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EUCLIDIAN 

1957 





Diane Brigger 
Marji McCall 
Gail Brewster 
George Gore 
Tony Gregorc . 
Diane Hamilton 
Bob Chapman 
Jim Wawrzyniak 



Editor-in-Chief 



Assistant Ed 

Script Ed 

Assistant Script Ed 

Picture Ed 

Assistant Picture Ed 

. . . Mounting Ed 

Assistant Mounting Ed 



MaryAnn Hummon Art Ed 

Sandy Mock . . . 
Marilyn Laurich 
Beverly Perusek 
Tom Wight 
Pat Nipple 
Pat Williams 
Dorothy Opalich 
Nancy Broos 
Barbara Leybeck 
Gene M. Pillot 
Clayton George 



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Staff Editor 

Typist 

Typist 

Business Manager 

Ass't. Business Manager 

Advertising Manager 

Circulation Manager 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Editorial Staff Sponsor 
Business Staff Sponsor 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Diane Brigger 




Dedication 



In 1948 the panther was chosen as the symbol of 
Euclid High School. For the past nine years he has 
watched our school grow; and we, in turn, have watched 
him grow. Today, he rules the school as the figurehead 
of our school spirit Never before has he meant so 
much. We can never forget the hard fighting panther 
leading us to victory and success in all phases of school 
life. 

It is with pride that we, the editors, dedicate the 
1957 Euclidian to the Euclid Panther. 



Alma Mater 



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



Table of Contents 



Introduction Page 1 

Administration Page 12 

Seniors Page 30 

Underclassmen Page 90 

Organizations Page 114 

Fine Arts Page 144 

Sports Page 158 

Student Life Page 186 

Advertising Page 208 







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on to become alive. Soon posters would be up and students 
hurrying to get to their next class. 



This is Euclid High, the 
school in which I reign su- 
preme. For many days the 
auditorium lobby remained 
polished and shiny waiting for 
the students to enter, step- 
ping quickly to the music of 
the pit band. It was in this 
same auditorium that the first 
football recognition ceremony 
was held. 




How many students would walk up these steps each day! 
Most of them would be wearing pins or signs cheering for 
one of the many activities. 




Spirit prevailed whether in sports 
or studies. The library, trophy 
case, and pool are all symbols of 
contests; as books and sportsman- 
ship go hand-in-hand. 





Both students and faculty members carried forth the enthusiasm of 
our spirit. In the cafeteria they cheered, in the rec room hard ping-pong 
battles were waged, and in the office corridor many ways were organized to 
maintain this spirit. 





Few students will re- 
member this part of the 
school. Usually this path 
was used as a short cut 
to the wood shop or to 
the parking lot. 






At night, too, I was remembered. Student voices rang out at the evening ga 
programs and other activities were supported. This indeed was to be a glorious year 



Administration 

and 

Faculty 



Little could have been accom- 
plished in studies, activities and 
spirit without the support of the 
faculty and administration. As a 
unit they worked to give the 
students all the advantages of 
education. Truly they are the 
guideposts of America's future. 
With that in mind, they work to 
give the future of America know- 
ledge, character, and the ability 
to guide others. 








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BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Luikart, C. E. Bowman, Russell Gloss, Mr: 



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"School spirit" is one of those intang- 
ibles that result from a good school. 
Teachers sense it and so does your com- 
munity. It appears to be strongest in 
those schools where the student body and 
faculty together are enthusiastic about 
what the school is trying to do. That is the 
reason that in some of our colleges the 
crowd in the stadium will remain standing 
and cheer the losing team in an athletic 
contest. It was not winning or losing which 
was most important. The character and 
integrity of the boys and girls and their 
willingness to do the right thing is a basic 
factor. To do the right thing and to be 
proud of it in the face of the scorn of 
others is one of the most important lessons 
a person may learn. To be proud each year 
of achievement, contributions made, and 
future ambitions is the prerogative of every 
senior class. 

My best wishes to the class of 1957. 

Sincerely yours, 
W. G. Fordyce 
Superintendent of Schools 




This year Euclid Senior High has 
reached a new high in school spirit 
which has been manifested in the 
classroom as well as in extra-curricu- 
lar activities. Wholehearted devo- 
tion to worthy purposes, willingness 
to participate, and appreciation of 
the efforts of others are some of the 
components of real spirit. To find 
yourself, it is said, you must lose 
yourself in a great cause. May you 
transpose this school spirit into com- 
munity spirit, working loyally for the 
home, school, church, and civic enter- 
prises. 

L. E. Angene 

Director of Instruction 



As we come to the close of another 
year of activity and achievement at 
Euclid Senior High School we turn 
with enthusiasm to peruse the pages 
of our yearbook. I am sure the 
Euclidian brings real pleasure to all 
now and will continue to be cherished 
as Ihe years come and go. The staff 
has done an excellent job. Our con- 
gratulations and thanks to the spon- 
sors, staff and all who had a part in 
making this Euclidian possible. Our 
best wishes go with the class of 1957. 



Sincerely, 
Clifford G. 
Principal 



Owens 





Upon your graduation from Euclid 
Senior High you will have passed an- 
other important step in life. Memo- 
ries are wonderful but you must look 
to the future also. 

It will be possible for us to learn 
much from you if you will share your 
future experiences with us. You will 
be welcome whenever you come back 
to visit the high school. 

Sincerely, 

Meryl R. Baumer 

Assistant Principal 



Many times in the years ahead of 
you this year book will help you to 
recall the joys and the pleasures you 
shared in Euclid High School. It will 
become more valuable to you each 
year. 

Congratulations and best wishes to 
all of you and may you have happi- 
ness and success in the years to come. 

As the underclass members take 
your places they will profit by your 
experiences and your many contribu- 
tions. 

Harriet Sheats 
Dean of Girls 




Since 1949 Euclid High School has 
been providing a broad foundation on 
which our young men and women 
have built their future. Whether you 
plan to enter college or go immedi- 
ately into industry the values you 
have credited here will be of much 
help. May you always be a credit to 
your school, your community, and to 
our nation. 

Bruce Graham 
Dean of Boys 





Above are two typical scenes of our faculty. To many students, grading papers is the symbol of the teaching 
profession. In the faculty library Elaine Mylar takes dictation from Mr. Buerger as Mr. Pringle completes yesterday's 
test papers. The faculty catch up on the daily notices and exchange information in the mail room. 



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Lucille Aingworth 

English, Chairman 

Columbia 
B. A. 
M. A. 





Olin A. Bailey 



Rio Grande College 
Western Reserve 
Ohio State 




Stephen College 
Cornegie Tech 
Lake Erie 




Bruce M. Barlow 

Industrial Arts 

Ohio State 
Wilmington College 
B. Sc. 




Lillian C. Barrow 

Business Education 

Ohio University 
Muskingum College 
Pittsburgh University 
B. Sc. 
M. A. 





Robert Bennett 


Harold Bli 


English, Social Studies 


English 


Ohio State 

Amsterdam University 
Western Reserve 
Mexico City College 
Lindar University 


Otterbein 
Western R 
B. A. 
M. A. 




Homeroom 1 1 1 comes up for a bit of early morning wisdom. 



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Clemens E. Biauch 


Willard Boerge 


Social Studies 


Industrial Arts 


Kent State 
Univ. of Akron 
Ohio State 


Ohio Stote 
B. Sc. 




Coaches Mohr and Nelson diag 




Jean Bowditch 




Mary Joan Bridges 

English, Spanish 

Grove City College 
B. A. 




Adrian J. Buerger 

Mathematics 




North Central College 
Ohio State 
Western Reserve 




steals the scene from Mr. Eckert, Mr. Ro- 
and Mr. Hawver at the footbGll pass gate. 




Pera Campbell 

English 

Defiance 

Ohio State 

Univ. of Wisconsin 




Mary Jane Davenport 

Business Education 

Univ. of Toledo 
B. A. 



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Marion Dise 


Clarence f. Eckert 


Home Economics, 


Industrial Arts 


Chairman 






Kent State 


Ohio State 


B. Sc. 


Univ. of Minnesota 


M. A. 


Western Reserve 





inspects the bird 





Wilton E. Eckley 


Aloysius C. Galicki 


English, Journalism 


Industrial Arts 


Ohio University 


Ohio Univ. 


Mt. Union 
Penn State 
Western Reserve 
B. A. 
M. A. 


Kent State 
John Carroll 
Western Reserve 
Fenn 
B. Sc. 




M. Ed. 




Clayton D. George 

Business Education 






Joseph C. Gram 


Ralph A. Grear 


Phys. Education 


Biology, Psychology 


Ohio State 
Western Reserve 
B. Sc 


Heidelberg 
Emory Univ. 
Western Reserve 




The Chaperones take a break at the Senior Party. 



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Sobro Hansen 


Dale Harper 


English, Government 


Music, Chairman 


Univ. of Louisville 
DePauw Univ. 
B. A. 


Cincinnati Conservatory 

of Music 
Univ. of Cincinnati 
Western Reserve 
B. 5c. 




Mr. Robuck consults Mr. Webster in his senior English class. 




Ray Harper 

Mathematics, Science 

Muskingum College 
Ohio State 
B. Sc. 




Alice Hawkins 

Business Educatic 
Univ. of Oklahon 




W. Dean Ha 




R. M. Hungerford 

Industrial Arts 

Hiram College 
Kent State 
B. A. 
B. Sc. 



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Camera attitudes vary from Mr. Galicki's dis 
interest to Mr. Wallace's threatening glance. 





Frances 


Hutson 


J. L. Jenkins 


English, 


Social Studies 


English, Dramatics 


Western 
Miami 
B. A. 


i Reserve 


Indiana Univ. 
B. Sc. 

M. A. 



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Everett C. Johnston 

English 



Mr. Robuck, Mr. McKelvey and Mr. 

Whiteside enjoy a break between classes. 




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Albert J. J 


udge 


Chemistry. 


Physic: 


Kent State 

Kenyon 

Univ. of Florida 

B. Sc. 

M. Ed. 




Richard R. Keay 

Chemistry, Ind. Arts 

Kent State 
Western Reserve 
Ohio State 




Edith K. Lemon 

Home Economics 

Northwestern 
Western Reserve 
B. Sc. 




Jack L. Lewis 

Social Studies 

Bowling Green 

Kent State 

B. Sc. in Business 

Administration 
B. Sc. in Ed. 





Lee Lillick 


Mary Patricia Marsh 


Phys. Ed. 


Home Arts 


West Virginia Univ. 
Kent State 


Villa Maria College 
B Sc. 




Who can forget Mr. Supance's and Mr. Boerger's patience? 
There is still a question as to why their hair isn't gray. 



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Joseph P. Maye 



Baldwin-Wallac< 
Western Reserv 
8. Sc. 
M. A. 







Donald McGinley 

Science 



Dovid N. McKelvey 

Business Education 

Muskingum 
Indiana Unrversity 
B A. 




Nancy McMahon 

English 

Bucknell University 
B A. 




Ann Meinzen 




Mr. Thompson and Miss Schmidt 
look over the Guinea pig situation. 




Edmund C. Mize 

Business Education 

Ohio State 
Kent State 
Ohio University 
B. Sc. 




Bowling Green 
Baldwin Wallac 
Western Reserv 



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Herbert Nold 

Industrial Arts 



Dhio University 
3owling Green 



There's Mr. Boerger again with the other teachers at the 
Tasty Shop. Mr. Gram is very disgusted with the whole 
business, someone must have put cream in his coffee. 




Patry 

Phys. Educat 





Emmaline Peyser 

Mathematics 




John 


J. Pohto 


Industrial Arts 


Ohio 


State 


Westi 


?rn Reserve 


Univ. 


of Delawai 


Univ. 


of Colored. 


Fenn 


College 


Kent 


State 




Denison 
Radcliffe 
Western Reserve 
New York University 
Middlebury College 




Gene M. Pillot 

Mathematics 

Ohio State 
Kent State 
Western Reserve 




s Campbell explains to Miss Williams the 
ling events in the Student Council room. 




Frank S. Pringle 

English 

St. Bonaventure 
St. Francis College 
Bucknell University 
John Carroll 
Western Reserve 
Penn. Ext. 
B. A. 




John Reeves 

Business Education 

Western Reserve 
Kent State 
B. Sc. 

M. A. 




'Now to rest our aching feet" 




Leonard E. Robuck 

English, Speech 

Western Reserve 
B. A. 
M. A. 




Joan Schellentrager 

Phys. Education 




Mary Kay Schmidt 




Dolores Simmons 

Business Educatioi 

Bowling Green 
Kent State 
B. Ed. 






Poese truly believes "A stitch in time saves nine.' 



Ohio Northern Uni> 
ColumDia 
B. A. 
M. A. 



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H. W. Spongier 


Merwin R. Staines 


Science 


Industrial Arts 


Heidelberg 
Western Reserve 
B. A. 
M, 5. 


New York State Uni\ 
Muhlenberg College 
Univ. of Colorado 
B. Sc. 
M. Ed. 



Taylor led the choir so vigorously, he broke 
Drm. It's the results that count, right Mr. "T"? 




Allan G. Stejskal 
Social Studies 
John Carroll 




Helen 


F. Stewart 


Social 


Studies 


Kent 


State 


Ohio 


State 


Weste 


irn Reserve 


Univ. 


of Hawaii 


Univ. 


of Zurich 


B. Sc 


in Ed. 




Edwin J. Stoch 

Bowling Green 




John Supance 

Industrial Arts 

Ohio Univ. 
Stevens Point 

College 
Kent State 
B. Sc. in Ed. 





Clarence Swackhamer 


Sam W. Taylor 


Phys. Education, Chair- 


Music 


Ohio Univ. 
Columbia 

Wilmington College 
Ohio State 


High Point College 

Northwestern 
B. Sc. in Music 
M. A. 





D. W. Thompson 

Mathematics 

Muskingum College 
Butler Univ. 
B. A. 





Frank Troglio 
Industrial Arts 




Kent State 
Western Reserve 
B. 9c. in Ed. 



Anthony V. Vaccariello 

Spanish 

Miami 

Western Reserve 

B. Sc. in Ed. 




Fred A. Vollman 

Industrial Arts, 



Cleve. Institute of Art 
Western Reserve 
Kent State 




Paul Wallace 

Baldwin-Wallace 

Bowling Green 
B. A. 




Stanley I. Whiteside 

Social Studies, chairman 

Ohio State 

Ohio Univ. 

Univ. of Wisconsin 

Lewis ond Clark College 




Co-ordinator Special 
Achievement Progr 

Gberlin College 
Ohio State 
Western Reserve 






Beula Wilson 

Mathematics 



The last f 



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LIBRARIANS 

J. Bowditch, Z. Dellinger 



SECRETARIES 



Mrs. L. Winters, Miss A. DeGirolamo, Mrs. 
L. Baron, Miss M. Lovett. Mrs. J. Boyer. 



PUPIL PERSONNEL 

1st Row: E. Wright, M. Maclnnis, 
Shainoff, N. Galvez, D. Sweet. H. Eise 
berg. 

2nd Row: R. Winters. J. Broz, W. Harmc 
J. Bergem, P. Mulroy, E. Wilson, H. Wis 
A. Hamlin, B. James, J. Clark. 




NURSE 

HELEN WISE, R. N. 



CUSTODIANS 

GEORGE BREWSTER and JERRY GANSER 




CAFETERIA STAFF 

Left to Right: Mrs. Turk, Mrs. Zimmerman, /Mrs. Youngberg, Mrs. Forgione, Mr: 
Pesec, Mrs. Sandberg, Mrs. Malliski, Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Bitzer, Mrs. Dondrec 
Mrs. Paladino, Mrs. Straka, Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Brashear. 



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Seniors 



With an eye toward the future 
the Seniors worked together mak- 
ing their last year a momentous 
one. Friends became closer, 
underclassmen were regarded with 
warmth and a little envy, and the 
teachers received gratitude and 
thanks for their patience and 
understanding. 



As the year slowly drew to a 
close, dreams turned into reality 
as Seniors began their march into 
the future. Someday they will 
look back to their days at Euclid 
High remembering "the happy days 
of youthful pleasure, learning, liv- 
ing life so dear" and the "memor- 
ies of our friendships here will 
lift our hearts to Euclid High." 






SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

A. Flocke, Treasurer; D. Lockwood, President. B. Gerland, Vice President; J. Sanda, Secretary 




Entering the doors of Euclid High 
in September 1954, the Class of '57 
found a school new to tradition and 
spirit. Our Junior year found us or- 
ganizing the first guidance council 
and dancing to the music of Harry 
Hershey at the "Southern Plantation". 

It was in our Junior year that the 
spirit finally arrived. As Seniors, it 
was our job to continue the spirit. 
For the first time our football team 
brought home a victory on Homecom- 
ing. Both the football team and cross 
country won Lake Erie League Cham- 
pionships. 

The Senior Prom, picnic, assembly, 
and graduation helped to complete a 
perfect year. In the future, the Class 
of '57 can look back with pride and 
happy memories at their years at Eu- 
clid High. 



SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS 

Mr. F. Johns and Miss W. Gillman 



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SENIOR CABINET 

At desks: A. Flocke, M. Yager. B. Leybeck, G. Hunt, C. Conrod, M. Palumbo. 

2nd Row: J. Sanda, E. Mylar, D. Pourse, I. Berardinelli, D. Hall, S. Foster, B. Stone. 

3rd Row: M. Rankin, D. Marcus, S. Knowles, G. Allison, J. Whisler. 

Standing: D. Lockwood, J. Goebelbecker, K. Modic, P. Smith, B. Ambrose, J. Ridinger, B. Kaib, E. Fuller, 

D. Larick, D. McCarthy, J. Williams, N. Browning, J. Emerich, P. Strohm, B. Gerland, K. Krotine, 

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SENIOR GUIDANCE COUNCIL 

1st Row: D. Brigger, C. Conrad, A. Borden, J. Sanda, R. Templin, M. Hummon, C. Wright, C. Gauch, 

N. Broos. 
2nd Row: D. McGinley, W. Milligan, D. McCarthy, R. Newcomb, B. Gerland, L. Kelly. D. Thompson. 



ALBERTONE, DOMINIC 

"DOM" 
"To thine own self be true" 

N.F.L. 3, 4; World Affairs 
1, Pres. I; Basketball 1, 2; 
Student Council 1; Squire? 
Hi-Y 3; Golf Club 2, 4; 
Basketball Club 3; Chess 
Club 3; Hearts 4. 



AMBROSE, ROBERT 

"BOB" 
"Life is too short" 



ANDERSON, SALLY 

"ZOSH" 

"Blond bombshell" 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Megaphone 
Club 2; Big Show Cast 2, 
4; Choir 1, 2, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; Friendship 2, 
3; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Pinochle Club I. 



ANSPAUGH, STEPHEN 

"STEVE" 
"Steve fills the bill" 

Transferred from Indiana in 




ALLISON, GEORGENE 

"GENIE" 
"Year round favorite" 



ANDERSON, ALVIN 

"AL" 

"Watch the birdie" 

Tennis 3, 4; Camera Club 
1, 4; Pinochle Club 2; Chess 
Club 3. 



ANSON, BARBARA 

"AN" 



"Is that 



imp?" 



angel 



F.T.A. 2, 3; Stage Crew 4, 
Red Cross 3; Friendship 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 4; Art 
Club 2; Woodshop 3; Sing- 
ing for Fun 4. 



APOLSKI, LORETTA 

"RETTA" 

"Fancy free and full of fun" 

Girl's Glee Club 1; Friend- 
ship 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 
4; Service Squad 2; Dance 
Club I; Woodshop 3. 



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APPLEBY, JOAN 

"JAY" 

'A friendly gal with many 
a pal" 

-I.F.L. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
/ice-pres. 4; Exec, board 3, 
I; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Movie 
Zlub 1; Majorette Club 2; 
'loy Night, Spring Ploy, All 
,chool Play Prod. Staff 2, 
I 4- Big Show Prod. Staff 
\, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 
l; Monitor 4; Social Club I; 
>re-Med Club 2; Nat'l. 
-tonor Society. 



AYALA, ROSITA 




"ROSITA" 




"A 


warm friend in 

midst" 


our 


3.A.A 


1, 3, 4; Big 


Show 


3ond 


3, 4; Concert 


Bond 


, 2, 


3, 4; Marching 


Band 


2, 3, 


4' Friendship 


2, 4; 


Dance 


Club 1; Service 


Club 


2; Pony Chorus 3, 4. 





BAKER, JO ANN 

"JODY" 

"A dosh of suaor, a doih 

of ipice; Thar'i our Jody — 

devilish and nice" 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 
2 3; Student Council 3; All 
School Ploy, Play Night 
Prod. Staff 3; Big Show 
Prod. Staff 4; Cast 3; Sur- 
vey Edit. Staff 2, 3; Bus. 
Staff 2, 3; Friendship 2, 3, 
4; Usher 2; Honor Stud/ 
Hall 3, 4; Canasta Club 2, 
3; Choir i, 2, 4; Girl's Glee 
Club 3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 



BARDEN, ANN 

"ELSE" , 



"A— You're 



adorable" 



2, 3, 



G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
4; Advisory Board 4; Letter- 
winner 1 , 4; Guidance Coun- 
cil 3, 4. Sec'y 4; Student 
Council 4; Megaphone Club 
I; Big Show Cost 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 
Council 4; Madrigals 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 3; Octet 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 3; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Honor Studv 
Hall 3; Golf Club 2; Nat'l. 
Honor Society 4. 




AYALA, RICHARD 

"DICK" 

"Knowing him makes you 
like him" 

Big Show Band 2, 3, 4; 
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pinochie Club 3, 4. 



BAGINSKI, HELGA 

"HELGA" 

"She shines from within" 

Entered Euclid in Jr. year. 
G.A.A.; Hall Guard 4; 
Friendship 4; Browsing Club 
3; Creative Writing 4. 



BALICE, 


ANTIONETTE 




"TONI 




"A mo 


del of 


beauty" 


F.T.A. 2, 
G.A.A. 1, 


3, 4; 
2, 3, 


G.L.C. 1, 
4; Letter- 



winner I; Student Council 
I, 2, 3; Megaphone Club 
2; F.N.A. 1; All School Play; 
Play Night, Spring Play 
Prod. Staff 2; Big Show 
Prod. Staff 2, 4; Choir 1; 
Girl's Glee Club 1; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Usher 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Monitor 3; Drama Club I, 
Pres. 1; Canasta Club 3, 
Pres. 3. 



BARROWS, EULALIA 

"LA LA" 

"Sweet and gentle" 

G.A.A. 1, 3, 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3; Big Show Cast 
3, 4; Friendship 1, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Dance Club 
1; Service Club 2; Pony 
Chorus 3, 4. 



BARTKO, ERNESTINE 

"SNOOKS" 

"Still os the night" 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship 4 
Appreciation 3 



Chon 



Club 4. 



BAUMERT, DIANE 

"DEE" 

"She's found o woy to stay 
carefree and gay" 

G.A.A. I, 2; Majorette Club 
2, 3; Girl's Glee Club 1 ; 
Friendship 2, 3; Charm Club 



BERAN, PATRICIA 

"PAT" 

"How cute eon you be" 

Nat'l. Quill and Scroll 4, 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Prom Comm 
3, Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Sub 3, Majorette 4; Bic 
Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Prod 
Staff 3; Marching Band 3 
4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 3, 4; Survey Edit 
Staff 3, 4; Snoopy 4 
Eucuyo 4, Asst. Editor 4 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Usher 2 
Honor Study Hall 3; Paint- 
ing and Drawing 2; Pony 
Chorus 3; Publications 4. 



BEREZONSKY, CAROL 

"CAROL" 

"In her quietness she'll 
be heard" 

FT. A. 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; F.N. A. 4; World Affair; 
4; Bia Show 2; Choir I, 2; 
Cadet Choir 4; Girl's Glee 
Club 3, 4; Friendship I; 



chle 
Squad 3. 



Club 




BATTUNG, JEANNE 

"BATTY" 



"The 


mark of intelligence" 


N.F.L 


1, 2; N. H. S. 


3, 4; 


F.T.A 


3; G.A.A. 2, 


3, 4; 


Class 


Pres. 1; Student 


Coun- 


cil 1 


Swim Club 3, 


4; F. 


N.A. 


4; All School 


Play 


Prod. 


Staff 4; Euclidia 


t Bus. 


Staff 


2, 3; Friendsh 


ip 3; 


Hono 


Study Hall 


3, 4; 


Dram 


atics Club 1; Golf Club 



BENIC, DONALD 

"SPEEDY" 
"Goin' fishing" 

icra Club 2; Foremc 



BERARDINELLI, IRENE 

"IRENE" 
"I'm happy that I'm living" 



Room 



V 1, 2, 3; Letter 
enior Cabinet 4; 

4; Ad Club 3, 4; 
rette Club 2, 3; Euclid- 
Bus. Staff 4; Friendship 
, 4; Ushe " 



Dan 



Co 



Club 1; 
rvice Club 



BERLO, ROCHELLE 

"ROCHELLE" 

"Nothing's impossible to o 
willing heart" 

G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Big Show Prod. Stoff 3; 
Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Pinochle 
Club 2; Nat'l. Honor Society 



BEYER, DOUGLAS 

"DOUG" 
'Cheer up — The Good 



Mo 



her 



Footb-ill 1, Letterman 1; 
3asketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man I; Wrestling 1, Letter- 
rncn 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Lettermon 1; Letterman'-, 
Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 
4; Key Club 4; Gymnastic 
CI .b 1; Automotives 2; 
Baskteball Club 3, 4. 



BINDOKAS, CAROL 

"BENNIE" 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 
I; Guidance Council 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Student Council 
2; Majorette Club 3, 4; 
Majorette 3; Megaphone 2; 
S rvev Bus. Staff 2; Friend- 
ship 2, 3; Usher 3; Dance 
Club 1; Pinochle 3; Chess 
Club 4. 



BISBEE, MARILYN 

"MARILYN" 



G.A.A. 



tender" 

; Movie Club 4; 
Book store 4; Friendship 2; 
Pinochle 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Red Cross 1; Pres. 
1; Service Club 2. 



BOST, ANN ETTA 

"ANN" 



G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 
Friendship 3, 4; 



37 




BILL, GARY 

"CARMEN" 



Dtball 



Letten 



Wrestling 1, Lette 
Baseball ' 



Lette 

Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3, 4; Letterman's Club 
3, 4; Boy's Leaders Club 1; 
Student; Council 2; Swim 
Club 3, 4; Lords Hi-Y 2, 
3, 4, Treas. 2, 3; Dance 
Club 1; Golf Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pinochle 2; Hall Guard 3, 
4; Capt. 3, 4; Golf Team 2, 
3, 4, Capt. 3, 4; Letter- 
man 2, 3, 4; Spirits 3, 4. 



BIRKIC, DAVID 

"DAVE" 

y way to 



"I 



her, 



Football 2, 4; Key Club 4; 
Concert Band I, 2, 3; 
Marching Band 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Models Club 
1; Wrestling Club 2; Golf 
Club 3. 



BOGGS, JACK 

"JACK" 



Basketball 2; Canasta 3; 
Golf Club 4; Fishing Club 1; 
Pinochle Club 2. 



BOWERS, ELIZABETH 

"BETH" 

"High Stepper" 

G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, 
Maiorette 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Band 3, 4; Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 3, 4; Friend- 
ship 3; Honor Study Hall 
4; Dance Club 1; Travel 
Club 1; Service Squad 2; 
Music Appreciation 3; Pony 
Chorus 3. 



BRATUSH, CHARLENE 

"CHAR" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, 
Sec. 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Club 
1, 2; All School Play, Spring 
Play Cast 3, 4; Play Night 
Prod. Staff 3; Thespians 3, 
4; Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4, 
Accountant 4; Friendship 2, 
3, 4, Usher 2; Choir 1; 
Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



BREWSTER, GAIL 

"GAIL" 



"Ideals control the 



orld" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 
4; Reperesentative Cleve. 
District F.T.A. 3; Vice-pres. 
4; World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
1, Ad Club 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Choir " 



Cho 



Cou 



il 3, 4, Hi: 



Madrigals 4; 
Euclidian Edit. Staff 2, 4, 
Script Editor 4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Friendship 2, 
3, 4, Y-Teens 1; Sec 1, 
Girl's Printing Club 2; Pony 
Chorus 3, 4. 



BRINOVEC, MARLENE 

"MAR" 

"Friendliness Excels" 

Megaphone Club 2; F.N. A, 
4; Friendship 2; Dance Club 
1; Girl's Golf 2; Pinochle 
3; Charm Club 4, Treas. 4. 



BROWNING, EDWARD 

"NED" 



Nat'l Athletic Scholarship 
Society 3, 4; Track 1; Ten- 
nis 2, 3; Swimming 2, 3, 
4, Letterman 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 3, 4, Vicepres. 
4; Boy's Leaders 1; Student 
Council 3; Hall Guard 1, 2, 
3, 4, Copt. 4; Swim Club 2, 
3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4; 
Nobles Hi-Y 4, Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Tumbling Club 
1; Advanced Zoology Club 
3; Nat'l Honor Society 4. 




BRAUNLICH, DAVID 

"BONES" 

"Tall and thin 
with a cheery grin" 

Basketball 2, 3 ,4; Base- 
ball 4; Track 2, 3; Chess 
Club 1; Basketball Club 2, 



BRIGGER, DIANE 

"BOOG - Dl" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. 
Cabinet 3; Guidance Council 
3, 4, Sec. 3; Prom Comm. 
1, 3; Spring Sports Attend- 
ant 1, 2; Megaphone Club 

1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 

2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 3, 
4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; 
Choir I, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3, Edit. Staff 4, Edi- 
tor-in-Chief 4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Service Club 1, Vice-pres. 1; 
Spirits 4. 



BROOS, NANCY 

"BRUCE" 

"Dark Eyes" 

Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Guidance Council 4; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff 4, Sec'y 4; 
Art Club I; Chess Club 2, 
3; Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



BULICEK, PATRICIA 

"PATTI" 



F.T.A. 3; Ad Club 4; Maj- 
orette Club 2; Megaphone 
Club 2; All School Play Cast 
1; Choir 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Student Council 3; G.L.C. 
1, 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
4; Friendship 2, 4; Service 
Club 1; Dramatics Club I; 
Dance Comm. I; Nat'l Hon- 
or Society 4. 



38 



BURGER, VERNON 

"VERNON" 



Cross Country 4, Letterman 
4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Letterman 1, 3, 4; Track 3, 
4; Choir I. 2, 3, 4; Madri- 
gals 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
3, 4; Model Airplane Club 
I; Wrestling Club 2, 4; 
Golf Club 3. 



BURNETT, MONROE 



Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 
2, 3, 4, Octet 2, 3, 4; Big 
Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Stamp 
Club 1; Hearts Club 2; 
Chef's Club 3; Pinochle 4. 



"N 



CAMM, NANCY 

"NAN" 
?ver a dull moment" 



G.A.A. 1; P.A. Club 1; Al 
School Play Prod. Staff 3 
Big Show Prod. Staff 3 
Friendship 2, 3; Y-Teens 1 
Typing 3; Knitting Club 2 
Hope Chest 4. 



CARR, CHARLENE 

"CHUCKLE" 
"Easy going-Easy knowing" 

G.A.A. I, 2; Concert Band 

1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 

2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Platter 
Club 1; Travel Club 4. 




BURMEISTER, DALE 

"BUTCH" 
"His caret are few" 



BURR, BARBARA 

"BARB" 

"Deeds, not words ore 
repaid" 

G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Red 
Cross 3, Sec'y 3; Concert 
Band 1; Girl's Glee Club 4; 
Cadet Choir 4; Friendshio 



CARPENTER, CAROL 

"CARPY" 

"Socialability" 

F.T.A. 3; G.L.C. I; G.A.A. 1. 
2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1; Hall 
Guard 3; Megaphone Club 
2, 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4, 
Pinochle 4. 



CARR, SHARON 

"SHERRY" 
"Naturalness is her virtue" 



Cho 



Con 



3; F.N.A. 3, 



2; Euclidic 



Staff 2, 3; Friendship 2, 3, 
4, Usher 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Card Club 1, 2, 
Sec'y 1; Service Club 3, 4, 



CEFARATTI, VINCE 

"WINCE" 



estling I; Boy's Leader's 
Boys Glee Club 3; Hi-Y 
Gymnastic Club 2; 
•estling Club 1. 



CHAUBY, CLARISSA 

"CLARE" 



F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; F.N. A. 4, Jr. Red Cross 
3; Big Show 2; Choir 1, 2; 
Girl's Glee Club 4; Cadet 
Choir 4; Friendship 2, 3; 
Honir Study Hall 3, 4; Rec- 
reation Club 1; Pinochle 
Club 1; Home Nursing Club 



CLAYTON, JOYCE 

"JOYCIE" 
full of 



"Sh 



fy" 



G.L.C. 4; G.AA. 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Oil Painting I; Home Nurs- 
ing Club 2; Archery Club 3. 



CLEMENTS, MARY 

"MARY" 



ndship 3, 4; He 



Hall 3, 4; Pii 




CHAPMAN, ROBERT 

"BOB" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Nat'l Athletic Scholarship 
Society 3, 4; Football 1; 
Cross Country 4, Letterman 
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Man- 
ager 2, 3, Letterman 3; 
Track 1 ; Lettermen's Club 
3, 4; Prom Comm. I; Stu- 
dent Council I, 4, Treas. 1 ; 
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; 
Choir I; Euclidian Edit. 
Staff 4, Mounting Editor 4; 
Honor Study Hall 4; Gym- 
nastics Club 1; Golf Club 2; 
Chef Club 3; Pinochle Club 
4; Nat'l Honor Socitey 4. 



CLARKE, JOANN 



"Sophisticated Lady" 

F.T.A. 
G.L.C. 

Letterwinner 1; Prom Comm. 
1, 3; Student Council 3; 
All School Play Director 1; 
Big Show Prod. Staff I; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Dramatics 
Club I; Canasta Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3; Service 
Club 1, Sec'y I; Nat'l Hon- 
or Society 4. 



CLAYTON, ROBERT 

"BOB" 



"Though he's quiet and shy; 
Bob's really quite a guy" 



"A 



COHEN, SERENE 

"SHORTY" 
charming little Mis 



G.A.A. 2; Choir 1. 2' Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 2, 3; Friend- 
ship 4; Canasta Club 3; 
Knitting Club 2; Dance Club 
2; Painting and Drawing 4. 



COLLEDGE, JUNE 

"WOCN" 

"One of the best" 

G.A.A. I, 3; Big Show Cast 
3; Choir 1; Friendship 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, Moni- 
tor 3; Dance Club 1, 2; 
Charm Club 2, 4; Red Cross 
Club 3. 



CONRAD, CHERYL 

"CHERI" 

"Style all the while" 

G.L.C. 1, 3, Honor Member 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Class 
Cabinet 3, 4; Guidance 
Council 3, 4; Prom Comm. 
3; Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4, 
School Editor 4; Friendship 
2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Pinochle Club 2; Service 
Club 1. 



CONTENZA, HARVEY 

"HARV" 



Basketball 1; Hunting Club 
I; Weightlifting Club 2: 
Basketball Club 2; Pinoch- 
le Club 3, 4. 



CGRSARO, BARBARA 

"SHORTY" 




COLTRIN, ROBERT 



"Spech 



gold" 



Movie Club I, Pres. 1 
Stage Crew 2; Key Club 2, 
3; Big Show Band 3; Con- 
cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 
of Directors 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Offi- 
cer 4; Pit Band 3, 4- 
Printing Club I; Chess Club 
3; Physics Club 4; Flash 
Cards 3; Nat'l Honor Society 



CONROY, JOHN 

"JOHN" 

"The friendly way is his 
way" 



CORRON, SHIRLEY 

"SHIRL" 

"Let the clouds roll by" 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Friendship 2; Choir 1, 2; 
Knitting Club 2; Glee Club 
1; Pinochle Club 3, 4; Big 
Show Cast 2. 



COURTOT, EILEEN 

"CORKY OR El" 

"She carries a smile for all" 

Canasta Club 1; Charm Club 
1; Honor Study Hall 4. 



COVILL, JOYCE 

"JOY" 
"She knows the ways 



the 



rid" 



Painting and Drawing Club 
4; Canasta 3; Ballroom 
Dancing 2; Knitting Club 2; 
Honor Study Hall 4. 



CRAMER, ROBERT 

"BOB" 



is a main attraction 

Football I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 1, 3, 4, Capt. 4; Bask- 
etball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 
I; Track 1, 2 3, Letterman 
1, 3, Capt. I; Lettermens 
Club 3, 4, Pres. 4; Class 
Pres. 3; Class Cabinet 2, 
3, 4; Prom Comm. 3; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3, 4, Exec. 
Board 3, 4; Parlimentarian 
4; Big Show Cast 2; Boys 
Glee Club 2; Survey Bus. 
Staff 2; Regents Hi-Y 2, 
3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Quarter- 
back Club 2, 3, 4. 



D'AMICO, CAROLE 

"DEE" 

"Always gay - That's her 
way" 

G.A.A. 1; Megaphone Club 
I; Junior Red Cross 1; 
Choir I; Girl's Glee Club 3; 
Friendship 2; Oil Painting I; 
Golf Club 2; Pinochle Club 
3; Charm Club I, 



DeLAUER, DOUGLAS 

"DOUG" 



Honor Study Hall I; Che 
Club 1; Fencing Club 
Pinochle Club 3. 




COY, DAVID 

"DAVID" 

"Effort is his middle name" 

Football 1. 2, Letterman 1; 
Cross Country 3, Letterman 
3; Track 2, 3, Letterman 3. 



CRANE, BRUCE 

"BRUCE" 

"An all 'round good fellow" 

Football I 2; Basketball I; 
Track 2; Boys Leaders Club 
I; Student Council 2; Hon- 
or Study Hall 3; Dance Club 
I; Quarterback Club 2; Pi- 
nochle Club 3; Tumbling 
Club I. 



DANLEY, PATRICIA 

"PAT'S 

"With determination for a 

motto, she's sure to 

succeed" 

G.A.A. I, 2, 3; Bookstore 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Rec- 
reation Club 1; Golf Club 



DENIHAN, ROBERT 

"BOB" 

"I've no reason to complain" 

Football I, 3; Wrestling 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 
Treas. 3; Aulomotives I: 
Track Club 1; Weightlifting 
Club 2; Quarterback Club 
3; Wrestling Club 4. 



42 



DOMITOR. LYNDA 

"LYNN" 

"The problem is not how to 

add years to your life, but 

life to your years" 

Not'l Forensic League 4; 
G.A.A. 3; Majorette Club 
3; Survey Edit Staff 3; 
Friendship 3; Chess Club 1 ; 
College Reading Club 2. 



DOTY, TOM 

"FORKBALL" 

i answer to every 
question" 



Baseball 2; Dan 
Pinochle Club 2; 



Club 
rchery 



DOWNING, ROBERT 

"BOB" 



Dancing Club 1; Drawing 
Club 2, 3; Hearts Club 3; 
Art Club 4. 



DROBNICK, JAMES 

"NICK" 
"I dream such foolish 



Stage Crew 1; Hearts Club 
2, 3, 4; Weight-lifting, Let- 
terman 1; Ballroom Dancing 
1; Platter Fans 1; Century 
Club 1. 



43 




DONAHUE, GUY 

"GUY" 

f action or 



"All 



Football I; Basketball I, 2, 
3; Track I; Tennis 2; Boy's 
Leaders Club 1; Prom 
Comm. 3; Student Council 
3, 4, Exec. Board 3, 4; All 
School Play Cast 2, Prod. 
Staff 2; Big Show Cast 2; 
Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3; 
Lord's Hi-Y 3. 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Thespians 
2; Basketball Club 3; Pre- 
Med 2; Golf Club 3; Hall 
Guard 3, 4. 



DOUGLAS, HENRY 



Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 
1; Boys Leaders I, 4; Class 
Cabinet 3; Prom Comm. 3; 
A School Play, Spring Play 
Cast I, 3, Prod. Staff 2; 
Big Show Cast 2; Boys Glee 
Club 2, 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3. 4; Dance Club I; 
Golf Club 2; Fencing Club 
2; Basketball Club 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 4. 



DRESHER, MARY 

"DRESH" 



! so bright 
lys right ' 



Nat'l Forensic League 4; G. 
A. A. 3; Megaphone Club 
3; Survey 3; Friendship 3; 
College Reading 4. 



DUVAL, JULES 

"JULES" 



for 

Nat'l Forensic League 4; 
Basketball 1, Letterman 1; 
Track 2; Swimming 2; Boys 
Leaders 1; Student Council 
2, 4; Swim Club 2; PA Club 
2, 3, Tech. 2; Hi-Y 2; 
Spring Play 1; Dramatics 
Club 1; Swim Club 2; Of- 
ficials Club 3; Cancsta Club 



ECKERMAN, NANCY 

"ECK" 
"The height of delight" 

FT. A. 4; G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 

1, 2, 3; Class Cabinet 2; 
Prom Comm. 1 ; Prom At- 
tended I; Student Council 

2, 3; Ad Club 2, 3; Swim 
Club 2, 3. 4; P. A. Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Tech. I. 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. i, Treas. 4; Bookstore 
1; All School Play Night. 
Cast 2, Prod. Staff 2, 3; 
Survey Bus. Staff 4; Oil 
Painting 1 ; Y-Teen 1; Flash 
Cards 3. 



EIDENIER, HARRY 

"ORRIN" 

"Ten O'clock Scholar" 

Wrestling I, Letterman 
Baseball I, Letterman 
Student Council I; Dar 
Club I; Automotives 
Hearts 3, 4. 



EISKONEN, CAROL 

"ESKY" 



Friendship 2, 
Club I; Ch 
Pres. 4. 



ELRICK, RICHARD 

"RICH" 



"He has that 

Basketball 1, 



ung 



3; Wrestling 
2; lennis I; Hi-Y 3, Treas. 
4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Dance Club 1; Chess Club 
2; Pinochle Club 3; Wrest- 
ling 4. 




EDDY, THOMAS 

"TOM" 

'King of speech" 

Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 
4; Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. 
FT. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidance 
Council 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil I, 4; Hall Guard 1, 3; 
P. A. Announcer 3, 4; Eucuyo 
2, 3, 4, Pres. 3' Honor 



EISEN, GERALD 

"JERRY" 



ELICKER, FRED 

"FRED" 

"Clothes make the mc 

Cross Country 2, 3. 4, 
terman 2, 3; Track 2; 
termen's Club 2, 3, 4; Dc 
Club 1; Track 2; Offii 
Club 3; Canasta Club 



EMERICH, JOHN 

"JOHNNY" 



Council 2, 3; Ca 
3; P. A. Technicu 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



EMTER, LYNN 

"LYNN" 

"The best is good enough" 

Swimming 2; Dance Club I; 
Automotive Club 2; Hearts 
3; Canasta Club 4. 



ERZEN, MARILYN 

"SALLY-BRILLA" 

"Slim and Trim" 

Junior Red Cross 3; Big 
Show Prod. Staff 4; Girl's 
Glee Club I; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Service Squad 2. 



FEDERICO, FRANK 

"FRANK" 

"We soy well of Frank" 

Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 
3. 4; Basketball 1, 2; Wrest- 
ling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4; 
Baseball 2; Track 2, 3; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Junior Red 
Cross 2, 3, 4; Boys Glee 
Club 1; Survey Edit. Staff 
2; Lord's Hi-Y 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Quarterback 
Club 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 
Club 1. 



FINKE, BRUCE 

"FINK" 

"Shy Guy" 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 2; 
Baseball I; Boys Leaders 1 
2;' Student Council 1; Junior 
Red Cross 1; Gymnastics I; 
Basketball Club 2; Hearts 
Club 3; Scrabble Club 4. 




ERICKSON, BRUCE 

"BRUCE" 



Student Council 4; Choir 1; 
Hi-Y I; Pinochle Club 1, 2, 
3; Physics Club 4. 



FASIMPAUR, RONALD 

"RON" 



FENSTER, ERIC 

"DEEJAY" 



vledge 



power" 

Tennis 2, 



World Affair: 
3, 4, Letteri 
Cabinet 3; Prom Comm. 
3; Student Council 3; PA 
Announcer 4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 3; Math Club 1; Ad- 
vanced Zoology 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 2; Creative Writing 
3; Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



FIORETTI, DOLORES 

"DEE" 

"A merry heart cheers 
all day" 

G.A.A. I; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Friendship 2, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Rec- 



FLOCKE, ANN 

"ANNE" 



Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2. 3, 4, Treas. 4, 
Exec. Board 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabi- 
net 4, Treas. 4; Student 
Council 4; Big Show Band 
3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 
4; Marching Band 2. 3, 4; 
Pit Band 4; Friendship 2. 
3, 4; Girls Sports Club 1; 
Drawing and Painting 2; 
Student-Faculty Comm. 4. 



FOSTER, ROBERT 

"ROBERTO" 

"Bobs are in fashion" 

Track 3; Camera Club 2 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4 
Model AirHane Club I; Gol 
Club 2; Advanced Zoolog 
Club 4. 



FOX, WAYNE 

"FOXY" 

"Crazy like a fox" 

Nat'l Athletic Scholarship 
Society 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 
4, Letterman 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 3, 4; Gymnastics 
Club 1; Golf Club 2; Biology 
Club 3; Wrestlina Club 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



FRENCH, JUDITH 

"JUDIE" 
"Life is full of surprise! 




FOCARETT, TONY 

"TONY" 

"A gallanf guy in every 
way 



Football I, 2, 
4; Lettermens 
Reaents Hi-Y 
Club I, 2, 3, 4 



I; Letterman 
Club 3, 4; 
4; Footboll 



FOSTER, SUE 

"BUG" 



die" 



G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. I, 2, 4; 
Class Cabinet 4; Homecom- 
ing Attendant 2; Megaphone 
Club 1; All School Play 
Cast 1; Survey Bus. Staff 
3; Friendship 2, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Pinochle 2, 
3; Senior Cabinet 4; Choir 
2 3, 4; Madrigols 4; Big 
Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 2. 



FRANKOVICH, PAUL 

"FRANK" 

"We all know Paul" 

Honor Study Hall 3; Scrabble 
Club 3; Math for Fun 4; 
Hall Guard 3. 



FRIEDEL, CLAROLYN 

"CLARE" 

"She's bubbling over with 

pep and fun. Her life is 

really a happy one" 

G.A.A. 1, 2; F.N. A. 2, 3; 
Student Council 1; All 
School Play Cast 2, 3, 4; 
Play Night, Spring Play, All 
School Play Prod. Staff 2, 
3, 4; Big Show Cast 2, 4, 
Prod. Staff 3; Choir 1, 2, 
; Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 
3; Friendship 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 1; College Reading 
Club 4; Hall Guard 1. 2. 

46 



FULLER, EUGENE 

"GENE" 

"A smile makes a good 
start" 

enior Cabinet 4; Junior Red 
:ross 3; Honor Study Hall 
), 4; Tumbling Club 2; 
gymnastics Club 2; Archery 
;iub 2, 3, Pres. 3. 



iALLAGHER, WILLIAM 

"BILL" 



GARGETIC, MICHAEL 

"MIKE" 

He has taught us laughter" 

toss Country 3; Track 1 , 
; Stage Crew 3; Model Air- 
plane Club; 1; Browsing 
Mub; Scrabble Club 4. 



GAUSBY, CAROL 

"PINKY" 
Calm, cool and collected" 

'.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
.ed Cross 2; F.N.A. 4; Big 
how Prod. Staff 3, 4; Choir 
; Friendship ]; Honor 
tudy Hall 3; Dance Club 1. 




GADKE, RICHARD 

"SMOKESTACK" 

"Genius finds its own road" 

Junior Red Cross 2; All 
School Play Prod. Staff 1; 
Chess Club 3; Hearts Club 
4; Automotive Club 2. 



GALLOP, LAURIE 

"LAURIE" 

"Sweet personality has this 
gal" 

Entered in Junior year. 
G.A.A. 1, 2. 4; Prom Comm. 
3; Student Council 3; Choir 
1, 2, 3; Friendship 4; Hon- 
or Study Hall 4; Singing for 
Fun 4; Flash Cards 4. 



GAUCH, CAROLE 

"GAUCHIE" 

"She spreads happiness 
with her dancing feet" 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. I; Guid- 
ance Council 3, 4; May 
Queen 1; Student Council 1, 
2; Swim Club 2, 3, 4; All 
School Play, Spring Play 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 
1, 2; Marching Band 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, 
Usher 2; Honor Study Hall 
3, 4, Monitor 4; Dance 
Club 1; Nat'l Honor Society 



GERLAND, ROBERT 



"Quiet action gets 



ults" 



Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys Leaders 
Club 1; Class Officer 4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Class Cabinet 
3, 4; Guidance Council 3, 
4; Student Council 4; Bovs 
Glee Club 3; Lords Hi-Y 2, 
3, 4; Basketball Club 3; 
Baseball Club 3. 



GIERKE, JERRY 

"JERRY" 



GNIDOVEC, TIMOTHY 



Baseball 1, Letterman 1 
Tennis 3, 4; Fodel Airplan 
Club I; Archery Club ', 
3; Physics Club 4. 



GOEBELBECKER, JAMES 




"JIM" 


"Bor 


n to sinq, and sing 
he will" 


Class 
Cast 
3, 4, 
3. 4; 
Study 
precic 


Cabinet 4; Big Show 
2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 
Boy's Glee Club 2, 
Madrigals 3, 4; Honor 
Hall 4; Music Ap- 
tion 1, 3; Scrabble 2. 



GORE, GEORGE 

"GEORGE" 



gom 

Leaa 



Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Treas 
Euclidian Edit. Staff 
Ass't Script Editor 4; World 
A'fairs 2, 3, 4, Treas, 3, 




GLEASON, JACK 

"FLY-BY-NIGHT" 



nbling Club I. 



GOBLE, TOM 

"GOBS" 



Football 1; Track 1, Letter- 
man 1; Tennis 1; Swimming 
2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 
2, 3, 4; Boys Leaders Club 
1; Student Council 4; Swim 
Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Tumbling Club 3; Gym- 
nastics 1, 3, Sec'y Treas. 3; 
Spirits 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4. 



GORDON, GAIL 

"GAIL" 
"Stars in my 

..A. 1, 2, 3, 



eyes 



4; Junior 
F.N. A. 4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Big Show Prod. 
Staff 3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 
3; Friendship 2; Honor 
Study Hall 4. 



GORTZ, JAMES 

"FINGER" 



Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 4; Basketball 1, 2; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3; Lettermen's Club 4; 
Boy's Leaders Club 1, 
Sec'y-Treas.. 1; Choir I ; 
Glee Club I; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Tumbling Club 1 ; 
Pinochle 2; Baseball Club 

2, 3, 4; Quarterback Club 

3, 4; Foremen's Club 4, 
Sec'y 4. 



48 



GOTTHALF, DONALD 

"DON" 

"Speech is great but 
silence is greater" 

Ixec. Board 4; 
Club 2; Movie 
3, 4; Survey 
I; Eucuyo 4; 
, Hall 3, 4; 
Dramatics Club 1; Publica- 
tion Club 4; Nat'l Honor 
Society 4. 



F.T.A. 3, 4, I 
V/orld Affairs 
Club I, 2, 
Edit. Staff 
Honor Study 



GRAHAM, SUSAN 

"SUE" 



Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 
4, historian 4, Exec. Board 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Big 
Show Band 2, 3, 4, Prod. 
Staff 3, 4; Concert Band 
1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4, 
Board of Directors 4; Letter- 
winner 3; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 4. 



GREGORY, BARBARA 

"TEX" 



"Deep 



the heart of 



F.T.A. 3; World Affairs 3, 
4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Prom Comm. 
3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Big 
Show Cost 3, 4; Choir 3, 
4; Girl's Glee Club 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4; 
Friendship 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Spirits 4; Flash 
Cards 3, 4, Dir. 4. 



HADDEN, RAY 

"RAY" 

"Thou seemest to enjoy 
life" 

Track I; Swim Team 3; Key 
Club 3; Platter Fans 1; 
Chess Club 3; Pinochle 




GOVITZ, ELAINE 

"STINKY" 

"Enjoy yourself" 

G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie 
Club 1; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Music Appreciation Club 2; 
Painting and Drawing 4; 
Canasta Club 3; Ballroom 
Dancing 2. 



GREGORC, TONY 

"ANTOINE-T.G." 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
Not'l Athletic Scholarship 
Society 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Manager 
2; Letrerman 1 , 2; Letter- 
men's Club 4; Boys Leaders 
1, 
I 1, 



Club 1; Officials Club 
Pres. 1; Student C 

Pres. I, 4, Treas 



Exec. 



3rd 



Movie Club 1, 
Pres. 1; Stage Crew 2, 3, 
Stage Manager 3; Biology 
Club 2; PA Club 1; All 
School Play, Spring Play, 
Play Night Prod. Staff 2, 3, 
4; Choir I; Glee Club I; 
Euclidian Edit. Staff 4, Pic- 
ture Editor 4; Regents Hi-Y 
3, 4; Student Gov't. City 



HADDEN, ROY 

"LOUIE" 
"Gabriel, blow your I 

Track I; Key Club 



Show Band 
Band I, 2, ;• 
Directors 3, 
Band 1, 2, 



2; Big 
Concert 
Board of 
Marching 
, Second 



HADDOCK, LARRY 

"LARRY" 



Hearts Club 2, 3, 4; Chess 
Club 4; Ballroom Dancing 
1; Platter Fans 1; Gym- 



HALDERMAN, NATALIE 

"NAT" 

"Make mine music" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, 
Sec'y 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, Exec. 
Board 3; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Advisory 
Board 3, 4; Class Treas. 3, 
Class Cabinet 3; Room 
Comm 3; Student Council 1, 

2, Vice-Pres. 1; Junior Red 
Cross 2; Big Show Band 2, 

3, 4, Prod. Staff 2; Concert 
Bond 1, 2, 3, 4, Board of 
Dir. 4: Marching Band 2, 3 

4, Librarian 4; Pit Band 2, 
3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4' 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 
Club 2; Spirits 4. 



HALL, DONNA 

"PROX" 

"Little feet stepping into 
a big world" 

G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Cabinet 4; Majorette Club 
2, 3; Big Show Cast 2, Prod. 
Staff 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4, 
sec'y 4, Usher 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Drawing ond 
Painting Club 1; Knitting 
Club 2; Embroidery Club 3; 
Pony Chorus 3; Dance Club 
1. 



HALLARON, THOMAS 

"TOM" 
"The joker of all cards" 

Club 2; Survey Edit. 



Swim 

Staff 

Nobles Hi-Y 2, 

Club 2; Big Shov 



I Club 3; 



HAMILTON, LYNNE 

"LYNNE" 

"Life is just a bowl of 
cherries" 

World Affairs, Pres. 1; G. 
A. A. 1, 2, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1; Bookstore 1, 3; Con- 
cert Band 1; Orchestra 1; 
Friendship 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3. 




HALE, ALAN 

"ALAN" 

"All American crewcut" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Nat'l Athletic Schol- 
arship Society 3, 4; Football 
1; Basketball 1; Tennis 2; 
Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 
3, 4; Boys Leaders Club 1; 
Student Council ' 



Exec. 



3rd 3, 4; Sw 



Club 



2, 3, 4, Leader 2, 3, 4; 
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; College Read- 
ing Club 4; Boys State 
Representative 3; Pinochle 
Club 3; Chemistry Club 3. 



HALLACK, JOHANNA 

"JO" 

"You and your beautiful 
eyes" 

Student Coun 



G.A.A 

3; Majorette Club 2, 3; 
Friendship 2, 3, Usher 2, 3; 
Dance Club 1; Painting and 
Drawing Club 2; Pony 
Chorus 3; Pinochle 4. 



HAMILTON, DIANE 

"DEE DEE" 



"D — You'l 



darling" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
G.L.C. and G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; 
Megaphone Club 2, Treas. 
2; All School, Spring Play, 
Prod. Staff 1, 2, 3; Play 
Night Cast 3; Big Show 
Cast 2, 4; Choir 1, 2, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 3; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4, Edit. Staff 4, 
Asst. Picture Editor; Survey 
Edit. Staff 2, 3, Bus. Staff 
2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Thespians 4; College Read- 
ing Club 4; Spirits 4. 



HANSLIK, BARBARA 

"BARB" 
"Sweet Memories" 

G.A.A. 



chle 
Club 2; Hon 



Serv 



Nu 
Squad 2 3. 



iing 4; 



HARRIS, CAROL 

"SHORTY" 
"Short and sweet" 

F.T.A. 4; G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 

1, 2; Prom Comm. 1; 
Student Council 1; Mega- 
phone Club 2; Big Show 
Cast 2; Choir 1, 2; Girl's 
Glee Club 1, 3; Friendship 

2, 3, 4; Pinochle 3; Hope 
Chest Club 4. 



HEBRON, VIRGINIA 

"GINNY" 



Friendship Club 3; Hoi 
Study Hall 3, 4, Sec'y 
Drawing and Pointing 
Knitting 4. 



HIGHLAND, LENORE 

"LENI" 

"She surely looks satisfied" 

Megaphone 2; Red Cross 
Club I, 2; F.N.A. 2; Friend- 
ship 2; Honor Study Hall 
4; Y-Teen I. 



HILLIER, DAVID 

"GABBY" 

"We're glad to have him 
with us" 

Football 1, 2, Letterman 1; 
Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man I, 3; Baseball I, 2, 
Letterman 1 ; Lettermen's 
Club 3; Boys Leaders Club 
4, Vice-Pres. 4; Guidance 
Council 2; Student Council 
2; Stage Crew 1; Big Show 
Cast 3; Lords Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Moni- 
tor 4; Tumbling 1, 4; Chess 
2; Basketball Club 3; Fore- 
men's Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Century Club 1; Weight- 
lifting Club 1. 




HARRIS, ROBERTA 

BOBBI" 



Megaphone Club 2, 3, Pres. 
3; Big Show Cast 2; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Home Nursing 
Club 2; Y-Teen 1 . 



HENRY, JUDY 

"HENRY" 



G.A.A. 1, 2; Red Cross Club 
1, 2, 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Platter Club I. 



HILL, MARCIA 

"MARTIE" 

"A sweet miss" 

Transferred to Euclid in 
Senior year. 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 
4; Photography Club 4. 



HODGES, JERE 

"SAM" 

"Each man is justified in his 
own individuality" 

Camera Club 4. 



HOFFERT, JAMES 



"A first rote athlete" 



HOLLAND, ROBERT 



"An honest mon hos nothing 
to fear" 

Honor Study Hall 2; Golf 
Club 2, 3; Chess Club 4; 
Ballroom Dancing 1 



HORTON, FRANK 

"Into the clouds he towers" 



HOWARD, DONALD 

"DON" 

"A sensitive guy who always 
will try" 

Wrestling 4; Tennis 2; 
Senior Cabinet 4; Movie 
Club 1; Nobles Hi-Y 2, 3, 
4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y Council 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Century Club 1; Weight- 
lifting Club 2; Dance Club 
1. 




HOFFERT, NANCY 

"NANCE" 

"Beautiful, beautiful brown 
eyes" 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Class Cabinet 
3; Prom Comm. 3; Student 
Council 3; Maiorette Club 
2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4; 
Bookstore 3, Manager 3; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Dancing 
for Fun 1; Platter Fans 1; 
Game Club 2; Charm Club 
2; Canasta Club 3, Vice- 
Pres. 3; Pony Chorus 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4. 



HOLTZ, PAT 

"PATTY" 



Prom Comm. 3; Thespians 

4' F.T.A, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 
2, 3, 4; Megaphone 2; All 
School Play, Play Night 
Cast 1, 3, Spring Play Prod. 
Staff 3, 4; Big Show Cast 
2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G.rls Glee Club 3, Madrigals 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Survey 
B.s. Staff 3; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Dramatics Club 4; 
Hall Guard 4. 



HOVANCSEC, LOUIS 

"LOU" 

"Never work, it takes 
too long" 



Lettermen's Club 3, 4; In- 
dian Dance Club 1; Wrest- 
ling Club 2; Ballroom Danc- 
ing 3; Etching and Printing 
4; Boosters Club 4. 



HOYCAR, NANCY 

"TWEETY" 



G.A.A. 2: Friendship Club 
2, 3. 4; Charm Club 4; In- 
terpretive Dance 2; Social 
Dance Club 3. 



52 



HUMMON, MARY ANN 

"HUMAN" 

"Someone worth knowing. 

Her good quolities 

keep growing" 



nd Sc 



Not'l Quill 

Nat'l Honor Society 4; F.T. 

A. 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 
3,4, Letterwinner 4; Guid- 
ance Council 3, 4; Play 
Night, Spring Prod. Staff 1, 

2, 3; Euclidian Edit Staff 4, 
Art Edit. 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
4; Canasta Club 3; Pinochle 
Club 2; Drama Club 1; 
Survey Bus. Staff 4. 



HUUSARE, ARLENE 

"ARLENE" 

"Always thy friend" 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. I; Swim 
Club 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 4; 
Majorette Club 3; F.N.A. 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 
3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Ball- 
room Dance Club 1; Scrab- 
ble Club 2. 



JACKSA, MARGARET 

"MARGIE" 



Dance Club 1 . 



chle Club 2; 



JAMES, WARREN 

"WARREN" 

"Aw girls, leave me alone" 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 3. 
4, Letterman 1, 4; Boy's 
Leaders Club 1, 4; Stage 
Crew 3; Big Show Cast 2, 
3; Boy's Glee Club 1; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Tumbling 
Club 1; Health Club 1; 
Automotives Club 2; Basket- 
ball Club 3, 4. 




HUNT, GEORGIA 

"GEORGIA" 
"Georgia on 
G.A.A. I, 2, 3; 



d" 



3; Senior Cabi- 
mecoming At- 
tendant 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Games 
Club 2; Canasta Club 3; 
Dance Club 1; Charm Club 
2: Service Club 1. 



IOSUE, THOMAS 



"The women ore always 
ready for Tom" 

Football 2; Basketball 2; 
Baseball 1, 3, Letterman 1; 
Lettermen's Club 1; Boys 
Leaders Club 1; Movie Club 
1; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 
3; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Weightlifting Club, 1, 2: 
Ballroom Dancing 3; Archi- 
tectural Drawing 4. 



JAMES, 


CAROLYN 


cute gal 

:, Welcor 

any 


with a frien 
ne anytime ( 
ploce 



F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Prom Comm. 
3; Hall Guard 3; All School 
Play, Play Night Prod. Staff 
Show Cast 2; Girl's Glee 
3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 4; Big 
Club 3; Survey Edit Staff 
3, 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Canasta 
Club 1; Pinochle Club 2; 
Record Club 3. 



JARC, JOYCE 

"JOYCE" 

"The knowing mind" 

Letterwinner 1; Choir 1, 2; 
Girl's Glee Club 3; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Recreation Club 
1; Chess Club 2; Travel Club 
3; Pinochle Club 4; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4. 



JELINEK, WILLIAM 

"WILLIE" 



Baseball 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Archery 2, 3; Base- 
ball Club 3; College Read- 



JERIC, CHARLES 

"CHUCK" 
"Blues stay away from r 

Pinochle Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOHNSON, NORMAN 

"PAPA" 

"All the world is my 
playhouse'' 

N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 4; Baseball 
2; Movie Club 1; Stagecrew 
3; P.A. Technician 1; All 
School Play Night, SDring 
Play Cast 2, 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2. 3; Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Madrigals 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Thespk 



Gan 



Club 



I; Basketball Club 2; 

csta Club 3; Pinochle Club 

4; Not'l Honor Society 4. 



KALBERER, NORMAN 

"KAL" 



Swim Club 2; Technician 1; 
Pinochle Club 1; Hearts 2, 
3, 4. 




JERABEC, SUE 

"SUSIE" 

She's short, but so is 
a stick of dynamite 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Prom Comm. 
3; Megaphone Club 2, 3; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; 
Pinochle Club 4; Big Show 
2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 3, 4; Madrigals 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. 



JOHNSON, DOUGLAS 

"DOUG" 



Basketball 2, 3, 4, Manag- 
er 3, 4, Letterman 4; 
Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4, 
Moniter 4; Math Club 1; 
Bridge Club 2; Reading Club 
3; Chemistry Club 4; Nafl 
Honor Society 4. 



KAIB, ROBERT 



"Last one 

Basketball I; 



a fish" 



ck 1; Ten- 
nis 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, 
Letterman 4; Lettermen's 
Club 4; Class Coucil 4; 
Student Council 1; Camera 
Club 3; Swim Club 3, 4; 
Boy's Leaders 1; Golf Club 
2; Foremen's Club 1; Choir 



KAMM, DONNA 

"DON" 

"Unpretentious in 
everything she does" 

Prom Comm. 1, 4; Red 
Cross Club 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Friendship 4; Honor Study 
Holl 3, 4; Monitor 4; Card 
Club 1; Golf Club 2; 
Dance Club 3; 4; Service 
Club 1; Dramatics Club 4. 



54 



KATOSIC, BARBARA 

"BARB" 

"I'm all wrapped up in 
dreams" 

Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4; 
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Cabinet 3; Megaphone Club 
2; Survey Edit Staff 3,4, 
Third Page Editor; Eucuyo 
4; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Pinochle Club 3. 



KELLOGG, BETH 

"BETHIE" 

"It's nice to watch the 
world go by" 

Girl's Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship 2, 3; Dance Club 
1; Ballroom Dance Club 2, 
3; Charm Club 4. 



KESSLER, PATRICIA 

"PAT" 

"It's her way to please; 
All things she does with 



Entered E 
year. 

Friendship 
Study Hal 
Club 4. 



4; Honor 

Hope Chest 



KLOPOVIC, JEANETTE 

"KLOPPIE" 

"She enjoys the pleasures 
she gives" 

G.A.A. I, 3; Prom Comm. 
3; Big Show Prod. Staff 4; 
Choir 1; Eucuyo Edit. Staff 
4; Friendship 2, 3; Sec'y of 
Club 1; Browsing Club 2. 




KAUFFMAN, GARNETTE 

"GARNETTE" 
"Sugar and spice and ever 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Majorette Club 
3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; 
Eucuyo 4, Treas. 4; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Big Show Prod. 
Staff 3; Pony Chorus 3; 
Y-Teens 1. 



KELLY, LEE 

"KEL" 
'Blond and tall; nice 



to all" 



Cross Country 2; Track 1, 2, 
3; Boy's Leaders Club 2, 3; 
Guidance Council 3, 4, Pres. 
4; P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4; Travel Club 3; 
Dance Club 4; Model Club 
1, 



KLIMA, CHARLES 

"CHUCK" 
"Philosopher of love" 

otball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 



Tr. 



Stage Crew 2; Hi-Y 4; Hon- 
or Study Hall 3, 4; Quarter- 
back Club 2; Tumbling Club 



KNOWLES, SHARI 

"SHAR" 

"Pretty-eyed baby" 

Class Cabinet 4; Choir 1; 
Friendship 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Canasta Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3. 



KNUTH, JAMES 

"JIM" 
jst o happy-go-lucky 



KOESTER, THEODORE 



"A fi 



TED" 
iendly sort" 



Camera Club 2; Stage Crew 
4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Platter Fans I; Camera Club 
2; Travel Club 3; Chef's 
Club 4. 



KOLMAN, RONALD 

"RON" 

"Shy Guy" 

Model Club 1; Pinochli 
Club 4. 



KORENCIC, BARBARA 

"BARB" 

"Let your conscience be 
your guide" 

World Affairs 2; G.A.A. 2; 
1; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Student Council 1; Choir 
Study Hall 3; Glee Club 1; 
Canasta Club 3; Hope Chest 
Club 4. 




KNUTH, ROBERT 

"BOB" 



"Sincerity tri 



all" 



nphs 



Football 2; Basketball 1, 
2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 
3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4, 
Monitor 4; Photography 1; 
Basketball Club 3; Concert 
Band 1; Marching Band 1; 
Orcrestra 1; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3, 4; Ballroom Club 



KOKAS, DENNIS 

"DENNY" 
"Sleep, sleep, sleep" 



KOPRIVEK, 


AL 




"ANGELO" 




"Let's 1 


lave wine, 


women, 


songs ar 


id laughter; 


Sermons 


and s 


oda water 


after" 


Football 


1, 3; Basi 


Leiball 1, 


3; Basi 


iball 2, 


3; Boy's 


Leaders 


Club 1; 


Student 


Council 


1; Junior Red Cross 


1; Boy's 


Glee Club 


1; Lords 


Hi-Y 4; 


Basketball 


Club 1; 


Football 


Club 2; 


Baseball 


Club 3; 


Golf Club 


4; Hall 


Guard 4 







KORENCIC, SALLY 

"SAL" 
shining baton 



she 



on 



Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 2, 3, Letterwinner 1; 
Class Cabinet 2, 3, Sec'y 3; 
Prom Comm. 3; Homecom- 
ing Queen 4; Spring Sports 
Attendant 3; Student Coun- 
cil 4, Sec'y 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4, Head Major- 
ette 4; Bookstore 3; Big 
Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 
2; Friendship 2, 3. Usher 2, 
3; Dance Club 1, Pony 
Chorus 2. 

56 



KORNBLUM, ROGER 
"RCDGE 

"We often heor Roger 

repeat 

Blessed be the man who 

invented sleep" 



KOVACH, ELAINE 

"BUSTER" 

rorld is ruled by 
nogination" 

2, 3; Euclidi( 



"Th 



World Affair 
Bjs. Stoff 3, 4; Honor Study 
Holl 2, 3; Ballroom Donee 
2; Writing Club 4, Drama- 



KOZLOWSKI, BRUCE 

"BRUCE" 
"A sharp character" 



KRAMER, TED 

"I like the girls, but they 

frighten me. Can't someone 

suggest a remedy?" 

Football I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4, Letterman 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 
2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 
2 3, 4; Prom Comm. 3; 
Student Council 2, 3, 4, 
Exec. Board 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, Pres. 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 
3; Regents Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball Club 3, 4; Dia- 
mond Sports 3, 4. 



57 




KOSTIHA, EDWARD 

"YO-YO" 



KOZAC, JANICE 

"JAN" 

"Janice is sweet and sincere, 

forever happy and full of 

cheer" 

G.A.A. 1, 2; Movie Club 4; 
Choir 1, 2; Friendship 2, 
3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 
Recreation Club 1; Scrabble 
Club 2; Canasta Club 3, 4. 



KRAFT, JOYCE 

"JOYCE" 



G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
Letterwinner 1; Prom Comm. 
1; Student Council 3; Hall 
Gjard 4; Megaphone Club 
2, 3; F.N.A. 4; Choir 1; 
Girl's Glee Club 1, Treas. 1 ; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 4; Friend- 
ship 2 .3, 4; Pinochle 4; 
M_sic Service Club 1, Pres. 



KRAUSS, CAROL 
"CAROL" 



F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Exec. 
Board 4, Treas. 1; Prom 
Comm. 3; Student Council 
1; Camera Club 1; P.A. 
Announcer 4; Big Show Cast 
3, 4; Choir 3, 4, Robemaster 
3. Corresponding Sec'y 4, 
Choir Council 3, 4; Girl's 
Glee Ciub 2; Friendship 2, 
3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Sewing 1 ; Woodshop 3; 
Drawing and Painting 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



KRAUSS, RONALD 

"RON" 
"Never a care in the worl 



KREJCI, LANE 

"HOTROD" 
"With his bright purple 



you 



see hii 



far" 



World Affairs 3, 4; Concert 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman; 
Big Show Band 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 
4; Model Airplane 1; Auto- 
motives 2. 



KROTINE, KEN 

"ALICE" 



Track 1; Boy's Leaders Club 
I; Senior Cabinet 4; Prom 
Comm. 4; Choir 2, 4; Boy's 
Glee Club 1; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Lords Hi-Y 
2 3, 4; Dancing Club 1 ; 
Pinochle Club 2; Basketball 
Club 3. 



KUBILUS, CAROL 

"CAROL" 



of cha 



1 1 1; Maic 



G.A.A. 2; Pr 

Student Cour 

ette 4; Choir 

Friendship 1, 3; Honor 

Study Hall 3, 4; Dramatic 

Club 1; Dancing Club 1. 




KRECIC, CAROLYN 

"CAROLYN" 

"A quiet happy life she 

lives. Complaints are 

something she never gives" 

FT. A. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Service 
Club 2; Home Nursing 3. 



KRIVEC, RONALD 

"RON" 
"This guy is talented" 

Biology Club 



2; Pinochle Club 3, 4. 



KRZEWINSK1, LEONA 

"LEE" 

"A sharp package" 

Hall Guard 1; Stage Crew 
2, 3; All School Play Prod. 
Staff 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Girl's Glee Club 3; Girl's 
Ensemble 1; Friendship 2, 
3; Dance Club 1; Pony 
Chorus 2, 3; Modern Dance 
Club 2. 



KUHAR, JOANNE 



G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; Red 
Cross 1, 3; Big Show Cast 
2; Choir 2; Friendship 2, 
3; Ballroom Dancing 2; 
Hope Chest 4. 



58 



KUHAR, RAY 

"BUDDHA" 

"Rhythm in every finger" 

P. A. Club I; Big Show 
Band 3; Concert Band 4; 
Marching Band 4; Dance 
Club I; Pinochle Club 2; 
Chefs Club 3. 



LEBANT, NELSON 
"NELSON" 

"His popularity is mainly 

due to the tact he's never 

blue" 



LACE, BARBARA 

"BARB" 

"Brightest and Best" 

World Affairs 3, 4, Sec'y 4; 
Prom Comm. 3; Student 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 1, 
Exec. Board 4; P. A. Tech. 
1; All School, Spring Play 
Prod. Staff 3; Big Show 
Cast 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3; 
Choir 2, 3, 4, Correspond- 
ing Sec'y 4; Girl's Glee Club 
1; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Canasta 
Club 2; Music Appreciation 
2; Dance Club 1; Student 
Faculty Comm. 4; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4. 



LANESE, SALVATORE 



"Sam's the man to see, 
2 person with individuality" 

Team 3 



4; Boy's 
Leaders 4; Swim Club 4; 
Nobles Hi-Y 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Advanced 
Zoology 3; Chemistry Club 



59 




KUZNIK, ROGER 

"ROC" 

"Here is a boy of deepest 

thought; His qualities 

cannot be bought" 



LaBARBERA, THOMAS 

'TOM" 

"From paths of humor he 

does not stray. For humor 

finds It's own way" 



LAMPE, LINDA 

"LINDA" 

"Music, music, music" 

F.T.A. 3. 4; World Affairs 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2, Student 
Council 1, 4; F.N. A. 4; 
Pres. 4; Big Show 2, 3, 4; 
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Librarian 4, Letterman 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 
2, 3, 4; Survey Bus. Stoff 
4; Friendship 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 
2; Ensemble I; Pre-Med 
Club 2; Nat'l Honor Society 



LAPINSKAS, THOMAS 

"LAPINO" 

"Don't frown, 
laugh and be merry" 

Football I, 2; Basketball 1; 
Boy's Leaders Club 1; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 3; Lords 
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Pinochle Club 
2, 3; Quarterback Club 2; 
Woodshop 4; Foremen's Club 
4; Supervisor's Club 4. 



LARICK, DAVID 

"DAVID" 



Tennis 3, 4; Senii 



LARSEN, RUSSELL 

"RUSS" 

"Russ, Russ, you're the boy 
for us" 

Baseball 4; Track 1; Cam- 
era Club 1, 2; Concert Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 
1, 2; Pet Band I; Orchestra 
I; Pinochle Club 3; Chess 
Club 4. 



LAURICH, MARILYN 

"MARILYN" 

"A gal with many winning 
ways" 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Executive 
Board 4; World Affairs Club 
3, 4, Volunteer Sec'y 4; 
G.A.A. I, 4; Intramurol 
Sports 1, 2, 4; Ad Club 4; 
F.NA. 4; All School Play 
Cast 1, Prod. Staff 2; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Euclidian Edit. Staff 4, Typ- 
ist 4; Prom Comm. 4; Stud- 
ent Council 4; Nat'l Quill 
and Scroll 4. 



LAZOR, BARBARA 

"BARB" 

"A twin delight who's quite 
all right" 

G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- 
mural Sports I, 2, 3; Hall 
Guard 3; Junior Red Cross 
3; Choir 1, 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Dance Club 1 ; 
Scrabble Club 2; Senior 
Charm Club 4. 




LARKIN, KAREN 

"KAREN" 

"There's starlight in your 
eyes" 

F.T.A. 2, 4; Junior Red Cross 
3; Choir 1; Girl's Glee Club 
3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Club 1; Junior Charm 
Club 2; Survey Bus. Staff 
2, 3, 4, Ass't Bus. Manager 
4; Dramatics Club 1, Pres. 
I; G.L.C. 3; Senior Cabinet 



LAURENSON, JAMES 

"JIM" 
"A willing worker" 



N.F.L. 
F.T.A. 
Club 3, 
Club 1; 



, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
3; World Affairs 
4, Treas. 4; Movie 
Stage Crew 1, 2; 
nnouncer 1, 4; All 
'lay Cast 3, Prod. 
Spring Play Cast 
r Study Hall 3, 4; 
s 2, 3; Nat'l Hnoor 
4; Round Table 2, 



LAURICH, PATRICIA 

"PATTY" 
"Hey, carrot top" 



Club 
Cast 2; 



All 



LAZOR, BEVERLY 

"BEV" 



better than one 

G.A.A. 1; Intraumural Sports 
2, 3; Spring Sports Queen 
I; Ad Club 4; Majorette 
Club 2; P. A. Club 1; Choir 
1; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Dancing Club 
1; Service Club I. 



LEEPER, MAXINE 
"MAX" 



r 1 , 2; Friendship 2; 
Club 1; Canasta Club 



LEVKOVITZ, LENORE 

"LENORE" 

'She has a kindly glance 
and a friendly spirit" 



LLOYD, BARBARA 

"BARB" 



F.T.A. 2; G.L.C. 1, 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 
4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4, 
Prod. Staff 3, 4; Marching 
Band 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 3. 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3, 4; Friendshio 
2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Dance Club 1; Scrabble 
Club 2. 



LUCCI, ROGER 

"ROGER" 
"He runs second to no one" 

Cross Country 4; Track 4; 
Fishing Club 1; Pinochle 
Club 2, 3; Chess Club 4. 




LEININGER, SUSAN 

"SUE" 

"Ain't she sweet, see her 
walking down the street" 

F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; 
Hall Guard 4; Room Sec'y 
3; Swim Club 2, 3; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Charm Club 4; 
Dance Club 1. 



LEYBECK, BARBARA 

"BARB" 

"Thot's pur Barb" 

Play Night Prod. 3taff 3; 
Spring Play Cast 3; Choir 
I, 2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
4 Treos. 4; Survey Rep. 4; 
Friendship 3, 4; Thespian:, 
3, 4, Sec'y 4; Glee Club 
1; Photography Club 2; 
Charm Club 2; Drawing and 
Pointing 3; Senior Cabinet 
4; Music Service Committee 
1; Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



LOCKWOOD, DAVID 

"DAVE" 

"You're sure to enjoy the 
qualities ot this boy" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 
Letterman 3, 4; Track 1, 
2; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4, Class Pres. 
4; Regents H-Y 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Quarterback 
Club 2, 3; Diamond Sports 



LUSTRIK, BARBARA 

"BARBARA" 

quiet 



LYNCH, RICHARD 

"DICK" 

"Easy come; easy go" 

Football 2; Track 1 , 3, 4 
Boy's Leaders Club 1 ; P 
A. Technician 1; Pinochli 
2, 3; Chess Club 4. 



MAHER, ROBERTA 

"BOBBIE" 



Friendship 4; 



MANDEL, CHRIS 

"CHRIS" 

"He can manage anything" 

Basketball I, 4; Tennis 4 

Honor Study Hall 3, 4 

Card Club I; Golf Club 2 
Pinochle 3; Baseball 4. 



MARCUS, DOROTHY 

"DOTTIE" 

"She proves when all is said 

and done, that just being 

happy is a lot of fun" 

Senior Cabinet 4; Prom 
Comm. 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
4; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Social and 
Ch-rm Club 2; Scrapbook 
Club 3; Service Club 1. 




MAGALENGA, JUDY 

"MAGGIE" 

"On the field she led tho 

way. Always carefree, bright 

and gay" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, 
Majorette 3, Head Majorette 
4; Bookstore Worker 1; Big 
Show Cast 3, 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 3; Friendship 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Pre- 
Med Club 2; Magic Circle 
1; Service Club 1; Freshman 
Ploy 1; Spirits Club 3, 4. 



MAHONEY, PATRICIA 

"PATTI" 

"Prisoner of Love" 

Entered Euclid in her Junior 

year. 

Megaphone Club 3; Honor 

Study Hall 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 



MANGUS, NANCY 

"NAN" 



Big 



Maiorette Club 
Show 1; Choir 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3, 4; Ball 
Room Dancing 2; Big Show 
Prod. Staff 3. 



MARION, MARK 

"MARK" 



Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 

1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 1, 2, 
3, 4; Lettermen's Club 1, 

2, 3, 4; Boy's Leaders Club 
1; Choir 1, 4; Boy's Glee 
Club 4; All School Play 
Prod. Staff 4; Regents Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4; Quarterback Club 

2, 3, 4; Wrestling Club 2, 

3, 4; Foremans Club 4, Vice- 



MARSHALL, WALTER 

"WALLY" 

"King of rhythm" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
World Affairs 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Student Council 4; Big Show 
Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 
1, 2, 3, 4, Band Director 
4; Marching Band I, 2, 3, 
4, Captain 4. Director 4; Pit 
Band 4, Conductor 4, Lieu- 
tenant 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Dance Band 2; Rep. 
Band 3, 4. 



MASON, ROBERT 

"DITTO" 



World Affairs 2; Movie Club 
1; Stage Crew 2; All School 
Play Cast 2, 4; Canasta 3; 
Scrabble 4; Latin Club 2; 
Hall Guard Captain I. 



MAY, JOHN 

"JACK" 

"Euclid's movie man" 

Movie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 1, 3; Rec- 
reational Reading 1; Movie 
Operators Club 2, 3, 4. 



McCarthy, david 

"DAVE" 
"King of the Wild Frontier- 
Cross Country 4, Letterwin- 
ner 4; Track 4; Senior 
Cabinet 4; Guidance Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, 
4; Big Show Prod. Staff 3; 
Glee Club 1; Biology Club 
2; Round Table 3; Stamp 
Club 4. 





MARTIN, ROBERT 



"He con 

Football 



age anything" 



', 2, 4, Letter- 
Baseball 2, 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 3; Letrermen's 
Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
3; Quarterback Club 4; 
Baseball 2. 3, 4; Sports 
Club 1. 



MASSEY, PATRICIA 

"PATTY" 

"The right thing at the 
right time; up the ladder 
of happiness she'll climb" 

Senior Guidance Council 4; 
Megaphone Club 1; Choir 
1, 2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
2; Friendship 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Pony Chorus 2; 
Hope Chesi 4. 



McCALL, MARJORIE 

"MARGI" 

"A model person" 

Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, 
Treas. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World 
Affairs 3; Guidance Council 
3, 4; Prom Comm. 3, Chair- 
man 3; Student Council 1 ; 
All School Play Cast 3, Big 
Show 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Con- 
cert Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3; Pit Band 3, 
4; Orchestra 1, 2; Euclidian 
Edit. Staff 4, Ass't Ed. -in- 
Chief 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Pres. 3, Usher 3; Music Ap- 
preciation 2. 



McCORMACK, ARLYNE 

"BIRD" 



G.A.A. 2; Prom Comm. 3: 
Stage Crew 2. 3, 4; All 
School Play 2, 3, 4, Prod. 
Staff 2, 3, 4, Piaynite 3, 
4, Prod. Staff; Big Show 2, 
3, 4; Girl's Glee Club 1 ; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, 
3; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Thespian 3, 4; Pony Chorus 
2; Modern Dancing 3; Sing- 
ing for Fun 4. 



McCRACKEN, GORDON 

"GORDON" 

"His friendship is growing 
yet his personality we'll not 

Nat'l Athletic Scholarship 
Society 3, 4; Football 2, 3; 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 
3, 4; Tennis 2; Junior Cabi- 
net; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Survey Bus. Staff 4; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Nat'l Honor So- 
ciety 4; Math Club 1; 
Wrestling Club 2; Quarter- 
back Club 3; Physics 4; 
Spirits 3, 4. , 



Mcdonald, jeanette 

"JEANETTE" 

"Ever true. Ever more" 

F.T.A. 1; G.A.A. I; Class 
Cabinet 3; Prom Comm. 3; 
Big Show 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 4, Friendship 3, 4; 
Home Nursing 3; Y-Teens 1. 



McHENRY, DIANE 

"DEE" 

"Diane is sweet and very 
neat" 

Entered Euclid in her Junior 

/ear. 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Megaphone 

Club 3; Friendship 4; Charm 

Club 4; Honor Study Hall. 



MEYERS, ALVIN 

"CASEY" 



Boy's Leaders Club 1; Con- 
cert Band 1, 2; Model Air- 
plane Club 1; Photography 
Club 2, 4; Browsing Club 3. 




McDERMOTT, 
KATHLEEN 

"KATHIE" 



G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, Mega 
phone Club 1, 2; Choir 1 
Friendship 2; Big Show Prod 
Staff 2; Service Club 1. 



McGOWAN, LOU 

"LOU-MA-GOO" 



G.A.A. 


1, 2; 


Big 


Show 


C< 




3; 


Croii 


- 1, 


2. 


3; Si 


nqi 


ll( 


foi 


Fur 


i 4, 


Fr 


endsh 


IP 


2 


4; 


Dane 


:e CI 


ub 


1; Cc 


inastc 


2; 


Pony 


Chorus 3 


1. 







McMILLION, BARBAR/ 

"ANN" 
"A sweet personality ho: 



this 



Ball 



Roo 



MIKLAVZ, ROSE ANN 

"RO" 

"Nothing is impossible to or 
ambitious heart. 

She finishes everything that 
she does start" 



MILLER, JAMES 

"OSCAR" 



: ootball 2, 3; Wrestling 2; 
:hoir 1, 2; Wrestling Club 
I; Card Club 3; Weight 
_ifting 4. 



MILLER, ROBERT 



"Something different, a little 

shy, but he'll be successful 

by end by" 

Movie Club 4; Astronomy 
Club 1, Sec'y-Treas. 1; 
Amature Photography Club 
2; Round Table 2, 3; Travel 
Club 4, Pres. 4. 



MILLS, BEVERLY 

"BEV" 

"There is mischief in that 
smile" 

G A. A. 2, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2; Girl's Glee Cluh 
1; Survey Bus. Staft 2; 
Friendship 2; Honor Study 
Hall 4. Monitor 4; Hope 
Chest 4; Pinochle 3. 



MOCK, SANDRA 

"SAM" 

"She went to our hearts on 
wings of song" 

G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Class Pres. 
1; Vice-Pres. 3, Sec'y 2; 
Cabinet 1, 2, 3; Prom 
Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman 
Queen 1; Junior and Senior 
Homecoming Attendant 3, 
4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, 
Exec. Board 4; Megaphone 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 
1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Letter- 
winner 1, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4, Librarian 4, Sec'y 2; 
Girl's Glee Club 1, 3; Mad- 
rigals 2, 3, 4; Octette 2, 
3; Big Show Singer 1, 2, 
3, 4; Singing for Fun 1, 2, 
3, 4; Y-Teens 4; Euclidian 
Edit. Staff 4, Staff Editor 
4; Service Club 1, Pres. 1; 
Dramatics 4; Spirits 4. 

65 




MILLER, MELVIN 

"MEL" 



of the baseball team" 

Football 1, Letterman 1; 
Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 1, 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Boy's Leaders 
Club 1; Honor Study Hall 
3, 4; Scrabble 3; Pinochle 
Club 3, 4; Baseball 2; 
Diamond Sports 3, 4; Of- 
ficials Club 1. 



MILLIGAN, WAYNE 

"WAYNE" 

"Strong, silent type" 

Nat'l Athletic Society 3, 4 
Football 3, 4, Letterman 3 
4" Basketball 3; Basebal 
2; Lettermen's Club 3, 4, 
Guidance Council 3. 4; Hi-Y 
3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 4; Track 
Club 1; Quarterback Club 2, 
3, 4. 



MIRENDA, VIRGINIA 

"GEE GEE" 



G.L.C. 1; F.N.A. 3; Choir 
3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3; 
Friendship 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Pinochle Club 4. 



MODIC. KENNETH 

"KEN" 

"Ken fills the bill" 

ass Cabinet 4; Ball Room 
incing 1; Weight Lifting 
Pinochle Club 3. 



MOHLER, BARBARA 

"BARB" 



World Affairs 4; Movie 
Club 4; Big Show Cast 2, 
3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl's 
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Record 
Fans 1; Music Appreciation 
3; Honor Study Hall 3; Pin- 
ochle 2. 



MOSES, RUSSELL 



Cross Country 4, Captain 4, 
Letterman 4; Basketball 1 ; 
Track 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 
4; Movie Club 1; Big Show 
2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 
4, Director 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4, First Sergeant 
4; Science Club 1; Track 
Club 2; Chef's Club 4. 



MURPHY, THOMAS 

"MURPH" 

"AH around good sport" 

Dancing Club 2; Canasta 
Club 2; Scrabble Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 4. 



MYLAR, ELAINE 

"BIMBO" 

"None but herself can be 
her parallel" 

World Affairs 2, 3; G.A.A. 

1, 2, 3; Class Cabinet 4; 
All School Play Prod. Staff 

2, 3, 4; Play Night Prod. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 
2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 3; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; 
Drama Club 1 . 




MOSER, KAY 

"MOUSE" 

"She's full of good fun" 

World Affairs I; G.A.A. 1, 
2, 3; Megaphone Club 2, 
3; Choir 1, 2; Girl's Glee 
Club 3; Friendship 2, 3; 
Hope Chest 4. 



MURACA, MARGARET 

"PEGGY" 

"Just naturally pleasant" 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 
3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; All School 
Plav Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Play Night 3; Spring Play 
Cast 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3 
4; Girl's Glee Club 3 
Survey Edit. Staff 3, 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Thespians 
3, 4; Pony Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Club 1. 



MYERS, LAUNCE 

"LAUNCE" 

"With an eye to the future 

he prepares to meet the 

world" 

Wrestling 1, Letterman 1; 
Tumbling Club 1; Wrestling 
Club 2; Canasta Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 4. 



NAGY, LOUIS 

"Quiet though he may be, 

he is friendly as you wlli 

see" 



NAROSKI, JOE 

"JOE" 



NEAT, CONNIE 

"CONNIE" 

"She's a neat girl full of 
pep and personality" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. I, 2, 
3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Ad 
Club 3, 4; Swim Club 2, 3, 
4; Choir 1, 2, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Stoff 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 4, Monitor 4; Social 
nnd Service Club I, Treas. 
1. 



NEWCOMB, RAY 

"RAY" 

i "toy'* of friendliness" 

m 2; Guidance Council 
4; Dancing 1; Pinochle 



NIPPLE, PATRICIA 

"NIPS" 

"Attention folks — look who's 

here, that cute HI' gal who 

makes us cheer" 

G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Comm. 3, 4; First Attendant 
1; Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Captain 4, Letterwinner 1, 

3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Sec'y 2, Robe Master 4, 
Choir Council 4; Madrigals 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 

4, Ass't Bus. Manager 4; 
Survey Rep. 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Service Club 1, Sec'y 
1; Spirits 3, 4, Exec. Board 



67 ■ 




NEALE, NANCY 

"NANCY" 

"A pleasant smile, a sweet 

way having fun day after 

day" 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Mega- 
phone Club 2, 3; F.N.A. 4; 
All School Play Prod. Staff 
4; Big Show Prod. Staff 3; 
Girl's Glee Club 4; Survey 
Edit. Staff 2, 3; Friendship 
2, 3. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Charm Club 4; Drama Club 
1; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. 



NEUSTEDT, JEANETTE 

"JAN" 

"As she goes forward every 

day she'll make friends in 

her quiet way" 

F.T.A. 4; Friendship 3, 4; 
Y-Teens 1; Music Apprecia- 
tion 3; Charm Club 4. 



NEYLON, LYNN 

"SCOOGE" 

"We're fond of this blonde" 

N.F.L. 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; 
F.N.A. 4; All School Play 
Prod. Staff 2; Spring Play 
Prod. Staff 3; Eucuyo 2; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Drama 
Club 1; Big Show Prod. Staff 
3; Hope Chest 4. 



NIXON, BEVERLY 

"BEVY" 

"Life goes by so quickly" 

G.A.A. 2; Megaphone Club 
2. 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Charm Club 4; Music Ap- 
preciation 1. 



NOBBE, JUDY 

"NOBS" 



3, 4; G.A.A. 



2, 3, 



:'y 4. Ad- 



visory Board 4; Letter' 

1, 4; Prom Comm. 3, 4; Ad 
Club 3. 4; Megaphone 1, 
2- All School Play Prod. 
Staff 3, 4; Big Show Cast 

2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 2, 3; Mad- 
rigals 3, 4; Octet 3, 4-, 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Survey Rep. 2, 3; Friendship 
2. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Usher 2, 
3' Dramatic Club I; Service 
Club 1; Spirits 3, 4, Sec'y 
4; Flashcard Chairman 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



NOSSE, LARRY 

"GRINDER" 

"Nosse, Nosse, he's our 

man, if he can't do it 

nobody can" 

Nat'l Athletic Scholarship 
Society 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 
4 Letterwinner 1, 4; Wrest- 
ling 1. 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 

1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4, Letterwinner 1, 3, 4; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Boy's 
Leaders Club 1 ; Big Show 
Cast 2; Choir 2; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3, 4; Lords Hi-Y 

2. 3, 4; Weight Lifting 1; 
Quarterback Club 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4. 



NOVAK, FRANK 

"FRANK" 

"Just to be happy-go-lucky" 

Honor Study Hall 4; Model 
Airplane Club 1; Music Ap- 
preciation 2; Hearts Club 3. 



OBLAK, MARLENE 

"MARN" 

"A merry heart" 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Red 
Cross 2; F.N.A. 2, 4; Spring 
Play Prod. Staff 3; Choir 
2; Friendship 2, 3, Usher 2, 
3; Dance Club 2; Nursing 
Club 2; Knitting Club 3; 
Service Squad 1 . 




NOSAN, DOLORES 

"DEE" 
"Craiy heart" 

Pinochle Club 4. 



NOVAK, BARBARA 

"BARB" 

"She always does her best" 

F T A 2, 3. 4; World Affairs 
4 . G A.A. 4; Prom Comm. 
3- All School Play Prod. 
Staff 3; Big Show Prod. 
Staff 3, 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
4, Usher 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Dancing Club 
1 ■ Game Club 2; Archery 
Club 2; Knitting Club 3; 
Service Squad 1. 



NOVOTNY, RICHARD 

"DICK" 

"Should I worry?" 

Honor Study Hall 1; Golf 
Club 1; Automotives Club 
2 Chess Club 4. 



O'BRIEN, TERRENCE 

"TERRY" 



Football 1, Letterwinner 
Basketball 1, 3, Letterrt 
1; Stage Crew 1, 2; Ho 
Study Hall 3; Chess 2, 
4; Baseball Club 3. 



68 



O'BRIEN, WILLIAM 

"BILL" 

"The smiling Irishman" 

Football 1; Honor Study Hall 
3; Chess Club 3, 4. 



OPDAHL, TIMOTHY 

"RED" 

"This boy gets along with 
everybody" 

Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Base- 
ball 1, 2; Track 4, Letter- 
man 4; Lettermen's Club 
I; Student Council 4; All 
School Ploy Cast 4; Big 
Show Cast 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Archery Club 2; Diamond 
Sports 2, 3; Quarterback 
Club 3, 4. 



PALUMBO, MARIl 

"PLUMS" 

"Always cheery, nc 
weary" 

G.L.C. I; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Comm. 3, 4; Student 
cil 1; Megaphone 2, 3; 
Club 2; Friendship 
Honor Study Hall 2, 
Dancing Club 1; 
Cabinet 4. 



PAPPAS, FAYE 

"FAZIE" 



F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; 
Orchestra 1, 2; Survey Rep. 
4; Eucuyo 4; Friendship 2, 
3, 4; Honor Study Holl 3, 
4; Pre-Med Club 2; Pinochle 
Club 3. 



69 




OPALICH, DOROTHY 

"DORTH" 



"The eyes that 



F.T.A. 4; G.L.C. 1, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Advisory 
Board 4, Letterwinner 4; 
Choir 1; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
2, 3, 4, Ass't Circulation 
Manager 3, Circulation 
Manager 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 2 3, 4; Friendship 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Card Club 1; Fencing Club 
2; All School Play Prod. 
Staff 3, 4; Flashcards 3, 
4, Advisory Board 4; Hall 
Guard 4, Captain 4. 



PALM, FRED 

"FREDDIE" 

"Swing it, Freddie" 

Football 1, 2; Wrestling I; 
Boy's Leaders Club 1; Drum- 
mer, Major Club 3; Stage 
Crew 4; All School Play 
Cast 2, 3; Big Show Prod. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Band 4, Pres. 
4; Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, 
Lieutenant 3, 4; Marching 
Band I, 2, 3, 4, First Ser- 
geant 3, Band Director 3, 
4; Pit Band 3, 4, Honor 
Sergeant 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 
4; Choir 4; Thespians 3, 4, 
V. Pres. 4; Singing for Fun 



PAPP, BARBARA 

"BARBARA" 



lilence 



ve been told 
golden" 

1 ; Book- 



F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 
store 4; All School Play 
Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4; Play 
Night Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Edit. Staff 3; Friend- 
ship 2. 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Thespians 4; Dance 
Club I; Singing for Fun 4. 



PARR, BONNIE 

"BONNIE" 

"Not only can she define 
charm, she can practice it" 

Entered Euclid in her Junior 

World Affairs 2; Big Show 
Prod. Staff 3; Hope Chest 
4; Friendship 2, 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3. 



PASQUALE, DAN 

"PASQUALE" 

"Everything comes to him 
who waits" 

Track 2; Ad Club 4; Book- 



Track Club 
ing Club 3. 



Record Club 



PEARLMAN, CAROL 

"SQUEAKS" 

"Carnegie Hall or bust" 

G.A.A. I, 2; P. A. Club 2, 

3, 4, Sec'y 4, Technician 

4; Big Show 



1, 2, 3 4; Solo 



2, 

Cho 

ensemble 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Drama Club 
I, Pres. I; Fencing Club 2; 
Music Appreciation 3; Col- 
lege Reading 4. 



PEJACK, EDWIN 

"EM" 



Tennis 3, 4: Trig and Slide 
Rule Club 2; Zoology Club 
3; Chemistry Club 3, 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



PERKINS, GEORGE 

"GEORGE" 




PATTERSON, RONALD 

"RON" 



Enter 3, Camera Club 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Euclidian Photog- 
rapher 4; Golt 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4, 



PEGORARO, JAMES 

"PEG" 

"Hold the fort, girls; 
I'm coming" 

Football 1, 2, Letterwinner 
1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Letterwinner 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1 , Letterman 1 ; Ten- 
nis 1, Letterwinner 1; Let- 
termen's Club 3, 4; Euclid- 
ian Bus, Staff; Lords Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4; Card Club 1; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



PENNER, JANICE 

"JANICE" 



PERTICK, MICHAEL 

"MICK" 

"A pleasing way with little 
to say" 

Football 1, 2; Basketball 
1; Baseball 1, 4; Boy's 
Leaders Club 1, 2; Camera 
Club 1, 2; P.A. Club 1; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Pin- 
ochle Club 4. 



PERUSEK, BEVERLY 

"BEV" 

"Success will be hers" 

FT. A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Prom Comm. 4; Swim 
Club 3. 4; P. A. Club 3; 
All School Play Prod. Staff 

2, 3; Spring Play Prod. 
Staff 4; Big Show Prod. 
Staff 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
4; Euclidian Edit. Staff 4, 
Typist 4; Survey Bus. Staff 

3, 4, Circulation Manager 
4; Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 
2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Plotter Club I; Service 
Squad 2; Holl Guard 3; 
Flashcards 4. Advisory Board 
4; Nat'l Quill and Scroll 



PETERS, FRED 

"FRED" 
"My heart is happy" 



PHELPS, JUNE 

"HEIDE" 



G.A.A. 2; Choir 2; Glee Club 
I; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4; Pinochle 3, 4; 
Party Games 2; Archery 3; 
Journalism 1. 



PIERRET, KATHIE 

"KITTY" 



Jr. Red Cross 1; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Friend- 
ship 4; Social Dancing 3; 
Singing for Fun 4. 




PETELINKAR, RICHARD 

"RICK" 

"Short of speech — never" 

Honor Study Hall 4; Biology 
Club 2; Calypso Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3. 



PETRICH, NANCY 

"NAN"' 



at 



nd" 



All 



Nat'l Honor Society 3, 
G.A.A. 2, 4; Guidance Cou 
cil 1, 3, 4; Prom Com 
4; Student Council 
School Ploy Cast 3, Prod. 2; 
Play Night Cast 2, 4; Choii 
1; Friendship 2, 3, 4, Pres 
2, Sec'y-Treas. 3, Usher 3; 
Thespians 3, 4, Scribe 3, 4; 
Pinochle 4; Archery 2, 3; 
Hall Guard 3, 4; Typing 4; 
Party Games 2. 



PICKETT, BEATRICE 

"BEA" 



Club 1, 
^ndship 



chery 2; Si 
jsic Appreciate 
irsing 4. 



POKRANT, LEONARD 

"LEN" 



to meet" 



ally nice 



Movie Club 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Model Plane Club 
1; Automotives 2; Photog- 
raphy 4. 



PORTER, SPENCER 

"SPENCE" 

"He lives each day, in 
his own woy" 

Basketball I; Music Ap- 
preciation 2; Student Coun- 
cil I; Dance Club 1. 



POTTS, THOMAS 

"TOM" 

"This boy is one of the 

best. His friendliness shines 

above the rest" 



POWELL, RONALD 

"RON" 
"Absorbed in deep thoughts" 



PRIEST, MAXINE 

"MAX" 

"Voriety Girl" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Prom Comm. 
4; Student Council 3; Swim 
Club 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 
4; Pianist 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 
Council 3, 4. 




POTICHNY, ELAINE 

"LOU" 



G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3; Ad Club 3, 4; Megaphone 
2; Survey Bus. Staff 2; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 
2, 3; Service Club 1; Dance 
Club 1; Nat'l Honor Society 



POUSE, DARLENE 

"SMUGGLES" 

"Artistry in Moods" 

Entered Euclid in her Junior 

year. 

Class Cabinet 4; Megaphone 

3; Friendship 4. 



PRICE, RICHARD 

"No matter what paths, 

roads or woys, he will 

remember his high school 

days" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 1, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 
Letterman 1 ; Boy's Leaders 
Club 1; Choir 1; Canasta 3. 



"El 



PRIMEAU, JAMES 

"FRENCHIE" 
'is never heard of hit 



Football 1; Cross Country 
3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Boy's Leaders Club 1; Big 
Show Cast 3, 4; Choir ], 2, 
3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Lords 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Wrestling Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



RAFTER, CAROL 

"KAY" 



G.A.A. I, 2, 4; Class Cabi- 
net 3; Prom Comm. 3; 
Movie Club 1, 2; Megaphone 
Club 2; Friendship 2, 3; 
Service Club 1, 3; Knitting 
Club Canasta Club 4. 



RANKIN, MARGARET 

"MARGIE" 

"Margie, we're always 
thinking of you" 

Sports Queen Attendant 1 ; 
F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; 
Class Cabinet 4; Student 
Council I; Megaphone Club 
2, 3; Friendship 2, 3; Dance 
Club 1. 



RAYER, JOANNE 



'Son 



sweet" 



G.A.A. 1, 2; Megaphone 
Club 1, 2, 3- All School 
Play Prod. Staff 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 4; Codet Choir 4; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4, Usher 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Charm 
Club 4; Social and Service 
Club 1. 



REDFERN, JACKIE 

"JAKE" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 1, Capt. 1; G.A.A. 

2, 3;. Attendant to Queen 
I; F.N. A. 4; Big Show 2; 
Choir 2, 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 4; Eucuyo 3, 4, Sec'y 

3, Poetry Editor 4; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Dancing Club 1; 
Nursing Club 2; Publications 




RANDALL, ROBERT 



"A walking dictionary" 

N.F.L. 2, 3; Nat'l Quill and 
Scroll 3, 4; World Affairs 
2; Track 1, 4; Tennis 3, 4, 
Letterman 3, 4; All School 
Play Cast 2, Prod. Staff 
3; Choir 4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 3, 4; Eucuyo Edit. 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Biology Club 3; Chess Club 



RASH, DENNIS 

"LOOPER" 



"A den 



the court" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 4; Tennis 3, 4, Letter- 
man 4; Boy's Leaders 1 ; 
Student Council 3; Survey 
Edit. Staff 3, 4, Sports Edit. 
4; Sports Club 1; Basketball 
Club 3, 4; Spirits 4. 



REBER, CAROLE 

"CAROLE" 

s my chief delight to do 
the things I might" 



RESS, LINDA LEE 

"GIGGLES" 

"Bright and gay, that 
winning way" 

F.T.A. 3, 4, Exec. Board 4; 
G.L.C. 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; 
Student Council 1, 2; Cam- 
era Club I, Sec'y 1; All 
School Play; Play Night 
Prod. Staff 1, 2, 4, Cast 1, 
2, 4; Big Show Band 4; 
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 1 , 2, 3; Croir 
1; Survey Edit. 4; Eucuyo 



jlati< 



Ma 



endship 3, 4, Usher 2, 4; 
-lor Study Hall 4; Pinochle 
Publications 4; Y-Teens 
2; Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



RICHARDS, PAUL 

"PAUL" 



Football 2; Swimming 3, 4, 
Letterman 4; Boy's Leaders 
Club I, 4; Student Council 
2; Swim Club 4; Key Club 

2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4; Choir 
1; Hi-Y 2; Honor Study Hall 

3, 4; World Affairs I; 
Biology Club 2; Hearts Club 
3; Physics Club 4. 



RIEHL, LOIS 

"LOIS" 
"Not quantity, its qu 



ROCHKAR, DIANE 

"ROCKIE" 

"Field and court, she's just 
a good sport" 

G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4; 
Choir 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
ecord Club 1; Knitting Club 
2; Big Show Prod. Staff 
3; Pony Chorus 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Nat'l Honor 
Society 4. 



ROSE, CHARLOTTE 

"CHAR" 



Big Show 
Glee Club 
Cadet Cho 



Friendship 
Appreciate 
Chest 4. 




RIDINGER, JOHN 

"BLONDY" 



Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3; Track I, Letterman 
1; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Boy's Leaders 1; Regents 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Officials Club I; 
Juarterback Club 2, 3; Class 
Cabinet 4. 



RITCHIE, GLORIA 

"RICKIE" 

"I'm very much engaged" 

Friendship 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Party Games I; 
Pinochle Club 3; Hope Chest 



ROGERS, JAMES 

"JIM" 

"Roger: I've get it" 

Baseball I, 2; Hearts Club 
I, 2; Party Games 1; 
Pinochle Club I. 



ROSE, GUILA 

"GUY" 



F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 4; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Knitting Club 
2; Pinochle Club 3, 4. 



ROSE, JERRY 

"JERRY" 



Key Club 4; Boy's Leader 
Club 1; Foremen's Club 4 



ROTH, BETTY 

"BETTY" 



endship I, 2; Donee Club 
Music Appreciation 2; 
arm Club 4. 



RUNO, JACQUELINE 

"JACKIE" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
G.A.A. I, 2, 4, Sec'y 1; 
Movie Club 2; All School 
Play Prid. Staff 4; Survey 
Edit. Staff 3, 4, Assit. Copy 
Edit. 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
Usher 2; Bridge Club 1; 
Knitting Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Canasta 
Club 4; Service Club 3; 
Dance Club 1. 



SALAJCIK, HELENA 

"HELENA" 




ROSKOPH, BARBARA 

"MOUSE" 

"I've got rhythm" 

Megaphone Club I; Choir 
1; Friendship 2; Service Club 
2; Charm Club 4. 



ROW, GARY 

"GARY" 



■ie Club 1, 



Electronics Club 
sing Club 2; 

jb 4. 



RYDER, WILLA 

"WILLIE" 



G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Advisory Board 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Majorette 
Club 3; Megaphone Club 1, 
2; Big Show Cast 2, 3, - 
Prod. 3; Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4 
Sec'y 4, Cabinet 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 3; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 3; Survey Bus. 
Staff 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, 
Friendship 2, 3, 4. 



SAMIDA, PATRICIA 

"PAT" 



G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
w.nner 1; Hall Guard 4; 
Movie Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 
4; Jr. Red Cross 1, Pres. 
1; F.N. A. 3, 4; Friendship 
2; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Home Nursing 2, 3, Pres. 3; 
Creative Writing 4. 



SAMSA, MARILYN 

"SAM" 



N.F.L. 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 

2. 3, 4; Choir I, 2, 3. 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 3, 4; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff 4; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4; Friendship 
2, 3, 4; Dramatics 1; Home 
Nursing 2; Geography 1; 
Play Prod. Club 1, 



SANDERS, DONNA 

"KITTEN" 

"A girl has a right to 
change her mind" 



G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 



Club 3, 4, 

us. Staff 3, 4, 

Friendship 2, 3, 

Study Hall 3; 

Club I; Home 

>; Geography 1; 



SAYAT, MARK 

"MARK" 
"Pick of the crop" 



SCHONHUITT, EVELYN 

"EVIE" 
"A cute little package" 

1; Charm 




SANDA, JOANNE 

"JO" 



smiles with you" 

N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 
Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 
G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4, Letterwinner 1; Class 
Cabinet 4; Sec'y; Majorette 
Club 2; Guidance Council 
3, 4; Student Council 3; 
Spring Play Cast, All School 
Play Prod. Staff 1, 3; Big 
Show 2; Co-Chairman Com- 
munity Chest 4. 



SANTEE, SANDRA 

"SANDY" 

"She travels the highway 
to happiness" 

G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4, Maiorette Club 2, 3; F.N. 
A. 4; All School Play Prod. 
Staff 2, 3; Eucuyo 2, 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Dramatics 
Club '; Geography Club '. 



SCHEEL, KENNETH 

"KEN" 

"A's and B's, never C's" 

Orchestra 1 ; Photography 
Club 2; Scrabble Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 4. 



SCHREINER, ELIZABETH 

"BETTY" 

"So full of fun, she jokes 
with everyone" 

G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Student 
Council 4; Movie Club 3, 
4; Big Show Prod. Staff 3; 
Choir 1; Survey Edit. Staff 
4; Drama Club 1; Pre Med. 
2; Creative Writing 4; Music 
Appreciation 1 . 



76 



SCHROCK, LINDA 

"LIN" 

"Vim, vigor, and vitality" 

G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 1; Class Cabinet 3 
Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 
Letterwinner 1, 4, Capt. 2 
Big Show Cast 2, 4, Prod 
Staff 3; Choir 1, 2, 
Survey Edit. Staff 3, 4 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honoi 
Study Holl 3, 4, Sec'y 4 




SCHWARTS, GAIL 

"GAILEY" 

Pleasant, peppy and 
personality plus" 

Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 
G.L.C. 1, 3, 4, Pres. 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3 4, Treas 3 
Exec. Board 3, 4; Mega- 
phone Club 1, Cheerleader 
1; Choir 1; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3; Survey Bus. Staff 
2, 3, 4; Business Manager 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, 
Usher 2; Honor Study Hall 
3; Nursing Club 2. 



SCOTT, WILLIAM 

"BILL" 

"The tall silent type" 

Football 4; Baseball 1, 2; 
Trock 3, Letterman 3; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Boy's 
Leaders I; Nobles Hi-Y 1, 
2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Diamond Sports 2; Quorter- 
back Club 4. 



SEAMAN, DONNA 

"SEAWEED" 

"A fashion page from 
Vogue" 

G.A.A. 1; G.L.C. 1; Class 
Vice Pres. 1 ; Megaphone 
Club 3; P. A. Club 1; Choir 
I; Girl's Glee Club I; 
Friendship 3, 4, Usher 3, 
4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; 
Knitting Club 1; Dance Club 
2; Charm Club 4. 



SIEBER, SHIRLEY 

"SHIRT" 

"Beauty is It's own excuse 
for being" 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Swim Club 
3, 4, Pres. 4; Majorette 
Club 3; Survey 4; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; H«nor Study 
Hall 3; Pre-Med 2; Modern 
Dance Club 1; Creative 
Writing 3. 




SEAMAN, DALE 

"DALE" 



SHUSTER, PATRICIA 

"PUDDLES" 

"She's got that jingle, 
jongle, jingle" 

G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 3; Choir 1; 
Girl's Glee Club 1 ; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4, Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Canasta Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 3. 



SKERLY, VIVIAN 

"VIV" 

"A smile, a dimple, Sweet 
and simple" 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship 3; 
Honor Study Holl 4; Music 
Appreciation 3; Browsing 
Club 3; Painting and Draw- 
ing Club 4. 



SLAPNICHER, 
ANTHONY 

"TED" 

"Whatever shod come, he 
con meet and conquor" 

Entered Euclid in his Senior 



SMITH, BEVERLY 

"BEV" 



So do I!" 

F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 3; 
G.L.C. I, 4; G.A.A. 4; Prom 
Comm. 3, 4; Bookstore 
Manager 4; All School Play, 
Play Night, Spring Play 
Prod. Staff 3, 4; Choir 1; 
Girl's Glee Club I; Survey 
Bus. Staff 3, 4; Friendship 
2. 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
3; Y-Teens 1; Dancing Club 
2; Flashcards 3, 4. 



SMITH, PATRICK 

"PAT" 

"He always came through 
tor the gold and blue" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 

2, 3, 4, Letterman 4; Track 

3, Letterman 3; Lettermen's 
Club 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 2 
Cabinet 4; Student Council 



Hi-Y 2, 



Ho 
3; Quarterback 



SOEDER, DOROTHY 

"DOTTIE" 



Platter Fans I; Drawing and 
Painting 2; Scrabble Club 
3; Publications 4. 




SMEBY, JOHN 

"JOHN" 



Concert Band 1, 2; Chem- 
istry Club I; Physics Club 
2; Basketball 3. 



SMITH, DENNIS 

"DENNY" 



Nat'l Athletic Scholarship 
Society 3, 4; Football 1; 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Manager 
2. Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 

1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 1 ; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Prom 
Comm. 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2; P. A. Tech. 1; Key 
Club 4; Bookstore 3; Survey 
Edit. Staff 4; Lords Hi-Y 

2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 
4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Scrabble Club 3; Co-Chair- 
man Community Chest 



SODERBERG, LORETTA 

"LORI" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 3, 4; Prom Comm. 
3; Student Council 4, Exec. 
Board 4; Majorette Club 2; 
Spring Play, All School Play 
Prod. 2; Choir 4; Big Show 
4; Spirits 4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 3, 4, Assistant Edit. 
3, Edit.-in-Chief 4; Bus. 
Staff 3; Eucuyo 2, 3, 4, 
Sec'y 4, Treas. 3; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Usher 
2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 



SOLON, MARTHA 

"SARTH" 

"It's commendable; 
She's dependable" 

G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4; G.L.C. 1, 
3, 4, Treas. 4; Friendship 
2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 3; Exec 
Board 4, Usher 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4; Choir I, 
2; Girl's Glee Club 3; Mega- 
phone 1; Dance Club 2; 
Pinochle 2. 



SOMRAK, TERRY 

"LEW" 

"Still water runs deep" 

World Affairs 1; Music A 
prestation 2; Browsing CI 
3; Singing for Fun 4. 



STADLER, PATRICIA 

"PAT" 



G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; F.N.A. 3, 
4; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Knit- 
ting Club I; Home Nursing 
2; Woodshop 3; Singing for 
Fun 4. 



STEELMAN, EARL 



"He Is a boy of deepest 

thought, His qualities cannot 

be bought" 



STEGURA, ROBERT 

"BOB" 
"Little Giant" 




SPRING, ARTHUR 

"ART" 

"Come what may; 
Tomorrow's another day" 

Pinochle Club 1; Canasta 
Club 2, 3; Dancing Club 4. 



STANKIEWICZ, 
LOR ETTA 

"LORI" 

"By being herself she 
shines" 

G.A.A. I; Jr. Red Cross 1; 
Big Show Prod. Staff 4 
Friendship 4; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Modern Dance 3; 
Art Club 2. 



STEGH, KENNETH 

"ELVIS" 
"Always a friend is our boy 



Ken" 



3; Canasta 



STELLUTI, DELORES 

"DEE" 

"A little spark plug in 
every crowd" 

G.L.C. I, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4, Pres. 1, Letterwinner 1; 
Choir 1; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
3; Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Recreation 1; Hall Guard 4- 
Honor Study Hall 3. 



STENGER, CHARLES 

"CHARLIE" 

"His friendships are 

growing, and his personality 

we'll not forget" 

F.T.A. 4; World Affairs 1, 
2, 3, 4; Sfudent Council 2; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Red 
Cross 1; Science Club 1, 
Treas. 1 . 



STERMOLE, ELAU 

"STERM" 



G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Movie 
3, 4; Choir 1; Soph. 
2; Friendship Club 2, 
Usher 2, 3; Math Clu 
Photography Club 2; t 
Club 2; Music Appreci 
3; Pinochle 4. 



STINSON, BARBARA 

"BARB" 



Entered Euclid High 

Junior year. 

Honor Study Holl 4. 



STROHM, PAUL 

"BALDY" 



Football I, 2, 3, Letterm 
3; Basketball 1; Track 1, 
Letterman 2; Class Cabir 

1, 4; Student Council 1, 
Movie Club 1; Hi-Y 
Gymnastics 1; Quarterba 
Club ,2 3; Lettermen's CI 

2, 3, 4; Class Officer 
Vice-Pres. 1. 




STENGER, LARRY 

"RED" . 



stball 1, Lettermor 
rvey Edit. Staff 
lochle 3, 4. 



STEVENS, JAMES 

"JIM" 



ndly spark" 



Dancing Club 1, 
ball 2; Chess 
Drawing Club 4. 



STONE, ROBERTA 

"BERTIE" 

"A sweet gal to have 

around, A good friend like 

her cannot be found" 

G.L.C. 1, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; 

Senior Cabinet 4; Prom 
Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 
1, 2, J. V. Cheerleader 1, 
2; F.N.A. 3, 4, Sec. 4; Big 
Show Cast 4; Choir 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 
Friendship 2, 3, Usher 
Honor Study Hall 4; 
ochle Club 3. 



STEUHRINGER, JEAN 

"STRINGER" 



G.L.C. I; G.A.A. 1; Swim 
Club 3, 4; Megaphone 
Club 1; Staae Crew 4; Girl's 
Glee Club 2, 4; Big Show 
Cost 4; Friendship 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Dance Club 1. 



80 



SULLIVAN, ROGER 

"SILLY" 



football 1, 2, 4; Chess Club 
2; Quarterback Club 4. 



TABOR, JOE ANN 



"Jo always does her best" 

Big Show Prod. Staff 4; 
Choir I: Ball Room Dancing 
2, 3; Modern Dancing 2, 3. 



TAPASSI, ANDREA 

"DORI" 
"When Don dances witt 



G.A.A. 1; Friendship 2; 
Dramatics 1; Ballroom 
Dancing 2; Chorm Club 4, 
Modern Dance Club 2; Red 
Cross Club 3. 



TEGEL, WILLIAM 

"BILL" 

"On the mound. He's 
triumph bound" 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Wrest- 
ling 4, Letterman 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 
1, 4; Lettermen's Club 4: 
Dance Club 1, 2; Guidance 
Council 3; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3, 4; Basketball Club 
3; Diamond Sports Club 2, 
3, 4. 




SWANEY, JUDITH 

"JUDY" 
Never lets her studi( 



interfere with he 



rk" 



G.L.C; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 1; Prom 
Comm. 3; Big Show Cast 2; 
Choir 1; Girl's Glee Club 3; 
Soph. Choir 2; Survey Edit. 
Staff 4; Class Cabinet 3; 
Eucuyo 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
4, Exec. Board 4, Pres. 
Senior Chapter 4, Usher 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4, 
Dance Club 1, 2; Travel 
Club 3; Pinochle Club 2; 
Publications 4; Spirits 4. 



TAHON, CHARLES 

"CHUCK" 
Ks a comic. He's atomic" 



TAYLOR, WILLIAM 

"BILL" 

"An example of a gooc 
guy" 



TEMPLIN, RENA 

"REBEL" 



Nat. Quill and Scroll 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidance 
Council 3, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2; Survey Edit. Staff 
3, 4, Front Page Editor 4; 
Eucuyo 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
4; Dancing Club 1, Vice- 
President T; N.H.S. 4. 



TENCH, TOM 

"TINY 



Football 2, 3, Letterman 1; 
B sketball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 
4; Concert Band I, 2, 3; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball Club 1; Dancing 
Club 2, 3; Foremen's Club 



THOMAS, JON 

"PINHEAD" 



ladies man" 

Football I, 2, Co-Captain 
2, Letterman 1; Basketball 

1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1, 2, 
Letterman 1, 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 3, 4; Boy's 
Leaders 1; Senior Cabinet 
4; Guidance Council 1, 2; 
Student Council 2; Big Show 
Cast 2; Choir 1,2,3; Boy's 
Glee Club 1, 3; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3, 4, Lord's Hi-Y 

2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
4; Dance Club 1, 2; Quart- 
erback Club 2; Basketball 
Club 2; Diamond Sports 



Club 2, 3. 



TIMCO, RONALD 

"RED" 
"Quite the friendly lad." 

Scrabble Club 3, 



TOWN, JUDY 

"JUDY" 



G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Mega- 



pho 



Club 1, 



rleader 2; Big Show 
Cast 2; Choir 1, 2; Girl's 
Glee Club 3; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
4, Vice-Pres. 4; Honor Study 
Hall 4; Travel Club 3; 
Creative Writing 4. 




THOMAS, JAMES 

"JIM" 

"Lift your head up high 
and you'll show the world" 

Zoology 3; Physics Club 4. 



THOMAS, MARLENE 

"MARTY" 
"Quiet a; 



mouse; Gentle 



as 



Big 



F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 1, 
Red Cross 3; F.N. A. 
Show Cast 2; Friendship 
Club 2; Scrap Book Club 1; 
Adventures with Business 
Machines Club 4. 



TOTH, HENRY 

"HANK" 

"Mild, yet he satisfies" 

Music Appreciation 

Photography Club Club '. 
4, Pinochle 1. 



TOZZI, JOHN 

"JOHNNIE" 
"Man Alive" 



82 



ULMANN, JOAN 

"JOANNIE" 

Ninety-nine and forty-four 

one-hundredth? percent 
true" 

I.A.A. I, 2, 4; F.N. A. 3, 
; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
Isher 2; Home Nurse Clu^ 
■ Big Sister 1; Scrabble 



VACCARIELLO, 
NICHOLAS 

"VACC" 

'Work fascinates mc — I 

:on sit and look at it for 

hours" 

Wrestling 4; Student Coun- 
:il 1; Ad Club 2; Key Club 
I; Concert Band 1 , 2, 3, 4 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3 
Luclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4 
'inochle Club I, 2; Dance 
3lub 3; Cribbage 4; Hall 



VAH, RICHARD 

"DICK" 



Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 4; Wrestling 1 . 2, 3, 4, 
Letterman 1, 4; Track 2; 
Lettermen's Club 4; Boy's 
Leaders 4; Guidance Coun- 
cil 3; Choir 1; Boy's Gle 
Club 1; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
3, 4; Regent's Hi-Y 4; Hon- 
or Study Hall 4; Dance Club 
1; Golf Club 1; Wrestling 
Club 2; Quarterback Club 
2, 3, 4. 



VALENTI, ALBERT 



"Speedy Volenti and his 
crazy cats" 

Class Cabinet 2, 3; Guidance 
Council 2, 3; All School 
Ploy Cast 2; Spring Play 
Cast 2; Big Show Cast 3, 
4; Dance Club 3, Pres. 3; 
Card Club 2; Big Show 
Prod. Staff 4. 



83 




URGELEIT, LEONARD 

"LENNY" 

"Sporty Smile" 

Football 1, Letterman 1; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 1 ; Stage Crew 1 ; Stage 
Craft 1; Ball Room Dancing 
2; Basketball Club 2, 4; 
Pinochle Club 3. 



VADAKIN, WILLIAM 



"I hove no strife to bother 

my life — So I paddle my 

own conoe" 



VALDUGA, ARLENE 

"PHEBE" 

"Her groceful hands are 

soothing comfort to a 

piano" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
FT A 3, 4; World Affair: 
Club 1; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
1 2, 3, 4; Prom Comm. 

3- Ad Club 3, 4; All School 
Prod. Staff 3; Big Show 
Band 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 

4- Marching Band 3; Pit 
B'and 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 
4' Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, 
Edit. Staff 2; Friends-hip 
Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. Exec. 
Board 4; Honor Study Hall 
Monitor 3, 4; Service and 
Social Club 1; Student 
Faculty Comm. 4. 



WAKELEE, JUDITH 

"JUDY" 

"I can't help it, I'm just a 
genius" 

N.F.L. 4; Nat'l Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Bookstore 4; All 
School Play Cast 4; Prod. 
Staff 2, 3; Play Night Proa 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 
Prod. Staff 2, 3, 4; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Treas. 
3; Survey Edit. Staff 2, 3, 
4- Copy Editor 4; Eucuyo 

2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 

3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Pub- 
lications Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
Pres. 3; Dramatics Club 1. 



WALDMAN, GAIL 

"WORDS" 



N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 
4; Not'l Honor Society 3, 
4- Not'l Quill and Scroll 3, 
4; World Affair's Club 3, 
4, Vice-Pres. 4; P. A. Club 
2, 3, 4, Announcer; All 
School Play 2, 3, 4, Director 
4, Cast 3, Prod. Staff 2, 3, 
4; Spring Play Prod. Staff 

2, 3, 4; Survey Edit. Staff 

3, 4, Feature Editor 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Thespians 3, 4. 



WALTERS, WILLIAM 

"BILL" 

"A lot of friends he has 

made because of 

cheerfulness displayed" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Choir 
4; Madrigals 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Quarterback Club 
2, 3, 4; Track Club 3, 4. 



WARD, RICHARD 

"RICK" , 

"He's "Rich" in friends" 

Football 3, 4, Letterman 3, 
4; Lettermen's Club 3, « 
Honor Study Hall 4; Quart- 
erback Club 3, 4; Pinochle 
3; Automotives I, 2. 



WATKINS, JERRY 

"JERRY" 
"A penny saved is a penny 

Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; All 
School Play Prod. Staff 4; 
Big Show Prod. Staff 3; 
Choir I; Honor Study Hall 
3, 4; Model Club 1; Chorm 
Club 2; Travel Club 4. 




WALL, RAYMOND 

"RAY" 

"This Wall is ever sturdy 
and capable" 

Track 1; Tennis 2, 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Student Council 
4; Key Club 3, 4; All School 
p'lay Cast 2; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 3, 4, Advertising 
Manager 4; Eucuyo 4, 
Scandal Sheet Editor 4; Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Sec. 
4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Publications Club 4; Auto- 
motives Club 2. 



WALTON, BRIAN 

"LIMEY" 

"I say, anybody for a 
spot of tea?" 

All School Play Cast 4; Big 
Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Choir 
I, 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 4; 
Orchestra 2; Music Ap- 
preciation I, 2, 3; Drawing 
and Painting Club 4. 



WATERWASH, JAMES 

"JIM" 

"You may think that Jim 

is quiet; watch out, though, 

he's a riot" 

Track 1, 2, 3. 4; P. A. 
Technicians 1 ; Key Club 3, 
4- Hi-Y 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Track Club 2; 
Gymnastics Club 4; Flash 
Cards 4. 



WAWRZYNIAK, JAMES 

"WAWRZ" 

"Toll, tailored, and poised" 

Not'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
Nat'l Athletic Scholastic So- 
ciety 3, 4; Football 3, 
Letterman 3; Track 3; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Student Council 3, 4, Vice 
Pres. 4; P. A. Announcer 
3; All School Play Stage 
Director 4; Euclidian Edit. 
Staff 4, Ass't Mounting 
Editor 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 
3; Dance Club 2; College 
Reading Club 4; Officials 
Club 3. 



WEISS, 


RICHARD 


"WEASLE' 




"A real 


"Wise" 


guy" 


Chess Club 
Club 4. 


2, 3; 


Pinochl 



WERTENBERGER, 
ORLOW 

"WERT" 

"Mighty, Mighty Man" 

Student-Faculty Comm. 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man 1, 3, 4; Wrestling I, 
2, 3, 4, Letterman 1, 3, 4; 
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 



Letterman's Club 3, 4; Boy's 
Leaders I; Class Vice Pres 
2; Class Cabinet 3; Prom 
Comm. I, 3, 4; Student 
Council 3; Jr. Red Cross 2 
Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4 
Madrigals 4; Survey Bus 
Staff 2, 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 
Pres. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Treas 
4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Treas 
3, 4, Choir Council 3, 4, 
Boy's Glee Club 2, 3, 
Dance Club I; Quarterback 
Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Club 
2, 3, 4; Baseball Club 1, 2 



WHISLER, JILL 

"JILL 



Entered Euclid in 

year. , 

Senior Cabinet 4. 



WILLIAMS, GAIL 

"GAIL" 




WERLEY, RICHARD 

"RICH" 



Cast 2, 3, 4, Prod. Staff 3. 
4; Concert Band 1; Choir 
2, 3, 4; Madrigals 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 
4; Dance Club 1, 2; Canasta 



WEST, KENNETH 



WIGHT, THOMAS 

"TOM" 



Nat'l Quill and Scroll 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
Nat'l Athletic Society 3, 4, 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man I, 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
man I; Lettermen's Club 3, 
4; Boy's Leaders Club I; 
Student-Faculty Comm. 3, 4; 
Class Cabinet 3, 4; Guidance 
Comm. 4; Prom Comm. 2, 

3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
Jr. Red Cross 2; Lord's Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Club 1; Biology Club 
2; Quarterback Club 3, 4; 
Chess Club 4; Big Show 2, 
4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2; Pit Band 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 

4, Bus. Manager 4. 



WILLIAMS, JOHN 

"ROOKIE" 



can love" 

Football 1, 2, 3, Letterman 
2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Base- 
ball 1, 2; Lettermen's Club 
2, 3; Senior Cabinet 4; 
Stage Crew 4; Lord's Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
2; Quarterback Club 2, 3; 
Cribbage Club 4; Dance 
Club 1. 



WILLIAMS, PATRICIA 

"WILLIE" 

"Hoppy-go-lucky" 

G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4, Ad- 
visory Board 4; Megaphone 
Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 
2, 3; F.N.A. 4; Prom Comm 
3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Friendship 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3. 



WITTINE, MATTHEW 

"MATT" 

"Beware the fury of a 
patient man" 



WOLF, CAROL 

"WOLFIE" 

"A kindly grace, 
A pleasant face" 



2, 3; 



School 



G.A.A. 

Play Prod. Staff 3, 4; Play 
Night; Spring Play 3, 4; 
Fr.endship Club 2, 3, 4, 
Travel Club 2; Charm Club 
4; Service Clcb 1. 



WOTAWA, MARY ANN 

"MARY" 





"A 
A ti 


kindly 
■iendly 


grace, 
face" 




F.T.A. 4; 
Club 3, 
F.N.A. 4; 
1 ; Cadet 
ship 3, 4; 


World Affair's 
4; G.A.A. 3, 4; 
Girl's Glee Club 
Choir 4; Friend- 
Honor Study Hall 




"A "' 

F.T.A. 



WISE, JAMES 

"JIM" 
'wise" man goes 



far" 

Movie Club I, 2, 
3 4, Pres. 4; Model Club 1; 
Photography Club 2; Travel 
Club 3; Jr. Motion Picture 
Council 4. 



WOLANSKI, SUSAN 

"SUE" 

"Sweet Sue, just you" 

G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Majorette 
Club 3, 4, Majorette 4; 
Megaphone Club 3; Big 
Show Cast 2, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; Pony Chorus 4; 
Scrap Book 1 . 



WOLF, FRANCES 

"FRANCES" 



"F 


riendliness is o 
her virtues" 


ne 


of 


Entei 


ed Euclid 


in he 


r J 


jnior 


year 

F.N.A. 4, Cli 
Honor Study H 
ship Club 4; 
Drawing Club 


all 3; 

Paint 

3, 


Sec. 4; 
Friend- 
ing and 
Knitting 



WRIGHT, CYNTHIA 

"CINDY" 



"Just 



and sweet" 

2, 3, 



G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. ., 
Guidance Council 4; Student 
Council 4; Stage Crew 2; 
Bookstore 1 ; Concert Band 
1; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 
Edit. Staff 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 



ung 



and 



Archery 
College Reading 
Home Arts Club I, 



YAGER, MILDRED 

"MILLIE" 

"That's our Millie" 

Not'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, 
Exec. Board 3, 4; Class 
Cabinet 3, 4; Prom Comm. 

3, 4; Student Council 1 ; 
G.A.A. 3, 4; All School Play 
Prod. Staff 2, 3; Play Night 
Prod. Staff 3; Concert Band 
I; Survey Edit. Staff 2, 3, 

4, Clubs Editor 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Thespians 3, 
4; Recreation Club I; Brow- 
sing Club 2; College Read- 
ing Club 3. 



YOCKEY, PATRICIA 

"PAT" 



Student Council 4; Stage 
Crew 2, 3; Big Show Cast 
2, 3, 4; Croir I, 2; Ball 
Room Dancing Club 1; Pony 
Chorus 2, 3, 4. 



ZAHLER, WILLIAM 

BUZZY" 

"Always leave 'em 
laughing" 

Not'l Quill and Scroll 3, 
Nat'l Honor Society 4; Tei 
nis 3, 4. Letterman 3; Pro 
Comm. 1, 3, 4; Jr. Ri 
Cross 2; Key Club 3, 4, I 
ternational Delegate 3; / 
School Play Cast 2; B 
Show Cast 



3; Cho 



I, 2, 3, 

Staff 3. 



4; Euclidic 
Advertising Manager 3; Sur- 
vey Edit. Staff 4, Cartoonist 
4; Lord's Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 
3, Pres. 4; Dance Club 1. 





ZANYK, 


JOHN 






"SKIP" 




"A 


nd the band 


marches on" 


Boy's Leaders 


Club 


1; 


Movie Club 1; 


Stage 


Crew 


1; 


P. A. Club 


1; Big 


Show 


2, 


3, 4; Concert Band 


1, 2, 


3, 


4; Marching 


Band 


2, 3, 


4; 


Pit Band 2, 


3, 4; Tumb- 


ling Club 1; Canasta 


Club 


2; 


Ballroom Dancing 


Club 


3; 


Singing for 


: un 4. 





87 




YATSKO, JACK 

"JACK" 



3ross Country 3; Model Club 
1; Dance Club; Chess Club 
I, 2; Art Club; Journalism 

Club I. 



YOPKO, MICHAEL 

"MIKE" 



sometimes I m gay 

N.F.L. 3, 4; Basketball I; 
Bookstore 3; Boy's Glee 
Club 3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
3; Platter Fans 1; Auto- 
motives Club 2; Painting 
and Drawing Club 3; Sing- 
ing for Fun 4. 



ZANGHI, MARY 

"ZINGIE" 

"A peppy and energetic 

one. 
She lives to have fun" 

N.F.L. 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Megaphone Club 2; All 
School Play Cast 2, Pro- 
ducer 2; Play Night Cast 3; 
Spring Play Cast 3, Big 
Show Cast 3; Dance Club I; 
Hall Guard 3; Choir 1; 
Thespians 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 3. 



ZEIGLER, PATRICIA 

"PAT" 



"Quiet at til 
of spark" 



but full 



F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Prom Comm. 3; Student 
Council 2; Megaphone Club 
1; All School Play, 3, 4; 
Play Night 3,4; Spring Play 
3,4; Big Show 2,3; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4; Choir 1,2; 
Girls Glee Club 3; Survey 
Edit. Staff 4; Eucuyo Essay 
Editor 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4, 
Usher 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4; Thespians 4; 
Scrapbook Club 2. 



ZINGALES, SAM 

"SAM" 

"Occupation is the road 
to enjoyment" 

Boys' Leaders Club 1; 
Movie Club 1, 2, 3; Stage 
Crew 1; P.A. Club 1; Key 
Club 2, 3; Concert Band 2, 
3, 4, Board of Directors 3, 
4; Pit Band 3, 4; Dance 
Club 1; Ball Room Dancing 
Club 2; Singing for Fun 4. 




ZOUL, JANICE 

"JAN" 

"To be just and kind and 
wise, there solid self-en- 
joyment lies" 



G.A.A. 


I, 


2; 


1 


: .N.A. 


2, 3; 


Fr 


iendsh 


ip 


Cli 


jb 


2, 3, 


Usher 


2; 


Cam 


:sta 


Club 1; 


Home 


Ni 


jrsing 


CI 


ub 


2; 


Dance Club 


3; 


Servi 


ce 


CI 


ub 


4. 





NOT PICTURED 



FLECK, WALTER 

"WALTER" 



JAWORSKE, THOMAS 

"TOM" 

"Indispensable to the 
Stage Crew" 

Stage Crew 4; All School 
Play, Spring Play, Play 
Night Prod. Staff 2, 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Thes- 
pians 4; Wrestling Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3; Dance 
Club 4. 



KREBS, ELLEN 

"ELLEN" 
"Slowness Is Surene: 



HALE, ROBERT C. 

"R. C." 
"Solitary" 



KERNAN, DIANE 

"DIANE" 
"Oh Beauty" 



SHUBER, LOUIS 

"LOUIS" 

"Why aren't you all < 
happy as me" 



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Underclassmen 



Underclassmen have helped de- 
velop the spirit and trditions at 
Euclid. When they entered as 
Sophomores they were frightened 
individuals without a sense of be- 
longing. For two years they were 
to work together to develop a 
class spirit and loyalty to the 
school. Their Junior Varsity foot- 
ball team became Co-Champs of the 
L. E. L. and their assemblies pro- 
vided entertainment for all. Schol- 
astically and in service, the juniors 
and sophomores have done their 
share of the job of keeping Euclid 
tops. As upperclassmen next year, 
they will be expected to maintain 
the same high standards. 






JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

L Relyea, Secretary; D. Koss, Vice President; J. Parker, Treasurer; R. Schneider, President 

Class of 1958 





BOYS COUNSELOR 

Frank Troglia 



GIRLS COUNSELOR 

Mrs. Helen Stewart 



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JUNIOR CABINET 

Row I: L. Davis, M. Lorkin, B. Harris, H. Scr 

mann, L. Burger, N. Pokorny. 
Row 2: B. Monroe, J. Parker, D. Koss, L. F 

yea, R. Schneider, H. Moles. 
Row 3: J. Smith, J. Hult, A. Youngberg, 

Syracuse, J. Yonchar, L. Stevens. 



JUNIOR GUIDANCE COUNCIL 

Row 1: M. Larkin, L. Relyea, M. Thompson, B. 
Monroe, D. Koss. 

Row 2: J. Smith, B. Horris, L. Burger, L. Davis, 
H. Moles, L. Davis. 

Row 3: J. Yonchar, J. Parker, J. Hult, A. Young- 
berg. 




HOMEROOM 103 



Top Left: J. Friedman, G. Anson, I. Anderson, P. Millner, 

B. Bailey, M. Baurer, L. Banning, L. Abrahams. 

Bottom Left: L. Ankuda, J. Kilda, B. Cabi, B. Benson, D. 

Beyer, J. Barnes, G. Bagocious, D. Barts. 



Top Right: D. Andrews, E. Abrahams, S. Montgomery, J. 

Barnes, G. Bisthold, R. Beal, F. Andraitas. 
Bottom Right: G. Cach, G, Allar, N. Beeke, J. Kogoy, D. All- 

sopp, J. Battung. 




HOMEROOM 106 

Bottom Left: W. Cox, M. Colantomo, F. Cesmk, H. Konte, F. 

Cirino, N. Carroccio, R. Carpenter. 
Top Left: V. Colombi, P. Noble, D. D'Amico, C. Cerney, E. 

Campana, D. Davis, N. Costello, A. Weinstein. 
Bottom Right: N. Carney, B. Carlton, F. Cucek, D. Cavel 

Buchta, R. B 





HOMEROOM 107 



Top Left: D. Kordic, J. Duffy, W. Duffv, B. Demshor, N. 

Elliot, C. Ettleberg, B. Drotos. 
Bottom Left: R. Dev, C. Ettlebern, N. Elliot, N. Delmore, A. 

Ditirro, G. Duly. 



Top Right; L. Dovis, D. Dietz, D. Clink, V. McDowell, M. 

Dunn, D. Doiey, V. Dovis, D. Delovre. 
Bottom Right: J. Derboum, C. Dennis, L. Crone, J. Duffy, J. 

Fellows, B. Cook, G. McKee, O. Dissantis. 



HOMEROOM 108 

Bottom Left: J, Hudic, H, Smiciklos, F. Kish, B. Blockst 
R. Hammerick, A. Hones, G. Gordon, P. LaBant, F. Bingho 

Top Right: B. Henfling, A. Havo, P. Boehmer, F, Kakta, 
Gray, D. Greene. J. Greaves, D. Hedges, N. Holmes, J. Hi 





HOMEROOM 110 



Top Left: G. Folk, J. Focht, M. F 
K. Fletcher, A. Gessic, J. Ford. 

Bottom Left: W. Gueskie, P. Floesgort 
tine. 



E. Foerste, L. Gabowizt, 
5. Galaba, F. Fan- 



Top Right: B. Meier, P. Gregory, B. Monroe, L. Gorslene, 
Gauch, L. Rafferty, D. Fuller, B. Friedman. 

Bottom Right: H. Fine, J. Golob, J. Golob, J. Geyer, J. Gl 
sek, P. Faber, F. Fende, F. Chestnut. 



HOMEROOM 120 



Top Left: A. Tiedman, B. Tolar, D. Thompson, W. Thomas, 
N. Vidmar, L. Tyjeski, D. Tucher, M. Teckovic. 

Bottom Left: F. Valduga, M. Tolar, J. Yesenko, W. Corlett, 
R. Tilly, B, Tweed, W. Thomas, J. Vatty, M. Toll. 



Top Right: M Thompson, C. Turk, C. Thomasy, B. Stojetz, 
N. Trudeau, G. Collins, D. Thromberenc, B. Cinko, G. Wal- 
lace, T. Cyracuse. 

Bottom Right: K. Tropiano, D. Vadaken, R. Twitchell, M. 
Turk, K. Toth, R. Volenti, C. Turner, E. Vonhoff, J. Turk, 
V. Walker. 





HOMEROOM 204 



Top Left: J. Hult, J. Jones, C. James, C. Jeran, K. Kish, H. 
Hill, P. Jerebec, H. Janke. 

Bottom Left; D. Hill, L. Johassen, K. Kessler, D. King, A.John- 
son. 



Top Right: 6. Hoernig, 5. Kerzic, C. Jorc, A. Ivancic, C. 

Kocher, M. Jordan, E. Shearer. 
Bottom Right: T. Heinz, B. Koester, B. Patrycy, W. Hawke, J. 
Hoppert, R. Heinz, B. Katanik, B. Rich. 



HOMEROOM 207 

Bottom Rinht: J. Kaehler, J. Leduc, 5. Levey, C. Kra 

Gieson, "S. Lindquiest, M. Keyes, C. Laubler, R " 

Krecic, M. Lorkin, J. LaTour. 
Bottom Left: D. Koss, 5. Castro Vinci, B. Lanning, M. Mc- 

). Lucas, D. Lindstrom, H. Kinn, S. Jones. 
Top Right: L. Luikart, C. Schmitz, C. Kozel, R. Fischietto, R. 

Kacprnak, D. Kuhar, L. Korzunowski, M. Lang, L. Konyha 

B. Lang, J. Kuchta. 





Top Left: H. McKnight, R. Lelond, K. Mclntyre, C. Massie, C. 
Kelly, J. Dresser, B. Malone. 

Top Riqht: C. Leber, R. Kennedy, L. Levitt, V. Machete, M. 
McPherson, L. Belavich, C. Manney, C. LaPresti. 

Bottom Left: G. Mathson, K. McPeek, M. Montwell, A. Mo- 
carol, H. Leininger, D. Lobdell, R. Lokar, J. McKibben, D. 




Top Left: A. Zayatz, D. Zackel, W. Wallace, R. Yane, K. 

Zinner, B. Wanderslaben, D. Westbrook, M. Yates, M. Wise. 
Top Right: L. Zibert, N. Wood, I. Ziegler, D. Witzke, L. 

Gainor, D. Fuller, J. Zagoic, N. Wilberschied, D. Woomer, 

J. Waschura, C. Welcheck. 
Bottom Left: L. Zuoancic, J. Znidarsic, J. Weber, I. Wolff, 

D. Zak, J. Vigh, A. Zimmerman, J. Yanchar. 




HOMEROOM 308 



Top Left: J. Norsic, G. Logon, J. Kovoch, L. McLaughlin, M. 

Mervor, R. Milan, T. Moore, D. Mehls, R. Mach, R. McLeod. 
Bottom Left: C. Misich, J. Oneacre, B. Mlakar, C. Miligan, 

B. Mijacek, P. Miles, S. Misterlf, M. Nash. 



Top Right: V. Milinoch, S. Allbery, J. Mulhall, H. Morgan, H. 

Moles, L. Gedgaudes, B. Missner, C. Miller. 
Bottom Right: B. Murphy, G. Neuman, L. Kendig, W. Miller, 

C. Morris. D. Mcttis, W. Mitchell, W. Nelson. 



HOMEROOM 309 

Top Right: G. Nieman, J. Potocer, J. Papes, S. Paul, J. Alten- 

wig, B. Paik, T. Payerchin. 

Bottom Left: R. Ozmun, B. Powell, K. Oyler, G. Pormentor 

E. Polcic, N. Glau. 

Bottom Right: M. Pesec, P. Morolt, H. Preb 

N. Pokorny, B. Ostkar, C. Palmer, J " 





HOMEROOM 310 




HOMEROOM 312 

Top Left: M. Shirk, P. Hangash, G. Sari, B. Richards, K. Rose, Top Right: P Shunkwiter, J. Shack, M. Shehien, J. McGov- 

R. Reeves, J. Rogosch, M. Simcic. ern, R. Rohricht, R. Ricksecker, J. Rose. 

Bottom Left: M. McWaters, M. Patrick, M. Sedusky, H, Bottom Right: C. Shirk, M. Schultz, S. Schmidt, D. Shonk, R. 

Schoreman, G. Siat, D. Roberts, R. Rinehart, D. Rinehart. Ribbie, B. Richards. 




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HOMEROOM 315 





J. Wheeler, J. Sims, R. Stamm, C. Gromberg, A. Simlo 
J. Legerski, T. Sivia. 



HOMEROOM 318 

Top Left: T, Roberts, D. Stillinger, 5. Montgomery, R. Speel, Too Right: B. Sumner, M. Terrell, J. Smith, C. Hunter, A 

C. Toylor, C. Thomos. Tarantino, D. Shackelford. 

Bottom Left: T. Serra, J. Strnad, J. Baltrus, P. Strunk, A. Sis- Bottom Right: L. Smith, J. Thomos, C. Stroub, J. Dudley, E. 

ton, D. Stamberger, J. Spaur. Zecari, B. Delyenthal, C. Telling, L. Stevens. 





SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

N. Beran, Secretary; L. Judice, Treasurer; J. Becker, Vice-President, 
K. Smith, President. 

Class of 1959 




BOYS COUNSELOR 

John Pohto 




GIRLS COUNSELOR 

Miss Edith Lemon 



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HOMEROOM 104 

First Row: T. Balogh, L. Bank, L. Anderson, J. Oxford, D. Antonacci, G. Albertone, N. Knopp, J. Baltu; 

Second Row: B. Alves, J. Antonick, T. Bauer, B. Bozich, C. Barnes, B. Baft, N. Armstrong. 

Third Row: G. Lucas, J. Ambrose, R. Baker, J. August, J. B-rnes. S. Anderson, J. Becker, B. Balboze. 

Fourth Row: C. Alberry, D. Bagley, B. Alex, C. Heintz, N. McKnight, M. Barcalow, D. Atran. 

Fifth Row: G. Beale, G. Ayala, J. Austin, R. Apolski, J. Bell. G. Baxter, M. Bell. 



HOMEROOM 116 

First Row: S. Cameron, J. Dudas, J. Betts, J. Brundic, M. Boyle, C. Boehmer. 
Second Row: J. Battaglia, N. Burrough, K. Beutell, J. Buckholz, A. Freed, M. Cabala. 
Third Row: L. Bartholomew, P. Brady, P. Brit vie, M. Bernstein, R. Bernstein, N. Luckay. 
Fourth Row: G. Bohn, J. Brazalovies, L. Besednik, N. Berger, J. Bowers, K. Berus, D. Bisbee. 




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HOMEROOM 118 

First Row: P. Clemence, D. Wilson, L. Castrovinci, C. Carpenter, M. Clevenger, D. Carleton, S. Clark, B. Colt. 
Second Row: S. Caroll, J. Cipollo, B. Clarke, P. Coddington, C. Baltus, M. Cohen. C. Colonna, R. Carlson. 
Third Row: D. Chinchor, N. Charske, D. Carpenter, D. Chinchar, J. Chinchar, W. Burlingham, R. Budas, R. Byrns 
Fourth Row: C. Clemens, G. Clark, B. Chilcote, J. Chiarelli, D. Chandler, K. Clark, B. Slabeck, D. Carter. 



HOMEROOM 125 



First Row: J. Coleman, M. Contenza, M. DeSantis, J. Dan: 

Second Row: C. Delgado, A. Crone, M. Dawes, C. Crum, L. Domin. G. 

Third Row: D. Corrao, T. Crawford, L Cook, K. Davis, R. Coy. B. Daily 



Conner, E. Disantis, D. Dombrowski, M. Dalton. 
David, K. Crobaugh. 




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HOMEROOM 127 

Row 1: R. Eversy, B. Evans, A. Eckert, M. Terrero, P. Esposito, A. Erickson, S. Enckson, M. Foerse, J. Do 
Row 2: G. Eisen, J. Doejack, D. Praglic, R. Deister, B. Delly, D. Dulch, R. Doyle, D. Douglas. 



HOMEROOM 206 

J. Fisher, C. Fouser, J. Fisher, C. Fulks. 

S. Finley, S. Forker, B. Franklin, N. Foy. 

J. Evert, J. Fellows, J. Eisen, S. Driy. 

D. Drake, R. Rosen, R. Drenser, R. Eckerman, D. Deborak. 





HOMEROOM 208 

. Grimm, B. Haffey, J. Gnidovec, F. Greenway, K. Grant, G. Hattendorf, J. Gerzeny. 
Gibbs, C. Guth, L. Grunert, C. Harris, R. Gezannic, J. Gordon, M. Gerdance, D. Fifort. 
Galloway, J. Fisher, D. Freeman, R. Folk, T. Gildone, T. French, B. Goble. 
Fifolt, L. Htrffrd, J. Fine, K. Gibbs, E, Ferko, D. Gesdorf, D. Fike. 



HOMEROOM 215 

Row 1: M. lafelice, J. Herold, D. Ingram, K. Horrocks, A. Hul 

Row 2: J. Holzmer, F. Fivecoat, M. Jack, D. Hitty, B. Hodgs 

Row 3: J. Hayes, W. Grisard, L. Hammel, J. Goldlust, W. Han 

Row 4: R. Goss, R. Grugel, R. Hallack, R. Grum, B. Gorse, J. Grant 



\. Hirko, D. Hess. 
Southworth, M. Southworth. 




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HOMEROOM 218 

First Row: R. Jones, C. Sosa, J. Goellner. J. Phillios. J. 
Second Row: J. Heasley, F. Kowotz, E. Knoch, B. Kinter, 
Third Row: P. John, R. Highland, L. Korhn, M. Kleinhenz, 



Koeth, J. Klosky, L. Judice, J. Kastellic. 
J Kouach, 5. Kovach, R. Kapferer, M. He 
B. Klann, R. Kasjnic, L. Kimen. 



R. James, D. Hl 



Johnson, M Hodnik, M Johnson 



HOMEROOM 307 

First Row: G. Krupitzer, L. Krasney, B. Legy, A. M. Levy, C. Kubala, M. Lacny. 
Second Row: B. Leland, A. Lenese, M. Lee, S. Lausin, S. Lentz, C. Langa. 
Third Row: R. Kerzic, C. Lowsen, J. Kocjan, R. Paduano, B. Lewin, D. Kellogg, B. Kels 
Fourth Row: J. Kozok, M. Kocjan, D. Lonser, A. Kuret, T. Ly 





HOMEROOM 304 

Row 1: L. LaConte, M. Long, J. Muller, D. McNeilley, K. McDougal, P. McDiffitt, B. McGlindy, J Lindblat 

Row 2: D. McKnight, N. Lihh, G. Lilly, L. McCormack, I, McGlin, K. Linty, S. Magargil. 

Row 3: B. Mandatt, R. Luberilli, S. Lyons, J. McGarown, L. McGregor, G McGrey 

Row 4: D. McMillar, C, Lindberg, S. McGrob, J. Luss, K. Macoilaign. 



HOMEROOM 306 

Row 1: M. Mulhull, N. Maidern, 5. Miller, B. Mulford, W. Millar, R. Fulton J. Meinse. 
Row 2: J. Dishoun, R. Nichlos, A. Marsh, R. Mohlar, D. Margo, B. Movse, J. Morns, L. Meadin, G. Mouser, 
D. Miller. 




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Row 2 
Row 3 
Row 4 



M. Pavelko, C. Papp, K. Overburger, C. 

B. Lzynski, L. Nixon, M. Nagode, D. A» 

D. Nehez, B. Ott, R. Otto, B. O'Mara, C 

B. Nebe, J. Oftok, C. Meyers, J. Molle 



HOMEROOM 316 

aollela, P. Muscenti, M. Nowacek, J. Peattie. 

•phy, K. Osberg, J. Peck, M. Neustedt. 

Neylon, S. Morgenstern, B Murphy, D. Morgan, J. Moye 

J. Overstar. J. O'Connor, B. Murphy. 



CAFETERIA A 



Mandasso, B. Pibe 



M. Person, T. Pierce, C. Chinnici, L. Pugliese, S. Peter' 

D. Peek, P. Proudfoot, J. Presby, K. Pretnar, C. Perry, K. Roasch, L. Petrich, P. P 

B. Phelps, F. Poese, C. Perkins, J. Pemberton, C. Plesz, B. Plamer J. Plaggomire 

M. Podobnikor, R. Platan, M. Pillar, J. Pitingolo, J. Pisek, J. Perpear, F, Pasquale 







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CAFETERIA B 

First Row: C. Reighard, J. Reitenboch, L. Saks, L. Rouse, M. Ryba, P. Ruszkay, D. Sabota, J. Sandifer, P. Salvatore. 
Second Row: P. Romisher, C. Wilkins, L. Altenweg. J. Wollen, C. Ropos, J. Reiter, S. Rossoll, S. Redfern. 
Third Row: J. Riehl, D. Reed, C. Rees, H. Eppich, A. Kuthe, C. Roskoph, B. Rider, W. Rositano, J, Reed, J. Rentz. 
Fourth Row. C. Gadberry, R. Renard, J. Pohto, D. Richie, T. Potokar, R. Reposy, E. Ritz, D. Potocar, L. Repasy. 



First Row: 
Second Row 
Third Row: 
Fourth Row: 



CAFETERIA C 

i. Sceronka, H. Schultz, S. Schweizer, D. Sontorel 
P. Shewell, M. Shea, L. Schulz, M. Schneider, K. 
D. Smith, S. Sabath, J. Schmelzer, P. Siciliano, ! 
J. Shields, K. Smith, R. Schubert, K. Schoenbeck, 



i, C. Semlow, S. Seri, J. Schael, F. Schroll. 
Schubert, J. Shaughnessy, C. Schroeder. 
:. Smith, J. Salvatore. 





CAFETERIA D 

First Row: P. Stone, M. Stroeder, M. Smith, J. Surckld, P. Stih, S. Smythe, M. Smiths, A. Sokol, S. Stefanik. 

Second Row: R. Wilson, S. Stevenson, E. Stillsane, M. Soblesky, S. Slaybough, C. Skeya, R. Spies, N. Mueller, J. Stanwyck. 

Third Row: B. Stetina, S. Stokes, R. Suhor, R. Swisher, B. Tilk, A. Steven, R. Strah, T. Ticchione. 

Fourth Row: H. Zormon, B. Svekric, J. Spoondmore, R. Sonal, D. Spencer, A. Testa, R. Soeder, R. Wolzer. 



CAFETERIA E 

First Row: J. Turk, D. Szewczyk, P. Tome, C. Sweeder, J. Tapp, P. Thompson, H. Svrga. 

Second Row: J. Ward, J. Usalis, C. Tkatch, M. Thompson, A. Telisman, P. Teeter. 

Third Row: T. Van Diest, J. Campoeletti, P. Tvler, T. Webb, D. Verh, J. Vaigl, R. Watson 





CAFETERIA F 

Row I: L. Wilkes, B. Will, L. Zaller, J. Wise, D. Dean, A. Wiles, J. Willcox, M. Williams, R. York. 

Row 2: C. Wohlgemuth, D. Zakel. J. Zevnik, W. Watson, S. Wilson, S. Weaver, D. Weiss, J. Zamen, C. Willi. 

Row 3: J. Zeigler, A. Wittine, J. Young, J. Yako, M. Weeks, D. Yurusko, D. Wadelin, P. Werley. 

Row 4: B. Wolomes, R. A, Wilson, B. Wight, K. Wicks, D. Weiss, C. Yaichner, R. E. Wilson. 



1956 memories 



The first day of school, Sept. 4, the nt_w teachers, the scared Sophomores, the first 
assembly . . . the first after game dance, Sept. 7 . . . the first football game we won, Euclid 
14 - Canton Lehman 7 . . . the magazine drive, Socrates . . . Mom and Dad's Night, Sept. 
28, Euclid's second win . . . Sophomore party, Oct. 3 . . . Homecoming, Oct. 12, no rain, 
the bonfire, the parade, the victory over Shaker, the dance and the crowning of the queen 
. . . the Senior party, Oct. 24, their last class party . . . Oct. 26, the Junior party, a good 
time, class spirit . . . Shaw Night, the football team wins Co-Champ title . . . the bard, 
majorettes, cheerleaders . . . the Senior assembly . . . Open House, Nov. 15 . . . Cross 
Country Championship . . . the Junior and Sophomore assemblies, "I Remember Mama," 
the Fall Play, Nov. 16 and 17 . . . Thanksgiving assemblies, Regents Hi-Y and the Choir 
. . . the first basketball game . . . the light bulb sale . . . Senior Psychological tests . . . 
the Panthers of the Week . . . Christmas vacation . . . Student Government Day, Jan. 
16 . . . National Honor assembly . . . final exams, the last for the Seniors, the first for 
the Sophcmores . . . the first day of the new semester. 



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Organizations 




Through the various clubs and 
organizations at Euclid High, stud- 
ents were offered a chance to earn 
recognition, become good citizens, 
develop future goals, and make 
social contacts. Many friendships 
were developed in social clubs, 
and the school and community 
benefited from the work of the 
service clubs. 






National Honor Society 




The most coveted honor that a high 
school student can receive is to be 
selected as a member of the National 
Honor Society. To be eligible, a stud- 
ent must have an average of eighty- 
five or better; be in the upper third of 
his class; and display outstanding 
traits of character, leadership, and 
service. 

As leaders in our high school, 
National Honor members helped to 
continue the spirit through the various 
organizations in which they partici- 
pated. 



OFFICERS 




NATIONAL HONOR MEMBERS 

1: J. Sanda, G. Waldman, J. Wakelee, M. McColl, L. Soderberg, J. Magalenga, 5. Korencic, M. Yage 
G. Brewster, D. Brigger, T. Eddy, A. Valduga. 

2: R. Fasimpour, N. Petrich, J. Wawrzyniak, T. Wight, A. Flocke, G. Schwarts, T. Gregorc, J. Battun. 
5. Grariam, W. Marshall, C. Neat, M. Priest, N. Halderman. 

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NATIONAL FORENSIC MEMBERS 

L. Domitor, D. Koss, G. Waldmon, J. Sonda, M. Shirk. 

J. Nobbe, A. Torantino, A. Gessic, B. Tolor, B. Majesic, K. McPeek, J. Appleby. 

P. Weiss, D. Biederman, N. Petnch, J. Wakelee, F. Fantini, N. Johnson. 



National Forensic League 



One of the foremost organizations 
is the National Forensic League. Com- 
posed of sophomores, juniors, and 
seniors, members get a chance to 
participate in such speech activities 
as debate, original oratory, humorous, 
dramatic, oratorical declamation, and 
extemporaneous speaking. 

On their many trips throughout the 
year they showed others how a winn- 
ing spirit helps to make a winning 
school. 




OFFICERS 

J. Sanda, Treasurer; G. Waldman, President; D. Koss, Secretary 



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OFFICERS 



It is the aim of every high school 
writer to become a member of the 
International Quill and Scroll. I. Q. S. 
recognizes any student who has made 
a worthy contribution to one of the 
school publications, is in the upper 
third of his class scholastically, and 
has been recommended by an advisor. 

Through their work on the Euclid- 
ian, Survey, and Eucuyo, members en- 
couraged spirit by informing and unit- 
ing students on important issues and 
events. 



Quill and Scroll 




QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS 

Row 1: C. Conrad, L. Soderberg, M. McCall, R. Templin, N. Broos. 

Row 2: J. Redfern, G. Waldman, J. Sanda, G. Schwarts, C. Bratus 

Row 3: J. Runo, G. Brewster, D. Hall, B. Katosic, D. Hamilton, B. F 

Row 4: T Gregorc, B. Chapman, T. Eddy, R. Wall, T. Wight, B. Z< 



J. Sanda, G. Schwarts, C. Bratush, S. Mock, D. Brigger. 
Hall, B. Katosic, D. Hamilton, B. Perusek, P. Nipple, B. Randall. 
Eddy, R. Wall, T. Wight, B. Zahler, J. Wawrzyniak. 

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THESPIAN MEMBERS 



B. Leybeck, 

C. Bratush, 
F. Fantini, 



. Waldmon, 
. McPeek, N. 
McCormack, 



A. Muraca, E. Mylar. 
Petrich, J. Wakelee. 
N. Eckerman, N. Johnson. 



Thespians 



Students who have earned points 
through participation in dramatic 
productions are selected as members 
of Thespians, Euclid's dramatic so- 
ciety. At their monthly meetings, 
members worked hard learning the 
different aspects of the theater, later 
incorporated into their annual assem- 
bly. 

Thespians, in their second year at 
Euclid High, were a big factor in the 
school's increased spirit. 




OFFICERS 

Leybeck, N. Petrich, N. Johnson, F. Pain 



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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 



T. Gregorc, President; 5. Koren 



Serving as the link between the 
students and faculty, the Student 
Council is the most prominent organi- 
zation and governing body in our 
school. Representatives from every 
homeroom meet weekly to discuss 
the various problems arising in our 
school. 

Hall guards, concessions, assem- 
blies, room secretaries, guides, the 
recreation room, and the magazine 
drive are only a few of their services. 
This year the Student Council worked 
hard in getting funds for the new "E" 
room. 



Student Council 




1: T. Kr 
hue 



Galaba, L. Sode 
ms, B. Alex, N. 



STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS 

berg. J. Buchar, D. Doley, T. Gregorc, J. Wawrzyniak, S. Korencic, S. Mock, B. Lace, G. Dona- 
Doyle, E. Eckert, L. Lampe, A. Flocke, C Haas, J. 



Altnik, D. Mika, 



Gessic 



Hale, J. 

Koeth, M. Pertic 
Row 3: N. Link, F. 
Row 4: J. PlaggemU 

J. Nowacek. , 

Row 5: T. Eddy, B. Gerlond, D. Johnson, B. Pierett, H. Berlo, T. Opdahl, R. Wall, J. Moyer, W. Marshall, A. Sistine, G. Nowacek, 

R. Chapman. 



Schroll, K. Horrocks, B. Smith, B. Messner, D. Lee, N. Petrich, S. Dritz, D. Zakel, B. Gobel, N. Clarske. 
•r, A. Braden, B. Schriener, C. Tkatch, J. La tour, K. Kish, W. Rositano, G. McCracken, B. Stojetz, R. Reev 



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HALL GUARDS 

Row 1: N. Browning, J. Bottung, K. Oyler. N. Link, R. Heinr 
E. Rost, B. Gerland, F. Federico, D. Seaman. 
( Row 2: B. Bolen, S. Paul, N. Trudeau, J. Sims, S. Galaba, 
Johnson, D. Barnes, R. Hunston, N. Vaccariello 




Row 3: V. Davis, J. Kraft, J. Phelps, G. Rose, A. Weinstein, 

H. Baginski, A. Hale, S. Sak. 

Row 4: J. Redfern, P. Samida, J. Battung, N. Petrich, C. Neot, 

T. Knach, H. Contenza, L. Rafferty. 




«- EXECUTIVE BOARD 

S. Korencic, L. Soderberg, S. Mock, B. Lace. 

T. Gregorc, J. Buchar, S. Galaba, A. Hale. 

B. Cramer, T. Kramer, J. Wawrzyniak, G. Donahue 



Ibfl 1 




FV 





Row 1: N. Neill, B. Stone, 
Row 2: J. Baker, B. Gerl 

Petrich. 
Row 3: T. bregorc, B. Crc 

Nosse. 



ROOM SECRETARIES 

Muracca, B. Lc 



R. Chapman, J. Nowacek, L. 




BOOKSTORE 

J. Geyer, F. Sivia, M. Shirk. 

M. Bisbee, J. Wakelee, B. Hunt. 

B. Majacek, B. Papp, R. Gauch, 



CONCESSIONS 

Monroe, M. Barkolow, B. Kruger, 



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Future Teachers 




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OFFICERS 



. Flocke, Treasurer; M. Yager,, 
Huston, Secretary. 



Row 1: B. Husto 

Row 2: L. Ress, 

Clarke. 



EXECUTIVE BOARD 



,. Flocke, M. Yager, S. Graham. 
Brewster, M. Launch, C Dougherty, 



One of the largest organizations at Euclid is the Future Teachers of America. Mem- 
bers are selected on personality, scholarship, and interest in teaching. Substituting, 
tutoring, and observing gives F. T. A. members a chance to gain experience in teaching 
and enables members to earn points for their pin. 




SENIOR F. T. A. MEMBERS 



rris, K. Larkin, P. Muraca, C. Gauct- 
Laurich, B. Perusek, F. Pappas, J. 



Graham 
Smith, P. Zeigler, M. Hu 



Row 1: L Ress, 

Row 2: M. Yage 

A. Flocke. 

Row 3: G. Brewster, A. Valduga, C. Berezonsky, B. Novak, C. Chauby, C. Krecic, G. Allison, M. Rankin, N. Johnson 

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mon, J. Clarke, 



Of America 




JUNIOR F. T. A. MEMBERS 

Row 1: H. Morgan, J. Mulhal, A. Primo, C. Hunter, M. Shirk, C. Dougherty, J. McKibbon, D. Koss, M Terrell. 

Row 2: J. Davis, M. Dunn, B. Corleton, L. Davis, J. Wheel, B. Hunston, B. Tolar, N. Trudau, I Wolff, A. Tarantino. 

Row 3: C. Turner, D. Biederman, C. Wallace, K. Kish, K. McPeek, J. Turk, J. Siat, M. Carney, M. Martin, J. Barnes, P. 

Miles, B. Harris, C. Braden, J. Geyer. 
Row 4: J. Latour, K. Fletcher, K. Tropiano, L. Abrams, E. Skodlar, G. Sari, M. Carney, M. McPherson, M. Pesec, L. Relyea, 

M. Thompson, H. Moles, P. Perme, J. Buchar, R. Gauch. 




SOPHOMORE F. T. A. MEMBERS 

Row 1. R. Baker, S. Forker, C. Kruger, M. Barcalow, S. Schweizer, G. David, D. Rossow, F. Greenway. 

Row 2: C. Tkatch, M. Thompson, J. Petti, C. Colona, C. Sweeder, K. Beutel, C. McDougal, P. Brady. 

Row 3: S Fenley, J. Sajevic, S. Anderson, B. Evans, R. Sourthworth, N. Foy, F. McCormack, B. Kinter, N. Ben 



3: S Fenley, J. Sajevic, S. Anc 
L. Domin, C. Kubala, J. Pohto. 
Row 4: J Suckla, K. Raasch, J. Betts, M. Nagode, M. Mullin, M. Dawes, 
Klosky, C. Horar, S. Powell. 

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B. Scerenka, J. Judice, M. Person, J. 




Euclidian 



EUCLIDIAN EDITORS 

M. Hummon, D. Hamilton, G. Brewster, D. Brigger, T. Gregorc, S. Mock. 

Selected on personality, ability, dependability, initiative, scholarship, the '57 Euclid- 
ian staff has been meeting since November '55 to bring you a yearbook of which you can 
be proud. 

Editorial staff members can never forget the hectic rush, previous to their deadline, 
1he closet, and the enjoyment and fun, they shared with their sponsor, Mr. Gene Pi I lot, in 
putting out the '57 Euclidian. 

EDITORIAL STAFF 





EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF 

Row 1: B. Leybeck, P. Williams, T. Wight, D. Opalich, P. Nipple, N. Broos. 

Row 2: P. Gregory, J. Nobbe, J Town, K. McPeek, J. Wakelee, D. Hamilton, B. Gregory. 

Row 3: J. Supola, B. Sumner, M. Priest, P. Espisito, A. Huusorc, J. Judice, S. Miller, K. Osberg 



It is only through the efforts 
of the Euclidian Business Staff 
that we are able to publish a 
yearbook of this size. The Busi- 
ness Staff raises money by sel- 
ling subscriptions and adver- 
tisements. Every year they put 
out the school record and see 
that the supplements are sent 
to alumni subscribers. Their 
most pleasant job is the dis- 
tribution of the yearbook to all 
subscribers during the latter 
part of May. 




EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS MANAGERS 

T. Wight, Business Monager; D. Opalich, P. Williams, P. Nipple, 



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SURVEY EDITORS 

G. Waldman, B. Katosic, M. Yager, R. Templin, W. Eckley, L. Soderberg, Editor-in- 
Chief; J. Wokelee, J. Runo, D. Rash, C. Conrad. 



Survey 



Meeting the last minute 
deadline seems to be the domi- 
nating factor to editors and 
reporters of our school paper— 
"The Survey." Members of the 
editorial staff all get an equal 
chance to write editorials, 
gather news material, take 
students' polls and write col- 
umns. The staff is run by six 
editors and an editor-in-chief. 
Together they all help in pub- 
lishing a "newsy" and interest- 
ing paper. 




SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF 

Brewster, J. Sims, M. Larkin, M. Martin, J. Baker, L. Schrock, P. Zeigler, P. Muracca, P. Beran. 

Misich, P. Gregory, L. Ress, J. Swaney, D. Smith, B. Zahler, R. Peterson, B. Leybeck, M. Barcalow, 

Langa, J. Zeonik, A. Lanese, C McDougal, N. Bake, L. Abrambs L a Biederman, D. Weiss, J. " 



A. Youngberg, S Forker, A. Cr 



F. Petrich, K. Pritnor, C. Cr 



C. Kruger, B. Queen. 




SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 

Row I: D. Stelluti, C. Bratush, J. Sanda, G. Schwarts, W. Ryder, B. Perusek, B. Smith, J. Buchar. 
Row 2: R. Wall, J. McDonald, J. Battung, N. Pokorny, R. Gauch, P. Perme, D. Koss, M. Terrell, C. Tun 
G. McCracken. 



Collecting subscription mon- 
ey and seeing that each sub- 
scriber received a Survey every 
two weeks was the main job 
of the homeroom representa- 
tives of the Survey Business 
Staff. Along with the Business 
Managers these people sold 
football and basketball pro- 
grams, solicited advertising, 
and also had the difficult job 
of raising money for the pub- 
lication of the Survey and the 
sports programs. 




SURVEY BUSINESS MANAGERS 



G. Schwarts, Manager; R. Wall, J. Sanda. 
D. Sanders, B. Perusek, C. Bratush, W. Ryder 





Constantly working to per- 
fect cheers and to increase 
school spirit, the cheerleaders 
and megaphone club have 
planned pep rallies and boost- 
ed attendance at home and 
away games. 

The cheerleaders are chosen 
on acrobatics, arm and leg 
movements, co-ordination, fac- 
ial expression, poise, and the 
ability to lead cheers. They 
are the true representatives of 
our school spirit, for they are 
the leaders of our spirit. 



CHEERLEADER'S CAPTAIN 

Pot Nipple 




VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 

Mock, L. Schrock, P. Nipple, P. Marolt, S. Galaba. 
128 




MEGAPHONE CLUB 



Megaphone Club 





storm, the cheer- 
to stay warm. 


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leaders are determined 


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Euclid students will never forget the 
1957 majorettes strutting across the 
football field or dancing to the music 
of the band at games or pep rallies. 
Kicking high, twirling batons and 
forming various formations, the ma- 
jorettes would perform their dance 
routines, the highlight of the halftime 
programs. 



HEAD MAJORETTES 

Sally Korencic and Judy Magalengc 




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1957 MARCHING MAJORETTES 

S. Woslanski, B. Lloyd, N. Hoffert, P. Noble, C. Bindokas, J. Magalenga, S. Kor> 
Bowers, P. Doyle, K. Haas. 

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I. Wolff, Beth 




Majorette Club 





After halftime the majorettes return to the bleachers. Judy leads the majorettes in a pep assembly. 




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GIRLS' SWIM CLUB 



B. Perusek, D. Sande 



Dttung, C. 



Row 1: J. Stuehringer, A. Huusare, M. Priest, N. Ecke 

Gauch, 5. Sieber, C. Neat. 

Row 2: R. Reba, P. Binder, A. Jo'nnston, M. Brown, M. Yates, J. Battung, A. Ryder, D. King, H. Moles. 
Row 3: N. Beran, J. Closki, D. Mika, 5. Power, M. Reba, C. Crum, N. Fink, J. Holtmer, Mrs. Schellen- 

trager. 



BOYS' SWIM CLUB 

Row 1: S. Lanese, P. Richards, T. Gobel, G. Bill, B. Kaib, A. Hale, N. Browning. 

Row 2: R. Reeves, E. Vidmar, S. Sak, B. Lobdell, L. Stevens, B. Tweed, B. Richards, R. Ozn 

ning, D. Williams. 
Row 3: R. Kojan, B. Gobel, T. Crawford, J. Grah, C. Lawson, D. Galloway, D. Pebblesec. 



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FRIENDSHIP CLUB CABINET 



Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 



A. Voldugo, J. Town, M. Solon, H. Mole 
J. MocKibbon, J. Swoney, D. Hall 
N. Link, A. Tarontino, N. Beran 



Friendship 




SENIOR CABINET 
134 




JUNIOR CHAPTER 



Club 




SOPHOMORE CHAPTER 

135 



Eucuyo 




EUCUYO OFFICERS 

Doyle, G. Kaufman, L. Soderberg, R. Templin, J. 
Beran. 



Through the Eucuyo, Euclid's literary 
magazine, aspiring authors get a chance to 
see their poems, short stories, or essays in 
print. After an extensive contest, articles 
submitted by the student body are voted upon 
and edited for publication by the Publica- 
tions Club. All art work and printing is done 
by students. Many of the articles are sub- 
mitted to national contests where Euclid stu- 
dents often receive prizes. 



Wakelee. 








Row 2: P. Zeigl. 




J. Redfen 


•>, L. Da 


Row 3: J. Hult, 


"r. 


Wall, B. 


Randall. 




EUCUYO STAFF MEMBERS 

R. Randall, R. Templin, L. Ress, J. Wakelee, G. Kaufman, L. Soderberg, J. Redfern, P 
T. Eddy, J. Turk, F. Papas, L. Relyea, D. Soeder, C McDougall, J. Derbaum, J. Hult. 
R. Wall, J. Swaney, L. Davis, P. Doyle, B. Tolar, B. Katosic, S. Forker, M. Fredley. 
D. Gotthalf, R. Stamm, J. Sims, E. Firsfe, B. Huston, N. Fink, W. Eckley. 

136 



World Affairs Club 




Row 2: 
Row 3: 
Row 4: 



WORLD AFFAIRS MEMBERS 

Bieden 



B. Ostcar, P. Gregory. 



A. Laurich, M. Launch, M. Colontonio, D. Biederman, G. Waldmon, H. Shiemanr 
C. James, L. Lampe, S. Paul, A. Tatantino, J. Attenweg, K. Fletcher, J. Wheeler. 

C Berezonsky, J. Ziegler, M. Watawa, V. Macheta, L. Abrcms, D. Zackee, J. Chestnut, R. Miklc 

B. Novak, N. Pokorny, M. Terrell, D. Gauch, W. Marshall, J. Laurenson, D. Fuller, J. Ploagamire, 



Every Wednesday World Affairs members 
meet to discuss current world news, see 
movies, hear speakers, and learn about con- 
ditions in the world. A favorite topic of dis- 
cussion is the United Nations. Each spring 
two Euclid students are sent expenses paid to 
New York to visit the U. N., and Euclid World 
Affairs members participate annually in a 
Model U. N. Assembly held at the Lakewood 
Civic Auditorium. 




WORLD AFFAIRS OFFICERS 

J. Laurenson, G. Waldmen, G. Gore, W. Marshall, B. Lace 



137 




SPIRIT CLUB OFFICERS 



The Spirits Club is a newly organized club 
which is largely responsible for the organiza- 
tion of school spirit. Remaining anonymous 
until the end of their Senior year, members 
make posters, tags and sponsor buses in co- 
operation with other school organizations and 
the athletic department. The "Panther of 
the Week" award, given to an outstanding 
student, and the selling of Panther sweat- 
shirts were only two of their projects. 



Spirits 




SPIRIT CLUB MEMBERS 

Row 1: L. Soderberg, P. Nipple, S. Mock, D. E 
Row 2: T. White, J. Nobbe, J. Swaney, D. Hamil 
Row 3: T. Gregorc, T. Kramer, G. Donahue, G. E 

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Row 1 : 
P. 

Row 2: 
T. 

Row 3: 



rke, J. Wate 



KEY CLUB MEMBERS 

*ash, J. Emerich, R. Woll, 



B. Zahler, 
Richards. 

J. Rose, N. Voccanello, C. LoPriesti, A. McLaughlin, D. Dela 
Bills, N. Rourich, A. Hale. 
H. Leininger, B. Kosman, R. Gauch, D. Smith, K. Wicks, C. Ne 



, R. Chapman, N. Browning, 
Beyer, D. Birkic, C. Owens, 



■Ion, K. Smith. 



Hey Club 



The International Key Club is a group or- 
ganized to promote community service. Spon- 
sored by the Kiwanis Club, members have the 
opportunity to visit various factories, hear 
speakers, and learn about the business world. 
Last summer Bob Chapman and Bill Zahler 
attended the International Key Club Conven- 
tion held in Texas. There they learned about 
the organization of other clubs. 

Through Key Club activities boys learn 
the responsibilities of good community citi- 
zenship. 




KEY CLUB OFFICERS 

B. Chapman, P. Richards 
A. Hale, N. Browning 



139 



P. A. Announcers And Technicians 




Row 1: J. Krauss, C. Dougherty, G. Waldman, B. Monroe, M. Thompson, B. Ostkar 
Row 2: E. Launch, C. Crum, J. Sims, B. Tolar, J. Fatur, M. Felice, D. Atron. 
Row 3: J. Laurenson, E. Fenster, J. Fine, B. Shaw, T. Eddy, J. Rogush. 




Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 



D. Zokel, D. Pinfar, D. Stilinger, J. Budas, P. Schuel. 

P. Weiss, G. Rafter, C. Pearlman, R. Locar, N. Eckerman, H. Fosberger, B. Pickett, S. Edwards. 

C. Alberry, F. Poese, P. Jerebek, S. McGall, D. Chinchar, J. Goldlust, B. Zietz, L. Mateyka, D. 



140 



Movie Club 




Row I: J. Penner, M. Bisbee, D. Peek, B. Corleton, J. Bubonics. 

Row 2: P. Tamida, M. Green, B. Mochler, B. Schriener, E. Stermole, R. Kerzic, M. Consodir 

Row 3: L. Pokrant, G. Perkins, B. Miller, D. Gottalf, A. Brown, R. Langel, J. Fellows. 

Row 4: D. Bates, J. Young, J. Zagorc, C. Owens, J. May, G. Row, K. McEkwain, J. Wise. 



Camera Club 




Future nurses 




Row !: L. Lompe, J. Stuehringer, B Stone, G. Gordon. 

Row 2: 5. Carr, P. Wiliiams, S. Sontee, N. Neale, J. Redfern, C. Eiskone 

Row 3: C. Gausby, M. Thomas, A. Huusare, L. Neylon, J. Kraft. 

Row 4: P. Samida, B. Burr, F. Wolf, P. Statler, J. Battung, M. Launch. 

Row 5: M. Oblak, R. Micholas, J. Ulmann, C. Berezonsky, C. Chauby. 



Red Cross 




Row I: M. Koehn, F. Cercek, R. Milner, F. Bosich, M. Stasienko, C. McDiffett. 
Row 2: C. Skeya, B. Fiorelli, J. Ward, G. Wetherly, J. Woeckner, S. Suri. 
Row 3: J. Oneacre, J. Kolman, J. Znidarsec, D. Camm, A. Wisser. 

142 



Ad Club 




Row 1: J. Nobbe, H. Moles, C. Neat, A. Valduga, B. Hunt, D. Thornbernes, C. Turk, G. Brewster, G. 

Mothson. 
Row 2: M. Laurich, D. Gouch, E. Potichny, B. Lazor, I. Berordinelli, P. Bulicek, A. Macrol, D. Pasquale, 

J. Shikovic, Mr. Vaccarnello. 



Stage Crew 




Row I: J. Moyer, C. Yaichner, R. Fulton, M. Bell. 

Row 2: L. Levkovitz, B. Ahson, C. Juran, A. Weinstein, P. McCarthy, Mr. Jenkir 

Row 3: T. Koester, J. Watkins, T. Jaworske, T. Conner, Mr. Barlow. 



Fine Arts 




The choir, band, and dramatic 
department are all part of school 
life at Euclid High. At various 
assemblies and evening programs 
they provided entertainment and 
cultural relaxation for students 
and guests. 







BAND INSTRUCTORS 





Row 1: M. McCall, A. Flocke, J. Smith, E. Skodlar, S. Weaver, L. Schultz, K. Beutell, A. Crone, J. Smeltzec. 

Row 2: T. Bauer. P. Weiss, R. Moses, L. Lampe, J. Lindblad, N. Halderman, D. Dennis. J. Golob, N. Carney, J. Herrii 

Mcles, J. Borgstedt, L. Ress. 
Row 3: J. Becker, L. Krejci, D. Douglas, D. Roberts, C. Clark, J. Saievic, M. Dawes, L. Mateyka, D. Kuhar, R. Spi< 

Patmos, A. Valduga, J. Tapp, M. Thompson, S. Forker, J. Derbaum, B. Carleton, B. Coltrin. S. Graham. 



Row 4: K. Shoenbecker, S. Zingales, J. Lillie, R. Bahre, A. Pnmo, 
Hodden, B. Delly, C. Carr, T. Crawford, R. Andrews, D. Schona 
C. Krueger, N. Pokorny, W. Granville, J. Folk, J. Papes. 

Row 5: J. Zanyk, R. Ayala, M. Larkin, B. Delly, W. Mitchell, B. Bo 
Wilbershield, G. Allar, R. Kuhar, W. Marshall. D. Harper. 



J. Spoonamore, F. 




Row I: S. Zingales, M. Larkin, N. Haider 

man, S. Graham, B. Coltrin. 
Row 2: R. Moses, D. Roberts, F. Palm, R 

Hadden, W. Marshall. 




EUCLID HIGH MARCHING BAND 




BAND SERGEANTS 

W. Marshall, F. Palm, R. Hadden 




BAND LIBRARIANS 

L. Lampe, 5. Graham, A. Flocke, N. Holderman 



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EUCLID ORCHESTRA 




CHOIR OFFICERS 

tary; O. Wei 




' 1: C. HaaE, A. Barden, B. Patncy, J. McKibbon, C. Dougherty, C. Peorlmc 
G. Brewster, M. Priest, B. Tolar, P. Miles, L. Davis, J. LoTour, D. Lee. 
2 :B. Bowers, B. Ostcar, L. Gorslene, C. Turner, K. McPeek, R. Moles, 
Majcen, C. Krlouss, P. Nipple, D. Brigger, L. Schrock, J. Stuehringer. 

sby, B. Hangach, B. Fiorelli. S. Anderson, G. Foster, L. McLaughl 



n, P. Bulicek, L. Soderberg, 
B. Dailey, J. Chinchor, K. 



B. Walters, J. Goebelbecker, J. Nobbe, B. Lace, W. Ryder, P. Beran, D. Lindstron 



N. Johnson, W. Custard, 



Row 4: D. Hamilton, P. Holtz, S. Jerebec, V. Burger, M. Burnett, L. Stevens, D. Margo, W. Burlmgham, 
R. Kuhor M. Bell, D. Carpenter, D. Wilson, M. Samsa, B. Moehler, E. Mylar. 

Row 5: J. Jones, C. Friedel, T. Kramer, M. Marion, B. Walton, K. Krotine, C. Nowacek, J. Primeau, T. 
Opdahl, D. Dolch, P. Faber, B. Gorse, B. Zahler, T. Constantine, D. Lanser, P. Typer, D. Smith, D. 
Rochkar, I. Wolff, B. Lloyd. 




«\. Priest, B. Lace, B. Tol 
Barden, K. McPeek, S. Mock, G. 
ster, C. Krauss. 




Row 1: P. Gregory, P. Muscenti, J. H 

Row 2: B. Kinter, C. Calona, J. Gordo 

Row 3: M. Smith, B. Evans, D. Ingrarr 

Row 4: B. Kellogg, D. Mika, M. Nowocek 

Row 5: R. Fulton, S. Anderson, M. Person, B. Si 

Row 6: D. Koss, M. Shea, M. Lee C. M 



GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 




old, M. Contenza, B. Henfling. 
A. Tarantino, P. Muraca. 
W. Watson, S. Bukholz, J. Siat, K. Prethar. 
ek, S. Pierce, L. Judice, N. Beran, D. McNieley. 
n, B. Scerawka, R. Carlson, L. Petrick, K. Linsz, N. 
isich, G. Gordon, P. Esposito. 


Foy, C. Thatch. 




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Ted Kramer and Orlow Wertenberger play their rendition 
of "Chop Sticks." 




BOYS' GLEE CLUB 

Row 1: R. Mohler, B. Dailey, B. Mramer, J. Chinchor. 

Row 2: R. Randall, G. Foster, L. McLaughlin, N. Johnson, W. Custard, K. Majcen, R. Suhash. 

Wertenberger, M. Bell, B. Walton, B. Walters, D. Margo, D. Lanser, P. Tyler. 

Burger, D. Werley, J. Nowacek, M. Burnett, L. Stevens, P. Faber, W. Burlingham. 

Kramer, M. Marion, T. Opdahl, D. Dolch, J. Goebelbecker, B. Gorse, B. Rider, T. Constatine, D. 



Row 3 
Row 4: V. 
Row 5: T. 
Smith 



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MASTER SINGERS 



ow 1 : P. Gregory, L. 

Brewster, S. Foster, I 
ow 2: K. McPeek, L 

Walters, K. Macjen, 
ow 3: R. Werley, V. 

J. Goebelbecker, F. I 



L. McLaughlin, N. John 




ACCOMPANIST 

Maxine Priest 



154 




OCTET 

Row 1: B. Walters, J. Jones, M. Burnett. 
Row 2: J. Goebelbecker, J. Nobbe, A. Barden, P. 
V. Burger, 





CADET CHOIR 

155 





P. Gregory, M. lafelii 



PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF 

Jerevec, L. Levkovitz, G. Woldmo 



L. Ress, P. Zeigle 



Row 2: J. Battung, L. Judice, J. Closky, 5. Forker, C. Togh, C. Jeran, K. Kish, B. Smith, E. Mylar. 

Row 3: J. Smith, N. MacQuarrie, M. McBroom, C. Misich, P. Launch, B. Papp, A. Macheta, C. Friedel, 

P Holtz. 
Row 4: J. Moyer, D. Gauch, C. Jackney, J. Walkins, T. Jawarski, J. Wawrzyniak, J. Young, D. Roberts, 

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Uncle Chris leaves to visit Dogmar in the hospital. 



EUCLID HIGH PRESENTS 
"I REMEMBER MAMA" 

Katrin Charlene Bratush 

Bonnie Poznik 

Mama Karen McPeek 

Papa Norman Johnson 

Dagmor Judy Klosky 

Malinda Shirk 

Christine Nancy Carney 

Mr. Hyde Brian Wolton 

Nels Dick Gauch 

Aunt Trina Judy Wakelee 

Aunt Sigrid Carol Crrrn 

Aunt Jenny Clarolyn Friedel 

Uncle Chris Robert Mason 

A woman Eileen Launch 

Mr. Thorkelson James Bubonics 

Dr. Johnson ... . . Fred Fantini 

Arne Thomas Leach 

A Nurse Portio Miles 

Another Nurse Carol Gauch 

Soda Clerk Richard Kerzic 

Madeline Carol Gauch 

Dorothy Schiller Charlene Bratush 
Bonnie Poznik 




Mama Consoles Uncle Chris as he prepares to leave the world. 



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Sports 



Participation in sports develops 
sportsmanship and teamwork. 
Through the intra-mural program 
for girls and the various inter- 
school sports for boys, Euclid stud- 
ents were able to develop these 
characteristics. This year has been 
an eventful one as Euclid students 
saw the Cross-Country, Wrestling 
and Football Teams become champ- 
ion or Co-Champs of the Lake Erie 
League. 






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Erie 

League 





Dave Lockwood 



Dale Seaman 




Orlow Wertenberger 



Frank Federico 




1957 
Co-Champs 



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Wayne Milligan 




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Bill Scott 






Dick Vah 






Bill Walter 


Euclid 


14 


Akron Garfield 


19 


Euclid 


13 


Parma 




7 


Euclid 


14 


Canton Lehman 


7 


Euclid 





Lakewood 




7 


Euclid 


61 


Ashtabula 





Euclid 


13 


Shaw 




7 


Euclid 


13 


Heights 





Euclid 


6 


Painesville 


He 


irvey 


Euclid 


7 


Shaker 





Won 


7 


Lost 




2 




VARSITY COACHES AND CAPTAIN 

A. Galicki, N. Nelson, Bob Cramer, D. Mohr, J. Lewi: 




V. Budan, R. Leland 



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JUNIOR VARSITY COACHES AND CAPTAINS 

J. Mayer, R. Skiljan, T. French, E. Stoch 




JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 
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The victorious Panthers return to be greeted by a jubilant crowd. 




After becoming co-champs of the Lake Erie League 






Tackles pile up on the Euclid's 
twenty-five yard line. 



Nosse charges toward end 
zone in Harvey game. 



Cramer moves up against Pc 



Cramer forces his way 
through tacklers. 



ling touchdown 



Nosse scores again. 



Murphy drives forward 
another good gain aga 
Shaker. 





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CHAMPS 








Varsity Scores 




Euclid 


58 


Chagrin 


50 


Euclid 


80 


Garfield 


70 


Euclid 


71 


Parma 


57 


Euclid 


48 


Lakewood 


81 


Euclid 


67 


Orange 


65 


Euclid 


35 


Shaw 


67 


Euclid 


54 


Shaw 


58 


Euclid 


55 


Harvey 


59 


Euclid 


64 


Heights 


62 



Won 6 






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Dennis Potter 



Edward Boulware 





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Ted Kramer 




1957 
TOURNAMENT 

Varsity Scores 
Euclid 40 East 



Euclid 55 

Euclid 43 

Euclid 49 

Euclid 43 

Euclid 40 

Euclid 55 

Euclid 57 



St. Joseph 

Heights 

Shaker 

Parma 

Brush 

Lakewood 

Shaker 

Lost 1 1 



68 
76 

47 
57 
44 
57 
73 
54 




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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 




WON 15 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 

168 



LOST 3 



Pegoraro drives in for a tayup. 



Kramer scrambles with Vik- 
ings for the rebound. 



Kramer is in there again. 



Heights gets a shot over the 
outstretched hands of Kram- 
er and Schnieder. 





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Erie 

League 







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VARSITY 


SCORES 




Euclid 26 




Garfield 


11 


Euclid 19 




Bedford 


22 


Euclid 50 




Cuyahoga Fa 


lis 2 


Euclid 49 




Parma 





Euclid 28 




Shaker 


11 




Won 


10 





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Mark Marion 

State Champion 

Heavyweight 



Jim Primeau 



Frank Federico 




1957 
Champions 





VARSITY SCORES 


Euclid 33 


Cleveland Heights 12 


Euclid 32 


Lake wood 1 1 


Euclid 47 


Shaw 


Euclid 41 


Painesville 5 


Euclid 45 


St. Joseph 


Euclid 32 


Mayfield 1 1 




Lost 1 




David Barnes 



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VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM 



Third in State Competition. Ken Ross, State Champion, 127 pounds. 




JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM 

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LOST 



Nosse gets Vaccariello ready for 



Orlow tries for a pin. 



Pnmcau waves good-by to cruel 



What do you mean dr. 



Fedenco counts a pin as Pr 
takes a pin. 



"Smiley" Elrich ties up 
Tegel. 



Who's winning here? 



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SET NEW 








WIN-LOSS 








RECORD 




Euclid 


46 


Berea 


31 


Euclid 


59 


Shaw 


18 


Euclid 


44 


Heights 


33 


Euclid 


27 


Lakewood 


50 


Euclid 


25 


Shaker 


52 


Euclid 


44 


Berea 


36 



Won 8 





Howard Leiningei 




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Barry Richards 



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Euclid 


40 


Height 


37 


Euclid 


31 


Lakewood 


46 


Euclid 


19 


Shaker 


58 


Euclid 


60 


Akron 


16 


Euclid 


64 


Shaw 


13 


Euclid 


43 


Wooster 
Lost 4 


34 




George Adamik 



Coach Barlo 



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Swimmer rests for fraction of a 
second before returning to the 
other end of the pool. 



Kaib completes fine di' 



Leininger completes his dive. 





CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 

Row I: B. Lewin, D. McCarthy, B. Chapman, R. Moses, V. Burger, R. Reeves. 

Row 2: B. Kelso, J. Hoppert, B. Gorse, T, Heinz. D. Bates, B. Nebe, L. Tyiewski. 

Row 3: S. Brown, R. Lucci, R. Speel, S. Jones, J. Smith, R. Blackburn. 

Row 4: D. McColeman, D. Margo, D. Fuller, D. Roberts, R. Schmidt, D. Soeder, D. Thompson. 



LAKE ERIE CHAMPIONS 

AND 
DISTRICT CHAMPIONS 

Won 7 Lost 




Dave McCarthy 



Bob Chapman 



Vernon Burger 



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Athletic Board 




ATHLETIC BOARD 

Row 1: M. Baumer, F. Pringle, C. Eckert, J. Mayer, D. McColeman, J. Suponce, A .VaccarieUo. 

Row 2: D. Thompson, C. Swackhamer, N. Nelson, D. Mohr, E. Stoch, B. Barlow, A. Buerger, J. Photo. 

Row 3: W. Boerger, A. Galicki, J. Calvert, C. Blauch, B. Graham, C. Owens, R. Keay. 



Lettermen's Club 




LETTERMAN'S CLUB 

Row 1: T. Kramer, J. Gortz, J. Hoffert, W. Milligan, D. Smith, T. Wight, P. Smith, T. Opdahl, B. Knuth. 
Row 2: N. Browning, G. McCracken, M. Miller, J. Pegoraro, F. Federico, L. Nosse, T. Gobel, J. Thomas, 

D. McCarthy. 
Row 3: J. Pasquale, D. Gravell, D. Bloom, D. Bavetz, R. Schnieder, D. Doley, J. Rogosh, B. Nebe, R. Moses. 
Row 4: D. Bates, K. Ross, J. Yonchar, L. Konyha, J. Nowacek, V. Burger, W. Fox, B. Walters, B. Chapman. 

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artz, M. Sole 



GIRLS' LEADERS 

Row 1: C. Wallace, E. Potichney, P. Bulicek, B. Lloyd, C. Turner, C. Bratush, 

Mclntryre, D. Stelluti, S. Santee, W. Ryder. 
Row 2: M. Hummon, M. Larkin, N. Halderman, C. Dougherty, D. Lee, M. McPherson, G. Siat, J. Maga- 

lenga, P. Williams, J. Clayton, M. Samsa, M. Pesec, P. Shuster, J. McKibben, E. Vonhof. 
Row 3: A. Macaroe, J. Clark, D. Opalich, J. Buchar, M. Zanghi, R. Berlo, M. Martin, A. Barden, P. Perme, 

D. Lindstrom, B. Bowers, C. Miller, J. Nobbe, B. Smith, D. Koss, A. Valduga. 



Girls 9 Leaders 




Junior and sophomore girls whe 
excel in leadership, scholarship, de- 
pendability, and sportsmanship have 
the qualifications necessary to be- 
come members of the Girls' Ljadsrs 
Club. After attending the Leaders' 
Clinic and being voted on, the mem- 
Ders referee, act as teachers' assistants 
and give gym makeups. 



GIRLS' LEADER OFFICERS 

G. Schwartz, C. Bratush, M. Solon 



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G. A. A. ADVISORY BOARD 

on, N. Holderman, J. Nobbe, K. Mclntyre. 
n, D. Opalich, A. Borden, G. Schwartz, P. Pe 



G.A.A. Advisory Board 



By becoming a member of the Girls' 
Athletic Association, girls have a 
chance to play such intramural sports 
as soccer, volleyball, field hockey, 
basketball, baseball, and tennis. Be- 
sides the fun and exercise, girls earn 
points toward an "E" letter or a 
medal, the most coveted prize of a 
G. A. A. member. 




G. A. A. SPONSOR 

Miss Audrey Simonic 



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Row 1: M. Hummon, R. Berlo, G. Brewster, M. lau- 
nch, B. Perusek. 

Row 2: L. Soderberg, C. Berezonsky, B. Hanslik, L. 
Schrock, J. Clarke, J. Battung 



Row 1: D. Opalich, N. Petrich, D. Stelluti. 
Row 2: P. Nipple, C. Chauby, B. Burr, J. Nobbe, N. 
Halderman, L. Ress, J. Clayton. 



SENIOR 




J. Jarc, A. Barden 



C Neat, B. Smith, M. Wotau 
P. Zeigler. 



Novak, M Yage 



G.A.A. 




R. Miklauz, E. Bartko, P. Bulicek, J. Town. 



Row 1: C. Wright, C. Gausby, P Schuster, R. Alaya, 

L. Gallop, R. Templin. 
Row 2: G. Schwarts, D. Sanders. 



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Prebeusek, N. Knoff, H. Morgan, N. 
Battung, W. Yates. 



JUNIOR 




Barnes, D. Beyer, G. Berthold, D. Rammel. E, Von 
holf, M. Terrell, S. Lindguist. 



K. Mclntyre, C. Turner, N. Pokorny, A. Gessic, P. 



G.A.A. 




Tolar, D. Shonk, D. King, A. Hava. 



. Johnson, M. Turk, G. Bagocious, B. Benson, K. 
Tropiano, J. Buchar, D. Thornberens, C. Miller. 



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T. Randazzo, J. 



SOPHOMORE 




Row 1: J. Herold, C. Osberg, J. Turk, J. Kolsky, N. 

Link. 
Row 2: D. Zackel, J. Zeunik, N. Beran, B. Kinter, 

B. Mulford, D. Rossow. 



G.A.A. 




Row 1: J. Peck, J. Peitie, D. Mika, L. Castro Vinci, J. 

Lausos, C. Harris, j. Shale. 
Row 2: M. Jack, S. Cameron, S. Redfern, N. Burrough, C. 

Tkatch, P. Siciliono, A. Crono, J. Lindbead. 

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Dttung, J. Stuehringer, C. Neat, A. H 



GIRLS SWIM CADETS 

D. Sanders, S. Siebe 



Perusek, C. Gauch, N. Eckermon, 



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Student Life 



Here, in Student Life, is the story 
of Euclid High, a school enriching 
the lives of all. To be a part of 
Euclid is more than attending clas- 
ses. It is friendships; the thrill 
of the first day; watching and 
cheering at an important game,- 
singing the "Star Spangled Ban- 
ner" at an assembly; or waiting 
for the 3:20 bell to ring. Regard- 
less of the occasion, the spirit 
exists and will remain in future 
years as memories of these events. 






HOMECOMING NOMINEES 

1st Row: S. Korencic, C. Bratush, L. Soderberg. 

2nd Row: M. McColl, B. Gregory, G. Hunt, S Mock, C. Eiskonen, S. Seiber. 

3rd Row: J. Koeth, D. Ingram, S. Miller, L. Relyea, B. Harris, P. Doyle. 



Homecoming festivities began with the nomination of these fifteen 
girls by the Lettermen's Club and the election by the student Body. 





The crystal ball and a winning team made this year's dance perfect. 

188 




Queen Sally Korencic and her court were announced at the dance and 
posed for their royal portrait. 





Candidates for queen and sophomore attendant happily ackncwlsdge 
the crowd's cheers as they parade around the football field. 

189 





Ccptain Bob Cramer and Pat Smith thr. 
Heights dummy into the Bonfire. 



A victory was the hope of all as the cheerleaders 
led the crowd in "Victory." 




A jam packed stadium cheered and yelled as they watched Euclid win 
their first Homecoming game. 

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The trophy for the 



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SANDY MOCK 

Senior Attendant 



GEORGIA HUNT 

Senior Attendant 






PAT DOYLE 

Junior Attendant 



JOANN KOETH 

Sophomore Attendant 



SALLY KORENCIC 

Homecoming Queen 




The Sophomore Class pre- 
sented their first assembly in 
the latter part of October. 
Euclid students went back to 
the roaring twenties where 
bathing beauties and night 
club singers whooped it up. 



The Sophomores went back to the "good old daz 




The slogan for the day the Juniors presented their assem- 
bly was "better late than never". Based on school life in the 
year 2000, scenes depicting the average school day and Home- 
coming were presented. 



194 



The "biggest and best" is 
what the Seniors worked for 
and achieved in their fall as- 
sembly. Patterned after Green- 
wich Village, the assembly 
used a regular stage setting 
for the first time. 




Hey Jim! Where did you dig up the weed? 




Maxine Priest teaches the varsity football players the art of dancing gracefully. 




Arlene McCormack's jive number 
was one of the biggest production 
numbers in the assembly. 



195 




Parents got a chance to learn about 
their child's courses at the annual 
Open House. Various remarks were 
heard; the most common being "Hon- 
estly, I don't know how the children 
do it. Those stairs really are a chal- 
lenge. 




they were inducted into F.T.A. 



Through the hard work of the 
Deans and Mr. Owens, Euclid's an- 
nual College Nite was a success. The 
purpose of College Nite is to inform 
the students and parents on various 
college's curricula and requirements. 




After game dances were always 
popular as they gave students a 
chance to get-together informally 
and talk over the game. 




Euclid couples step lightly across the floor otter the football game. 
"Oh Jon, you dance divinely!" 




Next year, the after game dances 
will be as much looked forward to as 
they were this year. Gone with them 
are many memories of good fun. 



Tony Gregorc and his Silvertones were a favorite dance band. 

197 



This year because of the increased 
spirit, pep assemblies were held more 
often. The pep band, cheerleaders, 
and majorettes were all part of the 
excited crowd urging their team to 
bring home a victory. 





P. Esposito; K. Osberg; D. Weiss. Copt; J. Harold; M. laf 




The 1957 cheerleaders, pro tern. 



The gym was like a bomb ready to 
explode before the crowd stood for 
the "Victory" cheer and the singing 
of the "Alma Mater" which brought 
the rallies to a close. The cheering 
continued — not stopping until after 
the game. 



198 




Concession workers were kept busy 
selling pop, coffee, candy, hot dogs, 
and popcorn to hungry customers. 
Through the efforts of the Student 
Council and Ad Club, refreshments 
and tickets were easily and quickly 
obtained, adding to the enjoyment of 
visitors. . iJ-H 



Karen McPeek greets a custom 




JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 

Esposito, K. Osberg, D. Weiss, Copt: J. Harold. M. lafelice, K. Linsz. 



At both home and away games 
Euclid students and adults filled the 
stands. Regardless of the weather 
or distance, Euclid fans were there 
showing the team that win or lose 
they were behind them. 




lid students bundled up at the Harvey game. 



199 




The most memorable football game 
was the night Euclid beat Shaw to 
become Co-Champs of the Lake Erie 
League. Students began to gather 
at the high school about 6:30 for the 
car caravan which would travel to 
Shaw. 



slaughter Shaw 




"And we will fight — And we will 



Decorated with signs and shakers, 
the buses and cars were filled with 
excited students, eager to see Euclid 
win. Windows were open so that 
cheers and pep songs were heard as 
the caravan proceeded down Euclid 
Avenue. 




We're on our way 



200 



Euclid students arrived forty-five 
minutes early to fill up the Shaw and 
Euclid stands. Their cheers were 
heard by the team in the locker room 
listening to Coach Mohr's pre-game 
instructions. 




Mr. Taylor and the choii 
nd sponsoring buses. 



boosted school spirit by selling shaken 





'Everyone" went to the victory party at Marc 



Hill's home. 
201 



By out-cheering and out fighting 
Shaw, Euclid's team returned home 
to Euclid where students waited to 
greet them. It was a night to remem- 
ber, the night when the coaches' and 
team's beliefs and Euclid's spirit paid 
off. 




To prepare students for future elec- 
tions, Euclid held its second mock 
election, Tuesday, November 4 under 
the direction of a Senior speech class. 
Students planned the election and 
helped at the ballot boxes, counting 
and tallying the returns. 





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nunity Chest, the 



Quartet visited Euclid through the efforts 



Every Friday, students entered the 
auditorium to enjoy entertaining yet 
educational assemblies, planned by va- 
rious organizations and outside 
groups. Each class held a party 
where they had an opportunity to b°- 
come better acquainted and raise 
funds for class projects. 




Sophomores get together for the first time at their party. 



202 



For the last time the class of '57 
had their fall party. Tony Gregorc's 
band played as the Seniors whooped 
it up. There was plenty of food and 
many came back for seconds and 
thirds. 




Don Howard asked, "Is that a cookie I see befon 




npanied by the "Silvertc 



entertained the happy Seniors. 




Entertainment was provided by the 
Seniors themselves. As the fun con- 
tinued, memories of previous parties 
prevailed as — Sophomores, our first 
get-together; as Juniors, the Virginia 
reel; and as Seniors, the jokes and 
laughter. 



203 




Thanksgiving signified the traditional 
Regents Hi-Y assembly. Poems on the 
Spirit of Thanksgiving were read by 
members, and the music in the back- 
ground made this a beautiful and in- 
spiring assembly. This year, Reverend 
Mayer delivired an inspiring talk on 
the true meaning of the Spirit of 
Thanksgiving. 




The student body listened to Reverend Mayer intently. 



The choir gave its annual Thanksgiv- 
ing program the day before Thanksgiv- 
ing. The program, serious in nature, 
was in keeping with the freedom and 
Day of Thanksgiving we in the United 
States celebrate and enjoy. 




204 



Christmas meant a great deal to the 
Choir. The day before the Christ- 
mas assembly, choir alumni mem- 
bers and the present members decor- 
ated the Christmas trees at the first 
Choir party. 




The Girls' Glee Club in one of their songs 





The whole school was decorated as 
the homerooms and Student Council 
joined to make this Christmas a gay 
one in the halls of Euclid High. Miss 
Williams' homeroom 201 won the 
prize for the best decorated Senior 
homeroom. 



'isits the third floor homerooms. 




Each year, in connection 
with the Senior government 
classes, Euclid students take 
over the city government for 
a day. Signs and posters show- 
ing party platforms and candi- 
dates were posted throughout 
the halls. 



The Futurite party begins its campaigr 




Tom Wight, Tony Gregorc 
and Guy Donahue were elect- 
ed mayor, council president 
and judge respectively. On 
January 16, they took office 
along with the other elected 
officials. 



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Tom Wight takes the oath of office from Mayor Sims. 



One of the most impressive 
and long-awaited assemblies 
was the National Honor Induc- 
tion Assembly, which took 
place on January 18. Speech- 
es on character, scholarship, 
service and leadership were 
delivered by members of the 
organization. 






There were many anxious 
moments as the roll was 
called and new members 
were ushered to the stage. 
The organ music in the back- 
ground and the happiness of 
the new members all added to 
the program. After the cere- 
mony and pictures were com- 
pleted, a tea was held in the 
cafeteria for parents and new 
members. 



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A most important part of school 
spirit is the backing of the parents 
and community. With true spirit 
our community has backed our 
sports, organizations, and activi- 
ties as shown by the advertisers 
on the following pages. Without 
their aid, this yearbook could not 
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Good Luck Graduates 


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of 1957 


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WINDOW SHADE COMPANY 

505 E. 185 Street 

KE 1-4343 

Euclid 19, Ohio 


Bus: MU. 1-0116 Home: FA. 1-3475 

D & D CLOTHING CO. 

Tailor Made Suits, Pants 
Ready Made Suits, Topcoats 


Compliments of 

CHESTERFIELD 
STEEL SERVICE CO. 

1220 East 22nd St. 


New Yorker Overcoats 

M. Ornstein 

New Store 895 East 152nd St. 
762 East 152nd St. Cleveland 10, Ohio 


Compliments of 

SIMS BROS. 
BUICK, INC. 


Best Wishes From 

THE 
PANTHER DINER 

768 E. 222nd St. RE 1-9775 

Our Specialties 

Pantherburgers, Home Cooking, 

"Take Out" Service 


18781 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio 

IVanhoe 6-0600 


Compliments of 

CLARK'S 
FOOD STORE 



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Compliments of 

ACKERMAN PLASTIC 
MOLDING DIV. 


Compliments of 
WATERWASH HARDWARE 

335 East 200th Street 


Consolidated Iron and Steel 
Manufacturing Co. 


Compliments of 
MODEL FOOD MARKET 

445 East 200th Street 


EAST 200th HARDWARE 

Hand and Power Tools 

Fishing Tackle 

Plumbing and Electric Supplies 

Housewares - Appliances 

Scott's Lawn Care Products 

687 East 200th Street 

IVonhoe 1-8448 




Compliments of 
SAM'S MODERN BARBER SHOP 

828 East 200th Street 


Compliments of 

THE 

COLLINWOOD 

PUBLISHING 

CO. 

814 East 152nd Street 


Compliments of 
MOSS POINT CLEANERS 

550 East 200th Street 
36370 Vine Street 




MILLER'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

Above Roller Drome 


Compliments of 
DAVID'S JEWELERS 

934 East 152nd Street 


22480 Shore Center Dr. 

Euclid 23, Ohio 
REdwood 1-9358 


Compliments of 
JOE'S MOBIL SERVICE 

818 East 200th Street 



KERRUISH JEWELERS, INC. 

818 East 152nd Street 

Good luck and a prosperous future — 
a former Euclidite 


Best Wishes From 

PAGE REALTY CO. 

& 

PAGE INSURANCE AGENCY 

Realtors 


Congratulations Class of '57 

& Success 

in the future 

JACK L. ROBERTS 

Welter Realty, Inc. 


Member of North East 
Multiple Listing Service 

455 E. 200th St. KE. 1-1030 




Congratulations Seniors 

LAKE SHORE TASTY SHOP 

Corner 222nd and Lake Shore Blvd. 

Euclid's Finest Restaurant 


Compliments of 

P. R. WARD 
COMPANY 

870 East 152nd Street 


Compliments of 
CARMEN BILL 









UPSON PHARMACY 

481 East 260th Street 


MULLEN PURE OIL 

Cor. E. 222 St. and Euclid 
KE 1-9892 


CONGRATULATIONS 
GRADUATES! 

HI CARB CORPORATION 


REdwood 1-7070 

WILKIE HARDWARE 

Paints - Glass - Housewares 

Plumbing - Electrical Supplies 

809 East 222nd Street 

Euclid 23, Ohio 


530 East 200th St. 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

KE 1-1780 



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Gene Slusser, Mgr. 
LAWSON MILK CO. 

Bread and Bakery Prod. 

Dairy Products and Ice Cream 

Open 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 

7 days a week 

851 E. 222 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 


Authorized Keepsake Diamond Rings 

FRIEDMAN JEWELERS 

Est. 1914 

22312 Lake Shore Blvd. 




REdwood 1-0800 


LAKE SHORE ROOFING 


1 2322 Superior Avenue 


AND SHEET METAL CO. 


POtomac 1-6686 


91 I E. 222 St. 


Headquarters for Sterling Silver 




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 



Compliments of 
UPSON SHOE REPAIR 

26090 Mallard 



Telephone KE. 1-9876 

ZALLER'S PURE OIL STATION 

Generator and Voltage Reg. Service 

Ignition Service - Brakes - Towing 

700 E. 200th St. 

Frank and Rich Cleveland 19, Ohio 



CENTER BEVERAGE 
AND DELICATESSEN 

22362 Lake Shore 

In Shopping Center 

REdwood 1-9473 

WE DELIVER 

Open Daily 9:00 to Midnight 





Compliments of 


Compliments 


Cleveland FABRIC Shops, Inc. 


SKI -WAY 
MACHINE PRODUCTS 


• Shoregate Shopping Center 

• E. 185th Shopping Center 


COMPANY 






21730 St. Clair Ave. 
Cleveland 1 7, Ohio 


RE. 2-7090 

EUCLID CITY PLUMBING SERVICE 

23745 Lake Shore Boulevard 




Euclid 23, Ohio 
Laricks 



INGREDIENTS OF ENGINEERING 

THINK TEST 




■£v< 



2, 




To The Graduates of Euclid High 1957 

May Your Challenges Raise Your Thoughts To Ever Greater Success 

Mentally, Materially, and Spiritually 

The Men at E. Hoffmann, Inc. 

1084 East 222nd Street - Euclid, Ohio 



THE 

EUCLID WOOD PRODUCTS 

CO. 



WAGNER ELECTRIC CORPORATION 

21300 St. Clair 
IV. 6-1666 



ST. CLAIR BUILDERS 
SUPPLY CO. 

20020 St. Clair Ave. 
Euclid, Ohio 

KE. 1-6000 



Same Day Service 

Pick-Up and Delivery 

Jud Piatz -:- Austin Platz 

TOWN & COUNTRY CLEANERS 
& SHIRT LAUNDRY 

Euclid Plant 

22490 Lake Shore Blvd. 

RE 1-2244 

Euclid 23, Ohio 


List Your 
Home With Us 

A. J. MALONE AND SONS CO. 

28902 Lake Shore Blvd. Wl 3-4600 
Willowick 




For the Finest in Quality Jewelry 

WOLKOV JEWELERS 

Keepsake and Artcarved Diamond 


Compliments of 

DOROTHY V. BURGER 
AND ASSOCIATES 

Realtor RE. 2-8383 


Rings 
All Nationally Advertised Watches 

707 East 185th Street 
IVanhoe 1-4888 


Frank Briganti & Son 

EUCLID 
BARBER SHOP 

559 East 185th Street 

IVanhoe 1-5112 

"Serving Euclid for 33 Years" 


Compliments of 
VALERIA DELICATESSEN 

921 E. 185 






Compliments of 
AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 

821 E. 185 
IV. 1-9966 


Compliments of 
HENDERSHOT 


HERB FITZGERALD 

Repairs on Radio and TV. 


AND SMITH CO. 


RECORD PLAYERS 

635 E. 185th Street 
KEnmore 1-1313 


KEnmore 1-2640 
STERN'S MENS WEAR 

Complete line of dress suits to rent 
715 E. 185 Cleve. 19, Ohio 


LA SALLE BAKERY 

863 E. 185 

Cleveland, Ohio 

KE 1-2388 


WHITEWAY STAMPING 
COMPANY 



LACO DIE CASTING CO. 

23440 Lakeland Blvd. 


KE 1-8479 
933 E. 185 Cleve. 19, Ohio 

TRIANGLE FLORISTS 

Corsages- Weddings 

Funeral Arrangement 
Gifts Greeting Cards 


Compliments of 

FRED OWEN'S GARAGE 
AND BODY SHOP 

23031 Lakeland 


Best Wishes 
MELDEN'S 


HATTENDORF-BLISS, INC. 

25080 Lakeland Boulevard 


DEPT. STORE 

696 East 185th St. 


Euclid 32, Ohio 


With Best Wishes 
MANWELL PRODUCTS, INC. 

180 11 Roselond Avenue 


Compliments of 

GOLLER 
BODY, INC. 

24180 Lakeland Blvd. 


KE 1-3658 
LA SALLE 

CLEANERS & DYERS 

835 E. 185 
Cleve. 19, Ohio 


Compliments of 

THE 

MOTCH & MERRYWEATHER 

MACHINERY CO. 

1250 East 222nd Street 


ZAK FUNERAL HOME 

6016 St. Clair 
EN. 1-3113 


A. LOGAR, DRY GOODS 

928 E. 222nd St. Euclid, Ohio 


G. W. OSTROM 

INSURANCE 

Chase Bldg. 

21930 Lake Shore Blvd. RE 1-2882 

Cleveland 23, Ohio 



Compliments of 
LINGERS JEWELRY 


CENTER BEVERAGE 
AND DELICATESSEN 

22362 Lake Shore 

In Shopping Center 

REdwood 1-9473 

WE DELIVER 

Open Daily 9:00 to Midnight 


Your Credit Account Invited 





702 E. 185 



Compliments of 

THE DILLE ROAD 
LUMBER COMPANY 



Evinrude 
Outboard Motors 

EUCLID MOTOR PARTS 
& REBUILDING 

Sales - Service - Parts 

Tuneup - Storage 

Boats & Boating Supplies 



24431 Lakeland 



RE. 2-8686 



THE AUSTIN COMPANY 

Engineers and Builders 

iliss Steel Fabricating Division 

1245 East 222nd Street 

Cleveland 1 7, Ohio 



CHARLES AND OLGA SLAPNIK 
FLOWER SHOPPE 



6026 St. Clair Ave. 
Cleveland 3, Ohio 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



Compliments of 
NELMOR 

26420 Lakeland Blvd. 



Compliments of 
BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. 

22078 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Compliments of 
GABBY'S FOOD BAR 

22400 Lake Shore 
RE. 1-9854 


Compliments of 
KLEMENC 


Compliments of 
BILL'S CLOTHES 

22810 Lake Shore Blvd. 


MACHINE 
CO. 


KATHERINE J. WELTER 

REALTOR 


MARTIN'S DAIRY BAR 

Euclid Avenue, near East 204th Street 

Double Rich Milk Shakes 

Tempting Sundaes 

Delicious Ice Cream Cones 


Congratulations to the 
Class of 1957 

YOUR FUTURE HOLDS 
IN STORE FOR YOU 


LAKE SHORE MARKET 

Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables 

20070 Lake Shore Boulevard 

Telephone IVanhoe 1-4411 

Euclid 23, Ohio 


A HOME OF YOUR OWN 

When the Time Comes, Visit 
the Northeast's most active offices 


Best Wishes 

TARANTINO BROS., INC. 

17614 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland 10, Ohio 

IV. 1-0344 


26500 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid 
29025 Lake Shore Blvd., Willowick 


EUCLID 
HOMES CANTEEN 

Would like to give 

Congratulations to 

The Graduates of "57" 


Best of Luck 

To the Graduating Class 

of 1957 

DR. R. M. BALDWIN 

Optometrist 



Compliments of 
GIUNTA and ZOOK BEVERAGES 

923 East 222 

"We Cater to Parties" 
RE 1-6336 


JET DIE AND 
DEVELOPMENT CO. 

25020 Lakeland Blvd 


MILLER-STONE 

Euclid's Oldest Jewelers 

Between the Theatres 

RE. 1-0155 

22570 Loke Shore Blvd. 


Cleveland 23, Ohio 
REdwood 1-3720 


Bus: MU. 1-0116 Home: FA. 1-3475 


TEEN-AGERS! 

We can get you 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 

KILLEN-KAUCNIK INSURANCE AGENCY 

736 E. 200th St. Cleveland 19, Ohio 
IV. 1-1042 


D & D CLOTHING CO. 

Tailor Made Suits, Pants 

Ready Made Suits, Topcoats 

New Yorker Overcoats 

M. Ornstein 
New Store 895 East 152nd St. 


McDowells lake shore foods 

Full line of groceries -- Fresh meats 

and vegetables 

Full line of beverages 

Frozen foods - Harwell's Ice Cream 

Free delivery anywhere in Euclid 

OLD MEADOW DAIRY PRODUCTS 

Open 7 days a week 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. 
daily 

23900 Lake Shore Blvd - RE. 2-9948 


762 East 152nd St. Cleveland 10, Ohio 


Res. IV. 1-0090 Bus. IV. 1-7744 
Engineering - Designing - Gen. Machine Work 

MALNAR MACHINE TOOL COMPANY 

Manufacturers of Special Machinery 

19301 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland 19, Ohio 
Frank J. Malnar, President 


For quality style and price 

Shop at 

FALLS TOWN AND COUNTRY 

22822 Lake Shore 


JOHN H. EMERICH 

Sunoco Service 

18602 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland 10, Ohio 

KE 1-9851 


SHERWIN HARDWARE 

740 E. 185th St. IVanhoe 1-2092 


SUSAN'S 
CANDY AND GIFT SHOP 

For The Finest in Gifts and Candies 

555 E. 185 St. 



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In Euclid Call 
VILLAGE CAB CO. 

Dependable 24 Hour Service 


Grode "A" Poultry and Strictly Fresh 

Eggs 

EUCLID POULTRY 

549 East 185th Street 

Euclid, Ohio 

Jery Petkovsek KEnmore 1-8187 


50c Anywhere in Euclid 

IVanhoe 6-1300 

All Cabs Equipped with 2-way Radio 


Phone: IVanhoe 1-3300 

Ruberoid - Asphalt - Asbestos 

Building Materials 

THE K & B HOME IMPROVEMENT, INC. 

749 East 185th Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Carl Bork 


5 POINTS KEY SHOP 

Key and Lock Work 

Home - Auto - Industrial 

POtomac 1-3000 

916 East 152nd Street Clevelond 10, Ohio 


V. DEMSHAR & SON'S, 
INC. 

Magnificent Magnavox 

TV. & Hi-Fi 

Records 


VADAKIN REFRIGERATION 
& AIR CONDITIONING, INC. 

15531 Euclid Ave. at Taylor Rd. 

Commercial Refrigeration and 

Home Air Conditioning 

Air Conditioning 

Sales & Service 

CALL GL. 1-7346 


TEDDY BEAR STORES, INC. 

746 E. 185 St. 

Children's Wear - Juvenile Furniture - Toys 

IVanhoe 1-8877 


Photographic Supplies 


Compliments of 
RENE BEAUTY SALON 

Euclid - Green Shopping Center 


ADAM'S MARKET 

Quolity Meats ond Poultry 

520 East 200 Street 

IVanhoe 1-2386 


POWERS REALTY CO. 

Chardon Rd. at Richmond Rd. 
IV. 1-4311 


Congratulations Graduates 
THE LAKELAND FLORAL CO. 

C. Barile and Sons 
Flower, Gift and Garden Shop 

29651 Lakeland Blvd. Wickliffe, Ohio 
Wlckliffe 3-1230 



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Compliments of 






MUTUAL METAL PRODUCTS, INC. 






17600 Waterloo Road 


Compliments 




Cleveland 19, Ohio 


of 




KE. 1-3220 








LAKE SHORE 




Diamonds - Watches - Giftware 


MACHINE CO. 




ALVIN JEWELERS 

Budget Accounts Invited 


1340 E. 222nd St. 




Never Any Carrying Charge 
or Interest 


IV. 6-1515 




TWO STORES 






690 East 185th Street 






5633 Broadway 








Compliments of 




Insure With 


DRENIK BEVERAGE 
DISTRIBUTING, INC. 




MATT F. INTIHAR 


23776 Lakeland Blvd. 




Complete Insurance 


John Drenik 




Service 






630 E. 222nd St. 






REdwood 1-6888 


Best Wishes to the 
Graduating Class 




IVanhoe 1-0678 


G. B. BREUER, D.D.S. 







LUIKART 




INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 


Best Wishes to the 


Insurance All Forms 


Graduation Class of 


KE. 1-4770 


"57" 




TRFRFr 





TREBEC 




EXCAVATING, INC. 






Compliments of 


571 East 200th Street 


NOTTINGHAM FEED & SEED 




18716 Nottingham Road 


WESTERN AUTO 




ASSOCIATE STORE 

25647 Euclid Ave. 


JAY DEE CLEANERS 




921 E. 222 


See us for a complete line of 


Euclid, Ohio 


Auto Parts - Auto Accessories - Tires 




Sporting Goods 




Hot Rod Items our Specialty 


Let us care for the clothes - 
you care for - 




3 hr. Service 


KRAUSS GARAGE 


Quality Cleaning & Alterations 


1570 Dille Road at Euclid Ave. 


Free Pick up & Del. 


Euclid 17, Ohio 




KE. 1-3874 


RE. 1-7060 



ROOSEVELT EAGLE MARKET 

690 E. 200 St. 

at Pawnee 

KE. 1-5332 Free Delivery 



IVanhoe 



1911 



IVanhoe 1-1912 



Open Mor, - Tues - Thurs. Till 9 P.M. 
Closed Wed - Fri -Sat. till 7 P.M. 

KINKOPF BROS. - FURNITURE 

Carpets • Home Appliances 
Television • Radio 

Johnny — Tony — Rudy 

820 East 200 St. 
Cleveland 19, Ohio 

SADIE HOLLAND 

REALTOR 
Complete Real Estate Service 

"Every Customer A Friend" 
"Every House A Happy Home" 

TAUCHER'S MEATS 

Quality Meats 

Home Made Sausage 

KE. 1-5757 20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Best Wishes 

to the 

Senior Class of '57 

DR. ROBERT R. McGONAGLE 



Compliments of 
PETRICS BARBER SHOP 

761 E. 185th Street 



ELLIS AND LESSER 

Your Firestone Dealer 
719 East 185th Street KE. 1-7444 



For the Finest in Quality Jewelry 
WOLKOV JEWELERS 

Keepsake and Artcarved Diamond Rings 

All Nationally Advertised Watches 

707 East 185th Street IVanhoe 1-488 



CE. 1-1990 



CE. 1-1991 



CLEVELAND UNIVERSAL MOTORS, 
INC. 

Allen S. Brian 
General Manager 

8810 Euclid Avenue 



WAGNER ELECTRIC 
CORP. 

21300 St. Clair Ave. 
Cleveland 17, Ohio 



IV, 1-7991 Res. RE. 1-8633 

J. C. HOMER 

Radio and Television Service 

Day and Night Service 
548 E. 200th St. Euclid 19, Ohio 

THE EUCLID HEAT TREATING COMPANY 

1408 E. 222nd Street 
Clevelond 17, Ohio 

"Engineered Heat Treating" 

by 

' ' T E H T C O ' ' 



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J. KNIFIC SR. 

Real Estate 

R. KNIFIC 

All Types of Insuronce 

820 E. 185th St. IV. 1-7540 


KNITTEL'S GARAGE 

19115 Nottingham Rd. 
KE. 1-1428 


EDWARDS PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 

Repairs and Remodeling 
1575 Chordon Rd. KE 1-1722 


Best Wishes from 

STERN'S 

MEN'S WEAR 


THE SHEET METAL 
PRODUCTS CO. 

21200 St Clair Ave 


7 1 5 East 1 85th St. KEnmore 1 -2640 

Complete line of White Tuxedo 
Coats for Rent 


Cleveland 17, Ohio 
KE. 1-1960 


MARK PRIMO 

Underwriting 

ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 

Fire • Casualty • Surety 

Inland Marine Life 


Best Wishes 

J. M. ARNOFF 

COMPANY 


ARGUS UPHOLSTERY SHOP 

23831 Lakeland 
RE. 1-7743 


Compliments 
EUCLID SHORE MERCURY 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

A 

FRIEND 


481 E. 185 
IV. 1-9100 


Compliments of 
CHARDON ROAD PHARMACY 

3380 Richmond Road 


Compliments of 
SHAKER TOOL AND DIE CO. 

1080 East 222nd Street 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
SENIORS 


24 Hour Towing & Storage 
FARINACCI'S BODY SHOP 

19825 St. Clair Ave. 


THE REPLAC 


Cleveland 1 9, Ohio 


CORPORATION 


Loaners While Your Car Is Being 
Repaired (Free) 


21830 St. Clair Ave. 


Nick Farinacci IV. 6-2250 


AMERICA 




Its foundation 




is in youth, 




Its salvation 


Compliments of 


is in God. 






CLEVELAND 


THE CONTINENTAL 


INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 


PRODUCTS CO. 


INC. 


Euclid 17, Ohio 






1296 E. 260 


Manufacturers of Paints, Varnishes 




Protective Coatings, Boiler Treatments 




and Allied Products in 




Euclid since 1916 




MILES AUTO STORES 




669 E. 185th St. 






BETHANDALE CORP. 


Complete Line of Auto Parts 




& 


24040 Lakeland Blvd. 


Accessories 




KE. 1-3200 





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Best In Food 


FLICKINGER, INC. 

939 E. 222 St. 


FRIEDEL'S 
DELICATESSEN 

Mae - Mary Agnes - Leo 


Euclid 23, Ohio 


RE. 2-7181 843 E. 222 


RE. 1-7100 


open 6:30 to 9:30 daily 




Euclid 23, Ohio 


STONE CUTTING AND CARVING 




Sandstone for Platforms, 




Sills, Steps, Fireplaces, 




Landscaping, Etc. 




Fireplace Stone Cut to 
Order - Easy to Install 


Compliments of 


Free City-Wide Delivery 


THE DILLE ROAD 


FREE ESTIMATES 


LUMBER COMPANY 


ST. CLAIR 




CUT STONE, INC. 




19507 St. Clair Ave. 




IVanhoe 1-2442 






WILSON & COLTON 




AMOCO STATION 


FROM A 


Daily Hours 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. 


FRIEND 


19116 Nottingham Rd. 
General Auto Repairs and 




Road Service 




IV. 6-9809 



Compliments 
of 

LARRY'S MARKET 

692 East 185 



Compliments 

WEAN EQUIPMENT 
CORPORATION 

22800 Lakeland Boulevard 
Euclid, Ohio 



Compliments of 

AMERICAN STAMPING 
COMPANY 

26650 Lakeland Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio 



Compliments of 

THE HAMANN CONSTRUCTION 

25020 Lakeland Blvd. 



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Compliments of 

THE GERL EXCAVATING CO. 



Compliments of 

RADIX WIRE CO. 

26260 Lakeland Blvd 



"Compliments of a Friend" 



Compliments of 

TAPE AND LABEL SUPPLY CO. 

27671 Lake Shore Blvd. 



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WM. H. TOWN 




Realtor 


PURO CHEMICALS, INC. 


Multiple Listing Service 


Complete Maintenance Cleaners 


Specializing in Homes in Euclid 
And Northeast Cleveland 


and 
Janitor Supplies 


Member of the Cleveland Real Estate 
Board 

1564 Chardon Rd. (Near Euclid Ave.) 
IV. 1-5770 


Good Luck to the 1957 Graduating 




Class 




1643 St. Clair Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 


TAKE A JOB WITH A FUTURE 

For a good start in your business career 

become part of the Curtis family of 

factory and office employees 


PRospect 1-0600 PRospect 1-0601 


We are expanding. Our employees 
operate: 




Typewriter Punch press 
Comptometer Lathe 
Calculating Machine Screw machine 
Multilith Drill press 
Addressograph Milling Machine 




Bookkeeping machines Boring Mill 
Verifax Shaper 
Ditto Planer 
Microfilm 
Dictaphone 




LEARN AS YOU EARN 




CURTIS INDUSTRIES, INC. 


PAPP'S 


1 1 30 East 222 


BODY SHOP 


"Euclid's Friendly Firm" 


Address 




21100 St. Clair Ave. 




Telephone 

IV. 1-4333 


Compliments 
of 




CLEVELAND 




BROACH CO. 



ACE CHAIR RENTAL CO. 




Folding Chairs - Banquet Tables 

Card Tables - Coat Racks 

Cocktail Bars 

Hospital Beds - Wheel Chairs 

Invalid Walkers - Folding Beds 




Office and Warehouse 

1320 E. 107th St. RE. 2-7177 

Cleveland 6, Ohio 


For Quality 

Price and Style 

Shop at 




FALL'S TOWN 


CONGRATULATIONS 


& COUNTRY 


GRADUATES' 


22822 Lake Shore Blvd. 


Commencement is the start of a 
new phase of living. The future has 
promise for those with the right de- 
sires and the will to accomplish. 

May this be a perpetual 
Challenge to you! 




Sincerely yours 




KERR-LAKESIDE 




INDUSTRIES, INC. 




Screw Machine Products 

Large Cap Screws - Set Screws 

Socket Head Products 


Compliments of 


21850 St. Clair Ave. 
Euclid 17, Ohio 

KEnmore 1-8380 


LLOYD 
GAGE & TOOL CO. 




The best in 


STATE PLASTICS, INC. 


Production Tools 


Injection Molding 
All Thermoplastics 


7016 Euclid Ave. 


Specializing in 
Acid Resistant Saran 


EN. 1-5709 


23 Years Experience in 
Plastic Molding 




22240 Lakeland Blvd. 
RE. 2-7806 





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FELICITATIONS 
from 

THE STATE CHEMICAL 
MFG. CO. 

RE. 1-1936 

BEN JAKUBEN 
Representative 



Boulevard Shoes 

Shore Center Building 

"Sparing No Effort 
To Please" 

22324 Lake Shore Blvd. 

RE. 1-0575 



Compliments of 

ROESCH PAINT 

& 

WALLPAPER SUPPLIES 

853 East 222 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 

RE. 1-3585-86 



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SGRO'S SQUARE DEAL 
Super Market 

26588 Lake Shore Blvd. 
REdwood 1-3250 

"For the Finest in Foods" 




SHORE CENTER BARBER SHOP 



Euclid's Newest and Finest Barbershop 

22748 Shore Center Dr. 

T.V. for your enjoyment — Completely Air Conditioned 

Plenty of Free Parking 

Specializing in all types of hair cuts 



NEW 



MODERN 



COMFORTABLE 



GATE-WAY MOTEL 

29865 Euclid Avenue 
Wickliffe, Ohio 
Phone: WH. 3-6777 

AAA Approved - T.V. - Tile Baths - Carpeted 



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Compliments of 
BOULEVARD BEVERAGE 


Compliments of 
AJAX MFG CO 


COMPLIMENTS OF 
A FRIEND 


1441 Chardon Rd. 


Permanents That Satisfy 
Hair Coloring 
Consultation 

MARY FRANCES DEE'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

25461 Euclid Avenue 

Specialists In 

• Hair Cutting 

• Shaping 

• Styling 

• Waving 


Compliments of 

KEITH WEIGLE 
MOTORS 

DeSoto Plymouth 
Dealers 

20941 Euclid Avenue 


Compliments of 

KNUTH 
GREENHOUSE 

21601 Euclid Avenue 


SORRENTO RESTAURANT 

Euclid - Green Shopping Center 

7 A.M. - 5 A.M. 

IV. 1-9688 


MILLER-STONE 

Euclid's Oldest Jewelers 
Between the Theatres 
RE. 1-0155 
22570 Lake Shore Blvd. 



REG. GOWER 

Complete INSURANCE Service 


Compliments of 
FRANK'S PASTRY SHOP 

20991 Euclid Avenue 
16404 Euclid Avenue 


AUTO - LIFE - FIRE - LIABILITY 
Off. MA. 1-6762 Res. GL. 1-5487 


Compliments of 
DOWD SERVICE STATION 

18122 St. Clair Avenue 


SOLON 
DRUG STORE 

21860 Lake Shore Blvd. 

21051 Euclid Avenue 

at Chardon Road 


Congratulations 

to the Class 

of '57 

EUCLID COAL & SUPPLY 

1400 Chardon Rd. 
KE. 1-1400 


Compliments of 
A FRIEND 


Compliments of 
LEATHERBUILT COMPANY 

Designers & Manufacturers 


BERGER'S WALLPAPER, PAINT 
AND LINOLEUM CO. 

805 E. 185 St. IV. 1-6250 
6919 Superior HE. 1-3659 


of Leather 
21099 Euclid Avenue 



SENIOR HOMEROOM 210 



Barb Gregory 
Chuck Jeric 
Bruce Kozlowski 
Ted Kramer 
Ron Krauss 
Lane Krejci 
Lee Krezewinski 
Ron Krivec 
Ken Krotine 
Ray Kuhar 
Nelson LaBant 



Barb Lace 
Linda Lampe 
Tom Lapinskas 
Karen Larkin 
Russell Larsen 
Jim Laurenson 
Marilyn Launch 
Patty Laurich 
Barb Lazor 
Bev Lazor 
Maxine Leeper 
Sue Leininger 
Miss Lucille Aingworth 



Lenore Levkovitz 
Barb Leybeck 
Barb Lloyd 
Dave Lockwood 
Roger Lucci 
Barb Lustrik 
Richard Lynch 
Bob Mason 
Joe Naroski 
Bonnie Parr 
Jean Steuhringer 



Compliments of 

BETTY HANSON REALTY 

819 East 185th Street 



LEO'S BARBER SHOP 

is now open 

22645 Euclid Avenue at Ambassador Lanes 

EXPERT BARBERS 

Children are our Specialty 
open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Plenty of free parking 



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Compliments of 

THE EUCLID CRANE 
& HOIST CO. 

1365 Chardon Rd. 
Euclid 17, Ohio 



J. J. TURNER, INC. 

19451 Roseland Avenue 
Euclid 17, Ohio 

Contractor's Equipment 

Established 1926 



CONGRATULATIONS FROM 

HOME ROOM 103 

Elaine Abrams Bob Bailey Linda Berger 

Leah Abrams Larry Banning Geraldine Berthold 

Gene Allar Janet Barnes Doris Beyer 

Doris Alsopp Judy Barnes Barbara Cali 

Shirley Altknecht Duane Bates Glenn Esch 

Tyko Amundson Bob Batewell Jim Friedman 

Isabelle Anderson Judy Battung Joe Kogoy 

Anthony Andraitis Marjorie Bauer Jayne Kulka 

Richard Andrews Richard Bavetz Ken Majcen 

Richard Ankuda Ronald Beall Patricia Milner 

Gail Anson Herb Bechemer Joe Poch 

Bill Aspinwall Noreda Beeke Bob Queen 

Geraldine Bagocius Barbara Bencin 



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CHANDLER PRECISION CAPSCREWS 

produced to your exact 

specifications from high 

carbon, alloy and 

stainless steels. 

CHANDLER PRODUCTS CORP. 

1491 Chardon Road 
Cleveland 1 7, Ohio 



SENIOR HOMEROOM 114 



Mr. Stanley Whiteside 



^rry Eidenier 
Ron Fasimpaur 
Joyce J a re 
Sue Jerabeck 
Doug Johnson 
Norm Johnson 
Bob Kaib 
Norm Kalberer 
Donna Kamm 
Barb Katosic 
Beth Kellogg 
Lee Kelly 
Chuck Klima 
Jeannette Klopovic 
Bob Knuth 



Jim Knuth 
Ron Kolman 
Barb Korencic 
Sally Korencic 
Roger Kornblum 
Elaine Kovach 
Janice Kozak 
Joyce Kraft 
Ellen Krebs 
Carolyn Krecic 
Carol Kubilus 
Roger Kuznik 
Bev Mills 
Art Spring 
Barb Stinson 



Jill Whisler 



RISHER 
AND COMPANY 

25030 Lakeland Blvd. 

General Machine Work 



EUCLID BOARD OF EDUCATION 

W. G. Fordyce - Supt. 

S. A. Fox - Clerk Treasurer 

F. B. Mills - Business Manager 



GOOD LUCK 

To underclassmen 
from HOMEROOM 112 



All Garments 3 Stores 

To Serve You Better 



Austin Cleaners 

Mothproofed 

• 21131 Euclid Avenue 

Free of Charge . 26596 Lake Shore Blvd 

• 36201 Vine Street 

Phone IV. 1-2589 

Jerry Horna 
Dave Stern 



Congratulations and Sincere Good Wishes 




"Everything for the Home" 

720 E. 152nd St. UL. 1-2525 

• FURNITURE 

• CARPETING 

• APPLIANCES 

Consult Perme's for decorating and furnishing problems 



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COMPLIMENTS 

of 

SENIOR H. R. 205 

Mrs. Patry 



Congratulations 
THOMPSON'S GULF SERVICE 

22199 St. Clair Ave,, N. E. 
Euclid 23, Ohio IV. 1-9594 



REdwood 2-7171 

Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co. 

"Euclid's Original" 



Stephen Opalich 



25861 Tungsten Road 



Euclid 23, Ohio 



ASSOCIATED SPRING CORP. 

Cleveland Sales Office 
22700 Shore Center Ave. 

Springs - Wire Forms - 

Metal Stampings 



THE VILLAGE RESTAURANT 



Corner Dille Road 
and Euclid Avenue 

IVanhoe 6-1210 



PERFECT SHEET METAL & FURNACE CO. 

We Install 

Gas, Oil Furnaces and Cooling Systems 

Repairs on all makes furnaces, gutters, etc. 

Frank Bricelj 671 East 200th Street 

Manager Euclid 19, Ohio 





Congratulations & Best Wishes 


Compliments of 


from 


LAKE SHORE 


LEWIS WELDING & ENGINEERING 


MACHINE CO. 


CORP. 


1340 E. 222nd St. 


23000 St. Clair Avenue 




Euclid, Ohio 



Compliments of 



Zatko Metal Products 



20850 St. Clair Avenue 





RENT OUR FORK LIFT TRUCKS 




SAVE on your 


Compliments of 


Material Handling COSTS 


NOTTINGHAM DRY CLEANERS 


By day, week or month — new and 




used trucks — long term [ease — 


18127 St. Clair Avenue 


Specialized monthly repair service 




— complete reconditioning and 




rebuilt parts exchange 




Victor Electri-car 




For Plant Transportation 




REdwood 2-8282 


Compliments of 


We buy, sell, rent all types of 




Lift trucks — pick-up and Delivery 


HOMEROOM 108 


BERR LIFT TRUCK 




SERVICE CO. 




1 320 East 260th Street 



The Kiwanis Club of Euclid 

Extends Its 

CONGRATULATIONS 

To Graduating Members 

of the 

KEY CLUB 

And to Other Members of the 

Class of 1957 




Rick's Men's Shop 

Euclid's Headquarters for Young Men's Styles 

22572 Lake Shore Boulevard 

(Between Lake & Shore Theatres) 

RE. 2-7875 



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KENNY KING'S DINER 

20371 Euclid Avenue 

"Famous for Big King Steakburger" 

Curb, Counter, and Dining Room — Open 24 Hours 

Air Conditioned — Take Out Service 

Call IVanhoe 6-1414 



CONGRATULATIONS 



To the Graduates of 1957 



Jackshaw Chevrolet Company 



243 East 185th Street 



Your City Officials 

Offer Their Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To the Graduating Class of 1957 



Kenneth J. Sims Mayor 

Paul H. Torbet Law Director 

William A. Abbott Director of Finance 

Michael A. Spino Administrative Director 

William F. Burns Judge of Municipal Court 

Harry J. Knuth President of Council 

Ralph V. Hill Councilman, 1st Ward 

Anthony J. Lang Councilman, 2nd Ward 

Max Gerl Councilman, 3rd Ward 

Helge V. Erickson Councilman, 4th Ward 

Hugo H. Lux Council-At-Large 

Frank A. Welling Council-At-Large 

Charles W. Wade Council-At-Large 

Anthony Sustarsic Council-At-Large 

Ernest C. Peters Chief of Police 

Robert Gill Chief of Fire Department 

J. Vincent O'Connor Clerk of Council 

LeRoy Williams City Engineer 

Clyde Woodmansee Building Commissioner 

Robert B. Henn Park Superintendent 

Walter Nason '. . . Service Director 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 
To The Class of 1957 



General Electric Company 

Lamp Wire & Phosphors Department 

1331 Chardon Road 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

As well as advice and counseling to graduates, 
your local General Electric plant offers many 
opportunities in the varied fields of business, 
engineering, chemistry, finance, and personnel. 

Progress is our most important product 

General Electric 



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COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 




For a Guaranteed 

Fit Every Time 

See 

GORNIK'S 

Store for Men 
and dress suit rental 

22346 Lake Shore Blvd. 

"Euclid's First and Finest 
Men's Store" 

We carry our own complete stock 

• White Dinner Jackets 

# Tuxedos • Pastel Dinner Jacke 

• Full Dress • Morning Forme 
• Complete Formal Accessories 

RE. 1-2151 




Our Plant in Euclid 503 E. 200th Street 



Garco Machinery, Inc. 

21000 St. Clair Avenue 
Cleveland 17, Ohio 

Tools For Industry- 
Machine Tool Distributor 
Phone: KEnmore 1-9120 



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 



251 




of Good Citi 



community newspapers. 



Who's Running This Country? 



"The president?" said Susie. 

"No," said Uncle Sam. 

''The Government?" said Richard. 

"No," said Uncle Sam. "The people 
run this country. 

"In ancient days Kings used to rule 
the people. Today, in some nations, 
government dictates to the people. 
But here in the U.S.A., the people are 
the boss. The U.S. Constitution starts 



with the words, 'We the people of the 
United States'. 

"The people elect the men who 
make our laws and the men who ad- 
minister our laws. The people elect, or 
their elected representatives appoint, 
the men who interpret our laws. That's 
how the people run the country. 

"Now, hoys and girl 
of the people. So when you grow up, 
you re going to have to help run the 
United States of America!" 




Published in the Interest of Good Citizenship by THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION * WICKLIFFE, OHIO 

Best Wishes 

CLEVELAND 
HOBBING MACHINE CO. 

1311 Chardon Road 



Cleveland 17, Ohio 



JACKSHAW 
CHEVROLET 

New Car Sales 
New Truck Sales 
Used Car Sales 
Used Truck Sales 
Service & Parts 



IV. 1-9090 
543 E. 185 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 




BEST OF LUCK 
SENIORS 


Compliments of 
HYPAR 


ROOM 105 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


BARKER & STAMPFEL 


SENIOR HOMEROOM 313 


E. A. BARAGA REALTY CO. 

985 E. 185th St. 



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"SERVICE TO YOUTH" 

Euclid Branch 

Young Men's Christian Association 




'SERVICE THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH" 

Euclid Hi-Y Clubs 

Hi-Y Council 

Pat Smith, Chairman 

William Zahler, Vice Chairman 



COUNTS HI-Y 

Ed Dvorak, President 

Mr. Eric Boyer, Advisor 

LORD'S HI-Y 

William Zahler, President 

Mr. Wally Beerman, Advisor 

REGENTS HI-Y 

Pat Smith, President 

Mr. Walter Schwegler, Advisor 



KNIGHTS HI-Y 

Ken Gibb, President 

Mr. William Frye, Advisor 

NOBLES HI-Y 

Don Howard, President 

Mr. Clyde Cates, Advisor 

Mr. Paul Dunham, Advisor 

SQUIRES HI-Y 
Mr. Larry Oberdank, Advisor 



JOIN TODAY FOR FUN, FELLOWSHIP, AND HEALTHFUL RECREATION 

Mr. Robert Carlson, Exec; Mr. Carlton Chopp, Youth Dir.; Mr. Darold Burgin, 

Phys Ed. Director 



A Grand 
Place for 
a Date with 
a Date! 

SOME TIME WHEN you're 
lined up with your date for 
dinner and a show, downtown, 
start an hour earlier and stop 
first at the THOMPSON AUTO 
ALBUM AND AVIATION 
MUSEUM, Chester Avenue and 
East 30th Street. 

This is one place where you 
won't have to "make" conver- 
sation — it just comes naturally! 

Time turns back half a century 
when you're with more than a 
hundred venerable ancestors of 
today's sleek hardtops and 
sportsters — all of them per- 
fectly restored, shiny with brass, 
and mighty handsome in a 
grandfatherly sort of way. (In 
their heyday they boasted of 
a lot of "pick-up.") 

Ancient flying machines which blazed 
the way for modern jets are proud company 
for the four-wheel veterans. And adjoining 
the museum proper is the life-size reincar- 
nation of a typical Gay Nineties "Main 
Street," populated by wax figures, all busy 
with their stores and chores. The es- 
tablishments of "THOMPSONVILLE — 
1898" are loaded with authentic furnish- 
ings, fixtures and mementos gathered from 
all parts of the nation. 



Many folks organize parties to visit the 
Museum before dinner and show-time, as 
a warm-up for the evening. The party idea 
is good, too! 

The Museum is open Weekdays from 
1:00 to 5:00 and on Sundays 11:00 to 
5:00. Admission free — closed only on 
legal holidays. 

Our gracious curator, Ruth Franklin, 
will be happy to see you anytime. Make it 
a date with a date, or a party — "SPEND 
AN HOUR IN YESTERDAY." 



Thompson Products, /nc. 

Mfrs. of Automotive, Aircraft, Electronic and Industrial Products 
General Offices, Cleveland 17, Ohio— Plants in 18 Cities 



255 







L. V. PROHASKA 

Eye Doctors Prescriptions Filled 

Complete Line of Latest Eyewear Fashions 

Repair Service While You Wait 

Broken Lenses Duplicated 

22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-5779 



Other Locations: 

9915 Euclid Ave. 3550 Warrensville Center Road 

CE. 1-4961 SK 1-0112 



Free Parking - All Locations 



256 



COMPLIMENTS OF MRS McMAHON'S 

JUNIOR HOME ROOM 214 



Linda Zupanic 
Steve Walk 
Marlene Wise 
Jack Zagore 
Delores Zackel 
Jerry Zingale 
Iren Zigler 
Jim Rogers 
Jo Ann Woekner 
Dave Woomer 



Nancy Wood 
Nick Wilbershied 
Joanne Znidarsic 
Judy Waschura 
Jeff Herbst 
Doris Westerbrook 
Floyd Wickizer 
Margaret Yates 
Bob Wanderslaben 
Jim Vigh 



Lois Gainer 
Darlene Witzke 
Dennis Zak 
Lucille Zibert 
Karen Zinner 
Dick Fuller 
Ray Vidulich 
Irene Wolff 
Ruth Yane 
Bill Wallace 



Andrea Zayatz 
Jim Yancher 
Carol We I check 
Jackie Weber 
Ken Wahlen 
Stan Zupancic 
Dan Williams 
Allan Zimmermar 




Left to right - Spon 



TRAVEL CLUB 

Phypers; Treasurer, Marge S 



iident, Robert Miller; Secretary, Judy 



Not Pictured- Tom Tench, Thomas Doty, Constc 



]ren Krecic, Barbara Ev 
James Waterwash; Vice 
ces Fivecost. 



HOME ROOM 213 



Kathy Pierret 
Mancy Petrich 
Jerry Rose 
Marilyn Palumbo 
John Ridinger 
Carol Pearlman 
Barbara Papp 
Paul Richards 



Bev Perusek 
Dennis Rash 
Bob Randall 
Frances Wolf 
Jim Primeau 
Marlene Oblak 
Dick Price 
Barbara Novak 



Tom Potts 
Bea Pickett 
Spence Porter 
June Phelps 
Leonard Pokrant 
Dorothy Opalich 
Mike Pertick 
Dee Nosan 



Tony Focarett 
Arlyne McCormack 
George Perkins 
Carol Krauss 
Jack Boggs 
Sally Anderson 



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Ernestine Bartko 
Shirley Corron 
Corole D'Amico 
Patricio Donley 
Nancy Eckermon 
Carol Eiskonen 
Virginia McDowell 



Compliments of 
HOMEROOM 305 



Darlene Povse 
Guy Donahue 
Tom Doty 
Henry Douglas 
Robert Dowing 
Jim Drabnick 
Jules Duval 



Gerald Eisen 
Fred Elicker 
Richard Elrick 
John Emerich 
Lynn Empter 
Bruce Erickson 
Jim Halloran 
Wayne Milligar 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
ECK'S HOME ROOM 220 



John May 
Jim Miller 
Gordon McCracken 
Judy Magalenga 
Ann McMillion 
Alvin Meyers 
Rich Ward 
Dave McCarthy 
Pat Massey 
Robert Miller 
Mark Marion 



Gee Gee Mirenda 
Nancy Mangus 
Chris Mandel 
Ron Patterson 
Lou McGowan 
Tom Murphy 
Dotty Marcus 
Dick Weiss 
Kathy McDermotr 
Bob Martin 
Ginny Hebron 
Mel Miller 



Compliments of 




A FRIEND 






Compliments of 




SENIOR HOMEROOM 212-B 


Best Wishes From 




JUNIOR HOMEROOM 315 





SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Albertone, Dominic 
Allison, Georgene 
Ambros, Robert 
Anderson, Alvin 
Anderson, Sally . . 
Anson, Barbara 
Anspaugh, Steve 
Apolski, Loretta 
Appleby, Joan 
Ayala, Ricr-s d . 
Ayala, Rosita . 
Baginski, Helga 
Baker, JoAnn 
Balice, Toni 

Barden, Ann 

Barrows, Lata 23935 Clark Dri 

Bartko, Ernestine -151 East 219 Street 

Battung, Jeanne 271 East 242 Street 

Baumert, Diane 21550 Nickolas Avenue 

Benic, Dnoald 1823 Skyline Drive . .. 

Beran, Pat 21901 Maydale Avenue 

Berardinelli, Irene 19371 Lockerie Road 

Berezonsky, Carol 20251 Miller Avenue 

Berlo, Rochelle 72371 Lakemont Avenue 

Beyer, Doug 27001 Oriole Avenue 

Bill, Gary . . 294 East 208 Street 

Bindokos, Carol .18830 Meredith Avenue 

Birkic, David 24400 Effingham Blvd. 

~ ;ibee, Marilyn .21770 Fulle 



20000 Green Oak Dri\ 
809 East 200 Street 
21071 Priday Avenue 
.120 East 216 Street 
248 East 208 Street 
18970 Genessi Road 
25551 Chatworth 
1781 East 230 Street 
25450 Marsdon Road 
230 East 242 Street 
230 East 242 Street 
655 Sycamore Drive 
84 East 217 Street 
263 East 250 Street 
27271 



Boggs, 
Bost, Ann 
Bowers, Beth 
Bratush, Charlene 
Braunlich, Dave 
Brewster, Gail 
Brigger, Diane 
Brinovec, Marlene 
Broos, Nancy 
Browning, Ned 
Bulicek, Pat 
Burger, Vernon 
Burmeister, Dale 
Burnett, Monroe 
Burr, Barbara 
Camm, Nancy 
Carpenter, Carol 
Carr, Charlene 
Carr, Sharon 
Cefaratti, Vince 
Chapman, Bob 
Chauby, Clarissa 
Clarke, JoAnn 
Clayton, Joyce 
Clayton, Robert 
Clements, Mary 
Cohen, Serene 
College, June 
Coltrin, Robert 
Conrad, Cheri 
Conroy, John 
Contenza, Harvey 
Corron. Shirley 
Corsaro, Barbara 
Courtot, Eileen 



545 East 240 Street 
23741 Colbourne Avenue 
26860 Shoreview 
1984 Idlehurst Drive 
24371 Effingham Drive 
2230 Glenridge Road 
22550 Tracy Avenue 
18870 Naumann Avenue 
385 East 211 Street 
95 East 194 Street 
304 East 264 Street 
23701 L. S. Blvd. 
24210 Clark Drive 
1861 Grand Blvd. 
22000 Tracy Avenue 
1472 E. 248 Street 
526 East 248 Street 
10 East 219 Street 
22751 Hodden Road 
20900 Fuller Avenue 
2051 East 226 Street 
22571 Coulter Avenue 
231 East 214 Street 
23032 Chardon Road 
251000 Chardon Road 
24375 Garden Road 
741 East 266 Street 
25140 Treadwell Avenue 
21970 Euclid Avenue 
27220 Parkwood 
20770 Nicholas Avenue 
325 East 195 Street 
25561 Tungsten ... 

1919 Pacini 

21141 Miller Avenue 



Covill, Joyce 501 East 223 Street 

Coy, Da 



Crane, Bruce 
D'Amico, Carole 
Danley, Pat 
DeLaur, Doug 
Denihan, Robert 
Domitor, Lynda 
Donahue, Guy 
Doty, Tom 
Douglas, Henry 
Downing, Robert 
Drescher, Mary 



Drobn 



Duval, Jules 
Eckerman, Ni 
Eddy, Tromas 
Eidenier, Hai 
Eisen, Geralc 
Eiskonen, Cc 
icker, Fred 



ry 



Elr 



Richard 



John 
Emter, Lynn 
Erickson, Bruce 
Erzen, Marilyn 
Fasimpaur, Ronald 
Federico, Frank 
Fenster, Eric 
Finke, Bruce . . 
Firoetti, Delores 
Fleck, Walter 



23255 Chadsey Drive 
1466 East 256 Street 
.737 East 200 Street 
28130 L. S. Blvd. 
756 East 203 Street 
340 East 255 Street 
282 East 272 Street 
190 East 252 Street 
254 East 266 Street 
24870 Shoreview Drive 
540 East 260 Street 
23001 Ivan Avenue 
498 East 233 Street 
1840 Glenridge Road 
25151 Treadwell Avenue 
22370 Lakemont Avenue 
21691 Kennison Avenue 

19801 Ormiston 

494 East 233 Street 
705 East 254 Street 
25445 Chartworth 
160 East 196 Street 
22400 Chardon Road 
26301 Farrington . . 
2180 Crescent Drive 

25500 Glenbrook 

27150 Zeman Avenue 
25170 Glenbrook . . . 
370 East 222 Street 
140 East 219 Street 



Flocke, Ann 1985 East 228 Street 

Focarett, Tony 770 Babbitt Road 

Foster, Bob 110 East 255 Street 

Foster, Sue 435 East 244 Street 

Fox, Wayne 906 East 232 Street 

Frankovich, Paul 555 East 240 Street . 

French, Judy 51 East 192 Street . . . 

Friedel, Carolyn 1852 East 223 Street 

Fuller, Eugene 20406 Cherokee 

Gadke, Richard 105 East 226 Street 

Gallagher, Bill 1510 East 196 Street 

Gallop, Laurie 317 East 246 Street 

Gargetic, Mike 21930 Wilmore Avenue 

Gauch, Carole 1970 East 226 Street . 

Gausby, Carole 50 East 255 Street . . 



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Gerland, Bob 
Gierky, Jerry 
Gleason, Jack , 
Gnidovec, Tim 
Goebelbecker, Jin 
Goble, Tom 
Gordon, Gail 
Gore, George 
Gortz, Jim 
Gotthalf, Don 
Govitz, Elaine 
Graham, Sue 
Gregorc, Tony 
Gregory, Barbara 
Hadden, Ray 
Hadden, Roy 
Haddock, Larry 
Halderman, Natalie 
Hale, Alan 
Hale, Robert 
Hall, Donna 
Hallock, Johanna 
Halloran, Tom 
Hamilton, Diane 
Hamilton, Lynne 
Hanslik, Barbara 
Harris, Carol 
Harris, Roberta 
Hebron, Virginia 
Henry, Judy 
Highland, Lenore 
Hill, Marcia , 
Hillier, Dave 

Hodges, Jere 

Hoffert, Jim 

Hoffert, Nancy 
Holland, Bob 
Holtz, Pat 

Horton, Frank . . . 
Hovansek, Lou 
Howard, Don 
Hoycar, Nancy 
Hummon, Mary Ann 
Hunt, Georgia 
Huusare, Arlene 
losue, Tom 
Jacksa, Marge 
James, Carolyn 
James, Warren 
Jarc, Joyce 
Jaworski, Tom 
Jelinec, Bill 
Jerabec, Sue 
Jeric, Charles 
Johnson, Doug 
Johnson, Norman 
Kaib, Bob 
Kalberer, Norm 
Kamm, Donna 
Katosic, Barbara 
Kauffman, Garnette 
Kellogg, Beth 
Kelly, Lee 
Kernan. Diane 
Kessler, Patricio 
Klima, Chuck ... 
Klopovic, Jeannette 
Knowles, Sharon 
Knuth, Jim 
Knuth, Bob 
Koester, Ted 
Kokos, Dennis 



Kolr 



old 



Koprivec, Al 
Korencic, Barbara 
Korencic, Sally 
Kornblum, Roger 
Kostiha, Edward 
Kovich, Elaine 
Kovach, Janice 
Kozlowski, Bruce 
Kraft, Joyce , . 
Kramer, Ted 
Krauss, Carol 
Krauss, Ronald 
Krebs, Ellen 
Krecic, Carolyn 
Krejci, Lane . . 
Krivec, Ronald 
Krotine, Ken . . . 
Krzewinski, Lee 
Kubilus, Carol 
Knhar, Joanne 
Kuhar, Ray 
Kuznik, Roger 
LaBant, Nelson 
LaBarbera, Tom 
Lace, Barbara 
Lampe, Linda 
Lanese, Salvatore 
Lapinskas, Ton 
Larich, David 
Larkin, Karen 
Larsen, Russel 
Laurenson, Jim 
Laurich, Marilyn 
Launch, Patricia 
Lazor, Barbara 
Lazor, Beverly 
Leeper, Maxine 
Leininger, Sue 
Levkovitz, Lenore 



22051 Priday 
2050 East 228 Street 
24065 Clark Drive 
436 East 266 Street 
23595 Chadsey Drive 
280 East 195 Street 
165 East 207 Street 
1050 Roosevelt Road, N. L 
25250 Treadwell 
20400 Tracy Avenue 
890 East 239 Street 
1780 East 236 Street 
19670 Ormiston Avenue 
171 East 209 Street 
25290 Shoreview 
25290 Shoreview 
919 East 232 Street 
1960 Seneca Drive 
1911 Beverly Hills Drive 
252 East 248 Street . 
27530 Fullerwood Drive 
21630 Maydale Avenue 
21200 S. L. S. Blvd. 
310 East 255 Street 
24371 Gorden Drive 
6420 Richmond Road 
1531 East 254 Street 
1505 East 221 Street 

25233 Chardon 

366 East 222 Street 
20640 Chickasaw 

19855 Edgecliff 

578 East 250 Street . . 
25290 Shoreview 
18630 Naumann Avenue 
21700 Ivan Avenue 
851 East 232 Street 
23841 Colbourne 
227 East 242 Street 
6604 Richmond Road 
696 Willow Drive 
978 East 239 Street 
22730 Arms Avenue 
615 East 222 Street 

21601 Edgecliff 

25370 Briardale 

21550 Ivan Avenue 
100 East 217 Street 
866 East 239 Street 
21041 Gollar Avenue 
94 East 214 Street 
308 Halle Avenue 

25394 Chardon 

287 East 257 Street 

120 Eastbrook 

316 East 200 Street 
19360 Tyronne 
20820 Naumann Avenue 
25859 Highland 

19900 Newton 

393 Halle Drive 

532 East 247 Street 
25100 Chatworth 

20715 Priday 

21000 Wilmore 
149 East 225 Street 
21171 Gollar Avenue 
751 East 254 Street 
1941 Beverly Hills 
1941 Beverly Hills 
885 East 223 Street 

20570 Tracy 

18901 Pasnow 

21050 S. Lake Shore 

20681 Miller 

21830 Tracy 

18827 Monterey 

21250 S. Lake Shore 
260 East 204 Street 
20971 Tracy Avenue . . . 
3287 Richmond Road 

26331 Shirley 

174 East 200 Street 

26981 Shirley 

23970 Clark Drive 
480 East 243 Street 
120 East 209 Street 
145 East 196 Street 
800 East 323 Street 
395 East 214 Street 
745 Hemlock Avenue 

1834 Glenridge 

703 East 200 Street 
20421 Arbor Avenue 

20750 Wilmore . . . 
446 East 275 Street 
1484 Chardon Road 
1534 East 196 Street 
799 East 200 Street 
20880 Goller Avenui 
694 East 266 Street 
453 East 243 Street 
767 East 205 Street 



351 East 215 Street 
24150 Euclid Avenue 

.357 East 248 Street 
357 East 248 Street 
45 East 220 Street 
80 East 255 Street 

.27350 Euclid Avenue 



IV. 


1-2450 


KE. 


1-2285 


RE. 


2-8326 


KE. 


1-2237 


KE. 


1-3075 


. . IV. 


1-1038 


; KE. 


1-1476 


RE. 


1-5285 


RE. 


2-8038 


IV. 


1-6134 


RE. 


2-9415 


e IV. 


6-1066 


RE. 


1-8418 


RE. 


1-8418 


. RE. 


1-0570 


RE. 


1-0571 


; RE. 


1-7717 



Leybeck, Barbara 
Lloyd, Barbara 
Lockwood, Daye 
Lucci, Roger . 
Lustrik, Barbara 
Lynch, Richard 
Magalenga, Judy 
Maher, Roberta 
Mahoney, _ Patricia 
Mandel, 



1712 East 238 Street 
21351 Edgecliffe . 
20632 Cherokee 
20470 Ball Avenue 
3139 Richmond Road 



IV, 



Nancy 
Dorothy 
Mark 
Walter 



Mangu 

Marcus, 

Marion, 

Marshall, 

Martin, Robert 

Mason, Robert .... 

Massey, Pat 

May, John 

McCall, Marge . . 

McCarthy, Dave 

McCormach, Arlyene 

McCracken, Gordon 

McDermott, Kathleen 

McDonald, Jeanette 

McGowan, Lou 

McHenry, 

McMillion 

Meyers 

Miklav 

Miller, 

Miller, 

Mill 



Al 



Barbar. 



z, Rose Anr 
James . 
Melvin 
Robert 
Milligan, Wayne 
Mills, Beverly . . . 
Mirenda, Virginia 
Mock, Sandy 
Modic, Ken 
Mohler, Barbara 
Moser, Kay 
Moses, Russ 
Muraca, Margaret 
Murphy, Tom 
Myers, Launce 
Mylar, Elaine . . . 
Nagy, Louis 
Naroski, Joe 
Neale, Nancy 
Neat, Connie 
Neustedt, Jeanette 
Newcome, Ray 
Neylon, Lynn 
NJpple, Pat 
Nixon, Bev 
Nobbe, Judy 
Nosan, Delores 
Nosse, Larry 
Novak, Frank . 
Novak, Barbara 
Novotny, Dick 
Oblak, Marlene 
O'Brien, Terry 
O'Brien, Bill 
Opalich, Dorothy 
Opdahl, Tim 
Palm, Fred 
Palumbo, Marilyn 
Papp, Barbara 
Pappas, Faye . . . 
Parr, Bonny 
Pasquale, Dan 
Patterson, Ronald 
Pearlman, Carol 



nner 



Perkins, George 
Pertick, Mike . 
Perusek, Beverly 
Petelinker, Richard 
Peters, Fred 
Petrich, Nancy 
Phelps, June 
Pickett, Beatrice 
Pierrett, Kathie 
Pokrant, Leonard 
Porter, Spencer 
Potichny, Elaini 
Potts, Tom 
Pouse, Darlene 
Powell, Ronald 
Price, Richard 
Priest, Maxine 
Primeau, Jim 
Rafter, Carol 
Randall, Bob 

i, Marje 
Dennis 
Joanne 
Carole 



Rash, 

Rayer 

Reber 

Redfe 

Ress, 

Richards 

Ridinger, 

Riehl, L 

Ritchie, 

Rochkar, 

Rogers, 



Jac 
Linda 



435 East 271 Street RE. 

1515 East 195 Street IV. 

101 East 21 I Street RE. 

1920 Seneco Drive IV. 

574 East 241 Street RE. 

19000 Lockerie KE. 

175 East 213 Street RE. 

23685 Chadsey RE. 

21 East 220 Street RE. 

21421 Ball Avenue RE. 

6263 Trebisky KE. 

614 Pandora Place, Anaheim, Cal 

406 East 222 Street KE. 

24401 Devoe RE. 

180 Lloyd Road RE. 

24565 Hackett RE. 

22800 Tracy RE. 

24085 Clark Drive RE. 

136 East 208 Street KE. 

20481 Euclid Avenue IV. 

20240 Linde Drive IV. 

21480 Westport RE. 

20970 Nicholas RE. 

331 East 257 Street RE. 

21616 Lake Shore Blvd. . RE. 

20230 Lake Shore Blvd. KE. 
267 East 195 Street IV. 
818 East 223 Street .RE. 
316 East 255 Street RE. 
19530 Monterey 

21301 Fuller Avenue Rt. 

•1562 East 219 Street IV. 

24675 Narshan RE. 

26270 Briardale 
23305 Chadsey . 

560 East 235 Street 
27030 Shirley 

' '20503 Cherokee 

21601 Ivan Avenue 
' 44 East 212 Street 

20001 Champ Drive 

26621 Chardon Road Kt. 

924 East 232 Street RE. 

5 East 1 94 Street KE. 

25601 Lake Shore Blvd. RE. 

561 East 222 Street AN. 

895 East 223 Street RE. 

2188 Glenridge Road . . V. 

20301 Ball ■ V. 

' '94 East 196 Street IV. 

25451 Drakefield 

90 East 267 Street RE. 

2050 East 224 Street KE. 

19170 Genesee ■ • KE. 

19170 Genesee Kt. 

25608 Chardon AN. 

526 East 250 Street RE. 

34 East 207 Street IV. 

748 East 203 Street Kt. 

850 East 250 Street . RE. 

120 East 196 Street IV. 

26930 Shirley Avenue . . ■ RE- 

800 East 258 Street . . . RE. 

756 East 249 Street RE. 

95 East 211 Street RE. 

765 East 205 Street KE. 

22651 Coulter KE. 

720 Hemlock ■><*■■ 

1844 Beverly Hills IV. 

27182 Oriole K|- 

22000 Priday «• 

20556 Morris Iv - 

2133 Waynake ■ ■ — 

953 East 209 Street KE. 

24241 Effingham KE ' 

23509 Lakeland £t. 

1 574 East 254 Street Rf ■ 

468 East 272 Street .RE. 

1070 East 260 Street Kt. 

550 Sycamore Drive RE. 

779 East 203 Street . . KE. 

2600 Hilltop Drive V. 

20591 Wilmore IV. 

21611 Roberts RE- 

840 East 260 Street RE. 

296 East 250 Street RE. 

20231 S. Lake Shore KE. 

818 East 205 Street KE. 

23469 Chadsey RE- 

544 East 237 Street RE. 

20270 Morris KE. 

25060 Lake Shore RE. 

576 Hemlock RE. 

90 East 217 Street RE. 

721 East 250 Street RE. 

21 East 225 Street RE. 

1450 East 252 Street RE. 

21790 Kennison RE. 

20106 Cherokee IV. 

20522 Chickasaw RE. 



-2479 
-5205 
-4461 
-1475 
-7409 

-0492 
-3827 
-6839 
-3143 
-3707 
-2160 

-3860 
-1693 
2-8638 
-6211 
-5964 

-7337 
-6183 
-8384 
-1072 
-936S 
-9306 
-4382 
-1783 
-2024 
-7672 
-3468 
-1927 
-5749 
-2482 
-8196 
-6736 
-0171 

-0621 
-5420 
-1051 
-8077 
-2102 
-7685 
-8895 
-4645 
-7819 
-5846 
-3501 
-7641 
-6684 
-0587 
-8981 
-0322 
-6736 
-6190 
-8898 
-7567 

-3143 
-1116 
-7956 
-7956 
-0722 
-1396 
-0297 
-1 169 
-2586 
-9993 
-8041 
-3811 
-0543 
-6413 
-7589 
-9171 
-5272 
-3654 
-2927 
-9058 
-6882 



-3615 
-3691 
-1676 
-0613 
-4714 
-0335 
-8945 
-9059 
-8433 
-6674 
-2730 
-2389 
-8683 
-6773 
-5080 
-2833 
-0646 
-1866 
-2550 
-6197 
-2472 
-0436 
-2691 
-6383 
-3702 
-7738 



Rose, Guila . 1791 Sagamore KE. 

Rose, Jerry 22645 Chardon Road IV. 

Roskoph, Barbara .21971 Crystal RE 

Roth, Betty 11871 Naumann KE. 

Row, Gary 20550 Priday IV. 

Runo, Jackie 374 East 250 Street RE. 

Ryder, Willa 564 East 238 Street RE. 

Salajcik, Helena 23835 Chadsey Drive RE. 

Samidi, Patricia 25150 Richards RE. 

Samsa, Marilyn 21701 Fuller Avenue RE. 

Sanda, JoAnne 960 East 225 Street RE. 

Sanders, Donna 834 East 239 Street RE. 

Santee, Sandra 20521 Edgecliff KE. 

Sayat, Mark 2560 Glenridge Road IV. 

Scheel, Ken 2076 Miami IV. 

Schonhuitt, Evelyn 19827 Lake Shore KE. 

Schriener, Betty 26900 Oriole RE. 

Schrock, Linda 105 East 207 Street IV. 

Schwarts, Gail 20677 Chickasaw RE. 

Scott, William 520 East 240 Street RE. 

Seaman, Dale 36 1 East 270 Street RE. 

Seaman, Donna 6702 Richmond EV. 

Shuber, Louis 320 East 264 Street . . . RE. 

Shuster, Pat 24400 Glenbrook KE. 

Sieber, Shirley 19801 Edgecliff KE. 

Skerley Vivian )8 11 Karen Drive KE. 

Slapnicker, Anthony 

Smeby, John 1 691 Sayamore IV. 

Smith, Beverly 1774 East 2 36 Street IV. 

Smith, Dennis ,35 East 2 80 Street RE. 

Smith Pat 21700 Wilmore RE. 

Soderberg, Loretta 22551 Seabrooke ...RE. 

20170 Priday .. "IV. 



Soeder, 


Dorothy 


Solon, 


Martha . 


Somrac 


<, Terry 


Spring, 


Art 


Stadler 


Pat 


Stankie 


wicz, Loretta 


Steelmc 


n, Earl 


Stegh, 


Ken 


Stegura 


, Robert 


Stelluti 


Dee 


Stenger 


Charles 


Stenger 


Larry 


Stermo 


e, Elaine 


Stevens 


, Jim 



144 East 217 Street 

1783 East 222 Street RE. 

22660 Coulter IV. 

20506 Chickasaw IV. 

23297 Williams RE. 

20370 Nicholas KE. 

552 East 234 Street RE. 

2021 1 Cherokee IV. 

20701 Naumann IV. 

819 East 216 Street IV. 

21751 Ivan RE. 

5875 Dumbarton IV. 

1 75 East 207 Street KE. 



r B „ B h < irt ara 804 East 254 Street 

Stone, Roberta , 830 East 227 5treet 



Stroh 

Stuehringer, Jean 
Sullivan, Roger 
Swaney, Judy 
Tabor, JoAnn 



Dori; 



Rena 



Tahon 
Tapass 
Taylor, 
Tegel, 
Templii 
Tench, 
Thomas, Jim 
Thomas, Jon 
Thomas, Marl 
Timco, Ron 
Toth, Henry 
Town, Judy 
Tozzi, John 
Ulman, Joa 



20750 Lake Shore Blvd IV. 

23737 Chadsey RE. 

1 34 East 203 Street KE. 

27520 Lake Shore Blvd RE. 

21800 Fuller RE. 

20291 Priday KE. 

23661 Greenwood KE. 

915 East 237 Street RE. 

644 East 245 Street RE. 

T ™ nu 375 East 200 Street 



274 East 210 Street KE. 

21071 Lake Shore Blvd. . . . RE. 

27051 Lake Shore Blvd RE. 

21630 Roberts RE. 

19761 Pasnow Avenue KE. 

141 Luikart Drive RE. 

1461 East 195 Street IV. 

71 East 209 Street 



lene 



Urgeleit, ten \ \ . \\ §"§"**» .. S _! reet 

Vaccarieilo, Nick 26 i52 P° rkla 

Vadikin, 

Vah, Die 

Valduga, 

Volenti, Al 

Wakelee, Judy 

Waldman, Gail 

Wall, Ray . . 

Walters, Williai 

Walton, 



. . .KE. 
RE. 

26200 Shoreview RE. 

1706 East 230 Street KE. 

25271 Chardon IV. 

20420 Shawnee IV. 

23861 Alberton RE. 

23435 Chardon RE. 

71 East 197 Street KE. 

26340 Parklawn RE. 

28271 Lake Shore Blvd RE. 

Ward 'Dick 20415 Shawnee IV. 

Waterwash Jim "'..".'.'.'. '7° East 208 Street KE. 

Watkins jerry 1525 East 256 Street RE. 

Wawrzyniak Jim 881 East 250 Street RE. 

Weiss, Dick ' " 538 East 248 Street RE. 

Werley, Dick 20751 Morris KE. 

Wertenberger, Orlow 23780 Milton KE. 

West Ken 20151 Ball IV. 

Whistler Ken 1 ' I East 208 Street . KE. 

Wight, Tom .. ..260 East 271 Street 

Williams, " -,,,,-,...,,. 

Williams, 

Williams, 

Wise, Jin 

Wittine, 

Wolanski, 

Wolf, " 

Wolf 



REv. 



23293 Williams Avenu. 

John 560 East 234 Street RE. 

Pat 560 East 234 Street RE. 

, 24231 Yosemite Drive KE. 

Matt 671 East 266 Street RE. 

Sue 801 East 256 Street RE. 

ol 161 East 205 Street IV. 

nces 27292 Highland HI. 

Wotawa, MaryAnn . 1 9772 Pasnow IV. 

Wright, Cynthia 1551 Dille Road IV. 

Yager, Mille ... 22901 Chardon KE. 

Yatsko, Jack 20102 Shawnee IV. 

Yockey, Pat 580 East 260 Street RE. 

Yapko, Michael 

Zahler, Bill .138 East 203 Street IV. 

Zanghi, Mary 20525 Ball KE. 

Zanyk, John 

Zeigler, Pat ...23917 Clark RE. 

Zingales, Sam 335 East 200 Street KE. 

Zoul, Janice 21971 Morris KE. 



1-3517 
1-4555 
1-6158 
1-2610 
1-1148 
1-8480 
1-8858 
2-8153 
1-1846 
1-5633 
1-5717 
1-9094 
1-2503 
1-6213 
6-0350 
1-2622 
1-5850 
1-6894 
1-7622 
1-0662 
1-8710 
1-4350 
1-6144 
1-6158 
1-3344 
1 -9469 

1-0076 
1-6526 
2-8925 
1-6871 
2-9688 
1-8091 
1-6780 
1-9843 
1-6935 
1-1176 
1-2543 
1-1649 
1-3064 
1-2232 
1-3587 
1-3130 
2-8451 
1 -0672 
1-6160 
1-5210 
1-5358 
1-9819 
1-2790 
1-3895 
2-7797 
2-9070 
1-9687 
1-9599 
1-4822 
1-0217 
1-1692 
1-6111 
1-7025 
1-3871 
1-4533 
1-6759 
1-2329 
1-0182 
1-6411 
1-0554 
2-8022 
1 -04 1 4 
1-9196 
1-7407 
1-2632 
2-9411 
1-1874 
1-3798 
1-2526 
2-9315 
1-7016 
1-3308 
1-1376 
1-0929 
2-7241 
1-0409 
1-2480 
1-2049 
1-2655 
1-1785 
1-2132 
1-6550 
1-6550 
1-5883 
1-8092 
1-9189 
1-8241 
2-3848 
6-1343 
1 -7422 
1-9148 
1-9149 
1-0639 



1-4596 
1-0956 
1-7076 



SENIOR INDEX 



Albertone, Dominic 34 

Allison, Geanie 33,34,122 

Ambros, Bob 33 34 

Anderson, Alvin 34 

Anderson, Sally 34,150 

Anson, Barb 34,143 

Anspaugh, Steve 34 

Apolski, Lorretta 34 

Appleby, Joan 35,117,201 

Ayala, Richard 35,146 

Ayala, Rosita 35 1 82 

Baginski, Helga 35,121,182 

Baker, Jody 35,121,126 

Balice, Toni 35 

Borden, Ann 33,35,182,180,181,151,152,155 

Barrows, Eulala 36,1 82 

Bortko, Ernestine 36,182 

Battung, Jeanne 36,116,121,127,133,182,185 

Baumert, Diane 36 

Benic, Don 36 

Beran, Pat 36,126,130,151,155 

Berardinelli, Irene 33.36 

Berezonsky, Carol 36,122,182 

Berlo, Rochelle 36,182,186 

Beyer, Doug 37, 1 67 

Bill, Gary 37,133,138,174,176 

Bindokas, Carol 37,130 

Birkic, Dave 37 

Bisbee, Marilyn 37 

Boggs, Jack 37 

Bost, Ann 37 

Bowers, Beth 37,130,180,150 

Bratush, Charlene 38,118,119,127,180 

Braunlich, Dave 17,38,197 

Brewster, Gail 2,17,38,116,118,122,126, 

143,182,150,153,154 

Brigger, Diane 2,17,33,38,116,118,128, 

138,151,152,195 

Brinovec, Marlene ... 38 

Broos, Nancy 33,38,118 

Browning, Ned 33,38,121,133,174,176,179 

Buhcek, Pat 38,143,182,180,150,152 

Burger Vernon 39,150,152,153,154,155,178,179 

Burmeister, Dale 39 

Burnett, Monroe 39,153,154,155,150 

Burr Barbara 39,182 

Camm, Nancy .. 39,142,195 

Carpenter, Carol 39 

Carr, Charlene 39,146 

Carr, Sharon 39 

Cefaratti, Vince 40 

Chapman, Bob ..... 2,40,118,120,121,178,179 

Chauby, Clarissa 40,122,182 

Clarke, JoAnn 40,122,182,180 

Clayton, Joyce 40,182.180 

Clayton, Bob 40,146 

Cohen, Serene 40 

Collidge, June 41 

Coltrin, Bob 41 

Conrad, Cheri 41,118,126 

Conroy, John 41 

Contenza, Harvey 41,121 

Corron, Shirley 41 

Corsaro, Barbara 41 

Courtot, Eilene 41 

Covill, Joyce 42 

Coy, Dave . . 42 

Cramer, Bob 42,120,121,160,162,163, 

166,168,195 

Crane, Bruce 42 

D'Amico, Carol 42 

Donley, Pat 42 

Delauer, Doug 42 

Denihan, Bob 1 7,42 

Domitor, Lynda 43, 11 7 

Donahue, Guy 43,120,121,138 

Doty, Tom 43 

Douglas, Henry 43 

Downing, Bob 43 

Drescher, Mary 43 

Duval, Jules 43 

Eckerman, Nancy 44,119,133,140,185 

Eddy, Tom 44,116,118,120,140,207 

Eidenier, Harry 44 

Eisen, Gerald . 44 

Eiskonen, Carol 45 

Elicker, Fred 44 

Elrick, Rich 44,171,172,173 

Emerich, John 33,44,198 

Emter, Lynn 45 

Erickson, Bruce 45 

Erzen, Marilyn 45 

Fasimpour, Ronnie 45,1 16,207 

Federico, Frank 45,121,152,161,163,171, 

172,173,179,195 

Fenster, Eric 45,140 

Finke, Bruce 45 

Fioretti, Delores 45 

Fleck, Roger 88 

Flocke, Ann 32,33,46,116,120,122,146,148 

Focarett, Tony 46, 1 6 1 , 1 63 

Foster, Bob 46 

Foster, Sue 33,46,152,153,154 

Fox, Wayne 46,179 

Frankovich, Paul 46 

French, Judy . 46 

Friedel, Claralyn 46,150,153,156,157 

Fuller, Eugene 33 47 

Gadke, Dick 47 

Gallagher, Bill 47 

Gallop, Lorry .47,184 

Gargetic, Mike 47 

Gauch, Carol 33,47,122,133,185 



Gausby, Carol 

Gerland, Bob 
Gierke, Jerry 

Gleason, Jack 48 

Gnidovec, Tim 43 

Gobel, Tom 48, 133,138,1 74, 1 76. 1 79. 1 98 

Goebelbecker, Jim 33,48,151,152,153,154,155 

Gordon, Gail 48 

Gortz, Jim 48,161,163,179,195 

Gotthalf , Don 49 

Govitz, Elaine . 49 

Graham, Sue 49,116,122,146,148 

Gregorc, Tony 2,49,116,118,120,121,138,197 

Gregory Barbara 49,138,153,154 

Hodden, Ray 40 

Hadden, Roy !!!'.'. '.49 

Haddock, Larry 49 

Halderman, Natalie . . 50,116,180,186,182,207 

Hale, Al 50,116,120,121,133,174,176 

Hale Bob 88 

Hall, Donna 33,50,118,134 

Hallack, Johanna 50 

Halloran, Tom 50,198 

Hamilton, Diane 2,50,118,138,150,153 

Hamilton, Lynne 50 

Hanslik, Barbara 50,1 22 

Harris, Carol 51,122 

Harris, Roberta 51 

Hebron, Virginia 51 

Henry, Judy 51,121 

Highland, Lenore 51 

Hill, Marsha 51 

Hillier, Dave 51 

Hodges, Russ 51 

Hoffert, Jim .. 52,162,163,179,195 

Hoffert, Nancy 52,130 

Holland, Bob 52 

Holtz Pat 21,52,150,154,156 

Horton, Frank 52 

Hovancsek, Lou 52,170,172 

Howard, Don 33,52,198,203 

Hoykar, Nancy 52 

Hummon, Mary Ann 2,33,53,122,182,180,181 

Hunt, Georgia 33,53 

Huusare, Arlene 53,133,185 

losue, Tom 53 

Jacksa, Margie 53 

James, Carolyn 53 

James, Warren 53 

Jorc, Joyce 53,182 

Jaworske, Tom 88,143 

Jelinek, Bill 54 

Jerabek, Sue 54,150,152,153,154,156,195 



54 

54,120,156,167,168 
54,117,1 19,122,1 50,152,153.154 

33,54,133,175,176,177 



Chuck . . 
Johnson, Doug 
Johnson, Norman 

Kaib, Bob 

Kalberer, Norm 
Kamm, Dona . . 
Katosic, Barbara 
Kautfman, Garnet 
Kellogg, Beth 
Kelly, Lee 



Kessler, Pat 55 

Klima, Chuck 55 

Klopovic, Jeanette 55 

Knowles, Shari 33,55 

Knuth, Bob 56,179 

Knuth, Jim 56 

Koester, Ted 56,143 

Kokos, Denny 56 

Kolman, Ron 56 

Koprivec, Al 56 

Korenac, Barb 56 

Korencic, Sally 56,116,120,121,130,193 

Kornblum, Roger 57 

Kostiha, Ed 57 

Kovach, Elaine 57 

Kozak, Janice 57 

Kozlowski, Bruce ,57 

Kraft, Joyce 57,121 

Kramer, Ted 57,120,121,138,150,153, 

160,163,167,168,179 

Krauss, Carol 57,195 

Krauss, Ron 58 

Krebs, Ellen 58 

Krecic, Carol 58,122,146 

Krejci, Layne 58 

Krivec, Ron 58 

Krotine, Ken 33,58,150,153 

Krzewinski, Lee 58 

Kubilus, Carol 58 

Kuhar, Jo 58 

Kuhar, Ray 58 

Kuznik, 

Labant, Nelson 59 

LaBarbara, Tom 59 

Lace, Barbara 59,120,121,151,152,155 

Lampe, Linda 59,120 

Lanese, Sam 59,133,175,176 

Lapinskas, Tom 59 

Larick, Dave 33,60 

Larkin, Karen 60 

Larsen, Russ 60 

Laurenson, Jim 60,140 

Laurich, Marilyn 60,122,143,182 

Laurich, Pat 60 

Lazor, Barb . . . .1 60 

Lazor, Bev 60,143 

Leeper, Maxine 61 

Leininger, Sue 61 



Levkovitz, Lenore 61,143,156 

Leybeck, Barbara 33,61,119,126 

Lloyd, Barbara 61,130,180,151 

Lockwood, Dave 32,33,61,160,163,195 

Lucci, Roger 61 

Lustrick, Barbara 61 

Lynch, Dick 62 

Magalenga, Judy 62,116,130,180 

Maher, Roberta 62 

Mahoney, Pat 62 

Mandel, Chris 62 

Mangus, Nancy 62 

Marcus, Dorothy 33,62 

Marion, Mark 62,150,152,153, 

154,160,163,171,172,195 

Marshall, Wally 63,116,120,146,148 

Martin, Bob 63,161,163 

Mason, Bob 63,156,157,163 

Mossey, Pat 63 

May, Jack 63 

McColl, Marge 2,63,116,118,146 

McCarthy, Dave 33,63,178,179 

McCormack, Arlyne 63,119,195 

McCracken, Gordon 64,120,121,127,179 

McDermott, Kathy 64 

McDonald, Janette 64,127 

McGowan, Lou 64 

McHenry, Diane 64 

McMillion, Barbara 64 

Meyers, Al 64 

Miklavz, Roseanne 64 182 

Miller, Jim .. 65 

M.ller, Melvin 65,179 

Miller, Bob 65 

Milligon, Wayne 33,65,161,163,179 

Mills, Beverly 65 

Mrrenda, Virginia 65 

Mock, Sandy 2,65,118,120,121,128 138, 

150,153,154,203 

Modic, Ken 33,65 

Mohler, Barbara 66,151 

Moser, Kay ' 66 

Moses, Russ 66,146,178,179 

Miraca, Peggy 66,119,121,122,126 201 

Murphy, Bill 66 

Myers, Launce 66 

Mylar, Elaine '!'' i 7,33,66,1 19,1 51 

Nagy, John 66 

Noroski, Joe ... 67 

Neale, Nancy . 67 122 

Neat, Connie 67, 1 1 6, 1 2 1 ,1 22, 1 33, 143,1 82,1 85 

Neustedt, Janet 67 

Newcomb, Ray . . 33,67 

Neylon, Lynn 67 

Nipple, Pat 67,118,128,138,182,151,152,153,155 

Nixon, Beverly 67 

Nobbe, Judy 68,117,122,134,143,180 

181,182,151,152,154,155 

Nosan, Dee 68 

Nosse, Larry 68,121,160,163,170,172,173,179 

Novak, Barb 68,122,182 

Novak, Frank 68 

Novotny, Dick ... 68 

Oblak, Marlene *..'.. 68 

O'Brien, Terry 68 

O'Brien, Bill 69 

Opalich, Dorothy 69,122,180,181,182 

Opdahl, Tim 69,120,151,153,161,163,179,195 

Palm, Fred 69,119,146,148,154 

Palumbo, Marilyn 33 69 

Papp, Barbara 69,1 56 

Pappas, Faye 69,122,126 

Parr, Bonnie 69 

Pasquale, Dan 70,143 

Patterson, Ron 70 

Pearlman, Carol 70,140,150 

Pegoraro, Jim 70,166,168,179 

Pejock, Ed 70 

Penner, Janice 70 

Perkins, George 70 

Pertick, Mike . . . 70 

Perusek, Bev 71,118,122,127,133,182,185 

Petelinker, Rich 71 

Peters, Fred 71 

Petrich, Nancy ...... 71,116,117,119,120,121,182 

Phelps, June 71,121 

Pickett, Bea 71,140 

Pierrett, Kathy 71 

Pokront, Len .71 

Porter, Spence 72 

Potichany, Lou 72,143,180 

Potts, Tom 72 

Pouse, Darlene ' 33,72 

Powell 72 

Price, Dick . . 72,162,163 

Priest, Max . . 72,116,133,185,151,154,195 

Primeau, Jim 72„ 1 50, 1 53, 171,1 72, 1 73 

Rafter, Carol 73,140,182 

Randall, Bob 73,118 

Rankin, Marge 33,73,122 

Rash, Dennis 73,126,138,166,168,197 

Rayer, Jo Ann 73 

Reber, Carol 73 

Redfern, Jackie 73,118,121 

Ress, Linda . 73,122,126,182,156 

Richards, Paul 74,133,175,176 

Ridinger, John 33,74,161,163 

Riehl, Lois 74 

Ritchie, Gloria 74 

Rochkar, Diane 74,151,197 



Rogers, Jim 7 . 

Rose, Charlotte 41 

Rose, Guila .'.'. 74 121 

Rose, Jerry .7.7 ' ' vc 

Roskoph, Barbara 4^ 

Roth, Betty 4? 

Row, Gary 42 

Runo, Jackie . . 
Ryder, Willa 
Salajcik, Helena 

Samida, Pat 75 12T 

Samsa, Marilyn '. 76,1 80,'l 51 ,1 53 J 55 

Sanda, JoAnn 32,33,76,116,117,118,127,182,185 207 

Sanders, Donna 76,127,1 33 - l 80 

Santee, Sandy 76 

Sayat, Mark 7^, 

Scheel, Ken y 6 

= C t roC u k 'J- ir '? a , '• 77,126,182,151 

Schonhuitt, Evelyn 76 

Schreiner, Betty ... 76 

Schwarts, Gail 77, 116,118,127,128,180,181,182 

Scotf . B 'll | 77,162,163 

an . P ale 77,121,160,163,195 



75,118,126,182 
75,127,180,151,153 



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77,180,182 
77,133,185 



Shuber, Louis 

Shuster, Pat 

Sieber, Shirley 

Skerley, Vivian 

Slapnicker, Anthony 78 

Smeby, John 78 

Sm.th, Bev 78,120,121,122,127,180,182,156 

Smith, Dennis 78,126,170,172,179 

Smith Pat 33,78,160,163,167,168 179 

Soderberg Lori 78,116,118,120,121,126,138,150 182 



Soeder, Dorothy 
Solon, Martha 
Somrak, Terry 
Spring, Art 
Stadler, Pat 
Stankiewicz, Loretta 
Steelman, Earl 
Stegh, Ken 
Stegura, Bob 
Stelluti, Dee 
Stenger, Charles 
Stenger, Larry 
Steven, Jim 



78, 134, 182, If 



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79,127,180,182 

80 

80 

80 



Stinson, Barbara 
Stone, Roberta 
Strohm, Paul 
Sreuhringer, Jean 
Sullivan, Roger 

ney Judy 81,126,134,138 



33,80,197 

33,80 

,133,185,151 



Tabor, JoAnn 
Tahon, Chuck 
Tapassi, Dori 
Taylor, Bill 



I e iel Bill 7.7.7.7.7. 81,170,172,173 

Templin Rena 33,81,118,126,182 



Tench, T01 
Thomas, James 
Thomas, Jon 
Thomas, Marlene 
Timco, Ron 
Toth, Henry 
Town, Judy 
Tozzi, John . 



33,82,166,168,179,197 



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Urgeleit, Lenny 83,167 

Vaccanello, Nick 83 121 

-'adakin. Bill . 83 

v ° h . Dick . .83,162,163 

Valduga, Arlene 83,116,122,134,143,180 146 207 

Volenti, Al 33 

Wakelee, Judy 83,1 16,1 17,1 19,121,1 56,157 

Waldman, Gail ... , 84,116,117,118,119126140 

Wa", Ray 84,118,120,127 

Walters, Bill 84,150,151,152,153,154 

155,162,163,179,195 

Walton, Brian 84,150,153,154,155,156 

Ward, Dick 84 

Waterwash, Jim . 84 

Watkins, Jerry 84,156 

Wawrzyniak, Jim 2,84,116,118,120,121,156,195,198 

Weiss, Dick 85 

Werley, Dick 85,153,154 

Wertenberger, Orlow 85,151,153,161,163,170,172,195 

West, Ken 85 

Wh.sler, Jill .". 33,85 

Wight, Tom 85,116,118,138,160,163,179,196206 

Williams, Gail . . 85 

Williams, John 33 «5 

Williams, Pat 86,180 

Wise, Jim '86 

Wittine, Matt 86 

Wolanski, Sue 86,130 

Wolf, Carol 86 

Wolf, Frances 86 

Wotawa, Mary Ann 86,182 153 

Wright, Cindy ' 33,86,182 

Yager, Millie 33,87,116,122,126,182,196 

Yatsko, Jack 87 

Yockey, Pat 87 

Yopko, Mike 87 

Zahler, Bill 87,118,126,151 

Zanghi, Mary 87,180 

Zanyk, John 87,146 

Zeigler, Pat 87,122,126,182,151,156 

Zingales, Sam 88,146 

Zoul, Janice 88 



Dear Friends: 

On behalf of fhe 1957 Editorial Staff, I'd like to thank the following people for 
their help with the '57 Euclidian To Dr. W. G. Fordyce, our Superintendent of schools, 
for the facilities for publishing our book ... to Mr. Clifford Owens, our Principal, for 
his time and co-operation in helping us with numerous problems ... to Mr. Meryl 
Baumer, our Assistant Principal, for helping us to meet our deadline ... to Mrs. Harriet 
Sheats and Mr. Bruce Graham, our Deans, for understanding and patience in excusing 
us from classes ... to Mr. Clayton George, Tom Wight, and the Euclidian Business Staff 
for helping us to publish this book by raising the necessary funds ... to Mr. Roy Seitz 
and Mr. Ray Libengood, Cleveland Engraving Co., for helping us with our engraving 
and advice on layout ... to the Mueller Art Cover Co., for helping us to design our cover 
... to Mr. Thomas Bain, Painesville Publishing Co., for printing our book and helping us 
prepare the yearbook dummy ... to Mr. M. Levine, Mr. Wm. Rainin and Mr. J. Gongos, 
Raimor Studios, for taking our Senior pictures, printing hundreds of candids, and their 
patience ... to Mr. Fred Vollman, Art Instructor, for helping us with our art work . . . 
to Mr. Donald McGinley and the Camera Club, for taking many pictures ... to the ad- 
vertisers for their help ... to you, the student body and faculty, we owe our heart-felt ap- 
preciation, for it is because of your cooperation and aid that we were able to meet our 
deadlines and deliver this book to you. Last, but not least, we'd like to thank Mr. Gene 
Pi I lot, our sponsor, for his hard work and the many hours he spent helping us working on 
this book. Without Mr. Pillot's jokes, patience, and guiding hand we could never have 
been able to give to you, the students, this yearbook. 

Sincerely, 

Diane Brigger, Editor-in-chief 

And all the staff 







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EUCLIDIAN 

SUPPLEMENT 



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SEHDDL 

711 East 222nd Street 

EUELID, OHIO 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




SENIOR MEMBERS 

First Row: B. Leybeck, C. Krouss, L Ress, E. Potichny, D. Rochor, A. Borden, J. Nobbe, P. Zeigler. 
Second Row- B. Lace. N. Hoffert, R. Berlo, N. Broos, J. Appleby, M. Solon, C. Bratush, M. Hummon. 
Third Row: W Milligan, E. Fenster, D. Smith, N. Browning, G. McCracken, E. Pejack, B. Coltrin. 




JUNIOR MEMBERS 

First Row: R. Hunston, S. Galaba, J. McKibben, M. Shirk, J. Lucas, A. Zayati. 
Second Row: A. Gessic, 0. Lindstrom, N. Pokorny, D. Koss, J. Buchar, J. LaTour. 
Third Row: R. Gauch, D. Doley, C. Palmer, H. Berlo, J. Rogosch, A Youngberg 



PANTHERS OF THE WEEK 




PANTHERS OF THE WEEK 
Rash, S. Korencic, L. Soderberg, S. Sieber, D. Brigger, T. Goble, D. Smith. 
'. Smith, G. Bill, B. Knuth, B. Lewit B. Zahlcr, W. Marshall, J. Wawrzyniak, T. Gregon 







Through the efforts of the Spirits Club 
a Panther of the Week was chosen for 
recognition of service to the school. 
Nearly every phase of school life was 
represented as the Panthers' activities 
varied from Student Council president to 
play production staff worker. 

Mr. George Wiley was presented with 
the Faculty Panther of the Year award at 
the faculty assembly. Mr. Wiley was 
recognized for the work he did as spon- 
sor of the spirit and for his all-around 
aid in school activities. 



MR. GEORGE WILEY 
Faculty Panther-of-the-Ye 



FRIENDSHIP FORMAL-Moonlight and Roses 




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STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS 




Arne Youngberg, Nancy Carney, Dottie Lee and John Becker were elected 
officers of the Student Council after an extensive campaign consisting of skits, 
speeches, signs, and promises. 



SENIORS 





Virginia Mcdowell 



ROBERT QUEEN 



Two members of the Class of 1957 who were omitted from the main Yearbook 
through error. 



DRAMATICS 




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IN THE ZONE PRODUCTION STAFF 

First Row: R. Reeves. 

Second Row: H. Berlo, B. Walton, J. Goldlust, R. Fulton, L. Levkovitz, J. Jenkins, K. Kr, 

Third Row: D. Albertone, D! Roberts, B.. Cramer, F. Fantini. 



G. McCracke 




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D. Hamilton. 

Second Row: D. 
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Third Row: B. Ra 



THESPIAN MEMBERS 

znik, P. Holtz, C. Misick, N. Carney, L. Levkovitz, R. Fulton, M. Shirk, J. Lucas, B. Tolar, 

Albertone, G. McCracken, H. Berlo, B. Walton, K. Krotine, J. Goldlust, D. Gauch, J. Vaigl, 
idall, L. Riehl, C. Friedel, L. Neylon, J. Young. 



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"DINO" and "IN THE ZONE" 




DINO CAST AND PRODUCTION STAFF 

Student Directors Lynn Neylon, Karen McPeek 

Dino Falcaro Fred Fantini 

Shirley Wallace Bonnie Poznik 

Jackie Clarolyn Friedel 

Miss Haines Barbara Leybeck 

Mr. Mandel Gordon McCracken 

Mr. Falcero Dominic Albertone 

Mrs. Falcero Nancy Petrich 

Pat Pat Nipple 

Steve Jim Pegoraro 

Danny Ken Krotine 

Delia Pat Holtz 

Sylvia Judy Nobbe 

Mr. Sheridan Fred Peters 

Mrs. Milkula Eileen Laurich 

Little Girl Marilyn Laurich 

Little Girl Malinda Shirk 

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1957 L.E.L., SECTIONAL, AND DISTRICT CHAMPS 
WON 15 — LOST 2 




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SCORES 



Larry Nosse, Euclid's out- 
standing pitcher and all- 
around athlete was named 
All-Ohio and All-Scholastic 
after a season in which he 
was awarded the Kenneth 
Sims Athletic Award and 
was chosen athlete of the 
year. 



Euclid 
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LARRY NOSSE 



Euclid 7 Harvey 

Euclid 3 Lorain 

Euclid 6 Clevelar 

Euclid 9 Lakewo. 

Euclid Shaw 

Euclid 4 South 

Euclid 5 Parma 

Euclid 3 Collinw. 




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JUNIOR PROM-Heavenly Evening 



The Junior class spent a "heavenly evening" in Hawaii as members danced to the music of 
Harry Hershey at the Junior Party on May 1 1 . Hawaiian girls decorated the stairway to the cafeteria 
and Hawaiian flowers and scenes added to the illusion. Between dances the Juniors enjoyed punch, 
coconut chips, and cookies and had a chance to exchange comments on gowns, the decorations, and 
the photographs taken by Raimor Studios. Coketail and after-prom parties added to the enjoyment 
of the evening. For souvenirs each girl received a miniature ukulele and leis to remind her of the 
"Lanai Ahiahi". 







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SPRING SPORTS ATTENDANTS 




CHARLENE BRATUSH 
Senior Attendant 



PAT BERAN 
Senior Attendant 




NANCY CARNEY 
Junior Attendant 



DELORES INGRAM 
Sophomore Attendant 



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SPRING SPORTS QUEEN 





PAT NIPPLE 
Spring Sports Queen 



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SWIM SHOW-FRONT PAGE SPRAYS 







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1957 BIG SHOW-DRESS REHEARSAL 




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FACULTY ASSEMBLY-Around the World In 80 Days 



Euclid students traveled "around the 
world in 80 days" during the second 
annual faculty assembly. Directed by Mrs. 
Nancy McMahon, the assembly featured 
original songs, scenery, cherry-slip plane 
tickets, and many hilarious moments in- 
cluding "El Toro" Owens and the "girls". 

As Mr. Wallace guided Mr. Amster on 
the tour, Euclid students met dancing 
Dutch girls, singing Frenchmen, Monaco's 
rulers, a crooning gondola driver and a 
tribe of starving American Indians. 

Highlighting the assembly was the 
presentation of the Faculty Panther of the 
Year, Mr. George Wiley. 




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SENIOR BANQUET 




The beginning of the end of a wonder- 
ful Senior year began with the Senior 
Banquet which took place at the Lake 
Shore Country Club on May 7. 

After a meal, which was met with mixed 
emotions, Tom Eddy as master of cere- 
monies introduced Dr. Fordyce and Mr. 
Owens who gave short but interesting 
speeches. Various members of the class 
also entertained the Seniors. After the 
reading of the class poem. Seniors danced 
to the music of Harry Hershey and later 
attended various parties and open houses. 






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SENIOR ASSEMBLY-Showboat 





Printed programs, an ovation by the underclassmen, the singing of the Alma Mater, and 
leaving the auditorium first for the iast time were part of the memories of the Senior Assembly. 




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Aboard the modern showboat, the S.S. Panther, underclassmen viewed for the last time the 
Class of 1957. A variety of new and old acts including a melodrama, two quartets, singing, danc- 
ing, and comedy were presented. 





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SENIOR PROM-Almost Paradise 




"Almost Paradise" was the theme of 
the Senior Prom held this year at the 
Tapco Ballroom. From 9:00 to 1:00, 520 
Seniors and guests danced to the music 
of Billy Lang's Band in a heavenly atmos- 
phere of glittering stars and beautiful 
decorations. 

At 1 :00 the After-Prom Party sponsored 
by the Interservice Club began with the 
presentation of the Key to the City to 
Class President Dave Lockwood. At 2:00 
movies of the prom, taken earlier, were 
shown. 



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SENIOR PROM 



Led by the band on a Tapco truck, 
Seniors went to the dining room where 
they enjoyed chicken or steak dinners. 
Entertainment, which consisted of a five 
act floor show highlighted by Dick Maleri 
and the Tracy Twins, lasted until 5:30 
when the dancing resumed. Before the 
Seniors signed out, a quick snack of coffee 
and doughnuts was served. After a quick 
nap, church, and the picnic, no one looked 
forward to the day after. 







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COMMENCEMENT 




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CLASS OF 57 




COMMENCEMENT AND- BACCALAUREATE EXERCISES 




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COMMENCEMENT 



Practices over, Seniors, wearing their 
caps and gowns for the first time, marched 
into the high school auditorium to the 
traditional "Pomp and Circumstance" for 
the Baccalaureate services which took 
place on Sunday, June 2. 

Rabbi Rudolph Adler gave the address, 
"Foundations of a Happy Life". Reverend 
Robert Clapp gave the Invocation, Scrip- 
ture Reading and Benediction. The Senior 
Choir sang "Halls of Ivy" and "You'll 
Never Walk Alone". 

Baccalaureate was the beginning of 
the many graduation parties and open 
houses. 







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COMMENCEMENT 




433 Seniors listened as Jim Wawrzyniak 
introduced Dr. Carl C. Bracy who gave the 
Commencement Address at the exercises 
held at the Music Hall on June 4. Edwin 
Pejack, Valedictorian; Judy Wakelee, 
Salutatorian; Carol Pearlman, Arlene 
Valduga, Sandy Mock, and Maxine Priest 
participated in the exercises. Reverend 
Eugene C. Best gave the Invocation and 
Benediction. 

After Mr. Owens certified the class and 
Dr. Fordyce presented the class, Mr. 
Russell Glass presented the diplomas to 
the happy and proud Class of '57. 

Caps, gowns, flowers, new dresses, 
cameras, ham handwiches, homeroom 
teachers, and receiving the coveted 
diploma are all a part of the many 
memories of graduation. 







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EUCLID'S TOP STUDENTS 



Edwin Pejack, Valedictorian, ranked 
first in a class of 433 students. Ed was 
a mathematics and science major and 
received a Panther of the Week award 
for placing first in the Senior Scholar- 
ship Test and in two of the National 
Merit Tests. 

His keen sense of humor, good sports- 
manship and easy going personality make 
him a person well liked by his fellow 
classmates. He participated in the Trig 
and Slide Rule Club, Zoology Club, 
Chemistry Club, and as a member of the 
Tennis Team for two years. Ed was 
elected to the National Honor Society. 

Ed received a scholarship to Carnegie 
Tech and was awarded the Bausch and 
Laum award and the Rensselaer Medal. 





Judy Wakelee delivered the Salutatory 
at the Commencement exercises for her 
work in attaining the second highest aver- 
age in the Class of '57. 

Enrolled in the commercial course, Judy 
participated in many extra-curricular activ- 
ities including National Forensic League, 
Thespians, Quill and Scroll, and Eucuyo 
staff. Judy was treasurer of the Euclidian 
Business staff in her Junior year and 
was copy editor of the Survey in her 
Senior year. 

She could always be counted on to do 
a job efficiently and diligently. Because 
of her all-around personality and many 
activities, Judy was elected into the 
National Honor Society in her Junior year. 



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SCHOLARSHIPS 



The 1957 Graduating Class won scholarships from colleges in fourteen states, including 
Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New 
Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. 

Local Scholarships and their winners were: 
KIWANIS — Jim Laurenson. 
OLIVER MANAGEMENT CLUB — Joyce Jarc. 
PTA COUNCIL — Gail Brewster, Carol Krauss, Mildred Yager. 
JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE — Carol Krauss, Joyce Jarc. 
ROTARY CLUB — Barbara Lace. 

EXCHANGE CLUB — Gail Waldman, Jim Laurenson. 
BESSIE WELLS MEMORIAL — Barb Lace, Bob Chapman. 

Euclid Seniors who placed nationally in the National Merit Scholarship Exam were Doug 
Johnson, Marge McCall, and Eric Fenster. 



1957 MEMORIES 



A new semester, first day for Senior A's, more new teachers . . . toothbrush sale . . . Band 
Concert, Feb. 12 . . . scholarship exams, college boards . . . Friendship Formal, Feb. 16, Moonlight 
and Roses, parties before and after, decorations, music . . . Choral Concert, March 5 ... a third 
in District Meet for swimmers . . . L.E.L. Wrestling Championship, state champs Ken Ross and Mark 
Marion . . . Basketball District tournament champs . . . co-champ cheerleaders . . . All-School 
Party, March 23 . . . Career Week . . . Swim Show, Front Page Sprays, April 11, 13 . . . Easter 
Assembly . . . Spring Sports Dance, April 26, the reigning Pats, Nipple and Smith . . . Faculty 
Assembly, Around the World in 80 Days, Dutch girls, cherry slips . . . Spring Banquets . . . 1957 
Student Council Elections, spirit, posters, speeches . . . Dino, May 3, 4 . . . Senior Banquet, the food, 
program, Mr. Owen's speech, dance and parties afterwards . . . Euclid Relays Victors . . . Junior 
Prom . . . Big Show, Dress Rehearsal, Cowardly Lion, silver girls, gold boys, underwater ballet. 
. . . Baseball Championship . . . Senior Prom, May 25, Almost Paradise, All-Night Party . . . Senior 
exams . . . No more days for Senior A's, sleep, eating together, songs, cheers, happiness, tears . . . 
Senior Awards Assembly . . . Senior Assembly, S..S Panther, Showboat, The Alma Mater . . . 
Baccalaureate, June 2, the practices, "Halls of Ivy," . . . Commencement, June 4, a diploma at last, 
ham sandwiches, "Pomp and Circumstance" ... a successful, spirited, Senior year. 



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BEST WISHES TO THE 

NEW SENIORS AND TO THE 

UNDERCLASSMEN. 

GOOD LUCK FROM 

THE 1957 

GRADUATES 



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C^uclid +J>enior ^hrit^h J^ck 
K^omntencement 




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CLEVELAND PUBLIC AUDITOR! 

Tuesday, June Fourth 
Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Seven 
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PRELUDE "Doge's Overture" Rosse 

Euclid High School Band 

INVOCATION Rev. Eugene C. Best, S.T.D. 

Assistant Pastor, St. William's Church 



THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 
SALUTATORY 

"Praeludium and Allegro" 



Judy Ellen Wakelee 
Kriesler 



Carol Pearlman 
Arlene Valduga - accompanist 

Introduction of Dr. Carl C. Eracy James Lawrence Wawrzyniak 

"NEW WORDS FOR A NEW DAY" Dr. Carl C. Eracy, President 

Mount Union College 

Ah ! I Would Linger from "Romeo and Juliet" Gounod 

Sandra Mock 
Maxine Priest - accompanist 

VALEDICTORY Edwin Ray Pe j ack 

CERTIFICATION OF CLASS Mr. Clifford G. Owens 

Principal 

PRESENTATION OF CLASS Dr. W. G. Fordyce 

Superintendent 

•PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS Mr. William Bente 

Euclid Board of Education 

BENEDICTION Rev. Eugene C. Best 

RECESSIONAL Class of 1957 

Euclid High School Band 

*Homeroom teachers will assist. We request that there be no 
applause until all diplomas have been awarded. 



Dominic Michael Albertone 
Georgene Loretta Allison 
Robert Alex Ambros 
Alvin John Anderson 
Sally Maria Anderson 
Barbara Lu Anson 
Stephen F. Anspaugh 
Loretta Frances Apolski 
Joan Elise Appleby 
Richard Gregory Ayala 
Rosita Marie Ayala 
Helga Gertrud Baginski 
Sara JoAnn Baker 
Antionette Karline Balice 
Ann Putnam Barden 
Eulalia Kay Barrows 
Ernestine Nancy Bartko 
Jeanne Battung 
Diane Magdeline Baumert 
Wilma Arlene Benedetto 
Donald Andrew Benic 
Patricia Ann Beran 
Irene Gloria Berardinelli 
Carol Mae Berezonsky 
Rochelle Evelyn Berlo 
Douglas H. Beyer 
Gary Carmen Bill 
David George Birkic 
Marilyn Joan Bisbee 
Jack Lee Boggs 
Annetta Carol Bost 
Elizabeth Kay Bowers 
Charlene Alice Bratush 
David Fredrick Braunlich 
Gail Leila Brewster 
Diane Frances Brigger 
Marlene Ann Brinovec 
Nancy Ann Broos 
Edward Tracy Browning 
Patricia Anne Bulicek 
Vernon King Burger 
Dale Dennis Burmeister 
Monroe Miles Burnett 
Barbara Louise Burr 



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Gerald Carson Caldwell 
Nancy Jeanne Camm 
Carol Ann Carpenter 
Charlene Patricia Carr 
Sharon Kathryn Carr 
Vincent Martin Cefaratti 
Robert Anthony Chapman 
Clarissa Ethel Chauby 
JoAnn Sandra Clarke 
Joyce Lynn Clayton 
Robert L. Clayton 
Mary Margaret Clements 
Serene Rae Cohen 
June Agnes Colledge 
Robert Edward Coltrin 
Cheryl Lee Conrad 
John Elliott Conroy 
Harvey Fred Contenza 
Shirley Anne Corron 
Barbara Constance Corsaro 
Joyce Ann Covill 
David Alan Coy 
Robert George Cramer 
Bruce Allan Crane 
Carole D'Amico 
Patricia Edna Danley 
Paul Douglas DeLauer 
Robert F. Denihan 
Lynda Gail Domitor 
Guy Donahue 
Thomas W. Doty 
Henry Joel Douglas 
Robert Hayes Downing 
Mary Lane Drescher 
James Edward Drobnik 
Jules Anthony Duval 
Nancy Jean Eckerman 
Thomas Spencer Eddy 
Harry 0. Eidenier 
Gerald Phillip Eisen 
Carole Jean Eiskonen 
Frederick M. Elicker 
Richard Joseph Elrick 
John Day Emerich 






Lynn R. Emter 
Bruce N. Erickson 
Marilyn Anne Erzen 
Ronald James Fasimpaur 
Frank Joseph Federico 
Eric Doran Fenster 
Bruce Theodore Finke 
Dolores Nancy Fioretti 
Walter F. Fleck 
Ann Marie Flocke 
Anthony Nicholas Focarett 
Robert Walton Foster 
Sue Foster 
Wayne William Fox 
Paul Michael Frankovich 
Judy Ann French 
Clarolyn Jo Friedel 
Eugene Earl Fuller 
Laurie Teresa Gallop 
Peter Michael Gargetic 
Carole Anne Gauch 
Carol Elizabeth Gausby 
Robert John Gerland 
Gerald W. Gierke 
Jack Heath Gleason 
Timothy Michael Gnidovec 
Thomas Holmes Goble 
James Edward Goebelbecker 
Gail Anne Gordon 
James F. Gortz 
Donald William Gotthalf 
Elaine Frances Govitz 
Susan Harriette Graham 
Anthony Frank Gregorc 
May Barbara Gregory 
Ray Clarence Hadden 
Roy William Hadden 
Lawrence John Haddock 
Natalie Jean Halderman 
Alan Noel Hale 
Robert C. Hale 
Donna L. Hall 
Johanna Louise Hallack 
Thomas Robert Halloran 



Diane Lynn Hamilton 
Lynne Marie Hamilton 
Barbara Jane Hanslik 
Carol Ann Harris 
Roberta Belle Harris 
Virginia Mae Hebron 
Judith Carolyn Henry 
Lenore Mae Highland 
Marcia Ann Hill 
David John Hillier 
Jere Cornell Hodges 
David Allen Hoefle 
James Richard Hoffert 
Nancy Hoffert 
Robert G. Holland 
Patricia Anne Holtz 
Frank E. Horton 
Louis Andrew Hovancsek 
Donald E. Howard 
Nancy Frances Hoykar 
Mary Ann Hummon 
Georgia Ann Hunt 
Arlene Helen Huusare 
Thomas Raymond Iosue 
Margaret Ann Jacksa 
Carolyn Anne James 
Warren Alan James 
Joyce Jarc 

Thomas Francis Jaworske 
William George Jelinek 
Susan Irene Jerabek 
Charles Frank Jeric 
Douglas Eric Johnson 
Norman Leroy Johnson 
Robert Willard Kaib 
Normann Albert Kalberer 
Madonna Beverly Kamm 
Barbara Ann Katosic 
Garnette Elaine Kauffman 
Lee Bud Kelly 
Diane Elizabeth Kernan 
Patricia Margaret Kessler 
Charles Frederick Klima 
Jeannette Klopovic 



Shari Lynne Knowles 
James H. Knuth 
Robert Harry Knuth 
Theodore Marsh Koester 
Ronald Robert Kolman 
Allan John Koprivec 
Barbara Ann Korencic 
Sally Lou Korencic 
Roger Kornblum 
Edward Thomas Kostiha 
Elaine Frances Kovach 
Janice Marie Kozak 
Bruce Kozlowski 
Joyce Merle Kraft 
Tad Henry Kramer 
Carol Adath Krauss 
0. Ronald Krauss 
Ellen Marie Krebs 
Carolyn Jean Krecic 
Lane Krejci 
Ronald Charles Krivec 
Kenneth Anthony Krotine 
Leona Joan Mary Krzewinski 
Carol Lee Kubilus 
Raymond Peter Kuhar 
Roger Fred Kuznik 
Nelson M. LaBant 
Thomas P. LaBarbera 
Barbara Ann Lace 
Linda Kay Lampe 
Salvatore Lanese 
Thomas G. Lapinskas 
David B. Larick 
Karen Helen Larkin 
Russell Edward Larsen 
James Allan Laurenson 
Marilyn Jean Laurich 
Patricia Ann Laurich 
Barbara Ann Lazor 
Beverly Jane Lazor 
Maxine Elizabeth Leeper 
Susan Lynne Leininger 
Lenore Joyce Levkovitz 
Barbara Jean Leybeck 



Barbara Anne Lloyd 
David Harry Lockwood 
Roger Joesph Lucci 
Barbara Ann Lustrik 
Richard Anthony Lynch 
John Martin McCann 
David Ian McCarthy 
Arlyne Francis McCormaek 
Gordon Bowman McCracken 
Kathleen Ann McDermott 
Jeannette McDonald 
Virginia McDowell 
Louella Frances McGowan 
Diane Sue McHenry 
Barbara Ann McMillion 
Judith Marie Magalenga 
Roberta J. Maher 
Patricia Anne Mahoney 
Chris Richard Mandel 
Nancy Lee Mangus 
Dorothy Ann Marcus 
Mark Nicholas Marion 
Walter Fordyce Marshall 
Robert William Martin 
Robert Ronald Mason 
Patricia Mae Massey 
John Anthony May 
Frank Alvin Meyers 
Rose Ann Marie Miklavz 
James Edward Miller 
Melvin Frederick Miller 
Robert Jack Miller 
Wayne E. Milligan 
Beverly Joan Mills 
Virginia Ann Mirenda 
Sandra Jean Mock 
Kenneth Earl Modic 
Barbara Ann Mohler 
Kay Elizabeth Moser 
Russell G. Moses 
Margaret Mary Muraca 
Thomas Jerome Murphy 
Launcelot Earle Myers 
Elaine Virginia Mylar 




Louis Steven Nagy 
Joseph Naroski 
Nancy Lee Neale 
Constance Louise Neat 
Jeanette Ellen Neustedt 
Raymond Fred Newcomb 
Lynn Valerie Neylon 
Patricia Ann Nipple 
Beverly Catherine Nixon 
Judith Joyce Nobbe 
Dolores Jean Nosan 
Larry John Nosse 
Barbara Anne Novak 
Richard Lee Novotny 
Marlene Carol Oblak 
Terrence Edward O'Brien 
William Martin O'Brien 
Dorothy Alice Opalich 
Timothy Raymond Opdahl 
Frederick W. Palm 
Marilyn A. Palumbo 
Barbara Lee Papp 
Faye Pappas 
Bonnie Lou Parr 
Daniel Pasquale 
Ronald Lindsey Patterson 
Carol Joyce Pearlman 
James Robert Pegoraro 
Edwin Ray Pejack 
Janice Penner 
George Herman Perkins 
Michael J. Pertick 
Beverly Mary Perusek 
Richard A. Petelinkar 
Frederick Roland Peters 
Nancy Ann Petrich 
June Marie Phelps 
Beatrice Eleanor Pickett 
Kathleen Jean Pierret 
Leonard Herbert Pokrant 
Spencer Joseph Porter 
Elaine Janis Potichny 
Thomas Edward Potts 
Darlene Ann Povse 



David Ronald Powell 
Richard Allen Price 
Maxine Wilhemine Priest 
James Albert Primeau III 
Robert Graham Queen 
Carol Ann Rafter 
Robert Merritt Randall 
Margaret Rose Rankin 
Dennis Stephen Rash 
Joanne Louise Rayer 
Carole Ann Reber 
Jackie Redfern 
Linda Lee Ress 
Paul Frederick Richards 
John Carl Ridinger 
Lois Francine Riehl 
Gloria Jean Ritchie 
Diane Sue Rochkar 
James H. Rogers 
Charlotte Ann Rose 
Gerald Russell Rose 
Guila Elizabeth Rose 
Barbara Anne Roskoph 
Betty Jane Roth 
Gary P. Row 
Jacqueline Runo 
Willa Mae Ryder 
Patricia Mary Samida 
Marilyn Samsa 
Joanne Sanda 
Donna Louise Sanders 
Sandra S. Santee 
Mark Alan Sayatovic 
Kenneth Warren Scheel 
Evelyn Schonhiutt 
Elizabeth Ann Schreiner 
Linda Faye Schrock 
Gail Frances Schwarts 
William Earl Scott 
Dale D. Seaman 
Donna P. Seaman 
Louis John Shuber 
Patricia Virginia Shuster 
Shirley Eva Sieber 



Vivian Violet Skerly 
Anthony Theodore Slapnicher 
John A. Srneby 
Beverly Anne Smith 
Dennis Werner Smith 
Patrick Frank Smith 
Loretta Jane Soderberg 
Dorothy Ann Soeder 
Martha Louise Solon 
Lewis Terrence Somrak 
Arthur Joseph Spring 
Patricia Josephine Stadler 
Loretta Mary Stankiewicz 
Kenneth Reynold Stegh 
Robert Lee Stegura 
Dolores Marie Stelluti 
Charles Conrad Stenger, Jr. 
Lawrence Eugene Stenger 
Elaine Helen Stermole 
James Terry Steven 
Barbara Ann Stinson 
Roberta Lynn Stone 
Paul Howard Strohm 
Jean Irene Stuehringer 
Roger Keith Sullivan 
Judith Ann Swaney 
Joe Ann Tabor 
Charles M. Tahon, Jr. 
Doris Andrea Tapassi 
William Howard Taylor 
William Frank Tegel 
Rena Frances Templin 
James David Thomas 
Jon Edward Thomas 
Marlene Frances Thomas 
Richard Gorden Thorpe 
Ronald James Timco 
Henry Joseph Toth 
Judith Ellen Town 
John Frank Tozzi 
Joan Lucile Ulmann 



Leonard Russell Urgeleit 

Nicholas Anthony Vaccariello 

Richard George Vah 

Arlene Carole Valduga 

Albert Joseph Valenti 

Judy Ellen Wakelee 

Gail Lois Waldman 

Raymond Lloyd Wall 

William Richard Walters 

Brian Lawley Walton 

Richard Charles Ward 

James S. Waterwash 

Gerald W. Watkins 

James Lawrence Wawrzyniak 

Richard Anthony Weis3 

Richard Allen Werley 

Orlow H. Wertenberger 

Kenny Wray West 

Jill Luise Whisler 

Thomas A. Wight 

Gail Marie Williams 

John L. Williams 

Patricia Anne Williams 

Richard Williams 

James Robert Wise 

Matthew J. Wittine 

Susan Marie Wolanski 

Carol Lynn Wolf 

Frances Ethel Wolf 

Mary Ann Yvonne Wotawa 

Cynthia Gail Wright 

Mildred Ann Yager 

Jack Yatsko 

Patricia Irene Yockey 

Michael John Yopko, Jr. 

William P. Zahler, Jr. 

Mary Jane Zanghi 

John Michael Steven Zanyk, Jr. 

Patricia Ann Zeigler 

Samuel H. Zingales 

Janice Ann Zoul 






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Clayton George Jack Lewis 

Gene Pillot Merwin Staines 

John Reeves Stanley Whiteside 

Lucille Aingworth Frank Pringle 

Reita Williams Clarence Eckert 

Dale Thompson Ralph Grear 

Marcella Nold Joseph Mayer 

Harry Spangler Donald McGinley 

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David Harry Lockwood President 

Robert John Gerland Vice President 

Joanne Sanda Secretary 

Ann Marie Flocke Treasurer 



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Russell G. Glass President 

Grace Watkins - Vice President 

C. E. Bowman John F. Davis 

William Bente 

Frank B. Mills Business Manager 

Stewart A. Cox Clerk-Treasurer 

W. G. Fordyce Superintendent of Schools 

Clifford G. Owsns .Principal 




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Last Will and Testament of 1957 Class 



I, Sallie Anderson, will to Judy Jones the 



I, Steve Anspaugh, will ray 5-eylinder 
Nash Kamblcr Convertible to any under- 
classman who can burn rubber in first 
gear. (In my Nash, of course.) 

1, Helgs Baginski, will the swimming 
juits in the girl's gym to my sister Chris. 

We, Jody Baker and Carolyn Jamea will 



>ody i 






"Else and Beefe." 

, Jeanne Ilultung will leave happily. 
, Irene Berardinelli, will to Nancy 
rney the secret of Euclid's Fountain of 



I, M 


arilyn Bishec, 


will my e 


xtra iu, 


ich 


I, Bi 


ith Bowers, wil 


1 to the 51 








he ability to g 




Mitch. 




I, CI 


larlene Bratusli 












cky pera 




with a 












il Brewster, lei 


Lve to Dial 


ie Koss 






<d a half pencil 


and to Mi 


:. Pillot 




1, D 


tone Brigeer, 


is Ford. 


Editor-: 


in- 


Chief c 


if the Euclidiai 










lition of Chief 


Jester of 


the chei 




leaders 










I, M 


"mUqllTta." 


, will to 1 


Jetty R< 


ith 


"Ym 


incy Broos, lea 


ve all the 


headac) 


ies 


of the 


Euclidian Bus 


inesa Stai 


f to m 


!Xt 


JunTor 


"he n po"tion in 


"front of 


E"pn- 


z 


I, Nc 


>t hla7e ninK ' * 


ill be a pa 


rty poor 




I, Pa 


tti Bulicek, wil 


. to Jan T 


ark all t 


he 



lileen Courtot, will my 

out of peoples ham 
' (Loretta Divito). 



my ability to cut study halls and not get 

I, Pat Donley, hereby will my parking 
space to my little baby cousin, Dave 



, Lynda Domitnr, will Mr. Robucl 
, Tom Doty, leflve to a cute little 



Mary Dreschcr, 



if the shoe f 



, Club and to Mr. 



1, Jim Drobnick, leave, period. 

I, Carol D'Amico, hereby will my locker 
to Virginia Bolob. 

I, Jules Duval, hereby will to the under- 
classmen all my ability and adaptness to 
get into trouble with the administrative 
faculty. 

I, Nancy Eckerman, do hereby leave, to 
some lucky sophomore, my ability to have 
two lunch periods a day; to some unlucky 
sophomore, swim club and to the junior 

1, Tom Eddy, leave the "Good Morning" 

I, Carol Eiskonen, will my "exit passes" 
to some lucky sophomore. 

I, Jerry Eisin. will my half of our locker 
to Tom Bingham, and my car and parking 
space to my sister and her mob. 

I, Fred Flicker, leave my Isolation Booth 
in 305 to any unfortunate sophomore. 

I, Richard Elrick, will to one Jackie Slabe 
as many train tickets to Miami U. as she 

I, Lynn Enter, leave my locker on the 

May you always be as tired when you get 



I, Marilyn Erzen. will one old CD 
aur Redi-Whip and a 5? spool of j 



I, Gail Gordon, leave Jan Thomas th 
ffice of vice president of Future Nurse 



o a younger Gortz next year. 

I, Barbara Gregory, leave all my good 
imes and yankee friends to my sister, Pat. 

I, Don Gotthalf. leave my membership 

I, Elaine GoviU, will all the fun I have 
lad here the last three years to all the 
oming sophomores. "Take advantage of it." 

I, Susan Graham, will my ability to get 
hrough the halls without a hall pass to 



perienced underclassman. 

I, Hoy Hadden, will to Mr. Smith next 
year's co-op class and all the troubles that 
go with them. 

I, Larry Haddock, leave Jerry Korosec 
a dog tag with his name, address, and 
telephone number, for he has such a good 

I, NBtalie Halderman, will to Nancy 

Carney, Carol Dennis and Jan Golob many 
broken oboe reeds and shattered nerves, to 
Mr. Harper a music library that will some- 

We, Donna Hall, Pat Beran, Faye Pappas, 
and Garnette Kauffman, will our combined 
chemistry grade averages along with Mr. 
Judge to a fellow chemistry lover needing 



, Jn ll.lIU 






I, Tom Halloran will to Betty Alex, 
ind any other underclassman with a strong 
onstitution, all the enjoyable times and 
vonderful memories I have had at Euclid. 

We, Diane Hamilton, Jody Baker, and 
Carolyn James, do will our beloved battered 
ocker No. 1125 to any junior girls who 
lave long enough fingernails to peel off the 



, Artenc Huusare, hereby will to n 
:er, Alice, the use of the pool in n 
ence, and to Tish Binder a peek 
scles every so often. 
, Thorn losue, leave my shoes for sor 



■st table in tlu- catena. 

I, Warren James, will i 
o Rich Klishak. 

I, Joyce Jure, leave sev. 



and riots I've 
lill Jelinek, let 



tomb kit to any lazy junior. 

I, Chuck Jeric, will my seat at Panther 
Diner, fourth period, to John Kovach. 



juniors, by name of Karen and Fred all 

my make-up and money for gas next year. 

1, Bob Kaih, will my Cavaliers to Roger. 

sound frame of mind leave the many cut 

slips I have received in the last three 

years to some lucky (?) underclassman. 

I, Donna Kamm, will to Joanne Znidaraic 



I, Pat Kesslcr, will to Marie Facceri all 
the fun I had at Euclid and the cover on 
the bookkeeping book. 



the seniors who are lucky enough to ha' 



;hari Knowles, will my five-minu 
period to next year's co-ops. 
lob Knuth. will my £1,300 worth i 



my seat in first period speech class. 

I, Nancy Camm, will to the students of 
Euclid High, the knowledge of the man 
our school and city was named after. 

classman, the ability to sneak in the lunch- 
linc wiiluut getting caught. 

I, Clarissa Chauby, will my seat in first 
period speech class to any unlucky person 

I, Jo Ann Clarke, will to my sister, Bar- 



vith 



blai 



1, Joyce Clayton, will Miss Simon 
ibility to run her own errands. 
I, Mary Clements, will my dirty s 

1, Serene Cohen, will my sister 



sophom 



tn easy time of graduating. 

1, June Collcdge, will to my 
friends, in my Natural Resources class 
good grade. And to Judy Waschura 
daily love problems. 

I, Bob Coltri, will my seat in home i 



stay here for on» 



hool and tin- privilege I 



I, Carol H 



Whiteside one scholar.hip to the Electoral 


I, Judy Henry, will to Barb Meier three 


Betty, Joanne, and Sally my community 
locker, number 1G79. 




extra credits for her graduation next year, 




sSKJEf?" 1 


we hope! 


cil minutes to Miss Dotty Lee. 


I, Marcia Hill, will my Freddie and 


I, Roger Kornblum. will to Bill Aspinwall 


Floyd jokes to Mr. Lewis' new up-and- 




I, Ann Florke, will to some lucky bands- 


coming homeroom. 


I, Elaine Kovach, will my -eats in classes 




I, Dave Hillier, will my seat in Dem's 




faces of each band member so they can 


to any lucky junior who is fast enough to 


comes to Euclid in four years. 




grab it, and my persona! bowling puck to 


I, Jan Kozak, will to the school my 


all the fun of a senior year and of a Black- 
burn English class. 


Joe Parziale. 

We, Nancy Hoffert. Dale Seaman, Jim 




Gortz, and Marilyn Laurieh will to next 




I, Paul Frankovitch, will my front row 


year's seniors the ability to get on lilr" 


I, Bruce Kozlowski, will Ron Sopata my 




Blanch's nerves as well as we did. 


suspended parking space in the school lot. 


I, Judy French, will my brother, Tom, 








I, Jim Hoffert, will all my birthdays to 




Euclid. 

I, Eugene Fuller, will Dave Fuller happi- 
ness and success in his last and best year 




Euclid Avenue Drive-in to Miss Simomc. 


I, Patti Holtz, will to Dom Albertone 
my sweat shirt and to Jim Pegarro my 


I, Carol Krauss, leave my seat in Mr. 
Harper's physics class and Mr. Pillot*s trig. 


Bermudas so I will not be known as a 


c!aS3 to any junior k"I who i-* willinj; to 


and maybe have Mr. Pillot for trig. 






I, Laurie Gallop, leave all of my swok- 


I, Frank Horton, leave to my brother, 


our senior year to the juniors. 


ing, drinking (coke) and taffy-pulling to 


Bill, the ability to get out of school on 




Nancy Carney, and a pair of exhausted 


exit passes. Right, Mr. Graham? 


those fly-by-nites in this school my ability 


eyeballs to Mr. Judge. 


I, Don Howard, will my sensativeness 


not to get along with the teachers and 


I, Mike Gargetic, will leave. 

I, Carol Gauch, will all the fun, hard 


and my pipe to next year's Nobles HI-Y 


I, Ellen Krebs, will my wobbily old 
chair in psychology class to my brother, 


work, and joys and tears that come with 


I, Nancy Hoykar, will to my sister, 


Clifton. 


the best and last year of school to my 


Diane, the memories of three wonderful 


I, Carolyn Kreck. will to Mr. Robuek 


brother. 




the hope of getting a more efficient 


I, Carol Gnusby, mil my old moldy gym 






locker to some lucky sophomore. 


I, Mary Ann Hummon will to anyone 


1, Lane Krejei, will the memory and 


I, Jack Gleason, leave my parking place 


who has the nerve to drive or ride in Myra 


reputation of my purple rod to be carried 



Larkin's ear the best of lucl 



i by some deserving j 



THE SURVEY 



i she will definitely run up 
Leningcr, Lee Krziwinski, Barb 



o drive, and Debbie Atran the only 1 



We, Lenore Lcvkovitz, Jackie Runo, 
Seorgia Hunt, Judy Magalenga, Shirley 
Jieber, and Barb.. Anson will a certain 



We, Judy Magalenga and S 
ill the beat of iuek to the 1 
lajorettes, Irene Wolff and 


ally Korenct- 

.wo new heat 
Kathy Haas 


iater, Eileen Laurich, my 


Tiid " 1 ;,: 


J, Barbara Lustrik, will M: 
ounger brother who will be 
ext year. Good luck, Ken! 

I, Nancy Mangus, will all ; 
) be completed by my sopho 


nriy detention; 
more brother 


I, Dotty Marcus, will to ti 


le juniors thi 
inderclasamer 


I, Mark Marion, hereby wi 


li to "BOSCO' 



I, John May, will Mr. Bailey on 
■ecord player and spot light. 
I, David J. McCarthy, will 



I, Arlyne McCormack, will my Big Show 
mmber to Karen MePeek with lota of luck. 
I, Gordon McCracken, will to Mr. 



we had in the bookstore 
—But close the doorl) 

I, Ginni McDowell, will my ability t 



• f utui 



We, 



tcH« 



.- and Kay J 



■ will 



he rush from 12:00-1 

I, Rose Ann Miklavz, will my undesirable 
lieknames to the girls' lock room. 

1, James Miller, will my seat at Dem- 
ihar's sixth period. 

I, Mel Miller, will to Sandy, my sopho- 



I, Wayne Milligan, will my dirty sweat 
socks to some lucky underclassman. 

I, Beverly Mills, will to an unlucky junior 

class with Mr. MeColeman. 

boy to walk the halls alone. 

I, Ken Modic, hereby will Pat Flaes- 
garten's locker to Wally Gueskie. 



We, Peg Muraca and Elaine Mylar, will 

We, Russ Moses and Linda Lampe, will 
our seat on the band bus to any couple 
who can be as fortunate as we were. 

I, Tom Murphy, will to Edward Stoch 
a new pipe for his next year's home and 

I, Launce Myers, will my gas pipe to Ed 

Stoch =ince 1 have no use for it anymore. 

I, Louis Nagy, being of not so sound 



1, Ray Newcomb, will to Bi 
I, Lynn Neylon, hereby will i 



I, Pat Nipple, will all the fun and head- 
aches of being cheerleading captain to 
next year's captain and to Mr. Pillot a box 



Larry Nosse, leE 



I, Ron Patterson, leave this school one 

with a tom-tom and tomahawk, 
I, Dan Pasquale, do hereby will my 



1, Mike rvinok, h^c-l.y |«vt my beverage 
truck to Steve Wahl. 

I, Fred Peters, will my heart to Nancy. 

I, Nancy Petrich, will to Tom Potoear 
my ability to "get around." 

I, Bea Pickett, will my office of P.A. 
recording secretary to nest year's officers. 

I, Kathie Pierret, will to Fred Peterson 
all the problems I had with the juniors. 

I, Elaine Potichny, will my clogs to Dottie 
Lindstrom and Mrs. Lillick for future use. 

I, Richard Price, will my football uni- 
form to a future football player. 

I, Maxine Priest, will all midnight re- 
hearsals and falling Big Show rainbows to 



iophoi 



Carol 



I, Dennis Rash, will to some unsuspect- 
ing junior a seat in Mr. Blackburn's senior 
English class where everything can be 
learned from Shakespeare to the latest 
jokes of the day. 

I, Carole Reber, wish to leave my worn 
typing eraser to one much in need. Bar- 

I, Joanne Rayer. leave all the senior ex- 

I, Jackie Redfern, treasurer of home- 
room 212F, being of sound mind, do sadly 



r undeserving "soph." 



I, Lois Riehl, will to Mr. Vollman a 
I, Diane Rochkar, will leave Euclid High 



iarbara Roskoph, will Eileen Courtot, 
E-kat," the right to sit in "Dem's" 
the "sorellez" without Leni and me. 
letty Roth, will to Marlene Brinovec 
d orange crate bedstand with all the 

Jary Row, leave Mr. Bailey a few 



I, Willa Ryder, will next year's choir sec- 

I, Pat Samida, mil Mr. Bailey another 
set of hands so that he can get "things" 
done faster. 

I, Marilyn Samsa, leave all my unused 
Kleenex to some sickly sophomore; to my 
favorite aophoinoi- uiit -lightly used year- 
book; to Ron Watson one half of a chuckle. 

I, Donna Sanders, do hereby leave my 
hair rinse to Mr. McGinley, 30 I may 
always remember the way he used to be. 

in Girls Leaders to Jan Turk and I hope 

she and Marlene have as much fun as I did. 

I, Mark Sayat, leave to Harriet Sehultz 

1, Evie Schonhiutt, leave the crowded 
halls, good friends, and my empty locker 



, Linda 



Schrock, will my ve 
3 Sue Galaba so she 






>n the traditional singing in the rowdy 
heerleading station wagon. 

I, Gail Schwarts, will to a sophomore my 
eat in Mr. McGinley's homeroom. 

1, Dale Seaman, will the smallest foot- 
iaJi helmet and spikes to next year's foot- 






underclaasman, 



namely Bob Goble. 

I, Dee Stelluti, will my geometry book 
to JoAnn Buchar, and my share of locker 
1075 to Pat, JoAnn, and Nancy. 

I, Charles Stenger, will to the movie 

I, Larry Stenger, will my half used 
bottle of henna rinse to Bob Queen. 

I, Elaine Stermole, leave my collection of 
jokes to Mr. Pillot who really needs them. 

I, Barbara Stinson, will my innocent 
looks to any girl who needs them. 

I, Paul Strohm, hereby leave my long, 

who needs it. 

I, Jean Stuehringer, will the chocolate 
covered cherry candy bars to Mr. Brewster, 



a Tabor, will my left-o 



I, Vivian Skerly, will to 


ail the sopho- 


■ore girls the fun of i 




ym class everyday. Remen 








I, Ted Slapnicke, leave 




ill Telk. 




I, John Smeby, graduatini 


r June 4, leave 


ir. Rawlinson toothless. 




I, Ber Smith, will to thi; 


i school, which 


as given me my fondest m 




ling wonderful that has h 


appened to me 










) some unsuspecting junic 


r girl, namely 



. Lori Soderberg, will to MyTa Larkin 
shadow and to Sue and Jo all the head- 
es and joys of Homecoming. 



I, Martha Solon, will my physics book 
to some unsuspecting junior. 

I, Pat Stadler, will a certain girl, 
Margerite D., the pleasure of walking home 
alone with all the honking horns. 

I, Loretta SUnkiewicz, will to my very 

little sister (class of 60) my dilapidated 



with I 



i I had. 



; that she has t 



I, Chuck Tahon, leave my spot on the 

Italy, and my answer book to Tony Perotti. 
I, Dori Tapassi, will to the underclass- 
men "D" girls the right to eat in the cafe- 

I, Bill Tegal, hereby will my ability to 



old gym shorts. 

I, Ronnie Timco, will all the " 
printers to Mr. Galicki. 

I, Judy Town, will my horticulture book 

I, Joan Ulmann, will my first period seat 
in physics to some senior girl. 

I, Nick Vaccariello, will my caption in 
the yearbook to the Euclidian staff. 
Thank you. 

I, Dick Vah, hereby will Gary Pringle 
a place on the football squad and a seat 
next to "B03CO" at SEOM. 



I, Al Valenti, will to all the underclass- 
aen all the joy and happiness that can 
lossibly ring through the halls of Euclid, 
specially to my junior sister. Rose, who 
nay be here for a few more years. 

I, Gail Waldman, leave to Karen MePeek 

ontrived. To Malinda Shirk and N.F.L.— 
uccess in all speaking endeavors. 

I, Bill Walters ,will my golden voice to 
ome worthy, deserving sophomore choir 
nember like Bill Gorse. 

:, Jerry Watkins, leave to Wally Metchel 



[ had i 



I, Jim Wav 

Volkswagon. 
—a hope that 



, will i 



melly 



Whisler, will my doctor's ext 

n Wight, will to my brother 
football locker, 



I, Pat Williams, will next year's adver- 
tising manager of the Euclidian, all the 
good times I had and many more. 

I, Carol Wolf, will to another "driver" 
. Mr. Boerger's driving class, one beer 



•uck I 



close 



I, Frances Wolf, will to the lucky ■ 
clinic secretary, the job of cleaning t; 
mess from Home Nursing Club. 

I, Sue Wolanski, will to anyone wl 
wants it, the ability to sneak in two minut 



I, Mar 
obstacle i 
Gary ( 






eld. 



iillie Yager, will to Cathie Daugherty, 
the ability to be a big, bad senior. 
I, Patricia Yockey, will Doris Westbrook 

I, William P. Zhalcr, Jr., will to Karen 
MePeek, next year's "Big Show." 

I, Mary Zanghi, will to Janice Lausin 
one Paul S. and my place in the cafeteria. 

I, John Zanyk, will my seat next to Anna 
Crone on the band bus to remain vacant, 

I, Pat Zeiglcr, will Axolotl and Potrzebie