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ALMA MATER 

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



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









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Euclid Senior High 
711 E. 222 Street 
Euclid 23, Ohio 



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The mind perceives change 

And is disquieted, 

Innpotent to avoid it, 

Responsible for creating it. 

The mind perceives the significance of change 

And knows the meaning 

Of before 

And after. 




Change Is the manifestation of 
time in the physical world. Time 
paces unalterably forward, but 
change can often be directed. 
Through man's negligence, 
change brings decay, through his 
labor, achievement. 





Progress results from the effec- 
tive direction of change. In the 
modern school, mechanization 
provides for more efficient learn- 
ing, while organized activities 
such as the Washington trip. Ski 
Club, and American Field Serv- 
ice give students opportunities 
they would likely not have been 
offered otherwise. These assets 
develop mind and body, for the 
student the most significant 
change. 





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Men often encounter tragic change. A 
shocked, unbelieving nation felt the impact of 
a President's death, and John F. Kennedy be- 
came a noble memory to Americans every- 
where. But the pace would not stop; more 
changes followed, and, gradually, the nation's 
equilibrium was restored. Americans turned 
to Lyndon B. Johnson for leadership. 




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Former change has shaped the present, 

and now thought nnay bring a question, 

a probe inquiring into the realm of future change. 

Beautiful and terrifying, 

change works with steady sureness, 

or bullet-like speed. 

It decides the difference between 

today and tomorrow, 

this generation and the next. 

What will change bring? 

Each individual can influence the answer. 




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ACADEMICS 

Progress is a conscious struggle for betterment through change, but 
conscious change is not always progress. Changes are often caused more 
by necessity than by the desire for improvement. 

Such was the case at Euclid this year, when a surplus of students forced 
the advent of many changes in the school framework. Crowded hallways 
were relieved by up and down stairways. Classes held in the E-room and 
team teaching eased the logistical problem of where to put students. 

Perhaps more absorbing than the administrative aspects of these 
changes were their effect on the attitudes of the students themselves. With 
the advent of these changes, the school deserted some of its acquired 
functions and became more an institution of learning. Continuing a trend 
that had begun some years before, the student developed a different 
attitude toward academics. He began to realize that school was a com- 
bination of intellectual and social pursuits, and that his time had to be 
apportioned between the two. Moreover, the stigma formerly attached 
to the gifted or imaginative individual by an anti-intellectual student body 
was removed as studying became more stylish. 

This change in attitude was meaningful, for it signified maturity and 
a more conscious approach to the future. Today's student must be pre- 
pared to assume and develop the wisdom of his predecessors. Into his 
hands the present body of knowledge is placed, slowly and carefully, by 
its former creators. The student will soon be the creator. What will he 
create? 




Inevitable, accelerating change must be not 
only acknowledged but anticipated. The good life 
— yes, even sheer survival — demands a sure-footed 
readiness for the myriad changes foisted upon us. 
Moreover, v/e need to develop the desire and power 
to effect changes rather than merely be affected by 
them. Every change is a cause-effect evolvement 
from pre-existing materials, events, and ideas. Only 
their mode of combination is new. It behooves us 
all, therefore, to become surely grounded in the 
constants of life, the unchanging principles, so that 
we do not confuse change with progress, to become 
conversant with the phenomena of change in every 
field and thereby to become in marked degree 
masters of our fate. 

Lester E. Angene 
Superintendent of Schools 



SCHOOL BOARD. First Row: Mrs. Mary King, Mr. Paul Totten. 

Second Row: Mr. William Tomko, Mr. Dale Mansperger, Mr. Loyal Luikart. 




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Dr. Lester E. Angene, Superintendent of Schools. 



The changes noticed at Euclid High 
when you returned this year, and the 
ones you are a part of now, are 
excellent preporation for the era of 
ever-increasing change into which 
you ore moving. My best wishes go 
with you for an exciting part in this 
coming era of change and challenge. 

Mr. Robert Holloway 

Director of Secondary Education 



Mr. Robert Holloway, Director of Secondary 
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Change can be invigorating or 
frightening depending on a person's 
frame of mind. Most individuals 
welcome change and enjoy the chal- 
lenge which it imposes. Other per- 
sons who are not as well adjusted 
become apprehensive when they must 
meet change. They prefer the secur- 
ity of the status quo. 

I hope as you leave high school 
you will accept the necessary changes 
in your life as opportunities to de- 
velop your total personality. The only 
caution I would make is that you do 
not become attracted to change for 
its own sake and that you learn to 
distinguish between change which 
represents progress and that which 
does not. The development of this 
skill will require the use of all your 
native intelligence and acquired 
knowledge. 

William A. Hunter 

Principal 



Mr. William A. Hunter, Principal. 



Dr. James Miller, Assistant Principal. 




Mrs. Harriet Sheets, Assistant Principal. 





PRINCIPALS 

This was a year of transition, and 
few people felt the jolts of change 
more than our principals, Mr. Hunter, 
Mrs. Sheets, Dr. Bergem, Dr. Miller, 
and Mr. Wiley. The new ten period 
day, giving the administration twenty 
per cent more building space, also 
created countless student scheduling 
problems. Other new difficulties en- 
countered were problems in teacher 
communication and staff meetings, 
both of which were caused by diverse 
teacher schedules. Questions con- 
cerning student promotion, discipline, 
and college applications had to be 
answered as usual. Thus, the prin- 
cipals coped with most of the old, as 
well as the new problems. 



Mr. George Wiley, Assistant Principal. 



Dr. Jerry Bergem, Assistant Principal. 





DIVISION A-F. (left to right) Mr. Fred Johns, Dean; Miss Virginia Bell, Counselor; 
Mr. Randy Terrier, Counselor. 

DIVISION M-R. (left to right) Mr. Merwin Staines, Counselor; Mr. John Griffin, Dean; 
not pictured. Miss Ruth Vermillion, Counselor. 





DEANS AND COUNSELORS 
Over the summer the carpenters 
sawed, leveled, and pounded last 
year's office corridor into the present 
one to facilitate the nev/ arrange- 
ment of deans and counselors, one 
dean and two counselors for each of 
the newly-developed sections. This is 
an addition of two deans and two 
counselors to the previous number. 
Suggestion and counsel take a part 
in everyone's life, and an especially 
large part during the high school 
years. The counselor concerns him- 
self with the problems of the many 
students assigned to him, and in solv- 
ing these problems prepares the stu- 
dents for the future. 



DIVISION G-L. (left to right) Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor; Mr. Donald Martin, 
Counselor; Miss Wilma Gillman, Dean. 



DIVISION S-Z. (left to right) Mr. Robert Crory, Counselor; Mr. Frank Troglia, Dean; 
Mrs. Helen Stewart, Counselor. 




ENGLISH 

English classes are no longer dominated by the 
punctuation mark and the entangled sentence dia- 
gram. Where grammatical explanations once ruled, 
lectures on characterization, style in writing, and 
organization of themes are now more usual. Through 
the advent of the paperback book, students are able 
to read more extensively, leading to greater famil- 
iarity with books and greater depth in reading, 
and resulting in a better understanding of the 
author and his work. To further this trend in English, 
Euclid's English department has instituted such meth- 
ods as team teaching, a program combining the 
talents of five teachers for the benefit of one hun- 
dred thirty juniors in college courses. An Advanced 
Placement program consisting of seven periods per 
week and an advanced composition course have 
also been initiated. English teachers are scheduled 
to teach four classes with a fifth clinic period in 
which they give individual attention in composition 
and language. Through the new drama workshop, 
students may see a classroom performance of a 
play which they are currently studying. These new 
advances have made this traditionally dull course 
one to which students look forward each day. 




Mrs. Hoffman, Department Chairman. 



Frank Aultz 
Norma Cowan 
Susan Emshwiller 



Marcia Backos 
Jean Cox 
Kathleen Fogarty 



Jean Becker 
Virginia DeMora 
Marilyn Fuerst 



William Brown 
Lillian Drescher 
Eleonora Guzman 



Judith Carmody 
Joan Duprey 
Mary Harrington 



Rosemary Clement 
Donald Eisen 
Lucy Hoffrnan 




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Miss Clement offers frank criticism. 

From Arrowsmith to Zhivago, paperbacks supplement 
textbooks. 





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Ronald Markwell 



Myro Oliver 
Lola Pinney 



Frank Pringle 
Ruth Robinson 



Leonard Robuck 
Terry Ross 



Roger Round 
Granville Smith 



Nancy Taubman 
Carole Venaleck 




READING IMPROVEMENT 
We are in a new era, and a new 
pace has been set — a fast pace. 
The Reading Improvement course is 
one method by which students can 
keep abreast of the times. It offers 
no credit, but its results more than 
account for the two days a week 
spent in the reading lab. Within a 
year a student's reading speed can 
be more than doubled and his com- 
prehension greatly increased. Result: 
his time spent on reading assignments 
is cut in half. 




Students listen intently to Mrs. Backos' informal critique of their writing. 



Written tests in the reading lab measure comprehension as well as speed. 




JOURNALISM 

The journalist finds his reward in the com- 
pletion of his product, a well-composed piece 
of journalism. However, the creation of this 
product con be a harrowing experience, for 
the writer must overcome the many pitfalls 
of the pen. His writing must be alive but not 
melodramatic, concise but not choppy. 
Sometimes he strives to arouse the reader's 
emotions, but he cannot be sentimental, and 
when his writing becomes emotional, he can- 
not lose logic. Journalism, more than any 
other type of writing, requires accuracy, for 
it concerns facts rather than fiction. Students 
of journalism gain experience by writing 
news articles, editorials, and themes, thus 
developing the varied talents of a good 
journalist. 



DRAMA 

The classroom is the stage; the assignment is "Be 
an amoeba," or "Show me how an apple acts;" the 
course is drama. Here the student learns techniques 
of expression and relies on the versatility of his 
imagination. This year, Mr. Jenkins based his pro- 
gram on the theater's development from primitive to 
modern times, a study revealing to the student how 
life itself has made men actors. 



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Mrs. Margaret Zimmerman, Department Chairman. 





Donna Baumeister Barbara Black 
Ervin Boja Ahmed Fellague 

Katheryn Gates Constance Kreicher 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

There are two obstacles to over- 
come in understanding the people of 
a foreign nation. The first of these 
is language. The second and more 
difficult is the comprehension of the 
thoughts which underlie the words. 
The knowledge of a language is not 
an end, but a means toward under- 
standing these thoughts. Euclid's lan- 
guage department is designed with 
this means in mind. Culture, as well 
as language, is studied, leaving the 
student with an understanding of the 
differences that separate the world's 
people. This type of understanding is 
necessary if there is to be progress 
toward world peace. 




Linda Manoloff 
Anthony Vaccariello 
Margaret Zimmerman 




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Joyce Alexander Linda Cook 

Donald Glaser Pat Greiner 



Moses Dannenhirsh William De Mora Nathaniel Dickinson Forrest Diehl 

Ronald Harding Raymond Hively Frank Hoffert James Lindsay 



Mr. Lindsay, Department Chairman. 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

The ancient Greek civilization, one 
of the greatest the world has known, 
could not prevent decline. The Roman 
civilization was mighty, but it, too, 
collapsed. And so it has been with 
all great civilizations. 

Today the United States faces the 
same dilemmas that have perplexed 
all the great nations in history. We 
must meet the external foe at a time 
of internal tension. Will our nation 
grow stronger through strife, or will 
it weaken and collapse? This is a 
question unanswerable now, but a 
person equipped with a knowledge 
of history and human behavior can 
intelligently predict the results of 
time. More important, history shows 
him a course to follow if he is to aid 
in the betterment of the future. Win- 
ston Churchill once said, "All wisdom 
is not new wisdom, and the past is to 
be studied if the future is to be suc- 
cessfully encountered." 





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Teachers have homework too; Mr. Stuckey prepares for his American studies 
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A lecture course means frantic note-taking for history students. 





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William McCarter Michael Ralcevich 
Ruth Smith Wayne Smith 

Cecelia Stillman James Stuckey 




Ronald Backos 
Nancy Clark 
Sheldon Freedman 
Bonnie Holt 
Edward Longer 



Olin Bailey 
Dale Davison 
Luise Hanold 
Albert Judge 
Martin Reno 



James Calvert 
Daniel Francetic 
Dean Howver 
Patrick Lanese 
Michael Socash 




Mr. Bailey, Department Chairman. 

SCIENCE 

The scraping of chalk over the board, the 
clinking of glass beakers, burets, and flasks, 
the staccato clacks of a geiger counter, and 
the click of dissecting needles are all sounds 
of learning and exploration. These sounds 
are part of the atmosphere surrounding the 
science student, and they become more 
familiar as he learns more about mitotic cell 
division, nuclei, the atomic theory, and pro- 
jectiles. He finds that the atomic mass unit 
is now based on the carbon- 12 isotope in- 
stead of the oxygen atom, and he realizes 
that what he learns is subject to continuous 
modification in the future when new ideas 
arise, for scientific history is a history not of 
whimsical revolutions but of continued prog- 
ress towards the truths of nature. Therefore, 
it is important to build in the student an open 
and inquiring mind as well as knowledge. 
New programs, for example the Biological 
Science Study Committee, Chemical Bond 
Approach, and Physical Science Study Com- 
mittee programs, are being developed to 
accomplish this. So while beakers clink and 
geiger counters clack, the student learns 
what is known now and looks forward to new 
theories and discoveries in science. 



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William Starr 
Dorothy Tombaugh 



Donald Steinbrink 
Bette Wiggins 
Ralph Wisniewski 



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Mary Ellen Bogatay works with large scale mathematics. 



Mr. Clements, Department Chairman. 



Paul Avers 
Adrian Buerger 
Carl Clements 





Mathematics changes by growing. From the 
seed of a few basic assumptions grows a logical 
system with complex subtleties. This growth has 
caused the department of mathematics to institute 
changes in curriculum and methods. In order to keep 
pace with an expanding mathematics, the student 
is taught topics not investigated in high school until 
recent years. He learns to use such subjects as sets, 
number theory, and logic as valuable tools in grasp- 
ing the complexities of an abstract world. 




Charles Reno 
Donald RInkes 
Dale Thompson 
Barrie Wilson 



Alvin Amster Lillian Barrow Harold Caylor Clayton George Bonnie Goodman 



Business class becomes automated. 





Frank Krpicok 
William Liebal 
David McKelvey 




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BUSINESS 

Competence is a key word for success in a 
highly competitive business world. Euclid's new 
addition to the business department, the distributive 
education program, teaches the student competence 
outside the classroom as well as in. Now, business 
students can gain practical experience in a part- 
time job, and on the same day attend classes cover- 
ing such subjects as sales promotion, retail mer- 
chandising, and store organization. Cooperation 
between student, employer and the teacher-coordi- 
nator helps the student employee discover his weak- 
nesses and work to improve them. 




William Saul Charles Sawyer Wilmer Schuster 



Delmor Smith Delores Tocco Carol Williams 



Modern methods enable the individual 
to progress at his own rate. 



Mr. Delmar Smith, Department Chairman. 






Backseat drivers wait their turn. 



Mr. Fred Vollman, Department Chairman. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

There is among men a love for 
building, for constructing something 
real and tangible from raw materials, 
for making a well-ordered structure 
from chaos, for repairing that which 
is broken. Boys participating in in- 
dustrial arts find reality and order in 
blocks of wood, sheets of metal, nails, 
and lines put on paper in a mechan- 
ical drawing class. In the different 
shops, boards become cabinets, met- 
al is shaped into furniture, a faulty 
engine is repaired to run smoothly, 
and dark letters form words on white 
paper where there were no words 
before. 




DRIVING 

Driving is a class which requires continual alert- 
ness and concentration, one which will not tolerate 
a wandering mind, a daydream. From memoriza- 
tion of rules and parts to application of his newly 
acquired knowledge, the student progresses, condi- 
tioning his reflexes and learning his capabilities. 




Ronald Chambers Harold Dougherty Clarence Eckert 
James Lawrence Robert McLaughlin Embert Martin 



Aloysius Galicki 
Herbert Nold 



Richard Hungerford 
James Stanley 



To the boys in the auto shop, the grease and grime under the hood is more fascinating 
than the shiny exterior. 






His text is his own ideas. 



A variety of artistic talent was displayed at Open House. 



Gertrude Hoeger Ted Ttieodore 




ART 

Since the objective of a high school art course 
is to develop talent and individual expression, the 
student must be prepared to cope v/ith a different 
mode of education. His text is his ov/n ideas, his 
pen a brush, and his material a set of paints. In his 
work there is relaxation and real interest; he is the 
force behind the plan, a plan open to change, open 
to contrast, open to color. 





Just practicing. 



Students prepare one of the many delectable dishes created in the cooking 
class — apple strudel. 





Mrs. Kathryn Frye, Department Chairman. 



Kathryn Frye 
Carol Petvai 
Marion Thomas 



Vinita O'Donne 
Julia Smith 



HOME ARTS 

It is considered in poor taste for a student to 
display his "A" English composition by wearing it 
pinned on his back. This is obvious. However, the 
home arts student has a unique advantage over the 
English student, for she can wear, and in good taste, 
the results of her achievements. Well-made, care- 
fully fitted clothes are her reward. But this is only 
her immediate reward, for the home arts student can 
look forward to establishing her own home, sewing 
and cooking for her own children, utilizing the expe- 
rience she has gained in high school. 







Robert Addis Charles Asher 

Donald Mohr Marilyn Reiff 

Howard Reminick Victor Resch 

Gretchen Schwegler Edward Tekieli 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

September brought a return to 
books and studies, and also to sports 
and phys. ed. classes. Girls adjusted 
to their new teachers, and boys 
underwent regulation, even to new 
matching shirts, but alternate com- 
plaints and enthusiasm assured us 
that otherwise all was normal. As in 
the past, we twisted ourselves on 
parallel bars, forgot the rules when 
the score was 15-14, and afterwards 
made frantic two-step dashes up the 
down stairway to another class. 



Arlene Carter Sandra Driscoll Phyllis Modie 



Trampoline puts a bounce in school life. 





Dale Harper Sam Taylor 




Mr. Harper guides the orchestra with some good-natured 
advice. 



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MUSIC 

Music breaks the monotony of a routine day. In 
a music class the student responds differently than 
in any other class. His response is one of the emo- 
tions rather than the intellect, feeling instead of 
reason. Thus, the music class is more than an exer- 
cise in sound; it is the perceiving of a different mode 
of expression. 




VOCATIONAL COORDINATOR 

The new position of vocational coordinator, a 
post created to help students secure part time jobs, 
was filled by Mr. Robert Yocum. As coordinator, his 
work is to match the student's abilities with the re- 
quirements of the job, thus proving helpful to both 
employer and employee. 




Mr. Yocum, friend of the unemployed. 



ADJUSTED CURRICULUM 
The Adjusted Curriculum classes 
help the student with the practical 
rather than the theoretical side of 
academics. He is provided with skills 
adaptable outside the classroom 
which will be particularly beneficial 
after graduation. Mr. Lewis and Mr. 
Fowler, with the cooperation of Mr. 
Yokum, aid the student in securing a 
job which will put to use the knowl- 
edge he has acquired in class. 



Frank Fowler Charles Lewis 



Phillip Koziera operates the office thermo-fax machine, putting to us 
the skill he acquired in class. 





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LIBRARIANS: (L to R) Mrs. Cell Schearer, Mrs. Edith Mueller, Mrs. Penny Kadlec, Miss 
NAildred Dorr, Mrs. Mary Fancher, Mrs. June McCormack, Mrs. Jessamine Hazel. 



Mrs. Helen Wise, Mrs. Yolonda Kozlowski. 



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First Row: (L to R) Rose Sbrocco (Trogllo), Laura Griffith (Main), June Edwardsen (Miller), Madelon Stein 

(Wiley). 

Second Row: Ruth Cickavage (Griffin), Ann Herrick (Gillman), Donna Pinlar (Hunter), Marie O Neil (Bergem). 

Third Row: Jane Boyer (Sheafs), Margaret Maaswinkle (Yocum), Margaret Bending (Main), Lucille Terlep 

(Johns). 




Mrs. Graafmeyer, everybody's "Mom." 

E ROOM COORDINATOR 

Mrs. Graafmeyer earns the nickname "Mom" 
through her good-natured advice and her interest 
in the individual student. Her presence contributes 
to the friendly atmosphere of the E room, making it 
the most popular spot in the school. 

SCHOOL TREASURER 

isolated from the stream of student activity by 
a glass partition, Mr. Coatsworth, the school treas- 
urer, labors v/ith the tremendous task of balancing 
Euclid's books. Though most students know him only 
as the man behind a bus pass, his job is fundamental 
to the working of the school. 



SECRETARIES 

To Euclid's secretaries, the students are I.B.M. 
cards, names on a piece of paper, noise in the halls. 
To Euclid's students, the secretaries are those women 
behind desks, files, and typewriters. They represent 
a part of the school essential for proper function, 
and a part we scarcely know. Although they are 
usually busy, they always take time to answer a 
question, or to help us if they can. 

Mr. Coatsworth, man of many figures. 





KITCHEN AND MAINTENANCE STAFF 
The kitchen and maintenance staff at Euclid are 
often little recognized for the amount of work they 
do. Among many other duties, the flag is raised, 
the walks are shoveled, and the cafeteria is well 
organized due to their efforts. They are often the 
first to come and the last to leave, handling the 
many functional problems of our school. 



Assistant Jerome Gauser, Floorman Joseph Pollack, Custodian 
George Brewster. 




MAINTENANCE STAFF. First Row: (L to R): Mary Medvesek, Frances Morn, Mary Sedej, Rose Trivisonno, 
Rose Lavalley, Mary Mohne, Morgorela Lichtenberg. Second Row: Angela Konte, Polricia Clark, Rose 
Brancelry, Margaret Chaney, Eugenio lacovetta, Anna Geomeio, Walter Mills, Rudolph Hoffert, Louie 
DeMore. 



KITCHEN STAFF. First Row: (L to R); Margaret Bitzer, Anne Edkenrode, Jeanette Youngberg, Jean Skolaris, 
Violet Janitz, Ida Sondberg, Margaret Caine, Katherine Bauer, Helen Chudzik, Mrs. Zimmerman. Second 
Row: Mary Dondrec, Betty Ttiomas, Clara Douglass, Mary Bruel, Luella Stroke, Mary Pesec, Frances Colbert. 




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UNDERCLASS 

Every locker looks the same to a sophomore. His first day at 

E.H.S. is unfamiliar and confusing. As he walks along the vast, 
prison-like corridor, people dart out at him from the walls and 
vanish back into them. In his first class his teacher asks, "Are there 
any questions about the school?" Either timidness or bewilder- 
ment prevents him from raising his hand. But in time strangeness 
fades to familiarity. He recognizes his locker by the paper stick- 
ing out at the top, and by the familiar scratches on it. He has been 
to the E-Room, bought a season's pass, joined World Affairs, and, 
in general, established himself as a member of E.H.S. The year 
ends; another begins. As a junior he returns with new prestige. He 
finds his assigned locker without difficulty, and he strolls through 
the hall, certain he can find his destination in the allotted five 
minutes. At first the changes in the school routine caused by the 
ten-period day perplex him. But soon, his equilibrium restored, 
he relaxes in the familiar surroundings, even daring to wander 
into the halls without a hall pass. He settles into the routine of the 
school day, and he finds security in the same old lockers, and last 
year's unmended cracks. 





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SPORTS 

As teachers patrolled the halls and lunch periods were divided, 
only the athlete's realm seemed unaffected by the new order. Yet 
his world was not without alteration, for it has always been created 
from a progression of changes. 

The season opens, and the boys are numbers on a list, inex- 
perienced, but hopeful. The coaches impose a rigorous program 
of training. Some boys can take it; others won't. As these individ- 
uals grow in ability and efficiency, a kind of emotional glue binds 
them together. Individual importance changes to team impor- 
tance. A unity is formed from the pressure of a close match, or a 
strong desire to win. Victory and defeat become common prop- 
erty, meaningful to all. A successful play on the part of one mem- 
ber arouses pride in the others. A block has been formed to meet 
the opponent, and the acquired skills have become part of a 
framework designed to score. 

Friday marks the test, and Euclid becomes aware of the sport. 
The athlete earns confidence and recognition. He is able to look 
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VARSITY FOOIBALL lEAM. Firsi Row (L to R); Manager John Benner, Bill 
Yonchar, Bill Penny, Bob Symonds, Tom Gllllolll, Jack Reichenbach, Ed Pesec, 
Joe Urbanick, Jon Schroeter, John Sustersic, Mike Weber. Second Row; 
Bill Gant, Steve Watson, Bob Coode, Rick Subel, Tom Aljancic, Dennis Malko, 
Ron Herbst, Keitti Bailey, Monager Jim Kane, Ed Fitzgerold, Bob Clasen, Tom 
Kirchner. Third Row; Gary Riedel, Jim Dodante, Dale Garris, Rick Kodunc, 



Dale Greggorin, Ed Tekanck, Al Tolchinsky, Randy Ehinger, Dave Benner, 
Bill Fier, Ken Thomas. Fourth Row: Rick Everstine, Dick Zawack, Jim Hough, 
Frank Sajovic, Ken Kapley, Ken Girod, Jim Miller, Ed Bugos, Nick Koczur, 
Bill Johnson. Fifth Row; Howard Price, Dennis Sustarsic, Bob Plescio, Dave 
Weber, Mike Kekic, Glenn tewell, Wayne Kuklo, Jim Pietro, Terry Morgon. 



It takes more than two to keep Schroeter down. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES 



Euclid 6 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 8 

Euclid 20 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 

Wins 4 



Garfield Heights .. .14 

Collinwood 1 4 

Parma 6 

Cleveland Heights .. 8 

Shaw 14 

Shaker 

Brush 22 

Valley Forge 6 

Lakewood 6 

St. Joseph 20 

Losses 6 




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Football: set jaws on determined faces, massive 
crowds overflowing the grandstands, mud-dirty uni- 
forms, couples snuggling under blankets to keep 
warm. Two teams, bound in tense inaction, await 
the snap to the quarterback: Hike! A static picture 
explodes in the kaleidoscopic action of a complex 
play. Football: a cheer; a girl crying. It effects 
people magically; it is a tenseness, an enthusiasm. 
We spell it S-P-l-R-l-T. 





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Clap your hands! Splash your feet! 
Euclid, Euclid, can't be beat! 



Football puts man against man. Individual as well as tear 
ability is tested. 



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SUBSTITUTE MAJORETTES. (L to R): Cindy Shields, Cindy Reba, Marie Ruth, Kathy Tyler, 
Kim Hashogen, Janie Schulte. 



MAJORETTES. First Row (L to R): Mary Ann Minnillo, Karen Skalski, Jan Smeker, Nancy Yeray, Joan 
Pureber, Char Ritz. Second Row; Karen Henderson, Diane Day, Head Majorettes Donna Kobe end Bobbi2 
Skeivis, Norma Smith, Jane Stahl. 





MAJORETTES 

Majorettes once took a gamble, 
and won. Eighteen girls risked many 
hours of practice without the assur- 
ance of achieving their goal, a place 
on the majorette squad. But their 
work was rewarded. As they led the 
band in visual harmony, theirs was 
the praise of the entire school. They 
had become the envy and the inspira- 
tion of many underclass girls who 
hoped to follow their footsteps in the 
year to come. 



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endurance of rugged practice and 
rigid training rules are rewarded with 
little recognition by the student body. 
But the Kitten doesn't expect recog- 
nition. He knows his job is primarily 
one of preparation for a future which 
holds the hope of a more glittering 
role as the varsity player. 





J. V. CHEERLEADERS. First Row: Darlene Gortz. Second Row: (L to R) Sandy Schwobou 
Mary Ellen Kuctiarski. Ttiird Row: Marsha Hodakievic, Jill Haddock, Cecilia Rinoldi. 



Fight the team across the field. 




J.V. FOOTBALL SCORES 

Euclid 6 Garfield Heights.. .30 

Euclid 8 Wickliffe 

Euclid 14 St. Joseph 30 

Euclid 20 Parma 26 

Euclid 14 Cleveland Heights 24 

Euclid 24 Shaw 16 

Euclid 16 Shaker 12 

Euclid 12 Brush 

Euclid Valley Forge 24 

Euclid 12 Lakewood 6 

Wins 5 Losses 5 




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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. First Row: (L to R) Dove Holcombe, Jotin 
Gadish, Bruce Murray, Glen Tewell, Joe Nemeth, Preston Sumingut, Jim 
Lewis, Jim Beran. Second Row: Frank Simcic, Al Olgiate, Paul Beckwith, 
Rollin Yanchor, Dan Hoffman, Wayne Storkey, Bill Cothcort, Craig Voll. 
Third Row: Richard Novak, Dale Gorris, Guy larussi, Mike Corrigon, Gordon 



Kimberley, Joe Lorak, Gary Wohlgemuth, Jerry Kirc 
Hynes, Pete Anthony, Jeff Hoinski, Tom Troha, Tom Dr 
Jake Koss, Joe Welch. Fifth Row: Dennis Milavec, Jii 
John McRedmond, Bill Johnson, Dove Welch, Don Mille 



ler. Fourth Row; Ed 
nmond, Fred Dugoch, 
Fischer, Jerry Bensi, 
Sixth Row: Mr. Ross. 






Denny Matko wouldn't try to influence voters, or would he? 

THE HOMECOMING COURT ON DISPLAY. (L to R): Ted Coble, Bill Beacham, Betty 
Johnson, Sue Anderson, Barb Tercek, Connie Keller, Penny Wolf, Martha Lybarger, 
Rick Creveling, Larry Stapleton, Greg Dane. 



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Euclid's first homecoming by daylight lost none of the tradition. 



Nominees await school's decision. 




HOMECOMING 

Preparation for Homecoming involved more than 
cornering that special person for a date. From the 
beginning of September, boys curtailed their reck- 
less spending, and girls eyed dress displays, hoping. 

Finally it was "the weekend." Rising flames of 
Friday's bonfire kindled the already high spirits and 
on Saturday afternoon, in an explosion of cheers, 
the Panthers struggled with the Shaker Raiders. 
Soon the victory bell pealed loudly across the field, 
and girls hurried to keep appointments with their 
hairdressers. That night, couples danced among 
cacti, and the queen on a ranch-type throne reigned 
"Under Western Skies." 





Connie Keller, Homecoming Queen, 1963. 



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Sue Anderson, First Senior Attendant. 



Penny Wolf, Second Senior Attendant. 



Betty Johnson, Junior Attendant. 



Martha Lybarger, Sophomore Attendant. 







Bicycling in the air precedes . 



. down-to-earth practice. 



CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. First Row (L to R): Wayne Gould, Bruce King, Bob 
Radwanick, Jim Leppert, Terry Fritch, Ted Gasser, Tom Halbedel, Ken Lucci, 
Al Tolwoy, Al Paolo. Second Row: Ray Sweigert, Rich Almosy, Don Klann, 
Tony Rossi, Jerry Kish, Tony Lacofano, Dave Lorence, Tom Schultheis, Dave 
McKee, Jim Struna, Tom Wickizer, Don Disontis, Bob Warren, Larry Franko, 
Greg Goodyear. Ttiird Row: Ken Mance, Ron Disantis, Bill Bailey, Chris 
Pinkney, Jim Turpin, Don Lucci, Darrel Trebec, Dave Libman, Larry Wright, 



Rich Collins, Jeff Kish, Rich Lewis, Jim Blonkschaen. Fourth Row: Rick 
Peterson, Al Strohen, Don Medved, John Lamb, Ron Zimmerman, Mike 
Kopach, Dove Swaddel, Ed Zawack, Bill Hagstrand, Bruce Jones, Jim Ullestad, 
Don Hathaway, Jim Pietro. Fifth Row: Roger Brezec, Rich Graham, Tom 
Bornhort, Bob Lucci, Ken Kopley, Bill Renninger, Ray Frank, Den Cebul, Jeff 
Fryer, John Palmer, Dove Krai, John Doherty. 




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CROSS COUNTRY SCORES 



Euclid 20 

Euclid 21 



Euclid 18 

Euclid..... 15 

Euclid 15 

Euclid 33 

Euclid 28 

Euclid 26 



Parma -... 40 

West Tech 119 

St. Joe 52 

East Lake North 58 

Cleveland Heights.... 40 

Shaw 50 

Shaker 48 

Brush 22 

Valley Forge 27 

Lakewood 30 



Coach Thompson, Captain Ted Gasser, Coach Theodofi 





Exhaustion completes the race. 



CROSS COUNTRY 

The air is heavy v/ith tension and a 
smell of wintergreen. Suddenly a 
shot echoes, and the runners are 
transformed. They no longer seem 
solid and bound to the cinders. Di- 
mensionless projectiles of momentum 
stretch on snake-like ribbons betv/een 
the trees. Then the spell is broken. 
Human strength had been pushed to 
super-human limits. Gasping, ex- 
hausted, the lead man crosses the 
line. 




TRACK. First Row (L to R): Bruce Jones, Dove Vrh, Rich Lokatosh, Roger Brezec, Ted Gasser, Tony locofano, 
Chris Pinkney, Jim Dadante, Lorry Fronko. Second Row: Wayne Gould, Joe Stih, Bob Gale, Ron Sarstedt, 
John Norton, Jim Miller, Calvin Packard, Tom Bornhort. Third Row: Bob Lucci, Bill Renninger, Ed Zovack, 
Ken Kapley, Jim Blonkschoen, Don Lucci, Jeff Kish, Greg Pike. Fourth Row: Tim Ullom, Bob Warren, Jim 
Struna, Bruce King, Dan Hoffman, Rich Kaczur, Dave Lorence. Fifth Row: Tom Halbedel, Don Medved, 
Lorry Wright, Tom Jacavino, Captain Bill Bailey, Greg Goodyear. 



I'll huff and I'll puff. 



TRACK 

Run, Bill, run. Run fast, Bill. See 
Bill run. Jump up. Bob. See Bob 
jump. Jump, jump, jump. See John. 
John works hard. See John put the 
shot. Put, put, put. With such simple 
formulas as these and hours of gruel- 
ing practice, Euclid's track team won, 
and won, and won. 



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Euclid 45 St. Joseph 42 

Euclid 65 Glenville 27 

Euclid 44-1/2 John Marshall ...51-1/2 

Euclid 33-2/3 East Tech 58-1/3 

Euclid 84-1/3 Midpark 7-2/3 

Euclid 51-1/3 Collinwood 40-2/3 

Euclid 65-1/2 Valley Forge 26-1/2 

Euclid 85 Benedictine 7 

Euclid 56 East Tech 36 

Euclid 72-1/6 Shaker 19-5/6 

Season incomplete at time of printing. 




Left lo Right: Coach Thompson, Coach Schuster, Captain Bill Bailey, Coach 
Theodore. 



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my kid brother along. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 



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Garfield Heights 46 

Shaw 53 

Parma 57 

Lakewood 62 

Heights 43 

Shaker 74 

St. Joseph 59 

Brush 53 

Valley Forge 47 

Akron-Garfield 102 

Valley Forge 52 

Shaw - 46 

Parma 56 

Lakewood 78 

Heights 39 

Shaker 51 

Newark 48 

Brush 58 

Wins 6 Losses 12 
Sectional Tournaments 

Euclid 84 Kenston 29 

Euclid ...39 Eastlake North 38 

Euclid 48 East High 75 




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BASKETBALL 

For every sport, a new life begins 
with each season. A sport does not 
live entirely in the playing of the 
game. However, each contest is an 
important event in its life, an event 
that provokes joy, sadness, or shame. 

The Panthers' '64 basketball sea- 
son was born optimistically under the 
sign of victory. However, this victory 
over Shaw was not a trustworthy 
omen, for defeat followed closely. 
Despite Rick Creveling's outstanding 
performance, including his record- 
breaking 49 points against Kenston, 
and the team's victory in their first 
two games in District competition, 
Euclid's basketball season ended its 
life in defeat. With a record of eight 
wins and thirteen losses, basketball 
went into dormancy at Euclid. Per- 
haps, when it begins life again, more 
consistently favorable fortune will ac- 
company it. 



NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. First Row (L to R): Tom Halbedel, Chris Pinkney, Bill 
Beochom, Rick Korosh. SeconcJ Row: Jack Ambrose, Bill Renninger, George Mortinsen, Bob Usolis, Rich 
Collins. Third Row; Tom Gilliotti, Joe Urbanick, John Morton, Hans Pesch, Jim Blankschaen, Mr. Schuster. 
Not pictured: Rick Creveling, Greg Dane, Dave Garland, Jim Leppert, Jim Martucci, Dennis Thayer, Craig 
Vernick. 




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I wonder if we'll win, Macks? 



Gee, I wish I could shoot like that. 



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Well, Doc, do you think we can win? 



Play nice, or I'll take my ball and go home. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

Summer evenings are hot, long and linger- 
ing. The park on a summer evening brings 
the sound of a small v/hite tennis ball against 
a large green board and animated shouts 
of an over-crowded basketball court. Sum- 
mer evenings mean pony league games, sail- 
boats in the pond, and a tired group of 
swimmers. Euclid High is a part of the scen- 
ery, and behind its large frame, away from 
the general activity, more sounds can be 
heard. They are voices that shout, "Blue and 
Gold" and "Victory is our cry." They are 
cheerleaders and girls hoping to become 
cheerleaders. They are winter's spirit in 
summer practice and a part of the Panther 
pride. Originating as sound in the park, the 
voices grow stronger as the various sports 
come alive and ability is challenged. 



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EERLEADING SUBSTITUTES. Kneeling, 
da Roberts, standing. Sue Struna. 




Linda Fox 



Marian Hunt 




Holly Lucas 

Anita Habian 





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J.V. CHEERLEADERS. (L to R): Darlene Gortz, Sharon Thorp, Cecilia Rinoldi, Marsha Hodokievic, 
Jill Haddock, Barb Bohinc. 



Coach Tekieli, Captain Jim Lewis. 



Cagers overcome human hurdles. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 
in the shade cast by the popularity 
of the varsity team, the J.V. basket- 
ball team sprouted and grew in the 
absence of roaring cheers and the 
gaze of huge crowds. Great recog- 
nition is not necessary for sturdy de- 
velopment and quality, a fact proved 
by the J.V. team's record — ten wins 
and eight losses. 





J.V. BASKETBALL. (L to R): George Vronekovic, Gordon Kimberly, Steve Drotleff, Dennis Lefond, Mike 
Corrigan, Jeff Howinski, Ron Schroeder, Glenn Forsythe, Don Woodruff, Rollin Yonchor, Jim Lewis, Jotin 
McRedmond, Preston Suminguit. 



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J.V. BASKETBALL SCORES 



Euclid 47 

Euclid 30 

Euclid 39 

Euclid 52 

Euclid 45 

Euclid 42 

Euclid 46 

Euclid 57 

Euclid 64 

Euclid 41 

Euclid 42 

Euclid 47 

Euclid 47 

Euclid 53 

Euclid 52 

Euclid 54 

Euclid 43 

Euclid 46 

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Garfield Heights 42 

Shaw 34 

Parma 49 

Lakewood 48 

Heights 36 

Shaker 57 

St. Joseph 52 

Brush - 32 

Akron-Garfield 33 

Valley Forge 55 

Shaw 43 

Parma 38 

Lakewood 46 

Heights 44 

Shaker 42 

Newark .64 

Brush 32 

Valley Forge 52 

slO Losses 8 



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BOWLING 

There are ten pins at the end of a bowling alley. 
A beginner's skill at knocking down these pins can 
be attributed to luck for he achieves strikes and 
gutter balls, one right after the other. For the pro- 
ficient bowler, strikes are not a matter of luck, and 
gutter balls are not easily endured. The perfect 
frame must come frequently if the opponent is to 
be defeated. 

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BOWLING TEAM. Back (L to R): Marty Zifko, Gary Love, Ted Bending. 
Front: Joe Ivanko, Ken Coleman, Tom Plickert. 



TENNIS SCORES 



Euclid 1 

Euclid 1 

Euclid 3 

Euclid 3 

Euclid 3 

Euclid 1 

Euclid 4 

Third Place in L.E.L. 



Parma 4 

Cleveland Heights 4 

Shaw - 2 

Shaker 2 

Brush 2 

Valley Forge 4 

Lakewood 1 



Wins 4 Losses 3 



TENNIS 

A tennis court appears small until, within its 
bounds, one has the traumatic experience of chasing 
after a little white ball. Only then can proper respect 
be given to the tennis team whose members have 
conquered both the size of the court and the elusive 
ball. Although admiration for their skill and for the 
hours they spend in practice is highly deserved, the 
team itself was disappointed with the results of the 
1963 fall season. They finished third in the L.E.L. 
with a record of four wins and three losses. Coach 
Nold felt that the team had great potential which 
was not realized, and he looked forward to a more 
promising spring season. 




BOWLING AVERAGES 

Joe Ivanko 183 

Tom Plickert 176 

Ted Bending 165 

Marty Zifko ..165 

Ken Coleman 163 

John Sas 160 

Gary Love 159 



It looks like a strike! 



TENNIS TEAM. First Row (L to R): Mike Vandeveer, Bob Greene, John Crawford, Bob Nol^aji, Bill Vodnal. 
Second Row: Ed Rocich, Al Smith, Ken Rosenthal, Ken Vandeveer, Fred Mills, Coach Nold. Third Row: Alan 
Yacos, Glenn Forsythe, Dave Garland, Dennis Lefond, Rick Creveling, George Martinsen. 




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VARSITY WRESTLING. First Row (L to R): Bob Wicks, Bob Malinok, Don DiSantis, Tom Wickizer, Jeff Fryer, 
Bob Minor. Second Row: Ken Monce, Dennis Thayer, Carl Jernejcic, Jim Marlucci, Ron Karash, Bill Cath- 
cart, Robert Radwanick. Third Row- John Sustersic, Joe Setina, Hans Pesch, John Wertenberger, Ron 
Hrovat, Jim Campbell. Fourth Row: Ted Knop, Bob Closen, Joe Nemeth, Bill Yonchor, Mike Lavigna, Al 
Tolchinsky, Grant keeper. Jack Ambrose. 



Up and over from down and under. 





Co-Captain Dennis Thayer, Coach Eclcert, Co-Captain John Sustersic, 

WRESTLING 

Wrestling is a very rewarding sport for well- 
muscled and coordinated physics students, for a 
sound body and a healthy knowledge of the hws 
of leverage and their applications in this field postu- 
lates almost certain victory. Unfortunately, Euclid's 
team of mat scientists accumulated a sufficient 
amount of experimental error to place them third in 
L.E.L. competition, but, this error corrected, the team 
completed its season as District Champions. 

VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES 



Euclid... 


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Garfield Heights ... 


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Euclid... 


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Berea 


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Eastlake North 


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Huron 


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Euclid.... 


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Valley Forge 


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Euclid.... 


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Shaw 


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Lakewood 


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Shaker 


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Mayfield 


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Parma 


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J.V. WRESTLING SCORES 

Euclid 29 Garfield Heights . ..12 

Euclid 31 Eastlake North 8 

Euclid 32 Brush 9 

Euclid 19 Valley Forge 19 

Euclid 28 Shaw 19 

Euclid 26 Lakewood 13 

Euclid 39 Heights 8 

Euclid 22 Shaker 19 

Euclid 27 Mayfield .15 

Euclid 11 Parma 30 

Euclid 34 Huron 8 

Wins 9 Losses 1 
Ties 1 




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O. K., I'll say Uncle! 





J.V. WRESTLING. First Row (L lo R); Randy Jordan, Ron Korash, Ken Bowen, Don DISanlis, Bob Radwonick, 
Bob Minor. Second Row; Bill Calhcorl, Bill Fier, Joe Nemeth, Tom Kirchner, Jerry Kirchner, Bruce Baum- 
gardt, Cooch Reminick. 



Co-Caplain Randy Jordan, Coach Reminick, Co-Captain Bill Cothc 




J.V. WRESTLING 

A J.V. wrestler is a rather unusual 
kitten. Although he follows in the 
varsity shadow of a Panther, he is 
nonetheless ferocious and deter- 
mined. He learns from watching, and 
by combining both body and mind for 
quick, forceful action, he prepares 
and conditions his skill. The J.V. mat, 
although it is second place to the 
spectator, is often the scene of stam- 
ina rewarded with a triumphant pin. 



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VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM. First Row (L to R): George Carter, Tom Brennan, Ken Miller, Craig Vernick, 
Gary Zola. Second Row: Ernie Szobo, Bob Nokaji, Tony Roberts, Ken Vondeveer, John Kovach. Third Row: 
Chuck Andrus, Neal V/ode, Jim Sanker, Mike Vondeveer, Bill Sweeney, Ted Goble. 



The relay: one of Euclid's assets. 



Sitting: Co-Captain Tom Brennan. Standing: Co-Captain Ted Goble 






VARSITY SWI/vyMING 

Skimming across the Caerulean 
deep of the swimming pool, Euclid's 
Leanders splashed their way to a 
5-1 1 record. Neither a deus ex ma- 
china nor the will of the implacable 
Fates was responsible for their vic- 
tory. Rather, confidence and skill, 
gained from many hours of training, 
plus a bit of team spirit proved their 
worth in races won and near-perfect 
dives. 



Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. 



Pre-competition jitters. 



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Euclid... 


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Lakewood .. 


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Euclid... 


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Gilmour 


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Euclid... 


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University .. 


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Euclid... 


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Berea 


...50 


Euclid... 


28 


Shaker 


...67 


Euclid... 


66 


Brush 


...22 


Euclid... 


41 


Shaw 


.. .54 


Euclid... 


41 


Heights 


...52 


Euclid... 


61 


W.R.A 


...34 


Euclid... 


36 


Lakewood . 


...59 


Euclid... 


44 


Midpark ... 


....51 


Euclid... 


41 


Shaker 


...53 


Euclid... 


65 


Brush 


...30 


Euclid... 


35 


Shaw 


...66 


Euclid... 


36 


Fairview .... 


...59 




Wins 5 


Losses 1 1 






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Kent Relays 7th 






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JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING 
Junior Varsity Swimming is the pre- 
lude to the coming years of keen com- 
petition. The many hours of drill 
bring about increased coordination 
and endurance. A dive is perfected, 
a stroke is strengthened, a turn is 
smoothed, stamina is increased . . . 



'I wonder how cold the water is?' 



J.V. SWIMMING. First Row (L lo R): Dennis Sutton, Edward Mauser, Walter Ruuska, Jolin 
McKiernon, Lorry Cotton. Second Row: William Kentner, Ronald Poles, Todd Winder, Raymond 
Prezlak, Dennis Milavec. 



J.V. SWIMMING SCORES 



Euclid 36 

Euclid 20 

Euclid 16 

Euclid 18 

Euclid...- 44 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 25 

Euclid 32 

Euclid 27 

Euclid 41 

Euclid 26 

Euclid 29 

Euclid 29 

Wins 2 



Heights 54 

Lakewood 75 

Berea 68 

Shaker 75 

Brush 34 

Shaw 74 

Heights 66 

W.R.A 60 

Lakewood 66 

Midpark 35 

Shaker 65 

Shaw 66 

Fairview 64 

Losses 1 1 




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Char Ritz, First Senior Attendant. 



Sandy Williams, Second Senior Attendant. 



Jane Stahl, Junior Attendant. 



Pat Friedman, Sophomore Attendant. 






Cim Hashagen, Winter Festival Queen, 1964. 



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ACTIVITIES 




The characteristics of the different species of club members 
are diverse and interesting. Some run wildly through the halls, 
slapping posters on the walls; some pass out spirit; some are 
quiet and thoughtful; some are bored. Others make loud noises 
and giggle; a few clack on typewriters for money. Some sit and 
listen, while many give helpful advice. One makes speeches; a 
few prepare programs for computers. Some of the more well- 
rounded club participants have many of these characteristics. For 
instance, after sitting quietly listening, one member collects 
money, debates, develops pictures, makes noises, giggles, and 
plays chess. 

These diverse activities promote diverse interests, and Euclid 
High boasts an extra-curricular activities program which covers 
almost every field of student interest. These clubs represent the 
"other half" of school life and offer a pleasant ending to a reg- 
ulated daily schedule. 

This year the student has been confronted with new oppor- 
tunities and difficulties. The advent of the Ski Club, the Political 
Affairs Club, and the Varsity Bowl Team has permitted him even 
more versatility, but the split schedule conversely has hindered 
his club activity. In some cases, club membership decreased, and 
it was realized that, more than ever before, activities required 
interesting programs and wide-spread publicity for success. 

In spite of the problems the new year brought, students did 
not cease to participate in this other side of E.H.S. As always, 
they hurried to meet deadlines, gave hours for various causes, 
and made friends through common interests. 








E-ROOM 

Our E-Room was built six years 
ago, and still remains as beautiful as 
it was in the beginning. A deserted 
E-Room is an uncommon sight to Eu- 
clid High students, but it effectively 
displays the room's size and spa- 
ciousness. 



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E-ROOM 

As the center of Euclid's social life, 
the E-Room holds for many the re- 
membrance of happiness as well as 
sorrow. Here is the setting of some 
of high school's fondest memories, a 
first homecoming, the Senior Prom, a 
coke after school. Here, also, many 
remember the sorrow felt in a dis- 
illusioning date, or an evening when 
that special person showed up with 
someone else. But for more than all 
these things, the E-Room is remem- 
bered by the alumni as the friendliest 
place in the school. 




No, Dr. Bergem, my son wouldn't do anything like that! 



Last-minute crammers. 




This is for the boys in the front office. 








They say the Indians got rain this way. 



That distinguished E-Room style. 







John Lehr 



Mr. Don Eisen 
Carol Peterson 



Chuck Hurwitch 




HAIL THE MIGHTY AND GLORIOUS EUCLIDIAN. 
Jan Howell 



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Vicki Regalbuto 



Sharon Evans 




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Sandy Williams 



EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF 

Most high school students use 
money chiefly as a pass through the 
lunch line or the means for a Satur- 
day night date. This was not the case 
for Euclidian Business Staff members 
because theirs was the responsibility 
of financing one of the biggest busi- 
ness transactions in the school. They 
collected money from students, 
worked at the concessions stands, 
handled underclass pictures, and sold 
ads in the community. The staff mem- 
bers gained practical experience in 
the business world, while the school 
received a yearbook of quality. 




AD STAFF. First Row (L to R); Char Ritz, Laun 
Judy Strousbaugh, Kothy Ulle, Sue Stanley. Thi 
Fcurtli Row: Tom Walters, Ted Goble, Doug De 



I Wlttine, Linda Miller. Second Row: Paul Bright, 
-d Row: Henry Spolar, Dan Bentley, Judy Urankar. 
tnian. Fiftti Row: Rich Creveling, Greg Dane. 




linda Miller 



Michele Breskvar 
Tom Walters 






Judy Frustere 
LaVonne Siegel 





EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF. First Row (L lo R): Donna Beechuk, Gerri Urbancic, Sue 
Cochran, Linda Miller, Sue Baker. Second Row: Jon Scribner, Marion Wasendo, Linda 
Smink, Sharon McGill, Ellen Brigden, Michele Breskvar, Mary Lou Strekal, Joyce Yerty. 
Third Row: Tom Walters, Gary Reed, Bonnie Budas, LaVonne Seigel, Karen Weseli, 
Chuck Mallue, Paul Debevec. 




Mr. Clayton D. George 



Judy Strausbaugh 




Paul Debevec 
Mr. Otto Santos 




Bonnie Budas 





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THE SURVEY 

Editors-in-Chief Ken Barta, Susan Blatnik 

News Editor Edna Hones 

Feature Editor Janice Orehei< 

Sports Editor Colin Murdoch 

Copy Editor Barb Hille 

Staff Editor Kathy Korosec 

Senior Photographer John Fleshin 

Art Editors Mary Lynn Paganie 

Nikki Phillips 
Vari-typists Eloise Haynes, Cheryl Lofgren 

Business 

Business Manager . Norm Stewart 

Advertising Manager Rick Karash 

Circulation Manager Ellen Wehrle 

Advisors 

Editorial Mr. Granville Smith 

Printing Mr. Al Galicki 

Business Mr. Edmond Mize 



Co-Editors Sue Blatnik and Ken Barta check Survey dummy sheets. 



SURVEY REPORTERS. First Row (L to R): Cheryl Lofgren, Borb Spring, Leslie Long, Cheryl Crodis, Eloise 
Haynes, Pot Redding. Second Row: Kofhy Courter, Sue Smith, Gary Ely, Rick Karosh, Greg Harper, Rich 
Miller, Chris Pinkney. 





SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF. First Row (L to R); Colin Murdoch, Barb Hille, Ken Borto, Nick Perencevich, 
Mr, Smith, Advisor. Second Row: Sue Nelson, Kothy Korosec, Mary Lynn Pogonie, Janice Orehek, Carole 
Krapence, Edna Haynes, Linda Tomko, John Fleshin. Third Row: Cheri Bartos, Eileen Arnold, Corel Diehl, 
Judy Hocevar. 



Survey learns to cut corners. 




SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF 
With the inauguration of the use 
of flo-sheets, the Survey Editorial 
Staff seemed to find itself organized 
for the first time. To be sure, there 
were still the usual songfests, scan- 
dals, and interior decorating 
schemes, but nevertheless, the Si;rvey 
managed to earn once again a rating 
of first in the National Scholastic and 
the Columbia Scholastic Press Associ- 
ations. Not at all vain because of 
their triumph, the Survey members 
continued their policy of peaceful co- 
existence with their pals, the Euclid- 
ian staff. 




SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF. 
Dave Wilder, Nancy Emse 
Steagler, Judy Craig, Laurc 
Marcia Steagler. 



First Row (L to R): Sharon Morse, Diane Yoger, Ellen Wehrle. Second Row.- 
■, Barb Hille, Dione Henderson, Pot Redding, Kalhy Butt. Ttiird Row: Cindy 
Ryder. Fourth Row: Norm Stewart, Donna Moretti, Kathy Emmert, Sue Warner, 



SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 

Don't ever let anyone say the '63-'64 Survey 
Business Staff wasn't busy. Any member will give 
an enthusiastic account of the time involved, the ads 
sold, and the problems encountered by circulation 
and distribution of the paper. Although extremely 
money-minded, the staff turned "editorial" during 
the week preceding all home games. Theirs was the 
task of publishing the sports programs, a feat ac- 
complished under the pressure of deadlines and 
hard work. With Mr. Mize giving advice and Norm 
Stewart directing assignments, the business staff 
always finished on schedule, with time remaining to 
plan new sales gimmicks or parties. 



128 




You can get anything with a credit card nowadays. 



Jan Orehek and Judy Hocevar size up the new off-set press. 




129 



SENIOR SCANDAL 

The Sen/or Scandal is not a work of art, an aes- 
thetic creation, or a nnemorial to the senior class. It 
is, as its name implies, a revelation of the many 
"scandals" boasted by the senior class. With each 
class trying to outdo the one before, the Scandal 
always discloses tales of the unusual and off-beat, 
proving itself good for a laugh and sometimes a bit 
of embarrassment. 




EUCUYO, 
Second Rov. 



rsl Row (L to R): Veronica Yager, Carol Rasmussen. 
Barb Herrschaft, Gary Bernstein, Sharon Papaiko, 



SENIOR SCANDAL. First Row (L to R): Jan Colon, Elaine Begaike, Barbara Robich, Rita Marthin. Second 
Row: Linda Roberts, Linda Fox, Ellen Wehrle, Norma Crone. Third Row; Sylvia Barconic, Sandy Davis, Judy 
Lilley, Gretchen Havreberg. Fourth Row: Ann Schultz, Carole Allen, June Novotny, Jean DiPuccio. 
Fifth Row: Judy Fruslere, Doris Young, Lynn Murphy, Sandy Lemm, Bonnie Budos, Mrs. Bockos. Sixth 
Row: Pot Kane, Connie Keller, Kim Hashogen, Bill Miller, Jon Schroeter, Jane Schulte, Louie Milozzollo, 
Ted Goble. 



130 





EUCUYO 

It is through the Eucuyo that students 
are able to vent their artistic frustra- 
tions. As Euclid's literary magazine, the 
Eucuyo is published in two issues each 
year. Euclid's answer to the Aflanfic, it 
encourages the development of creative 
writing. 

SPECTRUM 

Once again Spectrum experienced an over- 
whelming response to its call for interested students. 
Dedicated to the absorption of culture, the club con- 
tinued to foster its edifying activities. Beginning the 
year with an investigation of costume design. Spec- 
trum held its annual Halloween party. Its many later 
activities continued the Spectrum tradition of bring- 
ing culture to the multitude. 



Bev Hokomb, Barb Kruger, Ruth Seguin. Third Rov, 
Hohs, Leslie Long, Dennis Spate, Sue Horsey, Lionel Sn 



ith. 



SPECTRUM. First Row (L to R): Linda Smink, Laura Vahcic, Barb Hille, Carol Gabrenyo, Elaine Begalke. 
Second Row: Tom Slohre, Bob Slotz, Sally Beutell, Pom Scheurmon, Gayle Wilson. Third Row: Nora Piper, 
Mary Lou Strekol, Sue Stanley, Linda Kosunic, Barb Word. Fourth Row: Eileen Arnold, Donna Waterwosh, 
Judy Springer, Jean March, Kathy Hunter. Fifth Row: Ginny Somes, Sue Cochran, Nancy Linsley, Karen 
Weseli. Sixth Row: Linda Shemitz, Sherry Salisbury, Debbie Wallace, Carol Smith. Seventh Row: Nick 
Perencevich, Bob Rose, Bill Millar, Wayne Wiblin. Eighth Row: Karen MacDonald, Loni Prilleson, Joyce 
McKibben, Bonnie McArthur. 





When it comes to ballot counting, the Student Council Executive Board is just as curious as the student body. 

STUDENT COUNCIL. First Row (L to R): Char Hildebrand, Betty Johnson, Carol Peterson, Char Ritz, Jill 
Haddock, Roz Stuzen, Sharon Gerl, Tanya Kokal, Linda Jerse, Sherry Salisbury, Joanne Vyskocil, Barb 
Noson, Linda Crockett, Kathy Vernon. Second Row: Marge Reynolds, Tom Halbedel, Marilyn Mansperger, 
Doris Young, Sandy Williams, Kim Hashagen, Bobbie Rochkar, Edna Hones, Ann Schultz, Elaine Begaike, 
Marie Tancredi, Dorlene Lipovec, Priscilla Dickinson, Sandy Deere, Judy Rohrer. Third Row; Connie 
Keller, Eric Hertfelder, Rickie Hurlburt, Adele Swain, Linda Roberts, Linda Fox, Ellen Brigden, Hans Pesch, 
Ronald Korash, Chuck Cox, Donna Beechuk, Linnette Conley, Sandy Kessler. Fourth Row: Greg Dane, John 
Amos, Rick Karash, Nick Perencevich, Steve Barnett, Denny Motko, Denny Cebul, Tom Brennon, Ted Goble, 
Bill Miller, Barbara Bernlohr, Bill Millar. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Under the direction of Mr. Hoffert, Mr. Raice- 
vich, Miss Alexander, and President Greg Dane, the 
Student Council tackled both routine and new prob- 
lems. Homeroom representatives were replaced by 
division representatives, and committees designed 
for specific duties dominated the council. The execu- 
tive board, in particular, felt the responsibility of 
authority, filling ninth period meetings with ideas 
and plans that would influence the entire school. The 
students were informed of these plans by way of 
bulletin board, and sometimes, inaccurately, by ru- 
mor. Whether debating graduation procedure or 
creating a "Name the Dance" contest, the Student 
Council was a part representing the whole. 



STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD. First Row (L to R): 
Barbara Mills, Normo Crone. Second Row: Richard Karash, Tt 
Pesch, Tom Halbedel, Steve Barnett. 



Brigden, Sue Stanley, Rickie Hurlburt, 
!nnan, Dennis Matko, Greg Dane, Hons 



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The spirit behind the melody. 



INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 

The Euclid High bands are more 
than a collection of students who play 
instruments. They are models of 
esprit de corps. To sense this, one 
need only enter the bandroom, the 
second home of many band mem- 
bers. Here exists an atmosphere of 
amity among individuals whose only 
common interest may be music. 
Whether rehearsing a quintet, watch- 
ing girls, or playing keep away with 
a chosen victim's purse, this same 
spirit persists. Minutes later, a bell 
rings and Mr. Harper ascends the 
podium. Harmony of a different na- 
ture is heard in the bandroom. 




One of Euclid's many extra-curricular activities — 



If I keep tapping my foot, no one will know I'm not 
playing. 





the mock wedding. 



Band Sergeants Norbert Stewart, Rich Miller, and Paul Debevec. 




CONCERT BAND 



FLUTES: 

Diane Bryan 
Karen Heckert 
Carolyn Henry 
Marilyn Mansperge 
Judi Mervis 
Francis Ulle 
Barbara Ward 
Peggy Wittenmyer 
Gayle Wilson 

OBOES: 

Bill Baillie 
Kathy Hayes 
Judy Strousbaugh 

CLARINETS: 

John Amos 
Stuart Babin 
Rick Boldini 
Dennis Collidge 
Carol Diehl 
Nancy Emser 
John Fleshin 
Ronald Howard 
Kathy Hunter 
Mary Beth Kovoch 
Rita Marthin 
Richard Mosek 
Pom Scheurman 
Terry Skrjonc 
Sonja Skrlj 
Mary Lou Stelzer 
Ronald Surtz 
Kenneth Tiderman 
Jon Tuckerman 
David Zoller 
Kathleen Wossil 

ALTO 
CLARINETS: 

Caroline Reeves 

BASS 
CLARINETS: 

Sue Nelson 
Sue Reider 
Joyce Yerly 

ALTO 
SAXOPHONES: 

Chuck Mollue 
Tim Tryon 
Sandy Tucceri 
Tom Ehlert 

TENOR 
SAXOPHONES: 

Bob Prijatelj 
Joy Bammerlin 

BARITONE 
SAXOPHONES: 

Bill Hitty 



BASSOONS: 

Paul Debevec 
Jean March 
Sheryl Tucci 

CORNETS: 

Gregg Harper 
Kurt Hoffmeyer 
Tom Hollowoy 
Ronald Masek 
Richard Mosek 
Nick Perencevich 
Joel Sarich 
Dove Wilber 

FRENCH 
HORNS: 

Tom Allen 
John Armstrong 
Horry Deckman 
Patti Gingell 
Karen Guenther 
Carol Pulver 
Dave Schoser 
Carol Smith 

BARITONES: 

Joe Ivanko 
Ed Kuchling 
Tom Mitchel 
David Robb 

TROMBONES: 

Gory Love 
Wayne O'Neil 
Lee Pereksta 
Mark Steindler 
Earl Switalsky 

TUBAS: 

Fred Cooper 
John Komocar 
Werner Lindquist 
Bill Miller 
Norbert Stewart 



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PERCUSSION: 

Bruce Boumgorc 
Barbara Krippne 
Jim Kurrent 
Tom Pavlik 
Bill Vodnol 

TYMPANI: 

Dave Amos 

STRING 

BASS: 




ORCHESTRA. First Row (I to R): Judith Gasper, Cecilia Rinaldi, Sliaron Ttiarp, Lynn Fierle, Marcia Steagler, 
Diana Gliclt, Marcia Mamracit, Janice Smelter. Second Row: Down Kepets, Maureen Mahoney, Connee 
Ctiiodo, Jacqueline Brown, William Forsythe, Leslie Harris, Sharon Pylich, Emilia Picciano. Third Row: Greg- 
ory Harper, Gregory Sobile, David Pultorok, David Abrams, Wayne O'Neil, Elizabeth March, Susan Perko, 
Cynthia Steagler. Fourth Row: Colin Murdoch, Judith Strousbaugh, John Amos, Judith Mervis, Sandra 
Borgsteodt, Mary Stelzer, Carol Moffett, Jane Stahl, Kotherine Butt. Fifth Row: David Amos, James Kurrent, 
William Boillie. Standing: Mr. Harper, George Carter. 



Like talents combine for total effect. 



Coine blow your horn. 




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CADET BAND 




FLUTE: 

James Blankschaen 
Sandy Borgsteadt 
Anita Coblitz 
Priscilla Dickinson 
Betsy Gaydos 
Linda Hall 
Barbara Nason 
Carol Ostronder 
Carol SerKownik 
Marilyn Surtz 
Carol Wojcik 

CLARINET: 

Ken Aubel 
Diane Brule 
Louis Fioritto 
Ricliard Foctit 
Karen Hennie 
Ruth Hocevar 
Linda Hunter 
Mortin Kelley 
Jeffrey Kisti 
Darryt Kozel 
Paula Kuctiling 
Darlene Lipovec 
David McKee 
Darlene Morgan 



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Vicki Russell 
Linda Shemitz 
Trudy Tolar 
Judy Whitney 

ALTO 
CLARINET: 

Art Yerty 

BASS 
CLARINET: 

Michael Moore 

OBOE: 

Sally Beutell 
Sandy Eastabrook 
Steven Kay 
Cheryl Thomas 

BASSOON: 

Sharon Evans 
Jerry Kirchner 

ALTO 
SAXOPHONE: 

Don Abrahms 
Larry Anderson 



CHEVRON SOCIETY. First Row (L to R): Judy Mervis, Judy Strausbaugh, Franci 
Second Row: Greg Harper, John Amos, Ed Kuchling, Carolyn Henry. 



Jerry Kapsch 
Albert Miklavich 
Richard Kershaw 
Bob Rose 
Jack Strok 

TENOR 

SAXOPHONE: 

Frank Botz 
Ed Kenik 
Randy Kuznik 
Dave Pultorak 
Margaret Rupar 
Fred Schutt 
Neil Wagner 

CORNET: 

Bruce Blumensteir 
Dave Huncharek 
Kathy Jernejcic 
Jerry Kish 
Dale Krech 
Roy Newness 
Charles Phillips 
Harold Prosek 
Dudley Prisel 
Greg Soble 
Jim Turpin 
Jim Uliesled 
Bob Watts 
Tom Zimmerman 

HORN: 

Linda Hargas 
Marlene Marraji 
Tony Rattini 
David Walterman 

BARITONE: 

Mike Doyle 
John McKierman 
Tom Payne 

TROMBONE: 

Joe Plovock 
Harvey Rubin 

SOUSAPHONE: 

Roy Preslak 
Dennis Sutton 

PERCUSSION: 

George Bilyk 
Frank Petrik 
Greg Pike 
Bill Srnich 



Ulle, Caroline Reeves. 




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MASTERS EXECUTIVE BOARD. First Row (L to R): Mr. Sam Taylor, Ron Macks, Donette DiBiasio, Judy 
Lilley. Second Row: Don Hathaway, Linda Tomko, Carol Peterson, Sherry Downen, Carol Allen. 



MASTERS CHOIR. First Row (L to R): R. Hurlburt, D. DiBiasio, J. McCarthy, C. Berntson, L. Tomko, N. 
Sheppard, R. Sarama, C. Cradis. Second Row: H. Hunn, C. Jerabec, J. Stanley, B. Lesiak, C. Peterson, J. 
lehr, C. Hildebrand, C. Allen. Third Row: L. Kempert, P. Greer, K. MacDonald, K. Emmert, D. Click, M. 
Ruscin, R. Lewis, E. Racich, K. Breen. Fourth Row: B. Longham, A. Consilio, G. Kleckner, J. Bammerlin, J. 
Groofmeyer, R. Macks, G. Edwards, J. Stahl, L. Zust. Fifth Row: P. Cox, K. Barta, J. Bailey, C. Boehike, 
B. Miller, D. Hathaway, S. Toward, R. Cesa, R. Crombie, D. Aitken, K. Burns. 




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Ken Barta accompanies the Masters. 



MASTERS CHOIR. First Row (L to R): B. Foy, A. Picciano, L. Sobol, C. Borlos, N. Crone, E. Hones, B. Mills, 
C. Pohly, G. Walker. Second Row: S. Warner, D. Evans, C. Hohs, E. Geiger, J. Burns, G. Guibenkion, J. 
Rose, M. lilley, E. Carlson, P. Kane. Third Row: D. Romano, J. Lilley, J. Brown, R. Kirchener, P. Pavlik, D. 
Praznovsky, M. Vordian, S. Horsey, N. Piper, J. Hallack. Fourth Row: S. Downen, S. Lohrey, L. Payne, S. 
Rodencic, C. King, J. Tucker, W. Wiblin, D. Amos, T. Petruzzi, R. Sweigert. Fifth Row: L Long, J. Zdoro, A. 
Doskivich, S. Wheeler, C. Nogode, J. Burnett, D. Peek, D. Gouch, G, Zola, J. Monoyudis. 



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CHOIRS 

A sheet of choral music is short-lived, but it has 
a soul hidden among its blotted physical aspects, 
and its life need not be dull. A sheet of choral music 
lives v/hen it is being learned by a chorus. At Euclid 
it suffers a harsh beginning when it is sight-read for 
the first time. As it listens to the monotonous repe- 
tition of its ov/n parts and the chatter that goes on 
during these repetitions, it can scrutinize the closely- 
knit mass of tired, excited, and studious heads that 
are making all the noise, and, when this becomes 
unbearable, it can delight in Mr. Taylor's explosive 
"Dad-gum-it! Why don't you people listen instead 
of . . .1" and "Don't talk it! Sing it!" But all this 
while the chorus has been learning and polishing. 
The sheet of choral music dies as its soul is com- 
mitted to the memory of the chorus members. 



SOPHOMORE MIXED CHORUS. First Row (L to R): D. Sloer, D. Medved, D. Hoffman, D. Miller, B. Vicic, 
L. Pollill. Second Row: J. Beran, C. Voll, J. Klopovic, D. Heuer, H. Glenn, A. Ashley, K. Pfeiffer. Third 
Row: P. Friedman, B. Hodder, K. Schmidt, S. dicker, P. Snidarsic, C. Gillespie, J. Sherwood, S. Ferris, B. 
Hudson, J. Winter, L. Epplch, P. Bashel, K. Slump, K. Makowski, M. Templeton, M. Hart. Fourth Row; B. 
Kruger, D. Frank, J. Link, M. Wonnocott, J. Tuckerman, C. Frank, C. Straughan, M. Bir, B. Pate, M. Hodia- 
kievic, R. Kozor, T. Kokol, L. Jerse, C. Whittaker, B. Stevens, P. Morgheret, J. Emmert. Fifth Row: N. Skupic, 
L. Roberts, B. Chudzik, D. Vonkorngut, C. Neff, E. Monoyudis, K. Kostelic, M. Pontoni, L. Jackuben, S. 
Salisbury, L. Akroboff, J. Price, D. Gortz, J, Schneider, D. Jackson, J. Turk, B. Zele, J. Travnik, V. Cibbs, 
D. Fink. 







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JR.-SR. GIRLS GLEE CLUB. First Row (L to R): J. Onderdonk, P. Jobe, C. Scheiner, P. Rudiok, P. McKniglit, 

C. Zurlo, L. Nalepo, K. DiLillo, K, Vernon, B. Durose. Second Row: H. Estvander, G. Myers, D. Bacon, P, 
WIctieff, B. Preston, L. Tiffany, C. Greguricti, L. Humphrey, B. Knox, O. Tyler, L. Rolls. Third Row: J. Niel 
sen, C. Ross, S. Swaney, S. Deere, C. Wood, E. Rossi, M. King, S. Anderson, C. Boich, B. Bessire, B. Johnson 

D, Pragacy. Fourth Row: B. Bilyk, M. Lis, S. Cadwollader, L. Wehogon, D. Aitken, M. Bradford, M. Bogo 
toy, A. Habian, C. Keller, E. Chounce, L. Hamilton, F. Felz, D. Ricci. Fifth Row: J. Howell, P. Sernel, C 
Walton, S. Kniess, C. Evans, B. Thorpe, C. Hoedt, L. Krecic, R. Korthals, B. Bradford, L. Burris, L. Watson. 



SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. First Row (L to R): C. Lebet, A. Kaczur, L. Bauman, J. Wallace, J. Horvol, 
C. David, A. Rosenblatt, K. Bauer, G. Bahr, P. Wever, S. Gerl, G. Fister, K. Cotman. Second Row; C. Mavec, 
J. Brozolovics, L. Kodow, S. Vidensek, B. Campbell, D. Tarantino, P. Hrnyok, A. Wagner, C. Hohs, S. Salvo, 
P. Gregic, S. Plummer. Third Row: E. Bubonics, E. Boehmer, L. Himes, M. Dunker, J. Zgonc, S. Robbins, L. 
Lovano, K. Davis, K. Billings, B. Eglin, C. Koslick, L. Baran, S. Kolenc. Fourth Row: S. Siders, S. Millac, E. 
Grigas, B. Chovan, K. Goldstein, V. Reichman, C. Lauer, S. Rutkie, R. Conti, D. Sorver, J. Howe, G. Neither- 
cott, B. Feldman. 




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Hey, Doc, is all that lung stuff true? 



Connie Tuthill takes on oral beating. 





Harvey appeared only off-stage. 



HARVEY 

Did you see a tall white rabbit? Yes, you prob- 
ably did during the week of October 21 , when Har- 
vey roamed the halls of Euclid. This rabbit's pur- 
pose was to persuade students to attend the play 
bearing his name. For those who went, there were 
several hours of memorable, sophisticated comedy. 
Although Harvey did not appear visibly during the 
performance, he became a true personality in the 
minds of the audience. 



CAST: HARVEY 

MYRTLE MAE SIMMONS SANDRA BARKER 

VETA LOUISE SIMMONS JOAN McCONOCHA 

ELVVOOD P. DOWD WADE SCHUETTE 

MAID BARBETTE DAVIDSON 

MRS. ETHEL CHAUVENET MAUREEN TROTTO 

NURSE RUTH KELLY CONNIE TUTHILL 

DUANE WILSON MIKE FERGUS 

LYMAN SANDERSON, M.D DEAN COST 

WILLIAM R. CHUMLEY, M.D LOUIS ROGALINER 

BETTY CHUMLEY NANCY PATRICK 

JUDGE OMAR GAFFNEY GARY BERNSTEIN 

E. J. LOFGREN COLE MURRAY 



Backstage, nervous whispering is silenced minutes before , 
the curtain rises. 





CAMERA CLUB 

The shutterbugs of Euclid High 
School can be identified by their di- 
lated pupils and chemically chapped 
hands. In a remodeled third-floor 
closet, they create images with spec- 
ial paper, light, and skill. This club 
serves a dual purpose: the members 
gain experience for a possible pro- 
fession, and the school receives in- 
expensive photographic service. 



CAMERA CLUB. 
Neuman. 



(L to R): James Burnett, Mr, Rinkes, Fred Sctiutt, Gary BIy, John Fleshin, Ton 



MOVIE CLUB, First Row (L to R): Paul Pavlik, Bob Evangelisto, Steve Hatros, Walter Scuttenberg. Second 
Row: Wayne Karberg, Ron Miller, Ken Coleman, Joe Muster. 




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STAGE CREW. (L to R): Tom Stohre, Rick Peterson, Jim Mcconocha, Rick Redmond, Russ Johnson, 
Kepley, Sally Forker, Jo Ann Zdara, Maureen Lohmeyer. 



MOVIE CLUB 

In the silent study hall the soft rattle of casters 
is heard passing the door; a projector is being de- 
livered by the trusty movie club member with his 
ridiculously large wooden hall pass knocking around 
his knees. "You're finally here. I hope the watcha- 
magadget doesn't break down again. Can you set 
it up for us?" "No, sorry, I've got three more to 
deliver this period." Off he goes, and in the silent 
study hall a pair of squeaky shoes and a clattering 
hall pass are heard returning past the door. 



STAGE CREW 

"Get the hammer, nails, saw some wood, but 
measure it first. Bring the lights down for adjusting. 
How long is this flat? The frame's ready for can- 
vassing. Where's the staple gun? Here! Where? 
The sizing is ready, so get some brushes. Don't get 
sloppy with that stuff! Shall we paint it chartreuse 
or pink? Oh, well! We'll mix them and see what we 
get. Who stole my paint brush? Turn those lights on 
. , ." So on into the night. 





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SURVEY I.Q.S. First Row (L to R): Kothy Korosec, Kathy Emmert, Sue Warner, 
Nancy Emser, Jon Oretiek, Cheryl Barlos, Mary Paganie, Nikki Ptiillips, 
Marcio Steagler, Sue Blalnik. Second Row: Donna Moretii, Ellen Wehrle, 
Cindy Steagler, Edna Hones, Eileen Arnold, Judy Hocevar, Barb Hille, Cheryl 



INTERNATIONAL QUILL 

AND SCROLL 

A small gold I.Q.S. pin is like a 
medal. It represents an honor based 
on creativity and outstanding 
achievement in the field of publica- 
tions. Membership is determined by 
effort and ability, extending to the 
writer, photographer, and salesman 
alike. For the individual, the pin also 
is a memory. It recalls the many 
moods of a staff and the processing 
activity involved before a finished 
product is attained. The layouts of 
Euclidian become a book, the Survey 
comes out, Eucuyo copy is collected, 
edited and printed, and a small gold 
I.Q.S. pin is worn. 



Barb Mills is pinned by Judy Strausbaugh. 



Lofgrin, Eloise Haynes, Carol Diehl. Third Row: J. T. Fleshin, Norbert Stew- 
art, Rich Korash, Ken Barto, Nick Perencevich, Rich Miller, Gory BIy, Colin 
Murdock, John Komocar, Chris Pinkney, Greg Harper, Tom Nimelli, Paul 





EUCLIDIAN I.Q.S. First Row (L to R): Corol Peterson, Alison August, Denise Young, Carol Webb, 
Jan Howell, Barb Shuber, Vicki Regalbuto, Linda Smink, Bonnie Budos. Second Row: Paul De- 
bevec, Henry Spolar, Ron Surtz, Tom Walters, Linda Miller, Judy Strausbaugh, Marion Wasendo, 
Sandy Williams, Bobbie Rochkor, Rickie Hurlburl, Donette DiBiasio. 

NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 
Long hours of practice and a few minutes of 
speaking precede long hours of waiting in antici- 
pation of a judge's decision. Although maintaining 
good grades causes unwelcome pressure on students 
busy with activities, and early, sleepy awakenings 
for long Saturday morning trips are rather incon- 
venient, members of National Forensic League must 
take these annoyances in stride with their activity. 
Participating in the areas of extemporaneous speak- 
ing, dramatic, humorous, and oratorical declama- 
tion, debate, and original oratory, Mr. Robuck's 
hardy group works to learn, improve performance 
and achieve tournament victories. 




EUCUYO I.Q.S. First Row (L to R); Gory Bernstein, Leslie Long, Veronica Yager, Rutti Seguin, Dennis 
Spate. Second Row: Lionel Smith, Bernie Hotis, Sue Horsey, Bev Holcomb, B. J. Hershaft, Sharon Popalko. 




I.Q.S. ADVISORS. (L to R): Mr. Santos, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Duprey, Mr. Eisen, Mr. George 



N.F.L. First Row (L to R): Greg Harper, Paul Cox, Cindi Traina, Wade Schutte, Sandy Barker, Sherry 
Salisbury. Second Row: Mary Pogonie, Diane Bryan, Linda Christopher, Jane Horvat, Debbie Wallace. 
Third Row: Mr. Leonord Robuck, Advisor, Scott Winsor, Betsy Goydos, Ronald Korosh, Barry Laine, Paul 
Debevec, Bob Rose. 






F.B.L.A. Executive Board. 


Top Row (L 


to R): President J 


m Macl<, Vic 


president Kothy Pearson. 


Bottom Row 


Carol Vranel<ovic 


Rita Marth 


Mary Betti Kovatcti. 









FTA Executive Board. First Row (L to R): Sue Perlco, Gretctien Havreberg, 
Edna Hones, Diane Geisl<y, Donna Romano. Second Row: Karen Lyman, 
Diane Gerstiaw, Tina Grillo, Ellen Wetirie. Tliird Row: Ann Stepic, Betty 
Preston, Norma Crone, Lynne Mocilnikor. Fourth Row: Norma Smith, Judy 
Hocevar, Joyce Wichert. 



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA 
Two business courses and a desire to investigate 
the commercial world qualify a student to join the 
Future Business Leaders of America. Speakers em- 
phasize the pitfalls and inconveniences of the busi- 
ness world; but few members are discouraged. The 
old adage, "Knowledge is half the battle," keynotes 
the entire group. 



F.B.L.A. First Row (L to R): Rita Marlhin, Kathy Pearson, Diane Brule, Nancy 
Emser, Pam Rudiak, Laura Klemenc, Laurel Eppich, Eddie Becay, Paula Sim- 
kins. Second Row: Linda Kasunic, Margo Schaffer, Jo-Ell Carruthers, Kothy 
Kolegor, Judy Guth, Nancy Linsley, Charlotte Snable, Judy Richards, Cheryl 



Dietrich, Linda Molovoc, Roscoe Kelly Jr., Sherry Fetko. Third Row: Miss 
Nelson, Sandy Sulen, Mary Clapacs, Carol Nenadal, Carol Vranekovic, Mary- 
lyn Rerchek, Linda Shemitz, Cathy Nenadal, Mary Beth Kovatch, Sharon 
Morn, Barb Stefonik, Betty Francis, Gerry Friel, Jim Mock. 



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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 

F.T.A.'s members, America's future teachers, re- 
ceive actual teaching experience through the club's 
pet project, student tutoring. Capable club partici- 
pants volunteer their time to help conscientious stu- 
dents v/ho apply for a tutor. These "teachers" re- 
ceive a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment 
from their tutoring sessions, and they are proud 
v/hen their "pupils" shov/ signs of improvement and 
earn an "A" test paper. Satisfaction also extends 
to the pupil, v/ho is grateful for the help he has re- 
ceived from F.T.A. 

SENIOR FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA, First Row (L to R): Justlna GrMlo, Ma- 
donna Weeks, Ann Schultz, Carol Gabrenyo, Mary Lynn Pagonle, Barb Hille, Pat 
Redding. Second Row: Kolhy Gusletic, Linda Nalepa, LaVonne Siegal, Kothy Turk, 
Dagmor Smiley, Caroline Reeves, Lenore Miller. Third Row: Lynn Payne, Janet 



Pearn, Dole Evans, Diane Geisky, Sue Anderson, Elaine Chaunce, June Hocevor, 
Pearl Lefor, Chris Gregoric, Linda Smink, Connie Chiodo. Fourth Row: Lynne 
Mocilnikor, Karen Lyman, Anne Stepic, Sue Blotnik, Kathy Korosec, Norma Crone, 




JUNIOR-SOPHOMORE F.T.A. First Row (L to R): Mary Klosky, Betty Preston, Kothy 
Benda, Dinah Tannenboum, Marge Wonnocott, Mary Wince, Sherry Salisbury, Sue 
Coddinglon, Lynn Conley, Sheila Pierce, Jan Tuckerman, Sheryl Glicker. Second 
Row: Lindo Ralls, Gail Gulbenkion, Beth Knox, Connie Mantey, Lynn Humphrey, 
Debbie Walloce, Pom Scheurman, Sharon Melyk, Mario DeMorio, Molly Lowry, 
Goyle Wilson, Marianne Borteld, Mary Lou Stelzer, Toni Milavec, Carol Frank, 
Sue Jost. Third Row: Virginia Novinc, Eileen Arnold, Donna Waterwash, Marilyn 
Surtz, Debbie VanKorngul, Jean Link, Norma Smith, Joan Pureber, Donita Cam- 
eron, Fronds Felz, Jane Musick, Pol Popavich, Bonnie McArthur, Linda Crockett, 



Barbette Davidson, Judy Eichberger, Rosonne Madeja. Fourth Row: Cherie Bortos, 
Barb Ward, Bobs Bessire, Sue Baker, Diane Gershow, Joyce Wichert, Sharon 
McGill, Bonnie Rozmon, Marty Schwarz, Oily Koger, Peggy Frye, Carol Wojcik, 
Darlene Lipovec, Lorraine Hill, Sharon Visoky, Karen Hennie, Barb Riebe, Carol 
Glotzbecker, Trudy Tolor. Fifth Row: Sherrie Zimmerman, Sue Reider, Lori Sabol, 
Sandy Deere, Jan Scribner, Leslie Nelson, Jane Stahl, Diane Stacker, Darlene 
Vukcevic, Linda Watson, Marlene Ruder, Phyllis Piper, Eileen Biederman, Maureen 
Mahoney, Barbara Helmick, Sandy Carpenter, Connie Bretton, Susan Smith, Mary 
Lou Pontoni. 



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FRIENDSHIP CLUB. First Row (L to R): Marilyn Fogel, Sue Willson, Eloine 
Begglke, Denise Sliinosky, Linda Smink, Laura Vahcic, Mary Ellen Kuctiarski, 
Cyntliio Piller. Second Row: Judi Stierwood, Carolynn Tryon, Kathy Skonier, 
Laurie Schlegel, Joyce Yanchar, Barb Zele, Gwen Roberts, Lynn Gulicti. 
Third Row: Betsy Goydos, Peggy Wittenmyer, Marilyn Surtz, Chris Hogstrand, 



JoAnn Travnik, Kathi Tizzaro, Judy Stanek, Donna Nagy. Fourth Row: Pat 
Znidorsic, Kathy Klann, Sharon Metyk, Bonnie Rozman, Kathy Vernon, Sue 
Cochran, Linda Akroboff, Cathie McGraw. Fifth Row: Linda Je 



Kokal, Jill Haddock, Judy Eichberg 
Dorlene Lipovec, Carol Wojc 



Barbette Davidson, Betty Francis, Pott 



FUTURE NURSES CLUB. First Row (L to R): Carol Webb, Rosemary Bosetin, Joyce McKibben, 
Judy Aquilano, Roseanno Cooney, Joyce Chisholm, Betty Johnson. Second Row:.Cheri Wood, 
Carol Andrew, Nancy Emser, Carol Serkownik, Joyce Knoch, Denise Ray, Joyce Kotnik. Third 
Row: Sue Wright, Sue Yager, Joan Whittaker, Madonna Weeks, Jan Heinlein, Linda Tiffany, 
Sharon Tucceri, Jean Knoch. Fourth Row: Diane Geisky, Doris Young, Marilyn Barbie, Sylvia 
Borcovic, Janice Orehek, Char Bokal, Bonnie Swanson, Morilyn King. Fifth Row: Linda McKee, 
Kathy Jonoitis, Joyce Goodwin, Pat Deegan, Laura Vahcic, Denise Shinosky, Marge Reynolds. 




FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

One of Euclid's many organiza- 
tions that aid in career preparation 
is the Future Nurses Club. Its main 
function lies in the clinical work done 
by members during free periods. By 
working with the school nurses and 
witnessing the problems and situa- 
tions they encounter, girls gain val- 
uable field experience. Knowledge 
of the profession is furthered by 
speakers from nursing schools and 
associations, explaining many differ- 
ent aspects of the work involved. 



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FRIENDSHIP EXECUTIVE BOARD. First Row (L to R): Moryann Vordian, Marilyn King, Marilyn Ogrinc, 
Sandy Kessler, Arlene Snitzky. Second Row: Rosemary Boselin, Nikki Phillips, Sue Anderson, Diane Geisky, 
Linda Jerse, Tanya Kokol. 



JUNIOR RED CROSS. First Row (L to R): Shelby Fetko; Rose Pink; Judy Richards, Vice-President; 
Sherry Fetko, President. Second Row: Paulo McCulloch, Terry Wallace, Pat Jobe, Sue Wright. 
Third Row: Erika Wendel, Sharon Cook, Marge Czaplicki, Terry Richmond, Ginny Sames. 




FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

in the shuffling of many club ac- 
tivities, Friendship also emerged un- 
der a new guise. The Friendship 
Formal, a tradition for which the club 
previously had been noted, did not 
take place, and Friendship became 
foremost a service club, comparable 
to the boys' Key Club. Although it 
got off to a late start. Friendship was 
more active than ever before, per- 
forming both, service and social func- 
tions. 

JUNIOR RED CROSS CLUB 
Concerned with local areas of 
need, members of Junior Red Cross 
based their club on service projects, 
which ranged from play acting to 
hospital decorating. Under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Cox, and working in con- 
junction with the National Red Cross, 
the club filled Monday night meetings 
with plans and ideas designed for the 
benefit and enjoyment of others. 




NHS., SENIOR MEMBERS. First Row (L to R): Judy Strausbaugh, Barb Hille, 
Linda Toml<o, Danelle DiBiosio. Second Row: Rici<ie Hurlburt, Donna Romano, 
Edna Hones, Sandy Williams, Marilyn Mansperger, Norma Crone, Gerri 
Urboncic, Third Row: Mary Ann Minnillo, Kim Hashagen, Char Ritz, Linda 
Fox, Laura Witline, Ellen Brigden, Judi Mervis, Leslie Harris, Connie Keller. 



Fourth Row: Karen lymon, Linda Roberts, Mary Ellen Bogatoy, Roberta 
Rochkar, Bev Holcomb, Sue Horsey, Lynne Mocilnikor, Judy Hocevor, Sue 
Blatnik, Anne Stepic, Gretchen Hovreberg. Fifth Row: Paul Cox, Ken Barta, 
Ron Surtz, Rick Korash, Colin Murdock, Greg Done. 



Oh, boy, is this exciting! 




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N.H.S., SENIOR MEMBERS. First Row (L to R): I 
brenya, Tina Grillo, Sue Willson, Linda Sherrill, Ve 
Marcia Steagler, Cindy Steagler. Second Row: Ju 
Linda Zust, Pot Redding, Carol Andrew, Judy Cn 



loine Begaike, Carol Ga- 
onica Yager, Barb Shuber, 
e Novotny, Janice Houry, 
ig, Carol Peterson, Nikki 



Pti 



Janet Pe 



Barb Mills. Ttiird Row; Lynn Payne, Pat Greer, Linda 
McKee, Linda Smink, Sandy Borgsteadt, Katliy Ulle, Alison August, Linda 



Miller, Jan Orehek, Carol Smith. Fourth Row: Carole Krapence, Richard 
Miller, Laura Ryder, Laura Vahcic, Marlene Blatnik, Donna Kobe, Janet 
Howell, Kathy Korosec, Mary Beth Kovach. Fifth Row: Connie Chiodo, Richard 
Fobritius, Bill Hertz, Chris Pinkney, Tom Walters, Chuck Hurwitch, Norm 
Stewart, Paul Debevec. 




N.H.S., JUNIOR MEMBERS. First Row (L to R): Char Hildebrand, Sue Struna, 
Joan Pureber, Molly Lowry, Holly Lucas, Gail Gulbenkian, Linda Ralls, Joyce 
Wichert, Sonja Skrlj, Pat Theil, Gayle Wilson. Second Row: Char Bokol, 
Connie Montey, Donna Beechuk, Donna Waterwash, Lynn Humphrey, Sandra 
Barker, Sue Perko, Sue Cochran, Nora Piper, Cheryl Cradis. Third Row: 



Kathleen Hun;er, Susan Smith, Barb Ward, Sue Warner, Kathleen Emmert, 
Craig MocDonold, Tom Holbedel, Nick Perencevich, Denny Motko, Steve 
Barnett. Fourth Row: Margaret Reynolds, Eric Hertfelder, Harvey Goertz, 
Tom Bernlohr, John Lehr, Dennis Cebul, Chuck Malhue, Rick Baldini, Rich 
Courtney, Jeff Foust, Don Praznovsky. 



N.H.S. OFFICERS. First Row (L to R): Mr. Avers, Advisor; Char Ritz, Treasurer; Marilyn Mans 
perger, Secretory; Rich Korash, President; Colin Murdock, Vice-President. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
Membership in N.H.S. is one of 
the most highly coveted honors a high 
school student may achieve. The 
N.H.S. pin recognizes academic ex- 
cellence, service to the school, lead- 
ership, and, above all, character. A 
sign of versatility and achievement, 
it is worn often and with pride. 



SCIENCE SEMINAR 

Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission 
of Radiation, affectionately abbreviated to maser, 
was only one of the many current advances in sci- 
ence investigated by the Joe Berg Science Seminar. 
Students in this year's enlarged program kept up 
with modern trends as they were addressed by scien- 
tists from the Cleveland area. Excursions to research 
sites furnished an opportunity to see theories and 
principles put into application. Whether learning 
how we really see, or exploring subjectivity versus 
objectivity, seminar students gained a superior in- 
troduction to the world of the scientist. 



CHESS CLUB 

Among the lesser known species of extracur- 
ricular activities is the Chess Club. Tuesday of every 
week a few surprisingly ordinary looking people 
enter an empty classroom during the tenth period 
and commence playing chess while discussing any- 
thing that comes up, chess for instance. However, 
it is during these informal meetings that the mem- 
bers prepare themselves for forthcoming tourna- 
ments of wit materialized on chess boards. The club 
is small, but it proved potent enough to bring home 
a State High School Championship. 



SCIENCE SEMINAR. First Column (Bottom to Top): Bob Molinok, Bob 
Worzin, Craig Mocdonold, Ray Frank, Dave Wilber, David Swaddell, Tom 
Doyle, Henry Deckman, Jim Burich. Second Column: Jan Tuckerman, Paul 
Debevec, Thorn Frolich, Ron Surtz, Carol Frank, Eric Hertfelder, Les Koth, 
Dave Garland. Third Column: Sheryl dicker. Barb Baker, Joyce Yerty, Pam 
Nodo, Leslie Harris, Paul Gyongyos, Don Kovotch, Chuck Cox. Fourth Col- 
umn: Sharon Thorp, Sonja Skrij, Ronald Korash, Richard Kershaw, William 
Millar, Bill Renninger, Chris Pinkney, Richard Masek, Ronald Mosek. 





CHESS CLUB. First Row (L to R): Wayne Rohricht, Earl S* 
dell. Ken Rosenthal, Jim Tegel, Robin Hagberg, Carol Smil 



itolsky, Scott Winsor. Second Rov. 



MATH CLUB. First Row (L to R): Paul Debevec, John Lehr, Pamela Node. Second Row; Janet 
Hribar, Leslie Harris. Ttiird Row: Barbara Baker, Paul Gyongyos, Mr. C. Reno, Carolyn Henry 
(at board). 



yvyATH CLUB 

Dedicated to the prosecution of 
the controversial and the extraordi- 
nary of mathematics, the Math Club 
was once again managed and ad- 
dressed by its own members. This 
year the club concentrated upon an 
investigation of computer program- 
ming. When computer time at Case 
was obtained, the members set to 
work on practice problems. Under 
the guidance of Charles Reno, they 
devised programs for such operations 
as finding factors, primes, and cube 
roots. 




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KEY CLUB. First Row (L to R): Dale Click, Vice-President; Colin Murdock, 
Treasurer; Larry Slapleton, President; Bill Beecham, Secretary. Second Row: 
Jerry Horlon, Tony Rattini, Bill Miller, Paul Brigtit, Dave Wilber, Tom Zim- 
merman, Al Gutierrez, Jim Mack, Rick Karosh, Gary Reed, Paul Debevec, 
Carl Hurwitch, Denny Cebul, Ray Frank, Dave Bell, Tom Schultheis, Bruce 
Hobzek, Richard Lewis, Jeff Fryer, Ronald Korosh, Vince Hughs, Terry 
Trebec. Third Row: John Burns, Bob Watts, Paul Libby, Bob Rose, Jeff 
Kish, Greg Pike, Dudley Prisel, Tom Payne, Doug Demian, Dan Bentley, Henry 
Spolar, John McKiernan, Bill Millar, Bob Linsz, Dave Wilder, Tom Reed, Neol 
Wade, Rich Courtney, Tim Howe, Ted Goble. Fourth Row: Jim Crooke, Ken 



Barta, Dan Hoffman, Steve Bayer, Bill Cothcart, Jim McConocho, Ric 
Dunningham, Joel Sarich, Gregg Harper, Tom Aljancic, Ron Hrovat, 
Pesch, Dan Liggett, Bob Pritjatelj, Ron Surtz, Rich Fabritius, Bob Vicic, 
Wagner, Dale Dieckmonn, Robert Nakoji, John Allar, Craig Vernick, 
Palmer, Larry Kimper. Fifth Row: Jerry Kish, Rich Baldini, Mike Fe 
Paul Gyongyos, Bill Hitty, Bill Vadnal, Jim Kurrent, Erick Hertfelder, h 
Stewart, Don Reisinger, Bill Hertz, John Komocor, Paul Tolchinsky, 
Creveling, Greg Done, Dave McKee, Glenn Forsythe, Dennis Lefond, 
Pavlik, John Kovatch, Bill Hornsby, Bill Bertalan, Al Hangen, Chuck 
Dennis Race, Gary Zola. 



WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB. First Row (L to R): Susan Horsey, Beverly Holcomb 
Paul Cox, Bill Millar. Second Row: Nancy Ulle, Sue Warner, Loni Prileson 
Bonnie McArthur. Third Row: Barb Chovan, Dagmar Smiley, Elaine Begolke 



Janis Chopyak, Helen Fogel. Fourth Row: Frances Ulle, Morlene Blalnik, 
Roseanne Sarama, Ida Jean Zisuzzo, Nancy Waschura. Fifth Row: Kathleen 
Nehls, Joyce McKibben, Steven Watts. 




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KEY CLUB 

The primary function of the Key Club is to serve 
the school and community. Key Club prospers on 
sales of peanut brittle, fruit cakes, Christmas trees, 
and Panther badges, while they manifest this pros- 
perity in their usefulness to Euclid. Although quan- 
titatively and qualitatively they are the greatest Key 
Club in the nation, they do not hesitate even to install 
lowly public garbage cans where they are needed. 
Beside the service committee, there is an active 
social committee which ensures an ample balance of 
fun for the hard-working members. 



POLITICAL AFFAIRS 

Eventually every subject from integration to au- 
tomation finds a place on the agenda of the Political 
Affairs Club. The debates are seldom according to 
rule, but the participants are always well informed 
and very eager to express their opinions. Contro- 
versy is the basis of the club; argument is the pur- 
pose. 




POLITICAL AFFAIRS. First Row (L to R): Georgia Ann Geer, Dee Totten, 
Linda Sherrill, Joyce Petit, Paul Cox, Linda Watson, Earl Switolsky, Paul 
Gyongyos. Second Row: Madeline Sliantery, Bob Hagberg, Carol Smith, 
Scott Winsor, Dale Fenster, Tim Howe, Chris Braden, Richard Courtney. 
Third Row: Denny Bade, Ellie Vincent, Cheryl Brown, Joann Snowbrick, 
Chuck Cox, William Millar, Dennis Hocevor, Ken Rosenthal. Fourth Row: Jon 



Colon, Beverly Holcomb, Gail Gulbenkian, Susan Horsey, Dave Howe, Gerri 
Urbancic, Harry Deckman, Wayne Rohricht. Fifth Row: Bob Rose, Lionel 
Smith, Susan Smith, Suzanne Lohrey, Tom Rieder, Dan Praznovsky, Eileen. 
Haase, Kingsley Guy. Sixth Row: John Burkhart, Chris Gregoric, Bonnie Mc- 
Arthur. 



WORLD AFFAIRS 

High school students generally choose to forget 
the many unpleasant problems of the world. How- 
ever, members of World Affairs Club have a more 
realistic attitude, for they are aware of these prob- 
lems and choose to pursue the reasons and the 
solutions that lie somewhere within them. This club 
helps its members toward a better understanding of 
the world, and it prepares them to assume adult 
responsibility and leadership. 



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FOREMAN'S CLUB. (L to R): John Perrolt, Rick Koehler, Dove Lorence, Jim Mason, Joe Nocli, Len Kullia, 
Dove Roll, Rich Lewis, Gene Eyer, Andy Kissel, Roger Stepp, Tom Nimelli, Mr. Nold, Don Hull. 



P.A. CLUB. First Row (L to R): Linda Shemitz, Diane Totten, Linda Kasunic. Second Row: Bob 
Lucci, Rick Boldini, Bill Sneller. Third Row: Martin Kelley, Bob Hogberg, John Maynard, Elyse 
Grimm. 



FOREMAN'S CLUB 

In everything there must be a 
leader and many who follow; an In- 
dustrial Arts course is no exception. 
Certain boys, characterized by their 
unusual leadership and manual abili- 
ties, are chosen to assist in supervising 
and teaching these classes. Of such 
is the Foreman's Club composed. 



P. A. CLUB 

Among the many clubs hindered 
by the "great schedule change," the 
P.A. Club was faced with a major loss 
of activity. Those once cheerful morn- 
ing announcements were replaced by 
signs, bulletin boards, and occasional 
breaks in fourth period classes. Yet 
P.A. Club remained a necessary func- 
tion, with members prepared to han- 
dle any emergency announcements 
or technical problems. 




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A.F.S. STUDENT COMMITTEE. First Row (L to R): Jan Howell, Del Swain, Danette DiBiosio, 
Suzanne Lohrey, Sue Warner, Nora Piper. Second Row: John Amos, Wade Schuette, John Lehr, 
Rick Karash. 



STUDENT SUPPLY STORE. First Row (L to R); Kathy Courter, Su 
Krippner, Jon Heinlein, Luba Hodokievic, Linda Sherrill, Manage 



ch Collin: 
lird Row: 



, Jeff Foust, Don Medved, Russ Johnson, Ge 
Don Reider, Kim Hoshagen. 



• Perko, Mr. Amster, Barbara 
, Adele Swain. Second Row: 
:, Kathy Zolitil, Roberta Kelly. 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

COMMITTEE 

Members of the A.F.S. Student 
Committee perform two services for 
the school; they act as a welcoming 
committee to the foreign exchange 
student, and they assist in the pre- 
sentation of the foreign films by mak- 
ing posters and collecting tickets. Al- 
though their work is not widely rec- 
ognized, it is important because it 
helps a very significant organization, 
the American Field Service, to run 
smoothly. 

STUDENT SUPPLY STORE 
In order to cope with this year's 
population explosion, the bookstore 
was moved from its former "cubby 
hole" to a larger and more suitable 
location. Sales promotion, although 
deprived of the traditional morning 
announcements, included signs, holi- 
day decorations, contests, and of 
course, Mr. Amster's persuasive 
voice. Euclid's first combination book 
and supply store, carrying a stock 
that ranged from Lord of fhe Flies to 
cough drops, was a convenience for 
both students and teachers. 





SKI CLUB. First Row (L to R): Elyse Grimm, Sylvia Barcovic, Joan Whittoker, 
Betty DuRose, Linda Kasunic, Vicki Regolbuto, Nikki Phillips, Rosemary 
Bosetin, Linda Miller, Carol Webb, Judy Frustere, Pam Slocomb, Sheryl 
Lefkowitz, Jane Miko, Jan Colon, Robin Hanno. Second Row; Betty Preston, 
Andi Doskivich, Karen MacDonald, Solly Swaney, Kenneth VanDeveer, Beth 
Knox, Lynn Humphrey, Shoron Gerl, Jill Haddock, Guy lorussi, Paul Beck- 
with. Third Row: Kris Carter, Donna Moretti, Lois Dodds, Paula Schulte, 
Mike Harris, Linda Akroboff, Sandi Cable, John Benner, Judy Springer, 



Carol Nenadal, Joyce McKibben, Cathy Nenadal, Larry Grigsby, Larry Pow- 
ers. Fourth Row: Ken Rowe, Bob Kozlevcar, Len Brozee, Gail Neithercott, 
Jim Miller, Wayne Gould, Dennis Race, Bruce Bluminstein, Al Podboy, 
Chuck Phillips, Bill Hornsly, Noncy Linsley, Karen Weseli, Bob Plescia, Joe 
Urbonick. Fifth Row: Ken Kucharski, Terry Trebec, Bob Paulsen, Glen Foster, 
Tom Stahre, Don Miller, Ed Rocich, John Maynord, Bob Statz, Doug Lilley, 
Peggy Hocevar, Madeline Bir, Becky Pate, Cathy Straughan, Linda Shemitz, 
Bill Yanchar. 



WAI NAPOLO OFFICERS. (L to R): Barb Bradford, President; Jock Wilson, Vice-President; 
Mary Kloskv, Secretary; Tom Tumbrey, Treasurer. 



WAI NAPOLO 

Bound together by some espirit de 
corps and a few wild parties, the 
Swim Club is one of the most closely- 
knit organizations in the school. The 
primary activity of its members is to 
aid in teaching the swimming classes, 
a commission well-merited through 
their knowledge of strokes, experi- 
ence, and perfection in diving. When 
not engaged in teaching or parties, 
Wai Napolo prepares for the annual 
Swim Show, that spirited spectacular 
of music, skits, and synchronized 
swimming. 




SKI CLUB 

Students following such ordinary pursuits as 
chess, football, music, or journalism can find on 
outlet for their interest in the school's extra-curricular 
program. Until this year, those possessed with a 
yearning for skiing could only contain it or seek satis- 
faction outside the school. The creation of Euclid's 
Ski Club relieved this deficiency. Its new members 
gave up Saturdays to journey to Mount Chalet, 
where they pursued this vigorous and unusual sport. 



SV/IM CLUB. First Row (L to R): Doris Young, Judy Strousbough, Eileen 
Rogers, Judy Hocevar, Sandy Borstecd, Linda Zust, Peggy Dobnikor, Sherri 
Downen. Second Row: Char Hildebrand, Sandy Earlier, Bonnie Swanson, 
Michele Kmel, Linda Ralls, Linda Tiffany, Sue Reider, Donna Morelti. Third 
Row: Michael Harris, Marsha Dunker, Carol Oslrander, Beth Hodder, Paula 



Schulte, Barb Word, Dave Robb, Bob Paulsen. Fourth Row: Tom Brenna 
Neil Wade, Bill Sweeney, Ted Goble, Bob Nakaji. Fifth Row: Dove Wilde 
Gory Zola, Ken Miller, Ed Mauser, Rich Kershaw, Bill Millar, Chuck Mallu 
Dove Lilley, Edward Racich, Craig Vernick. 




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GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB 

"Line up!" is the familiar cry of the girls' leader 
at the beginning of her class period. She can re- 
member when she first made this call, feeling self- 
conscious as she stood before thirty pairs of eyes. 
Gradually, she developed confidence in herself, and 



now her daily command never lacks authority. She 
has learned how to handle and lead a class with the 
assurance that they will follow and respect her. Soon 
the dismissal bell rings, and one hears her yell, 
"You're excused!" The students file out the door. 



G.L.C. First Row (I to R): Donna Romano, Presic 
Vice President; Sandi Willioms, Secretary; Carol 
Bonnie Budas, Historian; Jane Sctiulty, Jan Rose. ! 
Crone, Katliy Ulle, Judy Kozlevcor, Mary Ellen Bogatay, K 
Gerri Urboncic, Danette DiBiasio. Third Row; Kothy Koro 



Judy Uronkar, 


Stepic, Mary Wolanski 


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Maggie Lynch, Linda B 


d Row; Norma 


Sue Cochran. Sixth Ro\ 


Kim Hastiagen, 


enth Row; Joan Purel 



Fourth Row: Lynne Mocilnikar, Nancy Yeroy, 
-ris. Fifth Row: Loretfa Henikman, Char Bokal, 
: Pat Theil, Sonja Skrlj, Gail Gulbenkian. Sev- 
;r, Jean Petkovsek, Shirley Tarantino, Kathy 





Girl athletes develop muscles, skill, and sportsmanship in G.A.A 



G.A.A. OFFICERS. (I to R): Dee Tollen, Maggie Lynch, Kim Hashagen 




Euclid's world of sports is open to 
female participation through the 
Girls' Athletic Association. Not all 
of the members are particularly 
skilled, but most have the spirit and 
interest that provide for competition 
and a good game. In after-school 
tournaments, teammates share the 
excitement of activity and the friend- 
ships upon which the teams are 
based. The individual contest of 
pitcher versus batter, and the unity 
behind a strong volleyball squad are 
all part of a club encouraging fun. 
Involving more than the sport, G.A.A. 
means a noisy gym, a cheer for the 
opponent, a powder fight, and al- 
ways a lough. 



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GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB 

"Line up!" is the familiar cry of the girls' leader 
at the beginning of her class period. She can re- 
member when she first made this call, feeling self- 
conscious as she stood before thirty pairs of eyes. 
Gradually, she developed confidence in herself, and 



G.L.C. First Row (L to R)r Donna Romano, President; Judy Uronliar, 
Vice President; Sondi Williams, Secretary; Carole Allen, Treasurer; 
Bonnie Budos, Historian; Jane Schulty, Jan Rose. Second Row: Norma 
Crone, Kathy Ulle, Judy Kozlevcar, Mary Ellen Bogatay, Kim Hashogen, 
Gerri Urboncic, Danette DiBiasio. Third Row: Kathy Korosec, Anne 





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SPIRITS. Top to Bottom (L to R): R!ckie Hurlburt, President; Normo Crone, Greg Done, Jon Howell, Gretctien 
Hovreburg, Burke Hyne, Mr. Wisniewski, Sponsor; Connie Keller, Bobbie Rochkar, Sand! Williams, John 
Graafmeyer, Danette DiBiasio, Linda Roberts, Del Swain, Ted Goble, Tom Halbedal. 



Being in Spirits doesn't make us saints. 



SPIRITS CLUB 

Spirit. School spirit exists in an 
intangible and fleeting form and 
often needs encouragement. The 
Spirits Club provides the necessary 
spark. Gliding about at secret night 
meetings, the "spirits" leave their 
marks on posters displayed in the 
halls and signs distributed on the 
days of sports events. As subtly as 
they promote enthusiasm, they mask 
their identities as true spirits. 




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SENIORS 

A poet might have written: "Oh! To be in Euclid as a senior." 
An anthropologist would have commented upon the senior oli- 
garchy. A biologist might have studied the various levels of or- 
ganization among the classes. Yet all would agree that the seniors 
occupy a superior position at Euclid High. 

To deprive the school of the senior class would deprive it of its 
main source of heroes, its largest producers of school spirit, and 
its most abundant collectors of honors. The senior class contains 
more dreamers standing on the welcome mats of their dreams, 
more mixed-up emotion scrambled into one group and more 
opinionated people than any class in the school. 

Frivolity and extremity accompany the senior year. Seniors 
guided by the notion that an end should be glorious, attend count- 
less graduation parties, exert their authority over the underclass, 
and scream class supremacy. However, there is a serious aspect 
to the senior year which is often overlooked. What is to follow 
graduation? College? A summer job? Does Uncle Sam really 
want me? Questions affecting a lifetime are answered, and the 
sobriety of the decision demonstrates that the senior year is one 
of thought as well as of gaity. 





169 




Judy Adamszewski 
John Adkins 
Diana Alexander 
Patricia Alexander 



Thomas Aijoncic 
Carole Allen 
Susan Allen 
David Amos 



John Amos 
Susan Anderson 
Carol Andrew 
Myron Apple 



John Aten 
Alison August 
Stuart Babin 
Diana Bacon 



Daniel Baer 
John Bailey 
Jacqueline Balogh 
Joy Bammerlin 



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After Christmas, Seniors give the aluminum tree a tinselectomy. 




Kenneth Bateman 
Gerald Baum 
Bill Beacham 



James Belanich 



Marcy Becker 
Barbara Beckwith 
Elaine Begaike 




Rose Belanich 



Linda Belavich 



Donald Beijan 



Gail Bell 








SENIOR CLASS CABINET. First Row (L to R): Sandy Cinco, Judy Lilley, Barb Spring, Donna Germovsek, 
Donna Romano, Barb Hille, Nancy McNob. Second Row: Norm Stewart, Rick Karash, Don Beljan, Sam 
Rockwell, Ken Takocs, Linda Fox, Mary Ellen Bogolay, Bill Miller, Paul Tolchinsky, Dave Amos, James Rosipko. 



Ronald Beno 
Gary Bernstein 



Daniel Bentley 
Barbara Bilyk 



Darlene Benvenufo 
Harold Blackburn 



Nils Berglund 
James Blankschaen 



Ray Bermond 
Marlene Blatnik 




173 




Susan Blatnik 
Diane Bone 



Kurt Blumenstein 
Donna Bone 



Michael Bocskey 
Mary Lou Booth 



Mary Ellen Bogatay 
Sandy Borgsteadt 



Bonnie Boldin 
Rosemary Bosetin 



She loves me! 




Jeanne Boyd 
Walter Boyer 





Shirley Bradack 


Barbara Bradford 


Jan at Brazalovics 


Karen Breen 


Denise Brennan 


Thomas Brennan 


Michele Breskvar 


Roger Brezec 


Ellen Brigden 


Jacqueline Brown 


Margaret Brown 


Cheryl Browning 


Diane Brule 


Bonnie Budos 


Donna Budinsky 


Edward Bugos 


Donald Burhenne 


James Burich 


John Burkhart 


Karen Burns 




Linda Burris 
Frank Calabro 



Josephine Capretti 
Ellen Carlson 




Just gimme the facts miss, just the facts. 



John Cerne 
Leslie Carlson Elaine Chaunce 

Constance Carroll 



Joanne Cesnik 
Donald Cherne 



Edward Carroll 
Jo Ell Carruthers 



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George Casey 
Linda Cebron 





But officer, if he was going to stay parked, he should hove signaled. 



Connee Chiodo Jonis Chopyak Rosemary Cicco 

Sandra Cinco Linda Cipriani Robert Cirino 




Judith Coleman 



Doris Collins 



Jill Collins 



Richard Collins 







Alan Consilio 





Sandra Cook 
Gloria Cornwell 



Kathleen Covert 
Richard Creveling 



Dennis Coolidge 
Dean Cost 




I don't know what this strange girl's doing in the office. 



Paul Cox 
Norma Crone 



Timothy Coy 
Mary Ellen Dailey 



Bruce Coyle 
Joan Damberger 



Judith Craig 
Michele D'Amico 




178 




Gregory Dane 
Lorraine Deans 



Patricio Deegon Joan Delsanter 

Donald Dibartolomeo Danette DiBiasio 



John DeMell Douglas Demian 

Beatrice DiDonato Gene DiNardo 



Joseph DeWitt 
Jean DiPuccio 





Magdaline Dobnikar 


Anita DombrowskI 


Larry Domin 


Paul Donovan 


Sharon Downen 


Charles Doyle 


Jerry Dragonette 
We feel pretty! 


Sharon Drenik 


Linda Dutko 


Janet Dvornik 



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180 





Okay, Shifty! How many checkers ya got up your sleeve? 



Joseph Eckenrode 
Elizabeth Erzen 
Monica Fabec 



Dorothy Eckerman 
Marianne Erzen 
Richard Fabritius 



Maxine Edmonds 
Helen Estvander 
Constance Falton 



Joyce Ellis 
Dale Evans 
Mary Ann Faska 



Nancy Emser 
Eugene Eyer 
Andrew Fende 





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Ronald Ferrel 


John Fleshin 


Marilyn Fogel 


Frank Forgione 


Linda Fox 


Sandra Froom 


Marjory Frost 


Judy Frustere 



182 





Marlene Fuchs 
Carol Gabrenya 



Raymond Fuerst 
Ronald Gabriel 



Any time now, someone is bound to get up and yell Victory. 




Richard Gainar 
Donald Gaster 



Linda Galaida 
Diane Geisky 



David Garland 
Donna Germovsek 



Ted Gasser 
Susan Gill 



183 





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Thomas Gilliotti 
Janis Golon 



Bonnie Gingell 
Sharon Gombach 



Brian Glick 
Joyce Goodwin 



Ted Goble 
James Gorslene 



Mary Ellen Gojok 
Judy Gozoski 



What's the madras with this dress? 



'For they're fine upstanding, patriotic, healthy normal American Boys!' 




184 





John Graafmeyer 
Mary Beth Green 
Patricia Greer 
Christine Gregoric 



Carol Grill 
Justina Grillo 
Elyse Grimm 
John Groce 



Rosemary Gross 
Donna Grubac 
Karen Guenther 
Sandra Guild 



Kathleen Gustetic 
Judith Guth 
Linda Guttmann 
Anita Habian 



Robert Hagberg 
Beth Hahn 
Rosemarie Hall 
Judith Haliack 




Michael Holler 
Linda Hamilton 
Thomas Harwood 
Dari Heben 





Queen Kim is crowned 


Robin Hanna 


Gregory Harper Leslie Harris 


Donald Hathaway 


Gretchen Havreberg Eloise Hoynes 




Sandra Halterman 
Edna Hanes 
Kimberly Hashagen 
Karen Heckert 



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David Henderson 
Barbara Herrschaft 



Diane Henderson 
William Hertz 



Carolyn Henry 
Bobbie Hill 



Lawrence Henwood 
Barbara Hille 



Ronald Herbst 
William Hobson 



It's amazing what books can do for you. 



Norman Hobzek 
Cynthia Hoedt 



Judy Hocevar 
Dennis Hoernig 







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Bernard Hohs 


Beverly Hoicomb 


Dennis Holmes 


Constance Holv/icI: 


Larry Hopkins 


Susan Horsey 


John Horton 


Janice Houry 


Ronald Howard 


David Howe 


Janet Howell 


Kenneth Hrovat 


Ronald Hrovat 


Charles Hughes 


James Hula 


Robert Hula 


Donald Hull 


Marian Hunt 


Patricia Hurlburt 


Carl Hurwitch 




188 



Daniel Hylkema 
Burke Hyne 




Mary Hynes 
Joseph Ivanko 
Carol Iwonski 
Robert Jackson 



Diane Janis 
Don Jenkins 
Katherine Jernejcic 
Lawrence Jevnikar 



189 





Robert Johnson 


Roberta Johnston 


Kathleen Jonaitis 


Bruce Jones 


Suzanne Jones 


Richard Jost 


Ed Judice 


Rita Juska 



These * 1?:^:^* ! pants just won't stay up! ! 



190 




Nicholas Kaczur 
Patricia Kane 
Carol Katalenac 
Cheryl King 



Richard Kaehler 
David Kaprosy 
Gary Kattler 
Dolores King 



Thomas Kaib 
Richard Karash 
Connie Keller 
Gerald King 



John Kale 
Ted Karpy 
Nadine Kendra 
Linda Kipp 



James Kane 
Donna Kaselak 
Robert Kermavner 
Andrew Kissel 



191 




Anna Klancar 
Betty Knack 



Donald Klann 
Jean Knoch 



Brenda Klavora 
Joyce Knoch 



David Kleinhenz 
Donna Kobe 




192 




aine Koval 

ary Beth Kovatch 



udy Kozlevcar 
ear) Krzepina 




Wonder who that cute kid in the picture is? 



Carole Krapence 
Edmunds Kuchling 



Linda Krecic 
Leonard Kulka 



Barbara Krepshaw 
Richard Lakatosh 



Kathy Krince 
Gayle Lang 




193 





That's how I get rid of dll my report cards. 



Harry Langham 
Fred LaPorte 



Sue LaPorte John Larkin Wayne Losch Eric Larsen Heidi Lasnik 

Barbara Leach Marilyn Leber Richard Lee Grant Leeper Sheryl Lefkowitz 






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Pearl Lefor Toni Legan 

Harold Lemmons Vincent Lenarcic 



Robert Leiand 
Elizabeth Lesiak 



Thomas Leilis 
Robert Lesko 




"Come live with me and be my love. 



Richard Lewis 
Richard Lewis 





195 




Judy Lilley 
Tom Loncala 
Sharon Lorenzo 
James Lunder 



Margaret Lilley 
Caroline Lonchar 
Gary Love 
Patricia Lyie 



Marilyn Lis 
Leslie Long 
Darrel Lovejoy 
Karen Lyman 



Gary LoConti 
David Lorence 
Arlene Lucha 
Margaret Lynch 



Cheryl Lofgren 
Michael Lorenzo 
Ralph Luffler 
Fred Lytle 



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Michele Mackey 
Allan Malz 



Ronald Macks 
Marilyn Mansperger 



Donald Madey 
Loretta Marincic 



Joseph Mahovllc 
Joel Marino 



Carole Malovic 
James Marsey 



Whaf do you mean a hall pass? Can't you see it's raining? 




Marian, you didn't eat lemonade and 
chocolate pie! 




197 




Rita Marthin 
Richard Mosek 



James Martucci 
Ronald Masek 




Fashion day in the Euclidian Office. 



James Mason 
Martin Mazzei 



Nancy Matejkowski Terry May 

Judith McCarthy Keith McDerment 



Loretta Mayher 
Alice McDonnell 



John Maynard 
George Mcllrath 





Linda McKee 


Joyce McKibben 


Patricia McKnight 


Nancy McNab 


Linda Mehls 


Judith Mervis 


Nancy Meyers 


Jane Mika 


Valerie Miklausich 


Dennis Mikiavic 


Dave Mikolsky 


JoAnn Mikovich 


James Milavec 


Louis Milazzotto 


Lawrence Miller 


Lenore Miller 


Linda Miller 


Patricia Miller 


Richard Miller 


William Miller 




Barbara Mills 



Rosalie Milone 



Mary Ann Minnillo Dale Mochan 



Lynne Mocilnikar 



You mean this isn't the boys' locker room. 



Barbara Modlin 


Carol Mog 


Duane Mohoric 


Carol Montsch 


Cameron Moore 


Norma Morell 


David Morgan 


Mike Morgan 


Sharon Morse 






Robert Muehleisen Marsha Mullenix 



Colin Murdoch 
Lynn Murphy 




Cole Murray 
James Muth 




Cynthia Nagode 
Linda Nalepa 



James Nebe 
Kathleen Nehls 



Susan Nelson 

IJiiMiMlimiiiil "* Kenneth Nemerovsky 





Carol Nenadal 


Cathy Nenadal 


David Nesbett 


Laurel Nestlerode 


Jack Neumore 


Kenneth Nickel 


Thomas Nimelli 


Cheryl Niswender 


Art Noch 


Gerald Norsic 


June Novotny 


Thomas Ockunzzi 


Charlotte Ogoreuc 


Shirley Ogrin 


Judd Oiler 


Leslie Onderdonk 


Gary O'Neill 


Dennis Opdohl 


Janice Orehek 


Patricia Oren 




202 




Mary Ormston 
Mary Lynn Paganie 



Janet Ostkor 
Roy Palenschat 



Michael Paller 
Albert Paolo 



Carol Panichi 
Sharon Papaiko 





And it's off to football practice. 



203 




Carol Papp 
Donna Parcher 



Edward Pesec 
Jacqueline Peterka 

Jordan Patronis 
Kathy Potton 



Gary Peters 
Carol Peterson 

Linda Pawlus 
Lynn Payne 



Richard Peterson 
Thomas Petrochic 



Janet Pearn 
John Perrotti 



Anthony Petruzzi 
Nikki Phillips 

Diane Pertick 
Hans Pesch 



James Pietro 
Karen Pike 





Christopher Pinkney JoAnne Pinto 



John Groafmeyer prepares for finals. 



Sharon Piotrowski 





Judith Pirc 




Darlene Piscopo 



Thomas Plikert 



James Powolie 



Jerome Powalie 




205 





Maureen Pratt Robert Prijatelj 


Carol Pulver 


Sharon Pylick 


Cynthia Reba Patricia Redding 


Arthur Reder 


Richard Redmond 


Wanna see a two-second pin?! 







John Pozun 
Lenore Rast 
Gory Reed 
Carol Reese 




206 




Caroline Reeves 


Victoria Regalbuto 


John Reichenbach 


William Reinke 


Don Reisinger 


Rae Res 


Raymond Riggs 


Carol Rinehart 


Charlotte Ritz 


Linda Roberts 


Barbara Robich 


Roberta Rochkar 


Samuel Rockwell 


Sandra Rodencic 


Eileen Rodgers 



I don't believe elephants really wear tennis shoes. 




207 




Robert Roesch 
Linda Rogers 



Cheryl Roland 
David Roll 




Donald Romano 
James Rosipko 



Donna Romano 
Diann Ross 



Mike Romano 
John Roth 



Jackie Roschy 
Jo Anne Rouse 



Janet Rose 
Jane Rowland 






Robert Schiemann 
Mary Schneller 



1 know what he's going after. 








Margaret Rupar Laura Ryder 


Diane Salyan 


Roger Sanderson 


Roseanne Sarama 


Ronald Sarstedt Margo Schaffer 


John Schaser 


Gail Scheid 


Patricia Scherer 





Victory, victory . . . oh, my gosh, I have an English test tomorrow! 



Jonathan Schroeter 


Robert Schuette 


Jane Schulte 


Ann Schultz 


Paul Schultz 


John Scott 


Charlotte Sedmak 


David Sedmak 


Ruth Ann Seguin 


Sharon Seifert 


Carol Serkownik 


Patricia Sernel 


Robert Shaner 


Joan Shaughnessy 


Nancy Sheppard 





Now where did I file my staff? 



Linda Sherrill 


Cynthia Shields 


Denise Shinosky 


JoAnn Shirk 


Barbara Shuber 


Edward Shurman 


Karen Siat 


Carol Sidman 


Donna Siedler 


LaVonne Siegel 


George Sirca 


Elaine Sirko 





John Sivec 



Karen Skalski 



Roberta Skeivis Sheila Skoll 



Irma Skrout 



I was just looking at George. 




Marylyn Skully 



Pamela Slocomb 



Linda Smink 




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Esther Sluga 


Carolyn Smith 


Lionel Smith 


Lucille Smith 


Marie Smith 


Sandra Smith 


John Smolic 


William Sneller 


Jo Anne Sovich 


Elaine Sowul 


Dennis Spate 


Joyce Splistiser 


Henry Spolar 


Barbara Spring 


Annastachia Springer 


Terry Springer 


Roger Sprochi 


George Spuhler 


Thomas Stahre 


Suzanne Stankiewicz 




Robert Statz 


Cynthia Steagler 


Marcia Steagler 


Terry Steklassa 


Anna Stepic 


Cheryl Stepina 


Judy Strausbaugh 


Margaret Strazisar 


Joan Strnad 


Linda Strnisha 


Elaine Sturm 


David Summers 



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Bruce Stanley 
Lawrence Stapleton 
Allan Steich 
Kenneth Stevenson 



Judith Stanley 
Barbara Starostanko 
Carl Steinfurth 
Norbert Stev/art 




Ronald Surtz 
John Sustersic 
Darl Sutton 
Adele Swain 








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Earl Switalsky 
Robert Symonds 
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Kenneth Takacs Richard Tarantino Phillip Tartaglia 



Whaf do you mean Reichenbach who? 




Nancy Teegardin 


James Tegel 


James Tekavec 


Margaret Tekavec 


Estelle Terronova 


Linda Thamer 


Dennis Thayer 


Patricia Thomas 




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David Thompson 
Kenneth Tiderman 



Robert Thorpe 
Robert Tilk 




Smile Dean, or I'll break every one of your fingers. 



James Tkatch 
Stephen Toward 



RoseAnn Tokes 
Cynthia Traina 



Paul Tolchinsky 
Beverly Tramte 



Sharon Tomasello 
Dale Traven 



Linda Tomko 
Louise Traven 




Margaret Traxler 


Barbara Truskolaski 


Sandra Tuccerl 


Kathleen Turk 


Frances Ulle 


Katherine Ulle 


Nancy Ulle 


James Ullestad 


Elizabeth Unick 


Judith Urankar 


Amber Urbancek 


Geraldlne Urbancic 


Joseph Urbanick 


Leonard Uronis 


Robert Usalis 


Laura Vahcic 


Raymond Van Ooyen 


Rosemary Vatty 


Jerome Vend 


Marilyn Verbic 




George Verner 
John Viburs 
Sigrid Von Rekowski 
Thomas Walters 




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Michael Weber 
Modonna Weeks 
Ellen Wehrle 



Beverly Werley 
Frances Wervey 
Geoffrey Whitaker 




Joan Whittaker 



Joseph Wicks 
Diane Wilkes 


Laura Wittine 
Nicole Wohlgennuth 




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Jacqueline Wilkinson 




Sandra Williams 




Susan Willson 


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Jack Wilson 


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Craig Winder 


^^H^^^^^A 


Walter Wistum 


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DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA provides seniors with practical work experience. First Row 
(L to R): Terry Staklassa, Arlene Lucha, Sharon Tomasello, Barb Truskolaski, Bambi Urbancic. SeconcJ Row: 
Jim Rosipko, Jim Powalie, Jerry Norsic, Ann Klancar, Alice McDonnell. Third Rowr Elaine Sirko, Jean 
Krzepina, Karen Hearn, Maxine Edmonds, Mr. Caylor, Jerry Powalie, Dave Thompson, Bobbi Johnston, Jim 
Hula, Linda Kipp. 



Mary Wolanski 
Larry Wrighf 



Walter Wolanski 
Susan Wright 



Alan Wolf 
Sue Ann Yager 



Penny Wolf 
Veronica Yager 



Jean Wrenn 
Tony Yanni 




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Nancy Yeray 



Diane Yoger 




Big feet? These are the boxes; I threw the shoes away. 



Annie Youdell 
Catherine Zanghi 



Denise Young 
Gayle Zanyk 



Doris Young James Zaas 

Sandra Zdonowicz Joanne Zdara 



Anton Zadnik 
Victoria Zieiaskiewicz 







Carol Zimmerman 
David Zoller 
Connie Zurlo 
Linda Zust 



Aw, come on. Fried worms aren't so bad; open up. 



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.^^duerililyia nouriskei the coniumina 
power of man . . . 

L^kufckiit 



257 



THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY 




Official class photographer. 



RAIMOR STUDIOS 

750 East 185 Street 
IV 1-1166 



258 



THE H. G. RHODES CO. 



rlumbing &: Heating (contractors 



685 EAST 200 STREET 
EUCLID 19, OHIO 



PRECISION OPTICAL DISPENSING 
COMPANY 

L. V. PROPASKA 



22580 Lakeshore Blvd. 



AN. 1-1166 



9915 Euclid Avenue 



CE. 1-4961 



2037 East 105 St. 



231-6484 



20314 Chagrin 



751-0112 




PAPP'S BODY SHOP 

21100 St. Clair Ave. 
IV. 1-4333 



259 




THANKS AGAIN FOR ANOTHER OUTSTANDING YEAR. 

THE STAFF OF THE STUDENT 
SUPPLY STORE 



Alvin M. Amster 



Linda Sherrill 



Faculty Sponsor 



Senior Manager 



260 



Compliments 
of 



THE AUSTIN 
COMPANY 

Steel Fabricating 



1245 East 222 St. 



EV. 2-6600 



SKI-WAY 

MACHINE PRODUCTS 

COMPANY 



24460 Lakeland 
Boulevard 



RE. 2-9000 



Compliments 
of 



MISSEL CORP. 

OF 
AMERICA 



27600 Lakeland 



Boulevard 



261-2021 



Compliments of 




CHARTERHOUSE HOTEL 

24800 Euclid Avenue 
261-0300 




Alison gets acquainted with a pair of 
our fine feathered friends. 



ALBERS AND NICOL 
PET IMPORTERS 



542 East 185 St. 



IV. 1-0254 



Compliments of 

EUCLID 
HEAT TREATING CO. 

1408 East 222 St. 
IV. 1-8444 



ED WANK TELEVISION SERVICE 
COMPANY, INC. 



398 East 200 Street 



KE. 1-1222 



Euclid's Oldest Television Service Company 



BRERKFDST 

LuncHEon 



Stil^'^ 



DinnER 



O^JV^"^ 



QlXL 



CHARLITE STEAK HOUSE 

22350 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE. 1-1800 




^^teci K^tuUi. Qofuufe 



FRED KRAUSS, JR. 
RES. AN 1-0335 



KEnmore 1-3874 
1570 DiLLE Road 
Euclid 17, Ohio 



"The Friedman Brothers" 

FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 

22304 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE. 1-3450 



CHESTERFIELD 
STEEL SERVICE COMPANY 



1220 East 222 Street 
Cleveland 17, Ohio 



GORNIK'S 

22340 Lakeshore Boulevard 

Euclid 23, Ohio 

RE. 1-2151 

'Best in men's and women's clothing.' 



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Shop ^^ 




MURRAY P. NICOL 
FUNERAL HOME 

19001 Nottingham Avenue 



Compliments of 



EUCLID NEWS JOURNAL 



814 East 152 Street 
GL. 1-4383 



KEITH WEIGLE 
MOTORS 



20941 Euclid Ave. 
IV. 1-4500 



EUCLID'S 
CHRYSLER 
PLYMOUTH 

VALIANT 
DEALER 



BILL'S 
CLOTHES 



D'ANGELO'S 
BARBER SHOP 

22374 Lake Shore Blvd. 

In the Shore Center Shopping Center 



22810 Lakeshore 

Blvd. 

RE. 1-3440 




4 Chairs At Your Service 

FLAT TOPS PRINCETONS 

731-3192 



263 



THE LUBRIZOL 
CORPORATION 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 
TO 

THE EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING 



CLASS OF '64 



L. J. TROTTER 

E. 185th & Lakeshore 
Euclid (Cleveland 19), Ohio 




Wm. Alexander 

General Sales Manager 



Ivanhoe 1-8400 



264 













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KNUTH GREENHOUSES 




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Phone KEnmore 1-1449 
ENGLISH IVIES OUR SPECIALTY 






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21601 Euclid Avenue 




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Euclid, Ohio 




MARIO'S FLORISTS 


MARIO'S PIZZA 


Euclid Green Shopping Center 


26159 Euclid Avenue 


Euclid, Ohio 


AN 1-0665 


IV. 1-9292 




PETRICS BARBER SHOP 


Compliments of 


783 East 185 Street 


LOUIS HAIR STYLISTS 


Euclid, Ohio 






20030 Lake Shore Boulevard 


IV. 1-3465 


IV 1-3775 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 


P^H|Ph 


THE GRADUATING CLASS 


Life ll 11 [d ^"""°' 
Insurance ^ H 1 ^i^ Premium 




CARL A. JONKE 


ll^lM 


INSURANCE AGENCY 




22700 SHORE CENTER DRIVE 


Philadelphia Life Undergraduate 

Clifford M. Jones, Agent 


RE 1-8400 


22655 Euclid Avenue 




IV. 6-2535 



265 



EUCLIDIAN 



BEAUTY 



COLLEGE 



22714 Shore Center Drive 



RE 1-8668 



^'Euclid's First and Only Beauty College" 




266 



Lasalle Cleaners and Dyers 

Pick-up and delivery service 

835 East 185 Street 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

KE 1-3658 



Compliments of 



DEMSHAR'S 



22034 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-4770 




ROBY TV & APPLIANCE CO. 

22402 Lakeshore 

Euclid, Ohio 

731-1170 



h APPLIANCE CENTER 

'A appliances • ty • stereo 





HENRY F. STREKAL REALTY 



821 East 222 St. 
Euclid, Ohio 
AN 1-2640 



MODEL FOOD MARKET 

PROPRIETORS: FLORIAN & MARIE KONCAR 
445 East 200 St. KE- 1-7447 



GRDINA HARDWARE 



22336 Lake Shore Bfvd. 
RE 1-0403 



267 



MODERN DEB 




The Steagler twins select Winter 
fashions at Modern Deb. 



22822 Lakeshore 
Boulevard 



Euclid 23, Ohio 



RE. 2-9299 



"There's a Material Difference" 

DILLE ROAD LUMBER 
COMPANY 

Euclid's Only Lumber Yard 

Lumber Windows 

Plywood Shingles 

Flooring 

And 

Doors 

1420 DiUe Road 
Euclid, Ohio 

KE. 1-0512 



ROESCH WALLPAPER AND PAINT 
COMPANY 



1 5969 Broadway 
GR. 5-3450 



853 E. 222 St. 
RE. 1-3585 



NON-FERROUS METAL 
FABRICATING COMPANY 




25861 

Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 

RE. 2-7171 







YMCA 
EUCLID BRANCH 

631 Babbitt Road 
Euclid, Ohio 
RE. 1-7454 

"Recreation For The Entire Family: 



268 



AMBASSADOR LANES 



22661 

Euclid Avenue 

Euclid, Ohio 

IV. 6-3200 





EUCLID 
WINDOW SHADE CO. 

505 East 185 St. 

KE. 1-4343 



JAY-DEE CLEANERS 

921 East 222 Street 
Euclid, Ohio 
RE. 1-7060 



Compliments of 

KNAFEL'S SHORE MARKET 

Mary Knafel 
Proprietor 

20070 Lakeshore Boulevard 

IV. 1-4411 



MARIANO'S PIZZA 

820 East 200 Street 

Euclid, Ohio 
KE. 1-6400 



269 



THE 

FOUR - WAY 

TEST 

OF THE THINGS WE THINK, SAY AND DO: 

1. IS IT THE TRUTH ? 

2. IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED ? 

3. WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND 
BETTER FRIENDSHIPS ? 

This Four-Way Test is now being used successfully around the 
world in business, government and schools as an effective meas- 
uring stick for conduct. It is a guide to RIGHT thinking. If mem- 
orized and constantly applied to relations with others, it will make 
a definite contribution toward more effective and friendlier re- 
latonships. 

If you get into the habit of checking your thoughts, words and 
deeds against the Four-Way Test, the experience of others has 
shown that it will help you become happier and more successful. 

Copyright 1946 Rotary International 



ROTARY CLUB 



OF 



EUCLID 



270 




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ilJiorjiiJLtull 

to create useful ideas 

T?]\TnTl\TI?l?PTlVI(| 

to make useful ideas practical 

PRODUCTION 

to turn these ideas into 
highest quality products 

ECONOMICS 

to supply the products at lowest costs 



EATON MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

General Offices • Cleveland, Ohio 44110 

Abroad: EATON INTERNATIONAL 

• AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES • TRUCK AND OFF-HIGHWAY COMPONENTS < 

• MARINE, INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL PRODUCTS • LOCKS AND HARDWARE • 

• MATERIALS HANDLING AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT • 




LA TOUR 
OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

25200 Euclid Avenue 
261-2800 



ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 



''Vforld's Largest Manufacturer 
Of Stamped One-Piece Pulleys" 



Euclid 17, Ohio 
KE 1-8005 




RADIX WIRE CO. 

26260 Lakeland 

Boulevard 

RE. 1-9191 



HUDSON PHARMACY 

922 East 222 St. 
Euclid, Ohio RE. 2-7066 



STANELY H. JOHNSTON FUNERAL 
HOME 

15314 Macauley Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 

Kenmore 1-3600 



Stanely H. Johnston 
Funeral Director, 
Embalmer 



Irene A. Johnston 

Funeral Director 

Shore High School '25 



Edward G. Weller 
Funeral Director and Embalmer 

Invalid Car Service Day and Night 



EUCLID 

BLUE PRINT 

AND 

SUPPLY 

908 East 222 St. 
Euclid, Ohio 
RE. 1-4662 

Complete Reproduction 

Service 

Engineering Supplies 

Fast Pick-up 

and 

Delivery 




Bonnie Budas blooms at Big Bouquet. 

BIG BOUQUET FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP 

480 East 200 Street 
IV. 6-4343 



THE 

HALLE BROS. 

COMPANY 

Hammond Organ 

Studio 

ORGANS— PIANOS 

Sales — Instruction — 
Service 

22475 

Shore Center Drive 

261-1135 



Your Neighborhood Savings Association' 




• 813 EAST 185TH STREET 
IV 1-7800 
• 6235 ST. CLAIR AVENUE 
HE 1-5670 
• 25000 EUCLID AVENUE 
AN 1-1200 
• 26000 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 
RE M200 





THE GERL 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 

23600 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE. 1-0077 




AMERICAN 
STAMPING 
COMPANY 

26650 Lakeland Boulevard 
RE 1-9633 



Compliments of 



CLARK FOODS 



632 East 222 Street 



AN. 1-1428 



TOM SEVEROVICH 



GEORGE KNAUS 



LIST WITH THE 



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REHLTV ^ 



819 EAST 185 ST. 



fUCL/D 

SAVINGS 

ASSOCIATION 



22818 Lake Shore Blvd. 



RE-2-9090 



EUCLID IGNITION 

SALES 

AND 

SERVICE 



1062 East 185 Street 



IV 1-2222 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF A 

FRIEND 

Congratulations graduates 



ST. CLAIR BUILDER'S SUPPLY COMPANY 

20020 St. Clair Avenue 

Euclid, Ohio 



531-6000 



AJAX MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



1441 Chardon Rd. 
Euclid, Ohio 



KE-1-1010 



EUCLID LANES 

507 East 185 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 
IV. 1-1136 




JNTER: 

Count/ 



TITLE 




CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE CLASS OF 1964 



James E. Nemecek, Jr. 



Jack W. Nemecek 



Reginald L. Eidnier 



Inter-County Title Guaranty & Mortgage Company • Cleveland, Ohio 




LAKELAND BODY AND PAINT SHOP 

1310 East 260 Street 
Redwood 1-9006 




Survey-ites relax at Euclid Race. 



EUCLID RACE 
DAIRY 

503 East 200 Street 
Euclid, Ohio 
IV. 1-4700 



22070 Lakeshore Boulevard 

Euclid, Ohio 

771-7600 




Marty dictates as Ricky types at: 



CRAIG AND SHERMAN INSURANCE 



DR. R. M. BALDWIN 



22408 Lakeshore Boulevard 
261-3111 



When you graduate 

come to i(s for 

placement. 



COMMUNITY 

EMPLOYMENT 

SERVICES 



21930 Lakeshore Boulevard 
21877 Euclid Avenue 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SIMS BROS. BUICK 

18781 Lake Shore Blvd. 
IV 6-0600 



HEATING 




f-\{.\a'; \ — letting (^ l^^ooj-ing 
24 HDUR Service 



GED. UNBEHAUN 



788 East 185th Street 

CLEVELAND 19, DHID 

IV. 6-2583 




JACKSHAW CHEVROLET 



543 East 1 85 Street 



IV. 1-9090 




Cleo digs our jewelry. 

TED BROCK, 
JEWELER 

"The Man In The Window." 
391 East 200 Street . KE. 1-5035 



Compliments of 



UPSON REALTY 



499 East 260 St. 



RE. 1-1070 



BOULEVARD 
T.V. & RADIO SERVICE 

906 East 222 Street 

Service on all makes 

TV Radios Hi-Fi 

Drive-in Auto Radio Service 

RE 1-7863 



CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES 

from 

HICARB CORPORATION 



RESHARPENING 

SCISSORS CLIPPERS DRILLS 

"BLACK VELVET" FINISH 

ONE DAY SERVICE 



1055 East 260 Street 
Euclid, Ohio AN. 1-0200 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF A 

FRIEND 



JET DIE AND 
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 

25020 Lakeland Blvd. 
Redwood 1-3720 




STUDENT COUNCIL 



A CENTER OF STUDENT ACTIVITY 



Christmas Baskets for the Needy 
Paperback Bookstore 
E-Room Fountain Workers 
Basketball Concessions 
Voters Babysitting Service 



Thanksgiving Baskets for the Needy 

Homecoming 

Spring Sports Dance 

Wrestling Concessions 

Adoption of Foster Child 



280 



A CENTER OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

/dentification Cards 

Assemblies 

Social Room Committee Rules and Policies 

Poster Placement 

Staggered Test Schedule 

Suggestion Box 

Lost and Found 

Student Council Election 




EUCLID BODY AND FENDER 



38794 Mentor Avenue 



Wickliffe, Ohio 



WI. 2-9170 




Best Wishes to the Class of I 964 Harold and Frank Gabriel, Jr. 




RICK'S 
MEN'S SHOP 

22572 Lake Shore Boulevard 

Euclid 23, Ohio 

AN. 1-1445 



282 



Compliments of 

WAI 
NAPOLO 




THf SWIM CLUB 



EUCLID HIGH 

DEDICATED TO SERVICE 




FOR SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY 




KEY CLUB 



284 



^rtcfemmi Sc ^tms 

FUNERAL HOMES 




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72a4-720a SuFCRiaR Ave. 
CLEVCI.AND 3, Ohio 



HENocHaoN 1-726S 



21900 Euclid Ave. 

bct. charoon a e. 331 

Euclid 17, Ohio 



IVanhoe 1-5277 



RE. 1-0200 



•hlotama flowers 



22382 Lakeshore Boulevard 
Olga Loftus Euclid, Ohio 



"Cleveland's Largest, 

Most Beautiful 

Furniture Showroom 

Featuring Contemporary Design. 



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22300 LAKESHORE BLVD. 



ANdrews 1-0800 

Ask for our Free Home Decorating Service 



CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION 

A NEW TEACHING TOOL IN THE FIELD OF 

EDUCATION 



Serviced by 




FITZGERALD'S COMMUNICATIONS & 
ELECTRONICS 



Academy of Medicine 
Brink's, Inc. 
Case Institute 
Cleveland Art Museum 
Cleveland Clinic 
Cleveland Trust Co. 
Curtiss-Wright Corp. 
Hercules Motor 
Hoover Company 
N.A.S.A. 
Osborn Mfg. Co. 
Thompson Ramo Wooldridge 
University Hospital 
Western Electric Company 
Western Reserve University 



635 East 1 85 St. 



Euclid 19, Ohio 



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MEMBER OF 
AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE 



PRESSURE CASTINGS INC. 

21500 St. Clair Avenue 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

IV. 1-5400 



Manufacturers of Aluminum 
and line Die Castings 



SAINT CLAIR CUT STONE, INC. 



19510 St. Clair Avenue 



IV. 1-2442 



Compliments of 

ZALLER'S ATLANTIC STATION 

598 East 185 St. 



Cleveland 19, Ohio 



KE. 1-9876 




P. 0. MclNTIRE CO. 

Pomco Boring Bars & Blades 

25020 Lakeland Boulevard 

Cleveland 32, Ohio 

RE 1-9300 



For gifts with a 
special meaning it's 

BASCH'S 
JEWELERS 

22780 Lake Shore 
RE 1-3132 



HILLWOOD 
MANUFACTURING 

21700 St. Clair Avenue 
KE. 1-4040 



Pizza Spaghetti Ravioli 

DI BELLA'S RESTAURANT 

Euclid at Babbitt 

Pick-a-Chick Pressure Fried Chicken 

Open 7 days 

Orders To Go 731-7446 



287 



BRIGANTI 
STUDIOS 

21099 Euclid Avenue 
IV 1-7100 








Mary Lou Gojack 



Carol Webb 





Pom Slocomb 



Barb Modlin 



Laureen Kitko 







Dave Sedmok 



Sharon Papaiko 



Tom Leilis 



Rose Balanich 







Karen Siat 



Nancy Meyers 



Linda Pawlus 



Linda Dutko 






Barb Shuber 



Jean DiPuccio 



Roger Sprochi 



Maria Vocaturo 






Diane Bone Dale Moctian Rosemary Bosetin 




Carol Grill 




Margo Schaffer 




Mary Lynn Paganie 





Joyce Medlin 







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Charles Robinson 




Jill Collins 



Diane Wilkes 



Jackie Balough 



Pat Kane 



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fOR THOSE mo CARi TO COMPARE . . . 



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Beautiful flowers for a beautiful girl. 

TUTHILL'S CANTERBURY FLORIST 

557 East 185 St. 
KE. 1-6810 



FORESBURG ENAMELING 
COMPANY 

4104 Hough Avenue 
EX. 1-9269 



THE CONTINENTAL 
PRODUCTS COMPANY 

Euclid's paint manufacturers. 

1150 East 222 St. 
KE. 1-0710 




Love, Eucuyo. 



EUCUYO 



Euclid's finest literary magazine. 



290 



With Every Good Wish To The Class Of 1964 . . . 

YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 

MAYOR Kenneth J. Sims 

JUDGE, MUNICIPAL COURT William F. Burns 

LAW DIRECTOR John F. Ray, Jr. 

ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR ...Charles A. Crown 

FINANCE DIRECTOR Anthony B. Baldwin 

PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL Harry J. Knuth 

1st WARD COUNCILMAN Willard Schutt 

2nd WARD COUNCILMAN ._ Anthony J. Lang 

3rd WARD COUNCILMAN Max Gerl 

4th WARD COUNCILMAN Frank J. Chukayne 



COUNCIL-AT-LARGE 



Anthony Sustarsic 

Frank Welling 

CHIEF OF POLICE, Frank W. Payne 



Charles W. Wade 

Joseph A. Whalen 

FIRE CHIEF, George R. Langa 




ADVERTISING INDEX 



A 

Ajax Manufacturing Co 275 

Albers and Nicol Pet Innporters 261 

Ambassador Lanes 269 

American Stamping 274 

Atlas Heating 278 

B 

Bosch's Jewelry 287 

Big Bouquet Florist 273 

Bill's Clothes 263 

Bing's Furniture 285 

Boulevard TV 279 

Brickman and Sons Funeral Home 285 

Briganti Studios 288 

Ted Brock Jeweler 279 

C 

Charlite Steak House 262 

Charterhouse Motel-Hotel 261 

Chesterfield Steel Service 262 

City Officials 291 

Clark's Food Store 274 

Community Employment Service 278 

Continental Products 290 

Craig and Sherman 277 

D 

D'Angelo's Barber Shop 263 

J. Demshar and Sons 267 

Di Bella's Restaurant 287 

Dille Road Lumber Co 268 

E 

Eaton Manufacturing Co 271 

Euclid Blue Print 273 

Euclid Body and Fender 282 

Euclid Ignition Sales and Service 275 

Euclid Key Club 284 

Euclid Lanes 275 

Euclid News Journal 263 

Euclid Race Dairy 277 

Euclid Savings Association 275 

Euclid Window Shade Co 269 

Euclidian Beauty College 266 

Eucuyo 290 

F 
Herb Fitzgerald Communication 

and Electronics 285 

Florama Flowers 285 

Foresburg Enameling Co 290 

Friedman's Jewelers 262 

G 

Gerl Construction Co 274 

Gornik's Men's Wear 263 

Grdina Hardware 267 

H 

Halle Brothers Co. Organ Dealers 273 

Hicorb Corporation 279 

Hillwood Manufacturing Co 287 

Hudson Pharmacy 273 

I 
Inter-County Title Guaranty 

and Mortgage Co. 276 

J 
Jackshaw Chevrolet 278 



Jay Dee Cleaners 269 

Jet Die and Development Co 279 

S. H. Johnston Funeral Home 273 

Clifford M. Jones Insurance Agency 265 

Carl A. Jonke Insurance Agency 265 

K 

Knafel's Shore Market 269 

Knuth Greenhouses 265 

Fred Krauss Garage 262 

L 

Lakeland Body Shop 277 

LaSalle Cleaners 267 

La Tour Oldsmobile Inc 272 

Louis Hair Stylists 265 

Lubrizol Corporation 264 

M 

Mariano's Pizza 269 

Mario's Florist 265 

Mario's Pizza 265 

P. O. Mclntire Co 287 

Missel Corporation 261 

Model Food Market ..267 

Modern Deb 268 

Multiple Realty 274 

N 

Murray P. Nicol Funeral Home 263 

Non-Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co 268 

P 

Papp's Body Shop 259 

Petric's Barber Shop 265 

Precision Optical Co 259 

Pressure Castings Inc. 286 

R 

Radix Wire Co 272 

Raimor Studios 258 

H. G. Rhodes Plumbing Co 259 

Rick's Men's Shop 282 

Roby TV and Appliance Co. 267 

Roecsh Wallpaper and Paint Co 268 

Rotary Club 270 

S 

Sims Brothers Buick 278 

Ski-Way Machine Co 269 

St. Clair Builder's Supply 275 

St. Clair Cut Stone 287 

St. Clair Savings 273 

Strekel Realty 267 

Student Council 282 

T 

L. J. Trotter Ford 264 

Tuthill's Canterbury Horist 290 

U 
Upson Realty 279 

W 

Wia Napolo 283 

Ed Wank TV Service, Inc 262 

Keith Weigle Motors 263 

Y 
Y.M.C.A. Euclid Branch 268 

Z 

Zailer's Atlantic Station 287 

Zatko Metal Products 272 



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Ronald Abrams 


Carmen Amoroso 


Kothie Boer 


Sharon Barney 


Steven Bayer 


Barb Bernlohr 


Mary BlozeV 


John Borenski 


Janis Brozalovic 


Gory Busch 


George Carter 


Lindo Christopher 


Robin Conti 


Frank Accettola 


Gail Anderson 


Gail Bohr 


Harold Barnhart 


Edward Becay 


William Bertolan 


James Blomquist 


Alice Boros 


Thomas Brown 


Dennis Bush 


Dennis Casey 


Barb Chudzik 


Leslie Cook 


Barb Adams 


Larry Anderson 


William Boiilie 


Hazel Barnhart 


Paul Beckwilh 


Raymond Betz 


Linda Bluhm 


Roderick Boswell 


Joanne Brunelle 


Karen Buynak 


Alan Castonien 


Carol Cigoy 


James Cooke 


Susan Adams 


Celestrne 


Barry Bair 


Larry Baron 


Virginia Behun 


Mory Bifro 


Dole Bock 


Frank Botz 


Diane Bryan 


Don Caldwell 


Billy Cothcart 


Helen Cimbolos 


Frances Cool 


Shirley Agrast 


Andrews 


James Bair 


Marianne Bortek 


Carol Bell 


Kathy Billings 


Ellen Boehmer 


William Boufford 


Elaine Bubonics 


Kathie Collohon 


Douglas Cathon 


Mary Clapocs 


Mary Cooney 


Unda Akraboff 


Sandra Andrulis 


Regino Baker 


Patricia Bashel 


Elaine Belpuisi 


George Bilyk 


Barb Bohinc 


Thomos Bour 


Paul Buchholz 


Bernadine 


Noreen Covan 


Shirley Cloyton 


Julianne Coppers 


Mark Alexander 


Pefer Anthony 


Phyllis Ball 


John Bastjoncic 


Rosalee Beltz 


Madeline Bir 


Karl Bohr 


Bruce Bowden 


Frank Budic 


Campbell 


Gaylo Covatino 


Bob Coalsworth 


Michael Corrigon 


Robin Alexander 


Valerie Antonick 


Ned Bolsley 


Laurel Baum 


Nancy Eleluschol 


Cheri Bisbee 


Barry Bolka 


Thomas Bowers 


Nancy Burich 


Bruce Campbell 


Patricio Cergol 


Susan Collins 


Kathleen Cotman 


Dolores Aliota 


Susan Ark 


Linda Baran 


Laura Bauman 


Kathleen Benda 


William Block 


Grace Bonanno 


Michael Boyce 


Janice Burkley 


Stephanie 


Gordon 


Henry Coltzo 


Lawrence Cotton 


Richard Almasy 


James Arnold 


Undo Baronski 


Charles Boumiller 


Gerald Bensi 


Linda Blakeley 


James Bonfonti 


Kathleen Boyd 


Patti Burlingham 


Cgrdullias 


Chapman 


Kenneth Comport 


Charles Cox 


Co Hen e Almgren 


Richord Arthur 


Ben Barbera 


Karen Baur 


James Beran 


Roy Blonkschoen 


Patricia Boots 


James Broidic 


Patricia Burnett 


Erik Carlson 


Sol Cheraso 


Ellen Connelly 


Richard Crane 


Gerald Amirault 


Alan Ashley 
Arlene Augustine 


Tommy Barbis 


Rudolph Bovec 


Ronald Berlan 


Horry Blatnik 


Flory Boreove 


George Brain 


Lynne Bury 


Corotenuto 
Ronald Carpente 
Carol Carter 


June Chiodo 
Robert Christie 


Donita Consilio 


John Crawford 






















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linda CrockeH 


Dale Debeljak 


Cheryl Dietrich 


Thomas 


Barbara Eglin 


Monica Evancic 


Donna Fink 


Judy Froncis 


John Gadish 


Michael Genoro 


Bobbie Gornick 


Robert 


Sandra Hall 


Ralph Cummtngs 


Darleen Decker 


Lawrence Dietze 


Drummon 


Nicholas Ehlert 


Barbara Everly 


Linnea 


Robert Francis 


Robert Gayle 


Robert Gephart 


Dorlene Gortz 


Gronov/ski 


Barbara 


Rosemary 


Harry Deckman 


Donald Divito 


Dione Dryer 


Albert Ehrke 


Janis Fabian 


Finlayson 


Carol Frank 


Frederick 


Paulette Gerbetz 


Harold Grohom 


Cheryl Grzsik 


Hambrick 


Czoharo 


Bill Deely 


Lois Dodds 


Frederick Dugach 


Judith Erchberger 


ChorloHe Farley 


James Fischer 


Diane Frank 


Gallagher 


Sharon Gerl 


Richard Grahonr 


Audrey Gudaitis 


Richard Hamilton 


Gerald D'Amico 


William Dei 


John Doherty 


Marsha Dunker 


David EIek 


Linda Fedor 


Virginia Fister 


Mary Friedel 


Dale Garris 


Susan Geyer 


Gary Grous 


Carlo Guild 


Sandra Hamilton 


Kenneth Danch 


Marie Demario 


Patricia Donner 


Thomas Dushak 


Marianne Ellul 


Barbara 


Paul Fitzgerald 


Dennis Friedman 


Gary Gorrity 


Cheryl Gillespie 


Robert Greene 


Lynda Gulich 


Kathleen Hanson 


William D'Anna 


Paul Dembek 


Thomas Doyle 


Daniel Dulcher 


Judith Emmert 


Feldmon 


Thomas 


Patricia Friedman 


Jeanette Gasper 


Potty Gingell 


Michael 


Linda Gutka 


George Harris 


Garry Dardis 


Brigitle Depretis 


Patricio Drake 


Sandra 


Richard England 


Wade Fennell 


Fitzpatrick 


Geroldine Friel 


Judith Gasper 


Harold Glenn 


Greenfield 


Linda Guyton 


Michael Harris 


Catherine David 


Karen DiCarro 


Robert Drenberg 


Eostobrooks 


Laurel Eppich 


Michael Fergus 


Laura Fleete 


Margaret Frye 


Andrea Gates 


Diana Glick 


Patricia Gregic 


Morcia Hace 


Robert Harrison 


EkirbeHe 


Wayne 


Karen Drenser 


Gary Ester 


Lois Erzen 


Solly Ferris 


Linda Fleete 


Albert Fuerst 


Elizabeth 


Sheryl Glicker 


Constance 


Barbara Hadda( 


Lynnelle Hasko 


Davidson 


Dickheiser 


Kathleen Drenser 


Jocqueline Ebel 


Dione Esplondiu 


Lynn Fierle 


William Forgione 


Mary Ann Fuers 


Goydos 


Carol 


Gregoric 


Jill Haddock 


William 


Kathleen Davis 


Priscilla 


Steve Drotleff 


Mary Ellen 


Rebecca 


Kathryn Filior 


William Forsythe 


Kathy Fugrna 


Georgia Geer 


Glofzerbecker 


CatheriVie 


Carol Hodyk 


Hasselboch 


Patricio Davis 


Dickinson 




Eckenrode 


Esplondiu 


Linda Finical 


Donna Frabotto 




Susan Geist 


Kathleen 


Griffith 


Christine 


Mildred Haste 


Michael Dea 


Karen Diehl 




Susan Eder 
Jon Edwardsen 






Sunday Fraley 




Wayne Geller 


Goldstein 


Elaine Grigos 
Gerald 
Grinsteod 


Hogslrond 


Paul Hauser 


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Noncy Havener 
Kathleen Hayes 
Veronica Hayes 
Stephen Heben 
Victoria Meeker 
LorettQ Heise 
William Heisler 
Donna Helmictc 
Cheryl Hencsel 
Steven 

Henderson 

David Heuer 



Lorraine Hill 



Jam 



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Jean Hitler 
Linda Himes 
Viola Hively 
Rolph HIebak 
Anthony Hocevai 
Peggy Hocevar 
Ruth Hocevar 
Marsha 

Hodokievic 
Beth Hodder 
Cheryl Hodges 



Don Hoffman 
Elizabeth Hohs 
Jeffrey Hoinski 
David Holcombe 
Thomas 

Hollowoy 
Kathryn Hoover 
Douglos Horan 
James Horgan 
Michael Horgon 
Catherine Horno 
Wllliom Hornsby 
Jerry Horton 



Jane Horvat 
Judith Howe 
Jane Howell 
Jeanne Howell 
Charles Hrastar 
Patricia Hrynak 
Starlyn Hudec 
Betty Hudson 
Brent "Huebner 
Donna Huebner 
Patricia Hull 
Anthony Humbert 



Shirley Humbert 
David Huncharek 
Gregory Hunt 
Dale Hunter 
Gary Huston 
Edward Hynes 
Chef7l lafelice 

Colleen Irwin 
Dawn Jackson 
Ronald Jackson 
Linda Jakuben 



Richard Jakubiec 
Paula Jean 
Sandra Jennison 
Eleanor Jeran 
Barbara Jerin 
Undo Jerse 
Nancy Johnson 
William Johnson 
Douglas Jones 
Donna Jonke 
Randy Jordan 
Susan Jost 



Frank Justin 
Adello Kaczur 
Richard Kaczur 
Linda Kadow 
Victoria Kolnasy 
Diane Koprosy 
Jerome Kopsch 
Gary Kapudja 
Ronald Karash 
Wayne Korberg 
Thomas Korpy 
Gregory Korr 



Leonard Korr 
Joseph Kastelic 
Mary Kastelic 
Sheryel Kovula 
Linda Keating 
Michael Kekic 
Sidney Kellerme 
Roscoe Ketley 

Edward Kenrk 
Dawn Kepets 
James 

Kermavner 



Janet Kerzisnik 
Thomas 

Kilkenney 
Gordon Kimberly 
Bruce King 
Kenneth King 
Barbara Kinsley 
Jerry Kirchner 
George Kish 
JeHrey Kish 

Kolhy Klann 
Margaret Klein 



Dianne Klemencic 
James Klopovic 
Debra Kobessen 
Ernestine Kodro 
Michele Koepp 
Bruce Koeth 
Tanya Kokal 
Christin Kolb 
Susan Kolenc 
Joseph Kordos 
Sandra Kormendi 
Alice KoskI 



Jacob Koss 
Thomas Kost 
Timothy Kost 
Barbora Kosteloc 
Kathleen 

Kostelic 
Cheryl Kostick 
Leslie Koth 
Cheryl Kotorac 

Linda Kovach 
Daniel Kovotch 
Rosemary Kozar 



Phillip Koziero 
Joseph Krajnyok 
Joyce Kramer 
Dale Krech 
Katherine Kren 
Barbara Kruger 
Mary Kuchorski 
PauleHe 

Kuchling 
Carl Kuklica 
Randolph Kuznik 



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Anthony 
LoMocchio 

LoMacchia 
Peter Lamacchic 
Bruce Lamb 
Cecilia Land 
Ronald Lanese 
Sharon Lang 
Cheryl Large 
Barbara Laser 
Sterling Loub 



Cecili 



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Loukiavich 
Sandra Laurenc 
Nan leBaron 
Paul Leber 
Carol Lebet 

Dennis LeFond 
Nick Lemmo 
Karen Leovik 

Bruce Levine 
Donna Lewis 



Naomi Lew 

Paul Llbby 

Laverne Lindic Jc 

Werner Lindquist D^ 

Phillip Lindsey Kenneth U 

Robert Linsz 

Joseph Lipko 

Darlene Lipovei 

Jerome Loncalc 
Joseph Lorek 







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Thomas Lupos 
Dave Lushin 
Manha Lybarger 
Rosanne Madeja 
Dale Mofoney 
Shirley Magnani 



Moloney Richard Mar): 



Susan Massello 
Donna Motes 
ick GoilMoHeo 
e Patricia Mattes 
J Cecilia Mavec 



Dorryl Maxwi 
Paula Moxwel 
James Mayer 

Carol Moyko Meloragno 

Michael Mayock Michoel Merr 

Marilyn McBride Sharon Metyk 

Joan Mcconocha Williom 

Catherine Mikanovich 

McGrow Carolyn 

David McKee Mikiavcic 



Doloi 



Albert Miklovic 
Joseph Mikovich 



Paul Miller 
Fred Mills 
Harvey Mills 
Cheryl Minodei 
Bob Minor 



Monoyudis 
John Mooney 
Darlene Moore 
Carolyn Morell 
Terrance Mormil 
Wayne Moster 

Mukovetz 
Sharon Murphy 
Bruce Murroy 



Joanne Myers 
Richord Myles 
Sharon Nagode 
Donna Nogy 
Cheryle Nolepa 
Barbara Nason 
David Neff 
; Goil Neithercott 
Daniel Nelson 
Sandra Nelson 
Christopher 
Nemeth 



Joseph Nemeth 
Bruce Nesbett 
Charlotte Ness 
Harry Neumann 

Neuvirth 
Sally Newman 
Raymond 

Mary Neihous 
Morgret Neitsen 



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Jam 



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Richard Novak 

O'Connell 
Antoinette Odda 
Karen Oleski 
Allen Olgiole 
Sharon 

Olshonsky 
Dennis O'Neill 
Wayne O'Neill 
Gail Onick 
Robert Ormston 
Loretta Osowski 



Carol Ostronder 
Maureene Otis 
Eleanor Ozbolt 
Nancy Ozbolt 
Carol Oznowich 
Corol Poik 
Janine Poolello 
Jeanne Popp 
Marlene Pordi 
John Parker 
Solly Porker 
Rebecca Pate 



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Walter 


Cynthia Piller 


Dorothy Pozun 


Jayne Rosk 


Terry Richards 


Mary Robinson 


Solly Routzahn 


James Soivatore 


Kathie Schmidt 


Jean Schultz 


Robert Shenkel 


William Simone 


James Soblesky 


Poulauskas 


Anita Pilotti 


Raymond Preztak 


Carol Rasmussen 


Diana Rickard 


Glenn Roesch 


Martin Roznik 


Sharyn Salvo 


Robert Schmidt 


Stephen Schultz 


Bruce Sheppard 


George Singer 


Carol Sokol 


Thomas Payne 


Donna Pisnor 


Jeanne Price 


Anthony Roftini 


Barbara Riebe 


Louis Rogaliner 


Joseph Rudd 


Virginia Sames 


Alvin Schmitt 


John Schuiz 


Roger Sheppard 


Anthony Skok 


Tfiomas Sorge 


Williom Pekol 


Michael Plavcan 


Dudley Prisel 


Chorles Raymonc 


Donald Rieder 


Judith Rohrer 


John Rudiak 


Brian Sammon 


Dawn Schneider 


Walter 


Kenneth 


Terry Skrjanc 


William Srnick 


Jacqueline 


Robert Plescio 


Carol Probert 


Christine Razum 


Frank 


Donald Rolla 


Rebecca Rupert 


Joel Sarich 


Janice Schneider 


Schuttenberg 


Sheridan 


Nancy Skupic 


Judy' Stanek 


Penner 


Susan Plummer 


David Pultorok 


Renee Redfield 


Rihtarshick 


Michael Rose 


Mary Ann Ruscin 


Susan Sarka 


Patricia 


Sandra 


Noreen Sheridan 


Loreen Slaby 


Woyne Starkey 


Robert Pennzo 


lee Pollitt 


Jane Puncoh 


Sandra Reel 


Cecilia Rinaldi 


Robert Rose 


Philomeno 


Donna Sorver 


Schneider 


Schwabauer 


Claudine 


Judith Sluga 


Kenneth Stotz 


Robert Perkins 


Mary Lou 


Doreen Pylick 


Virginia 


Lee Riser 


Alice Rosanblatt 


Ruscitto 


Gregory Sattler 


Robert Schneider 


Riki Schwartz 


Sherman 


Kirk Smee 


Oliver Steelman 


Robert Peters 


Pontoni 


James Robe 


Reichmon 


Lori Rissell 


Brian Ross 


Barbara Russ 


Linda Schorlau 


Alan Schonauer 


John ScoM 


Judith Sherwood 


Allen Smith 


Kathleen Steguro 


Kothryn Peterso 


n Stanley Popioiek 


Mary Radonich 


Joan Reiter 


Brooke Robbins 


Harry Ross 


Vicki Russell 


David Schaser 


Timothy Schott 


Lorelee Semick 


Richard Shisila 


Carol Smith 


Marie Johnna 


Undo petkovtc 


Timothy Portik 


Joan Rafter 


Donald Ressler 


Solly Robbins 


Anthony Rossi 


Sharon Rutkie 


Ellen Scheiner 


Richard Schoval 


Albert Senger 


Michael Shumor 


Leo Smith 


Steil 


Lawrence 


Jo Ann Posotiere 


Kenneth Rafter 


Jomes Retallick 


Lee Ann Robert 


Suson Rote 


Wolter Ruuska 


Kenneth 


Paula Schulte 


Raymond Sestak 


Susan Siders 


Phillip Smith 


Marc Steindler 


Petrequin 


Larry Powers 




Kathleen Rich 


Linda Robinson 




Sheryl Salisbury 


Schmeltzer 


Gary Schultz 


Eraina 


Frank Simcic 




Linda Stemple 


Glen Phillips 


















Shomonsky 


Paulo Simkins 






Greg Pike 


















Madeline 
Shontery 




























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Linda Slenroos 


Jock Strok 


Nancy Svetlic 


Sandra Torontino 


Donna Thomas 


JoAnn Travnik 


Theodore Turk 


Gordon Vehar 


Arlene Wagner 


Janice Welch 


Bob Willetl 


Douglas Woolso 


Roger Yurkovich 


Terry Stepic 


Susan Strong 


Linda Svobodo 


Down Taylor 


Thomas Thomas 


Sandra Traxler 


SondroTurkoc 


Roberl Vicic 


Neil Wagner 


Joseph Welch 


Charles Willis 


Norman Worgu 


Terence Zodille 


Rosemary 


-Lonnie Stull 


Sherry Swonn 


James Toylor 


Joseph Tilk 


Thomas Troha 


Richard Turkopp 


Eleanor Vincent 


Joonn Woichuno 


David Welsh 


Catherine Wills 


Mary Wyman 


Mary Zollor 


Stermole 


Kerry Stump 


Phyllis Sweigert 


Janice Taylor 


JoAnn Tipping 


Amy Trommetter 


Frank Udovic 


Sharon Visoky 


Deborah Wollace 


Sharon Wheeler 


Jean Winters 


Stephen Yokovo 


Carol Zoorski 


Bonnie Stevens 


Thomas Stumpf 


Ronald Szaloy 


Patricio Taylor 


Kathleen Tiizono 


Maureen Trotto 


Jean Ulle 


Dennis Vlach 


Jonis Wallace 


Judy Whighom 


Warren Wirtz 


Joyce Yonchor 


Philip Zeitr 


James Stika 


Timothy Stupica 


Lowrence Today 


Bernard Tekavec 


Eltrude Tolor 


Joseph Trunkely 


Borbaro Union 


Stephon Vodilla 


Cothleen Wossil 


Laurel Whitoker 


Peggy 


Rollin Yonchor 


Barbara Zele 


John Stiscak 


Rosalind Stuzen 


Michael Today 


Milo Templeton 


Phillip Toloro 


Jan Tuckermon 


Alan Uronis 


Craig Voll 


Daniel Wotkins 


Ronnie White 


WiMenmyer 


William Yoncho 


Josette Zgonc 


Doneil Stocker 


Sandra Sulen 


Victoria Tokocs 


Marion Tercek 


Allen Tolchinsky 


William 


Michael 


Alan Voss 


David 


Judith Whitney 


Gary 


Virginia Yapel 


Judith Zivkovich 


Dudley Stoer 


Preston 


Mary Jo 


Glenn Tewell 


Eileen Tolchinsky 


Tuckermon 


VanDeveer 


George 


Wotterman 


Carol Whittoker 


Wohlgemuth 


Christine Yates 


Patricio 


Douglas Stout 


Suminguit 


Tomborrello 


Sharon Thorp 


Joseph Toth 


Edward 


Deborah 


Vronekovic 


Kenneth Watts 


Tom Wickizer 


Carol Wojcik 


Edward Yauger 


Znidorsic 


Cathy Stroughan 


Marilyn Surtz 


Marie Toncredi 


Michael Thayer 


John Trautmon 


Tulouskas 


VanKorngot 


Diane Vunderinl 


Robert WoHs 


Gail Wicks 


Timothy Wolf 


Arthur Yerty 


Carol Znider 


Margaret Streka 


Dennis Sutton 


Oinoh 


Charlotte Thomas 


Lyn Troven 


Carol Tumolo 


James 


Joanne Vyskocil 


Marie Ann 


Paul Willetf 


Jonis 


Anthony Young 


Donald Zolinski 


Linda Strnad 


John Sutfin 


Tonnenbaum 
Diane Tarontino 






Rita Tumulty 
Judith Turk 


Vo^Tilburg 
Williom 

Vantilburg 
Dennis Vargo 


William Wade 


Weber 
Patricia Weber 




Wolfenberg 
Margaret 

Wonnocort 
Don Woodruff 




Robert Zonor 



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Phyllis Abazia 
Robert Abbott 
Corl Aiken 
Diane Aitken 
Denise Alecci 



Thoi 



sAllei 



Samuel Amoto 
Jack Ambrose 
Herbert 

Anderson 
Chuck Andrus 
Judy Aqullano 
Evelyn Archacki 



Eileen Arnold 
Thomos Arvidson 
Richard Alen 
Kenneth Aubel 
Bonnie Aucelli 
Karen Aufmuth 
Janet Avery 
Linda Axford 
Michael Ark 
Keith Bailey 
Doris Baitt 
Barbara Baker 



Susc 



I Bakei 



Richard Baldini 
Wayne Ballentint 
George Barabas 
Donna Barbre 
Sandra Barker 
Susan Barnes 
Steve Barnett 
Thomas Bornhorl 
Thomas Barrett 
Cheri Borlos 
Beverly Batic 



Bruce Boumgardt 
Thomas Bavec 
David Beaumont 
Larry Beck 
Donna Beechuk 
Patricio Beeman 
Kit Beery 
Philip Beining 
Arlene Bell 
David Bell 
Ted Bending 
Craig Benedict 



Rosanne Beni 
Joseph Bensi 
Karen Benso 
Christine 

Beradinis 
Richord Beres 
Elizobeth Beretic 
Sharon Bergant 
Richard Berger 
Thomas Bernlohr 

Caroline Bernston 
Frank Berus 
Dennis 

Berzinskas 



Poul Bessel 
Babs Bessire 
Sally Beutell 
Eileen Biedermc 
Marilyn Bilicic 
Larry Bilski 
Samuel Black 
John Biakeslee 
Carol Blattau 

Blumenstein 
Jomes Boag 
Craig Boehike 



Cathy Boich 
Charlotte Bokal 
Ralph Boomer 
I Bruce Bowden 
Chris Braden 
Margo Bradford 
Ronald Brondich 
Kothleen 

Brannon 
Walter Braun 
Lenny Brazee 
Gayle Brendorfer 
Connie Bretton 



Richard Brewer 
Thomas Brewer 
Paul Bright 
Darlene Brodnrk 
Janet Brooks 
Joan Brooks 
Cheryl Brown 
Debra Brown 
William Bryant 
Dee Ette Bryant 
Barbara Buda 
Nancy Burich 



Frank Burk 
Laraine Burke 
James Burnett 
John Burns 
Kathy Butt 

Butterfield 
Patricio 

Buzikowski 
Larry Bydash 
Sandra Coble 
Sally 

Codwallader 
Frank Colavitto 
Donita Cameron 



Richard Comino 
James Campbell 
Skip Campbell 
Ronald Capretti 
Diane Corducci 
Ruth Carlson 
Frank Corotenuto 
Sandra 

Carpenter 
Kristen Carter 
Mary Cavon 
Benjamin Cavell 
Michael Cavell 



Dennis Cebul 
Phillip Cebiilar 
Bernadine Cergol 
Dennis Cerne 
Joanne Cesnik 

Sandra Chopos 
Joyce Chisholm 
Marie Cholewicki 
Borbara Chudzik 
Robert 

Ciammaichello 
Ann Gmbolo; 



Donna Ciomek 
Joan Clark 
Bob Clasen 
Maureen 
Clemence 



Coddington 

Kenneth Coleman 

Victor Colombi 

I Potricia Colt 

Mary Comello 

Linn Con ley 



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Bob Coode 
Sharon Cook 
Roseann Cooney 
Fred Cooper 
Terry Cooper 

Connie Coppers 
James Corbeft 
Kothy Courter 
Richard Courtney 
Cheryl Cradis 
Barb Crain 



Douglas Cure 
Angela Cutrone 

Czaplicki 
Russell Czomba 
Robert Dacor 
James Dadonte 
Kenneth Danch 
Cheryl Darling 
Andrea Daskivich 
Cathrine David 



James Devney 
Karen DiBiom 
Dale Dieckmi 
Carol Diehl 



Grubac 
Linda Grugel 
Raymond Grycan 
Gail Gulbenkian 
Susan Gulich 



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Patricia Gullo 


Undo Horgas 


Dianne 


Lou Hodokievic 


Judith Hull 


Jean Iwanski 


Judy Jones 


Lourel Kellogg 


Jeffrey Kinsey 


Beth Kno;i 


Bofboro Koss 


Robert Kruck 


Leonard Longe 


Gerald Gustie 


Sharyn Harrison 


Hermsdorfer 


Diono Hodgson 


Lynn Humphrey 


Geroidine 


Richard Kodunc 


Roberta Kelly 


Ralph Kirchener 


Claudio Kocher 


Allan Kostreba 


Ernest Krysty 


Laura Lanser 


Alfredo 


Marjorie Hort 


Eric Hertfelder 


Carol Hoffman 


Hilary Hunn 


Jablonski 


Nancy Kanner 


Laura Kempert 


Douglas Kirchne 


<r Oily Koger 


John Kovalch 


Kenneth 


Elaine Lapinskas 


Gutierrez 


Karen Hortman 


Richard Hess 


Jon Hoffmeyer 


Kathleen Hunter 


Bill James 


Carole Kopel 


Richard Kershov 


/ Thomas Kirchne 


r Cynthia Kohler 


Marilyn Kozak 


Kucharski 


John Latch 


Eileen Haase 


Stephen Halros 


Douglas Hibbard 


Thomas Hoppert 


Linda Hunter 


Helene Jomin 


Kenneth Kopley 


Sandra Kessler 


Gory Kleckner 


Kathleen 


Robert Kozlevcai 


r Wayne Kukla 


Irene Laukiavicti 


William 


Kathleen 


Donna Hido 


Jacqueline Hovon 


1 Gary Hyde 


Joseph 


Linda Karlan 


Tom Kevern 


Marjorie Klein 


Kolmorgen 


David Krai 


James KurrenI 


Michael Lovigno 


Hagslrand 


Haviland 


Charlotte 


Carol Howe 


Anthony 


Joszkewicz 


Linda Kasunic 


Michoel Keyes 


Laura Klemenc 


Frances Komor 


Frank Krone 


Valerie Kust 


Gory Lovorgna 


Tom Halbedel 


Gale Heighten 


Hildebrand 


Timothy Howe 


locofano 


Dennis Jean 


Sylvia Kasunic 


Robert Kibier 


Frederick 


Michael Kopoch 


Kathleen Krich 


Patricia Kwieciet 


1 Frances Loznik 


Lynda Hole 


Janice Heinlein 


Connie Hill 


Janet Hribor 


Linda locofano 


Kathleen Jelenic 


Kathleen Kavon 


Janice Kice 


Klemencic 


John Koracin 


John Krieger 


Karen Lackner 


Robert Leggote 


Linda Halt 


Kathleen Heisler 


Erva Hitchcox 


Kenneth Hrovat 


Patricia 


Cynthia Jerobek 


Steve Kay 


Robert Krlroy 


Sharon Klocker 


Ronald Koren 


Barbara Krippnei 


■ Elizabeth 


Nancy Lehman 


Ely Holler 


Barbara Helmicit 


William Hitty 


Terry Hughes 


Infantolino 


Carl Jernejcic 


Martin Kelley 


Marilyn King 


Mary Klosky 


Terry Korosec 


Kotherine Kronk 


Lamocchio 


Vicky Lehman 


Kathleen Halos 


Karen Anderson 


Donno Hocevar 


Wanda Hughes 


Anthony Ipavec 


Patsy Jobe 


William Kelley 


Guy Kingsley 


Mtchele Kmet 


John Korthals 


Karen Kropf 


Gory Ltamb 


John Lehr 


Charles Hammen LoreHo Henilcmon 


. Dennis Hocevar 




Robert Iseman 


Elizabeth 






Susan Kneiss 


Rosanne 




John Lamb 




Joan Hans 




Barbara 
Hockenberry 




Joyce Ivins 


Johnson 
Russell Johnson 








Korzunoski 




Thomas Lomont 


























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301 




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Dominic Lemmo 
Diane Lenorcic 
Martha 

Leonhardt 
James Leppert 
Robert 

Leskiewicz 
Diane Leufbecke 
Carol Lewis 
Douglas Lilley 
Michael Lindsey 
Jean Link 
Nancy Linsley 



Ida Lisuzzo 
David Livesay 

Thomas Loesch 
Joonne Logar 
Mauree 

Lohmeyer 

Suzanne Lohrey 

r Richard Lokor 

JoAnne Lonchar 

Michael Long 



Mary Ann Lovick 
Mary Lowry 

Holly Lucas 
Robert Lucci 
Kathleen Luckoy 
Carolyn Luich 
Betty Luksic 
Morcella Lushin 
Craig MocDonold 
Karen 

MacDonald 
Harriet Mack 



James Mack 
Paulette Mack 
Donna Magri 
Deboroh Mahony 
Maureen 

Mahoney 
Dennis Malenda 
Robert Malinak 
Charles Mallue 
James Malnar 
Gail Moloney 
Connie Mandel 
Connie Mantey 



Shore 



Marr 



Mary Marolt 
Jack Marron 
Charlene Marsey 
Thomas Mortic 

Martinsen 
Patricia Mostro 
Dennis Motko 
Sandra Mattes 
Carol Maupln 



Edward Mauser 
Karen Mowson 
Bonnie McArthui 

McCartney 
Susan McCain 
James McConch< 
Paulette 

McCulloch 



Edward Paul Miller 

McMohon Ronald Miller 

Dionne Mekedis William Miller 

Irene Melnikas Louis Milone 

Robert Mervor Thomas Mitchel 

William Metcalf Judie Mitchell 



s Monoyudis Palncia Mulhotl 
le Mooney Jomes Murray 
een Moore Roger Murray 



Kenneth Moore 
Michael Moore 
Donna MoreHi 



Sha 



icGill 



Robert McKenzi 
Roberta 

Henry McLean 

Borbara 
McMohon 



JoAnne Mikia 
Bruce Miller 
Craig Miller 
Geoffrey Mill 
James Miller 



Joseph Mustor 
Geraldine Myer 



i Moenich Dorlene Morgan Peter Nagode 
Cynthia Nagy 
Janet Nainiger 



Thoi 

Carol Moffett Terry Morgar 

JoneHe Moichak Robert Morri; 

Margaret Gayle Moskowitz Robert Noki 

Molinaro Kathryn Moulder Goil Nordy 

Martha Molnar Jeffrey Mueller Marlene No 
Frank Monateri 



Lowrence Naylor Patricio Obers 
LeeAnn Neil Kathleen 

Leslie Nelson O'Connell 

Ofciarcik 
Morilyn Ogrir 
Skip Olds 



John Nemeth 



Calvin Packard 



Christ 



■ Podo 



Joseph Noch 
Cheryl Noda 
Bernodene 

Novak 
Rita Novak 
Judith Novinc 



Ann Olosky 



Richard Page 
Mike Paladino 
Ronald Pales 
Denise Omerzo Christine Paify 
Gina Onderdonk Charlotte 
Karen O'Neill Palivoda 

Wayne Opalk Michael Paiko 
Geraldine 



302 



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«l^£ 



John Palmer 


Paul Pavlik 


Susan Perko 


James Petty 


Carol Pohly 


Andrew Prokop 


Michael Rechne 


Teresa Richmont 


Wayne Rohrich 


Harvey Rubin 


Sandra Saletel 


Robert Schneid 


er Margaret 


Linda Palmer 


Tom Pavlik 


James Perry 


Gertrude Philipp 


Andre Polsinelli 


Judy Pungerchar 


Thomos Reed 


Robert Riebe 


Anthony Roman 


Janet Rudd 


Donald Sanders 


Carolyn Schott 


Shannon 


Joann Pannetta 


Judith Pearce 


Joann Perry 


Charles Phillips 


Teresa Popovic 


Karen 


Diane Regovic 


Gary Riedel 


Richard Rose 


Marlene Ruder 


James Sonker 


Richard 


Linda Shemitz 


Jeffrey Papaiko 


Kathryn Pearson 


Barbara Petek 


Amy Picciono 


Patricia Popovich 


Pungerchar 


Georgia Reiche 


Thomas Rieder 


Kenneth 


Pomelo Rudiok 


John Sos 


Schroeder 


Susan 


Linda Papp 


James Peck 


Mary Petelinkar 


Linda Picozzi 


Diane Powers 


Lois Pyle 


Ralph Reichman 


Donna 


Rosenthal 


Michael Ruscin 


Chester Saunway 


Thomas 


Shemkunas 


Noncy ParoHo 


David Peek 


James Petersen 


Sheila Pierce 


Darlene Pragacy 


Dennis Race 


Susan Reider 


Rihtarshich 


Christine Ross 


Gerold Russ 


Thomas Saylor 


Schultheis 


Arthur Sherwood 


Philip Parkhurst 


Romaine Penkala 


Richard Peterson 


Rose Pink 


Harold Prasek 


Ed Racich 


Judy Reinke 


Margaret Rinas 


Elaine Rossi 


Marie Ruth 


Cathy Scheiner 


Fred Schuti 


James Sintic 


Lawrence 


Joseph Penny 


Jean Petkovsek 


Nora Piper 


Daniel 


Linda Ralls 


William 


David Robb 


Anthony Rossi 


Loreen Sabol 


Donna Schervish 


Donold Schullz 


Janis Sippola 


Parziale 


Amy Percic 


Frank Petrick 


Phyllis Piper 


Praznovsky 


Beverly Ranney 


Renninger 


Anthony Roberts 


Korel Rossow 


Janice Sabot 


Ronald Schervish 


Eric Schultz 


Modelyn Skitzki 


Nancy Patrick 


John PerekstQ 


John Petruzzi 


Larry Plesnicor 


Betty Preston 


Carrie Ratzman 


Marilyn Renz 


Gwen Roberts 


Kenneth Rowe 


Robert Sodler 


Pamela 


Martha Schwa 


z Kathleen Skonier 


Allen PaHerson 


Nick Perencevich 


Bonnie Pettek 


Joseph Plovock 


Horold Price 


Stephanie 


Margaret 


Linda Roberts 


Bonnie Rozman 


Betty Safreed 


Scheurmon 


Janet Scribner 


Sonja Skrij 


Sarah Patterson 




Joyce Pettit 


Alvin Podboy 


Linda Price 


Ravnahrib 


Reynolds 


Michael Robey 


Martin Roznik 


Patricia Sajna 


Laura Schlegel 


David Semick 


Ronald Skully 


Robert Paulsen 








Peggy Price 


Denis Roy 
Donald Raybuck 


Doreen Ricci 
Judy Richards 


John Roe 


Sharon Roznik 




Dennis Schmaltz 


Morion Severin 
Loran Shaffer 

junior 


Sharon Skupic 
Karl Slaybaugh 

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Roberta Slusser 


Geraldine 


Barbara Stefanil 


<. Mory Lou Strekal 


Bonnie Swanson 


Michael Thayer 


Karen Tomoletz 


Cheryl Tucci 


Douglas Uchbor 


Carolyn Vargo 


Richard Walters 


Lynn Wehagen 


Darlene Widlick 


Donna Smith 


Somrak 


David Stegh 


Al Sfrohen 


Leroy Swanson 


Patricio Theil 


Diane ToHen 


Lawrence Tucci 


Betty Ufholz 


Craig Vernick 


Cheryl Wolton 


Eriko Wendel 


David Wilber 


Gary Smith 


Veronica Somra. 


k Richard Stegura 


James Struna 


Ray Sweigert 


Tom Theis 


William Town 


Sharon Tucci 


Bernice Ulizzi 


Kothryn Vernon 


Glenn Walworth 


Joan Wendorff 


Linda Wilcoxon 


Norma Smith 


Judy Sonntag 


Cheryl Steigouf 


Susan Struna 


Thomas Switzer 


Cheryl Thomas 


Bruce Travis 


Jeffrey Tucker 


Timothy Ullom 


Kenneth Vesey 


Borbora Ward 


John 


David Wilder 


Susan Smith 


Anthony Spilor 


Mary Lou Steize 


r Richard Subel 


Ernest Szabo 


Kenneth Thomas 


Dorrell Trebec 


Thomas Tumbry 


Thomas Ullom 


Gerald Vkolo 


Susan Warner 


Wertenberger 


Carleen Will 


Josephine Smrdel 


Calhy Spino 


Craig Stenger 


Geraldine 


Koren Tabb 


Sharon Thomas 


Terry Trebec 


John Turkopp 


John Ulstrom 


Janet Vovko 


Robert Warren 


Karen Weseli 


Dorothy Will 


Charlotte Snable 


Frank Spino 


Roger Stepp 


Sullivan 


Shirley Torontin. 


5 Barbara Thorpe 


Kothryn Troop 


Patricia 


Sandra Urbancic 


: Carol Vranekovic 


: Robert Warzin 


Robert Whitacre 


Walter Will 


Arlene Snitzky 


Judith Springer 


Rolph Stibley 


Roy Sullivan 


Henry Tekancic 


Leonard Tichy 


Timothy Troyer 


Turopolac 


William Vadnal 


Barbara Vrh 


Nancy Woschura 


Marilyn White 


Margaret Wills 


Joann Snowbrick 


Jane Stahl 


Joseph Stih 


Dennis Sustarsic 


John Tekovec 


Sally Tiedmon 


Karen Truesdale 


James Turpin 


Nancy Valince 


Darlene Vukcevii 


: Victoria 


Diane Whiteman 


Gayle Wilson 


Kitty Soeder 


Richard 


Oione Stocker 


Foye Svenwol 


Edward Tekovic 


Linda Tiffany 


Carolynn Tryon 


Connie Tuthill 


Raymond 


Gayle Walker 


Washner 


Wayne Wiblin 


Linda Wilson 


Barbara Soeder 


Stonbaugh 


Edward Stopko 


Susanne Svirsky 


Mary Lyn Terchei 


c Alan Tolway 


Timothy Tryon 


Gilbert Tutino 


Vanooyen 


Terry Wallace 


Donna 


Patricia Wicheff 


Mary Wince 


William Somers 


Karen Stonley 
Susan Stanley 
Bonnie Storman 


Victor Strouss 


David Swaddell 
Sarajane Swaney 


Down Tetrick 


Donna Tomko 


Sharon Tucceri 


Kathleen Tyler 
Oralee Tyler 


Kenneth Von 
Deveer 

Maryonn Vordiar 


William Walsh 


Waterwash 
Linda Watson 
Stephen Watson 


Joyce Wichert 
Robert Wickes 


Todd Winder 



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Joanne York Robert Yuhos Diane Zadravec Kathleen Zaietel Richard Zawack Martin Zifko Thomas 

Lorraine Young Elizabeth Elaine Zakrajsek Joseph Zarr Donold Zgonc Sherry Zimmerma 

Zadnikar Zimmerman Borbora 

Zmijewski 



Scott Winsor Joyce Edward 
John Wirick Wohlgemuth Yanulailis 

Jeannette Cheriyn Wood Richard Yeckley 

Wohlgemuth Connie Wotring Joyce Yerty 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Stanley Dritz, Vice-President; Dale Gregorin, Treasurer; 
Carl Jernejcic, President; Charlotte Hildebrand, Secretary. 




junior index 305 



SENIOR INDEX 



JUDITH ANN ADAMCZEWSKI Judy 

Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 3. 

JOHN M. ADKINS John 

Camera Club 2. 

DIANE RAE ALEXANDER Crickef 

Friendship Club 2. 

PATRICIA KAY ALEXANDER Pal 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Junior Cabinet 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Usher 2; Student Council Alternate 3; Stu- 
dent Council 4. 

THOMAS ANDREW ALJANCIC Tom 

Concert Band 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Letter- 
men 3,4; Marching Band 2; Baseball 2,3,4. 70, 95, 
156 

CAROLE BRADFORD ALLEN Carole 

Choral Masters 3,4; Executive Board 4; Friendship 
Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; Treas- 
urer 4; P.A. Club 2,3; Senior Scandal 4; Student 
Council 2,4; Spectrum 4; N.F.L. 4. 130, 131, 138, 162, 
163. 



SUSAN JANE ALLEN 
Friendship Club 3,4. 150 



Ailen 



DAVID EDWARD AMOS Dove 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3,4; Concert Band 3,4; 
Gym Leader 4; Marching Bond 3,4; Orchestra 4; Pep 
Band 3,4; Indoor Track 3; Transferred to Euclid in 
Jr. year. Collinwood Clubs: Track 2; Choral Club 2; 
Concert Bond 2; Marching Band 2; Key Club 2; F.T.A. 
2; Student Council 2; Orchestra 2; Hall Guard 2; 
Gym Leader 2. 136, 138 

JOHN CHARLES AMOS John 

A.F.S. 3; Big Show 3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Sdo Clar- 
inet 4; Chevron Society 3,4; Marching Bond 3,4; 
Orchestra 4; Pit Bond 3,4; Student Council 4; Spec- 
trum 3,4; Language Department Program 3,4; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Jr. year. Collinwood Clubs: Col- 
lege Club 2; Big Brothers & Sisters 2; Student Council 
2; F.T.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Chairman 2; March- 
ing Bond 2; Concert Band 2; Gym Leader 2. 131, 
132, 136, 137 

SUSAN L. ANDERSON Susie 

E-Room Activities 3,4; Euclid Choir 3,4; Euclidian 
Representative 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Home- 
coming Attendant 2,4; Junior Cabinet 3; Junior Class 
Secretary 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2; 
Survey Representative 2,3; Usher 3; N.F.L. 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2. 85, 141, 149 

CAROL LYNN ANDREWS^ Carol 

Euclidian Representativ9!%;/ Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.N.A. 3,4; Hall Guard ||ianor Study Hall 2; Usher 
2; World Affairs Club iSrClinic Secretory 3,4; Pan- 
ther Block 4; N.H.S. 4. 150, 153, 156 



DENNIS ANTONICK 



MYRON APPLE 
Football 2. 



JOHN F. ATEN 



Denn 
Plu 



John 



ALISON AUGUST A^^^^^ Alison 

Euclidian Editoriol Staff"|CSopy Editor 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 3; Eucu'ySKtB^presentative 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,Mjk.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 
2; Usher 2; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.SI 4; N.F.L. 4. 122, 144, 153 

TERRY J. BABER Terry 

STUART STEPHEN BABIN Stu 

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

DIANA L. BACON Socon 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 

DENNIS E. BADE Bruiser 

Bowling 4; Baseball 4; Transferred to Euclid in Sr. 



year. Marsholl Clubs; Bowling 2; Hall Guard 2,3; 
Latin Club 2; P.A. Announcers 3; Spanish Club 3; 
Baseball 3; Jr. Class Ploy 3; Newspaper 2,3; Soph. 
Eng. Club 2. 100 



DANIEL EDWARD BAER 
Foreman's Club 4. 158 



JAMES J. BAGOCIUS 



Dan 



JOHN P. BAILEY Beetle 

Chorol Masters 3,4; E-Room Activities 2,3; Boys' Glee 
Club 2. 138 



WILLIAM R. BAILEY 



JACQUELINE S. BALOGH 
Friendship Club 2. 



Bayloo 



JAY ALAN BAMMERLIN Crash 

Big Show 3,4; Choral Masters 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; 
Marching Band 2,3,4. 138 

PAUL BANASZEK Paul 

JOANNE P. BARAN Joanne 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4; N.F.L. 4. 
150 

JAMES M. BARANOWSKI Boron 

PATRICIA J. BARBATO Potty 

MARILYN F. BARBIC Marilyn 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Student 
Council 3; Panther Block 4. 150 

SYLVIA JANE BARCOVIC Syl 

Friendship Club 3,4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; Latin 
Club 2; Majorette Club 3; Senior Scandal 4; World 
Affairs Club 4; Ski Club 4; Panther Block 4. 130, 150, 
156, 160 

DAVID LEONARD BARNES Dove 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3; Football 2,3; 
Student Council 2. 

KENNETH ROGER BAR^g^^ Ken 

Choral Masters 4; EucuflSJtepresentative 3; Honor 
Study Hall 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; jKey Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Survey Editorial Staff 2,%MfJZo-Ed\lor 4; Tennis 2,3,4; 
Wrestling 2. 101, 126, 138, 152, 156 



KENNETH J. BATEMAN 



GERALD N. BAUM 
Eucuyo 2. 



Ken 



Jerry 



WILLIAM W. BEACHAM 6i// 

Key Club 2,3,4; Secretary 3,4; Leltermon 2,3; Letter- 
man's Club 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3; Cross Country 
2,3; N.A.S.S. 2,3,4. 91, 156 



MARCY A. BECKER 



Marcy 



BARBARA A. BECKWITH Barb 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 3; F.N.A. 4; Prom 
Committee 3; World Affairs Club 4. 149, 156 

ELAINE BARBARA BEGAiKte7 Elaine 

Euclidian Representotif^fpn Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.T.A. 2,3; Senior SconS^I)^ Student Council 4; Sur- 
vey Representative 3; S^SiSm 4; World Affairs Club 
4; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette qub 2,3; N.H.S. 4. 130, 131, 
153, 156 

JAMES J. BELANICH Jim 

ROSE MARIE BELANICH Rose 

Ad Club 2,3,4; E-Room Activities 3; Euclidian Ad Staff 
3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 3; Co-op 
Student 4; World Affairs Club 3. 164 



DONALD R. BELJAN Beover 

Assemblies 2; Gym Leader 3; Student Council 3; 
Swim Team 2,3; Senior Cabinet 4. 

GAIL M. BELL Gail 

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

RONALD W. BENO Ron 

E-Room Activities 4; Movie Club 2; Swim Team 2,3,4; 
Library Monitor 3. 108 

DANIEL WILLIAM BENTLEY Dimples 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Homecoming Escort 4; 
Key Club 2,3,4. 125, 156 



DARLENE GAYLE BENVENUTO 
Friendship Club 2,3. 



Dolly 



NILS H. BERGLUND Nils 

Hall Guard 3; P.A. Club 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Boys' 
Glee Club 2. 102, 158 

RAYMOND G. BERMOND Ray 

A.F.S. 3; Football 3; Gym Leader 3; Baseball 4; Trans- 
ferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 



GARY M. BERNSTEIN 

Eucuyo 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 4. 130, 144 



Gary 



BARBARA JAN BILYK Bort 

Euclid Choir 4; Euclidian Representative 3; F.N.A. 
3,4; G.A.A. 2. 141, 149 



HAROLD I. BLACKBURN 



Blarky 



JAMES ALAN BLANKSCHAEN Jim 

Cadet Bond 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3; Lettermon's Club 
2,3; Marching Band 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 
2,3,4. 87, 89, 91 

MARLENE M. BLATNIK^'- "~ Mor 

Big Show 3; Friendship C&6^ 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Prom CO^^tee 3; G.L.C. 3; World 
Affairs Club 4; N.H.S. 4TyT33, 156 

SUSAN ANN BLATNIK . ^ , Sue 

Friendship Club 2,3,4;^j;~A^4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; I.Q.S. 3S'^A- -*; N.H.S. 3,4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Co-MHor 4; Spectrum 4; Usher 
3; World Affairs Club"^ United Appeal Student 
Committee 4. 126, 131, 144, 150 

DENNIS R. BLUHM Dennis 

KURT GERHART BLUMENSTEIN Stein 

Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball 2,3. 

MICHAEL JOHN BOCSKEY Mike 

MARY ELLEN BOGATAY Bogs 

Cheerleader 2,3; Correspondence Secretary 3; E-Room 
Activities 4; Girls' Gle,e_j:Uib 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; 
Euclidian Representati^e'^^iST Eucuyo Representative 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L:e'.-:-a,4; Executive Board 4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; P.A. Club 2J iK Announcer 2,3; Student 
Council 2,3; Survey Repffentotive 2,3; Ski Club 4; 
Girls' Varsity Basketball "2,4; Girls' Varsity Volley- 
ball 4; Buckeye Girl's State Representative 3; Senior 
Cabinet 4. 141, 152, 160, 162 

BONNIE LEE BOLDIN Bon 

Choral Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 
3; Friendship Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Junior Cabinet 
3. 138, 150 



DIANE LYNN BONE 
Friendship Club 3. 

DONNA MARIE BONE 
Friendship Club 2,3. 

MARY LOU BOOTH 

SANDRA LOUISE BORCjS 
Cadet Band 2,3,4; Fr^e 
G.A.A. 2; Marching Bcfe 
chestro 3,4; Swim Club^ 



Des 



Mary 



LINDA JEAN BELAVICH 



Windy 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 131, 136, f53, 161 



3SwT Sandy 

^'ip Club 3; F.T.A. 2,3; 
^^i;3,4; Movie Club 2; Or- 
4; Spectrum 4; Swim Show 



ROSEMARY H. BOSETIN Rosemary 

Ad Club 2,3,4; E-Room Activities 3; Euclid Choir 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3,4; Cabinet 3,4; F.N.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Holl Guard 3; Majorette Club 2,3; 
Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2,3; Usher 3; Ski 
Club 4. 149, 150, 151, 160, 164 

JEANNE LOUISE BOYD Jeonnie 

E-Room Activities 3. 

WALTER S. BOYER Wo/t 

SHIRLEY ANN BRADACK Shir/e/ 

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

BARBARA M. BRADFORD Barb 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; Friendship Club 
2,3; G.A.A. 2; Swim Club 2,3,4; President 4; Usher 3; 
Swim Show 2,3,4; Swim Codel 2,3,4. 141, 161 



DONALD C. BURHENNE 
JAMES A. BURICH 
Science Seminar 3,4. 154 



Don 
J/m 



CHARLENE M. BRANDICH 



JANET CAROL BRAZALOVICS 
Friendship Club 2,3; Co-op Student 4. 



Chor 
Jan 



KAREN ELIZABETH BREEN Rabbit 

Cadet Bond 1; Choral Masters 4; Euclid Choir 3; 
Friendship Club 3; Marching Bond 2. 138 

DENISE DOLORES BRENNAN Denise 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 

THOAAAS D. BRENNANj:::^^:;;^ ''om 

Homecoming Stadium -B^tefations 4; Lettermen 2,4; 
Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; NH;S. 3,4; Student Council 
2; Treasurer 3; Executivejoord 3,4; Swim Team 2,3,4; 
Standards Committee 3;' ^jrack 2,3; Swim Show 2,3,4. 
108, 133, 161 

MICHELE FAITH BRESKySIT^ Michele 

Eucuyo 3; Euclidian Business Staff 3,4; Euclidian 
Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2; Honor Study^ll 2; I.Q.S. 4; Usher 2; 
N.H.S. 4. 125, 144, 1531 

ROGER ALLEN BREZEC Breezy 

Lettermon 3,4; Track 3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4. 87, 89 

ELLEN PRESTON BRIGDEfT:^ El 

Student Council Book Store 3; Euclidian Business Staff 
4; Euclidian Training Cif)b'3r Euclidian Representative 
3; Friendship Club 2,3;V4teA. 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 
4; Student Council 3. 123, 133, 144, 152 

JACQUELINE THERESEjBRQWN Jockie 

Assemblies 2,3; ChorofSiCqslers 3,4; Chevron Society 
2,4; Euclidian Businesi'^tiW 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Hall Guard 2,3-^^h Club 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; 
I.Q.S. 4; Orchestra 2,3,4jl25, 136, 138, 144, 152 

MARGARET CATHERINE BROWN Margie 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Eucuyo 4; Friendship Club 2,3; 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 3; Student Council 2; Mojorette 
Club 3. 130 



CHERYL A. BROWNING 



Cheryl 



DIANE MARIE BRULE Dione 

Cadet Bond 2,3,4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; 
Marching Band 2,3,4; Usher 3; Friendship Style Show 
Model 3. 148 

BONNIE LOUISE BUDAS Bonnie 

Big Show 2; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Business Stoff 
4; Euclidian Training CUfb-3; Euclidian Representa- 
tive 2,3; Eucuyo Representolive 3; Friendship Club 
2,3; Fall Play 2; G.A.A.' _?,3,4; G.L.C. 3,4; Historion 
4; Panther 4; Senior Stc^tretal 4; Copy Editor 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2,3; Surve)(| Business Staff 2,3; Survey 
Representative 2,3; Spriing Ploy 2; Thespian Club 
2,3,4; Usher 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 4. 
125, no, 144, 153, 162, 164 



DONNA MARIE BUDINSKY 
Friendship Club 2,3. 



Pooch 



EDWARD ALBERT BUGOS Bogs 

Big Show 2,3; E-Room Activities 3; Foreman's Club 
3; Football 3,4; Gym Leader 3,4; Play Night 3; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 2,3. 70 



JOHN LEWIS BURKHART John 

Biology Club 3,4; Cadet Band- 2; Marching Bond 2; 
Usher 4; World Affairs Club 2,4; Political Affairs 
Club 4. 156, 163 

KAREN LOUISE BURNS KMy 

Book Store 2,3; Choral Masters 3,4; Majorette Club 
2,3. 138 

LINDA LEE BURRIS Burns 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3,4; Friendship 
Club 2; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 4. 141, 162 

FRANK CALABRO Frank 

Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 

JOSEPHINE CAPRETTI Jo 

Friendship Club 2,3; Co-op Student 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Concessions 3. 

ELLEN LOUISE CARLSON EWen 

Choral Masters 4; Eucuyo 2,3; Euclidian Representa- 
tive 3; Eucuyo Representative 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Holl 
Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Student Council 2; 
Swim Club 2. 138 



LESLIE T. CARLSON 
Wrestling 3. 



GARY E. CARPENTER 
CONSTANCE L. CARROLL 



EDWARD H. CARROLL 
Footboll 2,3. 



T.C. 

Gary 

Connie 

Ed 



JOELL CARRUTHERS Jo 

Friendship Club 3,4; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 
4. 148, 150, 160 

GEORGE E. CASEY Ben 

Homecoming Escort 4; Basketball Intramurals 3; Key 
Club 3,4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 156 



Lynn 
3; F.B.L.A. 2,3; 



LINDA CEBRON 

Ad Club 3; Euclidion Repr. 

Co-op Student 4. 

JOHN MICHAEL CERNE 



JOANNE LEE CESNIK Joanne 

Eucuyo Representative 2,3; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Usher 2,3; Tutor 3. 

ELAIN LYNETTE CHAUNCE Elaine 

Eucuyo 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Euclid 
Choir 3,4; Holl Guard 3; Student Council 2,3; Swim 
Club 2; Survey Representative 2,3. 141 

DONALD F. CHERNE Bug 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Student Council Alternate 3; 
Survey Business Staff 2,3; Survey Representative 2,3; 
Homeroom President 2,3. 

CONNEE MARIE CHIOD'O' ' Connee 

Big Show 2,3; F.T.A. 4; jOfchestra 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 
136, 149, 153 yfe 

MARILYN M. CHIOFOLO Marilyn 

JANIS LEE CHOPYAK Jon 

Friendship Club 2,3; Survey Representative 3. 

ROSEMARY LINDA CICCO Rose 

Friendship Club 2. 

SANDRA CHRISTINA CINCO Sandi 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2,3; 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 3,4; Holl Guard 2; Senior Cab- 
inet 4. 162 

LINDA ANN CIPRIANI C/ppy 

Friendship Club 2; Student Council Alternate 3. 

ROBERT JAMES CIRINO Bob 

Basketball 2; Football 2,3; Lettermen 2,4; Baseball 
2,4; Sophomore Class President 2. 



JUDITH ANN COLEMAN Judy 

Assemblies 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; 
Euclidian Representative 2; F.B.L.A. 2; Movie Club 4; 
Student Council 3. 146, 165 

DORIS J. COLLINS Dorpey 

Eucuyo Representative 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Student Council 2; Usher 2,3. 
149 

JILL M. COLLINS Jillus 

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

RICHARD B. COLLINS l.,^ 
N.H.S. 4. 91, 153 H 

ALAN W. CONSILIO 
Student Council Bookstore 3; Bowling 2; Choral Mas- 
ters 4; Holl Guard 2; Honor Study Hall 2,3; Key Club 
2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Track 3; Cross Country 
3. 138, 156 

DENNIS WAYNE COOLIDGE Coolshake 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Football 2; Lettermen 3; March- 
ing Band 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3; Cross Country 3,4. 87 

GLORIA JEAN CORNWELL Gloria 

DEAN F. COST Dino 

Fall Ploy 4; Gym Leader 3,4; N.F.L. 4; Transferred to 
Euclid in Jr. year. 162 



KATHLEEN J. COVERT ' 



Kofhy 



PAUL L. COX j Paul 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; N.F.L. 
3,4; Ticket Chairman 4; Spring Ploy 2; Usher 4; 
World Affairs Club 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Boys' 
Glee Club 2. 138, 145, 162, 156, 163 

TIMOTHY ARNOLD COY Tim 

Lettermen 2; Track 2; Wrestling 2; Cross Country 2. 



BRUCE D. COYLE 

JUDITH ANN CRAIG 
Euclidian RepresentotiV.ff^ 
Junior Cabinet 3; Play (jtS 
4; N.H.S. 4; N.F.L. 4. lf^ 



Bruce 

Judy 

/F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; 
4; Survey Business Staff 
149, 152 



RICHARD WILSON CREVELING Rick 

Basketball 2,3,4; Caplornr^AjzEuclidian Business Staff 
4; Homecoming Escort 4;',Man Guard 3; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Key Club 3,4; Sosiol Chairman 4; Lettermen 
3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Science^^eminar 2; Student Council 
3,4; Spirits Club 4; Tennis |^,3,4. 80, 81, 91, 101, 125, 

132, 152, 165 

NORMA C. CRONE Normo 

Chorol Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; 
Euclidian RepresentaliyeTarf riendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; Secretary 3; ExecuTive Board 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
G.L.C. 3,4; Junior Cabinet 3; Junior Class Treasurer 
3; N.H.S. 3,4; Prom Co^qiittee 3; Senior Scandal 4; 
Student Council 2,3,4; Executive Board 4; Secretary 
4; Survey Representative 2,3; Spirits Club 4. 130, 

133, 138, 149, 152, 162, 165 

DAVID CUCHIARA Dave 

Transferred in Sr. year. 



MARY ELLEN DAILEY 
Friendship Club 2,3. 



Mickey 



JOAN LYNN DAMBERGER Joan 

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



MICHELE M. D'AMICO 
Friendship Club 2; Holl Guard 2. 



Shelly 



GREGORY S. DANE Greg 

Basketball 2,3,4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Home- 
coming Escort 4; HonojjTffs;^ Hall 2; Junior Cabinet 
3; Junior Class Presidetft- ;3; Key Club 4; Lettermen 
3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Prom , {^goimittee 3,4; Junior Prom 
Chairman 3; Senior Scaj^tfql 4; Student Council Ex- 
ecutive Board 2,3,4; Pre^laent 4; Spirits Club 3,4; 
Cross Country 2; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Library Monitor 4; 
Buckeye Boy's State Representative 3. 80, 91, 125, 
130, 133, 153, 156, 165 



GERALDINE MAE DAUGHERTY Jerry 

Hall Guard 3. 

FRANK A. DAVIS JR. 

FRED M. DAVIS /von 

Foreman's Club 3,4; President 4; Football 3. 158 

SANDRA CHRISTINE DAVIS Somm.' 

Ad Club 3,4; Euclidion Training Club 3; Friendship 
Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Junior Cabinet 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Scandal 4; Picture Editor 4; 
Student Council 2,3; Survey Editorial Staff 2; Usher 2. 
130, 164 

DIANE ELIZABETH DAY Dee Dee 

Friendship Club 2,3; Mojorette Club 2,3; Majorette 
4. 78 

LORRAINE RUTH DEANS Lorraine 

F.N.A. 4; Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. 149, 151 

ROBERT S. DEANS Bob 

LYNN L. DEBELJAK ten 

Basketball 3; E-Room Activties 2,3,4; Football 2; 
Hall Guard 3; Lettermen 2; Track 3; Wrestling 2,3. 



ANITA D. DOMBROV/SKl Anifo 

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



PATRICIA ANN DEBELJAK 



Pat 



PAUL TIMOTHY DEBEVEC Paul 

Chess Club 2; Concert ■*3na. 2,3,4; Sergeant 4; Eu- 
clidian Business Staff 4;'Treasurer 4; Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 3; Key Clulj 3^4;' Marching Bond 2,3,4; 
Math Club 3,4; Co-Prestd^,es 4; N.F.L. 3,4; Orchestra 
2; Pep Bond 2,3,4; SciencJ^ Seminar 2,3,4; Spectrum 
3; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 4. 125, 144, 145, 153, 154, 155, 
156 

PATRICIA T. DEEGAN Pat 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 
2,3,4; Secretary 4; G.A.A. 2; Homecoming 2; N.F.L. 
4; P.A. Club 2; P.A. Announcer 2; Student Council 
2,3; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Spectrum 4. 126, 
131, 150, 151 

JOAN DELSANTER Joan/e 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Usher 2; 
Survey Representative 2. 

JOHN WALTER DE MELL John 

Honor Study Hall 3. 

DOUGLAS JAMES DEMIAN Chorlie 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Football 2,3; Key Club 
2,3,4; Wrestling 2. 124, 156 

WILLIAM JOSEPH DE WITT Joe 

Hall Guard 2,3; Movie Club 2,3; Wrestling 2,3. 

DONALD A. DIBARTOLOMEO Bart 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 

DANETTE Dl BIASIO Don/ 

A.F.S. 3,4; L.D.P.C. 3,4; American Abroad Repre- 
sentative 3,4; Big Show 3; Cheerleader 2; Choral 
Masters 3,4; Treasurer Jif.fiurjidian Editorial Staff 4; 
Photo Editor 4; Euclidlari'Jroining Club 3; Euclidian 
Ad Staff 3; Euclidian RapraWntative 3; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4rlSl.C. 3,4; Committee Head 
for Membership 4; Girls'aGlee Club 2; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Hall Guard 2,3; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Panther-of-the-Week 3; Student Council 2,3; Survey 
Represenlolive 2; Spirits Club 4. 122, 138, 144, 152, 
159, 162, 165 

BEATRICE ADELE Dl DONATO Bea 

G.A.A. 2. 

EUGENE Dl NARDO III Gino 

JEAN C. Dl PUCCIO Poochie 

Assemblies 2; Friendship Club 2,3; Junior Red Cross 
4; Senior Scandal 4; Coptoin of One-for-the-Panthers 
2,3,4. 130, 151 

MAGDALINE D. DOBNIKAR Peggy 

E-Room Activities 2; Euclidian Representative 2,3; 
Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Student Council 2,3; Swim Club 2,3,4; Sec- 
retary 3; Swim Meet Timer 2,3; Swim Show 2,3,4. 161 



LARRY H. DOMIN 
N.F.L. 4. 145 



Larry 



PAUL MICHAEL DONOVAN Dumbo 

Foreman's Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Soph, 
year. 158 

SHARON LOUISE DOWNEN Sherry 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; 
Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Panther 4; Swim Club 
2,3,4; Swim Leader 2,3,4. 138, 161, 164 



CHARLES C. DOYLE 



JERRY THOMAS DRAGONETTE 
Eucuyo Representative 4. 



Chucfc 
Drag 



SHARON A. DRENIK Sharon 

E-Room Activities 2; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Co-op Student 4. 

LINDA L. DUTKO Lyr^ 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Co-op Student 4; Orchestra 2,3; World Affairs Club 
3. 

JANET M. DVORNIK 

JOSEPH R. ECKENRODE Joe 

E-Room Activities 4; Lettermen 2,3,4; Leitermen's 
Club 3,4; Track 2,3,4. 89 

DOROTHY I. ECKERMAN Dotfie 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 3; Ju- 
nior Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Secretary 
3,4. 

MAXINE EDMONDS Max 

Co-op Student 4; Library Monitor 3; D.E.C.A. 4. 
Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 218 

JOYCE A. ELLIS Zoe 

E-Room Activities 4; Eucuyo Representative 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 3,4. 150 

NANCY J. EMSER Noncy 

Assemblies 2,3,4; Code! Band 2; Concert Bond 3,4; 
Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; 
N.E. District of Ohio Vice-President 4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; 
Morching Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2; Student Council 
2; Survey Business Staff 4; Secretary 4; Usher 2; 
I.Q.S. 4. 148, 150 



ELIZABETH A. ERZEN 
MARIANNE J. ERZEN 



BeHy 
Marianne 



HELEN T. ESTVANDER Helen 

E-Room Activities 3; Euclid Choir 2,3,4; Friendship 
Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 2,3; N.F.L. 4. 141, 150 

ROBERT EVANGELISTO Bob 

Movie Club 2,3,4. 146 

DALE E. EVANS Dale 

Choral Masters 3,4; Euclid Choir 2; Friendship Club 

2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Student Council 2; 
Usher 2. 138, 149 



EUGENE D. EYER 
MONICA A. FABEC 



Eugene 
Monica 
Rich 



RICHARD FABRITIUS , ,' -^-, 

Biology Club 3; Key Clr^ba^'N.H.S. 4. 153, 156 



CONSTANCE M. FALTON Conn/, 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 2,3. 



MARY A. FASKA Mary 

F.N.A. 3,4. 150 



ANDREW J. FENDE Duncon 

Eucuyo Representative 4; Movie Club 2,3,4. 146 



RONALD L. FERREL 
Baseball 2. 



JOHN T. FLESHIN J.T. 

Camera Club 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
Marching Bond 2,3,4; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; 
Photographer 2,3,4; Official Majorette Photographer 
2,3,4. 126, 144, 146 



JOSEPH B. FOCARETO 
RICHARD P. FOCHT 



HELEN FOGEL 

Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 2. 



Joe 

Rich 

Borbs 



MARILYN A. FOGEL Chorlie 
Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Euclidian Secretary 4. 
122 

FRANK D. FORGIONE frank 
Cadet Bond 2,3; Marching Band 2,3. 

SALLY D. FORKER Sally 
Big Show 2,3,4; Concert Bond 2; Dramatics Club 

2,3,4; Fall Ploy 2,3; Marching Bond 2; Stage Croft 

Club 4; Spring Ploy 2,4; Thespian Club 2,3,4; Drama 
Workshop 4. 147 

GLENN G. FOSTER Egore 

Fall Ploy 3; P.A. Technicians Club 3,4; Ski Club 4. 
160 



RICHARD FOWLER 



DOUGLAS L. FOX 
Ski Club 4. 160 



Rich 
Doug 



LINDA M. FOX -^^^^- foxie 

Cheerleader 2,3,4; CeSfsspondence Secretary 4; 
Friendship Club 3; G.X.'Ai -2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; Student 
Council 4; Euclidian AiJ&cff 3; Senior Scandal 4; 
Senior Cabinet 4. 96, 1307l32, 152 

SANDRA L. FROOM Sandy 

Euclid Choir 3,4; Euclidian Representative 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 3; Girls' Glee Club 2. 141 

MARJORY A. FROST Marje 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; World Affairs Club 4. 149, 
156 

JUDY A. FRUSTERE Juo'y 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Concessions Manager 4 
Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2,3 
F.B.L.A. 2; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Homecoming 4 
N.F.L. 4; Spring Play 2; Ski Club 4. 125, 160 

MARLENE A. FUCHS Mor 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Honor Study Hall 
2; Student Council 3. 150 



RAYMOND A. FUERST 
Wrestling 3. 



Roy 



CAROL M. GABRENYAJ^:^^^^:^^ Carol 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. i^j.^'Ha\\ Guard 2; Student 
Council 2; Survey BusJrtSsi'' Staff 3,4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 2,3,4; SpeclteiW'4; N.H.S. 4. 126, 128, 
131, 149, 153 i 

RONALD L. GABRIEL Ron 

Basketball 2,3,4; Footboll 4; Gym Leader 3,4. 70, 80 

RICHARD D. GAINAR Rick 

Hall Guard 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Swim Team 2; 
Swim Club 2. 

LINDA J. GALAIDA Linda 

Euclid Choir 2,3; Friendship Club 3; Junior Cabinet 
3; Prom Committee 3. 

WILLIAM H. GANT Bill 

Codet Bond 2,3; Football 2; Lettermen 3,4; Wrestling 
2; Baseball 2,3,4. 

DAVID B. GARLAND Dove 

Lettermen 2,3,4; Science Seminar 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; 
Track 2; N.A.S.S. 2,3,4. 91, 101, 154 

THEODORE P. GASSER Ted 

Baseball 2; Football 2; Lettermen 3,4; Lettermen's 

Club 3,4; Track 3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Captain 4. 
86, 87, 89 



DONALD F. GASTER Gaiter 

Foreman's Club 3. 

DIANE L. GEISKY Dee Dee 

Friendship Club 2,3; Cabinet 2,3; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 3; F.N. A. 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2; N.F.I. 4; Student 
Council 3; Survey Representative 2,3; Spectrum 4; 
Usher 2,4. 131, 145, 149, 150 



SHIRLEY A. GERE 



Shirley 



DONNA L. GERMOVSEK Donna 

Euclid Choir 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Council 2. 149 

SUSAN L. GILL Sue 

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



2,3; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; P.A. Club 4; 
Student Council 3; Survey Business Staff 4; Survey 
Representative 3; Spectrum 4; N.H.S. 4. 128, 131, 
149, 153, 158 

ELYSE E. GRIMM Elyse 

Euclidian Training Staff 3; Euclidian Representative 
3; Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
P.A. Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Ski Club 4. 149, 150, 
158 



JOHN T. GROCE 



ROSEMARY J. GROSS 
Friendship Club 3. 



John 



DONNA J. GRUBAC D. 

Friendship Club 2,4; World Affairs Club 3. 150 



LESLIE A. HARRIS i^J^^ tes 

Big Show 2; FriendshipL^^,'2; G.A.A. 2; Math Club 
3,4; N.F.L. 2,3,4; N.H.S.|^«;Prchestra 2,3,4; Science 
Seminar 2,3,4; Speclrumtlp' Usher 2. 136, 145, 152, 
154, 155 I 

THOMAS C. HARWOOD Tom 

Honor Study Hall 2; Wrestling 2. 

KIMBERLY A. HASHAGEN Kim 

Euclidian Represenlgtiv e 3; F riendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; S^Xi^tiUy 3; Vice-President 4; 
G.L.C. 3,4; Girls' Glee Giui?; Majorette 3; Majorette 
Substitute 4; N.H.S. 3,*f;.fSenior Scandal 4; Student 
Supply Store 4; Studenl^Mincll 2,4; Survey Business 
Staff 3,4; Survey Representative 2; Euclidian Ad 
Staff 3; Winter Sports Queen 4. 112, 128, 130, 132, 
152, 159, 162, 163 



THOMAS A. GILLIOTTI Tom 

Football 2,3,4; Letlermen 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; 
Spirits Club 4; Track 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4. 
70, 91, 102, 165 



KAREN L. GUENTHER Karen 

Concert Band 2,3,4; E-Room Activities 2; Friendship 
Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Homecoming 3; Marching 
Band 3; Movie Club 3; Spectrum 4; N.F.L. 4. 131 



DONALD C. HATHAWAY Don 

Choral Masters 3,4; F.T.A. 2; Boys' Glee Club 2; Let- 
termen 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Track 3; Cross 
Country 3,4; Crazy 8's 3,4. 87, 138 



BONNIE L. GINGELL Bonnie 

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

BRIAN M. GLICK Brian 

THEODORE W. GOBLE Ted 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Business Stoff 3,4; 
Euclidian Representative 3; Eucuyo Representative 
2,3; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Junior Cabinet 
3; Key Club 2,3,4; Lettermen 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 
2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Scandal 4; Sports 
Editor 4; Student Council 3,4; Swim Team 2,3,4; Cap- 
tain 4; Spirits Club 4; Track 4; Woi Napolo 2,3,4; 
Sophomore Class Vice-President 2; Junior Class Vice- 
President 3. 89, 130, 132, 156 

MARY ELLEN GOJAK Meg 

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

JANIS D. COLON Jan 

Eucuyo 4; Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; N.F.L. 2,4; Senior Scandal 4; Woi 
Nopolo 3; Spectrum 4; Politicol Affairs 4; Ski Club 4. 
130, 131, 160, 163 

SHARON M. GOMBACH Sheri 

E-Room Activities 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2; Hall Guard 2,3; Student Council 2,3. 



SANDRA A. GUILD Sand/ 

Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Usher 2,3. 149, 150 

KATHLEEN A. GUSTETIC Kathy 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 
3,4; G.A.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Survey Business 
Staff 3,4. 128, 149 

JUDITH M. GUTH Judy 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Hall Guard 
2; Spectrum 4. 131 

LINDA J. GUnMANN Linda 

Friendship Club 3. 

ANITA M. HABIAN Nita 

Assemblies 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; E-Room Activi- 
ties 3; Euclid Choir 3,4; Euclidian Training Staff 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 
2. 96, 141, 150 



ROBERT D. HAGBERG 



^^ 



Rob 



Cadet Band 2; Marchit>|P&nd 2; P.A. Club 2,3,4; 

Student Council 2; Spe«{|Uf 4; N.H.S. 4. 131, 153, 

158 1^ 

BETH A. HaHN Beth 



GRETCHEN A. HAVREBERG , Grefchen 

Euclidian Representalivs'..^/;^ocuyo Representative 3; 
Friendship Club 2; fJA'r'^.iA: Treasurer 3; Presi- 
dent 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Halli(Siard 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Copy Editor WSIudent Council 3; Spirits 
Club 4. 130, 149, 152, 165 

ELOISE M. HAYNES Ellie 

Survey Business Stoff 4; I.Q.S. 4; Transferred to 
Euclid in Soph. year. 128, 144 

KAREN L. HEARN Karen 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2; Talent Scouts 2,3; D.E.C.A. 4. 218 

DARI M. HEBEN Dari 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 3; Gym Leader 3; Ski 
Club 4. 160 



KAREN S. HECKERT 



DAVID R. HENDERSON 
Track 2,3; Cross Country 2. 



Karen 
Pudge 



DIANE L. HENDERSON Dione 

Euclid Choir 2,3; Euclidian Representative 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 
2,3; Survey Business Staff 3,4. 128 



JOYCE J. GOODWIN Joyce 

Ad Club 2,3 4; Euclid Choir 2; Friendship Club 2; 
F.N.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Student Council 2,3; Survey 
Editorial Staff 2,3,4. 126, 150, 164 

JAMES S. GORSLENE Jim 

Gym Leader 2; Student Council 2. 

JUDY M. GOZOSKI Judy 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 3. 148, 150 

JOHN S. GRAAFMEYER-~/7'^ ■'■G. 

Assemblies 3; Choral Makers 3,4; E-Room Activities 
2,3,4; Key Club 2; Stul^rtT. Council 2; Spectrum 4; 
Spirits Club 4; N.H.S. ^^ySenior Class President 4. 
131, 138, 153, 165, 171 

MARY BETH GREEN Greenie 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; 
G.A.A. 2; Woi Napolo 2,3; Assistant Swim Show 
Director 3; Co-op Student 4; Swim Leader 2,3. 148 



Pot 



PATRICIA S. GREER 

Choral Masters 4; Euclill?6^Training Club 3; Fri 
ship Club 2; F.N.A. 3,4|lBe''i:lub Representative 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Honor Study F^fl 2; N.H.S. 4. 138, 139, 
149, 150, 153 

CHRISTINE A. GREGORIC Chrii 

F.T.A. 4; World Affairs Club 4; Political Affairs Club 
4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 149, 156, 163 

CAROL GRILL Carol 

Co-op Student 4. 



JUSTINA M. GRILLO 
Euclidian Represenlati> 
Friendship Club 2; Cd 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; Historian 3;" 



Tina 

ucuyo Representative 3; 
Tiber 2; F.N.A. 3; 
Stecutive Board 3,4; G.A.A. 



ROSEMARIE HALL Rosemorie 

JUDITH M. HALLACK Judi 

Choral Masters 4; Euclid Choir 2,3; Friendship Club 
2; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; Usher 
2. 138, 149 

MICHAEL J. HALLER Mike 

Eucuyo Representottve 4. 

SANDRA J. HALTERMAN Sandy 

G.A.A. 2; Thespians Club 3. 

LINDA K. HAMILTON lindo 

Euclid Choir 4. 141 

EDNA C. HANES Eddie 

Choral Masters 4; Eucli t^Xtl pir 2,3; Friendship Club 
2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Vice-PrS-Kfi^nt 4; G.A.A. 2,3; I.Q.S. 
3,4; Junior Cabinet 3;.>pf.S. 3,4; Student Council 
2,3,4; Survey Representgjte 2,3; Survey Editorial 
Staff 4; World Affairs Cluf"3; Vice-President 3; Sur- 
vey Reporter 2,3. 126, 132, 138, 144, 149, 152 

ROBIN HANNA Robin 

Drawing & Painting Club 2; E-Room Activities 2; 
Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 
2,3. 

GREGORY T. HARPER Gregg 

Assemblies 2,3,4; Big iiasw^SA; Camera Club 3,4; 
Chess Club 2; Concert"°Stfpf'/ 2,3,4; Chevron Society 
2,3,4; Fall Ploy 2; Key iCw4; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
N.F.L. 4; Orchestra 2,MO'ep Band 2,3,4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 4; Pit Ban4r2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4. 
126, 136, 137, 144, 146, 153, 156 



CAROLYN M. HENRY Carol 

Chess Club 2; ConcertSsS^2,3,4; Chevron Society 
3,4; Friendship Club 2,3-J|l^or Study Hall 3; March- 
ing Band 2,3,4; Math tijfb '3,4; President 4; N.F.L. 
4; Science Seminar 2,3'^i^'Survey Business Staff 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 128, 137, 145, (53, 154, 155 

LAWRENCE M. HENWOOD Lorry 

Bowling 4; Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. 100 

RONALD J. HERBST Ron 

E-Room Activities 3; Football 2,3,4; Homecoming 3. 
70 

BARBARA J. HERRSCHAFT Barb 

Eucuyo 4; Eucuyo Representative 4; Friendship Club 
3; F.B.L.A. 4; Student Secretary 4; Panther Block 4; 
I.Q.S. 4. 130, 144, 148 



WILLIAM M. HERTZ 
Key Club 4; Junior AcH 
N.H.S. 4. 153, 156 



fent 4; Vice-President 4; 



BOBBIE J. HILL Bobbie 

G.A.A. 3; Co-op Student 4; Transferred to Euclid in 
Jr. year. 

BARBARA A. HILLE Borfa 

Assemblies 2,4; Girls' Gle£..CIub 2; Eucuyo 2; Eu- 
clidian Training Club SfTftiaidship Club 2,4; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; I.QiSi 4; Majorette Club 2,3; 
Senior Cabinet 4; N.F.O|K N.H.S. 3,4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Survey Businedr^taff 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3,4; Copy Editor 4; ^eclrum 3,4; Usher 2. 126, 
128, 131, 144, 145, 149, 150, 152 



WILLIAM R. HOBSON 
Tennis 2. 



Bill 



309 



NORMAN BRUCE HOB^^CTF^ Bruce 

Cadet Band 2; Foolbalf^^Kym Leader 3; Key Club 
3,4; Director 4; Moth CltW^Survey Business Staff 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 128, 153, IsMp 

JUDITH ANTOINETTE HDCESJAR Judy 

Ad Club 3,4; Friendshiif^p72,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A, 
2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Survi|^^torial Staff 4; Wai No- 
polo 3,4. 126, 149, 15Mjfej, 164 

CYNTHIA A. HOEDT Cindy 

Euclid Choir 3,4; Friendship Club 3; F.N.A. 3; Girls' 
Glee Club 2. 141 

DENNIS T. HOERNIG Dennis 

BERNARD R. HOHS Bernie 

Eucuyo 2,3,4; Editor 4; Eucuyo Representative 2,3; 
P.A. Club 2,3; I.Q.S. 4. 130, 144 

BEVERLY C. HOLCOMB Bev 

Student Council Books tore 3 : E-Room Activities 4; 
Eucuyo 2,3,4; Euclidi^Bin^epresentative 3; Eucuyo 
Representative 2,3,4; f^feihip Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Honfeilsiljdy Hall 2; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Prom Committee 4; SuMw* Representative 3; Usher 
3; World Affairs Club 2?3,4; Politico! Affairs Club 
4; Ski Club 4; I.Q.S. 4. 130, 144, 150, 152, 156, 160, 
163 

DENNIS E. HOLMES Dennis 



CONSTANCE M. HOLWICK 



LARRY D. HOPKINS 



Larry 



SUSAN E. HORSEY Sue 

Choral Masters 4; Eucyyai2^4; Circulation Manager 
4; Euclidian RepreienloWm^ij; Eucuyo Representative 
3,4; Friendship Club ftsS^.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Honor Study Hall 2; IMfe^ 3,4; Usher 2,3; World 
Affairs Club 4; Political AJfairs Club 4; I.Q.S. 4. 130, 
138, 144, 152, 156, 163 

JOHN E. HORTON John 

Football 2,3; Lettermen 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. 89, 91 

JANICE M. HOURY Jon 

Dramatics Club 2; Eu^iS^/3,,3; Eucuyo Representa- 
tive 2,3; Friendship Cli),bijS§,i; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; H«ff&lard 3; Science Seminar 
3; Student Council 3; "^JSey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; 
Spectrum 4; N.H.S. 4. 12i|, 131, 150, 153 

RONALD L. HOWARD Howie 

Concert Band 2,3,4; Golf Club 3; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Pep Band 2; Survey Business Staff 4; Golf 
Team SX. 128 

DAVID E. HOWE Dove 

Political Affairs Club 4; Transferred l'^ Euclid in Jr. 
year. 163 

JANET SUE HOWELL Hey Howell 

A.F.S. 3,4; Euclid Choi r 3,4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 
4; Editor-in-Chief 4:;^^mk<°n Troining Club 3; 
Friendship Club 2; F.T.Aipi^/ G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Homecoming ilR^-S. 4; Junior Cabinet 3; 
The Linguists 2; Prom Wtfimittee 3; Buckeye Girls' 
State Representative 3; Student Council 2; Spirits 
Club 4; N.H.S. 4. 122, 141, 144, 153, 159, 165 



KENNETH J. HROVAT 



Ken 



RONALD J. HROVAT Ron 

Football 2,3; Gym Leader 3; Key Club 2,3,4; Wres- 
tling 2,3,4. 102, 156 

VINCENT HUGHES Vince 

Key Club 4, Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 156 

JAMES N. HULA Jim 

Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 4. 218 

ROBERT J. HULA Bob 

Foreman's Club 3,4. 158 

DONALD R. HULL Tex 

Foreman's Club 3,4; President 4; Football 2; Swim 
Team 3. 158 



MARIAN 1. HUNT Mar 

Cheerleader 2,3,4; Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Homecoming 3,4; Hall Guard 3; Lettermen 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Student Council 3. 96 

PATRICIA R. HURLBURT Rickie 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Student Council Bookstore 2,3; Chorol 
Masters 3,4; Euclidian JSasiial Staff 4; Art Editor 4; 
Euclidian Training CliK^^S'ucuyo Representative 2; 
Friendship Club 2,3; Ol^f 2,3; Homecoming 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Science Si§Har 2,3; Student Council 
2,3; Survey Editoriol SJfaff 2,3; Spirits Club 3,4; 
Treasurer 3; President 4; Usher 2; Majorette Club 2,3. 
122, 133, 138, 152, 165 

CARL B. HURWITCH Chuck 

Chess Club 2; EuclidianJ|3a^ial Staff 4; Photograph- 
er 4; Euclidian Trainfn^Sp/ib 3; Football 2; Gym 
Leader 4; Key Club 2,3Mrteith Club 2; Science Sem- 
inar 2,3,4; Survey Repr^Mative 2; N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 
4. 122, 144, 153, 154, 156 



DANIEL D. HYLKEMA 

Gym Leader 2,3; Track 3,4. 89 



Donny 



BURKE A. HYNE Burke 

Student Council 2,3; Gym Leader 2; Football 2; Bas- 
ketball 2; Track 3; Spirits Club 4; Ski Club 4; Intra- 
murols 2,3,4. 160, 165 



MARY J. HYNES 
Friendship Club 2,3. 



Jacki. 



JOSEPH M. IVANKO Joe 

Bowling 3^,4; Concert Bond 2,3,4; Key Club 3; March- 
ing Band 2,3,4; Pep Bond 2,3,4. 100 

CAROL A. IWANSKI Carol 

Wai Nopolo 2. 

ROBERT P. JACKSON Bob 

Basketball 2; Gym Leader 3; Baseball 2. 

DIANE L. JANIS 

DONALD A. JENKINS 



KATHERINE M. JERNEJCIC 



Kathy 



Cadet Bond 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Pep Bond 2. 

Larry 



LAWRENCE JEVNIKAR 
Foil Ploy 4. 



ROBERT E. JOHNSON 



Bob 



ROBERTA L. JOHNSTON Bofabi 

Co-op Student 4; Winter Sports Court 3; D.E.C.A. 4; 
Secretary 4. 218 

KATHLEEN A. JONAITIS Kafhy 

Euclid Choir 2,3; Eucuyo Representative 2,3; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 3,4; President 4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Survey Editorial Staff 4; Spectrum 4. 126, 131, 150 

BRUCE G. JONES Bruce 

Cadet Bond 2; Key Club 2,3; Marching Band 2; Track 
2,3,4. 89 



JERRELL B. JONES 



SUZANNE G. JONES 

Assemblies 4; E-Room Activities 2. 



RICHARD A. JOST 



Jerrell 
Sarr^ 

Rich 



EDWARD A. JUDICE Dice 

E-Room Activities 2; Homecoming 2,3; Hall Guard 
2; Honor Study Hall 2; N.F.L. 2; P.A. Club 2,3; Stu- 
dent Council 2. 

RITA M. JUSKA Rita 

Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. 

NICHOLAS J. KACZUR Nick 

Concert Bond 2; Football 2,4; Lettermen 3,4; Track 
2,3,4; Cross Country 3. 70, 89 

RICHARD L. KAEHLER Rick 

Foreman's Club 4. 158 



THOAAAS RICHARD KAIB Tom 

F.B.L.A. 2; Co-op Student 4; Gym Leader 3. 

JOHN STEPHEN KALE Yogi 

P.O.Y. 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Hunter Safety 2; 
Army R.O.T.C. 3; Intramural Wrestling 3; J.V. Base- 
boll Letter 3; Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 

JAMES A. KANE JR. Jim 

Basketball Manager 4; Football Manager 4; Letter- 
men 4. 95 

PATRICIA ANN KANE Candy 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Euclid Choir 3; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Euclidian Representative 4; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 
2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; Senior Scandal 4; Survey 
Representotive 3; Usher 2,3. 124, 130, 149 



DAVID V. KAPROSY 
Student Court 4. 



Dave 



RICHARD I. KARASH Rick 

A.F.S. 3,4; Camera Club 4; Golf Club 2,3,4; Hall 
Guard 3; Key Club 2,3J.(.. Executive Boord 3,4; Letter- 
men 2,3,4; Moth Club""lgW.H.S. 3,4; President 4; 
Science Seminar 2,3,4;\.;^p4nt Council Representa- 
tive 3; Executive Board ^JOurvey Business Staff 3,4; 
Advertising Manager 4; Reporter 3,4; Wrestling 2,3; 
I.Q.S. 4; Senior Class Cabinet. 95, 127, 128, 133, 
144, 146, 152, 154, 155, 156, 159 



THEODORE JOHN KARPY 
Assemblies 2; Golf Club 2,3. 



Ted 



DONNA JEAN KASELAK Donno 

E-Room Activities 3; Sophomore Class Secretary 2; 
Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 
3; Usher 2. 150 

CAROL ANN KATALENAC Carol 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Student Council 3; Euclidian Ad Staff 3. 



GARY M. KATTLER 



Gary 



CONNIE LEE KELLER Connie 

Cheerleader 2,3,4; J.V. Basketball Captain 2; Varsity 



Glee Club 2; Euclid 

S& Staff 2; Eucuyo Repre- 

2; Homecoming Queen 

men 3; N.H.S. 3,4; P.A. 

Student Council 2,4; Wai 

■niative 2,3; Spirits Club 

, 84, 96, 130, 132, 



Captain 3; Co-Copto 

Choir 3,4; Euclidian B^ 

sentotive 3; F.T.A. 

4; Honor Study Hall 2;\^ 

Club 

Nopolo 3,4; Survey Repn 

4; Sophomore Class Treos 

141, 149, 152, 161, 165 

JOHN I. KELLY 

NADINE J. KENDRA 



ROBERT ANTON KERMAVNER Arky 

Biology Club 2,3; Big Show 3; Movie Club 2,3,4; 
Noon Movies 3,4. 146 

CHERYL LEE KING Cher 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Choral Masters 4; 
Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 3,4; World Affairs Club 
2,3. 138, 150 



DOLORES J. KING 

Ad Club 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3. 164 



GERALD M. KING 



Dee 



Jerry 



WILLIAM HOWARD KING Bill 

E-Room Activities 4; F.T.A. 2,3; Gym Leader 2; Hall 
Guard 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Key Club 4; The 
Linguists 2; Ploy Night 2; Prom Committee 3; Spec- 
trum 2,3,4; President 4; Survey Representative 3; 
Spring Play 2; Track 2; Usher 2,3; Cross Country 2; 
Speech Contests 4; N.F.L. 4. 131, 156 

LINDA KIPP Kippy 

Euclidian Representative 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Junior Red Cross 2,3; Co-op Student 4; Student Coun- 
cil Alternate 2; Survey Representative 2; D.E.C.A. 4; 
Secretary 4. 150, 218 



ANDREW J. KISSEL 
Foreman's Club 4. 158 



Bufch 



LAUREEN S. KITKO Laurie 

Assemblies 2,3; Euclidian Business Staff 3; Friendship 
Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Hall Guard 3; Junior Red Cross 
3; N.F.L. 2; Student Council 2,3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 
2,3,4. 

ANNA JUDITH KLANCAR Ann 

Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. Club 4; Activity Committee 
4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 218 

DONALD E. KLANN Don 

Lettermen 4; Track 2; Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor 
Track 4. 87, 89 



Brenda 
endship Club 2,3; 



Dave 
Ken 



BRENDA FAY KLAVORA 
Euclidian Representative 2,3; 
F.B.L.A. 2,3; Co-op Student 4. 

DAVID L. KLEINHENZ 

KENNETH PAUL KLUG 
Football 2. 

ELIZABETH IRENE KNACK Betsy 

Friendship Club 2. 

JEAN MARIE KNOCH Jeon 

Friendship Club 3; F.N. A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2; N.F.L. 4. 150 

JOYCE ANN KNOCH Joyce 

Friendship Club 3; F.N.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2; N.F.L. 4. 150 

DONNA MARIE KOBE Donna 

Friendship Club 2,3; C^ms^ 2; F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 
2,3; G.L.C. 3; Honor StuSy. Hall 2; Majorette 3,4; 
Head Majorette 4; MaiOr4|fe' Club 2,3,4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 2,3; Sophortidp^ Class Cobinel 2; N.H.S. 
4. 79, 153 ' 

JOEL ALLAN KOCI Joe 

Football 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Lettermen 3,4. 

KAREN A. KOEPKE Koren 

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

KATHLEEN MARY KOLEGAR Kathy 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; Usher 2. 
148 



RICHARD F. KOLLER 



Rich 



JOHN MICHAEL KOMOCAR Big John 

Basketball 2,3,4; Big Show 2,3,4; Concert Bond 2,3,4; 
Football 2,3; I.Q.S. 4; Key Club 2,4; Lettermen 3,4; 
Marching Bond 2; Orchestra 2,4; Pep Band 4; Pit 
Band 2; Survey Editorial Staff 3,4. 80, 126, 136, 144, 
156 



CARL W. KOMRAUS 



Car/ 



KATHLEEN ANTOINETT&dtOKOSEC Kathy 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.rAt.2;3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 
3,4; Survey Editorial Stafftijjditor 4; Student Council 
4; World Affairs Club wpirvey Reporter 3; I.Q.S. 
4; N.H.S. 4. 126, 144, 1417153, 162 

MARY MICHEL KORTHALS Mike 

Eucuyo Representative 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 

RAJEANNE LEE KORTHALS Reggie 

E-Room Activities 3,4; Euclid Choir 4; Euclidian Rep- 
resentative 3; Friendship Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Panther 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Student Council Alternate 2,3; Wai 
Napolo 2; Survey Representative 2; Winter Sports 
Chairman 4, N.F.L. 4. 141, 150, 164 



MARY BETH KOVATCH Mory Beth 

Big Show 3; Pit Band 3; Concert Bond 3,4; Friendship 
Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Treasurer 4; Marching Band 3,4; 
Usher 3; N.H.S. 4. 148, 153 

JOAN KOZAK Cozie 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.A. 2. 

JUDITH LILLIAN KOZLEVCAR Judy 

Eucuyo Representative 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 2; 
The Linguists 2; P. A. Club 2; P.A. Announcer 2; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Survey Business Staff 3,4; Survey 
Representative 2; Usher 2,3. 128, 149, 162 



ALAN T. KRANE 



Al 



CAROLE JEAN KRAPENgfiixz, Carole 

Friendship Club 3; F.T.-*;.X3,4; Hail Guard 3; I.Q.S. 
4; Student Council 4; Sijrv^y.Representative 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3,4; Wotiarjkffairs Club 4; Secretary 
4; N.H.S. 4. 126, 127, ^£^144, 149, 153, 156 

LINDA DIANE KRECIC t/nda 

Euclid Choir 3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; P.A. Club 2,3,4. 141, 158 

BARBARA A. KREPSHAW Barb 

E-Room Activities 2,3; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 

KATHLEEN L. KRINCE Kathy 

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

JEAN MARIE KRZEPINA Jeannie 

Friendship Club 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Junior Cab- 
inet 3; Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Activities Com- 
mittee 4. 218 

EDMOND PAUL KUCHLING Wrench 

Bowling 3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Chevron Society 2,3,4; 
Foreman's Club 4; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Pep Band 
2,3,4. 100, 137, 158 



LEONARD JAMES KULKA 
Foreman's Club 3,4. 158 



ten 



RICHARD LAKATOSH Rich 

Gym Leader 3; Homecoming Escort 4; Key Club 2,3,4; 
Lettermen 3,4; Track 3,4; Wrestling 2. 89, 156 

GAYLE LORRAYNE LANG Gayle 

Friendship Club 2,3; Hall Guard 2,3; Red Cross Club 
2; Student Council 3. 

HARRY B. LANGHAM Bob 

Choral Masters 3,4; Honor Study Hall 2. 138 



GARY D. LANGLOIS 
FRED D. LAPORTE 



Gary 
French/ 

SUSAN KAY LA PORTE Sue 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Hall 
Guard 3; P.A. Club 2; Student Council 2,3; Usher 2. 

JOHN JOSEPH LARKIN Jack 

Football 2,3; Swim Team 2,3. 

WAYNE F. LASCH Wayne 

Eucuyo Representative 3,4; Transferred to Euclid in 
Jr. year. 

ERIC C. LARSEN Eric 

Football 2; Gym Leader 3; Lettermen 3; Wrestling 2, 
Baseball 2,3,4. 



SHERYL ELAINE LEFKOWITZ 

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

Study Hall 2; Usher 2,3. 

PEARL PAULINE LEFOR Dimples 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Noll Guard 2; Student Council 2. 
149 

TONI CHERYLE LEGAN Ton.' 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 2; F.T.A. 
3,4; Student Council 2,3; Survey Business Staff 3,4; 
Survey Representative 3; One-for-the-Ponthers Cap- 
tain 4. 127, 128, 149 



ROBERT H. LELAND 



Bob 



THOAAAS RICHARD LELLIS Tom 

Choral Masters 3; Gym Leader 3,4; Boys' Glee Club 2; 
Junior Cabinet 3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3,4; Baseball 



SANDRA LEE LEMM Sandy 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Junior Cabinet 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Scandal 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3. 130 



HAROLD W. LEMMONS 
VINCENT LENARCIC 



Harry 
Vince 



ELIZABETH LOUISE LESIAK Betty 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Orchestra 2,3. 138 



ROBERT J. LESKO 



Bob 



JANIS ELLYN LETNEY Jon 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 
2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Honor Study 
Hall 2,3; Spectrum 4; Usher 2,3; Office Runner 3,4; 
Student Court 4. 131, 148, 150 

RICHARD ALLAN LEWIS Rich 

Foreman's Club 4; Track 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Cross 
Country 3,4; Crazy 8's 3,4. 87, 89, 158 

RICHARD STUART LEWIS Big lou 

Choral Masters 4; Key Club 3,4; Survey Business Staff 
4. 128, 138, 156 



SANDRA J. LEWIS 

G.A.A. 2,3; Panther Block 4. 



Sandy 



DANIEL G. LIGGETT Don 

E-Room Activities 2; Hall Guard 2; Track 2; Cross 
Country 2. 

JUDY KATHLEEN LILLEY Judy 

Chorol Masters 3,4; Secretary 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; 
Euclidian Business Staff 3; Eucuyo Representative 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Junior Cabinet 3; 
Survey Business Staff 4; Survey Representative 2; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3; Usher 3; Spring Sports Sopho- 
more Attendant 2; Panther Block 4; Senior Cabinet 4. 
128, 138, 150 

MARGARET ELEANOR LILLEY Margie 

Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3; Choral Masters 4; Euclidian 
Representative 2; Friendship Club 2,3. 138 

MARILYN JAYNE LIS May 

Euclid Choir 3,4; Friendship Club 2,4; F.N.A. 3; F.T.A. 
2,3. 141, 150 

GARY M. LO CONTI Gary 

Basketball 2; Football 2; Tennis 2; Wai Napolo 2. 



MARY ANN KOSTANSEK Mory Ant} 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Co-op Student 4; 
Wai Napolo 2. 



JOYCE M KOTNIK 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 4. 150 



ELAINE A. KOVAL 

Mcjorefte Club 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3. 



Joyce 



Al 



ALLEN A. KOVAR 
Golf Club 2,3,4; Hail Guard 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 2,3; Spectrum 4; Golf Team 2,3,4. 131, 
156 



HEIDI E. LASNIK Hi 

Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Eucuyo 2; Eucuyo Representa- 
tive 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; Honor Study Hall 3; 
Play Night 3; Spectrum 3; Thespian Club 4. 130 

MELVIN LAWRENCE 

BARBARA ANN LEACH Barb 

REBECCA S. LEAKE Beoky Leaky 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4. 150 



/AARILYN A. LEBER 
Ad Club 4; G.A.A. 2,3 



Marilyn 



CHERYL A. LOFGREN Cheryl 

I.Q.S. 4. 144 

THOMAS JOSEPH LONCALA Tom 

E-Room Activities 3; Assistant Foreman 3,4. 

CAROLINE A. LONCHAR Carol 

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

LESLIE ANNE LONG Leslie 

Assemblies 2; Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3,4; Dra- 
matics 2,3,4; Eucuyo 2,3,4; Poetry Editor 4; Eucuyo 
Representative 2,3; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2,3; 



311 



Foil Play 2,3; Girls' Glee Club 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; Play 
Night 2,3,4; Spring Play 4; Thespian Club 2,3,4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2; Survey Reporter 2,3,4; Droma 
Workshop 4; Spring Play Production Staff 2,3. 127, 
130, 138, 144 



DAVID T. LORENCE 

Foreman's Club 4; Track 3,4; Cn 



MICHAEL A. LORENZO 

Gym Leader 2; Office Runner 4. 



SHARON M. LORENZO 



Country 3,4. 87, 



She 



GARY ALLEN LOVE Gory 

Bowling 2,4; Big Show 3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Letter- 
men 3; Marching Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Pep Bond 
2,3,4; Track 3; Cross Country 3. 100 



DARRELL D. LOVEJOY 



Do 



ARLENE MARIE LUCHA Lou 

Dramatics Club 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Jimior Red Cross 3; Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 
4; Treasurer 4. 218 

RALPH EDWARD LUFFLER Ralph 

Tennis 4; Track 4. 89, 101 

JAMES A. LUNDER Jim 

PATRICIA EILEEN LYLE Pat 

Friendship Club 2,3; Survey Representative 3. 

KAREN MARIE LYMAN Karen 

A.F.S. 2; E-Room Activities 3,4; Manager 4; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; Executive Board 3,4; Fall Play 4; G.A.A. 2,4 
N.F.L. 2,3,4; Secretary 3; Membership Chairmen 4 
P.A. Club 2,3; President 3; Survey Representative 2 
Spring Play 2; Thespian Club 4; World Affairs Club 
4. 145, 149, 156 

MARGARET T. LYNCH Maggie 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; President 4; G.L.C. 4; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Student Council 3; N.F.L. 4. 162 



FRED LYTLE 
Transferred to Euclid 



Rick 



Sr. yea 



RONALD JOHN MACKS Maxie 

Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Choral Masters 3,4; 
Boys' Glee Club 2; Football 2; Gym Leader 3; Home- 
coming Escort 4; Hall Guard 3; Junior Cabinet 3; 
Lettermen 3,4; Spirits Club 4. 80, 138, 165 

DONALD J. MADEY Madey 

Cadet Bond 2; Hall Guard 3; Track 2,3,4; Cross Coun- 
try 2,3. 89 

JOSEPH THOMAS MAHOVLIC Joe 

Baseball 3,4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. yeor. 

CAROLE ANN MALOVIC Carrie 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2. 

ALLAN A. MALZ Melvin Gu/tz 

Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 3; Industrial Council 
3; Advanced Auto Shop 4; President of English Class 



MARILYN ANN MANSESJG^ Morni 

Ad Club 3,4; Big Show°J5iS-"Concert Bond 2,3,4; Eu- 
cuyo Representative 2; \f.m.-'' 2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; March- 
ing Band 2,3,4; N.H.SiaM; Secretary 4; Student 
Council Representative 4n(spectrum 2,3,4. 131, 132, 
149, 152 

LORETTA M. MARINCIC Lou 

JOEL D. MARINO Joe 

Spectrum 4. 131 

JAMES L. MARSEY Mouse 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 

RITA DIANE MARTHIN Aunf Martho 

Cadet Band 2; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Secre- 
tary 4; G.A.A. 3; Marching Band 2,3,4; Spectrum 3; 



Concert Band 3,4; Senior Scandal 4; Spring Play 3. 
130, 148 

JAMES M. MARTUCCI Jim 

Football 2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Indoor 
Track 2; Lettermen 2,3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4. 89, 91, 102 



RICHARD CARL MASEKf 
Assemblies 2,3; Big Sl\ 
Marching Bond 2,3,4; P^ 
3,4; N.H.S. 4. 153, 154 

RONALD C. MASEK 
Concert Band 2,3,4; Ma 

JAMES R. MASON 
Foreman's Club 4. 158 



NANCY LEE MATEJKOWSKI None 

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



Rich 
U; Concert Bond 2,3,4; 
jind 2,3; Science Seminar 



Bond 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 



Terry 



N.H.S. 3,4; Transfe 



TERRY D. MAY 

LORETTA JOYCE MAY(? 
G.A.A. 2,3; Co-op Stud 
to Euclid in Jr. year. '^|0 

JOHN MAYNARD 
P.A. Club 2,3,4. 158 



MARTIN ALAN MAZZEI Martin 

Football 3,4; Football Manager 2; Wrestling 2; Key 
Club 4. 80, 156 

JUDITH EILEEN McCARTHY Judy 

Choral Masters 4; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 3; Friendship Club 2. 138 

KEITH J. McDERMENT Keith 

ALICE MARIE ANN McDONNELL A( 

G.A.A. 4; Junior Red Cross 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Transferred 
to Euclid in Jr. year. 151, 218 

GEORGE DAVID MclLRATH Bllf 

Eucuyo Representative 2; Fall Play 2,3; Gym Leader 
3; Hall Guard 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; P.A. Club 
2,3,4; Spring Play 2; Track 2,3; Cross Country 2,3,4. 
87, 158 

LINDA SUE McKEE ^^^rrr- Linda 

Friendship Club 2,3, f.M,A~ 3,4; Vice-President 4; 
Fall Play 3; G.A.A. 2, «iin0r Study Hall 2; Survey 
Representative 2,3; UsHeJr|; World Affairs Club 4; 
Panther Block 4; Clinic S^^retory 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 150, 
153, 156 

JOYCE KAY McKIBBEN Joyce 

Big Show 3; Friendship Club 3,4; F.N. A. 4; F.T.A. 2,3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Movie Club 2,3; P.A. Announcer 
3; Student Supply Store 4; Spectrum 4; World Affairs 
Club 4; Ski Club 4. 131, 150, 156, 159, 160 



RICHARD McKINLEY 

PATRICIA J. Mcknight 



Rich 
Pat 



NANCY AGNES McNAB Nan 

E-Room Activities 2,3; Manager 3; Friendship Club 3; 
F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Hall Guard 3; Panther 4; Panther 
Block 4; Student Council 2,3; Senior Cabinet 4. 164 

JOYCE LOUISE MEDLEN Joyce 

Euclid Choir 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 3; Usher 2; 
Majorette Club 3. 141 



LINDA R. MEHLS 

Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 2. 



Lynn 



JUDITH ANNE MERVIS- - JudI 

Big Show 2; Concert B^l^d 2 3,4; Chevron Society 
2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3; Marc!hi|!b Bond 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; Pit Ba>relj-2 3, Spectrum 2,3; Spring 
Ploy 3. 136, 137, 152 « 



NANCY SUE MEYERS 
Cadet Bond 2. 



Ma Ha 



VALERIE ANNE MIKLAUSICH Vol 

Dramatics Club 4; Spring Ploy 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 
4; Library Monitor 4, 



ALBERT MIKLAVCIC 
DENNIS A. MIKLAVIC 



DAVID EDWARD MIKOLSKY 
Football 2. 



Al 

Dennis 

Dave 



JO-ANN CAROL MIKOVICH Jo 

Cadet Bond 2; Morching Bond 2; Office Runner 4; 
Student Secretary 4. 

JAMES L. MILAVEC Jim 

Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Key Club 3,4. 156 

LOUIS PHILLIP MILAZZOTTO Louie 
Senior Scandal 4; Track 2,3. 130 



LAWRENCE P. MILLER 
Eucuyo Representative 2. 



Larry 



LENORE HELEN MILLER tenore 

Euclidian Training Staff 3; Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.T.A. 4; Majorette Club 2,3. 149 

LINDA LEE MILLER Linda 

Euclidian Business StofW^jJi^clidian Training Club 3; 
Euclidian Representative?*^/ Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; F.N. A. 3; siufei Representative 3; World 
Affairs Club 4; Ski CluBlm- N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4. 125, 
144, 149, 150, 153, 156, *160 

PATRICIA A. MILLER Pat 

Friendship Club 2. 

RICHARD CHARLES Miyigg:;:^ "'='' 

Concert Band 2,3,4; MtfJ^WS Band 2,3,4; Bond Ser- 
geont 4; Pep Band 2,5;^r.'Pit Bond 2,3,4; Science 
Seminar 2; Survey Busiij^rjtaff 3,4; Survey Reporter 
3,4; Ski Club 4; N.H.srfTl.Q.S. 4. 126, 127, 144, 
153, 160 

WILLIAM A. MILLER Bill 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Letter- 
men 2,4; Senior Scandal 4; Track 2,3,4; Senior Cab- 
inet 4. 89, 95, 130 

BARBARA HELEN MILLS Pigeon 

Student Council Bookstore- zS; Big Show 2; Chorol 
Masters 3,4; Euclid ChoTF'lli'Euclidian Editorial Staff 
4; Senior Class Editor '^/Su'clidian Training Club 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3; FJ^t^; G.A.A. 2; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; Homecoming Felicity 3,4; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 
4; Student Council Executive Board 4. 122, 133, 138, 
153 

ROSALIE ELIZABETH MILONE Rosie 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 

2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 2,3; Hall Guard 2,3; Student Council 
2,3. 150 

MARY ANN MINNILLO Mar 

Friendship Club 2; GJc3fc^,3,4; Junior Cabinet 3; 
Majorette Club 2,3,4; Maf^elte Substitute 3; Major- 
ette 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Front t^tn'mittee 3; Senior Scandal 
4; Student Council 2,4; cffljgey Business Staff 4; Sur- 
vey Representative 2; Skilpiub 4; Senior Class Secre- 
tary 4. 128, 130, 152, 160, 171 



DALE W. MOCHAN 



Dale 



LYNNE MARIE MOCILNJ«Afi'^ Lynne 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; Executive mSf^ 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 
4; Junior Cabinet 3; NMix-3,4; Student Council 2,3. 
149, 152, 162 ^p 

BARBARA ANN MODLIN Borfa 

E-Room Activities 3,4; Euclidian Representative 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Hal! Guard 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Student Council 2,3; Survey Representa- 
tive 2; Ski Club 4. 160 

CAROL ANNE MOG --v;"^ Carol 

Eucuyo Representotive iJ)rjFiendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 
2; Honor Study Hall 2i &»op Student 4; Mojoretle 
Club 2,3; Student Councflwlternate 3; N.H.S. 4. 153 



JANE F. MIKA Jone 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 4. 160 



DUANE D. MOHORIC 



Duane 



312 



CAROL ANN MONTSCH Carole 

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

CAMERON G. MOORE, JR. Cam 

Ad Club 4; Basketball 2; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Football 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; Chairman of Ways and 
Means Committee 4; Track 3,4. 69, 124, 156 

NORMA J. MORRELL B/ondie 

Prom Committee 3; Panther Block 4. 

DAVID R. MORGAN Do/e 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2; Student Coun- 
cil 3; Spectrum 4; N.F.L. 4; Senior Cabinet 4. 131 



MICHAEL JOHN MORGAN 



Mike 



SHARON LEE MORSE Shor 

Student Supply Store 4; E-Room Activities 3,4; Man- 
ager 4; Eucuyo 4; Eucuyo Representative 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Hall Guord 3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; P. A. Club 2,3,4; Secretary 3; P.A. 
Announcer 3; Senior Scandal 4; Survey Business Staff 
4; Survey Representative 4; Spring Play 2; Usher 2. 
128, 130, 149, 158 



ROBERT ALAN MUEHLEISEN 



MARSHA M. MULLENIX 
Friendship Club 2. 



Bob 
Marsh 



COLIN MURDOCH Murd 

Golf Club 3,4; Honor ^Stu^JHoil 2; I.Q.S. 4; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Key Club 2;3'j|ji;reasurer 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Vice-President 4; Orches^ -2.3,4; Concert Master 4; 
Pit Bond 2,3,4; Student=Council 3; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3,4; Reporter 4; CofJyreader 4; Sports Editor 4. 
127, 128, 136, 144, 152, 156 

LYNN ANN MURPHY Murf 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; Student 
Council 2; Euclidian Ad Staff 3; Senior Scandal 4. 
130, 139 

COLE DOUGLAS MURRAY Cole 

Fall Ploy 4; Football 2,3; N.F.L. 4; Play Night 4; 
Spring Play 4. 

JAMES E. MUTH Jim 

PAMELA A. NADA Pom 

CYNTHIA JOYCE NAGODE Cyndi 

Choral Masters 4; Euclid Choir 3; Eucuyo 2,4; Eucuyo 
Representative 2; Hall Guard 2. 138 

LINDA MAY NALEPA Lin 

Euclid Choir 3,4; Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2. 140, 141 

JAMES E. NEBE Jim 

KATHLEEN ANN NEHLS Kathi 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; Spectrum 4; World Affoirs 
Club 3,4. 131, 150, 156 

SUSAN JEANNE NELSON Sue 

Chess Club 2; Cadet Bond 2; Concert Bond 3,4; 
Friendship Club 2,3; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Spectrum 
4; Usher 2; World Affairs Club 3. 131 



KENNETH NEMEROVSKY 



Ken 



CAROL A. NENADAL Carol 

Euclidian Representative 3; Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.B.L.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Ski Club 
4. 148, 160 

CATHRYN NENADAL Cathy 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Honor 
Study Hall 2; Ski Club 4. 148, 160 

DAVID R. NESBETT Dove 

LAUREL D. NESTLERODE Laurel 

Big Show 3. 

JACK A. NEUMORE Jock 

Fall Play 2; Spring Play 2,3,4; Track 4. 89 



DAVID E. NEWNES 



KENNETH E. NICKEL 

Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 



Dove 
Ken 



THOMAS ROBERT NIMELLI Tom 

Cadet Bond 2,3; Foreman's Club 3,4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; I.Q.S. 4. 144, 158 



CHERYL A. NISWENDER 



Cheryl 



ARTHUR G. NOCH Art 

Assemblies 2; Basketball 2; Bowling 2; Football 2. 

GERALD T. NORSIC Jerry 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Hall Guard 3; Co-op Student 
4; D.E.C.A. 4. 218 

JUNE MARIE NOVOTNJf::T-r-_ June 

Euclidian Represenlatlve_'3-,'Triendship Club 3; F.T.A. 
3,4; G.A.A. 3; Junior RedVOoss 3,4; Senior Scandal 
4; Student Council AlteriM* 3; N.H.S. 4; Transferred 
to Euclid in Jr. year. ]30JI50, 151, 153 

THOMAS E. OCKUNZZl Tom 

Basketball 2,4; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Repre- 
sentotive 3; Football 2,3. 80 

CHARLOTTE ANN OGOREUC Char 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2; Co-op Student 4. 



SHIRLEY ANN OGRIN 



Shirley 



JUDD RUSSELL OILER Russ 

Assemblies 2,3,4; Big Show 2; E-Room Activities 2; 
Foil Play 2; P.A. Club 2,3,4; P.A. Announcers 2,3. 158 

BARBARA M. OlAH Barbie 

Euclid Choir 2,3; Junior Red Cross 2. 

DAVID OMERZA Dove 

Eucuyo Representative 4; Transferred to Euclid in Sr. 



LESLIE J. ONDERDONK Lesli: 

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



GARY V. O'NEILL 



Gory 



DENNIS CONRAD OPDAHL Dennis 

Athletic Board 2,3,4; E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Gym 
Leader 3,4. 

JANICE MARIE OREHEIfcri;::!, Jan 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; KfO.. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; I.Q.S. 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Fea- 
ture Editor 4; Survey Re.pprter 3; Panther Block 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 126, 144, 150, j 53 



PATRICIA A. OREN 
MARY H. ORMSTON 



Pot 
Mory 



JANETLYN M. OSTKAR Jon 

Friendship Club 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; Movie Club 
3,4; Spring Ploy 3,4. 146 

/AARY LYNN PAGANIE Mary Lynnie 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; Hall Guard 
3; N.F.L. 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Survey Editorial 
Stoff 4; Art Editor 4; Spectrum 4; I.Q.S. 4. 126, 131, 
144, 145, 149 



ROY W. PALENSCHAT 

JOYCE A. PALKO 

MICHAEL A. PALLER 

CAROL A. PANICHI 
E-Room Activities 4. 



Roy 

Joyce 

Milce 

Poncho 



ALBERT J. PAOLO Al 

Lettermen 2; Track 2; Cross Country 2; Indoor Track 
2,3. 

SHARON MARY PAPALKO Shoron 

Eucuyo 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student 
Council 2,3; Ski Club 4; Junior Prom Decoration Com- 
mittee 3; I.Q.S. 4. 130, 144, 160 



CAROL REBECCA PAPP Carol 

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

DONNA JEAN PARCHER Donna 

Transferred to Euclid in Sr. year. 

JORDAN M. PATRONIS Mike 

Lettermen 2; Track 2; Cross Country 2. 

KATHLEEN INEZ PATTON Kathy 

Euclid Choir 2; Euclidian Representative 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 2,3; Prom 
Committee 3; Usher 3. 

LINDA CAROL PAWLUS Lin 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Interschool Basketball 3,4; Interschool Softball 
3,4; Senior Scandal 4. 130 



LYNN PAYNE 
G.A.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3 
Mosters 3,4; N.F.L. 4; 
138, 153 




Lynn 

dship Club 2,3; Choral 

i; N.H.S. 4. 131, 



JANET F. PEARN ^s:::;:;^^? Jon 

Euclidian Business Stdf^g^uclidion Training Club 
3; Friendship Club tX^Jj.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Survey Editoriol Staff iilgj World Affairs Club 
N.H.S. 4. 125, 149, 153" 



JOHN M. PERROni 
DIANE A. PERTICK 
KENNETH L. PERUSEK 



Sonney 

Diane 

Ken 



HANS GUNTHER PESC H Hansie 

Assemblies 3,4; Studenf,-;S«Pply Store 2,3,4; Football 
2; Homecoming ChalrmaO-:4,; Key Club 4; Lettermen 
3,4; P.A. Club 2; Senior {ftatidal 4; Co-Editor 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Executive! -Board 4; Vice-President 4; 
Track 2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4* Cross Country 3; N.H.S. 4. 
91, 102, 130, 133, 153, 156, 159 

EDWARD J. PESEC Eddie 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 2,3,4; Gym Leader 3; 
Key Club 2,3; Lettermen 4; Wrestling 2,3; Senior 
Class Vice-President 4. 70, 171 



JACQUELINE RUTH PETERKA 
Friendship Club 2. 



GARY H. PETERS 



Road Runner 



Pete 



CAROL ANN PETERSON Carol 

Student Council Bookiiore-.tS; Choral Masters 3,4; 
Executive Boord 4; Eucitttfliii Editorial Staff 4; Layout 
Editor 4; Euclidian Trotnirte-'Club 3; Friendship Club 
2; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' (StdCciub 2; I.Q.S. 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Art Editor 4;l!Student Council 4; Spring 
Ploy 3; N.H.S. 4. 122, 130, 132, 138, 144, 153 

RICHARD J. PETERSON Rich 

THOMAS R. PETROCHIC Tom 

Eucuyo Representative 4. 

ANTHONY CHARLES PETRUZZI Tony 

Big Show 2; Choral Masters 3,4; Dramatics Work 
Shop 4; Eucuyo 3; Fall Ploy 2,3; Spectrum 3,4; Spring 
Ploy 2,3; Thespians 2,3,4. 131, 138 

NIKKI C. PHILLIPS ^s^nr^;:::? Cookie 

E-Room Guard 4; Fri^'n^p^ Club 2,3; Cabinet 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Reporter'jS?^rvey Editorial Staff 3,4; 
Art Editor 4; Majorette t^iB 2,3; Ski Club 4; I.Q.S. 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 126, 144, 153 JidO 

JAMES RICHARD PIETRO Jim 

Football 4; Track 3; Crazy 8's 3,4. 70 

KAREN PAULA PIKE Peonuts 

Euclidian Representative 3; Eucuyo Representative 3; 
Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Secretary 3; Hall 
Guard 2,3; Co-op Student 4; Student Council 2,3; 
Survey Representative 2,3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 2,3,4; 
Student Director 4. 148 

CHRISTOPHER GEORG^'II^^EY Chris 

Honor Study Hall 2; LertftB'en 3,4; Science Seminar 
2,3,4; Survey Editorial S*a|f=4; Track 3,4; Cross Coun- 



try 3,4; Library Monitor 4; I. OS. 4; N.H.S. 4. 87, 
89, 91, 126, 144, 153, 154 

JOANNE VICTORIA PINTO Jo 

Friendship Club 2. 

SHARON LEA PIOTROWSKI Sharon 

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

JUDITH SUZANNE PIRC Judy 

Friendship Club 2,3,4. 150 

DARLENE M. PISCOPO Darlene 

THOMAS HENRY PLICKERT Tom 

Honor Study Holl 2. 

JAMES W. POWALIE Jim 

Junior Red Cross 4; D.E.C.A. 4. 151, 218 

JEROME W. POWALIE Jerry 

D.E.C.A. 4. 218 

JOHN RICHARD POZUN John 

Eucuyo Representative 4; Hall Guard 2; Wrestling 2; 
Baseball 2. 

MAUREEN E. PRATT Moe 

G.A.A. 4. 

ROBERT CHARLES PRIJATELJ Bob 

Big Show 2,3,4; Fall Play 2; Concert Bond 2,3,4; Key 
Club 3,4; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Pep 
Band 2,3,4; Survey Business Staff 4. 128, 136, 156 

CAROL DAWN PULVER Carol 

Concert Band 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 3; Marching Bond 2,3,4; 
Movie Club 2,3; Spectrum 2,3; Executive Board 3. 

THOMAS JAY PURDY Tom 

Euclidian Representative 3; Eucuyo Representative 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2,3; Survey Representative 2. 

SHARON MARIE PYLICK S.Soron 

F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; N.F.L. 4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; Panther Block 4. 136, 145, 149 

LENORE ELIZABETH RAST Lenore 

Friendship Club 2,3,4. 150 

CYNTHIA MARIE REBA Cindy 

Big Show 2; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Representative 
2; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Girls' 
Glee Club 2; Junior Cabinet 3; Majorette Substitute 
4; Student Council Representative 2. 

PATRICIA DALE REDDI^g"^ Pat 

Friendship Club 2; F.f!^|2;3,4; G.A.A. 3; Survey 
Business Staff 3,4; Sur-kfll/itorial Staff 3,4; N.H.S. 
4. 153 ^p 

ARTHUR DEAN REDER Deon 

RICHARD DONALD REDMOND Rick 

Big Show 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Fall Play 2,3,4; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Ploy Night 2,3,4; Stage Craft 
Club 2,3,4; Spring Play 2,3,4. 

GARY C. REED Gary 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Euclidian Representative 
2; Homecoming Escort 4; Hall Guard 3; Key Club 
3,4; Student Council 2,3; Swim Team 2; Woi Nopolo 
2. 125, 156 

CAROL LOUISE REESE Reesie 

Assemblies 2; Cadet Bond 2; Eucuyo Representative 
3; Friendship Club 2; Majorette Club 2; N.F.L. 2; 
Spring Ploy 2. 

CAROLINE M. REEVES Carol 

Concert Bond 2,3,4; Chevron Society 3,4; Friendship 
Club 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Marching Bond 2,3,4. 137, 149 

VICTORIA G. REGALBUTO Vicki 

I.Q.S. 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 4; Photographer 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 2; P.A. Club 2,3,4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4. 122, 130, 144, 150, 
158 



JOHN R. REICHENBACH Jacfc 

Football 2,3,4; Letlermen 4; Track 3,4. 70, 89 

WILLIAM HOWARD REINKE Bill 

Euclidian Representative 3; Key Club 3,4; Baseball 2. 
156 

DONALD E. REISINGER Don 

Key Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 156 

RAE VIRGINIA RES Roe 

Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Representative 3; Eucuyo 
Representotive 3; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 
2,3; Junior Gym Leader 3; Girls' Glee Club 2. 



DARLENE KAYE RHODES 
Friendship Club 2. 



RAYMOND RIGGS 



CAROL ANN RINEHART 
Student Council Alternate 3. 



Darlene 

Ray 
Rine 



CHARLOTTE JEAN RITZ Char 

Ad Club 4; Assemblies 3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Euclidian Training Clu b 3, E uclidian Representative 
2; Friendship Club 2, -t.J,Ar-2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; G.L.C. 
2; Homecoming 3,4, Fjujl- €,uard 2,3; Honor Study 
Hall 2; N.F.L. 2,3,4, Sd(Cta^Chairman 4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Treasurer 4; Prom CoHfWfftee 3; Student Council 
2,3,4; Spectrum 4; Usher 2,3, World Affairs Club 2,3; 
Winter Sports Attendant 4; Majorette Substitute 3; 
Majorette 4. 113, 125, 131, 132, 145, 152, 164 

LINDA LEMON ROBERTS lemon 

Assemblies 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; J.V. Captain 2; 
Substitute 4; Euclidian J!eg^:^entative 3; Friendship 
3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 3; iSpi^r 3; Hall Guord 3; Let- 
termen 3,4; N.H.S. 3v4i"''Tnduction Committee 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; AdveVHsing 4; Student Council 4; 
Survey Business Staff 3,47lfrfrculation 4; Survey Rep- 
resentative 3; Spirits 4; Panther Drive Chairman 3. 
95, 96, 128, 130, 132, 152, 165 

BARBARA ANN ROBICH Barbie 

Eucuyo Representative 2; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 
2; Honor Study Hall 2; Senior Scandal 4; Survey Rep- 
resentative 2. 130 



CHARLES DAVID ROBINSON 



Chuck 



ROBERTA JEAN ROCHKAR Bobbie Jean 

I.Q.S. 4; Euclidian Edj^^fi^ Staff 4; I.D. Editor 4; 
Euclidian Training Club'%' FHendship Club 2,3; Cab- 
inet 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2/ Junior Cabinet 3; Prom 
Committee 3; N.H.S. 3,44[Sludent Council 4; Survey 
Representative 3; Spirits^ Usher 3; Girls' Glee Club 
2; Majorette Club 2,3; Student Secretary 4. 122, 132, 
144, 152, 165 

SAMUEL ROCKWELL Rock 

Basketball 2,3,4; E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Letlermen 
4; Track 4. 80, 89, 90 

SANDRA LEE RODENCIC Sandy 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 3; F.N.A. 3,4; 
Girls' Glee Club 3; Movie Club 4. 138, 146, 150 

EILEEN M. RODGERS Eileen 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Hall Guard 
3; Wai Nopolo 3,4; Student Council 3. 161 



ROBERT W. ROESCH Bob 

LINDA EVE ROGERS Linda 

Ad Club 3; E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Friendship Club 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Majorette Club 2,3,4. 

CHERYL LYNN ROLAND Cheri 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; Student Supply Store 
2,3,4; Student Council 2; N.F.L. 4. 159 

DAVID EDWARD ROLL Dave 

Cadet Bond 3; Concert Band 2; Foreman's Club 4; 
Marching Bond 2. 158 

DONALD J. ROMANO Don 

Eucuyo Representative 2,3; Gym Leader 3; P.A. Club 
2,3,4. 158 



DONNA J. ROMANO Donna 

Choral Masters 4; EuclistT£Jroir 2,3; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 3; Friendship(°E|g^2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Secre- 
tary 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; <!iX^3A; President 4; N.H.S. 
3,4; Student Supply Stypj; Survey Business Staff 
3,4; Survey Representotiv^; Senior Cabinet 4. 128, 
138, 149, 152, 162 



MICHAEL L. ROMANO 



Mike 



JACKIE MAY ROSCHY Rooch 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4. 149 

JANET NORMA ROSE Gypsy 

Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; G.L.C. 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Honor Study Hall 
2; Usher 2; Ski Club 4. 160, 162 



EDWARD ROSEZAK 



Ed 



JO ANNE ROUSE 
G.A.A. 2,3. 



JANE C. ROWLAND 



JAMES GEORGE ROSIPKO Jim 

Chess Club 2; Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Senior 
Cabinet 4. 218 

DIANN L. ROSS Rossi Bofaes 

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

JOHN C. ROTH John 

Jo 

Jan'ie 

MARGARET LEE RUPAR Rup 

Cadet Bond 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
Student Council 3. 

LAURA LEE RYDER ^s:::;:^^ Laura 

Friendship Club 2,3; f.TMSl'i; G.A.A. 2; Hall Guard 
3; Honor Study Hall %'}#<^ Linguists 2,3; Student 
Council 2,3; Survey BusiySstaff 4; Office Assistant 
3,4; N.H.S. 4. 128, 149, 153 

DIANE MARIE SALYAN Di 

Friendship Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 
150 



ROGER W. SANDERSON 
MICHAEL L. SANTAY 



Roger 
Mike 



ROSEANNE MARIE SARAMA Marty 

Choral Masters 3,4; Friendship Club 2,4; Girls' Glee 
Club 2; World Affairs Club 4. 138, 150, 156 

RONALD B. SARSTEDT Ron 

Football 2; Letlermen 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 
3,4. 87, 89 

MARGO LORRAINE SCHAFFER Margo 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Survey 
Representative 3; Majorette Club 2,3. 148 

JOHN C. SCHASER John 

GAIL MAY SCHEID Goil 

Friendship Club 2; Student Secretary 2; Office Run- 



PATRICIA M. SCHERER 



ROBERT B. SCHIEMANN 

Foreman's Club 2; Football 2; Gym Leader 2. 



MARY K. SCHNELLER 



Pot 
Bob 

Mary 



JON ERIC SCHROETER Jon 

Foreman's Club 2; Football 2,3,4; Lettermen 2,3,4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Track 2,3,4. 70, 81, 130 

ROBERT WADE SCHUEiJfc-.^ Wade 

A.F.S. 2,3,4; Chairman til!®. 4; Chess Club 2; Foil 
Play 2,4; Moth Club 2,3!f,:N#,l!. 3,4; President 4; Com- 
mittee Chairman 2,3; l4fl.p 3,4; P.A. Club 2,3; An- 
nouncer 2,3; Science Semilar 2,3,4; Thespian Club 4; 
Usher 4. 145, 152, 154, 159 

JANE HALL SCHULTE '\WktJ Jonie 

N.H.S. 4; E-Room Acti\|j;&j/4; Friendship Club 2,3; 



314 



G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; Executive Board 4; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Maiorette Substitute 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Scandal 4. 130, 153, 162 

ANN W. SCHULTZ Annie 

Friendstiip Club 2; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Homecom- 
ing 4; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Senior 
Scandal 4; Student Council 3,4; Sophomore Cabinet 
2; Usher 3,4; Panther Block 4; Spectrum 4; Senior 
Class Treasurer 4. 130, 131, 132, 149, 171 



PAUL JOSEPH SCHULTZ 
Spectrum 3. 



Paul 



JOHN W. SCOTT JR. John 

Cadet Band 2,3; Lettermen 3,4; Marching Bond 2,3; 
Pep Band 2,3; Tennis 2,3,4. 101 

CHARLOTTE M. SEDMAK Chor 

Friendship Club 2,3. 

DAVID R. SEDMAK Dave 

RUTHANNE V. SEGUIN Ruth 

I.Q.S. 4; E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Eucuyo 3,4; Essay 
Editor 4; Dance Chairman 4; Eucuyo Representative 
4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Supply Store 2; Panther 
Block 4. 130, 144 



SHARON ANN SEIFERT 



Sharon 



CAROL A. SERKOWNIK Pokey 

Cadet Band 2,3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; F.N. A. 3,4; 
G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 2,3,4. 150 

PATRICIA ROSE SERNEL Segie 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Euclid Choir 4; Eucuyo 4; 
Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Hall Guard 2; Usher 
2. 130, 141 

ROBERT SHANER Sob 

Eucuyo 4; World Affairs Club 2,3,4. 130, 156 

JOAN A. SHAUGHNESSY Joni 

G.A.A. 4. 

NANCY LOUISE SHEPPARD Non 

Choral Masters 4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 
3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Concessions 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 
2; Survey Representative 2. 125, 138, 149 

LINDA MAE SHERRILL J::;:;:;:^ tindo 

N.F.L. 4; N.H.S. 4; FteffiWip Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; 
Honor Study Hall 2; f^^l Oub 3; Student Supply 
Store 3,4; Manager 4; Wffld Affairs Club 3,4; Vice- 
President 4. 153, 156, 139 

CYNTHIA SUSAN SHIELDS Cindy 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Homecoming 3; Majorette Club 2,3,4; Majorette Sub- 
stitute 4; Prom Committee 4; Student Council 2,3; 
Survey Representative 3. 78 

DENISE MARIE SHINOSKY Denise 

Friendship Club 3,4; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Panther 
Block 4. 150 

JO ANN E. SHIRK Jo Ann 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Co-op 
Student 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4. 148 

BARBARA JEAN SHUBER Barb 

N.H.S. 4, I.Q.S. 4; Ad Club 2,3,4; E-Room Activities 
4; Euclidian Business sSf^ Euclidian Training Club 
3; Euclidian RepresenlofJvi 3; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
F.N.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3;ijtelA;.A. 2,3; Homecoming 2; 
Hall Guard 2,3; Prom eSfinittee 3; Student Council 
2,3; Survey Representati\4 3; Usher 2; Ski Club 4. 
125, 144, 150, 153, 160, 164 

EDWARD JOSEPH SHURMAN Sherm 

Assemblies 2,3; Golf Club 3; Hall Guord 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Track 2. 

KAREN ANN SIAT Karen 

E-Room Activities 3,4; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2, 
3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2; Survey Representative 
2; Usher 3; Ski Club 4. 160 



CAROLYN ANN SIDMAN 
Friendship Club 2; Hall Guard 2,3. 



DONNA MAE SIEDLER Donna 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Junior Red Cross 2. 

LA VONNE MARLENE SifOtt La Vonne 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; EuctteWn Business Staff 4; Funds 
Manager 4; Euclidian -T^itfing Club 3; Friendship 
Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; CkMS- 2,3,4; Honor Study Hall 
2; Survey Representative^fT 125, 145, 149, 153 



GEORGE R. SIRCA 
Baseball 2,3; Lettermen 3. 



George 



ELAINE JANET SIRKO Elaine 

E-Room Activities 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 
2,3; Hall Guard 3; Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 2,3; Student Council 3. 218 



JOHN A. SIVEC 



Squ 



KAREN MARIE SKALSKI Karen 

Ski Club 4; Assemblies 3,4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Honor Study Hall 2; 
Majorette Club 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4. 78, 150, 160 

ROBERTA SUSAN SKEIVIS Bobbi 

Euclidian Representative 2,3; Friendship Club 2; 
F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Junior Cab- 
inet 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2; Major- 
ette Club 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Head Majorette 4; 
Student Secretary 4; One-for-the-Panthers 3,4. 78, 79 

SHEILA ANN SKOLL Sf^ Sheila 

N.H.S. 4; Eucuyo Repr«senlative 2; Friendship Club 
2,3; F.N.A. 3,4; Junior S^d' Cross 2,3,4; Red Cross 
Club 2. 150, 151, 153 -^ 



IRMA JEAN SKROUT 
G.A.A. 2,3. 



Irma 



MARILYN G. SKULLY Marylyn 

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

PAMELA SLOCOMB Pom 

Ski Club 4; Transferred to Euclid in Jr. year. 160 

ESTHER NATALIE SLUGA Esther 

Ski Club 4; Friendship Club 2,3; Honor Study Hall 2; 
G.A.A. 2,3. 160 

DAGMAR S. SMILEY Dagmor 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; World Affairs Club 4; Transferred 
to Euclid in Jr. year. 149, 156 



LINDA J. SMINK ,"?X"'"/ Linda 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; EucKiiiSo.' Business Staff 4; Euclid- 
ian Training Club 3; Fridiidship Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; 
Spectrum 2,4; Usher 3. U5, 131, 144, 149, 150, 153 

CAROLYN SMITH ^^7 Smitly 

N.H.S. 4; F.N.A. 4; Trc|^^ed to Euclid in Sr. year. 
150, 153 WS 

LIONEL STEPHEN SMIT^F"^- Lionel 

N.H.S. 4; Chess Club "l^ii Eucuyo 4; Hall Guard 2; 
Science Seminar 2,3,4; )Vot\d Affairs Club 4; Polit- 
ical Affairs Club 4. 130^1153, 154, 156, 163 



LUCILLE SMITH 
Student Secretary 2,3,4. 



MARIE S. SMITH 



SANDRA E. SMITH 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 



JOHN J. SMOLIC 



Lucy 

Marie 
Snledly 

John 



WILLIAM JOSEPH SNELLER Willie 

Assemblies 2,3,4; Fall Play 2; Honor Study Hall 3; 
P.A. Club 2,3,4; Treosurer 4; Ploy Night 2; Spring 
Play 2. 158 

JOANNE O. SOVICH Joonnie 

Ad Club 2,3; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Training Club 
3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Holl 
Guard 3; Student Council 2; World Affoirs Club 4; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Majorette Club 2,3. 156 



DENNIS A. SPATE Dennis 

Chess Club 2; Eucuyo 3,4; Eucuyo Representative 4. 
130 



JOYCE CHRISTINE SPLISTISER 
Friendship Club 3,4. 150 



Joyce 



HENRY M. SPOLAR Hank 

I.Q.S. 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Key Club 2,3,4; 
Ski Club 4. 125, 144, 156, 160 

BARBARA DELORIS SPRING Barb 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Euclidian Representative 
2,3; Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Homecoming 3; 
Honor Study 2; Prom Committee 4; Student Council 
2,3; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Majorette Club 3; In- 
formation Booth Worker 3; Senior Cabinet 4. 126 



ANNASTACHIA M. SPRINGER 



Ann 



TERRY LEE SPRINGER Terry 

Honor Study Hall 2,3; Movie Club 3; Track 2; Woi 
Napolo 2; Cross Country 3. 



ROGER M. SPROCHI 
GEORGE B. SPUHLER 



-Rog 
Bud 



THOMAS JOSEPH STAHRE Tom 

Ski Club 4; Big Show 3; Fall Ploy 4; Spectrum 3,4; 

Vice-President 4; Stage Croft Club 3,4; Tennis 2,3. 
101, 131, 160 

SUZANNE V. STANKIEWICZ Sue 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Representative 2; 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Red 
Cross Club 2. 



BRUCE MICHAEL STANLEY Green G/i 

Hall Guard 2;-Co-op Student 4; Wrestling 2. 



JUDITH GAYLE STANLEY Dee 

Choral Masters 4; E-Room Activties 2; Euclid Choir 
3; Euclidian Representative 2; Eucuyo Representative 
2; Friendship Club 2; Student Council 2; Survey Rep- 
resentative 2; Student Court 4. 138 

LAWRENCE G. STAPLETON lorry 

BARBARA JEAN STAROSTANKO Barbie 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 148, 150 

ROBERT ELDON STATZ Bob 

Ski Club 4; Cadet Band 2; Marching Band 2; Pep 
Band 2; Woi Nopolo 2; Spectrum 3,4; Tennis 3. 131, 
160 

CYNTHIA GERMAINE SIEAGLER Cindy 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; Bfg-.SihDv/ 3; Euclidian Training 
Club 3; Euclidian Repj-^en.fotive 3; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 3; F.T.A. 2,3Mfe:A.A. 2,3,4; Orchestra 2, 
3,4; Vice-President 3; SulWey Business Staff 4; Spec- 
trum 4; Secretary 3. 128, 131, 136, 144, 149, 153 

MARCIA JOAN STEA^fg;^ Marc 

N.H.S. 4; I.Q.S. 4; Stgi^/^Ov/ 3; Euclidian Training 
Club 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 'OXA. 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; 
Treosurer 3; Survey Bosiiliets Staff 4; Program Man- 
ager 4; Survey Repres'e^a'tive 3; Spectrum 4. 128, 
131, 136, 144, 149, 153 



FRED WILLIAM STEELMAN 
Bowling 2,4; Hall Guard 3. 100 



ALLAN GARY STEICH 
CARL STEINFURTH 



TERRY ANN STEKLASSA 

G.A.A. 2,3; Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 4. 218 



Freddibare 

Big Al 
Sur-foot 
Terry 



Carole 



ELAINE MARIE SOWUL 



Elaine 



ANNA LEE STEPIC ^^^^^ -^nnie 

Euclidian RepresentoMv^^S Friendship Club 2,3; 
F.T.A. 2,3,4; Executive 'Boff^ 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 
4; Hall Guard 3; N.F.LkfcN.H.S. 3,4; Funds Chair- 
man 4; Student Council iA; Usher 2,3,4. 149, 152, 
162 

CHERYL MARIE STEPIt4^!i?«"^ Sherry 

N.H.S. 4; Ad Club 3,4, t?fendship Club 2,3; Movie 
Club 2,3,4; Science Senyfc: 2; Survey Editorial Staff 
4. 126, 146, 153, 164 y 



315 



KENNETH A. STEVENSON 



Ken 



NORBERT LEE STEWART Norm 

N.H.S. 4; Concert Band^;;^^^J;Golf Club 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; 
Key Club 4; Marching', 6^,2,3,4; Top Sergeant 4; 
P.A, Club 2; Pep Band |3^,4tudent Council 2,3; Sur- 
vey Business Staff 3,4; Bclltrtess Manager 4; Political 
Affairs Club 4; Senior Catfinet 4. 128, 144, 153, 156, 
163 

JUDITH ANN STRAUSBAUGH Judy 

I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Aj;5^; Big Show 2,3; Concert 
Bond 2,3,4; Chevron SS^/1^^3A: Euclidian Business 
Manager 4; Euclidian i.TfiWng Club 3; Friendship 
Club 2; F.T.A. 3; G.AWb; Marching Band 2,3,4; 
Orchestra 2,4; Pep Bandlf2,3,4; Pit Band 2,3; Wai 
Napolo 4. 136, 137, 144, 159, 161 



MARGARET M. STRAZISAR 
Friendship Club 3. 



JOAN A. STRNAD 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 



Morge 



LINDA KATHLEEN STRNISHA Undo 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2; Red Cross 
Club 2. 



ELAINE M. STURM 

LEON RICHARD SUBSTELNY 



Elaine 
Leo 



DAVID J. SUMMERS Dove 

Big Show 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Foil Play 2,3,4; 
Movie Club 3,4; Ploy Night 2,3,4; Stage Craft Club 
2,3,4; Spring Play 2,3,4; Thespian Club 2,3,4. 146 



GEORGE SUMPH 



George 



RONALD EDWARD SURTZ Ron 

I.Q.S. 4; Big Show 2; Qtci^tro 2,3,4; Concert Band 
2,3,4; Euclidian EdilorloK^ff 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 3; Eucuyo ReprelT^pj/ve 3; Key Club 2,3,4; 
Latin Club 2; Marchin|Jfcyid 2,3,4; Moth Club 3; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Orchestra irW Band 2,3; Science Sem- 
inar 2,3,4; Spectrum 3,4. 122, 131, 136, 144, 154, 
156 

JOHN RAYMOND SUSTERSIC Roy 

Football 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2; Lettermen 2,3,4; Wrest- 
ling 2,3,4; Captain 4; Baseball 2,3,4. 70, 102 

DARL LAWRENCE SUTTON lorry 

Cadet Mand 3; Concert Band 2; Football 2; Marching 
Bond 2; Stage Croft Club 2; Tennis 3. 

ADELE MARGARET SWAIN Dell 

N.F.L. 4; A.F.S. 4; Student Supply Store 4; Choral 
Masters 4; F.T.A. 4; Student Council 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 4; Spirits Club 4; A.F.S. Student 1963-64. 
126, 132, 138, 149, 159, 165 

WILLIAM VICTOR SWEENEY Bill 

Honor Study Hall 3; P.A. Announcer 3; Swim Team 2, 
3,4; Wai Napolo 4; Spectrum 4; World Affairs Club 
4. 108, 131, 156, 161 

EARL H. SWITALSKY l^p-"/ Earl 

N.H.S. 4. 153 i^^ 

ROBERT D. SYMONDS ^ Bob 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Lettermen 2,3; 
Wrestling 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. 70, 95, 102 

ALMA I. SYRACUSE Alma 

KENNETH A. TAKACS Ken 

Senior Cabinet 4. 

RICHARD A. TARANTINO Rich 

Foreman's Club 4; Movie Club 2; Swim Team 2; Wai 
Napolo 2; Track 2. 158 

PHILLIP GEORGE TARTAGLIA Pooch 

Bowling 2; Honor Study Hall 2; Key Club 4; Lettermen 
2,3; Track 3; Cross Country 2,3. 156 



NANCY LEE TEEGARDIN 
JAMES A. TEGEL 



Nancy 
Jim 



JAMES WILLIAM TEKAVEC 
MARGARET A. TEKAVEC 



ESTELLE C. TERRANOVA 
Friendship Club 2. 



Telk 
Marge 
Estelle 



LINDA MARY THAMER Lin 

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

DENNIS NOEL THAYER Denny 

Gym Leoder 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Lettermen 2, 
3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Captain 4; Cross Country 2. 102 

PATRICIA ANN THOMAS Fat 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 3; Co-op Student 4. 

DAVID S. THOMPSON Rusty 

Swim Team 2; Wai Napolo 2; D.E.C.A. 4; President 4. 
218 

ROBERT F. THORPE Bob 

E-Room Activities 2,3,4. 

KENNETH W. TIDERMAN Ken 

ROBERT J. TILK Bob 

Bowling 3,4; Chess Club 2; Track 2,3,4. 89, 100 

JAMES T. TKATCH Jim 

ROSANN N. TOKES Ro 

G.A.A. 4. 

PAUL DEAN TOLCHINSKY Paul 

F.T.A. 2; Football 2; Key Club 4; Wrestling 2,3; Sen- 
ior Scandal 4; Senior Cabinet 4. 156 

SHARON BETTY TOMASELLO Shori 

Junior Red Cross 3; Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 4. 218 

LINDA MARIE TOMKO lindo 

Choral Mosters 3,4; Ex a^vllyp Board 4; Eucuyo Rep- 
resentative 2,3; F.T.A. S^S/^A.A. 2; I.Q.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 
3,4; Induction Chairmar^ 4^"fS;fudent Council 2,4; Sur- 
vey Representative; Sur^^f^itorial Staff 2,3,4; Copy 
Reader 3; News Editor 47|Tbrary Monitor 2; Buckeye 
Girl's State Alternate 3. 126, 132, 138, 144, 152 



STEPHEN JAMES TOWARD 
Choral Masters 3,4. 138 



Steve 



CYNTHIA J. TRAINA Cindi 

Friendship Club 3,4; Fall Play 4; G.A.A. 4; N.F.L. 2, 
3,4; Secretary 4. 145, 150 

BEVERLY ANN TRAMTE Bev 

DALE CYRIL TRAVEN Dale 

Baseball 2. 

LOUISE B. TRAVEN Louise 

Friendship Club 2. 



MARGARET J. TRAXLER 



BARBARA R. TRUSKOLASKI 
D.E.C.A. 4. 218 



Marge 
Barb 

SANDRA MARLENE TUCCERI Sandy 

Big Show 2,3,4; Concert Bond 2,3,4; Chevron Society 
2,3; Friendship Club 2,3; Marching Bond 2,3,4; Pep 
Band 2; Survey Business Staff 4; Accountant 4. 128, 
137 

KATHLEEN L. TURK Kathy 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 4; Honor Study Hall 2. 149 

FRANCES ULLE Fronces 

Cadet Bond 2; LibroriStK'^^i^hess Club 2; Concert 
Bond 3,4; Librarian 3,4;v^ft^i'on Society 3,4; Friend- 
ship Club 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4 KfiBond 2; Marching Band 
2,3,4; World Affairs CliM3i4; N.H.S. 4. 137, 149, 
153, 156 * 

KATHERINE MARIE ULLsS^ Kathy 

Euclidian Business Stoft^Mr^uclidian Training Club 
3; Friendship Club 2; kwkj'jii G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 
3,4; N.H.S. 4; N.F.L. 4. rafiflSS, 162 , 



NANCY A ULLE Nancy 

Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 2; Spectrum 4; World Af- 
fairs Club 3,4; Secretary 3; President 4. 131, 156 

JAMES G. ULLESTAD Jim 

Bowling 2; Cadet Bond 2,3,4; Lettermen 4; Marching 
Band 2,3,4; Cross Country 4. 87, 95 



ELIZABETH ALICE UNICK 

JUDITH ANN URANKAR 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Eucli? 
ion Training Club 3;' 
Friendship Club 2,3; 



Betty 

Judy 
^Business Staff 4; Euclid- 
Representative 3; 
2,3; G.L.C. 3,4; Vi( 



President 4; Hall GuarMKaunior Cabinet 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Co-Chairmmfl; Student Council 3; Ski 
Club 4; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.S. 4. 125, 144, 153, 160 

AMBER ANN URBANCEK Bambi 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3; Junior Red Cross 3; 

Co-op Student 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3. 
218 

GERALDINE F. URBAN^C^^^ Gerri 

I.Q.S. 4; Student Suppl^^piS 2,3,4; Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 3; Euclidian B^tfess Staff 4; Friendship 
Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4;mHC. 3,4; N.F.L. 2; N.H.S. 
3,4; student Council 2,3. 9 25, 152, 162 

JOSEPH WILLIAM URBANICK Joe 

Football 2,3,4; Co-Coptain 4; Gym Leader 3; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Lettermen 3,4; Student Council 3; Cadet 
Band 2; Orchestra 2,3; Concert Bond 3,4; Spirits Club 
4; Wrestling 2,3; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Ski Club 4. 70, 71, 
91, 160, 165 



LEONARD M. URONIS 
Science Seminar 2. 



Lenny 



ROBERT JAMES USALIS Bob 

Camera Club 3,4; Honor Study Hall 2; Lettermen 2; 
P.A. Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Science Seminar 2; 
Spring Play 2; Track 2,3; Cross Country 2,3; Ski Club 
4. 146, 158, 160 

LAURA LYNN VAHCIC Laurie 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 3; F.N.A. 

3,4; Girls' Glee Club 2; Spectrum 2,4; Usher 3; 
N.H.S. 4, 131, 150, 153 



RAYMOND CARL VAN OAYEN 
Marching Band 2,3. 



Ray 



ROSEMARY VATTY Rose 

Eucuyo Alternate Representative 3; G.A.A. 2,3. 



JEROME A. VENCL 

MERILYN VERBIC 
Hall Guard 3. 

GEORGE L. VERNER 

CHE.WL K. VERNICK 

JOHN CARL VIBURS 



Jerry 
Wiggles 

George 

Cheryl 

Big John 



MARIA JENNIA VOCATURO Nell 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2; Hall Guard 3; Honor 
Study Hall 3; Student Council 2. 

SIGRID VON REKOWSKI Sigrid 

G.A.A. 2; F.T.A. 2; Movie Club 2,3,4; N.F.L. 4. 146 

JUDITH ANN VORHEES Judy 

Transferred to Euclid in Soph. year. 

MARIE ANN VOVKO Marie 

Friendship Club 2,3. 

DAVID JOSEPH VRH Joe 

Football 2,3; Track 2,3,4. 89 

DALE E. WALTERMIRE Waldo 

Eucuyo Representative 4; Movie Club 2,3,4. 146 

THOMAS ALLEN WALTEfc^,^ Tom • 

Euclidian Business Stafrl,w^^Bi:lidian Training Club 3; 
Honor Study Hall 2; Ke|s|iib 3; Science Seminar 2; 
Wrestling 2; I.Q.S. 4; Nl#p^4. 125, 144, 153 



316 



AAARION WASENDA Mickey 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Foil Play 2; N.F.L. 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Play Night 
4; Student Court 4; Library Monitor 4; I.Q.S. 4. 125, 
144, 145 

STEVEN ECHOLS V/AT^E? Stece 

World Affairs Club 4; 1^^ 4. 153, 156 

SUSAN JEAN WATTS * Sue 

CAROL ANN WEBB Car 

Cheerleader 2; E-Room Activities 2,3,4; Euclid Choir 
3; Euclidian Training Club 3; Euclidian Business Staff 
4; Euclidian Representative 2; Eucuyo Representative 
2,3; Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Jun- 
ior Cabinet 3; Student Council 2,3; Survey Represent- 
ative 2,3; Ski Club 4; I.Q.S. 4. 125, 144, 149, 150, 
160 

MICHAEL P. WEBER Mike 

Football 2,3,4; Lettermen 4; Student Council 2,3; 
Track 2,3,4. 70, 89 

AAADONNA ANN WEEKS Donno 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A, 2,3,4; 
Panther Block 4; Student Court 4. 140, 150 

ELLEN LOUISE WEHRLE Bllen 

Ad Club 2,3,4; Girls' Glee C lub 2; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 2; Eucuyo Rfgn57»ntalive 2,3; Friendship 
Club 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Ex<(£iftive Board 4; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Homecoming 4; Junior jCMbftiet 3; N.H.S. 3,4; I.Q.S. 
4; Prom Committee 3; Si«nM- Scandal 4; Treosurer 4; 
Survey Business Staff 3,4; Treasurer 3; Circulation 
Manoger 4; Survey Representative 3. 128, 130, 144, 
149, 152, 164 

BEVERLY KAY WERLEY Bev 

Friendship Club 3; Junior Red Cross 2. 



SUSAN JANE WILLSOt*;;." 
Friendship Club 2,3; F.NjAi 3,4; Movi( 
trum 2,4; N.H.S. 4. 13tJS0, 153 



Suzie 
Club 3; Spec- 



ANTHONY P. YANNI 



Tony 



JACK CLIFFORD WILSON Jack 

Gym Leader 3,4; Honof Study Hall 2; Swim Team 2; 
Wai Nopolo 3,4; Vice-President 4. 161 

CRAIG ALAN WINDER Craig 

Basketball 2,3; Football 2; Key Club 3,4; Track 2,3; 
Cross Country 2,3; Homecoming Escort 4. 156 

WALTER OSCAR WISTUM Wineo 

Eucuyo Representative 2,3. 

LAURA LEE WITTINE _s:::^:;:z7_ Laura 

Euclidian Training Cluiif*3c-i,&/tlidian Business Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 3,4; GjQ,^/2,3A; Honor Study Hall 
2; N.H.S. 3,4; World A<ft«fs Club 3,4; Student Sec- 
retary 3,4; I.Q.S. 4. 125'^,|,i44, 150, 156 



NICOLE M. WOHLGEMUTH 
Office Secretary 3,4. 



Nick; 



FRANCES C. WERVEY 
GOEFFREY B. WHITAKER 



Fran 
Jeff 



MARY LOUISE WOLANSKI Mary 

Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Oioir 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 

G.L.C. 3,4; Inter-school Basketball 2,3; Inter-school 
Baseball 2,3,4. 162 

WALTER LEONARD WOLANSKI Bud 

Euclidian Representative 4. 

ALAN PHILLIP WOLF Al 

Football 3; Gym Leader 3,4; Student Council 3. 

PENNY S. WOLF Penny 

Cheerleader 2,3,4; CtSpfein 4; Friendship Club 
2; F.N.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2^;^;, G.L.C. 3,4; Treosurer 4 
Homecoming Atlendan| j{^; Honor Study Hall 2 
Junior Cabinet 3; N.t^rt,4; Prom Committee 3, 
Spirits 3,4. 85, 96, 150, 152, 162, 165 



DAVID WOLFF 



Dave 



NANCY MARIE YERAY Money 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; G.L.C. 4; 
Hall Guard 3; Honor Study Hall 2; Monitor 2; Major- 
ette 4; Majorette Club 2,3,4; One-for-the-Panlhers 3, 
4. 78, 162 

DIANE M. YOGER Yogi 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Survey Business Staff 
4; Ski Club 4; Panther Block 4. 128, 150, 160 

ANNE JANE YOUDELL Jonie 

Eucuyo Representative 4; Transferred to Euclid in Sr. 
year. 

DENISE M. YOUNG Deni 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; 
Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 
2,3; Homecoming 2; Survey Representative 3; Ski 
Club 4; One-for-the-Ponthers 2; I.Q.S. 4. 125, 144, 
160 

DORIS LOUISE YOUNG Dor 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hall 
Guard 3; Senior Scandal 4; Student Council 4; Wai 
Nopolo 3,4; Survey Representative 3. 130, 132, 150, 
161 

JAMES R. ZAAS Jim 

Cadet Band 2; Marching Bond 2. 

ANTON JOHN ZADNIK Tony 

CATHERINE ZANGHI Cotfiy 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3; Co-op Student 4. 

GAYLE KATHLEEN ZANYK Cl^ipmunk 

Friendship Club 2; Hall Gourd 2; Honor Study Hall 2. 

SANDRA E. ZDANOWICZ Sondy 

Friendship Club 3; Junior Red Cross 4. 151 



JOAN LEE WHITTAKER Joan 

Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 3,4; Majorette Club 2,3; 
Ski Club 4. 150, 160 



JOHN G. WICHERT 



JOSEPH LEROY WICKS 
Lettermen 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. 



Jofin 
Lee 



DIANE MAE WILKES Twilkei 

Ad Club 3; Big Show 2; E-Room Activities 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2; G.A.A. 3; Hall Guard 3; Honor Study 
Hall 2; Senior Scandal 4. 130 

JACQUELINE WILKINSON Jockie 

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

SANDRA LEE WILLIAMS Wilbur 

Girls' Glee Club 2,3^^;3iaj)Jdian Training Club 3; 
Euclidian Business Stc?ffi".i*"^irculation Manager 4; 
Friendship Club 2,3; QjA^y2,3,4; G.L.C. 3,4; Home- 
coming 4; Winter SporlMtetendant 4; Junior Cabinet 
3; N.H.S. 3,4; Student CKncil 2,4; Science Seminar 
3; Spirits Club 4; Usher 3; I.Q.S. 4. 113, 125, 132, 
144, 162, 165 



JEAN M. WRENN Jean 

LAWRENCE PHILLYS WRIGHT Larry 

Honor Study Hall 2; Lettermen 2,3,4; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Survey Editorial Staff 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cross 
Country 2,3,4. 87, 89, 128 

SUSAN MARIE WRIGHT Susie 

E-Room Activities 3,4; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 
2,3,4; F.N.A. 3,4; Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Hall Guard 
3; Junior Red Cross 4. 150, 151 

SUE ANN YAGER Sue 

Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 2,3; F.N.A. 3,4; 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Junior Red Cross 4; P.A. Club 3,4; 
Spring Ploy 2. 150, 151, 158 

VERONICA ANN YAGER Roni 

Eucuyo 2,3,4; Euclidian—Iioining Club 3; Euclidian 
Business Staff 4; Eucuyo-J^op^esentative 2,3,4; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3^^■H,oll Guard 2; Honor Study 
Hall 2; I.Q.S. 4; N.H.y^j Junior Red Cross 2,3,4; 
Red Cross Club 2,3,4; VT^^resident 3; Spectrum 2,3; 
Spring Ploy 3; Eucuyo 2,3,4; Short Story Editor 4; 
Spring Ploy 3. 125, 130, 144, 151, 153 



JOANNE ELAINE ZADARA Jo 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 4; E-Room Activities 4; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Spectrum 4; Stage Croft Club 4; 
Spring Ploy 3,4; Panther Block 4. 131, 138 



VICTORIA A. ZIELASKIEWICZ 



CAROL ANN ZIMMERMAN Zimmy 

Dramatics Club 3; E-Room Activities 2; Friendship 
Club 2. 



DAVID RUSSELL ZOLLER Dove 

Cadet Bond 2; Concert Band 3,4; Honor Study Hall 
2; Marching Bond 2,3,4. 

CONNIE L. ZURLO Connie 



LINDA LOUISE ZUST ^s^::^!^ Linda 

Chorol Mosters 3,4; fucfi^ion Representative 2; 
Friendship Club 2,3; F.T.A?3',4; Hall Guard 3; Student 
Council 3; Wai NapolijiO; Spectrum 4; Usher 2,3; 
N.H.S. 4. 131, 138, 149,ll53, 161 



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FACULTY INDEX 



ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairman; Kent 

Stole University; B.S., M.Ed. Baseball Coach 46 

JOYCE ALEXANDER, Socio/ Studies: Marquette Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Kent Stole Uni- 
versity; B.S 34 

ALVIN AMSTER, Susiness Educofion; Western Reserve 
University; B.A., M.A. Student Supply Store Advis- 
or 40 

CHARLES ASHER, Physical Education: Univeristy of 
Louisville, Miami University of Oxford; B.S., M.A. 
Footboll Coach 46 

FRANK AULTZ, English; Mount Union College, Kent 
Stote University, Western Reserve University; B.A., 
M.Ed. Reoding Laboratory Director, Team Teaching 
Leader 28 

PAUL AVERS, Mathematics; Capital University, Kent 
State University; B.S., M.E. Notional Honor Society 
Advisor 38 

MARCIA BACKOS, English; Ohio Wesleyon University, 
Western Reserve University, Northwestern University, 
Lake Erie College; B.A., M.A. Senior Scandal Ad- 
visor 28 

RONALD BACKOS, Science; California State College, 
Kent Slate University; B.S., M.Ed 36 

OLIN BAILEY, Science, Chairman; Rio Grande Col- 
lege, Ohio State University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.A., M.S. Advisor of Movie Club, Visual 
Aids 36 

LILLIAN BARROW, Business Education; University of 
Pittsburgh, Muskingum College, Ohio University; 
B.S., M.Ed 40 

DONNA BAUMEISTER, Foreign longuoge; Miami Uni- 
versity, Ohio Stole University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, Baldwin-Wallace College, University of Col- 
orado, University of Munich, Germany; B.A., M.A. 32 

JEAN BECKER, English; Western Reserve University; 
B.A 28 

VIRGINIA BELL, Guidance Counseling; Beaver College, 
John Carroll University, Western Reserve University; 
B.S., M.A 26 

JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, Notre Dome University, Hertzel College, Kent 
Stole University, Ohio Slate University, Western Re- 
serve University; B.S., M.A., Ed.D 25 

BARBARA BLACK, Foreign language; University of 
Wisconsin, Kent State University, Universidad No- 
tional de Mexico; B.S., B.A 32 

ERVIN BOJA, Foreign Longuoge; University of Buda- 
pest, Western Reserve University; B.A. American 
Field Service Advisor 32 

WILLIAM BROWN, English; University of Florida, 
Western Reserve University, University of Illinois; 
B.A 28 

ADRIAN BUERGER, Mathematics; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, University of Doylon; B.S 38 

JAMES CALVERT, Science; North Central College, 
Ohio State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.A., M.A 36 

JUDITH CARMODY, English; Notre Dame College; 
B.A. Debate Advisor 28 

ARIENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman; Bowl- 
ing Green State University, Miami University, Trinity 
University, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.S. -46 

HAROLD CAYLOR, Business Education; Indiana State 
University, Edinboro State College, Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.S., M.Ed. Distributive Education Teacher 
Coordinator 40 

RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.S 43 

NANCY CLARK, Science; Allegheny College, Univer- 
sity of Michigan; B.S., M.A 36 

ROSEMARY CLEMENT, English; Ursuline College; B.A. 
Drama Club Advisor 28 



CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman; Capitol 
University, Ohio State University, Western Reserve 
University, Fenn College, Drew University; B.S., 
M.S 38 

JAMES CLIFFEL, Mathematics; John Carroll University, 
Case Institute of Technology, Kent State University; 
B.S. Ski Club Advisor, Chairman of United Appeal 
Drive 39 

LINDA COOK, Socio/ Studies; Denison University, 
Western Reserve University; B.A. . 34 

NORMA COWAN, English; Miami University; B.S. ..28 

JEAN COX, English; Allegheny University, Columbia 
University, Duquesne University, Univeristy of Pitts- 
burgh, Kent State University; B.A. Red Cross Council 
Advisor 28 

ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling; Ohio State 
University, Western Reserve Univeristy; B.S., B.A., 
M.A 27 

MOSES DANNENHIRSH, Socio/ Studies; Western Re- 
serve University, University of Chicago; B.A 34 

HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Industrial Arts; Ohio Univer- 
sity, Kent State University, John Carrol University; 
B.S. Head Basketball Coach, Assistant Football 
Coach 43 

DALE DAVISON, Science; Michigan State University, 
Ohio University, Purdue University, Ohio State Uni- 
versity; B.S., M.Ed 36 

VIRGINIA DEMORA, English; Bowling Green State 
University, B.S., M.A 28 

WILLIAM DEMORA, Socio/ Studies; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Kent State University, Indiana University, 
Claremont College; B.S., M.Ed. Key Club Advisor, 
Assistant Wrestling Coach 34 

NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Socio/ Studies; Kent State 
University; B.S 34 

FORREST DIEHL, Socio/ Studies; Hiram College, Kent 
State University, George Washington University, Uni- 
versity of Colorado, Pomona College; B.A., M.Ed. ..34 

LILLIAN DRESCHER, English; Notre Dame College, 
John Carroll University, Western Reserve University; 
M.A. 28 

SANDRA DRISCOLL, Physical Education; Wittenberg 
University; B.S. Majorette Club Advisor 46 

JOAN DUPREY, English; Western Reserve University; 
B.A. Eucuyo Advisor 28 

CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts; Western Reserve 
University, Kent State University; B.S., M.A. Head 
Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach .43 

DONALD EISEN, £ng/ish; Western Reserve University; 
B.A. Euclidian Advisor 28 

SUSAN EMSHWILLER, English; Miami University; John 
Carroll University, University of Colorado; B.S 28 

AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign longuoge; Ohio State 
University, Georgetown University, University of the 
Americas; B.S., M.A 32 

KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English; Bowling Green Stole 
University, Ursuline College, John Carroll University; 
B.A. 28 

FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio Stole 
University, Bowling Green Stole University, Ohio 
University; B.S. in Agr., B.S. in Ed 48 

DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science; Duquesne University, 
West Virginia Wesleyon University; B.E 36 

SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science; City College of New 
York, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A. Chess 
Club Advisor 36 

KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman; Kent Stole 
U/iiversity; B.S 45 

MARILYN FUERST, English; Kent Stole University; 
B.S 28 

ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Western Reserve University, Fenn College, Kent Stale 
University; B.S. Football Coach 43 



KATHERYN GATES, Foreign longuoge; Marshall Uni- 
versity; B.A., M.A 32 

CLAYTON GEORGE, Business Education; Fenn Col- 
lege, Kent State University, East Carolina College; 
B.S., M.Ed. Euclidian Advisor, Quill and Scroll Ad- 
visor 40 

WIIMA GILLMAN, Dean of Division G-l; Heidelberg 
College, Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A 27 

DONALD GLASER, Socio/ Studies; Ohio Wesleyon 
University, Ohio Stole University; B.A., M.A 34 

LOUIS GMEINDL, Mot/iemotics; Muskingum College, 
Kent Stole University, Brooklyn College, Fenn Col- 
lege, Arizona Stole University; B.S., M.S 39 

BONNIE GOODMAN, Business Education; Ohio Stale 
University; B.S 40 

MARGIE GORSLENE, Mat/iemotics; Western Kentucky 
Stole College, University of Cincinnoli, Ohio State 
University; B.A., M.Ed 39 

PAT GREINER, Socio/ Studies; Purdue University; 
B.S 34 

JOHN GRIFFIN, Deon of Division M-R; Western Re- 
serve University; B.S., M.A 26 

ELEANORA GUZMAN, English; Mocalester College, 
University of Minnesota; B.S 28 

LUISE HANOLD, Science; Ohio Stole University; B.S. 
in Chem., B.S. in Ed., M.S 36 

RONALD HARDING, Socio/ Studies; Ohio University, 
Western Reserve University, Kent Stole University; 
B.S. Bowling Advisor, Open House Chairman 34 

DALE HARPER, Music, Choirmon; Cincinnati Conserv- 
olory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Western Re- 
serve University; B.S., M.A. Bond and Orchestra Di- 
rector 47 

MARY HARRINGTON, £ng//sh; Notre Dome College; 
B.A 28 

DEAN HAWVER, Science; Ohio Stole University, Kent 
Stale University; B.Sc. in Agr., B.Sc. in Ed., M.A. 
Biology Club Advisor 36 

RAYMOND HIVELY, Socio/ Studies; Rio Grande Col- 
lege, Colorado University, Ohio State University, 
Franklin University; B.A., M. Ed 34 

GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art; Ohio Wesleyon University, 
Western Reserve University, Ohio Stole University, 
Kent State University; B.S., M.A 44 

FRANK HOFFERT, Socio/ Studies; Western Reserve 
University; B.A. Student Council Sponsor 34 

LUCY HOFFMAN, English, Chairman; Marietta Col- 
lege, Columbia University, Davis Elkins College, Uni- 
versity of Iowa, Kent State University; B.A., M.A 28 

BONNIE HOLT, Science; Ashland CoJIege, Baldwin- 
Wallace College; B.S 36 

RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts; Oberlin Col- 
lege, Hirom College, Kent Stole University; B.A., B.S., 
M.Ed 43 

WILLIAM HUNTER, Principal; Mount Union College, 
Kent Stole University, Ohio Stole University; B.A., 
M.A 24 

JACK JENKINS, English; Indiana University; B.A., 
M.A. Advisor of Thespians and Stage Crew, Dro- 
motics Director 29 

FRED JOHNS, Dean of Division A-F; Western Re- 
serve University, Kent State University, Ohio State 
University; B.S., M.A 26 

ALBERT JUDGE, Science; Kenyon College, Kent State 
University, University of Florida, Western Reserve 
University; B.S., M.S. Advisor of P.A. Club, Science 
ond Moth Seminar 36 

MILTON KADLEC, Industrial Arts; Illinois State Nor- 
mal University, John Carroll University; B.S. Assistant 
Footboll Coach 43 

CONSTANCE KREICHER, Foreign Language; Ohio 
University; B.A 32 



318 



FRANK KRPICAK, Business Education; Youngslown 
University; B.S 40 

PATRICK LANESE, Science; Western Reserve Univer- 
sity, Jofin Corroll University, Indiana State College; 
B.S 36 

EDWARD LANGER, Science; John Carroll University, 
Ohio University; B.S.S., M.A. J.V. Football Coach, .36 

JAMES LAWRENCE, Industrial Arts; Ohio University; 
B.S 43 

EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling; Northwestern 
College, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A 27 

CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum; Western Re- 
serve University; Ohio State University; B.B.A 48 

WILLIAM LIEBAL, Business Educofion; Youngstown 
University, Kent State University; B.S., M.S 40 

JAMES LINDSAY, Socio/ Studies, Chairman; Baldwin- 
Wallace College, Ohio Wesleyan University; B.A., 
M.A.T. Honors Program Coordinator 34 

RONALD LOKAR, Mof/iemofics; Kent State University; 
B.S. Assistant Baseball Coach 39 

WILLIAM McCARTER, Socio/ Studies; John Carroll 
University, Cleveland Marshall Law School; B.S., 
M.A 35 

DAVID McKELVEY, Business Education; Muskingum 
College, Indiana University; B.A., M.S. Chairman 
of Awards 40 

ROBERT McLaughlin, industrial Arts; Kent Stale Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.S 43 

RONALD MARKWELL, English; Western Kentucky State 
College; B.A., M.A 29 

LINDA MANOLOFF, Foreign Languoge; Wittenberg 
University, Ohio State University; B.A 33 

DONALD MARTIN, Guidance Counseling; Ohio Uni- 
versity, Kent State University, Toledo University; 
M.Ed 27 

EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts; Iowa State Univer- 
sity, Kent State University; B.S., M.Ed 43 

JAMES MILLER, Assistant Principal; Michigan State 
University, Kent State University, Western Reserve 
University; B.S., M.Ed., D. Ed 24 

EDMUND MIZE, Business Educolion; Ohio Stole Uni- 
versity, Ohio University, Kent Slate University; B.S. 
Advisor of Survey Business Staff 41 

PHYLLIS MODIE, Physical Education; Muskingum Col- 
lege; B.A. G.A.A. Advisor 46 

DONALD MOHR, Physical Education; Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Bowling Green Stole University, Western 
Reserve University; B.A., M.A. Athletic Director, Head 
Football Coach 46 

JUDITH NELSON, Business Education; Friel College, 
Kent State University; B.A. F.B.L.A. Advisor 41 

HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, Kent 
State University, Bowling Green State Univeristy; B.S., 
M.Ed. Tennis Coach, Foreman's Club Advisor 43 

VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts; Marshall University, 
Kent State University, John Carroll University; B.A. 45 

MYRA OLIVER, English; Mount Union College, West- 
ern Reserve University, University of London; B.A., 
M.A 29 

CAROL PETVAI, Home Arts; Ohio Slate University: 
B.S 45 

JUNE PHYPERS, Business Education; Denison Univer- 
sity, Spencerian Secretarial School, New York Uni- 
versity, Rodcliffe College, Middlebury College, West- 
ern Reserve University; B.S., B.A., M.A 41 

LOLA PINNEY, English; Upsala College, Wayne State 
University, Western Reserve University, Notre Dame 
College; B.A 29 

FRANK PRINGLE, English; St. Bonaventure, St. Francis 
College, Bucknell University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, John Carroll University, Kent State University; 
B.A. Golf Coach 29 

MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Socio/ Studies; Wilmington Col- 
lege, Ohio University; B.S., M.Ed. Student Council 
Advisor 35 



MARILYN REIFF, Physical Education; Bowling Green 
State University; B.S. Girls' Leaders Club Advisor. 46 

HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education; University 
of Toledo, Western Reserve University; B.Ed. Assist- 
ant Wrestling Coach 46 

CHARLES RENO, Mot/iematici; Edinboro State Col- 
lege, Western Reserve University, Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Case Institute of Technology, Fenn College, 
Harvard University, Arizona State University, Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, B.S., M.Ed. Math Club Advisor. 39 

MARTIN RENO, Science; Edinboro Slate College, 
Harvard University, Western Reserve University; B.S., 
M.Ed., M.S. Coordinator of Advanced Placement. 36 

VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education; Miami University; 
B.S. Advisor of Swim Club, Swim Coach 46 

DONALD RINKES, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
Kent Stole University; West Liberty Slate College, 
University of West Virginia, University of Hawaii, 
Fenn College, Cose Institute of Technology; Ohio 
State University; B.S., M.Ed. Camera Club Advisor. 39 

RUTH ROBINSON, English; Muskingum College; 
B.A 29 

LEONARD ROBUCK, English; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.A., M.A. Advisor of Notional Forensic 
League, Fall Play, Talent Scouts 29 

TERRY ROSS, English; Ohio Wesleyan University, Uni- 
versity of Michigan; B.A., M.A. Head J.V. Football 
Coach 29 

ROGER ROUND, English; Mount Union College, Penn- 
sylvonio Stole University, Kent Stole University; B.A., 
M.Ed. Spectrum Advisor, Debate Advisor 29 

OTTO SANTOS, Business Education; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, Kent Slate University; B.S., M.Ed. Euclidian 
Business Staff Advisor 41 

WILLIAM SAUL, Business Educofion; Westminster Col- 
lege, Erie Business College, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, John Carroll University; B.B.A 41 

CHARLES SAWYER, Business Education; Kent State 
University; B.S., M.Ed. Notional Honor Society Ad- 
visor 41 

GRETCHEN SCHWEGLER, Physical Education; Michi- 
gan Stole University; B.S. Swim Club Advisor, Cheer- 
leader Advisor 46 

WILMER SCHUSTER, Business Education; Baldwin-Wal- 
lace College, Ohio University; B.S.C. Head of Na- 
tional Athletic Scholarship Association, Assistant Track 
Cooch 41 

HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal; Kent Stole Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Ohio Slate Uni- 
versity, Ohio University; B.S., M.A., M.S. College 
Guidance 24 

DELMAR SMITH, Business Education, Chairman; Ohio 
Northern University, Columbia University, Interna- 
tional College; B.A., M.A 41 

GRANVILLE SMITH, English; Duquesne University, In- 
diana Stole College; B.S., M.A. Survey Advisor 29 

JULIA SMITH, Home Arts; Ohio Wesleyan University; 
B.A 45 

RUTH SMITH, Socio/ Studies; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.A., M.A. F.T.A. Advisor 35 

WAYNE SMITH, Socio/ Studies; Muskingum College, 
Kent Stole University; B.A. Key Club Advisor 35 

MICHAEL SOCASH, Science; Duquesne University, 
Pennsylvania Stole University, University of Pitts- 
burgh, Kent Stole University, Westminster College; 
B.S., M.S 36 

MERWIN STAINES, Guidonce Counseling; New York 
Stole University, Muhlenberg College, University of 
Colorado, Kent Stole University; B.S., M.Ed 26 

JAMES STANLEY, Industrial Arts; Miami University; 
B.S. Assistant Swim Coach 43 

WILLIAM STARR, Science; Indiana Stole College, Ohio 
State University, Allegheny College, Pennsylvania 
State University, Michigon School of Mining and 
Technology; B.S., M.Ed 37 



DONALD STEINBRINK, Science; Ohio Stole University, 
Kent Stole University; B.S. in Agr., B.S. in Ed 37 

HELEN STEWART, Guidonce Counseling; Kent Stole 
University, Western Reserve University, Ohio Stole 
University, University of Hawaii, University of Zurich, 
Switzerland; B.S., M.A., M.Ed. Junior Prom and Senior 
Prom Advisor 27 

CECELIA STILLMAN, Socio/ Studies; Rodcliffe College, 

Western Reserve University, University of Illinois; B.A. 

35 

JAMES STUCKEY, Socio/ Studies; Bluffton College, 
Ohio Stole University, Western Reserve University; 
B.A., M.A. World Affairs Advisor 35 

JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Kent Stole University, Stevens Point Teachers College; 
B.S., M.E 43 

RANDY TARRIER, Guidance Counseling; University of 
Michigan, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A 26 

NANCY TAUBMAN, English; Miami University, Fenn 
College; B.A 29 

SAM TAYLOR, Music; High Point College, North- 
western University, Columbia University, Eostmon 
School of Music; B.S., M.Mus. Choral Director 47 

EDWARD TEKIELI, Physical Education; Glenville State 
College, West Virginia University, Kent Stole Uni- 
versity; B.A., M.S. Assistant Football Coach, J.V. Bas- 
ketball Cooch 46 

TED THEODORE, Art; Baldwin-Wallace College, West- 
ern Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art; 
B.A., M.A. Assistant Cross Country Coach, Assistant 
Track Coach 44 

MARION THOMAS, Home Arts; Baldwin-Wallace Col- 
lege, Kent Stole University, University of California, 
Cordon Bleu College; B.S 45 

DALE THOMPSON, Mothemotics; Muskingum College, 
Butler University, West Virginia University; B.A. Head 
Track Cooch, Cross Country Coach 39 

DELORES TOCCO, Business Education; Youngslown 
University; B.S 41 

DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science; Alfred University, 
University of Buffalo, Miami University, Siena Heights 
College; B.S 37 

FRANK TROGLIA, Deon of Division SZ; Ohio Stole 
University, Western Reserve University, Kent State 
University; B.S., M.A 27 

ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Longuoge; Miami 
University, Western Reserve University; B.S., M.A. 
Ad Club Advisor, Faculty Athletics Manager 33 

CAROLE VENALECK, English; Fenn College; B.A 29 

RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling; Akron Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A 29 

FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman; Cleveland 
Institute of Art, Western Reserve University, Kent 
Stole University; B.S., M.A 43 

BETTE WIGGINS, Science; Muskingum College, Mid- 
dlebury College; B.S 37 

GEORGE WILEY, Assistant Principal; Oberlin College, 
Western Reserve University, Ohio Stole University; 
B.A., M.A 25 

CAROL WILLIAMS, Business Education; Villa Mario 
College, Western Reserve University; B.S 41 

BARRIE WILSON, Mof/iemotics; Pennsylvania Stale 
University, Indiana State College; B.S 39 

RALPH WISNIEWSKI, Science; Ohio University; B.S. 
Spirits Club Advisor, Assislont Baseball Cooch, Bas- 
ketball Cooch 37 

ROBERT YOCUM, Vocational Coordinator; Kent State 
University; John Carroll University; B.S 48 

MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chair- 
man; Moravian Seminary and College for Women; 
B.A., M.A. American Field Service Director, Language 
Lob Director 33 




EDITORIAL STAFF 

Jonet Howell Editor-in-Chief 

Gail Gulbenkion Assistant 

Sharon Evans Assistant 

Danette DiBiasio - ^^°'° "itor 

Margaret Reynolds Assistant 

Rich Courtney Photographer 

Corl Hurwitch Photographer 

Vicki Regalbuto - Photographer 

Rickie Hurlburt ■*"■' "ilor 

Carol Peterson - ^°y°"' Editor 

Debbie Brown Mounter 

Sonjo Skrii Mounter 

Alison August Copy Editor 

Ron Surtz Copy Writer 

John Lehr Copy Writer 

Donna Waterwosh Copy Writer 

Bobbie Rochkor Identification Editor 

Barb Mills - Senior Editor 

Molly Lowry Underclass Editor 

Gayle Wilson Faculty Editor 

Mr. Don Eisen Adviser 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Judy Strausbaugh Business Manager 

Michele Breskvor - Asst. Business Manager 

Sandy Williams Circulation Manager 

Jackie Brown Sophomore Circulation 

Barb Shuber Sophomore Circulation 

Carol Webb Sophomore Circulation 

Linda Smink Junior Circulation 

Sue Baker Junior Circulation 

Marion Wasenda Junior Circulation 

Ellen Brigden Senior Circulation 

Mary Lou Strekel Senior Circulation 

Chuck Mallue Senior Circulation 

Karen Weseli Faculty 

Joyce Yerty Faculty 

Tom Walters Co-Ads Manager 

Linda Miller - Co-Ads Manager 

Judy Uronkar Ads Layout 

Gerri LJrbancik _ - - Records 

Bonnie Budas Spirit 

LaVonne Siegel Funds 

Judy Frustere Concessions Manager 

Donna Beechuk _ - - Pictures 

Denise Young Dances 

Paul Debevec _ - Treasurer 

Sue Cochran Cashier 

Gory Reed - Auditor 

Mr. Clayton George Adviser 

Mr. Otto Santos _ Adviser 



Each year the editor is asked to write a httle thank you note for the last page of the book. I never realized how sincere 
those thank you notes really were until now; now when my book, or rather your book, is finished. This page is the hardest for 
me to write because there is no end to the number of thanks I owe. 

The production of the Euclidian is a challenging experience. I was merely a deadline ogre and a pencil sharpener. It is my 
staff that deserves the ciedit and thanks. There were times when nerves were frayed and tempers were at a point of near ex- 
plosion, but behind every storm is a calm. As this Euclidian began to fall together like a picture puzzle, and the end results could 
be seen, it became the staff's book, no longer mine. They were pleased with their creation. The tempers, tears and turmoil have 
now subsided, leaving pleasant memories of hard work and a rewarding product. From this experience have grown many friend- 
ships and even one or two new romances. Our Euclidian is more than simply a record of the school year; it is a learning and de- 
veloping process, a headache, and the most cherished 320 pages my staff will probably ever own. 

My staff includes more than 19 other students. Its most vital and influential number has yet been unmentioned. Without our 
sponsor, Mr. Eisen, our hall passes wouldn't have been signed, our verbs wouldn't have been so active and our parties wouldn't 
have been such successes. Among his other duties, he always found the time, patience and energy to put up and keep up with 
this year's staff and their antics. There always seemed to be time in his day to help. I would also like to thank Mrs. Eisen per- 
sonally for letting us monopolize her husband so often this year. 

The administration, Mr. George, Mr. Santos and the Euclidian business staff deserve a star on the forehead. If it hadn't 
been for Judy Strausbaugh's go-getters, the book may not have existed. I'm not sure where the word "Pantherational" came 
from, but it must have served its purpose. The ads staff also deserves recognition. There was a lot of finesse, fast talking and 
shoe leather put into the sale of those ads which financed much of the production. 

There has to be a thanks to the custodial staff, and Louis is the man who has earned it. For the last nine months he has 
helped us keep our office clean and has handled with affectionate understanding the stragglers who have trouble evacuating 
the office by the five o'clock curfew. 

During the course of the year, the folks at Raimor's have given us wonderful service, salvaging overexposed pictures and 
meeting urgent deadlines. Finally, thanks to Mr. L. O. Kisabeth of Gray Printing and Mr. Schoen of the S. K. Smith Cover Company 
for their technical advice and assistance. These unheralded services are deeply appreciated. 

As of March 15, my year is over, my baby is born and I retire to the rank of normal senior. But I shall not forget the help 
of all the people I've mentioned, and you, Euclid High, whose support has made the 1964 Euclidian possible. I hope it recalls as 
many memories for you as it will for me. 

Sincerely 



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Editor-in-Chief 




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For some it starts on the first day of 
second semester. A few mark time 
from a climactic event, while most, 
too busy or perhaps unwilling to 
catch on, wait until the first day of 
the last six weeks to acknowledge 
the imminent end of the school year. 
Spring precedes the end, puzzling its 
way through a maze of madras. 
Madras shirts, skirts, blouses, shoes, 
and watchbands splatter the halls in 
colorful conformity. It is a plaid 
badge of courage; to be without it 
inflicts psychological injury. It is 
tirelessly washed, dutifully bled. 
Give a student a piece of madras, 
and he and his wounded ego will be 
properly dressed. 

For the student himself, the end of 
the year does not evolve completely 
from a plaid-glad world. Classes 
mean struggling: to stay awake, pull 
a C, and channel spring-bound en- 
thusiasm toward an elusive subject. 
A classroom steeped in boredom al- 
ternates pressurized learning with 
apathetic note-taking. Confusion 
and mixed emotions parallel the 
plaids. Minds turn on and off with 
a maximum effort to concentrate or 
relax. Relaxation, once realized, is 
converted into activities, the watery 
techniques of Swim Show, rehearsals 
for the Spring Musical, and frantic- 
ally-written copy for the Euclidian 
Supplement. 

Accordingly, the year ends with side- 
long glances, assorted proms, and 
baccalaureate. Recognition comes on 
a clear, warm night in June, officially 
marked by a white sheet of paper. 
The calendar relates the close, the 
student perceives it, then the date 
discarded; for truly the end comes 
in the mind. This finality is the last 
expression. 





student Council Officers (L to R): Ron Karash, President; Leslie McArthur, Treasurer; Judy Rohrer, Vice 
President; Wendy Brown, Secretary. 



'I'd rather fight than switch!" 

STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS 

Starting unobtrusively, with a hand- 
ful of "We Try Harder" buttons on o 
selected few, the election campaign 
quickly becomes more vocal in nature. 
Euclid's sedate pink and orange halls 
are soon emblazoned with the superior 
qualifications of one candidate or an- 
other. A combination of off-key mu- 
sic, raucous demonstrations, and ri- 
bald posters overwhelm the student. 
It is not until the nominees moke their 
speeches in the auditorium that he 
can associate a face with a slogan, a 
candidate with an Idea, and arrive at 
a decision. 



Wendy Brown — the biggest Brown of them all 




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rb and Marie receive a plaque from the Save the Children Foundation. 



Student Council Cabinet (L to R): Ron Korosh, Judy Rohrer, Leslie McArthur, Wendy Brown, Maureen Trotto, Dale Racich, Luci Oliverio, Paulo Redding, Bill Millar 




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N. F. L 

Following a year of long hours and 
short weekends, the N.F.L. held its 
long awaited induction ceremony. Al- 
though only in its second year, this 
observance has already wrought sev- 
eral changes in the club. Designed to 
give deserved stature to the group, it 
has made N.F.L. a notable organiza- 
tion, its pin a symbol of achievement 
and excellence. 




1965 Outstanding N.F.L. Members (L to R): Paul Bogocius, Outstanding Sophomore; Linn Conley, 
Outstanding Senior; Linda Ciiristopher, Outstanding Junior. 




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Senior Closs Cobinet, Row 1 (L to R): Mary Lou Sfrekal, Sandy Deere, Jean Petkovsek, Andi Doskivich, Row 2: Bill Miller, Char Hildebrand, Sandy Cable 
Donna Beechuk, Stan Dritz. 

Junior Class Officers, Row 1 (L to R): Carol Wojcik, Treasurer; Morgaret 

Nielsen, Secretary, Row 2: Ken Bowen, President; Sharon Tharp, Vice- Senior Class Officers, Row 1 (L to R): Donna Beechuk, Secretary; Dale Gregorin, 

President. Vice-President Row 2: Bill Miller, President, Stan Dntz, Treasurer. 





All the way home 



Everbody's right but the umpire. 



BASEBALL 

For a moment, the crack of wood 
forcefully meeting leather resounds 
throughout the diamond, and the small 
spherical figure quivers in the air. A 
confused scramble, jubilant posses- 
sion, and the unruly object is tamed 
to work for Euclid. Even o bouncing 
ball is controllable, illustrated by Eu- 
clid's tie for first in the L.E.L. 



Dale Gregorin, Tom Ullom, Ken Thomas. 



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Varsity Baseball, Row 1 (L to R): Douq Stout, Monoger; Dale Debeljak, Dale Gregonn, Wayne Opolk, Paul Bucholz. Terry Fritch, Tom Theis, 
Jim Lewis, Wayne Dickheiser, Manager. Row 2: Mr. Rolph Wisniewski, Bill Rockwell, Joe Laukiavich, Tom McRedmond, Tom Ullom, Tim Stupica, 
Dave Zuro, Mike Corrigen, Hank McLean, Frank Kovacevic, Mr. Bob Addis, Coach. Row 3: Frank Udovic, Steve Drotleff, Don Woodruff, Jerry 
Gustie, Rich Shisilo, Ken Thomas, Guy larussi, Bob Watts, John Benner. 




BASEBALL SCORES 



id 1 

id 3 

id 18 

id 2 

id 3 

id 4 

id 3 

id 6 

id 6 

id 5 

id 3 

id 5 

id 4 

id 3 

id 4 

id 2 

id 10 

id 5 

id 

id 3 

id 

id 

id 8 

Wins 17 



Lakewood 4 

Parma 2 

Lakewood 4 

Shaker 5 

Painesville Harvey . 2 

Western Reserve . 

Brush 1 

Eiyria 5 

Collinwood 3 

Eastlake North 

University 

Valley Forge 3 

Eiyria 1 

Parma 2 

Cleveland Heights 3 

Shaw 3 

St. Ignatius 3 

Painesville Harvey 3 

Lorain 5 

Valley Forge 2 

Lorain 2 

Shaw 1 

Brush 5 

Losses 6 



A hard swing, an easy strike 



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Tennis, Row 1 (L to R): Ai Smith, Glen Forsythe, Fred Mills, Denny Lefond, George Martinsen. Row 2: Bill Vadnol, A! Yacas, Jim Guinter, Herb Anderson 
Ken Vondeveer. Row 3: Tom Wotring, Mike Vandeveer, John Crawford, Rick Holloway. 



TENNIS SCORES 



District Champions (L to R): Ken Vandeveer, Denny Lefond, George Martinsen. 



Parma 2 

Valley Forge 

St. Edwards 1 

Gilmore Academy 1 

Shaker 

Oberlin 3 

Willoughby South . . 

Shaw 1 

St. Joseph 

Mentor 

Painsville 

Brush 1 

Cleveland Heights 

Elyria 3 

Orange 

Wins 14 Losses 1 

Winner of Euclid invitational Tournament 

Winner of District Doubles 

Runner-up of District Singles 

Winner of Greater Cleveland League 

Third Place in State Doubles 



Euclid 


3 


Euclid 


5 


Euclid 


4 


Euclid 


4 


Euclid 


5 


Euclid 


7 


Euclid 


5 


Euclid 


4 


Euclid 


5 


Euclid 


5 


Euclid 


5 


Euclid 


,4 


Euclid 


5 


Euclid 


2 


Euclid . 


5 




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GOLF SCORES 



178 

172 
185 
186 
172 
164 
173 
184 
169 
168 
170 
172 
196 
180 
192 
163 
169 

169 
182 

Wins 10 



Wickliffe 169 

Lakewood 8 

Riverside 178 

North 174 

Parma 173 

Mentor 166 

Harvey 187 

Cleveland Heights 187 

Mayfield 179 

South 170 

Mentor 169 

Shaw 183 

Wickliffe 158 

Shaker 170 

Riverside 175 

Brush 175 

North 164 

South 170 

Valley Forge 8 

Mayfield 175 

Harvey 177 

Losses 1 1 



Marty greets the boll with a winning smile. 



4th Place LEL Championship Tournament 

George Vranekovic — Runner-up 

Medalist — 81 



GOLF 

Golf concerns a determined player, 
shiny equipment, and one small, ob- 
noxious ball. In the early spring the 
ball submits to the player's rusty stroke 
as it is propelled through the air. It 
lands with a subdued thump in a 
wooded area. Unfortunately, the in- 
tensive search for the ball ends with an 
extra five strokes. With triumphant 
weariness, the player, preceded by 
the ball, reaches the sacred eighteenth 
green. The season progresses with this 
paradox: fewer strokes and more vic- 
tories. 

TENNIS 

Hardly a moss participation sport, 
tennis at Euclid is distinguished by 
its excellence. The whiteclad perfec- 
tionists seldom achieve gallery glory. 
Instead, the elusive ball, returned 
again and again, surrenders to the in- 
dividual's mastery. Fittingly, the sea- 
son passes with victorious matches 
and meets, and the individual's sat- 
isfaction. 



Golf, Row 1 (L to R): Mark Smith, Jerry Kish, Mr. Tekieli 
Paul Leber, Joseph Zarr. Row 3: Mr. Pringle. 



Row 2; Wayne Kukia, George Vranekovic, 




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Track, Row 1 (L to R): Steve Watson, Greg Goodyeor, Ed Zovack, John Doherty, Tom Halbedel, Captain; Rich Zawacl<, Lenny Lange Ron Bock Rick Everstine, 
Jim Leppert. Row 2: Bryan Ross, Manager; Leo Smith, Manager; Wolt Bubley, Bob Zonor, Tom Meros, Gordon Kimberly, Bob Henikman Larry Grigsby Bill Dei, 
Randy Jordon, Ken Lucci, John Ulstrom, Dave Welsh. Row 3: Bob Schneider, Manager; Rich Kaczur, Don Lucci, Vol Miklausich, Joe Lorek, Greg Sattler, Don 
Medved, Mike Kopach, Dave Schaser, Dan Hoffman, Don Reider, Not Present: Don Disantis, Bob Lucci, Tony Rossi, Roy Sweigert. 



TRACK 

Taut, expectant, the runner 
crouches at the starting line. As he 
awaits the crack of the gun, his mind 
reviews the countless factors impor- 
tant to well-run race. His spikes 
gouge the tracks. His fingers ner- 
vously search the cinders for a hold. 
Suddenly he is transformed into a blur 
of blue and gold, his fears submerged 
in his desire to excel. 



Mr. Clarence Eckert, Tom Halbedel, Coptoin; Mr. Dale "Tommy" Thompson, Head 




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TRACK SCORES 



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54 Glenville 73 

110 Collinwood 17 

88 East 39 

801/2 Lakewood 461/2 

96 Wickliffe 31 

86 Fairport Harbor 41 

105]/2 Parma 2172 

90 Cleveland Heights 28 

81 Shaw 36 

76 Shaker 42 

90 Brush 28 

82 Valley Forge 27 

Wins 1 1 Losses 1 

First in District 

Seventh in Bellaire Relays 

Third in West Tech Relays 

Second in Sophomore Relays 

First in Euclid Relays 

First in Lake Erie League 



N. A. S. S. 

To most students, the paths of the 
scholar and the athlete ore divergent. 
Both are equally challenging, and 
choosing which one to follow is 
difficult. However, the members of 
N.A.S.S., by attaining physical prow- 
ess and academic excellence, are able 
to tread both. 



N.A.S.S., Row 1 (L to R): Louis Lorenzi, John Allar, Rick Everstine, Randy Ehinger, Dale Gregorin, Denny Motko, Col Packard, Nick Perencevich. Row 2: 
Eddie Zovack Kim Kimberly Jerry Bensi, Bob Zonar, Bob Linsz, Larry Grigsby, Fred Mills, Glen Forsythe, Denny Lefond. Row 3: Rich Kaczur, Dick Kolesar, Brian 
Ross, Tom Halbedel, George Marfinsen, Ken Rosenthol, Tom Bernlohr, Bill Reininger. Row 4: Jerry Kish, Bill Cafhcarf, Pete Goulis, Jeff Fryer, Tom Meros, 
Bob 'Radwanick, Walt Bubley, Jock Stunk, Vol Miklousich. 




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Tidal waves don't dampen their spirit. 



Their dragon Puff, who speaks with forked tongue, "Noahhh! 




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"Come, Josephine, in my flying machine 
Bombs away! 




SWIM SHOW 

The oppressive heat filled Euclid's natatorium. 
Capacity crowds languidly fluttered programs until 
Swim Clubbers converted the pool into a make-believe 
array of books. Instantly, the water came alive with 
assorted faces, shapes and ideas. A venerable "Re- 
luctant Dragon" appeared sporting blue and gold 
scales. Turning from fantasy to satire, James Bumm, 
"Agent 006 7/8" answered Wai Napolo's need for 
high adventure. In keeping with the dangerous deeds 
of the hero, three senior boys executed a series of 
comedy dives, complete with a precarious bicycle 
drive off the high board. A dainty Snow White beck- 
oned her dwarfs and seven gracefully appeared. Sen- 
ior girls gave their rendition of Arabian mysticism. 
"Wai Napolo of 1965" saluted themselves in a grand 
finale and the audience succumbed once more to 
the heat of the evening. 



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"Us Folks," singers in the Talent Scouts tradition 



Glenn Miller playing taps 



Synchronization is the key to a fine performance. 





A hum-drum act thot brings repercussions 



A.F.S. Condidafes (L to R): Ron Karosh, Margaret Nielsen. 




TALENT SCOUTS 

Shadowed lights dimmed the stage 
as melancholy chords drifted over the 
still audience. Swiftly the atmosphere 
changed to one of frivolity as a bubbly 
amateur chorus line hoofed its way 
across the stage. Talent Scouts '65 
was under way. Folk singers, jazz 
artists, dancers and musicians capered 
before the skeptical though pleased 
audience. Euclid High once again dis- 
played its talented unknowns. 

A. F. S. 

Chosen to represent American youth 
in countries abroad, Margaret Nielson 
and Ron Karash await the final deci- 
sion. The students are partially sup- 
ported by the profits from the annual 
A.F.S. movies, a fund which is supple- 
mented by penny fines for speaking 
English in foreign territories: the lan- 
guage lab and language classes. 



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Lady Larkin and the moid? 



Strangling mother-love 



CAST: ONCE UPON A MATTRESS 
PRINCE DAUNTLESS AL KOSTREBA 

THE KING TIM TRYON 

THE QUEEN MAUREEN TROTTO 

WINNIFRED AMY PICCIANO 

LADY LARKEN DIANE FRANK 

SIR HARRY ED RACICH 

MINSTREL DAN PRAZNOVSKY 

JESTER JOHN BURNS 

WIZARD KEN KUCHARSKI 

LADY LUCILLE SUSANNE LOHREY 

LADY ROWENA ANDREA DASKIVICH 

LADY MERRILL BARB ZELE 

CHORUS: Roily Brown, Cheryl Cradis, Doug 
Donner, Donna Fink, Betsy Foy, Carol Frank, 
Pot Friedman, Kathy Hoys, Marsha Hodakie- 
vic, Hilary Hunn, Kathy Hunter, Ken Kapley, 
Laura Kempert, Mary Ellen Kucharski, John 
Lehr, Karen Lingenfelter, Jim Miller, Lee Ann 
Roberts, Ken Rowe, Joel Sarich, Dave Schaser, 
Gary Smith, Siggi Stevens, Kathy Troop, Neil 
Wagner. 




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The Soft Shoe 



BIG SHOW 

It was a small kingdom, ruled over 
by a talkative queen and a mute king. 
A complete reversal of the famed 
"Princess and the Pea," Once Upon 
A Mattress replaced all of the sugary 
fairytale's saccharine appeal with Me- 
dieval hoopla and Twentieth Century 
pazazz. Amy Picciano headed the cast 
as Winnifred, the man-hungry princess 
who swam the moat, boisterously as- 
serted she was shy, and hod enough 
energy left to lead the kingdom 
through a rollicking fight song of love 
and the exhausting Spanish Panic. Un- 
wittingly, Winnifred passed her royalty 
test: a sleepless night on twenty downy 
mattresses — and a set of jousting 
equipment. The Princess got her man, 
court lovers were reunited, and Queen 
Aggrivane's martyrized prattle was si- 
lenced. The make-believe kingdom and 
the lively cost lived happily-exhausted 
ever after. 



The Queen end her kingdumb 




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So I'm not wearing madras and I have my fingers in my ears. Does 
that make me different? 

ART SHOW 



When the moon hits your eye like a big piece of pie 



A student wanders about the maze 
of paintings, both abstract and con- 
ventional. Who are the artists? Dali? 
Rubens? Euclid students? He travels 
through portraits, landscapes, and 
photographs, met by an array of col- 
lages, sketches, sculptures, and crafts. 
He becomes downcast, then joyful, his 
mixed emotions reflecting the various 
media. 

SENIOR TWIST DANCE 
ALL-SCHOOL PARTY 

Privileges are characteristic of the 
senior year. It is clear to the seniors 
that they deserve them. This isn't evi- 
dent to administration, and superficial 
expressions of seniority have been re- 
duced to knee socks on Friday. Hence, 
the precedential Senior Twist Dance 
came as a triumph, and the graduat- 
ing class ponied, jerked, and Watusied 
in knee socks and glory. 

Those who crave privileges before 
the senior year can appease them- 
selves at the All-School Party. Stu- 
dents can wear madras bermudas, 
"Moon-turtle" T-shirts, and colored 
socks in the gym, or charge defiantly 
up the down stairway. Best of all, any- 
one can roam the halls without the 
sanction of a pass. 



The grace 





"Welcome, art lovers." 

of Senior. 





Submerged in a world of their own 
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Junior Promers pause for punch. 



JUNIOR DANCE 



The E-room was submerged in an 
underwater theme of sea-weed, sunken 
treasure chests, and mermaids. The 
fascinated juniors drifted into "Ocean 
Fantasia." A five-legged octopus dan- 
gled omnipotently from the ceiling, over 
couples dancing to the music of Harry 
Hershey's orchestra. The four hours al- 
lotted to this night of fantasy whisked 
by. Midnight approached and the cou- 
ples floated up from the bottom of 
the sea to home and the world above. 




The sparkling fantasy of "One Starry Night" 



"I've got the cookies 
filch the punch." 



my pocket, but it's going to be hard to 



SENIOR PROM 

The boy nervously blurts, "By the way, how about 
coming to my Senior Prom — if you're not busy or 
anything." She casually accepts, and the date is made. 
From that time on Prom night hovers omnipresently, 
overshadowing other events on the calendar. Time 
becomes a paradox, passing too quickly for things like 
ordering flowers, renting a tux, or selecting a dress, 
while it seems unbearably slow in approaching the 
final event. Seniors make pre-Prom speculations: How 
are they going to decorate? They scour ettiquette 
books: Who buys the boutonnierer' Confidences are 
exchanged: "If he doesn't like pink, I'll just croak." 
Anticipation comprises half of the Senior Prom. The 
rest of its magic is carried on music and captured 
in memories of "One Starry Night." 




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"All right. Who's the wise guy that stole my 
baton?" 



"Gee! I guess you ore taller than I am." 









Sleight of hand 



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Introduction to an adult world 




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The last few moments of being a senior 

Goodbye, good luck, for the 784th time. Goodbye, good luck 




BACCALAUREATE AND 
COMMENCEMENT 

A beginning, an end, a turning point in the 
lives of some 950 students. A feeling; reflect, 
regret, exult. For seniors this will be their 
final assemblage, the last time which they will 
be a part of Euclid High. Some lose the tag 
of student. In two days they are transformed 
from kids into men and women, o port of the 
adult world. Others look forward to college, 
new friends, and experiences. All are no longer 
seniors; they bid Euclid farewell. 



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VALEDICTORIANS 



Barb sews, plays the oboe, likes 
math, and prides herself on being a 
first-rate mechanic. If her interests 
are unending, so is her desire to excel. 
Marked by a multitude of achieve- 
ments, Barb will continue her excellent 
academic career with the vivacity and 
Inquisitiveness that characterize her 
as a student. 




Sue Gulich 




Barb Baker 

With a rush of poetic images, and 
a tumult of geometrical figures. Ken 
stands out among the intellects. From 
the want of expressing with broken 
thoughts the truth that is Eucuyo> to 
the devil-may-care adventure that he 
finds in ski club. Ken has erected and 
left behind his monument of achieve- 
ment 

Ken De Loot 



Straight hem lines, foreign coins, 
and an active interest in political af- 
fairs typify the myriad aspects of Sue's 
personality. Her interests are varied, 
and so is Sue, caught between mo- 
ments of quiet frustration and sunny 
optimism. 




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Gail has mode o name for herself. 
Her classwork, a study in organization, 
marks her as a conscientious student. 
As editor-in-chief of the '65 Euclidian, 
her manic for prompt and complete 
accomplishment has labeled her both 
a friendly dead-line ogre and a capa- 
ble leader. Four years of work have 
earned her another name: valedic- 
torian. 



Barb Ward 





Gail Gulbenkian 



Springing from a mass of someones, 
Barb has attained individuality. She 
has emerged as an active student in 
addition to achieving academic excel- 
lence as a Merit Scholar. Swimming or 
marching, she transcends the common- 
place. Bark works, neither gloriously 
or unerringly. With her honors, she 
departs for a bigger somewhere. 



Harvey is intrigued by the precision 
of math and science. He can be found 
in Mr. Reno's classroom puzzling over 
a math problem, or in a chemistry or 
physics lab completing a new experi- 
ment. A combination of knowledge 
and a quiet desire to excel is his 
formula for scholastic success. 




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VALEDICTORIANS 

Jan is the bookstore's most avid 
Mad paperback customer. She also has 
a security pillow stuffed in her locker, 
underneath calculus and physics books. 
There is method in her madness, sup- 
plemented by a zeal for learning and 
concrete accomplishment. These and 
her pillow will secure her future. 

John Lehr 



Jan Hribor 



John has developed his singular per- 
sonality from a composite of varied 
activities. He seems to be doing them 
all at once — writing Euclidian copy, 
acting, speaking French, and ponder- 
ing over calculus problems. With ap- 
parent ease, he pulls his many selves 
together to achieve and accept the 
honors of a valedictorian. 



Dave Swoddell 





Through his singular ability to quick- 
ly analyze and classify his work, Dave 
is able to move through a demanding 
schedule in a relatively short amount 
of time. Editing first page for Survey, 
working on a project for Science 
Seminar, and completing prodigious 
amounts of homework ore marked by 
his analytical approach and precision 
results. 




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