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EdItor-in-Chief Judy Beachom 

Assistant Editor Maureen Dolan 

Mounting Editor Burton Judson 

Assistant Mounting Editor Bob Fobritius 
Picture Editor Marilyn Wendell 

Stoff Editor Sollie Combs 

Art Editor Judy Blackburn 

Editor Gail Gionasi 

Artist George Schroeder 

Artist Paul Glenn 

Typist Joanna Disontis 

Typist Kathy Stoner 

Business Manager Roberta Stompfel 

Circulation Manager Diana Sweeder 

Treasurer Judy Wakelee 




tUCLID SEOIOfi HIGH 

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(UCLID, OHIO 



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Hail to Thee, Euclid High School, 
To thy name all praise we sing. 
Happy days of youthful pleasure; 
Learning, living, life so deer. 
Our hearts fill with gratitude 
For oil that is to be — 
Alma Mater, Euclid High School, 
All our praise we bring to thee. 



Where the blue of Erie's waters 
Casts the sun's bright golden rays. 
There all Euclid's sons and daughters 
Sing the joys of student days. 
If after days be dark and drear 
And storms of life draw nigh. 
The memories of our friendships here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 




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The achievements reflected in these pages are those of everyone 
who helped make this year a memorable one. To you, the Stu- 
dents and Faculty of Euclid Senior High School, is presented the 
1956 Euclidian, dedicated to your HOPES AND DREAMS for the 
FUTURE. 




IflBLf Of COOKOIS 

Introduction Page 1 

Administration and Faculty Page 13 

Sophomores Page 27 

Juniors Page 35 

Organizations Page 43 

Fine Arts Page 71 

Girls' and Boys' Sports .... Page 83 

Social Life Page 99 

Seniors Page 113 

Snapshots Page 170 

Advertising Page 175 



To some people it might seem that 
the physics lab is a room filled with 
confusing instruments. Actually the 
many demonstrations and experiments 
carried on in class ore entertaining tc 
those interested in the science of the 
principles of heat, light, sound, elec- 
tricity, and machines. The experi- 
ments clarify many facts that cannot 
be learned from texts alone. 



Because the world is becoming in- 
creasingly smaller through transpor- 
tation and communication, it is impor- 
tant for the American student to learn 
the languages of his neighbors in oth- 
er countries. This opportunity is pro- 
vided in Euclid High's many language 
classes. Buenos dios is the greeting 
one receives when entering this Span- 
ish class and as each school day pas- 
ses, the student increases his know- 
ledge of the grammar and pronuncia- 
tion of the language. 



Many girls' ability to moke their 
own clothes saves them money and 
acquaints them with designs, textiles, 
and colors. Modeling the clothes they 
make for mothers and friends helps 
develop their poise. The home arts 
department also teaches the planning, 
preparing, and serving of meals in its 
modern kitchen. 





Biology is not a subject for the 
squeamish, but for those who wont to 
learn about the science of living 
things, the dissection of the organisms 
of animals is helpful in the study of 
other sciences. Biology study includes 
the origin, structure, development, 
functions, reproduction, and distribu- 
tion of plants and animals. It is a 
requirement for the beginner in the 
field of science. 



The study of civilization from its 
beginning until present day is carried 
on in Euclid's history classes to aid in 
comprehending world problems. Stu- 
dents learn the connection between 
wars that were fought, laws that were 
passed, and their present life. A know- 
ledge of world history. United States 
History, and government will aid the 
students of today in becoming the 
good citizens of tomorrow. 



Check the tires, adjust the seat and 
mirrors, depress the clutch — these 
are the first four steps the student 
learns in driving. At first it takes' 
some effort to remember these steps, 
but after being behind the wheel sev- 
eral times these steps and driving 
rules become completely familiar. 
When the student passes his test, he 
receives his license from a member of 
the Euclid Police Department, and one 
more good driver is on the road. 



In Professor Blackburn's senior 
English class the emphasis is placed 
upon composition and English litera- 
ture. No student will ever forget 
Macbeth complete with sword play, 
reading the Atlantic Monthly, and Mr. 
B's funny glasses. 



Brakes, clutch, electrical system, 
motor — these are all familiar words 
in the automotive classes which are 
designed to intelligently select, use, 
and repair automobiles Stressed 
equally with the fundamentals of au- 
tomotive construction and mainten- 
ance are the appreciation and care of 
tools, good working habits, and the 
responsibilities of car ownership. 



The seniors with a true interest in 
advanced mathematics can be found 
in the two solid geometry and trigon- 
ometry classes. Many of the third 
dimensional pictures seem difficullt 
to understand, but with the aid of 
models and a large supply of pointers 
the laws of space are soon learned. 
Through trig the students learn that 
all logs don't come from trees, since 
the use of logs is helpful in solving 
for a side of a triangle. 





The motto, "All work and no play" 
has surely been disproved in the girls' 
gym classes. Here the girls are learn- 
ing the rules of basketball as they 
compete against each other on teams 
formed in the individual classes. An 
important aspect of education, the 
gym class gives the student a chance 
to release some of the physical ener- 
gy that has been building up while 
sitting in other classes. Although the 
students learn in gym there is no end 
to the fun to be hod. 



Six weeks of health seems like tor- 
ture to the boys after basketball, foot- 
ball, baseball, tumbling, and swim- 
ming. Physical education does more 
than build bodies. It teaches sports- 
manship and provides one period a 
day for some healthy recreation. 



Six hundred students can be accom- 
modated in the library, therefore, tests 
are often given there. It's more com- 
mon use is for research work on term 
papers and book reports during study 
halls and before and after school. Red 
leather easy chairs were added to a 
corner of the library this yeor to be 
used by the students interested in rec- 
reational reading. 



In Euclid's typing classes the future 
secretaries are trained to enter into 
the competitive business world. Most 
of the beginning typing students hove 
never typed more than their names, 
but after starting with the alphabet 
and working up to writing business 
letters they increase their technique 
and speed enough to enter advanced 
classes. 



Printing is one of the many courses 
offered by the industrial arts depart- 
ment. Beginning students learn the 
fundamentals of type setting, after 
which they learn to operate platen 
presses to print tickets, programs, and 
office forms. The advanced students 
lock up and print the school paper on 
a flat bed cylinder press as well as 
learning the fundamentals of lithog- 
raphy. 



In the office practice room only the 
advanced students in the commercial 
field are allowed to work. Each secre- 
tary is assigned to a certain teacher 
and they ditto tests, check papers, 
record grades, and make out the grade 
cards. They also learn to operate the 
Burroughs adding machine, the book- 
keeping machine, the ediphone, and 
the electric typewriter. 




The "Hillbilly Express" arrived 
from Richmond Heights every morn- 
ing about eight o'clock bringing stu- 
dents to begin another day at Euclid 
High. 





All was supposed to be quiet in the 
homerooms as the P. A. system remind- 
ed students and teachers of after- 
school meetings, sports events, and 
social activities. 



Some waistlines were remembered 
and others forgotten as the girls tried 
to eat, chatter, and still make it to 
the noon movies on time. 





The boys as usual were more con- 
servative during lunch time using milk 
bottles for games of chicken and caus- 
ing minor disturbances. 



There must have been a contest to 
see how many people could stuff their 
coats, books, lunches, gym clothes, 
batons, and tennis rackets into one 
locker, even though with 1 800 of 
them there were plenty for everyone. 





A new safety feature was odded to 
the school parking lot in the form of 
a policeman to check on how closely 
driving rules were being followed and 
to see if each cor had a parking stick- 
er on the windshield. 



Even though our rec room couldn't 
be considered elaborate it was often 
the scene of many grueling ping-pong 
games and jitterbug contests. 





Our weekly assemblies were varied 
in order to gain the approval of both 
the students and the faculty. We 
missed Sergeant Smith's second ap- 
pearance, but managed to enjoy an 
entertaining safety show sponsored by 
a national trucking association. 






Another typical Euclid High day 
was ended at 3:20 as the students 
boarded the busses taking with them 
:lass-room knowledge, the latest jokes, 
and dreams of Saturday night's date. 




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THE IMPRESSIONS WE 
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BOARD OF EDUCATION 
to right: Loyal Luikart, C. E. Bowman, Russell Glass, Mrs, Grace Wotkins, John Davis 







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This yearbook is dedicated to your 
hopes for the future. As such, it repre- 
sents not only the hopes, wishes and am- 
bitions of the student body but of your 
parents, your city, ond your country. The 
American public school is a monument 
to the belief of a people that freedom, 
justice, and self-government in America 
can be preserved through free public ed- 
ucation where all children have an op- 
portunity to develop their capacities to 
the greatest possible extent. It is the 
hope of your teachers and of your par- 
ents that this ideal is deeply imbedded 
in your thinking. Your high school has 
given you on opportunity which exists 
no place else in the world — an oppor- 
tunity to chart your own future and to 
wcrk in the direction of its achievement. 

Sincerely yours, 

W. G. FORDYCE, Supt. of Schools 




All of us will enjoy turning the pages 
of this yearbook, reading its memorable 
phrases, and enjoying, through pictures, 
many experiences of the past school 
year. 

The class of 1956 will especially cher- 
ish this book because it is the record of 
school life here at Euclid High School 
during their senior year. The thrill that 
goes with achievement is theirs. Greater 
things lie ahead but their high school 
days will always be among their fondest 
memoriaes. 

Congratulations to the staff and spon- 
sors for a job well done. Best wishes to 
the class of 1956. 

Sincerely, 

Clifford G. Owens, Principal 



This is your annual and you should 
receive a great deal of pleasure from re- 
viewing the events which are recorded 
here so well. The memories should in- 
clude the friends you have made and the 
opportunities you have had while at Euc- 
lid Senior High. 

You will be welcome when you return 
to us and you can help plan the best 
school possible. To you, the best of luck. 

Meryl R. Baumer, 
I Assistant Principal 





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Lasting friendships and happy memories 
of school days are important to all of us, and 
they become more valuable with the passing 
years. 

This yearbook will help you to remember 
many nappy events and carefree days you 
have experienced during your stay at Euclid 
High School. 

Congratulations and best wishes to all of 
you. Your contributions and experiences 
while here will help all the underclass mem- 
bers as they take your places. 
Harriet Sheats 
Dean of Girls 




SECRETARIAL STAFF 
Seated — Mrs. Winters, M.arilyn Lovett. 
Standing — Marlene Krecic, Marilyn Lynch, Winifred Willis. 



Your Graduation exercises will moke a break 
in your lives. You huve spent more than half of 
your life in school. The values gained and the 
knowledge attained will be the foundation upon 
which you will continue to build. May your future 
be as happy as your school experineces have been. 
Congratulations, seniors' 

Bruce Graham, 
Dean of Boys 





LIBRARY STAFF 
D. Stevenhogen, J. Bowditch, D. Steen. 




rUPIL PERSONNEL 
D. Sweet, N- Galvez, L. Voorhees 



Seated, left to right — P. Cleary 
Standing, left to right — R. Winters, B. James, E. Wilson, I 
A. Hamlin, Dr. R. Michler. 



M. Freed, J. Bergem. 
roz, E. Wright, K. Clouser, 



The Department of Pupil Personnel is located in the Board of Education 
building. Its function is to give aid to the child, the parent, and the teacher. 
It is a service organization in which the Nurses and Doctors, Visiting Teach- 
ers, School Psychologist, and Speech and Hearing Therapists are coordinated 
into a service for the welfare of all children in our community. 



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NADA GALVEZ 
School Nurse 



GEORGE BREWSTER 
Heod Custodion 




JERRY GANSER 
Assistant Custodian 




CAFETERIA STAFF 
First Row: Mrs. Yeske, Mrs. Maliska. 

Second Row: Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Paladino, Mrs. Coy, Mrs. Turk, Mrs. Brash- 
ear, Mrs. Jonitz. 
Third Row: Mrs. Sandberg, Mrs. Gorman, Mrs. Riebe, Mrs. Stroke, Mrs. Douglass. 




Lucille Aingwort-h 


Doris Alspach 


Alvin M. Amsfer 


Olin Bailey 


Lillian Barrow 




English 


Business Education 


Business Education 


Visual Education 
Biology 


Business Education 




Flora Stone Mather, 


Ohio University 


Western Reserve Univ. 




Muskingum College 




W.R.U. 


Ohio State University 


B.A., M.A. 


Rio Grande College 


Ohio University 




Columbio Univ. 


B.S. in Education 




Ohio State University 


University of Pittsbu 


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B.A., M.A. 






Western Reserve Univ. 
B.S. in Education 
M S. 


B.S, in Education 
Master in Education 






W. A. Barton 


Robert Bennett 


Pauline Berg 


Harold Blackburn 


Clemens E. Blauch 


Industrial Arts 


Social Studies 


English 


English 


Government, Economics 


Ohio State University 
Kent Stole University 
B.S., M.E. 


Ohio State University 
B.S., M.A. 


Kent State University 
Ohio State University 
Columbia University 
Western Reserve Univ. 
B.S.. M.A. 


Otterbein College 
Western Reserve Univ. 
A.B., M.A. 


Kent State University 
University of Akron 
Ohio State University 
B.S., M.A. 






Willard Boerger 

Industnol Arts 

Ohio State University 



Jean Bowditch 



West Virginia State 

Teachers College 
Western Reserve Un 
B.A,, BS.L-5. 



Adrian J. Buerger 

Mothemotics 

University of Dayton 
Ohio State University 
B.5., E.E. 



Betty A. Byelene 

Business Education 

Capital University 
University of Colorado 
University of Colifornic 



James M. Calvert 

Physical Education 

North Central College 

of Illinois 
Ohio State University 
Western Reserve Univ. 
B.A , M.A. 




Pera Campbell 


Marjorie Danforth 


Marlon H. Dise 


Clarence F. Eckert 


Wilton E. Eckley 


English 


Physical Education 


Home Arts Chairman 


Industrial Arts 


English, Journalism 


Defiance College 
University of Wisconsin 
Ohio State University 
A.B., M.A. 


College of Wooster 
Western Reserve Univ. 
A.B., M.A. 


Ohio State University 
University of Minnesota 
Western Reserve Univ. 
B.S., M.A. 


Kent State University 
B.5., M.A. 


Mount Union Colleae 
Pennsylvania State Un 
B.A. M.A. 





Aloysius C. Galicki Clayton D. George Wilma A. Gi.lmcn Jo::e^h Gran 

Industrial Arts Business Education Longuoge Physical Education 

Ohio State Univer 



Ohio University Fenn College Heidelberg Colleq 

Kent Stote University Kent State University Western Reserve 

Western Reserve Univ. B.S. A.B., MA. 

Fenn College 
B.S., M.E. 



Uni> 



B.S. 



Raipn A. Grear 

SociQl studies 

Heidelberg College 
Emory University 
Western Reserve Uni 
B.A., M.A. 



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Carol Greve 

Physical Education 



Dole Harper 



Mu 



Leon T. Heinlein 

Science, Chairman 
Physics 



Dolores G. Hohs 

isiness Education 



Fred Johns 

Mathematics 



ling Green State U. Cincinnati Conservatory 
in Education of Music Ohio University 

University of Cincinnati B.S. in Educatio 
Western Reserve Univ. M.S. in Educatio 

B.S. in Music Education 
M.A. 





Albert J. Judge 

Science, Mathematics 

Kenyon College Bowling Green State U. Kent State University Kent State University Northv^estern College 

Kent State University Otiio State University A.B., M.A. B.S. m Education Western Reserve 

University of Floricta B.A, in L,A. Miomi U. Graduate School 

Western Reserve Univ. W R.U, B.S., M.A. 




Jack L. Lew 

Social Studies 



Lee Jones Lillick Joseph P. Mayer Donald McGinley 



Health and Physical Science 
Education 

Bowling Green State U. Boldwin-Walloce College Kent State Un 

B.S. in Business Admin- Kent State U. Western Reserve Univ. B.S. 

istrotion West Virginia University B.S., M.A. 

B.S. in Education B.S. in Education 



Ann Melnzen 

English 





Jack D. Miller 


Nancy L. Mitchell 


Edmund C. 


Mize 


Donald R. Mohr 


Neal John Nelson 


Biology 


Spanish, English 


Business Educa 


ion 


Physical Education 


Social Studies 


Oberlin College 
Western Reserve Univ, 
Ohio State University 
A B , M.S. 


Denison University 
B.A. 


Ohio University 
Ohio State Un 
B.S. 


versity 


Baldwin-Wollace College 
Bowling Green State U. 
Western Reserve Univ. 
B.A., MA. 


Kent Stote University 
B.S. 



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Herbert Nold 

Industrial Arts 

Ohio University 
Bowling Green Unive 
B.S. in Education 
M.S. in Education 



Ruby Barrett Olson 

English, Social Studies 

Ohio Wesleyon Univ. 
University of Chicago 
Western Reserve Univ. 
A.B., M.A. 



June Phypers 

Typing 



Gene M. Pillot 

themotics. Social 



John J. Pohto 

Industrial Arts 

Ohio State University 
Western Reserve Univ. 
Superior State Teachers 
University of Delaware 
Fenn College 
B.S., M.A. 





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frank S. Pringle 


Richard E F-uffer 


John Reeves 


Leonard E. Robuck 


Cheifer R. Rojeck 


English 


Science 


Business Education 


English, Speech, Rodio 


Socio! Stijoies 


St. eonoventure 

St. Frcncis College 

V/ilke? College 

Penn Stote czt. 

John Corroll Universit/ 


L'rii/ersity of Cclrfofr.io 
//este?-n Re^er/e Un:/. 


Kent Stote University 
V/esterr. Reserve Univ, 

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Western Reserve Unrv. 
A.8., M.A. 


Ohio ijniversit/ 
6.S. in Educotion 




W. Stanley Schut^ 

Otterbein College 

Ohio St^^te Universfty 

B.A. 

E.S. in E(3ix:otion 

M.A. 



CrfO'ffTiOri, Commerc 

Dept. 

Ohio Northern Univer- 
sity Teochers Col lege 
Columbio University 
A.B., M,A. 



Heidelberg College 
Western Preserve Un 
A.E., M.S. 



New York Stote Univ, 

University of Colorodo 

e.S., M.Ed. 



Kent Stote University 
V/estern Reserve Univ. 
Ohio Stote University 
University of Zurich, 

Switzerlond 
University of Howoii 
Fenn College 
B.S. in Educotion 
M.A. 






Edwin J. S»och 


Elliobeth Strother 


John 0. Suponct 


C. E. Swackhomcr 


Sam W. Tayior, Jr 




lociol Studic, 

Bowling Green State U, 
University of Arkonso'i 
Boldwin-Vv'olloce College 
B.A, 


Bu-,jnev, Educotion, 
English 

Ohio Wcleyon Univ- 
E.A. 


Industrial Art-., 
Auto Driving 

Kent Stotc University 
Ohio University 
B.S., M.E. 
Ohio University 


Physical Educotion 

Ohio University 
Ohio State University 
Colurnbia University 
B.S. in Educotion 
MA. 


ViCQl Music 

High Point College 
Morthwestern Univers 
B.S., M.A. n Music 


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D. W. Thompson 

Mothemotics 



Gene R. Thompson 

ndustnol Arts 



Butler University Kent Stote University 

West Virginia University B.S. 
I Northwestern University 
A B 



Normon Thompson 

Biolog/ 

Kent Stote University 

B.S. in Ed, 

Western Reserve Univ. 



Fronk Troglio 



Ohio State Uni/ersii 
Western Reserve Un 
B S,, MA, 



Miami University 
Western Reserve Unii 
B.S., M.A. 





Cleveland Institute 

Art 
Western Reserve U 
Kent State Univer; 



Oberlin College 
Chio State University 
Western Reserve Univ. 
A.B., M.A. 



Reita Williams 

English, Home Arts 
Kent State Univ 



Beula Wilson 

Mathematics, C 



Flora Stone Mathe 
Western Reser' 
B.A., M.A. 




These are the teachers of E.H.S., some just out of college and others who have been 
here since Euclid High opened in 1950. Besides filling their days with lesson preparation, 
class instruction, and grading papers, they find time to sponsor activities around school, 
plan homeroom guidance, coach athletic teams, and most important of all to be friends 
with the student body. Here's hoping that you, the faculty members, enjoyed the school 
year of "56" as much as the students have. You hove the thanks of the students for 
wearing "Beat Tech" tags, sponsoring Student Council candidates, directing the class as- 
semblies, giving up your free time to chaperone all the social affairs, and for backing the 
"Fat Panthers" as well as the Euclid Panthers. 

The class of "56" says good-by, but not for long. You can expect to see us back 
before too long with a long list of achievements because we have great hopes and dreams 
for the future, which you have helped make possible. 



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. .THE ALERTNESS OF 

OUR S0PI40/A0RE DA-Y5 . . 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
Jim Parker, Treos.; Jo Ann Buchar, Sec, Ron Schneider, President; Bill Murphy, V. Pres. 




The Sophomore class had to choose 
its officers and class cabinet from old 
and new classmates. The representa- 
tives on the cabinet were elected by their 
homerooms and through them the class 
started a successful three year stay at 
Euclid Senior High. This class will al- 
ways remember the Sophomore party, 
the Seniors of "56" who weren't such 
awful ogres, their first Friendship Hi-Y 
formal, the pep rally before Euclid played 
East Tech in basketball, and the Sopho- 
more assembly. This class will be re- 
membered as all Sophomores are always 
remembered. 



SOPHOMORE COUNSELORS 
E, Lemon, J. Pohto 



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HOMEROOM 103 

■irst Row; J. Barnes, I. Anderson, L. Ber- 

ger, S. Altknecht, G. Anson, B. B^itt, 

B. Call, 
iecond Row; D. Allsopp, J. Kilka, J, 

Bottung, D. Beyer, J. Barnes, B, Ben- 

cin, G. Berthold. 
rhird Row; M. Bauer, L. Abrams, E. 

Abroms, G. Bagocious, T. Amundsen, 

N. Beeke, D. Andrews, 
-ourth Row; D. Bavetz, T. Andraitis, 

D. Allar, B. Batewell, B, Aspinwall, D. 

Bates, 
-ifth Row; H. Bechemer, L, Ankuda, 

L. Banning, R. Beoll. 
-Jot Picturesd; B. Auten, J. Adomszew- 

ski, B. Behrens, V. Bockstrom. 



HOMEROOM 105 

-irst Row; B. Boland, G. Adamik, C. 

Braden, M. Brown, D. Bos'o, F. Bosich 
Second Row; C. Bonnett, C. Buss, D. 

Broeckel, F. Breen, G. Moher, A. 

Youngberg. 
rhird Row; D. Bledermon, D. Francis, 

D. durmeister, C. Brizard, J. Buchar, 

D. Bloom, 
"ourth Row; J. Beres, E. Boulware, G. 

Brewster, B. Brooks, B. Bockbrader, 

H. Berlo. 
■ifth Row; A. Bills, B. rewer, M. Block- 
burn, S. Bouse, P. Binder. 




HOMEROOM 106 

-irst Row; D. Cavell, C. Cerney, E, Grim, 

V. Budan, F. Davis, V. Colombi, N. 

Costello. 
second Row; K. Danzinger, L. Davis, C, 

Dougherty, A. Weinstein, M. Colan- 

tonio, P. Cesen. 
rhird Row; R. Brown, W. Condon, D. 

Buchto, J. Cline, E. Campono. 
-ourth Row; S. Brown, R. Carpenter, A. 

Brown, J. Butler, F. Cerino, F. Cercek. 
-irth Row: N. Carroccio, R. Campbell, 

R. Buzonski, H. Konte, C. Bustricky, 

F, Cesnik. 
Mot Pictured; N. Carney, B. Carlton, D. 

D'Amico, C. Clarke. 

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HOMEROOM 107 

First Row: B. Drotos, P. Doyle, C. Edel- 
berg, V. McDowell, A. Ditirro. 

Second Row: J. Derbaum, S. Dreifort, 
V. Doris, G. Deely, B. Demshar, N. 
Elliott. 

Third Row: W. Cornell, M. Considine, 
D. Kordick, C. Dinsmore, L. Davis, 
M. Dunn. 

Fourth Row: D. Doley, J. Dodson, J. Duf- 
fy, L. Crone, R. Dever, C. Dennis. 

Fifth Row: D. Deitz, R. Clevinger, W. 
Cook, D. Delevie, D. Clink, J. Cow- 
gill, G. McKee. 

Not Pictured: W. Delly, R. Dey, N. Doll- 
more. 



HOMEROOM 1 10 

First Row: L. Gorslene, P. Gregory, J. 

Duncon, J. Focht, J. Golob. 
Second Row: B. Friedman, E. Foerstc, J. 

Ford, J. Geyer, K. Fletcher. 
Third Row: J. Golob, J. Fatur, F. For- 

sythe, S. Galobo, M. Felice, L. Foster. 
Fourth Row: J. Glinsek, R. Gouch, L. 

Gobowitz, A. Gessie, G. Folk, P. Fober. 
Fifth Row: L. Garrett, F. Fende, D. Ful- 
ler, W. Geske, F. Fontini. 
Not Pictured: T. Chestnut, H. Fine, H. 

Forsberg, G. Foster, P. Floesgorten, 

S. Rutkosky. 



HOMEROOM 1 1 6 

First Row: J. Holzberger, S. Edwards, B. 

Hamilton, R. Horvath, G. Schofer, N. 

Huston, B. Henfling. 
Second Row: N. Hewitt, P. Gliebe, K. 

Haas, B. Hunt, J. Gielink, R. Grovell 
Third Row: N. Holmes, A. Hones, R. 

Hunston, J. Handy, J. Hudec, L. Han- 
sen, A. Hovo. 
Fourth Row: R. Hammink, K. Lowry, J. 

Greaves, A. Kakta, D. Green, J. Her- 

rick. 
Fifth Row: B. Groofmeyer, T. Bingham, 

Paul LaBont, G. Giordano, D. Gray, 

T. Gibb. 
Not Pictured: D. Hedges, B. Harris, G. 

Gordon, D. Gibson. 



HOMEROOM 204 

First Row: B. Patrycy, B. Koester, C. 

Kocher, B. Hoernig, K. Kish, C. Jarc, 

J. Intorcio. 
Second Row; J. Jones, A. Johnson, S. 

Kerzic, S. Kiebler, J. Hoppert, E. lofe- 

iice, R. Mines. 
Third Row: M. Jordan, B. Rich, J. Holt, 

K. Kessler, D. King, B. Katonik. 
Fourth Row: C. Joynes, H. Jonke, D. 

Hill, P. Herobek, J. Kolman, C. Jeron. 
Fifth Row: L. Jonassen, H. Hill, T. 

Heinz, B. Howke, A. Ivancic. 
Slot Pictured: J. Kneiss, J. Jundo. 



HOMEROOM 207 

-irst Row: S. Jones, B. Lonning, J. Lu 

cos, G. CostorVinci, R. Kuznik, M 

Larkin. 
jecond Row: D. Koss, T. Knack, R 

Kranz, J. Kuriiko, J. McGovern, K 

Kuhor, J. Leduc. 
rhird Row: S. Lindquist, J. York, E 

McCormock, C. Laubler, S. Levy, L 

Luikort. 
ourth Row: C. Kidd, K. Krecic, C. Kozel 

D. Lindstrom, M. McBroom, E. Lou- 
rich, J. LoTour, 
•ifth Row: L. Konyha, L. Korzinowski, 

J. Kuchta, J. Koihler, B. Long, H, 

King, R. Kocprzok. 
-Jot Pictured: M. Keyes, M. Long. 



HOMEROOM 209 

Nrst Row: H. McKnight, R. Lisch, C, 

Leber, P. Long, H. Leininger, K, 

Mclntyre. 
Second Row: K. McPeek, G. Mothson, 

P. Marolt, J. Markonc, C. Kelly, C. 

Momona. 
rhird Row: L. Veith, B. Molone, D. Lee, 

N. Montville, C. Massie, J. Maskunan, 

J. McKibben. 
■ourth Row: L. Leavitt, C. Manney, M. 

Martin, L. Mateyko, A. MDCorol, R. 

Langel, M. McPherson. 
=ifth Row: V. Mocheta, D. Lobdell, C. 

LoPresti, A. McLaughlin, R. Leiand, 

G. Bowers, R. McCormick. 
-Jot Pictured: R. Lokor, J. Leutkemeyer. 





HOMEROOM 308 

First Row: C. Mulligan, H. Morgan, J 

Mullhal, J. Marett, B. Macck. 
Second Row: J. Norbic, V. Milenock, P 

Miles, P. Murray, R. Monroe, H 

Moles. 
Third Row: M, Mervar, B. Miller, B 

Mijocek, B. MIokab, M. Metzer. 
Fourth Row: W. itchell, D. Nemeth, C 

Misick, J. Oneacre, C. Miller. 
Fifth Row: D. Mehls, T. Moore, B. Mu 

phy, R. Milon. 
Not Pictured: D. Mattis, L. McLaughlin 

R. MeLeod, B. Messner, M. Nash, W 

Nelson. 



HOMEROOM 309 

First Row: H. Prebevek, S. Paul, G. Por- 

mester, B. Powell, J. Bambick. 
Second Row: J. Potocer, J. Newman, J. 

Popes, K. Oyler, D. Pintor, B. Ostkar. 
Third Row: J. Nossek, M. Pesec, B. Pog- 

nik, P. Paulucci, B. Oviatt. 
Fourth Row: T. Payerchin, B. Paik, P. 

Perma, R. Piper, F. Polls. 
Fifth Row: N. Polorney, R. Ozman, J. 
Polinkas, J. Nowacek, E. Palcio. 
Not Pictured: B. Berger, A. Johnson, R. 

Bogs, T. Oster, C. Palmer, G. Nicman, 

B. Pogelis. 



HOMEROOM 310 

First Row: L. Relyea, D. Rommel, A. 

Rostankowski, A. Primo, N. Ryder, 

G. Ross, J. Ryder. 
Second Row: J. Rode, J. Rupert, J. Ron- 
court, S. Scndt, R. Reed, W. Roffety, 

T. Rosenthal, J. Rotter. 

Roller, P. Rafter, M. Stosienko, N. 
Third Row: L. Prioreschi, R. Ryba, C. 

Roby, A. Rancont. 
Fourth Row: J. Pasquole, L. Evancic, D, 

Picciotti, J. Parker, G. Pringle, B. Paz. 
Fifth Row: A. Perrotti, D. Potter, R. 

Petrick, J. Piccirello, J. Parziale, R. 

Potete. 



HOMEROOM 312 

•irst Row: C. Shirk, P. Shunkwiler, D. 

Rinehart, M. Shirk, J. Shack, 
lecond Row: M. Schoel, S. Schmidt, M. 

Schultz, H. Schiemann. 
rhird Row: G. Sari, J. Scheerer, G. Sict, 

M. Simcic, M. Sedusky. 
■ourth Row; R. Rinehart, R. Reeves, D, 

Shonk, K. Ross, 
■ifth Row: J. Rogosch, N. Rohricht, B. 

Richards, A. Rendina, W. Riebe, D. 

Roberts. 
^Jot Pictured: R. Ricksecker, J. Rose, J. 

Chudalski, L. Shaheen, J. Schneider. 



HOMEROOM 315 

■irst Row: A. Scott, B. Smce, T. Sivia, 

M. Smith, C. Stacey. 
iecond Row: R. Stomm, J. Sims, M. 

Spall, M. Tucceri. 
'hird Row: L. Sandy, E. Rost, A. Semlow, 

S. Sok, E. Helmiek. 
-ourth Row: E. Skodiar, J. Smith, M. 

Smigelski, J. Shok, J. Schudel. 
■ifth Row: R. Schneider, J. Schumer, R. 

Schmidt, A. Smith, R. Sajovec. 
-Jot Pictured: C. Sivillo, R. Schultz. 



HOMEROOM 318 

■^irst Row: J. Smith, M. Shichtmon, D. 

Shackelford, J. Thomas, J. Spaur, A. 

Serro. 
iecond Row: M. Tarantino, P. Strunk, D. 

Stillinger, C. Thomas, C. Taylor. 
Third Row: K. Stroub, S. Montgomery, 

B. Sumner, J. Strand, A. Tarantino, 

J. Sullivan. 
Fourth Row: A. Siston, R. Speel, J. 

Stacks, M. Terrell, C. Telling, 
■ifth Row: R. Sopata, R. Show, B. Spring- 

ger, D. Stamberger, L. Stevens, B. 

Sonnie. 
Not Pictured: D. Teal. 

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HOMEROOM CAFE B 

First Row: T. Syracuse, D. Thompson, 
M. Teckovic, C. Turner, M. Thomp- 
son, R. Volenti, B. Cinco, E. Vidmor. 

Second Row: J. Turk, N. Trudeou, M. 
Tolar, C. Turk, B, Tolor, J, Yesenko, 
D. Tucker. 

Third Row: K. Tropiano, F. Valdugo, D. 
Thronberens, E. VonHoff, M. Turk, 
S. Turk, K. Toth. 

Fourth Row: N. Vidmor, J. Teckovic, C. 
Thomosey, V. Walker, D. Vodoken, 
R. Twitchell, C. Wolloce. 

Fifth Row: A. Tiedmon, L. Tyjeski, M. 
Theodosian, B. Twee, R. Stojetz, R, 
Tilly, J. Votty, M. Toll, 

Not Pictured: W, Thomos, D. Tucker. 



HOMEROOM CAFE A 

First Row: F Weed, M. Yates, D. WtU 
liams, M. Wise, J. Waschura, L. 
Zibert. 

Second Row: K. Zinner, R. Yonc, A. Zim- 
merman, I. iegler, L. Gainar, L. Zu- 
ponic, D. Witzke. 

Third Row: F. Wickizer, J. Znidorsic, N. 
Wood, D. Westbrook, D. Zockel, I. 
Wolff, J. Weber. 

Fourth Row: S. Zuponcic, J. Zingole, J. 
Vigh, K. Whalen, W. Wallace, A. 
Zoyatz, C. Welcheck. 

Fifth Row: N, Wilberscheid, J. Yanchor, 
D. Zok, J. Zagose, D. Woomer, R. 
Vidulich, S. Walk. 

Not Pictured: R. Wandersleben, G. Wil- 
son. 



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.. .TOG&TW&R WIT14 T^^E- GROWING 
MATURIPf OF OUR JUNIOR YEAR.. 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
P Cramer, President; 5. Mock, Secretory; S. Korencic, Vice 




JUNIOR GUIDANCE COUNCIL 

First Row: C. Gauch, R. Templin, D. Brigger, M. McCall, C. Conrad. 
Second Row: R. Newcomb, M. Hummon, A. Borden, J. Sonda, D. MccCarthy. 
Third Row: B. Gerland, T. Eddy, B. Zahler, L. Kelly, W. Milligan. 



HOMEROOM 109 

First Row: S. Allbery, J. Appleby, R. Ayala, B. Roskoph, 
E. Schonhiutt. 

Second Row: J. Battung, G. Allison, T. BaNce, J. Baker, 
L. Apolski, J. McDonald. 

Third Row: A. Borden, P. Samida, D. Boumert, M. Boitt, 
E. Barrows. 

Fourth Row: R. Ambros, A. Anderson, B. Birkic, J. Rog- 
ers, P. Askue, P. Castellano. 

Fifth Row: D. Beyer, G. Bill, E. Kostiha, R. Ayola. D. 
Benic, D. Albertone. 

Not Pictured: R John. 




JUNIOR COUNSELORS 
H Stewart, F. Troglia. 




First Row; M. Bisbee, M. Brinovec, 

D. Brigger, N. Morlock, N. Broos 
Second Row: P. Beran, C. Brotusln, 

P. Boehmer, C. Bindokas, I. Ber- 

ardlinelle, G. Brewster. 
Third Row: A. Bost, B. B< 

Burnett, M. Bubonics. V. Burger 
Fourth Row: R. Berlo, C. Berezon- 

sky, K. Scheel, D. Burmeister, V 

Cetoratti. 
Fifth Row; B. Denihan, B. Brancely 
Irowning, E. Peiack, B. Toy- 




HOMEROOM 212 

First Row: J. Colledge, L. Soderberg, 

P. Bulicek, C. Carpenter, C. Con- 
rad, S. Cohen. 
Second Row: H. Contenza, J. Co- 

ville, J, Clayton, S. Carr, V. 

Charnick. 
Third Row: R. Clayton, C. Carr, C. 

Chauby, J, Clarke, B. Burr, R. 

Coltnn. 
Fourth Row: D. Clark, B. Crane, J. 

Corlette, J, Conroy, W, Marshall, 

D Larick. 
Fifth Row: D, Clark, G. Diskes D. 

Delauer, R. Cramer, J. Kovach, 

L. Stenger. 
Not Pictured: G Collins, R. Corsaro, 

W. Cox, D. Coy, R, Delis. R. 

Powell, N. Camm. 



HOMEROOM 125 

First Row: C. Eiskonen, C. D'Amico, 

L. Emter, E. Dudosh. E. Courtot. 
Second Row; R. Downing, G. Eisen, 

P. Donley, R. Davis, S. Corron. 
Third Row: H. Eideneer, J. Drob- 

nick, N. Eckerman, D. Povse, F. 

Flicker. 
Fourth Row: B. Erickson, J. Emer- 
ick, R. EIrick, P. Coon, T. Holloran. 
Fifth Row: W. Miligan, G. Donahue, 

J. Duval, H. Douglas, T. Doty, 
Not Pictured: T. Coyle. 




HOMEROOM 201 

-irst Row; F. Poppas. G. Kaufman 

M. Gargetic, J. Hollack, D. Hall 
second Row: G. Gordon, S. Graham 

N. Haldermon, T. Gnidovec. 
Third Row: J. Gortz. M. Green, V 

Skerley, C. Gausby, E. Govifz. 
=ourfh Row: D. Gotthalt, T, Goble 

B, Gerland, B. Gallagher, G. Gore 
= ifth Row: J. Gierke, R. Hodden, T 

Gregoric, J. Goebelbecker, J 

Gleason. 
Mot Pictured: J. Galliher, D. Ham 

ilton, G. Rose, K. Ryder. 




HOMEROOM 205 

First Row: M, Eva, J, Hurless, M. 

Harris, M. Jacksa, P. Holtz, J. 

Hortzell. 
Second Row: B. Hanslik, M. Erzen, 

J. Henry, M. Wotawa, N. Hot- 

fert, G. Hunt. 
Third Row: D. Howard, L. Haddock, 

L. Homilton, A. Huusare, C. 

James, N. Hoykar, L. Highland. 
Fourth Row: D, Hillier, T. losue, 

8, Jelinek, A. Hale, F. Horton, 

L. Hovancsek. 
Fifth Row: R. Hadden, H. Holt, B. 

Howell, B. Holland, J. Hoffert, 

J. Herbst. 
Not Pictured: J, Warren, T. Jaw- 

arske. 



HOMEROOM 206 

First Row: K. McKinstry, B. Kellogg, 

S. Korencic, 5. Jerebek, S. Bates. 
Second Row: J. Kozak, B. Korencic, 

D. Kamm, D. Kubilus, J. Kroft, 

J. Jarc. 
Third Row: N. Johnson, A. Spring, 

C. Krecic, J. Klopovic 
Fourth Row: R. Kornblu 

C. Klima, J. Johnson, R. Kaib, 

D. Kelso. 

Fifth Row: R. Katona, R. Klishek, 

L. Kendig, R. Knuth, L. Kelly. 
Not Pictured: E. Krevs, N. Kalberer, 

E. Kovach, R. Klishek, B. Mills. 



B. Katosic, 
1, J. Knuth, 




HOMEROOM 


210 


First Row B Gregory 
Stuehnnger, B Krc 
inger, B Leybeck, 


K. Lorkin, J 
mer, S. Lein- 
J. Kuhar. 


Second Ro 

vitz, L 
McColl, 
Lloyd 


w B 
Lampe 
B La 


Loz 
M 


or, L. Levko- 

Lourich, M 

B, Lazor, B 


Third Row 
R Kuha 


R Lynch, 
, B Kozec 


T. LoBarbaro 
wski, C, Her- 



Fourth Row 

J Naroski, W Gansen, R. Lor: 

R Lucci, K Krotine. 
Fifth Row P Launch, B. Lustr 

J Lavo, R Krivec, N. LoBant, 




First Row 
cus, N 
Mossey 

Second Ri 



K McDei 
Mongus 
P Milner 

V B McMillion, B / 
enda, J Magclenga 
McGowan 
Thud Row 
Miller t 
McGinnis 
Fourth Row P 
ion. G McCi 
R Ward 
Fifth Row D McCarthy, T McBu 
nie, T Murphy, J May, B Mo 
tin, M Miller, K Maicen 
Not Pictured R Weiss, R Masse' 
C Mondel 



aftersi 




HOMEROOM 112 

First Row N Neole, P. Noble, M. 

Muraca, R Moher, E. Mylar. 
Second Row V Nipple, J. Neus- 

tedt, J Dixon, M. Clements, J. 

Nobbe, B Nixon. 
Third Row R Petelinkar, B. Moh- 

lor C Neat, L Neylon, J, Myers. 
Fourth Row F Noyok, T. Koester, 

D Pasquale, L Nagy, T. O'Brien, 

K Modic 
Fifth Row J Pegoraro, G. Neu- 

monn, B O'Brien, T. Opdohll, 

R Moses, R Novotny, L. Nosse. 
Nit Pictured B Morris, L, Myers, 

R Newcomb F Palm, Y. Donner, 

S Mock, K Moser. 

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HOMEROOM 213 

First Row: K. Pierret, C. Krauss, M, 
Palumbo, G. Perkins, C. Pearl- 
man, B. Pickett. 

Second Row: R. Randall, F. Wolf, 
J. Rogers, B. Perusek, D. Opalich, 
B. Novak. 

Third Row: J. Pimeau, D. Nosan, J, 
Phelps, M. Oblok, B. Popp, A. 
McCormick. 

Fourth Row: J. Ridinger, M. Per- 
fick, 5. Porter, M. Rice, R. Queen, 
P. Richards. 

Fifth Row: T. Potts, S. Rinehart, R. 
Price, L. Pokront, A. Focarett, 
P. Drogas. 

Not Pictured: D. Rash, J. Poch, N, 
Petrich, M. Oberdank, K. Peter- 
son, J. Boggs, J. Rose. 





HOMEROOM 212 

First Row: B. Roth, J. Rayer, G. 

Ritchie, L. Ress, C. Rose, M. 

Rankin. 
Second Row: M. Priest, E. Potichny, 

D. Rochkar, J. Redfern, L. Riehl. 
Third Row: R. Rofhrock, J. Runo, 

C. Rafter, C. Rever, B. Amund- 
sen, J. Gerson. 
Fourth Row: B. Scott, G Row, R. 

Timco, L. Shuber, D. Smith. 
Fifth Row: P. Smith, C. Corrao, D. 

Kokos, M. Soyot, L. Sounkwiler, 

T. Eddy. 
Not Pictured: D. Seaman, R. Sek- 

ston, E, Shearer, J. Smeby, G. 

Smelik, R. Hole. 



HOMEROOM 303 

First Row: L. Schrock, D. Seamen 

S. Santee, S. Knowles, W. Ryder 
Second Row: J. Sanda, H. Solaiak 

S. Sieber, M. Samsa, P. Shuster 

D. Sanders. 
Third Row: R. Taylor, E. Schrainer 

G. Schwartz, H. Smiciklas, B 

Smith. 
Fourth Row: C. Stenger, J. Stevens 

K. Stigh, T. Somork, E. Steelman 
Fifth Row: R. Sullivan, E. Bolan 

P. Strohm, C. Tahon, R. Stegura 
Not Pictured: A. Tarantino, R 

Stefonik, M. Ceforatti, J. Stro- 

zier, B. Sherman, R. Miklovz. 




HOME ROOM 313 

First Row: P. Zeigler, G Waldman, 
S. Wolanski, R. Harris, M, Yager, 
J. Zanyk. 

Second Row: M. Zanghi, C. Wolf, 
C. Wright, A. Volduga, P. Wil- 
liams. 

Ttiird Row: 0. Wertenburger, M. 
Witrine, J. Zoul, G. Williams, J. 
Wokelee, D. Kernon. 

Fourth Row: D, Smith, T. Wight, 
J. Williams, S. Zingales, K. West. 

Fifth Row: M. Yopko, L. Smith J 
Wise, J, Yofsko, W. Zahler. 



HOMEROOM 


306 




First Row: 
J. Tabor, 
R. Stone. 


B. 
D 


Anson, 
Stellute 


M. 
, D 


Thomas 
Soeder 


Second Ro 
Stermole, 
R Tempi 


A 


L. Sta 
Volenti 


nkie 
P. 


^isz, E 
Stodler 


Third Row 
Swaney, 
J Thoma 


R 
M 


Korpin, 
Solon, 


J. 
J. 


"own, J 
Ulmonn 


Fourth Row B Walters 
lello, L Worhohc, 
Waterwash 


N. 
D. 


Vaccar- 
Vah, J 


Fifth Row 
J Wawr 
Wall G 


J VanDiest, B. Tegel 
zyniak, L. Urgeleif, R 
Watkins, P. Clark. 


Not Pictured 
A TapGssi, 
D Walter. 


T Tench 
J Tozz 


, D 
, D 


Werley 
Kosely 




The Junior Class had a cabinet consist- 
ing of representatives which met after 
school to plan the affairs of the class. The 
outstanding event of the year was the Jun- 
ior Prom, when the cafeteria blossomed 
into a Southern plantation scene under the 
direction of the decorations committee, 
with the evening made lovelier by the mu- 
sic of Harry Hershey's orchestra. This 
class will remember the Junior Party, the 
Junior assembly, and buying class rings. 



This class will be remembered for origin- 
ating the Junior Guidance Council to im- 
prove end promote homeroom guidance on 
Thursdays. 

By the time the Juniors see this book 
they will be Seniors. Here's hoping that 
they will hove a successful year as upper- 
classmen and hold on to the many honors 
which belong to Euclid High — especially 
that wonderful new feeling of school spirit! 



Qy'^aomn 



aihri^ 




. . FURTW&R DEVELOPED A5 WE- 
STRlVt FOR RECOGNITION 
OUR ORGANIZATIONS. . 




ofliionflL HonoR socitn 




First Row D Snyder, Sweeder D Heck, M. Kunkel. 

Second Row M Zimmerman, J Kronenberger, J. Krauss, J. Beachon, M. Wendall. 

Third Row M Weaver, J Blackburn, J Koyha, M. Foster, S. Angene. 

Fourth Row D Covert, E Eckert, L Miller, J Bomback, H. Hempl, M. Dolon. 

Cne of the highest honors a high school can bestow upon an outstanding 
student is membership in the National Honor Society. Members are chosen 
from those in the upper third of the Junior and Senior classes. Scholarship 
is emphasized since all students eligible must have an average of eighty- 
five or better. These students are rated by the faculty and N.HS. members 
according to character, leadership, and service. 





D Snyder, Troasi 



D. Heck, Vice 



[IflllOOflL QUILL flflD SCROLL 




To be eligible to belong to Quill and Scroll a person must hove a high 
scholastic average, must have made a valuable contribution to one of the 
high school publications, and have been recommended by an advisor. Ac- 
ceptance into Quill and Scroll means that a person has literally "made it" 
as far as the field of high school journalism is concerned. The honorary 
pin is a quill with a scroll beneath it. Printed on it are the words Quill and 
Scroll as well as the initials IHSHSJ meaning International Honor Society 
for High School Journalists. 






siuDfnTCflunciL 




link, M. Zir 



M. Dolan, J, Kronen- 
M. Larkin, 



First Row: G. Donahue, J, Bock, 5. Patmore, E. Eckert, E. H 

berger, D. Heck, F Bowles, B, Kramer, T, Gregorc, 
Second Row: N, Clements, W. Ryder, B. Korencic, B. Moore, M, Franks, N. Pavlicek, J. S 

N. Carney, J, Buchar. 
Third Row: H. Leininger, J. Thomas, B. Mijacek, L. Berger, A. Clark, G. McGuire, E. Berner, S. Henn, 

P. Bulicek, J, Hallack, J. Baker, N. Eckerman, N. Turdeou, S. Mock, 
Fourth Row: D. Johnson, B, Fabritius, B. Horns, S. Kiebler, M. Sedusky, J. Ford, A, Neylon, M. Skronce, 

K. Lauter, A. Thompson, F. Frederico, R. Hager, B. Osfkar, M. Priest. 
Fifth Row: D. Gravel, N. Browning, G. Macrocken, J. Wawrzyniak, B. Pierret, B. Ronke, S. banning, T. 

Wight, J. Yanchar, B. Kosher, A. Hole. 

One of the most important organizations at Euclid High was the Student Council. At 
the beginning of the semester each homeroom elected one representative to take their 
problems to the weekly Student Council meeting. The problems were brought to the at- 
tention of the council, discussed, solved, and the representative returned to his homeroom 
with the report of the last meeting. Hallguards, concessions, assembly programs, room 
secretaries, guides, the recreation room, and the student magazine drive were completely 
managed by the executive board comprised jointly of the candidates who ran for office 
in the last election, and the present officers. The Student Council works for the better- 
ment of the school by appropriating money for other worthy school organizations. 

OFFICERS 
E. Hassink, Secretory; M. Dolan, Vice President, 
T. Gregorc, Treasurer; J Monnet President 





siuofHT council 





EXECUTIVE BOARD 
First Row; T, Gregorc, M. Dolon, J. Monnet, E. Hossink. 
Second Row: J. Kronenberger, D. Gravell, G. Donahue, S. Pot- 
more. 

lan, E. Eckert, F. Bowles, D. Heck, 



•■v_M SECRETARIES 
First Row: J. Kronenoerger, D, Orcutf, P. Gribbons, S. Henn 
Second Row: G. Buto, B. Cramer, B. Ronke, D. Heck. 
Third Row: D. Gravell, G. Donahue, J. Wowrzyniok, J. Gerke 




GUIDES 
First Row: A. Nylon, M. Skronce, M. Zimmerman, P. Gribbons, 

E. Hassink, 
Second Row: J. Kronenberger, S. Potmore, P. Toll, N. Repogle, 

D. Orcutt. 
Third Row: J. Bock, B. Cramer, G. Donahue, M. Priest. 
Fourth Row: F. Bowles, S. Lanning, D. Gravell, J. Wawrzniak 

D. Heck. 



HALL GUARDS 
First Row: D. Heck, C. Carpenter, D. Orcutt. 
Second Row: H. Bill, F. Bowles, D. Gravell, S. Lanning. 




BOOKSTORE 
Left to right: K. Carpenter, A. Clark, D. Pasqu 
L. Homilton, C. Mourer, R. Ricci. 



CONCESSIONS 
N. Hoffert, Left to right: S. Potmore, B. O'Hare, N. 

ents, S. Korencic, N. Eckermon, B. Ko 
R. Pignataro, J. Boker. 




L fORfOSIC LfllGUf 




NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 
First Row: G. Waldman, A. Kopf, P. Niebecker, M. Wendell. 
Second Row: G. Gionasi, R. Stompfel, J. Sonda, B. Grossman, D. Wlodarski. 
Third Row: J. Battung, P. Carbone, L. Miller, C. Rogosch, R. Edwards. 
Fourth Row: J. West, G. Gore, D. Albertone, D. Covert, D. Heck. 

Unknown to many, Euclid's National Forensic League has won more 
medals, trophies, and honors than the combined efforts of all our athletic 
teams. This year our speakers gained recognition when a plaque was given 
to the school by the national office naming the group "Outstanding Chapter 
in Ohio for 1954-1955." The speech team, specializing in debate, original 
oratory, humorous, dramatic, oratorical declamation, and extemporaneous 
speaking gathered over ten thousand points at tournaments during the past 
five years. 

OFFICERS 
First Row: C. Sprocki, Secretary; A. Kopf, President. 
Second Row: L. Miller, Vice President; G. Gianosi, 
Record-ing Secretary; D. Covert, Tn 




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D. Snyder, M. Shirk, 5. Peek, G. Gionosi, D. Sweeder, J. Blackburn, L. Mill 



I, G. 
P. Carbone 



Second Row: J. Roubicek, M. Spall, P. Bulicec, M. Yeioger, L. Ress, P. Neibecker, D. Woldarsk 

M, Wendell, B, Gregory, B. Lloyd, C. Carpenter, S. Leininger, P. Morocco, P. Holfz, e. arouse, 

M. Hummon. 
Third Row; M. Zanghi, E. Skodlar, N. Pavilicek, C. Bernard, P, Miles, R. Rict, B, Ansno, K. Stoner, A. 

Neylon, B. Perusik, C. Broden, S. Edwards, G. Brewster, N. Huston, B. Hunt, P. Gregory, H, Moles, 

L. Relyeo, M, Thompson. 
Fourth Row: J. Eckermon, G. Postnok, A, Valdugo, P. Zeigler, B. Mcjesic, D. Appleby, C. Longlois, G- 

Allison, L, Meteyko, E. Launch, C. Scheal, K. Kish, D. Kost, R. Hunston, M. Laurich, M. McColl, A. 

Krogman, S. Angene, W. Benedetto, C. Linguist. 
Fifth Row: D. Becker, J. LoTour, M, Weaver, D. Biedermon, G. Siat, S. Coron, N. Holdermon, S. Graham. 

C. Neat, P. Bonk, J. Herrick, J. Bolice, J. Baker, J. Smith, B. Novak, V. Davis, B. Carleton, J. Kosman, 

B. Hamilton D. Stillinger, K. Dougherty, J. McKibben, D. Gothay. 
Sixth Row: D. McDougall, P. Postle, C. Dinunzio, P. Perme, S. Bouse, C. .^^lller, N. Beeke, M. Pesec, S. 

Linguist, C. Chauby, M, Leuty, A. Mackerel, K. Fletcher, J. Znidorsic, J. Jorc, A. Flocke. N. Replogle, 

P. Toll, J Joblon, J. Zust, D. Loribee, E. Berner, B. Budd, J. Bottung 

The Jane Williams Chapter of the Future Teachers of America is one of the many 
groups in high schools and colleges all over the country designed to acquaint interested 
students with the teaching profession. Euclid's F.T.A. held an initiation ceremony at the 
beginning of the year installing eighty members selected on personaiiity, character, schol- 
arship, and interest in teaching. These members were able to earn pins by tutoring, 
substituting in the Euclid Schools, and serving on club committees. At the end of the 
year a traditional spaghetti dinner was held. At this dinner the new officers were an- 
nounced and pins were received by the stud3nts who have earned them. 

F. T. A. OFFICERS 





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fUCLIDIi EDIIORIflL STflff 



In May of 1955, a group of Euclid students held the first meeting of the 1956 
Euclidian staff. Until summer vacation startsd, the group met after school to discuss small 
detail? that would improve the yearbook. During summer vacation the staff met once 
a week to plan the dummy book. In August the cover was chosen after a long consider- 
ation on design, color, and cover grain. During the school year two days were set aside 
to take homeroom and activity pictures. This still left many pictures to be token through- 
out the year. Script had to be written, pictures identified, pictures cut to size, and 
division pages and symbols drawn. It was a difficult job, so here's hoping that you real- 
ly like your book. 




EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF 
First Row; M. Dolon, J. Beochom, M. Wendell, 5. Combs. 
Second Row; J. DiSantis, J. Blackburn, K. Stoner, G. Gion 
Third Row: P. Glenn, G. Schroeder, B. Judson, B. Fabritiu: 




EUCLIDIAN EDITORS 

First Row: J. Blackburn, M. Dolon, J. Beocham, M. Wendell, 

S. Combs. 
Second Row: G. Giancsi, B. Fabrifius, B. Judson. 



fUCLIDIflO BUSIflfSS SIflff 



Obtaining money for the publication of this yearbook was the main function of the 
Euclidian Business Staff. Through the efforts of the staff of the Business Manager, Adver- 
tising Manager, Circulation Manager, their assistants. Sophomore Heads, and Treasurer, 
the Euclidian subscription drive in early October was successful. The Publications movie, 
"U.S.S. Titanic" and an after-game dance were also sponsored by the Business Staff as 
money-making activities for the Euclidian. Advertising was a chief source of income, 
and the three-month campaign was one of the most successful 

The final job of the staff was to plan and organize for the distribution of the 
Euclidian. 






EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS MANAGERS 

First Row: J. Wakelee, D. Brigger. 

Second Row: B. Zahler, R. Stompfel, D. Sweeder, S. Potmore, 
D. Opalich. 





SURm fDIIOfilHL SIflff 



A new format and editorial policy was introduced last year into Euclid High's bi- 
weekly newspaper, the Survey, when a different system of editors was established and re- 
porters were selected from the journalism classes. Comprised of six editors: the news, 
feature, sports, front page, and third page editors, and an editor-in-chief, the staff as- 
signed stories and edited copy. By working on the Survey the students learned to collect 
news material, write columns, and meet deadlines. Girls and boys alike were required to 
write editorials, take student polls and even cover sports events. The paper promises to 
become one of the finest in the state and belongs to the Nationall Scholastic Press Asso- 
ciation and the International Quill and Scroll Association. 




Survey Editorial Staff 




SURVEY EDITORS 

First Row: J. Wuchte, G. Goina 
Second Row: B. Stampfel. 
Third Row: D Heck, J. Konyho 



mm Busiflfss smff 

Every homeroom at Euclid High had a Survey representative. These people collect- 
ed the subscription money at the beginning of the year and sow to it that every subscriber 
received a paper every two weeks. Soliciting advertising, sending out bills, selling football 
and basketball programs, and working on publication movies were all jobs of the Survey 
business staff. Just as important as the editorial staff of writers, artists, and printers, 
the business staff had the difficult job of raising money which went on all year. Happy 
was the staff who left the Survey in the credit column. 





SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 
First Row: M. Skrance, A. Neylon, M. Zimmerman, I. McDonald, K. Stoner, J. Magdelenc 
Second Row: W. Rider, J. Sanda, M. Fike, J. Kronenberger, P. Carbone, G. Hunt, G. Schvs 
Third Row: R. Wall, M. Leuty, T. McBernie, C. Bratush, D McDougall. 



SURVESY BUSINESS MANAGERS 



First Row: 
Second Row 
Third Row; 



/I. Zimmerman. I. McDona 
M. Fil<e, J. Kronenberger, K 
M. Leuty, D. MacDougall. 





fucuyo siflff 



The Eucuyo, Euclid High's annual literary magazine, provided an opportunity for 
some of Euclid's creative talent to be exhibited. Poems, essays, and short stories sub- 
mitted by the student body in an annual contest were voted upon and edited by the Publi- 
cation Club which met on Wednesdays during the third period. The Eucuyo's cover and 
story illustrations were drawn by the club members and other student artists. The entire 
magazine was printed in the Euclid High School print shop. Many of the writings sub- 
mitted to the contest were sent into national contests where more often than not Euclid 
emerged with honors. 




im, J. McKibben, M. Wendell, J. Sims, L. Soderberg, J. Wuchte. .D Stillmger, 

Second Row: 6. Fobritius, S, McBroom, M. Martin, J. Zust, J. Klovic, D. Lorabee, J. Redfern, C. Moore. 
Third Row: B. Randall, D. McDougoll, D. Cvitkovic, T. Eddy, D. Brocone, G. Kiebler, M, Runo, D, Mezget 




EUCUYO EDITORIAL BOARD 

First Row: J. Wakelee, J. Zust, M, Wendell, 

Second Row: J. Wuchte, S. McBroom, L. Soderberg, J. Redferi 

Third Row: D McDougall, M. Runo, T, Eddy 



UIOfiLD efffllfiS CLUB 



Discussions and movies concerning current world problems were the activities of the 
World Affairs Club which met on Wednesdays during the third period. During the sec- 
ond semester the members participated in the annual Model United Nations Assembly held 
on the campus of Western Reserve University with the students acting as delegates from 
foreign nations. In the spring two active Seniors were chosen by the club members, the 
club sponsor, and the faculty to travel to Washington, D.C. and New York City to visit 
government agencies and the United Nations. 





Avery, A. Tarantino, B. 



First Row: P. Gorsha, L. Stokes, I 

Gregory, K. Lees. 
Second Row: P. Carbone, C. Rolle 

M. McCall, B, Loce, M. Lourich. 
Third Row: G. Gianosi, G. Woldman, C. Rogel, B. Glavic, J. Smitti, D. Zackel, C. Southworth, 8. Popp, 

V, Brewster. 
Fourth Row: E. Skodlor. L Miller, R. Reeves, G. Gore, L. Krecji, J. Holtz, E. Steelmon, M. Watowa. 
Fifth Row: W. Marshall, C. Nawacek, R. Covert, E. Schultz, C. Rogosch, C. Stenger. 



WORLD AFFAIRS OFFICERS 



First Row: D. Covert, President; 
Second Row: G. Gore, Treasurer; 
Parliamentarian 





My CLUB 



Meeting on Thursday nights, the Key Club worked toward the purpose of commun- 
ity service. This Kiwonis-sponsored club provided an opportunity for the boys to visit man- 
ufacturing plants, to hear interesting speakers, and to help plan the annual Key Club 
dance. Recreation, character development, and friendliness were emphasized in the Key 
Club programs. 




First Row (bottom): D. Doley, R. Gouch, E. Eckert, H. Leininger, R. Coltrin, P. Richards. 
Second Row: B. Judson, A. Hole, N. Browning, R. Chapman, S. Zingoles, E. Steelman, D. Delavi, 
Third Row: R. Fabritius, J. WaterwOsh, L. McLaughlin, J. Emerich, R. Knuth, T. LoPorte, D. Heck. 
Fourth Row: Non-member, J. Knuth, S. Lonning, P. Schwengler, E. Berner, A. Miller, J. Gierke. 





Hl-Y CLUBS 




The basic purpose of Euclid's five Hi-Y chapters was to promote high Christian stan- 
dards in the school, the home, and the community. The meetings were held either at 
the Y-House or at the home of a member. Because of the large number of boys in Hi-Y 
it has proven necessary to divide them into chapters. Each chapter was responsible for 
its own membership and activities. During the year the various chapters sponsored dan 
ces, put on assemblies, and worked on civic projects. 



LORDS HI-Y 
B, Gerland, R 



Reev 



First Row: B. Erzen, D. 
Second Row: B. Kramer 
Third Row: R, Schneider 
Fourth Row: B. Boyntor 
Fitth Row: R. Hager, P 



REGENTS HI-Y 

Marsh, 1. Bock, E. Opotrny. 

T. Kramer, K. Lauter, J. Bomback. 
, T. Gregorc, J. Phelps, B. Barrier. 
I, D. Woodford, B. Stoietz, R. Garguilo. 

Schwegler, J. Banks, W. Milliqan. 



First Row: A. Cap 

Wertenberger. 
Second Row: T. White, D. Powell, F. Frederic 
Third Row: . Schudell, B. Tweed, T. Lopinskos 
Fourth Row: B. Zahler, J. Primeau, G. Done 

J. Lucas. 
Fifth Row: J. Thomas, K. West, J. Hotfert, J. 

J. Williams. 




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SQUIRES HI-Y 
First Row: B. Kozlowski, J. West, D. Hershey, D. Hoefle. 
Second Row: B. Clayton, R. Wall, B. Burger, B. Denihan. 
Third Row: R. Sopata, B. Flasche, G. Garrett, D. Alberto 



BISHOPS HI-Y 
First Row: G. Foster, J. Spaur, J. Smith 
Second Row: H. Forsberg, A. Hones, 
Third Row: L. Stevens, G. Nieman 



NOBLES HI-Y 
First Row: D. Howard, R. Grovell, T. Gobel, H. Lindinger. 
Second Row: J. Emerich, J. Numan, T. losue. 
Third Row: R. EIrick, T. Halleron, B. Nelson, D. Delovy. 
Fourth Row: J. Wowrzwok, D. Grovell, A. McGlaughllin, J. 

McDuffee. 

HI-Y OFFICERS 
First Row; R. Garguillo, O. Wertenberger, D. Smith, K. West, 

T. losue. 
Second Row: J. Smtih, T. Whte, R. Wall, 
Third Row: J. McDuffee, H. Forsberg, C. 

meyer, B. Flasche, J. Wawryzniak. 
Fourth Row: D. Hershey, B. Berrier, P. 

D. Marsh. 




flilfODSHIP CLUB 




FRIENDSHIP CABINET 
First Rod: P. Bonks, B. Rowe, B. Budd. 
Second Row: J. Gilmore, B. Glovic, C. Rogel. 
Third Row: G. McGinnis, L. Soderberg, M. McCall, M. 

Solos. 
Fourth Row: J. Buchar, D. Kosta, J. Leture. 



The Friendship Club was com- 
prised of Sophomore, Junior, and 
Senior Chapters. The members met 
twice a month on Tuesdays, once 
as a combined chapter, and again 
as separate chapters. 

At these meetings members 
heard outside speakers or developed 
their leadership through service 
meetings at which they made tray 
favors and other projects for hos- 
pitals. Members were ushers for 
the various programs held through- 
out the year. 

All programs were planned by 
the cabinet members chosen by the 
club, with the Friendship-Hi-Y 
Shangri-la Ball as the biggest event 
of the year. 




Senior Chapter 
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Sophomore Chapter 




VflfiSliy CHfffiUflDffiS 




p. Nipple, B. Stampfel, L. Schrock, B. Gechie, S. Mock, L. Lyons 

Varsity cheerleaders not only have to learn many cheers, but also acrobatics, arm and 
leg movements, facial experssions, co-ordination, and poise. These six girls practiced all 
summer and after school to gain perfection in their cheering. They followed our football 
team through a losing season and still had the pep and enthusiasm to boost our basketball 
team on to victory. Originators of Euclid's flash card section, the cheerleaders really 
gave school spirit o lift with new cheers and pep songs. A vote of thanks went to the 
cheerleaders, their substitutes, and megaphone club for planning such excellent pep rallies. 




CHEERLEADER 
CAPTAIN 
B, Gechie 





Left to right: G. Schoen, B. Bowers, B. Korencic, D. Kramer, B. Lloyd, J. Judice, C. 
Pogels, M. Dolon, K. Mannion, S. Korencic, G. Bednor, J. Mogdeleno. 

Pick up your legs, point your toes, get in step' The members of the majorette club 
heard these commands every Monday third period, over and over again. The girls and 
their teachers know that it takes a great deal of practice to become a marching majorette, 
for the future majorettes of Euclid High need to be the best. It is the dream of every mem- 
ber of the club to one day march out on the football field with the band, to twirl, and 
cheer the team on, and to march in the numerous holiday parades. The realization of 
this dream will come to very few of the girls because they know that only twelve of the 
best will be chosen, 

HEAD MAJORETTES 
J. Judice, C. Pogels 






Megaphone Club 
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First Row: F. Bowles, D, Gravell, M. Dolon, N. Clark, A. Neylon, S. Onderdonk, G. Postnak, 

S. Henn, 0. Pirchner, J, Monnett. 
Second Row; J. Kline, C. Gauch, N. Eckerman, B. Kaib, G. Bills, N. Browning, A. Hale, T. 

Goble, M. Priest, S. Leininger, A. Johnson, M. Yates, M. Brown, B. Perusek. 
Third Row; H. Moles, D. Senders, J. Sturinger, J. Battung, S. Sebor, A, Huusare. 
Fourth Row; R. Gravell, R. Reeves, B. Tweed, J. Newman, B. Lobdell, W. Nelson, S. Sack, 

Leininger, E. Vidmar, D. Williams, J. Gram. 



Last fall, Euclid's swim instructors selected a day during which students might try 
out for Euclid's swim club, Wai Napolo. The candidates were selected for their proficien- 
cy in many different aquatic skills. The chosen few were then ready to assume their 
duties. The girl cadets assisted the swim instructor in teaching the girls' swim classes. 
Meeting every Wednesday third period, the cadets had an opportunity to perfect their 
own water skills and prepare for the annual Swim Show held in April. The boys received 
this same chance on Monday third period, and after school much spalshing and yelling 
was heard as the boys and girls swam together. 




FUTURE NURSES ASSOCIATION 
First" Row; R. Stampfel, M. Skronce, K. Lees, M. Specht, C. Swain. 
Second Row: J. Kronenberger, J. Kovic, N. Funk, B. Grossman, C. Shael. 
Third Row: B. Brennan, S. White, J. Krouse, A. Bills, J. Murphy, D. Becker. 




RED CROSS 
First Row: J. Kuhar, J. College, S. Bates, K, Larkin. 
Second Row: G. Deely, P. Millner, L. Veith, B. Anson, J. Woschuro. 
Third Row: F. Weed, D. Tepassi, C. Chauby, B. Burr, D. Cooley. 
Fourth Row: C. Clerk, C. Rever, M. Erzen, J. Henry, J. Chrine. 




MOVIE CLUB 

First Row P Stowe, B. Schrener, H. Solaciek, B- Carlton, P. Mencle. Second Row: L Mille 
E, Sternole, R. Ulizzo, S. Perkins,. Third Row: D. Gottaof, E. Strekal J Keck, J, W.se, 
Considine Fourth Row: D. Thorpe, J. Verh, J. Conroy, G. Par, D, Botes, D. Brown. Fifth Row 
J May F. Conroy, J. Holt, R. Hole, R. Aspenwoll, 




CAMERA CLUB 

First Row: C. Edclbcrg, W. Benedetto, A. Bills, Second Row: H. He 
Row: B. Nebe, A. Anderson, M. Theodosion, G. Kouchy. 



G. Hohar, R. Patterson, Thidr 




p. A. ANNOUNCERS 

First Row K Doughertv, M Lorkin, M. Wendell, B Tu 
becond Row S Bouse, B. Oskort, J. Sims, G. Gionosi, E 
Third Row. C. Roller, A Zayatz, N. Carney, D. Wlodors 
Fourth Row J West, T. Eddv, D. Covert, J. Wawryzniak 




First Row C Peorlmc 
Second Row N. Eckei 
Third Row P Nelson, 
Fourth Row: J. Duval 



P. A. TECHNICIANS 

n, S. Edwards, D Stillinger, J. Wuchte 

man, D. Pintar D Korda, R. Lokar, 8 Pickett. 

J. Toplak, B. Perusek, L. Motya, D. Zackel. 

L. Kelly, C. Homer, J. Holtz, H. Forseberg, R. Toplak. 




AD CLUB 

First Row J. Konyho, N. Povilcek, G. Brewster, K. Lees, G. Postnak. 
Second Row: A. Valdugo, J. Sttinmetz, D, Schoerfl, J. Nobbe, V. Brewster. 
Third Row: K. Corpenter, G. Clathson, E, Pitishmy, I. Bernordineili, E. Skodio 
Fourth Row; C. Neat, D. Homilton, J. Smith 




STAGE CREW 

First Row; L. Krzewinski, C. Leber, D. McCarthy, P. Yockey. 
Second Row: J. Wotkins, T. Tarantino, D. Cvifcovic, T. Gregorc, 




SENIOR CABINET 

First Row: C. Kuriiko, A. Kopf, C, wain, R. Ricci, J. Gilmore, D. Fielding, J. Hocewr. 
Second Row; B. Brennan, B. Smith, B. Zellers, K. Carpenter, C. Schoel, J. Kronenburger. 
Third Row: B. Ronke, H. Hempie, B. Wilson, 5. Combs, D. Orcutt, S. Patmore, D, Marsh. 
Fourth Row: T. LaPorte, H. Verbske, J. Koucky, K. Lauter, S. Lonning, R. Garguilo, D. Murroy. 
Fifth Row: G. Jorosek, G. Buto, D. Osborne, A. Ehas, G. Schroeder, B. Boldin, B. Berrier. 




JUNIOR CABINET 

First Row: S. Korencic, 5. Mock, P. Schuster, M Yager, N. Hoftert. 

Second Row: C. Neat, B. Kotosic, J, Swoiney, M. Palumbo, E. Tunster, D. Brigger. 

Third Row; H. Douglas, G. McCracken, B. Cramer, B. Gerland, O. Wertenburger, B. Cn 



THfSPIflnS 





First Row: E. Kasunic, M. Do 
Second Row: N. Eckermon, G 
Third Row: N. Johnson, J. U 



]n, M. Wendell, G. Gianasi. 

Postnok, J, Jablon, P. Neibecke 
;as, D. Covert, C. Nowocek. 



Euclid's newest honorary organization received its charter as Thespian Troupe 1008 
last foil. Becoming a Thespian is an honor for outstanding actors and production work- 
ers who have earntd enough points for membership through their dramatic efforts. The 
group pressnted two assemblies last year. They also highlighted their monthly meetings 
with play cuttings, record pantomimes, and discussions about different phases of the 
theater. Members of the group help select the plays for contests and future perform- 
ances. 





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THE5PIAN OFFICERS 
. Postnok, C. Sprochi, J. Joblo 
N. Johnson, J. Lucas. 




SPIRITS CLUB 

First Row: D Fielding, M. Fike, 1. Gilmore, 5. Mester, C, Pegals, J. Judice 

Second Row: R. Hoger, J. Kronenberger, P. Bonks, S, Potmore, 5. Kovach, D. Osbo 

Third Row: E. Eckert, D. Heck, I. Bock, S Lonning, T. Knhn, R. Garguilio. 




TUMBLING CLUB 

Front Row; B Bolon, B. Paz, B. Lieber, B Murphy, B, Foster. 

Second Row: R. Reed, T. Scott, D, Bloom, B. Rchords, J, Pnmeau, J. Newman, H. Leininger. 

Third Row: Mr, Stock, D, Coy, 0. Pirchner, D, Gravell, F. Bowles, T. Coble, R, Gravell, M,r Graha 



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.. AND EXTEND OUR. 

INTERESTS BY BECOMING nORE- 
FArAILIAP< WITH THE ART5 . . . 




BAND SERGEANTS 
The band sargeants, C. Nowacek, T. La- 
Porte, and F. Palm, headed the band board of 
directors, organized publicity for the band, 
and pushed band spirit all through the year. 
The head sargeont, T. LaPorte, led the pit 
bond for all of the school assemblies. 



BAND INSTRUCTORS 
Mr. Sydow gives class lessons to the brass 
section of the band. Mrs. Troutwein teaches 
the woodwind section and charts the marching 
band shows. Mr. Dale Harper, director of 
the Euclid High band, is also head of the 
Euclid music system. Mr. Teeter assists with 
general lessons and band supervising while 
Mr. Mitchell assists Mr. Harper and directs 
the marching majorettes during football sea- 
son. 

Euclid High is proud of its concert band that has earned the reputation of being one 
of the finest groups in the state. The band consistently emerges with top rating at the 
annual state contest and many individual musicians earn high honors at the solo ensemble 




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BAND LIBRARIANS 
M. Wendell, C. Nowacek, and G. Gianasi 
were in charge of ordering, filing, and dis- 
tributing the band music. The responsibility 
was theirs as band librarians to see that every 
member of the band had the correct music. 





BAND BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
The band board of directors is responsible 
for making all Ihe band rules, holding viola- 
tion court, and finally dishing out the needed 
discipline. 



contests. In addition to active contest participation, the instrumentalists present several 
concerts and assembly programs, and visit Euclid Central and Shore Junior High Schools 
every year. 





ORCHfSTfifl 




F.rst Row: A. Anderson, P. Miles, A. Mocorol, J. Hernck, N. Holderman, D. Snyder, P. Askue 
Second Row: C. Lindquist, J. Derboum, R. Edwards, M, Wendell, C. Pearlman, W. Nelsno, 1. West, F 
Third Row: J, Rouer, B. Holland, P. Gregory, G. Clork, L. Garrett, G. Garrett, A. Valduga, G. Gic 



PI! BflflD 




First Row R Edwards, J West, M Wendell, N Holderman, C Lindquist, D Snyder, M. McCall, 
Second Row S Zngales, M Verbsky, G Clark, R Madden, L Garrett, B. Vidmar, J Gray, C. Carr 
Third Row G Gianase, C Nowachek, G Garrett, H Berlo, F. Breen, D Hershey, S. GrOham. 
Fourth Row C Vogel H Hemple, J Zonyck, M Kunkel 

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Confronted with untimely 
snow and rain this season, the 
marching bond didn't perform 
as often as they would have 
liked. Nevertheless, many 
hours of hard work went into 
preparing programs with a dif- 
ferent theme for every game. 
The marchers, led by the 
marching majorettes, accom- 
panied the football team in 
presenting unusual shows at 
both home and away games. 




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CHOIR COUNCIL 

First Row: J. Disantis, V. Howard, G. Brewster, 
Second Row: Mr. Taylor, C. Krauss, N. Repogle, M. Herr. 
Third Row: N. Johnson, B. Berrier, A. Thompson, A. 

Miller, 
Fourth Row: J. Primeau, D, Werley, C, Welsh, R. Thorpe, 

J, Mong. 



CHOIR OFFICERS 
Kirk Lauter as president of the choir han- 
dled all of the business details with vice- 
president, Ted Kramer assisting him. Secre- 
tary Beverly Budd called the roll and checked 
all absentees. Treasurer Orlo Wertenburger 
was in charge of all the choir money. 






MADRIGALS 

First Row: M. Enkler, A. Borden, C. Southworth, S. Mock, P. Gorsho. 
Second Row: D. Fink, M. Burnett, V. Burger, N. Johnson, V. Howard. 
Third Row: J. Goebelbecker, J. Telismon, D. Wills, C. Welsh, A. Miller 





GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 

First Row: B. Moore, P. Muraca, P. Zeigler, J, Reeves, B. Gregory, 
Second Row: B. Kellogg, 5. Gebe, K. Lorkin, P. Mclntyre, R Pignotan 
Third Row: V. Howard, C. Bernard, J. Swaney, J. Jorc, C. Jomes, . 



;. Rose, J. Estvander. 
C. Eiskenon, B. Nelson, 
Boker, D. Hamilton. 



SOPHOMORE CHOIR 

First Row: B. Henfling, J. Lucas, P. Gregory, P. Lang, K. Heas, 1 
Second Row: D. Cavell, J. Norsic, J. Roncount, H. Prebevsek, L. 

B. Sumner, J, Sims, 
Third Row: L. Gorslene, J. Mar' 
Fourth Row: M, Tolor, I. Ander 

T. Payerchin, D. Lee. 
Fifth Row; C. Mssich, C. Dougherty, J. McKibben, N. Holn 

Bockstrom C, Miller, S. Bouse, I. Wolff. 



Tolar, M. Colontonit 



J. Siat, S, Aitkr 



ird, T. Rosenthal, 




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First Row: K. Downing, E. Sotder, B. Powell, B. Gerland, J. Thomas. J Ceforaffi 

Second Row: B. Miller, J. Bock, D. Hoefle, J. Phelps, D. Smith, J. Pegorono, J. Bombock. 

Third Row: H. Douglos, S. tanning, D. Woodford, D. Brocone, J. McConn, D. Osborne, H. Cohc 



Representing Euclid Senior High at school concerts, community functions, and the 
Lake Erie League Choir Festival, the A Cappella Choir develops in its members an appre- 
ciation for and an ability to perform every variety of music, from the sacred or serious 
works of the well-known composers to the recent popular tunes. This year the choir per- 
formed in several assemblies, both at Euc- 
lid and the Junior Highs in the city. A chicklettes 
Thanksgiving show, the Christmas concert, '^ Enkier, d wiiis, d. Fmk. 
and the annual Choral Capers presenta- 
tion gave the choir members a chance to 
show how constantly they had practiced 
and how much they enjoyed singing under 
the baton of Mr. Sam Taylor, the thorough- 
ly well-liked choir director. The Girls' Glee 
Club, the Boys' Glee Club, and the Sopho- 
more choir trained just as diligently as the 
choir and added their talents to every musi- 
cal show. 





First Row: B. Tolar, G. Waldman, M Shirk P McKnight, M. McColl, S, Sondt, L. Riehl. 

Second Row: J. Disantis, B Oskort, N. Carney R Stompfel, C. Fnedel, B. Zellers, G. Postnak, R. Pignataro. 

Third Row: A. Volenti. C. Roller, K .McPeek M Zanghi, J. Smith, B. Poznik, J. Sims. 

Fourth Row: R, Gouch, F, Palm, J, Lucas, C, Rogosch, A. Teeter, L. Miller, F. Fantini. 

Fifth Row: J. West. H. Cohen, D, Bauer, G. Schroeder, D. Covert, J. Lavrcnson, B. Ronkc. 



inif GET youe guh' 



CAST 

Annie Oakley Barbara Zellers, Larolyn Friedel 

Frank Butler Fred Palm 

Buffalo Bill Joe Lucas 

Charlie Davenport Bert Ronke 

Sitting Bull George Schroeder 

Pawnee Bill Jim West 

Dolly Tate Nancy Petrick 

Winnie Tate Gloria Postnak 

Tommy Dick Covert 

Little Jake Melinda Shirk 



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flLL-SCHOOL PLfly PRODUCIIOfl SIflff 

The fall all-school play "Annie Get Your Gun" gave to the audience lilting songs, 
laughable situations, and heartfelt characterizations of real-to-life people. The actors 
worked day and night on their given parts to make the play a great success. Besides mem- 
orizing speaking roles many of the actors and actresses had to learn to sing, shoot, and 
speak with a hillbilly drawl. The production staff saw to the props, advertising, and the 
unique scenery which backed up one of Euclid's best plays, portraying the life story of 
Ohio's immortal sharpshooter, Annie Oakley. 






EUCLID CHOifi mm 



Euclid's Choir shows, instead of featuring only vocal selections, has begun to blos- 
som out with dramatic pageants, narrated song stories, and colorful costuming and scen- 
ery. The band assisted in the singing of "Naughty Morrietta" and individual members of 
the band in "Gloria In Excelsis Deo" for the Christmas concert. The octet dressed in 

clothing of the "Gay Twenties" — really 
put their all into the "Birth of the Blues." 
Everyone at Euclid awaits with curiosity 
each of these shows to see what has been 
added this time. The choir has begun this 
year the tradition of singing "May The 
Lord Bless You And Keep You" at the close 
of every program. 





AS WELL AS TWE RULES 
OF GOOD SPORTSMANS^flP. 




Top Center: M Leuty 

Outside From Upper Left: N, Holdermon, G. Swartz, A. Bordon, D. Opolich, J. Nobbe, N. Povilcek, J. 

Mogalengo M. Solon, M. Zanghi, J. Konytio, M. Fike, K. Snyder, J. Toplok, A. DeGirolamo, M. 

Weaver, D. Sweeder, D, Schaertl, M. Kunkel, P. Toll. 
Inside From Top: N. Replogle, P, Mclntyre, P. Nelson, A. Valdugo, M. Somsa, B. Bud, B. Rowe, A. Flocke, 

J Blackburn, G McGinnis, S Conrad, E. Petishny, S. Santee, P. Buiisek, G. Allison, C. Bratush. 




Members of the Girls' Leaders Club are 
easily distinguished by their white shirts 
and shorts. They are a group of athlelti- 
cally-inclined girls, who excel in leader- 
ship, scholarship, dependability, and sports- 
manship. 

This year the Leaders have enjoyed 
many new activities in addition to their 
regular duties of assisting in the gym clas- 
ses, refereeing games, and recording points. 
Junior and sophomore girls wishing to be- 
come Leaders, first become Junior Leaders, 
then attended the Leaders' Clinic, and fin- 
ally were elected to membership. 



G. L. C. OFFICERS 
M. Fike, M. Kunkel, J. Toplok. 




N. Clork, S. Hen 

This select group of excellent swimmers is chosen by the swimming advisers and the Swim Club. The 
girls are actually one port of the Swim Club and ore rigidly tested in many oquotic skills before becoming 
eligible for membership. 

The Cadets' main duties are those of assisting in the swim classes. They teach girls how to swim and 
improve their strokes, with high emphasis on promotion of high stondards in woter safety. Their other respon- 
sibilities include participation in the onnual swim show ond timing events ot the swim meets. 



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SENIOR G. A. A. 




JUNIOR G. A. A. 




SOPHOMORE G. A. A. 

G. fl. ft. 

Any girl who wishes to participate in intramural sports is eligible to join the Girls' 
Athletic Association. By earning points in school sports such as basketball, volleyball, 
hockey, and badminton, and in out-of-school sports, such as bowling and hiking, she can 
win a letter "E" or a medal. Girls' Athletic Association strives to promote ideas of good 
sportsmanship. 

The G. A. A. advisory board is elected by the entire organization. The board organ- 
izes the tournaments, schedules all games, sees that referees are available, and records 
the points won by each girl. 



GAA ADVISORY BOARD 

First Row: G. Postnak, G. Schwartz, 
M. Leuty, M. Weover, J. Konya, 
S. Peek. 

Second Row: P. Nelson, J. Ecker- 
man, J. Toplok, M. Payerchin, D. 
Sweeder. 

Third Row: C. Link, N. Holderman, 
W. Ryder, M. Hummon, P. Wil- 
liams. 




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First Row; R. Mora, E. McPeek, D. Heck, T. Goble, E. Eckert, F. Elicker. 

Second Row: R. Gorgiuo, J. Bock, D. Cinolli, M. Morion, J. Willioms, J. Peterson. 

Third Row: K. Lauter, T. Kramer, S. Lanning, G. Bill, S. Rosenthal. 

Fourth Row: J. Monnett, R, Hager, P. Smith, B. Beurger, J. Bombock, D. Grovell. 

Fifth Row: P. Schwegler, D. Osborne, B. Berrier, A. Thompson, B. Nebe. 



ATHLETIC BOARD 

First Row: F. Johns, A. Voccoriello, 
C. Eckert, C. Swockhammer, J. 
Pohto, C. Rojeck, E. Stoch. 

Second Row: J. Suponce, C. Blouch, 
A. Golicki, G. Wiley, D. Mohr, J, 
Lewis. 

Third Row: C. Owens, R. Keay, J. Cal- 
vert, B. Groham, M. Baumer. 




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First Row 
Second R 
Third Row 
Fourth Ro 
Fifth Row; 
Sixth Row: 



DmbQck, J. Phelps, D. Morsh, D Woodtord, S. Lonning, J, Bock, T. Longo, R. Erzei 
: T. White, J. Williams, J. Hoffert, D, Vch, J. Redinger, D. Lockwood, B. Walters, K. Lautei 

B. Bransiey, G. McCracken, D, Price, T. Kromer, D. Ward, B, Cromer, D. Seaman, P 
: R. Hager, B. Denihan, M. Morion, P. Strohm, T. Focurette, T. Opdohl. 
F. Federico, J. Nowocek, J. Kuchta, B. Stoytz, W. Milligan, J. Wawryzniok. 

B. Stuort, Mr. Galicki, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Mohr, Mr. Lewis, L. McLaughlin. 



th. 



VflfiSliy fOOTBBLL 



The Panther eleven's record was rather disheartening to everyone including Coach 
Mohr, who is quoted as saying, "I'll never forget this season's record." The squad worked 
hard during practice, but was shaken up a bit with a slight misunderstanding over train- 
ing rules. Certainly the experience gained during Coach Mohr's first year at Euclid will 
help to build next year's team into a powerful squad. 



FOOTBALL CAPTAINS - COACHES 

First Row: J. Wawrzyniak, R. Hager, 
J. Bomback, L. McLoughlin, B. 
Stewart. 

Second Row: A. Galicki, N. Nelson, 
D. Mohr, J. Lewis. 






o 



i9n 









R. Hager 
T. Longo 




Cramer 
B. Bronsley 




T, Focurette 




J. Williams 
J. Nowacek 



T. Kramer 
S. Lonnlng 




8. Erzen 
D. Seaman 



F. Federico 
J. Bomback 



J Hoffert 
J. Phelps 



J. Bock 
D. Marsh 



B. Stoytz 
D. Lockwood 



P. Smith 
D. Woodford 



B. Walters 
T. Wight 
















J, V. fOOIBBLL TfflfH 




First Row P Faver, R, Cleveng 



J. Parker, C. Bystricky, R. McCleod. 



Second Row: B. Groafneyer, J. Vigh, L. Jonossen, L. Bonning, J. Rossek, J. Butler, C. LoPreste, D, Lelond, 
Third Row: C. Hammink, A. Tiedmon, N. Carroccio, R, Sctineider, J, Dodson, C. Palmer, B. Wonder- 

slavend. 
Fourh Row: B. Paz, A. Rendina, G. Pingle, D. Doley, D. Bavefz, L. Stevens, B. Mack, B. Condon, 
Fifth Row: Cooch Stock, B. Miller, H. Nelson, T. Heinz, D, Stamberger, T. Gibb, B. Sonnie, A, McLaugh- 




J. V. FOOTBALL SCORES 



VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES 



13 


Euclid 


14 


Brush 





Euclid 


43 


Akron Garfield 


12 


Euclid 


13 


Willoughby 


6 


Euclid 


33 


Canton Lehman 


26 


Euclid 


20 


Shaker 


19 


Euclid 


27 


Ashtabula 


13 


Euclid 


7 


Parma ' 





Euclid 


48 


Shaker 





Euclid 


13 


Lakewood 





Euclid 


20 


Parma 


7 


Euclid 


20 


Shaw 





Euclid 


32 


Lakewood 





Euclid 





Cleveland Heights 


14 


Euclid 


13 


Shaw 













Euclid 


42 


Cleveland Heights 




First Row: G. Buto, W. James, D. Os 

B. McCormack. 
Second Row: D. Rosh, B- Gerland, P 
Third Row: G. Donahue, J, Hoffert, 



mrth, J. Pegoraro, L. Urgeleit, 
Tegol, W. Milligan, D, Broun 



back, D. Woodford, 

Kramer, B. Cramer. 
1, D. Beyer, A. Kepn 



vflRsiiy mmmi 



This year's varsity basketball team only had one returning Letterman, Sherm Lanning. 
Due to inexperience and a few bad breaks our season wasn't as successful as seasons in the 
past. Cooperation and the squad's effort to succeed were traits that were very evident in 
our basketball team. This work has helped to build our team and certainly Coach Calvert 
along with every student is hoping for a more impressive record. 



First Row: T, Gregorac, 
D. Hohnson, B. Chapmo 
Second Row: Coach Boe 
Calvert, CoQch Suspanci 






J. Bomback 



J. Pegararo 




J Banks 




W. James 




^ Mmi T. Kramer 




D. Osborne 




S. Lonning 



D. Rash 




P. Smith 



B. Cramer 



L. Urgcleit 





junioR vflfisiiy mmmi 




Frst Row: J 
Second Row 
Third Row: 



Yonchar, G. Pringle, E. Bo 
R. Buzanski, F. Wickiyer, F 
I. Nossek, D. Delovie, G. Be 



D. Korkick, B. Mines, L. Konyho. 
Mdeer, D. Potter, D. Fuller, B. Wonderslc 
:. Palmer, B. Oviott, A. Youngberg. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 







Won 


6 — 


Lost 13 


72 


Euc 


id 


60 


Cleveland Heights 


48 


Euc 


id 


50 


Chagrin Falls 


44 


EucI 


id 


40 


Garfield 


57 


Euc 


id 


60 


Parma 


46 


Euc 


id 


53 


Lokewood 


62 


Euc 


id 


78 


Orange 


36 


Euc 


id 


54 


East 


44 


Euc 


id 


47 


Chardon 


49 


EucI 


id 


60 


Shaw 


58 


Euc 


id 


68 


Cleveland Heights 


64 


Euc 


id 


59 


Shaker 


59 


Euc 


id 


61 


Parma 


59 


Euc 


id 


50 


Brush 


47 


Euc 


id 


62 


Lokewood 


49 


Euc 


id 


59 


Shaw 


71 


Euc 


id 


65 


Painesville Harvey 


72 


Euc 


id 


60 


Cleveland Heights 


45 


Euc 


id 


59 


Shaker 






TOURNAMENTS 


82 


EucI 


id 


81 


Brush 


45 


Euc 


id 


75 


East Tech 



JUNIOR VARSITY 

BASKETBALL SCORES 

9 Wins — 8 Losses 



45 


EucI 


d 


75 


Chagrin Falls 


51 


EucI 


d 


38 


Garfield Heights 


36 


EucI 


d 


43 


Parma 


47 


EucI 


d 


60 


Lokewood 


36 


EucI 


d 


43 


Orange 


52 


EucI 


d 


39 


East 


51 


EucI 


d 


27 


Chardon 


57 


EucI 


d 


52 


Shaw 


61 


EucI 


d 


76 


Cleveland Heights 


46 


EucI 


d 


58 


Shaker 


46 


EucI 


d 


41 


Parma 


60 


EucI 


d 


49 


Brush 


51 


EucI 


d 


55 


Lokewood 


56 


EucI 


d 


42 


Shaw 


62 


EucI 


d 


58 


Painesville Harvey 


55 


EucI 


d 


58 


Cleveland Heights 


69 


EucI 


d 


68 


Shaker Heights 



881 



882 



95 




First Row: F Elicker, G. Soeder, J Hoppert, J. Peterson, D, Heck, R. Gorguilo, A. Cook, S. Rosenthal. 
Second Row: G. Buto, D, Bates, J. Gray, L. Kelly, J. Banks, W. Powell, R. Reeves, T. Tench, Coach Wiley. 
Third Row: R. Gregorac, G. Allot, M. Gargetic, R. Miller, P. Glenn, D. Smith, J. Yotsko, R. Brewer. 



CROSS couniRy 



CROSS COUNTRY COACH AND CAPTAINS 
First Row D Heck, Mr. Wiley, R. Gorguilo, 




CROSS COUNTRY SCORES 



22 



16 



15 



Euclid 39 


Latin 


Euclid 45 


Collinwood 


Euclid 45 


Show 


Euclid 47 


Benedictine 


Euclid 46 


Cleveland East 


7th in Bowling G 


reen Relays 


Euclid 47 


Shaker 


Euclid 44 


Cleveland Heights 


Euclid 48 


Parma 


2nd in L.E.L. 




Euclid 46 


Bedford 


2nd in District 




13th in State Meet 








D Korda, T. Loport, J. Monne 



First Row; Coach Gi 

Kane, B, Vidm 
Second Row: Coach Miller, T. Gobel, B. Kobe, N. Browning, G. Bill, J 

L. Smith. 



Third Row: D. Gravell, R. Ree\ 

E. Vidmor, S. Sak. 
Fourth Row: T. Knock, J. Newman, W. Nelso 

liams, D. Shackleford, J. Schudol. 



3ravell, O. Pirchner, F. Bowles, J. 

t, A. Hale, S. Lanese, P. Richards, 

Tweed, B. Richards, H. Forsberg, H. Leinger, B. Lobdell, B. Pagels, 

Sondy, L. Stevens, J, Leutkmeyer. R, Ozmon, D. Wil- 



sujinminG em 



VARSITY SWIMMING SCORES 



45 


Euclid 


32 


Shaw 


32 


Euclid 


38 


Cleveland Heights 


38 


Euclid 


39 


Lakewood 


24 


Euclid 


53 


Shaker Heights 


39 


Euclid 


38 


Shaw 


34 


Euclid 


43 


Cleveland Heights 


29 


Euclid 


48 


Sandusky 


17 


Euclid 


60 


Lake 


23 


Euclid 


54 


Shaker Heights 


59 


Euclid 


17 


Berea 


45 


Euclid 


31 


Akron Buchtel 


3rd in 


the Lake E 


rie League 


4th in 


the District 




1 1th in the State 









First Row: D, Green, E. Eckerf, 0. Werrenberger, 
Second Row: P. Glenn, B. Paz, B. Adams, L. No 

Erzen. 
Third Row: V. Burger, R, Reed, F. Federico, D. 

Miller, K, Ross, B, Friedman, 
Fourth Row: Coach Lewis, J. Pnmeou, D. Green, 

man, D, EIrich, Cooch Eckert, 
Fitth Row: E. Soeder, J. Vigh, J. Parker, D, Star 


W. Fox. 
sse, M. Morior 


1, G, McCrocken, 


D. Smith, B, Murphy, 


Lockwood, L. 
D. Marsh, B. 
nberger 


Hovancsek, L, , 
Sonnic, P Fabe 


Jonossen, N. Rohricht, 
r, J, Dodson, A. Zimn 



UJRfSTLIflG im 




WRESTLING SCORES 



23 


Euclid 


20 


Cuyahoga Falls 


13 


Euclid 


25 


Adams 


32 


Euclid 


99 


Collinwood 


19 


Euclid 


20 


Marshal 


21 


Euclid 


24 


Shaker Heights 


41 


Euclid 


10 


Painesville 


23 


Euclid 


8 


Lake wood 


35 


Euclid 


8 


Mayf ield 


25 


Euclid 


14 


West Tech 


16 


Euclid 


24 


West 


49 


Euclid 





Massillon 


14 


Euclid 


20 


Benedictine 


25 


Euclid 


12 


Cleveland Heights 




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..WHICI4 HELP US TO BECOME ^ 
SOCIALLY W&LL-ROUKDtD PERSON .. 

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To the excited sophomores receiving 
first-day instructions from the Student 
Council Executive Board September 6, 
1955, was a new experience. The girls 
had spent days planning what to wear 
and the boys had spent weeks planning 
an escape from returning to school. To 
the juniors September 6 meant the be- 
ginning of being considered ... to the 
Seniors it meant being upperclassmen at 
last. 



With the traditional lighting of the 
FT. A. candles, eighty future teachers 
were installed into the Euclid Chapter, 
making the current enrollment 105. 
They will always remember this first step 
toward a teaching career by the tiny blue 
and yellow corsages presented to them 
during the ceremony. 





A jitterbug contest, a specialty num- 
ber by the sophomore chorus line, and 
music by the Disc-Chords highlighted 
the first sophomore class get-together. 
Its success started the sophomores' high 
school social life off with a bang. 



Along with jitterbug contests and the 
usual slow number for weaker individu- 
als, a Virginia Reel was the highlight of 
the junior class shindig. There were no 
decorations due to the fact that the jun- 
iors were saving money for their prom. 



A Euclid High graduate was the 
moderator for the fourth annual college 
Clinic held on October 18. The repre- 
sentatives from Case, Kent, Western Re- 
serve, and Baldwin-Wallace were able to 
give our college-bound students an idea 
of the opportunities offered at their re- 
spective schools through their informal 
talks. 





The "Welcome Seniors" sign showed 
how diligently the Seniors worked to 
make their class party a success. There 
was the usual dancing and eating, but 
D.J. Joe Finan and ducking for apples 
were the added features of the evening. 




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First Senior Attendant 



ROBERTA STAMPFEL 
Second Senior Attendont 




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SANDY MOCK 
Junior Attendant 



LINDA RELYEA 
Sophomore Attendant 




MAUREEN DOLAN — Homecoming Queen 




A football dance couldn't be quite 
the same without a lively bunny-hop. It 
seems that this dance step is more pop- 
ular with the girls than the boys. Either 
the boys are too bashful or they tire 
easily. 



In spite of rain, snow, and even the 
heat of September, the Euclid varsity 
cheerleaders, seen hitting the ground af- 
ter one of their high leaps, cheered our 
football team at home and away. 




The sale of popcorn by the various 
organizations around school added to 
their treasuries and also filled the ever- 
empty stomachs of Euclid's students. 
Under the able supervision of Ed Eckert 
and his bevy of beauties, the popcorn 
was never burned. "Uncle Neal" you 
never did pay for that bag! 



Euclid High's annual Open House 
gave the parents an opportunity to form 
opinions of what their teenagers are be- 
ing taught as they followed the daily 
schedule and met the teachers. Coach 
Mohr, are you explaining gym class rou- 
tine or talking about your favorite sub- 
ject, the football team? 





"What school do you go to?'" For 
the correct answer to this and many oth- 
er questions, Senior Polly Toll was award- 
ed thirty-two popular records by D. J. 
Bill Randle. The stars of the long- 
awaited assembly were singers Snookie 
Lanson and Frankie Castro. Polly never 
did get those records. 



Euclid's blue bond uniforms were 
prevalent at the twentieth annual Mili- 
tary Ball held on November 12 in the 
Heights Social Room. Either the guy or 
gal had to be a marching band member 
or a marching majorette in order to at- 
tend this grand climax to the marching 
season. 




"Indian Eck" must have burned his 
foot in a council fire or maybe he just 
wanted sympathy. No other high school 
con boast of a wrestling coach who gets 
so carried away at a practice that he 
breaks his own foot. 




The traditional R e g e n t s' Hi-Y 
Thanksgiving assembly was as inspiring 
OS ever due to the informal sermons by 
Rabbi Spitz, Father Lees, and Reverend 
Poli. Thanksgiving poems were read by 
several of the boys to begin the program. 




The school Christmas tree was really 
a large one this year, and o plea was 
sent out to the student body to contribute 
tree ornaments to fill up those empty 
spaces. Beverly O'Hare must have paid 
Mr. Pillot to get into so many pictures. 



The traditional candlelight proces- 
sion opened the choir's annual Christmas 
cencert which consisted of familiar car- 
ols and modern holiday songs. A new 
feature this year was the presentation of 
the pageant "Why the Chimes Rang" 
and the musical narration of "The Song 
of Christmas." 





John Bomback certainly didn't look 
happy toting that sandwich board around 
the cafeteria, but it must have helped 
because he was elected to the position 
of first-ward councilman in the student- 
run city government. 



Prospective voters in national elec- 
tions were eager to vote for their fellow 
students running for office in Euclid's 
"Student Government for a Day." 



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There were surprised exclamations 
and a few happy tears as the name of 
each new member of National Honor 
Society was called. The soft organ mu- 
sic in the background, the presentation 
of excellent speeches, and each indi- 
vidual pinning helped make the installa- 
tion as impressive as always. 



In order to give the parents a better 
idea of the extra-curricular activities of- 
fered at Euclid, student speakers were 
invited to a P.T.A. meeting to describe 
service clubs, social clubs, and school 
publications. Let's hope the audience 
was more wide-awake than the speakers. 





The annual band assembly provided 
musical selections to satisfy every stu- 
dent and teacher in the audience regard- 
less of their interest in the finer things 
of life. No one could help but enjoy 
Wally Marshall's frantic drumming. 



This year a flash-card section wos 
organized to promote school spirit at the 
basketball games, but by the time the 
photographer had his camera focused 
the cards were down. Maybe next year?' 



Although school was adjourned at 
noon due to snow and freezing winds 
many EHS students never made it home. 
Many of them got lost and ended up 
downtown shopping. 





To everyone at Euclid who never 
heard the truth about Miss Mienzen's 
purple and yellow block-eye here's the 
story. It seems she went to the movies 
and became so hysterical over a Pete 
Smith short she banged her face on the 
chair in front of her. What a sense of 
humor? 





The price of the twenty minute noon 
movie went up to three cents this year 
but the students felt it was worth it to 
see the African Queen complete with 
leeches, Sabrina, and Stoiag 17 among 
other enjoyable films. 




The dances after the basketball 
games were attended by the students who 
wanted to celebrate Euclid's victory, 
start off another week-end with a bang, 
or witness a spectacular jitterbug con- 
test. 




To every student and teacher who 
thought Pat Patterson was going to dem- 
onstrate head bouncing instead of "hand 
balancing" in the one-man circus assem- 
bly, you were not alone. 



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.. ADDING UP TO A SUCCESSFUL 

GRADUATION WIBI SPLENDID WOP9-5 
AND D RE-AM 5 FOR TI4E FUTURE. 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
First Row; J. Gilmore, Secretary; B. Berrier, President 
Second Row: K. Louter, Vice President; S. Lanning, Treasurer 

The class of 1956 started at the beginning of the school year to run their affairs in a 
businesslike manner. Complete frankness and careful thought were used to decide who 
would occupy the important class offices. The officers received wholehearted support 
from the Senior Cabinet in planning and carrying out the Senior activities. The class of 
"56" will remember the Senior party with Joe Finan, the cider barrel and apple ducking; all 

the hubbub about the all-night prom; the 
day the Seniors ran the Euclid government; 
the fun they had planning and attending 
fhe Banquet and Prom; the Senior assembly; 
the practices for graduation; and finally 
the long-awaited Commencement. The 
class of "56" will be remembered for being 
the only class in Euclid High history to have 
all the boys present on the same day (Tues- 
day, November 22, 1955), for initiating 
honor study halls, for their class gift, for 
being the first Euclid Senior High class to 
have Commencement away from school, 
and for being the first class to win the com- 
petitive assembly in the sophomore year. 

We hope the class of "56" will return 
often. They will always be an important 
part of our school's history. 




SENIOR COUNSELORS 
W. Gillman, F. Johns 



14 



Adorns, William 

BILL 



Anderson, Ed 

0LD5MCBILE 

Survey 3,4 
Eucuyo 2,3,4 
Pinochle Club 4 
Automobile Club 2 
Euclidian business staff 3,4 



Angene, Susan 

SUE 



Avery, Shirley 

Friendship Club 2,4 
World Affairs Club 4 
GAA Member 4 
Drawing & Painting Club 
Singing for Fun 2 
Re-entered from 
Orange School 1955 



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Aitken, Cat 

Swim Club 3,4 
JV Swimming Team 2 
Scale and Triangle Club 2 
Automobile Club 2 



Andolsek, Geraldine 

GERI 

Friendship Club 2 
Megaphone Club 2 
Play Actors 1 
Golf Club 3 
Pinochle Club 2 
Charm Club 4 



Antonick, Ron 



llroom Doncing 2 



Baker, Ivan 

IVY 

PA Technicians 1 
PA Announcers 1 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Varsity Wrestling Team 

Letterwinner 1 
Chess Club 2 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Gymnastics and Tumbli 

Club 1 
Weight Lifting Club 3 
Wrestling Club 3 
Intramural Wrestling 1 

Champonship 1 




Bambakakis, Elaine 

BAMBI 



Junior Red Cross 
GAA Member 1 
Charm Club 1 
Knitting Club 2 



Banks, Joseph 

JOE 

Student Council 

Hall Guard 4 
Hi-Y, Regents 4 
Basketball, Varsity 3,4 

JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 4 
Baseball, JV Team 
Cross Country, JV Team 4 
Basketball Club 3,4 
Honor Study Hall 4 

Monitor 4 
H.SH. Central Committee 4 
9th grade at Mansfield, O, 
Citizenship Club 1, Pres. 1 
Student Court 1 
Glee Club 1 



BasseH, Jim 

Canasta Club 4 
Cribbage Club 3 
Games Club 2 
Round-Table 2 
Automobile Club 



Boumerf, Dolores 

DEE 

Friendship Club 2 
Choir 3 

Singing for Fun 2 
Knitting Club 4 




Charm Club 4 
Home Nursing Club 2 
Knitting Club 3 
Student Faculty Com. 



Bartone, Richard 

Ad Club 2,3,4 
Swimming, J.V. Tean 
Pinochle Club 3,4 



Bauer, David 

MAC 

Play Actor 4 
Canasta Club 4 
Cribbage Club ^ 
German Club 1 



Bayer, Carole Anne 

Friendship Club 3 
Choir 3 

Megaphone Club 2 
Big Show Choir 3 
Dancing Club I 
Automobile Club 3 
Woodworking Club 4 



Beocham, Judith 

JUDY 

Student Council 1,2 
Home Room Rep. 2 
Secretary 1 
Holl Guard 2,3 
Euclidian Home Rm. Re 

Editor-in-Chief 4 
Survey Home Rm. Rep. 
Publication Club 2 
Notional Honor Society 
Future Teachiers of 

America 2,3,4 
National Quill and Scrt 
Friendstiip Club 2,3,4 
President ' 
Cabinet member 



2,3 



Pic 



Girls' Glee Club 3 
Big Stiow Actor 3 
Ballroom Dancing 1 
Pony Chorus 3 
State American Legion 
Essay Contest Winner 
Greater Cleveland 
District F.T.A. 4, Sec'y 



Beck, Roberta 



Bednar, Virginia 

FOXIE 

Class Cabinet 3 
Concession Worker 3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Maiorette Club 2,3,4 

Marching Majorette 3,4 
Band Letterwinner 4 
Big Show Actor 3 
Dancing Club 2 
Woodworking Club 3 
Big Show Production Club 4 



Benedetto, Wilma 

WILLIE 

Concession Worker 4 
Future Teachers of 

America 4 
Friendship Club 3,4 
Plays Production Staff 4 
Camera Club 3,4 
Square Dancing 2 
Marching Band 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 3,4 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Pit Band 4 
GAA Member 1 
Big Show Production 

Staff 2,3,4 
Printing Club 2 
Service and Social Club 1,3 
National Honor Society 4 



1 17 





Bear, Ronald 

DUTCH 

Ploy Stage Crew 2 

Choir 1,2 

Track, Varsity Tea 

Letterwinner 1 
Chess Club 1,2,3 



Becker, Doris 



America 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Maiorette Club 2 
Choir 1,4 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 1 
Intramural Sports 1 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 
Choir 2,3,4 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Charm Club 4 
Home Nursing Club 2 
Knitting Club 3 



Benord, Carolyn 

BERNIE 

Student Council 
Hall Guard 3 
Future Teachers ot 

America 4 
Friendship Club 3 
Girls' Glee Club 3,4 
GAA Memb 
Big Show, I 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Scrabble Club 3 
Honor Study Hall 
Monitor 4 



3,4 



Berrier, Erwin 

BUD 

Closs President 4 
Student Council Home 

Room Rep. 3 
Survey Editorial Staff 3,4 
Key Club 3,4 
Regents Hi-Y 3,4 
Choir 4 

Boys' Glee Club 3 
Baseball JV Team 2 
Tennis Varsity Team 3,4 
Tennis Letterwinner 3,4 
Big Show 3,4 
Notional Honor Society 4 
Big Show Actor 3 
Big Show Choir 3 
Cribboge Club 2 
Gomes Club 3 
Weight-Lifting Club 3 
Varsity "E" Club 4 
Euclidian Business Staff 3,4 
Wrestling Club 2 
National Honor Society 4 
Chairman of Honor Study 

Hall 4 
Student Court 4 




Berrier, Ethelyn 

ETHIE 

Student CouncI 

Home Room Rep. 1,4 
Future Teachers of 

America 3.4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Choir 4 

Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 3,4 
Intramural Sports 4 
Girls' Leoders Club 4 
Big Show, Choir 3,4 
Singing for Fun 2 
Woodworking Club 3 
National Honor Society 4 



Bills, Anna Marie 

CLARA 

Future Nurses of Amern 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Choir 2 

GAA Member 4 
Intramural Sports 4 
Big Show 2,3,4, Choir 2 
Canasta Club 3 
Camera Club 2,3,4 
Knitting Club I 
Photography Club 2 
Travel Club 4 
Comoro Club Trees. 2,; 

Secretary 2,3 
National Honor Society 



Blackburn, Judith 

BLACKIE 
Student Coun 



Tax Stomp 



Editoriol Staff 4 

Art Editor 4 
National Honor Society 3,4 
Future Teachers of 

America 3,4, V. Pres 4 
Notional Forencic League 2 

Prince of Peace 2 
Notional Quill & Scroll 4 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Ploys Actors 1 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Marching Bond 2,3,4 
Orchestra 1,2,3 
Bond Letterwinner 1,3 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

Letterwinner 1 
Girls' Leaders Club 3,4 
Singing for Fun 2 
Girls' State Rep 3 
Cleveland Solo ond 

Ensemble Contest 1,2,3,4 
Big Show 4 



Bobak, Jo Ann 



Y-Teen 1 

Pinochle Club 2 

Printing Club 3 

Knitting Club 4 




Bielobocky, Rheda 

RITA 



Bisbee, Richard 

Concert Bond 2 
National Athletic 

Scholorship Society 3,4 
Footboll Vorsity Tea 
Track, Varsity Team 

Letterwinner 2,3 
Canasta Club 4 
Field and Track 2,3 



2,3 



Blatnik, Carol 

Hall Guard 3 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Megaphone Club 2 
Ploy Actor I 
GAA Member 1,2,3 

Letterwinner I 
Intramural Spoi's 
Pinochle Club3,4 



J. B. 

Student Council 2,3,4 

Executive Board 4 

Holl Guard 3,4 
Regents Hi-Y 3,4 

Vice-President 4 
Boys' Glee Club 4 
Notional Athletic 

Scholarship Soc. 3,4 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 

Treasurer I 
Football Vorsity Team 1, 

Letterwinner 1,3,4 
Basketball J.V. Team 2 
Track 1,2,3,4 
Track Varsity 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 1 
Big Show Actor 2 
Field and Track Club 3 
Quarterback Club 3,4 
Ping-Pong Club 4 
Varsity "E" Club 3,4 

Vice President 4 



Bohinc, Robert 

BOB 

Boys' Leaders Club 
Big Show Acfor 3 
Golf Club 2 
Canasta Club 4 
Baseball Club 3 
Archery Club 3 
Tumbling Club 1 



Bolton, Dean 

Boys' Leaders Club 

Football 

Varsity Tea 
JV Team 2 
Letterwinner 2 

Basketball, JV Tea 

Boseboll, Varsity T 
J.V. Team 2 
Letterwinner 1,2 
Baseball Club 3 

Quarterback Club : 



1,3 



Ml 
Offu 



iic for Fu 



Club 4 



Bone, Karen Lee 

KITTY 

Art Club 2 
Charm Club 3 
Music Appreciation 4 
Home Nursing Club 3 



Bowles, Fred 



Student Council 4 

Executiye Board 4 

Hall Guard 4 

Captain 4 
Swim Club 3,4 

President 4 
Boys' Leaders Club 1,3 
Swimming Team 

Varsity Team 4 

JV Team 3 
Track 

Varsity Team 2 
Gymnastics and Tumbling 

Club 4; Vice-Pres. 4 
Candidate for Pres. of S.C. 

Pres. of Senior Class 
National Honor Society 4 

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Class Cabinet 4 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Baseball, JV Team 2 
Scale and Triangle Club 
Baseball Club 



Bomback, John 

JOHN 

Closs Officer 2,3 
President 3 
Secretary 2 
Class Cabinet 3 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2 
Hall Guard 3,4 
Captain 3 

National Honor Society 
Regents Hi-Y 2,3,4 
Choir 4 

Boys' Glee Club 3,4 
Notional Athletic 

Scholorship Soc, 3,4 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 

President I 
Football 1,2,3,4 
Basketball 1,2,3.4 
Trock 1,2,3,4 
Field and Trock 2,3,4 
Quarterback Club 2,3,4 
Basketball Club 2,3,4 
Varsity "E" Club 3,4 

President 4 



Borthwick, Donald 

DON 



Boyes, Ron 

5HEBA 




Boyton, Robert 

BOB 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2 
Hall Guard 1,2,3,4 
Concession Worker 
Regents Hi-Y 3,4 
Choir 4 

Boys' Glee Club 3,4 
Varsity Football Team 
Varsity Basketball 1,3 
JV Basketball Team 2 
Varsity Track Team 2 
Card Club 1,2 
Drawing 8. Painting C 
Quarterback Club 3 
Basketball Club 2,3,4 
Ping-Pong 2,3 



Closb Cabinet memb 
Future Nurses of Ar 

President 4 

endship Club 3,4 



Ctio 



3,4 



Girls' Glee Club 2 
Big Show 2,3,4; Actor 

Choir 
Biology Club 2 
Pony Chorus 3 
Clinic Secretary 4 



Brickner, Morjorie 

MARGIE 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 
Charm Club 4 
Dancing Club 1 
Embroidery Club 2 
Friendship Club 1 
World Affairs Club ; 
Movie Club 2 
Choir 2 
Girls' Glee Club 1 



Brooks, Nancy 




Bray, Mary 

BONNIE 

Survey Home Room Rep. 
Friendship Club 4 
GAA Member 1,4 
Intramural Sports 1,4 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Pinochle Club 3 
Cribbage Club 4 
Singing for Fun 2 



Brewster, Virginia 

GINNIE 

Ad Club 2,3,4 
Friendship Club 2 
World Affairs Club 2,3,4 
Girls' Glee Club 2 
GAA Member 1 



Brocone, Dave 

Publications Club 3,4 

Art Staff 3 
Lords Hi-Y 3 
Dramatics, Actors (extra) 3 

Production Staff 

head of sound effects 3 
properties 4 

Thespians 4 
Boys' Glee Club 4 
Ballroom Dancng 2 
Poise for Boys 2 



Brown, Edward 

BUZZY 

Hall Guard 1,2,3 
Euclidian 2,3 
Football 



Var: 



1,3 



iify tean 
Captain 1 
Letterwinner 1,3 
Wrestling 

Varsity team 1,2,3,4 
Capfoin 1 
Letterwinner 1,2,3,4 
Baseball 

Varsity team 1,2,3,4 
Letterwinner 1,2,3,4 
Diamond Sports Club 2,3,4 
Baseball Club 2,3,4 
Quarterback Club 3 
Gymnastics and Tumbling 

Club 1,2 
Indian-dance Group 4 
Stote Wrestling Champ 2 
Wrestling Club 1,2,3,4 



Budd, Beverly 

BUTZ 

Class Cabinet 3 
Hall Guard 1 
Future Teachers of 

America 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Chapter President 4 
Choir 1,2,3,4 

Secretary 4 

Madrigals 3 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 4 
Intramural Sports 4 
National Honor Society 
Big Show, Choir 2,3,4 

Dancer 3,4 
Pony Chorus 3 
Fencing 2 



Burns, Pom 

Student Council 

Book Store Worker : 
Friendship Club 3,4 
Mojorette Club 2 
Big Show, Actor 3,4 
Drawing and Painting 



Buto, Glen 

Class Otticer, Cabinet 
Student Council 

H. R. Rep. 2.3 
Holl Guard 4 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 

Varsity Team 3,4 

J.V. Team 2 
Cross Country 4 
Pinochle Club 1 
Basketball Club 3 
National Honor Society 



Carbone, Patricia 

PAT 

Student Council 

Concession Worker 2 
Survey 

Home Room Rep. 4 

Business Statf Member ■ 
Future Teachers ot 

America member 3,4 
National Forencic League 

member 3,4 
Friendship Club 3,4 
World Affairs Club 2,3,4 
Plays; Actors 3 

Production Staff 3,4 
Choir 1 
Girls' Sports 
GAA Member 4 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 
Creative Writing 4 
Dancing Club 2 
Scrabble Club 4 



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Burger, Bruce 



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Hi-Y 3,4 



Chopla 
Play Production Staff 
Choir Council 1 
Boys' Glee Club 1 
Boys' Leaders Club I 
Football 

Varsity Team 1,3 

JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 1,3 
Quarterback Club 2,3 



B 


uss, 

lude 
H 


Alyce 

nt Cour 
R. Rep. 


icil 
1 






Boc 


)k Store 


Worker 




Fri( 


?ndship 


Club 


2 




Car 


nero Cli 


ub 3 






Charm Clu 


b 4 






Hoi 


ndicroft 


Club 


2 



Carobotto, Diana 

Euclidian 2,3,4 



H. R. Rep. 


2,3,4 


Sold ads 




Survey 2 




Business 51 


raff 2 


N.F.L. 2 




Ad Club 1 




Friendship 2,3,4 


Maiorette Club 2 


Choir 1 




G.A.A. 1 




Big Show 2,: 


1; scrpt 


Ballroom Dor 


icing 1 


Charm Club 


4 


Pony Chorus 


2,3 


Service 8, Soc 


lal Club 1 


Modern Dane 


e 1 


Honor Study 


Hall 4 



Carpenter, Kathryn 

KATHY 

Class Cabinet Member 4 
Book Store Worker 4 
Hall Guard 2,3 
Ad Club 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Choir 1 

Singing for Fun 2 
Service - ■ - 

Scrabble 




Chornick, Herbert 

HERB 



Chludo, John 

JOHNNY 

Chess Club 3 
Browsing Club 2 
Ping-Pong Club -: 



Cinalli, Dick 

Gloss Vice President 1 
Boys' Leaders Club 1,2 
Varsity Basketball Team I 
Varsity Track Team 1 

Letterwinner 1 
Varsity Baseball Team 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 3 
Dancing Club 1 
Diamond Sports Club 2,3,4 
Gymnastics and Tumbling 

Club 1 
Weigtit-Lifting Club 3 
Lettermans' Club 4 



Clark, Gary 




Chinchor, Mary Ann 

CHINCH 



Student Council 
Home Room Rep. 
Book Store Workei 
Hall Guard 2 
Friendstiip Club 3 
Girls' Glee Club 1,3 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Canasta Club 3,4 
Pinochle Club 2 
Charm Club 4 
Office Worker 4,1 



Christopher, Frank 

CROW 

Hall Guard 2,3 
Wrestling 2 
Varsity Team 2 
Cross Country, Varsity 
Gomes Club 2 
Outdoors Club 3 
Indian-Dance Group 
Wrestling Club 2 



Clark, Arlene 

ARLENE 

Book Store Asst. Mgr 
Friendship Club 3 
Big Show 3 
Bridge Club 4 
Canasta Club 3 
French Club 2 



Clark, Nancy 

Hall Guard 1,3 
National Forencic Lea 
Swim Club 2,3,4 
Play Production Staff 



Clork, Richard 

SPIDER 

Browsing Club 3.4 

Chess Club 2 

Model Airplane Club I 



Cootsworth, Maryl 

Friendship Club 2 
Megaphone Club 2 
Choir I 
Y-Teen 1 
Browsing Club 3 
Canasta Club 4 



Cohen, Harvey 

HARV 



Conroy, Fred 

Movie Club 2,3,4 
Basketball JV Team 2 
Diamond Sports Club 2 
Basketball Club 2,3 





Clements, Nancy 

NAN 

Student CouncI 

Home Room Rep. 4 
Friendship Club 2 3,4 
GAA Member 3,4 
Big Show Actor 3 
Singing tor Fun 2 
Pony Chorus 3,4 



Coccia, Jeanine t 



Worker 2,3,' 



vey 



Room Rep. 2 
Business Staff Member 2 
Friendship Club 2 
PA Technicians 1 
PA Announcers 1 
GAA Member 1, Sec'y 1 
Girls' Leoders Club 1 
Big Show Stage Crew 2 
Chess Club 4 
Pinochle Club 3 
Dancing Club 1 
Round Table 2 



Combs, Sallie 

COMBSIE 

Class Cobinet Member 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 1,3 
Concession Worker 2,3 

Room Secretary 1 
Euclidian, Staff Editor 4 
Survey 

Home Room Rep. 3 
National Quill & Scroll 4 

Vice President 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Majorette Club 2 
Choir 2,3,4,1 

Girls' Glee Club 2,3 

GAA Member 1,2,3 
Intromurol Sports 1,2,3 
1,2,3,4; Actor 



Cho 



2,3,. 



Y-Te 
Browsing Club 2 
Pony Chorus 1,3 
Prom Committee 3,4 



Cook, 


Al 






Track, 


Va 


rsity 


Tea 


Cross 


CoL 


ntry 




Vors 


ity 


Tear 


n 4 


Letterwi 


nner 


4 


Field ond 


Trac 


k 3 


Scrobb 


e Club 


4 




Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Choir 1,2,3,4 
Big Show Choir 2,3,4 
Canasta Club 2,4 
Scrabble Club 3 





Corbett, Nancy 

Friendship Club 2,4 

NAN 
Choir 1 

Big Show Actor 2 
Canasta Club 2,3,4 
Card Club 1 
Co-op 4 



Covert, Richard 

Student Council 3 

Home Room Rep, 3 

Concession Worker 3 
National Honor Society 3,4 
National Forencic 

League 2,3,4; Treas. 4 
World Aftoirs Club 3,4 

President 4 
Audio Aides 3,4 

PA Announcers 3,4 
Dramatics 1,3,4 
Ploys 1,3,4; Actor 1,3,4 

Production Statf 1,3,4 
Thespians 4 
Big Show 2, Actor 2,3 

Script 2 
Chess Club 2 
Ballroom Dancing 2 



Cvitkovic, Dennis 

Publications Club 4 

Play Stage Crew 3,4 

Thespians 4 

Big Snow Stage Crew 3,4 

Art Club 2 

Canasta Club 3 

Pinochle Club 1 

Card Club 1 

Drawing 8. Pointing Club : 

Scrabble Club 3 



Donna, Ronald 

DIRTY RON 



Varsity Team 3 
Canasta Club 1 
Pinochle Club : 




Cowley, Dianne 

PUNCHY 

Friendship Club 3 
Megaphone Club 3 
Play, Production Staff 

Stage Crew 2 
Girls- Glee Club 1,2 
GAA Member 2 
Home Nursing Club 3 
Red Cross Club 4 



Daniels, Afheno 

TINA 

Concession Worker 4 

Euclidian Business Staff 2 

Friendship Club 2 

Choir 1,4 

GirsI' Glee Club 2,3 

Big Show 2,3,4; Actor 2 

Choir 2,3,4 
Canasta Club 3 
Drawing & Painting Club 2 
Music Appreciation 4 
2nd in Solo Contest 2 
3rd in Solo Contest 3 



Daubenmire, Becky 



Holl Guard 2 
Concession Workei 
Maiorette Club 2 
Friendship Club 2 
Girls' Glee Club 1 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 

Letterwinner 1 
Chess Club 4 
Canasta Club 1 
Pinochle Club 3 
Games Club 2 
Ping-Pong Club 1 

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3,4 



Daubenmire, Hazeljear 

Girls' Glee Club 



Demian, Robert 

BOB 

Bovs- Glee Club 3 
Cribboge Club 2 
Archery Club 3,4 



Dinunzio, Christine 



clidic 



Worker 2,3 



Home Room Rep. 2 3,4 
Eucuyo Publications Club 2,3 
Future Teachers of 

America 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
GAA Member 1 ,2 
Chorm Club 4 



Dodson, Carol 

DODDY 

Concession Worker 
Art Club 3 
Canasta Club 4 
Games Club 2 
Co-op 4 



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DeGirolomo, Amelia 

D-G SHORTY 

Survey Home Room Rep. 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Chapter Sec'y-Treas. 2 
Cabinet Member 3 
Mixed Chorus 3 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 4 
Big Show Actor 3 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Service and Social Club 3 



Diedrich, Eileen 

Concession Worker 
Publications Club 3 
Friendship Club 3,4 



Disantis, Joanna 



Euclidian Editorial 
Jr. Red Cross 1 
Megaphone Club 
Dramatics Club 1 
Play 4 

Play Production 5 
Student Director 
Choir 
Choir Coun 



Girls' Gle 



il 1,4 
Club 3 



I Sports 
Bia Show 1,3,4; Choir 4 
Y-Teen Club ) 
Dance Bond Club 3 
Drawing 8. Painting Club 3 
Music Appreciation 4 
National Honor Society 4 



Editorial Staff 
Asst. Editor 4 

Nationol Honor '. 

Future Teachers 



Swim Club 3,4 
Majorette Club 2,3,4 

Marching Maj. 3,4 
Dramatics 2,3,4; Actor 

Production Stoff 4 
Thespit 



Girls' Gle 



Club 2,3 



GAA 1,2,3,4; Treas. 1 
intramural Sports 1,2,3 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 

Secretary 1 
Homecoming Queen 4 
Spring Sports Attendant 2,3 
Freshman Queen I 
Choir 3 

Big Show; Actor 2,3,4 
Pony Chorus 2 
Community Chest Speaker 4 




Dreis, E. Richard 

DICK 

Hi-Y 1 

Pinochle Club 2,3 

Ping-Pong Club 4 



Eckerf, C. Edward 

ED 

Class Cobinet member 3 
Student Council 2,3,4 

Home Room Rep. 2,3 

Executive Board 4 
Key Club 2,3,4; Treas. 3 
Concession Worker 2,3,4 
Hall Guard 3,4 
National Honor Society 3,4 
Band 1,2 
Notional Aftnletic 

Scholorship Soc. 3,4 
Wrestling 

Varsity Tetm 1,3,4 

JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 1,3,4 
Big Show 2,3: Actor 2,3 
Chess Club 2 
Indian-Donee Group 4 
Wrestling Club 2,3 



Edwards, Ruth Evalyn 

CAMIELLE 

Nat'l Forencic League 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Megaphone Club 2 
Marching Band 2,3,4 
Letterwinner 1,3 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Pit Bond 3,4 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4 
GAA Member 1 
Big Show; Actor 2,3,4 

Musician 2,3,4 
Music Appreciation 4 
Pre-med and pre-dental 

Club 3 



Enkler, Morlene 

MARTY 



Worker 2,3 
Friendshp Club 2,3,4 
Choir 1,4; Madrioals 4 
Girls' Glee Club 2,3 
Big Show; Actor 



Mu 



3,4 



Charm Club 4 
Singing for Fun 
Music for Fun 2 



Erzen, Bob 

TIGER 

Regents Hi-Y . 
Football 

Varsity Teon 
Letterwinner 
Basketboll 
Letterwinner 
Varsity Tearr 
Wrestling 

Varsity Tear 
Letterwinner 
Track 

Varsity Tearr 
Letterwinner 
Cross Country 

Varsity Team J 
B::seball 

Varsity Team 1 
Letterwinner 1 
Big Show Choir 2 
Chess Club 2 
Field and Track 
Quarterback Club 
Ping-Pong Club 4 



2,3,4 
1,2,3,4 



1,4 



Evans, Carol 



fee, Ralph 



Fielding, Donna 

MEADOWS 

Class Cabinet Membf 
Concession Worker 3 
Friendship Club 3,4 
World Affairs Club ; 
Majorette Club 3 
Big Show 3 
Bridge Club 3 
Gomes Club 3 
School Spirit 4 





Estvonder, Judy 

JUDY 

Friendship Club 3,4 
Play Production Staff 4 
Girls' Glee Club 3,4 
GAA Member 2,3 

Intromurol Sports 2,3 
Big Snow Choir 3 
Charm Club 4 
Service and Social Club 1,3 
Swim Show 

Production Staff 2,3,4 



Fabritius, Robert 



Student Council 




Home Room Rep. 


3,4 


Hall Guard 3 




Concession Workei 


r 3 


Euclidian 




Asst Mounting Editor 


Publications Club 4 




Notional Honor Soci 


ety 


Notional Quill and 


Sere 


Key Club 3,4 




Lords Hi-Y 3 




Secretary 3 




Cribboge Club 




Camera Club 





Ferguson, Pot 

FERGIE 

Friendship Club 3,4 
Megaphone Club 2 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 2,3 
Intramural Sports 2 3 
Service ond Social Club 



Fike, Morgoret 

COOKIE 

Student C 
Concessi 
Survey 



Worker 2,3,4 



!ss Staff Member 

Home Room Rep. 4 

Secretary 4 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Megaphone Club 2 
Ploys 

Production Staff 2,3,4 
Girls' Glee Club 3,4 
GAA Member 2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 2,3,4 
Girls' Leoders Club 3,4 

Treasurer 4 
Big Show; Choir 3,4 

Costumes 2 
Service and Social Club 1 
G. A. C. 1 
Intromurols 1 
School Spirits 4 




Fink, 


, Diane 






Dl 








Concession Worl 


ker 


2,3,4 


Friendship Club 


2,3,4 


Majorette Club 


2 




Plays 


, Productio 


n 


Staff 


Choir 


4 






Madr 


igals 4 






Girls- 


Glee Club 


3 




Music 


:(Qn— B.q ; 


>ho 


w 


Charr 


n Club 4 






Squar 


e Dancing 


2 




Prinfi 


ng Club 2 






Scrvic 


:e ond Soc 


iol 


Club 


Chickletts 







Florjancic, Louis 

SONNY 

Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Track; JV Team 1 
Golf Club 2 
Dancing Club I 
Games Club 3 
Weight-Lifting Club 4 



Franks, Marilyn 

FRANKIE 

Student Council 
Bookstore Worker 
Coptain 4 

Survey 

Home Room Rep. 

PA Announcers 2,3 

Big Show Actor 2 

French Club 2 

Bridge Club 4 

Pinochle Club 3 



Furth, Guy 



Pinochle Club 




Fiasche, William 






Squires 2,3,4 


; Sec'y 


4 




Treasurer '. 


2,3 






Audio Aides 








PA Techni 


cians 1 






Movie Club 


1,2,4 






Baseball 2 








JV Team 2 








Cribbage Clu 


lb 3 






Scale and Tr 


iongle 1 


Club 


2 


Notional Hoi 


nor Soc 


icty 


4 



Foster, Marsha Ellen 

Hall Guard 4 

Entered from Newberg 

High 4 
Br.dqe Club 4 



Funk, Nancy 

Friendship Club 2,3 
World Affairs Club 2,3 
Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4 
GAA Member 2,3 
Canasta Club 4 
Choir 1 
Molorette 1 



Gadberry, Delores 




DEE 




Hall Guard 1 




Student Council 




Home Room Rep. 


2,3 


Euclidian 




Home Room Rep. 


3,4 


Survey 




Home Room Rep. 


2 


Future Teachers of 




America 3,4 




Friendship Club 2 




Choir 1 




GAA Member 1 




Girls' Leaders Club 


1 


Ballroom Dancing 2 




Canasta Club 3,4 





Gaiko, Gordon 

GORD 

Student Council Home 

Room Rep. 4 
Trock 4 



Gargiulo, Ray 

Class Officer, Treos. 
Class Cabinet membe 
Hi-Y Regents 3.4 

Secretary 4, Trea 
National Athletic 

Scholarship Soc. 3,4 
Wrestling 

Varsity Team 1,2,3 
Cross Country 

Varsity Team 2,3,4 

Co-Copfoin 4 

Letterwinner 3.4 
Lettermans' Club 3,4 

Treosurer 4 
School Spirit Club 4 
Wrestling Club 2,3 



Gebe, Shirley 

GABBY 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Girls' Glee Club 3.4 
GAA Member 1,2,3 



Service and Social 

Singing for Fun ! 

Charm Club 4 

Swim Show Produ 



Gerzeny, Ronald 

RON 

Pinochle Club 4 
Scale and Triongle Club 
Honor Study Hall 4 
Intromurol Sports 3,4 




Concession Worker 2,3,4 
Euclidian 

Home Room Rep. 2 

Editorial Staff 3,4 

Script Editor 4 
Survey 

Editorial Sfoff 2,3,4 

Headline and P. 3 
Editor 4 

Publications Club 2 
N.F.L. 2,3,4 
F.T.A. 2,3,4 
Parliamentarian 4 
Big Show Actor 2,3,4 

Script 2,3,4 
Hi-News Reporter 4 
Notional Honor Society 4 



Glavic, Blanche 

BLANC 

Friendship Club 2.3,4 

Secretary 4 

ChoDter 
Cabinet Member 4 
World Affairs Club ' 
Plays 3, Actors 3 

Production Staff 3 
Choir 3,4 
Girls' Glee Club 2 
Big Show 2,3, Choir 
Dromo Club 2 
Service and Social Club 




Gordon, Foye 

LITTLE ONE 



Room Rep. 2,3 
Friendship Club 4 
Choir 1 

Big Show, Choir 2 
Bridge Club 2 
Golf Club 3 

Club 4 
Knitting Club 1,4 
Woodworking Club 4 
Service and Sociol Club 1,2 
Study Hall 4 
Secretary 4 
V"-Tcens 1 



Gormen, Susan 



Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Maiorette Club 3,4 
Substitute Marching 
Majorette 4 
GAA Member 1 
Bridge Club 2 
Woodworking Club 4 
Service ond Social Club 3 
Study Hall 4 



Gilmore, June 

PEE WEE 

Class Officer, Sec'y 4 

Cabinet Member 3,4 
Student Council 

Concession Worker 2,3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Secretary-Treasurer 4 

Chapter 
Cabinet 4 

Megaphone Club 1,2,3 
JV Cheerleader 1,2 
Girls' Glee Club 3,4 
GAA Meeting 3,4 
Homecoming Attendant 3 

Freshman Attendant 1 
Big Show, Choir 3,4 
Service and Social Club 1 
G.A.C. 1 
School Spirits 4, officer 4 



Glenn, Paul 



Editoriol Staff 4 

Art Staff 4 
Football JV Team 2 
Track 3 

Cross Country 3,4 
Wrestling 2,3,4 
Wrestling Club 2,3,4 
National Honor Society 



Gore, Nancy 

NANCE 



Majorette Club 3 
Megaphone Club 
Big Show, Actor 



Gorsho, Patricia 



Futu 


ire Nurses 


of 


Am( 


Juni 


or Red Cr 


oss 


2,3 


Friei 


ndship CIl 


lb 


2,3,4 


Wor 


Id Affairs 


CIl 


Jb 4 


Choi 


r 1,4 






Mad 
Octe 


rigols 4 
It 4 






Girls 


; Glee CI 


ub 


2.3 


Big 


Show 1,2 


, Choir 


Y-Teen 1 






Nur; 


ies Secretary 


4 


Mes: 


siah Civil 


Ch 


orus 



Goii, Phillip 

PHIL 

Movie Club 1 
Track, Manager 
Pinochle Club ' 
Chess Club 3 
Bridge Club 2 
Model Airplane 



Gray, Sandra 

SANDY 

Majorette Club 3 
Megaphone Club 3 
>'-Teen 1 
Charm Club 4 
Letter winner 
Girl Activities I 



Green, Ricltard 

DICK 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 
Hi-Y Regents I 
Boys' Leaders Club 
Wrestling, Varsity Tt 
Football, JV Team ; 
Baseball, JV Team 
Cribbaae Club 2 
Ping-Pong Club 4 
Wcight-Lifting Club 



Gregorac, Bob 

Chess Club 2 
Music Appreciate 
Wrestling Club 3 
Airplane Club I 
Survey Reporter • 





Grovell, David 

UNCLE DAVE 



Home Room Rep. 3 
Executive Board 4 
Hall Guard 4 
Heod Captain 4 
Nobles 4 
Hi-Y Nobles 4 
Swim Club 2,3,4, Trea; 
Swimming Team 
Varsity Team 3,4 
JV Team 2 
Letferwinner 3,4 
Golf, Varsity Team 4 
Tennis Varsity Team 4 
Varsity "E" Club 3,4 



Gray, 


Jack E. 


Band 


4 


Ma 


ching Bond 


Boa 


rd of Direct 


Con 


cert Band 4 


Pit 


Band 4 


Pep 


Bond 4 


Track 


Varsity Te< 


Letterwinner 4 


Cross 


Country 


Var 


sity Team 4 


Letterwinner 4 


Advar 


ced Zoology 



Green, Tom 

BUTCH 

Chess Club 3 
Golf Club 3 
Pmg-Pong Club 4 



Gribbons, Patricia 



GRIB 

Hall Gu 
Euclidi. 



rd 1,4 



131 mmU 



ne Room Rep. 2,3,4 
Survey 

Editorial Staff 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Ploys 

Production Staff 3 
GAA Member 2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 1,4 
Big Show, Actor 3,4 
Dancing Club 1 
Folk Dancing 2 
Pony Chorus 3 
Room Secretary 4 
Guide 4 




Grodt, Wilma 

JINX 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep, 2 

Holl Guard 1 

Captain 1 
Friendship Club 2 
Maiorette Club 2,3 
Girls' Glee Club 1 
GAA Member 4 
Intramural Sports 2,3 
Biq Show, Actor 3,4 
Prowing 8. Pointing Club 1 
Hearts Club 4 
Spelling Club 2 



Grugel, Leona 

LEE 



He 



3rd 3 



Friendship Club 2,3 

Megaphone Club 2 

Choir 1 

GAA Member 2,3 

Intramural 2,3 

Girls' Leaders Club I 

Canasta Club 4 

Hearts Club 3 

Service and Social Club 



Hallock, John 

Band 

Morching Bond 2 
Concert Bond 1,2,3 
Pit Band 1,2,3 

Big Show, Musician 2 

Golf Club 2 

Gomes Club 3 

Boys' Club 3 



Hamilton, Donna 

Ad Club 2,3,4 
Choir 1 

Squorc Dancing 2 
Service and Social C 




Grossman, Barbara 

BOOTS 

Nationol Forencic 

League Member 3,4 
Future Nurses of Amei 
Friendship Club 3,4 
Plays 

Production Staff 4 
GAA Member 1 ,4 
Intramural Sports 1,4 
Big Show Actor 2 
Games Club 3 
Pinochle Club 3,4 



Musii 
NotK 



for Fun 2 

3\ Honor Society 4 



Hager, Ron 

RON 

Collinwood 2 
Entered in 10th from 
Class Cabinet member 
Student Council 

Home Room Reo, 4 

Hall Guard 2, Captain 
Regents Hi-Y 4 
National Athletic 

Scholarship Society 3 
Footboll 

Varsity team 1,2,3,4 
Letterwinn 
Captain 4 
Basketball 

Varsity teon 
Letterwinner 1 
Big Show Actoi 
Wrestling 2,3 



,2,3,4 



ck Va 



,ity Te 



Lett( 



Quarterback Club 2,3,4 
Ping Pong Club 4 
Varsity "E" Club 3,4 
Spirit Club 4 
Monitor Honor-Study Holl 

Central Committee 
National Honor Society 4 



Holler, Judith 

JUDEE 



Hamilton, Virginia 

GINNY 

Friendship Club 2 
Megaphone Club 2 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 
Dancing Club 1 
Service ond Social Club 



Hatnrich, Chorles 

ARF0NZ5 

Games Club 3 
Automobile Club 3 
Boys' Club 1 



Hones, Robert 

BOB 

Hall Guard 2 
Concession Worker 2 
Browsing Club 3,4 
Cumera Club 2,3 

Heck, David 

HECTOR 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep, 2 

Executive Board 3.4 

Hall Guard 4, Captain 4 
Survey 

Editorial Stott 2,3,4 

Sports Editor 4 

Editor in Chiet 4 
Notional Honor Society 3,4 

Vice-Pres. 4 
Future Teachers of 

America 2 
Drama Club 2 
Field and Track 2,3 
Lettermans Club 3,4 
Scrabble Club 4 
Exec. Board 4 
Most Valuable Runner 

Award 2,3,4 
Natonal Forencic League 

member 2,3,4 
National Quill & Scroll 4 
Plays Actor 2,3 
Choir 1,3,4 
National Athletic 

Scholarship Soc. 1,2,3,4 
Track 

Varsity Team 1,2,3,4 

Letterwinner 1,2,3,4 
Cross Country 2,3,4 

Captain 4 

Letterwinner 2,3,4 
Big Show, Choir 3 



Henn, Sally 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2.4 

Hall Guard 4 

Concession Worker 4 
Survey 

Home Room Rep. 2 
F.T.A. 2,3 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Swim Cadets 3,4 
Swim Club 3,4 
Swim Show Director 4 
Choir 1,2 
G,A.A. 1,2.3,4 
Girls' Leaders 1 
Big Show, Actor 2, Choir 2 
Fencing Club 2 
Service and Social Club 1 
Director of Swim Show 4 
Library Monitor 4 
Student Council Room 

Secretary 4 
National Hoi 



:iety 4 
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Homulo, Charles Frank 

CHUCK 
Dancing Club 



Hossink, Elsie 

EL 

Class Cabinet 3 
Student Council 4 

Secretary 4 

Executive Boord 4 

Hall Guard 3 

Concession Worker 3 
Euclidian 

Home Room Rep. 2,3,4 
Friendship Club 2 
Ploys 

Production Staff 2,3 
Choir 1 

GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3 
Biq Show 

Production Staff 2 
Bridge Club 4 
Home Nursing Club 2 
Woodworking Club 3 



Hempel, Hans 

Class Cabinet member 4 
Notional Honor Society 3,4 
World Affairs Club 3 
Ploys, Actors 2 

chng Bond 2,3,4 



Lett 



3,4 



Concert Bond 
Pit Band 3,4 
Pep Bond 2,3 
Camera Club 2,3,4 



2,3,4 



Hermon, Joel 

JOE 

Hi-Y 1 
Lords 3,4 

Basketball JV Teom 
Baseball JV Team 2 
Golf Varsity Team 4 
Basketball Club 3,4 




Herr, Martha 

TURTLE 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2 

Hall Guard 4 
Survey 

Home Room Rep- 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Megaphone Club 2 
1,2,3,4 



Cti( 



:il 4 



Girls' Glee Club 1,2 

G.A,A, 1,2,3,4 
President I 
Letterwinner I 

Intramural Sports 1 

Girls' Leaders Club I 

Choir 2,3,4 

Charm Club 4 

Woodworking Club 3 



Highland, Patricia 

PAT 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 
Meaaphone Club 2,3 
Choir 4 

Girls' Glee Club 4 
Intramural Sports 2 
Eig Show Actor 3 



Hocevar, Jean 

jEANNIE 

Class Cabinet membt 
Student Council I 
Home Room Rep. 1 
Book Store Worker 
Hall Guard 3 
Maiorette Club 2,3 
Friendship 2,3,4 
Megaphone Club 2 

Cheerleader I 
GAA Member 2,3,4 
Big Show 2,3,4 
Doncing Club 1 
Folk Dancing 2 
Pony Chorus 2 
Printmg Club 2 
Honor Study Hall 4 



Mo 



itor 



Hoitnes, David 

DAVE 

Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Football JV Team 2 
Canasta Club 2 
Music Appreciation 3 
Intramural Basketball 
Champions 2,3,4 




Hershey, Richard 

HERSH 

Key Club 3,4 

Hi-Y Squires 2,3,4 

President 4 

Vice-President 3 

Secretary '2 
Bond 1,2,3,4 

Marching Band 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 1,3,4 

Concert Band 1,2,3,4 

Pit Band 1,2,3,4 

Pep Band 1 
Football 1 
Big Show 2,4 

Musician 2,4 

Script 4 
Art Club 2 
Dance Band Club 3 
Gymnastics and Tumbling 

Club 1 
Big Show Production 

Stott Club 4 



Hisnay, James 

HIS 

Student Council 

Hall Guard 1 
Swim Club 2 
Football JV Team 1 
Basketboll JV Team 1 
Wrestling JV team 1 
Track Varsity Team 1 

Letterwinner 
Baseball Varsity Team 
Canosto Club 3 
Ping-Pong 4 
Gymnastics and TumbI 

Club 1 
Foremons and Supervii 

Club 4 



Hoefle, Dave 

ROCKY 

Hall Guard 1,2,3 

Junior Red Cross 

Sauires Hi-Y 2,3,4 

Secretary 3; Chi 



Boys' Glee Club 4 
Boys' Leaders Club I 
Football JV Team 2 
Wrestling Varsity Teart 
Track Varsity Team I 
Big Show 3, Choir 3 
Canasta Club 2 
Music Appreciation 3 
Scrabble Club 4 
Honor Study Hall 4 



Holmes, Gory 



Home Room Rep. 3 
PA Technicians I 
Movie Club 1 
Football 1, JV Team 
Swimming Team 

JV Team 3 
Big Show Actor 3 
Ballroom Dancing 1,2 
Canasta Club 4 
Basketball Club 1,2 
Scrabble Club 3 



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Holtz, James 

JIM 



Hoppert, James 

HOPPY 

Foofboll 1 

Bcsketboll 1 

Cross Country 
Varsity Team 4 
Letterwinner 4 

Baseball JV Team 2 

Tennis 1 

Golf Club 3 

Baseboll Club 2 

Intramural Basketball 
Champions 2,3,4 



Howard, Virginia 

GINGER 



Madrigals 3,4 
Big Show Choi 
Bollroom Dane 
Singing for Fui 



2,3,4 
2,3,4 



Hurshman, Neil 

Student Council 
Home Room Rep. 
Hall Guard 3 
Football JV Team 'a 
Track Team 
Varsity Team 3 
Calypso Club 4 
Hi-Y Senators 2,3 



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Homer, Charles 

Cnemistry Club 2 
PA Technicians 2,3,4 

Boord of Directors : 
Plays 

Stage Crew 2,3,4 
Big Show 

Stage Crew 2,3,4 
Advanced Zoology 4 
Biology Club 2,3 



Horvath, Delores 



Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member I 

Biq Show Choir 3 



Hurko, Gloria 






GLORIA 






Survey 






Home Room 


Rep 


2,3 


Friendship 2,3 






Choir 1,4 






Gris' Glee Club 




Choir 3,4 






Ballroom Done 


ng 


2 


Browsing Club 


3.4 




Canasta Club 






Singing for Fur 


2 





Joblon, Judith 



Teochers of 



Production Staff 2,3,4 
Play 3; Actors 3 

Thespians 4 

Scribe 4 

Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4 

Girls' Sports 1,4 

GAA Member 4 

Intramural Sports 1 

Big Show 2,3; Actor 2 
Cho.r 3 

Chorni Club 4 

Drama Club 3,4 

Pony Chorus 3 

Knitting Club 2 




Jackson, Claude 

JARING JACK 

Basketball Manager 2 
Biq Show Actor 3 
Diamond Sports Club 2 
Basketball Club 2,3 
Hearts Club 3,4 
Mixed Choir 3 
Competitive Assembly 2 



Jesberger, Judy 

JESSIE 



nbbage 3 
harm Club 4 
?rvice and Social i 
Treasurer 



Jones, William 

BILL 



Sur' 



Rep. 2 



Staff MemI 

Boys' Leaders Club 1 

Basketball Varsity Tea 

Track Varsity Team 1 

Letterwinner I 

jntry 



Varsity Te 



2,3 



:ing Club 1 

Field and Track 2,3 

Intramural Basketball 

Champion 2,3,4 
Honor Study Hall 2 



Judson, Burton 

BURT 

Junior Cabinet 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2,4 
Bookstore Worker 3 
Hall Guard 3 

Euclidian Mounting Editor 4 

Euclidian Business Staff 4 

National Quill and Scroll 4 

t^l. H. S. 4 

Key Club 3,4 

Basketball 1 

Browsing Club 2 

Camera Club 3 

Indian-Dancing Club 4 




Jaroscak, George 

JAY 

Class Cabinet 4 
Student Council 
Hall 



Cho 



1,2 



Football Varsity Team 
Basketball Varsity Tear 
Wrestling Varsity Tearr 
Swimming Team 

jV Team 2 
Track 1 

Varsity Team I 
Baseball Varsity Team 
Dancing Club I 
Basketball Club 2,3 
Intramural Basketball 

Champions 2,3,4 



Jevnikar, Chorles 

CHARLIE 

Holl Guord 1,2 
Publications Club 2 
Squires Hi-Y 3,4, Tr 
Wrestling t 
Canasta Club 3 
Automobile Club 2 
Scrabble Club 4 



Judice, Judith 

JUDD 



cessK 



Worker 2,3 



Majorette Club 2,3,4 
Marching Majorette 
Head Moiorette 4 

GAA Member 1,2,3 

Charm Club 4 

Gomes Club 2 

French Club 2 

Service and Social Clul 



Koprosy, Gerald 

JARRY 



Kasunic, Esther 



Home Room Rep, 4 
Friendship 2,3,4 
Megaphone 2 
Dramatics 3 
Plays 3 

Production Statt 2.3,4 
Thespians 4 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
G.A.A. 1,2,3 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3 
Big Show Choir 3 
Drama Club 3 
Service and Social Club 



Keck, Gerald 

JERRY 

Movie Club 4 
Choir 1 

Ballroom Dancing 
Browsing Club 2 
Golf Club 2 
Quarterback Club 
Hi-Y I 



Keller, Janet 

JAN 

Junior Red Cn 
Megaphone Cli 
Girls' Sports 4 
Pinochle Club 
Charm Club 4 



Kernz, Patricia 

PAT 

Friendship Club 2,3 
Choir I 
G.A.A. I 
Chess Club 4 
Browsing Club 3 
Square Dancing 2 
Embroidery Club I 
Printing Club 2 





Katz, Lynn 



Keeper, Kenneth 

KEN 

Browsing Club 2 
Weight-Lifting Club 
Pinochle Club 4 



K 


ent, Janet 




BLANDIE 


Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Girls' Glee Club 1 
Basketball Girls 1 
GAA Member 1,2 
Pinochle Club 4 
Cribboge Club 3 
Automobile Club 3 
Knitting Club 2 



Klebler, Gretchen 

Eucuyo 4 

Friendship Club 3 
World Affairs Club 
GAA Member 2,3 
Embroidery Club 2 




Golf Club 2,3 
Stamp Club I 

'CerHficafe for Spanish and 
English in 9th Grade. 



Kling, Marion 

Friendship 2,3.4 



Cho 



3,4 



G.A.A. 1.2,3 
Big Show Choir 3 
Pinochle Club 2 
Charm Club 4 
Woodworking Club 



Ko< 


jan, 


John 




TOM 






Mar 


ching 


Band 


2,3,4 


*Le 


terwir 


ner 4 




Con 


cert 


Band 1 


.2.3,4 


Pit 


Band 


3,4 




Pep 


Band 


4 




Swir 


nming 


Team 


4 


Varsity 


Team 


4 


J 


V Te 


am 3 




Big 


Show 


Music 


on 3 


Bal 


room 


Dancing 3 


Bro 


vsing 


Club 3,4 


Aut 


omobi 


e Club 2 


Gyrr 


nastic 


s and 


Tumbling 1 



Kolfhoff, Margaret 

Ballroom Dancing 4 
Cribbage Club 3 
Entered from Collinwood 
Junior year. 




Kline< Evelyn 

EVIE 

Megaphone Club 3 
iJramatics 3 
friendship Club 2 
G.rls' Sports 2 
Big Show 3 
Charm Club 4 
Singing tor Fun 2 



Knirnschild, Edward 



Browsing Club 4 
Round-Table 2 
Weight-Lifting Club 3 



Kollor, Robert 

BERT 

Boys' Leaders Club 1,2 
Football Vorsity Team 1 
Basketball 

Varsity Team 1,3 

J.V. Team 2 
Track Varsity Team 1 
Canasta Club 4 
Cribbage Club 2 
Card Club 1 
Basketball Club 1,3.4 
Scrapbook Club 3 
Gymnastics & Tumbling 

Club 



Konya, Jean 

burey Editorial Staff 3,4 

3rd Page 8. Sports Editor 4 
National Honor Society 3,4 
National Quill and Scroll 4 

President 4 
Ballroom Dancng 2 
Ad Club 3,4 
Friendship Club 2.3,4 
Play Production Staff 3,4 
GAA 1,2,3,4 

Advisory Board 4 

Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 3,4 
Big Show Choir 2 



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Kopf. Annelie 

ANN 

Class Cabinet member 
Publications Club 2,3 
N.F.L. 3,4, 

President 4 
Friendstiip 1 



of Pe 



N.H-S. 4 



2,3,4 



Korencic, Beverly 

BEV 

Student Council 1,3,4 

Home Room Rep. 

Executive Board 
Concession Worker 
Friendstiip 2,3,4 
Majorette Club 3,4 

Marching Majore 
Megaphone Club 2 

JV Cheerleader ; 
Choir 1 

Girl's Glee Club 3,4 
Gib Show 
Actor 3,4 



1,3,. 



Cho 



3,4 



Kosman, Joan 

JOANIE 

Future Tearchers of An 
Ad Club 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Marching Band 2,3,4 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 



Orchestr. 



Big Sho 
Bridge Club 2 
Browsing Club 3 
Travel Club 4 



Kouchy, Gerald 

JER 

Class Cabinet memb 
Student Council 
Home Room Rep. 





Kordo, Richard 

DICK 

P A. Technicians 
PA. Announcer 1 
Swimming Team ' 

Varsity Team 4 

Manager 3 
Browsing Club 4 
Golt Club 3 
French Club 3 
Tumbling I 



Kosher, Robert 

BIG AL 

Student Council 4 

H.R. Rep. 4 
Boys' Leaders 1 
Footboll, Varsity Tear 
Bosketboll 1 

Varsity Teom 2 

J.V. Team 2,3 

Letterwinner 1 
Baseball, Vorsity Teon 



Kotnik, David 

DAVE 

Hall Guard 4 
Band 1,2,3 
Marching Bond 2 
Concert Band 1,2,3 
Choir 4 

Boys' Leaders Club 
Football 1 
Basketball 1,2 

Letterwinner 1,2 

Manager 2 
Baseball 1,2 

.V. Team 2 
Golf 4 

Varsity Team 4 
BigBig Show Musicio 
Golf Club 3,4 
Pinochle Club 4 
Cribbage 2 
Basketball Club 2,3 



Kovoch, Miriam 

SIS 

Class Vice President 2,3 
Euclidian Business Staff 2,3 

Advertising Manager 3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 




Kovic< Joyce 

JOYCE 

Survey Reporter 4 
Future Nurses of A. 4 
Junior Red Cross 1,2,3 
Friendhsip Club 2,3 
Btg 5how Actor 2 
Chorm Club 4 
Service and Social Club 



Krouse, Barbara 

BARB 

Survey H R Rep, 2 
Choir 1 
Card Club 1 
Singing for Fun 2 
Basketball Club 1 
Home Nursing Club 2 
Home Nursing Club 2 
Knitting Club 4 
Music for Fun \ 
Scrabble Club 3 



Krautberger, Susan 

RED 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep, 1 
Friendstiip Club 4 
Dramatics 2 
GAA Member 4 
Intramural Sports 4 
Charm Club 4 
Archery Club 3 



Krizmon, Margaret 

MARGIE 

Hall Guard 3 
Concession Worker 2,3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Dramatics 1 
Calypso Club 4 
Singing for Fun 2 
Pre-med and Pre-dental 
Club 3 




Kramer, Deonna 

DEE 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Maiorette Club 2,3,4 

Marching Majorette 3,4 
GAA Member 2 
Big Show 2,4 
Drama Club 2 
Hearts Club 4 



Krauss, Janet 



Hall Guard 1 

National Honor Society 3,4 

Future Nurses of America 4 

Cabinet Member 3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Leade 



Cha 



Club 4 



inq Club 2 
Latin Club 2 
Scholarship Club 1,2,3 



Kriz, Catherine 

KAY 

Euclidian Home Room 

Rep. 2,3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Canosta Club 4 
Pinochle Club 2,3 
Card Club 1 



Krogman, Alice 

Future Teachers of 
Friendship Club 4 
GAA Member 4 
Round-Toble 4 



Kronenberger, Judy 

JUDY 

Class Cabinet Member 4 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2 

Treasurer 3 

Executive Board 3,4 
Concession Worker 2 
Survey, Business Staff 

Ad Manager 4 
Notionol Honor Society 3,4 
Future Nurses of Am. 4 
FriendshiD Club 2,3,4 

Chapter President 3 
Ploy Acfo " 



Cho 



1,2 



Secretary 2 
Grrls' Glee Club 2 
GAA Member 1,2,3 
Girls' Leaders Club 1,3 
Homecoming Queen 

Attendant 4 
Homecoming Choirman 
Student-Faculty Com. 4 



Con 



iitfe 



Spirit Club 4 
President 4 

Big Show 2,3,4 
Actor 2,3 
Musician 2,3,4 

Singing For Fun 2 



Kulwin, Virginia 

GINGER 

Choir 1 

Girls' Glee Club 2,3 
Biq Show 2,3, Choir 
Bridge Club 2 
Pinochle Club 4 
Bosketboll Club I 
Home Nursing Club 



Kuriiko, Carrie 



Laddis, Anfhony 

TONY 

Class Cabinet Member 2 

Hi-Y 1 

Choir 3 

Pinochle Club 3,4 

Bosketboll Club 2 





Kuehn, Thomas 

TOM 



Va 



iity Tcon 



Wrestii 

JV Team 2 

Track, JV Team 2 

Ping-Pong Club 4 

Weight-Liftng Club 3 



Kunkel, Mary 

KUNK 

Student Council 1, Treos. I 
Notiono Honor Society 3,4 

Secretary 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Secretary- Treasurer 3 

Chapter 3 
Cabinet Member 3 
Band 1.2,3,4 

Morching Band 2,3.4 

Letferwinner 3 

Board of Directors 3,4 

Concert Band 1,2,3,4 

Pit Band 2,3,5 

Orchesta 1 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

Treosurer 3 

Advisory Board 3 

Letferwinner 1 

Inframurol Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 1,3,4 



Kushner, LoreHa 

LORRIE 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
GAA Member 1,2 
nframurol Sports 1,2,3 
Games Club 2 
Scrabble 3,4 



Lainr Laura 

LAURIE 

Survey Editoriol Staff 
Friendship Club 2,4 
Choir 1 

Girl's Glee Club 3 
Big Show Choir 2,3 
Canasta Club 2,3,4 
Card Club 1 
Editor of Eucuyo 1 




Long, Rose Marie 

AYA 

Concession Worker 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Produc'n Staff 1 



Cho 



1,2 



GAA 1 
Big Show, Actor 2 
Y-Teen, Vice Pres. 1 
Browsing Club 3 
Canasta Club 1 
Charm Club 4 
Squore Dcncina 2 
Printing Club 2 



Lonning, Sherman 

GO-GO 

Class President 1 
Class Vice-President 4 
Class Trer-surer 2 
Student Council 1,2,4 
Hall Guard Captain 3,4 
Key Club 4 
Choir 1,2,4 
Boy's Glee Club 1,2,4 
Footboll 1,2,4 
Letterwinner 4 
Basketboll 1,2,3,4 

Captain 4 

Letterwinner 2,3.4 
Track 1,2,3,4 

Letterwinner 2 
Golf 3,4 

Letterwinner 3,4 
Drama Club 1.2 
Field ond Track 2,3 
Ouorterback Club 1 2,3 
Basketboll Club 1,2,3 
Photography Club 3 
Lettermon's Club 3,4 



-Mento 



1,2 



Larabee, Dianne 

Future Teachers of 
Eucuyo, Publication 
Friendship Club 4 
GAA Member 2 
Bridge Club 2 
Pinochle Club 3 



LeBrefon, Terry 

Boys' Leaders Club 2 
Football, Vorsity Teon 
JV Teom 1 
Letterwinner 2.3 



Letterwinner 1 
Quarterback Club 2,3,4 
Gymnastics & Tumbling 




Langiois, 


Carol 


CAL 




Concession 


Worker 4 


Future Te< 


ichers of An 


Friendship 


Club 2,3,4 


Choir 1,2 




Girls' Glee 


Club 3 


Big Show, 


Actor 2,3, 


Choir 2,3, 


Canasta Club 2,3,4 


Card Club 


1 



LoPorte, Thomai 

BIG T 

Senior Cabinet 
Room Secretary 3 
Key Club 2,3,4 

Secretary 4 
Band Captain 4 
Marching Band 1,2,3,4 
Letterwinner 4 
Boord ot Directors 4 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Pit Bond 3,4 



Louter, Kirk 

Class Treasurer 4 
Student Council Vice 

Home Room Rep. 

Hall Guard 1,2 
Captoin 1,2 
Regents Hi-Y 4 
Audio Aides 1 



Cho 



- 3,4 
President 4 
ootball Varsity Team 1 ,' 
Letterwinner 4 
sketball, Varsity Team 



Wrestling. Varsity Te 



3.4 



Big Show, Actor 3,4 

Stage Crew 1 
Dancing Club 1 
Bollroom Dancing 2 
Round Toble 3 
Quarterback Club 
Gymnastics & Tumbling 



Lees, Karen 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 4 
Survey Home Room Rep. 
Future Nurses of Am. 4 
Ad Club 4 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
World Affairs Club 4 
GAA Member 3 
Pinochle Club 2 
Scrabble Club 3 



Leihenseder, Paul Kurf 

Baseball, Varsity Team 

Letterwinner 1,3 

Manager 
Tennis, Varsity Team 1 
Advanced Zoology 4 
Camera Club 2 
Diamond Sports Club 3 
Hi-Y 1 

Vrsual Aides , pres. 1 
Visual Operators pres. ) 
Stage Crew 1 
Traveling Assembly I 



Lewis, Perry 

Movie Club 1 
Track Manager 2 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Browsing Club 2 
Canasta Club 3 
Field and Track 2 
Hearts Club 4 
Trig and Slide Rule Club 3 



Link, Carol 

CAROL 

Ploy Production Staff 4 
Band 1,2 
Marching Band 2 
Band Letterwinner 1 
Concert Band 1,2 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
GAA Advisory Boord 4 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Camera Club 3 
Embroidery Club 2 



Lucas, Joe 

JOE 

Hon Guard 1,2,3 
Concession Worker 4 
Euclidean 3,4 
Hi-Y, Sguires 2 
Treasurer 2 

Lords 3,4 
PA Technicians 1 
PA Announcers 1 
National Honor Society 
Ploys, Actor 1,2,3,4 

Production Stoff 2,3 
Thespians 4 

Treasurer 4 
Choir 1 
Big Show, Actor 4 

Stage Crew 4 
Bollroom Dancing 2 
Drama 2 
Games Club 3 
Poise for Boys 2,3 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Big Show Production Club 
Gymnostics & Tumbling 
Weight-Lifting Club 1 




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i Staff Mem. 

Business Manager 4 
Future Teachers of Arr 
Friendship Club 2,3.4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

President 4 

Advisory Board 3,4 

Letter' 

Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 1,3,4 
Singing for Fun 2 
Service and Sociol Club 1 
Notional Honor Society 4 



Lindqulst, Carol 

CAROL 

Future Teorchers of Am. 
Friendship Club 4 
World Affairs Cluh 4 
Megaphone Club 1 
Marching Band 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 3 
Concert Bond 1,2,3,4 
Pit Bond 3,4 
Crchestro 1,2.4 
GAA Member 1 

Letterwinner 1 
Intromural Sports 1,2 
Big Show Musician 2 
Browsing Club 3 
Scale and Triangle Club 
Nationol Honor Society 



Longo, Anthony 

SLASH 

Student Council H.R. Rep. 
Euclidian Stoff 4 
Junior Red Cross 3 
Swim Club 2 
Boys' Leaders Club 1,2 
Football, Varsity Te"m 1,3 
Football, JV Team 2 
Basketball Letterwinner I 
Boseball Varsity Team 
Baseball Letterwinner 1 
Big Show Stage Crew 3 
Bollroom Dancing 2 
Sguare Dancing 1 
Dancing Club 1,2 
Diamond Sports Club 1 
Baseball Club I 
Quarterback Club 2.3,4 
Ping-Pong Club 4 



Moderi 
Gyn 



Dan 



nastic 



& Tumbling 1 



Luikart, Carolyn 

LOUIE 

Friendship Club 2 
Megaphone 2,3 
JV. Cheerleodcr 2 
iity Cheerleader 



Chic 



GAA Member 2 

Letterwinner 1 
Girls' Leader 1 
Big Show. Stcge Crew 3 
Service and Social Club 1,4 

Sec. -Treasurer 




Luse, Joy 

STRAWBERRY 

Student Council 

Hall Guard 4 

Concession Worker 2 
Serice Club I 
Friendship Club 2 

Treasurer, Chapter 2 
Megaphone Club 2 
GAA Member 2,3 
Lotterwinner 1 
Intramurol Sports 1,2,3 
Girls' Leaders I 
Hcorts Club 4 
Woodworking Club 3 



McBroom, Sharron, 

MICKIE 

Publications Club 4 
Editorial Board 4 

Art Editor 4 

Friendship Club 4 

GAA Member 4 

Intramural Sports 4 

Art Club 3 

Transferred from Kirkwood 
Hqh School, St. Louis 
Missouri, Spring of 1955 



McCormack, Robert 



BOB, PIERRE 

Hall Guard 3,4 
Bovs' Leaders Club 1 
Football, Varsity Team 

JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 1 
Basketball Varsity T. 

JV Team 2 
eball Vorsity Tcarr 



Letter' 



Ballroom Dancing 2 
Baseball Club 2 
Ouarterhock Club 2,3,4 
Bosketball Club 2,3,4 
Gymnostics & Tumbling I 



McDuffee, Joseph 

JOE 

Student Council, H.R. Rep. 

Hall Guard 3,4 
Nobles Hi-Y 2,3,4 

President 4 
Play Actor 1,3 
Boys' Glee Club 3 
Football, Varsity Team I 



JV Te 
Basketball Varsity Tet 
Track Varsity Teom 
Baseball 1,2,3 

Letterwinner 2 
Big Show Actor 3.4 
Chess Club 4 
Square Dancing 2 
Diomond Sports Club ' 
Baseball Club 2,3 
Bosketball Club 2,3.4 




Lyons, Sally 

Concession Worker 2 
Euclidian, H. R. Rep. 2,3,4 
Surevy, Editorial Staff 4 
Service Club, Treas. 1 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Megaphone Club 2,3,4 
Varsity Cheerleader 1,3,4 
Choir 4 
GAA 1,2,3 

Letterwinner 1 
Intramural Sports 1,2 
Girls' Leaders Club I 
Homecoming Attendant 2 
Big Show, Actor 3 



McConn, 


John 




JOHNNY 


ACE 


Er 


itered frc 
in 3 


im CgthedrgI Lc 


Boys' Glee 


Club 4 


Boys' Lead 


ers Club 3,4 


In 


tromural 


Basketball 3,4 


Pi 


nochle Club 3 


C( 


3rd Club 


3 


Di 


ramo Clu 


lb 4 


M 


usic Appreciation 4 


B( 


Dsketball 


Club 3 


Pi 


ng-Pong 


Club 4 


Pi 


■intinq CI 


ub 3 



McDonald, Irene 

Entered fro Chardon High 
Survey, H. R. Rep. 4 
Business Staff 4 



McGregor, Ronald 



Euclidian 4 

Boys' Leaders Club 

Football Vorsitv Tea 
JV Team 2 
Letterwinner 1 

Wrestling Tegm 1 
Acti 



Ballri 



chle 



Dgncing 2 



McGuire, Geneva 

PAT 

Student Council 

Homeroom Rep. ^ 
Friendship 4 
Archery Club 4 



McKay, Audrey 

AUD 

Concession Worker 3 
Friendship 2,3 
Megaphone 2 

Varsity Cheerleader 1 
Choir I 
GAA 1,2,3 

Letterwinner I 
Girls' Leaders Club, Pros. 1 
Biq Show, Costumes 2 
Charm Club 4 
Singing for Fun 3 
Service and Social Club 1 



McLaughlin, Nadine 

NADY 

Student Council 

Hall Guard 3,4 
Biq Show. Actor 3,4 
Drawing and Painting Club4 
Pony Chorus 3 
Entered from Collinwood in 

Junior Year 



McPeek, Ernest 

ERNIE 

Junior Red Cross 3 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Football, Varsity Team 1 

JV Team 2 
Wrestling Varsity Team I 

Letterwinner 1 
Baseball Varsity Team 1,3,4 

JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 1,2,3,4 
Biq Show Stage Crew 2 
Browsing Club 2 
Diamond Sports Club 2,3,4 
Baseball Club 2,3,4 
Quarterback Club 2 
Hearts Club 4 
Scrapbook Club 2 
Weight-Lifting Club 2 

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Mclntyre, Patricia 

PAT 

Friendship 2,3,4 

Megaphone Club 2 

Girl's Glee Club 1,3,4 

GAA 1,2,3,4 

Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 

G.LC. 3,4 

Service and Social Club 1 



McKnight, Patricia 

PAT 

Eucuyo 

Publications Club 2,3 
N.F.L. 4 
Friendship 2,3,4 
Dramatics, Actor 4 
GAA 1 

Big Show, Script 3 
Creative Writing 3 
Woodworking Club 4 



McNellan, Jan 

MAC 

Concession Worker 2 
Friendship Club 3 
Megaphone Club 3 

Secretary 
Girls' Glee Club 4 
Big Show Actor 3 
Drawing ond Pointing Club2 
Hearts Club 4 



MacDougall, Dave 

Student Council 

Book Store Worker 3 
Survey 

Editorial Staff 4 

Home Room Rep. 4 

Business Stoff 4 

Assistant Busines Mgr. 4 
Eucuyo 

Publications Club 3,4 

Editorial Board 4 
Future Teachers of Am. 4 
Band 1,2 
Concert Band 1,2 
Big Show, Actor 2 
Scale and Triangle Club 2 
Natonal Honor Society 4 




Mocko, Don 

Student Council 

Homeroom Rep. 2 
Pnochle Club 3,4 
Diamond Sports Club 



Maczuga, Len 

MAC 

Chess Club 4 
Diomond Sports Club 2 
Scale and Triangle Club 
Games Club 3 
Automobile Club 2 



Mong, Jerry 

MAD-DOG 

Concession Worker '. 
Choir 3,4 

Bovs' Glee Club 3 
Big Show Choir 3 
Camera Club 2 
Photography Club 2 
Indian-Dance Group 
Archery Club 3 



Morincek, Arthur 

ART 

Scale and Triangle ( 
Gomes Club 3 
Automobile Club 2 
Hearts Club 4 
Boys' Club 3 




MacQuarrie, Phebe-Nell 



GAA Member 4 



Magnusson, Chris 

PEE-WEE 

Swimming Team 

JV Team 2 
Gomes Club 3 
Scrabble Club 4 



Mannion, Kathleen 

K 

Student Council 
Hall Guard 1 
Concession 2,3 

Moiorette Club 2,3,4 

Morching ^Aaio^ette 4 

Big Show, Actor 2 

Modern Donee 2 

Gomes Club 3 

Big Show Club 4 



Marsh, David 

CHINA WALL 



Euclidian 

Editorial Staff 3 
Survey 

Editorial Staff 4 
Junior Hi-Y 1 
Regents Hi-Y 2,3,4 
Football, Varsity Teom 1,3,'i 

JV Team 2 

Letferwinner 1,4 
Wrestling Club 
Swimming Team, JV 2 
Tennis, Varsity 3 
Scale and Triangle Club 2 
Quarterback Club 2,3,4 
Automobile Club 2 
Service and Social Club 1 



Mourer, Carol 

Book Store Worker 1,3,4 
FriendshiD Club 2,3,4 
Ballroom Doncing 3 
Bridge Club 2 
Canasta Club 4 
French Club 2 
Archery Club 3 



Mercurio, Darlene 

J 

Frendship Club 2,3,4 
GAA Member 1 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Woodworking 4 
Pinochle Club 3 



Mester, Sandra 

SAM 

Concession Worker 2,3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Megaphone Club 2,3 
JV Cheerleader 2 
Dromotics 3 
Choir 1,2,3,4 
GAA 2,3,4 

Girls' Leaders Club I 
Big Show, Actor 2,3, 

Choir 2,3 
Girls Basketball Club V.P. 
Service and Social Club 1 
Big Show 4 
Girls' Sports, Letters: 

Basketball 1 

Baseball 1 

Soccer 1 



Mezget, Donnie 

Publications Club 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Doncing Club 1 
Home Nursing Club 2 





Meden, 


Loretta 


St 


udent 


Council 




Home 


Room Rep. 




Hall Guard 3 


Fr 


iendshi 


IP 2,3 


Bi 


3Mroom 


Dancing 2 


Pi 
W 


nochle 

'oodwoi 


Club 3 
rking 4 


Sc 


:rabble 


Club 2 




Home 
Cor 


Room Rep. 
eer Week 



Mervar, Richard 

DICK 

Scrabble Club 2 
Chess Club 4 
Scale and Triangle Club 
Trig & Slide Rule Club 



Meyers, Ken 



Business Staff 4 



Pinochle Club 
Weight-Lifting 
Chef's Club 4 



Miller, Alan 

Key Club 3,4, Treas 4 
Lords 3,4 
Choir Council 4 

Modrigols 4 

Octet 4 
Boys' Glee Club 3,4 
Big Show, Actor 
Choir 

Scale and Triangle Club 
Archery Club 3 
Scrabble Club 4 




Miller, Leslie 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 1 
National Honor Society 3,4 
Future Teachers ot Am. 3,4 
President 4 

irenstc League 
2,3,4, Vice President 4 
/orld Affairs Club 2,3,4 



Notii 



2,3 
nfar 



PA Announcers 3,4 

Movie Club 1,2,3,4 

Play Actors 3,4 

Thespians 4 

Boys' Glee Club 3 

Comera Club 3 

Photography Club 1 

Sent to Cincinnati by the 
Rotary Club to take part 
in the Institute on World 
Affairs. 



Minello, Patricia 

PAT 

Concession Worker 2,3 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Ploy Production Staff 2,3,4 
Archery Club 3 



Mog, Jomes 

JIM 



Monnet, James 

JIM 

Class President 2 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2 

Executive Board 3,4 

President 4 
Survey Editorial Staff 4 
Notional Honor Society 3 4 
Bosketboll \ 

Letterwinner 1 
Monorchs Hi-Y 2 
Swim Club 3,4 
Choir 2,3,4 
Madrigols 3 
Boys' Glee Club 2,3 
Notional Athletic Scholar- 
ship Society 3,4 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Football 1,2 

Letterwinner I 
Swimming Team 

Varsity Team 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 2,3,4 
Track, Varsity Team 1,2,3,4 

Captain 1 

Letterwinner 1,3,4 
Big Show Choir 2,3,4 
Chess Club 2 
Field and Track 2 
Gymnastics and Tumbling I 




Miller, Robert J. 



Nobles Hi-Y 1,3 



Cross Country 
Varsity Team : 
JV Team 3 
Biq Show Actor : 
Ballroom Doncing 
Browsing Club 4 
Canasta Club 3 
Gomes Club 3 
Field and Track 
Automobile Club 
Service and Socit 
Scrabble Club 4 



Mirenda, Tino 

MARIE 



Hon Guard 2,3 
Future Nurses of 
Friendship Club 2 
Mojorette Club 2 
Girls' Glee Club 1 
Big Show Musiciar 
Y-Teen 

Pinochle Club 
Pony Chorus 2 
Automobile Club 



Molder, Jim 



Chess Club 3 
Browsing Club 2 
Golf Club 3 



Moore, Betsy 

0SH-K05H 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 3,4 
Worker 3,4 
jrial Staff 4 
■iendship Club 2,3,4 



Girls' Gle 



Club 3,4 



GAA 2,3,4 

Big Show, Actor, I 

Choir-Glee Club 

Make-up 2 



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Moore, Carol 



endship 2,3,4 
irching Bond 2 
ncert Bdnd 1,2,3 



Motto, Bill 



Murphey, 


Joon 






MURPH 








Future Nu 


ses ot 


An 


-1. 4 


Marching Bond 2 






Pit Bond 2 








Choir 1,2 








Girls' Glee 


Club 






Home Nur 


ing Club 


4 


Pre-med o 


nd Pre 


de 


ntal 



Mussord, James 

JIM 

Choir 1 

Baseball, JV Team 

Manager 3 
Chess Club 2,4 
Photography Club 3 





Mora, Roy 

Baseball, Varsity Te 
Golt, Varsity Team : 

Letterwinner 3 
Golt Club 3 
Pinochle Club 2,4 



Moyer, Donald 

LAWN 

Ploys, Production Staff 3 
Student Director 3 

Basketball, JV Team 2 
Letterwinner 2 

Track, Varsity Team 1,2,4 



Murray, 


Richort 




DICK 






Class Co 


)inet Member 


Band 1 






Wrestling 


1,2,3 




Track 2 






Big Show 


Actor 3 




Ballroom 


Dancing 


1 


Quarterback Club 


2 


Weight-Lifting CI 


jb 3 


Wrestling 


Club 3 




Intramura 


1 Sports 


1 



Mutchler, Edward 

MUTCH 




Myers, Morilyn 

Hall Guard 1,2,3 
Concession Worker 
Friendship Club 4 
Megaphone Club 3 
Movie Club 1 
Bollroom Dancing 
Card Club 1 
Games Club 2 



Neibecker, Patricia 

PAT 

Concession Worker 4 
Future Teachers of Am. 4 
Nationa Forencic League3,4 
Friendship Club 3,4 
Majorette Club 3 
Plays, Actor 2,3 

Production Staff 3,4 
Thespians 4 
GAA Member 4 
Charm Club 4 
Drawing and Painting Club3 



Nelson, Barbara 

BARB 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Girls' Glee Club 4 
GAA Member 3,4 
Card Club 3 
Charm Club 4 
Singing for Fun 2 



Neylon, Ann 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2,4 
Hall Guard 2,3,4 
Concession Worker 3,4 
Euclidian Business Staff 
Survey 

Home Room Rep. 4 
Business Staff 4 
Future Teachers of Am. 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Swim Club 2,3,4 
Swim Cadettes 2,3,4 
Plays, Production Staff 
GAA Member 2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 2,3,4 
Spring Sports Attendant 
Service and Social Club 1 
National Honor Society 




Nebe, Robert J. 

Movie Club 1,2 
Tennis, Varsity Team 

Letterwinner 3,4 
Camera Club 3,4 
Card Club 
Games Club 2 
Letterman's Club 3,4 



Neil, James 

JIM 



Nelson, Pot 

Euclidian, H. R. Rep. 3,4 
Future Teachers of Am. 3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
PA Technicians 3,4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

Advsory Board 3,4 

Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 1,3,4 
Creotive Writing 3 
Music Appreciation 2 
Hockey Teom 3,4 



Nick, Leo 

NICK 

Boys' Leaders Club 1 

Card Club 1 

Craft Club 1 

Scale and Triangle Club 2 

Basketball Club 3 

Hearts Club 4 

Gymnastics and Tumbling 1 



Nordstrom, Gerald 

JERRY 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 1 
Hon Guord 1 
Movie Club I 
Choir 2,3 

Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Card Club 2 
Crott Club 1 
Dancing Club I 
Hearts Club 3,4 
Gymnastics and Tumbling 1 



Ogrinc, Richard 



Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 
Hall Guard 1 
PA Technicians 1 



Boys' Leaders Club I 
Pinochle Club 2 
Cord Club 3 
Dancing Club 1 
Scale and Triangle Club 2 
Field and Track 3 
Ping-Pong Club 4 
Gymnastics & Tumbling I 



O'Hare, Beverly 

PAT 



Opalrny, Edward 



Class Treasurer 3 
Regents Hi-Y 3,4 
Football 2,3 
Manager 4 
Wrestling 3,4 





Nowacech, Charles 



GOLDEN BOY 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 3 
National Honor Society 
Squires Hi-Y 3 
World Atfairs Club 3,4 

Vice Presdent 4 
PA Announcers 3,4 
All School Play Actor 3 
Thespians 4 
Marching Band 3,4 

Letterwinner 3 



ot Dir 



ctor' 



ond 3,4 
Pit Band 3,4 
Orchestra 3 
Boys' Glee Club 
Big Show, Actor 2 
Musician 3 



O'Hora, Patrick 

Student Council 

Hall Guard 3 

Captain 3 

Consession Worker 4 
Euclidian 2,3,4 
Survey, Editorial Stotf 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Maiorette Club 2,3,4 
Megaphone Club 2 
Dramatics 3 



Girls' Glee Club 4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Big Show, Actor 3 



Onderdonk, Sydney 

SYD 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Swim Club 2,3,4 

Secretary 4 
Swim Cadets 2,3,4 
Dramatics, Production Staff4 
GAA Member 4 



Orcutt, Karol 

DEANIE 

Class Cabinet 4 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 1 

Hall Guard 1,2,3,4 
Captain 1,3,4 
Survey 

Home Room Rep. 2,3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Majorette Club 2,3 
GAA Member 1,2,3 

President 1 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 

Vice President 1 
Freshman Queen 1 
Big Show Actor 2,3 
Pony Chorus 2,3 
Recreation Club 1 




Osborne, 


Richard 


BIG-OZ 




Senior Cabinet 4 


Student Cc 


juncil 


Home R( 


Dom Rep. 3 


Hall Guard 


2,3,4 


Chess Club 


2 


Boys' Glee 


Club 4 


Football 1, 


,2 


Letterwir 


iner 1 


Basketball 


1,2,3,4 


Letterwir 


mer 1,4 


Track 1,2,3,4 


Letterwir 


iner 1,2,3,4 


Basketball 


Club 3 


Letterman'' 


i Club 3,4 



Owens, Ralph 

RALPH 



Poik, David 

DAVE 



Palinkas, 


Mary 


Agnes 


AGGIE 






Friendship 


Club 2,3,4 


Plays 1 






Product 


ion Staff 3,4 


Thespians 


4 




GAA Member 3,4 




Intromura 


1 Sports 


3,4 


Big Show 


Actor 3 




Canatsa Club 3 




Charm Cii 


jb 4 




Pony Cho 


rus 3 




Recreatior 


1 Club 1 




Boosters Club 1 






Ott, James 



Pagels, Carol 

Mojorette Club 2,3,4 

Marching Majorette 3,4 
Head Moiorette 4 

Big Show Actor 2,3 

Ballroom Dancing 2 

Bridge Club 3 



Palazzo, Charles 

"TO GO" 

Basketball, Varsity Team 3 
Baseball, JV Team 2 
Basketball Club 2,3,4 
Gymnastics and Tumbling 1 



Palmer, Carol 

POGO 

Book Store Worker 1 
Hall Guard 3 
Concession Worker 3,4 
Junior Red Cross 1 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Woodworking Club 3 
Megaphone Club 2 
GAA Member 4 
Intramural Sports 2,3,4 
Charm Club 4 
Dancing Club 1 
Embroidery Club 2 

152 



Parker, John 

JACK 

Canasta Club 4 
Cribboge Club 3 
Games Club 2 




Patton, Bernard 

BERNIE 



Pavelik, Froncis 



Glee Club I 
Megaphone Club 2 
Intramural Sports 1,2 
Dancing Club I 
Knitting Club 4 



Payerchin, Mary Ann 

Student Council 

Book Store Worker 4 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Girl's Sports 

GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

Advisory Board 4 

Letterwinner 1 

Intramural Sports 1,2, 
Big Show, Chor 2 
Canasta Club 4 
Spelling Club 4 
Games Club 2 




Class Officer, Secretory 3 

Class Cabinet 3,4 
Student Council 

Executive Board 4 

Hall Guard 3 

Concession Worker 1,2,4 
Euclidian, H. R. Rep. 2 

Asst. Bus. Mgr. 4 
Survey, Editorial Staff 3,4 

Home Room Rep. 2 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Majorette Club 2,3 



Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4 
Girls Sports, GAA 1,2,3,4 

Intramural Sports 1,2,3,": 
Big Show, Choir 2,3,4 
Knitting Club 2 
Varsity Basketball (Girls) I 
Service Club Treas. I 
National Honor Society 4 



Pavelko, Dove B. 

Movie Club 1,2 
Marching Band I 
Art Club 3,4 



Pavlicek, Nancy 

NANCE 

Student Council Rep, 4 
Survey Editorial Staff 3,4 

News Editor 4 
Future Teachers of Am, ^ 
Ad Club 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Dromotics Plays Prod 



1,3 



Cho 



GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 4 
Big Show Production 3 
Scrabble Club 3 



Peek, Sally 

Future Teachers of Am. 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Play Production Staff 4 

Concert Band 1,2,3,4 

Orchestro I 

GA Member 1,2,3,4 
Advisory Board 4 
Intramural Sports 1,2 

Big Show, Actor 2 
Musician 3 

Ballroom Dancing 2 

Singng for Fun 2 

Scrabble Club 3,4 




Perlioni, Carole 

PERLI 
Hall Guard 2 
Concession Worker 2 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Maiorette Club 2,3 
Megaphone Club 2 
Play Production Staff 
Play Student Director ; 
Girls' Glee Club 2,3 

Secretary 3 
GAA Member 



Big Sho 
Bridge 



Cho 



2,3 



Peters, Irene 

HOT ROD 

Friendship Club 2,3 

Maiorette Club 2 

Play Production Sfoff 3 

Ballroom Dancing 2 

Charm Club 4 

Home Nursing Club 2 

Scrapbook Club 3 



Petruzzi, Angela 



Student C. 

Hall Gu 

Copta 



cessK 



Worker 4 



Survey, Editorial Staff 3 
Home Room Rep. 3,4 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Maiorette Club 2,3 

Megaphone Club 2 

Dramotics, Actors 2 
Production Staff 

Girls' Glee Club 2,3 

GAA Member 1,2,3 

Intramural Sports 1,2,3 

Big Show, Choir 2 

Charm Club 4 

Dancing Club 1 

Games Club 2 

Pony Chorus 3 



Pignotoro, Rosemorie 

ROSIE 

Survey, Editoral Staff 3,4 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Movie Club 1 

Dramatics, Plays, Actors 2 
Production Staff 3 
Student Director 4 

Girls' Glee Club 4 

GAA Member 3,4 

Actor 2,3 



Script 4 



allr 



Dan 



ng 2 



Hearts Club 1 



Painting Club3 




Perusek, Frank 

FRANK 

Advonced Zoology 4 
Fisherman's Club 4 
Archery Club 3 



Peterson, Gerald 

PETE 

Hall Guard 4 
World Affairs Club 1 
Movie Club 1 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Football 1 
Basketball 1 
Track, Varsity Team 
Letterwinner 4 



Che 



Club 3 



olf Club 
Basketball Club 2 
Ping-Pong Club 4 



Phelps, Joy 

BIG JAY McNEALLY 
Euclidian, Business Staff 
Survey, H. R. Rep. 4 
Regents Hi-Y 3,4 
Boys' Glee Club 4 
Football, Varsity 3,4 

Letterwinner 4 
Track, Varsity Team 3,. 
Tennis, Varsity Tea 
Quarterback Club 4 
Varsity "E" Club 4 



3,4 



Pilotti, Kenneth 

KEN 



Baseball, Varsity Teoi 

JV Team 1,2 
Diamond Sports Club 2,3,4 
Spelling Club 2 
Baseball Club 2,3,4 
Photography Club 3 
Officials Club 4 



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3,4 



PIrehner, Otto W. 

PERCH 

Student Council, H, R. Repl 
Concession Worker 2,3 

World Affairs Club 2 

Swim Club 4 

Bovs' Lenders Club 4 

Swimming Team, Varsity 4 
JV Team 3 

Big Show Production 2,3,4 

Camera Club 3 

Square Dancing 2 

Gymnastics and Tumbling 4 

Scrabble Club 3 




Postnak, Gloria 



Rep. 
Staff 
of Am 



3,4 



Euclidian, H. R. 
Survey, Editorial 
Future Teachers 
Ad Club 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Swim Club 3,4 

Vice President 4 
Dramotics, Plays, Actor C 

Production Staff 3 
Thespians 4, Sec. 4 
Bond 1,2,3,4 

Concert Bond 1,2,3,4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

Advisory Board 4 
Big Show, Actor 2,3,4 
Ball Room Dancing 2 
Singing for Fun 2 
National Honor Society 4 



Hall Guard 4 
Lords Hi-Y 3,4 

Chaplain 4 
Choir 1 

Boys' Glee Clu 
Troclt, Varsity 

Manager 2 
Cross Country, 
Pinochle Club 
Games Club 3 
Round Table 2 
Field and Trac 
Ping-Pong 4 
Intri 



Lirals, 



Trcclc 
Basketball 2,3 
Volleyball 1 



Rabbil-t, Loys 

BUNNY 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Canasta Club 2 
Charm Club 4 
Service and Social Club 
Co-op 4 



Concession Worker 2,3 
Future Teachers of Am. 4 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Moiorette Club 2,3 
Play Stage Crew 2,3 
GAA Member 2 
Freshman Queen Attendant 1 
Big Show Actor 2 
Spelling Club 2 
Pony Chorus 3 
College Reading Club 4 
Production 



155 




PoMer, Patrick 


PAT 




Hall Guard 3 




Football, Varsi 


ty Tear 


JV Team 2 




Letterwinner 


1,2 


Basketball 1 




Baseball, Vars 


ity 1 ,4 


JV Team 2 




Browsing Club 


3 


Canasta Club 


4 


Bosebdll Club 


3,4 


Quarterback Club 2 



Powers, Donna 



Book Store Worker 2 
Honor Study Hall Sec 
Friendsho Club 2,3 

Production Staff 



Cho 



Girls' Glee Club 1 
GAA Member 1 
Intramural Sports 1, 
Big Show Script 2,4 
Art Club 1,3 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Charm Club 4 
Square Dancing 2 



Radatz, Mary Ann 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Canasta Club 4 
Hearts Club 2 
Scrabble Club 3 
Hockey Team 3 




Fritnclbhip Club 4 
GAA Member 3,4 
Att Club 4 
Ballroom Dancing 3 



Rebro, Shirley 

ORBER 

Plays, Produttion Stall 4 

Big Show, Produclion 2,3 

Y-Teen I 

Camero Club 3 

Drawing and PainHna C. 4 

Scale and Triangle Club '2 

Round Table 2 

Knitting Club 4 

Clinic Worker 2,3,4 

Hockey Team 3 



Reevo, Jeanne 

JEAN-BtAN 

Friendstiip Club 2 
Choir I 

Girls' Glee Club 3,4 
Big Show Choir 3 
Singing (or Fun 'I 
Music Appreciation 
Scrabble Club 4 



Replogic, Nancy 

CITIY 

Student Council 

Concession Worker 3,4 
Euclidian, H. R. Rep. 2,3,4 
Survey, Editorial Stotl 4 
Future Teachers of Am, 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Majorette Club ' 



Cho 



1,4 



GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 4 
Bia Show, Actor 3 

Choir 4 
Pinochle Club 3 
Euclidian Business Slolt ' 
Student Council, Guide ' 




Rauer, Jim 

National Forensic League 2 

Plays, Actor 1,2 

Orchestra 1,2,3,4 

Track, Varsity Teom 1,2 

Canasta Club 3,4 

Round Table 2 

Field and Track 2 

Trig and Slide Rule Club 3 



Rcdfern, Keith 

CRASH 

Book Store Worke 
Junior Red Cross 



Repasy, George 




STEVE 






Play, Product! 


an 


Staff 1 


Stage Crew 


1 




Chor 1,2 






Treasurer 2 






Boys' Leaders 


CIl 


b 1 


Football, Vors 


ty 


Teom 1 


JV Team 2 






Wrestling Var 


ity 


Team 1 


Truck Varsity 


Tc 


am 1 


Bridge Club 3 






Automobile CI 


ub 


2 


Gymnastics 8. 


Tu 


mblinq 1 


Weight-Litling 


C 


ub 1 



Ricci, Rita Jone 

RICKY 

Cabinet Men' 



Book Sto 



Worke 



Future Teachers of 
Friendship Club 4 
PA Announcers 2,3 
Cnoir 1 

Charm Club 3 
Round Table 2 
French Club 2 
Scrapbook Club 3 



Richert, Mary Beth 

Tronsfcrred 4 



Rogosch, Curtis 

CURT 

Holl Guard 3 

Survey, Editorial Stoft 3,4 

Home Room Rep, 2 
Notional Forensic 
World Atfoirs Club 1,2,3,4 
Movie Club I 
Ploys, Actors 2,3,4 

Production Stoff 
Thcspions 4 
Biq Show Actor 2 



3,-1 



Rosenthal, Stanley L. 

STAN 

Student Council, H, R. Rep, 

Ploy Actor 1 

SNotionol Athletic Scholo 

ship Society 3,4 
Boys' Leaders Club I 
Footboll, Varsity 1,2,3,4 

JV Team 2 
Cross Country 

Varsity Team 2,3,4 

Lctterwinncr 2,3 
Tennis, Varsity Tcom 3 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Golf Club 4 

Pre-med & Prc-dentol CI, 
Track Club 2 
Lcttcrmen's Club 3,4 



Rossington, Robert 





Rogel, Corel 



FutL 



Cher 



of An 



3,4 



Histo . 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Cabinet Member 4 
fjotionol Forensic Leogue 4 
tJational Honor Society 4 
V»orld Affairs Club 3,4 

Secretory 4 
Ploy Production Staff 4 
GAA Member 4 
Girls' Leaders Club I 
Drov/inq ond Painting Club2 
Service and Soctol Club 3 
Prince of Peoce 4 
Honor Study Hall 4 
N.H.S. 4 



Ronke, Albert C. 

BERT 

Class Cabinet Member 4 
Student Council H. R. Rep. 4 
Plays, Actors 4 
Thespians 4 
Concert Bond 1 ,2 
Biq Show Actor 2,3,4 
Pinochle Club 2 
Cribboqc Club 3 
Notional Honor Society 4 
N.H.S. 



Boys' Glee Club 1 
Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Footboll Varsity Tcom 1 

Letterwinner 1 
Track Varsity Team 1 
Art Club 1 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Square Doncinq 1 
Drawing & Painting Club 
Gomes Club 3 
Singinq for Fun 2 
Field and Track 2 
Outdoors Club 3 
Hearts Club 4 
Photography Club 1 
Modern Dance Club 4 



Rothrock, Lois 

SHORTY 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Biq Show 4 
Ballroom Dancing 3 




Roubicek, Joan 

Future Teachers of Am.; 
Junior Red Cross 2 
Friendship Club 2,4 
Girls' Glee Club 1 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 
Canasta Club 4 
Home Nursing Club 2 
Competitive Assemblies 



Runo, 


Marcia 


Conce; 


;sion Worker 3 


Eucuyo Editorial Board 


Future 


Teachers of Am. 


Junior 


Red Cross 3 


Friend: 


ship Club 3,4 


Megaphone Club 2 


Movie 


Club 3 


Choir 


1,2 


Girls' 


Glee Club 2 


GAA 1 


Member 3 


Big Sl- 


lOw Actor 2 


Knitting Club 3 



Sanders, Paf 



Futu 



Nu 



Big Show Actor 
Y-Teen 1 
Pony Chorus 2 
Knitting Club 4 
Friendship Club 
Service Club 3 
Big Show Produt 



Soter, Roy 






Swim Club 3 






Play Actors 2,3 






Track Letterwinne 


r 


1 


Wrestling Letterwi 


nn 


ler 1 


Big Show Actor 2 






Bollroom Dancing 


2 




Field and Track 3 






Archery Club 3 






Gymnastics & Turr 


ibl 


mg 4 




Rowe, Barbara 

BARB 

Student Council H. R. Rep. 3 
Concession Worker 2 
Survey, H. R. Rep. 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Combined Vice Pres. 4 
Chapter Sec.-Treas. 2 
Ploy Actor 1 
Choir 1,4 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 3,4 
Big Show Dancers 2,3,4 
Big Show Choir 4 
Pinochle Club 2 



Rutkasky, John 

JACK 



Sandy, Jerry 



Cribbage Club 3 



Schael, Carol 



Entered from Villa Angela 

in Junior Year. 
Class Cabinet Member 4 
Future Teachers of Am. 4 
Future Nurses of Am. 4 

Secretary 4 
Friendship Club 3,4 
Plays, Production Staff 4 
GAA Member 3,4 
Scrobble Club 3 
Dramatics Club 1,2 



Schaerfl, Darlene 



Euclidian Business Staff 3,4 
Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4 

Home Room Rep. 3,4 
N. F. L. 2,3 
Ad Club 4 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Audio Aids 2,3 
PA Technicians 2,3 
Ploys Production Staff 2,3 
GAA Member 2,3 
Intramural Sports 2,3 
G.L.C. 4 

Big Show Stage Crew 4 
Golf Club 3 
Service and Socol 1 ,3 
Scrobbic 2 



Schoen, Gene 

SHANE 

Concession Worker 2 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Mojorette Club 2,3,4 

Marching Majorette 3,4 

Letterwinner 4 
Intramurol Sports 2,3 
Big Show Actor 3,4 
Charm Club 4 
Music Apprcciotion 3 



Schulti, Edward 



Schwartz, Jeny 

Pinochle Club 



159 




Hall Guard 1,2,3,4 
Euclidean 2,3,4 

Asst. Circulation Mgr. 
Survey, Editorial Staff 4 

Home Room Rep. 3 
Key Club 2,3,4 

President 4 
ints Hi-Y 2,3,4 

President 4 

Secretary 3 

Treasurer 3 
Football Varsity Team I 
Basketball Varsity Team 3,4 

JV Team 2 
Track JV Te 

Varsity Team I 
Tennis Varsity Tear 

Letterwinner 3 
Round Toble 2 
Field and Track 2 
Basketball Club 1 
Movie Club 1 




Ser 



St 


udent 


Counc 


il Rep. 


2 


Baseball 


Vars 


ty Tear 


n 3,4 




JV Te 


am 2 








Letferwinne 


3,4 




CanostQ 


Club 


3,4 




D 


omond 


Spor 


ts Club 


2,3,4 


Baseball 


Club 


2,3,4 




5c 


rapboc 


k Ck 


b 2 





Sheridan, Joseph 

JOE 

Canosto Club 3,4 
Diamond Sports Club 
Spellina Club 2 
World Affoirs Club 3 



Shrimpton, Edwin 

NED 

Hall Guard 1 

Play Producton Staff I 

Staqe Crew 1 
Baseball Manager 3 
Art Club 2,3,4 
Camera Club 1 



Skrance, Martha 

Class Cabinet Member 2 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep, 3,4 
Concession Worker 2,3,4 
Euclidian H. R. Rep, 4 
Survey Editorial Staff 4 

Business Staff 4 
Future Nurses of Am. 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Cabinet Member 3 
Megaphone Club 



Cho 



1,2 



ris' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 2,3,4 
Big Show Actor 2,3 




Shawke, Jean 

Junior Red Cross 3 

Movie Ciub 4 

Big Show Stage Crew 2,3 

Chess Club 4 

Flower Club 2 

Embroidery Club 1 



Sherman, Ronald 

BOSCO 

Cross Country Manager 
Camera Club 2 
Hearts Club 4 
Pre-med & Pre-dcntal 3 



Sibenik, Frank 

DADDIO 

Track, Varsity Team 3 
Biology Club 2 
Field and Track 3 



Skully, Patricia 

PATTY 

Friendship Club 2,3 

Choir 1,2,3,4 

Big Show Choir 2,3,4 

Charm Club 4 

Home Nursing Club 2 

Red Cross Club 3 



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Smith, Barbara 

5MITTY 

Class Cabinet Member 4 
Concession Worker 
Survey Editorial Staff 3,4 
Friendship Club 2 
Play Actor 3 
Choir 1,2,3 

Modrigals 3 
Big Show Actor 2,3 

Choir 2,3 
Creative Writing 4 
Music Appreciation 3 
Woodworking Club ? 



Smolic, Louis F. 

LOUIE 

Advanced Zoology 
Pinochle Club 1 
Camera Club 2 
Chemistry Club 3 



Seeder, Eugene 

GENE 

Boys' Glee Club 4 
Wrestling Manager 4 
Track Varsity Team 3, 

JV Team 3 
Cross Country 

Varsity Team 3,4 

JV Team 3 
Camera Club 2 
Field and Track 3 
Photography Club 3 
Weight-Lifting Club I 
Indian Dance Group 4 



Southworth, Carolyn 

SHAW 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. I 

Concession Worker 2 
Friendship Club 4 
World Affairs Club 4 
Plays Stage Crew 1,2 
Choir 2,3,4 

Madrigals 4 

Octet 4 
GAA Member 4 

Letterwinner 4 
Gym Leader 2,3 



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Smith, Robert 



World Affairs Club 2,3 
Ballroom Dancing 4 
Sguore Dancing 2 



Snyder, Donna 

DE 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep, 1,2 
Notonal Honor Society ?/ 

Treasurer 4 
Future Teachers of Am, ^ 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Band, Marching 2,3,4 
Letterwinner 3,4 
Board of Directors 4 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Pit Band 3,4 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 3,4 
Big Show Musician 2,3,4 
Pony Chorus 2 



Solonics, Paul 

Wrestling Varsity Team 
Baseball Varsity 3,4 
Diamond Sports Club 2 
Basketball Club 2 
Chefs Club 4 
Archery Club 3 



Specht, Marguerite 

SPECKLES 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. ^- 
Future Nurses of Am. 4 
Friendship Club 3,4 
Play Production Staff I 
Charm Club 4 




Sprochi, Carol 

SPOKES 

Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4 

Home Room Rep. 4 
National Honor Society 3,4 
Future Teachers of Am. 4 
National Forensic Lg, 2,3,4 

Secretary 4 
Friendship Club 3 
World Affairs Club 3,4 
PA Announcers 3,4 
Ploys Actor 3 

Production Stofl 3,4 
Thespians 4 

Vice President 4 
Choir 2,3,4 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 4 
Big Show Actor 2 

Choir 2,3 

Script 2 
Singing for Fun 2 



Stampfel, Roberta 

BERTIE 



Ho 



Roon 



Mo 



Survey Editorial Staff 3,^ 
Home Room Rep 2 
Feature Editor 4 
Notiona Forensic L. 3,4 
Future Nurses of Am. 4 
National Quill & Scroii 4 

Secretary 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Megaphone Club 2,3,4 
National Honor Society 4 
Megaphone Club 
JV Cheerleader 2 
Varsity Cheerleader 4 
Ploys Actors 3,4 

Production Staff 1,2,4 
Thespians 4 
Cheerleader 
Choir 1,2,4 
GAA Member 2,3 
Homecoming Queen Alfc 
Big Show Choir 2,3,4 



Stoplefon, William 

BILL 
Pinochle Club 



lette 



ub 2 
Club 4 



Stewart, Robert 



H-Y 1,2 

Football Vorsity Team 5 

Letterwinner 3,4 

Manager 2,3,4 
Basketball JV Team 1, 
Wrestling JV Team 2 
Baseball JV Team 3,4 
Chess Club 3,4 
Canasta Club 2 
Diamond Sports Club 3 
Quarterback Club 2,3,4 




Squire, LeRoy 

LEE 

Student Council 
Home Room Rep. 

Football JV Team 
Letterwinner 



Stancavich, Elizabeth 

BETTY 

Friendship Club 3,4 
GAA Member 3 
Chorm Club 4 
Games Club 3 
Service and Sociol Club 3 
Entered from St. Patrick's 
High School 



Steinmetz, Judith, 

JUDY 

Hall Guard 3 
Ad Club 3,4 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Choir 1 

Singing for Fun 2 
Hearts Club 4 
Exercise and Sociol C 
Scrabble Club 3 



Stock, Shirley 

SHIRL 

GAA Member 4 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 
Bridge Club 4 



Stokes, Linda 

LIN 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
World Affairs Club 4 
Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4 
GAA Member 4 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Canasta Club 3 
Folk Dancing 2 



Sfopar, Sylvia 

SYL 

Friendship Club 2,3 
GAA Member 1,2,4 
Boilroom Dancing 2 
Hearts Club 4 
Service and Social C 



Strah, Richard 

RICH 

Pinochle Club 3,4 
Diamond Sports Club 2 
Basketball Club 2 
Weight-Lifting Club 1 



Stroberg, Edward 

EDDIE 

Regents Hi-Y 2,3 
Football 1,2 

JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 2 
Basketball JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 2 
Track Varsity Team 1,2,3 

Letterwinner 2,3,4 
Field and Track Club 2,3 
Basketball Club 4 





Stoner, Kathleen 

KATHY 

Euclidian Business Sfaff2,3,4 
Home Room Rep. 2,3,4 
Editorial Staff 4 

Survey Staff 4 
Accountant 4 

Eucuyo Publications Club 4 

Future Teochers of Am. 4 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Choir 1,2,3,4 

Girls' Glee Club 2 

Big Show 2,3,4 

Pinochle Club 3 

Dancing Club 1 

Pony Chorus 2 

Prom Committee 1 

Nationol Honor Society <t 



Stowe, Phyllis 

Friendship Club 3,4 
Movie Club 4 
Play Production Staff 4 
GAA Member 4 
Ballroom Dancing 3 
Travel Club 4 



Strekal, Edward 

STREK 

Movie Club 1,3,4 
Chess Club 2,4 
Camera Club 3 
Photogrophy Club 3 



Swain, Carol 

Class Cabinet Member 4 
Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2 
Future Nurses of Am. 4 
Friendship Club 3 
Moiorette Club 3 
Play Actor 1 

Production Staff 3 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 2,3,4 
Big Show Choir 3 
Drama Club 2 
Service and Social Club 




Sweeder, Diana 


SWEEDIE 




Class Cabinet 


Member 


Student Counc 


:il 


Home Room 


Rep. 1 


Concession 


Worker 


FiClidian Circt 


ilotion S 


National Honor Societ 


President 4 




Friendship CIl 


lb 2,3,4 


Future Teache 


rs of Ar 


Treasurer 4 




World Aftoirs 


Club 1 


Choir 1,2,3,4 




GAA Member 


3,4 


Advisory Be 


>ard 4 


Girls' Leaders 


Club 4 


Biq Show Cho 


ir 2,3,4 


Bridae Club 3 




Pinochle Club 


2 



Teeter, Arnold 

ARNIE 

rlov Actor 4 
Bridge Club 2 
Conosto Club 4 
Cnmera Club 2 
Archery Club 3 



Tentler, Dove 

Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Footboll Varsity Team 
JV Team 2 
Letterwinner 1,2 
Varsity Wrestling Teorr 
Varsity Track 2 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Quarterback Club 2,3 
Ping-Pong Club 4 
Weight-Lifting Club 3 



Thompson, Arthur 

ART 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. ■ 
Choir 2,3,4 

Choir Council 4 
Footboll I 
Wrestling I 
Golf 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 3,4 
Big Show 2,3,4 
Chess Club 3 
Golf Club 2 
Pinochle Club 4 




Taylor, Judy 



Friendship Club 
GAA Member 4 
Spelling Club 2 
Scrabble Club 4 



Telisman, John 

Ourvey Homer Room R( 
Chijir 1,2,3,4 

Madrigals 4 

Octet 4 

Boys' Glee Club 2,3 
Big Show Choir 2,3,4 
Dancing Club 1 
Indian Dance Group 



Theodoslan, Nick 

BIG NICK 

Marching Band 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 3 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Pit Band 2,3 
B,q Show Musician 2,; 
Chess Club 2,4 
Camera Club 2,3,4 



Thorpe, Richard 

Movie Club 1,2,3,4 

Ploy Actor 1 

Play Stage Crew 1,2,3 

Choir 2,3,4 

Boys' Glee Club 2,3 

Big Show Actor 1,2,3 

Choir 2,3,4 

Stage Crew 1 
Bollroom Dancing 1.2,3 
Canasta Club 3 
Drcma Club 1 
Fclk Dancing 2 
Printing Club I 



Toll, Pauline 

POLLY 

Student Council 

Concession Worker 2,3,4 
Survey Editorial Staff 4 

Home Room Rep. 4 
Future Teacl-iers of Am 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Majorette Club 3 
Dramatics, Ploy Actor 3,4 

Production Staff 2,3,4 
Choir 1,2,4 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 3,4 
Hockey 3,4 
Big Show Actor 2,3 

Choir 2,3,4 
Drama Club 2 
Pony Chorus 3 
Service and Social Club 1 
Nationol Honor Society 4 



Tomsic, Carol 

TOM I 

Concession Worker 2,3,4 
Survey 

Editorial Staff Member 
Friendship Club 2,3 
Megaphone Club 2 
Movie Club 2 
Girls' Glee Club 2 
GAA Member 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 1 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3 
Girls' Leaders Club 1 
Big Show Choir 2 
Singing for Fun 2 



Tolok, Roy 

PA Technicians 2,3,4 
Ploy Stage Crew 2,3,4 
Big Show Stage Crew 2, 
Chess Club 2 
Pinochle Club 3 



Turnbull, Barbara 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 2 
Megaphone Club 2,3 
Choir 1,2,3 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
Big Show Choir 2,3 
Canasta Club 4 
Square Dancing Club 3 
Gymnastics 8. Tumbling 1,2 




Ml \^/ 





To!woy, Dick 

Track Varsity Team 

Letterwinner 3 
Cross Country JV Te 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Cribbage Club 4 
Singing for Fun 2 
Field and Track 3 



Toplok, June 

Concession Worker 2 
Future Teachers of Am 2,3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
PA Technicians 2,3,4 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

Advisory Board 3,4 

Medal Winner 3 

Intramural Sports 1,2 3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 3,4 

Secretary 4 



Tucker, Joan 

TENNESSEE 
Eig Show Script 



Uiizza, Robert 

BOB 

Movie Club Member 4 
Hi-Y Club 1 
Ballroom Dancing 4 
Browsing Club 3 




Ulle, Ronald 

JIGER 

Pinochle Club 3 
Ping-Pong Club 4 
Photogrophv Club 3 



Vadakin, Willio 

BILL 



Volenti, Louis 

Ballrooin Dancjng 
Pinochle Club 4 
Dancing Club 1 
Music Apperciation 
Photography Club 



Verb, Jon 

CHIP 

Junior Red Cross 1 
Movie Club 2,3,4 

President 4 
Singing for Fun 2 
Printing Club 1 
Service and Social Club 
Archery Club 3 
Wild Life Displays 2,3 




Uronkor, Johonne 

JO 

Hall Guard 3 
Concession Worker 2,3 
Survey H. R. Rep. 3,4 

Business Staff 3 

Secretary 3 
Megaphone Club 2,3 
JV Cneerleader 1,2,3 

Co-Captain 2 
GAA Member 1,2 

Lefterwinner 1 

Intramural Sports 1,2 



Voigl, Charles 

CHUCK 



Verbsky, Henry 

HANK 
Class Cabinet Me 



cessic 



Worke 



Tiber 4 
3,4 
Marching Band 1,2,3,4 

Lefterwinner 4 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Pit Bond 2,3,4 
Pep Band 2,3,4 
Orchestra 1 
Pinochle Club 2 
Camera Club 3 
Big Show Mrsician 2,3,4 
Sports Club 1 



Verhotz, Janice 

JAN 
Friendship Club 2,3 



obble Club 3 



Vert, June 

Card Club 3 
Knitting Club 
Entered trom 



Walter, Judy 

Activities in formef sch 
Movie Operator 
Y-Teens Club 

Refreshment Choirmor 
Library Assistant 
Girls' League Rep. 
Teacher's Secretary 
Girls' League Sgt. at An 



Weaver, Mona 

ABEGAIL 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep. 3 

Book Store Worker I 

Captain 1 

Concession Worker 4 
National Honor Society ; 
Future Teachers of Am. 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Dramatics Actor t 

Production Staff 3 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 

Secretary 4 

Advisory Board 4 

Letterwinner I 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Girls' Leaders Club 3,4 
Big Show Choir 3 
Bridge Club 2 



Wendell, Marilyn 

WENDY 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3,4 

Picture Editor 4 
Eucuyo Publication Club 4 

Editorial Board 4 
National Honor Society 3,4 
Future Teachers of Am. 4 
National Forensic L'gue2,3,4 
Prince of Peace 4 
Notional Quill 8. Scroll 4 

Treasurer 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
PA Announcer 3,4 
Thespians 4 
Play Actor 1,3 
Marching Band 2,3,4 

Junior Officer 4 
Concert Bond 1,2,3,4 

Letterwinner 1 ,3 

Librarian 3,4 
Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4 
Cleveland Solo & Ensem- 
ble Contest 1,2,3,4 

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Vidmar, Williom 

BILL 

Bond 1,2,3,4 

Marching Band 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 4 

Board of Directors 1,4 

Concert Band 1,2,3,4 

Pit Bond 4 

Pep Band 4 
Swimming Team, Varsity 4 

JV Team 3 
Big Show Musician 2,3,4 
Biology Club 2 
Chefs Club 4 
Archery Club 3 
Scrabble Club 4 
Bond Captain 1 



Walters, Dolores Ann 



Friendship Club 3,4 
World Affairs Club 3 
Dramatics Actor 1 
Big Show Choir 3 

Stage Crew 2 
Bridge Club 4 
Conasta Club 3 
Drama Club 2 
Singing for Fun 1 
Scrapbook Club 3 



Welsh, Charles 

Survey Asst. Adv. Mgr 

Choir 

Madrigals 

Eoys' Glee Club 

Big Show Actor 

Choir 
Camera Club 



West, James 



JIM 



dI Fo 



Notii 

Squires Hi-Y 2,3,4 

Vice-President 2 

Secretary 3 
PA Announcers 4 
Ploy Actor 4 
Marching Band 2,3,4 

Letterwinner 
Concert Bond 2,3,4 
Pit Band 2,3,4 
Pep Band 3,4 
Orchestra 2,3,4 
Drama Club 1 
Biology Club 2 




White, Sharon 

SHARY 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Drowing - Painting Club 
Home Nursing Club 2 
Service and Social Club : 



Wills, Dorothy 

DOTTIE 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 



Cho 



3,4 



Madrigals 4 

Girls' Glee Club 2 

Big Show Musician 2,3 

Choir 2,3 
Charm Club 4 
Service and Social Club 3 
Chicklettes 3,4 



Wlodorski, Dolores 



Su 


rvey Busine 


■ss 


Stoff 4 




Fu 


iture Teachers 


ot Am. 


4 


National Forens 


c Lecjgue 


^3,4 


Ju 


nior Red Cr 


os^ 


, 2 




Fr 


lendship Ck 


Jb 


3,4 




Audio Aides 










PA Announ 


icei 


■s 4 




Dramatics 










Production 


St. 


3ft 3,4 




Tt 


lespians 4 








Gi 


ris- Glee Ch 


Jb 


2 




GAA Member 


4 






Dr 


awing and 


Po 


inling CI 


ub3 


Kr 


lifting Club 


4 







Woodford, Donald 



Hi-Y I 



nt I 



Regents 
Choir 4 

Football Varsity 
JV Team 2 
Letterwinner 4 
Quarterback Glut 
Basketball Club 
Boys Glee Club 




Williams, Suzanne 

SUE 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
GAA Member 3,4 
Charm Club 4 
Singing for Fun 2 
Hearts Club 3 



Wilson, Robert 



Wonderly, Elaine 



Euclidian H. R, Rep, 2,3,4 

Friendship Club 2,3 

Megaphone Club 2 

Choir I 

GAA Club 1,2,3 

Big Show 4 

Golf Club 3 

Service & Social Club 1 



Wuchte, Jonet 

HOYLE 

Survey Editor, al Staff 3,4 

News Editor 4 
Eucuyo Publications Club 4 

Editorial Board 4 
Nationol Quill arid Scroll 4 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
PA Technicians 2,3,4 

Board of Directors 3 

Treasurer 4 
Choir 4 

Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 1,2,3,4 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 
Big Show Choir 2,3,4 

Dancer 3 
Scrabble Club 3 

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Yotsko, Annamae 

ANNAMOO 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 

Choir 1 

Dancing Club I 

Drawing & Painting Club 4 

Melody Reviews I 



Zellers, Barbara 

ANNIE 

Transferred from Madi: 
in March, 1955 

Cabinet Member 4 

Friendship Club 4 

Megaphone Club 3 

Dramatics 4 

Play 4 

Thespians 4 

Choir 4 

Girls' Glee Club 3,4 

GAA Member 4 

Big Show Choir 3 

Lead in Fall Play, "An 
Get Your Gun" 



Zimmerman. Morlene 

ZIPPY 

Student Council 

Home Room Rep, 2,3 
Executive Bourd 3,4 
Concession Worker 2,3 

Euclidian 2,3 

Survey Home Room Rep 4 
Business Staff 4 
Circulation Manager 4 

Notional Honor Society 3,4 

Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Chapter Treasurer 3 
Cabinet Member 3 



Cho 



1,2 



GAA Member 2,3,4 

Intramurol Sports 2,3,4 
Girls Leaders Club 1 
Big Snow 2 
Pinochle Club 4 
Service Club 1 
Reading Club for College 4 

Golob, Leroy 

LEE 

Big Show Stage Crew 2 
Pinochle Club 3,4 
Games Club 2 



Moson, Arthur 

ART 

Boys' Leaders Club 1 
Football Varsity Team 1 

JV Team 2 

Numerals 2 
Baseboll Varsity Team 

JV Team 2 

Letterwinner 1 

Numerals 2 
Cribbage Club 3 
Boseball Club 2 





Zeiger, Pat 

Student Council 

Book Store Worker I 
Euclidian Business Staff 2,3 
Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Megaphone Club 2 
Production Staff 1,2 
Choir 1 

Girls' Glee Club 2,3 
G,AA Member 3,4 
Intramural Sports 1,3,4 



Zgonc, Rosemary 

Entered from John Hay '54 
Cribbage CL.b 3,4 



Zust, Judith 

Class Cabinet Member : 
Concession Worker 3,4 
Survey Edforial Staff 4 
Publications Club 4 

Editor 4 
Future Teachers of Am. 
Notional Quill & Scroll 4 
Friendship Club 2,4 
Ploy Production Staff 3,4 



3,4 



Cho 



1,2 



^bl 


■ 




Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4 
Big Show Actor 2 

Choir 2,3,4 
Ballroom Dancing 2 
Y-Teens 1 
Scrabble Club 3 


Kane, James 


Korol, Robert 


Kern, Roy 


Student Council H. R. Rep 3 

Hall Guard Captain 4 

Swim Club 3 

Basketball 1 

Swim Varsity Team 2,3,4 

Baseball 1 

Advanced Zoology 4 

Card Club 1 

Games Club 2 

Gymnastics & Tumbling 1 


BOB 

Swimming Team 
Varsity 1,2 W.R.A. 

Entered from Western Re- 
serve University in Junior 
year. 


Golf Club 2 

■* Certificate for Algebra 

in 9th Grade. 
* Letter for Sports in 9th 

Grade. 


Racine, Flo 


Stadler, Roy 




Friendship Club 4 
Swim Club 3 
Girls' Glee Club 3 
GAA Member 1,4 
Round Table 3 


Al 

Mc 


RAY 

.tomobile Club 2 
:>dern Dance Club 1 





We wish to express our most sincere "Thanl< You" to the following people who have 
helped us with the 1956 Euclidian. 



Dr. W Fordyce . . Superintendent of Schools ... for providing ls with all the 
wonderful facilities for publishing this yearbook. 

Mr. C. Owens . . . Euclid Principal . . . For working with us to solve our many prob'ems. 

Mr. M Boumcr . . Euclid Vice-Principal . . . For helping us keep our picture schedules 
running smoothly. 

Mrs. H. Sheats and Mr. B. Groham . . . Euclid Deons . . . For being so understanding 
about the STAFF ABSENCE from classes. 

Mr. Bennet and Mr. C. George . . . Business Sponsers . . . For their stjff for provid- 
ing the necessary budget with which we worked. 

Mr. R. Seitz and Mr. R. Libengood . . . Clevelond Engrovin^ Co. . . . For advising 
the best set-up of our dummy end for doing our engraving. 

Mr. R. Hammill . . . Mueller Art Cover Co. . . . For Helping us design our cover. 

hAr. H. Hurst . . . Painesville Publishing Co. . . . For helping us choose our printing 
style and for printing our book. 

Mr. M. Levine, Mr. Wm. Rainen and Mr. J. Gongos . . . Raimor Stuidos . . . For doing 
on outstanding job on our Senior pictures. 

Mr. F. Vollmon . . . Art Instructor ... For helping the staff artists v/ith all the 
ort work. 

Mr. D. McGinley . . . Comera Club . . . For taking our pictures and then patiently 
mjking the many reprints. 

Mr. G, Pillot . . . Sponsor . . . For being so much fun, so patient, and for putting 
up wilh our mony goofs. 




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Best Wishes 

j Euclid Lodge No. 597 
Loyal Order of Moose 

i The Family Fraternity 

"Man's greatest good is 
found in service to his 
fellow man." 

ZAGAR TOOL, Inc. 

SPECIAL MACHINERY 

Standard & Special 

Hydraulic 
Drilling Machines 

I Acoustical Tile Drilling Machinery 
; and Special Tooling 
I Collet Fixtures — Holding & 
; Indexing — Multiple Drill Heads 
i Small Parts Broaching Machines 

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RE. 1-0500 


Compliments of i 

Fraternal Order 
of Police 

Euclid Lodge No. 18 

Euclid, Ohio j 

Compliments of : 
Mr. Nelson's Senior Homeroom 118 ■ 

Tony Laddis Don Woodford ■ 
Dove Schmitz Marge Brickner * 
George Schroedcr Hazel Doubenmire ■ 
Ed Schultz Lynn Kotz ; 
Erick Schuiz Grefchen Kieblcr ■ 
Paul Schwezler Elaine Roth ; 
Paul Serro Gene Schoen • 
Joe Sheridan Jean Shawke " 
Ronald Sherman Martha Skronce • 
Edwin Schrimpton Pat Skully ; 
Frank Sibenik Barbara Smith ■ 
Robert Smith Donna Snyder I 
Ray Stadler Carol Sprochi ■ 
Bob Stewart Roberta Stomptel J 
Dick Tolway Joan Tucker ■ 


Compliments of j 
Senior Homeroom 208 | 

Irene Galliger Marion Kling * 
Judie Holler John Kocjon . 
Delores Horvath Bert Kollar • 
Virginia Howard Jean Konyha . 
Gloria Hurka Annelie Kopf • 
Judith Jablon Richard Kordo , 
Judy Jesberger Beverly Korencic ■ 
Judy Judice Bob Kosher '. 
Burton Judson Dovid Kotnik ■ 
Esther Kosunic Gerald Koucky : 
Jerry Keck Joyce Kovic ■ 
Janet Keller Sue Krautberger ; 
Jonet Kent Tom Kuehn 
Roy Kern Rose Marie Long ' 
Patricia Kernz Paul Solanics ■ 
John King Rosemary Zgonc I 
Evelyn Kline • 



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The Student Council at Euclid consists of an Executive Board of fifteen 
students who ran for Student Council offices the previous spring and who 
are in charge of some school function; and one representative from each 
homeroom elected by his classmates. 



President of this year's Student Council was Jim Monnett while the 
offices of Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer were held by Maureen 
Dolan, Elsie Hassink, and Tony Gregorc respectively. Members of the 
Executive Board and their jobs were: Maureen Dolan, assemblies; Sandy 
Patmore and Bev Korencic, Concessions; Dave Gravell, hall guards; Fred 
Bowles, recreation room; Guy Donahue, cafeteria; John Bock, parliamen- 
tarian; Ed Eckert, popcorn machine; Bob Cramer, social; Dave Heck, lost 
and found; Marleen Zimmerman, suggestion box; Judy Kronenberger, home- 
coming; and Elsie Hassink, magazine drive. 




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MEN'S SHOP 

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For Young Men's 

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THE KIWANIS CLUB OF EUCLID 

Extends Its 
Congratulations 

To Graduating Members 
of the 

Key Club 

And to Other Members of the 
Class of 1956 



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Best Wishes 
To the Class of 1956 

i From the following Patrons: 

; Dr. Lloyd N. Hollander 

1 Dr V. L. Ramanauskas 

I Dr. Theodore R. Havel ■ 

: Dr. C. W. Rotter : 

; Dr. John Hrisko ; 

1 Dr. J. F. Morabito 1 

1 Dr. E. B. Beery ■ 

1 Dr. J. L. Whitaker : 

; Frank G. Gornik, Attorney 

: Dr. A. J. Blaskevica : 

■ Dr. J. L. O'Donneli ■ 

! Dr. & Mrs. Filmore Schiller 

; Dr. Elwood Sawitke ■ 

! Dr. William Schiffman 1 

; Dr. C. T. Downer ; 

1 Dr. Herbert P. Janke j 

1 Dr. Howard A. Nelson, Jr. j 

: Dr. F. Deutsch 


BEST WISHES j 
To the Class of 1956 1 

"Air and High Cycle Electric | 
Portable Tools" ; 


Compliments of > 

Miss Aingworth's Junior Homeroom j 

210 j 


Compliments of j 
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See Us First for ; 
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in 

Engineering 

Worthwhile 

IDEAS 

to 

Constructive 

Plans 

to 

Energetic & 

Efficient 

Execution 



We at E. Hofmann Engineering Co. and E. Hofmann, Inc. 

Extend our Congratulations to Your Achievement and Our Best Wishes 
For Your Future Success and Contentment 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1956 



The Euclid High Boosters Club 



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MACHINE CO. 

BEST WISHES 

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EUCLID 17, OHIO 



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We Operate Our Own Plant 



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STUDIOS 

750 East 185th Street 
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: from j 

The 

State Chemical 

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i Representative 


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Consultation ■ 

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; Hand and Power Tools 
; Fishing Tackle 
I Plumbing & Electric Supplies 
1 Housewares - Appliances 
I Scott's Lawn Core Products 

1 68587 East 200th Street 
i IVanhoe 1-8448 


KEnmore 1-5030 i 

THE EUCLID HOMES 
COMPANY 

BUILDERS ; 

960 East 185th Street j 
Cleveland 19, Ohio [ 


WM. H. TOWN 

j REALTOR 

: Specializing in Homes in Euclid 
I And Northeast Cleveland 
: Member of Cleveland Real Estate 
■ Board 

: 1564 Chardon Rd. (Near Euclid Ave.) 
: IV, 1-5770 


BEST WISHES 1 

To the Class of 1956 j 

Compliments of ; 
THE 

NORM - D. MEN'S SHOP 

Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday ; 
Till 9 P.M. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



To the Graduates of 1956 



WILDWOOD FLORAL 



& GIFT SHOP 



20020 Lake Shore Blvd. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS CO. 



20850 St. Clair Avenue 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
To the Graduates of 1956 

OLIVER CORP. 

19300 Euclid Avenue 



CONGRATULATIONS 
To the Graduates of 1956 

WHYTE CHEVROLET COMPANY 

243 East 185th Street 



188 



To All the Members of the Graduating Class of 
EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL 

CONGRATULATIONS 

And Our Heartfelt Good Wishes 

For Every Possible Success in Your Future 

Careers and Private Lives As Well 

Compliments of 

ADDRESSOGRAPH - MULTIGRAPH 
CORPORATION 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF A FRIEND 



189 



CHANDLER 

PRECISION 

CAPSCREWS 

i Produced to your exact 
i specifications from high 
1 carbon, alloy and 
i stainless steels. 

Chandler 
Products Corp. 

j 1491 Chardon Road 

■ Cleveland 17, Ohio 


GOOD LUCK, 

Graduates 

Of 1956 

V. Demshar & Sons 

22034 Lake Shore Blvd. j 


D. and D. Clothing 

1 Made to Order Suits 
i Pants and Topcoats 

; Specializing in 

i Tailor Made Drape Pants 

; Ready Made Suits 

M. ORNSTEIN 

1 Mulberry 1-0116 
i 762 East 152nd St. 
i Cleveland 10, Ohio 


Compliments of ■ 

CHESTERFIELD 
STEEL SERVICE CO. 

1220 East 222nd Street j 


Compliments of ; 

BILL'S CLOTHES 

15119 St. Clair Ave. j 



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Our Plant in Euclid 



EUCLID RACE 
DAIRY PRODUCTS 

Serving All of Euclid 

With the Finest Dairy 

Products in the Country 

HOME DELIVERIES 
For Your Convenience 

IVanhoe 1-4700 
Famous for Ice Creams 

503 E. 200th Street 



LOMBARDO 
REALTY 

1 REALTOR 

j 24481 Lakeland Blvd. 
i Euclid 23, Ohio 

i REdwood 1-5010 


EUCLID YMCA 

Sponsors of ! 
Hl-Y CHAPTERS j 

• SQUIRES i 

• REGENTS ! 

• NOBLES : 

• LORDS i 
® BISHOPS 1 

HI-Y PURPOSE j 

"To Create, Maintain and Extend j 
throughout the Home, School, and ■ 
Community High Standards of : 
Christian Character." • 



1 Compliments 

! SKY - WAY 

MACHINE PRODUCTS 
: COMPANY 

j 21730 St. Clair Ave. 
• Cleveland 1 7, Ohio 


1 Compliments of 1 

KNUTH j 
GREENHOUSE j 

; 2160) Euclid Ave. ; 


; Compliments of 

NELMOR 

i 26420 Lakeland Blvd. 


HERB FITZGERALD 

1 Repairs on Radio ard T.V. ; 
RECORD PLAYERS j 

i 635 E 185th Street j 
i KEnmore 1-1313 j 


j FRANK BRIGANTI & SON 
i BARBER SHOP 

': 559 East 185th St. 

I THREE BARBERS TO SERVE YOU 

■ Our Specialty 

I WOMEN AND CHILDREN 


For the Finest in Quality Jewelry I 

WOLKOV JEWELERS j 

Keesake and Artcarved Diamond I 
Rings 1 

All Nationally Advertised Watches j 

707 East 185th Street i 
IVanhoe 1-4888 ■ 


: Diamonds - Watches - Giftware 

ALVIN JEWELERS 

■ Budget Accounts Invited 

1 Never Any Carrying Charge 
1 or Interest 

: TWO STORES 

■ 690 East 185th Street 
• 5633 Broadway 


Hat-t-endorf- 
Bliss, Inc. 



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1 Best Wishes from 

STERN'S 
J MEN'S WEAR 

i 715 East 185th St. KEnmore 1-2640 

i Complete Line of White Tuxedo 
; Coats for Rent 


Compliments of ■ 

JAMES A. FLETCHER 

REALTOR i 

Wickliffe 3-4300 j 
32341 Vine St. Willowick, Ohio j 


; Compliments of 

j JET DIE AND 
DEVELOPMENT CO. 

i 25020 Lakeland Blvd. 
i Cleveland 23, Ohio 
1 REdwood 1-3720 


NORTHEAST 
APPLIANCE & 
FURNITURE j 

Sporting Goods, Sales & Service ■ 

22530 Lake Shore Blvd. j 

REdwood 1-2303 j 

Open 9-9 ■ 


MILLER - STONE 

i EUCLID'S OLDEST JEWELERS 

1 REdwood 1-0155 
1 22570 Lake Shore Blvd. 


EUCLID MOTOR PARTS i 
& REBUILDING 

24331 Lakeland Blvd. j 
Euclid 23, Ohio j 
REdwood 2-8686 ! 

EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTORS j 
SALES - SERVICE - PARTS j 


; Compliments of 

ACTIVITIES PRESS, INC. 
PRINTING 

\ 22700 Shore Center Ave, 
■ Euclid, Ohio 
j RE. 1-2500 


Whiteway Stamping 
Company 



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SMITH'S 
RESTAURANT 

: Open Daily 7:00 A.M. to 2:30 A.M. 
: Sundays Till 1:00 A.M. 

■ Completely Air Conditioned 

THE BEST IN FOODS 

: Private Rooms Available for 
I Weddings, Parties, Etc. 

■ Complete Take-Home Service 

j RE. 1-2787 RE. 1-4477 

: Celebrating 25 Years of Satisfying 

■ Service 

: "Luxurious Cocktail Lounge" 


Compliments of j 

RADIX 
WIRE CO. 

26260 Lakeland Blvd. j 


i Compliments of 

Ackerman Plastic 
Molding Div. 

1 i^ \ 

Consolidat-ed 
Iron -Steel Mfg. Co. 


THE PERFECT SPOT FOR j 

Parties, Dances And j 
Delicious Dinners i 

The Beautifully i 
Decorated j 

PATIO ROOM 
Of the Tasty Shop 

22350 Lake Shore Boulevard j 
Phone REdwood 1-1800 j 

FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION j 



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j WHERE GOOD 

1 HUNTING AND FISHING 

j BEGINS 

EUCLID TACKLE 

AND 
SPORTS SUPPLY 

i Hunting - Fishing - Archery 
i Eguipment 

j 564 East 200th St. 
j IV. 6-0566 


EUCLID 

NEWS 

JOURNAL 


j BEST WISHES 
1 From 

FOREST CITY 
MATERIALS CO. 

i Cleveland's 

j Largest Lumbermen 

1 ^ ^ 
1 17903 St. Clair Ave. '\ 


Compliments j 

WEAN EQUIPMENT j 
CORPORATION 

22800 Lakeland Boulevard j 
Euclid, Ohio j 



195 



AMERICA 

1 Its foundation 
1 is in youth, 
1 Its salvation 
1 is in God. 

The Cont-inental 
Products Co. 

1 Euclid 17, Ohio 

; Mnjiiifarfurtrs of Paints, Varnishes. 
I Protc( five Coatings. Boiler Treat ments 
' and Allied Produets in 
\ En el id Siiiee lUl 1] 


CONGRATULATIONS j 

The Geometric 
Stamping Company 

(A Subsidiary of Barium Steel Corp.) • 

1111 East 200th Street : 
Euclid, Ohio j 


\ Puro Maintenance 
Cleaners 

1 • Puro Crystal Cleaner 

! • Puro Detergents 

1 • Puro Grease Solvent 

! • Puro Dishwoshing Compound 

I • Puro Glass Cleaner 

I for cleaning all types floors, painted 

! walls and general cleaning. 

: • Puro Deodorant, Blockettes & Crystols 

; • Puro Disinfectants 

I • Puro Sweeprite Compound 

: • Puro Liquid Wax Self-Drying & Polishing 

I • Puro Liquid Floor Cleaner 

I Pine and Sassafras 

! • Puro Soap Powders 

I • Puro Soap — liquid, oil, hord green, 

1 mechanic's 

1 • Puro Liquid & Powder Soap Dispensers 

1 of Hand Soop 

1 • Puro Alkaline Boiler Compound (powder) 

1 • Wax Applicotors 

: • Puro Oil-Sorb 

Z • Powdered Synthetic Soaps 

Puro Chemicals, Inc. 

; 1643 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 


; Compliments of 1 

LOYAL E. LUIKART 

18609 St. Clair Ave. ; 


BOULEVARD 
TV & RADIO SERVICE 

906 East 222nd Street j 
Euclid 23, Ohio j 
REdwood 1-7863 i 



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1 Compliments of 

GOLLER BODY, INC. 

i 24180 Lakeland Blvd. 


CLIFFEL BAKERY 

22030 Lake Shore 704 E. 185th j 
RE. 1-4747 KE. 1-0650 j 


; Compliments of 

EUCLID KEY CLUB 


Compliments of ; 

HOMEROOM 109 


; Compliments of : 

THE 

i 553 East 185th Street ; 
1 iV. 1-7073 ; 


CONGRATULATIONS j 
Graduating Class of 1956 | 

ALBERS AND NICOL 

PET & SEED i 
SUPPLY CO. j 

542 East 185th Street j 
IV. 1-0254 j 


ANCHOR RUBBER 
I PRODUCTS, INC. 

; 1 725 London Road 
i Cleveland 12, Ohio 


Compliments of ■ 

CLARK'S 
FOOD STORE 



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j CONGRATULATIONS 
i Class of 1956 

EISLER & SON 

1 Gas - Oil - Grease 
I General Auto Repairing 

j 510 E. 200th St. 
1 KE. 1-9707 


Compliments of j 

THE HAMANN 

CONSTRUCTION 

COMPANY 

25020 Lakeland Blvd. j 

QUALITY FIRST \ 

■ AND j 

FIRST IN QUALITY \ 


I "Congratulations to the 
j GRADUATES" 

j DELLA E. JAKUBS 
I & SON 

■ FUNERAL HOMES 

j • 936 E. 185th St. KEnmore 1-7770 

i • 6621 Euclid Ave. EN. 1-1763 


Compliments of ; 


— ^-^^Lyi 

• Shoregate Shopping Center : 

• E. 185th Shopping Center : 


■ Compliments of | 

DIAMOND'S EASTGATE 

• Styles for Men and Boys j 
: EASTGATE PLAZA j 
1 SOM Center at Mayfield j 
i HI. 2-6650 j 


COMPLIMENTS OF j 

EUCLID DIVISION 

GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION ■ 

MANUFACTURERS OF ! 

HEAVY-DUTY OFF-THE-HIGHWAY ! 

EARTH-MOVING EQUIPMENT j 

1361 Chardon Road, Cleveland 1 7, 0. j 



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GRDINA HARDWARE 

"You Can Get It At Grdina's" 

Euclid's Largest and Most 
Complete Hardware Store 

Power Tools For Rent In Our 
"Do It Yourself" Department 



WE DELIVER 

22336 Loke Shore Blvd. RE 



-0403 



i Compliments of 


MARTIN'S 
DAIRY BAR 


1 KNIFIC & KNIFIC 

i Offering Complete 
j INSURANCE and 


Euclid Ave. at E. 204th St. j 
MILK SHAKES, MALTS j 
SUNDAES AND CONES j 


1 REAL ESTATE 
j SERVICES 




MELDEN'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE j 


i 820 East 185th St. 


"On the Street of Greater Values" ; 


i Cleveland 19, Ohio 


696 East 1 85th Street ; 


j IV. 1-7540 


IT'S OUR 30th YEAR ■ 

SERVING EUCLID AND j 

NORTHEAST CLEVELAND ■ 



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PRECISION OPTICAL DISPENSING 
COMPANY 

L. V. PROHASKA 

Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Filled 
Binoculars and Field Glasses 

Opera and Sport Glasses 

Barometers and Baroguides 

Thermometers and Humidiguides 

Magnifiers and Compasses 

22580 LAKE SHORE BLVD. ■ RE. 1-5779 

In Lake Theatre Bldg. 

Other Locations 

9915 Euclid Avenue CE. 1-4961 

3550 Warrensville Center Rd. SK. 1-0112 



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COURTESY OF 
EUCLID'S FINEST 


j MILLER JEWELERS 

i 768 East 185th Street 
1 Cleveland 19, Ohio 

i DIAMONDS - WATCHES 
: RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 

1 James F. Miller KEnmore 1-0225 


RISHER j 
AND COMPANY 

: 25030 Lakeland Blvd. j 
GENERAL MACHINE WORK j 


1 MILES AUTO i 
j STORES 

i 669 East 185th Street i 
! KEnmore 1-3200 

: For Driving Smiles, : 
: Shop at Miles ; 


NATIONAL 

AUTO PARTS 

& WRECKING CO. 

17615 St. Clair Ave. j 

IV. 1-4444 : 

Phone T'a- For Your Auto Parts : 

Xeeds. : 

WE DELIVER \ 



201 



Latest Styles and Fashions From New York 

Shell Sisters 
Specialty Shoppe 

606 East 185th St. 







: SHOREGATE DELICATESSEN 
: AND RESTAURANT 

■ SHOREGATE SHOPPING CENTER ; 
1 Hot Corned Beef __ BBQ Ribs ; 
i Open till 3;00 A.M. Daily & Sunday 


Compliments of ; 

A FRIEND 1 


1 Good Luck From 

EUCLID MEDICAL 
! PRESCRIPTION LAB 

I 21801 Lake Shore Blvd. 


ELLIS AND LESSER 

YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER ■ 
719 East 185t.h Street KE. 1-7444 j 


I Compliments of 

EAST 200th ST. RESTAURANT 

: 381 E. £00th Street Phone KE. 1-9784 
1 Euclid, Ohio 


Compliments of '. 

WICKLIFFE MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR 

29013 Euclid Ave. WI. 3-0250 ; 
Wickliffe, Ohio ; 


■ Compliments of 

: HOMEROOM 116 


BERGER'S WALLPAPER, PAINT j 
& LINOLEUM CO. 

i 805 E. 185th St. IV. 1-6250 : 
1 6919 Superior HE. 1-3659 ; 



202 




Row I (I. to r.); P. Mclntyre, K. Mclnfyre, father is Roy Mclntvr.- 
father is Norberf Henfling — Axle Div.; B. Bohinc, father is Ju 

Row 2: J, Koian, father is John Kojan — Axle Div.; D. Pintar, father 
ing Div.; P. Poolucci, father is Gus Paolucci — Axle Div.; L. Squ 
Axle Div. 

Row 3: O. Werfenberger, father is Willard Wertenberger — Axle Div.; 
William Fletcher — Axle Div.; F. Cesnik, father is Charles Cesnik — Axl 



A,,e Div.; 8. Henfling, 
ii B>jhinc — Axle Div. 
Ludwig Pintar — Stamp- 
father IS Jack Squire — 



Eat-on 

Manufacturing 

Company 

GENERAL OFFICES: 
Cleveland, Ohio 

PLANTS 

CLEVELAND MASSILLON MARION 

TOLEDO DETROIT SAGINAW VASSAR 

BATTLE CREEK MARSHALL LAWTON 

COLDWATER LACKAWANNA 

NORTH TONAWANDA KENOSHA 

RICHMOND, INDIANA 

LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA 



K, Fletcher, father 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



FRANK A. THOMAS & ASSOCIATES 



CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS 



EUCLID, OHIO 



203 



YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 


i Offer Their Congratulations and Best Wishes i 


i To the Graduating Class of 1956 i 


i Kenneth J. Sims 


. .Mayor j 


: Paul H. Torbet 


. . Law Director • 


: William A. Abbott . . . 


. . Director of Finance ! 


j Michael A. Spino 


. . Administrative Director i 


: William A. McMaster . 


. . Executive Assistant to Mayor j 


: William F. Burns 


. . Judge of Municipal Court i 


i Harry J. Knuth 


. . President of Council ■ 


: Ralph V. Hill 


. .Councilman, 1st Ward ■ 


i Anthony J. Lang 


. . Councilman, 2nd Ward ! 


j Max Gerl 


. .Councilman, 3rd Ward ■ 


: Helge V. Erickson .... 


. . Councilman, 4th Ward i 


i Hugo H. Lux 


. . Councilman - at - Large i 


: Frank A. Welling 


. . Councilman - at - Large i 


1 Charles W. Wade 


. . Councilman - at - Large ! 


: Anthony Sustarsic .... 


. . Councilman - at - Large i 


: Ernest C. Peters 


. . Chief of Police ■ 


: Robert Gill 


. . Chief of Fire Department [ 


: J. Vincent O'Connor . . 


. . Clerk of Council i 


: LeRoy Williams 


. . City Engineer ■ 


! Clyde Woodmansee . . 


. . Building Commissioner ! 


: Robert B. Henn 


. Park Superintendent 1 


: Walter Nason 


. .Service Director ■ 





204 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FULTON, KRINSKY Cr 
DELA MOTTE 



205 



^CH^^n^edcUCo^t^ cutd Sc^tcenc (^occC %V4^e4 



frenme^ 



"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME" 

720 E. 152nd St. UL. 1 - 2525 

• Furniture 

• Carpeting 

• Appliances 



CONSULT PERME'S FOR DECORATING AND FURNISHING PROBLEMS 



Compliments of the 
Following Senior Girls 

Mary Ann Radatz 
Shirley Rebro 
Pat Kernz 
Laura Lain 
Carol Benard 
Judy Estvander 
Darlene Mercuric 
Carol Moore 
Delores Gadberry 
Nancy Corbett 
Pat Ferguson 
Sandy Gray 
Shirley Gebe 
Carol Langlois 
Wilma Benedetto 
Mary Ann Payerchin 



Stone Cutting & 
Carying 

Sandstone For Platforms, 

Sills, Steps, Fireplaces, 

Landscaping, Etc. 

Fireplace Stone Cut to 
Order - Easy to Install 

Free City-Wide Delivery 
Free Estimates 

ST. CLAIR 
CUT STONE, INC. 

19507 St. Clair Ave. 
IVanhoe 1-2442 



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GOOD WISHES FROM 

THE AUTO • DIESEL 
PISTON RING CO., Inc. 

3145 Superior Avenue SUperior 1-1737 

Cleveland 14, Ohio 



207 




LAKE 
FURNITURE, INC. 

for the finest in 

Furniture, Appliances, T"^ 

and Rugs 



855 E. 222 St. 



Stan Erzen 



RE. 2-761 



Chas. Bas 



^ 


NEW 1^ MODERN ! 


i with i 


^ COMFORTABLE i^ \ 


COMPLIMENTS 


GATE -WAY 


1 to the 


MOTEL 


1 EUCLIDIAN 




I from an 


29865 Euclid Ave. j 
Wickliffe, Ohio j 


1 INDUSTRIAL 


Phone: WI. 3-5264 | 


I FRIEND 


AAA Approved - T. V. 


i ^ 


Tile Baths - Carpeted i 



208 




FOR QUALITY 

PRICE AND STYLE 

shop at 

FALL'S TOWN 
fir COUNTRY 

22822 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Compliments of 

General Electric 
Company 

Lamp Wire and 

Phosphors Department 

Cleveland Wire Plant 

1331 Chardon Road 



Compliments of 

LAKE SHORE 
MACHINE CO. 

1340 E. 222nd St. 



Euclid, Ohio 



Matko Painting and 
Decorat-ing Co. 

i 741 E. 232nd St. j 

i FINE RESIDENTIAL 

: PAINTING AND DECORATING 

: INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR 

; Latest Sanitas and Wallpaper 

■ Samples Available 

; Competent Union Mechanics 

1 To Serve You 

; Complete Insurance Coverage 

J Estimates Cheerfully Given 

: RUDOLPH J. MATKO RE. 1-6453 


The 1 

Richmond Square 
Barber Shop 

is now open j 

EXPERT BARBERS j 

New Modern : 
Sanitary Equipment \ 

Children Are Our Specialty ; 

Open 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. j 
Every Day for Your Convenience ; 

UNION SHOP j 
Plenty of Free Parking j 


1 HAIR CUTTING 

ALAN 
BEAUTY SALON 

1 Northeast Community 
1 Beauty Center 

1 629 E. 1 85th Street 

j IV. 1-7553 i 

i No Appointment Necessary 


Compliments of i 

THE AMERICAN 
STAMPING CO. 

26650 Lakeland Blvd. j 
REdwood 1-9333 j 



GOOD LUCK! 

'ptofu (facet c^tdu^t^Uai ^tec^A&<n 

TAPCO PLANT 

THOMPSON PRODUCTS, Inc. 

23555 Euclid Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 

Providing Opportunities in Aircraft, Automotive, Electronic, Atomic and 
Industrial Component Development and Manufacturing 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
SIMS BROS. BUICK, Inc. 

18781 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 

IVanhoe 6-0600 



GARCO MACHINERY, Inc. 




1 " Cleveland 17, Ohio j 


1 ^ 1 


1 TOOLS FOR INDUSTRY i 


1 MACHINE TOOL DISTRIBUTOR 1 


1 Phone: KEnmore 1-9120 j 




i Compliments of i 


Compliments 
Of a Friend 


THE DILLE ROAD 
LUMBER COMPANY j 



2)2 



i Compliments of 

Mr. Grear's 
Homeroom 

j Class of '57 


Insure With i 

Matt F. Intihor 

Complete Insurance i 
Service i 

630 E. 222nd St. 
REdwood 1-6888 
Euclid 23, Ohio 


1 EUCLID'S FIRST 
1 Automatic Car Wash 

LAKE SHORE 
AUTO WASH 

j 22701 Shore Center Dr. 


CONGRATULATIONS 1 
GRADUATES! \ 

Commencement is the start of a new 1 
phase of living. The future has prom- ; 
ise for those with the right desires and 1 
the will to accomplish. ; 

May this be a perpetual ; 

challenge to you! ! 

Sincerely yours ; 

KERR • LAKESIDE 
INDUSTRIES, Inc. 

Manufacturers of ! 

SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 1 

LARGE CAP SCREWS - SET SCREWS ! 

SOCKET HEAD PRODUCTS 1 

21850 St. Clair Ave. 1 
Euclid 17, Ohio 1 
KEnmore 1-8380 ! 



BEST WISHES FROM 

Page Realf-y Co. 

& 

Page insurance 

Agency 

REALTORS 

1 Member of 

i North East Multiple 

i Listing Service 

j 455 E. 200th St. KE. 1-1030 


SOLON 
DRUG STORES 

^ 1 

21860 Lake Shore Blvd. j 

21051 Euclid Ave. j 
At Chardon Road j 


i Congratulations 
To the Class of 1956 

Tarantino Bros. 
MiBlwork 

i Custom Kitchens j 

i Formica Fabricators j 

i IVanhoe 1-0344 
j 17614 St. Clair Ave. 
: Cleveland 10, Ohio 


Maxie's Beverage 
and Delicatessen 

FREE DELIVERY \ 
In Euclid and Vicinity \ 

Open Monday Thru Saturdays \ 

9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. 1 

Sundays 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. j 



i Compliments of j 


BEST OF LUCK j 


TREBEC 
1 EXCAVATING, Inc. 


To My Daughter j 
And Her Senior Class j 


i 571 East 200th Street : 


^ i 


I Euclid 19, Ohio j 




I IV. 1-1000 


Gordon B. Zellers 


ED WANK 


Kotherine J. Welter 


Television Service Co. 


REALTOR 


: Euclid's Oldest T. V. Service Shop 


Congratulations To The ; 


j DuMont Philco R.C.A. 


Class of 1956 j 


j Motorola G.E. 


YOUR FUTURE HOLDS 


i All Standard Makes 


IN STORE FOR YOU 


j ANTENNA REPAIR 


A HOME OF YOUR OWN 


: And Installation 

■ Visit Our Hi-Fi & Color TV Room 
i 378 East 200th St. 


When the Time Comes, Visit 1 

EUCLID'S MOST ACTIVE i 

REAL ESTATE OFFICE : 

26500 Lake Shore Blvd. ! 

29025 Lake Shore Blvd. ■ 


1 Euclid, Ohio 


Phone RE. 1-2000 



! FAREWELL SENIORS' 
j May the Future 
! Bring You Luck. 

j MRS. OLSON'S 
i Sophomore Homeroom 


BEST WISHES i 
From Your 1 

Senior Homeroom j 
320 


1 TOM JAWORSKE 

! ACCORDIONIST 

■ Music for All Occasions 

i 94 E. 214th St. Euclid 19, Ohio 
i REdwood 1-5783 


Congratulations Graduates ■ 

THE LAKELAND i 
FLORAL CO. 

C. Barile and Sons : 

Flower, Gift and Garden Shop ; 

29651 Lakeland Blvd : 

Wickliffe, Ohio 1 

WIckliffe 3-1230 j 


i LA SALLE BAKERY 

j 863 East 185th St. 
: Phone: KE. 1-2388 

; We Specialize in 

: Potica and Birthday Cakes 


MILLER'S j 
BEAUTY SALON j 

Above Roller Drome ■ 

22480 Shore Center Dr. ■ 

Euclid 23, Ohio i 

REdwood 1-9358 j 


j CARL J. NEWMAN 

: MASON CONTRACTORS 

j REdwood 1-2705 

: 450 Lloyd Rd. Euclid 23, Ohio 


NOLAN MERCURY, Inc. j 

"Get Rollin' with Nolan" : 

481 E. 185th Street j 
IV. 1-9100 i 



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DEDREUX MARKET 

i CHOICE MEATS 

: PERSONALIZED SERVICE 

: 654 East 185th St. 
: IVanhoe 1-7614 

■ OTTO NOVOTNY, Proprietor 


Compliments of ; 

DRENIK 
DISTRIBUTING CO. 


FLICKINGER, Inc. 

j 939 East 222nd St. 
i Euclid 23, Ohio 
i REdwood 1-7100 


THE i 
FLORENCE SHOP 

644 East 185th Street j 
Cleveland 19, Ohio j 


■ Authorized Keepsake Diamond Rings 

FRIEDMAN lEWELERS 

: Est. 1914 

: REdwood 1-0800 

I 12322 Superior Avenue 

; POtomac 1-6686 

: Headquarters for Sterling Silver 


Compliments of ! 

HENDERSHOT 
AND SMITH CO. 


I Compliments of 

THE HILLWOOD MFG. 
COMPANY 

i 21700 St. Clair Ave. 


Compliments of j 
HOMEROOM 206 



SGRO'S SQUARE DEAL 
SUPER MARKET 

: REdwood 1-3250 

: "FOR THE FINEST IN FOODS" 


IN EUCLID CALL ! 

VILLAGE CAB CO. j 

Dependable 24 Hour Service : 

50c Anywhere in Euclid : 

IVanhoe 6-1300 j 

All Cabs Equipped with ; 
2-way Radio ; 


WICKLIFFE 
LUMBER CO. 

i Lloyd Rd. N K P Tracks 
: Wickliffe, Ohio 
: Wl. 3-1200 

; Lake County's Largest and 
■ Most Complete Inventory 


FRANK BRIGANTI & SON j 

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Euclid High School 



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Euclid High School 



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SENIOR N. H. S. 

First Row; A. Bills, A. Neylon, C. Linguist, G. Gianasi, K. Stoner, G. Postnak, S. Henn, J, DiSanti' 
Second Row: B. Fabrituis, M. Leufy, C. Rogel, B. Grossman, P. Toll, B. Ronke, E. Berrier B. B 

S. Potmore, R. Stampfel. 
Third Row: P. Glenn, D. MocDougoll, C. Nowacek, G. Schroder, B. Judson, B. Flasche, G. Buto, E. Be 




JUNIOR N. H. S. 

First Row: L. Soderberg, M. Yager, M. McCall. 

Second Row: J. Wckelee, G. Waldman, S. Korencic, G. Brewster, A, Valduga, D. Brigger, J. Bottung, 

C. Neat. 
Third Row: N. Petrich, A. Flocke, M. Priest, N. Holderman, J. Sanda, S. Graham, J. Magalenga, G. 

Schwartz. 
Fourth Row: G. McCracken, A. Hole, A. Gregorc, J. Wowrzyniak, W. Marshall, T. White. 



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PANTHERS OF THE WEEK 

Patmore, J. Beacham, R. Stampfel, L. Beurger, S. Henn, P. Bonk, 
D. Woodford, J. Bomback, O. Pirchner, D. Lelond, G. Gore, E. Eckert. 




Every school needs a feeling of school spirit, 
and Euclid High is no exception. Rooring cheers 
at football games, largest turnouts for school plays, 
and united interest in all school activities needs 
the support of every student and teacher of E.H.S. 
The School Spirit Club with eye-catching posters, 
PA. announcements, and a flash-card section at 
basketball gomes created that long awaited bond 
between all of the students of Euclid High. 

The School Spirit Club members wished to 
remain anonymous giving well-deserved recog- 
nition to students who contribute greatly to var- 
ious phases of school life. Each week after the 
assembly the Panther of the Week was announced 
and given a certificate of merit. These Panthers 
of the Week starred in plays, worked on worthwhile 
campaigns, planned social activities, and took an 
active part in athletics. 



REITA WILLIAMS 
Faculty Panther-of-the-Year 



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Each March Euclid High gives its 
students an opportunity to develop 
their interests in future life-time oc- 
cupations. Speakers from nearly 
every field of endeavor: floristry, en- 
gineering, agriculture, and nursing, 
to name a few; give speeches, demon- 
strations, and pass out literature to 
help today's students make up their 
minds about tomorrow's jobs. 



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What! Swimming, Badminton, and 
medicine ball in February?' Anything 
was possible at the All School Party 
when E.H.S. was open in the evening 
for all types of recreation. Dancing 
in the cafeteria, checkers in the halls, 
(■elevision in the choral room, and mov- 
ies in the auditorium were among thr 
activities enjoyed by students and 
teachers alike. 





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PLey HIGH! 




FEUDIN' 
By Wilbur Braun 

Maw Talbot Karen McPeek 

Ellie May Janet Lucas 

Wally Wolpin George Schroeder 

June Talbot Nancy Carney 

Mat Bascom Larry McLaughlin 

Jude Talbot Arnold Teeter 

Betsy Bascom Pat Gribbons 



QUIET PLEASE 
By Howard Buermann 

Jeff Harria Fred Fantini 

Judd Harria Bert Ronke 

Mattie Wigam Rosemary Pignataro 
Reverend Andrews Bob Hale 

Jessica Connie Misich 

Josie Patti Holtz 

Catherine Barbara Smith 

DIRECTOR W. Stanley Schutz 

STUDENT DIRECTOR Joanna Disantis 




sprihg sports oflncf 







MARLENE ZIMMERMAN 
First Senior Attendant 



CAROL ORCUTT 
Second Senior Attendant 





SALLY KORENCIC 
Junior Attendant 



NANCY CARNEY 
Sophomore Attendant 



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SANDY PATMORE 
Spring Sports Queen 




Representative of the spring banquet season at E.H.S. were the Mother-Daughter 
and International Quill and Scroll banquets. Besides plenty of good food these dinners 
featured style shows, skits, speeches, and the giving of awards. The F.T.A. spaghetti din- 
ner, the G.L.C. "Chuck Wagon Spread" and the Honor Society picnic were welcome 
changes from the more formal round of banquets. 





Practice for the annual Wai Napolo water show began at 7:30 in the morning be- 
fore school and lasted until 11:30 after school. These grueling hours lasted for weeks 
until the big night came at last. Time well spent considering the high caliber of the show. 
The swim club members took the audience en on interplanetary trip all in one evening on 
the Wai Napolo rocket ship. On each planet individual or group swimming routines with 
gorgeous costumes, colored lights, and unearthly music acquainted the earth people with 
life on that planet. Big-eared dogs on Pluto, female woriDrs on Mercury, and the lovely 
goddess of the Sun were just three of the mcny wonders to be seen. 



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"Til OUT fOfi GIOGffi" 

Cast; 

Ginger Carol . Nancy Morlock 

Mrs. Carol Roberta Stampfel 

Mr. Carol Don Woodtord 

Joan Carol Sally Peek 

Jeannie Carol Charlene Bratush 

Eddie Davis Jay Phillips 

Tommy Green Dave Roberts 

Lizzie Barbara Leybeck 

Mr. Wilson Jim Laurenson 

Mr. Hoffman Norm Johnson 




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PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF 

"Time Out For Ginger" was a heartwarming story of a very common ailment known 
to the young teen-age girls. Males can seem very much inferior while acting very much 
superior. Ginger's decision to show up the boys by playing football on their level caused 
her parents much anxiety, her two sisters mental anguish, and the football players much 
embarrassment. All in all there was enough laughter, tears, and common sense through- 
out the play to last for quite a while. Each one of the main characters fitted into thair 
roles as naturally as breathing. 





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From the first sight of Clifford DsOwens in beret, dark glasses, and high boots 
until the end of the presentation of faculty awards to vorious students, the faculty assem- 
bly was one of the most hilarious shows ever seen in the E.H.S. auditorium. 

The teachers "let down their hair" and "really lived it up" with clever costuming, 
snappy dialogue, novel acts, and believe it or not plenty of talent. They sang, they danc- 
ed, they shot water pistols into the audience, and when all this was over there was more 
clowning around which was appreciated by the students. Here's hoping that the faculty 
assembly will be a custom from now on. 




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As one year's group of Seniors nears graduation day their successors begin mak- 
ing plans for their own Senior year. Another yearbook is planned, new hopefuls try out 
for the majorette line-up, and officers are elected to lead the clubs of E.H.S. through an- 
other year. Just representative of this restless forward movement is the spring Student 
Council campaign complete with posters, speeches, and assemblies to elect the new of- 
ficers and the choosing of the next year's cheerleaders from the J.V. cheerleaders. 




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Southern Belles in their formals and 
Southern Gentlemen in their dress 
suits dancd from eight to twelve on 
the evening of May 5 at the annual 
Junior Prom which is looked forward 
to every year as a dress rehearsal of 
the Senior Prom. 




The Juniors danced in the formal 
garden of "A Southern Plantation" 
to music played by Harry Hershey's 
band and relaxed at pool-side tables 
overhung with imported Spanish moss. 
Punch and cookies were served on the 
porch before everyone left for various 
nightspots. 





Fjrsf Row T White, P Salomes, J Gortz, F' jcria, D Bluoni, R Kein, 


E Motto 






Second Row. B. Damion, B Jelinek, D Lockwood, D. Cinalii, M. Miller, 


E. McPeek, J 


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tenberger, B, Garland, D, Johnson. 








Third Row: Coach Nelson, L. Nosse, L. Konyha. D. Price, B. Teaol, K. 


Pilotti, D. Bu 


yer, B. 


Mart 


Bunzanski, T. Kramer, F. Peterson, Co;ch Boerger. 









SEASON'S RECORD 



Total games 1 9 


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Willoughby 


3, 


Wickliffe 


6, 


West 


3, 


Parma 


0, 


Painesville 


3, 


Shaker 


2, 


Lake wood 


0, 


Shaw 


1, 


Heights 


2, 


Ashtabula 


0, 


Willoughby 


0, 


Parma 


2, 


Akron East 


1, 


Lake wood 


4, 


Heights 


1, 


Shaw 


1, 


Crestline 


0, 


Crestline 


5 


Shaker 


2, 



wins 1 7 and losses 2. 



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Lake Erie League Champs, Sectional and District 
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ALL SCHOLASTIC 
PLAYERS: 

Larry Nosse, p. 

Paul Serra, 1 b 

Ernie McPeek, 2b 





First Row: A. Miller, S. Lanning, 

D. Moyer. 
Second Row: B. Cramer, D, Seam 

Bant, D. Smith, Coach Wile 
Third Row: D. Doley, J- Rogosh, 



Hoppert, A. Cook, E. Soeder, J. 
B. Scott, D, Lynch, B. Walters, B. 
Schnieder, D. Bates, D. Lelond, J. 



P. Smi'.h, D. Coy, N. La- 
Cocch Mohr. 



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SEASON'S RECORD 

Dual Meets Won 8 Lost 3 

63 Cathdral Latin 51 

562/3 Cleveland East 57V3 

101 Painesville Harvey 13 

74 Parma 44 

78 Willoughby 40 

55 Shaw 59 

86 Wickliffe 28 

76 Painesville Riverside 42 

84 Holy Name 30 

71 Cleveland Heights 47 

47 Shaker 67 

Arena Indoor Meet — Third 
Euclid Relays — Second 



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INDIVIDUAL CHAMPS 

Stroberg - 50 yd dash 

At Arena 

MILE RELAY - 
(Peterson, Strohm, Gray, 

Cook) - Arena 

SHUTTLE HURDLES - 
(Cramer Knuth, Lauter, 

Rogosh) - West Tech. 

POLE VAULT - 

(Lanning, Lauter, Monnett) 







NEW SCHOOL RECORDS 


itroberg - 


100 yd. dash 
Broad Jump 


Bcmback 


220 yd. dash 


3ook - 


880 yd. dash 


Hcppert - 


Mile 


V^onnett - 


Pole Vault 
(District Champ) 


880 Relay Team 


Mile 


Relay Team 




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VARSITY TENNIS TEAM 

First Row: B. Randell, D. Oviatt, D. Smith, H. White. 

Second Row: B. Kaib, E. Fenster, B. Zoller, B. Berrier, D. Rash, Coach Troglia. 




VARSITY GOLF TEAM 

Left to right: D, Kotnik, B. Adams, S, Lonning, Coach Pringle, G. Bill, G. Foster, P. Long. 



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A cast of 250 students, lavish cos- 
tumes, and imported Spanish moss 
from North Carolina helped to make 
the Big Show, "Old New Orleans", c 
big hit with E.H.S. students, parents, 
and other Euclidites. Senior Otto 
Pirchner presented, for the last time, 
one of his novel "spectaculars" stag- 
ed and designed by him. 




Euclid High always had its share of 
pretty female students, but with teach- 
ers looking like these it's a wonder th: 
boys graduated at all. Here six mem- 
bers of the faculty lead the cheers at 
one of the "Fat Panthers" basketball 
games where the faculty men played 
in the game, took tickets, and sold 
refreshments. 




One of the last duties the Seniors 
hod to perform before graduating was 
the cleaning out of lockers. Text 
books were the first to go, junk such 
as papers and old lunches next, and 
the large boxes containing caps and 
gowns last. 



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SffllOR 





The theme "A Southern Plantation" 
was used not only for the Junior Prom, 
but for the first '56' Senior assembly 
The Seniors really put on a worthwhile 
show combing comedy, music, one 
talent. Just a few of the acts were 
"Paddelin' Madeleine Home", "Chair 
Gang" sung by a group of newly dis- 
covered Senior crooners, and "Can'l 
Help Loving That Man" sung by c 
slightly overweight Potty Gribbons. 




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The second Senior Assembly of the 
year was put on as the last school ac- 
tivity before graduation. For a show 
that should have left some wonderful 
memories in the minds of the gradu- 
ates and underclassmen it was a big 
disappointment. With all the things 
to do before graduation day there was 
not enough time to plan and rehearse 
a show to compare with the first Sen- 
ior assembly. 





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The Lake Shore Country Club was 
the scene of the Senior Banquet held 
one rainy evening in May. An excel- 
lent meal was followed by a humorous 
talk on the names in the Senior class 
by Mr. Owens. The class poem was 
read and the list of '56' firsts was giv- 
en after which everyone danced in the 
Club ballroom until it was time to go 
on to open houses and then home to 
bed in time to go to school the next 
morning. Hear some didn't make it 
home at all! 




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Excitement over the approaching Se 
All-Night Prom was discussed in the senior 
soon as the affair was planned with the sup 
on sale and the fun began. Waiting in fro 
stuffed panther favors the boys began to wo 
trips downtown to buy dresses left them tire 
the Year" arrived on May 19. Though the P 
didn't start until 9:00, the boys started picki 
was that loads of parties were being given a 
corsages, collected enough junk to last them 
their street see them it was time to start. 



nior Prom began when the subject of an 
homerooms and in the Senior Cabinet. As 
port of the Euclid business clubs, bids went 
nt of the counselor's office to buy bids and 
nder if it was worth it. The girls' weekly 
d but elated. Finally the "Lovliest Night of 
rom, which was held at the Tapco Ballroom 
ng up their dates about 7:00. The reason 
II over Euclid. As soon as the girls got their 
through the night, and let every neighbor on 




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Arriving at the Prom fashionably late the couples were soon dancing to the music 
of Billy Lang's orchestra, enjoying punch and cookies at floor side tables, and getting 
their pictures taken by Raimor Studios. Live trees, flowers grass, and bridges over tiny 
wading pools transformed the ballroom into a lovely surprise. 

At 1:00 the dance itself ended and a police escort guided the caravan of cars to 
City Hall where movies of the Prom were shown and a key to the City was given to the 
Senior Class by Mayor Sims, Then back to the Tapco ballroom for more dancing, eat- 
ing, and entertainment. 

At the after-Prom party the guests had their choice of a chicken or steak dinner. 
With the meal come professional entertainment from Greater Cleveland's night spots. 
A pickpocket, a trampoline trio, and a vocalist filled the bill very well. Music for danc- 
ing was furnished by Wendell Tracy's band. 



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About 5:30, another motorcade led to the Euclid Park Clubhouse where the few 
remaining people waited for the truck with the rolls and coffee which was late in arriv- 
ing. A few of the harder people went down to look at the lake but the rest tried to keep 
awake with group singing which didn't go over very big. 

Af 7:00, some of the cars in the caravan went to the EHS auditorium for a com- 
munity church service led by Reverend Austin Coe. Needless to say that by this time 
very few people were awake. After church, home to change clothes, then on to the picnic 
at Wyoga Lake and a day of swimming, eating, and trying to keep awake. A few of the 
real slap-happy couples even tried to go to the drive-in movies that night. Monday morn- 
ing the Senior class attended classes en masse as usual, but not willingly. "The Lovliest 
Night of the Year" will not be forgotten for many a year. 




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Euclid Senior High's eleventh commencement program was held at the Music Hall 
of the Cleveland Public Auditorium on Tuesday, June fifth, 1956. This was the first time 
the Euclid's Seniors did not graduate in the school auditorium or in the football stadium. 

The featured speaker was Dr. Allan F. Griffin, Professor of Education at Ohio 
State University, with "The Shape of the Next Twenty Years" addressed to the graduates. 

The valedictory music by Marilyn Wendell and the salutatory by Judy Blackburn 
was followed by the certification of the class and the presentation of the diplomas by Mrs. 
Grace Watkins, Vice-President of the Euclid Board of Education. 

With the playing of the recessional by the E.H.S. band 436 graduates filed up the 
aisles wearing for the last time the blue gowns and gold tassels of their Alma Mater. 

The '56' graduating class first marched to the traditional "Pomp and Circum- 
stance" on Sunday, June 3, when Baccalaureate Services were held in the Euclid High 
auditorium. 

After the invocation and scripture reading by Reverend Kenneth Poly of the Mast- 
er's Church, the Baccalaureate address, "Feet of Clay" was given by Reverend Frank 
Hutchings of the Church of the Epiphany. 

The Senior Chorus was heard for the last time as it sang "The Halls of Ivy" and 
the choral response to the benediction. 

For the Seniors Baccalaureate Day was the first time to wear their graduation 
gowns and the beginning of the parties and open houses which come before and after 
graduation night. 




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Marilyn Wendell, valedictorian of 
the 1956 graduating class, played 
"Rhapsodie Hongroise" by Franz 
Liszt as her musical valedictory. 

Marilyn's ninety-five plus average 
in her high school studies was not 
hampered by her interest in extra-cur- 
ricular activities. She was a membsr 
of National Honor Society, National 
Forensic League, Thespians, and Fu- 
ture Teachers of America. Being 
treasurer of International Quill and 
Scroll, an editorial board member of 
the Publications Club, a band librar- 
ian and playing solo clarinet in the 
band and violin in the orchestra kept 
"Wendy" quite busy. 

After attending Radcliffe College 
on a full tuition scholarship, Marilyn 
plans to be an English teacher. When 
asked how it felt to be first in a class 
of 436, Marilyn said, "I have never 
sacrificed activities or recreation for 
studying — just sleep." 



Judy Blackburn's scholastic average 
of 94.4 and her leadership in many 
activities made her eligible to be the 
saiutatorian of the class of 1956. Be- 
ing on the Distinguished Honor Roll 
every six weeks during her three years 
at EHS, vice president of Future 
Teachers of America, and a member 
of the Euclidian editorial staff did not 
hamper her from being in many other 
clubs around school. Among many of 
her other activities are Girls' Leaders 
Club, National Honor Society, Girls' 
Athletic Association, and Quill and 
Scroll. She played bassoon in the 
concert band and marching band. 

Judy will be a camp counselor at 
Camp Julia Crowell this summer be- 
fore she leaves for Ohio Wesleyan in 
the fall to major in elementary educa- 
tion. 



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A METRICAL PANORAMA OF THE CLASS OF FIFTY-SIX 

by Gail F. Gionasi 

PART I 

Listen my children, and learn the tricks 

Of the wonderful class of fifty-six. 

On the nintth of September in fifty-three 

Euclid's doors opened for you and me. 

Our first Homecoming wos a game against Heights. 

We lost that as well os other grid fights. 

But the track team did well, and Wiley's o wreck. 

Because of an unknown soph'more named Heck. 

The baseball team were LEL champs. 

They made their opponents look like tramps. 

Rosie, Maureen, Hans, Dave, and Jim Rauer 

Were great soph'more actors in Ploynite's first hour. 

Our first all-school formol was the Sweetheart ball. 

We danced in the cafeteria, not some fancy hall. 

Morning announcements featured a quiz master. 

Mr. Owens checked up to see who replied foster 

To: "How many feet is the swimming pool deep?" 

"How many students in class fall asleep?" 

In contest assemblies, we won the lost cup. 

Seniors were mortified. We lived it up. 

As soph'mores we proved that we were the best 

By conquering obstacles, meeting the test. 

PART 11 

As juniors we started to run the school. 

We had lots of fun, and observed every rule? 

"You Can't Take It With You" created a fuss. 

Well, why not? The cost featured seven of us. 

The government classes started some fun. 

The students we chose had the city to run. 

In football we didn't win any gome 

But champion hoopsters brought EHS fame. 

The wrestlers took the GCL crown 

But didn't do well in Columbus town. 

The band, however, brought home a first. 

That made us so happy we thought that we'd burst. 

At our Junior Prom we had quite a throng. 

"This Is Heaven" was the formol's theme song. 

Our newly checked boiler exploded in May. 

That incident gave us a free day to play. 

The yeorbook presented the first supplement. 

It showed NHS and our Prom's merriment. 

We said farewell to the grads of fifty-five. 

At last, we were Seniors. It was great to be olive. 

PART III 

During the summer, to Raimor's we'd trot. 

They made us look pretty if we had it or not. 

Mr. Rojeck came with school spirit. 

If there is a game, we should all go and cheerit. 

When we played EasTech spirit reached its peak. 

That was during tournament week. 

Mr. Blackburn reads Atlantic. 

It drives his English students frontic. 

Through Mr. Pringle we discovered Grendel. 

The SURVEY said that Marilyn Wendell 

Would be our valedictorian. 

Judy Blackburn's behind her by one. 

The Senior Prom was really a dreom. 

"The Loveliest Night of the Year" was our theme. 

Every Senior who was a smorty 

Followed the Prom with the All Night Party. 

Commencement is Tuesday, the fifth of June. 

If 'twas in our stadium we'd want a full moon. 

But since it won't be there any more 

We don't care if it'll snow or pour. 

As one walks through old Euclid's halls 

He sees around him the cracks in the walls. 

Thot shows our Alma Moter has a heart. 

Cause our class is leaving, she's falling apart. 

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EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

MUSIC HALL 

CLEVELAND PUBLIC AUDITORIUM 

Tuesday, June Fifth 

Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Six 

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PRELUDE "Doge's Overture" Rosse 

INVOCATION _.._ Rev. Paul 0. Mayer 

East Shore Methodist Church 

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 

SALUTATORY Judith Ann Blackburn 

"The Cloths of Heaven" Dunhill 

Athena Daniels 

Introduction of Dr. Alan F. Griffin Erwin Franklin Berrier, Jr. 

President, Senior Class 

"THE SHAPE OF THE 

NEXT TWENTY YEARS" Dr. Alan F. Griffin 

Professor of Education 
Ohio State University 

VALEDICTORY IN MUSIC. "Rhapsodie Hongroise" Liszt 

Marilyn Wendell 

CERTIFICATION OF CLASS Mr. Clifford G. Owens 

Principal 

PRESENTATION OF CLASS Dr. W. G. Fordyce 

Superintendent 

*PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS Mrs. Grace Watkins 

Vice-President, Euclid Board of Education 

BENEDICTION Rev. Paul 0. Mayer 

RECESSIONAL Class of 1956 

Euclid High School Band 



*Homeroom teachers will assist. We request that there be no 
applause until all diplomas have been awarded. 



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William A. Adams 
Calvin Milans Aitken 
Edward James Anderson 
Geraldine Ann Andolsek 
Sue Louise Angene 
Ronald Andrew Antonick 
Shirley Anne Avery 
Ivan Edward Baker 
Elaine Bambakakia 
Patricia Ann Bank 
Joseph Henry Banks, Jr. 
Richard Blase Bartone 
James Paul Bassett 
David William Bauer 
Carole Anne Bayer 
Judith Rae Beacham 
Ronald Andrew Bear 
Roberta Ann Beck 
Doris Louise Becker 
Virginia Ann Bednar 
Carolyn Mary Benard 
Erwin Franklin Berrier, Jr. 
Ethelyn Louise Berrier 
Rita Ann Bielobocky 
Anna Marie Bills 
Richard Allan Bisbee 
Judith Ann Blackburn 
Carol Ann Blatnik 
Jo Ann Judith Bobak 
John Lawrence Bock 
Robert Bohinc 
Robert Anthony Boldin 
Dean John Bolton 
John Lawrence Bomback 
Karen Lee Bone 
Donald Norman Borthwick 
Frederick Albert Bowles 
Robert Jon Boyton 
Mary Vianney Bray 
Barbara Jeanne Brennan 
Virginia Lou Brewster 
Marjorie Rose Brickner 
David Francis Brocone 
Nancy Jean Brooks 



Edward William Brown 

Beverly Gail Budd 

Bruce Arnold Burger 

Pamela Burns 

Alyce Marie Buss 

Glen Lee Buto 

Diana Marie Carabotta 

Patricia Agnes Carbone 

Kathryn Mae Carpenter 

Paul Leo Castellano 

Herbert James Charnick 

Mary Ann Chinchar 

John Alan Chluda 

Frank A. Christopher 

Richard Paul Cinalli 

Arlene Clark 

Gary Wallace Clark 

Nancy Lucille Clark 

Richard Browning Clark 

Nancy Patricia Clements 

Maryl Lyn Coatsworth 

Jeanine L. Coccia 

Harvey Morton Cohen 

Sallie Combs 

Frederick Walter Conroy 

Barbara Cecile Coons 

Albert A. Cook 

Nancy Anne Corbett 

Richard W. Covert 

Dianne Therese Bridget Cowley 

Dennis Paul Cvitkovic 

Athena Daniels 

Ronald Anthony Danna 

Becky Ann Daubenmire 

Hazeljean Ann Daubenmire 

Amelia Ann DeGirolamo 

Robert Craig Demian 

Eileen Marie Diedrich 

Christine Frances Dinunzio 

Joanna Marie Disantis 

Maureen Cecilia Dolan 

Kenneth Philip Downing, II 

Richard Edward Dreis 

Janice Lee Eckerman 



Clarence Edward Eckert 
Donald James Eddy 
Ruth Evalyn Edwards 
Allen John Ehas 
Marlene Pearl Enkler 
Robert John Erzen 
Judith Arlene Estvander 
Carol Ann Evans 
Robert Thomas Fabritius 
Ralph Joseph Fee 
Patricia E. Ferguson 
Donna Jean Fielding 
Margaret-Lynne Fike 
Diane Ruth Fink 
William Earl Flasche 
Louis Frank Florjancic 
Marsha Ellen Foster 
Marilyn Rita Franks 
Nancy Elaine Funk 
Guy Francis Furth 
Delores Elizabeth Gadberry 
Gordon John Galko 
Irene Erma Galliger 
Raymond Joseph Gargiulo 
Gary David Garrett 
Shirley Arlene Gebe 
Beverly Ann Gechei 
Ronald E. Gerzeny 
Gail F. Gianasi 
Laurence Lenard Giegerich 
June La Verne Gilmore 
Blanche Glavis 
Paul Michael Glenn 
Ronald Leroy Golob 
Faye Marlene Gordon 
Nancy Ruth Gore 
Susan Margaret Gorman 
Patricia Jean Gorsha 
Phillip Fred Goss 
David Gary Gravell 
Jack Edward Gray 
Sandra Elizabeth Gray 
Richard Dana Green 
Thomas Richard Green 
Robert John Gregorac 
Patricia Lee Gribbons 
Wilma Jean Grodt 
Barbara Ann Grossman 



Leona Mae Grugel 
Ronald Allen Hager 
John James Hallack 
Judith Adele Marie Haller 
Donna Lea Hamilton 
Virginia Ruth Hamilton 
Charles George Hamrich 
Charles Frank Hamula 
Robert Edgar Hanes 
Elsie Margaret Hassink 
David Edwin Heck 
Karl Hans Henipel 
Sally Henn 
Joel Peter Herman 
Martha Ann Herr 
Thomas N. Herringshaw 
Richard Freeman Hershey 
Patsy Jo-Anne Highland 
James Hisnay 
Jean Elizabeth Hocevar 
David Herbert Holmes 
Gary Edward Holmes 
James Jennings Holtz 
John Charles Homer, HI 
James Rexford Hoppert 
Delores Elizabeth Horvath 
Virginia Lee Howard 
Gloria Jane Hurka 
Neil Henry Hurshman 
Judith Gail Jablon 
Claude I. Jackson 
George Ronald Jaroscak 
Judith Ann Jesberger 
Charles J. F. Jevnikar 
Ralph E. Jones 
William Frederick Jones, Jr 
Judith Ann Judice 
Burton Moore Judson, Jr. 
James Dennis Kane 
Gerald Allen Kaprosy 
Robert Ray Karol 
Esther -Joyce Kasunic 
Lynn Barbara Katz 
Gerald R. Keck 
Kenneth R. Keeper 
Janet Elaine Keller 
Janet Joyce Kent 
Roy D. Kern 



Patricia Ann Kernz 
Gretchen Gray Kiebler 
John Wayne King 
Evelyn Alice Kline 
Marion Louise Kling 
Edward F. Knirnschild 
John Thomas Kocjan 
Robert James Kollar 
Margaret Nancy Kolthoff 
Jean Ann Konyha 
Annelie Kopf 
Richard Everett Korda 
Beverly Ann Korencic 
Robert A. Kosher 
Joan Carol Kosman 
David Philip Kotnik 
Jerry James Koucky 
Miriam Frances Kovach 
Joyce Lee Kovic 
Deanna Joyce Kramer 
Joe T. Krashoc 
Barbara Ann Krause 
Janet Ruth Krauss 
Susan Frances Krautberger 
Catherine Ann Kriz 
Margaret Louise Krizman 
Alice Maria Krogmann 
Judy Gail Kronenberger 
Mary Candace Kunkel 
Carol Jane Kurilko 
Loretta Ann Kushner 
Anthony Pasquale Laddis 
Laura May Lain 
Rose Marie Lang 
Carol Ann Langlois 
Sherman Warren Lanning 
Thomas Roberts LaPorte 
Deanne Margaret Larabee 
Kirk Evan Lauter 
Edward Terry LeBreton 
Karen Rae Lees 
Paul Kui't Leihenseder 
Mary Ellen Leuty 
Perry Alan Lewis 
Carol Karine Lindquist 
Carol Jean Link 
Anthony Fredrick Longo 
Joseph John Lucas 



Carolyn Ann Luikart 
Joy Karen Luse 
Sally Rae Lyons 
Sharron McBroom 
Robert Kenneth McCormack 
Irene Mary McDonald 
Joseph Henry McDuffee 
Ronald M. McGregor 
Geneva Marie McGuire 
Patricia Jean Mclntyre 
Patricia Joycelyn McKnight 
Nadine Joy McLaughlin 
Janet Ann McNellan 
Ernest Eugene McPeek 
David Mercer MacDougall 
Donald Stephen Macko 
Phebe-Nell MacQuarrie 
Christopher Magnusson 
Jerome F. Mang 
Kathleen Ann Mannion 
Arthur Karl Marincek 
David Benton Marsh 
Carol Ann Maurer 
Loretta Meden 
Darlene Jean Mercuric 
F. Richard Mervar 
Sandra Elisia Mester 
Kenneth Rudolph Meyers 
Donnie Ella Mezget 
Alan H. Miller 
Leslie Louis Miller 
Robert James Miller 
Patricia Ann Minello 
Tina Mary Mirenda 
James George Mog 
James Molder 
James Dale Monnett 
Carol Ann Moore 
Elizabeth Jean Moore 
Raymond Frank Mora 
William Joseph Motta 
Donald Franklin Moyer 
Joan Marie Murphy 
Richard Allen Murray 
James Charles Mussard 
Edward Joseph Mutchler 
Marilyn Mae Myers 
Robert James Nebe 



Patricia Louise Neibecker 
James Alan Neil 
Barbara Lea Nelson 
Patricia Louise Nelson 
Ann Jennifer Neylon 
Leo Nick 

Gerald Allen Nordstrom 
Charles James Nowacek 
Richard Anthony Ogrinc 
Michael Patrick O'Hara 
Beverly Ruth O'Hare 
Sydney Onderdonk 
Edward Anthony Opatrny 
Karol Deane Orcutt 
Richard Lynn Osborne 
James Ott 

Ralph Randolph Owens 
Carol Lynn Pagels 
David Rudolph Paik 
Charles Anthony Palazzo 
Mary Ag-nes Palinkas 
Carol Jeanne Palmer 
John Lester Parker, Jr 
Sandra Lee Patmore 
Bernard E. Patton 
David William Pavelka 
Frances Alice Pavlic 
Nancy Jean Pavlicek 
Mary Ann Payerchin 
Sara Elizabeth Peek 
Carole Jeanne Perlioni 
Frank William Perusek 
Gerald D. Peterson 
Angela Maria Petruzzi 
Jay Edward Phelps 
Rosemarie Anne Pignataro 
Kenneth Anthony Pilotti 
Otto William Pirchner 
Patricia Ellen Postle 
Gloria Jeanne Postnak 



Patrick Ernest Potter 

William David Powell, Jr. 

Donna Jean Powers 

Loys Ethel Rabbitt 

Florence A. Racine 

Mary Ann Dorothy Radatz 

Elaine Rath 

James Matthew Rauer 

Shirley Jean Rebro 

Keith Bernard Redfern 

Jeanne Carol Reeve 

George Andrew Repasy 

Nancy Louise Replogle 

Rita Jane Ricci 

Mary Beth Richert 

Carole Rose Rogelj 

Curtis Frederick Rogosch, Jr. 

Albert C. Ronke 

Stanley Louis Rosenthal 

David Norman Ross 

Robert H. Rossington 

Lois Jean Rothrock 

Joan Marline Roubicek 

Barbara Jane Rowe 

Marcia Runo 

John James Rutkosky 

Patricia Ann Sanders 

Gerald N. Sandy 

Roy Allan Sater 

Carol Ann Schael 

Darlene Joanne Schaerfl 

Gene Marie Schoen 

George Stephen Schroeder 

Edward W. Schultz 

Erich R. Schulz 

Gerald Peter Schwartz 

Paul Walter Schwegler 

Paul Thomas Serra 

Jean Pauline Shawke 

Joseph Charles Sheridan 



Ronald Dale Sherman 

Edwin Alfred Shrimpton 

Frank Carl Sibenik 

Martha Jane Skrance 

Patricia Ann Katherine Skully 

Eugene Allen Smelik 

Barbara Ann Smith 

Robert Allen Smith 

Louis Frank Smolic 

Donna Ruth Snyder 

Eugene Henry Seeder 

Paul Joseph Solanics 

Carolyn Ann Southworth 

Marguerite Cecile Specht 

Carol Ann Sprochi 

0. LeRoy Squire 

Roberta Lynn Stampfel 

Elizabeth Ann Frances Stancavich 

William Regis Stapleton 

Judith Carol Steinmetz 

Robert Lorin Stewart 

Shirley Lou Stock 

Linda Jane Stokes 

Kathleen Doryce Stoner 

Sylvia M. Stopar 

Phyllis Jean Stowe 

Richard John Strah 

Edward Strekal 

Edwin Russell Stroberg 

Carol Rae Swain 

John R. Swartzwelder 

Diana Sweeder 

Judith Mae Taylor 

Arnold Earl Teeter 

John Allen Telisman, Jr. 

David Barry Tentler 

Nikita John Theodosion 

Arthur Roger Thompson 



Pauline D. Toll 
Richard Henry Tolway 
Carol Jeanne Tomsic 
June A. Toplak 
Ray A. Toplak 
Joan Carol Tucker 
Barbara Alice Turnbull 
Robert Jack Ulizza 
Ronald Andrew Ulle 
Johanne Marie Urankar 
Charles Franklin Vaigl 
Louis Enrico Valenti 
Henry James Verbsky, Jr. 
Jon Anthony Verb 
Janice Rose Verhotz 
June Elsie Vert 
\\Mlliam Anthony Vidmar, II 
Judy Lynn Walter 
Dolores Ann Walters 
Mona C. Weaver 
Charles E. Welsh 
Marilyn Wendell 
James Norman West 
Sharon Louise White 
Suzanne Williams 
Dorothy Jean Wills 
Robert Donald Wilson 
Dolores Marie Wlodarski 
Elaine Antoinette Wonderly 
Donald Lynn Woodford 
Janet Lorene Wuchte 
Annamae Yatsko 
Patricia Ellen Zeiger 
Barbara Ann Zellers 
Rosemary Zgonc 
Marlene Helen Zimmerman 
Judith Louise Zust 



J^omeroom teachers 



Delmar Smith John Reeves 

Stanley Whiteside James Calvert 

Pauline Berg Dorothy Lillick 

Harold Blackbui-n Stanley Schutz 

Frank Prmgle 

Betty Byelene Norman Thompson 

Harry Spangler Edmund Mize 

Herbert Nold Neal Nelson 

Listed in order of diploma presentation 



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Erwin Franklin Berrier, Jr. President 

Shemian Warren Lanning Vice-President 

June LaVerne Gilmoi'e Secretary 

Kirk Evan Lauter Treasurer 



Russell G. Glass President 

Grace Watkins Vice-President 

C. E. Bowman John F. Davis 

Loyal E. Luikart 

Frank B. Mills Business Manager 

Stewart A. Cox Clerk-Treasurer 

W. G. Fordyce Superintendent of Schools 



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