heights 39-30. Throughout the rest of the season victories were scattered and few. Junior Greg Barnaus- kas was an outstanding member of the team. L-. JW V +' - assi E i u n s s s u n s s s s H ,A fmmuumumr N mmwmwwwwmmw m E Hmmnmmwowwo S R EQ Q 5'5592'g5w?1?92 E WCC-r.3LS, ' N :':'clf-4-.-i-wg'-v-5-OI E a.co:J':r:'3-gag-W5 I.m N . . N v-'-bww:-Nwww,p,w 'S E nov-u1o4:-sioonowo TJ nuznuumnuumnnumr SPORTS! 167 l if HOCKEY I - The Hockey team had a successful season with a record of 10-6-1. Leaving the team will be Kurt Raicevich, Phil Campensa, Chuck 0 W Golden, John Williams, and Bill Holmes. Coach Homovec 4 '59 5? 5 . we New , -mx .4 Wiz' ' pm. rv NM -1 Front Row CL to Ry: Tom Bell, Mike Burke, Dave Nichting, Kurt Raicevich, Coach Homovec, Mark Marolt, Rick Smelko Jim Banaszek, Jeff Schroll, John Williams Row 2: Ken Schultz, Chris Knight, Steve Mackanos, Phil Campensa, J.D. Stump, Chuck Golden, Tom Borthwick, Vince Burke, Bill Holmes, Chris Bremenour, Jim Basilone, Bill Banaszek, SEEN T is ' .. 5 - l Q . "1 K WWW i Y' 'I gs".sffs- i i ' - ' ' l Q N j I .,6:.,,,.x . , 1 i ,eh .Q ! ' ' 3 e Q 3 l .xgkgqfs ' f X X 1 Nb V S S .Q .x P: : 3 :. A 5 S I I 1 m. ,Fr E . l- . . gk 4, it t X t , .. .si iiig 'S " i 'E -l l I 1" lg . N E l , J 5 -. SN - i , N s 3 . 1. 5 ' X .i - .659 Nl k Q N., - tx, Q s., -X Y 9 N . - . Y. 9 . KQQSRSVNM , .. ...f I , .. Q 6" , ' A 2 l X T. , ' H U Gif' :QS 'X Nixvv ' X. 5 .SQ - ' l . Y A L 1 c-Qi. " Q' , : .5 h X ' ,g -.xl A V "" ' 5 . QQXE ,ts ,iw w. x.,,,..xw. x.. A .tc N . . .Q -aw-:s X .X Qt . FQ xx.. N :xQ5:':g .icky 1 +55 -xx we X , X ,. -X ieefsponts vs ' . . N Q is 11 H, T , X. X X :S.5k4av'xi?Swx X N - ' Sirk 'mt fs- s . mmwkw X k 15 2 P43 -I 51 c 5 . qui' 1!-V 5' ks Rig. P effaai uv.-v 95' 4, ' B Q 'Y - Q ,Q .E ,,.,.'MH -- A .1 ,, f 55.4 5-p m-5. ,.5' ,..',gf."if' A 5 A- 'Q '2 .. 1 .4 .-'l.l- F.if1,'-' lfqxff 2. J D A 5,523 'fe ' 'A ' . .,:i.fi -31 Q 1 " K 1' lix iw' -fe' - 4 ,:,, JA ,484- l I" ,I it .y t 2" 1 ' 'HABCO A flllllllflfflfllli N N E Euclid Opp, S N N 5 St. Joe 2 E Q 4 shaker Hts. 4 5 5 3 st Eds 2 N H 2 Brooklyn 0 E E 2 Padua 4 N N 5 St. Ingnatius 3 Q Q 4 Kent 3 N a 5 Normandy 1 Q 5 6 St. Joe 1 Q Q 8 St. Ignatius 1 N N 3 Rocky River 6 N E 2 Brooklyn 3 E Q 7 Elyria 6 Q N 2 Bay Village 5 H N 1 Padua 9 N Q 3 Kent 2 Q E O Cleve. Hts. 2 H N N VIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII rg 1 -Q. 5 tl " x Q"t gi -. --'Ur i Q SPORTS! 169 The Varsity Swim team had a superior season with a record of 11-1.Many new records were set by the swimmers and divers. Bart Cerer set GCC records in the 200-yd. freestyle with a time of 1:45.3, and the 100-yd. butterfly with a time of 54.2. Eric Zebold swam the 100-yd. backstroke in 57.6, setting a GCC record. Jack Sheldon, Eric Zebold, Bart Cerer, and Mark Carney set a GCC record in the 200-yd. medley relay with a time of 1:44.7. Scott Harmon set a Euclid school and pool diving record with 108. 11 points. Leaving the team will be co-captains John Mullen and Jack Shelden, Scott Harmon, Joe Bacchi, Dave Coyne, Andy Rossmann, Todd Reese, Eric Darcy, Bart Cerer, and Jeff Mavsar. The J.V. Swim team also had a very success- ful season. They ended with an impressive 7 wins and 1 loss. Coach Rodriguez .fi 'fi 1 swim TEAM Q "1 .i J ,. x ES: .5 ' ,3 . A vi. .55 Elia. w ,Y tsl! --...., ,Q - if-Q mx L. ri Q ' T' ' I 'f v is 4 ' """' KM- : 1 . K 5 gk- tw A S. r le .. t W , A 'T' ' ',,' 'F 'J ws- " g N X ' T 'i X Y' tk 5 A X "WY Q Q, fi' ff: G Q Q ,, X :t , ff 5 ,. f 5 ' r ' x . J Slide if Q . mums, 5 .W V 2 ' if A X 'RQQ 3 ,ar S x as K 3. aw ' Sw A H N.: N D . r ,sc -X - xx . ,, . K , N h x.. .xv V -fix, SX i , T X T if if J -1' 5 -. . mx 'l'i 'K N , Q' L! Mg. W ,. N Front Row CL to RJ: Scott Harmon-diver, John Powell-diver, Kevin Meaney-diver, Jeff Hogan-diver, Tom Ruzich Row 2: Jeff Jaroscak, Tim Golden, Eric Zebold, Todd Dickard, Joe Bacchi Row 3: John Mullen, Al Dickard, Bob Clarke, Greg Pyle, Mark Carney, Bob Simicak Row 4: Paul Schultz. Dave Coyne, Andy Rossmann, Neil Buerer, Todd Reese, Donata Schultz-manager Row 5: John Arnold. Eric Darcy, Jack Shelden, Jeff Mavsar, Bart Cerer, Joe Rodriguezrhead coach. Not pictured: Paul Rossmann-diver, Harry Siskind-asst. coach, Walt Harmon-diving coach. 170!SPORTS . ..-Lv... "2""'li'i"""-In -- ' ' dun ' ln: ll we mga K .- pl :""" My-.Q Wm ,,,,,,. fiilllillilillllliii -'4hill'llU'3"""""3" 5 1 1 - we 5 s s 4' . MQ .. ..,,e... 11 H Euclid Va'S'W ODP- H ' 'L 5 ' D u A 5 T E 54 Berea 29 R - ' ' Q 88 Orange 84 Q gg Q 94 Univ. School 78 Q ,Ak N 111 Cleve. Hts. 50 N 1 E 105.5 Rocky River 65.5 E N 105 Bedford 67 N Q 109 Brush 62 Q ,F E 118 Maple 49 Q ' if ? N 113 Fairview 59 N e 1,1 H 55 Mayfield 28 E . " 30 Lakewood 53 It iff xg 1 Q 117 lvndperk 55 Q D-5 Q x sy an 11 pax ' E BJ.V. S A - .- Q. 'M-Q-A . 47 erea 32 71. .,.5 ..1 ..1, W X 1.1. E 83 Orange 53 Q f' ,,1. -1 i--1 Q1"- Q 106 Univ. School 55 Q X E .U -fe...........,.M.,....,..MW,,,eb,,,,,u,,,Wm'M E 72 Bedford 19 E we 2 iiai 1 5 66 Brush 4 N " : ' 1 :-iv 1 t 74 Fairview 93 E f 3 ' W 40 Mayfield 13 Q 43 Lakewood 40 E .,. .wr Q 'rv I 5 is . fm ii- . w r 4 1- . -,Lia . -1- .5-.--Q 15311221"",.5-12:2s".-,.A ,. . 't"e,5'-gr ,- fz ' -' . . 21- :r,'.f ' lj .-t6fYE3' ' F- ' A., ,. 'i?- '- ' vii-wie., A i ik N. mv S .-.A u . .1. 1 N SPORTSH71 I DOOR TRACK This year's Indoor Track team kept up its winning tradition by getting off to a fine start. The team centered around the fine sprinting and distance crews. The sprinters were led by Vince Malone, Frank Civitarese, Kevin Sel- way, and Dwight Haney, while the distance men were led by Charlie Simpson and Bill Dodd. ln the field events Frank Civitarese and Vince Malone were again dominant along with Tom Waschura. Mike Casciato and John Berlan were leaders in the shot put. In the Knights of Columbus at the Coliseum, Frank Civitarese took fourth place in the 60-yd. hurdles. The team had depth and was strong in all areas. This resulted in a fine overall season. Coach Ramlow X x 'Q 1 ,N i X- M i X is - -1 .l ,N X X. ,,,. M, ,. . ..-...mm1-4-f--- --"""""' Q , A,,,,.,,s-.1-ggi ...pov- 1-:---4.-in S xx N R Q N ., X 3 5 t l at EXW is X X X tl t Xl Xt. Q ,.XxXX ,gXH-ws? NSXX x 5 X MX Xt W -,x XXX R MN Y M X X NX X l PQ, XX mt XX X xe- tjt X- XX X., ,. 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H - 1 Front Row QL to RJ: Lynn Sullivan-manager, Kevin Selway, Charlie Simpson, Frank Civitarese, Vince Malone, Tom Waschura, Jim Kisthardt, Jim Hufnagle, Bill Dodd, Steve Jones Row 2: Dave Dodd, Mike McDermott, Scott Ullman, Ed Szabrak, Larry Banning, Jerry Davies, Mike Voase, Paul Calabrese, Dan Kostan, Mark Walters. Keith Lawrence Row 3: Frank Walters, Brian Cambell, Steve Fleck, Phil Pallante, Frank Hribar, Jamar Tarr, John Ortman, Bob Thompson, Rich Fleck, Dwight Haney, Joe O'Donnell. Not pictured: Joe Mersnik, Scott Wright, Mike Casciato, John Berlan, Eric Groudle, Marc Copresti, Dave Nichting, Jack Clark, Tom Centa, Tim Christiansen, Mike Brown, Pat Fiorilli, Rich ,Williams, Terry Johnson. 172!SPORTS X, A ,Q Q f, lg -F I Qi - Kz- 'ffexiia-'H -' ' Y W Mx A X + 1 vw ' Wgsiia , x Q Q I V 3 '1i?.,f'j,L?, f,T,,,.,: I could have had a V-8. NIKE , ENTURV 21 bf , ' Ns.:- WK " xx a i s WX A K x Nz1""X npr. M: -aa, QA 'K l za. . , Q0 V A Q. ,CL cf - . 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VA W T.'f'f"a':ai, .va V- T ' X 1 Q- -5 1 - P331 - L 12' . .15 Qzg- 'LLX -,gXg'L3: f. u '-' ,. 1:4-3 -. Q . - -, V' x-V.. ffffffw iv-'15 1 ' if " :Pifwiy 3' ' " ' Rf- . --f 2: - , 52 1-?T'1f:'3:1af f wwf-V O X fi. 1.3i,fg32f..l',V,','..iP'JQ1? ... V. V. wf-, 'i'-"?-531 - - - ,J -.nw .Q 1-.' - 3 , 14, V f If V.V,.V,ff- lifli-IH! YVSM i 11iV'..F' 563. Jw -"1,f1'J'fi V:.V l,i5:fz'.Ff".1 ' "5" ' 1 . Y , . 1' , " . ,,.. - .Kf.,gL V- - - - Q fi':Vrf"1 -V, LMA, A. A V V 5.-.1-v Q 41 I-V --GV x -1- 1- a wr-V',.,1.. - -. VJ V..-v" ,,', Q' w' "Q -"4 -4 V-"'V1V:,' V 4... - -5 ff-v:f-"f.'i53'.--J . '4 ' '5?if9,5'f??F1 .-: 7 1,22-,swizwigfff - K, fc.. f 1 ' " ,..1'," lm" '-if jV.,g-- Q, VFX -- 'V ,,1-vVV11,,mVepz4V- . 5- ,.-,.,,, ,U V ll:-1,115--,V. , . . f -. a-,.,VVVV 4- A .- nf..-f...v WV M 1: V-,, , ...J ,A-- .,..,V,,g9g X Vw. nf-.4,mcf:.5M,?. ,A ,V , 4-1-v.. 'Sv ., - Q, "' 1 B 4 .era V. . V ,,, H VV XV ,. ,,X.5V.,k D: J, X V,. ' " ' f '3-J-9 'f -. 'I' 7-Q'-55 a -?T!rf1""5:f1fw:'5icia? J Ark fig V A , . r , V.,. . . , , . . f .A ff fu :..V,-.4 , 1,5 1 , r-L- - ' - - H-.'-f' wr gv gf' !.vf.5'f.,yg?. " ' ?f'5. '31'f ' ' '1!1f:L+42'f.'tdQ'f' :.- w' gf" 11 mr-wry-f.ffQ4eiiV314-mime Af., X5 3 9: I ff Nmf' '.1-. Hifi ,192-1 X77 .lwaif-57 X -' ' 've , Q rf- f t tg X01 . Y 1 .. Xu,-fr-T14 gr I. My 8. I . ii .L 2 11: , emi' 'X '35 9 I -.9 15,1-:f'1:f:'g3 il . -, , J . .4 .mf .... is wr The 1978 Homecoming Court' Istanding left to nghtj Sophomore Attendant, Denise Santong 1977 Queen. Tina Kuklica1 Junior Attendant Vicki Centaj Iseatedl Senior Attendant, Janine Kato, 1978 Queen, Linda Mischg Senior Attendant. Kathy Rose HO ECOMING - 1978 A The traditional parade and bonfire were only the beginning of the Homecoming 1978 festivi- ties. Gur number one football team beat Mayfield to add to the Homecoming spirit. Queen Linda Misch and her court took the spotlight the fol- lowing evening at the final Homecoming event, a formal dance. Couples strolled down the "Long and Winding Road" to the music of "Crystalwood". -rt xx A X 'X g.AA 1, j,fa1ae, feta, my 1 Cx S kcwpy . cw ft.?m1m I -V Gxfxfxf 31 '. Xwsixl XIX iii H 'N t S gf. sy is 11? . . . wt.. .X-wfvv....vf'f4'-'W'-I E V- X,-I wmv-xt-.1537 lwp-,JJ ,, .t.. -,......----'+f"' ' Y V i.......a.....g . ,.,. ..., t.,fa.,44aq..:4 ..1. 3 QLQISLQQVIQ. ,,arr.wa1m'moz1s'AI"ti3m ACTIVITIES! 176 fx. , l 5 E s 5- if , FY fri rw EA I ffl' MSW via ,Q 565' 1 I jf K, A .-B.-:J I -' fkkvr- ,, , . . 'A' 7 1' ' N' f - ,f: Q I -'Q F 1 4 J' ,, ' COMING ...I 1 hz. .H ' VJ, N ' ' " N A 'N 0- .I 'Lf if tis K '?'v'22f , "X mcg ' ' vu' va e , H . """ 1. l . ' ' ' " x ,, ' I " I ' ,Q ' Q - 4 'o rim' 'f KL 4 ' . 1 ' U . . . T. , S, :fLl,f'7'- W int?-, x x Hb? ,L fy, Jw? S A MISCH A 4. .wfrf ' 'ru-T , NIARCHING BAND A "iw i - , I 1. An exciting dance to "Staying Alive" was one fm 3,1 of the routines featured in the Euclid Panther ,' V' N, I F, Marching Band's opening show. The spirit of A -" 'L-9 the band was always present during the games 'V to inspire the team and spectators. This year Q' 4 ' the band had their first female announcer, ' ""' 'I 'E Leslie Otcasek. Director Arthur Sydow, Assis- 'N f 3 tant Director Greg Kochan, and Majorette Ad- , ' visor Madeline Bradach worked hard along with all ninety-six band members to make this another successful season. 1- 14-' Row 7: D. Treichel, G Summerhill, D Bukovec, B Reno. P Srnick, P. Calabrese, G Zerby, M Shimonek, D. Hershey, T. Galon, G. Prichard, M. Talty, K. Besselman, J. Fakult, D Reichart Row 6 B. Elze, J Volota, J. Sparks, D Grubb. G Lesnik, M Hong, B Martin, J McChaney. L. Lang, T J, Theodore, J Hall, M Sa1n,J Srnick, P Kloder, M. Kalka Row 5' L Schieman, J Gordon. L Johnson, C. Horvath, W Stroud. S. Jacksa, T. Hunk, J Rose. K Kelly, K Sturnpf, E Besselmann, S Kurrent, K. Johnson, T. Balazs. D. Beal, D. Reed, J Kenc. Row 4' D. Lewin, H. Cerbin, L. Tepley, M Malone, D Andrews, C Tice, R Simkins, E Petric, P. Linn, P Drienka, S Synk, B. Starr, M Stephens, M. Joyce, K. Mackell. Row 31 T Ruzich, J Novak, S Bratton, M Cotter, T Fabec, J Arnold, J. Emser, J. Braun, S Mantras, M. Juratovic. M. Krofina, M Jones, D. Render, C. Owens Row 2 S Nemeth, J Hasse, N Bierer, S. Johnson, L. Francetic, D. Rawlings, B. Thompson, G. Andersky, M. Hungerford, K. Burton, D. Woodruff, B Blevins, B Mitan, G. Beadle Row 1' D Glaser, K. Strah, M. D'anna, D Pinto, Captain J. Delaney, Captain J. Nachtigal, R. Kubik, K Foreman, L Alaburda, C Orehek, N Hernan fl Tl Illlbi 130 :VF Q 1. lwae Vlflff I A fig I' f , 1 Sixal 7 x35-" s F. Wx... if I s.. I 0X 'M v in, - 'L'-r' fs T. . ' .1 1? . 2 ,V - x ,Q f ww' px . 1 A3 w,gx,,m S n xxnveiishvipgq ? 5 te D 17 X zf' ' x 'L 'x l- J4- 1-A I , f' :ff- Q, 5,12 J-gi Q, In I' 7 Q ' wx 5 ' Q ..-.,.' xi - C 1 U .5 4 N! I ACTIVITIES!l81 iviAJoRETTEs Variety marked this season's half-time shows. The 1978-79 Majorettes performed many interesting routines. They boogied to "Peg" and "Stayin' Alive." Blue and gold pom-poms brightened their show to "It's So Easy" and showed their perfection on the "Love Boat Theme." A special attraction included lighted batons to "Disco Inferno." Joanna Nachtigal did a wonderful job in her Q solo to "The Muppet Theme" with her sequin costume adding brilliant sparkle. The last X show featured hoop batons to "The Pink Panther." X "fi'SteiffEtgfifggzgfgfg-:efgtgr"T' 1 5 - 1 : 1 - - - -- V - - 'MW X g X . X if 2 ' 4. 35-5 Q X . , 1 NX X X . X ri' as ,-M my ,usa ' T X , : . f ?S"5fiLss:! ' 5 ' f fl KR ' S E X 1 , it -tt 'T - - 1555iI'i?ti?f?' 3 ' ' s ' ' . . .S ' 2 . -- l , - -X 1 N . X. , I if .iw-EELS' . f ' S Y 's , , l ' ' i' T t.,, if Q 5 f . i A f 9 t NP XTFI it V X -. I - . f T -P 'X f X x X N L XX I WN I Q X big , XSX xx 1,XEX,.s.Rx -ff " ' Xxx " ' :xl 1 XX A N X 'I X: X, Xi 5 L- ,Qi X -- Ng? :RQ i 9 r X 1 -X R pkg' ,. ,IM 1 ,- QNX . ts . , mv 1t.t. . it , k i xi-Ip 4:-1 x ,Q lx s , . - r , -sm X : Q- w xg'-E,,,'j:5.3 ' 1 x ' N' I V V1 ksigl X i L Q1 ' "x,g.f:4:qqt:'g' ' X-,YES Q X X - , ' qv-lang . Q . ws: , 5 - , ,-: XXX - X.-.T X, X X3 i jp T 1 ll K t. X X r -istizigi Ni 4 its I i f A w Xxxgc- S5 'R 7,1 ,, X 5.3 on X XX. t g: I X, vb. X Xt ' "N X' X X " 'T gg '1' X wax T to ' 'ii' KN,r' X fs! "5 Row 1-KL to RJ Noreen l-lernan, Kathy Foreman, Capt, Jill Delany, Capt. Joanna Nachtigal, Cindy Ore- hek, Linda Alaburda Row 2-Meg D'Anna, Kim Strah, Danna Pinto, Ruthanne Kubik, Dawn Glaser vs: -- if-1--v -X-s -wyiNxNx:,1 N13 X-'old-N i gsvkxsix Xj , . x X 4 ' ' , 9114. Q' ,, mvit ,gi Q27 1 :Nl QXXL XSSNX T to T w 1 , '. X 4 FWS sf . g f. 'SN ' . YI 'TNA N S1 "" 3 'N X X i dv TN X T . T K' ' 2 1 , ' . f' ' S ,Ne . .. 'Q-S'THW X i f --fn' " 'X T X: Q T it ,... N X : X X X X Qi ....nAiffQ. . , X X Xb, X If X , X 2 XX F ,M ix x it ' i i i ii fi if f T X is WX N X ... 5 X 5 x V I N X f Xt st' Hit X R X s s WATER POLO Euclid High SchooI's Water Polo team had an undefeated season, winning six out of six games. That helped them carry away first place at the districts, winning all four games. Water Polo is a non-school funded sport, so it is up to the team to -1 , V-1. 4 raise entry fees. They beat Berea twice, A ' 3.3 A A! Midpark twice, and Canton Hoover twice. if ,j ...a sf 5Af2Q-75-.- The Euclid poloers ended their season if I. ,fl i f ranking fourth in state. Congrats guys!! - 4 ..-f ' ' x if '- V LXEMN xx Q , I, MT -h 1' ,I 5? 2"'l g f' eewe I Q I --ri!! X 1 ,756-Ai . Qflf a s . .. I' ' F we I ' . ' 4' " "CA : I' .Mae I I A 1 v ffl? .5 ' .,..... ,. X s I - f .. '.3i'I-wffifzf A - X ,gg -H1 I f , ,,:r:::"5 ,,.... . ' i Q-'lf ' , . .- fe..-+-Q-4 I "T 'J 5 i-'T 1+ ,g""f "" YQ, I , mal fl 1 ., X , .N ,, . Nj Row 1: Todd Reese, Bart Ceres: Jack Sheldeng Eric Darcy, Paul Schulz Row 2: Eric Zeboldg Andy Ross- mann: Greg Pyle, Tom Ruzichg Row 3: Mark Carney: John Mullen, Bob Clark Not Showni Paul Rossmanng ,w-57, V " fa Kevin Meaney: AI Dickardg Jeff Mavsar 1 Q ' ":'?"----'1'5Qf'v ff'-57245 Sf" .'. ,:.. , ' "f -z, 5.315 ' ,., 'fi' . ref nrt' -"A"-2 . ,. ' - iw -Agyiiy 4 , 'f""'T'T"3 it ' Y .Lai I Tar'-my 0- 'IN A""' "QA" ,. , .o " - '--af' 1 MW 'Nba- fm ' V..-f" f-I "K, .,.-M.. N ,, - u,.,,g V , , 1 ' -. .- 3 ' df " 1. 7 N., ... ww- ,5. d., 1-..W -V x. we ,... , z- . 4-.. H . , v ..- -. 7,4 .. W-- - - . v ,.-- ,.' . . A ., . , C' ACTIVITIESM183 , , E 2 1 INVESTMENT Row1,Ray Mast. Joe Bacchig Rich Bozak. Row 2' Julie Petrella. Duayne Stelmachg Vickie Chapman, Bill Holmes. Sandy Rash. Lori Zdunczykg Row 3 Meg Humen- sky. Andrea Rudolph. Chris Tice. Paul Klodar, Denis Griemer. Keith Kester, Jim Kisthardt. Doug Ayers. Bill Bilstein. Bob Dalic. Greg Chiudicnig Mr. Schonauer Not Shown. Greg Amoroso. Joe Avenig Dave Bielek, Lori Caresanig Heidi Cer- bing Joe Connelly. Maureen Dickardg Len Edelman. Dale Frye. Karin Garapicl Chuck Golden. Terry Harrel. Kris Has- sel. Mike Hone, Steve Madorsky, Andy - Ogrinc: Chris Roper, Ray Strah. Jirn Tomsick lvl , .,..., X ,- l 306 :itil fr fljp , ,XV - S INVESTMENT C.O.E. Have you ever thought of investing in stock? Well, some of this year's seniors did. The students put their money to- gether and invested it in a carefully selected stock. They hope that the stock will produce a profit. Whatever the value of the stock when they decide to sell it, Mr. Schonauer is sure the students will find the experience exciting and edu- cational. X The students involved in the Co- operative Office Education classes at- tended school in the morning and then left for work at local businesses. This helped members gain further skill in the business fields and prepared them for a career after school. As a club, they worked on various projects and became a close group by the time the year was over. X X x .X X . ri ' , Q A fn ,QQ it 1 . l ukis' S- , Row 1 Tammy Henry. Karen Archaclu. Vice-Pres. Connie Walsh. Historian. Mary Schneider. Pat Spalek. Debbie -as 0:3 Beres, Bonnie Markie-wicz. Tina Dane 1 tin, Carla Molesky. Rick Larnpela Row 1 zinger, Donna Borthwick, Tracy Mar- Af, .. ., TT" f i N 2 Secretary, Mary Fuerst. Parliamen- : K l "'t A ,xv tarian, Mary Beth Legan, Treasurer. A T " X 2' 1 81:3 Tracey Coe. Susan Voss, Helen Strle. Michelle Kimack. Marilyn Wala, Pres. mis fix Nr x ns W' ACTIVITIES '1811 A es s' ri K- W 5 5 . .S : V- an x' N we xxx Mary Kosovich. Mary Ellen Cooke. Diana Lang ,. N .N K- . X X .Y 'A---1 X'-E . ,W gyxfl 2 t S V ss gs x Row 1 QI to rj Diane Purvis Denise Jordan President Ann Anderson Laura Selemang Char Goal Secretary Eileen O Brien Row 2 Donata Schulz Millie Jarc Sharon Rymarczykg Dawn i ,T yt ' . ill lmliil'5F:.I5l Ai ,V . lf. N lulsferl-px' W", XI! 4 I ,l wil Y l c Q l it lil Ql.tl'll.l c I I 'kk "" i ' I ll T ml -fl f if at f ,ii ll Xl. 'Q ini TV' fi ' If F' fS'5'5", f ,, y Wilifllfl ll il i we on f f l T T T T I tll-l..sL.l!gi ' 1 r 4 , r it l' x'-' f f' ll., T 'rtailillx Q XE . . .lll Cheryl Boyd PINK PANTHERS How do they keep their uniforms intact? The Pink Panthers do. They stitch and sew up the team's uni- forms to keep them looking as great as they are. This is just one of the many organizations geared to sup- port the athletic teams of our school. gg' K' S, s ' ,, i- ACTIVITIES! 185 , ff, . ., A MMM ,vflIf'7' KEY CLUB The Key Club is a service branch of the Kiwanis Club. They do commun- ity services as well as supporting scholastic activities. They sponser dances and other activities that L- affect our school and community. X XXXXQX N X XXXX x N .ff N3 :1'.ef-':-:r.:- -.:.tr-sew. X -ssbqmr sw s ' ' I 1 N ' i ' - - -mi S y A X : . RX. V Q I n I ... W N Q' ' . ' l ' X '- X Nr-2'-X Q-: . ' :Raft i:f:". 1 T: ' .. :C xg :ff 1: 1-qsfuw :rr-. ,, rf H ,sf-:av sfsiix xx, 'f5:':-'f:i:""'L Q.-..,:f:,Sf11i':llIg6x' Row 1: Lett to Right: Paul Kloder, Bill Hanlon, John Kalka, Bob Zagore, Tom Katcher. Row 2: Mr. Heramb, Dave Carbone, Denise Meyers. Cathy Jones, Mark Hughes, Wendy Stroud, Ted Radisek. Row 3: Susan Nemeth, Debbie Reider, Sandy Frank, Sharon Synk, Carol Chase, Dale Stelmach, Craig Hasegawa. Row 4: Jackie Zorko, Jim Gaydosh, Doug Ayers, Janet McCIuskey, Dave Zagore. Eric Jochum, Mike Kup fer, Joe Mersnik, Duayne Stelmach. Not Pictured: Duane Fox .eN'!""" ' ,vw Ewvfsbgfvfve 4,1 bk K . QN X , ff' XX X X Q , - Yi" is . . X -rw- mf ,yi 0 ff: - i f YY.-P R :KQV '19 GOLD PUWD PUPIQ 4 Front Row, Left to Right: Noreen Walters, Anne Af Ursin, Jackie Mason. Row 2: Chris Roleck, Ginnie Frederking, Katie Kirchner, Mimi Erne, Chris Tice. Row 3: Kathy Drury, Karen Brentar, Lynne Blevins. Judy Braun. Left to Right: Jackie MasonlPresidentJ, Noreen Waltersfvice Presidentb, Anne Ursin Clixchange Studentj. Kathy DruryQSecretaryj, Bill Mason 5. I l A.F.S. The American Field Service, with Mrs. Cowan as its advisor, is a club for service-minded stu- dents. They make it possible for students from other countries to visit and observe the workings of American schools. They also help American students go abroad to see how other cultures live. .Jw .H 3' .- ' 2. - s rv N- 'S is it is tx X " x f X Q s x X gf sk i , i ii- ' S X 'Q ' --" . .. '--- ,- ' L'fig'1E5TEf. 'XT' " . 1-A Q - 'hi 'f:'l?rf. . 1 HIP' ,-. Q:::"..4Q,.. . WZ? ' X-N ACTIVITIES! 187 ,i i EUCUYO Advised by Mr. Henderson and Mrs. Cowan, these young critics pick out the finest literature written by students, to be produced in the literary magazine at the end of the year. Many of the students in this club contribute artwork, poems, and snort stories. 3 Q' Wk.. Row 1 Cl to ry Andrea Buanno Catnie Santa Wendy Stroud Row 2 fl to rj Lisa Barish, Lynne Blevins, Sandy Haskin, Julie Fnfnk Row 3: fl to ry Officers -ua -- -A Y.-v' X, l f -i an--i il rm. NATI O NAI. HONOR SociETY N.H. . The National Honor Society consists of students who have excelled in school, community activities, and leadership abilities. After being carefully selected these students went through induction ceremonies last spring. Q l Throughout their lives these selected students, hope- fully, will live up to the expectations of the charter. Not Pictured: Doug Ayers, Elaine Ayers, Tracey Bonfield, Noel Brady, Phil Campensa, George Dernyanchik, Laura Draxler, Jim Gaydosh, Mark Gordon, Craig Hasegawa, Kathy Hutton, Sue Jarmuszkiewicz, Mary Kay Joyce, Candy Kavon. Bob Petsche. Cindi Rhyne, Donald Romoser, Ivana Rozman, Carrie Shuster, Laura Suster. Dave Treichel, Jim Waschura, Tom Waschura. fthe lgx Front Row: Karen Garapic, Debi Lewin, John Kaiba, Jerry Drobnick, Row 2: Vicki Chapman, Jeanette Sparks, Mary Beth Hungerford, Jan Stanec, Chris Tice, Chris Mullins, Kathy Foreman, Robert Frank, Vince Melfi, Jeff Lu, Row 3: Mike Hone, Paul Klodar, Joanna Nachtigal, Hannah Gleisser, Mike Campbell, Mike Kupfer Front Row: Linda Peirolo, Steve Basler, Jackie Mason, Laurie Oberaitis, Ginne Frederking, Noreen Walters, Jim Simeo, Maureen Dickard, Karen Brentar Row 2: Nanette DiTomaso, Mimi Erne, Bob Zagore, Doug Di Lalla, Jan Udovich, Row 3: Cheryl Petrick. Jackie Mihelcic, Kathy Lemmon, Eric Jochum, Ann Zak, Claudia McChancey, Christine Rolik ACTIVITIES! 189 f1R7":a' i 'fr 1' ,,,?- YV X F.. vmnifixnm . "fi '. ..?i?Ef-..,..,,.,1 .,......... ! i Q., J' "' v ' X i Q K 4,4 ,fr I Q, 2 . f. FX?-, -f-.M Y.. , Yam. .. L'-Q, ' ' W Debate Club CL RJ Robbie Rachar Jackie Zorko Janet Reinke Mr Davis, Julie Fifik, Sandy Morgan. lb' OUTDOOR CLUB iThe Outdoor Club consists of many nature lovers who enjoy spending time preserving wilder- ness areas. All of their projects are beneficial to the ecological balance of our enviroment. Dave Seidel, Mr. Soltesz, Chris Roper QFQHT CL-RJ: John Williams, Kevin Halberg, Stan Krulc, Mike Kupfer, Brian Reno, Greg Savernik, John Gurg- sby. Mike Kulbickas, Tim Korynoski. i X U x 5 , ? ":': ' P 6 - "- "0 - X '-A - 'A i ,, F, P-Y X X ' Q is 1 3 'lx' X il- Q f A W ' ,uk K' :X U, .I , F . -' ":' 3 vldl W , N' ff-5 ' fi' , I - '.-.Q ft' i e i: it ,I I Hi , ,T I ll., Y M .Y .1 ft' , -gi f , r . Il .W I - 3-1: --- - ffl " Fai C if , i 'J- wwltq. 3 N -.L gmac- its - A 1... N if A 71 Front Row: Nicke Jafeelica, Pat Hastings, Laura Zebold, Julie Fifik, Jim Cater, Norm Goldrich, Stan Krulc, Kevin Halberg Second Row: Sherrie Garapic, Bill Nelson, Art Buanno, T.J. Theodore, Paul Calabrese, Greg Schalk, Paul Bauer Third Row: Mark Walters, Don Knific, Bob Penicka, Damir Span- ioi , RADIO CLUB Through the supervision of Mr. Hungerford and Mr. Reno, these students learn funda- mentals of radio broadcast- ing and work toward their am- atuer license. L . I is S ' P5S li! Tai - X la 5 . ,V 'A-7 SCIENCE SEMINAR This club provides students with an opportunity to attend lectures and discussions re- lated to the field of science and engineering. Students also have the opportunity to visit labratories and observa- tories. ACTIVITI ES! 191 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Louise Perryman wif ACTIVITIES! 192 Jill Hlabse .3322- L 4 3 U- I .. R 'v w X Joann Motuza X f ex 3 1 l J ? g -x L f 1, ,242 nAZz ,,. M' xt Capt, Laura Keyes and Nancy Lombardi -v fl - we V , .. Y ,P ' ll vf -I Q 2 . f 'EU uf, V -a Q' , Q , Terri Baitt and Nancy Taullen Holly Kung P s 1 umm 1 1 i N-. - ?UH'l"9"'e BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Row 1 CL R3 Edith Strblnger Lon Sajn Row 2 Krnstxn Yamane, Mary JO Balazs Jane Shunk Row 3 Demse Nlchtnng Janune Boettcner Linda Hanson RQ' Q' I 3' 5 1 WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS Row 1 Darlene Bowins, Bethany Hook JIII Nemecek Katy Duffy Jeanne Matuch Lisa SPIRITS '79 Who has more spirit than the state store? The Euclid Senior High School Spirit Club for 1978, that's who! The school enthusiasts put forth much ef- fort to raise school spirit by coming in every Wednesday night for sign painting par- ties and by going to games. Do they enjoy it? They sure do!!! .. 74 '--:g,.'.4g:j,3:313,, y ' ' --:Eg f 1, . . -.1 ' ,454 7-"f" V M , A . , K. WK? tv A. fl: ,Z L I' :Jil mgf:7',4g11g' ,Q 'gf 1 ' H.. -. gt n 1,4 ,,f , f f. . Q 1 . A ,L-ff. 24' - -f-ffzziz' 1' 'Z , 2 -v , , g f . , , . A i 1, ""' N4 .w A ' 141 ,133 x A ' ,,,,, Q. , - c I " i ' ' 1.1---14: , , . N f- ,..,. , -, , J i xy 14.16 , 'Mi J. filet! , ,nf ,u V' 2 FI ' T - ' if Q1 ' ,, 4 if f. 3 4 wp. " 1.-,Q-3,f11.' , , .: ',,1., ' 1,- , ,, W, V4 'mfzrarwuiv -1 - , 1. , 4 ew' I 1 1 ,MQW I wig" I 9 1? fi? ff if m ow. ip, AA .Y ' is rt' L KL 'K ye, 3, i rw' :me g . y ,1.A.g jf f I. inm- I f't,'r f .HF I x S - iz -.,:4:-1 X 'N ff , is V4 ,A G1 S T is X ss 'F S Q 5 x P , X if-UR gi S 5 L4 49 Y .. it l 3 T 1 ACTIVITIES '79!194 if Q 2 I if X is X i X , ii T X X , 1 'Ti i 2:7111 Zizgggigi,-:4 , 1, ,Lu Q. t ' A L A My . L6 STUDE T ff yr, J r CDUNCIL ,f R ff f 1 X1 . 1 L-J T Y'xQQfg'i . 14 , N 9195 N ll f 'J 6o'.N'1 ' X lfskgg' wi, lllwt fm gf - l 'fi V w 'T ,I x ,ax X Tl l' "fix I tl 'L 'b ET Wi' xl, , 4 MOST lfz 1. K 1 y, ff., 'f 45235, l ' N A Jw ROW 1' Steve Lau5ln,Chr1s Perryman. Llnda Mason, Carrie Snuster, Erlc Jocnum, Llsa Sxbert. Dlnalw Grdnna, Nanette Du Tomaso. Kevun Kau- fesn, Jum Wascnura ROW 2 Lon Thompson, Debble Waterman, Rob Formlca. Cheryl Smutn Helene Lusosku, ROW 3 Duane Foy, Bob Dallc. Jane Bartel. lien Bernakl. Mlcnelle Blase, Kum Bolsa, Terra Bate. Amy Arnold ROW 4 Janet Snyder, Kum Terrlll, Gary Colllns, Vlkl Centa. Llsa Cer1an,Jo Ann Nlotuza, Jeanne Dommer ROW 5' Karen Walters, Nancy Taullen, Laura Novosel, Becky Tancreclu. Lon Oberaltus, Laura Draxler. MegDAnna 'l' 5 E l Q l x V l si 1 lA I, l l A , , Y , , , -I I 1' rl 5 ' 1 1 ,,.M'iJ. h BT ' 1' , . k- , , X t 1 P ,.I . . l .S , -1-,E-7'-V I 2 5 in 1 ,." -r Us v ,,., " X , ' xx g a T as my 4' l f 'Q t arf' .W :QR 4- ' +1 QA Q5 'A if 1 ' ' K, . f., .- ylvv' Y Q l .fin ge. ' X ,A- 14 A . si 4:11 'rx 3, A S-.yr1+':"2:,f f' 'X 1' A T - A ' LQ' ' n-Ah ' T! : an A ' J for Q 2'1.'j 1 T V pi jp h .f Af. -7 X X X, ." pg SQT- N i .. Ax 1, r -B L . Q . V ,3, . QA., x .X 1"-f' 1 q - H Fi '--'fl ' I' up if R MJWD 1 ' q"' i f , 1: -f " - ' , t fl . " T -S" "bf ', ' if .J X' . .. no ttf" 3 -1 - . F .f'31' " a Q - 1, , 4' P 1-, -0 ,v V I 'f J 2 H K1 ' ff A f V ' f' ' tex? fx-' ' J T VSV ti' J . . Ewgls ' if 1 1' Y 'I S R ' ' ' ...,.4,.-, V E ,Q--,vw ,my -wr-..v,....w.. www -som vw STUDENT COUNClLf195 Jane Bartel, Treas- urerg Eric Jochum, Presidentg Lori Thompson, Sec- retary 1,-bil ' 5: ' ' 'assi 1+ .- X ff'lfSs?'51 S-Rafi? 1-N 'ff .T C . ,, ,vi , .- V. X ,x I , 1 ., wuwwa C. STUDENT COUNCIL !"'.1':2Z'1':x:.':-M---...... on CON'T Student Council is a student government organization that tries to keep the school in line from the student's point of view. They sponsor Homecoming and Winter Festival besides allowing us to have a Coke Machine and numerous other activities. All this is done to help us get through the school year. S r -M-.vs 'S e g ' . , 1 i 'xXx-sv -9,17 h ,f y , A. ,,. ,N yt , is - '- .ails . N 1 Q X ' ' "5...f 3 E QQ, 3 y .Q - 3 1 35 if ---- Q vrx- l I 'li ACTIVlTlES! 196 ,MA .,,, . C . , ,,.....s.-as--H-" .ZZ Q Nanette DiTomaso, Vice President METAL SCULPTURE In the industrial section of the school, a group of imagin- ative and artistic students solder their ideas together. These students learn to work with metals form of art tion of Mr. they finish prove their illusion with to create a new under the direc- Germock. When their creations skill to form an metal. Row 1: Cheryl Tuory, Crystal. Wendy Cerbin. Joanna Buck, Mr, Germock Row 2: Bill Fur- ley, George Newcomb. Kevin Zaller, Jeff Hegeous, Rob Crombie L K f' SOPH. CLASS .J ' at -' , ' t 'I ., 'Sp Q-Q H ' Q , ' f- 9 L. t A, 1 3 i My Eggxiigsix 912: T P i..wr'f""x' Y' F Q i Row 1, Left to Right: Sandy Snyder, Char Gole, Angie Tyler, Sharon Knack Denise Myers. Kathy Kehn. Row 2: Linda Lawrence, Tamrny Corbran, Dawn Ehrhart. Doug Leu. Row 3: Bill Sowers, i P t JUNIOR CLASS Row 1, Left to Right: Carol Hanson, Sandy Morgan, Naomi Higaki, Diane Cibrik, Laura Sele- man, Sunita Gupta, Laura Norton, Debbie Grubb, Patti Purvis, Kathy DeMarco. Row 2: Diane Fakult, Karen Nainiger, Ellen Kessler, Svetlana Beros, Eileen Welton. Beth Laufer, Vicki Centa, Jane Bartel, Chris Redman, Jackie Morabito, Row 3: Millie Jarc, Jackie Hall, Josie Jarc, Jill Badstibner, Donata Schultz, Duane Foy, Joe Mersnic, Jeff Potokar, Joe Harbert, Cathy PeDone, Row 4: Jackie Reider, Sue Nemeth, Georgine Kormos, Rosie Nacinivich, Debbie Fagan, Ken Bernacki, Scott Bratton, Pam Parker, Nancy French, Sabrina Martinak. Row 1, Left to Right: fCabinet7 Nancy French, Naomi Higaki, Carol Hanson, Sandy Morgan, Josie Jarc, Row 2: Pam Parker, Joe Harbert, Joe Mersnick, Ken Bernacki, Jeff Potokar, Rosie Nacinoyich, Millie Jarc. fl? "W xx t I ' Y. Jae X 1 A .QR -Mx : X xr rl J V Q , 1-' 'X 'Q .wr lg ,-. ,X ,Q s 3, , . , ft Sf LM lcd, NC 'Q i?tg, 'fat a- i Q tag fi, N? J -1 2 'sk '-'5s.B'k:+sf: Fi ' ' Qc 3 1 ' S -- 'r W' M 1 . ' I ' , :rig . SX XA A I J . .gs ii! ul : " . fi f 'i'R ' , I .,,z ACTIVITIES! 197 PO DER PUFF lt's Blue vs. Gold in the one of the most ex- citing football games of the year. Yes, this does prove that girls can play football just as rough as the guys. The only thing that girls do better and look nicer doing is cheerleading or being a majorette! But the guys tried hard. After a hard fought game, the Competition was ended in sudden death overtime with the score of 14-14. BLUE TEAM nv. " E-:J ' "' "H -isp" ,..' ' . ' L' t .MR 2. " C fb -sf Row 1: D Fowler, N Walters, N Bregitaerg L Oberaitisg K Kirtchner, N. Bregitzer, J Fette, E. DeLambo Row 2 C, Simpsonl F. Claybough C. Petrick, C Tice. K Bolsa, C Nelson: L.S1bert,D Grdnia, M Krnc, Row 3, P Santorellig K, Remarcykg L, KeyesL L. T. Bates: C Berryman J, Slejkog K Websterg K Sidman Nt X Q' X x X -pwx XX -z. I. x XX KX x X B M X QQ X so Q Q 1g agua sf' Prop? GOLD TEAM K Sudman, M Ermeg T Schembre, M Joyceg G Freda-rkmg: M. Rezonag D Kmgg S Petrnch, D Goryup Row 2' J Masor1gD Paul, C Hames, N Gundlmg, L Cergan, P Smuth, C Shuster, K Breniar, M Mews: D Murphyg B Tancredng E. Jochum Row 3' G Kuchta, J Buck, S Vamahg C Perryman, J Matuza, L Mnsch, K Remarcyk, J Dommer, D Bu!-1ovnc,J Kato: B De-be-vec J ,. . . . .. ..L,, Q V J A' ' . V fx 1. 1 , .J z 2 X L :Dx 'il .c X ,,1i3gx Q 1 '3 -1123--' f M---ww - N ' "-a ni. r, 1.-f-Z - ' ,.. :"'2'-'::,::Q: "::g.,,.x if --gg, -W 1' Fi A . '1 ,J f 0 A ' it Qi 1 'sw' W SHN '- ' x . ag 'W uh' , .h 'ii' ' ' JSM TIME OUT FOR GINGER 1978 FALL PLAY X K N N by X NIS' N 'E . . a.-,NM '-:-Ny af-:va-.rf.-1-zfr,---.. :ri-1:51-ffm Bob Crane Jam Bour, Matt D'Armcog Jackie Schultz: Julie Nagodeg Laura Novoselg Jackue M Male Chauvumst Pug!! 435,M:4Vg:s5gf,sgs:f2- rp. :-sp v,,f.,q:.-.g,5.:. ,,-:g::::-Qgg,-:- 1.4:-.:::-:g'::,Tfifg: -..-:g:-:- as 314- .4--ff.: .xr orablto Melody Musick Dave Eros ' w W X :X QNX x 'V-" +I vi Y. N fi al . Q S5 -1 . r Q3 I iw- i 51 1 -'S . E ii-' 4. -we - F, . My X . W w. kc xx Q 4 X EQ- 7 : .3 il' :V f 6 9.5:VN' xx :-, 1 X 4 , 35' F,- Yi-X E-5' S .-, Yip - xi is fif, if Q. wfs. 'T Decisions, decisions , . N .s, x, N The Fall Play, Time Out for Ginger, was a delightful comedy of the changing status of young women in today's society. Ginger, played by Jackie Morabito, is an energetic, young athlete who wishes to prove something to her- self by making the high school foot- ball team. Excellent performances were given by Laura Novosel, who played the outraged principal, and Dave Eros, who played the con- fused father. CAST Li Agnes ..... ..... Z ....... ..... Howard ............ Joan ........ ..... Jeanne ............. Ginger .............. Tommy Green Mrs. Wilson ...... Ed Hoffman ..... Dawn Dureiko Melody Musick Dave Eros Julie Nagode Jackie Schultz Jackie Morabito Matt D'Amico Eddie Davis ....... ,Jim Bour Laura Novosel Bob Crane Girl talk ACTlVlTIES!201 as Q-- GYM LEADERS Gym leaders assist in teaching the physical education classes at Euclid High. They take attendance, referee games, and demonstrate various techniques used in gym. They are dedicated to the usefulness of physical fitness of the school. Through various money raising activities such as, flower sales and bake sales, they are able to come up with the funds to do things together as a group. 1 we Elistjaa-eizrif'-ft -' .ll E J ,Xxx f""0, i Q t Left to Right, Top Rowt fOfficers5 Cheri Strah, Mrs, Fox, Second Row: Meg D'Anna, Jan Stanek, Kathy Rymarczyk. Bottom Row: Jan Udovich, Karen Rymarczyk L ' , 9 , F' f 5 151- P if ' I -a t f!!U'i Q t sa x N 4 - i lf 1 fi v l I l 'fix ff h V if I if 'Y l ' .tt sg I ' ,Qfi c zjiijjff s-'. jjj +5 B B , K, i at t,.s l l'ry'j1.,'f-.glvgfli X In 2 f N ' , 1.. ,- Y... ,W ACTIVlTlESf202 S Left to Right, Row 1: Meg D'Anna, Cheri Strah, Jan Stanek, Karen Rymarczyk, Jan Udovich. Row 2: Ferolynn Powell, Diane Cubnk, Svetlana Beros. Vickie Chapman. Mickey Boloeanoff, Maureen Du- pay. Lisa Wardiener Terri Mackanos, Row 3: Mary Jo Balazs. Dawn Dureiko. Laura Seleman, Carol Hanson, Louise Perryman, Carrie Schuster, Martha Eyman, Marie Papes, Lori Thomp- son, SWIM LEADERS The water may be cold, but by the end of swimming, even the most avid landlovers, ap- preciate the help of these skillful leaders. Supervised by Mr. Resch, these students accept the responsibilities of teaching others to swim correctly. They are also in charge of taking at- tendance, getting equipment needed, and con- ducting warm up exercises, ' ' 33175 ROW 1: Cl to rj Michelle Lonchar, Jane Bartel, Nancy French, Julie Skur ROW 2: Mark Carney, Todd Reese, Denise Eiermann, Joe Connelly Karen Johnson, Linda Hansen, Laura Zebold, John Mullin, Greg Pyle, Beth Laufer, Barb Moeller, Mark Powers ROW 3: Debbie Render, Kathy DeMarco Patty Hastings, Linda Francetic, Millie Jarc, Mark Krnce, Greg Savernik, Dave Eros ROW 4' Joe Bacchi. Bob Clarke, Nathan Holland Ellen Kessler, Josie Jarc 2 5 2 ' 4" ,MT ,,,, A- ,J SU 'H ff l l?gS-:.i,,i??'?Eff."i:-.:.f-:l,c e- iff f1"" .3 M ""' 'T' ' -. ,ag "' .,,,,,,'. 3 W I E 1: . Rt- 'E It X ,. f- '-Lf: ' me , 'Q '- -f: ' i I Wa 2:3 -er A -R, , f ' I A It 4 xt ' T. . I I-A -of M jlrjngs-. M X X "if " ' . - W1-:. --iw' ., i Eli-..4..E!SP :t g ., . R U X' U 1 ' - 3 - Y-V'-:"-",s.--,..55 . Q T K Z B I H. 111 Y ll! ' AIT F ' --,- 1 1X1 t K " TL':'i-. t L .... - , E - ' O4 ACTWITIES WAI NAPOLO The 1978-1979 Wai Napolo Swim Team trained every Monday and Wednesday to perfect their aquatic skills in synchronized swimming. They not only learned how to scull and stay afloat at the same time but complicated stunts which were used for their annual swim show. The two adults who are in charge of this year's swim club, Miss Laura-Fondran and Miss Judy Carmody, deserve a big thank you for all their time and encouragement given to the club. This talented swim club is an as- set to Euclid Senior High School. ' . T " ...keeSN'KX t tmtsiy- . FQ L at X Wai Napolo Members: Clockwise: Pam Smith, Nancy Gundling Wendy Wright Darlene Bowins Diane Perusek Holly King Marcia Pierce Cathy Berlan, Diane Andrews, Linda Lawrence, Laura Zebold Shelley Miller Nancy French Anne Shilander Jennifer Thomas Jane Palinkas Hannah Gleisser, Sabrina Martinak, Jeanne Busher Lora Hanson Not Pictured Pam Parker nhl Xt. is t f 4 4 f N X BX X2 ve l I ' a ' l M -'f.1?3!!!'l f pri' 'N E I . a f ,. s, N Xt Q ,X x t Qt l i Ex ,. A 4 x,.. ,M Bottom Row: Left to Right: Marilyn Mechle. Chris Kucmanic, Charlette Brown, Beth Laufer, Char Gole. Row Two: Dan Himmelman, Debbie Sulkowski NI H.b. SKI CLUB This year s Ski Club met during Jan- uary and February on Thursdays to go skiing They were able to afford these trips to Boston Mills from their hard- working candy campaign The Ski Club members were very lucky this year in having very good skiing weather. These students should be proud of themselves for the improvement of skills needed in this fast moving and exhilarating sport. Grubb, Mimi Erne, Ellen Kessler, Kelly Clevenger, Joe Mersnik, Wendy Wright, Sandy Frank, Jane Shunk, Sally Jones, Eileen Welton, Rosemary - I - . ACTlVlTlES!205 SENIOR CLASS This year's Senior Class was very successful in all they did. The Senior Class was in charge of organizing and putting on the Powder Puff football games bet- ween the Blue and Gold Senior girls. The Senior class also put together Sen- iot Talent Night. Their ef- forts were all paid off when the success of Senior Prom became evident. 9 Senior Class Front Row: Kim Boka, Nancy Taulein, Laurie Oberaitis, Row 2: Katie Kirchner, Ginnie Fred erking, Pam Atkins, Mimi Rezona, Carrie Shuster, Kathy Rymarczyk, Lisa Cerjan, Terry Baitt Laura Novosel, John Mullen, Row 3: Connie Walsh, Betty Martin, Donna Miller, Jan Stanek, Tina Wade Kathy Suschak, Becky Tancredi, Matt D'Amico Row 4: Jim Waschura, Marybeth Legen, Dave Eros, Tom Was chura, Laura Draxler, Nancy Steele, Gary Kuchta, Karen Rymarczyk, X lx tsp X A gtiilixigx-tifglwgytiy X W 2- '1Mxitsiawfttwtx- us NN' I x t N .,wit.i:t.t-WQQMNXN W Ny i X 1 IXX 'X XII 'flIQNIQQ-,NIQQBWxX'y,XNXX X 'IQI NN Ll. QZQFRQQNEEQISI '- :Il ix X I Xi X N X -ag Q XNNWX I . RNS .: I .' ,.i.,t.:. wi. N C W ,- Lg-X, "Q - N'-'x-E 1. lg-tt -1:-NTSwt+YEEiNlMWx- I' wi it Ny,-X . ii, QQSSK WN X N WN tux 'K if 'XX . i ' ' '. v 'ft ' .,,, ' MX Lmttg.. XSXNINK I N N xnxx Q gli, I Ng yilx we N, Xtttllitaflielll Xliiali RA A vwflsglsx II Ng ' 'Si ilililll'E'ii i r .,.. is wt iiliiiiiiill lil- X NN N tx max, D 4 1 206!ACTlVITlES SENIOR CABINET f v CJ rf." .. ' f l l AD CLUB The talented girls who sell you a ticket to home games are members of the Ad Club. They also assist the Faculty Manager in helping to pro- mote high school sports. They should be commended for the professional way they handle their jobs. XX l f f X In ff Ad ci b B R R o b P X u ottom ow: enne s orne, am ,.. 53 .avi Adkins, Nancy Heimsoth, Colleen Campbell f Qofyiw'-, Row 21 Kim Terrlll, Amy Amoidchafooie. NW-.',"Q-' - h Jackie Morabito Row 3: Chris Bednar, Diane Cavell, Sharon Harth, Jeanine Swoboda. : - 31 S' .. - ..:5E5' '-,,, f ACTlVlTlES!207 A. ' A EUCLIDIAN EDITORS cc... The Euclidian is this schooI's answer for pre- serving the events of the year. The editors, as- sistant editors, photographers, and staff do 4 their best to produce a great yearbook full of facts, fun, and fantasy. J' 5 'px ., l 1 , , ' A Co-editor-in-chief, Jackie Mihelcic A ts N X X XXX . A X2 , M X if 13,1 Q25-1 .1 , i i - .1152 ies ,sou , ,, rs, ... ,a-3,-A. , ,, i2 1125-. .gf . ,. . f..v.i 1: L '33 21+ 'A A ' 1 'f2:3?l,5,i'f f th V-'51 - ' ' " 1 5' "1 1- 1" "W xg, - 3' yt' -I 21:5 rim. , ",.-.-3 K ' NY -fui-HFV --HMJ1' ,X 1 avg- , A I A- - .Zz '1 W t gif ' if? --,....-..t..W.,.............. , q if' 1 Eur:-1 2 Wing' 'gmt' I . .1 11 - 'Q --ffffffiffffv N23 A 255: iff. , Pin: if-isfrwmy-t 111. .mg L . i ' Q3 1 'i 1 kiwi Yi ' W A z AQ, A i g'Li,gii4j'esf4,g!i"f' N- N- , 2 +L it ' '.1sC'i1fE1 1, N 'ss Md A- 1. t L - - X A--' -A 'psi ,- fl 1 1 gi- , . is x A Q -A X V Nhixmfsx I N 1 X .,., ixff' K' T. ,. Activities editor, Cheryl Petrick Activities right-hand person, Elaine Ayers - ' - A- -Q---w--A-mmwmrsxlmimwrxmmwsww.:fcr':s:s1mmww, ., , 15. gyygggvsg-'ges--Skvxffrkfxfm- at ,Xj,,,,f,, ,.Xj,gN,,f,., V, 1 K "Niko W -52 , W1 ogg 1.Sk.iMt3t.7,.,t. N: c ., v.- .. Y X - I LA' M I 'f. 'IIS Q i i .,,. 1 f P-f2?L"il-5 Ads editor, Jim Simeo Underclass editors, Sue Nemeth and Kathy DeMarco A , . ...Mmw-xmmw xii? Pb:- .in ,kr L' Sports editor, Jill Badstibn Qx in :J . l K A q F- t .-v'P"'A ' T x x 5. el' iii 25' . , :iqjge L" -g ,- H: 'fa2?:f2 - eff X t., sifrxl . .1 I ,,33w - fx, wwf, lr Co-editor-in-chief, Hannah Gleisser f'-NXN it '- iii in , E.. in i is 2 ' ' "" '. fi E f Q. Sf r l i Senior editor, Mimi Erne Faculty editor, Joanna Buck Head Photographer, Jim Millar ACTlVITlES!209 EUCLIDIAN VS. SURVEY we :1.,ai:t,,,.. , .." '?tff:"" -1 ' -a . ,,1 pf" ' On November 5th, the first Euclidian vs Survey foot- ball game was played. The two rival teams went into ' . i the game with confidence and the will to win. The E, game ended as the. Survey team edged over the Eu- if' - ,13 5 T L clidians by one point. The final scorewas to 7. Congratulations to both teams for making this event g l as - - - -mp, is we " '. "g.:-f'-5L2"',,5.ii'2' something to remember in the coming years. .w,, 43.5, i 1, sviv gg. ,eff six.. '1- .- ' T 'W' rf-vqgsfil' ',,31::" .-N --2,, f' A , ,- -,I , - . , " Euclidian Members: Row 1 fl to rl: Carol Chase: Brian Renog David .ledahowskig helcicg Joanna Buckg Millie Jarcg Donata Schultz: Debi Lewing Chris Tice: Row 2: Judy Mast: Ann Wintleg Svetlana Berosg Eileen Weltong John Brentarg Joe Mersnikg Ernieg Colleen Driscollg Bob Zagoreg Mike Kupferg Cathy Santag Kathy DeMarcog Brentarg Sue Nemethp Carol Hanson: Jim Simeog A :F-W-' 5 'f'-. ev gf I .NS , E Run, Jim, run! 4 'S A 4 C CS' I ' . l't Rt Dale Grubbg Sue Davidson: Jackie Mi- Nameless Christiang Kelley Clevangerg Diane Cibrikg Row 3: Scott Wrightg Mimi Hannah Gleisserg Chris Bednarg Karen X 9. H i ,XA li .. ,W , tx' V -l 42,54 - .- 1 6 --,.-T? N lg. Q9 -WW -V wi . X 'NL ULF " X f " 1- ' Q X A Q . K T S 3, .g,,-f:v'f'f'.f"- ' 'C :e:.'j..g: . , W, t,.,i...,.j0JV... H rflwtxfkp . W ' ' r IMXQQ M as--Q-'3fa'WmSiaRQe.1'X'-'t "' 0 7 x 2 - of . - Q' ww' . v- N ff' .tg - V -- R' 3' ii- c'a't Q ' t' ., fi ' T ' rt T - ACTIVlTlES!21O pon i' f mf 5351 'V .2 f 1 Survey Members. Bottom CI to rbi Art Buannog Judy Krncg Greg Scnalkg Andrea Buannog Patty Purvus1 Jan Udovnch Middle fl to ry: Sharon Synkg Jackie Zorko: Terry Donner: Dawn Enrnartg Robbne Rackerg Sabrnna Martlnakg Marcua Myersp Sandy Nicholls, Ann Zak, Georgene Kormos Top QI to rj: John Erosg Svetlana Berosg Joe Nlersnlkg Naomi Hugakug Carol Hansong Linda Francetucg Claudia McChancyg Donna Furmang Joe Harbertg Sue Nemeth ' Q9- , ,.- P , - Q z',:f-fi-"" " -- If - ' 1. . ,-'- SL 9 144 1 ff... ,J .i.1"4'v1.,+. 'vi is ,, . V I lf -' it -sf-'Q 5!!414 f1.5hv-p1fg.Kmv-f ,. ', ' -'U' ' .. .h . . I A, X ,,,.:,,,.- Jw., Q 4, yi 3 ff- f ww-A W 5 Q' ,. L, ,gif-ff " -ff f vz..- "0 f ,.-.-1 1:.l?zvS::? sl:: 1 . N -.fgnigr L. W, NK k b. fri- jj." ' f ', ,. -jig FNW AA ' ,355 'Q-1" "-' ' -2-' '-xx-253' ," f " :, 4 L.,- .,.... lr-- -' W ,S . x Y ,XX How come rivals make the best playmates? ACTIVITIESXZII SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF SURVEY The Survey is Euclid High's es- teemed newspaper. They feature movie and restaurant reviews as well as school activities, sports news, and the opinions of the stu- dents. The Survey comes out about once a month. CRlghtJ Advisors: Mr. Antonin: and Mr. McGuinness Qbottomj Editors-in-Chiefs: Donna Furman and Claudia McChancy ii 'IYMQ , fg Q 45 2 4 - -1,-W Front Row: Karen Garapic, Jim Mullally, Linda Peirolol Row 2: Mary Beth Ficere. Michelle McCIuskey, Chris Mullens, Mr. Mize. . , .lair Bottom Row: Left to Right: Marty Zupancic, Eric Jochum, Vince Malone, Bob Debevc, Dave Nichting, Jeff Schroll, Bob Bokar, Top Row: Gary Kuchta, Greg Barnauskas, Jay Attwood, Carl Pungerchar, Bill Bildstein, Chip Neff, Mark Bukovec, Tim Yerman, Coach Seymour. Q. -- , Avg! ,,,. gi. 1" CN 1 '9" .f ?W.l . 4 T ,,g!"'l4Hlw Q5 4 Q' , xi., Y, 4 y .I 0 , tt 'Nix . .1 El. ' J' Q ' A ' f fl. ' 'V .- rx., lsr K I AW 4 K- -, ,"gnk"xJ. il IN' 'af 'ft . T -B M' 'ar-sv " ' i 6 rf Al' 1 - 1:3 if 'X if S ,'l Y' f" , 'Y .,-.-, w x 1 M -' . .4 .. im,-B B- as-' ""' P fbi-sr 'Q Q . Ie 8 T' 1 e T r T nv. ll e Cr f ' Y- , ', ' ,. J l 1. , fi' ,-u-I M5 141 f A ri A. - . ' ' l ef - - T l LETTERMAN The Letterman Club has been a service type club for the past 15 years. The activities that have been most productive are Don- key Basketball Games, Euc- lid High 'Mug' sales, Lift- a-thon Drives. The money derived from these activit- ies has been used to sup- port athletics in the high school- mainly our weight room facilities. --L-...tuna v -.v..Sasavn-eff? 1- . ACTlVlTlES!213 2 4 WINTER PLAY MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE This year's Winter Play was a light comedy titled, More Than Meets The Eye. It was performed on February 1,2, and 3rd. Stanley, portrayed by Dave Eros, was a children's author. Being embarrassed by writing child- ren's novels, he used a ghost name of a grand- mother. Stanley got into more trouble by win- ning the "Grandmother of the Year" award. Instead of confessing his pen name, Stanley went along with the con. Some outstanding actors and actresses were Laura Novosel, David Eros, and John Eros. NMYKWXN .w. i if F3 .Q ' tt,-.9 Ssgzg-g: ' riar.,-f' , . Wag' x ' v -N' Dust waits for no man!! CAST Maude ........ Peggy .......... . . Denise Fetko Nora ......... Christine ... Stanley ........ Bradley .......... Prudence Harper Carl Henderson . Cyril B. Hoskins . Miss Jenkins .... . . Laura Novosel Jackie Morabito .. . Amy Arnold ... Julie Nagode .. . David Eros Jim Bour ,... Dana Salem Jim Choromanski ... ....... John Eros . Melody Musick ACTlVlTlES!215 WINTER FESTIVAL ww yi !'Ul 1 '9K 1 'Kgs GX v ex -W SR .-.N , 2 1 EMACTIVITIES THE DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES WWF S1--3' ,411 L A 1 ACTIVITIES!217 WINTER FESTIVAL COURT JILL WHALING, GARY COLLINS, MARY BETH LIGAN, DON KING, MARK KORDIC, CHRIS PERRYMAN, JAY ATTWOOD. JANE BARTEL, KING JACK SHELDON, QUEEN LISA SIBERT. l JUNIOR ATTENDANTSZ JANE BARTEL, JAY ATTWOOD SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS: GARY COLLINS. JILL WHALING IS ' ACTIVITIES Li--1 156 KING JACK SHELDON AND QUEEN LISA SIBERT 219 'U BO Q l, SYMPHONIC BAND 0 I can't play. I broke my nail! Woodwinds: 'Cleft to rightj Row 11 Judy Braun, Jackie Hall, Robbie Racker, Leslie Johnson, Ruthanne Kubik. Row 2: Debi Lewin, Debbie Render, Sue Nemeth, Judy Hasse, Heidi Cerbin, Lori Tepley, Sharon Synk, Patty Drienka, Row 3: Bob Blevins, Karen Mackel, T.J, Theodore, Jim Mc- Chancy, Mary Beth Hungerford, Chris Tice, Kathy Lemmon, Barry Mitan, Row 4: Don Mal,one, Mark Juratovic, Bob Martin, John Emser, Lisa Schieman, Mark Wal- ters. Not Pictured: Maria Sain K?5f5N57f'S ...,... 'P-. ' 1 Percussion: Cleft to rightj Devin Wilson, Steve Kurrent, Tom Balasz, Kevin Kelley, Eric Besselman. Q NX ,, . ,..... F .,...- M Sal Brass: Cleft to rightj Row 1: Marty Talty, Tom Galon. Bob Penicka, Brian Reno. David Hershey, Paul Klo- der, Mike Hone. Row 2: Stan Matras, John Arnold, Gary Summerhill, Bob Thompson, Doug Rawlings, Linda Fran- cetic, Scott Johnson, Neil Bierer Row 3: Paul Cala- brese, Greg Andersky. Not Pictured: Dave Treichel. ,, l .tx l Q, L N, CONCERT BAND ii 1 rms-.,,' .avg -.NHC 2 Percussionfleft to Rightj Keith Stumpf, Tom Hink, Chris Owens, Ken Johnson, John Rose. Qi. L ,. K il ' ,,.. - i 3- f1XL...i-f , L1 it , -.407 :sv -.4-. :N I 1 :Kiki AW 2 Winds:Row 1: Christine Pate, Re- nee Sly. Judy Krnc, Sally Jackson, Diane Reed. Row 2: Don Knific, Ted Fabec, Dave McGraw, Mark Krofina, Dave Woodruff, Joe Porten, Row 3: Ray Simpkins, Mike Handford, Mike Cotter, Diane Andrews, Mike Malone, Margie Stephens, Barb Starr, Chris Horvath. Row 4: Scott Bratton, Ed Petric, Joe Novak, Rich Horvat, Dan Bauer, Jim Gordon, Tom Rusich, Marty Jones, Denise Szabo. cllllv fd' WN Q Y "' Q fj- v 'EY-x X, if 9' v-R ..-f r r " , - U4, 4, ,.. W r A Jn, V , im '- --.fi f'1 -3f'-J , , , , . . , 7 V ,KW I ., , , ,. ' , A L" endif - V L 2 'Ii 2 Brass:Row 1:Nav Singh, Brian Speroff, Mike Kalka, Dave Bukovec, Dale Grubb. Row 2:Gary Lesnuk, Ralph Zittkowski, Gary Beadle, Jirn Fakult, Dan Reichert, Row 3:Bob Elze, Richard Crino, Tom Boschi, Geoff Pritchard, JohnVoIota,PauI Rossman, Karl Besselman Row 4:Ken Burton, Glen Zerby, Mark Shimonek, Tim Kornoski, Mark Gordon, Charlie Booms, Phil Srnik. --,,-ff ulflfa .Q-ff Hiqq' ' 'Q V--f..,i..,'1 ig- "", i -...,,. ORCHESTRA The 1979 edition of the orch- estra brough beautiful music to the listener's ear. Under the dir- ection of Mr. Hudson, these ta- lented students were able to im- prove their musical talent. The young musicians brought to the high school a deeper respect for the pleasure of listening to classical music. Front row: Left to Right: Janine Swoboda, Chris Salopek, Janine Kato, Beth Hook, Frank lnsana, Terry Boggs. Back Row: David Ponsart, Jeff Griffen, Patty Hastings, Mark Lawyer, Lori Stevko. STAGE BAND That steady and loud beat you heard throughout the halls Wednesday after- noons was not the E-room jukebox but the sound of talented musicians. The sounds that they produced not only cleared your eyes but gave you something to stomp your feet about. Their upbeat music brought a spirit of joy and exhiliar- ation to everyone who list- ened. Their many concerts provided happiness to everyone who heard them. Y x im ' XX x , tx t x X x X t N . X t mwmfssS?t w SMC fr'i9ff-5'1'.z..E.Qf11 i ' 3 s A - X Row One: left to right: Don Malone, Jim McChancy, Scott Bratton, Bob Martin, Mary Beth Hungerford. Rovi Two: Judy Hasse, Neil Beirer, Linda Francetic, Doug Rawlings. Row Three: Gary Lesnick, David Hershey Brian Reno, Dale Grubb, Dave Treischel, Mike Hone. Row One: David Beal. Row Two: Kevin Kelly, Steve Kurrent, Mark Lawyer, Diane Fakult, Tom Bal ' I x X f X , .-. ..4?.As" . BZS. l frm. - 1 -- Y ' 2 V f mfr- r--'xx X X .1 f J I hh -Lg-Y' H 'F qi ' dl v WK- K' 'wi f 0 rf M 'jf , Q - 'I l b M11 i i'r2' ' ' - . v 2" - 1-V A ' , -' ' ' f J t 'A .".1'?.,' f Z, ,.- 5721 - . ' 9"1"f2v:. ' if l"f'f4elao5J"'W "f9'w:'f.. 0 New x Y. 7 l ' -3 . -li n42..:f:P1n5:n.--11f',-g f . -. sv 94. -xfifgfi ' J-1 2 .J F J, ,il '4 -A ,f 15... N-ik ,if W. Um, ll!llIl,lllliltl mm 3 4, .: of-W4 , '- M ,' wg.-ii "ky, A-a n l - -V ,Q Q N N il Q fl X ke -x q w : L, , , , . , V ,, - ' ll' ' E 7 f Back Row CL-RJ: Jim Millar, Elaine Ayers, Sue Nemeth, Kathy DeMarCo, Cheryl Petrick, Svetlana Beros, Hannah Gleisser Front Row: Jill Badstibner, Carol Hanson, Mimi Erne, Helene Lusoski, Jackie Mihelcic. CEUCLIDIANJ I.Q.S. International Quill and Scroll is a small, select group, outstanding journalists who have donated their time and efforts to the Euclidian, 32553, and the Survey. All members should feel honored with their achievements in the field of journalisim. ll he 9, if Andrea Buanno, Cathy Santa, Julie Fifik, Terri Donner Andrea Buanno, Svetlana Beros, Donna Furman, Carol Hanson, flyingj Greg Schalk QFSF- Q Q- Wlllllliii ll J ' , P t ,- 1 IPHW..-'Mmrllit 111553 73.7.5 'Will x!s.,"'ff-L. ' ii iJ,.'+ --x.......--, it V i ' 411 enjoyment to the rest of the is 1 6 , SARS X school. The tenth grade choir was if 1 N accomplished in their perform- 5' W ances during the winter and spring X concerts. The Choral Masters are made up of juniors and seniors. They enlightened everybody with their musical talents on Channel 'W ' 43's Christmas special. The Var- sity Chorale is another choir in the high school. This special group practices as an extra-curricular activity. Their performances brought happiness to everyone listening. All of these choral members should truly be proud of their participation in their musical endeavors. .t sw: f 'Lili 'Q AR. CHORAL MASTERS Qlisted alphabeticallybz Pam Adkins, Jeff Anderson, Jason Bailey, Rosemarie Bene, Laura Bennett, Svetlana Beros, Darlene Bowins, Ellen Buck, Joanna Buck, Lisa Cerlan, Laura Chukayne, Diane Cibrick, Meg Clements, Matt D'Amico, George Demyanchik, Julie Diem- itrov, Cindy Downie, David Eros, Rob Frank, Ginnie Frederking, Chris Gordon, Debbie Grubb, Renee Hall, Linda Hansen,Ken Klebak, Ruth Hom- mel, Judy Hornung, Mikki lafelice, Karen Johnson, Cindy Just, Ellen Kast. Rich Kidder, Katie Kirchner, Georgene Kormos, Sue Legan, Tom Liddy, Teresa Loraw, Laurie Malone, Mary Marks, Ann Masterson, Jeanne Matuch, Jeff Mavsar, Donna Miller, SaraMiller, Barb Moeller, Jackie Morabito, John Mullen, Melody Musick, Julie Nagode, Ed Noles, Nancy Nordman, Laurie Norton, Laura Novosel, Laurie Oberaitis, Sherri Ora- zem, Renee Osborne, Julie Otcasek, Susan Pahle, Debbie Paul, Janet Phillips, Cindi Rhyne, Linda Sauerman, Greg Savernik, Lisa Schieman Jackie Schultz. Dennis Sedlak, Ann Shzlander, Julie Skur, Suzanne Tekanic, Cynthia Vallee, Tom Washura, Dan Weiss, Eileen Welton, Cindy Woide, Debbie Zuzek CHOIRS This year's choirs, directed by mt QQkNNxXXXQN it Ronald Morgan, brought musical 'f . . T 's -- - P . -X X it . 'f .. A :Sti r V'--L s 'N 3 l Sf X x WUACTIVITIES Y D ,rf Le- gmail' K' - A I llk - Lui- I X X O O o ' G" O Q C ' 1 VARSITY CHORALE Row 1 CL-RJ: Matt D'Amico, Jeff Mavsar, Jeff Anderson, John Mullen, George Demyanchik Row 2: Laura Novosel, Ginnie Frederking, Judy Hornung, Katie Kirchner, Mimi Rezjona, Melody Musick Row 3: Greg Savernik, Svetlana Beros, Tom Liddy, Julie Skur, David Eros, Cindy Woide, Tom Wagchura 21:5 7,16 1 g if f 4' ff 6 ez . iz-,l 55? 2 M9 ,,,i: i -h frl- VA In f ,af S2 ,.uV A 1 , ' V Q 5 10th GRADE CHOIR Row 1 QL-RD: Lisa Son, Katie Cavan, Jill Nemecek, Jane Shunk, Steve Lausin, Jim Cater, Gia Raffaele, Linda Bozak, Beth Mabel. Shelley Ferrara, Nancy Takiguchi Row 2: Kim Ames, Kim Konet, Denise Myers, Barb Prizzi, Ken Ferlito, John Renshaw, Mark Cefaratti, Sharon Lesler, Lisa Berzin, Linda Boone, Dana Salem Row 3: Kelly Denihan, Connie Bell, Kelly Clevenger, Terri Aspinwall, Debby Skula Row 4: Carol Chase, Cathy Jones, Janet McCloskey, Bill Musick, Ed Zigman ACTlVlTlES!225 P.A. ANNOUNCERS "Good Morning, today is . . . " Those are the cheery voices of our morning announcers. They are essential in providing im- portant information such as club meetings, sports results, doughnut sales. It is very re- freshing to be awakened by these informative students, who are very enthusiastic about their jobs. MEDIA ' AIDS The students involv- ed in this group have a . . 'N very important job. ft " They provide the stu- X W' x dents with a break in the monotony of the classroom by delivering various audio and vis- ual equipment to aid the teachers with their lessons. They also tape all sports events so the coaches can view the games and work on the weak spots in the team. This is an important service to our educat- ional system. MEDIA AIDES kneeling Laura Ledonne Gary Collins Row 2 Dave Eros Tim Korynoskn Greg Andersky Steve Kurrent Stan Rozic Row 3 Linda Calllian Janet Bork Connie Bell Annette Batya SPORTS AIDES Track Aides, Wrestling Aides, and Swim Timers keep score, time, and run errands for the coaches. These price- less students are a great help for the athletic program here at Euclid. Y YL XL TRACK AIDES Row 1 CI to rj: Jackie Morabito, Janet Snyder, Renee Osborne, Colleen Campbell, Mary Jo Hulin, Nancy Heimsoth, Row 2: Julie Nagode, Judy Most, Ann Wintle, Heidi Cerbin, Kathy Lemmon, Diane Reese. 5 1 G El " ' Row 1 CI to rj: Karen Busdieck- fi' 3 R J, er, Lori Zivkovich, Dennise " -f . t g Eireman, Laura Bratina, Nancy N Q l K -'Q Mato, Nancy Schmitt, Carol 1 1 ' McAuthur: Middle, Kim Bur- Q ' rows, Kim Antonick, Sharon G 'D Lesler, Angie Boka, Linda Sul- F., N- ' , ,, -, livan, Sue Leonhardt, Bottom. mg, ir' Gina Evans, Lori Hone, Sue TI", l Gallagher, Eileen O'Brien. St-S 5 KE. 1 I Y k 1 75 "'.A ,Q K xxx., SL 16 w - " ' V v fl Row 1 QI to rj: Judy Horning, Laura Zebold, Nancy French, Chris Redman, Meg Clements, Connie Marsh, Row 2: Julie Nagode. Jackie Morabito, Susie Meglich, Joy Black, Debi Lewin, Donata Schultz, Louise Pardi, Seated in front of Row 1: Donna Miller, Laura Novosel-co-captains. I .-f.4?'5'P a 227 QEQRERZRKXSQ FOREIGN STUDENTS These students, who came from di- verse backgrounds, share in the exper- ience of our culture while we, in return, share in their culture. v i' i I .Jw .Y '. .40-va 'h ' x 228fACTIVlTIES .Bibi ' -,.i,.g'x-,, 2 HORSEMANSHIP Members of the Horsemanship Club learn the basic skills of riding techniques and proper care and maintenance of horses. Standing CL-RJ: Mrs. Smith, Jane Siedel Seated: Laurie Bennett, Anne Marie DiTorro i H' M :: i.- A ..., I k t ' 1 Q ' --i A fig .-. i W .,,,,,., K K. i i H ,R P . . . , N . - , !5 J 11 n N 1 ' - f' t 11.159 -x -, ,ff '- -.' is: ' ' V A . X i ,f X , ' Ni ' Xxxl .. X xg xxxq , ,QQ PINOCHLE Under the supervision of Mr. Sallach, these students meet periodically to engage in a friendly game of cards,which gives them a chance to improve skills and have fun. Counter clockwise: Elise DeLambo, Lori DeLambo. Mr. Sallach, Meg Clements, BATTLE OF THE CLASSES '79 Q 'H QR:,.1!"!F--- ,- qw-, Q 0'--vw., .,, ,,,, ' f -f A H Y'f"' "'h--'fx' 2. J. 229 W nr. Tri lirlfll gt? 'HF' E 15 , ' D C T Front Row CL RJ Kathye Turner Dawn Bussey Stefanie Potichny, Richard Pappas, Diane Jagielski, Brian McCluskey Row 2: Mike Stevko Paul McFadden Jim Cek Torn Huldermen Steve Cetlnsky Back Row: Ed Shaner, Mike Bruening, Sue Jarmuskiewicz. Ken DECA Distributive Education Clubs of America is a vocational course that prepares students for the exciting retail world! We learn how to sell, run a retail store, budget our money, and do our tax returns. We work in actual jobs, for which we receive grades. D E Class Front Row CL RJ Sue Vanah Gary Rall Row 2 Sherri Walls, Jeff Jones Row 3: Amy Goodfellow, Tom Weglarz, Frank Kovac, Lynn Nocera Dan Longstreth Row 4 Debbi Selvaggio Terri Kaneen Donna Welndel, Chris Roper, Scott Raymont, Joanne McCaskie, Andrea MacLeodl Patty Lauria Row 5 Mark Bordonaro Diane Penko, Steve Medves. .Img X, ,..., ..-'V' mwgtwy, lil H 1' 1 THANKS FOR THE HELP ON THE '79 YEARBOOK Euclidian Advisor, Mr. Dickinson Euclidian Advisor, Mr. Petrovic i F Mike Kupfer, Scott Wright Cathy Santa, Kathy Suschak Q X ' X "3 -E 5 , Q si M M Bob Zagore, Ann Zak, Debi Lewin Leslie 'N I- N. A V 519,5- ei me Q, Q 515'-uf A Li, T ,,,, EHICAGU .-, 1.. Vi "dai f 0 - rf 11 Ss. Otcasek f 5 'sr X -noi - ,ts-2:2 l itz- 4 l , 2 fl Jr. Child Care Class Row 1: Jenny Wylie, Theresa Srniddy, Laura Pogorelski, Terri Weber, Pam Parker, Patty Schultz, Karen Wonderly Row 2: Angie Dombroksy, Kelly Sibert, Sue Nunnally, Sharon Schiller 5EZfxF'i'f ' ' CHILD CARE Held at Noble School, these students become involved with the preschool classes run there. They teach the children basic English, Math, science, and history, as well as songs, plays, and games. ial' 1- 'AH--r K , -5 I K ,I II ssl 1 gi!- 15 . I X , . ,X - , W.. --N, . X x. Xi Sr. Child Care Class - First Row: Leslie Henderson, Kelly Kinsey. Kathy Sladekg Row 2: Sue McCoy, Sharon Bolsar, Janet Pridemore, Renee Fanarag Row 3: Robin Vaughan, Kathy Albanese, Phyllis Miller, Pam Schultz, Mrs. Gordon l 2 andy gym Automotives ll Cl to rj: Bottom Row: Dave Wolf, Steve Golinar, Sam Ventura, Bob Suchevits, Ed Modic Gene Brokon, Jim Pivonik, Row 2: Doug Sisson, Mike Langdon, Brian Klun, Mike O'NeiIl, Bob Morris Glen Schwartz, Chuck Meyers, Dave Pysell, Lou Caplick, Bill Werstak, 1 - . Q g 1 iv, j, I X Jr '+V f'i3,'X 'ii' GW V 4- Q ., Hints,-'.jL1g-MAA ki AUTOMOTIVES 1 fl to rj: ROW 1: Dan Bosco, Bill Fierle, Bill Shega, John Fowle, Jeff Sidak, Gary Saba, Chuck Galer ROW 2: Pete Troha, Dave Ice Ray Burris, Dan Heglaw, Jack Wendel ROW 3: Larry Ede, Ron Kotar, Dan Ross, Jim Ferencak, Kevin Print NOT PIC- TURED: Rick Hrvatski, Jamie Sherman Dom Scheid. Gary Novsek, Karl Wendel, Joe Klepac LPN- - vw: + ,Nm-, , , K zrrzrfqxvxxws r -an x ,.,,.,N,..vuvs , 1' AUTO Automotives is a two year course in how to fix cars. These determined me- chanics learn how to fix anything on any type of car. For practice, many people bring their cars to these students for a slight fee. 3 i A .lg gl W: S sr . -,.3Q x N f, -1 eet f 5 r pantie rs rrsrr r tr W A' 'A ft i"' r """ W-w--- A----f ffjfmw' '---if-M ,d,, Fi , O' 'J at 'V' 'J 'J aass ' fi' ' "J, ' 4 4, 12" VOCATIONAL ART Vocational Art allows the student to improve his special skills as an artist. The students are now preparing for a future in sketching, painting, and other types of art. They not only dec- orate the halls with their beau- tiful artwork but offer their ser- vices to other clubs and activi- ties. Row 1, Left to Right' fVoc Art lj Sherri l-lolornek, Mrt Patton, Al Lottes, Cliff Norton, Greg Hennon Row 2: Mike Voase, Joe Bunch, Claudia Carlson, Benita Benedick, Diana Nleyenberg, Marian lannacci, Cheryl Pular, Tina Seachrist. ACTWITIESJZ34 Left to Right, Row 1: Woc Art lll Sue Capello, Pat Young. Row 2 Jill l-larich, Diane Graziano Becky Miller, Dawn Mulholland, Greg Pecnik, Mr. Patton, Karen Rossi, Not Present Sharon Solnosky, Nancy Samuel, Eugene Mulraney, Debbie Trepes, Nick Fisher, Jan Gilbert Tina Schembre, Y M' ' P "Y - -- -X ' Q A -we., r - A' R sig, ., 4 x ..... ui K- Y K fs , f i xx! Q it ,, .- t i lt , . ' 4' ' . 1, , X f . J , , . N ' F Q W Q x ., - w AX' ' ,, w i . K K Us sf Ekirr- eq .Qi f , 'xiqlf A x99 A X .rt ul- S X xx' - , ff- - 5 1. . ,Fl guru, ,, 1 A Q 8 l r V F ' S X I ' f ff ,Q ' fl 1 l QW I -1. ,Xi- -any "0 4-. 1 Junior Stenography. Seated: Mrs. Maureen Huefner First Row: Rob: Soeder, Vicki Krcal, Carol Bessler, Laurie Artzner, Andrea Schernbre, Yvonne Zurga, Mrs. Gretchen Dean Row 2: Kate Kotar, Nancy Lombardi, Debbie Cup, Renee Rose, Kathy DeMarco, Laurie DeLuca, Regina Cirota, Eileen Criado, Pat Miller Standing: Kathy Ludvik, Debbie Nerousky i. STENOGRAPHY 2 . . is 7.14 No, just because you couIdn't read those funny curves and lines, it wasn't an ancient method of communication. This was the stenographer perfecting her skill of short- hand. Shorthand was only one of the countless office techniques the stenographers learned. These girls were interested in the business world of Arnerica. Many fund-raising carn- paigns helped to cover their expenses. Senior Stenography Row 1: Ivana Rozrnan, Tami Chrestoff, Stella Tortoricn, Kerry Nelson, Pat West Row 2: Helen Strle, Nancy Penko, Marilyn Wata, Mary Thompson, Carol Haines Row 3: Mary Beth Legan, Mary Fuerst, Bernie Markiewicz, Jenny Boros, Chris Rolik .W AcTivmEsf235 "Ga 'Sxl C'l .exp 53-, VA Officers SENIORS Joanna Bucilli, Carla Sam- tonq Jeannette Gettes. Cathy Bregy, Linda Langg Sandy Coulter, Noreen Rag- gets, Monika Nlevvs, Angela Toigo, Mary Znidarsic, Cathy Phillips, Beth Hoon A 8 ,7 Eff? !:"77i24f "' , -1ga,21Q5:1gg, , 2' f , fx,'r.51fa f , A , 223 K' gg' Q. 1 4+ 'Q K s Qs SE S 5 S -. YK I I s 4 W-Q Y CLERK TYPISTS Students in the office education classes joined the Clerk Typists Club to develop leader- ship abilities and vocational competence by participating in vocational education and various civic and social activities. Through a number of sales, money was raised to pay for field trips and guest speakers. . i X VN XX . iw. K 'IKNRKN WW' KNKKNN Nwmggmxwwk NWYNNQ . ., 7-wN-twqQsxwwQqwvxv--:- Y 'ig-1 f-"' , ' X- --s--vw--xxvmxxwmww ww I f "" .V ' -K--ntwwwv JUNIORS y it X V Donna Wisniewski. Natalie :rx I ' Redlnag Roseann DiVincen2o1 Q' Q ' A 5 ' L ' PM U .lohnna Cook: Roseanne De- ' V ,Q ' ,N Mattleg Terri Meyersl Donna 7 .X 5 Ferrara: Rachel Manng Berna' ' ' 5 . X dette l-lannan Not Pictured S -A 21 : i t ' ' Sally Federico " 4 K' : N' X N f X ,.- 'i ' .-1 ii, -TX - X we f V z 5 ,XV E. l . 2 . Xi , yi- li 1. 1 2 , Q .H Q" xn xx , .i W Y - - tx XF i - r .T N N xx. ,X , XX . X N. X'- X - K-X' 'X . l , -it L xl ..... - X i D . Q ' " - QL A A' "tj t -Q ' ,, - ' Actlviti 'itfirgftrfi I' is L ' v ' ' 'rw w+:f"' i S sv' i i , X A ..-. ' 'vue' W Ji' .i f' mm.. linux: XI JR. ACCOUNTING .Y .,,,, np, Iii w- if I 'h if., W .. x 1 ' .4 Saleyg Lusa Lnttletong Helen Lnnaneg Mary Moses: fin, , , I . Sandy Cukerag Lunda Warner: Deron Malenda Row 2: Dennse Szabo: Lenore Berkg Marlon Klunq Patty Dolseng Lori Rogersg Bull Hallp Mario Pnnjuhg Not Pmctured Nena Yeckley :ns .. - , V A.: ,- -.f-.-QW , adam ' R. ,.-4 ., Q .-.q,.., "1 ...nf ,f ov? ,,....4-.-nu-4Q I ..,. - . ., - .fi , ,4- ' u sf Q ,t..,w,4 I P' ', x ? " .ff , -Li ,I .. .. .L . ,a.v.4q....v. . x M - : , A.. WEN v -.-' N ar '.- 'F X. ge. , , ex 9 an -. , I . 523: NW! 5 3 Z ,nm t-".' .--,.v.-x.-. - .W M . dy 1 .- .. SR. ACCOUNTING 'weiggs ww' YV:-Z --nz-:mea-msoamf 3 ,rig-,149 .Q Tonnta Mayp Kelly Santonp Candy Kleinhenzp 3 " - - V ' V " Mnchelle Walkerg Donna Gorjupg Eiise De- : ' 2- Q "" -'-'M Lambop Jan Slejkog Latresa Pollardg Frank Q. 5- fb ' gy ,, Claboughg Linda Waters: Dean Fazuog Tami K 'I' -QA, ' .1 .3 "i ff V , I Taylorg Karen Ryrnarczyk ' X ' N Lf' N-4251.-'-4. A '1 ' " X vk L J V V U X 4. N , I Xu' - ,G-'54 W- N "'l5Q5,gg'Q1--., g if? - ,,,.. " P, T , , ' an '. ,Q .,,, A ., , ' - , if ' ' : "" ' re. C 1 F xgffj- kxinrgt R ' 1 ., . . ..1... 1 I - 4 .V ,.,. x YQ ., 'R X .,,,, an-25 -, "'1,q... S. ' .2532 xx x x -1 Y .ml r- . XM if'-na ...t ' '-'yn 5122 1 X Y 'Q' ., .xi A X . , V ' Mx. .-"I Q i YG. - YN'--: Nr.. -, . ' SN' Y'-Nxxxx x . L N S Nwm WM X - ' Tzqxfw, , . ' ... ' .. , W, Aw, X 9. f - X " ,A 'Tx ' " ,- 3' QQ, I 1 ' Q--r . N 9 ' '51 C 'X-eQN5"" ' , A l . : 59, , t Q w.,E: :XL vw, Y wr. Q.-.-V., " 5' J '-Nw:xQX3akm.mx , 1:23 A noe- -5 ' ACTIVITIESXZ37 v -vA- W - 'WQ f ,mf i f e, be " 2 D Y ' 1. K 2 l , r is 4 ' ' ln ff. ' ul ' N A im iff--f-,Vt X J 54:1 1 . V A . ., S --1 f A 'f ccii 'D .f am M -M 1 t. S., . . l n :gal 1 A' i f ' lg , ' x 'fu , ' 1 A, gn 'XY ., B' 4- A '. . X . 4' Ai r . A I ff' I W it 'I A . .3 f , t, . 'K M - ' lr s . if . + M . fr as-ff f - r f ' PROCESSING ' n . . V1 5 A V ' .-sl,-: .' A' '. - ,-ilk? -f,,,iQr7'f15E.i,:e yrs' ,-A . -.5 --J' if-ggfgg K it ' 'B 3 is Row 1: Donna Wesleeg Jim Rosenber erg Sharon 'c --'- fx- ' " A ' 4 'TN-:,:Zt"-X'L "" "i 'i"" 4 N ' .f""x g T55 :fi g 1 l l egg' -5.15 Hollandg Shoshanna Gosheng Janice Lexa1 Bonnie 'r r :,.x-3 ,fry 55,5 ' . lv' 1532 55.215 g gifs? Bydashg John Kovalecg .lim Reevesi Brian Schrockg ' l Mr Stupica Row 2: Maria Yanko: Maureen Mc Gllli it li Q Q Ruth Schuenemanng Arlene Bovvlns, Lisa Florellli 'LJ-.-'3i"f'l. 5 :H-i f:'J F '11 ll :N19354 ' ' Q' . l'3J,"4 7-,.-T, N: it if-U, ---"" QAnadyIeBgrr5iu1snk'jsg Mike Braidich, Tom Bell Row 3 X -My - - Lg, is l-gg' wg- -- . N . ll' 5 f l il' f,i .,.. .,,,. - .w......- l l lx SR. DATA PROCESSING Row 1: Joe Doyle, Kurt Plutag Rich Bozak, Sandy Rash, Dennis l-licken, Mary Flcere. Karen Garaplci Diane Turner Row 2 Chris Mullins. Rachelle Ricci, Bill Holmes, Dottie Schafer, Michelle McCluskey as . X 'X Q S. V . .., hx .Y Xe.. Q I If .-v Cf' Q 4 f , ,siiw . A. F. l V iw mm '-piss L 4' xxx I t t x l Q g - . 1 , X K .te 'M Q i , . 5, X - N .,. -.:':: .N X X .N-tgp., Q . t ' 4 "" -Nexus ' .- , A .WX N Q. , ,,, . , l ---x x..t..-.- it -Qs , , . -,. , 1 W f A, Q., ,s-gs':"s'x'N .. ft ww mn .gb Xx x x, Under the direc- tion of Mr. Mize and Mr. Stupica, juniors and seniors in Data Processing learned and gained a better understanding of the large world of computers and big business. These students were also assisted in develop- ing leadership qualities and com- petency in office occupations. Officers I.-, Ni'- ! , ,. t . X-. k, , X- we-x COSMETOLOGY Euclidian Beauty School, lo- cated on Shore Center Drive, trains young girls to become beauticians. It is a two year vocational course in which the participants learn hovv to do sets, give rnanicures, and ta- and take care of hair and cials, face. At the end ofthe two years they take must go to Columbus to their state boards to be- come licensed beauticians. :xl ,m. , ,--.-73533-,, .. .6 I ' - ,442 f: YVY,YY V Yv.Y34 JUNIORS Donna Konecicg Tina Clarkg Helen Marvin3 Pam Whalingg Beth Kobarg Lucy Gra- binskig Debbie Tucheneckg Miss Mickyg Karen Sump, LeeAnn Eckerg Sharon LentL Jeanne Ellisg Donna Simg Deanne Brzozovvski 3 wud, ,..,:5ga2'f'-T--1 SAW 1 if AMA 41225, 4 ...pf Y g SENIORS Row 1: Miss Mickyg Tony Dallyy Candy Kavong Debbie Swansong Sue Sivillog Barb lvancicg Patti Mons: Tony Kotar3 Denise Busseyg Donna Fowlerg Julie Sealeg Patti Manion: Cathy Lorber: Becky Ledger: Nancy Umek Row 2: Denise Staso: Tina Clark: Linda l-linko: Mr, DI Paolo ACTlVlTIES!239 EAXN if N-Ziff f-X , FLowER aBQF15SI7f6PPE 5-f L me Ti., WML 5OurP asure J 1 JF ,frm mf wg YA f PHONE -4343 480 EAST zoo sr BEN DIGIOVANNI ' A A it Ai 'mr f NM? ' V fgf ' . 1' - ' 5' J f 1. . Y I. - Vg , kt' ig. It 'fn 4' - 5 I, I I V 5. 1 1 t 1 ., ,- . 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WT' 5 J X - .. . 1 ffm, -. fu W! , .1 I :Mfg gi' 'Y f' ' -gzzzzxffi H . f ' f f r 'E' - - ff m I I I 1 6 Good Luck To The Class Of 1979 From RAIMOR STUDIOS Offlclal Class Photographer 750 East 185th Street 481 1166 gif A yliaqguj Congratulations Class Of 1979 From NON FERRDUS METALS Euclld Ohlo 44123 531-3585 21721 Tungsten Road Congratulations From Your Cnty Offlclals Mlchael Kosmetos Wllllam DeMora Mark Jochum Paul Oyaskl Wllllam Mabel Edward Eckart Joseph Farrell Gary Peterson Edward Sustarslc Pres Of Councll Ward 1 Ward 2 Ward 3 Ward 4 At Large At Large At Large At Large ADVERTISING!243 EUCLID FOREIGN MOTORS INC Parts And Accessories Expert Service On Volkswagen Vehlclesflmporter Of Plrellu Glslaved Tlre Body WorkfPalntlng Foreign And Domestic I B Qoglimpf DY SHOP Martin Llsac Milan Dekleva 1 La FRIEDMAN S JEWELERS 22304 Lakeshore Blvd 731 3480 I o ""' " 19901 st E Clalr Cleveland Ohlo 44117 481 6106 -3 rg- INDUETIUN BHAZINE B SULDEIIING 9 INDUCTION BRAZING AND SOLDERING 21850 St Clalr Avenue 486 8283 , l I I I I I I I I I I I iQf.?4'If O""s-4---.., ' Na- .'4v:'fi"' 'A A I I I f--' ..-.:, """'---.. Qiqii . ---..... A " I I I 1511, .I , . - , , .1 . 1 qt' Ol' 3 a,5,,,g -A as ' I l ' I N I 5-Q ' im . , . ,Q mm- fe. fl., 'Q-f r El N -A E Fi: v il 59111311111 I f "" I' f"" f. liitisi T: , 9 . . Ixilf A .5 .L 1 -:: . ,., , . FOR.. INDUSTRY M- I K 6- - I . I .lv ..-guigif, ' ,. ".-:N K.,- Nr:- -.1 Fx so five I' 2' Qlfqff-:X , 4 x I .Q-,Q ,L .l a',:.,3xN'.v- .S .mQS:.l.ph" .m....., I I , - I I .1 -1 ' O -WSE If 3 ff' I llzwmih J 'f Silverman S MALE Have It Your Way SPORTSWEAR 400 Euclld Sq Mall SPECIALIST Euclld Square Mall W I. 0 WE RAMA WE RE th PLANT PROFESSIONALS SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL T0 SHARE Euclid Saguare Mall Randall Park M all d u 0 9 N 77 A y QE gf MI? - QW il" 1 e 11 ll Euci , Ohio No. Ran a , Ohio Congratulations Class Of 1979 SMITH S ZONDERVAN FAMILY RESTAURANT BOOKSTORE Euclld Square Mall ...TJ Good Luck Graduating Sensors Frorn SALTER AUTO PARTS CO INC. 21149 Euclid Avenue "Inside Sherwood Plaza' 486-3798 m'-T13 17'Y V I: I F 'F A 4.2 M 'Q ' . .J 5 Compliments Of ii, A-'VV' tix - 1 .-.. ,. . , .. ,Y .--. Q , EBEQS5 'EI Ich ... kllilflf. PRESSURE CASTINGS 21500 St Clalr Ave 481 5400 Compliments Of LUIKART INSURANCE AGENCY QQIJQ Re de taIOff a yOfH e 333BbbttRd 2612300 GaIIeyOfH 6M t A 946 6161 G Ile y Of H M dso 4281569 M 27801 E Id A e 289 0300 edu MARK HAIRDRESSERS 22308 Lake Shore Blvd 731 1550 A M H REALTY, INC. - si n i ' G II om s, ' .- mes, 743 e.- omes, a ' - - L i g, C mmercial 81 g ment . i .- - KH is Y I - 'I .fig 45 4 A X14 YQ. lg , n I X, . Qi S ' ':.g,fifw .Q -'1 22.1, H . " . s Tw . Q XA M I ' -AIS - AE WIPWM NR E ws we wx sms Good Luck From WAI NAPOLO Best Wlshes Class Of '79 ROGERS JEWELERS Euclid Square Mall .W-Y Y 9 ef as A -x '7 3 Q . ' ' ' , , H E -I x V, I I -1' I ft- z R 5, .. :- , ' .A 1 . " f. ' v 4 K I I X I x ' 'L ' b . U V Q I 1 . , 1 A ,II s 5 . ' 'gg 5 ,. ,I X ., ' ' s In -, gn- Q, " N- .. I ' .Xl -- ' vs, -- A '- . ' - A. . H +I In - m i X , V .ar - 4 ' ' X . : I x - ss f I' 3 ' . , X 9 ,X . . N: . N I X V M FI - f X V I : '3gsiS's- I ' 'Tl---X I -I-.r .I-Q9 -YQ' "lME::XAfN ' 413 ' ADVERTISING 6' ,J W BILL PAPP S BODY SHOP INC 20980 St Clalr Ave 481 4333 E u c LI D I N c Subsidiary Of Daimer-Benz AG 22221 St. Clair Ave. Euclid, Ohio 44117 , W 7, L4 - 1 ' iff -1, M. 2 ' Af'- , - I I W ,1 B ,. inn I 1 . . I 94 ia ' . I , b , A ' A x ', P .llxvy :JV - H in-W 4- 5 r L31 " 'IJ5 ,nw aux H'-.J , I C- .. . Q ' - 'f 1' - .5 ' 1 ' J' " . , i . r , E it 1 L ff: , Y , ' ,, 1: ,- ,W +1 4 .H I , .. 1 I df 8 , - fi " is ', ,Z--' ' r 'Ai'-on . v ' ' AM ' V' A ...AK if i' ' -'if-V.. - . ,:""' AT - L 'X A A I 2 if ! 1 7 7 1 , 1 I I I I O Q I 50 ADVERTISING Tl-FE 1972 79 STUDENT aoufvczz., oF ELLL1 0 Ssfvfon HIGH Scrfool. 1.161-fr gf THE PRESENT HND FUTURE LUE LUORK TO ESTHBLISH A STROIVG VOICE FOR THE STUDENT5 AT EUCLID x COUNCIL LUIS!-I THE CLASS OF 1979 X A 6H1cHf HND HAPPV FUTURE UJE LEAUE oUR X UNDERCLHSSMEN me Dunes oF STUDENTQOUNQ11, f-wa HOPE THAT THEY wuz. CQNTINUE -m pgoyg 5TUDEAJ CQUNCHJS EXCELLENCE 'ro X THE S-cHooL ws, X- ,-- x . X' - T we oFFfcER5 fmfo me , i. PRESIDENT Q7 K4 I 01: om my T52 Ccbuncil I ' QZMX wwxw, waged 922,51 , CMM Xu + EMM LWWAWM M 'T Smufvb .354 L ,,,,', 49f.442z5f4?WZ7 ' Wwigl-W ? . 'VUSLDUQ Salam . ..D.nM.i.n..X - 'W4?.-V'GmgA..-1... SPQNSORS: Why? f45ffOf6'-f-Q-L, 1, we RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD W PRoFEssloNALs Fon You CENTURY 21 LEO BAUR REALTOR 486 1655 W Gwwwwzsm 42 E Qooms E Id n 486 0707 486 0721 Coil Ahead Fo Yo Take O tO de FAMOUS FOR GOOD PIZZA AND Now -DELICIOUS HOT OVEN SUBS AND THE DI PAULO HOUSE OF BEAUTY -ALL-NEw GYR05 SANDWICH 911 EAST 222ND STREET 261-7272 WE DELIVER 1 O , TS"T .mx -:LS Tim Baur - .SV V , fu V, '. ' I 4? ' 2 2 , x v .v - , ,. 4 " Q EZ L ' b 6 1 . f , ' V., I , T , Y ' .avi s : fg . ,Q f ' , 5 1 ost freer 0 uci ,O io L EXW :L - - - ' Q- , A iff' - ,I -Q, gi r ur - u r r BEST WISHES Congratulations from RADIX WIRE CCMPANY LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS I94OI ST CLAIR AVE CLEVELAND OHIO 44II7 C2I6Jr18I 7272 26260 LAKELAND Blvd 731 9191 Q42 .Z STOP LOOKING f' The 0ddSae1oot01we Haelt BEST WISHES FOREST CITY fmm AUTO PARTS A IVIHI1 GILL CHEMICHL Euclld 22460 Lakeland Blvd 289 5000 OPEN NIESS T11 10 P M Sunday 9 T11 5 P M All Credxt Cards Honored Free Parkmg I I I IS Elf ' ,091 cb, +9 Lv' w"'4, ov., 2, S ff r L. C. Y, ol J- : 3 - , '5 'S ' Y. v- ' r 3 1 A ...-... . ,'.? S., : : ,- A 3 ,, J, 1o,:,- 446 dw X I +1 'Iv . 'AQ 9 ' e ' ' I Q ' I' , I V Y I I I E I I METAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS ' I 335100 SI Cm-I me CIevemf-I1 Orme -14:17 0 ZI6 -186-5300 I I I 1 ADVERTISINGXZS3 , 1 QQQLIJLLE , W , li- 675 E 185 St 481 6969 J' 28553 fa-17 FA Ma' AA? BOTTOM HALF Euclld Sq Mall CRYSTAL BAR BQ RESTAURANT 22400 Lakeshore Blvd 261 2010 34860 Vlne St 942 1121 Open 7 Days A Week 24 Hours A Day Chicken And Subs Congratulatlons Class Of 1979 K 8: G MACHINE COMPANY 26981 Tungsten Rd 732 7115 I I I I I I I I I .f " fJ'j lisp vf ' I MZ I , , - ,- 1-213 I LH - A: fs-',,1-,A-11 .iR2I.r?"afiXW:R5S?i9'am8E6iS1 TIE, ' f' ' " 'f 37Y'fS f A A A A - 1-fc: . 1 JM ,A ' Pg ik-933 - 'G'-1 'uf " W. . ' -'j 3 .- 1. f A A -M ix -' '.-gig?-w.:--3' -i' .z,. A. Qs- 5 'APP- 'f f , 11 H J QWIQTT mail me-, f Q ,ki my 5- f I-gat: ,z.ulA"" 'I ' A ' Agn, , P' A 1, H :Q-aj Q .1 AXE r,v...+..w ,'T A Af 'j A ff - fl 'A f 2 'O A H W A A A ., A T' 4 -A f 2, ,-- 'Q I ' - , - " " -'I,s,5.-: Ya 'A .4 ' 3 FW ' A-e:'22'i3'f ' . - 1 A . I I I l Congratulations And Good Luck To The Class Of 1979 FRENCH S PHARMACY 26598 Lake Shore Blvd 731 6300 RYBKA REALTY Edward F Rybka Broker Ted Thomas Manager Broker Good Luck Class Of 1979 Good Luck Class Of 1979 EUROPA TRAVEL 911 E 185 St 692 1700 MUILJLAILLY JMQMIJ4! Best Of luck To Class Of 79 V 7 7 7 I n ! I - 421' 'lf A, qv!! Iii-.L , f f - Vi' ' . - ' 15" - .x 9 - I X ' ,l-1' 1 V Ns, :EEE ' A 1 i T - I 1 r A ggxf V F 3 X. , QQ C- ' 'RQ Ss lf 0 "w T :fl EAST 156th STREET CLEVELAND. OHIO 44110 A ar V, " -TF4 31, g., -E. S11-9411 ---A an--:1,: :mg 5551! ,mumnF:f4JLllnmms':sm'mm:Mm uma' . 2 -. 1- rs ,, . "ff, 35U.f.5.,-am 1 1 may 1- fsan1:r:oxx'mua'mmlxm:xmu':-In . Hill 1, , E-5 K N1 KQIY '11 gvwgms- .gn ..,:m'::surmoQNnxmermuawum - an , a f , ,Q J Y . : M l 1: m ammal , . b'--V :"'..".l ., " 'Z ,.,. ?' W' " Q ' .1 7 ' I l OYISZITIQY !W97 Nobody, But Nobody Sells Tires for Less 486-4300 255-9154 21900 St Claxr 8443 Mentor Ave Fastest Flnest Frlendllest S81'VlC9 Now, payyourbllls with .Mu 2 X The easy way to pay your bulls by phone onn person' Save trrne cneck expense and postage vvrtn tne Money Servmce Bill Payer Pay by pnone 24 nours a day seven days a week or rn person at any Broadview offnce or any Pack n Pay supermarket And you earn Interest on money tnat would otnervvlse earn notnun n n k t G t QI ac ec :ng aceoun e more unforrnatron at Broadvlevv or Puck n Pay BROADVIEW SAVINGS rQl0l'ley SENICG The Savings Connection at Puck n Pay Good Luck From RUSSELL MILLER GARAGE 21800 St Clalr Ave 486 3698 Q - I K YM f ai, - -Y ' Q XRYRWQLN r l ' S' 1? f- ' ,. as , s -is -Je nu- 5,3 ge 1 . r Y .mg , .517-R X I-J N ,M .',.,,,, ,fggjk l . . ' I . ' ' I r r r . V r I . n N' 'SUBXIHIAIIV ill BIUYAINIIM IINANQ lAl l UNF! HIAIIUN DVERTISING 159 9559 WEE FLOWERS BY MR LEE ,gee WILDWOOD FLORIST Y? " '- if f " . , 3 ,, ,I . W! Fii ., Q 1 JW' : " I sn, , 'A , 3, n . . EES., I - A H -1' J ' I 71- , f:1'n'n'rfG'i'3. fr f- - 527.5- vv9 RM SURPL. S -STO U A Y U GOV'T SURPLUS 1 CAMPING EQUIP ff FOOTWEAR w Cl,0T eva E :asm sf zu wma CLEVELAND, oHlo UMI9 BEDFORD, pp-long 531 3325 PHONE 1039 95 20020 Lake Shore Blvd Flowers For All Occaslons Phone 486 5100 GAHR MACHINE COMPANY 19199 St. Clair Ave. Phone: 531-0053 TWX 216 0 486 5770 0 Telex 098 5461 C'0NGRFuol.flflo N5 cLRs.5 or 79 X X O X ,Q-A Terrnlls X Lakeland Ll Han 35300l..aK6land Blvd ay asflake Oh 0 ?5I 3715 7s2.'. 49094 26841 Tungsten Road Cleveland Oh1O 44132 Phone 216f2612100 Socket Head Products Cold Headed Products Cap Screws ' Set Screws Automatic and Hand Screw Machine Products ' 1 1 lx ll f l X X X K fr ... X X X fl 1. ff X f O X ff O Q X f X ,ff X I' l w 1 I' 1 l ,. .Ulf Q aff- . 7 f f ' X f X 1 V 5 X . . 2 3 5 Lf 0 . 3 l Z 'x 3 DVERT S NG Congratulations And 1 . I ff Best Wishes fdfw -I :wir wana 7 BOB ANDERSON Congratulations Class of 79 MAX S 21801 Iigiiezasggge Blvd 22350 LAKE SHORE BLVD 731 1800 A fs.. Q E' xxx EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 22741 SHORE CENTER DR 261 2600 1 I Q I 1 i i i ' 2, L ' 4' 1 ' I ' lf- , Liam "' I- f M V 2 ' 'A ' V ' 5' -.nt r'- Q Q 1 5 ft M Y ' F' f i L 1 E , N Q v 1.7 I K .. X S5 i i 9 1 . E i V ' V' Q 1 f Q. ,SARS 1 to 7 4 1 - 'Ns 1 A s A . ' ' . B ' ,,.i 1 . A P ,fi- " Q ' A Lg - HRX 'K"' A X Ui,-fi sgfgiaw - A - :W 5" 'fisf ff .1"' ,Eff , ., , 1. ' 1 e 1, 3- - . ' ?ig6S3'.2'4:ff Si:-if-4 ' i' B Q ff- 45. -- 14 S NN A I I 26195-- f4iiQ'.5w . Fi? '5"4"W.'?J:' Q '97 ,I ' 'I' 49' ,mag-,3'5"i 'CZ ' 4 LAKE SHURE s 81 mfaa xgq ?wiR,g 2fQsr'?5a 5 'X '1 f x 18322 Lake Shore Blvd kg3gf25 bi Cleveland Ohlo at 193399 44119 fn ff M Barb Nlcol Fran Dlllon C2161 481 6868 :Q 'F E 3 3 O., vol Lo.A I '99 ,I 6 'Q 8 I ' 5, lr 8 Q ' Q, -4 S-.L -. mf...-.' h 2 ,-'f -. .- 4 f:?SY'fwfa" 'ffi 7 , ' M 8.1, if . .pf aw uf -QV' f -. , Q ' 1, I ' 1 f 'W f ' v 1 1 fi 8 222418 8 FLORIST Q " , - Q V at -1-2 Jf.,i J 88 , , fb ' . ' " X' , 8 , ff? + ' 1, 421 I 1. T' E Q' .- X' . 'B 'bs , I 14.-f , '14, , . 5 ix a 'v ?r.. - ' LT' x x ':, I 1.- 1 I L .sl-' ' yi. 2. " ,' ' S? V ' ff" Lf' Q1 'ff l ,Z 1 .lf I "-I ff?-"Q g, .fn C go 4 -gf? ff, 491 ' f V W , ' :-' .' v Congratulations - ' j I EUCLID-RACE DAIRY AND ICE CREAM CO 503 E 200th St 481 4700 TONY S POLKA VILLAGE TONY PETIIOVSEIIS WZAK STUDIO OFFICE RECORD AND SPECIALTY SHOPPE Ast ssthsr cuvuaun onloa Ira And Best Wishes Class Of 1979 HAVENS AND EMERSON, INC. Environmental Engineers dIB k t SIL M M my Class Of 1979 PAPA JCE 5 SUBS gmgiss formalwear 564 E 200 St Euclld Square Mall 692 1068 XLR! . :Tw Q jf., Lim? if KITCHEN KATERING SPANISH MANOR BIQHQEQVAAGRED 1362165 72223 St 22742 shore center Dr 289 6466 66:6 6 . X 22,,,22 Congratulations A x"'sgii XR- .x'1!- alfa. I 'V 'Q ,, 22.2 a2.2 2 2 6 9 9 N9 .J E - ' X? a Am 6 S1 Compliments Of .mms TAVERN JACKSHAW -'1"wF9j CHEVROLET JIM'S TAVERN 543 E 185th St 486 4400 805 E 222nd St 261 0652 PHYSICIANS INSURIN G EXCHANGE A Licensed Reciprocal Providing Medical Professional Liability Insurance For Physicians Practicing In Ohio ROGERS INSURANCE CONSULTANTS, INC. sae ENGINEERS BUILDING 1365 ONTARIO STREET CLEVELAND. omo 44114 X5 I .Ti 2 WX ,I YQ H vc il. I NRI P 91- I I N 4 P.. 1- INC. KNIFIC INSURANCE SERVICE, INC Serving Euclld For Over 20 Years 820 East 185th Street 481 7540 Knlflc For Insurance Service Thats Terrlflc "Insurance For Everyone's Need!" . , . . THE HILLWOOD MANUFACTURING CO Helyx Drlve Screws Nails Tacks Cleveland Ohio 44117 Telephone 531-0300 Area Code 216 21700 St. Clair Ave. il.. CULLINWUUD 587 2700 EhL S G C d Sbb ...W-...ww A COMPANY CALLED PATRONS ADAM'S PET SHOP 395 East 200th Street 486-7009 DR. AND MRS. R.M. BALDWIN BEACHLAND PHARMACY 20010 Lake Shore Blvd. H - . 531-0631 BRAZING AND METAL TREATING INC. 21200 St. Clair Avenue 486-4350 BREsLER's ICE CREAM sHoP Euclid Square Mall 261-3374 DR. RENAT0 Braoeuo 0.0.6. 21801 Lake shore Blvd. 731-6069 CHAPEL MACHINE AND TOOLS INC. ' 2590 Tungsten Road 481-5800 CLEVELAND WIRE DIE INC. 19850 St. Clair Avenue ' ' 481-6350 DECKER APPLIANCE SERVICE CO. 445 East 200th Street 486-7200 ' ADVERTISI'NGf268 ' ELECTRIC SWEEPER SERVICE CO ' 3235 Prospect Avenue 361-5260 EUCLID OFFSET PRINTINGWINC. 22740 Shore Center Drive 261-1235 ' EUCLID SUNOCO 470 East 200th Street 531-9695 G.M.B. PAVING CO. ' 20151 Arbor Avenue - 692-3888 GOLLER BODY INC. 24180 Lakeland Blvd. 731-3299 HANDY RENTS 23560 Lakeland Blvd. 731-6950 ' JAY DEE CLEANERS. 878 East 222nd. Street 731-7060 . JOHNSTON'S DRUG 625 East 200th Street 486-2744 LEADER DRUG - 22824 Lake Shore Blvd. - 731-7474 DR. ROBERT R. MCGONAGLE D.D.s. 732-8600 MODEL MEAT MARKET 610 East 200th Street 531-7447 MOLNAR'S DAIRY QUEEN 435 E. 200th Street 486-0929 OHIO HONING AND HYD. CO. 23800 St. Clair Avenue 731-5700 ' ' OPEN PANTRY 355 East 200th Street 692-2651 DR. AND MRS. ALLAN A. ROLFE ROSS MEAT MARKET 20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 531-5757 F I PATRONS DR. ELWOOD P. SAWITKE OPTOMETRIST 20050 Lake Shore Blvd. 481-0979 ' SHORE CENTER SHOE REPAIR 22748 Shore Center Drive SMALL TOOLS INC. 19749 St. Clair Avenue . 481-9000 HENRY TAYLOR AND SON CO. BI-RITE 22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 289-0150 WATERWASH HARDWARE 345 East 200th Street 531-0956 HENRY W. WILSON D.D.S. 25701 N. Lakeland Blvd. 731-3838 F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. 22830 Lake Shore Blvd. 731-3878 ADVERTlSlNGf269 ADVERTISING INDEX fi A I 'C' FROM HERE TO ETERNITY XT lil TM Buylng a home? Selllng a home CALL MR FRANK JOCHUM Vlce President Associate Broker BOB ANDERSON REALTY INC 21801 Lake Shore Blvd Office 261 3200 Res 731 8931 NAME ADVERTISER Amerucan Commodore Tuxedo Bob Anderson Realtor Army Surplus Stores Atlas Electrlc Co Bug Bouquet Bottom Halt Boulevard Beverage Broadvlew Savlngs and Loan Burger Kung Century 21 Leo Baur Realtor Colllnwood Concrete Consumer Tlre Crystal Restaurant DnPaulo House ot Beauty Euclud Euclud Euclid Euclud Euclld Cnty Otflclals Forelgn Motors Inc Race Dalry lan Beauty College Europa Travel Agency Flowerama Forest Cnty Auto Parts Frensh s Pharmacy Frledman s Jewelers Mr G s Plzza Gahr Machlne Glnglss Formalwear Havens and Emerson Inc Heldu s Beauty Salon Hullwood Manufacturung Induction Brazung and Solderlng Jackshaw Chevrolet Jlm s Tavern Frank J Jochum PAG PAGE 258 259 2 7 253 240 254 262 256 245 252 266 256 254 252 243 244 249 261 259 255 245 253 255 244 252 257 262 261 254 264 244 263 263 270 E NAME K 81 G Machune Kerr Lakeslde Kutchen Katerung Knlfnc Insurance Kollander World Travel Lakeshore Florlst Luukart Insurance Agency Man Gull Chemlcal Co Mark Halrdressers Max s Restaurant Russell Muller Garage Mullally Funeral Home Non Ferrous Metals Papa Joe Subs Papp s Body Shop Patrons A M Pena Realty Physncuans lnsurlng Exchange Pressure Castnng Radlx Wire Raumor Studlos Rodgers Jewelers Rybka Realty Salter Auto Parts Sldekucks Restaurant Sllverman s Smlth s Restaurant Student Councll Terrlll s Lakeland Llghtlng Tony s Polka Vlllage T R W Wal Napolo Wnldwood Florlst Zondervan Book Store GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 79 J W S PAGE 254 258 262 264 260 247 253 247 259 256 255 242 262 249 268 247 263 247 253 241 248 255 246 246 245 246 250 258 261 267 248 257 246 --.f ' V , 7 I4 1.7 ' 7 I V I 1- if E 1 W 1 r x C 1 , X s f,,, 3 , X I 0 - t5l " ' . ' 5 - J ' 5 QFOHADVERTISING Here it is--the 1979 edition of the Eiclidianf This yearbook celebrates the 30 th anniversary of our school. It is also a celebration of this year's graduating senior class. as the 1979 Senior class, we should be proud of ourselves. Ne have survived twelve years of education. Ne have also endured life and now we are looking to the promise of our future whether our paths lead to a job after graduation or on to higher education. we have made many friends and together we have passed through many experiences that will provide us with pleasant memories as the years marzh past Our lives have been influenced oy our families, friends, and teachers. le must X Q now be able to put together their teachings with our experienles and ambitions 7 for our future adventures. Lany people are needet to complete the gigantic undertaking of putting together a successful yearbook. The people who gave of their time and talents to bring about what you are now holding in your hand as a completed book deserve recognition for their valuable contributions. First of all, my gratitude to Jackie kihelcic for putting up with my phone calls Curing almost all hours of night and day, Sgmehgwl through all our crazy production problems, we were able to produce u yearbook. One of the biggest sections-and the hardest to make-is the activities section. This part was headed by Cheryl Petrick, who seemed always toget her pages in on time...somehow. 1 Thank you. jieryl, for not getting too frustrated with my pestering, but also for -sing a dear friend. ithout your quick wit and frankness. I would never have survived this year even half sane. Thanks, also to glaire Ayers for somehow always being able to produce copy quickly when needed. another big section ' er the direction of -Till QHf:'C+fl"'l"T"I, I could always tepend on you for get'ing your pages in on time without any pressure. The advertising section was done by Jim bimeo. You should be proud of the 'professional' look of your section. Two people who did s5mEThThg'that was never done before on a yearbook were Kathy Detarco and cue Nemeth. Both or you showed everyone it was possible to do a good job in a short time and have everything comcout right and looking great. 2531, I thank you for being in charge of the senior section. You were able to get it done promptly and made it look very good land still had time to make Rudolph and his friendel. Joanna, even though your sectior took longer to make than expected, you were able to try something new'IEH'made it look good. A very special thank you to Mr. Dickinson and Mr. fetrovic for their advice and support during the yearbook production. A' ' Vw' H t The photographers of this yearbook also oeserve commendation. Jim, your cover picture turned out really good. Carol. you did an excellent job on the sports sectiohf- lou are really a nice person even though you are also on the tshhhl survey staff. Scott, thank you for taking the acti 'A.' ities pictures for us. Whatever your first name is, you're photographer. Dy the way, what's wrong with a folaroid? Mike, your humor always kept everyone smiling. lou not only came through on last-mintte assignements, but your pleasant personality made life easier, and happier, around dead- line time. The divider pages look really top-notch, Rob. lour idea came through well appzeciateo. Thank you for your patience in taking those morning pictures. a special thank-you to mr. Kingery for his patience in dealing with us and the yearbook production. Also thank-you to al administators, teachers, advisQ's and coaches who helped us with their valued cooperation. Some other people who made this year worth celebrating should also be mentioned. First of ell, my mother and father who encouraged me and gave very good suggestions for the yearbook. To Brian 4 a spectator or participator???Dand Julie Qwho could'handle' deadlines, pressures, and the suave, sophisticated way to get sisters off the phone when men suddenly appear at her doorstepl for their encouraging me to sign up for the yearbook staff in my sophomore year. A big thanks to Ellyn tspelle rightfffl for putting up with yearbook papers all Jver the room. Now it's turn for you to start the 'high school game of life'. Linea Francetic-Thank you for everything from listening to my problems to helping me with the swim show number. I know we will always be good friends. Next year you're the senior-enjoy it. H great big handshake to bonha- ttat 'secret' handshake can make anyone laugh or at least break an arm. Just wait until high school, all those new people...Thank-you also to that special person who made life so much nicer by just sharing your special smile with me between 5' and 6'. A very special thanks to Georgefsee-I did get your name in the bookfj who was always there when I needed you. h big thanks goes to this year's Wai Hapolo team for their patience with me Cl really did have uuclidian wee'ingsD Thank you also goes to Leslie O. Kathy L.. Veidi C., Wobbie Q, Naomi H., Shelley M., Chris T, Mary Kay J., Laura Fondran. Donata S., Davt E, Svetlane B., Jan U., Andreas -., Steve N., Cindi R.. Sandy K., and the Survey staff for their most interesting personalities and conversations. d Enjoy life to the fullest, Cyrwryaa ' Hannah lanya oleisser 72 , "-1 I hope that you will enjoy this yearbook, and that it will re- fr ' W mind you of fond memories, always. Our theme of CELEBRA- lj? I ' T I TIDN seemed very appropriate since it was the Euclidian's nfs Thirtieth Anniversary. This was also the theme of the seniors . ?z?? in sports, academics, and all of the activities. This was es- pecially true with the Euclidian Staff. The final deadline seemed like it would never come, but it did, and WE MADE IT!!! I am eternally grateful to everyone who helped sell, pro- mote, and work on the yearbook. I would especially like to thank my photographers and editors, who spent endless hours on it. Jim Millar-You're the greatest! Without your help, there would not have been a cover, a theme, an introduction, and most likely a yearbook! I am very fortunate that you are pa- tient, and did not kill me, just because I could not decide which sunset to use. It is a good thing that you made it through the year, without TOO many "obstacles" I will never forget all the fun fifth period and our favorite question, "What's a yearbook?" Carol Hanson-Well, for a sister you aren't that bad. You are an excellent photographer, and I hope that they put you to good use next year. It must run in the family! Come over sometime, and we can have a ping pong tournament, "mod- ern style." We could even consider inviting the pro, Debbie! Scott Wright-You are also a great asset for next year. I will always remember the play with the furnace, second period, the supplement wall, and the character transformations. Don't get into too much trouble next year! Mike Kupfer-You were only on the staff for a year, but you proved yourself as a photographer. Always remember don't get caught without a pass! Rob Frank-Thanks for doing the divider pages. You might have not got them the way you wanted them, but I think that you did a good job. Sorry that your "STAR" didn't get in the book. Cheryl Petrick-You had the biggest section, and proved that you could do it. You were right, I was trying to steal your Cmyj secretary. I know that you and George are my true friends. I'm sorry that I was such an expensive one. Kathy DeMarco and Sue Nemeth-Thank you for finishing your section, so that we could get the special color deal. I know that you will never forget how to use a cropper. Jill Badstibner-You did an outstanding job on your section. What's so bad about a picture in the introduction with an ice cream cone? Jim Simeo-You did a great job on the advertising section. How did we manage to end up in the same math class four years in a row? Good Luck! Joanna Buck-Well, the faculty section is finally done. I thought it would never get finished, because it was diffi- cult to take the candids of the teachers. You had some trouble, but it wasn't all your fault. Mimi Erne-What can I say, you did a super job on the senior section. I expected that much since "you're the greatest person in the world." I did not mean to leave you all alone in German, but that was no reason to change my nickname! Mr. Dickinson and Mr. Petrovic- Thank you for all your help, we might have not shown it but you are the best advisors a staff could ever have. Thank you to everyone who helped with the yearbook, especially the following: George, Elaine, Helene, Jean- ette, Ann, Svet, Diane, Ellen, Martha, Karen, Chris, Chris, Sue, Judy, Cindi, Eileen, Bob, Rob, Bob, Wendy, Karen, Debbie, Leslie, Dr. Bergem, Morie Levine, Doug Levine, Joe and Frankie Cat Raimor'sJ, Mr. Theodore, Mr. Mus- carella, Dr. McNeilly, Mr. Rackovan, and everyone who had ANYTHING to do with it. If I have neglected anyone, I am sincerely sorry! I would also like to thank my understanding parents, especially when I came home at late hours on the nights of deadlines. Uncle Mike, thank you for everything, we hope you like your senior picture. Mr. Muscarella, thank you for understanding when I came to Practice LATE! You're the greatest coach a person could ever have! 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