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EUCLIDIAN 




1965 





ALMA MATER 

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

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




EUCLID SENIOR HIGH 

711 East 222nd Street 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 




TABLE OF 




CONTENTS 




INTRODUCTION 6 


SENIORS 


18 


ACADEMICS 


90 


ACTIVITIES 


124 


SPORTS 


174 


RECREATION 


210 


SUPPLEMENT 


224 


INDEX 


257 


ADS 


292 




As a fire capriciously 
brightens and abandons 
to shadows the circle 
of ground surrounding it, 
something illumines and 
darkens a person's face; 




something that speaks with a 
raised eyebrow, a blank stare, 
or a smile. This is the visible 
part of character — expression. 




In expressions we read the 

multitude 
of moods and emotions of others . . . 




Joy wells from the soul's core and gently 
overflows in contentment or rushes forth 
splashing and swirling into laughter. 




Hiding in the 

commonplace, 
appearing suddenly in a 
lightness of step or an 
esoteric smile, love is an 
urchin taunting, giggling, 
and shoving its way to the 
center of regard. 






With an electric feeling so 
sensitive to the heart's thud, 
anxiety stops the breath and 
hesitates on the brink of 
frustration that gnaws at the 

mind 
like a rat nibbling at crumbs 
in a dark comer, ready to flare 
demon-like into the raw, red 
spirit of anger. 




10 



Loneliness falls like a grey, sea-side fog or 
sits on a swing in an empty playground and 
gambols in the recesses of the mind. 





12 




It leaves a silent emptiness that 
is soon filled with thought; 
in lonely thought, in the absence 
of living things, objects begin to 
live, and even the silence has a 
soul. 



13 






Academic expression is the 
smile, frown, or wry face 
of the mind. Choosing 

between a 
poem and a chemical 

equation, 
one discovers his 

character. 




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Some minds live like quiet hermits 
with the lights from their hovels 

shining 
far away in the forest's gloom; others 
gaily blare out like a Salvation Army 
band. All are essentially individuals, 
for each wears a different expression. 




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16 




Expression serves as a means 

of communication among men. In 

revealing joy, anger, or sorrow, it 

arouses love, frustration, and pity. 

It leads to popularity or disfavor, 

achievement or failure. Expression 

does not confine itself to a code of 

law, but follows a natural inclination 

to wander about the mind and soul like 

an explorer discovering something new 

every instant and writing of his discovery on a person's visage or 

stray thought. 



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For a moment suspend your steady 
journey into the future. Look be- 
hind you. Standing along your 
path in your own footsteps ore a 
multitude of old friends. They 
stand close to you or are scarcely 
discernible in the haze of distance. 
You have seen them before in the 
halls, in class, or at parties. You've 
known some longer than others, 
and a few hove been your "best 
friends." 

Sometimes you were alone with a 
friend. Together, you chuckled or 
laughed loudly. When all was a 
huge, lonely silence, you talked 
for a long time about college, 
new plans, someone else, or your- 
self. You argued stubbornly, each 
agitated at the other's obstinance; 
yet, it was so important to have 
your ideas accepted. Perhaps you 
didn't talk at all. Have you ever 
just been with someone without 
speaking, with silence pulling your 
thoughts together? 

At times you were completely 
alone, and the silence flushed 
through your mind while you 
thought of the people who had 
influenced you. As their faces 
came to your mind with the foot- 
ball field or the stage or a black- 
board in the background, you re- 
alized what they meant to you, 
and you tried to imagine what 
the loneliness without them would 
be like. Next year you won't see 
them at school. Most of them will 
be lost to you in the making of 
your future. This pivot between 
yesterday and tomorrow distin- 
guishes you and puts respect into 
the word "Senior." This is the 
privilege of being a Senior. 





CARL AIKEN 
DIANE AITKEN 
KIYOSHI AKI 
DENISE ALECCI 








HERBERT ANDERSON JUDITH AQUILANO 
CHARLES ANDRUS EVELYN ARCHACKI 



I get these stabbing pains. 



MICHAEL ARK 
JOHN ARMSTRONG 



DONALD ALEX 
JOHN ALLAR 
THOMAS ALLEN 
JOHN AMBROSE 




SENIORS 



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RICHARD BALDINI 
WAYNE BALLENTINE 



Four strikes ond a Foul Boll 



EILEEN ARNOLD 
RICHARD ATEN 



KENNETH AUBEL 
KAREN AUFMUTH 



LINDA AXFORD 
DORIS BAITT 



BARBARA BAKER 
SUSAN BAKER 



LESLIE BALUKIN 
GEORGE BARABAS 




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SANDRA BARKER 
SUSAN BARNES 
STEPHEN BARNETT 
THOMAS BARN HART 



THOMAS BARRETT 
CHERYL BARTOS 
BEVERLY BATIC 
BRUCE BAUMGARDT 



'I can't help myself. We haven't had a fire drill for six months.' 



THOMAS BAVEC 
DAVID BEAUMONT 




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SENIORS 



LAWRENCE BECK 
DONNA BEECHUK 
PATRICIA BEEMAN 
CHRISTOPHER BEERY 



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PHILIP BEINING 
DAVID BELL 
SHAREN BELSHAW 
SUSAN BENCIN 










THEODORE BENDING 
CRAIG BENEDICT 
ROSANNE BEN! 
DAVID BENNER 



JOHN BENNER 
JOSEPH BENSI 
KAREN BENSO 
CHRISTINE BERARDINIS 



RICHARD BERES 
SHARON BERGANT 
RICHARD BERGER 
THOMAS BERNLOHR 



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FRANK BERUS JR. 




DENNIS 

BERZINSKAS 




PAUL BESSEL 




BARBARA BESSIRE 




SALLY BEUTELL 
EILEEN BIEDERMAN 



MARILYN BILICIC 
JOHN BLAKESLEE 



CAROL BLATTAU 
BRUCE BLUMENSTEIN 



GARY BLY 
JAMES BOAG 



CRAIG BOEHIKE 
ALVARO BOHORQUEZ 



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CATHY BOICH 
CHARLOTTE BOKAL 



RALPH BOOMER 

CHRISTOPHER 
BRADEN 



KATHLEEN 
BRANNAN 

WALTER BRAUN 



LEONARD BRAZEE 

GAYLE 

BRENDORFER 




I can see it now. It ii an ant hill. 



CONSTANCE 
BRETTON 

THOMAS BREWER 



SENIORS 



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KAREN BRIGGS 
PAUL BRIGHT 
DARLENE BRODNIK 
JANET BROOKS 




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JAMES BURNETT 
JOHN BURNS 



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SENIORS 



KATHERINE BUTT 
MERRIE BUTTERFIELD 
PATRICIA BUZIKOWSKI 
LAWRENCE BYDASH 



SANDRA CABLE 
SALLIE CADWALLADER 
FRANK CALAVITTA 
DONITA CAMERON 



JAMES CAMPBELL 



DIANE CARDUCCI 



RUTH CARLSON 



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SANDRA CARPENTER 



KRISTEN CARTER 



MARY CAVAN 



BENJAMIN CAVELL 
MICHAEL CAVELL 
DENNIS CEBUL 
PHILLIP CEBULAR 



BERNADINE CERGOL 
DENNIS CERNE 
RONALD CESA 
SANDRA CHAPAS 



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SENIORS 



JOYCE CHISHOLM 

LUBOMIRA 

CHODAKIEWICZ 

MARIE CHOLEWICKI 

RALPH CHRISTOPHER 





If I lose, you get Holly. 



VICTOR COLUMBI MARY JO COMELLA LINNETTE CONLEY 

PATRICIA COLT ROBERT COMENSCHEK ROBERT COODE 



SHARON COOK 
ROSEANN COONEY 



FREDERICK COOPER 
TERRENCE COOPER 




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SENIORS 



THOMAS COOPER 
CONSTANCE COPPERS 
KATHLEEN COURTER 
RICHARD COURTNEY 



CHERYL CRADIS 
BARBARA CRAIN 
ROGER CROMBIE 
HERBERT CUEVAS 



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RICHARD CUNNINGHAM 
DOUGLAS CURE 
ANGELA CUTRONE 
MARGARET CZAPLICKI 




ROBERT DACAR 
JAMES DADANTE 
CHERYL DARLING 
ANDREA DASKIVICH 



PAMELA DAVISON 
MAUREEN DAY 
JOANN DEBELAK 
SANDRA DEERE 



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KENNETH DE LAAT ANTOINETTE DEMICO KAREN Dl BIANCA 

NANCY DELOST JAMES DEVNEY DALE DIECKMANN 

I was ninety pound weokling. 



CAROL DIEHL 
LAWRENCE DIETZEL 



KATHLEEN Dl LILLO 
DONALD Dl SANTIS 




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SENIORS 



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DIANE DULAR 
PAMELA LUNCAN 
BETTY DU ROSE 
SHARON DUTRO 



JEAN ECK 
GEORGE EDWARDS 
RANDALL EHINGER 
RONALD ELSHAW 



KATHLEEN EMMERT 
LINDA EMMERT 
ROBERT ENGEL 
MICHAEL ENGELKE 



KATHLEEN ENRIGHT 
GLEN ERICKSON 
JANET ESTANICH 
CHRISTINE EVANS 



RONALD EVANS 
SHARON EVANS 
RICHARD EVERSTINE 
JANIS FABIAN 



SENIORS 



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ROBERT FARINACCI DONALD f=ARMAN 

CRAIG FARLEY KAREN FELDEN 



All Barker, no bite 



FRANCIS FELZ 
KAREN FENSCH 




DALE FENSTER 



SHELBY FETKO 




SHERRY FETKO 





PATRICIA FIELITZ 



WILLIAM FIER 




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ELLEN FIKE 


SHANNON FINK 


JANICE FILIPOVIC 


CHRISTINA FIORELLI 


DANA FINE 


LOUIS FIORITTO 


JOYCE FINE 


EDWARD FITZGERALD 


SENIORS 



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DIANE FITZTHUM JOHN FORRISTELL RONALD FOWLER 

MARILYN FLANAGAN GARY FORTUNA RONALD FOWLER 





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BETSY FOY LAWRENCE FRANKO 

ELIZABETH FRANCIS KAREN FRENCH 



If everyone lit just one little condle 



MARTIN FRANCIS 
RAYMOND FRANK 



TERRY FRITCH 
THOMAS FROHLICH 



JEFFREY FRYER 
EUGENE GAINAR 



KENNETH GAJDA 
JOSEPH GARVAS 



DAVID GAUCH 
BRUCE GEDDES 




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ELAINE GEIGER 
ANTHONY GENARO 
ERNEST GERBETZ 
JAMES GERGOTZ 



DIANE GERSHOW 
ELIZABETH GEYER 
SANDRA GFELLER 
ELAINE GIBSON 



ROBERT GILDONE 
KENNETH GIROD 



VERA GJIVANOVICH DALE CLICK 

BRUCE GLICK HARVEY GOERTZ 



SENIORS 



40 




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BEVERLY GRILLO 



GEORGE GOGAN 

GREGORY 
GOODYEAR 

MADELINE 
GORMAN 



JEAN GRIMSIC 



CHERYL 
GORYANES 

DAVID 

GOTTSCHALT 

WAYNE GOULD 



GERMAIN GRUBAC 






CHRIS GOULIS 
GARY GRAF 
ALICE GRDANC 




LINDA GRUGEL 



VICTORIA GREBEN 
DALE GREGORIN 
CONNIE GREGURICH 

RAYMOND GRYCAN 



MARY 

GRIESHAMMER 

KATHLEEN GRIFFIS 

ROBERT GRIGAS 





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ALFREDO GUTIERREZ EILEEN HAASE THOMAS HALBEDEL LINDA HALL 

KINGSLEY GUY WILLIAM HAGSTRAND LYNDA HALE ELYIA HALLER 



KATHLEEN HALOS 
JOAN HANS 




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SHARYN HARRISON GALE HEIGHTON 

KAREN HARTMAN JANICE HEINLEIN 

STEPHEN HATRAS KATHLEEN HEISLER 

KATHLEEN HAVILAND BARBARA HELMICK 



SENIORS 




DOUGLAS HIBBARD CHARLOTTE ERVA HITCHCOX ALDONA HOCEVAR DIANA HODGSON 

HILDEBRAND 

ISABELLE HIDO CONSTANCE HILL WILLIAM HITTY DENNIS HOCEVAR CAROL HOFFMAN 

Bears like to soy It with o slap 



JON HOFFMEYER 
CAROLYN HOHS 





SENIORS 



JAMES MOLLIS 
JANE HOLLOWAY 
THOMAS HOPPERT 
JAMES HOUGH 



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JACQUELINE HOVAN 
CAROL HOWE 
TIMOTHY HOWE 
JANET HRIBAR 



KENNETH HROVAT 
MARY HUBISH 
TERRY HUGHES 
WANDA HUGHES 



JUDITH ANN HULL 
LYNN HUMPHREY 
HILARY HUNN 
KATHLEEN HUNTER 



LINDA HUNTER 
GARY HYDE 
ANTHONY lACOFANO 
LINDA lACOFANO 



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PATRICIA INFANTOLINO JOYCE IVINS 
ANTHONY IPAVEC JEAN IWANSKI 



T.G.I.F., huh, Sharon? 

GERALDINE JABLONSKI HELENE JAMIN 
WILLIAM JAMES CAROLE JELENIC 



KATHLEEN JELENIC 
RONALD JENKO 



CYNTHIA JERABEK 
CARL JERNEJCIC 




46 




DIANE KAPROSY 
LINDA KARLAN 
LINDA KASUNIC 
SLYVIA KASUNIC 



SENIORS 



47 




KATHLEEN KAVON 
STEVEN KAY 
EDWARD KELLER 
JOHN KELLEY 



SENIORS 



48 




CHRISTINE KLAUE 
GARY KLECKNER 
MARJORIE KLEIN 



SHARON KLOCKER 
MARY KLOSKY 
MICHELE KMET 



THEODORE KNOP 
BETH KNOX 
PATRICIA KOCEVAR 



CYNTHIA KOHLER 
KATHLEEN KOLMORGEN 




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FRANCES KOMAR 
MICHAEL KOPACH 



ALLAN KOSTREBA 
ROBERT KOSTREBA 



PHILLIP KOZIERA DAVID KRAL 

ROBERT KOZLEVCAR FRANK KRANE 

SupPOSEDly condid 



GLORIA JEAN 
KRENISKY 



JOHN KRIEGER 



JOHN KORTHALS 
BARBARA KOSS 



JOHN KOVATCH 
WILLIAM KOWICKI 






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SENIORS 



VALERIE KUST 
PATRICIA KWIECIEN 
CHARLOTTE LA CAVA 
KAREN LACKNER 




51 



ELIZABETH LAMACCHIA LEONARD LANGE 

GARY LAMB LAURA LANSER 

JOHN LAMB ELAINE LAPINSKAS 

MARY ANN LANG JOHN LATCH 




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IRENE LAUKIAVICH 
MICHAEL LAVIGNA 
GARY LAVORGNA 
FRANCES LAZNIK 



ROBERT LEGGATE 
NANCY LEHMAN 
VICTORIA LEHMAN 
JOHN LEHR 



ROBERT LEMIEUX 
DOMINIC LEMMO 
DIANE LENARCIC 
MARTHA LEONHARDT 



JAMES LEPPERT 
ROBERT LESKIEWICZ 
DIANE LEUTBECKER 
CAROL LEWIS 



DAVID LIBMAN 
DOUGLAS LILLEY 
LEON LINDIC 
MICHAEL LINDSEY 



SENIORS 



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NANCY LINSLEY 
IDA LISUZZO 



THOMAS LOESCH 
JOANNE LOGAR 



RICHARD LOKAR ALICE LOVE ROBERT LUCCI 

JO ANNE LONCHAR MARY ANN LOVICK KATHLEEN LUCKAY 



DAVID LIVESAY 
MARY LOCKER 



MAUREEN LOHMEYER MICHAEL LONG 
SUZANNE LOHREY LOUIS LORENZI 



MARY LOWRY 
HOLLY LUCAS 



CAROLYN LUICH 
ELIZABETH LUKSIC 




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MARCELLA LUSHIN JAMES MACK 

CRAIG MACDONALD JAMES MACK 

KAREN MACDONALD PAULETTE MACK 

HARRIET MACK DONNA MAGRI 



SENIORS 



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CONSTANCE MANTEY JEAN MARCH 
"Could I hove o doggy bog for this?" 



BONNIE MARINCIC SHARON MARN MARY MAROLT 



JACK MARRON GEORGE MARTI NSEN 

CHARLENE MARSEY PATRICIA MASTRO 

THOMAS MARTIC DENNIS MATKO 




56 




KAREN MAWSON JAMES MC CONOCHA 

BONNIE MC ARTHUR SHARON MC GILL 

LAURETTA MC CARTNEY ROBERT MC KENZIE 
SUSAN MC CLAIN ROBERTA MC KENZIE 



SENIORS 



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John, are you being dramotic again? 



HENRY MC LEAN IRENE MELNIKAS 

BARBARA MC MAHON ROBERT MERVAR 
DIANNE MEKEDIS FRANKLIN MESEC 



ROBERT MESTER JO ANNE MIKLAVIC DONALD MILLER 

WILLIAM METCALF BRUCE MILLER GEOFFREY MILLER 

CONSTANCE MIERKE CRAIG MILLER JAMES MILLER 




58 




CAROL MOFFETT 
JANETTE MOLCHAK 
MARGARET MOLINARO 
MARTHA MOLNAR 



SENIORS 



59 




ROGER MURRAY 



FRANK MONATERl 
JAMES MONOYUDIS 
BONNIE MOONEY 
KATHLEEN MOORE 



KENNETH MOORE 
MICHAEL MOORE 
DONNA MORETTI 
DARLENE MORGAN 



TERRY MORGAN 
ROBERT MORRIS 
RICHARD MORSE 
GAYLE MOSKOWITZ 



KATHRYN MOULDER 
JEFFREY MUELLER 
PATRICIA MULHALL 
JOSEPH MURRAY 



SENIORS 




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Whot can I do? He offered to treat me. 



JANE MUSICK 



JOSEPH MUSTAR JANET NAINIGER ROBERT NAKAJI GAIL NARDY 




MARLENE NASS 
LAWRENCE NAYLOR 
LESLIE NELSON 
JEANNA NIELSON 




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KAREN O'NEILL 
WAYNE OPALK 
GERALDINE ORAZEN 
CAROL OREN 



DALE OSTER 
COLLEEN OTIS 
CALVIN PACKARD 
CHRISTINE PADO 



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MICHAEL PALADINO JOHN PALMER 

RONALD PALES LINDA PALMER 

CHRISTINE PALFY SUSANNE PALMER 

MICHAEL PALKO JOANN PANNETTA 



O.K., boys, where did you hide my car? 

ROBERT PARK NANCY PATRICK 

PHILIP PARKHURST ALLEN PATTERSON 




JOSEPH PAOLUCCI 
JEFFREY PAPALKO 
LINDA PAPP 
NANCY PARATTO 



SENIORS 



ROMAINE PENKALA 
JOSEPH PENNY 
AMY PERCIC 
JOHN PEREKSTA 




NICK PERENCEVICH 
JAMES PERKINS 
BARBARA PERKO 
SUSAN PERKO 



SARAH PATTERSON THOMAS PAVLIK 

PAUL PAVLIK JUDITH PEARCE 



KATHRYN PEARSON 
DAVID PEEK 



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Shall I compare thee to a tuba? 



JAMES PERRY 
JOANN PERRY 
BARBARA PETEK 



MARY ELLEN 
PETELINKAR 



JAMES PETERSEN 
RICHARD PETERSON 



JEAN PETKOVSEK 
FRANK PETRIK 
JOHN PETRUZZI 



BONNIE PETTEK 
JOYCE PETTIT 
JAMES PETTY 



GERTRUD PHILIPP 
CHARLES PHILLIPS 
EMILIA PICCIANO 




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SENIORS 



DIANE POWERS 
DARLENE PRAGACY 
HAROLD PRASEK 





ANDREW PROKOP LOIS PYLE 

JUDITH PUNGERCHAR DENNIS RACE 

KAREN PUNGERCHAR EDWARD RACICH 

JOAN PUREBER KENNETH RAFTER JR. 



SENIORS 



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LINDA RALLS 
ALLEN RANALLO 



'Why yes, we'd love to do our impression of an octopus running amuck.' 








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BEVERLY RANNEY 
CARRIE RATZMAN 



STEPHANIE RAVNAHRIB MICHAEL RECHNER THOMAS REED 

DEMISE RAY JOHN REDMOND GEORGIA REICHE 



RALPH REICHMAN 
SUSAN REIDER 



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JUDITH REINKE 


MARIE RIBAR 


GARY RIEDEL 


DAVID ROBB 


JOHN ROE 


WILLIAM RENNINGER 


DOREEN RICCI 


THOMAS RIEDER 


ANTHONY ROBERTS 


WAYNE ROHRICHT 


MARILYN RENZ 


JUDITH RICHARDS 


DONNA RIHTARSHICH 


GWENDOLYN ROBERTS 


ANTHONY ROMANO 


MARGARET REYNOLDS 


THERESA RICHMOND 


MARGARET RINAS 


LINDA ROBERTS 


RICHARD ROSE 

SENIORS 



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KENNETH ROSENTHAL CHRISTINE ROSS ELAINE ROSSI KAREL ROSSOW KENNETH ROWE 




JANET RUDD 
MARLENE RUDER 
PAMELA RUDIAK 



MICHAEL RUSCIN 
GERALD RUSS 
MARIE RUTH 




BONNIE ROZMAN SHARON ROZNIK HARVEY RUBIN 



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SENIORS 



BETTY SAFREED 
I PATRICIA SAJNA 




SANDRA SALETEL 
DONALD SANDERS 



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JOHN SAS 
CHESTER SAUNWAY 





RICHARD RUUSKA 
LOREEN SABOL 
JANICE SABOT 
ROBERT SADLER 



I distinctly remember leaving the board with my heod 
down. 



THOMAS SAYLOR 
CATHY SCHEINER 




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DONNA SCHERVISH RONALD SCHERVISH PAMELA SCHEURMAN LAURA SCHLEGEL SANDRA SCHLENSKER 



DENNIS SCHMALTZ RICHARD SCHROEDER DONALD SCHULZ MARTHA SCHWARZ DAVID SEMICK 

ROBERT SCHNEIDER THOMAS SCHULTHEIS FRED SHUTT JANET SCRIBNER JOSEPH SETINA 

CAROLYN SCHOTT ERIC SCHULTZ WALTER SCHUTTENBERG JUDITH SEAMAN MARIAN SEVERINO 





ERAINA SHAMANSKY MARGARET SHANNON THOMAS SHANNON 

My topic for todoy is "The Plight of the Bolivian Tin Workers." 





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LINDA SHEMITZ RAYMOND SHIRK 

SUSAN SHEMKUNAS DAWN SIELAFF 

ARTHUR SHERWOOD GEORGE SINGER 



SENIORS 



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JAMES SINTIC 
JANIS SIPPOLA 
KATHLEEN SKONIER 
SONJA SKRU 




WILLIAM SMITH CHARLOTTE SNABLE 

JOSEPHINE SMRDEL ARLENE SNITZKY 



Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf? Obviously, not 
John. 



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RONALD SKULLY 
SHARON SKUPIC 
KARL SLAYBAUGH 
ROBERTA SLUSSER 



JANICE SMEKER 
DONNA SMITH 
GARY SMITH 
SUSAN SMITH 



SENIORS 




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JOANN SNOWBRICK BARBRA SOEDER WILLIAM SOMERS 

GARY SNYDER KATHLEEN SOEDER GERALDINE SOMRAK 



JUDITH SONNTAG ANTHONY SPILAR 

RONALD SPACAGNA CATHERINE SPINO 




FRANK SPINO 
JUDITH SPRINGER 



JANE STAHL 
SUSAN STANLEY 




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CHERYL STEIGAUF 

MARY LOUISE 
STELZER 



CRAIG STENGER 

KATHERINE 
STEPHENS 



BONNIE STARMAN 
DAVID STEGH 



BARBARA STEFANIK 
RICHARD STEGURA 



An osset that comes in poirs 




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MARY STEPHENS \ 

ROGER STEPP 



RICHARD STERLING 
RALPH STIBLEY 





JOSEPH STIH 
DIANE STOCKER 



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SENIORS 



RICHARD SUBEL 
GERALDINE SULLIVAN 
DENNIS SUSTARSIC 
FAYE SVENWOL 





DAVID SWADDELL 
SARAJANE SWANEY 
BONNIE SWANSON 




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EDWARD STOPKO 
VICTOR STRAUSS 



MARY LOU STREKAL 
ALB IN STROPHEN 



JAMES STRUNA 
SUSAN STRUNA 





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SENIORS 



LEROY SWANSON 
RAYMOND SWEIGERT 
THOMAS SWITZER 
ERNEST SZABO 



KAREN TABB 
SHIRLEY TARANTINO 
HENRY TEKANCIC 
JOHN TEKAVEC 



EDWARD TEKAVIC 
MARY LYN TERCHEK 
DAWN TETRICK 
PATRICIA THEIL 



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BARBARA THORPE 
LEONARD TICHY 
SALLY TIEDMAN 
LINDA TIFFANY 






Hmmm. If that photographer keeps staring at me, I'm going to push him into the pool. 



\ JACQUELYN TILLETT ALAN TOLWAY 
LOUREEN TIZZANO DONNA TOMKO 



KAREN TOMOLETZ DIANE TOTTEN 

LOUIS TOMSIC WILLIAM TOWN 






BRUCE TRAVIS 
DARREL TREBEC 
TERRANCE TREBEC 
KATHRYN TROOP 



TIMOTHY TROVER 
KAREN TRUESDALE 
CAROLYN TRYON 
TIMOTHY TRYON 




CONSTANCE TUTHILL 
GILBERT TUTINO 
KATHLEEN TYLER 
PATRICIA TUROPOLAC ORALEE TYLER 



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Aha! I knew I'd find the bottom of my purse. 










DOUGLAS UCHBAR 
ELIZABETH UFHOLZ 
BERNICE ULIZZI 
THOMAS ULLOM 



TIMOTHY ULLIOM JOHN ULSTROM BARBARA UNION SANDRA URBANCIC 



SENIORS 



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and a baked bean for you, and a baked bean for me 



WILLIAM VADNAL JUAN VARGAS 

NANCY VALINCE CAROLYN VARGO 

KENNETH VANDEVEER CRAIG VERNICK 

MARYANN VARDIAN KATHRYN VERNON 



SENIORS 



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BARBARA VRH 
DARLENE VUKCEVIC 
GAYLE WALKER 
TERRY WALLACE 



WILLIAM WALSH 
RICHARD WALTERS 
CHERYL WALTON 
GLENN WALWORTH 




SCOTT WAMBSGANS 
BARBARA WARD 
SUSAN WARNER 
ROBERT WARREN 



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SENIORS 




ROBERT WARZIN DONNA WATERWASH LYNN WEHAGEN 

NANCY WASCHURA LINDA WATSON ERIKA WENDEL 

VICTORIA WASHNER STEPHEN WATSON JOAN WENDORFF 



KAREN WESELI MARILYN WHITE DIANE WHITEMAN WAYNE WIBLIN PATRICIA WICHEFF 




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JOYCE WICHERT ROBERT WICKES DARLENE WIDLICKA DAVID WILBER 



In a crowded school you never know who you're going to run in to. 

CARLEEN WILL DOROTHY WILL WALTER WILL MARGARET WILLS 




DAVID WILDER 




GAYLE WILSON 




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SENIORS 










LINDA WILSON 


MARY WINCE 


LEE WINKLEMAN 


JOYCE WOHLGEMUTH 


CHERLYN WOOD 


ALAN YACAS 


JOANNE YORK 


SCOTT WINSOR 


KATHY WOLF 


CONNIE WOTRING 


JOYCE YERTY 


LORRAINE YOUNG 




ROBERT YUHAS ELIZABETH ZADNIKAR DIANE ZADRAVEC ELAINE ZAKRAJSEK KATHLEEN ZALETEL 










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JOSEPH ZARR RICHARD ZAWACK 



DONALD ZGONC 
MARTIN ZIFKO 




BARBARA ZMIJEWSKI GARY ZOLA 



EDWARD ZOVACK LINDA ZUPANCIC JAMES ZUST 





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We say that every man has a tal- 
ent for something; he is talented 
in a certain field, for he expresses 
himself best in that field. Because 
of the difference in men's talents, 
different areas of study have de- 
veloped. Men look at the universe 
with dissimilar eyes; they probe 
for knowledge with different tools. 
A blind man lacks sight, but his 
ears and fingers possess sensitiv- 
ity impossible to one whose vision 
is perfect. 

Although the modes of expression 
differ between two men, these men 
need not study unlike material. It 
is not what a man studies, but how 
he studies that distinguishes one 
subject from another. Both Mi- 
chelson and Wordsworth exam- 
ined the properties of light, but 
Wordsworth expressed himself in 
poetry and Michelson in mathe- 
matical equations. No gap exists 
between physics and poetry except 
the gap between mental attitudes 
toward the subject matter. Knowl- 
edge, like color, is tempered by its 
surroundings, and, but for the 
shadings created by men's minds, 
could be resolved into a simple 
statement of truth. 

The Renaissance man strove to ex- 
press himself well in all subjects. 
Francis Bacon said, "I have taken 
all knowledge to be my province." 
But knowledge today is of a dif- 
ferent sort, for it has been expand- 
ed and specialized until each seg- 
ment is a body in itself. One man 
cannot fit comfortably into all 
parts of existing knowledge. The 
gap between science and poetry 
has become a gulf which one mind 
cannot span. To make an appre- 
ciable contribution to humanity, 
man must concentrate on devel- 
oping his understanding of the 
subjects which best suit his tal- 
ents. 



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Dr. Lester E. Angene, Superintendent of Schools. 



Essential to education and life itself is the ex- 
pression of ideas, thoughts, and feelings. Through 
response to our environment, i.e., through expression 
we grow individually and only through expression can 
we communicate. Hence, expression becomes a pri- 
mary means as well as a fundamental end of edu- 
cation. 

Expression fulfills a need to respond, evolves into 
a purpose for response, requires an organization of 
content and a form or structure which makes the 
relationships of ideas, facts, and feelings which we 
see effectively communicable to others. We, there- 
fore, seek something worth saying, a significant con- 
tent, a valid purpose for expression, and a responsive 
audience. 

Expression requires freedom but also implies re- 
sponsibility for fulfilling its purposes. Through ex- 
pression we discover our world, moke our world, make 
sense of it and thereby find ourselves. Let's become 
conversant with the tool's true play. 

Lester E. Angene 
Superintendent of Schools 



Dr. Spartoco DiBiosio, Director of Secondary Education. 




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School Board (L to R) Row 1: Mrs. Mary King, Mr 
Mr. Dale Mansperger, Mr. Loyal Luikart. 



Paul Totten. Row 2: Mr. William Tomko, 



Euclid Senior High School has attempted to give 
you the practical knowledge, the positive attitudes and 
skillful habits for complete expression so that you can 
"press out" to the very limits of your capabilities. You 
are bound only in communication by the ability of ex- 
pression through words; you are bound only in living 
a full life by expression through thought; you are 
bound only in service by expression through deeds; 
and you are bound only in creativity by your willing- 
ness for self-expression. Our world knows no bounds 
for the student who is willing to expend the time and 
energy to "reach for a star." Euclid is ready to express 
through you its hopes for the future. Many good 
wishes go with you as you make this expression a good 
"impression" on the world. 

Sincerely yours, 

Spartoco DiBiasio 

Assistant Superintendent-Secondary 



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Mrs. Harriet Sheats, Assistant Principoi. 



Dr. Jerry Bergem, Assistant Principal. 



Dr. James Miller, Assistant Principal. 



PRINCIPALS 

Euclid's assistant principals ore 
ubiquitous. Offices in the adminis- 
trative corridor are not large enough to 
contain the amount of activity neces- 
sary to guide 3,000 high school stu- 
dents. Mrs. Sheats is usually found 
surrounded by catalogues and college- 
bound upperclassmen. Mr. Wiley, Dr. 
Bergem, and Dr. Miller are seen dash- 
ing from one room to another as they 
observe and help to coordinate the 
various activities, classes, and organi- 
zations that are vital to the students 
school life. 




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Mr. William A. Hunter, Principal. 
Mr. George Wiley, Assistant Principal. 



Each student can find expression for 
his talents in a variety of courses and 
extra-curricular activities. One can ex- 
press himself in many ways. For some 
it comes through writing, for others 
through speech or drama. Fine arts, 
both music and art, are rewarding for 
some. Athletic participation, publi- 
cations work, or club leadership occupy 
others. 

I hope that each senior has taken 
full advantage of the many oppor- 
tunities for expression and personal 
fulfillment. As you leave high school, 
may you continue this development 
and seek even more ways to find ex- 
pression for your individual talents. 
Our best wishes go with you always. 

William A. Hunter 
Principal 




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Division A-F (L to R): Mr. Randy Tarrier, Counselor; Mr. Fred Johns, Dean; Dr. Virginia Bell, Counselor. 



Division G-L (L to R): Mr. Donald Martin, Counselor; Miss Edith Lemon, Counselor, Miss Wilma Gillman, Dean. 




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Division M-R: John Griffin, Dean; Ruth Vermillion, Counselor; Merwin Staines, Counselor. 



Division S-Z (L to R): Mr. Robert Crory, Counselor; Mr. Frank Troglio, Dean; Mrs. Helen 
Stewart, Counselor 




DEANS AND COUNSELORS 

Scattered along the office corridor, 
twelve small offices form the discipli- 
nary center of E.H.S. Once this was 
only the home of the cut slip and the 
dreaded office detention. Now stu- 
dents bring not only tangled schedules 
and faculty-bruised egos through the 
alphabetized doors, but money for 
prom bids and problems from home 
as well. Here someone counsels the stu- 
dent as a distinct personality rather 
than a member of the class. 




Cathy Straughan — contented with a full squirt bottle and a clean test tube 



Lab — workshop for the scientific mind 



SCIENCE 

Contemplating the physical world, then explaining 
and defining what is observed constitutes the work of 
a scientist. He views o phenomenon. Unable to under- 
stand it, he wonders. He uses his background, logic, 
and experimentation to develop a theory through 
which the phenomenon can be understood. The 
validity of his theory is tested through further experi- 
mentation. 

Our science department utilizes the student's 
curiosity, providing him with lobs and texts with which 
it can be satisfied. His texts provide him with neces- 
sary background, but only in the lab does he become 
part of what he studies. There he functions as a 
scientist, applying past knowledge and logic in order 
to give meaning to his observations. Thus he learns 
the fundamentals of science, scientific process, and 
knowledge. 




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Dean Hawver Marilyn Lucas Martin Reno 

Albert Judge Richard Rakovan William Starr 



Donald Steinbrink Dorothy Tombaugh 

David Tanski Ralph Wisniewski 



Donlel Francetic 
Sheldon Freedman 
William Gall 




For Tom Frohlich a slide rule and an awkward position facilitate mathematical moneuvers. 






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MATH 



Even the concept of "how many?" presented a 
difficult barrier to the intellect of primitive man. We 
should be as grateful to the prehistoric genius who 
gave meaning to numbers over three as we are to 
Newton for the invention of the calculus. Today we 
have refined and qualified "how many?" in many 
unique ways, and with an air of sophistication, we 
awkwardly scratch through the intellectual barriers 
these "new" problems present. We haven't yet solved 
primitive man's puzzle completely, but we have great- 
ly surpassed him in knowledge. Through the federal 
grant for computer time at Case, our math depart- 
ment acquaints the students with the present and the 
future means of journeying further into this problem. 
Our math courses provide them with a knowledge not 
only sufficient for solving today's problems, but also 
tomorrow's. 



Paul Avers 
Adrian Buerger 



Carl Clements 
James Cliffel 




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a moment of amusement 



Louis Gmeindl 

Margie Gorslene Ronald Lokar 



Charles Reno Donald Rinkes Dale Thompson Barrie Wilson 




103 



Joyce Alexander 
Moses Dannenhirsh 
William DeMora 
Nathaniel Dickinson 
Forrest Diehl 



Donald Closer 
Von Hardesty 
Ronald Harding 
Raymond Hively 
Frank Hoffert 



James Lindsay 
William McCarter 
Michael Roicevich 
Ruth Smith 
Wayne Smith 






Social studies coordinates geography and history 



Mr. DeMora, an aggressive lecturer and a wary hall guard 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 

The realm of a social studies course extends not 
only to an examination of historical facts; it also 
dabbles in a survey of human nature. Teddy Roose- 
velt's abounding friendliness led him to refer to 
Germany's leader as "My friend, Bill the Kaiser," 
and Toft not only pitched the first major league ball 
but was the first president to get stuck in a bath tub. 
Students learn of Andrew Jackson's wild wedding and 
his pipe-smoking wife, thus gaining further insight 
into the man. The background proves to be colorful 
as events and people are thrown into the boiling pot 
of history. Found in the steam from the pot is Today, 
a mixture of controversy, space flights, scandals, and 
Nobel Prizes that highlighted a major election. 



An inspired lecturer, Mr. Hively 



Cecelia Stillman 
James Stuckey 
Peter Vogt 





Donna Baumeister 
Barbara Black 
Ervin Boja 



A reflection of learning 



Mr. Fellague faces an imposing array of buttons and levers. 





Ahmed Fellague 
Katheryn Gotes 
Eleonora Guzmen 



Constance Kreicher 
Anthony Vaccariello 
Margaret Zimmerman 



Students absorb Spanish culture through lively Senora Guzman. 



Noreen Cavan etudie oralement. 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

Between the object and the word lies a vast land 
of ambiguity. Between the sound and the meaning 
stands a wall of misconception. The language teacher 
gives shape and clarity to a torrent of nebulous 
sound. He says the word and repeats it, molds the 
sound and repeats it, illustrates the object and repeats 
it. Film texts and tapes tirelessly echo the lesson. 
Eventually repetition yields to originality as the stu- 
dent attempts to master another form of expression. 
The language teacher correlates object and word, 
fuses sound and meaning, until the four become one 
and the student comprehends. 




Marcia Backos 
William Brown 
Judith Carmody 



Rosemary Clement 
Norma Cowan 
Jean Cox 



Virginia DeMoro 
Lillian Drescher 
Joan Duprey 



English class correlates the literary and 



Mrs. DeMora explains the Greeks in English. 



ENGLISH 

From a strange mixture of grammar 
and e.e. cummings, Henrik Ibsen and 
William Blake, the English department 
labors to create sensitivity in a gener- 
ation solidly grounded in proof only by 
existence. English is now taught as an 
art rather than a foreign language. 
The "how" of sentence structure has 
yielded to the "why" of interpretation, 
and grammar is secondary to effect. 
By listening to recordings, related 
suites or operas, and viewing the 
literary movies available today, stu- 
dents resurrect literature from dusty 
manuscripts and apply it to the present 
situation and culture. The variety of 
topics, ranging from Greek tragedy to 
contemporary "beat poetry," provides 
something interesting for even the 
most lethargic student, transforming 
English from a dry, mental exercise to 
a flexible composite where each person 
con find an expression of himself. 




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the musical ballad. 



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Kathleen Fogarty 
Marilyn Fuerst 
Mary Harrington 



Susan Harris 
Gerald Henderson 
Jock Jenkins 



Emelie Kaye 
Kathryn Madison 
Ronald Markwell 



Carole Niebes 
Myra Oliver 
Lola Pinney 



Frank Pringle 
Leonard Robuck 
Granville Smith 



Nancy Taubman 
Carole Venaleck 
Stephen Yoke 





Dictation: "Dear Mr. Jones: enclosed you will find the remittance 



"Dear Mr. Sawyer: 



Alvin Amster Clayton George Frank Krpicak David McKelvey June Phypers Otto Santos 

Harold Caylor Bonnie Goodman William Liebal Edmund Mize Concetto Rash William Saul 




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BUSINESS 

Today's business world includes the insurance 
executive and the clerical assistant alike and provides 
a range of occupations which accommodates a large 
variety of interests. In order to qualify for active par- 
ticipation, students must prepare to meet the demands 
of an accelerated modern society and a highly com- 
petitive field of work. The training begins in the class- 
room where economics, keypunch machines, and the 
foreign code of shorthand loom as obstacles which 
must be overcome. Through a student secretary pro- 
gram end activities such as field trips which under- 
take a day's work in a department store, the student 
becomes more aware of the actual work involved in 
his profession. Geared especially for student benefit 
is the distributive education program in which employ- 
ment provides practical experience. 



Future secretaries are guided by Mr. Smith. 



I wish I could remember my brief forms 



Charles Sawyer Delmar Smith 

Wilmer Shuster Deiores Tocco 




Kathryn Frye Vinita O'Donnell Carol Petvai 



Julia Smith 



Marion Thomas 



HOME ARTS 

Although today's emphasis has 
shifted from skill in cooking to ease 
in calculation, home arts still occupies 
an important part in the curriculum. 
Euclid's course includes not only the 
basic skills of cooking and sewing, but 
also a chance to put them to practice 
in a fictional home unit. 



"I don't care what Heloise soys, we'll do it this way.' 





The printing presses on. 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Industrial arts develops within the student manual 
skills and craftsmanship. He learns how to change 
crude materials into objects of beauty and value. As 
he plans c design for the object which he intends to 
make, he utilizes his knowledge of tooling, takes into 
account the machines available to him, and allows 
for his own ability to use them. 

In each of the varied courses, his skills are re- 
fined. In metals he learns techniques of welding. In 
drafting he develops the basic skills of industrial 
drawing. Automotives provides a chance for the stu- 
dent to develop familiarity with a complex machine 
and to develop feeling towards its inner-workings. He 
must become part of the machine with which he 
works. 




Ronald Chambers 
Clarence Eckert 
Aloysius Galicki 
John Germock 
Richard Hungerford 
Milton Kadlec 



Embert Martin 
Robert McLaughlin 
Herbert Nold 
Allan Poklor 
James Stanley 
Fred Vollman 



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Taylor arouses varied reactions 



MUSIC 



Forming subject from thought 



Through the years the Euclid High music depart- 
ment has shown music to be truly the language of 
emotions. Whenever the strains of the "Hallelujah 
Chorus" waft through the corridor with the tenors 
squealing to G and the alto sections a half-step flat, 
one may envision several faces in the chorus painfully 
anticipating the English test to be taken next period. 
When the trumpets play in adulterated unison, one 
can imagine a series of puffed cheeks and staring eyes 
indicating the musicians' conscientious attempts to 
remember the causes for World War I. However, 
despite academic pressures and mixed emotions, these 
students' concert performances achieve musical ex- 
cellence. 

ART 

An art instructor does not merely teach; he helps 
cultivate a talent. His knowledge is not projected to 
the student through a read, write, and listen relation- 
ship. The projection occurs through an assimilation 
of ideas and technique. For the student, this process 
involves the independence of creativity and the task 
of forming subject from thought. Working under the 
influence of color and design, an artist becomes aware 
of the control that must be exercised to achieve a 
desired expression. While experiencing the battle of 
frustration vs. satisfaction, the mind learns to master 
the hands, which in turn master the brush. 





DRAMA 

(Turn down stage and cross to chair 
center left.) The stage direction is a 
colorless and mechanical guide to 
drama. 

(Look dreadfully shy and embarras- 
sed.) The actor gropes for the security 
of a definite characterization and the 
illusion he must create. 

(Slap him on the neck affectionate- 
ly.) The movements make intangible 
emotion physical. 

In drama class the student learns 
the techniques necessary to under- 
stand a script, casting imitation into 
the realm of imagination. 



"Curse you, Jack Dalton. If you don't unhand her, what then?' 
Abstraction from theory 




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A look from Mr. Resch 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Here we stand: the tall, the angular, 
the squatty, the lean, and the slack, 
a disorganized variety of shapes hastily 
stuffed into blue and white uniforms, 
awaiting the gym class that will trans- 
form us into a regiment of powerful 
bronze gods. We dream of grandeur — 
to be King of the Mountain. "Number 
off!" The Golden Apollo image fades 
to the 4/4 count of "Go, You Chicken- 
fat, Go." 



'Hold it, Albertsen; this is a time exposure.' 





Robert Addis 
Patricia Buck 



Arlene Carter Sondra Driscoll 

Harold Dougherty Donold Mohr 



Marilyn Reiff Victor Resch 

Howard Reminick Edward Tekiel 



Margaret Tornstrom 



Straining for that extra point 



Pat punches the pigskin. 





Frank Fowler Charles Lewis 




Electronics makes Individual attention possible. 

ADJUSTED CURRICULUM 

The adjusted curriculum provides a course of 
study designed to satisfy the needs of the student 
who is unable to achieve in our standard educational 
program. It creates a learning situation in which the 
student can acquire practical skills and knowledge. 



READING IMPROVEMENT 

See Sally read. See her read faster — faster and with 
more understanding as a result of the reading improve- 
ment program available to Euclid students. Stressing 
speed with comprehension, reading improvement helps 
not only the slow reader, but also the conscientious 
student who realizes the value of increasing his read- 
ing skills. 

JOURNALISM 

The journalism class, a writer's workshop, gives 
creative people a chance to express and develop the 
seeds of their genius. The students try their hand 
not only at factual, "newspaper" writing, but many 
times are given an excuse for writing fiction; and 
when their friends ask, "A play? What did you write 
a ploy for?" they can reply, "Oh, I had to. It was a 
journalism assignment." 



Good note-taking is essential to journalism. 




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DRIVING 

When insurance companies began 
dropping their rates for youthful 
drivers with proper instruction, the en- 
rollment in driving rose to the satu- 
ration point. Among all the subjects 
Euclid offers, this one semester course 
is the only one distinguished by a 
waiting list. The excitement of each 
day's narrow escapes, the thorough 
instruction, and the lower insurance 
premiums have proven irresistible to 
any student sixteen or older. 




f The Shadow-scope forces increased reading speed. 

"That's fine; now tomorrow let's remember to release the emergency brake. 



James Lawrence John Supance 





'Mom" typifies the spirit of the E-Room. 



Mrs. Mortinsen, E-Room Coordinator 



E-ROOM COORDINATOR 

As the new "mom," a very patient Mrs. Mortinsen 
experienced the various, never-ending antics of 
Euclid's E-Room patrons and still survived in good 
humor. Her personality was reflected in a casual as 
well as spirited atmosphere. After precious hours, en- 
hanced by the melodious strains of "Chug-o-Lug" and 
other musical masterpieces, she closed-up shop in just 
enough time to hurry home and cook supper. 




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Mr. Yocum, Vocational Coordinator 

Nurses: Mrs. Helen Wise, Mrs. Yolanda Kozlowski 




VOCATIONAL COORDINATOR 

"JOB OPPORTUNITIES!" If interested, inquire in 
Mr. Yokum's office any free period or after school. 
Remember "Yesterday's skills are not needed in 
tomorrow's jobs. Prepare for tomorrow." Although Mr. 
Yokum is seldom seen anywhere except at the end 
of the office corridor, posters and job lists project 
his presence and advice throughout the school. 



NURSES 

Down the gym corridor turning at 
the fifth door on the right passes one 
of sixty students who go to the nurse's 
office on any given day. Some are 
emergency cases who will be treated 
and sent home. Others will argue for 
aspirin only to find that state law pro- 
hibits their obtaining it. 



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Secretaries (L to R): Mrs. Boyer, Mrs. Herrick, Mrs. Edwardsen, Mrs. Maaswinkel, Mrs. 
O'Neill, Mrs. Cickavage, Miss Pintar, Mrs. Terlep, Mrs. Bending, Mrs. Sbrocco, Mrs. Stein. 



Treasurer: Mr. Glen Coatsworth. 



SECRETARIES 



Serving as the human element be- 
tween automation and education, 
Euclid's secretaries provide organi- 
zation to the functional aspects of 
the school. They ore also people with 
the answer to such questions as the 
whereabouts of Mrs. Sheats or Mr. 
Yocum's latest job opportunities. 



TREASURER 

Mr. Coatsworth's work demands 
organization, and for this reason his 
office is one of the incongruities of 
Euclid High. In spite of the signs re- 
flecting confusion that surround him, 
he manages the orderly and precise 
handling of school financial affairs. 



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Librarians (L to R): Mrs, Mueller, Mrs. Kadlec, Mrs. McCormack, Mrs. Hazel, Dr. Dorr, Miss Probert, Mrs. Shearer. 



Maintenance Staff. (L to R) Row 1: Margaret Lichtenberg, Rose Lavalley, Mary Mahne, Mary 
Sedja, Rose Brancely, Frances Morn. Row 2: Patricia Clark, Mary Medvesek, Albert Vene, 
Angela Konte, Louis DeMore, Eugene Icaovetta, Ann Giameio. 




Custodians (L to R): Gerome Gonser, Head Custodian; George Brewster, 
Joseph Pollack. 




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^ MAINTENANCE STAFF 



Behind a solid, plain door is a small windowless 
room. Two large, cloth trash baskets stand in the 
center of the room. Propped along the walls are 
brooms and mops. Beside them sit buckets and clean- 
ing fluids. A wash basin juts from one wall. Stand- 
ing in the corner, her back turned and her body in 
a shadow, a short woman stretches to reach a rag. 
Having grasped it, she turns, picks up a pail of water, 
and scurries from the room; the lights go out, and the 
door closes. 




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In an immense school where each 
student has become little more 
than a six-place number or the 
second heavy-eyed face in row 
three, a degree of creativity in ac- 
ademics is likely to be sacrificed 
for the expediency of standardized 
tests, workbooks, and texts. Every 
student adopts an attitude of par- 
tial conformity: each girl wears 
the same bulky mohair and A-line 
skirt; each boy talks of horsepower 
and cubic inches. Regimentation 
approaches a zenith. A formula 
defies the imagination. It is real 
and present, and the classroom 
tends to become such a formula. 

With the end of the tenth period, 
the system reverses itself. The 
myriad of notices posted daily on 
the main bulletin board exert a 
compelling force, altering the 
dull-eyed scholar into an energetic 
laborer. After the meeting he will 
be exhausted and positive he is 
suffering from a mild form of 
mononucleosis, but now no activ- 
ity seems too tiring. His interest 
catalyzes his energy. He expresses 
himself through singing, skiing, 
and poster-making. 

With unbelievable speed the club 
rosters shift from maximum to 
minimum enrollment as the ado- 
lescent personality experiments 
and withdraws, searching for its 
own channel. Each fad sparks a 
club. The new activity attracts an 
enormous following which grad- 
ually deflates to an enduring core 
with purpose, direction, and mean- 
ing. The individual becomes a part 
of the club; in the individual a part 
of the club remains. What is an 
activity?-work and fun, prosper- 
ity and bankruptcy, relaxed laugh- 
ter and strained silence, the block 
of copy in the senior index, a fin- 
gerprint of personality. 




student Council Executive Board (L to R) Row 1: Sue Stanley, Sue Warner, Barb Bernlohr, Marie Tancredi, Connie Manley, Char Hildebrand, Judy Rohrer. 
Row 2: Steve Bornett, Nick Perencevich, Bill Miller, Tom Halbedel, Denny Matko, Denny Cebul. 



Student Council (L to R) Row 1: Char Hildebrand, Oily Koger, Beth Knox, Betty Johnson, Paula Red- 
ding, Joan Clark. Row 2: Rosalee Beltz, Connie Mantey, Sharon Holland, Luci Oliverio, Nicky Petardi, 
Nancy Hagstrand, Wendy Brown, Sue Muscenti. Row 3: Sue Stanley, Mary Ann Zaiar, Karen Oieski, 
Diane Bryan, Jacquie Mason, JoAnn Robin Conti, Bob Vicic. Row 4: Harold Prasek, Tom Halbedel. 
Chuck Cox, Greg Pike, Jeff Kinsey, Ron Evans, Mark Springer. 





STUDENT COUNCIL 

Student Council works through com- 
mittees designed for various and spe- 
cific purposes. With such urgent mat- 
ters in mind as senior privileges, small 
groups gather in corners to plot. 

The executive board provides am- 
bitious leaders who set the pace and 
try to correlate the demands of both 
students and administration, e.g., boys 
tuck in their shirts, and the E-Room 
opens its doors five days a week. 

Success depends upon the interest 
of the representatives and support of 
the student body. The weekly results 
of precious time and effort are pre- 
sented in concise reports before hun- 
dreds of English students. 

Student Council Officers: Marie Tancredi, Secretory; Steve Barnett, President, Barb Bernio 
hr. Treasurer. 

Student Council (L to R) Row 1: Sue La Bounty, Gail Bohr, Barbara ZmijewskI, Barb Emser, Peg Hocevar, Shirley Krapence, Cherlyn Wood, Sandy Deere, Shoron 
Thomas, Rosonne Benr, Kathy Vernon, Marilyn Ogrinc. Row 2: Margaret Nielsen, Lynn Gulich, Pat Bashel, Sue Geyer, Cool^ie Hasto, Chris Kowicki, Kathy Krall, 
Jeanna Nielson, Cliff Kimes, Judy Rohrer, Denny Cebul, Marie Tancredi. Row 3: Darlene Lipovec, Jan Tuckerman, Linda Scharlou, Carol Wojcik, Darlene 
Moore, Jan Bielfelt, Maureene Otis, Sue Warner, Bill Millar, Nick Perencevich, Barb Bernlohr, Bill Miller. Row 4: Tom Seddon, Joe Penny, Dave Huncharek, 
Randy Jordan, Wayne Gould, Shirlee Papaiko, Leslie McArthur, Maureen Clemence, Debbie Brown, Pat Buzikowski, Nora Piper, Cathy Straughan, Cindy Grant, 
Bob Plescia. 




FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

Every third Thursday of each month, 
Euclid High's largest girl's service club 
entered and overwhelmed the audito- 
rium. "Adopting" and helping to feed 
families became the club's most out- 
standing project. Canned beans and 
peach preserves paved the way to the 
climactic Friendship Formal. 




Friendship Cabinet (L to R) Row 1: Oily Koger, Marilyn King, Kathy Havilond, Linda Jerse, Cindy 
Filler, Donna PInillips, Borbara Hull. Row 2: Diane Karrer, Barbara Wile, Tanya Kolcal, Marilyn Ogrinc, 
Lynda Gulich, Bernice Ulizzi, Margaret Nielsen, Leslie McArthur. 



Friendship Club Sophomores (L to R) Row 1: Marianne Garling, Lynn Saulisberry, Miciiele Scacco, Sue Fryer, Theresa Zupancic, Jill Goodwin, Gerri Artz, Katliy 
Pusice. Row 2: Linda Pestotnik, Peggy Tarantino, Donna Glass, Carol Pred, Laurie Harris, Barb Emser, Barb Wince, Barb Brandich, Laura Buclcnot, Shelly 5pivacl(. 
Row 3: Carolyn Kostansek, Maryellen Jaklicz, Kathy Murphy, Linda Melnikos, Karee Heighton, Laura Haytos, Marg Jarvis, Linda Ruffing, Cecily Hunt, Kathy 
Marten, Barb Martin. Row 4: Lorraine Parulls, Maryann Cherney, Sharon Anderson, Nancy Ludek, Shirley Papaiko, Carol Kovacic, Eileen Roth, Sherry Wieland, 
Sue Kinkelaar, Sue Albrechf, Beth Acks. 





Friendship Club Juniors (L to R) Row 1: Ginny Cibbs, Kothy Fugina, Mory Ellen Kucharski, Sandy Schwabauer, Marilyn Surtz, Sharon Olshansky, Donna Nagy, 
Andrea Gates, Dinah Tannenbaum, Jeanne Muscenti, Sandy Turkoc, Linda Kovach, Pat Weber, Ann Weber. Row 2: Karen Bahr, Jeanne Price, Jan Brazalovics, 
Betsy Goydos, Starlyn Hudec, Rosemary Kozar, Carol Zaorski, Barb Feldman, Toni Odda, Dixie Taylor, Judy Whitney, Carol Wojcik, Sue Jost, Joanne Vyskocil. 
Row 3: Mary Clapacs, Jill Haddock, Roz Stuzen, Cecile Rrnaldi, Marsha Hodokievic, Sharri Lang, Donna Jonke, Mary Kastelic, Sharon Murphy, Cecilia Land, Barb 
Nason, Barb Eglin, Jackie Ebel, Sue Plummer. Row 4: Rosalee Beltz, Jean Link, Donna Helmick, Linda Kadow, Robin Conti, Donna Server, Sharon Metyk, Sue 
Geyer, Cathie Wills, Patt Drake, Barb Laser, Patti Gingell, Barb Riebe, Gail Anderson, Sue Geist, Carol Paik, Sue Siders. Row 5; Dawn Jackson, Peggy Frye, Pat 
Znidarsic, Sandy Kormendi, Jane Howell, Donna Lewis, JoAnn Waichunas, Mary Ann Ruscin, Kathy Klann, Joyce Yanchar, Barb Zele, Joan Rafter, Joan Reiter, 
Pot Donner, Audrey Gudaitis, Mary Blazek, Karen Hennie, Barb Doles. 



Friendship Club Seniors (L to R) Row 1: Debbie Mahany, Karen Felden, Maureen Day, Sharon Thomas, Pat Mulhall, Linda Roberts, Pam Scheurman, Betty Zad- 
nikar, Kathy Griffis, Peggy Price, Jan Molchak, Barbara Zmijewski, Mary Wince, Connie Coppers, Connie Wotring, Amy Picciano. Row 2: Linda Price, Babs 
Bessire, Linda Zupancic, Betty Johnson, Roberta McKenzie, Gwen Roberts, Chris Fioreili, Sandy Mattes, Irene Laukiavich, Mary Ellen Petelinkar, Sandi Saletel, 
Dorothy Will, Dollie Archacki, Luba Hodokievic, Gina Onderdonk, Carol Howe. Row 3: Kathy Skonier, Marie Ruth, Jan Vovko, Linda Picozzi, Diane Dular, 
Carolyn Schott, Barbara Vrh, Connie Gregurich, Charlotte Snable, Jane Musick, Mary Lyn Terchek, Connie Bretton, Sharyn Harrison, Frances Felz, Judy Sonntag, 
Jackie Hovon. Row 4: Bonnie Rozman, Betty Francis, Irene Melnikas, Kathy Troop, Donita Cameron, Diane Gershow, Sally Beutell, Pat Beeman, Vera Gjivanovich, 
Linda Hall, Sue Cochran, Eileen Arnold, Barb Grain, Noncy Delost, Bobbie Kelly, Phyllis Piper, Erva Hitchcox. Row 5: Kathy Vernon, Linda Palmer, Diane Stocker, 
Bonnie Marincic, Kathy Kolmorgen, Mary Jo Cornelia, Norma Smith, Romaine Penkala, Pat Buzikowski, Judy Peorce, Peg Wills, Nancy Lehman, Marge 
Czaplicki, Karen MacDonald, Mary Lou Strekal, Gail Heighton, Eileen Biederman, Beverly Batic, Linda Emmert. 



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Key Club (L to R) Row 1: Tom Zimmerman, Tony Roberts, Paul Bright, Jim Moore, Dave Kurrent, Dale Dieckmann, Al Gutierrez, Treasurer; Kiyoshi Aki, Bill 
Bertalon, Eric Hertfelder, Vice-President; Dale Click, President, Denny Cebul, Vice-President; Bill Millar, Dan Hoffman, Tom Seddon, Ray Frank, Ken Kapley, 
Rictn Berger, George Mortinsen. Row 2: Juan Vargas, Chuck Fraley, Jim Guinter, Bob Warzin, Bill Miller, Gary Smith, John Allor, Craig Boehike, Greg Mucci, 
Marty Frank, Nick Zodnik, Jeff Fryer, Barry Doyle, Frank Burk, Ray Brow, Jock Strunk, Ron Heinlein, John Rice, Bob Martin, Jeff Carrish, Tom Barker, Dave 
Russell, Chris Mandel, Rick Yager. Row 3: Darrell Trebec, Jamie Rose, Rick Hamilton, Curt Mc Rae, Dave Zuro, Rich Courtney, Tom Reed, Denny Lefond, Tom 
Walter, Al Filler, Jim Francis, Mark Springer, Randy Price, Roy Larick, Jack Fargill, Ken Miller, Dave Wilder, Bob Troop, Paul Haffer, Chuck McCracken, Steve 
Lowry, Dave Krol, Tony locofono Row 4: John Burns, Rick Holloway, Jim Compbell, Dave Bell, Paul Gyongyos, Craig Vernick, Ned Balsley, Jim Cooke, Larry 
Cotton, Neil Wagner, Bob Vicic, Ken Ginsburg, Greg Pike, Dave McKee, Tony Rattini, Dove Schaser, Tom Schultheis, Ed Zovack, Kingsley Guy, Gary Lukat, Walt 
Bubley, Larry Kemper, Row 5: Bill Hagstrond, Herb Anderson, Joe Kapler, Tom Campbell, John Huebner, John Kovotch, Neal Wade, John Crawford, Don 
Kovotch, Chuck Cox, Steve Bayer, Mike Fergus, Glenn Forsythe, Paul Libby, Paul Mauser, Mark Smith, Bill Nitty, Dave Gubanc, Joel Sarich, Tom Holloway, 
Tom Boyce, Steve Kirk, Terry Trebec, Gary Zola, Denny Race, Al Strohen. 



Key Club Executive Boord (L to R) Row 1: Al Gutierrez, Bill Bertalon, Denny Cebul, Dale Glick, Rev 
William Fortner, Eric Hertfelder, Bill Millar, Tom Seddon. 



KEY CLUB 

"The meeting will now come to . . . 
Al's treasurer's report . . . from the 
social committee . . . party at Millar's 
(scattered cheers) ... a hayride the 
twenty-ninth . . . and coming back 
from Convention Vicic got plastered 
with toothpaste . . . Come on you guys; 
someone's gotta raise the flag . . . 
The food wasn't too good, but . . . 
football game next Saturday . . ." 

The Key Club is an organization of 
civic-minded students who are willing 
to sacrifice their time for the benefit 
of the school and community. 




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A.F.S. (L to R) Row 1: Bill Millar, Eric Hertfelder 
Barker, Mike Harris, Sue Warner, Andi Daskivich 
Frank, Char Hildebrand, Sheryl Gllcker. 



Suzanne Lohrey, John Lehr, 
Margaret Nielsen. Row 3: 



t 2: Jane Holloway, Nora Piper, Sue Perko, Dale Glick, Tom Holbedel, Sandy 
Holloway, Nancy Lohrey, Maureen Trotto, Carol Diehl, Juan Vargas, Diane 



AMERICAN FIELD 
SERVICE COMMITTEE 

This year the A.F.S. Student Com- 
mittee was host to two A.F.S. students, 
Kioshi Aki from Japan and Juan Varga 
from Costa Rico. Before Euclid opened 
its doors in the fall to returning stu- 
dents, the committee was helping the 
new foreign exchange students to get 
acquainted with Americans and adapt- 
ed to American customs. As the new- 
comers' interests spread to other ac- 
tivities, the committee turned to pos- 
ter-making. Their posters publicized 
the annual A.F.S. movies which sup- 
plied the money for next year's 
students. 



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F.T.A. Seniors {L to R) Row 1: Susie Reider, Pam Scheu 
ton, Linda Price, Mory Wince Row 2 
Connie Mantey, Lynn Humphrey, Sher 
wash, Erva Hitchcox, Bobs Bessire, Sl 
Douglas, Diane Stocker, Joan Purebei 



Miller, Eileen Bieden 



3n, Michele Kmet, Karen DiBianca, Korel Rossow, Jane Stahl, Sandy Mattes, Pat Popovich, Sue Codding- 

t Beeman, Goyle Wlison, Solly Beutell, Judy Sonntog, Frances Felz, Donita Cameron, Cathy Boich, 

:e. Row 3: Ralph Kirchener, Bill Smith, Morlene Ruder, Sharon McGill, Kathie Luckay, Eileen Arnold, Donna Water- 

jlich, Mary Lou Stelzer, Noncy Delost, Amy Picciono. Row 4: Jean March, Lani Prileson, Elaine Zokrajsek, Joy 

ey Tarantino, Jean Krenisky, Hilary Hunn, Marty Schwarz, Suson Smith, Judy Novinc. Row 5: Ed Rocich, Jim 



Phyllis Piper, Kothy Troop, Bonnie McArthur, Cheryl Steigauf, Mary Lou Strekal, Gale Heighton, Nancy Lehman. 




F.T.A. Juniors and Sophomores (L fo R) Row 1: Diane Karrer, Pat Weber, Kothy Benda, Mary Ann Mukavetz, Maureen Trotto, Jane Horvat, Judy Whitney, 
Carol Wojcik, Sharon Gerl, Diane Frank, Dinah Tannenbaum. Row 2: Carol Pred, Nancy Hagstrand, Peggy Taratino, Donna Phillips, Peg Hocevor, Peg 
Wittenmeyr, Trudy Tolar, Betsy Gaydos, Linda Jerse, Jill Haddock, Jan Tuckerman, Kothy Pausic, Tony Milavec. Row 3: Jill Goodwin, Linda Bohinc, Judy 
Coolidge, Judy Eichberger, Barb Zele, Cecile Rinaldi, Starlyn Hudec, Becky Rupert, Laura Boumon, Marie Marko, Barb Laser, Pat Gregic, Pat Piwowar, Barbara 
Wile, Kothy Marten, Sheryl Glicker. Row 4: Martie Wiehn, Mary Ellen Gorisek, Rosemorie Jozbinski, Luci Oliverio, Jill Janda, Jean Baker, Sharon Rutkie, 
Barbette Davidson, Rosanne Mcdeja, Linda Koeth, Jacquie Meson, Donna Huebner, Carol Probert, Dorlene Lipovec, Claudia Stallings, Sharon Pawlechko. Row 
5: Judy Perko, Kothy Mramor, Sherry Wieland, Barb Martin, Karen Hennie, Jean Link, Jean Schultz, Sandy Kormendi, Jo Ann Waichunas, Sharon Metyk, Cathie 
Wills, Lois Dodds, Leslie McArthur, Pamela Madden, Cathy Clements, Lorraine Parulis, Peggy Frye. 



FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 



A member of FT. A, often exists in 
state of Limbo, somewhere between 
the student and the teacher. Although 
she helps the teachers by tutoring, 
running errands, and occasionally sub- 
stituting, the faculty still preempts her 
authority. This small taste of teaching 
is tantalizing, but that is the purpose 
of the club. Each girl's interest is kept 
alive with her goal squarely in front 
of her while she waits for the day 
when she too will be writing hall 
passes. 



F.T.A. Executive Board (L to R) Row 1: Joyce Wichert, Connie Bretton, Oily Koger, Vice-President; 
Mary Klosky, Treasurer; Sue Perko, President, Carol Frank, Historian; Molly Lowry, Secretary; Joyce 
Yanchar.Row 2: Diane Gershow, Solly Beutell, Tanya Kokal, Sue Baker, Norma Smith, Sandy Deere, 
Beth Knox, Betty Preston, Marilyn Surtz, Linda Ralls. 





FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

Future Nurses Club members can 
be found scattered widely throughout 
the school and community — assisting 
in the clinic, working at the hospital, 
and participating in the Red Cross. 
However, humanistic rewards are not 
the only thing responsible for their 
active ties. Each task prepares them 
further for their chosen profession and 
places them a few points nearer the 
coveted F.N.C. pin. 



F.N.C. Officers (L to R) Row I: Betty Johnson, Vice-President; Cheri Wood, 
President. Row 2: Sharon Tucceri, Treasurer; Kothy Courter, Secretary. 



Future Nurses Club {L to R) Row 1: Sheila Pierce, Mary Lou Cavan, Betty Johnson, Cheri Wood, Romaine Penkola, Noreen Cavan, Jeanna Nielson, Kathy Ver- 
non, Connie Wotring. Row 2: Phyllis Piper, Jaclcie Penner, Pom Morgheret, Ginny Cibbs, Becky Pate, Pris Dickinson, Shoron Tucceri, Dawn Tetnck, Beth Gayer, 
Joyce Chisholm. Row 3: Sidney Kellerman, Judy Sherwood, Donita Consilio, Sharon Thorp, Marsha Hodokievic, Rosemary Kozor, Marilyn King, Mary Jo Connella, 
Linda Tiffany, Denise Roy, Carlene Almgren, Linda Emmert. Row 4: Jean Link, Donna Fink, Marilyn McBnde, Barb Loser, Cecilia Lauer, Nan LeBoron, Madeline 
Bir, Kathy Courter, Connie Gregurich, Motry Schwarz, Joanne Logar, Jan Heinlein, Morie Ribor, Eileen Biederman, Kathleen Boyd. 




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F.B.L.A. (L to R) Row 1: Dianne Klemencic, Jone Puncoh, Ann Weber, Kathie Tizzano, Joann Travmk, Betty Zadnikar, Jan Mahlchak, Barb Perko, Kathy Haviland, 
Bonnie Marmcic, Lena Newlen, Linda Lackner, Kathy Halo, Pat Infontolino, Angela Cutrone, Laurie Eppich. Row 2: Carol Scbott, Claudine Sherman, Pris Kimosh, 
Pat Soina, Carol Lebet, Chris Haastrand, Barb Vrh, Carol Howe, Char Snable, Nancy Linsley, Char LaCuvo, Sue Jost, Cheryl Dietrich, Margaret Doyle, Mrs. Good- 
man, Adviser. Row 3: Sue Siders, Manon Schwartz, Linda Emmert, Sandy Hall, Lin Baran, Pat Davis, Jackie Hovan, Carol Francis, Carol Zonar, Gerri Joblonski, 
Laura Klemenc, Frances Kociancic, Dorry Urbancic, Barb Doles, Eve Archacki, Barb Emser. Row 4; Solly Newman, Cheryl Large, Sandi Andruhs, Jean Ulle, Betty 
Francis, Marlene Ferencak, Carol Maupin, Jean Eck, Mary Ellen Petelinkar, Jo Anne Lonchar, Barb Cram, Geri Dougherty, Sue Roberts, Linda Blakeley, Gerry 
Fnel, Lindo Molovac. 



FUTURE BUSINESS 
LEADERS OF AMERICA 

The click and rattle of a typewriter 
and a ledger's endless columns are 
familiar to the business major. Classes 
introduce the mechanics of bookkeep- 
ing, typing and shorthand. F.B.L.A. 
supplements these skills with practi- 
cal opportunities for their use. Speak- 
ers and typing pools characterize this 
club, an organization that provides a 
preparation for a future business 
career. 



D.E.C.A. (L to R) Row 1: Fran Komar, Linda Zupancic, Dianne Mekedls, Nancy Waschura, Judy 
Richards, Sue Svirsky. Row 2: Mary Lou Locker, Laraine Burke, Karen Briggs, Jim Boag, Russ Johnson, 
Ron Miller, Judie Mitchell, George Edwards, Joyce Fine, Gary Graf, Roger Crombie, Carl Aiken, Jeff 
Muellet, Don Zgonc. 



DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 
CLUB OF AMERICA 



As a part of a notional organiza- 
tion, the Distributive Education Club 
of America (D.E.C.A.) appeals to the 
business oriented student and enables 
him to acquire practical experience by 
working as a solesclerk for a local 
employer. 




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F.B.L.A. Officers (L to R) Seated: Cheryl Dietrich, President. Standing: 
Laurie Eppich, Secretary; Loura Klemenc, Reporter; Betty Francis, 
Vice-President; Linda Molovac, Treasurer. 



Co-op Students (L to R) Row 1: Pat Theil, Sharon Skupic, Marcie Lushin, Donna Magri, Stephanie 
Ravnahrib, Linda Kcsunic, Fran Loznik, Pat GuMo, Kathy Pearson, Marian Severino, Martha Leon- 
hordt. Row 2: Betty Safreed, Sharon Marn, Bernie Cergol, Elaine Lapinskas, Carolyn Tryon, Donna 
Ciomek, Betty Luksrc, Joann Debelak, Marilyn Bilicic. 



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student Supply Store (L to R) Row 1: Judy Perko, Jone Horvat, Luba Hodokievic, 
Sally Ferris, Nancy Hogsfrond, Kathy Zaietel, Bobbi Kelly, Juan Vorgus, Row 2: 
Jan Heinlein, Sue Perko, Bill Bertalan, Barb Zele, Judy Emmert, Mr. Amster. Row 3: 
Harry Deckman, Russ Johnson, Ginny Yapel, Ron Heinlein, Kiyoshi Akc. 



STUDENT SUPPLY STORE 

Five minutes before the first period 
class! The student shoves his way 
through the throng in front of the door 
splotched with paper signs announc- 
ing pens, notebooks and typewriting 
paper. He quickly looks at the swarm 
of book titles around him. After grab- 
bing copy of Cyrano de Bergerac, he 
goes to the counter, picks up a few 
pencils, and asks for two blue books. 
The girl behind the counter hands him 
one blue book saying, "Sorry, we only 
have one left." She takes his copy of 
Cyrano and stamps it. "That will be 
65^." The cosh register rings, and the 
buyer takes his change and rushes 
down the corridor and up the stairs to 
his class. 

CO-OP STUDENTS 

Credit should be given to distribu- 
tive education as one of the most sen- 
sible programs at E.H.S. Co-op students 
lead double lives in which classroom 
training is applied in part-time em- 
ployment. Practical experience in 
pleasing both boss and teacher plus 
old-fashioned effort and ambition pro- 
vide the business-minded person with 
ample preparation for a successful 
career. 









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Concert Bond Row 1 (L to R): Peggy Wittenmy 
Paula Redding, Sonja Skrlj, Ron Lewis, Sue Ren 
Fiorifto, Rich Baldini, Tom Allen, Dave Schaser, 
Sheryl Tucci, Sharon Evans, Jean March, Row • 
Perencevich, Dave Huncharek, Neil Blasse, Burk 
Miklavic, Randy Kuznik, Pat Meighan, Ron Abn 



Judy Whitney, Director; Mr. Dale 
Fred Cooper, Tom Pavlik, Bill Sri 



r, Marilyn Surtz, Judy Coolidge, Diane Bryan, Barb Ward, Gayle Wilson, Anita Coblitz, Sandy Skrij. Row 2: 
er, Joyce Yerty. Row 3: Terry Skrionc, Mary Lou Stelzer, Jill Janda, Pam Scheurmon, Jane Holloway, Lewis 
Pat Gingell, Harry Dickman, Tom Rennmger, Tim Campbell, Linda Holly, Bill Baillie, Kathy Hayes, Sally Beutell, 
: Trudy Tolor, Diane Karrer, Jan Tuckerman, Mike Savarin, Kothy Hunter, Cathy Wassil, Walter Bubley, Nick 
Oakley, Joel Sarich, Dudley Prisel, Tom Holloway, Dave Kurrent, Paula Kuchling, Art Yerty, Bill Hitty, Al 
;k Strok, Chuck Mallue. Row 5: Lucie Oliveno, Carol Diehl, Glenn Miller, Linda Scheibel, Dorlene Morgan, 



Juan Vargas, Jim Kurrent, Bruce Baumc 
ck, Dave Robb, Tom Mitchell, Tom Campbell, To 



rdt. Bill Vadnal, George Bilyk, Dennis Sutton, Warner Lindquist, Bill Millar, 
Paine, Ron Cooney, Tim Masek, Mark Steindler, Lee Pereksta. 



CONCERT BAND 

The members of the Concert Band 
exist in a maze of challenges and 
sixty-fourth note cadenzas. This 
steady flow of impossible scores is 
supplemented by the diverse activi- 
ties in the band room. The extremes 
of frivolity and serious musical study 
provide the means and stimuli for ex- 
citng as well as exacting performances. 




Chevrons Row 1 (L to R): Lucy Oliverio, Bill Baillie, Peggy Wittenmyer, Marilyn Surtz, 
Anita Coblitz. Row 2: Jill Janda, Bruce Baumgardt, Glenn Miller, Burks Oakley, Joel 
Sorich, Jim Kurrent. 





Cadet Band Row 1 (L to R): Cindy Phelps, Barb Nason, Doug Cooney, Pris Dickinson, Betsy Gaydos, Linda Hall, Bonnie Gilles, Claudia Stallings, Joon Prilescn, 
Sue Frost. Row 2: Bill Kowicki, Dove McKee, Ken Warren, Steve Kay, Laurie Harris, Cheryl Thomas, Rodger Kay, Ray Petro, Ken Koch, Bob Rose, Rick Yager, 
Sandy Norris, Row 3: Mark Smith, Ruth Hocevar, Jeff Kish, Dorothy Hocevar, Dove Kershaw, Bob Watts, Harold Prasek, Gail Kempkerk, Bob Pulver, Al St. John, 
Dennis Von Ooyen, Ron Heinlem, Jerry Kish, Vince Traven, Charles Phillips, Greg Sobole, Quentin Stout, Jerry Kirchner, Fred Schutt, Dave Pultorak. Row 4: 
Ken Auble, Marty Kelley, Joe Sanda, Karen Hennie, Bill Pulver, Tom Barker, Larry Selepak, Jerry Tomko, Russ Kane, Greg Pike, Frank Petrik, Chuck Fraley, 
Martha Ross, Rich Preztak, David Wattermon, Tony Rattini, Jim Zoller, Greg Mucci, Steve Soloky, Rick Holloway, Frank Botz, Tim Tryon. 



In the name of Allah, Christ, Moses . . . end Mr. Harper. 






(L to R): Karen Henderson, Bill Hitty, Tim Tryon, Gayle Wilson. 




Band Sergeants (L to R): Dave Wilber, Jim Kurrent, Fred Cooper. 



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ORCHESTRA 

The sound of string instruments 
dominate the melody as three times 
a week orchestra members combine ef- 
forts for symphonic tone. Music such 
as the highlights from "Porgy and 
Bess" can achieve the appropriate 
depth through the full range of sound 
afforded by an orchestra. Whether 
participating in annual festivals or 
the spring musical, the orchestra is a 
blend of talent and diligent practice: 
a formula for quality. 




Mr. Harper counsels Sue on a revision. 



The orchestra fiddles its Time away. 





Orchesfro Row 1(L to R): Sue Perko, Amy Picciano, Dawn Kepetz, Gail Booth, Mary Ellen Jaklic, Glenn Forsythe, Martin Francis. Row 2: Cecile Rinoldi, Sharon 
Thorp, Janet Basa, Linda Herak, Pom Massen, Dan Watkins, Terry Skrjonc, Pam Scheurman, Ron Abrams, Mary Lou Stelzer, Anita Coblitz, Marilyn Surtz, Peggy 
Wtttenmeyer, Bill Baillie, Barb Gilles, Diana Click. Row 3: Jim Schutte, Richard Dvorak, Bill Smith, Judith Gasper, Morgarote Pogrodis, Jo Ann Hart, Luba 
Hadimo, Dave Wilber, Neil Blasse, Harold Prasek, Lee Pereksta, Harvey Ruben, Tom Payne, Dave Schaser, Jean March, Dave Pultoric, Bob Rose, Jan Smeker, 
Marcia Mamrock. Row 4: Jim Kurrent, Bruce Baumgardt, Randy Kuznik, Patrick Mann, George Carter, Tom Pavlik, Jane Stahl, Sue Williams, Director Dale 
Harper. 



Dave and Tom — blowing and bowing. 



Concentration — the key to a fine performance. 





Choral Masters (L to R) Row 1: Pat Jobe, Cheri Wood, Gloria Copretti, Lee Roberts, Char Hildebrand, Lori Sabol. 
Row 2: Marlene Ruder, Pom Rudiok, Diane Frank, Sharon Wheeler, Pat Wicheff. Row 3: Andi Doskivich, Diane Ait- 
ken, Jane Stahl, Amy PIcciono, Suzanne Lohrey, Donna Rihtorshich, Suzl Kniess, Betsy Foy. Row 4: Jim Marino, Neil 
Wagner, Bob Vicic, Bill Millar, Jim Miller, Kiyoshi Aki, Ralph Kirchener, Jeff Kinsey. Row 5: Craig Voll, Greg Pike, 
Paul Povlik, Dole Click, Jim Klopovic, Doug Lilley, Joel Sarich, Chuck Cox, Gary Smith. 



CHORAL MASTERS 

A mutual desire to sing and to sing 
superbly unifies the Choral Masters. 
Working as a closely knit group, it 
strives for a perfection in harmony 
and rhythm and for an intangible tone 
quality. Climaxing a half year's work 
was a unique and lively Christmas 
Concert which was enjoyed as much by 
the students and teachers as by the 
choir itself. 



Choral Masters Accompanists (L to R): Laura Kempert, Cecily Hunt, Phil Beining. 





Choral Mosters (L to R) Row 1: Sandy Deere, Elaine Rossi, Cathy Boich, Sally Ferris, Goyle Walker, Darlene Gortz, Lynn Humphery, Kathy Di Lillo. Row 2: 
Jeonna Nielson, Cheryl Cradis, Cherie Bartos, Gail Gulbenkian, Karen MacDonald, Nora Piper, Betty Hudson, Dawn Jackson, Karen Henderson, Carolyn Bernt- 
son. Row 3: Carol Frank, Hilary Hunn, Mary Ann Vardian, Barb Zele, Sue Warner, Babs Bessire, Kothy Emmert, Cindy Jerabek, Cecily Hunt, Loura Kempert. 
Row 4: Harold Glenn, Ed Racich, Tim Tryon, John Burns, Dave Gauch, Jim Beran, Dan Hoffman, Ken Kapley, Bob Wickes. Row 5: Craig Boehike, Phil Beining, 
Bill Miller, Wayne Wiblin, Dan Praznovsky, Jeff Tucker, David Peek, Ray Sweigert, Don Miller, Gary Kleckner, Jim Burnett, Mike Ruscin. 



Choral Masters Executive Board (L to R) Row 1: Amy Picciano, Kothy Emmert, Andi Doskivich, Sue Warner, Jane Stohl. Row 2: Gary 
Kleckner, Paul Povlik, Bill Miller, Jeff Tucker, Dale Click, Mike Ruscin. 



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VOCAL MUSIC 

Once upon a time a song was merely 
sung, but no longer. It is coaxed, 
yelled, and pounded to perfection by 
Mr. T. It is mode tangible as the wal- 
rus and the carpenter pantomine their 
quest for oysters. Striking costumes 
and unique lighting compliment the 
song. Then the mood changes and a 
melody is flung madly about the stage 
in a wild search for mistletoe. Between 
performances normalcy exists, and the 
cycle of singing and interpretation 
resumes. 

Sophomore Codet Choir (L fo R) Row 1: Judy Perko. Row 
2: Sue Chandler, Carleen Mack, Dale Racich. Row 3: 
Marcia Chapman, Sue Land, Jackie Harris, Dianne Saul. 
Row 4: Steve Zdara, Jeff Carrish, Marty Frank, Bill Hassel- 
bach. Row 5: Dove Russell, Ron Sweed, Jack Strunk, Doug 
Hackle, Tom Seddon. 

Girls Concert Choir (L to R) Row 1: Jane Horvot, Beth Hodder, Sharon Gerl, Evonne Monoyudis, Janis Fabian, Goil Bahr, Judy Sherwood, Bernie Campbell, 
Gail Neithercott, Betty Johnson, Beth Knox, Kothy Vernon, Darlene Pragacy, Sarajane Swaney, Georgia Geer. Row 2: Tonya Kokal, Sheryl Glicker, Cecelia 
Movec, Cathy Scheiner, Kathie Schmidt, Charlotte Neff, Debbie VanKorngut, Linda Kodow, Donna Fink, Carol Whittaker, Chris Pado, Morjorie Hart, Arlene 
Wagner, Rosemary Cohoro. Row 3: Karen Baur, Jon Brczalovics, Linda Jerse, Morsho Dunker, Linda Himes, Jean Link, Cheryl Walton, Sue Geyer, Linda Roberts, 
Bonnie Stevens, Barb Eglin, Kothy Makowski, Cheryl Kostick, Lynn Hosko, Gerrie Mikoch, Diane Torontino Row 4: Rosemary Stermole, Jon Wallace, Kothy 
Goldstein, Chris Ross, Margaret Neilsen, Cheryl Gillespie, Sue Siders, Pat Friedman, Barb Thorpe, Ginger McCreight, Judy Emmert, Pat Znidorsic, Ginny Cibbs, 
Marsha Hodokievic, Jeanne Price, Robin Conti, Donna Server, Pom Morgheret. 






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Sophomore Cadet Choir (L to R) Row 1: Lynne Lardin, Nancy Kaselack, Donna Serksnis, Georgeanne 
Orlando, Susonne Fryer. Row 2: Becky Leister, Potty Poulchek, John Arko, Shirley Krapence, Norene 
Skerly, Laura Hoytas. Row 3: Jim De Viney, Cliff Plotf, Mark Capretta, Borb Martin, Marge Jarvis, Debbie 
Beckwith, Loraine Parulis. Row 4: Al Sinkovic, Jim Brown, John Lipnicki, Denny Bilyk, John Ruscin, 
Bob Hylkima, Randy Price. Row 5: Roy Brow, Tom Boyce, Dove Gubanc, Mark Polo, Joe Zinnegar, Bob 
Pignatiello, Rich Tiderman. 



Sophomore Girls Choir (L to R) Row 1: Donna Yopko, Barb Widmor, Margoret Doyle, Linda Ullestad, Marianne Gorling, Carol Heinz, Kathy Calvert, Jo Ann 
Svetin, Martha Wiehn, Denise Scheurman, Sharon Powlechko. Row 2: Sherry Wohl, Kathy Kordet, Lindo Switzer, Donna Phillips, Barb Emser, Jackie Cabala, 
Sharon Violonti, Carol Sestok, Judy Brown, Karen Skolaris, Kathy Krall, Becky Porter, Pat Letonosky. Row 3: Barb Bowman, Sue Albrecht, Maryann Cherney, 
Laura Hitchcox, Donna Capella, Cheryl Oyler, Jackie Mason, Linda Jimison, Linda Horsey, Cookie Hudock, Carol Hayward, Alice Cercek, Linda Axford, Becky 
Kapferer, Cindy Grant. 





Chess Club Row 1 {L to R): Chris Braden, Wayne Rohncht. Row 2: T 
SwQddell, Scott Winsor. 



CHESS CLUB 

Royalty will be dethroned, knights 
will be captured, and the clergy will be 
martyred and sacrificed as armies of 
red and white grapple. The chess team 
plots these masterpieces of circumven- 
tion, designing triumphant mental 
attacks on a chessboard battlefield. 



"What I want to know is — what am I doing here?' 





POLITICAL AFFAIRS 

Election Day approached. For Eu- 
clid's election, P. AC. hustled about 
obtaining election booths, forming 
Democratic and Republican commit- 
tees, and organizing campaigns with 
rallies and posters. In the aftermath 
a movie was shown on the growth of 
the Communist Party, and a speaker 
came to discuss the rebuilding of the 
Republican Party. 

WORLD AFFAIRS 

Interest in world happenings and our 
country's role in them characterizes a 
member of the World Affairs Club. 
Through meetings and various other 
functions, the club explored the many 
facets of the international scene. An 
interesting schedule of lectures and 
discussions, highlighted by the Inter- 
national Banquet in February, helps 
the member comprehend the signifi- 
cance of the kaleidoscopic events of 
the modern world. 



Political Affairs Club Row 1 (L to R): Hilory Hunn, Romoine Penkola, Jane Musick, Cheri Brown, Lubo 
Hodakievic, Alice Love, Sue Baker, Barb Zmijewski, Mary Wince. Row 2: Debbie Wallace, Linda 
Watson, Oily Koger, Amy Trommetter, Sue Gulich, Sharyn Harrison, Nancy Delost, Kathy Callahan, 
Nancy Lehman. Row 3; Mike Paiko, Jeff Fryer, Don Rieder, Chris Braden, Dan Praznovsky, Craig 
Stenger, Bill Renninger, Scott Winsor, Dave Swaddell, Paul Gyongyos, Wayne Rohricht, Ernest Krysty. 



World Affairs Club (L to R) Row 1: Bill Millar, President; Nora Piper, Secretary; Mary Lou Strekal, Treasurer; Bonnie McArthur, Vice President. Row 2: Jan 
Hribor, Kathy Callahan, Marguerite Ehlert, Jan Brooks, Ellen Fike, Kathy Hunter, Jan Heinlein, Amy Trommetter, Marge Czaplicki, Sharyn Harrison, Mike Palko. 
Row 3- Sponsor Mr Raymond Hively Mike Harris, Linn Conley Marsha Dunker George Barabos Jane Holloway Kathy Fugina, Nancy DeLost, Wayne Rohricht, 
Dan Praznovsky Row 4 Sherry Salisbury, Cheryl Brown, Luba Hodakievic, Robin Alexander, Sandi Cable, Oily Koger, Jane Musick 






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Science Seminar (L to R) Row 1: Bob Fiorelli, Larry Neuvirth, Sonja Skrij, Sheryl Glicker, Sharon Tharp, Laurie Harris, Corel Frank, Jan Tuckerman, Barb Baker, 
Gayle Wilson, Mary Wince, Row 2: Wayne Karberg, Chuck Cox, Rick Yager, Steve Kirk, Ray Frank, Eric Hertfelder. How 2: Ron Havener, Jack Strok, Joe Chase, 
Barry Bolko, Steve Bayer, Paul Gyongyos, Bill Millar, Tom Lewis, Denny Morris, Ken Ginsburg, Curt McRae. 



SCIENCE SEMINAR 

Science Seminar has become a thriv- 
ing organization in which the scientifi- 
cally oriented student finds refuge 
from the battered English book. The 
seminar meets once a week on Wed- 
nesday evening and functions with in- 
formality uncommon to the class- 
room. The student casts aside thoughts 
of work and finds instead a learning 
situation in which his primary interest 
may develop more casually. 

DRAMA WORKSHOP 

The stage glooms brown-black. In a 
well of green light a girl simulates the 
growth of a seed th'rough the move- 
ment of her own body. Around the rim 
of the well the dark faces of her class- 
mates watch her as the cabalistic 
music of Debussey settles over the 
circle. Through this exercise, the girl 
awakens to her inabilities. She must 
overcome her awkwardness, conquer 
her inhibitions, and deepen her sen- 
sitivity. This interpretation is the start 
of her own dramatic maturation. 



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STAGE CREW 

The stage crew produces the visual 
illusion that surrounds the drama. The 
crew members dwell in the recesses of 
the stage, emerging as production 
dates close in to hammer, saw, paint, 
size, adjust lights, and stencil. Techni- 
cal efforts climax in a disastrous dress 
rehearsal, frenzied corrections, and a 
smooth performance in which the 
technical work at last becomes an in- 
tegral port of the show. 

MATH CLUB 

In an isolated corner of the third 
floor, there is a classroom where at 
3:40 p. m. on Tuesdays, many of the 
laymen's undisputed truths are sus- 
pended. Two and two don't always 
equal four, and a piece of paper is like- 
ly to sport only one side. Wednesday- 
morning-scholars sometimes find an 
unwieldy problem sprawling over the 
blackboard and come to the conclu- 
sion that a computer spent the night. 
Actually there is nothing mysterious 
about the procedures — logic is the 
province of all men. 



stage Crew (L to R) Row 1: Pom Long, Ken Kapley, Dionne Soul, Shelley Spivack. Row 2: 
Wayne Ballantine, Bruce Lamb, Bill Hasselbach. Row 3: Don Wotkins. 





Club Row 1 (L to R): Paul Shirk, Ken Watts, Jim Sintic, Rich Lokar. Row 2: Dave Peek, Tony Ipavec, Bill Metcalf, Walter Braun, Ed Tulauskas. 



FOREMAN'S CLUB 

The industrial arts teacher cannot 
immobilize his students neatly in as- 
signed seats or personally watch over 
each step in the long path to the fin- 
ished product. However, most of the 
skills he teaches are potentially dang- 
erous and require the very supervision 
he cannot give. The solution is simple. 
Some students, superior in skill and 
responsibility, ore chosen as assistant 
instructors. They must walk the pre- 
carious path between student and 
teacher and carry the responsibility 
for another's safety; yet, any shop boy 
is honored to become a foreman. 

MOVIE CLUB 

During his lunch period, the Euclid 
student must find amusement to dis- 
solve the frustrations of the morning. 
He may seek diversion in the library, 
the E-Room, or at the noon movies. 
Silence and extended conversation only 
create further stress. Therefore, after 
eliminating the library and E-Room, 
the student relies on the Movie Club 
to amuse him. Many students are in- 
debted to this club for preserving good 
mental health. 

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Movie Club Row 1 (L to R): Connie Gregoric, Sue Eder, Sandy Gfeller. Row 2: Roger Sheppard, 
Paiko, Bill Doak, Paul Haffer. Row 3: Bob Lemieux, Wayne Karberg, Walter Schuttenberg, I 
Kemper. Row 4: Lorry Bydash, Paul Pavlik, Bruce Geddes. 





AD CLUB 

Prodded by the hoarsely jovial com- 
mands of Vocc-I-, the ad club members 
stamp and punch their way through 
the Friday night crowds. The motive is 
spirited, the method effective. Observe 
the red and green EUCLID that labels 
the bock of every hand. 



CAMERA CLUB 

Good pictures are rarely taken acci- 
dentally. A conscientious photographer 
equips himself with precise knowledge 
of his camera and the various tech- 
niques necessary in succesful photog- 
raphy. The time and effort he spends 
are motivated by his interest, supple- 
mented by his imagination, and com- 
plemented when his candids display 
an artistic quality. 



Ad Club Row 1 ( L to R): Diane Gershow, Barb Haddad, Jerry Artz, Jill Goodwin. Row 2: Linda Pet- 
kovic, Judy Zivkovich, Judy Whitney, Pat Weber. 



Camera Club (L to R): Tom Neuman, Wayne Wiblin, Jim Burnett, Horold Prasek, Jeff Tucker, Louis Fioritto, Fred Schutt, Sponsor Mr. William Gall. 




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G.A.A. Officers (L to R): Dee Totten, President; Trudy Tolar, Secretory; Mary Ann Vardian, Vice-President; Barb 
Laser, Sports Coordinator; Barb Bernlohr, Treasurer. 

Girls spring into action , . . 



GIRLS' ATHLETrC 
ASSOCIATION 

Gasping for breath, the roving guard intercepts 
a pass. Someone yells, "Shoot, shoot!", and in a 
frenzied burst of excitement the boll darts past the 
basket and over the backboard. 

Zero-zero. Side out. Zero-zero. Side out. Zero- 
zero . . . The volleyball game continues in this man- 
ner until a deluge of ear-piercing shrieks announces 
a point. 

With a tremendous swing, the hockey stick mokes 
contact. The little ball hurtles forward, hits a knee, 
and careens into the goal, followed by cries of anguish 
and delight. 

The Girls' Athletic Association provides its mem- 
bers with practice that builds skills to supplement 
their abundance of spirit. 





GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB 

With a loafer on one foot, a bobby sock and sneak- 
er on the other, the girl walks self-consciously down 
the hall. No, she has not suffered mental collapse. She 
is enduring the membership rites of the Girls' Leaders 
Club, an organization known for its development of 
leadership qualities and its mania for warm-up exer- 
cises. Next year, that new girls' leader will be an 
aide to the Physical Education Department as she 
takes attendance, referees games, and enthusiasti- 
cally leads her class through "jumping-jacks" and 
"fanny-scoots." For now, however, she will have to 
be content with kneeling in the E-Room to sing 
"Jingle Bells." 



in after-school G.A.A. competition. 



Girls' Leaders Club Row 1 (L to R): Gail Gulbenlcian, Sandy Deere, Sonjo Sl<rli, Dee Totten, Jean Petovseic, President; Sandy Car- 
penter, Kathy Courter, Sue Coctiran. Row 2: Marilyn Surtz, Ginny Cibbs, Betsy Gaydos, Jill Haddock, Molly Lowry, Secretary; 
Jill Malokos, Cecilia Rinaldi, Ellie Vincent. Row 3: Paula Kuchling, Barb Bohinc, Judy Rohrer, Barb Zele, Shirley Tarantino, Treasurer; 
Terry Stepic, Toni Milavec, Trudy Tolar. Row 4: Darlene Gortz, Barb Noson, Margaret Nielsen, Joan Pureber, Vice-President; Carol 
Wojcik, Loretto Heise, Barb Eglin. Row 5: Sandy Kormendi, Jean Schultz, Tanya Kokal, Barb Bernlohr, Judy Whitney, Marie 
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WAI NAPOLO 



"Happiness is a dry towel after prac- 
tice. Dry hair is comforting, too. Some- 
day I'll do the senior solo. If we can't 
have initiations, then, by George, we'll 
have parties. Look, I'll teach you to 
swim before the end of this six weeks, 
or my name isn't . . ." Euclid's Swim 
Club follows a simple formula: culti- 
vate talent, teach techniques, blend in 
perfection, add large amounts of as- 
sorted fun, and soak all year. 




Woi Napolo Officers (L fo R): Marsha Dunker, Secretary; Tom Tumbry, 
President; Bill Millar, Treasurer; Mary Klosky, Vice-President. 



Woi Napolo (L fo R) Row 1; Linda Ralls, Oralee Tyler, Bonnie Swanson, Barb Ward, Susie Reider, Donna Moretti, Char Hildebrand, Sandy Barker, Mary Klosky, 
Linda Tiffany, Michele Kmet, MaryAnn Vordian, Sheila Pierce. Row 2: Carole Miller, Cindy Grant, Jackie Harris, Nancy Robb, Sue Chandler, Marilyn Boyd, Mike 
Harris, Marsha Dunker, Beth Hodder, Sharon Gerl, Dorlene Lipovec, Jean Winters, Carol Ostrander, Debbie Lipstreuer, Dorothy Sustersic, Paula Schulte. Row 3: 
Tom Tumbry, Kiyoshi Aki, Craig Vernick, Dave Wilder, Rich Kershaw, Chuck Mallue, Chuck Hraster, Bill Millar, Pat Meighan, Bill Kentner, Dove Robb, Lee 
Pereksta. Row 4r Bob O'Hora, Larry Cotton, Bob Henikman, Dave Kershaw, Tom Hollowoy, Warren Wirtz, Doug Lilley, Neal Wade, Jack Strunk, Ken Miller, 
Ray Preztak, Dennis Sutton. 




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Ski Club (L to R) Row 1: Jeanne Price, Jill Haddock, Sheryl Salisbury, Kathy Callahan, Carol Pred, Pom Scheurmon, Barb Zmijewski, Dale Racich, Karen Di- 
Bianco, Sue Muscenti, Carol Miller, Kofhy Griffis, Peggy Price, Jan Molchok, Char Snable, Diane Dular, Cathy David, Judy Rohrer, Denny Cebul. Row 2: Tim 
Tryon, Sue Reider, Laura Schegel, Kathy Skonier, Kathy Enright, Lynn Rossow, Deb Beckwith, Barg Jarvis, Carol Ostrander, Jill Molokas, Gail Neithercott, Marsho 
Dunker, Margaret Neilson, Carol Probert, Becky Rupert, Marsha Wolton, Lin Horsey, Ginny Sames, Sally Tiedmon. Row 3: Lois Erzen, Sonjo Skrij, Sally Beutell, 
Judy Springer, Jan Bielfelt, Debby Lipstreuer, Sue Chandler, Karee Heighton, Linda Ullestad, Jackie Harris, Cindy Grant, Erva Hitchcox, Gale Heighton, Janet 
Nainiger, Kathy Kolmorgan, Linda Doiley, Sherry Macaul, Nancy Skupic, Gail Anderson. Row 4: Mike Kopach, Jean March, Jane Hollowoy, Sherry Wieland, 
Barb Doyle, Harvey Doremus, Craig Vernick, Dale Glick, Mike Vandeveer, Wayne Ballentine, Chuck Phillips, Bob Schneider, John Burns, Jerry Loncala, Ed 
Racich, Mark Springer, Mike Today, Roy Larick, John Cimperman, Connie Bretton, Kingsley Guy, Ken De Loot. 

Ski Club {L to R) Row 1: Erik Carlson, Dave Zuro, Al Olgiate, Donna Malz, Rosemary Czohara, Mary Cooney, Connie Coopers, Denise Ray, Betsy Roy, Joyce 
Chisholm, Betty Johnson, Beth Knox, Karen Henderson, Rosanne Beni, Kathy Vernon, Linda Price, Sandy Deere, Karen Weseli, Robin Alexander, Pot Mulhall, 
Sandi Coble, Sharon Gerl, Cathie McGraw, Linda Akroboff, Becky Pate, Elizabeth Hohs. Row 2: John Curtis, Karen MacDonald, Larry Grigsby, Karen Bour, 
Linda dicker, Kathy Troop, Carol Zoorski, Ellie Vincent, Morcy Mamrock, Sharon Thorp, Debbie Wolloce Cordon, Pat Bashel, Carol Whittaker, Carol Bell, 
Karen Benso, Alice Grdanc, Lyn Karlan, Linn Conley, Oralee Tyler, Sandy Schwabauer, Peggy Wittenmyer, Lois Dodds, Madeline Bir, Linda Bluhm. Row 3: 
Neil Wagner, Andi Daskivich, Shirley Popolko, Carol Znider, Joyce Yanchar, Nancy Bunch, Tom Reed, Betsy Goydos, Sandy Carpenter, Marion Schwarz, Marty 
Schworz, Carole Kapel, Romaine Penkalo, Mary Jo Cornelia, Jo Anne Miklavic, Bonnie Mormcic, Michele Kmet, Kothy Butt, Kris Carter, Sue Breitsch, Linda 
Minnillo Marilyn Perko, Jon Wolfenberg, Judy Emmert, Judy Howe, Mike Harris. Row 4: Barbette Davidson, Betty Preston, Don Miller, Jeff Papaiko, Phil Park- 
hurst, Doug Lilley, Brigette Depretis, Bill Kelley, Wayne Gould, Bruce Blumenstem, Gary Zola, Denny Race, Jim Dodonte, Rollin Yanchar, Terry Trebec, Ken 
Rowe, Len Brozee, Jim Miller, Al Podboy, Chris Jochum, Ron Sterling, Ray Frank, Craig Boehike, Char Hildebrond, Peg Hocevar, Elaine Gibson, Mary Lou Strekal. 




Ski Club Officers (L to R): Ken Rowe, Vice-President; Mike Harris, Sec 
retary, Jeff Papclko, President. 




SKI CLUB 



Late fall converts a huge portion of 
the student body into a collection of 
ardent weather watchers. Depending 
on the condition of the snow, the 
fledgling skiers alternate between wild 
elation and dark reproach. Dick God- 
dard's weather report replaces "Bo- 
nanza" as their favorite program un- 
til at least a foot of good hard snow 
covers ail of Mt. Chalet, and Satur- 
day morning's excursion Is assured. 



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Folk Club (L to R) Row 1: Sherry Salisbury, Cynthia Jerabek, Dave Bros, Craig Stenger. Row 2: Amy Picciano, Chip Roberts, Sue Albrecht, Cheryl Large, Gail 
Herghton, Karyn Lingenfelter, Ginny Sames, Hilary Hunn, Jan Brooks, Lin Emmert, Eileen Biederman, Phyllis Piper. Row 3; Mr. Backos, Kothy Callahan, Sandy 
Hall, Gail Booth, Karen Weseli, Nancy Linsley, Deborah Wallace Cordon, Barbara Kruger, Kathy Marten, Ralph Kirchener, Dan Watkins, Russ Johnson, Ken 
Kucharski, Ron Carpenter, Tim Tryon, John Burns, Ernie Krysty. 



Folk Club Officers (L to R): Sherry Salisbury, Secretary; Kothy Collahan, Treasurer 
Tim Tryon, President; Ken Kucharski, Vice-President. 



FOLK CLUB 

Students with a high degree of in- 
terest in folk lore and folk songs find 
the newly formed Folk Club appealing. 
The club sings a folk song, then ex- 
plores its origin. A meeting consists of 
strummed guitars, a history lesson, 
and strained vocal chords. 




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SPIRITS CLUB 

The mighty paper clip badges 
reigned supreme as Euclid's spirit-mak- 
ers filtered through the student ranks 
with enthusiasm in tow. Theirs was a 
Pied Piper's battle cry, and like effer- 
vescent newsboys, they distributed dec- 
orative literature suggesting such vic- 
tory tactics as "KILL." Sprite and 
sparkling on Fridays, "secret" for the 
rest of the week, the Spirits Club con- 
tinued to be the mainstay of our "blue 
and gold." 



SPECTRUM 

Those who shun clubs with specific 
purposes often find refuge under the 
glittering generalities of the Spectrum 
Club. No one can dispute the broad ap- 
peal of its purpose: to provide creative, 
fanciful, and healthful fun. Beginning 
with the annual Halloween masquer- 
ade, the year's activities are left to the 
caprice of the club members. 

Spirits Club (L to R) Row 1: Diane Dular. Row 2: Denny Matko, Karen Henderson, Maureen Day, 
Norma Smith, Kathy Vernon. Row 3: Miss Sandra Driscoll (advisor), Betty Johnson, Dove Robb, Sue 
Cochran, Char Hildebrand. Row 4: Marsha Hodakievic, Holly Lucas, Barb Bernlohr, Sandy Borker, 
Craig Boehike, Nick Perencevich, Bob Linsz, Molly Lowry, Mary Klosky, Sue Warner. Row S: Eric 
Hertfelder, Tanyo Kokal, Beth Knox, Andi Daskivich, Rick Everstine, Connie Montey, Jane Stahl. 
Row 6: Sharon Thomas, Dave Wilder, Marty Lybarger, Barb Bohinc, Bill Millar, Marie Tancredi, 
Sandy Deere, Merge Reynolds. Row 7: Dale Gregorin, Jan Brazalovics, Dale Glick, Debbie Brown. 

Spectrum (L to R) Row 1: Cynthia Jerabek, Vice-President; Mary Lou Covan, President; Jon Molchok, Barb Zmijewski, Char Snoble, Kathy Fugino, Sherry Salis- 
bury, Debbie Wallace, Diane Gershow. Row 2: Goyle Wilson, Joyce Chisholn, Gwen Roberts, Roberta McKenzie, Sue Boker, Mary Wince, Sandy Gfeller, Connie 
Montey, Kathy Hunter, Cheryl Brown, Karen Weseli, Barb Word, Jane Musick, Sandy Barker, Beth Knox, Carol Diehl, Lynn Humphrey, Laurie Harris, Carol 
Wojcik, Barb Eglin, Darlene Upovec, Sharyn Harrison. Row 3: Sonja Skrij, Donita Cameron, Judy Springer, Sheila Pierce, Stephanie Cardullias, Robin Alexander, 
Pat Buzikowski, Jan Nainiger, Connie Bretton, Frank Purk, Tom Barnhort, Mary Lou Strekol, Sue Cochran, Kingsley Guy, Laurie Schlegel, Kathy Skonier, 
Kathy Enright, Dave Swaddell. Row 4: Hilary Hunn, Nancy Lehman, Geri Dougherty, Wayne Wiblin, Kathy Dragolich, Bonnie McArthur, Jean March, Sally Beutell, 
Don DiSantis, Patt Drake, Barb Riebe, Wayne Gould, Audrey Gudaitis, Joan Reiter, Jan Brooks. 




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Nationor Honor Society Row 1 (L to R): Kothie Luckay, Cheryl Wood, Sandy Deere, Maureen Day, Judy Springer, Beth Knox, Jane Stahl, Linda Price, Mory Lou 
Cavan, Alice Love, Connie Wotrmg, Karen Di Bianco. Row 2: Sandy Gfeller, Karen Weseli, Sue Baker, Jan Molchak, Carole Jelenic, Amy Picciano, Sheila 
Pierce, Cheryl Brown, Carol Diehl, Cynthio Jerobek, Arlene Snitzky, Marilyn Ogrinc, Mory Klosky, Row 3: Thorn Frolich, Andi Daskivich, Jan Heinlein, Lindo 
Watson, Babs Bessire, Ellen Fike, Denise Ray, Anita Coblitz, Betty Preston, Martha Schworz, Diane Stocker, Jan Hribor, Jon Brooks, Martin Francis, Richard Ker- 
shaw. Row 4: Mary Lou Strekal, Kathy Kolmorgen, Elaine Gibson, Bill Hagstrand, Patti Beemon, Kothy Courter, Sharon Evans, Linda Palmer, Susan Gulich, Sandy 
Carpenter, Nancy Delost, Hilary Hunn, Lani Prileson, Joyce Yerty, Mary Lyn Terchek, Connie Bretton, Kris Carter, Ken De Loot. Row 5: Dave Wilber, Ken 
Rosenthal, Dave Krol, Jim Kurrent, Al Gutierrez, Ed Zovack, Bill Renninger, Al Yacas, Wayne Rohricht, Chris Broden, Col Packard, Tom Kirchner, Paul Bright, 
Ray Frank, Scott Winsor, Bill Miller, Craig Boehlke. Not Present: Terry Fritch, Jim Leppert, Jeff Fryer, Kothie Butt. 



National Honor Society Row 1 (L to R): Celeste Andrews, Kothy Bendo, Pat Weber, Marilyn Surtz, Noreen Cavan, Peggy Wittenmyer, Dinah Tannenbaum, Jane 
Horvot, Barb Haddad, Barb Bohinc, Judy Whitney, Ginny Yapel, Judy Rohrer. Row 2: Barb Kruger, Rosanne Madeja, Dorlene Lipovec, Marie Tancredi,' Barb 
Noson, Betsy Gaydos, Lynda Gulich, Darlene Gortz, Morgaret Nielsen, Diane Frank, Sharon Gerl, Tanya Kokal, Sheryl dicker. Row 3: George Reink'oester 
Vrone Kovic, Bill Millar, Cecile Rinaldi, Barb Chudzik, Marsho Dunker, Trudy Tolar, Mike Harris, Carol Wojcik, Jean Schultz, Ellie Vincent, Jan Tuckerman' 
Row 4: Chuck Cox, Tom Hollowoy, Pot Gingell, Carol Frank, Jill Haddock, Don Reider, Barb Bernlohr, Ginny Novinc, Joyce Yanchar, Steve Bayer Bill Cath- 
cart. Barb Zele. 





NATIONAL 

HONORY SOCIETY 

An hour passes as the N.H.S. secre- 
tary's low and steady voice reads a 
scroll of new inductees. The roll is 
called; the candles are lit; the pins 
are nervously fastened. Solemnity sur- 
rounds the initiation of N.H.S. mem- 
bers, occasionally interrupted by an 
ecstatic giggle, a surprised shriek, or 
a sigh of relief. Realizing that recog- 
nition is a small but necessary part 
of honor, N.H.S. accords membership 
to outstanding students of the junior 
and senior classes. Personal character, 
leadership ability, scholastic achieve- 
ment, and service are prerequisites for 
the acquisition of that highly regarded 
gold pin. 



Notional Honor Society Officers Row 1 (L to R): Eric Hertfelder, President; Nora Piper, Secretar 
Row 2: Nicl< Perencevich, Vice-President; Denny Cebul, Treasurer. 



Notional Honor Society Row 1 (L to R): 5ue Perl<o, Gail Gulbenl<ian, Sandy Barl<er, Sue Warner, Cliar Hilde- 
brand, Holly Lucas, Lynn Humphrey, Gayle Wilson. Row 2: Marge Reynolds, Sonja Skrij, Connie Mantey, Barb 
Ward, Joyce Wichert, Donna Waterwash, Barb Baicer, Sue Stanley, Sue Cociiran. Row 3: Kathy Emmert, Jane 
Holloway, Cheryl Cradis, Joon Pureber, Kathy Hunter, Molly Lowry, Cheryl Steigauf, Cherie Bartos, Steve Bornett. 
Row 4: John Lehr, Harvey Goertz, Richard Courtney, Bob Warzin, Nicl< Perencevich, Gary Ely, Eric Hertfelder, 
Dave Swaddell, Tom Halbedel, Chuck Mallue, Rick Baldini, Denny Cebul. 



Noro Piper reveals the secret of the N.H.S. 
scroll. 




LETTERMEN'S CLUB 

Being a letterman glorifies physical 
talents. Being in Lettermen's Club re- 
quires something more than physical 
prowess. It requires a desire to serve, 
a desire to participate in activities 
beneficial to the school and athletic 
department. 



NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 

Rising at 4 a.m., the speaker boards a station 
wagon. The only coherent idea emerging from his 
mind is the thought of the balance of points needed 
for the coveted N.F.L. pin. Soon the incoherence 
of early morning is replaced by an enthusiasm for 
forensic activity. The day fills with new trophies, 
disappointments, and important experiences in 
mental organization and poise. 




Lettermen's Club Row 1 (L to R): John Banner, AI Gutierrez, Tom Schultheis Ken Miller, Jack Ambrose, Rondy Jordan, Joe Setina, Ron DiSantis. 
Row 2: Ed Zovock, Mike Kopach, Denny Lefond, Dave McKee, Jerry Bensi, Dan Hoffman, Tom Meros, Sfeve Zdara, Jim Moore Row 3: Nick 
Perencevich, Roscoe Kelley, Denny Matko, Howie Price, Bob Plescia, Dove Welsh, Dave Banner, Kim Kimberly, Roily Ycnchor Row 4: Doug Stouf, 
Bob Snaidar, Greg Goodyear, Jeff Kish, Don Lucci, Tony lacofano, Tom Theis, Don Miller. 

National Forensic League Row 1 (L to R): Barb Zele, Joyce Wichert, Deb Wallace, Sandy Barker, Cheri Steigauf, Amy Picciano, Maureen Trotto, Carol Diehl. 
Row 2: Jamie Rose, AI Sinkovic, Roy Larick, Harvey Rubin, Bob Rose, Bill Renninger, Eileen Arnold, Carol Wojcik, Judy Gasper, Anita Coblitz. 




INTERNATIONAL 
QUILL AND SCROLL 



The I.Q.S. induction is a moment of reconciliation 
as well OS recognition. Normally feuding publications 
gather amiably, agreeing that probably all that is 
"Survey-ed is true," speculating that perhaps Euclid- 
ian will again be "glorious," and accepting the poetry 
and "love" offered by Eucuyo. In this felicitous atmos- 
phere, newly-inducted students receive small gold pins 
and membership to an organization that honors all 
phases of high school literary achievement. 





1 (L to R): Molly Lowry, Sonja Skrl|, Jon Tuckerman 
Gulbenkian, Chuck Mallue, Debbie Brown. 



Jon Scrlbner, Noreen 



Eueuyo I.Q.S. Row 1 (L to R): Pat Weber, Vol Kust, 
Tannenbaum. Row 2: Deb Wallace, Kingsley Guy. 



Survey I.Q.S. Row 1 (L to R): Cheryl Brown, Barbette Davidson, Peggy Wlttenmyer, Carrie Rotzman. Row 2: Linda Tiffany, Darlene Lipovec, Eileen Arnold, Cheri 
Bartos, Marilyn Surtz, Judy Emmert, Judy Eichberger. Row 3; Bill Renninger, Nick Perencevich, Kathy Fugino, Anne Zupancic, Deb Wallace, Jone Holloway, 
Tom Holbedel, Tom Holloway. 




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EUCUYO 

They still accepted vague, sym- 
bolic poetry. They still printed every 
angry young man's verse, the rhyme 
of the many individuals that follow 
the unpunctuated line of e. e. cum- 
mings. However, this year's Eucuyo 
went on 8V2" x 11" paper, making 
more space for the original literature 
of the school — and the Eucuyo staff. 



SENIOR SCANDAL 

Each year, the infamous and absurd 
of the senior class are collected and 
mimeographed to form the Senior 
Scandal, a stapled volume of sophisti- 
cated gossip. This exclusive publica- 
tion not only predicts the future, but 
also brings to mind the gay and 
sometimes embarrassing escapades of 
yesteryear. Girls who would rather for- 
get the days of bobby socks and pig- 
tails wince at grade school pictures, 
while some unsuspecting victim dis- 
covers he has the largest feet in Euclid 
High. 




Well, honey, I think I'll be toller than you if I put my coot on. 



164 




Eucuyo Row 1 {L to R): Jim Guinter, Dave Lieberworth, Barb Kruger, Kingsley Guy, Editor, Deb Wallace, Sherry Salisbury, Carol Rasmussen, Marge 
Czaplicki, Val Kust. Row 2: Phyllis Sweigert, Quentin Stout, Cathy Straughon, Jon Hribar, John Crawford, Sponsor Mrs. Joan Duprey, Sandy Gfeller, 
Ken De Laat. 



Senior Scandal Row 1 (L to R): Cheryl Tucci, Sandy Deere, Cheryl Brown, Beth Knox, Karen Di Bianco, Carol Diehl, Tony Iccofano. Row 2: Jim Miller, Mary Lou 
Strekal, Jean Petkovsek, Kris Carter, Kothy Butt, Jan Heinlein, Linn Conley, Sue Coddington, Bobs Bessire, Kingsley Guy, Jane Musick, Linda Prrce, Dave Wilder. 
Row 3: Al Gutierrez, Dove Krai, Tom Zimmermen, Connie Bretton, Joyce Yerty, Bill Hagstrand, Editor; Michele Kmet, Diane Stocker, Oily Koger. 





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Survey Reporters Row 1 {L to R): Andi Daskivich, Lindo Crockett, Kothy Fugina. Row 2: Carol Wojcik, Barb Eglin, 
Holloway, Kathy Courter, Bill Hagstrand. 



ent, Barb Nason. Row 3: Tom 



SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF 

The Survey staff is the most ostentatious of publica- 
tions staffs at Euclid. It is a well-known fact thot the 
Survey office has become a sanctuary for frustrated in- 
terior decorators. With apparent indifference the staff 
sports the dream of every other publication group, a huge 
window. One cannot help but hove a vague idea that 
the newspaper staff deserves this luxury. One might ration- 
alize that the quality of the school newspaper is responsi- 
ble in part for this good fortune. Someone is absolutely 
correct. The Survey won the Ail-American and the Ameri- 
cana awards. And so as the sunlight streaming in through 
the window dims with the late hours, surrounded by warm 
fellowship and pop art, the '65 Survey staff prepares for 
another bi-weekly deadline. 



Eileen Arnold and Cherle Bartos, Survey Co-Editors, supervise their 
staff from the outside. 





"All right you guys, I'm taking over. This strobe is actually a disintegrating gun. 



Survey Editorial Staff Row 1 (L to R): Cherie Bartos, Co-Editor; Sponsor Mr. Granville Smith, Eileen Arnold, Co-Editor. Row 2: Connie Mantey, Jane Holloway, 
Debbie Wallace, Cheryl Brown, Marilyn Surtz, Darlene Lipovec, Carol Diehl. Row 3: Carrie Ratzman, Nick Perencevich, Tom Halbedel, Dave Swoddell, Anne 
Zuponcic, Sandy Barker, Sue Smith. 





'Well, I'll tell ya; I got the recipe from an old Egyptian papyrus." 
A delicious trodition — the Survey cake 




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Survey Business Stoff Row 1 (L to R): Sue Warner, Donna Moretti, Kothy Emmert. Row 2: Sp< 
Preston, Elaine Zakrajsek, Sue Perko, Kathy Butt, Kris Carter, Gail Neithercott. Row 3: Kore 
Beth Knox, Ken Rowe, Linda Tiffany, Jim Miller, Judy Emmert, Jan Wolfenberg, Dave Wilder 



Edmund Mize; 
Judy Eichberger 



Sue Lohrey, Peggy Wittenmyer, Betty 
Barbette Davidson, Karen MacDonald, 



SURVEY 
BUSINESS STAFF 

Selling and distributing newspapers 
comprise the primary tasks of the Sur- 
vey Business Staff. The year opens with 
a difficult and limited selling period. 
After this period has ended, the dis- 
tributing schedule allows the staff to 
find time for non-Survey activities. 
These include sponsorship of the All- 
School Party and publication of the 
football and basketball programs. 



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Advisors: Mrs. Nancy Taubman, Mr. Ronald Markwell. Assistant Editors: 
Jan Tuckerman, Steve Bayer. Editor-in-chief: Gail Gulbenkian. 





Photo Staff: Chris Nemeth, Rich Courtney, Larry Kemper, Ray Frank, Tanya 
Kokal, Marge Reynolds. 



Editors: Sonja Skrlj, Gail Gulbenkian, Molly Lowry, John Lehr, Marge Reynolds. 



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Identification Staff: Molly Lowry, Gayle Wilson, Sharon Gerl, Carol Frank. 




EUCLIDIAN 
BUSINESS STAFF 

The activity of the Euclidian Busi- 
ness Staff centers around a tipsy cabi- 
net of varnished pigeonholes, ill-fitting 
doors, and marking tape found in an 
office corner. Here lie the threads of 
communication that span split sched- 
ules and attacks of flu with scrawled 
messages and forgotten phone calls. 
The system is efficient but delicate. 
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it's hinges entirely and a lost name 
tag can mean a job undone. The 
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Euclidian Business Stoff (L to R): Chuck Mallue, Busir 



Manager; Paul Bright, Sue Cochran, Mary Lou Strekal. 




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Euclidian Business Staff (L to R): Sue Baker, Shoron McGill, Betsy Goydos, Loretfa Henikman, Karen Weseli. 



Euclidian Business Staff (L to R): Peg Hocevor, Art Yerty, Euclidian Business Staff (L to R); Barb Zele, Ginny Yopel, 

Joyce Yerty. Dawn Jackson, Jan Schneider. 





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With his mind man advances 
civilization. With his body man 
advances himself individually, 
raising an ideal for all men. Con- 
trasting sharply to the artificiality 
of equations and words, the signs 
of mental progress, the signs of 
physical progress are expressions 
familiar to anyone. The grimace 
of a wrestler, the intent gaze of a 
player making a foul shot, the 
taut features of a runner catch- 
ing a sharp breath all express 
hope for achievement and devo- 
tion to a goal. Work must begin 
every climb to an ideal. The 
athlete builds the steps to his 
goal on a solid foundation: steady 
practice. 

During the desolate, "after- 
school" period from four to six o'- 
clock, the runner jogs a'':^^-"- '"^''e 
barren corridors, the 
muffled "bomps" of ^ ;■ : 
ting tennis bails rise :: 5 

semi-silence of Memor; 
the football playeryells to >.. ..,,^../- 
mate, throws a pass and turns his 
head to look beyond the trees at 
the houses, their windows yellow- 
ing with light as evening ap- 
proaches. 

Hard work is not an end in itself, 
however. Nothing is truly achieved 
without satisfaction, for satisfac- 
tion defines the level of achieve- 
ment. A touchdown, a basket, a 
pin, a race won, a record broken 
are all accompanied by satisfac- 
tion and reward. Each grimace, 
each frown is complemented by a 
smile or a calm look of pride when 
the goal is finolly reached. 



177 










Vorsity Footboll (L to R) Row 1: Ken Thomas, Rick Everstine, Dale Gregorin, Howie 
Ehinger, Denny Matko, Tom Ullom, Frank Sojovic, Nick Perencevich, Buz Tekancic. 
Mike Corrigan, Dale Garns, Randy Jordan, Lou Lorenzi, Kenny Korr, Bob Gale, Jeff 
Gary Wohlgemuth, Bob Plescio, Dave Welsh, Ron Fowler, Rollin Yanchor, Bill Yancha 
Jerry Bensi, Dan Hoffman, Bill James. Seoted: John McRedmond, Jim Beron. 



Price, Steve Watson, Rick Subel, Co-captain; Jim Miller, Co-captain; Randy 

Row 2: Bill Fier, Ed Fitzgerald, Bill Johnson, Paul Beckwith, Glenn Tewell, 

Hoinski, Gary Smith, Wayne Kukia, Dave Benner. Row 3: Tom Doyle, 

Jerry Kirchner, Dave Holcombe, Fred Dugach, Tom Kirchner, Don Miller, 



Coach Milton Kadlec, Coach Aloysius Galicki, Coach Edward Tekieli, Head Coach Donald Mohr 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 



The Panthers lost their opening 
gome to rival St. Joe, then picked up 
momentum, led the L.E.L. in the bat- 
tle for first place, and with the crown 
on their fingertips, they felt it slip 
away at Valley Forge. There, as the 
game progressed, they took the lead, 
but lost it and the game and the 
crown. 

The season was finished. Spit on the 
ground, kick the dirt, and try to forget. 

Statistically, we outplayed even 
those teams which outscored us. An 
uninjured end or lineman could hove 
made the difference, but . . . 




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VARSITY 



FOOTBALL SCORES 



Euclid 8 

Euclid 27 

Euclid 18 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 27 

Euclid 42 

Euclid 8 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 12 

Euclid 8 



St. Joseph 12 

Collinwood 7 

Garfield Heights . 

Lakewood 6 

Parma 

Cleveland Heights 

Shaw 16 

Shaker 12 

Brush 8 

Valley Forge 14 



Wins 7 Losses 3 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 



FOOTBALL 



Rebounding from a slow start, the 
kittens defeated three out of their last 
four opponents to end the season on 
a note of optimism. Although the sea- 
son had produced many disappoint- 
ments, its real measure of success 
could not be found in the won-lost col- 
umn. Most important than the statis- 
tics was the precision and perseverance 
which insured victorious varsity years. 




J.V. Football Coptoins (L to R): Jack Farrill, John Speck, Bob Eder 



J.V. Football Award Winners (L to R): John Speck, Steve Kirk, Bob Eder, Andy Kytle, Roy Powell, Rich Piscopo. 




182 




J. V. Football (L to R) Row 1: Andy Kytle, Tom Seddon, Jeremy Ritzu, Randy Scott, John Speck, Jack Farrill, Ken Frok, Rich Klemenc, Rich Piscopo, Jim Sch- 
wabauer. Row 2: Randy Wohlgemuth, Roy Powell, Larry Hohn, Nick Zodnik, Bob Malnor, John Sullivan, Ron Heinlein, Dick Kolesar, Greg Lopez. Row 3: Dan 
Kosanovlch, Mike Mastic, Tom Omajev, Mike Cinalli, Denny Germovsek, Bill Clemence, Louis Mavrica, Steve Kirk, Tom Miller. Row 4: Bruce Hoppert, Bob Troop, 
Ron Velecheck, Nick Juranko, Ron Bock, Chuck McCracken, Bill Thomos, Jim Willett, Bill Rockwell. Row 5: Mark Springer, Jim Yager, Dave Wright, Rex 
Bendure, Tom McRedmond, Kirk Nicholson, Tony Zupancic, Joe Lovsin, Jim Pozor, Benny Jakuben. Row 6: Tom Lutz, John Tusoch, Jim Travarca, Jim Carmigiano, 
Joe Nichols, Rich Pietro, Gerry Albertsen, Jim Zoller. Row 7: Coach Ronald Lokar,, Coach Harold Daughtery, Coach David Tonski, Manager Mark Capretta, 
Manager John Schwabauer, Manager John Ruszin. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 
FOOTBALL SCORES 



Euclid 14 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 20 

Euclid 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 14 

Euclid 6 

Euclid 26 

Euclid 

Wins 4 



St. Joseph 24 

Collinwood 12 

Garfield Heights 20 

Lakewood 24 

Parma 8 

Cleveland Heights .22 

Shaw 

Shaker 

Brush 

Valley Forge 20 

Losses 6 



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Row 1 {L to R): Jan Filipovic, Chris Razum, Norma Smith, Karen Henderson, Sylvia Kosunic, Jane Stahl. Row 2: Jon Smeker, 
old, Elaine Gibson, Joan Pureber, Sharon Tucceri, Kathy Tyler. 



MAJORETTES 



Head Mojorettes (L to R): Norma Smith, Karen Henderson. 



Against the somber black of the 
marching band, the majorettes, studies 
in white satin, accent the half-time 
show. To the junior in row R, the whole 
performance seems effortless. He 
thinks the girls ore having as much 
fun as he is. Only the band members 
know that the smiles are mostly lip- 
stick around clenched teeth and that 
each fancy step represents a week of 
strained muscles and 7 a.m. awaken- 
ings. 



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Majorettes kick up a storm — of applause 




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Cross Country {L to R) Row 1: Rich Kaczur, Manager; AI Tolway, Captain; Bob Zonar, Bill Dei, John Doherty, Tom Mercs, Jim Neidermeyer, Bob Radwanick. 
Row 2: Greg Pike, Ken Lucci, Tom Walter, Dave McKee, Jeff Kish, Gordon Kimberly, Don Lucci, Larry Evans, Ed Zovock, Mike Kopach, Greg Goodyear. Row 3: 
Tom Barnhart, Tom Halbedel, Bill Renninger, Rich Graham, Paul Hauser, Harold Graham, AI Tegel, AI Pillar, Pete Goulis, Ken Mance. Row 4: Tom Bernlohr, Jim 
Lewis, Val Miklausrch, Ray Sweigert, Bill Losee, Bob Lucci, Terry Fritch, Lenny Lange, Steve Zdara, Tom Zimmerman. Row 5: Jim Campbell, Tony Rattini, Ron 
Berlan, Jerry Kish, Tom Moore, Jeff Fryer, Jerry Rudd, AI Strohen, Bill Gauagher, Not present for picture: John Ambrose, Bill Hagstrand, Jim Leppert, Tony 
Rossi, Rich Zawack. 



CROSS COUNTRY 



Amidst the bedlam — o surge of power and de- 
termination. 



OK, it's 4:00 — time to get out there 
and practice. Forget about the physics 
test tomorrow and just run. Run until 
miles of hard ground transform you in- 
to muscle and determination. Run until 
the finish line takes on a special sig- 
nificance of hard ground passed and 
goals ahead. Run until you con hear 
the competition in the sound of your 
feet, in the sound of your pace, and 
you know you're prepared: you know 
you can win. 




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Coach Ted Theodore, Captain Alan Tolway, Coach Dole Thompson. 




CROSS COUNTRY 
SCORES 

Euclid 38 

Euclid. 18 

Euclid 38 

Euclid 15 

Euclid 31 

Euclid 29 

Euclid 20 

Wins 4 



Lakewood 17 

Parma 44 

Cleveland Heights 19 

Shaw 50 

Shaker 25 

Brush 28 

Valley Forge 37 

Losses 3 



Euclid Relays 7th 
St. Joe Relays 6th 
District Meet 3rd 
L.E.L. Meet 6th 



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Indoor Track Team Row 1 (L to R): Larry Hann, John Keszenheimer, Jim Moore, Walt Bubley, Don Di Santis, Rick Koczur, Dan Hoffman. Row 2: Ron Bock, Tom 
Halbedel, Cal Packard, Mike Kopoch, Bob Gale, Bob Zonar, Bill Dei, Bill Losee, Row 3: Ray Sweigert, Rick Everstine, Ed Zovock, Steve Watson, Bob Lucci, John 
Ulstrom, Rich Zawack, Bob Warren. 



One motion, one goal 



TRACK SCORES 

Euclid 72 John Hay 20 

Euclid 59 Glenville 33 

Euclid 461/2 John Marshall 451/2 

Euclid 29 East Tech 62 

Euclid 86 South 6 

Euclid 80 Chanel 11 

Euclid 72 Collinwood 20 

Season incomplete at time of printing. 




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A fast moving tangle of orms and legs 



TRACK 

During the winter months, the track 
team exchanges cinders for waxed 
tile floors and asphalt. Running inside 
with the smells of wintergreen and 
sweat trapped in the air may not be 
OS thrilling as racing in a fresh breeze. 
However, by moving indoors, the team 
at least gets closer to the student body. 
Students who would never think of 
attending a track meet watch one as 
they pass through the halls, or, kept 
from their lockers by the hurdles, be- 
come compulsive observers. 



Indoor Track Row 1 (L to R): Ron Di Santis, Joe Lorek, Jim Rose, Jerry Kish, Don Rolla. Row 2: Greg Sattfer, Leo Smith, Steve Zdoro, Ray Petro, John Reese, 
John Kelley, Roy Pavlik. Row 3: Brian Ross, Bob Schneider, Tony lacofano, Don Miller, Dove Schaser, Roger Sheppord, Don Rieder. 



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Vorsity Tennis Row 1 (L to R): Fred Mills, Bill Vadnal. Row 2: Ken Vandeveer, Ken Rosenthal, Jim Guinfer, Coach Herbert Mold. Row 3: Denni; 
Lefond, Glenn Forsythe, Al Yacos, George Martinsen, Al Smith. 



J.V. Tennis Row 1 (L to R): Mike Boyce, Marty Frank, Roily Brown. Row 2: Coach Richard Rakovan, Mike Vandeveer, Lorry Grigsby, Jim Kii 
Row 3: Ed Racich, John Crawford, Mike Fergus, John Huebner, Rick Holloway, Herb Anderson. 



Doug Horan. 




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Monomania! 



Bowling Row \ (L to R): Tom Wotnng, Sponsor R 
Row 2: Ken Colemon, Mark Smith, Ted Bending, 



3ld Harding, Vol Williams, Scott Caille 



TENNIS 

For all those interested in obtaining 
a lasting ton, tennis is the team to 
join. Anyone can learn to master the 
racket. The court awaits you! Come 
play the game and try your luck. All 
you need is muscle, determination, co- 
ordination, stamina and a willingness 
to work. Think of the benefits to be 
reaped! During the tension of compe- 
tition, you will feel alert; after your 
victory, you will feel proud. 



BOWLING 



Although bowling does not enjoy the 
popularity of a large school sport, it 
offers a unique challenge to the in- 
dividual. The bowler must learn to 
manipulate and control the ball by 
judging and balancing his own force. 
In the absence of a noisy crowd, the 
sounds of the action involved are in- 
tensified. Steady steps moving forward 
announce the ball's release, and 
rolling vibrations preceed the final 
collision. 



VARSITY TENNIS SCORES 



5 Lakewood 

4 Parma 1 

3 Heights 2 

5 Shaw 

2 Shaker 3 

2 Brush 3 

3 Valley Forge 2 

Wins 5 Losses 2 





The opponents hod to reach . . . 

VARSITY BASKETBALL 

Amidst a torrent of screaming, stomping, cheering 
and clapping, the Panthers push the ball down the 
court. The crowd as a whole is a huge organism burst- 
ing with excitement; but it serves as a machine for 
school spirit, not as a vehicle for individual expression. 
There, in the middle of the crowd, stands a girl with 
tangled hair and wide eyes, one arm raised to empha- 
size her cheers. She comes to the games regularly, 
like attending church. She knows nothing about 
basketball except that it's on indispensable emotional 
purgative. In the front row, with hands on knees, a 
boy energetically follows the ball, analyzing each 
move, mentally condemning or praising it. In another 
part of the crowd, a girl sits silently listening to the 
thunder as the buzzer announces another victory for 
Euclid. As the people around her rise to leave, she 
sits and wonders how the Lokewood fans feel about 
their defeat. 



VARSITY 



BASKETBALL SCORES 



and they did. 



29 Garfield Heights 28 

63 Brush 67 

70 Parma 60 

77 Lokewood 85 

68 Valley Forge 67 

57 Shaker 50 

50 St. Joseph 75 

59 Akron-Garfield 72 

95 Cleveland Heights 69 

69 Shaw 90 

78 Brush 73 

55 Parma 90 

79 Lokewood 78 
53 Valley Forge 62 
43 Newark 91 

64 Shaw 82 
Wins 7 Losses 9 






Al Yqcqs dunks if. 




Is it talent or glue? 



A coreful shot, a sure basket 



Varsity Basketball Row 1 (L to R): Wayne Dickheiser, Manager; Doug Sto 
Rattini, Manager. Row 2: Head Coach Harold Dougherty, Terry Fritch, Gordon 
Coach Ralph Wisniewski. Row 3: Tom McRedmond, Jim Lewis, Dan Palum 



Manager; George Martinson, Statistician; John Benner, Manager; Tony 
nberly, Tom Theis, George Vranekovic, Lenny Lange, Tom Bernlohr, Assistant 
, Glenn Forsythe, Don Woodruff, Gerry Gustie, Al Yacas. 




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Lake wood 




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Euclid . 


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Valley Forge 




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Shaker 




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Shaw 




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Brush 




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Parma 




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Lakewood 




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Shaw 
Losses 9 




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Pas de deux of the Kittens 



J. V. Bosketboll Row 1 (L to R): Randy Wohlgemuth, Bruce Hoppert, Al Piller, Vol Miklausich, Tom Horrigan, Roscoe Kelley. Row 2: Doug Bartholomew, Larry 
Crown, John Speck, Tom Omojeu, Ned Simpson, Mike Boyle, Jim Neidermeyer. 










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JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

Fans who come to cheer the varsity 
basketball team often find themselves 
shouting for the J.V. team. Serving as 
a preview to the Panthers, the Kittens 
welcome the support of these early 
fans. In this respect they are more 
fortunate than the other J.V. teams 
that must seek encouragement from 
their own shouts and the promise of 
filling the empty stands when grad- 
uated to varsity. 



CHEERLEADERS 
AND PANTHERS 

On the field, well-lit by huge matri- 
ces of bright lamps, a mass of bodies 
periodically bursts apart and crystal- 
izes again. Off the field, on block cin- 
ders, the bright-eyed, beaming high- 
priestesses of Euclid spirit chant in 
ritualistic formations. With jumping 
and hand clapping they conjure the 
spirit from the crowds and transfer its 
energy to the team. 




J. V. Football Cheerleaders (L to R) Row 1: Bonnie Thomas, Linda Balogh. Row 
2: Sue Muscenti, Cindy Theis, Dorothy Sustersic. 



J. V. Basketball Cheerleoders (L to R) Row 1: Cindy Theis. Row 2: Potty Rock, 
Sandy Cochran. Row 3: Sandy Schervish, Linda Balogh, Sue Muscenti. 





Vorsity Cheerleaders (L to R): Sue Struna, Holly Lucos, Sharon Tharp, Marsha Hodakievic, Cecile Rinaldi, Darlene Gortz. 



Varsity Substitute Cheerleoders (L to R): Barb Bohinc, Linn Conley. Pantliers (L to R): Judy Springer, Oralee Tyler, Sandy Coble, Nancy Volince. 





An alert reaction, a smooth relay 



"I'll do anything for a drink. 



VARSITY SWIMMING 

Swim practice converts a placid and 
glistening pool of water into a churn- 
ing maelstrom filled with bodies strain- 
ing and splashing speed, stroke, and 
diving form to perfection. These long 
hours of practice entitle the swimmers 
to certain privileges; victory and a 
chance to dunk Coach Resch. 




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Row 1 (L to R): Ray Preztok, Mike Van Deveer 
Barker, Tony Roberts, Todd Winder. 



George Carter, Jack Strunk, Ken Miller, Neol Wade, Bob Henikmon. Row 2: Ken Van Deveer, 



A flying start to victory 




f^" ' VARSITY 

SWIMMING SCORES 



Euclid 32 

Euclid 55 

Euclid 54 

Euclid 46 

Euclid 43 

Euclid 24 

Euclid 38 

Euclid 58 

Euclid 65 

Euclid 34 

Euclid 34 

Euclid 51 

Euclid 46 

Euclid 43 

Euclid 44 

Euclid 44 

Wins 5 

Euclid 



Cleveland Heights 63 

Brush 40 

Gilmour 40 

Lakewood 49 

Shaker 52 

Cleveland Heights 71 

Berea 46 

Shaw 40 

Brush 30 

University 61 

Western Reserve 61 

Lakewood 44 

Midpark 49 

Fairview 52 

Shaker 51 

Shaw 52 

Losses 1 1 
Relays 2nd 



JUNIOR VARSSTY 

SWtMMING SCORES 

Euclid 73 Brush 13 

Euclid 32 Cleveland Heights .63 

Euclid 15 Berea 80 

Euclid 55 Shaw 24 

Enclid 15 Western Reserve 62 

Euclid 24 Lakewood 71 

Euclid 28 Midpark 49 

Euclid 27 Fairview 67 

Euclid 19 Shaker 70 

Euclid 37 Cleveland Heights 55 

Euclid 47 Shaw 48 

Wins 2 Losses 1 1 




At the starting blocks 



Ken Vandeveer tucks for forward 



and reverse one-and-a-halfs. 





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J. V. Swim Team Row 1 (L to R): Pot Meighan, Joe Trunkcly, John Ruszin, Ken Mantey, Tom Renninger, Larry Cotton, Steve Heben. Row 2: Rich Preztak, Paul 
Libby, Mike Tusoch, Dennis Reinke, Alan Castanien, 



Meonwhile back at the starting blocks 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
SWIMMING 

Swimmers come with varying abili- 
ties and in all sizes — adult Olympian 
to four-year-old wading star. Some- 
where in between, floating merrily 
along, comes the J.V, swimmer. Not 
yet a strong enough swimmer for 
varsity, he may be experiencing his 
first attempts at competitive swim- 
ming. A quick glance at the record af- 
firms this assumption; yet, this year 
has not been wasted. The skills ac- 
quired here will be put to proper use 
for a varsity swimmer. 



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VARSrTY WRESTLING 

Sixty minutes to an hour, twenty- 
four hours to day, seven days within 
a week — basic standards of time to 
most students at Euclid. To a few, 
however, these words form vague ab- 
stractions; their weeks ore measured 
in meals skipped, their days in miles 
run, and their hours in six minute 
bursts of strength and concentration. 
Physical output and endurance be- 
come the maxims of a varsity wrestler. 




Coach Eckert displays fine form with his own brand of cheerleading. 



Vorsity Wrestling Row 1 (L to R): Rich Marts, Bill Lango, Tom Baur, Rich Piscopo, Pete Goulis, Jeff Fryer. Row 2: Jirn Miller, Bill Cathcart, Jo 
Jordan, Jim Campbell, Mike Thayer, Jack Ambrose. Row 3: Glenn Tewell, Al Tolchinsky, Ken Statz, Mike Lavigna, Jerry Kirchner, Bob Linsz. 




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VARSITY 
WRESTLING SCORES 



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24 Garfield Heights 13 

18 Eastlake North 21 

37 Huron 6 

23 St. Joseph 14 

21 Brush 16 

18 Parma 17 

27 Lakewood 6 

1 1 Valley Forge 25 

21 Shaker 19 

19 Mayfield 25 

36 Shaw 8 

20 Cleveland Heights 18 

Wins 9 Losses 3 




It doesn't always pay to be on top. A grotesque en-tango-ment 

Wrestling is a sport you can sink your teeth into 



And away we go 




"Like this, cooch?' 



206 





Muscles taut — nerves tense 



"Whaddayo mean I've got the wrong guy?' 




207 




Tense seconds when strength is concentrated in the hold Intense struggle expressed in tight design 



Straining for balance and control at the edge of the mat 



JUNIOR VARSITY 
WRESTLING SCORES 



Euclid 


28 


Euclid 


23 


Euclid 


45 


Euclid 


30 


Euclid 


40 


Euclid 


21 


Euclid 


25 


Euclid 


11 


Euclid 


19 


Euclid 


19 


Euclid 


19 


Euclid 


20 




Wins 7 



Garfield Heights 9 

Eastlake 12 

Huron 6 

St. Joseph 11 

Brush 8 

Parma 24 

Lake wood 13 

Valley Forge 27 

Shaker 21 

Mayfield 21 

Shaw 20 

Cleveland Heights 18 
Losses 5 



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J. V. Wrestling Row 1 (L to R): Bob Houry, Bob Rexrode, Denny Kleinhenz, Don Perry, Pete Goulis, Rich Piscopo, Steve Fox, Jeff Watson. Row 2: Bob Schmidt, 
Manager; Jim Schwabaur, Jack Farrill, Jeff May, Jim Travarca, Slain Daugherty, Roy Powell, Tom Seddon, Lou Mavrich, Al Sinkovic, Coach William De Mora. 



Wait! Don't sit down. There's no choir! Kirchner takes down his man. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
WRESTLING 

A J.V. anything always conjures up 
the image of someone quite small, not 
yet physically developed. Those who 
have in mind such on image would be 
horribly shocked to see the heavy- 
weight on the J.V. wrestling team. This 
young wrestler carries around 225 
pounds, a rather formidable task. The 
other J.V.'s are also full-sized. The 
quality they lack can only be acquired 
through experience, and that quality 
is experience. 



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210 




211 




212 





We live in an age in which each 
hour, is alloted, consecrated; to 
use it for something other than 
planned is almost sacreligious. 
Thus, blessed is the time when a 
test is cancelled, when the boss 
says to go home early, or when 
snow blocks the way to school. 
Relaxation lurks just within one's 
grasp, like the cookies on the top 
shelf. But suddenly . . . "Yes! He 
asked me to the dance - have to 
go shopping . . . oh, yeah. Swim 
Club tryouts . . . see you Friday 



Anticipation often consumes more 
time than on actual event, as an 
already busy person becomes 
bothered with extra details and 
sometimes annoying "butter- 
flies." But all the tension-all the 
rushing-seems necessary food for 
the spirit. Man is not content just 
to eat, sleep, and walk around. He 
seeks activity to provide colorful 
variation from his routine. What 
is in the human nature to imitate 
has to be satisfied; hense, play try- 
outs loom as exciting obstacles to 
be overcome. Likewise, that which 
stimulates laughter cannot be 
stifled, it finds an outlet at 
a party, a basketball game, or in 
a race to the bus stop. It devours 
a banana split, thrives amidst con- 
fetti, and lingers in the mind like 
the last strains of a folk song. For 
some, this activity means fulfill- 
ment or perhaps companionship; 
others call it a release and spell it 



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HOMECOMING 

Homecoming begins in September 
with flurry of expectations and com- 
mittee meetings, in the minds of stu- 
dent council members it quietly grows 
— a date, a time, a theme, some dec- 
orations — until suddenly it bursts 
into a rash of posters and shopping 
and saving on lunch money. Girls as- 
sume a desperate smile as they wonder 
when he'll finally ask, and boys begin 
to ease their fathers into parting with 
the cor. With excited erraticism the 
night approaches, and then in a flash 
of "Black Magic" it is gone, leaving 
only memories, withered flowers, and 
crumbling decorations. 



■ the noise and warm spirit of the bonfire 




Homecoming — Euclid's pride during the half-time performance 





the magic of music for ^wo people 



— an A-O.K. smile 



a queen and her escort 
— and a pretty girl 







Sue Struna, 1964 Homecoming Queen. 



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Kothy Jelenic, Second Senior Attendant 



Noncy Kane, Sophomore Attendant. 



Down Tetrick, First Senior Attendant. 




Cindy Piller, Junior Attendant. 




AH WILDERNESS! 

Through Ah Wilderness!, Eugene 
O'Neill took a nostalgic look into the 
past as it should have been. The 
warmth and humor of this play, his 
only comedy, contrasted uncomforta- 
bly to the painful anomaly of his own 
life. The Millers replaced memories of 
his own family, and scenes such as 
the Muriel-Richard love scene gave 
him the innocent, awkward preludes to 
adult life that he never had. The 
warmth and nostalgia of Ah Wilder- 
ness! shall be long remembered. 




Red rover, red rover 



Don't you really think you should use a straw? 



CAST: AH WILDERNESS 

TOMMY MILLER ROLLY BROWN 

MILDRED MILLER CELESTE ANDREWS 

ARTHUR MILLER DAVE WILDER 

ESSIE MILLER MAUREEN TROTTO 

LILY MILLER SUE SMITH 

NAT MILLER JIM DEVNEY 

SID DAVIS BOB LEGGATE 

RICHARD MILLER JOHN LEHR 

MR. McCOMBER LOU ROGALINER 

NORAH PAT GRIFFIN 

WINT AL KOSTREBA 

BELLE NANCY PATRICK 

BARTENDER KEN KUCHARSKI 

SALESMAN JERRY SUHAR 

MURIEL McCOMBER DIANE FRANK 




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CAST: THURBER CARNIVAL 



LOUIS ROGALINER 
CHERYL STEIGAUF 
KEN KUCHARSKI 
PAT MANN 
DONA HIDO 
JESSIE LONCALA 
QUAY PROCTER 
DAVE ONDERDONK 
NANCY PATRICK 



KAREN LINGENFELTER 

SUNDAY FRALEY 

KEN ROWE 

DOUG DONNER 

LAURIE EPPICH 

CHIP ROBERTS 

HARVEY RUBIN 

LARRY SHIRK 

SUSAN SHEMKUNAS 

— PIANIST 



You want to morry me? Ha ha ha! 

Another heroic adventure in the secret life of Wolter Mitty 




THURBER'S CARNIVAL 

Walter Mitty's rusty bifurcated in- 
vertibrctor and an invisible unicorn 
lay stashed in a corner of the E-Room 
lodged behind a cardboard pop-art 
garden. Suddenly, through the direc- 
tion of Mr. Robuck and the practice 
of a handful of talented students, 
they became part of a sophisticated 
farce, Thurber's Carnival. The play 
explored two new dimensions of drama 
— one in humor and another in thea- 
ter presentation. The creative wit of 
Thurber achieved the first, and the 
theater-in-the-round accomplished the 
second. 




"Congrats, Linda!' 




A pretty Peggy 



The spotlight dance 




The court and their escorts 




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Honey, we could donee o little closer! 




WINTER FESTIVAL DANCE 

Transplanted from early February, the Winter 
Festival made its appearance in March as the Spring 
Sports Dance, filling the breech between Homecoming 
and the Junior Dance and Senior Prom. Once again 
Student Council got roped into sponsorship. They 
formed the decoration committee, which in turn cor- 
ralled a herd of cardboard horses. A merry-go-round 
of last minute activity, climaxed by the problem of 
hanging streamers without making holes in the plaster 
or marring the woodwork, converted the E-Room into 
a carousel. Polka-dotted pintos with tangled yarn 
manes pranced quietly at each column of the dance 
floor. 




And we paid $20 at Arthur Murray's for this? 



221 



Linda Ralls, First Senior Attendant. 
Karee Heighten, Sophomore Attendant. 





Molly Lowry, Second Senior Attendant. 
Peg Hocevar, Junior Attendant. 




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1965 Spring Sports Queen Margaret Molinaro. 




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FACULTY INDEX 



ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairmon; Kent 
State University; B.Sc , M.Ed. Baseboll Coach, Boys 
Intramural Director 117 

JOYCE ALEXANDER, Social Studies; Marquette Uni- 
versity, Kent State University; B.Ed. Student Council 
Advisor 1 04 

ALVIN AMSTER, Business; Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; B.A., MA. Student Supply Store Advisor 110 

FRANK AULTZ, English, Chairman; Mount Union 
College, Kent State University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, DePouw University; B.A., M.Ed 108 

PAUL AVERS, Mathemotics; Capitol University, Kent 
State University; B.Sc. Ed. National Honor Society 
Advisor 102 

MARCIA BACK05, English; Ohio Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, Western Reserve University, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Lake Erie College, St. John's University; B.A., 
M.A. Senior Scandal Advisor 108 

RONALD BACKOS, Science; Californio State College, 
Kent State University, St. John's University; M.Ed., 
B.Ed. Folk Song Club Advisor 100 

OLIN BAILEY, Science, Chairman; Rio Grande Col- 
lege, Ohio State University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; M.A., B.Ed. Movie Club Advisor 100 

RUTH BARRELL, Science; Wheaton College, Western 
Reserve University; B.A. 100 

DONNA BAUMEISTER, Foreign Language; Miami Uni- 
versity, University of Colorado, Ohio State University, 
Western Reserve University, Baldwin-Wallace College, 
University of Munich, Germany; A.B., M.A. 106 

VIRGINIA BELL, Guidance Counseling; Beaver Col- 
lege, John Carrol University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A., Ed.D 98 

JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal; John Carroll 
University, Notre Dame University, Kent State Uni- 
versity, Ohio State University, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A., Ed.D. 96 

BARBARA BLACK, Foreign Language; University of 
Wisconsin, Kent State University, Universidod Na- 
tional de Mexico; B.A., B.Sc. 106 

ERVIN BOJA, Foreign Language; Western Reserve 
University, University of Budapest, Hungary; B.A., 
M.A. 106 

WILLIAM BROWN, English; University of Florida, 
Western Reserve University, University of Illinois; 
B.A. 108 

PATRICIA BUCK, Physicol Education; Otterbein Col- 
lege, Bowling Green State University; B.A. Girl's 
Athletic Association Advisor, Girl's Varsity Sports 
Advisor 117 

ADRIAN BUERGER, Mathematics; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, University of Dayton; B.A,, B.S.E.E. 102 

JAMES CALVERT, Science; North Central College, 
Western Reserve University, Ohio State University; 
B.A., M.A. 100 

JUDITH CARMODY, English; Notre Dame College; 
A.B. Debate Advisor, National Forensic League 
Advisor 108 

ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman; 
Bowling Green Stote University, Miami University, 
Trinity University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed. Mojorettes Club Advisor 117 

HAROLD CAYLOR, Business; Indiana State University, 
Edinboro State College, Kent State University; B.Sc, 
MEd. D.E. Club Advisor 110 

RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. 113 

NANCY CLARK, Science, Allegheny College, Univer- 
sity of Michigan, University of California; B.Sc, 
M.A. 100 

ROSEMARY CLEMENT, English; Ursuline College, B.A. 
Drama Club Advisor 108 



CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman; Capital 
University, Ohio State University, Western Reserve 
University, Fenn College, Drew University; B.Sc, M.Sc 



JAMES CLIFFEL, Mathematics; John Carroll Univer- 
sity, Case Institute of Technology, Kent State Uni- 
versity; BScS. Ski Club Advisor, Student United 
Appeal Director 102 

NORMA COWAN, English; Miami University; B.Sc 



JEAN COX, English; University of Pittsburgh, Co- 
lumbia University, Kent State University, Duquesne 
University, Allegheny University; A.B 108 

ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling; Ohio State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.A., B.Sc, 
M.A., CE.C. Program Director 99 

MOSES DANNENHIRSH, Social Studies; Western Re- 
serve University, University of Chicago; B.A. . 104 

HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Physical Education; Ohio Uni- 
versity, John Carroll University; B.A., M.A. Head 
Bosketboll Coach, Head J.V. Football Coach , , . 117 

DALE DAVISON, Science; Michigan State University, 
Ohio State University, Ohio University, Purdue Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.Ed 100 

VIRGINIA De MORA, English; Bowling Green State 
University; B.Sc, M.A 108 

WILLIAM De MORA, Social Studies; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Kent State University, Indiana University; 
B.Sc, M.Ed. Assistant Wrestling Coach, Key Club 
Advisor 104 



NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies; Kent State 
University, Ohio State University; B.Sc.Ed 104 

FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies; George Washington 
University, Kent State University, Hiram College, 
Claremont Graduate University, University of Colo- 
rado; B.A., M.Ed 104 



LILLIAN DRESCHER, English; Notre Dame College, 
John Carroll University, Western Reserve University; 
B A., M.A. 108 



SANDRA DRISCOLL, Physical Education; Wittenberg 
University; B.Sc. Cheerleader Advisor, Spirits Club 
Advisor 117 

JOAN DUPREY, English; Western Reserve University; 
B.A. Eucuyo Advisor 108 

CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A. Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant 
Track Coach 113 

AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign Language; Ohio State 
University, Georgetown University, West Virginia Uni- 
versity, University of the Americas; B.Sc, M.A. 107 

KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English; Bowling Green State 
University, Ursuline College, John Carroll University; 
B.A 109 



FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State 
University; Bowling Green State University, Ohio 
University; B.Sc.Ed., B.Sc.Agr 118 

DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science; Duquesne University, 
West Virginia Wesleyan University, St. Louis Univer- 
sity; B.Ed. 101 

SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science; City College of New 
York, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A., M.Sc 
Chess Club Advisor 101 



KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman; Kent State 
University; B.Sc 112 



MARILYN FUERST, English; Kent State University; 
B.Sc.Ed. Reading Lab Supervisor 109 



JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arts; University of 
Pittsburgh, California State Teachers College; 
B.Sc 113 

WILMA GILLMAN, Division Dean; Heidelberg College, 
Western Reserve University; B.A., M.A. 98 

DONALD GLASER, Social Studies; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, Ohio Wesleyan University; B.A., M.A. Political 
Affairs Club Advisor 104 



LOUIS GMEINDL, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
Arizona State University, Kent Stote University, 
Brooklyn College, Fenn College; B.A., M.N.S. 103 



MARGIE GORSLENE, Mathematics; Western Kentucky 
State College, Miami University, University of Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio State University; A.B., M.Ed. . . 103 

JOHN GRIFFIN, Division Dean; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A 99 

ELEANORA GUZMAN, Foreign Language, English; 
Macalester College, University of Minnesoto; B.Sc. 



VON HARDESTY, Social Studies; Buffton College, 
Western Reserve University, Princeton University; 
B.A., M.A 105 

RONALD HARDING, Social Studies; Ohio University, 
Kent State University, Western Reserve University; 
B Ed. Bowling Coach, Talent Scouts Director .105 

DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman; Cincinnati Con- 
servatory of Music, Akron University, Western Reserve 
University, University of Cincinnati; B.Sc, M.A. 114 



ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts; Ohio Univer- 
sity, Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed. Assistant 
Football Coach 113 

KATHERYN GATES, Foreign Language, English; Mar- 
shall University; A.B. , M.A 107 

CLAYTON GEORGE, Business; Fenn College, Kent 
State University, East Carolina College; B.Sc, M.Ed. 
International Quill and Scroll Advisor 110 



SUE HARRIS, English; Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio 
State University; B.A., B.Sc 109 

DEAN HAWVER, Science; Ohio State University, Kent 
State University, Theil College; B.Sc, M.A. , 101 

GERALD HENDERSON, English; Bowling Green State 
University; BSc.Ed 109 

RAYMOND HIVELY, Foreign Longuage, Social Stud- 
ies; Rio Grande College, Ohio State University, Colo- 
rado University, Otterbein College, Franklin Univer- 
sity; B.A., M.Ed. World Affairs Club Advisor ,, 109 

GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art; Ohio State University, 
Western Reserve University, Kent State University, 
Ohio Wesleyan University; B.Sc, M.A. 115 

FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies; Western Reserve 
University; B.A., M.A. Student Council Advisor 104 

RICHARD HUNGERFORD, Industrial Arts; Hiram Col- 
lege, Oberlin College, Kent State University, B.A., 
B.Ed., M.Ed 113 

WILLIAM HUNTER, Principal; Mount Union College, 
Kent State University, Ohio State University; A.B., 
M.A 97 

JACK JENKINS, English; Indiana University; A.B., 
M.A. Stage Crew Advisor, Thespians Advisor, Dra- 
matics Director 109 

FRED JOHNS, Division Dean; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, Kent State University, Ohio State University; 
B.Sc, M.A. Senior Banquet Advisor 98 

ALBERT JUDGE, Science; Kent State University, Ken- 
yon College, University of Florida, Western Reserve 
University; B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Ed. P. A. Club Advisor, 
Science and Mathematics Seminar Advisor . 101 

MILTON KADLEC, Industrial Arts; Illinois State Nor- 
mal Institute, John Carroll University; B.A. Assistant 
Football Coach 113 

EMELIE KAYE, English; De Paul University, Chicago 
University, Duquesne University; B.A., M.Ed. , 104 

CONSTANCE KREICHER, Foreign Longuage; Ohio Uni- 
versity; A,B 107 



EDITH LEMON, Guidance Counseling; Northwestern 
University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, M.A. 



MICHAEL RAICEVICH, Social Studies; Wilmington 
College, Ohio University; B.Sc, M.Ed. Student Coun- 
cil Advisor 104 



CECELIA STILLMAN, Social Studies; Radcliffe College, 
Cleveland College, Western Reserve University, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, John Carroll University; A.B, 105 



CHARLES LEWIS, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State 
University, Western Reserve University, Kent State 
University; B.B.A. 118 



WILLIAM LIEBAL, Business; Youngstown University, 
Kent State University, Ohio State University; B.Sc, 
M.Ed 110 



JAMES LINDSAY, Social Studies, Chairman; Baldwin- 
Wallace College, Wesleyan University; B.A., M.A.T. 
Honors Program Coordinator 104 



RONALD LOKAR, Mathematics; Kent State University; 
B.Sc. Assistant Baseball Coach, Assistant Football 
Coach 1 03 



MARILYN LUCAS, Science; Lake Erie College, Western 
Reserve University; A.B., M.Sc 101 



WILLIAM McCARTER, Social Studies; John Carroll 
University, Clevelond Marshall Law School; B.Sc, 
M.A 104 



DAVID McKELVEY, Business; Muskingum College, In- 
diana University, University of Dayton, Kent State 
University; B.A., M.Ed. Chairman of Awards , 110 



ROBERT Mclaughlin, industrial Arts; Kent State 
University; B.Sc, Plymouth Trouble Shooting Con- 
test Advisor 113 



KATHRYN MADISON^ English; Ohio State University, 
Michigan State University; B.A.. B.Sc 109 



RONALD MARKWELL, English; Western Kentucky 
State College; B.A., M.A., Euclidian Editorial Staff 
Advisor 1 09 



DONALD MARTIN, Guidance Counseling; Kent State 
University, Toledo University; B.Sc, M.Ed. 98 



RICHARD RACKOVAN, Science, Mathematics; Dick- 
inson College, Millersville State College, Baldwin- 
Wallace College, Georgetown University, Highland 
University, Fenn College; B.Sc, M.N.S. Tennis 
Coach 101 



CONCETTA RASH, Business; John Corroll University, 
Notre Dome College; A.B. Future Business Leaders 
of America Advisor , 110 



MARILYN REIFF, Physical Education; Bowling Greerl 
State University; B.Ed. Girls Leaders Club Advisor 117 



HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education; University 
of Toledo, Western Reserve University; BEd, Assist- 
ant Wrestling Coach, Boys Gymnastics Club Ad- 
visor 117 



CHARLES RENO, Mathematics, Science; Edinboro 
State University, Harvard University; B.Sc, M.Ed. 
Math Club Advisor . 103 

MARTIN RENO, Mathematics, Science; Edinboro Stote 
College, Harvard University; B.Sc, M.Ed,, M.Sc, 101 

VICTOR RESCH, Physical Education; Miami Univer- 
sity; B.Sc Swim Club Advisor, Head Swim Team 
Coach 117 

DONALD RINKE5, Mathematics; West Virginia Uni- 
versity, Ohio State University, Muskingum College, West 
Liberty State College, Kent State University, Univer- 
sity of Hawaii, Fenn Colleae, Case Institute of Tech- 
nology; B.Sc, M.A. Movie Club Advisor 103 



LEONARD ROBUCK, English; Western Reserve Univer- 
sity; B.A., M.A. National Forensic League Advisor, 
Fall Ploy Director, Talent Scouts Director 109 



OTTO SANTOS, Business; John Carroll University, 
Kent Stote University; B.B.A., M.Ed. Euclidian Busi- 
ness Staff Advisor .110 



JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies; Bluffton College, 
Ohio State University, Western Reserve University; 
B.A,, MA. World Affoirs Club Advisor 105 



JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Kent State University, Stevens Point Teachers College; 
BEd,, MEd, Chairman of Safety and Welfare Com- 



DAVID TANSKI, Science; Denison University, Arizono 
Stote University, John Carroll University; B,A. Assist- 
ant Football Coach 101 



RANDOLPH TARRIER, Guidance Counseling; Univer- 
sity of Michigan, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, 
M.A 98 



NANCY TAUBMAN, English; Miomi University, Fenn 
College; B.A. Euclidian Editorial Staff Advisor 109 



SAM TAYLOR, Music; High Point College, Columbia 
University, Eastman School of Music, Northwestern 
University; BSc, M.Mus. Choral Director . ... 114 



EDWARD TEKIELI, Physical Education; Glenville State 
University, West Virginia University; B,A,, M.Sc. 117 



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 115 



MARION THOMAS, Home Arts; Baldwin-Wallace Col- 
lege, Kent State University, University of California, 
Cordon Bleu College; B.Sc 112 



DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
Butler University, West Virginia University, Western 
Reserve University; B.A. Head Cross Country Coach, 
Head Track Coach 103 



EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts; Iowa State Uni- 
versity, Kent State University; B.Sc, M.Ed. , 113 



JAMES MILLER, Assistant Principol; Kent Stote Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University, Michigan State 
University; B.Sc, M.Ed., Ed.D 96 



EDMUND MIZE, Business; Ohio State University, Ohio 
University, Kent State University; B.S. Survey Business 
Staff Advisor 110 



DONALD MOHR, Physical Education; Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Bowling Green State University, Western Re- 
serve University; B.A., M.Ed. Athletic Director, Let- 
terman's Club Advisor, Head Football Coach . 117 



HERBERT NOLO, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
Bowling Green State University, Kent State Univer- 
sity; B.Sc, M.Ed. Foreman's Club Advisor, Head Ten- 
nis Coach 113 



WILLIAM SAUL, Business; Westminster College, West- 
ern Reserve University, John Carroll University, Erie 
Business College; B.A., M.A 110 

CHARLES SAWYER, Business; Kent State University; 
B.Sc, M.Ed. National Honor Society Advisor . Ill 

HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal; Kent State 
University, Western Reserve University; B.Sc, MA., 
M.Sc 96 

WILMER SHUSTER, Business; Ohio University; B.Sc 
National Scholarship Society Advisor, Assistant Track 
Coach Ill 

DELMAR SMITH, Business, Chairman; Ohio Northern 
University, Columbia University, International Col- 
lege; B.A., M.A Ill 

GRANVILLE SMITH, English; Indiana State Teachers 
College, Pennsylvania State University, Duquesne Uni- 
versity; B.Sc, M.A. Spectrum Advisor. Survey Ad- 
visor 109 



DOROTHY TOMBAUGH. Science; Alfred University, 
University of Buffalo, Miomi University, Siena Heights 
College; B.Sc, M,T loi 

MARGARET TORNSTROM, Physical Education; Bowl- 
ing Green State University; B.Sc, Swim Club Ad- 
visor ,117 

FRANK TROGLIA, Division Dean; Ohio State Uni- 
versity; Western Reserve University, Kent State Uni- 
versity; BSc, M,A, 99 

ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Language; Miami 
University, Western Reserve University; B,Sc., MA. 
Ad Club Advisor ] 07 

CAROLE VENALECK, English; Fenn College; B.A. 109 

RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling; Akron Uni- 
versity, Western Reserve University; B.A, M.A. 99 



VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts; Marshall University, 
Kent State University, John Carroll University; B.A., 
M.A 112 



MYRA OLIVER, English; Mount Union College, West- 
ern Reserve University, London University; B.A., 
M.A 109 



CAROL PETVAI, Home Arts; Ohio State University 
B.Sc 112 

JUNE PHYPERS, Business; Western Reserve University, 
New York University, Denison University, Middlebury 
College, Radcliffe College, Spencerion School, Univer- 
sity of Paris, Kent State University; A.B., B.Ed., 

M.A no 

LOLA PINNEY, English; East Orange University; 
Wayne State University, Upsala College, Notre Dame 
University, Western Reserve University; B.A. 109 

ALLAN POKLAR, Industrial Arts; Ohio State Univer- 
sity; B.Sc 1)3 

FRANK PRINGLE, English; St. Francis College, John 
Carroll University, Kent State University, Western Re- 
serve University, Bucknell University, St. Bonaventure 
University; B.A. Head Golf Coach 109 



RUTH SMITH, Social Studies; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; B A., M.A. Future Teachers of America 
Advisor 104 

WAYNE SMITH, Social Studies; Muskingum College, 
Kent State University; B.A 104 

MERWIN STAINES, Guidance Counseling; New York 
State University, Muhlenberg College, Kent State 
University, University of Colorado; B.Sc, M.Ed. . 99 

JAMES STANLEY, Industrial Arts; Miami University; 
B.A. Assistant Swim Team Coach 113 

WILLIAM STARR, Science; Indiana State College, 
Pennsylvania State University, Michigan College, Fenn 
College, Ohio State University, Allegheny College; 
B.Sc, M.Ed. 101 



DONALD STEINBRINK, Science; Ohio State Uni 
sity; B.Sc 



101 



HELEN STEWART, Guidance Counseling; Kent State 
University, Western Reserve University, Ohio State 
University, University of Hawaii, University of Zurich, 
Switzerland; B.Sc, M.A., M.Ed. Junior Prom Ad- 



99 



FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts, Chairman; Cleve- 
land Institute of Art, Kent State University, Western 
Reserve University; B.Sc. Ed., M.A. ,113 

GEORGE WILEY, Assistant Principal; Oberlin College, 
Western Reserve University; A,B,, M.A. 97 

CAROL WILLIAMS, Business; Villa Mario College, 
Western Reserve University, Indiana State College; 



BARRIE WILSON, Mathematics; Indiana State Col- 
lege; B.Sc 103 

RALPH WISNIEWSKI, Science; Ohio University, Colo- 
rado State College; B.Sc. Spirits Club Advisor 101 

ROBERT YOCUM, Vocational Coordinator; Kent State 
University, John Carroll University; B.A., M.A. , 121 

STEPHEN YOKE, English; Kent State University 
BEd, 109 

MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, Foreign Language, Chair- 
man; Morovion College, Middlebury College, Colum- 
bia University, Muhlenberg College; B.A., M.A. Ameri- 
can Field Service Director, Longuage Lab Director 107 



SENIOR INDEX 



GREGORY ADAM Greg 

CARL AIKEN Carl 

D.E.C.A. 4; Retail Management 4. 136 

DIANE AITKEN ' Irish 

Transfei; Student; Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; 
Girls Glee Club 3; Spring Play 3. 144 



KIYOSHI AKI Kiyosh 

Foreign Exchange Student 1964-1965; A.FS. 4; Base- 
ball 4; Student Supply Store 4; Choral Masters 4; 
Key Club 4; Student Council Representative 4; Spirits 
4; Wrestling 4. 132, 133, 137, 144, 159 



DENISE ALECCI Denise 

Friendship Club 2; F.BL.A. 4; Majorette Club 2. 131, 



DONALD ALEX Don 

Chess Club 4; E-Room Activities 3; J.V. Football 2; 
Boys Glee Club 2; Survey Representative 3; J.V. 
Wrestling 2. 148 



JOHN ALLAR John 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 

4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4; J.V. 

Wrestling 2; N.A.S.S. 4. 132, 163 

THOMAS ALLEN Tom 



JOHN AMBROSE 



i.h 



Jack 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; \j;'te' Leaders 2; Letterman 
2, 3, 4; Math Club 4;'*gfe*)'onal Honor Society 4; 
Track 3, 4; J. V. Wrestlmf'S. 150, 160, 186 



HERBERT ELMER ANDERSON Herb 

Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Gym Leaders 2, 3; 
Key Club 4; Tennis 4; Letterman 4. 132 



CHARLES ANDRUS Chuck 

Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, 201 

JUDY AQUILANO Judy 

Eucuyo 3; Eucuyo Representative 3; Friendship Club 
2, 4; F.N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4. 131, 135, 155 

MICHAEL ARK Mike 



EVELYN ROSE ARCHACKI Dollie 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Ski 
Club 4. 131, 136, 157 



JOHN ARMSTRONG Duffy 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3; Orchestra 



EILEEN LESLIE ANN ARNOLD Eileen 

Eucuyo Representative 2;a;itenriship Club 2, 4; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; GR^S^fee Club 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; 
J.V. Cheerleader Substiti^y^Majorette 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; iMlfhal Honor Society 3, 4; 
Orchestra 2; Ski Club 4;'^l'ctrum 3, 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; Survey Representative 
2. 131, 134, 157, 158, 161, 162, 163, 167, 184 



SUSAN BAKER , Sue 

Euclidian Business Staff\-a;'4;^uclidian Training Club 
2; Foil Play 2; Friendiift, £lub 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Executive Board 4; Politlria^iJ,ffairs Club 4; Spectrum 
3, 4; Usher 2; World AfefBl'Club 2; National Honor 
Society 4. 134, 149, 159, 173 



RICHARD BALDI^ 
Concert Band 2, 
2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Club 2, 3, 4. 132, 139, 



.DIN I p-.'"^^ 

2, 3, 4; higyM 



T Rick 

^b 3, 4; Marching Band 
y 3, 4; P.A. Technicians 



WAYNE EVERETT BALLENTINE Wayne 

Big Show 3; E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2; 
Key Club 3; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 4; Spring Ploy 3; Stage 
Craft Club 3, 4; Thespian Club 3; Track 2, 3. 151, 
157, 163 



LESLIE JEAN BALUKIN 



GEORGE BARABAS 



SANDRA LEE BARKER Sandy 

A.FS. 4; Fall Play 3; G A A 2; Homecoming 4; Hail 
Guord 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Lmginsts 3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; National HiStlOt /Society 3, 4; P.A. An- 
nouncers 2; Political AftQ*-£lub 3, 4; Science Semi- 
nar 2, 3; Spectrum 2, 3;,A'Spirits 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3, 4; Staff Editor 4'=w6i Napolo 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Alternate 2, 4, Buckeye Girls State Repre- 
sentative 3. 133, 149, 156, 159, 162, 163, 167 



SUSAN BARNES Sue 

Friendship Club 2. 

STEPHEN WILLIAM BAg<(|^ Leprechaun 

"^ f^ties 4; Executive Board 

~hg 3, 4; National Honor 

t Council Representative 

nt 4. 159, 161 



TOM BARNHART 



THOMAS CASEY BARRETT 
Foremen's Club 4; Swim Club 2. 153 



CHERYL BARTOS 
Choral Masters 3, 
Representative 2; Friendf 
G A.A. 



Board 4; Euclidian 



Ho 



ety 3, 4; 



ifJJtive Board 4, 
Bi4lub 2, 3; F.T. 
r^; I.Q.S. 3, 4; National 
jSfn 2, 3; Survey Editorial 

Staff 3, 4; Survey Trainirjg Club 2; Cub-reporter 2; 

Copy Reader 3; Co-Editor i. 134, 145, 161, 162, 167 



BEVERLY ANNE BATIC 
Majorette Club 2. 



BRUCE ALLAN BAUMGARDT Bergie 

Baseball 2; Chevron Society 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 
4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Orchestra 4; 
Pep Bond 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Talent Scouts 
EHS 4, Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 3. 139, 142, 
143, 163 



PHILIP WAYNE BEINING Phil 

Choral Masters 4. 145 

DAVID LEE BELL Dave 

Key Club 3, 4; PA. Technicians Club 2, 3, 4; Politi- 
cal Affoirs Club 4; Senior Class Cabinet 4. 132, 149 



SHAREN BELSHAW Sharen 

SUSAN MARIE BENCIN Sue 

Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 3; Girls Glee Club 3; 
Student Council Representative 2. 136 

THEODORE JOHN BENDING Ted 

Bowling 3, 4; Foremen's Club 4; Student Council 
Representative 2. 142, 143, 153, 163 

CRAIG L. BENEDICT Craig 

Euclidian Representative 2; Foremen's Club 3; Gym 
Leaders 2, 3; Survey Representative 3. 

ROSANNE CHRISTINE BENI Rosy 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; 
Homecoming 4; Majorette Substitute 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Student Council Representative 4; Usher 3; 
World Affairs Club 4; Fall Play 4. 129, 131, 149, 
185 



DAVID BENNER Dave 

Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Gym Leaders 2; Key 

Club 2; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Track 2, 4. 
157, 178 



JOHN RICHARD BENNER John 

Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. 
Football 2; Key Club 2; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
3,4. 15, 18, 157, 178 



JOSEPH A. BENSI Bens 

Assemblies 2, 3, 4; E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Fore- 



KAREN JUNE BENSO 

Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 4. 157 



CHRISTINE A. BERARDINIS 
Friendship Club 2, 4. 131 



RICHARD BERES 
Foremen's Club 4. 153 



SHARON BERGANT 



RICHARD LOUIS BERGER 

Gym Leaders 3, 4; Key Club 4. 132 



THOMAS PAUL BERNL^ 
Basketball 3, 4; J.V, bS 
E-Room Activities 4; G* 
3; Lettermen's Club 3,^ 
Honor Society 3; Spirit 
Basketball 3, 4; ' " " 



Tom 
III 2; Cross Country 4; 
faders 3; Junior Cabinet 
Letterman 3; National 
Student Council Repre- 
J.V. BoAetball 2; Track 2, 3, 4. 



THOMAS ARVIDSON 



THOMAS BAVEC 



CAROLYN MAE BERNSTON 



RICHARD ATEN Rich 

KENNETH JOHN AUBEL Ken 

Cadet Bond 2, 3, 4; Marching Mond 2, 3, 4. 140 

KAREN LEE AUFMUTH Karen 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2, 4; 
F.B.L.A. 4; G.A A. 2, 4; Hall Guard 2; N.F.L. 4; Ski 
Club 4; Student Council Representative 2; Usher 3; 
World Affairs Club 4; One-for-the-Panthers Captain 
3. 131, 136, 149, 157, 163 

LINDA AXFORD Linda 

Euclio Choir 2; Friendship Club 2; Student Council 
Representative 2. 



DORIS BAITT 
Friendship Club 2. 



BARBARA BAKER te 

Cadet Band 2; F.N.C. MM 
Notional Honor Society 3M 
135, 150, 161 I 



^y Barb 

UA. 2; Math Club 3, 4; 
^Science Seminar 2, 3, 4. 



DAVID TERRENCE BEAUMONT 



LARRY BECK 



DONNA MARIE BEECHUK Beech 

Assemblies 2, 3; Co-op ^KKtents 4; Euclidian Business 
lian TrBjf|Ǥ7Club 2; Friendship Club 



Staff 3, 

2, 3; G.A.A, 2; N.FL. 

3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3 
five 2, 3; Survey Repre 
Court 2; Senior Scandal 
13, 161, 163, 165 



|/ National Honor Society 
;|itVdent Council Representa- 
fftative 2; Winter Festival 
i. Senior Class Secretary 4. 



PATRICIA BEEMAN V ,_' Patti 

Friendship Club 4; F.T i^-fe'^ath Club 2; N.F.L. 4; 
Notionol Honor Society MSpectrum 2, 4. 131, 134, 



CHRISTOPHER EMERSON BEERY Kit 

Assemblies 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; P.A. Technicians Club 
4; Usher 3, 4. 165 



FRANK BERUS Fronk 

DENNIS EDWARD PETER BERZINSKA5 Dennis 

PAUL BESSEL Paul 

Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Gym Leaders 2, 3. 

BARBARA ANN BESSIRE-— Bobs 

Choral Masters 4; Eucte^f^?p^esentative 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A^^4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; 
Political Affairs Club if^fi^rvey Representative 2; 
Usher 2; Senior Scandal "^l^ational Honor Society 4. 
131, 134, 145, 149, 160, 145 

SALLY BEUTELL ji;^^^ ^al 

Cadet Band 2, 3; CofiMiiKland 4; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentotive 4; F.T.A. 2, 3,^WEiecutive Board 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.lKJSfSki Club 3, 4; Spectnjm 
3, 4; Student Council ^w^resentative 2; National 
Honor Society 4. 134, 13b, 157, 159, 160 



260 



EILEEN RAE BIEDERMAN I 

F.N.C. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; Spectn 
World Affairs Club 2. 134, 135, 159, 163 

MARILYN JEAN BILICIC 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 2; Girls Glee 

2; World Affairs Club 2. 137 



LARRY BILSKI Lorry 

SAMUEL BLACK Sam 



CHERYL ANN BROWN Cheri 

Transfer Student; Eucuyo 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 
3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
World Affairs Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. Notional 
Honor Society 4; I.Q.S.Y.; 165, 149, 159, 160. 



Debbie 
Art Staff 3; Layout 



DEBRA LOU BROWN 

Euclidian Editoriol Stoff 3 

Editor 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendstiip Club 

2; Homecoming 4; United Appeol Representative 4, 

Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 4; Survey 

Representative 2; Notional Honor Society 4; I.Q.S. 4. 

159, 160, 129, 171 



KRISTEN MAY CARTERr:'_-; 
E-Room Activities 3, 4; tt'u 
Honor Society 4; Ski Clufe 
3, 4. 131, 157, 169, 1*8^ 

MARY LOUISE CAVAN _^.,' ,, Mary Lou 

F.N.C. 4; G A A. 2; PoliHoit il^fairs Club 4; Spectrum 
2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; ^t^iafent 4; Student Council 
Representative 3; Survefciicfitorial Staff 4; Natic 



Hono 



iiety 



135, 1*Jt'159, 167, 160 



BENJAMIN CAVELL 



JOHN C. BLAKESLEE 

CAROLE ANN BLATTAU 
Friendship Club 2. 

BRUCE BLUMENSTEIN 

Cadet Band 2, 3; E-Room Acti\ 

2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4. 157 



John 
Carole 



Embert 
I 3; Marching Band 



GARY LEE BLY rSrT'h ^°''^ 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4;\litt3ljflian Representative 2; 
I.Q.S. 3, 4; National Hori^»:iety 3, 4; PA. Techni- 
cians Club 2, 3, 4; Survejgiaitorial Staff 3, 4; Senior 
Scandal 4. 153, 161, 16271167 



JAMES R. BOAG 

Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A. 4; E-Ro 

Foremen's Club 3. 136, 137 



Bugs 
Activities 4; 



DAVID BROZ David 
Transfer Student. 

DEE ETTE BRYANT Dee 

Cadet Bond 2; Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 4. 157. 

WILLIAM BRYANT Bill 

BARBARA BUDA Barb 

GEORGE BURICH George 

FRANK BURK Frank 

Baseball 2; Gym Leaders 4; Key Club 4; NFL. 4; 

Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4, 132, 163, 157, 159 



MICHAEL CAVELL 
Mom Office Assistant 3. 



DENNIS RAY CEBUL 
Cross Country 3; Homdci 
Key Club 2, 3, ' 

4; Notional Ho 
Club 4; Specti 
resentative 3; 



Denny 

: Junior Cabinet 3; 

d 3; Vice-President 

Sociejl' -,'3, 4; Treasurer 4; Ski 

Spitefci), Student Council Rep- 

rd 4; Wrestling 3, 4; 

Cabinet 4. 132, 157, 



PHILLIP EDWARD CEBULAR 

Key Club 2, 4; Track 2, 4; Spectn 



BERNADINE CERGOL 
Co-op Student 4. 13 



132, 159 
Bemie 



CRAIG ALAN BOEHLKErJ^;^ Craig 

Choral Masters 3, 4; jMSeotball 2; Gym Leaders 
3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; NMLtI/i; National Honor 
Society 4; Spirits 4. 132,'^fW5, 159, 160, 163 

ALVARO BOHORQUEZ Al 

TransferStudent; A.F.S. 4; Key Club 4. 132, 133 

CATHY MAY BOICH Cathy 

Choral Masters 4; F.T.A. 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3. 
134, 145 




CHARLOTTE BOKAL 
E-Room Activities; 
3; Friendship Club 
G.L.C. 3, 4; Historic 
Survey Representoti 

RALPH BOOMER 

MARY BOOTH 

CAROL BOYD 



CHRISTOPHER LYNN Bl 
Bowling 3; Chess Club 4g, 



Char 

Eucuyo Representative 

3, 4; GAA. 2, 3, 4; 

lol Honor Society 3, 4; 

,154,161. 

Ralph 

Mary 




KATHLEEN BRANNAN Kathy 

Friendship Club 2; Politicol Affairs Club 4. 149 



LEONARD ALLEN BRAZEE 

Cross Country 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Coun 

resentative 2; Track 2. 157 

GAYLE BRENDORFER 
Friendship Club 2. 



Lenny 
il Rep- 




CONSTANCE BRETTON 
Friendship Club 
Executive Board 4; G.A.J 
Ski Club 4; Spectn 
Senior Scandal 4; Natic 
134, 135, 157, 159, 160, 16£ 

TOM BREWER 



KAREN S. BRIGGS 

Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A. 4. 136, 137 



Bretton 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 

Girls Glee Club 2 

'rvey Representative 4 

Honor Society 4. 131 



PAUL BRIGHT 
Cross Country 2; E 
clidian Training Club 2' 
2, 3, 4; Math Club 4 
Club 4; J.V. Wrestling 
4; I.Q.S. 4. 132,149,15075 



DARLENE BRODNIK 
Friendship Club 4; Jur 

JANET MARIE BROOKSj 
Friendship Club 2; F.T./ 
4; Ski Club 4; Spectn 
Club 2, 4; Folk Song CId 
4. 134, 149, 157, 158, 12 




mess Staff 3, 4; Eu- 

Leaders 3; Key Club 

tra 2; Political Affairs 

I Honor Society 



al Affairs Club 
World Affairs 
Honor Society 



LARAINE BURKE Lorrie 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 137 



JAMES ARTHUR BURNETT Jin- 

Big Show 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Choral Master; 
3, 4. 153, 145 



JOHN OWEN BURNS John 

Big Show 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; E-Room Activities 
2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Drama Work- 
shop 3, Spring Ploy 2, 3; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2. 145,132, 157 



KATHERINE SUSAN BLcFf ' Kathy 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; National 
Honor Society 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Survey 
Business Staff 3, 4, Usher!; 2; World Affairs Club 2; 
Senior Scandal 4. 157, !I65, 169, 160 

MERRIE LOUISE BUTTERFIELD Merrie 

Fall Ploy 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; F.T.A. 2; Ski Club 
4; Spectrum 4. 131, 157, 158 



PATRICIA ANN BUZIKOWSKl Buzzy 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Homecoming 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2, 4. 131, 136, 159, 129 



LAWRENCE RICHARD BYDASH 
J V Basketball 2; Football 3, 



Larry 
J.V. Football 2; 



SANDRA LYN-YVONNE CABLE Sandi 

Cheerleaders 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; 
G.A.A, 2; Homecoming 4; Hall Guard 2; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Mojorette Club 3; Panther 4; Political 
Affairs Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 4; Usher 3; World 
Affairs Club 4; Senior Class Cabinet 4. 199, 149, 
157, 129 



SALLIE CADWALLADER 

Euclid Choir 4; G.A.A. 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3. 



FRANK CALAVITTA 



DONITA CAMERON Deeta 

Ad Club 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Spectrum 
4. 153, 134, 159 



JAMES CAMPBELL Jim 

Cross Country 2, 4; Letermen's Club 3, 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; J. V. Wrestling 
2. 186, 163 



DIANE MARIE CARDUCCI Diane 

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

RUTH CARLSON Ruth 

SANDRA ELAINE CARP^t^ Sandy 

E-Room Activities 3, ^#^indship Club 2; F.T.A. 
3, 4; G.A.A. 3; G.L.C. 4,«*lj(or Cabinet 3; Majorette 
Club 3; Notional Honor'^^Siaety 4; Prom Committee 
3; Ski Club 3, 4; Usher 3. 134, 157, 154, 160 



DENNIS CERNE 



RONALD CESA Ron 

Choral Masters 3; Foremen's Club 3; Boys Glee Club 



SANDRA CHAPAS 
Friendship Club 2; Usher 2. 



JOYCE MARIE CHISOLM 

F.N C. 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectn 



135, 157, 159 



Joycie 
2, 3, 4; Sun/ey 



LUBOMIRA CHODAKIEWICZ Luba 

Friendship Club 4; Student Supply Store 3, 4; World 
Affairs Club 2, 3, 4; Political Affairs 4. 137, 131, 
149 



MARIE CHOLEWICKI Munchkin 

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



RALPH CHRISTOPHER Ralph 

ROBERT ALLEN CIAMMAICHELL Tiny 



ANN FANNY CIMBALOS Ann 

Spectrum 2. 



DONNA CIOMEK Donna 

Transfer Student; Co-op Students 4, 137 



JOAN ELLEN MARIE CLARK Joonnie 

Euclid Choir 2; Friendship Club 2; Girls Glee Club 2; 
Student Council Representative 4. 129 



ROBERT CLASEN 



MAUREEN FRANCES CLEMENCE Clem 

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



ANITA JOYCE COBLITZ - - Anita 

Transfer Student Cadet Ban4 2 3; Chevron Society 
4; Concert Bond 4 Morcblng Bond 2, 3; Math Club 
4; National Honor SocieM^ Orchestra 4; N.F.L. 4. 
139, 143, 142, 150, 160, !63 



SUSAN KATHLEEN COCHRAN Susie 

Euclid Choir 2; Euclidian" Bus*?iess Staff 3, 4; Cashif 

Euchdiar\ fepfesentativ ' " ■ ' 

im riiih 3 



3; Auditor 4; Euchdiari %presentative 2; Euclidit 
Training Club 2 FrienWsiii/ Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; 
G.A.A, 2, 3, 4; GLC 3,l»lomecoming 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Speijtrum 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; 
Usher 3; World Affairs Club 4. 131, 154, 159, 149, 
169, 161 



SUSAN CODDINGTON Sue 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Senior Scandal 4. 134, 163, 157, 165 

KENNETH RONALD COLEMAN Ken 

Bowling 2 3 4- Euclid Choir 2, 3; Golf Club 3, 4; 
Movie Club 3; Stage Craft Club 2, 3 



26] 



VICTOR JAMES COLOMBI Vic 

E-Room Activtities 4; J. V. Football 2; Junior Cabinet 
3; Letterman 4; Wrestling 2, 4. 

PATRICIA COLT Pat 

Bowling 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship 
Club 2; GA.A. 2, 

MARY JO COMELLA Mary Jo 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; 
World Affoirs Club 4. 135, 157, 159, 149 



ROBERT JOHN COMENSCHEK 



Squeaker 



LINNETTE MARGARET CONLEY Linn 

Big Show 3; Cheerleaders 2; Euclid Choir 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; FTA. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Majorette Club 3; N.F.L, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Council Represento- 
tive 3; Usher 2, 3; World Affairs Club 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Photography 4. 131, 134, 149, 157, 163, 
165 



ROBERT ERNEST COODE Bob 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; J.V. Bosketboll 2; 
E-Room Activities 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; 
Gym Leaders 2; Letfermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 2. 163, 178 



SHARON SUE COOK 

GA.A, 2; Movie Club 3, 4, 152 



Cookie 



ROSEANN BERNADETTE COONEY Nitch 

Friendship Club 2; F N.C. 3, 4. 135 

FRED COOPER Wrench 

Chevron Society 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; J. V. Foot- 
ball 2; Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Sargent 4; Pep Band 4; Pit Bond 4, 139, 141, 143 

TERRENCE COOPER Terry 

Hall Guard 2; Survey Representative 4. 

TOM A. COOPER Tom 

E-Room Activities 2, 3. 

CONSTANCE COPPERS Connie 

Ski Club 3, 4 157 



KATHLEEN OLIVIA COa^TH^ Kathy 

E-Room Activities 3, 4\ fTiehdship Club 2; F.N.C. 
3, 4; Secretary 4; FT/*. S,teAA. 2, 3; Girls Glee 
Club 2; G.LC. 3, 4; Ski ^&,'4 Student Supply Store 
3, 4; Survey Reporter 2 Tf^ 135, 137, 154, 157, 
166 ' 



RICHARD CARTER COUKTMCY Rich 

Euclidian Editorial Staf'f 3, 4 Photographer 3, 4; 
Euclidian Representative 2, tuclidion Training Club 
2; Key Club 3, 4; N F.L 3j 4, Notional Honor Society 
3, 4; Political Affairs Club 6 Spectrum 2, 3, 4. 132, 
159, 161, 163, 170 



CHERYL CRADIS 

Big Show 2, 3; Choral ,i»a5t&rs 3 



Cheryl 
... - ... Drama Work- 

shop 3; E-Room ActivitreV^t^feuclidion Training Club 
- - ■ ndship Club 2,_ 4^3|,^. " " " "■ ■ " 



Club 2; G.LC 
National 
Reporter 
163, 165 



3, 4; 
r Soc 
Senic 



rd 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; 
ty 3f^-ff''5pring Play 2, 3; Survey 
Scancfel 4. 131, 145, 154, 161, 



BARBARA JEAN GRAIN 



SHIREEN CREDICO Shireen 

ROGER ALAN CROMBIE Rog 
Choral Masters 3; Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A. 4; 
J.V. Football 2; Boys Glee Club 2. 136, 137 

RICHARD ALLEN CUNNINGHAM Rich 
Key Club 2, 3, 4. 132 

RICHARD DOUGLAS CURE Doug 



CHARLOTTE CUSHMAN 

Transfer Student; FT. A. 4; Spectn 



Chor 
134, 159 



ANGELA CUTRONE Angle 

Bowling 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4. 136 

MARGARET JOAN CZAPLICKl Marge 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Eucuyo Representative 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 4; FTA. 4; Junior Red Cross 3; Red Cross 
Club 3; World Affairs Club 4; Transfer Student; St. 
Francis' Clubs; Stage Craft Club 2; Red Cross Club 
2. 131, 135, 149, 165 

RUSSELL E. CZOMBA Russ 

Transfer Student; Football 3; Gym Leaders' 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff. 



ROBERT ANTHONY DACAR Bob 

Eucuyo Representative 3, 4; J.V. Football 3, 4; Fore- 



JAMES DADANTE Jim 
Boseball 2; Co-op Students 4; Football 3; J.V. Foot- 
ball 2; Foremen's Club 4; Ski Club 3; Track 3, 4. 
137, 153 



CHERYL DARLING 
Euclidian Representativ 




Andi 
Secretary 4; I.Q.S. 4; 
ris Glee Club 2; Ski 
Spirits 4; Survey Edi- 
ive 2; Survey 
Cabinet 4; Notional 
145, 157, 159, 160, 



ANDREA JEAN DASKIVICH 
A.F.S. 4; Choral Mastei 
Euclidian Training Cluril 
Club 3, 4; Spectrum 2,\v" 
toriol Staff 4; Surveys 
Training Club 3; Senior 
Honor Society 4. 133, 
162, 167 

PAMELA LEE DAVISON 

Girls Glee Club 2; Ski Club 4. 



MAUREEN ANN DAY ,- ^ Moe 

Assemblies 3; Friendshib-CJui! 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Majorette Sfjfc^ifute 4; Majorette Club 
2, 3, 4; Notional Honori^Sidety 4; Prom Committee 
3; Spirits 4; Usher 3. 15?, 160, 185 

JOANN CATHRINE DEBELAK Joann 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2. 137 

SANDRA ELLEN DEERE Sandy 

Choral Masters 4; E-Roohl , Activities 3; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; FnenSSmriOub 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Executive Board 4; G.Apigg/ 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 
2, 3; G.L.C. 4; HomeccMlM 2; Homecoming Court 
2; Hall Guard 2; Junior 'SHnet 3; Prom Committee 
3; Spirits 4; Student Coun|il Representative 2, 3, 4; 
Usher 3; Track 3; Senior Scandal 4; Senior Cabinet 
4; Notional Honor Society 4. 129, 134, 145, 154, 
159, 160, 165 



KENNETH ALAN DELaAi 
Eucuyo 3, 4; Business ^Mi^ger 
National Honor Society if'w} S. 

NANCY JUNE DELOST 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 
Club 4; Spectrum 4; V 
Honor Society; 131, 

ANTOINETTE DEMICO 

MICHAEL DEMPSEY 




Nancy 
Political Affairs 
Club 4; National 



JAMES THOMAS DEVNEY Jim 

Big Show 3; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; Drama Workship 3, 4. 



KAREN JANE Dl BIANCA Karen 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 3; Ski Club 
4; Usher 2; Senior Scandal 4; Copy Editor 4. 131, 
157, 165 



DALE JAY DIEKMANN Hail 

Cadet Band 2; Survey Training Club 3; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3. 
132, 169 



CAROL ANN DIEHL Sushin 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Semi-finalist^, Concert Band 3, 4; Cadet 
Bond 2; Nati( ~ " .-.-.■ - ■ 

ing Club 2; I Q S. 



Spectru 
Editor 4; Political Affa 
Art Editor 4. 133, 139, 
165, 167 



LAWRENCE DIETZEL 



5ocifety 

" (hing Band 2, 4; N.F.L. 
■ Staff 2, 3, 4; Feature 

Tub 4; Senior Scandal 4; 

49, 159, 160, 162, 163, 



KATHLEEN MARIE Dl LILLO Kathy 

Choral Masters 4; Euclid Choir 2, 3; Friendship Club 
2, 4; G.A A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Ski Club 
4; Majorette Club 2, 3. 131, 145, 157 



DONALD Dl SANTIS Don 

Cross Country 3; E-Room Activities 3,4; J. V. Football 
2; Gym Leaders 2; Letfermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
man 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; J. V. Wrestling 2, 3. 163, 



RONALD Dl SANTIS Here 
Cross Country 3; E-Room Activities 3, 4; J. V. Foot- 
ball 2; Gym Leaders 3, 4; Letterman 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; J. V. Wrestling 2, 3. 189 



WILLIAM B. DOAK 
Movie Club 4. 152 



KATHY ANN DOMITOR 
G.A.A. 2. 



JANET D'ONLE 



DOUGLAS GIFFORD DONNER 



Jan 

Doug 

Fall Play 4; Gym Leaders 4; Ski Club 4; Swimming 
Team 4; Gymnastic Team 4; Folk Song Club 4. 157, 
158, 201. 



MARY L. DONOVAN 
Transfer Student. 



HARVEY DOREMUS Harvey 

Key Club 4; Ski Club 4; Track 3. 132, 157 



GERALDINE ANN DOUGHERTY Geri 

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



Play Night 2, 3; Spectn 



3, 4. 134, 159 



BARRY ALAN DOYLE 

Key Club 4; Ski Club 4; Spectn 

159 



KATHLEEN E. DRAGOLICH 
Spectrum 2, 3, 4. 159 



Barry 
132, 157, 



STANLEY DRITZ Stan 

Student Council Representative 2; Survey Representa- 
>-President 3; Senior Scandal 



THOMAS J. DUCCA Tom 

DIANE RACHEL DULAR Diane 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 

Club 4; Spirits 4; Prom Committee 4. 131, 157, 



PAMELA ANN DUNCAN 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Ski Club 4. 157 



BETTY ANN DU ROSE Betty 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee 
Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4. 131, 157 



SHARON DUTRO Sharon 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 4; Ski Club 4. 131, 



JEAN ECK Jeanne Bikini 

Transfer Student; F.B.L.A. 4; Ski Club 4. 136, 157 



GEORGE EDWARDS Porge 

Choral Masters 3; Co-op Student 4; Boys Glee Club 



RANDALL LEE EHINGER Rondy 

Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 3; Football 3, 4; J. V. Football 2; Gym 
Leaders 2; Letfermen's Club 3, 4; Letteri 
178, 163 



an 3, 4. 



RIDGEWAY ELLIS 
Transfer Student; Cn 



RONALD ELSHAW 
Transfer Student. 



KATHLEEN D. EMMERTj^r Kothy 

Choral Mosters 3, 4; SS^M/e Board 4; Girls Glee 
Club 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; N«^^l Honor Society 3, 4; 
Survey Business Staff 3MraTreasurer 3; Circulation 
Manager 4. 145, 161, TfT, 169 



LINDA MARIE EMMERT Lin 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.N.C. 4; Junior 
Red Cross 3; Spectrum 4; Folk Song Club 4. 131, 
136, 135, 159, 158 



ROBERT JAMES ENGEL E 

Junior Cabinet 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Science Semir 
4. 152, 150 



MICHAEL ENGELKE 



KATHY ANN ENRIGHT 



GLEN ALAN ERICKSON 



Mike 

Kothy 
131, 

Leif 



262 



DENNIS JOSEPH ESPLANDIU Spider 

Bowling 2; Wrestling 3, 4; J,V. WrestUng 2. 

JANET ESTANICH Jan 

E-Room Activities 2, 3; Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2; Junior Red Cross 
3; N.F.L. 4; Prom Committee 3. 153 



CHRISTINE EVANS 



RONALD EVANS 



Chri 



Eucuyo 4; J.V, Football 2; Homecoming 4; Key Club 
4; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2, 4. 129, 132, 157, 163, 165 



SHARON ANN EVANS r;:;;:;,^ Sherry 

Codet Band 2, 3; Concere'BoSj 4; Euclidian Editoriol 
Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editefe/Copywriter 4; Euclidian 
Troining Club 2; F.T.A. .»^rching Bond 2, 4; Math 
Club 4; National Honor ^ciety 4; Spectrum 2, 4 
134, 139, 150, 159, 160, (71 

RICHARD LEE EVERSTINE Stine 

Basketball 2, 3; E-Room Activities 4; Football 2, 3, 4; 



JANIS FABIAN 

Euclid Choir 4; Red Cr< 

ing 4. 146, 157 

ROBERT PAUL FARINACCI 

CRAIG FARLEY 

DONALD LEE FARMAN 

KAREN DAWN ELDEN 
Friendship Club 4. 131 



Club 4; Ski Club 4; Bowl- 
Bob 
Craig 
Don 
Feldi Bug 



FRANCES JEAN FELZ Fran 

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

Glee Club 2, 3; Mojorette Club 2; N.F.L. 4; Usher 4. 
131, 134, 163 



KAREN JOY FENSCH 



Skeek 
Committee 2; Survey Repre- 



DALE KARL FENSTER Dole 

Political Affairs Club 3, 4; Science Seminar 3. 149 



MARLENE FERENCAK 



SHELBY JEAN FETKO Twiny 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Junior 
Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Red Cross 2, 3. 131 



SHERRY FETKO 



PATRICIA KATHRYN FIELITZ 
Friendship Club 2. 



WILLIAM JON FIER Bill 

E-Room Activities 4; Footboll 3, 4; J. V. Football 2; 
N.F.L. 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 163, 178 

ELLEN KAY FIKE ■!:z=,L, ^"^" 

Friendship Club 2; F.NlS|t^''i Girls Glee Club 2; 
Spectrum 2, 4; Studenttf^ncil Representative 2; 
National Honor Society W*WW°''ld Affairs Club 4. 
135, 149, 159, 160 "^ 



JANICE FILIPOVIC Jon 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2; 
Moforette 4; Majorette Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Student Council Representative 4; Usher 3. 129, 184 



DANA LYNN FINE Dano 

Friendship Club 2. 

JOYCE FINE Joyce 

Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 
136, 137 

SHANNON ROSE FINK Shannon 

F.B.L.A. 2. 

CHRISTINA FIORELLI Chris 

Friendship Club 4; G.A.A. 2. 131 

LEE FIRE8AUGH Lee 



LOUIS FIORITTO Lou 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Camera Club 3, 4; Concert Bond 
2, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; N.F.L. 3; P. A. Announcers 
2; P.A. Technicions Club 4; Senior Scandal 4. 139, 
153, 165 



EDWARD LAWRENCE PAUL FITZGERALD 
Football 2, 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Gym Leader; 
178 



DIANE FITZTHUM Fitz 

Transfer Student. 

MARILYN ANN ELIZABETH FLANAGAN Irish 

Friendship Club 2. 

JOHN FORRISTELL John 

Transfer Student; Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Key 
Club 2; Student Council Representotive 2; Trock 2, 
3; J.V. Wrestling 2. 



GARY FORTUNA 



Gary 



RONALD G. FOWLER Fowler 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 4; J.V. Football 2. 178 

RONALD PAUL FOWLER Ron 

BETSY FOY Betsy 

Big Show 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Holl Guard 2. 144 



BETTY FRANCIS Betty 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4. 131, 136, 157, 159 



MARTIN PAUL FRANCkSf 



RAYMOND FRANK 
Camera Club 3, 4; Phote 
Euclidian Editorial Staff \ 
Board 4; Club Photogrop 
Honor Society 4; Scienc 
Ski Club 4. 132, 150, 




Marty 
3nor Society 4; 
3, 4. 142, 150, 160 



Ray 

4; Cross Country 2,3; 

' Club 2, 3, 4; Executive 

Moth Club 4; National 

2, 3. 4; Track 2, 3; 

■ 160, 170? 



LAWRENCE STEPHEN FRANKO Lorry 

Cross Country 3; Formen's Club 2, 3; Lettermon 2; 



KAREN FRENCH Frenchie 

Bowling 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Eucuyo Representotive 3; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 4. 131, 
157, 163, 165 



TERRY FRITCH rSiTS'.TS Terry 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bosk^llKja, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Cross Country 3, 4; iMI^an 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3; 
Notional Honor Society ^^iSfcirits 4; Student Council 
Representative 2, 4. 1 59,1 1 86 



THOMAS FROHLICH W 


I'^i 


Bea 


Math Club 4; Science Se& 
Society 4. 150 <E 


® 2, 3, 4; Notion 


al Hono 



JEFFERY EDWARD FR>^"Stl Tuck 

Cross Country 3, 4; KeySSKc, 3, 4; Lettermon 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4; J. V. mining 2; Golf Club 3, 4; 
National Honor Society a*f#olitical Affairs Club 4. 
132, 149, 186 1 



EUGENE GAINER Gene 

KENNETH EDWARD GAJDA Ken 

J.V. Basketball 2. 

JOSEPH GARVAS Joe 

World Affairs Club 4. 148 

DAVID A. GAUCH Dove 

Assemblies 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 2; Foremen's Club 4; Gym Leaders 2; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 2. 45, 153 

BRUCE GEDDES Bruce 

Movie Club 4. 152 

ELAINE MARCIA GEIGER Elaine 

Choral Masters 3, 4. 

ANTHONY C. GENARO Tony 

Gym Leaders 3; Junior Cabinet 3 



ERNEST GERBETZ 
JAMES GERGOTZ 



Ernest 

Jim 



DIANE LA VERNE GERSHOW Diane 

Ad Club 3, 4; Big Show 2, 3, 4; Fall Ploy 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 
3, 4; Ploy Night 2, 3; Spring Play 2, 3; Stage Crew 
Club 4. 134, 151 



ELIZABETH JANE GEYER Beth 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Ski 
Club 4. 131, 135, 157 



SUSAN GEYER 

Girls Glee Club 2; Ju 



SANDRA GFELLER 



Sandy 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Movie Club\i4ia^tional Honor Society 4; 
Red Cross Club 2, 3; SfS^^Wn 2, 4; Senior Scandal 
152, 159, 160, 165 «5!iS 

ELAINE CAROL GIBSON! Laney 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.»7?2HMaiorette 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club t\^^Msnt Council Representa- 
tive 2; Alternate 4V\J|S^vey Representative 2; 
Notionol Honor Society ^*aMS7, 160, 184 



ROBERT ALAN GILDONE 
JOSEPH GIORDANO 



Bob 
Joseph 



KENNETH PAUL GIROD Ken 

Baseball 3, 4; J V. Basketball 2; J.V. Football 2; 
Student Council Representative 2; Survey Representa- 



VERONICA VERA GJIVANOVICH 
G.A.A. 4; Spectrum 4. 158 




BRUCE CLICK 



DALE ALLAN GLICK Dole 

A.F.S. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Prom 
Committee 3;Spirits 4; Survey Business Staff 4; As- 
sistant Ads Manager 4; J.V. Football 2. 132, 133, 
144, 159, 169 



HARVEY GOERTZ 

Moth Club 4; Notional VftlS/r Society 3, 4; Science 
Seminor 2,3,4; Wrestlin^M 4; J. V. Wrestling 2. 
150, 161 ■'^-^ 

GEORGE GOGAN Mickey 

GREGORY GOODYEAR Greg 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Trock 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4. 
186 

MADELINE GORMAN M.J. 

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

CHERYL ANN GORYANES Gorie 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Homecoming 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 4. 131, 136, 157, 159 

DAVID GOTTSCHALT David 

FB.LA. 4. 136 



WAYNE GOULD Little Sow 

Bowling 2; Cross Country 3; Footboll 2; Ski Club 
3, 4; Student Council Representative 4; Track 3, 4. 
129, 157 



CHRIS GOULIS 

J.V. Football 2; Student Cou 



:il Alternate 4. 



GARY JOHN GRAF Gary 

Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A. 4. 136, 137 



ALICE MARIE GRDANC Al 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; Majorette Substitute 
4; Maioretfe Club 2, 3, 4. 131, 185 



VICKI LYNN GREBEN Vickie 

Co-op Students 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3. 137 



DALE ANTHONY GREGO 
Boseboll 2, 3, 4; Foo« 



t7 Whole 

^3, 4; J.V. Football 2; 
Letfermen's Club 3, 4Slfi1ffltterman 3, 4; Spirits 
3, 4; Junior Class TreasJ«p^; Senior Class Treasurer 
4; Notional Honor Society U. 159, 160, 163, 178 



263 



CONNIE JOAN GREGURICH Connie 

Friendship Club 2, 4; FN.C. 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; 
Majorette Substitute 4; Maiorefte Club 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Usher 2. 131, 135, 185 



MARY LYNN GRIESHAMMER 



KATHLEEN GRIFFIS 

Friendship Club 4; Ski Club 4. 131, 157 



ROBERT LEONARD GRIGAS 



Mary Lynn 
Kathy 



BEVERLY GRILLO 



JEAN MARIE GRIMSIC 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 



GERMAINE GRUBAC 
World Affairs Club 2 



LINDA JOY GRUGEL Grug 

Friendship Club 2; FT A 2; Survey Representative 2. 



RAYMOND JOSEPH GRYCAN 



GAIL LOUISE GULBENKIAN Gail 

J.V. Basketball 2; Brg Shaw 2 Choral Masters 3, 4; 
Eucuyo Representotive 2 Euclidian Editorial Staff 
3,4; Assistant Editor 3 Editor in-chief 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3; 
GA.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2 G L.C 3, 4; Nafionol 
Honor Society 3, 4; Politico) Affairs Club 3; Spectrum 
2; Volleyball 2; I.Q.S. 4 145, 154, 161, 170 



SUSAN CAROL GULICH Sue 

F.B.L.A. 2; F.T.A. 4; d,A,A 2 3; Notional Honor 
Society 4; Political Affair^ -|ltlb 4, 134, 149, 160 

PATRICIA NANCY GULLO Pat 

Co-OD Students 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 137 



GERALD GUSTIE Jerry 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4. 



ALFREDO GUTIERREZ \^^'^ Al 

Cross Country 2; Key dfu& 2, 3, 4; Junior Director 
3; Treasurer 4; Lettermay^ $; Notional Honor Society 
4; Track 2, 3; Senioor ScoHdal 4 132, 160, 165 



KINGSLEY JAMES GUY King 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Editor 4; Eucuyo Representative 4; Key 
Club 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 3; Spectrum 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; I.Q.S, 4. 132, 159, 165 



EILEEN BEATRICE HAASE Eileen 

Friendship Club 2, 4, F.B.L.A 4; Politicol Affairs 
Club 3; Spectrum 3. 131, 136 

WILLIAM ELTON HAGSSANO Bill 

Cross Country 3, 4; J.y. iiFoptball 2; Key Club 4; 

Letterman 4; Spectrum *iSjrvey Editorial Staff 4; 

National Honor Society 4-MQ.5. 4 159, 167 



THOMAS NICHOLAS HALBEDEL Halby 

J V. Basketball 2; Concert Band 2; Cross Country 
3, 4; Euclidian Representative 2; J.V. Football 2; 
Letterman 2, 3, 4; Ndfional Honor Society 3, 4; 
Political Affairs Club 3, 41 Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Spirits 
3, 4; President 4; Student 'Council Representative 2; 
Executive Boord 3, 4, Survey Editorial Staff 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; Captain 4, Indoor Track 3, 4; Ohio Boys 
State Representative 3; MASS. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4 
129, 149, 159, 161, 167, 186, 188 



LYNDA IRENE HALE 



LINDA DIANE HALL Lin 

Cadet Band 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 
4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.L 4; Pit Band 3, 4; 
Spectrum 4; Executive Board 4. 131, 140, 159, 153 



JOAN MARIE HANS Jo 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 4. 131, 
129, 159 

SHARYN HARRISON ■^•.t; ^ Sharyn 

Bowling 2; Friendship OiiJ-S". FT A. 4; G.A.A. 2; 

Notional Honor Soci. " -' ■ ' 

Ski Club 4; Spectrurr 

134, 149, 157, 159 ' 

KAREN SUE HARTMAN Dizzy 

Bowling 4; Friendship Club 2; NFL. 4. 163 

STEPHEN ALBERT HATRAS Bud 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Stage Craft Club 3. 152 

KATHLEEN DIANE HAVILAND Kathy 

Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Student 
Council Representative 3, 4. 



GALE CHERYL HEIGHTON Gale 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 

F.T.A. 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 4; Folk Song Club 
4. 134, 157, 158 



JANICE LENORE HEIN)=EFR ^ Jan 

Euclidian Training Clu^ 2^- F N C. 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4; SpectteAj^, Student Supply Store 
2, 3, 4; World AffairsMUb 4, Senior Scandal 4; 
Personality Polls 4. 135, SI37, 149, 159, 160, 165 



KATHLEEN HEISLER Kathy 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G A A 2; Student Council Repre- 



BARBARA JEANNE HELMICK Barbara 

F.T A. 2, 3, 4; Girls djal <ilub 2; National Honor 



Society 4. 'l 34, 160 SI 



LAWRENCE W. HEMPHILL Larry 

Transfer Student; Math Club 4. 150 

KAREN RENEE HENDERSON Hendie 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2; 
Homecoming 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Majorette Club 
2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Head 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 
4; Survey Representative 2. 145, 157, 159, 184 



LORETTA ANN HENIKMAN Loretta 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 



DIANNE HERMSDORFER 



ERIC KARL HERTFELDER Eric 

A.F.S. 4; Key Club 2, 3,r-t;=Wie-President 4; Executive 
Board 3; Math Club 4 ; VStafiona I Honor Society 3, 4; 
President 4; Science S^W 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 2; 
Executive Board 2; Spiri'^t^-' Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2, 3, 4; Homeclming 4; National Science 
Foundation 3. 129, 132,133, 150, 159, 161 



RICHARD HESS 



DOUGLAS J. HIBBARD 



ISABELLE ALDONA HIDO Dona 

Big Show 2, 3; Eucuyo 3, 4; Eucuyo Representative 
3, 4; Fall Play 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 
4; Play Night 2, 3; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Scouts 2, 3; Usher 2; Thespian 2. 131, 151, 161, 
165 



CHARLOTTE ANN HILDEBRAND Char 

A.F S. 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Reprre- 
sentative 2; Euclidian Ttaimng Club 2; Girls Glee 
Club 2; Junior Cabinet 3, Notional Honor Society 
3, 4; Prom Committee J;,Sp«ctrum 3; Spirits 4; Stu- 
dent Council RepresentiMlrt! 3; Executive Board 4; 
Survey Editorial Staff 3, |4; Woi Napolo 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Class Secretary 3; Senior Class Cabinet 4. 
129, 133, 144, 156, 159, 161, 167 



ALDONA HOCEVAR Donna 

DENNIS JAMES HOCEVAR Dennis 

Golf Club 4; Political Affairs Club 3. 

DIANA LYNN HODGSON Diana 

Friendship Club 2. 

CAROL ANN HOFFMAN Cookie 

Friendship Club 3. 

KURT HOFFMEYER Kurt 

Foremen's Club 3. 

CAROLYN MADALENE HOHS Carolyn 

Choral Masters 3; Girls Glee Club 2; N. F. L. 3; 
Talent Scouts 2. 

JAMES HOLLIS James 



JANE HOLLOWAY Jane 

A.F S. 4; Concert Band'?%'^JIA; I.Q.S. 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; NiVtiepa/ Honor Society 3, 4; 
Political Affairs Club 4;'fMf'it\ub 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3, 4; Exchange StilSM 3; World Affairs Club 
4. 133, 162, 149, 157, 1E9, 161, 167 



THOMAS HOPPERT 
Basketball 2. 



LAWRENCE HORNACK 



JAMES HOWARD HOUGH 
Football 3; J. V. Football 2. 



Tom 



JACQUELINE HOVAN Jackie 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls 
Glee Club 2; Political Affairs Club 4. 131, 136, 149 



CAROL ANN HOWE 



TIMOTHY HOWE 



S^'^ 



Carol 
Club 2; Friendship 



Jan 



JANET L. HRIBAR ■; | ;' 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Eucuyo ^^^sentative 2; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Math Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Political Affairs Club 4; Science Seminar 4; Spectrum 
3; World Affairs Club 4. 149, 150, 165 



KENNETH HROVAT 

MARY HUBISH 

TERRY HUGHES 

WANDA LOUISE HUGHES 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 

JUDITH HULL 



-^ 



Ken 
Mary 
Terry 
Pudge 

Judy 



LYNN HUGHES HUMPfAR©^ Lynn 

Choral Masters 4; Euclid Choir 3; Euclidian Repre- 
sentative 2; Friendship Club 2 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 3; Girls Glee Club 5 Notional Honor Society 
3, 4; Ski Club 3; Spectrum 3 4 Survey Representa- 
tive 2. 134, 145, 159 161 



HILARY HUNN Hilary 

Big Show 2, 3; Choral Mtjters 3, 4; Fall Play 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; SpectrumJleJ 4 Folk Song Club 4; 
Drama Workshop 3; Natiolial Honor Society 4. 134, 
145, 158, 159, 160 



KATHLEEN LOUISE HUf^H"^/ Kathy 

Big Show 2; Concert Bilfrtf 5 3 4; Morching Band 

" ' Honor ^RKiety 3, 4; Spectn 

s riiih 4! 130 149 159 1 A 



139, 149, 159, 161 



LINDA HUNTER 



EYLIA HALLER 
Letterman 2; Track 2, 3 



CONNIE HILL 

Main Office Assistant 3, 4. 



GARY LLOYD HYDE 
Trock 4. 



KATHLEEN HALOS Kathy 

Friendship Club 2; F.B LA. 2; G.A A. 2; Political 
Affairs Club 2; Ski Club 4 157 



CHARLES SOMERSET HAMMETT 111 
Moth Club 3. 



ERVA LEE HITCHCOX 



WILLIAM HITTY Bill 

Big Show Band 3; Cadet Band 2; Concert Bond 3, 4; 
Key Club 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4. 132, 139 



ANTHONY LOUIS lACOFANO Tony 

Cross Country 2, 3; Key Club 4; Lettermen's Club 2, 
3,4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; NFL. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Scandal 4. 132, 163, 165 



LYNDA LEE lACOFANO 

Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 4. 157 



Lynn 



264 



PATRICIA INRANTOLINO Pat 

ANTHONY IPAVEC Tony 

Bowling 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Hall Guard 2; Stu- 
dent Supply Store 2; Foremen's Club 4. 152 

ROBERT ELTON ISEMAN Bobby 

GAIL BEVERLY ISSEL Gail 
Transfer Student. 

JOYCE ELLEN IVINS Joyce 
Friendship Club 2. 



JEAN MARIE IWANSKI 



GERALDINE JABLONSKI Gerry 

E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 
4; G.A.A. 2; Homecoming 4; Ski Club 4; Student 
Council Representative 2, 4; Usher 3. 129, 136, 
157 



WILLIAM JAMES 

HELENE JAMIN 

CAROLE ANN JELENIC rj™;-^ 
Friendship Club 2, 4; SKs^i 2 
Senior Scandal 4; NatiotaJi^flo 



KATHLEEN THERESE JELENIC Kothy 

Cheerleaders 2; E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 
2,3; F.N.C. 4; G.A.A. 2,4; Prom Committee 3; Student 
Council Representative 2, 4; Usher 3. 129, 135 

RONALD MILAN JENKO Ron 

Transfer Student. 

CYNTHIA ELLEN EDITH' JEf^^BEK Cindy 

Chorol Masters 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Spectrum 
3, 4; Vice-President 4; S|5rin9.'Play 2; Folk Song Club 
4; Notional Honor Socielfe); I.Q.S. 4. 145, 158, 
159, 160 ! 



CARL JERNEJCIC Carl 

Cross Country 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Gym 
Leaders 3; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Wrestling 3, 4; J. V. Wrestling 2; J.V. Football 2; 
Junior Class President 3; Senior Closs Cabinet 4. 
186 



PATRICIA SHARON JOBE 



ELIZABETH LOU JOHNSON Betty 

Friendship 2, 4; F.N.C. 3,4; Vice-President 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Homecoming 3, 4; Home- 
coming Court 3; N.F.L. 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 
Representative 3, 4; Usher 2; Euclid Choir 2 129, 
131, 135, 146, 159, 163 



RUSSELL E. JOHNSON Russ 

Big Show 2; DEC. A. 4; Vice-President 4; Folk Song 
Club 4; Key Club 2; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Student 
Supply Store 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 136, 137, 151, 158 



FRANK JUSTIN 
DENNIS KACPERSKI 



Frank 
Dennis 



RICHARD JOHN KADUNC Rick 

Assemblies 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Representative 2; Foot- 
ball 3; J. V. Football 2; Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 4; 
Survey Representative 2; Indoor Track 2. 132 



JOHN KALTENBACH 



NANCY LYNN KANNER 
Spectrum 3, 4. 159 



John 
Blondie 



CAROLE ANN KAPEL Carole 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2; 
Political Affairs Club 4; Spectrum 4; Survey Repre- 
sentative 4; World Affairs Club 4. 149, 159 



KENNETH KAPLEY Ken 

Big Show 2, 3; Chorol Masters 4; Cross Country 3; 
Fall Play 2, 3, 4; Football 3; J.V Football 2; Key 
Club 4; Play Night 2, 3; Spectrum 3; Spring Play 
2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Thespian Club 2, 3, 4; In- 
door Track 3. 132, 145, 151 

DIANE KAPROSY Teddy Beor 



LINDA JEAN KARLAN Lyn 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 2. 131, 
157 



LINDA MARIE KASUNIC Pixie 

Co-op Student 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 2; PA. Technicians Club 
2, 3; Ski Club 3; Spectrum 3. 137 



SYLVIA KASUNIC 
KATHLEEN IVA KAVON 



Sylvia 
Kathie 



STEVEN M KAY Steve 

Cadet Bond 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Concert Bond 2; 
Marching Bond 2, 3, 4. 140, 153 

TERRANCE KEARNS Terronce 

EDWARD KELLER Ed 

JOHN KELLEY John 

MARTIN STEVEN KELLEY Marty 

Codet Band 3, 4; Concert Bond 2; Marching Bond 
2, 3, 4, P. A. Technicians Club 3, 4. 140 

WILLIAM DANNY KELLEY Bill 

Concert Band 2; J V. Football 2; Ski Club 4. 157 

ROBERTA KELLY Bobbi 

Cadet Band 2; Friendship Club 4; G.A.A. 4; March- 
ing Band 2; Student Supply Store 3, 4. 131, 137 

LAURA MARGARET KEMPERT Kemp 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Accompanist 4; Girls Glee Club 
2; Talent Scouts EHS 2. 144, 145 

RICHARD ALLEN KERSRAW Richard 

Cadet Band 2, 3; MarchMS Bond 2, 3; N.F.L. 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 2, 3, 4r^, Woi Nopolo 3, 4; Moth 
Club 2; National Honor-^feciety 4 150, 156, 160, 
163 ' 



SANDRA KESSLER ■' Sam 

Concert Bond 2, 3; FncndS.hip Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 
4; FT A 2; Student Council Representative 3, 4; 
Senior Class Cabinet 4;:-SWtionol Honor Society 4. 
129, 131, 160 > 



TOM KEVERN 
MICHAEL KEYES 



ROBERT FRANCIS KILROY 
Transfer Student. 



MARILYN CAROL KING 



Tom 
Mike 
Bob 



King 

Euclid Choir 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 
3, 4; F N C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; 
Student Council Representative 2; Survey Represen- 
tative 2; Usher 2. 131, 135 



JEFFREY LEE KINSEY Jeff 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Boys Glee Club 2. 144 

DOUGLAS KIRCHNER Doug 

Letterman 2; Track 2. 

RALPH NEAL KIRCHNER Ralph 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Boys Glee Club 2; Folk Club 
4, F.T.A. 4. 134, 144, 158 

THOMAS KIRCHNER (^---^ Tom 

Football 3, 4; J V Football J; Gym Leaders 2; Letter- 
man 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; J.V Wrestling 2; National 
Honor Society 4 160, 17S 

CHRISTINE ANN KLAUE Tina 

Transfer Student; F.N.C. 3; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4; Drama 2. 129 

GARY THOMAS KLECKNER Kleck 

Big Show 2, 3; Choral Masters 3,4; President 4; Boys 
Glee Club 2. 145 

MARJORIE LYNN KLEIN Margie 

Transfer Student. 

LAURA H. KLEMENC Laura 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Reporter 4; Ski 
Club 4. 136, 157 



SHARON ANN KLOCKER 
Transfer Student. 



MARY KL05KY Mory 

Friendship Club 2,4; F.T^~^,4; Treasurer 4; G.A.A, 
' ' " Club 2K Foirtical Affairs Club 

Spectrum 2, 4; Spirits 4,l%JJ5(fent Council Rep 



Usher 
■esiden 




Secretory 3; 
r Society 4; World 
56, 159, 160 



MICHELE M. KMET Mike 

F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 4; Student Council 
Representative 2; Usher 4; Wai Nopolo 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Scandal Typist 4. 134, 156, 157, 165 



SUSANNE MARIE KNIESS 



Suz 



Big Show 3; Bowling 4; Choral Masters 4; Eucuyo 2; 
Eucuyo Representaetive 2; Friendship Club 2, 4; F.N.C, 
4; Girls Glee Club 3; Hall Guard 2; Ploy Night 3; 
Student Council Representative 2; Usher 2. 131, 
135, 144 



Beth 

idship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Boird 4; G A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
i 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Spirits 
Motive 2, 4; Survey Busi- 
f^nior Scandal 4; Nation- 
131, 134, 157, 159, 160, 



BETH ANN KNOX 
Euclidian Representative vj^d 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive- " 
Homecoming 2; Ski Clutti-; 
4; Student Council Repr^ 
ness Staff 4; Usher 2, 3,% 
ol Honor Society 4. 129, 
165, 169 

PATRICIA KOCEVAR 



CLAUDIA KOCHER 

Friendship Club 2, 4; Hall Guard 2. 131 



Pot 

Cookie 



OLIVE VIRGINIA KOGER Oily 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; Cabinet 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 
4; Vice President 4; G.A.A. 4; Political Affairs Club 
4; Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 2, 4; 
Survey Representative 2, 4; Usher 2, 3; Folk Song 
Club 4; World Affairs Club 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Sales Managers 4. 129, 131, 134, 148, 149, 158, 
159, 165 

CYNTHIA ANN KOHLER Cindy 

Transfer Student, 



KATHLEEN ANN KOLMI 
G A A. 2, 3, 4; Nat: 




FRANCES HELEN KOMAR 

FT. A. 2, 3; Usher 2, 3; DEC. A. 



MICHAEL A. KOPACH 
Cross Country 3, 4; Letten 
Track 3, 4. 157, 186 



Mike 
Ski Club 4; 



JOHN LAWRENCE KORTHALS 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; PA. Technicians Club 2. 



BARBARA ANN KOSS Barb 

Friendship Club 2; Girls Glee Club 2. 

ALLAN RAY KOSTREBA^ , "^ Al 
Big Show 3; Moth Clutlvi /Jational Honor Society 
4; Orchestra 2; Ski Cluli32 Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4. 129, 157, ISO 



ROBERT KOSTREBA 



Bob 

John 



JOHN EDWARD KOVATCH 
Bowling 2; Golf Club 4; Key Club 3, 4; Lettermc 
3; Student Council Representative 4; Swimming Tea 
3. 129, 132 



WILLIAM JOSEPH KOWICKI 
Transfer Student; Marching Band 4. 



PHILLIP KOZIERA Phil 

Student Council Representative 2; Office Assistant 



ROBERT J. KOZLEVCAR Kozy 

Chess Club 2; Fortman's Club 3, 4; Key Club_3, 4; 



DAVID JOHN KRAL _ Scratch 

Cross Country 3; Key QluMj, 4; Letterman 2, 3; 

Notional Honor Society 'Mi^rack 2; Senior Scandal 
4. 132, 160, 165 



FRANK MICHAEL KRANE 



Sonny 



G. JEAN KRENSKY Jeon 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Choir 2, 3; Marching Band 2; Orchestra 2; 
Pep Band 2; F.N.C. 3, 4. 131, 134, 135, 136 



265 



JOHN KENNETH KRIEGER 


John 


KATHERINE KRONK 


Kathy 


Friendship Club 2. 




FREDERICK KROTINE 


Fred 


KAREN KROPF 


Little Karen 


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





ROBERT P. KRUNK 



ERNEST FRANK KRYSTY En 

Political Affairs Club 4; Folk Club 4. 149, 158 



KENNETH KUCHAR5K1 Kuch 

Fall Play 4; NFL. 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Folk Club 4; 
Executive Board 4. 157, 158, 163 



WAYNE ANTHONY KUKLA Tomoto 

Baseball 2; E-Room Activities 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. 
Football 2; Golf Team 3, 4; Gym Leaders 2; Letter- 
men's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4. 163, 178 

JAMES JOSEPH KURRENfcs? Jim 

Big Show 2, 3; Chevron^^^ 3, 4; Concert Bond 
2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3,«i|{archina Bond 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 3, 4; Pep BancHp. -t; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 4; 1132, 139, 142, 143, 160 



VALERIE JOANNE KUS"t5=5^ Vol 

Transfer Student; EucuyoVS^i^k/Nattonal Honor Society 
4; 160, 165 



PATRICIA KWIECIEN 

Euclidian Reoresentative 2; Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 

3,4; Girls Glee Club 2; Junior Red Cross 3; Student 

Council Representative 2; Survey Representative 2. 

135 



CHARLOTTE MARIE LA CAVA Char 

Friendship Club 2; FBL.A. 4; G.AA. 2; Spectrum 4. 
136, 159 



KAREN ELIZABETH LACKNER Karen 

Friendship Club 2; GAA. 3. 

CHERYL LoFOLLETTE Cheryl 

ELIZABETH LAMACCHIA Liz 

Bowling 4; Friendship Club 2. 

GARY CLAUDE LAMB Chipmunk 

Foreman's Club 4 152 

JOHN T. LAMB John 

Cross Country 3; Letterman 3; Track 3. 

THOMAS LAMONT Tom 

Bowling 2; Football 3; Foremen's Club 4. 152 

MARY ANN LANG Mauna 

LEONARD JAMES LANGE Lenny 

Baseball 2; Basketball 3, 4; J,V, Basketball 2; Cross 
Country 4; Homecoming 4; Track 3, 4 186 

LAURA JANE LANSER Pumpkin 

FT, A 4; GAA. 4; Hi 

159 



ELAINE MARION LAPIN5KAS Loinie 

Co-op Students 4; Eucuyo Representative 2; Friend- 
ship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 2. 137 

JOHN ANTHONY LATCH John 

IRENE LAUKIAVICH Irene 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2, 4. 



MICHAEL PAUL JOHN CARMELLA LAVIGNA III 

Pierre 
Chess Club 2; Gym Leader 2, 3; Lettermen's Club 
2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. 
Wrestling 2. 163 



GARY WAYNE LAVORGNA 
Homecoming 2, 4. 



ROBERT LEGGATE Bob 

Big Show 3; Fall Play 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 157 

NANCY JANE LEHMAN Nancy 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Political Affairs 
Club 4; Spectrum 4. 131, 134, 149, 159 

VICTORIA LEHMAN Vicki 

Friendship Club 4. 131 



JOHN ROBERT LEHR j;:;^/ John 

A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Big Sho^^'Sl Choral Masters 3, 4; 
Euclidian Editorial Staffpf « Copy Writer 3; Copy 
Editor 4; Euclidian TrainiBijWub 2; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; 
Key Club 2, 3, 4; Moth Ciqr2. 3, 4;National Honor 
Society 3, 4; I.CJ.S. 4. 137, 133, 150. 161. 170, 171 



ROBERT LEMIEUX Bob 

Big Show 3: Bowling 3; Football 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 
4; Survey Representative 4. 152 

DOMINIC LEMMO Don 



Diane 
4; Usher 



DIANE MARIE LENARCIC 



MARTHA LEONHARDT 

Co-op Students 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 137 



JAMES LEPPERT 

Cross Country 2. 3, 4;^^S Leaders 2; Letteri 
2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4;'ffl^ional Honor Society 4. 
160, 186 



ROBERT LESKIEWICZ 
DIANE MAE LEUTBECKER 



CAROL ANN LEWIS 
F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2, 3. 



Bob 
Diane 
Carol 



DAVE LIBMAN 



Dave 



Country 3; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 



DOUGLAS LILLEY 
LEON LINDIC 
MICHAEL W. LINDSEY 
NANCY LINSLEY 



Doug 

Leon 

Mike 

Nancy 



Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Spectrum 3, 4; World Affairs Club 2; Folk Club 4. 
136, 157, 158, 159 



IDA JEAN LISUZZO 



FRANCES ANN LAZNIK 
Co-op Students 4; E-Roo 
137 



Fran 
Activities 2; G.A.A. 2. 



DAVID LIVESAY Dave 

Transfer Student; Foremen's Club 4. 152 

MARY LOUISE LOCKER Mary Lou 

Ad Club 3; Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2. 137, 136 

THOMAS LOESCH Tom 

JOANNE KATHERINE LOGAR Joanne 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 3. 135 

MAUREEN LOHMEYER Reen 

Big Show 2, 3; Fall Play 3, 4; Faculty Play 2; 
Spectrum 4; Spring Play 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. 
151, 159 

SUZANNE CAMILLE LOHEEtti^ Sue 

Big Show 3; Choral MaiS^"i3. 4; Girl Glee Club 2; 
Political Affairs Club 3; ^Srum 2; Survey Business 
Staff 4; World Affairs CiMif; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Secretary 
3, 4; Notional Honor Societp. 133, 144, 160, 169 

RICHARD LOKAR Rich 

Foremen's Club 4. 152 



JO ANNE MILDRED LONCHAR 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3. 



MICHAEL LONG 

Club 4; Wai Napolo 2. 152 



LOUIS LORENZI Lou 

Transfer Student; Football 3, 4. 178 

ALICE LOVE vSF'^ ^''" 

Euclidian Training Clu^J^/ Friendship Club 2; 
Political Affairs Club 4;\^isdtrum 3, 4; World Af- 
fairs Club 2; National iWM Society 4. 149, 159 
160 [^ 

MARY ANN LOVICK Mary Ann 

Friendship Club 4; Homecoming 4; Survey Representa- 



Molly 
ID. Editor 4; Under- 



lidian-Jjgffeng Club 2; F.T.A. 
G.L.C\-3i,hi Secretary 4; Natic 




MARY ELIZABETH LOWRY 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4; 

class Editor 

3, 4; Secretary 4; G.l _ _ 

Honor Society 3, 4; Sp^affti 2; Spirits 4; Student 

Council Representative 2MSher 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 

Homecoming 4; I.Q.S. 4. 1134, 154, 159, 161, 170, 

171 



ANTHONY T. LUBE 
Foremen's Club 3. 

HOLLY LUCAS 
Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; F.'^ 
Cabinet 3; Notiono' '■ '* 
2, 3, 4; Spirits 4. 



ROBERT LAWRENCE LUCCI Bob 

Cross Country 3, 4; Key Club 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
P.A. Technicians Club 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 132, 186 



KATHLEEN LUCKAY ^^;;^., Lucky 

Ad Club 3, 4; F.T.A. ^-Q^h. 2; Homecoming 4; 
National Honor Society le^Wctrum 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 4. 134, l\Kt«J60, 167 



CAROLYN LUICH Carol 

BETTY LUKSIC Betty 

MARCELLA L. LUSHIN Marcie 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 2. 137 

CRAIG SCOTT MACD0NALJ2. Craig 

Cross Country 2; Gym llra|pi% 2, 3, 4; Junior Cabi- 
net 3; Key Club 4; LettA«i«^/2; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Prom Commitpip2K Science Seminar 3, 4; 
Track 2. 132, 150, leiSsja 

KAREN LEE MACDONALD Karen 

Choral Masters 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Girls Glee Club 2; 
Spectrum 3; Survey Business Staff 4; Accountant 4; 
Survey Representative 2. 145, 169. 

HARRIET MARIE MACK Harriet 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 4; N.F.L. 4; Political 
Affairs Club 3. 163. 

JAMES RAY MACK Red 

JAMES MACK Jim 

PAULETTE MACK Poulette 



DONNA MARIE MAGRI Donna 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 2; 
Spectrum 3. 137. 



DEBORAH RAE MAHANY Debbie 

E-Room Activities 2; Friendship Club 2, 4; F.T.A. 3, 
4; 131, 134. 



MAUREEN ANNE MAHONEY Maury 

Transfer Student; Concert Band 4; Friendship Club 
4; F.T.A. 4. 131, 134, 139. 



DENISE MALENDA 
ROBERT MALINAK 



Bob 
Chuck 



CHARLES MALLUE ^^'7? 

Cadet Band 2; Concert M^S, 4; Euclidian Business 
Staff 3, 4; Business Mai«|rf' 4; Euclidian Represen- 
tative 3, 4; Euclidian fSwing Club 2; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; National Horfcr Society 3, 4; Pep Bond 
4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 4. 139, 156, 157, 161, 
162, 172. 



JAMES MALNAR 
CONSTANCE MANDEL 
CAROL JOYCE MANSUY 



Connie 
Carol 



266 




CONSTANCE ELISE MAS 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; National teite/Society 3, 4; Spectn 
2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; Studert||t»ncil Repri 
Executive Board 4; Surv^(tSditorial Staff 4. 
134, 159, 161, 169. 



ELIZABETH JEAN MARCfc 
Concert Band 2, 3, 4; R 
3, 4; National Honor Soki 
Band 2, 3; Spectrum 3,| 
142, 157, 159, 160. " 



74; Morching Band 2, 
/(; Orchestra 3, 4; Pit 
ki Club 4. 134, 139, 



BONNIE MARIE MARINCIC Bonnie 

Drama Workshop 4; E-Room Activities 4; F.B.L.A. 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 4. 131, 136, 157. 



SHARON ANN MARN 



BARBARA MC MAHON Borb 

Friendship Club 2. 

HENRY ARTHUR MC LEAN Hank 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4. 

DIANNE MEKEDIS Dianne 

Euclid Choir 2; Eucuyo Representotive 2; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee 
Club 2; DEC. A. 4, Reail Management 4, Student 
Council Representative 2, Usher 2. 131, 136. 

IRENE MELNIKAS Renee 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 4; N.F.L. 4. 131, 



ROBERT LOUIS MERVAR 



MARGARET MOLINARq 
Assemblies 2; Friendshfj 
4; Ski Club 4; Senior 
ciety 4. 134, 157, 160,< 



Peg 
F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 
4; Nationol Honor So- 



MARTHA ANN MOLNAR Marty 

Friendship Club 2; Student Council Representative 
2, 4; G.A.A. 2. 129. 

FRANK J. MONATERl Frank 

Chess Club 2. 



JAMES L. MONOYUDIS Greek 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 
2, 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Representa- 
tive 2, 3; Football 2, 3; J.V. Football 2; Boys Glee 
Club 2; Gym Leaders 2, 3; Lettermen's Club 2, 3; 
Letterman 2, 3; N.F.L. 3, 4; Student Representative 
2, 3, 4. 129, 145, 146, 163. 



MARY R. MAROLT 
Friendship Club 2. 



JACK MARRON 



CHARLENE MAR5EY 



THOMAS MARTIC 



FRANKLIN MESEC 
ROBERT MESTER 



Frank 
Bob 



WILLIAM M. METCALF Bill 

Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Gym Leaders 2; Fore- 
men's Club 4; Vice-President 4; Letterman 2; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2. 152, 157. 

CONNIE MARIE MIERKE Con 

Senior Scandal 4. 165. 



BONNIE LOU MOONEY 
Main Office Assistant 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN MARY MOORE Kothy 

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



KENNETH MOORE 



MICHAEL WAYNE MOORE Mike 

Cadet Bond 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3; Science Semi- 
nar 2. 



GEORGE K. MARTINSEN Kit 

J.V. Basketball 2; E-Room Activities 4; Key Club 
4; Lettermen's Club 2; Letterman 2, 3, 4; N.A.SS. 
2, 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 3, 4; Survey Business 
Staff 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 132, 149, 163, 169. 



PATRICIA MASTRO Bozo 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3, 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council Representative 2 
131, 157. 



DENNIS MICHAEL MATKO 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Finalist 3; 
4; Football 3, 4; J.V. 
Letterman 3, 4; Nati 
3, 4; Student Council RepB 
cil Executive Board 3, 4. 



Denny 

aofl 2; E-Room Activities 

2; Gym Leaders 3; 

Society 3, 4; Spirits 

live 2; Student Coun- 

)29, 133, 159, 161, 178. 



SANDRA LEE MATTES Sandy 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 3 4- 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 2; Survey Representa- 
tive 2. 131, 134, 157. 



JO ANNE MIKLAVIC Jo-jo 

Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Student 
Council Representative 2. 136. 

BRUCE MILLER Bruce 

CRAIG MILLER Craig 



DONALD HENRY MILLER Don 

Homecoming 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Assemblies 2, 3, 4. 



GEOFFREY MICHAEL MILLER Weasel 

Bowling 3, 4. 

JAMES I. MILLER Jim 

Transfer Student; Chorol Masters 2, 3, 4; E-Room 
Activities 4; J.V. Football 2; Boys Glee Club 2; Key 
Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Survey Business Staff 4; Sur- 
vey Representative 4; Senior Scandal 4; Sales 
Manager 4. 144, 157, 165, 169 



DONNA LU MORETTI Donna 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls 
Glee Club 2, I.Q.S. 3, 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2, 4; Survey Business Stoff 3, 4; Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager 4; Survey Representative 3, 4; Usher 
3; Woi Nopolo 3, 4. 129, 134, 156, 162, 169. 



DARLENE KAY MORGAN Morgue 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 4; Friendship Club 
2 G.A A. 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3; 
Ploy Night 3. 139. 



TERRY MORGAN 
ROBERT MORRIS 
PATRICK MORSE 
RICHARD NEIL MORSE 
GAYLE ANN MOSKOWITZ 



Terry 
Bob 
Pat 

Little Beak 
Gayle 



CAROL ANN MAUPIN Mouppy 

Cadet Bond 2; Friendship Club 2, 4; FBLA 4 
G.A.A 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 4. 131, 136, 159. 



EDWARD ANDREW MAUSER Mouse 

Swimming Team 3; Wai Napolo 2, 3. 

KAREN MAWSON Karrie 

Friendship Club 2. 

BONNIE MC ARTHUR Bonnie 

Euclidian Representative 2; Friendship Club 2; F T A 
2, 3, 4; G.A.A, 3; Political Affairs Club 3, 4; Spec- 
trum 3, 4; World Affairs Club 3, 4; Vice-President 
4. 134, 149, 159. 

LAURETTA ANN MC CARTNEY Loura 

Friendship Club 2; Girls Glee Club 2. 

SUSAN Y. MCCLAIN Sue 

JAMES RAY MCCONOCHA Jim 

Fall Play 2, 3; Stage Craft Club 2, 3. 

VIRGINIA MCCREIGHT Ginger 

Transfer Student; Euclid Choir 4. 146. 

SHARON LYNN MCGILL Shoron 

Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 
2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 134, 173 

ROBERT MC KENZIE Bob 

Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERTA MC KENZIE Bobbi 



RICHARD MC KINLEY 




JAMES ROBERT MILLER Jim 

Football 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Gym 
Leaders 2; Letterman 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 163, 178. 



RITA ANN MILLER 
F.B.L.A. 4. 136. 



RONALD GENE MILLER Ron 

Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A, 4; Movie Club 3, 4. 136, 
137, 152. 



WILLIAM ALLEN MILLE 
Choral Mast.>rs 3, 4; J.\ejK*tboll 2; Junior Cobinet 
3; Key Club 3, 4; Stud awE ouncil Representotive 3; 
Student Council Executivepoard 4; Senior Class Pres- 
ident 4; National Honor Society 4. 129, 132, 145, 
160. 



LOUIS MILONE 
136, 137. 



THOMAS MITCHEL 



JUDIE ANN MITCHELL 



THOMAS ORIN MOENICH Tom 

CAROL LYNNE MOFFETT Carol 

F.N.C. 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Folk Song Club 4; G.A.A. 
2. 135, 158. 

DUANE MOHORIC Duanc 



KATHRYN DOLORES MOULDER Koy 
Euclid Choir 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; NFL. 3, 4; PA. 
Announcers 2; Student Supply Store 3; World Af- 
fairs Club 3, 4; Girls Concert Choir 4. 134, 146, 
149, 163. 



JEFFREY MUELLER Hick 

Eucuyo Representative 2; DE.CA. 4. 136. 



PATRICIA MULHALL Pot 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; F.N.C. 
4; G.A.A 2, 4; Student Council Representative 2; 
Ski Club 3, 4; World Affairs Club 4. 131, 135, 149, 
157. 



JAMES JOSEPH MURRAY Jim 

Gym Leaders 3, 4; Talent Scouts EHS 3. 

ROGER MURRAY Roger 

JANE MUSICK Jone 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Po- 
litical Affairs Club 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council 
Representative 2; World Affairs Club 4; Senior Scon- 
dal 4. 131, 134, 149, 159, 165 

JOSEPH MUSTAR Joseph 

GERALDINE GAY MYERS Puddles 

Euclid Choir 2, 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Girls Glee 
Club 2, 3; Student Council Representative 2; Tolent 
Scouts EHS 3. 



PETER FREDRICK NAGODE 



Pete 
Cindy 



JANETTE IRENE MOLCF 
Friendship Club 2, 3, ' 
Spectrum 3, 4; National; 
157, 159, 160. 



Jan 

i.L.A. 4; Ski Club 4; 
Society 4. 131, 136, 



JANET NAINIGER Jan 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Spectnjm 3, 4. 131, 136, 157, 159. 



267 



ROBERT TUSH 10 NAKAJI Punkin 

Key Club 3, 4; Letfermon 3; Swimming Team 3, 4; 
J,V. Swimming Team 2; Tennis 3; Woi Napolo 3. 
132, 156, 201. 



GAIL CAROL NARDY 



GINA LEE ONDERDONK 



KAREN O'NEILL 
Transfer Student. 



NANCY ELLEN PATRICK Half-Pint 

Big Show 3; Fall Play 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Ski Club 4; Spectrum 2, 3; Spring Play 3; Drama 
Workshop 3. 157 



SARAH PATTERSON 
Friendship Club 2. 



MARLENE CAROL NASS 

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



WAYNE ALLAN OPALK 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Lefterman 4. 

GERALDINE ORAZEN 



PAUL ALAN PAVLIK Paul 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Executive Board 
4; Boys Glee Club 2; Key Club 3; Movie Club 2, 3, 
4; N.F.L. 4. 144, 145, 152, 163 



LAWRENCE NAYLOR 



LESLIE J. NELSON 



E-Room Activities 4; FT.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Girls 
Glee Club 2; Political Affairs Club 4; Spectrum 4; 
Student Council Representative 2; World Affairs Club 
4. 134, 149, 159. 



CAROL OREN 
JOHN ORLIKOWSKI 
DALE OSTER 



Carol 
John 



THOMAS LEROY PAVLIK Stretch 

J.V, Basketball 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; 

Junior Cabinet 3; Marching Band 4; Orchestra 4; 
Pep Band 4; Track 3. 139, 42 



JUDITH PEARCE 

Friendship Club 4; F.B.L.A, 4, 131, 136 

MARY KATHRYN PEARSON 



JOHN NEMETH 



COLLEEN MARIE OTIS 



THOMAS AL NEUMAN 
Camero Club 3, 4. 153. 



ERIC NEYLON 



JEANNA NIELSON 



Choral Masters 4; E-Room Activities 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Homecom- 
ing 4; Student Council Representative 2, 4; Talent 
Scouts EMS 3, 4. 129, 131, 135, 145 



JOSEPH NOCH 
Foremen's Club 3. 



CHERYL A NODA 
F.N C. 4 135 



BERNADENE NOVAK 

Transfer Student; Survey RepresentatiN 



RITA NOVAK 



JUDITH KAYE NOVINC Judy 

Varsity Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2; G.A.A, 2, 
3, 4; Euclidian Representotive 2; PA, Technicians 
Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Volleyball 3; J.V. Volleyball 2; 
Survey Representative 4. 



PATRICIA ELAINE OBERSTAR Little Devil 

KATHLEEN MARIE O'CONNELL Kathy 

Eucuyo Representative 2 



CALVIN PORTER PACKAF; 

Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Le^ 
Track 2, 3, 4. Indoor Trao 
National Honor Society 4. 



3, 4; N.F.L. 3,4; 
'13, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; 
Bfl88, 160 



CHRISTINE M. PADO Tina 

Friendship Club 2; Girls Glee Club 2, 4. 146 

RICHARD PAGE I 



MIKE PALADINO 



:il Representati\ 



Mike 
2; J.V. 



RONALD PALES 

Baseball 2; Golf Club 4; Swir 



CHRISTINE A. PALFY 
Bowling 4; G.A.A. 4. 



MICHAEL JOHN ROBERT PALKO 



JOHN HUDSON PALMER John 

Cross Country 3; Hall Guard 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 3. 132 



LINDA PALMER |-i;=;r,z^ Lin 

Euclidian Typist 3; Euclidiat!ST|-Shing Club 2; Friend- 
ship Club 4; F.T.A. 2, 3,'HMpectrum 2; Student 
Council Representative 2; S6|=>MEy Representative 2; 
National Honor Society 4. 131,134,160 



JAMES MEVEN PECK 



DAVID WALTER PEEK 



ROMAINE CECILE PENKALA 



Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Homecoming 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4; World Affairs Club 
4. 131, 134, 149, 157, 159 



JOSEPH PENNY 
AMY PERCIC 



JOHN LEE PEREKSTA Lee 

Chess Club 2; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; 
Pep Band 4; Pit Band 4; Swimming Team 4; Wai 
Napolo 4. 139, 142, 156 



NICK PETER PERENCEVICH 
Big Sho 



ties 4; Fo 



Cabinet 
hing Bond 2; National 
dent 4; Pep Band 2; 
ttee 3; Spectrum 2, 3; 
Council Representative 
Editorial Staff 2, 3, 



2, 3; Homecoming 3, 

3; Lettermen's Club 3 

Honor Society 3, 4; 

Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Pror 

Treasurer 3; Spirits 4; Sti 

2, 3; Executive Board 4; Su 

Tennis 2, Buckeye State Representatn 

Class Cabinet 4; Letterman 3, 4. 129, 139, 159, 

161, 162, 163, 167, 178 



JAMES PERKINS 
Transfer Student. 



Seni. 



BARBARA JEAN PERKO 



MARY ANN ROSE OFCIARCIK 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 3. 



MARILYN OGRINC T:::;:;ziL^ Morilyn 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4VS|&tutive Board 4; F.T.A. 
4; G.A.A. 3; Girls Glee ChM^i; Homecoming 4; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Prom CommittSSiB; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 4; Usher 2; Notional Honor Society 4. 
129, 131, 134, 160. 



SUSANNE CAROL PALMER 
Transfer Student. 



JOANN PANNETTA 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 



JOSEPH A PAOLUCCI 

Transfer Student; Bowling 3, 4; J.V, Wrestling 3. 



SUSAN JANE PERKO 



ntative 



Eucuyo Repre 

2, 3, 4; Historian 3; P 

Honor Society 3, 4; Or 

Student Supply Store 3 

ness Stoff 4; Survey RepSesentat 

137, 142, 161, 169 



JAMES PERRY 



idship Club 2; F 

AFS, 4; Natl 

3. 4; Spectrur 

Survey I 



Sue 

,T,A. 



EVERETT LITTLEDEN OLDS III Skip 

Baseball 3; J.V. Football 2; J.V. Swimming Team 2. 



JEFFREY RONALD PAPALKO 



JOANN PERRY 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4. 134 



TERRY OLIVER 



ANN OLOSKY 



LINDA CHARLENE PAPP Pappy 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 3. 

NANCY PARATTO Nancy 

Transfer Student; Co-op Students 4; G.A.A, 3 137 



BARBARA JEAN PETEK Barb 

Spectrum 2. 

MARY ELLEN PETELINKAR Mare 

F.B,L,A, 4; F.T.A. 4; Homecoming 4. 134, 136 



DENISE OMERZA 

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



PHILIP ALLEN PARKHUR5T Phil 

Transfer Student; Ski Club 4. 157 



JAMES C. PETERSEN 

Boys Glee Club 3; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2. 



268 



RICHARD ALLAN PETERSON Dick 

Cross Country 3; Letterman 3; Indoor Track 3, 4. 



DIANE LUCILLE POWERS 



ALLEN RANALLO 

Cross Country 2, 3; Golt Club 2, 3, 4; Track 4. 



JEAN THERESE PETKOVSEK 



Jean 



E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Manager 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; President 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; Survey 
Business Staff 4; Survey Representative 4; Senior 
Scondal 4; Senior Closs Cabinet 4. 131, 154, 165, 
169 



FRANK JOSEPH PETRIK 



JOHN MICHAEL PETRUZZI 
Baseball 2. 

BONNIE LEE ANN PETTEK 
Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 4. 

JOYCE ELAINE PETTIT 
Politicol Affairs Club 3. 



JAMES PETTY 



GERTRUD PHILIPP 



CHARLES PHILLIPS 



DARLENE MARIE PRAGACY Dolly 

Friendship Club 2, 4; FT. A. 4; G.AA. 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 4; N. F, L. 4; 
Spectrum 2, 3, 4. 131, 139, 146, 159, 163 



HAROLD G. PRASEK Hal 

Cadet Bond 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4; I.Q.S. 4. 129, 140, 142, 153 



Betty 

^ub 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 

Club 2; I.Q.S. 3, 4; 

r Society 4; Survey 

nge 4; Survey Repre- 

134, 157, 160, 162, 



DANIEL PRAZNOVSKY- 

Big Show 3; Choral MB 
Society 3, 4; PolitiC( 
Club 4. 145, 149, 161 



ELIZABETH JANE PRESTON 

Euclid Choir 3; Friend^ip;; 
Executive Boord 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Notit 
Business Staff 4; Paper 
sentative 2; G.A.A. 2, I.Q.! 
169 



DONALD PRICE 



IVAN HOWARD PRICE 



LINDA LEE PRICE rn;^, P^'icie 

Friendship Club 2, l/S&m.N.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Ski CMlI^; Spectrum 2; Student 
Council Representative SiMJMher 2; Senior Scandal 4; 
Notional Honor Society 4. 11 31, 134, 135, 157, 160, 



BEVERLY ANN RANNEY 



CARRIE RATZMAN 



Euclidian Training Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3; Survey Editoriol Staff 4; Copy Editor 4; I.Q.S. 4. 
134, 167 



STEPHANIE RAVNAHRIB 



DEMISE RAY .- 

F.N.C. 3, 4; Ski Club \ 
Representative 2; Nati^ 
i57, 160 



DONALD E. RAYBUCK Dick 

Co-op Students 4; Hall Guard 2. 137 

JOHN ROBERT REDMOND John 

THOMAS REED Tom 

Baseball 3; Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 3, 4. 132 

GEORGIA ANN REICHE George 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 

RALPH F. REICHMAN Ralph 
Foremen's Club 3. 



EMILIA MARIA PICCIANO 



Big Show 2, 3; A.F.S. 4 
five Board 4; Fall Pla' 
F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Play 
Spring Ploy 2, 3, 4; Sti 
4; Tolent Scouts EHS 2 
National Honor Society 4. 
144, 145, 160, 163 



LINDA ANN PICOZZI 



SHEILA MARY PIERCE 



Amy 

Masters 3, 4; Execu- 

riendship Club 2, 4 

Club 2; NFL. 3, 4 

Prom Committee 4 

I Representative 

Thespian Club 2, 3; 

129, 131, 133, 134, 142, 




Cheerleaders 2; Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 4; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Notional 
Honor Society 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 4, 
134, 135, 156, 159, 160 



ROSE ANN PINK 



ELEANOR MARIA PIPER 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Book Store 
2, 3; National Honor 
Spectrum 2, 3, 4; 
2, 3, 4; Survey Represent 




Masters 3, 4; G.A.A. 

3, 4; Secretary 4; 

I Representative 

World Affairs Club 



PHYLLIS EILEEN PIPER Phyllis 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; N.F.L. 3; 
Spectrum 4. 134, 135, 159 

LARRY PLESNICAR Lorry 

JOSEPH RICHARD PLOVOCK Joe 

Codet Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3. 

ALVIN M. PODBOY JR. Al 

Political Affairs Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 149, 157 



PEGGY ELLEN PRICE Peg 

G.A.A. 2; Friendship Club 4; Ski Club 4. 131,157 



CAROLE LANI PRILES 

Cadet Bond 2; Eucuyov^ 
Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 
Society 4; World Afair 
160 



issentative 2; Friendship 

2, 3; Notional Honor 

r(ub 2, 3, 4. 134, 149, 



GARTH PROCTOR Garth 

ANDREW PROKOP Andy 

Foremen's Club 4, Wrestling 3. 152 

JUDITH ANNE PUNGERCHAR Judy 

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

KAREN PUNGERCHAR Karen 

JOAN PUREBER Joonie 

Euclidian Training CluKSs'll^T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3, 4; Girls Glee Club mM£.C. 3, 4; Vice-President 
4; Notional Honor SoSMS' 3, 4; Student Council 
Representative 3; Usherl2; Majorette 3, 4. 134. 
154, 161 

LOIS ANN PYLE Lo 

DENNIS MICHAEL RACE Denny 

Tronsfer Student; Baseball 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2. 132, 
157 



EDWARD M. RACICH 



Big Ed 



Big Show 2, 3; Choral Masters 2, 3, 4; Footboll 2; 
J.V. Football 2; F.T.A. 4; Boys Glee Club 2; Gym 
Leaders 2; Key Club 2, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Ski Team 
3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Spring Play 2, 3; Student Council 
Representotive 4; Swimming Teom 3, 4; J. V. Swim- 
ming Team 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 3. 132, 
134, 145, 156, 157, 201 



SUSAN ELIZABETH REIDER Susie 

Cadet Bond 2; Concert Band 3, 4; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Marching Bond 
2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 2; Wai Napolo 3, 4. 
134, 139, 156, 157 



JUDY REINKE 



WILLIAM RENNINGER Bill 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4,rSiyrman 2; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; 
Political Affoirs Club 4B*©ice Seminar 3, 4; Survey 
Editoriol Staff 4; Tralffif, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society^; I.Q.S. 4. 149, 150, 160, 
163, 167, 186 ' 



MARILYN BERNADETTE KATHLEEN RENZ Marilyn 



MARGARET ANN REYNOLDS 



Marge 



Euclidian Editoriol StafKSra/ Assistant Picture Editor 
3; Picture Editor 4; EuJMSa/ Training Club 2; F.N.C. 
3; G.A.A. 2; Hall GuaM*/ Notional Honor Society 
3, 4; Spectrum 2; SpiriTsff; Student Council Repre- 
sentotive 2, 3. 159, 16f, 170 



MARIE RIBAR Marie 

Transfer Student; F.N.C. 4; Spectrum 4. 135, 159 

DOREEN RICCI Doreen 

Euclid Choir 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 



JUDY ANN RICHARDS Jay 

Co-op Students 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Euclidion Training 
Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2; Junior Red Cross Club 2, 3; Red Cross Club 2, 3. 
136, 137 



THERESA LOUISE RICHMOND Terry 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Red 
Cross 2, 3; Red Cross Club 2, 3; Student Council 
Representative 2; Folk Song Club 4. 131, 158 



GARY RIEDEL 
J, V. Footboll 2. 



TERESA POPOVIC 
G.A.A. 4. 



PATRICIA ANN POPOVICH 



E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Ski Club 4; G.L.C. 3. 131, 134, 
157 



KENNETH RAFTER 



LINDA RALLS 
Euclid Choir 3; 



; Friendsraiejiib 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
ve Board 4;|3fB6 Glee Club 2; Notionol 
lety 3, 4; w8ffi!Mbpolo 2, 3, 4. 134, 156, 



THOMAS RIEDER Tom 

Political Affairs Club 3, 4. 149 

DONNA FAYE RIHTARSHICH Ricky 

Choral Masters 4; Euclidion Club 2; Friendship 
Club 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Majorette Club 2. 131, 144 



269 



MARGARET F. RINAS 
F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2 



MICHAEL EDWARD RUSCIN JR. 



ROBERT RUDOLPH SCHNEIDER 



CAROLYN SCHOTT 



DAVID RICHARD ROBB 



Rosh 



Concert Band 2, 3, 4; ctefiifc Cabinet 3; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band VKiSei/its 4; Student Council 
Representative 4; SurveifelSftorial Staff 3,4; J.V. 
Swimming Team 2; Wai NffiBlo 2,3,4; Senior Scandal 
4; Senior Class Cabinet 4; j^tional Honor Society 4; 
I.Q.S. 4. 129, 156, 159, 160, 165, 167 



ANTHONY ROBERTS 



Tony 



Euclidian Representative 2; Homecoming 4; Key Club 
4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Survey Representative 4; Swimming Team 
2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Gymnasts Club 4. 132, 163, 
157 



GWENDOLYN ROBERTS Gwen 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Homecoming 4; 
Junior Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 4; 
Spectrum 4; Student Council Representative 2; Survey 
Representative 4. 131, 157, 159 



LINDA KAY ROBERTS 



JOHN ROE 

Transfer Student; Wrestling 3, 4. 



WAYNE LAWRENCE R 



RICHARD ROSE 

Folk Song Club 4. 158. 



KENNETH ROSENTHAL 





Chess Club 2, 3, 4; HalB:^c»d 2; Lettermon 4; Po- 
litical Affairs Club 3, 4;\|lflfiis 2, 3, 4; World Af- 
fairs Club 2; Notionol H^P^ Society 4. 149, 148, 



CHRISTINE MARGRET ROSS Chris 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 
3, 4; NFL. 4; Spectrum 2. 131, 163, 146. 



ELAINE ROSSI 



KAREL LYNN ROSSOW 



KENNETH ROBERT ROWE Rowcich 

Transfer Student; Fall Play 4; Key Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Survey Business Staff 
3, 4. 132, 157, 169. 



BONITA LOUISE R02MAN Bonnie 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 3; Student Council Representative 2. 
131, 134. 



GERALD J. RUSS Jerry 

Cadet Bond 2; Camera Club 3; E-Room Activities 2; 
Movie Club 2; P. A. Announcers 3; PA. Technicians 
Club 2; Science Seminor 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 3. 150. 



MARIE JANICE RUTH 



RICHARD RUUSKA 



LOREEN CATHERINE SABOL 



Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; G.A A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Student 
Council Representative 4; World Affairs Club 4. 
129, 131, 134, 144, 149. 



JANICE KATHLEEN SABOT Jon 

Transfer Student; Junior Red Cross 3. 

BETTY JEAN SAFREED Seymour 

Co-op Students 4. 137. 



PATRICIA ANN SAJNA 



FRANK SAJOVIC 



Baseboll 2, 3; Bowling 3; E-Room Activities 2, 3; 
Football 3, 4; J V. Football 2; Hall Guard 3; Letter- 
man 3, 4. 178. 



SANDRA SALETEL 



DON STEPHEN SANDERS Bwana Don 

Golf Club 3, 4; 0;fice Assistant 3, 4 



JOHN PETER SAS J. P. 

Bowling 2, 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Wrestling 4. 



CHESTER DAVID SAUNWAY 

THOMAS ALLEN SAYLOR 
Transfer Student; Bowling 4. 

CATHY JOAN SCHEINER 
Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 146. 

DONNA MARIE SCHERVISH 



RONALD PAUL SCHERVISH JR. 
Hall Guard 2. 



Chet 
Tom 



RICHARD SCHOVAL 
RICHARD SCHROEDER 
THOMAS SCHULTHEIS 



Richard 
Rich 



ling 4; Hall Guard 2; 



Junior Cabinet 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 
4; Lettermen's Club 3; Letterman 3; Student Council 
Representative 2; Track 3. 132. 



ERIC SCHULTZ 
DONALD LEE SCHULZ 



FRED SCHUTT 



WALTER THOMAS SCHUTTENBERG 
Movie Club 2, 3. 

MARTHA LOUISE SCHV 

Euclidian Training Club sP'N.C. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Survey Represerftative 4; Survey Training 
Club 2; National Honor Society 4. 134, 135, 160. 



JANET LEE SCRIBNER 
E-Roo 



Scrib 

Activities 4; Eucuyo Representative 2; Eu- 
clidian Business Staff 3, 4; Typist 4; Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 2; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2; Moiorette Club 2, 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Student Council Representotive 2; Usher 
3; I.Q.S. 4; Prom Committee 3. 134, 157, 173 



JUDITH SEAMAN Judi 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 2. 131. 

DAVID SEMICK Dave 

JOSEPH FRANK SETINA Joe 

E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; J.V. 
Wrestling 2; Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4. 163. 

MARIAN S. SEVERING Marian 

Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 2. 137. 

ERAINA SHAMANSKY Eraina 

THOMAS SHANNON Tom 

LINDA ELLEN SHEMITZ Peonuts 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Co-op Students 4; Friendship Club 
2; F.B.L A. 2, 3; Marching Band 3; PA. Technicians 
Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; D.E.C.A. 4; Folk Song Club 
4; Spectrum 3. 136, 137, 157, 158. 

SUSAN ILLONA SHEMKUNAS Susi 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 4; Spectrum 4; World Af- 
fairs Club 4; Fall Play 4. 134, 149, 158. 



SHARON ROZNIK Shoron 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 

HARVEY RUBIN Harv 

Cadet Bond 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 4; Orchestra 4. 142, 



PAMELA JEAN SCHEURMAN 



P. J.'S 



Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Eucuyo Repre- 
sentative 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Bond 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Orchestra 4; Home- 
coming 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Ski Club 4; 
Spectrum 3, 4; Student Council Representotive 4; 
Usher 3; World Affairs Club 4. 129, 131, 134, 139, 
142, 149, 157, 159, 163, 165. 



ARTHUR CHARLES SHERWOOD Art 

Bowling 2, 3; Cross Country 2; Foremen's Club 4; 
Gym Leoders 2; Hall Guard 3 ;Key Club 2; P.A. 
Technicians Club 3; Student Council Representative 
2; Track 3. 152. 



RAYMOND PAUL SHIRK 



JANET MARY RUDD 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4. 152. 

MARLENE ELLEN RUDER 



PAMELA ANN RUDIAK 



Euclid Choir 2, 3; Euclidian Representative 2; Friend- 
ship Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3,. 
131, 136. 



LAURA JEAN SCHLEGEL 



SANDRA SCHLENSKER 



DENNIS FRANK SCHMALTZ 



DAWN MARIE SIELAFF 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 

JAMES P. SINTIC 
Foremen's Club 4. 152. 

JANIS ALICIA SIPPOLA 
G A.A. 2, 3. 



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KATHLEEN DIANE SKONIER 



Kathy 
1 3, 4. 



SONJA MARIE SKRLJ Sunny 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Staff 3, 4; Art Staff 
3; Art Editor 4; Euclidi^JrRferesentative 2; Euclid- 
ian Training Club 2; gJ^/2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
Executive Board 4; MarMiA/Band 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Pit B^TOS; Science Seminar 3, 4; 
I.Q.S. 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4if Ski Club 4; J.V. Basket- 
ball 2; United Appeal Representative 4. 139, 150, 
154, 157, 159, 161, 162, 170, 171. 



RONALD C. SKULLY Skull 

Bowling 2, 3; Cross Country 2; Foremen's Club 4; 
Gym Leaders 2; Hall Guard 2; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3; Track 3. 152. 

SHARON ANN HELEN SKUPIC Sharon 

Co-op Students 4; I.Q.S. 4; Friendship Club 2; 
F.B.L.A. 2. 137, 162. 



KARL SLAYBAUGH 



ROBERTA SLUSSER 



JANICE MARIE SMEKER Jann 

Euclid Choir 2; Eucuyo Representative 3; Euclidian 
Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3; 
F.T.A. 2. 142, 184 



DONNA RAE SMITH 
E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4. 

GARY SMITH 



RONALD SPACAGNA 
ANTHONY SPILAR 

CATHRINE SPINO 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 

FRANK SPINO 



JUDITH DIANE SPRIN 



Ron 
Tony 



G.A.A. 2; Li..,-.-. 
Club 3, 4; Spect 
4. 157, 159 " ' 




Club 3; Panther 4; Ski 
National Honor Society 



Janie 



JANE MARJORIE STAHL 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; Advisory Board 4 
Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2 
Majorette 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4 
Survey Representative 2; Winter Festivol Court 3 
National Honor Society 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 134 
144, 145, 159, 160, 184. 

KAREN LYNN STANLE'g^j;^ Kaye 

Transfer Student; 



Club 2; F.B.L.A. 



Sue 



SUSAN LEE STANLEY 

Girls Varsity Bosketball .I 4; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Euclidian Business Stalte3^,'%; Euclidian Representa- 
tive 2; Euclidian TraiteA^lub 2; Friendship Club' 
4, F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2MJ4fH°'^ecoming 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society SlEM' Spectrum 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 2; Student Council 
Executive Board 3, 4; Survey Representative 4. 129, 
131, 159, 161, 169. 



BONITA STARMAN 

Friendship Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 157. 



VICTOR STRAUSS 

MARY LOUISE STREKAL 

Euclidian Business Staffc^; 
culation Manage 
Euclidian Training Clu' 
F.T.A. 2, 4; G.A.A ' 
Affairs Club 4, Treosu 




Little Lulu 

stont Senior Cir- 

ition Manager 4; 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 

2, 3, 4; World 

ty Basketball 4; 



ling 4; Senior Scandal 4; Senior Class Cabinet 
4; Notional Honor Society 4; I.Q.S.. 131, 134, 149, 
159, 160, 165, 169. 



ALBIN STROHEN 



ry 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 3, 4; 
4; Orchestra 2; Student Council Rep- 
2; Track 3, 4. 132, 186. 



JAMES LEE STRUNA Ji 

Baseball 2; Cross Country 2, 3; Track Manager 3. 




SUSAN MARY STRUNA' 



Cheerleoders 2, 3, 4 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Nat 
ling Que. 



RICHARD JAMES SUBEL 



GERALDINE SULLIVAN 



DENNIS EDWARD PAUL SUSTARSIC 



4; Friendship Club 2; 
Society 3, 4; Spirits 4; 
161, 198. 



FRANCINE STEELMAN 



FAYE SVENWOL 



SUSANNE SVIRSKY 



144, 159, 178. 



NORMA JEAN SMITH 



Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Boord 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Majorette 3, 4; Majorette Club 
2, 3, 4; Head Majorette 4.; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2, 4. 129, 134, 184. 



SUSAN SMITH 



Sue 



Big Show 3; Fall Play &fe4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 
4; Notional Honor SoSfef3, 4; Political Affairs 
Club 3, 4; Spectrum 2,Mj; Survey Editorial Staff 
3, 4; Survey Representative 2; Thespian Club 3; 
World Affairs Club 2. 134, 149, 159, 161, 162, 167. 

WILLIAM SMITH Bill 

F.T.A. 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 134, 142. 

JOSEPHINE ANNE SMRDEL Jo 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 

CHARLOTTE MARIE SNABLE Char 



BARBARA ANN STEFANIK 



DAVID PHILLIP STEGH 

RICHARD WAYNE STEGURA 
Wrestling 4; J.V. Wrestling 2. 



CHERYL ROBERTA STEIGAUF 



Dave 
Little Joe 



Cherie 



Girls Basketball 2; Big Bfl 
ship Club 2; F.T.A. 4:\i 
2; N.F.L. 3, 4; Secretali 
3, 4; Science Seminar f 
Ploy 3; Thespian Club 3 



MARY LOUISE STEKZER 



iW,7, 3; Fall Play 4; Friend- 
IfgA. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 
f^ National Honor Society 
j^; Spectrum 2, 3; Spring 
' 134, 161, 163. 



Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 134, 139, 142, 
163. 



CRAIG STENGER 



DAVID MICHAEL SWADDELL 



Dave 



Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Clraer^iuntry 3; Moth Club 4; 
National Honor Societ^ftf Si; Political Affairs Club 
4; Science Seminar 2, sKfcfSpectrum 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3. 4; SuFviy' Representative 4; Track 
2. 148, 149, 150, 159, (61, 167. 



SARA JANE SWANEY Sally 

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

2, 3; Girls G'ee Club 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 3; Ski Club 

3, 4; Woi Napolo 3. 146, 157. 



BONNIE LYNN SWANSON Bonnie 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 
3. 4; G.A.A. 2; Student Council Representative 2; 
Wai Napolo 3, 4. 131, 135, 156. 



LEROY SWANSON 



RAY SWEIGERT Roy 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 
144, 186, 188. 



ARLENE SNITZKY cSsf^ 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4Bf»A. 4; G.A.A. - 
3, 4; Spectrum 4; Natiora^ Honor Society 
134, 154, 159, 160. HT 



JOANN SNOWBRICK Joann 

Friendship Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Junior Red Cross 4; 
Political Affairs Club 3, 4; World Affairs Club 4. 
131, 134, 149. 

GARY SNYDER Gary 

BARBARA SOEDER Borb 

KATHLEEN FREDRICA SOEDER Kitty 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3. 

WILLIAM WESTLY SOMERS Bill 

Moth Club 4; World Affairs Club 4. 149, 150. 

GERALDINE SOMRAK Gerry 

JUDITH ANN SONNTAG Judy 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Spectrum 3. 



KATHERINE STEPHENS Kathy 

Transfer Student F.B.L.A. 4. 136. 

MARY STEPHENS Margie 

Tronsfer Student; J.V. Basketball 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
G.L.C. 2, 3; Survey Representative 4; Track 2, 3. 

RICHARD STERLING Rich 

Transfer Student. 

RALPH STIBLEY Ralph 

JOSEPH STIH Joe 

DIANE ELIZABETH STOCKER Stocker 

Cadet Band 2; Cheer^plS 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 4; Spectrum 4; Ex*jyifcfe Board 4; Survey Rep- 
resentative 4; Senior S^^Ml 4; Chief Typist 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4.T^4, 159, 160, 165. 

EDWARD JOSEPH STOPKO Eddie 

Track 3. 



THOMAS SWITZER 
ERNEST STEVEN SZABO 



Letterman 3, 4; Swimming Team 3, 4; J.V. Swir 
ming Team 2; Track 2. 201. 



KAREN ANN TABS 



SHIRLEY TARANTINO 



Friendship Club 2, 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 
3, 4; Treasurer 4; Hall Guard 2; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2. 131, 134, 154. 



HENRY ALLAN TEKANCIC Buz 

Baseball 2; Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Gym Lead- 
ers 2; Ski Club 4; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2.; 
E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4. 157. 



JOHN B. TEKAVEC Tek 

EDWARD JAMES TEKAVIC Tek 

Eucuyo 3; Political Affairs Club 3; Ski Club 4; Spec- 



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MARYLYN TERCHEK 



DAWN TETRICK 




KATHRYN ANN TROOP 



Kathy TIMOTHY ULLOM 



i/TA. 2, 3; F.B.LA. 3; 
■? Society 4 131, 136, 



Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Home- 
coming Court 4. 131, 135. 



PATRICIA ANN THEIL 



Co-op Student 4; F.B.L.Ij 
G.LC. 3, 4; Notional Hd 
154, 161. 



THOMAS Dl ETHER THEIS 



Baseboll 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; J V. Basketball 2; 
Euclidian Representative 2; Gym Leaders 2; Spirits 
3. 193. 



CHERYL THOMAS Cheryl 

KENNETH THOMAS Ken 

Football 2, 3, 4; Gym Leaders 2; Letterman 2, 3, 4. 



SHARON LYNN THOMAS Sherry 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Homecoming 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4; Student 
Council Representative 4. 129, 131, 157, 159 



BARBARA L THORPE 



LEONARD TICHY 



Gym Leaders 2, 4; H 
Representative 4; J.V. Sw 



SALLY JEAN TIEDMAN 



LINDA TIFFANY 



Barb 
Club 2, 3; 



ing 4; Student Coi 
ng Team 2. 129, 



Euclid Choir 3; F.N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee 
Club 2; Survey Business Statf 4; Survey Representa- 
tive 2; Usher 3; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4. 135, 156, 169. 



JACQUELYN TILLETT Jackie 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 2; Girls Glee Club 
2, 3. 

LOUREEN TI2ZAN0 Lo 
Transfer Student. 

ALAN TOLWAY Al 



DONNA TOMKO 



KAREN LEE TOMOLETZ 



LOUIS C. TOMSIC 

Foremen's Club 3; Stage Craft Club 2. 

SANDRA IRENE TOTH 



DIANE ROBINSON TOTTEN 



Dee 



G.A A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; President 4; G.LC. 4; 
PA. Technicians Club 2, 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 
3; Ski Club 3; Survey Reporter 4; Survey Typist 4; 
Usher 3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Volley- 
boll 2, 3, 4; Varsity Field Hockey 3; Varsity Soft- 
ball 2. 154, 155, 166. 



Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Hall Guard 2; Ski Club 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 2; Survey Representative 4; Usher 3; World 
Affairs Club 4, Varsity Hockey 3; Varsity Volleyball 
3. 131, 134, 149, 157. 



TIMOTHY N. TROYER 

KAREN GAYLE TRUESDALE 
Euclidian Training Club 2; G.A.A. 3. 

CAROLYNN ELAINE TRYON 



TIMOTHY N. TRYON Timzy 

Big Show 3; Cadet Bond 2; Chevron Society 4; 
Choral Masters 4; Concert Bond 3, 4; J.V. Football 
2; Marching Band 3, 4; P. A. Technicians Club 3, 4; 
Ski Club 4. 139, 143, 144, 157. 



SHARON ANN TUCCERI Sherry 

E-Room Activities 3; Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3, 4; 

G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4. 
135, 184. 



LAWRENCE TUCCI Larry 

SHARON LEA TUCCI 2C 

Bowling 4; Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, 131 

5HERYL ANN TUCCI Tuc 

Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2; 
G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; United Appeal 
Committee 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4. 139, 165. 

JEFFREY ROBERT TUCKER Tuck 



THOMAS MICHAEL TUMBRY "T" 

Key Club 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; NFL. 4; Swimming 

Team 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; President 4. 
132, 156, 163, 201. 



JAMES GORDON TURPIN Jim 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3; Marching 
Band 2, 3; Track 2, 4. 



PATRICIA A. TUROPOLAC Pat 

Friendship Club 2, 3. 

CONSTANCE TUTHILL Connie 

Fall Plap 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; N.F.L. 3; Play 
Night 3; Student Council Representative 2; Survey 
Business Staff 3, 4; Survey Representative 4. 169. 

GILBERT TUTINO Gil 

KATHLEEN MARY TYLER Kathy 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Majorette 4; Majorette 
Substitute 3; Majorette Club 2; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3. 184. 

ORALEE GAYE TYLER Oralee 

J V. Cheerleader 2; Euclidian Representative 3; 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; 
Panther 4; Ski Club 3; Usher 3; Wai Napolo 4; Survey 
Representative. 199, 156. 



JOHN ROY ULSTROM 



BARBARA MARIE UNION Barb 

Main Office Assistant 3, 4. 

SANDRA URBANCIC Sandi 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2. 131. 

WILLIAM VADNAL Bill 

Concert Bond 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Bond 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 3, 4; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4. 132, 139. 

NANCY VALINCE Nancy 

Senior Scandal 4; Cheerleaders 2; E-Room Activities 
3; Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 
2; Panther 4; Ski Club 4. 131, 157, 165, 199. 

KENNETH R. VANDEVEER Ken 

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Lettermen's Club 2, 

3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Swimming 
Team 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Captain 

4. 132, 156, 157, 163. 

MARY ANN VARDIAN Mary Ann 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Treos- 
urer 3; Vice-President 4; Mojorette Club 2, 3; Usher 
3; Wai Napolo 4. 131, 144, 155, 156. 

JUAN RAFEAL VARGAS-BRENES Juon 

Foreign Exchange Student 1964-1965; A.F.S. 4; Key 
Club 4; Marching Band 4; Student Supply Store 4; 
Survey Editorial Staff 4; I.Q.S. 4. 132, 133, 137, 
162, 167. 

CAROLYN MARIE VARGO Carolyn 



CRAIG ROGER VERNICK Craig 

Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 2; Letterman 2; N.A.S.S. 2; Swimming Teom 2, 
3; Woi Napolo 2, 3, 4. 132, 156. 



KATHRYN JO VERNON Kothy 

Euclid Choir 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 
3, 4; G.A A. 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 3, 4; Ski Club 3; 
Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 3, 4. 129, 
131, 135, 146, 157, 159. 



GERALD VITOLO Gerry 

JANET FRANCES VOVKO Jan 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4. 131. 

CAROL RAE VRANEKOVIC Carol 



BARBARA ANN VRH 



DOUGLAS UCHBAR 
BETTY UFHOLZ 



Doug 
Betty 



DARLENE KAY VUKCEVIC 



KATHIE WALF Kathy 

Transfer Student; G.A.A. 4. 



JERRY TOUBMAN 

WILLIAM R. TOWN 

BRUCE ERIC TRAVIS 

DARRELL TREBEC 
Cross Country 3 

TERRANCE S. TREBEC 

Key Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4. 132, 157. 



Bruce 
Darrell 



BERNICE ANGELA ULIZZI 



THOMAS ULLOM 



Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Gym Leaders 2; 
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 4. 129, 163, 178. 



GAYLE LYNN WALKER 



TERRY LYNN WALLACE 

F.S.L.A. 4; Junior Red Cross 3. 136. 

WILLIAM WALSH 
Swimming Team 2. 
RICHARD WALTERS 



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CHERYL ANN WALTON Walnut 

Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 146, 157. 



GLENN WALWORTH 

SCOTT ROBERT WAMBSGANS 



Glenn 
Red 



BARBARA JEAN WARD; 

ncert Band 2, 3, 4; ittg 
National Honor' 
Wai Napolo 2, 




SUSAN MARY WARNER 

AF.S. 3, 4; Semi-Fin 

Treasurer 4; Friendsh 

I.Q.S. 3, 4; Nat 

2; Spirits 4; Student 

Survey Business Staff 3 

World Affoirs Club 3; Treasui 

159, 162, 169 



ROBERT S. WARREN 



3, 4; Marching Band 
ty 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; 
'39, 156, 159, 161. 



Susie 

•K, Choral Mosters 3, 4; 

" Girls Glee Club 2; 

iety 3, 4; Spectrum 

Executive Board 4; 

Ad Manager 4; Usher 2; 

129, 133, 144, 



Concert Bond 2; Cross Country 2, 3; Letterman 2, 3; 
Marching Band 2; Track 2, 3; Indoor Trock 2, 3. 



ROBERT J. WARZIN 



Baseball 2, 3; Gym Li 
Notional Honor Society ! 
132, 150, 161. 



NANCY CAROL ANNE WASCHURA 



Affairs Club 3; World Affair 



VICTORIA JEAN WASHNER 



DONNA LEE WATERW|S 

Euclidian Editorial Sta^ 
Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, - 
Society 3, 4; Spectri 
Representative 4; I.Q.S. 
162, 171. 



Euclidian Training 
3; Notional Honor 
3, 4; Student Council 
129, 134, 159, 161, 



LINDA SUE WATSON 

Transfer Student; Choritj ffesters 4; Euclid Choir 
Friendship Club 4; F.TMIa, 4; G.A.A. 3; Politit 
Affairs Club 3, 4; SecHW/ry 3, 4; World Affaii 
Club 4: National Honor tociety 4. 131, 134, 144, 



STEPHEN ROBERT WATSON Steve 

Basketball 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Football 3, 4; J.V. 
Football 2; Gym Leaders 3; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 163, 178, 188. 



LYNN ELLEN WEHAGEN Lynn 

Friendship Club 2; Girls Glee Club 2, 3. 

ERIKA WENDEL Cookie 

Junior Red Cross 3 

JOAN MARIE WENDORFF Jo 

Friendship Club 2, 4. 131, 160. 

JOHN WERTENBERGER Wert 

Letterman 4; Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2, 



KAREN ELAINE WESEL 



Kar( 



Euclidian Business StaMj, ||H4; Co-Promotion Mana- 
ger 4; Euclidian TrainirJttjgtjb 2; Friendship Club 2; 
G.A.A. 2; Girls Glee Clutrf?; Ski Club 3, 4, Spectrum 
3, 4; Folk Song Club 4, 'Notional Honor Society 4 
157, 158, 159, 160, 173. 

SHARON WHEELER Shoron 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclid Choir 2; Friendship Club 
2. 144. 

ROBERT DAVID WHITACRE Bob 

Transfer Student. 

MARILYN WHITE Marilyn 

DIANE LYNN WHITEMAN Dee Dee 

Friendship Club 2. 



WAYNE THEODORE WIBLIN 



Big Show 2; Camera Club 3, 4; Choral Masters 2, 
3, 4; Boys Glee Club 2; Spectrum 2, 3, 4. 145, 153, 



PATRICIA JEAN WICHEFF 



Pat 



Choral Masters 4; E-Room Activities 3; Euclid Choir 
3; Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 
2; Junior Cabinet 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; PA. An- 
nouncers 2; Student Council Representative 2; Survey 
Representative 2, Talent Scouts EHS 3, 4; Usher 2 
131, 144. 



JOYCE MARIE WICHER' 




Euclidian Training Clul 
Board 3, 4; N.F.L. 3, 4; 
134, 161, 163. 



ROBERT ALLEN WICKES 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Boy 
4; Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wr 

DARLENE ANN WIDLICKA 

Friendship Club 4; G.A.A. 2. 131. 

DAVID CLINTON WILBER 



Will 



Big Show 3; Chess ClubP2; j;'.*; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Training Club\-2£.Key Club 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestrk„Bi/ Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 3, 4; Science Sem^S'2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 132, 139, 142|l48, 150, 160. 



JOHN DAVID WILDER JR. 



Dave 



Cadet Bond 2; Camera Club 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Key 
Club 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 
2; Survey Business Staff 3, 4; Business Manager 4; 
Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 4; Senior Scandal 4. 
132, 153, 156, 159, 162, 165, 169. 

CARLEEN WILL Carleen 

Friendship Club 2, Student Council Representative 4. 



DOROTHY ANN WILL Dorothy 

Transfer Student; Friendship Club 4. 131. 

WALTER WILLIAM WILL Walter 

MARGARET ELIZABETH WILLS Peg 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 2; 
Student Council Representative 2; Survey Represen- 



GAYLE LEE WILSON 



Squeaky 



Cadet Band 2; Concert Bond 3, 4; Euclidian Edi- 
toriol Staff 3, 4; Faculty Editor 3; Senior Editor 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science 
Seminar 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Student Council Alter- 
nate 4; I.Q.S. 4; Ski Club 4. 134, 139, 150, 159, 
161, 162, 171. 



LINDA WILSON 



MARY KAY WINCE 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Gymnostii 
4; Science Seminar 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Politic 
foirs Club 4, 131, 134, 149, 150, 159, 



LEE WINKLEMAN Wink 
Wai Napolo 2; Swimming Team 2, 3. 

SCOTT WINSOR F^ ^ 5<^°" 

Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Nfet^i, 3, 4; Notional Honor 

Society 4; Political AfMjClub 3, 4; President 4; 

Spectrum 3, 4 149, 153X159, 160, 163. 

JOYCE ROSE MARIE WOHLGEMUTH Joycie 



KATHIE WOLF 

Transfer Student; G.A.A. 4. 



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CHERLYN WOOD 

Choral Masters 4; FrieiVd^^ Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; N.F.lif*' Notional Honor Society 
4; Student Council ReprBMative 4. 129, 131, 135, 
144, 160, 163. ! 




CONNIE ANN WOTRINl 



WILLIAM EDWARD WUNDERLE 



ALAN CHARLES YACA: 



JOYCE YERTY Joyce 

Concert Bond, 2, 3, 4; ^clitfion Business Staff 3, 4; 
Euclidian Training Club fe if .t A. 2; G.A.A. 2; March- 
ing Bond 2, 3, 4; Pep SaSd' 3, Pit Bond 3; Science 
Seminar 3, 4; United Ajiplldl Chairman 3, 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Notional Honor'Society 4. 139, 150, 160, 
165, 173. 

JOANNE FRANCES YORK Jo 

LORRAINE YOUNG Shortie 

ROBERT YUHAS Bob 



ELIZABETH ANN ZADNIKAR Betty 

Friendship Club 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Home- 
coming 4; Student Council Representative 4; 129, 
131, 136. 



DIANE ZADRAVEC 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Holl Guard 2. 



ELAINE MARIE ZAKRAJSEK 



KATHLEEN A. ZALETEL 



Zok 
4; Survey 



JOSEPH ANDREW ZARR Joe 

Golf Club 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 3, 4. 



RICHARD CHET ZAWACK Rich 

J.V. Basketball 2; Cross Country 4; J.V. Football 2- 
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4;Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; Indoor Trock 3. 163, 186, 188. 



DONALD ZGONC 
D.E.CA 4. 136. 



MARTIN ZIFKO 



Mortin 
Sherry 



THOMAS PAUL ZIMMERMAN Toi 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Key Club 3, ' 
Morching Bond 2, 3; P.A. Technicians Club 2; Senit 
Scandal 4. 132, 165, 186. 



BARBARA ELLEN ZMIJEWSKI Barb 

Eucuyo 3; Eucuyo Representative 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4; Homecoming 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Ski 
Club 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Student Council Alternate 
4; Girls Gymnastics Club 4. 131, 149, 157, 159. 



GARY ZOLA 



Gary 



Choral Master 2, 3; Eucuyo Representative 2; Eu- 
clidion Representotive 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Let- 
termen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Student Council 
Representotive 2, 4; Swimming Team 3, 4; Wai 
Napolo 2, 3. 129, 132, 163, 201. 



EDWARD ZOVACK ■^■-'^ Ed 

Cadet Bond 2; Cross cian»fS« 3, 4; Key Club 4; Let- 
terman 3, 4; Track 2, XiUsI Notional Honor Society 
4. 132, 160, 186, 188.^^4^ 



LINDA ZUPANCIC Lindo 

Friendship Club 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; D.E.CA. 4. 131, 136. 

JAMES L. ZUST Jim 
Track 2; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2. 



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Mr. Pringle Row I (Lto R): Marilyn Mann, Sharon Pawlechko, Pat Gualrdo, Fran Amato, Linda Balogh. 
Row 2: Tom Blakeslee, Tonn Baker, Denny Bilyk, Jan Bielfelt, Barb Brandich, Linda Switzer. Row 3: Jerry 
Ritzu, RaTph Cebron, Jim Siska, Tim Baur, Marty Doyle, Ron Huszar, Lynn Baumgardt. Row 4: Dick Dillow. 
Ken Congin, Greg Butler, Terry Boich, Barb Blakeiy, Marcia Chapman 



Miss Harris Row I (L to R): Kothy Welsh, Becky Porter, Marilyn Perko, Randy Jernejcic, Shirley Krapcnce, 
Jim Tomko, Pam Costantino. Row 2: Laura Bucknot, Mary Ellen Garisek, Cookie Hudock, Sue Breitsch, Vic 
Traino Wally Harwood, Laura Haytas, Karen Kovach Row 3 Barbara Gesten, Joe Straub, Jeff Watson, 
Jim Reed Craig Manchen Steve Hosa, Bruce Stephensm Dan Jezerinac Row 4 Louie Mavrich, Kirk 
Nicholson, Jim Duffy Rich Klemenc Steve Kirk Walter Clough Mark Smith, John Speck 





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Miss Cormody Row 1 (L to R): Kothie Kordet, Pat Piwowor, Donna Bashel, Sharon Ske.v.s, Carol Hayward, 
Rosemarie Grabitz. Row 2: Jon Sanda, Lynda Spokas, Joan Pnleson, Kathy Murphy, Kathy Krall, Becky 
Kapterer. Row 3; Paf Sinclair, Carol Ivancic, Jim Francis, Chris Mandel, Roy Larick, Paul Bagocius. 



SOPHOMORES 



Mrs. Guzman Row 1 (L to R): Olga Koren, Cindy Gerwig, Kathy Schaser, Judy Knack, There Zupancic, 
JoAnn Hubish, Connie Ruscitto, Row 2: Linda Pestothik, Martha Ross, Jo Ann Svetin, Karen Skolaris, Linda 
Murray, Donna Heintz, Nancy Stryiewski Row 3: Karl Fuchs, Fred Skok, Ellen Schulfz, Cliff Felden, Heidi 
Walworfh, Cheryl Oyler, Kathy Warszawski. Row 4: Dennis Verdi, Frank Mramor, Denny Reinke, Pat 
Motyiasik, Mike Cinolli, Jim Rieder, Bob Troop. 




Niebes Row 1 (L to R): Pot Doyle, Barb Douer, Ken Mog, Bruce C 
Garling, Norm Schoen. Row 2: Margaret Pograis, Leah Stan 



Margie Engel, Debbie Dutro, Kathy G 
Heglaw, Jim Stem, Jim DeViney, Elmo Hoi 
Christie, Bill MocDonold, Lo 
John Reese 



iherry Wohl, Nancy Hagstrand, 

z, Donno Serksnis, Sue Lemm, 

Madden, Lubo Hadzima, Mike 

, ^MMvj .,„,,, .c=, Judy Wright, Jim Ehlerf, Russ Leisenheimer. Row 4: Su,e 

;e Laub, Carol Kovccic, Charles McLaughlin, Lincoln Gunton, Ned Simpson, 





Mrs. Gotes Row 1 (L to R): Gerri Arfz, Janet Basa, Cyndy Klawon, Judy Brown, Jim Candela. Row 2: 
Bob Harps, Jerry Blackford, Sue Botes, Carol Burhenne, Joyce Kurowski, Lenore Strauss. Row 3: Carol Brondi, 
Jjm Carmigiono, Rick Harps, Ed Behun, Jeff Corrish, Row 4: Tim Closen, John Haviriek, Ron Bock, Terry 
Moleckar, Eugene Bielfelt, Richard Krasch 



SOPHOMORES 



Mrs. Kaye 

Cartney, Jii 
Powell, Row 



3w 1 (L fo R): Maureen Dempsey, Karen Bruce, Kathy Schroeder, Tony Butticci, Tom Mc- 
Paolucci. Row 2: Jim Krysty, Ray Pavlik, Dennis Granchi, Tim Sinfic, John Lipnicki, Roy 
I: Joe Lipko, Joe Ferencok, Bloin Dougherty, Andy Kytle, Jim Evans, Doug Woolson. 




Mrs. Niebes Row 1 (L to R): Sandy Schervi 
Donna Phillips, Barb Widmar. Row 2: Donne 
Schwane, Andrea Vidmor, Nancy Kane, Sharor 



Bruce Hoppert, ChL 
Hollowoy, Tom Boyce 



McCr 

Paul Hotter 



Kovacs, Pat Geddes, Diane Korrer, Marg Jarvis, 

,ky, Cindy Gront, Alice Cercek, Jill Jando, Betty 

Row 3: Marc Woyner, Lorry Shirk, Dove Kurrent, 

Mosek, Marcia Rtxie. Row 4: Greg Swetgert, Rick 

nger. Bob Sikorski- 



Dick Kolesar, Tom 





Miss Cormody Row 1 (L to R): Pat Mann, Janet Mc Cauley, Char Wendall, Josi Percic, Marsha Beery, 
Jackee Lushin, Gail Polly. Row 2: Karyn Lingenfelter, Linda Doliack, Bob Fiorelli, Al Sinkovic, Bob Klein- 
henz, Kathy Calvert, Luci Oliverio. 



Mrs. Cowon Row 1 (L to R): Noreen Ross 
Dorothy Sustersic, Nancy Kaselik. Row 2: 
Lynne Lardin, Wendy Brown. Row 3: Carole 
Diane Thomas, Cheryl Davies, Tom Caronfc 
Paul Baker, Sharon Anderson, Barbara Wile 



Cindy Arvidson, Barbara Wince, Helene Riggs, Kay Muir, 
ickie Cabala, Mark Capretta, Bill Doehring, Linda Bohinc, 
[oul, Richard Tiderman, Noreen Benvenuto, Linda MelnikOs, 

Row 4: Sherry Wieland, Barbara Bowman, Linda Kopniske, 




Mrs. Fuerst Row 1 (L to R): Jackie Albertone, Connie Beckwith, Karen Doremus, Pom Budinsky, Gail 
Booth, Pat Mc Mullen, Linea Purvis. Row 2; Lori Noiniger, Nancy Kocjancic, Lori Logar, Maryann Cherney, 
Dorothy Urbancic, Nancy Urbancic, Beth Acks. Row 3: Robin Kellerman, Janice Anderson, Sue Albrecht, 
Sue Roberts, Jim Bukovac. Row 4: Les Artman, Jim Allsip, John Civic, Ghenn Swanson, Chris Jochum, Alan 
Borazanian, Richard Lawson 





Mrs. Cowan Row 1 (L to R): Barb Emig, Ann Bi|ak, Jim Kostina, Pat 
Smith, Roselind Kever. Row 2: Larry Selepak, John Grbovac, Creed Bensc 
Jim Trovarca, Ralph Culmer, Carol Dragolich. 



irter, Yolanda Chetnik, Donno 
John Leioxnd, Frank Chapos, 



Mrs. Fuerst Row 1 (L to R): Linda Ullestad, Sondy Sfntof, Nancy Robb, Tom Meros, Gary Consilio, Betty 
Gteller, Ron Lewis Row 2: John Noga, Sue Yozipovich, Deb Beckwith, Sue Land, Pot Meighan, Wayne 
Klotzbach, Marsha Wolton, Lorraine Porulis Row 3: Kofhy Batich, Sharon Petrovich, Carol Switzer, Mary- 
helen Biello, Bud Arnold, Tom Seddon, Rex Bendure Row 4: Greg Mucci, Curt Mc Roe, Ken Koch, Linda 
Dailey, Joe Kapler, Ken Frak, Dan Palumbo, Dave Kershaw 




SOPHOMORES 



Miss Morris Row 1 (L fo R): John Arko, Phil Tooddy, Yvonne Hunt, Sharene Long, Lynn Shater, Irene 
Sedmark, Rosemary Horvan Row 2: Norm Corter, Fran Tumulty, Nancy Lavigna, Tom Hehr, Joe Hubish, 
John Schwabauer, John Bour, Bob Gallinis Row 3: Dove Allison, Tim Troyer, Larry Hann, Nick Juranko, 
Tom Langham, Bruce Leicher, Bob Pulver. 




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Mrs. Venoleck Ron 

Schulfz, Frank Sirr 
Willingham, Tony 
Dave Neff. 



in Ausec, Lynda Vongunten, Nick Chireallo, Donald Gillepsie, Loui'^e 

■ 1„ n„K »*„„„,„ i;™ Willett, Dick Brewer, Ernest Szalay, David 

Dick Coup, Jim Buzikowski, John Shafer, 



1 (L to R): K-., .-- ,. 

k. Row 2: Dale Cragle, Bob Mansuy, J 
iupancic. Row 3: Don Lupo, John SuH 



Mrs. Backos Row 1 (L to R) 

Schutte. Row 2: Tom Wotrir 
Jacquie Mason. Row 3: John 
Gubanc, Eileen Roth, 



Gail Kempke, Randy Price, Linda Ruffing, Patti Rock, Sorb Martin, Jim 
J, Glenn Miller, Ken Ginsburg, Laurie Harris, Carol Wasnac, Steve Lowry, 
Huebner, Tom Campbell, Burks Oakley, Walter Bubley, Rick Yager, Dave 




Miss Cormody Row 1 (L to R): Dick Kirk, Dove Fowler, Bruce Hehr, Claire Templeton, Nick Gianforti, 
Nancy Pearson, Roger Cornwell, Nino Bonanno. Row 2: Sonford Mintz, Joe Balogh, Dave Dreier, Valerie 
Mullenkop, Donna Young, Sandra Petite, Karen Lohrke, Veronica Schimes, 




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Mr. Lewis Row 1 (L to R): Tony LaMacchia, Judy Misch, Dolores Sobe, Ruth Ganser, Louis Segreto, Susie 
Cerr. Row 2: Ron Meinke, John Mooney, Arrillo Casey, Rick Smekel, Mike Rupert, Rosemarie Schmitt, Bob 
Smekel. 



Mr. Roebuck Row 1 (L to R): Paula Redding, Judy Coolidge, Anita Pesec, Carol Pred, Kathy Marten, 
Nancy Lohrey. Row 2: Cec Hunt, Claudia Stallings, Judy Luckay, Bonnie Gilles, Sandy Skrlj, Cathy Clements, 
Duane Jarc Row 3: Jeff May, Jack Farrill, Diane Shcfer, Joe Chase, Doug Bartholomew, Mike Mantz, 
Jim Roberts 




Miss Carmody Row 1 (L to R): Kathy Folk, John Roberts, Lynn Saulisberry, Larry Jedlicka, Leslie Little, 
Judy Perko, Kathy Krysty. Row 2: Sandy Norris, Pat Griffin, Sharon Yettra, Jackie Harris, Karen Andrews, 
Pat Weber, Mary Ellen Jaklic. Row 3: Donna Capella, Nancy Ludek, Linda Koeth, Lin Horsey, Sherry 
Macaul, Shirley Papaiko, Don Schulz. Row 4: Jim Yager, Fred Smith, Craig Moss, Jim Pozar, Tom Morris, 
Ray Brow, John Strekal, Gary Lukat, 




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Mr. Pringle Row 1 (L to R): Mary Kearns, Donna Yopko, Linda Siville, Corel Echon, Virginia Dadante, Barb 
Emser, Debbie Portik. Row 2: Jolene Seay, Barb Voss, Chuck Fraley, Art Devlin, Christine Cline, Fred Cuevas, 
Bob Newcomb, Sandra Adams. Row 3: Bill Fait, Frank Match, Quay Proctor, Pam Walker, Jean Zarzeczny, 
Roger Antonick, Jim Brown. 



Miss Koye Row I (L to R): Jenny Wickes, Bill Evans, Bob Hylkema, Nancy Schubert, Noncy Schutt, Jerry 
Tomko, Judi Arnold, Lorraine Behar. Row 2: Catherine Zgonc, Iris Halsey, Sue Weber, Cyndi Theis, Carol 
Lube, Susan Williams, Norene Skerly, Mike Savarin. Row 3: Ronald Heinlein, Dave Kraska, Jan Shinosky, 
JoAnn Hart, Pete Goulis, Al Piller, Ken Mantey, Ray Retro. Row 4: Tom Hoffman, Linda Herak, Lynn Oker, 
Pat Zakovski, Ronold Sterling, Tom Omohen, Larry Crown, Neil Blosse, Bruce Fox. 



SOPHOMORES 




Miss Harrington Row 1 (L to R): Doris Heise, Linda Cochran, Sondy Cochran, Carol Homo, Kothy Stuber, 
Linda Juratovac. Row 2: Cormie Giordano, Roberta Waydo, Sharon Terranova, Holly Kulka, Carol Wortman, 
Sabra Weir. Row 3: Lono Strell, Dove Wright, Steve Zdara, Kathie Markovc, Linda Zimmermen, Joe Vorgo. 
Row 4: Rick Sirl, Lorry Hermsdorfer, Jan Sepchinski, Wilma Jagodnik, Linda Jimison, Cord Zonar. 





Miss Horrington Row 1 (L to R): Gary Ann Schnell, George Neff, Liz Chamberlain, Betty Ciommaichello, 
Denny D'Amico, Carol Vehovec. Row 2: Ann Sarich, Dorothy Kolegar, Tom Medlen, Roger Starmon, Nina 
Kondos, Diane Rees. Row 3: Denny Germovsek, Fran Stack, Dorothy Hocevar, Lori Kattler, Arlene Demico, 
Karlene Nauth. Row 4: Bob Podbay, Jim Zoller, Chuck Lupas, Tom Mc Redmond, Roger Pales, Bob O'Hara, 
Bob Henikmon. 



Miss Horris Row 1 (L to R): Jim Simone, Renee Gullo, Char Farley, Peggy Tarantino, Michele Scacco, Nancy 
Nawor, Bob Rexrode. Row 2: Vol Williams, Russ Kane, Vol Miklausich, Jeanne Jokse, Roy King, Becky 
Leister, Cherry Kitsos. Row 3: Shelly Spivack, Terry Eiermann, Mark Springer, Bill Rechnitzer, Marian 
Schwarz, Brian Cox, Bob Martin. Row 4: Tom Foster, Gary Sawyer, Marty Frank, Jim Korthols, Jim Pizmoht, 
Art Schneider, Rick Nurmi, Doug Hackle. 



SOPHOMORES 




Mr. Pringle Row 1: (L to R): Ellie Lovejoy, Nancy Kovezsdi, Fran Zahar, Carol Williams, Bob Spring, Craig Sen- 
ger. Row 2: Karen Steelman, Sheryn Holland, Donna Glass, Linda Ecker, Pat Moore, Lynn Magri, Jeonette 
Celluro. Row 3: Cliff Plott, John Crosson, John O'Connell, Rodger Kay, Ron Havener, Vince Traven, Jan 
Matic. Row 4: Al Payton, Rich Kleber, Jim Neidermeyer, Doug Fowler, Mike Rose, Dave Jeppe, Leiand 
Lance. 





Miss Cormody Row 1 (L to R): Margo Hiiton, Jo Ann Hess, Dole Racich, Carole Miller, Al St John, Tnm 
Lutz, Rondy Wohlgemuth. Row 2: Pat Toth, Debbi Lipstreuer, Alexis Koziol, Jeanette Yurchek, Rosemary 
Yurchek, Louise Schimpf, Vance Sherman. Row 3: Gary Herak, Chris Kowick, Lindo Verhovsek, Terry 
Hodgson, Joe Zinnicker, Dave Hays, Gerald Peters. 



Mrs. Cowon Row 1 (L to R): Kathy Pausic, Kafhy Sharon, Kathy Stouffer, Barb Underkofler, Carol Schmidt, 
June Ensminger, Mary Vella. Row 2: Kathy Gonas, Bill Langa, Linda Scheibel, Bob Houry, Linda Prioreschi, 
Pom Hohn, John Ruszin, Dale Pec|ak. Row 3: Joyce Rohike, Ron Sweed, Carolyn Kostansek, Sue Kinkelaar, 
Sue Siefert, Leslie McArthur, Mike Mastic. Row 4: Bob Ferris, Dave Russell, Dennis Wohlgemuth, Jerry 
Suhar, Nick Zadnik, Vince Monaten, Jim Kiro, Gerald Golaboff, Rich Preztak. 




Mrs. Gates Row 1 (L to R): Carol Younger, Joyce James, Ruth Hannigan, Marge Doyle, Joan Kropf, Cher! 
Rogaliner. Row 2: John Roskos, Steve Sivec, Bruce Neylon, Cliff Kimes, Steve Markuz, Mike Focareto. Row 
3: Gary King, Bob Eder, Bill Clemence, Lee Hanson, Ken Novak, Bill Teore. Row 4: Tim Horgan, Frank 
Mezgec, Bob Peorn, Mike Boyle, John Marolt, Henry Cordray. 





Mrs. Cowon Row 1 {L to R); Agi Popovic, Peggy Morgan, Joanne Love, Pat Letanusky, Sue Muscenti. 
Row 2: Vicki Seibert, Mary Kay Smith, Diane Kastellic, Ken Boyko, Rick Dvorak, Jean Wilkinson. Row 3: 
Joe Nichols, Jerry Albertsen, Joe Tavernelli, Coleen Zieglar, Dotti Votjek, Linda Guild. Row 4: Chris Doyle, 
Harold Bork, Greg Lopez, Joe Dolenc, Paul Fuerst, Mike Szewcky. 



Mrs. Cox Row 1 (L to R): Susanne Fryer, Barb Hull, Sue Mohusky, Barb Frizzell, Wayne Jersan, Barb 
Gilles, Sue Borsch. Row 2: Carol Melnik, Dorla Pasteur, Laurie Fike, Roily Brown, Jim Moore, Kathy 
Mramor, Jock Strunk. Row 3: John Rice, Jim Guinter, Linda Schultz, David Lieberworth, Quentin Stout, Al 
Tegel, Tim Campbell 




Miss Koye Row 1 (L to R): Jim Parmertor, Al Cirino, Cathy Zupancic, Barb Povis, Cathie Clouser. Row 2: 
Jett Starzynski, Bill Thomas, Frank Piccirillo, Rick Raymond, Richard Poratto, Rick Barabas, Row 3: Harold 
Sirk, Dan Kosanovich, Dennis 'Van Ooyen, Dan Soblesky, Bruce Cohen, Dave Onderdonk. 




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Miss Horn's Row 1(L to R): Mory Ann Potocar, Bernie Brown, Debby Burrows, Marilyn Parziale, Corrine 
Keller, Cynthia Phelps. Row 2: Valerie Laurence, Jessi Loncalo, Tina Kekic, Linda Britvic, Polly Leoni, Carol 
Francis, Terri Testa, Row 3: Joe Howe, Terry Adorns, Tom Barker, Rene Ames, Sharon Cwalinski, Richard 
Smith, Ron Cooney. Row 4: Ellie Kunc, Noreen Kendle, Dale Valentino, Richard Butler, Dale Bitker, 
Danny Fasuk, Doug Cooney. 



SOPHOMORES 



Miss Modison Row 1 {L to R) Carol Sestak, Carol Heinz, Pat Paulchek, Sue Frost, Kathy Kowolski, Nancy 
Smerdel, Rita Mooney. Row 2: Jacqueline Kowitz, Georgette Paiko, Sandra Giivanovich, Jonet Ketchum, 
Julie Stopko, Jill Taylor, Linda Sajewski. Row 3: Robert Ressler, Loretta Hocevar, Susan Harris, Deborah 
Kelley, Joan Reinke, Karen Kozely, Diane Mc Cormock. Row 4: Edward Sabinsky, Robert Scott, John 
Tusoch, Thomas Fink, Marvin Polo, Edward Tousel, Michael Ulepic. 




Miss Madison Row 1 (L to R): Lynn Steinhoff, Sigrid Stephens, Jack Howell, Denise Scheurman, Morlene 
Ducca, Charlotte Neff. Row 2: Nicolette Petardi, Robert Seres, Carol Tekavic, Donna Dougherty, Donald 
Perry, Shirley Stefanow, Daniel Schneider Row 3: Vaughn Kavon, Andrea Betz Norman Locker, Bill 
Mikohc, Donna Wirsing, Donna Taylor Row 4: Joe Lovsin, Richard Neff, Jack Gilles, Michael Lewand, 
Tim Highland, Gary Ruricko Keith Gorlock 




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FUNERAL HOMES 



7204-7208 SupcKioii Ave. 21900 Eublio Ave. 

Cleveland 3. Ohio bet. charoon a e. aaa 

Euclid 17, Ohio 



HEndembom 1-7265 



IVanhoe 1-5277 




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LOUIS HAIR STYLISTS 

20030 Lake Shore Boulevard 
Euclid, Ohio 
IV. 1-3775 



Compliments of 



EUCLID NEWS JOURNAL 



814 East 152 Street 
GL 1-4383 




TUTHILL'S CANTERBURY FLORIST 

557 East 185 St. 
KE. 1-6810 



ED WANK TELEVISION 
SERVICE COMPANY, INC. 

378 East 200 St. KE. 1-1222 

Euclid's Oldest Television Service Company 



CHESTERFIELD 
STEEL SERVICE COMPANY 



1220 East 222 Street 
Cleveland 1 7, Ohio 



MILLWOOD 
MANUFACTURING 

21700 St. Clair Avenue 
KE. 1-4040 



Compliments of 

22034 Lake Shore Blvd 

RE 1-4770 

Cameras, Televisions, Stereos 



DEMSHAR'S 




304 




EUCLID 
WINDOW SHADE CO. 

505 East 185 St. 

KE. 1-4343 



ALVIN'S JEWELERS 

690 East 185 Street 
IV 1-4104 



KNUTH GREENHOUSES 

Phone KEnmore 1-1449 
ENGLISH IVIES OUR SPECIALTY 

21601 Euclid Avenue 
Euclid, Ohio 



SHORGATE OPTICAL 
COMPANY 

270 Shoregate Mill 

Willowick, Ohio 
WH 3-1488 



RHYME 
REALTY COMPANY 

"Where there's Rhyme, 
there's Reason." 



535 East 185 St. 



KE 1-9363 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SIMS BROS. BUICK 

18781 Lake Shore Blvd. 
IV 6-0600 



AMBASSADOR LANES 

22661 

Euclid Avenue 

Euclid, Ohio 

IV. 6-3200 



305 



EUCLIDIAN 



BEAUTY 



COLLEGE 



22714 Shore Center Drive 

AN 1-2600 

"Euclid's First ond Only Beauty College" 





306 



$10,000 

Life 
Insurance 




$40.00 
Annual 
Premium 



PHILADELPHIA LIFE INSURANCE 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT PLAN 

Clifford M. Jones, Agent 

22655 Euclid Avenue 

IV. 6-2535 



Compliments of 

EUCILD 
HEAT TREATING CO. 

23580 St. Clair 486-6460 

1410 E. 222 St. IV. 1-8444 

Euclid, Ohio 



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CHARTERHOUSE HOTEL 

24800 Euclid Avenue 
261-0300 



EUCLID LANES 




509 East 185 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 
IV. 1-1136 




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22066 Lake Shore Boulevard 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 

Featuring the finest in Early 

American Furniture and Accessories. 

Proprietor: Ken Drees 




307 



GRDINA HARDWARE 

22336 Lakeshore Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio 
RE 1-0403 



Residential Commercial Industrial 

Notary Public 

HENRY F. STREKAL 
REAL ESTATE 

20651 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 

AN 1-2640 




P. 0. MclNTIRE CO. 

Pomco Boring Bars & Blades 

25020 Lakeland Boulevard 

Cleveland 32, Ohio 

RE 1-9300 









RADIX WIRE CO. 

26260 Lakeland 

Boulevard 

RE. 1-9191 



ROESCH WALLPAPER AND PAINT 
COMPANY 

Dutch Boy and Benjamin Moore 
Paints 



15969 Broadway 
GR. 5-3450 



855 E. 222 St. 
RE. 1-3585 



RE. 1-0200 



•hloiama flowers 



22382 Lakeshore Boulevard 
Olga Loftus Euclid, Ohio 



308 




MARIO'S FLORISTS 

Euclid Green Shopping Center 
Euclid, Ohio 
IV. 1-9292 



LAKELAND BODY AND PAINT SHOP 

1310 East 260 Street 
Redwood 1-9006 



ST. CLAIR 
BUILDER'S SUPPLY COMPANY 

20020 St. Clair Avenue 

Euclid, Ohio 
531-6000 



Lasalle Cleaners and Dyers 

Pick-up and delivery service 

835 East 185 Street 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

KE 1-3658 



SKI-WAY 

MACHINE PRODUCTS 

COMPANY 

24460 Lakeland 
Boulevard 

RE. 2-9000 




"The Friedman Brofhers" 

FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 

22304 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE. 1-3450 



309 



MARIO'S PIZZA 



26159 Euclid Avenue 
AN 1-0665 



Compliments of 

Williams Music Shop 

897 E. 222 St. 
Euclid, Ohio 

732-8666 




FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA 



"Eye-control is so-o-o important. 




"I hate to force you into 
buying — but ..." 



"Soles ore slipping — must 
need a new approach." 





"Who said I can't join D.E,?" 



"Join the fun — join D.E, 



310 



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3940 FULTON DRIVE N.W. P.O. BOX 243 • CANTON OHIM -14/18 

PHONE 492-2030 



THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY 




Official class photographer. 



RAIMOR STUDIOS 

750 East 185 Street 
IV 1-1166 



312 



EUCLID SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 



22818 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 2-9090 



ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 



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



20850 St. Clair 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

KE 1-8005 




BIG BOUQUET FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP 

480 East 200 Street 
IV. 6-4343 



MODEL FOOD MARKET 

PROPRIETORS: FLORIAN & MARIE KONCAR 

FRESH MEATS — GROCERIES — PRODUCE 

445 East 200 Street KE 1-7447 



313 



PETRICS BARBER SHOP 

783 East 185 Street 

Euclid, Ohio 

IV. 1-3465 



JAY-DEE CLEANERS 

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



MURRAY P. NICOL 
FUNERAL HOME 



19001 Nottingham 
Euclid, Ohio 



KE. 1-0747 




CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 
GRADUATING CLASS 



S<^ BXCAVAtiKG 




CARL A. JONKE 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY 



TREBEC EXCAVATING 

571 East 200 St. 
Euclid, Ohio 



22700 SHORE 

CENTER DRIVE 

RE 1-8400 



ROBERTS SHOES 

694 East 185 Street 

IV 1-1546 

FEATURING: 

Jumping Jacks For Children 

Hush Puppies For Men & Women 

Shoes For The Entire Family 



Compliments of 

PAUL J. EVERSON REALTOR 

241 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6200 



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With every Good Wish To The Class Ofl96S... 

YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



Your city officials 

MAYOR Kenneth J. Sims 

JUDGE, MUNICIPAL COURT William F. Burns 

LAW DIRECTOR William Monroe 

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 Charles W. Wade 

Frank Welling Joseph A. Whalen 

CHIEF OF POLICE, Frank W. Payne FIRE CHIEF, George R. Langa 




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Your Neighborhood Savings Association' 



INSURED SAVINGS 




LOANS FOR HOMES 



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 1-1200 



• 6135 WILSON MILLS RD. 
HI 9-2900 




SKRL 



TOOL & DIE COMPANY 



EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO 



CLASS OF '65 




LA TOUR 
OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

25200 Euclid Avenue 
261-2800 



316 




PRECISION OPTICAL 

DISPENSING COMPANY 

L. V. PROPASKA 
22580 Lakeshore Blvd. AN 1-1166 

9915 Euclid Avenue CE 1-4961 

2037 East 105 St. 213-6484 

20314 Chagrin 751-0112 



THE CONTINENTAL 
PRODUCTS COMPANY 

Euclid's paint manufacturers. 

1150 East 222 St. 
KB. 1-0710 



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"One of our intelligent sales force." 

TED BROCK, 
JEWELER 

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



317 





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 



THE AUSTIN COMPANY 
Steel Fabricating Division 

1245 East 222 Street 
EV 2-6600 




EUCLID RACE 
DAIRY 

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



22070 Lakeshore Boulevard 

Euclid, Ohio 

771-7600 



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CRAIG AND SHERMAN INSURANCE 



318 



THE H. G. RHODES CO. 


IV. 1-6450 


rlumbing Sc Heating Contractors 


685 EAST 200 STREET 
EUCLID 19, OHIO 



CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION 

A NEW TEACHING TOOL IN THE FIELD OF 

EDUCATION 




Serviced by 



FITZGERALD'S COMMUNICATIONS & 
ELECTRONICS 



635 East 185 St. 



Euclid 19, Ohio 



Academy of Medicine 
Brink's, Inc. 
Case Institute 
Cleveland Art Museunn 
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 




PAPP'S BODY SHOP 



21100 St. Clair Ave. 
IV. 1-4333 



319 



modern 







Tl&Tl Lokeshore Boulevard 
Euclid 23, Ohio RE 2-9299 



CLEVELAND MANAGEMENT 
INC. 

26151 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid, Ohio 

731-3642 



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W. OSTROM & CO. INC. 




INSURANCE 


& SURETY BONDS 




21930 Lokeshore Boulevard 




Euclid, 


Ohio 44123 


G. 


W. Ostrom 


Phone 731-2882 




4101 Hough Avenue 
EX 1-9269 



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TITLE 

GUARANTV 

C MORTGAGE 

.COMPANY^ 




CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1965 



James E. Nemecek, Jr. 



Jack W. Nemecek 



Reginald L. Eidnier 



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




321 



BRIGANTI 
STUDIOS 

21099 Euclid Avenue 
IV 1-7100 





Mary Jo Cornelia 



Barbara Budo 



Carole Kapel 





Connie Brenton 



Karen Henderson 




322 




Donna McCullough 

Judy Jean 





Jeff Papaiko 



David Robb 



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Ruth Carlson 




"fOR THOSf IVHO C4Rf Id COMPARE . . ." 



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THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



Developing Citizenship 



and 



Serving Our School 



and 



Our Community 



325 




to create useful ideas 






to make useful ideas practical 






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to turn tfiese ideas into 
highest quality products 



to supply the products at lowest costs 




EATON MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

General Offices • Cleveland, Ohio 44110 

Abroad: EATON INTERNATIONAL 

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

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

• MATERIALS HANDLING AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT • 



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ROTARY 

FOUR-WAY 

TEST 

1. IS IT THE TRUTH? 

2. IS IT FAIR TO ALL 
CONCERNED? 

3. WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL 
AND BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 

4. WILL IT BE BENEFICIAL TO 
ALL CONCERNED? 



left to right: Dick Martinet, John Polto, Russ Giersch, Harold Senor, Dr. Jerome Fisher, 
Nick Roman, Murray Nicol, Mike Schweiger. 



^^ed KfuuUi. Qafuufe. 


1570 DiLLE Road 
Euclid 17, Ohio 

KEnmore 1-3874 



DR. R. M. BALDWIN 

22408 Lakeshore Boulevard 
261-3111 



327 



Euclid Plant 

GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 
Fisher Body Division 

20001 Euclid Avenue 
KEnmore 1-7231 



PERKINS' 


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22780 SHORE CENTER DRIVE 




EUCLID 17, 


OHIO 


Phone 732-8077 





DANA LITHO SERVICE 

25020 LAKELAND BLVD. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO— 44123 Phone 732-9950 

"COMPLETE OFFSET PRINTING FACILITIES" 



BALI HAI 

CHINESE 

RESTAURANT 

25649 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid, Ohio 

731-4800 




AJAX 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 



1441 Chardon Rd. 
Euclid, Ohio 



KE-1-1010 



VILLAGE CLUB 

26700 
Highland 

Euclid, Ohio 
HI 2-6000 



328 



EUCLID HIGH 

DEDICATED TO SERVICE 




FOR SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY 




KEY CLUB 



329 



ADVERTISING INDEX 



Ajax Manufacturing Co. 328 

Alvin's Jewelers 305 

Ambassador Euclid Lanes 305 

Austin Co 318 

B 

Dr. R. M. Baldwin 327 

Bali Hai Chinese Restaurant 328 

Bosch's Jewelry 301 

Botes & Springer 297 

Big Bouquet Florist 313 

Bill's Clothes 300 

Bing's Furniture 300 

Boulevard TV 318 

Brickman & Sons Funeral Home 303 

Briganti Studios 322 

Ted Brock Jeweler 317 



Cash McCall 298 

Charterhouse Hairdressers 300 

Charterhouse Hotel 307 

Chesterfield Steel Service 304 

City Officials 315 

Cleveland Management 320 

Clifford M. Jones 307 

Colonial Homestead 307 

Community Employment Service 298 

Consolidated Graphics Arts 311 

Cotinentol Products 317 

Craig & Sherman Insurance 318 

D 

Dona Litho Service 328 

J. Demshar and Sons 304 

Dille Road Lumber Co 298 

Distributive Education Club 310 

E 

Eaton Manufacturing 326 

Euclid Blue Print 298 

Euclid Fisher Body 328 

Euclid Heat Treating 307 

Euclid Key Club 329 

Euclid Lanes 307 



Euclid News Journal . . 

Euclid Poultry 

Euclid Race Dairy 
Euclid Savings Association 
Euclidian Beauty College 
Euclid Window Shade Co. 

Eucuyo 

Everson Realty 



Herb Fitzgerald Communications & Electronics 

Floromo Flowers 

Forsberg Enameling Co 

Friedman's Jewelers 



304 
303 
318 
313 
306 
305 
317 
314 

319 
308 
320 
309 

327 
300 
308 
297 

298 
304 

Inter-County Title Guaranty and Mortage Co. . 321 

J 

Joy Dee Cleaners 314 

J & B Shell Service 298 

Carl A. Jonke Insurance Agency 314 



Gerl Construction Co. 
Gornik's Men's Wear 
Grdino Hardware . 
L. M. Gunderson .. . . 



H 

Holle Brothers Co. Organ Studio 
Hillwood Manufacturing 



Fred Krauss Garage 



327 



Lakeland Body and Paint Shop 309 

La Salle Cleaners 309 

La Tour Oldsmobile 316 

Louis Hair Stylists 304 

Lubrizol Corporation 301 

M 

Mario's Florist 309 

Mario's Pizza 310 

P. O. Mclntire 308 

Model Food Market 313 

Modern Deb 320 

Murray P. Nicol Funeral Home 314 

Non Ferrous Metals Fabricating Co 296 



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o 

Ostrom Co., Inc 320 

P 

Papp's Body Shop 319 

Perkin's Pancake House 328 

Petric's Barbar Shop 314 

Philadelphia Life Insurance 307 

Precision Optical 317 

Pressure Castings Inc 299 

R 

Radix Wire Co 308 

Raimor Studio 312 

H. G. Rhodes Plumbing Co 319 

Rhyme Realty 305 

Robert's Shoes 314 

Roby TV and Appliance Co 300 

Roesch Wallpaper and Paint Co 308 

Rotary Club of Euclid 327 

S 

Sims Btothers Buick 305 

Ski-Way Machine Products Co 309 

SkrI Tool & Die 316 

St. Clair Builders Supply 309 



St. Clair Savings 316 

Steffen's Hair Solon 303 

Strekal Realty 308 

Student Council 324 

Student Supply Store 302 

Shoregote Optical 305 

T 

Trebec Excavating 314 

L. J. Trotter Ford 303 

Tuthilll's Canterbury Florist 304 

V 

Village Cab 328 

W 

Wai Napolo 295 

Ed Wank TV Service, Inc 304 

Keith Weigle Motors 300 

Radio Station WCUY-FM 297 

William's Music Shop 310 

Y 

Y.M.C.A. Euclid Branch 301 

Z 

Zailer's Atlantic Station 301 

Zotko Metal Products 313 



PATRONS 



Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gaylor, D.D.S. 



Dr. Stanley Post 



Dr. Wade S. Helwig 



Dr. C. W. Rotter 



Dr. Robert F. McGonogle 



Dr. William Schiffman 



Dr. Howard A. Nelson Jr. 



Dr. and Mrs. Filmore Schiller 



Dr. P. D. O'Brien, M.D. 



Dr. Elwood P. Sawitke 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 



Gail Gulbenkian Editor-in-Chief 

Steve Bayer Assistant 

Jan Tucl<erman Assistant 

Sonjo Sl<rlj Art Editor 

Debbie Brown Layout Editor 

Celeste Andrews Mounter 

Sheryl dicker Mounter 

Bill Millar Mounter 

John Lehr Copy Editor 

Shoron Evans Copy Writer 

Chuck Cox Copy Writer 

Diane Frank Copy Writer 

Donna Woterwash Copy Writer 

Molly Lowry Identification Editor 

Gayle Wilson Senior Editor 

Carol Frank Underclass Editor 

Sharon Gerl Faculty Editor 

Margaret Reynolds Photo Editor 

Tanya Kokal Assistont 

Rich Courtney Photographer 

Ray Frank Photographer 

Lorry Kemper Photographer 

Chris Nemeth . Photographer 

Mr. Ron Markwell Adviser 

Mrs. Nancy Taubmon Adviser 

Photographic contributions by Dave Wilder 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Chuck Mallue Business Manager 

Poul Bright Advertising Manager 

Loretta Henikmon Accountant 

Mary Lou Strekol Ads Layout 

Joyce Yerty Ads Layout 

Sue Baker Salesman 

Donno Beechuk Salesman 

Noreen Cavon Salesman 

Sue Cochran Salesman 

Betsy Gaydos Salesman 

Potti Gingell Salesman 

Peggy Hocevar Salesman 

Dawn Jackson Salesman 

Sharon Mc Gill Salesman 

Jon Schneider Salesman 

Sue Stanley Salesman 

Karen Weseli Salesman 

Ginny Yapel Salesman 

Art Yerty Salesman 

Barb Zele Salesman 

Mr. Otto Santos Adviser 



In the summer of 1964 the '65 Euclidian was just a transient 
ideo in the minds of my staff. In the fall the idea took a unique 
and definite form. But the full realization of the meaning of the 
'65 Euclidian was not conceived until March 22 — the last dead- 
line. No one at our summer planning parties could have predicted 
all that was to be involved in producing this yearbook; an immense 
amount of time ond work, five bottles of aspirin, intimate friend- 
ships, cold suppers, unfinished homework, and sunny Saturdoy 
afternoons spent in The Office. March 22 signaled the end of a 
truly hectic, Euclidian life. 

The Euclidian advanced from an idea to a finished product 
only through the aid and moral support of a great many people. 
My acknowledgements extend first to the administration and espe- 
cially to the maintenance staff without whose understanding many 
o deadline would have been missed. Financial matters are of great 
importance to a yearbook production. The Business Staff financed 
the entire Euclidian and maintained a balanced budget. Thanks 
Mr. Santos and Chuck for your fine efforts. 

Through Ratmor Studios, which developed most of the pictures 
for the yearbook, I have had the pleasure of working closely with 



Mr. Morrie Levine and Mr. Bill Rainen. In distressing moments 
they have always come through for us. Thanks very much for your 
extra-special services. 

The task of piecing together parts to produce a whole yearbook 
was designated to the Consolidated Graphic Arts Corporation. I 
want especially to thank our C.G.A. representatives Mr. Jim 
Parkinson and Mr. Len Wolowiec for their tremendous help and 
infinite amount of patience in working with my staff. 

Finally, my sincere appreciation for a job well-done goes to 
our advisers Mr. Ronald Markwell and Mrs. Nancy Toubman. 1 
know that their Euclidian life was as hectic as ours. 

The Euclidian is out! This cry will be one of both victory and 
relief for my staff. It will toke on a unique significance for us, 
but the yearbook is as much yours as it is ours. We produced it 
for you. We hope you enjoy it. 



Sincerely, 

Gail Gulbenkion 

Editor-in-Chief 



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