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EUCUDAN 



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Euclid Public Library 

Donated by Euclid, Ohio 

Kenneth J.Sims Jr. 



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Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

Euclid Public Library 



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THE i%o EUCLIDIAN 




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EDITORIAL 
DeRonda Elliott 
Mary Ann Fedor 
Marilyn Vincent 
George Nowacek 
Jon Vadnal 
Joyce Burns 
Peggy Krieger 
Kathy King 
Jim Crawford 
Dennis Bathory 
Libby Marino 
Gerry Coltrin 
Donna Petersen 
Kathy McMahon 
Polly Jacobs 
James McCampbell 



STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief 

Assistant Editor 

Picture Editor 

Assistant 

Assistant 

Literary Editor 

Assistant 

Assistant 

Mounting Editor 

Assistant 

Senior Editor 

Underclass Editor 

Art Editor 

Social Editor 

Staff Editor 

Sponsor 



BUSINESS 


STAFF 


Nancy Carter 


Business Manager 


Gary Canfield 


Assistant 


Marihelyn Nelson 


Circulation Manager 


Charlotte Shurilla 


Assistant 


Kathy Cole 


Assistant 


Paulette Goryanes 


Assistant 


Pat Schumacher 


Advertising Manager 


Carolyn Crennell 


Concessions Manager 


Carol Takacs 


Treasurer 


Gertrude Berthold 


Secretary 


Sharon Bizily 


Artist 


Britta Carlson 


Courier 


Arlene Urbancic 


Courier 


Pat Perris 


Courier 


Clayton George 


Sponsor 



EUCLID SENIOR fflGH SCHOOL 
7U EAST 222nd STREET 
EUCLID 23, OHIO 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 1 

THIS IS FALL 16 

ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 20 

CLASSES 42 

Bookstore 54 

P.A. Club 55 

Student Council 56 

Survey 58 

Euclidian 60 

Eucuyo 62 

International Quill and Scroll 63 

Movie Club, Camera Club 64 

Spirits Club 65 

FALL SPORTS 66 

Marching Band 80 

Majorettes 82 

Cheerleaders 84 

Homecoming 86 

Fall Play 92 

SOPHOMORES 94 

THIS IS WINTER 110 

WINTER SPORTS 114 

Mid-Term Tests 136 

Concert Band 138 

Cadet Band, Orchestra 140 

Chevron Society 141 

Choral Masters 142 

Euclid Choir, Girls' Glee Club 144 

Girls' Leaders Club 146 

Girls' Athletic Association 147 

Swim Club, Letterman's Club 148 

National Athletic Scholarship Society 149 

Foremans Club, Future Nurses Club 150 

Key Club, World Affairs Club 151 

Thespians, Stage Crew 152 

National Forensic League, Ad Club 153 

Friendship Club 154 

Future Teachers of America 156 

National Honor Society 158 

JUNIORS 160 

THIS IS SPRING 182 

SPRING SPORTS 186 

Fat Panther Game 194 

Elections 195 

Senior National Honor Society, Jr. Red Cross 196 

Panthers of the Week, I.Q.S 197 

Play Night 198 

Spring Play 199 

Swim Show, Big Show 200 

Spring Dances 202 

Commencement 208 

Valedictorian, Salutatorian 209 

SENIORS 210 

ADVERTISEMENTS 294 

Ad Index 342 

Senior Index 343 

Junior Index 345 



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FOREWORD 



There is something singular about a 
high school student — you can recognize 
one anywhere. About him there is vitality 
and a love of life. He wants to know and 
experience everything, for he is young and 
life is on his side. Yet, in spite of his ex- 
uberance, he knows the value of thought 
and he wants to make use of every mo- 
ment of his time. He has the desire to 
capture precious moments — to catch them 
and to hold them. His three years of high 
school go quickly; and though he tries to 
put as much into this time as he can, be- 
fore he realizes it his school years are 
gone. He has gained knowledge, how- 
ever, and has the memory of this special 
part of his youth. 

This book is designed to be a record of 
one of these three very important years — 
years made richer and more meaningful 
by associations with people. These people 
give each school year the special signif- 
icance which will make it memorable in 
the years to come. On the preceding pages 
are pictured the community and the 
school, both of which have made impor- 
tant contributions to our remembrances. 
But these institutions are only a frame- 
work for life, and in themselves would be 
unimportant — the people give them mean- 
ing. In the 1960 EUCLIDIAN we have 
tried to capture the personality of youth; 
we have tried to capture a part of the lives 
of the many people who have made our 
year what it was. 




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ALMA MATER 




Hail to thee. O Euclid High Schgol, 
To thy. name all praise vve. sing, 
Happy days of yoiithful picasiife,*'" 
Leari^ing, living, life sodt-ar. 
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Groping in the realm of the abstract, the youth tackles 
the printed page and devours it. For a time his books are 
food and drink to him, containing all the sustenance 
he needs. Glorying in being able to digest the words and 
their meanings, he transfers them from the book to his 
own mind. He realizes that the mind is one of man's 
greatest possessions, and as a good student seeks to 
nourish and develop its every facet. 




Youth's mind combines with his heart to give him 
spirit and faith in himself, his team, and his country. 
Spirit buoys him up so that he can go down in defeat 
and still emerge cheering, asking for another chance. 



Happiness between two young people brings with it 
the sweet promise of tomorrow. They do not see the 
lake, but they see its beauty in their dreams of what will 
be. It is not the mature, sophisticated understanding of 
adult minds, but rather the uncomplicated acceptance 
of youth. Tomorrow holds everything for them because 
they are young and the word "cannot" does not exist. 
They will go on to maturity and the scope of possibil- 
ities will narrow, but the beauty of the moment is theirs 
and, if they are careful, the promise of tomorrow will 
go with them until their tomorrows are gone. 






It is not easy for a youth to believe himself a 
failure. To accept defeat is difficult, for youth must 
win. Every fiber of a young body strives toward 
victory, and when this goal is met, he is happy. 
But victory merely whets his appetite for greater 
challenge — he is rejuvenated and fights still harder 
the next time. To give up is uncommon in youth, 
because the horizon of what could be is as wide as 
the sky and as endless as the stars. 



12 




Loneliness is ice-water and sour milk to the diet of 
the mind. It is the feeling which comes not only from 
being alone, for it is possible to be lonely in a crowd. It 
is rather the failure of a meeting of minds. It is the result 
of a lack of comprehension of thought on the part of 
others. It is something which is not easily overcome, 
even by the strongest of men; for loneliness is a lost 
thought or a dead hope. 



13 




Thought is a wonderful thing. To be able to drift end- 
lessly at the height of the imagination is a vacation from 
the reality which can sometimes be so troublesome. 
Where is she? Who knows, and who will ever know? For 
it is only in thought that one can be truly alone. It is in 
the thoughts of youth that the future is born. It is in her 
dreams and in the dreams of her contemporaries that 
tomorrow is decided. 



14 



Music is the art of the soul. It is the 
abandon and escape of the imagination at 
its most profound and subhme height. 
It is the beauty of silver clouds and blue 
waters. It expresses every emotion, every 
thought. Drifting, floating, it carries away 
those who can be deaf to all but the won- 
der and depth which only the magic of 
music can impart. 





Laughter is youth's own specialty; it is 
the mirror of his joys and happiness — the 
camouflage for his cares and troubles. 
His laugh is not always a truly happy one; 
for youth bears his burdens alone, laugh- 
ing sometimes merely to lighten another's 
load. But when he is truh' happy, the 
youth laughs with a sincerity that tells the 
world his soul is singing. For laughter 
kindles a spark from within that makes 
hope and faith burn brighter. 



15 



THIS IS FALL 

Autumn is beauty, for color dances 
everywhere. Chased by the wind, it plays 
with the sky and the dying grass, and 
teases you as it flies about, and makes you 
dizzy, for you want to catch it. The air is 
new and vibrant and it seems to say hurry. 
And you start to run with the wind and 
you run until you are breathless. And the 
world is a kaleidoscope of fire and blue. 
For a minute you stop, and you can see 
the leaves and smell them. The wind spins 
them into red and orange funnels, and you 
hear them cracking under your feet. You 
stand alone against the wind and the sky, 
and the breeze pulls and tugs at your hair. 





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Confusion and anticipation 



Juniors, confused on the first day of school? 






Receiving their newly assigned liomerooms 
is a big thing for sophomores. 



School begins on a bright September day. 



mark the first day of school 



The first grim reminder of the return to school 
was probably a sign in a department store window 
advertising back-to-school specials. It was then 
only a few short weeks until the first day of school. 
The days sailed by, as summer ones do. Curiosity 
mixed with apprehension was the feeling that first 
day of classes. There were the inevitable mix-ups 
with students being late, going to the wrong class, 
or getting lost in the halls. Being sophomores was 
the fate of one-third of our school. For them this 
day held special terrors. "Where's the library?" 
"Where's the gym?" and "Where's 326?" asked 



the thoroughly bewildered underclassmen. The 
first day also brought with it the realization that 
this was the beginning of a new school year, a year 
with many possibilities. One had to decide what 
he was going to do with this year. What would he 
learn and how well would he learn it? The truly 
serious student was determined to work hard in 
order to help build a better school and commu- 
nity. While taking part in the fun and activities 
that are a definite part of the school year, he real- 
ized that the beginning of school also brought with 
it decisions to make and work to do. 



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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 



BOARD OF 
FDUCATION 

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As he gropes through the darkness of ignorance, 
reaching toward the hght of knowledge, the student 
needs a guide to hold the beacon before him, to keep 
him on the right path. Wavering in his course, he must 
have someone to dispel his indecision. The administra- 
tion and the faculty always assume these major roles in 
any institution of learning. The faculty tries to give him 
some of its knowledge, while the administration 
guides him in the use of his new possession. Helping him 
to select the right career, directing his attention to the 
many pitfalls along the way, and inspiring in him a sin- 
cere love of learning, they make his student years truly 
worthwhile. 



21 




SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Dr. Lester E. Angene 



22 



Certainly no one stays the relentless rush of the 
seasons! Only in memory prompted by the fine 
record of this 1960 Euclidian can we make them 
static for the moment. We thus have the illusion 
of arresting the swift passage of time punctuated 
by the seasons which come and go so rapidly that 
the future becomes present and then past in a vir- 
tual blur. For busy people the whole of life is like- 
wise all too brief for the work needing to be done. 
Herrick said, "Gather ye rosebuds while ye May, 
old time is still allying." Life is short; art is long. 
Since time is limited we need to make worthy use 
of it. Your school experience should have taught 
you the value of time and the durable satisfactions 
on which time should be largely spent. 

For everything there is a time and a season. Each 
brings forth his fruit in his season. The word has 
come to suggest not merely a time of year, but a 
time for appropriate activities. The season passes; 
so passes opportunity. It is fervently hoped that 
your school season in life's year has been fully 
fruitful, equipping you with the values, attitudes, 
appreciation, knowledge, and skills you will need 
all your life. 

Sincerely, 
Lester E. Angene 
Superintendent of Schools 





DIRECTOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION 

Robert HoUoway 



DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH 

Meryl R. Baumer 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Left to Right: William Tomko, Mary King, Paul Reynolds, Grace Watkins, Dale Mansperger. 





PRINCIPAL 

Clifford G. Owens 



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Progress occurs when people become dissatis- 
fied with the things they have. This is true in all 
lines of endeavor. Each school year brings with it 
a renewed enthusiasm on the part of faculty and 
students to make the present year the very best 
ever. If we look back over the many accomplish- 
ments, few disappointments, and the real joy of 
achievement, we agree that this has truly been an 
outstanding year. 

Each season has its challenges. With the open- 
ing of school in the fall we must make every effort 
to get a good start. We must find our bearings and 
chart our course. There are new faces, new experi- 
ences, and new horizons. The happy and the suc- 
cessful person is the one who can keep all influ- 
ences in his proper perspective. As we progress 
through the school year, we settle down to a rou- 
tine and must not lose sight of the need for im- 
provement and change to meet our objective. 
Spring brings with it all the fragrance and exuber- 
ance of life; a renewed vitality as we approach the 
end of the school year. Life is always a refreshing 
challenge. Be one of its active participants. 

Congratulations to all who had a part in the 
preparation of this wonderful yearbook. Good 
luck and best wishes to the class of 1960. 

Sincerely, 

Clifford G. Owens 

Principal 



Making the change-over to the I.B.M. system of re- 
cording and filing was part of MR. GRAHAM'S job 
this year. He also made sure that there were enough 
classes of the right subject matter for the number of 
students enrolled, and that the students were equally 
distributed in the classrooms. He was also the advisor 
to the senior counselors concerning baccalaureate and 
commencement. 



Aiding undecided students in their choice of a college, 
MRS. SHEATS had the over-all responsibility for 
counselling both boys and girls about future careers. 
She was in charge of Career Week, as well as the testing 
program at the school. She also had direct supervision 
of the home arts and girls' physical education depart- 
ments. 



Dealing mainly with teachers, MR. HUNTER made 
sure that there was always a teacher assigned to a class. 
Students aren't the only ones who have problems, and 
in democratically conducted meetings with department 
chairmen, and also by personal classroom observation, 
he sought to help Euclid's teachers get to the base of 
their problems and instruct more efficiently. 




ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS 

Mr. Bruce Graham, Mrs. Harriet Sheats, Mr. William Hunter 



The welfare of all the girls in the school is a time- 
consuming job in itself. MISS GILLMAN's waiting 
room was usually filled with girls seeking her help, but 
she still managed to have time to supervise all the social, 
academic, and service clubs in the school, and take 
charge of the achievement reports of both the boys and 
the girls. 

DEAN OF GIRLS 

Miss Wilma Gillman 




One of the busiest people in the school is DR. 
BERGEM, the Dean of Boys. Acting as an understand- 
ing advisor. Dr. Bergem is involved constantly in the 
personal and school problems of the boys attending 
Euclid. He assists them in decisions concerning their 
futures and tries to give their school lives a purpose. 

DEAN OF BOYS 

Dr. Jerry Bergem 




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Our faculty... 




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Lillian Barrow 
Business Education 
Muskingum College 
Ohio University 
University of 
Pittsburgh 
B.Ed. 
M.Ed. 



Robert Addis 


Alvin Amster 


Social Studies 


Business Education 


Kent State University 


Western Reserve 


B.Sc. 


University 


Baseball Coach 


B.A. 




M.A. 




Marianne Artino 

English 

Notre Dame College 

B.A. 


Charles Asher 

Social Studies 

University of 

Louisville 


Sponsor, 


Miami University 


Sr. Friendship Club 


B.Sc. 
M.A. 




Coach 




Frank A. Aultz 

English 

Mount Union College 

Kent State University 

Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 
M.Ed. 



Paul W. Avers 
Mathematics 
Capital University 
Kent State University 
Hiram College 
B.Sc. in Ed. 




Olin A. Bailey 


Mary Lois Baker 


Science, Chairman 


English 


Rio Grande College 


Stephens College 


Ohio State University 


Carnegie Tech. 


Kent State University 


Lake Erie College 


Western Reserve 


B.A. 


University 




A.B. in Ed. 




M.S. 




Sponsor, Movie Club 






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Beverly Beeghly 
Physical Education 
Manchester College 
Bowling Green 

University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Sponsor, Majorettes 




Robert Bennett 
Business Education 
Ohio State University 
Mexico City College 
University of 

Amsterdam 
University of London 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.S. 
M.A. 



Harold Blackburn 
English 

Otterbein College 
Western Reserve 
Universitv 



Chairman, United 
Appeal 





Clemens Blauch 
Social Studies 
Kent State University 
University of Akron 
Ohio State University 
B.Sc. 



Katherine Bognar 

Language 

Notre Dame College 

Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 



Beverly Brenner 

Language 

Ohio State University 

Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 




Adrian Buerger 
Mathematics 
University of Dayton 
Ohio State University 
B.Sc. 



James M. Calvert 
Physical Education 
North Central College 
Ohio State University 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 
M.A. 
Basketball Coach 



Arlene Carter 
Physical Education 
Bovv'ling Green 

University 
Trinity University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Sponsor, Friendship 

Club 



Hugh Caldwell 
Mathematics 
Defiance College 
Indiana University 
Purdue University 
Western Reserve 

University 
Hiram College 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.S. 
Assistant Baseball 

Coach 

Pera Campbell 
English 

Defiance College 
University of 

Wisconsin 
Ohio State University 
Kent State University 
B.A. 
M.A. 
Sponsor, Student 

Council 



Lillian M. Centa 
Home Arts 
Fenn College 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.Sc. 
M.Sc. 
Sponsor, Junior 

Red Cross Council 






27 



Creators of new thought... 




Nancy Clark 


Carl Clements 


Mathematics 


Science 


Allegheny College 


Capital University 


University of 


Ohio State University 


Michigan 


B.Sc. 


B.Sc. 






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James F. Cliffel 


Jean Cox 


Mathematics 


Etjglish 


John Carroll 


Allegheny College 


University 


Columbia University 


B.S.Sc. 


University of 




Pittsburgh 




A.B. 





Gotta hurry, it's due sixth period! 




Robert Wall Crary 


Harold Daugherty 


^ Social Studies 


Industrial Arts 


1 Ohio State University 


Ohio University 


I Western Reserve 


B.Sc. in Ed. 


"" University 




St. Lawrence 






Mario DeLeon 


Forrest H. Diehl 


Science 


Social Studies 


California State 


Hiram College 


Teachers College 


Kent State University 


B.Sc. in Ed. 


B.A. 




M.Ed. 





William Demora 


Clarence Eckert 


Social Studies 


Industrial Arts 


Ohio State University 


Kent State University 


Kent State University 


Western Reserve 


Indiana University 


University 


B.S. 


B.S. 


M.S. 


M.A. 


Asst. V. Swim Coach 


Wrestling Coach 


J.V. Swim Coach 





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Wilton Eckley 
English, Chairman 
Mount Union College 
Kent State University 
Penn State University 
DePauw University 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 
M.A. 
Sponsor, Survey 

Editorial Staff 



Aloysius Galicki 
Industrial Arts 
Ohio University 
Western Reserve 

University 
Fenn College 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 



Donald G. tiscn 
English 
Western Reserve 

University 
A.B. 



Katheryn Gates 

Language 

Marshall College 

A.B. 

M.A. 






Ahmed Fellague 

Language 

Ohio State University 

Mexico City College 

B.Sc. in Ed. 



Glenn Fissel 



Audrec S. Fox 



Adjusted Curriculum Physical Education 



St. Vincent College 
University of 

Maryland 
Youngstown 

University 
John Carroll 

University 
B.Sc. 
M.A. 



Bowling Green 

University 
John Carroll 

Uni\ersily 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Sponsor, G.L.C. 



Clayton D. George 
Business Education 
Fenn College 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 

Sponsor, Euclidian 
Business Staff 



Beatrice Hamman 
Librarian 
Western Michigan 

University 
B.A. 
B.L.S. 



Ronald Harding 
Social Studies 
Ohio University 
B.Ed. 





Whadya mean you lost 300 One-For-The-Pan- 
thers tickets? 




Molders of personality . . . 




Dale Harper 


W. Dean Hawver 


Music 


Science 


Cincinnati 


Ohio State University 


Conservatory of 


Kent State University 


Music 


B.Sc. in Agriculture 


University of 


B.Sc. in Ed. 


Cincinnati 


Sponsor, Biology Club 


University of Akron 




Western Reserve 




University 




B.Sc. 




M.A. 




Band Director 




Orchestra Director 






Gertrude Hoeger 




Industrial Arts 


Charles A. Heller 
Science 

Marietta College 
B.Sc. 


Ohio Wesleyan 

University 
Ohio State University 
Western Reserve 

University 




Cleveland Institute 




of Art 




B.Sc. in Ed. 


Frank Hoffert 


Richard Hungerford 


Social Studies 


Industrial Arts 


Western Reserve 


Hiram College 


University 


Kent State University 


B.A. 


B.A. 




B.Sc. 




A Survey sponsor has an intelligent conversation 
with the wall. 



Thelma Huscroft 

Business 

Mount Union College 

Kent State University 

A.B. 



Jon Jacobs 
Mathematics 
University of Toledo 
John Carroll 
University 



Jack L. Jenkins 

Dramatics 

Indiana University 

B.Sc. 

M.A. 

Sponsor, Thespians 

Sponsor, Stage Club 



Miriam Jenkins 

English 

Ohio University 

Columbia University 

A.B. 

M.A. 





A thorn among roses. 



Fred Johns 




Albert Judge 


Milton J. Kadlec 


Mary Alice Kalka 


Richard R. Keay 


Mathematics 




Science 


Industrial Arts 


Business Education 


Science 


Western Reserve 


Kenyon 


Illinois State 


Miami University 


Kent State University 


University 




Kent State University 


Normal University 


Ohio State University 


Miami Uni\ersit> 


B.Sc. 




University of Florida 


John Carroll 


B.Sc. in Ed. 


Western Reser\e 


M.A. 




Western Reserve 


University 


M.A. 


University 


Sponsor, Sen 


ior 


University 


B.Sc. in Ed. 




Ohio State University 


Cabinet 




B.Sc. in Chem. 


Sponsor, 




A.B. 


Counselor 




B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 


Letterman's Club 


James W. Lindsay 
Social Studies 


M.A. 

Athletic Director 






Edith K. Lemon 




Baldwin-Wallace 


Elaine M. Lokar 






Home Arts, Chainnaii 




College 


Home Arts 






Northwestern College 




Wesleyan University 


University of 






Western Reserve 


Richard Lewicki 


B.A. 


Wisconsin 


Martha Jane 


Kennedy 


University 


English 


M.A.T. 


Ohio State University 


Adjusted Clinic id uin 


B.Sc. 


Edinboro State 


Assistant Football, 


John Carroll 


Ohio Univers 


ty 


M.A. 


Teachers College 


Track Coach 


University 


B.Sc. in Ed. 




Counselor 


B.Sc. 


Sponsor. N.A.S.S. 


B.Sc. 




They show us the road to knowledge 




Ruth Lovos 

Science 

Marion Junior College 

Radford College 

B.A. 

B.S. 



Marjorie Malina 

Home Arts 

Ohio State University 

Mexico City College 

University of Colorado 

B.S. 



Embert M. Martin 
Industrial Arts 
Iowa State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 



Phyllis Mastin 

English 

Eastern Kentucky 

State College 
A.B. 
Sponsor, Soph. 

Friendship Club 



Angelo Mazzocco 

Social Stiidies 

Ohio State University 

B.A. 

B.Sc. in Ed. 



Nancy McMahon 
English 

Bucknell University 
B.A. 

Sponsor, Student 
Council 



Dolores Morey 
Bitsiness Education 
University of 

Pittsburgh 
Kent State University 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 



Marita Mathews 

English 

Eastern Kentucky 

State College 
A.B. 
Sponsor, 

Jr. Friendship Club 



James McCampbell 

English 

Northwestern 

University 
B.Sc. 
Sponsor, Euclidian 

Editorial Staff 



Edmond Mize 
Business Education 
Ohio State University 
Ohio University 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. 



James Morrison 
Industrial Arts 
Bowling Green 

University 
Wilmington College 
Ohio State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
Sponsor, Varsity E 

Club 
Football Coach 
Track Coach 



Joseph P. Mayer 

Science 

Baldwin-Wallace 

University 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.Sc. 
M.A. 
Assistant Wrestling 

Coach 
J.V. Football Coach 



David N. McKelvey 
Business Education 
Muskingum College 
Indiana University 
Gregg Shorthand 

College 
B.A. 
M.S. in Ed. 



Donald Mohr 
Physical Education 
Baldwin-Wallace 

College 
Bowling Green 

University 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 
M.A. 
Football Coach 



Eugene Noble 
Industrial Arts 
Ft. Hays Kansas 

State College 
B.Sc. 





run ilm\n and help Mr. 
Blackburn get his finger out of his ear? 



Herbert Nold 
Industrial Arts 
Ohio University 
Bowhng Green 

University 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 
Sponsor, Foreman's 

Club 
Tennis Coach 



June G. Phypers 
Business Education 
Denison University 
Western Reser\e 

University 
Spencerian School of 

Commerce, 

Accounts, 

and Finance 
New York University 
Radcliffe College 
Middlebury College 
A.B. 
M.A. 



Frank Pringle 

English 

St. Bonaventure 

University 
St. Francis College 
Bucknell University 
John Carroll 

University 
Western Reserve 

University 
Kent State University 
Penn State University 
B.A. 



Michael Raicevich 
Social Studies 
Ohio Universit\ 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.Ed. 



Sharon Ramlow 
English 

University of Toledo 
B.Sc. in Ed. 




By inspiring imagination... 




Gordon Rawlinson 
Social Studies 
Alliance Junior 

College 
Baldwin-Wallace 

College 
Ohio State University 
B.A. 
M.A. 



Marcia L. Rust 
English, Journalism, 

Home Arts 
Ohio Wesleyan 

University 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 
M.A. 
Eucuyo Advisor 





John E. Reeves 


Hovt'ard E. Reminick 


Counselor 


English 


Kent State University 


University of Toledo 


Western Reserve 


B.Ed. 


University 


Asst. Wrestling Coach 


Columbia University 




B.Sc. 




M.A. 




Counselor 




Charles Reno 


Martin Reno 


Science, Mathematics 


Science 


Edinboro State 


Edinboro State 


Teachers College 


Teachers College 


Western Reserve 


Harvard University 


University 


B.Sc. 


B.S. 


M.Ed. 



David Allan Reser 
Mathematics 
Miami University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 



Leonard Robuck 
English 
Western Reserve 

University 
B.A. 
M.A. 



Otto Santos 
Business Education 
John Carroll 
University 
Kent State University 
B.S. in B.A. 



Donald Rinkes 
Mathematics 
Muskingum College 
West Liberty State 

College 
West Virginia 

University 
Ohio State University 
B.Sc. 
M.Ed. 
Sponsor, Camera Club 



Nils Roest 
Social Studies 
Denison University 
B.A. 



William E. Saul 
Business Education 
Westminster College 
Western Reserve 

University 
Erie Business College 
B.B.A. 



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Here's to Roest and the way he does the hula 



No food in the halls, Mr. George! 



Charles Sawyer 
Business Education 
Kent State University 
B.Ed, 



Carola Sembric 

English 

St. Mary's College 

St. Mary of the 

Springs College 
B.A. 




Delmar V. Smith 
Bt/siness Ediicalion. 

Chairman 
Ohio Northern 
University 
Linda Slavin Columbia University 

Physical Education International College 

Western Reserve of Business 

University Administration 

University of Michigan B.A. 
B.S. M.A. 

G.A.A. Sponsor Director of Placement 



Ruth Smith 
Social Studies 
Flora Stone Mather 
Western Reserve 

Uni\ersity 
A.B. 




Michael Socash 
Science 

Duquesne University 
Uni\ersity of 
Pittsburgh 
Westminster College 
B.Ed. 
M.Ed. 




And instilling good work habits... 




H. W. Spangler 


Mary Ann Spretnak 


Science 


English 


Heidelberg College 


Miami University 


Western Reserve 


Western Reserve 


University 


University 


B.A. 


B.Sc. in Ed. 


M.S. 


Sponsor, World 




Affairs Club 




Merwin R. Staines William A. Starr 

Industrial Arts Chemistry, Physics 

New York State Indiana State College 

University B.S. 

University of Colorado 
B.Sc. 
M.Ed. 



Sam W. Taylor. Jr. 
Music 

High Point College 
Northwestern 
University 
B.Sc. in Music 
M. Music 
Choral Director 



Edward T. Tekieli 

Business 

Glenville State College 

W. Va. University 

A.D. 

M.S. 

Asst. Football 

Asst. Baseball 



Dolores Stein 

Home Arts 

Kent State University 

B.Sc. 



James Stuckey 
Social Studies 
Bluffton College 
Ohio State University 
B.A. 
M.A. 



Helen Stewart 
Social Studies 
Kent State University 
Western Reserve 

University 
Ohio State University 
University of Zurich 

Switzerland 
University of Hawaii 
B.Ed. 
M.A. 
M.Ed. 

John Supance 
Industrial Arts 
Ohio University 
Stevens Point 

Teachers College 
Kent State University 
B.Sc. 
M.Ed. 



Dale Thompson 
Mathematics 
Butler University 
West Virginia 

University 
Muskingum College 
A.B. 



Norman Thompson 

Science 

Kent State University 

Western Reserve 

University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.A. 
Sponsor, Movie Club 



Clarence Swackhamer Julia Sweet 



Physical Education, 

Chairman 
Wilmington College 
Ohio University 
Columbia University 
Ohio State University 
B.Sc. in Ed. 
M.A. 



English 

Ursuline College 
A.B. 






Frank Trogha 


farla Urchek 


Anthony V. 


Fred .\. Vollman 


Paul J. Wallace 


Industrial Ails 


Physical Education 


Vaccariello 


Industrial Arts, 


Social Studies 


Ohio State University 


Kent State University 


Language 


Chairman 


Baldwin-Wallace 


Western Reserve 


B.Sc. 


Miami University 


Western Reserve 


College 


University 




Western Reserve 


University 


Bowling Green 


B.Sc. 




University 


Cleveland Institute 


University 


M.A. 




B.Sc. in Ed. 


of Art 


Western R.eserve 


Counselor 




M.A. in Ed. 


Kent State University 


University 






Sponsor, Ad Club 


B.Sc. in Ed. 


B.A. 






Faculty Manager 


M.A. in Art 








of Athletics 







What's the matter, Mr. Socash, pay check too small? 





Joe Banana leads his bunch. 



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Demanding consistency in all things... 




Miss Campbell strikes again! 





Oh! Those crazy 


drivers ! 








Stanley Whiteside 


George Wiley 


Beula Wilson 


Alice Woods 


Robert E. Yocum 


Margaret Zimmerman 


Social Studies, 


Co- Ordinator, Special 


Mathematics, 


Business Education 


Business Education 


Language 


Chairman 


Achievement Classes 


Chaiihian 


University of 


Kent State University 


Moravian College for 


Ohio University 


Oberlin College 


University of 


Oklahoma 


B.Sc. in Bus. Ed. 


Women 


Ohio State University 


Western Reserve 


Southern California 


Ohio University 




Middlebury 


University of 


University 


Western Reserve 


B.Sc. in Ed. 




Columbia University 


Wisconsin 


Ohio State University 


University 






B.A. 


Lewis and Clark 


A.B, 


B.A. 






M.A. 


College 


M.A. 


M.A. 








B.A. 














A meeting of the minds 




And in all phases of school life 




LIBRARIANS 

Left to Right: C. Shearer, B. Har- 
ris, D. Stevenhagen, B. Ham- 



SECRETARIES 

Row One: J. Boyer, M. Stein, A. Bell, D. Pintar. Row Two: L. 
Baron, J. Edwardsen, Y. DeLeon, R. Carlson, H. Ryba, M. Turk, 
R. Piper. 




With the snow falling softly, Euclid students walked 
up the many walks to the high school. The custodians 
were already busy shoveling the snow from the walks, 
anxious to be through and able to go inside the warm 
and lively building. Upstairs, the librarians were pre- 
paring for the early morning rush by reshelving books 
and straightening their records. As the bell rang and the 
day officially began, the office staff started distributing 
absence lists, their work carrying them through the day. 
Everyone gets hungry, and with the third period under- 
way the cafeteria staff prepared the wide variety of food 
offered to hungry Euclidites. As the day went on, the 
nurse's list of ailing people grew longer and longer. 
Mrs. Wise took temperatures and called parents, busy 
even as the last bell rang. Now, with the school day 
over, Euclid was alive with the jangling of keys and the 
clanging of pails as the cleaning staff took over the care 
of the nearly empty building and prepared for another 
school day. 



SCHOOL NURSE 

Helen Wise, R.N. 




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DIETICIANS 

Row One: E. Zimmerman, J. Paladino, M. Bitzer. Row Two: A. 
Eckenrode, K. Bauer, E. Brashear, C. Picciano, M. Klug. Row 
Three: F. Colbert, N. Stiner, M. Pesec, I. Sandberg, B. Thomas, 
J. Youngberg, C. Douglass, L. Straka, M. Dondrea. 



MAINTENANCE STAFF 

Row One: J. Ganser, A. Schepke, J. Ojnik, F. Marn, J. 
Manco, M. Sadaj, M. Berus, F. Peklay. Row Two: A. Fel- 
lows, J. Janezic, P. Clark, M. Mahne, F. Mlacheck, M. 
Medvesek, A. Konte, I. Miklavcic, A. Holny. 






CLASSES 



Part of the formula of learning is contained within the 
minds of those who are to be taught. There are the light- 
hearted ones who live in a careless world for themselves 
alone. They plan for a tomorrow that will never come — 
and time passes them by. And there are the ever won- 
dering ones who are lights in the darkness of ignorance, 
who become rich with the priceless gift of learning, yet 
humble with the knowledge of what they do not know. 
But one is necessary to the other, and each is a part of a 
class. With books as his tools and a teacher as his guide, 
each student must discover the magic combination of 
a book and a wondering mind to derive the most from 
the very heart of his school life, his classes. 



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"Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and to- 
morrow . . ." These are not the words of a 
happy optimist but of a senior ENGLISH 
student memorizing a famous speech from 
Macbeth. In another room a junior is 
searching out the symboHsm in "Thana- 
topsis," while his sophomore friend 
quotes, ". . . for Brutus is an honorable 
man." These are students participating 
in Euclid's four-year English course — a 
course strongly favoring literature and 
creative writing. 

Under the capable assistance of Mr. 
Jack Jenkins, Euclid's aspiring actors and 
actresses were taught the basic essentials 
of stage performance. Not only did stu- 
dents learn how to act, but they also 
studied the history of the theater and 
many facts concerning past writers and 
performers. Mr. Jenkins taught DRA- 
MATICS as an art and many of his pro- 
tegees have gone on to promising futures 
in the legitimate theater. 

A student, entering the room of Miss 
Rust's JOURNALISM class one day, 
would probably have backed out in sur- 
prise and confusion. Instead of finding a 
class immersed in its work of writing, an 
odd scene was presented: all the students 
were gathered around a table begging it 
to rise and tell the future. The table was 
not trustworthy, however. Its predictions 
proved false, and the class soon resumed 
its natural work of learning newspaper 
techniques, and clear concise writing. 



ENGLISH CLASS 

Et tu. Brute! 




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Dan Geddes and Bill Pugh attempt creative pantomime. 
DRAMATICS CLASS 



JOURNALISM CLASS 

Journalism is one of Euclid's most interesting 
and valuable classes. 




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L, 






SOCIAL STUDIES 

Right here's the northeast tip of the southern 
section of the Western Hemisphere . . . 



At least two courses of SOCIAL STUDIES were re- 
quired for graduates of Euclid High. The school felt 
that government and American history were necessary 
to the student's understanding of his country. Social 
studies gave him a chance to discuss governmental prob- 
lems that might have confronted his ancestors and might 
well confront him in the future. A better comprehension 
of foreign problems was received by the student and it 
was hoped he would emerge a better citizen with an 
intelligent and open mind. 



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LANGUAGE CLASS 

In language lab, Euclid students, as well as mem- 
bers of adult education classes, learn the proper 
pronunciation par excellancc of the language they 
are studying. 



Mrs. Zimmerman goes through many pains to 
teach her French classes proper diction. 



"Bonjour classe," comes through the earphones to 
the second, third, and fourth year French students. They 
are able to reply "Bonjour, Madame," into the micro- 
phones before them and hear themselves at the same 
time as Mrs. Zimmerman does. This is a new way of 
teaching LANGUAGES that Euclid has just adopted. 
French, Spanish, and German classes all use the lab in 
the experimental course. Students learn other languages 
by hearing and repetition much as they learned to speak 
their own tongue. 





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MATH CLASS 

In Mr. Rinkes' solid geometry class a bunch of 
cubes is examined by a bunch of squares. 



BIOLOGY CLASS 

There's something hshy in biology lab as Mr. 
DeLeon instructs Sharon Kinzie, Rose Mary 
Shultz, and Denny Drummond. 



Trying to visualize the abstract is somewhat diliicuit 
for most people, and this is what makes .MATH E.M.4T- 
ICS one of the most interesting and challenging subjects 
taught at Euclid High. The enthusiasm our math teach- 
ers show for their subject and the effort they put forth 
to help students learn makes math a popular subject. 
Serious students spend a great deal of time absorbing 
new formulas and solving problems, so that the teach- 
er's efforts do not go unrewarded. 



Boom! resounds through the lab as a student brings 
a lighted match to prepared hydrogen. The first weeks 
of a SCIENCE course are always confusing, and con- 
tain surprises every day, but most students will admit 
that the sciences — biology, chemistry, and physics — are 
some of the most interesting courses Euclid offers. With 
its many facets and outlets for the imagination, science 
is well suited to the American youth who desires to ex- 
plore the new and exciting. 



CHEMISTRY CLASS 

Diligent chemistry students e,\- 
periment into the unknown. 





Learning to drive was a serious respon- 
sibility that was undertaken with serious 
intent. Although the course was at times 
a lot of fun, the importance of learning to 
drive correctly was never forgotten. The 
good-natured DRIVING instructors were 
helped in their jobs by safe-driving films 
and the co-operation of a class of people 
learning to accept a mature responsibility 
in a mature way. 



Realizing that the automobile is a nec- 
essary part of our modern world, Euclid 
Hrgh offers to those students so inclined, 
a basic training in the complexities of the 
structure of the automobile. Co-ordi- 
nating the skill of the hands with that of 
the mind, each boy finds in the AUTO 
SHOP a satisfaction in at last discovering 
the technique of putting together that 
which he has taken apart. 



The two forty-five minute periods 
seemed to fly by quickly, as serious ART 
students hurried to complete their as- 
signed projects. The swish of a spray gun 
sounded in the crafts room as a girl put 
the finishing touches on her enamel. A 
dab of paint here, a few strokes of a pen 
there, and Euclid's future artists began 
realizing their ambitions, or just learning 
to be proficient at an enjoyable pastime. 




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SWIMMING CLASS 

"Feed them, they'll go away." The camera 
catches an underwater cross-section of Euclid 
students perfecting their strokes. 



"^^^T^ 



"Foul!" shouted the leader as the ball flew over the 
net. Sighs of good-natured disappointment were heard 
from the girls as the announcement came that the ball 
was no good, and side out was called. The volleyball 
game was all in good fun and healthy exercise, as are all 
the other activities in the PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
program at Euclid High. The best equipment, including 
the swimming pool, provided for a well-rounded gym 
program. The capable leaders and swim cadets were the 
student part of the supervisors who helped make gym a 
safe and enjoyable part of school life. 



GYM CLASS 

A tense moment occurs in a vol- 
leyball game as Euclid girls give 
the ball that final shove that will 
send it over the net. 




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BUSINESS CLASS 

Mr. Smith directs business machines class. 



Typing students learn speed and accuracy. 



Teaching students the operations of a business organ- 
ization was the purpose of the BUSINESS course. Stu- 
dent secretaries learned what they would be expected to 
do in the business world and were assigned work for 
which they were personally responsible. Practice forms 
were completed and letters typed on a variety of ma- 
chines to insure over-all competence. Special emphasis 
was laid on spelling and mathematics, for these are rec- 
ognized as important prerequisites of efficient office 
practice. 





SEWING CLASS 

Sew one, rip two. Euclid's industrious sewing 
classes learn to be future homemakers. 




A youthful, potential cook acting as hostess, ser\ed a 
well prepared meal to one of Euclid's more fortunate 
teachers, while in another part of the building a fashion 
show was presented to Euclid's girls. Both actions 
showed the fine results of Euclid's HOME .\RTS pro- 
gram. Using the newest equipment, the girls were 
taught the best and easiest methods to accomplish the 
art of homemaking. Perhaps years from now that same 
hostess will remember her early training in home arts 
when she realizes that her own famih has been made, 
happier by the value of her experiences. 



so AMMITTAXOIJ 
HVllKiilllAU) 




ANNOUNCER: "Good morning! Your P.A. 
announcers and audio technicians bring you the 
morning announcements for Wednesday, Oc- 
tober 7th." 

VILLAIN: "Heh, heh, heh! I've come to collect 
the payment on your mortgage. Heh, heh, heh!" 
POOR GIRL: "But, kind sir, I haven't been able 
to raise the money, (sob, sob)" 
VILLAIN: "Then you have but one alternative, 
heh, heh! Spell aphorism! Then I will forget the 
mortgage." 

POOR GIRL: "A— P— H— O— R— I— S— M." 
VILLAIN: "Curses! She used a Webster Diction- 
ary from the BOOKSTORE!" 
OLD MAN: "Nell, you saved the homestead!" 
POOR GIRL: "Yes, Pop, but I couldn't have 
done it without my dictionary from the book- 
store." 

VILLAIN: "The bookstore still has a few diction- 
aries left. Curses! Just 35c, too." 
ANNOUNCER: "You can buy anything at the 
bookstore!" 



The P.A. CLUB brought many kinds of un- 
usual announcements to the slowly-awakening 
students without fail every morning at 8:25. 
Whether it was for the bookstore, the student 
council, or any other school organization, all 
announcements and important incidents of general 
interest were brought faithfully to the entire stu- 
dent body by this hard-working organization. 



BOOKSTORE WORKERS 



Row One: J. Yanchar, B. Yanchar, J. 
Dragolic, D. Pisek, B. Bootz. Row Two: 



A. Shinagawa, D. Caldwell, R. Morris, 
J. Mirosavich, D. Collins, C. Cassel. 






These darn bookstore commercials! ! ! 




P.A. ANNOUNCERS 

Row One: B. Ellis, R. Humphrey, C. 
Crennell. Row Two: E. Braden, J. 
Ware, J. Kenyon. 



P.A. TECHNICIANS 

Row One: E. Glenn, E. Sullivan, R. Wanchik, B. "Ellis, B. Miller, R. Davis. Row Three: E. Braden, D. Mohoric, A. Barrick, B. 

M. Sovich, M. Vagasky, J. Dragolic, D. Habian. Row Two: C. Laurenson, D. Brown, A. Hribar. 

Forsberg, S. Barta, R. Lewis, C. Gent, L. Jones, P. Davidson, 





STUDENT COUNCIL 

Row One: L. Burk, J. AIlsopp, P. Benedetto, K. Tompko, 
S. Gault, B. Neff, P. Bauer, C. Bajec, J. Nada, P. Freed, L. 
Crobaugh, K. Zust, C. McBroom, D. Powers, P. Thomp- 
son, A. Stanwick. Row Two: N. Bohinc, D. Elliott, P. 
Tinker, D. Burlingham, J. Bracale, C. Masella, S. Steranka, 
S. Kinzie, A. Garris, F. Osredkar, E. Fuller, L. Berntson, 
K. Logan, P. Krueger, K. Cwik, N. Carter. Row Three: 



P. Harris, E. Sullivan, K. Wanchik, C. Crennell, J. Mulvi- 
hill, B. Carlson, D. DiTomaso, M. Skeivis, S. Spencer, K. 
Schuette, M. Petrik, N. Creveling, S. Reynolds, B. Lohrey, 
K. Cole. Row Four: B. Gauch, J. Kovach, M. Bathory, H. 
Theis, R. Hurlburt, D. Leutbecher, P. Petrovic, C. Zeitz, 
B. Kolthoff, P. Jeric, J. Harper, J. Pulver, L. Skomski, S. 
Lewis. Row Five: D. Mansperger, C. Orlando, J. Forstner, 



EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Row One: J. Foust, C. Eisenberg, J. AIlsopp, J. Forstner 
S. Gault, C. Freed, S. Spencer, K. Schuette, P. Tinker, J 



Maresh, J. Becvar. Row Two: Mrs. McMahon, Miss Camp- 
bell, K. Stevens, D. Bathory. 





"Point of order!" boomed the voice of tiie parlia- 
mentarian during a heated debate in the STUDENT 
COUNCIL. An excited homeroom representative was 
trying to win his point, and it was easy to see that inter- 
est was high and opinion varied among the other mem- 
bers. President Dennis Bathory gave the floor to the 
parliamentarian, who quoted Roberts Rules of Order, 
which called for a vote on the issue. The next area of 
business was the forming of a committee to discuss a 
problem which had been presented to the council con- 
cerning the "E" Room. Each student scribbled hurried 
notes for his Student Council report as discussion in- 
volving appropriating money to a club was begun. The 
period came to a close quickly, and after a motion was 
made and seconded the meeting was adjourned. The 
students left the room avidly discussing topics the coun- 
cil had presented to them. They hurried to their next 
class, glad to have been a part of this fine example of 
student government. 



B. Vicic, W. Ebert, B. Niehaus, T. Allen, M. Maizel, J. 
Kneal, T. Guy, D. Sarich, D. Zimmerman, J. Collingwood, 
S. Sutphin. Row Six: D. Jones, J. Foust, D. Bathory, D. 
Griffin, D. Stevenson, .1. Spenko, B. Tekavic, C. Freed 
J. Yane, B. Risher, T. Baker, T. Krueger, C. Eisenberg, 
G. Nowacek, J. Maresh, J. Becvar. 



OFFICERS 



Left to Right: Curt Freed, Treasurer; Dennis Bathory, President; 
George Nowacek, Vice-President ; Penny Tinker, Secretary. 





Though haggard and worn, their faces were happy in 
the knowledge that they had created. Stories had been 
corrected, headlined, and typed; pictures had been tak- 
en, and the completed product was on the presses which 
sang and made music to the ears of the listening editors. 
They could relax now for a day — the Survey was coming 
out on time! The sleepless nights and hectic days were 
forgotten, for the thrill of seeing one's story in print is 
one which a member of the SURVEY EDITORIAL 
STAFF would not exchange for any other. 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Jim Maresh 



SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF 

M. Pohto, D. Farrill, S. Steranka, D. Burlingham, J. Maresh, C. Freed, N. Gerl, C. Mahany, B. Tolar, F. 
Gonso, S. Spencer. 



4M'f> 





SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 

Row One: K. Peterson, J. Browning, D. Ambrose, S. Overman. B. Yanchar, S. Gibson. Row 

Sorchy, S. Hill, J. Allen. 



Row Two: C. Cercek, J. Schvvegler, M. Middleton, N. Schwarts, 



P. Jackson, T. Krauss, S. 



Summer sun is shut out as the Survey editorial staff prepares for 
the 1959-60 season. 




The SURVEY BUSINESS ST.\FF made the 
production of the school newspaper possible. 
Money was necessary before the paper could be 
printed, and an efficient system of distribution was 
needed in order for it to reach the hands of its 
readers. It was a hard job. but the staff worked 
willingly, spending long hours selling advertise- 
ments, not only for the Survey, but also for the 
football and basketball programs. Selling pro- 
grams, distributing papers, and collecting money 
during the subscription drive increased the respon- 
sibility. All was not work, though, and at the end 
of the year the staff could look back on an experi- 
ence rich with fun and new friendships. 



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EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF 

Row One: L. Marino, P. Jacobs, G. Coltrin, K. ford, D. Bathory. Row Three: G. Nowacek, M. 

McMahon, P. Krieger, K. King. Row Two: D. Vincent, J. Vadnal. 

Elliott, M. Fedor, J. Burns, D. Peterson, J. Craw- 



Devil-may-care Jon Vadnal and other Euclidian 
staffers prepare for their campaign assembly. 



Sounds from the EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL 
STAFF: ELLIOTT: My mind is made up! Don't 
confuse me with the facts! VINCENT: But George 
and Jon, you've GOT to take those pictures. 
NOWACEK: I'm hungry. Who stole my lunch 
TODAY? VADNAL: I'm sorry I'm late— I had 
to set my hair. BURNS: Krieger, wake up! We've 
got copy to write. KRIEGER: But the only time 
I can write copy is three o'clock in the morning. 
KING: But it's a pretty cat. Why can't we keep 
it? BATHORY: I don't have time to crop pictures. 
I might get a "B" on my report card! CRAW- 
FORD: Who stole my rulers? FEDOR: But I'm 
not fat, I'm just healthy. JACOBS: I'm in the 
mood for love. PETERSEN: Who wants to take 
ME home? McMAHON: Don't tell me what I'm 
trying to do. Let me figure it out for myself. MA- 
RINO: Everybody come to the Heights game. I'm 
marching! COLTRIN: Do you realize there are 
fifteen hundred underclassmen in this school? 




All the thought that went into the making of the 
yearbook would be of no avail without money to 
put the ideas into practice. Financing the EU- 
CLIDIAN is a hard and serious task which must 
be undertaken by capable students. These stu- 
dents must take charge of the sales and advertising 
campaigns, concessions at football games, indi- 
vidual pictures, and any other way to produce 
revenue they can dream up. All was not drudgery 
this year though, for the work became fun when 
it was done at parties and with good friends. Last- 
ing friendships were formed as individuals merged 
into a team to meet emergencies. A highly suc- 
cessful group, the 1960 EUCLIDIAN BUSI- 
NESS STAFF sold 2240 books, a record accom- 
plishment, and more than enough ads to keep the 
books balanced. 




Like man, I'm from way down under 



EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF 



Row One: K. Cole, C. Takacs, N. Carter, C. Shurilla, K. 
Wanchik. Row Two: P. Schumacher, A. Urbancic, G. 



Berthold, M. Nelson, P. Goryanes. Row Three: G. Can- 
field. N. Wicai, C. Crennell, B. Carlson. 





EUCUYO STAFF 

Row One: M. Nelson, K. King, N. Gerl, S. Middlebrook. Row Two: K. Bode, 
M. Pohto, M. Mann, J. Kreit, P. Schlarb, J. Stein, L. Kisli. Row Three: S. Saun- 
way, L. Chalfant, B. Reiter, F. Gonso, D. Burhenne, D. Collins, C. Freed, K. 
Haynes. 



Poetry is judged by depth, impact, and musical quality. 




Drawing from the wealth of talent in the student 
body, the EUCUYO presented a magazine filled 
with pleasurable reading. Letting the mind and 
fancy run free, these stories, essays, and poems 
explored a world of creative art seldom seen by 
the average student. It was edited and prepared 
entirely by the student editors who carefully se- 
lected the best of the material submitted to be 
printed. Presenting their talent search and sales 
campaign, sponsoring a dance to make money, 
acknowledging personally every contribution, and 
editing the chosen works — these duties kept the 
EUCUYO staff busy all year. The four editors, 
working with the rest of the editorial staff, co- 
ordinated the book and found that creating it was 
more fun than work. 




INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL 

Row One: S. Spencer, C. Mahany, B. Tolar, N. Gerl, D. Elliott. 
Row Two: C. Cercek, J, Schwegler, F. Gonso, M. Pohto, N. 
Carter. 



LQ.S. OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Marcia Pohto, Vice-President : Fred Gonso, Pres- 
ident; Betsy Tolar, Treasurer: DeRonda Elliott, Secretary. 




The goal of anyone dreaming of a lit- 
erary future was membership in INTER- 
NATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL. 

LQ.S. is an honorary society composed 
of the people who have shown outstand- 
ing interest and ability in the field of jour- 
nalism. During the spring, the new mem- 
bers were chosen on the basis of abilit\ 
and personality and were inducted at an 
impressive banquet. The LQ.S. pin was 
worn with pride by students who had 
spent much time and effort in one of our 
school's publications groups. 

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MOVIE CLUB 

Row One: O. Bailey, Sponsor; N. Tomsich, M. Poyser, J. Strausbaugh, J. Zakraysek, L. Williamson, K. Simmons, 
C. Pajk, P. Petrovic, K. Viviano, D. Pisek. Row Two: L. Weeks, J. Hartman, J. Boyle, L. Girod, P. Zebrowski, D. 
Kanner, T. Reya, J. Gandee, G. Henderson, P. Richards, C. Pierce. Row Three: R. Tomsich, H. Buscher, K. Schaub, 
A. Matko, M. Kellner, D. Ball, M. Pasquale, D. Urquhart, G. Braidic, R. Petrovich, L. Long. 



CAMERA CLUB 

Row One: D. Chapman. Row Two: D. Nettis, T. Vardine, 
R. Schubert, J. Lakatosh, D. Kne. K. Mestrovich, C. 
Schroeter. 




"Quick, get the projector down to 204. I have a 
test this period." . . . "Oh, for Pete's sake, you 
stepped on my sandwich." . . . "Listen, the noon 
movie starts in ten minutes and if I can't find my 
shoe, I refuse to leave this room because" . . . 
"There's a girl out here who says room 220 is sup- 
posed to have a movie this period and I" . . . "But 
really Mr. Bailey, I was there during the whole 
movie; I can't understand how it could have got- 
ten broken when I" . . . "Oh, come on; write 
something nice about the MOVIE CLUB in the 
Yearbook; you know we do a lot for the school, 
and it's a lot of fun, too." 



In Euclid's CAMERA CLUB, amateur photog- 
raphers could meet with others who shared their 
interest. Improving techniques, being a service to 
the school, and having fun were its purposes. A 
special pride came from seeing a picture one took 
appear slowly in the developing vats, and a still 
greater pride came from looking at it and knowing 
it was really good. Their pictures were used in the 
Survey, printed in the Euclid News-Journal, and 
some were just hung on the darkroom walls for 
their own enjoyment. 




OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Don Carlson, President ; Roger Brown, Vice 
President; Peggy James, Secretary; Dennis Bathory, Treas- 



The SPIRITS drifted from room to room, leav- 
ing behind the tangible results of their effort to 
create that very intangible something called school 
spirit. Haunting Euclid with intoxicating good 
feeling, they placed "Go Euclid" posters and signs 
which pictured their emblem, a ghost. The mem- 
bers' names were kept secret because spirit would 
be defeated if it were identified with specific peo- 
ple, but their efforts were no secret for they could 
be seen in pep assemblies and on the faces of 
people who proudly said, "1 go to Euclid High!" 




Carlson creates spirit. 



SPIRITS CLUB 

Row One: R. Elliott, P. Jacobs, V. Klima, K. Haynes, K. Cole, K. Stevens, M. Mitchel. Row Two: T. Gortz, P. 
Mushinko, G. Nowaceic, D. Carlson, J. Forstner, R. Brown, P. James, G. Berthold. 





FALL SPORTS 



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Hurry from class to the locker room. Rush from its 
sweaty warmth into the chill, crisp air. Perform calis- 
thenics — one, two, three, four. Run a lap, don't stop, 
run some more! Bodies sweat even in the cold air. Shoes 
are muddy. Huddle to hear a pep talk and plans for 
Friday night. Run back to the locker room, shower 
quickly, and dress. Listen to the jokes flying back and 
forth through the steamy atmosphere. Walk home in the 
dark with hunger pangs wrenching the stomach. Friday, 
come back to school — tonight is the night. Dress quick-' 
ly and steady those jumping nerves. Burst from the 
locker room all together amid cheering crowds of par- 
ents and best girls. Feel the brisk air awaken every nerve 
and sharpen the voices. Tonight there must be victory. 



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And away we go . . . The harriers stop for last 
minute instructions in a downpour at the High- 
land meet. 



Late to class, boys? 




Cross Country 



Though its participants are hard-working and 
successful. Cross Country never receives the rec- 
ognition it deserves from the student body. Work- 
ing long and diligently through the summer 
months in order to be ready for the grueling runs 
in the fall, the boys were in top physical condition 
for the weekend meets. Coming in second in the 
Lake Erie League and first in the district, eight boys 
from the team qualified for the state meet at Colum- 
bus. Euclid placed 5th at state, which was the best 
the team had ever done. Ralph Francis, an out- 
standing harrier, received the Panther of the Week 
for his contribution to the team, and other mem- 
bers were honored by acceptance into the Letter- 
man's Club. 





TEAM RECORD 




Euclid 


20 


St. Joseph (Preview) 


37 


Euclid 


20 


West Tech 


40 


Euclid 


27 


Shaw 


28 


Euclid 


18 


St. Joseph 


43 


Euclid 


15 


John Adams 


50 


Euclid 


19 


Latin 


42 


Euclid 


15 


Shaker Heights 


49 


Euclid 


15 


CoUinwood 


50 


Euclid 


15 


St. Ignatius 


50 


Euclid 


20 


Cleveland Hts. 


43 


Euclid 


22 


Shaw 


33 


Euclid 


18 


East 


41 


Euclid 


15 


Willoughby 


48 


Euclid 


20 


Lakewood 


35 


Euclid 


18 


John Marshall 


43 


Euclid 


15 


Glenville 


48 


Euclid 


15 


West Tech 


50 


Euclid 


20 


Cleveland Hts. 


40 


Euclid 


27 


Parma 
Wins 19 
Losses 


28 


1st Bowling G 


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2nd Lat 


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League 




1st District 






5th State 







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and inner spirit of a Cross Coun- 
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Weldon Kytle 



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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 



Row One: A. Lucci, K. Malchow, R. Constantine, D. Jones, P. 
Jackson, J. Jerele, F. Hanes, S. Allen, J. Spenko, D. Delsanter, 
B. Knox. Row Two: W. Kytle, D. Ehas, D. Novak, D. Knaus, 
K. Zust, C. Taylor, R. Bright, E. Francis, R. Haller, B. Graus, 
L. Dennis. Row Three: J. Gliebe, J. Beres. D. Kaye, J. Petersen, 
J. Kaleal, R. Francis, L. Frazee, R. Klann. R. Bates. D. Geddes. 
W, Janitz. 



COACHES AND CAPTAIN 

Coach D. Thompson, Captain 
Tony Lucci, Coach M. Kadlec. 




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Dave Jones takes the ball over for a spectacular touchdown in 
spite of the efforts of his opponent who just misses. 




Football ... Second in 



"Ready?" "Fight!" "Ready?" "Fight!" The 
voices of a determined group of hard-working 
boys came from the practice field as the night of 
the big game approached. Spirits soared high as 
the 1959 football team, sparked by such outstand- 
ing players as Bruce Mason, a Press all-star, and 
Pete Mushinko, a member of the News dream 
team, charged out onto the field. In the first game 
against Maple Heights, halfback Jim Thomas 
gained ninety yards rushing, and Tom Gortz 
scored twelve of Euchd's twenty points, making it 
a Euclid victory. The second game against West 
Tech was the best game of the season offensively. 
The Panthers gained three hundred sixty-seven 
yards and shut-out West Tech 30-0. Ron Patrick 
set a school record of one hundred fifty-two yards 
gained in rushing. The game at Willoughby-North 
was fast-moving and exciting. Though the Pan- 
thers lost, Ron Patrick ran eighty yards for a 
touchdown. 





the Lake Erie League 



A Panther and a Shaker Raider 
leap high for a pass at the after- 
noon game at Shaker Heights. 



Players on the bench reflect many emotions as they watch the 
action of their teammates on the field. 




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ion of Coach Don Mohr was the Panther 
shutout of Shaw. The Panthers refused 
to give ground to the tough Shaw Cardi- 
nals, and Homecoming 1959 was a suc- 
cess. At Cleveland Heights the team 
gained sixty yards on a kickoff return as 
Pete Mushinko and Dave Sprochi acted 
as the outstanding defense players. The 
Panthers' archrivals, St. Joseph, won the 
annual neighborhood contest, but George 
Nowacek made nine tackles and Dick 
Graafmeyer passed for a gain of one 
hundred twenty yards. Though some 
players received more recognition than 
others, it took the efforts of the entire 
team to bring home those Euclid victories. 



Football action at its best is shown in this grap- 
pling hold by the gridmen, in a desperate attempt 
to gain possession of the ball. 




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VARSITY TEAM AND COACHES 



Left to Right: Coaches E. Tekieli, C. Asher, D. Mohr, A. Galicki, 
J. Morrison. Row One: J. Forker, B. Mason, N. Lauter, L. 
Schneider, K. Kalinowski, P. Maskunas, D. Hyne, D. Jones, D. 
Sprochi, C. Schlegel, T. Rankin, T. Gortz, S. Everett, R. Patrick. 
Row Two: P. Mushinko, A. Aljancic, J. Struna, A. Matko, C. 



Herbst, G. Nowacek, F. Terrant, D. Colbow, \V. Biller. J. James. 
D. Lonchar, D. Graafmeyer, S. Gebe, G. Fowler. D. Yert. Row 
Three: P. Mason. J. Gessic, E. Carpenter, S. Berk, B. Boldin, M. 
Francis, J. Squire, D. Gray, G. Hager, E. Orazen, J. Thomas, 
W. Attamante, W. Sippola, R. Woodruff, D. Keyerleber, M. 
Sikora. 



MANAGERS 

J. Campana, B. Young, B. Yabroff. T. Smith 



Euclid 


20 


Maple Heights 


8 


Euclid 


30 


West Tech 





Euclid 


20 


Willoughby North 


22 


Euclid 


8 


Parma 


18 


Euclid 


26 


Lakewood 





Euclid 


14 


Shaw 





Euclid 


6 


Cleveland Hts. 





Euclid 





Shaker 


16 


Euclid 


6 


St. Joseph 
Wins 5 
Losses 4 


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There is one thing which instills in the soph- 
omore pride in his new alma mater and gives him 
something to cheer for — this thing is football. 
Within his own class there is a group of hard work- 
ing boys who did a great deal to promote this feel- 
ing, the J.V. football players. This year, Junior 
Varsity meant many things to those who took part 
in it. It meant hard work, it meant training, it 
meant teamwork, it meant fun — the fun of par- 
ticipating in a wonderful sport with others who 
shared the same interest — but most of all, it meant 
spirit. Perhaps the spirit was an accident, a some- 
time thing which came from the magic combina- 
tion of talented coaches and willing, able players. 
But those who lived J.V. football in 1959 knew 
that three men, the coaches, did more for the team 
than any spectator realized. Whether at home or 
away, the players on the bench also provided a 
lusty cheering section for their teammates. Wheth- 
er on the practice field or in uniform, all members 
of the J.V. football team put all they had into the 
game and still emerged cheering — proud posses- 
sors of the L.E.L. Championship. 




Junior Varsity ... L.E.L. Champs 



The J.V.'s showed promise in 
their first and only game under 
the Ughts. 



The referee watches the two 
Unes clash as Larry Whalen 
runs wide for a pass. 






J.V. 


TEAM RECORD 




Euclid 


28 


Maple Hts. 





Euclid 


24 


Garfield Hts. 





Euclid 


26 


Willoughby North 





Euclid 


2 


Parma 





Euclid 


28 


Lakewood 


8 


Euclid 


14 


Shaw 


14 


Euclid 


20 


Cleveland Hts. 


14 


Euclid 


28 


Shaker Hts. 


20 


Euclid 


6 


St. Joseph 
Wins 6 
Losses 1 
Tied 1 


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J.V. COACHES 

Left 10 Right: Coaches H. 
Daugherty, J. Mayer, W. Lind- 
say. 



JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM AND MANAGERS 



Row One: D. Powers, R. Pejeau, R. Dieckman, C. Ehinger, G. 
Starman, B. Fuchs, L. Smith, B. Reynolds, M. Estvander. Row- 
Two: B. Lilley, K. Gortz, D. Brinza, J. Curtis, B. Attamante, R. 
Bizzarri, R. Hasher, F. Diulus. Row Three: G. Dacker, L. Whalen, 
D. Smith, D. Vigh, C. Hayes, T. Reya, T. McGill, E. Prostor, A. 



Krampel. Row Four: R. Brigden, J. Smith, D. Morse, J. Sturm, 
F. Klemenc, B. Nowacek, D. Mason, F. Radatz, J. Schael. Row 
Five: D. Gillespie, D. Perkins, D. Mansy, B. Ross, Manager; D. 
Rini, Manager; J. Lakatosh, G. Korosec, H. Altenweg. 




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One of the band's most entertaining half-time shows was its presentation of Tic Tac Dough. 



Precision performance 



All right, pick up your tuba and let's start over! 





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Majorettes and band march downtown in the Columbus Day Parade. 



the marching band 



Half-time was opened by the traditional greeting — a friendly 
"hi" from the band and majorettes. 




"I now pronounce you man and wife." 
said Ralph Fross, acting as justice of the 
peace in the annual mock wedding per- 
formed on the band bus. The Euclid 
Marching Band is the possessor of man>' 
traditions, and part of the meaning of this 
year came from the people who took part 
in these traditions. The band was a spir- 
ited and talented group of students who 
presented a picture of precision in the 
bright lights of the football field at half- 
time. Their original themes and selections 
gave football fans interesting and different 
half-time entertainment, for the band sig- 
nified spirit at Euclid High. In their blue 
and gold uniforms the\ showed to Euclid 
and other schools the fine teamwork and 
spirit which were so much a part of the 
1959-60 school vear. 



It was a cold night and the wind whirled 
the falling snow into sparkling white 
against the lights of the Euclid Stadium. 
Shouts of pride burst the crisp, moving 
air as the Marching Majorettes came onto 
the field at half-time. In a flash of white 
skirts and silver batons, the majorettes 
with their wide smiles showed our op- 
ponents that although Euclid has a tough 
football team, we were not lacking in 
feminine counterparts for our mighty 
Panthers. The majorettes practiced long 
and hard to the music of the Marching 
Band to achieve the results shown at the 
games. Their flying batons became a part 
of the silver snow. The grace and ease 
with which they executed their routines 
was something of which every Euclid stu- 
dent has a right to be proud. 




HEAD MAJORETTES 

Pat Relyea and Bonnie Fox 



Led by Marching Majorettes 



MAJORETTES 

Left to Right: D. Huszar, D. Paul, M. Randazzo, J. Gibson, S. Schott, P. Relyea, B. Fox, J. Dolenc, 
J. Nada, P. Brennen, K. Eddy, P. Magalenga. 





MAJORLITL SLBSMTLTES 

Left to Right: L. Tucceri, N. Harding, K, Collier, B. Romisher, L. Marino. 



"Hi Ma!" Virginia Klima hams it up while the 
majorettes huddle to keep warm. 





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Jay Roberts 



June Allen 



Mary Summers 



Cheerleaders support spirit 



Cries of "Go, Panthers, Go!" resounded from 
the Euclid stadium as excited fans shouted their 
pride and faith in their team. On the track, six 
girls in blue and gold yelled loudest of all. Their 
excitement showed on their faces and in their 
shining eyes as they jumped and clapped for a 
Euclid victory. As cheerleaders, they led the. yell- 
ing crowd; they were the leaders of spirit. But the 
cheers were only the audible part of the deep feel- 
ing of school spirit which they helped to develop. 
They will remember always the voices of the crowd 
in the stands and the flying confetti in the bright 
field lights, and their spirited cries will be held in 
the memories of Euclid students for many years 
to come. 




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Linda Braund, Captain 



Donna Hunston 



Peggy James 



Cheerleaders, elated and eager, siiout for vic- 
tory as a Euclid man nears his goal. 




J.V. CHEERLEADERS 

Row One: M. Church, B. Bogatay, Captain. Row Two: K. Zust, J. Feith. .Rom- 
Three: P. Freed, C. McBroom. 





Hyne and Mushinko throw the Shaw dummy to its destruction. 



Homecoming ... fires, floats, fun 



Students, teachers, team, band, cheerleaders, and majorettes- 
everyone went to the bonfire, and a hot time was had by all. 




It was the Thursday before Homecom- 
ing and a red glow could be seen in the 
sky. "Roast Shaw!" in animated tones 
came from the circle of people around the 
glow as the Shaw dummy met its fated 
end in the annual Homecoming bonfire. 
The pep band played as the majorettes 
and cheerleaders led the milling students 
in victory yells for the mighty Panthers. 
The Homecoming nominees and the 
members of the team were introduced to 
the spectators at the height of the evening. 
As the crowd dispersed in the shadows of 
the dying firelight, many hurried to put 
the finishing touches on their club floats. 
Hours of fun-filled activity were involved 
in the making of these floats which took 
shape out of crepe paper and hard work. 
Each club was aiming for first prize in 
the float contest at Friday's game, and the 
excitement of something to come was the 
essence of this evening of fun and hurried 
anticipation. 




HOMECOMING NO.MINELS 

Row One: K. Eddy, K. Burns, P. Relyea. Row Two: M. Summers, G. Weatherly, P. James, K. 
Peterson, P. Amicarelli, P. Magalenga. Row Three: C. Nosan, D. Hunston, J. Nada, T. Tekancic, 
L. Crobaugh, P. Bauer. 

But fellas, Donald Duck isn't a conquering hero! 



Now how did that string ever get sewn to my finger? 





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"Get me outa here— I'm in the wrong float!" Girls' Leaders Club was proud of 
its third place winner. 



Conquering heroes celebrate 



Nowacek climbs high for the bell, and the team loudly rings out a victory. 




The autumn breeze stirred the dust in 
the deep night and drifted around corners. 
Lighted by a single, lonely bulb outside 
the gate, the stadium was alive with the 
shadowy memories of the weekend now 
past. In the dust could be seen the milling 
crowds, and out of the night came their 
voices shouting for victory. The music of 
the band from the now dark E Room 
where Kathy Burns was crowned 1959 
Homecoming queen, echoed in the still- 
ness of the night. The nominees had 
passed by that lonely light only the night 
before in a maze of color and feeling. Now 
it is gone, but in the glow of that light 
and the dust and the leaves will be held 
forever the memories of Homecoming 
1959. 



Victory 




Queen Kathy, surprised by the announcement, proudly ascends to her new throne 



Our radiant 1959 Homecoming court reigned supreme 

















PEGGY JAMES, Senior Attendant 



KAREN PETERSON, Senior Attendant 





JUANITA NADA, Junior Attendant 



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LYNN CROBAUGH, Sophomore Attendant 









Charming KATHY BURNS reigned as Homecoming Queen, 1'359. 



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CAST 

OLD WOMAN Carolyn Pierce 

LONESOME POLECAT Jim Richardson 

HAIRLESS JOE Dave Neumore 

ROMEO SCRAGG George McQuarrie 

CLEM SCRAGG Corky Lash 

ALF SCRAGG Bill Pugh 

MOONBEAM McSWINE Penny Tinker 

MARRYIN' SAM Pat Dickey 

EARTHQUAKE McGOON Lee Brewster 

DAISY MAE Elaine Skerly 

PAPPY YOKUM Bill Gauch 

MAMMY YOKUM Linda Leybeck 

LI'L ABNER Gordon Soeder 

MAYOR DAWGMEAT Ray Ferrante 

SEN. JACK S. PHOGBOUND. . .Steve Jenney 
DR. RASMUSSEN FINSDALE. .Jim Crawford 

GOVERNMENT MAN Ken Mestrovitch 

AVAILABLE JONES Terry Donaldson 

STUPEFYIN' JONES Diane Dreifort 

GENERAL BULLMOOSE Bill Kapke 

APPASSIONATA VON CLIMAX.. 

. . Carolyn Crennell 

EVIL EYE FLEAGLE Joe Kenyon 

DR. SMITHBORN Jack Yane 

DR. KROGMEYER Terry Siciliano 

DR. SCHLEIFITZ Frank Hadfield 

DOGPATCH WIVES.. 

Fredda Bentley, Sally Smith, Marilyn Vincent, 

Kay Snow, Janice Kreit, Linda Mcllrath 

DR. SOFTWICKE Jerry Salonics 




Mammy and Pappy Yocum in a typical scene from Li'l 
Abner. 



Backstage was a hectic dilemma as cast members pre- 
pared for their roles. 




"You deserve someone good-lookin' "... Elaine Skerly 
and Gordon Soeder in the roles of Daisy Mae ana Li'l 
Abner provided musical and dramatic entertainment for 
all. 





The finale — the end of a good play. 
FALL PLAY CAST 



Lil Abner ... a spectacular musical 



Which twin has the toni? 




Al Capp's comic strip characters came to life in 
our auditorium as members of the student body 
presented the musical version of the stage play, 
"Lil Abner."" With a cast of over sixty, including 
a live pig and chickens, Dogpatch, U.S.A., "the 
most unnecessary spot on earth," brought to Eu- 
clid's stage the warmth, the comedy, and the sad- 
ness which made its appearance memorable. For 
who could forget the singing voice of Marr\ing 
Sam as he sang of that Dogpatch hero. Jubilation 
T. Cornpone, or the spirited cries of Mammy 
Yokum as she rallied the Dogpatch women to 
"protect the rights of womanhood." Daisy Mae 
finally led Lil Abner to the altar, but the curtain 
closed before the final words were pronounced, 
leaving the audience to wonder if Dais\- Mae had 
reallv cauaht her man. 



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SOPHOMORES 

It was a new world — a world filled with strangeness 
and excitement. Junior high was left behind and the 
struggle to grow up had really begun. Turning his head 
in confusion, retracing his steps a hundred times, the 
sophomore tried to accustom himself to the bigness of 
his new school. Classes were different, too. for with high 
school came increased responsibility. He alone was 
responsible for work, and it gave him self-confidence 
and made him proud. He wanted to do everything at 
once for his mind was young and full of plans. He went 
to every football game because he wanted to be a real 
part of his school. And he cheered, softly at first, then 
louder as pride entered his heart. The warmth of belong- 
ing came, and he was happy as he felt himself become a 
part of the personality of his school. 



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Eager sophomores file in to their first assembly. 



Sophomores 



SOPHOMORE COUNSELORS 

Miss Edith Lemon and Mr. John Reeves 




"In you we vest our confidence," said 
the Class of 1962 in electing four out- 
standing members of the sophomore class 
to office. Working closely with the soph- 
omore counselors, they led their class 
through the confusing initial year at Eu- 
clid High and brought them forth sea- 
soned and useful citizens of our school. 
Planning the sophomore party was the 
first and only required duty in getting the 
members of the class acquainted with each 
other and the facilities of the school. Other 
activities were at the discretion of the 
counselors and class. These leaders in- 
stilled in their group a fierce pride, and a 
knowledge that they would be one of 
Euclid's best classes when they graduate 
in three years. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Ken Gortz, President; Mardy Church, Secretary ; Lynn Crobaugh. 
Treasurer; Bill Attamante, Vice President. 



into a new realm 



HOMEROOM 102 



Row One: K. Bahr, J. Auten. K. Balsley, L. 
Amato, M. Allchin. P. Alberry, L. Andrews, J. 
Adkins, C. Allar, D. /VlJancic, P. Bauer. N. 
Bailey. Row Two: L. Bacnik, W. Amata. C. 
Arnold, K. Avery, C. Balogh, R. Ahey, J. 



Bates, N. Anderson. C. Amato, G. .Ash. Row 
Three: G. Bacnik, H. Altenueg, R. .4rchbold. 
R. Alloway. D. Armstrong. B. Attamante. R. 
Alexander. B. Boettner. J. Aljancic. E. Bajec. 
A. Anderson. 




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HOMEROOM 104 



Row One: M. Boros, J. Bocskey, C. Wright, 
M. Bizzarri, V. Botz, D. Grano, B. Blasengame, 
J. Baum. Row Two: J. Donaldson, D. Myers, 
J. Bertosa, M. Bathory, M. Bernard, B. Belts, 
C. Bayer, T. Beckwith. 




HOMEROOM 104 



Row One: J. Beyerle, T. Belpuisi, H. Berthold, 
B. Bogatay, S. Beers, C. Bodnar, S. Berry, B. 
Boettner, D. Boehlke, J. Benlien. Row Two: 
A. Beyer, M. Trinite, B. Zinner, G. Bieffelt, N. 
Beeke, R. Beljan, D. Billings. 



HOMEROOM 108 



Row One: M. Breitsch, K. Blassingame. M. 
Budan, J. Chiofolo, C. Chinnici, S. Cavell, S. 
Clark, P. Bruch, M. Church, K. Cholewicki, D. 
Camimo. Row Two: B. Bowman, L. Burke, E. 
Bulieck, J. Cesa, J. Self, K. Bubonics, W. Cas- 



trovinci, W. Burlison, A. Bowers, B. Boehmer. 
Row Three: G. Brinovec, K. Bock, J. Hamill. 
J. Boyle, J. Bittence, D. Brinza, B. Bizzarri, R. 
Carpenter, W. Breeden, R. Brigden. 





HOMEROOM 109 



Row One: P. Corea, J. Craigs, R. Colt, L. 
Sipes, M. Cook, C. Couch, L. Clotts, H. Cum- 
mings, S. Crane, P. Corrigan. Row Two: W. 
Colonna, R. D'Amico, L. Crobaugh, N. Cole. 
S. Pureber, B. Corrigan, J. Cook, C. Collins, 



F. Collins. D. Coy. Row Three: R. Coprer- 
stien. J. Crahen, R. Chaunce, W. Dague, G. 
Dackor. J. Oker. E. Jarc. L. Crawford. W. 
Cooper, C. Coup. 




HOMEROOM 118 



Row One: N. DiPaola, M. Dodds. K. Cruder. 
B. Ellis. R. Dunn. L. Dey. K. Dailey, M. De- 
Motte. M. Dorn. Row Two: J. Gandee. T. 
Davis. R. DiVitto. F. Doljack. R. Dieckmann. 
P. Dollar. H. David. O. DeMarco. 



HOMEROOM 118 

Row One: J. Dean, S. Dadlow. M. Falcone, C. 
Fallo, M. Domitor. K. Cwik. C. Elbe, J. 
Eggleston. H. Dengel. Row Two: P. Davidson. 
D. Dolinar. J. DeRosa. R. Drear. M. Znidarsic. 
B. Duthe, F. Diulus, R. Dunker. 





HOMEROOM 127 



Row One: M. Fenster, J. Filolt, S. Feldman, 
P. Fischetto, D. Felmly, J. Fleshin, J. Feith. 
Row Two: C. Finley, M. Estvander, K. Fetter, 



L. Foy, B. Fifolt, M. Frager, G. Sandy. Row 
Three: D. Edwards, K. Fee. M. Fike. R. Fio- 
ritto, W. Ebert, C. Ehinger, F. Robbins. 



HOMEROOM 131 



Row One: P. Freed, N. Furniss. C. Fried. M. 
Gaylon, J. Gathercole. Row Two: T. Banning. 
B. Fuchs. R. Gasper, R. Frederick. J. Flowers, 
T. Frye, F. Fleck. 





HOMEROOM 131 



Row One: R. Gargulio, L. Freeh. K. Giesse. J. 
Francisco. N. French. Row Two: G. Furth, D. 
Garten. J. Foster. J. Frazier. J. Froom, L. 
Fowler. 



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HOMEROOM 201 

Row One: W. Gauch, V. Goss, J. Globokar, P. 
Groonis, C. Butler, S. Goodyear, N. Green- 
way. Row Two: L. Gribbons, G. Genzen, D. 
Glatz. M. Greitzer, L. Grajzar. R. Glazer, R. 
Goellner. 




HOMEROOM 201 



Row One: J. Gornick, S. Gordon, P. Hamilton, 
J. Gullo, M. Green, S. Shaughnessy, N. Hamil- 
ton, Ri Halderman. Row Two: C. Mangano, 
W. Gerl, R. Glaser. W. Grant. G. Elliott, D 
Gilespie, A. Gronert. 




HOMEROOM 212-F 



Row One: S. Heintz, S. Heasley, K. Harris, B. 
Helmick, B. Hava, S. Haney, J. Hendershot, D. 
Miller, F. Hellman, P. Harris. Row Two: L, 
Gunton, B. Haworth, R. Haller, C. Harrison, 
K. Hutchinson, B. Harper, D. Jannis, J. Hoy- 



kar, J. Grinstead, J. Harrison, L. Robinson. 
Row Three: L. Hansen, G. Hasselback, D. 
Gyongyas, C. Hayes, E. Padavick, D. Gulben- 
kian, T. Hamilton, J. Hart, K. Hall. 





HOMEROOM 218 



Roiv One: J. Hovan, F. Kirk, B. Kenyon, B 
Kimen, S. Kirk, C. Jonke, J. Koppenhaver. L, 
Koci, M. Kelly. Ron' Two: B. Hodder, B 
Young. J. Kasunic, C. Johnson, P. Johnson. B 
Kokal. S. King. K. Kimberly, S. Jones. J 



Colon. P. Machurey, C. Keidel. Row Three: 
J. Hodge, T. Jamnik, B. Henikman, R. Hughes, 
R. Horrocks, B. Herbst, J. Huston. D. House. 
K. Hola, T. Hudson, R. Hurlburt. 




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HOMEROOM 222 



Row One: I. Krogman, H. Krauss, B. Laddis, 
C. Krnell, G. Krecic, L. Kytle, C. Kosanovich, 
M. Krause, C. Kristoff, P. Lang, P. Krueger. 
Row Two: R. Vesey, P. lafigiola, D. Kne, E. 
Kozar, G. Krielow, M. Kulwin, R. Koskovics, 



W. Klich, B. Kaib, D. Klann. Row Three: P. 
Mikus, B. Jones, S. Karlovec, D. Kleinhenz, T. 
Jarvis, B. Klann, D. Kastelic, S. McCreight, F. 
Klemenc, T. Kelly, D. Kanner, D. Kaye, D. 
Kadunc. 




HOMEROOM 226-F 



Row One: P. Luse, C. Lutseh, G. Lerz, B. 
Luckay, S. Lewis, F. Lorence. B. Lohrey, M. 
Lasnik, B. Lentz. Row Two: B. Lefkowitz,,T. 
Krampel, J. Kurtis, P. Ludek, P. Lowry, J. 



Lonchar. C. Larkin, R. Koskinen. G. Langa. 
K. Krivok. Row Three: E. Leech. C. Lamb, C. 
Kos, G. Langlois, L. Kogan, R. Lange, G. 
Korosec, B. Leber, G. Kozlevcar, P. Kosiansek. 




HOMEROOM 226-B 



Row One: P. Mason, S. Malaney, D. Mac 
Askill, N. Malzahn. J. Martin. M. Marz. M. 
Manfredonia, N. Mauer. C. Marks. B. Mayer. 
Row Two: C. Lokar. B. Leland. S. Lipnicki, J. 



Macks, J. Mandel. D. Mattic. D. Magargill. B. 
Mallula. D. Mansuy. Row Three: B. Linsz. R. 
Lucha. B. Lilley. T. McGill. R. Leisenheimer. 
R. Lehman. R. Long. T. Leigh. J. Lohrke. 



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HOMEROOM 304 



Row One: L. Milazzotto, P. Miller, K. Mog, 
C. Meden, T. Miller, M. Milone, M. Mazza, D. 
Dardis, S. McNamera, K. Mihalic. Row Two: 
C. Martin, M. Medlen, D. Cabala, J. Miller, 
M. Miller, C. McBroom, K. D'Anna, K. Mc- 



Cormick, M. Milakovic, M. Milner. Rom' 
Three: K. Mehls, D. Mason, K. Mears, B. 
Miller. D. Miller. J, Mervar, D. Mester, D. 
Martin, J. Molinaro. 




HOMEROOM 312 



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Row One: L. Musteikis, B. Mushinko, M. Mon- 
tagner, R. Denore, D. Mylar, C. Novak, M. 
Myers, G. Murphy, J. Panesky, K. Morris, D. 
Morton. Row Two: M. Mihalic, B. Mutchler, 
W. Needs, H. Murphy, B. Neff, P. Opalich, J. 



Okorn, D. Morell, B. Murray, D. Mueller. 
Row Three: J. Moser, B. Newcomb, L. Morse. 
K. Neustedt, W. Morgan, A. Newman. L. Turk, 
E. Nainiger, B. Moster, D. Nettis. 




HOMEROOM 316 



Row One: S. Patchin, E. Petkovsek. M. Perme, 
S. Peterson, A. Pelyak, C. Pasquale. B. Ru- 
dolph, B. Pavlik, C. Paratore, S. Paylsen, J. 



Pejack. Row Two: L. Stegh, M. Ney, S. Novak, 
R. Ball, W. O'Coin, C. Orlando, R. Nowacek. 
K. Orazen, B. Opdahl, T. Ostkar. 




HOMEROOM 318 



Row One: S. Flood, M. Price, M. Prendergast, 
G. Potichny, T. Petrick, R. Picciano, B. Besed- 
nik, C. Pitt, K. Klishak, D. Potts, M. Plesea, 
R. Quigney, K. Bode, B. Miller. Row Two: J, 
Piskur, M. Powalie, A. Paulovcin, E. Palm, B. 



Peck. F. Pavlic, P. Parziale. D. Overberger. D. 
Paul. J. Pulver. G. Pointer, B. Ponce, B. Plag- 
gemier. Row Three: D. Perkins, R. Palmer, R. 
Pejeau, C. Parsons. D. Papesh, J. Payerchin. E. 
Payton, K. Pekar, F. Parsons, R. Otto. 



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HOMEROOM 325 



Row One: D. Radencic, L. Richardson, K. 
Rock, C. Reider, C. McSgiggen, S. Robasz, S. 
Reynolds, S. Robbins. Row Two: E. Pierce, M. 
Pistillo, R. Peterson, E. Petrich, V. Piscopo, 
D. Peterson. 




HOMEROOM 326-F 



HOMEROOM 325 



Row One: E. Race, N. Richmond, J. Romano. 
D. Roberts, L. Riebe, J. Romans, M. Rast. 
Row Two: T. Perlioni, D. Petro, W. Pettek. A. 
Polsinelli, J. Petersen, R. Perry, D. Powers. 



Row One: J. Schneider, A. Schelgunov, L. 
Ross, B. Sabula, B. Sapp, R. Ross, S. Saunway. 
Row Two: L. Reinke, L. Schulz, K. Ross, M. 
Scheer, B. Schulze, B. Samsa, P. Sawyer, J. 



Ross. Row Three: R. Rini, K. Reider, N. 
Raasch, D. Primo, F. Radatz, E. Prostor, J. 
Reya, W. Rinas. 




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CAFETERIA A 



Row One: J. Slaby, J. Sheppard, L. Scott, J. 
Sheridan, R. Skrout, M. Scribner, N. Berry, S. 
Sedmak. S. Seifert. Row Two: E. Skerly, J. 
Scott, P. Slitor, L. Skomski. S. Smekel, J. 
Schael. T. Schaffer, D. Schmidt, P. Ryan, J. 



Ryba. Row Three: J. Sandy, J. Roth, C. Ryan, 
W. Schuster, R. Sanderson, B. Schmaeman, C. 
Schroeter, K. Schiemann, D. Schultz, E. Ros- 
zak. 




CAFETERIA B 

Row One: J. Stefanski. M. Soeder. P. Sopata, 
P. Strang, B. Stefe. V. Stillinger, D. Smith. C. 
Spikula. Row Two: T. Sicihano. J. Senart. R. 
Sherman, D. Wilson. D. Shoaff. R. Scott. T. 
Skebe. D. Smith. T. Shearer. 



CAFETERIA B 



Row One: D. Stiscak, D. Strnad. D. Snyder, S. 
Spolar, S. Stevens, F. Stidworthy, M. Stapleton, 
K. Stomberg. Row Two: R. Smahz. G. Smith. 
M. Seleman, J. Smith, K. Roth, E, Schwartz, 
B. Sheppard. R. Sloban. 




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CAFETERIA C 



Row One: R. Tekalec, R. Svenwol, K. Tomko, 
C. Thomas, J. Tennent, K. Tilly, J. Thompson, 
M. Taylor. Row Two: R. Speel, J. Spencer, B. 
Stroh, T. Tekancic, J. Struna, J. Susman, B. 



Tekancic, J. Stemple, T. Snyder. Row Three: 
T. Spencer, G. Stanwick, G. Starman, W. Schei- 
mann, H. Spivack, R. Stefancic, W. Smith, W. 
Span. 



CAFETERIA D 



Row One: D. Urbanick, M. Tucker, J. Wald- 
man, D. Ullom, B. Tucker, R. Wanchik, M. 
Travnik, N. Tomsich. Row Two: E. Struna, R. 
Taylor, G. Sumph, J. Brazee, K. Travis, L. 
Stratton, V. Strum, D. Susnis. 





CAFETERIA D 



Row One: D. Schulz, D. Wagner, G. Trentel. 
I. Tucceri, J. Urbas, N. Torek. J. Vormelker, 
M. Wehrle. Row Two: C. Thomas, R. Stoner, 
C. Tomaro, F. Takacs, W. Trouten, D. Szaraz, 
T. Tomburrino, M. Troha. S. Thais. 



CAFETERIA E 

Row One: B. Winters, L. Winkler. B. Wheeler, 
S. White, S. Willcocks, D. Wohlgemuth, C 
Woda. Row Two: R. Vella, R. Wade, B. Vicic 
R. Vidmar, R. Tutulo, H. Vucetic, D. Vend 




CAFETERIA E 



Row One: 
S. Whitney 
Row Two: 
Varhola, S. Tumbry, J. Usalis, D. Vigh 



C. Wheaton, S. Wiskes, S. Wilson, 
, M. Wilk, D. Wheeler, J. Winkler. 
N. Latch, R. Wade, J. Walters, K. 




CAFETERIA F 



Row One: S. Znidarsic, J. Zeider, B. Woolson, 
K. Znidarsic. S. Zatko. N. Zimmerman. F. 
Zuchelli. P. Zaman. M. Yager. D. Wroniak, C. 
Young, R. Zuzek. Row Two: D. Winter. E. 
Brewer, R. Yurosko, K. Whelan, K. Wohlge- 



muth. F. Zingale, T. Yurosko, J. Zevnik. L. 
Young. Row Three: G. Wieland, C. Wendorff. 
L. Whalen, P. Zebrowski, J. Colan, J. Wiley, 
H. Winkleman, R. Kalnasy. D. Wieland. 




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THIS IS WINTER 



The sky is gray and autumn fades into the white 
death of winter. Snow flies around corners in 
whirlpools at your feet and the sidewalk is a field 
of white. The cold is everywhere. You walk 
quickly, marring the smooth surface with deep 
footprints, and as you turn to look at them you 
laugh for they seem to follow you. And the vapor 
of your laughter fades into the cold night air. Your 
eyes dance from the cold and you smile instinc- 
tively at people passing by for they, like you, are 
going to the warmth of clouded windows and the 
snapping fires of home. 



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Fun and frolic in the E-Room 



Friends find time 
to relax in the 
large lounge. 



As she finished the last of her work the student 
manager thought how different the E room looked 
devoid of people. She looked at the dark wood 
walls of the soda bar area and thought of the 
simple beauty with which it was decorated. The 
lounges, luxurious and comfortable, were filled 
with bright color and she could almost hear the 
laughing voices which filled them everyday. Her 
footsteps echoed on the floor of the huge ballroom 
and she could see girls sweeping by in rustling for- 
mals, while the band played to a happy audience 
of prom-goers. She realized what the E room 
meant to the students, for books and the thought 
of school were left outside, and only the fun and 
relaxation for which the center was intended re- 
mained. 




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Steady Tony! 
Student managers 
gain experience in 
soda-jerking after 
school at the 
panther bar. 



A cozy couple 
enjoys the tropical 
atmosphere of the 
small lounge. 




Mrs. Graafmeyer, 
E-Room manager, 
is also a good 
friend of many 
Euclidites. 










EUCL/D 
PANTHERS 




WINTER SPORTS 

The ground flew by under straining muscles: the ball 
bounced down the hardwood floor and swished through 
the basket amid the shouts of excited fans; there was a 
splash as a body entered the water. We heard the thump 
of sweating bodies against the mat and grimaced with 
the wrestler as he made a desperate attempt to pin his 
man. Now and then the coaches, red-faced and eager, 
jumped from the bench to shake a fist at the referee or 
help cheer the Euclid man on to victory with the rest of 
the team. But to most of us winter meant Friday nights 
and the anticipation of basketball. We walked through 
swirling snow and bitter wind and felt our hands and 
faces sting as we entered the warmth of the building. 
Roaring, pulsating, deafening, the entire gym was en- 
veloped in the spirit which winter sports provided as a 
welcome break in the tedious routine of classes and 
tests. 



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Up, up, up and away . . . Davis gets the 
jump on Parma. 






Basketball 



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The varsity basketball team had a fairly success- 
ful season but seemed to hit a bright spot follow- 
ing its last regular game. With its entry into the 
annual tournaments, the players showed consider- 
able improvement in individual as well as team 
effort. They downed three opponents in their bid 
for the state title. The most impressive victory was 
against East High, a team favored to beat the 
Euclid five by more than several points. The Cal- 
vertmen, however, had the Euclid fans on their 
feet cheering as they whipped East High 63-62 in 
one of the most exciting games of the year. A 
balanced attack and the best team play of the 
tournament were important factors in this upset. 
Euclid was awarded the trophy for the outstand- 
ing team in the EucHd AA Tournament. The 
starting five consisted of two seniors and three 
juniors. Weldon Kytle, captain of the team, 
played center and was the main rebounding power 
on the Euclid attack as evidenced by his playing 
during the tournaments. Andy Aljancic, the other 
senior, played forward. Though he was not one 
of the starters in the beginning of the season, he 
showed in the games and practice sessions that he 
was capable of holding a position on the first 
string. 



Muscles straining, 
Davis malces another two points with a 
high leap for the baslcet. 




District Champions 



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"Holy Mackerel, 

Andy!" Many 
shocks and spills 
comprise a fast- 
moving basketball 
game. 



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A jump ball starts an exciting game with 
Painesville-Harvey. 



The team members watch the action in- 
tently, each hoping he will be the next 
to enter the game. 



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Stevenson goes up for a jump shot. 



Other than Weldon Kytle, Dan Steven- 
son, a junior, was the only player with ex- 
perience from the previous year. He was 
the jump shot artist on the team and was 
responsible for many of the Euclid points. 
Tom Davis was one of the best all-around 
players. He showed great promise for the 
following year. Dave Colbow was an- 
other player who showed promise. He 
was the best dribbler on the team, a fine 
shot, and an effective defense man. There 
were, of course, other boys on the team 
who deserved a lot of credit. They prac- 
ticed just as long and hard as the first 
string, but did not always get to share in 
the praise and glory. 





"Wilt" Kytle dunks one. 



Andy Aljancic 



Dick Allen 




Weldon Kytle, Captain Dennis McLeod 






\ ARSn V BASKETBALL TEAM 



Row One: D. Gray, C. Fields, D. Colbow, D. Bathory, J. 
Bartos, J. Hudec. Row Two: Coach J. Calvert, T. Davis, D. 
Stevenson, W. Kytle, D. Hyne, D. Allen, J. Kurti. Row 



Three: W. Gibb, D. McLeod, D. Jones, D. Andrulis, A. 
Aljancic, J. Campana. 



'Stop the game — 1 lost my contact lenses! 







TEAM RECORD 




Euclid 


67 


Chagrin Falls 


59 


Euclid 


55 


Garfield Heights 


53 


Euclid 


54 


Parma 


78 


Euclid 


54 


Lakewood 


73 


Euclid 


41 


East High 


75 


Euclid 


61 


St. Joseph 


56 


Euclid 


59 


Shaw 


65 


Euclid 


71 


Painesville Harvey 


43 


Euclid 


57 


Cleveland Heights 


74 


Euclid 


69 


Willoughby North 


50 


Euclid 


36 


Shaker Heights 


33 


Euclid 


71 


Brush 


34 


Euclid 


48 


Parma 


52 


Euclid 


57 


Lakewood 


73 


Euclid 


62 


Shaw 


54 


Euclid 


62 


Cleveland Heights 


43 


Euclid 


57 


Shaker 


66 


WINS- 


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Of the fifty-five boys who tried out for the J.V. 
basketball squad only nineteen boys received uni- 
forms. This in itself showed the high standards 
required to be on the team. As Lake Erie League 
Co-Champs with Lakewood these boys showed 
their tremendous team spirit and desire. Coach 
Daugherty remarked that they were the best de- 
fensive junior varsity team he had ever coached. 
A different captain was appointed each game 
thereby giving each player a chance to know and 
experience this responsibility. Though teamwork 
was essential, several players distinguished them- 
selves with their outstanding playing ability. 
Dennis Perkins, who was moved up to the varsity 
team during the last of the season, was the best 
foul shooter and rebounder. Roy Palmer was an 
excellent offensive player, while Charles Ehinger 
proved outstanding as a defense man. Mike Bath- 
ory proved to be the best floor leader. Improve- 
ment was the goal of each boy, but George Mac- 
Quarrie was given the award for the most im- 
proved player at the annual basketball awards 
banquet at the close of the season. 



Perhoni gets the tip on a jump ball. 



Panther cubs net 



Perkins sinks another two points and helps the J.V.'s gain another L.E.L. victory. 





JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 



Row One: C. Lokar, K. Gortz, M. Bathory, H. 
Theis, T. Perlioni, L. Smith, R. Dunker, R. Scott. 
Row Two: R. Palmer, D. Perkins, G. MacQuar- 



successful season 



rie, C. Ehinger, D. Kaye, A. Gronert, E. Palm, 
M. Trinite. Row Three: Coach H. Daugherty, B. 
Lilley, B. Rinas, B. Miller, W. Pettek, M. Esta- 
vander, D. Pejeau, L. Gunton, J. Evans. 





J.V. TEAM RECORD 




Euclid 


57 


Chagrin Falls 


42 


Euclid 


43 


Willoughby South 


41 


Euclid 


44 


Willoughby South 


35 


Euclid 


45 


Garfield Heights 


52 


Euclid 


46 


Parma 


56 


Euclid 


57 


Lakewood 


47 


Euclid 


47 


East High 


53 


Euclid 


39 


St. Joseph 


47 


Euclid 


49 


Shaw 


38 


Euclid 


40 


Painesville Harvey 


48 


Euclid 


56 


Cleveland Heights 


50 


Euclid 


52 


Willoughby North 


32 


Euclid 


52 


Shaker Heights 


37 


Euclid 


50 


Brush 


32 


Euclid 


32 


Parma 


38 


Euclid 


65 


Lakewood 


66 


Euclid 


47 


Shaw 


40 


Euclid 


50 


Cleveland Heights 


49 


Euclid 


57 


Shaker Heights 


50 


WINS— 12 


LOSSES— 7 





"Hurry up, 1 haven't got my ticket to the Kool \ule Hop yet! 





"No, you can't have my bubble gum!" A Euclid 
wrestler goes through many pains in an attempt 
to pin an opponent. 




Wrestlers fight 



Euclid High has always maintained a 
desire to introduce the new and to im- 
prove the old. A fine example of this was 
shown in the excellence of the 1959-'60 
varsity wrestling team. Wrestling, as a 
school sport has just recently been de- 
veloped in many areas, while Euclid, for 
many years, has had a championship 
team. Led this year by co-captains Roger 
Brown and Chuck Schlegal, the Panther 
matmen retained the L.E.L. and district 
championships, placing 9th in the State. 




Euclid's on top again! 



for winning record 



Roger prepares to chalk up another of 
the many wresthng \ictories for Euclid. 






Joel Alexander 




Roger Brown, Co-Captain 



Orazen holds a definite advan- 
tage in this match, while his op- 
ponent struggles to get free. 




Schlegel gets ready for a take- 
down at the start of the match. 




Bob Candon 



TEAM RECORD 



Euclid 


19 




Garfield Heights 


22 


Euclid 


42 




Crestwood 


2 


Euclid 


38 




Berea 


10 


Euclid 


49 




Wickliffe 





Euclid 


24 




St. Joseph 


18 


Euclid 


24 




Bridgeport 


18 


Euclid 


37 




Painesville Harvey 


5 


Euclid 


33 




Mentor 


6 


Euclid 


26 




Cleveland Heights 


13 


Euclid 


23 




Shaker 


16 


Euclid 


33 




Rocky River 


5 


Euclid 


33 




Parma 


5 


Euclid 


34 




Lakewood 


5 


Euclid 


42 




Shaw 


3 


Euclid 


26 




Stow 


13 


Euclid 


23 




Mayfield 


12 




Lake Erie Lea 


gue 1st 








District 


1st 








State 


9th 




WINS- 


-15 


LOSSES— 1 









Bill Piper 



Chuck Sclnlegel, Co-Captain 



Tom Smith 



VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM 



Row One: T. Constantinc. D. Coy, J. Schael. R. Glaser, N. 
Angene, J. Kurtis, H. Webb, R. Candon, G. Furth. Row 
Two: B. Frye, D. Drummond, M. Dane, R. Brown, B. 
Risher, C. Schlegel, J. Weible, J. DeWolf, T. Mouhs, Coach 



C. Eckart. Row Threis : J. Spencer, L. Champa, L. Piper, S. 
Gebe, J. Baich, J. James, T. Rankin, D. Ehas, J. Kosach, 
Coach J. Meyers. Row Four: G. Fowler, B. Attamante, E. 
Orazen, J. Alexander, P. Check, J. Kuchera. B. Dixon, T. 
Smith. 




J.V. TEAM RECORD 



Euclid 


32 


Garfield Heights 


11 


Euclid 


29 


Willoughby South 


6 


Euclid 


26 


Cleveland Heights 


17 


Euclid 


26 


Shaker 


17 


Euclid 


27 


Parma 


14 


Euclid 


27 


Lakewood 


13 


Euclid 


42 


Shaw 


5 


WINS— 7 


LOSSES— 







Taut muscles and gri- 
maces of pain — all part of an 
exciting wrestling match. 



It was 3:45, another hard day of school was 
over, and the gym began to fill with noisy wrestling 
fans. As a newly developed team sport with an 
intricate method of scoring, wrestling had become 
one of the favorite athletic games at Euclid High. 
The many students and teachers sat in their favor- 
ite sections of the gym to watch either the J.V. or 
Varsity matches, both of which took place at the 
same time. The fast-moving hand-to-hand action 
a wrestling match provided was one of the reasons 
for the growth in popularity of the sport. Led by 
such outstanding players as Tom McGill and Don 
Gillespie the 1959-'60 J.V. wrestling team was, in 
the opinion of its coach, Mr. Reminick, one of 
the best sophomore wrestling teams ever seen at 
Euclid High. The J.V.'s had established the fine 
tradition of not losing a meet since the team was 
formed, and the 1960 team kept this tradition with 
a season of seven wins and no losses. 



McGill tries to take his man 
down, but his efforts go unno- 
ticed. The fans are watching the 
varsity! 




JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM 



Row One: G. Bacnik, J. Schael, R. Glaser, R. Haller, R. 
Sherman, J. Kurtis, K. Blassingame, K. Krivok, N. Raasch, 
Manager. Row Two: L. Morse, B. Hudec, D. Kadunc, D. 
Vigh, K. Wohlgemuth, D. Prime, C. Martin, W. Grant, E. 

t' 



Leech, Ass'r Manager. Row Three: H. Reminick, Coach; T. 
McGill, D. Gillespie, F. Klemenc, H. Altenweg, R. Brig- 
den, D. Smith, W. Attamante. 





Perfect form is displayed 
by a Euclid diver. 



Euclid swimmers and opponents 
off to a flying start. 




Swimmers show 



Though the team's won-lost record was 
not very impressive, a few swimmers left 
their individual marks in the school's 
swimming history. Ron Anderson, who 
broke the fifty yard free style record with 
a time of 24.4 seconds, and Terry Trauger, 
who broke the pool's record for the hun- 
dred yard free style with a 54.9 seconds, 
both represented Euclid at the State Meet 
in Columbus. Jim Ricket and Jim Kos. 
our diver, also traveled to Columbus to 
participate in the meet. Cheered on by 
the biggest crowds that have ever turned 
out to watch them swim, the tankers im- 
proved more at every meet. They finished 
still spirited and hopeful, aware that try- 
ing, not winning, was the important thing. 
Swimming gave them pleasure, developed 
character, and strengthened them phys- 
ically. 




skill and effort 



VARSITY SWIM TEAM 



Ron- One: R. Anderson, B. Molnar, D. Shields, J. Kos, T. 
Krueger, D. Daugherty, B. Nelson, R. Dacar. Row Two: 
Coach Rcsch, T. Young, K. Zust, D. Knaus, D. Lilley, B. 



Marton, R. Beljan, T. Trauger, B. Feith. Row Three: P. 
De\er, G. Huebener, D. Zimmerman, J. Collingwood, U. 
Stamm, T. Leininger, J. Whittaker, H. David. 



f^M Ji.J^c c ^ 





Ron Anderson 




Tom Krueger 



Dick Daugherty 



V- V 




Bill Nelson 



Dennis Knaus 




Jim Ricket, Captain 



Jim Kos 



\ 



JUNIOR VARSITY SWIM TEAM 

Row One: D. Mester, B. Vicic, R. Wade, J. Marsh, E. J^"»' Two: R. Hughes, R. Alloway, R. Gasper, C. Schroe- 
Bajec, A. Tucci, P. Ryan, G. Langlois, Coach DeMora. 'er, R. Zakraysek, B. Schmaeman, C. Kos. B. Fuchs. 



j(^ r*5 ft ,C5 



,a 



ir^,p,.nP:A'P 





^^^w^^^kL 




Kos springs high . . .tucks , . . and enters the water with knife-lil^e precisic 



It's a bird, it's a plane 







TEAM RECORD 




Euclid 


14 


Shaker 


72 


Euclid 


35 


Berea 


51 


Euclid 


39 


Shaw 


47 


Euclid 


26 


Cleveland Heights 


60 


Euclid 


31 


Lakewood 


58 


Euclid 


40 


Shaker 


46 


Euclid 


53 


Berea 


33 


Euclid 


70 


Wooster 


16 


Euclid 


38 


Shaw 


48 


Euclid 


36 


Cleveland Heights 


50 


Euclid 


26 


Lakewood 


60 


Euclid 


52 


Western Reserve Academy 


33 


Euclid 


46 


University School 
Euclid Relays 5th 


40 




Kent State Relays 10th 








Lake Erie League 4th 








District Meet 5th 








State Meet 15th 






WINS— 4 LOSSES— 10 







The Euclid High School INDOOR TRACK 

team again proved to be one of the strongest and 
fastest in the Cleveland area. Much of the team's 
success can be attributed to the brilliant coaching 
of Mr. Dale Thompson. Coach Thompson pro- 
vided the encouragement that was so vital to the 
spirit of the entire group. The desire and ability of 
the Euclid trackmen are not to be overlooked as 
very important factors in the success of the team. 
The one big event of the year was the indoor track 
meet at the Cleveland Arena, in which the Euclid 
team made an excellent showing. Returning vic- 
torious was one of the many rewards that made 
practice and hard work so worthwhile. 



COACHES 

Left to Right: J. Moirison, D. Thompson, M. Kadlec, J. Lindsay. 



INDOOR TRACK TEAM 



Row One: A. Lucci, D. Urquhart, R. Markley, T. Bizzarri, 
H. Manheim, C. Taylor, J. Jerele, R. Slayton, A. Pekol, T. 
Tekavec, R. Perry, R. Deickmann. Row Two: D. Hyne, K. 
Kalinowski, R. Bright, G. Spenko, C. Crone, F. Hanes, J. 
Balch, J. Zevnik, R. Sheppard, J. Smith, G. Gorsha, J. 
Spencer, R. Chaunce. Row Three: C. Hayes, T. Cebular, R. 
Francis, H. Luikart, D. Dondrea, R. Vidmar, H. Winkle- 



man, D. Sprochi, C. Tilk, E. O'Saben, F. Hadfield. Row 
Four: R. Graus, T. Dolan, V. Petrovic, R. Tomsich, J. 
Struna, G. Soeder, D. CipoUo, W. Boldin, G. Bayer, P. 
Jackson, W. Biller, L. Frazee, D. Jones. Row Five: T. 
Krauss, R. Klann, K._Travis, M. Kellner, W. Janitz, W. 
Bacon, K. Whelan, R. Taylor, L. Dennis, J. Squire, D. Del- 
santcr, R. Walk, S. McCreight, L. Turk, B. Knox. 





BOWLING TEAM 

Row One: G. Cosacar, C. Eisenberg, N. Medlen. Row Two: R. Bodmcr, R. Karicli. G. Taylor. 



A strike for Mike! 




Under the expert guidance of Coach Addis, 
this year's BOWLING TEAM showed such good 
form that everyone thought they would surely 
finish first in the league. Although they did hold 
the top spot for the first three weeks, they slipped 
to the second place position which they held for 
the rest of the twenty-week season. Supported b\' 
Gary Taylor's inspired bowling and sparked by 
Carl Eisenberg's three-game series of 605 points, 
a last minute rally brought the team to within one 
point of the league title. To come so close and 
still lose was not easy but Euclid's good sports 
accepted their second place trophy proudl\'. It 
had been fun to be a part of one of the best bowl- 
ing teams Euclid has seen. 



135 




The end of January signified that the 1960 
school term was half over, and to every 
student and teacher January 27th and 28th 
meant mid-term exams. Preparation for 
the hour and fifteen minute tests varied 
with the individual but almost everyone 
found time to study. School policy had 
changed and failure of the first semester 
resulted not in repetition, but in moving 
on to second semester work. The days pre- 
ceding exams found teachers in a flurry of 
activity in hasty review with the students, 
and helping department heads make up 
the tests. Many students took hours to 
study, while others, either because of self 
assurance or lack of responsibility, smiled 
carelessly at all the intent study going on 
about them. 



Between exams we went to the library for study 



Mid-terms mean study 



We joined the others in preparation . 



The quiet of the library was 
sought by many, either for study 
or just relaxation with a good 
book during the hectic two days 
of mid-term exams. Open all day, 
the library offered solitude and 
helpful information for students 
anxious to learn. The many 
shelves of books were constantly 
shifted by eager hands looking up 
last minute information. The li- 
brarians were especially co-oper- 
ative at this time, for they knew 
how important it was for honor 
students to keep up their averages 
and for borderline pupils to pass. 
136 





And we studied 



nd siudiud some more 



And most likely forgot the answers when the moment finally 
arrived! 




The cafeteria was filled with hungry 
people and propped-up books as students 
rushed to eat between tests. Exclamations 
of relief or worry could be heard as friends 
greeted each other, and some people 
didn't eat at all. As the lunch hour drew 
to a close, students hurried from local 
restaurants to return to the school; some 
with crossed fingers laughed about the 



possibilities of e\er seeing chemistry II or 
algebra IV, while others were seriously 
concerned. Teachers were just as happy as 
students to see the second and final exam 
day end, and they thought of the next day 
which meant more work of scoring and 
grading papers for them, but a \acation to 
the students who clamored for the doors 
in happ\' relief. 



137 





BAND INSTRUCTORS 

Left to Right: Mr. Sydow, Mr. Mitchel, Mr. Harper, Mr. Hershey. 



The Music Department 



The instrumental groups of Euclid High were 
pretty important to some of the students. Music 
lessons and the long hours of solitary practice 
were just routine, for the real reward came in the 
opportunity to join together with other musicians 
and harmonize. The Cadet Band, consisting en- 
tirely of sophomore players, had thirty-eight mem- 
bers who joined with the Concert Band on Feb- 
ruary sixteenth to present the annual concert in 
the high school auditorium. The Concert Band, 
with eighty-seven members, visited both Central 
and Shore Junior High Schools, took part in the 
Brush Band Festival, and acted as host for the 
District Band and Choir Festival. The string play- 
ers, who did not qualify for band, met approxi- 
mately three times a week to prepare orchestral 
numbers for the student body. The Chevron So- 
ciety, newly formed, was an honorary group of 
only fourteen members this year, who were ranked 
as first-class musicians by being able to play skill- 
fully music of a prescribed degree of difficulty. All 
instrumental players regarded this distinction as a 
goal to be reached. 
138 






BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND BAND SERGEANTS 

Row One: J. Turk, F. Gonso, A. Aljancic, M. Mitchel. Row Two: 
B. Knox, R. Fross, J. Wonnacott. 



BAND LIBRARIANS 

Left 10 Right: E. Wiltshire, M. Mitchcl, R. Schuiz, B. Hale 



talent in its many tempos 



iWT^f 



CONCERT BAND 



Row One: B. Hale, C. Lindquist, L. Mateyka, B. Roberts, V. 
Sestak, P. Banko, R. Barber. Row Two: D. Homer, J. Krause, T. 
Krueger, R. Schuiz, D. Plesnicar, M. Mitchel, J. Beutell, R. Gar- 
giuld, B. Valince, S. Prijatelj, E. Wiltshire, S. Rodd. Row Three: 
S. Gliebe, D. Busch, B. Nelson, G. Gibson, F. Gonso, H. Borth- 
wick, R. Fross, D. Maroff, K. Wilber, L. Liggett, B. Cooper, M. 
Gianasi, J. Balch, D. Haynes, D. Jones, J. Stoneback, D. Mans- 
perger, R. Felz, K. Meares, P. Hall, D. Sarver. Row Four: D. 
Constatine, V. Klima, J. Campana, G. Farwick, C. Mace, G. 



.^, 



Gezann, D. Semick, J. Whitehead, D. Novak, D. Mohoric, D. 
DeMarco, J. Wonnacott, P. Bennedetto, B. Eidenier, T. Tewell, 
D. Lilly, B. Reynolds, D. Koskonen, G. Spenko, A. Aljancic, 
D. Daugherty, S. Gruden. Row Five: F. Vantilburg, R. Taylor, 
K. Aufdenhaus, B. Knox, T. Vardian. D. Mer\ar, L. No\ak. J. 
Aufdenhaus, J. Gathercole, J. Turk, N. Presley, J. Balch, R. 
Hasher, C. Hopkins, Mr. D. Harper, C. Crone, B. Foxall, G. 
Canfield, D. Mog, J. Bittence, B. Mervis, B. Ross. 



W?<" 






w.?sia^^^^ 




CADET BAND 



Row One: B. Plaggemier, C. Richley, P. Leister, D. Snyder, 
K. Mog, L. Mateyka, R. Halderman, B. Jones. Row Two: 
R. Glaser, T. Reya, R. Zuzek, C. Lanese, D. Kanner, R. 
Leisenheimer, R. Hurlburt, J. Malokas, D. Myers, R. 



Dieckmann, D. Smith, H. David, J. Krane, L. Piper, G. 
Kalan, D. Shoaff, G. Granville. Row Three: T. McPeek, 
E. Roszak, E. Petrich, L. Smith, J. Payerchin, E. Brewer, 
Mr. D. Harper, A. Tucci. 



ORCHESTRA 



Row One: P. Brown, L. Johnson, W. Hayes, S. Wiskes, K. 
Tomko, K. Arnold, M. Tuhacek, L. Mateyka, D. Wroniak, 
M. Price, G. Heil, S. Stevens, B. Kimen. Row Two: J. Gath- 



ercole, M. Nelson, A. Newman, R. Gargiulo, E. Brewer, 
M. Gianasi, J. Bittence, J. Wonnacott, P. Benedetto, D. 
DeMarco, D. Plesnicar, L. Shulz, F. Stidworthy. 




140 




ORCHESTRA OFFICERS 

Row One: Philippa Brown, President: Lois Ma- 
teyka. Treasurer; Row Two: Arthur Newman, 
Vice President: Jim Wonnacott, Secretary. 




CHEVRON SOCIETY 

^oii' One: M. Gianasi, M. Mitchel, P. Brown, L. Plcsnicar, R. Hurlburt, B. Ross, D. Mansperger, 
Johnson, M. Nelson, E. Wiltshire. Row Two: D. L. Liggett. 




141 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Row One: G. Soeder, B. Tolar, S. Sutphin, T. 
Bizzari. Row Two: M. Vincent, G. Nowacek, J. 
Vadnal, D. Znidarsic, R. Petro. 



DIRECTOR AND ACCOMPANIST 

Sara Middlebrook, Accompanist ; Mr. Taylor, Director. 



OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Jon Vadnal, Treasurer; Betsy Tolar, Secretary; 
George Nowacek, President; Marilyn Vincent, Vice President. 






CHORAL MASTERS 



Row One: J. Krause, N. Martucci, C. Werley, L. Violanti, K. Ress, 
T. Kish, D. Langmeyer, K. Garland, M. Vincent. D. Znidarsic, 
C. Crennell, S. Theis, S. DiBiasio, S. Smith, M. Fedor, K. Coros. 
Row Two: E. Buchholz, B. Harwood, C. Mullins, J. Telisman, J. 
Roberts, B. Schmidt, J. Schwegler, J. Burns, P. Magalenga, N. 
Schwarts, B. Petersen, P. Roberts, N. Gerl, L. Jerabec, B. Tolar, 
S. Klotzbach. Row Three: S. Sutphin, D. Prudish, J. Lube, C. 



Glubaskas, R. Petro, J. Vadnal, J. Crawford, G. Bayer. J. Schulze, 
J. Yane, K. Halbedel, J. Jenkins, C. Cradis, B. Wallace, S. Stabler. 
Row Four: G. Nowacek, E. Jenkins, D. Sarser, J. Forker, F. Had- 
field, G. Okorn, N. Lauter, B. Boyton. D. Mock, T. Rankin, J. 
Petersen, T. Bizzari, D. Sprochi, D. Petersen, B. Rhodes, S. Mid- 
dlebrook. 



The bell rang at nine thirty in the morning and 
the last straggler got in his place. The chatter of 
voices ceased as Mr. Taylor addressed the group. 
Every eye was focused on him as he lifted his arms 
for the down-beat. The voices broke forth, usually 
harmonious, occasionally discordant. The EU- 
CLID CHORAL MASTERS practiced with 
sincere devotion to live up to their name and the 
reputation they held as the best in Euclid's choral 
music. It was a coveted honor to gain membership 
in this group, for all the students who auditioned 
were carefully rated on the quality of their voices, 
their ability to sight-read music, and to carry their 
own parts. These serious-minded vocalists had an 
unusual feeling of pride and loyalty for it was each 
one's responsibility to keep up the morale of the 
entire group. They went through many contor- 
tions and discomforts to find the tone of quality 
for which they were searching, but the experience 
of standing before an audience in their blue and 
gray uniforms and hearing the rounds of applause 
was well worth the effort ?iven. 



Choral Masters lead the Alma Mater at half-time. 




143 




EUCLID CHOIR 



Row One: B. Gauch, J. Cesa, R. Vidmar. R. Haller, J. 
Lanese, B. Morgan. D. Carpenter, H. Rose, J. Solonics, 
R. Lange, L. Singer, G. Genzen, T. Siciliano. Row Two: 
C. Esterbrook, D. Unterberger, P. Goryanes, D. Am- 
brose, E. Leske, T. Spencer, J. Benner, J. Pike, L. Mc- 
Ilrath, L. Leybeck. Row Three: S. Beverick, C. White, B. 
Daugherty, J. Danch, P. Tinker, T. McPeek, G. Ostrow- 
ski, S. Lewis, B. Deertz, J. Suhar, J. Cimperman, S. Niel- 



lieisen, G. Mathson, K. Snow. Row Four: L. Marino, S. 
Overman. S. Shea. I. Rakas. L. Kish. D. Knaus. D. Ma- 
son. K. Pekar. W. Petro. B. Kish. C. Kuthe. S. Stanwick, 
S. Ralls, L. Green, F. Bently. Row Five: P. Petrovic, K. 
Peterson, J. Browning, M. Summers. J. Kreit. L. Erj- 
avec, R. Palmer, O. DeMarco, D. Neumore. F. Fleck. 
D. Geddes, D. Polo, L. Novak. P. Duty. C. Bybee. P. 
Guth, M. Sabetti. 



The EUCLID CHOIR, with its many excellent 
voices, added to the quality of the year's choral 
assemblies. Proudly displaying the new blue and 
gold choir robes, they presented the beautiful 
music of the world's great composers to the rest 
of the student body. Many times during the year 
the members of the Euclid Choir combined with 
members of the Euclid Choral Masters to present 
programs of the finest music possible. Although 
they were not always rewarded with the applause 
they deserved, these singers, nevertheless, con- 
tinued to practice every day, striving for better 
quality of sound. 



Members of Euclid Choir don their robes in preparation for 
program. 




144 




All sophomore girls who had the interest were 
urged to audition for the GIRL'S GLEE CLLB. 

Emphasis of the organization was not on a supe- 
rior voice, but on the desire to sing and the ability 
to blend well as a group. It was an opportunity for 
girls to sing the wealth of choral music written for 
female voices. The Girls' Glee Club, in addition to 
singing as a massed chorus with the other choirs, 
sang special numbers at assemblies for their own 
class. Clad in a blue and gold choir robe, each girl 
worked diligently to present an inspiring perform- 
ance. 



SECTION LEADERS 

Row One: Helga Berthold, 2nd Soprano; Diane Aljancic, Isl So- 
prano. Row Two: Cathie Arnold, l.st Alto; Helen Krauss, 2nd A/to. 

GIRLS' 

Row One: N. Zimmerman. J, Tennent, S. Willcocks, D. 
MacAskill. J. Eggleston. D. Urbanick. C. Novak, K. 
Zust, G. Potichny, C. Arnold, S. Spolar, J. Fleshin, J. 
Koppenhauer, K. Rock. Row Two: S. Dadlow. M. 
Soeder, D. Mylar, M. Yager, M. Plesea, H. Berthold, B. 
Sabula, L. Kytle, C. Couch, J. Urbas, D. Smith, J. Piskur. 
J. Sheppard, M. Wehele, C. Marks. Row Three: J. Vor- 
melker, J. Adkins, M. Church, B. Bogatay, L. Andrews, 



GLEE CLUB 

N. Richmond. E. Skerley. D. Aljancic. G. Krecic. N. 
Bailey. L. Petrick. J. Krauss. R. Wanchik. C. Krnell. D. 
Boehlke. C. Cline, C. Thomas. Row Four: J. Gathercole. 
G. Macks. B. Ponce. D. Roberts. S. Pasquale. J. Okorn, 
K. Kimberly, P. Lowry, R. Ahey, L. Burk, C. McBroom, 
M. Travnik. N. Campbell. M. DeMotte, M. Gaylor. B. 
Tekancic. K. Stromberg, M. Bizzarri. 






G.L.C. OFFICERS 

Row One: Connie Lindquist, President: Bonnie Fox, Treas- 
urer. Row Two: Mary Summers, Secretary: Nancy Gerl, 
Vice President. 



GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB 

Row One: C. Lindquist, N. Gerl, M. Summers, B. Fox. 
Row Two: S. Sorchy, S. Gault, K. Wancliik, T. Lisch. Row 
Three: C. Cercek, S. Sutphin, C. Znidarsic, C. Glubaskas. 
Row Four: N. Bohinc, D, Huszar, K. Coros, J. Schwegler. 
Row Five: D. Ambrose, P. Tinker, B. Wallace, S. Klotz- 
bach. Row Six: P. Rote, P. Flaler, L. Berntson, N. Delac. 
Row Seven: E. Glenn, N. Harding, J. Nada, N. Schwarts, 
P. Benedetto. 




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Promenade all! Learning folk 
tiancing is part of Euclid gym 
program. 




Left to Right: Kathy Schuette, Secretary ; Don- 
na Ambrose, Treasurer; Carol Cercek, President; 
Sue Sorchy, Vice President. 



Standing apart from the rest of the class in their 
white uniforms were the 1960 GIRLS' LEADERS. 
Selected on the basis of scholarship and depend- 
ability from a group of sophomore and junior 
girls who applied, their many duties consisted of 
taking roll call, aiding gym activities as referees, 
and helping the gym teachers to perform their jobs 
efficiently. The G.L.C. members spent much of 
their after school time in becoming skilled in sports 
and in learning to do their jobs well. The shrill 
whistle and the familiar cry, "Line up!" typified 
their authority and the respect with which they 
were looked upon by their classmates. 



The girls joined together in yelling and cheering 
as they ran up and down the floor of the gym in a 
spirited basketball game. The red pinney team was 
ahead and if the six girls could hold their lead and 
win, they would be the 1960 basketball champions 
of the GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. 
Any girl with an interest in sports and exercise 
could join G.A.A. and take part in intramural 
girls' athletics. Mrs. Fox, the sponsor of the club, 
stood watching impartially on the sidelines as the 
ball went through the basket signifying the end of 
the game and the crowning of a new champion 
team. 



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SWIM CLUB 



/?oii' O/je; B. Valince, J. Telisman, C. Winters, D. Deister, 
M. Mahne, K. Garland, K. Torter, J. Marolt, S. Peters, P. 
Kovach, B. Shrewsbury. Row Two: B. Hale, L. Crobaugh, 
C. Novak, P. Ludek, S. Gordon, S. Korda, J. Kadun, J. 
Halloran, S. Flood, H. Millar, P. Burford, R. Armstrong. 
Row Three: M. Krueger, E. Jarc, R. Anderson, C. Hop- 
Jim Ricket leads fellow Swim Club members in discussion. 



kins, F. Brown, D. Daugherty, T. Krueger, D. Knaus, D. 
Lilley, T. Leininger, B. Nelson. Row Four: J. Ricket, B. 
Maston, J. Peterson, B. Vicic, R. Hughes, B. Alloway, R. 
Belgium, R. Wade, L. Reinke, R. Peterson, B. Gauch, J. 
Ryba. 




After a thorough skill test, last year's SWIM 
CLUB members put the qualified candidates 
through a grueling initiation. It was not unusual 
during the first weeks of school to see a girl minus 
all make-up with straight hair or a boy wearing 
two kinds of shoes, both carrying hard-boiled 
eggs covered with hard won signatures. After this 
the prospective members were put through a hor- 
rible and secret gantlet in the pool from which 
they emerged exhausted but full-fledged members 
of the club. The initiation past, the real work and 
fun of the club commenced. Soon the timid nov- 
ices became skilled cadets, confident in their abil- 
ity to teach and swim any stroke from the elemen- 
tary back stroke to the double trudgen crawl. In 
their spare time they practiced synchronized skills 
to be utilized in the Swim Show at the end of the 
year. 



The NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP 

SOCIETY embodied an idea as old as Ihe Greeks— a 
sound mind in a sound body. Encouraging boys wilii 
high scholastic averages to participate in sports and 
making it worthwhile for those in sports to keep up 
with their school work, the N.A.S.S. honored those who 
developed their minds as they developed athletic skills. 
Euclid High was very proud of her boys who were given 
the distinction of N.A.S.S. membership for, though they 
did not necessarily excel in any one thing, they were 
good in everything. 



Sportsmanship and athletic prowess were compon- 
ents of the boys who were privileged to wear the gold 
"E" on their sweaters. Chosen for outstanding accom- 
plishment in their particular sport, these boys were 
honored at various times throughout the year in special 
assemblies in which they received their letters and cer- 
tificates of merit. It was with pride that the boy shook 
hands with his coach, and walked across the stage to 
reverently sign his name in the LETTERMAN'S record 
book. Humbled at the sight of the long list of names 
preceding his, the boy was proud to have his name 
written with those of the others who had helped Euclid 
become the school it is — a school with high sportsman- 
ship ideals and hard-working athletes. 





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NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY 

Row One: T. Gortz, R. Krulich, F. Hanes. Row Two. D. 
Carlson, W. Sippola, R. Slayton. Row Three: D. Ste\en- 
son. E. Orazen, J. Rickett. Row four: L. Dennis. \V. Frye, 
P. Mushinko, J. Forstner. 



LETTERMAN'S CLUB 



Row One: F. Hanes, D. Carlson, L, Dennis, B. Mason, K. 
Kalinowski, B. Knox, T. Lucci, D. Ehas, J. Ricket, J. Kos, 
B. Nelson, D. Jones. Row Two: E. Francis, D. Sprochi, W. 
Biller, B. Grause, T. Smith, D. Daugherty, T. Krauss, G. 
Nowacek, R. Patrick, D. Urquhart, C. Francis, C. Taylor, 
B. Hicks. Row Three: J. Hudec, J. Jerele, T. Baker, R. An- 



derson, A. Matko, G. Soeder, W. Sippola, J. Spenko. B. 
Boldin, D. Geddes, D. Yert, J. Struna, H. Manheim, T. 
Bizzari, Row Four: P. Mushinko, D. Hyne. A. Aljancic, D. 
Jones, B. Markley, C. Crone, B. Rogosch, D. Delsanter, D. 
Knaus, J. Forstner, D. Ste\enson, D. Lonchar, R. Slayton, 
P. Jackson. 




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FUTURE NURSES CLUB 



Row One: L. Pecjak, S. Hill, S. Bizily, D. Unterberger, M. 
Jorden, E. Miller, E. Katosic, L. Wellington, C. Mahany. 
Row Two: C. Kuthe, J. Loncala, M. Tuhacek, L. Violanti, 
N. Locker, B. Deertz, L. Wheeler, G. Kytle, M. Samsa. 



Row Three: M. Mitchell, M. Poyser, W. Lynch, P. St. John, 
J. Milenock. Row Four: S. Tilly, B. Morris, L. Novak, B. 
Laurin, C. Forsberg, J. DeAngelis, L. Rusk, D. Hoykar. 



FOREMAN'S CLUB 

Row One: R. Germano, W. Roberts, R. Belshaw. Row Two: 
M. Kapke, J. Klemencic, R. Dreis. Row Three: W. Frye, 
R. Vozar, J. Mouser. 




Girls thinking about a career in nursing had a 
chance to sample that profession in the FUTURE 
NURSES CLUB. At the compulsory meetings 
nursing was discussed with special speakers and 
among the members, and nursing colleges were 
thoroughly examined. In this way, girls who de- 
cided to continue their medical plans were able to 
choose the school best suited to the financial, so- 
cial, and training problems personal to each. Some 
of the future nurses received practical training 
under the guidance of Mrs. Wise. These girls 
helped her during study halls in the small routine 
matters of taking temperatures and admitting pa- 
tients. A tour of Euclid Glenville Hospital which 
gives an idea of a nurse's routine is now traditional 
each year. 



Organized for students who had an outstanding 
record of achievement in leadership, dependability 
and craftsmanship, the FOREMAN'S CLUB 
provided an opportunity for these students to ex- 
tend and enrich their school experience by practic- 
ing the techniques of group management. In addi- 
tion to taking a trip to the Lincoln Electric Plant, 
giving assemblies for the sophomore and junior 
students of the industrial arts curriculum, each 
student was assigned to assist some instructor in 
the department as a foreman one shop period each 
day. 




KEY CLUB 



Row One: C. Hayes, D. Novak, J. Ricket, J. Yane, D. 
Chapman, W. Vicic, J. Lakatosh, R. Lewis, D. Gulbenkian, 
H. David. Row Two: }. Spenko, E. Francis, J. Demian, N. 
Lauter, C. Freed, J. Vadnal, D. Mason, N. Anderson, P. 
Zebrowski, J. Wonnacott, R. Ste\enson, R. Tisovec. Row 
Three: K. Anderson, R. Zgonc, C. Fields, T. McGili, J. 



Forker, R. Nowacek, E. Prostor, R. Gasper, J. Usalis, R. 
Klann, R. Pejeau. Row Four : J. Be\car, J. Schulze, D. Neu- 
more, R. Daugherty, R. Brigden, T. Allen, R. Griffin, W. 
Feith, A. Hocevar, G. Soeder, J. Crawford. C. Scheer, L. 
Dennis, G. Forstner. 



The KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL is an organi- 
zation of high school boys sponsored by the Kiwanis 
International. The members are dedicated to the service 
of their country, their community, their school, and 
their God. Many service and fund-raising projects were 
accomplished during the year. The club again built an 
outstanding homecoming float, brought the Key Club 
assembly to Euclid, and distributed food baskets to 
needy families during the Christmas season. 



WORLD AFFAIRS were suddenly very frightening 
and important in our daily living. Students had to be 
prepared to wrestle with international problems as 
adults and they found the best way to educate them- 
selves was participating in a world affairs group. Euclid's 
club progressed rapidly in the understanding of our 
foreign neighbors, for they realized it was only through 
understanding and free discussion that world-wide peace 
would be possible. 



WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB 



Row One: M. Vagasky, P. Banko, B. Madey, F. Darrill, W. 
Lucas, E. Glenn, C. Mace, B. Dinishak, R. Roberts, Y. 
Kozlevcar, B, Ritz. Row Two: S. Saunway, J. Stein, L Krog- 
man, A. Wilson, K. Logan, J. Barnes, M. Poyser, W. 
Lynch, D. Riebe, E. Wiltshire. Row Three: D. Mog, R. 



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Humphrey, B. Samsa, L. Johnson, P. Ryan, J. Zele, K. 
Mog, R. Gwinn, C. Couch, K. Balshey, R. Perry. Row 
Four: R. Perry, D. Gyongyos, C. Cetmsky, L. Lane, B. 
Brown, C. Kosher, G. Miller, D. Ambrose, N. Campbell, 
J. Maresh, J. Bovle. 





THESPIANS 

Row One: P. Weir, C. Kelly, M, Gianasi, D. Dreifort, S. 
Blau. Row Two: J. Kenyon, R. Humphrey, C Pierce J 
Ware, J. Odda. 



Novak, D. Geddes, W. Boyd, D. Ringenbach, D. Ritchie. 




"Good grief, what did you do to my eyebrows?" 
the girl exclaimed to a member of the make-up 
committee. She had a minor part in the fall play 
and had been made up by a classmate. They 
laughed together about the eyebrows and talked 
of their desire to become Thespian members. The 
organization was composed of students who had 
earned points taking part in stage productions. 
Still laughing, they wiped off the cold cream and 
thought of their coming initiation into THESPI- 
ANS, and the enjoyment and benefits they would 
obtain from membership in the club. 



"Watch that pig!" yelled Mr. Jenkins, as an 
agitated STAGE CREW went after the squealing 
pink animal. The pig was a prop in the play "Li'l 
Abner," and the stage crew found that besides 
handling scenery and lights their job also included 
retrieving run-away pigs. Taking care of all the 
behind-the-curtain work, the stage crew performed 
with speed and efficiency in helping to make Eu- 
clid's 1960 stage productions the success they were. 




NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 



Row One: B. Ellis, S. Steranka, D. Farrill, M..Gianasi, E. 
Hacker, B. Hava, S. Hill. Row Two: L. Robuck, C. Pierce, 
L. Johnson, P. Ryan, L. Salmick, J. Cook, J. Burns, C. Ar- 



Early hours, a long bus ride, a tight knot in his 
stomach — these are experiences a member of the 
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE will never 
forget. Gaining poise and confidence in speaking 
is not an easy task, but these young men and 
women overcame their fears and became accom- 
plished speakers. Taking almost weekly trips to 
contests at various schools throughout Ohio, they 
competed in debate, original oratory, extempo- 
raneous speaking, and dramatic, humorous and 
oratorical declamation. The novice's hand stopped 
trembling as he gained experience and finally, 
those twenty-five points which, earned in the 
speaking contests, entitled him to become a mem- 
ber of the National Forensic League. 



It was nearly seven o'clock and the girl was 
supposed to be selling tickets at the basketball 
game. She was a member of AD CLUB and was 
late for the first time. She could clearly picture her 
contemporaries rushing from room to room and 
office to office, stamping hands and checking 
passes, collecting tickets and conferring with Mr. 
Vaccariello, their sponsor. She stepped off the bus 
in front of the large building and ran up the walk 
to the ticket office in the athletic corridor. 



nold. Row Three: J. Maresh, P. Dickey, R. Ferrante, K. 
Mestrovich, K. Buda, J. Turk, D. Brown, J. Odda. 

AD CLUB 

Row One: G. Mathson, J. Auten, C. Lanese, L. Chalfant, 
C. Takacs. Row Two: P. Jacobs, B. Tolar, S. Sorchy, S. 
Gault, N. Locker. Row Three: D. Mansperger, P. Schu- 
macher. 




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Dedicated to service in the school and the com- 
munity, the FRIENDSHIP CLUB, Euclid High's 
largest organization, met after school twice a 
month in order to achieve this goal. Composed of 
sophomore, junior and senior girls, the club was 
organized under a new sponsor this year, Mrs. 
Carter. The cabinet, consisting of six girls elected 
from each class, met to plan the activities of the 
club. Through it, the girls sent magazine subscrip- 
tions and gifts for children to some of the hospi- 
tals in the Cleveland area at Christmas time. They 
used the profits from a fall dance, as well as some 
funds accumulated from last year, to buy some 
necessary items for the E room. But there was 
time for social events too, and the biggest was the 
Friendship Formal, entitled "Paris in Spring," 
which climaxed the club's activities. 



FRIENDSHIP CLUB CABINET 

Row One: M. Mann, B. Ritz, F. Vicic. Row Two: A. Pelyak, 
J. Bates. D. Albrecht. Row Three: L. Pecjac, K. Schmidt, R. 
Picciano. 



SENIORS 



Row One: M. Skeivis, K. Hays, M. Brown, M. Brown, L. 
Swenson, S. DeRoth, K. Grugel, S. Tilly, L. Pecjak, P. 
Peterlin, J. Patterson, J. Schuler. Row Two: M. Palisin, C. 
Yopko, L. Wellington, C. Thomas, S. Boyd, P. Margalis, 
P. Maroff, J. Oleksy, B. Riebe, P. Sulak, B. Ola, N. Mar- 
tucci, C. Rohrer. Row Three: C. Zeitz, P. Nemerousky, J. 
Loncala, B. Laurin, C. Moenich, D. Riebe, J. Gould, E. 
Substelny, D. Snyder, R. Shannon, G. Coltrin, F. Vicic, V. 



Bratush, S. Hill, S. Steranka. Row Four: K. Houck, J. Cim- 
perman, B. Morse, M. Mann, G. Jackson, P. Sharp, M. 
Tuhacek, D. Grigas, S. Shelley, G. Hammond, E. Zakrajs- 
ek, P. Fox. Row Five: J. Serwatka, D. Hoykar, K. May- 
nard, D. Nenadal, N. Bohinc, D. Prudish, J. Downing, D. 
Dreifort, J. Ware, P. Petrovic, C. Kelly, C. Unterberger, L. 
Johnson, J. Milenock. 





JUNIORS 



Row One: B. Adier, H. Warnke, G. Beeke, M. McDerment, 
A. Prioreschi, P. Springer, B. Adams, D. Mekedis, L. Papp, 
C. Pajk, C. Hacker, B. Seifert, L. Erjavec. Row Two: B. 
Ritz, B. Wallace, L. Green, C. Cadwallader, L. Salmick, R. 
Helm, D. Trentel, D. Cvetkovic, B. Owens, C. Cradis, J. 
Macy, E, Delly, S. Roschy. Row Three: N. Sullivan, P. 
Rote, K. Schmidt, P. Bozich, J. Pike, G. Madda, J. Scheff, 
J. Ducca, B. Lindquist, J. Leporati, L. Guzst, K. Podwils, 



B. Baily, M. Wcnger, E. Matlock. Row Four: S. Pouss, B. 
Haytas, D. Schmidt, S. Stanwyck, S. Ralls. D. Beyerle, B. 
Carlson, L. Kish, C. Reba, G. Nosan, S. Mueller, S.Gibson, 
L. Bcrnston, J. Harper, P. Flaler. Row Five: J. Zele, S. 
Johnson, Y. Kozlevcar, P. Zimmerman, S. Wolff, B. 
Rhoades, P. Scheibel, M. Sabetti, L. Ames, M. Middleton, 
J. Allen, S. Muehleisen, H. Krome, P. Perotti, C. Cibbs, J. 
Klauga. 



SOPHOMORES 



Row One: S. Robasz, R. Tekalec, C. Cruder, L. Dey, J. 
Hoykar, D. Radencic, L. Riebe, S. Feldman, K. Chole- 
wicki, S. Hancy, T. Belpulsi, K. Greenway, G. Krecic, V. 
Goss, E. Cook, B. Hava, C. Cline, N. Bailey, P. Bawer. 
Row Two: J. Gullo, C. Young, S. Clark, M. Mazza, H. 
Murphy, S. Dadlow, C. Daily, J. Johnson, J. Fifolt, R. 
Koskovics, K. Avery, J. Adkins, J. Romans, J. Miller, J. 
Bates, M. Frager, J. Chifolo, M. Miller. Row Three: S. 
Wiskes, D. Potts, N. Campbell, C. Reidcr, A. Prendergast, 
G. Potichny, N. Soeder, J. Urbus, J. Vormelker, J. Shep- 
pard, M. Wehrle, M. Wilk, K. Fetter, M. Yager, S. Paul- 
son, G. Macks, J. Susman, B. Wheeler, L. Sipes. Row Four: 
L. Winkler, N. Hamilton, J. Moser, J. Struna, V. Stillinger, 
B. Miishinko. .1. Ok. Mil. K. Rock, M. Taylor, P. AUbery, 



D. Snyder, A. Pelyak, D. Camino, D. Strnad. M. Milowe, 
J. Byerle, D. Stiscak, J. Pejak, L. Freeh, J. Waldman. Row 
Five: M. Stapleton, S. Willcocks, J. Eggleston, R. .Abey, M. 
Tucher, H. Krauss, R. Picciano, R. Wanchik, L. Koci, R. 
Svenwol, L. Ross, S. Heintz, P. Groonis, K. Znidarzic, D. 
MacAskill, J. Lonchar, D. Felmley, C. Krnell, K. McCor- 
mick, J. Thompson. Row Six: S. Robbins, M. DeMottc, 
P. Machurey, M. Milner, G. Brino\ec. M. Krause. S. 
Peterson, B. Helmick, D. Ulham, C. Lanese, J. Auten, B. 
Sapp, D. Glatz, H. Dengle. S. Puebek, P. Krueger. C. 
Jonke, M. Breich, J. Fleshin, M. DiPabla. Row Seven: E. 
Skerly, B. Schulze, J. Colan, M. Milakovic, K. Balshey, 
C. Pasquale, M. Perme, P. Harris. B. Stroh. V. Botz. 





SENIOR F.T.A. 

Row One: J. Stein, L. Johnson, S. Hill, N. Bohinc, D. Farrill, L. Wellington, C. Shurilla, S. Smith, J. Burns, V. 
Klima, C. Takacs, P. Maroff. Row Two: C. Cercek, G. Gibson, B. Tolar, K. Peterson, M. Schroeder, J. Browning, 
N. Cetinich, J. Schuler, K. Garland, K. Houck, J. Boyle, J. Ohlrich. Row Three: B. Carlson, C. Thomas, C. Pierce, 
P. Sharp, M. Tuhacek, J. Zakraysek, C. Zeitz, C. Znidarsic, I. Rakas, D. Riebe, N. Gerl. Row Four: T. Liscb, C. 
Kuthe, G. Jackson, M, Mann, C. Crennell, N. Carter, J. Kreit, P. Duty, C. Glubaskas, R. Snyder, R. Elliott. " 



The FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMER- 
ICA helped prepare aspiring teachers for 
excellence in their chosen field. Our group 
was the June Williams' chapter of the or- 
ganization, and through it many pupils 
were given a chance to substitute in ele- 
mentary schools. This experience was con- 
sidered highly desirable for those who be- 
lieved teaching would be their lifetime 
profession, for it showed them the prob- 
lems they would meet when they were pre- 
pared to teach a class. Many worthy proj- 
ects were undertaken by the 1960 F.T.A. 
Among them was the donation of books 
to the Sunbeam School at Christmas time. 
The F.T.A. was a voluntary organization 
which met after school and any student 
who took the time to take part in its activ- 
ities was well rewarded with experience in 
the teaching profession. 

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F.T.A. EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Row One: L. Chalfant, B. Wallace, C. Mahany, L. Marino. 
Row Two: J. Beutell, C. Cercek, T. Lisch, N. Gerl, J. Har- 
per. Row Three: L. Johnson, M. Tuhacek, D. Ambrose, N. 
Cetinich, J. Lube. 





JUNIOR F.T.A. 

Row One: C. Kosher, B. Yanchar, J. Roberts, P. Paul. M. Vagasky, M. Sovich, C. Hacker, W. Lucas, K. Logan. 
Row Two: M. Collins, B. Evans, S. Gibson, L. Warnke, N. Sullivan, J. Ginsburg, E. Sippola, D. Merkedis, M. Mid- 
dleton. Row Three: D. Albrecht, J. Harper, L. Berger, J. Lube, S. Mueller, B. Adams, B. Roberts, N. Beck, J. Beu- 
tell, B. Kish. Row Four: N. Harding, J. Telisman, P. Benedetto, D. Ambrose, E. Glenn, E. Sullivan, J. Pike, D. 
Schmidt, B. Carlson, B. Wallace, B. Ritz, M. McPherson. 

SOPHOMORE F.T.A. 

Row One: B. Bogatay, L. Gribbons, J. Feith, M. Allar, H. Berthold, B. Tekancic, J. Miller, B. 

Perme, C. Pasquale, K. Tomko, B. Harper, P. Travnick, J. Romano, J. Okorn, B. Mushinko. 

Freed. Row Two: N. Bailey, P. Bauer, N. Furniss, Row Four: R. Zuzek, M. Wehrle, D, Boehlke, M, 

D. Hiller, R. Dunn, C. Krnell, K. McCormick, Tucker, B. Neff, K. Rock. K. Kimberly, C. Ar- 

D. Wheeler, J. Struna. Row Three: C. Lanese, C. nold, D. MarotT. B. Hasa. 






N.H.S. members present 



N.H.S. OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Peter Mushinko, President ; Jim Becvar, Vice 
President : Betsy Tolar, Secretary: Marcia Pohto, Treasurer. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



Row One: S. Spencer, R. Elliott, D. Farrill, C. Lindquist, 
R. Humphrey, S. Gault, L. Marino. Row Two: M. Pohto, 
P. James, B. Shrewsbury, J. Schwegler, M. Summers, K. 



King, B. Tolar, K. McMahon. Row Three: C. Cercek, G. 
Berthold, J. Crawford, J. Maresh, G. Nowacek, B. Fox, 
K. Wanchik. 





the year's most impressive ceremony. 



The 1960 secretary of NATIONAL HONOR 

SOCIETY read the scroll of new members to an 
audience of proud parents and anxious students. 
Preceded by speakers who explained the organiza- 
tion's reason for existence and the requirements a 
student must meet to be accepted, the reading of 
the scroll climaxed one of the most important as- 
semblies of the year. Leadership, scholarship, 
character and service, explained the speakers, are 
the prime requisites of an N.H.S. member. Each 
of the students who proudly received the gold pin 
which signified membership in the National Honor 
Society was known by his teachers and classmates 
as a leader, and wore his pin with pride and de- 
served honor for his service to the school. Prospec- 
tive members were rated by former members of 
the society and by their teachers, and an effort was 
made to keep their identities a secret until the in- 
duction. Exclamations of pleased surprise showed 
the pride the new members felt in being accepted 
into a nationally recognized organization as a re- 
ward for their efforts in studies and activities 
throughout their high school years. 



President Pete 
Musliinlvo 
congratulates 
Marilyn Vincent. 
new N.H.S. 
inductee. 




ilS DEBAi 




JUNIORS 

The junior looked around him at the famiUar walls, 
classrooms, and friends, and though he would not ad- 
mit it to anyone, he was glad to be back. This was the 
year he would get his class ring — he could picture it 
shining on his finger already — and this was the year of 
the Junior Prom, the first dance that was especially his. 
As he stood in front of his homeroom thinking about 
the coming events his reverie was interrupted by some- 
one handing him a "Beat St. Joe's" sign, and he knew 
he did not have to plan — the year had already begun. 
Working so hard he scarcely had time to think, he found 
time, as the year passed, to participate in those clubs 
which would form his major interests in his next and 
final year. He watched as the class ahead of him grad- 
uated in the spring and felt with confidence that he was 
ready to meet those responsibilities which being a senior 
would brina. 



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JLNIOR CABINET 

Row One: R. PoUutro, B. Brown, er, D. Leutbecher, K. Buda, J. 
K. Schmidt, D. Albrecht, J. Spencer, N. Lauter, C. Terra- 
Dragolic, K. Collier, K. Bauer, nova, V. Kneale, W. Patton. 
B. Yanchar. Row Two: H. May- 



JUNIOR COUNSELORS 

Mrs. Helen Stewart and Mr. Frank Troglia. 



Juniors . . . the year between 




Over "the babble of voices one loud voice was 
heard bringing the meeting to order. It was Pat 
Jackson, junior class president, who was presiding 
with his fellow class officers over the first junior 
cabinet meeting. The cabinet member listened re- 
spectfully to the suggestions they offered, then 
gave his own ideas. It was fun to consider the 
coming year and exciting to have a part in plan- 
ning it. He could already picture himself leaving 
the Junior Prom, class ring on his finger, and his 
date carrying as a souvenir part of the decorations 
he had planned. He left the meeting with a feeling 
of satisfaction, knowing he had done his best for 
himself and his classmates, and wondering how 
they would like his work. With incredulous eyes 
he watched his plans pass into successful realities 
as the year slipped away. 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Gloria Nosan, Vice President ; Eileen Sullivan, Treasurer; Eileen Glenn, Secretary, 
Pat Jackson, President. 

HOMEROOM 103 



Row One: D. Cunningham, S. Anderson, B. 
Anderson, P. Ball, K. Anderson, N. Arnold, J. 
Aufdenhaus, C. Albertone, B. Adler, K. Coros, 
J. Allen. Row Two: J. Balch, J. Andrulis, D. 
Albrecht, L. Guess, D. Ambrose, J. Allen, A. 



Bagocius. Row Tliree: G. Bednar. D. Aiken. J. 
Balch, N. Angene, T. Baker. B. .Mves. H. 
Austen. Row Four: A. Anderson. R. Baitt. W. 
Arndt, S. Allen. M. Balash, R. Adamczewski. 
G. Boyd. T. Malaney. 





HOMEROOM 105 



Row One: J. Benner, M. Barber, N. Beck, B. 
Batt, P. Banko, J. Bates, J. Barnes, L. Chalfant. 
Row Two: B. Blakeley, J. Beers, P. Benedetto, B. 
Bailey, J. Barbie, K. Bauer, B. Beeke, C. Bauer, 



R. Turk, J. Black. Row Three: R. Baron, J. 
Bartos, S. Berk, K. Berndt, W. Biller, J. Beres, 
S. Barta, K. Begalke, W. Beers. 



HOMEROOM 106 



Row One: P. Rote, L. Salmick. D. Schmidt, B. 
Scanlon, B. Schmitt, M. Sabetti, K. Schmidt, P. 
Scheibel, B. Johnson. Row Two: R. Schubert. 
J. Slaybaugh. G. Sirca. G. Smith, D. Shields, J. 



Schwemler, W. Schumer, K. Skula. J. Baker. 
Row Three: J. Simcic, D. Smith, L. Schneider, 
R. Stadler, M. Sikora, R. Mervis. B. Seaman, A. 
Shinagawa, G. Spenko. 





HOMEROOM no 

Row One: C. Cadwallader, P. Calivetta. E. Buchholz. B. 
Brown. Row Two: E. Byron, P. Burford. E. Braidich, C. Bybce. 
Row Three: L. Cuthbertson, P. Brennan. J. Brougher, L. Cefar- 
atti. Row Four: R. Cergal, D. Cipollo, B. Chicone. J. Neelon. 
Row Five: R. Constantine, D. Colbow. J. Chinchar, E. Car- 
penter. Row Six: T. Cebular. W. Clark, N. Trivisonno, J. Col- 
lingwood. Row Seven: A. Janis, B. Linsley. B. Clemence. D. 
Collins. 





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HOMEROOM 116 



Row One: J. Jerick, C. Kotzman, J. Watson, 
M. Jankovich, J. Roschy. P. Bodnar, L. Knack, 
N. Jerick, M. Maizel. Row Two: R. Wheeler, 



D. Bradnick, P. Ward, D. Gray, R. May. E. 
Watkins, R. Unkerfer, M. Portik, D. Choura, 
J. Welsh, M. Smolinsky. 



HOMEROOM 125 



Row One: J. Cermelj, D. Cvetkovic, K. Collier, 

C. Cibbs, E. Cimbalos, B, Carlson, S. CoUedge. 
Row Two: C. Cetinsky, R. Cornwell, C. Crone, 

D. Dacar, D. Cecker, T. Davis, D. Daugherty, 



P. Carroccio. Row Three: M. Drotos, T. Cooper, 
D. Drummond, R. Davis, P. Dever, F. Corrao, 
M. Dane. 





HOMEROOM 132 

Row One: J. Cook, M. Collins, J. Klauga, C. Cradis. Ron 
Two: E. Delly, M. Cruder, J. Danch, H. Debeljak. Row Three 
M. Budic, N. Coode, M. Couch. Row Four: B. Eiderier, B 
Elicker, H. Cordray, N. Creveliny. Row Five: D. Elder. J 
Evans, J. Evans, G. Farwick. Row Six: D. Ehas. B. Eslvanko 
B. Mueller. Row Seven: T. Emerson, D. LaFOLLETTE. B 
B. Muller. Row Seven: T. Emerson, D. LaFolletle, B. Feilh. F 
Estanich. 






HOMEROOM 204 



Row One: R. Daugherty, A. DiPuccio. J. 
Evans, J. Dragolic, S. DiBiasio, C. DeWitt, D. 
Deister, P. Driefort, B. Dinishak, C. Easta- 
brooks. Row Two: A. Drenik, J. Ducca. N 
Delac, J. Fritzgerald, T. Montana, G. Fowler 



G. Krull. B. Fink, S. Ivec. R. Foxall. G. Irten- 
kauf. Row Three: J. Foust. R. Fraedrich. J. 
Fiorelli, W. Stafford, J. Focht, A. Fortuna, E. 
Francis. M. Francis. 



HOMEROOM 205 



Row One: L. Erjavec, P. Flaler, E. Fogel, M 
Fister, E. Fuller, J. Gardner, E. Eddy, B. Evans 
Row Two: B. Gibb, D. Kvizman, R. Fuclis, S 
Gebe, J. Gibson, T. Shiannon, B. Trinite, R, 



Francis, G. Furth. Row Three: J. Gessic, G. 
Gezann, D. Geddes, C. Frownfelter, J. Frye, D. 
Gerwin, T. Gerson, C. Freed. 





HOMEROOM 206 



Row One: E. Glenn, C. Hacker, J. Gotthalf, li. Gugliotla. Ron- 
Two: S. Gregurich, R. Gaylon. J. Ginsbury. D. Gorsha. Row 
Three: J. Green, C. Giordano, P. Gulh, L. Green, Row I'oiir: 
R, Sherry. D. Habian. B. Geisler, S, Gibson. Row Five: D. 
Ouentzler, F. Gurko. G. Gorsha, Grisez. Row Six: D. Glenn, 
L. Girod J. Habe, R. Gualtier. Row Seven: i. Gliebe, G. Ha- 
ger, R. Graus. Row Eif>la: T. Guy. R. Spacagna, A, Hach, J. 
Eeckhout, 





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HOMEROOM 209 

Row One: R. Kish, S. Korda, A. Koucky, Y. Kozlevcar, P. 
Kitko. Row Two: L. Komraus, B. Kish. J. Klein, G. Kogan. 
Row Three: S. Klotzbach, B. Kopack, L. Kish, M. Kozar. Row 
Four: S. Kellas, G. Kolman, D. Knaus, C. Kosher. Row Five: 
R. Leber, B. Kranich, D. Fink, T. Kramer. Row Six: J. Ko- 
vach, D. Dynes, B. Kostick. Row Seven: G. Lamos, T. Krauss, 
B. Laurenson. Row Eight: S. Laudenbach, D. Koval, J. Kurd. 



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HOMEROOM 214 



Row One: R. Helm. D. Henry, C. Haks. V. 
Hamilton, D. Heise. K. Halbedel. J. Harper. N. 
Harding, J. Halloran. B. Harwood. Row Two: 
D. Humphrey, F. Hanes. B. Humphries, D. 
Hayward, P. Hellman, B. Haytas, P. Hayes, C. 



Hamilton, A. Hribar. K. Hunter, R. Ilg. Row 
Three: G. Henderson. J. Hartman. F. Sernel. 
D. Hanslik. B. Holwick. T. Heasley. R. Heaps. 
G. Huebner. J. lacofano, D. Hovancsek. 



Carl Haldennan: May his memory keep in our lives the freshness and vitality of 
youth; may it help us to make richer the years he will not share. 

HOMEROOM 215 



Row One: M. Hottois. D. Heuer. S. Jaunsis. D. 
Hunslon. A. Horton. J. Hayes. C. Holtz. C. 
Hunt. E. Jarc. B. Hocevar. Row Two: J. James. 
B. Jaroscak, T, Jagodnik, C. Jankovich, J. Hu- 
dock, J. Hill, H. Hicks, R. Karich. P. Kara- 



benus. J. Kapla. Row Three: P. Jackson. E. 
Jenkins. R. Ivec. S. Jenney. P. Johnson. J. 
Jerele, G. Jones, M. Kapke. B. Karlovec, D. 
Jones. 




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HOMEROOM 216 



Row One: J. Smith, T. Kardell, S. Kapudja. Row Two: L. Jer- 
abek, S. Kelember, J. Kadun. Row Three: D. Ritchie, G. 
Kavon, B. Kelly. Row Four: J, Kodrich, L. Balash, T. Kevern, 
G. Krotine. Row Five: R. Wilson, B. Knaus, J. Rneale. Row 
Six: J. Mramor, M. Filipovic, F. Kochevar, S. Kocell. 





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HOMEROOM 224 



Row One: B. Link, J. Liporati. B. Linquist, J. 
Krieger, A. Lanese, E. Laiib, M. LaBant, J. 
Lehman, H. Krome, L. Leybeck. Ro»' Two: J, 
Markatos, D. Lilley, R. Lonchar, L. Lane, C. 



Lausin, A. Lenarsic, J. Ludwick. L. Long. C. 
Marett, T. Leininger, Row Three: R. Lindner. 
K, Malchow, D. McGowan. L, Lengel, L. Lig- 
gett, T. McPeek, D. Leutbecker. 



HOMEROOM 225 



Row One: G. Madda, J. Loncala, C. Markert, 
P. Maher, M. Maianey, J. Macy, K. Logan. B. 
Madey, M. McPherson, W, Lucas. Row Two: 
R. Mikovic, N. Medlen, J. Matzelle, H. Mayer, 
M. McDerment, L. Lytle, K. Englebrecht, J. 



Lube, J. Mirosavitch. J. Marsh, B. Mervar. Row 
Three: P. Maskunas, M. Kirchoff. E. Hodkey, 
R. Miller, D, Mock, D. Middleton, E. Mick- 
shaw, F. Mauceri. J. Mochan, D. Martin. B. 
Marton. 




HOMEROOM 227 

Row One: D. Mattis, S. Middlebrook, H. Millar, G. Mathson. 
Row Two: D. Mekedis, V. Motta, D. Milmont, B. Miller, 
Row Three: B. Milavec. N. Mesojodec, M. Middleton, M. 
Morel. Row Four: D. Monroe. E. Miklavcic, J. Miller, D. Mor- 
rison. Row Five: L. Novak, T. Moulis, R. Nelson, S. Mohler. 
Row Six: W. Niehaus, D. Mohoric, G. Moss. Row Seven: B. 
Molnar. J. Morris, H. Nebe, P. Oberstar. Row Eight: L. Mor- 
ris, P. Morkunas. T. O'Hara, B. Moore. 








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HOMEROOM 228 



Row One: L. Papp, C. Nelson, D. Paul, D. 
Musteikas, B. Osten, C. Murray, S. Muehleisen, 
B. Muir, P. Nobbe, B. Owen. Row Two: J. 
Odda, C. Pajk, A. Murphy, J. Nada, S. Mueller, 
G. Nosan, F. Parker, S. Ott. R. Ragon, L. Page. 



J. Pappas. Row Three: E. Orazen, W. Patton, 
E. O'Saben, M. Orebaugh, D. Paskey, J. Petro, 
J. Parada, J. Petersen, -J. kaleal, D. Ortman, L. 
Orazem. 



HOMEROOM 230 



Row One: A. Pinter, M. Petrik. S. Pouss, N. 
Phillips, J. Pike, K. Podwils, D. Petrou, C. 
Phillips, M, Polito, L. Perz, D. Pisek. Row 
Two: K. Redlin, M. Puleo. B. PoUutro, J. Pod- 
obnikar, C. Pavelka, P. Perotti, B. Petersen, T. 



Rankin, A. Pretnar, D. Pungerchar, J. Radcliffe. 
Row Three: J. Picciano, D. Picozzi, B. Pugh, R. 
Petrovich, J. Cook, J. Postle, J. Proudfoot, D. 
Purtill, M. Reba, V. Petrovic, S. Prijatelj. 




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HOMEROOM 231 



Row One: D. Rositano, L. Prokop, B. Roberts. 
B. Ritz, K. Rash, J. Reichenbach. M. Randazzo. 
Row Two: P. Raymond, A. Prioreschi, S. Ralls. 
B. Rhoades, B. Romisher, R. Roberts, C. Reba. 



Row Three: L. Sayers. J. Samsa. J. Richardson, 
P. Roberts, T. Marsh, C. Rowles, B. Russ. Row 
Four: P. Richards, R. Roman, J. Romano, D. 
Sbrocco, D. Sarich, H. Rose, R. Sak. 



HOMEROOM 309 



Row One: D. Blattau, S. Beverick, D. Beyerle, 
L. Berntson, V. Sebock, N. Lefevre, F. Bentley, 
L. Berger. J. Beutell, F. Boomer, P. Bozick. 
Row Two: J. Englebrecht, R. Blattau, L. Brew- 
ster. R. Horn. A. Brown. R. Bootz. R. Bright. 



G. Braidic. Row Three: J. Zupancic. R. By- 
stricky. K. Buda, J. Bengston, R. Blakeley, D. 
Caldwell, K. Braunlich, C. Brandt, J. Campana, 
B. Boyton. 





HOMEROOM 313 



Row One: D. Schulz. J. Scott, J. Seres, C. 
Smith, C. Shenel, D. Herman, I. Shonk. B. Sei- 
fert. Row Two: U. Stamm, N. Schwarts. E. Sip- 
pola, S. Schott, P. Smiciklas. K. Simmons. K. 



Schuette. R. Stasienko, S. Smrdel. Row Three: 
D. Sprochi, C. Steven. R. Sotka. J. Stonehack. 
D. Chandler. T. Steich, K. Sowul. J. Spencer. 
D. Stevenson. 



A mouse in Kathy's locker! What next'; 




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HOMEROOM 315 



Row One: P. Springer, R. Stafford, M. Sovich, 
J. Suhar, P. Snyder, S. Stanwyck, P. Starnes. 
Row Two: J. Soblesky, C. Stanley, E. Straub, 
C. Spena, R. Strah, B. Stone, J. Subel, J. Tan- 



nenbaum, D. Thomas. Row Three: K. Tetrick, 
R. Taylor, B. Tekavic, C. Terranova, C. Tilk, 
G. Taylor, D. Swan, L. Tolar. 



Juniors have fun stroUin' at the Junior Party 





HOMEROOM 321 



Row One: S. Troxell, E. Sullivan. J. Scheff, N. 
Sullivan, P. Tinker, J. Telisman, B. Tomie, J. 
Sullivan. Ron- Two: J. Wasenda. H. Webb. V. 
Sestak. M. Sustersic, N. Tilly. V. Syracuse, S. 
Szalek, D. Trentel, B. Svrga, R. Watt, T. Tuck- 



erman. Row Tliree: T. Vitanza. R. Verb. F. 
VanTilburg. W. Valentino, R. Wallace, T. 
Trauger. P. Keyerleber. R. Virant. F. Trouten, 
G. Union. W. Turk. 



HOMEROOM 322 



Row One: J. Schafer, B. Buynak, D. Opalk, M, 
Zielalski, C. Zgonc, J. Postle. M. Neat. .Ron- 
Two: F. Grdanc, R. Fox, R. Crabtree, T. Var- 



dian, T. Tekavec, T. Maver. R. Miklavcic. D. 
Whelan. 





HOMEROOM 323 

Row One: J. Palko. C. Zgonc, S. Rumohr, F. Three: B. Leduc, 
Strnad. i?oH' Two: J. Presterl, R. Syracuse, R. Hayes, J. Squire. 
McCulloch, G. McCreight, R. Leimbach. Row 



A. Ogrin, D. Vershall, J. 



HOMEROOM 324 



Row One: E. Tyrrell, D. Walzer, B. Wallace, 
M. Vagasky, S. Ursini, K. Viviano, S. Utter- 
back, M. Vitolo, B. Valince, R. Turner, P. 
Urankar. Row Two: B. Whalen, R. Wilson, R. 
Wickizer, L. Weeks, J. Whitehead, J. Reichen- 



bach, M. Vicic, L. Warnke, B. Consla, B. Tyler. 
Row Tliree: J. Wolfenberg, J. Whiting, J. Yane, 
J. Weible, J. Whittaker, W. Williams, W. Wohl- 
gemuth, T. Thome, R. Woidtke, B. Yabroff, R. 
Woodruff G MacQuarrie. 



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HOMEROOM 329 



Row One: M. Zavodnik, C. Winters, S. Welch, 
E. Wiltshire, M. Wenger, L. Williamson, L. 
Wolf, S. Wolflf. Ron- Two: S. Wither, S. Gadus, 
J. Zele, B. Yanchar, J. Yanchar, M. Buco, D. 
Yert, S. Sawyer. Row Three: L. Singer, J. Zie- 



laski, F. Zupancic, P. Zimmerman, A. Zeravica, 
B. Zimmer, M. Yurosko, T. Young. Row Four: 
D. Zimmerman, A. Zanyk, K. Zust. J. Zimmer- 
man, T. Zoul. D. Yurkovich. S. Yeray. R. Zak- 
raysek. 



Che-e-ese — no tuna fish! 




THIS IS 



SPRING 




The cold of winter faded into the tantalizing 
warmth of spring and the doors of Euchd were 
thrown open. Fresh spring air crept into the build- 
ing while you rushed out on lunch hours and free 
time to enjoy the beautiful season. You lounged 
and laughed on the new grass with books or with 
friends. You sat on stone steps warmed by the sun, 
jacketless, with the sun streaming down and the 
wind blowing through your hair. In class you 
stared out the window, wondering how the warm 
sand on the beach must feel. Your eyes met blue 
skies and everything seemed new and fresh as you 
discussed plans for the fast-approaching summer. 






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In spring a young man's fancy 
turns to anything but tiiouglits of 
study. 



Relaxation moves 




The Gang's all here! Carefree 
students gather for a backyard 
volleyball game. 



Spring was here at last and everyone wanted to be 
outdoors to enjoy it. There seemed to be so much more 
to talk about in spring, as new plans were made and new 
dreams were born. The Junior and Senior Proms were 
not far in the future, and the excited voices of girls could 
be heard describing ". . . me, in lavender net with a bow 
that reaches the ground and shoes to match," while 
boys wondered where they would get the money to take 
the lavender net out to eat when the dancing was done! 
Convertibles went by with their tops down, and for a 
few minutes school was forgotten while students reveled 
in the warmth and relaxation of spring. 





outdoors 




"Ooh that fresh spring air!" 
Eager Euclidites head for home. 







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SENIORS 

The senior returned to school with a look of proud 
superiority about him. He knew almost ever\one he 
saw and smiled condescendingly at the sophomores who 
looked at him with awe and paid for the elevator pass 
he proffered. The year unfolded in his mind. He heard 
the cheering crowds at the games, he saw the blue and 
gold waving over the rows of heads in the bleachers, he 
felt the intense spirit of his class as the first senior cheer 
passed their lips — and he knew it would happen so fast 
he would not believe it when it was over. The first foot- 
ball game, the senior party, and semester finals rushed 
by quickly and were gone. The senior forgot his medi- 
tations of the first day and lived only for the moment, 
caught in the whirl of senior banquet, senior prom, and 
graduation. On June 15th his last year of high school 
was over. He looked around in wonder and, clutching 
his diploma, walked away. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Don Hyne, President: Karen Eddy, Treasurer: Jan AUsopp, Secretary; Bill Hunt, Vice President. 



SENIOR COUNSELORS 

Miss Ruth Vermillion and Mr. Fred Johns 



Seniors at last! 




It was more than a new year, it was his senior 
year, and it was important for it would contain 
the most and best memories of his high school life. 
He wanted it to be a good year, evenly balanced 
with hard work and fun, so he was careful to 
choose those who would plan it with the best fore- 
sight and imagination. He was glad of his choice, 
for he saw as the year went by that the senior offi- 
cers and cabinet were initiating many improve- 
ments in class policy such as planning senior privi- 
leges with the administration. 




SENIOR CABINET 

Row One: D. Baumert, C. Mahany, J. Pickering, J. Cimperman. Row Two: J. 
Ware, B. Carlson, P. O'Neill, B. Fox, M. York. Row Three: D. Polo, R. Krulich, 
R. Markley. 



Mrs. Graafnieyer celebrates a happy birthday with some of her senior friends. 




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viil A. 1% 




DAWN ABBEY 

RICHARD ADAMS 

Swimming 3, 4. 

RONALD ADAMS 

DENNIS AIKEN 
Foremans Club 3, 4. 

RICHARD ALBERT 



Four-eyes 



Richard 



JOEL ALEXANDER 



Uncle Remus 



Football 2 ; Letterman 2 ; Wrestling 2 ; Letterman 2 ; Letterman's Club 2 ; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4. 



ANDREW ALJANCIC 

Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; N.H.S. 4. 



And) 



JOHN ALLEN 



D;cAr 



Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Class Cabinet 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Key Club 3, 4. 



THOMAS ALLEN 7 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 4; Letterman 4: Letterman's Club 
4; Class Cabinet 4; Prom Committee 4; Big Show 4; Cast 4; Student Council 
4; Executive Board 4; Homecoming Committee 4; E-Room Committee 4; 
Co-Chairman 4. 



JANET ALLSOPP 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4;:Executive Board 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 4; E-Room Committee 4; MoVie Club 3: Bookstore Worker 3; Spirits 
4; N.H.S. 4. s 



RICHARD ALTER 



MARIE AMATA 

Euclidian Rcprcscntalivc 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS AMICARELLI 



Dick 



Moe 



Phvllis 



World Affairs Club 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Big Show 3; Cast 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Cabinet 2; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Monitor 3: Student Council 3; 
Representative 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Junior Red Cross 3; Concession 
Worker 3; Hall Guard 4. 

BIRTE ANDERSON Bonnie 

Friendship Club 2. 



KENNETH ANDERSON ^^" 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Manager 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Honor 
Study Hall 3; Key Club 4. 



RONALD ANDERSON Ron 

Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Swim Club 3, 4; Big 
Show Cast 3; Spring Sports Attendant 3; Key Club 4. 



RONALD ANKUDA 



Whitey 



DON ANTONACCI 

Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 



NOEL ANTONELLI 

Honor Study Hall 3. 



THOMAS ARICO 

Concert Band 2; Pit Band 2. 



Nole 




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KAY AUFDENHAUS Kay 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 4; Orchestra 2; Friend- 
ship Club 3; Swim Club 2, 3; N.H.S. 4. 



JOHN AUSTIN 

Golf Team 2, 3; Captain 3. 



PATRICIA AVERY 



BONNIE BABER 

Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 



LINN BACKUS Linn 

Football 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3: Camera Club 3, 4; Vice President 4: Key Club 2, 3. 



WILLIAM BACON 

Movie Club 2. 



CAROL BAJEC 



Bill 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Survey Representative 3; Eucuyo 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Fall Play Production Staff 4; Hall Guard 4; Cafeteria 
Guard 4; Concession Worker 4; Student Council 4; Homecoming Committee 
4; Magazine Committee 4; Majorette Club 3; Megaphone Club 2: Cheerleader 



BETTE BAKER Bette 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 3; Girls" Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 3. 

PATRICIA BAKER P'^' 

G.A.A. 4; Class Cabinet 4; Hall Guard 3; Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 



CAROLYNN BAKOS Bu 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Class Guidance Council 3, 4: 
Prom Committee 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2: Ushering 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Representative 2, 3; Hall Guard 3, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2; .lunior Red Cross 3. 



MARYLYNN BAKOS Bi 

World Affairs 4; Sluclcnt Council 3; Megaphone Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class 
Cabinet 3; Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 



ANTHONY BALBUZE Tony 

Cross Country 2; Honor Study Hall 3; E-Room Committee 4; Manager 4. 

DAVID BALES ^"^^ 

Bowling Team 3; Movie Club 2, 3. 



DOUGLAS BALL 

N.H.S. 3, 4; Basketball 2; Movie Club 2, 3, 4 



DOROTHY BALOGH 

Friendship Club 2, 4. 



JAMES BALTRUS 



JOANNE BALTUS 



CAROL BARRESI 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 



Doug 



Jim 



Carol 




ANDREW BARRICK Andy 

P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4: Chess Club 3. 



LESLIE BARTA 





KAREN BARTEL ^' 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Student Council 2. 



GORDON BATEMAN 



Gordie 



GARY BATES 



DENNIS BATHORY 



Gary 



N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; President 4; Exec- 
utive Board 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; 
Assistant Mounting Editor 4; Spirits 4; Treasurer 4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Ohio Boys' State Representative 3. 



DIANE BAUER 

Friendship Club 3, 4. 



ALLEN BAUM 



At 



DOROTHY BAUMERT D 

G.A.A. 2; Class Cabinet 4; Spring Sports Attendant 2; Friendship Club 2: 
Honor Study Hall 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; Megaphone Club 2. 



GEORGE BAYER 



Waldo 



Football 2, 3; Baseball 2, 4; Big Show 3, 4; Cast 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; Masters 
3,4. 



JACQUELINE BAYER 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 



JAMES BECVAR 






N.H.S. 3, 4; Vice President 4; Student Council 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4: Key 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT BELL 



CLIFFORD BELL 



ROBERT BELSHAW 

Forcmans Club 4. 

ROBERT BENDING 

Honor Study Hall 2. 



ROGER BENO 



Cliff 



Bob 



Rog 



PATRICIA BENSO 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 



FREDERICK BENTHIMER 

Honor Study Hall 2. 



JOHN BERES 

Ralph 

Baseball 2, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 



LORRAINE BERNIER 



GERTRUDE BERTHOLD TtjE:^ Genie 

N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4; G.A.A. 2; Euclidian Business StatT 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Junior Red Cross 3; F.N. A. 4. 





KENNETH BERUS 



FRANK BERZANSKE 



Frank 



ARTHUR BIEIFELT 

Honor Study Hall 3; Foremans Club 4. 

RAYMOND BIONDI 



Ray 



SHARON BIZILY Sh 

I.Q.S. 4; World Affairs 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Homecoming 
Committee 3, 4; Publicity Chairman 3, 4; Majorette Club 2; F.N. A. 3, 4 
G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4 
Artist 4; Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Survey Representative 3, 4 
Euclidian Representative 4; Concessions Worker 3. 

GEORGE BIZZARRI 7 

Football 2, 3; Letterman 2, 3; Track 2, 4; Letterman 2, 4; Letterman's Club 
2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Euclid C.ioir 2; Choral Masters 3. 4; Boys' 
Quartet 2, 3, 4; Boys' Glee Club 3, 4. 

GARY BLASIUS G 



LINDA BLATNIK 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2. 



SUE BLAU 



Linda 



Tiger 



N.F.L. 4; Stage Crew 2, 3; All School Play 2, 3; Director 3; Production Staff 
2; Playnight 2, 3; Cast 2, 3; Production Staff 2, 3; Spring Play 2, 3, 4; Director 
4; Production Staff 2, 3; Choir 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM BOCK Bill 

Spring Play 3; Production Staff 3. 



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RAYMOND BODMER 

Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Bowling 4; Stage Crew 2. 



NANCY BOHINC 



F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Representative 2, 4; G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3,4; Exec. Board 3 ; Class Cabinet 3 ; Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



WILLIAM BOLDIN Bill 

Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS BONDl 

Girls" Glee Club 2; Friendsliip Club 3. 



BARBARA BOOTZ Barb 

Bookstore Worker 2, 3, 4; Manager 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3, 4. 



HEATHER BORTHWICK 



Heather 



World Affairs 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3. 



JOHN BOTERIUS John 

Camera Club 2; Class Cabinet 4. 

DOROTHY BOTZ Bolzie Babe 

Friendship Club 3. 



SUSAN BOYD Sue 

N.F.L. 4; World Affairs 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Big Show 3, 4; Production Staff 
3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



WILLIAM BOYD 






JUDITH BOYLE 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Prom Committee 4; Friendship Club 2, 4. 

JUANITA BRACALE 



Judy 



G.A.A. 3, 4; Student Council Representative 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4. I 




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ROBERT BRADACH 

ERIC BRADEN 

P.A. Club 3, 4; Announcer 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 

DENNIS BRADY 

Football 2. 

ALLAN BRANDENBURG 



Boi 



Car/ 



VIRGINIA BRATUSH Jec 

G.A.A. 4; Prom Committee 4; Euclidian Representative 4; Survey Repre- 
sentative 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2; Concessions Worker 2, 3; 
Euclidian Editorial Staff 3; Courier 3; F.N. A. 3, 4. 



LINDA BRAUND 



Linda 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Senior Assembly 4; Hall Guard Captain 4; Megaphone Club 2, 3, 
4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Alt School Play Cast 4; Big Show 3, 4; Cast 
3, 4; Survey Representative 3; Cub Reporter 2; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; N.H.S. 4. 



JAMES BRAZALOVICS 

Student Council 4. 



THOMAS BREED Tom 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; Concessions 3 ; P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4. 



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ALAN BREW 
Cross Country 2. 

ROBERT BRIGDEN 

Cross Country 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Key Club 3, 4. 



Brig 



BARBARA BRINZA Bonnie 

Camera Club 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Hall Guard 3. 



CAROL BROOKS 



Carol 



EDWARD BROUGHER 



DAVID BROWN 



N.F.L. 4; Stage Crew 2, 3; P.A. Club 3, 4; All School Play 2, 3; Production 
Staflf2, 3. 



FREDERICK BROWN Bruce 

Swimming 2, 3; Letterman 3; Letterman's Club 3; Swim Club 2, 3, 4. 



MARY BROWN Brownie 

Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Euclidian Representative 4. 



MARY ANN BROWN 



fia 



N.H.S. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 2. 



PHILIPPA BROWN 



Phil 



World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Big Show Band 2, 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 2, 3, 4; President 4; Librarian 4; Euclidian Representatise 4; Friendship 
Club 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Movie ClUb 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 





ROGER BROWN 



Roger 



N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Letterman 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Let- 
terman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; Vice-President 4; HaU 
Guard 4; Fall Play 4; N.H.S. 4. 



JUDY BROWNING 



Judy 



F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Spring Sports Attendant 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; 
Euclid Choir 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Survey Business Staff 4; Assistant Adver- 
tising Manager 4; Friendship Club 2; Senior Assembly 4; Student Council 
Representative 2; Majorette Club 3; Megaphone Club 2. 



VIRGINIA BUEHNER Ginny 

G.A.A. 4; Prom Committee 4; Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



CAROL BUREK Ca 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Class Cabinet 4; Big Show Cast 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



RICHARD BURHENNE Dick 

Eucuyo 4; Essay Editor 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Movie Club 2; N.H.S. 4. 



RICHARD BURKE 



/?!C>t 



DIANE BURLINGHAM 

Student Council Representative 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Big Show 
Cast 3, 4; Production Staff 3; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Art Editor 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 



JOYCE BURNS 



Burnsy 



N.H.S. 3, 4; N.F.L. 2; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2, 3; Choral Masters 4; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Copy Editor 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Fall Play 
Cast 4. S; 



KATHLEEN BURNS Kmhy 

Homecoming Queen 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; Spring Play Cast 3. 



DIANNE BUSCH Dimne 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4. 



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HAROLD BUSCHER 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4. V-1 ^ 



SANDRA CALVIN 

Friendship Club 2, 3; P.A. Club 2, 3; Technician 2, 3. 

KEN CAMERON 
Honor Study Hall 3. 



Sandy 



JOHN CAMPOLIETI 



John 




^TA 




\ TRUDY CANDELA 



ROBERT CANDON 



Tnidv 



Bob 



N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Manager 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; P.A, Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4. 



We'd give you the shirts off our backs 






GARY CANFIELD 



Gary 



Movie Club 2, 3; Big Show 2, 3. 4; Assistant Stage Manager 2, 3, 4; Production 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 4; EucHdian Business Staff 4; Assistant Business Manager 4. 



RAY CARDINALE ^«> 



BRITTA CARLSON sKCCU^: 5,i 

I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Class Cabinet 2; Class Guidance Council 2; 
Fall Play Production Staff 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Cashier 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 4; Ushering 2; Student Council Representative 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 4; N.H.S. 4. 

DONALD CARLSON L 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Spirits 4; President 4; Hall Guard 4. 



DENNIS CARPENTER 

Choir 2, 3, 4. 



PETER MICHAEL CARROLL 

Honor Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 2; Foremans Club 4. 

Hungry, Linda ^ 



Mickey 




BRUCE CARTER 



NANCY CARTER 



Nun 



I.Q.S. 3, 4; FT. A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Play Night 3; Production StatT 3; Spring Play Production Staff 3; Choir 4; 
Euclidian Business StatT 3, 4; Business Manager 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Fall 
Play Production Staff 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Home- 
coming Committee 3, 4; P. A. Technician 2. 

RODGER CASE Rog 

Foremans Club 4. 

CHARLOTTE CASSELL Charlotte 

Bookstore Worker 4. 

RALPH CEFARATTI /anko 

CAROL CERCEK Carol 

I.Q.S. 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3: President 4; G.L.C. 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3 ; President 4; Letterwinner 3, 4; Big Show Pro- 
duction Staff 2; Cadet Choir 2; Survey Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Assistant Account- 
ant 3; Assistant Business Manager 4; Spirits 4. 



JOANNE CERMELJ 

Honor Study Hall 3. 



CAROLYN CESA 

G.A.A. 2. 



JACQUELINE CESEN 

Friendship Club 3. 

NANCY CETINICH 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Executive Board 4; N.H.S. 4. 



Jacci 



Nancy 





LOU CHAMPA « X tou 

Football 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2; Pit Band 2; N.H.S. 4. 



DAVID CHAPMAN 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; Euclidian Homeroom Representative 2; 
Chess Club 2; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; N.H.S. 4. 



PATRICK CHECK 

PAUL CHECK 

Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Hall Guard 2, 3. 

JOHN CHINCHAR 



CHARLES CHIOFOLO 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Chess Club 3; Hall Guard 4. 



Chips 



JUDITH CIMPERMAN J^ 

Student Council Representative 2, 3; Megaphone Club 2; Class Cabinet 4: 
Euclid Choir 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 



SHEILA CLARKE Red 

F.T.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 3; Big Show 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 2, 3; Hall Guard 2, 3, 4. 




SUSAN CLARKE 



JUDY COCHRAN 



Sue 



Judy 



Junior Red Cross 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Orchestra 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3. 



CAROLINE COFFEEN 

Junior Red Cross 2, 3; Library Staff 2. 



MARILYN COHAGAN 

Euclidian Representative 3. 



KATHLEEN COLE 



Caroline 



Cohagaii 



Kalhv 



I.Q.S. 4; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; Big 
Show 3; Publicity Chairman 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian 
Business Staff 4; Assistant Ads Manager 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Library Monitor 3, 4: Spirit's Club 4; Student Council Representative 
3, 4. 



CLAYTON COLOMBI 



GERALDINE COLTRIN 



Giinpy 



Gerr\ 



I.Q.S. 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Courier 2, 3; Underclass Editor 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3; Ushering for Friendship 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Concessions Worker 2, 3, 4; Panther of the Week 4. 

EVELYN CONNER Evelyn 

Megaphone Club 2; Class Cabinet 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 3. 




Siirr\ sirls, it's Howdv Doodv time. 





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ARTHUR CONNOLLY 

Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 

INEZ COOPER 
Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Megaphone Club 2. 

KAREN CORBETT k 

Transferred to Euclid in junior year. Class Cabinet 3; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 4. 

BONNIE CORSARO Bo 

Euclidian Representative 2; Home Nursing Club 2. 



JOEL COWEN J 

Transferred to Euclid in senior year. 

JAMES CRAWFORD J 

l.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 2; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; EuclidChoir 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Boys' 
Glee Club 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Mounting Editor 4; Key Club 3, 4; 
Secretary 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Boys" Qiaintet 4; Student Director of Choral 
Masters 4; Madrigals 3, 4. 



Risher and Candon model Alaska's latest fashions. 




CAROLYNN CRENNELL 



Carrie 



F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2; Class Cabinet 2; Student 
Council 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Guide 4; Cafeteria Guard 4; Captain 
4; Concessions 2, 3; Megaphone Club 2; P. A. Club 2, 3, 4; Announcer 2, 3, 4; 
Technician 2, 3; All School Play Cast 4; Production Staff 4; Play Night Cast 
2, 3, 4; Spring Play Cast 3; Production Staff 3; Big Show Cast 3; Production 
Staff 3; Euclid Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Con- 
cession Manager 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; 
Secretary 4; Survey Representative 3; Euclidian Representative 3, 4; Senior 
Assembly 4; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 4. 

JOAN CURRUTT Joni 

G.A.A. 3; Majorette Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Senior Assembly 4. 
PATRICIA CUTCHER ^"'V 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 



NORMAN D'ALOISIO 

Spring Play Cast 3. 



JOAN DALTON 



DANIEL DAUGHERTY 

Camera Club 3. 



RICHARD DAUGHERTY 



Boots 



Dick 



N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4: Con- 
cert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 2; Swim Club 3, 4; Key 
Club 3, 4. 



MARY DAVID 

Euclidian; Representative 4. 



ROBERT DAY 



JOANNE DEANGELIS 



Bob 



Joey 



G.A.A. 3 ; Prom Committee 4; F.N. A. 4; Big Show 4; Spring Play Production 
Staff 4; Fall Play Production Staff 4; Euclidian Representative 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 





MATTHEW DEBEVEC 



BARBARA DEERTZ 



V r A^icll 



G.A.A. 3; Student Council 3; F.N. A. 4; All School Play 3, 4; Big Show 4; 
Spring Play Production Staff 3, 4; Fall Play Production Staff 4; Euclid Choir 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Senior Assembly 4. 



DENNIS DELSANTER 

Cross Country 4; Track 3, 4; Letterman 4; Concert Band 2, 3; Marching Band 
3; Pit Band 2; Honor Study Hall 4; Letterman's Club 4. 



DONALD DEMARCO Don 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Junior Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4. 




JEFFREY DEMIAN 



LLOYD DENNIS 



Jeff 



Lloyd 



N.A.S.S. 3, 4; K,ey Club 2, 3, 4; Division Secretary 4; Cross Country 3, 4; 
Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4.; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Vice President 
4; Honor Study Hall 3; N.H.S. 4. '~i '"" 



SALLYANN DeROTH 



Sally 



G.A.A. 3; Prom Committee 4; Movie Club 2, 3; Spring Play Production Staff 
4; Big Show Cast 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



JAMES DEVICTOR 



JAMES DeWOLF 



Todgie 



Football 2; Letterman 2; Wrestling 2, 3. 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4: Play Night 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Letterman's Club 2. 3, 4. 



CAMELLE DiFRANCO 



Tubby 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Majorette Club 2; Friendship Club 4; Sur- 
vey Representative 4; Chess Club 3; Senior Assembly 4. 



WILLIAM DODDS Bill 

Concert Band 2; Pit Band 2; Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 

TED DO LAN ^"' 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Football 2; Cross Country 3, 4; Letterman 3; Track 2. 3, 4; 
Lettcrman 2, 3, 4; Cub of tlu- Month 2; Lctterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOANNE DOLENC 

G.A.A, 2, 3; Student Council 2; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4; Mega- 
phone Club 2: Big Show 4; Friendship Club 2. 3. 4: Senior Assembly 4. 



ROGER DOMIN R"? 

Tennis 2; Foremans Club 3. 



TERRY DONALDSON 

Swimming 2; Class Cabinet 3; Play Night 3: Fall Play Cast 4. 



DONALD DONDREA Domve 

Camera Club 3; Basketball 2; Baseball 3; Diamond Club 3; Track 3, 4; Gym 
Leader 4. 




Mr. Asher winning friends and influencing people 





JUDITH DOWNING 



Oogie 



d.^ 







G.A.A. 3; Class Cabinet 3; Class Guidance 3; Megaphone Club 2; Big Show 
Cast 3; Decorating Committee 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



DIANE DREIFORT D 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; Big Show Cast 3; Play Night 3; Director 
3; Cast 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Thespians 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 4; Fall Play 4. 



ROBERT DREIS 

Bob 

DIANE DREYER Di 

Survey Representative 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 

RONALD DUCCA Ron 

BARBARA DuROSE g^,/, 

N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 

PATRICIA DUTY Patty 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 3, 4: Cadet 
Choir 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 

KAREN EDDY j^are,, 

G.A.A. 2; Class Treasurer 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Home- 
coming Attendant 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Reporter 
3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Senior Assernbly 4; Majorette Club 2, 3,4; Majorette 4; 

N.H.S. 4. ~|" ' 



CARL EISENBERG 



Carl 



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Student Council 4; Executive Board 4; Social Room Committee 4; Co-Chair- 
man 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Bo\vling Team 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 



DERONDA ELLIOTT Rc 

N.F.L. 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Secretary 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Big 
Show Cast 3; Girls" Glee Club 2; Euclidian Editorial StafT3, 4; Editor-in-Chief 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2: Spirits 3, 4; Secretary 3; Cub of the Month 
2; Panther of the Week 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; L.E.L. 
Visitation 2; Homecoming Chairman 3; E-Room Committee 3: Euclidian 
Representative 2, 3. 



STEVE EVERETT swvc 

Football 3,4; Letlcrman 3, 4; Uaskclbull 3: Raschall 3,4; Lctlernian'sClub 3, 4. 



ANTHONY FABEC 

Transferred to Euclid in Senior year. 



DIANE FARRILL 



Tony 



Di 



N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; N.H.S.3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; G. A. A. 
3,4; Girls" Glee Club 2; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Copy Editor 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 2; Student Council Representative 4. 

MARY ANN FEDOR Mary Am, 

I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3; G.L.C. 3; G.A.A. 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 
2; Girls" Ensemble; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; Assistant Editor-in-Chief 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Survey Representative 2, 3; Euclidian Representative 2, 3, 
4; Student Council Representative 3; Homecoming Committee 3; E-Room 
Committee 3; Survey Cub Reporter 2; Senior Assembly 4. 

CORNELIUS FIELDS Nick 

Cross Country 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Lettcrman 4; Letlerman's Club 4; Key 
Club 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 



JACQUELINE FIFOLT Jackie 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 3; Majorette Club 3; 
Megaphone Club 2. 



ELIZABETH FLECK Beriy 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendshio Club 2, 3, 4. 

SAM FLESHIN ^'*^ 

Cross Country 3; Track 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Stage Crew Club 2. 



CONSTANCE FORSBERG Co/mR- 

N.H.S. 3, 4; G..4.A. 2, 3; Big Show Choir 2; Cadet Choir 2; Friendship Club 

2, 3; Ushering 2; Home Nursing 2; Student Council 4; Concession Worker 2, 

3, 4; P.A. Club 2. 3, 4; Secretary 3. 4; Technician 2. 3, 4; F.N. A. 4. 



GERALD FORSTNER 



Jerry 



Basketball 3; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Swim- 
ming 3; Letterman"s Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; 
E-Room Committee 4; Co-Chairman 4; Hall Guard Captain 4; Magazine 
Drive 4; Co-Chairman 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Pres- 
ident 4; Spirits 4; President 4. 





JOAN FOWLER 

Girls' Glee Club 2. 

BONNIE FOX 



Bonnie 



N.H.S. 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Head Majorette 4; Book- 
store Worker 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 
3; G.L.C. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Senior Assembly 4; 
Survey Representative 2, 3; Euclidian Representative 4. 



PATRICIA FOX ^° 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3: Friendship Club 
2, 3; Usher 2. 



MARY FRAIN 



Mary 



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BETTY FRANKLIN 

Big Show Production Staff 3; Friendship Club 3. 

LOWELL FRAZEE 

Junior Red Cross 2; Concert Band 2: Honor Study Hall 3. 

CATHARINE FRIED 

Friendship Club 2. 

ELAINE FRIGA 



RALPH FROSS 



Blondie 



Lowe/ 1 



Cathy 



Ralphy 



Concert Band 3, 4; Top Sergeant 4, Marching Band 3, 4; Top Sergeant 4; Pit 
Band 3, 4; Top Sergeant 4: N.H.S 4.\ , 



WILLIAM FRYE 

N.A.S.S. 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letternian's Club 2, 3, 4; 
Foremans Club 4; Secretary 4. 



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KENNETH GAINER 

Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. 

GERALDINE GAJDA 



Giiiipy 



MARY GARGETIC A"//,/ 

G.A.A. 2; Fricruisliip Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Euclidian Representative 
4. 



KATHLEEN GARLAND A<///n 

FT. A. 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2. 



ANNA GARRIS ^ " Anna 

Student Council Representative 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
N.H.S. 4. I 



JUDITH GARRISON 



Judv 



G.A.A. 3, 4; Megaphone Club 3; F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 4; Honor Study 
Hall 2, 3. 



RAYMOND GASTER 



SALLY GAULT 



Sal/v 



N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; World AlTairs 3, 4: G.L.C. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Big Show Cast 2; Girls" Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2; Usher 2: Honor 
Study Hall 3; Survey Representative 2, 3, 4; Panther of the Week 4. 



ALFRED GEDDES Pigei 

Hall Guard 3. 

CARREL GENT Cand 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3 : Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Rcpresentati\e 2; Concession Worker 





NANCY GERL 



K/ M^ mm ^ MM 





N.H.S. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Vice- 
President 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Representative 3; Fall Play Cast 4; Play Night 2, 
3; Production Staff 2, 3; Choral Masters 3. 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Madrigals 3; 
Euclidian Representative 2; Eucu>o 3, 4: Friendship Club 2; Survey Editorial 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Cub Reporter 2; Reporter"3; Feature Editor 4; Representative 3. 

ROBERT GERMANO GeroiL 

Cross Country 3; Basketball 2, 3; Swim Club 3; Big Show Cast 4; Foremans 
Club 4; Senior Assembly 4: Hall Guard 4. 



JUDY GERZENY 

G.A.A, 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 

DON GESDORF 



Judy 



MARY GIANASI 



GERALDINE GIBSON 



Gcny 



F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2. 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; 
Concert Band 2, 3,4; Marching Band 2; Friendship Club 3 ; Senior Assembly 4. 



MICHAEL GIORDANO 



Wrestling 2; Track 2, 3: Golf 4; Letterman's Club 4; Class President 3; Hall 
Guard Captain 4. 



JAMES GLOBOKAR 



CAROL GLUBASKAS 



Carol 



F.T.A. 2. 3. 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4: Cadet Choir 2: Choral Masters 3, 4: 
Friendship Club 2: Ushering 2. 



LEONARD GOELLNER 



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EDWARD GOLOB 

Wrestling 2; Hall Cliiard 4. 

I JUDITH GOLOBOFF 



Ell 



Judy 



All School Play Production Staff 3; Spring Play Production Staff 3; Euclid 
Choir 3; Friendship Club 3, 4. 



FREDERICK. GONSO 



Fred 



I.Q.S. 3, 4: President 4; Eucuyo Editor 4; C uh Reporter 2; C oncert Band 2, 3, 
4; Board of Directors 4; Marching Band 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Sur\ey Editorial 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports Editor 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Co-Editor Senior 
Scandal 4. 



DIANA GOODRICH 



Dee 



THOMAS GORTZ 



Sid 



N.H.S. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Lctterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; 
Letterman 3; Baseball 2. 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Class 
Treasurer 2. 



PAULETTE GORYANES 



Paiily 



F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 3: G.A.A. 3; Student Council Representative 2; 
Cafeteria Guard 2; P. A. Club 3; Announcer 3: Technician 3; All School Play 
Production Staff 3; Play Night Production Staff 3; Spring Play Production 
Staff 2; Big Show Cast 3; Production Staff 2: Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 
3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Assistant Circulation Manager 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Concessions Worker 2, 3, 4. 
JANET GOULD Jan 

G.A.A. 2. 3; Majorette Club 2: Friendship Club 2. 3; Megaphone Club 2; 
Hall Guard 3, 4. 



WANDA GOZELINCHICK 



Chick 



DICK GRAAFMEYER 



Giaaf 



Football 2, 4; Letterman 2, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 
3, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 



GARY GRAMBERG 



Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 



Gary 




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DONALD GRAY Don 

Transferred to Euclid in Senior year; Football 4; Letterman 4; Basketball 4. 



RICHARD GRIFFIN ^"^ 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Student Council Representative 3; Key Club 4; Fall Play 4; Big Show 
Cast4;'survey Editorial Staff4; Senior Assembly 4; Hall Guard 4; Co-Captain 
4; Honor Study Hall 4. 

DONNA GRIGAS Donna 

Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 



NANCY GRILL ; ...;#S'?'| 

N.H.S. 4. filirW 

ROBERT GRISDALE 

Foremans Club 4: Concert Band 2; Pit Band 2. 



STANLEY GROONIS 



JEAN GROTENRATH 

Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 



Bob 



STANLEY GRUDEN 



Stan 



Big Show Production 3; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2. 



KAREN GRUGEL 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



ROBERT GUBANC 

Honor Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 2, 4. 

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ROSEMARY CjWINN 



IranslLTrcd to huclid in JunKir Year; N.F.I,. 4; World Affairs 4; Friendship 
Club 4. 



SANDRA HAAS 



Sandy 



G.A.A. 3; Megaphone Club 2: Big Show 2, 3,4; Girls" Glee Club 3; Friendship 
Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



BONNIE HALE 



.1. ■•■;■ 



G.A.A. 1, 3; Swim Club 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; .Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Swim Leaders 3, 4: N.H.S. 4. 



DAVID HALL Dave 

Football 2; Basketball 3; Baseball 2; Letterman 2; Golf Club 3. 4: Hall Guard 



PATRICIA HALL 



N.F.L. 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 3; N.H.S. 4. ; „ ^ 



JOAN HAMMINK 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 



JUDITH HAMMINK 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 



DONALD HAMMOND 



Jiidic 



GRACE HAMMOND 



Eddie 



Student Council 2; Concessions 3: F.N. .A. 4; Big Show 3; Production Staff 3: 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3. 4; Euclidian Representati\e 4: Sur\ey 4; 
Euchyo 2; Friendship Club 2. 4. 



ALBERTINE HANS 
G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 4. 



Tiirlle 



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LAWRENCE HANSEN 



WAYNE HAYES 

Big Show Band 2; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 



KAREN HAYNES 



Karen 



N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 4; Big Show Pro- 
duction Staff 3; Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4: Survey Representative 2; Spirits 
4; Euchyo Editor 3. 



KAREN HAYS 



Gabby 



G.A.A. 2; Prom Committee 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 2. 



GAYLE HEIDNIK 

G.A.A. 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 

NANCY HENDERSHOT 

Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2. 

RICHARD HENRY 

Honor Study Hall 4. 

PAUL HENSEL 



Gay 



CHARLES HERBST Chuck 

Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's Club 
3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 



ROBERT HICKS 



Hicks 



Cross Country 2, 3; Letterman 3; Track 3; Letterman 3; Letterman's Club 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 



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SUSAN HILL 



Sue 



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I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4: World A(fairs 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Student Council 2; Junior 
Red C ross 2; f.N.A. 3, 4; Big Show Cast 3; Girls" Glee Club 2; Survey Busi- 
ness StalT 4; Accountant 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Euclidian Representative 
3; Survey Representative 4; Hall Guard 4; Co-Captain 4. 



ROSEMARIE HLABSE 

Friendship C kib 4. 



Skip 



SHIRLEE HLABSE S/ml 

G.A.A. 4; Junior Red Cross 2: Friendship Club 2. 3. 4: Honor Study Hall 4. 



ALAN HOCEVAR 



WILLIAM HOCEVAR mWe 

Swimming 2; Key Club 2, 3. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 4. 

GLORIA HOFFMEYER Ghria 



JAMES HOLLAND 



MARGARET HOLLAND Margie 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 

SHARON HOLMES Shcrri 

Junior Red Cross 2; Concert Band 2. 

DARLENE HOMER oce 

G.A.A. 2. 3; Swim Club 3; Swim Leader 3; Concert Band 2. 3. 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3. 



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CORNELL HOPKINS 



Corney 



Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year; Swimming 3, 4; Swim Club 3, 4; Key 
Club 4; Concert Band 4; Marching Band 4; Pit Band 4; Swim Show 3, 4; 
N.H.S. 4. I 



BYRON HORTER 



Sig 



WILLIAM HORTON 



Swimming 2; Swim Club 2, 3. 



KATHRYN HOUCK 



BUI 



Kathv 



FT. A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Movie Club 
3; Majorette Club 2; Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Concession Worker 2, 3. 



DIANE HOYKAR 

G.A.A. 2, 3; F.N. A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



GERALD HUDEC 



Jerry 



Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 
4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 



KATHERINE HUDSON 
G.A.A. 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 

ROBERTA HUMPHREY 



Kay 



Bobbi 



l.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; World Affairs |.; All School Play 4; Student Director 4; 
Playnight Cast 2, 3; Big Show Cast S;; Survey Reporter 4; Editorial Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2, 3; Thespians 3; Secretary 3; Vice President 
4; E-Room Board of Managers 3. 



JOHN HUNCHAREK 

Foremans Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 



WILLIAM HUNT 



Bill 



Football 2; Track 2, 3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4; Class Vice-President 4; Honor 
Study Hall 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; N.H&,^;,;.;:.;: 




DONNA HUSZAR '-'"""" 

G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; M;ijorcltc Club 3, 4; M;ijorct(c 4; Mcg;iphonc Club 
2; Big Show Cast 4; Survey Representative 3; Friendship Club 2, 3: Honor 
Study Hall 3; Senior Assembly 4. 

DONALD HYNE />'" 

Football 2, 3, 4; Lettcrnian 3, 4; Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Class President 4; 
Class Cabinet 3, 4; Big Show 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



DARLENE lACOFANO ^"' 

G.A.A. 4; Megaphone Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 



BARBARA lAFELICE 

GAA. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 3. 



lafic 



\ SANDRA lAFELICE Sandy 

Class Cabinet 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Honor Study Hall 4; Friendship Club 2 

i JANICE IMBRY Janice 

l 

\ G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; F.N. A. 3. 




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GAIL JACKSON <^"'' 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 



POLLYANNA JACOBS 



Polly 



I.Q.S. 4; G.A.A. 2; Representative 2; Student Council Representative 3; Ad 
Club 3, 4; Swim Club 2; Swim Cadet 2; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial 
StafT 4; Staff Editor 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 4; Survey Repre- 
sentative 2; Euclidian Representative 4; Spirits 4; N.H.S. 4. 



LINDA JAKOPIC 

G.A.A. 3; F.N. A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 

MARGARET JAMES 



Linda 



Peggy 



N.H.S. 3, 4; Spirits 3, 4; Secretary 4; G.A.A. 2; Class Secretary 3; Class Cab- 
inet 3; Student Council Representative 2; Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3, 4; Cadet Choir 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 3. 4; Home- 
coming Attendant 4. L 




WILLIAM JANITZ '^ 

Cross Country Manager 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track Manager 3, 4; Letterman 
3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4. 



JENNIFER JENKINS J'^"'"'-' 

Swim Club 2; Swim Cadet 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Girls" Glee Club 2. 

PATRICIA JERIC Pat 

G.A.A. 3; Student Council Representative 3, 4; Spring Play Cast 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 



LINDA JOHNSON 



Linda 



N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Executive Board 4; World Affairs 3, 4; Vice President 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2; Fall Play Production Staff 
4; Big Show Band 2; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall3; N.H.S. 4. „,,.. 



DALE JONES Dale 

Student Council Representative 3, 4; E-Room Committee 4; Cross Country 
2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; 
Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4. 

LESLIE JONES Less 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; P. A. Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Announcer 3; 
Technician 3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 



MARY ANN JORDAN Ma'v ><"" 

G.A.A. 4; Honor Sludy Hall 4; F.N. A. 4. 

KENNETH KALINOWSKI Ken 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2. 



ANGELA KAPEL Angie 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Majorette Club 2. 



JANICE KAPLEY 

Euclidian Representative 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; 
Megaphone Club 2. 



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LORETTA KARDELL 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. 

DONNA KATONA 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2; G.A.A. 3, 4. 

ELAINE KATOSIC 



Ret 



Elaine 



G.A.A. 3, 4; Girls" Glee Club 2; Survey Representative 2, 4; Friendship Club 
2; Hall Guard 4; Soda Bar Manager 4; Megaphone Club 2; F.N. A. 4; Repre- 
sentative to Council 4. 



BARBARA KELLEY 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 



Barb 







MICHAEL KELLNER 



Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Swimming 2: Letterman's Club 4. 



Mike 



CAROLYN KELLY Carolyn 

N.F.L. 4; G.A.A. Representative 4; Play Night 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Eu- 
clidian Representative 2; Survey Representative 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Thespians 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 2. 



BONNIE KEMPKE 



JOSEPH KENYON 



Bon 



N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 2; Stage Crew Club 3; P.A. Club 4; Announcer 
4; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 2; Play Night Cast 3; Spring Play Cast 2, 3; 
Big Show Cast 3; Thespians 3, 4. 



BARBARA KERN 



KATHERINE KING 



Kathy 



I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, '4; Prom Committee 3; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Assistant Copy Editor 4; Euclidian Representative 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff4:Eucuyo Editorial Staff 4; Poetry Editor 4; Hall Guard 3; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Swim Club 2; Swim Cadet 2; Standards Committee 2. 



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SHARYN KINZIE Shan 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Class Guidance Council 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; Usher 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4. 



THERESA KISH 



Terry 



Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year; Euclid Choir 3; Choral M'asters 4; 
Friendship Club 4. 



JEFFREY KLEMENCIC 

Foremans Club 4. 



ALICE K.LICH 

F.T.A. 2, 3; Thespians 3, 4; Stage Crew Club 2. 



Jeff 



Al 



VIRGINIA KLIMA 



Klima 



F.T.A. 2, 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Big Show Production Staff 3 ; Big Show Band 4; Con- 
cert Band 2, 3, 4; Board of Directors 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 
4; Orchestra 2; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Reporter 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Senior 
Scandal Co-Editor 4; Spirits 4. 



BONNIE KNAUS 



Sunshine 



G.A.A. 4; Class Cabinet 3; Class Guidance Council 2; Prom Committee 3; 
Hall Guard 3, 4; Friendship Club 4. 




DENNIS KNAUS oenn 

Cross Country 3, 4; Letterman 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Class Cabinet 4; Swim Cadet 3, 4; Hall Guard 3, 4. 



JAMES KNAUS 



VICKIE KNOP Vic 



BRUCE KNOX Brm 

N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Sergeant 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 3; Varsity E Club 3, 4; Treas- 
urer 4. 
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•ATRICIA K.OKOTEC 



C like- 



ly. A. Club 2, 3, 4; Announcer 2, 3, 4; Technician 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 3. 



ALLEN KOLMAN 
Honor Study Hail 4. 



BETTY KOLTHOFF »'".' 

World AITairs 4; Student Council Representative 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Hall Ciuani 4. 



MARCELLE KOMARA 



Marcie 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Euclidian Representative 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 4: Hall Guard 3. 



BARBARA KOMYATI Komyati 

Student Council Representative 2,:3; Homecoming Decorations 2; Hall Guard 
2; Megaphone Club 2; J.V. Cheerleader 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; N.H.S. 4. 



JAMES KOS Jim 

Swim Club 2, 3, 4: Swim Cadet 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Lctterman 3, 4; 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 



DALE KOSKINEN 



LOIS KOSTELIC 



Dale 



PATRICIA KOVACH Pen 

Swim Club 3, 4; Swim Cadet 3, 4: Majorette Club 2; Megaphone Club 2; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2; N.H.S. 4. 



PENNY KOVACH 



G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 4, Suuey Representative 2; N.H.S. 4. 



Pc'/j/n- 




ROBERT KOSAK 



BARBARA KRAFT 



Krajtie 



World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Euclidian Representative 3; 
Survey Representative 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 



CAROLE KRALL Carole 

Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 4. 

PHYLLIS KRAMER Phyl 

Majorette Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 




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TERRANCE KRAPENC 

Hall Guard 2. 

LARRY KRASKA 



Terry 



Larry 



JUDY KRAUSE 



Maxie 



Swim Club 3; G.A.A. 2; Spring Play Production Staff4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 4; Choral Masters 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; 
Swim Cadet 3. 



JANICE KREIT 



Jan 



F.T.A. 4; Spring Play Cast 3; Fall Play Cast 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3; Euchd 
Choir 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Cub Reporters 2; Reporter 4; 
Eucuyo 4; Short Story Editor 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
N.H.S. 4. 



PEGGY KRIEGER 



Ann 



I.Q.S. 4; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council Representative 
3; Big Show Cast 2, 3; Euclid Choir 3; Cadet Choir 2; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 4; Assistant Copy Editor 4; Friendship Club 2; Survey Cub Reporter 2. 

TIMOTHY KRINCE Kooki. 

Basketball 2; Baseball 3, 4. 



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ALICE KRISTOFF ^/,-^.^ 

World Affairs 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 4. 



THOMAS KRUEGER 



Tom 



Tennis 2; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Leiterman 4; Letterman"s Club 4; Concert Band 
2, 3. 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Swim Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Swim 
Show 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 4. 



RONALD KRULICH Ron 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Track 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's Club 

2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Golf Cliib 2; Student Council Representative 2, 3; 

N.H.S. 4. »;.-:.:* ..:.:..,:. 

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JOHN KUCHERA Big Mm 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Football 2; Wrestling 2, 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 

3, 4; Concert Band 2; Pit Band 2. 



CAROLYN KUTHE 



Narla 



F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Euclid Choir 4; Euclidian Representative 4: Survey 
Representative 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; F.N. A. 3, 4. 



GARNETT KYTLE Cameii 

G.A.A. 2; Letterwinner 2; Honor Study Hall 3, 4: F.N. A. 4. 

WELDON KYTLE mii 

Basketball 2, 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; Captain 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4. 

WILLIAM LAMB Bill 

Football 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Golf 3; Letterman 3: Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 



JOHN LANESE j„,,„ 

N.F.L. 4; All School Play Cast 3, 4; Playnight Cast 3; Spring Play 3, 4; Big 
Show 4; Euclid Choir 4; Thespians 4. 



GERALD LANG 



Jerry 




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DIAN LANGMEYER Dian 

G.A.A. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 4. 



SHARON LAPORTE 



French)' 



G.A.A. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Class Guidance Council 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Committee Chairman 3; Play Night 3; Big Show Production 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Euclidian Representative 3. 



DAVID LARKIN 

Survey Reporter 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4. 



JUDI LARSEN 

Hall Guard 4; Honor Study Hall 2; Megaphone Club 2. 



BARBARA LASH Bad 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Student Council 2. 



ELMER LASH 



Corky 



N.F.L. 4; Class Cabinet 4; Football 2; All School Pl'ay 3, 4; Cast 4; Fall Play 
Cast 4; Playnight 4; Spring Play 3, 4; Big Show Cast 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Thespians 4. 



BETSY LAURIN 
G.A.A. 2, 3; F.N. A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD LAZAR 



ROBERT LEIDY 

Camera Club 2; Foremans Club 2. 

BETTIE LEMMONS 
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LORETTA LENARSIC 
G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 3; Honor Slialy Hall 4. 

JUANITA LEO 



Wenclv 



MARY LEONHARDT 

F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 3; Girls" Glee Club 2; Euelidian Representative 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 



EDDIE LESKE 



Schoohic 



Stage Crew Club 4; E-Room Manager 3, 4: Spring Play 4: Production Staff 
4; Euclid Choir 3, 4. 



JAMES LEWIS 



RICHARD LEWIS . * ■aS- 

P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Technician 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 



ROGER LEWIS 



SUE LEWIS 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Big Show Cast 3,4; Cadet Choir 2; Euclid Choir 3.4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4: Usher 4; Swim Club 3; Swim Cadet 3. 



MARYANN LID 

Friendship Club 2. 



CONSTANCE LINDQUIST C 

N.H.S. 3, 4; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; President 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3. 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4. 





CAROL LIPNICKI 

G.A.A. 3; Letterwinner 3; Student Council Representative 3, 4: Homecoming 
Committee 4; Megaplione Club 3; F.N. A. 3, 4. 



CHRISTINA LISCH 7 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Treasurer 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: 
Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; Ad Club 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2, 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 4. 



EDWARD LOCKARD £rf 



NOREEN LOCKER 



Nor 



Ad Club 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; F.N. A. 4; Friendship Club 2; Homecoming 
Committee 4. 



JANET LONCALA J 

G.A.A. 3; Junior Red Cross 3; F.N. A. 4; Secretary 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 4. 



ANTHONY LUCCI 



Skip 



Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 
2, 3, 4; Letterman"s Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Hall Guard 4. 



DONNA LUCCI 

G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



NORMAN LUCKAY 

ELVIRA LUDWIG 

Honor Study Hall 4. 

HARRY LUIKART 



Lucky 



Harry 



WANDA LYNCH 

World AIT;iirs4; G.A.A. 2, 3,4; Junior Red Cross 2; F.N. A. 3,4; Honor Study 
Hull 3. 



ROGER MACEWEN 



Mac 



Stage Crew Club 2, 4; Fall Play Production Staff 2; Play Night 2; Big Show 
Production Staff 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 4; Hall Guard 4. 



CAROL MACE 



Carol 



World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 4. 



MARGARET MADDEN 
G.A.A. 2. 



PATRICIA MAGALENGA 



Mad Hen 



Party 



F.T.A. 2, 3,4; Secretary 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3,4; Marching Band 
3, 4; Cadet Choir 2; Euclid Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Spirits 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4. 



CYNTHIA MAHANY 



Cindy 



N.F.L. 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; District Represent- 
ative 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Prom Committee 4; Big Show Cast 3; 
Survey Staff Reporter 3; Headline Editor 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Poetry Editor 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Homecoming Committee 3; F.N. A. 
4; Student Council 3; N.H.S. 4. i 



MARY JANE MAHNE 



J ante 



G.A.A. 2; Letterwinner 2; Spring Play Cast 2; Director 3; Friendship Club 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Student Council Representative 2; Movie Club 4; Swim 
Club 4; Megaphone Club 2; F.N. A. 4. 



MICHAEL MALONEY 



Camwnball 



STEVE MALOVIC 



AUDREY MANDEL 

G.A.A. 2. 



Aud 




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THOMAS MANERI 



RAYMOND MANGUS 

Golf Club 2, 3; Golf Team 2; Bowling 2, 3. 



HAROLD MANHEIM 



Pin Head 



Cross Country 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 



MAUREEN MANN ^ 

F.T.A, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Eucuyo 3, 4; Publicity Chairman 4; Friendship Club 
3, 4; Cabinet 3, 4; Usher 3; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4; Mega- 
phone Club 2; F.N. A. 4. 



JAMES MARESH J 

N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; TQ.S. 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; World Affairs 2, 3, 4; United Nations 
Delegate 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Executi\e Board 
2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2; Social Room Committee 3; L.E.L. Visita- 
tion 2, 3, 4; Parliamentarian 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Sur\ey Editorial Staff 2, 3. 
4; Sports Editor 2, 3; Editor-in-Chief 4: Honor Study Hall 2; Ohio Boys" 
State Representative 3; Cub of the Month 2. 

PATRICIA MARGALIS I 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 



LIBBY MARINO Libhy 

TQ.S. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Executive Board 3,4; Majorette Club 2, 3,4; 
Majorette 4; Class Cabinet 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Senior Editor 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Spirits 4; Senior Assembly 4; Hall Guard 4. 

ROBERT MARKLEY Boh 

Football 3; Track 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; 
N.H.S. 4. \ 



PEARL MAROFF 



Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Representati\e 4; 
Euclid Choir 3; Friendship 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



JOAN MAROLT Joannk' 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year; G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 3. 4; Swim 
Club 4; Swim Leader 4. 



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JOHN MAROLT 



PATRICK MARTIN 



NAOMI MARTUCCI Ni 

Big Show Production Staff 3; Euclid Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; Girls" Glee 
Club 2. 



FRANK MARTZ 
Movie Club 2. 



RICHARD MARZI 



BRUCE MASON 



Gcnciiil hiiuo 



Dick 



Nci 



Key Club 4; Football 2, 3,4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Letternian's Club 3,4; 
Vice President 4; Big Show Cast 2. 3, 4; Cadet Choir 2; Euclid Choir 3; Chess 
Club. 



PETER MASON 



CAROLE MASSELLA Carole 

Student Council Representative 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2, 3. 



LOIS MATEYKA 



Lois 



Student Council 3; G.A.A. 4; Letterwinner 4; Big Show Band 2; Concert Band 
2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Orchestra 2, 3.4; Eucuyo Editorial 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



ALLAN MATKO 



Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Letterman's 
Club 4. 






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PHILIP MATLOCK 

Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 



JEROME MAYERHOFER 



Jerry 



KATHRYN MAYNARD 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 

SANDRA McGILL 



Sandy 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 4: Euclidian Representative 4; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; Senior Assembly. 



JEAN McGLYNN 
Friendship 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 



LINDA McGregor 



Liiidv 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew Club 3, 4; Fall Play Production Staff 3; Playnight 
Production Staff 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Thespians 4. 



LINDA McILRATH L 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Class Cabinet 4: Prom Committee 4; Student 
Council 2; F.T.A. 4; Spring Play Cast 4; Euclid Choir 4; Survey Representative 
4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 4. 



BETSEY Mcknight 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Big Show Cast 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 2. 



DENNIS McLEOD 



Betsey 



Denny Mac 



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Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Letterman's 
Club 4; Honor Study Hall 4; Hall Guard 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN McMAHON K, 

I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Prom Committee 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Concession Worker 2; Cafeteria 
Guard 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Euclid Choir 3; Girls" Glee Club 2; Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Social Editor 4; Euclidian Representative 2, 3; Friendship 
Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Senior Assembly 4. 



ROSEMARY McVETTA 

Friendship Club 2, 4. 

LOUIS MEDVED 



Lou 



SUE ANN MEDVED 

Majorette Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3. 

LUCILLE MEDVES 



RICHARD MERHAR 

Honor Study Hall 3. 

DAVID MERSEK 



Dick 



BARBARA MESSINA 



Barb 



G.A.A. 2. 3; Big Show Cast 3: Euclid Choir 2. 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3. 

KENWOOD MESTROVICH ^^« 

N.F.L. 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4. 



WILLIAM MEYERS 

Honor Study 3. 

KATHLEEN MIHELIC 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 



mllv 



Kathy 




259 





JOAN MILENOCK ■>"' 

F.N. A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls" Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 3; Ushering 3; 
Honor Study Hall 3. 



MARGOT MILLAVEC 



Maigo 



Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year; I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 3; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Reporter 3, 4. 




ESTHER MILLER 

F.N. A. 4; Euclidian Representative 4; Friendship Club 3. 

BLAIR MILLER 

Honor Study Hall 3. 



MARJORIE MILLER 
G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 



Blizzard 



Margie 



MARLENE MINELLO 
G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2. 



MADELINE MITCHEL 



Junior Red Cross 3; F.N. A. 3, 4; President 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 
3, 4; Board of Directors 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Spirits 4; N.H.S. 4. 



CAROL MOENICH 

Megaphone Club 2. 



DAVID MOG 



Carol 



World Affairs 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 



RICHARD MOG 

Foremans Club 4. 



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ALBERT MOONEY 

Wrestling 3. 

ROBERT MORRIS 

Bookstore Worker 4. 



BERNADETTE MORSE 



Megaphone Club 2; F.N. A. 4; Euclidian Representative 3; Honor Study Hall 
3,4. 



BEVERLI MOSER 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2. 



ROBERT MOSS 

Honor Study Hall 3. 



DIANE MRAMOR 



I JOANNE MUIR 

s G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club : 



JUDITH MULVIHILL -/'«/> 

F.T.A. 3; Student Council Representative 3, 4: Class Cabinet 3: Eucuyo 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 



LAWRENCE MUNZ 

Swimming 2; Movie Club 2, 3. 

I PETER MUSHINKO 



I N.H.S. 3, 4; President 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Football 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Baseball 

i 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3. 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. 




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CAROLE MYERS 

G.A.A. 2. 



DOROTHY MYLES 



Carole 



RUDOLPH NAINIGER 



KATHRYN NELSON 



Rudy 



Kathi 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Hall Guard 2, 3; 
Room Secretary 2. 



MARIHELYN NELSON ^ .. mil 

N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Circulation Manager 4; Eucuyo 
4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Friendship Qub 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; N.H.S. 4. 

WILLARD NELSON Bill 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Swim 
Leader 3, 4; Student Speaker 4; Swim Club 3, 4; Vice President 4; N.H.S. 4. 



WILLIAM NELSON B'// 

Football 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 



PATRICIA NEMEROVSKY 

Survey Representative 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



DOROTHY NENADAL Doi 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 3. 



DAVID NEWMORE snech 

Class Cabinet 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3; Fall Play 4; Key Club 4; 
AU School Play 4. 



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JEANETTE NICK J"" 

G.A.A, 2; Big Show Production Staff 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; Honor Study 
Hall 4. 



Doric 



DOLORES NIEBERDING 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2, 3. 



BARBARA NOVAK Barb 

G.A.A. 4; Euclidian Representative 3; Friendship Club 4: Honor Study Hall 3. 

DONALD NOVAK Do,, 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; Pit Band 2. 



KAREN NOVAK Mouse 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4; F.N. A. 4. 

LOUANN NOVAK Lou 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4; Pit Band 4; Euclid 
Choir 4; F.N. A. 4. 

LOUELLA NOVOSEL Debbie 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering 2. 



GEORGE NOWACEK 



George 



I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Vice President 4; Executive Board 
4; Swim Club 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 4; Basketball 2; Track 2; Swimming 3, 4; Letterman's Club 4; Playnight 
Cast 3; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; President 
4; Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Boys' Quartet 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
Assistant Picture Editor 4; Survey Representative 2; Euclidian Representative 
3, 4; Ohio Boys' State Representative 3. 



JEROME OBERSTAR 



Jerry 




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DENNIS O'HARA 



Irish 



JOANN OHLRICH Jo 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Euclidian Representative 4; Friendship Club 4. 

GARY OKORN Squirrel 

Big Show Stage Manager 3; Euclid Choir 2, 3; Choral Masters 4. 

BRENDA OLA Brenda 

Survey Representative 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3; Megaphone Club 2. 

JANET OLEKSY Jan 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 2, 3. 

PATRICIA OMAHEN Pat 

Big Show Production Staff 2 ; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 ; Cabinet 4 ; Usher 2,3,4; 
F.N. A. 4; N.H.S. 4. 



BARBARA OMANSKI 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 

MARY O'NEILL 



Babs 



Peggy 



Majorette Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 3. 




FRANCINE OSREDKAR Fr 

G.A.A. 2; Prom Committee 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT OTT 



SUSAN OTT 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 

MARY OVERMAN 



I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Historian 3; Student Council Representative 2; Home- 
coming Committee 2; Megaphone Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Big Show Cast 3; Euclid Choir 4; Survey Business Staff 
3, 4; Secretary 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2; Ushering 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2; N.H.S, 4. 

MADELYN PALISIN 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 2, 3: Megaphone Club 2; 
F.N. A. 3, 4. 



NANCY PALMER 

G.A.A. 3; Hall Guard 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 
3; Homecoming Committee 3; Megaphone Club 2; F.N. A. 3, 4. 



NANCY LOU PALMER 

Majorette Club 2, 3; Fall Play Production Staff 3; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Hall Guard 3, 4. 



ELAINE PAPP 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3. 



Sue 




\ 



The jig's up — here comes Mr. Graham! 





RICHARD PARZIALE Dick 



MATHEW PASQUALE 

Honor Study Hall 3; Camera Club 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



GARY PATRICK Gary 

Baseball 2. 



RONALD PATRICK 



Freddy 



N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 
4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3. 4; Key Club 2. 4: Hall 
Guard 4; Cub of the Month 2. 



CAROL PATRYCY 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. 



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JUDITH PATTERSON ^'«^'> 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Megaphone Club 



LINDA PECJAK 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ushering 3; Megaphone Club 2. 



ALBERT PEKOL 

World Affairs 4. 



PATRICIA PERRIS 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Euchdian Business Staff 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 2, 3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Megaphone Club 2, 3; Friendship Panel 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 3; Cheerleader 2; N.H.S. 4. 

RICHARD PERRY 

World Affairs 4; Camera Club 3. 



Rich 



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MARLENE PETERKA 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; F.N. A. 2. 

MARGRET PETERLIN 



Marly 



Peggy 



G.A.A. 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3- 
Majorette Club 2 



SUSAN PETERS 

Swim Club 3. 4; Swim Cadet 3, 4. 

DONNA PETERSEN I 

I.Q.S. 4; Big Show Cast 2; Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 4; Euclidian Art 
Editor 4; Friendship Club 2; Euclidian Representative 2; P. A. Club 2, 3; 
Technician 2, 3; N.H.S. 4. 

DONALD PETERSON 



KAREN PETERSON 

F.T.A. 4; Class Guidance Council 2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 3; Girls' Glee Club 
2; Euchd Choir 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 4; Friendship Club 2- Student 
Council Representative 2, 3; Majorette Club 3; Megaphone Club 2: Home- 
coming Attendant 4. 




And then there's the one about the tra\eling salesman, see 





RONALD PETRO 



Peach 



Football 2, 3; Letterman 2; Wrestling 2, 3; Letterman 2; Letterman's Club 2; 
Big Show Cast 3, 4; Choir 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Advisory Board 4. 



PATRICIA PETROVIC j:>nm ' 

N.F.L. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Class Guidance Council 3 ; Big Show 
Production Staff 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 

3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 3; N.H.S. 

4. i. 



JUDITH PICKERING /wrfj 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Class Guidance Council 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Usher 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Secretary 3; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3. 



EDNA PICKETT Eddie 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Swim Club 3; Swim Cadet 3. 



CAROLYN PIERCE 



Carolyn 



N.F.L, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Play Night Cast 2, 3, 4; Production Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Play 3; Big Show Cast 3; Production Staff 3; Friendship Club 2; Thes- 
pians 3, 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Student Council 2; Movie Club 4; N.H.S. 4. 

ELAINE PINTO Elai 

G.A.A. 4. 



WILLIAM PIPER Pip 

Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4: Letterman's Club 4. 

JACQUELINE PIRMAN Jackie 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 

SANDRA PIRMAN Sandy 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 

MARIAN PITINGOLO Marian 

Survey Representative 2 ; Friendship Club 2, 3 ; Honor Study Hall 2 ; G.A.A. 4. 



DAVID PLESNICAR Don 

Fall Play Orchestra 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 

ELINOR PLESTIS fi 



RICHARD PLUMMER 



MARCIA POHTO 



I.Q.S. 3, 4; Vice President 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 4; 
Representative 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclidian Representative 2; Survey 
Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; Copy Editor 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Hall Guard 3; Student 
Council Representative 3. ;, 



DUANE POLO 

Euclid Choir 4; Spring Play Cast 3; Senior Cabinet 4. 

ROSS POSATIERE 



Duane 




Who said hall guarding was a boring job? 





DIANE POWERS 

Student Council Representative 4; G.A.A. 4. 

MARY JANE POYSER Mary j 

F.T.A. 2, 3; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2; Orchestra 2; Euclidian Representative 
4; Survey Representative 3; Movie Club 4; F.N. A. 3, 4. 

LORNA POZNIK Lo 



NED PRESLEY Ned 

Big Show Production Staff 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; 
Pit Band 2. 



LAWRENCE PRINCE lq^j- 

P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4. 

CAROL PROSTOR Carol 

World Affairs 4; Survey Representative 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Friendship 
Usher 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Fall Play 2; Homecoming 
Committee 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3. 



DIANE PRUDISH 

F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; Big Show Cast 3; Girls" Glee 
Club 2; Cadet Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2, 3: Usher 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2. 



JOHN PRZYBYS 

Key Club 2; Euclidian Representative 3. 

MICHAEL QUINN 



Jack 



Mike 



IRENE RAKAS /' 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4;'G.A.A 3, 4; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Girls" Glee Club 
2; Friendship Club 2; N.H.S. 4. 



LEIOTTE RANDOLPH 

G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 3. 

THOMAS RAYNER 



MARYANN RECHNER 



G.A.A. 2; Class Guidance Council 2, 3; Friendship Club 3, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2. 



JAN REITENBACH 
Honor Study Hall 3. 



BARBARA REITER 



F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4; Big Show 2; Cast 2: Cadet Choir 
2; Euchyo 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; Hall Guard 4. 



PATRICIA RELYEA Paiir 

G.A.A. 2; Class Vice President 3; Class Cabinet 3; Class Guidance Council 3: 
Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Attendant 2; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Ma- 
jorette 3, 4; Head Majorette 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Production Stafr2; Friend- 
ship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2, 3; Senior Assembly 4. 




Hey, I think my toe's on fire! 





KAREN RESS K'"-en 

N.F.L. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Student Council 
2; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Camera Club 2; All School Play 3, 4; Pub- 
licity Chairman 4; Play Night Publicity Chairman 3; Cast 3; Spring Play Pub- 
licity Chairman 3; Cast 3; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Choral Masters 3. 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Dramatics 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM JAMES RICKET Jim 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Track 3; Football 2; Cross Country 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Cap- 
tain 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 3, 4; President 
4; Key Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 4; N.H.S. 4. 



BERNADETTE RIEBE Bimny 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 

DAWN RIEBE fIffSU ^""'" 

F.T.A. 3, 4; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2; Cadet Choir 2; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; N.H.S. 4. 

RICHARD RINGENBACH Dick 

Stage Crew 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 

ROSEMARIE RINI Roc 

G.A.A. 4; Girls" Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 4. 



JUDITH RISER 7/ 

G.A.A. 3, 4; All School Play Production Staff 3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Usher 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 



WILLIAM RISHER Bill 

Football 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4: 
Letterman's Club 3, 4; Fall Play 4. 



WILLIAM ROBERTS Mr. Roberts 

Foremans Club 4; President 4. 

SHERRY RODD Sherry 

G.A.A. 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Euclidian Representative 4. 



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PATRICIA RODE 



ROBERT ROGOSCH 



Tennis 2, 3, 4; Lcltcrm;m 3, 4; Lctterman's Club 3, 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL ROHRER 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 3; F.N. A. 4. 



DENNIS ROSE 



DONALD ROSEN 



JOANNE ROSSI 

Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 




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JOYCE ROSSODIVITA 

G.A.A. 3; Friendship Club 2. 



SUZANNE ROWELL 



Joyce 



Sue 



Junior Red Cross 3; F.N. A. 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Transferred to Euclid in 
Senior Year. 




STEVE RUSICKA Rusty 

Junior Red Cross 3; F.N. A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 

LORENE RUSK lonie 



JERALDINE RUSZKAY 



Jerry 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 3; Megaphone Club 2, 3; 
F.N.A. 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4. 



JOHANNA RUSZKAY joc 

G.A.A. 2, 3,4; Megaphone Club 2, 3; F.N.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3, 4. 



BARBARA RUTSKY 

Friendship Club 3. 

JEFFREY RUVEN 



Barb 



Jeff 



World Affairs 4; Student Council Representative 3; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Senior Assembly 4. 



PATRICIA RYAN 

F.T.A. 2; World Affairs 3, 4; Treasurer 4; F.N.A. 3, 4. 



RALPH RYAN 



Pat 



Ryan 



JANET RYDER 

Girls' Glee Club 2. 



TIMOTHY SABULA 



Football 2; Track 3, 4; Swimming 2; Hall Guard 2; Senior Assembly 4. 



MARILYN SAMSA Marilyn 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 4; F.N. A. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Friendship Club 2; Sen- 
ior Assembly 4. 



JUNE SAMSON 

Hall Guard 3; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 

ROBERT SANIGA 
THOMAS SAWYER 




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Bob 



KENNETH SCHAAB 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Big Show Production Staff 3. 



MARCALINE SCHAFFNER 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Friendship Club 2. 



Marcy 



CHARLES SCHEER Chuck 

Football 2; Key Club 4; Spring Play Cast 3; Senior Assembly 4. 

PATRICIA SCHLARB Dallas 

F.T.A. 2; Student Council Representative 2; G.A.A. 2; Eucuyo Art Editor 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 





CHARLES SCHLEGEL 



Chuck 



mk ^L 





tSdk^ik 



Football 4; Letterman 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Letterman 3, 4: Tennis 
3: Letterman's Club 3, 4; Play Night Cast 3. 



MARY JEAN SCHROEDER 



Mary Jean 



F.T.A. 4; Junior Red Cross 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Big Show Cast 3; Production Staff 
3; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclidian Representative 2, 3; Survey 
Representative 4; Typist 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; F.N. A. 4. 



JEAN SCHULER 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 3; G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 4. 



ROSEMARIE SCHULZ 



Bodie 



Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2; Friendship Club 
3, 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN SCHULZE J<- 

Key Club 4; Big Show Production Staff 2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; Choral Mas- 
ters 3, 4. 



PATRICIA SCHUMACHER Po 

I.Q.S. 4; Student Council Representative 2; Ad Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Business Staff 4; Ad Manager 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 



JANE SCHWEGLER 



Janey 



I.Q.S. 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; G.L.C 2, 3, 4, G A A 2, 3, 4; Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; Survey Representative 2, 3; 
Survey Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Editorial Staff 3, 4; Business Treasurer 3; Busi- 
ness Manager 4; Friendship Club 2 Usher 2, Girls' State Representative 3. 

ALAN SCIRANKO Al 

Bowling 2, 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 

ROBERT SEAMON Bob 

Bowling 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES SEMAN jm 

Bowling 4. 



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DENNIS SEMICK 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; Pit Band 2. 



GIOVANNI SERRA 

Stage Crew Club 4. 



JANET SERWATKA 

Majorette Club 2, 3; Friendsliip Club 2, 3, 4. 



Denny 



PEGGY SESTAK 



Pook 



JAMES SEVER 
Honor Study Hall 2. 

RITA SHANNON 

World Affairs 2; G.A.A. 4; Fall Play Production Staff 4. 



Shannon 



PRISCILLA SHARP 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Big Show Choir 2; Cadet Choir 2; Friendship Club 
3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Junior Red Cross 3, 4. 



SUSAN SHEA 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Friendship Club 2. 4. 



DAVID SHEEHAN 



SANDRA SHEELEY 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship Usher 3, 4. 



Sanely 




PHILIP SHEMKUNAS ^'"' 

P.A. Club 3, 4; Technician 3, 4. 

BONNIE SHREWSBURY Boimie 

N.H.S. 3. 4; Swim Club 2, 3, 4 Swim Cadet 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Concert Band - 
2, 3, 4; IVIarching Band 3, 4; Pit Band 3, Honor Study Hall 3. 



CHARLOTTE SHURILLA 



Char 



I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4;G.A.A. 3 ; Class Cabinet 3 ; Prom Committee 3; Home- 
coming Committee 4; Big Show Cast 3; Girls" Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; 
Euclidian Representative 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Assistant Circu- 
lation Manager 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 4; Hall Guard 4; Concession Worker 
2, 3; Survey Representative 2, 3; Senior Assembly 4; Survey Business Staff 3; 
N.H.S. 4. 



CATHERINE SINGISER 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



WARNER SIPPOLA 



Kav 



Sippy 



N.A.S.S. 3. 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Letterman's 
Club 3, 4; Hall Guard 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



ANTONIA SIVEC 

Transferred to Euclid in Senior year. 



MARILYNN SKEIVIS 



Marilynn 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4; E-Room Committee 4; 
Fall Play Production Staff 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4; 
Senior Assembly 4; N.H.S. 4. '-•-sj -■■• 



SANDRA SKRANC 



Sandy 



G.A.A. 2; Euclid Choir 2, 3; Survey Business Staff 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Thespians 4; Hall Guard 4; Survey Representative 2, 3. 



RAYMOND SLAYTON Ra 

N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4; Key 
Club 3; N.H.S. 4. 



ALLEN SMITH- 
Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 

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CAROL SMITH 

Friendship C liib 4. 

SALLY SMITH 



Carol 



Sally 



F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Megaphone Club 2; Student Council Representative 
3; Big Show Cast 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 
2; Fall Play Cast 4, 



SHIRLEY SMITH 

Friendship Club 2. 

THOMAS SMITH 



Shirl 



Smitiy 



N.A.S.S. 3, 4: Football Manager 2, 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Lettcrman 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



RALPH SMOLIK 



Uncle Ralph 



Football 2; Student Council Representative 2: Honor Study Hall 2. 3: Hal 
Guard 4; Senior Assembly 4; Bowling 3. 



KAY SNOW 



Katie 



G.A.A. 4; Big Show Cast 3; Euclid Choir 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; Fall Play 
4; Megaphone 2. 



DONNA SNYDER 



ROBERT SNYDER 

Movie Club 2, 3; Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 



ROSEMARY SNYDER 
F.T.A. 4. 



LAWRENCE SOBE 



Donna 



Johnny Reb 



Larry 



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GORDON SOEDER 



Gordon 



Football 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4; Key Club 2, 4; 
Fall Play 4; Play Night Cast 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3, 4; Euclid "Choir 2; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Boys" Quartet 2, 3, 4; Boys' Glee Club 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2: Hall Guard 3, 4. 

RICHARD SOEDER 



Rich 



Cross Country 2; Track 2. 



GERALD SOLANICS ■/^'"O' 

N.F.L. 4;World Affairs 4; Fall Play 3; Spring Play Cast 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



LAWRENCE SOMRAK 



Larry 



SUSAN SORCHY 



1.0S.4: G.L.C. 2, 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3,4; Secretary 3 ; Vice President 4; Ad Club 
4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Survey Business Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Assistant Treasurer 3; Ad Manager 4; Survey Representative 4; G.A.A. Rep- 



resentative 3, 4 
ROGER SPENCER 



Rog 



SALLY SPENCER 



5a//.v 



I.Q.S. 3. 4: N.H.S. 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Council Executive 
Board 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Usher 2; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4; News Editor 4. 

SUSAN SPOONAMORE Sm 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



PHYLLIS ST. JOHN /./„// 

G.A.A. 2, 3; F.N. A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 

SHARON STAKICH Sharon 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2: Friendship Club 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



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ALYCE STANKIEWICZ 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 3; Senior Assembly 4. 

SHARON STANTON 
Transferred to Euclid in Senior year. 



ALEX STANWICK 



GAIL STARMAN 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



GERALD STEGH 

Honor Study Hall 3; Senior Assembly 4. 



Alyce 



Sharon 



Jerry 



RONALD STEGH Ron 

Big Show Cast 2; Euclid Choir 2: Honor Study Hall 3: Senior Assembly 4. 



JUDY STEIN 






F.T.A. 3, 4; Girls" Glee Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; N.H.S. 4. 



JACQUELINE STEINMETZ 



Judy 



Jack ic 



G..A.A. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 4: Prom Committee 3; Junior Red Cross 3: F.N. .A. 
4; Friendship Club 2. 



SANDRA STERANKA 



Sandy 



N.F.L. 3, 4; Vice President 4; I.Q.S. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Representati\e 3; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3, 4; Publicity Chairman 3; Megaphone Club 2: Big Show Cast 
2; Euclid Choir 2; President 2; Friendship Club 2. 3. 4: Friendship Usher 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; Cub Editor 4: N.H.S. 4. 

KAREN STEVENS Ko-Ko 

N.F.L. 2, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3; Student Council 
Executi\e Board 3, 4: Homecoming Committee 4; Mo\ie Club 4: Fall Play 
Production StatT 2. 3, 4; Play Night Production Staff 2, 3, 4: Spring Play Cast 
2; Production Staff 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Thespians 2, 3. 4: Representati\e 
to Girls" State 4; Panther of the Week 3; Concession Worker 2, 3. 4. 

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ROBERT STEVENSON Sob 



MARY STEWART Lynn 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 

HARRY STOKES -^'""''^ 

Transferred to Euclid in Senior year. 

JOANNE STRACHAN Joanne 

G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 4. 

JOAN STRAUSBAUGH Joan 

F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 3. 



JUDITH STRNAD 

Honor Study Hall 2; Senior Assembly 4. 



Judy 



CAROLE STRNISHA Carole 

Friendship Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Senior Assembly 4. 

SHERYL STRONG Sherry 

World Affairs 4; Girls" Glee Club 2; Survey Representative 4. 



JAMES STRUNA 



Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 
3, 4; Hall Guard 4; Captain 4; Play Night Cast 3; Fall Play Cast 4. 



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DANIEL STUCKI 



JUDITH STUPAR Judi 

G.A.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 

ELEANOR SUBSTELNY El 

Friendship Club 2, 3_, 4. 

PATRICIA SULAK Pai 

N.F.L. 2; G.A.A. 2, 4; Swim Club 3; Swim Leader 3; Euclid Choir 3; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Usher 3. 



MARY SUMMERS 



Mary 



N.H.S. 3, 4; Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 3; Megaphone Club 2. 3. 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3. 4: 
Big Show Cast 4; Euclid Choir 4; Friendship Club 2. 3: Honor Study Hall 2: 
Survey Representative 4; Hall Guard 4. 

MARILYN SUSMAN ^Jemie 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 2. 3. 



MELVYN SUSNIS 

Camera Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 



DALE SUSTARSIC 



Mel 



Dale 



SUSAN SUTPHIN 



Susie 



F.T.A. 2; G.L.C. 4; G..\..\. 3, 4: Student Council Representative 2, 4: Home- 
coming Committee 2, 4; Majorette Club 3; F.N. A. 3: Big Show Cast 3; Pro- 
duction Staff 3: Girls" Glee Club 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; E.\ecuti\e Board 3: 
Girls" Ensemble 2. 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Survey Representati\e 3: Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 2; Honor Study Hall 3. 



DENNIS SWARTZ 



Denny 



Football 3; Basketball 3; Class Cabinet 4: Honor Study Hall 3: Golf Club 2. 

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LYNNE SWENSEN f :'x"^'«^" 

G.A.A. 2, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3,;4;,N.H.S. 4. 



JAMES SZABO 



Lynne 



CAROL TAKACS 



Carol 



I.Q.S. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.4- 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Ad Club 3, 4; Fall Play Production Staff 2, 3; 
Euclidian Business Staff 4; Treasurer 4; Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 
2; Cub Reporter 2; Concession WcSrfcer 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 



JOANN TANNEHILL Taw 

Eucuyo 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Student Council Representative 2. 

TRESS A TAN NO Tres 

Transferred to Euclid in Junior Year. 

DONALD TARANTINO Don 

Football 2; Track 2; Big Show Cast 4; Senior Assembly 4. 



COLEMAN TAYLOR Co/e 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4: Letterman's 
Club 3, 4. 



JOSEPH TEKAVrC Joe 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4: Hall Guard 2: Baseball Club 2. 3, 4. 



DIANA TENTLER Di 

Swim Club 2; Majorette Club 2, 3: F.N. A. 3: Play Night 2; Friendship Club 2. 

THOMAS TERCEK T""' 

Camera Club 2; Photography Club 2. 



FRANK TERRANT 

Football 2, 3, 4; Lcttcrman 4; Wrestling 2; Lcttcrman 2; P. A. Club 2. 



THOMAS TEWELL. 

Baseball 2, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Big Show Band 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 
4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 



SUSAN THEIS 

G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Class Cabinet 4; Junior Red Cross 2, 3; P. A. Technician 
2, 3; Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Treasurer 2; Girls' 
Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; Friendship Club 2, 4: Concession Worker 
2; Madrigals 3, 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Euclidian Representative 3. 

CAROL THOMAS 7-, 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 



JAMES THOMAS 

Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Lctterman 3. 4: Letterman'' 
Club 3, 4. 



JUDITH THOMPSON 



Judy 



PATRICIA THOMPSON 

G.A.A. 3; Euclid Choir 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3- Honor 
Study Hall 3. 



ANTHONY TICCHIONE 



Tony 



GEORGE TIFFANY G'-oS"^ 

Football 2; Swimming 2; Honor Study Hall 3, Golf Club 2, 4; N.H.S. 4. 

I 

SHARON TILLY 5,,^,,,. 

G.A.A. 4; Class Secretary 2, 3; Hall Guard 3; F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club -> 4- 
Honor Study Hall 2. ' ' 





ROBERT TILTON 

Hall Guard 2. 



RICHARD TISOVEC 

Key Club 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 



BETSY TOLAR 



Dick 



Betsy 



I.Q.S. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Secretary 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; District 
Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Ad Club 3, 4; P.A. Club 2; Announcer 2; Fall Play 
4; Fall Play Production Staff 2, 3; Big Show Production Staff 2, 3: Choral 
Masters 3, 4; Secretary 4; Executive Board 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Girls" Ensemble 
4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Cabinet 3; Survey Editorial Staff 2. 3, 4: News Editor 
4; Sur\ey Representative 2. 



JOHN TOLL 



Goat 



Football 2; Wrestling 2, 3; Student Council Representative 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2. 



DELPHINE TOMINO 



Dee 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Student Council Representative 3; Homecoming Committee 4: 
E-Room Committee 4; Bookstore Worker 4; Friendship Club 3: Honor Study 
Hall 3. 

ALBERT TOMLE Al 

Golf 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Bowling 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4: Honor Study 
Hall 3. 



LENORE TOMSIC 



RUDY TOMSICH 

Movie Club 2, 3. 4. 



LINDA TONTSCH 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 

DONNA TOROK 

G.A.A. 3. 



Rudy 



Lin 



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KATHRYN TORTER Kaihy 

G.A.A. 3; Swim Club 4; FricriLlsliip Club 2, 3, 4. 

MARILYN TRUDEN Marilyn 



Student Council Representative 2; Homecoming 2; Friendship 2; Honor Study 
Hall 3, 4. 



LORETTA TUCCERI 



Lorclta 



G.A.A. 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 



MARYALICE TUHACEK 



Mary A! ice 



F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2; F.N.A. 
4; Big Show 2, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 3. 



!f JOHN TURK 



John 



Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Study 
Hall 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; N.F.L. 4; Band Board of Directors 4. 



PHILIP TUTOLO Phil 



ESTHER UNCAPHER I 

G.A.A. 2; Student Council Representative 2; Majorette Club 3; Megaphone 
Club 2; Cheerleader 2; Captain 2; Friendship Club 2. 



DOLORES UNTERBERGER 

Junior Red Cross 2; F.N.A. 3, 4; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Girls" Glee Club 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4. 



ARLENE URBANCIC A 

World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 3; Student Council Representative 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Courier 4; 
Friendship Club 2. 



DONALD URGHART '^"" 

Movie Club 3, 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Letterman's Club 3, 4. 



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BARBARA URICK 

Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 

JON VADNAL ^ -''^ 



Blondie 



Jon 



I.Q.S. 4; Tennis 2, 3; Class Cabinet 3; Student Council Representative 2; Key 
Club 4; Fall Play Cast 4; Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Executive Board 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Assistant 
Picture Editor 4; Boys' Glee Club; Boys' Quintet 4; Madrigals 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. 



LORETTA VALDUGA 



Lorrie 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Megaphone Club 2; F.N.A. 4; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; Ushering:3; Hall Guard 3; N.H.S. 4. 

FRANCES VICIC p,„„ 



G.A.A. 2; Junior Red Cross 2; F.N.A. 4; Bookstore Worker 3; Friendship 
Club 2, 4; Cabinet 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 



DIANE VIDMAR £,,■ 

G.A.A. 3; F.N.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Hall Guard 4. 

MARILYN VINCENT vince 

I.Q.S. 4; G.A.A. 2; Ad Club 3; Fait Play 4; Cast 4; Big Show Cast 3, 4; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; Vice President 4; Executive Board 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Mad- 
rigals 3; Mixed Ensemble 4; Girls' Ensemble 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
Courier 3; Picture Editor 4; Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Euclidian 
Representative 2, 3; Survey Representative 2; Hall Guard 2; G.A.A. Repre- 
sentative, Cub of the Month 2; N.H.S. 4. 

LOIS VIOLANTI 

G.A.A. 2, 3: Junior Red Cross 2; F.N.A. 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2, 3; Euclid 
Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; Cadet Choir 2; Friendship Club 2; Ushering 2; 
Hall Guard 3. 

JOAN VIOLETT JomUe 

F.N.A. 3, 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 3. 



ROBERT VOSS 



RAY VOZAR 



Ray 



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KATHLEEN WANCHIK 



Kalhy 



N.H.S. 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Student Council 
2, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclidian Business Stall' 4: Advertising Manager 4: 
Friendship Club 2. 



JOAN WARE 



Juatiic 



G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Megaphone Club 2; 
P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Announcer 2, 3, 4; Technician 3, 4; Fall Play Production 
Staff 4; Play Night Cast 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Thespians 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2; N.H.S. 4. 



GAYLE WEATHERLY 



Gayle 



F.T.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Student Council Representative 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3,4; Usher 3; N.H.S, 4. 



PAMELA WEIR 



G.A.A. 2; Spring Play Cast 2; Thespians 3. 

DENIS WEISS 

Honor Study Hall 3. 

LINDA WELLINGTON 



Gidgei 



F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; F.N. A. 4; Big Show Cast 2; Euclid Choir 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 4. 



CAROLINE WERLEY 



Carol 



Big Show Cast 2, 3; Euclid Choir 3; Cadet Choir 2; Choral Masters 4: Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3. 



KAREN WHEATON Kay 

G.A.A. 2; Megaphone Club 2, 3; Euclid Choir 2; Friendship Club 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2. 



LINDA WHEELER Limh 

F.N. A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 

CAROLYN WHITE Carolyn 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2; Big Show 
Cast 2, 3; Euclid Choir 3, 4; Cadet Choir 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Study Hall 3. 




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AUDREY WILES 

Honor Study Hall 2. 



NANCY WILKINSAN ^°"^>' 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 4. 

PAULA WILL Paula 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN WILLIAMS 

F.N. A. 4; Euclidian Courier 2. 



LAURA WILLIAMS ^^ 

G.A.A. 2, 3 ; Friendship Club 2, 3 ; Honor Study Hall 3 ; Hall Guard 2, 3 : Sur- 
vey Representative 3; Hall Guard 2, 3. 



AGNES WILSON 

World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 4. 

ALAN WINKLER 
Bookstore Worker 3. 

PAULINE WLODARSKI 

Friendship Club 2. 



Agnes 



MARY WOLONS A/ar.v 

G.A.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship Usher 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 



JAMES WONACOTT "* > 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Big Show Band 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 
3,4; Band Sergeant 4; Board of Directors 4, Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 



JOHN WOOD 

Key Club 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD WOOD 

World Allairs 4. 



Dick 



SHARON WRIGHT 

Friendship tUib 2; Honor Study Hull 2. 



RITA WYMER 

G.A.A. 3; Euclidian Representative 4; Friendship Club 3. 

JOHN YANCHAR 

Baseball 4; Camera Club 3; Stage Crew Club 3; Honor Study Hall 2. 



STEWART YATES 

Hall Guard 2: Camera Club 2; Stage Crew Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 



RICHARD YEDNOCK 

Euclid Choir 2. 



I DON YERT ^ 

I Football 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3. 4; Baseball 2; Letterman's 

I Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 4. 



CONNIE YOPKO 



G.A.A, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; F.N. A. 4; Friendship Club 2. 3; Usher 3: 
Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 2. 



Yaiich 



MYRA YORK 



Mickey 



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G.A.A. 2; Class Cabinet 3, 4; Pronh Committee 3 4; Megaphone Club 2; Big 
Show Cast 2; Production Staff 4 Cadet Choir 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Study Hall 3; N.H.S. 4. » 





LORETTA ZADRAVEC 

Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 



BETTY ZAFFIRO 

Friendship Club 2; Honor Study Hall 3; Hall Guard 2, 4. 



Pizza 1 



MARY ZAGAR Mary 

I.Q.S. 3, 4: FT. A. 2; Girls" Glee Club 2; Euclidian Representative 2; Usher 2; 
Honor Study Hall 3; Survey Business Staff 3; Survey Representative 3. 



ROBERT ZAGORE 



Goose 



Baseball 4; Swimming 2: Camera Club 3; Stage Crew 3; Honor Study Hal 
3, 4; Hall Guard 2. 4. 



SHARON ZAKACS Zaks 

G.A.A. 2, 3; Prom Committee 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3. 

EMMALINE ZAKRASSEK Emmy 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 2, 4; Honor Study Hall 3. 

JEAN ZAKRAYSEK h-an 

FT.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 3, 4; Big Show Cast 2; Cadet Choir 
2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 3; Honor Study Hall 3. 

FRANK ZALAR Frank 

Camera Club 3. 

JOANNE ZARR 

G.A.A. 3, 4; P.A. Club 3, 4; Announcer 3, 4: Technician 3, 4; F.N.A. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 3. 



CAROL ZEITZ 



Carol 



F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Executiv^ Bdard 4: Student Council Representative 
4; Homecoming Committee 4; Junior R^d Cross 2; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ushering 3, 4; N.H.S. 4. V 



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FRANK ZGONC 



E'S 



B,v..:-jf.rt;; 



Frank 



Basketball 2; Manager 2; Letterman 2; Lctterman's Club 2; Movie Club 2; 
N.H.S. 4. 



ROBERT ZGONC / 

N.F.L. 4; Football 2, 3; Goll' 3, 4; Letterman 4; Lctterman's Club 4; Key 
Club 4, 



CARL ZILKE Zekc 

Hall Guard 4. 

CAROL ZNIDARSIC Carol 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Girls" Glee 
Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 4; Survey Representative 2. 



DONNA ZNIDARSIC Do, 

! G.A.A. 2; Student Council Reprcscntati\c 2; .limior Red Cross 3; Big Show 

Stage Crew 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Survey Representative 4; Fall Play 4. 



JAMES ZUSY 

I World Affairs 4; Camera Club 3; Honor Study Hall 4. 

I 

But Bill, the senior prom isn't 'til June! 



Jim 






Seniors rah ! ! ! 



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ADVERTISERS 

As graduation drew near the senior looked toward 
the future. To some it would bring a college education 
or training in the various trade schools, while others 
looked immediately to the community for a beginning 
and perhaps, a career. Each adult member of the com- 
munity has spent some of his time in dealing with the 
many companies and stores which comprise a major 
part of any developing community. People compose the 
city of Euclid, and through them and therr needs it has 
grown and will continue to grow and improve. Because 
he was now an adult the graduating senior had to realize 
his part in the future of his community and use the bene- 
fits he had derived from his education at Euclid High. 
He would go on to utilize and develop his skills, per- 
haps in serving the people of his community. 



Congratvilations and Best Wishes 
From 



LEWIS WELDING & 
ENGINEERING CORP. 

23000 St. Clair Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 



PAGE REALTY CO. 

"Multiple Listing Service" 

Realtors — Insurance — Appraisals 
Notary Public 

455 EAST 200th ST. 
KE 1-1030 IV 1-9800 





Compliments of 



LLOYD TOOL AND GAGE 
COMPANY 



7016 Euclid Avenue 



Compliments of 

BOWSHOT, COOPER 
AND O'DONNELL 

Engineers 
19571 Roseland 



BOUT no CO" 




A GLAVIC MOTORS salesman points out another feature 
of the new Dodge to Jon Vadnal. 



298 



AMERICAN 
STAMPING 
COMPANY 

26G50 LAKELAND BLVD. 




TREBEC EXCAVATING, 
INCORPORATED 

571 l-.asL 2()l)Lh Si. 
IV I -I ()()() 



Coinplinients of 

VALVE VACUUM SERVICE 



677 East 200 



"There Is a Material Ditjerence" 



DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY 

1420 DILLE ROAD EUCLID, OHIO 



Euclid's Only Lumber Yard 



Lumber — Plywood — Flooring 



Shingles — Doors and \Vindo\\s 



Selling commercial wire products for RADIX WIRE may be the future job of a Euclid graduate 



The Finest in 

Residential 

and 

Apartment Construction 



L. M. 
GUNDERSEN 



13111 Shaker Square 
SK 1-3131 



Best wishes 



from 



KNUTH'S 



GREENHOUSES 



21601 Euclid Avenue 



PRIDE N' JOY 




The Children's Clothing Store 
111 East 185 



Thinking of redecorating? 



Visit 



MATKO 
PAINTING AND DECORATING 



741 East 232 



Compliments of 



V. DEMSHAR AND SONS 



22034 Lake Shore Boulevard 



Four chilly Seniors get clean friendly service at the EU- 
CLID GREEN SUNOCO STATION at 18515 Euclid Ave- 
nue. 



300 




Plioii()gr;ij)li Records 



Coinimmiciiioiis 



HERB FITZGERALD 

(i:;5 Kasi 1H5 
KE 1-1313 



Radio and T.V. Repair 



Modern Deb 



CLEVELAND FABRIC SHOPS, INC. 

; 19561 Miles Avenue -^ 

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,<aMW«./.'K>.y/.^<t^~ .:<-■< 



SPORTSWEAR COORDIXATES 



22822 LAKE SHORE BOULEVARD 




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MILLERS 
BEAUTY 
SALON 

22480 

SHORE CENTER 

DRIVE 



For the finest in 

quality jewelry and 

giaduation gifts 

visit 

WOLKOV 
JEWELERS 

707 E. 185 -IV 1-4885 

Keepsake and 

Art C.an'ed 

Diamond Rings 

All nationally 
advertised watches 



301 



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MIDWEST 


SCREW PRODUCTS 

1641 COIT ROAD 








NEW SOUND RECORD SHOP 








Sales and Service — Hi-Fi — Tapes 








21900 Lake Shore Blvd. 




BOULEVARD 




Euclid, Ohio 


Compliments 


TV AND RADIO 
SERVICE 




Tom and Audrey Miller AN 1-2336 


of 


All makes and models 

Garage for Drive-in 
Radio Service 






M. L. Santay 






Insiirance 


906 East 222 St. 




OFFICE 
KEnmore 1-2227 


Agency 
401 East 200 St. 


RE 1-7863 




Ve^OHHa 'Real B^taU 


MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 








535 EAST 185th St. 
Euclid 19, Ohio 


302 







Compliments of 

THE 

BETHANDALE 

CORPORATION 

24040 LAKELAND BOULEVARD 
EUCLID, OHIO 




Tim carries Pat over the threshold of a BATES AND 
SPRINGER apartment, tlie pcrfett place to live. 




303 




Hail suIls can be especially suited to you at COIFFURES 
BY JOHN at 21944 Lake Shore Boulevard. 



Lynn Crobaugh Prepares for a Summer of Fun at 
VVILDWOOD MARINE COMPANY. 16820 Lake Shore 
Blvd., IV 6-1310. 



BYRNE & TIFFANY FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 



5404 SUPERIOR AVENUE 



CLEVELAND 3, OHIO 



EN 1-5195 

"Everything for the Home" 

The Very Best in Furniture and Apjjliances 



For Complete Design Service 

AEROMOTIVE DESIGNERS, INC. 

580 East 200th St. 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

IV 6-3131 



304 



J. C. HOMER TV & RADIO 

SALES :: SERVICE 

90-Day Guarantee Day & Nite Call 
Complete Tube Check 



528 East 200th St. 



IV 1-7991 



EAST CLEVELAND 
BUSINESS SCHOOL 

(A School ol Iiulividiial Instruction) 

13231 Euclid Avenue 

East Cleveland 12, Ohio 

GLenville 1-8893 



Charles Akridge 

Exrnithie Director 



EUCLID JALOUSIES, INC. 

Office and Showroom 
490 EAST 200th ST. 
EUCLID 19, OHIO 

IV 6-1112 

William Schlort and Joseph Buh 




Karen Halbcdcl admires one of the manv \arieiics of 
flowers available at TRIANGLE FLORISl. INC.. at 
18604 St. Clair Avenue. 




THE EUCLID 



Key Club 



EXTENDS BEST ^\ ISHES 



TO THE I960 GRADUATING 



CLASS OF EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL 



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AUSTIN CLEANERS 

operate three stores to serve you more conveniently. 



21131 Euclid Avenue 



Kathy, J. T., and Carol Hoina inspect the Austin Cleaner's plant where their father works. 



PERME'S 

"Everything for 
the Home" 



720 East 152ik1 St. 
UL 1-2525 



FURNITURE 
APPLIANCE 
CARPETING 



TONY SPENA 

STANDARD OIL 



306 



26102 Chardon Road 



STANLEY 

HOME 

PRODUCTS, 

INC. 



Contact 

Frank A. Thompson 
(A former EHS Student) 

PO 1-2620 



Full or 
part-time 



IV 1-2589 



MEDVED'S 
MARKET 



788 EAST 222 



EUCLID, OHIO 



Coiiiplimeius of 

CLEVELAND METAL CLEANING 
CORPORATION 

[VS.'> Dillc Road 
Euclid 17, Ohio 



CARL J. NEWMAN 

Mason CoiUractor 

450 LLOVD ROAD 
RE 1-2705 




Carol Bajec Leanis About Floor Co\crings at tL'CLID 
FLOORING, 787 Fast 18jth Street. IV 1-1733, 



Best In Food 

FRIEDEL'S DELICATESSEN 

Mae Mary Agnes Leo 

Open 6:30 to 9:30 daily 
Euclid 23, Ohio 



RE 2-7181 



M'i East 222 



ILLES 



POWER 

CONTROL 

COMPANY 



RE 2-9300 



22700 Shore Center Drive 



Compliments of 

GRIDINA HARDWARE 



22336 Lake Shore Bh 
Euclid. Ohio 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



FRIEND 



307 




Sally Gault imagines 
herself driving through Euclid in a Chrysler Valiant from 
Keith Weigle Motors, 20941 Euclid Ave. 




308 



EUCLID-RACE 
DAIRY PRODUCTS 

503 East 200th Street 
IV 1-4700 



Complete Printing Service 



ACTIVITIES PRESS INC 



22700 Shore Center Ave. 

Euclid, Ohio 

AN 1-1100 



LAKE SHORE 
AUTO WASH 



Auto Washing and Polishing 

22701 Shore Center Drive 
RE 1-7177 



KERR-LAKESIDE 



INDUSTRIES, INC. 



Screw Machine Procliicts 

21850 Si. Clair Avenue 

Euclid 1 7, Ohio 

KE 1-8380 



EUCLID 



WINDOW 



SHADE 



COMPANY 



505 E. 185 



SHORE 



WINDOW 



SHADE 



COMPANY 



900 East 22:; 




CRAIG & SHERMAN 

INSURANCE 

CONSULTANTS 

22070 LAKE SHORE BL\D. 
RE 2-9191 




BIG BOUQUET 
FLOWER & GIFT SHOPPE 



480 EAST 200 
I\' 6-4343 



309 



AUTO BODY SUPPLIES 



Everything for the Body Shop 



2808 Shaw Avenue 
Cleveland 8, Ohio 

GLenville 1-3400 



Compliments of 

ST. CLAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

20000 St. Clair Ave. 
Euclid, Ohio 



Compliments of 



Chas. J. Schmidt 



Euclid Students Thinking and Dreaming of the Future 
Find Friendly Service and .Advice at MILLER-STONE 
JEWELERS, 22570 Lake Shore Blvd., RE 1-015!k 





WATERWASH HARDWARE 




KE 1-1956 335 East 200th Street 




Euclid 19, Ohio 


310 






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Geny Coltrin and Jerry Foust cannot decide which of the 
many dehcious meals they will choose at the CHARLITE 
STEAK HOUSE. 22350 Lake Shore Blvd., RE 1-1800. 



Compliments of 

THE F. HOHLFELDER COMPANY 

2()470 LAKELAND BOULEVARD 



FLICKINGER, INC. 

Bear Wheel .'\ligiiiiic-iii uikI pjalaiicing 
Raybcstos Boiuled Brakes 



RE 1-7100 



939 East 222 



J. A. WEISS & ASSOCIATES 

"Your Friendly Insurance Counselors" 

150 East 233rd St. 

Euclid 23, Ohio 

RE 1-3787 

Fire — Auto — Life — Casualty 



EAST 200th HARDWARE 

IV 1-8-M8 

673 East 20Gth Street (Xew Location) 
Euclid 19, Ohio 



Goodyear Tires 



Custom Retreadini 



A Typewriter Helps Improve Grades. Dahlia Miistickas 
Tries One at the AMERICAN TYPEWRITER COM- 
P.A.NY, 821 East 185th Street, l\ 1-9966. 





A young industry in Euclid is the T. J. MURNICK COMPANY where special machine parts are made. 



John Vadnal is planning for his future 
with a suit from GORNIK'S MEN'S WEAR. 




DODDS REALTY 
COMPANY 

1800 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-6210 IV 1-9258 



Your Home Is Your Castle 
Let Us Help You Find Yours 



General Real Estate 
Notary Public 



Compliments 
of 

WILKE HARDWARE 



809 East 222 

Euclid 23, Ohio 

RE 1-7070 



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East End Nash 

13829 EUCLID AVENUE 
LI 1-5300 




313 



Compliments of 



EUCLID MOVING 

and 

STORAGE INC. 



LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE 



2460X) Hartland Avenue 



RE 1-6633 



Euclid 23, Ohio 



HUDSON PHARMACY 



RE 2-7066 



922 East 222 



Compliments of 

LAKE FURNITURE 



855 East 222nd Street 



RE 2-7616 



"Everything for the Home" 
"We Meet All Prices" 




RICKS 
MEN'S SHOP 

22572 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Euclid 23, Ohio 



314 



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'because I demand quality 



PRECISION OPTICAL 

22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 



315 




Sincere Best Wishes to the 

Graduates of 1960 

from 

MARIO'S PIZZA 

26159 Euclid Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 



You too can choose £rom the many delicious foods on the 
menu of PAGLIO'S RESTAURANT at 239 Richmond 
Road. 



PAPP'S BODY SHOP 

21100 St. Clair Ave. 
IV 1-4333 



For a good start in your business career become a part of 
the Curtis family of factory and office employees 

We are expanding. Our employees operate: 



Typewriter 


Verifax 


Screw Machine 


Comptometer 


Ditto 


Drill Press 


Calculating Machine 


Microfilm 


Milling Machine 


Multilith 


Dictaphone 


Boring Mill 


Addressograph 


Punch Press 


Shaper 


Bookkeeping Machines 


Lathe 


Planer 



Learn As You Earn 



CURTIS INDUSTRIES. INC 



1130 East 222nd St. 



"Euclid's Friendly Firm" 



316 




Mike- Cianoll and Pliil .Shcmkuiias explore ilic uonileis 
of SOLON DRUG at 21051 Euclid Ave. 



When \ou graduate 

come to us for 

placement 

COMMUNITY 

EMPLOYMENT 

SERVICE 

21930 LAKE SHORE BL\'D. 



You can get Almost anything at the BOOKSIORE. 




317, 



Compliments of 



ZATKO METAL 



PRODUCTS 



20850 St. Clair Avenue 




Gerry Coltrin and Tony Balbuze plan a wished-for trip 
at the EUCLID TR.WEL BUREAU, 22746 Shore Center 
Drive, .AN 1-1050. 



318 



FOREST CITY 

MATERIAL COMPANY 



"One of Ohio's Largest Suppliers 
of Lumber and Buildine Materials" 



East Side— 



17903 ST. CLAIR AVE. 
KE 1-6600 




Beauty Service By Advanced Students is Featured at School Prices 




The Many Techniques Which a Heaiuitian Must Knou- Art I horoughU Learned. 




EUCLIDIAN 
BEAUTY COLLEGE 



Class \Vork Is Also Important to Become a Trained Beauty Operator. 

"Euclid's First and Only Beauty College" 
22741 Shore Center Drive 



RE 1-8668 



319 



Compliments of 


ED WANK TELEVISION SERVICE 


MODEL FOOD MARKET 


COMPANY, INC. 


KE 1-7447 445 East 200th St. 


,^98 East 200 KE 1-1222 


Proprietors: Charles and Teresa Clements 


Euclid's Oldest Television Service Company 
\ 


OHIO HONING 


^ssrs-^i^ 




A. O. HALL 


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HYDRAULIC 


1. 
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^^^^^^H^^^^^^Hk Machine Tools 
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^L^W^ssiitiil Bought and Sold 


2300 St. Clair Ave. 


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RE 1-5700 


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At .ALVINS JE\VELERS Eileen Sullivan Learns About 
Their Fine Jewelry. 690 East 185th Street, IV 1-4104. 


East Cleveland 12 


Phone IV 1-3300 
for Building Materials from 


LASALLE CLEANERS AND DYERS 


THE K&B 


Pick-up and delivery senice 


HOME IMPROVEMENTS 




Cleveland, Ohio 749 East 185th St. 


KE 1-3658 835 East 185 


220 Carl Bork 


Cleveland 19, Ohio 





Public transport borrows 
ideas from American MonoRail 

Someday you may ride to work this way because public 
transport officials borrow from efficient handling methods 
developed by American IVIonoRail engineers. 
For over thirty years all kinds of materials have moved on 
monorail tracks in nearly every industry— and beginning with 
hand pushed carriers, today's developments include systems 
that are completely automatic from pick-up to deposit. 
Heavy— bulky— hard to handle loads travel quickly, safely 
and directly to their destination— through the air. Only the 
research and experience of American MonoRail engineers 
make this equipment possible. 



ENGINEERED MATERIALS HANDLING 



IK EAST 200lh STREET CI.EVEUANO 17. OHIO 




AMERICAN 
MONORAIL 



OIVISIO NS: Conveyor Oi 



Tipp City, Ohi 



Canadian Mc 



il Co., Ltd , Gait, Ont. 



22490 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RK I-22II 



TOWN AND COUNTRY 
CLEANERS 

•SHOE REPAIR y\NI) SHIRT LAUNDRY 



NEISNER BROTHERS 
INCORPORATED 



700 East 185 



550 East 200 



MOSS POINT CLEANERS 



MILLWOOD 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



21700 St. Clair Avenue 



PRESSURE CASTINGS 



21500 ST. CLAIR 



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p. O. MclNTIRE CO. 


25020 Lakeland lioukvaid 


19507 St. Clair Ave. 


ST. CLAIR CUT STONE 


EUCLID IGNITION SALES 
AND SERVICE 


1062 Ka'.i 185 


17614 St. Clair Ave. 


TARANTINO BROTHERS INC. 


WILSON AND COLTON AMOCO 


19116 Nottingham Road 


22655 Euclid Avenue 


CLIFFORD-JONES 
INSURANCE AGENCY 


ACKERMAN PLASTICS 


986 East 200th Street 


1570 Dillc Road 


FRED KRAUSS GARAGE 

323 



BILL'S PURE OIL STATION 

905 East 185 Street 



Compliments of 



WEAN EQUIPMENT 



CORPORATION 



22800 LAKELAND BOULEVARD 



EUCLID, OHIO 




Joyce Burns, Diane Langemeyer, Curt Freed, and Kathy 
King visit the CONTINENTAL PAINT COMPANY. It 
loolvs as if Joyce has found something of great educational 
value. 



Keep in tune with 

WILLIAMS MUSIC SHOP 

897 East 222 
Ettclid, Ohio 



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Out of town friends and visiting tourists will find wonder- 
ful accommodations and equally good ser\ice at the 
GATEWAY MOTEL at 29865 Euclid Axenue, Wickliffe. 
Ohio. 



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One of llic many iiukistiial companies serving linclid is NON-FERROUS METALS FABRI- 
CATING COMPANY at 25801 Tungsicn Road. 



LOMBARD 
CABINET WORKS INC 



19541 ROSELAND 



CLEVELAND OHIO 



IV-6-0106 



325 



Compliments of 

ROLLERDROME BARBER SHOP 

22480 Shore Center Drive 



Ambulance Service Euclid Rotarian 

MURRAY P. NICOL 

Funeral Director 

owner of 

C. N. DAVIS FUNERAL HOME 

Established 1904 




19001 Nottinsham Rd. 



KE 1-0747 



Doing your Christmas shopping? Ask Gerry Coltrin, Jerry 
Foust, and Tony Balbuze where they do their shopping 
and they will tell you, FRIEDMAN'S JE\VELERS at 
22312 Lake Shore Boulevard. 




For gifts with a 
special meaning it's 

BASCH'S 
JEWELERS 

22780 Lake Shore 
RE 1-3132 



Unexpected guests? Send them 
to the Euclid Motel, at 18327 
Euclid Avenue. There you know 
they will receive the serxice 
they deserve. 



18327 EUCLID AVENUE 

Phone IVanhoe 18666 



326 



EUCLID MOTEL 



CLEVELAND 12, OHIO 
U. S. Routes 6 & 20 



Coniplinienls ol 



ALLEN 



BEAUTY 



SALON 



629 East 185 



THE 



FLORENCE SHOP 



644 East 185 



Sportswear and 

Co-ordinates 

for Juniors and Misses 



ZIZ!T^Wl'^Ff«mi 




Rondi Elliott checks the superior quality brushes at 
ROESCH'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER SUPPLY, 853 
E. 222nd Street. 



Yotir Clcanei- is 
^'oiii CI'JiliL-s' liesi Friend 



RAY BEVY" BEVINGTON 



The finest in d>y cleaning and 
shirt fmislting 



AN 1-2888 Euclid 2.1 Ohio 

22691 Shore Center Dri\e 



C. p. BRICKMAN AND SONS 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

21900 Euclid Avenue 
Euclid 17, Ohio 

7204-7208 Superior Ave. 
Cle\eland S, Ohio 



LETTERPRESS 



DFFSET-LITHO 



Vogue Printing Company 

Cummcccal' and ^"^foC U\.,tl„,g 

608 East 185th Street 



JOHN HULT 



IV 6-D5B5 



327 



AJAX MANUFACTURING 


Clam Bakes Fish Fries Catering 


COMPANY 


THE EUCLID FISH COMPANY 




"Where shrimp is king" 


1441 Chardon Road 


KE 1-6448 


Euclid, Ohio 


John Cornelia 651 East 185 




BROOKS HEATING & 


EUCLID SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 


SHEET METAL CO. 


22818 Lake Shore Blvd. 


"Over 20 Years Experience" 


Euclid, Ohio RE 2-9090 


370 East 250th St. RE 1-2997 


Euclid graduates may be employed at the FORSBERG ENAMELING COMPANY in the making and selling of fine enamel products. 



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To all the members of the Graduating class of 

EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

CONGRATULATIONS! 










And Our Heartfelt Good Wishes for Every Possible Success i 


n Your Future 










Careers and Private Lives as Well 












Compliments of 












ADDRESSOGRAPH -MULTIGRAPH 












CORP. 








Compliments ol 

TRACY'S GARAGE 


RICHMOND 
BEVERAGE TOWN 

213 Richmond Road 


CHESTERFIELD 
STEEL 

SERVICE COMPANY 


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P^SON. 


CHECK NO. 

024739 






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20401 Euclid Avenue 


Cleveland, Ohio 


1220 East 222nd St. 
Cleveland 17, Ohio 


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Congrattdations 


Compliments of 


to the 1960 Graduating Class 


THE 




GERL EXCAVATING 


of 


CO. 


Euclid Senior HigJi Scliool 






23600 Lakeland Blvd. 




GENERAL MOTORS INC. 


LAKESHORE 
MACHINE COMPANY 


Extends their congratulations 

to the 1960 graduates of 

Euclid Senior High School 


1340 East 222nd Street 




Euclid, Ohio 




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Arleiie Urbancic and Sue Overman get a sample of plush easy-living for a moment in a '60 
Corvette at JACKSHAW CHFAROLET. 



GULF SERVICE 
STATION 



711 Babbitt Road 



Euclid, Ohio 



Patrons of the 1960 Euclidian 



Dr. Howard Leiniger, D.D.S. 
Dr. M. B. Grossman 
Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Broglio 
Dr. Don A. Crawford, D.D.S. 
Dr. Robert Waltz, M.D. 
Dr. William Grant, M.D. 



Dr. Filmore Schiller 

Dr. R. \Villen 

Dr. P. O. O'Brian. M.D. 

Drs. Keating and Weigle 

Dr. Phillip Lapate 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gaylor, D.D.S. 



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WITH EVERY GOOD WISH TO THE CLASS OF 1960 



YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



MAYOR 

JUDGE, MUNICIPAL COURT 
LAW DIRECTOR 
ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR 
FINANCE DIRECTOR 
SERVICE DIRECTOR 
PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL 
1st WARD COUNCILMAN 
2nd \VARD COUNCILMAN 
3rd \VARD COUNCILMAN 
4th WARD COUNCILMAN 

COUNCIL-AT-LARGE 

Anthony Sustarsic 
Frank ^Veiling 



Kenneth J. Sims 

William F. Burns 

John F. Ray, Jr. 

Michael A. Spine 

Anthony B. Baldwin 

Walter N'ason 

Harry J. Knuth 

^Villard Schutt 

Anthony J. Lang 

Max Gerl 

Helge V. Erickson 

Charles \V. \Vade 
Joseph Whalen 



CHIEF OF POLICE 
FIRE CHIEF 



Ernest C. Peters 
George R. Langa 



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Compliments of 

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Lamp Division 

Lamp Metals & Components Department 

21800 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 



THE LUBRIZOL 
CORPORATION 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 
TO 

THE EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING 
CLASS OF 1960 



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EATON 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

COMPONENT MANUFACTURERS 

for all 

MAJOR INDUSTRIES 

for 
FORTY-EIGHT YEARS 



TWENTY-THREE DIVISIONS AND SUBSIDIARIES 

LOCATED IN 

EIGHTEEN CITIES 



General Offices: Cleveland, Ohio 



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HOMEROOM 103 




Best 'Wishes from 

SENIOR HOMEROOM 120 




KNIGHTS Hl-Y 




DIENERES Y-TEEN 



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Ready or not here I come! A representative of our efficient hall guard system 
catches 40 winks. 



STUDENT 
COUNCIL 




Something must be done! Do I hear a motion? 



A center of student activity: 



Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy 

Homecoming 

Spring Sports Dance 

Sadie Hawkins Dance 

Summer Meetings 

Red Cross Boxes Overseas 



Xmas Baskets for the Needy 
Magazine Drive 
E Room Fountain Workers 
Basketball Concessions 
Wrestling Concessions 



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A center of student government. 




Identification Cards 

Assemblies 

Community Project 

S3500 Mary Mavec School 

Honor Study Halls 

Hall Guards 

Social Room Committee 
Rules and Policies 

Poster Placement 

Catcteria Guards 
Suggestion Box 
Lost and Found 



All tliosc in fa\'or. signify by raising vour right hand. 




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SENIOR HOMEROOM 305 





Congratulations from 

SENIOR HOMEROOM 301 



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HOMEROOM 220 



HOMEROOM 225 




RAIMOR STUDIOS 

750 E. 185th St. 



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ADVERTISING INDEX 



Ackerman Plastic 323 

Activities Press 308 

Addressograpli 328 

Aeromotive Designers 304 

Ajax Manufacturing 329 

Alan Beauty Salon 327 

Alvin Jewelers 320 

American Monorail 321 

American Stamping Co 298 

American Typewriter Co 311 

A. O. Hall 320 

Austin Cleaners 306 

Auto Body Supplies 310 

B 

Bates & Springer 303 

Bethandale Corp 303 

Bevy's Dry Cleaning 327 

Big Bouquet 309 

Bill's Pure Oil 324 

Boulevard T.V 302 

Bowshot, Cooper, & O'Donnell 298 

Brickmau Funeral Home 327 

Brooks Heating 328 

Byron and Tiffany 304 



Carl J. Newman 307 

Charlite Steak House 311 

Chesterfield Steel 328 

City Oflicials 333 

Cleveland Fabric Shop 301 

Cleveland Gateway Motel 324 

Cleveland Metal Cleaning 307 

Clifford Jones Insurance 323 

C. N. Davis Funeral Home 326 

Coiffures by John 304 

Community Employment Service 317 

Continental Products 324 

Craig and Sherman Insurance 309 

Curtis Industry 316 

D 

DeVanna Real Estate 302 

Dille Road Lumber 299 

Dodds Realty 312 



Euclid Travel Bureau 
Euclid Window Shade 



318 
,309 



E. 200 Hardware 

East Cleveland Business School 

East End Nash 

Eaton Manufacturing Co 

Ed Wank TA'. Service Co 



,. 311 

305 

313 

335 

320 

Euclidian Beauty College 319 

Euclid Fish Co 329 

Euclid Flooring. Co 307 

Euclid Green Sunoco 300 

Euclid Ignition Sales 323 

Euclid Jalousie 305 

Euclid Key Club 305 

Euclid Motel 326 

Euclid Moving & Storage 314 

Euclid Race Dairy 308 

Euclid Savings Assoc 329 



Flickiuger, Inc 311 

Florence Shop 327 

Forest City Material 318 

Forsberg Paint 329 

Friedel's Delicatessen 307 

Friedman's Jewelers 326 

G 

General Electric 334 

General Motors 330 

Gerl Excavating 330 

Glavic Motors 298 

Gornik's Men's Shop 312 

Grdina Hardware 307 

Gulf 330 

H 

Herb Fitzgerald 301 

Hillwood Manufacturing 322 

Holfelder 311 

Homeroom 103 337 

Homeroom 111 332 

Homeroom 120 337 

Homeroom 207 332 

Homeroom 220 338 

Homeroom 225 338 

Homeroom 301 338 

Homeroom 305 338 

Hudson Pharmacy 314 

I 

Illes Power Control Company 307 



J 

J. A. Weiss S: Associates 311 

J. C. Homer 304 

K 

K & B Home Improvements 320 

Keith Weigle Motors 308 

Kerr-Lakeside 309 

Knights Hi-Y 318 

Knuth Greenhouse 300 

Krause Garage 323 

L 

Lake Furniture 314 

Lake Shore Auto Wash 308 

Lakeshore Machine Co 330 

LaSalle Cleaners & Dryers 320 

Dr. H. G. Leininger, D.D.S 307 

Lewis Welding & Engraving 298 

Lloyd Gage & Tool Co 298 

L. M. Gunderson Co 300 

M 

Mario's Pizza 316 

Matko Painting & Decorating 300 

Medved's Market 306 

Midwestern Screw Products 302 

Miller Beauty Salon 301 

Miller-Stone Jewelers 310 

M. L. Santay Insurance Agency 302 

Model Food Market 320 



Modern Deb 301 

Moss Point Cleaners 322 

N 

Neisner Brothers Inc 322 

New Sound Record Shop 302 

Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating 325 

O 

Oliio Honing & Hydraulic Co 320 

P 

Page Realty 298 

Paglio's Restaurant 316 

Panther Diner 328 

Papp's Body Shop 316 

Perme's 306 

P. O. Mclntire Co 323 

Precision Optical 315 

Pressure Castings 322 

Pride N' Joy 300 

R 

Radix Wire Co 299 

Raimor Photography 339 

Richiriond Beveragetown 328 

Rick's Men's Shop 314 

Rollerdrome Barber Shop 326 

S 

Shore Window Shade Co 309 

Sohio Stairdard Oil 306 

Solon Drug Company 317 

Stanley Home Products 306 

St. Clair Builder Supply Co 310 

St. Clair Cut Stone Inc 323 

St. Clair Savings 303 

Student Council 338 

Student Council Bookstore 317 

T 

Tarantino Brothers Inc 323 

Town & Coiuitry Cleaners 322 

T. R. Murnick Mfg. Co 312 

Tracy's Garage 328 

Treber Excavating Inc 299 

Triangle Florists 305 

V 

Valve Vacuum Service 299 

V. Demshar S: Sons 300 

Vogue Printing Co. 327 

W 

Waterwash Hardware 310 

Wean Equipment Corp 324 

Wildwood Marine 304 

Wilke Hardware 312 

William's Music Shop 324 

\Vilson & Coltrin Amoco 323 

Wolkov Jewelers 300 

XYZ 

Amacitia Y-Teen 336 

Demeter Y-Teen 336 

Dieneres Y-Teen 337 

Proserpina's Y-Teen 336 

Venus Y-Teen 336 

Zatko Metal Products 318 



342 



SENIOR INDEX 



Abbey, Dawn 214 
Adamczowski, Mike 214 
Adams, Richard 214 
Adams, Ronald 214 
Aiken, Dennis 214 
Albert, Richard 214 
Alexander, Joel 126,127,214 
Aljancic, Andrew 75, 77, 1 16, 

120, 121, 138, 139, 149, 214 
Allen, John 120, 121, 214 
Allen, Thomas 56, 151, 214 
Allsopp, Janet 56.212,214 
Alter, Richard 215 
Amata, Marie 215 
Amicarelli, Phyllis 87,215 
Anderson, Birte 215 
Anderson, Kenneth 151,215 
Anderson, Ronald 131,132, 

148, 149, 215 
Ankuda, Ronald 215 
Antonacci, Donald 215 
Antonelli, Noel 215 
Arko, Thomas 215 
Aufdenhaiis, Kay 139,216 
Austin, John 216 
Avery, Patricia 216 



Baber, Bonnie 216 

Babnik, Joseph 216 

Backus, Linn 216 

Bacon, William 134,216 

Bajec, Carol 56,216 

Baker, Bette 216 

Baker, Patricia 216 

Bakos, Carolynn 216 

Bakos, Marylynn 217 

Balbuze, Tony 112,217 

Bales. Dave 217 

Ball, Douglas 67,217 

Balogh, Dorothy 217 

Baltrus, Jim 217 

Baltus, Joanne 217 

Barresi, Carol 217 

Barrick, Andrew 55, 217 

Barta, Leslie 217 

Bartel, Karen 218 

Bateman, Gordon 218 

Bates, Gary 218 

Bathory, Peter 56, 57, 60,' 120, 

Bauer, Diane 218 

Baum, Allen 218 

Baumert. Dorothy 213, 218 

Bayer, George 134, 143, 218 

Bayer, Jacqueline 218 

Becvar. James 56, 151, 158, 218 

Bell, Cliff 219 

Bell, Robert 219 

Belshaw, Robert 150, 219 

Bending. Robert 219 

Beno. Roger 219 

Benso, Patricia 219 

Benthimer, Dean 219 

Beres, John 219 

Bernier, Lorraine 219 

Berthold, Gertrude 61,6*5, 

158, 219 
Berus, Ken 220 
Berzanske. Frank 220 
Bielfelt. Arthur 220 
Biondi, Raymond 220 
Bizily, Sharon 150.220 
Bizzarri. George 134.142. 

143, 149, 220 
Blasius. Gary 220 
Blatnik, Linda 220 
Blau, Sue 152, 220 
Bock, Bill 220 
Bodmer, Raymond 135.221 
Bohinc, Nancy 146, 154, 156, 

221 
Boldin, Bill 75, 77, 134, 149, 221 
Bondi, Phyllis 221 
Bootz, Barbara 54,221 
Borthwick, Heather 139,221 
Botirius, John 221 
Botz, Dorothy 221 
Boyd, Susan 154, 221 
Boyd, William 152,221 
Boyle, Judith 151,156,222 
Bracale, Juanita 56, 222 
Bradach, Robert 222 



Braden, Eric 55, 222 
Brady, Dennis 222 
Brandenburg, Allan 222 
Bratush, Virginia 154, 222 
Braund, Linda 84, 222 
Brazalovics, James 222 
Breed, Tom 222 
Brew, Alan 223 
Brigden, Robert 151,223 
Brinza. Barbara 223 
Brooks, Carol 223 
Brougher, Ed 223 
Brown, David 55, 153, 223 
Brown, Frederick 148, 223 
Brown, Mary 154, 223 
Brown, Mary Ann 154, 223 
Brown, Philippa 140, 141, 223 
Brown, Roger 65, 124, 126, 127, 

224 
Browning, Judy 59, 144. 156. 224 
Buehner, Virginia 224 
Burek. Carol 224 
Burhenne. Richard 62. 224 
Burke, Richard 224 
Burlingham, Diane 56, 58, 224 
Burns, Joyce 60, 143, 153, 156, 

224 
Burns, Kathy 87,89,91.224 
Busch. Dianne 139.224 
Buscher. Harold 64. 225 



Calvin, Sandra 225 
Cameron, Ken 225 
Campolieti, John 225 
Candela, Trudy 225 
Candon, Robert 126, 127, 225 
Canfield. Gary 61, 139. 226 
Cardinale. Ray 226 
Carlson, Britta 61, 156, 157, 

213, 226 
Carlson, Donald 65, 149, 226 
Carpenter, Dennis 144, 226 
Carroll. Peter 226 
Carter, Bruce 227 
Carter, Nancy 56. 61. 63. 156. 

227 
Case, Rodger 227 
Cassell, Charlotte 54, 227 
Cefaratti, Ralph 227 
Cercek, Carol 59, 63, 146. 147. 

156, 158. 227 
Cermel, Joanne 227 
Cesa, Carolyn 227 
Cesen, Jacci 227 
Cetinich, Nancy Lee 156, 227 
Champa, Lou 127, 228 
Chapman, David 64. 151, 228 
Check, Patrick 127.228 
Check. Paul 228 
Chinchar. John 228 
Chiofolo. Charles 228 
Cimperman. Judith 144.154. 

213. 228 
Clark. Ken 228 
Clarke. Sheila 228 
Clarke. Susan 228 
Cochran. Judy 139.228 
Coffeen, Caroline 229 
Cohacan. Marilyn 229 
CoIc'Kathleen 56, 61, 65, 229 
Colombi. Clayton 229 
Coltrin, Geraldine 60. 154, 229 
Conner, Evelyn 229 
Connolly, Arthur 230 
Cooper, Inez 230 
Corbett, Karen 230 
Corsaro, Bonnie 230 
Cowen, Joel 230 
Crawford, James 60, 93, 143, 

151, 158,230 
Crennell, Carolynn 55, 56, 61, 

93, 143, 156, 231 
Currutt, Joan 231 
Cutcher, Patricia 231 



Daloisio. Norman 231 
Dalton. Joan 231 
Daugherty. Dan 231 
Daugherty. Richard 131, 132, 

139, 148, 149, 151, 231 
David, Mary 231 



Day, Robert 231 
De Angelis, Joanne 150,231 
De Marco, Don 139.140,232 
De Roth, Sally 154,232 
De Victor. James 232 
De Wolf, James 127.232 
Debevic. Matthew 232 
Decrtz, Barbara 144, 150, 232 
Delsantcr, Dennis 70,71,134, 

149, 232 
Demian, Jeff 151,232 
Dennis, Lloyd 70, 71, 134, 149, 

151, 232 
Di Franco, Camelle 232 
Dodds, Bill 233 
Dolan, Ted 134,233 
Dolenc, Joanne 83, 233 
Domin, Roger 233 
Donaldson, Terry 233 
Dondrea, Donald 134,233 
Downing, Judith 154, 234 
Dreifort'y Diane 93, 152, 154, 234 
Dreis, Robert 150, 234 
Dreyer, Diane 234 
Ducca, Ronald 234 
Du Rose, Barbara 234 
Duty, Patricia 144, 156. 234 



Eddy. Karen 83. 87, 135, 212 

234 
Eisenberg, Carl 56, 153, 234 
Elliott, De Ronda 56, 60, 63, 

65, 156, 158, 234 
Everett, Steve 75, 77, 235 



Fabec, Tony 235 

Farrill, Diane 56, 151, 153, 

156, 158,- 235 
Fedor, Mary Ann 60, 143. 235 
Fields, Cornelius 120,121,151, 

235 
Fifolt, Jacqueline '235 
Fleck, Betty 235 
Fleshin. Sam 235 
Forsberg. Connie 55. 150.235 
Forstner. Gerald 5(). 65. 149, 

151, 235 
Fowler, Joan 236 
Fox, Bonnie 82, 83, 146, 158, 

213. 236 
Fox, Pat 154,236 
Frain. Mary 236 
Franklin. Betty 236 
Frazee. Lowell 70. 71. 134. 236 
Fried. Cathy 236 
Frica. Elaine 236 
Fross. Ralph 138. 139, 236 
Frye, William 127, 149, 150, 236 



Gainar, Kenneth 237 
Gajda, Gerri 237 
Gargetic, Mary 237 
Garland. Kathleen 143. 148. 

156. 237 
Garris, Anna 56, 237 
Garrison, Judith 237 
Gaster. Jr.. Orville 237 
Gault. Sally 56. 146, 153, 158, 

237 
Geddes, Alfred 237 
Gent, Carrel 55,237 
Gerl, Nancy 58, 62, 63, 143, 

146, 156, 238 
Germane. Robert 150. 23« 
Gerzeny. Judy 238 
Gesdorf. Don 238 
Gianasi. Mary 139. 140, 141. 

152, 153,238 
Gibson, Geraldine 83,139,156. 

238 
Giordano, Michael 238 
Globokar. James 238 
Glubaskas, Carol 143,146.156. 

238 
Goellner. Leonard 238 
Golob. Edward 239 
Goloboff. Judith 239 
Gonso, Fred 58, 62. 63. 138, 

139,239 
Goodrich, Diana 239 



Gortz, Tom 65, 75, 77, 149, 239 
Goryancs. Paulclte 61, 144, 239 
Gould, Janet 154,239 
Gozelinchick. Wanda 239 
Graafmeycr, Richard 75. 77. 239 
Gramberg. Gary 239 
Gray. Don 75.77. 121. 166,240 
GrifTin, Richard 56, 151, 240 
Grigas. Donna 154. 240 
Grill. Nancy 240 
Grisdalc. Bob 240 
Groonis. Stan 240 
Grotenrath, Jean 240 
Gruden. Stanley 139.240 
Grugel. Karen 154, 240 
Gubanc. Robert 240 
Gwinn, Rosemary 151.241 



Haas. Sandra 241 
Hale. Bonnie 139. 148. 241 
Hall. David 241 
Hall. Patricia 139.241 
Hammink. Joan . 241 
Hammink. Judith 241 
Hammond. Donald 241 
Hammond. Grace 154.241 
Hans. .Albertine 241 
Hansen. Larry 242 
Harper. Dave 242 
Hayes. Wayne 140. 242 
Haynes. Karen 62. 65. 242 
Hays. Karen 154. 242 
Heidnik. Gayle 242 
Hendershot. Nancy 242 
Henry. Richard 242 
Hensel. Paul 242 
Herbst. Charles 75. 77. 242 
Hicks. Robert 149. 242 
Hill. Susan 59. 150. 153. 154. 

156. 243 
Hiabse. Rosemarie 243 
HIahse. Shirlee 243 
Hocevar. Alan 151.243 
Hoccvar. William 243 
Hoffmeyer. Gloria 243 
Holland. James 243 
Holland. Margaret 243 
Holmes. Sharon 243 
Homer. Darlene 139.243 
Hopkins. Cornell 139.148.244 
Horter. Byron 244 
Horton. William 244 
Houck. Kathryn 154. 156. 244 
Hoykar. Diane 150.154.244 
Hudec. Gerald 121. 149. 244 
Hudson. Ka\ 244 
Humphrev. Roberta 55. 151. 

152. 158. 244 
Huncharek. John 244 
Hunt. William 212. 244 
Huszar. Donna 83. 146. 245 
Hvne. Don 75.77.86.89.121. 

134. 149. 212. 245 

lacofano. Darlene 245 
lafelice. Barbara 245 
lafelice. Sandra 245 
Imbry. Janice 245 
Jackson. Gail 154. 156. 245 
Jacobs. Pollvanna 60. 65. 153. 

245 
Jakopic. Linda 245 
James. Marcaret 65. 84. 87. 90. 

158. 245 
Janitz. William 71. 134. 246 
Jenkins. Jennifer 143. 246 
Jeric. Patricia 56. 246 
Johnson. Linda 140.141.151. 

153. 154. 156. 246 

Jones. Dale 70. 71. 134, 139, 

149. 246 
Jones. Leslie 55. 246 
Jordan. Mary 150.246 
Kalinouski. Kenneth 75. 77. 

134. 149. 246 
Kapel. Angle 246 
Kaple\. Janice 246 
Karde'll. Loretta 247 
Katona. Donna 247 
Katosic. Elaine 150. 247 
Kelley. Barbara 247 

343 



Kellner, Michael 64, 134, 247 

Kelly, Carolyn 152, 154, 247 

Kempke, Bonnie 247 

Kenyan, Joe 55, 93, 152, 247 

Kern, Barb 247 

King. Katherine 60, 62, 158, 247 

Kinzie, Sharyn 48, 56, 248 

Kish, Theresa 143,248 

Klemencic, Jefif 150,248 

Klich, Alice 248 

Klima, Virsinia 65, 83, 139, 

156, 248 
Knaus, Bonnie 248 
Knaus, Dennis 70,71,131,132, 

148, 149, 248 
Knaus, James 248 
Knop, Vickie 248 
Knox, Bruce 70, 71, 134, 138, 

139, 149, 248 
Kokotec, Patricia 249 
Kolman, Allen 249 
Kolthoff, Betty 56, 249 
Komara, Marcelle 249 
Komyati, Barbara 249 
Kos, James 131, 132, 133, 149, 

249 
Koskinen, Dale 139,249 
Kostelic, Lois 249 
Kovach, Patricia 148, 249 
Kovach, Penny 249 
Kozak, Robert 250 
Kraft, Barbara 250 
Krall, Carole 250 
Kramer, Phyllis 250 
Krapenc, Terry 250 
Kraska, Larry 250 
Krause, Judith 139, 143, 250 
Kreit, Janice 62, 93, 144, 156, 

250 
Krieger, Margaret 60, 250 
Krince, Timothy 250 
Kristoff. Alice 251 
Krueaer. Thomas 56, 131, 132, 

139, 148, 251 
Krulich, Ronald 149,213,251 
Kuchera, John 127. 251 
Kuthe, Carolyn 144. 150, 156, 

251 
Kytle, Garnett 150,251 
Kytle, Weldon 70. 71. 120. 121. 

251 



LaPorte, Sharon 252 
Lamb, William 251 
Lanese, John 144, 251 
Lang, Jerry 251 
Langmeyer, Dian 143, 252 
Larkin, David 252 
Larsen, Judy 252 
Lash, Barbara 252 
Lash, Elmer 93, 252 
Laurin, Betsy 150, 154, 252 
Lazar, Rich 252 
Leidy, Robert 252 
Lemmons, Bettie 252 
Lenarsic, Loretta 253 
Leo, Juanita 253 
Leonhardt, Mary 253 
Leske, Eddie 144, 253 
Lewis, James 253 
Lewis, Richard 55, 253 
Lewis, Roger 253 
Lewis, Sue 56, 144, 253 
Lid, Maryann 253 
Lindquist, Connie 139, 146, 

156,253 
Lipnicki, Carol 254 
Lisch, Christine 146, 156, 254 
Lockard, Edward 254 
Locker, Noreen 150, 153, 254 
Loncala, Janet 154, 254 
Lucci, Anthony 70, 71, 89, 134, 

149, 234 
Lucci, Donna 254 
Luckay, Norman 254 
Ludwig. Elvira 254 
Luikart, Harry 134,254 
Lynch, Wanda 150,255 



MacEwen, Roger 255 
MacQuarrie, Nancy 255 
Mace, Carol 139,151,255 
Madden, Margaret 255 
Magalenga, Patricia 83, 84, 
143, 255 



Mahany. Cynthia 58, £3, 150, 

156, 213,255 
Mahne, Mary Jane 148, 255 
Maloney, Mike 255 
Malovic, Steve 255 
Mandel, Audrey 255 
Maneri, Tom 256 
Mangus, Raymond 256 
Manheim, Harold 149, 151, 256 
Mann, Maureen 62, 154, 156, 

256 
Maresh, James 56, 58, 151, 153, 

158,256 
Margalis, Patricia 154. 256 
Marino. Libby 60. 83. 144, 

156, 158, 256 
Markley, Robert 149, 151, 213, 

256 
Maroff, Pearl 154, 156, 256 
Marolt, Joan 148, 256 
Marolt, John 257 
Martin, Patrick 257 
Martucci, Naomi 143, 154, 257 
Martz, Frank 257 
Marzi. Richard 257 
Mason, Bruce 75, 77, 149, 257 
Mason, Pete 85, 257 
Massella, Carole 56, 257 
Mateyka, Lois 139, 141, 146, 

257 
Matko, Allan 64, 76, 77, 149, 

257 
Matlock. Philip 258 
Mayerhofer, Jerome 258 
Maynard, Kathryn 154, 258 
McGill. Sandra 258 
McGlynn, Carolin 258 
McGregor, Linda 258 
Mcllrath, Linda 93, 144, 258 
McKnight, Betsey 258 
McLeod, Dennis 120, 121. 258 
McMahon, Kathleen 60,158, 

258 
McVetta, Rosemary 259 
Medved, Louis 259 
Medved, Sue Ann 259 
Medves, Lucille 259 
Merhar, Richard 259 
Mersek, David 259 
Messina, Barbara 259 
Mestrovich, Kenwood 64, 93, 

153, 259 
Meyers, William 259 
Mihelic, Kathy 259 
Milenock, Joan 150, 154, 260 
Millavec, Margot 260 
Miller, Blair 260 
Miller, Esther 150, 260 
Miller, Marjorie 260 
Minello, Marlene 260 
Mitchel, Madeline 65, 138, 139, 

141, 150, 260 
Moenich, Carol 154,260 
Mog, Dave 139,151,260 
Mog, Richard 260 
Mooney, Albert 261 
Morris, Robert 54, 261 
Morse, Bernadette 154,261 
Moser, Beverli 261 
Moss, Robert 261 
Mramor, Diane 261 
Muir, Joanne 
Mulvihill, Judy 261 
Munz, Lawrence 261 
Mushinko, Peter 65, 76, 77, 86, 

149, 158, 161, 261 
Myers, Carole 262 
Myles, Dorothy 262 

Nainiger, Rudolph 262 
Nelson, Katherine 262 
Nelson, Marihelyn 61, 62, 139, 

140, 141, 262 
Nelson, Willard 131,132,148, 

149, 262 
Nelson, William 262 
Nemerovsky, Patricia 154, 262 
Nenadal, Dorothy 154, 262 
Neumore, David 93, 144, 151, 

263 
Nick, Jeanette 263 
Nieberding, Dolores 263 
Novak, Barbara 263 
Novak, Donald 139, 151,263 
Novak, Karen 263 
Novak, Lou Ann 139, 144, 150, 

263 



Novosel, Louella 263 
Nowacek, George 56, 60, 65, 76, 
77, 80, 142, 143, 149, 158, 263 



O'Connor, Thomas 263 
O'Hara, Dennis 264 
O'Neill, Mary M 213, 264 
Oberstar, Jerome 264 
Ohlrich, Jo Ann 156,264 
Okorn, Gary 143, 264 
Ola, Brenda 154, 264 
Oleksy, Janet 154.264 
Omahen, Patricia 264 
Omanski, Barbara 264 
Osredkar, Francine 56, 264 
Ott, Robert 264 
Ott. Susan 265 
Overman, Mary 59, 144, 265 



Palisin, Madelyn 154, 265 
Palmer, Nancy 265 
Palmer, Nancy 265 
Papp, Elaine 265 
Parziale. Richard 266 
Pasquale, Mathew 64. 266 
Patrick, Gary 266 
Patrick, Ronald 76, 77. 149. 266 
Patrycy, Carol 266 
Patterson, Judie 154, 266 
Pecjak, Linda 150, 154, 266 
Pekol. Albert 134.266 
Perris. Patricia 266 
Perry, Richard 134. 151, 266 
Peterka, Marlene 267 
Peterlin. Peggy 154, 267 
Peters. Susan 148, 267 
Petersen, Donna 60, 143, 267 
Peterson, Don 142, 143, 268 

Peterson. Karen 56, 64, 144, 
154, 268 

Petro, Ronald 142, 143, 268 

Petrovic, Patricia 144,213,268 

Pickering, Judith 213, 268 

Pickett, Edna 268 

Pierce, Carolyn 64, 93, 152, 
153, 156. 268 

Pinto, Elaine 268 

Piper. William 127, 268 

Pirman, Jackie 268 

Pirman, Sandy 268 

Pitingolo. Marian 268 

Plesnicar. David 139, 140, 141, 
269 

Plestis, Elinor 269 

Plummer, Richard 269 

Pohto, Marcia 58, 62, 63, 158, 
269 

Polo, Duane 144, 213, 269 

Posatiere, Ross 269 

Powers, Diane 56, 270 

Poyser, Mary Jane 64, 150, 151, 
270 

Poznik, Lorna 270 

Presley, Ned 139,270 

Prince, Lawrence 270 

Prostor, Carol 270 

Prudish, Diane 143, 154, 270 

Przybys, John 270 



Quinn, Mike 270 

Rakas, Irene 144, 156, 270 
Randolph, Leiotte 271 
Rayner, Thomas 271 
Rechner, Mary Ann 271 
Reitenbach, Jan 271 
Reiter,- Barbara 62,271 
Relyea, Patricia 82, 83. 87, 271 
Ress, Karen 143, 272 
Ricket, William 89, 148, 149, 

151, 272 
Riebe, Bernadette 154, 272 
Riebe, Dawn 151,154,156,272 
Ringenbach, Richard 152, 272 
Rini, Rosemarie 272 
Riser, Judy 272 
Risher, Bill 56, 127, 272 
Roberts, Bill 150, 272 
Rodd, Sherry 139,272 
Rode, Patricia 273 
Rogosch. Robert 149, 273 
Rohrer. Carol 154, 273 
Rose, Dennis 273 



Rosen, Don 273 
Rossi, Joanne 273 
Rossodivita, Joyce 274 
Rowell, Sue 274 
Rusicka, Steve 274 
Rusk, Lorene 274 
Ruszkay, Jeraldine 274 
Ruszkay, Johanna 274 
Rutsky, Barb 274 
Ruven, Jeff 274 
Ryan, Patricia 151. 153, 274 
Ryan, III, Ralph 274 
Ryder, Janet 275 



Sabula, Tim 275 

Samsa, Marilyn 150, 275 

Samson. June 275 

Saniga, Bob 275 

Sawyer, Tom 275 

Schaab, Kenneth 64, 275 

Schaffner, Marcaline 275 

Scheer, Charles 151,275 

Schlarb, Pat 62, 275 

Schlegel, Charles 76, 77, 89, 126, 

127, 276 
Schroeder, Mary Jean 156, 276 
Schuler, Jean 154, 156, 276 
Schulz, Rosemarie 139, 276 
Schulze. John 143. 151, 276 
Schumacher, Patricia 61, 153, 

276 
Schwegler, Jane 59, 63, 143, 

146, 158.276 
Sciranko, Alan 276 
Seamon, Robert 276 
Seman, James 276 
Semick, Dennis 139, 277 
Serra, Giovanni 277 
Serwatka, Janet 154, 277 
Sestak, Peggy 277 
Sever, James 277 
Shannon, Rita 154, 277 
Sharp, Priscilla 154, 156, 277 
Shea, Sue 144, 277 
Sheehan, Dave 277 
Shelley, Sandra 154, 277 
Shemkunas, Philip 278 
Shrewsbury, Bonnie 139, 148, 

158, 278 
Shurilla, Charlotte 61, 156, 278 
Singiser, Catherine 278 
Sippola, Warner 76, 77, 149, 278 
Sivec, Antonia 278 
Skeivis, Marilynn 56, 154, 278 
Skranc, Sandra 278 
Slayton, Raymond 134, 149, 278 
Smith, Allen 278 
Smith, Carol 279 
Smith, Sally 93, 143, 156, 279 
Smith, Shirley 279 
Smith, Thomas 77, 127, 149, 279 
Smolik, Ralph 279 
Snow, Kay 93, 144, 279 
Snyder, Donna 154, 279 
Snyder, Robert 279 
Snyder, Rosemary 156, 279 
Sobe, Lawrence 279 
Soeder, Gordon 93, 134, 142, 

149, 151, 280 
Soeder, Richard 280 
Solanics, Jerry 93, 144, 280 
Somrak, Larry 280 
Sorchy, Susan 59, 146, 147, 153, 

280 
Spencer, Roger 280 
Spencer, Sally 56, 58, 63, 158, 
280 

Spoonamore, Susan 280 

St John, Phyllis 150,280 

Stakich, Sharon 280 

Stankiewicz, Alyce 281 

Stanton, Sharon 281 

Stanwick, Alex 281 

Starman, Gail 281 

Stegh, Gerald 281 

Stegh, Ronald 281 

Stein, Judy 62, 151, 156, 281 

Steinmetz, Jacquelyn 281 

Steranka, Sandra 56, 58, 153, 
154, 281 

Stevens, Karen 56, 65, 281 

Stevenson, Robert 151, 282 

Stewart, Mary 282 

Stokes, Harry 282 

Strachan, Joanne 282 

Strausbaugh, Joan 64, 282 



344 



Strazier, Ray 282 

Strnad, Judy 282 

Strnisha, Carole 282 

Strong, Sheryl 282 

Struna, Jim 76, 77, 134, 149, 282 

Stucki, Daniel 283 

Stupar, Judith 283 

Substelny, Eleanor 154, 283 

Sulak, Patricia 154, 283 

Summers, Mary 84, 87, 144, 

146, 158, 283 
Susman, Marilyn 283 
Susnis, Mel 283 
Sustarsic, Dale 283 
Sutphin, Susan 56, 142, 143, 146, 

283 
Swartz, Dennis 283 
Swensen, Lynne 154, 284 
Szabo, James 284 



Thomas, Carol 154, 156, 285 
Thomas, James 76, 77, 285 
Thompson, Judith 285 
Thompson, Patricia 56, 285 
Ticchione, Anthony 285 
Tiffany, George 285 
Tilly, Sharon 150, 154, 285 
Tilton, Robert 286 
Tisovec, Richard 286 
Tolar, Betsy 56, 63, 142, 143, 

153, 156, 158, 286 
Toll, John 286 
Tomino, Delphine 286 
Tomle, Al 286 

Tomsich, Rudy, 64, 134, 286 
Tomsic, Lenore 286 
Tontsch, Linda 286 
Torok, Donna 286 
Torter, Kathryn 148, 287 
Truden, Marilyn 287 
Tucceri, Loretta 83, 287 
Tuhacek, Mary Alice 140, 150 

154, 156,287 

Turk, John 138,139,153,287 

Tutolo, Phillip 287 

Takacs, Carol 61, 153, 156, 284 

Tannehill, Jo Ann 284 

Tanno, Tressa 284 

Tarantino, Don 284 

Taylor, Coleman 70, 71, 134, 

149, 284 
Tekavic, Joe 284 
Tentler, Diane 284 
Tercek, Tom 284 
Terrant, Frank 85, 285 
Tewell, Thomas 139,285 
Theis, Susan 143, 285 



Uncapher, Esther 287 
Unterberger, Dolores 144, 150, 

154, 287 
Urbancic, Arlene 61, 288 
Urguhart, Don 64, 134, 149, 28 
Urick, Barbara 288 



Vadnal, Jon 60, 142, 143, 151, 

288 
Valduga, Loretta 288 
Vicic, Frances 154,288 
Vidmar, Diane 288 
Vincent, Marilyn 60, 93. 142, 

143, 161, 288 
Violanti, Lois 143.150,288 
Violett, Joan 288 
Voss, Robert 289 
Vozar, Ray 150, 289 



Wanchik, Kathleen 56, 61, 146, 

158,289 
Ware, Joan 55, 152, 154, 213, 

289 
Weatherly, Gayle 87, 289 
Weir, Pamela 152, 289 
Weiss, Denis 289 
Wellington, Linda 150, 154, 

156, 289 
Werley, Carol 143, 289 
Wheaton, Karen 289 
Wheeler, Linda 150, 289 
White, Carolyn 144, 289 
Wicai, Neil 61, 290 
Wiles, Audrey 290 
Wilkinson, Nancy 290 



Will, Paula 290 
Williams, Kathleen 290 
Williams, Laura 290 
Wilson, Agnes 151,290 
Winkler, Alan 290 
Wlodarski, Pauline 290 
Wolons, Mary 290 
Wonnacott, James 138, 139, 140, 

141, 151, 290 
Wood, John 291 
Wood, Richard 291 
Wright, Sharon 291 
Wymer, Rita 291 



Yanchar, John 291 
Yates, Stewart 291 
Yednock, Richard 291 
Yert, Donald 76, 77, 149, 291 
Yopko, Connie 154,291 
York, Myra 213,291 



Zadravec, Loretta 292 

Zaffiro, Betty 292 

Zagar, Mary 292 

Zagore, Bob 292 

Zakacs, Sharon 292 

Zakrajsek, Emmaline 154, 292 

Zakraysek, Jean 64, 156, 292 

Zalar, Frank 292 

Zarr, Joanne 292 

Zeitz, Carol 56, 154, 156, "292 

Zgonc, Frank 293 

Zgonc, Robert 151,293 

Zilke, Carl 293 

Znidarsic, Carol 146, 156, 293 

Znidarsic, Donna 142, 143, 293 

Zusy, James 293 



JUNIOR INDEX 



Adamczewski, Richard 163 
Adams, Bonnie 155, 157 
Adler, Bonnie 155, 163 
Aiken, David 163 
Albertone, Connie 163 
Albrecht, Dean 154,157,162, 

163 
Allen, Jane 59, 155, 163 
Allen, June 84, 163 
Allen, Steven 71 
Alves, Bruce 163 
Ambrose, Donna 59, 144, 14'6. 

147, 151, 156, 157, 163 
Ames, Lorie 155 
Anderson, Barbara 163 
Anderson, Elbert 163 
Anderson. Kathleen 163 
Anderson, Suanne 163 
Andrulis, Dave 121. 163 
Angene, Ned 127, 163 
Armstrong. Roberta 148 
Arnold, Nancy 163 
Aufdenhaus, Janis 139,163 
Auten, Howard 163 



Bagocius, Alice 163 

Bailey, Barbara 155. 164 

Baker, James 164 

Baker, Tom 56, 149. 163 

Balash, Leonard 172 

Balch, James 127, 134, 139. 163 

Balch, Jerry 139 

Ball, Pat 163 

Banko, Patricia 139, 150, 164 

Barber, Margaret 139, 164 

Barbie, Janet 164 

Barnes, Jane 151, 164 

Baron, Ron 164 

Barta, Steven 55, 164 

Bartos, Jon 121, 164 

Batt, Barb 164 

Bauer, Carla 164 

Bauer, Karen 162. 164 

Beck.,Nancy 157. 164 

Bednar, George 163 

Beeke, Barbara 164 

Beers, James 164 



Beers, Wayne 164 
Begalke. Kenneth 164 
Benedetto, Patricia 56. 139, 140. 

146, 157. 164 
Bengston, John 176 
Benner, Judy 144. 164 
Bentley, Fredda 93, 144, 176 
Beres, Jim 71, 164 
Berger, Linda 157. 176 
Berk, Sheldon 77, 164 
Berndt. Keith 164 
Berntson. Linnea 56, 146, 155, 

176 
Beutell, Joanne 139. 156. 157, 

176 
Beverick. Susan 144, 176 
Beyerle, Donna 155, 176 
Biller, Warren 77, 134, 149, 164 
Black, John 164 
Blakeley, Bruce 164. 176 
Blattau, Donna 176 
Blattau. Robert 176 
Bodnar, Patricia 166 
Boomer. Frances 176 
Bootz. Richard 176 
Boyd, Glen 163 
Boyton, William 143, 176 
Bozick. Patricia 134, 176 
Braidic. George 64 
Braidich, Eileen 165, 176 
Brandt, Carl 176 
Braunlich, Kenneth 176 
Brennan, Patricia 83. 165 
Brewster. Leon 93, 176 
Bright. Robert 71. 134. 176 
Brodnik. Douglas 166 
Brougher. June 165 
Brown, Alan 176 
Brown, Brenda 151.162,165 
Buchholz, Evelyn 143, 165 
Buco, Marcella 180 
Buda, Kenneth 153, 162, 176 
Budic. Marilyn 167 
Burford. Patricia 148, 165 
Buynak, Beverly 179 
Bybec, Carol 144, 165 
Byron, Eleanor 165 
Bystricky, Richard 176 



Cadwallader, Carol 155,165 
Calavitta. Patricia 165 
Caldwell, Douglas 54, 176 
Cameron. Phyllis 166 
Campana, Jr.. John 77, 121, 139, 

176 
Carlson. Elizabeth 155. 157, 166 
Carpenter, Edward 77, 165 
Carroccio. Pat 166 
Casey, Patricia 166 
Cebular, Thomas 134,165 
Cefaratti, Louie 165 
Cergol, Raymond 165 
Cermelj, Janet 166 
Cetinsky, Carol 151, 166 
Chalfant, Linda 62, 153, 156. 

164 
Chandler. David 177 
Chiarello, Maxine 166 
Chicone. Bob 165 
Chinchar. Joe 165 
Cibbs. Caren 155. 166 
Cimbalos. Ellen 166 
Cipollo. Donald 134, 165 
Clark, Walt 165 
Clemence. Vincent 165 
Colbow. Dave 77.121.165 
Colledce, Sylvia 166 
Collier. Kathy 83, 162, 166 
Collincwood, James 56, 131, 165 
Collins, Dale 54, 62, 165 
Collins. Marie 157, 167 
Consia, Barbara 180 
Constantine, Richard 71,127, 

139, 165 
Coode, Nancy 167 
Cook, Jeff 175 
Cooper, Tim 166 
Cordray. Harriet 167 
Cornwell, Robert 166 
Coros, Kathleen 143, 146, 163, 

177 
Corrao, Frank 166 
Couch. Mary 167 
Crabtree, Roy 179 
Cradis, Charlene 143, 155, 167 



Creveling, Nancy 56, 167 
Crone, Cnester 134,139,149, 

166 
Cruder, Mary 167 
Cunningham, Donna 163 
Cuthbertson, Linda 165 
Cvetkovic, Diane 155, 166 

Dacar, Richard 131, 166 
Danch, Judy 144, 167 
Dane, Michael 127, 166 
Daugherty, Donald 168 
Daugherty, Rebecca 144 
Davis, Randall 55, 166 
Davis, Tom 116, 121, 166 
DeWitt, Carol 168 
Debeljak, Helen 167 
Decker. Dean 166 
Deister, Donna 148. 168 
Delac. Nancy 146, 168 
Delly, Eileen 155, 167 
Dever, Paul 131, 166 
DiBiasio, Sharon 143, 168 
DiPuccio, Anita 168 
Dickey. Patrick 93, 153 
Dinishak, Barbara 151, 168 
Dixon, William 127, 166 
Dragolic. Jean 54.55.162.168 
Dreifort, Patricia 168 
Drenik, Arlene 168 
Drotos, Mike 166 
Drummond, Dennis 48, 127, 166 
Ducca. Joanne 155. 168 
Dynes. Richard 170 



Eastabrooks. Colleen 144, 168 
Eddy, Elane 168 
Eeckhout, Jean 169 
Ehas, Donald 71, 127. 149. 167 
Eidenier. Bob 139, 167 
Elder, Dennis 167 
Elicker. William 167 
Emerson, Timothy 167 
Engelbrecht, Karen 173,176 
Erjavec, Lynn 144, 155, 168 
Estanich, Fred 167 
Estvanko, Robert 167 
Evans. Brenda 157, 168 
Evans, James 123, 167 
Evans, Joan 168 
Evans, John 167 



Faber, Betty 168 
Fairchild, Linda 168 
Farwick. Greag 139. 167 
Feith, William 131, 151. 167 
Filipovic. Mike 172 
Fink. William 168, 170 
Fiorelli, Roger 168 
Fitzgerald. Jim 168 
Flaler, Pamela 146, 155. 168 
Focht. John 168 
Foael. Eileen 168 
Forker. Jeff 77, 143. 151 
Fortuna, Anthony 168 
Foust, Jerry 56. 168 
Fowler. George 77, 127, 168 
Fox, Richard 179 
Foxall, Robert 139. 168 
Fraedrich. Dick 168 
Francis, Mike 77. 168 
Francis, Ralph 71, 134. 168 
Francis. Jr.. Evan 70, 71. 149. 

151, 168 
Freed, Curt 56. 58. 62, 151. 16 
Frownfelter, Craig 168 
Frye, Jerry 168 
Fuchs, Rudy 168 
Fuller. Elaine 56. 168 
Furth, Glenn 127. 168 



Gadus. Susan 180 
Gallo. Geraldine 168 
Gardner. Judy 168 
Garzone. Tom 168 
Gaylon. Rosalind 169 
Gebe, Steve 77. 127, 168 
Geddes, Dan 45. 71. 144, 149, 

152, 168 
Geisler, Beverly 169 
Gerson, Terry 168 
Gerwin, Dave 168 
Gessic, Jim 77 



345 



Gezann, Gary 139, 168 
Gibb, William 121, 168 
Gibson, James 168 
Gibson, Shirley 59, 155, 157, 

169 
Ginsburg, Jill 157, 169 
Giordano, Carole 169 
Girod, Lenny 64 
Glenn. Don 169 
Glenn, Mary 55, 146, 151, 157, 

163, 169 
Gliebe, Joseph 139, 169 
Gorsha, Darlene 169 
Gorsha, Gary 134, 169 
Gotthalf, Jane 169 
Graus, Robert 134, 149, 169 
Grdanc, Frank 179 
Green, Jean 155, 169 
Green, Linda 144, 169 
Gregurich, Sharon 169 
Grisez, Frank 169 
Gualtier, Richard 169 
Guentzler, David 169 
Guess, Linda 163 
Gugliotta, Barbara 169 
Gurko, Frank 169 
Guth, Margaret 144, 169 
Guy, Trevor 56, 169 



Habe, John 169 

Habian, David 55, 169 

Hach, Art 169 

Hacker, Carole 153,155,157, 

169 
Hadfield, Frank 93, 134, 143 
Hager, Gary 77, 169 
Hahs, Carol 171 
Haibedel, Karen 143, 171 
Halloran, Judith 148, 171 
Hamilton, Carol 171 
Hamilton, Vera 171 
Hanes, Frank 71, 134, 139, 149, 

171 
Hanslik, Richard 171 
Harding, Nancy 83, 146, 157, 

171 
Harper, Joan 56, 155, 156, 157, 

171 
Hartman, John 64, 171 
Harwood, Betsey 143, 171 
Hayes, Gerald 180 
Hayes, Joan 171 
Hayes, Patricia 171 
Haytas, Bonnie 171 
Heaps, Roger 171 
Heasley, Tom 171 
Heil. Gayle 140 
Heise, Linda 171 
Helm, Rose 155, 171 
Henderson, Gregory 64,171 
Henry, Diana 1 7 1 
Herman, Diane 177 
Hever, Darlene 171 
Hicks, Hermine 171 
Hill, Judith 171 
Hocevar, Bonita 171 
Hodkcy, Edward 173 
Holtz. Carolyn 171 
Holwick, Bob 171 
Horn, Raymond 176 
Horton, Alice 171 
Hottois, Mary 171 
Hovancsek, Donald 171 
Hribar, Allan 55, 171 
Hudock, Janet 171 
Huebner, Gregory 131,171 
Humphries, William 171 
Hunston, Donna 84, 87, 171 
Hunt, Carole 171 
Hunter, Keith 171 



lacofano, John 171 
Ilg, Ron 171 
Irtenkauf, Gene 168 
Ivec, Ronald 171 
Ivec, Stanley 168 



Jackson, Patrick 59, 71, 134, 

149, 163, 171 
Jagodnik, Anthony 171 
James, John 77, 127, 171 
Janis, Andy 165 
Jankovich, Carmela 171 
Jankovich, Madge 166 



Jarc, Eileen 148, 171 
Jaroscak, Bernard 171 
Jaunsis, Sandra 171 
Jenkins, Evan 143,171 
Jenney, Stephen 93, 171 
Jerabek, Linda 143, 172 
Jerele, James 71, 134, 149, 171 
Jeric, Judi 166 
Jerrick, Nancy 166 
Johnson, Barbara 164 
Johnson, Philip 171 
Jones, David 56, 72, 77, 121, 

149, 171 
Jones, Gerran 171 



Kadun, Joan 148, 172 

Kaleal, John 71, 175 

Kapke, Mike 135, 150, 171 

Kapla, Jerome 171 

Kapudja, Sandy 172 

Karabinus, Phillip 171 

Kardell, Therese 172 

Karich, Rudolph 135 

Karlovec, Robert 171 

Kavon, Gerald 172 

Kelember, Sharon 172 

Kellas, Sue 170 

Kelly, Bob 172 

Kevern, Terry 172 

Keyerleber, Philip 77, 179 

Kirchoff, Melvin 173 

Kish, Barbara 144. 157, 170 

Kish, Lois 62, 144, 155, 170 

Kish, Rose 170 

Kitko, Paulette 170 

Klauga, Jewell 155, 167 

Klein, Jeraldine 170 

Klotzbach, Susan 143, 146, 170 

Knack. Lucinda 166 

Knaus, Diane 144, 170 

Knaus. Robert 172 

Kneale. Jack 56, 162, 172 

Kocell, Steve 172 

Kochevar, Fred 172 

Kodrich, John 172 

Kogan, Gloria 170 

Kolman, Geraldine 170 

Komraus, Lynn 170 

Kopach, Bonnie 170 

Korda, Sue 148. 170 

Kosher. Carole 151. 157, 170 

Kostick, Robert 170 

Kotzmann. Charleen 166 

Koucky. Arlene 170 

Kovach, James 56, 127, 170 

Koval, Dick 170 

Kozar, Mary Jane 170 

Kozlevcar, Yvonne 151, 155. 170 

Kramer, Terrance 170 

Kranich, Bill 170 

Krauss, Theodore 59,134,149, 

170 
Krieger, Judith 173 
Krome. Helen 155, 173 
Krotine. Gene 172 
Krueger, Mary Jane 148 
Krull, Gary 168 
Kurti, Joseph 121. 170 



LaBant. Madeline 173 
LaFollette. Dennis 167 
Lamos. Grant 170 
Lane. Linda 151. 173 
Lanese, Anita 173 
Laub, Edna 173 
Laudenbach. Stephen 170 
Laurenson. William 55, 170 
Lausin, Carol 173 
Lauter, Neil 77, 143, 151, 162 
Leber. Robert 170 
Leduc, Blake 180 
Lefevre, Nancy 176 
Lehman, Judith 173 
Leimbach, Richard 180 
Leininger, Thomas 131,148,173 
Lenarsic, Anita 173 
Lengel, Lawrence 173 
Leporati, Janice 155,173 
Leutbecher, Adelbert 56, 162, 

173 
Leybeck, Linda 93, 144. 173 
Liggett, Laurence 139, 141 
Lilley, Dave 131, 139, 143, 173 
Lindner, Robert 173 
Lindquist. Beverly 155, 173 



Link, Betty 173 

Linsley, B. 165 

Logan, Karen 56, 151. 157, 173 

Loncala, Joyce 173 

Lonchar, Dick 77, 149, 173 

Long, Larry 64, 173 

Lube, Joan 143, 156, 157. 173 

Lucas, Wendy 151, 157, 173 

Ludwick, John 173 

Lytle, Linda 173 



MacQuarrie, George 93. 123, 

180 
Macy. Judy 155, 173 
Madda, Gloria 155, 173 
Madey, Beverly 151, 173 
Maher. Penelope 173 
Maizel. Marcia 56, 166 
Malaney, James 
Malaney, Tom 163 
Malaney, Marianne 173 
Malchow. Kenneth 71. 173 
Marett, Craig 173 
Markatos, John 173 
Markert. Cynthia 173 
Marsh. Tom 176 
Marsh, Jack 173 
Martin, Charles 173 
Marten, William 131,173 
Maskunas, Peter 77, 173 
Mathson, Gaynell 144,153,174 
Matlock. Ellen 155 
Mattis, Delores 174 
Matzelle, John 173 
Mauceri, Frank 173 
Maver, Frank 179 
May. Ron 166 
Mayer. Henry 162.173 
McCreight, George 180 
McCulloch. Ray 180 
McDerment. Marlene 155. 173 
McGowan. Dave 173 
McPeek. Tom 144. 173 
McPherson. Marcia 157. 173 
Medlen, Norman 135, 173 
Mekedis, Doris 155, 157, 174 
Mervar. Robert 139. 173 
Mervis. Robert 139. 164 
Mesojedec. Nancy 174 
Mickshaw. Jr., Eddie 173 
Middlebrook, Sara 62, 142, 143. 

174 
Middleton. David 173 
Middleton, Mary 59.155.157. 

174 
Miklavcic. Elizabeth 174 
Miklavcic. Ron 179 
Mikovic. Ronald 173 
Milavec, Barbara 174 
Millar. Heather 148. 174 
Miller. Bonnie 174 
Miller. Judy 174 
Miller. Ronald 173 
Milmont. Diane 174 
Mirosavich. John 54. 173 
Mochan. Jim 173 
Mock. Don 143. 173 
Mohler. Simon 174 
Mohoric. Denis 55. 139. 174 
Molnar. Bruce 131. 174 
Monroe. Deanna 174 
Montana. Tim 168 
Moore. Bill 174 
Morel. Marlene 174 
Morkunas, Pete 174 
Morris, Jeff 174 
Morris, Lee 174 
Morrison. Dennis 174 
Moss, Gary 174 
Motta, Violet 174 
Moulis, Thomas 127, 174 
Mramor. James 172 
Muehleisen. Sue 155. 175 
Mueller. Robert 167 
Mueller. Susan 155.157.175 
Muir. Bonna 175 
Mullins. Connie 143 
Murphy. Ann 175 
Murray. Charlotte 175 
Musteikis. Dalia 175 



Nada, Juanita 56. 83, 87. 90. 

146, 175 

Neat, Margaret 179 

Nebe. Howard 174 



Neelon. James 165 
Nelson. Charlotte 175 
Nelson. Richard 174 
Niehaus, William 56, 174 
Nobbe. Patricia 175 
Nosan. Gloria 87.155.163,175 
Novak. Don 71 
Novak, Larry 152, 174 



Oberstar. Philip 174 
Odda. Joseph 152, 153, 175 
Ogrin. Andy 180 
O'Hara, Timothy 174 
Opalk. Donna 179 
Orazem. Lawrence 175 
Orazen. Edward 77, 126. 127. 

149. 175 
Orebaugh, Malcolm 175 
Ortman. Dennis 175 
O'Saben, Eugene 134. 175 
Osten, Bonnie 173 
Ott. Sherman 175 
Owen, Bonnita 175 



Page. Lee 175 

Pagon, Ron 175 

Pajk, Christine 64. 155. 175 

Palko. Jean 180 

Papp. Lillian 155, 175 

Pappas, James 175 

Parada. Joe 175 

Parker. Fred 175 

Paskey. Dennis 175 

Patton. William 162. 175 

Pavelka. Carolyn 175 

Paul. Priscilla 83. 157. 175 

Perrotti. Patricia 155. 175 

Perz. Linda 175 

Petersen. Barbara 143. 175 

Petersen. Jerry 71. 143. 148. 175 

Petrik, Marlene 56. 175 

Petro. John 144. 175 

Petrou, Diane 175 

Petrovic. Victor 134. 175 

Petrovich. Roger 64. 175 

Phillips. Carol 175 

Phillips. Nancy 175 

Picozzi. Don 175 

Pike. Janis 144. 155. 157. 175 

Pinter. Anne 175 

Pisek. Diane 54. 64. 175 

Podobnikar. Judy 175 

Podwils. Karen 155. 175 

Polito. Mercedes 175 

Pollutro. Bob 162. 175 

Portik. Michael 166 

Postle. James 175 

Postle, Jeannette 179 

Pouss. Sharon 155. 175 

Presterl, Judy 180 

Prijatelj, Stan 139, 175 

Prioreschi, Alice 155,176 

Prokop, Lucy 176 

Proudfoot, Jeffrey 175 

Pugh, William 45, 93, 175 

Puleo, Matt 175 

Purtill. Don 175 

Ralls, Sarah 144, 155, 176 
Randazzo, Madeline 83, 176 
Rankin, Thomas 77. 127, 143, 

175 
Rash, Kathy 176 
Raymond, Pat 176 
Reba, Carol 155,176 
Reba, Mike 175 
Redlin. Keith 175 
Reichenbach. Judith 176 
Rhoades. Barbara 143. 155, 176 
Richards, Patrick 64, 176 
Richardson, James 93. 176 
Ritchie. Donald 152. 172 
Ritz. Bonnie 151, 154, 155, 157, 

176 
Roberts, Ann 143, 176 
Roberts, Beverly 139, 157, 176 
Roberts, Jeannette 84, 143, 157 
Roberts, Ruth 151 
Roman, Rich 176 
Romano, Joseph 176 
Romisher. Barbara 83 
Roschy. Joyce 155. 166 
Rose, Henry 144, 176 
Rositano, Donna 176 
Rote, Patricia 146, 155, 164 



346 



Rowles, Chuck 176 
Rumohr, Sharon I8( 
Russ, Bill 176 



Sabetti, Michele 144, 155, 164 
Sak, Richard 176 
Salmick, Lois 153, 155, 164 
Samsa, John 176 
Sarich, Dennis 56, 176 
Sarver, Richard 139, 143 
Sawyer, Shirley 180 
Sayers, L 180 
Sbrocco, Donald 176 
Scanlon, Barbara 164 
Schaefer, Harry 179 
Schafer, James 179 
Scheff, Julianne 155, 179 
Scheibel, Patricia 155, 164 
Schmidt, Dorothea 155, 157, 164 
Schmidt, Kathleen 154, 155, 162, 

164 
Schmitt, Barbara 143, 164 
Schneider, Larry 77, 164 
Schott, Sherry 77, 83 
Schubert, Ronald 64, 164 
Schuette, Kathryn 56, 147, 177 
Schulz, Dianne 177 
Schumer, Wayne 164 
Schwarts, Nancy 59, 143, 146, 

177 
Schwemler, John 164 
Scott, Joan 177 
Seaman, Ben 164 
Sebock, Virginia 176 
Seifert, Bonnie 155, 177 
Seres, Joan 177 
Sernel, Fred 171 
Sestak, Vaughn 139, 179 
Shannon, Tom 168 
Shenkel, Carol 177 
Sherry, Robert 169 
Shields, Daniel 131, 164 
Shinagawa, Alan 54, 164 
Shonk, Irene 177 
Sikora, Michael 77, 164 
Simcic, John 164 
Simmons, Kathy 64, 177 
Singer, Larry 144, 180 
Sippola, Elaine 157, 177 
Sirca, Gene 164 
Skula, Kenneth 164 
Slaybaugh, Jon 164 
Smiciklas, Patricia 177 



Smith, Charlene 177 
Smith, Douglas 164 
Smith, Gary 164 
Smith, Jacqueline 177 
Smolinsky, Mike 166 
Smrdel, Steve 177 
Snyder, Peggy 178 
Soblesky, Joanne 178 
Sotka, Ron 177 
Sovich, Mary 55, 157, 178 
Sowul, Ken 177 
Spacagna, Ray 169 
Spena, Carol 155, 178 
Spencer, Jerry 127, 134, 162, 

177 
Spenko, Gerald 56, 71, 134, 139, 

149, 151, 164 
Sprineer, Pat 178 
Sprochi, David 77, 143, 149, 151, 

177 
Squire, James 76, 77, 180 
Stadler, Richard 164 
Stafford, Bill 168 
Stafford, Ruth 178 
Stabler, Sharon 143 
Stamm, Ulli 131, 177 
Stanley, Carol 178 
Stanwyck, Sue 56, 144, 155. 178 
Starnes, Pat 178 
Stasienko, Richard 177 
Steich, Thomas 177 
Steven, Charles 177 
Stevenson. Dan 56, 119, 121, 

134, 149, 177 
Stone, Beverly 178 
Stoneback, John 139, 177 
Strah. Rosemary 178 
Straub, Elinor 178 
Strnad, Frances 180 
Subel, Jack 178 
Suhar, Judith 144, 178 
Sullivan, Eileen 55,56,157, 

163, 179 
Sullivan, Judy 179 
Sullivan, Nancy 155, 157, 179 
Sustersic, Mary 179 
Svrga, Barbara 179 
Swan, Daniel 178 
Syracuse, Rosemary 180 
Syracuse, Verna 179 
Szalek, Sharon 179 



Tannenbaum, Joseph 178 
Taylor, Gary 135, 178 
Taylor, Rockwell 134, 139, 178 
Tekavec, Thomas 134, 179 



Tekavic, Bill 56, 178 
Telisman, Janice 143, 148, 157, 

179 
Terranova, Charles 162, 178 
Tetrick, Kris 
Thomas, Dave 178 
Thome, Thomas 180 
Tilk, Chuck 134, 178 
Tilly, Nancy 179 
Tinker, Penelope 56, 57, 93, 

144, 146, 179 
Tolar, Louis 178 
Tomie, Beverly 179 
Trauger, John 131,179 
Trentel, Donna 155, 179 
Trinite, Charles 168 
Trivisonno, Nick 165 
Trouten, Jr., Carl 179 
Troxell, Sue Anne 179 
Tuckerman, Thomas 179 
Turk, Bill 179 
Turk, Ray 164 
Turner, Veronica 180 
Tyler, Beverly 180 
Tyrrell, Eileen 180 

Union, George 179 
Unkefer, Ronald 166 
Urankar, Patricia 180 
Ursini, Sandra 180 
Utterback, Saundra 180 



Vagasky. Margaret 55, 151, 

157, 180 
Valentino, William 179 
Valince, Barbara 139, 148, 18 
Van Tilburg, Frank 139,179 
Vardian, Tony 64, 139, 179 
Verb, Robert 179 
Vershall, David 180 
Vicic, Margaret 180 
Virant, Randolph 179 
Vitanza, Anthony 179 
Vitolo, Marlene 180 
Viviano, Kathleen 64,180 



Wallace, Barbara 143, 146, 155, 

156, 157, 180 
Wallace. Richard 179 
Walzer. Diane 180 
Ward, Perry 166 
Warnke, Linda 155, 157 
Warnke, Joan 180 
Wasenda, Jim 179 
Watkins, Evan 166 



Watson, Jean 166 
Watt, Ronald 179 
Webb, Halle 127, 179 
Weeks, Lawrence 64, 180 
Weible, Joseph 127, 180 
Welch, Sharon 180 
Welsh, Joe 166 
Wenger, Marilyn 155, 180 
Whalen, William 180 
Wheeler, Bob 166 
Whelan, Dennis 179 
Whitehead, John 139, 180 
Whiting, James 180 
Whittaker, James 131. 180 
Wickizer, Richard 180 
Wiedemann. Vera 64,180 
Williams. Wayne 180 
Wilson, Raymond 180 
Wilson, Roland 172 
Wiltshire, Elaine 139. 141. 151, 

180 
Winters, Carole 148, 180 
Wither, Susan 180 
Wohlaemuth, Walter 180 
Woidtke. Rocer 180 
Wohlcemuth, Walter 180 
Woidtke. Rocer 180 
Wolf. Leslee 180 
Wolfenberg. Jon 180 
Wolff. Sandra 155, 180 
Woodruff, Richard 77, 180 



Yabroff, Bruce 77. 180 
Yanchar. Bonita 54. 59. 157. 

162. 180 
Yanchar. Jacqueline 54.180 
Yane. John 56. 93, 143, 151, 18 
Yeray. Stan 180 
Yert, Diane 180 
Youne. Robert 77. 131. 180 
Yurkovich. David 180 
Yurosko. Mike 180 

Zakraysek. Ralph 180 
Zavodnik. Mary Helen 180 
Zele. Janice 151. 155. 180 
Zeravica. Ann 180 
Zeonc. Carolvne 179 
Zfelaski. Jack 180 
Zielaski. Marge 179 
Zimmer. Robert 180 
Zimmerman. David 56. 131. 18 
Zimmerman. Paula 155. 180 
Zoul.Tom 180 
Zupancic. Fred 176. 180 
Zust. Ken 71. 131 



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When this book is published and placed in the hands 
of the students of Euclid High, I shall say good-by to 
the best and most devoted staff ever to take on the job 
of producing the Euclidian. True, they're human, and 
once in awhile they shirked responsibilities, but a finer 
group of people I will never hope to meet and no edi- 
tor could want a more loyal, hard-working staff. Each 
contributed his individual talents and efforts to the 
common cause — the best for 1960 — and made the year 
memorable to us in his own special way. Each has his 
own contribution to the development of our book. 
Well, staff, the year which we have anxiously awaited 
and planned for so long is now over, and I hope Eu- 
clidian — the work sessions, the parties, the trips, the 
problems, the fun — will always remain close to you all. 
But here I must mention our friend and sponsor, Mr. 
James McCampbell, whose many hours of hard work 
and self-sacrifice will not go unrewarded. Mac was 
constantly at our side in all phases of planning and 
production; while the book remained a staff respon- 
sibility, he was always ready with help and advice on 
technical problems and was the one who time and 
again cheered us up when the going got rough. With- 
out him, a special part of our remembrances of this 
year would be lost. 

A yearbook with as large a circulation as Euclid's 
could not be produced by one staff alone, and here I 
wish to extend my thanks to all those who made its 
production possible, in particular, Mr. Clayton George 
and the faithful members of the Euclidian Business 
Staff. Well do I remember the nights they spent long 
hours after school in an attempt to get the records 
straight, and the times they lent us a helping hand 
when that deadline just had to be met. 

To them and to countless others I offer many 
thanks: To Dr. Lester E. Angene, Superintendant of 
Schools, and Mr. Clifford G. Owens, Principal, whose 
interest and desire to help out in any way was greatly 
appreciated; to Mr. Bruce Graham, Assistant Princi- 
pal, who juggled his schedule around many times so 



that we might carry out our plans in the most conven- 
ient way; to Dr. Jerry Bergem and Miss Wilma Gil- 
man, deans, who excused us from classes and helped 
us in the scheduling of underclass pictures; to Mr. Fred 
Vollman who gave us invaluable aid in the planning 
and design of our cover and other artwork; to Mr. Don- 
ald Rinkes and the Camera Club whose generous aid 
was always given cheerfully when camera troubles 
arose; and to the members of the custodial staff who 
were always friendly and willing to let us in the office 
at almost any hour of the day or night when emergen- 
cies came up or work had to be done. 

Tackling the job of getting every picture called for 
in the yearbook is a big one and one which our student 
photography staff handled nicely, but much credit must 
also be given to Mr. Morey Levine, Mr. Bill Rainin, 
and Mr. Joe Gongos of Raimor Studios. They schooled 
our photographers in the art of picture taking and 
were always ready to print all the pictures we needed 
with the finest methods of reproduction possible when 
we were pressed for time. I am also grateful for the 
services and advice of Mr. Bruce Wilson and Mr. Dan 
Mack, our representatives from Wm. J. Keller Inc., 
printers, and Mueller Art Cover Co., respectively. 

To these in particular and those who contributed to 
our yearbook in any way, I wish to extend deep ap- 
preciation. People — without their efforts our book 
could not have been produced, without their friend- 
ships our year would have no meaning. I sincerely 
hope that the 1960 Euclidian has fulfilled the purpose 
for which it was intended, and that it will bring many 
years of enjoyment to everyone. 



Very Sincerely, 



Editor-in-Chief 



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