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EUCLID PUBLIC LIBF 
631 EAST 222ND STREET 

EUCLID, OH 44123 
261- 



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Ike Ofutl '49 




Published by the Students 
of 

Euclid Central High School 

Dolly Radio — Editor-in-chief 

John O'Neil — Business Manager 









ALMA MATER 



We sing our praise 

To thee, our Alma Mater, 

In gratitude for memory's golden store, 

Of friendships that 

Were made in joy and sorrow 

That we shall cherish now and ever more. 

Friend of our youth, 

We hail thee, Euclid Central, 

To thee we pledge 

Our faith and loyalty. 



Two 



FOREWORD 

This is the third year of a new age in which a deci- 
sion must be arrived at; it is the Atomic Age, and 
the decision is that of ultimate disaster or peace 
among one's brothers. As we seniors come from 
high school, we are faced with a problem of adjust- 
ing ourselves to society. Our earnest prayer is: 
"Let ours be a society of good will and not a society 
of chaos." 

— Jean Smith 



"OPUS" 
Contents 

Administration 5 

Seniors 13 

Underclassmen 45 

Music 57 

Sports 63 

Activities 75 

Advertisements 94 



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OPUS DEDICATION 



We, the seniors, dedicate this final year book to 
two teachers, Miss Edna Surrarrer, who has for ten 
years aided the students of Euclid Central High 
School to enjoy better the beautiful poems of the 
past and to learn words that will enable them to 
obtain a brighter tomorrow. And Mr. John Beck, 
who has not only built choirs that are imposing 
attributes of the memory of our auditorium, but 
who has familiarized us with the melodies that will 
live in our reveries and dreams forever. 

Miss Surrarrer's and Mr. Beck's friendship and 
sincere interest in every student as an individual 
who deserves considerate regard has inspired us to 
do our best in high school as well as after gradua- 
tion. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




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OPUS 1949 

With this yearbook as a record of 
The Graduating Classes of January and 
June, 1949, Euclid Central will cease 
to be a regular high school Proud is 
its record as a school. Great have been 
its contributions to the local commu- 
nity and to the State. With a faculty 
of men and women of high purposes 
and sound convictions, it has constant- 
ly brought to the young people of the 
community the finest achievements 
of our social inheritance. 

As you leave the school with our 
best wishes and high expectations we 
urge you to cherish the high ideals 
that have been developed here and to 
be constantly loyal to the great pur- 
poses of life. May God bless you and 
give you strength for the tasks that lie 
ahead. 

Very truly yours, 

R. H. Erwine 
Superintendent of Schools 





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FOR THE OPUS, 1949 

This yearbook will be cherished by 
students and friends of Euclid Central 
for many years to come. It is, in a 
sense, a farewell tribute to our high 
school which we all honor and revere. 
Its pages serve as a mirror to portray 
the daily life which our students and 
faculty lived together during the past 
year. Our appreciation and congratu- 
lations are extended to the Opus staff 
and sponsor for the colorful account 
of Euclid Central's last year as a senior 
high school. The spirit of Euclid Cen- 
tral as reflected in this yearbook is 
evidence of a school loyalty which is 
everlasting. 

Sincerely yours, 

Clifford G. Owens 

Principal 



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Miss Clara Chiara 



Mr. Robert Holloway 



Miss Clara Chiara, who this year 
received her Doctor's degree from 
Ohio State University, has been Dean 
of Girls at Euclid Central for the past 
two years. Her interest in the welfare 
of the girls and their problems has 
been unending. Her experience in 
handling girls and her fine education 
have fitted her well for this position. 



In Sept. of 1947 Mr. Robert Hollo- 
way became dean of Boys at Euclid 
Central His past experiences in han- 
dling men, along with his college edu- 
cation help to equip him for this posi- 
tion. He did a great deal of work with 
them while in the Navy and has done 
an excellent job here at Euclid Cen 
tral. 



THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

The Euclid Board of Education consists of five public-spirited citizens 
who are elected by popular vote, and serve without benefit of salary in the 
interest of public welfare. Our Euclid public schools are maintained and 
governed locally under the able guardianship of this body. The members of 
the Bord of Eduaction are: John F. Davis, C. E. Bowman. Russell Class, Loren 
J. Bullard, and Anton E. Strohm. 



Seven 



MR. ROY APPLE 

Journalism 

English 

Echo Sponsor 

Year Around Sports Club 

Core Curriculum 

Kent State University, B. S. 

Fenn College, Ashland College, 

Western Reserve University 



MR. OLIN BAILEY 

Science 

Visual Education 

Rio Grande College, A. B. 

Ohio State University, M. 



MRS. LILLIAN BARROW 

Commercial 
Learn to Knit Club 
Muskingum College, B. S. 
University of Pittsburgh, Master 
Education 



MR. JOHN BECK 

Chairman Music Department 

Life certificate in public school 

Music 
Cincinnati Conservatory 
Baldwin-Wallace College 
Madrigals 
Male Chorus 
Sing for Fun Club 



MR. ROBERT BENNETT 

Senior Play Sponsor 

Chairman Core Curriculum Depart- 
ment 

Junior Hi-Y. 

Ohio State University, B. S. and 
M A. in Education 



MISS PAULINE BERG 

English 
Mathematics 
National Honor Society 
Drum Majorettes 

Kent University, B. S. in Educa- 
tion — Western Reserve M. A. 




MR. JERRY BERCEM 

Science 
Mathematics 
John Carroll University 
Kent State University, B. S. in Ed- 
ucation 
Coach Freshman Basketball Team 
Junior High Recreation Club 



MR. HAROLD BLACKBURN 

Social Club 

Coif Coach 

Community Chest Chairman 

Opus '49 Sponsor 

Chairman English Dpartment 

Otterbein College, A. B. 

Western Reserve University, M. 



MR. CLEMENS E. BLAUCH 

History 
Government 
School Treasurer 

Kent State University, B. S. in Ed- 
ucation 
Ohio State University, M. A. 



MR. MORTON BURCIN 

Dramatics 

Speech-Core Curriculum 
Junior Class Play Sponsor 
9th Grade Drama Club 
Bowling Green University, 
Education 



B. S. 



MR. JAMES CALVERT 

Chairman, Physical Education 
Physical Education and Coach 
Intramural Director 
North Central, B. A. 
Ohio State, M. A. in Physical Edu- 
action 



MR. ARTHUR CARTWRICHT 

Vocal Music 
Stamp Collections Club 
Western Reserve University 
B. S. Certificate in Personnel Psy- 
chology from University of 
Pennsylvania 



Eiylit 



*1R. PAUL WINTERS 

ndustnal Arts 

slorthwestern University, M. A. 
Ilinois State Teachers College, 
B. A. 



vlISS MARY LOUISE COMELLA 

: oreign Language 

English 

Minth Grade Y-Teen Club 

vlercyhurst College, A. B. 

.Vestern Reserve University, M. A 



MR. HOWARD DALLAS 

Science 

Mathematics 

Jr. High Science Club 

Bethany College, A. B. 

Ohio State University 

Western Reserve University 



MR. WALTER EDWARDS 

Industrial Arts 

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



MR. BRUCE CRAHAM 

Chairman Social Studies Depart- 
ment 

Echo Business Adviser 

Sponsor of Future Teachers of 
America 

University of Akron, A. B. 

Ohio State University, M. A. 



MR. LOREN CRAY 

Mathematics 
Senior Card Club 
Athletic Board 
Crinnell College, A. B. 
University of Pittsburgh, Master in 
Education 




MR. DALE HARPER 

Band and Orchestra 

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music 

University of Cincinnati, B. S. in 

Public School Music 
Western Reserve University, M. A. 



MR. LEON HEINLEIN 

Science 

Public Address Club 
Star Gazers Club 

Ohio University B. S. Education 
and M. S. in Education 



MISS MARION HODDICK 

Club Coordinator 

Chairman, Home Arts Department 
Chairman, Activity Ticket Com- 
mittee 
Ohio State University, B. S. 
Western Reserve, M. A. 



MR. RICHARD R. KEAY 

Chairman, Science Department 

Athletic Director 

Miami University A. B. 

Chemistry Club 

Western Reserve University, M. A 



MR. HARRY KOTH 

Chairman, Mathematics Depart 

ment 
Student Council Sponsor 
Baldwin-Wallace, B. S. 
Ohio State University, M. A. 



MR. LEO LATTER 

Mathematics 
Science 
Camera Club 
Fenn College, B. S. 



Nine 



MR. NEIL MacKEICAN 

Chairman, Language Department 
Reading and Writing for Fun Club 
French Club 

Western Reserve University, A B., 
M. A. 



MISS JANE ROBERTS 

Home Economics 
Sewing Club 
Economics 

Ohio State University, B. 
Economics Education 



S. Home 



MISS MARCARET B. ROBINSON 

Mathematics 
Science 

Physical Education and Cheerlead- 
er Sponsor 
Tap Dancing Club 
Kent S. W. B. S. in Education 



MRS. HARRIET SHEATS 

Home Arts 

School Social Worker 
Dancing Club, Senior 
Kent State, B. S. 

Western Reserv University, M. A. 
Western Reserve School of Applied 
Science, M, S. 



MISS CERTRUDE SKOOC 

Social Studies 

Core 

Junior High Travel Club 

Flora Stone Mather, A. B, 



MR. DELMAR V. SMITH 

Chairman, Commercial Department 

Booster Club 

Hi-Y 

Flower Club 

Ohio Northern, A. B 

Columbia University, M. A. 




MRS. HELEN F. STEWART 

Social Studies 

World Affairs Club 

Kent State University, B. S. ii 

Education 

cation 
Western Reserve, M. A. 
Ohio State University 
University of Zurich, Switzerland 



MRS. SARAH STONER 

English 

Seventh and Eighth Grade Drama 

Muskingum, A. B. 

Fenn College 



MISS EDNA SURRARRER 

English 

Mathematics 

Sports & Games Club 

Baldwin-Wallace, A. B. 

Western Reserve University, M. A, 



MRS. FLORENCE THOMAS 

Core Curriculum 

Social Studies 

Seventh and Eighth Grade Y-Teer 

Club 
University of Illinois, A. B. 
University of Pennsylvnia, M.A. 



MRS. JANET ANN THOMAS 

Sponsor of the Junior Red Cros! 

Service 
Dramatics 

Speech and Social Studies 
Senior Card Club 
Wooster College, B. A. 
Western Reserve University M. A 



MR. FRANK TROCLIA 

Jr. High Baseball Coach 
Girls' Woodworking Club 
Industrial Arts and Industrial Math 
Ohio State University, B. S., ant 
Western Reserve University 



Ten 



MR. FRED VOLLMAN 

Chairman, Industrial Arts 
Cleveland School of Art 
B. S. in Education 
Western Reserve University, M. A. 
in Art 




MRS. BETTY WEBER 

Physical Education 
Girls' Leaders Club 
Girls' Athletic Association 
Knitting Club 
Oberlin College, B. A. 



CAMERA SHY 

MR. ALBERT MILLER 
MR. ALBERT MITCHEL 
MR. NICHOLAS PRICE 
MR. JOHN REEVES 
MR. DALE THOMPSON 
MISS RUTH VERMILLION 
MRS. DORIS M. CLARKE 



Eleven 



SENIOR FAREWELL POEM 



It is with a nostalgic sigh 

We leave Euclid Central High 

And all that it does signify 

The memories of the Shore-Central games, 

The concerts, the plays, the dances. 

The Echo, the choirs and the band, 

All have immortal fame in our hearts. 

For when we close the high school door 

For the last time, and then, no more 

The thoughts will come to us 

With tears and soft flowing sounds 

Of the life, the irrevocable life 

Of Euclid Central High. 

As through our minds we gaze 

Upon those happy, those youthful days, 

We long to be in that past phase. 

But now, no longer is there a senior high 

Except in our reminiscent soul's eye. 

Our rival team and we've combined 

And you'll no Euclid Central find, 

At least not the Central of yesterday. 

For it's gone into the past, a prosaic way. 

Farewell to the friends we've met and loved, 

Farewell to our classmates, "We'll meet above. 

For into the world we bring our dreams 

And they will come true as Cod deems. 



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Thirteen 




Pres. Anthony Ferrato 



Vice Pres. Jack Richards Sec. Marylou Stefanchik 



Treas. Walter Kalberer 



JANUARY 

CLASS 




JANUARY SPONSORS: 
Mr. Robert Bennett 
Mr. Walter Edwards 



JUNE SPONSORS: 

Mr. Harold Blackburn 

Miss Marion Hoddick 

Mr. Richard Keay 

Mrs, Helen Stewart, Chairman 




JUNE 




Pres. Charles Boyd 




Vice Pres. Frank Tomanc Sec. Rosemary Miklus 

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Treas. Ray Loushin 



OBERT O. BAILEY 
Basketball (4 yearsi, Basket- 
ball-Co-captain; Baseball; Foot- 
ball; Band; Orchestra; Hi-Y; 
National Honor Society; Nation- 
al Athletic Scholarship Society; 
Big Nite; Gala Nite; Solo & 
Ensemble Contest; Student 
Council; Hall Cuard-Captam 



DHN ). BANN Jr. 
Concert in Swing; Patron Con- 
cert; Band Contests; Recreation 
Club; Airplane Club; Honor 
Study Hall; Orchestra Contest; 
Sr. Band; Sr. Orchestra; Band 
Letter; Intramurals; Solo & En- 
semble Contest; Hobby Club; 
Jr. High Basketball; Jr. Varsity 
Basketbsll; Varsity Basketball; 
Jr. Varsity Football; Big Nite; 
Gala Nite; Hi-Y Chaplain; Na- 
tional Honor Society 

iOLORES ANNE BEAKEL 
Jr. Band; Girl Reserves; Senior 
Band; Friendship Club; Arts & 
Crafts Club; Jr. Camera Club; 
Knitting Club; Hall Guard; 
Clarinet Quartet; Clarinet Trio; 
Mixed Clarinet Quartet; Gala 
Nite; Jr. Play; Drama Nite; Pa- 
trons Concert ; Concert in 
Swing; Intramurals; Echo; 
Chapel Choir; Choir 



RANK ). BOSCO 
Gymnastic Club; Football; Base- 
ball; Basketball; U. S. Navy— 
43—47 



VNNA CORINNE BROWN 
Choir; Girls' League; Friendship 
Club; Y-Teen; Hobby Show; 
Drama Nite; Big Nite; Christ- 
mas Program; Patrons Concert; 
Music Appreciation Club; Social 
Club 



ICHARD ROY CEDERLUND 
Jr. Band; Senior Band; Solo & 
Ensemble Contest; Hi-Y; Base- 
ball; Intramurals; Golf; Hall 
Guard, Captain; Honor Study 
Hall; Junior Chess & Checkers 
Club; Senior Card Club; Drama 
Night; Big Nite; Social Club 




PAUL WESLY CHANEY 

Echo; Opus; Athletic Associa- 
tion; Publicity Chairman; In- 
tramurals; Hi-Y; Gala Nite; 
Orchestra; Rhythm Masters; 
Choir; Gymnastic Club 



ICHARD EDWARD COSKI 
Baseball Manager; Track; Re- 
serve Football; Echo; Senior 
Choir; Male Chorus; Madrigals; 
Big Nite; Gala Nite; Patrons 
Concert; Hi-Y Treasurer; Hi-Y 
Friendship Formal Committee; 
Intramurals; Card Club; Choral 
Club; World Affairs Club; Jun- 
ior Class Play 



jEANETTE MARG. DANLEY 

Hall Guard; Choir; Athletic As- 
sociation; Arts & Crafts Club; 
Echo; All-Star Basketball Team; 
Glee Club; Y-Teen; Gala Nite; 
Big Nite; Junior Band; Junior 
Play; Patons' Concert; Intra- 
murals 



RICHARD A. DeGENOVA 

Hi-Y; Student Council; Hall 
Guard; Honor Study Hall; Choir, 
Madrigals; Male Chorus; Chap- 
el Choir; Camera Club; Chem- 
istry Club; Varsity Club; Var- 
sity Football; Junior Varsity 
Football; Track; Intramurals 
Echo Staff 



RAMON DREIS 

Football; Intramurals; Gymnas- 
tic Club; Varsity Club; Travel 
Club 



LLOYD |. DUNLAP 

Junior High Football; Choir; 
Chess & Checkers Club; Hi-Y; 
Gymnastic Club; Intramurals 



Fifteen 



ERVIN ALBERT EMERY Jr. 

Senior Band; Big Nite; Patrons 
Concert; Track; Football; Bas- 
ketball; Choir; Varsity Club 
Card Club; Chemistry Club 
Gymnastic Club; Band Contest 
Solo Contest; Junior Band 



CARL M. FARONA 

Track; Reserve Football; Gym- 
nastic Club 



ANTHONY FRANK FERRATO 
Opus '49 Photographer; Echo 
Photographer; Polka Club; 
Dance Club; Travel Club; Jun- 
ior Card Club; Camera Club, 
Vice President; Class President; 
Student Council (8 semesters! 



ROBERT J. CENZEN 

Hi-Y; Varsity Club; Intramu- 
rals; Band; Orchestra; Ensemble 
Contest; Drama Nite; Varsity 
Basketball 



VIRGINIA MAE HANSEN 

Student Council; Hall Guard; 
Friendship Club; Junior Girl Re- 
serves ; Nurses' Assistant; 
Homeroom President; Sports & 
Games Club; Movie Club; Se- 
nior Card Club; Arts & Crafts 
Club; Junior Class Play; Choir; 
Echo; All-Star Basketball Team; 
Intramurals; Gala Nite; Big 
Nite; Knitting Club; Guidance 
Committee; Drama Nite; Pa- 
trons' Concert 



ALAN DALE HARKE 

Camera Club; Card Club; Var- 
sity Track; Hi-Y; Athletic As- 
sociation; Honor Study Hall 




ROLAND JOHN HAZZARD 

Choir; Madrigals; Male Chorus; 
Varsity Football; Varsity Track; 
Chapel Choir; Vice President of 
Varsity Club; Camera Club; 
Basketball Intramurals; Hi-Y; 
Gala Nite; Big Nite 






WALTER C. JAROS 

Intramurals; Travel Club; Card 
Club; Gymnastic Club; Archery 
Club; Stage Play Settings (3 
years I ; Stage Club (2 years) 
Movie Club (1 semester) 
Choir; Gala Nite; Big Nite 
Dance Decorating Committee 



WILMA MAE JOHNSON 

Arts & Crafts Club; Wood 
Workers; Junior Play; Office 
Assistant; Intramurals; Choir; 
Teacher's Assistant; Junior Girl 
Reserve; Friendship Club; Se- 
nior Card Committee; Co-op; 
Card Club; World Affairs Club 

WALTER ERWIN KALBERER 
Sec.-Treas. of Hobby Club: 
Treas. of Student Council (2 
years); Choir; Band; Music 
Letter; Solo & Ensemble Con- 
test; Big Nite; Gala Nite; Pa- 
trons' Concert; Concert in 
Swing; Junior Class Play; Hi-Y; 
Chemistry Club ; Chess G 
Checkers; Opus '49 Senior Edi- 
tor; Treas. of Senior Class; Hal 
Guard Captain; Baseball Man- 
ager; Charge of Honor Study 
Hall; Assembly Committee; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Intramu- 
rals; Carnival-Central Commit- 
tee 

ESTHER KESSLER 

Echo Business Manager; Worlc 
Affairs Club,. Pres. & Vice Pres- 
ident; Junior Play; Friendship 
Club; Inter-Club and Publicit\ 
Chairman; Hall Guard; Nurses 
Assistant; Prom Committee; In- 
tramurals; Girls' League; Office 
Assistant; Book Review Club 
President 

STEPHANIE M. KORNPROBST 
Movie Club; Junior Class Play 
Friendship Club; Junior Girl Re- 
serves; Choir (3 years) ; Chape 
Choir; Arts & Crafts; Future 
Teachers of America; Studen 
Council; Gala Nite; Big Nite 
Drama Nite; Homeroom Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Activity Ticke 
Committee; G. A. A.; Patror 
Concerts; Echo Staff; Intramu- 
rals; Cirls' League Welfar< 
Board; Nurses' Assistant; Stu- 
dent Court Arbitrator; Madri- 
gals; Girls' Glee Club; Junio 
Camera Club 



Sixteen 



ROBERT M. KSENICH 

10th Grade President; Varsity 
Club; 10th Grade Assembly; 
Track; Varsity Football; Foot- 
ball Manager 



MARY ANN CHRISTINE 

MAVSAR 
Student Court; junior Class 
Play; Knitting Club; Y-Teen; 
Teachers' Ass.stant; Junior Girl 
Reserves; Girls' League; Intra- 
murals; National Honor Society 



DOUGLAS MILLER 
Junior Council on World Af- 
fairs, Vice President; Represen- 
tative to Junior U. N. 0.; Choir; 
Big Nite; Gala Nite; Junior 
Class Play; Echo Business Staff; 
Hobby Show; Senior High Trav- 
el Club; Senior High Card Club; 
Junior High Card Club; Junior 
High Boys' Glee Club; Co-op 



ARTHUR EDWIN MORSE 

Junior Play; Band; Orchestra; 
Track; Student Council; Student 
Court; Hall Guard Captain; Pa- 
tron Concerts; Big Nite; Gala 
Nite; Greater Cleveland Music 
Contests; Assembly Committee; 
National Honor Society; Honor 
Study Hall; Hi-Y; American Le- 
gion Essay Award; Intramurals 



ALAN MICHAEL OESTERLE 
Varsity Club; Baseball; Foot- 
ball ; Choir 



DAVID L. PAYNE 

Choir; Radio Listeners; World 
Affairs Club 




DOLORES M. PERAT 

Athletic Association; Arts & 
Crafts Club; Intramurals; 
Friendship Club; World Affairs 
Club; Camera Club; Senior 
Dance Committee; Vice Presi- 
dent of Wood Workers; Junior 
Girl Reserves; Junior Play; Co- 
op; Office Assistant 



ROBERT L, PINKAVA 

Choir; Junior Hi Track; Track; 
Cross Country; Track Manager; 
Opus '49 Sports Staff; Scholar- 
ship Test at B-W; Senior Card 
Club; Bass & Tenor Club 



MARY MARGUARITE PFAFF 
Friendship Club; Girls' League; 
Senior Girls' Choir; Arts & 
Crafts Club; Drama Nite; Junior 
Class Play; Wood Workers; 
World Affairs Club President; 
Sports & Games Club 



JACK A. RICHARD 

Band; Orchestra; Big Nite; Gala 
Nite; Solo & Ensemble Contest; 
Student Council; Honor Study 
Hall; Hi-Y; Hall Guard; Rhythm 
Masters; Korny Kobs ; Pep Band; 
Junior Class Play; Senior Class 
Vice President 



BETTY LOU ROHRBACH 

Y-Teen; Co-op; Knitting Club; 
Teachers' Assistant; Intramu- 
rals; Office Assistant; Girls' 
Travel Club; Chess & Checker 
Club; Handicraft Club; Junior 
Class Play; Fashion Show; Se- 
nior Committee 



JEAN ANTOINETTE SASO 

Y-Teen; Junior Girl Reserve; 
Co-op; Junior Play, Properties; 
Intramurals; Office Assistant; 
Chess & Checkers Club; Knit- 
ting Club; Girls' Travel Club, 
Program Chairman; Teachers' 
Assistant; Handicraft Club; 
Style Show; Deans' Assistant 



Seventeen 



HERMAN ). SCHNEIDER 

Track; Gymnastic Club Presi- 
dent; Gymnastic Assemblies; 
Hall Guard 



GERALD WILCOX SHELDEN 

P. A. Club; Choir; National 
Honor Society 



DOROTHY JEAN SMITH 

Intramurals; French Play; Span- 
ish Play; Reading and Writing 
Club; Arts & Crafts Club; 
Friendship Club; Opus Litera- 
ture Editor; Echo Poetry Editor; 
Girl Reserves; World Affairs 
Sec'y; Sports & Games Club; 
Knitting Club; Dance Commit- 
tee (Leap Year Hop I ; S o c i a I 
Club 



GEORGE EDWARD SNIDER 
Chess & Checkers Club; 
Club; Gymnastic Club 



Card 



MARY LOU STEFANCHIK 

Soloist Choir; Big Nite; Gala 
Nite; Junior Class Play; Secre- 
tary of Class; Track Queen; 
Cheerleader for All-Star Game; 
Friendship Club; Orchestra; Co- 
op; Concerts; Girls' Leaders; 
Intramurals; Madrigals; Drama 
Nite; Honor Study Hall; Opus 
'48; Girl Reserves 



|UNE 



MARION ANDERSON 

Girl Reserves; Friendship Club; 
Wood Workers; Senior Card 
Club; Carnival; Intramu- 
rals; World Affairs Club; Co-op 




JAMES STEWART 

Choir; Hi-Y; Chess & Checkers 
Club; Intramurals 



LAWRENCE J. SWANEY 
Squad Leader; Card Club 



ALLENE JANET TOTH 

Choir; Friendship Club; Opus 
'49; Movie Club; Hobby Show; 
G. A. A.; Intramurals; Gala 
Nite; Vice President of Girls' 
Travel; Sports & Games Club; 
Senior Card Club; Knitting 
Club; Social Club 



RICHARD ALAN WELLING 

J. V. Football; J. V. Basketball; 
Basketball Freshman; Hi-Y; 
Band; Orchestra; Big Nite; Gala 
Nite; Solo & Ensemble Con- 
test; Honor Study Hall 



CLASS 



ANTHONY W. ARKO 

Senior Card Club; Polka Club; 
Gymnastics Club; Crew Capt., 
Stage Crew; World Affairs Club 



Eigh teen 



WANDA JANE ARMOUR 

Learn-to-Knit ; Movie Club; 
Music Appreciation; Hall Guard; 
Girl Reserves 



JOHN BAECKLER 

Friendship Club; Band; Orches- 
tra; Basketball; Volleyball; Hall 
Guard; Solo & Ensemble Con- 
test; Latin Play; Big Nite; Gala 
Nite; Badminton; Patrons' Con- 
certs; Swing Concerts; Junior 
Band; Band Letter 



MARIE BAITT 

Junior Girl Reserves; Friendship; 
Card Club; Polka Club; Co-op; 
Girls' League; Welcome Board; 
Choir; Ushers; Intramurals; 
Opus '47; Travel Club 



ROCCO BALDASSARRE 

Freshman Football; Freshman 
Basketball; Varsity Football (4 
yearsl ; Varsity Track; Football 
Co-Captain; Vice Pres., Athletic 
Association; Varsity Club; Stage 
Crew; Hi-Y 



JOHN BARTONE 

Student Council President; Hi- 
Y; World Affairs Club; Intra- 
murals; National Honor Society; 
Junior Class President; Key Club 
President; Prom Committee; J. 
V. Football; Hall Guard 



PATRICIA S. BEAM 

Girl Reserves; Intramurals; 
World Affairs Club 




NANCY CAROL BECK 

Varsity Cheerleader (3 years) ; 
Chapel Choir; Madrigals; Movie 
Club; All-Star Cheerleader; 
Girls' Leaders; Y-Teen, Vice 
President; G. A. A., Vice Presi- 
dent; Knitting Club; Junior Girl 
Reserves; Girls' League (Vice 
President); Music Appreciation 
(Vice President) ; Attendant to 
Varsity Queen '48; Senior Card 
Club; Big Nite; Gala Nite; 
Drama Nite; Intramurals; Pa- 
tron Concert; Usher 



ADRIENNE R. BENNETT 

Band (3 years) ; Solo & En- 
semble Contest ; Chemistry 
Club; Knitting Club; Po'ka 
Club; Friendship Club; Latin 
Play; Junior Band; Opus '49; 
Big Nite; Gala Nite; Patron 
Concert; Concert in Swing 



RUTH BENNINGTON 

Friendship Club; Opus '49; 
Knitting Club; World Affairs 
Club; Girl Reserves; French 
Play; Choir; Drama Nite 



PEGGY BERGER 

Band; Orchestra; American Le- 
gion Oratorical Winner; Junior 
Play; P. A. Club; Nurses' As- 
sistant; President of Junior 
Drama Club; Gala Nite; Big 
Nite; Friendship Club; En- 
semble Contest; Echo Exchange 
Editor; S. C. Committee; Hall 
Guard; Honor Study Hall; Mu- 
sic Appreciation Club 



JOSEPH BLATNIK 

J. V. Football; Baseball Mana- 
ger 2 years; Gymnastics Club; 
Travel Club; Senior Card Club; 
Drama Nite; Big Nite; Intra- 
murals 



CHARLES BOYD 

Senior Class President; Varsity 
Football; Basketball; Drama 
Nite; Varsity Club, President; 
Student Council; Movie Club; 
Hall Guard Captain; Hi-Y; J. V. 
Football; J. V. Basketball; Pop- 
ular Science Club; Freshman 
Football; Freshman Basketball 



Nineteen 



ALICE JEAN BRACK 

Friendship Club; Music Appre- 
ciation; World Affairs Club 
Treasurer; Intramurals; Ca I a 
Nite; Big Nite; Choir 



ALBIN BRADAC 

Travel Club; Card Club; Varsity 
Club; Stage Crew; Intramurals; 
Freshman Football ; Varsity 
Football 



FRANK ). BRODNIK 

Intramurals; Gymnastics Club; 
Card Club 



ANDREW BUBONIC 

Freshman Football; Basketball; 
Baseball; Hall Guard; Varsity 
Club; Stage Crew; Reserve 
Football 



JOHN CALLAHAN 

Varsity Club; Opus '47; Echo; 
World Affairs Club (Vice- 
Pres.) ; Honor Study Hall; Hall 
Guard; Intramurals 



RALPH CAMPBELL 

Track; Cross Country; Chem- 
istry Club; Hall Guard; Camera 
Club; Football IManageri; In- 
tramurals; Basketball (Man- 
ager) 




GLENN ALLEN CARLSON 

Track; Cross Country; P. A. 
Club; Athletic Association; 
Basketball (Manager); Gym- 
nastic Club 



MARY JEAN CHERRY 

Girl Reserves; G. A A.; Girls' 
Leaders, President; Y-T e e n 
Club, Secretary; Intramurals; 
Knitting Club; Polka Club; Arts 
& Crafts Club; Senior Card 
Club; Camera Club; Junior 
Class Play; Choir; Big Nite; 
Gala Nite; Patrons' Concert; 
|unior Prom Committee; Varsity 
Cheerleader; Madrigals; Opus 
'49; Junior Class Skit 



GILBERT CONLON 

Card Club; Chess and Checker 
Club 



MARILYN COURTOT 

Music Appreciation Club; Sing- 
ing for Fun; Polka Club; Danc- 
ing Club; Intramurals; Friend- 
ship 



BEVERLY CRABTREE 

Sewing Club; Co-op; Knitting 
Club; Girl Reserve; Choir; 
Friendship Club 



ELDINE CEASAR 



Twenty 



DONALD E. DALLAS, Jr. 

P. A. Club; Junior Band; Opus; 
Senior Camera Club; Sfar-Gaz- 
ers Club, President; Junior Class 
Play; Gala Nite; J. H. Scrap- 
book; S. H. Band Contest; Pep 
Band 



AMES ECENSPERCER 
Hi-Y President; Movie Club, 
President & Vice Pres.; Camera 
Club, Treasurer; Junior High 
Recreations; Card Club; Travel 
Club; Hall Guard 



3EORGE EDWARD EVANS 

Junior Varsity Football; Junior 
Varsity Basketball; 3 years 
Varsity Golf Captain; Junior 
High Track; Intramurals; Junior 
Hi Recreation Club; Senior Card 
Club; Varsity Club; Hall Guard 



WILLIAM EASTON FERGUSON 
Big Nite; Hall Guard; 1st & 2nd 
divisions in Music Contest 15 
years) ; Card Club; Band Li- 
brarian; Junior Band (4 years! ; 
Senior Band (4 years I ; Senior 
Orchestra 14 years) ; Freshman 
Baseball; Hi-Y; P. A. Announc- 
er; Varsity Basketball (Man- 
ager I ; Gala Nite 



;OSE MARIE FLETCHER 
Co-op Class; Friendship Club; 
Knitting Club; Camera Club; 
Sewing Club; Opus '49; Intra- 
murals; Permanent Usher; Hon- 
or Study Hall; Vocational Guid- 
ance, Co-Chairman; AM-Star 
Game; 1st place in foul shots; 2 
years at Willoughby Union High 
School 



UTH ANN FLETCHER 
Co-op Class; Friendship Club; 
Knitting Club; Camera Club; 
Sewing Club; Opus '49; Intra- 
murals; Permanent Usher; Hon- 
or Study Hall; Vocational Guid- 
ance, Co-Chairman; 2 years at 
Willoughby Union High School 




NANCY M. CERJEVIC 

Friendship Club; Girls' Travel 
Club; Knitting Club, Vice Pres.; 
Senior Card Club; Choir; Intra- 
murals; Concessions; Opus '47 
and '49; Permanent Usher; All- 
Star Game Skits; Prom Program 
Committee; Co-op Class; Office 
Assistant; Charity Game Ticket 
Handler; Hades Dance 



WILLIAM GENT 

Junior Band; Senior Band; Mu- 
sic Contest; Band Contests; Or- 
chestra Contests; P. A. Club; 
Junior Play; Intramurals; Chess 
Club; Future Teachers Club; 
Big Nite; Gala Nite; Creative 
Chemistry Contest; Hi-Y; Or- 
chestra; N. H. S. 



ELEANOR C. CERMANO 

Friendship Club; Knitting Club; 
Girls' League; Co-op Class; 
Sports and Games Club; Social 
Dancing Club 



FLORENCE DOROTHY GOLE 
Carnival; Girls' Reserves; 
Friendship Club; Ushers; Polka 
Club; Choir; Knitting Club; Se- 
nior Card Club; Co-op Class; 
Opus 



JOHN GOLINAR 

Travel Club; Varsity Club; 
Gymnastic Club; Intramurals; 
Junior Varsity Football; Junior 
Varsity Basketball; Varsity Bas- 
ketball; Varsity Football 



THEODORE J. GRUBBS 

Freshman Football; Freshman 
Basketball; Freshman Track; J. 
V. Football; J. V. Basketball; J. 
V. Baseball; Drama Nite; Gala 
Nite; Big Nite; Junior Class 
Play; Student Council; Student 
Court; Hall Guard, Captain; 
Movie Club, President; Hi-Y 
Vice President; Athletic Asso- 
ciation, Vice Pres. ; Sophomore 
Class, President 



Twenty-one 



JOAN CRZE 

Girl Reserves; Friendship Club; 
Knitting Club; Girls' Travel 
Club; Choir, Treasurer; Student 
Council; Carnival; Permanent 
Usher; Senior Card Club; All- 
Star Came Skits; Intramurals; 
Co-op; Opus '47, '49; Guidance 
Program Committee; Conces- 
sions Committee; Suggestion 
Committee 



PATRICIA ANNE HEALEY 

Band; Orchestra; Choir; Madri- 
gals; Friendship Club; Basket- 
ball; Badminton; Gala Nite; Big 
Nite; Concert in Swing; Patron 
Concert; Nurses' Assistant; En- 
semble Contest; Orchestra Con- 
test; Band Contest; Volleyball 



DOLORES IRENE HOCHEVAR 
Girl Reserves; Friendship Club; 
Knitting Club; Card Club; Gala 
Nite; Big Nite; Choir; Co-op; 
Music Appreciation Club; Ma- 
jorette (3 years) 




WILLIAM C. HUGHES 

Junior Hi Football; Reservi 
Football; Varsity Football; Choi 
Madrigals; Boys' Chorus; Chap 
el Choir; Hi-Y; Stage Crew 
Camera Club; Varsity Club; Se 
nior High Card Club; Opus '48 
Drama Nite; Intramurals 



RICHARD JANIK 

Varsity Club; Airplane Club 
Senior Card Club; Hall Guard 
Baseball; Honor Study Hal 1 
Junior Camera Club 



LENORE JERABEK 

World Affairs Club; Camei 
Club Sec'y; Echo Business Staf 
Distribution Mgr. ; Echo Editors 
Staff; Concessions; Friendship 
Club; Honor Study Hall; Girl 
Leaders; Basketball; Volleybal 
Badminton; Junior Class Pla 
Sec'y-Treas., Girls' L e a g u . 
Choir; All-Star Skits; Pro- 
Committee 



RICHARD HOCHEVAR 

Varsity Basketball; Baseball; 
Track; Freshman Basketball; 
Football; Hall Guard; Chess and 
Checkers Club; Card Club 



DAVID HOLLIS 

Opus; Echo Photographer 



THEODORE HOPES 

Camera Club; Reading and 
Writing for Fun Club; Co-op 




BRYAN JONES 

Attended for the past thr, 
years, in Curry High School 
North Carolina 



JEAN |ONES 

Senior Travel Club; Hall Guar 
Senior Card and Games Clu 
Echo Business Staff; Mo' 
Club, Secretary and Treasun 
Friendship Club; Volleyball lifc. 
tramurals; Usher Captain; Radic 
Listeners Club; National Hono 
Society; American Legion Essa^ 
Contest; Opus '47, '48, and '4? 



ALLAN JUST 

Intramurals; Honor Study Hal 
Hall Guard; Social Club; Popu- 
lar Science; Camera Club 



Twenty. two 



DENNIS KIEHL 

Hall Guard; Basketball; Student 
Council; Camera Club; Social 
Club; Baseball; Honor Study 
Hall 



>OLLY P. KLISURIC 

Service Chairman; Junior Girl 
Reserves, Secretary; Intramu- 
rals; All-Star Game (2 yearsl ; 
G. A. A.; Echo Staff; Patron 
Concerts 14 years); Gala Nite 
14 years); Big Nite (4 
years); Choir Secretary, '48; 
Radio Listeners Club; Knitting 
Club; Junior Prom Music Com- 
mittee; Y-Teen Club Service 
Chairman, Secretary; G i r I s' 
Leaders Secretary; Senior Card 
Club; Movie Club; Junior Play 
Prompter; Nurses' Assistant; 
Senior Scout; Madrigals; Stu- 
dent Council; French Club 
Treasurer; Opus '47, '49 (As- 
sistant Editor) ; Drama Nite; 
F. T. A., Publicity & Conces- 
sions 



ILEEN MARIE KNIFIC 
Friendship; Wood 
Club 



Workers 



X)ROTHY KOKOS 

Girl Reserves; Friendship Girls; 
Knitting Club, Sec'y-Treasurer ; 
Hall Guard; Girls' Travel Club, 
Sec'y; Guidance Program Com- 
mittee; Concessions Commit- 
tee; Co-op; Intramurals; Book- 
store Clerk; Skits, All-Star 
Game; Student Council; Perma- 
nent Usher 



DBERT KOREN 
Varsity Baseball; Varsity Bas- 
ketball; Freshman Basketball; 
Freshman Baseball; Hall Guard; 
Card Club; Chess & Checkers 
Club 



JORMAN LEWIS 
Camera Club; Co-op 




WILLIAM LONG 

Track; Student Council; Intra- 
murals; Card Club; Honor Study 
Hall; 



RAY LOUSHIN 

National Honor Society; Varsity 
Club, President; Senior Class 
Treasurer; Hall Guard; Student 
Council; Football; Track; Bas- 
ektball; Intramurals; Hi-Y 



JOSEPH JOHN LUZAR 

Gymnastic Club; Travel Club; 
Polka Club; Gala Nite; Intra- 
murals; Big Nite 



PAUL J. MACZUGA 

Athletic Association; Hi-Y; 
Chess & Checkers; Gymnastics 
Club; Intramurals; Hall Guard 



CAROL MALM 

Music Appreciation Club; Knif- 
ing Club; Sewing Club; Junior 
Class Play; Intramurals; Gala 
Nite; Big Nite; Hall Guard; 
Book Store Clerk; Honor Study 
Hall; Christmas Program; Opus 
'49; Friendship Club; Girl Re- 
serves 



ROBERT E. MARVAR 

Honor Study Hall; Junior High 
Track; Airplane Club; Spanish 
Club; Camera Club; Social Club; 
Baseball Varsity; Intramural 
Volleyball; Intramural Basket- 
ball 



Twenty-three 



LUCILLE ANN MASTROSTEFANO 
Girls' Reserve; Intramurals; 
Drama Club; Carnival; Friend- 
ship Club; Choir; Athletic As- 
sociation; Handcraft Club; All- 
Star Skit; Y-Teen Club; Con- 
certs; Usher; Drama Night; 
Polka Club; Badminton Cham- 
pion ( 1 1 th Grade) ; Cheer 
Leader; Hall Guard; Prom Com- 
mittee; Co-op Class; Dean's As- 
sistant; Football Queen's At- 
tendant; Senior Card Club; 
Service Chairman, Y-Teen 

PHYLLIS M. McNEILLY 

Girl Reserves; Sports and Games 
Club; Music Appreciation Club 
Knitting Club; Sewing Club 
Junior Class Play; Intramurals 
Choir; Bookstore Clerk; Christ- 
mas Concerts; Honor Study 
Hall, Student Dir. ; Opus Staff; 
Student Council 




WILLIAM MORGAN 

Band; Orchestra; Choir; Gal; 
Nite; Big Nite; Solo and En- 
semble Contest (1st Place) 
Orchestra Contest (1st Place I 
Pep Band; Concert in Swing 
Intramurals 



NANCY M. NIMMO 

Sr. Band; Orchestra (1st Place 
Solo and Ensemble Contest) ; 
Echo; Music Appreciation Club; 
Knitting Club; Junior Play; Mu- 
sic Editor Opus '49; Friendship 
Club; Big Nite; Gala Nite; Pa- 
trons' Concert; Concert in 
Swing; Junior Band; Drama 
Nite; Marching Band; French 
Club 



GERALD McVEEN 

Returned from the Navy 



WILMA JANE MERSNIK 

Bid Committee for Friendship 
Formal; Friendship Club, Presi- 
dent; Class Treasurer; Girls' 
Reserve; Ushers; Hall Guard; 
Choir; Opus '47; Knitting Club, 
President; Movie Club; Polka 
Club; Card Club; Girls' Lead- 
ers; Junior Class Play; Student 
Council; Prom Committee; 
Honor Study Hall; Nurse's As- 
sistant; Intramurals 



ROSEMARY MIKLUS 

Girl Reserves; Intramurals; Gala 
Night; Big Nite; Choir; Friend- 
ship Club; Polka Club; Usher; 
Girls' Athletic Association; 
Girls' League; Movie Club; Card 
Club; Secretary of Senior Class; 
Senior Class Picture Comm ttee; 
1948 Skit of the Year; AM-Star 
Volleyball Team 



NORMAN R. MISHECK 

Student Council; Hall Guard; 
Gym Leader; Hi-Y; Dancing 
Club; Hi-Y Program Commit- 
tee; Intramurals; Orchestra; 
Tax Stamp Committee; Prom 
Committee; Friendship Formal 
Committee; Volleyball; Busness 
Staff, Echo; Senior Track Let- 
ter 




JERRY NODA 

Hi-Y; Senior Choir; Intramu- 
rals; Gala Nite; Big Nite; Re- 
serve Football; Basketball; 
Travel Club; Dancing Club 



MARY KAY OHNEMUS 

Junior Band; Senior Band; Echo 
Editor; Friendship; Hall Guard; 
Girls' League; Junior Camera 
Club; Knitting Club; Intramu- 
rals; Patrons Concert; Big Nite; 
Gala Nite; Social Club; Senior 
Camera Club 



JOAN V. OLESINSKI 

Friendship Club; Intramurals; 
Choir; Knitting Club; Dancing 
Club; Co-op Class; Big Nite; 
Sports & Games Club 



JOHN O'NEIL 

Opus (4 years) ; Echo (2 yrs. I ; 
Band (2 years) ; Card Club; 
Polka Club; Singing Club; Trav- 
el Club 



Twenty-jour 



STEVE A. PALSA 

Hi-Y; Honor Study Hall; Junior 
Track; Varsity Track; Hall 
Guard; Gym Leader; Athletic 
Association; Junior Recreation; 
Senior Card Club; Stage Crew; 
Gymnastics; Basketball Intra- 
murals; Volleyball Intramurals 



JOHN PETRENCHIK 

Varsity Track; Stage Crew; P. 
A. Club; Card Club; Dancing 
Club; Travel Club 



IM POTTS 
Duet; Trio; Student Council; 
Hi-Y; Boys' Chorus; Choir (4 
years); Madrigals; Baseball; 
Opus; Gala Nite; Big Nite; 
Junior Hi Nite; Boys' Travel; 
Music Appreciation Club; 
Dancing; Intramurals; Basket- 
ball; Hall Guard; Donkey Bas- 
ketball Game 



ELEANOR PRAPROTNIK 

Friendship Club; Ushers; Senior 
Card Club; Polka Club; Girl 
Reserves 



DOLORES E. RADIO 

National Honor Society; Girl 
Reserves, President; Social 
Chairman; Choir; Friendship 
Club; Student Council, Secre- 
tary; Central Committee; Pub- 
licity Committee; Intramurals; 
Gala Nite; Big Nite; 
Patron Concerts; In 
Charge of Honor Study Halls; 
In Charge of Hall Guards; Jun- 
ior Red Cross; Community Chest 
Student Speaker; Knitting Club; 
Junior Class Play; Charity Foot- 
ball Queen; Buckeye Girls' State 
Representative; International 

Relations Sec'y-Treas. ; Ameri- 
can Legion Essay Contest; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America; Girls' 
League, President; Nurses' As- 
sistant; Prom Committee; Opus 
'49 Editor; Echo Staff; Voca- 
tional Guidance Chairman; G. 
A. A.; All-Star Basketball; All- 
Star Volleyball 




EVELYN RANKER 
Friendsihp Club; Girl Reserves; 
Card Club; Social Club; Polka 
Club; Poster for Athletic Boost- 
ers 



ROBERT RATH 

Band; Orchestra; Football; Hall 
Guard; Intramurals; Gala Nite; 
Big Nite; Track 



LAWRENCE EARL REITER 

Camera Club; Arts & Crafts 
Club; Popular Science Club; 
Junior Class Play; Opus '49; 
Drama Nite; Honor Study Hall 



KATHRYN LOUISE ROACH 

Intramurals; All-Star Volleyball 
Team; Junior Girl Reserves; 
Program Chairman; Friendship 
Club; Service Committee; 
Friendship Formal Committee 
13 years I ; Echo '48; Opus '47; 
Senior High Choir; Gala Nite; 
Big Nite; Patrons' Concerts; 
Radio Listeners Club; Music for 
Fun Club; Movie Club; Prom 
Committee; Secretary of the 
Year 1947; C. A, A. Emblem; 
Welcome Board of Girls' 
League; Nurse's Assistant; Sec- 
retary to Mr, Beck; Co-op 
Class; Chapel Choir 



FRANK SAJN 

Varsity Club; Hall Guard, Chief; 
Intramurals; Baseball; Drama 
Nite; Junior Varsity Basketball; 



BARBARA SANDERS 

Friendship Club; Music Appre- 
ciation Club; Sewing Club; Girl 
Reserves; Co-op Class; Knitting 
Club; Sports & Games Club 



Twenty-five 



ARLENE E. SCHNUR 

Girl Reserves; Friendship Club; 
Music Appreciation Club; Sew- 
ing Club; Intramurals; Junior 
Class Play; Candlelight Proces- 
sion; Bookstore Clerk; Honor 
Study Hall; Opus Staff; Senior 
Picture Committee; Friendship 
Formal Bid Committee 



RICHARD SCHULTZ 

Pre-Flight Club; Spanish Club; 
World Affairs Club; Honor 
Study Hall; Library Worker 



WILLIAM F. SCHULTZ 

Hi-Y; Stage Crew; Travel Club; 
Senior Card Club; Junior Rec- 
reation; Honor Study Hall; Hall 
Guard; Camera Club; Intramu- 
rals; Junior High Track 



HUGH SCOTT 

Senior Band; Junior Band; Pep 
Band; Hi-Y Secretary; Audio 
Aids Club; Camera Club; Hob- 
by Show; Intramurals; Gala 
Nite; Big Nite 

JOHN L. SHARPE Jr. 

Senior High Track; Junior High 
Track; Junior High Football; 
Cross Country Team; Intramu- 
rals; Music Appreciation; Cam- 
era Club; Dancing Club; Future 
Teachers of America; Big Nite 
(3 years) ; Gala Nite 13 years) ; 
Christmas Program; Madrigals 
(2 years) ; Male Chorus (2 
years) ; P. A Club; Echo Staff; 
Opus, Sports Editor; Hi-Y Pro- 
gram Chairman; Key Club, 
Charter Member; Hall Guard 
Captain; Junior Kiwanian; Choir 
(4 years) 

ALBERTA SHELLER 

Echo; Opus; Girls' Leaders; 
Friendship Club; Junior 
andSenior Choir; Soph- 
omore Assembly; Big Nite; 
Gala Nite; Junior Class Play 
(Make Up) ; Polka Club; Music 
Appreciation; Girl Reserves; 
Girls' Travel Club; Dancing 
Club; Intramurals; All-Star 
Game; Hall Guard; Honor Study 
Hall; Flag Ceremony; Donkey 
Basketball Game; Hobby Show; 
Candlelight Procession; Co-op; 
Junior Class Secretary; Junior 
Y-Teen 




ALBINA SHELLER 

Hall Guard; Sophomore, Sec'y- 
Treas. ; Choir, Junior & Senior; 
Echo; Opus; Home Room Secre- 
tary; Big Nite; Gala Nite; Jun- 
ior Class Play (MakeUp) ; Polka 
Club; Square Dance Club; Mu- 
sic Appreciation Club; Girls' 
Travel Club, President; Co-op; 
Office Assistant; Girls' Leaders; 
Friendship Club; Junior Y-Teen 
Club; Girl Reserves; All-Star 
Team; Intramurals; Honor 
Study Hall; Flag Ceremony; 
Hobby Show, 1st Place; Danc- 
ing Club; Teachers' Assistant; 
Donkey Basketball Game; First 
Aid Club 

THOMAS B. SKIFF 

Reserve Football; Track, Echo, 
Sports Editor; P. A. Club, Sports 
Announcer; Echo Business Staff 
Chemistry Club; Madrigals 
Boys' Chorus; Chapel Choir 
Choir President; Hall Guard 
Honor Study Hall; Intramurals 
Chess & Checkers Club; Hi-Y 
Camera Club 



EDNA SMITH 

Friendship Club; Intramurals; 
Music Appreciation; Co-op 
Class; Teachers' Assistant 



HELEN ELIZABETH SNIDER 

Card Club; Travel Club, Treas. ; 
Friendship Club; Ushers; Girls' 
League; Junior Class Play; Jun- 
ior Girl Reserves; Lettering 
Club; Choir; Intramurals; Arts 
& Crafts; Co-op Class 



MARY F. SNYDER 



RAYMOND STAMPFEL 

Band; Orchestra; Gala Nite; 
Drama Nite; Big Nite; Intra- 
murals; Student Council; Ath- 
letic Association; National Ath- 
letic Scholarship Soc; Hall 
Guard; Hi-Y 



Twenty-six 



ROBERT EDWARD STAHRE 

P. A. Club, Chief Operator; 
Echo; Opus '49 Business Staff; 
Intramurals; Camera Club; Hi- 
Y; Athletic Association; Stu- 
dent Council; Prom Committee; 
Hobby Show; Carnival Work; 
Junior Kiwanian; Junior Class 
Play 



RAYMOND STONE 

Movie Club Vice President; 
Hi-Y; Varsity Club; J. V. Foot- 
ball; Intramurals; Senior Card 
Club; Junior High Recreation; 
Hall Guard 



MICHAEL TARASCO 

Varsity Club; Varsity Football; 
Varsity Track (2 years) ; Cam- 
era Club; Hall Guard 



FRANK TOMARIC 

Senior Class Vice President; 
Varsity Football; Varsity Club; 
Camera Club; Hi-Y; Preflight 
Club; Intramurals; Stage Crew, 
Captain; Junior Class Play, Pro- 
duction Staff 



LEO TROHA 

Stage Crew Captain; Varsity 
Baseball; Intramurals; Camera 
Club; Senior Card Club; Hall 
Guard; Junior Class Play, Pro- 
duction Staff 



GRETA VERBSKY 

Madrigals Contest; Opus '46; 
Madrigals (1st Place), Chair- 
man; Echo; Camera Club; Movie 
Club; Hall Guard; Formal Dec- 
orating Committee; Friendship 
Club; Big Nite; Gala Nite; 
Choir Concerts; Knitting Club; 
Senior Picture Committee; As- 
sembly Program; Drama Nite 




GENE VOLLMER 

Hi-Y; World Affairs Club; 
Varsity Club; Junior Band; P. A. 
Club; Travel Club; Prom Com- 
mittee; Echo, Business Staff; 
Intramurals; Drama Nite; Jun- 
ior Varsity Football; Varsity 
Football; Hall Guard; Friendsihp 
Formal Committee 



DAN VOLPE 

Athletic Association; Gymnas- 
tics Club; Junior Class Vice 
President; Prom Committee; 
Travel Club; Card Club; Danc- 
ing Club; Intramurals 



DALE WALKER 
Band; Solo & 
test; Pep Band 
Club; Spanish 
Club; Camera 



Ensemble Con- 

Hi-Y; Movie 

Club; Chemistry 

Club, President; 



Intramurals; Baseball; Patron's 
Concert 



BARBARA JANE WESTBROOK 
Junior Girl Reserves; Arts & 
Crafts Club; Camera Club; Sec- 
retary of F. T. A.; Choir Madri- 
gals; Gala Nite; Patrons' Con- 
cert; Big Nite; Drama Nite; In- 
tramurals (4 years) ; Girls' All- 
Star Volleyball Team; Girls' 
Leaders' Club; Social Chairman 
of Friendship Club; Student 
Council Representative; Public 
Relations, Chairman; President 
of French Club; Junior Play 
Cast; Junior Prom Music Com- 
mittee 



JAMES WILLIAMSON 

Varsity Club; Intramurals; P. A 
Club; Opus '49; Card Club; Hi- 
Y; Travel Club; Hall Guard; 
Drama Nite; Debate Teams 



WINIFRED WILLIS 

Friendship Club; Student Coun- 
cal; Senior Card Club; First Aid 
Club; F. T. A. (Secretary) ; All- 
Star Skit; Ushers; Knitting 
Club; Opus Club, '47, '49; In- 
tramurals; Girls' League; Com- 
mittee on Girls' Guidance As- 
semblies; Dean's Assistant; 
Nurse's Assistant; Co-op; Mu- 
sic Appreciation; Carnival Con- 
cession 



Twenty-seven 



JANE WILSON 

Spanish Club; Music Apprecia- 
tion Club; F. T. A.; Knitting 
Club; Movie Club; Y-Teen 
Club; Girl Reserves; Opus '47, 
49, Assistant Senior Editor; 
Bookstore Clerk; Usher; Choir; 
Big Nite; Gala Nite; Senior Card 
Club; Orchestra; Patron's Con- 
certs; Intramurals; Chapel 
Choir 



CARL ZELE 



RICHARD J. CLOUSER 

Junior Varsity Football; Varsity 
Football; Varsity Footb.-ll (2 
years) ; Junior Varsity Basket- 
ball; Hi-Y; Echo Staff; Polka 
Club; Varsity Club; Card Club; 
Choir 




CORNELIA ANN ZIMMERMAN 
Band; Orchestra; Choir; Madri- 
gals; Hall Guard; Intramurals; 
Secretary, Junior Girl Reserves; 
Knitting Club; Radio Listeners; 
Friendship Club; Echo; Gala 
Nite; Teachers' Secretary; Stu- 
dent Council; Dean's Assistant; 
French Club; Girl Reserves; 
Book Store Clerk; Chapel Choir; 
Drama Nite 



BARBARA ZUPANIC 

Junior Card Club; Knitting 
Club; Sewing Club; Girls' 
League; Ushers; Co-op; Teach- 
er's Assistant; Ail-Star Skit; 
One year at Collinwood High 
School 



CAMERA SHY 

MARY PERME 
FRANK REILLY 



'I'wcnty-eight 



WHO'S WHO? 



NAME 


NICK-NAME 


Robert 0. Bailey 


Bob 


ohn J. Bann Jr. 


Johnny 


Dolores Beakel 


Jebby 


Frank Bcsco 


Bosco 


Anna Corinne Brown 


Corky 


Richard Cederlund 


Dick 


D aul W. Chaney 


Chaney 


Richard E. Ccski 


Curly 


eanette Danley 


Sparkle 


Dick DeCenova 


Dee 


Ramon Dreis 


Ray 


Joyd Dunlap 


: Duke 



irvin Albert Emery Jr. Erve 



Carl M. Farona 
^vnthony Ferrato 

Robert Cenzen 



, 



irginia Hansen 
Man D. Harke 
Roland Hazzard 



Walter C. Jaros 

Wilma Johnson 
Walter Kalberer 



Esther Kessler 
Stephanie Kornprobst 



Mooney 
Lester 

Bob 

Jinny 

Al 

Hop 



Wal 



y 



Jughead 
Walt 



Red 
Stef 



PET PEEVE FAVORITE SAYING 

Nagging Women None 

Girls who never give you Good morning 

a definite answer 

Conceited Boys' Yuh Know 

Going to class eight pe- You can say that again! 

riods a day 5 days a week 



Conceited People 
Unfriendly Girls 
Trouble Makers 
Things that mcney 
doesn't buy 
Noisy home rooms 
Broken legs 
Women 

Guys who drive their 
Dad's car and thinks 
it's a "Hot Red." 
Euclid Buses 



La-de-da 

I've got troubles 

None 

Shut up'!" 

Drop Dead! 

I'm hungry! 

None 

You know it! 



Who soars not, 
never falls 
None 
None 



What are you, a wise 



Work 

People who are 

always moaning 

Sitting en the bench 

during basketball season guy? 

Big Wheels Cripe! 

Nagging! None 

Guys who moan about Huh'" 

sports situation at E. C, 

but do not go out for the 

sport and try to do better 

The things the men 

teachers call ties 

Conceited People 

Girls who don't wear sox 

and put on too much 

make-up 

Boys' stag line at dances No Kidding?' 

Classes in the Little 

Theater 



Knock it off!!! 



Tough 

Experience 

teacher 



s the best 



Now, 



m sericus ! 



Robert Ksenich 


Bottles 


None 


Knock it off!! 


Mary Ann Mavsar 


Mar 


Chickens 


None 


Douglas Miller 


Doug 


My locker partner 


Ain't that tender? 


Arthur Morse 


Art 


The Marching Band 


None 


Alan Oesterle 


Al 


Work 


Aw-Haw, San Antone! 


David Payne 


Dave 


People who don't make 
boulevard stops 


That's fo' sho' ! 


Dolores M. Perat 


Polly 


Navy Men!! 


That's for sure! 


Mary Marguerite Pfaff 


Puffie 


Liars, cheats 


Bless his heart! 


Robert Pinkava 


Pinky 


People who can't say, "1 
don't care," in response 
to suggestions 


None 


Jack Richard 


Jack 


Crowded places 


None 


Betty Lou Rohrbach 


Boops 


Bossy People 


None 


Jean A. Saso 


Saso 


Doing dishes, filing 


If at first you don't su 






papers 


ceed, try, try again 


Herman J. Schneider 


Mickey 


The fellows that take 
the automotive course 
and think they are 
mechanics 


None 


Gerald Shelden 


Jer 


Long shirts and pancake 
make-up 


Surely 


Jean Smith 


Jeannie 


Unemotional individual; 
Twenty-nine 


None 



NAME 


NICK-NAME 


George Snider 

Mary Lou Stefanchik 


Bud 

Mary 


James Stewart 
Larry Swaney 
Allene J. Toth 


Simon 

Sweeny 

Shortie 


Richard A. Wellin 


Dick 


Marion Anderson 


Andy 


Anthony W. Arko 


Ace 



Wanda Jane Armour 
Joan Baeckler 
Marie Baitt 
Rocco Baldassarre 
John Bartone 
Patricia S. Beam 
Nancy Carol Beck 

Adrienne R Bennett 



Ruth Bennington 
Peggy Berger 

Joseph Blatni 

Charles Boyd 
Alice Jean Brack 

Albin Bradac 

Frank J. Brodnik 

Andy Bubonic 



John Callahan 
Ralph Campbell 



Eldine Ceasar 

Mary Jean Cherry 
Richard J. Clouser 

Gil Conlon 

Marilyn Courtot 

Beverly Crabtree 
Donald E. Dallas 

James Egensperger 



Wanda 

Joanie 

Mitz 

Rock 

"Juanis' 

Pat 

Becky 

Renee 



Ruthie 

Piggy 

Joe 

Chas 
Al 

Al 

"Hitler" 

"Butts" 



"Callanooch' 
Campbell 



Glenn Allen Carlson Whitey 



Dean 



Cherry 
Dick 

"Gil" 

"Little 
Toot" 
Bev 
Hey, You 

Eggie 



George Edward Evans George 
William E. Ferguson Fergy 



PET PEEVE 

Women 

Girls who make eyes at 

boys who go steady! 

Teachers 

Mr. Keay's molecules 

Narrow-minded and 

selfish people 

People that like to brag 

and tell big stories 

Girls who try to act 

innocent. 

Brunettes 

None 

Nagging People 
Work ! ! ! 
Blondes 
Women 
Rain 

Bobby socks with high 
heels 

Teachers who think that 
their class is the only one 
in which you get home- 
work 
Men 

Narrow-minded people 
and insincere people 
Guys that are slow in get- 
ting dressed to go out 
Late practices 
Getting up in the morn- 
ing 

Jerry Arko and his 
phoney experiences 
Mr. Keay and all his 
molecules 

Girls, you can't trust 
them 

Girls (all of them) 
Girls who wear Boy's 
Pants 

Girls who make it a busi- 
ness of flirting with any 
boy who comes along 
People who sit in the Pie 
Shell their whole lunch 
period. Joke!!! 
Nosey People 
To see high school girls 
smoking 

Girls who wear the 
"New Look" 
Boys who call me 
"Giant" 
Liars 

Anyone who distrusts 
snakes 

Fellas that have a car 
that can go faster than 
mine 

Mr. Blackburn's short 
compositions 
Poor cheering by the stu- 
dents at football games 






FAVORITE SAYING 

None 

Oh, for cryin' out loud 

Get the lead out! 

Can't see it! 

Oh, for Pete's sake! 

I'm Tired! 

That's for sure! 

Let the girls alone, anq 

they will let you alone 

Great Caesar's Ghost! 

Definitely 

"No Jive" 

Come, come, now! 

"Chababor Land" 

Ye Gads! 

Gosh! 

Why do they always 
pick on me? 



Why sure!!! 
Oh Crumb!!!! 

Come on, John, we're g< 

ing to be late. 

None 

Oh for cryin' out loud! 

None 

Wait until I get yoij 

Volpe!!! 

"Hey Reilly, get a ha; 

pass and we'll go up t 

the Pie Shell." 

"Howdy" 

Eight Ball in the side 

pocket. 

Witch!!!! 



None 



Ah, Shoot!!!! 
No, Mr. Holloway, I 
didn't skip! 
Huh! 

'Oley Man! 

Oh Murder!!!! 
Burple!!!! 

Ste-on-it 



"I can't see that' 
None 



Thirty 



ME 


NICK-NAME 


se Marie Fletcher 


Fletch 


th Ann Fletcher 


Fletch 


illiam Cent 


Bill 


incy Cerjevic 


Nan 


;anor C. Cermano 
)rence Dorothy Cole 
in Colinar 


El 

"Flo" 

Johnny 


eodore J. Crubbs 
an Crze 


Teddybear 
joann 


tricia Anne Healey 
>lores 1. Hochevar 
:hard Hochevar 


Pat 

Boots 

Hook 


d Hopes 

illiam C. Hughes 


"hey-you" 
Bill 


;hard Janik 


Dick 


nore Jerabek 
/an Jones 


Jerry 
Longfellow 


jn Jcnes 
Ian Just 


Joan 
Al 



nnis Kiehl 


Denny 


lly P. Klisuric 


Pol 


een Marie Knific 


Kniff 


rothy Kokos 


Dot 


bert Koren 


Speedy 


irman Lewis 


Norm 


illiam Long 


Bill 



Loushin 
John Luzar 
ul J. Maczuga 

rol Malm 
bert E. Marvar 



Handsome 

Luz 

Mac 

Stupid 

Bob 



cille Ann 

Mastrostefano Lucy 
yllis M. McNeilly Phil 

raid McVeen 



PET PEEVE 

A group of girls who 
talk behind your back 
Boys with a boyfriend 
for your sister 
Somebody with a faster 
car than mine. 
Alarm Clocks 

Cats 

Conceited Men 
Going to school on 
Mondays 
Spelling 

Checks and stripes worn 
together 

Conceited people 
Girls who talk too much 
To have Bob Koren score 
more points in a basket- 
ball game than I do 
The Republican Party 
Sophomore girls who get 
two lunch periods (il- 
legally) 
School 



FAVORITE SAYINC 

I don't care 

I don't know 



When we go to 
California - - - - 
Darn it anyway! 
Man 'O' Day! 
None 



Nice day if 
Oh, fish!! 



t don't rain 



Aw, heck ! 

None 

I don't know 



La-de-da 
None 



A couple of 7-A boys 
People not interested in 
flying 
Glasses 

My friends (boys) who 
call my car a pile of junk 
until they want to go 
someplace 

Teachers who give a lot 
of homework 
Bobby sox and Ballerine 
skirts 

Unco-operative and un- 
compromising people 
People who come to the 
bookstore 2 seconds be- 
fore closing time 
Homework 
Girls with blue eyes 
Guys who push cars into 
gas stations with an emp- 
ty tank, pull out a five- 
dollar bill and order a 
quarter's worth 
Girls who talk about you 
after you take them out 
Guys who always loaf 

Teachers who have the 
idea that they know more 
than the students 
Conceited boys, especial- 
ly athletes 

Guys that criticize other 
people, but do not see 
their own faults 

Boys' stag lines at dances 
"The Pie Shell Gang" 
None 

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I had a habit for 1 2 years ; 
going to school ! 
Gosh ! ' 
None 

Die Dead Twice! 
That don't cut no ice 



with me! 

You've got me! 

I never should've come 

Very ixy-axy 

Hew ya be? 



No can do and could be! 

None 

You witch!!! 



can t see i 



t! 



What do you mean, Jelly 

Bean? 

Hi, Smuck! 



Oh, no! 
What is it? 



I'll break your arm! 
Oh no, not you! 
None 



NAME 

Wilma jane Mersnik 
Rose Mary Miklus 
Norman R. Misheck 

William Morgan 

Nancy M. Nimmo 

Jerry Noda 

Mary Kay Ohnemus 



Joan V. Olesinski 
John O'Neil 
Steve A. Palsa 
Mary Perme 
John Petrenchik 
James L. Potts 
Eleanor Praprotnik 

Dolores Radio 



Evelyn Ranker 

Bob Rath 
Frank Reilly 
Lawrence Earl Reiter 



NICK-NAME 

Wilma 
Smiley 
Mish 

Bill 

Nance 

Jer 

Mary Kay 



Joanie 

Cannon Ball 

Farmer 

Mitzi 

Johnny 

Jim 

El 



Dolly 



Curly 

Bob 
Red 
Larry 



Kathryn Louise Roach Kitty 
Frank Sain Shine 



Barbara Sanders Barb 

Arlene E. Schnur Toots 

Richard Schultz Dick 



William F. Schultz Bill 

Hugh Scott Scott 

John L. Sharpe Jack 



Alberta Sheller 


Bert 


Albina Sheller 


Al 


Thomas B. Sk iff 


Skippy 


Edna Smith 


Smitty 


Helen Elizabeth Snider 


Jinx 


Robert Edward Stahre 


Bob 


Raymond Stampfel 


Methiolate 


Ray Stone 


Toe 


Michael Tarasco 


Fingers 


Frank Tomaric 


Tomaric 


Leo Troha 


Lee 


Greta Verbsky 


Gret 


Gene Vollmer 


"Genius" 


Dan Volpe 


Heels 



PET PEEVE FAVORITE SAYINC 

Moody people Oh gee whiz! 

Ballerina shoes and socksBut!! 

Going to work right after You're terrible! 

school 

Getting up early in the What do you say? 

morning to march 

Bow Ties Oh, cut it out! 

Moochers None 

To have things break Speak for yourself, John 

down when you're in a 



hurry and have to have 




them 




California 


Boy, Oh Boy!!! 


None 


You don't say! 


All girls 


Oh nuts! 


None 


None 


Early classes 


None 


None 


None 


Conceited people and 


No kidding? 


phonies 




Conceited football play- 


Oh Crumb!!' 


ers of which E. C. has 




plenty 




Conceited boys and 


Ok, chief! 


snobby girls 




Marching band 


None 


Mr. Price and his musclesNone 


People who only know 


' None 


you when they want 




something 




Two-faced people 


Gop-o-top-O-H 




lop! 


Girls who don't wear 


None 


socks, especially who 




don't wear white socks 




Conceited people 


Oh fish! 


Fish 


Oh Nuts!!! 



People who always see "Oh there's good new 

other people's faults, but today" 

never see their own 

None "Holy Smokey" 

Girls who can't make up "Details" 

their minds 

People that say they will Considering it's you, O.I* 

do something, but never 

seem to have time; also 

people that avoid what 

they fear 



Oh, for goodness sake! 
"I'm - a-no-gonna-say" 
"I disagree" 
them- Oh, golly!! 

California, Here I Come 

Honey 

Oh Shmoo! 

Right!! 

None 

Take Off!! 

People who are always What good are you? 

borrowing things 

People who never argue "On account of because 

about anything 

A couple of boys in Well — I'll be seeing yot 

Junior High 

None You trying to be wise? 

Thirty-two 



My alarm clock 

Rainy weather 

School 

Girls who throw 

selves at boys 

Conceited Guys! 

None 

Termagant women 

A certain person 

All Girls 

None 



NAME 

Dale Walker 
Barbara Westbrook 



NICK-NAME 

Sam 
Babs 



James Williamson, Jr. Jim 
Winifred Willis Winnie 

Jane Wilson Janie 

Carl Zele 
Cornelia Ann 

ZimmermanCorny 



Barbara L. Zupanic 



Barb 



PET PEEVE FAVORITE SAYING 

Women Hallo 

People who eat popcorn Oh Crumb! 
and talk incessantly at 
the movies during an es- 
pecially stirring love 
scene or suspenseful 
murder 
None 

Home-Made Blondes 
Apple polishers 
None 



None 

Oh Nertz!!! 

What's your trouble? 

None 



Girls who are constantly None 

putting on an act 

Men with 5 o'clock You don't say ? 

shadows 



Thirty-three 



SENIOR SNAPS 




Thirty-four 



JANUARY - JUNE PROPHECY # 1949 

JANUARY CLASS PROPHECY 
1949 

We'd like to take you into the year 1959, Laguna Beach, Florida, where the 
multi-millionaire lawyer, Al Harke, is holding a large house-party for his 
many friends. As we stroll down to the beach we find the fabulous Ramon 
Dries lolling there. As he approaches the water's edge and starts to wade 
in, we notice that he is wearing an expensive looking wrist watch. My friend 
calls out to him. He thanks us for the warning, takes off the wrist watch, 
puts it in a small pocket of his swimming trunks and wades off into 
the water. 

Also enjoying the Florida sunshine we see Esther Kessler who is now running 
to be the first woman president of the United States. Her campaign slogan 
is "Ahead with Red." With Esther is her famous photographer and body 
guard, Anthony Ferrato. 

On a near-by pier, fishing, we find Wilma Johnson trying in vain to hook her 
man. 

Just arriving is Dolores Perat, owner of the popular "400 Club," thrilled over 
the success of its grand opening. Given credit for this success was head 
food-taster, Dick DeCenova. Among those present at the opening were Bob 
Ksenich, successful farmer, and Walter Jaros, Bob's private mechanic for his 
tractors. Wally's main job consists of keeping the tractors free from dust. 
As we enter the house we see Pfc. Roland Hazzard and Al Oesterle, Captain 
of the S.S. Washtub, surrounded by a crowd of happy people, telling of the 
"lost weekend" they spent in search of some good rich milk which they 
hadn't had for quite some time. They searched in vain all day Friday, Satur- 
day, and finally on Sunday they came to a large building with the sign 
"Creamatory" posted on the front. In front of the place there were many 
large, expensive looking cars. Thinking at last he had found a place to get 
a good drink of milk, Roland went in. A couple of hours passed and Roland 
didn't return. Finally a large group of people led by James Stewart, owner 
of the establishment, came out and drove away. Presently Roland came out 
all tattered and torn, bruised and shorn. When asked by Al what had hap- 
pened, Roland said, "I walked in, said 'What's cookin'?' and they all jumped 
on me. 

Speeding up to the house in his midget auto racer is Lloyd Dunlap — Oops!! 
missed that curve!!! Rushing to his rescue is none other than the top sur- 
geon of the Kalberer Clinic, Walter Kalberer, and his head nurse, Stephanie 
Kornprobst. While coming to, Lloyd is singing, "All I Want For Christmas 
Is My Two Front Teeth." 

Also arriving is the distinguished David Payne, chairman of the Interstate 
Commerce Commission. He has just appointed Mickey Schneider head me- 
chanic of the White House Garage. 

Proudly telling of her great success is Betty Lou Rohrbach, now private sec- 
retary to Richard Welling, president of the Fix-lt-Yourself Shop. She has 
fulfilled her ambition to travel. She has to walk to work and back every 
day. 

Approaching us is the scholarly Art Morse who is being followed closely by 
the prominent psychiatrist, Jean Smith. She is making careful observation 
of Art's case. He is the only freshman who has been in the class for ten 
years. 

Also present is Allene Toth, the world's greatest success. She has just given 
Larry Swaney $100 to set himself up in business. He is now stiff competi- 
tion for John D. Rockefeller, Jr. 

Next we see Douglas Miller, president of the E. E., who stops to chat with us 
a moment. With him is his private secretary, Mary Lou Stefancik, who en 
tertains him in his spare time by singing such classics as "Marzi Dotes." 
Strolling through the garden is Professor Robert O. Bailey and his brilliant lab 
student, Mary Ann Mavsar. (He is telling her the answers to tomorrow's 
test) . 

The conversation at the present time is about Bob Cenzen and his champion 
athletic teams at Euclid Senior High School. 

Dolores Beakel has just returned from Hollywood where she was starring in 
the picture said to be most likely to win the Academy Award. 

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Jeannette Danley has just arrived with Paul Chaney, her chief instructor, at 
the "Chaney Institute of Art." 

Refreshments are now being served, so we must hurry along into the dining 
room where we see Jean Saso who has recently opened a Beauty Salon on 
Fifth Avenue. Such celebrities as Corinne Brown, Mary Pfaff and Virginia 
Hansen are seen there often. Corinne Brown, "America's Number One 
Home Maker," has written an article on, "How To Be Happy Though Mar- 
ried." Working as Jean's advertising manager, we find Dick Cederlund 
busily handing out handbills on Broadway. 

John Bann, electrical engineer, and Frank Bosco, structural engineer, are tell- 
ing of their work on the new sky scraper to be located on Euclid's Public 
Square. 

The Euclid Clinic is now directed by a competent staff consisting of Dick 
Coski and Ervin Emery. 

As we go out the door we see a large crowd gathering around a very distin- 
guished looking man. Upon investigation we find that it is the one and only 
Carl Farcna, now Secretary of the Navy. 

Once again out in the open we notice, away out in the distance on 
the ccesn, Gerald Shelden paddling away on his home-made canoe, trying to 
get away from it all. 

Last, but not least, is Bob Pinkava whom we have just seen stepping into his 
custcm-built limousne. We hear that he is now a successful manager of 
one of America's outstanding office supply stores. 

June Prophecy — 1949 

A great reunion of the June class of 1949 is about to begin. The year is now 
1959. 

Marion Anderson is the first to arrive in her '59 yellow Mercury convertible. 
She has just completed a tour of Florida. Anthony Arko went along for the 
ride as a traveling salesman, trying to sell a punch board to raffle off the High 
Level Bridge. Bill Long is stiff competition for Marion in his fancy red con- 
vertible. 

Wanda Armour will be entertaining us with her impersonations. 
Joan Baeckler and Barbara Westbrook are late in arriving as they are still in 
search of an ambition. 

Marie Baitt and Edna Smith are next to be welcomed into this happy throng. 
They have come, willing to give their services if needed. They are both grad- 
uate nurses from Nancy Nimmo's School of Nursing. 

Next to join us is the happy-go-lucky John Bartone. Pat Beam has been tell- 
ing of her trip around the world. She doesn't understand why she can't go 
through it instead of around it. Nancy Beck will model the latest styles in 
women's wear on this great occasion, her fashion designers being Eldean 
Ceasar and Mary Cherry. It isn't very practical as it takes two women to 
help carry the dress and one to wear it. 

Adrienne Bennett has brought along as chaperon the elderly Mr. Dale Harper 
whom she is still teaching eight hours a day how to roller skate. Latest re- 
ports say that Ruth Bennington is on her way. She is in her freshman year 
at college Peggy Berger just breezed by. She is chasing Joe Blatnik. It 
seems she heard he was in the money-making business. Chuck Boyd just 
came through the door. He is working on an idea for making his second 
million; he's afraid that he will die a pauper. Alice Brack, Pat Healey, and 
Al Bradac have never gotten over the fact that they graduated from High 
School. They are discussing the fact when Frank Brodnik arrives after hav- 
ing fulfilled his ambition and made a million. He made it in Andy Bubonic's 
Pool Room 

As you probably have noticed by now, our class was and is a very successful 
one. To prove the point is living evidence, John Callahan, who became a 
millionaire over night by becoming a contestant on "Truth or Consequences" 
and telling who Al Capone was. Master of Ceremonies, Ralph Campbell, is 
trying to get his sponsor, Bill Hughes, to let him quit and become a contes- 
tant. He tells us that he saw Allen Carlson driving back and forth on the 
Lakeland Freeway trying to find a place to turn off. Allen is now a preacher; 
we hope he arrives before morning. 

Dick Clouser is coming up the walk and it seems as though he is finally win- 
ning an argument with Angelo Dragonette about whether Marilyn Courtot 
is really the world's champion woman wrestler. 

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Gil Conlon just passed by and it seems as though he may be enjoying himself, 
and so fulfill his ambition. 

Beverly Crabtree has got her man and from the way things look now she is 
not having such an easy time of keeping him. She was seen in Rose Marie 
Fletcher's Pet Shop buying a leash and harness. 

Don Dallas, recently appointed Head of National Parks, is wandering around 
the grounds with a bouquet of Ivy Poison trying to find out what it is. 
George Evans, basketball coach at Harvard is trying to explain to Ruth Ann 
Fletcher why she cannot attend Harvard. Bill Ferguson, new owner of the 
Stork Club, is complaining about paying a nickel for a coke at the pop stand 
Nancy Gerjevic is expected to be here shortly, for as soon as she heard of this 
great reunion she boarded a plane, at Richard Schultz's Air Field, and flew 
back to the USA from India, where she has been retired since the fall of 
'49. 

Eleanor Germano and Florence Gole have just decided life is too tough; they 
wculd rather go back to Mr. Smith and his co-op class and hear some good 
jokes. 

Eileen Knific is private secretary to Cornelia Zimmerman, who is making her 
millions by writing speeches for Allan Just, who is running for the office of 
Chief Engineer at the office of Jerry McVeen, contractor, who is in charge 
of building the new reservoir and filtration plant that is to replace the old 
one located at Chardon Road and St. Clair Avenue. It was recently 
condemned by Ray Loushin, city inspector. 

Jean Jones tells me that she finally found a job. Jean works for Bryan Jones 
in his exclusive Florist Shop located in one of Euclid's "Better Districts" on 
200 Street. She waters the plants faithfully every day. 

Polly Klisuric not only fulfilled her ambition to go to the University of Michi- 
gan, but was recently appointed Dean of Girls. Dr. Robert E. Marvar is Dean 
of Boys. Polly and Bob see quite a bit of Lenore Jerebek lately. She is still 
trying to get that certain person through college. Gene Vollmer is helping 
her a little. 

Dolores Hochevar's ambition certainly proved a fruitful one. She got that 
'34 Ford she wanted in '49. She is now charging the kids in the neighbor 
hood a dime a look. 

Richard Janik is enjoying life these days. His only job is that of teaching 
Ted Grubbs how to play chess. The other day he discovered the horrible 
truth. All these years he has been teaching Ted how to play checkers. 
Carol Malm, elementary teacher in Euclid, says that she saw Paul Maczuga, 
the man with the muscle, in a concession at Euclid Beach last week 
Dolly Radio recently purchased the Cleveland Indians. She has employed 
Lucy Mastrostefano as her private secretary. Lucy's job is to keep track of 
all the times the Indians have won the pennant and the world series. Last 
year made the tenth time since 1949. 

Phyllis McNeilly, a successful business woman, opened a huge department 
store yesterday. News photographers Dave Hollis and Bill Morgan took some 
fine pictures (shown elsewhere) and Frank Reilly, Editor of Reilly's Bazaar, 
wrote the story. In the Jewelry Department Joan Olesinski was showing the 
priceless pearls of Jim Potts to Barbara Zupanic, local woman of fame. Ev- 
elyn Ranker and Rose Miklus are doing super-sleuthing jobs of store detec- 
tives. 

jane Wilson has just returned from her trip around the world. With her 
was Mary Kay Ohnemus. On a pier in New York they saw Wilma Mersnik 
"seeing the world." 

We just received word that Barbara Sanders was chosen "Mrs. America of 
1959," and Jerry Noda, "Mr. America of 1959." 

Leo Troha has succeeded in fulfilling his ambition to work for one of the 
richest men in the world. He runs a Ford Repair Shop, with Carl Zele as 
chief mechanic. 

Steve Palsa and John Petrenchik are successful farmers in Richmond Heights. 
Kathryn Roach has perfected an exterminating compound for Steve and John 
to use to rid their crops of unwanted company. 

Mary Perme is going to dance the "Dance of Death" for us tonight to the 
music of Frank Sajn's accordion. We hope she won't take it too seriously. 
Eleanor Praprotnik has taken over the part of Taloola Fene, home maker, on 
the Milton Berle show. 

Frank Tomaric joined the Air Corps the other day and found Bob Stahre was 
to be his commander. Bob and Frank get along fine. Frank's bigger than 
Bob!! 

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Bill Schultz was seen walking down the Norman Misheck Highway, (it got 
its name from Norman Misheck), by handsome, manly, rich Ray Stone. 
People say Ray has made quite a success of himself. Ray asked Bill where 
he was going and Bill told him he was trying to make the walk of life suc- 
cessfully. 

Arlene Schnur and Albina Sheller are private secretaries to Dale Walker. 
Their only job is that of getting Dale into college. 

Ray Stampfel's ambtion was to get through life before dying. From the way 
things look: so far, so good!! 

In Florida at the famous Cypress Gardens, Lawrence Reiter paints pictures 
of Greta Verbsky, soloist in Hugh Scott's all-girl orchestra. — Naturally Hugh 
and Lawrence are both very happy in their work. 

Ray Loushin and Bob Rath, retired business men at 25, have employed Wini- 
fred Willis to handle financial problems. They advanced jack Sharpe enough 
money to open a dancing studio, so he could teach Mike Tarasco how to 
dance. 

Oh, yes!!! The news just came that Rocco Baldassarre has just been ap- 
pointed Head of the Federal Board of Education. He cannot be with us be- 
cause he has to go to the initiation of jim Egensperger who has recently been 
chosen truant officer for Euclid Senior High School. 

Bill Gent has hired Dorothy Kokos, private secretary, to figure up just how 
much profit he has made by manufacturing doorknobs for gypsies so they 
can open the door and look into the future. 

John Golinar is sitting on a bench under a nearby tree. He hasn't accom- 
plished much since graduation. He is still trying to figure out how Joe Luzar 
graduated from High School. 

Helen Snider is a switchboard operator with Bell Telephone Company. WSRS, 
Cleveland's largest station, has Alberta Sheller and John O'Neil as their only 
good disc jockeys. 

Tom Skiff and Dan Volpe are making their millions by sleeping on beds in 
May Company windows. By the way, the May Company has now changed 
hands and is owned by the fabulous James Williamson. 

Chemistry Professor, Dennis Kiehl, is telling about the time he asked his 
class what they considered the most outstanding contribution chemistry has 
made to the world. His leading student, Robert Koren, first to answer, 
shouted, "Blondes"!! 

A few minutes ago Joan Grze who has worked her way up from the Order 
Department to the presidency of Bryant Heater Division, nervously asked a 
prominent astronomer, Dick Hochevar, whether it was possible for the atom- 
ic bomb to destroy the earth. "Suppose it does," said Dick, "it isn't as though 
the earth were a major planet." 

Ted Hopes rented a car from Mary Frances Snyder to drive to this great re- 
union. When stopped by Chief of Police Norman Lewis for driving back- 
wards, he explained that he was driving the car that way because he had 
rented it on a mileage basis and the speedometer didn't register in reverse. 



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SENIOR SNAPS 




Thirty-nine 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 
OF THE JANUAMY, 1949 

We, the undersigned, being of sound mind, do make, publish, and declare 
this to be our last will and testament. 

Robert Bailey wills to Mr. Jim Calvert another championship basketball team. 
John Bann wills to Hugh Scott the ability to have one and only one girl 
friend. 

Dolores Beakel wills to Mr. Frank Troglia a bottle of "Follow Me" perfume 
so that he can get back his feminine followers from Mr. Apple. 
Frank Bosco wills to Mr. Al Miller a pair of sergeant's stripes so that he can 
have more military authority over his gym classes. 

Corinne Brown wills to Naomi Wickizer a certain fellow that goes to Shore. 
Dick Cederlund wills to Mr. Blackburn a championship golf team in the near 
future. 

Paul Chaney wills his ability to dodge Mr. Fred Vollman's criticism, when he 
is in a vicious mood, to Paul Maczuga. 

Richard Coski wills his abhorrence for English literature and poetry to Mr. 
Harold Blackburn who, after so many years in the English department, ought 
to give the future generation a rest. 

Jeannette Danley wills to Mr. Roy Apple an elephant to help him remember 
things. 

Dick DeCenova wills to Mr. Nick Price a psychology book with which to run 
his printing classes. 

Ray Dries wills to Mr. Richard Keay the ability to keep his boys awake in 
shop science first and second period. 

Lloyd Dunlap wills his address book to his father while Lloyd is in the Navy. 
Ervin Emery wills Harry Fuller his seat in drawing class. 
Carl Farona wills his curly hair to Mr. Burgin for a cold day. 
Anthony Ferrato wills to Dave Hoi I is his ability to live without love. 
Bob Cenzen wills to Mr. Al Miller a telephone to Acacia, so his caddies can 
call him up. 

Virginia Hansen wills to the new seniors the first row in the auditorium with 
Bill Cent and his trumpet blaring in their ears. 

Alan Harke wills his ability to get along with Mr. Harold Blackburn to any- 
one who needs it. 

Roland Hazzard wills to Mr. Clemens Blauch a new comb-and-brush set to 
keep his wonderful crop forever in place. 

Walter Jaros wills a well-written psychology book on temper to "Blue Eyes." 
Wilma Johnson wills to her sister, Susie, the ability to get along with the 
teachers 

Walter Kalberer (no will) 

Esther Kessler wills her ability to drive safely to Dolly Radio. 
Stephanie Kornprobst wills her ability to get along with Mr. Roy Apple to 
Gerry Neff. 

Bob Ksenich wills to Bunny, Mary Lou Olesinski, his ability to pay attention 
and get along with Mr. Clemens Blauch in his government and economics 
classes. 

Mary Ann Mavsar wills to Gene Vollmer her seat in Physics class for apparent 
reasons. 

Douglass Miller wills to Robert Bennett his kindest wishes. 
Arthur Morse wills his chair in band to anyone who thinks that he could 
stand those waving hands of Mr. Dale Harper and the flying splinters from 
his baton. 

Al Oesterle wills his green drapes to Mr. Harold Blackburn. 
David Payne wills his ability to get aling with Mr. Nick Price to Dan Volpe 
and Rocco Baldassarre. 

Dolores Perat wills a new transmission to Marion Anderson for her "Hot 
Rod" so she can make it up Richmond Hill to Cus's. 

Mary Pfaff wills her ability to get along with Mr. Fred Vollman to the auto- 
motives classes. 

Bob Pinkava wills a pass to anyone who is too tight to pay his way into foot- 
ball games. 

Jack Richards wills to Harry Kornprobst his ability to play the clarinet so he 
might someday be promoted to first stand. 

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Betty Lou Rohrbach wills to Mr. Bennett one dozen roses, 
jean Saso wills to Mr. Bob Bennett's next homeroom class a key to 109 so 
they can open the door earlier. 

Mickey Schneider wills to Mr. Morton Burgin one Toni Home Permanent, 
the wave with that natural look. 

Jerry Shelden wills an all-day lollipop to the person who can spell Sheldon 
with an "en." 

jean Smith wills her brother, David, her good grades in school. 
George Snider wills to Mr. Al Miller a lap and a half around the track to loos- 
en up. 

Mary Stefancik wills a pair of track shoes to her brother, Mike, so that he 
can get the girl he wants. 

James Stewart wills to Mr. Bob Bennett one case of Discharge Emblems. 
Larry W. Swaney wills his 21 months in the army, which is to come in the 
near future, to Mr. Al Miller. 

Allene Toth leaves everything that she can't use to anyone who can. 
Richard Welling wills to Mr. Al Miller a P. A. system and a drum so he can 
call instructions and keep time with his military gym classes. 

JUNE CLASS, 1949 

Marion Andersen wills to Mr. Smith "Joe Miller's Joke Book" to amuse fu- 
ture co-op classes. 

Anthony Arko wills his ability to get one car and keep it to Jerry J. Arko. 
Wanda Armour wills all the enjoyment she has gotten out of school to those 
who don't find any enjoyment in school. 

Joan Baeckler wills to Mr. Thompson a few extra good grades for future 
Cecmetry classes. 

Marie Baitt wills to the girls of Euclid Central the ability to keep away from 
Chuck Starman. 

Rocco Baldassarre wills his love of learning to Norton Boston. 
John Bartone wills to Mr. Thompson a half dozen penny rolls and a changer 
so he can keeD his pencil money straight. 

Pat Beam wills the ability to graduate from High School to Mildred Podber- 
ger and Nancy Johnson. 

Nancy Beck wills her natural reddish color hair to all who like it. 
Adrienne Bennett wills to Patsy Healy her ingenious ability to think up ex- 
cuses to go out on certain evenings. 

Ruth Bennington wills locker number 361 to anyone who can keep a lock 
that isn't Mr. Holloway's on it. 

Peggy Berger wills to Mr. Blackburn the ability to train one of his future se- 
niors well enough so that he can write the great American Novel. 
Joe Blatnik wills to Mr. Price a portable First Aid Kit and Handbook. 
Chuck Boyd wills his ability to become a literary genius to Mr. Blackburn. 
Alice Brack wills to Mr. Koth her kindest regards. 

Al Bradac wills to Bob Baitt about six inches in height so he won't be called 
the "Runt." 

Frank Brodnik wills to Mr. Edwards his best wishes. 
Andy Bubonic wills to Mr. Price his best wishes. 

John Callahan wills to his sister, Margaret, his seat in boys' assembly. 
Ralph Campbell wills his spelling and vocabulary ability to Mr. Blackburn. 
Glen Carlscn wills seventh period in the P. A. with Cordon Taylor to any- 
body who will take it. 

Eldine Ceasar wills her ability to be a majorette to anyone who can practice 
every morning on the muddy football field and still be able to march the 
night of the game. 

Mary Cherry wills to all oncoming English students "The Patience of Job." 
Richard Clouser wills the little football ability he has to Angelo Dragonette 
so he will make the varsity next year. 

Gil Conlon wills his bike to anyone who wants to take his life in his hands. 
Marilyn Courtot wills her ability to keep out of trouble to her sister. Kath- 
leen. 

Beverly Crabtree wills to her brother, Jim, the ability to get through school 
and like it. 

Don Dallas wills to Don Moser two garter snakes, a rattle-snake, and two 
years' free use of his home-made zoo. 

James Egensperger wills Mr. Blauch a pair of glasses so that he can see hitch- 
hikers when he is coming to school in the morning. 

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George Evans wills to Mr. Blackburn the energy and power to hit a golf ball 
farther 

Bill Ferguson wills his clarinet ability to Adrienne Bennett, who needs it. 
Rose Mary Fletcher wills to anyone who wants the ability to try and smile at 
that certain time, her ability to do so. 
Ruth Ann Fletcher wills her best regards to Mr. Smith. 
William Cent wills the last word in solid geometry to Mr. Thompson. 
Nancy Cerjevic wills to all the future co-ops all the pretzels in the cafeteria 
fourth period so they won't have to make a last-minute dash. 
Eleanor Germano wills the best of luck to all students of the New Euclid 
High School. 

Florence Gole wills the ability to get along with Mrs. Stewart as she does to 
her sister, Frances. 

John Golinar wills the enjoyment he has gotten out of school to jim Stewart. 
Ted Grubbs wills a year's subscription of Donald Duck to Mr. Blackburn to 
increase his vocabulary. 

Joan Grze wills her pull with Euclid Police Department to anyone who needs 
it. (Her brother is on the Police force) . 
Patricia Healey wills to Doris Patterson her best regards. 

Dolores Hochevar wills her ability to get along with Ronnie MacKay to Esther 
Kubik. 

Richard Hochevar wills his ability to keep awake to future Shop Science stu- 
dents. 

Ted Hopes wills to Mr. Blackburn the Library of Congress. 
Bill Hughes wills to Mr Nick Price many good classes in the future 
Richard Janik wills to Mr. Blackburn a tract of land in the country where he 
can go to rest his mind after teaching his fourth-period class. 
Lenore Jerebek wills to Mr. Roy Apple her lasting regards. 
Bryan Jones wills Lee Clayton the ability to keep away from women. 
Jean Jones wills to Mrs. J. Thomas her best regards. 
Allan Just wills to Mr. Vollman the ability to forget demerits. 
Dennis Kiehl wills to Mr. Blauch his finest compliments. 

Polly Klisuric wills to Joida Turk a ticket to every game that Gene Bearden 
pitches. 

Eileen Knific wills Miss Chiara more Shore High girls. 

Dorothy Kokos wills to all sleepyheads her wonderfully trained bus driver 
who faithfully waits on the corner each morning while she runs down the 
street. 

Robert Koren wills to Jerry Wilse his ability to run the 100-yard dash in ten 
seconds flat. 

Norman Lewis wills best regards to Mr. D. V. Smith. 

Bill Long wills to anyone who wants it his seat in Mr. Blackburn's English 
class because after the grades he gave me, he might give him some good 
ones. 

Ray Loushin wills to "Curley" Thompson many years of happiness. 
Joe Luzar wills Bob Baitt a box seat so he can see what is going on in assem- 
bly. 

Paul Maczuga wills his grades to his freshman sister. 

Carol Malm wills Physics to any girl who thinks she can get through it with- 
out a nervous breakdown. 

Robert Marvar wills to Mr. Blackburn the ability to laugh at a good joke. 
Lucy Mastrostefano wills to all the girls Angelo Dragonette and his baritone 
voice, and to James Wright great success in basketball in the new school. 
Phyllis McNeilly wills to Rita Schmidt the best of good luck. 
Jerry McVeen wills his love of school to Ed Kovachick. 

Wilma Mae Mersnik wills to her cousin, Mary Jane Milavec the ability to 
write a good composition for Mr. Blackburn. 

Rose Mary Miklus wills to Patsy Miklus the ability to get out of bed on time 
to catch the seven-twenty bus. 

Norman Misheck wills to Mr. Blackburn best wishes. 

Bill Morgan wills his ability to keep in step while marching to Jim Jackson. 
Nancy Nimmo wills the ability to play basketball to her brothers, Jimmy and 
Frankie. 

Jerry Noda wills to the teachers of Euclid Central his brother, Don, who is 
starting in the seventh grade. 

Mary Kay Ohnemus wills to all underclassmen all the homework that any 
teacher ever thought to give me. Maybe you can stand it. I couldn't. 

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Joan Olesinski wills her ability to get to school on time to anyone who needs 
it. 

John O'Neil wills to all the guys who need it, his good looks and charm. 
Steve Palsa wills to his sister, Veronica, the ability to get along with all boys 
as I have. 

Mary Perme wills her ability to get absences excused to Jerry Arko. 
John Petrenchik wills to Mr. Koth many good algebra classes. 
Jim Potts wills to his brother, Jack, the ability to argue with teachers and get 
away with it. 

Eleanor Praprotnik wills Diana Pabalis a certain Collinwood star football 
player on the team of '47. 

Dolly Radio wills her vim, vigor, and vitality to Reita Williams who'll need 
it if she intends to keep cheerleading. 

Evelyn Ranker wills to Joan Hutton a soft seat in Home Ec so she won't get 
tired of sitting. 

Bob Rath wills to Jim Stewart the ability to get through school. 
Frank Reilly wills to Edward Ludwig Kovacich the ability to stay awake. 
Lawrence Reiter wills to Mr. Vollman wishes for good luck. 
Kathryn Roach wills good wishes to Jeanette Werwage. 

Frank Sajn wills to anyone the ability to be a football manager for Coach 
Thompson and not get bawled out at least five times a week. 
Barbara Sanders wills to Mr. Keay another model homeroom like his June 
class of 1949. 

Arlene Schnur wills her locker in the chemistry hall to anyone who can stand 
the smell on lab days. 

Dick Schultz wills to Mr. Calvert a quiet gym class. 

William Schultz wills to his brother. Bud, the ability to get through school. 
Hugh Scott wills to John Stricklin his ledger books so he can keep his girls in 
order. 

Jack Sharpe wills good luck to all. 

Alberta Sheller wills her ability to skip school and get caught to anyone who 
doesn't get caught. 

Albina Sheller wills her fun in High School to the Pavlina twins, and to Fan- 
ny Cole her ability to get along with Mr. Keay. 

Tom Skiff wills to Sue Town his ability to get through his senior year. 
Edna Smith wills to Mr. Smith a good class for next year. 
Helen Snider wills to all remaining Euclid Central girls her many abilities. 
Mary Frances Snyder wills the knowledge she has gained while at Euclid 
Central to her sister, Dolores. 

Robert Stahre wills to his sister, Gloria, his bashfulness. 
Ray Stone wills his good looks to all the guys who need it. 
Michael Tarasco wills his good nature to Jerry Arko. 
Frank Tomaric wills to Mr. Price his kindest regards. 

Leo Troha wills all his demerits to Mr. Vollman so he can use them again 
next year. 

Greta Verbsky wills David DeGenova and all his candy bars to the remaining 
girls in Movie Club who get hungry. 

Gene Vollmer wills to Mr. Thompson's future geometry classes a classroom 
with all the seats in the first row so everyone can be at the head of the class. 
Dan Volpe wills to Mr. Keay a ten-pound sledge hammer so he can smash a 
few atoms. 

Dale Walker wills to Mr. Blauch his best wishes. 

Barbara Westbrook wills to Joan Jerebek a little black book to keep track of 
her many boy friends. 

Jim Williamson wills to Mr. Blackburn a complete volume of comic books in 
order that his students may read in peace. 

Winifred Willis wills lots of luck to the kids who will go to the new Euclid 
Senior High School. 

Jane Wilson wills to Mr. Bailey a flashlight to catch all the kids who eat in 
noon movies. 

Carl Zele wills his achievements at Euclid Central to those who are finding 
it tough. 

Cornelia Zimmerman wills to Mr. Graham a self-erasing blackboard. 
Barbara Zupanic wills to her brother, Louie, a pair of boxing gloves for all his 
fights. 



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SENIOR SNAPS 




Forty-four 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




Forty- five 



UNOEMCLASS OFFICERS 



7-B 



9-B 



President 
WANDA ALLISON 

Vice-President 
PECCY DELANEY 

Secretary 
THOMAS STOKES 

Treasurer 
PHYLLIS BREMSER 



President 

KENT SMITH 

Vice-Prsident 

RICHARD HILL 

Secretary 

NANCY YEARY 

Treasurer 

NANCY ZUPANIC 



8-AO B 

Pesident 

JAN JOHNSON 

Vice-President 

BERNICE JOKELA 

Secretary 

NORMAN DELANEY 

Treasurer 

CAROL CUTLER 



9-A 



President 

HENRY KISTHARDT 

Vice-President 

MAE CROWTHER 

Sec.-Treas. 
RENE BEHRENS 



10-A&B 

President 

ROBERT BEHNKE 

Vice-President 

CHARLES LAYS 

Secretary 

MARY JO REPLOCLE 

Treasurer 
MARY JANE HILLER 



11-B 



President 

MARGARET CALLAHAN 

Vice-President 

JOE JAKSE 

Secretary 

SUE SCOTT 

Treasurer 

LAVON YEACER 



11 -A 



President 
GERTRUDE WALZ 

Vice-President 

JUDITH ABBOTT 

Sec.-Treas. 

LOIS KUSAR 



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11 -A CLASS 

First Row — D. Walland, J, Abbott, A. Ciunta, B. Long, Miss Berg, L. Bickley C. Walz, A, 

Martucci. 
Second Row — R. Baitt, V. Shupe. R. Yeary, L. Svarpa, M. Zales. L. Kusar. E. Laird, D. Moser. 
Third Row — B. Willem, R. Hribar, ). Blazek J. Bratel, R. Klun, J. Stricklm, P. Maloney, 




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1 IB CLASS 

First Row — L. Holfelder, C. Karlovic. W. Slade, R. Perry, ). Lausche, W. Hahn, F. Baldassarre, 

D. Morgan, ). Rieder, J. Berlin. 
Second Row — N. Johnson, I. Mollison, S. Steed, L. Hedtky C. Neff, B. Shearer, L. Kling, J, 

Werwage, S. Scott, M. Mumford, B. Ravencraft, N. Kallmann, Mr. Burgin. 
Third Row — R. Scholpp, R. Sari, C. Cribbons, C. Deiner, J. Baumann, ). Stewart, J. Kreble J. 

Jakse, K. Eells, J. Carey, J. Wilse, R. Bubonic, ). Chapman. 



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11 -B CLASS 

First Row — R. Williams, A. Eppick, ). Hester, D. Patterson M. Ciuffre, R. Carafalo, J. Clay- 
ton, A. Wagner, B. Jurcak, J. Harwood. 

Second Row — R. Recher, R. Westbrook, S. Danley, R. MacKennon, J. Paola. T. Rogers, S. 
Szemenyei, A. Frame R. Miller. 

Third Row — A, Dragonette, D. Meyers, D. Heister, D. Loomis, ). Wright, P. Bremser, R. 
Strohm, J. Brennan, R. Cousine, C. Vidic, R. Maurer. 



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1 l-B CLASS 

First Row — M. Podberger, J. Hutton, M. Callahan, D. Levar, Mr. Bailey, M. Keyerbleber, H. 

Cormeia. J. Cronda, L. Yeager, M. Kozar. 
Second Row — E. Creghton, M. Koracin, W. Knapp ). Gallagher, E. Kovacich. J. Coski, J. 

Wright, L. Braund, T. Luzar, T. Srpan, P. Causby, J. Lindsay, C. McCumber 
Third Row— M. D'Arcy, J. Okicki, R. Cross, A. DeBolt, E. Aultman, H. Kapel, R. Kuebler D 

Kalman, C. Kostelic, W. Fielding, E. Potokar. J. Kmkopf. 

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10-A CLASS 

First Row — L. Kemter, J, Ward, P. Luth, D. Boduroff, ). Pavlina, J. Pavlrna, ). Metzger P 

Reilly. 
Second Row — D. Paelchen, D. Razayeskr, J. Pitroski, J. Turk, E. Cesnrk, A. Miller. B. Mar- 

raccini, D. Ogrinc, Miss Vermillion. 
Third Row— P. Reilly. C. Tanger, J. Frazier K. Krause, N. Boston. E. Luongo, B Behnke P 

Vadnal, A. Fenske, C. Busch. 







10-B CLASS 

First Row — J. Pegnoli, D. Broos, S. Town. R. Blinn. Mrs. Clarke, Mr. Dallas K Krause D 

Mahne, M. L. Olesinski, C. Perez, C. Radclift. 
Second Row — C. Shroer J. Sullivan, ). Cimperman, A. Thomas, F. Martincic, E. Yurtz P 

Maher, D. Tarasco, A. Goodman, K. Aolis. 
Third Row — R. Papp, E. Kubic, S. Verbsky, A. Rath. C. Simmons, B. Frecker P Treble C 
c u n SeZ ° n ' M ' Marrett . D - Pabalis, P. Davis, B. Pollack H. Gabriel, H Krause 

Fourth Row— R. Cross, R. McMahan, E. Govitz, L. Mills, E. Hoffert, D. Carney D Mills W 

Bronkall, R. Salvatore. K. McCullough, W. Callo |. Sutherland. S. Kozlow.' 

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tO-B CLASS 

First Row — J. Capretta, ). Brooks, J. San, E. Creighton, M. Richter, E. McCarthy, Miss Sur 

rarrer, C. Crouse, R. Marcombe, M. J. Replogle, P. Rodgers, C. Milosevich E 

Hale, L. Carlson. 
Second Row — J. Hopp, M. Hillier, S. Riley, J. Meglan, E. Beetham, R. Schafer. B. Swaney, [ 

Cole, R. Schelgunov C. )ones, W. Uhl, B. Brumtield, M. Watkins, C. Seleman 
Third Row — H. Sleith, D. Gress, T. Thomas, R. Barnhart, W. Heeter, W. Beifuss, F. Kehn, E 
Wiest, E. Perat, M. Krecic, D. Mahne, R. Sterle, R. Messersmith, C. Lays W. Wheaton,' F 

Rogers. 
Fourth Row — A. DeSimone, K. Redlin, H. Fuller, J. Cuip, H. Stefancik, D. Sater, D. 

R. Strah, S. Perry R. Solon, E. Snyder, ). Maxwell. D. Kuharic. 



Kollar 




First Row — A. Baldassarre, K. Courtot. M. Colinar, C. Luza^. Miss Roberts, Mr. MacKeigan, 
J. Summers, M. Mlachak, ]. Jerabek, F. Cole. C. Laddis, V. Karlovic. 

Second Row — M. Dowd, M. Champa, J. Stinson V. Palsa. ). Ivancic, D. Wagner, M. Suger- 
man, C. Hofmsnn, C. Malm, C. Fink, ). McDermott, M. Jones, D. Snyder. 

Third Row — N. Jesberger, R. Huston, M. Koshock, T. Porter, E. Zogg. A. Kovach, E. Harri- 
son M. Racecic, A. Cross, R. Duzinski, N. Hatter, R. Fabian. 

Fourth Row — W. Selby. L. Clayton, |. D'Arcy, R. Weber, W. Jaro, H. Kornprobst, T. Bech- 
emer, W. Libby, C. Schultz, W. Beck, C. Pfaff, ). Stokes 
10-B CLASS 
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9-A CLASS 

First Row — M. Milosevich. M. Crowther, L. Radio, J. Finke V. Langdon, J. Bosco, B. Beyer, 
C. Cermano, B. Poje. 

Second Row — R. Elliott, J. Bickley, F. Bajzel, B. Skully, A. Murray, N. Eighmy, ), Butler, R. 
Behrens, Mr. Cray. 

Third Row — D. Alston, F. Myers, C. Kelly N. Simmons, H. Kisthardt, M. Predovic, J. Silver- 
man, J. Nimmo, C. McCord, R. Stefancik, W. Schlauch. 



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9-B CLASS 

First Row — K. Wright, R. Waid, L Woodford, C. Coulson, B. Louter, C. Welling, T. O'Donnell, D. Ford J 

Bently, P. Petti, C. Leitch, J. Archbold, G. Taylor, K. Moschell, R. Boshong. 
Second Row — Mr. Graham, S. Johnson, A. Sherrill, R. Schmidt, P. Miller, F. Parziale, D. Kirkandall, R. 

VanGastel, R. Vermillion, H. Hershey, R. Mansperger, J. Bassett, P. Miklus, N. Zupancic, J 

Blanc, A. Aitken, A. Penko, O. Whitson, E. Kalberer, M. Hazzard, D. Klmg, Mr. Miller. 
Third Row — M. Verbsky, A. Huston, F. Ham, A. Williams, J. Penkala, D. DiCenzo, L. Zupanic, L. Omerza, 

W. Myers, S. Baltus, W. Downing, C. Starman, G. Frey, J. Kelley, R. Lapinskas, W. Vigh, Y. 

Lava. 
Fourth Row — R. Hill, J. Jackson, F. Branceley, J. Gottschling, R. Phillips, R. Miller, H. Scholpp, D. Hormell 

J. Schneider, R. Peck, H. Whittlinger, G. Hammill, R. Ferrel, D. Bookwalter, W. Stoddard, J. 

Harris, C. Crawford, R. Gorisek. 

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9-B CLASS 

First Row — Mrs. Weber, P. McNellan, L. Payne, F. Zigman, B. Abbott, F. Delaney D Lumadue Mr Smith 

D. Winter, V, Carney, J. Fisher, J Horansek, S. Bahnt, E. Kramer Mr Troglia 
Second Row — D. Bosanko, J. Bernstein, R. Carson, P. Schmitt, B. Snyder, R. Lindsay W Beldin R Knerr 

R. McCulley, C. Hopes, P. Lynch, M. Murphy, W. Gollwitzer, H. Meyers! J- Morton' R. Akers' 

K. Smith. 
Third Row — K. Shirilla, D. Miller, D. Harwich, G. Stahre, G. Glenn, F. Garafalo, B. L Kirk D Maczuga C 

Vanek, A. Sowden, D. Clayton, G. Hocevar, K. Brodnick, D. DeGenoya, W. Mlach M Geddes 

C Rouse, M. Stone, N. Yeary. 
Fourth Row — C. Kazar, D. Disontis, J. Schaefer, M. Holfelder, N. Seaman, J, King, P. Nagy C. Stapp C 
Pfriem, R. Obed, V. Merrill, J Covert, R. Besemer, E. Williams, S. Dadlo'w S Ryon J Wolfon- 
berg, M. J Milavec. 





8-A CLASS 

First Row — R. Son, M. Mihelich, D. Carroll, N. Wichizer, C. Snyder, A. Kusar, L. Laddis, 

R. M. Valencic, R. Queen. 
Second Row — G. Latour, R. Broz, B. Zales, C. Emerich, Mr. Apple, C. Wagner P. Richards, 

B. Beaudry, R. Egensperger. 
Third Row — P. Arnold. R. Laccheo, S. Kollar, R. Muhic, C. DelCross, R. Lausche, J. Sullivan, 

). Clayton. 
Fourth Row — J. Johnson, ). Starman L. Totura. R. Fifold. F. Perovich, R. Ceist. R. Conrad, 

M. Costello, J. Steed. 

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8-8 CLASS 

First Row — T. Caruso, K. Lasko, E. Moser, T. Walklet, J. Brew, R. Abbott, M. Gordon, Mrs. Stoner, Miss 
Robinson, G. Centini, P. Shrewsbury, N. Hord, J. McDermott, W. Mauser, W. Hall G Koepplma- 
ler. y 

Second Row — A. Balint, V. Connell, M. Goers, S. Beldin, M. Werwage, P. Henderson, P Krome N Eisler 
N. Rice, M. McClure, P. Rady, C. McKenzie, J. Langdon J. Andeen 

Third Row — N. Carlson, J. Burns, R. Couk, P. Carlson, J. Welsh, J. Hanna, R. Cashen, R. Williams J Bent- 
ley, A. Vendeland, A. Braccini, R. Cross, D. Barrett, J. Barnhardt J Bales 

Fourth Row— J. Evans, J. Seleman E. Verh, S. Summerville, D. Delost, C Dynes, S. Corroll M Cooper D 
Glaser, S. Seita, R. Messersmith, J Magoros, G. Weisert, C. Watkins. 





8-B CLASS 

First Row — H. Burnngton, D. Morse, T. Beveridge, A. Saxton, C. Paolo, E. Rose, B. Yancher, C. Skeerer, E. 

Pavlma, M. Hassink, D. Hutton, N. Delaney, D. Smith, R. Rapaszky, J. Marcombe, D. Mans- 

perger. 
Second Row — S. Friedman, D. Renton, P. Kubic, D. Mackay, A. Miller, J. Outten, V. Milosevich R Bencin 

W. Garguilo, E. Eighmy, W. Hagy, W. Hammill, M. Libby, J. Dinwoodie, C. Cutler S Wettrich' 

G. Long. 
Third Row — M. Korta, G. Muhic, M. Bonn, R. Sanders, E. Baldassarre, E. Sutherland, G. Myers P Marett 

S. Sladek, C. Carlson, D. Kotz, F. Elrick, C. Beck, C. Thompson, F. Nimmo F Phillips S Tel- 

isman, M. Fellows, R. Herman, D. Fielding. 
Fourth Row— Mr. Cartwright, L. Margo. J. Farry, A. Tortorici, C. Verbsky, A. Dauer C. Laubler L Crow- 

der, G. Coatsworth, R. Friedel, S. Winters. W. Mullins, J. Kantner, T. Kunkel, B. Corran G. 
c <.u n Schmitz, J. Eells, B. Giuftre, M. Sk.ft, B. Jokela, F. Dixon, Mr. Latter. 

Fifth Row— C Herrick, R. Freck, W. Korta, M, Jerkis, J. Waters, D. Runo, G. Parfitt, C. Gertz, W. Swaney 

W. Petnk, T. Miller, C. Perusek, B. Bartlett, E. Henkel, B. Bartlett, D. Heeter, A. Baker. 

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7-B CLASS 

First Row — M. King, C. Andeen, J. Baldassarre, D. Dennis, J. Bawson, E. Libby, D. Long, M. Cutwright, W 

Richmond, R. Nelson, R. Caulwell, J. Kirkendall, M. Schmalz, M. Heddington, R. Burrmgto'n. 
Second Row — Mr. Bergem, K. Morgan, J. Williams, D. White, 5. Flocke, H. Meir, M. Fisher, R. Bacon, L 

Downing, L. Becht, G. Schuler, C. Weison, E. McCullough, T. Jones, K. Kelly, C. Miller,' G 

Hamilton, Miss Cornelia. 
Third Row — R. Fleming, A. Carlson, J. Mueller, R. Arthur, S. Barish, G. Wheeler, P. Delaney, D. Tewell, C 

Scodlar, W Inman, F. Hurka, V. Tafero, P. Teklinski, J. Bernhardt, M. Phillips, R. McDermo'tt. 
Fourth Row — L Downing, D. Galloway, L. Kline, A. Stegler, L. Yeary, J. Eldred, F. Watson, J. Lewm N 

Hansen, J. Hurless, T. Baker, T. Carroll, R. Anderson. 





7-B CLASS 

First Row — R. McGary, P. McCarthy, L. 01 sen, D. Pecjak, Miss Skoog, K. Cinno, J. Valentine, T. Fouser, 

5. Fleming. 
Second Row — T. McKibbon, M. Callahan, S. Sayre, R. Careny, T. Aveni, M. Smaltz, D. Skranc, J. Kranz, G. 

Champa, D. Morlock, A. DeCapua, 
Third Row — M. Johnson, G. Teschke, R. Florentine, R. Virant, R. Kornblum, S. Bickley, J. Schlauch, D. 

Germano, M. Kusar, M. Papouras, J. Kern- 
Fourth Row — M. Walklet, C Sezon, D. Mills, A. Beers, R. Mailers, D. Hedges, G. Skerritt, A. Dranse, P. 

Bremser, D. King, J, Potts, W. Sharlow. 



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7-B CLASS 

First Row — J. Peck, D. Lyon, P. Lackwood, ). Mounds, R. Ragborg, M. Bubonic B. Snyder, 
Mrs. Stoner, B. Carpenter, A. Tdkancic, J. Dowes, J. Burval, C. Walter, D. Fi- 
folt, M. Jelco. 

Second Row — R. Smith, T. Braccini, R. Cutwright J. Carver, P. Lapinskas, M. Whaley, W. 
Houlb, A. Zayatz, ). Bernackie, B. Wilson, E. Shirby, W. Allison, A, Teterson, 
T. Stokes, A. Walton, A. Apicella. 

Third Row — M. Brenneman, C. Bayer, F. Thompson, D. Kump F. McCord, R. Gale, D. Hus- 
ton, S. Klug, ). Allberv, J. Kellam, C. Hummill, W. Fabian, P. Carr, ). McCee, J. 
Loubler, J. D'Amico C. Stevenson, C. Crause. 

Fourth Row — J. Harwood, A. Blanc, P. Chilcote, D. Harper, T. Campbell. N. Riley, R. Flack, 
R. Bronkall, J. Martin, J. Orcutt, |. McKubbon, W. Weyandt, N. Pennoyer, D. 
Austin C. Dragonette, D. Park, D. Davis. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN SNAPS 




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MUSIC ACTIVITIES 




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MAJORETTES 

With sparkling white uniforms and twirling bato 
seven drum majorettes strutted across the field at ever 1 
ball game this year. Faculty advisor is Dale Harper, ar 
tured acrobat is Gertrude Walz. 

PEP BAND 

No pep assembly would be complete without the Pe 
with the booming drums and blowing horns. 

FRESHMAN CHOIR 

A glance in the auditorium any morning first period 
reveal the Freshman Choir grouped around the granc 
with their director, Mr. Arthur Cartwright. 

MADRIGALS 

Twenty voices were selected from the Senior Choir 
accompanist was Harry Hershey. They have sung at 
services, Tapco, Christmas parties, Contest, Gala Nite c 
to Medina and Strongsville, at Roosevelt School, and a 
High. 

BOYS' CHORUS 

Nothing is more appealing than a group of bays' 
raised i an old familiar tune, and this is especially true 
did Central's Male Chorus, directed and accompanied t 
Beck. 

KORNY KOBBS 

TThe best imitation of the Spike Jones is the Korny 
which play for some of the evening events. 



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EUCLID CENTRAL HIGH 

SCHOOL BAND 

Since 1942 the Euclid Central High School Band has maintained 
its standing as a first-division band in the State Contest. It was selected as 
the Clinic Band for the Music Educators National Convention in 1946. Dur- 
ing the football season the band is always ready with a new routine each 
week. As a concert band they are seen at Gala Night, Big Night, Patrons' 
Concert, and Concert In Swing. The band members have placed a high num- 
ber of winners in the Greater Cleveland Solo and Ensemble Contest. The 
efforts of each member and the director, Mr. Dale Harper, has given Euclid 
Central a band to be proud of. An average of eight-five public appearances 
each year keeps bands members very busy. The band also plays at the five 
Euclid Schools to acquaint the pupils with the different instruments and dif- 
ferent types of music. 



Fifty -nine 




THE CHOIR 



Consisting of 120 voices, the Choir is one of the largest 
and one of the "best." They meet in the Little Theatre first; 
period. They have sung at the Baptist Church, Church of 
Epiphany, Christmas assembly, Gala Nite, Big Nite. They may 
go to the contest in spring. 

They are now doing "Battle Hymn," "Comin' Thru the 
Rye," (two Waring numbers), "Hiking Song," "Calm is the 
Night," "Largo" (Handel's) , "Skip to Ma Lou," "Shew Me Thy 
Way," "Lord of Hosts," "Pilgrim's Chorus, "In the Still of the 
Night,' "Where the Blue of the Sky," and Christmas music in- 
cluding Waring's "Night Before Christmas." 



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EUCLID CENTRAL ORCHESTRA 

The Orchestra under the direction ot Mr. Dale Harper is one of the out- 
standing musical organizations at Euclid Central. Evening programs such as 
Junior and Senior Plays, Commencement, and several others are sssisted by 
this group. Their performance in the Patrons' Concerts is enjoyed by many 
Euclid music lovers. The Orchestra has distinguished itself several times by 
taking first place in the Greater Cleveland Orchestra Contest of the Class A 
Croup. 



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First Row — C. Andeen, P. Workman, A. Dranse, J. Hovancek, M. Heddington, B. Viegh, C. 
Emerich, S. Dadlow, R. Sanders, |, Outten, K, Kelly, D. Fielding, C. Cutler, |. Car- 
rol ). Archbold, C. Meyers. 

Second Row — A. Dauer, R. Nelson, A. Carlson, C. Long, M. Brenneman, D. Morse, T. Kunkle, 
D. Mackay, R. Broz, C. Welling, E. Kalberer, M. Bann, K. Smith, D. Mansperger, 
F. Thompson W, Inman. 

Third Row — Mr. Mitchel, L. Woodford, R. Caulwell, M. Fellows, |. Morton, |. Johnson, L. 
Yeary, R. Egensperger, F. Nimmo. C. Walter, J. Marcombe, D. King, H. Hershey, 
N. Hansen, D. Dennis 

Fourth Row — J. Miller W. White, D. Long, J. Dawson, E. Libby, R. Mansperger, 
Vermillion, K. Wright, C. Cent, R. Kornblum, M. Jelco. 



JUNIOR HIGH BAND 

With an enrollment of thirty-five members, Mr. Albert Mitchel organ- 
ized the Euclid Central Junior High Band in 1942. Since then the band has 
doubled in size. The band gave its firct concert in 1943, and now it gives 
two concerts a year, plays for Junior High Night. Big Night and Junior High 
Assemblies. The band has taken the most first places in the Greater Cleve- 
land Contest in 1947. The members have placed high in the Cleveland Solo 
and Ensemble Contest also. The junior band gives experience to the mem- 
bers that is very valuable as this leads to a place in the Senior Band. 



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SPOHTS 





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FOOTBALL 








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First Row Heft to rightl : B. Hughes, B. Slade, ), Paola, R. Stamphell, R. Stone, B. Baitt ). Vollmer, ). Cuip, H. Kornprobst, N. 

C. Boyd, F. Tomaric, E. Hoffert. 
Second Row (left to right) : F. Sajn, Mgr.; W. Wheaton, Coach D.Thompson, T. Srpan, D. DeCenova, B. Stokes, J. Bratel, B. 

R. Loushin, A. Bradac T. Crubbs, R. Sthrom. ). Wi!se, J, Blazek, B. Blinn, Mgr. 
Third Row (left to right) : A. DeSimone, J. Colinar, K. McCullough, B. Bailey, K. Krause. C. Clauser, F. Baldassarre, R. Baldass; 







SCHEDULE 




Euclid 


Central 





Barberton 


39 


Euclid 


Central 





Niles 


47 


Euclid 


Central 


13 


W. Reserve 


26 


Euclid 


Central 





Brush 


26 


Euclid 


Central 


20 


Bedford 


6 


Euclid 


Central 





Shore 


8 


Euclid 


Central 





Garfield 


32 


Euclid 


Central 





Maple Heights 


20 



In the final football season at Euclid Central, the team was not strong 
in victory, but more important, they were strong in sportsmanship. The 
Euclid Central Lion eleven tackled and ran hard. Coach Thompson ex- 
pressed it in these words: "They were the greenest team I have ever had, but 
they played hard until the final gun sounded." The team's "spark plug" was 
the Captain, Rocco Baldassarre. Thanks to the team for the fine spirit you 
have shown us in our last year at Euclid Central. 



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FOOTBALL SNAPS 





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Front Row — J. Black, C. Boyd A. Bubonic, R. Bailey, R. Koren, R. Hochevar, J. Bann, R, 

Hribar. 
Back Row — J. Colinar, R. Censen, F. Kehn, D. Kiehl, Coach ). Calvert, R. Strohm, R. Clouser, 

D. Mohn, I. Noda. 



BASKETBALL 



When the final season of varsity and reserve basketball came to a close 
in March, what the team lacked in victories, they gained in sportsmanship. 
Coach James Calvert's men won only two games, both from Brush, but 
showed well against the others. Meanwhile the reserve squad fought their 
way through the league, ending in a tie for second place. 

The varsity rode a hard-luck wagon, losing most of their games by very 
few points. A sizeable crowd was present at all home games, and the inter- 
est shown in both the varsity and reserve teams was high. 

Garfield was the victor in the Eastern Conference with a victory streak 
that stretched out over 19 scheduled games. 





BASKETBALL 


SCHEDULE 




Euclid 


Central 


30 


University 


32 


Euclid 


Central 


34 


Brush 


32 


Euclid 


Central 


33 


Bedford 


35 


Euclid 


Central 


19 


Alumni 


37 


Euclid 


Central 


24 


Shore 


28 


Euclid 


Central 


31 


Garfield Heights 


51 


Euclid 


Central 


29 


Maple Heights 


33 


Euclid 


Central 


45 


Brush 


21 


Euclid 


Central 


40 


Bedford 


42 


Euclid 


Central 


33 


Shore 


37 


Euclid 


Central 


33 


Garfield Heights 


62 


Euclid 


Central 


31 


Maple Heights 


3d 


Euclid 


Central 


37 


East Tech 


45 



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ASKETBALL SNAPS 





RESERVE BASKETBALL 

Row (left to right) : Coach ). Calvert, Mgr.; E. Mills, 
lesan, E. Hoffman, C. Vidic, K. Ells, S. Semenizi, B, 
Benkhe, B. Selby, Mgr. 

ind Row (left to right) : F. Khene. ). Wright, E. Hoff 
H. Kornprobst, D. Kollar N. Boston. P. Bessemer, C. 
Potokar, D. Lumus, F. Mahn. 



FRESHMEN BASKETBALL 

First Row (left to right) : L. Woodford, D, DeCenzo, K. S 
mith, D. Hill, F. Clevenger, L. Zupanic, J. Nimmo, F. Nim- 
mo. 

Second Row (left to right) : R. Son, Mgr.; P. Petty, Mgr.; 
R. Queen J. Bernackey, R. Cueist, R. Freck, ). Bernstein, 
M. Bann, Coach J. Bergen. 



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A S E B A L L 




First Row Heft to right) : A. Miller, Mgr. ; D. Worth, B. Bally, S. Haydu, D. Pokornev, E. Clark, B. Petrig, ). Pickman, 

A. Martucci. 
Second Row (left to right) : D. Tanger, Mgr.; Coach A. Miller, F. Sajn T. Srpan, B. Marvar, D. Walker, B. Koren, T. 

Crubbs, D. Lumus, P. Bessemer, L. Braum, F. Baldassarre, Coach J. Calvert, J. Blatnik, Mgr. 



At the beginning of the 1949 baseball season, Coach Al Miller made 
the statement that he was pleased with the spirit and the size of the turnout 
for the team. Thirty boys, among them five lettermen, started working out 
in February, and built up a team. 

The squad trained strenuously, and lived the part of baseball players. 
During the previous season the team lost only four league games, and it was 
expected to break even in the won-lost columns. A rigid schedule was set 
up, and the entire school looked forward to the big games. 

With a capable pitching staff and the protection of a tight infield and 
outfield, the Lions nine hoped to show well against the other teams in the 
league. 





BASEBALL SCHEDULE 




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Euclid Central 1 


Painesville 







15 


Willoughby 


3 







Univer'sy Hts 


5 




2 


Shore 


6 




3 


Brush 


2 




1 


Garfield 


4 




7 


Willoughby 


6 




7 


Garfield Hts. 


1 1 







Shore 


3 




9 


Willoughby 


3 




4 


Bedford 







4 


Bedford 


3 




4 


Alumni 


5 




6 


Brush 


5 




14 


Painesville 


2 



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BASEBALL SNAPS 











BASEBALL 

Let's cheer on for Euclid High, 

Koren, Sajn, Walker and Troha, too, 

Let's cheer on for our school team, 

Boyd, Crubbs. Bubonic and the rest of the crew. 

They're always out there fighting 
And all full of steam. 
They're peppy and they're scrappy, 
They can beat most any team. 

So cheer for our baseball squad 
Always playing with all their heart, 
Let's stand beside them 
And cheer on from the start. 

Polly Klisuric 



Sixty-nine 



TRACK 




First Row (left to right) : T. Skiff, C. Kostellic. A. Carlson, D. Hochevar, B. Long, K. 

McCullough, A. DeSimone, H. Kornprobst, J. Bauman, K. Krause, K. Ells 

]. Cuip, ). Wright, M, Tarasco, R. Campbell, S. Semenize. 
Second Row (left to right) : A. Morse, M. Darcy, ). Wright, N. Mischek, R. Baldassarre, 

B. Liptak B. Kensick, C. Smaltz, R. Hazzard, A. Belpulsi, C. Yeary, ). 

Blakesley, B. Blmn, Mgr. ) 

Third Row I left to right): Coach D. Thompson, F. Reily. R. Sulzer, M. Schnieder, E. 

Emery, B. Benkhe, A. Knz, W. Morgan, T. Becherner, N. Archabold, ]. 

Petrenchik, R. Sthrom, ]. Zupanic B. Mower. 



Opening the 1949 track season with a victory march of 20 consecutive 
dual meets to protect, the Lion squad ran hard to build up the string. The 
boys, under the coaching of Dale Thompson, did well in the Arena meet, in 
which they had been placed back into Class "C" after the re-grouping that 
put them into Class "B" Competition last year. 

Captain and Miler Matt D'Arcy led the "thinly dads" to many of the 
large relay meets, where the runners, jumpers, and weight men put out their 
best. 

The team had five lettermen from the 1948 season, and built a sub- 
stantial team out of the 25 boys who reported in January. 



TRACK SCHEDULE 



A 


-ena Meet 


4th Place 




Mentor 


69 


Euclid Central 


73 


Willoughby 


27 


Euclid Central 


1 14 


Brush 


56 v 2 


Euclid Central 


6iy 2 


Western Res. Acad. 


54 


Euclid Central 


64 


John Adams 


57 


Euclid Central 


63 


Salem Relays 


5th Place 


. 




West Tech Relays 


'Pole 


Vault Team 1st Place 




Rocky River Relays 


3rd Place 






District Meet 


Morgan 


won Pole Vault 






Mower 


3rd in Shot Put 





State Meet: Morgan 1st Place, Pole Vault 12' 7 7 / 8 " 
Conference: 2nd Place 

'Pole Vault Team — Morgan, Blakesley and Schneider 



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GIRLS' SPORTS 




BADMINTON 

In badminton Mary Jo ReplogU 
Pat Healey, and Lois Kling wer 
class champions in the tenth. ele\ 
enth, and twelfth grades respec 
ively. After a playoff series, Lo 
Kling came out victor and schoi 
champion. 



BASKETBALL 

The junior class took most of the honors in 
basketball There was a playoff game at a 
later date between a junior and senior home- 
room to determine the school championship. 



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VOLLEYBALL 

Volleyball was the sport most enjoy 
by the seniors this year. Homerooms 
and 105 had a playoff game to decide t 
championship team 



BASEBALL 

The younger girls were more in- 
terested in baseball than in intra- 
mural games, which were played 
after school A capacity number of 
girls came out for this sport. 



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GIRLS' LEADERS 



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First Row — Nancy Beck, ]anet Pegnole, Dorothy Levar, Joida Turk, Charlotte Mower Christine 
Luzar. 

Second Row — Albina Sheller, Lenore )erabek, Lavon Yeager, Dolly Radio, Ann Thomas, Al- 
berta Sheller, Sue Town. 

Third Row — Peg Reilly, Ruth Recher, Audrey Frame, Wilma Mersnik Lois Hedky, Cerry Neff. 
Lois Kling, Shirley Danley, Polly Klisuric, Mary Cherry. 



This year the junior high girls took a great interest in 
sports. 

In the basketball intramurals Mr. Apple's and Mr. Smith's 
homerooms came out victorious. A hard fought playoff game 
was finally wen by the girls of Mr. Smith's homeroom. 

As the senior high girls, the junior high girls also had a bad- 
minton playoff. Suzie Johnson captured the honors in this 
individual series. 

Volleyball and softball were the other sports enjoyed by 
the girls in seventh, eighth and ninth grades. 

This year the junior high girls have a chance to win letters, 
resembling the senior high C.A.A. emblems. One hundred 
points are required to earn this letter. 

Another new arrangement in the junior high is student 
sport managers. Martha Hazzard takes care of badminton 
while Suzie Johnson manages basketball. Kay Moschell has the 
duty of managing the volleyball games, and softball is under the 
supervision of Doris Kling. 



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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 



RESERVE CHEERLEADERS 



The Cheerleaders this year consist 
of a Varsity, Reserve and Freshman 
Squad. These students have done a 
great job in helping to cheer the 
teams and plan pep rallies for the 
benefit of the teams 





FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS 



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ACTIVITIES 




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NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 

The National Honor Society 
is a nation-wide organization 
honoring those students who 
have received recognition in 
leadership, service, scholar- 
ship, and character. The Eu- 
clid Central chapter is spon- 
sored by Miss Pauline Berg, 
with the aid of President Ray 
Loushin, Vice-President John 
Bartone, and Secretary-Treas- 
urer Jean Jones. 




First Row — D. Radio, J. Bartone, J. Jones, R. Loushin, tvtss Berg. 
Second Row — C. Walz, R. Yeary, ). Bann, R. Bailey, W. Cent, C. Shelden 
W, Kalberer, A. Morse, M. Mavsar. 



HONOR CLUBS 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council, under 
the faculty supervision of Mr. 
Harry Koth, is the student 
governing body of Euclid Cen- 
tral. Mr. Koth, with the as- 
sistance of the officers: Presi- 
dent, John Bartone; Vice-Pres- 
ident, Roger Yeary; Secretary, 
Angel ine Martucci ; and 
Treasurer, Clark Hofmann, has 
done a great piece of work 
conducting Honor Study Halls 
and the Student Court. 



First Row — C. Brodnick, C. Shroer, C. Hofmann, J. Bartone, Mr. Koth, A. 
Martucci, R. Yeary, M. Replogle L Kemter, E. Creighton. 

Second Row — D. Morlock, A. Baker, P. Newbecker B. Bartlett, J. Bern- 
stein, W. Mersnik, W. Setby, S. Kozlow, ). Waid, A. Thomas. 
R. Recher, M. Cherry, F. Sain C. Walz, R. McCulley. 

Third Row — P. Klisunc, M. Hillier, ). Archbold, B. Westbrook, L. Svarpa, 
A. Ferrato, D. Radio, ). Johnson, A. Dragonette, M. Sugerman, 
J. Richard, S. Kornprobst, ). Chapman A. Morse. 

Fourth Row — S. Ryon, M. Koshock, R. DeCenova, ). Baumann, K. Redlin, 
H. Kornprobst, M. Misheck, C. Boyd, W. Kalberer, D. Mills, 
W. Long, J. Wright. 



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GIRLS' LEADERS 

The Girls' Leaders do a 
grand job of conducting gym 
classes. These girls are chosen 
for their athletic ability plus 
character, dependability, lead- 
ership, and sportsmanship. The 
Leaders also have charge of in- 
tramurals under the direction 
of Mrs. Betty Weber. 



: irst Row — M. Cherry, L. Hedtky Mrs. Weber, D. Levar, A. Martucci, |. 

Pegnoli. 
>econd Row — C. Walz, P. Klisunc, A. Thomas, |, Turk, A, Frame, W. 

Mersnik, |. Jerabek, S. Town. 
rhird Row — R. Recher, D. Radio, P. Reilly, C. Neff, L. Klmg, S. Danley, M. 

Keyerleber B. Westbrook, N, Beck. 



Hi-Y 

The Hi-Y, a branch of the 
/.MCA. is sponsored by Mr. 

. The Hi-Y Club 

s open to all boys from grades 
Tine through twelve, who may 
apply for membership by writ- 
ng a letter to the club spon- 
sor, stating their reasons for 
n a n t i n g membership. The 
present officers are: President, 
im Egensperger; Vice-Presi- 
jent, Ted Crubbs; Secretary, 
Hugh Scott; Treasurer, Angelo 
2>ragonette. 




Seated left to right: 



Hugh Scott, Secretary 
Angelo Dragonette, Treasurer 
Jim Egensperger, President 
Ted Crubbs, Vice President 
John Bann, Chaplain 



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FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

The officers of the Friend- 
ship Club are: President, Wil- 
ma Mersnik; Vice-President, 
Nancy Beck; Secretary, Polly 
Klisuric; Treasurer, Lenore 
(erabek; Service Chairmen, 
Lucy Mastrostefano and Mary 
Cherry; Social Chairman, Bar- 
bara Westbrook ; Program 
Chairman, Reita Williams; 
Williams; Chaplain, Lavonne 
Yeager;and Inter-Club Coun- 
selors, Esther Kessler and Rose 
Miklus. 



1 1 & 12 FRIENDSHIP 
First Row — N. Beck, W. Mersnik, P. 
Klisuric, M. Cherry L. Mastro- 
stefano, E. Kessler, L. Jerabek, 

B. Westbrook, R. Williams. 
Second Row — A. Martucci, M. Pfaff, 

C. Walz, M. Courtot, R. Garo- 
falo, J. Reider, A. Sheller, B. 
Jurcak, A. Wagner N. Gerjevic, 
N. Nimmo, H. Snider, J. Abbott, 
C. Brown, J. Saso. 

Third Row — E. Creighton, 
M, Ciuffre, P. Luth, 
F, Cole, D. Kokos, R. 
Crze L. Holfelder, D. 
L. Hedtky, L. Yeager 



J. Hester, 

A. Miller, 

Recher, J. 

Boduroff, 

S. Steed, 



M. M a v s a r, P. Berger, 
Schnur, Miss Vermillion. 

Fourth Row — R. Miller, ). Turk, J. 
Lausche, P. Healey, C. Verbsky, 
R. Fletcher, ). Jones, J. Pitroski 
S. Scott, D. Patterson, W. John- 
son, P. Reilly, B. L. Rohrbach, 
E. Germano, J. Cronda, I. Mol- 
lison. A. Sheller. 

Fifth Row — E. Ceasar, J, Baeckler, M. 
Zales, R. Miklus, B. Shearer, L. 
Kling, R. Bennington, A. Toth. 
A. Bennett, M. Ohnemus, S. 
Danley, C. Neff, D. Radio, |. 
Wilson. A. Frame, M. Mumford. 



TENTH GRADE FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

First Row — F. Cole, B. Hale, D. Raz- 
ayeski C. Shroer, V. Palsa, P. 
Maher, E. Kubic, |. Pavlina, C. 
Crouse, C. Perez, E. McCarthy, 
G. Laddts, E. Creighton, J. Jera- 
bek. 

Second Row — L. Carlson, J. Pegnoli, 
M. L. Olesinski, M. |, Hiller, D. 
Paelchen, S. Town M. Dowd, 
M. Champa, D. Mahne, L. 
Kemter, J. Stinson, J. Pavlina, 
M. J Replogle, D. Broos. 

Third Row — H. Krause, J. McDer- 
mott, D. Ogrmc, C. Busch, F. 
Martincic, M. Watkms, K. 
Krause A. Rath, B. Pollack, S. 
Verbsky, G. Simmons, M. Jones, 
D. Tarasco. 

Fourth Row — C. Malm, R, Marcombe, 
D. Wagner, J. Meglan, E. Ces- 
nik, B. Weist, E. Perat, P. Reil- 
ly, A. Kavoch, P. Trebec, M. 
Marrett B. Frecker, S. Riley. D. 
Pabalis. 




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OPUS STAFF 



BUSINESS STAFF 

>hn O'Neil — Business Manager 

rry Shelden — Ass't Manager 

■an Crze — Sales Manager 

lary Cherry 

Jna Creighton 

va Wagner 

rlene Schnar 

3 Stahre 

ave Hollis — Photographer 

nthony Ferrato — Photographer 



Dolly Radio — Editor-in-Chief 
Polly Klisuric — Ass't Editor 
Walter Kalberer — Senior Editor 
Jane Wilson — Ass't Senior Editor 
Carol Malm — Underclassmen Editor 
Jean Smith — Literary Editor 
lack Sharpe — Sports Editor 
Jim Williamson — Ass't Sports Editor 
Nancy Nimmo — Music Editor 
Adrien Bennette — Ass't Music Editor 
Don Dallas 
jean Jones — Special Features 

Ruth Bennington- 




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Dorothy Levar 
Norene Kallmann 
Kay Krause 
Ruth Marcombe 

Winifred Willis — Type, Prophecy & Will 
Alberta Sheller — Type 
Albina Sheller — Type 
Phyllis McNeilly — Type 
Ruth Ann Fletcher — Type 
Rose Marie Fletcher — Type 
Dot Kokos, Type 
Nancy Cerjevic — Type 
ype 




rst Row — I. Mollison, L. Jerabek, L. Holfelder. R. Carofalo, J. Reider P. 
Trebec, B. Jurcak, A. Sowden, C. Perez. 

;cond Row — Mr. Graham, C. Brown, P. McNellan, P. Lynch, N. Zupancic. 
L. Payne, D. Broos, M. Jones J. Stinson, K. Krause, R. Mar- 
combe, M. Ceddes, ). Abbott, J. Pegnoli, Mr. Apple. 

hird Row — A. Ciunta, N. Johnson, S. Steed, S. Verbsky, C. Verbsky, W. 
Hahn, L. Hedtky, R. Miller, R. Recher A. Frame, M. Giuffre, 
B. Pollack, Y. Lavo, M. Podberger, L. Bickley, G. Neff. 

Jurth Row — S. Town, J. Wolfenberg, B. Shearer, S. Scott, E. Kessler, A. 
Dragonette, I. Bassett, R. Bubonic S. Kornprobst, J. Danley. 
V. Hansen, D. Beakel, B. Westbrook, R. Phillips, M. Suger- 
man, D. Patterson, B. L. Kirk. 

fth Row — T. Skiff, J. Gottschling, J. Callahan, L. Mills, J. Kinkopf, G. 
Vollmer, N. Mischek E. Potokar, J. Schneider, R. Kuebler, R. 
Stahre, M. D'Arcy, T. Luzar, D. Mills, P. Causby, G. Gribbons, 
R. De Genova. 



ECHO 

The Echo, our school paper, 
is sponsored by our two able 
faculty members Mr. Bruce 
Graham and Mr. Roy Apple. 
Editor-in-chief Barbara West- 
brook and her staff have up- 
held the usual high standards 
of the paper. 



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VARSITY OFFICERS 
Rocco Baldassarre, Trefsurer; Frank Reilly, News Reporter; Ray Loushin 
President; Chuck Boyd, First Vice-President; Roland Hazzard, 
Second Vice-President; Ralph Strohm, Secretary. 



VARSITY CLUB 

The Varsity Club has done 
much to promote and raise 
money for athletics in high 
school. The main purpose is 
develop unity, co-operation, 
spirit, and good fellowship 
among the athletes at Euclid 
Central. The members of the 
club are required to belong to 
a senior high varsity squad. 
The club chcse as its officers: 
President, Ray Loushin; Vice- 
President, Chuck Boydand Rol- 
and Hazzard; Secretary, Ralph 
Strohm; Treasurer, Rocco Bal- 
dassarre; Sergeant-at-A r m s, 
Ted Crubbs; News Reporter, 
Frank Reilly. 



ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The Athletic Association 
has charge of the Pep Assem- 
blies and, with the aid of the 
cheerleaders, have done a 
marvelous job. To raise money 
for the purpose of sending the 
track team to Columbus, they 
have boosted the sale of pen- 
nants and such things among 
the students. Ted Crubbs, 
Rocco Baldassarre, and Ruth 
Recher have been chosen to 
guide the association in the 
positions of President, Vice- 
President and Secretary-Treas- 
urer respectively. 



£ #* S.^JP^f 




First Row — R. Elliott, L. Laddis R. Knerry, 
Crubbs, R. Baldassarre. D. Volpe 

Second Row — J. McDermott, R. Miller, L. Yea 
A.fl I T....I, a cu — ,11 r 



Mr. Smith, R. Recher. T. 



Crubbs, R. Baldassarre. D. Volpe. L. Mastrostefano. 



_jry, L. Svarpa, P. Maczuga, A. 
Aitken, ). Turk, A. Sherrill, C. Cutler. 
Third Row — L. Zupanic, W. Beifuss, A. Harke E. Emery, R. Marvar, E. 
Hoffert, C. Hammill. A. Cross, E. Snyder. 



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GIRLS' ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

Membership in the C.A.A. 
is open to all girls from grades 
nine through twelve. Each girl 
strives to acquire 100 points, 
the points being given for 
after-school sports. This club 
endeavors to promote good- 
fellowship, unity and com- 
radeship among the girls. Pres- 
ident, Ceraldine Neff; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. Shirley Danley; 
Social Chairman, Mildred Pod- 
berger, are the able leaders of 
the association. 




First Row — 


Second Row — 


E. Creighton — Basketball 


S. Johnson — ]r. High Basketball 


S. Danley — Secretary 


K. Moschell — Jr. High Volleyball 


G. Neff — President 


M. Podberger — Social Chairman 


M. Kozar — Points 


L. Hedtky — Treasurer 




M. Callahan — Baseball 



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MOVIE CLUB 

Mr. Bailey and members of 
the Movie Club have again 
succeeded in entertaining the 
students by movies shown dur- 
ing the lunch pericds. The of- 
ficers are: President, ] i m 
Egensperger; Vice - President, 
Ray Stone; Secretary-Treasur- 
er, Jean Jones 



First Row — D. Levar, N. Kallman, P. Klisuric, M. Kozar, Mr. Bailey, B. 

Jurcak, R. Williams. C. Walz, V. Shupe. 
Second Row — C. Verbsky, R. Miklus R. Blinn, J. Wilson, R, Sari, W. 

Jaros, J. Jones, N. Beck, W. Armour. 
Third Row — D. Beakel, V. Hansen, R. Stone. C. Boyd, T. Crubbs, R. Stamp- 

fel, K. Eells, J. Egensperger, A. Toth, W. Mersnik. 



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First Row — G. Glenn, M, Holfelder, P. Berger, P. Neubecker, R, Waid, 
Moschell, A. Sowden M. L. Olesinski, L. Carlson. 

Second Row — J. Chapman, R. Papp, G. Taylor, |, Sharpe. ). Paola, 
Okicki, M. Sugerman, V. Menill, D. Moser, A. Carlson. 

Third Row — |. Nimmo, W. Fielding, D. Carney, R. Strohm, W Gent 
Wright, H, Wittlinger, H. Scott, R. Stahre, Mr. Hemlein. 



P. A. CLUB 

The P. A. Club has been a 
big success this year in bring- 
ing us the morning announce- 
ments. This club, plus the rest 
of the student body, has en- 
joyed the use of the new fre- 
quency modulation radio, 
which enables the students to 
receive broadcasts from not 
only station WBOE, but also 
from any Cleveland FM sta- 
tion. This club has as its spon- 
sor Mr. Heinlein, who has the 
assistance of Chief Operator 
Bob Stahre, and Assistant 
Chief Operator Harold Whitt- 
linger. 



GIRLS' LEAGUE 

The Girls' League was or- 
ganized in 1940 for the pur- 
pose of directing girls' activi- 
ties in school. This year they 
have had charge of the girls' 
assemblies and have done a 
grand job in arranging assem- 
blies which have been of in- 
terest to all the girls of the 
school. 




Lenore Jerabek, sec. 



GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS 

Dolly Radio, pies. 



Connie Malm, Vice-pres. 



Bighty.tivo 



SOCIAL CLUBS 




1 . Co-op Class 

2. Stage Crew 

3. Varsity Club 

4. Future Teachers 



5. French Club 

6. Knitting Club 

7. Baton Club 

8. Stamp Club 



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SOCIAL CLUBS 



o « £ 5\ * A © 




1 . Social Dancing 

2 Chemistry Club 

3. Junior Art 

4. Sports & Games 



5. 9th & 10th Grade Card Club 

6. Junior Travel 

7. 7th & 8th Grade Y-Teen 

8. Camera Club 



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SOCIAL CLUBS 







Q r> © ^ O « Q 



<■><*> €) ACV0 




1 . Star Gazers Club 

2. World Affairs 

3. Science Club 

4. All Sports Club 



5. Girl Woodworkers 

6 Sewing Club 

7. Drama Club 

8. Coif 



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SOCIAL CLUBS 




1 . Senior Card Club 

2. 9th Grade Y-Teen 

3. Hi-Y 

4. Flower Club 



5. Tap Dancing Club 

6. Reading & Writing for Fun 

7. Chess & Checkers 

8. Social Club 



Eighty-six 



UNDERCLASSMEN SNAPS 




Eighty-seven 







SENIOM CLASS PLAY ~ 

On the nights of April 29, 30, the Senior Class put on an excellent per- 
formance of "My Cousin From Texas." This hilarious farce took place in 
the heme of Beulah Scott, the Frivolous mother of Sheila, Lucille and Wilbur, 
a mischievous boy of nine. Sheila Scott was about to be married to Preston 
Rogers; she was not very excited about it because she could not erase from 
her mind the memory of Johnny Benton, a young man she'd known for a 
brief two weeks during her summer vacation. It was the day before her 
wedding; the Scotts were expecting a visit from "Cousin Tommy" from 
I exas, whom they had never seen before. When Johnny arrived at ...the 
house, he was mistaken for "Cousin Tommy" and decided to carry on the 
masquerade. He convinced Sheila that she was really in love with him and 
they had to find a way to get her marriage postponed. Their efforts to do 
this provided several riotous scenes; this was calmed moderately by Sheila's 
friend, Doris's common sense. Then Cactus Kelly, a cowboy, made 
his appearance. Johnny believed Cactus was the real "Cousin Tommy" and 
Cactus, for reasons of his own, encouraged this belief; so Johnny passed Cac- 
tus off as his twin brother, "Timmy." Just when he thought everything was 
going smoothly, the real "Cousin Tommy" showed up in the person of Toma- 
sina, a beautiful young girl! Johnny, in desperation, claimed her a relation, 
too, telling the others they are triplets; Tommy, Timmy, and Tomasina! 
Added to the hilarity were the two colored characters, Peaceful, the Scotts' 
maid and Eshew, Johnny's valet. 

CAST 

MY COUSIN FROM TEXAS 

by PETE WILLIAMS 

Special Arrangement with Samuel French 

Character Played by 

Peaceful Wilma Mersnik 

Eshew Don Moser 

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Beulah Dorothy Kokcs 

Sheila Patricia Healey 

; 'Lenore Jerebex 

Doris Winifred Willis 

Johnny William E. Cent 

Preston William E. Ferguson 

Lucille Rosemary Miklus 

Wilbur Dan Volpe 

Tommy Albina M. She!ler 

Alberta M. Sheller 

Cactus Kelly James Potls 

Voice on Radio John Stricklin 

"Saturday evening performcnce, April 30, 1949 

Play dates — Friday evening, April 29, 1 949 

Saturday evening, April 30, 1949 
8:15 P.M. Euclid Central Auditorium 
1520 Chardon Road 
Director — Mr. Robert Bennett 
Secretary to Mr. Bennett — Kathrvn Roach 
Assistant Director — Miss Peggy Berger 
Business Manager — John O'Neil 
Publicity Agent — Evelyn Ranker 
Stage Manager — Allen Carlson 
Tickets — Marie Baitt £-nd Nancy Cerjevic 




SENIOR PLAY BUSINESS STAFF 

First Row — K. Roach, N. Cerjevic, J. Beackler E. Ranker, M. Baitt 
Second Row — A. Carlson, J. O'Neil, B. Morgan 



Eighty-nine 




JANIE 



On November 19-20 the Junior Class presented the three-act comedy "Janie" from the 
movie and Broadway hit of the same name. 

Janie had the advantage of timeliness, being laid in a town near an army camp, telling 
what happened when a cavalcade of exuberant young fellows in uniform met a group of high 
school young ladies whose parents were the worrying type. 

The fun started in the Colburn household when Mrs. Lawrence, a flirtatious Southern 
widow, arrives for a visit with her son, Dick, stationed at the near-by camp. The doting 
mother, who has been continually following her son is side-tracked by a susceptible bachelor 
who is also a guest of the Colburns. 

When Janie and Dick and a few friends got together for a little innocent fun while their 
parents are out, the party got out of hand. The plot is also complicated a little by Janie's 
seven-year old sister, Elsbeth, an amusing child with a flair for making a nuisance of herself. 

CAST 

CHARLES COLBURN Allen DeBolt 

Roger Yeary 

ELSBETH COLBURN Mildred Kozar 

LUCILLE COLBURN Sarah Steed 

RODNEY Jerome Arko 

JOHN VAN BRUNT ]ohn Stricklin 

JANIE COLBURN Joanne Hester 

BERNADINE DODD Marilyn Zales 

PAULA RAINY Margaret Callahan 

SCOOPER NOLAN John Wright 

THELMA LAWRENCE Rhoda Miller 

DICK LAWRENCE James Carey 

TINA Audrey Frame 

ANDY Philip Causby 

FRANK Robert MacKinnon 

OSCAR Robert Bubonic 

HORTENSE BENNINGTON Barbara Shearer 

"DEAD PAN" HACKET William Fielding 

CARL LOOMIS Carl Deiner 

JOE JEROME John Okicki 

MICKEY M ALONE Angelo Dragonette 

Ninety 




UNCLE POODCIE Donald Moser 

SOLDI ER John Coski 

DIRECTOR Mr. Burgin 

MAKE-UP Mrs. Janet Thomas 

STUDENT ASSISTANTS Doris Patterson, Marilyn Mumford, 

Irene Mollison, Bernice Jurcak, Angeline Martucci 

PROPERTIES Jerry Wilse, Denneth Eells, Ray Sari, 

James Stewart, John Bauman, Judy Lindsay Edna Creighton 



Ninety-one 



CALENDAR OF EVENTS 

September 

8 School bells rang in order to say, 

The fall term of "48" begins today. 
10 The Echo opened the first week of school, 

With a dance that pleased everycne, even the fool. 

14 The Y-Teen Club held a Bonfire Rally, 
To urge girls to join, without dilly-dally. 

October 

I The Leaders worked hard and did their best, 

And as a result their dance was a success. 

8 We lost our game to Brush, this week; 

But here's hoping our boys, a victory do seek. 

15 The Homecoming Came was won with much effort; 
While Reita Williams was crowned queen, at the game 
against Bedford. 

19 A special assembly, presented by a Broadway team, 

Was "The Taming of the Shrew" and "Midsummer Night's 
Dream." 

29 All have been waiting for this 'No School' day, 
You see, this is N. E. O. T. A. Day. 

November 

5 The Eighth Graders had fun and did eat hearty; 

For on this day was their annual party. 
5 The Senior A's did things up right; 

They had a great dance, which was on this night. 

9 Gala Night brought out a crowd; 

The acts were great, applause was loud. 
12 The Senior High Dance was really smooth; 

The band was surely in the groove. 
I 9 & 20 The Junior class had a very good play, 

The name was "Janie"; it was really gay. 

23 The Freshmen, as usual, had a grand time, 

At their annual party, which turned out very fine. 

24 The "Concert in Swing" by our first place band, 
Has become a regular feature, it really is grand. 

25 Everyone did eat of turkey and dressing. 
School closed two days; Oh! what a blessing. 

December 

4 The Opus Dance was a grand success; 

The trio was good, everycne did confess. 

16 The Patron's Concert, the first of the year, 
Played good music, which we like to hear. 

18 The Friendship Formal was said by all 

To have been a great success, just like a Ball. 

30 While the alumni, for winning, were shouting with joy, 
To Mr. and Mrs. Koth, was born a darling baby boy. 

January 

i Christmas vacation gave us a rest; 

Now we're back in school to do our best 
6 & 7 The pictures taken came out very well; 

Of course, they are for the Opus; swell! 
I 5 The Snowball Dance was a great success; 

Being sponsored by the Echo, what else can we expect. 
18 The Senior Banquet, all confessed; 

Being held at Rondini's, was a great success. 
21 Senior Day Assembly, a variety show, 

Thrilled all students, we really know. 
li Baccaulaureate Service on Sunday P. M., 

A message to the class, followed by a hymn. 
25 Seniors all, on Commencement Night, 

Marched down the aisle in maroon and white. 
28 The first semester of school came to an end; 

A change of classes, and teachers, and maybe a new friend 

Ninety-two 



February 

10 The Tune Mixers and Howie Lund, 

Entertained the students, so that all had fun. 
12 A night in Heaven was spent by all, 

At the Senior High dance, whether short or tall. 

15 The Second Patron's Concert of the year 
Brought us music pleasing to the ear. 

22 Washington's birthday again is here; 

No school today, all gave a cheer. 
March 

4 & 5 The Basketball Tournament again is here; 

1 I & 12 Let's all go and give our boys a cheer. 

16 The Opus presented to the school with much glee, the 
movie entitled: "You Were Meant For Me." 

18 Junior High Night went off with a bang; 

As we see not all the talent is in the Sr. High gang. 
25 The Senior High Dance was a real success; 

All that were there agreed it was the best. 
29 Big Nite really came out with the best; 

A talented school we have, as you have already guessed 
April 

4-8 Vocational Guidance Week is here again; 

Advice about careers we hope to gain. 
I I Spring is here; we're all in a daze; 

The School Board has given us a week to just laze. 

21 The Band Festival has been here and gone, 
Everyone hopes for another before long. 

22 The Sophomores did at times have fun, 
Especially at their party, frcm which no one did run. 

27 The Y-Teen Party for girls was great; 

This goes to show "who needs a date"? 
29 £> 30 The Seniors produced a very good play 

"My Cousin frcm Texas" really brightened the d-y. 
May 

6 The Third Patron's Concert was heard by all; 

Its praises were shouted from hall to hall. 
21 Everyone had fun it must be agreed; 

For the Prom this year was at Manakiki. 



June 



2 All of our seniors one hundred twelve and four. 

Were pleased with their banquet at the Country Club on 
Lake Shore. 

3 Senior Day was quite the day. 

As everyone had his own sweet way. 
5 Baccalaureate Service was attended by all. 

The message was directed to everyone, whether short or 

tall. 
9 Commencement night is here at last. 

And every Senior wishes he had not passed. 
10 This is the day toward which we all strive; 

The last day of school did finally arrive. 



Niacty thice 



Compliments of 

THE DOAN ELECTRIC CO. 

Established 1915 

Electrical Contractors & Engineers 

CH. 3153 



Compliments of 



R. P. Carbone Construction Co. 



THE JAMES J. McHALE CO. 

PLUMBING - HEATING - VENTILATING 
AIR CONDITIONING 

5915 Bonna Avenue 
CLEVELAND 3, OHIO 

Heating Contractors on the New 
Euclid Senior High School 



Ninety-four 



Compliments of 
FULTON, KRINSKY & DELA MOTTE 

ARCHITECTS 

i 


Compliments of 

REAL HARDWARE CO. 

727 E. 185 St. 
IV. 9634 IV. 1316 


KEnmore 8777 

L & M TOBACCO & CANDY CO. 

"Ohio's Most Modern Jobbing House'' 

Wholesale Jobbers of 

Cigars - Cigarettes - Tobaccos - Confections 

784 East 185th Street 

CLEVELAND 19, OHIO 


Compliments of 

THE GIFT HOUSE 
IV. 4676 


Compliments of 

GRDINA HARDWARE 

22336 Lake Shore 
RE. 0403 


THE BLANK HARDWARE CO. 

17823 Euclid Avenue 
KE. 6798 Cleveland, Ohio 

HARDWARE - PAINTS - PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL 
SUPPLIES - NOVELTIES 



Ninety-five 



Compliments of 


Compliments oj 


THE WHITEWAY STAMPING CO. 


LAKE SHORE FLORIST 


EUCLID, OHIO 


EUCLID, OHIO 


ROSE MARIE DRESS SHOPPE 


Compliments oj 


Women's, Children's and Infants' Wear 


BURR DEPARTMENT STORE 


17825 Euclid Ave. 


Lake Shore Blvd., and E. 222 Street 


KE. 2221 


RE 2286 


City Officials 


Mayor Kenneth J. Sims 


Wm. A. Abbott Glenna H. Clark 


Harry J. Knuth Howard B. Crawford 


Walter Hehr Carl Winkler 


Michael J. Boich Wm. F. Burns 


Ralph V. Hill Hugo H. Lux 


Paul H. Torbet 



Ninety-six 



BEST WISHES 






LUCIEN G. RADIO 




Licensed Real Estate Broker 


from the 






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P. T. A. 


NOTARY PUBLIC 


of 






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EUCLID 


Res.: KEnmore 4591 Euclid 19, Ohio 


CENTRAL 




Good Luck, and Success 


To the Class of '49 


THOMPSON PRODUCTS, INC. 


TAPCO PLANT 



Ninety-seven 



Compliments of 



The National Concrete Fireproofing Co. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



1220 Terminal 



CH. 5150 



Cleveland 13, Ohio 



Best Wishes to the Class of '49 from 



THE OLIVER CORPORATION 




Euclid Ave. and E. 193 Street 



Ninety-eight 



Compliments oj 



The Cleveland Hobbing Machine Co. 



1311 Chardon Road 
Euclid, Ohio 



If commencement means you will enter Business . . . 

CONSIDER the advantages of joining a local business organization with 
world-wide sales and manufacturing connections. 

CONSIDER the advantages of joining a company which offers the opportun- 
ity to learn most any type of work — manufacturing, engineering, mechanical 
servicing, selling, secretarial or clerical. 

CONSIDER the advantages of talking with people in a personnel department 
which is interested in Euclid and Euclid people . . . The Personnel Depart- 
ment of 



ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH CORPORATION 

1200 Babbit Road Euclid, Ohio 



Ninety-nine 



Compliments of 

CLEVELAND TRENCHER 

20100 St. Clair 
EUCLID, OHIO 


Congratulations ^9'ers 

EUCLID FORD CO. 

East 185th and Lake Shore Blvd. 
EUCLID, OHIO 


KEITH WEIGLE MOTORS INC. 

20491 Euclid Avenue 
EUCLID, OHIO 


Compliments of 

PIE SHELL INC. 

1550 Char don Rd. 
EUCLID, OHIO 



One hundred 





Compliments of 


HYDRAULICS 


THE AUSTIN COMPANY 


— the transmission and control of power 
by means of a Fluid in an enclosed sys- 


East 222nd Street 


tem. 


EUCLID, OHIO 


Visit our personnel office for informa- 




tion about the manufacture of HY- 
DRECO Hydraulic Devices, and the op- 
portunity for you in the factory or office. 






HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT CO. 




1100 East 222 St. 
EUCLID, OHIO 


The F. C. Douda Building Co. 

ENGINEERS and BUILDERS 


— Growing with your city 


1408-10 E. 222nd St. 




EUCLID, OHIO 


"TEHTCO" 




The Euclid Heat Treating Co. 




1408 East 222nd St. 




EUCLID, OHIO 


Compliments of 


KEnmore 2896 


CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS 




PAINT MANUFACTURERS 
1150 East 222nd St. 






EUCLID, OHIO 


Compliments of 




LOWERY MARKET 




Euclid Avenue 




EUCLID, OHIO 





One hundrded one 



Congratulations '.'tilers 

EUCLID ROAD MACHINERY COMPANY 

1361 N. Chardon Rd. 

22800 St. Clair Ave. 


Compliments of 

THE CHANDLER PRODUCTS CORP. 

1491 Chardon Road 

EUCLID, OHIO 


AJAX MANUFACTURING CO. 

1441 Chardon Road 
EUCLID, OHIO 


Compliments of 

EUCLID CRANE AND HOIST 

1365 Chardon Road 
EUCLID, OHIO 



0>ie hundred two 



Compliments of 

DILLE ROAD LUMBER 

1420 Dille Road 
EUCLID, OHIO 

KE. 2592 KE. 0593 


Compliments of 

AUSTIN CLEANERS 

Jerry Hoina Dave Stein 
IV. 2589 


Compliments of 
BELLE BEAUTY SALON 

21059 Euclid Avenue 
KEnmore 4410 


Congratulations to 
The Graduating Class of 1949 

KRAUSS GARAGE 

1570 Dille Rd. 
EUCLID, OHIO 



One hundred three 



Compliments of 

HEALEY'S SOHIO SERVICE 

Lakeland and Babbitt 
EUCLID, OHIO 


Compliments of 

RED'S HI-SPEED 

905 E. 185 St. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

IV. 9614 


Compliments of 

THE LAKE SHORE MACHINE CO 

1340 E. 222 St. 

EUCLID, OHIO 

K.E. 1716 


Compliments of 

IVAN FOOD MARKET 
821 E. 222 St. 
EUCLID, OHIO 

RE. 6060 


Best Wishes of 

THE GEOMETRIC STAMPING CO 

1111 East 200 St. 


Compliments o] 

FLICKINGER INC. 

939 E. 222 St. 
EUCLID, OHIO 

RE. 7100 



One hundred four 



Best Wishes to the Class of '49 

LAKELAND TAVERN 

23931 Lakeland Blvd. 
RE 9894 


Compliments oj 
GIBSON REALTY 

22091 Euclid Avenue 
KE. 3530 


Compliments of 

WEAN EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 
22800 Lakeland Blvd. 


Compliments of 

ST. CLAIR COAL & SUPPLY CO. 
20300 St. Clair 


Good Luck to the Class of '49 

KNUTH'S GREENHOUSES 

21601 Euclid Ave. 
KE 1449 


Compliments of 

THE BEACHLAND REALTY CO. 

767 E.185th St. 
IVanhoe 2950 


Best Wishes to the Class of '49 

DE VANNA REALTY 

535 E. 185th St. 

KE 2227 KE. 6523 


Compliments of 

FEN MACHINE CO. 

1350 Babbitt Road 
EUCLID, OHIO 



One hundred five 





KOEPPLINGER'S 




Famous Heattli Bread 


SHOREMOTOR'S INC. 
HUDSON DEALERS 


19400 Nottingham Rd. Cleveland, Ohio 




The Modern design for '49 


WATKINS FURNITURE STORE 


22480 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE. 0373 


22015 Lakeshore Blvd. 






LAKELAND ICE CREAM CO. 


BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS 


23421 Lakeland 




WHOLESALE mid RETAIL 


General Repair on all Makes 


RE. 9861 






Front end lined by Bean Machine 


Compliments from 




FRANK'S LAKELAND 




BARBER SHOP 




23651 Lakeland 


WAYSIDE SUPER MARKET 




17817 Euclid Ave. 


MILLER - STONE 


KE. 2940 




We aim to please 


"Euclid's Oldest Jewelers" 




22570 Lake Shore Blvd.— Just East of Shore Theatre 
REdwood 0155 




Compliments of 


For the Gifts You'll Give With Pride 


SHORE RADIO CAB CO. 


Let Miller-Stone Be Your Guide 


KNIFIC REALTY 




820 E. 185 St. 


Compliments of 


IV. 7540 Cleveland, Ohio 


THE CLEVELAND WIRE WORKS 
of 


Compliments of 


GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 


ABBOT REFRIGERATION 


1331 Char don Road 


23811 Lakeland Blvd. 




Authorized G. E. Commercial Refrigeration 


EUCLID, OHIO 


and Air Conditioning 





One hundred tix 



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